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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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English

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Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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

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LONDON, April 27 Lit, _Accuse France
Of Violating |

7PHE London Dock Labour Board to-night warned 14,422
+ official strikers that unless they return to work on :
oe they will be dismissed from working at the docks.

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Mi The Board’s decision, taken at a meeting this afternoon, was Constitution
mderstood to have the Labour Government’s approval.

‘_ Paes - - Meanwhile leaders of the nine | PARIS, April 27 |
; ° day old unofficial London Dock | The National Assembly to-day
Edinburg. +i were “lobbying” members | begun a debate requested by. the
; of Parliament today, as neatly | Communists on the recent clashes
i - 1,500 airmen and naval ratings | between demonstrators and police
eleomes are the 3,500 servicemen hat Brest and Quimper in which

: t Nag moving perishable car- jone demonstrator was killed and
- F . eS . Wi }two Communist Deputies arrest-

fe WL Team _The unofficial Port Workers’ ed. Jacques Duclos. Chairman of
e ‘ een oe the 14,500 the Communist Parliamentary |

; en on strike, decided to send a Group, to-day accustd the Gov-

LONDON, April 27. deputation to the House of Comé ernment of violating the conatl=

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Party To Be Outlawed

CANBERRA, April 27.

AUSTRALIA’S Conservative Prime Minister,

Robert Menzies, to-day opened his promised
offensive against Communism with a Bill to outlaw
and dispossess the Communist Party, and ban
known Communists from Government and key
Trade Union jobs. To an excited and hushed Par-
liament, he named 53 leading Communists—be
tween them controlling most of Australia’s key
industrial unions—who would be barred from their
posts under threat of five years in gaol.

Britain Sells |‘:
£1,700.000

of the
promise

Conserva-
of five

fulfilment
election

months ago, Mr. Menzies cracked

down hard on every kind of Com-

munist activity in the country.
The

preamble to his Bill, ex-




























mons today to “acquaint member$ , i
‘Bn ( : acquaint 1 tution in pe ting the dete ' ; ,
of the M.C.C., who is in Malta] with the full facts”, of “M ae Lainbont an : " Alain ms] ON es vail . “of “te nk deoteiiods
Y ; Mar F i Alain t »SS > law, s
int the following message to} With the delegation went thé es 7 In Shares meet den hee ;
: Signor Cc x Communists as disloyal elements
Goddard, West Indies Cricket} three men whose expulsi : 7 . . . . ; abr ; ,
” h . pulsion from The Brest Court, after charg- directed from abroad, who were
ain : the Transport Workers Union for ing the Deputies with organising LONDON, April 27 trying to create chaos to prepare
-“{ would like to welcome | their part in last summer's dock ee ee ore ~~ Sir Stafford Cripps to-night] for revolut ye a tar
te to this see agai Be ei ner's D riots, last week released them : yo x Ba\ {for rey ion. In his four and
and your team strike caused the strike rhe provisionally id asked for tl Contam ec ie | British sale of} one half hours indictment of Com-
ry. I wish you all suc- strikers say “no return to work Receiver ss at yrs o or = } £1,700,000 worth of shares in al, isn Mr. Menzies told fhe
and good cricket during until the Union agrees to a ballot Rois ee at Scie e ca } company hich partly, controls |jam-packed House of Represen-
coming season. on reinstatement of the “discip- ; eae eee Union Minicr, the Great Belgian | }4¢;, that a iat Tes artis
3 i ; liscip Mme I bert ye ~ tha tive iat only people living i:
‘ message was read at a din-| lined men” | ie} ‘ on ari, Seats | Congo prodacer of copper of ura- | “cloud-cuckoo land™ ould in
-given at the Press Club, Lon-| The Air Ministry, which will| : coin Pint pies a eee 8) nium, the, Benguela Railway, | joing at espionage disclosure
% to-night by the Cricket| send 1,000 more men into the port ‘Re a Seah gedagw sy linking the.mine,to the ’sea llike those of the Fuchs trial it
; to the tourists. tomorrow, plans to have 6 jac wansterread her by force, In,-a sParliamentary’\reply, «the | Britain. and: the earlier Cs ae
- 7 : } ave 6,000 Hie eid eee, Svein enk ; 5 Ary . | Bri ind: the earlier Canadian
all, the young Bar-| airmen working there by next = ; ght aress, from one jail Chancellor, of the Exchequer said | « ould not. happen here.
s batsman, was not at the} Tuesday if the strike continues Bnos er. She had\ been charged | the.‘Treasury,: had -authorised the BRD e.an‘act of crimina
. He has been taken to Servicemen were today loading with ising violence galnst Bank ’af ‘England |. to’ ‘accept «ar lly” te ave rev itionary Con
as a measles contact. the President Peron with motor Brest building contractor nd | offer’ by Jan °Anglo-Belgian’ group | munist key positions in vi
shared a room with Ken} trucks and general cargo for the | | forcing her way int is houst | buy British’.Government i hat,. with all thei
frail, the Trinidad player, who} Argentine. Bighty-one hips: are | | —Reuter.’ {| holding 1,667,061 yika | ne numbet '
ntly recovered from his illness. | still idle. â„¢ | } Spenenrnenapiaina Attire j concession share price of }20 hievi ructive sults
Reuter, —Reuter r é'-* r.1, million;shares and | five \ oulk i
+. eae j » Ae? \ s i s for the’ba l hone \ ai
. | . Television This alee te Britehe easy
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i pl rices t.whiel it > > *
table B a | ray ; | Munds. Preserved
Stable OY | Leopold Decision | Talks Begin, ieee meee Beh:
Wrencl , ’ ‘ ‘ Phe I f the Australi
vin $12 A80 | “ARCH OF BAT © RalgcBe ata ( Party, ‘Mz Dixo
IA TS" —Scene wn wedding of popular International cricketer E AX k 1 yt
ms 9 Due Today Williains and Miss Muriel Quar less, at St. Miechael’s Cathedral yesterday Story on Page DY. Ex LONDON spr 4 2 * e nt od a sh » io 4 i will
* : a 4 expert om 6 countries . \ t oup,. so_as to arty unt wil
. c s* BRUSSELS. April 27 | idin Uruguay et Lor nterest t t apital in’ the horou yreserved, despit
ght Ticket On Birthday| , o S, April 27. | . ; ; | aewelen . ect facta ti
ms 3elgium’s Liberals holding the & 2 IC; J ss B ane -day scilitate ..exohat evelo fricanterritorie ny ( ite’them’. Thx
ake i key to the six-week-old Cabinet | pecia asings Z ! O VES elevision programm«e } | ou ny Ee : ik yy 2 continue to waar
(Pi n Correspondent) crisis will decide to-morrow | =~ | were delegates of the Inter: | teuter : ewspaper, wheth
PORT-of-SPAIN, April 27 | = ‘ | » - , a t ti-}
’ whether to accept exiled King | ’ 4 9 Vy yy al I o Consultative ' | f
= oS Oe Leopold’s own com@romiae thn to | - or e om S £ COREE | ho hav ‘ ome to Brita ! Chur ehill P { { c
nado, southern] end the five year-olA “Roval Probe | eek spt t : nan aal } 4 \ rOLeSts bn Communist Trad
of Trinidad, 40 miles from| Jem.” e To P rile. Be ena ane aetl nent today came ‘fron
; em. 0 Penetrate Earth | . | Erik Esping of Sweden; ( man's ee Nety Ce Te ey COME ara
Lily, oo = en About 1,300 Liberal Party mem- | WASHINGTON, April 27 | Recognises State of Israel | f the elevision tud rou hI reight Increase is: : Ke Wales Union loader
ma nion [bers will meet in a General As-| The United States deve g | deseribe levisic ‘ r ; cenny,Who » said ; the
K at the Easter meeting. His sembly. They will also decide |a variety of seaial Bie dey th : ; re \ rai Fr lady! ; INDO pril y Stance Mi Menzies’ ‘proposed
drew 18274, drew “Bright| whether to accept Catholic Pre-|in which the country’s new and| B ; _ LONDON, April 27 s coniitias wank no Wisi, ae | Dab On Communist oMiéialslim key
) whith entitles him to|mier Designate Paul Van Zeeland|more powerful atom explosives ’ on Meresy recognised King Abdullah’s decree | hin Sahel ere «“in. somye:||\ORROsiti “aders protested'vigor='|'; aap ae = Austra
re h h i = Prime Minister of a new,could be used against any type of ere aoe ol his Jordan Kingdom by annexing aj doubt” yout the kind tele=| OUSLY, it e” House of Commons he 1A’g nst .
Who bought the ticket} Catholic-Liberal Coalition. Re-j|enemy target, qualified observers large area of Palestine held by the Avab Legion since the| vision lady they shoul * | to-day iinst ‘a{Government’ de- : wT he eel told} gent Prince Charles was due to|said to-duy, War with Israel : ars, and it was portar t that they’|“ision: tor “sanetion an‘ W:....4.haye, been. going} confer. with M, Van.Zeeland to-| With such specialised containers $j , ‘tod : ; ll he wod tn thn oc hequivalent to £27000 bs riiaie ey i-inr BRN amg key
: Ae s spec s ) rs, ‘ tn. te shi a 2 . ae i alent to £2:75000/000 ‘in: rail
ehorses ever since I} day, but postponed the meeting. | they saidth® atom bomb vould be J Ta center ne Britain pave finah blessing * the YOUN Rind of oe ha said ae aS) waypotreight™ « harges Vietlred| Declare ; the, ‘Communist
y, and at last I have got —Keuter. | used against particular of difficult Jewish § tate of Israél by raising her reeognition from the Sir Archibald Gill. Enginee=- |-2amnesTransport:-Minister, had} Party ‘unlawful, .and confiscate
eet, * it. b am — - targets such as underground forti- year-old de faeto to full de jure approval, lin-Chief to the British Po: Of {announced this” inerease. to help'| any)of its’ funds Which exceeded
; F does not plan fications and factories. They be- r + tld , F = | meet? railway Which ‘uld., liabilities The’. Parts ila
¥ ‘ . 2 elec eved Defence Secretary Louis | ? in making these decisions,| ,, Sottnin. fC { olnerwise, amou about £100,--} have no right of appeal
(By Cable) .— | Johnson dropped a significant hint roa in the House of Com- ae a tala srt Tete to Dave: & B00; 000 he middle of 1952 Give the Government the
~ . i ; E ‘i dy mons, Britain laid de orts nillion television licence olde Mr.“Ct ill press { ht : iietead | ghee
4 » ‘ |in his half yearly report when he | ‘ ia Gown important ‘ Mu pressed for an ear- 1 o declare vful, and
: From Germany his half year), : ; woe nia BY the intddin We Ment rwtul, ae
, |said: “Atomic weapons are no Sports Win do conditions. She reserves her views £ ieba ndicated ‘that lilarly seize, funds of an}
L MAY 12 E t d W ‘th t Pp t | longer a small number of bombs of ta oe ee ae frontiers of | —Reuter Oppositi . aos (ex eines] ffected roups ‘except reste
ntere ithou ermt |a Single type and size to be used SPARTAN ec j*Srael and her Arab neighbours | ered’ Trade Unions, if they
| : a ‘ SPARTAN will meet Y.M.P.¢ 4 ; t uons, if t
, LA anal |) strategically on a carefully guard- afternoon at Quéen’s re j until they reach final peace settle- TI . V ye ~~ ’ Reuter. ommunist-controlled and «
Our Own Correspondent) Bs FRANKFURT April 2% , ed target.” Second Divisio foot: {| ments x ree \ ill Die I or dered dangerou Australi
LONDON, April 27, The United States High Corm-] Neither the Defence Department te | And her recognition of Jordan’s is . : efence and constitution
ay. 12 is the date seing men-| mission to-day ordered the the Atomic Energy Commis- The third division matches wil annexation of Eastern Palestine Killing Shee ) Russia Walks Out Again uld appeal against
2 in well informed circles inj mediate expulsion from Germars on would expand Mr. Johnson's ad Can SE PMR | Carried ho decision about the a | LAKI { ES " | claration to the Higt ‘ourt
ay to-day for sugar talks "t ot Hilkon Greene, an American] statement, but observers thought ih. Keabinitah died. Gable and future of Jerusalem, BELGRADE ‘orbid officials and mer
olitical level between the} citizen who published an } problems encountered in World Wireless vs Notre Dame at Board ls To-day S decision brings Jor- enle. han { f “declared” organisatic
Government and the | lish-Ianguage newspaper Ame Wai Two and the results of atom ed Hall dans new territory under the pro-! i aed | the etivitie
. t pa} fantivg thea) ! i a |
Indian Delegation, that is; Times in Gross Gerau near here.| tests at Bikini proving ground ective wing” which Britain pro-| , +. ’ ! hre five years gaol
here to make representa- An announcement said that the|suggested that the atom experts ||l————— es in the sung lo-Jordan treaty] anc : ti Y ; | Declare” any person whe
concerning th ¥ in- | Commiss Vas acting u 7 rn ere seeking to develop an A of atiiance in 48, But Minist LT offic | | as Dee 1 member of “de-
ater th e Food Min G mmission was ac ti under ; Secati- diihnaie SOD. 2 ‘ | State Kenneth Younger said in the fficia ’ la ige | ce ee 0 a “de
e@ recent Com-| Allied High Commission law re-|tomb encased in a deep-penetra- Ti \ C i | House of C » 7. os tH lar »-da The re , . 6a usation
ith talks. The delegation] lating to the expulsion of unde-| tion type jacket to bore deep int ilo a ls For j ot ms ka es, wonday that} f, i o i Gover
originally expected to in-|sirables. the earth before exploding B ° } ornate pid no intention of setting] i... : he Government
taman I it is . }reene came to G any o The objective would be to pro- 2 je | Up muitary bases in peacetime in! 1 i I
od that tec Sion oe ot itn . Galk < ,| duce an earth hock to shatte aay: . iter Relations | the annexed territory | : ( i leclare
Will not now be ‘permit, the American High Com-| derground installations, The Allies 7, a Defiance ca goslavia ! ’ ‘
rly. aoe wets rl cal 2 He ialttad vere never able to soive the prob- ith Italy ee The annexation of land west of « te ite aie 0 i Reuter oO oak
le Colonial Offic wer iii tn { Spa «|lem of attack on U-boat pens ; the Jordan was proclaimed by ie @ Un page 5
> were unable| application for an entry permi t ROME, April 27 ‘ d il H iri ‘ ia iad
nfl Sate ‘whe see 4 oe \ wc} tucked away along the coast underx eee SADE a! King Abdullah on Monday in cd . we. to the [-—— ~ = ———___
ca date when ques- a Ry ot this year, which was] eee eve ot mart! hat rein-| ,. Marshal Tito’s call today for} ance of the six other states of Hao’ ; io re :
’ ot grantec ee ee eae a halide tek mutual attempts to improve|the Arab Le , re ot Site tars ea
—By Cable. —Reuter |! oe ae aie oe 7 relations” with Italy has srbhgie. tt matted him ‘one of the most| 40 sheep oe rey See killed |
at g a were f 4 “ - p B f ( ee; nother 33 pigs }
Reuter, ene d the case for direct negotia~ | powerful personalities in the Mid- iy Renter, |
| $$. fons betw 4 Italy and Yugo-| dle East. About Jerusalem, Britain Mihi 1]
a rs ‘ e t R | ti é | : 7 “a # lavia ovel rieste, authoritative | went no further to-day than to ac- ;
a : | N B 1 , ( > political circles here considered|cord “ ” tea Th ryt yy . ’ i
- . Ms | rf alts OC V JHE ‘ re onsidered | cord de favto recognition to 7 4 7 dD , hi e |
a i “ tonight Israel and Jordan authority in the wo 0 ue or 1]
Y . e } } ° “Marsha Tito’s declarations|areas they c Int } is | 1 |
i Are Getting Sharper | May Resign lave been received with satisfac- | final Frese og yo gen of Lspionage 1
. oe TEL-A-VIV, April 27 it Pa thon as eee re of the city which the
Ps | Roger Garreat vh fathere ley reflect with frankness nited Nations decided should b PRAGUI April 27 |
F . Denounces Soviet Propaganda ae sige to iehernationalse Savi the thoughts expressed by the]inter-nationalised, Br ‘tein. A rhe S ( ourt in Brno Mo-|
4 j Salem, failed to turn up here by Ttaliar Foreign Minister, Countfable to recognise Jordar over eted out two deat |
BELGRADE April 97 plane from Rome to-day and un- Sforza in | oo and in his eignty over any part ence e life entence and}
p : alk 7 ae “+a nfirmed 1} rt aid e hac peec! Milan Younger said risor te € 0 to 22 40)
peeiahel Tito told a joint session of both Houses of the Acues: thateat tn tee Murhadi, ta Marshal Tito’s words indicate | Britain’s decisions were con rs ha rial of 16 |] i is
“s0Slav National Assembly in Belgrade to-day that rela-| resign the Presidency of the Unit- | ‘hat the Yugoslavs wish to prevent|municated to Israel and Jordan} ‘members | espionage group, | rn
with the Soviet Union and the so-called Peoples led Nations rrusteeship Council problen as yet unsolved from|shortly before the House of Com- il Pre reports to-day. | if Mm
ho ‘acies “were ettin ¥ ‘shar 29 Diplomatic circles here id if faving repercussions on relations} mons announcement. The six othe: 17th endant was acquit- | if il
r 5 I al € alc 1 } o. ” - ~ |
ae Ses Athens the “many vices” these these reports were true he would} een the two ae _— ee Government were iT, entence vere passed | t i
: ™ i ai, é é to h alised the. in- —Reuter aiso informed before hand, Mem- ri ther named Danek | f
countries had, the Marshal said.|*Ppear to have rea : b : : | i
ase of slementing —___ ers of the British Commonwealt ound guil of high treason and } *
“ 4 ae hat creased difficulty f implementing nwealth : | f
i AM HAS they taieed era Toute sthat y- 7 his plan after Jordan's action in peg been consulted, France, the] 1itempted murder The 14 others | e
5 z ir ; ey t xing the Old City of Jerusa- : 1 ot rm r JS. and Turkey, as members of | Were found guilty of endangering
AL ‘ ay. * propagend: re- innexing t) ' |
INET CRISIS an atten tact ie loaic. It/lem along with other parts of 5 IP 5 CAPTAIN the Vnited Nations Palestine Con-| {the security of the Republic and }
re resents the sum of all possible } Arab Palestine. ‘inns ihe ciliation Commission, were also] supplying ate seeréts to the me
SAIGON, April 27. aiesieennd temgtin A poe scost?. The Jerusalem Statute adopted GE I ss 3 DAYS kept informed, One main and con-| agents of foreign powers A
i Premier Nguyen Phan resulsive iS evieliors and intrigues} PY the Trusteeship Council was tinuing aim of *British féreign Reuter, | bh
n bas“ . Bao Dai, Referring to. bechnt ittacks | Opposed by both Israel and Jor- ISTANBUL, April 27. policy is the stability and prosper- —— Ss
; ite, charged Gov : , spvernmeni} dan. Recent withdrawal of So- Captain Arnt Peders j ity of the Middle East and the . | k
" -jagainst the Yugoslav Government, “* ; awe : “ : , ederson and}. ™. . _ D,
Van Huu with the ? the Soviet rarihal Klementi| Viet support for internationalisa- Chief Officer Viggo Trosdahl, of establishment of peace between I ‘olice Hunt i @
aire 2 New Cabinet,| Voroshilov in Budapest Tito said: | tion was seen as weakening Gar-|the Norwegian steamer “Bos ie nee the aron nitions, a F A Hee
way announced. The! “j prais , merits of Voroshilov | '@au’s position even more, phorus” which caught fire here]*°'@!#@n Office spokesman said to- ° >, }
, had dragged on in the October Revolution but this | Reuter, last week, were to-day sen-|48y- He ae that to-day’s ce- ar He ad :
hewn Nguyen Phan] j , ; a | tenced to three days’ i son-|C!Sions would contribute to _ its :
. y 7 is very long ago. But to-day Rives e Gays imprison ; a ROME, April 27
nd ed that American] Voroshiloy because of his old age} Mrs Sinatra | Stowe pech, fot négligence jn} @chievement.—Reuter. Police here went head-hunting
ary aid should} can ne longer follow developments ' ve stowing the ships cargo > tg to-day-——-at the request of the cus- ;
i. ae its administra-jin other countries S F k G lay But the Court thereupan freed FIND FLYING SUITS todians of a museum Who Jast } i] - 7 |
orities in Indo- oues frankie ; them, in view of “their sé)fless COPENHAGEN, A 27 night found that s son i de-
: | ? JI ‘ . IN, / il 2 igh und that someone had de- ; tf) i
the contrary view If he could he would realise } devotion to duty’ in fighting the Twe Sp gah . of peapitated a 2,340 year old Greek | eee "
; , : ete ‘ in a 1 » flying suits and a pair o k ’ i Greek
TS resigned earlier} that he .is .supporting an SANTA MONICA, Calif, , | ‘te until the latest possible mo-|rubber trousers believed to be {Statue of a young womay. Art Y v
don Complaining of a lack absurd causé with nothing in # 5 _ April 27, Hin: ag : from the missing American Priva- | @e«lers were warned to watch out : fi CLAS |
* common with the reality. 4 Crooner Frank Sinatra’s wife} Pederson told the Court that}teer were found on the south coast {{0% the missing head. The Ronie | ' |
—Reuter. (Voroshilov had said that Yugo-| Nancy has filed a suit for i the way in which the cargo was}of Denmark during the night and |) ipality pointed out that al-
ee, slavia’s leaders would be over- | tenance alleging cruelty, She es-| stow ed was not an offence under|this morning Together with though the statue is believed to }
] thrown by the Yugoslav people). timated Frank’s 1949 incomé ik Norwe ian law Both the officers rubber suit found in the area ve date hack to 409 B ( the head j Be E i | ‘ * |
p 7 he t | $934,740 h erty at} shook han with t t
By Vacei > Tito said he was_astonished at] $934,7 ie yroperty nook hands with the judge be-|terday, they were sent to the of little artistic value, nd | / 4
ne | the absurdity of Sov propa- $750,000 ; fore they left the Court as free | Americ an Embassy in Copen- fetch paltry sum if sold.’*} A RB i “ al rR
NEW YORK April 27 ganda in accusing Yugoslavia of Her la v¥er said she ar cus-| men —Reuter. hagen Reuter. Reuter.
Rew anti-tubercuto: ee | being a war danger to Russia. He} tody of the three childrén, Nan- 9
ie tulosis vac-! ):7 , Saale rela-|¢y 9, Frank 6 and Christina 2
ared a iertan likened Yugoslavia-Russian rel cy 9, Frank 6 a ristina 2
] be from virulent hu-| 43 s to a sine ov beside olos-| The Sinatras who were irried | > } US. PEJECT LOAN
ulosis, whith has | tetera et cra e ° New 1
® high perp nas ProO-} sus with a big sti “The colos-| in 1939 have beef separating and el VowZ%e orm INé Ww TO SPAIN
7 Was de ae ertant of ani- | . a ‘ yriedii nee 1948 Frat / | a , |
Seribed , sus crit e ~ | TeCOmIang ” i} . | ; , '
Confer 1 a Was! i { ove ‘ ctres iva Gard- th t C 2 } WASHINGTON i i
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ines” si Gate "New| rte va Sa ne Without Communists | >..“o's. : | }
aly “vaccine avahianie| al he nie | jects »po EXCELLENT PRICE l
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known a B.C.G., is| PAKISTAN EXPERT —SAYS HERBERT HOOVER | Spain, | DAWN Mh ha A ey ||
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DURING. her stay in Malta,
Princess _ Elizabeth inspected the
here“sepn during that inspection,

Lt. Col. E. Salomona, O.B.E., O/C 2
The Princess whose second baby
to return to England during the ne

IR Douglas Ritchie. who was

in Barbados from December
1948 until the middle of January,
1949,. to. advise the Government
of Barbados with regard to the
economic aspect of the Deep
Water Harbour Scheme here,
vice-Chairman of the Port

is

of

London. Authority and on Fri-
day 17th February this year. he
made a speech about the Port

of London at the London River

Night; which was held by the
Press Club of London.
Married Yesterday
ISS Muriel Quarless. daugh-
ter of Mrs. I. Quarles: of
‘Nezworth’. Bank Hall was mar-
ried yesterday afternoon at St.
Michaei’s Cathedral at 4 o'clock,
to the popular Internationa] and

Empire cricketer Mr. E. A. V
(Foffie) Williams

The Bride who was given in
marriage by her brother Mr.
Cameron” Quarless wore a dress
of white duchess satin, fashioned

along thé style of the Elizabethan
period.“"Her long train was at-
tached to bustle effect in the |
and her. sleeve were long and
close” ‘fitting A short illusion
veil, trimmed with b'pnde lace
was kept in place by clusters of
pearl eyed lime blossoms, and
she carried a bouquet of white
gerberas iap dragons and Queen
Ann's lace ?

There were three Bridesmaid
Miss’ Ruby Cave, chief brides
maid. Miss Molly Morris and Mis
Barbara“Malcolm. They were all
dressed alike in dresses of maize
marquisette, with wide full skirts
and low. neck lines They wore
lime green picture hats and
shoes and mittens of the same
colour Each carried posies
gerbera and snap dragon

The Bestman was Mr. Robert
Clarke and Rev. Hazelwood pt
formed the ceremony which
fully choral

The reception was held at ‘
Bride’s home and the huneymoor



heing spent at Silver Sand

Two Weeks’ Holiday

ERE for two weeks’ holiday
H taying at tre Ocean
View Hotel is Mr Gaston de
Gannes, Manager of the Hul
Taxi Service in Trinidad He
arrived by B.W.LA. on Tuesda





A TUNE wafted on the so-called

breeze of
if you like to use
for a lump of stagnant air,
with dirt and reeking of
posing halibut—a_ tune I
caught me by the throat, for it w
a melody played by the Coram i
street Band at the great Brun
wick Square Festival of Band
Music, when a tiny visitor from
the Seychelles Islands got lodged
in a trombone, and was poked out
by Mr. Gerald Barry's flute, just
in time for the “Geisha” selection
The selection was marred by the
untimely ‘arrival of the Notting
Hill Gate Aeolians, in full blast
with Zampa And at that mo-
ment a wrong signal given fron
the judges’ dais launched — the
Horse-ferry Road team into Raff's
Cavatina, The din was stupendous
and had about as much to do with
music as the shunting yards at
Mulhouse during a thunderstorm

Mistaken identity

NOME of the bandmasters were
dressed to the nines, like

a London street
the word breez
yellow
decom-
say,

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with “(Ieft) Lt. Col. J. Abeia, M.B.E.,

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Girdles

she visited

Royal Malta Artil

BY THE WAY



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husband,
She

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a lemon green ensemble,



Leaving In Ju

HE REV. and Mrs. Coldman

will be leaving Codrington
College in June and returning to
their home in England. “St
Joan”, which was so successfully
staged last week. vr2s Mrs. Cold-
man’s swan song at Codri:gton,

although it is unlikely to be her
last production. She has been in-
terested in amateur theatricals all
her life, and while in India she
produced for the Madras Dramatic
Society. Her production of “St.
Joan”, in which Mr. Coldman
played the part of the Bishop of

Beauvais so convincingly, shows
what hard work and imagination
ean effect. The dish-rag amour

was most realistic

It is to be hoped that Mrs. Cold-
man’s mantle will fall on Mrs.
Nesta Vaughan, who played the
lengthy role of Joan in the pro-
duction with such feeling. Mrs
Vaughan is the wife of the Rev.
BIN.Y. Vaughan, a tutor of the
College, and she is also keenly
interested in amateur theatricals

Returns fo Fngland

RS. D. Howarth and her sev-
en-year-old son, George,
arrived in Barbados about one
month ago from England and af-
ter spending one week here went
on to Trinidad. They then re-
turned to Barbados to meet Mr
Howarth, who works in Vene-
zuela and who was here for two





O/C Iist-.coast Regiment, and : ;
Ash. aeleaeeh weeks’ holiday. He has_ since
oie ae returned to Venezuela, and on
is expected this Summer, is due Wednesday night Mrs. Howarth
xt few days and their son left on their return
journey to England. They were
Returned from St. Lucia **#Â¥in# at the Ocean View Hotel.
RS. Colin Manning returned Hopes to Visit
from St Lucia recently
where she has been visiting he: 2
mother who was sick and is now Switzerland
Mrs, Manning was Miss’ Annie [Yf SS Shella Ward. told Carib
Montrose, her sister who is here shortly before she sett Bee-
for a holiday staying with Mrs. bados on Wednesday night by the
ying in ”
Mannitig » “Gascogne”. that she hoped to
visit Switzerland and other parts
Lives on Isle ot Wight ,; of Europe. besides her _stay in
Tha ‘Anke Wood who hasbeen England She will be away for
F i about four or five months.
a spending two months with
friends in St. Lucia, arrived here; To Settle in England
about five days ago to make con-
nections with the “Gascogne” on, EAVING Barbados on Wed-
her way to England ; - nesday night by the ‘Gas-
She arrived in the W I. by air cogne’ was Mrs. L, Atwell, who
we oo a on Tale eee is going to live with her marr.ed
Pe ct ay es R- - . ce, “daughter, Mrs Lucille Franklin
soa e So aa a4 the in Herts. England, A large num-
induer fHbael lest é ‘\ per of relatives and friends were
Y . ; at the Baggage Warehouse to see
Wedding her off.
ISS Viola Hinc Assistant "
Teacher of All Saints’ Git On Short Visit
Schc V 1 on Saturday _ Nelly Robinson, M.B.E.,
fternoon Mary Church retired headmistress yf
o Mr. Cly I } 7 R. Memorial High School,
Phi le ( charming Antigua, arrived on Wednesday
figure in dr o ‘ 1 from Antigua on a short visit, Soe
trimmed witt ca is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, C
ied a love oud ( I B. Allamby of Edinboro, Barbe-
She was giver lage rees Hill,
her cousit ir. 1 ck Max-
eet ene brewsbury For Jubilee Celebrations
She atte er sister O less than a hundred Roman
Miss Ruby Hinds whe was “Maid Catholics from Antigua went
of honour, The best was Mr, to Dominica on the southbound
Iva Smith and the ceremony Canadian vessel some of whom
vhich is fully choral is con- are attending a congress at
ducte 1 R I B. Hinds Roseau and jubilee celebrations
I ushe re M Tony,, There was a terrific jam and con
Hind Mir le Phillip fusion at the baggage warehous¢
‘6 CH. Q. in London” where the Police launch made
NO! MI Worthington three trips to the ship with pa
> Wilme ) been sengers.
& jncav, be ~©Attended Civil Service
, j W ednesday Talks
a y aie R, Oswald a Civil
ts ant Pt ntfe ‘ ie Servant of Jamaica and Mr
Col. Wilmer red British Howell Longsworth, Civil Servant
aay on hen Carib O% British Honduras, returned
asked him in what part of Eng- home on Monday by B.W.LA
land they lived, in true army @fter attending the Fourth Con-
tyle e replied We have our ference of the Federation of Civil
headquarter London They Service Associations in the Carib-
were st ! t e Hotel Royal. bean Area,
By Beachcomber
Murat at Esslin ind one can from Bung-Ho, Languedoc horse-
easily believe the story that one currants, jellied grapes from
them, on tl iy home, was Tirana, overripe jinkits from
mistaken for R 1 general Polynesia, white loganberries from
on a visit to the taff College at Wichita, dwarf pea-beans from
‘amberle eered to the Antananarivo, Latvian sal-sify
ho; happier than that Turkish double-beetroot, oblong
vhich befell nissionaire mushrooms from Dahomey, shred-
yutside a provincial theatre This ded maratiski-bananas from Cor-
poo! retcl out in crim- fu, Eskimo blood-oranges, Nepa-
son and gold | by the pot-. lese dhaska, succulent Nigerian
boy at public } into which whinberries, and acid marsh-
he had slipped t from damsons from Kabul, They can-
illy questions ji foyer, to“Go not all be the result of the opera-
on back to Ita! i feed his tions of a fruit and vegetable doc-
lions.” tor upstairs or goods acquired
J : : from barrow-boys after dark. No
Maison Virlitontaine wonder people are saying that this
remarkable shop sells things you
wae does Foulenough get can’t get anywhere eise. 7
the stuff? Here, already, are :
early Shapotara whatever they Vight Thought * .
may be They look like onions IF Don Quixote oP
and taste like turnips. Here are turned into a ballet
yops, forced under mica, ue STARCH YOUR HAT WITH
nocnocs, Biluck, suders, DoONnadOol- a
herbs, pharimot ippuri, slets, and SIERO —
fluffy dagillo. Here are Korean what has dear old “War and
quince, Peruvian camarea, en- Peace” done to be left out in the
dives from Borneo, chows in Syrup cold?








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Pressure Cooker
Of 17th Ventury:

The pressure
assured, the

we are
invention

cooker,

is newest

to save the housewife’s.tirne. In
point of fact, the ladies of King

they
been |

Charles II’s court, although
would probably not have
capable of boiling an egg, heard
all about pressure cookers, al-|
though in those days these were |
called “digestors”. They were}
mentioned John _ Evelyn’s |
Diary for April 12, 1682, when}
he said he “went this afternoon |
with severall of ye Royal Society;
to a supper which was all dress’d./
both fish and flesh
Papin’s digestors, by
hardest bones of beefe itselfe, |
and mutton, were made as soft
as cheese without water or other |
liquor, and with less than eight|
ounces of coales producing an}
incredible quantity of gravy”. |

Leaving Mr. Evelyn’s quaint
spelling out of the question, the
“digestor” which caused so much |
excitement actually looked very
much like the modern pressure |
cooker, valve and all. This has!
been proved by the discovery of
one in a village shop in Royston

the English country of Hert-
fordshire.

in

The proprietor was rummag-
ing through his cellar, when he
ame across it and, puzz.ed by
the construction of the lid and
the special valve, took it to
experts. They
be “digestor” of about 1700.
The Royal Society of which Mr.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

in Monsieur| !
which the}:

pronounced it to!

CROSSWORD



forti-

* Cots | find made up fo

tude. (5)
So this is a streten of water. in
fast time no doubt. (4)

10 Sat 56 Ute, OSE Pe ee
(4)
11. The greatest of all channeis. (5)

i3 Bliectrical measures ? Not when
they re on letters from Sir Staf-





Evelyn speaks is, of course,
Britain's famous scientific
society, and presumably the;
honour of inventing the original |®
pressure cooker should go to
France and the unknown “Mon-
sieur Papin”.

For U.K. Holiday

RnR: and Mrs. Ernest Griffin
were passengers on Monday
by B.W.LA. for Trinidad where

they will take the S.S. “Boskoop”
for England on _ six. months’
holiday.

Rev. Griffin is Superintendent of
the James Street and Speightstown
Methodist Circuit and Chairman of

the Barbados and Trinidad
Methodist District.

During his absence, the Rev.
Frank Lawrence will act as
Superintendent, while the Rev

R. McCullough will be in charge
of the James Street Church.

ISS Joan Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith
of “Melwi”, Brown’s Gap, Hast-
ings and a member of the clerical
staff of the Development and
Welfare Organisation, was a pas-
senger on the “Gascogne” yn
Wednesday for the United King-
dom where she will spend three
months’ holiday.

Honeymoon Couple Leave

R. AND Mrs. Harcourt Thorne
of Trinidad who were spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados,

returned home on Sunday by

B.W.LA. They were staying at

“Leaton-on-Sea"”’, The Stream
Mr. Thorne is Sports Editor of

| the ‘
|

Trinidad Guardian.”



Spent the Winter

RS. W. D. Roberts of Con-

necticut, U.S.A. returned
home on Monday evening by the
“Fort Amherst” after spending the
winter. She was staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mrs. Helen Townsend also of the
U.S.A. returned home on Monday
by the same opportunity after
spending the winter as a guest at
the Marine Hotel. |

For an Indefinite Stay

RS. Nora Newsam arrivec

from B.G. on Tuesday for an
indefinite stay. Her daughter who
arrived from B.G. last week was al |
Seawell to meet her. Mrs. Newsan
will be staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Edwards of Hindsbury Road
where her daughter is already
staying.
of her holiday at Bathsheba.

With Barclays In B.G.

M* and Mrs. David Howard
who arrived from B.G.
on Tuesday by. B.W.1.A. will be
staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Howard at Gibbs’ Beach,
St. Peter. David is with Barclays
Bank in B.G. and he and his wife
hope to be here for about three
weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howard are
also from B.G, and are here on
holiday.





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spay, APRIL 28, 1950
Riore Protests

§ Coming In
The Virgins

vuas. VIRGIN ISLES.
SHO ost march on Mr.




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Catholicism

And Colour

} YNDON

—

An
Mr. A
tne Roman Catholic Church's

olour questions says:

& by C. F. Beales discuss
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not hel " issi eae, oe : :
Me ruickshank, Commissioner \ : / It is a significant thing that
Cruicksh: Virgin Islands is e nwa ® while many people could lis
y . British Vir! Morse 4S y¥ people could list ne
‘anned against Caribbean 4 ; } mS coubt a long array of dirty deeds
; Ss. done by Catholics in the name oif
pro : q in t name oi
: the movement, Christianity, nobody bothers
steadily if quiet-

pis growing s of inclusion in

ation and will

ty to prove that the Church has
wny kind of racial bias. It is an
impressive fact It shows that
ohe point at least of the Church’s
teaching has got across to ordin-



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# 9,000,000 Gallois
‘ Of Whiskey

LONDON.

aia

¢ Britain’s Ministry of Féod, after
article in the Catholic Times);consultation ww
ok Whiskey

ith
Association,
the export target for

the
has



ginning May 1, 1950.

The target for the current year

is 9 million gallons.

‘overseas sales, three-quarters of
which are reserved for doilar
markets.

The Ministry of Food has
advised the association that,

Scotch
raised
Scotch” to
9,600,000 gallons for the year be-

The new goal is based cn the
practical possibilities of increasing






rity in the British Virgin
Hd to what happens on
Ste isles.’ oe a —
rh U.S. dec
ge poudly the immigra-
nearly 800 British Vir~
s, living er in
f , had to leave.
ce a, a a
» cannot absorb them: or find:
loyment—most of the
#’¢ economy rests on the
Fe from stamp sales—and
lacks all the modern

‘itjes—radio, cars, cinemas,
water and sanitary facili-
> be found on the s.

Tricked
British Virgin Islands Pro-
League, as the “annexa~
up” calls itself, claims
‘the committee appointed by
Polonial Office to report on a
pstitution has been
” into believing they are
fend reforms for a new
sion whereas they are to
d to a Legislative Coun-
Which there is some objec-































sre are 6,000 inhabitants on
‘tish Virgin Isles and the
4s widely distributed among
pouritig classes, but the peo-
ot stay on the islands if

wnove elsewhere. Yet
complain that the

Sugar Talks
Split Rumour

j given te ple who
OSG other ‘est Indian LONDON.
sand Object to the British The Colonial Office and the
wment of attempting Ministry of Food are still
in Islanders in the without news as to when the West
develop the land Indies sugar delegation agreed

upon at Grenada can be expected
to reach London and there is a
growing belief among certain
cireles in London that the re=
opening of the affair on the part
of the West Indies has been defin-
itely postponed. The West India
Committee in London state that
they have no knowledge about
when the delegation is coming,
but in trade circles it is strongly
rumoured that there are distinct
differences of opinion among the
West Indies themselves on
whether the matter should now
be pressed or let rest for the time.

“I believe big splits have devel-
oped and as a result, the delega-
tion cannot come with a united
front,” said one man.

It is noted that Mr. R. L. M.
Kirkwood, one of the leaders of
the last delegation, will be arriv-
ing in London next week and may
take up discussions in sOme in-
formal way.

Sir George Seel, new comptrol-
ler of Colonial Defence and Wel-
fare of the West Indies, sails from
Britain on Thursday for Trinidad
to take up his job. —B.U.P.

B.U.P.

Yaws Expert
E. Indies Battle

’ GENEVA.
World Health Crganisation
ouneed that Prof. Kenneth

of University College,

will go to Indonesia on
to launch a project un-

‘jointly by the Organi-

| the United Nations

Children’s Emer-

to combat yaws,

tly increased there
since the Japanese



































ao
“Wand

An
it

land of Java alone.
total population of
) suffer from yaws.
will also work with
Turner of Johns
sity in investiga-
ponematoses, which
yaws, bejel and
‘Hil will send strains
i ffections back to
Hopkins for comparison
feponematoses from other
the world, —(B.0.P.)



A Sugar
Import Ban

CARACAS. Venezuela.
A Venezuelan Sugar Cane
Growers’ request that refined
sugar imports be prohibited has
been accepted in principle, a min-

h Resolution

U.S, Congress

INGTON, April 27

Czechoslovakia Embassy
d to-day it had asked
Department to transmit

United States Congress a istry of Agriculture spokesman
Tesolution passed by the announces.
Parliament calling for a Final acceptance depends on

Cane Growers’ agreement on five
conditions set by the Government,
These are being kept secret for the
moment,

Imports of raw sugar to be re-
fined in Venezuela would not be
affected by the measure which is

peace pact. The
Said the resolution was
Which the Czech Embas-
Ondon asked the British
Office yesterday to place
» House of Commons and
of Lords,



iad designed to stimulate cane grow-
D Rpaten. ing and sugar refining in the
: country. BUF.
Soviet Relations f
Fror Clergy Accused O
Tk Setpeestion. can Supporting Propaganda
Airibute to an easier solu- BERLIN, April 27.
puted problems.” The East German Christian

Democrat Union to-day accused
the heads of the Evangelical and
Catholic Churehes in East Ger-
many of supporting western pro-
paganda and bringing the clergy
and the faithful under moral
pressure. A long resolution pass-
ed by the Political Committee of
the party was published in the

ent also envisaged

ity of “improvement”
ons Greece in view
atest developments there.
d that “to normalise

» Yugoslav Govern-
but to appoint a new











Speration, he said, will

pehefit to the countries party organ. The resolution was
wibute remarkably to an answer fo letters. read in
relations in ‘the Churches throughout East Ger-
many on Sunday attacking ma-

—Reuter. terialism. —Reuter.






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Questions In

CONDEMN ANTI-SEMITISM Parliament

BERLIN, April 27.

The All-German Evangelical Synod to-night ended its
four-day session in East Berlin with the adoption of a reso-
lution condemning anti-Semitism. The resolution appealed
to Christians to “renounce all anti-Semitism and irmly

resist it where it appears.”



- BEASY FOR
TOURISTS

LONDON.
} New methods of luggage hand-
ling, Customs inspection, and

train despatch have been put into
operation in British arrival ports
to handle the record number of
American tourists expected to
visit Britain this summer.

Special attention has been paid
to Southampton Docks, which
handle 60 per cent. of the Ameri-+
can tourist traffic.

Rail experts have discussed the
speedier reception of boat trains
at Waterloo, one of London’s
principal arrival stations, to cut
down the time it takes for tourists
to leave the liners at Southampton
and arrive in London.

The biggest speedup in the
handling of passengers will come
when the new $2,000,000 glass-
and-concrete docks terminal is
completed at Southampton. It is

expected to be ready at the end
of July. -
The new terminal Will mean a

speedier and more comfortable
reception with refreshment rooms,
waiting lounges and more tele-
phone kiosks.

First cabin and tourist classes
will come off the liners together
to pass through Customs and
immigration.

Baggage will be brought off by
conveyor belt, taken to the Cus-
toms Hall, and then on to the
waiting trains on the ground floor.

A double railroad track under
the terminal will carry off the
boat trains at 15-minute intervals.
Thirty additional Customs officers
will be aiding the regular staff
curing the seasonal rush.

—IN.S.

‘Hand Kissing’
Storm

LONDON.

The time-honoured custom of
British Ministers “kissing hands”
with the King “on appointment”
has been described by Prime Min-
ister Attlee as a “mere tradition”
with no significance whatsoever.

The Prime Minister was ques-
tioned in the House of Commons
by Sir Herbert Williams, one of
the old-time Conservative veter-
ans who are aiways on the alert
to see that the old symbols and
ritual of British Royalty are
maintained.

Sir Herbert referred particu-
larly te Dr. Edith Summerskill,
Minister of Natignal Insurance,
who had signed a statutory instru-
ment seven days before her
acceptance of office:— seven days
before the “hand kissing.” He
questioned the legality of the act.

In unequivocal terms the old

i Tory member was told that he

was under a misapprehension.
“The ceremony of kissing
hands,” said the Prime Minister,
|**to which I assume he refers, is
the traditional manner in which
}@ subject returns thanks for the
‘acknowledgments at His Majesty's

|convenience for an honour or
|favour co upon him.
“It has ho signifigance in rela-










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‘tion to the acceptance of the min-

isterial office in question
acceptance im fact took place
hefore the signature of the Statu-
tory Instrument referred to when
the Minister took an oath under
¢ Promissory Oaths Act before
\the Lord President Herbert Mor-
on March 2,

Sir Herbert Williams was in-
|sistent and quoted Lord Hals-
jbuty’s Laws of England which
{ranks with Blackstone as regards
| constitutional and common law.

Attlee, a barrister, dumfounded
the many lawyers sitting on the
\benehes of the House by saying:
| “f am afraid I do not know of
| that decument, but I have consult-
ed the highest authorities on this

risar

The Prime Minister resisted th¢
‘murmured requests for the nam-
ling of any authority higher than
| Lord Halsbury and the incident
l closed with ofe more treasured

It admitted that the church by
its passive tolerance shared the
guilt of the German people for the
great wrongs inflicted on German
Jews in the past.

