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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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' Saturday

a" Darbados ye
ELGIUM WILL HAVE “CARETAKER KING”

Liberals Agree To

Price: oe
/FIVE CENTS
/ Year 55.




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2,000 DOCKERS BACK

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) TO WORK TO-DAY L ld’s R

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| Leopold's neturn
LONDON, April 28,

ABOUT wet om oy men cn unofficial strike in

| London docks decided at a mass open air meeting to-day r

/ ke tos r £to ay | “ e ry

/ to return to work to-morrow. > 2 7

| Only 20 voted against the resolution, passed after Kyskens Likely i Oo

. ions’ speakers had appealed to the men to end the
ten-day-old stoppage.

Form New Government

BRUSSELS, April 28.

IBERALS, holding the key to the six-week-oli|

~ Cabinet crisis, to-day agreed to King Leopold’s}
compromise solution to solve the nation’s constitu-/

The meeting shouted down Ted
Dickens, one of the three men

G dd ‘d ! over whose expulsion from the
0 oO ar | Transport and General Workers

Union, the unofficial Port Work-
Has C Id ers Committee called the dockers
A out on strike on Wednesday

of
last week.



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LONDON, April 28, | To-day’s résolution said: “Real- tional deadlock by temporarily delegating his pre-jj
West Indies touring cricket team] ising that no further sc!ution can rogative to his 19-year-old son, Crown Prince Bau-|}
have two new casualties. be found to this strike by un- a

douin, The Liberal Party’s general assembly, which?
| held a four and a half hour meeting to-day, also
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Roy Marshall is suffering from official action, we recommend re-
les and is comfortable in| turn to work by 8 a.m. Saturday”
es and John ee =a strike, which| SKIPPER JOHN GODDARD of the West Indies team was prevented from playing yesterday by a cold. He is
ain, has a severe | +@ r Minister G saacs| Sick the innings which we one » KEN TRE ri } ay MARS&I3
j , the sap fie dine a savers) labelled See ston - in the innings which was opened by KEN TRESTRAIL with a chot of measles ROY
| played in a one-day practice game] SPired,” started on Wednesday ot
t Club Cricket Conference | ‘ast week over the expulsion from } \
at Kingston today, but decided te the transport and general work- delay These two points were included

| stay in bed to help a quick! ers union of three men for the Trt ] MM N | j 1. “ ri a sf : | *in an ‘order of the day” passed by}
= « eal part in last summer’s unofficial l'rieste Of oO NIS '~ NOT Tl 3 il ‘ ‘ a : i y a Oe k
| Marshall complained of not} dock strike L . lal and Gets' P ‘of ( urie abst member voted
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the last to join the list of the
MARSHALL, Trestrail’s room mate follower:



urged that the outgoing Catholic-Liberal Coalition |
Government of retiring Premier Gaston Eyskens|j

while CLYDE WALCOTT like his skipper is nursing only a cold. TRESTRAII hould it: iar office without further|}
should resume its regular o ; further}

w well again, and der strating | fitne
with some delightful batting = MOREE Ete is







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alned but no
' feeling too well during the two-, Canadian seamen’s dgspute i ; te " . | | gainst. The demand for the r¢
_ day practice match at Eastbourne, More than half the total port mpor ance A ] A > | Y Y ointment of M. Eyskens ot
and measles was diagnosed on labour force was on strike And ~ | * ue¢ n | Gets the Sack eg Aig wag
Wednesday, when he was taken Pasay 70 ships were idle. SAYS TITO 7 ee o n to Premier- a"
fo hospital. Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s | ™ ' AFTER ] shin N 60etand a6 /n8 ~
P . Res tad : RPT (42 . ‘yy ; P : April 28 ney minis on d n
Ken Trestrail, the first member} Cabinet drafted troops to thé BELGRADE, April 28. | Owe Allegiance To Foreign Power te: | The Fret pron Cine oe the Lit
of the party to contract measles, docks on Monday and more have Marshal Tito to-day 1 mead l € ich Cabinet day ce ie as rai . t €
x at > . > TOK = a cide ( niss ymin Pp de vi i f
is now fit and well again and he,| been each day. If the strike con-| ‘1@t .he considered the Trieste 0 diien didi : Beautif BANGKOK, April 28. [Foo st ‘a “Pe ine sama, Ohtieit ol ele
like the rest of the party, hopes| tinued, the Government planned question to be of no current} A oa . est c ANBERRA, April 28, ne . tis I-yvear-old Princess |! Frederick — Joliot-Curic pitice.: 9 od, .
the complaint will not spread to,to have 20,000 soldiers, sailor aa but declared that| ustralian Prime Minister R. G. Menzies declared in a The. i Sit aan, laughter 3 French ucleatr : : Re
. athe roslavis as ‘pared t : s r; inne * ) ai (Sis SE mbassado:| 1 t t ‘ :
the whole team. and airmen working in the docks] gotiate on it = pared to -| nation-wide broadcast to-day that there was no subject on |to London OE see wee an eas sage at 1. SABO at he. had taken the ee {
Miestrail feels responsible for| by the end of next week Sena ee aoe of his which the electoral mandate in December was cle wrer than | early for her mariteée } a Pers eve A i Wet“ Sparen esign his Cabinet forming mission.
} ; e alian m ok ‘ 1@é G Lol I arlrage et The ri ner ri sion take i
Marshall's illness, but he had been Good News ‘munist leader Togliatti in 1947 on the banning of Communists {to 23-year-old K Phumip} effect ediatel Pai eit Today's Liberal decision }
expecting it. He had shared a Lord Ammon, Chairman of the} Marsha! Tito wa: sd drdeninis = oe Senge ; Aduldet l save : Toliot-Curie dade Cee Liberals agree 4
cabin on the boat and a hotelj National Dock Labour Board,| for the first time since the 'Co- ==> he Government i ponsoring Nx hotographs ere allowed. | Frenc] t filets cae e ‘ompiete rreedon of movement fo ia)
room in London with Marshall.} commenting on the decision of|minform break a conference of|| ja before Parliament to}A fe hou ifter the marria At iA ainery Resa , | King Leopold, during his son’ fi
and the doctor and nurses assured} 2,000 strikers to return to work|foreign correspondents at th . Cutlaw the Australian Communist} she was proclaimed “Queen 0!/ 1946. Some of samara lal Oe eee
him when he ‘was in hospital that} to-morrow said: “this is very White Palace, the former resi- Sports Window | I gd , Thailar the fir for 17 years.| 4»), te py ek * 2 tee Sr & - wert K
Marshall, who had never. had} good news. It is what I expected| “ence of the Yugoslav King out- ‘ ! Menzies appealed to the In a simple ceremony at tho|_). yee i ORE “ HI cling Ye 8 Wt Si
measles, was unlikely to escape it.] —that the men would realise that] side. Belgrade eet . - a kath eee this i 4s mi ie people not to be mi | 84. » : ! old “Queen Grandm« { 1 s At oy e sit Poe s oh - sae 7 cd
—Reuter. they had done everything possible “Since Count Sforza’s speech, at Kensington "this re " : a ; he ee > Bris Re act King Phumiphon an j ig a ; l gs - : ‘ € Mic e a 4
to express their opinion (on the| We 4%€.¢onvinced nore than ever When these two teams re cry about the privileges of|Frincess Sirikit signed pec nope era) ine Vy
; expulsions fssue) but that it} that this question is not current, this competition earlier — a officials _ tion book repared f grou Senta end a delegati re Reute ql
S10 38 ne “| because he 1 L . is season they played to a one- ere wi be no interference he occasion The district reg { *remier Geor xt neuter a
2 nid 4 hs ‘i ,,, | vecause he proposed conditions on f eren é stri #2 )
Worcester Name etait t mistake ee continue | which we can not carr on any ” with their legitimate functions on |trar took the cust ary fee fr BR j juire Te !
; -. the strike as it would do nobody | negotiation” he said Spkvtan. how - heeds. the. Fie behali of their unions but they|the King Government ttitude } ‘ . > 4
12 vs. West Indies re good ; |" WOtmeeeiie I iby say: Whan a Dis iston line-up wath nine points are no more above the law than To bring the two-hour cere-| Deputy Jean Legendre had already | Carib ] ress i
: hiv tin eer i ere , ‘ & out of a possible tea, EB re > rest ‘ his. ox , “ “1 i
w , 4 oes Ne pasebenton, in the ir| slavia is ready if the Italian Gov- pera ene 4 re aes ao the rest of us”, he said _— * a close the “Queen} tabl resolutior the Nationa) ; ce f O f
* > 1 of going back to work| ernment is willing to negotiate posaibia. twelve hile. Braet ‘ srandmother” poured ‘“purifiea-| A bout folint ote | AYE 2 nS
yatt Lea s Si e tomorrow, called for vigorous| en reasonable terms.” ? occupy the third thane wiliiselenan Mr ene = the Con tion water’ on the hands of the| 1, : ) sonrere mee pe Ms id
; 4 ‘ ans : ‘ ; ta oe . i nts out of 4 possible ten munist oMcials had been Whipping } King 1 Pri if y ml..2 2
LONDON, April 28 action by their union to obtain Asked what he\meant by this, It ite wn ; fee aes ng and Prinowss, signifying their . 3 sis : . ‘
Dee rine ee anon satisfaction over the expulsion of| the Marshal declared “I consider Seino 3 3 sail ait — a. ie front” and in the }union in marriage | el — mishiwing and In 1 I inidad i
ed the following twelve names the three men and the suspension}| Count Sforza mistaken to offer this afternoon to join Spartan at seo Fr tee ee : pine Only close friend I nen : a siaihes te poten deal From Our Own Correspondent i
from which the side will be| 0! five other men from holding] trade and other economic agree- eee ite: of the table while on | ee in 7 a m = posi- bers of the Royal Family wer See e ee Se. cae Gr men d in) ; }
; if Spartan wins tion fron vhich, in suitable resent } . Parliament that a member of the! , J } :
_ Selected for the game against} Union office —Reuter Mecona as a basis for. negotiations they will have established a circumstances, they could do ir Kin Se aeee ern, ae ie Com t Parts ld e| i. Cotes mee H
the West Indies startin re conomic . trade, agreements, are definite lead re ee ~~ ° oa ing’s orders even thé 4 omumunis wrty cou not be} ‘Ty Caribbean Press Asst }
on yee Muy 6 Wo ' one thing and other things’ are c a #, P., Musson, Son & prgecesie never se the safety and? Old Court officials were barred, | employed in an Atomic Researel | tion é e opening of its twe Hf
bab - ’ t 4 ¢ > ; sri Minaeaths, toy Pee O., Lid. have donated a case nee of Austraiua. After the cere ; "RE. S. Wyatt, (Captain.: Growing Interest another We w ilt not bargain with (84 bottles) of Jeffrey's Beer to ‘It is not sufficient to win a] phon - ce a : King : hum a = a conference at Kent House, He 4
| » RE. Bird, FE. Cooper, D. Ken- the free territory of Trieste or, use the winning team, . ; ne presented his bride wit Minister of State in charge tiof tt Caribbean Commission aif
ec yon N Whitir x oe “t ; I W I Affi inc | it as a basis for trading.” war of nerves, armies and air={|“chakri decorations” and thel Informatio n Pierre Henri! Mara iscussed the pe i
$s aS aE: 4, SPMIECHOOMN, n eke airs Wy, anad | Two Basketball Games were forces; It is equally vital to desl} chief official of the “Royal Serip-|'Teit + rl Ca tad Ser en Saas iH
G. Dews, R. O. Jenkins, R. | NNO Bargain played at the ¥.M.P.C, ground with the cold war and prevent ; . eitge uid it Prime Minister]of the in onial excel i]
Hi : (From Our Own Correspondent) | Aske Ve’ : grounds . - s € i “iture Division proclaimed he ‘ ’ ult nfot t} ' it} ‘hie bbeas |
loworth, H. Yarnold, R. '. CM 2 rent) Asked if he wad any proposal night those whose allegiance is not to} QO » Te Geor dau id i me the | journa ithir 1€ iribbeao #
Pe . LONDON, April 28. / to make on possib -sotiations the first game Pickwick a rages , oe te yueen | hailand | Co at th regret ea j tended t srovel
_ Perks, P. Jackson. : , Possible negotiations, | : ve Australia but to a foreign powe1 | ith regret, he ‘ a 1s intended prove
© This will be the touring t a Mr, L. D. Gammans recently re- the Marshal declared it waa not defeated Cariton by 20 goals to eee 3 eb I ; —Reuter [io » I the ido nelism 1
” first oP ing teams! alected Chairman of the West |, to Wi . le ~ ay ewes 14 11. Fortress took the second from crippling our efforts to de- | * pt i rt x a
= game -against 2 county side. Indies sub-Committee of the Con- aa th ee pier ae oe, ne Se ee lA pe ah lg velop the strength and capacity ai ha taps Beek 425 Paes : ‘ 1
—Reuter. servative Party Imperial Commit nee, land jeparted f ae 50: COR eee : _ e , wnateyal 1 r ; re rey ee |
oe oe ay ver departe rom —~ Reuter wei t el the scientist,| Trinidad Guardian, } ook HW
tee told me to-day there y 8TOW- | the ager : . Ti white Ae eu ans . a ‘ S¢Cl j
i } e agreement made with Togliati' enauet we Bh: ‘ ! chair the ene of “|
; “re mong ns oe “Gee ORF w= ; / itemen anc }
APPROVE INCOME TAX aa te be M “4 eyo West and it is on the vasis of this kind ———. — — : aa : a ions! C. A. Lx Gale, Preside f ri
“f is as ce Among ¢ weraaed of agreement that arrangements ri * | s i aD oin in y : ( aoa, Association, is to st
ive Members who are interested | , Tan ‘6 £ | ‘ ‘ “~
uld be made. | ital ; @¢ / sa }
BONN, April 28. | in joining our Comn pLady | re reehe Amerteans Part re i
The Allied Hi . nas oe : : : . In reply to a question coneérn- £ y / ; e j )
. gh Commission | Tweedsmuir, Mr, W 1g, Mr . adele }
to-day approved th : . y : ’ Thar | ing possible aggressive Russian . he listributior
‘ e West Ger-|W. Aitken, Colonel Wheatley | qesig - a Ate ee : ; e t \ | igh
man Income Tax Law which they | Miss Pat Hornsby-Smith, Mr. H.| Qs), 28alnst, Yugoslavia Mas n orme ur re | arious member overm
‘ . S wie ' Ps piang- + shal Tite said that he could not | e df . ' | we]
Previously voted last week hots ser and Mr. Henderson Stew- |... ; rie age of the W.I
’ ‘ _ 5 ‘ Pee prophesy but that he considered BONN f . i
—Reuter / art,” he said. —(By Cable.) | on aggressive move impossible i we aaa, April 28, | DJAKARTA. April 28 Pie Alidon - 2a rn en | | f
“urs : WhReCne? AA é oreign ice 5 satin d A, il 28 ll High Commissione |
‘a Ww € look at the situation real-| this morning categoric: ppokgeusan Robert Doyle, correspondent of} have sent West German Char s wi tie th
istically and we make sound €s-] press rene “ts ‘goricaly denied}the American magazines “Time|cellor Konrad Adena he ‘ ‘ Yalhonall to membe
GE h [mates that) this. is. impossitie, been inden “a Britain had and Life’, and Raymond Ken-J] political cirel to-da escribe . eo ' ~e 1 ane lr CGrarne re
4 —_ | the main reason being that in no, sity te lene me oO a_ Soviet deci-| nedy, a Yale University profes-| a8 a pnoins rhe ite faa e ee te ne eu H } ;
m | case would the Soviet union risi | Mutual in ne ,Russo-Finnish: sor and author, were murdet reque ific Cer- | Cor ner f \t E | the i ‘ ‘ ’
Y / | being an aggressor.” Asked wheth-| He caiq thet sree Pact of 1948. near Sumedang, West Java, to-} many | has not ‘ ct .
; / (ke Sivoklevin Would be ready tt Said that the British Govern- : rs ¢ ; Mi ,
goslavia w ae ready '0) ment knew of ‘ pa day or yesterday, it was learned] Europ: —Reutei By Cable
jaccept arms from the United] pyc. reporta + 7 sucn 7 here. The ommissionet
eerie tenon ; States on the same basis as West- oe rts Nad suggested thal The vere ‘ ) one G : vernmer
T FRANKFURT, April 28, | ern Europe hi d accepted them the Soviet Government had de- sian ae In a ang aOReAee a. . 7] a } "i
. ieee 7 : i : a 7 ; ‘ide stele he ee Thaea te ye 1donesians dressed | t part in the ommittec
tiati he last obstacle in the German-Argentine trade négo-{ the Marshal replied: “I do not a? — an talks with! in military uniform, accor ling to] Minister is lor th Hig
lons, the payments questions, has now been removed and | consider the United States wil! | tible 9 oti Ron agg = Ar- | stories told b: villagers forced by ] Commission and not Govert
a egreement is expected to be initialled in a week, inform- | offer eae re onan Sating| Vides for consultations in the| 'h® murderers to bury the bodies }ment conducted — foreign
sats wh : . pans of building our own arms : aMexs § acco { ‘
erman sources said to-day. ieotes Ser One nee | event of a threat of armed attack.| Colonel S. Day, British Mil The . 7 : ‘erma
aoe — ~—* The question of payments, they mo These reports had ai i a : yi re rs VERAUE i ashin
: : : There is no necessity for intense ris had maintained) cary observer with the Unite i| Dr. Ad
° | said, was the chief Pr for preparations fo ar sinde tiao ow the Soviet Government re- Nations who was the first ae I Arial :
ying ie, nepttetad yaa Wwinteh: Dagan not see any immediate danger of a eee Aircraft ore informed of the tragedy by the] Cor ; Mig
2arly Je ary sill , aitic as implying such a sis ¥ : ,
; war. —Reuter : !Indonesian Army at Bandoens east e tl ht t i
> leg: o ‘eat : i a f issociat
hua taibuns weleg nea able clearian the Soviet-Finnis notified American official vith esentat f Gover
Mshrooms! | som’ minr vont Toesrdine| h Police | 2:3 ‘seed suainst armed Seyi they snd that the. Geen
: I p s é B s . against armex , . , a a : mn Th aes
° the list of agricu'tural products rence O ee attack by Germany or any state a" hig . ae Ne a ria #1 : “s : i : aera’
; , | to be exchanged. allied with Germany’ ves ee oe eee ee O Ie ABE
All at once, flying plates, \' Opinion that the payments : . ” =_Repter from Hongkong two weeks agi epres Pai ‘ '
Pe: bananas, or just question has been successfully 1e tec * | Kennedy, who was a specialist on | Gover t rmi
Objects have appeared | concluded Was seen in the de- social and cultural problems « porte
; many parts of Texas Sener , wD ee al : j i South East Asia, recently arrive Its ‘ ‘ il
b Sites, if stories told by num- || Feronino “nemerine Argentine IN VIETNAM Mayor Arrested © jin ’Djakarts trom the Celetes} same ‘ty those oI
4 toma etrons are to be be- /' Ambassador at Washington, who SAIGON, April 28 F where he lived in a village fo: | delegatic 'hey could approa a ha
; } came here on April 17 personally Marcel Bazin 45-year-old De- or Sabotage five months studying political. {the Council of Europe secre ee
; 3 \ to lend the talks on. this. point puty Chief of French Police Se- economic and social structure of }tariat o: | administrative ma 1 ind some of the
ou, t remained for a Fort || The new agreement is to re-}CUrity Services in Vietnam, who . BERLIN, April 28. |® typical community ter A most famous are
or man, Ira Maxey, a jplace the one which expired on was “condemned to death” by The Mayor of Magdeburg and 4 Hig) Renan uRenmeN : fe
ry uD his bomburdier, to back March 31 this year. This provid- Moscow-trained Ho Chi-Minh’s| leading town administration offi- said Ge an reports should be | _—
tr vans Senin miles ed for German exports of $25,-,insurgent Government, was as-|Cials. have been arrested and GRENADE THROWN ought Sicha i :
Tange o several miles || 7 7 090A sassinated here to-da accused of economic sabotage, the : thought Dr. Ade ie} ight di
} 000 and imports of $33,000,- | 54s nere day c § ge, th
ie ce mer mcerers. } 000. : , A Vietnamese fired four shots| West Berlin Social Democratic cuss the matter with the High |} + e
er group 0 he. v s a
three he volume of the new treaty

approaching, outlined he was about to get i a The paper said that ht 1 Ge cireles we
. 5. deel xxceed $100,000,- | he as about to get into his car Pp at eight people m f J yerman cirel were
a thunderhead, He ig expected to exceed in the centre of the city. He was; had been arrested, including SINGAPORE, April 26 if Dr, Adenauer had |





his camera, set the 000 -— ig a anes 16 yer- ; PUShed to hospital, but died there | Mayor Ederhard and police chief} A grenade thrown to-night at] receive: etback, he could per- |
lens at infinity and began ust auce ocanaien. ‘ ‘sie the His attacker, believed to be | Hermann Rose. Sir Franklin Gimson, Governor} suade P men}, to vote for, a - r
‘ the shutter. He a lifference of sho 25 per cent}@ member of the Vietnam (Na-j} All were former Social Demo-}0f Singapore exploded without] ceptin, 7 nvitation to the| hn weet ermout 1
: ea etares â„¢ whet leok- canis ih sorts and exports in| tionalist insurgents) escaped in | ats, the paper said. No confirm-|/njuring him. The Governor wasyCouncil. The Council of Europ : e
light 5 new moon with a dollars an Germany. accepted | car with two other men jation of the report could be leaving the “Happy World” Box- }Jast month invited West Germany |
Hleaming out from the adv ace imports the resulting M. Bazin had been conducting | obtained from any source. Deseau|ing Stadium when the greaade,}and the Saar to ociate mem- |
aie: He described them aavdine dollar payments balance |@ big campaign against the Viei-; "eat Magdeburg, is the scene of| hurled by someone in the crowd,} bership ~ehenter. | ry Vermouth
.

a8 like “bananas” and a
! “shallow mush-
rooms, —LN.S.

f i am Tr i ;| the East German Republie’s first} hit him on the leg reboundin
. a . erman foreign|nam guerillas. “Warning of his pi & &
tended to affect Geri oo | death sentence” was given a few | ™ass trial for economic sabotage,|away from him. It exploded
months ago by the Vietnam radio! "ow in its fifth day. without casualties or damage. * .
. . 4 .
Under the new treaty, pay-| Marcel Bazin became Deputy —Reuter. —Reuter. I reneh Deputies
ments will be.made through an] Chief of French Seeur'ty Services | r 7, ‘ ml:
offset account with a ‘libera”}in south Vietnam last year ‘ oO Go On Prial
wing which, the ources said, | Vietnam radio annwunced that | 5D YEAR Ol D COUNTESS
” Bree es nogsi- | be had been condemned to death | PARIS, April 28

; ril 28. |

would be no obstacle to a

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Allies Tr , % trade | by Moscow -trained Ho Chi The French National Assembly |
y To ble expansion of trac Minh’s government several months ARRIVES IN ROME oetigaing Hs camate cm Come |
Co * The Argent‘n¢ lelegation in-| ago ‘ , ist riots at B t 1d lmMpel
mbat Sm loludes Dr. Luis F. T. Campos,} French High Commissioner to-day adopted by. 349 votes to 178
uggling m the Bano Argentino and Dr.|Leon Pignon to-day awarded 53 Days On Horse Back }@ motion condemning » partisar

currency resources unfavourably
German sources said

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at him at point blank range as “Berliner Stat” reported to-day, NO CASUALTIES Comr ioners during their meet







The FRANKFURT, April 28, | German J Timermann, Trade} Bazin posthumously the Cross of j excitements” and “expr
estern- Allies ha - acke ; rankfurt’s Argentine|the Legion of Honour The jin the Government to
. f ave or-| Attacke at Frankfurt i |
oe 4 special drive ta combat} Consulate General award was granted a few hours} ROME, April 28. forward ‘~ riding breeches and {republican order in sociz :
tr SMuggling of war material} The German source ndicated| after his assassination Bazin | On a dapple-grey mare, Elena, | jacket to kneel on the steps of| The motion, favourable to the
ist €st Germany to Commun-| that the original Argentine export; Jeaves a widow and one child | Countess of Hohenaus rode into | the Basilica. | nent polic ‘
an fountries of Eastern Europe pee ta for wheat of about $50,- —Reuter St. Peter's Square to-day ;t the! All her luggage was tied i nee '
dey nee official said ihe at 600.000 voul@ probably not get —_— end cf a 1,000 mile lone norse-; two small saddilebags n theja t fidence i
y* Extent of { ae : r G y ‘ ack Holy Year pilgrimage from |flanks of the mare Tucked Earl
Mf this traffi wa inderway he =e ‘ i
cuncerably greater th : x } h < j K , west ay rt SENTENCE QUASHED Germa the ‘audieoow were bunche ecte }
Ma nus Officials along West Ger-| They ment ! nn rORYO ag vom y vd of camera- | wild pansies picked in the h ij
ao c. leaky frontier: * se. rae ‘ ader { the. Ja < ear-ol Countess | row he travell 1
ae. ‘0 seiz € told Reute H i horse, La Belia/| miles ito Rone 1]
i thee en. Ae 2 J cohen $ 2% he foot of St. Peter’s| dawn of to-day f |
- Se in r x 0 Me wie mpos ] é
t S€ illegal ignments wei 600.000 mt + ‘ ny : actly, 39: Clays isnce. Gh While the Counte ,
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PAGE TWO



| Ga A a a aS HR A LE OO SE ORD COT ARNO EIN ee Ls eKOn CIN ERO SSN | owes Wow fe



Carib Calling

HEIR MAJESTIES the King
and Queen, if circumstances
permit, are to attend the celébra-
tions in June next year of the
fifth Centenary of the foundation
of Glasgow University. The actual
date of the celebration is January
7. 1951, but the celebrations will
be hela" from June 19th to 2ist.
It is. hoped to have torch parades
from four centres connected with
the history of the University and
from seats of ancient learning—
one from the village of Bedrule,
near Jédburgh, where the founder
of ‘the University, Bishop Turnbull,
was born; another from Iona; a
third from Moville, in Ireland,
the home of St. Finbar, an early
Christian teacher; and the four‘:
from Candida Casa, near Whit-
horn, where St. Ninian taught
To Be Married To-Day
R. BILL KNOWLES, son of
Mrs. R. Knowles of ‘Midget’
aim Beach, Hastings, is to ve
marriéd this afternoon in George-
town B.G. at St. Andrews’ Scots
Church. to Miss Flo Strang,
aaughter of Mrs. Florence Strang
of G@0fgetown. Mr. Knowles is
a Sugar Agronomist of Booker
Bros.in-Demerara. Miss: Strang
spent some of her schoo) days in
Barbados at Codrington High
Schogl and has many friends here
They are due to arrive in Barbados
on Sunday and will be leaving
shortly for England by _ the

“Golfito.” Mr, Knowles is on long *

leave.
Regular Visitor

ISS Rosemary Arrindell is

once again in Barbados, A
regular visitor here, she arrived
a couple of weeks ago accompanied
by Miss R. Agostini and they are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
for their Barbados holiday.

On His Way Home

POKE to Mr. Fatrick Labrie
yesterday. He arrived i!

‘riniaad by B.W.LA. on Thursoay
Traffic and Sales representative ol
T.C.A., he was one of the firs
i.C.Ac employees to visit barva-
aus prier to the commencement of
their service here.

Since his last visit to Barbados
he has’ been to Miami, Curacac
Aruba and Venezuela. He is, aut
io iéave for Canada this morning
by £.C.A., and he’s looking for-
ward to going home after such
long absence.

Arriving This Morning
R. AND MRS. L. V. PRAT'l
are due to arrive from Eng

land by &S. “Golfito” this morning
Mr. Pratt who is on the staff of
Cable and Wireless, has bee!
transferred here a Engines
Cable. The Pratts are no strange!
to Barbados as Mr. Pratt server
at thi granch of Cable and
Wireless Lid from December
1935 to August 1938

Mr. Pratt is relieving Mr. F. G
Eastwood who, with his wife and
three daughters will be leaving

for the UK. on 13th May by 5.5

“Misr’’. ~Mr. Eastwood has served
almost five years here and } it
home on long leave

After a Month

M'â„¢ Yvonne James and Miss
‘ Yolande Lovelace Civi

!
Servants attached to the General



Post Office, Trinidad returned
home on Tuesday evening by

B.W.1LA. after spending a mont
holiday Th i
“Leaton-on-S



were sti ne



The stream. ar

BY THE WAY

x account of a family which
iil the members are bell
ringers recalled to me an amusing
incident
There lived in Wiltshire a simi-
lar family. To keep in training
they installed a belfry and a peal
of bells in their home. One day
after the 14 of them had been hard
at it, shaking the roof and Setting
the whole town a-clanging and
echoing, a new maid popped her
head in and said to the mother,
with a demure smile: “Did you
ring?”
In Pussing
OTELS and restaurants are
getting so nervous about the
millions of American tourists who
are expected here this year, in
time for next year’s Festival, that
any guest is liable to be met in
the foyer by an oily manage:
bowing to the ground, and carry-
ing a large jug of iced water. Why
a foreigner should be allowed to
drink iced water whenever he
pleases while a mere Englishmar
who wants something more fit fo
human consumption has to adjust
his thirst to a despotic time-table,
is part of the modern * :nacy

Mrs. Kazbulah Protests
H® manigers, we three wifes
of seesaw men will be of
consulting hour solikiters and



RETURN to
SCHOOL

BOYS SHOES in TAN and BLACK
5.23 to 6.40

TOBRALCO in Navy and ROYAL
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wnihic

‘"Ere come the —

cut merchants—alway
same when they're digg
‘oles in Oxford Street.”

HE REMAINDER of od ie
Montbrun’s tr e is due to
arrive from Trinida
and they start off



entertainment by a show at the
Barbados Aquat Club tonight
and they will then be goil! ove

to the Club Morgan for tne
econd appearance immediatel

afte their performance ut th

Aquatic.

Golf Club Captain

M:: AND Mrs. J. K. K. Christie
tl two children leit






€ Gascogne on Wednesday
clas Mr Christie i o! the
staff of Barclays Bank and i
going home t otland on four
months’ long leave.

He was also one of the leading
player t the Roc kley Golf Clul
and was Club Captair Since hi
departure, they tell me tha Col
Dick vaary ier h been elected
Tempora aptaly

Perfect Wicket
HICH fam cricketer
day pl ying the g aE

nightshirt?
Sir Pelham Warner



around our houss it was a
wicket!”

perfect
It wa rin 1 Savy Cocktall
Party, given in honour of the
West Indies cricket
Married In Andivee
ARRIED recently in Antigua
were Mi L nette K ith n
Pla it 1 i hte of

Ne e Berri f 1

Mir Henriett R. Berridge and
the late Mr. Rovert Berridge It
wa th large
Asitique.. for the year

Mr. Berridge recently spent two
years in England where he quali
fied in law and met hi ride a
trained iIrsé

held lanse
Dr. and M lA Bl ‘

loiryers fo topping that orful
talk of tl ‘ eesau g ng
crowded hat the paypers

and plutinum

bells and { t W are not
wishing have hou osbans

bowancing abart |} this plonk
' Mm dadvenchesse vhich is arfter
there th. Thus we now rite to
hour nobu sba jo be shaking
the a otripiis out «
there i and to me back to
hoame, rarther than of hixchang-

ing oombra with all of yore
haymerle For we say
wot a ottbed of ennikity moost be

this western hend hif three peas-

full sottizens of vur land does
! able to si n that seesaw

efour oop ¢ e dredful hac-
t }

ses Hlor i and germaces

and sperorling orl over that plonk

ake hart impozzibul

Mrs. Kuzbulah and those

huti



Here On Holiday
Ms ETHEL GRAHAM, sister

of the Matron of the Barba-
dos Hospital is in Barbados staying
at Cacrabank. Miss Graham is
Headmistress of the Girls’ School

ntigua and is here on holiday
She is due to leave for St. Lucia
today and will be returning to
Antigua on May 3rd. 7

Pudding and Souse

R. PETEX HOWELL, Manag-

er - Proprietor of the
Casuarina Club reports that there
will be Black pudding and souse
included on his menu tomorrow
morning. This is, of course, a
famous Barbadian Sunday morning
dish and it is good to see that Mr.
Howell is endeavouring to cater
to local tastes. It is to be hoped
that he has enough in stock.

Returning Shortly

R. J. Redhead, Magistrate of
Antigua who was here for
the Civil Service Conference. left
earlier in the week by the “Lady
Nelson” for Grenada on a visit
to his two sons who are attendin
school there: He was staying at
“Leaton-on-Sea”, The Stream.
Mr. Redhead expects to be back
in Barbados in about a fortnight’s
time for a holiday.





CROSSWORD









Across
1. Por this clue you must think out
the answer. (9)
8. Greek erties gives you thir
goddess. (5)
v “Tr of the old ones are tnside

10 i deaters in slang this means
money. (3)
1l. Found tn church, theatre. o7
stable. (5)
12 Here. for once, you have accur
acy. (9)
15. Now you have @ word that is
never said. (8
8. Take a leap and teem. (6)
1 FPrightens you may say. (4)
2. Lrun away from the mixture. (4
23. Supplies her tin gag. (9)
24 However small it’s an island. (4)
25. Epithet for a former beauty. (5)
Down
1. The bird has it before the farme!
can grow it. (4)

2. Maybe a smal] company to the
fleet but a small oak to us. (5)

3. A broken file. (4)

4. Don't argue, you can get @ seal
in grass lands, (4)

5. United and they may ali die. (6)

6. A sort of nai) you'll find, (5)

7. What's bred in this will come out
in the flesh. (3)

o(? 18. Characters of promise, (3

)
i4. To nag one is a method of the
minority. (6)
15. Custom started by Amecion.. (9)
16. 7 top way to upset the shop.
(4)

17. ln the north they play with this
wooden ball. (4)

18. Not at home, {3}

1g. It's @ gamble, (3)

20. When thev're of court they are
not refreshing. (4)

22. This tile may live, (3)

Solution of vesterday’s puazie.—Acress:
8to 9, Lent; 10 Ache: 11, Aorta:
O.H.M.8 15 Pert, 16, Nape; 18
Calm: J unt; 2 Mat. 22, Lease; 23.
e 1, Allotment

cor
“a



acter: 8. Cer 12
> Pelmet: 17 ‘Anger



By Beachcomber

In view of the above, I am a
little disturbed by the decision of
the National Union of Journalists
to set up a committee “to inquire
into Press distortion.” If I print
the story of the contortionist who
raced a tortoise across a skath ng
rink, walking on his knees and el-
bow I am certain to be accused
of distortion

Drama of Self-contained

Braces

FREE answer to the_ Strabismus
rouser-Bomb has not been

long in coming. I read that some-
one na
which work without

springs A man who geri

strated them, “walked three miles

vith his hands in his pockets to |
keep his trousers up,” as he had} (

‘taken off the braces and given
them to an American.” The point

Prooj, If Proof i ere Needed of the Trouser-Bomb is that it

( FFICIALS have some curious shatters the trouser-buttons Lf |
problems to deal with I there are no buttons to shatter,
ead of a request from a profes- the menace 1s defeated, Nor will |
ional strong man to be permitted anybody but an expert know
to hang by his neck from a heli- whether a man with his hands in

copter while playing the guitar
and drinking tea. It would be in-
furiating if he were given permis-
ion, only to be taunted by a sar-
castic spectator: “Ik suppose you
think you're clever!”





1.40

his pockets is wearing the button-
less, springless braces or not

I have just invented a rimless,
non-porous hat which can be worn

upside down, ‘so as to catch rain~|

water



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Often the toys arrive in such @
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broken that the staff felt that they
could do nothing with it. But
‘he mother of the child that
owned it, begged them to try. To
her little girl in bed with tuber-
culosis, the doll was so precious

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Bruno av, APRIL
SIMEY: _
V WOMEN

LONDON.
D4 ritish social scientist
A nored aa today that in
++ jg Momma, not Papa,
An the pants in the

> ip, S. Simey said that it
Moy» who does the
se dishes these days. He
, somewhat wistfully though
“likes to be asked
ne does them anyway,
ot or not, he conceded.
scientific pronouncement pure

ity, Dr. Simey said:
a

i
np

vaale

tall
ily
f

the pase eo
x is status. Father be-
n ey aa now is merely

' we have not yet
oa stage where we havq
side which sex we want to

to, the behaviour of man
woman is changing and will

r fessor blamed it partly

near-return to the Amazon

men were slightly less

and. women were war-

But he said quite definitely

the idea of a “weaker sex
thing of the past.

is tension in many

x” he said ominously,

women who have been in

armed forces find their home

inadequate.”

bof, Simev mont say whether
nour.t this “tension” by the
mained women would result
mn inerease in clay pigeon
ting or pot shots at husbands,
British scholar also didn’t
sany solution to the changing
tion as he summed up con-
of a two-day mental
“conference. But he did
that conditioning on the
of life start with

» warned against wishful!
ng, apparently such as that
phic husband was the

personality the

Simey sternly advised:
ih men and women must
accept their sex as a fun-
ntal . They have got to
) on a new pattern for their
ana. the burden of choice Is
»

int in

‘other words, wives — if you
to stand over a hot stove
dinner — cajole, bribe or
nd that hubby stand over a

ming dishpan after.

apparently the sex pattern
atgmic age. —IN:S.

WHAT U.K.
FES IN M.E.

CAIRO, April 28.
President of the Egyptian
, Heykal Pasha said to-day

he reted Britain’s atti-
to an’s annexation of
Palestine as meaning “Egypt
settle her differences with
before Britain can settle
ferences with Egypt”.



ly arrived here after a visit '

ndon, Keykal Pasha added:
n sees the Middle East as
igle, unified region, menaced
mmunism. Unity is essen-
in the Middle East, and Bri-
wards Israel as the cor-
in this unity’. —Reuter

hank Britain

Advocate Correspondent)

BELIZE.
week Monday the Legis-
Council unanimously adopt-
resolution of the Hon. Wilson
lillian, recording “grateful
jation of the special con-
fation given to the immediate
of British Honduras, and
he prompt and favourable
n taken by His Majesty’s
mmment in making available
(port quota of 25,000 tons (of
), of which 18,000 tons a
will be bought by the Minis-
Food at reasonably remun-
prices to be negotiated



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MADAM JEANNE 7
MOOFL. HAT You J

YOUR Jr

A five
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NITS | Gas Secrets
LONDON. > Scoiland cannot be entirely} E. 7 v
woe aa be absolutely no By tia out. nae one | nqui
“Mollycoddling” of Princess ° lizabeth’s. hon house, |
Elizabeth while she awaits “the Fred Deoerflinger aa is cae tes eaioanead In Britain

| birth of her second baby late in
August.

Although publig. engagements,
which usually involve long
standing and strain, have been

estate, and if the child were born}
in Scotland, no doubt it would be|
at Birkhall. When Princess Mar-| BY CHAPMAN PINCHER

aret was born at Glamis Castle}
on August 21, 1930, it was the first






















Elizabeth used
birth of Charles.

trylene at the a few weeks for the confinement that he was a Russian spy.



BU RES, A 27
Most ¢
| papers sned
! ment the announcenient
| Britain will not denounce Ar
Argentine Trade Pact and

}tact that Argentina is expected to







| follow suit



|













PAGE THREE

ail

Sir William
Ramsay

was the discoverer of d-whole



Greater prominence however t new family of clements——an
was given to reports from Frank- | nahn us achievement unparalleled in the
furt that Argentine and German rT Hf . ok Sa 5
are about to sign a 2,000,000.000 | f Nh y ~~, amt history of chemistry. The
peso trade agreement sécond i) SS a “|/2 Jirst of his discoveries was made
importance only to the Anglo-| 38 = K } . sal os
Nemiadinee accord while the an- } in 1894when,withLordRayleigh,
nouncement from Washingts"1| he isolated argony.a rare gas
that American oil refineries in that exists in small'yqantities in
Argentina will» be allowed to ‘ Be
import oil from dollar areas for} the air. Later, Ramsay and
one year was also given promi- his assistants ‘sneteeded in
nence. Prospects of renewed 7 | . ‘
trade with Germany and_ the isolating heli, pean, krypton
availability of American oil ‘s and xenon, which arealso present
believed to have influenced the

British decision

te

trade

seek
» the present

problems.

