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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895

SCHUMAN PLAN



SIGNED

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HOPES of a new era for co-operation within a unified

expressed when the agreement on the Schiman Plan for poaing
and steel resources was initialled at the Foreign Ministry in Paris.

‘Professor Hallstein, leader of the German delegation, sighs on behalf

of all the foreign delegations he said it was right sthe plan
should eternally bear the name of Mr. Schuman. Pee

HUNGARY FORTIFYING
SLAV FRONTIER

BELGRADE, April 4.
Two Hungarian frontier guards who deserted into me
|



slavia on March 22, have reported military preparations on
the Hungarian side of Yugoslavia’s northern border, a Yugo-
slav press office said today.

The two men declared pill boxes were being built and
trenches dug in the frontier area and that the main road
from Budapest which eventually leads through Yugoslavia

to Trieste was being widened by two yards.
Houses on two frontier villages
bad been demolished and the in-



We Face |



THURSDAY,



APRIL 5, 1951



U.N. PROBE DEEPER IN N.





FIVE... CENTS



Communists put up little resistance



Ask Parliamentary
Approval For Sugar
Pact With Cuba

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 4.

CUBA’S representatives at the trade and tariff
talks at Torquay were today continuing their
negotiations with British Government representa-
tives, according to Dr. Mendoza, Cuban Ambassador
in London. Referring to a report that negotiations
between the two countries had been concluded, he

said: “I have not beeh infoftied that the talks are
over.



“We still have a large delega-
tion down at Torquay and as far
as I am aware we are having dis-

cussions with British Government
delegates”.

Cuba, it has been reported
wants to sell Britain one and @
half million tons of sugar in. the

next three years and to obtain a
market in this country for cigars,

The Risks

Says Morrison
grapefruit and pineapples.

LONDON, April 4. Recent reports that talks be-

Herbert Morrison, British For-]tween Britain and America have
eign Secretary -tonight pledged/not resulted in a serious break-
continued unity with the British} down in imperial preferences, has
Empire, the European community} been taken as a good omen by
and the United States, Speaking}Colonial interests here. Britain’s
at a banquet given by the Lord,;stand has done much to “kill”
Mayor of London, Morrison said| the suggestion that Cuba’s bid for
London was the seat of a govérn—j the British market was American-
ment “whieh has close and indj-} backed and would therefore re-
vidual links with many capitals}eeive favourable consideration,
and many governments across the }Meanwhile it is understood that
seas.” negotiations between Australian
London was in a special sense} and British Governments are now
the centre of thé Commonwealth, [proceeding with particular refer-
“We are also here the neighbours}énee to Britain’s future sugar
of western Europe”, Mr. Morrison f¢ommitments. The Australian
continued. “As neighbours do, we]Government it is understood, has
share much of the same back- {already officially protested to the
















sPANISH AMBASSADOR IN LONDON


















THE DUKE OF PRIMO DE RIVERA and his wife heave just arrived

in England. The Duke is ene first Spanish Ambassador in London

since early in 1047. :
Express

GRENADA LOST £195,000
IN CROP DAMAGES
House Of Commons Told

LONDON, April 4
THOMAS COOK, Parliamentary Under Secretary fot
the Colonies, in a statement on the situation in Grenada
said that no incidents had been reported by the Governo)
since the statement in the House on March 21. Resumptior
of work was delayed at Plaisance and Mount Horn Estates
‘In view of negotiations pro

ceeding locally, I do not wish to
add

anything to previous st re R | A 1
mnie in the House shout evens LUODELE ACAMS

in Grenada,



ground and as neighbours do, we}Canadian Government at that} ‘I regret to say damages and] , Indicted
have to face many risks together}country’s reported attempts to} losses in respect to crops are re )
and shall be ready if needed, to}Mmegotiate a separate sugar con-| ported from some 80. egtates,

face them again. tract with Cuba,









‘ntest total estimates (Fram Our

améuntin¢ Own Cortespondent



- “We in this country are proud}. Two Opposition members = £196,000. In addition damage| EORGETOWN, BG. April 4

aa transported to the in U.K. Troops of what dur meaiberthits implies, Jing information on recent events! by arson to Government property Robert Adams, British Guiana

Bahathnt ante ¥upoelay. propa- e “We are also united for all the}have put, down questions for Mr, is estimated at £8300 und to] Pern former London stage. screen
ganda was carried on in the Hun- Will Return world to see by many close and} Harold Wilson, President of the} private property at £9,700, aptor now practising barrister dn

ee To eed : special ties of language culture} Board of Trade for next Tuesday.} Cook added that some citizens} British Guiana has been indict-
garian army, and military prepar- and litical traditi ing Commander Bullus. C i i ‘ ably charged with obstructing the
ations were explained by reference and poiltival traditions. to | te eye eoencer Sulu, Son-| with wireless experience greatly! course of justice along with his
to Yugoslavia’s alleged design on Home United States of America.” servative is asking whether Mr. | assisted police conymunications lerk Eric Gravésdidée. Pyal
Hungarian arataee Ps agli A WALTERS—10.50 pm Wilson has any statement to make | during the strike clerk Eric Graveside. Prelimih
othce said o> Ve press Mr, Morrison said Britain’s re- | on the Torquay talks and Mr Dr, Morgan (Labour) asked, ae era ase one a ites ae

Two denéitere. w ‘ se LONDON, April 4. lationships with the Empire, West- | Remnant, Conservative is seeking] “Is the Minister aware of the of the $40 000 Easte 1949
Two deserters who came over The British section of the 27th ern Europe and the United States}for an assurance that no agree-| economic conditions in Grenade | pol me abies ar h @ nee i
with Soviet rifles and automatics |Commonwealth Infantry Brigade - “necessarily influence to a large}Ment will be signed with Cuba] which are perfectly disgraceful, the Soainelion cf Meda i Snanr 4
said they decided to escape be-| which arrived in Korea last Alg-! extent” British foreign policy. until it has received the approval|and will you see to it that in|fugitives fram. French Clee
cause they could no longer stand] ust is to be rélieved soon, War! The North Atlantic Treaty he}of Parliament, future there is quick machinery Fallow! 1g th * + poly hee tht
the “brutal treatment and system- | Minister John Strachey announc-| said was regarded as the blending available as soon ag an industrial Fret men, “ vs sven ie bt ant
— ata este in their |ed Tuesday in the House of Com- | together of all these elements, or agricultural dispute has arisen ? | 9 aiarwe ‘syairiat "Bubslnapectos
and other units of the Hungarian | mons. . io : Addressing the many foreign Cook : “We have now to set up| Deygoo and Frank Gomes {
_,. 2 ie i “a. ant ge ye gly Caan present he added : U.K. GOVT. this Wages Council in Grenada pri suhcadesaees cienagee ta

cecording to the press office 2 a battalion eac ro) ne} “These are not exclusive relations be and hope good results will come} uttering < “ged coc e vith
officers anid mén have deserted to|Middlesex Regiment and _ thé|ships, We believe that interna- STOCKS UP from its efforts.” —Reuter. Vatent fo iebiea the public om
Yugoslavia this year from Comin- | A4?8y!l and Sutherland Highland- | tional co-operation can flourish prevent the course of justice, Botl
form neighbours, One of them was |@Ts: , An Australian battalion despite differences of political LONDON, April 4 harges failed

¢ aniny, | Joined it in October, and the Prin- | cysteains.”—Reutei 4 eaeoe ; sare sa

the Commander of a Rumanian cess Patricia's Canadian Light systems. euter. British Government stocks rose ord Russell Police are now charging Adame
frontier guard batallion. Infantry in February. Strachey by a quarter to half point in the 4 with Gravesande for falsely ac
Last year, altogether 112 fron- said the Brigade had. distinguish- London Stock Exchange today, cusing Deygoo and Gomes

tier troops deserted to Yugoslavia

ed itself in action, and the British
—Reuter.

units had spent seven months

almost continuously in the line.
The 29th British Brigade arriv—

French Inerease Is in Korea last November and

Strachey said there are no plans

lnicome Taxation yet to relieve it.—(CP)
S, April 4, , |
The Fre ir AhiS, dpril 4. Gn ae PIUS X FOR ’
decided to impose a five per cent} BEA TIFICA TION |

tax increase on all incomes above
50,000 francs per year.
ate VATICAN CITY, April 4.
Pope Pius X, who “died of a



It also decided to _ increase
charge for telephone calls by 25

per cent, broken heart’ 19 days after the
The income tax increase was|CUtbreak of World War I which
expected to yield ieee he strove to prevent, will be beati-

15,000,000,000 francs and the tele-} fied on June 3, the Vatican an-
phone increase about 6,000,000,000] nounced today. ;
francs, A solemn ceremony in St. Peter’s
Telegraph messages and letters Basilica, the first step to sainthood
for foreign countries will pay 20] Will be performed by Pope Pius
per cent more, letters within XI : :
France remaining at the same The present Pontiff and his Con-
price for the time being. gregation of Rites haye already

The income tax increase will] approved the two requisite mira-
have to be approved by the|cles for the beatification of Pius
National Assembly. X, who was 79 when he died after

—Reuter. an 11 years reign.



His miracles were the curing of
two nuns suffering from malig-
naht growths. One died in 1939,
but the other is still alive and is
expected to attend the beatifica-
tion service.—Reuter,

French Take
Three Posts

HANOI, INDO-CHINA, April 4.
French forces hit back to-day

Named Commiander
Atlantic Area

LONDON, April 4
Tne North Atlantic Treaty
Deputies’ Council today approved
the appointment of United States |
Admiral R. Fechteler as Supreme
Commander Atlantic Ocean area,
it was believed in usually well in-

formed quarters, : on the vital Tonkin delta area of

The decision wes being Con-|tndosChina as reports indicated
veyed to President Truman invit- | that the first phase of the Viet-
ing him to approach Admiral Fech-" minh Communist rebel offensive
teler and member governments Of jaunched last week had failed. A
the Atlantic Pact Organisation 1t} strong French mobile force ad-
was understood, A formal state-| vancing through rugged moun-
ment might be made tomorrow or] tains on the two - mile front re-
Friday to be followed immediately | occupied three French outposts in
by an announcement by Admiral] the Tonkin delta bridgehead, re-





Fechteler naming his own Deputy |liable French military sources
Commanders.—Reuter. stated.
ani: f —Reuter.



MURDERER HANGED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. KITTS, April 4
Carbon, 19-year-old
who murderéd Police-
11, was

STUDENTS WARNED

MADD, April 4

Medical atid chemistry students
who returned to their class-rooms
in University City today after o
two-day strike found notices warn-
| ing them that any further strike
Eve-—| would lose them their June terms
Michael They would not be admitter
ral Hos-| until September, the notices said

Robert
Antiguan,
man Henry on. November
hanged here this morning

STABBED

Twenty-year-old. Neried
lyn of Greenfield, St
was admitted to the G







p ast. night iffering from} In future students would have t
stab wounds. The Police are mak-| produce identity cards when en-
tigat tering clause Reuter

following the Government's eco-
homic survey of 1951 predicting a
“harsh” yéar, Other domestic
Grant Cut 90% stocks were marked slightly lower
at the outset, but later’ recovered

WASHINGTON, April 4. in the absence of selling pressure

The Appropriations Sub-Com-jGenerally the survey was received
mittee of the House of Represent-|calmly. It did, however, cause

Voice Of America

atives has cut by over 90% | some switching of interest from
President Truman’s request for home to overseas stocks, Rubbers

$97,500,000 to strengthen and ex-|â„¢oved higher, aided by the Ma-
pand the radio Voice of America. |/a@cca rubber dividend of 25 per
The Voice of America is a State |Cemt. for the year against seven

Department radio propaganda and a half per cent. and there
service to foreign countries. was a firm tone to oils,

The six-man Sub-Committee} oan bonds were mainly
disallowed money requested by the area ia ag
President to start work immediate- | 4 et aed shares were in
ly oh four highspowered emand and coppers recovered

short ; ;
wave stations in the United States ers tenes ats ,

and nine overseas medium wave | desig might spread
relay stations.
Sub-Committee members said
they were not satisfied with plans
for operating proposed new
stations—Reuter.

ATTLEE WILL
BE DETAINED

LONDON, April 4

British Prime Minister Clement
Attlee who is suffering from a
duodenal ulcer, must remain in
hospital “for a further period,”
his doctors said today.

In a bulletin on the Premier's
condition, Doetors W. Fergusson
Hannay and Professor G. W. Pick . :
ering said the Prime Minister duo-! , President Carson F, Lyman, said
denal ulcer is responding slowly|the suppression of La Prensa
to treatment. “In our opinion it) “represents a blow to the freedom
will be necessary for Attlee to|of the press everywhere”.
remain in hospital for a further} The Washington Daily News and
period to enable his ulcer to heal|two radio stations would \ower
completely.” their flags to half mast. Similar

Attlee went into hospital moves were reported underway in
March 21 last.—Reuter. other cities —Reuter.

—Reuter.



Day Of Mourning

For La Prensa

WASHINGTON, April 4.

Radio stations and newspapers
have joined the National] Press
Club in declaring a day of mourn-
ing on Friday for the Argentine
newspaper La Prensa.

The Board of Governors of the
National Press Club, an organisa-
tidn of 7060 Washington cor-
respondents, voted unanimonsiy to
lower the flag 6ver the Press Club
to half mast or Friday.



on





On Charge



Adams sprung a surprise this

afternoon by making application

FRANKFURT, April 4 for a summons against Hon'ble

West German news agency] Frank Holder, Attorney General,
)D.P.A reported today that Ger-| Gilbert Farnum, Legal Draught

jman police are to charge Lord] man, Major Stanhope, Billyeatd

Russell, British Deputy Advocate] Detective Superintendent, Frank
General with violation of traffic} D’Abreau Assistant Detective
regulations, Superintendent and Sub Inspec

August Linne Chief of Police of
the Detmold district announced
to-day, according to D,.P.A, that
the authorities on information re-
ceived were compelled to charge

tor Belfon accusing them of econ
spiring defeat the course oi
justice by requesting Gravesande
not to give evidence in the cas:
of Gravesande versus Deygoo and

to

jthe Deputy Judge Advocate Gen-| Gomes

{eral with violation of traffic regu- eee al ‘ r f
lations and bodily injury Gravesande also applied yea
| A summons nas been served on| SWâ„¢monses for the sume group
\the British military authorities the] except Hoider accusing them of
police chief said, — attempting to dissuade him by
' Lord Russell was mobbed by a| threats, bribes and other corrupt
,German crowd on Saturday night] Mesns from giving evidence in
in the Westphalian town of Vlotho] the case of Gravesande versus

Deygoo and Ccmé
Gravesande led
today in support of

while motoring from his
there to the Rhine army
quarters in Bad Oeynhausen,

home
head- the evidence

his applica-

Driving through the procession| ticn for a summons but the mag
\in Viotho he was punched and | istrate called for further evidenc«
Germans tried to snatch a peari| which will be heard on Friday
necklace from his wife, a Rhine

Army statement at the time said.
—Reuter,



Secret Oil Talks
Open Monday

ELIZABETH WILL
SEE THE POPE





rai er ariehy et
E. WASHINGTON, Apri ‘

Princess Elizabeth ware the Secret Anglo-American oil talks
Duke of Edinburgh are expect-[ Will open here next Monday to
ed to pay a private visit to the discus the threat to = Westers
‘Pope on April 13, The British Powers’ oil supply, — whic 1 ha
Royal couple are due to arrive been created by Persia’s decisior
here by air on April 11 on a pri- te nationalis« the / glo-Iranian
vate sight-seeing tour of Italian Oil Co., Reuter learned authorita
cities, The Duke, Lieutenant} tively today
Commander with the British The talks will be opened for Bri

fleet based at Malta, will captain| tain by the Ambassador, Sir Olive:

the British Armed Services Polo] Franks, and for the United States

Team in a series of games|by the Assistant Secretary ofpState
i ; ie : Bas tairs, George

against Rome teams. fer the Middle East Affairs,

| ’ —(CP), MéGhee—Reuter



RISING COSTS HIT C.N.S. LINE

OTTAWA, April 4.
Canadian National West Indies

pared with $6,582,608 thus the
operating deficit was $601,432

Steamships Ltd, was hit by rising which increased to $1,028,767
costs and substantially increased after payment of interest on
handling charges at West Indies bonds and government advances.
ports in 1950 and wound up ‘The report signed by Donald
$1,028,767 in the red. The 1949 Gordon, President of the Cans-
deficit was $460,498. This was dian National System, said that
shown on Tuesday in the annual operating costs were adversely
report of the line tabled in the affected by substantially in-
Commons hy Transport Minister ereased handling of charges at
Chevriet it reported operating West Indies ports by the com-
revenues of $5.124,200 compared pany's 10 vessels and by in-

erensed prices of ships’ supplies

The company looking

with

$6,595,007 and operating
exper o! $

$5,725,632 com-

wa





towards a better year in 1951 slight increase cver 1949 despite
articularly because of the re- reduced fares and in ised ¢
axation of dollar import re- pétition—but freight revenue
Strictiongs contemplated under decreased 26.2 per cent to
the trad@ liberalization plai $3,812,597 due to the substa ai
effective January 1, last rat® of reduction on sugar
flour which constitute

It said an extensive study is principe! carfloes to
underway on the subject i duction of 51.692 tons or i5.¢
trade relations between Canada cent In the volu f trafl
and the British West Indies carried the reduction « 856,976
with particular attention to the pense :
financial position of the C.N.S tor C dle
steamship services

Passenger revenues showed f ‘ 65 to 63 CP

| Russia Has

Yank Jets Kill 300

Communists: Allies.

TOKYO, April 4
AMERICAN TANKS and infantry contacted a
Communist battalion on the west central front,
a few miles north of the border today, the first
determined resistance to a limited United Nations
offensive across the 38th parallel into North Korea.
An Eighth Army evening communique sum.
marising operations, said this Task Force was
heavily mortared in the Toyongni area about 12
miles north-east of Seoul. There was also some
shell-fire.

But the Task Force continued to
advance in North Korean. territory

resistance decreased later
the day, the communique Said,

Other United Nations forces re
ported moderate w heavy Com-
munist fire and general resistance
a few miles further west near
Yongpyong which lies on the
lateral road running north of the

as in

A New Plan

For Big Four



parallel and is also on the main
PARIS, April 4 railway line from Seoul to Pyons
Russia submitted a new pro-]| yang, North Korean capital

posal for the first point of the Limited United Nations ad-
Foreign Ministers’ Conference] vances against light resistance
agenda today. at the 23rd meeting] were reported from the central
f the Big Four Deputies here. The] sector On the eastern front,
three western powers reserved] Allied patrols probed forward

their position after saying that it
raised some difficulties

but noted no significant Commu-
nist activity

The Bighth Army estimated
that over 1400 Communist troops
were killed or wounded in Tues-
day's operations over the whole
front



Andrei Gromyko, who presented
the new Soviet proposal, referred
again to the importance his Gov
ernment attached to the inclusion
on the agenda of the North Atlan-

American jet fighters to-day
tic Treaty and American bases] killed ‘at least 300 Communists
overseas with rockets blazing jellied petrol

end machine gun fire near Pyong
He also insisted that the item] yang in a day of intense air ac-
dealing with the Itallan peace tivity 4

treaty and its provisions for Tri-
este Free Territory should be in-
cluded.Reuter

The 5th air force fighters had
flown more than 600 effective sor-
ties betore dusk to-day. Five
tanks, one bulldozer and 64 lor-
ries were» destroyed and 64 rail-
way trucks destroyed or damaged,

—Reuter,



Britain Protests
Antarclic Base

LONDON, April 4.
Britain has protested to Chile
on the setting up of a third Chil
ean base on Paradise Island in the
Antarctic, British Foreign Secre-



French Minister
Resigns Office

PARIS, April 4

Minister for Overseas: Francot



tary Herbert Morrison announced | yitterand resigned to-night afte:

to-day a virtual vote censure in the
Morrison said in answer to a| National Assembly

question in the House of Com- Political circles thought Prime

mons that the British Ambassador }| Minister Queuille would be able

in Santiago had delivered aj to persuace Mitterand to withdraw

|

|

|

|

formal protest against
action

Morrison said Britain would signed after the Assembly voted
also prote to Argentina if ,



by 241 votes to 173 a symbclic cut
of 1,000
salary

Estimate

urgent Press reports of the estab-
lishment of another Argentine
base on the Falkland Islands de-
pendencies were confirmed

Major Tufton Beamish -(Con
servative) asked “is the Foreign
Secretary contemplating taking
any action ather than that of
sending a feeble protest every few
months’?

‘The Foreign
was drowned by

francs
during
for hi

in the Minister's
the debates con
Ministry
Keuter





|
Chile’s | his resignation and that the in
cident would not prove serious
Mitterand, a near Radical re

TELL THE ADVOCATE

THE NEWS
DIAL 3113
DAY OR NIGHT

Secretary's reply
interruption,

euter,

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Wool Prices Drop:
U.S. Competition Goes

MELBOURNE, April 4
THE MELBOURNE HERALD’S woo! expert s:
day that current drops in wool prices were
withdrawal of much American competition”
He added that “possibly 15 per cent of the wool auction
ed in Australia for several weeks before Eester”
on behalf of the United States.

The United States Defence
partment yesterday announces
that America’s armed service
would use 15 cent less raw
wool.)

There is
mill circles

} 4
1d 7

“due to tl

was bought

Dew Settee

British M.P’s

May
Get More Sleep

per

inereasing concern ir
here that the Austra-
lian market which this week is 1(
per cent down on pre-Easter level:
may go lower af Parliament, may soon be abil
Japanese buying which is large-|to get to bed early, Conservati

ly financed by the United 3 Winston Chugchill spid

LONDON, April 4

Britain’s bleary-eyed Membe}

s also reported to have been] last night
everely curtailed according to the He suggestet] that Government
Herald leaders and top Conservative

Sir Douglas Copland, Professor
of Economics and Vice-Chancellor
of Australia’s National University
suid to-night it wag not surprising
there should be some
the “extravagant price’ wool had
reached, Tt is a salutary remind-
r that there are limits even to the
like

should work out some way of ai

ing Conservative grievances with
out the late night sittings whie
have kept Parliament working
past midnight for the last month
Easter, the Con
servatives have pressed nightly
motion asking for annulment of
minor items of Government legis-
lation. As a result Parliaments?

ians have been burning plenty of
midnight oil lately.—(€P)

reaction te
Sinee before

demand
woo!,.”’
Harry Duke, Chairman of the
Auckland Wool ,
nid te lay

for a commodity

Brecker

that

ocia
.

all indica























ons were that there would be es
| t sreat a ramble for wool” Reject Protest
at ; next New Zealand sale here BELGRADE, April 4
g if the 1 ted States buyer: The Yugeslav Governn y
BR, Ware wh day rejected Hungarian |
Reuter | against the allege vult thé
ie riat € D’Affai
| VISIT POSTPONED _| Istvan Hrabe nthe - sa0va)
| } police during a ee f 1
| TEHERAN, April 5 | Belgrade four days ago
} Shah of Persia _ha postponed | In note to the Hungarian
t tate it to Jordan on April! Government Yi i de {
\8 owing to udden appendix} Hunga
€ plete disto
Reuter. | Reuter

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Carib Calling

R. HAYNES CHALLENOR,
brother of Hon. R. “Laddie”
Challenor, M.L.C. who had been
holidaying in Barbados since
February 3rd, left yesterday after-
noon by T.C.A. for Toronto.
Miss Frances Harman,’ Mr.
Haynes ChalJlenor’s sister-in-law
and her friend Miss Ethel Butler
who arrived here at the same time
as Challenor, also left yesterday
by the same plane. They were
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
T.C.A. Engineer
M*: AND MRS. CLAYTON
GLENN, who are spending a
week's holiday here at the Ocean
View Hotel were to have left
yesterday by T,C.A. for Montreal
where Mr. Glenn is with T.C.A’s,
Engineering Department. They
are not leaving now until Satur-
day.
From Curacao
ISS ENID MALONE, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. W. M.
Malone of Navy Gardens was
among the passengers arriving
from Curacao via Trinidad on
Tyesday night.
Back To Trinidad
ETURNING to Trinidad yes-
terday afternoon by B.W.1.A.
were Mr. Darnley Fletcher, his
sister Mrs. Taylog and her young

daughter. They have been in
Barbados since March 14th on
holiday.

Mr. Fletcher who is studying

medicine at Edinburgh, Scotland,
will be returning to the U.K
later this month. They were
staying at the Lawrence
Hotel.

Returning To-morrow
R. H. H, CROUCHER,
Director of Agriculture in

British Guiana who is at present
holidaying in Barbados is due to
return to B.G., to-morrow by

B.W.LA. He is a guest of Prof.

Dash of Enterprise Road.

Special Flight
.W.I.A. ran a Special Flight
yesterday morning to Trini-

dad taking twenty two Codrington
High School girls and two Lodge
boys to spend the Easter holidays
in Trinidad, Most of them live in

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Football .

RICKET lovely cricket goes
the calypso, I'm sure if there
was a local calypsonian he would
be busy composing a_ calypse
about football, Walk along Broad
Street any day and listen to the
“buzz” of voices. The word foot-
ball seems to highlight § any

conversation

T.C.A. Girls

ISS JUNE CLARK and Misr
Jean Lovie, T.C.A. hostesses
accompanied by Miss Adelaide
O’regan, f.C°A Reservation
Agent in Ontario who had been
spending a short holiday in Bar-
bados left yesterday afternoon by
T.C.A. on their return journey

to Canada.

Official Visit
R, LEONARD THOMPSON
of the American Consulate
here leaves this morning by
B.W.I1.A. for Antigua and St.
Kitts on a short official visit. He
expects to be back in Barbados on

Trinidad. April 12th,
HE impudence of travel lit-
erature! Whenever an hotel

is described in screaming superla-
tives, you may be sure it is one
of those cosmopolitan bolting-
hutches of beastliness with tele-
phones and radios all over the
bedrooms, vile cocktail lounges,
and a general Crewe Junction at-
mosphere of fuss and noise—and
oily sycophancy on every side.
Utinam, eithe, would that I had
a Muse of fi fire, that I might praise
a very different kind of place,
where repose, good food and good
drink are the important things.
Far above all,and without a peer

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ana,
he was the guest of Mr.
Fred Olton of
barees.

spend ten days’ holiday in Bar-

Staying With Aunt
{
Mss JOAN GHENT who
arrived from Trinidad over}
the week-end by the Gascogne is
staying with her aunt Mrs. Nor-
man Hart at Worthing.

En Route To B.G.

UE to leave this afternoon by
B.W.1I.A. for Trinidad is

Mr. Johnnie Adamson Managing
Director of Bookers Drug Stores
He is on his way to'British Gui-
During, his stay in Barbados
and Mrs.

“Springfield”, Bar-

From British Columbia
R. AND MRS. FRANK HOL-
LAND arrived from Canada

yesterday morning by T.C.A. to

bados, staying at Cacrabank. Mr.
Holland is in T.C.A.’s, Traffic



and Sales Department in *‘Vancou-

ver. His home is in Cloverdale,
3ritish Columbia.

Arriving by the same plane was
Miss Betty McAvoy, Also here
for ten days, she is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel. She is an air-
line stewardess with T.C.A.

Married Yesterday

A QUIET WEDDING _ took

place at St. Cyprian’s Church
yesterday morning when Miss
Thelma Ruth Gilkes, only daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gilkes,
cf “Brooklyn,” River Road was
married to Mr. William Randoiph
Douglas, Deputy Registrar and
son of the late Mr, and Mrs, W.
P. Douglas.

The bride who was given in
marriage by her father wore a
ballerina length dress of suede
crepe made on Victorian lines,
with a yoke of venetian lace, A
Juliet cap bordereqd with pearls
and a fingertip veil completed
the charming ensemble.

Rev. W. M. Malone performed
the ceremony. Bestman was Dr.
A. S. Ashby.

The honeymoon is being spent
at the, Crane.



BY THE WAY ee « By Beachcomber

in. Europe is White’s Hotel at
Wexford. Trailing’ behind come
the Mur at Jaca, the Grand at
Odense, the Oranger at Les
Planches, the Danjean at Belfort,
the place by the waterfall under
the Pic d’Enfer, at Ribas de
Fresser, the old Lion d’Or at
Perpignan, the Colonne de Bronze

at St. Valéry-sur-Somme (not
en Caux), and twelve hundred
thousand little resting-places,

such as the Drummond Arms by

the tranquil Yarrow. :
How the ‘Octopus’ Works
the Orfl

HE criticism that

system of “ovtopuses” defeats
its own ends by leaving no outlet
for the traffic, is a trivial one.
The basic,idea is to have a wind-
ing ‘one-way street from which
there is an egress only at the near
end. As the traffic must enter
the street at this end, the other
end being a blind alley, obvious
ly it cannot expect to emerge
from the street at the far end, or
to enter it from that end, A cir-
cular ramp haifway along each
“octopus” enables vehicles to turn
and come back, The traffic which
eannot enter or emerge at the
far end takes a parallel “octopus”
and goes in the reverse direction,
thus freeing considerable areas
during the tims required for the
vehicles using tne cireular ramp
to emerge again at the near end
of the “octopus.”

Whar! No Snibbo ?

NDER the heading, “Beauty
Tip,” I read this — a hint
which 1 gave years ago:—
She uses boot polish on her
eye-lashes instead of mascara.
In Passing
AN you tell me the difference
between the smell of burning
rubber and the smell of a glass
of Richebourg? Probably you
can. But scientists cannot; not,
that is, in any jargon that will
satisfy them. An article I have
just read admits that no scientist
can say, “in terms which have
any scientific precision,” what is
the difference between the scent
of a rose and that of boiled cab-
bage. I am heartily glad to hear
it. We can drink in peace.
Re-diversion Schedule
OW, let us suppose that A is
driving a car northwards
from Parkodrome 641, Ramp Area
26, and is diverted westwards at

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Roundabout 47. He will first have
to cross the Transverse by-pass
leading to Octopus 214. Approach

Area 34, in an easterly direction, A

bearing south at the fifth tentacle- |
street of Octopus 213. This will|
bring him to the Two-Way Round- |
about 55, On emerging’ he will | ?
proceed along the one-way street
which leads to Octopus 214 fund
above), the key-point for south-
go..ty traffic in Areas 34, 35, 36
and 36(a). Ramp 81 lies before
him, leading to Parkodrome 93. He
ean get back on to his northerly
direction by parking until the
south-going traffic is diverted to
Octopus 78 (b). After that all he
has to do is to proceed bY one-
way streets as far as Ramp 614
Group Area 219, He will then be
aiverted to Approach Area 46 to
await instructions by loud-speaker

The Brimless Bowler

Y promised account of the
‘ man who always slept in <
brimless bowler, so that it woulc
fit easily into a soft pillow, was
held up while a poll of hatters
was taken. Most of the hatter:
said that you don’t have to be ¢
hatter to realise that if you try
to put your head on a pillow
while wearing a brimless bowler
the bowler will tumble off or be
pushed askew. I replied that you
don’t have to be a hatter, in any
case, and that the man in ques-
tion doesn’t mind if his hat is
askew or falls off. The point is
that he goes to bed in it. The
hatters then said that it was
waste of money to have a specia'
brimless bowler made for sleeping
in-I answered that the man used
an old bowler, and cut off the
brim himself. The hatters asked
“If everyone did that, where would
we be?” I replied: “Just where we
are, And everybody doesn’t do it
as you well know.” Now we can
get on with it.
Kipper Bricks
NYBODY who believes that
“kipper bricks’ packed in
cardboard cartons will be fresher
and nicer than single kippers is
welcome to his belief. People
called “Government Scientists”
have discovered a method ol
“laying kippers back downwards”
(or down backwards?) “so that
the thin side of one overlaps the



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1951



The Radio
Roosevelts

Pull in the Ads.

By FREDERICK COOK

NEW. YORK,
_ Out = a tiny, cluttered studic
in a yscraper hotel, mopping
her forehead, stepped the a
ex-secretary wife of New York's
Mayor, Mr. Vincent Impelletteri
The nervous little man who had
been waiting half-an-hour for
the door to open gave a last tug
ut his tie, popped in and took his
Feat opposite Mrs, Eleanor
Roosevelt and the three micro-
phones.
_ Ten seconds later he was being
introduced. “I have with me to-
day a man I’m sure you all know.
the former Prime Minister of
France, Hew do you do, Mr. Paul
Reynaud?”

The recording machine in the
minute clothes cupboard just off
the studio had stopped spinning
only long enough for a fast switch
of discs.

Mrs fmpelletteri and M, Rey-
naud were the latest in a long
parade of notables and plain,
anonymous men-in-the-street
and their wives—to have made
unvehearsed appearances over a
45-minute, five-days—a-week
broadcast which. has won its place
in a few months against fierce
competition as one of the tep
radio features in the United States
the Eleanor Roosevelt Pro»
gramme. 3

SIX OF F.D.R.

_Into the studio (Gecorated with
six pictures of the late President,
three of Mrs Roosevelt and one

of the Grosvenor Square
Memorial to FDR) have trooped
Gertrude Lawrence, Tallulan

Bankhead and Helen Hayes tc
talk about the theatre.

Ezzard Charles has given the
lowdown on bexing from the re-
ceiving end.

Ambassador Warren Austin has,
thundered against Vishinsky.
Denise Darcell and the distin-
guished Bob Sherwood have dis-
eussed their differing aspects of
show business, Sir Benegal Rau
and Sir Gladwyn Jebb have
speken on world affairs,

Movie stars, authors, scientists
have contributed something at
first hand in response to the
razor-sharp questioning of the
tall, tireless Mrs. Roosevelt, just
voted by a number of het
admirers “the Greatest Living
Woman in the World.”

In trying to account for the
smash-hit success of a_ project
they had laughed off as a certain
failure. America’s radio pundits
now say “the secret lies in the
tact that the voice is the voice of
Eleanor, but the hand is the hand
of Elliott.”



Elliott’ Roosevelt, #DR’s tall,
husky second son, officially bos:
of the show as president of

Roosevelt and Jones Inc. (which
records the programme complete
with advertising, and sells it as a
ready-for-the-air ‘package’ to
ithe studio) finds the talent,
rounds it up and presents it. to
his mother for her expert dis-
section, Behind his easy-going
nonchalance there lurks a keen
instinct for the man or woman
who is news at the moment and
a sharp business ability to sew
them up before a rival gets the
chance.

Mrs. Roosevelt herself is not
above taking a small part in the
inescapable commercial operations
without which, under the Ameri-
can radio system, no programme

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NEWS FROM BRITAIN

LONDON,

lhe Man from Utopre had a
word for it. A word, I mean,
for all the tribulations of ow

| island Welfare State: our worries

about the fate of Anglo-Persian
oil, about Egypt and that £80m.
release this year for which
there would appear to be
No quid pro quo; worries about
the fateful Budget in a few
weeks’ time, akout whether or
not there’s going to be a General
Election soon, Will it be as far
distant as the Government would
prefer it to be?

We're fn a “tailspin.” That, at
any rate, is how the author of
the recently published “Return
from Utopia,” Conservative M.P.
Richard Law, summed it up
when talking to the Society for
Individual eedom at its 101s
luncheon in London recently, He
likened the Welfare State to ar
aeroplane in a _ tailspin. Bui
while he thinks other countries
attempting this dangerous ad-
ministration” find it difficult tc
“straighten out” he has hopes
for Britain.

The nativw. temperament of
these isles, in his. view, will be
equal to the situation, A cheer-
ing thought—coupled, mind you
to the warming thought that the
almost forgotten sun shines again
from the long winter of abnormal
rains and that there has been
even enough coal around to allow
cur nationalised railway to run
just as many holidays trains as
in former Easters.

To follow the Utopian theme.
It would be pleasant at present
to banish from these notes ali
thoughts of international crises,
or of the “night starvation” at-
tacking our friends at Westmin-
ster nowadays as a result of the
harrying tactics of those impet-
uous, impatient Tories. Much

can survive, or even get a hear- better to dwell surely on the
ing, She may murmur diffidently, idyll of a Tory and _ Socialist
as a distinguished guest comes to, M’P. gambolling with Brumas to
the end of a question, “And now | the amusement of the Easter
I believe Elliott would like to say : holiday crowds in Regents Park.

something.”

What Elliott turns out to want
to say, of course, is always a
word or two for the sponsors. He
does it in a way startlingly differ-
ent from most of the unhappy
announcers who make their bread
wearily plugging other people’s
products with forced enthusiasm
over the American air.

YOU REMEMBER .. .

“You remember, Mother,” he
will say, “the other day ‘when
we were driving home to Hyde
Park and one of the children
suddenly eried out that there was
a great big bird in the sky. And
so there was, a huge blimp adver-
tising So-and-so’s orange juice.”
Or “I remember, Mother, years
and years ago you used to give
those Blank and Co, radio _ sets
for .Christmas presents, They
were the best then, as they still
are,”

There has been some criticism
here among the columnists and
commentators who like nothing
better than to attack anyene
bearing the Roosevelt name.

Elliott and his mother shrug
that off. “You always get carp-
ing critics,” says Elliott, people
who sneer that it’s nothing but a
moneymaking operation. But
Mother now has a real feeling of
solid achievement. Look at the

sponsors! Sponsors are a sure

sign of success,” pe

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£40,000 to the Zoo’s takings,

“Tron Curtain” Ladies

Even better antidote, and a
means of helping the coffers of
British Railways or some other
form of our nationalised trans-
port, would be to go to Seotland
anda join Scotland Yard in the
hunt that’s waxing hot again for
the Stone of Scone. Those too
concerned about the holiday
aspect of the chase, however,
have fair warning that Scotland
Yard men have shown no scru-
ples about wakening the victims
of their interrogations in the
misty cold light of dawn in the
remote fastnesses of these Scot-
tish Highlands. In seeking a
tourist attraction in succession to
the mystery of the Loch Ness
Monster, the Scots might be as
well to curb the enthusiasm for
dawn. patrols.

Welcoming the reappearance of
the Stone of Seone in the head-
lines, as a change from such
subjects. as Mr, Gromyko and

the Chinese Communists, the
Manchester in obvious-
zy pre-holi mood, suggests
at a. “Hunt Stone” competi-
tion might be as part of
the Festival of itain, with
special. prizes offered by the

Scottish Tourist Board-—Lord

REAR VIEW MIRRORS. t
WINDSCREEN WIPERS (Vacuum) |
(

By David Temple Roberts

If anyone is miserable enough
to suggest it is a synthetic enjoy-
ment the Britons experienced this
holiday week-end, he can reply
with virtuous abandon that he is
sharing it with some old friends—-
from behind the Iron Curtain. A
party of women from Russia and
Hungary came to London to
celebrate the International
Women’s Day. A colleague who
met them at a Press gathering
tells me they are charming, in-
telligent, sincere women, But
their eyes view us myopieaily.
A thing is either black or white
to our esteemed women guests
Everything—to them——at home is
good, everything in the capitalist
world is bad. They evidently inix
delight with surprise at finding
British women are in favour of
peace!

Tradition Holds

Whether or not Britain is in a
tailspin in consequence of all the
conflicting, eddies of this modern
age, she is still clinging fervently
to her traditions, They found echo
in last week's debate in the
Commons on the questien of

rivilege arising irom e¢ vicar’s
etter which an M.P. sent on to
the former’s Bishop, In opposing
a motion by a Labour M.P, that
the matter be remitted for con-
sideration of the Commons Com-
mittee of Privileges, Mr, Chur-
chill and other Opposition speak-
ers warned against § deviating
from a principle that had stood

the test of nearly 250 years’
usage. It was recalled that in

that bygone age, the House had
withstood attempts to extend the
privileges of Members of Par-

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

the danger,
Filebrace? Now that the
T.U.C. is taking over the
Treasury and we've given up
having a Foreign Policy, very
soon people are going to start
saying, ‘Is the Civil Service
really necessary ?'”

You realise



liament. In a division in which
Members were free to follow their
conscience—the Whips .were off
the House endorsed the view
of 250 years ago by defeating the
motion by 284 votes to 255—a
majority of 39.