The resolution said:

“We believe in the Lord and
Saviour, who was born a man of
the People of Israel.” ‘We pro-
fess our belief in the Church of
Jew and Christians, whose salva-
tion is Jesus Christ.”

We believe God's promise
to his chosen people of Israel
is still valid despite the cruci-
fixion of Jesus Christ.

We admit that we, by our pas+
sivity and tolerance before the
Lord of Mercy, share the guilt for
the great wrongs done to the Jews
by our people. We warn ail
Christians to take heed of the
judgment of God whieh has fallen
on us Germans for that which we
have done to the Jews, for God
will be merciful to the Day of
Judgment. We beg all Christians
to renounce all anti-Semitism,
firmly to resist it wherever it ap-
pears and extend brotherly love
to all Jews, whether of race or
religion. We beg all Christian
communities to protect all Jewish
cemeteries. We beg the God of
Mercy that the day will dawn
when we can celebrate the victory
of Jesus Christ together with the
liberated people of Israel.

—Reuter.

.
Police Arrest
. .
Six More
ANTWERP, April 27.
Police arrested six more Com-
munist agitators in Antwerp to-
day as about 600 of 16,000 strik-
ing dockers drifted back to work.
Seventeen Communists have now
been arrested since the unofficial
port strike began two days ao.
The Belgian Communist Pariy
Paper “Drapeau” reported to-day
that one of those detained, Parlia-

ment Member Van Den Branden,
was hunger striking against his

“illegal detention,” but prison
officials would not comment. M
Van Den Branden says his Parlia-
mentary immunity has not been
lifted. —Reuter.

r es?
B.H. Position
Improves

BELIZE.

The generally improved position
in British Honduras is reflected
in the fact that Mr, John Smith,
the man who led the fight against
devaluation of the B.H. dollar,
was the seconder to a resolution
passed unanimously by the Legis-
lative Council expressing grate-
ful appreciation to the British
Government for helping British
Honduras’ immediate needs and
giving the colony a 25,000 tons
Sugar quota,

The Governor, Mr. Ronald
Garvey, said that unemployment
in the Colony was now reduced
to 1,599. There has been fio un-
rest for more than a month and
it is expected that the ban on
public meetings may soon be

B.U.P.

lifted.
Complaintski

LONDON.

Writing letters of complaint
against bureaucracy can be a
tricky business in the Soviet
Union.

An editorial in Pravda broad
cast by Moscow’s radio said th
“timely, correct and consideré
examination of complaints fro
working people is the duty of a!
our institutions and social organ-
izations.” But the newspaper
added:

“Some leaders entrust the work
of replying to letters to suborain-
ates, and the latter not infrequent-
ly pass them on to other organiza-
tions under their authority. It is
therefore not surprising that
sometimes a letter falls into the
hands of the very perscns about







which the complaint is being
made.” —LN.S
ceremony of British life buried

away with the rest of the less pic-
turcsque fallacies
—LN.S

LONDON.

Mr. Russell asked the Secretary
of State for the Colonies in the
House of Commons (on April 19)
why the scheme to develop a salt
industry in the Turks and Caico:
Islands was Caiiceled; what ex-
pense was involved in the cancel-
lation: and what alternative
employment is being provided for
the inhabitants

Mr. Cook (Under Secretary)
answered: “The Governor of
Jamaica recommended some time
ago that the salt industry the
Turks and Caicos Islands should
be brought under public control,
and this recommendation was
approved in principle by my Right
Hon. Friend’s predecessor

Negotiations on the

in

ubject

have been proceeding for ome
time, but it has not yet been pos
sible to settle how this recom-
mendation might best be imple
mented The proposal has not

however, been abandoned and the
second part of the question
not therefore arise,

The industry at present enjoys
better sales and prices than it has
done for some time and there is
therefore no need for special
measures to find alternative em-
ployment.”

Mr. Russell: “Will the Minis-
ter try and speed up these nego-
tiations, which seem to be dawd-
ling under public control?”

Mr. Cook indicated assent

Ye
Cigars

Mr. Russell also asked the
retary oc State how many peopl
are employed in the cigar indus-
try of Jamaica and what propor-
tion is at present unemployed

Mr. Cook said “Detailed figures
are not available. Employment in
the larger cigar factories appears
to have declined fipm about 3,000
in 1947 to about 1,800 in 1949. It
is roughly estimated that for every
worker employed in the cigat
factory the whole year round
there are three workers employe:
in the field for six months in the

year.”
Russell:

aoes

ec

Mr. “Is the Minister
aware that this. decrease in em-
ployment in the cigar industry is
due to the very heavy rate of duty
levied in this country on imported
Empire cigars? Will he make
repres®ntations to the Chancellor
of the Exchequer to have it re-
duced?”

There was no reply.

Hardwood

When Mr, Jehn Grimston asked
what steps the Secretary of State
for the Colonies Was taking tw
grade and make known the suita-
bility for various uses, particu-
larly housing, of the new type of
hardwood likely to be imported
from British Honduras and British
Guiana, Mr, Herbert Morrison,
Lord President .of the Couneil
replied.

He said the Forest Products
Research Laboratory was doing
useful work in bringing these
timbers to notice and undertook
te convey to the Colonial Secre-
tary Mr. Grimston’s comment
that last year over 98 per cent. of
UK railway sleepers were im-
ported from dollar countries when
B.G. trees were eminently suit-
able. He also said he would
mention another Member’s sug-
gestion that the UK Governmen:
find out the results of research
into such problems now being
undertaken in neighbouring Vene-
zuela,

The Maroons

Mr. Tom Driberg asked the
Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies if the problems of the lead
ership and land ownership of the
Maroons of Acrompong (Jamaica
‘bout which the Colonial Office
wrote to Mr. Driberg on Decem-
er 1948, have now been
settled; and if he will make

ement

“fr took: “My Right Hon
Friend (the Minister) is asking
the Governor for a report on the
present position, and will com-
municate with my hon. Friend
when it has been received.”

Mr. Driberg: ‘Does that mean
that
not received any further
since the lette: — quite a long
time -ago -- referred to in my
Question? Will my hon. Friend
bear in mind the interesting and
early gallant history of se
people apd do his best to protect
them in the reasonable enjoyment

report

tne

of their traditional independ-|
ence?”
Mr. Cook; “Yes Si.’—E.U.P

my Right Hon. Friend has}

ary men of goodwill,”
“The Catholic Church

includes one-fifth of
uman race.

today
the entire
The Catholics in
China have more than 30 native

provided export supplies are
not endangered, it has no
objection to a corresponding
increase of releases by assovia-
tion members on the home
market,

Bishops there is a black African

Bishop. there is a Red Indian __'!t is pointed out by the Ministry
priest. The Church never con- however, that these additional
Siders that the Faith is safely Teleases by association members
rooted in a new missionary land will not necessarily mean that
until the Catholic clergy there is pia whiskey will be available
a native clergy,” on the home market than at pres-
After referring to Sige Na ent. It ‘is likely that the release
david? ah@ colobr brobienis. Paes of larger supplies at association
NOG Wane hak ae of the prices will substantially displace
‘ Ww hbo colonies, the article the large high-priced sales by
ays down “a clear priority of non-association members which

principle” in Catholic
colonisation,
three
(1)

“Here
principles

are the
In order:

Are the reforms contempl :ted “Supplies of Scotch Whiskey
really for the g00d of the cut, by the Ministry of Food in
governed? May, 1948, by a further 600,000
(2) Do the reforms respect the gallons are now restored to the
national characteristics and Modest figure of two years ago,
personality of the n:tive mamely 2,600,000 gallons.
population? “The effect of this is expected
(3) Are the reforms such as to t® be mainly the displacing of

prepare the native
for the responsibilities <
self-government?

teaching on

first

population

have been made up to now

Association said

of

the home market







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some of the high-priced whiskeys
which have found their Way into
in consequence

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ons less than the tonnage being
built at the end of June 1948—the
highest figure recorded since De-«
cember, 1921

No figures were available for
Germany, Russia and China, but
in other countries at the end of
March there were 2,789,455 tons
gross under construction—388,877
tons nore than in December:
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i ADVOCATE

Publiahed by Thy Advocate Oo. L10., 4, Broad %., Bridgetowt



~~" PRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950





Information

APRIL is nearly finished and the Carib-
bean Commission monthly information
bulletin for January 1950 arrived in this
newspaper office less than a week ago. It
is understood that the February number is
in the island but has not yet arrived in this
office. *

The January issue has a new look—an
improvement on the old—but its contents
are very dated. It begins with an account of
the Caribbean Commission’s ninth meeting
which was held last year from December
5 to 9.

The contents of the bulletin are dated
throughout.

At a time when a dock strike has been
crippling Antigua for several days and
when Martinique has been posting letters
through military channels for weeks, when
the wish of the British Virgin Islands to
become American is again being exploited,
the Caribbean Commissior monthly bulle-
tin arrives at a Bridgetown newspaper
office three months late. The Caribbean
Commission has its hands full and its activ-
ities are legion. The Caribbean Commis-
sion will say quite rightly that their
information department is not a news





agency.
The information department of the
Caribbean Commission does fulfil the

functions for which it was designed. The
Commission at all of its meetings brings
evidence to prove that recipients of the in-
formation they circulate throughout the
area are satisfied with the services they
receive.

But the suggestion is being made in these
columns that the Caribbean Commission is
not using the West Indian press adequately
to inform the people of the area about con-
ditions in the- area at the time when the
conditions arise.

An example of this criticism is the Carib-
bean news bulletin for radio broadcasting.
Instead of issuing a weekly or bi-weekly or
even daily service of short Caribbean news
items to the Press the Commission prepares
long broadcast scripts well in advance of
publication date and embargo them for use
by the Press until the broadcast is made.
Whereas broadcasting in the United King-

ym and in other countries developed from

{ the Press Agencies until only in the
the B.B.C. started their own
news service here in the West Indies, broad-
casting apparently has to be spoon-fed. In-
stead of sending topical news items to Press
and Radio alike the Caribbean Commission
in fact prepares broadcasts which ought to

recent war

e made by Radio personnel

sand the Press are not rivals

nor are they likely to be. One is essential
to the other in the modern world. But fail-
ure to utilise the Press adequately is a

weakn¢ U

at the Caribbean Commission
has been too long in remedying.

There have let it be
in Port of
Spain have released news items of major
interest to the Caribbean sufficiently far in
advance to allow of simultaneous public
action in the but there is no doubt
that vast quantities of news items, particu-
larly about French, Dutch and American
territories seldom find their way into news-
paper offices unless they have originated
from outside the area or from individual
correspondents. The classic example of the
evils of leaving news information solely in
the hands of one agency is provided in the
recent affair of British Honduras. When re-
ports of twenty thousand on the march
were being spread by an individual corre-
spondent the information office of the
Caribbean Commission might have been
used to circulate the true facts to the Press
of the area.

It is idle to think that any progress will
be made towards mutual understanding
and co-operation in the area until the
peoples of the area are fully informed, That
task can only be begun by the Press. Other
agencies are subsidiary and complementary.

been occasions,

hastily added, when the offices

area



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‘ BERLIN.

THE Russians want to restore
the.old German name for the
Baltic.

They want to call it “The East
Sea” again, for they are deter-
mined to make it their east sea
in the East-West conflict.

So they have rung down the
curtain on this scene, too, while
activity goes on behind the curtain
even more feverishly and secretly
than ever.

That is why trigger-happy
Soviet fighter pilots fired on the
Privateer, a U.S. aircraft missing
since last Saturday with ten men
on board.

That, too, is why Scandinavian
fishing-boats entering the “black-
out area” east of the Danish island
of Bornholm usually disappear, to
be heard of no more.

In this manner the Russians
hope to make it clear that they
will not tolerate visitors ;nywhere
near their Eastern Baltic. What
the Russians are doing along the
shores of the former Baltic States,
East Prussia, Poland, and the
Soviet zone of Germany is for
speculation only, not confirmation.

All are forbidden areas. But
details do leak out—some from the
millions of Germans living in
Eastern Germany. Most of them
hate Communism and loathe the
Russians even more. So news of
Russia’s gigantic Baltic project
trickles through to be sifted by
Western Intelligence officers.

Some of the reports they regard
seriously. For example:—

FACT: The Russians are turning
the Baltic into a fortress on land
and sea to protect the Soviet

Union’s northern flank in any
war with the West.
SPECULATION: Moscow aims

to make this fortress impregnable

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By Selkirk Panton

even against an invasion on the
Normandy,scale. The Russians are
constructing a Baltic Wall along
the hundreds of miles of Baltic
coastline which makes Hitler’s
Atlantic West Wall look like a
sand wall built by children at the
seaside.

Secret Weapons

IT’S not an all-concrete affair,
this wall, It is built in depth far
out to sea and well inland, and
armed with the most modern de-
fensive and offensive weapons.

SPECULATION: The whole area
is crammed with rocket sites, radar
stations, modern U-boat traps, and
secret weapons,

These have been perfected by
vaptured German scientists.

FACT: Peenemunde, where
Hitler tested and produced his Vis
and V2s to fire at Britain, is now
working again at full sneed

FACT: Heavily protic sub-
marine bases are beiig bui!t near
Wismar, near the British zone,
while the British are blowing up
U-boat shelte’= in their zone.

FACT: Memel, in former Lith-
uania, has become the chief Soviet
submarine base in the Baltic,
where the Red Navy has 200 sub-
marines, Naval docxyards have
been established at Stettin, now
just inside Poland, und elsewhere
along the coast.

Radar stations dot the coast from
the British zone to Libauv, near
which the Russians state the
Privateer was fired on.

FACT: Kolberg, now in Poland,
is Russia’s main rocket base, From
there the Russians claim they could
“rocket” the Ruhr, industrial heart

tod

ENEMUNDE

Ky George Malcolm Thomson

ENGLAND TO ME. By Emily

Hahn-Cape (10s. 6d.) 287 pages.

It is as if the Diary of a Provin-
cial Lady were written by an
American who has married an
Englishman and has taken over a
large, old-fashioned house in Dor-
set which the military have occu-
pied during the war, with the
usual consequences.

That, in the fewest
words, conveys the true
and atmosphere of the lively nar-
rative selected as Evening Stand-
ard Book of the Month. It is not
to say that Emily Hahn has
particular resemblance in
perament to E M. Delafield.

possible

essence
any

tem-

bands, gossip, a willingness to ack-
nowledge the weaknesses ol





humun nature and a delight in
\ discovering similar weaknesses in
one’s self— apart from such points
Fe contact, the two women are by
the ocean divided.

E. M. Delafield was the intelli-
gent native Emily Hahn is the
sharp-eyed but affectionate invad-

sr, Yet the final effect is one of
ee with the Transatlantic



wasp possessing the deeper sting.
Emily Hahn is Mrs. Boxer, and
set foot on these shores as a Brit-
ish wife after the war. If she has
it is

a typical Englishman. She speaks
of him as if she had collected a
particularly fine specimen of the
English male curmudgeon.

On His Own



when the Boxer
to the United

tively charming
family makes a trip
States.

Life with the Major or, if you
like, with Emily Hahn, has its ups
and. downs, its moments when
self-control is needed, its explos-
ions. You will probably have the
impression that these oecasional
storms were not quite so violent
as the author paints them. Still,
at times the air was no doubt elec-
tric enough in Conygar.

That is the house which Emily
Hahn managed somehow or other
to run with the help of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifton, Jan the Pole and his
Glasgow wife Nelly, and Jenny,

Apart from the possession of an the Chinese secretary girl. And
independent and witty mind, an without even a refrigerator !
interest in domestic life, plus a Not that a_ refrigerator was
refusal to become absorbed in it, needed during the winter of the
a sensitiveness to neighbours, hus- Great Freeze, when the Gulf

Stream failed to come to the res-
of the British system of heat-
ing houses. I* was a sad moment
when Emily Hahn learned the
meaning of the word “chilblains.”
I doubt if she will ever quite for-
give England that experience.

But somehow or other, midst all
the tribulations, she managed to
sketch this gay, busy family life,
to set it against the post-war back-
ground, and to deliver this racy
running commentary on British
life «and morals.

Tne British! A kindly American
does not know whether to laugh
or ery over them.

Such splendid human qualities
so shamefully misused.

Such ingenuity spent in making
the English home as hard as pos-
sible to run.

So many
clean and
cleaning them.

cue

to
in

needless objects
such passion

ALL'S FORGIVEN--BAR

THE CHILBLAINS

BLACK-OUT ON THE
EAST SEA

ana

of Western, Europe, Naval
army air bas@s are scattered along

the coast and inland. jover his books in preparation

s *
‘No Surprise

CAPTAIN Brunsinski, chief of
the Neptune naval dockyards at
Rostock, Germany’s former naval
centre, told German workers re-
cently: “We are in a position to
prevent any surprise attack by
submarine.” /

He went on to describe a special }
anti-U-boat weapon which was
25ft. long and had mines attached
to it. He said that secret apparatus
on the weapon registered any ap-
proaching submarine and moved
the weapon into the right position
and depth for attack.

It is no accident that Russian air-
sea manoeuvres are taking place
now around Bornholm, the Heligo-
land of the Baltic. This tiny strate-
gic island controls the approaches
to the Russian end of the sea from
the West.

At the end of the war the Rus-
sians occupied the island, But then
the Danish king, paying a modern
Danegeld, gave the occupation
forces 10,000 watches, and the
Russians went away. Now they
would like it back again.

The Russians have taken extra-
ordinary measures to keep secret
their work along the coast. The
German population in this forbid-
den Baltic zone has been evacuated, |
either to the Soviet zone or to the,
East.

Giant luxury hotels, once filled} when he was nine.
ren were first taken to France, then Portugal
racks for the tens of thousands off and finally
German workers racing to COM") Giaronon,

with holidaymakers, are now bar-

plete the Baltic Wall.

The Warning ..

EACH man is screened by Rus-
sian secret police, and now and
again a “Western agent” or “West-
ern spy” or “saboteur’”’ is weeded
out and dealt with as a warning
to the others.

A few make a break and get
away. The stories they tell present
a corroborated picture of intense
naval and military preparation to
make the East Baltic a Russian
bulwark against the West,

It is being done almost on the
doorstep of Berlin, and right under
the noses of the Finns, the Swedes,
and the Danes.

Under the noses, too, of thd
British in Lubeck, only a few miles
from a Russian naval base across
the frontier in the Soviet zone.

ses...

—_—





she said cuttingly to the Major! |

“Give me a house in China and
a lot of servants and a favourable
exchange and I can evolve a pleas-
ant existence. Give me a house
in New York with Willy — there
was a good housekeeper for you—”

But a big, old-fashioned house
in servantless, England! What
could a poor American girl do?
“You ean't square off and kick a
house in the pants!”

But somehow _ things worked
themselves out. The village gos-
sip died down — especially after

the Boxers. decided not to yield to
democratic impulse and send little
Carola to the local cquncil school,
a threat which waS about to cause
a scandal among the villagers.

And after all Dorset is a very
lovely county. And very Tory—
which is somehow a comfort even
when, like the Major, you are
philosophically watching the Doom
of Capitalism—almost as Tory as
that other county where the house-
maid, approaching the polling
booth, asked to be directed to the
servants’ entrange.

Â¥ .
Was She Worried ?
And little Carola became stead-
ily more British, after starting her
school career as a kind of infant
daughter of the American Revolu-

in an eight-hour-a-day :
a king in greystone mansion on the shores of |



closely guarded by German soldiers,
thimself in his studies.

were imprisoned in Germany. The following
year they were liberated by the American
Army, and went to Switzerland, where he
completed his formal studies in a Geneva
private school. He impressed his schoolmates |
as being plain, good-natured and quiet.

His father has refused to allow him to return
until the “royal question” is settled.

wealth Governments will meet in London |
May 1 to co-ordinate their views regarding |
a peace treaty with Japan.






draft
which has four cardinal facets :

panese have the right to live an ordered com- |
mercial life with opportunities to trade with |
other countries.

a Japanese merchant nawy, of such composi-
tion that it could not be transferred into a
fighting fleet.

ee CC A

TRAINING 10 BE KING

GENEVA.
A 19-YEAR-OLD student prince is enrolled |
course on how to be!

s

Lake Leman.

ant job-—King of the Belgians—which may
soon fall in his lap.

The shy, scholarly Prince waits calmly
while history-in-the-making shapes the
course of his life, and his father King Leopold

Crown Prince Baudouin, of Belgium, pores
for an import-






struggles over the problem of returning (0) >

the throne.

The exiled King announced that he is pre-
pared to yield his royal powers temporarily
to his son if the Belgian Parliament recalls
him to the throne. This would open the door
to agreement among the nation’s three major
political parties. :

Under the watchful eye of Belgian profes-
sors. Prince Baudouin studies English, Flem-
ish, advanced mathematics, literature, his-
tory, law and_ physics. Between private
lessons, he reads Belgian and foreign news-
papers, and occasionally takes a stroll about
the estate.

The Prince became heir to the Belgian
throne at the age of three when his grand-
father King Albert plunged to his death from
a Swiss mountain cliff. And less than a
month before his fifth birthday, his mother,
the popular Queen Astrid, was killed while
motoring in Switzerland with the King.

Belgians remember the young Prince as a
precocious serious lad in a formal white cos-
tume, occasionally appearing in public beside
his tall, soldierly father.

The German Army rolled over Belgium
He and the other child-

back to Belgium. In the castle of
in the Ardennes, where he was
he lost

In 1944 Prince Baudouin and his father

He has not lived in Belgium for ten years.

Consequently, the Prince has not assumed
his seat in the Belgian Senate, automatically
conferred on royal princes at 18, and has not
begun military service.

His tutors are trying to make up for two
serious gaps in his training—early removal
from the Helgian people, and lack of the tra-
ditional English schooling, such as at Eton,
where his father studied.

Peace Treaty With Japan

LONDON.
the British Common-



EXPERTS from

They are expected to incorporate in their
the British Government’s attitude,



1. Opposition to a harsh peace treaty.
2. Appreciation of the fact that the Ja- |

3. Agreement to the re-establishment of

4. Sustained efforts to prevent a rebirth

of an aggressive Japanese nation.

The High Commissioners of New Zealand,

Australia, Ceylon, Pakistan and India will |

attend the opening meeting along with Ern- |
est Bevin, the Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs, and Patrick Gordon Walker, Secre-

tary of State for Commonwealth Relations. |

Afterwards the talks will be on an official
level with sub-committees being appointed
to deal with various subjects. '

The British Government already has ex-
pressed the view that the Japanese peace
| treaty should be formulated by :

the war against Japan.

|

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tion. And Emily herself—did she | (b) The

countries which

suffered from

not find a little Britishness infil- | Japanese aggression.

trating her defences? I have the }
impression that when she went
back to the States, “home,” as she |
calls it with a touch of defiance, |
she was a little worried about her-
self. Her vowels.were still Ameri-
can, but where was her heart?

: : | known.
At least a province of it had

|
been Icst to England, as a kind of
49th state handed over to us under

Marshall Aid. |so far have not deviated from that attitude.

Indonesia and Burma, for example, would
| fall into both categories B and C.

The attitude of the Russians is also well
They want the Treaty with Japan
-| to be drafted by the Foreign Ministers of the
United States, Great Britain and Russia, and

(c) All those countries with an established

(a) All the countries which took part ’
,

| interest in the Pacific. |
}

It is vigorously opposed by the United

)

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But it is clear that the Major is :
typical of nobody. How does one Then there is the selfishness of | {
classify a Regular Army officer British husbands, in a land Hers is a book which is spirited, |
who suddenly becomes Camoens where the women never stop free-spoken, alive with personal- | States and Great Britain
Professor of Portuguese at King’s working—"I'm a spoiled American ity. .
woman. I am, and I wouldn't It puts down Emily’s exasper-

College, London?
Of the Major we get

refusal to

work”) his pregnant

temper,

|i illusion about England i
her husband, “the Major,” is
| the Hunt



a full length
portrait, his hobbies, his picture of
himself as a “doomed rentier,” his
mend fuses (“women's
British
silences, his flashes of bad British
The Major being rude at
Ball—and being provoca-

stand for it.”
Gossip Died

But how
behave like a



»ften she wanted to
British husband,
“dropping into the kitchen occa-
sionally in a whimsical way” as



ated, admiring affection for the
British, using to the limit and

never once abusing the right to| in concert with the two other bi

v ght t r big powers. In
plain speech of one who has mar- |a meeting of all interested i Ba ot
the voice of Russia would not be dominant.

ried into the family.

—L.E.S.

a

For The Gas Bill



England to me is, surely a not-
able addition to our books-in-law.

The latter feels that Russia would use the
conference as a propaganda platform, with-
out showing the slightest inclination to work

There always is the chance, of course, that
Moscow will boycott the meeting altogether.

“Joke”



ain

To the Editor, The Advocate modity which is offered at a ELIZABETH L. ARCHER; Man- What Mr. Chenery said in ef- ister can now make a decree and Hartley (we are the masters
SIR.— Sometime in the year cheaper rate? !! It might read to ager of Windsor Hotel fect was that British law had a British citizen can be convict- now) Shaweross, his junio
1948 we were promised through the outside world like a huge A. E. TAYLOR: Manager of been so admirably built up on ed under that decree; and he has chirped jubilantly: “Admini oo
Royal Hotel foundations of impartiality and no right to appea) to the judges. tive law has otene to stay.” 7h

â„¢ iS s

the columns of your paper that
we would be getting Natural Gas
shortly, Later in 1949 a letter ap-
peared in your correspondence
section from the Manager of the
Ges Company offering an explan-
ation to the Public, and setting out
that the Company had gone to
considerable expense and troubie
and had dane all in their power
to give this commodity to the pub-
lic, but quite naturally they had
to have a “emunerative price fixed
at which it wou'd be sold, and a

for this joke.

one

presented to

joke! but as we have ascertained
from actual figures, we are pay!"s

During the past six months, we
the undersigned Hotels operating
in the island could have actually
effected a saving on our Gas Bills
of approximately one thousand,
hundred and eighty
dollars ($1,183.00) had the Bill as

passed. The average saving to G.
the largest Hotel being approx-
imately $64.00 per month

NORMAN M

B. M.

three of Berwick

the House been

W. R. SARJEANT: Manager of
Hastings Hotel

ager of Ocean View Hotel.

. HOWELL: Proprietress
of Sea View Guest House

Cc. M. HASSELL:

A. B. KNIGHT:
Stafford House
Cc. HARDS:

Enmore Hotel

the

ITCHELL: Man-

countries
out-dated. For
Proprietress

Guest House
Manager of

a lead from the

Proprietor of

law and that I

independence from the power of
Executive that
a model from which all civilised
patterned
That is the statement I thought

that recently the boot is on the
other foot; Britain is now taking
tries of Europe.

Let me be careful to point out
that I am quite ignorant of the

it had been Minister. In

their own. law

of authority

it seems to me
Tribunal
ment
tribunals

in
decivilised coun-

should like to get

He can, however, appeal to the
short,
the Minister is now
of the courts.
Justice Goddard,
to
against a decision of a local Rent
1947,
has chosen
masters
tion and to leave the decision o
these cases to them without an
appeal, assuming that
act property. We have no power

ironical that it was this e
Sir Hartley who was aa
Nuremberg to prosecute German
leaders for such acts as the sup-
pression of justice in favour of
People’s Courts. Apparently, if an
evil thing is called by a different
hame it is no longer evil. Lord
Jowett had seen this evil com-
ing and did not like it. It struck
at the very roots of British legal
tradition. At the Lord Mayor of
London’s banquet in 1946 he hac

the law
above the
Lord Chief
stating his lack
grant a writ

of

said. “Parlia-
to make the
of the situa-

they will

Bill hud Beer resented to the the informatior 3 ~ said: “My
House. It was pointed out that, at We hope that this letter might Out of Date ment which T aid nak ee of controlling them as we have temen, yg a a
the price asked for (ie. 2/- per have some influence in getting op to seek last night. It seems to im regard to other inferior courts inheritor and the Bina 7” ae
Therm) the present users of Gas something done about this im- 7° e Editor, The Advocate me that recently a change occur- Another legal ight complained great tradition of inde ce 2
would effect a saving of an average portant matter as quickly as SIR,—Last night in his lecture red in British law which is alien that these tribunals had more We have fought for . mere
of 331/3% on their present Gas possible, as every day of delay ®t “Wakefield” = Mr Chenery to its whole tradition. and which POWer than the police kings. We have éelaiaat a
Account Now it is April 1950 means a greater loss to us. or * ees which struck was important enough to change When this Bill of Government *27!"5! kings. And we are A
i eem 1! I t the Meanwhile will you please ac- a bess a a ee _ There its compiexion and tendency. Sir by decree wa iueed. the '27day to fight for it against th
ept ir thanks for publishing je «4, . however, enough time Hartley Shawcross describes it Govern: t b; a tive’. But that fight was
and any : ° he fF pe unding title of viset J 4 | th its loss wv ent
ill be ve aw which that inde-
u rsigned Sarge that laws may nov while the executive
EAN IVERSON , ee tea =e enforced by Govy- could aging eems to out-dat

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“THE BUSHE
EXPERIMENT’

A Lecture By

J.W.B. Chenery

THAT the Bushe Experiment was capable of great
development in the direction of full ministerial responsi-
bility and cabinet system was told to a large audience by

Mr. Justice

field on Wednesday night.



Mr. Justice J. W. B, CHENERY

~ BICYCLE >
LOST

7. . LOSS of a bicycle valued
$82 was reported by Clem.
ent Jackman of Chapman Street.
He'stated that the bicycle was
noved from outside S, J. Rock’s
hop at Milk Market on Wednes~-



; FIRE of unknown origin
broke out at Hope Planta-
ion. St. George at about 10 a.m., on

"Wednesday and destroyed tnree

and a quarter acres of third crop
yipe canes. They were insured
and belong to A. G. Gale of the
same plantation. A

8S ACCIDENT occurred over

the Victoria Bridge at
about 9.50 am., on Weanesday
petween a bicycle owned and rid-
den by Frank Bynoe of Culloden
Road and a motor lorry. Bynoe’s
ieft foot was injured.

NOTHER ACCIDENT occur-

red on Broad Street at
about 12 noon on Wednesday
between motor car T-54, owned
by H. B. Mahon of Lion Castle,
St. Thomas and driven by Roy
Layne of Chapman Village, St.
Thomas, and a bicycle owned and
ridden by Keith Porter of Hinds-
bury Road.

The rear wheel, handle bar and
generator of the bicycle were
damaged.

HE 20-FOOT FISHING BOAT

“Lady Gracias” owned by
Byron Adam, of Christ Church
sank about 11.30 a.m., yesterday
when it encountered rough seas

and high winds south of the
island.
The crew of three returned
safely.

N ACCIDENT occurred about
7.55 a.m., yesterday on Has-
tings Road between the cars
X-428 owned by Walter Corbin
of Christ Church and driven by
Ivor Corbin and X-1084 owned
by the American Consulate and
driven by Albert Nyrrin of Marine
Gardens, Christ Church.
Both cars were damage”.



Dockyard Was No
Bed Of Roses

Work on the Bermuda dock-
yards was no bed of roses, but one
could make a living, Edmund
Thompson told the Advocate yes-
terday.

Thompson was among a batch

of 20 who returned from His
Majesty's dockyard, Bermuda,
or Monday. He has been em-

ployed in the dockyard for eight
years,

Although in Bermuda for eight
years, Thompson could not say
much about the place or condi-
tions. “I spent my eight years
looking after my personal busi-
hess,” he said.

Thompson enjoyed his stay
there but he was glad to return
to Barbados,

The cost of living in Bermuda
is very high—rather, much high-
er than it is in Barbados—but tha
wages were good. American cur«
rency is generally used. The
Ainerican dollar is worth $1.20

ere,

The immigrants in Bermuda
Worked on a basis. A single man
Working on the dockyards could
family
it difficult.



More Equipment
For Seawell

A welding plant, a roll of hose
tor paris, batteries, tools anc
cylinders of gas arrived fron

tinidad yesterday by the Zits

Wonita for use in the constructiot
runway at Seawell.

Zita Wonita brought othe:
argo for Barbados. This includec
Cédar boards, asbestos roofing,

compound and 155 ton
coai.

Eel which brought 41‘
bags of copra from Grenada. O!
Wednesday evening, the Mermaic
+ arrived from Dominica wit!

900 loose cocoanuts aad 26 cord:
of firewood.



What's on Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00

am,

Football at Queen's Park at
5.00 p.m.
et Ball at Y.M.P.C. at
1.30 p.m.

Police Band at

Hastings |
Rocks at 8.00 p.m, |

crite
a

J. W. B. Chenery at the British Council, Wake-

Mr. Chenery was lecturing on
“Ministerial Responsibility and the
—" Experiment” in Barbados
and among those present were,
Mr. G. H. Adams, M.C.P., Dr. H. G.
Cummins, M.C.P,, Mr. F. L. Wal-
cott, M.C.P., Mr. M. E. Cox, M.CP.,
the four members of the Executive
in the House of Assembly, Mr.
A. E. S. Lewis, M.C.P. and Mr.
R. G. Mapp, M.C.P.

_ Mr. Chenery began by mention-
ing the fact that the constitution
of Barbados had remained un-
changed from the time of the early
settlement in 1627, until the great
constitutional crisis of 1876.

_ He said that after Emancipation
in 1834, the Colonial Office realised
that the representative Assemblies
which had _ hitherto functioned,
were not properly designed to
meet the new order of society.

In 1939, the Colonial Office be-
gan the process of abolishing
representative assemblies in the
various West Indian colonies and
converting them into Crown Colo-
nies. That process was carried
through more or less _ whole-
heartedly and culminated in 1865
when Jamaica surrendered her
constitution and aiso became’ a
Crown Colony.

The Colonial Office had
always felt the newly eman-
cipated masses needed a
powerful arm of the Crown
as their guardian and protect-
or and that the only means of
making such guardianship and
protection effective, was to
vest in His Majesty’s repre-
sentative, powers which were
not consistent with the old
representative system.

In Barbados, however, the
inhabitants, unlike the majority of
the other colonies, had always
prided themselves on their consti-
tution and were always disposed
to put up a sturdy fight against
any attempt from whatever quar-
ter, to lay impious hands on the
ark of the constitution.

Sir Conrad

The crisis of 1876, though suc-
cessfully surmounted by Barba-
dos, had made it clear that some
change was essential in their
legislative and administrative pro-
cesses, and the genius and states-
manship of Sir Conrad Reeves as
he afterwards became, adapted to
the circumstances of this colony,
the Executive Committee system
which had been tried without con-
spicuous success in Jamaica and
other West Indian colonies.

The Executive Committee Act
was passed in 1881, and was one
of the foremost land marks in Bar-
badian constitutional history. Be-
tween 1881 and 1946, the system
worked without any serious break-

down, but with the growth of
political parties in Barbados, it

became obvious that the time was
not far off when, in conformity
with the political practice of near-
ly all parliamentary democracies
within the Commonwealth, the
party to whom the electorate had

most largely given their confi-
dence, would be required to
choose from among themselves,

the members who would sit on the
Executive Committee.

The great secret of British
success in the art of Govern-
ment, had been the cabinet
system which in the words of
that great political philoso-
pher, Walter Bagehot, had
proved to be the hyphen be-
tween the Executive and
Legislature and between the
King-in-Coun*il and the
King-in-Parliament,

Nearly all modern democratic
institutions had adopted the more
or less complete manner, the cab-
inet system which English political
genius had devised.

In Barbados, hitherto on the
Attorney-General, had fallen the
burden and task of conducting
Government business in the House
of Assembly and explaining Gov-
ernment measures and carrying
out those functions generally
which in other communities, fell
to the lot of the Prime Minister.

With the illness of the Attorney-
General in April 1946, the Gov-
ernor of the day, Sir Grattan
Bushe, seized the opportunity to
make the four members on the
Executive from the House of As-
sembly, responsible for the admin-
istration of various departments in
the House of Assembly, and later

that same year, he exercised his
prerogative and prevented the
Attorney-General from standing
for election for the House of
‘Assembly.

In his prorogation speech
on October 1, 1946, Sir Grat-
tan adumbrated his scheme
which he called tentative and
experimental and which had
come to be known as “The
Bushe Experiment.”

In that speech he maintained
with great emphasis that the
whole parliamentary system was
designed to obstruct and thwart
the speedy despatch of public
business and might have served
well in the days when vigorous
and speedy action was in the
prime desideratum, but was hope-
lessly unsuited to the modern era
when emphasis must, above all, be
placed on speedy and effective
action.

He also stressed the fact that in
their constitution, ibe Covernor
possessed full res," \caislity and
no power, and the Houst: possessed
power and no responsibility.

In his scheme he said that the
Governor would call upon that
member of the House whom he felt
would be most likely to be able to
command a tnajority in the House
of Assembly and ask him to sub-
mit the names to the Governor for



membership on the Executive
Committee
Sir Grattan left Barbados:
before the House convened
after the elections and it was
left to Mr. Rankine who was
Acting yor, to institute
tee 4 see
\
Di | ~
is erdict mn the orKing
f the experiment

nounced in its favour.

MRS. STOUTE of Ebenezer Girls’ School demonstrates the method
Loom at the Exhibition of Handcrafts held at Wesley Hall Boys

ground can be

HANDY
TEACHERS

Boys and girls of the Elemen-





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



ON

= —

.



of operating the Weave Master
School yesterday, In the fore-
seen various patterns of multicoloured scarves.

ay



Col. Michelin
Inspects

3 Inspector
Dismissed





-
co ppayyecndl of ae island can Inspector \ E. Worrell of the Regiment
stonlethicn aress, Xnit a pair of Sanitary Department of St
or woe ieee Bice ee) ane Michael was yesterday dismissed day at 445 p.n tare
ites wales, hie tie from the from his post by the Commission- ados Regiment er the
drat : a eeaae Feige a book oY ers of Health of the parish, and of Colonel Connell, was
The hepattnient “ot Educatio Worrell had been suspended by inspected by the Commandant of
) r : : xe . : ee . } :
in ensuring that this is sc sel the Chairman in Finance Com- local forces, Colonel Michelin, at
conducted vacati a Se wrt oo. mittee for what was termed gross the Garrison.
MEeeo cs 5 sses - 7
‘ ein which orate ce Meglect of duty, in the Black Rock After the inspection, the C.LF
teachers in which expert instruc. ““**S". iol, ee t { : re, vie
tion in handicrafts is given ‘and Sa’ Cf which he was in charge, returned to the saluting base, |
the teachers in turn can nase On and it was recommended to the where he took the salute from the}
this knowledge to their pupils Se ee that he be dis- two Companies which marched |
during the school term ssea. ‘ past The soldiers, who looked]
ee ; At the meeting of the Board i ae 7 |
yesterday it which — Inspector smart in their new outfits, receiv- |
- P yesterday i y t spect¢ }
Such a class was held during paiva ce ag =
Tac 70 cunt, P * as Ss t, the emt s
the Easter vacation from April 1] Jey. giving’ much consideration “ol: Michelin was then shown|
to April 21 and the work done by to the Wins nce Committee’s 27Ound to th arious groups of}
> hg 8 was on exhibition af | acoommendation. unanimously de- "2 Who were being instructed |
en ie : ,. cided to uphold it; dismissing ‘2 Weapon trair The Police |
G5 in ® cane Go tae igo Worrell forthwith. They decided to Ban ier Capt. C. E. Raison}
o ) Jungian was » latest ca eet d wa le late egive him three. months’ salary was attendance }
piece of equipment ih use for this: "yo ie. seputce: as. Sanitat |
course. The loom has already ee ee a en cd

turned out some brightly coloured
Scarves, ties, table-ends in D.M.C

and macrame twine and also in
wooi
One of these gaily coloured

scarves would sell in the store for
$2.40.

In the knitting section there
was on display a green woollen
pullover that could hold its own

with a similar article produced by
a professional. Samples of babies
booties, children’s and _ men’
socks in a variety of colours were
also exhibited.

There were few exhibits in the
needlecraft and pattern draftin;:
section but these all had the look

of competent workmanship anc
skilled finishing.

Bookbinding and basketry are
old subjects on the programme

and it was quite evident that the
teachers have gone a long way
towards perfection in these par:
ticular classes.

£10 Awarded
For Dog Bite

His Honour Mr. J. W. B. Chen-
ery in the Court of Origi:fal Jur-
isdiction yesterday grant e
Judgment of £10 10s. for Averil
Scbers of Ellerton, St. George
who claimed £50 damages after
she had been bitten by Almeniz
Amey’s dogs on October 1, 1949
Amey lived in the same district

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared
for Sobers. Amey was representec



by Mr. Ward.
After some evidence had beer
given, Mr. Ward said he woulc

cnly pursue the question of dam:
ages.

Cecil Sobers, Averil’s father
said that he was a potato digger
and seller. He claimed that his

deughter used to work daily witt
him and

he paid her one dollar
per day. His own earnings
varied from $10 to $20 per day
His daughter lost 15 days’ earn-

ings due to her sickness.

He had had to take the girl t
the doctor on three occasion:
which involved doctor’s fee anc
car hire. His daughter's clothes
had heen destroyed.

His daughter, he said, had been
chasing home a pig when she was
attacked by the dogs.

Other witnesses for the prosecu-

tion told how on different occa-
ions Amey’s dogs had _ bitten
other people, destroyed clothes

killed a sheep and once a pig.
Averil corroborated her father’s
evidence. Her mother said under
cross-examination that Averil
did not work with her father but

remained at home.

Before giving judgment, Hi:
Honour said that the case had
been narrowed down to a questior
of damages. The father hac
attempted to boost them up by
alleging that the child used to

work with him every day diggin;
and selling potatoes That, how









ever, had only existed
fanciful imagination,

During the debate last year
on the Colonel Duke affair, the
leader of the House had empha-
sised that incident of that
nature, should bring home to all,

the necessity for complete minis-
terial responsibility and it was
clear that the next step in the de-
velopment of the Bushe Experi-
ment must be in the adoption of
the system of ministerial respon-
sibility and cabinet Government.

At the conclusion of the lecture,
there was a lively discussion and
the lecturer was asked to give his
ypinion as to whether those other
developments could be carried
through without legislation either
of a local or innperial character

The lecturer replied that English
political genius had been remark-
ably fertile in securing the maxi-





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Inspector, Worrell
missed at one time



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on wear occasion after bein rN és“ . e o|
reinstatec 9
Inspector Archer wa als The ‘Potick
brought before the Board yester
day and warned that if the occa- Bits of r¢ n canvas which|/
sion arose for him to be brought ere ce the sails of the Potick|
there again he would be dis- ere lying on the wharf yeste!
missed Afte three months ot |
Archer had been before the ) they were once]
Committee for failing to be on the” sun |
duty on time and especially on ry, a Governme!
particular occasion to which the qdijye; years, was bring
Chairman pointed. ir ese | f sail to the sur-
It was the first time Archer had ‘ He worked in a_ bathsuit}
been brought before the Board { rrie iown with him al
end it was for failing to be on knife
duty on time, but he had appeared Greg can stay under water
before the Finance Committee on yout six minutes. He comes|
ther occasions on other charge rely to take a breath and}
as well. e 06 gain, |
The Chairman pointed out that He had to. make his ry inte
on this particular occasion cabin fer the sail He has not}
which the attention of the Board it any of the ballast which
was being drawn, he had himself he said is at. the bottom of the
seen Archer going to work at a vesce] Here and there Gregory |
late hour. When the matter had gay a few mall fish. When]
been investigated Archer’s only ked if he had seen any large
explanation was that vain hi fish, he answered: “I would not|
fallen. be going back down at all.” Seen
Not Enough therwise were a few barrels and
: ; hook |
The Chairman said that h« Gregor, id that the Potick’s
sure howeyer that sufficient rain )...) over¢ vith sand and the
could not Have fallen to prevent , tei the sand The |
Archer getting to his job, for at cong is soft and should not give
the time he had seen him, another jiuch resistar in the refloatins
Sanitary Inspector actually of the vessel
cn the job in that district He does ot use rope guide|
> Commissioners decided . : a 3°
ik duane the hou of duty, «. . 4 7 ao eee ¢ em
> ' Is not afraid of being trapped i
Sanitary Inspectors must wear t,.. Gain. The place through |
uniforms Failure to do_ this seks: Hea \ teice’ Hie -eacttiia |
would be regarded as a breach of bright while the interior of the
the discipline of the Board cabin is very dark This is his
A Sanitary Incector is given guide from the cabin of the
two kyaki suits and a pair of \ eck
shoes every year. He receives a “Diving does not effect me in
hat every other year ny way,’ Gregory told the

Ad
vocate, “but fhis particular job i
very difficult

one

Case Adjourned



iJearing in the Court of Erro: * “HH! t 29
of the case in which Carlisle a : Xpor ers
Headley has appealed against the Xe >
decision of the Court of Appeal ‘ined £4,
in its Original (legal) Jurisdic- ow
tion, in awarding £50 to Seibert
Smith for damages, wa ad- ‘This ji 1 serious offence an
journed yesterauy until May 8 at I am not going to deal lenient!
the request of Counsel for the with you,” said Mr. A, J. H, Hans |
appellant-defendant. chell» yesterday to Lennie Patric

of the Lady Noleen and Reginal

The curse arose out of a collision Walker of Bush Hall when he}
which took place on Barrack found tnem guilty of attemptin
Road, gank Hall, between & to export from the island one bat!
motor car driven by Headley and of ¢ornmeal and one bag of|

bicycle ridden by Smith flour without obtaining a licence |

The occurrence took place in granted by the Government }
June 1948 They were each ordered to pa

Mr. G, H, Adams instructed by £4 forthwith or in default undet
Mr. W. O. Haynes is appearing go two irwnths’ imprisonment, |
for Headley, and Mr. E. K, Wai- P.C. 488 Collymore said he say}
cott, K.C., instructed by Messrs. walker on Apri) 27 pushing
Carrington & Sealy, for Smith cart along the Pierhead. Inside!