—Reuter



Boland Acts As

Cable

solution

Anglo-Argentine

«), ; “ ;
in che atmosphere but in even smaller amounts. At first these gases were mete chemical

» half'a century later, they are of the first industrial importance. Argon
is the. gas used in the modern gas-filled electric light bulb. The electric discharge lamp
depends on neon to such an extent that few recognise it today by any other name-than that
| of “neon sign” Helium is also employed in these lamps, in addition to its well-known

| use, instead of hydrogen, for providing buoyancy for “ lighter-than-air” craft;

| curiosities, but now
1
|
|













as Well as grown-



yy y

ups, must make sure

cancelled, Elizabeth wil] lead an time a scion of the Royal House} MERICAN detectives sent tc B G’s Chi of J sti it Ramsay was born in Glasgow in 1852, He was a first-class athlete, musician, and linguist, as
entirely “normal” life by keeping had been born in Scotland for} investigate Britain’s secur- | rar Ss Ke ustice | well as being professor of chemistry at Bristol and later at University Col~
up private engagements amost to three centuries. ity arrangments following the| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent lege, London. He was knighted in 1902, and awarded the Nobel Prize ii
the day of birth. There will be The baby, boy or girl — and| Fuchs spy case are making in- 2 ] a : : . iy r er ee
only slight variations to her regu- the royal couple are both hop-| tensive inquiries at the Govern- GEORGETOWN, April °g. | 1904: Jn 1913 he presided over the International Association of Chemical
lar diet, designed to prevent put- ing for a_ girl — will be} ment’s poison-gas research sta- Mr. Justice F. M. Boland will | Societies, where his flair for languages enabled him to address his cos- ie
ting on too much weight. third in line to the throne, after| _ tions. act as Chief Justice of Bvitish | ao het tin ' ~~ 2
Before the birth of Prince Elizabeth and Charles, and forcing} These stations are located at|Guiana as from next month, \/hen | â„¢Pelitan audience in English, French, German and Italian. He diedin 1916.
Charles, she attended to corres- Margaret down once more in the | Sutton Oak, near St. Helens. Sir Newnham Worley wil be "
pondence and other Palace mat- line of succession Lanes, and close to the hamlet | absent from B.G, on ave rere na
ters up to a few days before the Prince Charles has been given of Porton, on Salisbury Plain. ] Justice Boland returned to this t Im,
Prince was born on November 14, the additional names of Philip/ Government officials discount the country on Thursday as First a attttbip,
1948. She went shooting with the Arthur George. If the new baby Suggestion that a leakage of}|Puisne Judge har te 1s Ws
Royal Family at Balmoral in the is boy, Britons would not be information is being tracked. Chief Judge ‘of | British Hondu- lady %
early autumn, attended a wedding surprised to learn he is christened} But the inquiry, which is being |ras for aF rtor fhS : ; ung “s
on October 20 and drove with her Albert after the King. Other carried out with M_I.5, seems «&« a Gt Se ilias ea Sees ern 3
husband Philip to a private din- names may be Andrew (the name be more thorough than the ed Re “rma a eed: APE “ibe 4
ner-party on November 12. of Philip's father), Edward, routine checks already made in hl euptene sae og way to WB
> ry, au 7 oF rick, ri ia yy ‘ as : s ad < . . . bY ' 4 us cy L ; mn } pe
This “normal” routine was on pie ody id, Patrick, William c his Wee ee , neth Stevewright Stoby (46), ) aw $$ y
specific orders from her gynae- If a girl, court circles believe} Government's serm eau re | ately @ magistrate on the Niger-| ANLing
cologist, Sir William Gilliatt. who the name Mary, in compliment to siete’ vain he n Bf ar are ian bench He _ Succeeds Mr ‘
is again looking after the Prin- her great-grandmcther, and aunt, tricia wan’ - tae X 1 ms laa eve Donald Edward Jackson, |
cess, Fo has already been chosen. Vic- papa re | ? Oe . a Guianese on the bencl |
One of Britain’s most brilliant toria, Alice (after Philip’s mother) : Windward and Leeward Islan
“baby specialists” with a formi- snd Elizabeth are likely choices} The British and U.S. Govern-|Supreme Court
dable String of qualifications, for additional names. —~ ments have continued to ex- ind OY
Gilliatt is a quiet, spare man The Duke of Edinburgh's tour change information on poison- \ ie) He.
strictly obeyed by all his patients. of duty in the Mediterranean is gas defence since the end of the ot | , , t
His books on gynaecology havel not over until the end of this}! war Harbour Log
become standard works for the year, but like any other sailor he] A new agreement extending the :
world, and he has contributed is entitled to compassionate leave} interchange for several years! In Touch With Barbados
largely to advances made in the ef wife is having a baby. He was signed in Washington a Cc S . JOUNGSTERS,
use of anaesthesia in childbirth, is almost certain to be home for week before Fuchs confessed oast tation y











and celebrations, U.S, Staff chiefs are sensitive or





As the time approaches for th? pete ape arn — = information relating to poison-
birth of the baby, it is expected been keeping up a full routine of aoe
that Sister Helen Maude Rowe of engagements, some of which. as}They rate the new nerve
Camden Town (London) will be her visit to the island is a private extra-potent chemical
summoned. Sister Rowe, brown- one, she need not have made ered by the Germans but
eyed, slim and in her 50’s was During her stay on the island used econd only to
nurse-in-charge at the birth of the Princess has done some occa- weapons as deterrents to
Charles. She has worked on Sir sional swimming, encouraged by ' : ;
William’s cases for years, includ- Gilliatt who feels swimming is] The U.S. Government is financing
ing the birth of Prince Michael Pee excellent for expectant mothers. extensive gas-warfare researcl
of the Duchess of Kent. ee Elizabeth is planning the lay- at Edgewood Arsenal and ( I
ate to present plans thé F. Caught at the back like the ctte for ihe baby herself. As in Detrick, in Maryland
Hote er Re oar at Stone old-fashioned bustle. Princess * ase of Charles, it will be allj One of their discoveries cnown
and Phill But oon the Elizabeth wore this sea-green White and all hand-made, fees ee eves ROEM
p- i see > wieita Gress, topped by a fox cape when Members of the Royal Family, 1,000 times more effec e the
Royal Family traditionally visits a 7 te ae neluding Queen Mary, are already mustard gas
Mainicral ducih ne , She visited London’s Royal Insti- 6 vs ores y
@ g the summer, the : - nitting busily.
possibility of the baby being born ‘tion in Albemarle street. _INS In charge of Britain’s Suttor
—EXPRESS. or 7 Station-——a __ pilot-plant story
” rarer — ye asad =i ade vere —_ where mustard gas ana ant
dotes were made during _ th
LOCKED IN war—is Dr, J. W. C. Phillips
FOOLISH AT 30 Dr. H. M. Barrett heads the Por-
| CANTERBURY, England, ton plant, which is an experi-
| atrick Brown was tak- , »stablis ont.
: LONDON. The report said, however that | sci elastin at Ge ibn ot <. sean i seaineitlais
Senility begins at 30 -— but “there is much to be said on the] west Gate Towers, Canterbury’s! No scientists have been purged
there’s life in the old dog yet. other side. |} ancient gateway, somebody locked from defence-research estab-

That summarizes the findings

“The older man may well claim/the door, Brown was released
on age and dexterity studied in

‘ : | lishments since the Fuch
that his experiences and practice! after two uncomfortable hours.

six weeks L.E.S,

ago
the laboratory by the Applied make up for any abatement of ——Can. Press
Psychology Unit at Cambridge mechanical dexterity.”
University, and reported in the
current issue of the “British An example may be taken in

Medical Journa: . the shorthand writer practising in|

The influential journal points the courts. His work entails a|
out that the laboratory “does not close co-ordination of hegring
suggest that foolishness begins to. Mental assimilation, and hand |

arrive at 30, but it does suggest movements, all at high speeds
that after that age the faint

shadows of senility are approach- It is possible that the 200 words |

ing. a minute which gained him his |}

One test is the tracing with diploma in his youth have be-
stylus the mirror image of cer- come 150 or less in middle age. |
tain digits. This is found to be but meanwhile he has become |
less speedily done once the age better equipped mentally for his}
of 30 is passed. task, There may be more gaps |

The ability to make rapid and in his record, but he is_ better}

able with his knowledge and in-|
to make them good

—I.N.S

accurate movements and to keep
on making them declines steeply
in early middle age.

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Saturday, April 29, 1956

Noise

BRIDGETOWN is taking on a new
appearance with the beneficial changes
which have been instituted in the control
of traffic. Pedestrians are still reluctant to
use the crossing lanes but an increasing
number are doing so as it is realised that
they have been set up’in the interest of the
pedestrians themselves,

As a result of the new traffic arrange-.
ments, vehicular traffic is no longer di-
verted when the Legislature is sitting and
it is often difficult to hear what is said at





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| Background Toe Colombo

By L. B. Pearson,
Canadian Seeretary of State for External Affairs

COMMUNISM, in Asia as
elsewhere, is irresponsibly trying forces of totalitarian expansion- very magnitude of

We agreed at Colombo that the of the difficulties arise from thc
the need

to capitalize on misery and dis- ism could not be stopped m south There are so many developmen)

; tress and the understandable im- Asia and southeast Asia by mili- pro i ured .
1 $ A ects which clamoured for at
patience for change, by promising tary force alone. They caunot be Sotans that it is very difficult to

not only immediate freedom checked, if, through stupia:ty or i B

h » if, da what should be done
| where colonial status remains, short-sightedness on the vart of oe meaty is created by the
but where freedom has the democratic powers, totahta- comparative inexperience of the
been achieved, a better life rianism is able to ally itself suc- administrative systems of most of

at once if only the people will cessfully with the forces of aation-
rise in their might and create the al liberation and sccial reform, If
chaos out of which communistic southeast Asia and south Asia are * a s oe
rule may erherge. not to be conquered by commun- IMS experience, these coun rice

In India, China and Burma, ism, we of the free aem- cratic which are so oly in history and
which are now free states, the world, including the Asian states tradition but so new to sed as
appeal is to a fuller and better themselves which are free, mist ereignty in
life at once; in Malaya and Indo- demonstrate that it is we ona not Should have t
China it is to political freedom. the RuSsians who sand for national acministrative

these countries. It is only natur-
al that for some time after obtain-

» struggle with many
problems, whicl





the moder worn | crystalled voleanic rocks, such as_ granite.

Both appeals are strong, for mil- liberation and economic 2n social
lions of Asian people do not know
that from communism both ap-

progress.
The problem, then, ‘for these

inevitably complicate the task at
the present time of long-range
planning to raise the standard ©)

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the Council Board t
or on the floor of the a aoe taies

slates is to demonstrate that they living.

‘ed) and prepared for use by kneading and

House. The acoustics of the House of
Assembly are particularly bad and the
Press often have great difficulty in getting
all that is said by a speaker.

It is in the interest of everyone that steps
be taken to remedy the difficulty of hearing
and this is made more acute during the
middJe of the year when fans are turned
on, their noise adding to the already great
acoustic difficulties, If microphones were
placed at regular intervals around the
Board and Table great assistance would be
given to those who have to report the
events in the island’s Legislature and should
be helpful to members themselves.

Such a solution would be better than re-
turning to the old system of diverting traf-
fic when the House or Council is meeting.

In other parts of the island steps should
be taken to deal with noise at inconveni-
ent times. In other countries there are limits
to the use of wirelesses in built up areas of
a residential kind. After about eleven
the playing of musical instruments
Not so in Barbados. At any
y or night people are allowed
ather together and hold a meeting many
on until the early hours of

o'clock

is forbidden.

which carry
morning.
be necessary at times to relax

l ich as at election time when
candidates will desire to hold their meet-
aces easily accessible by all per-

to a residential

the

ar, i POSslLDiIC,

er is justification for

ard of

f neighbour
ictised by horn-blowers,

one s
Yy pli
carpenters,
the

Sunday

into night and make

from noise.

‘ “~
Cleanliness
ios has this year enjoyed the bene-
suecessful tourist season. Now
ison is ending the question of
must be tackled in preparation

The Vestry of the parish of Christ Church
must be particularly keen to ensure the
cleanliness of the parish, Most of the hotels
situated in Christ Church and it will

idvertisement for the island if

are
be a good
the tourist’s first impression of the island
is of clean streets and silvery beaches.
There are a number of spots crying out
for attention and which could be improved
without any great expendi-

considerably
ach, one of the loveliest

ture. Rockley b«¢
beaches in the islahd, requires cleaning.
There is bush, and bits of refuse can often
seen littering the beach. If these were
removed, the appearance of these would
be much improved and would be of service
to the large number of people who use the
beach and for the children who play there.

arbados are a part of a Bar-
They are the

2

be

The beaches of B ; ee
badian’s most priceless heritage. 1
sae of other West Indian islands and indeed
of most other countries of the world.
Those responsible for them have a great trust
to see that they are not despoiled by careless
and thoughtless people and that they are kept
in a condition that will enhance their natural
beauty

Many oi the streets could also benefit from the
drive which has done so much to improve the
streets of the City. Refuse bins, with covers,
should be placed at points along the streets to
encourage people to place their bits of paper and
other refuse there rather than to throw it any-
where on the street.

The tourist trade is important to Barbados and
anything which helps to foster it is a legitimate
source of concern to the people of Barbados.
Cleanliness for tourists will mean cleanliness for

residents. We want to be clean.





OUR READERS SAY:

Queen's Park Is The Obvious Site For Pe

To the Editor, The Advocate

ties followed,

_It was in the light of these con- can improve, by democratic meth- | Already in this field some use-
ditions that we discussed the situ- ods, the standard of living of the ful work has been done by the
ation in various Asian countries masses, of their people. That is Uniteqd Nations in listing and
at our conference in Ceylon, their problem—one of self-help. analysing the economic needs of
Malaya, where the situation is But there is also cur prot!2m, this part of the world. The Unitec
now better—although communist that of mutual aid. Nations four point program as
a i : ing on
bandits, and it; is right to call 1. conference discussej that We call it, also has a bearing on

them that in Malaya, are doin : ae
their best to discos eccatsaicie problem. We agreed, for instance, this problem. The economic com-
mission for Asia and the Far

life—is moving ahead to ordered to recommend financial help for 3
independence under the fine and the state of Burma which had been East, the international labour
distinguished leadership of a man a Subject of discussion among the Office and the food and agricul-
we know both well and favour- sterling countries before the con- tural organization are all working
ably here in Ottawa, Right Hon. ference met. The Canadian in this field. Therefore I think
Malcolm MacDonald. Government was not included in that we must be careful in setting
In Burma, which is now free, that earlier discussion. The UP amy new agency to avoid over-
but which is rent, not by civil war question is one of a sterling loan lapping or duplication. We do
but by civil wars, the position is to strengthen the financial positign not want a new committee mere-
difficult indeed, Indonesia, now of the Burmese government. We ly because it looks like an attrac-
free, and recognised by Canada as are now considering here the tive piece of international furni-
a free state, is being attacked by position of dollar Canada in ture for an already cluttered-up
een yen Bae relation to that sterling loan. Our home. ~ :
rom the left. It is having a diffi- ¢oecial position in this regard was Yet it is hoped that this new

cult ime, Then. there is Indo- recognized at the conference. ccimmittee which was recommen-}
China which i propose to discuss ; ‘ ar . lom-
peparately, because it is a very _ One of the:important develop- ded to the governments at Colom

fete r ' . : ents of the conference was the bo will be practical and useful |

; 7 m
pmperest point of recommendation to set up a Com-— and in its results go further than

7 Tee es all: of ie atthe monwealth consulative committee any previous agency in that area.
: . Poe © for south and south-east Asia. I It is hoped that before long the

in that part





Sraltier ian Srnksileies “ace was vividly impressed during my committee will be able to relate |
flow over this general area, not bees ee ecross this aren: aeter the. Sea of eee counties to
only will the new nations lose the the conference, by the need for the possibilities of financial and
national independence Which they Capital development in all the technical help. But it should b

have secured so recently, but the Countries. stretching from Pa‘sis- understood that in considering
forces of the free world will have ten to Indonesia. There wa; a the problem of what the Com-
been driven off all but a relative great need to increase agricultural monwealth countries can do
small bit of the great Eurasian yields through the introduction of through this committee to help



area—and I attempted t
the make this clear at Colombo — the
new contributions of members of the

tance: irrigation systems and the gre ter the
use of fertilizer; also for
tablishment of at least some

land mass. In such circum
it would not be easy to contem-

plate with equanimity the future e



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of the rest of the world industries I was impressed also Commonwealth will have to bey
That, then, was the background by the very great need for techni- determined in the light of their

against which we held..« dis- cal help in those countri financial commitments, not only |

cussions in the lush and -lovely ° But if the need is obvious, so in this area but elsewhere.

island of Ceylon are the difficulties. In fact, most —INS.



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DEATH
By Dr. R. Ford Tredre

Oo MALARIA |

method of iisecticide application
on the vector mosquitoes of ma-}

(Deputy Director of Hritain’. Ross Insti- ; fallen to levels which sug-

tute, Centre of Malaria Research in gest the elimination of the disease






| and developing of glazes is a very important

| speaking, is a coating of glass and is made of |

island Colonies in the Mediterran-
ean, a three-year campaign has
; successfully eradicated malaria-
carrying mosquitoes, and* unless
infected. mosquitoes are accident-
ally conveyed there by ship or air-
| craft, it will be impossible for the
disease to recur,

The method employed to
achieve eradication was the appli-
cation to the surface of all mos-
quito breeding waters of an oii in
which the insecticide, DDT, (dich-
loro-diphenyl-trechlorethane) had

been dissolved; mosquito larvae
were thus killed
Adult female mosquitoes have

the habit of resting on walls inside
dwellings and animal outhouses

These wall surfaces can be treated
readily and economicaily with a

solution which, after drying,
; would leave a fine deposit of in-
| secticide; mosquitoes resting on

such a surface might be irritated
and fly outdoors, but in any event
they will die within a few hours.
The attraction of the essential feed
of blood lures the young female
mosquitoes to the death-trap. To
maintain the death-dealing pro-
perties of these wall surfaces only
two or three treatments with in-
secticide are necessary for an eight
month mosquito season,

This residual insecticide method
was used in the coastal zone of
British Guiana, in tropical South
America, where the extensive irri-
ation system of the sugar-cane
plantations produced millions of
mosquitoes. The dramatic reduc-
tion in the mosquito population
has transformed, within a few
years, a malaria-ridden country
E one in which the disease is no





longer an insoluble public health
problem.

No More Epidemics

The history of Ceylon has been
punctuated by devastating epi-
demics of tropical malaria, Such
catastrophes are now a thing of
{ the past; the prevalence of mala-





obtained and their various activi- letter appearing

while the rooms issue of your

the United Kingdom) within a few years. These results laria in Central Africa, Malaya}
|: gh Overe f Britain's have follewed the adoption by the and Assam. It has been found}
} 2 ( rit 1s . 7 , i i

ee ee eee. payee Government Health Department of that some species of mosquitoes}

the residual insecticide method as
a routine and island-wide measure
of sanitation,
Britain's scientists
investigating the effect of

have been
this

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER











“ But, Mr. Klammenberger, the
Film Bank report is so fright-
jully bad for our prestige—
why compared with the
Railways and Ground Nuts
and even the British Council,
we come out as heing dirt
cheap!”

bade



Today’s Thought

And when we think we
lead we most are led.
—Byron, “The Two Foseari”

A lawyer is a learned gen-
tleman who rescues your
estate from your enemies
and keeps it himself.

—Lord Brougham

in Wednesday's
paper expressed



ignoble Frankie set about the song,
which I love very dearly

may enter : \wellings, obtain a feed |
of blood a:.1 leave without resting
on a wall, thus evading contact
with the insecticide. This may be
due to habit or to a repellent effect
of that insecticide; a different in-|
secticide may not have this effect |
on the same species of mosquito.

The complete eradication of all|
vector mosquitoes is the ideal re-|
sult to be aimed at, but is not
essential for 'the elimination of
malaria from a community. Resi-
dual insecticides can reduce the
mosquito population so drastically
that the ‘numbers of mosquitoes
which are actually infected with
malaria, become almost negligible.
Indeed, the stage is set for
elimination of malaria as a major
public health problem in both
temperate and tropical climates.

More Compounds

The available insecticide arma-

ment of DDT, benzene hexachlo-
vide and chlordane, which are all
efficient when used in a scientific
manner, will doubtless be follow-
ed in the course of time by even
more efficient chemical com-
pounds.

For years chemists have sought
the perfect anti-malarial drug and

| job.

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wedging until it is in a suitable plastic, homo-
geneous condition for “throwing.”
“Throwing” is somewhat of a misnomer
but means the shaping of an article from a
piece of clay on a wheel-head which is revolv-
ing in an-anti-clockwise direction, The potter
sits or stands at his wheel and, after centring
and conditioning the spinning mould of clay,
he presses his thumb and fingers down into ||
the centre of the clay ball thus hollowing it},
put and forming a thick-sided vessel. Sup-
porting the outside wall of this vessel with
the crooked index finger of the right hand
and exerting an even pressure from the})
muscle with the left hand, at the same time }}
drawing upwards with both hands, he thins |}
out the walls and the completed shape comes |)
to life. Like all things which appear natural |;
and simple, “throwing” is extremely difficult
and requires many years to perfect.
When the pot is dry enough*to handle
easily (known as leather hard) it is inverted
and the foot is cut. At this stage, decoration
by incision in the raw clay or application of
coloured slips (thin liquid clay) is carried
out; also the fixing of handles, ete.
After careful drying the ware is put intc
the kiln for biscuit or first firing. Although
the ware has been completely dried and the
water of formation evaporated, the clay still
contains a small percentage of chemically
sombined moisture which must be driven off
by greater heat. This is one of many reasons
why the biscuit firing is essentially slow and
thorough. The kiln is lit from cold, and the
heat slowly built up to the requisite maturing
temperature of the particular body or clay |)
being used. }
After ‘cooling, the ware is taken from the \
kiln and made ready for glazing. The making

From 3 to 12 inches

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such materials as feldspar, flint, Kaolin, Corn-
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such as iron, chrome, cobalt, rutile, ete. The
ware is immersed in the glaze liquid, or the
glaze is poured over or brushed on the ware | |S
and allowed to dry. It is then replaced in the |

kiln and fired for the second time. This is |
known as the glost or glaze firing.
Seeing an array of finished pots, beautiful

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natural for the layman to assume that potting |)
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A potter who is worth his salt and who |
does his utmost to produce work of quality |

does indeed get great joy and satisfaction in |}

so doing. That is his reward for all the}}

“blood, sweat and tears,’ the mental and |)

physical exhaustion of long firings and the |{

hazards of wind and weather during firing. |;

After devoting great care and patience on ||
weeks of work he must then subject his

efforts to the fire, which, in spite of expense lj

{and every care, can have disastrous results. it

It is a difficult and exacting job ard only|)

one who truly loves pots and has fznatical| }

enthusiasm for the craft could endure the |}

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| hazards which he must accept as part of the
day’s work. So, good luck to the few crafts-|
}men who believe in themselves and their |
craft and who are doing their best to create
beauty for all time—and earn dollars for
Scotland now.
| “Take Note !’—The Magazine of the Scot-
tish Tourist Board.

SIZES 14 TO I”



it has yet to be found. In 1946
United Kingdom scientists pro-
duced proguanil (paludrine)
which has proved to be an efficient

Floating Town |

°
| =

“MY ship is a self-contained town of more than

anti-malarial and does not cause) three thousand inhabitants with its restaurants, |

any

son under treatment with

unpleasant side-effects: Aj chons churches, library, surgeries, printi |
mosquito taking blood from a per- | uaa baths Ys SUPRGrAS, DED ee
this | - an

b and even a landscape gardener. |
The Master and he alone, is responsible.

drug, does not become infective or! make decisions, often quick decisions, rightly or

capable of transmitting the disease | wrongly, and stand by the consequences.

For the conquest of malaria, ex-
available, |

cellent
powerful

weapons are
insecticides to destroy

mosquitoes and efficient anti-ma-
It remains for en-
permit
the reasonable recurring annual |
expenditure and to train staff in
the performance of new and skill-

larial drugs.
lightened governments to _

ed duties.

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Proceeds of conce:

and Band

ople's Theatre

And the
} job does not allow for many mistakes, even with
Yhe modern aids of Radar, radio telephone, radio-
»| grams and Standing Orders from the Ministry of |
Transport and the owners. Sometimes a decision
has to be made in a split second, sometimes there
is an opportunity to take a second opinion from
one of his trusted staff. Whatever the circumstances,
whatever grace he may have before he speaks—he
still speaks for himself.”
Yommodore C. M. Ford: Captain o ; e .

. tailing in iho Bees Secararniee sate fot Soa

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01 ind (3) apparent lack of interest!

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SIR.—About the proposed above could be utilized for art ex- regret that the Public Library “is
theatre subject which is “Of hibitions, plays, reading, lectures, so lacking in books which could
wreat interest to me and, I should music, ete.; the propased theatre easily raise the standard of spe-
inink. to a Large number ef people would be built on a suitable site cialised education.”
in |the eommunity instead Of jn the grounds and an interchange
ing on voluntary donations of interests and ideas encouraged
it not be possible to float and centralised. My dreams,

There wouid be no however, are turning into night-

of course, but if shares mares for now we hear that yet
s to ised study.

the Publie

I submit that it is impossible for
any library operating on a limited
budget to buy the text books to
cover several branches of special-
There is however, at
Library an actively

would
: I
aividaena

carried certain privileges I sug- another of those steel-sheds i

gest f instance that anyone be placed in our one and only : , ecwmae
he ten shares (say at a Park. It really is very regrettable operated syste m eo . pth
i) might buy a seat at that on the one site which is for Put shase”, and if “Accountan

vill let me know his specific needs
everything possible will be done
to supply them: for if Public

a fixed rate or a slightly cheaper capable of development and which
and be allowed to book that shoyld be preserved for beauty
before the play was and cultural life this atrocity is °° ) AS YP

the public and the going to be committed, The sjte Library pt "9 cate eae
iders. Any Society of the proposed theatre is the first PUSehas® ce eee?
res would have the consideration and the most im- \f May be possidie tc own ee

ting the theatre ‘portant ome for if it is not in a {om the Eastern Caribbgan Re-
days in the year in central position it will not serve sional Library










f
fc TT we
nm f course to the num- its purpose. D. A. WILES,
I of shares held, {n this way Public Librarian.
1 have \ real Please let us have some more
int vs theatre and a feel- Suggestions from your readers Please!
; ed to them and please Bridgetown Players,
Neville Connel and Norman Wood To The or The Ad 1
us convene a meeting as scon as it SIR cannot be allowed t
mn be arranged pass Voice of the n cer ol
G.M. WHITE. ¢} kan wikke he eae
Sinatra ind one wt he
Books ie very popular too!-——Ole Ma
To The Editor The Ad ute
SIR A correspondent whc This announcement havin
t ips ¢ ns himself “Accountant” in a made me my f1 seat the

which I had never heard him sing, $110 66
He murdered it.

Dear Frankie having completed
this act, I coughed and spluttered
my cup of tea as I heard the voice
of the announcer again. Said he:
“That is undoubtedly one of Frank

Total and supervision on the part oi
the management,

Could the management no‘
procure a temporary garage i:
the precincts of the city, so that
when there is a big crowd i}
the bus stand, a simple telephon

The fund is still open and fur-
ther subscriptions may be paid to
Mr. T. S. Chandler, Mr. Cariisie
Reid, or the Parochial Treasurer
and will be acknowledged in the

Sinatra's best recordings”. Press. z message could. cause :
Please, I beg on my knees, Mr. T. S. CHANDLER, neeay cou d cause one or two

Announcer, do not let me ever Churchwarden, oar buses to be sent? The same

hear his worst! !!! St. Peter. thing holds good for the country

where the owner lives; but first
Buses he must instal a telephone and!

employ an inspector, who cou

To the Editor, The Advocate— use his common sense and disc:
SIR.—As a daily user of the St. tion to inform the manager whet
George buses, may I be permitted and how many buses are needed |
Space to make a few remar By doing the management

oncerning the running of the would not have to put more busé

Route? These remarks I am about on the road than are necessary.

TREVOR GALE.

Fund

To The Editor The Advocate,
SIR,—The following are the re-

sults of the fund started by Mr.

t. S. Chandler, Churchwarden for

This



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the a con i for the pur- to make are not meant to be
pose o elping ose persons g tive } . t I
nS destructive but rather construc- Hoping that this may ¢
whose houses were damaged in ¢ive yA ’ the ittentic 2 ‘all ‘ane
; the attention of all concerned,

the rains and stormy weather du- that ¢ i a 8
he lic will benefit from











ring 164¢ fd
ing 1949 The chief defects in the ru I ness-like syster 1
: iMess-i > Syste mâ„¢
aa? Pets ning of the route are: (1 Buse he r c e
evieus! collecte anh Geeta : i " , )
Gs.c $5 00 not running to proper time ; BONUS TVTS \
Mrs, G. McClear i ee
T zha 50 ar meen
an 1 oO eTTE i i dos i
3. D. Ag 7 @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom—~de—pivme, but un
24 accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored
Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week and readers
; 3 roe
e are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
be known to cai i
‘ ° the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-

ance of good faith.





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' Admitted To Local Bar

® mr. C.T.W.E. Worrell “Half Barbadian”

mR. C. T. W. E. WORRELL, first Crown Att
Trinidad, was yesterday admitted to the local Bar by the
Chiet Justice, His Honour Sir Allan Collymore.
the Court of Ordinary just before the business of

Jace in
the day began.
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Choir Contest
Next Tuesday

AT QUEEN'S PARK

MeN Urtuans nave so tar en-
verea tor Ine Dingig
. ution WNicn will lane puace
Por clieeue ParK al (.dU O Lues-
mignt. It was tormeriy
seneduled for Monday night,
ne yudges will be Capt. C. E.
Raison, “ater Hopkins ana wir.
Geraia Huason waue Mr. Jonn
peckies, Muo.K., will act as



SAE CREW of the fishing boat
Lady Gracias, which capsized
at about 11.30 a.m. on Thursday,
were Bertie King of bath Village,
Kenneth Humphrey of Paradise
Village and Granville Lovelle of
st. Lawrence. They were all
prought ashore by another boat.
The Gracias is owned by Byron
Haddock of Bath Village, Christ

res LOSS of a bicycle valued
va $50 was reported by Oscar
Wiltshire of Bay Land, St.
- Michae). He reported that it was
removed from outside a house at
Cole’s Road, Carrington Village,
ednesday.
4 wn ORGE ROBERTS of the
© Salvation Army Hostel, Reed
‘Street, reported the loss of a
quantity of clothing valued $100
om a house at Alkins Road,
Carrington Village.
"AN ACCIDENT occurred on
5 Grange Road, St. Philip at
@bout 2.50 p.m. on Thursday be-
‘tween motor lorry M—1269,
» owned by Ralph Knight of Dash
© Road, Bank Hall and driven by
Alonza Taitt of Dr. Clarke’s Gap,
Bank Hall, and a motor car owned
and driven by Victor Jones, of
Old Post Office Road, St. George.
The radiator and right head-
lamp of the lorry, and the front
and rear left wheels of the car
were extensively damaged.
Jones and Mac Mahon, who was
\ @ passenger on the lorry, were
jured,




















CHLVIA BELGRAVE of Dayrells
Road reported the lg@ss of a
quantity of articles valued $16.72
from her residence recently.
COLLISION occurred at
Collins Road, St. Lucy, at
about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday be-
tween the motor lorry M—1458,
owned by Messrs. Perkins & Co.,
Ltd. Roebuck Street and driven
by Lawrence Williams of Passage
"Road, St. Michael, and the motor
“wan. E—73, owned and driven by
Gordon Humphrey of Boscobel, St.

The right front fender and
bumper of the van, and the right
front fender, bumper and head-
lamp of the lorry were damaged.

Victoria Bridge
Footpath Opened
For Safety Of Pedestrians

|

The six-foot wide footpath
over the Victoria Bridge was
opened for the first time on

Thursday.

The footpath was erected to
keep pedestrians off the roadway,
and so speed up the volume of
traffic over the bridge, and also
for the safety of pedestrians.
Some could be seen yesterday
Strolling carelessly over the
bridge without paying the slight-
est attention to the path.

ring the first five minutes
after midday, 35 pedestrians made
use of the footpath while 41
walked either on the left or right
of the roadway, which is now
Strictly for vehicles,

About three persons can cross

the footpath abreast, A light has
Placed at each end. These
illuminate both the bridge and
footpath. Both entrances to

@ path are cemented, while the

— over the water is of

A few yards away from the
Victoria Bridge — in Trafalgar
luare—a pavement is at present
being erected for passengers

ting from buses,

Tt will be about five feet wide
and will be built with a railing,
Which wil] brevent passengers
Who alight from buses, from

ne into the path of other
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PETITION GRANTED

IN THE Court of Ordinary yes-
I Y His Honour ‘the | Chiet
Uudge Sranted the petition of
Gaumonte nae of Ellerton, St,
George, or le ini -
sition ‘te ters of administra



the estate of his father
ng late of Ellerton, St.
Mn » deceased.
ar. Walwyn instructed by
; ts. Carrington & Sealy, Soli-
% Ht zeeared on behalf of the
PB Wills of the following were
, to probate, .
ie . Haynes, William
te. . que on Farnum,
en reaves, Miriam Jack-
ee (St. Michael); Eliza Phil-
Ps (St George); Samuel Arm-
g = Lucy).
application by Mr. L. E. R.
ne of Messrs. Cottle Catford &
9., Solicitors, for resealing the
te of the will of F’orence
9 Cooper late of Bath. Eng-
» Was franted,

What's on Today

Yacht Racing, Carlisle Bay,
at 2.30 pm.

Football at Kensington at
00 p.m

Bac

oe Ball at Modern High
School at 5.00 P.m,

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ormey in

sabe

This took

Mr. Worrell who is the son
of a Barbadian, was intro-
duced by the Solicitor General
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.

Mr. Reece said:

May it please Your Honour,
before the business of the day
begins, I ask leave to introduce to
this Honourable Court, Mr, C. T,
W. E. Worrell, Barrister-at-Law.

Mr. Worrell was a Trinidad
scholar and was called to the Bar
by the Honourable Society of
Gray’s Inn in the year 1916. On
his return to the West Indies, he
practised at the Bar of Trinidad
until he entered the service of the
Crown in that colony. Today he
is the First Crown Attorney in
the island of Trinidad, j

His ability and the manner in
which he has discharged his
duties both as a practitioner and
as Crown Attorney, gained for
him the respect and esteem of tha
Bar in Trinidad and indeed the
Bar of the entire West Indies.

He is a West Indian of whom
we can justly be proud, and it
can truly be said that he has
maintained the highest traditions
of the Bar,

We Barbadians take pride in
the fact that he is the son of a
Barbadian, and we would like to
think that part of his success is
attributable to the fact that he
has inherited from his father, the
native shrewdness with which
every Barbadian is blessed.

T have pleasure in asking Your
Honour to admit him as a mem-
ber of the Bar in Barbados,

Welcomed

His Honour said: Mr. Worrell,
we have known each other for
many a year now, and I for the
Bench welcome you to the Bar of
Barbados on your introduction by
the Learned Solicitor General,

T was unaware of the fact that
you really are half a Barbadian,
but that makes it all the more
fitting that you should be intro-
duced and admitted to the Bar of
this island.

I know that it is not your inten-
tion to practise in the Courts of
this island, but from now you are
entitled to do so and I wish you

luck,
The Reply
Mr. Worrell said: I thank Your
Honour exceedingly, and I should
like to assure my colleagues at the
Bar that I do not intend, for the
moment at any rate, to enter into
competition with them.

New Found
Way To End
Unemployment

The fear of widespread unem-
ployment, both actual and poten-
tial, is one that haunts many
governments and in the B.B.C’s
“Radio News Reel” Don Jamie-
son explained how it has been
tackled recently in Canada’s new
province of Newfoundland, Un-
employment there has been
caused by the failure of the fish-
ing industry in some areas and
decreased export of newsprint to
Great Britain. The Government
decided that men could not be
left to waste in indefinite idle-
ness, decaying in mind and body,

and sent out an appeal to all
Newfoundlanders to examine
their communities and determine
what could be done to better
them. Thousands of suggestions
poured in from every section of
the population. Many ideas for
communal betterment were of
great value and have been put
into practice. The unemployed

have rebuilt schools and beauti-
fied their grounds, made chil-
dren’s playgrounds on sites where
only mud and rubble were before,
resurfaced roads long since sur-
rendered to the rut and the pot-
hole, installed intereommunity
telephone circuits, cut and hauled
firewood for the old and_ sick,
repaired windows, houses, reno-
vated community water systems
and brought about hundreds oi
other much needed improvements.

The cost has been low for
under this unemployment scheme
the men work one day for nothing
and one day for which they are
paid by the government at exist-
ing rates. While the total pay
they take home each week is only
half what it weuld be if they were
normally employed it is, even so,
twice as much as it would be if
they received only unemployment
pay. By the end of the winter,
when regular sources of employ-
ment are again in being, the Gov-
ernment will have spent some-
thing like a million dollars, while
the good work accomplished will
be worth much more than that.
The project could not have suc-
ceeded in such admirable meas-
ure had it not been for thg co-
operation of the workers¥’who
have displayed a most admirable
community spirit. Newfound-
landers dislike taking Govern-
ment money without working for
it and this new scheme of self
help has enabled them to con-
tinue working and so avoid the
stigma which many of them feel
to be associated with outright
relief.



CAREENAGE—A
HIVE OF INDUSTRY

Lorries moving to and
waterfront workers and lorry
hands removing the sugar from
platform to lighters, the chopping
of heavy oars in water and vari-
ous other noises made the inner
basin of the Careenage a hive of
industry yesterday

At one time during the day,
some 39 lorries surrounded the
inner basin. Some of them were
being unloaded, while others were
just awaiting their turn to be rid
of their loads :

This rush in the shipping of
was made to complete the

fro,

sugar :
Inading of the two steamships
Queen Ann and Johilla. hich
re loading for London and Liver-
pool respective

Bot hig vere here fron
early this week and are exnecte
to leave ground the week-end
They are loading a total of 9,o0u

ions of sugar.



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‘a ISTERDAM” one of the pictures by artist Wm. VAN YPEREN, on view at today’s exhibition

at the Museum.



U.S. Market For | Decree Absolute
Local Woodwork |

Joiners Meet Today To Hear Scheme |

MR. RONALD TREE of St. James, who is a British;

resident of Barbados, thinks

that there is a market in the!

U.S.A. for items of furniture of a certain type manufactured
in mahogany and other choice woods, whereby much |
needed dollars may be earned for the island.

He is convinced that not only have we the materials for ;
producing these articles, but that Barbados also has the |

craftsmen, who, by encouragement and assistance, would be
capable of producing work of the high standard that would
be required by purchasers in

At this very moment, he is
looking for articles which are
likely to command a big market
in America, and which are suit-
able for production in Barbados.
Reports indicate that already
there are buyers in the U.S.A.
who are interested in seeing our
vroducts,

Joiners Meet To-day
Messrs. C. F. Harrison and Co.,

Ltd., are organising a scheme
whi h originated with Mr. Ronald
Tree and Mr, R. B. Moulder, Man-
ager of their furniture department
and responsible for the organising
and production end, who will be
introducing the scheme to joiners
at a meeting at the Combermere
School Hall this morning at 9
o'clock.

Mr. Moulder told the “Advocate”
yesterday that the primary ob-
ject of the scheme is to create an
outlet in the States for the wood-
working industry in Barbados, not
confining the production of furni-
ture to one or two firms only.

He said that the way to organise
the work was that Harrison’s |
workshop should fabricate parts
from their own stock of wood and
on their own machines, and issue
them to joiners for assembling and
finishing in their homes.



No Sawing, No Planing ;
In that way, they could be
sure that cured wood was used
and the joiner had the obvious
advantages of having no sawing
and planing to do himself, and
no money to expend on material.
Furthermore, he said that
joiners who did not possess jig-
saws or lathes, could still partic-
ipate in the scheme because the |
preliminary shaping would have
been done for them
When the work had been assem-
bled, it would be returned to thei
factory where staining, polishing }
and finishing would be carried out
by mechanical means, so that a
standard finish would be achieved.
If orders did materialise; it
would be a golden opportunity :



Barbados to build up an important
secondary industry, but the success
of the scheme depended entirely
on the joiners turning out accurate
work and keeping strictly to deliv-
ery dates.

This way of organising produc-
tion could be extended to the local
markets, because it would be a
simple matter for Harrison’s to get
out parts for chairs and tables,
keep them in stock and issue them
from time to time to joiners for
assembling and finishing.

Highest Standard

There was, however, one ex-
tremely important fact that
must always be borne in mind if
the scheme, once started, was to
continue in operation. The
standard of workmanship must
be of the highest and it must be
clearly understood that no work
would be accepted which did not
reach the standard required, and
no compensation would be paid
for work that was rejected.

It was therefore essential that
every joiner who wished to benefit
by the scheme. should be abso-
lutely certain that his workman-
ship was of the nighest standard
and he must, in every case, put
pride of workmanship above all
else, for the moment he allowed
monetary considerations be upper-
most in his mind, then his work
would suffer.

Mr. Moulder said that the pres-
ent furniture trade in the island
was still quite a good one. and
plenty of work was being done,
but now that they could not import
cheap hardwood chairs from
Canada, through lack of dollars,
there was the need for the local
production of cheaper furniture.

While the cost of imported lum-
ber remained high, there was no
way of achieving that unless
British Guiana could supply cheap |
and reliable lumber for this pur-
pose.



‘au sealing
*
Bible Society |
.
Meeting |
The, annual meeting of thej
Barbados Auxiliary of the British}

and Foreign Bible Society will be
held at the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday |

at

néxt, May 2nd ommencing 8.30
His Excellency the Governor

pre e, the hief speaker will

the Rev. J. Innes the
District Secretary and the meeting

will conclude with the Sound Film
The House of the Book.”



the United States.

IMPORTS —
YESTERDAY

About 1,400 loose coconuts, 800
loose and 3 packages of fresh
fruit, 24 cords of firewood, and
32 posts arrived here frem Domi-
nica by the Emeralda yesterday

Forty-four mules, i4 horses
and 14 donkeys were brought to
the island yesterday from Nevis
or the schooner E. M, Tannis.