Despite the decision in this
particular case, it seems likely
that there will be prolonged ar-
guments over the question of the



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member and his constituents, Mr.
Chuter Ede, who has enchanced
his prestige with diplomatic
handling of early difficulties in
his first days of office as Leader
of the House, doubtless had this
in view when he suggested the
Committee of Privileges should
have the opportunity of consid-
ering the case of the vicar’s let-
ter. He felt that guidance on an
M.P.’s relations with constituents
to-day was needed particularly
because of the growth of the
electorate and what he termed
the much wider range of intimate
concerns the electorate now
found themsélves compelled to go
to Members of Parliament to
dea’ with. In Mr, Ede’s view
tuere is a new situation requiring
to be investigated,

Of great concera xo many hon
Members was the question of
maintaining the authority of Mr
Speaker, who had previously de-
cided there was no prima facie
case of privilege to consider, The
motion for sending the matter to
the Committee of Privileges wa:
perfectly in order but both side:
of the House were at one in this
week's debate in anxiety to up-
hold the position of the Chair,

And No Mercy!

Whatever the outcome of the
squabble between the Govern-
ment and the Opposition over the
latter’s tactics in regard to the
use of “pYayers,” leading to the
torment of all-night sittings in
the House lately, it is likely that
the full pressure of the Tories to
bring down the Government wi''
be reserved for the Budget de-
bates next month. Much will de-
pend on the constituency reactions
noted by the Parties over the
short Easter recess, Liberal and
Labour quarters are keen to
suggest that the harassing moves
of the Tories have gone ton far
and are already alienating sup-
port that the Tories had built up
since the New Year, The Gallup
Polls, which have
ing speedy improvement in the
Tories’ chances in an early elec-
tion, will be watched with in-
tense interest,

been indicat-

Some of the veterans in the House
and old Parliamentarians are
amused, however, by the Labour
protests against the protracted
sittings they have had to endure,
Party warfare, it is recalled, was
of much sterner character even
less than half a century ago,
With the prospect of next month’s
fierce budget debates it may be
appropriate to recall Lloyd
George's famous land budgét of
1909, The House then sat through
night after night—without any
cries for mercy, be it noted, And
the Labour Members of today
have yet to experience such a
snap-division ruse as that when
Tories were hidden in the dun-
geons and bathrooms of Parlia-
ment and also in St. Stephen’s
Club, ready to rush inte the lobby
when the division bells rang, The
secret door through which the
silk-hatted, tail-coated Tories
emerged from the Club on that
notable oceasion is now the back-
door of_a Bank. The rush from
the Club to the division lobbies
could still be made in time, how-
ever, Perhaps the Labour Chie
Whip will ensure a guard on the
Club as well as maintaining the
existing patrols now keeping a
vigilant eye on the numbers of
Tories in the House precincts

during danger periods

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



open during

\
under the Five Year Economie i
Development Programme, — the | \ a
Remove Financial Secretary, the Hon. | \\ rom EAs
A. R. W. Robertson said. “We | ss
ists have the leave of the Crown
Communists Agents who handle all Colonial |

From Heligoland

HAMBURG, April 3

West German water police| of the recent $14,400,000 corr and march to
today removed from Heligoland | Rhodesia loan, his guess was tha

15 young Communists
four girls *who

protest against continued
air bombing practices,
to use oxy-acetylene
burn through barricades whicl
Communist youths had erected ir
the island’s former air shelter
Squatters have “occupied”

allie

including } it
landed on the
North Sea island on Saturday as a| But, he

Police had
torches t«

Heli-
goland twice in recent months in





'
‘Barclays Bank Buy
| Lamolie House

Fro Oo Own Correspondent Mr
ST. GEORGE’S, April 3.

Lamolie House, formerly hous-
ing the Anglican High School, has
been sold to Barclays Bank}
(D.C. & O.) for a sum of £10,000. |

Next door to the present bank
building, the two 2
later on be merged into a single
architectural whole

Lamalie House
perty of the St. George’s Angli-
can Church, having been bought
50 vears ago as a means of sup-|
port of parish work. The St. |
George's Parish Council, however, | cae
is making a generous loan at a} ves

}

es rate of interest to the Island ar
Church

mentation of its



WIFE OF BRITISH
| CONSUL GETS DIVORCE

LONDON, April 4
Patricia Christian, wife of
the British Consul at Santos, Bra-
zil, was granted a decree nisi with
costs and custody of two children
in a divorce court today

| Geoffrey Gladqyn Christian, her

. ai} | Musband, was alleged to have come-
premises will | mitted adultery ot a London hotel
before returning to Brazil early
last year. They were married in

yas th p
es . 1946.--Reuter

pro-

Re aca
43 Seger ?
C2, Qo
ge ¢. 25 +2
yy WAI
PRS



Waewace ws

Counctl towards imple ee rh a

new £ 12,000 Pa ET -”

High School project. Earlier, the

Paris’ Council exchanged = aj}

three-acre lot of glebe at Paddock

with Government for another lot

at Tanteen on which the school

is to be erected. The Island

Council has other funds in hand

for the school but will still need |
about £5,000 more.

It is likely that the new school}
will be staffed by
Community of Jesus the Good
Shepherd. The Mother Superior
is shortly te visit the colony





Sisters of the



Trinidad Wants
$12,000,000 Loan |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 31.
Trinidad is in the queue for the

raising of a loan of $12,000,000




Issues to place the loan on the
London market at the most suit-
able time”, he said.

He further stated, that in view

would be some months, before
the Trinidad loan could be placed

also added, “that would
not hold up the programme of |
works.”

cow & GATE!

army saved from



‘| Sentenced To Die

(From Our Own Correspondent)

“
ere
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March $1. Th

. : . candi Sentence of death was passed on
protest against allied bombings te . « Paar
The island is to be returned to Henry de Silva, 43, of Maraval, fails.”
3erman control by next March Trinidad by Mr. Justice Hamil .
J —Reuter. ton after a jury in the First
e Port-of-Spain Court found him



B.G. Governor Asked
‘40 Protest Against
Cuban Sugar Deal

GEURGELTOWN, B.G Before sentence of death was

The Manpower Citizens’ Asso-| passed on him Henry de Silva
ciation of Trade Unions, repre-|said: “I know absolutely nothing
senting a vast majority of | about the act, I have been framed,|!
workers in British Guiana’s sugar)and there is a God above who
industry, today requested Gov-| knows best. | know nothing about

ernor Sir Charles Woolley to cable! it.”
of State for the

the Secretary
Colonies a protest to His Majesty’
Government aguinst the

agreement with Cuba
would adversely affect sugar pro
ducing colonies.

British Guiana Sugar Pro
ducers’ Association is also pro
testing.

The former reminds His

Majesty’s Government that as

great trading nation and trustee o:
the British colonies it cannot a
one and the same time rightly d«
business with other
trary to the best
colonies held in

interest of suck
sacred trust.

Furthermore, such action would | Ply to the Barbados Knitting and
Colonials to| Spinning Company which is now;
disregard by the

be construed by
mean complete
British Socialist Government of its
moral and contractual obligations
towards them.

The M.P.C.A. therefore most
respectfully beg to enter and
place on record its solemn ane

humble protest—(CP).

Lift Steel Band

BONN, April 3.
High



The Allied
today lifted the
production and
strictions on other
increase West
bution to the
the west,”

The Commission in a letter to
Chaneellor Adenauer authorised
steel production above the old
limit of 11,100,000 tons a year
provided the surplus was devoted
to western rearmament.

—Reuter,

BUS STOLEN
ROME, April 3.

Police were to-day seeking a
Pullman bus stolen from a square
in the centre of Rome,

The theft was reported by the
owner of the bu:
used to take skiers
to a nearby resort

limit on
relaxed re

Germany's



from
~Reuter

Bomb On Line

ROME,



April 3

An unexploded bomb was fourd

on a train line between Rome anc
Naples today shortly
train carrying Italian Presiaen
Einaudi to Naples, was due t{
pass, the Ministry of the Interio
reported.—Reuter,







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signing
or conclusion or a sugar purchase
which

nations con-

guilty of the murder of Robert
Chan, shop and parlour keeper of
Saddle Road, Maraval. H's son
Adrian de Silva, 20, who was
}charged with him was acquitted,

The Crown alleged that the
father and son acted in consort
s| With robbery as the motive. The)
man was attacked and killed. The
wife of the victim who was also
attacked recognised her assailant



-| CA WILL BUY MORE
CARRIACOU COTTON

(From Our Own Correspondent)

1 ST. GEORGE'S, March 31.

f Negotiations have been success
+| fully entered here between Gov
,,ermment and _ representatives of
the Jamaica Knitting Mills for
,| bigger purchases of Carriacou
cotton in the near future for sup- |





a subsidiary of the former con

PAGE THREE



APPOINTED PERSIAN
FOREIGN MINISTER

TEHERAN, April 4
Adullah Entezam, head of the
Persian Diplomatic Mission -in
Germany, has been appointed
Foreign Minister in Hussain Ala
Khan’s Cabinet, it was announced

today. Ala Khan helped the post
himself

Abdullah Entezam’s brother
Nasrollah Entezam is_ Persia's

delegate to the United Nations.
—Reuter.





THE MARCH
OF THE
CHILDREN

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Commission
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industries to
contri-
“common defenee of | Range of the Island,

which had been
Rome

before a

i|. TRINIDAD EXPECTS
;RECORD COCOA CROP |

(From Our Own Correspondent) |
PORT-—OF-SPAIN, March 31.
Trinidad is expected to produce |

an all-time record cocoa crop this |

year of 20,000,000 lbs., a promi
nent agriculturist told newsmen,

He said that the early rains this

year had adversely affected most

parts of Tobago and the Northern

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‘ Thursday, April 5, 1951

EDUCATION?





The Debates branch of the
House of Commons is responsi-
ble for the official report of De-
bates , (“House of Commons De-
bates”). The branch includes a
division which handles the re-
porting of standing and special
committees of the house

THE decision to order the teaching of
Latin, Spanish and Mathematics in the
Elementary Schools of this island has been
the subject of much criticism and is second
in unpopularity only to superannuation. It
is one of a series of unfortunate decisions
taken within recent times and which have
had an adverse effect upon the educational
system of Barbados.

Elementary schools in this island were

‘The present
lishment of
is as follows:

permanent estab-
the Debates branch

English

1 Editor of Debates and Chief
of Reporting Branch
Assistant Editor

: : 7 Parliamenta Reporters
intended to cater to the needs of the child | ; Scher | Hapacer De iomea nity
during the first fourteen years of its school ‘ tees oe ‘
life, In England and other places this need an paar icin a

was supplied by a series of schools devel-

oped over a period of years. These included

the Kindergarten School, the Junior School,

the Senior School and the Primary School.
Secondary education was supplied by

Public Schools and Grammar Schools Jare the men who repott the de-

which formed the link between the Primary bates ‘of the house, and the

fen . “Assistant Parliamentary / Re-
School and the Unix ersity. porters” are those who report the

French

1 Editor of Debates

1 Assistant Editor
(French)

2 Parliamentary Reporters

of Debates

In Barbados there was the Elementary proceedings of standing and
School which catered to 20,000 children |$Pécial committees.
and from these were drawn those who at- Permanent officers of the
c a iahnole. The i house, including those above-
tended the secondary schools. e funda- mentioned, are appointed — by
mental purpose of these schools was to seat nh. nelt
‘ under e€ auspices 0 e lvi
teach the rudiments, popularly known as | Service Commission, They re-
the Three R’s and many men and women — piper ne fa retire-
* cae _ . ment, under a contributory § sys-
holding positions of trust and distinction j|tem,’ The employee ania taites

had no other education than that supplied
by the elementary school.

In recent years however there has been
a general complaint that the standard of
education has declined. If there is any
merit in the complaint it is clear that the
Elementary Schools have not been fulfill-
ing their function as wel) as they should.
If they have not been answering the*public
demand in this sense it was more than
unwise to add to the curriculum, subjects
which would detract further from the effi-
cient performance of this duty and for
which the average elementary pupil would
never have any real need,

If the facts are faced, it will be seen that
the average child after attending the Ele-
mentary School enters ore of the trades
or becomes an agricultural labourer or in
the minority of cases wins scholarships and :
goes on to secondary schools and the uni-
versities.

It is useless therefore to add to the
curriculum of the elementary school until
one is satisfied that they are carrying out
efficiently the duties for which they were
established.

One of the strongest objections to this |
addition to the curriculum is that there are
very few teachers in the Elementary
Schools qualified to teach the subjects. A
small number of them have been drafted
into the service after obtaining the School °
Certificate at a Secondary School but the’
majority of them have passed through the
Pupil Teacher System and were never
taught Latin or Spanish, During the Jast,
two years of the training they were, ¢om-
pelled to do mathematics but many of them
did so merely because it was compulsory.

The job of the elementary school is to
teach the great mass of children to read
and write English correctly and to do arith-
metic. The job of teaching them foreign lan-
guages is the work of the secondary schools
and the implied criticism is that thesé Séc-
ondary Schools are not performing their:
work satisfactorily. Even if they were not
the remedy is not to be found in burdening
the Elementary Teacher with something
which he or she was not trained todo, And
even if it was properly done by them the
children to whom they are teaching lan-
guages will have no need of it.

Not a few people wonder what is the
design behind the change or whether it was
an experiment which has turned out to be
a collossal blunder. Whatever the truth of
the matter it is clearly a great disadvantage
to the people of this island who have been
demanding better education for their chil-
dren. To teach a smattering of languages
in the Elementary School is to cater to | will not only find that'the history
snobbery without receiving any advantage | f his own community, seen in

: its proper perspective, becomes
from it. far more intelligible, but she

~

six per cent of his annual salary,
and the treasury contributes a
similar percentage, Contributions
cease after thirty-five years. Re-
tirement is compulsory at sixty-
five, unless in special cases the
term is extended by order in
council, Retired employees re-
ceive séven-tenths of their annual
salary for the last ten years
multiplied by the number of years
of service,



The «permanent staff includes
also a clerk of index and a clerk
of revision, the former preparing
the index to the bound edition,
and thé latter the revised pages
for the bound edition,

Â¥ ; ;
Each: reporter is provided with
an expért typist, The house re-
porters ‘dictate the material direct



LONDON.
~A revolutionary change in, the
history syllabus for the Oversea
School. Certificate and Higher
School Certificate Examinations
of the University of Cambridge
has been decided upon in respect
of Caribbean area candidates,











Following conSultation with
the. West Indian Students’ Union
.the University of Cambridge
Local Syndicate has decided that
in. 1952, and thereafter, a history
paper will be set specially’ for
candidates in the West Indies.
The purpose of this will be to
test the candidate’s knowledge of
the history of his home area.

itherto the history papers did
ot deal with particular Colonial
territories,

. The Cambridge Syndicate have
also decided to include among
the book list for West Indian
students, “Capitalism and Slav~
ery” by Dr. Eric Williams, the
famous West Indian historian;
Professor Arthur Lewis, another
distinguished West Indian, will
be among the examiners appoin-
{ted by the University of Cam-
bridge.

The West Indies’ panel was led
by Mr, Rawle Farley, President
of the West Indian Students’
Union and a research student in
history. The meeting was pre-
sided over by Dr. T. G. Spear of
Selwyn College, Cambridge, and
among those present was Dr.
J, L. Brereton, Secretary to tne
Syndicate, anq organiser of the
administrative work connected
with the Oversea Examinations.

Many of WISU’s recommenda-
tions were adopted, I am informed.

The .Syndicate Committee felt
that for a proper understanding
of local history, it is also neces-
sary for the West Indian candidate
to have a general knowledge of
the wider historical. settitig in
which his community has devel-
oped. In this way, the student





Barbados N eceds

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Change In History Syilabus

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THURSDAY, APRIL. 5,

1951





Choosing Parliamentary |
Candidates

By GUY EDEN

Political Editor of the “Daily Express”,

CHOICE of candidates for Britain’s Par-
liament is a slow, deliberate and careful
process. Each constituency has its own
special needs and characteristics, and it is es-
sefitial—if the Member is to be a success—
that he shall satisfy them as far as possible.


















to the typist, Committee reporters house, the change is made in
use dictating machines the original statement for the

The house reporters take turns bound edition, and the remarks
of ten minutes, six to the hour. of the member in the house ap-
A bell in the office rings auto- pear under thé daily “Contents,’
matically every ten minutes as a On a page which ‘is not incor-

signal to the next reporter to porated in the bound edition.
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done by the printers. The bound editor, the stencil to a duplicating

of demoeracy. are fully protected, and the
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the hands of the local party organisations,
put all three parties retain some measure of
headquarters control over the selection. This
s of a purely negative character—the head-
yuarters can insist only on refusing to con-
firm a candidature, and cannot insist that any

The index to:the bound editior
is elaborate and detailed, For
inside front cover, in which all five or six months’ session it is
statements and questions under £¢patate book of approximatel,
routine proceedings, all stages of 250 pages, The preliminary page
bills and motions considered, etc,, ©! thé index volume lists th
are indicated with page numbers members of the ministry



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so that the matters c ; ; parliamentary assistants; princi :
on that day can he readily lacied pal officers of the House o |particular candidate be adopted. They can,
up. Commons; an alphabetical lis

in other words, refuse to endorse and sup-

Now in Stock...
port Mr. X—but they cannot demand that
Mr. Y be the candidate instead. -

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HEADQUARTERS . a P L A S T I .

It is rare, indeed, that the choice of a local,
party organisation is rejected by headquart,

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printer, It is a rule of the house changes which have taken _placé
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alterations may be made. All such index — appointments, resigna
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on the floor of the chamber, Only members of the public at 5 cent:
one reporter takes notes at a each or $3.75 per hundred. Mem-
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ways at his desk in the chamber without charge during the ses
in case there are French speeches. Sion; fourteen are sent out direct-
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member, and two are for the
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and in some cases a different local choice is
made. If, in spite of the refusal, the local
candidate goes forward for election, he will
receive no support from party headquarters,
no prominent party speakers will attend his
meetings and no literature will be issued
from headquarters. If elected he will not be
regarded as a member of the party. Because
ot this, local parties in such cases usually
take the advice of headquarters and choose
a different candidate.

Before any name is submitted to head-
quarters for approval or rejection, a long
process of selection is carried out locally. A
small committee is usually formed, to decide
what type of candidate would best suit the
needs of the constituency, for instance some-
one with a knowledge of local industries.

wi Havin i 4 i ,
ctpiten ang? wader tae. deraiins g decided the type of candidate they
ment of the social services and seek, the same few officials—often two or
recent social, economic and con-|three of the leading figures in the local party
stitutional developments with ill pe
special reference to federation, ce prepare a list of men and women who

>have some reputation locally in the handling

For the purposes of Secti B. : :
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no be expected to be of an] ment, or other public work.
outline nature only. He will be : »
expected to have some knowledge INTERVIEWING THE CANDIDATES
of European history from 1453— While this preliminary process of selection
attention being concentrated upOn | jc j i + ao
the Reciaissanne’ the Reformation | 2 20ing on, the local officials may ask wheth-
and Counter-Reformation, the]er party headquarters wish to suggest any
rise of Nationalism, the French 7
Revolution within Europe and ne Usually, * tow ane offered, and these
the Expansion of Europe without,| 0 0n to the list of “possible” candidates,

Tha. conattate whl): dies kee Then a slightly larger body, the Executive
expected ito have some know-| Committee of the local party interviews each
edge of the history of the west- j . ; :
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will require to be specially direc-|0r her general abilities, political orthodox
ted to the rise of the American] and outlook -
nation, the development of “ai er : .
Canada and Spanish and Port.| From a “long list’—which may sometimes
uguese civilisations in relation tc] contain as ma 2 ee
the development of modern]; t : d ~ . nein aa attel
South America, Subjects already | erview an discussion, a “short list” is pre-
comes to realise. that he is him- ra net ae A, (Westj pared usually of not more than three names
self, a member of a_ world Indian istory) will, of course, bo ey
society. be excluded. Some knowledge The three ‘ere invited to appear again before

of the British Empire and Com-| the selection committee, to. make further

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GUR READERS SAY:

Football

To. the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir.—I notice from the report
of the B.A.F.A’s Annual General
meeting, that this august body has
surpassed themselves this year in
terms of ingratitude. Mr, F. L.
Walcott must feel very pleased
over the fact of his tenacity at
long last producing results, hut I
am glad to see certain members
were aware of the obligations
which the B.A.F.A. owe Mr. E, K.
Walcott—the least they could have
done in return would have been to
make him an Hon. Life Member.

It seems strange reading to have
the admitted fact that owing to
the non-attendance of the Mem-
bers of the Disciplinary Com-
mittee, several players were al-
lowed-to go ‘scot free” after be-
ing reported to the Secty. by the
Referee Association. One is at a
loss to understand what the
B.A.F.A. really stands for in re-
lation to upholding the game of
Football as it should be played

The highlight of the Secretary's
report is that he states the, 1950
Season was the best financial one
since 1910, but fails to mention
the fact that both the 1949 and





h
1950 seasons the B.A.F.A, had
nothing to do with the running
of the game other than to make
fixtures and receive 40% of the
gate money. All the donkey work
attached to a football season, be-
ing done by Pickwick Cricket
Club under the terms of the then
existing arrangement. Is it any
wonder that the B.A.¥.A. doesn’t
need an Auditor for their financial
report. As Mr. Ward aptly puts
it, the simplicity of the figures
could be appreciated.

There is no doubt that the
B.A.F.A, has to thank Mr, Coppin
for their rosy state.of finances, as
it was the firm stand he adopted
in refusing to play in the Park
which caused the transfer to
Kensington, and the present Bank
Balance shows the appreciation of
the Public. ae

Thanking you, Mr.
your indulgence,

Yours truly,
JOHN H. SHANNON,
Tenby, Rockley.
2.4.51

Editor, for

Aquatics
SIR,—I should like by this
means to correct the general im-
pression that the Northern Schools

are all unaware of the impértance
of aquatic sports...-.,

On: -Thursdayâ„¢25th of January
this year the. Coleridge Schoo!
held its tirst aquatic sports /meet-
ing, using the pier kindly lent
by the management of Planta-
tions, Ltd, Speightstown. As the
undertaking was partly an ex-
periment the public was not in-
vited,- but an informal invitation
was sent to one of your reporters
who did not find it convenient to
attend, The results were later
forwarded to him, but as far as
I know they were not published,

As far as Water Polo is_con-
cerned, we have yet to recéive
an invitation to take part in a
tournament,

G. C, MILLAR.
Headmaster (Ag).
Coleridge School,
St. Peter,

April 2, 1951.
Inter-schooal Sports

SIR—-At the 1S.S. just con-
cluded, the Hon. G, B. Evelyn
M.L.C. congratulated Lodge
School on their fine win and
heped that in the coming year
there would be an even closer
finish between this school and
Harrison College. His excellency

The

Sir William Savage hoped
Combermere School would also
lend excitement to the keen
struggle for championship,

The honourable gentleman,
however, committéd only a par-
donable faux-pas, for the 1.S.S.
have long since degenerated (1
use the word with strong feeling)
inte a struggle between these
three contestants. The fault lies
elsewhere, Why has the degen-
eration been suffered to exist”

As I see it, it is a question Of
cutright blindness to, or total
ignorance of a sense of “Relativ-
ity of Merit.” I see no reason
why Foundation, Coleridge, Parry
and Alleyne ought not to be
able to make a bold bid for
Championship.

_ Let us examine the glarin;
facts of the case:— Pupils of
Lodge School. and Harrison
College remain in school up to
the age of 20; all other schools
up to the age of 18 (Comber-
mere’s Victories of yore are meres
ly the result of great numbers
from which to choose), This
boy of 18 + to 20 — competes
with the other school boy of 16

to 18

of

that

exceptional athletic ability in

~

Except in the rare case -

the latter boy, the
a_foregone conclusion,

Hence Harrison College and
Lodge School begin with an ad-
vantage. Let us grant them the
laurels bestowed upon them at
the hands of smiling Fortune.
But behold the incongruity of
the regulations governing the
award ~ of points. Under the
present system, this bearded giant
gets nine (9) points—regardless
of the mediocrity, or otherwise,
of his performance. The other-
school produces a brilliant athlete
of, say 10 or 11 years old; he lops
a second from or adds an inch to
the previous record, The Advo.
eate blazons his name across the
front page in bold block letters.
The Headmasters’ Committee (for
they, I am told, are the competent
authority in the matter of
points) anticipates this and not
to be outdone in generosity of
recognition awards him the hand-
some and princely sum of three
(3) points. Where is the sense of

result js

equity? Did not this little fel-
low use, relatively speaking,
more energy than the lad of 19

or 20 years? Why the difference
nay the fantastic difference in
awarding him points?

It is a serious deterrent to the
culture of the best athletes; and
it is hardly justice,

If the aim is to give the Cham-
pionship to H.C... LS, (or CS
with the numerical advantage)
there is really no need for sur
great fear, .

(1) They have greater num-
bers, therefore — wider
possibilities,

(2) Their Division I boys
have a decided advan-
tage, They will win.

(3). They are always

“in particular) tappin;
the resources of the
other-schools, But at
least, we can prevent the
scoring results from
militating with sucl
scandalous presistency
against, the efforts oi
the other-schools,

Ichallenge the Headmasters’
Committee to enlighten the ques-
tioning public and myself as te
what form of justice (hidden tc

CHC

us) underlies this system _ 0!
awarding points, Why not stan-
dardise the points irrespective of
age?

RIVERSIDE REX
April 2, 1951.





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THURSDAY,

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APRIL 5,

1951

Threatening Letter Case
Enters Fourth Day

THE FOURTH DAY of the trial of David Van Puttin whom
the police have charged with uttering a threatening letter
to Aubrey Birch of Dayrells Road, demanding money will
continue today at the Court of Grand fescions. The prose-
cution had not finished calling witnesses yesterday when
His Honour the Acting Chief Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor ad-

journed the case,

Puttin is alleged to have written
Birch a threatening letter, de-
manding $6,000. The money was
to have been placed at a certain
place near Birch’s home.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor
General, is prosecuting the case
for the Crown. -Mr. E. W. Bar-
row isthe defence counsel.

On the first day of trial
evidence was given. A legal
point as to the admissibility of
certain, statements being given
as evidence arose and on the
second day and part of yester-
day, defence counsel and the
Crown, prosecutor addressed the
Court on whether the statements
could be given. The Chicf
Justice ruled that the statements
could be given as evidence
Mr. Barrow argued that Puttin

had been arrested and asked to
give q statement without being
eautioned. He had been induced
and threatened to give a statement
and it was only after five and a
half hours of such intimidation
and when he was exhausted that
Puttin gave a statement. Any
inducement, promise or threat
would be a strong factor in biassing
Puttin to give a statement and
for those reasons such a statement
should not be given as evidence.

‘Under Arrest ©

Before ruling that such a state-
ment could be given in evidence,
the Acting Chiet Justice said that
the first reason which had been
urged for the reduction of the
evidence was that Puttin had heen
asked by Cpl. Devonish to come
on to the Criminal Investigating
Department, Puttin asked
whether that meant that he was
under arrest and Devonish said
that it meant so,

Fr m the evidence he could not
conclude that Devonish admitted
that Puttin -was-under arrest.

He was satisfied that there was
no violence, Far from that Put-
tin had been treated kindly by the
police, giving him cigarettes and
beer. What he did find was that
Puttin had been detained too long
by the police in the C.I.D. and he
could not too strongly condemn it.
But it appeared that from 3 p.m _ to
8 p.m. the police engaged in the
case had been completing his in -
vestigations.

According to Inspector Frank-
lyn’s evidence, after he drew
Puttin’s attention to the similarity
of the hand writing on the en-
velope and that in the letter, Put-
tin clapped him on his shoulder,
smiled and told him he would say
everything.

Mr, Barrow was arguing that
Cpl. Devonish’s “let’s hear what
you have to say,” amounted to a
threat, but he did not agree with
that. He would condemn it as an

improper way of making his
investigations.

Evidence Not Induced

He did nox feel he would be justi-
fied in holding that the evidence
was induced and he was fortified in
his conclusion by the cross-
examination of Cpl. Devonish, By
that, he meant that there was no
long croSs-examination as to the
improper questions put to him by
Devonish.

He therefore found that the
stateménts were voluntary state-
ments and could be given’ in
evidence,

The evidence for the prosecu-
tion was thea recommen ed.

Inspector Franklyn said that
Puttin had told him that he had
addressed the envelope but had
net written the letter which it
contained. He crew to Puttin’s
attention that the “b” on the
envelope and the “bs” in the
letter were similar, Puttin looked
at them, clapped him on_ his
shoulder and told him that he was
a master and he would tell him all,

He told Sgt. Phillips to record
the statement, He was not present
when the statement was recorded.

At this stage another legal
point arose—whether Franklyn
should give in evidence an

alleged admission by Puttin of a
similar instance in which he
demanded money. The Chief
Justice will give his ruling on that
question today.

Winfield Toppin, baker of the
Bay Land, said that he knew Put-
tin for_a short while. On February
26 at about 8 p.m. he saw Puttin
cceming from the Garrison riding
a bicycle, Puttin called him and
osked him whether he wanted to
work for a dollar.

A Dollar’s Worth

He said he would like to work
for the dollar and Puttin told him
to get on the bicycle. Puttin took
him on the cycle to Dayrells
Poad. He showed him a parcel by
the sign post which was marked
Dayrelis Road and told him that
he wanted him to remove it for
him. The parcel was wrapped in
newspaper.

He carried him further on to
the monument on that road and
then put him off. Puttin told him
to him by the gasoline station at
Bush Hill. He went back for the
parcel and when he took it up and
had walked about four feet, he
was arrested by policemen.

A case was brought against him
and it was subsequently with-
drawn

Under cross-examination, Top-
pin admitted that a policeman had
promised him that if he would give
evidence in the case things would
be made easy for him.

He said that he had asked Put-
tin, before they left for Dayrells

Road, whether he wanted to put
him in a tran. He denied that the
idea of the “trav’’ had only come
to him after he had been arrested,

He was about six feet from the
post Where the parcel was when
Puttin stopped and showed it to
him.

Ronald Phillips, a joiner of Brit-
tons Hill who next gave evidence
said that on January 26 at about
7.15 p.m. he was at the North
Gate corner when he saw Puttin
arrive on a bicycle, take up Top.

pin and go in the direction of the
Garrison riding.

He remained there about 15 min-
utes and then went towards Day-
relis Road. When he was getting
to the Garrison he saw that Top-
pin was arrested by some police-
men. He knew Toppin for a long
time and he knew Puttin for about
four to five years. He was about
six feet from Puttin when Toppin
got om the bicycle bar. He did not
hear what Toppin and Puttin said
nor who addressed the other first.

Today the prosecution will con-
tinue to call witnesses. The jury
are empanelled.

Misadventure
CORONER'S Jury reiurned a
verdict of “death by misad-

venture” when an inquiry into the
vireumstances surrounding the
death of Aubrey Nurse was con-
cluded at Holetown Police Station
yesterday.

Nurse, a tractor driver of Peter-
kins Land, St. Michael, was
ploughing a field at Oxnards
Plantation when the tractor fell
into Oxnards Gully,

Mr. Keith Deane, Manager of
the plantation, was sitting on the
fender but escaped uninjured.
The tractor fell on Nurse and he
ded on the spot,

Dr. C. C. Clarke, who perform-
ed the post mortem examination,
attributed death to shock and
haemorrhage. The inquiry took
place before Mr. S. H. Nurse,
Coroner of District “E’’ and Hole-
‘own,

EON FARLEY, a cyclist of

Workman's Street, St.
George, was taken to the General
Hospital yesterday evening and
detained suffering frem’ injuries
to his left foot,

Farley was injured after an
accident occurred at Charles
Rowe Bridge, St, George at about
5.30 p.m, between a motor car
driven by Allan Bailey and two
bicyeles, one owned by Kirton
Jessamy and the other by Farley,
Both bicycles were extensively
damaged,

HE WALL which runs along

the centre of “the window by



the sea”, opposite the General
Hospital, is now being. taken
down. Labourers could be seen

working on it during this week.

This is the first move that was
made on this spot for a long time,
First the houses were sold out and
the debris cleared,

It is expected that when work
on this spot is completed many
seats will be placed there to
accommodate outpatients and vis-
itors to the General Hospital.

N TFUESDAY the District “A”
Police Station was crowded
with Barbadians who were inter-
ested in getting out of the island.
The crowd—all men—numbered
over 200 and they wanted to join
the Grenada Police Force.

From these, twenty were picked
out to take examinations. Major
R, Stoute, Deputy Commissioner,
and Capt. Armstrong, Superin-
tendent-in-charge Police Training
School, were the examiners, Eight
men were finally selected and
they will soon leave the island
for Grenada.

OW that Morgan Lewis Bay
has become so popular with
holiday revellers the owners of
the land are contemplating build-
ing a good road, leading down
to the beach. Perhaps this road
will be completed for the next set

of holiday makers ' (after the
Whitsuntide) who go to Morgan
Lewis.

Britain Has
More Medicine
Drinkers
From FRED DOERFLINGER

LONDON.

Britain officially is in danger of
becoming a nation of medicine
drinkers.

The Assistant Secretary to the
Ministry of Health, Miss E. M.
Russell-Smith; told’ the London
Executive Council of the National
Health Service that Britons are
drinking more and more medicine

She added:

“IT feel there is a danger of a
national habit, which might per-
haps be called the bottle habit,
developing here,”

Miss Russell-Smith said that in
1949—the first full year of the
National Health Service, inaugur-
ated ‘in July, 1948—the nation
consumed 202 million bottles of
medicine, or about four bottles
for every man, women and child.

In 1950, she added, it was 218
million bottles, “something in the
nature of 21. million pints, which
seemed to be a little bit heavy,
even if it were beer.”

“It is difficult to feel that we
can really be all that much the
vetter for it.

Doctor's Orders

“If only we can get it over to
the people that it is so much more
important to attend to what the
doctor says than to feel that one
cannot get better without some-
thing to take, we would make a
very great contribution to the
national health, ang incidentally,
to the national exchequer.”

Under Britain’s comprehensive
National Health Service all medi-
cines prescribed by a doctor regis—
tered with the service are “free”
to the general public.

The Ministry of Health, since
July, 1948, has twice revised the
list of drugs and medicines which
can be prescribed under the ser-
vice in an effort to cut costs.

Soon after the National Health
Service was. inaugurated, hun-
dreds of reports appeared in the
British press of Britons receiving
gin, whiskey, beer, wines, tonics,
soft drinks. arid other items as
free prescriptions. :

There has been a considerable
tightening up in recent months
but observers contend that the
free prescription service is still
“considerably abused”.—I.N.S,





A UNIT of the Barbados Mounted Police, carrying ,
the car with HLR.H. Princess Alice to the race cdune tine

visit to this colony last year.

Local Mounted Police
Will Give Musical Ride

At World Winter Fair
If Government Approves

EIGHTEEN Mounted Policemen and their horses wll give
a Musical Ride at the World Winter Fair if the Barbados
This detachment of the Barbacos
Mounted Police will travel to Canada by sea.
5 a a $ The -World Winter

Government approves.

Budget
Details
Expected

IN BRITAIN

LONDON, March.



British rumour mills are
busy grinding out new tax
“details” of a rearmament

budget expected to be pre-
sented by Chancello: of the
Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell
next April 10 to an already
heavily-taxed nation.

Gaitskell is faced with the prob—
lem of finding additional millions
of dollars to meet rearmamen+
demands without cutting back
socialization or harming Britain’s
export programme.

Financial quarters, basing their
forecasts on what they believe to
be definite straws in the wind.
predicted that the following taxa--
tion increases most likely would
be made: ,

An inerease in income tax

bringing the income tax basic

rate to almost 50 per cent of
every dollar of earned income

Hiking of the cigarette tax by

upwards of 14 cents, making the

cost to smokers around 63 cent:

a pack.

A heavy increase in the gasoline

duty which would make gasoline

at least fifty cents and possiblv

60 cents a gallon,

Drastic increases in Government
sales taxes, the so-called “pur
chase tax,” aimed at cutting down
consumer demand, making it more
expensive to buy luxury goods,
and easier for factories to turn
over to war production, Already
some of these taxes equal 100 pe-
cent of the retail price.

A percentage increase in inher-
itance taxes affecting the remain-
ing large fortunes to a major ex-
tent and smaller fortunes on a
graduated scale.

Either an increase in the rates
cf income surtax paid on earned
incomes of over $5,800 a year, or
the application of a new scale
whereby incomes cf more than
$4,200 a year would be subject
to surtax,

The old Socialist threat of a so-
ealled levy on capital was again
being raised although there was
nothing definite to confirm this as
being among Gaitskell’s intentions.

Strong Support

Stronger support was found for
suggestions, that the tax on com-
pany profits will be hiked substan-
tially in view of Socialist Party
belief that rearmament will re-
sult in huge ngofits for a variety
of manufacturing companies.

There was, however, a section of
informed opinion which preferred
to believe that Gaitskell will be
reluctant to kill the goose that he
knows will have to lay even heav-
ier golden eggs in the second and
third years of the British rearm-
ament programme,

This realization, it. was asserted,
might persuade the Chancellor to
treat direct taxation leniently and
ecnecentrate on muleting profit-
earners and automobile users—
both favourite targets of the So-
cialist Party.

Taxation clauses in a new
budget are kept completely secret
until the delivery of the Chancel-
lor’s budget speech. That, means
that the British public will become
more and more jittery as April 10
approaches and the rumours of
Gaitskell’s intentions are multi-
plied —INS.

FISHING BOATS
NEED REPAIRS

Just behind the Pavilion on
the Princess Alice Playing Field
there are about five dilapidated
fishing boats. Some of them
have been lying there for years.
Most of them have lost their
keels and masts.

One man whe is an owner of
one of these boats told the
Advocate yesterday that owing to
financial problems he hag not
been able to start repairs on his
boat

He has tried to obtain a_ loan
from the Government, but since
he has sent in the application he
has heard nothing.



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course during her

Far Starts
at Toronto, Canada on October 15
It will be held for a week at cach
cf these cities—Toronto, New York
and Pittsburgh. The Com-nissione:
ot Police has also written the
directors of this Fair giv.ng them
details of costs, etc, He has in
formed them that he is prepared
to allow the detachment of the
Barbados Mounted Police to do the
Musical Ride at the World Fair,
previded the directors of the Fax
pay all expenses.

The local Mounted
equipped with 22 horses. Th¢
strength is one Sargeant, tw«
Corporals and 18 Constables. At
all the District Stations there ar¢
detachments from the Mounted
Branch and they perform very
valuable work. patrolling in area
where Constables on foot would
find it impossible to go

3ranch is



Fine Condition

All the horses were imporied
from Canada, Three new hors
arrived last year and tw will

come next month, They are yer
smart in appearance and kept in
good condition by the men Why
bathe, train and feed them.

The oldest horse of the branch
is “Copper’, which is at present
stationed at District "C’ Station.
He recently saw his twenty-first
birthday and is still very strong

The horses are trained to give
display rides, Before these ride:
take place both horses and men 4
about three weeks of hard train
ing.

Every year, during the month
of October, all the mounted men
and their horses meet at the Ds
trict “A” Police Station to take a
strenuous course, which includes
teaching: the horses to jump

At any special function, such as
the Opening of the House of
Assembly, B.T.C. Race: and
Ceremonial Parades, detachments
of the Mounted Police accompany

His Excellency the Gorerno

In charge of the Mounted Pol ce
is Lance Sargeant FitzHerbert
Bancroft. He has been with this
branch for the past eighteen years
and served at nearly all the Distric
Stations throughout the island. He
was highly commended for the
turn out at the Annual Exhibition
1948, when he rode the mare
“Da'nty”, \

Race Horses Unsuitable
|

Lance Sargeant Bancroft told}
the Advocate yesterday that rac¢
horses ate not suitable for the
Mounted Branch. Many years ago
they tried out a race horse
Jonathan Gee. He was with the

two weeks, but eventually he did

Mounted Branch on approval tid |
not get into the service.

Barbadians are mainly attracted
by the Musical Ride Whenever
there is a Ceremonial Parade and
this Ride is on the programme
there is a large turn out. For this
Ride the horses are highly trained
and as a visitor to the island once |
said, “he has never seen its equal
in any part of the world.”