= the cart were two bags. When Ber

reached the Lady Noeleen Lennic

£2 FINE FOR ASSAULT Patrice took the bags from him
nd put them on the schoone

Arthur Allen of Reed Street He asked them if they had a per-|
was ordered to pay a fine of £2 mit and they admitted that they
in one month or one month's did not. He arrested Patrice and
imprisonment by His Worshig Ister the same day Walker was
Mr. E. A, McLeod yesterday for also arrested iS |
assaulting and beating Randolf Sgt. King prosecuted on behalf
Squires on March 26. of the crown,

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ered vita! to the security

defence of Australia |

The Government would be en-
titled to determine which indus-
try must be protected from Com-
munists.

Mr. Menzies, in his speech to-
day, listed coal mining, engineer-
ing, Iron and steel, transport and
power as examples of what he}
meant. Unprecedented precau- |
tions were taken today to prevent |
any Communist demonstration in |
or near Parliament House. The
snowy white, modern building—
set in gardens and parks—was in
a “state of siege” as the big House
staff reinforced by police squads
blocked all but the main entrance.

—Reuter.

and



30/-

For inflicting
Winifred

Rita

FINE

bodily harm or}
Medford on March 11
Holligan of Dayrells Road
Was fined 30s. by His Worshiy
Mr. E,. A. McLeod yesterday.

The fine is to be paid in on
nonth or in default serve onc
nonth’s imprisonment. |

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25 YEARS AGO |
(Barbados Advocate.
1925),

April 28

The first annua. dinner of the
Officers Mess to whe Warrant
Officers and Sergeants was giyer
at the Drill Hall on Saturday
evening the 25th inst. Service
was laid for forty-three members

|
Among those present were, Majo:

Hon. Sir Frederick Clarke
K.C.M.G., M.C.P Hon Joh
Hutson, Capt. Weatherhead, Lt

E. Chase,
others

R.Q.M.S

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FRIDAY, APRIE 28. 1954

~PAGE. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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MYSTERY ... THE CITY FEEL THE mt WS ECEIVED
ae Ton sadly cn OF THE ANCIENTS... Ww Oe oie rT eC | x
WE! HOT I AN S| . i } J /
TRAIL OF THE TREASURE)— OF THE Past VL V y= |i ge
oF ALL AROUND J _|7 I a Bis °
ot Hi | ' | | t
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\ i ¥ Pkgs. Wafer Corn Flakes
: Tins Peaches
: 8 » Pears
im
: % » Palethorpe’s Staftorg
: ' : Pork Sausages
| » Palethorpe’
* rpe’s Oxforg
1 | % Sausages
. {
. , x » Palethorpe’s
4 : | | % Cambridge Sausages
anes | | x » Pineapple Jay (2 tb) }
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<9 2, Nitin tat mc ~ ] mie Ma 1 as
cone ; TAKE IT EASY, STIRRUPS! HOLD ON, YOU TWo! AY : iis » Marmalade Jam ( :
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IA OIPFY,../ D I KNOW A WAY IN x Assorted (1 th)
4 “ ots fii % f
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BY FRANK STRIKER of every colour
THE ROOF HAS CAVED IN ON XB yov | GET OUT, TAD! I'LL BE RIGHT BEHIND YOu It cleans, preserves—and how it
TRE HALL! WE CAN'T GET OUT/FORGOT| | AND HURRY! THE ROOF/S Pear ; ‘ ; :
i WE polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert’s.
J Ya) . ,
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fj & “ay
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P HEN you feel listless, tired and) depressed,
vi reason is that your blood is thin and
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and your nerves are weak and undernourished,
Le) New red biood-corpuscles
What you need is a course of “Sanatogen’ Nerve
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PLASTIC 36” wide in White Blue, Lemon & Pink 60c. per yd. The word ‘Sanatogen’ is a registered trade mark of Genatosan Ltd., Loughborough, England
I i ughborough, B
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multi colour 36c. each j :
f if
! VELVET RIBBON in Red, Black, Navy amd Green Kf
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Nf YOU CALL YOURSELF A LAD\)]

EHF BUT YOU STOLE THOSE
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1 We ” ” * t Boil 2 cups ¢ Cook it, stirring, «
All complete with Switchbuards and Automatic Voltage tf Quaker Oats.
Regulators. i
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= DOL WOULD RETURN TOLEAD THEM | | PHANTOM® LAW AND FORGOT | | | THAT THE APE (DOL HAS COME To do, do, do. PANTIES & BRIFFS | maceaity seated Units all Steob Bom
S THE WAL | BUT THE PHANTOM ENDED THESE | | THE/@ WARLIKE WAYS ++ OR LIFE ANDLEADS THE DURUGU | —Fink and White |
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WORSH/PED 4 } % “e
ANCIENT S70" i
THE APE /D0L+ ..c/R

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Week Sun
$1.00 1.29!
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ANNOUNCEMENTS i =—=—==_
LE per word | HOUSES
RENT » ” 02 Oo RENT —-One furnished apart-
for ‘ . a : an : Sands, Worthing-on-Sea.
WANTED : alae Aine for further particulars
‘ per wor ‘a ne d 4 Lashley. 27.4.50—-4n
eam charge | rite MEALOW, also Flat, facing sea mai:
ae SOReete ean es from May ist
SALES ,| Aue , Eng ths with heaters
puBLIC 08 -10| showers, telepho: Pee
| oh phones, verandahs. Tele
a AND REAL phone 2949, 31.3.50—t.f.5
line FLAT- , :
TE per agate os ag 1,50 | eo ne Bay _Manison, fully furnished
ESTA’ 4 e of 120 | hs ia on conveniences, from ist May
Beet ae ia 3 27.4 50—2n
NOTICES = -08 16 seid
‘agate line . Gardens, Chris:
bungalow
241 sq. feet land Can be
Â¥ appointment.
A. Pierce. Phone 3348 or
DIED ee. 28.4, 50—Tn
— GBORGIANA. Yesterda”) ~ LAT '
ALLEYNE eraee e. Funeral! ! ; AT . betairs flat with 3 bedrooms
ane her late residence at West- antsy Diet in each For further
t 5 o'clock this afternoon | POPU Cwors Dial 3696
es: s Church. Friends are} _ 28.4.50—t.2.a
s Leona
Valsus. ae «-—downstairs with one large, cool
284.50 ‘ erad available from June lst:—Also
pears ys upstairs available from May
ony Thee: Ainetey | 3° or further particulars dial 4506.
pEANE—JESF IN 1 late residence at -8.4.50—In
will leave t 4.30 this after- _ ay a al
t Street at 4. , GRAND VIEW— Government -
and thence to the errr ‘ months, July to October, Apt ri
noon ,, te on 28.4.50—4n
MIA ENE ' ornare ee St _ Peter, fully furnished
BLICIA DEANE. ic a har able immediately till July 3st.
CHARLES 28.4.50— ent most reasonable to careful Ten-
ant For furt

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FOR SALE |



1939. Good
. Ring 396?
r 28.4.50~3n

stiac Conyertiable Coupe
ar Passenger in good order.
Reasonable price for quick Sale. Phone
$398 or 2749. 28.4.50—7n

fluid
MOTOR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P
flywheel

8



1
drive—always owner ridden,
tr ar with two ‘extra tyres

Archer; Redman & Taylor?
Mr. 21.4.50—7n

CARS TRUCKS—At bargain
sees etc. Phone 3453.
27.4.50—4n.

|

ASSIS, 3 tons, for
$2,950.00 Courtesy
28.4.50—-3n

BEDFORD CH
1960 te delivery,

Garage, Dial 4616.

a SS t ;: : 5
FORD ENGINE; One V-8 Ford engine
and 9 in good condition, axle.
shaft, ring-gear and pinion, and
is, Enquire Auto Tyre Com-
pany, Igar Street. Phone 2696
oe 28.4.50—t.f.n.



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ICAL
cA Two (2) second han
suitable for tuition, appir

Bornn Rum Co.
eT o— 28.4.50—Sn..

—————$— —$—
HYDRAULIC TIPPING BODY. New,

00, 4 cubic}
available. from stock $800
yards city—Courtesy Garage, Dial}
616 “ncaa, 28.4.50—3n. |



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MISCELLANEOU
ALUM BLOCKS—Keep one handy in|
uit yourself when shaving—a |
perl aatzing KNIGHTS DRUG |
27.4.50—2n |
—— |
CROID INSOL GLUE for wood workers |
no heating, Croid Chinaware Glue at all
sore. The General Agency Co. (B'dos)
ltd, 14 High St. 23.4. 50—€n

ee
COSMETIC BAGS-—-All colours receiv-
ei—Just the thing to carry your rouge,
Lipstick & Powder in. 2/6 each
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
27.4.50—2n

a
FLOOR POLISHERS—A few Johnson's
Beautiflor fa tae an yeni
DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrica pt.

22.4.50—6n.



en gr
FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
incomparable Forest Green Sun Proot
special
distempers Paints $6.84 gin.
$3.5) gin. They are Here.
A. BARNES & Co,, Ltd.
25.4.50—13n



ielicaiinenibterstenemmmneees
GLADIOLI BULBS - Variety of “4
colours just received from Holland
Apply: J. W. Barrow. Phone SL eecchine

21.4.50—7"

TRON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron
tail windows complete with shutters.
Sie Git x 4ft. Suitable for garage or
bond. Enquire Gardiner Austin’s Build-
ing, opposite Plantations Ltd. Broad
Street or Phone 2696



28.4.50—t.f,n





PAINTS—1,C.I. Special offer Gloss
Paints. $3.45 per gallon. Come and get
them. A. BARNES & Co., Lt¢.

25.4.50—13n

POWDER PUFFS — “Betty Lou”.
Different sizes—Also fluffy ‘puffs in
different colours and puffs with long
handles—-KNIGHTS DRUG STORES.

27,4.50—-2n

RECORD CHANGERS—Anorner lot of
these to hand $31.00 complete. Dial
DaCosta & Co., Lid. Electrical

22.4.50—6n
—_—_—_————__

SINGLE RECORD PLAYERS—What

You have been waiting for $16.60. Dial
378. DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Flectrical
Devt. 20.4.50—6n.
TE —_—

SAND—Genuine Land Sand. can, be
any part of the island. ‘an-
tect D. Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew
2231, 26.4.50—2n

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(Bulova) Wrist
Cecil Wood C/o M/S N. â„¢
Dial 3306. 28.4. 50—1:

th te
PURI FG voricrs

—————
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for private Christmas Cards from
No previous experienc
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tw Book to Britain’s largest anc
most Publishers; highest commission
marvellous money making opportunity
Ynes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victor!

NOTICE
JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
to attend a meeting at Com-
1 Hall on SATURDAY 29th
) at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
MER, Manager of C, F. Harrison's
Dept. will explain a scheme
oping the wood working in-
8 as referred to in a
this paper by Mr
25.4.50—4n

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NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
| by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians
Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
of taking charge of Mid vifery

r 10.00 per month.

must present themselves

O. at his

Peter e “Roseville,”
am.

nm or before April 29th up to
Beer Law enntiina,
22.4. 50—61
NOTICE OF TRADE MARK
DELMA

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her particulars, App'y
Hardwood Alley
25.4.50—3n

RALPH A. Bi
Phone 4683—8402

MARKHAM—On the Sea
furnished or unfurnished 3

with all modern conveniences
stalled for cook: 1

Hastings.

Hastings,
rooms
Gas in-
ing. Apply: Elise Court,
28.4.50—t.f.n

RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 lar
: 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.30
am, and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50—6n
RESIDENCE

2 of Mr. P. C. S. M

A beautiful imposing building a
looking Rockley Bay next to the in
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly
constructed. Fully furnished complete
with linen and cutlery. Studebaker
Car if required. From May Ist for fou
‘o six months. For further particular
apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 afte







4 p.m, 20.4.50—10n

THE FOLLY on Sea, St James, ful’s
furnished. Linen if required. Preferabl
leng term Apply Mrs. Manning. Tele
phone 91-09 28 .4.50—3n

THE BUNGALOW—Maxwells, Christ
Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water. Ligh

Radio, Telephone, also good seabathing

For month of May. Apply to Mrs. J. H
Wilkinson, Erin Hall, Bishops Court
Hill. 26.4.50—3n.

—-——

PUBLIC SALES











AUCTION



By instructions received I will offer
or ne on: gs Ist May on the
premises a HALL VILLAGE,
ST. THOMAS 10 perches of iand with
a wall building at present used as a
club room—which can easily be con-
verted into a nice residence. TERMS

R, ARCHER McKENZIE,

Dial 2947. Auctioneer.



26.4.50—5n.
I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2 p.m
at my office VICTORIA STREET, 6966
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.

23.4.50—5n.

I HAVE BEEN instructed to set up
for sale by public competition at the
Cosmopoelition Garage, Magazine Lane on
Friday April 28th at 2 p.m. several cars

including one (1) Standard 8 one (is
V-8 Ford, ome (1) Austin 8 one ‘1
Flymouth, one (1) Chevrolet Style-

master; also one Chevrolet Truck, 1931
model,

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21.4.50—Sn
Srehisitianaseciemprenepienaneiapnapeidastninindittdhtiiiesiectanitineniaes

3y instructions from the Commissions
“f Police I will sell on MONDAY tet
ay at Central Station beginning
2 p.m. the following:—One (1) ladies
varasol, one (1) brown leather purse
vith silver chain and key attached. one
1) bicycle frame, one (1) fruit tierce
wd many other items of interest.
Terms cash.



DARCY A, SCOTT,
Gov, Auctioneer.
28.4. 50—3n,



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 3rd,
Thursday 4th May we will sell by order
of Mrs. John Drayton the House ap-
pointments (Antique & Modern) of
“Canefield House’ St. Thomas
which inelude:—Old Colonial
tal Dining Tables, Escritoire Hepple-
white Sideboard & China Cupboard,
Sheraton Hall Table (Brass Claw Feet),
Liquor Cases, Card Tables all in old
Mahogany; Handsome Chandeliers;
Uphols; Couches & Chairs, Rugs, Car-
pets, Curtains, French Mirrors, Electric
Table and Floor Lamps, Wall Candle
Prackets, Chipendale Desk and‘ Chair,
Cabinet; Uphols. Leather Seat Chairs;
Bookshelves and Books; Old China,
Shef: Plate, Silver and Glass; Set of
Table Cut Glass, 51 Pieces; Venetian
Brandy Set, Barrel Shades, Brandy
Glasses, Crown Derby Coffee Cups and
Ornaments, S.P. Waiter Cruet, Coffee
Urn, Entre Dishes, Silver Spoons, Forks,
Salt Cellars &c; Plated Candelabrae,
Dish Covers &c; French Tea-Coffee Ser-
vice Sangaree Glass; Wrought Iron Suite
tf Verandah Furpiture (very nice)
Valuable Chinese Painting, Barometers,
Stairs Carpet; Tall 4 post Mahog; Bed-
stead, Single Wood and Iron Bedsteads,
Deep Sleep Mattresses, Old Mahog:
Linen Presses, French Press, Chinese
Camphor Chests, Military Chest of
Drawers, Beautiful Tall Boys, Linen;
Ping Pong Table 4 burner G. FE. Elec-
tric Stove, Elec; Kettle, Toaster; Kit-
chen Utensils; Garden Chairs & Ben--



2

Pedes-



ches; Flood & Spot Lights, Orchid
Plants, Chrysler Windsor Sedan Car 1948
Westinghouse Refrigerator, Kelvinator
Deep freeze.

Inspection Monday Ist May from 11
30 a.m. to 3 o'clock, The Car will be
sold Tuesday 2nd at 2-o’clock The

Stove, Deep Freeze and Refrigerator ov
Wednesday 3rd. Sale 11.30 o'clock.
Terms strictly cash.



BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers
REAL ESTATE

WE will set up for sale at public

te and credentials to | competition at our Office No: 17, High

Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m. .

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

Sea annes oY day between 10 a.m
and 12 o'clock noon. :

oc.” etuer particulars and Condi-

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Snow Makes Balls





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Invisibl | |
nvisible Marri esd
iti 1 arriages
= DEAL, Kent, April 25 |
ie second day’s play im the : i
English Amateur Golf Champion- ega Ize
ship on the Roval Cinque Sports
— course was abandoned BONN, April 27. |
c wing i heavy wena oa r :
Borne at O deavy snow. The West German Parliament|
se a a bitter northerly wind to-day took an important step to}
ee ta ad cone _Stoppage of! fulfl the abrogation of the
ene hid “se nour ‘after early start-| infamous Nazi Nuremb- rg mar-
fiete or the ieee ae the full! riage law directed against the
: ce caddies nee ‘ aw ermitting
were sent out as far as the ninth sees. It pease a: lave permaming

green, which some players had
reached, to inform them of the
temporary cessation of play and
t was not long before the
specially convened committee
meetin decided to abandon play.
Balls became invisible on the
snow carpeted fairways, and
when they were found they were
coated in ice and snow to make
them many times larger than
their regulation size.

Today’s pay at Deal was t
second of two str
rounds to decide
for the match play stages.
athe week there
been 36 holes semi-finals but
these have been reduced to 18
holes which will help to make up
for the day lost by today’s aban-
donmert.

he
ong qualifying

were to have

—Reuter.













Young Lady for our office Apply by
letter and in person STANFIELD
SCOTT & Co., Ltd. 25.4.50—t.f.n
————
_IMMEDIATELY for at ieast 4 weeke
OUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club

Bathsheba. Applications in writing.
22.4.50—6n

ee

SITUATIONS VACANT

ASS'STANT FACTORY ENGINEER
situation vacant for Assistant Eng’









*sident at Roseau Factory, St. “ci:
\pplicant mubt have had at least 5 year
Sugar Factory experience, preferably
nore, and be between the ages c

u 4 yeurs Partly furnished 5 re
ungalow supplied and 3 months lung
fe.ve home given every three years
‘ith passages paid far self and « ‘fe

\pplicant must supply testimonia
sdte present salary and sa

and
ary expected



Applications to be addressad to ‘Pe
Roseau Co. Lid,, St. Lucia, B.W.1
28 .4.50-—3n
FACTORY CHEMIST
Situation vacant for Spgar. Factory
Chemist resident at Roseau Factory.
St. Lucia, but also in charge of chemicz!

control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Laicia,
about three miles distant by motor
road. Applicant must have had at least
3 rs Factory experience, preferably
more, and be between the ages of 25
and 40 years. Partly furnished 5 room
bungalow supplied and 3 months long
leave home given every 3 years with
pessages paid for self and wife. Appli-
sant must supply testimonials and state
present salary and salary expected
Applications to be. addressed to The
Roseau Co. Lid., St. Lucia, B.W.I.







28.4.50—3n.
‘ISCELLANEOUS
LIQUOR LICENSE by 30th June.
4. E. Taylor Ltd., Coleridge Sireet
Jial 4100. 28.4.50—2n.





PERSONAL





“he public are hereby warned ogainst
uving credit to my wife INEZ STRAKER
nee Beckles,) of Harmony Hall, Rich-
mond Gap, St. Michael, Barbados as 1
‘o not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt «-
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me,

LIONEL A. STRAKEP.
C/o C.Ss.K.,
Curacao, N.W.5
28.4. 50—h

Publie Sales-—Contd.











REAL ESTATE

“ALCOTT”—Situate at the Stream

Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236] Withdrew

Square Feet of land, with right of way
to Worthing Beach.

The house contains gallery, drawing
end dining roem, three bedrooms,
pantpy, kitchen and usual out-offices.
Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard.

Inspection on application to the tenant
Mrs. Watkins every day (except
Sundays) between the hours of 3 and
6 p.m,

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street on Friday the 5th of May 1950 at
2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
28.4.50—Tn



EVANTON
Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Half
Acre. A delightful new modern Resi-
dence, having three Bedrooms, A large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,

Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. Aj} visit to Rome.

choice of a fourth bedroom if Lounge
becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside,
‘Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
Two Car Garage. Price £4,500
nearest. For further particulars apply:
Ralph Phone 4653-8402. 25.4.10—3n .

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







same.
D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine Lane, or
dial 3743. 27.4.50—4n
———

“REST HAVEN” — Brighton Peach
Small house, all conveniences, neat
beach and bus, Low land rent. In-
spection on premises at any time or
Phone Owner at 3188. 28.4. 50—3n.



DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINI

PREMISES. Containing approximately
4,632 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
Street. ;
A substantially erected stonewa!!
building in good condition comprises:

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
store rooms, entrance to garage. Front-





other facilities,

UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large
ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room. Front verandah.

Electric light, power and water are
installed throughout. Inspection »y
appointment. Phone 2297.

The above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
sigued on Friday the 28th., April 1950
at 2 p.m. For further particulars and
conditions of sale apply to

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitogs .
James treet
nn Sr

We will set up for sale at public com-

netition at our Offce No: 17, High St





e, a to the undersigned :— z
heneby: Tane, Hull, Yorkshire, England. ae SP corran CATFORD, & CO | Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
Dror ete notice:— ‘ 16.4.50--'On | April 1950 at 2.30 p.m.:—

‘that they are the ‘ : Tg ES
Tut in, of the A word trade) ————————————————— é All oe ) mesrunse oF
. ” o yellin,
; rapes = —s Crenmas (seins an i. a Houle and the land thereto belonging.
is usual yo SR Mg «Base er ae are me. — oo containing by admeasurement 3,024
good tas acka; oS Seren | ee feet of i | square feet or thereabouts situate at
on the p. ges containing The house is built of stone and con-| ‘os utaeatonte
4 oh mark is regis-|t-ins gallery, drawing, dining, | sitting oo tion any days except Suncays
Hn Gre the er of Trade tmarks| end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen, spefication » iy glenn
iat” verti No. 0038 in | vO eee ann » eet) por further particulars, and Condi
cated aed ts the Trade Marks | coms (2 with ne ee one }| tons of Sale, apply to the undersigned:
Al ated 26th May. 1920 Inspection any day (except Sundays Geis CATFORD, CO
i Persons are hereby warned wainst | between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m sal 16.4 5-1
fin wuttingement of the said trade mark | .The above will be set up for sale to
The mand of Barbados. | Public Competition ocnied Oftice in| “BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
e Mutk is a trade muck | [uae Street, | Brid eas ” newly constructed. Three Bedrooms
jo! ‘the = menning of Sectian 16 a) & the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m. | runnine water, All modern convenien-
Stand tise — pt of 1 * j z XY | ces. Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
oun “’ Barbados, ee , anemnae & anaes | ‘Clarke Phone 45230: 8 to 4p.r
SUNNYDALE PRODUC ; | Solici ie ak aes : oe
tat eeninnenin atten, a teat se

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the 32 players| partner Had
Later! concentration. camp

orl Jerusalem this evening,—Reuter.







State Justice Ministries to legal-
ise marriages of racial and
politicai parties who had lived
together though unmarried, but
where one partner had since died.

Under the Nuremberg laws,
certain groups of Germans, main-
ly those of Jewish descent, were
barred from marrying “Aryans”.
Despite the laws many couples
defied the Nazis and lived to-
gether. When the war ended, they
were able to marry, but until to-
day the law had made no pro-
vision for those cases where one
died, usually in a

—Reuter.

DOLLAR
TRICKS

LONDON.

Britain will soen resort to
“tricks” in the drive to earn more
dollars.

Three padlocked books, con-
taining the age-old secrets of
magicians, will be flown to Chica-
g9 in May and opened for Ameri-
cans at the conference of the In-
ternational Brotherhood of Magi-



Will Goldston, who founded the
British Magician’s Club’ with
Houdini in 1913 and died in 1948,
in Folkestone, Kent.

Goldston left the books in the
keeping of 56-year-old Tom Har-
ris of Derby, one of the six British
magicians attending the confer-
ence. When Harris dies the books
go to the British Museum.

According fo Harris only a

“handful” of magicians has

seen inside the books. “There

isn’t a trick which is not in
them,” he said. “Some are

1,000 years old.”

The British magicians escorting
|the books to the conference will
give demonstrations in Chicago,
New York and Detroit

The books give versions of the
famous trick of sawing a woman
in two. In some two women are
used, and at each end of a box.
{In others the box, apparently
| flat, is really curved, so that the
| saw misses the woman in it.

The milk churn escape is also
listed. Houdini, manacled and
wearing only a _ bathing dress,
escaped from a milk-churn under
water. Diagrams show how Hou-
dini hid in his mouth keys which
opened the handcuffs and secret
locks in the milk churn.

The books tell how the vanish-
ing bird cage trick was once per-
formed by veteran Car] Hertz be-
fore a House of Commons commit-
tee investigating cruelty to per-
forming animals. Diagrams show
how the bird cage collap with-
out injury to the bird ‘and is
whisked up the performer's
sleeve.





—IN.S.

Poland Quits F.A.O.

WASHINGTON, April
Poland is leaving the 63-nation
United Nations Food and Agri-
cultural. Organisation (F.A.O.).
Ambassador Josef Winewicz yes-



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terday handed the notice in a
letter to Sir H. Broadley, F.A.O
acting Director-General. Poland

last month from the

World Bank and Monetary Fund
and from the United Nations
Agencies, complaining they were
under American domination.
Withdrawal from F.A.O. will
not be formally effective for a
year. Hungary remains a mem-
ber.
—Reuter.



PILGRIMS TRAVEL
BY AIR TO HAIFA

HAIFA, April 27.

Archbishop Juan Manuel Gon-
zales of Colombia, headed a group
of pilgrims who arrived here by
air yesterday from a Holy Year
To-day, after visit-
ing Nazareth, the pilgrims were
due to cross into the Old City of

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a Gas Boiling Ring
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They're useful when you don't
want to light up a big oven just
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UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES
Extra-Mural Department.
The Resident Tutor’s Address
and Office will in future be





at Sandy Hook, Welches,
Christ, Church. (Telephone
8131),
Appointments with the
Resident Tutor can be made
at the British Council,
i “Wakefield”
WM 28.4.50.—11
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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R., Yacht

‘ern III, S.S. Seabreeze, Sch.

Frances

W. Smith, Sch. Adalina, Sch. Everdene,

Seh
M.V.

Sch. Mary E. Caroline,
Noeleen,

Emanuel Gordan,
Glenwood, Sch.

Seh. Emeline,

Princess Louise,
Sch

Sch. Molly N.

Lady
Jones, Sch.

Henry D. Wallace, Sch. United Pilgrim

9.

andrina R., Sch. Freedom Fleary.

British Cavalier, S.S. Viggohanste,
Stranda, S.S. Tista, S.S. Beresena,
Lady
Gascogne, S.S. Esso Raleigh, S.S. Ri
S-S. Rio Araz, S.S. Brazill,
£.S. Argentina, S.S. Gallia,
Angeles, S.S. Alcoa Runner, S.S. Vall
Constructor,

Atuel,

demosa,

SS. Yamanota, S.S. Geirulv, S.S.
ss

John
{smail,, Ismail Patel, Marian Patel, Shr
Patel Gertrude Showalter, Judith Show-
alter,
brock, John Jayne.

Janet
Martina Weener, Robert Weener

Alexis,

¢



Seh. Lady Zoileen,. Sch. Gloria
Henrietta, S.S. Canadian Cruiser, S.S.

Queen Ann, S.S. Johilla, Sch. Alex-

ARRIVALS
Schooner Zita Wonita, 69 tons net,
Capt Penniston, from Trinidad via
St. Vincent
Schooner Eastern Eel, 45 tons net,
Capt. David, from Grenada.
Schooner Mermaid C., 39 tons net,
Capt. Joseph, from Dominica.
DEPARTURES
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons
net, Capt. Selby, for St. Luria. —

Schooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana.

In Touch With Barbados‘ Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.

S.S, Afganistan, S.S. Brittany,

an inn
nin nin

Nelson, S.S. Beaumont,

s.s.

M.V. Canadian



Argentina, S.S. Sandar, S.S. Gulf-

advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through
Barbados Coast Station;—

their

Los

Aire,

coast, S.S. Christian Holm, S.S. Hera,

SS. Mantallegro, S.S. Mormactern,
S.S. Golfito, S.S. R. F. Me Cpnnel
SS. Del Campo, S.S. Boskoop, S.S
Fred Morris, S.S. Gaines Mill, S.S
City of Coventry, S.S. Macoa, S.8

Pendleton, S.S. Alabama, S.S. Haakon-
heuan, S.S. Castor, S.S. Pachitea, S.S
Scottish Musician, S.S. Sumavis, §.S
Silverteak, S.S. Akepot, S.S. Oanestove,
S.S. Berbice, S.S. Imperial Quebec,
3.S. Lake Canim, S.S. Republica De
Ecuador, S.S. Calliroy, S.S. Elizabeth
S.S. Chilliwaek, S.S. Lloyderest, S.S
Seabreeze, S.S. Abbedyk.



ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L.
From TRINIDAD -— Wallace Pres‘on
Labrie, Shri Pandore, Shnimi

Esther Rosebrock, Henry Rose-

From La GUAIRA—John

Emmanuel, Walter

Emmanuel
Weener

he From ANTIGUA—Elizabeth Parkin-
clans. son, Nellie Robinson.
The books were the life work of] From ST. KITTS—Darreil Leverock

Elsine Leverock.

From ST. LUCIA—Elene Lewis
DEPARTURES—By B.W.T.ALL.


































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Ruddock, Margaret Ruddock, Paul Talbot,
Gerard Alexis, Jacqueline lexis, Milly



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its own Private Beach, consisting of Four Bedrooms, Larjie
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Harry
LaCroise,
fusson, Eugene Masson, James Hummeill,

Davies,

con,

George

Richard
Vera Masson,

Davies,
Betty
Pearl Hummeill, Ralph Carter, Rev,
Robert Jameison, Dolores Cadogan,
‘uzard Kaplan, Brook Smith, Silvestra
Gonzalez, Benita Gonzalez, Albert Blen-
wn, Margaret Stauble, Eric Denny
iarold Archer, Heather Roach, Adelaide
JeFreitas, Joseph Sobers, Beryi Watson
mily Hall, Eva FitzGerald, Valence
Gale, M.L.C., George Jackman, Cleo
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"PAGE EIGHT _ i BARBADOS ADVOCATE deacons. _ a i

Who Will Oppo se West Indies?







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For World Cup |... (oat Bir |) Danee oor signal ee
| weight Champion, was § {
Bh to-day by the National Sh
Games Association of America 1M \ OW i-( 'ASUART

| » |N.B.A. stated that the suspensio!
tt GLASGOW, April 26 wold be in effect unt ‘il a 2 xp 23
. . . . ° . fact to sox for Cn - > os

} he Scottish Football Assovia- fulfills a contrac a 0 * “IE BARBAD'

| . . | tion eae anbenimual that they Séiomons, the al FORO QUATIC CLUB '
‘ | will not send a team to Brazil] Abe Greene te ee oie ‘alee ‘int rf .embers Only)

| | for the world cup series ae ae a ni} SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH BATTERY Hop 5

“ s | at the request of the Britis | 9.68 p.m. —- 200 aah: F
! ri The decision of the Seottish| Boxing oo , ee far ; i St. Lawrence. ‘Yei, gigg i
sthall Association not to send | body claims that Ortiz hac a |
ms vate am fo Brazil for the World |by cablegram to defend 7 a } ree a. (Open 24 hours jy day

Cup series means that there are} against Danny O’Sulivan, | sarveate otis a 1
now two vacancies to complete} Champion. Instead, Ortiz ea aa e
1" the 16 teams, Turkey having]|to fight Vic Toweel, Salata femoris:
ad withdrawn recently. . can titleholder, in Johanne | Laney bo moNtbaun ANCI

He. ona The Scottish Association ad-fon May 20. Wie of Mouth-Organ Db: I . ¢
te 1 or i8 hered to their original decision Ortiz. left New York by = ihe ease £
after a meeting of thé executive ght on the first stage to 3 avers < ‘ :

; committee to-day when George South Africa. It was stated that pms iotnal’ Pesce or Thing TO-MOR
Graham, the Secretary, intimated} i), suspension was agaitust Ortiz N , Pers how
f that the committee gave Serious and not against his title on CLIFFORD CORBIN» - NIGHT

: consideration to the question. London. Solomons stated he “The Master of the Banjo
They decided, however, that} ould hold Ortiz to his contract ANGELA JARDINE 9 nm. — 4am

: having entered the competition —Reuter. “The Songbird of the West” ;
under certain conditions in agree- : GEORGE AGAR Admission 3/-

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+4 En land’s Team W.1. Team Lunch Saseball Results The winners a neineee-us of is Pacellency the Governor s a panis from 7 p.m. — AeA |
in the Home In ernationa our- ov rs age, c . LOTS OF FUN ; j
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: d Results of matches played in the | were eligible for Rio. but the On WEDNESDAY NIGHT 24th AND MUSIC: ON SUND
° P P d major American Baseball Leagues} Sots had announced that they May (Empire Day) 1950 . . ‘ N SUNDAY
Cartoon, Poem Presented y¢sterday were:-— would make the trip only if they 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. a ; : rn
; : Buy a Ticket—Win a Lucky Music for Dancing by SEA BA ‘ |
American Le Boston Red h hich . |
To John Goddard Fork Yougton. Red | retained the championship whic Number. Further particulars HARRY BANNISTER AND BEACK PUDDING |
Sox 2; New York Yankees 10.) they won last season. wil appear later and his Orchestra FOR LUNCH ff
i By John Chambers LONDON _ Detroit Tigers $; St. Louis Browns| ‘Their one zero defeat by Eng- G. WILLIAMS, Pea From. 10am |
; ° > ople attended 6. Washington Senators 5; Phila- | janc Hampden Park on April General Secretary, om 1 am,
Nearly 300 people attended a ‘ : land at ps I G.1.U Admission to Ballroom 2/— |
: lunch given by the British Sports- ¢¢!phia Athleties 3. s 15, meant that England regained We oe ae Menbers Only
| LONDON. men’s Club in London at th National League: St. Louis Car-| the championship. OOO
Ht ENGLISH weather permitting, May 6, with their first Savoy to the West Indies crick- 2 eat pal Wine ¢- lone eee The Scottish F.A. was then SSS SS
; competitive match against: Worcestershire at Worcester, eters and to professional cric'- a Ps Reates. ooklyn ip ainaee by many =" ona a paesitin aout
{ will mark the start of what promises to be a very memor- oun he aoe pepesbers ¥ — , to rons aki <
e the 2 yrofessionals . .
4 able stay for the Wes t Indies Tourir eam of 1950. an ‘ me : von m oo he y Barbados Frier Friendly | .
During their t they will playé A hy vik, pt Football * gs | The position of the vacancies DANCE ai ae
SS matches iuding tout ‘est Navy and Airforce leaders, Pe € ri ootba 4 Association | will be discussed at a meeting = port
In 1947-48, when thé M.C.c care egited the icc ide,| Wélisndt se ae tate Oak wore [of the World Olp OMMMNETE 2 f & |
visited the West Indies, the Eng- were. GInOng a“ Guests. Mr. ie Referee Mr. E. Branch. | Committee in London on Sunday, TO-NIGHT }
land team was defeated rather Jam Griffiths, the Secretary Of Berwick vs Rangers at St. Leonard's. | and further invitations will pro- Whether you
heavily, What can the We fon State for om Colonies, proposed! nefcree Mn. O. Graham | bably be issued. Ticket holders aije reminded yi }
diatis éipect this time the toast and guests’ who were| Penrode vs St. Matthews Old Boys | — eater: .
Although, figuratively, England introduced by the Chairman, Lord |"! Shell. Referee Mr. J. Areher THE 7TH "BARBADOS are
as ) t ‘ i the bridges « Aberdare = ane Jot God ard, | — = Mie Z é .
ee eee caer hae ae ae ot ee ee 00 I Ce RANGEKS’ DANCE Our TWRED
ready atter tion being given to fhe front of the menu carried i which takes place :
the M.C.C. tour of Aust n six a cartoon of the occasion by the | {{{ 3 ‘O-NIGH i f TONIGHT at Queen's Park DEPT. can
months time famous Tom Webster, who pre-| y 22.4.50.—In. help yeu
Many are the rumours of possi- sented the original to Mr. God-| Xt yelp you,
ble inclusiot th team, and dard to be hung in an appropriate | }\§ ‘ ‘
they can serve, to considerable place in the West Indies With} )) at 8.30 j é‘
€ John the caption “sorry we can't off }
G have to face ou this opposition,” it showed ])) . *
i importan ome of the most celebrate; 1 crick- I at | CHECK
it t eter of the past ict Hc bs. })) . cr
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@ are those tv if me ‘ 1 poem on the West Indies, if 1 Excellent for
€, in experien trust original of which was also}|( Sports Jackets, Ete
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tice ind uniess ymeone phen i Games | CREA
+ ow tr aié the counties | Counties who * NEW YORK, April 27, | BEETHOVEN to POPULAR MUSIC CREAM SERGE
» few weel ue the co oO nN ie T sae =
limbering wu t We : } rh utive Board of the Mi
, poet + avd Puke 1 io i ty in Olyt \pic Committee Beethoven, Schubert, Weber, Rachmanihoft GREY FLANNEL
‘|. direction from Er and le has decided definitely to enter a . -
bt But they will have the ; : im in all sports on the pro- |} Paderewsky, Berodine in Light and Dark
r % batting c Although there eathe be the West India ! me S the tirst Pan-American Shades ai
i are five p el n the team ho Pate r thletic Games oi ‘ . . . om , py
{ } at a C " ol it Z ( vet he ¢ i ft ld I The events, originally scheduled lickeits on Sale at THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY
ee es adie’ n the old days, such a tour ¢, 1942 but poste caus and : > D
;S and some of their other batsmen postponed because and at the Door
a would have been us¢d as a of the war, will be held in Buenos |} O., Lip
J _ : ait , testing-bench for the team to Februa 25 to March me CAVE SHEPHERD & Cc ’
yi a : ; tour Australia, but the West 95 1 19 sports will be in- [4 FRONT SEAT $1.50 0, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
a 7 fi: Indies look like straining En {i
tir af land to the point where she Bussnell, Secretary of { BACK SEAT 1.00 Ha
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" England's future is still bleak l P A I N I N S y y . IGATED SHEETS
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T 0 f e Protests Coming In The Virgins 7?.*.riank. Commissioner _Jft$h WrUn Islands hi SST!5' m ovem.nl. %  T"„„, steadily if quie,r l)*V J.PRIL BARBADOS ADVOCATE a -^'i'oVofinclualbn In ja Federation and wil> i£ ijemand tor annexe *' T, United States. They „ i, no disloyalty to !" SU thii—it i. they %  ^Jtr of economic necctIIV in the British Virgin PA1E TIIP.CF. Catholicism jj MOaMMW GaOew And Colour *wTb*ej I JNUox. An ..iholic rime v i l h T^jed ,o what happen! on •SiriSnUl"But last sum*^S, Si U S. decided to -."ijorou-sl.v the immigra. £,. nearly W B "tish Vlr Usndm. ltv.mi illegally in ffulands. had to leave wturned to a homeland SElabsorb them or tlnd MMiBTllwnl—most of the I economy rests on the from stamp sales—and "lacks all the modem w—-radio, cars, cinemas, JWler and sanitary faciliJ be found on the U S. [ Tricked .British Virgin Islands Prov* league, in the "annexa* up calls Itself, claims [^ committee appointed by uoual Onlce to report on a (SHu-lion has been piinto believing they are 1 !" ll o > d reforms tor ;i new svftereas they are to H&nd to a Legislative Coun^ %  %Meh there is some objecL are 6,000 inhabitants on posh Virgin Isles and the II widelv distributed among %  bowing dawn, init the peo| Mt tay on the inlands if n mow elsewhere Yet people complain that the g* re given to people who %  udrN in other West Indian LONDON. I and object to -he British The Colonial Office and the %  Bent policy • %  attempting Ministry of Pood are still Virgin Islandersiin the without news as to when the West and develop the land indies sugar delegation agreed B U P ???_ _*l G ren da c n be expected Ltringj thru %  | impressive fact : i rots :<> ordinal goodwill.Tho Cat ;i h today ne-flfth of the entire Ihe I jthollfk I '"" %  %  *""" '"""' ihan io native' ***M>* itor, „ Mmck XMmn r-rshep ihrrr i. ., Ket| Indsan prteet. T Mrters that the Faith r conLQNDON i Food. ;iftei the • 9.600.000 gallons for thr Rannlnf Ma> |, 1950. The target for the current sear is 9 million gallons MM new goal u baaed n UM overseas sales, three-o,. tnoh m ii dollar rhe Ministry | IM has •dviord the ..OMIT tut Ion thai. provided export supphrs ..re not endangered, il tn.-. no objection to a correspond tin inn-ease of releases by assort*,tlon memher. nn thr hi>me market It is pointed out by iht I t n nrrm that these &f leases by nssociation members KHPFEETO, THEIRTOES! ,. % % %  :, thw Sugar Talks GERMAN CLERGY Split Rumour CONDEMN ANTI-SEMITISM Questions In Parliament %  %  %  i leiftv After referring to Iht unique ''"', IS "*** : racial lalion Ne„ %  llsptae, %  • %  "'• 'e large high-,,, •con. '.' tnree prmclpl, 'cany for ihe o,| of • %  5?" ,J %  la S0O.0MI M the a i 'iit\of iht i mm toil t) Are the nafoniM '" ,H ""am. ' i 1 their n-ay into I ll kl 0 1 oiiM.nirmv iron%  I ''nil* nartni'r 'Sorry I can't SM youl" •Don't let this happen to you ;*2Ki.eryBfiaftlning Amolin. I Dmn.ni6itci,umi BURNS IHI THING TO USI Ik U.NGUENTINt! •reiwhp to nrerl P i tpoi i %  No boll %  <.a, fAoohifOi • •to what tooining, oititoi ITrKHWNnNt ..il at. (o, • aiuivi PAIN • liUHl INtlCIION • etOMO'l HIHNG 1 I l.(>\ %  Ii asked the lit State for the OolonK Mervlmnl Shift liiiihliiify Dm/is [.I. Yaws Expert ]E. Indies Buttle EASY FOR TOURISTS to reach London and there growing belief among certain circles in London that the re~ opening of the affair on the part of the West Indies hsi been dellnitely postponed. The West India OBNSVA. Committee in lxindon stale that jrUt Health Organuution Ihey nave no knowledge about bound Ihut Prof Kenneth when the delegation is coming, of OMventty College, but in trade circles it is strongly i will go to Indonesia on rumoured that there are distinct "•"T" \PT' l n'„"T difference, of opinion among the Un ir,£ &.£ s >""' h -r„ ,v ,r "• "********£-, Children's Emer1 v !" h r J n m c . Sh '*S MS arrival poCU j to combat yaws, ue J !" "ff d or 1M rMt ,or ,h,> ""'*• ,0 hMidle the record number .,f rattly iiwrMsed there "' believe bis •piiM have develAmerican tourists axp* since the Japanese "I*** 1 *"d aa a result, the deleguvisll Britain this summer. lion cannot come with a united Special attention has been paid "tsmnd "f Java alone, rcotrt." said one man to Southampton Docks, which LONDON nmldm,. i to-day. BERLIN. April 27. The All-German Evangelical Synod nwiiRht ended its ,„ lour-day session in East Berlin with Ihe adoption of. a resoHouse of Commons (on Apr. lution condemning anti-Semitism The resolution appealed **3 to Christians Io "renounce all anti-Semitism and lirmly '"dustn in 'hnw s Iv;( nrt .„„ ii lion Ii .lesus Christ." Jff'^jjj %  Right We believe (iod's prnmtse Hrwi Pi to hla rhoaen people of Israel NeKoli.it is still valid despite the .ruri'•••'< %  lixion of JesuN Christ tllrM *bttl ,.,, %  ** our pa*s,b c ,r ' \-iB>ami tolerance lefore Ihe "*endalion mlghl The I'M in.) th* %  %  : be well ad\ i i %  %  %< % Fear Of War turned l LONDON ling. Custom howet. r rtbTlotal population c* r.no% pef cent, of'the Amen'-frdof Mercy, shair the ginlt for lassosaluffeV from vim s n "'d thai Mr. R. L M. ran tourist traffic. "" "*" ••<<•"** %  >•>• % %  to the .lews lte?2 BsftsSsA^ras .sSjh^jttz, ~^^ f ^S %  —< KL^ v^ssLTstt &&&*&$ 'SS^'Ew p down the time it takes for tourists BBji. i-M.1 trains Sir George Seel, new comptrol' Mve I", "ners at Southampton Judgment Wri^Bslll back to ler of Colonial Defence and Wei" n ii rn JT '_" .""^""i ns for comparison f an n f ihe West Indies, sails from matoses from_ other Britain „„ Thursday for Trinidad We beg all Christians measure. renounce till anti-Semitism, ployment handling of wussenger,"willI e.m. nrmlJr ,0 !**• ".""".ever it apMr. Rnaaell: Will to take up his tl'.P. The biggest speedup n££"u'Ma *>" .itlT '"'" 'nde'xlVnd'lnWriOTlv^love let ch Resolution t U.S. Congress A Sugar Import Bun when lie ind.mrreir ,l,-kterminal it. ompleted .( Southampton. It religion w. ••VWVIMI t„ — %  -.-TL_'L.T communities to protect all Jewish r?ulv cemeteru> We t- U The ne* l*rmi^l „,1, mna ., ""^ ,nfll lh d > wi dawn be all Christian ling under putmc .-ontru! '" communities to protect nil Jewish Mr • ook ind The new terminal will mean I speedier and more comfortable leception Cigars CARACAS. Venezuela. W6H1NGTON. April 2. A Venezuelan Sugar Cane „ ICBchoslovakio Embassy Growers' request that reflned pn £ n K ' !" !*' at t-day it had asked sugar imports be prohibited has _£,'"" !" b "I ., 1 Depmrncnt lo transmit been accepted in principle, a mln?"" * olt the imers together waiting lounges and more telelionc kiosks. First cabin and tourist classes' .vhen we can celebrate the victory v of Jesus Christ •.o k ether with the J*' ;.'iL!: < '' r 2!""7:L r T!':' " people'..f M. Slate ho — Kcate. are employed in the cigar try of J, %  BniHd Sutea Congress i istry of Agriculture spokesman ' p !?,J hrouth Cu """h a "d Blntolulion psaaed'oy the announces''" immigration p-BUament calling tor ,i Final acceptance depends on J*****" "!" •* b^"**; off by aw. peace pact. The Cane Growers agreement on live l? n v >' r .„ b l 1 l £"."> c .",>" t laid the resolution was conditions set by the Government. cms Hall, and then on to the Mia tile resolution was conditions set bv the Government. •' ,"\ '^ •s' "" These are being kept secret for the ""Ung trains on the ground floor a a*. I^r% n li-J|L vnilVA'.ii Iv-ui r >. AI •Jon ufead the Hriti Ii moment. A double railroad track under Jam.iK h. at present nn. :npi. %  said "IJetailed ilRures .ire not **MAbl i; : the larger cigar fkketi to have declined fi^mi :dv in 194? to about 1,800 in 1049 It Slkka ilSS^S-X^S. ^bly estimated tSai i nn. e arrested six more Comworker entuloved ttt 'he enai ' U l0 r i, m A "'r rl> '?'" %  ""•>• the whole Police Arrest Six More ANTWERP. April 27 round is&s ,£== sapiSS gg^ss _R...,„ dt.s.aned to stimulate ,aue now*'". be_ aiding the regular staff **" " Soviet Re/alions designed to stimulate rane grow. LDf and sugar refining in the (,unnR ,nc *ona1 rush country. B.U.P . I Frsaa pate 1 I other co-opei.iti<>n cut ibute to an easier solum**A problems." Wrnmcut also iinisaged y of 'improvement" Clergy Accused Of Supporting Propaganda BERLIN, Apnl 27. "Hand Kissing' Storm Apr The East German Chrisliai Democrat Union to-day M i the heads of the Evangelical and I *ith Greece in view Catholic Churches In Ea*t GerLONDON. 1 developments there, many of supporting western proThe time-honoured custom of Hi that "to normalise paganda and bring, ng the clergy British Ministers 'kissing hands" j the Yugoslav Oovarnand the faithful under moral with the King "on nppointnui.r Ittoui \ 0 appoint n new pressure. A lowf resolution pass'>as been described by Prime %  %  • lysce."' ,d bv the Political Committ.iiliit East Ge.-by bir iierbcit Williams, one of many on Sunday attacking ma,n a-tnne Conservative ***> -Reuter. tenaUsm. —Renter. Mr. Kisjaell: Is the Minister port strike begun two days ago. aware that -his tteerease in mThe Belgian Cnmmunict Par.y plovnwnt In the rigar md,i-:rv 15 Pipsr Drapeau" reported 10-day due lo the verv heavv 11 that one ol thus*' detained. Parlnlevied in 'hi country on imported ment Kembei V.m Den Branded Empire 1 igars Will he make was hunger sinking .igainst h.= iepres-nt.r 1.-. 'illegal iletention." hut prison f* 'he Raicnaquei oiBcials would Van Den Bran.i. There was nu npl\ mentary immunity has not lifted. —Heater. B.H. Position Improves L %JI M BD mprovsd positioi. Honduras 1 that Mr. John Smith, un* who are always on the alert lhman who led the flsJ to see that the oid ritual of British Royalty maintained .Mill in.man wno leu ine light ag..insl ,.%  devaluation of the B.H. doll.... £,.,„, HarduxMxl \ Mr Jhn (.r.m-loii *. whai sieps the SecreUo for the 1 'ak.ng is" made and make known %  '. 1 partku I.iiiy housing, of the n. hardwood likelv to U from Brill.h Honduras md HiiliM Guiana. Mr II. Council %  01 M.V73 nrevioua quarter, and %  i fihesi figure recorded sinei %  %  1 v h.r I %  Wa. % %  %  March there gross 111, || |;,. lllrr H %  . %  i.t .a. 1 NO CORRESPONDENTS LEFT IN POLAND 1,,-I.Tl ipondent 1 %  was the lai %  %  i2-isfuii : minute* of ; (oush-caimirif • Vrcki edicolien i FREE YOURSELF from the BONDS OF :0N$TIPATI0N with "MORSES "%& PILLS • OaxUl*. %  •*,(!, • %•*...! TONIC I *••! •**..... I %  .I 1 I I*B*M • ifualtv HII01 -* rot ore* SO runs 1S£_ ^^/V*fi*i BEWARE COUGH DROPS 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 .1. ... ,,., %  & • 1 1 OF WORMS! )"iiliu-S Research laboratory was doinu Need bottle-fed babies be cry'babies ? rrumly not! Baby't ry usually means pain the pain ol mJigi Mi o*'* milk by iiicll you sec. isspt toformaeloi in tomach. Thai's why wise nurses and mothcri aJ^! Robinsons p alC nt Rartey. Thti tasnous cereal enabl. bonle-tcd babies 10 digest their food as easily asltioahcr • %  d prepares ilvir ilgsjih 11 negsM 10 aval *nli •or-iolrf foods iaiei ,-n. '1 ryR.^inaso's'Paieat' Hat. • BU ** how he thrivca. ROBINSON'S *• %  •" %  BARLEY are was the 'eeonder to a resolution alntalned passed unanimously by the Legtarm J ,, ," :n Ljiooratory was doang Sir Herbert refened partlcuInn xpressing grateSl'^L "' '" brln ln ll ,hK larly to Dr. Edith Summerakill. lul tipureciatlon lo the Untlsh '*"*"• "> no,lc al "d Minlsler ol Natiojial Insurance. Government for helping British '' ''" l,v r v '" 'he Colonial Srerewho had ttigned a statutory in-lruHonduras' immediate need* and !f r>r r 'rim.ton -. eommen' ment seven days before her giving the colony a 21.000 tons !?.?' ., r , v r •* p "' ***"• "' acceptance ol ohice seven of> sugai quota. K '.' before the "hand kissing" 11The Governor, Mr Hona'd ocrted from .lollar roontnes when questioned the legality ol th. .„' Garvey. said that unemployment ..' "Z" *"" eminently In unequivocal term* the old la ihe Cokoj was now reduced Tory member was told Ihat In to 1 Mat I'h. t. haf been no un %  bit He also . %  —.n„ ^^ m ,„mrotioB MOtiier Meq waa under a misapprelirrudQii. rest for more thi-n a month and %  %  *• •" l "f* "'" U K ( 'Y V ' "The ceremony ..f kis>ing il is expected that the ban on M %  *" r ~" ** r "aaasital into such problem hands." said thi il is expected that the ban pubUmeetings may soon bt B.U.P Complain tski LOMPOM ha "to which I I lined the traditional manner in subject returns thanks 'or the acknowledgments at His Ms • convenience for an honoo favour conierred jpon him It has no sifniitaarice in rasaWriting letter tlon to the acceptance of the mmBAlMI bureaucracy itenal ofnee in question tricks businesi "•cep'-'nee in fact took place? Union r-r,.rv. ihe signature f the SUtttAn editorial m Prasds H m risey Instrument refened to when rlit hv Moscov.' radio said th he Minuter took an oatn m i-orrect and \r: tsefore f. Mn ,, n#1 i Iori n f complaints frw • 1/srd President Herbert Morworking people is tlv U ^*haaal %  > our in %  %  r.hert William* was toitaliora." But the newspape •istent and ojuoted Lord Hals now being undertaken in neighbouring Veneruela. The Maroons Mr. Tom Drtberg asked the ,„, Secretary of State for the Coloea he "''* "" Tob emt ' "" lr .L an cZ ^l p rship and land ownership of the ine savin Maroon, of Acrompong 'olonial Oftlee wrote lo Mr Drlberg %  r 1* 1048, ha\-e now heer. settled: and if he will make k J' Right Hon Friend (the Minister, is asking the Ooveenor for a r**ort on the Y.*f, ajnjaf EnrlMtd which -Some leastor. enlrurt the work L^^%^ n v nd h n rt,, r. C 3 rai>-* o, r^rng to Mam to ; uro,nw^Th.^"^.-^ •that my Right Hon. Friend hasi not received any further report •mce the letta, quite a long itn Rlaekatoaw tulional and common law Attlee. a barrister, dumfounded | •he many la u the IKini under" benches or the House by saying therefore not sui| -I an aitaial I d* aatt knew o sometimes a letter fal that to******. bM I h*e. e****Mhand of ,h, vwy persons about a? .,2? im SlheJf tv-u^ii £}~~ -— — -vhlch, the c^npMn, .being a r ^ mh J%*"BlJS.I7^S tW Prime Minister resisted *• '^L ZTlZ_ aarlr *Uant httjor. murmured requeeas 'or the turneeremony of British life buried People and do his best ing of any authority higher than away with M less pie^^' te ,~EJ !" 2* *? 'g.? e T l Ixid Halibury and the incident tur-.jue fallariee. af Jlaair tradslasasai inaafwndmoretre-ur* -U** '"JJ,. 0 Mk: Y 3 1 El r lei < %  L O II E s |(i aoasoa i a us ••* eo,,,,,,,,!,,,. ,„ Uy I'MMIM. llll rOSRS I.N M,,. nu. (UI.IIIKS .11 lill. K.MMIOW WITH Will's S\\WMim ( KI.ISI. Ml SUM, Sis c/l ZHappy Season with 3rankie at your Jaoourite Cinema BETTY (*VARRETT .ANN MILLER Ca^iThelbwiV ^\JULESMUNSWN VEWEUEP' m 1 m %  SrMUUS srsmat m aaeiirrub •a MISSsfariaaalaV, 3rd and Thursday 4th May Norntti 111 MtKR and IN — Trrone POWrH M ARIE ANTOINETTE JEFFRHYS BRER VARIKTY SHOW UN II i:SDAV, 2ND MAY