Some of the animals were in
the hatch others on deck. They
were fed for the two and a half
days of the voyage on green
fodder, which had dried by thé
time the vessel reached port.

The rest of the Tannis’ cargo

consisted of 55 empty rum hogs-
head from St. Kitts,



Pronounced

HIS HONOUR the Chief Judge
in the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes, yesterday
pronounced decree absolute in
the suit of L. Gaskin (Petitioner)
and O. Gaskin (Respondent).

In this suit decree nisi was
pronounced on February 3, 1950.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solici-
tor General, instructed by Messrs.
Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors ap-
peared for the Petitioner

There was no order as to costs.

The Chief Judge also granted
decree nisi in the suit of M. T
Arthur (Petitioner) and L. C.
Arthur (Respondent).

The Court ordered that costs in
the lower scale be borne by th2
Respondent and that the two chil-
dren of the union be in the cus-
tody of the Petitioner

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed
by Messrs. G. L. W. Clarke & Co,
So'tcitors, appeared for the Peti-
tioner.



STOLE DRILL AND PECK

Harold labourer

Harvey a ol
no fixed place of abode was
brought before His Worship Mr
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Mr. William Van Yperen, a
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show of his work at the Museum
Which opens to-day, and closes on
9th May. The exhibition com-
prises water-colours of local scenes
as well as of Holland, Surinam,
British Guiana and Trinidad, and
gouaches, pencil drawings and oils
executed with painstaking skill.

The artist studied in Rotterdam,
and worked for a time in Holland.
He iater spent 20 years in France,
living in Paris, the South of
France and North Africa. During
that time he changed from an ex-
pressionist painter to a realist. He
returned to Holland two years be-
fore the outbreak of war, and
worked in Amsterdam painting out
of doors. For the duration of the
war he was in Amsterdam and
Rotterdam, where he painted
these bombed cities. During the
German occupation of Holland, no
artist was allowed to hold a pub-
lie exhibition of his works after
1941, but Mr. Van Yperen con-
tinued to paint out of doors, often
by night. In 1948, he left Hol-
land, he has since. been living and
working in Surinam, British Gui-
ana and Trinidad. He ‘is now en
route for Haiti and the United
States.

The artist has held many ex-
hibitions of his works, especially
in Paris and Amsterdam.



During his stay in the South of
France the artist met Miss Matti
Buchman, a sculptor, whom he
afterwards married in Amster-
dam. Miss Matti Buchman is
showing some examples of her
work at her husband's exhibition
She studied in Florence and Paris
and has held exhibitions of her



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work in Paris, Venice and Berlin. |
Whilst in Surinam, she completed |

for Mr, and Mrs. de la Fluente ;
memorial to their son, who was
killed in an air crash,



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ene wil re = on MONDAY ist May_<¢ Apply by letter to Ge Manager| received ‘and are on sale at the C ial Se 5 Cline Gin tad :
: ARET CLINTON who} â„¢ mises at ROCK HALL VW ILLAGE Knights Ltda 25 4.50 e n } a Sct (ee
% to Miss ee ixth birthday to-day | i ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land | formation Bureau at the Pier Hea raat ah ace tac ant ac —_ FOR COMFORT se
Ps corse blossom flower, | pa " wall building at present used as a| Young for our office Apply by The Advocate Stationery . eee. t
ey | » HOUSE—ATHLONE-on-Sea Fontabelle| 22, ,7°Om—Wh ch can easily be con-| letter in person. STANFIEL! i aca Ra ae oe Tee . a Bae
aad peo: in fullness From ist. Nay Contains two CASH into a nice residence. TERMS| SCOTT & Co., Ltd 25.4.50—t.f.1 Johnson's Stationery foes
| Fiats—-smaller of which has 3 b $ , She ieee uae de ee ee ole y ond
and eay- 29.4.50—1n v Wash basin, dieiibtivcren i SERVANT—Domestic Servant Apply Cole's Stationery - ° : te es
’ Gallery and all moderr | Dial 2947 ARCHER McKENZIE, Hamilton, Worthing View Gap Messrs. Roberts and Company LOS FOR SAFETY cane“
—————— « : i The ‘larger flat has ” See. 29.4.50-In S.P.c.K, = ty
—— sGrooms, ‘dining room, drawing room ee i 5 a
f Electric light, telept gata a oe [aPUEEREEeee PARTNER to invest three to four thou The price is 48c. er, COPY. 28.4.50.—2n
DIED ent instailed, serenek pauae nae hada oe nettuntions from the Commis: ~ | sand dollars in sound business: Reply . sil
bo __FRANCES IRENE. Last nigh | P.one Mrs. Cho eee | ft ae Le sell on MONDAY 1-:| P.E.K. C/o Advocate Advertising Dept
‘ miter essence Worthing view. Ths) |— 29.4.50—2n|2 p.m. the followings non nett) Inde 29.4.50—m APPLICATIONS are invited for the posi of Clerk at the Oistin’s
ate Qi Ladies | eens. |
funeral, lates @ for Worthing View| APARTMENT —One furnished apart tat sliver thas Cad eny ee Fe dang =
evening “hrist! Ment at Cc 8 e ‘ in ages : ; : :
2 bret ea wot sana are it sited. Si} er in a ‘ieee deat covarthing-on-Sea. | ° ) bieyele ees aaertty oe SITUATIONS VACANT f 2. The salary of the post, which is non-pensionable and ter-
; 7 en a Nataly, ahaa er " ce - ; * ; : + :
urn cometary, w, Esme Evelyn, \ 8134 Alma Lashley. ee gla| pd many other items of interest.| ASSISTANT FACTORY ENGINEER | minable by one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of
Barrow, Benjamin Evelyn 0—4n] “erms cash. c , si*uation vacant for Assistant Eng’nee: $480 x $48 -— $1,200 per annum
: one 29.4.50. | ; oe iy also Flut, facing sea ma DARCY A. SCOTT, esident at Roseau Factory, St. “cic ae 5 af
out astings, furnished from May is! Gov. Auctions qbplicant must have had at least 3 yeor 3. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- The New MORRIS Six is « car with a brilliant performance . . . due tots”
cere ‘PH NATHANIEL. His \ comforts, English baths with heat 28.4,50—3n ugar ctory experience, preferably | per; - wi ~ tuatt gic’. staves} is race
leave his late residency ers, telephones, verandahs, no | ore: amd be bebwaenstinecmes of 3 perience, together w ith COPIES « f testimonials, sh ould be addressed powerful overhead camshaft six-cylinder engine. It is a car of beautiful,
: otto. this eve evening for the Westbury | ” Seal 31.3-50-t-£.0 | REAL ESTATE aan on itr dell kee ome to the Director of Agriculture and will be accepted up to 4 p.m. on comfort . . . all seats are within the wheelbase and the deep
4 and friends ar« LT SUPP! Ss lor 5 . 5 > 5 9
4 cometer Relatives Be erase. , Upstairs fat with 3 bedrooms oa sa we ins. given. every ssar-| Monday, the 15th of May, 1950. 28.4.50.—2n. is resiliently sprung. It is a safe car . . . independent front”
; E water th Por NGAL at Nav ardens. S' t §
3 asked 1 Montel Bledman (wife), pa-'icuiare Dial nase For further coat ae 7 Gardens Stone ‘ \ peaaee paid for self and v ‘fe means excellent road-holding. Lockheed hydraulic brakes give positive
te Beryl ter, Joseph Nathaniel Cte nree Bedrooms} \pplicant must supply testimonial. an: ae
Rita cic) Staente--Wateon! 28.4.50—t.t.n. | yma All weodern, convenien- | ‘ate present salary and salary expected. } . ‘smooth stopping, wide clear vision gives full views of road and traffic, and:
, Ri ~ | oe Tui ees, lawns. A’ applications t i i
(cousin) . MAD ay” Reaear =| Clarke. Phone 4530: 8't oe oe io be adarese- io The | @ light sure steering gives complete control and reduces driving fatigue.’ In.
! turnist Mansion, full Oo 4p.m twoseau Co. Ltd., St. Lucia, B.W.I. | ,
| tusnis e i modern Soave +1. 4.50—-6n 23.4.50-Sn addition to all these features there is, of course, the traditional MORRIS
| . Te: Same BEACH VIEW vapsowrernensveanene craftsmanship which means reliability, long life and low upkeep costs. -
: OR SALE | ——. 29.4.50—20 | nd. “Grod Ser beenin® S08 Very cool FACTORY CHEMIST | © ty, long life
VI < Sea-bav4ing, 3 bedropms, Situation vacant for Su Factox » M ‘ ey ‘i ne
F months, JEW —Government Hill, fo teh 4 ree-Room_ujutairs, 3 rooms, | Chemist resident at Rosema. Factory. eAtasD aaalta ore
ei Hut _ July to October Apply F. aa cre and Gallery downstairs | St. Lacia, but also in charge of chemic: “ANZ LINF) The M.V. “Daerwood". will | i
eee 28.4.50—4r | oe z - cdi ; ye writing Address | control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Lucia S.S. “DEVON” is expected to ar- accept Cargo and Passengers for |
AUTOMOTIVE ~ HOUSE—Fulk luna ourne, Melbourne, Hastings. | about three miles distant | by motor] ‘ive at Trinidad from Australian ports St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada
A patent furnished house in firs 29.4.50—2n | ruad. Applicant must have had at. least} sbout 20th May, Aruba, date of sailing will be | |
CAR: Porta coma omer, | (OU. 8 bedrooms. 2 living rocige \lut.| | “CASVILLEY Navy Gardens Chis | ‘ng Sa™s, Eactory experience, preferabl:| S.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Port||! fiven i]
senger in good order.| om...” yA" + 2 living rooms, usuz - on y ardens, hris | more, and be between the ages of 25| ‘‘!rie April 29th, Adelaide May 5th, Mel-
By erice for quick Sale. Phone thee , From July Ist 1950 to January} Shh. Three bedroom. bimgalow | and 40 years, Partly furnished 5 |. orne, May 18th. Sydney, May 26th, Bris- The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept Hl
A 149. 28.4.50—Tn'| poy we outite for full particulars to ne on 8,241 sq. feet land. Can be bungalow supplied and 3 months long; )*™¢, June 7th, arriving at Trinidad Cargo ind Py ce for li
| x XX, C/o Advocate Co SS Ao) ye i Ny ie by appointment. | eave home given every 3 years with} ‘Pout 4th July, Barbados about July 9th. Dominica, Antigua, rvat, {|
he “CAR-One Hillman Car for $350. E.| 29.4 .50—2y a ierce. Phone 3348 or] essmges paid for self and wife. Appli These vessels have ample space for St; Kilte-Nevis, date. of. eailine. IVi
4 Bicycle Repairer, James St. HOUSF—“Russ-incUn ; 28.4.50—T™ | scnt must supply testimonials and state | “Milled, hard frozen and general cargo will be given "
Jordan 29.4. 50—2n Wridgstow: Ry o n-Urbe or —— ——— resent salary and. salary expected Cargo accepted on through bills of |
\ 1 wn From June 198 ) Large Storey Stone Applications to bi Aawessie The lading wit: tramshipment ai Trinidad |
a1 10 hp. 1946 Model $500.00 feel Villa Angela, next door Building with Shop and Bakery Resse Co Led st ery B wir » British Guiana, Barbados, Windward |
‘ CARFiat 1 ssion May 11th ts ‘ng on 1/2 acre land which is run ir f L , "98 4.50- & ae Islands.
2 Good running order, posses 29. 9 50—2n “LABOUR DD aa \ tenentry. Government water & Li ights adc For further particulars apply:— B.W.I. Schooner Owners’ |
Phone S754 - - | ae rong BLESS” —Arthur Seat, St om alled situate at Clapham Land, Flag a URNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTD Association (Ine.) |
ee keut Morris 8 H.P. is . . a odern residence, compris Staft Road, overlooking sea and countr: MISCELLANEOUS Agents Trinidad.
: CAR My i Aueis, to AL 8) tee Bfcrooms with Wash basins, draw | ;)o ct. Next to Highgate’s new tenan DA COSTA & CO. LTD., Tel. 4047,
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trees. Electric light 29.4.50: Jial 4100. 28.4.50—2n
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months, from middle or wolr Dated this 27th day of April 1950.
; ‘USED CARS & TRUCKS—At bargain moderate rent. Phone 365 5) U™* te» tee a. is mp of stone and con-|D. D. MORRIS Esq .
many mak‘ rae r x allery, rawing, dining, sitting Ag. Police Mag e “1m
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the 8th day of May, 1960, at 11 o'clock,

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wwallable.from stock $800.00, 4 cubic|/\ Peautiful imposing building over- Sioticitors
yards capacity—Courtesy Garage, D tended site of Blue Wate qi $0—12n
28.4.50—3n e aters Hotel. Newly _ Shi i alae fa -
#16. mets) with. “linen oy pa complete PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners OFFICIAL NOTICE | Naene: A ae Arrives Barbados particulars apply Ky Ri UNITED INVESTORS co.
; i an cutlery tudebaker | Hill consisting of double roofed hous S. “Alcoa P nt i ‘or St River Ports | ; : ; ae
FLECTRICAL Car if required. From May Ist for four | shed and kitchen together with 1 —— lB ARBADUS |s s deabreaut an hi ares Halif F | Hunte & Co., Ltd Dial LIMITED <=
——_— -. i ; months. For further particulars | of land Price $2000.00. The above can | IN THE ISTANT COURT of APPEAL i A Bai , ice River Port | 2 "tran 3) " aoe ,
FLECTRICAL, — Immersion Heaters | {PplY to owner, Phone 2787 of 8239 afte: | be purchased on terms, Half of the | (Equitable Jurisdiction) S.S. “Alcoa Puritan May 1st . Matin) a Insurance Underwriters” —
y rm your water for shaving 20.4.50—10n | amount must be ‘ ing CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS AND . 4611.
‘These will warm ) a a: Paid when purchas ng | ee Marhill Street
diy a jiffy. Droz: in and see them 7 things @ Jano, {Same. For further particulars ly t GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN bn pera } 26,4.50.—6 aaoanet
' John F. Hutson Limited t RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large} D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine ee at Plaintiffs Apply: DACOSTA & CO TD.—Can adian Servive } ™ “OVS n. City
, “ de 2 : ae c n eee —e , I y, é » a adian :
29.4.50—3n | PCTOOrs.- cores Stra beeeaee 2) Qo | dial 3743. aA tn | eS ONG: of iNew Yom Le ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service | \
ee 0—6 ey | refer
| Acting herein by ERNEST ed verenaicliiin ;
THE FOLLY on Sea, St. J fully |. || MOTTLEY her c od Att | — $< re
Y FURNITURE , ames, fully Ts undi a E her constituted Attorney
furnished. Linen if required. Preferabl ersigmed will offer for age to IN pursuance of an Order in this “ \
i FURNITURE —«1) Kitchen Cabinet & | ong term Apply Mrs, Manning. Te a oe Steen at 1 office James| Court in ahove actich made on nis | H ARRISON IN | | SPEC IALIST IN ‘HIGH GRADE PROPERTY wotee
hte Thence oF oy phone 91-09 28.4.50—3 ree r own, on iday the 12th' 22nd day of February 1950, I give notice /
Bim ae Aas Hector, Ge | moe ————" | Na, 180, at 2 Bom. 1 acre 2'Foods 6 2/°| fo atl persons having any esate,” Tih . L kK DIXON & BLADON —
oy ” on ,) |
“WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, _| perches of land at Maxwell, near Top| or interest in or any lien incumbrance none
| NEOUS months of May, Tune. na etiilee Oot ae ek 8 land whici | effecting All that certain piec oon Poe | JOHN M. BLADON conta
U. Apply: Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-| 5 on the public roa as a frontare of land situate at Fairfield in ne | RE IST : Gis. T NE a none RVEYOR ee
MCELLANEOUS ear eres 20.4.50-—-mn_ | 98 feet, and faces the bungalow recently | P-rish of Saint Michael in. this Tsland OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: | EAL, ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONSS u naian =
BABY'S CARRY-COT—Englisi made, | —————=—= ae by ae M. L. Harrison conte oe See oe | Phone 4640 Plantations Building.
Inge size Cream American cloth, padded | or further particulars and condition eS ne rousand — re red ape)? Due ai
tress. As new, $12.00 BE: ’ ~ r Ypres | Of sale apply to nine square feet be the same more o |
eae Pai GR gl Naat PURLEC WO Ticks HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, ore, SNES Se oneness ane Lee Vessel From Leaves 3arbados |
. Leacock 8322. 25.4,.50—3n. i Solicitors, € 6 Plantation. ca the Public Roa sO > ‘ . ” 7 9
BS ee meee NOTICE bis ial James Street.} (icq Fairfield Rbad aforesaid and on| SS. “RIVERCREST London 7th April 29th cy For
| BRAD & GO-CART in good con- cea the public road called Wavell avenue o | S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool 19th April Ist ay r yard eis
t ion can be seen at Mrs. M. G. Adams, ee ee ee wee | however Ilse the same may butt 3a. STA ” 3r ay 17th May | '
- Culloden Rd., Ci.viston Gap. PARISH OF 8T. PETER _LAND—1480 sq. ft. of land with} bound Daina Besous “aan Bk acca) ee LORD GLADSTONE London 3rd Ma th
2 yer M 0th M
29.4.50—2n{ Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians} Chattel dwellinghouse thereon, situate| of their said claims with their witnesses, | S.S. “ADVISER Liverpool Oth May rere | “ ,
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse | #! the corner of Wellington Street, a1 uments and vouchers, to be examined} $.S, “TEMPLE ARCH” London 10th Ma) 29th May
y qi : ;
FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson | capable of taking charge of Midwifery; ‘ine Street, Bridgetown, ; by me on any Tuesday, or Frida be- , Ce | You have to go far to beat our Prices
parable Forest Green Sun Proot | cases. _Inspection on application to t een the hours o (noon) and HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
$ 0 White and colours, special . lary $55.0 per month. ‘ Tena Mrs. Florence Linton } the after a00n, t the Office
fimers, distempers Paints $6.84 gin. Applicants must present themselves he property will be set up for sal of tt ‘lerk of the Assistant rt < ann _ ™ oses i Jarbados r y
; $3.59 gin. They are Here. with Birth Certificate and credentials to} by Public Competition at our Offic: Appe the Court House Br ED pea ie a rie Vessel “ For iene Barbados r LD CENT RAL EMPORIUM
D \ BARNES & Co., Ltd. the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,” | James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday | before the 3rd day of May 1950, in order | 5,8. “ATLANTIAN London ith M
25.4,50—13n/ St. Peter on or before April 29th up to] 4th May 1950 at 2 p.m. that such claims may be ranked ac-1$.S, “COMEDIAN” Liverpool 10th May Bioad = Stre
10 a.m YEARWOOD & BOYCE ding to the nature and priority there j bt .
i ON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iro: Signed G. S. CORBIN, Solicitors i See ore Oran eee Pane For further particulars < y
9 a. vil > precl Yr yenefit o articulars apply to
é windows complete with shutters. Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, 29.4.50—5r ill be precluded from the benefi of | I P 2S nF
@ft x 4ft. Suitable for garage or 22.4.50—9n a ri » said Decree, and be deprived of ali | i, - =
» Enquire Gardiner Austin’s Build- “ALCOTT’—Situate at the Stream Chadian eee eae Beoe id DA COSTA & co., LTD—Agents. 1 F \VOURITES OF THE WEEK . sha yh et
ee Fieptations Ltd. Broad NOTICE OF TRADE MARK Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236] jst attend the said Court on Wednes- | 1 i ino - * _— <
ne "496. BEE be eho ae Feet of land, with right of way jay the 3rd day of May 1950, at 10] - : - me For MEN: Ma Sa0s
25.3.0" ‘ ‘oO orthing Beach. o'clock a.m. when their said claim ee I= = Sasa as LEATHER SOLE S.i0&S (Black or Brown).......
OSQUITO NETS, Wall Mirror, Rugs ean Jpe jhouse contains gallery, drawing | \ iil be ranked. sd 1) WI Hi ) ror LADIES :— atune
a ’ SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED of nd ining rocm, three bedroom: Given under my hand this 22nd day dL Ate 7aA7 I ‘ Pt) a R F J
7 oo Woolfe, Moments, he ey Densom Lane, Hull, Yorkshire, Dngland.| Pantry, kitchen and usual out-offices.} ot February 1950. tKS BARBADOS CHORAL Qt] Sh NEW ARRIY ALS I} em PL ata M CALIFORNIANS (White or Black) . $6.70 (
4 > ke 4 "| hereby give notice:—that they are the| Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard I. V. GILKES. + on SOCIETY ( {{ . : { i} For G . {
: PAINTS—1.C.1. Special offer Gloss Proprietors of the DELMA word trade] _ Inspection on application to the tenant Ae. Clerk of the Assistant Court o ; {| 59) (Dow Caace, ‘ sds, Si { BALLERI NAS (Black or Red) Sizes: 10-—2 . ~$ 1.65
Al per’ ¢: atte nies Pa a mark in respect of “Face Creams (being Mrs. Watkins every day (excep Appeal 28.2.50—Sn ( Practices will | be resumed at {i 1))) i Dow ie as i) | { THE SHOPS WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES FARTHER !
A. BARNES & C Lid, Toilet Preparations)"; that the trade| Sundays) between the hours of 3 and eee the Cathedral Church House as (1) {\t)
aa es 25 4.50—13n | Mark is usually impressed or otherwise 6 cg na nt yi Tuesday, 9th as os HHH} ) “NEWSAM & co. \)))
720" “| displayed on the packages containing above will be set up for sale at +. p.m. 29.4.50—I1n \ 1 ))"
SAND—Genuine Land Sand, can be| ‘he g00ds; that the trade mark is regis- public competition at our Office in Lucas OFFICIAL SALE ia i ee ek y ) } THE BRIVISA #1 SHOE CO., LTD. }
any part of the island. Cor tered in the Register of Trade Marks i on Friday the 5th of May 1950 at 3ARBADOS ee
y fi a i > i p.m. oa . .
D, Mahon, Belleplaine, . parew. ot oe ee atiin ere tas Weacte Wnaies CARRINGTON & SEALY IN THE ASSISTANT COURT of APPEAL] ) <== = a SE
oe 7 ; | (Equitable Jurisdifiion) j x re
Journal dated 26th May, 1920. Solicitors “Y i \ ORIEN il AL 3 s 3
TOYS—Herrison’s Toy Dept. has just} All persons are hereby warned agbinst 28.4.50—7n See ecie CEATINGH Ais tor For MARL, SAND, a 4 SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.
da men: z the infringement of the said trade mark oF i ——— ee
der cement of rubber rotate ry Bisig nigger yi Seer ry All THAT certain messuage or store! soma toNG of New Youn ntfs GARDEN MOULD, GOODS !! FSS —— FEF PLES DDD D FFL L
beautiful marbles at very reasonable } The Trade Mark is a trade mark known as ao 46 moawuck Street stand- ? : "Defendan' { ~~ 9® .
« Drop in, won't you? It's always} Within the meaning of Section 16 (1) (ay ing on a gs te of land The Acting herein by ERNEST DEIGHTON and LIME } CURIOS JEWELLERY }
rie pa : at Al nf 1896) PUilding has been recently remodelled , ‘ aan } 5s, Jk “ 4 ,
ving a visit to C. F of the Merchandise Marks Act c Ey , MOTTLEY her constituted Atioryvey {i S ae i.
arison & Co. 27.4.50—3n. | of the Island of Barbados. and renovated. Inspection on ayplica-| “NOTICE is hereby given that b§ virtue Dial 4503 | BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
——__—_—_——. | SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED. | ton to the undersigned. of an Order of the Assistant Court of uf SANDAL IVORY, ETC
WARE — E.P.N.S. Cake forks and wy eubae eaettlane ie for a Appeal dated the 22nd day of February | Vsss= Ui
F Vv : 6 titic é our office, 50 thes ill be s for sale to hee) r :
onable, Bt ant ey tee NOTICE Tames Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 9S) eae at ine’ Office of the Clerk ) THANI BROS.
n Lane, 29.4.50—2n. Re Estate af 12th May 1950, at 2 p.m. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the | . }
4.5 ; Sourt House, Bridgetown, between the ‘RE HERE! |
ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR YEARWOOD & BOYCE ave 5 bet
nours of 12 (ncsa) and 2 o’clock in tne
(Deceased) Solicitors. afternoon on Friday the fifth (5) day of The handy little PORTA
EDUCATIONAI NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN that al. 29.4.50—12n| May 1950. All that certain piece or BLE ; s
. | ate ‘attendee = . = Ovens for use over >, Hy. Street
persons having any debt or claims against parcel of land situate at Fairfield Road sas Boil Pr. Wm. y. ‘
— the Estate of Ellen Agusta Seymour de By public competition at our office,} in the parish of Saint Michael in this 5 ° gress mg wen Dial 3466 |
‘ ——- Iceased, late of Mason Hall Street, in| 17 High St., on Thursday 11 May, at| Island containing by admeasuremen Th wen ae nave ©. the Sank . a |
) MALVERN ACADEMY the Parish of Saint Michael in this Js- 2 p.m, the dwellinghouse of two storeys twenty four thousand four hundred and hey're ee Wee you | o
| Jand who died in Barbados on the rc} comprising public rooms, two bedrooms,| fifty nine square feet be the same more we than rr ian . ik ore ae if
EDENVILLE Guy of February 1940 are requested | kitehen, bath etc. with shop attached,| or ‘eas abutting and bounding on lands for that individual dish.,,..... Ree net ia)
PSIDE send in particulars of their claims du | standing on 2094 sq. ft. of land in] now or late of one Kirton on lands | The Price ........ $5. 82. | a)
Be it rem on runs (is, aM HARK? | Roce oo on ue Road | Gracies Bonin amie feta || setaem ai soar Cue Show || V(hpiction Goines 6 |
at'9.30 a.m. New pupils will) tames on or before the 8th day of May Cra peeing . eee coed ba ss the public road called Wavell avenue or | FOO. a0 \ } |
lewed on Monday Ist May at 1950 after which date I shall pro-| 4n4 conditions of ale from. COTTLE however else the same may butt and





ha tive and I will not ei a sum not less than £229, 3
j Acme J i j for the assets or any part thereof! © Se se ge oo omveniences, near) “Dated this 22nd day of February 1960
‘ i y | COO distributed to any person of whose de ach and bus. Low land rent. In- T. V. GILKES,



am, saath ; ; é as sal re : LE he said | ——— - |
i" ceed to distribute the assets of = | CATFORD & CO bound, And if nat then sold the said | = i Readin R om t
| FLL ere 2n deceased among the parties ere = 29.4.50--11n| Property will be i up eerie et eo SS (
pian + |thereio, having regard only to such| ‘ 2 a every succeeding Friday be _
claims of which I shall eng 8 eae “REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.| *®™¢ hours until the sanve io sold for ¢ NOTICE i 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS j
e liable 1 te:
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i ~ Hour: : 10 am—2 p.m.
have had spection on premises at any time or “i Jerk of the Assistant Court of tt 4 t
EP. YM.c.A. prvroup sramer |%,claim 1 shall not then have Phone Owner at 3183, 28.4,50—n.| Aor en Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
ig Re-opens Tuesday 9th May, 1950.] And all persons indebted to the sais 28.2.50—Sn. This is to Notify my Fridays, |
€ Exam Monday ist 10 a.m. festate are requested to settle their in- EVANTON Clients that 10 a.m.—12 o'clock
ce Fee $1.00. debtedness without delay. 3 Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church i Saturdays.
5 BE WISE s ¥ ren t this 8th day of March 19 (Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Half ° .
end your child Dated iy °.9
! individual attention is given, GLADSTONE F. BOWEN Acre. A delightful new modern Resi- - “ 9 Marie's Beaut Parlour 4t this Room the Bible and
jal evening Classes) Qualified executers of the Estate of | dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large (iettin Married y the Christian Science text-book,
JOSEPH N. SHEPHERD, ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR, deceased. | lounge, Dining room, modern’ kitchen, ) mae ( scien: aod Heaith wita Key to
| . 9.3.50—4n.} Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A . rf f the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
Headmaster . fa fi AFTER THE KING will be closed from ree
29.4.50—2n. ees came shales @ HM Wo if Lopes é May ist to 16th inclusive. BDDY -_s pe reed. borrowed, »
a Pe Ta ee IQUOR LICENSE Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
h HARRISON COLLEGE on un of Jas. co ‘due he Two ae eee ‘Price £4,500 or 29.4 50.—3n IVY RYAN. \ g Visitors Are Welcome 4
% Co. Ltd. of McGregor Stree y, for | nearest, further particulars apply: .4,50.—3n,
. Next term at Harrison College permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,| Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley aD EE GD G&S
pil begin on Tuesday the 2nd May, 1950,] &c., at a 3-storey wall building in] Phone 4653-8402. 25.4. 50—3n. SS >"
am, and thi 3 McGregor Street, City. ames - SSS
MO for the entist day. | Dated this ath ey of Aceit 1008 i WE ARE OFFERING ...
E. M. MALONE, rn. D MORRIS, - .
Secretary, overnite’ Body, Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Mak Selec HILL'S BADMINTON &
: Harrison College Signed C. W. STOUTE, essure ’ y t e y our lions 4 |
g : jon Oe ergiucation, for eS on
26.4,50—2n application will e con- is : THING
~ sidered at a Liemaing Court to | K i omen we from these
’ e Court, District “A”, on NEW AND OTHER MONEY-
- QUEEN Ss COLLEGE ee eae ~ May, 1950, at 11 o'clock t Twice as many women as men MAKERS will enjoy buy! the
the d ° er from High Biood Pressure, which ‘ 3 ying
‘The an is a mysterious disease that starts | Long Service, Style and Comfort Slabs of Bacon |
next term at ° 1 ORRIS v
Queen's College wi D. D. M Bs about the time of Change of Lite and | i these New or Renewed Sliced Bacon cs
on Tuesday t i |
a.m, he 2nd May, 1950, a Police Magistrate, Dist A is the real cause of much heart trouble | MAHOGANY or Cedar, Birch, Tins Sausages, small %
Se _ Ty will be iq 29.4.50—In and later on of parsly tie siroken. Com- | Deal or Fir things- 4 » Sausages, 12 oz.
————————————— mon symptoms of Hig Pres- | » Cocktail 1lb. tins
D. E. M. MALONE, sure are: Nervousness, headaches at Morris Streamlined or si aigty- { oc . ee : a i !
Secretar ” hy Macaroni and Cheese
zy, Governing Body, SONAL top and back of head and above eyes, lined Furniture—Tub and other . Hams
tment of Eq ore: Caleage PER pressure in head, dizziness, short Caned or upholstered Setters, { Prunes
Rentiqn, breath, pains in heart, palpitation, | 2. ae - Sas ;
April, 1956 poor sleep, loss of memory and energy, |) Rockers, Arm or Upright Chairs Loose Raisins per ib. }
26.4.50—2n cas hereby warned against | easily excited, fear and worry. If you | | ture—Venities, Tein and seperate | " mnt per Ib.
——_ “he public are her : uffer any of these symptoms, don't | / “he , i the pni- Tins Tomatoes “
Living eredit to my wife INEZ STRAKER delay treatment a single 48°, becaune |})) Bedsteads and Beds in 4 sizes » Tomato Juice 8
meant by obtaining orders | see Beckles) of be cory Bovey Me your lige may be in aanger. Noxee I} etn Kitchen and Gallery » Fruit Salad % C. CARLTGN BROWNE Lower Broad St.
vate mond Gap, ie ‘orme , arnitu
friends oS an eee ; a eka Gin be reeponsible for het! medica! discover;’, reduces High Blood | }}) v % SMOKING MIXTURE
. Write today for be autitut tree | ¢ e else contracting any debt Pressure with the fret done, takes ai{{ Ler US SEE YOU EARLY y i T & SAMPSO g : ‘ Bridgetown
e ‘ ‘ ‘ t written | heavy load off ‘he heart, and makes ? » ee ‘ ’
: ik to Britain's largest ang | debts in Rage. 4 peeve unless by © you feel years younger in a few days. | })) s } 2 ’ AT REDUC ED PRICE :
} & Publishers; highest commission ex signee OME, A. STRAKEP Get Noxco from your chemist today. | }) Je ))) LTD. (|! Wholesale & Retail Druggist Barb :
us money making opportunity a C/o C.S.â„¢ It is guaranteed to make you feel ft [ Vreet i ae { Hexdiquerters for Best Rum * 136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813 arbados.
4 Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victor! Cnmen 1 and strong or money back, | ,
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W.I. Team Draws Spartan Routs!

Second Match

WEST INDIES XI 219 for 5 wkts, Dec.
CONFERENCE XI 107 for 9 wkts.

KINGSTON, Surrey, April 28,

THE WEST INDIES practice match against a Club
Cricket Conterence team was drawn here to-day, the Con-
ference scoring 107 for 9 wickets in reply to the West Indies
declared total of 219 for 5.

Jett Stollmeyer captained-the W.I. side in the absence
of John Goddard, who is suffering from a cold. A good
crowd of many hundreds, including scores of schoolboys,
came to see the tourists. The weather at mid-day was

threatening though the sun was trying to break through.
——_————-s The West Indies cleclared their

Yacht Club Seth wer Cee ties Te their one.
Regatta Today





day match with the Club Cricket
Conference XI here The Cluv
Cricket were left 14f minutes to
pass the score

vant ety y es After lunch the West Indies
Rainbow’, 'Gnat Promising continued io play steadily. Hot
sunshine during the interval

Thirty-nine yachts will take
part in the Seventh Regatta ot
ine Royal Barbados Yacht Club,
which will be held at the Aquatic

changed conditions in favour otf
the bowlers, who caused Stoll-
meyer to bat with some caution.
Once ?Â¥@ was struck im the face.

5 sagen Rees :
Stpected ‘that some good sailing , Trestrail scored freely before
will be seen if weather conditions being well caught behind tne
are favourabk wicket at 66. His 40 occupied just
Since the 1950 season began, 0’€ ®&D hour, and ineluded one
there have been good performan x and three fours.
ces Dermot Bynoe's Rainbow Stollmeyer was next to go, being
in the ‘D’ Cla with three wins, caught at mid-on after batting
has scored the most victories so sedately for 95 minutes for his
far, but on the other hand Teddy 43, which included three four





Hoad’s Gnat, skippered by his Weekes gave a sparkling display,
son George, which sails in the hitting six fours in his 41 in 50
Intermediate Class, gave the most minutes, when the innings was
consistent performance, scoring declared

fae ee ning second on At tea Christiani was not-out
tw OCCcast ‘|

Other id performances are by " ° e
Pedy Wond's H Clase boat Fans” Ramadhin Bags 5
tasy, with two wins to its credit; The wiles of Sonny Ramadhin
Owen Burke’s Resolute in the #24 Alfred Valentine were too
same Class wid skippered by much for the Club players, for the
Hammond Burke with two wins two bowlers turned the ball con-
and a third; and Gerald Nicholls’ siderably and always had the
Rogue in the ‘C’ Class, also batsmen worried. Ramachin came
with two wins and a third ‘o its out with 5 wickets for only 28
credit runs, while Valentine took 3 for

The Results ae,

The result o far are: I-6 Many hundreds of pectator
Eagle two seconds: 1-8 Skippy one gsaw the match, which was played
econd: 1-9 Dauntless two thirds;"in cold weather, and they were
D-8 Peter Pan one win; I-7 Mo-gsyell entertained by the perform-
hawh one win and one third, (Mo- nees of the touring team. Wher
hawk capsized after scoring itsfithey were batting, the West Indie
only wer); D-10 Van Thorndyke took some time to settle down,
a first, seconc and third; B-481e 14 once they were accustomed
Fantasy two wins; I-2 Invader one in thn - witeh 4 the ‘4 wind
win and third; D-12 Rainbow 7 patch and We | CO. we
three wins: B-7 Moyra Blair onc they produced entertaining erick-
win and two thirds; B-8 Rascal ®t five of the seven who batted
two ‘seconds and one third; I-12 P@ssing 40
Dawn one win, B-3 War Cloud In Selding the West Indies did
one second, (War Cloud was ‘B’ as weil as could be expected con-

c ass wi » ast yer . a > a
lass winner | ear); C-8 Pegyy gidering the weather. Their hand

Nan one win; 1-18 Clytie one sec : J

ond and two thirds: B-9 Okapi were numbed by th bitter wind

two seconds: I-4 Coruetia one win and this was the cause of some

D-2 Imp two seconds and on misfielding Their bowlers,

third; D-7 Sinbad two seconds and however, kept a good length, and

one third: D-9 Olive Blossom one did not allow the Club batsmen

third; I-1 Gnat two wins and two any liberties

seconds; C-2 Scamp three seconds

JO nhs idk ie lis ; w. I. 18ST INNINGS

D-3 Rais bird first, second and 4. Rae b. Smith ;

third; C-1 Astra one win and a_ J, Stolimeyer c Pollinger b Walker 43

second, (Astra winner of the K. Trestrat! c Downton b Polling: 40

CW’ OL ry. . E. Weekes c Pettinger b Walker 4
” st ver ;

C’ Class last year); C-11 Magwin R) Ghristiani_not out 49

one win and two thirds; B-J G. Gomez b Pollinger 43

Gipsy a second and third; B-2 C. B Williams not out 2

Extra idecid’ for 5

Resolute two wins and a third; B-5 whe: 9

Mischief one win and a third; C-4
Hi Ho one second: C-5 Wizard Il
two thirds; C-7 Rogue two wins
and a third; C-10 Gannet one win

Total for (5 wkts,)
Fall of wickets: 1 for 1, 2 for 66, 3 for
115, 4 for 148, 5 for 217
CONFERENCE 18T INNINGS



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Y.M.P.C. 4-0

Spartan defeated Y.M.P.C.
4—-0, when they met yesterday
in a Second Division football
fixture at Queen’s Park. Two of

these were scored by Spartan’s
right winger, Austin, while Git-
tens and Trotman netted one each.
Spartan at once went on the
offensive. and after 10 minutes
of play, opened their score, when
Trotman headed a high one into
the goal. Y.M.P.C. now pressed
the game, but were soon, two
down, when Austin, beat ther
custodian Archer with a “lob’’.

The Park team now kad the
game in their favour, and soon
increased their lead. after Gittens
scored from a pass which came
from the right wing.

In the second half, the ball

was kept in midfield for a con-
siderab'e time, with Y.M.P.C
eceasicnally attacking their op-
ponents’ goal. Play was however
transferred to their own area,
thus forcing them to defend.
Sayers at full back kept off the
attackers.

About six minutes before “time
call”, Austin, after beating his
way through to the goal, easily
placed the ball into the nets, to

register the fourth goal for his
team.

The teams were:

Vue. Ca: Archer, Sayers,
Nock, Hazel, Bourne, Drayton,

Austin, Skinner, Hall, Ingram,
and Edghill.

Spartan: Atkins, Gibbons, Ban-
field, Brathwaite, Morris, Camp-
bell, Austin, Trotman, Gittens,

Reece and Jemmott.

THIRD DIVISION
FOOTBALL

Empire defeated Everton 3—2 ina
Third Division foctball matcn at
Bank Hall yesterday evening. All
the goals were scored in the sec-
ond half

Empire opened the
five minutes after the interval
Everton quickly equalized



core about

Cable and Wireless gained a
victory over Notre Dame, defeating
them 1---0

Pickwick won two goals to one
from Carlton at Kensington, also

in a Third Division match



Friendly Football

Trial Game

THE first of a series of trial
matches for the selection of a
team of the above Association to
be entered in the B.A.F.A.
Knock-Out Competition will be
nlavyed to-morrow at the Shell
grounds.

Following are the teams: —

A—White Shirts: Goal: S. Daniel
(Cults); Backs: R. Denny (Ran-
gers); G. Branker (Westerners) ;
Halj-Backs: E. McCollin (Reeds
United), S. Rudder (Capt.) (Tam-
brose); A. Trotman (Penrode);

Forwards: L. Fowler (St. Mary's
Old Boys), Someone (Wavell



Sports Club), R. Massiah (Colts)
C. Browne (St. Mary's Old Boys);
J. Smith (Tamrose).