At present the Mounted Branch |
is divided as follows Five
horses and four men at District)
“A"—one spare horse, three horses |
and men at District “B"’, a similai
amount at Districts “C", “D” and
“E” and four horses and men at
District “F", the most hilly of thel
districts.



| Which is now at that port loading
3,400 tons of sugar for Liverpool,

Le at the sugar factories of |
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Training Centre For

Blind Will Be Opened
At Hurd Memorial Hall

THE ASSOCIATION for the

last meeting held on January 10, 1951 decided to open a
small centre where selected blind students could be trained
in handerafts by a blind Barbadian who had been for ten
months to a Centre in Trinidad and is now qualified to

teach,



Speightstown
Will Ship 20,000
Tons Of Sugar.

ships will be calling at

| Speightstown during this crop to

jtake supplies of sugar for the
| United Kingdom,
The Harrison liner Craftsman

at present taking the first ship-/
ment of 20,000 tons of sugar ex-
pected to be shipped from
Speightstown this year,

All the sugar shipped out of |
Barbados from this little port is



the leeward parishes, i
Of the apyroximate total of;
20,000 tons produced at these fac- |
during 1950,
handled at

tories
were
The

17,000
Speightstown,
remainder was transported
lorries to Bridgetown, from
where it was shipped out of the
island.

Messrs. R. & G
Co., Ltd., and Messrs
Ltd

tons |

Challenor &
Plantations
handle all the shipping from

sugar produced in the leeward
parishes There was no need for
transporting some of the sugar to
Bridgetown for shipment,

The harbour, he said, was well
sheltered and the bay good. Ships
could ceme within a
distance of the shore,



reasonable

It seemed fair that the harbour

should benefit by handling all the] students will

produce at that end. Added to this,
it was a boon to the. workers of
Speightstown,

Speightstown
for handling

has the facilities
the 20,000 tons of
sugar that are produced in the
leeward parishes. There are suf-
ficient bonds and four piers while
lighters, barges and schooners are
used to convey the sugar to the
steamships,

Although the use of trollies to
take the sugar from the bonds to
the lighters waiting alongside the
wharf is a bit slower than the
method used in the shipping of
sugar ‘nr Bridgetown, yet ships
taking Sugar at Speigitsiown are
quickly dispatched,

Conductor Fitied
£4 For Overloading

LIONEL,
conductor
Joseph,
guilty by
Walwyn,
of District
bus.

For this offence Maloney
ordered to pay a fine of #4 and
2/- costs or in default two
months’ imprisonment. The fine
is to be paid by monthly instal-
£1

MALONEY, a_ bus

of Sugar Hill, St,

was yesterday found
His Worship Mr. C, L,

Acting Police Magistrate
“Ay

of overloading a

was



ments of
Maloney was

per month,
not representeo
by counsel. Sgt. Forde attached
to the Traffic Branch of Central
Station prosecuted for the Police.
Chief witness in the case was
Police Constable 349 Lashley, who
told the court that on Mareh 12
while on duty he saw the motor
bus approaching him and it ap-
peared to be overloaded, After it
stopped and some school children
had left it, he counted 37 adults
He asked the conductor to count!
also but be bluntly refused to do
so, He then reported the matter.
Set. Forde looking at Maloney’s
record told the court that he has
seven previous convictions for
overloading and on the last con-
viction on May 19, 1950, he was
fined 30 in one month or one
month’s imprisonment by His
Worship Mr. Ff. A- McLeod

Seeds Due Today

Mr. C. C. Skeete, Director of
Agriculture, told the Advocate
yesterday that a consignment of
seeds from the U.S.A., is due to
arrive in Barbados to-day.

This consignment includes bean
seeds which are in short supply.
The Director said that the reason
for the shortage was due to the
unprecedented demand for them
at this time of the year owing to
the unusual weather conditions.

The Department orders seeds at
regular intervals from the U.S.A.,
but they have no control over the
date on which they are despatched
or the time they take to travel
here, Sometimes they are longei
in coming than they expect.



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acknowledged. They should be
sent to the Financial Treasurer

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A local shipping agent told the
Advocate yesterday that Speights-
town was able to and should bej
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As a result, and through the
courtesy of the Staff Officer of the
Barbados Regiment, a room ha:
been made temporarily availab!¢
in the Garrison where the teacher
is selecting pupils for the full
course. This preliminary perioc
will last for about a fortnign,
after which it is proposed to open
a regular school in the Hurd
Mamoria] Hall, James Street, when
students. will report daily tor!
group teaching, The Committce}
of the Association is very grate ul
to the Methodist Property Coni-
mittee which has made the
premises available free of charge}
for this purpose. Arrangements
are now being completed for
equipping the Hurd Memorial Hall
as a Centre, and the official date
of opening will be announced
later.

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by

Association for the Blind, thi
Deaf, and the Dumb, c/o Socia
Welfare Office, Garrison.

Wireless Set

The Committee would like to
provide the Centre with a wire-
less set. Apart from the fact tha
the blind will enjoy hearing
broadcasts while doing their werk
a set broadcasting in the room
helps the blind people to find their
way about. Is there a member
of the Public who is willing to give
a set?

When the Centre opens, thé
be provided with
white walking sticks to help them
to get about. The Committee «
the Association asks the public tc
assist in every possible way ay
person



it sees carrying a
walking stick. The Committe:
particularly asks for the
operation of ‘bus conductors »¢
‘bus users in assisting them on
and off the buses.

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Colas. Arrives

A cargo of 600 drums of colas
80 drums of malarial oil and eight
drums of compound arrived in
the island from Trinidad yester-
day by the 82-ton schooner
Turtle Dove. This schooner is
consigned to the
Owners’ Association,

Schooner

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Buckleys Cough Mixture

Buckleys White Rub

Palmers Soap

Palmers Ointment

Palmers Bleach Cream

Palmers Hair Success

Ferrozone Tablets

Hamiltons Pills

Caterrhzone

Nervelene

Black Magic Choc; (3 sizes)

Pascall’s Marshmallows } lb,
tin

Pascall’s
Ib pk.

Pascall’s Orchid Fruits

Pascall’s Mixed Fruit Drops

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Camay Soap

Torch Batteries

Irradol A,

Erthymol Tooth Paste
Ellimans Embrocation

“My Sin” Perfume
“Scandal Perfume”

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HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

PUBLIC NOTICES

Tear cents per agate line on week-days
- 12 eee agate line on Sundays,
miramum charge $1.50 on week-days
| and $1.80 on Sundays.

1951

5,





The for announcements of
Births, » Deaths, Acknow-
ledgments, and In Memoriam notices 1s
$1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word on Sundays for each;
word.

charge



NOTICE
BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF ST. ANDREW
BARBADOS.

I HEREBY give notice to all -
sons entitled to vote at the Blection
of Members of the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that the Elec-
tion will commence tetween the hours
of 8 and 9 o'clock in the mornitg on
ener she = oor of April 1951 at The

ommunity all Belleplain °
ao. oe St. Andrew. en aoe

nm hereby summon all
entitled to vote to meet at the time and
piece aforesaid then and there to make
choice of one qualified, able, sufficient
and discreet person to advise and con-
sent to the making of such laws ag shall



For Births, Marriage or Engagement
announcements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
edditional word. Terms cash, Fhone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Nottees only after 4 p.m.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

POST OF ASSISTANT 1
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS, ST. VINCENT,





B.W.L. be meet and convenient for the good
: i Government of this place and people and
APPLICATIONS are _ invited! preservation of their estates uniess a

Poll be required for the determination
thereof in which case such Poli will be
taken a#t the place or places appointed
for that purpose, on Monday the 16th
day of April 1951 commencing between
the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock in the

for the vacant post of Assistant}
Superintendent of Public Works,
St. Vincent, B.W.1.

The salary of the post is in the
seale of $1,920 per annum rising

. morning.
Oy So cer See eee eeu i Siaen ee my hand this 30th day
. St 45 | o are! .
pensionable. A cost of living] Deted this 20th day of March 1951,

allowance at the rate of $190.20
per annum, or at such other rate
as may be prescribed from time
to time, is payable, A transport
allowance at the rate of $480 per
annum, to which a temporary in-
crease of 334% has been added,
is also paid.

Applicants should have a work-
ing knowledge of the planning,
estimating, setting out and. con-

F. A, INGRAHM, J.P.,
Sheriff & Returning Officer.
31.3. 51—2n



NOTICE

BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF 8ST. ANDREW
BARBADOS.
I HEREBY give notice to all persons
| Qualified to vote at the Election of
Members of the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that I have

a ‘ . appointed The Community Hall at
struction of buildings, bridges, Belleplaine as the place where all such
roads and waterworks and their” Persons may meet on Mondajy the 9th

. cay of April 1951 to elect one Membe
maintenance. , 5 I | to serve for the Parish of St. Andrew
Previous experience in a Pub-' in the General Assembly of this Island.

lic Works Department or with a} And I hereby further give notice that
reputable firm of contractors" and
experience in the field organisa-

a . have a ti f e e
tion of works and labour will be pointed for the said purpose the

r places ‘hereinafter specified, that is to
taken into account. | say:—
Applications must be addressed | Polling Station No, (1) :=

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44.51—T FN

CARS—One 192 Dodge Car, (1) 1941
V-8 Ford Car. Apply to Cosmopolitan
Garage, Magazine Lane. Phone 3915.

! 3.4.51—3n.

_—
CAP—Ford Model B. Touring (X-179).
an good condition, can be seem on
n. Phone 1. H. Newsam.
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CAR—Hillman Sports, engine recently



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6.4.51—8n
LORRIES—Two (2) Chevrolet 1839 and
160° models. » Recently working = at
Andrews Factory. Can be seen [at

Fisherpond Plantation, St. Thomas, and
will be gffered for sale on Wi jay”
Lith Apribyl@$ty at 2} pan, :

nein ———$—$

MOTOR CYCLE ~~ Velocette Motor
\Cycle 5 n.p. A bargain $525.00 Dial 4616
Courtesy Carage, 31.3.51—6n

_ ELECTRICAL

ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 volts,
30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and
spares, A. Barnes & Co. Ltd.

FURNITURE
FURNITURE: Large stock of good
Secondhand furniture. Also rush bot-
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7 NORTH WING For the use of all pers
Office, St. Vincent, B.W.I., and | sons whose surnames besl
’ ’ a n with tha THS — Pore Enamel,
should reach not later than 15th ; letters A tc J inclusive. ! wan ( at te » in
May, 1951. Polling Station No, (2):— anits ta. co! _solour suites. Top
Each applicant should state ' The Alleyne School Belleplaine TH®|érade. Ay BARNES @ Co., Ltd.
how soon it would be possible for | SOUTH WING For the use of all pefsongy 26.1.51—t.f.n,
Sor poss whose surnames begin with the letters
him, if selected, to take up kK to Z inclusive, BATTERIES—Motor Cycle Batteries
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ice, >, A. “SKI 31.3.51—6n.
eee, B.W.I Parochial Treasurer St, =>: -
i ont, HT. J “CURTAIN FITTINGS—For smart win-
3tst arch, ‘ dow styling, light control, Valances and
5.4.51—3n ee jes, By Kirsch, Dial 4476 A,

NOTICE’

re the estate of
HUGH CLARENCE CLARKE
(deceased)
NOTICE IS Sei tad that all
persons having any tor claims
| against the Estate of Hugh Clarence
Clarke, deceased, late of Hart's Gap, in
‘ the parish of Christ Church in this Island
| Who died on the 5th day of October
| 1950, intestate, are requested to send in
| Particulars of their claims duly attested
|to the undersigned The Public Trustee,
C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, No,
| 12 High Street, Bridgetown, on or be-
fore the 5th day of May, 1951, after
which date I sha'l proceed to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard
only to such claims of which I shall then





ORIENTAL

SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS
New Shipment ope. *4

THANTS

DIAL
8466



ADVERTISE
in the

have had notice and I will not be liable | ,
| S 5 hat ish Quality Made, Band and Circular
EVENING ADVOCATE |) | t2:, tne, assets or’ any”"past” tnereot so | Qn, ,Gupiity, Made, Band and Circula
mamuved tO any person Of ‘Whose debt) 15 months after order Your inquiries
er claim I shall not then have had



— | notice.

And all persons indebted to the ss
€state are requested to settle their
indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 27th day of February, !

T. T, HEADLEY,
The Public Trustee,
Qualified Administrator of the Estate of
Hugh Clarence Clarke,
deceased.
5.4.51









PINE HILL

Th



FOR SALE by PUBLIC COM-






PETITION at 2.30 to-morrow, *

April 6th, 1951, at JOHN M. NOTICE

‘BLADON'’S OFFICES, PLANTA- THE BARBADOS

TIONS BUILDING. . MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
NOTICE is hereby given that the One



A very fine two-storey property

















1 large dressing room) butler's (1) Receiving from the Directors their























ST. MARY'S OLD BOYS’ ASSOCIATION

NOTICE

exclusive area, Suitable for con
version into flats with sufficient
ruvm far the crection of 2 separate
burgalow. ¥





























Indies and the Community” will be ine

1

= of a lecture whieh will be given
to-night, Thursday, April 5, 1951, by
Mr. A. E, Douglas-Smith, M.A., at the
St. Mary's Boys’ Sehool Room, Mason
Hall Street, at 8’ o'clock. Ail Gid=Bovs



Full particulars and conditions
of sale may be obtained from the







Solicitors, Messrs. Yearwood and
Boyce, James Street, or the
Auctioneer, John M._ Biladon,
Plantations Building. and the general public are invited, |
K de LISLE YEARWGO) |. ¥
Huny. Se€fetarys”
5.45%) 4
John 4. Biadon

TAKE NOTICE
HARRISON

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOR:_-
TION, a_ corporat‘on organized
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is Wes Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, . Detrcit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of radiators and water heaters
for automobiles and similar motor
vehicles, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
4th day of Apri) 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated ths

and

REAL ESTATE
JOHN
MM.
BLADON

A.F.S, F.V.A.
Representative :
GERALD WOOD

Bist day of March, 1951,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51—on





FOR SALE

BATCHELOR HALL—Sr. James
~—Nearly 7 acres of this desirable
property is offered for sale at a
very r@asonable figure for this
select area. Included ir the land
is a handsome avenue of casvarinss
and the sea frontage is approx. 360
fect long. Excellent propcesiticn
tor a Private Residence? or Build-
ing Development




















“Crane House’

FOR SALE by PUBLIC COM- |
FETITION at 2 p.m, on, Friday. |
April @th at JOHN M. BLADON’S |
OFFICE, PLANTATIONS BUILD-
ING |

One of the most charmirels
Siteated properties of this natlire
in the Island. The house has }
proved its solidity by withstand- {
ing past hurricanes and contains |









WORTHY DOWN, Graeme Hall
Terrace—A modern bungalow of
stone construction with paripet







5 lerge bedrooms (with hot and
icef, This property has th ad- vantage of a corner site and 2 ery dining room, large cocktail bar
fne view seawards, There ar? 4 with bamboo decor, wide shady
wood bedrooms with built in ward- galleries, garages, storerooms, |
rebes. Large lounge/living room baibing halet, heavy diesel

with 2 verandahs leading from it.
The kitchen is well supplied with

|

|

|

|

| lighting plant and the amenitjes
| fitteci cupboards. ‘2 car garage, 2

customary with this type of
property. There is approx. 12%
acres including a long stretch of
the Crane Beach, large coconut

rervants’ rooms and laundry.





THE BUNGALOW, Paynes Bay




















grove, gardens planted with
‘lately termed St. John the Baptist flowering shrubs and shade trees,
Vicarage)—a 2-storey house with 3 alse grazing land. The coastal
becrooms, upstairs lounge, ae | views could hardly be excelled
leries, dining cor eee tse snd the bathing is cxcellent
usual offices. ery ine sa om 7
ead Further particulars and condi-
bench and safe bathing. if| tions of may be obtained
} | frow. the Solicitors, “Mes Car- |
| ticgton & Sealy, } uca ireet -or
the Auctioneer, Join M, Bladen, |
REAL ESTATE AGENT ; >antutions Bulldi



AUCTIONEER

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
‘Phone 4640





etlimeabii
John 4. Biadon |
A.F.S., F.V.A,









=

office
| Dated

“THE University College! of the en]



& CO., LTD, 13.2.51—t.f.n

ll
MAGAZINES—Macfadden Magazines, a
limited number of True Story, True
Detective etc, at The Bornn Bay Rum
Co. r 3.4.51—3n,

ee "
ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
i) case, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy,
15.3.51—t.f.n,

TABLE TENNIS TABLE—Solid Pine
Top. Phone 8137. §.4.51—t.f.o

VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirsch Sun-aire
all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to your

Sizes delivery 3 weeks, Dial 4476.
A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.



13.2.51-—t.f.n,
—_—_————
WOODWORKING MACHINERY: Swed-

solicited. Dial 4722. ANGLO-SWEDISH
AGENCIES, Marhill Street 6.4.51—In

TAKE NOTICE
KLAXON

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or ‘business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register



antly s rox, 13 Hundred and Tenth Yearly Ordinary |i" respect of signal horns and alarms;
ceres Mae Gate Srna: General Meeting of the above-named electrical operated signal horns
There is spacious and well pro- Society will be held at the Societys | alarms, and will be entitled

portioned. accommodation com- Office, Beckwith Place, Bridgetown, on we same after one qnonth from the
prising 3 reception, dining and Fridas, 20th April, 1951, at 2 o'clock |4th day of April 1951, unless some
b kfast rooms, 4 bedrooms, U p.m. for the purpose of: person shall in the meantime give notice

in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-





pantny, Kitchen, servants’ rooms Report on the trar tions of the | siiton of such registration The trade
Rerage. fernery, poultry house Society for the ended 3lst | mark can be seen on application at my
ete. There is a two-way entrance | December, 1950 = wd ua a
drive and the grounds are well (2) Electing Directors and an Auditor ths 3lst day of March, 1951,
laid out with lawns, flowering for the current vear. ., tt: WILLIAMS,
shrubs and flower gardens. Th» c. K. BROWNE, Registrar of Trade Marks.
whele property has a _ pleasant Secretary. 4.4.51—31
character typical ef some of the 5.4.51—4n,

colder established homes in thir

FAKE NOTICE
NEW DEPARTURE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade cr business
fiddress is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
"Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applicd for the registration of
a-trade mark in Part “A” of Register
spect of roller bearings, shaft
hengers, steps and- pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
perts thereof, ball bearings, rolier bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
cycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mec ieal
gearing for applying motive power to
shafting; power units that embody an
electric motor and transmission mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
output power member, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 4th day of April
1951, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated ths 3lst day of March, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
44A51—3n

TAKE NOTICE

GM

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corpoartion organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A,, has applied for the
of a trade mark in Part “A”
in respect of repair and
parts of automobile vehicies;
drums; brake shoes; brake rods;
oppiying cans; brake cable housing;
bumpers and their parts: fenders; front
axles; hub caps; body supperting springs;
spring leaves: spring blades; steering
knuckles; king pins; steering shaft arms;
wheelhubs; internal combustion engines,









brake
brake





their detached repair and replacement
perts; cam shafts; connecting rods;
erank shafts; crank shaft bearings,

driving wheel shafts; differentials and
their: parts; intake or e:capement con-
ducts; fans; fan pulleys-; fiywheels;
pistons; piston pins; rocker arins; rocke
supports; water pumps and their parts:
valves; valve operating tappets; valve
springs; clutches and their parts; clutch
pedals; clutch operating levers: gears;
transmission mechanism and their, parts;
tansmission housings; transmissio2









person shall in the meantime give notice








he duplicate to me at my office of
| opposition of such registration, The
| mark can be seen on application
lat my office.

| ted this Sist day of March, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
44.01
‘



5.4.51—2n, 1

| Journal boxes; brakes for cycles and



| Avenue,

registration | absorbers,
of Register '
replacem mt | ing

an!





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| PUBLIC SALES



and 12 cents per agate tine on Sundays, |
minimum cnarge $1.50 on weer 3
and $1.80 om Sundays |







|__ REAL. ESTATE





|

BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed. |
rooms, every convenience including |
garden, water supply. As new, £3,000. |
Phone 4476, is381-trh
LAND—1124 sq, ft. of land at Bed
ford Lane, Bridgetown, together with,
dwelling house thereon.

Inspection on application to Miss E. M.
Downie at Corner of Roebuck Street |
ond Bedford Lane. :

The above will be offered for sale by













Eyplic competition at our office, James
Street, on Friday 13th April 1951 at
2 pom

Hutchinson & Banfieid.
31.3.51—12n. |
SHARES Plantations Ltd, £10
shares.~ 100 A. Barnes @ Co. Ltd. £1
Preierence~ Shares. 15 Trinidad Con-
ephones Ltd. $50.00 5°

erence Shares.



125 Plantations Ltd.
£1 Preference Shares Ex Dividead. —

The above shares will be offered for
| cate by puble competition at our Office,





James Street, cn Friday, 6th April, at/

2 pan |

P G. L. W. CLARKE & CO., |
Solicitors.

31,3.51—6n

LAND—At Bush Hall “Cross Road, |





| CBposite Allen’s Park. This land co
tains ‘several pieces. Now, you can bu
for cash, or you can credit . same

uf |
wanted. Please get in touch with Mr
Brown at Hutchinson & Banfield’s Offre

3.4.51—5n



AUCTION
Under The Diamond Hammer

By instructions received from Mrs.
Groham I will sell at her house, Lower
Bay Street, on Thurreday next. 5th April
at 1 p.m. her household furniture which
includes:—Mahog:



5 piece Morris suite |

and cushions, Pine dining table and
chairs, | Ch fYonier, Night chair, Towel
rack, Corner tables, Dressing table, 1

Electric Motor, 1 Electric stove, Larder,
1 Extension dining table, 1 Large mirror,
Simmons Double bedstead and spring,
} Phillips. Radio in working condition,
4 burner Oil Stove, very little used,’

Washstand, and many ether items of
interest. Terms CASH, D'Atcy A.
Scott, Auctioneer, 31.3.51—4n



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER |

By instructions received I will sell at
the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street
Oa Friday, 6th (1) 1950 A-40 Austin Car
only done 2,000 miles. (Darraged in ac-
cident), sale at 2 p.m. Terms CASH.—

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer,
1.4.51.—4n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Joseph Rochester
of Mango Lane, St. Peter, the purchaser
of Liquor License No. 695 of 1951, granted
to Emeline Brome in respect of a stone.
wall shop” situate at Orange Street,
St. Peter and to use it at such descriked
premises.
Dated this 2nd day of April 1951
(Sed.) JOSEPH ROCHESTER.



Applicant
To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq..
Police Magistrate, District “E’,
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on Monday, 16th April 1951, at 11 o’clock

am, at Police Courts, District ‘‘E”,
(Sed.) SYDNEY H. NURSE
Pollce Magistrate. Dist.



E".
5.4,51—1n.

- TAKE NOTICE
N 0

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-










TION, a corporation organized — and
ing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of Ameriza,

Menufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
© trade mark in Part “A" of Register
in respect of roller’ bearings, shaft
hangers, steps and pedestals, and

blocks used with machinery shartirt ae
parts thereof, ball bearings, roller bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;

eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
Rearing for applying motive power to





shafting; power units that embody an
electric motor and transmission mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
output Power member, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 4th day of April, 1957,
unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen 09
application at my office,
Dated ths 3ist day of March, 1951.
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
44.51-—3n
That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized
existing under the laws of the State
Delaware, United States of Americ.
Manufacturers, whose trade or busin
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Mithigan,
U.S.A. hag lied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A" of Register
in respect of transportation elements of
all kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodics and
chasais for motor driven vehicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehicles
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters;
radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person hall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office.



—s
Ten cents per agate tine on week-da,s | 86 cents Sundays

} biles and trucks of



WANTED















n respect of transportation elements of
il kinds, motor driven vehicles, wutomo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven vehicles: parts
‘nd accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
one polishing preparations; neaters
ragio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
trede mark can be seen on application
at_my office
Dated this 3Ist day of March, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4451

TAKE NOTICE

PONTIAC

That GENERAL, MOTORS CORPORA
TION, a_ corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United tes of America,
Manufacturers, whi trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & C
Avenue, Detroit, te of
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
» trade mark in Pant “A" of Register
in respect of transpartation elements of
all kinds, motor driven vehieles, auton -
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
ond accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines, pe
thereof and accessories thereto; clear
ind polishing — preparations; heaters;

3n









redlo apparatus, and will be entitled to |

register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
jotice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office,

Dated this S3ist day of March, 195f
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51 -3n



TAKE “NOTICE
GENERAL MOTORS

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-

TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of An:erica,




Manufacturers, whose trade or busine
acdress is West Grand Boulevard & C
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A" of Register
in respect of transportation elements of
all kinds, motor driven vehicles, autome-







chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engints, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters;
radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person shall in “the meantime give

ill kinds; bodies and! ‘TION,

roR RENT

































| That GENBRAL MOTORS CORPORA-
| TION, 4” corporation organized and
j existing under the laws of the State of
{ Delaware, United States of America
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
| address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of . Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
# trade mark in Part “A” of Register
iu respect of electrical transformers,
electric lamps; insulated wire and cable;
ignition wire sets; electrical accessory
cords; guarded extension lights; exten-
sion ‘ights on reels; wiring harness;
bettery terminals and connectors; radio
receiving and transmitting sets; insulting
vurnish, insulated tape; insulated cloth;
botterny wiring assemblies, and will be
e ititled to register the same after one
nonth from the 4th day of April 1951,
u less some person shall th the mean-
t ne give notice in duplicate to me at
ny office of opposition of such registra-
fon. The trade mark can be seen on
& plication at my office.

Dated this day of Mareh, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE



That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation ‘organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of Arrerica,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
eddress is West Grand Boulevard & Case
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A of Register
in respect of transportation elements of
lal! kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles:

tre th eameente ne

| TAKE NOTICE

PAGE SEVEN





TAKE NOTICE




























charge week 72 cents and Minrvmum charge week 72 cents and j
Bey ds — over 24] 9% cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 }
words 3 cents a word week-—4 Cents a| WOrds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents o TITAN
word Sundays. word Sundays | |
HELP HOUSES genet GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
BUNGALOW.—Modern Bungalow sit- tine ang ration . organized and! ‘That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
Sililieailidhitinietnenieiih ladies uated at Brighton, Black Rock, all con- Basse ee a of the State’of! TION, a corporation organized and
Experienced codar stitchers wanted. | ‘¢Mience Dial 2338. $.4.51—tin Manufacty shose trade or ‘husic2:| existing under the laws of the- Stat
RELIANCE SHIRT FACTORY te eee whose trade or busines:| Delaware, United States of Americ
4.4,51—3n, | CLIFF COT—Furnished; Blue Waters | Avenue, Detoin ge eg & Cas | Manufacturers, whose trade or busine
oteentnt essai oe. —.... | Terrace, for 3 months Ist May to ist USA. h + tate of Michigan.| address is West Grand Boulevard & Ca
Jul. Ring Mrs. C. C. Worme, 9160. ‘wate Gas for the eee of] Avenue, Detroit, State of Mifbigan,
MISCELLA. 5.4.5i—in. | 2. © mark in Part “A of Register| U.S.A. has applied for the redisteation, of
NEOUS al Zs | 9 respect of accessories and devices of | 4 trade mark in Part “A" of Regtete
EVANTON, Situated at Top Rock: ail kines for motor driven vehicles and in respect of accessories and dbvices*o
or TATE CASIN BoD nT | Having 3 bedrooms; 2 toilets ‘and | C#imes: electrical apparatus of all kinds,} 4\; Kinds for motor driven vehicles and
MEDIATE CASH for diamond jewel- Show D 3 Measuring and scientific apparatus in- electric. are . ,
lery, old China, silver and S id Plat ers. ining-room. Lounge All cluding spark plugs k pl engines; clectrical apparatus of #4! “ki wis
Phone 4429 or call at Gnaninaes, a modern conveniences, available immed-| jain. ape a —_ a porce-| measuring and scientific appafatus’ “jn: '
fetes lee jately, unfurnished. Apply — Ralph : Ng parts, radio spark plugs.{ cluding spark plugs, spark plugemesve- :
ne yal Yacht Club resistors for preventing ignitio: yster:s }
20.2.51.—T.F.N Beard. Phone-4683. or Se intern : e on systems! jains, spark plug parts, radio spar. S.
een ilies EP 44.s1—am | Bam interfering (with radio spparetus:| resisirs for preventing igmitioy. Sens 4
IMMEDIATE CASH q _ 7 7 < Gore from interfering with radio ampaxratus: 5
lery, goid nuggets, pon oe Ry FLAT: Unfurnished — Self-contained. = machines for cleaning spark plugs: | radio spark plug testing deviceast de ives
|Old' BW i. Stamps’ GORRINGRS' | Romsmate, Bay Strect, Dial 3065. Sliges doe nd, for cleaning spark} o1.d machines for cleaning spaeR pidit:
Antique Shop. Dial 4429, . 4.4.51—4n, | Pluss: ignition cables; terminals for! abrasive compound for cleantte ‘spark
20.251.—t.0.n.| — ae te electrical connections: pumps; combined plugs; ignition cables; terminals for t
— fom HIGH WINDS~—Cattlewash, Bathsheba, | [el aed vacuum pumps; fuel pumps, electrical connections; pun ips; ~combmed :
chug {iduor licence. HAROLD PROV-| for May, July. October, November and | V@cuum pumps; filters: oll and gasoline | fuel and vacuum pumps, fuel pampe
ERBS & Co., Ltd. High Street December, Dial 2850, 5.4.5i—tin. | Alters; ofl and gasoline —strainers:| vacuum pumps; filters; oll and gasoline
6512 | - | eedometers: speedometer driving} Giters; oi) and. gasoline strainer
— a MYOSOPIS, 3rd Avenue, Bellevilie, | Mechanism; tachometers; film speed in-| ‘i WANTED TO RENT from May Ist Appointments to view. | dicators; ammeters; gauges of all kinds, Mechanism: tachometers. film speed ine
SMALL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE or| Pat 2120, Further particulars Phone | thermogauges; temperature — indicating dicators; ammeters; gauges of attends
BUNGALOW in the country, WANTED] 8107. H. W. Hinds, devices and apparatus; liquid level indi- thermogauges; temperature indigeting
by English couple, Essential require 4.4.51—t.f-n. | cAtors: air cleaners of all kinds; combined | devices and apparatus: liquid -lewel. in-
a are two good bedrooms, modern| °———————————_—— ns, and peer ee — dicators; air cleaners of ali kinds cor
sanitation, living and dining rooms, J a air cleaners an ime arresters a sleaners and intuk cers
| Sarage, electric light, telephone, and LOST & F OUND intake silencers; automati¢. chokes; crank Rieti ee es * ame ms ene we a
noderate rent for long’ lease. Repl case breathers; instrument = panels; | intake silencers automatic chines;
Box No, 88%, Advocate Co. - odometers; reflex signals; repair and re+} opoik case breathers: instrument panel
3.4.51-—-6n LOST placement parts of all such. devices, odometers; reflex — signals repair and
- ieee liaenarey s parts and secessoriea of all sGch devices, | -coiacemant parts of all such devices
TAKE NOTICE Large Light Brown Leather | {nd will be entitled ta register the same | parts and accessories. of all such devices,
Ladies Shoulder Shoulder Strap Bag of] April 1961, unless come pereat Gay Of Vand will be @nlitle@ io register the-same
distinctive Brazilian design, probably in pot ‘i en eee ae dunt te after one month from the 4th day of
Garrison crea. Suitable reward for re- | %¢ Meantime give Pe oe ONS ae April 1951, unless some person shall in
OLDSMOBILE turn to Hastings Police Post or Dial | ‘° Me at my office of a canbe | the, meantime give notice in duplicate
3817 4.4,51—2n | Teeistration. |The trade mark can We | to me at my office of opposition of such A
Th: ———— seen On application at my. office... registration, The trade mark”. canbe
hat GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA- Dated this 3ist day @f March: 0 ee ite elon at aie. affices Sa
TION, a corporation organized and TAKE NOTICE H. WILLIAMS, Dated ths Sist day of March, 4951, °
existing under the laws of the State of Registrar of Trade Marks. H. WILLIAMS "
Delaware, United States of America, 44,51--3n Registrar.of Trade Mart ;
Manufacturers, whose trade or business To ’ : 4.4.51- tn + ¥
ae is rest Ciena Boulevard & Cass a oe
venue, roit, tate of Michigan, :
U.S.A. has applied for the registration of TAKE N TICE | K E c 4
a trade mark in Part "'A” of Register O TA NOTI E +

cuevroet | CADILLAC

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA- That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or bus
address is West Grand Boulevard & C

TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Magufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass




58

Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,| Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of | U.S.A. has applied for the registration of

a trade mark in Part “A"

in respect of transportation ¢
all kinds, motor driven vehi .
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;

© trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of transportation elements of
au kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven veliicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;

of Register
ements of

vutomo-







internal combustion engines, parts } internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning | thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
end polishing preparations; heaters; and polishing preparations; heaters

radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unle
some person shall in the meantime giv
notice in duplicate to me my” effice of
opposition of such ry trafion. The
trade mark can be seem on Applicatios
at my office
Dated thie Sst

radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
we 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime sive |
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration, The
trade mark can be seen on application
at_my office,
Fated this Sist day of March, 1951,
HM. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4451





day
H
Registrar

of Mareh, 1951
WILLIAMS,

of Trade» Marks
3a 751-30

TAKE NOTICE :

FRIGIDAIRE ZS
That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, a corporation organized and

existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Atuérica,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan, U.S.A., has applied for the registration of
a ‘trade mark in part “A” of Register in respect af refrigeratorsy
parte thereof and accessoriesy refrigerating machines and apparatus and parts
thereof; motors and compressors, electric ranges and hot water heaters, automatic
washing machines, and will be entitled to register the same after one month
frome the 4th day of April 1951, unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my office af Opposition ef such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on application at my office.

internal combustion engines; parts Dare ee Stay Gay Ge Mareh, ‘EEN HM. WILLIAMS,
thereof and accessories thereto; cleanin Registrar of Trade Marks
and polishing preparations; heater 94.41—3n
radio apparatus, and will be entitled in .
register the same after one month from I eae ten a haat i lace adhe li - — +

the 4th day of April 1951, unless
some person shall in thewmeantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
j opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application



at my office.
Dated this 3ist day of March, 1951,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
4451—3n



TAKE NOTICE
BUICK

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
“4 corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or busines:
address is West Grand Boulevard & Case
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for the registrati

4 trade mark in Patt “A” of Re

in respect of transportation elements o
ail kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo



netice in duplicate to me af my office of | miles and trucks of all kinds; bodies an

opposition of such registration, The

trade mark can be seen on application and accessories of motor driven ve'

at my office,
Dated this Sist-day of March, 19651.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
4.4.5)--3n

TAKE NOTICE





That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, «w corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of




Dated this 3ist day of March, 1961, Delaware, United States of America
H. WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, whose trade or busines?

Registrar of Trade Marks. address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass

44.51—3n JAvenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,

U.S.A,, has applied for the registration

TAKE NOTICE
DELCO

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA:
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America.
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Case
Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A™ of Register
in respect of electrical starting, lighting
and ignition apparatus and parts thereof
employed with internal combustio,
engines for use on automobiles, motor
boats, aircraft and the like; electrics
batteries and parts thereof, radio receiv-
ing sets and parts thereof, shock
fluids for hydraulic shock
absorbers, brakes and the like; lubricat-
oils and greases; speedometers.
tachometers; odometers; gauges; hydrau-
lic brakes and parts thereof; trailers
broke lining; gaskets; ‘bearings; con-
; densers; transformers; contro! apparatus;
j Water systerms; electric heaters; bulb
for electric lights; thermostats; current
generating and distributing systems for
‘lighting and power purposes: power
, operated @ynamos; electric motors and
parts thereof; stators; rotors; armatures;
short circuiting mechanism; rheostats;
terminal blocks; electric machines ancl
| parts thereof; switches; electrical eon-
; ductors and connectors; dyamo brushes
coils: switchboards; relays; circuit
breakers; generators;, magnetos; elec-
,trically operated machines — namely,
, washing machines, wringers, irons,
|; pumps, water systers, refrigerator ,
‘horns, signals, alarms, fans, blowers;
windshield wipers; oil and gas burners,







shafts; universal joints and their ports; ! pir conditioning apparatus and parts
brake linings; brake shoe linings; clutch | thereof; boilers; furnaces; water heaters;
plate faci » belts; gaskets; flexible | stokers: instrument panels; shack
hose for rs ; metallic tire covers; | absorbers: brakes; brake druys; f
piston ; radio receiving sets and | diaphragms, pedals, connecting rods;

parts thereof, and will be entitled toi springs; vehicle front end suspensic,\s

register the sare after one month from and will be entitled to register the saine
the 4th day of April 1951, unless some after one month from the 4th day of

April 1951, unless some person shall in
the meantime give notice in duplicate}
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office
Dated this 3ist day of March, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

4.4.51--3n

‘

of a trade mark in Part A’ of Register
in respect of transportation elements of
all kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehte
internal cor.bustion engines, parts the




of

and accessories thereto; cleaning snd
polishing preparations; hedters: radio
apparatus, and will be entitled to

register the same after one month from
the 4th day of April 1951, unless some
person shail in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office cf
opposition of such registration, The
trade mark can be seen on applicatior
at_my office.
Dated ths 3ist day of March, 1951.

: H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4451—3n

‘TAKE : NOTICE
etary

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A., has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of roller bearings, shaft
hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
ports thereof, ball bearings, rgiler bear-

ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
gearing for applying motive power t«
shafting; power units that embod; an
electric motor and transmission mecha







ism for controlling the speed of the
output power member, a will oe
entitled to register the ne after one
month from the 4th day of April 1951
unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra-
tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office
Dated this 31st day of March, 1951
H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51—3r



ehassis for motor driven vehicles; part
hicles
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleanin;
and polishing preparations; heaters
redio apparatus, and will be entitled t
register the same after one month from
the 4th das of April 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application

at my office,
Dated this Sist day of March, 1961.



H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marke
4451-3)



Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay

M.V. Sedgefield, Sch, Gloria Henrietta,
Sch. Adalina, Sch, Marea Henrietta.

Seh. Henry D. Wallace, Yacht Caribbee
Seh. Leudaipha, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch.
D’Ortac, Sch, Emeline, Sch, Lydia Adina
S., Seh, Wonderful Counsellor, Yacht
Buckaroo, Sch, Lucille M, Smith, Seh
Blue Nose Mac,, Sch, Molly N. Jones
M.V. 'T. B. Radar, M.V. Blue Star, M.V
lady Joy, Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Seca
Enterprise S., Sch. Sunshine RK.

ARRIVALS
Sch, Turtle Dove, 82 tons
“ivierre, from St. Lucia
DEPARTURES
Sch. Mary M, Lewis, 69 tons net, Capt
Marshall for British Gulana.
Sch, W. L, EUNICIA, 38 tons
Capt. Joseph, for Dominica.
M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons
Cook for Trinidad

In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.L.) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with the
following -ships through their Barbados
Coast Station;—

net, Capt

net,

net, Capt.

3.5. Usodimare, S. Monica, Spurt
Greenhaven Trails, lonian Pioneer,
Geirulv, Cherbourg, Esso New Orleans, |
Trinbles Ford, Esso Worcester, Charles
Paddock, Alcoa Pennant, Alabama,
Basis, Pacific Liberty, Amekura, La
Sierra, Tanker Fede, Pathfinder, Baron
Geddes, Cavina, Karamea, Queen of
Bermuda,

Rates of Exchange

APRIL, 4, 1951
CANADA
64 2/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 62 2/10 pr
.. Demand
Demand
Drafts 62.05% pr
Sight Drafts 61 9/10 pr
64 2/10% pr. Cable
62 7/10% pr. Currency © 7/10% pr,
. Coupons 60% pr
pr Silver 20% pr

MAIL NOTICES

MAILS for the United Kingdom ty the
5.8. GOLFTTO will be closed at the Gen-
| Post Office as under

i¢

| arcel Mail at 3 p.m, on the 10th
| April 1951. Registered Mail at 1.30 p.m
| Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, on the Uth
| April 1061

| MANS for
| LADY JOY



St. Lucia by the M.*
will be closed at the Gen-
, eral Post Office as under

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails}
[ at 12 noon om the 6th April 1951.

ia hl vryy
OT TS
a

LINDEN BLOSSOM @

SOAPS

BLUE HYACINTH







ns aiken

NOTICES

a te
Se ce.





MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW

ZEALAND. LINE, LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z, LINE) \

a



For further particulars apply:

1
The M.V. Caribbee will
M “TONGARIRO” sailed Brisbane accept Cargo and Pagsen-
March 24th, Arriving at Barbados Nay oey CP
let. 7 gers for Dominica, Antigua,
Cargo accepted on through Bills of Montserrat, Nevis and “St
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad Kitts. Sailing Friday “6th =
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward sf
and Leeward Islands, instant.
'

B.W.I. SCHOONER

VTURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., and 4
Da COSTA & CO, LTD., OWNERS ASSOC, INC.
Bridgetown, |
Trinidad, Barbados, Tele, 4047.
BW. B.W.d





NEW YORK SERVICE

SS. “Geirulv”’ — guile

23rd) March ~~ arrives Barbados Sth April
A Steamer sails 6th

April. — arrives Barbados 20th April

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE









S.S. “Alcoa Polaris” sails 2ist March — arrives Barbados 4th. April,
S.8. “Alcoa Roamer” sails 4th April Arrives: Barbados Mth April
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship SAILS HALIFAX ARKIVE ‘DOS
8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT”... .. 9... March 2%th etre 2
SS. “ALCOA PARTNER” . . April 9th. April 19th
NORTHBOUND
5S. "ALCOA PEGASUS" ‘ +» due April Sth Sails for St, Law.
rence River Ports.
3.5. “ALCOA PIONEER” ve ** due April 12tb Sails for St. John,
an st Lawrence
River Ports.
ne



Ti ese vessels have limited accommodation,

ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

passenger



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Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominia., for sail- i
|
{

ing to Europe. The usual ports of call \re Dublin, London, or
Rotterdam, Single fare £70; usual reductions for children,



GERM LUBRICATING OILS

ARE BEST BY TEST
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PAGE EIGHT



BARBADOS GETS FIRST
NETBALL LEAGUE
Legal And Carter For Barbados
Tennis Team

RACING



* BARBADOS ADVOCATE





ACADEMY

~\Mechanical Horse



Two Million
Pieces For

CourseRebuild

By JAMES GOODFELLOW

161 Ds

THERE were 16 notifications of
anfectious Diseases for the month
of March: _They are Diphtheria
3; Enteric Fever 5; Tuberculosis
8,

Se TEE

By M. Harrison-Gray



THURSDAY, APRIL

What’s on Today

Court of Grand Sessions —
10 a.m.

Police Courts—10 a.m.

Meeting of the St. Joseph
Vestry—1 p.m.

Meeting of the Sanitary
Commissioners—1 p.m.

| eS =

CINEMAS

5, 1951

ltch Germs
Killed in 7 Minutes

+ Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny seams

and pores where germs hide and cause ter-

rible Itching. Cracking, Eczema, .

Gureing. Acne, Ringworm, Psoriasis,
kheads, P’





js ; , ‘ Sale of furniture at Lower . Pimples, Foot Itch and other
: , * THE three courses of Royal bealer : South clea blemishes. Ordinary treatments give o
Basketball Season Opens On Saturday Fae got, club, SERA, eas = Phin tatt ee || eepmuee ances meet hee
mined; the turf was stripped from N. Wesley Hall Boys’ i ills the germs in 7 minutes and ts
; " : the fairways and greens to oF 2 sports—1.30 p.m. | uaranteed to give you a soft: lear, attrac.
By O. S. COPPIN camouflage the forts of the % Police Band gives open air back on return of empty package.
BARBADOS has now got its first Netball League and on Atlantic Wall. o9754 . céiheert at District “B’— guaranteed _Nixoderm from ides etre:
i Saturday last, Lady Savage, who has graciously extended Since reconstruction work began % 51084 7.45 p.m. Nixéderm Cause of skig
j her patronage to the newly formed Association, made the we winters ago more than SRSs Mobile Cinema gives show or im Troubles trouble.
first pass in the opening match of the season at Queen’s ee of tart — a 1 oe 5% * Ng ge pape
: . - ’ e , SS. hn—?7. .m. ~— - .——
/ eeee in a fixture between Queen’s College and Olympia sown. ene ee Meeting of “alliance Fran.
. . o
His, Excellency the Governor jill leave for Trinidad on Sunday. forse eee pone tee ml ie $38 543 : aan oe ee ae te WATCH THIS SPACE
was also present. The second fix- He will then practise with gall of ; ivan ”
ture of the season takes place this and Carter. P Taylor and Legall €.800 yards course, the Union Jack is deal & in a § Famille Martin” will be Join ADVOCATE’S
. : Ce : , and the Belgian flag flying above ended aS, shown—8.15 p.m.
afternoon when Erdiston Training will play single fixtures and Tay- dhe dubhouse. rubber Bridge he.
College team meets St, Michael’s jor and Carter doubles. presents its mechanical or South elected to poe bis

Old Girls at Erdiston College. The

: And now for a line on. Basket-
game begins at 5 p.m.

ball.

RACING ACADEMY
h All

are labelled in relation to

jorse. parts
the job they do. Here is the key :—

A. Brakes and Steer-

G. Propulsion - units

Lay-out, with narrow fair-
ways bordered by dunes and
pine woods, differs greatly from

freak hand wii
on the mudd theory. that
a five-card maior should be

shown first. a reverse rebid

Empire : “All About Eve”
Royal: “Phantom Speaks”
Plaza (Bridgetown): ‘Treasure



(Leaner City CAMPAIGN



ing. (hocks). the old one and when the turf on al int hand being Istana” Space. ....G, A. Service
Netball Basketball 5. Bhocksabecehet ; one = een = oars is properly knitted the course Barnet Ge pid, tie Asesye: “Rachel And The Stran-
‘ 3 . * - eel-~- —the rma valuable ive jamonds &5 a Si *
A Netball League in Barbados _ The Season begins on Saturday, Theiher\. hava tha should be a fine test, against’. Four Spades by
is somewhat overdue. When a 7th April, at Y.M.P.C., when two m ) pe Dog *% oe Ken Bousfield holds the record fast-West, but speeds this

team from Queen’s College toured first division games take place by

Trinidad in 1949, the results were floodlight. The games begin at 7.45 D. Accelerators (whip | in a close photo-finish. Relgium Open won by Roberto de returned to Pive Hearts, as : :
not favourable to the Barbadian p.m. and the jockey’s heels). x. { g ttom tert Vicenzo, 282 for four rounds. from wa ie ye Paix Th W h Just Reeeived
girls, but there was obvious im- Eight teams have been admitted E. Engine (heart-room | to right.) e vulnerable There is also an inner course Hearts and five Diamonds. e éat er ; ; > 7
provement in their play as the tc the first division competition. —the bigger the better). | points: Wind uhsound- of 4,400 yards in playing order. st led & pane the TO-DAY Horlicks Malted Milk 3 sizes
tour progressed, Later the Bishop ‘hey ave WiC, H.C Old. Boye, CI dE Na Aimang the clubs best players | Stee "Sieh, Hada, | |] gan mine 8: bf tm it bee
Anstey High School in their turn Y.M.P.C., ¥.M.C.A., Pirates, hips, stifle joints). = Cen Seeeaeeerty \ are Brie Tavernier, John de } (um fol Snoled for a Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
toured Barbados in 1950, and won Pickwick, Carlton and Fortress. vw : Meulemeester, former Amateur ‘oss of 1400 points—a heavy Moon (New): April 6 Palmers Soap
Tarte atees hee, ete | PRA SNOLE — ‘cherries foe |e tee eo || Horr, ge Bin

In 1950, the Olympia Club sent ond division, viz: H.C.; Y.M.P.C., 4 = ws : Serge and Jack du Vivier. bid. 1. Five Diamonds High Water: 3.22 a.m, Buckleys White Rub
a team to Grenada and this team Pirates, Modern High School, EY’S ‘3 000 TIP Tavernier is one of golf's re- could have been made 3.18 p.m. *# Mixture
lost -the majority of matches Lynch's Secondary School, Police, 9 markable young men. He is 3 against any defence. Sie
played. These losses were not Regiment, 1st Barbados Sea Scouts 4 Holder of the Belgium Amateur| S#xsessssasssssesssenenssssssgnsscnsnesene YESTERDAY f
entirely due to inferior play, but, 2" James Street Boy Seouis, By THE SCOUT If Lord Rosebery’s stallion and Open Amateur champion- enayn Banners: 7eretoe Rainfall (Codrington): Nil Cuticura Soap
in many instances, to a different Ocean Swell sires big-race win- Ships at 20. Total for month to yester- “ ee

All First Division games will be

interpretation of the Rules cf played at Y¥.M.P.C ounds Above you’ sée a sample of ners this season, these successes —_—_—_—__ Pu — —— day: .67 in. Canadian Healing Oil
Nethall by the various clube, Beckles Road, by ‘loodlight on British bloodstock. He 35,000,000. Swell 4 sedi i; com hat Sao Paulo Team will YOUR Wt cayPhOQuoTt ielebiretene (ia: 725 F Hones” ip. Jars
ayy, . , ; . one uhit of the y y - Swell’s immediate progeny uu : , : . ; ; ;
After these tours, there was a Tam huis poldnnit 4 aa ee Worth of thoroughbreds now liv- also all the closely related mares, Play Under Are Lights in this space tomorrow Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E..
ae feelin Bat ee a cond Division ieines Will be ing in these islands. yearlings, foals, ete, which Lord PARIS, April 4. J. A. CORBIN & SONS (3 b.m.) E.8.E.
Sf Bas gate in Datvades “tem toe played in the afternoon ai , He costs 2s. 6d, to name, and Rosebery soni (And Thee versa.) The Sao Paulo soccer team from Belmont Road —— 7 ae ee C. CARLTON BROWNE
at yi . i we if want to change The hopeful owners lose money pypa>j ; ; ; aa a,
Rage sep towards this was te ti oA Polis Bention ond the fe ates et S* in aggregate. There are the ex- areal eri Aarit 18 on 16 eee: See Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30,008, Wholesale # Retail Dragstst
make certain that all clubs in Modern High School on and the “Training fees average about £7 ceptions. When Nimbus won the we match is due to be played (3 p.m.) 29.914 186 Roebuck St. — Dial 281%
Barbados interpret the rules cor=' * Pirates and Fortress are hewly 3, week. With a stable-lad’s wage 1949 Derby for Mrs. Glenister the | der are lights in the evening.
ps The assistance oe ddmifted | 26 the First Di tsion at £5 a week, oats at £28 a ton, result brought her £14,000 in —Reuter.
Wotton TE eat ie eS while Sea Seolits and Taine Street and all the extras, the ae, stakes SPA & Hates WOES, for stud
Me Kinstry, has been of the Boy Scouts are entering teams for Nx prey eta” eee : ie See ae FOR YOUR VACATION NEEDS
greatest value in this, Meetings the first time. The Regiment 19 “phen he gets 10 per cent. of But how can the “small” owner

of Netball referees have been held
and very helpful demonstrations
given,

entering again after missing last
season’s competition.

The edrmpetition promises to be
And now, with the co-operation

of the sehools and netball clubs
in the island, it has been possible
to start a league. Lady Savage

anybody’s victory, Some teams—
chiefly Y.M.C.A., Harrison College
Qld Boys, Harrison College and

7 y 5 M. ‘s i—1, 60 ‘
has taken a keen interest in Pi-kwick, have lost some of their Official Rate 1 umakets pre ke farmers, "MEN'S DOUBLES (Semi-Fikals) Leave your travel problems Skirts, Shorts, Blouses, Ladies Sun
games for girls and she has kindly old players to other clubs, but the ,JocREYS set, an = Pate of they enjoy bad luck at certain yeqi jw. Mekinstry ane. verte |. es Dresses,Girls’ Play Suits, Bathing
Langues Mrs, Challenor, WHO has RE Gd ete nce a Peis die, (eometies, if une poe gm cad Remember this 64, 6-1, 6-3, sy (suntan) HOLIDAY TRAVEL Suits,Slack Suits, Beach Coats and
: Bs ' as vision com ‘ and e y e
also shewn great interest, will be may prove very interesting. "The could believe racécourse gossip, Duly Red Ascent, every year Mr. and Mrs. Barnes—t 30 beat Mrs. Canvas Sport Shoes.
the first President. : old rule of registering eight first they, get more than five guineas The bookmakers’ bogey is the R Challenor and K, Mason—Ye 15, 6—4, LTD.
_ To the League the sporting pub- division players has been revised for losing. And they usually get amount of irrecoverable bad debts | -s- TODAY’S FIXTURES
lic send their best wishes for a and amended and, for at least the More than seven guineas for win- \i0h they contract. ‘Mine tot up MIXED DOUBLES Main Floor: Cave, Shepherd 5
very successful season, first few games, there are likely ing.) to £100,000,” one of the big men _ Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Barnés vy. Miss 4949 ::: Phones ::: 4920 THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE

to be some powerful 2nd Division
combinations, There are howevr
a few weak new teams which will
provide interesting games
amongst themselves,

Lawn Tennis

The Barbados Lawn _ Tennis
Association have successfully ask-
ed Ralph Legall and Ralph Carter,
Barbadians resident in Trirfdad,

pretty well contested and it may be 8

©. Subsidia: shock -
absorbers (pacterns).

winning stakes, and the chance to
buy fresh horses, These deals
sometimes result in a profit mar-
in.

On -such transactions,
betting, trainers eke out
laborious, precarious living.

and on
their

In fact, there was the embar-
rassed jockey in the last few
years who had £3,000 in cash
thrust on him after landing a big-
race gamble,

He knew his bank didn’t need

1. This is what counts

win—on balance—wher there are
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course have been knocked out in

told me recently.

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senting Barbados in the Inter- Jt is hoped that the public will Suitcase under his bed. . “Good Ylows for Gathmaticas eee
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Association had rule books print-
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the President at the Y.M.C.A., on

the trip with Eric Taylor, the the payment of sixpence per copy. oh, ” ‘ ‘ di ing disease and KSIABLISHED
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Cou, of the Lawn Tennis It is Aoped that more gentle- a business out of racing, is th It of years of intensive study in Asthmatic | 1872
ssociation who are selectors ys men will become members of the M,. Marcel Boussac’s holding in is the result of year: nsi

Association and that more of them
will offer their services as referees,

well, did not consider the local
players nominated up to a stan-
dard that would-do credit to Bar-
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It was therefore decided to
cancel the tournament, But the
President of the Trinidad Lawn
Tennis Association, Mr. Charles
Pereira pointed out that on the
strength of Barbados having
already accepted, that season
tickets for a tournament of nine
evenings had already been sold

Cambridge Crew
See New York

NEW YORK, April 4.
The Cambridge crew took a
quick look at New York on Tues-
day and agreed with an emphatic

the drainpipe the very night that
the jockey chose to throw his
celebration party in London... .
Owners can be divided into two
groups — the “haves” and _ the