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OCKERS GO ds
TO COMMONS AN,

LONDON, April 27 Lit, _Accuse France
Of Violating |

7PHE London Dock Labour Board to-night warned 14,422
+ official strikers that unless they return to work on :
oe they will be dismissed from working at the docks.

3 | ss . . e j
Mi The Board’s decision, taken at a meeting this afternoon, was Constitution
mderstood to have the Labour Government’s approval.

‘_ Paes - - Meanwhile leaders of the nine | PARIS, April 27 |
; ° day old unofficial London Dock | The National Assembly to-day
Edinburg. +i were “lobbying” members | begun a debate requested by. the
; of Parliament today, as neatly | Communists on the recent clashes
i - 1,500 airmen and naval ratings | between demonstrators and police
eleomes are the 3,500 servicemen hat Brest and Quimper in which

: t Nag moving perishable car- jone demonstrator was killed and
- F . eS . Wi }two Communist Deputies arrest-

fe WL Team _The unofficial Port Workers’ ed. Jacques Duclos. Chairman of
e ‘ een oe the 14,500 the Communist Parliamentary |

; en on strike, decided to send a Group, to-day accustd the Gov-

LONDON, April 27. deputation to the House of Comé ernment of violating the conatl=

the Duke of Edinburgh, Presi-


















































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Party To Be Outlawed

CANBERRA, April 27.

AUSTRALIA’S Conservative Prime Minister,

Robert Menzies, to-day opened his promised
offensive against Communism with a Bill to outlaw
and dispossess the Communist Party, and ban
known Communists from Government and key
Trade Union jobs. To an excited and hushed Par-
liament, he named 53 leading Communists—be
tween them controlling most of Australia’s key
industrial unions—who would be barred from their
posts under threat of five years in gaol.

Britain Sells |‘:
£1,700.000

of the
promise

Conserva-
of five

fulfilment
election

months ago, Mr. Menzies cracked

down hard on every kind of Com-

munist activity in the country.
The

preamble to his Bill, ex-




























mons today to “acquaint member$ , i
‘Bn ( : acquaint 1 tution in pe ting the dete ' ; ,
of the M.C.C., who is in Malta] with the full facts”, of “M ae Lainbont an : " Alain ms] ON es vail . “of “te nk deoteiiods
Y ; Mar F i Alain t »SS > law, s
int the following message to} With the delegation went thé es 7 In Shares meet den hee ;
: Signor Cc x Communists as disloyal elements
Goddard, West Indies Cricket} three men whose expulsi : 7 . . . . ; abr ; ,
” h . pulsion from The Brest Court, after charg- directed from abroad, who were
ain : the Transport Workers Union for ing the Deputies with organising LONDON, April 27 trying to create chaos to prepare
-“{ would like to welcome | their part in last summer's dock ee ee ore ~~ Sir Stafford Cripps to-night] for revolut ye a tar
te to this see agai Be ei ner's D riots, last week released them : yo x Ba\ {for rey ion. In his four and
and your team strike caused the strike rhe provisionally id asked for tl Contam ec ie | British sale of} one half hours indictment of Com-
ry. I wish you all suc- strikers say “no return to work Receiver ss at yrs o or = } £1,700,000 worth of shares in al, isn Mr. Menzies told fhe
and good cricket during until the Union agrees to a ballot Rois ee at Scie e ca } company hich partly, controls |jam-packed House of Represen-
coming season. on reinstatement of the “discip- ; eae eee Union Minicr, the Great Belgian | }4¢;, that a iat Tes artis
3 i ; liscip Mme I bert ye ~ tha tive iat only people living i:
‘ message was read at a din-| lined men” | ie} ‘ on ari, Seats | Congo prodacer of copper of ura- | “cloud-cuckoo land™ ould in
-given at the Press Club, Lon-| The Air Ministry, which will| : coin Pint pies a eee 8) nium, the, Benguela Railway, | joing at espionage disclosure
% to-night by the Cricket| send 1,000 more men into the port ‘Re a Seah gedagw sy linking the.mine,to the ’sea llike those of the Fuchs trial it
; to the tourists. tomorrow, plans to have 6 jac wansterread her by force, In,-a sParliamentary’\reply, «the | Britain. and: the earlier Cs ae
- 7 : } ave 6,000 Hie eid eee, Svein enk ; 5 Ary . | Bri ind: the earlier Canadian
all, the young Bar-| airmen working there by next = ; ght aress, from one jail Chancellor, of the Exchequer said | « ould not. happen here.
s batsman, was not at the} Tuesday if the strike continues Bnos er. She had\ been charged | the.‘Treasury,: had -authorised the BRD e.an‘act of crimina
. He has been taken to Servicemen were today loading with ising violence galnst Bank ’af ‘England |. to’ ‘accept «ar lly” te ave rev itionary Con
as a measles contact. the President Peron with motor Brest building contractor nd | offer’ by Jan °Anglo-Belgian’ group | munist key positions in vi
shared a room with Ken} trucks and general cargo for the | | forcing her way int is houst | buy British’.Government i hat,. with all thei
frail, the Trinidad player, who} Argentine. Bighty-one hips: are | | —Reuter.’ {| holding 1,667,061 yika | ne numbet '
ntly recovered from his illness. | still idle. â„¢ | } Spenenrnenapiaina Attire j concession share price of }20 hievi ructive sults
Reuter, —Reuter r é'-* r.1, million;shares and | five \ oulk i
+. eae j » Ae? \ s i s for the’ba l hone \ ai
. | . Television This alee te Britehe easy
| ; v
i pl rices t.whiel it > > *
table B a | ray ; | Munds. Preserved
Stable OY | Leopold Decision | Talks Begin, ieee meee Beh:
Wrencl , ’ ‘ ‘ Phe I f the Australi
vin $12 A80 | “ARCH OF BAT © RalgcBe ata ( Party, ‘Mz Dixo
IA TS" —Scene wn wedding of popular International cricketer E AX k 1 yt
ms 9 Due Today Williains and Miss Muriel Quar less, at St. Miechael’s Cathedral yesterday Story on Page DY. Ex LONDON spr 4 2 * e nt od a sh » io 4 i will
* : a 4 expert om 6 countries . \ t oup,. so_as to arty unt wil
. c s* BRUSSELS. April 27 | idin Uruguay et Lor nterest t t apital in’ the horou yreserved, despit
ght Ticket On Birthday| , o S, April 27. | . ; ; | aewelen . ect facta ti
ms 3elgium’s Liberals holding the & 2 IC; J ss B ane -day scilitate ..exohat evelo fricanterritorie ny ( ite’them’. Thx
ake i key to the six-week-old Cabinet | pecia asings Z ! O VES elevision programm«e } | ou ny Ee : ik yy 2 continue to waar
(Pi n Correspondent) crisis will decide to-morrow | =~ | were delegates of the Inter: | teuter : ewspaper, wheth
PORT-of-SPAIN, April 27 | = ‘ | » - , a t ti-}
’ whether to accept exiled King | ’ 4 9 Vy yy al I o Consultative ' | f
= oS Oe Leopold’s own com@romiae thn to | - or e om S £ COREE | ho hav ‘ ome to Brita ! Chur ehill P { { c
nado, southern] end the five year-olA “Roval Probe | eek spt t : nan aal } 4 \ rOLeSts bn Communist Trad
of Trinidad, 40 miles from| Jem.” e To P rile. Be ena ane aetl nent today came ‘fron
; em. 0 Penetrate Earth | . | Erik Esping of Sweden; ( man's ee Nety Ce Te ey COME ara
Lily, oo = en About 1,300 Liberal Party mem- | WASHINGTON, April 27 | Recognises State of Israel | f the elevision tud rou hI reight Increase is: : Ke Wales Union loader
ma nion [bers will meet in a General As-| The United States deve g | deseribe levisic ‘ r ; cenny,Who » said ; the
K at the Easter meeting. His sembly. They will also decide |a variety of seaial Bie dey th : ; re \ rai Fr lady! ; INDO pril y Stance Mi Menzies’ ‘proposed
drew 18274, drew “Bright| whether to accept Catholic Pre-|in which the country’s new and| B ; _ LONDON, April 27 s coniitias wank no Wisi, ae | Dab On Communist oMiéialslim key
) whith entitles him to|mier Designate Paul Van Zeeland|more powerful atom explosives ’ on Meresy recognised King Abdullah’s decree | hin Sahel ere «“in. somye:||\ORROsiti “aders protested'vigor='|'; aap ae = Austra
re h h i = Prime Minister of a new,could be used against any type of ere aoe ol his Jordan Kingdom by annexing aj doubt” yout the kind tele=| OUSLY, it e” House of Commons he 1A’g nst .
Who bought the ticket} Catholic-Liberal Coalition. Re-j|enemy target, qualified observers large area of Palestine held by the Avab Legion since the| vision lady they shoul * | to-day iinst ‘a{Government’ de- : wT he eel told} gent Prince Charles was due to|said to-duy, War with Israel : ars, and it was portar t that they’|“ision: tor “sanetion an‘ W:....4.haye, been. going} confer. with M, Van.Zeeland to-| With such specialised containers $j , ‘tod : ; ll he wod tn thn oc hequivalent to £27000 bs riiaie ey i-inr BRN amg key
: Ae s spec s ) rs, ‘ tn. te shi a 2 . ae i alent to £2:75000/000 ‘in: rail
ehorses ever since I} day, but postponed the meeting. | they saidth® atom bomb vould be J Ta center ne Britain pave finah blessing * the YOUN Rind of oe ha said ae aS) waypotreight™ « harges Vietlred| Declare ; the, ‘Communist
y, and at last I have got —Keuter. | used against particular of difficult Jewish § tate of Israél by raising her reeognition from the Sir Archibald Gill. Enginee=- |-2amnesTransport:-Minister, had} Party ‘unlawful, .and confiscate
eet, * it. b am — - targets such as underground forti- year-old de faeto to full de jure approval, lin-Chief to the British Po: Of {announced this” inerease. to help'| any)of its’ funds Which exceeded
; F does not plan fications and factories. They be- r + tld , F = | meet? railway Which ‘uld., liabilities The’. Parts ila
¥ ‘ . 2 elec eved Defence Secretary Louis | ? in making these decisions,| ,, Sottnin. fC { olnerwise, amou about £100,--} have no right of appeal
(By Cable) .— | Johnson dropped a significant hint roa in the House of Com- ae a tala srt Tete to Dave: & B00; 000 he middle of 1952 Give the Government the
~ . i ; E ‘i dy mons, Britain laid de orts nillion television licence olde Mr.“Ct ill press { ht : iietead | ghee
4 » ‘ |in his half yearly report when he | ‘ ia Gown important ‘ Mu pressed for an ear- 1 o declare vful, and
: From Germany his half year), : ; woe nia BY the intddin We Ment rwtul, ae
, |said: “Atomic weapons are no Sports Win do conditions. She reserves her views £ ieba ndicated ‘that lilarly seize, funds of an}
L MAY 12 E t d W ‘th t Pp t | longer a small number of bombs of ta oe ee ae frontiers of | —Reuter Oppositi . aos (ex eines] ffected roups ‘except reste
ntere ithou ermt |a Single type and size to be used SPARTAN ec j*Srael and her Arab neighbours | ered’ Trade Unions, if they
| : a ‘ SPARTAN will meet Y.M.P.¢ 4 ; t uons, if t
, LA anal |) strategically on a carefully guard- afternoon at Quéen’s re j until they reach final peace settle- TI . V ye ~~ ’ Reuter. ommunist-controlled and «
Our Own Correspondent) Bs FRANKFURT April 2% , ed target.” Second Divisio foot: {| ments x ree \ ill Die I or dered dangerou Australi
LONDON, April 27, The United States High Corm-] Neither the Defence Department te | And her recognition of Jordan’s is . : efence and constitution
ay. 12 is the date seing men-| mission to-day ordered the the Atomic Energy Commis- The third division matches wil annexation of Eastern Palestine Killing Shee ) Russia Walks Out Again uld appeal against
2 in well informed circles inj mediate expulsion from Germars on would expand Mr. Johnson's ad Can SE PMR | Carried ho decision about the a | LAKI { ES " | claration to the Higt ‘ourt
ay to-day for sugar talks "t ot Hilkon Greene, an American] statement, but observers thought ih. Keabinitah died. Gable and future of Jerusalem, BELGRADE ‘orbid officials and mer
olitical level between the} citizen who published an } problems encountered in World Wireless vs Notre Dame at Board ls To-day S decision brings Jor- enle. han { f “declared” organisatic
Government and the | lish-Ianguage newspaper Ame Wai Two and the results of atom ed Hall dans new territory under the pro-! i aed | the etivitie
. t pa} fantivg thea) ! i a |
Indian Delegation, that is; Times in Gross Gerau near here.| tests at Bikini proving ground ective wing” which Britain pro-| , +. ’ ! hre five years gaol
here to make representa- An announcement said that the|suggested that the atom experts ||l————— es in the sung lo-Jordan treaty] anc : ti Y ; | Declare” any person whe
concerning th ¥ in- | Commiss Vas acting u 7 rn ere seeking to develop an A of atiiance in 48, But Minist LT offic | | as Dee 1 member of “de-
ater th e Food Min G mmission was ac ti under ; Secati- diihnaie SOD. 2 ‘ | State Kenneth Younger said in the fficia ’ la ige | ce ee 0 a “de
e@ recent Com-| Allied High Commission law re-|tomb encased in a deep-penetra- Ti \ C i | House of C » 7. os tH lar »-da The re , . 6a usation
ith talks. The delegation] lating to the expulsion of unde-| tion type jacket to bore deep int ilo a ls For j ot ms ka es, wonday that} f, i o i Gover
originally expected to in-|sirables. the earth before exploding B ° } ornate pid no intention of setting] i... : he Government
taman I it is . }reene came to G any o The objective would be to pro- 2 je | Up muitary bases in peacetime in! 1 i I
od that tec Sion oe ot itn . Galk < ,| duce an earth hock to shatte aay: . iter Relations | the annexed territory | : ( i leclare
Will not now be ‘permit, the American High Com-| derground installations, The Allies 7, a Defiance ca goslavia ! ’ ‘
rly. aoe wets rl cal 2 He ialttad vere never able to soive the prob- ith Italy ee The annexation of land west of « te ite aie 0 i Reuter oO oak
le Colonial Offic wer iii tn { Spa «|lem of attack on U-boat pens ; the Jordan was proclaimed by ie @ Un page 5
> were unable| application for an entry permi t ROME, April 27 ‘ d il H iri ‘ ia iad
nfl Sate ‘whe see 4 oe \ wc} tucked away along the coast underx eee SADE a! King Abdullah on Monday in cd . we. to the [-—— ~ = ———___
ca date when ques- a Ry ot this year, which was] eee eve ot mart! hat rein-| ,. Marshal Tito’s call today for} ance of the six other states of Hao’ ; io re :
’ ot grantec ee ee eae a halide tek mutual attempts to improve|the Arab Le , re ot Site tars ea
—By Cable. —Reuter |! oe ae aie oe 7 relations” with Italy has srbhgie. tt matted him ‘one of the most| 40 sheep oe rey See killed |
at g a were f 4 “ - p B f ( ee; nother 33 pigs }
Reuter, ene d the case for direct negotia~ | powerful personalities in the Mid- iy Renter, |
| $$. fons betw 4 Italy and Yugo-| dle East. About Jerusalem, Britain Mihi 1]
a rs ‘ e t R | ti é | : 7 “a # lavia ovel rieste, authoritative | went no further to-day than to ac- ;
a : | N B 1 , ( > political circles here considered|cord “ ” tea Th ryt yy . ’ i
- . Ms | rf alts OC V JHE ‘ re onsidered | cord de favto recognition to 7 4 7 dD , hi e |
a i “ tonight Israel and Jordan authority in the wo 0 ue or 1]
Y . e } } ° “Marsha Tito’s declarations|areas they c Int } is | 1 |
i Are Getting Sharper | May Resign lave been received with satisfac- | final Frese og yo gen of Lspionage 1
. oe TEL-A-VIV, April 27 it Pa thon as eee re of the city which the
Ps | Roger Garreat vh fathere ley reflect with frankness nited Nations decided should b PRAGUI April 27 |
F . Denounces Soviet Propaganda ae sige to iehernationalse Savi the thoughts expressed by the]inter-nationalised, Br ‘tein. A rhe S ( ourt in Brno Mo-|
4 j Salem, failed to turn up here by Ttaliar Foreign Minister, Countfable to recognise Jordar over eted out two deat |
BELGRADE April 97 plane from Rome to-day and un- Sforza in | oo and in his eignty over any part ence e life entence and}
p : alk 7 ae “+a nfirmed 1} rt aid e hac peec! Milan Younger said risor te € 0 to 22 40)
peeiahel Tito told a joint session of both Houses of the Acues: thateat tn tee Murhadi, ta Marshal Tito’s words indicate | Britain’s decisions were con rs ha rial of 16 |] i is
“s0Slav National Assembly in Belgrade to-day that rela-| resign the Presidency of the Unit- | ‘hat the Yugoslavs wish to prevent|municated to Israel and Jordan} ‘members | espionage group, | rn
with the Soviet Union and the so-called Peoples led Nations rrusteeship Council problen as yet unsolved from|shortly before the House of Com- il Pre reports to-day. | if Mm
ho ‘acies “were ettin ¥ ‘shar 29 Diplomatic circles here id if faving repercussions on relations} mons announcement. The six othe: 17th endant was acquit- | if il
r 5 I al € alc 1 } o. ” - ~ |
ae Ses Athens the “many vices” these these reports were true he would} een the two ae _— ee Government were iT, entence vere passed | t i
: ™ i ai, é é to h alised the. in- —Reuter aiso informed before hand, Mem- ri ther named Danek | f
countries had, the Marshal said.|*Ppear to have rea : b : : | i
ase of slementing —___ ers of the British Commonwealt ound guil of high treason and } *
“ 4 ae hat creased difficulty f implementing nwealth : | f
i AM HAS they taieed era Toute sthat y- 7 his plan after Jordan's action in peg been consulted, France, the] 1itempted murder The 14 others | e
5 z ir ; ey t xing the Old City of Jerusa- : 1 ot rm r JS. and Turkey, as members of | Were found guilty of endangering
AL ‘ ay. * propagend: re- innexing t) ' |
INET CRISIS an atten tact ie loaic. It/lem along with other parts of 5 IP 5 CAPTAIN the Vnited Nations Palestine Con-| {the security of the Republic and }
re resents the sum of all possible } Arab Palestine. ‘inns ihe ciliation Commission, were also] supplying ate seeréts to the me
SAIGON, April 27. aiesieennd temgtin A poe scost?. The Jerusalem Statute adopted GE I ss 3 DAYS kept informed, One main and con-| agents of foreign powers A
i Premier Nguyen Phan resulsive iS evieliors and intrigues} PY the Trusteeship Council was tinuing aim of *British féreign Reuter, | bh
n bas“ . Bao Dai, Referring to. bechnt ittacks | Opposed by both Israel and Jor- ISTANBUL, April 27. policy is the stability and prosper- —— Ss
; ite, charged Gov : , spvernmeni} dan. Recent withdrawal of So- Captain Arnt Peders j ity of the Middle East and the . | k
" -jagainst the Yugoslav Government, “* ; awe : “ : , ederson and}. ™. . _ D,
Van Huu with the ? the Soviet rarihal Klementi| Viet support for internationalisa- Chief Officer Viggo Trosdahl, of establishment of peace between I ‘olice Hunt i @
aire 2 New Cabinet,| Voroshilov in Budapest Tito said: | tion was seen as weakening Gar-|the Norwegian steamer “Bos ie nee the aron nitions, a F A Hee
way announced. The! “j prais , merits of Voroshilov | '@au’s position even more, phorus” which caught fire here]*°'@!#@n Office spokesman said to- ° >, }
, had dragged on in the October Revolution but this | Reuter, last week, were to-day sen-|48y- He ae that to-day’s ce- ar He ad :
hewn Nguyen Phan] j , ; a | tenced to three days’ i son-|C!Sions would contribute to _ its :
. y 7 is very long ago. But to-day Rives e Gays imprison ; a ROME, April 27
nd ed that American] Voroshiloy because of his old age} Mrs Sinatra | Stowe pech, fot négligence jn} @chievement.—Reuter. Police here went head-hunting
ary aid should} can ne longer follow developments ' ve stowing the ships cargo > tg to-day-——-at the request of the cus- ;
i. ae its administra-jin other countries S F k G lay But the Court thereupan freed FIND FLYING SUITS todians of a museum Who Jast } i] - 7 |
orities in Indo- oues frankie ; them, in view of “their sé)fless COPENHAGEN, A 27 night found that s son i de-
: | ? JI ‘ . IN, / il 2 igh und that someone had de- ; tf) i
the contrary view If he could he would realise } devotion to duty’ in fighting the Twe Sp gah . of peapitated a 2,340 year old Greek | eee "
; , : ete ‘ in a 1 » flying suits and a pair o k ’ i Greek
TS resigned earlier} that he .is .supporting an SANTA MONICA, Calif, , | ‘te until the latest possible mo-|rubber trousers believed to be {Statue of a young womay. Art Y v
don Complaining of a lack absurd causé with nothing in # 5 _ April 27, Hin: ag : from the missing American Priva- | @e«lers were warned to watch out : fi CLAS |
* common with the reality. 4 Crooner Frank Sinatra’s wife} Pederson told the Court that}teer were found on the south coast {{0% the missing head. The Ronie | ' |
—Reuter. (Voroshilov had said that Yugo-| Nancy has filed a suit for i the way in which the cargo was}of Denmark during the night and |) ipality pointed out that al-
ee, slavia’s leaders would be over- | tenance alleging cruelty, She es-| stow ed was not an offence under|this morning Together with though the statue is believed to }
] thrown by the Yugoslav people). timated Frank’s 1949 incomé ik Norwe ian law Both the officers rubber suit found in the area ve date hack to 409 B ( the head j Be E i | ‘ * |
p 7 he t | $934,740 h erty at} shook han with t t
By Vacei > Tito said he was_astonished at] $934,7 ie yroperty nook hands with the judge be-|terday, they were sent to the of little artistic value, nd | / 4
ne | the absurdity of Sov propa- $750,000 ; fore they left the Court as free | Americ an Embassy in Copen- fetch paltry sum if sold.’*} A RB i “ al rR
NEW YORK April 27 ganda in accusing Yugoslavia of Her la v¥er said she ar cus-| men —Reuter. hagen Reuter. Reuter.
Rew anti-tubercuto: ee | being a war danger to Russia. He} tody of the three childrén, Nan- 9
ie tulosis vac-! ):7 , Saale rela-|¢y 9, Frank 6 and Christina 2
ared a iertan likened Yugoslavia-Russian rel cy 9, Frank 6 a ristina 2
] be from virulent hu-| 43 s to a sine ov beside olos-| The Sinatras who were irried | > } US. PEJECT LOAN
ulosis, whith has | tetera et cra e ° New 1
® high perp nas ProO-} sus with a big sti “The colos-| in 1939 have beef separating and el VowZ%e orm INé Ww TO SPAIN
7 Was de ae ertant of ani- | . a ‘ yriedii nee 1948 Frat / | a , |
Seribed , sus crit e ~ | TeCOmIang ” i} . | ; , '
Confer 1 a Was! i { ove ‘ ctres iva Gard- th t C 2 } WASHINGTON i i
ene . : . = ~ . } : i
ines” si Gate "New| rte va Sa ne Without Communists | >..“o's. : | }
aly “vaccine avahianie| al he nie | jects »po EXCELLENT PRICE l
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known a B.C.G., is| PAKISTAN EXPERT —SAYS HERBERT HOOVER | Spain, | DAWN Mh ha A ey ||
Wate trom bovige cise: |. FOUND DEAD | |
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BS carricy Ite in] - R CHI, Aj NW YORK, April 2 ee 1] ij
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DURING. her stay in Malta,
Princess _ Elizabeth inspected the
here“sepn during that inspection,

Lt. Col. E. Salomona, O.B.E., O/C 2
The Princess whose second baby
to return to England during the ne

IR Douglas Ritchie. who was

in Barbados from December
1948 until the middle of January,
1949,. to. advise the Government
of Barbados with regard to the
economic aspect of the Deep
Water Harbour Scheme here,
vice-Chairman of the Port

is

of

London. Authority and on Fri-
day 17th February this year. he
made a speech about the Port

of London at the London River

Night; which was held by the
Press Club of London.
Married Yesterday
ISS Muriel Quarless. daugh-
ter of Mrs. I. Quarles: of
‘Nezworth’. Bank Hall was mar-
ried yesterday afternoon at St.
Michaei’s Cathedral at 4 o'clock,
to the popular Internationa] and

Empire cricketer Mr. E. A. V
(Foffie) Williams

The Bride who was given in
marriage by her brother Mr.
Cameron” Quarless wore a dress
of white duchess satin, fashioned

along thé style of the Elizabethan
period.“"Her long train was at-
tached to bustle effect in the |
and her. sleeve were long and
close” ‘fitting A short illusion
veil, trimmed with b'pnde lace
was kept in place by clusters of
pearl eyed lime blossoms, and
she carried a bouquet of white
gerberas iap dragons and Queen
Ann's lace ?

There were three Bridesmaid
Miss’ Ruby Cave, chief brides
maid. Miss Molly Morris and Mis
Barbara“Malcolm. They were all
dressed alike in dresses of maize
marquisette, with wide full skirts
and low. neck lines They wore
lime green picture hats and
shoes and mittens of the same
colour Each carried posies
gerbera and snap dragon

The Bestman was Mr. Robert
Clarke and Rev. Hazelwood pt
formed the ceremony which
fully choral

The reception was held at ‘
Bride’s home and the huneymoor



heing spent at Silver Sand

Two Weeks’ Holiday

ERE for two weeks’ holiday
H taying at tre Ocean
View Hotel is Mr Gaston de
Gannes, Manager of the Hul
Taxi Service in Trinidad He
arrived by B.W.LA. on Tuesda





A TUNE wafted on the so-called

breeze of
if you like to use
for a lump of stagnant air,
with dirt and reeking of
posing halibut—a_ tune I
caught me by the throat, for it w
a melody played by the Coram i
street Band at the great Brun
wick Square Festival of Band
Music, when a tiny visitor from
the Seychelles Islands got lodged
in a trombone, and was poked out
by Mr. Gerald Barry's flute, just
in time for the “Geisha” selection
The selection was marred by the
untimely ‘arrival of the Notting
Hill Gate Aeolians, in full blast
with Zampa And at that mo-
ment a wrong signal given fron
the judges’ dais launched — the
Horse-ferry Road team into Raff's
Cavatina, The din was stupendous
and had about as much to do with
music as the shunting yards at
Mulhouse during a thunderstorm

Mistaken identity

NOME of the bandmasters were
dressed to the nines, like

a London street
the word breez
yellow
decom-
say,

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Jersey

Panties Silk

Ladies’ sizes from 731.16
70¢

Childrens 40¢

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EVANS and

WHITFIELDS

BROAD STREET

where

wearing
with “(Ieft) Lt. Col. J. Abeia, M.B.E.,

1é

Girdles

she visited

Royal Malta Artil

BY THE WAY



her

husband,
She

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a lemon green ensemble,



Leaving In Ju

HE REV. and Mrs. Coldman

will be leaving Codrington
College in June and returning to
their home in England. “St
Joan”, which was so successfully
staged last week. vr2s Mrs. Cold-
man’s swan song at Codri:gton,

although it is unlikely to be her
last production. She has been in-
terested in amateur theatricals all
her life, and while in India she
produced for the Madras Dramatic
Society. Her production of “St.
Joan”, in which Mr. Coldman
played the part of the Bishop of

Beauvais so convincingly, shows
what hard work and imagination
ean effect. The dish-rag amour

was most realistic

It is to be hoped that Mrs. Cold-
man’s mantle will fall on Mrs.
Nesta Vaughan, who played the
lengthy role of Joan in the pro-
duction with such feeling. Mrs
Vaughan is the wife of the Rev.
BIN.Y. Vaughan, a tutor of the
College, and she is also keenly
interested in amateur theatricals

Returns fo Fngland

RS. D. Howarth and her sev-
en-year-old son, George,
arrived in Barbados about one
month ago from England and af-
ter spending one week here went
on to Trinidad. They then re-
turned to Barbados to meet Mr
Howarth, who works in Vene-
zuela and who was here for two





O/C Iist-.coast Regiment, and : ;
Ash. aeleaeeh weeks’ holiday. He has_ since
oie ae returned to Venezuela, and on
is expected this Summer, is due Wednesday night Mrs. Howarth
xt few days and their son left on their return
journey to England. They were
Returned from St. Lucia **#Â¥in# at the Ocean View Hotel.
RS. Colin Manning returned Hopes to Visit
from St Lucia recently
where she has been visiting he: 2
mother who was sick and is now Switzerland
Mrs, Manning was Miss’ Annie [Yf SS Shella Ward. told Carib
Montrose, her sister who is here shortly before she sett Bee-
for a holiday staying with Mrs. bados on Wednesday night by the
ying in ”
Mannitig » “Gascogne”. that she hoped to
visit Switzerland and other parts
Lives on Isle ot Wight ,; of Europe. besides her _stay in
Tha ‘Anke Wood who hasbeen England She will be away for
F i about four or five months.
a spending two months with
friends in St. Lucia, arrived here; To Settle in England
about five days ago to make con-
nections with the “Gascogne” on, EAVING Barbados on Wed-
her way to England ; - nesday night by the ‘Gas-
She arrived in the W I. by air cogne’ was Mrs. L, Atwell, who
we oo a on Tale eee is going to live with her marr.ed
Pe ct ay es R- - . ce, “daughter, Mrs Lucille Franklin
soa e So aa a4 the in Herts. England, A large num-
induer fHbael lest é ‘\ per of relatives and friends were
Y . ; at the Baggage Warehouse to see
Wedding her off.
ISS Viola Hinc Assistant "
Teacher of All Saints’ Git On Short Visit
Schc V 1 on Saturday _ Nelly Robinson, M.B.E.,
fternoon Mary Church retired headmistress yf
o Mr. Cly I } 7 R. Memorial High School,
Phi le ( charming Antigua, arrived on Wednesday
figure in dr o ‘ 1 from Antigua on a short visit, Soe
trimmed witt ca is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, C
ied a love oud ( I B. Allamby of Edinboro, Barbe-
She was giver lage rees Hill,
her cousit ir. 1 ck Max-
eet ene brewsbury For Jubilee Celebrations
She atte er sister O less than a hundred Roman
Miss Ruby Hinds whe was “Maid Catholics from Antigua went
of honour, The best was Mr, to Dominica on the southbound
Iva Smith and the ceremony Canadian vessel some of whom
vhich is fully choral is con- are attending a congress at
ducte 1 R I B. Hinds Roseau and jubilee celebrations
I ushe re M Tony,, There was a terrific jam and con
Hind Mir le Phillip fusion at the baggage warehous¢
‘6 CH. Q. in London” where the Police launch made
NO! MI Worthington three trips to the ship with pa
> Wilme ) been sengers.
& jncav, be ~©Attended Civil Service
, j W ednesday Talks
a y aie R, Oswald a Civil
ts ant Pt ntfe ‘ ie Servant of Jamaica and Mr
Col. Wilmer red British Howell Longsworth, Civil Servant
aay on hen Carib O% British Honduras, returned
asked him in what part of Eng- home on Monday by B.W.LA
land they lived, in true army @fter attending the Fourth Con-
tyle e replied We have our ference of the Federation of Civil
headquarter London They Service Associations in the Carib-
were st ! t e Hotel Royal. bean Area,
By Beachcomber
Murat at Esslin ind one can from Bung-Ho, Languedoc horse-
easily believe the story that one currants, jellied grapes from
them, on tl iy home, was Tirana, overripe jinkits from
mistaken for R 1 general Polynesia, white loganberries from
on a visit to the taff College at Wichita, dwarf pea-beans from
‘amberle eered to the Antananarivo, Latvian sal-sify
ho; happier than that Turkish double-beetroot, oblong
vhich befell nissionaire mushrooms from Dahomey, shred-
yutside a provincial theatre This ded maratiski-bananas from Cor-
poo! retcl out in crim- fu, Eskimo blood-oranges, Nepa-
son and gold | by the pot-. lese dhaska, succulent Nigerian
boy at public } into which whinberries, and acid marsh-
he had slipped t from damsons from Kabul, They can-
illy questions ji foyer, to“Go not all be the result of the opera-
on back to Ita! i feed his tions of a fruit and vegetable doc-
lions.” tor upstairs or goods acquired
J : : from barrow-boys after dark. No
Maison Virlitontaine wonder people are saying that this
remarkable shop sells things you
wae does Foulenough get can’t get anywhere eise. 7
the stuff? Here, already, are :
early Shapotara whatever they Vight Thought * .
may be They look like onions IF Don Quixote oP
and taste like turnips. Here are turned into a ballet
yops, forced under mica, ue STARCH YOUR HAT WITH
nocnocs, Biluck, suders, DoONnadOol- a
herbs, pharimot ippuri, slets, and SIERO —
fluffy dagillo. Here are Korean what has dear old “War and
quince, Peruvian camarea, en- Peace” done to be left out in the
dives from Borneo, chows in Syrup cold?








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The pressure
assured, the

we are
invention

cooker,

is newest

to save the housewife’s.tirne. In
point of fact, the ladies of King

they
been |

Charles II’s court, although
would probably not have
capable of boiling an egg, heard
all about pressure cookers, al-|
though in those days these were |
called “digestors”. They were}
mentioned John _ Evelyn’s |
Diary for April 12, 1682, when}
he said he “went this afternoon |
with severall of ye Royal Society;
to a supper which was all dress’d./
both fish and flesh
Papin’s digestors, by
hardest bones of beefe itselfe, |
and mutton, were made as soft
as cheese without water or other |
liquor, and with less than eight|
ounces of coales producing an}
incredible quantity of gravy”. |

Leaving Mr. Evelyn’s quaint
spelling out of the question, the
“digestor” which caused so much |
excitement actually looked very
much like the modern pressure |
cooker, valve and all. This has!
been proved by the discovery of
one in a village shop in Royston

the English country of Hert-
fordshire.

in

The proprietor was rummag-
ing through his cellar, when he
ame across it and, puzz.ed by
the construction of the lid and
the special valve, took it to
experts. They
be “digestor” of about 1700.
The Royal Society of which Mr.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

in Monsieur| !
which the}:

pronounced it to!