B. Team Coloured Shirts:
Goal: J. Thompson (Maple);
Backs: T. Waithe (Penrode), C
Warner (Colts), Half Backs: C.
Phillip (Penrode), H. Clarke
(Capt) (Penrode); E& Denny

(Rangers), Forwards: F. Carter

(St. Matthew’s Old Boys); C,.
Yearwood (Rangers), C. Chand-
ler (Colts), O. Asgill (Maple); H.
William (Penrode), F Hall

(Wavell Sports Club),
Play will start at 4.45 p.m., and

Mi ©. Graham will be the
Reteree

Linesmen Messrs. E. Clarke
and F. E. Hinds,



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PracticeShoot Today
There will be a practice of the
B.R.A. at the Government Riile
Range to-day at 1 p.m,

This will be the last practic.
before the qualifying shoot for
the Frontenac Trophy which

takes place on 6th May.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun rises: 5.44 a.m,
Sun sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (full) May 2.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m
High Water: 1.99 a.m
p.m,



1.47

YESTERDAY
(Codrington) nil.
yester-

Rainfall
Total for month to
day: 99 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F,
Temperature (Min) 74.0°F

Wind direction (9 a.m.) E,
(3 pm) E,

Wind velocity 17 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.959,

(3 pum.) 29.888.
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE S\T\ RDAV APRn. W.I. Team DraWS Spartan Routs Second Match YM PC t ? WEST INDIES XI 219 for 5 wkts. Dec CONFERENCE XI 107 for 9 wkts. KINGSTON. Surrey. April 28. THI WEST INDIES practice match against Cricket Conici ference scoring 107 fat 0 wic fa atg in reply to the West Indies declared total of 219 for 5. Jolt iioilmeyer captained the W.I side in the absence of John Goddard. who is suffering from a cold. A good crowd of mans hundreds, including scores of schoolboys. came to see the tourists The weal-helay was M tun wa* trving to break through. West Indies ileelaredthen inning at iw tm D day match with fhc Club Crtcktl Conference XI herf OrMaM wr.-c laM lefl %  pats the wor* After lunch the West IndaM continued to play steadily. Hoi Minntrw nurinf the Interval changed conditions in favour ot ,si\l Stoll%  Yacht Club Regatta Today Rainbow', Gnat Promising TtnrtT-mna yacMi a part in the Seventh Regatta od ..I Barbados Yacht I 1 oared hiaat) viill be aeeri .1 M(h eeeidrtlon* %  ms Dfrinot Byno. in the haa scored U %  J iicirm wall caught behind the arkM iii Ki it : ii fours. .., caught at miaM H 43, which include*! t.r vr :i ".pdrkln son G< Ike X i;,,u;,.lh,n ka I gwV much for the club players, for the win* ball eoneel. 1 %  • %  Y.u. II Mai.' on N Clans, alao with • The ICeMill* M i %  H Ithey %  A. t India <<• -r down. %  led V M PC. %  football tixluie at Queen's Hark Two of Spartan'? light winj 1 rolman netted one each. .it once went on the ...... i>ned their seorr. when Trotman headed a high eat '"'-'' the goal Y M P C now pressed soon twi down when Austin, beat the r Arrher with a "Irrb" Thr Park team now bad the HAM in I*"*ir favour, and soon scored fret Inch anv %  half, the bau time, with Y M P C their op%  : %  '.u area. %  nig them to defend. Sayers at full back kept off the attackers. About six mil. call". Austin. ftT 11 wav through 1pieced the ball into u%  I for his team. The teams %  v ht.P.i Austin, Skinner, Hall, i nd Bd| %  %  A1e, Brathw.nt. I %  id Jemmott. THIRD DIVISION FOOTBALL Empire i Third Division %  I five linn It ion quid n • n \ .. Da %  I 0 %  t K in .i Ti ll I urn u %  Kascal i i i 3 War Cload % %  as 'B' %  %  %  %  in BaUini -.iic watt la .ies did •-eathei Then tunn Nan one win; Mil Wlll( one third; D-9 OUee Blotei ' oesswien %  %  -in* %  Hesoltifr tWl Mischu ( one win and s tin Hi Ih erd ;/ and i' I %  M i i-r nnrmoi I, nfl I. w. I)onl.in li Pultun I C B teaaW fattl fur r oxiuii i i<" i. l m S fur ll ( UNVI in NCI 1ST IN* 1 B.(;'SC.I>.\\. Awards 7 %  %  %  Scholarships BarfcadH yi ". Oafteaaeavswet) 8e*' wen i %  i> w i J J .'. %  .. %  %  %  i Oradu%  %  %  %  ship i R U kiHurc II dUri Joiw* It., SOl % %  • B.B.I. Iladiii rh^ftBBt nm N %  i %  %  I l m m %  U"tMMU. I %  %  I n ii i IMUM oi%  i %  '%  %  i . i % %  i I %  lirhiivl Tin Ton if hi 1" From Th MlltiruU I* |:> i H Ml" 111 3d naast Ttiinai. IO .< %  Friendly Football Trial Gune THI ii %  %  %  ocUtion to the B.A.F.A. arnock-Oul ConraetWon will be I --morrow at the Shell Ifrw u ndi follow] : S Daniel (Quits); Baeki H Dmy (RanB anKei W< E M ,.t ) (Tami.,,,s, i A TtMtrn.in (Piimi.lv); 1 Powlei (81 alarj i : Masaiah (Ceithi Kg] | "id Boys); %  it i, in Coloured BMrl I (;,nii .1 Thompson (Maple); Waithi [Penrodel C jf %  He %  I Phillipi K %  pti Penrodi B Dennj K Carter news Old : i Ranfers), C rh.md1,., (Colti i <> Aaglll (MMiie): n. i F awn Club). • H p.m.. and Mi o Oraham will be I Clarae I I Hind*. PracUceShootTodai ll be a araetii rovernment Riii' Tin D a it i p.in iins win 1Mthe laal aracti I 11 shy win.' ,. on 6th Mav. Tar Waalhar TO-DAT Nllll IIS. s I 14 II, -.mi lata i, 11 p in. M i ,i"H May S. I i.Mint .!• pm Hull .l.i I '1 ., in I C l> ,,. rum NMI K4111MII (I odriiiitloiii in, I.I.I (ur niuulli It. '.- %  1,4, M III.. 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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qcudb QaUinq This -Hospital* has a lure for ail Patients >yHFJR MAJEST. M. and Queen, if efrcumsl permit, are to attend the celebrations In June next year ol ti.e centenary of the (/our* of Glasgow L'nivw*it> The actual oate ot the celebra'... %  i. but (he velebrath be held from June 19th I It i* hoped to have torch parades from four centres connecu | the history of the University and from veals oi ancient learningone front the village of >> near JexJburgh, where the % % %  of the Vhiventitj. Huhop Tumbull. was boraanother from lona J third from Movillt. tn In the home of St FW Christian teachei. md tin from Candida CBM. %  -%  horn, where ST HJnLan taught To Be Married To-Day M ri MILL KNUV.LES. son C Mia. K Ku i-im iieach, Hastings. Li |*d this afternoon in (;< town B.G. at St Andrew > | Church to Miss Flo Strang. —ugnter of Mrs. Florence Ol UCOTBtOwn. Mr KAOWk a Sugar Agronomist of Booker Bros an Demerara Mis* apeni some of her school Barbados at Codringtoii BflM the Cut merchants U"ii ti'ien thev're "liuv 'olei in OrfoM %  | Here On Holiday M M ETHEL GRAHAM, sister of the Matron of the Barbados Hospital is in Barbados slaying MaM Graham U stress of the Girls' School iKua and is here on holiday due to leave for St Lucia today and will be returning to 'Vntigua on May 3rd. Pudding and Souse M l: PaffltM HOWLL1. Proprietor Casuarina Club reports that there Black pudding and souse included on his menu tomorrow bag. This Is. of course, a famous Barbadian Sunday morning ltd it i* good to see thai is endeavouring to cater to local tastes. It Is to be hoped that he haenough In stock Returning Shortly M R. J. Redhead, Magistralof Antigua who was here foi FRUIT HARDEST the Civil Service Conference, left In the week by the Lady for Grenada on a visit two sons wh'> school there. He was staying at ,-Sea". The Hand •xpoeti I in Barbados in about Profile bonsrrt Arriving lo-Day fjpHI REMAIN MiUn .... whose rollinc beias to (wed with "" rr4 *raw Frati Juatll gas am *• I wnlllaerr Vrrattoa. fcl raauV >m SawSaUlrd "> %  *•"* '•• ,n ,tM ,n: t'.n'1't LiMn f**4' S#"*r*. left, no case 10 conatdered to be bevood curing. iT^cted by a beds or of nursing Was* %  'it. by %  Ad her ffiend. L*dy Rather::.ues was thai ot modellir agreed to mend a toy lr a child %  dren'a hospiul. she did -.ot realise that she had laid the n stone of a "hospital -oo:i more rnved tor treatment, and. today, two basement r„onw house a flourish^ Often the toys arrivt In such a battered coodtOt would appear to be hopeless. One -,n. indeed, was so dirty and -.roken that the staff felt that they could do nothing with it. But he mother of the child that wned it. begged them to try. TO -cr little girl in bed with tuberulosis. the doll was so precious that she could not bear to be pui ted with it. The doll wa* %  ml back to her. as clean and %  a new pin. re sent to the hospital frum many parts of the world. %  such distnr, 1 Jainaaea. he leavini n 1 1! by the is on long They are due to am on Sunday and will shortly for England "Goliilo." Mr. Knowles leave. Regular Visitor M ISS Rosemary Arrl once again in Barbados A regular visitor here, she > couple of weeks ago accompanied %  %  in.Golf Club Captain M R AND Mi J K K staying for fheir Barbados holiday. On Hit Way Home S pur**, io Ml yesterday. He an tved limiiiau DJ 11 W 1 A Trafflg anu Sale?, rv; T.C.A., he was one \ employees to visit U as priui to laol of bifjet hi* katt vlttt to iUibados, %  Aiuoa i uue to tCave tor Canada tnia morning looking lor. '. going hunif altl long absence. Arriving This Morning M K AM) MRS IV PRA 1 %  to to ar i by S..S II going bon long leave. H %  Perfect Wicket W l %  %  %  CROSSWORD %  ; i \ Y 1 • %  Ta 1 9 1 r i r GLOBE I IILV \RT1-T OF < ;| %  %| \\ll CONTINUING 'i Ol K \M •OHO M-G-M'sBIG'MUSICAl ,n .fc, b TECHNICOLOR l Por this u* ou moat thins ou: to* answer * r v liosi ol told one* ar* inside 10 P. dealer* In slang tni* meanmoney. (3| IL found to church, thsaua at liable. IS) 12 Her*, tor onoB roa ha** acc;K* k lc*>p and team. 34 However %  tnmll It's so island 141 26 Epiihet for a rormar beauty ii> Down I In* Dird oaa il Delore Ui* tarnji'i can grow it. (4) i Mayb* a snail cumpaoy to u.< Beat but a small oak to ua. (Si i. A broaen 01* 14) i, Don't aisuo, you can gat a seal in KISM landa. (4) S. United and lh*y may an die. (Ui a A aort uf oall |wu'U Ond. (ft) i. wimi %  bred ID thl* win com* oui in in* Oe'U.. (3) is. Character* ol promla*. (3| 14 To oaa on* Is a method of v.,t minority. (6) IS. uuatum itarted by America, (ft) 18Tip top nj u> upset tn* shop. 14) 11 la 11M noiio Uey play With UU* wooden ban. (4) a Nut ut nora*. (4) ;u its a iambi*. (3) JO wnm tor-'T* of court they ar* not refrwlilnj (4i U. inla til* may ilv*. id) ..(lor, or vfiTi.|i i.i.ur —A(r*u I.ut 1') Arp11. a**H I'.-" AaotfDML. r: %. Onlf*. |1 \ *•' BY THE WA1 GENE KELLY • *& r t FRANK SINATRA S BETTY G^RRETT ANN MILLER. / JULES MUNSHIN* 5^ a VERA-ELLEN^ \ X ON THE TOWN IT T ll I MM I !"•! W lta Mi U >IJ' I IgntBl BO! prr.mli. Ihnr \.\KIIIV T X G E SHOW locMhrr with rTRONI POWBI mil SOIMA 'lit XKER In 'MABIE AMOISKTTf Krrp Hour I I III M I"i lhr>r -how. i. >i.u mi> "in Iimp)rnt.-iil..r. lor ollr ftat and CHM ol Jrffrpy. H.*rr EMPIRE NOW NEW MUSIC! /V£H'MA6IC!/Vf'TW£S... of th world's greatest onfar f riwrl Hy Beachcomber all whli In vlara of the above. I am a all the members are bellrait disturbed by the dr.. %  .lied to me an amuM'. | Journallati 11 %  up a commit'.lived In Wiitslm. a „. „ ol lll(1 i^. c „ l( t pI]I ; lar family. To keep In trainil oshan* th, .nd a pej| l,., lB| on his knees and al%  Drum* oj .%<•(/ .untn.m,/ iek to . of uore I wot a ofibed ol i of bells i: at it. shaking the roof i %  echoing. I new maid p head In ring?" H OTEIJi and restaui-nts are Ml ^ho "" are expected here th. %  any guest is ttafal bowing to the ground, .nd CsVfTing a large jug of Iced %  %  | Mi^ssanus long in o one h .. rk without : A man who demon%  %  A Sidney Buchman Production PARKS BARBARA HALE cftiijM LARRY Ownaitsl • Ooium Goahnn ^^-L.hChBl LOW .MMMMM. McComwk Slum • i. SIDNEY BUCHMAN PLAZA proudly presents .. [orsrii l'i •>•!), If t'nmj Hi/. \,i t t.tl drink Iced water whenever he pleases while a mere Englishman win. wants has to adjust his thirst to .. Mn. kvzliutuh l'i.>i> %  / H O, i of seesoi'' coftKuliinu hour aoliklli n and think O PFI1 j %  man with his OfDasm UM buttonspringless braces or not. : %  nmiess. I • Ill II is \ to sruooi BOYS SHOES %  TAN ** BLACK 5.23 to 6.40 T0BRALC0 in NAVY >nd ROYAL IMITATION 140 LINENS IN ALI SCHOOL COLOURS 86 and .94 EXCERCISE BOOKS, INKS. PENS, NIBS, PAINT BOXES Etc. All. AT M\\ IMIM IS Will li If IDS IliliW in -.1 MlAV VUO AND H.30 P.M. : h THE CLUTCHING HAND \ t K \U. Kt VM lt\ lUKH.l.K h> Arthur B. Reeve I a u ring : AM ; T1VE — Ruth Mix Shelling and others U rn thriller BOD CATHY DOWNS la •PANHANDLE" OEARSSlUFrY WEsss^ SAIL HP AY. APItn. 2,, ASMVATfC TH B €IXEMA1^Z?; MIIIMI TOD.XV AT SM P.M ^T, TONIGHT TO TIF.SIHV NIGHT AT 1U BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO in KEEP EM FLYHA RAV A E K£2S L ,KIE E D, *j ii\\n\4TO-M<.HT I mil 4 a-m. CASUARINA CLUB ST. LAWHIM I TEL IM ioimo\\ SFA BATH1NC K PUDDING antl SOUSE l From loon Miookrr jml Blllurds Mrmbrn, only IIOVAI. Worlhings TO-D^Y 5 -nil I 30 AND ('.NT! .' M G M Vrm sttf Prc^tiu • -COMMAND DE( ISIilN SUrnii* t'laikr OaflU 'HIN9UN John HOOIAK BtUn DONLEVY Chaile* BICXFOBD EMl'IIIK TO-DAY 4 *S -uid B.30 wul CONTWUINO J0I.S0N SINGS AGAIN' Starrtna: L*rr* PARKS— Barbara HA1X'Aiili.ii„ DEMERI8T HOW Ti>-n.\Y TO MOM 4 4 & I It M c; M I'menli %  RolM-il TAYLOR—John IIODtAK In • mm with Arlm. DAHL-Dun TAYLOR You'vr IM-.II-II IIIHHII I!II l.'i.iu Suurrn>•• you van *** ill.in % % %  Columbia Arliwu I'. %  .kill Nil i.il . HH*£R-0tIN& roti/ews$WAL. THRtUS! To-Wight CLUB MORGAN JEFFREYS ALL STAR FLOOR with i i \> it., uosiitmm and his Trinidad Artists U I .\ I U A > C I. I IM.. lhII Show AND MAYBE WIN ONE OF THE 000R TOB Dial 4000 for dinner reservaliom. EVANS AND BROAD STREET You can add new charm nd feminine auraction to your beauty. Learn the neo< An of Make-Upas perfected by Mm View Hollyuood Sc^cr.l Daily Classes. Personal iaMMCDOO. You'll receive your own individual color hjrmoin make-up chart ...FREE ffoluriiifi: a,arM-BI*.R"<-K'<' i J 0 I %  .hi %  • Cocrtci for >our lolonng You'll tain aboui it il* l„„ r i.'.>..—'" um ART SCHOOL OF MAKE-Uf... AT C \\ I SHEPHERD & CO. I commc,.,,, WEDNESDAY 3rd My at 9.30 .m. and 2 P*



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.vtr.nAV. \PR" 1930 BARBADOS Al)VO(\TI PACE SKVBN CLASSIFIED ADS. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS FOR REVr j,^ MOSSOI". nri • w,<, friends ." a*tea*l *hi" iiilornuKlon. Bledman IwlfSI, Joes*) : MaUui % %  %  4 %  ; NO ALOW. also Rat. fauna — „„' *v furnished SSTC %  '^ ***bnonea, verandahs. Talc Ml Bl.lt SALES 'UCTKJK !" !" ". *ffiHP* v %  5rrIfn.I."S CK 'AS 10 perch,. *v \ vru> ARCHER McKENTtE. Auctioneer. %  a a m Mootel IOR SAM UJTOWTIVE %  _ible Coupe f PHMIUJOT In good **> I for quick Sale Phoni "CAS-O" HlUnu.i JjnU.. a-tr** "' %  '' I, for f3M J M %  H i .-. I >an-J le well Kept Morrie 8 HP. ,2tZc* L-10 *-PPl A. iiiiigi Mount Stendfaat, St. Jin "" %  ••^ 27 4 SB Jn C*a_HUlm 10 II. P jjiMlir P**** reasonable. UP. Good ll.n-.-_ mtt 1.4.50-Jn M|D ENGINE: One V-S Ford cngm %  at radiator in good condition, axl Si g**Rrtng-gr-. and Pi' SI pnu Enquire Auto Tyre Con from 1st May ___ 3 M J "w TMHlculara dial * ktOMCBO .' >i in to s p.i m BIPPORD CHASSIS. SSiD"! Ml< W.4.50-3., tjgB) CARS A TRUCKS—At Iwriain B —. tDtfii mskr* vie Phone 34U SuAill r *%  -— %  n.4.50-4n CHAN;CAL 71TKWH1TRRS-Two (2 *cood ln:* •^iwilWk-i mtuble lor tuiuon. -pp..HTktStnn Bay Rum Co 29. SO ST. ^ ^ !" 2LJl !" ft,ml-, "^'ooi; i'n an modem convnUnM. OM i n If-tiime. ONE UAROE HOUSE and AMnm SJMT %  I wr nc **u" furnlahM M*lM0T. JJ. 4 .. MR Strr, tl | nil m. !>..„. m DtalBI rnonu. To,,,,. B,^ or 4131 !" 29 t M~Z<\ KVDSAl'LIC TIPPING BODY ^ MRBMI "om aiotK MM 00. 4 ...., ,.-.y Gaiaae. 1)1..: a£CTRICAL KLSCTR1CA1. InaMffHo Their Mil '-' n jifly Drof in and MI FURNITURE ruiMttHr: |i U Apply The Hector) Ch a ."I I .' MCELLANEOUS BABYS CARRY -C< rp> Me O—m American cloi da >M VeMrrv PltMr Fkni for pU>-pii>. iMcock (U33. U.4.M—3n • % %  OWDLf i GO ART in iiood con•Sje can tr w.. .y :AT.1 ti Adam*, CfBtfer, Re OD Gap. N.4 M>-In FDCIST PARTTS-Braiidrain Hendenon BaMparab;' : lun liooi RnSTUNI White and colour* •peciat %  rlMn. itmempen Patnle M M |ln. Manpei U M 8 ln. They .re Her*. BARNES A Co Ltd. .4 r*-Un aOi r(AlL WINDOWSS,. •I windows i*n w ,,. Inqulrr Oarfl o t p>-i!f }• DlaUom Ltd. Broai AM or Phone ** R0SQV1TO /arrs. W*II Minor. Run* . Rn Woo.'i 1 %  1 r_.i„ FAINTS i C I Sptdal offer Glow 13 41 pec aallon. Come Mid et NR. A BARNES t Co.. Lid RRSIDCtNCE of Mr. P c S Maffel I'kin*T flockley R-v nr.t to Ik. EL .nided .lie oi niue Water* Hoiel N*wK SSfVS!?!rul 1 '"""•"> completr Jh linen and cutlery. Studebkr CM If required From My lit for fo M : LO MX months. For furlh., i-ppiv TO owner, phone J787 of m ^i*,. _^ ..-ltn Telephone 37TI between 1.30 a m. and 4.00 p.m. 36 4 SO—On f PJIT r^s is" ih ' p.m. th* following:-one r|i IMIIC* ~** !" ; • %  '" hcown loati-er run l 'hair, and kex JIIKUKI or.. (reie. one. ( |i %  d many oUwr |Um ^ *rm caah. D'ARO" A SCOTT. Oo*. Aucl-on — _. aSA.fift-an REAL E STATE 1 NOALOR .. %  N • %  jucir-j. Thrco Dedroami unrtinjwater All modet%  %  IT 4 50—n HELP %  IMHMMMI DBBRSW %  letter m>., SCOTT A Co Ltd 5S SO—I f i Appl* 1M G4P * ihre* to four thou m Ki'pf n| I>ept ; %  * Ri > tue Scv,rv ,oo !LH^ : l-: 11 3 nW'*-"* otlM and Tea-Room UiuUIn 3 loom* %  %  AfUn-fl %  %  | M n Garden.. CM "** %  bewroom bunulo %  S c*n b"• bl -Hiouilmmt \ Plerrr. Phone !Mt m nildlriB % % % %  > %  A Ughlland. H.„ %  %  4 SO—3n m *.nchen. out office, etc. A] J04 so-an %  UEUUTi %  Road. St. Michael, ''eundlnji' .,. *)uare feel of land The houae la built of von* and con?% b, ?S ta ; ."*"" %  P"""?Kitchen, balk oo, -uin. 4 hedMl upelalre day lexcrpi Sundajti 10 i and 9 The above will be ^i Competltlr-• L'waa Street. up for ule to _*mdeown on Friday 149S at 3 p CAUUMUTOM SCALY M.4 50-Ltn Lili -'^^ ol doubl roo '"' **. hed ..nd Kl^hen immhrr 4 land. Price nooo 00 The bve can purehaacd ,. n ternHalf of the .mown niuai be paid when pureha:ni( %  %  %  For further parttrulan apply to Ar.v \. scon, Maaalne I, !" d1 -' %  "• %  ir.*.ao-4n i SITUATIONS VACANT v-.--.VVT FACTORY INGTNmBR .ruatton ywcant for AaalaUnt Erui'nee %  ld-t at Roaeeu Factor^ -tPHiant mtaat have had at lean 1 r.rSuRar Factory espertancf. prvferabV %  'ore. and b twtween the aCea of ^d 40 year*. Partly rurnlahed I reo iTvcalow auppliad and 3 meWh. L.. '%  e honw n*en every thrre ] -at >.ih paaaaa-ea paid for wlf and fe ti.plio.nl mua auppiy teetunoni-:. .> %  .-.ie preaent .alary and aalarr *ap-twd M.i.i.oa*—. to u laaVeana to i.„ i'-aeami Co Kd St. Lucia. B W 1 SM %  3n lAtTORT CRIMMT Sltuajtion vacant for Suaar Cbenuat rewdant at Roeeem St I^icia. but also In rhartc ontrol ,t Cul d* Sac Factory. St. Lueii >b.nit three nvllea dlMant by motor tuad Applicant mud have had ai loaai %  • FMasn M .vr!e.,. (araalSnMi more, and he between the a*-ee of BI nd 40 raan PMtb (uniiahed 3 rooi bunaralow luppltoj and .t montha RaH •av* home (Ivan ovary 9 yenra wttri I aaacoa paid for aeaf and wtf*. Appllnt muat mpply teatinumiab and tat. "eeanl salary and *alar% \l>pllcationa to be addreestd to fhloaaau Co. Lid.. St. laicU, B.W.I ^l SB ,.OVKH>>ii \r NOTICES. 'al 4100 M4.S0-2n APPLICATKN of C3erk Rt U Fish Market. The IRISJ . minable by one months noUei $W0 x $48 — $U0O per .tnnum. 3. ApplicaUoi. periencc. tofttbi to the Lnreetor of Agriculture | Monday, the 15:h OR PERFORMANCE... FOR COMFORT... FOR SAFETY SHIPPING NOTICES The New MORRIS Sis ia a tar with a brilliant parfonnaace ., doe to ka powerful orerhead tamekeit aizvea fU view, of road and IraSk, mi light anre ataering givca compWte control and redueta drrring latirae. la addition t* all theee featnrca UMre ia, W couraa, the traditional MUHRIS fraftamanaaip which mean* reuabilitT, Una life and low upkeep coats. MUMMt 1,1 i si n 'I l .D I l\r I IMIIFIt %  • %  I IV .s H -rMVON'' ta expected to arTrintdad from A.-MiaLian poita IT IiIEPPT. I April th. Adelaide M. ie. May IffJune Tiiv. % %  .Hi pee* %  TrmidJl 4th July. Rnrbado* ahoul The vewe:. have ample rpacr for hilled, hard fro/en and renea Careo accepted on through bill, .f I 'acina wtli tranahipment m Trlnlda.1 I RriiUh Guiana, llarbadok eewnrd l.landa. further pattlculara appl] VRNESB wrniY A COMPANY, LTD Agenii Tlintdad DA COSTA A CO LTD.. Agent. Barbados. The M V "CaarRfhl > %  i %  %  Kstti It.U.i. S.liotiiicr tn -i Asaoelalion (Im-.i S White I i.irton In good Han oni •VMJ ——*vVl it a"l p\^l 119 rt Swe^M^SsI IL 6 1 ^\ •' eat^^^M^iS SRfi^-'^--... BSsi r-i i M -:. So*. St Jamea. fully furnlahed Ijnrn It required Prvler..bi long lertn_ Apply Ml, Manning. Telephone 91-W M .4 SO—an I "WINRLOW". Bathaheba. for the ontha of May. June and November pptri Mr. W T. Gnodi.. %  • *-; Thomat 30.4 5tv Jn IM III M -Ol I4>S NOTICE rAUkD or BT. FETBR W.ntod ^y the Pooi '.tw OuSfd for the AlrnehouM a fully qualllled Nurac % %  king chaige of Midwifei> SaUr>*4S.n> per month. ApplicunU muat preacnt themaelve* h Birth reiiiiie*'.ms aradantloN aa ! %  P.MO at hia realdance "Rowvill*.' 1 Peter on or before April Krth up to Signal G S. < MIIMIN. Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, D.4.50-*r NOTICE OF TRADE DELMA MARK % %  IAKD-. **"T>-Gfn U lne lanfl Sand, can be ^**0 • part of the liland Cn ". —*on. Balleplalnc, Ri Andrr 24.50-an Wrs-Kwriaon'i Toy Dcpl ha* lu.' nr.a diipmeni of rubber dolla and Jkahuiat aquo^di u well %  aaauuful inrbl.,i %  op in. wont sou' II •Mle paying * Co. H 4.30—3li R.PN.S. Cake forka and I raaee ..( .i x each Price* KXrxr Yearwo.-i M.4.SO—In BRCCATIONAI. MALVERN ACADEMY KDKNYII l I CHEAPS4TJC %  jchool .111 „^ l)tfn „, TU1SDAV. %  a at ft a a in New pui jaaniea-od on Monday IS ;r. PIUIUUCTS i.iMiiui maom Lane. Hull. Yorkshire. :>glai, i . iney are the .prielora of the TRBLMA word trad •i-irk in rarpact of "Face, Craaani (bring Toilet Praparallorai)''; that the trad mark la usually lmpraaaed or otherwla-.> d:*playad on the parkagca conlslning He poodai that the trade mark la raglatciad In the RagWUr of Trad* Mark!'. Grant RrlUUi under No. aSSStS In CUaa 41 advertieed In the Tend* Mark i..led Mth May. 1MB All persona are hereby warned nghlltai the iruVijigwnant of the said trade mark in the Island of Barbasloe. The Trade Mark la a trade mags •.iihin the meanin/ of SecUon 16 (!) 'a. ol the MarchantUac Marks Act of 1R ol the Uland ol Rarbadoa .i NNYTJAUB I'liouutis UBIITSD * Unify HiKh Silimil % V M C A PINFOI J> STRXCT ^aaa ua TuensaB SUi May. ItSO %  am Monday let 10 am. a^_> e il •Z^ 1 ^ M WISE -end your children %  e maividual atlentlon is given. 'Ooauaeniai evening Claatesi. losrjni N Mi.j'iii.i.iv HendnuaUr 4.(10an HARRISON COLLEGE ^Jl?l_^ ww %  Harrtaon Collegs %  "•an MI Tuesday the 2nd Ma*. 1*-' _• % %  . and naa-aaAaa Rt Mf the entlrl day OEM M ALONE. •Reaaarr, naasajngasj h.,i>. - of Edu,J!' rrl 0nT;W *aru. ItSO SI 4 SOIn NOTICE tDeeraacd) %  RaTJjSaail lilVEN that al i SM !..! %  nig -J.J del.I -. claRBsl aSBJaM the F IB after which date I ahaU proreed to distribute the asrata of diceaaed among the paxtie hrreui. having regard only to eocr laima of which T shall than. haV" Bl be liabl. tor iha a.arts or any port thereof %  dutiitauted to any parson ol ho*e rle nt claim 1 ahaU not then have had And all perwna indents*! to thr *i i.Ute are requeatad to Mtlle thsir in deblednsNw without daMay Dated thU Mi day of M^jL.t'i aLADSTONX F BOWXN %  HJatTA SEYMOl %'S jS M in WEENS COLLEGE aa s_: "f* "• •ehool will be i 1 %  fas the asuu. day w %  M MAI.ONF MRtasaRw, naiwBaiis Body, aaau ^ **'"'' M I.SO2u Jy •an.eo B] .i.mr.'j orda-"5B, ,, *a Chrtatanaa Cards Iron -." 1~" "• Prertoua esperleni "_ %  *"* loday for beautiful fr— a Rrltalna Uraart and B hJjihaat commission aaadrtng eppart unity Ca Dept W Vicwm > %  wRfesa, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Of J*l %  %  .' % % %  %  %  ,., rrmlaason to aril Rptrtls. Malt Uquo. i a-atorry wall building 1 Daaed this Bth dm of Apt IM Msgislnste. '* %  s,g.d C W STOUTE. for A i .ppl.raUon wlU be con %  U Sth da, of May. I". D D. MOJBRIS Poltce Usajtri"!*. OJ."' Pfr.llSO.%a1•>* public .r* Mr*F wun *?. ,'fiSr' -,vu crrilt lo my lto !" *S R -*n4 O.P. Mlekari. %  •'•'?• *U nol hcJd m>ll tt~lbl. I— I .„u.,r. .1mmMW • 0,1AM In MO W. UBIM. by n WTUMa M 4 ~X TfrH ui-lenlgried will cdRq ibiic compatltlon at thdr office Jsm.. .. . ld" owu on Friday "ie 12th Maplffso. aisp.m. 1 acre I perches of land at Maxwell, neat T, KOCk %  ? hHM .r hUreh TMs lnd wh„! l OB ihe public road has a front.-,-. -OS fee*, .-.nd faces the bungalow recent 1limt by Mr. M. I. Harrlaon For further particular* and %  MUTCHLNSON A, PANFTJXD. tWDeneta, n.3s_tR. *"* %  IANT> 1400 aq ft. ,,( bmd WlU Chattsl .'-..*-.ima-hoisae Iher* ;.l the comer of Well 1 Ins Street, rhldffrtown. Inspection o,, application to thTenant, Mrs. Flsrencs Union The property will be act up for aai< tVmpetlUon at our Oflk.James Slreei. Hridgetowii. on Thurada4th May ISM it 2 p.m. VKARWOOD A i Solicitors 2S.4.W—Si •ALCOTT'—Stniaga at the Sir Road. Christ Church, standing on ITJM Square Feet of land, with right of wa\ Vaaasjajg (M L The house con tains gallery, drawing three brdroi.ii.. % %  snlry, kitchen and usual out-offler* ilarge and servants' rooms in the yard Inepectlon on application to the tenan: Mr.. Watfclns every a.. Sundayai between the hours of J and S p.m. The above will he set up for aale *| public competition ..i Street on Friday the Sth of May 1*50 at I !> %  CAJUUNGTON A SBA1.Y. BBUI tta i 28 4 50—?.. %  s No 40 Rocbb STSS aq. fl. %  uildlng l | %  ird renovated tion to the undcrngnrd The property will be set by public comiH 1 pert, Brldretow n. ilth Mao1BB0. at I p H. uuage oi .tore Btrae* Rsaag of land The h r., lodasaid ip lor i ">D Bt BOYCE %  i n -: % %  II High Si on Thursday II May, at -. 2HB4 *o It Twerdslde Road and Mum. i %  %  • ROtT HAVDV Smstll house, all c beach and bus. Low spec lion on premlae—r al SUB land PI .1 tfcaaa ,,r SB 4 90—Sn. EVANTON Situated on Top Roc*. Chrisl Church Next to YeovUtoni on roughly H\l Acre. A sVellghtful now nudatn Its.I eence. baring three Bsdroom. a large lounge, Dsaung room, modern kitchen Two fully tiled Rath and Toilet. A choice of a fourth bodrooi become* Lounga^Dining room. Outside. Two Servant* Quarter*. ToUel and Bath. Two Car Oarnge. Prloe C4A00 or nasu-ast. For further parUcuiara apply Ralpli A Rssjd. Hardwood Alter Phone 4SBS-aaOS. | UQUOR LICENCE NOTICE The iippluwUon of FJisc Trotman aao of IUOO. saaJ aa %  %  ,, pssR ,>i Begassp CTufc St Michael, for perW Uquor License at bottom floor of a a-atorry wall nd \ ...den building In Baxters Rid. City iTth day of April 19*0. iRflUS, ia*j eg Magistrate. DM "A" Signed LUflB TROTMA". Applii • da applH-aUon will be to be held .".OB Mono,.. • Rib day of May. IBS*, ai D. D. MORRIS %  OFFICIAL NOTICE 1 J.|IAl>s IN I III \--l-. S I ( Mil .1 IIIMI lEqultable Juriadfe %  %  .l\!> UBWJPIRBY R ALTON VIJ IN % %  Pefcndanl %  %  %  rn iv .i %  ^ ... he above action made m 22nd day ol Fdirunry 1BB0. %  ..in . ..,., . Porting All that certain l>uol land -'"i %  iMh of Saint Michael h) c, 'taming by ndmenaurei %  u ur thouaand four hundred aiul lift be the -ame mor 1 ; %  laUon on it" p i -e-1 Fill" I %  I he a* heir -mid datum with their Of 11 %  Appeal at ihe Chii-1 %  %  %  list thi Claimant* ww also %  la) IBM. ^'ctork a.m *RM .had .ler my band this 2Jnd day IN* : As? Clerk of th< *Hs*tJ TheMew MORRIS Six If MM ROYAL t.\ll\(.i: i III Duttibutor. Phone 4504 Mr. I", .IS.IOI YOU CAN HAVE YOUR I WtS INSritEO By applyinK lo ... nigh Blood Pressure Men & Women sn %  f 1st* askS tee of mwc K ftssart tawasbBs and later on of par.. %  imin aymptoma of High Blood Proasure are Neivouaneao. h.adai hea at top and back of head and above eyea. pressure In head -i,illness, abort bream, pairs In heart, palpitation, poor aleep. ;--.a of memory and energy. easily exclt.d. fear and worry If yon delay trrainie.il a single da-, becaasks your lire may t* in Saag->e *wt up (or sale lo the ,II >ti the Office ol ihe AasUl Court ILouar, BndgMlown. b. hour* of 12 Iru -ni and ) o'clock in tne .rerimnn on Friday the fifth May IBM All that certain piece or narra) of land situate at Fairfleld H*. n the poruh of Ball ' %  inlrut by odme*urarnan twenty four thnuaniKl four hundred .Old I |Li.ue feet be (he si ••:ng nnd buundlng on lands n Lint, of <;rasettea PlanUtson on the died P*ur*k*U Roas] -'" : %  e rood called Wi< • BM 'h* anme m. hound And If not then fold thr said hour* J i rkatsd thi* 22nd da lILKBat, Ag Clei -. Appenl <.IS,IUall






' Saturday

a" Darbados ye
ELGIUM WILL HAVE “CARETAKER KING”

Liberals Agree To

Price: oe
/FIVE CENTS
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2,000 DOCKERS BACK

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eter eeessteenenseeesinntanesesisiaenpestsh ihren i pee
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) TO WORK TO-DAY L ld’s R

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| Leopold's neturn
LONDON, April 28,

ABOUT wet om oy men cn unofficial strike in

| London docks decided at a mass open air meeting to-day r

/ ke tos r £to ay | “ e ry

/ to return to work to-morrow. > 2 7

| Only 20 voted against the resolution, passed after Kyskens Likely i Oo

. ions’ speakers had appealed to the men to end the
ten-day-old stoppage.

Form New Government

BRUSSELS, April 28.

IBERALS, holding the key to the six-week-oli|

~ Cabinet crisis, to-day agreed to King Leopold’s}
compromise solution to solve the nation’s constitu-/

The meeting shouted down Ted
Dickens, one of the three men

G dd ‘d ! over whose expulsion from the
0 oO ar | Transport and General Workers

Union, the unofficial Port Work-
Has C Id ers Committee called the dockers
A out on strike on Wednesday

of
last week.