bloodstock, stud farms, and train-
ing éstablishments, for instance,
is estimated at around £4,000,000.
The Aga Khan’s huge _ interest,
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PAGE EIGHT • BARBADOS ADVUCATF. THURSDAY. APRIL 5. 1SSI BARBADOS GETS FIRST \ETBALL LEAGUE Legal! And Carter For Barbados Tennis Team Buski-tball Season Opens tin Saturday /jy a & comn BARBADOS has now got its first Netball League and on Saturday last, Lady Savage*, who has graciously extended her patronage to the newly formed Association, made the first pus in the opening match of the season at Queen's College in a fixture between Queen's College and Olympia Club. Mr Excellency tlir Governor will leave for Trinidad on Sunday was also present.' The Hwnd lixHe will Then prartic with Legal! i ire of tinnaaQn Lakat ptact thiand Carter. Taylor and Leaall nftemnon when Errii'-'on Traininf will play singla fixture* and TayCollege learn meets Si Michael'-* lor and Carter douWw Old Girls at Erdiston OUeae. The And now for a line on Ba*ketfcame hef-in* nl Spm. hall. NMhall Basketball A Neiball League in Barbados The Season bejtins on Saturday, if somewhat overdue. When a Tin April, at YM P C when two learn from Queen's College toured "irsl division games take place by Trtnldid in IMS. the results were floodlight The games begin at 7.49 not favourable lo the Barbadian p m. girls, but there was obviou* imEight teams have been admitted provenwnl tn lhen pl;iv as Ihe *i the first division competition tour progressed. Later, the Bt*hop Thev are H C H.C Old Hoyn. Anstey High School In iheir tum Y M PC. Y.M.C A.. Pirate*. toured Barbados In 1950. and won Pfckwlelt, CarftOfl mid Fort rein all hut one of iheir Netball games Nine other teams arc playing* secll.\4 I.M. \i AIIIWV .Mestianical Hirte and -I"' IV honeIke Job the] A. Brake* inc. B. Skaeka aai rt ar ana Iroal-wheelJrt* I -11 ..uldr r |. C. AaMilar* aback • aitaorbera 'pasterna). D. Aofeteralora (whip) and the lockfT"" heels). E. Engine (heart-ro"m Lha bigger Onbetter). f*. power : — U. PraauHloe. mill. (kaekal. II Iniirittura Ithrear* —the| form a taliuM* %  law lo a how'character). I. Thin N wfcsi rjuiu in a i in-phato-QnUh X. (Looking Irani left tarilht.) The \Mlnrr*Mpoint. : Wind ali->oundneaa, bow tendon, rurh •i ban) enlartrmrat. In I9M. the Olympia Club sent team to Orenarin and ibis team lost the majonty of matchov played. These losses were not entirely due to Inferior play. bo:. (i many instances, to ii differvMl interpretation of the Rules I f Netball by the various rlubs. and division. rsK H.CY M.PC Pirate*. WrnVrn High Scfl'dol Lmiti'.s Seetindary Schuol, Police. Regiment. 1st Barbados Sea Scouli and Janwi sireet lot Seom* BURGLAR STOLE JOtiKEY'S £3,000 TIP After these lours (here was a strong feeling that something All First Division garnet, will be played at Y M V V grounds. rcckle* Road, by floodligtit Ob l ir. Tin-iday, Friday and Satur,i..„ n |ght beginning at 7 43. The Division games will be '"*," %  !h By THE SCOIT Training fees avera; With %  at D..„...., -=.. ~„, %  Above you i*e a srniplof British bloodstock. He rrprcMTts mm unit of the £25,000,000worth of thoroughbreds now liv"be doVeTo raise' iheMandar'd Iwtf n.vis"ion game* will be '"I % % %  ** Wjds of the game in Barbados, and the fjl It, Jjeaf^mj. at JX,Tk\ if v" Ja^.Tchange tlrtt step towards this was to M < .ilarrlson College, DIB. make certain lhal all clubs in ""l A Police Station and the ,r Barbados interpret the rules corModern High School, reefly The assislanee of the Pirates and Fortress annewly Commilter. consisting of Mrs admitted to the Flrsl Division Wotton. Mrs. Stuart and Mrs. while Sea Scouts and JaimShew Me Klnstry, hag l-ecn of Ihe Boy Scouts are entering teams for greatesl value in (his Meetings the first time. The Regiment li Ot Ni-thnll referees have been held entering again after missing last ami very helpful demonstrations season's competition. H'vcn — The eompetition prum ise* to be And now. with the co-operation pretty well contested and it mav be ot the schools and netbBll clubs anybody's victory. Some teams-w in the island, it has been possible eftiefly Y.M.C.A., Harrison College "v""?! to start a league. Lady Savage QM Boys. Harrison College and has taken a keen interest m p| kwick. huve lost some of iheii games for girls and she has kindly old players lo other clubs, but the rorscnled to be Patroness of the uicnt It not lost to the Island League. Mrs. Challenor, who has The '2nd division competition If Lord Rosebery's i.illion Ocean Swell sires big-race win. I reason, these successes will not only "boost" Oceon Swell's immediate progeny but also all the closely related mares. yearlings, foals, etc. which Lord Rosebery owns. (And vice versa.) HI I ON THE ihree courses of Royal ZMlte golf club, Itelgi.im, wer mined: the turf was stripped from the fairways and greento camouflage the forts of the Auanllr Wall. Slk(< reconstruction work began lire winters ago more than HOO.000 piece* of turf have been laid, and the greens have been sown. Thu -Mfi told me as I led a HniKh team over Hie new main • 800 yards course, the Union Jack and the Belgian flag flying above the clubhouse. Lay-out. with narrow fairways bordered by dunes and pine woods, differs greatly from ihe aid one and when the turf Is properly knitted the course should be a line test. Ken Bouaueld holds the record with 66. made last year during th Pelglum Open won by Roberto de J82 for four rounds. There is also an inner course ol 4.400 yards in playing order. Among the club's best player* arc Eric Tavernler. John de %  anar, former Amateur uia-nplon of Belgium, his brother Serge and Jack du Vlvler. Tavernier is one of golfs remarkable young men. He 1* holder nf the Belgium Amateur and Open Amateur championships at 20 16 f D* THERE were 16 notiflcaUons o nfectious Diseases for the mon'.l f March: They are Diphthen. ;. Enteric Fever 5, Tuber, ulo-.. STANDARD BRIDGE Sao Paulo Team Wi/7 Play Under Arc Lights PARIS. April 4 Sao Paulo soccer team from ill play the Racing Club Paris on April 18 or 19 here atch is due to be played der arc lights in the evening. —Reuter ... aggregate. There are the exibout £7 ceptions When Nimbus won the Thp eek With %  slablc-lad's wage I94B Derby for Mrs Glenister the „l £8 a week, oats at £28 a ton. result brought her £14.000 in and all the extras, the trainer stakes and a horse worth, for stud makes nothing out of racing-purpose*. £100.000 n T*Sn'V "r?o"'!*r <*n.. of ">"' how -.„ ,he Wl" owner %  %&" -~re„„i,T„rna „. Suvaiuiah Club profit mar9.5W 1'0'"' In lilting thr sometimes result "on such transactions, and on b* bookmakj trainers eke out their l laborious, precarious living Official Rate .lorKrTS ftf an official rate of £5 5s for a lotkng ride £7 7s for .. winning one. -Sometimes. If one believe racecourse gossip. also shewn great Interest, will be may "prove very interesting." The rOU,,i the first President. 0 | rt rule of registering eight llrst they get more than DN UUMM To the League the sporting pubdivision playm has been revised for losin And lne ? u uall >' eI lie send their best arbsbea for a and amended and. for at least the more ,ht "* ven umM1 or wm vcry successful season. n,*t few games, there are likely mnI Lawn Tennis lo be "onie powerful 2nd Division n fac lhere Wil fen embarcomblnalions There are howe\*r rarart jocKev in the lasl few The Barbados Lawn Tennis f w w c k new teams which wll' Assoclalion have successfully askprovide Interesting game: -HI Ralph I*g.il| and Ralph Carter, among* themselves. Harbartlans resident in Trlrtfdad. .,%  --* to Join with bfc TaytOI iii reprt' ' senting Barbados in the IntcrIt is hoped that the public will colonial Lawn Tennis championsupport this game ships for the Brandon Trophy Ola; have in the past, The that open in Trinidad on Thursday. Association had rule books prtnt1 learnt yesterday thul due to %  locally and these may be the fart th;il llr Chiiilev Manning nhlnmed from the Secretary or has found H imposstblo lo mage the President ut the Y.af.cA.. on the trip with Eric Taylor, the Ihe payment nf sixpence per copy Council of Ihe UHVM Tennis It is ftoperi that more gentleAssocialion who are aelactors .1-. ""'n will become inemliers of the well, did ii.t con'iii.i the loi ,1 Ass*K-i:itmn and that more of them players nominated up to JI slanwl" offer their services as rererees dard lhat would do cradll IB Barbados in the games. It was therefore decided to ijn.el the tournament But Ihe President of the Trinidad Lawn Tennis Association, Mi Ctalrtai Percira piiuteii out that on the strength of Barbados having already accepted, lhat season tickets for 11 tournament ( .f nine evenings hud already been sold rtB y nd agreed .uid if Barbados did not take par! heah-heah lhal the < .amUri'li'i' Crow |M New York who had £3,000 in cash thrust on him after landing a bigrnce gamble. He knew his bank didn't need the money, so he put il into a suitcase under Ins bed. Unfortunately, an athletic, unscrupulous stranger climbed up the drainpipe the very night that the Jockey chose to throw his celebration party In London.. Owners can be divided into two groups — the "haves" and the % %  hopefuls." The first group make ;i business out of racing. M. Man-el Boussac's holding in bloodstock, stud farms, and training establishments, for Instance, is estimated at around £4.000,000 The Aga Khan's huge Interest, loo, is based on a financial basis. Our leading owner-breeders (Lord Derby. I-ord ttoaabery, etc i make their profits out ot their st.-ck At least. the> hope to do hances are with ilthough nt least il-known lirms on the course have been knocked out in the last three years. Rnokmakers are like farmers, they enjoy bad luck at certain times of each year. Remember this —they epeet to lose money in July and August every year The bookmakers' bogey is the amount of irrecoverable bad debts which they contract "Mine tot up to £100,000," one of the big men told me recently. Fancy that, to be owed £ 100.000, and still be fairly prosperous. What a business VESTERDAY-K RESULTS IAUII oouni.es • %  •Mi-riniui MrNl DIM SIH <*r r. H Mannln* •nd 1*. Mc j w M.-Kliialry *nd A. 4. S—I. 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PACK TWO II Mill Mill ADVIM \l I TIIIT.MIiY Al'l'.ll Catub gicdUwf M P HAYNKS i HALLFNOn. brother ol BOB H L-addu" Chullcnoi M 1C who had brrn holtdaving In Barbados since -tcrday ,ftprnoor. bv T C A lor Toronto ( %  "ranees Horman. Mr. Ragma in-law urui <-.c\ fnrnd felln F.lhcl Huilcr who arrived here *I the unn as Challenoi. „lsv left eeterdaj> by the same plane They were Having .it the Ocean Vitw Hotel T.C.A. Fn K incrr M R. AND MRS CLAYTON Nil. who are spending n weak* holiday here at the Ocean VM* Hoatl -i"' to ha\c left T C A for Montreal WtatTC Mr OkDB %  with T C A's. Engineering Department. The> atf not leaving now until Saturday. From Curacao M ISS EN!U MA I.ONE. daughter o( Rev. and Mrs W Me'.one of Navy Gardens amm* the pasnengero arriving from Curacao via Tunidad on TjVia> night Back To Trinidad R ETURNING to Trinidad ye Wrday alternoon by B.Wl.A. were Mr Darnley Fletcher, hi sister Mr* Taylot and daughter. They have bwaai Barbados since March nth holiday. M •Unlttt. %  MN M houttd i; Dental ban i i the Gaae*ne I || with her aunt Mrs. Nor Hart at Worthing. —f jvellin*; mannequin i %  i Ci>nieaaa MaretUa She vK% ttMT languages haaa Miun rteerrc In phllri-.nphy. lighten months igo she gave up the idea rif it career MS a •tecft.i. Since %  i Lied in Item and London D u En Route To B.C. m UE to leave, this afternoon by II W I A for Trinidad is Johnnie Adam son Managing nf Bookers Di "is way to British Gui, Itarltad'i. he wax the guest of Mr. and Mis Fred Olton of "Spnngiiehl'. Barbel .( % %  From British Columbia M R > LA lelchcr. hi* f*% I her young l^i Football RICKET lovel %  a local ciilypsonuin he would husi coratnahfej %  walwat bout football. Walk along Iln AND MRS FRANK HOLAND arrived from Canada terday morning by T C A. to spend trn days' holiday m Barbados, staying at Cacrabank. Mi Holland is in T.C.A's. TrarTh and Sales Department in VancouVl His home Is in Cloverdale. British Columbia. 1 !" Arriving by the same plane was Miss Betty McAvov. Also here _tor ten days, she i< staying at the rtcket goes ocean View Hotel She is an airf mere Iirw ,t e wardis with T C A. %  Mr. Fletcher who Is stuaylng Street .my day and listen to the medicine at Edinburgh. Scotland, "buzz" oi voi.es The word footwill be reluming to th UK ball seem* to highlight any later this month. They were conversation %  1 the St Lawrence T.C.A. Girl* Hotel \f ISS JUN ^ CLARK and Ma Returning To-morrow 1*1 A M R. H H. CROUCHER. accompanied by Miss Adelaide Director of Agriculture in O'rcgan. T C A Reservation Bridge Oulana *'ho is at present Agent in Ontario who had been holidaying in Barbados is due to spending a short holiday In Barretarn to BG.. to-morrow by badoa left yesterday afternoon by B.Wl.A. He it a guest of Prof. T.C.A on their retu IMSh of Enterprise Road t 0 Canada. Married Yeiterday Special Flight Official Viait B W I A ran a Special Flight \MR. LEONARD THCMI*SON yesterday morning to Trini1V1 of the American Consulate dad taking twenty two C'odringlon here leaves this morning hy High School girls and two Lodge B W 1 A for AntlfUl and St boys to spend the Easter holidays Kilts on a short official •n Trinidad. Most of them live in expects to be back in Bi Trinidad. April 12th A QUIET WEDDING took place at St. Cyprian's Church M.->terday morning when Mis* Thclma Ruth Gllke*. only daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. G. Gllkes. if Brooklyn.*' River Hood wan married to Mr. William Randolph Douglas. Deputy Registrar anu win of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. I' Douglas The bride who was given in marriage by her father wore a tllerbtl length dress of suede irepe made on Victorian lines, with a yoke of Venetian lace. A Juliet cap bordered with pearls and a fingertip veil completed llie charming ensemble. Rev W M. Malone performed tinn.emony Bestman was Dr A S. Ashbv The honeymoon is being Spent rant. Hi> ;i :t 11B\ THE WAY Whites Hotel at Ro T nF. impiidi-nee of travel literature' Whenever an hotel 'ilx-d in screaming super la•ives. you may he sure ft is one of those cosmopolitan boilingl Europe is tutchea of iwaauWas with teleWexford Trailing behind K ones and radios all over the >"•* Mur a } n -jr* irooms. vile cocktail lounges. Odcnsc. the Oranger a_t % Lm Area 2*. in neral Crowe Junction alPlancha*. Uw Danj mosphere nf fuss and noise—an-! ;l %  [.nancy on every side the Kc dtnler, By Beachcomb?iIle rst li i dabout ..os* the Tro._ the Crand at leading to Octopus 214 Api-i %  :y direction. :,l Belfort beating, south at the lifth tentaclelerfall und.i ttreel ol Octopuf 213 This will Utinain. ell, a Muse of lire, that I might pralM a very different kind of place, where repose, good food and aood drink are the important things. Far above all,and without a peer CROSSWORD Ribas dc t : ", j n Vhlm to the Two-Way Hcundi On emerging' he will Perplgnnn. the Colonne ,.„! „|i.nn the one-way street :,, s: v.,l i.v-M.i ^nwjMN whlrh IWMl „ — T* ; -U !A L il n U fliij l l i l' l i — —F' ~ 1 L i | ,,. which lead-* U) OetOpUa 214 (w above), Hie key-point for BOIIUI%  i.iiiie in Areus 34. 35, 36 .ind 36(a) Ramp 81 lies before him. leading to I'arkodmme 93. He can tt back Oh to Ins northerly by parking until the • ••uth-gcing IralTlc is diverted t. Octopus 'iH (bl. After that all he ki .s l' proceed by oneway streets as tar as Ramp UM Group Area 219. He will then I* .-••verted to Approach Area 46 to Unit InStruettoni by I mid-speaker Thv Ul imh m UnuUr promi'tod aceOUDt tl tl an who always slept in : biimless bowler, so that it wouli. fit easily intn a M ft pillow, m hel.l up while . poll of hatter; was token. Most of the hatter: Urecnon. said that vou den'l have to ba usiderable areas hatter to realise thai it veu U> 0| lU'l" %  %  •TII..P II . II faux i ond twelve hundred thousand little resting-places, such as the Drummond Arms by the tranquil Yarrow. //oir Ihf %  OefOfHM 1 W'rA-a T IIK criticism that the t>rfl svstem ol "oetopuaat" defeaU its own ends by leaving no outlet for the traffic, is a trivial ono. The basic,idea is to nave %  win* Ing one way street from which there li an apt M onln at the near end. As the traffic must enter the street at this end. the other end being a Mind alley, obvious ly it cannot expect to emerge 1 1 tin street at the far end. or to anter it rm.ii tint and. A circular ramp halfway along each enables vehicles to turn ond come back. The traffic which rennet enter or emerpe al the far end takes %  parallel "octopus' and goes in thi thus frceinu during the tirr" required for the lo pul vour head en a pillc votUeMi using ttie circular romp wnl | e wearing a brimless bowler M\ l .in UatOi r;1ti ... %  in emerge again at the near end nf the "octopus." V Snibba v I %  |a* a I I %  i IIKWOIII II Ttr Oiiiir '•! Iii"h oil I Win I, t ii... Whm U NDER the heading. "Boouty Tip." 1 read this — a hint which I gave years ago:— .The uses boot polish on her i'[/e-lajdici insleml of mascara III Patting C AN you tell me the difference between the smell of burning rubber sad the smell of a glass of Richebourg' Probably you can. But scientists cannot: not. that I*, in any Jargon that satisfy them. An article 1 have just read admits that no scientist can say. "in terms which have any scientific precision," what is the difference Ix'twecn the scent of a rose and that of boiled cabbage I am heartily glad to hear It Wc can drink in pt m I Kf-tlirrrnion Schnlub: N OW. let us suppose that A is driving a car northwards from Parkodronie *4I. Ramp Area 26. and is diverted westwards a< the bowler will tumble I :l Of hi pushed aafcee I replied that you don't have to be a halter. In any i Hint the man in nuttion doesn't mind if his hat i* askew or falls olf. The point it that he goes to bed in it Th. hatters thin Mid that It wai waste of money to have I iv/ler mada foe ileephu in I an.swereii that the m.-.u uscan old bowler, aud cut off IBM brim himself. The batten asked if i'\riyoiie did that, whari would we hv" 1 replied Ju*t where Wl I And everybody doesn't do it as yiiaa n . 1 %  %  %  %  'ton. the I: Llfh i %  %  % %  of the previous one. naking a two-iayei block If hij delll I %  turnOUt to lie In •dfble wa can atthei export it or i : i nrw kind of briell to build llshennen's hou tliirmi-sv Talk T the I ton 1 last nighl the populai magnate Flkla Maw Ba neae for an hour and a half The Inti the mill h was less silence bj .in audience which wouhl have been i In paring Its noils and UUTOUfh ktl teeth at home Talking Paint If m could himp irluoi, OJ a flea, in comparlsoN •Ire il urooaM'i I i any more than ,':.. %  de I'Hulle %  T, RICHARD BASEHART SCOH CANON W BRADY ^s ft aam*i8.^u^c*^ui.aPr^ J (rt.ftto-t'r*' naWiaa laoei ti 1 i B^eiNOstSai ih.n'e'^udo *> Wdt UON HIWS PWMtJMn Plus: LOCAL TALENT ON PAKADL teNEAGLE-fewWILDING^ __ __ -, B'TOWX DIAL 2310 %  • I %  M <\ THi MOSr POPUlAk CINEMA %  -^i.ss^^^ss /N 10WN III sor "AM To-night visit The mnff Beautiful Mghf Club from Miami to Rio wllh a n-orld-u-id* repiitarion /or flood food 3fu8ic, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 fof reservations mm: 136 PRINTED HAIRCORDS & CAMBRICS| 1.22 & 1.52 90c-1 •36" PINK CAMBRIC 92c. 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PAO.F FOl'K BAItBAnO* ADVOCATR THTHMIAY APUII. :. m.-.i BARBADOS &^ADMMTE t 1 1-^—-i PrlnWd bj th, Ai> C-. LW Broad 51.. BrldWiowr tkamiajr, April 5. INI IIH< \ilo\y THE dgcisfcM) to order the teaching of Latin. Spanish ami Mathematics in the hooli <>f thai island has been UM MbjgCl of much criticism and is second in unpopularity only to superannuation It is one of a series of unfortunate decisions t.ikin within n tA4 which have had an adverse effect upon the educational system of Barbados. Elem. %  Hid were intended to cater to the needs of the child during the Ant fourteen years of its school life. In England and other places this need was supplied by a scries o( schools d.-veloped over a period of years These included the Kindergarten School, the Junior School, the Senior School and the Primary School. Secondary education was supplied by Public Schools and Grammar Schools which formed the link between the Primary School and the University. In Barbados there was the Elementary School which catered to 20 000 children and from these were drawn those who attended the secondary schools. The fundamental purpose of these schools was to teach the rudiments, popularly known as the Three R's'and many men and women holding positions of trust and distinction had no other education than that supplied by the elementary school. In recent years however there has been a general complaint that the standard of education has declined. If there is any merit in the complaint it is clear that the Elementary Schools have not been fulfilling their function as welj as they should. If they have not been answering the public demand in this sense it was more than unwise to add to the curriculum, subjects which would detract further from the efficient performance of this duly and for which the average elementary pupil would never have any real need. If the facts are faced, it will be seen that the average child after attending the Elementary School enters ui.e of the trades or becomes an agricultural labourer or In the minority of cases Wins scholarships and goes on to secondary KnOols and the universities. It is useless therefore to add to the curriculum of the rleim-ntury school until one is satisfied that they are earning out efficiently the duties for which they were %  ibllihed One of the strongest objections to this I addition t" the curriculum la that there are very few teachers in the Elementary Schools qualified to teach the subjects. A small number of them have been drafted into the service alter obtaining the School Certificate at a Sec Lary Behool but the majority of them have passed through the Pupil Teacher S ystem and w.-rr never taught Latin or Spanish, Duripg the last two years of the training the) wart d) r| prlh d to do mathematics but many of them did so merely because il was compulsory The job of the elementary school is to teach the great mass of children to read and write English correctly and to do arithmetic. The job of teaching them foreign languages is the work of the secondary schools and the implied criticism is that these Secondary Schools are not performing their work satisfactorily. Even if they were not the remedy is not to be found in burdening the Elementary Teacher with something which he Df -'he was not trained to do. And even if it was properly done by them the children to whom they are teaching languages will have no need of it. Not a few peopli wondei What is the design behind the change or whether it was an experiment which has turned out to be a collossal blunder. Whatever the truth of, the matter it ii dearly a gnat disadvantage to the people of this bland who have been demanding belter education (or their children. To teaeh a smattering of language* in the Elementary School is to cater to snobbery without receiving any advantage from it. Barbados Needs Hansard The Debates' brunch of lb" to Ihe typist CommuteUb at i House of Commons u. responsiuse dictating macs original statement for th< %  port Of De* The house reporters tjktun . ity,wd read and revised if neceuarj > Members sjf pemnn. The preset\t permanent Mtnb[rie report! ihe ,a,n "Prints of Individ u j nl of the Debates branch editor's office for lurthcr cheekspeeches, at cist ie*timnied b k a* followlnt an d preparation for the the printers.) These must b primer ordered withl* about ten flil" %  "*" i„ itarbad** thro.reporter' from the time of delivery of thI Debatea ind Chief taking turns of 20 minute. "V^L' n .^Jl£" tH^ 'AennrUiu Hrnnch would bo adequate for local reprints and orders therefor tl< I A-iaunTEditor "* Th r "' Canad? hroufh ,hc I)r i ov ^^ ,nury Reporter* ""^^ *" r^lJ" h Ur The typewritten copy for th' I Senior Reporter of Commitshifts on many orcamnn* p|intw % ^ £ a .^ n.,,, ,„„ n The daily edition is printed at which (onslsU of an origin* Parliamentary RenigM |( he Government printsheet, a stencil, and a "blueing bureau and delivered the : heel. The set" is perforate. F nex t morning at about ten near the top and when the copo'clock. All proofreading of the comes Irom the reporter it is sep1 Editor of Debates galleys for the daily edition a %  Hated, the original going to Uu 1 Assistant Editor of Debate done by the printer* The bound editor, the stencil to a duplicate 'French) edition is I three mathine, and llv 2 Parliamentary Reporter! months after the close of th session The "Parliamentary Reporterarc the men who report the deEach issue of the daily edition bates of the house, and the contains a page of 'Con lent*. "Assistant Parliamentary s Re____—— porters* are those who report Ihe i proceedings <>f standing n n c* > TS i.t*.-•*• %  •• •• i mt rim special committees. tees 4 Assistant < •MXI.n I OUaa 11.%  heel b i the outside office for use of mem iers who may wish to read the) remarks. The stencil is run ' in the office for the purpose o %  applying thirty cipie* to th press gallery %  a* the Hatarhi comes from *>e reporters Thi is unedited ropy, merely (.: t 1 information or the press, and i be quoted as H ( tains Parliamentary laics Permanent officers c.f Ih home. Including those oboveI R]t MOM to-JM M mentioned, are appointed bv — — I I elaborate and detailed I eompeUtlve examination h %  1 d inxide Iront cover. In winch all "ve or ix month.lewlon il is under the au.pk.v or the CM1 statements ml quest, !" ,, under KR"* !" 6 ??. Service Commission. They re,„„,„„. p, OC eod,„ R s. all ,lacs ot " p h ^„a^' E Z, ,.,>.suwr.nnoatl..,, M relircb.lk a,,.l m,;.i !" „. ,o„s,dcreer.c„l.,.i.. Conlribul. "f const,tuem ics with member cense alter thtrly-flve year.. ReMembers may see Uwlf anwrh| mcreror. LUtor ministry, par tirement is compulsory at sixtyin typescript in the DvbatM llamcntary a>sirtants and %  live, un al cases the Oltlce bef€re they are sent to the tiers are annotated to show ai htrm is ..xlcrui.-l by ordav in printer. It Is a rule of -mhouwj chankes v-hlcl, have taken plac. council Rollrcd emiil',ye,-s rethai eat) correctioni or since the publication of the rts celve eeven-tenths of their ann„;: aller.dions may Inmade All uch Index — appointment., reslgna nuirj for the la.t ten yen ire check..! by l'..' t ls ei l etc multiplied by the number of year, editors lielore beinf Incorporattd .,,. ri4l .... %  .^._ ,„ thl pnn'.cr W "'""" *'*" '" "" ^ i ~* <-liermanent stafl includes H the printers) of $3 per **£">" also a clerk of index and a clerk The house reporter* have deatu aultra copies may %  *• onHfld t revision. Ihe former preparin-DO H Boor ot U\er hundred. Mem and the latter Ihe revised itageii lime. A French rcportT is alh"* %  "•' smltled W BUM rop* f„r this l*.und edition. ways at his desk In the ••h.iinher without chat.during the se* an i %  rranch ipeadWS. slon; fourteen are sent out d.rcet Each reporter Is provided with iy to persons designated by th. i expert typist. The house reWhere members make "cormember, and two are for the porters dictate the material direct reclions** on the floor of the members' flies in the house. mi III nlur I in >. i siM OtriA.i I x.i mi n. ii ioil i lians>€ k 111 IIislor> S> ihilins LONDON, revolutionary change la We history syjlabus f.jr the Over-se.i School Ceitill.au;ind HigJ-r School Certificate Examination-; of the University Of ftmbrtdge BtH bean ilecided upon in respect of Caribbean area candidates. Following consultation with the West Indian Students' Union the University of C'ambiidue Isor-al Symli.'.iie lias decided that in 11152 und thereafter, u history paper will be set specially for candidates in the West Indies The purpose of this will lie to test the candidate's knowledge of the history of his home area. Hitherto the history papers did n,)i dee) with particular Colonial tsrritoftSB) The CambrldRc Syndicate have also decided to Include among the book list for West Indian BtUdente. "Capitalism and Slavery" by Dr. Eric Williams, the famous West (mliin historian: Professor Arthur Lewis, another nislinguished West Indian, will he among the examiners appointed by the University of Camhmlui' ll> K. If. %  im
  • ic influences whim ':. i ffi % %  I the West Indies emancipation and its effect", the development uf agricullurv and trade: the growth of (lie community and the part played by religion and trade: the develcpiin 1 of the social services and ""il soeiiil. economic and .on%  t • ittonal developments with %  tenanea to IMeratloii For the purposes of Section U the knieing concentrated upon thi Renaissance, tne Reformation and Counter-Reformation, t h e i ise of Nationalism, the French Revolution wlthm Europe and the Expansion of Europe without The candidate will also be expected to have some know ledge of '.he history of the western h.im-yh. iv His allcnt.or Will t.•quire to be i-ccially directed i the rise of the American Batkm, 'he developme.il o| Canada and Spanish and Port iiEueso clvllfsatfons In relation tt the development of modem South America. Subjects ahead.. covered under Section A. (West Indian History) will, of course be excluded. Some knowledg. of the British Empire and Commonwealth more particularly in the New World, and Including the d.vcl i>mcnt of Dominloi Status will also be required In dealing aritn these subject emphasis, it Is stated, should In laid upon those cultural, racial Many <>f W18U*| recommend.-., tions were adopted, I am Informed The Syndicate Committee felt that for a proper understanding uf local history. It is also nccc> iv tor the West Indian cnndMatc 1 to have a general knowledge ol the wider historical, sett-tig In %  fhlch his community has develtory Under Section A. it is expected that the candidate will have i ii knowledge Of the %  the Bl ItlSh U'e-t Indian O-lcnles. and a thorough know ltdse of the history of his own Colony. Ii is Intended that tioth European li r. and the Overseas expa sion of Europe should be gtu III as far as possible with special re arenea Ul the countries of the Atlantic liasln. For Instance, i knowledge of the internal hlttor? of Central und South-East Europe. Of distant portions of the Com* mon wealth, such as Ind in The various ospects of Wi Indian history with which ... OPM in this way, ihe student should be familiar include: the Austrulia. will be required will not only find that the history settlement of the different races; Il is understood that smvln of his own community, socn In UM development of political m pn>uosaU fur candidates in Salts proper perspective, becomes rtituliuns (both o-ntral and |oc a i | II Africa ore under conla. moie uiu-lligibkbut he the slave -VM. m and it. jlu.iitii.il *ideration. By GOT EDEN Political Editor g| the "Daily Express". CHOICE ;tf candidates for Britain's Parliament is a slow, deliberate and careful process. Each constituency has its own special needs and characteristics, and it is essential—if the Member is to be a success— that he shall satisfy them as far as possible. So It is that, in all parties, the Rreatest care is taken to choose men and women who will, n truth, represent their constituency in the Legislature At the same time, the processes of democracy are fully protected, and the local party ori;amations have their full say before they are committed to supporting candidate. All tnree principal political parties in the United KinRdom follow the same process ielecting candidates There can. of course. ye independent candidates, owing allegiance M no party and standing on policies of their >wn. So lon as they can secure enough 'ocal backing to provide nominators, they ire free to stand for election But the numier ol independent candidates elected il l| VtJTJ small—tb* general tenk-ncy is for the electors to vole for those who itand for a clearly-defined party policy. In every case, choice of candidates Is he hands of the local party organisations >ut all three parties retain some measure of headquarters control over the selection. This nf n purely negative character—the headluarttra can insist only on refusing to conlirm a candidature, and cannot insist that any particular candidate be adopted. They can, in other words, refuse to endorse and support Mr. X—but they cannot demand that Mr. Y be the candidate instead. WI1J. HAVE NO SUPPORT FROM HEAIMH ARTKRS It is rare, indeed, that the choice of a local. party organisation is rejected by headquarters. If it is. the local officials are; told. In strict confidence, the reasons for Uu refg > ind in some cases a different local choice i, made. If. in spite of the refusal, the loca candidate goes forward for election, he will receive no support from party headquarters, no prominent party speakers will attend his meetings and no literature will* be issued from headquarters. If elected he will not be regarded as a member of the party. Because it this, local parties in such cases usuully take the advice of headquarters and choose i different candidate Before any name is submitted to headquarters for approval or rejection, a long process of selection is carried out locally. A small committee is usually formed, to decide what type of candidate would best suit the needs of the constituency, for instance somene with a knowledge of local industries Having decided the type of candidate they seek, the same few officials—often two or three of the leading figures in the local party —will prepare a list of men and women who have some reputation locally in the handling of local government affairs, hospital management, or other public work. INTERVIEWING THE CANDIDATES While this preliminary process of select lot! is Roing on. the local officials may ask whether party headquarters wish to suggest any names. Usually, a few are offered, and these go OH t<> the list of "possible" candidates Then a slightly larger body, the Executive Committee of the local party interviews each possible candidate, and forms a view on his or her general abilities, political orthodoxy and outlook. > From a "long list"—which may sometimes contain as many as 20 or 30 names—attlf interview and discussion, a "short list" is prepared usually of not more than three names The three are invited to appear again before the selection committee, to make further speeches and generally to submit to examination. Al this stage one of the candidates is chosen. He is asked to appear before a meeting of rank-and-tile members of the local association—possibly a thousand or two people. This meeting may—but seldom does—reject the Ohosen candidate on the ground that he or she is not suitable, either from a political or some other point of view. In that case, another candidate has to be selected by the officials to face the full membership. When a single candidate has been chosen, the name is communicated to party headquarters in London. In almost every case, it is formally "endorsed" and the candidate is listed as official. EASY ON THE EYE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF LAMP SHADES i,N BLUE, ROSE. AMBER, APRICOT. PINK PEACH. GREEN of various designs to suit reading and standard Lamps. Tli •> will provide both beauty and comfort in your Home. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. rilONEg : Mlt. 4U7, 51, Mil. Abaci in St0trk . Ll GLOSSY FINISH PLASTIC THE CORRECT MATERIAL FOR MAKING HANDBAGS in the following colours — Red, Blue, Green, Brown, Lt. Brown, Navy, Fawn and White • Art your rvquirvntfnlH Irom — DaCOSTA & TO., LTD. Dry Goods Dept. Ol It III AIMHS SAY Fooiball To ||M Editor, Th* .Wr-HOl.'— SIB. I notice from the report B.A r.A' Annual General meet>, that thu august body hai surpassed Ihemselvu th term* of Ingratitude. Mi r L Waicott must :< %  *erj ps> over tinfact the %  lots M "hat the B.A.F.A really •tsnds loi In relation in uphol %  i Ihe1950 Season < MIL. 1910 1949 and t 19S0 seasons the BAT A. had nothing to do with the running ot the game other than to make fixtures and receive 40' %  all money. AH the donkey work attached i<> ;• football season, being done by Pkkwiel Club under the terms of the then existing arrangement, is any wonder that the B.A.F A dOS f Bl null in Auditor fur their financial report As Mr Ward nptly puts It, the simplicity of the figures could be appreciated. Tbjra %  no doubt that the B.A.F.A. has lo thank Mr. Coppin for then roes atate oi nuances, as it was the firm stand he adopted Bl to play in the I'ark which caused the transfer to on, and the present Bank howi Uu appro latlon 4 i title. *e Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for vein Mm Yours lrub. ,I01IN 11 SHANNON Tenby, R< %  b/i'"/ BIB i bould Uka by this i Northern Schools are all unaware of the import.n % %  of aojuaUe spoils. On Thursday 25th of January this jrafer th CelarM| E held it* nrsl aquatic spoils inching, using the pier kindly lc it by the management of Plant Ilom Ltd Spcightstown. As Ihe idgrtaktng was partly an >xperunent the pttblk was rot i.vltad, but ;m informal invhattori vv.is enl to one of your leporters who did opt And It convenient lo attend. The result5 were later forwarded to him, but as far as I know they wennot published. As far us Water Polo is concerned, wihave yet to reeatve an invitation to t.ike part m %  t iin.iment. Q. C MILLAR He.ulr-i.i-ti(Ag), The Coleridge School. St. Peter. April 2. 1951 Inivrwhital Sports Silt. !" At th.ISS luded. the Hon. <; M L.C consBratulated Lodge School on their Ane win and hi pert that in the coming ye ir Ihafl fVOUld ho an even closer ,-iiool aril Harrison Cullege. His cxcellaOt:y Sir William Savage hoped that Combcrmere School WOtdd also lend excitement to the keen struggle for championship honouraJbh hotfever. committed oni> tlonablc faux-pas, for the ISS. have long since dtgeoei i use tlie word with strong feeling) :rtigi;le between thl e The fault lies elsewhere. Why has the aagcn %  ration leen sulTered bB aa I AI aev il. it is a question i utnght blindness to. or t"taj ignorance df a sense of IU Of Merit 1 vee no rsasoa -A hv Foundation. ColstidgV, Ptrr* and Alley inought not to Vc abta to make a bold bid for Championship. l*t us examine the glaring the ease-— P I.odgp School and Harrison College remain in school up to the age ol 10; all other schools up to the ane of HI %  ly the result of great numbers from which to choose) This beg of ia • to 20 wiih the other M hool bov ot lfl it thins! athletic Bl Ihe Litter boy. the result is .. ion-cone conclusion. Hence Harrison College and Lodge School begin with an adU-i us grant them the laurels bestowed upon them at the hands of smiling Fortune. But behold the incongruity the regulations governing the %  ward of points. Under the • :tem, this bearded giant gen nine (9> points regptrcUea of the mediocrity, m of his performance The otherschool produces a urdluuit athlete of. say 10 or 11 years old; he lops a second from or adds an inch to the previous record The Advo cale hlarons his name across the front page in bold block letters Tha Headmasters' Committee ifor they. I am told, me the cotxipeteni authority In the matter of Una .111,1 not to be outdone in esneroatt) of recognition awards him the handsome and of three :• Where 1uw equity' Did not this Uttia fellow use. relatively speaking. n the lad of 19 9 nay th.fa ntastic diffi ^warding bin DCJ It is a serious deterrent to culture of the best athletes; it is hardly Justice. If the aim Is to give the Ch. pionshlp to H.C., US. (or C.S win. the numerical advantage! real)) no need for suVf great fear. (11 They have greater numbers, therefore w poadbUIUas. t2 Their Division I I nave .1 ue.ided ,nu tase. They will win. (5) They are always Ht: In particular) tappin; the resources of thi other-schools. But s least, we oaa prevent thi %  coring results fron' militating with s t scandalous prastatanc) against, the efforts the other-schooll. %  %  dmasstar* 1 Commlttae lo aUghtan the questioning public and myself as tc %  %  u^l underlies this system 0 Awarding points. Why not stari cTardise the points irrespective o( agel IHVERSIDE REX April 2. 1951. HERMETICALLY SEALED UNITS WITH FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE i '• tad New STERNETTE has everything which goes to I make a good Zero Cabinet. %  Including -r • ir*CREASED CAPACITY • ADVANCE DESIGN • SIMPLE BEAUTY • LOW PRICES • ECONOMICAL available Immediately from P MUSSON. SON A CO., LTD. — Agents DA COSTA & CO LTD. — Distributors %fe^ III I II It HI'Y III III II SOW ANCHOR BUTTER 88c. per lb. ANCHOR FULL CREAM MILK POWDER $2.23 per tin of 2*s lbs. VM.ri Aims NEW IOTATOES NEW ONIONS BEET ROOT In Tin! ITCUMIJERS In Tint KHUIIARB In Tin* FRESH LETTUCE FRESH CARROTS FRESH HEETS FRE SH TOMATOES RED SNAPPER arrive si'i:i I.VI.S CREAM CRACKERS $1.44 l*r Un HUNTERS STEAK ond KIDNEY—48.Mr Im HUNTER'S SULTANA PUDDING—Me. per Un iMin un si KRUSHED PINEAPPLE — 4Br per tin BARLEY STICKS—lie, ea. FRESH PORK SAUSAGES 60c. per lb, CALVESLIVER — 60c. per lb. 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    Tiimsn.w. Ai'Rii. It Will \i.iiiimii MI PACE HVE Threatening Letter Case M OI*TM KMOHT Enters Fourth Day THE FOURTH DAY of the trial of David Van Piutin whom the pohce have charged with uttering n threatening h'ttci to Aubrey Birch of Dayrells Road, demaiMUng money will conllnm today at the Court <>( t;i and :• eat ion* l b> i HI had not finished calling wntnt uli< -n MiHonour the Acting Chief Justice, Mr G. L. Taylor adjourned :he case. PJUn i, al ,e r to have written &££&* "" U * ;"*; V !" ,en TK* SS S: Hc,im.med^.*.iboul.9rntn. n.-..Jin K M.000 The mone> was u „ ,. ,.., low niB D.,. to have been placed M • iwimn rr n, Road When he was getting place near Birch home. u lhf Gsrriaon he uw thai TopMr. W W Heece. KC. Solicitor pin wu. srresteri bv some police General, is proaecutinn ihe cue m en He knew Toppln for a Ion* for the Crown. Mr E. W Bartime and he knew Put tin for about row i* the defence counsel four to five years He was about On the tlrst day of trial six feet from Puttin when Toppm evidence was given. A legal Rot on the bicycle bar lie did no* point at to the admiuibillty of hear what Toppm and P| H certain statements being given i or who addressed the olhf first as evidence arose and on the Today the prosecution will con second day and part of yaster'inue to cull witnesses The |urj day, defence counsel and the *W *'mpanelled. Crown prosecutor addressed thi .^^^_^_^___ COUfl OB whether the st;il<%  could be given. The Chief Justice ruled that the statement, could be given tis evidence Mr. Barrow argued that Puttin had been arrested and asked to %  rive a statement without bcinp cautioned. He had been induced and threatened to give a statement and it was only after i. half hours of such Intimidation and when he was exhausted that Puttin gave a statement Any inducement, promise or threat would be a strong factor in classing Puttin to give a statement an t for those reasons such a statement should not be given as evidc ice L'nder Arrest Death By Hfisadven tu re A CORONER'S Jury returned o verdict of "death by misadventure" when an imjuny into the circumstances surrounding the death of Aubrey Nurse was concluded at Moletown Police Station yesterday. Nurse, a tractor driver of Peterkins Land. St Michael, was ploughing a field at Oxnards Plantation when the tractor fell into Oxnards Gully. Mi Keith Dcane. Manage* 0l ihe plantation, was sitting on the tender but escaped uninjured he Training Centre For Blind Will Be Opened Al Hard Memorial Hall THE ASSOCIATION la UN Blind, Deal and Dumb al Itl last mertini; held on January 10, 1951 decided to open a •mall i-enir, i icd blind siudcnts could be trained in handcrafts l>v a blind Barbadian who had been for xvn nntnihs lo a Centre in Trinidad and is now qualified to teach. ^——————^^^-^^"— A* a result, and through the o courtesy ot the Staff Officer of tor >/Hig/ilslnwn Will Skip 20,000 Tons Of SugarYESII THE* HI HERE Hora sh,|,. mil i. nlUnf nurlng this crou supplies ol SUKBI %  I Kingdom. on llnsH lr.IUn.sn ">"P t',ichin at that port loadini I of *• AsjocUtli th A UNIT ot Hi. Bsrtado. HoiinUfl Fallcsj. crrtiuj p.su, :• the car with II.R II pnocM. Alice to 111. visit to this colour Uat yo.r. ic ? cour-, brforc rulini that such „ -, ment could be given in evidence. }'•' tractor loll on Nurse and ihe Acting Cnlei Justice said that * T. ,.'' *,S"\ the Urn reason which had hern '/ C C C1,r **' wh P"' !" urgca for the reduction of ,he SJKUH" ZZSE !" '".i""!"'^! oirHrisannn ...... • %  %  • a. .,, h u .itlruuicii death to shock and •vidence was that Putt.n had <-ti haenU(rrhllf e Thc inqulrv took asked by Cpl. Devon.sh to come ace Mo % Mr s \ NurM on to the Criminal Investigau.ig Coroner of District "E" and lloleDepartmcnt. Puttin asked own whether that meant that he was | EON FARLEY, a enlist ot under arrest and Devon** sail JL* Workman's Street. St that il meant w. George, was taken to th General Fr m the evidence he could not Hospital yesterday evenlnj: and conclude that Devon it h admitted detained suffering fram Injuries that Puttin was under arrest lo his left fool. Ho was nati'lled that there was Farley was injured after on no violence. Par from that Putaccident occurred at Charles tin had been treated kindly by the Roe Bridge. St. George at about police, Riving him rdfareoas and 5 30 p.m. between a motor cut beer. What he did find was Out d '> v en by Allan Bailey and two Puttin had been detained too long bicycles, one owned by Kirton by the police in the C I D and he Jeiaamy ami the other by Farl Local Mounted Police Will Give Musical Ride At World Winter Fair If Government Approves EK.HTEEN Mounted Policemen and Uwir horses II | a Musical Ride at the World Winter F. ii u th V. Government approves. This detachnunt ot iha Barbi Mounted Police will travel to Canada by i a %  The Worlu Wln'.-r F.. Barbados Regiment, a room ha: been made temporarily avallab't* in thc Garrison where the teacher is selecting pupils for the full course. This prelimln.ii' will last lor about a (oitnig | .iftcr which it is proposed to 0|.:'i ,i regular school in the Hiu-1 Mamoria) Hall, James St-Wtt. kan situdents will report duilv IJI The Coimnillie rum it that port loadlaat? 1 **!* Aaaortation i* very grate ul 1,406 t. Liverpool. I to ,n e Methodist Propei i> r, %  Jj ,.,: Una ;, .( ,i,,p. iiittc.' which ha< nmde Ue Jo.iHHi tuns of sugar expremises available free of chan,e I peeled to lcclor Franklyn's rvulrnre. gftetf he drew Putlin's attention to the similarity of the hand writing on the envelope mitt thai in ihr letter, 1'iittin ctappsd him on his shoulder. %  BnOari i ml told him he would say everything, Mr Harrow was arguing that Cpl. Devonish** "let's heir what "MI hava to sav.'' amounted to n ilirent. bin he did not itgre.with •ii.ii na would Gondtmo it ai an improper way of making hi* investigations. Kviflence Nnl Induced LONDOr.'. Mirch. ?a 0 mageT yC,M **" leniiV€ly Bnliih rumour mills an <-piiE WALL which rum along busy grinding oul new tax the centre of "the window by "details" of a rearmament the sea", opposite the General I. ud^el expected to be pre^"'uSJ^^SSVt" %  < % %  ") Clianccllm of ,.,, working on it during this eek. r.xchequer HtiKn Oaitskell This is Ihe llrsl move that w;. m-xl April 10 to ;iti already spot for a long lime, heavily-taxed npticm. GalUkeU if faced wiin the prnbi long time I sold out and at Toronto, Canada on Octo It will be held f-.i .. W* if these cities—Tcvanto New 1 and Plttsbuigh. TIH-< 1 I>I P. ik .• ..,-. B]M .'. rlUaci 't directors of thli Fall gfv ng them .'-t.,,1. of —. < Hi ha in fi inMd iiuMi thai i"' i to allow ihr *•• Barbados Mounted Police to . .o and lA %  ^ 1' xl nimith. They arc vi He did no. feel he would be justified in holding that the eviden.e was induced and he WU fortified his conclusion by the cross. N imlutlon o( Cpl. Dcvonlsh. By cl d ,. n m c harge Police Traininit that, he meant that ihrre was no School, wire the examiners. Eight %  mnatioii i lo thc mpn worc ,i nu )|v selected and improper quenkmi pul to un i>^ n„. v will soon leave the island Drvanish. l ot cirenada. Ha IMralon tcumi that HivilltV' that Morgan U'wis Bay lat-mcnti were volunt.irv stateiN has become so popular with ments ar-d could be given in holiday revellers the owners of evidence Ihe land are contemplating buildThe evidence for the prosecuing a good road, leading down tion WHS the.i recomnun ed. to thc beach. Perhaps this road Inspector Finnklvn said that will be completed for the next set Puttin had told him that he had of holiday makers (after thi addressed the enveloi* but had Whitsuntide 1 wh made on lh F.isl the houses Ihe debris cli-ariHl lem of Unding additional millions miil in .pucurai.ee and kept ... nn ih IfS is enmnwld munv "' d "'"' S l me 1 •"" %  '" %  • good condition by the men Saliw.lT be nS There to de,na nds w,,ho ^ t cu,tJn bnck ba,h *'tr -' "'" *" lh '"' T2LJ2Lj ^J£82t* 1 Sr~i£ aoclaluat.on or harming Britain's The oldest home of the I u „s V,,H • .i.J al HoliuuS <-xport programme. ,s 'Copper", wln.h ,t ,,. i^*l TI'MSAV tt... ruJSS'A" > P *nn'' l"rters. b?tng their u i,ncd nt Dlati i. • QN Tir.S!lA\ the District _A forecMU in wh(l ln b.. ll( vi , „,. 1W( nih 11W ,„ t „, ^ ^!Z,,f^i^JJ^t^ '*' defln,l s,raws ,n '" dollar of earned .ncomo Hiking of the cigarette tax bv upwards of 14 cents, making lh* co'.i tu II nklv. 11 T (' i;,. • i Kallon Caremonla) Parades, deta Ilrasti, run.", UL (,.,v. rnn-ei.t ,,[ the Mounted Poli.e not written the letter contained. H.< row t, lAitun %  attention that the "b" on the envelope and the "bs" m the letter were similar. Puttin looked al them, clapped him on hlr shoulder and told him that he w;u a master and he would tell him all He told Sgt. Phillips to record the statement. He was not present when the statement am recorded. At this stage another ICK.I1 point arose—whether Frank lyn should give in evidence an alleged admission by Puttin of a similar instance in which he becoming demanded money. The Chlet ,| 1 n > ke ", .lusiire will give his ruling on that quoatton today. Britain lias More Medicine Drinkers From FRED DOfr.RFLINGEK I-ON DON. Britain officially is in danger of I nation of medictr.,.' %  ellency the 0 In charge of the Mount s i.uiee ftargaa*. I Bancroft. He hns been with this n-iiiuh for the pasl ei^lili %  .1 .1 nearl) ..il the D .%  atlo tiuoLiiihiMit ihe i liffld Hi hixhlv commeniled for iln lurn out nt the Annual F*liibl1.oii I0<8. when ho roda Ihe 1 Da nt-, %  Hare Horse, t'nsuiliilde the Winfleld Toppin. baker of the jffSTS Bay 1. ind. said that he knew Puttin for a short while On February Lfi at about 8 p.m. ha saw Puttin tenting from the Garrison riding ., blOyela. Puttin .ailed him and M him \ hethei he wanted to n work for a dollar. The Assistant Secretary Ministry of Health. Miss E. M Russell-Smith, told the London • Council of the National A DolUr's Worth 1940—the first full year of tales taxes, the so-called ehaaetax." abnad at cutting down i "iMiiiii demand, making it more X!'-.M> to buy luxury goods. and easier for factories to turn go to Morgan over lo war production Alrchd< I * conlirni this a* — — !" "> •%  ^•'•^"•. „ ; & w a srss FUZF u StronK Suppi.rl thtn i% „ ceremonial Parade and Stronger -uppt-n was found for nils It .ie is ,,i, ihe r i Migg.'Sion'. that UW t;.x on commere is a li.rge lur it I |>any proli:s will lie hiked .ubslaniude Bhc horMa an i UaUy in view of Socialist part., and as a visitor io the ialai.ti -a., belief that rearmament will resaid, "he has never seen its i aial ult In huge n^oflls for a variety many part of UM aOrld Ai present the MomiOf the ap^raxunau total of 20.000 tons produced at these foe'ing l!i:.o. 17.000 ions • %  bandlad ..t Spatjpjitatown %  10 Itndgetown. from srhara it was shipped out of the sland. K A G Lh.llenor & '.*o.. Ltd.. aiul Messrs Plantations idla .ill the shipping from Bpatghtatown. A local shipping agent told the Advocalr \. Vi Igj tli.n St^ightsn was able to und should be handllai the Balpptng ol -ill Iha sugar produead In Die leeward nee,| for i' of the sugar to Bridgetown for shipment si DOUT, he said. Ml wall %  heltered and Iha '•.* *-"' Ships •OuM came within a reasonable %  ti %  ihora. n learned rail ttml lh* n. in bj b.indbng all the It that Hid Addid ti> thi' it was a boon to ihe %  rorbori ol Spelghtatow n Bpeighbrtown hai Iha twUIuai for handling the 20,000 tons of %  Uaar that are produced in the leeward parishes 'I here are sufIcient I-IIHK .nd four piers while lighters, harges and schooners are used to convey thc SUKRI to thc teamahlpi Although the use of trollies to take Iha sugar froir the bonds to ie lighters waning alongside the hart IS a bit slower tn.ui the method uaad In ihe shipping ot ar *r Bridgatown. yet ships Ugnr at Speights,own .ue dispatched. .laler The scheme is parih fthaoeoH b) i.oM-rnmant. hut Iha I tie IIHI'I .-:-i> d^iiend on the good ill of the public, and any sub acrlpbTc Qi or donatiotu nrill i>. most gratefully re-eived a n C acknowledged They LdMMiM U sent to the Financial Tre.'uier Association for the Blind, tin De.f. and the Dumb, c/o Soci.i Welfare OfBce. Gsrriion Whajlaaj set The Commiite would like lo trovkle the Oantro with a wirtess set. Apart from the fact th he blind will anjo) haarju >ii>.idcats whii. doing thetf wcrh set broadcasting In the room helps the blind people to find then bout. Is their .i nn n.b | of the Publi, who iwill.ng to giv, set' When Ihe t'enlre Oftana, BV -tudeni, will be p.ovMlvd WMh hue walking IttBln to help thrm to gel about. The Commlliec the Association .. %  .„* the public U %  flat in f\.iy possible way n 'y pemon it MM i.uivirii> a white walking stick. The Commltl paiticula.ly asks for the t oparatlon of 'bus conductor, 'bus users In assisting them op and off Ihe buse: Conductor Filled VI For U\ rrlii.iiliil"; LIONEL MALONEY. a bui •.I Sugar Hill, St. Joseph, was yesterday found Ullla ie. His Worship Mr. C. L. (Talwyn, Acting POlioa Magistrate f Pi. in. • "A .f overloading a bus. For this offence Malont*. aw paij %  Una of *' 4 nn<2 costs or in default two imprisonment. The line be paid by monthly instali' 1 per month • v was not rci ram nta. ( S^t Forde .illaehei to the TrafllBranch of Central .. %  .., ilil tin I'oli.e i Itiiaa HI tn %  ease was Police Constable 349 Ushley. who told the court that on March whlla "Ti duty he saw the motor ttrtuiuj him and 11 i IK ,VI il<>.id.,yi,i;.. !<>.,.i ..nd told him that nature of 2) million DUata, Which i^C^wjrss&ita ssrs .?^.'b^ b h v> -^.sssTK-oisitors new-paper "It is difficult to fe< I thai We idcavrlad him further on to .*an rrally be all that much the :;ie monument on That road and '*elter for it. ihen put him off Puttin told him Doctor's Order* ihot he rt"s to bring the parcel 'If only we can get it over lo to him by the gasoline station at the people that it is so much more Hush RBI. He went back for the important to attend to what the parcel and when he took it up anil doctor says than to feel that one 1 ad walked about four feel, he cannot get better without somewaj arrested bv policemen. thing to take, we would make a A case was brought against him ,tr > areai contribution to the national health, ana) incidentally. tO the national exchequer." Under Britain's comprehensive i National Health Service A\ me.linnea prescribed by a doctor rcgisI tered with the service are "free'' to the general public. The Ministry of Health, since [ July. 1948, has twice revised the list of drugs and medicines which there AaUng nib %  iucnuj ithknows will have to lay even heavier golden eggs in the second and third years of the British re.rm.in..-in programme. realisation, ft was asserted, trc,v direct taxation leniently and concentrate on mulcting profitearners and automobile usersLoth favourite targets of the Sonab.',: Party Taxation clauses in a new budget are kept complev until the delivery of the r ,, lor'i budget speech. That mean, that the British public will become more and more Mttery as April 10 approaches and the rumours ol OaHsfcalFa intentions are multiplied —INS. mount al IJI tn.lv I I) .nd "E" and four horses and men at Dtotrtel T", the moat b I districts. .-nd drawn Under cross-examination. Top pin odmlUed that policeman had promised him thai if he would give evidence in the case things would lie made easy for him I!. ..id that he hod asked Put tin. before they left for Dayrell, Jtoad. whether he wanted U* put can ^ pnt€Tibf Sir," Perfume %  Suiidal Perfume" Bandbca Shampoo Calmamlne (For A'llimaj GERMAN CAMERAS FLtDtCO Ekbe any Pk • i •flMUN l S Lens. Double View BMlBl pr< Kt lad Supply KMI.III S f l>IITII FOR THE BEST INSIST ON SILVER STAR SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES FISHING BOATS NEED REPAIRS Jim behind the Pavilion on the Princess Alice Playing Field e .bout five dilapidated boats. Some of them have been lying there for years Most of them have lost their keels and masts. One man who is an owner ol one of these boats told the Advocate yesterday that owing to financial problems he ha. not been able to start repairs on hts haj heard nothing. 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    ESTABLISHED 1895 s III IIA.\ PLAN stfiivn TIIURSDAV. U'RIL 5, 1911 HOPES or a ntw en for eo operation within %  unified Europe wars expressed when the agreement on the Schuman Plan for pooling, eaal nad *tel resource* was initialled at the Foreign Minttry in Part*. Protestor HalUUln. leader of the German delegation, signs on behalf of all the foreign delegationh -aid it *u right that Jfce plan should eternally bear the name of Mr Schuman — %  Vprrji HUNGARY FORTIFYING SLAV FRONTIER BELGRADE, April 4. Two Hungarian frontier guards who deserted into Yugoslavia on March 22, have reported military preparations on the Hungarian side of Yugoslavia's northern border, i Yugoslav press office said today. The two men declared pill boxes were being built and trenches dug in the frontier area and that the main road from Budapest which eventually leads through Yugoslavia to Trieste was being widened by two yards. Houses on two frontier village* ——— bad been demolished und the Inhabitants transported to the interior Constant iinli-Yiicusiav propaganda wan carried on in the Hungarian army, and military prepar%  ttaoi ware MpUliMd b\ reference to Yugoslavia's alleged design on Hungarian territory, the press %  aid. Two deserters who came over with Soviet rifles ami automatic* %  aid Ihey decided t,, escap'i* cause they could no longei -:'i '.he "brutal irenttnent ftlM System* .1 Ik Niioiisotiun existing in iheir iiui other until el the ffanaarian .mm" According to ii' pn m. • '-fTlcers and men have dc Yugoslavia this year from Cominform neighbours. One of them was the Commander of a Huminiu'ii froOUei guard batalhon. Lou year, altogclhei 112 frontier troo] dew rted to Yugoslavia —Reuler. U.K. Troops Will Return Home U.N. PROBE DEEPER IN N. KOREA Communists put up little resistance Yank Jets Kill 300 Communists: Allies Cover Entire Front Ask Parliamentary Approval For Sugar Paet With Cuba (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, April 4. (^UBA'S representatives at the trade and tariff talks at Torquay were today continuing their negotiations with British Government representa lives, according to Dr. Mendoia, Cuban Ambassador in London. Referring to a report that negotiations between the two countries had been concluded, he said: "I have not been informed that the talks are over. We still have a large dclcgaion down at Torquay and as far is I am aware we ore having disFreneli Increase EltOOme Taxation PARIS. April 4. The French Qovarnmenl decided to impose a five per cent 1ax increase on nil incomes above 50.000 dancs per year. It also decided to Increase charge f< i telephone calls by 25 pe,* cent. The income tax increase was expected to yield about I5.0O0.1H1O.O00 francs and the telephone increase about 6.000.000.000 franc. Telegraph messages and letter .... nmre. letters within I ..:. I no in: ine time being. Tl %  QCOtne tax increase will have to be approved by National Assembly enter. Named Commander Vtlantic Area I.OKDON, April 4. The Brltlih section Of 'he 27th Commonwealth Infantry Brigade which arrived in Korea lit Alig. M relieved soon, war Minister John Stmchev announced Tuesday in ihe House ot Cemmnns The Brigade originally consist-' ed of a battalion each from the Middlesex Regiment and the Argyll ami Sutherland Highlanders. An Australian battalion Joined It in October, and the Prin cess Patricia's ( anodian Light Infantry m February. Straehey •Bid Hie Brigade had distinguished it all In Mtlon, and the British units had spent seven months almost continuous!] m the Um The 20th British Brigade iT'iv ed In Korcji lust November mul Straehey laid there arc no plans yet to re lieve it POPE PIUS X FOR BEATIFICATION VATICAN CITY. April 4. Pope Pius X, who "died of a Dfokan heart" 19 days after the cutbrcak of World War I which to prevent, will be beat!tied on June 3, the Vntican announced today. m ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica, the first step to sainthood will be performed by Pope Pius XII The present Pontiff and his Con grcgation of Kites have already approved the two requisite miracles for the beatification of PI X. who was 79 when he died after an II years reign. His miracles were the curing rt two nuns suffering from malignant growth*, One died in 1939 but the other is still alive and U expected to attend the beatification service —Reuter. We Face The Risks Says Morrison LONDON, Apnl 4 Herbert Morrison. British Foreign Secretary tonight pledged continued unity with the British Empire, the European community and the United States Speaking at a banquet given by the Lord Mayor of I^mdon. Morrison said l.'>nd*ni was the seat of a government "which has close arid individual links with many capitals and many governments acraaa. the 1-ondon was in a special senae the centre of the Commonwealth. "We are also here the neighbours of western Europe", Mi Morrison continued "As neighbours do, we shore much of the same background and as neighl>ours do, we have to face many nsk* together and shall be ready if needed, tn race them again We in this country are proud of what our membership implies 'We are also united for all the world to see by many close and special ties of language culture and political traditions In the United States of America." WALTERS—10.50 prn Mi Morrison said Britain'* relationship* with the Empire. Wealcm Europe and the United States "necessarily influence to a large extent" British foreign policv. The North Atlantic Treaty he regard*] as the blending together of all these elements. Addressing the many foreign diplomats present he added These ate not exclusive relationships. We believe thai inlernaItlonal co-operation can flourish despite differences of political systems %  —Renter. missions with British Government delegates". Cuba, it has been reported wants to sell Britain one ami a halt million tons of sugar in the. next three years and to obtain a market in this country for cigar*. grapefruit and pineapple: Recent reports that talks between Britain and America have not resulted in a sei ions breakdown in imperial preferences, has been taken as a good omen by Colonial interests here Britain a stand has done much to "kill" the suggestion that Cuba's bid for British market was Amri leanbacked and would therefore re%  e favourable consideration. Meanwhile it is understood that negotiations between Australian and British Governments are now proceeding with particular refert to Britain's future sugar commitments. The Australian Government it iunderstood, has %  ready officially protested to the Canadian Government at that country's reported , tulks and Mr Remnant. Conservative is seekiin for an assurance that no agreement will be signed with Cuba until it has received the approval ot Parliament. -.'VMMI \MII \SS \IIOtl IX MIX TUT. DUKE OF PRIMO DC B1VFRA in England TbDak. • %  •• "'•' *P Bta.ee #>rly i i T GRENADA LOST £195,000 W CftOP DAMAGES House Of thmmons To hi LONDON. Apnl \ THOMAS COOK. ParUamentar) Undei Sen I the Colonies, itt a statement on the gHuation in QrenadA said that no incidents ha:l hwn reported by Ihr Qt since the statement in the House On Mirth 11 Ratumptioi of work was delayed at Plaisamv and Mount H IT I iCgotlalloTi^ pio Kohert Adams Imlieted Voice Of America Grant Cut 90* WASHINGTON, April 4. The Appropriations Sub-COnV ii'ittee of the House ol Representatives Mas cut by over lu'. Preatdent Truman's request fo t $91MMW to strengthen and expand the radio Vnire of tmi.lcj The Valce of Amerlcs is a State Department radio propaganda Tvico to foreign count! lag The six-man Sub-Committee sallowed money requested by the President to start work immediately on four high-powered short wave stations in the United States and nine oversea* medium RgM relay stations. Suti-Commit tee members said they were not satisfied with plans for operating proposed new stations —Ranter. French Take Three Posts U.K. GOVT. STOCKS UP LONDON. April Brllijh Government stocks rose by u quarter to half point in the London Stock Exchange loduy. following the Government's economic survey of 1951 predicting a "harsh" year. Other domestic stocks were marked slightly lower al the outset, but later recovered in the absence of selling pressure Oenarally uie survt) was received ciilmly. It did. however, cause some switrhing of interest from homt to overseas stocks. Rubbers moved higher, aided by bSl Malacca rubber dividend of 25 pet •rent for the year against seven and a hair per cent, ami there w&s a firm tone to oils. Foreign bonds were in.iLiil. steady. Selected gold shares ware in demand and coppers recovered from dullness resulting from fears that troubles in Northern Rhodesia might *|iread. R>u!rr In • %  (IIIIK locally, I oo not wish add anything to previous stut.RieWbj in tti-> Hou-e about srVsnVa n flreiada. I regret u> gat damaaaa and k**e in respect to cops are re piiled tioru wine 8u eauitos. ;tal total estimate* .immuttin/. to fl6.uO0 hi addition clama*by aion to Government proper %  > %  uted at t300 and i • private property at p 9,700 Cook added that some citlsani with wireless experience greatly assisted poli'e during the strike Hi M.ritnn (ijibmir) asked. Is the Minister aware of the economic condition*in Grenad: which are perfectly disgraceful, and will yOU %  * tfl it that in future thoui* quick mad available as soon as an Induslnil or agricultural dispute h;i i \v'i have now i tl tin-. Wages Council m I and hope ):>- it results will tORM from lla etlcrts" Renter. LONDON. April 4 Tnc North Atlantic Treaty Iwputiof.' Council today approver the jppo.nimrnt cf United StateAdmiral R Fcehteler as Supremi <'crnmander Atlantic Ocean area. HANO i KDO _cillNA. April 4 it was belleved in usually well InFrench forc ^ n)t bacR to dnv formed quarters. on the vital Tonkin delta area of The decision wag being eonIndo chlna „, report indicated veyed to President Truman invit| hBt the nr ,t phase of the Vieting him to approach Admiral Fechmlnn (,'ommunist rebel ofTensive teler and member governments of i, un ched last week had failed. A the Atlantic Pat-t Organlsat was understood A formal statement might be made tomorrow or i be followed immediately liv *n announcement by Admiial Fcehteler naming his own MgW Cc m manners.—Real er. MURDERER HAMil 1> i Prom Our Own r-m ST. KITTS. April 4 Robert Can Antiguaii. who murdered Polio &f r II. n-ie fils inorm iiR STABBED Twenty-year-old Ne I I lyn of Greenfield. Si MUO.M-1 nlttad to the General IIos%  stab wounds The Police are makstrong French mobile force advancing through rugged mountains on the two mile front reoccupied three French outposts in the Tonkin delta bridgehead, reliable French military sources stated. .* %  / -Reuter STUDENTS WARNED MAI);:..) April 4 il ind chemistry students v hi returned to their classroom 1 in University City toda' kfttt twn-day strike found notices warning them that any further strike would loot ;hem their June terms vould not be admit!' until September, the rotiees said Ii, future sliidentorbuld hav ATTLEE WILL HE DETAINED IXJNDON, April 4 British Prime Minister Clement Attlee who is suffering from a duodenal ulcer, must remain ir. hospital "for a further period." hidoctors said today In a bulletin on the Premier'* ondltion. Doctors W. Fergu^scir Hannay and Professor G W. Pi. k Ing said the Prime Minister duo denal ulcer ii responding slowly to treatment. "In our opinion it III be necessary for Attlee to remain In hospital for a further period to enable his ulcer to heal i nimatilj" ** Attlee went into hospital on March 21 lat —Renter Day Of Mourning For La I'rnisi WASHINGTON. April 4 Radio stations and ni havp Joined the National Press Club In declaring a day of mourning on Friday for the Aricntiru newspaper La Pten* The Board of Governors of tin National Press Club, an organisation of 700 Washington cor respondents, voted unanimonsi %  to lower the flag ove r the rfaai Clu to half mast or Friday ITesident Carson F Lyman, said j ihr iuppression of La Pren** "representa a blow to the freedu. %  of th# press everywhere". The Washington Daily Nesvs and two radio stations would |i their flags to half mast. Bbnilai Lord RtiMell On Charge FRANKFURT. April 4 V*<' ''••! m.in in'' D.P.A. reporteo roday thai Oei mini |iolic are to RUSMH. British Deputy Advm Qaneral with violation of troflW raaulationa, August Linne Chief of Polio the Detmold dlstrn I BBnOuncod to-ituy. .ncording r DP A i %  t the authorities on inform.ti in ceived were compelled to chargd the Deputy Judge AdvocaU(i cral M'.th violation of ti lations and bodily injury. A suu.inons n the British military nuth CommufHet tn->p-i wenkilled .,r WOUItdod in Tuesday's operations ever the whole front Ami ni on %  • Igl killed '; t t least J*"> CommunMi \> itti rockets blarin ielli<' I pi Mid machine gun lire near I'vi i'n smc irt a day ol Russia Has A New Plan For liig Four PARIS April i Rueala submltled a pr> r the tint pi hfil "t it foreign Ministtrt* Confenmo I i meeting. %  f the Hi* i % %  i riere Th. %  it, .,. gi i n DOW" iresetA'Ci I Ing that it i.ti-rii aame dlmoultli I i % %  II referred the importance %  to the inrluS ML Ihe agenda of the North Atlauiu Tn-nt md In* Fit n. led thai tl* lit %  ... m pea invlslons for TrlOate Pr* Ton 11' iv :hi>iild_ie it\ CltKll 'I eatr %  f. > iBOl %  %  >Vi • l \prtl s Rnher* Aoafflg. Brltlah Outaag bbrn I i %  Ualng bai i katai bj 1 %  ilana 1 aen indictihiy < hargi I Irui :IIIK th. ivtth in%  irk %  % %  rpda} The %  i of the 140,000 I bfcokarj roobeo whloh i %  fugitivefrom Prend :-.nnst Ihr irlvii' brought %  i | r . robbed pawnsMroaion mai intarlng %  forge d documanl with tOtil pTevenl the i na Ice, Boil i harges failed Police are now iliurijing Adams tith OnveaaiK* I i bu i ctnrtng D> i Adams sprung surprise :li.I %  I Hon'ble Prank Hi Ider, Attoi diloert Pai nta i. M %  Blllj %  %  i Ii Ruperlntandi Assistant i SUM rlntendenl and Bub Inapei i -i .-, •pinng to defeat the %  tOag Qraveaande not to give i <; i i %  %  : Mcept HoidOl % %  CUI IJ R diem .-f iilteniptinu In i|i--uaili him hv threats. I" OOlTUpl '"in gWini evideno in %  I %  i iraveaande veraw evidODM today In apptlea%  %  n Pi Itritain Protests Antarctic IksseIXJNDON. Aiml Mi itgln h protested u> CnlU i p i.f ,i third Chll P %  i %  : bind m Ihe Brill ii Poretgn Bacretar) Herberl Mcertaon announce i galtj In anawer to i rlouat "i ComMnli-I In Santiago had del rormal iirotest agalnal ''hile'* llntnin would glao prataat Ui Argentina if urgent Press reports %  >! the estanllanmeni ot anothei Argentina base on the Palkland i I : i roiitlrmed InftMii fteamlsh (Conaakad Il the Foreign Si I t etui \ < • %  nt' iiipi.itim: t.iking gi Uofl othi'i than ihut of ending •• r* ow protei I 11 ni %  • %  • nonttu %  livlty The MM ;iii force lightI I Sown D ore than two efiei u ti batcae mink la-dft) pive lank*, one bulldoaer .md M4 lorries were destrovrrt and 94 call-\ truekl di-'invrd Of damaged. —Keoirr French Minister Resigns Office I'AHIS. April 4 Mini tt i ( i • i. Uitterand reaigned | ,i etrtual rot n v is aim reported to neve aeen < '.-.i.iv < ini iii-'i .II eordlng to the %  i %  i i Vico-Cnanesiloi of Australia's Natli %  i <•. N. A| M.-i if Parlinn n n be al I u get to i--d early, Conaarvaltvi liCader Winston C'huf.l^ last night. lie %  uaaeatad thai Oos %  ihould work out %  %  ing Conservative grlevanc uut the late nighl have kept Parliament past midnighl for the last mon i Since before Caster, thi C servativea have pressed nightlv notion asking for annulrl minor items of do latloo. Ah .i reeuli Parli %  lans have been burninv | rnldnlatii "ii i.iteh CPI Reject Prates! iiKniftAn*: TO I %  B l %  In n note to the Hungarian Government Yugi the lluncai in chai —Reuaw