CROSSWORD



forti-

* Cots | find made up fo

tude. (5)
So this is a streten of water. in
fast time no doubt. (4)

10 Sat 56 Ute, OSE Pe ee
(4)
11. The greatest of all channeis. (5)

i3 Bliectrical measures ? Not when
they re on letters from Sir Staf-





Evelyn speaks is, of course,
Britain's famous scientific
society, and presumably the;
honour of inventing the original |®
pressure cooker should go to
France and the unknown “Mon-
sieur Papin”.

For U.K. Holiday

RnR: and Mrs. Ernest Griffin
were passengers on Monday
by B.W.LA. for Trinidad where

they will take the S.S. “Boskoop”
for England on _ six. months’
holiday.

Rev. Griffin is Superintendent of
the James Street and Speightstown
Methodist Circuit and Chairman of

the Barbados and Trinidad
Methodist District.

During his absence, the Rev.
Frank Lawrence will act as
Superintendent, while the Rev

R. McCullough will be in charge
of the James Street Church.

ISS Joan Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith
of “Melwi”, Brown’s Gap, Hast-
ings and a member of the clerical
staff of the Development and
Welfare Organisation, was a pas-
senger on the “Gascogne” yn
Wednesday for the United King-
dom where she will spend three
months’ holiday.

Honeymoon Couple Leave

R. AND Mrs. Harcourt Thorne
of Trinidad who were spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados,

returned home on Sunday by

B.W.LA. They were staying at

“Leaton-on-Sea"”’, The Stream
Mr. Thorne is Sports Editor of

| the ‘
|

Trinidad Guardian.”



Spent the Winter

RS. W. D. Roberts of Con-

necticut, U.S.A. returned
home on Monday evening by the
“Fort Amherst” after spending the
winter. She was staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mrs. Helen Townsend also of the
U.S.A. returned home on Monday
by the same opportunity after
spending the winter as a guest at
the Marine Hotel. |

For an Indefinite Stay

RS. Nora Newsam arrivec

from B.G. on Tuesday for an
indefinite stay. Her daughter who
arrived from B.G. last week was al |
Seawell to meet her. Mrs. Newsan
will be staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Edwards of Hindsbury Road
where her daughter is already
staying.
of her holiday at Bathsheba.

With Barclays In B.G.

M* and Mrs. David Howard
who arrived from B.G.
on Tuesday by. B.W.1.A. will be
staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Howard at Gibbs’ Beach,
St. Peter. David is with Barclays
Bank in B.G. and he and his wife
hope to be here for about three
weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howard are
also from B.G, and are here on
holiday.





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spay, APRIL 28, 1950
Riore Protests

§ Coming In
The Virgins

vuas. VIRGIN ISLES.
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Catholicism

And Colour

} YNDON

—

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Mr. A
tne Roman Catholic Church's

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not hel " issi eae, oe : :
Me ruickshank, Commissioner \ : / It is a significant thing that
Cruicksh: Virgin Islands is e nwa ® while many people could lis
y . British Vir! Morse 4S y¥ people could list ne
‘anned against Caribbean 4 ; } mS coubt a long array of dirty deeds
; Ss. done by Catholics in the name oif
pro : q in t name oi
: the movement, Christianity, nobody bothers
steadily if quiet-

pis growing s of inclusion in

ation and will

ty to prove that the Church has
wny kind of racial bias. It is an
impressive fact It shows that
ohe point at least of the Church’s
teaching has got across to ordin-



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# 9,000,000 Gallois
‘ Of Whiskey

LONDON.

aia

¢ Britain’s Ministry of Féod, after
article in the Catholic Times);consultation ww
ok Whiskey

ith
Association,
the export target for

the
has



ginning May 1, 1950.

The target for the current year

is 9 million gallons.

‘overseas sales, three-quarters of
which are reserved for doilar
markets.

The Ministry of Food has
advised the association that,

Scotch
raised
Scotch” to
9,600,000 gallons for the year be-

The new goal is based cn the
practical possibilities of increasing






rity in the British Virgin
Hd to what happens on
Ste isles.’ oe a —
rh U.S. dec
ge poudly the immigra-
nearly 800 British Vir~
s, living er in
f , had to leave.
ce a, a a
» cannot absorb them: or find:
loyment—most of the
#’¢ economy rests on the
Fe from stamp sales—and
lacks all the modern

‘itjes—radio, cars, cinemas,
water and sanitary facili-
> be found on the s.

Tricked
British Virgin Islands Pro-
League, as the “annexa~
up” calls itself, claims
‘the committee appointed by
Polonial Office to report on a
pstitution has been
” into believing they are
fend reforms for a new
sion whereas they are to
d to a Legislative Coun-
Which there is some objec-































sre are 6,000 inhabitants on
‘tish Virgin Isles and the
4s widely distributed among
pouritig classes, but the peo-
ot stay on the islands if

wnove elsewhere. Yet
complain that the

Sugar Talks
Split Rumour

j given te ple who
OSG other ‘est Indian LONDON.
sand Object to the British The Colonial Office and the
wment of attempting Ministry of Food are still
in Islanders in the without news as to when the West
develop the land Indies sugar delegation agreed

upon at Grenada can be expected
to reach London and there is a
growing belief among certain
cireles in London that the re=
opening of the affair on the part
of the West Indies has been defin-
itely postponed. The West India
Committee in London state that
they have no knowledge about
when the delegation is coming,
but in trade circles it is strongly
rumoured that there are distinct
differences of opinion among the
West Indies themselves on
whether the matter should now
be pressed or let rest for the time.

“I believe big splits have devel-
oped and as a result, the delega-
tion cannot come with a united
front,” said one man.

It is noted that Mr. R. L. M.
Kirkwood, one of the leaders of
the last delegation, will be arriv-
ing in London next week and may
take up discussions in sOme in-
formal way.

Sir George Seel, new comptrol-
ler of Colonial Defence and Wel-
fare of the West Indies, sails from
Britain on Thursday for Trinidad
to take up his job. —B.U.P.

B.U.P.

Yaws Expert
E. Indies Battle

’ GENEVA.
World Health Crganisation
ouneed that Prof. Kenneth

of University College,

will go to Indonesia on
to launch a project un-

‘jointly by the Organi-

| the United Nations

Children’s Emer-

to combat yaws,

tly increased there
since the Japanese



































ao
“Wand

An
it

land of Java alone.
total population of
) suffer from yaws.
will also work with
Turner of Johns
sity in investiga-
ponematoses, which
yaws, bejel and
‘Hil will send strains
i ffections back to
Hopkins for comparison
feponematoses from other
the world, —(B.0.P.)



A Sugar
Import Ban

CARACAS. Venezuela.
A Venezuelan Sugar Cane
Growers’ request that refined
sugar imports be prohibited has
been accepted in principle, a min-

h Resolution

U.S, Congress

INGTON, April 27

Czechoslovakia Embassy
d to-day it had asked
Department to transmit

United States Congress a istry of Agriculture spokesman
Tesolution passed by the announces.
Parliament calling for a Final acceptance depends on

Cane Growers’ agreement on five
conditions set by the Government,
These are being kept secret for the
moment,

Imports of raw sugar to be re-
fined in Venezuela would not be
affected by the measure which is

peace pact. The
Said the resolution was
Which the Czech Embas-
Ondon asked the British
Office yesterday to place
» House of Commons and
of Lords,



iad designed to stimulate cane grow-
D Rpaten. ing and sugar refining in the
: country. BUF.
Soviet Relations f
Fror Clergy Accused O
Tk Setpeestion. can Supporting Propaganda
Airibute to an easier solu- BERLIN, April 27.
puted problems.” The East German Christian

Democrat Union to-day accused
the heads of the Evangelical and
Catholic Churehes in East Ger-
many of supporting western pro-
paganda and bringing the clergy
and the faithful under moral
pressure. A long resolution pass-
ed by the Political Committee of
the party was published in the

ent also envisaged

ity of “improvement”
ons Greece in view
atest developments there.
d that “to normalise

» Yugoslav Govern-
but to appoint a new











Speration, he said, will

pehefit to the countries party organ. The resolution was
wibute remarkably to an answer fo letters. read in
relations in ‘the Churches throughout East Ger-
many on Sunday attacking ma-

—Reuter. terialism. —Reuter.






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Questions In

CONDEMN ANTI-SEMITISM Parliament

BERLIN, April 27.

The All-German Evangelical Synod to-night ended its
four-day session in East Berlin with the adoption of a reso-
lution condemning anti-Semitism. The resolution appealed
to Christians to “renounce all anti-Semitism and irmly

resist it where it appears.”



- BEASY FOR
TOURISTS

LONDON.
} New methods of luggage hand-
ling, Customs inspection, and

train despatch have been put into
operation in British arrival ports
to handle the record number of
American tourists expected to
visit Britain this summer.

Special attention has been paid
to Southampton Docks, which
handle 60 per cent. of the Ameri-+
can tourist traffic.

Rail experts have discussed the
speedier reception of boat trains
at Waterloo, one of London’s
principal arrival stations, to cut
down the time it takes for tourists
to leave the liners at Southampton
and arrive in London.

The biggest speedup in the
handling of passengers will come
when the new $2,000,000 glass-
and-concrete docks terminal is
completed at Southampton. It is

expected to be ready at the end
of July. -
The new terminal Will mean a

speedier and more comfortable
reception with refreshment rooms,
waiting lounges and more tele-
phone kiosks.

First cabin and tourist classes
will come off the liners together
to pass through Customs and
immigration.

Baggage will be brought off by
conveyor belt, taken to the Cus-
toms Hall, and then on to the
waiting trains on the ground floor.

A double railroad track under
the terminal will carry off the
boat trains at 15-minute intervals.
Thirty additional Customs officers
will be aiding the regular staff
curing the seasonal rush.

—IN.S.

‘Hand Kissing’
Storm

LONDON.

The time-honoured custom of
British Ministers “kissing hands”
with the King “on appointment”
has been described by Prime Min-
ister Attlee as a “mere tradition”
with no significance whatsoever.

The Prime Minister was ques-
tioned in the House of Commons
by Sir Herbert Williams, one of
the old-time Conservative veter-
ans who are aiways on the alert
to see that the old symbols and
ritual of British Royalty are
maintained.

Sir Herbert referred particu-
larly te Dr. Edith Summerskill,
Minister of Natignal Insurance,
who had signed a statutory instru-
ment seven days before her
acceptance of office:— seven days
before the “hand kissing.” He
questioned the legality of the act.

In unequivocal terms the old

i Tory member was told that he

was under a misapprehension.
“The ceremony of kissing
hands,” said the Prime Minister,
|**to which I assume he refers, is
the traditional manner in which
}@ subject returns thanks for the
‘acknowledgments at His Majesty's

|convenience for an honour or
|favour co upon him.
“It has ho signifigance in rela-










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a Sa



‘tion to the acceptance of the min-

isterial office in question
acceptance im fact took place
hefore the signature of the Statu-
tory Instrument referred to when
the Minister took an oath under
¢ Promissory Oaths Act before
\the Lord President Herbert Mor-
on March 2,

Sir Herbert Williams was in-
|sistent and quoted Lord Hals-
jbuty’s Laws of England which
{ranks with Blackstone as regards
| constitutional and common law.

Attlee, a barrister, dumfounded
the many lawyers sitting on the
\benehes of the House by saying:
| “f am afraid I do not know of
| that decument, but I have consult-
ed the highest authorities on this

risar

The Prime Minister resisted th¢
‘murmured requests for the nam-
ling of any authority higher than
| Lord Halsbury and the incident
l closed with ofe more treasured

It admitted that the church by
its passive tolerance shared the
guilt of the German people for the
great wrongs inflicted on German
Jews in the past.

The resolution said:

“We believe in the Lord and
Saviour, who was born a man of
the People of Israel.” ‘We pro-
fess our belief in the Church of
Jew and Christians, whose salva-
tion is Jesus Christ.”

We believe God's promise
to his chosen people of Israel
is still valid despite the cruci-
fixion of Jesus Christ.

We admit that we, by our pas+
sivity and tolerance before the
Lord of Mercy, share the guilt for
the great wrongs done to the Jews
by our people. We warn ail
Christians to take heed of the
judgment of God whieh has fallen
on us Germans for that which we
have done to the Jews, for God
will be merciful to the Day of
Judgment. We beg all Christians
to renounce all anti-Semitism,
firmly to resist it wherever it ap-
pears and extend brotherly love
to all Jews, whether of race or
religion. We beg all Christian
communities to protect all Jewish
cemeteries. We beg the God of
Mercy that the day will dawn
when we can celebrate the victory
of Jesus Christ together with the
liberated people of Israel.

—Reuter.

.
Police Arrest
. .
Six More
ANTWERP, April 27.
Police arrested six more Com-
munist agitators in Antwerp to-
day as about 600 of 16,000 strik-
ing dockers drifted back to work.
Seventeen Communists have now
been arrested since the unofficial
port strike began two days ao.
The Belgian Communist Pariy
Paper “Drapeau” reported to-day
that one of those detained, Parlia-

ment Member Van Den Branden,
was hunger striking against his

“illegal detention,” but prison
officials would not comment. M
Van Den Branden says his Parlia-
mentary immunity has not been
lifted. —Reuter.

r es?
B.H. Position
Improves

BELIZE.

The generally improved position
in British Honduras is reflected
in the fact that Mr, John Smith,
the man who led the fight against
devaluation of the B.H. dollar,
was the seconder to a resolution
passed unanimously by the Legis-
lative Council expressing grate-
ful appreciation to the British
Government for helping British
Honduras’ immediate needs and
giving the colony a 25,000 tons
Sugar quota,

The Governor, Mr. Ronald
Garvey, said that unemployment
in the Colony was now reduced
to 1,599. There has been fio un-
rest for more than a month and
it is expected that the ban on
public meetings may soon be

B.U.P.

lifted.
Complaintski

LONDON.

Writing letters of complaint
against bureaucracy can be a
tricky business in the Soviet
Union.

An editorial in Pravda broad
cast by Moscow’s radio said th
“timely, correct and consideré
examination of complaints fro
working people is the duty of a!
our institutions and social organ-
izations.” But the newspaper
added:

“Some leaders entrust the work
of replying to letters to suborain-
ates, and the latter not infrequent-
ly pass them on to other organiza-
tions under their authority. It is
therefore not surprising that
sometimes a letter falls into the
hands of the very perscns about







which the complaint is being
made.” —LN.S
ceremony of British life buried

away with the rest of the less pic-
turcsque fallacies
—LN.S

LONDON.

Mr. Russell asked the Secretary
of State for the Colonies in the
House of Commons (on April 19)
why the scheme to develop a salt
industry in the Turks and Caico:
Islands was Caiiceled; what ex-
pense was involved in the cancel-
lation: and what alternative
employment is being provided for
the inhabitants

Mr. Cook (Under Secretary)
answered: “The Governor of
Jamaica recommended some time
ago that the salt industry the
Turks and Caicos Islands should
be brought under public control,
and this recommendation was
approved in principle by my Right
Hon. Friend’s predecessor

Negotiations on the

in

ubject

have been proceeding for ome
time, but it has not yet been pos
sible to settle how this recom-
mendation might best be imple
mented The proposal has not

however, been abandoned and the
second part of the question
not therefore arise,

The industry at present enjoys
better sales and prices than it has
done for some time and there is
therefore no need for special
measures to find alternative em-
ployment.”

Mr. Russell: “Will the Minis-
ter try and speed up these nego-
tiations, which seem to be dawd-
ling under public control?”

Mr. Cook indicated assent

Ye
Cigars

Mr. Russell also asked the
retary oc State how many peopl
are employed in the cigar indus-
try of Jamaica and what propor-
tion is at present unemployed

Mr. Cook said “Detailed figures
are not available. Employment in
the larger cigar factories appears
to have declined fipm about 3,000
in 1947 to about 1,800 in 1949. It
is roughly estimated that for every
worker employed in the cigat
factory the whole year round
there are three workers employe:
in the field for six months in the

year.”
Russell:

aoes

ec

Mr. “Is the Minister
aware that this. decrease in em-
ployment in the cigar industry is
due to the very heavy rate of duty
levied in this country on imported
Empire cigars? Will he make
repres®ntations to the Chancellor
of the Exchequer to have it re-
duced?”

There was no reply.

Hardwood

When Mr, Jehn Grimston asked
what steps the Secretary of State
for the Colonies Was taking tw
grade and make known the suita-
bility for various uses, particu-
larly housing, of the new type of
hardwood likely to be imported
from British Honduras and British
Guiana, Mr, Herbert Morrison,
Lord President .of the Couneil
replied.

He said the Forest Products
Research Laboratory was doing
useful work in bringing these
timbers to notice and undertook
te convey to the Colonial Secre-
tary Mr. Grimston’s comment
that last year over 98 per cent. of
UK railway sleepers were im-
ported from dollar countries when
B.G. trees were eminently suit-
able. He also said he would
mention another Member’s sug-
gestion that the UK Governmen:
find out the results of research
into such problems now being
undertaken in neighbouring Vene-
zuela,

The Maroons

Mr. Tom Driberg asked the
Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies if the problems of the lead
ership and land ownership of the
Maroons of Acrompong (Jamaica
‘bout which the Colonial Office
wrote to Mr. Driberg on Decem-
er 1948, have now been
settled; and if he will make

ement

“fr took: “My Right Hon
Friend (the Minister) is asking
the Governor for a report on the
present position, and will com-
municate with my hon. Friend
when it has been received.”

Mr. Driberg: ‘Does that mean
that
not received any further
since the lette: — quite a long
time -ago -- referred to in my
Question? Will my hon. Friend
bear in mind the interesting and
early gallant history of se
people apd do his best to protect
them in the reasonable enjoyment

report

tne

of their traditional independ-|
ence?”
Mr. Cook; “Yes Si.’—E.U.P

my Right Hon. Friend has}

ary men of goodwill,”
“The Catholic Church

includes one-fifth of
uman race.

today
the entire
The Catholics in
China have more than 30 native

provided export supplies are
not endangered, it has no
objection to a corresponding
increase of releases by assovia-
tion members on the home
market,

Bishops there is a black African

Bishop. there is a Red Indian __'!t is pointed out by the Ministry
priest. The Church never con- however, that these additional
Siders that the Faith is safely Teleases by association members
rooted in a new missionary land will not necessarily mean that
until the Catholic clergy there is pia whiskey will be available
a native clergy,” on the home market than at pres-
After referring to Sige Na ent. It ‘is likely that the release
david? ah@ colobr brobienis. Paes of larger supplies at association
NOG Wane hak ae of the prices will substantially displace
‘ Ww hbo colonies, the article the large high-priced sales by
ays down “a clear priority of non-association members which

principle” in Catholic
colonisation,
three
(1)

“Here
principles

are the
In order:

Are the reforms contempl :ted “Supplies of Scotch Whiskey
really for the g00d of the cut, by the Ministry of Food in
governed? May, 1948, by a further 600,000
(2) Do the reforms respect the gallons are now restored to the
national characteristics and Modest figure of two years ago,
personality of the n:tive mamely 2,600,000 gallons.
population? “The effect of this is expected
(3) Are the reforms such as to t® be mainly the displacing of

prepare the native
for the responsibilities <
self-government?

teaching on

first

population

have been made up to now

Association said

of

the home market







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some of the high-priced whiskeys
which have found their Way into
in consequence

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i ADVOCATE

Publiahed by Thy Advocate Oo. L10., 4, Broad %., Bridgetowt



~~" PRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950





Information

APRIL is nearly finished and the Carib-
bean Commission monthly information
bulletin for January 1950 arrived in this
newspaper office less than a week ago. It
is understood that the February number is
in the island but has not yet arrived in this
office. *

The January issue has a new look—an
improvement on the old—but its contents
are very dated. It begins with an account of
the Caribbean Commission’s ninth meeting
which was held last year from December
5 to 9.

The contents of the bulletin are dated
throughout.

At a time when a dock strike has been
crippling Antigua for several days and
when Martinique has been posting letters
through military channels for weeks, when
the wish of the British Virgin Islands to
become American is again being exploited,
the Caribbean Commissior monthly bulle-
tin arrives at a Bridgetown newspaper
office three months late. The Caribbean
Commission has its hands full and its activ-
ities are legion. The Caribbean Commis-
sion will say quite rightly that their
information department is not a news





agency.
The information department of the
Caribbean Commission does fulfil the

functions for which it was designed. The
Commission at all of its meetings brings
evidence to prove that recipients of the in-
formation they circulate throughout the
area are satisfied with the services they
receive.

But the suggestion is being made in these
columns that the Caribbean Commission is
not using the West Indian press adequately
to inform the people of the area about con-
ditions in the- area at the time when the
conditions arise.

An example of this criticism is the Carib-
bean news bulletin for radio broadcasting.
Instead of issuing a weekly or bi-weekly or
even daily service of short Caribbean news
items to the Press the Commission prepares
long broadcast scripts well in advance of
publication date and embargo them for use
by the Press until the broadcast is made.
Whereas broadcasting in the United King-

ym and in other countries developed from

{ the Press Agencies until only in the
the B.B.C. started their own
news service here in the West Indies, broad-
casting apparently has to be spoon-fed. In-
stead of sending topical news items to Press
and Radio alike the Caribbean Commission
in fact prepares broadcasts which ought to

recent war

e made by Radio personnel

sand the Press are not rivals

nor are they likely to be. One is essential
to the other in the modern world. But fail-
ure to utilise the Press adequately is a

weakn¢ U

at the Caribbean Commission
has been too long in remedying.

There have let it be
in Port of
Spain have released news items of major
interest to the Caribbean sufficiently far in
advance to allow of simultaneous public
action in the but there is no doubt
that vast quantities of news items, particu-
larly about French, Dutch and American
territories seldom find their way into news-
paper offices unless they have originated
from outside the area or from individual
correspondents. The classic example of the
evils of leaving news information solely in
the hands of one agency is provided in the
recent affair of British Honduras. When re-
ports of twenty thousand on the march
were being spread by an individual corre-
spondent the information office of the
Caribbean Commission might have been
used to circulate the true facts to the Press
of the area.

It is idle to think that any progress will
be made towards mutual understanding
and co-operation in the area until the
peoples of the area are fully informed, That
task can only be begun by the Press. Other
agencies are subsidiary and complementary.

been occasions,

hastily added, when the offices

area



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Hotels Are Paying

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‘ BERLIN.

THE Russians want to restore
the.old German name for the
Baltic.

They want to call it “The East
Sea” again, for they are deter-
mined to make it their east sea
in the East-West conflict.

So they have rung down the
curtain on this scene, too, while
activity goes on behind the curtain
even more feverishly and secretly
than ever.

That is why trigger-happy
Soviet fighter pilots fired on the
Privateer, a U.S. aircraft missing
since last Saturday with ten men
on board.

That, too, is why Scandinavian
fishing-boats entering the “black-
out area” east of the Danish island
of Bornholm usually disappear, to
be heard of no more.

In this manner the Russians
hope to make it clear that they
will not tolerate visitors ;nywhere
near their Eastern Baltic. What
the Russians are doing along the
shores of the former Baltic States,
East Prussia, Poland, and the
Soviet zone of Germany is for
speculation only, not confirmation.

All are forbidden areas. But
details do leak out—some from the
millions of Germans living in
Eastern Germany. Most of them
hate Communism and loathe the
Russians even more. So news of
Russia’s gigantic Baltic project
trickles through to be sifted by
Western Intelligence officers.

Some of the reports they regard
seriously. For example:—

FACT: The Russians are turning
the Baltic into a fortress on land
and sea to protect the Soviet

Union’s northern flank in any
war with the West.
SPECULATION: Moscow aims

to make this fortress impregnable

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By Selkirk Panton

even against an invasion on the
Normandy,scale. The Russians are
constructing a Baltic Wall along
the hundreds of miles of Baltic
coastline which makes Hitler’s
Atlantic West Wall look like a
sand wall built by children at the
seaside.

Secret Weapons

IT’S not an all-concrete affair,
this wall, It is built in depth far
out to sea and well inland, and
armed with the most modern de-
fensive and offensive weapons.

SPECULATION: The whole area
is crammed with rocket sites, radar
stations, modern U-boat traps, and
secret weapons,

These have been perfected by
vaptured German scientists.

FACT: Peenemunde, where
Hitler tested and produced his Vis
and V2s to fire at Britain, is now
working again at full sneed

FACT: Heavily protic sub-
marine bases are beiig bui!t near
Wismar, near the British zone,
while the British are blowing up
U-boat shelte’= in their zone.

FACT: Memel, in former Lith-
uania, has become the chief Soviet
submarine base in the Baltic,
where the Red Navy has 200 sub-
marines, Naval docxyards have
been established at Stettin, now
just inside Poland, und elsewhere
along the coast.

Radar stations dot the coast from
the British zone to Libauv, near
which the Russians state the
Privateer was fired on.

FACT: Kolberg, now in Poland,
is Russia’s main rocket base, From
there the Russians claim they could
“rocket” the Ruhr, industrial heart

tod

ENEMUNDE

Ky George Malcolm Thomson

ENGLAND TO ME. By Emily

Hahn-Cape (10s. 6d.) 287 pages.

It is as if the Diary of a Provin-
cial Lady were written by an
American who has married an
Englishman and has taken over a
large, old-fashioned house in Dor-
set which the military have occu-
pied during the war, with the
usual consequences.

That, in the fewest
words, conveys the true
and atmosphere of the lively nar-
rative selected as Evening Stand-
ard Book of the Month. It is not
to say that Emily Hahn has
particular resemblance in
perament to E M. Delafield.

possible

essence
any

tem-

bands, gossip, a willingness to ack-
nowledge the weaknesses ol





humun nature and a delight in
\ discovering similar weaknesses in
one’s self— apart from such points
Fe contact, the two women are by
the ocean divided.

E. M. Delafield was the intelli-
gent native Emily Hahn is the
sharp-eyed but affectionate invad-

sr, Yet the final effect is one of
ee with the Transatlantic



wasp possessing the deeper sting.
Emily Hahn is Mrs. Boxer, and
set foot on these shores as a Brit-
ish wife after the war. If she has
it is

a typical Englishman. She speaks
of him as if she had collected a
particularly fine specimen of the
English male curmudgeon.

On His Own



when the Boxer
to the United

tively charming
family makes a trip
States.

Life with the Major or, if you
like, with Emily Hahn, has its ups
and. downs, its moments when
self-control is needed, its explos-
ions. You will probably have the
impression that these oecasional
storms were not quite so violent
as the author paints them. Still,
at times the air was no doubt elec-
tric enough in Conygar.

That is the house which Emily
Hahn managed somehow or other
to run with the help of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifton, Jan the Pole and his
Glasgow wife Nelly, and Jenny,

Apart from the possession of an the Chinese secretary girl. And
independent and witty mind, an without even a refrigerator !
interest in domestic life, plus a Not that a_ refrigerator was
refusal to become absorbed in it, needed during the winter of the
a sensitiveness to neighbours, hus- Great Freeze, when the Gulf

Stream failed to come to the res-
of the British system of heat-
ing houses. I* was a sad moment
when Emily Hahn learned the
meaning of the word “chilblains.”
I doubt if she will ever quite for-
give England that experience.

But somehow or other, midst all
the tribulations, she managed to
sketch this gay, busy family life,
to set it against the post-war back-
ground, and to deliver this racy
running commentary on British
life «and morals.

Tne British! A kindly American
does not know whether to laugh
or ery over them.

Such splendid human qualities
so shamefully misused.

Such ingenuity spent in making
the English home as hard as pos-
sible to run.

So many
clean and
cleaning them.

cue

to
in

needless objects
such passion

ALL'S FORGIVEN--BAR

THE CHILBLAINS

BLACK-OUT ON THE
EAST SEA

ana

of Western, Europe, Naval
army air bas@s are scattered along

the coast and inland. jover his books in preparation

s *
‘No Surprise

CAPTAIN Brunsinski, chief of
the Neptune naval dockyards at
Rostock, Germany’s former naval
centre, told German workers re-
cently: “We are in a position to
prevent any surprise attack by
submarine.” /

He went on to describe a special }
anti-U-boat weapon which was
25ft. long and had mines attached
to it. He said that secret apparatus
on the weapon registered any ap-
proaching submarine and moved
the weapon into the right position
and depth for attack.

It is no accident that Russian air-
sea manoeuvres are taking place
now around Bornholm, the Heligo-
land of the Baltic. This tiny strate-
gic island controls the approaches
to the Russian end of the sea from
the West.

At the end of the war the Rus-
sians occupied the island, But then
the Danish king, paying a modern
Danegeld, gave the occupation
forces 10,000 watches, and the
Russians went away. Now they
would like it back again.

The Russians have taken extra-
ordinary measures to keep secret
their work along the coast. The
German population in this forbid-
den Baltic zone has been evacuated, |
either to the Soviet zone or to the,
East.

Giant luxury hotels, once filled} when he was nine.
ren were first taken to France, then Portugal
racks for the tens of thousands off and finally
German workers racing to COM") Giaronon,

with holidaymakers, are now bar-

plete the Baltic Wall.

The Warning ..

EACH man is screened by Rus-
sian secret police, and now and
again a “Western agent” or “West-
ern spy” or “saboteur’”’ is weeded
out and dealt with as a warning
to the others.

A few make a break and get
away. The stories they tell present
a corroborated picture of intense
naval and military preparation to
make the East Baltic a Russian
bulwark against the West,

It is being done almost on the
doorstep of Berlin, and right under
the noses of the Finns, the Swedes,
and the Danes.

Under the noses, too, of thd
British in Lubeck, only a few miles
from a Russian naval base across
the frontier in the Soviet zone.

ses...

—_—





she said cuttingly to the Major! |

“Give me a house in China and
a lot of servants and a favourable
exchange and I can evolve a pleas-
ant existence. Give me a house
in New York with Willy — there
was a good housekeeper for you—”

But a big, old-fashioned house
in servantless, England! What
could a poor American girl do?
“You ean't square off and kick a
house in the pants!”

But somehow _ things worked
themselves out. The village gos-
sip died down — especially after

the Boxers. decided not to yield to
democratic impulse and send little
Carola to the local cquncil school,
a threat which waS about to cause
a scandal among the villagers.

And after all Dorset is a very
lovely county. And very Tory—
which is somehow a comfort even
when, like the Major, you are
philosophically watching the Doom
of Capitalism—almost as Tory as
that other county where the house-
maid, approaching the polling
booth, asked to be directed to the
servants’ entrange.

Â¥ .
Was She Worried ?
And little Carola became stead-
ily more British, after starting her
school career as a kind of infant
daughter of the American Revolu-

in an eight-hour-a-day :
a king in greystone mansion on the shores of |



closely guarded by German soldiers,
thimself in his studies.

were imprisoned in Germany. The following
year they were liberated by the American
Army, and went to Switzerland, where he
completed his formal studies in a Geneva
private school. He impressed his schoolmates |
as being plain, good-natured and quiet.

His father has refused to allow him to return
until the “royal question” is settled.

wealth Governments will meet in London |
May 1 to co-ordinate their views regarding |
a peace treaty with Japan.






draft
which has four cardinal facets :

panese have the right to live an ordered com- |
mercial life with opportunities to trade with |
other countries.

a Japanese merchant nawy, of such composi-
tion that it could not be transferred into a
fighting fleet.

ee CC A

TRAINING 10 BE KING

GENEVA.
A 19-YEAR-OLD student prince is enrolled |
course on how to be!

s

Lake Leman.

ant job-—King of the Belgians—which may
soon fall in his lap.

The shy, scholarly Prince waits calmly
while history-in-the-making shapes the
course of his life, and his father King Leopold

Crown Prince Baudouin, of Belgium, pores
for an import-






struggles over the problem of returning (0) >

the throne.

The exiled King announced that he is pre-
pared to yield his royal powers temporarily
to his son if the Belgian Parliament recalls
him to the throne. This would open the door
to agreement among the nation’s three major
political parties. :

Under the watchful eye of Belgian profes-
sors. Prince Baudouin studies English, Flem-
ish, advanced mathematics, literature, his-
tory, law and_ physics. Between private
lessons, he reads Belgian and foreign news-
papers, and occasionally takes a stroll about
the estate.

The Prince became heir to the Belgian
throne at the age of three when his grand-
father King Albert plunged to his death from
a Swiss mountain cliff. And less than a
month before his fifth birthday, his mother,
the popular Queen Astrid, was killed while
motoring in Switzerland with the King.

Belgians remember the young Prince as a
precocious serious lad in a formal white cos-
tume, occasionally appearing in public beside
his tall, soldierly father.

The German Army rolled over Belgium
He and the other child-

back to Belgium. In the castle of
in the Ardennes, where he was
he lost

In 1944 Prince Baudouin and his father

He has not lived in Belgium for ten years.

Consequently, the Prince has not assumed
his seat in the Belgian Senate, automatically
conferred on royal princes at 18, and has not
begun military service.

His tutors are trying to make up for two
serious gaps in his training—early removal
from the Helgian people, and lack of the tra-
ditional English schooling, such as at Eton,
where his father studied.

Peace Treaty With Japan

LONDON.
the British Common-



EXPERTS from

They are expected to incorporate in their
the British Government’s attitude,



1. Opposition to a harsh peace treaty.
2. Appreciation of the fact that the Ja- |

3. Agreement to the re-establishment of

4. Sustained efforts to prevent a rebirth

of an aggressive Japanese nation.

The High Commissioners of New Zealand,

Australia, Ceylon, Pakistan and India will |

attend the opening meeting along with Ern- |
est Bevin, the Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs, and Patrick Gordon Walker, Secre-

tary of State for Commonwealth Relations. |

Afterwards the talks will be on an official
level with sub-committees being appointed
to deal with various subjects. '

The British Government already has ex-
pressed the view that the Japanese peace
| treaty should be formulated by :

the war against Japan.

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tion. And Emily herself—did she | (b) The

countries which

suffered from

not find a little Britishness infil- | Japanese aggression.

trating her defences? I have the }
impression that when she went
back to the States, “home,” as she |
calls it with a touch of defiance, |
she was a little worried about her-
self. Her vowels.were still Ameri-
can, but where was her heart?

: : | known.
At least a province of it had

|
been Icst to England, as a kind of
49th state handed over to us under

Marshall Aid. |so far have not deviated from that attitude.

Indonesia and Burma, for example, would
| fall into both categories B and C.

The attitude of the Russians is also well
They want the Treaty with Japan
-| to be drafted by the Foreign Ministers of the
United States, Great Britain and Russia, and

(c) All those countries with an established

(a) All the countries which took part ’
,

| interest in the Pacific. |
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It is vigorously opposed by the United

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But it is clear that the Major is :
typical of nobody. How does one Then there is the selfishness of | {
classify a Regular Army officer British husbands, in a land Hers is a book which is spirited, |
who suddenly becomes Camoens where the women never stop free-spoken, alive with personal- | States and Great Britain
Professor of Portuguese at King’s working—"I'm a spoiled American ity. .
woman. I am, and I wouldn't It puts down Emily’s exasper-

College, London?
Of the Major we get

refusal to

work”) his pregnant

temper,

|i illusion about England i
her husband, “the Major,” is
| the Hunt



a full length
portrait, his hobbies, his picture of
himself as a “doomed rentier,” his
mend fuses (“women's
British
silences, his flashes of bad British
The Major being rude at
Ball—and being provoca-

stand for it.”
Gossip Died

But how
behave like a



»ften she wanted to
British husband,
“dropping into the kitchen occa-
sionally in a whimsical way” as



ated, admiring affection for the
British, using to the limit and

never once abusing the right to| in concert with the two other bi

v ght t r big powers. In
plain speech of one who has mar- |a meeting of all interested i Ba ot
the voice of Russia would not be dominant.

ried into the family.

—L.E.S.

a

For The Gas Bill



England to me is, surely a not-
able addition to our books-in-law.

The latter feels that Russia would use the
conference as a propaganda platform, with-
out showing the slightest inclination to work

There always is the chance, of course, that
Moscow will boycott the meeting altogether.

“Joke”



ain

To the Editor, The Advocate modity which is offered at a ELIZABETH L. ARCHER; Man- What Mr. Chenery said in ef- ister can now make a decree and Hartley (we are the masters
SIR.— Sometime in the year cheaper rate? !! It might read to ager of Windsor Hotel fect was that British law had a British citizen can be convict- now) Shaweross, his junio
1948 we were promised through the outside world like a huge A. E. TAYLOR: Manager of been so admirably built up on ed under that decree; and he has chirped jubilantly: “Admini oo
Royal Hotel foundations of impartiality and no right to appea) to the judges. tive law has otene to stay.” 7h

â„¢ iS s

the columns of your paper that
we would be getting Natural Gas
shortly, Later in 1949 a letter ap-
peared in your correspondence
section from the Manager of the
Ges Company offering an explan-
ation to the Public, and setting out
that the Company had gone to
considerable expense and troubie
and had dane all in their power
to give this commodity to the pub-
lic, but quite naturally they had
to have a “emunerative price fixed
at which it wou'd be sold, and a

for this joke.

one

presented to

joke! but as we have ascertained
from actual figures, we are pay!"s

During the past six months, we
the undersigned Hotels operating
in the island could have actually
effected a saving on our Gas Bills
of approximately one thousand,
hundred and eighty
dollars ($1,183.00) had the Bill as

passed. The average saving to G.
the largest Hotel being approx-
imately $64.00 per month

NORMAN M

B. M.

three of Berwick

the House been

W. R. SARJEANT: Manager of
Hastings Hotel

ager of Ocean View Hotel.

. HOWELL: Proprietress
of Sea View Guest House

Cc. M. HASSELL:

A. B. KNIGHT:
Stafford House
Cc. HARDS:

Enmore Hotel

the

ITCHELL: Man-

countries
out-dated. For
Proprietress

Guest House
Manager of

a lead from the

Proprietor of

law and that I

independence from the power of
Executive that
a model from which all civilised
patterned
That is the statement I thought

that recently the boot is on the
other foot; Britain is now taking
tries of Europe.

Let me be careful to point out
that I am quite ignorant of the

it had been Minister. In

their own. law

of authority

it seems to me
Tribunal
ment
tribunals

in
decivilised coun-

should like to get

He can, however, appeal to the
short,
the Minister is now
of the courts.
Justice Goddard,
to
against a decision of a local Rent
1947,
has chosen
masters
tion and to leave the decision o
these cases to them without an
appeal, assuming that
act property. We have no power

ironical that it was this e
Sir Hartley who was aa
Nuremberg to prosecute German
leaders for such acts as the sup-
pression of justice in favour of
People’s Courts. Apparently, if an
evil thing is called by a different
hame it is no longer evil. Lord
Jowett had seen this evil com-
ing and did not like it. It struck
at the very roots of British legal
tradition. At the Lord Mayor of
London’s banquet in 1946 he hac

the law
above the
Lord Chief
stating his lack
grant a writ

of

said. “Parlia-
to make the
of the situa-

they will

Bill hud Beer resented to the the informatior 3 ~ said: “My
House. It was pointed out that, at We hope that this letter might Out of Date ment which T aid nak ee of controlling them as we have temen, yg a a
the price asked for (ie. 2/- per have some influence in getting op to seek last night. It seems to im regard to other inferior courts inheritor and the Bina 7” ae
Therm) the present users of Gas something done about this im- 7° e Editor, The Advocate me that recently a change occur- Another legal ight complained great tradition of inde ce 2
would effect a saving of an average portant matter as quickly as SIR,—Last night in his lecture red in British law which is alien that these tribunals had more We have fought for . mere
of 331/3% on their present Gas possible, as every day of delay ®t “Wakefield” = Mr Chenery to its whole tradition. and which POWer than the police kings. We have éelaiaat a
Account Now it is April 1950 means a greater loss to us. or * ees which struck was important enough to change When this Bill of Government *27!"5! kings. And we are A
i eem 1! I t the Meanwhile will you please ac- a bess a a ee _ There its compiexion and tendency. Sir by decree wa iueed. the '27day to fight for it against th
ept ir thanks for publishing je «4, . however, enough time Hartley Shawcross describes it Govern: t b; a tive’. But that fight was
and any : ° he fF pe unding title of viset J 4 | th its loss wv ent
ill be ve aw which that inde-
u rsigned Sarge that laws may nov while the executive
EAN IVERSON , ee tea =e enforced by Govy- could aging eems to out-dat

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“THE BUSHE
EXPERIMENT’

A Lecture By

J.W.B. Chenery

THAT the Bushe Experiment was capable of great
development in the direction of full ministerial responsi-
bility and cabinet system was told to a large audience by

Mr. Justice

field on Wednesday night.



Mr. Justice J. W. B, CHENERY

~ BICYCLE >
LOST

7. . LOSS of a bicycle valued
$82 was reported by Clem.
ent Jackman of Chapman Street.
He'stated that the bicycle was
noved from outside S, J. Rock’s
hop at Milk Market on Wednes~-



; FIRE of unknown origin
broke out at Hope Planta-
ion. St. George at about 10 a.m., on

"Wednesday and destroyed tnree

and a quarter acres of third crop
yipe canes. They were insured
and belong to A. G. Gale of the
same plantation. A

8S ACCIDENT occurred over

the Victoria Bridge at
about 9.50 am., on Weanesday
petween a bicycle owned and rid-
den by Frank Bynoe of Culloden
Road and a motor lorry. Bynoe’s
ieft foot was injured.

NOTHER ACCIDENT occur-

red on Broad Street at
about 12 noon on Wednesday
between motor car T-54, owned
by H. B. Mahon of Lion Castle,
St. Thomas and driven by Roy
Layne of Chapman Village, St.
Thomas, and a bicycle owned and
ridden by Keith Porter of Hinds-
bury Road.

The rear wheel, handle bar and
generator of the bicycle were
damaged.

HE 20-FOOT FISHING BOAT

“Lady Gracias” owned by
Byron Adam, of Christ Church
sank about 11.30 a.m., yesterday
when it encountered rough seas

and high winds south of the
island.
The crew of three returned
safely.

N ACCIDENT occurred about
7.55 a.m., yesterday on Has-
tings Road between the cars
X-428 owned by Walter Corbin
of Christ Church and driven by
Ivor Corbin and X-1084 owned
by the American Consulate and
driven by Albert Nyrrin of Marine
Gardens, Christ Church.
Both cars were damage”.



Dockyard Was No
Bed Of Roses

Work on the Bermuda dock-
yards was no bed of roses, but one
could make a living, Edmund
Thompson told the Advocate yes-
terday.

Thompson was among a batch

of 20 who returned from His
Majesty's dockyard, Bermuda,
or Monday. He has been em-

ployed in the dockyard for eight
years,

Although in Bermuda for eight
years, Thompson could not say
much about the place or condi-
tions. “I spent my eight years
looking after my personal busi-
hess,” he said.

Thompson enjoyed his stay
there but he was glad to return
to Barbados,

The cost of living in Bermuda
is very high—rather, much high-
er than it is in Barbados—but tha
wages were good. American cur«
rency is generally used. The
Ainerican dollar is worth $1.20

ere,

The immigrants in Bermuda
Worked on a basis. A single man
Working on the dockyards could
family
it difficult.



More Equipment
For Seawell

A welding plant, a roll of hose
tor paris, batteries, tools anc
cylinders of gas arrived fron

tinidad yesterday by the Zits

Wonita for use in the constructiot
runway at Seawell.

Zita Wonita brought othe:
argo for Barbados. This includec
Cédar boards, asbestos roofing,

compound and 155 ton
coai.

Eel which brought 41‘
bags of copra from Grenada. O!
Wednesday evening, the Mermaic
+ arrived from Dominica wit!

900 loose cocoanuts aad 26 cord:
of firewood.



What's on Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00

am,

Football at Queen's Park at
5.00 p.m.
et Ball at Y.M.P.C. at
1.30 p.m.

Police Band at

Hastings |
Rocks at 8.00 p.m, |

crite
a

J. W. B. Chenery at the British Council, Wake-

Mr. Chenery was lecturing on
“Ministerial Responsibility and the
—" Experiment” in Barbados
and among those present were,
Mr. G. H. Adams, M.C.P., Dr. H. G.
Cummins, M.C.P,, Mr. F. L. Wal-
cott, M.C.P., Mr. M. E. Cox, M.CP.,
the four members of the Executive
in the House of Assembly, Mr.
A. E. S. Lewis, M.C.P. and Mr.
R. G. Mapp, M.C.P.

_ Mr. Chenery began by mention-
ing the fact that the constitution
of Barbados had remained un-
changed from the time of the early
settlement in 1627, until the great
constitutional crisis of 1876.

_ He said that after Emancipation
in 1834, the Colonial Office realised
that the representative Assemblies
which had _ hitherto functioned,
were not properly designed to
meet the new order of society.

In 1939, the Colonial Office be-
gan the process of abolishing
representative assemblies in the
various West Indian colonies and
converting them into Crown Colo-
nies. That process was carried
through more or less _ whole-
heartedly and culminated in 1865
when Jamaica surrendered her
constitution and aiso became’ a
Crown Colony.

The Colonial Office had
always felt the newly eman-
cipated masses needed a
powerful arm of the Crown
as their guardian and protect-
or and that the only means of
making such guardianship and
protection effective, was to
vest in His Majesty’s repre-
sentative, powers which were
not consistent with the old
representative system.