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LONDON, April 28, | To-day’s résolution said: “Real- tional deadlock by temporarily delegating his pre-jj
West Indies touring cricket team] ising that no further sc!ution can rogative to his 19-year-old son, Crown Prince Bau-|}
have two new casualties. be found to this strike by un- a

douin, The Liberal Party’s general assembly, which?
| held a four and a half hour meeting to-day, also
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Roy Marshall is suffering from official action, we recommend re-
les and is comfortable in| turn to work by 8 a.m. Saturday”
es and John ee =a strike, which| SKIPPER JOHN GODDARD of the West Indies team was prevented from playing yesterday by a cold. He is
ain, has a severe | +@ r Minister G saacs| Sick the innings which we one » KEN TRE ri } ay MARS&I3
j , the sap fie dine a savers) labelled See ston - in the innings which was opened by KEN TRESTRAIL with a chot of measles ROY
| played in a one-day practice game] SPired,” started on Wednesday ot
t Club Cricket Conference | ‘ast week over the expulsion from } \
at Kingston today, but decided te the transport and general work- delay These two points were included

| stay in bed to help a quick! ers union of three men for the Trt ] MM N | j 1. “ ri a sf : | *in an ‘order of the day” passed by}
= « eal part in last summer’s unofficial l'rieste Of oO NIS '~ NOT Tl 3 il ‘ ‘ a : i y a Oe k
| Marshall complained of not} dock strike L . lal and Gets' P ‘of ( urie abst member voted
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the last to join the list of the
MARSHALL, Trestrail’s room mate follower:



urged that the outgoing Catholic-Liberal Coalition |
Government of retiring Premier Gaston Eyskens|j

while CLYDE WALCOTT like his skipper is nursing only a cold. TRESTRAII hould it: iar office without further|}
should resume its regular o ; further}

w well again, and der strating | fitne
with some delightful batting = MOREE Ete is







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alned but no
' feeling too well during the two-, Canadian seamen’s dgspute i ; te " . | | gainst. The demand for the r¢
_ day practice match at Eastbourne, More than half the total port mpor ance A ] A > | Y Y ointment of M. Eyskens ot
and measles was diagnosed on labour force was on strike And ~ | * ue¢ n | Gets the Sack eg Aig wag
Wednesday, when he was taken Pasay 70 ships were idle. SAYS TITO 7 ee o n to Premier- a"
fo hospital. Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s | ™ ' AFTER ] shin N 60etand a6 /n8 ~
P . Res tad : RPT (42 . ‘yy ; P : April 28 ney minis on d n
Ken Trestrail, the first member} Cabinet drafted troops to thé BELGRADE, April 28. | Owe Allegiance To Foreign Power te: | The Fret pron Cine oe the Lit
of the party to contract measles, docks on Monday and more have Marshal Tito to-day 1 mead l € ich Cabinet day ce ie as rai . t €
x at > . > TOK = a cide ( niss ymin Pp de vi i f
is now fit and well again and he,| been each day. If the strike con-| ‘1@t .he considered the Trieste 0 diien didi : Beautif BANGKOK, April 28. [Foo st ‘a “Pe ine sama, Ohtieit ol ele
like the rest of the party, hopes| tinued, the Government planned question to be of no current} A oa . est c ANBERRA, April 28, ne . tis I-yvear-old Princess |! Frederick — Joliot-Curic pitice.: 9 od, .
the complaint will not spread to,to have 20,000 soldiers, sailor aa but declared that| ustralian Prime Minister R. G. Menzies declared in a The. i Sit aan, laughter 3 French ucleatr : : Re
. athe roslavis as ‘pared t : s r; inne * ) ai (Sis SE mbassado:| 1 t t ‘ :
the whole team. and airmen working in the docks] gotiate on it = pared to -| nation-wide broadcast to-day that there was no subject on |to London OE see wee an eas sage at 1. SABO at he. had taken the ee {
Miestrail feels responsible for| by the end of next week Sena ee aoe of his which the electoral mandate in December was cle wrer than | early for her mariteée } a Pers eve A i Wet“ Sparen esign his Cabinet forming mission.
} ; e alian m ok ‘ 1@é G Lol I arlrage et The ri ner ri sion take i
Marshall's illness, but he had been Good News ‘munist leader Togliatti in 1947 on the banning of Communists {to 23-year-old K Phumip} effect ediatel Pai eit Today's Liberal decision }
expecting it. He had shared a Lord Ammon, Chairman of the} Marsha! Tito wa: sd drdeninis = oe Senge ; Aduldet l save : Toliot-Curie dade Cee Liberals agree 4
cabin on the boat and a hotelj National Dock Labour Board,| for the first time since the 'Co- ==> he Government i ponsoring Nx hotographs ere allowed. | Frenc] t filets cae e ‘ompiete rreedon of movement fo ia)
room in London with Marshall.} commenting on the decision of|minform break a conference of|| ja before Parliament to}A fe hou ifter the marria At iA ainery Resa , | King Leopold, during his son’ fi
and the doctor and nurses assured} 2,000 strikers to return to work|foreign correspondents at th . Cutlaw the Australian Communist} she was proclaimed “Queen 0!/ 1946. Some of samara lal Oe eee
him when he ‘was in hospital that} to-morrow said: “this is very White Palace, the former resi- Sports Window | I gd , Thailar the fir for 17 years.| 4»), te py ek * 2 tee Sr & - wert K
Marshall, who had never. had} good news. It is what I expected| “ence of the Yugoslav King out- ‘ ! Menzies appealed to the In a simple ceremony at tho|_). yee i ORE “ HI cling Ye 8 Wt Si
measles, was unlikely to escape it.] —that the men would realise that] side. Belgrade eet . - a kath eee this i 4s mi ie people not to be mi | 84. » : ! old “Queen Grandm« { 1 s At oy e sit Poe s oh - sae 7 cd
—Reuter. they had done everything possible “Since Count Sforza’s speech, at Kensington "this re " : a ; he ee > Bris Re act King Phumiphon an j ig a ; l gs - : ‘ € Mic e a 4
to express their opinion (on the| We 4%€.¢onvinced nore than ever When these two teams re cry about the privileges of|Frincess Sirikit signed pec nope era) ine Vy
; expulsions fssue) but that it} that this question is not current, this competition earlier — a officials _ tion book repared f grou Senta end a delegati re Reute ql
S10 38 ne “| because he 1 L . is season they played to a one- ere wi be no interference he occasion The district reg { *remier Geor xt neuter a
2 nid 4 hs ‘i ,,, | vecause he proposed conditions on f eren é stri #2 )
Worcester Name etait t mistake ee continue | which we can not carr on any ” with their legitimate functions on |trar took the cust ary fee fr BR j juire Te !
; -. the strike as it would do nobody | negotiation” he said Spkvtan. how - heeds. the. Fie behali of their unions but they|the King Government ttitude } ‘ . > 4
12 vs. West Indies re good ; |" WOtmeeeiie I iby say: Whan a Dis iston line-up wath nine points are no more above the law than To bring the two-hour cere-| Deputy Jean Legendre had already | Carib ] ress i
: hiv tin eer i ere , ‘ & out of a possible tea, EB re > rest ‘ his. ox , “ “1 i
w , 4 oes Ne pasebenton, in the ir| slavia is ready if the Italian Gov- pera ene 4 re aes ao the rest of us”, he said _— * a close the “Queen} tabl resolutior the Nationa) ; ce f O f
* > 1 of going back to work| ernment is willing to negotiate posaibia. twelve hile. Braet ‘ srandmother” poured ‘“purifiea-| A bout folint ote | AYE 2 nS
yatt Lea s Si e tomorrow, called for vigorous| en reasonable terms.” ? occupy the third thane wiliiselenan Mr ene = the Con tion water’ on the hands of the| 1, : ) sonrere mee pe Ms id
; 4 ‘ ans : ‘ ; ta oe . i nts out of 4 possible ten munist oMcials had been Whipping } King 1 Pri if y ml..2 2
LONDON, April 28 action by their union to obtain Asked what he\meant by this, It ite wn ; fee aes ng and Prinowss, signifying their . 3 sis : . ‘
Dee rine ee anon satisfaction over the expulsion of| the Marshal declared “I consider Seino 3 3 sail ait — a. ie front” and in the }union in marriage | el — mishiwing and In 1 I inidad i
ed the following twelve names the three men and the suspension}| Count Sforza mistaken to offer this afternoon to join Spartan at seo Fr tee ee : pine Only close friend I nen : a siaihes te poten deal From Our Own Correspondent i
from which the side will be| 0! five other men from holding] trade and other economic agree- eee ite: of the table while on | ee in 7 a m = posi- bers of the Royal Family wer See e ee Se. cae Gr men d in) ; }
; if Spartan wins tion fron vhich, in suitable resent } . Parliament that a member of the! , J } :
_ Selected for the game against} Union office —Reuter Mecona as a basis for. negotiations they will have established a circumstances, they could do ir Kin Se aeee ern, ae ie Com t Parts ld e| i. Cotes mee H
the West Indies startin re conomic . trade, agreements, are definite lead re ee ~~ ° oa ing’s orders even thé 4 omumunis wrty cou not be} ‘Ty Caribbean Press Asst }
on yee Muy 6 Wo ' one thing and other things’ are c a #, P., Musson, Son & prgecesie never se the safety and? Old Court officials were barred, | employed in an Atomic Researel | tion é e opening of its twe Hf
bab - ’ t 4 ¢ > ; sri Minaeaths, toy Pee O., Lid. have donated a case nee of Austraiua. After the cere ; "RE. S. Wyatt, (Captain.: Growing Interest another We w ilt not bargain with (84 bottles) of Jeffrey's Beer to ‘It is not sufficient to win a] phon - ce a : King : hum a = a conference at Kent House, He 4
| » RE. Bird, FE. Cooper, D. Ken- the free territory of Trieste or, use the winning team, . ; ne presented his bride wit Minister of State in charge tiof tt Caribbean Commission aif
ec yon N Whitir x oe “t ; I W I Affi inc | it as a basis for trading.” war of nerves, armies and air={|“chakri decorations” and thel Informatio n Pierre Henri! Mara iscussed the pe i
$s aS aE: 4, SPMIECHOOMN, n eke airs Wy, anad | Two Basketball Games were forces; It is equally vital to desl} chief official of the “Royal Serip-|'Teit + rl Ca tad Ser en Saas iH
G. Dews, R. O. Jenkins, R. | NNO Bargain played at the ¥.M.P.C, ground with the cold war and prevent ; . eitge uid it Prime Minister]of the in onial excel i]
Hi : (From Our Own Correspondent) | Aske Ve’ : grounds . - s € i “iture Division proclaimed he ‘ ’ ult nfot t} ' it} ‘hie bbeas |
loworth, H. Yarnold, R. '. CM 2 rent) Asked if he wad any proposal night those whose allegiance is not to} QO » Te Geor dau id i me the | journa ithir 1€ iribbeao #
Pe . LONDON, April 28. / to make on possib -sotiations the first game Pickwick a rages , oe te yueen | hailand | Co at th regret ea j tended t srovel
_ Perks, P. Jackson. : , Possible negotiations, | : ve Australia but to a foreign powe1 | ith regret, he ‘ a 1s intended prove
© This will be the touring t a Mr, L. D. Gammans recently re- the Marshal declared it waa not defeated Cariton by 20 goals to eee 3 eb I ; —Reuter [io » I the ido nelism 1
” first oP ing teams! alected Chairman of the West |, to Wi . le ~ ay ewes 14 11. Fortress took the second from crippling our efforts to de- | * pt i rt x a
= game -against 2 county side. Indies sub-Committee of the Con- aa th ee pier ae oe, ne Se ee lA pe ah lg velop the strength and capacity ai ha taps Beek 425 Paes : ‘ 1
—Reuter. servative Party Imperial Commit nee, land jeparted f ae 50: COR eee : _ e , wnateyal 1 r ; re rey ee |
oe oe ay ver departe rom —~ Reuter wei t el the scientist,| Trinidad Guardian, } ook HW
tee told me to-day there y 8TOW- | the ager : . Ti white Ae eu ans . a ‘ S¢Cl j
i } e agreement made with Togliati' enauet we Bh: ‘ ! chair the ene of “|
; “re mong ns oe “Gee ORF w= ; / itemen anc }
APPROVE INCOME TAX aa te be M “4 eyo West and it is on the vasis of this kind ———. — — : aa : a ions! C. A. Lx Gale, Preside f ri
“f is as ce Among ¢ weraaed of agreement that arrangements ri * | s i aD oin in y : ( aoa, Association, is to st
ive Members who are interested | , Tan ‘6 £ | ‘ ‘ “~
uld be made. | ital ; @¢ / sa }
BONN, April 28. | in joining our Comn pLady | re reehe Amerteans Part re i
The Allied Hi . nas oe : : : . In reply to a question coneérn- £ y / ; e j )
. gh Commission | Tweedsmuir, Mr, W 1g, Mr . adele }
to-day approved th : . y : ’ Thar | ing possible aggressive Russian . he listributior
‘ e West Ger-|W. Aitken, Colonel Wheatley | qesig - a Ate ee : ; e t \ | igh
man Income Tax Law which they | Miss Pat Hornsby-Smith, Mr. H.| Qs), 28alnst, Yugoslavia Mas n orme ur re | arious member overm
‘ . S wie ' Ps piang- + shal Tite said that he could not | e df . ' | we]
Previously voted last week hots ser and Mr. Henderson Stew- |... ; rie age of the W.I
’ ‘ _ 5 ‘ Pee prophesy but that he considered BONN f . i
—Reuter / art,” he said. —(By Cable.) | on aggressive move impossible i we aaa, April 28, | DJAKARTA. April 28 Pie Alidon - 2a rn en | | f
“urs : WhReCne? AA é oreign ice 5 satin d A, il 28 ll High Commissione |
‘a Ww € look at the situation real-| this morning categoric: ppokgeusan Robert Doyle, correspondent of} have sent West German Char s wi tie th
istically and we make sound €s-] press rene “ts ‘goricaly denied}the American magazines “Time|cellor Konrad Adena he ‘ ‘ Yalhonall to membe
GE h [mates that) this. is. impossitie, been inden “a Britain had and Life’, and Raymond Ken-J] political cirel to-da escribe . eo ' ~e 1 ane lr CGrarne re
4 —_ | the main reason being that in no, sity te lene me oO a_ Soviet deci-| nedy, a Yale University profes-| a8 a pnoins rhe ite faa e ee te ne eu H } ;
m | case would the Soviet union risi | Mutual in ne ,Russo-Finnish: sor and author, were murdet reque ific Cer- | Cor ner f \t E | the i ‘ ‘ ’
Y / | being an aggressor.” Asked wheth-| He caiq thet sree Pact of 1948. near Sumedang, West Java, to-} many | has not ‘ ct .
; / (ke Sivoklevin Would be ready tt Said that the British Govern- : rs ¢ ; Mi ,
goslavia w ae ready '0) ment knew of ‘ pa day or yesterday, it was learned] Europ: —Reutei By Cable
jaccept arms from the United] pyc. reporta + 7 sucn 7 here. The ommissionet
eerie tenon ; States on the same basis as West- oe rts Nad suggested thal The vere ‘ ) one G : vernmer
T FRANKFURT, April 28, | ern Europe hi d accepted them the Soviet Government had de- sian ae In a ang aOReAee a. . 7] a } "i
. ieee 7 : i : a 7 ; ‘ide stele he ee Thaea te ye 1donesians dressed | t part in the ommittec
tiati he last obstacle in the German-Argentine trade négo-{ the Marshal replied: “I do not a? — an talks with! in military uniform, accor ling to] Minister is lor th Hig
lons, the payments questions, has now been removed and | consider the United States wil! | tible 9 oti Ron agg = Ar- | stories told b: villagers forced by ] Commission and not Govert
a egreement is expected to be initialled in a week, inform- | offer eae re onan Sating| Vides for consultations in the| 'h® murderers to bury the bodies }ment conducted — foreign
sats wh : . pans of building our own arms : aMexs § acco { ‘
erman sources said to-day. ieotes Ser One nee | event of a threat of armed attack.| Colonel S. Day, British Mil The . 7 : ‘erma
aoe — ~—* The question of payments, they mo These reports had ai i a : yi re rs VERAUE i ashin
: : : There is no necessity for intense ris had maintained) cary observer with the Unite i| Dr. Ad
° | said, was the chief Pr for preparations fo ar sinde tiao ow the Soviet Government re- Nations who was the first ae I Arial :
ying ie, nepttetad yaa Wwinteh: Dagan not see any immediate danger of a eee Aircraft ore informed of the tragedy by the] Cor ; Mig
2arly Je ary sill , aitic as implying such a sis ¥ : ,
; war. —Reuter : !Indonesian Army at Bandoens east e tl ht t i
> leg: o ‘eat : i a f issociat
hua taibuns weleg nea able clearian the Soviet-Finnis notified American official vith esentat f Gover
Mshrooms! | som’ minr vont Toesrdine| h Police | 2:3 ‘seed suainst armed Seyi they snd that the. Geen
: I p s é B s . against armex , . , a a : mn Th aes
° the list of agricu'tural products rence O ee attack by Germany or any state a" hig . ae Ne a ria #1 : “s : i : aera’
; , | to be exchanged. allied with Germany’ ves ee oe eee ee O Ie ABE
All at once, flying plates, \' Opinion that the payments : . ” =_Repter from Hongkong two weeks agi epres Pai ‘ '
Pe: bananas, or just question has been successfully 1e tec * | Kennedy, who was a specialist on | Gover t rmi
Objects have appeared | concluded Was seen in the de- social and cultural problems « porte
; many parts of Texas Sener , wD ee al : j i South East Asia, recently arrive Its ‘ ‘ il
b Sites, if stories told by num- || Feronino “nemerine Argentine IN VIETNAM Mayor Arrested © jin ’Djakarts trom the Celetes} same ‘ty those oI
4 toma etrons are to be be- /' Ambassador at Washington, who SAIGON, April 28 F where he lived in a village fo: | delegatic 'hey could approa a ha
; } came here on April 17 personally Marcel Bazin 45-year-old De- or Sabotage five months studying political. {the Council of Europe secre ee
; 3 \ to lend the talks on. this. point puty Chief of French Police Se- economic and social structure of }tariat o: | administrative ma 1 ind some of the
ou, t remained for a Fort || The new agreement is to re-}CUrity Services in Vietnam, who . BERLIN, April 28. |® typical community ter A most famous are
or man, Ira Maxey, a jplace the one which expired on was “condemned to death” by The Mayor of Magdeburg and 4 Hig) Renan uRenmeN : fe
ry uD his bomburdier, to back March 31 this year. This provid- Moscow-trained Ho Chi-Minh’s| leading town administration offi- said Ge an reports should be | _—
tr vans Senin miles ed for German exports of $25,-,insurgent Government, was as-|Cials. have been arrested and GRENADE THROWN ought Sicha i :
Tange o several miles || 7 7 090A sassinated here to-da accused of economic sabotage, the : thought Dr. Ade ie} ight di
} 000 and imports of $33,000,- | 54s nere day c § ge, th
ie ce mer mcerers. } 000. : , A Vietnamese fired four shots| West Berlin Social Democratic cuss the matter with the High |} + e
er group 0 he. v s a
three he volume of the new treaty

approaching, outlined he was about to get i a The paper said that ht 1 Ge cireles we
. 5. deel xxceed $100,000,- | he as about to get into his car Pp at eight people m f J yerman cirel were
a thunderhead, He ig expected to exceed in the centre of the city. He was; had been arrested, including SINGAPORE, April 26 if Dr, Adenauer had |





his camera, set the 000 -— ig a anes 16 yer- ; PUShed to hospital, but died there | Mayor Ederhard and police chief} A grenade thrown to-night at] receive: etback, he could per- |
lens at infinity and began ust auce ocanaien. ‘ ‘sie the His attacker, believed to be | Hermann Rose. Sir Franklin Gimson, Governor} suade P men}, to vote for, a - r
‘ the shutter. He a lifference of sho 25 per cent}@ member of the Vietnam (Na-j} All were former Social Demo-}0f Singapore exploded without] ceptin, 7 nvitation to the| hn weet ermout 1
: ea etares â„¢ whet leok- canis ih sorts and exports in| tionalist insurgents) escaped in | ats, the paper said. No confirm-|/njuring him. The Governor wasyCouncil. The Council of Europ : e
light 5 new moon with a dollars an Germany. accepted | car with two other men jation of the report could be leaving the “Happy World” Box- }Jast month invited West Germany |
Hleaming out from the adv ace imports the resulting M. Bazin had been conducting | obtained from any source. Deseau|ing Stadium when the greaade,}and the Saar to ociate mem- |
aie: He described them aavdine dollar payments balance |@ big campaign against the Viei-; "eat Magdeburg, is the scene of| hurled by someone in the crowd,} bership ~ehenter. | ry Vermouth
.

a8 like “bananas” and a
! “shallow mush-
rooms, —LN.S.

f i am Tr i ;| the East German Republie’s first} hit him on the leg reboundin
. a . erman foreign|nam guerillas. “Warning of his pi & &
tended to affect Geri oo | death sentence” was given a few | ™ass trial for economic sabotage,|away from him. It exploded
months ago by the Vietnam radio! "ow in its fifth day. without casualties or damage. * .
. . 4 .
Under the new treaty, pay-| Marcel Bazin became Deputy —Reuter. —Reuter. I reneh Deputies
ments will be.made through an] Chief of French Seeur'ty Services | r 7, ‘ ml:
offset account with a ‘libera”}in south Vietnam last year ‘ oO Go On Prial
wing which, the ources said, | Vietnam radio annwunced that | 5D YEAR Ol D COUNTESS
” Bree es nogsi- | be had been condemned to death | PARIS, April 28

; ril 28. |

would be no obstacle to a

) :
Allies Tr , % trade | by Moscow -trained Ho Chi The French National Assembly |
y To ble expansion of trac Minh’s government several months ARRIVES IN ROME oetigaing Hs camate cm Come |
Co * The Argent‘n¢ lelegation in-| ago ‘ , ist riots at B t 1d lmMpel
mbat Sm loludes Dr. Luis F. T. Campos,} French High Commissioner to-day adopted by. 349 votes to 178
uggling m the Bano Argentino and Dr.|Leon Pignon to-day awarded 53 Days On Horse Back }@ motion condemning » partisar

currency resources unfavourably
German sources said

Both Wines have excel
lent qualities, as bey
erages and for tse with
Gin for appetisers or
Cocktails, r h.e.y, are
mave from pure Whitc
Wines with the addition
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at him at point blank range as “Berliner Stat” reported to-day, NO CASUALTIES Comr ioners during their meet







The FRANKFURT, April 28, | German J Timermann, Trade} Bazin posthumously the Cross of j excitements” and “expr
estern- Allies ha - acke ; rankfurt’s Argentine|the Legion of Honour The jin the Government to
. f ave or-| Attacke at Frankfurt i |
oe 4 special drive ta combat} Consulate General award was granted a few hours} ROME, April 28. forward ‘~ riding breeches and {republican order in sociz :
tr SMuggling of war material} The German source ndicated| after his assassination Bazin | On a dapple-grey mare, Elena, | jacket to kneel on the steps of| The motion, favourable to the
ist €st Germany to Commun-| that the original Argentine export; Jeaves a widow and one child | Countess of Hohenaus rode into | the Basilica. | nent polic ‘
an fountries of Eastern Europe pee ta for wheat of about $50,- —Reuter St. Peter's Square to-day ;t the! All her luggage was tied i nee '
dey nee official said ihe at 600.000 voul@ probably not get —_— end cf a 1,000 mile lone norse-; two small saddilebags n theja t fidence i
y* Extent of { ae : r G y ‘ ack Holy Year pilgrimage from |flanks of the mare Tucked Earl
Mf this traffi wa inderway he =e ‘ i
cuncerably greater th : x } h < j K , west ay rt SENTENCE QUASHED Germa the ‘audieoow were bunche ecte }
Ma nus Officials along West Ger-| They ment ! nn rORYO ag vom y vd of camera- | wild pansies picked in the h ij
ao c. leaky frontier: * se. rae ‘ ader { the. Ja < ear-ol Countess | row he travell 1
ae. ‘0 seiz € told Reute H i horse, La Belia/| miles ito Rone 1]
i thee en. Ae 2 J cohen $ 2% he foot of St. Peter’s| dawn of to-day f |
- Se in r x 0 Me wie mpos ] é
t S€ illegal ignments wei 600.000 mt + ‘ ny : actly, 39: Clays isnce. Gh While the Counte ,
E West oe by organised s lling onl. Befe r€ ourt ha ee ec i ‘ id ‘ ome in Exiel, Bavaria, | dappled Gisella, held by en i f |
Me no) oP eEAN Y's black market of j ‘ smon e! € Bt i it intired by hex | barrassed gendarme, gazed on §
Tmal consumer good cee } rs e Argentine ‘ £20 erling irathor ourney, the Countess} Peter's a re ~
= Reuter —Reuter I tk addle and went! and underst I teuter Reuter :



—Reu er.






PAGE TWO



| Ga A a a aS HR A LE OO SE ORD COT ARNO EIN ee Ls eKOn CIN ERO SSN | owes Wow fe



Carib Calling

HEIR MAJESTIES the King
and Queen, if circumstances
permit, are to attend the celébra-
tions in June next year of the
fifth Centenary of the foundation
of Glasgow University. The actual
date of the celebration is January
7. 1951, but the celebrations will
be hela" from June 19th to 2ist.
It is. hoped to have torch parades
from four centres connected with
the history of the University and
from seats of ancient learning—
one from the village of Bedrule,
near Jédburgh, where the founder
of ‘the University, Bishop Turnbull,
was born; another from Iona; a
third from Moville, in Ireland,
the home of St. Finbar, an early
Christian teacher; and the four‘:
from Candida Casa, near Whit-
horn, where St. Ninian taught
To Be Married To-Day
R. BILL KNOWLES, son of
Mrs. R. Knowles of ‘Midget’
aim Beach, Hastings, is to ve
marriéd this afternoon in George-
town B.G. at St. Andrews’ Scots
Church. to Miss Flo Strang,
aaughter of Mrs. Florence Strang
of G@0fgetown. Mr. Knowles is
a Sugar Agronomist of Booker
Bros.in-Demerara. Miss: Strang
spent some of her schoo) days in
Barbados at Codrington High
Schogl and has many friends here
They are due to arrive in Barbados
on Sunday and will be leaving
shortly for England by _ the

“Golfito.” Mr, Knowles is on long *

leave.
Regular Visitor

ISS Rosemary Arrindell is

once again in Barbados, A
regular visitor here, she arrived
a couple of weeks ago accompanied
by Miss R. Agostini and they are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
for their Barbados holiday.

On His Way Home

POKE to Mr. Fatrick Labrie
yesterday. He arrived i!

‘riniaad by B.W.LA. on Thursoay
Traffic and Sales representative ol
T.C.A., he was one of the firs
i.C.Ac employees to visit barva-
aus prier to the commencement of
their service here.

Since his last visit to Barbados
he has’ been to Miami, Curacac
Aruba and Venezuela. He is, aut
io iéave for Canada this morning
by £.C.A., and he’s looking for-
ward to going home after such
long absence.

Arriving This Morning
R. AND MRS. L. V. PRAT'l
are due to arrive from Eng

land by &S. “Golfito” this morning
Mr. Pratt who is on the staff of
Cable and Wireless, has bee!
transferred here a Engines
Cable. The Pratts are no strange!
to Barbados as Mr. Pratt server
at thi granch of Cable and
Wireless Lid from December
1935 to August 1938

Mr. Pratt is relieving Mr. F. G
Eastwood who, with his wife and
three daughters will be leaving

for the UK. on 13th May by 5.5

“Misr’’. ~Mr. Eastwood has served
almost five years here and } it
home on long leave

After a Month

M'â„¢ Yvonne James and Miss
‘ Yolande Lovelace Civi

!
Servants attached to the General



Post Office, Trinidad returned
home on Tuesday evening by

B.W.1LA. after spending a mont
holiday Th i
“Leaton-on-S



were sti ne



The stream. ar

BY THE WAY

x account of a family which
iil the members are bell
ringers recalled to me an amusing
incident
There lived in Wiltshire a simi-
lar family. To keep in training
they installed a belfry and a peal
of bells in their home. One day
after the 14 of them had been hard
at it, shaking the roof and Setting
the whole town a-clanging and
echoing, a new maid popped her
head in and said to the mother,
with a demure smile: “Did you
ring?”
In Pussing
OTELS and restaurants are
getting so nervous about the
millions of American tourists who
are expected here this year, in
time for next year’s Festival, that
any guest is liable to be met in
the foyer by an oily manage:
bowing to the ground, and carry-
ing a large jug of iced water. Why
a foreigner should be allowed to
drink iced water whenever he
pleases while a mere Englishmar
who wants something more fit fo
human consumption has to adjust
his thirst to a despotic time-table,
is part of the modern * :nacy

Mrs. Kazbulah Protests
H® manigers, we three wifes
of seesaw men will be of
consulting hour solikiters and



RETURN to
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BOYS SHOES in TAN and BLACK
5.23 to 6.40

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wnihic

‘"Ere come the —

cut merchants—alway
same when they're digg
‘oles in Oxford Street.”

HE REMAINDER of od ie
Montbrun’s tr e is due to
arrive from Trinida
and they start off



entertainment by a show at the
Barbados Aquat Club tonight
and they will then be goil! ove

to the Club Morgan for tne
econd appearance immediatel

afte their performance ut th

Aquatic.

Golf Club Captain

M:: AND Mrs. J. K. K. Christie
tl two children leit






€ Gascogne on Wednesday
clas Mr Christie i o! the
staff of Barclays Bank and i
going home t otland on four
months’ long leave.

He was also one of the leading
player t the Roc kley Golf Clul
and was Club Captair Since hi
departure, they tell me tha Col
Dick vaary ier h been elected
Tempora aptaly

Perfect Wicket
HICH fam cricketer
day pl ying the g aE

nightshirt?
Sir Pelham Warner



around our houss it was a
wicket!”

perfect
It wa rin 1 Savy Cocktall
Party, given in honour of the
West Indies cricket
Married In Andivee
ARRIED recently in Antigua
were Mi L nette K ith n
Pla it 1 i hte of

Ne e Berri f 1

Mir Henriett R. Berridge and
the late Mr. Rovert Berridge It
wa th large
Asitique.. for the year

Mr. Berridge recently spent two
years in England where he quali
fied in law and met hi ride a
trained iIrsé

held lanse
Dr. and M lA Bl ‘

loiryers fo topping that orful
talk of tl ‘ eesau g ng
crowded hat the paypers

and plutinum

bells and { t W are not
wishing have hou osbans

bowancing abart |} this plonk
' Mm dadvenchesse vhich is arfter
there th. Thus we now rite to
hour nobu sba jo be shaking
the a otripiis out «
there i and to me back to
hoame, rarther than of hixchang-

ing oombra with all of yore
haymerle For we say
wot a ottbed of ennikity moost be

this western hend hif three peas-

full sottizens of vur land does
! able to si n that seesaw

efour oop ¢ e dredful hac-
t }

ses Hlor i and germaces

and sperorling orl over that plonk

ake hart impozzibul

Mrs. Kuzbulah and those

huti



Here On Holiday
Ms ETHEL GRAHAM, sister

of the Matron of the Barba-
dos Hospital is in Barbados staying
at Cacrabank. Miss Graham is
Headmistress of the Girls’ School

ntigua and is here on holiday
She is due to leave for St. Lucia
today and will be returning to
Antigua on May 3rd. 7

Pudding and Souse

R. PETEX HOWELL, Manag-

er - Proprietor of the
Casuarina Club reports that there
will be Black pudding and souse
included on his menu tomorrow
morning. This is, of course, a
famous Barbadian Sunday morning
dish and it is good to see that Mr.
Howell is endeavouring to cater
to local tastes. It is to be hoped
that he has enough in stock.

Returning Shortly

R. J. Redhead, Magistrate of
Antigua who was here for
the Civil Service Conference. left
earlier in the week by the “Lady
Nelson” for Grenada on a visit
to his two sons who are attendin
school there: He was staying at
“Leaton-on-Sea”, The Stream.
Mr. Redhead expects to be back
in Barbados in about a fortnight’s
time for a holiday.





CROSSWORD









Across
1. Por this clue you must think out
the answer. (9)
8. Greek erties gives you thir
goddess. (5)
v “Tr of the old ones are tnside

10 i deaters in slang this means
money. (3)
1l. Found tn church, theatre. o7
stable. (5)
12 Here. for once, you have accur
acy. (9)
15. Now you have @ word that is
never said. (8
8. Take a leap and teem. (6)
1 FPrightens you may say. (4)
2. Lrun away from the mixture. (4
23. Supplies her tin gag. (9)
24 However small it’s an island. (4)
25. Epithet for a former beauty. (5)
Down
1. The bird has it before the farme!
can grow it. (4)

2. Maybe a smal] company to the
fleet but a small oak to us. (5)

3. A broken file. (4)

4. Don't argue, you can get @ seal
in grass lands, (4)

5. United and they may ali die. (6)

6. A sort of nai) you'll find, (5)

7. What's bred in this will come out
in the flesh. (3)

o(? 18. Characters of promise, (3

)
i4. To nag one is a method of the
minority. (6)
15. Custom started by Amecion.. (9)
16. 7 top way to upset the shop.
(4)

17. ln the north they play with this
wooden ball. (4)

18. Not at home, {3}

1g. It's @ gamble, (3)

20. When thev're of court they are
not refreshing. (4)

22. This tile may live, (3)

Solution of vesterday’s puazie.—Acress:
8to 9, Lent; 10 Ache: 11, Aorta:
O.H.M.8 15 Pert, 16, Nape; 18
Calm: J unt; 2 Mat. 22, Lease; 23.
e 1, Allotment

cor
“a



acter: 8. Cer 12
> Pelmet: 17 ‘Anger



By Beachcomber

In view of the above, I am a
little disturbed by the decision of
the National Union of Journalists
to set up a committee “to inquire
into Press distortion.” If I print
the story of the contortionist who
raced a tortoise across a skath ng
rink, walking on his knees and el-
bow I am certain to be accused
of distortion

Drama of Self-contained

Braces

FREE answer to the_ Strabismus
rouser-Bomb has not been

long in coming. I read that some-
one na
which work without

springs A man who geri

strated them, “walked three miles

vith his hands in his pockets to |
keep his trousers up,” as he had} (

‘taken off the braces and given
them to an American.” The point

Prooj, If Proof i ere Needed of the Trouser-Bomb is that it

( FFICIALS have some curious shatters the trouser-buttons Lf |
problems to deal with I there are no buttons to shatter,
ead of a request from a profes- the menace 1s defeated, Nor will |
ional strong man to be permitted anybody but an expert know
to hang by his neck from a heli- whether a man with his hands in

copter while playing the guitar
and drinking tea. It would be in-
furiating if he were given permis-
ion, only to be taunted by a sar-
castic spectator: “Ik suppose you
think you're clever!”





1.40

his pockets is wearing the button-
less, springless braces or not

I have just invented a rimless,
non-porous hat which can be worn

upside down, ‘so as to catch rain~|

water



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One of Mrs. Dower’s many activi-
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‘he mother of the child that
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Commencing
Bruno av, APRIL
SIMEY: _
V WOMEN

LONDON.
D4 ritish social scientist
A nored aa today that in
++ jg Momma, not Papa,
An the pants in the

> ip, S. Simey said that it
Moy» who does the
se dishes these days. He
, somewhat wistfully though
“likes to be asked
ne does them anyway,
ot or not, he conceded.
scientific pronouncement pure

ity, Dr. Simey said:
a

i
np

vaale

tall
ily
f

the pase eo
x is status. Father be-
n ey aa now is merely

' we have not yet
oa stage where we havq
side which sex we want to

to, the behaviour of man
woman is changing and will

r fessor blamed it partly

near-return to the Amazon

men were slightly less

and. women were war-

But he said quite definitely

the idea of a “weaker sex
thing of the past.

is tension in many

x” he said ominously,

women who have been in

armed forces find their home

inadequate.”

bof, Simev mont say whether
nour.t this “tension” by the
mained women would result
mn inerease in clay pigeon
ting or pot shots at husbands,
British scholar also didn’t
sany solution to the changing
tion as he summed up con-
of a two-day mental
“conference. But he did
that conditioning on the
of life start with

» warned against wishful!
ng, apparently such as that
phic husband was the

personality the

Simey sternly advised:
ih men and women must
accept their sex as a fun-
ntal . They have got to
) on a new pattern for their
ana. the burden of choice Is
»

int in

‘other words, wives — if you
to stand over a hot stove
dinner — cajole, bribe or
nd that hubby stand over a

ming dishpan after.

apparently the sex pattern
atgmic age. —IN:S.

WHAT U.K.
FES IN M.E.

CAIRO, April 28.
President of the Egyptian
, Heykal Pasha said to-day

he reted Britain’s atti-
to an’s annexation of
Palestine as meaning “Egypt
settle her differences with
before Britain can settle
ferences with Egypt”.



ly arrived here after a visit '

ndon, Keykal Pasha added:
n sees the Middle East as
igle, unified region, menaced
mmunism. Unity is essen-
in the Middle East, and Bri-
wards Israel as the cor-
in this unity’. —Reuter

hank Britain

Advocate Correspondent)

BELIZE.
week Monday the Legis-
Council unanimously adopt-
resolution of the Hon. Wilson
lillian, recording “grateful
jation of the special con-
fation given to the immediate
of British Honduras, and
he prompt and favourable
n taken by His Majesty’s
mmment in making available
(port quota of 25,000 tons (of
), of which 18,000 tons a
will be bought by the Minis-
Food at reasonably remun-
prices to be negotiated



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Hon, Johnny Smith, People’s
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LONDON. > Scoiland cannot be entirely} E. 7 v
woe aa be absolutely no By tia out. nae one | nqui
“Mollycoddling” of Princess ° lizabeth’s. hon house, |
Elizabeth while she awaits “the Fred Deoerflinger aa is cae tes eaioanead In Britain

| birth of her second baby late in
August.

Although publig. engagements,
which usually involve long
standing and strain, have been

estate, and if the child were born}
in Scotland, no doubt it would be|
at Birkhall. When Princess Mar-| BY CHAPMAN PINCHER

aret was born at Glamis Castle}
on August 21, 1930, it was the first






















Elizabeth used
birth of Charles.

trylene at the a few weeks for the confinement that he was a Russian spy.



BU RES, A 27
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| Britain will not denounce Ar
Argentine Trade Pact and

}tact that Argentina is expected to







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PAGE THREE

ail

Sir William
Ramsay

was the discoverer of d-whole



Greater prominence however t new family of clements——an
was given to reports from Frank- | nahn us achievement unparalleled in the
furt that Argentine and German rT Hf . ok Sa 5
are about to sign a 2,000,000.000 | f Nh y ~~, amt history of chemistry. The
peso trade agreement sécond i) SS a “|/2 Jirst of his discoveries was made
importance only to the Anglo-| 38 = K } . sal os
Nemiadinee accord while the an- } in 1894when,withLordRayleigh,
nouncement from Washingts"1| he isolated argony.a rare gas
that American oil refineries in that exists in small'yqantities in
Argentina will» be allowed to ‘ Be
import oil from dollar areas for} the air. Later, Ramsay and
one year was also given promi- his assistants ‘sneteeded in
nence. Prospects of renewed 7 | . ‘
trade with Germany and_ the isolating heli, pean, krypton
availability of American oil ‘s and xenon, which arealso present
believed to have influenced the

British decision

te

trade

seek
» the present

problems.

—Reuter



Boland Acts As

Cable

solution

Anglo-Argentine

«), ; “ ;
in che atmosphere but in even smaller amounts. At first these gases were mete chemical

» half'a century later, they are of the first industrial importance. Argon
is the. gas used in the modern gas-filled electric light bulb. The electric discharge lamp
depends on neon to such an extent that few recognise it today by any other name-than that
| of “neon sign” Helium is also employed in these lamps, in addition to its well-known

| use, instead of hydrogen, for providing buoyancy for “ lighter-than-air” craft;

| curiosities, but now
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as Well as grown-



yy y

ups, must make sure

cancelled, Elizabeth wil] lead an time a scion of the Royal House} MERICAN detectives sent tc B G’s Chi of J sti it Ramsay was born in Glasgow in 1852, He was a first-class athlete, musician, and linguist, as
entirely “normal” life by keeping had been born in Scotland for} investigate Britain’s secur- | rar Ss Ke ustice | well as being professor of chemistry at Bristol and later at University Col~
up private engagements amost to three centuries. ity arrangments following the| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent lege, London. He was knighted in 1902, and awarded the Nobel Prize ii
the day of birth. There will be The baby, boy or girl — and| Fuchs spy case are making in- 2 ] a : : . iy r er ee
only slight variations to her regu- the royal couple are both hop-| tensive inquiries at the Govern- GEORGETOWN, April °g. | 1904: Jn 1913 he presided over the International Association of Chemical
lar diet, designed to prevent put- ing for a_ girl — will be} ment’s poison-gas research sta- Mr. Justice F. M. Boland will | Societies, where his flair for languages enabled him to address his cos- ie
ting on too much weight. third in line to the throne, after| _ tions. act as Chief Justice of Bvitish | ao het tin ' ~~ 2
Before the birth of Prince Elizabeth and Charles, and forcing} These stations are located at|Guiana as from next month, \/hen | â„¢Pelitan audience in English, French, German and Italian. He diedin 1916.
Charles, she attended to corres- Margaret down once more in the | Sutton Oak, near St. Helens. Sir Newnham Worley wil be "
pondence and other Palace mat- line of succession Lanes, and close to the hamlet | absent from B.G, on ave rere na
ters up to a few days before the Prince Charles has been given of Porton, on Salisbury Plain. ] Justice Boland returned to this t Im,
Prince was born on November 14, the additional names of Philip/ Government officials discount the country on Thursday as First a attttbip,
1948. She went shooting with the Arthur George. If the new baby Suggestion that a leakage of}|Puisne Judge har te 1s Ws
Royal Family at Balmoral in the is boy, Britons would not be information is being tracked. Chief Judge ‘of | British Hondu- lady %
early autumn, attended a wedding surprised to learn he is christened} But the inquiry, which is being |ras for aF rtor fhS : ; ung “s
on October 20 and drove with her Albert after the King. Other carried out with M_I.5, seems «&« a Gt Se ilias ea Sees ern 3
husband Philip to a private din- names may be Andrew (the name be more thorough than the ed Re “rma a eed: APE “ibe 4
ner-party on November 12. of Philip's father), Edward, routine checks already made in hl euptene sae og way to WB
> ry, au 7 oF rick, ri ia yy ‘ as : s ad < . . . bY ' 4 us cy L ; mn } pe
This “normal” routine was on pie ody id, Patrick, William c his Wee ee , neth Stevewright Stoby (46), ) aw $$ y
specific orders from her gynae- If a girl, court circles believe} Government's serm eau re | ately @ magistrate on the Niger-| ANLing
cologist, Sir William Gilliatt. who the name Mary, in compliment to siete’ vain he n Bf ar are ian bench He _ Succeeds Mr ‘
is again looking after the Prin- her great-grandmcther, and aunt, tricia wan’ - tae X 1 ms laa eve Donald Edward Jackson, |
cess, Fo has already been chosen. Vic- papa re | ? Oe . a Guianese on the bencl |
One of Britain’s most brilliant toria, Alice (after Philip’s mother) : Windward and Leeward Islan
“baby specialists” with a formi- snd Elizabeth are likely choices} The British and U.S. Govern-|Supreme Court
dable String of qualifications, for additional names. —~ ments have continued to ex- ind OY
Gilliatt is a quiet, spare man The Duke of Edinburgh's tour change information on poison- \ ie) He.
strictly obeyed by all his patients. of duty in the Mediterranean is gas defence since the end of the ot | , , t
His books on gynaecology havel not over until the end of this}! war Harbour Log
become standard works for the year, but like any other sailor he] A new agreement extending the :
world, and he has contributed is entitled to compassionate leave} interchange for several years! In Touch With Barbados
largely to advances made in the ef wife is having a baby. He was signed in Washington a Cc S . JOUNGSTERS,
use of anaesthesia in childbirth, is almost certain to be home for week before Fuchs confessed oast tation y











and celebrations, U.S, Staff chiefs are sensitive or





As the time approaches for th? pete ape arn — = information relating to poison-
birth of the baby, it is expected been keeping up a full routine of aoe
that Sister Helen Maude Rowe of engagements, some of which. as}They rate the new nerve
Camden Town (London) will be her visit to the island is a private extra-potent chemical
summoned. Sister Rowe, brown- one, she need not have made ered by the Germans but
eyed, slim and in her 50’s was During her stay on the island used econd only to
nurse-in-charge at the birth of the Princess has done some occa- weapons as deterrents to
Charles. She has worked on Sir sional swimming, encouraged by ' : ;
William’s cases for years, includ- Gilliatt who feels swimming is] The U.S. Government is financing
ing the birth of Prince Michael Pee excellent for expectant mothers. extensive gas-warfare researcl
of the Duchess of Kent. ee Elizabeth is planning the lay- at Edgewood Arsenal and ( I
ate to present plans thé F. Caught at the back like the ctte for ihe baby herself. As in Detrick, in Maryland
Hote er Re oar at Stone old-fashioned bustle. Princess * ase of Charles, it will be allj One of their discoveries cnown
and Phill But oon the Elizabeth wore this sea-green White and all hand-made, fees ee eves ROEM
p- i see > wieita Gress, topped by a fox cape when Members of the Royal Family, 1,000 times more effec e the
Royal Family traditionally visits a 7 te ae neluding Queen Mary, are already mustard gas
Mainicral ducih ne , She visited London’s Royal Insti- 6 vs ores y
@ g the summer, the : - nitting busily.
possibility of the baby being born ‘tion in Albemarle street. _INS In charge of Britain’s Suttor
—EXPRESS. or 7 Station-——a __ pilot-plant story
” rarer — ye asad =i ade vere —_ where mustard gas ana ant
dotes were made during _ th
LOCKED IN war—is Dr, J. W. C. Phillips
FOOLISH AT 30 Dr. H. M. Barrett heads the Por-
| CANTERBURY, England, ton plant, which is an experi-
| atrick Brown was tak- , »stablis ont.
: LONDON. The report said, however that | sci elastin at Ge ibn ot <. sean i seaineitlais
Senility begins at 30 -— but “there is much to be said on the] west Gate Towers, Canterbury’s! No scientists have been purged
there’s life in the old dog yet. other side. |} ancient gateway, somebody locked from defence-research estab-

That summarizes the findings

“The older man may well claim/the door, Brown was released
on age and dexterity studied in

‘ : | lishments since the Fuch
that his experiences and practice! after two uncomfortable hours.

six weeks L.E.S,

ago
the laboratory by the Applied make up for any abatement of ——Can. Press
Psychology Unit at Cambridge mechanical dexterity.”
University, and reported in the
current issue of the “British An example may be taken in

Medical Journa: . the shorthand writer practising in|

The influential journal points the courts. His work entails a|
out that the laboratory “does not close co-ordination of hegring
suggest that foolishness begins to. Mental assimilation, and hand |

arrive at 30, but it does suggest movements, all at high speeds
that after that age the faint

shadows of senility are approach- It is possible that the 200 words |

ing. a minute which gained him his |}

One test is the tracing with diploma in his youth have be-
stylus the mirror image of cer- come 150 or less in middle age. |
tain digits. This is found to be but meanwhile he has become |
less speedily done once the age better equipped mentally for his}
of 30 is passed. task, There may be more gaps |

The ability to make rapid and in his record, but he is_ better}

able with his knowledge and in-|
to make them good

—I.N.S

accurate movements and to keep
on making them declines steeply
in early middle age.