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    THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE TI1KKK The Radio Roosevelts Pull in the Ads. j By FREDERICK COOK NEW YORK. Out or a tiny, cluttered studio in a skyscraper hotel, mopping her forehead, stepped the pretty ex-atcretary wife of New York'. Mayor. Mr Vincent lmpelletteri The nervou* little man who had l*en waiting half-an-hour for the door to open cave ,-i last tuv M hi* tie, popped in and took hi rent opposite Mm. Eleanor ltoosevclt and the three microphones Ten seconds later he WK being introduced. "I have with me today a man I'm sure you all know the former Prime Minister oi France How do you do, Mr. Paul Keynaud?" The recording machine in the minute clothe* cupboard Just off the studio had stopped spinning only long enough for a fast switch of discs. Mrs lmpelletteri and M. Xeyruu4 were the latest in o long parade of notables and plain. anonymous men-in-thc—street and their wives—to have made unrehearsed appearances over a 43-miniftoi five-days—a-week broadcast which ha* won its place in a few months against fierce competition as one of the top radio features in the United States thai Fleanor Roosevelt Programme. SIX OF F.D.R. Bart la\ Bank Bin l.amolir IIOIIMST UEoMsaVS, April •* H loriMrb housing the Anglican Hi^h School, ha* hern sold In Barrlav* Bank ( DC & 0 I £ 10.00(1 Next door to the present bank building. ih' two premises will i %  BMTfSM tula S single architectural whSJlS ljunoile House was the prol*rtat the St George's Anglican Church, having been bought •go as a means of support of parish work. The St George's Parish Council, however, i mggiggj .i generous loan at s km rate of IntstMl U the Wand Church Council towards impleii. h I I OOl project Failirr. the Parish CSUN I] %  lot of glclte Hi Paddock with QOVM mncul lot another l"t at Tanteen on wlu.h thr school tl to be erected The Islaiwl Council has other funds in hand pH ICM BChfol but will still neeil i r..ooo not*, It ilikrlv that the new school ,v i 1 I.-Lifted h\ Si-'. Communiii %  •( aeauj the Good Phe Molhet Supi rloi ft* %  WIFE OF BRITISH CONSUL GETS DIVORCE UONDOM, Apnl 'iii .i i linslian artfe %  < I the British Consul at Santo*, Bistil, was granted a decree nisi with costs and i %  children B Court todav OUdoyn Chi I A as allsged to have commuted adultery at a Loncl-n lv UK before returning to Itrazll early named in 1*46 Rrutrr APPOINTED PERSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER : Kl I 4 the Adullah Entei Diplomat* MsaskHl in Germany, lias Foreign Mmi-.tr. in llui A Khan* Cabinet, it was onnouseoo tortav Ala Khan helped the pet himself Abdullah Rnteiam's biuthr i •> unn ,s PaffaVB Nations. —Renter. 65 ': X&b cat out of the bag about the thai* late teuton* bar being open during LONDON. 1'hs Man from L\opiP had a word .'or it. A word. I mean Into the studio (decorated with rix pictures of the late president, three of Mrs Roosevelt and one of the Grosvenor Square Memorial to FDR) have troops*. Gertrude Lawrence. Taliula.i Bankhcad ami Helen Hayes tc, f 0 ~ a „ lhc uibulat. %  alk aboiit the theatre illaild Welfare State: out worries %  p ar d Charles has given the abmit tnp Me „ r All|lo lv „ Mr lowdown on bourne from the ro„,, abom K|e> pl nnd fctt MOin aEX *l U w ., K rc,,fasc •** > rar for *>>* Ambassador Warren Austin has. | nor< would appear to be thundered against Vishiiuky. „,, quid pro ^o worrf^ Denise Darccll and the distinguished Bob Sherwood have disNEWS FROM BRITAIN nber ItVlIIOYC Communists From Heligoland the cussed their differing aspects of show business. Sir Senegal Rau and Sir Gladwyn JcbU have spoken on world affairs. Movie stars, authors, scientist.' have contributed something at first hand in response to the rater-sharp questioning of the tall. UralaM Hrg. Rievelt, just voted by a number of net .ulmiiors "the Greatest Living Woman in the World In trying to account for the smash-hit success of a project they had laughed off as a certain failure. America's radio pundit" now sny "the secret lies in thi uict that the voice is the voice of Kleanor. but the hand is the h:ind „1 FM.oit" Elliott Roosevelt. KDR's tall husky second son. officially boss of the show as president of Roosevelt and Jones Inc. (which records the programme complete with advertising, and hells It as a ready-for-ths-air "package" tc the studio) finds the talent. rounds it up and presents it his mother for her expert dissection. Behind his easy-going nonchalance there lurks a keen instinct for the man or woman who is news at the moment and a sharp business ability to sew them up before a rival gets '•'• chance. Mrs. Roosevelt herself Is not above taking a small part in th> inescapable commercial operation without which, under the Amer can radio system, no programme can survive, or even get a hearbetter ing. She may murmur diffidently, idyll as a distinguished guest comes to the end of a question, "And now [ believe Elliott would like to say -. • of tho vicar', let, r bombinj practices Police hail Trinidad Wantn $12,000,000 boon] (FVum Out Own CiwTUpwiiSrnti PORT-OF-SPAIN. March SII Trinidad Is In thr quei %  ralasni ..f .< loan of %\ Mf.il.i IhC Five VY.ti l. ..rLiiiuu Development I'rogrumim. !>• i nnancUl Sawratary, tha ""'' \ R i rutatrtaon aW wt have the leave "I lha Crvm o handle all I Issues to place the loan nn the lndon market at IkM ahle time' he Bald He further stated, that in view 0l the leccni 514.41H).W1 Nnrlhern Rhodesia loan, hi* guess Wai ttiai %  I wuuld \t BStne month'. i>ef.n. the Trmnl.nl loan COUld I • But, he also i.ddrd. that would not hold U|> like programme at I HI THE .MARCH (IF THE niiiiii(i\ needed pel •teularll celebrate the International to-day Women's Day. A colleague who because distant as the Government would •" tnem at a Press giiUiern . prefer it to be"" eU mc ,ne v UIV charming, in>he mud trlligent. sinceie women. But concerns the electorate We're hi 3 'lallspiir' That ,t ,n *' r •• vlew lls myopieaily. found themselves compelled • %  > g "-"%  —'*— black or white t.> Members of Parliament tburn through bricadc> arhioh WWW %  • % %  i***'.*^lJ#. Al'd^. .1 I any rate, is how the author of th,n '* %  *• the recently published "Retum from Utopia," Conscn-atlve M.P. Richard I-aw. summed it up ihen talking to the Society fo> Individual Freedom at Us'lOlst fjcliaht esteemrd women guests fwa^ with Everything—to them at home is tnara ,.i good, everything in the to M mv Id is bad They evldsjnti -mmuni't youths had erected ... .... arowih ' the u, t ,. Ilind B (or mer air sbeltei and what he termed Squatters have "occupi.-1 II. SJf r ^f !" m,Unatr '' %  " '* %  "' !" *M "'onths ,.. prctsst against allied bombings Ths island is to be returned %  jtrman control b\ next March, —neuter. In Mr Ede'. new situation requiring %  .I;;,!..I luncheon in London recently. likened the Welfare State to at aeroplane in a tailspin. But while he thinks other countries attempting this dangerous administration" find it difficult t< 'straighten out" for Britain British peace! t-ith surprise 1..-1H. re. In B.C. Goveriiur \-k -: "*o Prolett AgainBt Cuban Sugar Deal GE*JRGK'11>WN. B i Th. Manpjaarei CUlgai \ ciatioi: uf Trade Unions, rep" 1 Bentbij a vast majorn) ol %  rorke in hUMah Guiana*ami BI Industi'. today i-equ.ie,i Qoi ernor Su Ch,i \ l The nativ, temperament (if to her traditions Thev Touiid echo week's debate in anxiety to upthe these Isles, in his view, will be In last week's debate in th* hold the position of the Chair. CotOna equal to the situation. A cheerCommons on the prhnt facie Mt %  •( privilege to consider. The not Britain is in a motion fur sending the mutter t< consequence of all the the Committee of Privileges wa conflicting, eddies of this modern perfectly in order but both side age. she is still clinging (ervcntl; "( the House were at one in thi: Sentence*! To frie. i ra I.harrying tactics of those impet lous. Impatient Tories. Much to dwell surely on the of a Tory and Social) t" the amusement of the Ea--t-i IK imav crowds in Regents Park No longer baby Brumas, by the way; I'm informed she is a hi* girl now and hopeful of beatbiK last year's record of adding over (40.000 to the Zoo's takings. "Iron Curtain" Ladies. of Stale (or ihelli nrtest %  Govennncnt -g-m i the nigtiliig or con. lUFimi oi a sugar purchase i i i with Cuba which wuul i iidvrtheh affect ngu] pro the formers Bishop In opposing Whatever the outcome rt f Hie ducihg COtdolaa a motion by a Labour M.P. that squabblw lielwcen the GovernBnUah Guiaiu. Suftl pBD the matter be remitted lor conmrnt and the OpiMmition o\-er the duters' Association i; also pro sideraUon of the Commons Comhitter's tactics in regard to the testing. "L'M 4 *' *; f P ^ ,VI ** 1 M Clui r UB0 of "i'yw." leading to the The rormer ranundi Hi chill and other Opposiiion speaktorment of all-night sittings in Maj'sty'Government that er warned against deviating the House latelv. It is likely that g,ra< trading nation and trustee of hemc. irom a principle that t had stood the full pressure of the Tones t. th, British colordi it eOAIMM Bl iiearl> ;'.'i(i yens lirlog down the Government gfC On • rlghtb d' was recalled that in be reserved f..r the Budget dehuviness with other nations .,.,, bates next month Much will delurj to the IH-V inlerest of such pend on the constituency renrtinn. colonies held In %  ... red trust. iiiitcd by the Parties over the Furthermore, su h action woulo -ter recess. Liberal and he construeil by Colonials to Labour quarters are keen te mean complete dV regard by tin 'Ugges* th.it the harassing IT.MUni h Sin-ialist Government of IU of the Tone* have gone to-, far mnr.il and contractual obligali and are already alienating suptOWBrdl them. port that the Tones had built up The M P C A. therefore n the New Year The GaNur raapeetfuil) bag to anUr and Inn>st forgotten sun shines agal frrm the long winter of abnonnal rain* and that there has been even enough coal around to allow cur nationalised railway to run juat as many holidays trains a* in former Easters. To follow the Utopian It would be pleasant at present the test to banish from these notes ah usage. It thoughts of international crises, that bygone age. the House had or of the "night starvation" atwithstood attempts to extend 0 tacking our friends at Westminprivileges of Ma owadays as a r a auit of the YOU REMEMBER . "You remember. Mother." he will say. "the other day when we were driving home to Hyde Park and one of the children suddenly cried out that there was a great big bird in the sky. And so there was. a huge blimp advertising So-and-so's orange juice." Or "I remember, Mother, years and years ago you used to five those Blank and Co. radio sets i< r .Christmas presents. They were the best then, as they still are." There has been some criticism h. re among the columnists and commentators who like nothing Utter than to attach ;.nvrne licaring the Roosevelt name. Elliott and his mother shrug that off. "You always get carping critici." says Elliott, propte who sneer thai it's nothing but money making operation. B Mother now has a real feeling of .-(.lid achievement. Look at the bMnsorn Sponsors are a < Men of success." WORLD COPYRIGHT RE&UtVU) LE.S. POCKET CARTOON ey OSBERT LANCASTI R Even better antidote, and n means of helping the coffers of British Railways or some other form of our nationalised transport, would be to go to Scotland and join Scotland Yard in the hunt that's waxing hot again for the Stone of Scone. Those too oncerned about the holiday aspect of the chase, however, have fair warning that Scotland Yard men have shown no scruples about wakening the victims of their Interrogations in the tv cold light of dawn in the remote fastnesses of these Scottish Highlands. In seeking a tourist attraction in succession to the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster, the Scots might he aa well to curb the enthusiasm fot dawn patrol*. You realise tne aancr. Fllebract? Noa thul ihe TAJ.C. ft tottno ocer the T'tasu'u end ne'er qitcn bf> %  tartnir a Forefen Poltcv. very loon pfojM* are eofno to Bturt laving. 'It thr On; .vrrfnr really acei*rt '" retinil its BoteniB and lit pi steal—eu apin-opriate to reciill Lloyd s trci production HIKIVC the OH Georges famous land budget oi limit of ll.100.00h tons u year IftOv. The Hou>e then sat through provided the surplus was devoted night after night—without any to western rearmament III. foi Miircy, !-• It noted. And —Rrutrr the Labour Members of today — %  have yet to experience such a BUS STOLEN BMp-dit km I %  that when ROMS, April 3 Tories were hidden in the dun|\, 1C c ware to-dh) geons and bathroom* of ParilaPullman bus stolen from a square ment and also in St. Stephens in the centre of Rome. • ..dy to rush into the lobby The theft was reported by the when the division bells rang. The JW n< r of the bu wmch had'been secret door Ihrouth which thi used to take -klers from Romi lk-hatt.st. tail-coated Tories b. -> nearb< M-->I! Rrule Club on that liomh On Lint Welcoming the reappearance ol bament In a division ii J'' the Stone of Scone in the head M,mL.M wen fre. J" J ]"• • lines, a^ a change from ^uch conscience— Ihe Whips .were off J" %  '"'.' *"'" ." subjects as Mr. Gromyko and -the Hot-e endorsed lha -' ''\ L J^nm^ih-i, SS & S -*" *• : is s: JSJM K wrs-vr" r*": ... -— . ,, I keeping -. fan. carrying Italian Preski! %  mi the numbers of Kinaudi to Naplispecial prizes offered by the that there will be pnihsi'i ll '""' i""""' pa ""' M lniatp of the IWerlot Scottish Tourist Board—Lord gumenu nver the qui (Wftaff ossnassi perlnd^ ro) nssl — aienter. Festival, please note! modern relationship in-tween PORT Of SPAIN. Man b I) si-mi noa ol death was passed H da Suva, -13. ..1 Marayjl. Trinidad by III Justice Humil l.n after a jury in the Fif' |.i; ol Spam Court found him guilty of tluiiiurdei of Rofaerl Chan, ihop and parloui Baatpsi ol S ..Idle lfoad. Maraval. H's son Adrian de Sllva. 20. who WM i anp i with him was Bcqulttod, Bel sentence of death WSJI i | him Hern v de BuVB %  ."i i absDluiais nothing abOUl tne ail. I have been f i .niiiil and there l| a Oori above who knows btot I know nothing about The CrOWtl alleged that Uv :her and BOD acted in consort tii rassberj aa Uv motive i' i man was atUcked and killed. The wife of the victim who was BlOO rccogniscil hei assailant Lei yinir Ilal'V, loo, join this joyous corrrpany and murch lo Hcallh und llappinc^ on tow A <;\ii Irom all 0H thi world llu'y come — a growing army saxed fmm sickness and disease — sometimes saved Inun desth And happy Mothers everywhere arc saying: — There is nothing quite like this Food — there U nothing H K"<1 w, cn natural (ceding raUs." COW & GATE -3*gF0 0D o/ R0 :'.\i liABIKS IVt'LK. J'CA WILL BUY MORE CARRIACOU CX)TTON ST (iFORCKS. March :i) Negirfi:itnm.-. Ii.iiiIn'eti -in I-C.S fuiiv antarad here between Gov ment and repreai the Jamaica KIUMIIIK Mill (M higher imrehaset of Oantacn cotton in the near (Uttira I pl\ to the Harlmd.' Knitting an' Spinning Company whioh l^ no* ibsldlary 'if the totBM i BOB There is also a strong like llhood of Grenada itsell going it otto iihivi.tii TRINIDAD EXPECTS RECORD COCOA CROP PORT Of SPAIN, March II Trinidad I < -i < i < piodun an all-time recwd COCOB CNO thi yeai .r 20.000.000 lbs., a prosnl nent agriculturist told He said ii.ni the earL rah U U rear hnd adveiseh afic.tui most| porta of TobagO and the Northern j Mange of the Island. TO-DAY S NEWS FLASH llYum-Sfiil l.aiiiit Slitla>at livcrything conm really clean when you use Kinso. Its rich hard-workina; suds case the din out, leaving whites 10 much whiter, and colourcds so much brighter. For better, easier washing, always use thorough, gentle Rinso. RINSOforqll your wash! SHBBBM HOSE—'.and V GARDEN HOSE nTTlNC.S GARDEN SHEARS TRCCK JACKS oaan CANVAS— •••• FRICTION TAPE PLASTIC LEATHER CLOTH M'MBER PLATES A DIGITS TUBE VALVES—Truck and Car COURTESY ROBERT THOM. LTD. I I I I IJCKNCE HOLDERS RUBBER MATTING REAR VIEW MIRRORS WINDSCREEN WIPERS (Vacuum) COOL CUSHION GAS TANK LOCKS (Eni;li>h and Ann-ricaii Cars) HAND SOAP CHROME CLEANER THE NEW MILK DRINK GARAGE While Park Rd. — Dial 4391 Maralun HAS s&fa/mMff Mtn'Ts It purr? i iatrr odBt H .rotxfcrfBl M fls ot iiigar—tad If 1 gsgsfsiiirresi nwJ H de .; %  '( km m*l 1.14 t %  DOIT — ss 'ii*ii •hou' bcil-uin A IOVR1L QUALITY PRODUCT NO NEED TO AOD MILK OR SUGAR •0* i I601 TINi



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    TlH'RsniV. AIMJII. L IMI I1ARI1 WMK AHVlli \i I r.\r.i II.VI:N CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLCPHOMI 2S0t T*e charge Mr iw-n-t, BerUi*. Uarr !*•>.. Death*. MptrW. and In Mcmoriam aa* I InB^C %  B i .'or Birth t. Marriage 01 •rrouncMimU in Cartb CHHrj the rnaige MUM lor any number o( word. tip to M and • rente par arord Cor a .ch %  ddlllonal ward Term, ca-h. PI O-ie ISM between a and p m JIU lor Dnla Netieee oily after t pro(iOVERNMEH NOTIfF. POST OK ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OK PI'BIJI' WORKS. ST VINCENT, B W 1 IM IM M MIIKIS In ceatt pe. route MM „ aprefc-elea/e *••* il cenre pe* ek)tr i on laaJUvi. ' %  %  cBarpr11 . %  •*•*-*.* and 11 M 1 JiiadCtf*. fttr that ....I I ,\| thr ho.Ins. QHr*i APPLICATIONS are invited I prtw for the vacant post of Assistant J*j Superintentteiit of. Public Works. St. Vincent. B.W.I. The salary of the past in in the scale of $1,920 pet annum mi rig by annual increment?; of $9fi to $24O0 per annum. The post is pensionable. A cost of living allowance at the rate of $190 20 per annum, or ,il Mich OttMl rBtl as may be prescribed from Ultra 10 mm. is payable. A transport Mlouiituo at the rate *f $430 per annum, to which a temporary increase of Mil has been added. is also paid. Applicants should have a workin** knowledge of the planning, eitimiillng. setting out and con%  oruciion of biuwiiigi, inidgi-. roads and waterworks ami IMI maintenance. Previous experience in I Public Works Department or with a reputable llrm of contractors-and experience m the Bold organisation of works and labour will be taken into aecouni Applications must be addressed to the Administrator, Government Office. St. Vincent. B.W ... and should reach HOT lof.-r Mian I5r'i Afoif. 1851. Each applicant shnulrl itOtC how soon it would be DM him, if selected, to Uike up appointment. Government Office. St. Vincent, B W I. 31st March, 1951. 5 4 M-3n NOTICE BTF II tlTION — r A Ms II OF ST. ANDBBW %  UtBADOa I V -Jv* none, to .|, „. of Member* „i ,h> General a—.aj. a— Ota FPU of St An,-.. t M the CU*Ik-,.will „„,.,,. irtwar,, thr bl... Of I and S orlcr. m tnr n.ocnl'g on i*M H The HaJI R*1* P | Andrew And ' • v*4a to meet __J the., h*lec of 01 1 <; i .,for the il of Ihia plaia and pn.|M a.il n of lhlr relate. unlc* a qmrrd for thr daterminatio.i which ea*e aurh 1' he pbr* or placra appctWUd icli,* lartw -4 I iMrfl aTMatfaya. Al TOMOTIVE %  im % %  ... ^iiu. PI'HI-IC SALES ffaa WAXTIU %  rail pre at"lle tia* ea ireli-d-„, M mil i.aj crnae p* aonie It-e o* *a. n a>a. wnede 1 rrnia I*" i4'M II M on .ere dapa word REAL ESTATE CArls V-* > .. One IP41 Dmlar Car. IsaatMna u> pru : MMOAMT-j Mm onanii 3 bed trt M S 1SJ 11 I I IIEIJ* n &M t nmn p^S %  rail al _.. **ai Ya. diamond 1***1 aareart Ban SnenVId 1't.i. %  ail al C>KlllNUa3. ad< Mn*t. nn !>, Way ll"i Apffl J i"1 ii.-T.r.N : ... .1 1 land IhU 3*|h alo^ 1 IMI %  Ha 3D1h l. live Parfa* nf ft And.ev. In ihe General AMemol. of ihia ll.„ a And 1 hrreby further ive nolict in.i IR the (A-enl nf a poll betnr required In. %  he delermlruillon of the aald FJrrUo-i I Diminted for lha aald purpoir |he lierelnafier ipeellfd. • Polllna St.tIon No 1 %  BehOOl ri.-Meplalftc TUB :.-ORTH WINCi For the UM nf all per•on. whoaa aurname* brflln till. Ihuiieri A ic 1 katl Mallon No. iti — The f\U f"i-"> place. MOTOR CYCt-r ValoeatM Motor I ELF.CTKICAL ONAN Lithlln* Plant. |i-|s oj ta ampa. 4O0 walli. with lamp, and \ llarnea A Co. Lid. TrtrpFapne. L>d m S' %  na.e. ic "Untatwoa LUL ^I .(. enr. Ri,a.*, (, rj .^. "**.*., "*•"' "'" • -"> '<" %  our ''Jice. J.in*, SC-eet. ci Kr.d-i> Clh Apr" >l I Van O I, W CIAtlKF A CO. Bobntarf :u 1 51 OM HKMTIKE M V rarh. K-lpi, bea 1 \ %  %  pi... I %  (lock of ffood fornltuie Ali 1 i.h l>l •I 83 Tl each -rilh *r'H ind H—kcm S3 ov each At %  4 4 31—3n. MECHANICAL I AJUUD Herrule.. Sll CO, LTD. Blcvrlca by %  UU4B .>. aJ*i-u. "TM-I.WKlTni, IV rl.,t. ORIENTAL SOI'VENTRS. (TRIOS, JEWELS New Shipment ope> -d THANTS itr ADVERTISE in the EVENING ADVOCATE The Allevn!k-hnol llellapl..: e TUB SOITIl WINO In, i-ve UM M all pa*..,, ,' whoar _aurname besin with iaftSl NOTICE ruHTAIN FtTTIMO: dow Myllna. light con aAlSM.r' •atedi NOTICE 1% IIFKHiy QIVBN thflt all pcraoiu having .,,adbi^or claims .lainrt thr EaUle of Hush Clarence Clarke, deceaaed lala of Harl'i Gap, m the pa.Ml. of CI..1.1 t'huich In thla l.Uni -ho died on I ^tert 1 nil li Medmenliain' PO SALE bv POBUC COa* PL-ITH N al i.ap to inrnT A,ml Mil IMI. ..I JOHN M I1I.ADONS OmCtK, Pl.ANT.v. TIONS nt'lLDIN*. M. ..!„... ll<>. riUl i..rf pocioua and raH pro.1 %  ... %  room.. 4 bail dnaiini roo fi-'Se. fernery, poultry hoo"' .l.n. ..no £ laid oui with aranw, Itaairtlni •Jituba and flown s.irdeni Tn whole p.opciiy h~* a pleasant rhsrajcHl Ivptral of .ome of l>w i.ldrr aitablUhrtt home. In tni.-.!i,.,vr J.iea. Suitable for con VerMOIt Into 'lau with auMOe'l BMrUM of o wporale In. ualow. Sill parttriiUri nnd cnnditlnm >•' le may be nhuli.ed from ihe %  oiirllora, Mer* Taan P-nyi-e. Jamo* Slicel. or lh# Ai-'tloneer. John M DTlon Plantation! Dnildlna |oi...SLIIi........ A F S F V A REAL ESTATE JOHN hi. UL4DON A.F.S., r.v A. Representative : '.1 1: M I' HOOII FOR SALE ii/,t(H>ia MII. I Nearlv 7 ocrei ..f IhU d**-.-] prmierl 11 oflr. ~l fur wil* al i-eiv reaaonable fifiiie li I aajaaa aren 1 iia handaome j. ii ni H h street. %  riaaaiowB, .>., or i>-fore the Stli day of May. IMI. nflewhich dule 1 aha'l proceed In di-iillmt. .1.,-tj.rd amonf Ihe 1 Dad iheieto hivlna reaart only to inch clalmn of which I •hall t have had notice and I will not b* lr I lor the aaacta or any part thereof diatnhiited to any peraon of whrnw detil I or claim I ihaU no* Uien have And all peraon* Indebted tn the t*M ilate are icqueilvd In petllc Ihclr ui ndobiedneaa wititoui Dntrd Una 3Tth dny of Febru.r--. >i T T IIFAIH.LV. Quallilril Admnn-lratnr of Ihe Ealato 1 ltuh C'liiioce Clark. %  I NOTICE *ll Tl .11. I III \-t< limns \i (,IM Nirra-f IL.,,.,!:. 1 .,,,,1 Tenth HrrttnB o( Soclcl. I Onkd r-' kwiUi plat >rida>'. 3fNh Apnl ItM |>>np<.-p IVtnB f'Om Hrpnrt on ttu II N T MAM mil nur. AtaHH lATeO NOTICE Till". U I %  I "f the Wa %  %  -i.icii will be tn* April S. 1*81. %  Mr. All: M A -I U St. Mary. Boy*' Srhnni I Hall Street, al B and the rei;e...l i.irtHK tin k de : lon% 1 lo.niuhl. MISCELLANEOUS BATHS In Porcalain r. .,-nei. m Whilo. Urees, riimiM wllh iivaKhm t %  I.IU to -, mphHe rolour .t>n*. Top — A; UAjawca *. Co.. Lid ^ Ml HI Ifn MACAZIS'B* M limited LTD. %  Cjclf Bailer I e. !arae Dial *.TB1 31 1 II . VENETIAN BUNDS. Klrach S'.p-airo all metal Orl.u., VatMllaB blind*, to yoi%  ire. de'uerv 3 week* Dl-I U.A A BAJtNEA A Co. Lid •VOODWot I .) H\ Swed TAKE NOTICE KLAXON BJtAL ktOTOM %  Delaware. I'mlnl State* of AjrartM. -i>. whooe iradr at i> i.in> li. • A KB! .iiipllid IO. the rr-niatrallon of \ 04 Reiililer In reapecl of nmn I Iwem and alarm*. Utini. araj 1 Buaa H.11 croaa Road. ...-.,. Part r...i.ina eve.al pUpam Now. >o„ (in tai, l-r ue. ... >ou c, crwiTl .ame 'f %  -.w I* In lo.h WfUl Mr Hn.nr at )M1rhl*.m A Ban Held* Ofha-e AUCTION tMMKDIATi: CAIH fo. broken Jawrl*',' *i d ""•* %  • •"* % %  Brtniaturae ade. maj i.-Li.fc FRS*i A Co 11,1 11,,1, Htreri I ** M-M I -.. ""-"TBD TO IIKt %  I WANTID Ei.K.i.n couple Baarntial n-^.m %  I-" |ood bedio. -nltatio %  'trie tniht. trlepKonr. and %  i-oderate raa4 lor tBM h aw NO a, AAI-V r 3 • H an TAKE NOTICE 0LDSM0BILE rOII HEXT %  HOUSRS % %  • % %  i RlacH H .* 1 >T rurnwhod. Blue %  J RBk| M.c C VBraai Wal.L. -1* rodern rwnvci. Id.-e. avaiUbM immed ale^. unfurnur^d Apple Ralp* leard Phone-aaa or Sm > I la .May July. Ocla*-.. No,, kcemhrr DUI 3BM. j 4 | 1 „ KVOBtum, 1..1 Awaaaaa, roan Mai l.t App, %  lo View %  4J1 Id, LUT A 1 01 MI LOST : -I. and m.i.1 all'! ,<*., | .,( intereat. Tarmt CASH D'Arry A (%  oil, AiHtlonra. 3I*I 4. ...u v ftrti„*vr u ^ d h „ add,*., i. Weal Orand Boi ', Avenur, Oetmit. gu>i* „f UVMfi USA ha. apph.,1 iradc mark m p.,t "A" al n I BUI I %  leapect of tr.irtapnitalK.il %  il kind*. ...-.., l>ilea and truck, of all ktndi Haaaaa Bar molar drfi i %  iO BUT— orie* of iimlur <|i I .t.m-l c.mbuMi,,., ajaj iKr.eol and arceaaa* lea Uwrct i -mo apparalu.. and will be n-> K'i*ter thr aamr alter one man lha tih d... of April IUI. "Hie ramiii aholl In the i %  LlQl'OR I Hi \M NOTICK The appliratmn of Joarph Bpchnlrr nf Man*. l.„.,e St Peter, the pui.h..rr 04 Laqim. LfcaraM Nn 1*3 nf IMI a -a,t. | IB Binelin* Hr-m* in reiprrt of SI. Peter and |e uw | Marl. 1 auch deatnlarU Hated thl* fut day of April ISSI iHad I JUBCPH noCHKSTU AaaUrani SYDNEY II NUfUE Eaq M ., 11*1 -F* -ppltcatton I at a Itrenilnr Court to be h> April IMI Bl II nfli 1 Police Courta. Ihitrict f. •Bad %  SYDNEY M NUKSF. i'.i-. UaajaaVata DM %  1.4.11 TAKE NOTICE 0 Ihe uinr after of Apri IMI %  imr grra 00UM me at my office of oppoi eH I lra IM, 11 Tl .i trade %  %  % %  Dated th. 31.1 dov II ltert.U.ii TAKE NOTICE NEW DEPARTURE 1 %  — THN. i aaWtna i, . U.SA. .i iraili TAKE NOTICE HARRISON M crNERAI. MATOKi roRpt.R, The 1 %  pBUeaUon ..' D-yled th. 31.1 d.n H Bi-Rl.lrai lha .. Datfolt ol 1 ol Heel", i MIrath* bcartnaj., aha tol* ai *\ all -nd pedeatal*. and pllln d With machinery •halllim and p.ta thrrroi, bull WM.UIKV. rotati Baal i. ti.in baarlntja ol * kind Journal hoKr-. brake* for cycle, an ryrle hub.: i-oaater hub., variable apard hub*: cailrr hrakrv 1*1 It; mechanHra' failan f" BBBI) U I. that rmbodv al . | thr *peed of th. o-tput power member, and will bi %  UM aame after om ihe 4th day of April ., anme peran ineanllne a* I:I, oT..ol opp-intlof ThBI GENERAL MOTORS CtlUPORAT|ON a crpafatMin u. K I I IdEnufoeture... whoaa Irade or burtrMM JdUrea. 1. H Uraml BOUfetVard A I*— Avenue. Detroit. Slate of Mirlilgan. ISA ha. n ppl|.d fnr the tealtraUoti ol %  trade mark in Pan 'A of KaBlalrr in r-^M-t nl roller bearm... ahafl bfBa •" A pede.talan.l aaUatw Mack! u*d wllh ,n.wh.ner. .h-llmraKd pan. IharMl, hall i*.nnp. roller bear inaa, antifnctlor. hearmr. o( all kind*. Journal boaea. brake* lor cy, le. *i.| cycle hub., ca.lrr hub*, variable iprid hub.: roaater br.ikea: bell*, mechanic.) BMBirai Era aptdytna motira power ••> BBB lM aaTi i-mrr unit. Ih.tt embody an electric motnr and Iranoniaalon n.rchan m lor controllma the .peed nf BM itpiil power mrmber. and will B. illlled In ieci.ier thr ppaj A|,ul Mil nlena I pai W HM I IfeHM c nt opposition at *uch rrgli The iradr mark can be aeon a application at my ornte Dated th* 31.1 dav of Mt.rch. IMI H WILLIAMS HrCl.tf.. ol Tl %  .!' .1 i.ll.lr.i .l.llcllnn TAKE NOTICE P0NTIAC TAKE NOTICE BRAL MOTOR %  I'nlted ..( \ %  W'M Qrand llaulrvard A Caw BBAa oi MiihiBan applied lor Ihe reautr-llon at %  ark in P-rt A f RetfiMc. I of elactrlral Iianefo.mcr* nip.. i.i.Mlale.1 .He jnd c-bl-. I (i.i, at "i-i""l b II. i w a 'tllle-l I, %  %  i t.i drlvrd vthlrlri and truck. o( all klndi. pn .. I.,. „,...,., aa h aati rehioti parU •cce*Buri.. of ri.,.t.,. arPntB • nal (.Kn.ni.uoi i ruiMi. parta Of and acceaanrlrpoliahmr prrp „ i apparaiua. „nd will be eniiti.i la I*. UM MM „(iei one n.oiiln from 41 h dni of Apnl IM) | peraon aTull in the irea-.i a In dupiir..lr I %  mo .( %  li-rte m.iiin I Thai OENKI'AL '"""US ctmi-on \ r-nn m nlted an' %  .1. in, law* ,,l 1 Slalaa i r An aura %  i or bn.tne. • BT< : (li %  •' ih ard A < aa* i-'i nt. SU|e o Ml-hilan '-.A hi :.! % %  ii-, IMBIIHIIlB %  iia.itmaik '.•it -A" Ol rpnepnrtatl.m el.-m.ril. re. va ,. ireMfaa of nil hindl— i..... • n .'. %  aivi ii rabhtan; pan J %  orlaa o PM Briera .r*i and poli.hiiitf p.*i>aial heatara, radio apparatue. and will be entitled U raBIMer the .>,!..* nfle. one month iraru tlir 4th da] ..I Aiml aajaaa, pe.au" alia 11 Ui ilo mr at my onti uppoMtlmi of -ii. h rrri dial Ion irh i-an be -een on apptlr. P il I TAKE NOTICE aim MOTO ORp TAKE NOTICE TITAN %  %  H f. a corporalaan otuai.iaed and Una under the U** .-I the State ol %  wrr. United Ball era. whoaa trade oc %  latHII %  Udreaa I. ..i Orand Bou Ayenur. IxtrtMt. BAaW ol Ml.M(an ti A haapphaa ta. ihBall 11 HI I I oi a l.adr nun tn Pa.t A' of B.alate. TAKE NOTICE AC rlai h i.i%  .-.,. %  clodlna apwrk plufi. apark plua pore a !" apark piu* parti, radio *|iar peuaja. aaakTtoea for pravreim a ,„ %  frrlraj nn radio ..i.p.rali. l*B*o eaxna piup bratlns device, device %  *' apark pluga %  i ** % %  It:-,'. ,|, <„. aerrtru-al rnn.BUae-t niel aruf vacuum pumpa. furl pumpa vacuum rumil": filter, nil .ind laaollnc filler. oil and Ba*lln* .1'Crdoiiirlei, aprrdomrler dm In* .r*iHiin. lacharretrn: film apeed In dh-atora. ammi-ter. ajauae. nf all kind. maiiulri; lemprvalure Imticatmt rea and apparatue. liquid r. IS, all cleaner, nl all klpd* rleaneta and intake -len.. i B air cleaner* and Bamr ii"lf najiial.: repair Il i'.. tol >U aurh I .areainrle > nf all Tl, April IBB1 nnleaa *omr prrIhe meaiilime jflva not m duplKalr lo mr at m\ ..ffW'e ,.f uppo.ltom a) BaW ^raielratinii. The tr.nl* aaaaa) Dated th.. Mat day ml BfAMhj IMI II WII i nnHel-t...r ol T.ade Via, k* ItM ^ii That i.iMJtAt viT.iri ii II. TION nrpoaal lariiard and .rider the I %  %  %  USA haa .. M t of ess. i for • %  %  '••' anvhiii. Bbraalve compound I,, Ir.nB ^gf i %  nor Triwniifnr.t filler.. oil and ..,...-• tnddevlcea and apparni %  %  Hi ^tn l-ke ad arlU ear il un.TAKE NOTICE cnvBiatT USA. haa applead for 1 mlrl.Ml A CAM ,1 MlrtiagBn r .rai.ti.ili.m of ill kind*. %  • le. and tin haaeie lor t ol I niii-i I.I i ii i 11 kind*, bodice .ne inn vilimtl. pailolor dine,, rakhriaa intrmal •ombu.Oou onlnaa. parta tlnreof and •nraariti thereto, cleanlna ind pull.hliul preparalHin. raaBa apparatue. and will be entitled to i. vliter thr aame alter one month from .. e 4th day ol Apill IFAl mil... mimr peraon ahall In the meiinliine |i" MUM m duplicate to me at m> of".* ol %  us--it nn, nf aura ratu offUe. %  nl March laat WIIJLAMS. i al T. ,i. M irl I 4 4 SI | TAKE NOTICE CADILLAC n w Dataara %  Wi IVtM SUlea %  MM %  MB %  J ia 1 %  %  I %  %  %  bile* and Inn cBaaate lo. mate) .1 ...*.. pailand aneeanrle. of n... internal .. 1 1 thrteof and arcvaacwlre thern .md pollahlna ptcv-'ati.n-ndio Bppa.illli*. .md will br %  real.trr thiaU, unle.. r paraia ehoil in MM 1 I l> li". 31t d^i II a. aMarai %  M tl MM M %  % %  14 SI TAKE NOTICE F FU G I D A I R. E That OIWrKAI. MOTORS (OIIWBATIi .N aalaUna under Ihr laan of Ihe Sl-ilr ol Delaware I'nlted Si il M.i .(..liirera. whoar Made n. bu.ineaa .iddia.. ,. Waal OfafM. Boul'i.r.i | . .. Avaaur rn-tioll. SUIr of MM-hlian. U.SA. n. anilied for ihr rafMi tc.de ,1 k In pa.t "A" of Heai.b 1 In reapecl nf .,-1 Ulna awrhrnaa 11ml ,.|.|.nr.U,i aM 1..1I' < •!'. %  %  "I %  "' ' %  .1 %  %  .., II..... eraaii 'ian m ire -~—\ nl an il paj % %  ),. 11 .... i-irte tlieienf and nrn-nm., uln. Ihcrrof. motor, and o.uureaam.. ele, 1 naetilni machinea, and mil he .-1,111 TAKE NOTICE *BB" %  **B I P p|BlHiii That OFJ.-KPAI. MOTORS CORPOIL.' i TION a .nrp-nallon orBamird and I II il*. tho lawa ol thr Slate *-f 1 LVited sin., o ri.nihuaii..' acaJJlW -. part. nd aceraauii' %  nratue, and will b he lan .• aflei 1 ...... f Apr I 11.11 unlo *nn ahull In'th. mr-Miiii. iye %  %  laan -SJaS \ application -ti. M I Iraajta addl... II Wet Or..,,I Ho.,1. vard'A C ofTlce Dattd thi. 31.1 d.* of March, IBSI II. WIIJJAMB. Itraielrar nl Trade M.rkr 4 411-1 IMF 1 %  Vlca.aa* 1 \(.Uii Pamee Bay REAL ESTATE AOENT \l ( IIOSEEB n \M inom HI OINNO Phonr 4640 Crane House' POP lUUI 1 PUHJC t OM IFTITION nt 1 p.. Ami flh at JOHN M pLArKi'. "Tin: n > IMG %  %  Ht.'.lied pr.. ( d T.i!-.... b* proved II. wlidit' bv withetandlUibtina plant and thr am* ,. .. There 1, ap Q .„. i.iding a lonaT —•< %  • Ihe Crane Beach. nlanlrd wit •nd Ihr balblna 1 [I..HK-.I %  JalB N ^.lllBla... A F J* F V A TAKE NOTICE CM hal CCNVAL MOTORS COHI1.HA IN. a cotpoartlon or|auifed n4 •tin* under the law* uf thr SUte ol Delawarr. United State* .it America. rr*. wnnae trade nr hn.li.ei. %  ard A Caaa TAKE NOTICE DELCO r TfciN I '11 Dad 11 (tlKBRAI. MOTORS rolirolIA a corporation or J 11 lied am "l'l"f nndrr Ihe Lawa of Ihr Stale a Delaware. United Slalea of Ante..' %  AaaaaCaeturava, whov Ir-dr or butlnaa aOdreai I* W.H Oraiil Boiilrvard A C.r |A..nuc. I>eUolt. State of Mlchia.n U.S.A. ha. applind for the r*-l*tnti<-' < a trade mark In Part "A' fd Itaa in reaped ol electrical Martina. Uflhtti und inniii' 1, apparatua and pert* thereof employed with Intrmal combuatln rncinaa lor uar on automobile* mnto boaU. aircraft and the like elactrtri. batlrrle. and parti fr-nrof. radio lerelw ln| art* and pelt* Ihr rent. ahocl ibaorbrra. fluid* lor hvdraulle ahrxl • lakaa and U.e like. l„brtcat %  *.|laa olla and ftfraara. speednme-tei %  %  •Il Kan; odnnxtrr.. gaUB** Laf-tn t %  i.i". and di mark in Pan A ol %  f repair and 11 I ue.re4.llr nhMIrl i.'-.kr a har Br. e npe-atinK lappeli valvi %  orma.. rl.trr*. and Iheir partrtUlal ... '1 opa atfeai ; 1 %  um and thru parta %  -of tralln ... haatang b %  m.*t.t.. curr*. %  .:*. • ahorl 111 tinB lianMiilau.il ham am. ihro.l terminal block.: eiertrM machir>ei parta thrrrof. ewitchaa, rlecttMal a duclnri and lonnrclar.; drama Urual toil* a-Aitchboarda; reia,.. tn breakm: aaneraior*.. maBnrUa. a (.. %  rally operated machine. ,,an w aeh 1 n mac hlnr.. w rtndr r. pump., water %  yrterr.a. 1 M I UM %  %  .. I. %  %  .-rlJI .-' 1*1—m (hall In tl opi-..il,'.n nl at mv office. Man %  111 wind.hi.id wipar lioller*. %  anker*. abaarber* brakr* I < ton* n't. Capt Marahall lor BiHni. <. Sih A I 11 '.U-lA II lone net fapt Joseph, to, in. MV Alr-elbrooa. Zpt ton. ^rt. Capt. CtteA for Tmida.1 In Touch avlth Barbados CoasUl SUtion Cablr and Wlielcaa iW t Ud i.dn.that ther .. 1 M --„ i. ,.1* mth th' following .hip* ihro-igh Ih'li llaiaaigoi C—M BUtk SB Ueidimart. S Monica Spurt Gremhaven TMil. toman I'Pmarr. Oeirule. Cl ... Ortaaww 1 ui. 1.1 lhaa B < ratat f'harii • I'.ddrck. > Ai'baan. .Baale. Pailfl.Lllx-ili. An ek, %  1 I It, • Gedde*. Cavma. Karamaa. Quran ., Ban .d. Rales of Fxrhangc l.'HNBSS. WITHY A CO. LTD., Da COSTA A CO LT ahlaaHaeBi Trinidad, Bdibadoi B.W.I. Il I i -.• will Oaiafa ind Vn&vjii %  li .urn.. %  ... Ai Ifont rTTBt, N 11 iffl B. Kit) .' i liutunt. B.W.I SCH00NSH OWNCF i ASSOC rxc. Trio. 40. NEW TORK REHV1CE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Alcoa POUII." aalla IM Match rrivek IWiUido. 1 %  Akoa Rnamei aalla tlh April A... %  %  BurbaeM* ITlh Apr,I CANADIAN SERVK F. "" nimiiMi Naaae al Bkl S -ALCOA PENNANT" .. I. "ALCOA PARTNER," • HI III"" Ml Ali'OA PEGASLK • S "ALCOA PIOXEraf Halli pM 1 tol SI John, ROBERT TIIOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND C.I I r MIIMH M-I'l li\ COSTA A CO. LTD.—CANADIAN SIRVIIK ui. UH %  •'". IMI WILl.ii r of Tra* iri.'.i April IMI. thr mean Hi to mr at my office of opposition nf lua Thr Irade mark ran a IfaeaaeaHMa al my offlce Dated thu lilt day of Man i, 11, H WII I rVa-l.trer Of Trade Mai.. 4-4.31 I B aa wfiai .. ahaft l,.rt thrrrof. ball IInge. B .itif.k-twin |..-.iinal (-,**.. tir.ke. f'lr I nth huh. coai.t*. hubvariable .per.' hub*, c—.trr brake*: hell.; mcchankal %  aaaMg < %  apu;.,-, moUva power M al afllng. power unit* that (rnhod %  nn mlput poser men %  %  inlree aome prraon %  limr give notice In dupltci. ragletraIto-i Thr trade mark can h* earn on ippllcatlnn at my office Dated thu 31.1 day of Maich. IMI II Vi'lOJAMS. HrtMtrat ol Trade Mark. 1111 I CatMABA Ch aBBag on Banker. a* I-UP. DM M -I :-,..,,..i Drall. IB M'. pi Sight Draft* al • in< ..i.iCurrency aa 1 10' %  n PASSAGES TO EUROPE CoDlact AntUIea Products, Limlled. Roseau, DomlrJa,. for sailj Wif lo Eu'opa. TJia uiual porU of calibre DubUn, London, or [| KolUrcUm. Single fara £70; usual reductlona for rhildrco. MAIL NOTICES ..mm I tn P. OOaaTTIQ -ill I* rtotrd at the Orni oflce a* under I'.-rei Mall at 1 pm on the lath Ap.ll IMI Rrriidaard Mall at I M pJ" Ordinary Mall il IM pm. on IM llth April IMI MAIIal for St lunrU by the M %  I mv JOT will be rlaard at the Or* '^ddt aaj U Bt r ad and Ordinary Mi < at II nooa on ihe 1th AptU IMI. I,I mi 11 imn HIM. oils ARE DEST BY TEST DONT ONLY OIL IT-GERM IT CENTRAL FOIXDHY ITIL Gasolene Station—Trafalgar St