In Barbados, however, the
inhabitants, unlike the majority of
the other colonies, had always
prided themselves on their consti-
tution and were always disposed
to put up a sturdy fight against
any attempt from whatever quar-
ter, to lay impious hands on the
ark of the constitution.

Sir Conrad

The crisis of 1876, though suc-
cessfully surmounted by Barba-
dos, had made it clear that some
change was essential in their
legislative and administrative pro-
cesses, and the genius and states-
manship of Sir Conrad Reeves as
he afterwards became, adapted to
the circumstances of this colony,
the Executive Committee system
which had been tried without con-
spicuous success in Jamaica and
other West Indian colonies.

The Executive Committee Act
was passed in 1881, and was one
of the foremost land marks in Bar-
badian constitutional history. Be-
tween 1881 and 1946, the system
worked without any serious break-

down, but with the growth of
political parties in Barbados, it

became obvious that the time was
not far off when, in conformity
with the political practice of near-
ly all parliamentary democracies
within the Commonwealth, the
party to whom the electorate had

most largely given their confi-
dence, would be required to
choose from among themselves,

the members who would sit on the
Executive Committee.

The great secret of British
success in the art of Govern-
ment, had been the cabinet
system which in the words of
that great political philoso-
pher, Walter Bagehot, had
proved to be the hyphen be-
tween the Executive and
Legislature and between the
King-in-Coun*il and the
King-in-Parliament,

Nearly all modern democratic
institutions had adopted the more
or less complete manner, the cab-
inet system which English political
genius had devised.

In Barbados, hitherto on the
Attorney-General, had fallen the
burden and task of conducting
Government business in the House
of Assembly and explaining Gov-
ernment measures and carrying
out those functions generally
which in other communities, fell
to the lot of the Prime Minister.

With the illness of the Attorney-
General in April 1946, the Gov-
ernor of the day, Sir Grattan
Bushe, seized the opportunity to
make the four members on the
Executive from the House of As-
sembly, responsible for the admin-
istration of various departments in
the House of Assembly, and later

that same year, he exercised his
prerogative and prevented the
Attorney-General from standing
for election for the House of
‘Assembly.

In his prorogation speech
on October 1, 1946, Sir Grat-
tan adumbrated his scheme
which he called tentative and
experimental and which had
come to be known as “The
Bushe Experiment.”

In that speech he maintained
with great emphasis that the
whole parliamentary system was
designed to obstruct and thwart
the speedy despatch of public
business and might have served
well in the days when vigorous
and speedy action was in the
prime desideratum, but was hope-
lessly unsuited to the modern era
when emphasis must, above all, be
placed on speedy and effective
action.

He also stressed the fact that in
their constitution, ibe Covernor
possessed full res," \caislity and
no power, and the Houst: possessed
power and no responsibility.

In his scheme he said that the
Governor would call upon that
member of the House whom he felt
would be most likely to be able to
command a tnajority in the House
of Assembly and ask him to sub-
mit the names to the Governor for



membership on the Executive
Committee
Sir Grattan left Barbados:
before the House convened
after the elections and it was
left to Mr. Rankine who was
Acting yor, to institute
tee 4 see
\
Di | ~
is erdict mn the orKing
f the experiment

nounced in its favour.

MRS. STOUTE of Ebenezer Girls’ School demonstrates the method
Loom at the Exhibition of Handcrafts held at Wesley Hall Boys

ground can be

HANDY
TEACHERS

Boys and girls of the Elemen-





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



ON

= —

.



of operating the Weave Master
School yesterday, In the fore-
seen various patterns of multicoloured scarves.

ay



Col. Michelin
Inspects

3 Inspector
Dismissed





-
co ppayyecndl of ae island can Inspector \ E. Worrell of the Regiment
stonlethicn aress, Xnit a pair of Sanitary Department of St
or woe ieee Bice ee) ane Michael was yesterday dismissed day at 445 p.n tare
ites wales, hie tie from the from his post by the Commission- ados Regiment er the
drat : a eeaae Feige a book oY ers of Health of the parish, and of Colonel Connell, was
The hepattnient “ot Educatio Worrell had been suspended by inspected by the Commandant of
) r : : xe . : ee . } :
in ensuring that this is sc sel the Chairman in Finance Com- local forces, Colonel Michelin, at
conducted vacati a Se wrt oo. mittee for what was termed gross the Garrison.
MEeeo cs 5 sses - 7
‘ ein which orate ce Meglect of duty, in the Black Rock After the inspection, the C.LF
teachers in which expert instruc. ““**S". iol, ee t { : re, vie
tion in handicrafts is given ‘and Sa’ Cf which he was in charge, returned to the saluting base, |
the teachers in turn can nase On and it was recommended to the where he took the salute from the}
this knowledge to their pupils Se ee that he be dis- two Companies which marched |
during the school term ssea. ‘ past The soldiers, who looked]
ee ; At the meeting of the Board i ae 7 |
yesterday it which — Inspector smart in their new outfits, receiv- |
- P yesterday i y t spect¢ }
Such a class was held during paiva ce ag =
Tac 70 cunt, P * as Ss t, the emt s
the Easter vacation from April 1] Jey. giving’ much consideration “ol: Michelin was then shown|
to April 21 and the work done by to the Wins nce Committee’s 27Ound to th arious groups of}
> hg 8 was on exhibition af | acoommendation. unanimously de- "2 Who were being instructed |
en ie : ,. cided to uphold it; dismissing ‘2 Weapon trair The Police |
G5 in ® cane Go tae igo Worrell forthwith. They decided to Ban ier Capt. C. E. Raison}
o ) Jungian was » latest ca eet d wa le late egive him three. months’ salary was attendance }
piece of equipment ih use for this: "yo ie. seputce: as. Sanitat |
course. The loom has already ee ee a en cd

turned out some brightly coloured
Scarves, ties, table-ends in D.M.C

and macrame twine and also in
wooi
One of these gaily coloured

scarves would sell in the store for
$2.40.

In the knitting section there
was on display a green woollen
pullover that could hold its own

with a similar article produced by
a professional. Samples of babies
booties, children’s and _ men’
socks in a variety of colours were
also exhibited.

There were few exhibits in the
needlecraft and pattern draftin;:
section but these all had the look

of competent workmanship anc
skilled finishing.

Bookbinding and basketry are
old subjects on the programme

and it was quite evident that the
teachers have gone a long way
towards perfection in these par:
ticular classes.

£10 Awarded
For Dog Bite

His Honour Mr. J. W. B. Chen-
ery in the Court of Origi:fal Jur-
isdiction yesterday grant e
Judgment of £10 10s. for Averil
Scbers of Ellerton, St. George
who claimed £50 damages after
she had been bitten by Almeniz
Amey’s dogs on October 1, 1949
Amey lived in the same district

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared
for Sobers. Amey was representec



by Mr. Ward.
After some evidence had beer
given, Mr. Ward said he woulc

cnly pursue the question of dam:
ages.

Cecil Sobers, Averil’s father
said that he was a potato digger
and seller. He claimed that his

deughter used to work daily witt
him and

he paid her one dollar
per day. His own earnings
varied from $10 to $20 per day
His daughter lost 15 days’ earn-

ings due to her sickness.

He had had to take the girl t
the doctor on three occasion:
which involved doctor’s fee anc
car hire. His daughter's clothes
had heen destroyed.

His daughter, he said, had been
chasing home a pig when she was
attacked by the dogs.

Other witnesses for the prosecu-

tion told how on different occa-
ions Amey’s dogs had _ bitten
other people, destroyed clothes

killed a sheep and once a pig.
Averil corroborated her father’s
evidence. Her mother said under
cross-examination that Averil
did not work with her father but

remained at home.

Before giving judgment, Hi:
Honour said that the case had
been narrowed down to a questior
of damages. The father hac
attempted to boost them up by
alleging that the child used to

work with him every day diggin;
and selling potatoes That, how









ever, had only existed
fanciful imagination,

During the debate last year
on the Colonel Duke affair, the
leader of the House had empha-
sised that incident of that
nature, should bring home to all,

the necessity for complete minis-
terial responsibility and it was
clear that the next step in the de-
velopment of the Bushe Experi-
ment must be in the adoption of
the system of ministerial respon-
sibility and cabinet Government.

At the conclusion of the lecture,
there was a lively discussion and
the lecturer was asked to give his
ypinion as to whether those other
developments could be carried
through without legislation either
of a local or innperial character

The lecturer replied that English
political genius had been remark-
ably fertile in securing the maxi-





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on wear occasion after bein rN és“ . e o|
reinstatec 9
Inspector Archer wa als The ‘Potick
brought before the Board yester
day and warned that if the occa- Bits of r¢ n canvas which|/
sion arose for him to be brought ere ce the sails of the Potick|
there again he would be dis- ere lying on the wharf yeste!
missed Afte three months ot |
Archer had been before the ) they were once]
Committee for failing to be on the” sun |
duty on time and especially on ry, a Governme!
particular occasion to which the qdijye; years, was bring
Chairman pointed. ir ese | f sail to the sur-
It was the first time Archer had ‘ He worked in a_ bathsuit}
been brought before the Board { rrie iown with him al
end it was for failing to be on knife
duty on time, but he had appeared Greg can stay under water
before the Finance Committee on yout six minutes. He comes|
ther occasions on other charge rely to take a breath and}
as well. e 06 gain, |
The Chairman pointed out that He had to. make his ry inte
on this particular occasion cabin fer the sail He has not}
which the attention of the Board it any of the ballast which
was being drawn, he had himself he said is at. the bottom of the
seen Archer going to work at a vesce] Here and there Gregory |
late hour. When the matter had gay a few mall fish. When]
been investigated Archer’s only ked if he had seen any large
explanation was that vain hi fish, he answered: “I would not|
fallen. be going back down at all.” Seen
Not Enough therwise were a few barrels and
: ; hook |
The Chairman said that h« Gregor, id that the Potick’s
sure howeyer that sufficient rain )...) over¢ vith sand and the
could not Have fallen to prevent , tei the sand The |
Archer getting to his job, for at cong is soft and should not give
the time he had seen him, another jiuch resistar in the refloatins
Sanitary Inspector actually of the vessel
cn the job in that district He does ot use rope guide|
> Commissioners decided . : a 3°
ik duane the hou of duty, «. . 4 7 ao eee ¢ em
> ' Is not afraid of being trapped i
Sanitary Inspectors must wear t,.. Gain. The place through |
uniforms Failure to do_ this seks: Hea \ teice’ Hie -eacttiia |
would be regarded as a breach of bright while the interior of the
the discipline of the Board cabin is very dark This is his
A Sanitary Incector is given guide from the cabin of the
two kyaki suits and a pair of \ eck
shoes every year. He receives a “Diving does not effect me in
hat every other year ny way,’ Gregory told the

Ad
vocate, “but fhis particular job i
very difficult

one

Case Adjourned



iJearing in the Court of Erro: * “HH! t 29
of the case in which Carlisle a : Xpor ers
Headley has appealed against the Xe >
decision of the Court of Appeal ‘ined £4,
in its Original (legal) Jurisdic- ow
tion, in awarding £50 to Seibert
Smith for damages, wa ad- ‘This ji 1 serious offence an
journed yesterauy until May 8 at I am not going to deal lenient!
the request of Counsel for the with you,” said Mr. A, J. H, Hans |
appellant-defendant. chell» yesterday to Lennie Patric

of the Lady Noleen and Reginal

The curse arose out of a collision Walker of Bush Hall when he}
which took place on Barrack found tnem guilty of attemptin
Road, gank Hall, between & to export from the island one bat!
motor car driven by Headley and of ¢ornmeal and one bag of|

bicycle ridden by Smith flour without obtaining a licence |

The occurrence took place in granted by the Government }
June 1948 They were each ordered to pa

Mr. G, H, Adams instructed by £4 forthwith or in default undet
Mr. W. O. Haynes is appearing go two irwnths’ imprisonment, |
for Headley, and Mr. E. K, Wai- P.C. 488 Collymore said he say}
cott, K.C., instructed by Messrs. walker on Apri) 27 pushing
Carrington & Sealy, for Smith cart along the Pierhead. Inside!

= the cart were two bags. When Ber

reached the Lady Noeleen Lennic

£2 FINE FOR ASSAULT Patrice took the bags from him
nd put them on the schoone

Arthur Allen of Reed Street He asked them if they had a per-|
was ordered to pay a fine of £2 mit and they admitted that they
in one month or one month's did not. He arrested Patrice and
imprisonment by His Worshig Ister the same day Walker was
Mr. E. A, McLeod yesterday for also arrested iS |
assaulting and beating Randolf Sgt. King prosecuted on behalf
Squires on March 26. of the crown,

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ered vita! to the security

defence of Australia |

The Government would be en-
titled to determine which indus-
try must be protected from Com-
munists.

Mr. Menzies, in his speech to-
day, listed coal mining, engineer-
ing, Iron and steel, transport and
power as examples of what he}
meant. Unprecedented precau- |
tions were taken today to prevent |
any Communist demonstration in |
or near Parliament House. The
snowy white, modern building—
set in gardens and parks—was in
a “state of siege” as the big House
staff reinforced by police squads
blocked all but the main entrance.

—Reuter.

and



30/-

For inflicting
Winifred

Rita

FINE

bodily harm or}
Medford on March 11
Holligan of Dayrells Road
Was fined 30s. by His Worshiy
Mr. E,. A. McLeod yesterday.

The fine is to be paid in on
nonth or in default serve onc
nonth’s imprisonment. |

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25 YEARS AGO |
(Barbados Advocate.
1925),

April 28

The first annua. dinner of the
Officers Mess to whe Warrant
Officers and Sergeants was giyer
at the Drill Hall on Saturday
evening the 25th inst. Service
was laid for forty-three members

|
Among those present were, Majo:

Hon. Sir Frederick Clarke
K.C.M.G., M.C.P Hon Joh
Hutson, Capt. Weatherhead, Lt

E. Chase,
others

R.Q.M.S

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Bronchitis,

Dysentry,

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Bur! Catarrh,
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THERE’S PAIN RELIEF

AND TONIC BENEFIT
Yes! — Yeast- Vite quickly
soothes away > neu-
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ins — but it

toe too ! Because of its valuable
tonic properties Yeast- Vite
helps you to feel brighter, look
better, sleep more casily and
enjoy more energy. Next time
you want pain relief take Yeast-
Vite and get tonic benefit too!

OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT

SPALDING

&

BROS. LTO

“THERMOS” JARS

WITH WIDE MOUTH

Quart size will hold 216s Ice

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RECTANGULAR CAST TRON

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DOUBLE OVENS

with built in Thermometer ................ 22.21 |
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VALLEY VESTS

White Ribbed, sleevless
Sizes 36 to 44 ins.

Each ... anv Ry

VALLEY
UNDERPANTS

VALLEY VESTS
for Boys.

Striped designs White Ribbed

Sizes 28 to 44 Sleeveless,

ins, Sizes 24 to 32
ins.

Pair $1.32 Each ..... 69¢,

VANHEUSEN WHITE
WHITE SEMI- COTTON
STIFF COLLARS GLOVES

Sizes OS.




Styles 11 & 99 Men's and
Sizes 141% to EX. OS.
18 ins, Men's
Each Pair
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Assorted Striped Tops
Sizes : 10% to 111% ins,

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FRIDAY, APRIE 28. 1954

~PAGE. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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BY CARL ANDERSON ATR TNT MS A " sot

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ae Ton sadly cn OF THE ANCIENTS... Ww Oe oie rT eC | x
WE! HOT I AN S| . i } J /
TRAIL OF THE TREASURE)— OF THE Past VL V y= |i ge
oF ALL AROUND J _|7 I a Bis °
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\ i ¥ Pkgs. Wafer Corn Flakes
: Tins Peaches
: 8 » Pears
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: % » Palethorpe’s Staftorg
: ' : Pork Sausages
| » Palethorpe’
* rpe’s Oxforg
1 | % Sausages
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4 : | | % Cambridge Sausages
anes | | x » Pineapple Jay (2 tb) }
Zee... CANNON - . . Fhe Riddle of the Red Domine aS 5 » Marmalade Jam (2) $
<9 2, Nitin tat mc ~ ] mie Ma 1 as
cone ; TAKE IT EASY, STIRRUPS! HOLD ON, YOU TWo! AY : iis » Marmalade Jam ( :
\ 4 DOGPADOLE, i foie a's HAD IT. I'M Y ff VL BE RIGHT WITH vou i ate? 1 ies Huntley & Palmer’ ~“
+riRlups. V'Lt AFRAID BUT PWELL LUCKY FOR YOU THE F! | XY ais : almer’s
"@8AB YOU WERENT GITURO AnD “| BUILT ON DUNGEONS - AND % Biscuits—4 lines of
IA OIPFY,../ D I KNOW A WAY IN x Assorted (1 th)
4 “ ots fii % f
; Aire 5 W 1X Tins Custard Crea:
9) 7 m (1 th
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rubs ee), \ 2 \ ‘esosessssesse:
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BY FRANK STRIKER of every colour
THE ROOF HAS CAVED IN ON XB yov | GET OUT, TAD! I'LL BE RIGHT BEHIND YOu It cleans, preserves—and how it
TRE HALL! WE CAN'T GET OUT/FORGOT| | AND HURRY! THE ROOF/S Pear ; ‘ ; :
i WE polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert’s.
J Ya) . ,
ene Nothing else is quite the same. Watch
fj & “ay
Weal A the difference it makes to your shoes!
P HEN you feel listless, tired and) depressed,
vi reason is that your blood is thin and
DP & pale — without enough red blood-corpuseles —
and your nerves are weak and undernourished,
Le) New red biood-corpuscles
What you need is a course of “Sanatogen’ Nerve
Tonic Food. ‘Sanatogen’ combines the two
great body-building foods—organic phosphonis
ind protein—which build wo new red corpuscles
a in your blood and feed your weakened nerves,
thus day by day filling your body with mar
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\ 25, loctors have testifi on a course of ‘Sanatogen’ t ps :
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i ‘Sanatogen’ “i
BROADWAY SELECTION | On sale at good ‘chemiste and: Sima
{ } ;
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{ wa a 4 5 A Foon
NYLON STOCKINGS $1.86 per pair all Shades { a ;
i \\ restores health, youth and vitality
PLASTIC 36” wide in White Blue, Lemon & Pink 60c. per yd. The word ‘Sanatogen’ is a registered trade mark of Genatosan Ltd., Loughborough, England
I i ughborough, B
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multi colour 36c. each j :
f if
! VELVET RIBBON in Red, Black, Navy amd Green Kf
t READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT THE XK
DROADWAY DRESS SHOP. i

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RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND

Nf YOU CALL YOURSELF A LAD\)]

EHF BUT YOU STOLE THOSE
EMERALDS AS SURE AS YOU
SWIPED MY COAT! WHERE

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pre . -W. ” ” ENJOYMENT... --"°""" § HEALTH 8
ta i ey. » « MORE ENJOY THES ad salt, When Poitraces
1 We ” ” * t Boil 2 cups ¢ Cook it, stirring, «
All complete with Switchbuards and Automatic Voltage tf Quaker Oats.
Regulators. i
| COMPLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK ! | Sas SS oat
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BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES —White, Peach, Blue and Black 7.7 and 4.5 C. Ft. :
4é DURUGU BEVIEVED THELIVINS APE | [THE DURUGU FOLLOWED THE WOW THE TERRIFIED JUNGLE HEARS iit ‘ ; g
= DOL WOULD RETURN TOLEAD THEM | | PHANTOM® LAW AND FORGOT | | | THAT THE APE (DOL HAS COME To do, do, do. PANTIES & BRIFFS | maceaity seated Units all Steob Bom
S THE WAL | BUT THE PHANTOM ENDED THESE | | THE/@ WARLIKE WAYS ++ OR LIFE ANDLEADS THE DURUGU | —Fink and White |
DURUGU TRIBE 7 :

[SUI] BARBARIC RITES ALMOST FORGOT. |
WORSH/PED 4 } % “e
ANCIENT S70" i
THE APE /D0L+ ..c/R

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es Pink and Whit 1 few users picke aq at Nanadon







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do. do. do. VESTS — Opera Top 1 |
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2D OF WAR. do. do. do. NIGHT DRESSES Hts they should know, follow their example
—Pink, Blue, White and Gres v cant
} Windsor Castle, Admiralty, Austin Motor Co.
} - ALSO ~ }
( } i British Overseas Airways Corp., Crossley Mowers
) CHILDREN’S ANKLE SOCKS. Plain White t} Rolis Royce. i
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Week Sun
$1.00 1.29!
——
ANNOUNCEMENTS i =—=—==_
LE per word | HOUSES
RENT » ” 02 Oo RENT —-One furnished apart-
for ‘ . a : an : Sands, Worthing-on-Sea.
WANTED : alae Aine for further particulars
‘ per wor ‘a ne d 4 Lashley. 27.4.50—-4n
eam charge | rite MEALOW, also Flat, facing sea mai:
ae SOReete ean es from May ist
SALES ,| Aue , Eng ths with heaters
puBLIC 08 -10| showers, telepho: Pee
| oh phones, verandahs. Tele
a AND REAL phone 2949, 31.3.50—t.f.5
line FLAT- , :
TE per agate os ag 1,50 | eo ne Bay _Manison, fully furnished
ESTA’ 4 e of 120 | hs ia on conveniences, from ist May
Beet ae ia 3 27.4 50—2n
NOTICES = -08 16 seid
‘agate line . Gardens, Chris:
bungalow
241 sq. feet land Can be
Â¥ appointment.
A. Pierce. Phone 3348 or
DIED ee. 28.4, 50—Tn
— GBORGIANA. Yesterda”) ~ LAT '
ALLEYNE eraee e. Funeral! ! ; AT . betairs flat with 3 bedrooms
ane her late residence at West- antsy Diet in each For further
t 5 o'clock this afternoon | POPU Cwors Dial 3696
es: s Church. Friends are} _ 28.4.50—t.2.a
s Leona
Valsus. ae «-—downstairs with one large, cool
284.50 ‘ erad available from June lst:—Also
pears ys upstairs available from May
ony Thee: Ainetey | 3° or further particulars dial 4506.
pEANE—JESF IN 1 late residence at -8.4.50—In
will leave t 4.30 this after- _ ay a al
t Street at 4. , GRAND VIEW— Government -
and thence to the errr ‘ months, July to October, Apt ri
noon ,, te on 28.4.50—4n
MIA ENE ' ornare ee St _ Peter, fully furnished
BLICIA DEANE. ic a har able immediately till July 3st.
CHARLES 28.4.50— ent most reasonable to careful Ten-
ant For furt

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FOR SALE |



1939. Good
. Ring 396?
r 28.4.50~3n

stiac Conyertiable Coupe
ar Passenger in good order.
Reasonable price for quick Sale. Phone
$398 or 2749. 28.4.50—7n

fluid
MOTOR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P
flywheel

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1
drive—always owner ridden,
tr ar with two ‘extra tyres

Archer; Redman & Taylor?
Mr. 21.4.50—7n

CARS TRUCKS—At bargain
sees etc. Phone 3453.
27.4.50—4n.

|

ASSIS, 3 tons, for
$2,950.00 Courtesy
28.4.50—-3n

BEDFORD CH
1960 te delivery,

Garage, Dial 4616.

a SS t ;: : 5
FORD ENGINE; One V-8 Ford engine
and 9 in good condition, axle.
shaft, ring-gear and pinion, and
is, Enquire Auto Tyre Com-
pany, Igar Street. Phone 2696
oe 28.4.50—t.f.n.



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ICAL
cA Two (2) second han
suitable for tuition, appir

Bornn Rum Co.
eT o— 28.4.50—Sn..

—————$— —$—
HYDRAULIC TIPPING BODY. New,

00, 4 cubic}
available. from stock $800
yards city—Courtesy Garage, Dial}
616 “ncaa, 28.4.50—3n. |



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|

MISCELLANEOU
ALUM BLOCKS—Keep one handy in|
uit yourself when shaving—a |
perl aatzing KNIGHTS DRUG |
27.4.50—2n |
—— |
CROID INSOL GLUE for wood workers |
no heating, Croid Chinaware Glue at all
sore. The General Agency Co. (B'dos)
ltd, 14 High St. 23.4. 50—€n

ee
COSMETIC BAGS-—-All colours receiv-
ei—Just the thing to carry your rouge,
Lipstick & Powder in. 2/6 each
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
27.4.50—2n

a
FLOOR POLISHERS—A few Johnson's
Beautiflor fa tae an yeni
DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrica pt.

22.4.50—6n.



en gr
FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
incomparable Forest Green Sun Proot
special
distempers Paints $6.84 gin.
$3.5) gin. They are Here.
A. BARNES & Co,, Ltd.
25.4.50—13n



ielicaiinenibterstenemmmneees
GLADIOLI BULBS - Variety of “4
colours just received from Holland
Apply: J. W. Barrow. Phone SL eecchine

21.4.50—7"

TRON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron
tail windows complete with shutters.
Sie Git x 4ft. Suitable for garage or
bond. Enquire Gardiner Austin’s Build-
ing, opposite Plantations Ltd. Broad
Street or Phone 2696



28.4.50—t.f,n





PAINTS—1,C.I. Special offer Gloss
Paints. $3.45 per gallon. Come and get
them. A. BARNES & Co., Lt¢.

25.4.50—13n

POWDER PUFFS — “Betty Lou”.
Different sizes—Also fluffy ‘puffs in
different colours and puffs with long
handles—-KNIGHTS DRUG STORES.

27,4.50—-2n

RECORD CHANGERS—Anorner lot of
these to hand $31.00 complete. Dial
DaCosta & Co., Lid. Electrical

22.4.50—6n
—_—_—_————__

SINGLE RECORD PLAYERS—What

You have been waiting for $16.60. Dial
378. DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Flectrical
Devt. 20.4.50—6n.
TE —_—

SAND—Genuine Land Sand. can, be
any part of the island. ‘an-
tect D. Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew
2231, 26.4.50—2n

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(Bulova) Wrist
Cecil Wood C/o M/S N. â„¢
Dial 3306. 28.4. 50—1:

th te
PURI FG voricrs

—————
“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards from
No previous experienc
Meesary. Write today for beautiful free
tw Book to Britain’s largest anc
most Publishers; highest commission
marvellous money making opportunity
Ynes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victor!

NOTICE
JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
to attend a meeting at Com-
1 Hall on SATURDAY 29th
) at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
MER, Manager of C, F. Harrison's
Dept. will explain a scheme
oping the wood working in-
8 as referred to in a
this paper by Mr
25.4.50—4n

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Wa’
Wee on Gold



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Tree.

Hu

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
| by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians
Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
of taking charge of Mid vifery

r 10.00 per month.

must present themselves

O. at his

Peter e “Roseville,”
am.

nm or before April 29th up to
Beer Law enntiina,
22.4. 50—61
NOTICE OF TRADE MARK
DELMA

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her particulars, App'y
Hardwood Alley
25.4.50—3n

RALPH A. Bi
Phone 4683—8402

MARKHAM—On the Sea
furnished or unfurnished 3

with all modern conveniences
stalled for cook: 1

Hastings.

Hastings,
rooms
Gas in-
ing. Apply: Elise Court,
28.4.50—t.f.n

RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 lar
: 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.30
am, and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50—6n
RESIDENCE

2 of Mr. P. C. S. M

A beautiful imposing building a
looking Rockley Bay next to the in
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly
constructed. Fully furnished complete
with linen and cutlery. Studebaker
Car if required. From May Ist for fou
‘o six months. For further particular
apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 afte







4 p.m, 20.4.50—10n

THE FOLLY on Sea, St James, ful’s
furnished. Linen if required. Preferabl
leng term Apply Mrs. Manning. Tele
phone 91-09 28 .4.50—3n

THE BUNGALOW—Maxwells, Christ
Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water. Ligh

Radio, Telephone, also good seabathing

For month of May. Apply to Mrs. J. H
Wilkinson, Erin Hall, Bishops Court
Hill. 26.4.50—3n.

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PUBLIC SALES











AUCTION



By instructions received I will offer
or ne on: gs Ist May on the
premises a HALL VILLAGE,
ST. THOMAS 10 perches of iand with
a wall building at present used as a
club room—which can easily be con-
verted into a nice residence. TERMS

R, ARCHER McKENZIE,

Dial 2947. Auctioneer.



26.4.50—5n.
I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2 p.m
at my office VICTORIA STREET, 6966
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.

23.4.50—5n.

I HAVE BEEN instructed to set up
for sale by public competition at the
Cosmopoelition Garage, Magazine Lane on
Friday April 28th at 2 p.m. several cars

including one (1) Standard 8 one (is
V-8 Ford, ome (1) Austin 8 one ‘1
Flymouth, one (1) Chevrolet Style-

master; also one Chevrolet Truck, 1931
model,

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21.4.50—Sn
Srehisitianaseciemprenepienaneiapnapeidastninindittdhtiiiesiectanitineniaes

3y instructions from the Commissions
“f Police I will sell on MONDAY tet
ay at Central Station beginning
2 p.m. the following:—One (1) ladies
varasol, one (1) brown leather purse
vith silver chain and key attached. one
1) bicycle frame, one (1) fruit tierce
wd many other items of interest.
Terms cash.



DARCY A, SCOTT,
Gov, Auctioneer.
28.4. 50—3n,



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 3rd,
Thursday 4th May we will sell by order
of Mrs. John Drayton the House ap-
pointments (Antique & Modern) of
“Canefield House’ St. Thomas
which inelude:—Old Colonial
tal Dining Tables, Escritoire Hepple-
white Sideboard & China Cupboard,
Sheraton Hall Table (Brass Claw Feet),
Liquor Cases, Card Tables all in old
Mahogany; Handsome Chandeliers;
Uphols; Couches & Chairs, Rugs, Car-
pets, Curtains, French Mirrors, Electric
Table and Floor Lamps, Wall Candle
Prackets, Chipendale Desk and‘ Chair,
Cabinet; Uphols. Leather Seat Chairs;
Bookshelves and Books; Old China,
Shef: Plate, Silver and Glass; Set of
Table Cut Glass, 51 Pieces; Venetian
Brandy Set, Barrel Shades, Brandy
Glasses, Crown Derby Coffee Cups and
Ornaments, S.P. Waiter Cruet, Coffee
Urn, Entre Dishes, Silver Spoons, Forks,
Salt Cellars &c; Plated Candelabrae,
Dish Covers &c; French Tea-Coffee Ser-
vice Sangaree Glass; Wrought Iron Suite
tf Verandah Furpiture (very nice)
Valuable Chinese Painting, Barometers,
Stairs Carpet; Tall 4 post Mahog; Bed-
stead, Single Wood and Iron Bedsteads,
Deep Sleep Mattresses, Old Mahog:
Linen Presses, French Press, Chinese
Camphor Chests, Military Chest of
Drawers, Beautiful Tall Boys, Linen;
Ping Pong Table 4 burner G. FE. Elec-
tric Stove, Elec; Kettle, Toaster; Kit-
chen Utensils; Garden Chairs & Ben--



2

Pedes-



ches; Flood & Spot Lights, Orchid
Plants, Chrysler Windsor Sedan Car 1948
Westinghouse Refrigerator, Kelvinator
Deep freeze.

Inspection Monday Ist May from 11
30 a.m. to 3 o'clock, The Car will be
sold Tuesday 2nd at 2-o’clock The

Stove, Deep Freeze and Refrigerator ov
Wednesday 3rd. Sale 11.30 o'clock.
Terms strictly cash.



BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers
REAL ESTATE

WE will set up for sale at public

te and credentials to | competition at our Office No: 17, High

Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m. .

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

Sea annes oY day between 10 a.m
and 12 o'clock noon. :

oc.” etuer particulars and Condi-

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Invisibl | |
nvisible Marri esd
iti 1 arriages
= DEAL, Kent, April 25 |
ie second day’s play im the : i
English Amateur Golf Champion- ega Ize
ship on the Roval Cinque Sports
— course was abandoned BONN, April 27. |
c wing i heavy wena oa r :
Borne at O deavy snow. The West German Parliament|
se a a bitter northerly wind to-day took an important step to}
ee ta ad cone _Stoppage of! fulfl the abrogation of the
ene hid “se nour ‘after early start-| infamous Nazi Nuremb- rg mar-
fiete or the ieee ae the full! riage law directed against the
: ce caddies nee ‘ aw ermitting
were sent out as far as the ninth sees. It pease a: lave permaming

green, which some players had
reached, to inform them of the
temporary cessation of play and
t was not long before the
specially convened committee
meetin decided to abandon play.
Balls became invisible on the
snow carpeted fairways, and
when they were found they were
coated in ice and snow to make
them many times larger than
their regulation size.

Today’s pay at Deal was t
second of two str
rounds to decide
for the match play stages.
athe week there
been 36 holes semi-finals but
these have been reduced to 18
holes which will help to make up
for the day lost by today’s aban-
donmert.

he
ong qualifying

were to have

—Reuter.













Young Lady for our office Apply by
letter and in person STANFIELD
SCOTT & Co., Ltd. 25.4.50—t.f.n
————
_IMMEDIATELY for at ieast 4 weeke
OUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club

Bathsheba. Applications in writing.
22.4.50—6n

ee

SITUATIONS VACANT

ASS'STANT FACTORY ENGINEER
situation vacant for Assistant Eng’









*sident at Roseau Factory, St. “ci:
\pplicant mubt have had at least 5 year
Sugar Factory experience, preferably
nore, and be between the ages c

u 4 yeurs Partly furnished 5 re
ungalow supplied and 3 months lung
fe.ve home given every three years
‘ith passages paid far self and « ‘fe

\pplicant must supply testimonia
sdte present salary and sa

and
ary expected



Applications to be addressad to ‘Pe
Roseau Co. Lid,, St. Lucia, B.W.1
28 .4.50-—3n
FACTORY CHEMIST
Situation vacant for Spgar. Factory
Chemist resident at Roseau Factory.
St. Lucia, but also in charge of chemicz!

control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Laicia,
about three miles distant by motor
road. Applicant must have had at least
3 rs Factory experience, preferably
more, and be between the ages of 25
and 40 years. Partly furnished 5 room
bungalow supplied and 3 months long
leave home given every 3 years with
pessages paid for self and wife. Appli-
sant must supply testimonials and state
present salary and salary expected
Applications to be. addressed to The
Roseau Co. Lid., St. Lucia, B.W.I.







28.4.50—3n.
‘ISCELLANEOUS
LIQUOR LICENSE by 30th June.
4. E. Taylor Ltd., Coleridge Sireet
Jial 4100. 28.4.50—2n.





PERSONAL





“he public are hereby warned ogainst
uving credit to my wife INEZ STRAKER
nee Beckles,) of Harmony Hall, Rich-
mond Gap, St. Michael, Barbados as 1
‘o not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt «-
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me,

LIONEL A. STRAKEP.
C/o C.Ss.K.,
Curacao, N.W.5
28.4. 50—h

Publie Sales-—Contd.











REAL ESTATE

“ALCOTT”—Situate at the Stream

Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236] Withdrew

Square Feet of land, with right of way
to Worthing Beach.

The house contains gallery, drawing
end dining roem, three bedrooms,
pantpy, kitchen and usual out-offices.
Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard.

Inspection on application to the tenant
Mrs. Watkins every day (except
Sundays) between the hours of 3 and
6 p.m,

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street on Friday the 5th of May 1950 at
2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
28.4.50—Tn



EVANTON
Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Half
Acre. A delightful new modern Resi-
dence, having three Bedrooms, A large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,

Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. Aj} visit to Rome.

choice of a fourth bedroom if Lounge
becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside,
‘Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
Two Car Garage. Price £4,500
nearest. For further particulars apply:
Ralph Phone 4653-8402. 25.4.10—3n .

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







same.
D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine Lane, or
dial 3743. 27.4.50—4n
———

“REST HAVEN” — Brighton Peach
Small house, all conveniences, neat
beach and bus, Low land rent. In-
spection on premises at any time or
Phone Owner at 3188. 28.4. 50—3n.



DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINI

PREMISES. Containing approximately
4,632 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
Street. ;
A substantially erected stonewa!!
building in good condition comprises:

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
store rooms, entrance to garage. Front-





other facilities,

UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large
ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room. Front verandah.

Electric light, power and water are
installed throughout. Inspection »y
appointment. Phone 2297.

The above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
sigued on Friday the 28th., April 1950
at 2 p.m. For further particulars and
conditions of sale apply to

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitogs .
James treet
nn Sr

We will set up for sale at public com-

netition at our Offce No: 17, High St





e, a to the undersigned :— z
heneby: Tane, Hull, Yorkshire, England. ae SP corran CATFORD, & CO | Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
Dror ete notice:— ‘ 16.4.50--'On | April 1950 at 2.30 p.m.:—

‘that they are the ‘ : Tg ES
Tut in, of the A word trade) ————————————————— é All oe ) mesrunse oF
. ” o yellin,
; rapes = —s Crenmas (seins an i. a Houle and the land thereto belonging.
is usual yo SR Mg «Base er ae are me. — oo containing by admeasurement 3,024
good tas acka; oS Seren | ee feet of i | square feet or thereabouts situate at
on the p. ges containing The house is built of stone and con-| ‘os utaeatonte
4 oh mark is regis-|t-ins gallery, drawing, dining, | sitting oo tion any days except Suncays
Hn Gre the er of Trade tmarks| end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen, spefication » iy glenn
iat” verti No. 0038 in | vO eee ann » eet) por further particulars, and Condi
cated aed ts the Trade Marks | coms (2 with ne ee one }| tons of Sale, apply to the undersigned:
Al ated 26th May. 1920 Inspection any day (except Sundays Geis CATFORD, CO
i Persons are hereby warned wainst | between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m sal 16.4 5-1
fin wuttingement of the said trade mark | .The above will be set up for sale to
The mand of Barbados. | Public Competition ocnied Oftice in| “BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
e Mutk is a trade muck | [uae Street, | Brid eas ” newly constructed. Three Bedrooms
jo! ‘the = menning of Sectian 16 a) & the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m. | runnine water, All modern convenien-
Stand tise — pt of 1 * j z XY | ces. Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
oun “’ Barbados, ee , anemnae & anaes | ‘Clarke Phone 45230: 8 to 4p.r
SUNNYDALE PRODUC ; | Solici ie ak aes : oe
tat eeninnenin atten, a teat se

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the 32 players| partner Had
Later! concentration. camp

orl Jerusalem this evening,—Reuter.







State Justice Ministries to legal-
ise marriages of racial and
politicai parties who had lived
together though unmarried, but
where one partner had since died.

Under the Nuremberg laws,
certain groups of Germans, main-
ly those of Jewish descent, were
barred from marrying “Aryans”.
Despite the laws many couples
defied the Nazis and lived to-
gether. When the war ended, they
were able to marry, but until to-
day the law had made no pro-
vision for those cases where one
died, usually in a

—Reuter.

DOLLAR
TRICKS

LONDON.

Britain will soen resort to
“tricks” in the drive to earn more
dollars.

Three padlocked books, con-
taining the age-old secrets of
magicians, will be flown to Chica-
g9 in May and opened for Ameri-
cans at the conference of the In-
ternational Brotherhood of Magi-



Will Goldston, who founded the
British Magician’s Club’ with
Houdini in 1913 and died in 1948,
in Folkestone, Kent.

Goldston left the books in the
keeping of 56-year-old Tom Har-
ris of Derby, one of the six British
magicians attending the confer-
ence. When Harris dies the books
go to the British Museum.

According fo Harris only a

“handful” of magicians has

seen inside the books. “There

isn’t a trick which is not in
them,” he said. “Some are

1,000 years old.”

The British magicians escorting
|the books to the conference will
give demonstrations in Chicago,
New York and Detroit

The books give versions of the
famous trick of sawing a woman
in two. In some two women are
used, and at each end of a box.
{In others the box, apparently
| flat, is really curved, so that the
| saw misses the woman in it.

The milk churn escape is also
listed. Houdini, manacled and
wearing only a _ bathing dress,
escaped from a milk-churn under
water. Diagrams show how Hou-
dini hid in his mouth keys which
opened the handcuffs and secret
locks in the milk churn.

The books tell how the vanish-
ing bird cage trick was once per-
formed by veteran Car] Hertz be-
fore a House of Commons commit-
tee investigating cruelty to per-
forming animals. Diagrams show
how the bird cage collap with-
out injury to the bird ‘and is
whisked up the performer's
sleeve.





—IN.S.

Poland Quits F.A.O.

WASHINGTON, April
Poland is leaving the 63-nation
United Nations Food and Agri-
cultural. Organisation (F.A.O.).
Ambassador Josef Winewicz yes-



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terday handed the notice in a
letter to Sir H. Broadley, F.A.O
acting Director-General. Poland

last month from the

World Bank and Monetary Fund
and from the United Nations
Agencies, complaining they were
under American domination.
Withdrawal from F.A.O. will
not be formally effective for a
year. Hungary remains a mem-
ber.
—Reuter.



PILGRIMS TRAVEL
BY AIR TO HAIFA

HAIFA, April 27.

Archbishop Juan Manuel Gon-
zales of Colombia, headed a group
of pilgrims who arrived here by
air yesterday from a Holy Year
To-day, after visit-
ing Nazareth, the pilgrims were
due to cross into the Old City of

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UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES
Extra-Mural Department.
The Resident Tutor’s Address
and Office will in future be





at Sandy Hook, Welches,
Christ, Church. (Telephone
8131),
Appointments with the
Resident Tutor can be made
at the British Council,
i “Wakefield”
WM 28.4.50.—11
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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R., Yacht

‘ern III, S.S. Seabreeze, Sch.

Frances

W. Smith, Sch. Adalina, Sch. Everdene,

Seh
M.V.

Sch. Mary E. Caroline,
Noeleen,

Emanuel Gordan,
Glenwood, Sch.

Seh. Emeline,

Princess Louise,
Sch

Sch. Molly N.

Lady
Jones, Sch.

Henry D. Wallace, Sch. United Pilgrim

9.

andrina R., Sch. Freedom Fleary.

British Cavalier, S.S. Viggohanste,
Stranda, S.S. Tista, S.S. Beresena,
Lady
Gascogne, S.S. Esso Raleigh, S.S. Ri
S-S. Rio Araz, S.S. Brazill,
£.S. Argentina, S.S. Gallia,
Angeles, S.S. Alcoa Runner, S.S. Vall
Constructor,

Atuel,

demosa,

SS. Yamanota, S.S. Geirulv, S.S.
ss

John
{smail,, Ismail Patel, Marian Patel, Shr
Patel Gertrude Showalter, Judith Show-
alter,
brock, John Jayne.

Janet
Martina Weener, Robert Weener

Alexis,

¢



Seh. Lady Zoileen,. Sch. Gloria
Henrietta, S.S. Canadian Cruiser, S.S.

Queen Ann, S.S. Johilla, Sch. Alex-

ARRIVALS
Schooner Zita Wonita, 69 tons net,
Capt Penniston, from Trinidad via
St. Vincent
Schooner Eastern Eel, 45 tons net,
Capt. David, from Grenada.
Schooner Mermaid C., 39 tons net,
Capt. Joseph, from Dominica.
DEPARTURES
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons
net, Capt. Selby, for St. Luria. —

Schooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana.

In Touch With Barbados‘ Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.

S.S, Afganistan, S.S. Brittany,

an inn
nin nin

Nelson, S.S. Beaumont,

s.s.

M.V. Canadian



Argentina, S.S. Sandar, S.S. Gulf-

advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through
Barbados Coast Station;—

their

Los

Aire,

coast, S.S. Christian Holm, S.S. Hera,

SS. Mantallegro, S.S. Mormactern,
S.S. Golfito, S.S. R. F. Me Cpnnel
SS. Del Campo, S.S. Boskoop, S.S
Fred Morris, S.S. Gaines Mill, S.S
City of Coventry, S.S. Macoa, S.8

Pendleton, S.S. Alabama, S.S. Haakon-
heuan, S.S. Castor, S.S. Pachitea, S.S
Scottish Musician, S.S. Sumavis, §.S
Silverteak, S.S. Akepot, S.S. Oanestove,
S.S. Berbice, S.S. Imperial Quebec,
3.S. Lake Canim, S.S. Republica De
Ecuador, S.S. Calliroy, S.S. Elizabeth
S.S. Chilliwaek, S.S. Lloyderest, S.S
Seabreeze, S.S. Abbedyk.



ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L.
From TRINIDAD -— Wallace Pres‘on
Labrie, Shri Pandore, Shnimi

Esther Rosebrock, Henry Rose-

From La GUAIRA—John

Emmanuel, Walter

Emmanuel
Weener

he From ANTIGUA—Elizabeth Parkin-
clans. son, Nellie Robinson.
The books were the life work of] From ST. KITTS—Darreil Leverock

Elsine Leverock.

From ST. LUCIA—Elene Lewis
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Gerard Alexis, Jacqueline lexis, Milly



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Dial 3466,





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Harry
LaCroise,
fusson, Eugene Masson, James Hummeill,

Davies,

con,

George

Richard
Vera Masson,

Davies,
Betty
Pearl Hummeill, Ralph Carter, Rev,
Robert Jameison, Dolores Cadogan,
‘uzard Kaplan, Brook Smith, Silvestra
Gonzalez, Benita Gonzalez, Albert Blen-
wn, Margaret Stauble, Eric Denny
iarold Archer, Heather Roach, Adelaide
JeFreitas, Joseph Sobers, Beryi Watson
mily Hall, Eva FitzGerald, Valence
Gale, M.L.C., George Jackman, Cleo
Arthur, Erno Arthur, Chery! Arthur,
Alston Arthur, Patrick Wallbridge,
aaston Athavase, Laelia Molinet, Daisy
Molinet, Gustavo Molinet, Maria Molinet
ror ANTIGUA—Sidney Conmell, Judith
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LINENS
in Green, Navy, Brown,
Royal, Ete.