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Saturday, April 29, 1956

Noise

BRIDGETOWN is taking on a new
appearance with the beneficial changes
which have been instituted in the control
of traffic. Pedestrians are still reluctant to
use the crossing lanes but an increasing
number are doing so as it is realised that
they have been set up’in the interest of the
pedestrians themselves,

As a result of the new traffic arrange-.
ments, vehicular traffic is no longer di-
verted when the Legislature is sitting and
it is often difficult to hear what is said at





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| Background Toe Colombo

By L. B. Pearson,
Canadian Seeretary of State for External Affairs

COMMUNISM, in Asia as
elsewhere, is irresponsibly trying forces of totalitarian expansion- very magnitude of

We agreed at Colombo that the of the difficulties arise from thc
the need

to capitalize on misery and dis- ism could not be stopped m south There are so many developmen)

; tress and the understandable im- Asia and southeast Asia by mili- pro i ured .
1 $ A ects which clamoured for at
patience for change, by promising tary force alone. They caunot be Sotans that it is very difficult to

not only immediate freedom checked, if, through stupia:ty or i B

h » if, da what should be done
| where colonial status remains, short-sightedness on the vart of oe meaty is created by the
but where freedom has the democratic powers, totahta- comparative inexperience of the
been achieved, a better life rianism is able to ally itself suc- administrative systems of most of

at once if only the people will cessfully with the forces of aation-
rise in their might and create the al liberation and sccial reform, If
chaos out of which communistic southeast Asia and south Asia are * a s oe
rule may erherge. not to be conquered by commun- IMS experience, these coun rice

In India, China and Burma, ism, we of the free aem- cratic which are so oly in history and
which are now free states, the world, including the Asian states tradition but so new to sed as
appeal is to a fuller and better themselves which are free, mist ereignty in
life at once; in Malaya and Indo- demonstrate that it is we ona not Should have t
China it is to political freedom. the RuSsians who sand for national acministrative

these countries. It is only natur-
al that for some time after obtain-

» struggle with many
problems, whicl





the moder worn | crystalled voleanic rocks, such as_ granite.

Both appeals are strong, for mil- liberation and economic 2n social
lions of Asian people do not know
that from communism both ap-

progress.
The problem, then, ‘for these

inevitably complicate the task at
the present time of long-range
planning to raise the standard ©)

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the Council Board t
or on the floor of the a aoe taies

slates is to demonstrate that they living.

‘ed) and prepared for use by kneading and

House. The acoustics of the House of
Assembly are particularly bad and the
Press often have great difficulty in getting
all that is said by a speaker.

It is in the interest of everyone that steps
be taken to remedy the difficulty of hearing
and this is made more acute during the
middJe of the year when fans are turned
on, their noise adding to the already great
acoustic difficulties, If microphones were
placed at regular intervals around the
Board and Table great assistance would be
given to those who have to report the
events in the island’s Legislature and should
be helpful to members themselves.

Such a solution would be better than re-
turning to the old system of diverting traf-
fic when the House or Council is meeting.

In other parts of the island steps should
be taken to deal with noise at inconveni-
ent times. In other countries there are limits
to the use of wirelesses in built up areas of
a residential kind. After about eleven
the playing of musical instruments
Not so in Barbados. At any
y or night people are allowed
ather together and hold a meeting many
on until the early hours of

o'clock

is forbidden.

which carry
morning.
be necessary at times to relax

l ich as at election time when
candidates will desire to hold their meet-
aces easily accessible by all per-

to a residential

the

ar, i POSslLDiIC,

er is justification for

ard of

f neighbour
ictised by horn-blowers,

one s
Yy pli
carpenters,
the

Sunday

into night and make

from noise.

‘ “~
Cleanliness
ios has this year enjoyed the bene-
suecessful tourist season. Now
ison is ending the question of
must be tackled in preparation

The Vestry of the parish of Christ Church
must be particularly keen to ensure the
cleanliness of the parish, Most of the hotels
situated in Christ Church and it will

idvertisement for the island if

are
be a good
the tourist’s first impression of the island
is of clean streets and silvery beaches.
There are a number of spots crying out
for attention and which could be improved
without any great expendi-

considerably
ach, one of the loveliest

ture. Rockley b«¢
beaches in the islahd, requires cleaning.
There is bush, and bits of refuse can often
seen littering the beach. If these were
removed, the appearance of these would
be much improved and would be of service
to the large number of people who use the
beach and for the children who play there.

arbados are a part of a Bar-
They are the

2

be

The beaches of B ; ee
badian’s most priceless heritage. 1
sae of other West Indian islands and indeed
of most other countries of the world.
Those responsible for them have a great trust
to see that they are not despoiled by careless
and thoughtless people and that they are kept
in a condition that will enhance their natural
beauty

Many oi the streets could also benefit from the
drive which has done so much to improve the
streets of the City. Refuse bins, with covers,
should be placed at points along the streets to
encourage people to place their bits of paper and
other refuse there rather than to throw it any-
where on the street.

The tourist trade is important to Barbados and
anything which helps to foster it is a legitimate
source of concern to the people of Barbados.
Cleanliness for tourists will mean cleanliness for

residents. We want to be clean.





OUR READERS SAY:

Queen's Park Is The Obvious Site For Pe

To the Editor, The Advocate

ties followed,

_It was in the light of these con- can improve, by democratic meth- | Already in this field some use-
ditions that we discussed the situ- ods, the standard of living of the ful work has been done by the
ation in various Asian countries masses, of their people. That is Uniteqd Nations in listing and
at our conference in Ceylon, their problem—one of self-help. analysing the economic needs of
Malaya, where the situation is But there is also cur prot!2m, this part of the world. The Unitec
now better—although communist that of mutual aid. Nations four point program as
a i : ing on
bandits, and it; is right to call 1. conference discussej that We call it, also has a bearing on

them that in Malaya, are doin : ae
their best to discos eccatsaicie problem. We agreed, for instance, this problem. The economic com-
mission for Asia and the Far

life—is moving ahead to ordered to recommend financial help for 3
independence under the fine and the state of Burma which had been East, the international labour
distinguished leadership of a man a Subject of discussion among the Office and the food and agricul-
we know both well and favour- sterling countries before the con- tural organization are all working
ably here in Ottawa, Right Hon. ference met. The Canadian in this field. Therefore I think
Malcolm MacDonald. Government was not included in that we must be careful in setting
In Burma, which is now free, that earlier discussion. The UP amy new agency to avoid over-
but which is rent, not by civil war question is one of a sterling loan lapping or duplication. We do
but by civil wars, the position is to strengthen the financial positign not want a new committee mere-
difficult indeed, Indonesia, now of the Burmese government. We ly because it looks like an attrac-
free, and recognised by Canada as are now considering here the tive piece of international furni-
a free state, is being attacked by position of dollar Canada in ture for an already cluttered-up
een yen Bae relation to that sterling loan. Our home. ~ :
rom the left. It is having a diffi- ¢oecial position in this regard was Yet it is hoped that this new

cult ime, Then. there is Indo- recognized at the conference. ccimmittee which was recommen-}
China which i propose to discuss ; ‘ ar . lom-
peparately, because it is a very _ One of the:important develop- ded to the governments at Colom

fete r ' . : ents of the conference was the bo will be practical and useful |

; 7 m
pmperest point of recommendation to set up a Com-— and in its results go further than

7 Tee es all: of ie atthe monwealth consulative committee any previous agency in that area.
: . Poe © for south and south-east Asia. I It is hoped that before long the

in that part





Sraltier ian Srnksileies “ace was vividly impressed during my committee will be able to relate |
flow over this general area, not bees ee ecross this aren: aeter the. Sea of eee counties to
only will the new nations lose the the conference, by the need for the possibilities of financial and
national independence Which they Capital development in all the technical help. But it should b

have secured so recently, but the Countries. stretching from Pa‘sis- understood that in considering
forces of the free world will have ten to Indonesia. There wa; a the problem of what the Com-
been driven off all but a relative great need to increase agricultural monwealth countries can do
small bit of the great Eurasian yields through the introduction of through this committee to help



area—and I attempted t
the make this clear at Colombo — the
new contributions of members of the

tance: irrigation systems and the gre ter the
use of fertilizer; also for
tablishment of at least some

land mass. In such circum
it would not be easy to contem-

plate with equanimity the future e



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of the rest of the world industries I was impressed also Commonwealth will have to bey
That, then, was the background by the very great need for techni- determined in the light of their

against which we held..« dis- cal help in those countri financial commitments, not only |

cussions in the lush and -lovely ° But if the need is obvious, so in this area but elsewhere.

island of Ceylon are the difficulties. In fact, most —INS.



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method of iisecticide application
on the vector mosquitoes of ma-}

(Deputy Director of Hritain’. Ross Insti- ; fallen to levels which sug-

tute, Centre of Malaria Research in gest the elimination of the disease






| and developing of glazes is a very important

| speaking, is a coating of glass and is made of |

island Colonies in the Mediterran-
ean, a three-year campaign has
; successfully eradicated malaria-
carrying mosquitoes, and* unless
infected. mosquitoes are accident-
ally conveyed there by ship or air-
| craft, it will be impossible for the
disease to recur,

The method employed to
achieve eradication was the appli-
cation to the surface of all mos-
quito breeding waters of an oii in
which the insecticide, DDT, (dich-
loro-diphenyl-trechlorethane) had

been dissolved; mosquito larvae
were thus killed
Adult female mosquitoes have

the habit of resting on walls inside
dwellings and animal outhouses

These wall surfaces can be treated
readily and economicaily with a

solution which, after drying,
; would leave a fine deposit of in-
| secticide; mosquitoes resting on

such a surface might be irritated
and fly outdoors, but in any event
they will die within a few hours.
The attraction of the essential feed
of blood lures the young female
mosquitoes to the death-trap. To
maintain the death-dealing pro-
perties of these wall surfaces only
two or three treatments with in-
secticide are necessary for an eight
month mosquito season,

This residual insecticide method
was used in the coastal zone of
British Guiana, in tropical South
America, where the extensive irri-
ation system of the sugar-cane
plantations produced millions of
mosquitoes. The dramatic reduc-
tion in the mosquito population
has transformed, within a few
years, a malaria-ridden country
E one in which the disease is no





longer an insoluble public health
problem.

No More Epidemics

The history of Ceylon has been
punctuated by devastating epi-
demics of tropical malaria, Such
catastrophes are now a thing of
{ the past; the prevalence of mala-





obtained and their various activi- letter appearing

while the rooms issue of your

the United Kingdom) within a few years. These results laria in Central Africa, Malaya}
|: gh Overe f Britain's have follewed the adoption by the and Assam. It has been found}
} 2 ( rit 1s . 7 , i i

ee ee eee. payee Government Health Department of that some species of mosquitoes}

the residual insecticide method as
a routine and island-wide measure
of sanitation,
Britain's scientists
investigating the effect of

have been
this

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER











“ But, Mr. Klammenberger, the
Film Bank report is so fright-
jully bad for our prestige—
why compared with the
Railways and Ground Nuts
and even the British Council,
we come out as heing dirt
cheap!”

bade



Today’s Thought

And when we think we
lead we most are led.
—Byron, “The Two Foseari”

A lawyer is a learned gen-
tleman who rescues your
estate from your enemies
and keeps it himself.

—Lord Brougham

in Wednesday's
paper expressed



ignoble Frankie set about the song,
which I love very dearly

may enter : \wellings, obtain a feed |
of blood a:.1 leave without resting
on a wall, thus evading contact
with the insecticide. This may be
due to habit or to a repellent effect
of that insecticide; a different in-|
secticide may not have this effect |
on the same species of mosquito.

The complete eradication of all|
vector mosquitoes is the ideal re-|
sult to be aimed at, but is not
essential for 'the elimination of
malaria from a community. Resi-
dual insecticides can reduce the
mosquito population so drastically
that the ‘numbers of mosquitoes
which are actually infected with
malaria, become almost negligible.
Indeed, the stage is set for
elimination of malaria as a major
public health problem in both
temperate and tropical climates.

More Compounds

The available insecticide arma-

ment of DDT, benzene hexachlo-
vide and chlordane, which are all
efficient when used in a scientific
manner, will doubtless be follow-
ed in the course of time by even
more efficient chemical com-
pounds.

For years chemists have sought
the perfect anti-malarial drug and

| job.

he |

wedging until it is in a suitable plastic, homo-
geneous condition for “throwing.”
“Throwing” is somewhat of a misnomer
but means the shaping of an article from a
piece of clay on a wheel-head which is revolv-
ing in an-anti-clockwise direction, The potter
sits or stands at his wheel and, after centring
and conditioning the spinning mould of clay,
he presses his thumb and fingers down into ||
the centre of the clay ball thus hollowing it},
put and forming a thick-sided vessel. Sup-
porting the outside wall of this vessel with
the crooked index finger of the right hand
and exerting an even pressure from the})
muscle with the left hand, at the same time }}
drawing upwards with both hands, he thins |}
out the walls and the completed shape comes |)
to life. Like all things which appear natural |;
and simple, “throwing” is extremely difficult
and requires many years to perfect.
When the pot is dry enough*to handle
easily (known as leather hard) it is inverted
and the foot is cut. At this stage, decoration
by incision in the raw clay or application of
coloured slips (thin liquid clay) is carried
out; also the fixing of handles, ete.
After careful drying the ware is put intc
the kiln for biscuit or first firing. Although
the ware has been completely dried and the
water of formation evaporated, the clay still
contains a small percentage of chemically
sombined moisture which must be driven off
by greater heat. This is one of many reasons
why the biscuit firing is essentially slow and
thorough. The kiln is lit from cold, and the
heat slowly built up to the requisite maturing
temperature of the particular body or clay |)
being used. }
After ‘cooling, the ware is taken from the \
kiln and made ready for glazing. The making

From 3 to 12 inches

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a potter's job and involves endless
broadly

part of

experiment and research. Glaze,

STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO,

such materials as feldspar, flint, Kaolin, Corn-
wall stone, ete., and coloured with oxides
such as iron, chrome, cobalt, rutile, ete. The
ware is immersed in the glaze liquid, or the
glaze is poured over or brushed on the ware | |S
and allowed to dry. It is then replaced in the |

kiln and fired for the second time. This is |
known as the glost or glaze firing.
Seeing an array of finished pots, beautiful

to look at, and satisfying to handle, it is}

natural for the layman to assume that potting |)
is a delightful, easy and altogether glorious |}
i







—— OS

NOW IN ST







A potter who is worth his salt and who |
does his utmost to produce work of quality |

does indeed get great joy and satisfaction in |}

so doing. That is his reward for all the}}

“blood, sweat and tears,’ the mental and |)

physical exhaustion of long firings and the |{

hazards of wind and weather during firing. |;

After devoting great care and patience on ||
weeks of work he must then subject his

efforts to the fire, which, in spite of expense lj

{and every care, can have disastrous results. it

It is a difficult and exacting job ard only|)

one who truly loves pots and has fznatical| }

enthusiasm for the craft could endure the |}

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| in White Only
| hazards which he must accept as part of the
day’s work. So, good luck to the few crafts-|
}men who believe in themselves and their |
craft and who are doing their best to create
beauty for all time—and earn dollars for
Scotland now.
| “Take Note !’—The Magazine of the Scot-
tish Tourist Board.

SIZES 14 TO I”



it has yet to be found. In 1946
United Kingdom scientists pro-
duced proguanil (paludrine)
which has proved to be an efficient

Floating Town |

°
| =

“MY ship is a self-contained town of more than

anti-malarial and does not cause) three thousand inhabitants with its restaurants, |

any

son under treatment with

unpleasant side-effects: Aj chons churches, library, surgeries, printi |
mosquito taking blood from a per- | uaa baths Ys SUPRGrAS, DED ee
this | - an

b and even a landscape gardener. |
The Master and he alone, is responsible.

drug, does not become infective or! make decisions, often quick decisions, rightly or

capable of transmitting the disease | wrongly, and stand by the consequences.

For the conquest of malaria, ex-
available, |

cellent
powerful

weapons are
insecticides to destroy

mosquitoes and efficient anti-ma-
It remains for en-
permit
the reasonable recurring annual |
expenditure and to train staff in
the performance of new and skill-

larial drugs.
lightened governments to _

ed duties.

®

Proceeds of conce:

and Band

ople's Theatre

And the
} job does not allow for many mistakes, even with
Yhe modern aids of Radar, radio telephone, radio-
»| grams and Standing Orders from the Ministry of |
Transport and the owners. Sometimes a decision
has to be made in a split second, sometimes there
is an opportunity to take a second opinion from
one of his trusted staff. Whatever the circumstances,
whatever grace he may have before he speaks—he
still speaks for himself.”
Yommodore C. M. Ford: Captain o ; e .

. tailing in iho Bees Secararniee sate fot Soa

—————









rt by Police No follow-on buses at peak now:

01 ind (3) apparent lack of interest!

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SIR.—About the proposed above could be utilized for art ex- regret that the Public Library “is
theatre subject which is “Of hibitions, plays, reading, lectures, so lacking in books which could
wreat interest to me and, I should music, ete.; the propased theatre easily raise the standard of spe-
inink. to a Large number ef people would be built on a suitable site cialised education.”
in |the eommunity instead Of jn the grounds and an interchange
ing on voluntary donations of interests and ideas encouraged
it not be possible to float and centralised. My dreams,

There wouid be no however, are turning into night-

of course, but if shares mares for now we hear that yet
s to ised study.

the Publie

I submit that it is impossible for
any library operating on a limited
budget to buy the text books to
cover several branches of special-
There is however, at
Library an actively

would
: I
aividaena

carried certain privileges I sug- another of those steel-sheds i

gest f instance that anyone be placed in our one and only : , ecwmae
he ten shares (say at a Park. It really is very regrettable operated syste m eo . pth
i) might buy a seat at that on the one site which is for Put shase”, and if “Accountan

vill let me know his specific needs
everything possible will be done
to supply them: for if Public

a fixed rate or a slightly cheaper capable of development and which
and be allowed to book that shoyld be preserved for beauty
before the play was and cultural life this atrocity is °° ) AS YP

the public and the going to be committed, The sjte Library pt "9 cate eae
iders. Any Society of the proposed theatre is the first PUSehas® ce eee?
res would have the consideration and the most im- \f May be possidie tc own ee

ting the theatre ‘portant ome for if it is not in a {om the Eastern Caribbgan Re-
days in the year in central position it will not serve sional Library










f
fc TT we
nm f course to the num- its purpose. D. A. WILES,
I of shares held, {n this way Public Librarian.
1 have \ real Please let us have some more
int vs theatre and a feel- Suggestions from your readers Please!
; ed to them and please Bridgetown Players,
Neville Connel and Norman Wood To The or The Ad 1
us convene a meeting as scon as it SIR cannot be allowed t
mn be arranged pass Voice of the n cer ol
G.M. WHITE. ¢} kan wikke he eae
Sinatra ind one wt he
Books ie very popular too!-——Ole Ma
To The Editor The Ad ute
SIR A correspondent whc This announcement havin
t ips ¢ ns himself “Accountant” in a made me my f1 seat the

which I had never heard him sing, $110 66
He murdered it.

Dear Frankie having completed
this act, I coughed and spluttered
my cup of tea as I heard the voice
of the announcer again. Said he:
“That is undoubtedly one of Frank

Total and supervision on the part oi
the management,

Could the management no‘
procure a temporary garage i:
the precincts of the city, so that
when there is a big crowd i}
the bus stand, a simple telephon

The fund is still open and fur-
ther subscriptions may be paid to
Mr. T. S. Chandler, Mr. Cariisie
Reid, or the Parochial Treasurer
and will be acknowledged in the

Sinatra's best recordings”. Press. z message could. cause :
Please, I beg on my knees, Mr. T. S. CHANDLER, neeay cou d cause one or two

Announcer, do not let me ever Churchwarden, oar buses to be sent? The same

hear his worst! !!! St. Peter. thing holds good for the country

where the owner lives; but first
Buses he must instal a telephone and!

employ an inspector, who cou

To the Editor, The Advocate— use his common sense and disc:
SIR.—As a daily user of the St. tion to inform the manager whet
George buses, may I be permitted and how many buses are needed |
Space to make a few remar By doing the management

oncerning the running of the would not have to put more busé

Route? These remarks I am about on the road than are necessary.

TREVOR GALE.

Fund

To The Editor The Advocate,
SIR,—The following are the re-

sults of the fund started by Mr.

t. S. Chandler, Churchwarden for

This



———

the a con i for the pur- to make are not meant to be
pose o elping ose persons g tive } . t I
nS destructive but rather construc- Hoping that this may ¢
whose houses were damaged in ¢ive yA ’ the ittentic 2 ‘all ‘ane
; the attention of all concerned,

the rains and stormy weather du- that ¢ i a 8
he lic will benefit from











ring 164¢ fd
ing 1949 The chief defects in the ru I ness-like syster 1
: iMess-i > Syste mâ„¢
aa? Pets ning of the route are: (1 Buse he r c e
evieus! collecte anh Geeta : i " , )
Gs.c $5 00 not running to proper time ; BONUS TVTS \
Mrs, G. McClear i ee
T zha 50 ar meen
an 1 oO eTTE i i dos i
3. D. Ag 7 @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom—~de—pivme, but un
24 accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored
Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week and readers
; 3 roe
e are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
be known to cai i
‘ ° the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-

ance of good faith.





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cATURDAY., APRIL 29, 1950

Trinidad

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Attorney





' Admitted To Local Bar

® mr. C.T.W.E. Worrell “Half Barbadian”

mR. C. T. W. E. WORRELL, first Crown Att
Trinidad, was yesterday admitted to the local Bar by the
Chiet Justice, His Honour Sir Allan Collymore.
the Court of Ordinary just before the business of

Jace in
the day began.
i

Choir Contest
Next Tuesday

AT QUEEN'S PARK

MeN Urtuans nave so tar en-
verea tor Ine Dingig
. ution WNicn will lane puace
Por clieeue ParK al (.dU O Lues-
mignt. It was tormeriy
seneduled for Monday night,
ne yudges will be Capt. C. E.
Raison, “ater Hopkins ana wir.
Geraia Huason waue Mr. Jonn
peckies, Muo.K., will act as



SAE CREW of the fishing boat
Lady Gracias, which capsized
at about 11.30 a.m. on Thursday,
were Bertie King of bath Village,
Kenneth Humphrey of Paradise
Village and Granville Lovelle of
st. Lawrence. They were all
prought ashore by another boat.
The Gracias is owned by Byron
Haddock of Bath Village, Christ

res LOSS of a bicycle valued
va $50 was reported by Oscar
Wiltshire of Bay Land, St.
- Michae). He reported that it was
removed from outside a house at
Cole’s Road, Carrington Village,
ednesday.
4 wn ORGE ROBERTS of the
© Salvation Army Hostel, Reed
‘Street, reported the loss of a
quantity of clothing valued $100
om a house at Alkins Road,
Carrington Village.
"AN ACCIDENT occurred on
5 Grange Road, St. Philip at
@bout 2.50 p.m. on Thursday be-
‘tween motor lorry M—1269,
» owned by Ralph Knight of Dash
© Road, Bank Hall and driven by
Alonza Taitt of Dr. Clarke’s Gap,
Bank Hall, and a motor car owned
and driven by Victor Jones, of
Old Post Office Road, St. George.
The radiator and right head-
lamp of the lorry, and the front
and rear left wheels of the car
were extensively damaged.
Jones and Mac Mahon, who was
\ @ passenger on the lorry, were
jured,




















CHLVIA BELGRAVE of Dayrells
Road reported the lg@ss of a
quantity of articles valued $16.72
from her residence recently.
COLLISION occurred at
Collins Road, St. Lucy, at
about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday be-
tween the motor lorry M—1458,
owned by Messrs. Perkins & Co.,
Ltd. Roebuck Street and driven
by Lawrence Williams of Passage
"Road, St. Michael, and the motor
“wan. E—73, owned and driven by
Gordon Humphrey of Boscobel, St.

The right front fender and
bumper of the van, and the right
front fender, bumper and head-
lamp of the lorry were damaged.

Victoria Bridge
Footpath Opened
For Safety Of Pedestrians

|

The six-foot wide footpath
over the Victoria Bridge was
opened for the first time on

Thursday.

The footpath was erected to
keep pedestrians off the roadway,
and so speed up the volume of
traffic over the bridge, and also
for the safety of pedestrians.
Some could be seen yesterday
Strolling carelessly over the
bridge without paying the slight-
est attention to the path.

ring the first five minutes
after midday, 35 pedestrians made
use of the footpath while 41
walked either on the left or right
of the roadway, which is now
Strictly for vehicles,

About three persons can cross

the footpath abreast, A light has
Placed at each end. These
illuminate both the bridge and
footpath. Both entrances to

@ path are cemented, while the

— over the water is of

A few yards away from the
Victoria Bridge — in Trafalgar
luare—a pavement is at present
being erected for passengers

ting from buses,

Tt will be about five feet wide
and will be built with a railing,
Which wil] brevent passengers
Who alight from buses, from

ne into the path of other
ic,











PETITION GRANTED

IN THE Court of Ordinary yes-
I Y His Honour ‘the | Chiet
Uudge Sranted the petition of
Gaumonte nae of Ellerton, St,
George, or le ini -
sition ‘te ters of administra



the estate of his father
ng late of Ellerton, St.
Mn » deceased.
ar. Walwyn instructed by
; ts. Carrington & Sealy, Soli-
% Ht zeeared on behalf of the
PB Wills of the following were
, to probate, .
ie . Haynes, William
te. . que on Farnum,
en reaves, Miriam Jack-
ee (St. Michael); Eliza Phil-
Ps (St George); Samuel Arm-
g = Lucy).
application by Mr. L. E. R.
ne of Messrs. Cottle Catford &
9., Solicitors, for resealing the
te of the will of F’orence
9 Cooper late of Bath. Eng-
» Was franted,

What's on Today

Yacht Racing, Carlisle Bay,
at 2.30 pm.

Football at Kensington at
00 p.m

Bac

oe Ball at Modern High
School at 5.00 P.m,

lidar:



ormey in

sabe

This took

Mr. Worrell who is the son
of a Barbadian, was intro-
duced by the Solicitor General
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.

Mr. Reece said:

May it please Your Honour,
before the business of the day
begins, I ask leave to introduce to
this Honourable Court, Mr, C. T,
W. E. Worrell, Barrister-at-Law.

Mr. Worrell was a Trinidad
scholar and was called to the Bar
by the Honourable Society of
Gray’s Inn in the year 1916. On
his return to the West Indies, he
practised at the Bar of Trinidad
until he entered the service of the
Crown in that colony. Today he
is the First Crown Attorney in
the island of Trinidad, j

His ability and the manner in
which he has discharged his
duties both as a practitioner and
as Crown Attorney, gained for
him the respect and esteem of tha
Bar in Trinidad and indeed the
Bar of the entire West Indies.

He is a West Indian of whom
we can justly be proud, and it
can truly be said that he has
maintained the highest traditions
of the Bar,

We Barbadians take pride in
the fact that he is the son of a
Barbadian, and we would like to
think that part of his success is
attributable to the fact that he
has inherited from his father, the
native shrewdness with which
every Barbadian is blessed.

T have pleasure in asking Your
Honour to admit him as a mem-
ber of the Bar in Barbados,

Welcomed

His Honour said: Mr. Worrell,
we have known each other for
many a year now, and I for the
Bench welcome you to the Bar of
Barbados on your introduction by
the Learned Solicitor General,

T was unaware of the fact that
you really are half a Barbadian,
but that makes it all the more
fitting that you should be intro-
duced and admitted to the Bar of
this island.

I know that it is not your inten-
tion to practise in the Courts of
this island, but from now you are
entitled to do so and I wish you

luck,
The Reply
Mr. Worrell said: I thank Your
Honour exceedingly, and I should
like to assure my colleagues at the
Bar that I do not intend, for the
moment at any rate, to enter into
competition with them.

New Found
Way To End
Unemployment

The fear of widespread unem-
ployment, both actual and poten-
tial, is one that haunts many
governments and in the B.B.C’s
“Radio News Reel” Don Jamie-
son explained how it has been
tackled recently in Canada’s new
province of Newfoundland, Un-
employment there has been
caused by the failure of the fish-
ing industry in some areas and
decreased export of newsprint to
Great Britain. The Government
decided that men could not be
left to waste in indefinite idle-
ness, decaying in mind and body,

and sent out an appeal to all
Newfoundlanders to examine
their communities and determine
what could be done to better
them. Thousands of suggestions
poured in from every section of
the population. Many ideas for
communal betterment were of
great value and have been put
into practice. The unemployed

have rebuilt schools and beauti-
fied their grounds, made chil-
dren’s playgrounds on sites where
only mud and rubble were before,
resurfaced roads long since sur-
rendered to the rut and the pot-
hole, installed intereommunity
telephone circuits, cut and hauled
firewood for the old and_ sick,
repaired windows, houses, reno-
vated community water systems
and brought about hundreds oi
other much needed improvements.

The cost has been low for
under this unemployment scheme
the men work one day for nothing
and one day for which they are
paid by the government at exist-
ing rates. While the total pay
they take home each week is only
half what it weuld be if they were
normally employed it is, even so,
twice as much as it would be if
they received only unemployment
pay. By the end of the winter,
when regular sources of employ-
ment are again in being, the Gov-
ernment will have spent some-
thing like a million dollars, while
the good work accomplished will
be worth much more than that.
The project could not have suc-
ceeded in such admirable meas-
ure had it not been for thg co-
operation of the workers¥’who
have displayed a most admirable
community spirit. Newfound-
landers dislike taking Govern-
ment money without working for
it and this new scheme of self
help has enabled them to con-
tinue working and so avoid the
stigma which many of them feel
to be associated with outright
relief.



CAREENAGE—A
HIVE OF INDUSTRY

Lorries moving to and
waterfront workers and lorry
hands removing the sugar from
platform to lighters, the chopping
of heavy oars in water and vari-
ous other noises made the inner
basin of the Careenage a hive of
industry yesterday

At one time during the day,
some 39 lorries surrounded the
inner basin. Some of them were
being unloaded, while others were
just awaiting their turn to be rid
of their loads :

This rush in the shipping of
was made to complete the

fro,

sugar :
Inading of the two steamships
Queen Ann and Johilla. hich
re loading for London and Liver-
pool respective

Bot hig vere here fron
early this week and are exnecte
to leave ground the week-end
They are loading a total of 9,o0u

ions of sugar.



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OS ADVOCATE

‘a ISTERDAM” one of the pictures by artist Wm. VAN YPEREN, on view at today’s exhibition

at the Museum.



U.S. Market For | Decree Absolute
Local Woodwork |

Joiners Meet Today To Hear Scheme |

MR. RONALD TREE of St. James, who is a British;

resident of Barbados, thinks

that there is a market in the!

U.S.A. for items of furniture of a certain type manufactured
in mahogany and other choice woods, whereby much |
needed dollars may be earned for the island.

He is convinced that not only have we the materials for ;
producing these articles, but that Barbados also has the |

craftsmen, who, by encouragement and assistance, would be
capable of producing work of the high standard that would
be required by purchasers in

At this very moment, he is
looking for articles which are
likely to command a big market
in America, and which are suit-
able for production in Barbados.
Reports indicate that already
there are buyers in the U.S.A.
who are interested in seeing our
vroducts,

Joiners Meet To-day
Messrs. C. F. Harrison and Co.,

Ltd., are organising a scheme
whi h originated with Mr. Ronald
Tree and Mr, R. B. Moulder, Man-
ager of their furniture department
and responsible for the organising
and production end, who will be
introducing the scheme to joiners
at a meeting at the Combermere
School Hall this morning at 9
o'clock.

Mr. Moulder told the “Advocate”
yesterday that the primary ob-
ject of the scheme is to create an
outlet in the States for the wood-
working industry in Barbados, not
confining the production of furni-
ture to one or two firms only.

He said that the way to organise
the work was that Harrison’s |
workshop should fabricate parts
from their own stock of wood and
on their own machines, and issue
them to joiners for assembling and
finishing in their homes.



No Sawing, No Planing ;
In that way, they could be
sure that cured wood was used
and the joiner had the obvious
advantages of having no sawing
and planing to do himself, and
no money to expend on material.
Furthermore, he said that
joiners who did not possess jig-
saws or lathes, could still partic-
ipate in the scheme because the |
preliminary shaping would have
been done for them
When the work had been assem-
bled, it would be returned to thei
factory where staining, polishing }
and finishing would be carried out
by mechanical means, so that a
standard finish would be achieved.
If orders did materialise; it
would be a golden opportunity :



Barbados to build up an important
secondary industry, but the success
of the scheme depended entirely
on the joiners turning out accurate
work and keeping strictly to deliv-
ery dates.

This way of organising produc-
tion could be extended to the local
markets, because it would be a
simple matter for Harrison’s to get
out parts for chairs and tables,
keep them in stock and issue them
from time to time to joiners for
assembling and finishing.

Highest Standard

There was, however, one ex-
tremely important fact that
must always be borne in mind if
the scheme, once started, was to
continue in operation. The
standard of workmanship must
be of the highest and it must be
clearly understood that no work
would be accepted which did not
reach the standard required, and
no compensation would be paid
for work that was rejected.

It was therefore essential that
every joiner who wished to benefit
by the scheme. should be abso-
lutely certain that his workman-
ship was of the nighest standard
and he must, in every case, put
pride of workmanship above all
else, for the moment he allowed
monetary considerations be upper-
most in his mind, then his work
would suffer.

Mr. Moulder said that the pres-
ent furniture trade in the island
was still quite a good one. and
plenty of work was being done,
but now that they could not import
cheap hardwood chairs from
Canada, through lack of dollars,
there was the need for the local
production of cheaper furniture.

While the cost of imported lum-
ber remained high, there was no
way of achieving that unless
British Guiana could supply cheap |
and reliable lumber for this pur-
pose.



‘au sealing
*
Bible Society |
.
Meeting |
The, annual meeting of thej
Barbados Auxiliary of the British}

and Foreign Bible Society will be
held at the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday |

at

néxt, May 2nd ommencing 8.30
His Excellency the Governor

pre e, the hief speaker will

the Rev. J. Innes the
District Secretary and the meeting

will conclude with the Sound Film
The House of the Book.”



the United States.

IMPORTS —
YESTERDAY

About 1,400 loose coconuts, 800
loose and 3 packages of fresh
fruit, 24 cords of firewood, and
32 posts arrived here frem Domi-
nica by the Emeralda yesterday

Forty-four mules, i4 horses
and 14 donkeys were brought to
the island yesterday from Nevis
or the schooner E. M, Tannis.

Some of the animals were in
the hatch others on deck. They
were fed for the two and a half
days of the voyage on green
fodder, which had dried by thé
time the vessel reached port.

The rest of the Tannis’ cargo

consisted of 55 empty rum hogs-
head from St. Kitts,



Pronounced

HIS HONOUR the Chief Judge
in the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes, yesterday
pronounced decree absolute in
the suit of L. Gaskin (Petitioner)
and O. Gaskin (Respondent).

In this suit decree nisi was
pronounced on February 3, 1950.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solici-
tor General, instructed by Messrs.
Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors ap-
peared for the Petitioner

There was no order as to costs.

The Chief Judge also granted
decree nisi in the suit of M. T
Arthur (Petitioner) and L. C.
Arthur (Respondent).

The Court ordered that costs in
the lower scale be borne by th2
Respondent and that the two chil-
dren of the union be in the cus-
tody of the Petitioner

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed
by Messrs. G. L. W. Clarke & Co,
So'tcitors, appeared for the Peti-
tioner.



STOLE DRILL AND PECK

Harold labourer

Harvey a ol
no fixed place of abode was
brought before His Worship Mr
E. A. McLeod yesterday an

charged with the larceny on April
21 of one drill and a peck valued
at $9.00 the property of Ernest Hill
of Fontabelle

The
May 10

case was adjourned unti





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Exhibits
At Museum

Mr. William Van Yperen, a
visiting Dutch Artist is hoiding a
show of his work at the Museum
Which opens to-day, and closes on
9th May. The exhibition com-
prises water-colours of local scenes
as well as of Holland, Surinam,
British Guiana and Trinidad, and
gouaches, pencil drawings and oils
executed with painstaking skill.

The artist studied in Rotterdam,
and worked for a time in Holland.
He iater spent 20 years in France,
living in Paris, the South of
France and North Africa. During
that time he changed from an ex-
pressionist painter to a realist. He
returned to Holland two years be-
fore the outbreak of war, and
worked in Amsterdam painting out
of doors. For the duration of the
war he was in Amsterdam and
Rotterdam, where he painted
these bombed cities. During the
German occupation of Holland, no
artist was allowed to hold a pub-
lie exhibition of his works after
1941, but Mr. Van Yperen con-
tinued to paint out of doors, often
by night. In 1948, he left Hol-
land, he has since. been living and
working in Surinam, British Gui-
ana and Trinidad. He ‘is now en
route for Haiti and the United
States.

The artist has held many ex-
hibitions of his works, especially
in Paris and Amsterdam.