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    ESTABLISHED 1895

    SCHUMAN PLAN



    SIGNED

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    HOPES of a new era for co-operation within a unified

    expressed when the agreement on the Schiman Plan for poaing
    and steel resources was initialled at the Foreign Ministry in Paris.

    ‘Professor Hallstein, leader of the German delegation, sighs on behalf

    of all the foreign delegations he said it was right sthe plan
    should eternally bear the name of Mr. Schuman. Pee

    HUNGARY FORTIFYING
    SLAV FRONTIER

    BELGRADE, April 4.
    Two Hungarian frontier guards who deserted into me
    |



    slavia on March 22, have reported military preparations on
    the Hungarian side of Yugoslavia’s northern border, a Yugo-
    slav press office said today.

    The two men declared pill boxes were being built and
    trenches dug in the frontier area and that the main road
    from Budapest which eventually leads through Yugoslavia

    to Trieste was being widened by two yards.
    Houses on two frontier villages
    bad been demolished and the in-



    We Face |



    THURSDAY,



    APRIL 5, 1951



    U.N. PROBE DEEPER IN N.





    FIVE... CENTS



    Communists put up little resistance



    Ask Parliamentary
    Approval For Sugar
    Pact With Cuba

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON, April 4.

    CUBA’S representatives at the trade and tariff
    talks at Torquay were today continuing their
    negotiations with British Government representa-
    tives, according to Dr. Mendoza, Cuban Ambassador
    in London. Referring to a report that negotiations
    between the two countries had been concluded, he

    said: “I have not beeh infoftied that the talks are
    over.



    “We still have a large delega-
    tion down at Torquay and as far
    as I am aware we are having dis-

    cussions with British Government
    delegates”.

    Cuba, it has been reported
    wants to sell Britain one and @
    half million tons of sugar in. the

    next three years and to obtain a
    market in this country for cigars,

    The Risks

    Says Morrison
    grapefruit and pineapples.

    LONDON, April 4. Recent reports that talks be-

    Herbert Morrison, British For-]tween Britain and America have
    eign Secretary -tonight pledged/not resulted in a serious break-
    continued unity with the British} down in imperial preferences, has
    Empire, the European community} been taken as a good omen by
    and the United States, Speaking}Colonial interests here. Britain’s
    at a banquet given by the Lord,;stand has done much to “kill”
    Mayor of London, Morrison said| the suggestion that Cuba’s bid for
    London was the seat of a govérn—j the British market was American-
    ment “whieh has close and indj-} backed and would therefore re-
    vidual links with many capitals}eeive favourable consideration,
    and many governments across the }Meanwhile it is understood that
    seas.” negotiations between Australian
    London was in a special sense} and British Governments are now
    the centre of thé Commonwealth, [proceeding with particular refer-
    “We are also here the neighbours}énee to Britain’s future sugar
    of western Europe”, Mr. Morrison f¢ommitments. The Australian
    continued. “As neighbours do, we]Government it is understood, has
    share much of the same back- {already officially protested to the
















    sPANISH AMBASSADOR IN LONDON


















    THE DUKE OF PRIMO DE RIVERA and his wife heave just arrived

    in England. The Duke is ene first Spanish Ambassador in London

    since early in 1047. :
    Express

    GRENADA LOST £195,000
    IN CROP DAMAGES
    House Of Commons Told

    LONDON, April 4
    THOMAS COOK, Parliamentary Under Secretary fot
    the Colonies, in a statement on the situation in Grenada
    said that no incidents had been reported by the Governo)
    since the statement in the House on March 21. Resumptior
    of work was delayed at Plaisance and Mount Horn Estates
    ‘In view of negotiations pro

    ceeding locally, I do not wish to
    add

    anything to previous st re R | A 1
    mnie in the House shout evens LUODELE ACAMS

    in Grenada,



    ground and as neighbours do, we}Canadian Government at that} ‘I regret to say damages and] , Indicted
    have to face many risks together}country’s reported attempts to} losses in respect to crops are re )
    and shall be ready if needed, to}Mmegotiate a separate sugar con-| ported from some 80. egtates,

    face them again. tract with Cuba,









    ‘ntest total estimates (Fram Our

    améuntin¢ Own Cortespondent



    - “We in this country are proud}. Two Opposition members = £196,000. In addition damage| EORGETOWN, BG. April 4

    aa transported to the in U.K. Troops of what dur meaiberthits implies, Jing information on recent events! by arson to Government property Robert Adams, British Guiana

    Bahathnt ante ¥upoelay. propa- e “We are also united for all the}have put, down questions for Mr, is estimated at £8300 und to] Pern former London stage. screen
    ganda was carried on in the Hun- Will Return world to see by many close and} Harold Wilson, President of the} private property at £9,700, aptor now practising barrister dn

    ee To eed : special ties of language culture} Board of Trade for next Tuesday.} Cook added that some citizens} British Guiana has been indict-
    garian army, and military prepar- and litical traditi ing Commander Bullus. C i i ‘ ably charged with obstructing the
    ations were explained by reference and poiltival traditions. to | te eye eoencer Sulu, Son-| with wireless experience greatly! course of justice along with his
    to Yugoslavia’s alleged design on Home United States of America.” servative is asking whether Mr. | assisted police conymunications lerk Eric Gravésdidée. Pyal
    Hungarian arataee Ps agli A WALTERS—10.50 pm Wilson has any statement to make | during the strike clerk Eric Graveside. Prelimih
    othce said o> Ve press Mr, Morrison said Britain’s re- | on the Torquay talks and Mr Dr, Morgan (Labour) asked, ae era ase one a ites ae

    Two denéitere. w ‘ se LONDON, April 4. lationships with the Empire, West- | Remnant, Conservative is seeking] “Is the Minister aware of the of the $40 000 Easte 1949
    Two deserters who came over The British section of the 27th ern Europe and the United States}for an assurance that no agree-| economic conditions in Grenade | pol me abies ar h @ nee i
    with Soviet rifles and automatics |Commonwealth Infantry Brigade - “necessarily influence to a large}Ment will be signed with Cuba] which are perfectly disgraceful, the Soainelion cf Meda i Snanr 4
    said they decided to escape be-| which arrived in Korea last Alg-! extent” British foreign policy. until it has received the approval|and will you see to it that in|fugitives fram. French Clee
    cause they could no longer stand] ust is to be rélieved soon, War! The North Atlantic Treaty he}of Parliament, future there is quick machinery Fallow! 1g th * + poly hee tht
    the “brutal treatment and system- | Minister John Strachey announc-| said was regarded as the blending available as soon ag an industrial Fret men, “ vs sven ie bt ant
    — ata este in their |ed Tuesday in the House of Com- | together of all these elements, or agricultural dispute has arisen ? | 9 aiarwe ‘syairiat "Bubslnapectos
    and other units of the Hungarian | mons. . io : Addressing the many foreign Cook : “We have now to set up| Deygoo and Frank Gomes {
    _,. 2 ie i “a. ant ge ye gly Caan present he added : U.K. GOVT. this Wages Council in Grenada pri suhcadesaees cienagee ta

    cecording to the press office 2 a battalion eac ro) ne} “These are not exclusive relations be and hope good results will come} uttering < “ged coc e vith
    officers anid mén have deserted to|Middlesex Regiment and _ thé|ships, We believe that interna- STOCKS UP from its efforts.” —Reuter. Vatent fo iebiea the public om
    Yugoslavia this year from Comin- | A4?8y!l and Sutherland Highland- | tional co-operation can flourish prevent the course of justice, Botl
    form neighbours, One of them was |@Ts: , An Australian battalion despite differences of political LONDON, April 4 harges failed

    ¢ aniny, | Joined it in October, and the Prin- | cysteains.”—Reutei 4 eaeoe ; sare sa

    the Commander of a Rumanian cess Patricia's Canadian Light systems. euter. British Government stocks rose ord Russell Police are now charging Adame
    frontier guard batallion. Infantry in February. Strachey by a quarter to half point in the 4 with Gravesande for falsely ac
    Last year, altogether 112 fron- said the Brigade had. distinguish- London Stock Exchange today, cusing Deygoo and Gomes

    tier troops deserted to Yugoslavia

    ed itself in action, and the British
    —Reuter.

    units had spent seven months

    almost continuously in the line.
    The 29th British Brigade arriv—

    French Inerease Is in Korea last November and

    Strachey said there are no plans

    lnicome Taxation yet to relieve it.—(CP)
    S, April 4, , |
    The Fre ir AhiS, dpril 4. Gn ae PIUS X FOR ’
    decided to impose a five per cent} BEA TIFICA TION |

    tax increase on all incomes above
    50,000 francs per year.
    ate VATICAN CITY, April 4.
    Pope Pius X, who “died of a



    It also decided to _ increase
    charge for telephone calls by 25

    per cent, broken heart’ 19 days after the
    The income tax increase was|CUtbreak of World War I which
    expected to yield ieee he strove to prevent, will be beati-

    15,000,000,000 francs and the tele-} fied on June 3, the Vatican an-
    phone increase about 6,000,000,000] nounced today. ;
    francs, A solemn ceremony in St. Peter’s
    Telegraph messages and letters Basilica, the first step to sainthood
    for foreign countries will pay 20] Will be performed by Pope Pius
    per cent more, letters within XI : :
    France remaining at the same The present Pontiff and his Con-
    price for the time being. gregation of Rites haye already

    The income tax increase will] approved the two requisite mira-
    have to be approved by the|cles for the beatification of Pius
    National Assembly. X, who was 79 when he died after

    —Reuter. an 11 years reign.



    His miracles were the curing of
    two nuns suffering from malig-
    naht growths. One died in 1939,
    but the other is still alive and is
    expected to attend the beatifica-
    tion service.—Reuter,

    French Take
    Three Posts

    HANOI, INDO-CHINA, April 4.
    French forces hit back to-day

    Named Commiander
    Atlantic Area

    LONDON, April 4
    Tne North Atlantic Treaty
    Deputies’ Council today approved
    the appointment of United States |
    Admiral R. Fechteler as Supreme
    Commander Atlantic Ocean area,
    it was believed in usually well in-

    formed quarters, : on the vital Tonkin delta area of

    The decision wes being Con-|tndosChina as reports indicated
    veyed to President Truman invit- | that the first phase of the Viet-
    ing him to approach Admiral Fech-" minh Communist rebel offensive
    teler and member governments Of jaunched last week had failed. A
    the Atlantic Pact Organisation 1t} strong French mobile force ad-
    was understood, A formal state-| vancing through rugged moun-
    ment might be made tomorrow or] tains on the two - mile front re-
    Friday to be followed immediately | occupied three French outposts in
    by an announcement by Admiral] the Tonkin delta bridgehead, re-





    Fechteler naming his own Deputy |liable French military sources
    Commanders.—Reuter. stated.
    ani: f —Reuter.



    MURDERER HANGED

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    ST. KITTS, April 4
    Carbon, 19-year-old
    who murderéd Police-
    11, was

    STUDENTS WARNED

    MADD, April 4

    Medical atid chemistry students
    who returned to their class-rooms
    in University City today after o
    two-day strike found notices warn-
    | ing them that any further strike
    Eve-—| would lose them their June terms
    Michael They would not be admitter
    ral Hos-| until September, the notices said

    Robert
    Antiguan,
    man Henry on. November
    hanged here this morning

    STABBED

    Twenty-year-old. Neried
    lyn of Greenfield, St
    was admitted to the G







    p ast. night iffering from} In future students would have t
    stab wounds. The Police are mak-| produce identity cards when en-
    tigat tering clause Reuter

    following the Government's eco-
    homic survey of 1951 predicting a
    “harsh” yéar, Other domestic
    Grant Cut 90% stocks were marked slightly lower
    at the outset, but later’ recovered

    WASHINGTON, April 4. in the absence of selling pressure

    The Appropriations Sub-Com-jGenerally the survey was received
    mittee of the House of Represent-|calmly. It did, however, cause

    Voice Of America

    atives has cut by over 90% | some switching of interest from
    President Truman’s request for home to overseas stocks, Rubbers

    $97,500,000 to strengthen and ex-|â„¢oved higher, aided by the Ma-
    pand the radio Voice of America. |/a@cca rubber dividend of 25 per
    The Voice of America is a State |Cemt. for the year against seven

    Department radio propaganda and a half per cent. and there
    service to foreign countries. was a firm tone to oils,

    The six-man Sub-Committee} oan bonds were mainly
    disallowed money requested by the area ia ag
    President to start work immediate- | 4 et aed shares were in
    ly oh four highspowered emand and coppers recovered

    short ; ;
    wave stations in the United States ers tenes ats ,

    and nine overseas medium wave | desig might spread
    relay stations.
    Sub-Committee members said
    they were not satisfied with plans
    for operating proposed new
    stations—Reuter.

    ATTLEE WILL
    BE DETAINED

    LONDON, April 4

    British Prime Minister Clement
    Attlee who is suffering from a
    duodenal ulcer, must remain in
    hospital “for a further period,”
    his doctors said today.

    In a bulletin on the Premier's
    condition, Doetors W. Fergusson
    Hannay and Professor G. W. Pick . :
    ering said the Prime Minister duo-! , President Carson F, Lyman, said
    denal ulcer is responding slowly|the suppression of La Prensa
    to treatment. “In our opinion it) “represents a blow to the freedom
    will be necessary for Attlee to|of the press everywhere”.
    remain in hospital for a further} The Washington Daily News and
    period to enable his ulcer to heal|two radio stations would \ower
    completely.” their flags to half mast. Similar

    Attlee went into hospital moves were reported underway in
    March 21 last.—Reuter. other cities —Reuter.

    —Reuter.



    Day Of Mourning

    For La Prensa

    WASHINGTON, April 4.

    Radio stations and newspapers
    have joined the National] Press
    Club in declaring a day of mourn-
    ing on Friday for the Argentine
    newspaper La Prensa.

    The Board of Governors of the
    National Press Club, an organisa-
    tidn of 7060 Washington cor-
    respondents, voted unanimonsiy to
    lower the flag 6ver the Press Club
    to half mast or Friday.



    on





    On Charge



    Adams sprung a surprise this

    afternoon by making application

    FRANKFURT, April 4 for a summons against Hon'ble

    West German news agency] Frank Holder, Attorney General,
    )D.P.A reported today that Ger-| Gilbert Farnum, Legal Draught

    jman police are to charge Lord] man, Major Stanhope, Billyeatd

    Russell, British Deputy Advocate] Detective Superintendent, Frank
    General with violation of traffic} D’Abreau Assistant Detective
    regulations, Superintendent and Sub Inspec

    August Linne Chief of Police of
    the Detmold district announced
    to-day, according to D,.P.A, that
    the authorities on information re-
    ceived were compelled to charge

    tor Belfon accusing them of econ
    spiring defeat the course oi
    justice by requesting Gravesande
    not to give evidence in the cas:
    of Gravesande versus Deygoo and

    to

    jthe Deputy Judge Advocate Gen-| Gomes

    {eral with violation of traffic regu- eee al ‘ r f
    lations and bodily injury Gravesande also applied yea
    | A summons nas been served on| SWâ„¢monses for the sume group
    \the British military authorities the] except Hoider accusing them of
    police chief said, — attempting to dissuade him by
    ' Lord Russell was mobbed by a| threats, bribes and other corrupt
    ,German crowd on Saturday night] Mesns from giving evidence in
    in the Westphalian town of Vlotho] the case of Gravesande versus

    Deygoo and Ccmé
    Gravesande led
    today in support of

    while motoring from his
    there to the Rhine army
    quarters in Bad Oeynhausen,

    home
    head- the evidence

    his applica-

    Driving through the procession| ticn for a summons but the mag
    \in Viotho he was punched and | istrate called for further evidenc«
    Germans tried to snatch a peari| which will be heard on Friday
    necklace from his wife, a Rhine

    Army statement at the time said.
    —Reuter,



    Secret Oil Talks
    Open Monday

    ELIZABETH WILL
    SEE THE POPE





    rai er ariehy et
    E. WASHINGTON, Apri ‘

    Princess Elizabeth ware the Secret Anglo-American oil talks
    Duke of Edinburgh are expect-[ Will open here next Monday to
    ed to pay a private visit to the discus the threat to = Westers
    ‘Pope on April 13, The British Powers’ oil supply, — whic 1 ha
    Royal couple are due to arrive been created by Persia’s decisior
    here by air on April 11 on a pri- te nationalis« the / glo-Iranian
    vate sight-seeing tour of Italian Oil Co., Reuter learned authorita
    cities, The Duke, Lieutenant} tively today
    Commander with the British The talks will be opened for Bri

    fleet based at Malta, will captain| tain by the Ambassador, Sir Olive:

    the British Armed Services Polo] Franks, and for the United States

    Team in a series of games|by the Assistant Secretary ofpState
    i ; ie : Bas tairs, George

    against Rome teams. fer the Middle East Affairs,

    | ’ —(CP), MéGhee—Reuter



    RISING COSTS HIT C.N.S. LINE

    OTTAWA, April 4.
    Canadian National West Indies

    pared with $6,582,608 thus the
    operating deficit was $601,432

    Steamships Ltd, was hit by rising which increased to $1,028,767
    costs and substantially increased after payment of interest on
    handling charges at West Indies bonds and government advances.
    ports in 1950 and wound up ‘The report signed by Donald
    $1,028,767 in the red. The 1949 Gordon, President of the Cans-
    deficit was $460,498. This was dian National System, said that
    shown on Tuesday in the annual operating costs were adversely
    report of the line tabled in the affected by substantially in-
    Commons hy Transport Minister ereased handling of charges at
    Chevriet it reported operating West Indies ports by the com-
    revenues of $5.124,200 compared pany's 10 vessels and by in-

    erensed prices of ships’ supplies

    The company looking

    with

    $6,595,007 and operating
    exper o! $

    $5,725,632 com-

    wa





    towards a better year in 1951 slight increase cver 1949 despite
    articularly because of the re- reduced fares and in ised ¢
    axation of dollar import re- pétition—but freight revenue
    Strictiongs contemplated under decreased 26.2 per cent to
    the trad@ liberalization plai $3,812,597 due to the substa ai
    effective January 1, last rat® of reduction on sugar
    flour which constitute

    It said an extensive study is principe! carfloes to
    underway on the subject i duction of 51.692 tons or i5.¢
    trade relations between Canada cent In the volu f trafl
    and the British West Indies carried the reduction « 856,976
    with particular attention to the pense :
    financial position of the C.N.S tor C dle
    steamship services

    Passenger revenues showed f ‘ 65 to 63 CP

    | Russia Has

    Yank Jets Kill 300

    Communists: Allies.

    TOKYO, April 4
    AMERICAN TANKS and infantry contacted a
    Communist battalion on the west central front,
    a few miles north of the border today, the first
    determined resistance to a limited United Nations
    offensive across the 38th parallel into North Korea.
    An Eighth Army evening communique sum.
    marising operations, said this Task Force was
    heavily mortared in the Toyongni area about 12
    miles north-east of Seoul. There was also some
    shell-fire.

    But the Task Force continued to
    advance in North Korean. territory

    resistance decreased later
    the day, the communique Said,

    Other United Nations forces re
    ported moderate w heavy Com-
    munist fire and general resistance
    a few miles further west near
    Yongpyong which lies on the
    lateral road running north of the

    as in

    A New Plan

    For Big Four



    parallel and is also on the main
    PARIS, April 4 railway line from Seoul to Pyons
    Russia submitted a new pro-]| yang, North Korean capital

    posal for the first point of the Limited United Nations ad-
    Foreign Ministers’ Conference] vances against light resistance
    agenda today. at the 23rd meeting] were reported from the central
    f the Big Four Deputies here. The] sector On the eastern front,
    three western powers reserved] Allied patrols probed forward

    their position after saying that it
    raised some difficulties

    but noted no significant Commu-
    nist activity

    The Bighth Army estimated
    that over 1400 Communist troops
    were killed or wounded in Tues-
    day's operations over the whole
    front



    Andrei Gromyko, who presented
    the new Soviet proposal, referred
    again to the importance his Gov
    ernment attached to the inclusion
    on the agenda of the North Atlan-

    American jet fighters to-day
    tic Treaty and American bases] killed ‘at least 300 Communists
    overseas with rockets blazing jellied petrol

    end machine gun fire near Pyong
    He also insisted that the item] yang in a day of intense air ac-
    dealing with the Itallan peace tivity 4

    treaty and its provisions for Tri-
    este Free Territory should be in-
    cluded.Reuter

    The 5th air force fighters had
    flown more than 600 effective sor-
    ties betore dusk to-day. Five
    tanks, one bulldozer and 64 lor-
    ries were» destroyed and 64 rail-
    way trucks destroyed or damaged,

    —Reuter,



    Britain Protests
    Antarclic Base

    LONDON, April 4.
    Britain has protested to Chile
    on the setting up of a third Chil
    ean base on Paradise Island in the
    Antarctic, British Foreign Secre-



    French Minister
    Resigns Office

    PARIS, April 4

    Minister for Overseas: Francot



    tary Herbert Morrison announced | yitterand resigned to-night afte:

    to-day a virtual vote censure in the
    Morrison said in answer to a| National Assembly

    question in the House of Com- Political circles thought Prime

    mons that the British Ambassador }| Minister Queuille would be able

    in Santiago had delivered aj to persuace Mitterand to withdraw

    |

    |

    |

    |

    formal protest against
    action

    Morrison said Britain would signed after the Assembly voted
    also prote to Argentina if ,



    by 241 votes to 173 a symbclic cut
    of 1,000
    salary

    Estimate

    urgent Press reports of the estab-
    lishment of another Argentine
    base on the Falkland Islands de-
    pendencies were confirmed

    Major Tufton Beamish -(Con
    servative) asked “is the Foreign
    Secretary contemplating taking
    any action ather than that of
    sending a feeble protest every few
    months’?

    ‘The Foreign
    was drowned by

    francs
    during
    for hi

    in the Minister's
    the debates con
    Ministry
    Keuter





    |
    Chile’s | his resignation and that the in
    cident would not prove serious
    Mitterand, a near Radical re

    TELL THE ADVOCATE

    THE NEWS
    DIAL 3113
    DAY OR NIGHT

    Secretary's reply
    interruption,

    euter,

    ee ee ee!



    Wool Prices Drop:
    U.S. Competition Goes

    MELBOURNE, April 4
    THE MELBOURNE HERALD’S woo! expert s:
    day that current drops in wool prices were
    withdrawal of much American competition”
    He added that “possibly 15 per cent of the wool auction
    ed in Australia for several weeks before Eester”
    on behalf of the United States.

    The United States Defence
    partment yesterday announces
    that America’s armed service
    would use 15 cent less raw
    wool.)

    There is
    mill circles

    } 4
    1d 7

    “due to tl

    was bought

    Dew Settee

    British M.P’s

    May
    Get More Sleep

    per

    inereasing concern ir
    here that the Austra-
    lian market which this week is 1(
    per cent down on pre-Easter level:
    may go lower af Parliament, may soon be abil
    Japanese buying which is large-|to get to bed early, Conservati

    ly financed by the United 3 Winston Chugchill spid

    LONDON, April 4

    Britain’s bleary-eyed Membe}

    s also reported to have been] last night
    everely curtailed according to the He suggestet] that Government
    Herald leaders and top Conservative

    Sir Douglas Copland, Professor
    of Economics and Vice-Chancellor
    of Australia’s National University
    suid to-night it wag not surprising
    there should be some
    the “extravagant price’ wool had
    reached, Tt is a salutary remind-
    r that there are limits even to the
    like

    should work out some way of ai

    ing Conservative grievances with
    out the late night sittings whie
    have kept Parliament working
    past midnight for the last month
    Easter, the Con
    servatives have pressed nightly
    motion asking for annulment of
    minor items of Government legis-
    lation. As a result Parliaments?

    ians have been burning plenty of
    midnight oil lately.—(€P)

    reaction te
    Sinee before

    demand
    woo!,.”’
    Harry Duke, Chairman of the
    Auckland Wool ,
    nid te lay

    for a commodity

    Brecker

    that

    ocia
    .

    all indica























    ons were that there would be es
    | t sreat a ramble for wool” Reject Protest
    at ; next New Zealand sale here BELGRADE, April 4
    g if the 1 ted States buyer: The Yugeslav Governn y
    BR, Ware wh day rejected Hungarian |
    Reuter | against the allege vult thé
    ie riat € D’Affai
    | VISIT POSTPONED _| Istvan Hrabe nthe - sa0va)
    | } police during a ee f 1
    | TEHERAN, April 5 | Belgrade four days ago
    } Shah of Persia _ha postponed | In note to the Hungarian
    t tate it to Jordan on April! Government Yi i de {
    \8 owing to udden appendix} Hunga
    € plete disto
    Reuter. | Reuter

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    Carib Calling

    R. HAYNES CHALLENOR,
    brother of Hon. R. “Laddie”
    Challenor, M.L.C. who had been
    holidaying in Barbados since
    February 3rd, left yesterday after-
    noon by T.C.A. for Toronto.
    Miss Frances Harman,’ Mr.
    Haynes ChalJlenor’s sister-in-law
    and her friend Miss Ethel Butler
    who arrived here at the same time
    as Challenor, also left yesterday
    by the same plane. They were
    staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
    T.C.A. Engineer
    M*: AND MRS. CLAYTON
    GLENN, who are spending a
    week's holiday here at the Ocean
    View Hotel were to have left
    yesterday by T,C.A. for Montreal
    where Mr. Glenn is with T.C.A’s,
    Engineering Department. They
    are not leaving now until Satur-
    day.
    From Curacao
    ISS ENID MALONE, daughter
    of Rev. and Mrs. W. M.
    Malone of Navy Gardens was
    among the passengers arriving
    from Curacao via Trinidad on
    Tyesday night.
    Back To Trinidad
    ETURNING to Trinidad yes-
    terday afternoon by B.W.1.A.
    were Mr. Darnley Fletcher, his
    sister Mrs. Taylog and her young

    daughter. They have been in
    Barbados since March 14th on
    holiday.

    Mr. Fletcher who is studying

    medicine at Edinburgh, Scotland,
    will be returning to the U.K
    later this month. They were
    staying at the Lawrence
    Hotel.

    Returning To-morrow
    R. H. H, CROUCHER,
    Director of Agriculture in

    British Guiana who is at present
    holidaying in Barbados is due to
    return to B.G., to-morrow by

    B.W.LA. He is a guest of Prof.

    Dash of Enterprise Road.

    Special Flight
    .W.I.A. ran a Special Flight
    yesterday morning to Trini-

    dad taking twenty two Codrington
    High School girls and two Lodge
    boys to spend the Easter holidays
    in Trinidad, Most of them live in

    St.







    POCKET CARTOON
    by OSBERT LANCASTER

    * Unless, my dear Torquil we
    wish to find ourselves re
    housed in the not very con
    genial surroundings of the
    Dome of Discovery, | think it
    would be wise, sust «at first. not
    to overstress the necessity for
    Office expansion.”