79c. per yard

PANAMA HATS
Various Prices,

VESTS
in all Sizes for Girls
and Boys

CAPS
for School 36e. up

SOCKS
for Girls and Boys

KHAKI DRILLS

59c. up



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in many sizes, qualities
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LET «- - -

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Supply your Children’s
Needs

Pr. Wm, Henry Street
and 6,42 & 53 Swan Streets
_ DIAL 3466






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i N.B,

PAGE SEVEN.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES ~—

ATTENTION is drewn to the Defence (Control of Drug. anid
Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1950, No. 2. whith
will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 27th April, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling es of,
“Humphrey’s Specifics”, “Humphrey's Witch Hazel Liquid”, “Hum.
phrey’s Witch Hazel Ointment” and “Dettol” are as follows: _—”













Item Unit of Sale Retaii”
Price
Humphrey’s Specifics in ..}) bottle .. is
Ca Witch Hazel Liquid..}|Small sized bot. ..) (o\J58°
” ” ” » oo | M@diem’, ge x Sh
is i " » .++ | Large -. ve | eh. 208
. * » Ointment. . | Small sized po’ oe] eB
» ” ” ” ee Medium ” ” oe
Dettol ie “es
* ae we re . SOR os
oa . i ve <> SRM eek tow ott
+ os + ei ..!per oz. i ee







26th April, 1950. 27.4.50;—2n.



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

APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of St...George’s
Girls’ School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching éxperi-
ence. The minimum professional 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.

SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamships









SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Sails Arrives Salis
Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos
CAN. CHALLENGER 25th Apr. 28th Apr. 10th Maw 10th May
LADY RODNEY .. + 12th May 15th May 17th May 26th May 27th May
CAN. CRUISER 19th May 22nd May June 2nd June
LADY NELSON Sist May 3rd June Sth June i4th June 15th June
LADY RODNEY + 80th June Sra July Sth July Mth July 15th July
LADY NELSON 22nd July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug. 6th k
LADY RODNEY + 23rd Aug. 26th Aug. 38th Aug. Gth Aug, | 7th me
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
B'dos Bdos Boston Halifax Montreal
LADY NELSON 6th May 8th May 17th May 18th May 28nd May
LADY RODNEY Sh June 10th June 19th June ist June 4th June
LADY NELSON 27th June 29th June 8th July 10th July 13th July
LADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7th Aug. 9th Aug. 12th Aug.
LADY NELSON 18th Au. 20th Aug. 29th Aug. Sist Aug. 2rd Sep.
LADY RODNEY +19th Sep. 2ist Sep. 0th Sep. st Oct. Sth Oct



Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with co
bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.

id storage chain





——

MAIL NOTICES

——







The M.V. “Daerwood" will
accept Cargo and Pwssengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vineent, Grenada,
Aruba, date of sailing will be «
given. ‘
Mails for Dominica by the Sch,

The M.V. “Caribbee” will accept Mary E, Caroline will be closed

Cargo and Passengers for at the General Post Office as
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, under:— ~
St. Kitts-Nevis, date of sailing Pervel Mail

Mail, Registered
and Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m.
on Saturday, 29th April 1950.

oe
Mails for Trinidad by the S.S.

will be given.

B.W.L. Schooner Owners’ Golfito will be closed at the
Association (Ine.) Camel Feat Cine se une

ond Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m.

Tel, 4047. on Saturday, 29h April 1950.







CHE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
FRENCH LINE

“MISR” Sailings to Trinidad Sailin mou
“GASCOGNE” , —- 7 inh ont
“GASCOGNE” May 24th 1950 May 3lst 1950
“GASCOGNE” June 28th 1950 July 5th 1950
i August 2nd 1950 August 9th 1950
S.S. “MISR” third class passages are available at $240.00,

Arra
England.
For further particulars apply to: —

. vONES & CO,, LTD.-Agents.

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For World Cup |... (oat Bir |) Danee oor signal ee
| weight Champion, was § {
Bh to-day by the National Sh
Games Association of America 1M \ OW i-( 'ASUART

| » |N.B.A. stated that the suspensio!
tt GLASGOW, April 26 wold be in effect unt ‘il a 2 xp 23
. . . . ° . fact to sox for Cn - > os

} he Scottish Football Assovia- fulfills a contrac a 0 * “IE BARBAD'

| . . | tion eae anbenimual that they Séiomons, the al FORO QUATIC CLUB '
‘ | will not send a team to Brazil] Abe Greene te ee oie ‘alee ‘int rf .embers Only)

| | for the world cup series ae ae a ni} SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH BATTERY Hop 5

“ s | at the request of the Britis | 9.68 p.m. —- 200 aah: F
! ri The decision of the Seottish| Boxing oo , ee far ; i St. Lawrence. ‘Yei, gigg i
sthall Association not to send | body claims that Ortiz hac a |
ms vate am fo Brazil for the World |by cablegram to defend 7 a } ree a. (Open 24 hours jy day

Cup series means that there are} against Danny O’Sulivan, | sarveate otis a 1
now two vacancies to complete} Champion. Instead, Ortiz ea aa e
1" the 16 teams, Turkey having]|to fight Vic Toweel, Salata femoris:
ad withdrawn recently. . can titleholder, in Johanne | Laney bo moNtbaun ANCI

He. ona The Scottish Association ad-fon May 20. Wie of Mouth-Organ Db: I . ¢
te 1 or i8 hered to their original decision Ortiz. left New York by = ihe ease £
after a meeting of thé executive ght on the first stage to 3 avers < ‘ :

; committee to-day when George South Africa. It was stated that pms iotnal’ Pesce or Thing TO-MOR
Graham, the Secretary, intimated} i), suspension was agaitust Ortiz N , Pers how
f that the committee gave Serious and not against his title on CLIFFORD CORBIN» - NIGHT

: consideration to the question. London. Solomons stated he “The Master of the Banjo
They decided, however, that} ould hold Ortiz to his contract ANGELA JARDINE 9 nm. — 4am

: having entered the competition —Reuter. “The Songbird of the West” ;
under certain conditions in agree- : GEORGE AGAR Admission 3/-

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'! decision. ANNUAL FETE “Mistress of the Classics” ie ae and
. j r der the distinguished patronage as Accompanist ames nee
+4 En land’s Team W.1. Team Lunch Saseball Results The winners a neineee-us of is Pacellency the Governor s a panis from 7 p.m. — AeA |
in the Home In ernationa our- ov rs age, c . LOTS OF FUN ; j
| £ At Savoy NEW YORK, April 27. |nament in Britafh this season @u gad LAUGHTER ®
: d Results of matches played in the | were eligible for Rio. but the On WEDNESDAY NIGHT 24th AND MUSIC: ON SUND
° P P d major American Baseball Leagues} Sots had announced that they May (Empire Day) 1950 . . ‘ N SUNDAY
Cartoon, Poem Presented y¢sterday were:-— would make the trip only if they 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. a ; : rn
; : Buy a Ticket—Win a Lucky Music for Dancing by SEA BA ‘ |
American Le Boston Red h hich . |
To John Goddard Fork Yougton. Red | retained the championship whic Number. Further particulars HARRY BANNISTER AND BEACK PUDDING |
Sox 2; New York Yankees 10.) they won last season. wil appear later and his Orchestra FOR LUNCH ff
i By John Chambers LONDON _ Detroit Tigers $; St. Louis Browns| ‘Their one zero defeat by Eng- G. WILLIAMS, Pea From. 10am |
; ° > ople attended 6. Washington Senators 5; Phila- | janc Hampden Park on April General Secretary, om 1 am,
Nearly 300 people attended a ‘ : land at ps I G.1.U Admission to Ballroom 2/— |
: lunch given by the British Sports- ¢¢!phia Athleties 3. s 15, meant that England regained We oe ae Menbers Only
| LONDON. men’s Club in London at th National League: St. Louis Car-| the championship. OOO
Ht ENGLISH weather permitting, May 6, with their first Savoy to the West Indies crick- 2 eat pal Wine ¢- lone eee The Scottish F.A. was then SSS SS
; competitive match against: Worcestershire at Worcester, eters and to professional cric'- a Ps Reates. ooklyn ip ainaee by many =" ona a paesitin aout
{ will mark the start of what promises to be a very memor- oun he aoe pepesbers ¥ — , to rons aki <
e the 2 yrofessionals . .
4 able stay for the Wes t Indies Tourir eam of 1950. an ‘ me : von m oo he y Barbados Frier Friendly | .
During their t they will playé A hy vik, pt Football * gs | The position of the vacancies DANCE ai ae
SS matches iuding tout ‘est Navy and Airforce leaders, Pe € ri ootba 4 Association | will be discussed at a meeting = port
In 1947-48, when thé M.C.c care egited the icc ide,| Wélisndt se ae tate Oak wore [of the World Olp OMMMNETE 2 f & |
visited the West Indies, the Eng- were. GInOng a“ Guests. Mr. ie Referee Mr. E. Branch. | Committee in London on Sunday, TO-NIGHT }
land team was defeated rather Jam Griffiths, the Secretary Of Berwick vs Rangers at St. Leonard's. | and further invitations will pro- Whether you
heavily, What can the We fon State for om Colonies, proposed! nefcree Mn. O. Graham | bably be issued. Ticket holders aije reminded yi }
diatis éipect this time the toast and guests’ who were| Penrode vs St. Matthews Old Boys | — eater: .
Although, figuratively, England introduced by the Chairman, Lord |"! Shell. Referee Mr. J. Areher THE 7TH "BARBADOS are
as ) t ‘ i the bridges « Aberdare = ane Jot God ard, | — = Mie Z é .
ee eee caer hae ae ae ot ee ee 00 I Ce RANGEKS’ DANCE Our TWRED
ready atter tion being given to fhe front of the menu carried i which takes place :
the M.C.C. tour of Aust n six a cartoon of the occasion by the | {{{ 3 ‘O-NIGH i f TONIGHT at Queen's Park DEPT. can
months time famous Tom Webster, who pre-| y 22.4.50.—In. help yeu
Many are the rumours of possi- sented the original to Mr. God-| Xt yelp you,
ble inclusiot th team, and dard to be hung in an appropriate | }\§ ‘ ‘
they can serve, to considerable place in the West Indies With} )) at 8.30 j é‘
€ John the caption “sorry we can't off }
G have to face ou this opposition,” it showed ])) . *
i importan ome of the most celebrate; 1 crick- I at | CHECK
it t eter of the past ict Hc bs. })) . cr
most dang nd Sutcliffe. Sit Ayats erbert IK SPORTS, CLOTH
First Two ve ovo oreeent contro!) COMBERMERE SCHOOL : )
@ are those tv if me ‘ 1 poem on the West Indies, if 1 Excellent for
€, in experien trust original of which was also}|( Sports Jackets, Ete
playe) H m (York- iven to Mr. Goddard.—B.U.P i
| shire and Washbrook (1 i ) ITA \
al ais), oe wren \ PIANO REC L | | BLAZER CLOTH
1 hay re 4 ¢ yt w
of t lo ' | U.S. . Enter 200 i by ms Maroon, Blue and
ie ‘ shee I . > ° = Green
few Englist red or Pan-American
: oe bbe GABRIEL RACLET
ies-—they don’t get enough pra a ’ : ‘REAM GABARDINE
tice ind uniess ymeone phen i Games | CREA
+ ow tr aié the counties | Counties who * NEW YORK, April 27, | BEETHOVEN to POPULAR MUSIC CREAM SERGE
» few weel ue the co oO nN ie T sae =
limbering wu t We : } rh utive Board of the Mi
, poet + avd Puke 1 io i ty in Olyt \pic Committee Beethoven, Schubert, Weber, Rachmanihoft GREY FLANNEL
‘|. direction from Er and le has decided definitely to enter a . -
bt But they will have the ; : im in all sports on the pro- |} Paderewsky, Berodine in Light and Dark
r % batting c Although there eathe be the West India ! me S the tirst Pan-American Shades ai
i are five p el n the team ho Pate r thletic Games oi ‘ . . . om , py
{ } at a C " ol it Z ( vet he ¢ i ft ld I The events, originally scheduled lickeits on Sale at THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY
ee es adie’ n the old days, such a tour ¢, 1942 but poste caus and : > D
;S and some of their other batsmen postponed because and at the Door
a would have been us¢d as a of the war, will be held in Buenos |} O., Lip
J _ : ait , testing-bench for the team to Februa 25 to March me CAVE SHEPHERD & Cc ’
yi a : ; tour Australia, but the West 95 1 19 sports will be in- [4 FRONT SEAT $1.50 0, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
a 7 fi: Indies look like straining En {i
tir af land to the point where she Bussnell, Secretary of { BACK SEAT 1.00 Ha
t 1 wont be able to afford to the tes Olympi om- i <= SIS
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w LH Rounders oximately ath-
F , he l Yicial Mr Avery | New Stocks of
‘ indage Chicago, Preaite nt - ALS
11 at ae iti Sue'sime ell 6~ORXAHEIBITIO MATERI
| C p ay ; i ’ jatio | sail for C openhagen BUILDING
V jlesex t rine ; . . on Be ; a Ne s ~ me " Include —
a helped consider: ft Engli tee o ich he is Vice-Presi- Ok PAN AMERICAN GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
which it had sailed, CLIPPER* 6 ft. & 24 gauge
" England's future is still bleak l P A I N I N S y y . IGATED SHEETS
; as regards bowlers . That grand tot R B. .. ht wlio 0 Fig ramme I G ALUMINIUM GOnmey
pair Alec Bedser (Surrey) and i ‘ ‘ f e BY 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 ft. x 24 gauge
! Douglas Wright (Kent) have I ( Nie * SHEETS
a servea their country well, but ‘ " EVERITE oe SI
age must tell, and we cannot, in 1 a} Deve en! ee eo ae EN 27 :
all fairness, expect prodigtous —B.U.P : The News, 7,10 a New The Dutch ARTIST VAN YPER Wk : 7C 3; WOOD FLAT SHEETS
feats of them. ty 7.15 a.m. Think on thes EVERITE ASBESTOS “a
There is hope wevel Fe Ot “ the Third Pro: e 4 ft. x 4 ft; 4 fl. x 8 ft. for Ceilings
: ne 100 ‘ Y nte ide 1
Yorkshive Roy Aspinail Cor as I the Bditoria 8.10 a a s f 7
EU Midcred one vet the best. the The Weather time Parade, 8.15." a.m. London vas Spares EVERITE 4-in, SOIL PIPE & FITTINGS
: mediu there are a TO-DAY Hee. ane, Cemnan ae 8. arn. Clog AT BARBADOS MUSEUM Tourist Service between 10-ft., G-ft., 3-ft.. 2-ft. lengths
; present, he \ kept out of Sun Rises: 5,44 a.m. Nowe vein, 18.18 Dot eke p.m San Juan and New York meg diene
, jirst-class competitive cricket last Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m. Piers t Theatre Organ, 12.30 7 ; One Way . $239.36 FLOOR TILES in Various 51zes:
! peason by an injured Achilles gre iad pags R 4, sreel, 1-30 p.m, Buch Bind 29th April to 9th May Round Trip 456.72 White, Red, Chocolate and Speckled Cream
. tendon. Lighting: 6.30 pan. ’ eee p.m, Aen fears P
ieee Astral High Water: 12.57 a.m., 1.01 h pin. ean Slws Kien, Betatn,s 10 SVE h,. CANE =
4 Ausiaha 18 sal oO regard hin ‘ . oD BeEEEe, Se ‘ a ome News from rita 2.15 .
EEE TE a ug daa ye TS eh 10.00 am—600 p.m. daily PHONE: 4267, “456
rl r , and most of their P layers are nonc YESTERDAY , i os 30 p me Moeene Meee oe, oes Y NES C0 (1,
a4 too happy about hs to face him Rainfall (Codrington): Nil e News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily Service, Tourist Service between WILKINSON. ve
that ‘ ’ rester- 5 Songs from the Show, 5 p.m — es
' : the : Is that ony ai 7 or Listeners Choice, 5.18 . - tll thay Sunday 2.30 Pp. mM. 6.00 Pp. mM. Port of Spain and New York I satis
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j a the Gast ; He femperature (Max.) 84.5 ae At ra f Peis: Ba: R . a i One Way $285.43 Se sean
! os oe. We Farenheit Records, 6.45 p.m. Dance Music Se SSeS Round Trip 539.12 A
ay ' iw renaneeteee (Min,) 73.0 Bm The New S110 Bm. sews B.W.L Currency
ph ae Wind Direction (@ a.m.) B. | Ride Newsresl, 618 pum Tuo Bebite Pp ri * ° #42]
: ; \ eo . : bp by N. (3 p.m.) E, finues, 8.90 p.m The Country womur asspo MIAMI F t lit British
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-r APBIL 28. 1950 "THE BUSHE EXPERIMENT" A Lecture By J.W.B. Chenery THAT the Bushe Experiment was capable of great development in the direct.on of full ministerial responsibility and cabinet system was told to a large audience bv Mr Justice J. W. B. Chenery at the British Council. Wakefield on Wednesday mght. ,•*' l-Hi-ncry was lecturing on Ministerial Responsibility and the liushe Experiment" in Barbados and among those present were. Mr. G. H. Adams. M CI' Dr. H G Cummins, M.C.P.. Mr. F. I. Wnlcott. M.C.P Mr M. K. Cos M C 1' the (our members ot thib< m the House of Asseml.: A. E. S. Lawta, M.C.P. ind Mr. R. O. Mapp. M.I' Mr. Chenery began by mentioning the (act that the constitution ol Barbados had remained unchanged from the lime of the earlv settlement in 1627, until the great oiislitutlonal crisis of 1876. He said that after Emancipation n 1834, the Colonial Office realised that the mm %  .'inblies which had hitherto functioned were not properly designed to meet the new order of socicu In 1939. Ihe Colonial oil!. gan the process of •boUahkll representative assemblies in the Indian oolonlM and converting ihem into Crown Colo,. .-^i.. t w R rrmvhlFBV ". lcs Tho P roc ess was carried Sir. Jaetfce J. W. B. CHENEIY through more or less wholeheartedly anil %  -ulmlnaled in 1865 endered her GoniUUltftMl and aijo became a Crown Colony. The Colonial Office had always felt the newly emancipated masses needed a powerful arm of the Qrown guardian and protector and that the only means of making such guardianship and protection eaecUve. was to vest in Mi Man-si', s representative, powers which were iiot consistent with Ihe old representative A oroke out at Hop.Planta" „ B rb *7?„ s .1""" U C.rge at about ,0 a.m.. on £ a 'ouief S^V Wednesday and ues.roye.1 Inr.,„, oi( ',. gad a quarter acres of tn.rd cicv Ull|on an|| rtpe canes. They were Insured ,„ pu „„ sl „ |dy „ Eh| „£ m „ and belong to A. G. Gale ol the ,„ lv a |, elllp ,,„„, what. sam.' plantation, ter. to lay impious hands on the A I ACCIDENT occurred over ark of the comtltutlai. Ihe Victoria Bridge at %  bout 9.50 a.m.. on Wednesday Sir Conrad Wtween a bicycle owned and ridThe cn.. of 18*. 6. though sucden by Frank Bynoe of Culloden cessfully surmounted by BarbaAoad and a motor lorry. Bynoe's dos, had made it clear that some left fool was injured. change was essential in their A NOTHER ACCIDENT occurlegislative and administrative prored on Broad Street at n OB 1 ; :,nd 'he genius and states,hmit li noon on Wednesday """Ship of Sir Conrad Reeves as iboul 12 noon on wound. ixlween motor car T-54. own., ,„,, t „ cumslances o( hls ol by H. B. Mohon of Lion caslle. hl %  txecutiT committee system St. Thomas ami driven by HO] ,hieh had bean triad without eonLayne of Chaiiiiian Village, St. spicuous success in Jamaica and Thomas, and a bicycle owned and other West Indian colonies, ridden by Keith Porter of HindsThe Bxecutiva Committee Act bury Road. iiassed in 1881. and I The rear wheel, handle bar and of the loremost land marks III Bar* generalor of the bicycle were badion constilulional history. Ilelu i: IK ,.:i iween 1881 anil IMO, the lySttm r E 20-FOOT FISHING BOAT worked will US break"Ladv Gri. >vn buI Wllh ,ne R row,h of Bmr, Ariam of rhrlu Ch.ireli Political parlies in Barbados. .1 Byron Adam of Christ t hurui 1/L lime was auk about 11.30 a.m.. yesterday „„, ar „„ wh( .„ m ( .„„ Iormi y trhn It encountered .. .„ „„. ,„,,„„.., ,„.„ .,,. uid high winds souili ol the i v .,n parliamentary democracies Island. within the Commonwealth, -he The crew ol three returned party to whom the electorate had lately. most i n their ooaflA N ACCIDENT \i.( \ II PAGE FIVE Australia Cracks Down m From pair I to the secun; %  The Government would be entitled to determine which indui">' 1*1 %  -d from Com%  •eh to.1 minim, cngineer' t steel, .ninsport and 'ha', he meant. Unprecedented precauwn today lo prevent '••nstration in I n Parliament House. The White, modern building— HOttM Lee Mjua.ls Nivked .ill but the main entrance —Rruler E*~r Pochrt of WASTVITE THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Yeil — Yeast-Vne quail* •ootbes wiy hrtdachei, neuralgia, nerve and rheumatic paint but it does something ehe too! Because of it* valuable tonic pcoperjea Ycaa Ve helps you to feel brighter, took better, sleep more easily and enjoy more encrgv Nca! tone t\ lief take YeastVile and set tonic benefit too I KM STOtTTG -l RbCsHMt (.iris BeaWl iltnumvli Itel (he mrOuHl if oper.itmc Ihr LM JI thr I \liibl(i„n ( f HandrratU held al He*lr> Hill lit..sehe| Ifklltlj crouml i.in be MM v.iPlt>lis iMttrrns ..I mullK ub-urcl -t.i. . reave Haetei In fie loreBICYCLE LOST r E LOSS o( a bicycle valued $82 was reported by Clement Jackman of Chapman Street. Be stated that the bicycle was removed from outside S. J. Rocks chop at Milk Market on Wednesday. FIRE of unknown origin broke out at Hope PlantaHANDY TEACHERS Elementary Sehools of Ihe I %  pair of or weol, floIn ,, le esbbage palm, bind n book draft a nalti The Ocparlment ol Edueation in ensuring that mil eonducted vacation elasaes for „„„, .ii which expert l.r.,1 ,,, liaiidi., : %  **'£??** hen in turn i. this knowledge during the school term. Such a class was theKavler varatlon from April to April _'l and Ihe work done In the leachers was on evnibataM al Wrnlev Hall v<-t.terda>. A weave master loon; pu ce of equi] 1 Inspector Dismissed Col. Mic-lit lin Inspects Regimen I 30/FINE Foi inflicting UKIH, harm M iwd. n HoHlgan ot 0 %  i to i or in det.it nonth's impnstmmnil A*S %  %  .'..:.i %  from %  Worrell had been 1 lorces. Color. %  Black B %  : %  huh h. :mg bMe inmended to tl I ,,-eting of ; % %  iii "_.._" % %  Wi I %  iccomnu'Tiuphold It. Worrell Jaf.v hun tl Dun: %  •.nd mac...: wool it'instaled. One ol l eo lot Band ?5 YrlAKS AilO (Barbadflw \dvoealr April It IMS) %  %  at the Drill Hall o: Strvtct % %  rnembtri Amun? tin HOD SI; P HOD Job %  K. Chase. I! g M S Ji Salvagin The "Potick 'A' in' the kaaltUnj Notion thn {h, yi ' was on .i. e*tn woollen m !" "' pullover that could hold Its own %  I %  %  -YOU Id bo rticle produced ol baUea ""' booUea it %  -. nr markmai %  Hookbmdinn and btll . ,. %  dent that th ol canvu whicn 1 :. I'olit k %  %  %  %  %  .. ., %  ; QUite i I vhlch tit ;;;. tlcular i £10 Awarded For Dog Bite His The treat secret of British u< < % % % %  In the art of Government, had been the cabinet s\slem whi.h in the words ol that great political philosopher. Waller ttacehol. had ^ proved to be the hyphen between the Execullvr and J.^ — 1 .^ I HV_. XT LenUlatuie mil between the Uocfcyara was I\o unt-m-ceai n and the Kint-Hi 1' iili.iin.nl. D€U fjj l\ ItSt'S Nearly all modern democratic w*i. .^ n J i IniUtutioiai had adopted Work on the Bermuda dockj^ complew manner, the cabWJ^nobodoIro^buloii" mat ayitem which En R iish political firn,,^!"/ E f mi "; Senmshaddevscl. Thompsoii told the Advoc*te ves* |n ^^,(0^, hitherto on the T?£ w ,-K Attorn. IUKI fallen the ^"P• bU* lm . oI condoctliuj U.ifS •* ". V ,U, "! ><1 S ,n Hls GovernmenlluiM.. Majeitys dockyard, Bermuda. f AssvluhU i)liu SJ""?;, "? .^f" E "' e t • and carrying P40>ed in Ihe dooky*rd for eight mi generally lu't.,, t ,. j u, which In other a viL rS Bermud for c,uh! to the lot t.i the Prhw years, ihompson could not %  *) wuh the illneu ot the Attornc>much about the place or condin mm j m April 1946. the OWES ". spenl m> v Bhl yeani ornor ot the day. Sir Grattan poking after my personal busiBuslie svize to nf *; hc M 'dmake the four members on the on enjoyed his stay Executive from the House of Aswrc but he was glad to return ..,.„,biv. iespi*isible for the adminbBttbadoa. urtration of various deparm 1 The cost of IWlnfl In Bermuda llc House of Assembly, and later is very high—rather, much high,(, ., %  lie exercised his er than it is in Barbados—but tho prerogative and previ Wage* were good. American cur Attornw-Gcneral from standing %  j*y is generallv u-;ed. The ( 01 election for QM House of American dollar is worth $1.20 Assemblv there late hour Whei %  fallen. \oi i:in'Y*i;'i sure ttow< j could fit1 1 n fiit of £10 10 Boben ot EUerton, who cistlmed t,S0 demegee aftci %  Amcy lived i Mr. J. E. T Bf for Sob 1 I Dot had been given, Mr. Ward .-aid he woulc peasri ed full rei %  %  n-rn | which brought AM no powci po*sessed % %  • of copra from Grenada Oi power and no responsibility weanesdi,-. Mermali in ins scheme he said that the f" rr '^ed from "Dominica will Governor would call upon that %  *" loot* cocoanut* ....d 26 cordmember of the House whom he felt would be It* • able xo command a majority m the House of Assembly and ask him to sub..ines to the Gt.' .t iiiboiAted her %  i. %  to that Av< 1. lth hei rathei bui £2 UNE FOR ASSAULT Before givim. Honour lal case had %  ther bw to boost them up bj 1 used to woik with bun Over) day diggin and selling potatoes. Th;it. how 1 •...tion. nl nrearood hat's on Today twt of Ordinary at II ee fc ••• p.o. %  -• Ba<| at \ M PC al ,* am. r a> n., d ^, ii^aUBg, **ha at a ee P m. to irstitute Blood gave nounced in its fa\our. 1 bate last year %  flair, the of that %  1 le mintsind it was clear that the next step In the development of tli< be in the :•• %  %  %  > discussion and the lecturer was asked to give his %  %  rrum of tiona! practice to writing. La*t] Meet* : .Hen of Re. %  in one M.. 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HH rw.y i \1M1S ADVOl Ml FRIDAY. M-Ri i. % Manuel Ortiz Who Will Oppose West Indies? *t2S : r J^ For World Cup !" SJ!% m ton w. i umi'M \l.l< BEOSCR IHirO. WKK1IIT England's Team Discussed ls\t Joli ii I ii:iiiili i *. LONDON with iheir first compM ,:nf WorcMlersnire at \\ will mark tl i hat promiiei I memorable stay : %  %  33 niatrl In 1W \TCC Vi.-ilri (he Wi %  %  than* e\(i AlthoiiKEngland %  red> attem %  %  %  %  %  I ii || luii I John* I % %  %  %  I B.it %  I avi %  %  I tfar htm %  All K loWl I Eagii I vn..> of ]•>-. .still in %  laeantas east \\ .1. Team Liinrli At Savoy Cartoon. Poem Presented To John Goddard i.o\ %  S'.MI I \un : M at It* .' eters and %  ..ii Tin.%  mber* 01 tl e II.C.C, oi id.* 26 11 %  i Amy. \ %  were iimong tha notary of %  %  %  %  at nf the in. n %  %  .'. %  who I'"•anted the original to I dard to be hung In an place in the W %  %  some of the most celebr.i* %  %  %  West Indira, %  H I.' i' illsi'hdll Rfsiilts NKW ^OKK. A|)nl 27. if matches played in the TICIII Baseball leagues %  %  i— tmrrlran l.-tfw: Boston Red .' New York Y-mkrrs 10 iiers 8. St. Lou i Wasiungtnn Senators 5: Phila't'-lplua Athletic 3 National Leacue: St. Louis Caridnnattf Rm i 'Millies 4: Brook I vn DodgReater. Barbados Friendly Football Association TO-DAY'S pncTURtx n at NUrv. OW Bm* Referee *HE. Branch B"-*ifk M R*irni al B< ii araham %  ,. old Brt>.. <*hrll fiff-trr Mr J Arrn*r (lames GLASGOW. April 28 Astocia..nu'd that they :end a team to Brnll i up series The decision of tin : to send to Brazil for the World Cup series means that there are now two vacancies |a complete th( 16 teams. Turkey having • n recently The Scol ..ii decision retlt o< thi %  :i Geocije intimated ommtttM gajvi tlen to the question Th) -Ucided. however, that %  nrered the competition under certain conditions n ifcreemam with other international OS, they could not now withdraw from their 0x0%-' %  %  nners and ninners-iip i< Home International Tourf. ramafh this season Able for Rio but the announced that they uould make the trip only if they retained the championship which %  Their one zero defeat by Enii.mp.ien Park on April IB, meant that England regained the championship. The Scottish FA was then urged by manv s jurces. including Brazil, to n VSkaVar taking a leom. LONDON. April 27 I Ortii. World Bantamweight Chi tn-dav b) Aaaociatlen ot An-.'-: %  WtMSd b-:i 0rl, *| fulfills a contract to DO* Sdlomnns. the I Abe Or* N.B.A. all at the request of t' Boxing Board 1 body clali bv ...biegr.mi to defend %  Casnst Danny 1 Champion. Instead. Ortiz decided 1 to light Vic T'weet. South Afu-| in Johnns#*ui* | :.n May 20 Ort.7 left New York by :ur lo-nigh| on ine oral &**<" to South Africa. It the suspension aa and not against Us title :n London. Solomons stated M would hold Ortiz to his contract. —Eeutrr. G. F. S. Dance & Floor Show ..r II BARKADOS .1 \TIC I'LI'B "illy I 1ATIHI1AV APKII MI .• p.m. — *-'.)• u.m • FLOOR SHOW Mini irni la.Jt p.m II IFRFVS TraBD* .1 MMa Fcali 1 : II.MIV Dr .MIINTBKI'NKmp Of \louTh-Ori-..-.n TJtc Man wlio <'..II imitate any Animal, Person or ThinK CLIFFORD I'ORBIN 'The Hagtat ol "ho Banjo" ANGELA JARDINE "The Songbird of Ihe WMI" GEORGE AGAR "The Wizarr! of the 'Ivories" %  Ith DAUT CUKlilF "MIMraai of as AccomfMnln LOTS OF UN I. II CillTHl AMI Ml ^11 FLYING SAUCERS; Y..U on ... ih.m ir^|, "Hhii. fr.m (ASliARINA i. \rri kv M II ( st Lawrence, i,.. t ^. (Open 24 hour • D\\(IM, lO-MOHHtIM LVICAl Mm-lii \.lmis,l an j Dinnd • (N SUNDAY SEA nATHlKR.SOUa %  KOi! LUNCH Fr ii I" a.. i agiand i itor. b sill ..>. ul.lt-lds IMIV.,. I (MII Uat BraV Devsiaa Mrtgtji h..u i.ivr gartaaj Uwti raauUrj well, bail I l< II Hi I uii.nl Ul all lairneM.. r\ped praditliui. le-U .,i H %  %  rket last Achilles %  saaaa. m Lnglai. %  %  iwia. is the Eesei %  I I N HI TTHS %  %  i i %  wlui arill %  A %  in Hii %  rani h aMc u> rvpriiini in I I %  %  %  I || %  II I IU.8. Enter aWO For Pan-American (-aims l IT. %  l %  %  %  %  %  ( %  %  Mi /atry I i A rnpanninan %  i Tl... \r,..,t|„>r Mill \\ M.H Riaaa 5 41 .ni. Ban itu tft.li p.m. I ml' Hal i tghllagi (i in !, in. in Itl I II. UMiKim K.i.il.ll UodriiiKlonl Nil ratal It afaaih i" faatai day. H in Irmperaluir [Mil I jrriihrl reaaaaratatn [Maa.1 M.a J'urrnhctl Umd LMreeakM (I ajn.) t Bl N (S p III I v\ %  J iti 11 in. in iii asllea i>er liuur Baraaaatsi *: %  %M.1 19.H9 IS p.m I >9.8M R.Ri. limljii ftlfrlMf I .Ii ttl MRU %  IM* Bt. Thipb on Uiw U%  a m K-l.h t-. .1 n *'.i .id*. B.15 I MMTB, II 10 •J. An... I i T TM._ l the TrtiMMr* n 1S.M nnr s,.i-i*h onatwtrBi i \& p I4f| i U* M.iei. 1 v m The Ntrwv liiiUlr. 2 0 in C.ua iu i HTM you. I Htahl I tl i> m DMM U' *"-> ^ P • 11 p in Il.nfraii p K. rrorn ihThii.i I tiaMSN. .1'. ft U p m 1> L. in Th Nw, 7.10 pm NtmK % %  -. •! 8 IS p n, I Mw Counlry 1 .-nr p ti> miu.n c. %  I -ii Iiiii-.n. 10 IB %  EXHIBITIO PAINTINGS BY The Dutch ARTIST VAN YPEREN AT BAPxBADOS MUSEUM 29th April to 9th May 10.00 a.m.—6.00 p.m. daily Sunday 2.30 p.m.—6.00 p.m. AAWn %  ll Tin New s 11 Do It Every Time I. I KNBW IT! ' -.O JACnl> Ihe Finest t^ualily Suifings Marked only llnK.-I Wi.rkinji.-hip xuar:inl.-.,l 1.K.T %  m MH AX'tifU (. s. mm .v (.. EH, Top Sioreis in Tailorinu" PrhafH" Win. 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IKSt PACK mo BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL H Qahib CaUxnq Pressure Cooker Of 17th Century Leaving In June The pressure cooker, we ai* T HE REV j-nd Mr* Coldman Msure< j. 1S the newest invention will be leaving Codrlngton 0 iave thc houM.-v.ites time. In Collect' In June and returning to p 0 i n > of fact, the ladles of King home in *"nland "St Cri ari which wai c successfully ^-nuld probably not h*\> Mr* Cold(u pjt,ie of boiling an e*f. swan song at Codn.-gton. ^\ ; ,uout pressure cookers, alallhough It Is unlikely to be her though in those days these were %  -luction She has been incalled ".lines tors". They were tcrected in amateur theatrical* all rr.cnuoned m Ju 1 while in India she Diary for April 12 1682. when [ produced for the Madras Dramatir he Mid Bale afternoon | Society. Her production ot B verall of ye Royal Society i Joan", in which Mr Coldman rhtch waa all England during S IR Douglai Returned from St. Lucia In Barbados from December a* iVI much with %  Ml HS I) How.irth and I i .ir-old son. George. In Barbados about one %  0 from England and afUng one week here went ;rddad. They then returned to Barbados to Howarth, who woria %  who was here for two Barbados from I H 1M8 until the middle of January, 1949. to adVUte tin* Government of Barbados with rafjat economic aspect <>f thc Deep Water Harbour Scheme here. Is vice-chairman of tfaa Ixndon Authority and on Frld;.v 17th February this year, he made a speech about thc Porl of London at the London Rive' rfaiefa was held b) U I Press Club of London. rh like the modern nressure cooker, valve and all. This has covery of me in a village %  i was rummaging through his cellar, when he came across It and. puzz.ed by thfj construction of tfaa tne special valve, took II to They pronounced it to be i Of about 1700. k' holiday. He has since Tne Royal Society of which Mr to Venezuela. Ukd on B VI %  • course. Wednesday nigh! M !l famous scientific and their son left on their rttWI and presumably the 'ourney to England. They were honour <>f inventing the original Flaying at the Ocean View Hotel %  11 Nee and the unknou Paptn 1 i of i . .irrtcn 4tWt U ivi um no doubt Il |(| tacO to DU own paio f !" i fne tresUMt ot all cnannea. <*> ,ct] inaa*uraa Not *hi t*it}-'* oo leitM Ironi ilr Stalls Saucf part of the aft*r-uDD** isle. 14) is Sort or Pn " ut nca t '* ifl Even • %  iiellavb can aeoome pncrtui. II ; Just right, oo nare tisd tt. tor & Part of the matcn one ireaoa on. (91 23 Let for n time 5i it Leas tatrtaen <3i >4 vvhers sou nod s Ton trier, it* IK.WB i UUCP mUHided o tn. *ouno a' it. il i Hw to a friend:* w oi ouunw. Itf) 3. Part Of the ioot ;> vn M.P. sat to \inat ibis. (3) orapaoj. S) a rue* •HII an\: M puur tn rri'd u dUUncil?e mars, tn Now rou get • raccnt %  Iwratlon (0) la 4td u not Dtoa to tBcm. (41 14 "fH to unit mat MHt. M wtMO It's abou%  ?vr 21 UE Ull* i*Ji MTTleS. JiBllgO of i MHy %  mot* IBO • run toe* it ousli out oa srch oan rours > HO VII. Worlhings TO-DAV 5 M-I %  ^ MOM Prwtdiy nww* •IIIMMAMI MCHW Sum,. Cl. OABU FTTOKIN V, JOHOTON"'" !" HODIAK-BH-ii DONLEVY CWrl^ B1CKPOHD EWiai TO-DAY %M ** •• *"" CONTINUING CnlumtoU PIfftuwB Pt jOI.Sil\ SIV.S \GAIV U !-">• PA-B.">— HA1X Wini.m DDnMIST HO XV TO-DAY TO MON MOM Prnt AQI ATIC an CINEMA M,^, rONIUHT T" IX-E8DA1 Ml.Ml ,, '* t\ \BBOTT und LoU COS-EI : -BEEP E*l FLVlVi/ wild MARTHA RAYE , CAROL BRUCE A Univrrul l-lrhirr proudly PLAZA TODAY TO SI NDAY 5.00 AND S.U rn FaMtOBI ol Serial) THE CLUTCHING HAND A CRAIG KENNEDY rlIRII.I,KK hy Vrlhui R Fealurliu Jack Mlilhail as THE MASTER DETECTIVE ^ William Farnum — Marion Shelling and ttW Alia The Wrslrrn Thriller: ROD CAMERON — CATHY DOWNS „ -"PANHANDLE" Pru^ atioo gi_ M i oomtu Bnmiiu.ii.ri Hope* to Visit Switzerland M ISS Sheila Ward told Carl 1 ) shortry before she left BarO Wcinesday ni*[ht by th> %  ,:ne". that she hoped to 19 Pu' ^a. uuli*.n 1 DIOU. .houl.1 no lo I SS^fuim^iii i'*S?Tt —'Ti'f HIIDI 1 Mo19). •fr* For U.K. Holiday R Spent the Winter Vou'vr hriird HIM"1 the FIvinK % % %  !• % %  • ttmm you run <.•• %  %  li. in ill < <>' • %  • Action I'm-kiil Siii.il . EV. and Mrs Emest G were passenger: urunn oe Roberts ol ConU.S.A. relurneu Lives on lile ot Wight \1 ,,,t SwItncUnd and other part< by B W .,. A (or Tnnidad where 1,K ""'"if %  ."•"„:„. i" [Z '' %  m ill take the SS -Boskoon" hOI "" Mollda >' evening by the r..i..j ei... ,.-,n l„. ..,,.. for !" "" "" a "" ""P. ..[.„, Amhemf after SULIKUTUI the M Married Yeiterdn7 fSS Mm ::iu^habout five day! ago to make conlll pandini England She will about f.f Mrs. I. Quarlesof | K. •i. Bank Hall was marbl |_ lusday night by II.. ried ) %  • %  i-noon at St '• 1 by air cogn e' was Mrs. L. Atwell. who •' % %  : i; to live with her %  rrankui I % % %  ...>• in HarThe Bride who was glvi '• marriage bj bar brother Mr. Wedding Camer. r .lies: ai-. of W'. •• .VI Stl SffiKaL"! M" Helen Towr-end also ot the Methodist District e to iae Supennlendent, white the Rev spending the winter as a guest at tba llarmt Hotel. For an Indefinite Stay l.'-nefi • On Short Visit l .ulmistress >f Hitch School. H. McCullough will be lo charge of the James Street Church. MT dose frtt'nir A %  %  bioaaoms, and| Ann' %  Tini %  Miss T %  %  on AnUfoa r:i %  tn I i I S ti %  . i kfjar on the "Gascogn< Newsam arrive^ from B.G. on Tuesaay for an indefinite stay. Her daughter who rod from B-G. last week was at M ISS Joiin Smith, daughter of Senwcll to meet her. Mrs Newaan Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stnifi will be staying with Mr and Mrs. 4 Hindsbury Road i DMflabar ol the clerical where her daughter is already staff of the Development and gtajinf. She hopes to spend some was a pasn f ner holiday at Bathsheba. Monday and Turaday. %  MI and 8.30 p.m. 2nd Instalment .if Serial "(LITCHINO BAND ; AIM The Action Drama -Sl'SPENS E" with BELITA and Barry SULLIVAN Wednesday aad T W. 5.00 and t.U |J* Final Instalment ol %" 1 KII1NG ai • also : Western Atnsi "GUN T A Johnnj Nack R EMPIRE NOW SHOWING %  Mill. i Malcolm. They were all > %  %  colour. kfr. RotM %  fully era . heing I Two Week*' Holiday l %  For Jubilee Celebrations 11 mil.. m Antigua went lea I'. \\ I A kdjnfl the Ktmrth ConTuesday by B.W.I.A. will be staying with Mr. and Mr> M R. AND .V [home Hugh Howard at Gibbs' Beach of Trinidad who were spendst !V!n David is with Barclays air honeymoon in Barbados, B^nk in B.G. and he and his wife me on Sunday by hope to be here for about three I.WI A They were staying at w Mr jnd Mrs. Hugh Howard Btl Mr Hume bcesn B.G. and are hi the Trinidad Ouardi iday. 11(1 IltlOl yfSfr/r TIMES... -'" ": OF THE WORUTS GREATEST ENTERTAINER Associations In the Carlov BY THE WA\ Uy Beachcomber A II'Nl of a l/indoi. unpof stagi,. with dlrl end reeking of de< %  ^ fati caugl/ ii crimfrom in a 'i by %  p i u>l ni tin • % %  • lection untlnv 11,11 i. in full blast with /ii"i|Hi And at thai %  the Judgee' dall launched thc Hors>' %  : %  aTO into Rafl's and tuui abo il Mulh. nftoon MitUiktn lentils S OME of the bandniaalers were dressed to the oil From his— 1/fUM'l. / .llltlilltuilU' W .igh get i i (torn Bung-Ho, Languedoc horset r o ni Tirana, overripe Jlnkiis Crom A hltc liiganln i WlcUta, n.nf i*a-ti. ; : .ttvian sal-sify. Tin kish i oblong inanaa frocn Cm iiio.Ki-oi.ti. u, lueculant Nlaenao i i Kabul not nil w the result of tl i i table doca i earuu that this talnfji you Mxkt Tkaughl IP Don Quixote" can tui iK it mto a ballat roi it II vi NNIHHO what Peaci has dear old "War done to be left out Ladies Unclies Panlies fSS" l.iiilics" stixi'st from T*lf-t. OMVMH lta "l!s.foi-m BfciiMii %  M itt-. I from :i. 64 EVANS and WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET GLOBE THEATRE GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE IIIIIW MVUMI ,11(1 I'M AND TON1TL 8.30 llild II i Ilir Toait of New York) CALTNO KM i Jarnn < Kidia SUrl PROGRAMME • Bli Attal (II MHO II ll„. Ural Hun trom Honolulu I iJi OUDM JOS—ranaaaaafi piriurr Uanriai sur (S) BAKHMMI-.1111 ItWll—Who rxprcU CvmprlillK il Trinldi.il Hi ISI (61 /II, /II. IIWIIKModuli like llihlnliu lll\l> i.l I II \lUrluduo Khumb< Unhnlr; I l(l( UHO—tuba. Mil. o( Ihf Bonioa Drum. <7I CALTPMN Bnl lo he heard In Barbados Mil Ins 111 AK'ILl"IE—Aicl.lmed b> crlllea u Ibe be.l in Ihr He.1 1...1.. WU'll \ NtW Kil.M "PENN OF PENNSYLVANIA' I' I Mull* .'(*-: Ilouxr 40rBalron> oOc. Boxen 72e. Hi n HALE I'KIII Some Items you will need during the Crop Season. FRI., SAT., & SUN. at 4.45 & 8.15 m f^PK-II l^S -^v *D ,! ^5si %  DIJNATH • m at 2.30 & 8.30 & CONTINU2 HALF ''•nno.m ".v tlhitif 2— i 2" I M -I (OLLAKS • SHOVELS • (III V-l• BASS BROOMS • Jl'TE SEWING TWINE—1 air • STENCIL INK A BJHSHBS • T.LENBOIG" I IKK BKICKS • STEAM PITE FTTTINOS Hirv Your floors ilmi Urawful 11/tfH'ii tit H it-!! Select our beautiful patterns of CONGOLEUM 6 ft—3 ft and 27 wide BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. CONGOLEUM SQUAB 2v 3 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 4 yds THE CORNER ST(