During his stay in the South of
France the artist met Miss Matti
Buchman, a sculptor, whom he
afterwards married in Amster-
dam. Miss Matti Buchman is
showing some examples of her
work at her husband's exhibition
She studied in Florence and Paris
and has held exhibitions of her



|

work in Paris, Venice and Berlin. |
Whilst in Surinam, she completed |

for Mr, and Mrs. de la Fluente ;
memorial to their son, who was
killed in an air crash,



| 25 YEARS AGO

| (Barbados “Advocate: April 29
| 1925)

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ene wil re = on MONDAY ist May_<¢ Apply by letter to Ge Manager| received ‘and are on sale at the C ial Se 5 Cline Gin tad :
: ARET CLINTON who} â„¢ mises at ROCK HALL VW ILLAGE Knights Ltda 25 4.50 e n } a Sct (ee
% to Miss ee ixth birthday to-day | i ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land | formation Bureau at the Pier Hea raat ah ace tac ant ac —_ FOR COMFORT se
Ps corse blossom flower, | pa " wall building at present used as a| Young for our office Apply by The Advocate Stationery . eee. t
ey | » HOUSE—ATHLONE-on-Sea Fontabelle| 22, ,7°Om—Wh ch can easily be con-| letter in person. STANFIEL! i aca Ra ae oe Tee . a Bae
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’ Gallery and all moderr | Dial 2947 ARCHER McKENZIE, Hamilton, Worthing View Gap Messrs. Roberts and Company LOS FOR SAFETY cane“
—————— « : i The ‘larger flat has ” See. 29.4.50-In S.P.c.K, = ty
—— sGrooms, ‘dining room, drawing room ee i 5 a
f Electric light, telept gata a oe [aPUEEREEeee PARTNER to invest three to four thou The price is 48c. er, COPY. 28.4.50.—2n
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bo __FRANCES IRENE. Last nigh | P.one Mrs. Cho eee | ft ae Le sell on MONDAY 1-:| P.E.K. C/o Advocate Advertising Dept
‘ miter essence Worthing view. Ths) |— 29.4.50—2n|2 p.m. the followings non nett) Inde 29.4.50—m APPLICATIONS are invited for the posi of Clerk at the Oistin’s
ate Qi Ladies | eens. |
funeral, lates @ for Worthing View| APARTMENT —One furnished apart tat sliver thas Cad eny ee Fe dang =
evening “hrist! Ment at Cc 8 e ‘ in ages : ; : :
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urn cometary, w, Esme Evelyn, \ 8134 Alma Lashley. ee gla| pd many other items of interest.| ASSISTANT FACTORY ENGINEER | minable by one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of
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: one 29.4.50. | ; oe iy also Flut, facing sea ma DARCY A. SCOTT, esident at Roseau Factory, St. “cic ae 5 af
out astings, furnished from May is! Gov. Auctions qbplicant must have had at least 3 yeor 3. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- The New MORRIS Six is « car with a brilliant performance . . . due tots”
cere ‘PH NATHANIEL. His \ comforts, English baths with heat 28.4,50—3n ugar ctory experience, preferably | per; - wi ~ tuatt gic’. staves} is race
leave his late residency ers, telephones, verandahs, no | ore: amd be bebwaenstinecmes of 3 perience, together w ith COPIES « f testimonials, sh ould be addressed powerful overhead camshaft six-cylinder engine. It is a car of beautiful,
: otto. this eve evening for the Westbury | ” Seal 31.3-50-t-£.0 | REAL ESTATE aan on itr dell kee ome to the Director of Agriculture and will be accepted up to 4 p.m. on comfort . . . all seats are within the wheelbase and the deep
4 and friends ar« LT SUPP! Ss lor 5 . 5 > 5 9
4 cometer Relatives Be erase. , Upstairs fat with 3 bedrooms oa sa we ins. given. every ssar-| Monday, the 15th of May, 1950. 28.4.50.—2n. is resiliently sprung. It is a safe car . . . independent front”
; E water th Por NGAL at Nav ardens. S' t §
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te Beryl ter, Joseph Nathaniel Cte nree Bedrooms} \pplicant must supply testimonial. an: ae
Rita cic) Staente--Wateon! 28.4.50—t.t.n. | yma All weodern, convenien- | ‘ate present salary and salary expected. } . ‘smooth stopping, wide clear vision gives full views of road and traffic, and:
, Ri ~ | oe Tui ees, lawns. A’ applications t i i
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! turnist Mansion, full Oo 4p.m twoseau Co. Ltd., St. Lucia, B.W.I. | ,
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: OR SALE | ——. 29.4.50—20 | nd. “Grod Ser beenin® S08 Very cool FACTORY CHEMIST | © ty, long life
VI < Sea-bav4ing, 3 bedropms, Situation vacant for Su Factox » M ‘ ey ‘i ne
F months, JEW —Government Hill, fo teh 4 ree-Room_ujutairs, 3 rooms, | Chemist resident at Rosema. Factory. eAtasD aaalta ore
ei Hut _ July to October Apply F. aa cre and Gallery downstairs | St. Lacia, but also in charge of chemic: “ANZ LINF) The M.V. “Daerwood". will | i
eee 28.4.50—4r | oe z - cdi ; ye writing Address | control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Lucia S.S. “DEVON” is expected to ar- accept Cargo and Passengers for |
AUTOMOTIVE ~ HOUSE—Fulk luna ourne, Melbourne, Hastings. | about three miles distant | by motor] ‘ive at Trinidad from Australian ports St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada
A patent furnished house in firs 29.4.50—2n | ruad. Applicant must have had at. least} sbout 20th May, Aruba, date of sailing will be | |
CAR: Porta coma omer, | (OU. 8 bedrooms. 2 living rocige \lut.| | “CASVILLEY Navy Gardens Chis | ‘ng Sa™s, Eactory experience, preferabl:| S.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Port||! fiven i]
senger in good order.| om...” yA" + 2 living rooms, usuz - on y ardens, hris | more, and be between the ages of 25| ‘‘!rie April 29th, Adelaide May 5th, Mel-
By erice for quick Sale. Phone thee , From July Ist 1950 to January} Shh. Three bedroom. bimgalow | and 40 years, Partly furnished 5 |. orne, May 18th. Sydney, May 26th, Bris- The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept Hl
A 149. 28.4.50—Tn'| poy we outite for full particulars to ne on 8,241 sq. feet land. Can be bungalow supplied and 3 months long; )*™¢, June 7th, arriving at Trinidad Cargo ind Py ce for li
| x XX, C/o Advocate Co SS Ao) ye i Ny ie by appointment. | eave home given every 3 years with} ‘Pout 4th July, Barbados about July 9th. Dominica, Antigua, rvat, {|
he “CAR-One Hillman Car for $350. E.| 29.4 .50—2y a ierce. Phone 3348 or] essmges paid for self and wife. Appli These vessels have ample space for St; Kilte-Nevis, date. of. eailine. IVi
4 Bicycle Repairer, James St. HOUSF—“Russ-incUn ; 28.4.50—T™ | scnt must supply testimonials and state | “Milled, hard frozen and general cargo will be given "
Jordan 29.4. 50—2n Wridgstow: Ry o n-Urbe or —— ——— resent salary and. salary expected Cargo accepted on through bills of |
\ 1 wn From June 198 ) Large Storey Stone Applications to bi Aawessie The lading wit: tramshipment ai Trinidad |
a1 10 hp. 1946 Model $500.00 feel Villa Angela, next door Building with Shop and Bakery Resse Co Led st ery B wir » British Guiana, Barbados, Windward |
‘ CARFiat 1 ssion May 11th ts ‘ng on 1/2 acre land which is run ir f L , "98 4.50- & ae Islands.
2 Good running order, posses 29. 9 50—2n “LABOUR DD aa \ tenentry. Government water & Li ights adc For further particulars apply:— B.W.I. Schooner Owners’ |
Phone S754 - - | ae rong BLESS” —Arthur Seat, St om alled situate at Clapham Land, Flag a URNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTD Association (Ine.) |
ee keut Morris 8 H.P. is . . a odern residence, compris Staft Road, overlooking sea and countr: MISCELLANEOUS Agents Trinidad.
: CAR My i Aueis, to AL 8) tee Bfcrooms with Wash basins, draw | ;)o ct. Next to Highgate’s new tenan DA COSTA & CO. LTD., Tel. 4047,
‘Motor sTnabbs, St. Lucy or A. G.| room at oe rooms, servant ° Mr cg particulars appiy on premises} LIQUOR LICENSE by 30th June. Agents Barbados, |



spacious yard an I J. St. Hill owner i. E. Taylor Ltd., Coleridge Sireet
trees. Electric light 29.4.50: Jial 4100. 28.4.50—2n
For particulars dial 255 GPETNA G a : â„¢

REEN situated at

————— 1m to 5 p.m. (Sunday excenie e Mas. | BOTTLES—Wh Tiel clad le |
; ‘CAR—Hillman 0 H.P 1939, ‘Good ay excepted t ; on s hiie 3 gill beer bottle e
y Price Peoria Ring 396? 29.4.50—3n | +n eee standing on 8,250 sq. ft. land.| with cartons in good condition 36c eact |
7 ten. 28,4.50—3n | as, — ¢ building contains three bedrooms, | Carton Hanchell Larsen & Co., Ltd 0.
P MARKHAM—On the Sea Hastings, | O° and Dining Rooms, Pantry, 29.4.50—3n
& | Kite hy |
. FORD ENGINE; One V-8 Ford engine | with an) modern conveniences. Gas in-| St John Dial 8484 or 3306, "





Mount Standfast, St. James, orchard of fruit
Husbands, 27.4.50—3n.. | throughout.







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a rord onan | 14iShed or unfurnished 3 bedrone® D, Out offices etc. Apply: V
radiator in good condition, axle.) ctatied for cookir 29.4.50

i i ng. Apply: Elise Cour
shaft, ring-gear and pinion, and | jr, ostings. ‘PP ea py sialic els a 2 is eee ee

in LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE
eS arts. Enquire Auto Tyre Com-
pany,

LAND--2 roods, 1 Perch of l Th a li i i f
2 at > 9698. Es, : cea reh « and situ he application of Elise Trotman
Beeager. Street + Fea sot f.n. ONE LARGE HOUSE and Apartment ated at Hoytes Village, St. James. Apply | kolder of Liquor License No. 826 of 1950,

on the sea St. Lawrence, fully Aenigeld to Mrs. Ivan King, The Garden St. | granted to her in respect of bottom floo

NEW YORK SERVICE
sails Arr. =) gee.

88 “BYFIORD" eecseess Th ADB” 11th April FORT ROYAL GARAGE itp

28th April th May

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—— | Dial 8357 8 4 5 James 29.4.50—in | cf Canadian Club, St. Mi 1, for -
SSIS, 3 tons, for | 25.4.50-—t.f n 9 i anadian Club, St. Michael, for per
1980 BEDFORD CHA ‘ ee a fdlh ientsia tics seca teeming Tone ST LFIGHOON een | mission to use said Liquor License at
F immediate delivery, $2,950 ms is “| “OLIVEDALE,

Garage, Dial 4616. in Marine



“LEIGHTON” — Situs ca t
Small mod } be ‘uate in Passage} bottom floor of a 2-storey wall and
dens, furnished, ae 4 ps BH be pe nny Rn AtO, “ont Nt). wooden en tae
months, from middle or wolr Dated this 27th day of April 1950.
; ‘USED CARS & TRUCKS—At bargain moderate rent. Phone 365 5) U™* te» tee a. is mp of stone and con-|D. D. MORRIS Esq .
many mak‘ rae r x allery, rawing, dining, sitting Ag. Police Mag e “1m
& Edwards. 27.4,50—4n. 29.4.50-—-2n | and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen, ‘ Siened “Miia TROTMAN,



NEW ORLEANS SERVICE

= a Phone 2385 Distributors Phone “4504

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dered at a Licensing Court to be held SOUTHBUUND
at Police Court, District “A”, on Monday

the 8th day of May, 1960, at 11 o'clock,

and 5 p.m
nd airy Also suitable fo The above will be set

Immediate possession Apply| Public Competition at



Two (2) second han
suitable for tuition, appir
to The Bornn Bay Rum Co.

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Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados

THANT BROS Dial 3533 Business hours} Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday

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28.4.50—8n, | ©" 4158 on Sundays 29.4.50—2n| the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m " D. D. MORRIS, TOU CAN Rave.
S.S. “Alcoa Pilgrim” April 28th May Ist
S.S. “Alcoa Pennant May 12th May 15th



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FOR SALE | Mir. Peasant



Police Magistrate, Dist A A s URED
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HYDRAULIC TIPPING BODY. New, | RESIDENCE of Mr, P. C. S. Maffel CARRINGTON & SEALY ae See

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wwallable.from stock $800.00, 4 cubic|/\ Peautiful imposing building over- Sioticitors
yards capacity—Courtesy Garage, D tended site of Blue Wate qi $0—12n
28.4.50—3n e aters Hotel. Newly _ Shi i alae fa -
#16. mets) with. “linen oy pa complete PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners OFFICIAL NOTICE | Naene: A ae Arrives Barbados particulars apply Ky Ri UNITED INVESTORS co.
; i an cutlery tudebaker | Hill consisting of double roofed hous S. “Alcoa P nt i ‘or St River Ports | ; : ; ae
FLECTRICAL Car if required. From May Ist for four | shed and kitchen together with 1 —— lB ARBADUS |s s deabreaut an hi ares Halif F | Hunte & Co., Ltd Dial LIMITED <=
——_— -. i ; months. For further particulars | of land Price $2000.00. The above can | IN THE ISTANT COURT of APPEAL i A Bai , ice River Port | 2 "tran 3) " aoe ,
FLECTRICAL, — Immersion Heaters | {PplY to owner, Phone 2787 of 8239 afte: | be purchased on terms, Half of the | (Equitable Jurisdiction) S.S. “Alcoa Puritan May 1st . Matin) a Insurance Underwriters” —
y rm your water for shaving 20.4.50—10n | amount must be ‘ ing CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS AND . 4611.
‘These will warm ) a a: Paid when purchas ng | ee Marhill Street
diy a jiffy. Droz: in and see them 7 things @ Jano, {Same. For further particulars ly t GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN bn pera } 26,4.50.—6 aaoanet
' John F. Hutson Limited t RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large} D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine ee at Plaintiffs Apply: DACOSTA & CO TD.—Can adian Servive } ™ “OVS n. City
, “ de 2 : ae c n eee —e , I y, é » a adian :
29.4.50—3n | PCTOOrs.- cores Stra beeeaee 2) Qo | dial 3743. aA tn | eS ONG: of iNew Yom Le ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service | \
ee 0—6 ey | refer
| Acting herein by ERNEST ed verenaicliiin ;
THE FOLLY on Sea, St. J fully |. || MOTTLEY her c od Att | — $< re
Y FURNITURE , ames, fully Ts undi a E her constituted Attorney
furnished. Linen if required. Preferabl ersigmed will offer for age to IN pursuance of an Order in this “ \
i FURNITURE —«1) Kitchen Cabinet & | ong term Apply Mrs, Manning. Te a oe Steen at 1 office James| Court in ahove actich made on nis | H ARRISON IN | | SPEC IALIST IN ‘HIGH GRADE PROPERTY wotee
hte Thence oF oy phone 91-09 28.4.50—3 ree r own, on iday the 12th' 22nd day of February 1950, I give notice /
Bim ae Aas Hector, Ge | moe ————" | Na, 180, at 2 Bom. 1 acre 2'Foods 6 2/°| fo atl persons having any esate,” Tih . L kK DIXON & BLADON —
oy ” on ,) |
“WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, _| perches of land at Maxwell, near Top| or interest in or any lien incumbrance none
| NEOUS months of May, Tune. na etiilee Oot ae ek 8 land whici | effecting All that certain piec oon Poe | JOHN M. BLADON conta
U. Apply: Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-| 5 on the public roa as a frontare of land situate at Fairfield in ne | RE IST : Gis. T NE a none RVEYOR ee
MCELLANEOUS ear eres 20.4.50-—-mn_ | 98 feet, and faces the bungalow recently | P-rish of Saint Michael in. this Tsland OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: | EAL, ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONSS u naian =
BABY'S CARRY-COT—Englisi made, | —————=—= ae by ae M. L. Harrison conte oe See oe | Phone 4640 Plantations Building.
Inge size Cream American cloth, padded | or further particulars and condition eS ne rousand — re red ape)? Due ai
tress. As new, $12.00 BE: ’ ~ r Ypres | Of sale apply to nine square feet be the same more o |
eae Pai GR gl Naat PURLEC WO Ticks HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, ore, SNES Se oneness ane Lee Vessel From Leaves 3arbados |
. Leacock 8322. 25.4,.50—3n. i Solicitors, € 6 Plantation. ca the Public Roa sO > ‘ . ” 7 9
BS ee meee NOTICE bis ial James Street.} (icq Fairfield Rbad aforesaid and on| SS. “RIVERCREST London 7th April 29th cy For
| BRAD & GO-CART in good con- cea the public road called Wavell avenue o | S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool 19th April Ist ay r yard eis
t ion can be seen at Mrs. M. G. Adams, ee ee ee wee | however Ilse the same may butt 3a. STA ” 3r ay 17th May | '
- Culloden Rd., Ci.viston Gap. PARISH OF 8T. PETER _LAND—1480 sq. ft. of land with} bound Daina Besous “aan Bk acca) ee LORD GLADSTONE London 3rd Ma th
2 yer M 0th M
29.4.50—2n{ Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians} Chattel dwellinghouse thereon, situate| of their said claims with their witnesses, | S.S. “ADVISER Liverpool Oth May rere | “ ,
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse | #! the corner of Wellington Street, a1 uments and vouchers, to be examined} $.S, “TEMPLE ARCH” London 10th Ma) 29th May
y qi : ;
FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson | capable of taking charge of Midwifery; ‘ine Street, Bridgetown, ; by me on any Tuesday, or Frida be- , Ce | You have to go far to beat our Prices
parable Forest Green Sun Proot | cases. _Inspection on application to t een the hours o (noon) and HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
$ 0 White and colours, special . lary $55.0 per month. ‘ Tena Mrs. Florence Linton } the after a00n, t the Office
fimers, distempers Paints $6.84 gin. Applicants must present themselves he property will be set up for sal of tt ‘lerk of the Assistant rt < ann _ ™ oses i Jarbados r y
; $3.59 gin. They are Here. with Birth Certificate and credentials to} by Public Competition at our Offic: Appe the Court House Br ED pea ie a rie Vessel “ For iene Barbados r LD CENT RAL EMPORIUM
D \ BARNES & Co., Ltd. the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,” | James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday | before the 3rd day of May 1950, in order | 5,8. “ATLANTIAN London ith M
25.4,50—13n/ St. Peter on or before April 29th up to] 4th May 1950 at 2 p.m. that such claims may be ranked ac-1$.S, “COMEDIAN” Liverpool 10th May Bioad = Stre
10 a.m YEARWOOD & BOYCE ding to the nature and priority there j bt .
i ON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iro: Signed G. S. CORBIN, Solicitors i See ore Oran eee Pane For further particulars < y
9 a. vil > precl Yr yenefit o articulars apply to
é windows complete with shutters. Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, 29.4.50—5r ill be precluded from the benefi of | I P 2S nF
@ft x 4ft. Suitable for garage or 22.4.50—9n a ri » said Decree, and be deprived of ali | i, - =
» Enquire Gardiner Austin’s Build- “ALCOTT’—Situate at the Stream Chadian eee eae Beoe id DA COSTA & co., LTD—Agents. 1 F \VOURITES OF THE WEEK . sha yh et
ee Fieptations Ltd. Broad NOTICE OF TRADE MARK Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236] jst attend the said Court on Wednes- | 1 i ino - * _— <
ne "496. BEE be eho ae Feet of land, with right of way jay the 3rd day of May 1950, at 10] - : - me For MEN: Ma Sa0s
25.3.0" ‘ ‘oO orthing Beach. o'clock a.m. when their said claim ee I= = Sasa as LEATHER SOLE S.i0&S (Black or Brown).......
OSQUITO NETS, Wall Mirror, Rugs ean Jpe jhouse contains gallery, drawing | \ iil be ranked. sd 1) WI Hi ) ror LADIES :— atune
a ’ SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED of nd ining rocm, three bedroom: Given under my hand this 22nd day dL Ate 7aA7 I ‘ Pt) a R F J
7 oo Woolfe, Moments, he ey Densom Lane, Hull, Yorkshire, Dngland.| Pantry, kitchen and usual out-offices.} ot February 1950. tKS BARBADOS CHORAL Qt] Sh NEW ARRIY ALS I} em PL ata M CALIFORNIANS (White or Black) . $6.70 (
4 > ke 4 "| hereby give notice:—that they are the| Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard I. V. GILKES. + on SOCIETY ( {{ . : { i} For G . {
: PAINTS—1.C.1. Special offer Gloss Proprietors of the DELMA word trade] _ Inspection on application to the tenant Ae. Clerk of the Assistant Court o ; {| 59) (Dow Caace, ‘ sds, Si { BALLERI NAS (Black or Red) Sizes: 10-—2 . ~$ 1.65
Al per’ ¢: atte nies Pa a mark in respect of “Face Creams (being Mrs. Watkins every day (excep Appeal 28.2.50—Sn ( Practices will | be resumed at {i 1))) i Dow ie as i) | { THE SHOPS WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES FARTHER !
A. BARNES & C Lid, Toilet Preparations)"; that the trade| Sundays) between the hours of 3 and eee the Cathedral Church House as (1) {\t)
aa es 25 4.50—13n | Mark is usually impressed or otherwise 6 cg na nt yi Tuesday, 9th as os HHH} ) “NEWSAM & co. \)))
720" “| displayed on the packages containing above will be set up for sale at +. p.m. 29.4.50—I1n \ 1 ))"
SAND—Genuine Land Sand, can be| ‘he g00ds; that the trade mark is regis- public competition at our Office in Lucas OFFICIAL SALE ia i ee ek y ) } THE BRIVISA #1 SHOE CO., LTD. }
any part of the island. Cor tered in the Register of Trade Marks i on Friday the 5th of May 1950 at 3ARBADOS ee
y fi a i > i p.m. oa . .
D, Mahon, Belleplaine, . parew. ot oe ee atiin ere tas Weacte Wnaies CARRINGTON & SEALY IN THE ASSISTANT COURT of APPEAL] ) <== = a SE
oe 7 ; | (Equitable Jurisdifiion) j x re
Journal dated 26th May, 1920. Solicitors “Y i \ ORIEN il AL 3 s 3
TOYS—Herrison’s Toy Dept. has just} All persons are hereby warned agbinst 28.4.50—7n See ecie CEATINGH Ais tor For MARL, SAND, a 4 SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.
da men: z the infringement of the said trade mark oF i ——— ee
der cement of rubber rotate ry Bisig nigger yi Seer ry All THAT certain messuage or store! soma toNG of New Youn ntfs GARDEN MOULD, GOODS !! FSS —— FEF PLES DDD D FFL L
beautiful marbles at very reasonable } The Trade Mark is a trade mark known as ao 46 moawuck Street stand- ? : "Defendan' { ~~ 9® .
« Drop in, won't you? It's always} Within the meaning of Section 16 (1) (ay ing on a gs te of land The Acting herein by ERNEST DEIGHTON and LIME } CURIOS JEWELLERY }
rie pa : at Al nf 1896) PUilding has been recently remodelled , ‘ aan } 5s, Jk “ 4 ,
ving a visit to C. F of the Merchandise Marks Act c Ey , MOTTLEY her constituted Atioryvey {i S ae i.
arison & Co. 27.4.50—3n. | of the Island of Barbados. and renovated. Inspection on ayplica-| “NOTICE is hereby given that b§ virtue Dial 4503 | BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
——__—_—_——. | SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED. | ton to the undersigned. of an Order of the Assistant Court of uf SANDAL IVORY, ETC
WARE — E.P.N.S. Cake forks and wy eubae eaettlane ie for a Appeal dated the 22nd day of February | Vsss= Ui
F Vv : 6 titic é our office, 50 thes ill be s for sale to hee) r :
onable, Bt ant ey tee NOTICE Tames Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 9S) eae at ine’ Office of the Clerk ) THANI BROS.
n Lane, 29.4.50—2n. Re Estate af 12th May 1950, at 2 p.m. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the | . }
4.5 ; Sourt House, Bridgetown, between the ‘RE HERE! |
ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR YEARWOOD & BOYCE ave 5 bet
nours of 12 (ncsa) and 2 o’clock in tne
(Deceased) Solicitors. afternoon on Friday the fifth (5) day of The handy little PORTA
EDUCATIONAI NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN that al. 29.4.50—12n| May 1950. All that certain piece or BLE ; s
. | ate ‘attendee = . = Ovens for use over >, Hy. Street
persons having any debt or claims against parcel of land situate at Fairfield Road sas Boil Pr. Wm. y. ‘
— the Estate of Ellen Agusta Seymour de By public competition at our office,} in the parish of Saint Michael in this 5 ° gress mg wen Dial 3466 |
‘ ——- Iceased, late of Mason Hall Street, in| 17 High St., on Thursday 11 May, at| Island containing by admeasuremen Th wen ae nave ©. the Sank . a |
) MALVERN ACADEMY the Parish of Saint Michael in this Js- 2 p.m, the dwellinghouse of two storeys twenty four thousand four hundred and hey're ee Wee you | o
| Jand who died in Barbados on the rc} comprising public rooms, two bedrooms,| fifty nine square feet be the same more we than rr ian . ik ore ae if
EDENVILLE Guy of February 1940 are requested | kitehen, bath etc. with shop attached,| or ‘eas abutting and bounding on lands for that individual dish.,,..... Ree net ia)
PSIDE send in particulars of their claims du | standing on 2094 sq. ft. of land in] now or late of one Kirton on lands | The Price ........ $5. 82. | a)
Be it rem on runs (is, aM HARK? | Roce oo on ue Road | Gracies Bonin amie feta || setaem ai soar Cue Show || V(hpiction Goines 6 |
at'9.30 a.m. New pupils will) tames on or before the 8th day of May Cra peeing . eee coed ba ss the public road called Wavell avenue or | FOO. a0 \ } |
lewed on Monday Ist May at 1950 after which date I shall pro-| 4n4 conditions of ale from. COTTLE however else the same may butt and





ha tive and I will not ei a sum not less than £229, 3
j Acme J i j for the assets or any part thereof! © Se se ge oo omveniences, near) “Dated this 22nd day of February 1960
‘ i y | COO distributed to any person of whose de ach and bus. Low land rent. In- T. V. GILKES,



am, saath ; ; é as sal re : LE he said | ——— - |
i" ceed to distribute the assets of = | CATFORD & CO bound, And if nat then sold the said | = i Readin R om t
| FLL ere 2n deceased among the parties ere = 29.4.50--11n| Property will be i up eerie et eo SS (
pian + |thereio, having regard only to such| ‘ 2 a every succeeding Friday be _
claims of which I shall eng 8 eae “REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.| *®™¢ hours until the sanve io sold for ¢ NOTICE i 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS j
e liable 1 te:
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i ~ Hour: : 10 am—2 p.m.
have had spection on premises at any time or “i Jerk of the Assistant Court of tt 4 t
EP. YM.c.A. prvroup sramer |%,claim 1 shall not then have Phone Owner at 3183, 28.4,50—n.| Aor en Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
ig Re-opens Tuesday 9th May, 1950.] And all persons indebted to the sais 28.2.50—Sn. This is to Notify my Fridays, |
€ Exam Monday ist 10 a.m. festate are requested to settle their in- EVANTON Clients that 10 a.m.—12 o'clock
ce Fee $1.00. debtedness without delay. 3 Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church i Saturdays.
5 BE WISE s ¥ ren t this 8th day of March 19 (Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Half ° .
end your child Dated iy °.9
! individual attention is given, GLADSTONE F. BOWEN Acre. A delightful new modern Resi- - “ 9 Marie's Beaut Parlour 4t this Room the Bible and
jal evening Classes) Qualified executers of the Estate of | dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large (iettin Married y the Christian Science text-book,
JOSEPH N. SHEPHERD, ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR, deceased. | lounge, Dining room, modern’ kitchen, ) mae ( scien: aod Heaith wita Key to
| . 9.3.50—4n.} Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A . rf f the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
Headmaster . fa fi AFTER THE KING will be closed from ree
29.4.50—2n. ees came shales @ HM Wo if Lopes é May ist to 16th inclusive. BDDY -_s pe reed. borrowed, »
a Pe Ta ee IQUOR LICENSE Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
h HARRISON COLLEGE on un of Jas. co ‘due he Two ae eee ‘Price £4,500 or 29.4 50.—3n IVY RYAN. \ g Visitors Are Welcome 4
% Co. Ltd. of McGregor Stree y, for | nearest, further particulars apply: .4,50.—3n,
. Next term at Harrison College permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,| Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley aD EE GD G&S
pil begin on Tuesday the 2nd May, 1950,] &c., at a 3-storey wall building in] Phone 4653-8402. 25.4. 50—3n. SS >"
am, and thi 3 McGregor Street, City. ames - SSS
MO for the entist day. | Dated this ath ey of Aceit 1008 i WE ARE OFFERING ...
E. M. MALONE, rn. D MORRIS, - .
Secretary, overnite’ Body, Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Mak Selec HILL'S BADMINTON &
: Harrison College Signed C. W. STOUTE, essure ’ y t e y our lions 4 |
g : jon Oe ergiucation, for eS on
26.4,50—2n application will e con- is : THING
~ sidered at a Liemaing Court to | K i omen we from these
’ e Court, District “A”, on NEW AND OTHER MONEY-
- QUEEN Ss COLLEGE ee eae ~ May, 1950, at 11 o'clock t Twice as many women as men MAKERS will enjoy buy! the
the d ° er from High Biood Pressure, which ‘ 3 ying
‘The an is a mysterious disease that starts | Long Service, Style and Comfort Slabs of Bacon |
next term at ° 1 ORRIS v
Queen's College wi D. D. M Bs about the time of Change of Lite and | i these New or Renewed Sliced Bacon cs
on Tuesday t i |
a.m, he 2nd May, 1950, a Police Magistrate, Dist A is the real cause of much heart trouble | MAHOGANY or Cedar, Birch, Tins Sausages, small %
Se _ Ty will be iq 29.4.50—In and later on of parsly tie siroken. Com- | Deal or Fir things- 4 » Sausages, 12 oz.
————————————— mon symptoms of Hig Pres- | » Cocktail 1lb. tins
D. E. M. MALONE, sure are: Nervousness, headaches at Morris Streamlined or si aigty- { oc . ee : a i !
Secretar ” hy Macaroni and Cheese
zy, Governing Body, SONAL top and back of head and above eyes, lined Furniture—Tub and other . Hams
tment of Eq ore: Caleage PER pressure in head, dizziness, short Caned or upholstered Setters, { Prunes
Rentiqn, breath, pains in heart, palpitation, | 2. ae - Sas ;
April, 1956 poor sleep, loss of memory and energy, |) Rockers, Arm or Upright Chairs Loose Raisins per ib. }
26.4.50—2n cas hereby warned against | easily excited, fear and worry. If you | | ture—Venities, Tein and seperate | " mnt per Ib.
——_ “he public are her : uffer any of these symptoms, don't | / “he , i the pni- Tins Tomatoes “
Living eredit to my wife INEZ STRAKER delay treatment a single 48°, becaune |})) Bedsteads and Beds in 4 sizes » Tomato Juice 8
meant by obtaining orders | see Beckles) of be cory Bovey Me your lige may be in aanger. Noxee I} etn Kitchen and Gallery » Fruit Salad % C. CARLTGN BROWNE Lower Broad St.
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W.I. Team Draws Spartan Routs!

Second Match

WEST INDIES XI 219 for 5 wkts, Dec.
CONFERENCE XI 107 for 9 wkts.

KINGSTON, Surrey, April 28,

THE WEST INDIES practice match against a Club
Cricket Conterence team was drawn here to-day, the Con-
ference scoring 107 for 9 wickets in reply to the West Indies
declared total of 219 for 5.

Jett Stollmeyer captained-the W.I. side in the absence
of John Goddard, who is suffering from a cold. A good
crowd of many hundreds, including scores of schoolboys,
came to see the tourists. The weather at mid-day was

threatening though the sun was trying to break through.
——_————-s The West Indies cleclared their

Yacht Club Seth wer Cee ties Te their one.
Regatta Today





day match with the Club Cricket
Conference XI here The Cluv
Cricket were left 14f minutes to
pass the score

vant ety y es After lunch the West Indies
Rainbow’, 'Gnat Promising continued io play steadily. Hot
sunshine during the interval

Thirty-nine yachts will take
part in the Seventh Regatta ot
ine Royal Barbados Yacht Club,
which will be held at the Aquatic

changed conditions in favour otf
the bowlers, who caused Stoll-
meyer to bat with some caution.
Once ?Â¥@ was struck im the face.

5 sagen Rees :
Stpected ‘that some good sailing , Trestrail scored freely before
will be seen if weather conditions being well caught behind tne
are favourabk wicket at 66. His 40 occupied just
Since the 1950 season began, 0’€ ®&D hour, and ineluded one
there have been good performan x and three fours.
ces Dermot Bynoe's Rainbow Stollmeyer was next to go, being
in the ‘D’ Cla with three wins, caught at mid-on after batting
has scored the most victories so sedately for 95 minutes for his
far, but on the other hand Teddy 43, which included three four





Hoad’s Gnat, skippered by his Weekes gave a sparkling display,
son George, which sails in the hitting six fours in his 41 in 50
Intermediate Class, gave the most minutes, when the innings was
consistent performance, scoring declared

fae ee ning second on At tea Christiani was not-out
tw OCCcast ‘|

Other id performances are by " ° e
Pedy Wond's H Clase boat Fans” Ramadhin Bags 5
tasy, with two wins to its credit; The wiles of Sonny Ramadhin
Owen Burke’s Resolute in the #24 Alfred Valentine were too
same Class wid skippered by much for the Club players, for the
Hammond Burke with two wins two bowlers turned the ball con-
and a third; and Gerald Nicholls’ siderably and always had the
Rogue in the ‘C’ Class, also batsmen worried. Ramachin came
with two wins and a third ‘o its out with 5 wickets for only 28
credit runs, while Valentine took 3 for

The Results ae,

The result o far are: I-6 Many hundreds of pectator
Eagle two seconds: 1-8 Skippy one gsaw the match, which was played
econd: 1-9 Dauntless two thirds;"in cold weather, and they were
D-8 Peter Pan one win; I-7 Mo-gsyell entertained by the perform-
hawh one win and one third, (Mo- nees of the touring team. Wher
hawk capsized after scoring itsfithey were batting, the West Indie
only wer); D-10 Van Thorndyke took some time to settle down,
a first, seconc and third; B-481e 14 once they were accustomed
Fantasy two wins; I-2 Invader one in thn - witeh 4 the ‘4 wind
win and third; D-12 Rainbow 7 patch and We | CO. we
three wins: B-7 Moyra Blair onc they produced entertaining erick-
win and two thirds; B-8 Rascal ®t five of the seven who batted
two ‘seconds and one third; I-12 P@ssing 40
Dawn one win, B-3 War Cloud In Selding the West Indies did
one second, (War Cloud was ‘B’ as weil as could be expected con-

c ass wi » ast yer . a > a
lass winner | ear); C-8 Pegyy gidering the weather. Their hand

Nan one win; 1-18 Clytie one sec : J

ond and two thirds: B-9 Okapi were numbed by th bitter wind

two seconds: I-4 Coruetia one win and this was the cause of some

D-2 Imp two seconds and on misfielding Their bowlers,

third; D-7 Sinbad two seconds and however, kept a good length, and

one third: D-9 Olive Blossom one did not allow the Club batsmen

third; I-1 Gnat two wins and two any liberties

seconds; C-2 Scamp three seconds

JO nhs idk ie lis ; w. I. 18ST INNINGS

D-3 Rais bird first, second and 4. Rae b. Smith ;

third; C-1 Astra one win and a_ J, Stolimeyer c Pollinger b Walker 43

second, (Astra winner of the K. Trestrat! c Downton b Polling: 40

CW’ OL ry. . E. Weekes c Pettinger b Walker 4
” st ver ;

C’ Class last year); C-11 Magwin R) Ghristiani_not out 49

one win and two thirds; B-J G. Gomez b Pollinger 43

Gipsy a second and third; B-2 C. B Williams not out 2

Extra idecid’ for 5

Resolute two wins and a third; B-5 whe: 9

Mischief one win and a third; C-4
Hi Ho one second: C-5 Wizard Il
two thirds; C-7 Rogue two wins
and a third; C-10 Gannet one win

Total for (5 wkts,)
Fall of wickets: 1 for 1, 2 for 66, 3 for
115, 4 for 148, 5 for 217
CONFERENCE 18T INNINGS



and C-3 Ranger one third Salmon ec Christiani b Ramadhin 16
West b Pierre 8

Wreford b Ramadhin 41

Coc rec Trestrail b Ramadchin 12

~ “ Murray b Valentine 2

B G’s C D W Bennett b Valentine 2
Walker b Ramadhir 0

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Y.M.P.C. 4-0

Spartan defeated Y.M.P.C.
4—-0, when they met yesterday
in a Second Division football
fixture at Queen’s Park. Two of

these were scored by Spartan’s
right winger, Austin, while Git-
tens and Trotman netted one each.
Spartan at once went on the
offensive. and after 10 minutes
of play, opened their score, when
Trotman headed a high one into
the goal. Y.M.P.C. now pressed
the game, but were soon, two
down, when Austin, beat ther
custodian Archer with a “lob’’.

The Park team now kad the
game in their favour, and soon
increased their lead. after Gittens
scored from a pass which came
from the right wing.

In the second half, the ball

was kept in midfield for a con-
siderab'e time, with Y.M.P.C
eceasicnally attacking their op-
ponents’ goal. Play was however
transferred to their own area,
thus forcing them to defend.
Sayers at full back kept off the
attackers.

About six minutes before “time
call”, Austin, after beating his
way through to the goal, easily
placed the ball into the nets, to

register the fourth goal for his
team.

The teams were:

Vue. Ca: Archer, Sayers,
Nock, Hazel, Bourne, Drayton,

Austin, Skinner, Hall, Ingram,
and Edghill.

Spartan: Atkins, Gibbons, Ban-
field, Brathwaite, Morris, Camp-
bell, Austin, Trotman, Gittens,

Reece and Jemmott.

THIRD DIVISION
FOOTBALL

Empire defeated Everton 3—2 ina
Third Division foctball matcn at
Bank Hall yesterday evening. All
the goals were scored in the sec-
ond half

Empire opened the
five minutes after the interval
Everton quickly equalized



core about

Cable and Wireless gained a
victory over Notre Dame, defeating
them 1---0

Pickwick won two goals to one
from Carlton at Kensington, also

in a Third Division match



Friendly Football

Trial Game

THE first of a series of trial
matches for the selection of a
team of the above Association to
be entered in the B.A.F.A.
Knock-Out Competition will be
nlavyed to-morrow at the Shell
grounds.

Following are the teams: —

A—White Shirts: Goal: S. Daniel
(Cults); Backs: R. Denny (Ran-
gers); G. Branker (Westerners) ;
Halj-Backs: E. McCollin (Reeds
United), S. Rudder (Capt.) (Tam-
brose); A. Trotman (Penrode);

Forwards: L. Fowler (St. Mary's
Old Boys), Someone (Wavell



Sports Club), R. Massiah (Colts)
C. Browne (St. Mary's Old Boys);
J. Smith (Tamrose).