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—my. APML , 1N4 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ui\ nr.vi I. PACE SEVEN %  ATMS m m aasm ..11 nm *< a •"on HF.Vr 1 20 I 90 ,rrtD gSaia *• IBS* L %  "" SL*f ; "" gai|—~ CbarSe n^ '-S •-S&ADVOCATI I.W..I --'""' DIED "TvH, Mr !" a run !" I *mL n UM * ""1 *TZ i .t s it-clock mi. aftcmoon |Ji"Cort. Church r ""titd AJleyw. *•! v.uu. ^ ^ ...*tt—JEBPW EODORA. V-*t funeral %  JyETBr-. .t .30 u,,. ;.r2iil lh€~ > " WuJucr %  . %  '• n.i. ! %  ,„ „.. 'jJSSS b u "" ••"'• %  < %  -i.i i 27 !' jj!^ A Pierce. Phone :ma „, gaj %  1 %  a 4 io r -in. umiAM OHDTTTII %  j-IA DCAMCHARLES DIANE ~~~~FOB SALE UIT0M0T1VE ,!i[| !" i 10 H P 1M. Good ,rS!L pn rc*son--u>le Rlni! 31*1 ,,„, %  ,-J < SO -in UlW-Jn Jarj0ii.il I' ""* ,,rarr 101011 CARPSA. 10 M P flu -1 %  lUl' drive—eaWays owner ridden. 2Twn-nkm with i.o ni C Mr Arrher, Redman ft Taylor„—i CAM ft TRUCKS Al bftrra.ii ___ many make* etc. Phone 3453. "TORD moan -,„ h*ft l< -, puiti Enquire Auto Tyre ComHECHANICAL. TTPIflTRITERfr 1**o >2i second ban:* %MwWri suitable (01 tuition, .ipprr %  The Bonuk Bay Rum Co. .11 i B) h "AHKIIAM ,„, u, e „„ „„„ %  „jAUPA L COURT.-w,.-,„i„„ ,„„ ws>-in^r. t Mr P %  ., „.. impoMnc builiJlnc Vftt lookin* Rocklpv rtnv nm i lh* ir. ( Blj e ITatftn Hotel N C " <* .11 ^ r ,r' i^"" "** | rt f '< wiy to OM,. phone mfns B | ( p m 4 St-lfr, LY im SP„ st jjnip^ ', iii umUhcd I. >honitil-09 fSSL n UN 2 ALOW Ma, r ". Chri* (Murch. Bedroom*. Jtrfio. Tclophon*. al*, KOod .^baihtn. for month of May. Applv UUklnion. Erin Halt, m.hotx Court Hil1 28.4.36—3n. VrOBAUUC TIPPING BODY New. ...lUbla f'-n "•> %  S" 00 " I i..y (in.Be. Ui-l •U 4 M) Jn MSCELLANFOUS ALUM Bl." i i % % %  "ly " Ml U rut >miw)f when nhavliiB-• pntorul Mnnffol KNIOHTl i STORES 31.4.30-21, IM'IM.H SAIIS AUCTION CMMD DWOL G1.UB for wooj worrier* iM BMtlni. Crold Chiiwiwarc Glue at all Pfrt Th* General Agency Co. iB*(kM> Ul. 14 fufh 31.4.50-tai aMUTnC nv.s All mloura r*eiv%  our rouse. 1-jiHrfc Powder 1" ? KNKilliDRUG STORF-i n 4.50-2n nor." rwi TVI In BeftuliAor Pnllahera Dial 3*11. DtCOMa ft Co.. Ltd. Eleeirteftl TV,>t. 33 4 SO On rDOJtjT PAPTTJl—Hn.ii.Ir-ii llet.Llrrann fc—arenle Forel Green Sun Ptool IcrVSTUNF WhiU .1 coloun -peclal in—i. rtrMfinper1'nlnH M 4 sin. DWamaar M M Bin Th.-y r.n A BAFNIS ft Co Ltd. 39 4 %  *>) % %  By InalrucUona received 1 will offer foi wle on MONDAY lit MAY <> n the inrmleet al ROCK HALL VILLAGE ^r THOMAS 10 perchi; '. wall bunding . prM(Bt ^ !" J nub room—which can eailly be conCAW n ' ntC '•• W nc ** TERMS !. n .. R ARCHEH McKENZIE, %  %  -'" Amu..,., 30.4.50—Sn. 1 will offer for aale by Public CotnJTtinAY 3S1h at 3 p m %  < VICTORIA STREFT. r.o* %  qiui..feet of Uod , ni(|TT"Nh CROSS ROAD. ST MICHAEL th, land has an mcellenl view o* the 'larhour For Inapftcllon mid condlS m, -fi?5L e: ADp,5r ' R ARCHXH Mr KhS7.01. Dial 3H1. 33.4.B0-Sn. : MA\i: HREN umructed Io i*i up !•>' Mle by public compoi Coainopfttliion GarafB. HiKilnr Ine on Friday April 21th illpn (ll sunda-d 8, one i ( > V- Ford, one Ml AuaUn 8. one •. iHmeutt, one HI Ohnmin BtyUHW.IM ; UO one Chavrok-t Truck. IS3> t model. RLADIOIJ Btnjtf! Varte 1 of -i %  jUeun Juat received fronv •UMr: 3. W. Barrow. Phone 8iW4409 H.4.H I IRON RAIL WINDOWS-B' Hi window %  romplele -ith hutter*. kkt Ml > in land Enq.ir. at oppo-i'r! %  .*.) Uroiid Inw or Phone 30M 2t.4.S0— l.f.n fADTTV I r l Soe-clal offer Glow rMnu IS 41 par callon Come and fel A BARNFS -. Co I '• %  :'. i % %  (. i:ti POWDER PUFFS "Beth BWirem .iiee-Al*. fluff v imfle U •nprent mlg -a n te KNIGHTS Dl 31 4 VI JF CHANGF.RS-Ai.i.tner lo* o' *m to hand 131 i ..HI i.uir Dial %  %  DaCMU ft Co. Ltd Electrtcal y 1 39 4 50On •DRlli RETonn PLAY! 2•. -..h !" i comirUloc Wh— rnoc BUtto, onoonunil. "• "iu. Co ncci yfc PNo. EWI..I•tSf^J,* r *>"rr MAKJUM JgJ"" >l %  > WkOD M, 1,1,111 EH2". >Vu ol c r. H>nuon'. |T^?** '*^l. m wpUIn i. vhtmt ikuJ^C"? ,h "ood woiklnu In Cd ST? %  Uu %  " • %  Sbum Ifakaa Balls hvigiUe En*Hh Amateur ..l-andoned Borne on pi> in an hour %  : reached, to inform ihem of the %  cessation of !" ^'i, s not ,onfl '" : ommitte H -irteri to ah.. HOIU became now carpetci %  rounds lo decide the 13 tor the n i^lhe w| ,,. lo nave Qjen 36 holes .setm-tlnals but reduced to l< holes which will help to make up — %  tester WMtVKB Jew-Aryan Marriages Legalized BONN. And •irlinnir:it %  infamous %  assert a law permit tins I to legalise marriages of racial itiii political pari.es who had Itvsd together thouith utitnarned. but where one partner had SB Under the Nurembeig law?, certain groups of Osti ly those of Jewish descent, vrsta tarred from marrying "Ai>,m>" Daaplts the laws many couple deflsd the NBBla and lived 10mV ended, tlu .. lo iikarry, but until lo%  no nro%  %  d, iiMially in concentration oanap —Keuler. HELP Young i laqnDHATBLY for %  i ... i I ''KR for Kinnlv, club iinllu.nei AppltOftllona in SITUATIONS VACANT \.".r\\T PAAnTOBJf IM.'MI" rfteanl f.Annau %  M.plicuni muM have had .il teuun 3 MT. Riutar Fact.. Pan %  ophod and 3 Mu>mi. iteif '* %  %  • "on* '" %  '" •>lh paaaana paid for "lf and ." *fo \ppllc*nl muM aupp] .'. %  urewni wlary and tal.u' tppiinWKMK to be nrtrttiimi ro Tnu ita s> !.., %  (.,. II V. i 3s • as—as PATTOM n -il-, Siluolloii varant for S, IM Factor, v ttMtM -it R-e*u Factor-., si IAICU. but alao in charnr -•ontrol at Cul do Sac Factory. Si l.i.i.. about three mllea diaunt M Iwn had at least 3 ynaro Factory experience, prltarafa. %  more, and b betwee n the ages of 31 nd 40 yeare. Partly fumuhed J room bungalow eupplled and 3 month, lonu leave home givvn ovary 3 yeara will l* *f Pfthl for aatf and wife Appli ..nt mual nupply teeUnionliUa and fUto preaent •aUry and aalary expecteii Applicationa to bw addreaaed to 11.RoMftti Co. I*d.. St. Lucia, Il BJ I 38.4.30 2n •t^fELLANEOUS I 1QUOK UCKNSB by 30th Junr. V B Taylor Lid Coleridge LnrM JiaJ 4100. M.4.S0—2:. I'lJIMh Al. D'ARCY A SCOTT. i> Inatructlona from the Commiftaton-i f Police I will Mil uu MONDAY X Hay at Central Station beglntiLng a* B:— One ilt ladleaf Mieaol. one 111 brown leaUtvr rute*. i,aln :urd key attached, one' 'mme, on* ill fruit tJereel o.d manv uthei Item, .if Intern! D'AKCY A. SCOTT, Oov. Auctioned? .'1 4 —;,',, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  Thuredaj 4lh M.iy > %  Mm John Dreytoii the | im.Iilllirlil. %  'CanafleW HOUM ''t Thomai • • Ul Dining Tables, lb ntmie llrpple%  Hall Table iBraM Claw rertl. Liquor Caaca. Card Tablea all In old • .ichea ft Chain., Ruga, Car... French MiWall Candle I hipandale Deak and Chair, : aether Seat chair*. n and Rooka, Old China. Staef: plate. Salver and OLaaa, Set of TSSea Hil Gluu. 51 placet, Venetian Brandy Set. Barrel Shadea, Brandy Glaiac*. Crow.i Derby Coffee Cupa and I i' Waiter Cruet. Coifee %  aatj Pitted CandaUbrae. .. %  Coffee Ser%  Iron SulM V' Verandah Fu:> Painting, naioinclro. SLiira Carpel. Tall 4 pot M ....I. Mtnaie Wood and Iron Bedaieada. %  : . P re—.. French Preaa. Chli "he l-lhUe I Owing credit to my wife LNEZ. STHAK 1 I "• %  v Deckle*,! of Harmony Hall. Kir! •'f'-l Qep. St. MletuM-1. Barbados m I 3 not hold myself raaponalble for her or ftnyone elae contracting any debt %  li-bu in my name UJIIOM ba am r ".i bp IT..' UOtnCL A. STRAKEP o/o i Oossofto. N.W.: %  4 -i I" ii III ir Sulcfti-Coafd c. n Mil o„. %  - or ST. PETS. %  Sklai 1 Xb ** '-* OuardUn. t *<"-ahouaa a hilly quallAad Nun. ^JJ*" taaung charge of Mid -Ifety J*2 • %  "• per month CWftcate and at hu tealdenca "BoervlU*.' % %  on or before AprU 3Sth ua to r-*?*?J? C B CORBW. L *rk, POM L* W Quardling. "OTICE OF TRADE MARK a g*YD,,,: C a ."' ,A JUITa> ,. •naft* „r^" u Yorkihlre. Rngland ag rtT^J!llhWOj*A word tradTaT V'W" of Pace Cream. laetltS SaM. *_"^*"tlena,'. that th* trade 4^> -all. ingn-— ,, Waaae. ? %  !"** P^sk-Sca co.iUlnlru; lanJ^ .J h " • trade mark la regi. •Hi* I J*,"T o Trade JSt. e^-- *lUln under No. JSSCM |n tg^L,** 1 4 >"h M*> IS30 h && r *££:' "^ m rt ^TrU?* 1 -*'tiaaisrt '"WTDAit 5oS3c?t UMTTBD i, BeouUful Tell Buys. Linen. Pats (v.:* <-„u!,4 btaraWT r. E ate %  . Garden Chain ft Benpea] ft spot Ust %  Plant.. Cbrvalcr Windaor Sedan Car IS4S WetUnghouae Ratb-lSerator. Kelvlnalor Deep frecte n Monday I at a.'a> from II N a m. to 3 o'clock The < >ld Tuesday 2nd at 3 o'clock The i'. Imp Flteie ill id HefriK-i.-i: I u'.di*aday 3rd. Bale 11.30 o'clock Ternia Mrlctly caah. IIKWKKK, TKOTMAN & COAucUeBeers REAL ESTATE WE will aet p for Mia at public cmpeutlon at our Oflke No. IT. Hl*h Street. Bridsatown. on Prlday the 3Sth d-y of April ISM at 3 p m A Dwelling houae ilormeriy tna Maneser'a Houae of Ooodland r.anU tiorn In the Pariah **f Balm Mleh..*' with the land on which It Stand* con. taming by admeasurement I Atre 2 Reeah f, Perche. >r ih.i..u.u'lnapactlon any day between it am and It o'clock noon. For further pejUculan and Conditlena o( Isle, apply to the uhderaianed: csym*. CATTORD. ft co 18 4 V REAL ESTATE •ALCOTT" ottuau -1 the Stream Road, Christ Church, t,landing on tT.Urt sqiuuw Feet of land, with right of way lo Worthing Beech. The house contains irallery, dmwwiK t.d dining rocm. three bedroom. iweitny, kitchen and usual oul-offtcet. QayagM god aervanta' rooms In Utt rard TnspaoUon on application to the tenant Mrs. Watklna every d... .tundayai between ihe hours of 3 and fi p.m. The above will be sal up for at DOLLAR TRICKS LONDON will soon resort to "tricks" in the drive to earn more adlockcd books, conujdnlng UM Bi-old will be ilown to Chlcal>ened for Amerirm i ,if the International Brotherhood of MagiThe booh f work ff Will Goldston, who founded the British Magician s Club with Houdini in 1913 and died in 1948. In Folks*! Goldston left the books in the keeping of 56-year-old Tom llai: f, one i.f :he six British lug the confertba books go to the British Musi'um. \i i-iirilini! in Harris only 4 "handful" til nuialciitua has seen inside the hooks. "There buit a trick uhleh is not In thrm." in-.ml. "Some are 1 %  .in %  ,><-. ,,|,| igtolang escorting The books Etva UIMOIIS of the in two. In BOOM two used, am 1 if a box. go that the %  %  The milk chum escape Is also :. Il' Ul wearing only a bathing dress, %  n his mouth karya wbicfa % %  %  churn. Ing hird 1 %  %  %  forming BJ %  out injury to UM Il %  %  I s B III I ai lisle HJIV IN PORT: Sen Ale\aiidnr-i II Yacht I s Seabrterc B BtSl Adnllna. Sch Everdene. -h Bmenuel Gordon. Ba* %  >od. sch Prmcea* Louisa. Stti. Hary E Ci N.wleen. S, r n# . Henry D. Wallece. Sch fluted Pilgrim B n GlorLi Henrietta. S S Canadian Cruuer, S.S OA*en Ann. S S Johtlla .^ndrlna R Srri. Freedom Faaery. \KRIVALN %  imrui, St tons net, %  %  >..mern !>). u tons net, Capt Ik.* Ml. f-om Greneda Mermaid C. M tons net. Cspt Joseph, from Dominica nsrARTvass Maiva Henrtetu. 43 ions rift. Capt Selbv. for Si o*ftoonoT LtsrUIe M Smith. 14 tunpet. Cent Baaly. for British Guiana In Touch With BarLvidoa' Coastal Station Cable and Wireless iWe.t Indies! Ltd lavua* that they ran now communkate v-IU, the following .hip. through Oieli asaojasisBi oaaai aasuooi s S Afgasuaaan. S S Brltuuiv, S S. I'iiusr. Cavalier. S S Vigg..I Ttsta, S S rkfreaena. S S. I_dv Nelson. SB Beaumont. S S. Goaccarne. AS. Eeso Raleigh s I gtg, Atuel. Sal Bio Aram, S S Brailll, P.B Argentina, S.S Gall la. S S. Los AngekM. S S Alcoa Runnci denviea. U.V. Cavnadian C I Vuiiseaota. S.S. Oeirul' S S Argentina. S.S. Sai.da:first. SB. Crarlstien Holm. BL1 BBN f S UaniaJJrayo. S.S. Mrn\arkeni S. Golat.i S N It F i -. B Det Casnpo. .s -. S.S. Golnes H %  I s AUbnma. I l M.-UUl. S.S. BU I ivertrjak. S S. Akepo*. S.S. CAanestore. t 8. Barbies. 9.8 Imperial Quebec I S l-ke Canlm, S.S. Republic a De Ecuador, s I I t-hll'iwark. S S UN %  I I Vlilird* k. t.ovr.iii.vm;vr \IH is ATTENTION is drewn lo the Dttence (Control of Druj audg nd ProprtMar) Mcdlcint Prices) Order, 150. No. 2 which will be published in the Official Guette of Thursday 27th AprU, 1S0 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Humphrey's Specifics". "Humphrey's Witch Haael Liquid ", "Humphrey's Witch Hazel Ointment" and "Deltol" arc as follows:— Unit i.f Sale ttmstsi Retail Price Humphrey's Specifics Witch Haiel Uquid.. bottle .. Small slied Medium .. Large Small s./.-.i Medium „ 4-ol. bottle 8-oz. ie-oi. „ per oz. bot. pot .60 .58 9 41.20 .32 .07 11..16 .01 2th April. U50. 27..SO-.—2n. xXfiLL^iix M >:l\ *l l., i, W I A.I.. From TRINIDAD — Wallece Prewon Ixhn Lehrte. Shrl Panrtm I Ismail.. Ismail I'jlel. >Un.v. PateL Gertrude Snowalter. Jut -i:-r. Qrther Hosel" biih'k. John Jayna. From I at OCAIRA-Jolm I .l.met Cmmniuiel. Walter Weenc Ntartlna Weenac. Robert Werner From ANTIGUA—Eii/abeUi Parklit<• llobtiison. lr.e.1 ST KITTS—Dorr%  .crock Iron. ST. LUCIA—Elan. lit PARTI MC-n, III \ I For TRINIDAD •' midduck. NUranrrt KuddorH 1 Gerard Alexis. Joa Aleuts, Stanlo* Troi on, ilnrrv Ikivle*. R*cl ilcorge I-' laon. Faiirone Mn—on. Jgaai s-arl Hummrll. Ralph t liobert Jai % %  • %  •• Cadoaan ioinra.ee. Beniln Goncaler. \ inn. MarB I .'*Wi Sober.. Bt I %  i . t^eortre Jackman. Cleo Vrlhui. Erno Artlnii. Cha**l ArUiu-. Alston Arthur. retrtch sWaSS. lateila, Uollllal. Dais* 1-vi.i M.illnrt ;<.l'A—Sidney Core veil. Judllh %  I KUlge %  DKPARTMKNT OF EDUCATION St. (ieoTRe s (iirls' School — St. George APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of SL George's t.irls' School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching expertriK-i.' The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate 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 applications must ba in the hands of the Director of Education by 6th May, 1950. 24th April. 1950 27.4.50.—2n. SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships %  M ,|||l. .1 M, CAM > iiALUOMGCK LADY KODNTCV .. CAM t'tti'iKiat '-AD1 \FX*JON OOfaVf IADY NBSON 'AUY IvODtfEY NORTBBOtNU IADY NELSON IADY KODNXY i \B\ VFU-aoN IADY RODNEY 'Ai>Y NEIJsON IADY BODNBY sail* HeaUeal 3Sth Apr. 131h May IWh Maty -Hat lb* Arrtrsa Bee. Ml Maa ri, .' gag -?ih June 21th Julv mtli Aug). IWh Sap. .. change without nolle* I'aasenser Fsres and 'lelglit The M V "IWiwood" will • -iso MsS I*.*.-,., SI Lueafe, si Vinrn.i. Grenada, Aruba. dale of sailtng wlU be given. <'.eibbee" wUl aocepl Cargo and Pia—n g srs, for Antigua. Montsenat, B1 K,M.-:,H., AMe p| Haling will be given. RAVI. Schooner Owncra' Assoelaison (Uc.) Tel. 4047. Poland QuiisI'.A.o. %  cultural Organl I %  acting Hiil. Poland eritbdnw last month from the World Bank and Mom-lai' Fun tad Nations %  omplainhig under American do % %  ve for a roar Hangar* n K'l —Keuter. M1SR" PILGRIMS TRAVEL BY AIR TO HAIFA HAIr'A. Apnl 27. Archbishop Juan Manuel Gonzales of Colombia, headed a group ol pUgrinu who an Itra %  bToly Yeni %  rid Clt" of Jerusalem this evening. Kruter. PliOPXHTY In cross road at Sraooner* | Hill consisting of double iu.ii.-d shad and klktien together with Price taODO 00 Tbsi %  >•>. %  he purchased on terms. lUlf smount must be paid when puicharlng %  'ir further pertlrulars apply to li'An* A Scott. Magaimc I... dial 3143. 27 SoreMoulh Loose Bloody Teeth BBBfl HAVXST* Brkghbii aaaall al any timo or hone Owner al 3IBB M 4 M> Jn HWFJJ.ING HOUSC A rPJWISES. Containing a| : *.33 square fast. No. 80 Bocuuo Street. A substentlally rracl^l liuktlng In good eondltlon romprten nOWNSTAIRB. Soeelo.ii elore ar %  ore ro<.m*. entrance lo garBge. FronlWaahlng tanks, and many Other faclUUes. i one rated thrmighovit I'PSTAIRB 4 iwdrooms. large drawing and dining room*, toilet and bath room Front verandah. Electric light, poner and water are installed Ihroughoul. InapecUca, >* a ^ peae Urier i t Phone SBtf Tn* above will be Bet up to public r..mpelillon at the ohVe of iigncd on Pndey the Mb I 1 p m. For further particular* and -iJiUons of sale apply to James l'i. Mi ons of tale apply to HLTCI1USBON Ir B. IXIGHTONSltue-e In P-*esg* Road. SI. Mtetaoel. stardlnfl on BJI" •Q.iare feet of lend The house fat bull! of stun* d.' on Mns gallery, drawing, dining, sitting -nd breakfast rooms. Pantry, kitchen. V C and balk dowrarlalre. 4 bed-oonvs il with runnlJel waterl iipstalrs Inspection my/ day 'eecept Sunday*' i.tween IB a.av and S p re. The above will be set up %  •<• |* l-etltlor st our Oftr* In lieae Street. Bndgetewn on Friday the Sth May 1MB at S f.m. CAABTNOTON SEAI.Y SoliS* MI3n We will aet up for seU it P %  *etlbon al our OfPce No I Bridgetown, on Friday the MKh day of April ISM el 1 M P m All that three-.toriad messuage or dwelling house known s* The BncV House and the land thereto belonging finlalnlng by admeesurrment SiBM |U sv feat or theree b ou'.s sltuaM at Spry SI Bridgetown. Inspection any dayi rcepl Sunoay* on application on the premises For further particular • and Condi lions of Sale, apply to ihe COTTLB. CATFORD. S. CO n.strut ttl ..ater AJJ <• s Garage, fruit Pnor. ,1-WJ lawns. ArBblt : haaasa that w|l Inter i a use your teeth to fall out ami cause Ith.umnllam ami Amesan stopg gun. bleeding Ihe Hrat day. ends eore mouih Ud ,|,iT. kly tlghlens th %  l.iil guarantee. Amosan %  •luat nuik. your iimuth well and aas i-ark on return of empty lal Amoiinlini'i Amosan r.r Pr orrke. Trexck M..uk THEY'RE HERE! Even if you have big oven They're useful when you dont .i.i up .. l.i oven Just for thai Individual Olah. The Price M SS. See Ihem al >,Msr Oea ShowUNIVERSITY COIXBOB :>i THE UI.M INDIKS l Mia Mural Ilrpartmcnl itor Addret* and OfflCa A ill in ful USD. Sails fcaUs Arrlvea MalHas Rswaa B'Sea 38th Apr. lOtb He 15th May ITth May Mth Mkw *d Maty 3nd June Jru June uu, Jena urn June am July SUl July 14th July Mth July 31th Juty sth Aug. 38th Aug SSUlAug. 'ith Aug. %  alia M.I... trnree Me. Beslea Haiaas %  th May ITth May lath Mny loth June Huh June 3Ut June %  th July 10th July awi i July 7th Aug. Sth Am: th Aug. 3tth Aug. 31st Aug. flat Bap. 30th Sep. i Oct. %  g* v.., 37th Maa* BMI fgani I Sth June ISth July Bi .tags Xth Sep. arrive* Manirtal nnd May Stth June :.Hh July .-•Ui Allf. .Trd >ejp. MB 0M Sited wuh cold iiorage enawGARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Ag,nt. MAIL NOTICES Malls fur Domauc* by the Sch. Mary E. Caroline wUl be closed .'t the General Post Office ... under:— I*roel Maul. Real-tared Maw and oreanery Mail at It.IB a.m. on Salurdaa/. Iftk. AprU 1BBB. Mails for TrlaMed by the S.S OoUho will be closed al Uu (rcoerai Poet Ofnce ae undar:— iXrcel MaU, iteu*ei*l Mall .•nd ca-dlnary Mali al 10.IB a.m. on Saturday, anh AprU 180B. I IE. I.LE.. Ul t\S\M AM ||| |; FRENCH LINE tai ai e i lu rnmdad .soilinoi lo J-lyuioWh May 11th l50 May 24th 1S50 May 31st 1050 Jiini2Hlh 1950 July 5lh 1050 1H50 Auiual 9th 1950 itii.l elaaa pn^soges are available at $210.00. %  ii ?"*" !" "*' n I" ,nl,a ,or I" return panaiea from furtho particulars apply lo: — IL M. JONES 8t CO.. LTD.-Agents. 'i i ro; WOBBOB n rue iiiiiend you to purehaie one ol our WIRE MESH MEAT COVERS niK rtvriiAi • MPOHII M Hruad Street. RALPH A. BEARD reOOMS. I LARD WOOD ALLEY ,-,"""7. ,or J lh tou w,, MI saoond hand Ilergetns :— %  O t Aiiarkei rridge It Yean Guarantee, < i '. K Anverlren IVidg.%  !', Yassr. Guaranteei Marquet Amarluan Deep Freezer <3 Years UuenuUMI %  • Cream Deep Freezer 13 Years Oufaiantoei t-imdy Floes Maohlne. Canteen tat CUUery, 1 piecee, Silver led rkerrwtt. 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FRIDAY, PACK rOl'R BARBADOS BARBADOS ADVOCATK um s. I I1I11W. AI'KII. In formation APRIL is nearly linished and the Caribbean Commission monthly information bulletin for January 1950 arrived in this vapor oflicc less than a week ago. It is understood that the February number is in the island but has not yet arrived in this office. The January issue has a new look—an improvement on the old—but its contents are very dated. It begins with an account of the Caribbean Commission's ninth meeting which w.-is held last year from December 5 to 9. The contents nf the bulletin are dated throughout. At a time when a dock strike has been crippling Antigua for several days and when Martinique has been posting letters through military channels for weeks, when the wish of the British Virgin Islands to become American is again being exploited, the Caribbean Commissior monthly bulletin arrives at a Bridgetown newspaper months late. The Caribbean Commission has its hands full and its activa.n. The Caribbeen Commission will say quite rightly tha^ their information department is not a news The information department of the Caribbean Commission does fulfil the functions for which it was designed. The Commission at all of its meetings brings prove that radpicntl ol the information they circulate throughout the with the services they But the suggestion is being made in these colon listen ii not ui (jately •.he area about con• he time when the An example of this criticism is the Canbnulletin for radio broadcasting. kly or bi-weekly or fveii [short Caribbean news mmission prepares n advance of ibaxgo them for use Press unl thi broadcast la Kingin the %  tbdi o* ii b.spoon-fed. In' %  Preai i [eh ought to %  era world. But (all11 lately is • %  ubean Comi: %  ln(: ; far in sultan %  • public 0 doubt I their way Inti m individual cample •>' the %  lad in the Honduras. V> thousand on the march ...i by an Individual i 1r %  Uon oanse of the ii might ha\. lha true fact* to the Press n | II '.n.ii any | be i .landing nation m the area until tin' lull) iiiioinied. That by th Press. Other IE BLACK-OUT 1950 SEA BERLIN. itfliaiu want b in name for the Baltic. %  nit to call it Sea" again, for I ll Selkirk I';...I.... %  .Will nlong the hundreds of mile), of Balllc mined to make it ihtir east sea ^ „ HitlWi n the East-West em B So they hiive ring curtain on this scene, b activity goes on behind tl tven more feverishly and secretly than ever That Is why trigger happ> Soviet fighter pilots fired on the Privateer, a US airrr.if ... Europe. N.. irmy air base* are scattered alcn^ the coast and inland. •Bta rpri. CAPTAIN Bru cenUy; We are in a position to .. -prevent any surprise attack by n ... ._ _II ., .,.. He went on to describe a special ITS nol an all-concrete altair, „,,. wcaoon which was '.". Si.ion, and haTmines attached „nce last Saturday with ten men uul '" "'."^ "*!1 ^.i ",'." to it. He ssld that secret apparatus ; !" .^.i !! 15l_?E5 l^ ra de on the weapon raster*..any apThat. too. is why Sew Ashlng-boatg entering the '-blackout area" east of th>Du of Bomholm utually disappear. 10 te heard of no more. In this manner the Russians hope to make it clear that they will not tolerate visitors nnj near their East.rn Baltic. Wli.i • at B the Russians are doing along the working %  gain at full shores of the former B i ii I East Prussia. Poland, and tho Soviet ron*. of Germany is for speculation only, not conl All arc forbidden areas. But details do leak out—some from the is crammed with rocket site radar am| d *£ for atIack stations, modern U-DOtl nave been p*'i I apt u red Cerm;.n i \< i • oemundr, where %  %  i %  ,• %  %  iie.uii'. uui ""•—••— T !" mTalaTwW. Uemal in Ir-rimr I i*l\ WOU1Q line li fas*-"* •> %  •rmena Uvtag In fACTi rm <'_ "%  'T „ RuB on5 have tax. Eastern Germany. Most of them u.mia. has becon !" J measures to ki %  u.. iwrnumm and loathe the iiibmarine na.se In tl ,,..._ ..... a .,.o the coast. The hale Communism and loathe the submarine bas. .. (jr A a ong „„ coast. The Russians even more So new %  >rman population in-.! %  Russia's ,: ... 1lalt1r20ner.il* hew..:el rone or to the <">< •"''•" ln.l e aal Some of the rcpor-.!> %  <-„.„„ | UXU rv hottta. once tilled seriously I with holidaymakers, aie now barPACT: The Russian* are tumins !!.• "••* rmrk ,„ r he tens of thousands I fortress on land Which the Russians state the Baltic into tho HPECTLATION: M claim they could industrial heart CENTRE OF BALTIC MY STERY M OVES t T || E IKAI.M.M. TO BE KING |y %  man. . „_ ; nee Baudouin. of Belgium, pores : an irnporl,. Belgians-which may. hi! lap. . wnts calmi> •, lie-making shapes the i d his father King Leopold t the problem of returning (0 King announced that he is pre1 his royal powers temporarily to his son ii the Belgian Parliament recall him to the throne. This would open the door ement among the nation's three major Under the watchful eye of Belgian profe.i%  nee Baudouin studies English, Ftem,sh advanced mathematics, literature. Mslaw and physics. Between private he reads Belgian and foreign newspapers, and occasionally takes a stroll about The Prince became heir to the Belgian it the age of three when his grandfather King Albert plunged to his death from a Swiss mountain cliff. And less than a month before his tifth birthday, his mother, the popular Queen Astrid. was killed while motoring In Switzerland with the : Belgians remember the young Prince as a precocious serious lad in a formal white costume, occasionally appearing in public beside his tall, soldierly father. The German Army rolled over Belgium when he was nine. He and the other children were tirst taken to France, then Portugal and finally back to Belgium. In the castle of, Ciergnon." in the Ardennes, where he was led by German soldiers, he lost • himself in his ituo In 1!I44 Prince Baudouin and his father, were imprisoned In Germany. The following i vear they were liberated by the American Armv, and went to Switzerland, where he completed his formal studies in a c; %  plain, good-i in Belgium for ter. II refused to allow him to return Until the "nival qie lied. Consequen: Prince lias not assumed ... au t oma t icall y conferred on royal princes at 18. and has not %  vice. Ills tutors arc trying to make up for two early removal from the Belgian people, and lack of. the traditional English schooling, such as at Eton, where his father studied. It is no accident that Russian alrsea manoeuvres are taking place now around Bomholm. U land of the Baltic. This tiny strate,, gic island controls the approaches Vis to ,, of The sea from v uie West. ,. At the end of the war the Russians occupied Ihe island. Bui then the Danish king, paying a modern Danegeld. gve ihe i forces 10,000 watches, and the Russians went away. Now u would like it back again racks for the tens German workers racing to comPOTTERY FROM i WORM i AT I \\< V1TKR PLANT POTS From 3 to 12 inches ORCHID POTS WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO. LTD. C. S. PITCHER & CO, uj in.I 117; ,v Ills: llll KttlTR. TheWarnintf EACH man is screened DJ Russian secret police, an.l Western agent' em spy" or esaboteui" out and dealt with as • warning to the others. A few make a lire.,a corroboralcd picture i naval and mUltai ,.;ainst the We.' It is being done aln .tin under and the Panes. Under the noses, too. ol mo British in Lubeek, only from a Russian naval -1 I ALL'S FOBIVEN-BAB THI: iimti.Ai.vs II* CuTgn >lll"' l'liu"" Peace Irealy With .Japan VI \l ,v HAM. HAM \ 111.11 II 1,1 ,v IONGUI PAST1! Pern -llll IIIIAILKII HAM 1IM1KII I.I \t TEA lit PI, St NCBEST I 1 M'DKAIi:!) MI1.K PrrTt DANISH CHICKEN HKOI'll .. MAXWI HOI -l i HI I II. inn M (Mi i ; i mil si i in in; n SOt TH AIIIK'AN BhANIlV Perls i OOKING in TTUR inns BICARBONATE SODA Pnl .^ni'i.. U % %  ^ servant-.. .^ %  > !" ..ehuieeandlcanevolyeapleasI -i III ateMr i J 'K T,". lb El LONDON. EXPERTS from the British Commonwealth I will meet In London Maj 'te their views regarding ,ouse in China and'ia p. A llll Japan. nd a favour>ble| .pected to incorporate in their !" (, •!.. Uriiis-h CiiMnmunl'i attitllllo. %  .... Rood housekeeper for you—' Bui a big T "' lt h0UJ lUan. Englai i\ What i c off and kick a %  fllS' %  : kllage gw%  ml lk'': i exploa. gui : , mfertevta w the Major. ; ,he Doom most as Tory as ... directed to the T ana . 0, !,. %  WeU SUWwrrifd I !,e,eh UU ws*p po -i-uei slink,, i patf i/vajis,.'io|i ni—— It she has does not ki it is ,i ,.l the American Revolution And Emily lHi>e!l-dld she bai k to the B II and C. draft Ittltwfc Which has four cardinal fact-is ; 1 Opposition | ".ice treaty. 2 Appreciation ot the fact that the Ja:. >;rdered commercial life with opportunities to trade with other i ;t. A %  tbliihmwit ol ich composimld not be transferred into a 4, Siutaii prevent a rebirth %  an -ind India meeting alonK with Brn%  ii Foreign n Walker, Secre:.wealth Relations, %  I g appointed to dea' I subjects. The eminent already h the Japanese pMCe l in *.^. (a) All t ; which took part in %  (b) The countries which suffered from -• tbUihed ific. !tid Burma, for example, would STM I'OPUAR .:: ST52? Si wen With Japan Ai law! a pi.v". i : %  %  i ,., ,*•:. .' .Hist iroubic ice fixed I bt iold, and a "Bill i %  which ii"ii' rate' | | u mighl read fc the ouUlde world UM l aar^ >4e! t,jt Bl W i'uv from actual A| lor this lag the (>a>l M' the undentlgited Hoteb *WH in the island could have actuaU) %  savmn on our ii., loxmiatclj OM thoutand. -loUars ($1,183.00) had the | prewnted to the Hou* passed The averafe IW icing approx$400 per m We hope thai I I t done aboui I %  .. greater loss to us. mager of EUZABBTH L ARCHI PAYLOR Manager of W RSA1 Has! M.i--. %  ajicr ..| Hotel B M i %  \l H A Ii KNIGHT Ma a. C. HA thit of i)alt jj %  law rUKi been so %  %  up n lUvc that ii had been %  I thought For it seems to me IUJ iiubool DOW takin.-t tries of Europe. raCal to point out that I am int of the thai I should l. : iiiattoanquet in 1M6 he ha. Lords, ladies and gengltsh bar is thr ihrtiVK %  '. I-..% %  TIIIIYI



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F r i d April 28 1950. Barbate flftufleate^ Hrire: ^FIVE CBS E.VTS Vfar 53. USTRALIA CRACKS DOWN ON COMMUNISM Party To Be Outlawed DOCKERS GO TO COMMONS „ . „ LONDON. April 27 T HE London Dock Labour Board to-night uurned 14.422 unofficial strikers that unless Ihri relnrn io work on Xoidav. tkey will be dismissed from working at ihe docks ft* Board's decision, taken al a men inn ihis afternoon, was mdcrslood Io have Ihe Labour Internment's ppi % %  .. MMawhUa It* i •lay old unofficial ; Edinburgh Welcomes W.I. Team LONDON. April 27. [he Duke of Edinburgh, PresiH of the U.C.C.. who is in Malla MBI the following message Io Goddard. West Indies CricKet -1 lvtuld like to welrome •u ind your team Io thh inirr. I "tab >ou all *ur_i aid coed rrirkel durhu tm*t •eason. 1 avnesssfe was read at a dinjiven at the Press Club. Lonlo-night D >" fn ** Cricket i Club to ihe tourists. Marshall, the young Barbatsman, was not nt ihe ien taken to il as a measles contact, thared a room with Ken trail, ihe Trinidad player, who Bly recovered from his illness —Reuter. Stable Boy his $12,480 ugdl Ticket On Birthday %  Ma Oit Own (•ii> e iid*iii) PORT-of-SPAIN. April 27 ndolph Farrell. a stable boy Sat: Fernando r of Trinidad, 40 Ch>, li the luck' Ant prlae won ;it Union at the Caster n i, ft drew LB274. drew "Bright wtirch entitles him io mlL who bought ihe ticket •arty-sixth birthday, lolri p-aty: I h,ye been going H ^a boy. and :il last I have got WuOf big out of il. I an about It" He docs not phin mbration. (By Cable).— oullK-rnUnd the les from I Jem strike wen1 %  • %  1.300 airmen an joined ihe 3.500 ibte carThe unofficial Port Worker*" Committee representing deputation to ihe House <>f Commons today to "acquaint member* with the rull %  • With the delegation three men whose expulsion from the Transport Workers Union for their part in Inst romri the strike Tho -ink. ra u no return to work until the Union agrees to o balloj %  lined men" The Ah Mlfl itr; which will .send 1.000 more men into the port airmen yrorkinn there by nest %  ith motor to for the —Reuter L eopold Dec is ion Due Today .pril 21 Belgium % % %  %  i, Accuse France Of \ iolating (Constitution PARia \.. N ted by u.c %  Q killed and %  %  i.is Duclos Chal Group. : %  %  %  nd Alain I The Breal Court, aflat ehara%  %  • %  ** loam %  . %  i %  HiWt bu.i. %  — Kl-ulrt ipulai International cricket QuarleaTILL MAY 12 im oit o.. < %  trtpaeii I-ONDON, April 27. | II U the dau '.-mt men_J n w eli Inlorn i M io-daj i. jMlcal level i-'wii-n tl;< Govern mo n I .nd the Indian Delegation, that is here to make representaeaownimii The Fowl Minent ComThe rtalegatlu •nghally expected io miwtfamantc but It ii U njW thai the Jamai will not nov ^Colonial Office W the date when questo-oay. —Bj Cable. About l.soo Liberal Party men bers will sembly. They whethei mier Detigi %  %  Zeeland as Prirt" ;i new Itton. Regeni Prti vaa due to confer with M. Van Zf day. but —Reuter Editor ExpeDed I'Yoiii (irnnaii\ Entered Without Permit I %  %  %  dttsen who pu Uan-languaga new papei tnaarfc in Tlmea In 0 %  %  1 %  latlng to %  I ;•, Jut* I %  nitted •'! %  In Januai not granted. —Reuler SpecialCashigs For A. Bombs To Penetrate Earth il 27 %  I %  %  h.specialised i %  'n> alom boml used agalnat particular or dlfflc %  lieved I). %  %  ,,v Louij : %  .nd "Atomir uejpoii. .ire longer -null number of hornl* a| %  siiuir M* IM ION la be aaai |atealaaieaJ|| an 4 •arefuih .H.KI rd Urrel Neilhei i. ]rtment %  statement, ,thought n World %  i %  %  r'>mh encased in a dee; %  mm irth ibock to %  halter unrhe Allies %  %  ay along the i thick layai lorced coi. Momic bomb might be thi —Reuter ugosiav—Soviet Relfltlons Are Getting Sharper Tito DenouiH-efl Soviet Propaganda HLLIJllAUt, rtpril -.. wal Tilo told a joinl session "1 both House >.l ihe ational Assembly in Belgracn it rela^'"n !•" %  Soviet Union and ihe •o-cdle pocracies were getting 'sharper.-' Among "i" countries had, the Mai was "thai the> ihey talked and wro'e about yeaterday Their propa< spects neither fact not logic It rapreients the U propaganda tneks dp rewlsTve slanders snd Intrigues." Refer riT against the Yugoslav %  %  HEINAM HAS MUNET CHI sis SAIOON. April 21 iPremler Nguj l5gM to-d.j |Vf* State. cr,.red Cov"££!' a new Cabinet. ^•ci"lly announced. Thi^ g" %  n.isled thai Americ;,,, Br2L"! ,, "* l } aid no" :d %  "Wet, authorities In IndolaSLi" ""'" %  "2J nnplalnlm nf a i,„ k %  h —Reuter rTAVaealne W* YOHK %  jmi-tu Is .'' '"• %  ** hovme ruberV'ornshilov in Budapest i I in the October Revolution but thU Voroshilnv becauat of his old age can no longer follow developments li other coun.i If he ceald he would naaJlM U.^i he is suptM'ii. absur.l ...iite ..nli iiolhlnn in iCiniuon with the rta %  % %  %  %  t.V. /Wv Chief May Kenign TBl U 2~. %  I %  %  %  %  ed Natioi I %  annexing I The Jet %  %  %  sus with I b. %  %  I "•he bet %  Renter Mrs. Sinatra Sues Frankie %  %  %  5750.000 %  MtlTAllS APPROVES ABDULLAH'S DECREE Recognises State of Israel LONDON. April 27. msetl Km* Abdullah's dcre tioubhr ordan %  .mnexins a irea o! Palestine held b> tl ith Israel. eon rj Britaii v< RnaLbbtawc io tne vfd de facto io full de jure approvaJ 1 i lafcuii these di %  i in it..rlouft n unporiant on the permanani frosUtti oi her Arab neighbom* until Ihej ieat it final i SpOAlA Window %  %  %  % %  W -% %  Path Moei mallhrl Will Tito Calls For Hotter Relations M ith Italy mutual attempU to improve %  %  negotla %  nd Yugu%  %  tonight. I % %  %  %  %  It ; %  !' % % %  ' %  %  to %  .1 i :!: %  I I I —Reuter SHIPS CAP! VlN Gurrtia uws 181 tNBUL April 27. irnl l'ei the OmservaLeetton Droaalai age, Mr Men/ie^ i I down hard On ever, kind of Comi ihe country. Lmblo to his Bil 1 nl ng t h i unprecede :he law, de%  %  disloyal element^ > ~ to prepare Indictment oi %  %  %  BC I %  %  %  %  I %  %  aid Funds /*rt>scrrod • ., %  %  heth.; %  miunisni 1 %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 On US REJECT LOAN TO SPAIN • loam. .ittea" let American Prasldent —Rrutrr i:\K mis HIGH Cl iSS CIGARETTE AT THIS EXCELLENT PRICE 10 FOR 16 CENTS.