B. Team Coloured Shirts:
Goal: J. Thompson (Maple);
Backs: T. Waithe (Penrode), C
Warner (Colts), Half Backs: C.
Phillip (Penrode), H. Clarke
(Capt) (Penrode); E& Denny

(Rangers), Forwards: F. Carter

(St. Matthew’s Old Boys); C,.
Yearwood (Rangers), C. Chand-
ler (Colts), O. Asgill (Maple); H.
William (Penrode), F Hall

(Wavell Sports Club),
Play will start at 4.45 p.m., and

Mi ©. Graham will be the
Reteree

Linesmen Messrs. E. Clarke
and F. E. Hinds,



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PracticeShoot Today
There will be a practice of the
B.R.A. at the Government Riile
Range to-day at 1 p.m,

This will be the last practic.
before the qualifying shoot for
the Frontenac Trophy which

takes place on 6th May.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun rises: 5.44 a.m,
Sun sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (full) May 2.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m
High Water: 1.99 a.m
p.m,



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YESTERDAY
(Codrington) nil.
yester-

Rainfall
Total for month to
day: 99 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F,
Temperature (Min) 74.0°F

Wind direction (9 a.m.) E,
(3 pm) E,

Wind velocity 17 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.959,

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cvn BD.W. APRn. 29. 1950 Trinidad Attorney Admitted To Local Bar Mr. C.T.w.E. Worrell "Half Barbadian" MR. C. T W E WORRELL, liisi Crown Trinidad, was yesterday admitted to the local Bai rhiei Justice. His Honour Sir Allan Coilvmore. place in the Court of Ordinary just before the bu, ihe da y began. Choir Contest Next Tuesday AT QUEENS PARK BARBADOS ADVOCATE lor Mr. Worrell i.„ ., ,;„ ,„„ ot • Barbadian, n Intro dui-fd by u,, Solicitor OOaatal Mr. H Rrrcr K.C %  May jl please Your Honour, }*<" P* buimeis of lhe day begins. I ask 1-nve :o u,;:. ibis Honourable Court ft w K Worrell, BarrlsUr-at-Lnr! Mr. Worrell was a Trinidad bar ,-titcnolar and w a called to the Bar ..„. ,. % y '. hc '""""""Me Sod Buwum Gr.,> %  ina ,-, the ycar 1916 0ri ,„.. %  „.„„• MI return ,„ lh< west bid •* I rim i^rnpeuuon mcn wii %  i ^ueeus raw i •>< day mgni, 11 was K .",eduleu tor wlonuay nignt. ine juages *' "* %  % % %  gguon. JF outer Hupttuu ana ..ir. •"* island of Trinidad. u*nitu lluoson wane -ir. Joan ,„Jf*^_ ,, ^"'^' 1 an d ,np manner in .! ii K. will a Cnairman -^H^^SM*** sat 1 which he has dlscharsni ins duties both M %  praeUtl for th "Vtt '3*sJT Kenneth Humphrey of Paradise W e can justly be prou Villas* and Granville Lovcllc of can truly be -..id ih.,t ha bai St. Lawrence. They were all traintained lhe highest truditions brought ashore by another boat. of the Bar. The liractia is owned by Byron We Barbadians take Haddock of Bath Village, Christ the fact that he ;s the son of a Cnurch. narbacn.i;i lk< 10 Till: I-OS8 of a bicycle valued ,h, nk that part oi lus I iw ws reported by Oscar !£*£• %  &a^J'? * PAGE FIVE ..'ISTERDAM' one of lhe pictun by HUM Wm. VAN VPERtN at the Museum. aaannl exhibit!) %  > t ithas inherited from his father, the nrtfve shrewdness with which every Barbadian is blessed. 1 have pleasure in asking Your Honour to admit him as u member of the Bar in Barbados. Welcomed His Honour said: Mr Worrell. .,„ ** have knuwn e o c n other for quantity of clothing valued 5100 many a year now. ,,nd I for th' f Irom a house at Alkins Road, Bench welcome you to the Bar of Carrington Village. Barbados on your intnxiui' A N ACCIDENT occurred on 'he learned Solicitor Ocncral, Grange Road, St. Philip 1 shout 2.50 p.m. on Thursday.be> ou really Pre half i D •Men motor lorry M—1269, !" r, "\\ ["** ," the more %  should lx> introted to tii WUlshire of Bay Land, St. Hjchae 1 He reported that it was rtano' -TJ from outside a house at Cola's Road. Carnngton Village, OQ Wednesday. G EORUE ROBERTS of the Salvation Army Hostel, Reed Street, reported the loss of owned bv Ralph Knight o! Dash "'"* ,!l ST Bank Hall and drive,, by ffififij ""' .i„.. T,.M r r>^ f\., r \, a r-,..Ul,s ls 'a''d U.S. Market For Local Woodwork Joiners Heel Today To Hear Scheme MR. RONALD TREE ol St. James, who is %  British resident ol Barbados, thinks thai there il • market is the U.S.A. for items of furniture of a certain tvpe manufactured r V;',""w w% r bru r \ :l •*•? LUSftSite and '" hCT %  ** woods', whereby mud LuS^friSS: needed dollar) may be earned for the island. He is convinced lhat not only have we lhe materials for producing these articles, but that Barbados also has the craftsmen, who. by encouragement and assistance, would Incapable of producing work of the high standard that would !.• required by purchasers in the united Slates W lliis very momrnl, he is IMPORTS Dccrvv Absolute Pronounced HIS HONOUR • CUM Judge ( ouii for i >.' Mutrimom..l tMTW ,l-<-iulr in Prtuontr) ndent). In this sun oeeree Alonia Taitl of Dr. Clarke s Gap, I know Uuri inIntenYESTERDAY Bank K.U. and a motor car ownea Uo „~ '£' -^ •^ J 1 "^ by ., V !. ct S r Jones r ,his Wan d, hut from now Old Post Office Road. St. Ceorne. ,.,,.,.,. The radiator and right headluck, lamp of the lorry, and the front The Keplv and rear left wheels of the car M r. Worn I lM k Your war extensively damaged. Honour exc* | i should Jonas and -Mac Mahon. who was like to assure mj i a pMsenjier on the lorry, were Bar that I do not intend, for the injured. moment .it any rale, to <> S YLVIA BKMiRAVE of Dayreils competition with them. Road reported the ltfis of. quantity of articles valued $16.72 from her residence recently. A COLLISION occurred at Colliru Road, St. Lucy, at about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday between the motor lorry M—1458. owned by Messrs. Perkins &t Co, Ltd. Roebuck Street and driven „ by Lawrence Williams of Passage Tnc IeHI of widespread imcniRoad. St. Michael, and the motor M'oymcnt. bath actual and poten•an E— 73. owned and driven by UflL ' one • haunts man) Cordon Humphrey of Boscobel, St. ^ v rn,n 1 e ls a d ,' n fho H,u The right front fender and bumper of the van. and the right BOO New Found Way To End Unemploymvii i luuklni for irtteaM which an likely to ruminand a big market in America, .nil whkh are tuitable for production hi Rarhadox. Kepertl indicale that jlreadt there are bu>rni in the U.S.A. who are interrftted in seelnc our 'trndurb. Joiners Meet To-day Messrs. c. F. Harrtaon and Co, organising J scheme wh ,n originated with Mr. Roi "1 "'ihe island yetterda) fromNe agei ol their furniture department , .",. n^uwu* v u T.;. ana u-spons.ble fo. th.' M T *" m, and production end, who will t Some of the aiiimais ntl In introducing the scheme to joiners the hatch otlwn 0*1 dock Thej lin| at the Combermere were fed foi the two and ,t half til this morning at B dilin -'f the voyage on green fodder, which had u ..„,u. ,. ,. , „ time the • lOUlaw told the "AdVOCfH %  that the primary ( ,bTho PMl oi tho Tannia' cargo i*t of the scheme is to create an consisted of 55 empU ru About 1.40f his works after 1941. but Mr. Van Yper.-n iinued to paint out of doors, ;;!it. In 1948. he l.i land. %  ,i ring and Hritish Oulnd Trinidad. HO is now en route for Haiti and [he States The .irtist has held mam g. ii Of Ins works. rsprcialK In Pai During hli 9 i,iih Mr, i larceny on Ai ril %  mil and ,i pOi %  of Fontabelle. Victoriu Bridge Footputli Opt'nt'd Radio News Bel" L> %  tackled recentlj In U D „, th e lorr v ,,,..„, ^___^_ n iT industry in some ureas and %  Great Britain. The Government decided that ir.cn could at leit to arootc In I i ocaylng In mind and and tent a it an tor iQfety Uj Pedestrians Ni their conununltiei The six-foot wide footpath what could over the Victoria Bridge was them. Tho opened for tintitst time on poun lection ol n 5 B >*3 the pop-iUUon all The footpath was erected to communal boUagroent **ep pedestrians off the roadway, great value and have and so speed up the volume of into practice The un< name over the bridge, and also have rebuilt schools an r the safety of pod) i0 rn ,iaome could be seen yesterday dren's playground Si k carolo 1 >' over,, tho only mud and rubble m i _. ia f e .. w ,noul P av,n .P> e sl '* nt roourfacad roads long ot attention to the path. Dunn* the llrst five minutes after midday. :is pedestrians made uw of the footpath while 41 walked either on the left or right the roadway, which is now strictly for vel: rendered to the rut and the pothole, hlltauad mil icommueu:y telephone circuitl tirewood for the old repaired windows, boual vated community wat'T About three "iH-i>ons < an cross ; 1 d bro K hl %  bout hundreds oi A imht has otnw mucn needed InprOV) The coot has bean low rot under this uncmployme: ' for whul1 portion over the water is of '* a < ^ v me (tovernment at axlatwcod. ing rates. While tht A few yards away from tho t,u ^Ptoria Bridge In Trafalgar na what it would b H I Square—;i pavement is at present normollj omployod !" n *. erected for passeiif nuch as it would be II "Ughting from buses. Uatj '• win be about tivc feet wide paj Bj tht and <>f tha winter, "joI will ie built with a railing, Ht|1 wnicn mil prevent paaaanaon tnont are again In being, ^o alight from buooa, from eminent will ha\ Jjyj n Into the path of other thing like a million dollars, whil? ""'N^the KO.1 \\ _^___^^_ ix' worth much more Hum that cttllVN GRANTED IN THE ciiM.1 -* %  urp had ""' boon 1 •% HU ,:„'", 5** g^monlc K .,',, SSSS SI ">">'""" 'Pi'". Nr(ound*<*f. for ktjfr. ot MtoSSrtr: I,n< r d,,1 "" %  '"""" ov r 'y* 10 ihe , alr u h s (a hl r "•"! money wlthoul workun lor L*~ Kin, UM &J?S. [' ,-" 1 "". te ii>-ii' ^"•' Walwyn inslruclad by %  Hgf"Carrington k Scaly. Soli' '""'"' Scb?,„rr ircd on bch "' ' h tJr %  >*ffii&£ u ' — CARIE^ATE-A 1 *££ wjISf HIVE OF INDUSTRY "B*** OrcavcT Mlri.n, I 7 M "" ' and "" J" ISt 0O-K| Samuel A "" (SI Lucvl b muel Arm plaU rhoppuw _An applicailnn l.v v, i r n "' h, '" vv ar ln ** ler 0,11 "I W i,,i ,.1 A "* "i" !" >" ma* -MRS? md this new 1 p has enabled them to continue v HI king and so manj outright 1 allng the BEV" lM0 w *ll "' > %  JJW Cooper late of Bath tag. %  Jfas granted. that's on Toda> Tl ^ l ,"* f 'n. Caruale Bay. %  aaawagiaa .1 '"""..ii „ %  ***< at 5.00 r.m „ring the day. %  being tin 1 to be rid of their loads. This rush in made to cur eamships Queen Aa. nt for I^Midon afl pool respexli. They are loading a total of 0.500 tons of sugar. outlet m the States for the woodworking industry in Barbados, not confining the production 1 lure to one or two firms only. He said that the way to organise the work was that Harrison's nop should fabricate parts from their own stock of wood and on their own mat I them to J< D then nomes. No Sawing, No Planing In that wa>. BsOS could be %  kinIhal cured nt.od waa used and the Joiner had the obvious advantage* of having no sawing and planing lo do hinuelf. and no money to expend on material. l-Hrlht-rmiire. he said thai joiners who did not posses* jigsaws or laihi-s mold still participate In the cheme because lhe preliminary shaping would haw been done for Ihem Whan the work had been assembled, it would be returned to the taming, polishing %  bj trteehi w that a : iiisti would be achieved If orders did materialise, it would be a golden opportunity foi Barbados to build up an important Industry, but *: nomo depended anttralj on the joiners turning out accurate '1' to deliv%  1 1 ,i 1 This way of organising production could be extended to the local le c auaa it would be a simple matter foi Harrison's to get OUl paitl for chairs and tables, ck and laouo them from tin,. iners for %  thing Highesl Stundard I innj>. Iiiiui'vrr. one eslirmrl) important fact thai must atwaya he borne In mind If the scheme, once started, waa to continue In operation. The -Uiidjiil ot uorkmaiishlp must be of the hlghcfcl and It must it drarlt underolood that nu work would he acrepted which did not n .. li Ihe .t.i ml.1 it required, and no .•nipi ii-aiii>ii uuuld be paid for work lhat waa rejected. It wai ential iMould be absuvorkn and lie IBMSt, m OVOf] 1 case, put pride of workmanship above all %  monelar.. %  I o uppermost in his mind, then his work ant furniture trade In the island 1 ijood one and plenty of %  i*-ing done.; but now 'hat thev could not import j cheap hardwood chain at Ifh lack of dollars. | 1 lot production of cheaper fuinitun While the cost of imported lum| high, there was no .iving that unless 1 could supply cheap! 1 Uabla lumber for this pur-j pose. Bible Society Lead from St Kitts. FRIENDS SCARCELY BELIEVE DRIVER That Dodd's Couid Put Him Back to Work So Soon "IV-ld 1 ktdnti hlli i*jt mm hk on m> (•< % %  -TIIH MrPhail Jn. Baptnl.. Vlsm lI.M.Io,..lnk u|< mi m Int. M r fttfnda — M li.nil, gOWM UMIT ru. IiW T wanted lo knmw -...I had h*l~d nw . •rida>. I ild ihfm IMd. kjdr--, Pills •• ipaiwnuble. USE A RIPPINGILLES" BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING UBIIVMiN & (Boos) LTD. AGENTS. Heeling Barbados Auxiliai held ai the Y.MC.A. on Tuesday Ahrf fleaeaae* *iH %  louse of the Book." HKX.XLL I'ltOIH 1 IS I nil UVhR OUl KMI I.-KIN ik Sml.iblr for children and %  • 1)1.11 INI) ISFI.I ENZ.A MIM1 K) mi ioi iiir.ii m,-inn, KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES FOB ICXA1X FKOULCT8 IN A NEW VAUXHALL i./.'M or rrnoM ictus 1 raw awecs New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived IIOIMIII IIIO>l II It. tOllllKSV t,AKVt.K.





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T S .> I u r 8 • BOLT 2.0(10 of the 14.222 men n um.flieial strike in ** %  London dorks deeided at a mass open air ineetint; tn-d> to return to work to-morrow. Only 20 voted aKainst the resolution, passed alter unions' speakers hud appealed la the mr n to end the ten-day old stoppage. John Has A Cold LONDON. April 28. West Indies touring encket team have two new .asualties. Roy Marshall ti Buffering from measle5 and comfortable hojpital al Eastbourne, and John Qofldard. the Captain, has ftU. Goddam was to have played in J one-day prai U axiliist Club Cricket Coaferenci at Kingston today, init decided ". rtay in bod W help n quick S Su cery. Marshall complained of no! (teUog too -'"II during the twoday practice match al Eastbourne, and measles wan diagnosed on Wednesday, when he was taker: to hospital Ken Trestrail, the lirst member of the party to contract mrnslgi. is now fit and well again and he. like Ihv rest of the party, hopes the complaint will nut the whole team. Tieilrail feels responsible for Marshall's lUneu, but he had been expecting It. He had shared a cabin on the boat nn<\ a hotel room in London with Marshall and the doctor and nurses assured him when he was in hospital that Marthall. who had never had measles, was unlikely to —Heuter. Worcester Name 12 vs. West Indies Wyatt Leads Side LONDON, April Efl Worcisii .innounccd the following tweivi from which 'he side will be selected (or the game against the West Indies starting at Worcester on Saturday, Ma) 6 R. L S Wyatt, (i R. E. Bird. E Cooper, D. Kenyan. N Whiting. L. Outsehooin. C. r>ws. if <> Jenkins, Howorth. H. Yarnold. If. I This will be the toui inn team Dm gum against a count? itch —Reuler. era Committee called the dockers out on itrlke %  nag :hat no rurthei .uUon can be tound to tail strlk*. by unofficial acU 'mend return to work by 8 a.m. Saturday The unofficial rtrilra, whkh Labour bUnistei o.orge Isaacs had labelled as Com-: neaday oi i*ort and ganeral workers union of three men for then pan in last summers unofficial %  i Canadian g putts, %  labour fore.w Idle. %  Cabinet drafted troops t 0 the dorks on Monday and more have have 20.000 %  i worfcdni ba by the end of next wei 0 i Newi Lord Animon. Chain %  I %  to-morrow %  —that the men would r> they had dM expulsions issue) bu" would be iha itrike n* it would The men'i re* lutloi %  .. %  tomorrow, called 'or vigorous their union tjatitfactioi of live wther m I union office—Renter APPROVE INCOME TAX II 28. TV Allied Hi - ( ti.l. COMMUNISTS [NOT Thailand Get* VBOVE THE LAW A Queen OUHAllegiance To I'oreign rWtr Australian Prime Mlrditei l: G Met • wh voadcaal li oW) lb* I loral inannate I on the banning ol Connuu SfioAii UJwdow %  %  %  %  l-s. IMm> %  %  -I to i 0W>GERMAN-ARGENTINE TRADE PACT LIKELY FRANKFURT April 28, ,Thi |Q in the Gern tiations. the payment* questions, has now beci agreement is expected to be initialled ^Mueriiiaii sources said to-day. The quest. %  .. | said. laon foi V IVIIKF | the i I h began The I'*' Mushr ooms! All al nncr. | USeers. ban an fWn objr, i, hi Otao) iuil **<*, If -4*H irs ying plates %  >. or ju*t re appeared of Texa* lu kg Kassai perturb, jrr to he heB*il n triii*tncd for a Y'otl E* n ^ m n 'r* Haxr>. .. •*"*" Iwrnliardicr. to luck • his rrpuct. He s-w -mm %  •rsiui t.hjr.u Mveral mile* ** %  nioviiif imrilir.Mii-i.1 "*J'*" another uroun ol Wr f 'Pprn*. li„u uullined JJJJjf thunderhead He C '"'' *'*'""'' %  ^ h *" !" *' infinity and began *"'kirn thr shutter He got **** HMUffH, „f W hjt look HL. rM moon ,Ml 12 ,l ** m '" "t from Ihr "M^ He described then. F.*. .. b ,un a" ^nd •T* o r t h neu^paiH-i rf>w ^ id -satiuw mmtt raasss —IS s Allies Try lo ^onibut Sinu^iilino ,. ANKPUBT A, tW J!, ''" I comix.* IYJT^T '•'•""an) lu Co,ranun•S"'-. V : F""" Europ.-. SIS?-' n *ali 2jy ink ^fS^ t "'^''" MuninSl "nel, xxajfz !" *'*** black %  ** wnaumer goods —Reu l K Writ what %  products to be exchanged. Opinion thai the departure Ambassador al Washim:* %  lo lead tin March II I .•ti tot Grai la of $J5,000.000 an S33.ooo.000 %  %  i to exceed $100.0t0.00C each %  aaOan Aa <•< mporV tiie rtaulUni tended t. i <•.-. unfavourablv German soureea said. Undei menu will be made through an 'rade. %  %  %  %  Thi that the OOO.riOO sKirm M.IIS (; <,in\t;i i:.\ :HF^TRAU. with .. rhoi . %  \Trieste Of No [mportanee SAYS TITO %  i m %  1 in mi iht baaai el this ill I nt agreesnead tii .1 ai raa tits •mild \>r nude I i I onsloercd %  ... %  %  %  %  'hat in no %  Stiites on the aan N i cm Burapi pted them i d.. %  4 runMdrr th. i im.-.i Mates .' •ffer ii. aa> ..rim We have thr aaaaaa al huiittint ur an ..rn.-. Issdagtrj %  i tanger of ".H —Renter i %  II punu %  %  llw othtr iiand. U Sparlta -in. .iii-akefl a '•ad IUHUK. aan M r>* don>i M %  %  %  r i.inn %  •antnii %  i Britain Not Informed %  %  Party %  i % % %  %  %  la Commui : legiUmatc fui I behalf ..f ihwir UnlOSU but thev law thun Mi .1%  %  %  .ted Comi in uoaitions from which, in .id do lrroparabrr harm lo th. safety and defence i '.: win a ... torcee it li actualrj vito with tin %  from cripi ,.ih and capacity rives." — ReuUi 2 Americans Murdered \ Liberals Agree To Leopold's Return K\sk (•MndnioUii-r' t>ouit i"< asufets Ol U. all .'Mm. the %  alan la MM I %  %  K iv oarreu M %  : %  I —Renter %  %  M k< %  %  %  %  %  %  %  French H I %  '< %  i i| %  %  %  %  French Police Chief Killed IN VIETNAM SAlOOh April 2H %  Moscow-tra.m-d Ho Chi-MinhS %  A Viet' foiu ihcga he was about to get Inti He willed there %  %  im iN.iaped in • %  nam gueril H nu „f hit Chief of F unced that %  %  %  %  BflO nuMUoner I %  after h>^ —Reuler IXJNDON, Apul ^8 ign Office rung lateen!., i' imed of n S< MOII to invoke the Ruseo-Finniij %  l IB4S He said thsrf the Britlal I h move orta had SUK:' had decided to hold defer** Finland under the tern i laftle 2 of the treaty which proin the fd attack. 'unent reVmencan l\lrcrafl V I as implyinr The So\Ki-Fn,t.i.|, Mutual Aid Pad was diracted agan, attack bi allied with (Jermanv —Reuler. Mayor Arrested For Sabola^f I'.KHLiN. Apui M, <>< Of Mg.iIrading V cials have baai accused of economic sitinlsgai. tag . i t i said that eight people had been arrested. n Hoe* .d Demu1 ubtainetl from any source Deseau ramf Magdeburg, is the scene of 1 icrman Repm mass trial foi economic sabotage %  —Reuler I Hubert Doyle, correapi UM Arn.-Mc.u, magai %  %  %  %  %  near Bua %  I'sterday. M m* here. The] Four or in rnilitai the murd %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  East AM frorn Hera In % %  aacigl an South EMM I mftj GRENADE THROWN: NO CASUALTIKS BINOAPORC April 2H %  U %  without %  <*i the leg i %  away fata uuaiUi —Reuler. 52 YEAR OLD COUNTESS ARRIVES IN ROME 53 Days On llorsv Hack SENTENCE QUASHED %  HOME. April 28. -.:r-v mare, Elena HohatWUS rur'e into %  I %  %  jacket to kneel on thAll hei luggage Adenauer (.els l)isu|>|ioinlin<> Reph %  %  %  I i %  take pnn %  i % %  %  ,. %  %  %  anjatav .. %  1 %  %  te a ink aad %  . rf reeelaUMi as <.i< ParUanw at tfaal .. nw <\\\i -i Lfea I hart] | n 4ii \hiu.e hewjn i Ounrs. %  %  %  %  %  Nat —Rrulci %  %  %  K a ... ,.. | II %  K**sn>i Carib Pres§ i iiiilfiTiiee OpC^Ile In I rinitliul itaaSaal %  %  %  i trrnlda I OaarsUaa C. A. L : %  i H li %  %  %  ; %  I : %  —Rmlri Irtihli Deputies To Go On Trial %  %  %  raa La BWla %  kast ysabrpe b> he kesfsaksgr -he Countess aavd s 50 iffat.L wm k.w.\ Sweel Vermouth Drv Vcriuoulh IUHII Uint. lem -Hi.liti, aeagsg aasf r l.lll f0l II asalr r r*.ta. pBjts u| girtag M-rha



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FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE % %  vn mm. \,. u „ f... o^ADYO. -f" I .\eise BK li iak, n(! on a now • .ranco with the Ix-neficial changos instituted in the control of traffic Pedestrians arc still reluctant to u tl lenee but an increasing number are doing so as it is realised that they h*vc been set up in the interespedestrleru themselves. As a result of the new traffic arrange-. ments. vehicular traffic is no longer diitura is sitting and it is often difficult to httr what is said at the Council Board or on the Boor of the e The acoustics of the Houae of Assembly are particularly bad and the 'live great difficulty in getting all that is said by a speaker. everyone that steps be taken to remedy the difficulty of hearing and this is made more ecute 'luring the middle of the year when fans are turned <• adding to the alrcaiiy great e& If microphones were Interval around the Board and Table great assistance w.mld be frbo have to report the events in the island's legislature and should be helpful to members thi D %  Such a eolation would be better than returnini* To the old system of diverting trafllouse or Council is meeting. In other parts of the island steps should t el Ineonvetiithere are limits n built up are kind. After about eleven i el instruments Barbed % % %  .it times to relax li i when i hold their i identlal '. I. Ml, I male Cleaalineea tul tourist keaeon lion ol butch re the i i the island %  • would rouldbeol wal people there ,,( Darbadoi are P" "' %  inclr natural tnenl ti %  < the with covers, UM slreela to other Background To Colombo %  •> I.. K. I'riirson. a agaaelian Srrrrtnr? of Stmir fear LK% Or-M.il Affair* Asia u We agreed at Colombo that the d the difficulties arise pry magnitude of % %  ere are so mai ia and southeast Ana by nullprojects which clamour) ng tary foice alone. They cannot be ravition that i: b \er> difficult I" k>m checked, if. thri or cieode what should be done where colonial status remai [but where freedom lotehtal0 mperative inex^nence of the been achieved, a better %  ** %  .dmuuiU'alive systems | at once if only the people *ill cewfuiiy with ih. wnltwse counUiCS ; rise In their might and create the al liberation.and[acctal_/of.r. ,i. If ^ u,^ for lome time after obtain%  '-.' uc wh'^h are 50 olj in ntt 'iltion but so new tc n itnty in the modern world. chaos ou. % %  uthenst Asia ai rule may %  not lo DC eol In India. China and Burn-.... **" whirh an DOW free states, i[>pj| i< to a fuller and better themselvea whi IwLLAKS Maiava and Indodemonstrate th..; China it is to i> %  Kussians whr. • if are Jtroi,. ><"<* economic *H 1 procraga. that from eomniui.'am both JipThe problem, then, for %  clal inevitably complicate 0* the present time ol loi these planning lo raise the standard <-i pead. an tea* slater I tney living It was in the light of these concan improve, by denvxT-itic n-ethAlready in this field some useditions that ate lllliuaatil the situoda. liic standard of livm; or the ful work ha been dot* ation in Meaa of their ; ..ed Nations in Ufftl al our confer. : 'lp analysing the economic needs Ml there is .1! MS part of the world. The Uniiec .1:111st that of mutual aid. ng four p^m pr0t: : bandit., and IIII.i rUht toieeU T „ c .... als „ „„, a %  -"— We agiMO. lor instance. i. i i < % %  .....,. n life—la movlnii ahead I nanual help a indepei...Ihe line and the state ot Burma which had b,. t a man a aubject ot discussion amon, the om !" and Iht food and ayrlcju we knov, .,%  terl.n, countries before the con<>"> orianiialion are all orkm m Ottawa. I .nee met. The Canadian in this field Therefore I th nk Malcolm MacDnnald. Government was not Included in t h t we must be carelul ll In Bum*, which la now I ll earlier discussion. The "P ny new "gency to avoid overbul which irani one ot a sterling loan lappingor duplication we do %  strengthen the financial p.. 1 ,: a new committee m riin.cull Indeed. Indonesia, now 0 ( the Burmese government. Wi free, and 1 • considering here the Uw piece ol uitei national turnia free aUte. is I %  b) j^inon „f dollar Canada in ture lor an air. force, from the right and forces rc | allon ,„ h ai sterling loan Our home. from the loft. It is having a difflial r( .„ rd wa5 Yet it is hoped that the. cult tim. "''^ rcMimiTed at the conference -ttee which was recommcn-i and requires many years to perleet. China which : 1 Vj*? 0 inc imp..r,„t develapM to the governments at O I n the pot is dry enough'tO handle feparalely, l-.^ ; ,e practical an.1 useful nard) It is inverted and tne foot is cut. At this itl %¡ the raw clay or application ol lollar, • tig to n studios) i. Hid Canadian markniall as 11 is dmade and individual in characacking in quantity is made Minally j-tsmanship. ised comes from decomposed ich is a main constituent of rj such as exposed to fr nth*, and in the taken in and purified (i.e. all ind organic matter removed) and prepared for use by kneading and ing until it is in a suitable plastic, homolition for "throwing." iwiDg" is somewhat of a misnomer he shaping of an article from a piece : \ heel-head which is revolv.-clockwise direction. The potter wheel and, after centring Utloning the spinning mould of claj he pn i.b and lingers down Into the centre of the clay ball thus hollowing it d forming a thick-sided' vessel. Supporting the outside wall sel with index linger of the right hand and exerting en even pressure from the the left hand, at the same lime wth both hands, he thins and the completed shape to life. Like all things winch appear natural iple, "thrown mely difficult p Rut • .toon that should important point in that part ot rccomilll ndj „oii • H reiults go further than ,, ... monwealth consu. il y previous agency in that area. It seemed to all of s ) ,„ 7iri hal ,„ fon ion, lh e my committee will be able to relate lor the need! of these em %  only will the have .ecured M a Ihe probe %  ral monwealt. b 'luctioiof through U %  lo help %  nd the gro tcr ihe area—and I attempted t for the make this clear at Colombo — the ew contributions of I was impressed also Commonwealth will That. %  it need for lect nidetermined in the Ufll nit up to the requisite matunni! financial commitmei • so in this area but elsewhere. —IN s. coloured slipi (thin liqul i carried of handles, etc. e la put iiit 'he kiln for b ruthough mpleti 11 led and the evaporated, the clay still contains a small i : chemicallv ed moisture which must be driven off reasons el ..lily slow and fhe kiln is lit from cold, and th rCOTT. J -ills ...1 it \\ it-,i Lei POTTERY AT 1 AM \~. r it % %  H :'s PLANT POTS ORCHID POTS WILKINSON -v HAYNES CO. LTD. sun ,-ssi.is 11 C. S. PITCHER & CO., LlJ Dial 1472 £ tea; BECRWIBJ IHATII TO M \la\IU\ Its lr. II. Ford Trr.lr.1. %  |*i Klniilaifi 1 i'Uign has %  ; airtvill ba Iropoe, ;i>ufor Ihe %  to %  %  I llchlofo-dlpfaenyl-t %  A-isiit Dtniaii dwaUlngi and animal outli %  %  oluUon WOUkl leave .i llllf d> %  %  .!'. %  %  %  %  %  iTw atl (l ( l.ltH d -' % %  male mosquitin-!i.ip To muntui only %  !• are neecMary (or on eighl innnlh mosquito season. %  i South %  -cane pltnlal millionj ol %  iii'ii in tha 11 %  years. .inn > .11 which the disease is no \l M III* I |llll MM* %  %  .1 tlniik fl %  Mil ippUcation the.vei'tot mosquitoes of ma%  hM been found I that some sp^-cies of moi %  %  . contact %  ;]'. th the inssjrtinrts 1 hi .1 repellent effect 1 .1 diflannl on the same species of moaqulto. The complete eradication of all uvtor mosquitoes is the ideal re.suli to inlimed .n. Tor the elin .: malaria from a couunun I dual insecticides can n mosquito population so d that the numben of mosquitoes which are actually infected with 1 .come almost negligible %  italaria as a major faith problei' temperate and tropical POCKET CARTOON by OSNB1 I IMASTEU %  lor tmr 1 'iporra anti end et*n Ihe Srini'i Coumii. wr come out ai MM >lr. r..Ml|Ui..K The available insecticide arm.••Ill Of DDT, l-eii/ei). particular body or clay is laken from the I The making I %  very important avOlVM endless n. Glaze, broadly speak:: nd is made of such mi EC& lin, Cornwall nd coloured with oxid6t such u Mil. rutile. etc. The immersed in the glaze liquid, or tfa* %  '. ushed on the ware ll and ai!> Il L8 '-inn replaced in the kiln and This is Lie firing. MUtiful ; ng t<( handle natural for the e that potting and altogether gl job. A ni who does hi* utmost to produce work of q tenon In 1 tor all the the mental end rings and the i! 1 After d at care and patience on Ct his efforts 1 iiich. 111 spit) and eve 1 : 1 only one v.: %  natical] I enthus:. rail could endi • if the I luck to thi s and th^'r 1 VRAL ft HAM. HAM b BKI 1 il I A rONQD| v ' Per ft LI '. ill I) 11 1 1 TKNDEB LEAF TEA in> rte Sl'NCRErtl EVAPOIATED MILK Ptrft DANISH ( HICKEN HKulH MAXWELL HOI M i Ol I II )• ft HAXWI Ll HOI >i 1 in 1 tb .(il in \i ail it* BBANDV r^ r t* < OOKJNG. Ill I Mi: .ft Th> BICAKRON VII BOD I p Fr STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., Lift ireatfc for all t %  Scotland now "Take Note '"—The Macuinc of the Scotlisb Tourist Board. Floaliiii* I •%> la Today* Thought Vnd lr*d . — B>roi whrn v,e Ihink we moat an W nil i.> 1 V l.viui ,% A learned gentleman wliu teirues your %  till trom >our rin 1111. and kteva ii*ai %  •ark I* Thr Obvituiw ^iii nr Peoplr'w Theatre %  . ., ,,.,1 11 %  .i eeloue metM latter aDnaarliU 111 Wedn **££?* %  %  ad, arhtli thi %  r n-n.l-i ol im %  % %  %  %  I love very ... h> .nd him %  Id Hi Lard ot apei>I>• % %  • -• %  %  and ing. The fui. 1 I -plulleied Jer sute I % %  %  Park It n th.it on tha ora pment and which %  %  %  .. suggestions from %  %  I I .cordings". Please. I beg on my knees, Mr. I let me ever woa-at 1 ritEVoR GALE. tuna :' U S To The Cdiiur rtic Advocate, w mg are the n %  T. S. CHANDLKH. Id, %  %  1 %  Ihe bus s:. %  %  1 SECURE YOURS FROM DA CCSTA 6k CO, if Dry Goods Department Bl I'eler tor Ihc pu pow ol -...matted m need fcc* %  • linns whua ara IKM with"! !" m-4r-*imm*. bat ai~ irrrti^nifl h, gka m.tomif* hor.„ fldr-s. mm be IfUM-rrt. ark -r^rh th.„j rrf^n are ar he tem 10 Uie Iditor. nol for puhhr*Uon. hat as an agawaaoa w gaed faith.


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•sivv pim. M. IM llAUBADOS ADVOCATE SIMEY: 0 pf WOMEN LONDON •.uda> that .11 | ;nma. not Papa "'-'— me pants in 'he THEQAMftn. a .: \tSt LB, and women wore mraa he sld quite definitely 0,, idea of %  "weaker sex" lain! ot ihf pa" %  Tberc paw %  TJ T S Sin*)' Mid thai it 1 •Si' who does the allerf £* %  < wistfully though %  ST "lllw w " MkM %  He does them anyway. '.„ lv or not. he conceded | %  Suflc pronouncement pure ""SSalKj. Dr. Simey saidl %  ££* at the house has ,'S^d, and nowl merMv fj^, we have not yet !" n£ slafe where we havq| which sex we wont to the behaviour of man LONDON. „ ,. cha,, !" and w,l, J*£J** -^""j^ *"25e£fr bUmed 1. parti, gi-beth whHe .he Jft -•r.ietum to the Amazon, otttn of her second baby late in which usually involve Ion* standing and strain, have been cancelled. Elizabeth will lead an entirely %  normal" life bv keepin.. up private engagements arnost M the day of birth. There will be only slight variations to lar diet, designed to prow ting on too much weight. Before the birth of PliDi Charles-, she nttended to correspondence and other Palace matters up to a few days before the Prince was born on November 14, 1MB. She went shooting with theRoyal Family nt Balmoral In the early autumn, attended a wedding on October 20 and drove with her husband Philip to n private rtinm-r-prirtv on November !2 /gq/tfty QppAUnf PACE THKEi: ROYALTY KNITS „ tension In man, he said ominously. —t women who have been In Jined forces find their home I inadequate Sjnwv men i -y whether ^..t this tension" by the ^ned women would result in increase In day pigeo; m or pot shots at husbands, British scholar also didn't BY solution to the changing tjM! as he summed up conUDgi of %  two-day mental r conference. But he did i that conditioning on the {Vets of life sternb advised: __ men and women must to accept 'heir sex as a fun_^ fact. They have got tc to a new pattern for their tad the burden of choice Is JBBL" Other word*, wiveto stand over a hot stovi* dinner — cajole, bribe or I that hubby stand over a dishpan after pparentlv the -ox pattern at&ik age —I N S. WHAT U.K. BEES IN M.E. CAIRO. April 28. President of the Egyptian Heykal Pasha said to-da> he interpreted Britain's attito Jordan's annexation of Palestine as meaning "Egypt ttftle her differences with _^t*fore Britain can settle -Terences with Egypt". 1 Camden Town (London) will be summoned. Sister Howe, browneyed, slim and In her ISO's was 1 nurse-in-charge at the birth of Charles. She has worked on Sir William's cases for years, includng the birth nf Prince Michael of the Duchess of Kent. According to present plans the baby will be born at House. London home of Elizabeth and Philip. Bui because the Royal Family traditionally visits Balmoral during the summer, the possibility o! the baby being born F. Caught at the hack like old-fathloned hustle IT,,.. F.lltabrlh worr this sea-green drea*. lopped b> A fox rape when i*hr viHitem l*ndons Rowl m.|, union in Albemarle street. —EXPRESS. ruled <>ut. ion house. d if the child were bom in Scotland, no doubt it would be at Hirkhall. When IMncess Mar%  i 21, IMO, II was the %  ROOM A MERICAN had Ixvn t*orn in Scotland for ^ %  Uiiies, The baby, boy or girl — and .ill, hoping for %  girl — will M third in line to the tin nd forcing once more in the line of asm giver* ihe addltli i TO M Ar\hur George, if th. % %  i ma would not be %  fter the Kin, Of Philip's falhei Henry. David. Patrick, M i tier. i. court arek Mair, in .-,ini %  . aan, VIc%  • %  % % %  I Be likely choices i of Edinburgh's tour of duty in the Mediterranean is intll the vnr i % %  mate Issnrs i.. certain to b.the eoiitmement %  nd celebi Reports from well She lu*.s %  me of which, as I %  %  %  %  Iran log, rnrwirssjsil bi %  i-r nning is the lavette for ihe baby herself. Ai II* • ill lie all I K.imily. including Queen Mary, analreedy knitting busily, —I.N.S. Gas Secrets Enquiry fn Britain No Comment BUI N ment Uh icnt th;it Trade Pad tact that A i Toected 10 follow was given :o repi are about I ;00.000.00j peso trade agreemem importance nnh Argentine accord while DO Washingt %  -cries Argentina will Import oil from dollar areas : one year I nence. ProspecTs o* trade with Oft availabili^ %  %  need the : ' ti the i : i —Reuter Thank Britain Advocat* Corrnipondrnl i BEL1/K 1ST week Monday the LegisCouncil unanimously ndoptrejohition of the Hon. Wilson liUun. recording "grateful %  ntuon of the special conStun given to the immediate of British Honduras, ana tse prompt and favourable taken by His Majesty's lament in making available (port quota of 25.000 tons (of of which 18.000 tons a ill be bought by the Minis'Food at reasonably remunn) prices to be negotiated illy| resolution was seconded by %  a. Johnny Smith, People's Wtee chairman. FOOLISH AT 30 „., LONDON. The report said, however that Senility begins at .10 — but "there is much to bo said on the there* life in the old dog yet. other side. That fAtnunariztg the nndmgs "The older man may well claim on age and dexterity studied in that hi-experiences %  the aboratory by th.Applied rnakSJ up for any abatement ot Psychology Unit at Cambridge mechanical daxUl rsity, and reported in th. current issue of the "British An example may be taken nMcdical Journal The influential journal pointa %  *• COUftC Hiwork i out that the laboratory "does not ck* lion of henint suggest that foolishness beglni U ntunllaUon, arrive at 30, but it dkk cements, all at high speeds. that after that age the fnim shadows of semlit> are approachIt is )>osslble that the inga minute which gained him his One test Is the :rac;ng with a diploma in his stylus the mirror Image of cercoma '.**0 <>t loss In : tain digits. This is foun i to be ''ut •luanwlule he has become less speedily done once the age better equipped mentally for bis of 30 is passed. %  'k There may be more gaps The ability to make rapid and in hi racord, but he accurate movements and to Ion on mailing them decline^ rtNfttg • 'o make them good. n early middle age. —INS LOCKED IN CANTERBURY, England. While Patrick Brown was takj Mbfl it the top of the ntexburr'i ancient gateway, somebody tocked the iiooi. Browi incomfortable hours. —Can. Pre* BY CHAPMAN PINCHER %  %  %  > roiiowuig tin %  %  %  %  :r\ I*h Governmu" suggestion th*: But th'.carried out with M I than tin* routine cheeks already made hmenta G station ffhlck li also near %  Tlie Itntish and US led to exchange information I Kan defence since ihe A new* Interchange toi .nod in Washington a week before Pucha i %  .. %  133, Stafl ehtefi are M Informal %  %  %  %  areapoi to attack I %  at Edge. I One "i their discover i es, known i 1,000 umaa note m us tarn gas Boland Acts V^ B.6*a Chief Justice iBartudea Advorai* Oavraa ril 8. Mr. Justice F M B %  %  Bli \. n nham w. : % %  .cii |,rora lit.. •d to Ihj countrj i n Phi I h Hondu% %  %  the Supreme Court; n tielh St." | I bin beach He sucew %  %  .: Isl 11.1) Supreni. I II ., |, '-p..n when mustard |M %  .): J U. I ton plant, whiel menial establlsliinent from del. i i re ean h eatab%  : • : %  Sir William Ramsay wts the diuovtm of awkfo "•' f—Ur <•) rlnmK—tn achinrmnt mfmmUtlti hi ihe --ute hiilory of thtmiitrf. TV hm of ha iworrnn u>m mode "i iSoiwhrn,unihLtiiRafkioh, v ixAatei aifm, imt got Am exist! m imdl OJtonHltes in "t oil. Lalri, Aanuajr omj An aiiiiionn tactteitiin nWdftM? helium, MM, luyflon OMJA enon .uhiihat aho piestat mtmmm lw h rm twin mmmn. Alfm ihnr oom Mir mm rhmuj -/--' | J~ Aiom a *r.tm >W m ih, moJnn gfiU rltark lifh, b.0,. Jfc *„, ^rf,2( hmp Jrprmb m nton u iu,k or, nni ihol frw t i a p m t il loioy by my olhn ~~* ihm Aol -J m\m .IK. lUirn U Mm rmytoyei m mm lomp,, m oilinm lo ISWlUnwn mt.imudofktjIr '-fj /['l |ft i fa m' ir,h. RMBt/wmtommClis.:. ohril^laaslhltlt.iimniim, onjliiyiiltt.a well m hrmg fiofrtoi of.hemiui, 01 Brinol W Ion, m Ut*muy'j4kp, Umim. Ik wm hi^htiJ M i j.v, and ou'oijtj ihr Nohri PHm m ,tm. / ,oi, V; m m mn lm tl Aaonoiu., olChrmuol ,d. soya n \m MI n awm iwum 3r. wt Mini I:II'.I:.I\ „ ,.„, Hla k NlvT lM Unrm KI MIVMMH -|(ii:p HI u: KiK LADIES AT THE IMIOAIIU \. IIIIIVS SIMM* 1W pet rV^ This pure rieh milk powder romea in large lt-lb tine I Js.tS j>er tin. a handy and economical way to buy powdered milk for the fan.ih Dairy Pride Is mau^hi .t %  esmltty Cow'o Milk, nnd processed so that all the natural vitamins ind ereamv flavour of fre*h Cow' MUl T > (nlned. DUUCTIOMS' Mix one beeping tuuleapoonful of Dairy Pride (a) •W| ball pml ('•* pint) or cup of liquid. For extra goodnea.*. mix and leave in refpgOT lee box overniglit BUi Ice koui whisk a few sponfulnf Dairy Pride Milk I into your mixture — W.M per 17-1% tin. Dairy ?ride 4L ovo Ur f i nai ritamini and %  i .t Me. par un an pU| l I M*. p.i !!-•. llm MAFFCO *•. AiUit t>. r LU. I I a.ll.-. mU.mmi i \ NMM A I %  H M pete. %  % % %  euava A c... • .Ill.na <>• % %  a>u. r>thiM a t . LI4.. lapfiH. Saall t. t I IIMI A. rao a i*. I I WILLIAMS XARKtriNU CO.. 1 TD.-S.U