    Football .

    RICKET lovely cricket goes
    the calypso, I'm sure if there
    was a local calypsonian he would
    be busy composing a_ calypse
    about football, Walk along Broad
    Street any day and listen to the
    “buzz” of voices. The word foot-
    ball seems to highlight § any

    conversation

    T.C.A. Girls

    ISS JUNE CLARK and Misr
    Jean Lovie, T.C.A. hostesses
    accompanied by Miss Adelaide
    O’regan, f.C°A Reservation
    Agent in Ontario who had been
    spending a short holiday in Bar-
    bados left yesterday afternoon by
    T.C.A. on their return journey

    to Canada.

    Official Visit
    R, LEONARD THOMPSON
    of the American Consulate
    here leaves this morning by
    B.W.I1.A. for Antigua and St.
    Kitts on a short official visit. He
    expects to be back in Barbados on

    Trinidad. April 12th,
    HE impudence of travel lit-
    erature! Whenever an hotel

    is described in screaming superla-
    tives, you may be sure it is one
    of those cosmopolitan bolting-
    hutches of beastliness with tele-
    phones and radios all over the
    bedrooms, vile cocktail lounges,
    and a general Crewe Junction at-
    mosphere of fuss and noise—and
    oily sycophancy on every side.
    Utinam, eithe, would that I had
    a Muse of fi fire, that I might praise
    a very different kind of place,
    where repose, good food and good
    drink are the important things.
    Far above all,and without a peer

    CROSSWORD








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    ¥y Sort of diame not edible (4)

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    ADVENTURES

    ana,
    he was the guest of Mr.
    Fred Olton of
    barees.

    spend ten days’ holiday in Bar-

    Staying With Aunt
    {
    Mss JOAN GHENT who
    arrived from Trinidad over}
    the week-end by the Gascogne is
    staying with her aunt Mrs. Nor-
    man Hart at Worthing.

    En Route To B.G.

    UE to leave this afternoon by
    B.W.1I.A. for Trinidad is

    Mr. Johnnie Adamson Managing
    Director of Bookers Drug Stores
    He is on his way to'British Gui-
    During, his stay in Barbados
    and Mrs.

    “Springfield”, Bar-

    From British Columbia
    R. AND MRS. FRANK HOL-
    LAND arrived from Canada

    yesterday morning by T.C.A. to

    bados, staying at Cacrabank. Mr.
    Holland is in T.C.A.’s, Traffic



    and Sales Department in *‘Vancou-

    ver. His home is in Cloverdale,
    3ritish Columbia.

    Arriving by the same plane was
    Miss Betty McAvoy, Also here
    for ten days, she is staying at the
    Ocean View Hotel. She is an air-
    line stewardess with T.C.A.

    Married Yesterday

    A QUIET WEDDING _ took

    place at St. Cyprian’s Church
    yesterday morning when Miss
    Thelma Ruth Gilkes, only daugh-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gilkes,
    cf “Brooklyn,” River Road was
    married to Mr. William Randoiph
    Douglas, Deputy Registrar and
    son of the late Mr, and Mrs, W.
    P. Douglas.

    The bride who was given in
    marriage by her father wore a
    ballerina length dress of suede
    crepe made on Victorian lines,
    with a yoke of venetian lace, A
    Juliet cap bordereqd with pearls
    and a fingertip veil completed
    the charming ensemble.

    Rev. W. M. Malone performed
    the ceremony. Bestman was Dr.
    A. S. Ashby.

    The honeymoon is being spent
    at the, Crane.



    BY THE WAY ee « By Beachcomber

    in. Europe is White’s Hotel at
    Wexford. Trailing’ behind come
    the Mur at Jaca, the Grand at
    Odense, the Oranger at Les
    Planches, the Danjean at Belfort,
    the place by the waterfall under
    the Pic d’Enfer, at Ribas de
    Fresser, the old Lion d’Or at
    Perpignan, the Colonne de Bronze

    at St. Valéry-sur-Somme (not
    en Caux), and twelve hundred
    thousand little resting-places,

    such as the Drummond Arms by

    the tranquil Yarrow. :
    How the ‘Octopus’ Works
    the Orfl

    HE criticism that

    system of “ovtopuses” defeats
    its own ends by leaving no outlet
    for the traffic, is a trivial one.
    The basic,idea is to have a wind-
    ing ‘one-way street from which
    there is an egress only at the near
    end. As the traffic must enter
    the street at this end, the other
    end being a blind alley, obvious
    ly it cannot expect to emerge
    from the street at the far end, or
    to enter it from that end, A cir-
    cular ramp haifway along each
    “octopus” enables vehicles to turn
    and come back, The traffic which
    eannot enter or emerge at the
    far end takes a parallel “octopus”
    and goes in the reverse direction,
    thus freeing considerable areas
    during the tims required for the
    vehicles using tne cireular ramp
    to emerge again at the near end
    of the “octopus.”

    Whar! No Snibbo ?

    NDER the heading, “Beauty
    Tip,” I read this — a hint
    which 1 gave years ago:—
    She uses boot polish on her
    eye-lashes instead of mascara.
    In Passing
    AN you tell me the difference
    between the smell of burning
    rubber and the smell of a glass
    of Richebourg? Probably you
    can. But scientists cannot; not,
    that is, in any jargon that will
    satisfy them. An article I have
    just read admits that no scientist
    can say, “in terms which have
    any scientific precision,” what is
    the difference between the scent
    of a rose and that of boiled cab-
    bage. I am heartily glad to hear
    it. We can drink in peace.
    Re-diversion Schedule
    OW, let us suppose that A is
    driving a car northwards
    from Parkodrome 641, Ramp Area
    26, and is diverted westwards at

    OF

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    PIPA






    Roundabout 47. He will first have
    to cross the Transverse by-pass
    leading to Octopus 214. Approach

    Area 34, in an easterly direction, A

    bearing south at the fifth tentacle- |
    street of Octopus 213. This will|
    bring him to the Two-Way Round- |
    about 55, On emerging’ he will | ?
    proceed along the one-way street
    which leads to Octopus 214 fund
    above), the key-point for south-
    go..ty traffic in Areas 34, 35, 36
    and 36(a). Ramp 81 lies before
    him, leading to Parkodrome 93. He
    ean get back on to his northerly
    direction by parking until the
    south-going traffic is diverted to
    Octopus 78 (b). After that all he
    has to do is to proceed bY one-
    way streets as far as Ramp 614
    Group Area 219, He will then be
    aiverted to Approach Area 46 to
    await instructions by loud-speaker

    The Brimless Bowler

    Y promised account of the
    ‘ man who always slept in <
    brimless bowler, so that it woulc
    fit easily into a soft pillow, was
    held up while a poll of hatters
    was taken. Most of the hatter:
    said that you don’t have to be ¢
    hatter to realise that if you try
    to put your head on a pillow
    while wearing a brimless bowler
    the bowler will tumble off or be
    pushed askew. I replied that you
    don’t have to be a hatter, in any
    case, and that the man in ques-
    tion doesn’t mind if his hat is
    askew or falls off. The point is
    that he goes to bed in it. The
    hatters then said that it was
    waste of money to have a specia'
    brimless bowler made for sleeping
    in-I answered that the man used
    an old bowler, and cut off the
    brim himself. The hatters asked
    “If everyone did that, where would
    we be?” I replied: “Just where we
    are, And everybody doesn’t do it
    as you well know.” Now we can
    get on with it.
    Kipper Bricks
    NYBODY who believes that
    “kipper bricks’ packed in
    cardboard cartons will be fresher
    and nicer than single kippers is
    welcome to his belief. People
    called “Government Scientists”
    have discovered a method ol
    “laying kippers back downwards”
    (or down backwards?) “so that
    the thin side of one overlaps the



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    1951



    The Radio
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    By FREDERICK COOK

    NEW. YORK,
    _ Out = a tiny, cluttered studic
    in a yscraper hotel, mopping
    her forehead, stepped the a
    ex-secretary wife of New York's
    Mayor, Mr. Vincent Impelletteri
    The nervous little man who had
    been waiting half-an-hour for
    the door to open gave a last tug
    ut his tie, popped in and took his
    Feat opposite Mrs, Eleanor
    Roosevelt and the three micro-
    phones.
    _ Ten seconds later he was being
    introduced. “I have with me to-
    day a man I’m sure you all know.
    the former Prime Minister of
    France, Hew do you do, Mr. Paul
    Reynaud?”

    The recording machine in the
    minute clothes cupboard just off
    the studio had stopped spinning
    only long enough for a fast switch
    of discs.

    Mrs fmpelletteri and M, Rey-
    naud were the latest in a long
    parade of notables and plain,
    anonymous men-in-the-street
    and their wives—to have made
    unvehearsed appearances over a
    45-minute, five-days—a-week
    broadcast which. has won its place
    in a few months against fierce
    competition as one of the tep
    radio features in the United States
    the Eleanor Roosevelt Pro»
    gramme. 3

    SIX OF F.D.R.

    _Into the studio (Gecorated with
    six pictures of the late President,
    three of Mrs Roosevelt and one

    of the Grosvenor Square
    Memorial to FDR) have trooped
    Gertrude Lawrence, Tallulan

    Bankhead and Helen Hayes tc
    talk about the theatre.

    Ezzard Charles has given the
    lowdown on bexing from the re-
    ceiving end.

    Ambassador Warren Austin has,
    thundered against Vishinsky.
    Denise Darcell and the distin-
    guished Bob Sherwood have dis-
    eussed their differing aspects of
    show business, Sir Benegal Rau
    and Sir Gladwyn Jebb have
    speken on world affairs,

    Movie stars, authors, scientists
    have contributed something at
    first hand in response to the
    razor-sharp questioning of the
    tall, tireless Mrs. Roosevelt, just
    voted by a number of het
    admirers “the Greatest Living
    Woman in the World.”

    In trying to account for the
    smash-hit success of a_ project
    they had laughed off as a certain
    failure. America’s radio pundits
    now say “the secret lies in the
    tact that the voice is the voice of
    Eleanor, but the hand is the hand
    of Elliott.”



    Elliott’ Roosevelt, #DR’s tall,
    husky second son, officially bos:
    of the show as president of

    Roosevelt and Jones Inc. (which
    records the programme complete
    with advertising, and sells it as a
    ready-for-the-air ‘package’ to
    ithe studio) finds the talent,
    rounds it up and presents it. to
    his mother for her expert dis-
    section, Behind his easy-going
    nonchalance there lurks a keen
    instinct for the man or woman
    who is news at the moment and
    a sharp business ability to sew
    them up before a rival gets the
    chance.

    Mrs. Roosevelt herself is not
    above taking a small part in the
    inescapable commercial operations
    without which, under the Ameri-
    can radio system, no programme

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    NEWS FROM BRITAIN

    LONDON,

    lhe Man from Utopre had a
    word for it. A word, I mean,
    for all the tribulations of ow

    | island Welfare State: our worries

    about the fate of Anglo-Persian
    oil, about Egypt and that £80m.
    release this year for which
    there would appear to be
    No quid pro quo; worries about
    the fateful Budget in a few
    weeks’ time, akout whether or
    not there’s going to be a General
    Election soon, Will it be as far
    distant as the Government would
    prefer it to be?

    We're fn a “tailspin.” That, at
    any rate, is how the author of
    the recently published “Return
    from Utopia,” Conservative M.P.
    Richard Law, summed it up
    when talking to the Society for
    Individual eedom at its 101s
    luncheon in London recently, He
    likened the Welfare State to ar
    aeroplane in a _ tailspin. Bui
    while he thinks other countries
    attempting this dangerous ad-
    ministration” find it difficult tc
    “straighten out” he has hopes
    for Britain.

    The nativw. temperament of
    these isles, in his. view, will be
    equal to the situation, A cheer-
    ing thought—coupled, mind you
    to the warming thought that the
    almost forgotten sun shines again
    from the long winter of abnormal
    rains and that there has been
    even enough coal around to allow
    cur nationalised railway to run
    just as many holidays trains as
    in former Easters.

    To follow the Utopian theme.
    It would be pleasant at present
    to banish from these notes ali
    thoughts of international crises,
    or of the “night starvation” at-
    tacking our friends at Westmin-
    ster nowadays as a result of the
    harrying tactics of those impet-
    uous, impatient Tories. Much

    can survive, or even get a hear- better to dwell surely on the
    ing, She may murmur diffidently, idyll of a Tory and _ Socialist
    as a distinguished guest comes to, M’P. gambolling with Brumas to
    the end of a question, “And now | the amusement of the Easter
    I believe Elliott would like to say : holiday crowds in Regents Park.

    something.”

    What Elliott turns out to want
    to say, of course, is always a
    word or two for the sponsors. He
    does it in a way startlingly differ-
    ent from most of the unhappy
    announcers who make their bread
    wearily plugging other people’s
    products with forced enthusiasm
    over the American air.

    YOU REMEMBER .. .

    “You remember, Mother,” he
    will say, “the other day ‘when
    we were driving home to Hyde
    Park and one of the children
    suddenly eried out that there was
    a great big bird in the sky. And
    so there was, a huge blimp adver-
    tising So-and-so’s orange juice.”
    Or “I remember, Mother, years
    and years ago you used to give
    those Blank and Co, radio _ sets
    for .Christmas presents, They
    were the best then, as they still
    are,”

    There has been some criticism
    here among the columnists and
    commentators who like nothing
    better than to attack anyene
    bearing the Roosevelt name.

    Elliott and his mother shrug
    that off. “You always get carp-
    ing critics,” says Elliott, people
    who sneer that it’s nothing but a
    moneymaking operation. But
    Mother now has a real feeling of
    solid achievement. Look at the

    sponsors! Sponsors are a sure

    sign of success,” pe

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    “Tron Curtain” Ladies

    Even better antidote, and a
    means of helping the coffers of
    British Railways or some other
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    port, would be to go to Seotland
    anda join Scotland Yard in the
    hunt that’s waxing hot again for
    the Stone of Scone. Those too
    concerned about the holiday
    aspect of the chase, however,
    have fair warning that Scotland
    Yard men have shown no scru-
    ples about wakening the victims
    of their interrogations in the
    misty cold light of dawn in the
    remote fastnesses of these Scot-
    tish Highlands. In seeking a
    tourist attraction in succession to
    the mystery of the Loch Ness
    Monster, the Scots might be as
    well to curb the enthusiasm for
    dawn. patrols.

    Welcoming the reappearance of
    the Stone of Seone in the head-
    lines, as a change from such
    subjects. as Mr, Gromyko and

    the Chinese Communists, the
    Manchester in obvious-
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    By David Temple Roberts

    If anyone is miserable enough
    to suggest it is a synthetic enjoy-
    ment the Britons experienced this
    holiday week-end, he can reply
    with virtuous abandon that he is
    sharing it with some old friends—-
    from behind the Iron Curtain. A
    party of women from Russia and
    Hungary came to London to
    celebrate the International
    Women’s Day. A colleague who
    met them at a Press gathering
    tells me they are charming, in-
    telligent, sincere women, But
    their eyes view us myopieaily.
    A thing is either black or white
    to our esteemed women guests
    Everything—to them——at home is
    good, everything in the capitalist
    world is bad. They evidently inix
    delight with surprise at finding
    British women are in favour of
    peace!

    Tradition Holds

    Whether or not Britain is in a
    tailspin in consequence of all the
    conflicting, eddies of this modern
    age, she is still clinging fervently
    to her traditions, They found echo
    in last week's debate in the
    Commons on the questien of

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    the former’s Bishop, In opposing
    a motion by a Labour M.P, that
    the matter be remitted for con-
    sideration of the Commons Com-
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    ers warned against § deviating
    from a principle that had stood

    the test of nearly 250 years’
    usage. It was recalled that in

    that bygone age, the House had
    withstood attempts to extend the
    privileges of Members of Par-

    POCKET CARTOON
    by OSBERT LANCASTER

    the danger,
    Filebrace? Now that the
    T.U.C. is taking over the
    Treasury and we've given up
    having a Foreign Policy, very
    soon people are going to start
    saying, ‘Is the Civil Service
    really necessary ?'”

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    conscience—the Whips .were off
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    of 250 years ago by defeating the
    motion by 284 votes to 255—a
    majority of 39.

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    member and his constituents, Mr.
    Chuter Ede, who has enchanced
    his prestige with diplomatic
    handling of early difficulties in
    his first days of office as Leader
    of the House, doubtless had this
    in view when he suggested the
    Committee of Privileges should
    have the opportunity of consid-
    ering the case of the vicar’s let-
    ter. He felt that guidance on an
    M.P.’s relations with constituents
    to-day was needed particularly
    because of the growth of the
    electorate and what he termed
    the much wider range of intimate
    concerns the electorate now
    found themsélves compelled to go
    to Members of Parliament to
    dea’ with. In Mr, Ede’s view
    tuere is a new situation requiring
    to be investigated,

    Of great concera xo many hon
    Members was the question of
    maintaining the authority of Mr
    Speaker, who had previously de-
    cided there was no prima facie
    case of privilege to consider, The
    motion for sending the matter to
    the Committee of Privileges wa:
    perfectly in order but both side:
    of the House were at one in this
    week's debate in anxiety to up-
    hold the position of the Chair,

    And No Mercy!

    Whatever the outcome of the
    squabble between the Govern-
    ment and the Opposition over the
    latter’s tactics in regard to the
    use of “pYayers,” leading to the
    torment of all-night sittings in
    the House lately, it is likely that
    the full pressure of the Tories to
    bring down the Government wi''
    be reserved for the Budget de-
    bates next month. Much will de-
    pend on the constituency reactions
    noted by the Parties over the
    short Easter recess, Liberal and
    Labour quarters are keen to
    suggest that the harassing moves
    of the Tories have gone ton far
    and are already alienating sup-
    port that the Tories had built up
    since the New Year, The Gallup
    Polls, which have
    ing speedy improvement in the
    Tories’ chances in an early elec-
    tion, will be watched with in-
    tense interest,

    been indicat-

    Some of the veterans in the House
    and old Parliamentarians are
    amused, however, by the Labour
    protests against the protracted
    sittings they have had to endure,
    Party warfare, it is recalled, was
    of much sterner character even
    less than half a century ago,
    With the prospect of next month’s
    fierce budget debates it may be
    appropriate to recall Lloyd
    George's famous land budgét of
    1909, The House then sat through
    night after night—without any
    cries for mercy, be it noted, And
    the Labour Members of today
    have yet to experience such a
    snap-division ruse as that when
    Tories were hidden in the dun-
    geons and bathrooms of Parlia-
    ment and also in St. Stephen’s
    Club, ready to rush inte the lobby
    when the division bells rang, The
    secret door through which the
    silk-hatted, tail-coated Tories
    emerged from the Club on that
    notable oceasion is now the back-
    door of_a Bank. The rush from
    the Club to the division lobbies
    could still be made in time, how-
    ever, Perhaps the Labour Chie
    Whip will ensure a guard on the
    Club as well as maintaining the
    existing patrols now keeping a
    vigilant eye on the numbers of
    Tories in the House precincts

    during danger periods

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    need to do
    today — ort

    add hot and cold water
    night about bed-time.

    Maralyn|Z
    HAS wey thing!

    Maralyn is pure country milk in all its creamy
    , ++ plenty
    of sugar — and it’s deliciously enriched! All you

    BARBADOS ADVOCATE



    open during

    \
    under the Five Year Economie i
    Development Programme, — the | \ a
    Remove Financial Secretary, the Hon. | \\ rom EAs
    A. R. W. Robertson said. “We | ss
    ists have the leave of the Crown
    Communists Agents who handle all Colonial |

    From Heligoland

    HAMBURG, April 3

    West German water police| of the recent $14,400,000 corr and march to
    today removed from Heligoland | Rhodesia loan, his guess was tha

    15 young Communists
    four girls *who

    protest against continued
    air bombing practices,
    to use oxy-acetylene
    burn through barricades whicl
    Communist youths had erected ir
    the island’s former air shelter
    Squatters have “occupied”

    allie

    including } it
    landed on the
    North Sea island on Saturday as a| But, he

    Police had
    torches t«

    Heli-
    goland twice in recent months in





    '
    ‘Barclays Bank Buy
    | Lamolie House

    Fro Oo Own Correspondent Mr
    ST. GEORGE’S, April 3.

    Lamolie House, formerly hous-
    ing the Anglican High School, has
    been sold to Barclays Bank}
    (D.C. & O.) for a sum of £10,000. |

    Next door to the present bank
    building, the two 2
    later on be merged into a single
    architectural whole

    Lamalie House
    perty of the St. George’s Angli-
    can Church, having been bought
    50 vears ago as a means of sup-|
    port of parish work. The St. |
    George's Parish Council, however, | cae
    is making a generous loan at a} ves

    }

    es rate of interest to the Island ar
    Church

    mentation of its



    WIFE OF BRITISH
    | CONSUL GETS DIVORCE

    LONDON, April 4
    Patricia Christian, wife of
    the British Consul at Santos, Bra-
    zil, was granted a decree nisi with
    costs and custody of two children
    in a divorce court today

    | Geoffrey Gladqyn Christian, her

    . ai} | Musband, was alleged to have come-
    premises will | mitted adultery ot a London hotel
    before returning to Brazil early
    last year. They were married in

    yas th p
    es . 1946.--Reuter

    pro-

    Re aca
    43 Seger ?
    C2, Qo
    ge ¢. 25 +2
    yy WAI
    PRS



    Waewace ws

    Counctl towards imple ee rh a

    new £ 12,000 Pa ET -”

    High School project. Earlier, the

    Paris’ Council exchanged = aj}

    three-acre lot of glebe at Paddock

    with Government for another lot

    at Tanteen on which the school

    is to be erected. The Island

    Council has other funds in hand

    for the school but will still need |
    about £5,000 more.

    It is likely that the new school}
    will be staffed by
    Community of Jesus the Good
    Shepherd. The Mother Superior
    is shortly te visit the colony





    Sisters of the



    Trinidad Wants
    $12,000,000 Loan |

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 31.
    Trinidad is in the queue for the

    raising of a loan of $12,000,000




    Issues to place the loan on the
    London market at the most suit-
    able time”, he said.

    He further stated, that in view

    would be some months, before
    the Trinidad loan could be placed

    also added, “that would
    not hold up the programme of |
    works.”

    cow & GATE!

    army saved from



    ‘| Sentenced To Die

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    “
    ere
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, March $1. Th

    . : . candi Sentence of death was passed on
    protest against allied bombings te . « Paar
    The island is to be returned to Henry de Silva, 43, of Maraval, fails.”
    3erman control by next March Trinidad by Mr. Justice Hamil .
    J —Reuter. ton after a jury in the First
    e Port-of-Spain Court found him



    B.G. Governor Asked
    ‘40 Protest Against
    Cuban Sugar Deal

    GEURGELTOWN, B.G Before sentence of death was

    The Manpower Citizens’ Asso-| passed on him Henry de Silva
    ciation of Trade Unions, repre-|said: “I know absolutely nothing
    senting a vast majority of | about the act, I have been framed,|!
    workers in British Guiana’s sugar)and there is a God above who
    industry, today requested Gov-| knows best. | know nothing about

    ernor Sir Charles Woolley to cable! it.”
    of State for the

    the Secretary
    Colonies a protest to His Majesty’
    Government aguinst the

    agreement with Cuba
    would adversely affect sugar pro
    ducing colonies.

    British Guiana Sugar Pro
    ducers’ Association is also pro
    testing.

    The former reminds His

    Majesty’s Government that as

    great trading nation and trustee o:
    the British colonies it cannot a
    one and the same time rightly d«
    business with other
    trary to the best
    colonies held in

    interest of suck
    sacred trust.

    Furthermore, such action would | Ply to the Barbados Knitting and
    Colonials to| Spinning Company which is now;
    disregard by the

    be construed by
    mean complete
    British Socialist Government of its
    moral and contractual obligations
    towards them.

    The M.P.C.A. therefore most
    respectfully beg to enter and
    place on record its solemn ane

    humble protest—(CP).

    Lift Steel Band

    BONN, April 3.
    High



    The Allied
    today lifted the
    production and
    strictions on other
    increase West
    bution to the
    the west,”

    The Commission in a letter to
    Chaneellor Adenauer authorised
    steel production above the old
    limit of 11,100,000 tons a year
    provided the surplus was devoted
    to western rearmament.

    —Reuter,

    BUS STOLEN
    ROME, April 3.

    Police were to-day seeking a
    Pullman bus stolen from a square
    in the centre of Rome,

    The theft was reported by the
    owner of the bu:
    used to take skiers
    to a nearby resort

    limit on
    relaxed re

    Germany's



    from
    ~Reuter

    Bomb On Line

    ROME,



    April 3

    An unexploded bomb was fourd

    on a train line between Rome anc
    Naples today shortly
    train carrying Italian Presiaen
    Einaudi to Naples, was due t{
    pass, the Ministry of the Interio
    reported.—Reuter,







    NO NEED TO ADD
    MILK OR SUGAR
    8oz. and 160z. TINS

    Enjoy it

    & BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT

    | Nec AR AEE er em ON

    signing
    or conclusion or a sugar purchase
    which

    nations con-

    guilty of the murder of Robert
    Chan, shop and parlour keeper of
    Saddle Road, Maraval. H's son
    Adrian de Silva, 20, who was
    }charged with him was acquitted,

    The Crown alleged that the
    father and son acted in consort
    s| With robbery as the motive. The)
    man was attacked and killed. The
    wife of the victim who was also
    attacked recognised her assailant



    -| CA WILL BUY MORE
    CARRIACOU COTTON

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    1 ST. GEORGE'S, March 31.

    f Negotiations have been success
    +| fully entered here between Gov
    ,,ermment and _ representatives of
    the Jamaica Knitting Mills for
    ,| bigger purchases of Carriacou
    cotton in the near future for sup- |





    a subsidiary of the former con

    PAGE THREE



    APPOINTED PERSIAN
    FOREIGN MINISTER

    TEHERAN, April 4
    Adullah Entezam, head of the
    Persian Diplomatic Mission -in
    Germany, has been appointed
    Foreign Minister in Hussain Ala
    Khan’s Cabinet, it was announced

    today. Ala Khan helped the post
    himself

    Abdullah Entezam’s brother
    Nasrollah Entezam is_ Persia's

    delegate to the United Nations.
    —Reuter.





    THE MARCH
    OF THE
    CHILDREN

    Let your Baby, too, join this joyous company
    Health and Happiness on

    From all over the world they come — a growing
    sickness and disease —
    sometimes saved from death!

    And happy Mothers everywhere are saying:

    is nothing quite like this Food—
    there is nothing so good when natural feeding

    cern, There is also a strong like
    lihood of Grenada itself going in
    for cotton cultivation.



    Commission
    steel

    industries to
    contri-
    “common defenee of | Range of the Island,

    which had been
    Rome

    before a

    i|. TRINIDAD EXPECTS
    ;RECORD COCOA CROP |

    (From Our Own Correspondent) |
    PORT-—OF-SPAIN, March 31.
    Trinidad is expected to produce |

    an all-time record cocoa crop this |

    year of 20,000,000 lbs., a promi
    nent agriculturist told newsmen,

    He said that the early rains this

    year had adversely affected most

    parts of Tobago and the Northern

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    when you use Rinso, Its rich
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    out, leaving whites so much
    | whiter, and coloureds so much
    brighter. For better, easier
    washing, always use thorough,
    gentle Rinso.

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    ‘ Thursday, April 5, 1951

    EDUCATION?





    The Debates branch of the
    House of Commons is responsi-
    ble for the official report of De-
    bates , (“House of Commons De-
    bates”). The branch includes a
    division which handles the re-
    porting of standing and special
    committees of the house

    THE decision to order the teaching of
    Latin, Spanish and Mathematics in the
    Elementary Schools of this island has been
    the subject of much criticism and is second
    in unpopularity only to superannuation. It
    is one of a series of unfortunate decisions
    taken within recent times and which have
    had an adverse effect upon the educational
    system of Barbados.

    Elementary schools in this island were

    ‘The present
    lishment of
    is as follows:

    permanent estab-
    the Debates branch

    English

    1 Editor of Debates and Chief
    of Reporting Branch
    Assistant Editor

    : : 7 Parliamenta Reporters
    intended to cater to the needs of the child | ; Scher | Hapacer De iomea nity
    during the first fourteen years of its school ‘ tees oe ‘
    life, In England and other places this need an paar icin a

    was supplied by a series of schools devel-

    oped over a period of years. These included

    the Kindergarten School, the Junior School,

    the Senior School and the Primary School.
    Secondary education was supplied by

    Public Schools and Grammar Schools Jare the men who repott the de-

    which formed the link between the Primary bates ‘of the house, and the

    fen . “Assistant Parliamentary / Re-
    School and the Unix ersity. porters” are those who report the

    French

    1 Editor of Debates

    1 Assistant Editor
    (French)

    2 Parliamentary Reporters

    of Debates

    In Barbados there was the Elementary proceedings of standing and
    School which catered to 20,000 children |$Pécial committees.
    and from these were drawn those who at- Permanent officers of the
    c a iahnole. The i house, including those above-
    tended the secondary schools. e funda- mentioned, are appointed — by
    mental purpose of these schools was to seat nh. nelt
    ‘ under e€ auspices 0 e lvi
    teach the rudiments, popularly known as | Service Commission, They re-
    the Three R’s and many men and women — piper ne fa retire-
    * cae _ . ment, under a contributory § sys-
    holding positions of trust and distinction j|tem,’ The employee ania taites

    had no other education than that supplied
    by the elementary school.

    In recent years however there has been
    a general complaint that the standard of
    education has declined. If there is any
    merit in the complaint it is clear that the
    Elementary Schools have not been fulfill-
    ing their function as wel) as they should.
    If they have not been answering the*public
    demand in this sense it was more than
    unwise to add to the curriculum, subjects
    which would detract further from the effi-
    cient performance of this duty and for
    which the average elementary pupil would
    never have any real need,

    If the facts are faced, it will be seen that
    the average child after attending the Ele-
    mentary School enters ore of the trades
    or becomes an agricultural labourer or in
    the minority of cases wins scholarships and :
    goes on to secondary schools and the uni-
    versities.

    It is useless therefore to add to the
    curriculum of the elementary school until
    one is satisfied that they are carrying out
    efficiently the duties for which they were
    established.

    One of the strongest objections to this |
    addition to the curriculum is that there are
    very few teachers in the Elementary
    Schools qualified to teach the subjects. A
    small number of them have been drafted
    into the service after obtaining the School °
    Certificate at a Secondary School but the’
    majority of them have passed through the
    Pupil Teacher System and were never
    taught Latin or Spanish, During the Jast,
    two years of the training they were, ¢om-
    pelled to do mathematics but many of them
    did so merely because it was compulsory.

    The job of the elementary school is to
    teach the great mass of children to read
    and write English correctly and to do arith-
    metic. The job of teaching them foreign lan-
    guages is the work of the secondary schools
    and the implied criticism is that thesé Séc-
    ondary Schools are not performing their:
    work satisfactorily. Even if they were not
    the remedy is not to be found in burdening
    the Elementary Teacher with something
    which he or she was not trained todo, And
    even if it was properly done by them the
    children to whom they are teaching lan-
    guages will have no need of it.

    Not a few people wonder what is the
    design behind the change or whether it was
    an experiment which has turned out to be
    a collossal blunder. Whatever the truth of
    the matter it is clearly a great disadvantage
    to the people of this island who have been
    demanding better education for their chil-
    dren. To teach a smattering of languages
    in the Elementary School is to cater to | will not only find that'the history
    snobbery without receiving any advantage | f his own community, seen in

    : its proper perspective, becomes
    from it. far more intelligible, but she

    ~

    six per cent of his annual salary,
    and the treasury contributes a
    similar percentage, Contributions
    cease after thirty-five years. Re-
    tirement is compulsory at sixty-
    five, unless in special cases the
    term is extended by order in
    council, Retired employees re-
    ceive séven-tenths of their annual
    salary for the last ten years
    multiplied by the number of years
    of service,



    The «permanent staff includes
    also a clerk of index and a clerk
    of revision, the former preparing
    the index to the bound edition,
    and thé latter the revised pages
    for the bound edition,

    ¥ ; ;
    Each: reporter is provided with
    an expért typist, The house re-
    porters ‘dictate the material direct



    LONDON.
    ~A revolutionary change in, the
    history syllabus for the Oversea
    School. Certificate and Higher
    School Certificate Examinations
    of the University of Cambridge
    has been decided upon in respect
    of Caribbean area candidates,











    Following conSultation with
    the. West Indian Students’ Union
    .the University of Cambridge
    Local Syndicate has decided that
    in. 1952, and thereafter, a history
    paper will be set specially’ for
    candidates in the West Indies.
    The purpose of this will be to
    test the candidate’s knowledge of
    the history of his home area.

    itherto the history papers did
    ot deal with particular Colonial
    territories,

    . The Cambridge Syndicate have
    also decided to include among
    the book list for West Indian
    students, “Capitalism and Slav~
    ery” by Dr. Eric Williams, the
    famous West Indian historian;
    Professor Arthur Lewis, another
    distinguished West Indian, will
    be among the examiners appoin-
    {ted by the University of Cam-
    bridge.

    The West Indies’ panel was led
    by Mr, Rawle Farley, President
    of the West Indian Students’
    Union and a research student in
    history. The meeting was pre-
    sided over by Dr. T. G. Spear of
    Selwyn College, Cambridge, and
    among those present was Dr.
    J, L. Brereton, Secretary to tne
    Syndicate, anq organiser of the
    administrative work connected
    with the Oversea Examinations.

    Many of WISU’s recommenda-
    tions were adopted, I am informed.

    The .Syndicate Committee felt
    that for a proper understanding
    of local history, it is also neces-
    sary for the West Indian candidate
    to have a general knowledge of
    the wider historical. settitig in
    which his community has devel-
    oped. In this way, the student





    Barbados N eceds

    Hansard

    Cambridge University Oversea Examination



    Change In History Syilabus

    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    THURSDAY, APRIL. 5,

    1951





    Choosing Parliamentary |
    Candidates

    By GUY EDEN

    Political Editor of the “Daily Express”,

    CHOICE of candidates for Britain’s Par-
    liament is a slow, deliberate and careful
    process. Each constituency has its own
    special needs and characteristics, and it is es-
    sefitial—if the Member is to be a success—
    that he shall satisfy them as far as possible.


















    to the typist, Committee reporters house, the change is made in
    use dictating machines the original statement for the

    The house reporters take turns bound edition, and the remarks
    of ten minutes, six to the hour. of the member in the house ap-
    A bell in the office rings auto- pear under thé daily “Contents,’
    matically every ten minutes as a On a page which ‘is not incor-

    signal to the next reporter to porated in the bound edition.
    take his turn, The copy is typed.

    Also PENCILS FOR MARKING GLASS
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    read and revised if necessary by , Members “perinitted to ob |5° it is that, in all parties, the greatest von

    the reporter, and sent in to the tain Heres of ings vidua ]|is taken to choose men and women who will, EASY ON THE EYE
    editor’s office for further check- Speeches, at cost (estimated b: |; ‘ . ;

    ing and preparation ‘eke the the printers.) These ‘must b |‘ truth, represent their constituency in the

    printer. ordered within about ten day: |Legislature. At the same time, the processes

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    In Barbados three reporters from the time of delivery of th
    taking turns of 20 minutes each Speech in the house. Copy fo
    would be adequate for loca) reprints and orders therefor g&
    needs, The Editor of Canada through the Debates Office.

    Hansard has worked in hour :
    shifts on many occasions, The typewritten copy ‘for thr
    printer is prepared on a “set’
    The daily edition is printed at which con: of an_ origina
    night at the Government Print- sheet, a_ stencil, and a “blue’
    ing bureau and delivered the sheet, The “set” is perforatec
    next morning at about ten near the top and when the cop}
    o’clock. All proofreading of the comes {fom the reporter it is sep-
    galleys for the daily edition is arated, the original going to the
    done by the printers. The bound editor, the stencil to a duplicating

    of demoeracy. are fully protected, and the
    local party organisations have their full say
    before they are committed to supporting a
    candidate.

    All three principal political parties in the
    United Kingdom follow the same process in
    selecting candidates. There can, of course,
    se independent candidates, owing allegiance
    to no party and standing on policies of their



















    of various designs to suit reading and standard Lamps.

    ooition’ is ismued tero or threo mathing, ana the “blue” sheet 1 2Wm- So-long as they can secure enough ey will provide both beauty and comfort in your
    months after the close of the the outside office for use of mem:|!ocal backing to provide nominators, they Home.
    session. , bers who may wish to read thei

    are free to stand for election. But the num-
    ser of independent candidates elected to
    ?arliament is very small—the general ten-
    jency is for the electors to vote for those who
    stand for a clearly-defined party policy.

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    Each issue of the daily edition jy the office for the purpose o

    contains a page of “Contents,” supplying thirty copies to thr
    press gallery «as the materia
    | comes from the reporters. Thi
    is unedited copy, merely for th:

    The information in this article

    the

    was supplied te “Barbados information of the press, and i ‘ : seh
    Advocate” by the Editer of Can- | n ide ayy » , choice of candidates is in| §-~
    ada’s Hansard in Gia fate of | not to be quoted as “Hansard In every case



    Commons in Ottawa.

    the hands of the local party organisations,
    put all three parties retain some measure of
    headquarters control over the selection. This
    s of a purely negative character—the head-
    yuarters can insist only on refusing to con-
    firm a candidature, and cannot insist that any

    The index to:the bound editior
    is elaborate and detailed, For
    inside front cover, in which all five or six months’ session it is
    statements and questions under £¢patate book of approximatel,
    routine proceedings, all stages of 250 pages, The preliminary page
    bills and motions considered, etc,, ©! thé index volume lists th
    are indicated with page numbers members of the ministry



    ant



    so that the matters c ; ; parliamentary assistants; princi :
    on that day can he readily lacied pal officers of the House o |particular candidate be adopted. They can,
    up. Commons; an alphabetical lis

    in other words, refuse to endorse and sup-

    Now in Stock...
    port Mr. X—but they cannot demand that
    Mr. Y be the candidate instead. -

    : GLOSSY FINISH
    HEADQUARTERS . a P L A S T I .

    It is rare, indeed, that the choice of a local,
    party organisation is rejected by headquart,

    THE CORRECT MATERIAL
    FOR MAKING

    ers. If it is, the local officials aree told,‘ ‘in
    HANDBAGS

    strict confidence, the reasons for theyrefusal,
    in the following colours —



    of constituencies with member
    Members may see their speeches therefor. Lists of ministry, par
    in typescript in the Debates liamentary assistants and mem
    Office before they are sent to the bers are annotated to show al
    printer, It is a rule of the house changes which have taken _placé
    that only minor corrections or since the publication of the las
    alterations may be made. All such index — appointments, resigna
    changes are’ checked by the tions, ete.
    editors before being incorporated
    in the copy which goes to the
    printer,



    “Hansard” is available to thr
    public at a cost (estimated b;
    the printers) of $3 per session

    The house reporters have desks Extra copies’ may be ordered b;
    on the floor of the chamber, Only members of the public at 5 cent:
    one reporter takes notes at a each or $3.75 per hundred. Mem-
    time. A French reporter is al- bers are entitled to sixteen copie:
    ways at his desk in the chamber without charge during the ses
    in case there are French speeches. Sion; fourteen are sent out direct-
    ly to persons designated by th«
    member, and two are for the
    the members’ files in the house,

    and in some cases a different local choice is
    made. If, in spite of the refusal, the local
    candidate goes forward for election, he will
    receive no support from party headquarters,
    no prominent party speakers will attend his
    meetings and no literature will be issued
    from headquarters. If elected he will not be
    regarded as a member of the party. Because
    ot this, local parties in such cases usually
    take the advice of headquarters and choose
    a different candidate.

    Before any name is submitted to head-
    quarters for approval or rejection, a long
    process of selection is carried out locally. A
    small committee is usually formed, to decide
    what type of candidate would best suit the
    needs of the constituency, for instance some-
    one with a knowledge of local industries.

    wi Havin i 4 i ,
    ctpiten ang? wader tae. deraiins g decided the type of candidate they
    ment of the social services and seek, the same few officials—often two or
    recent social, economic and con-|three of the leading figures in the local party
    stitutional developments with ill pe
    special reference to federation, ce prepare a list of men and women who

    >have some reputation locally in the handling

    For the purposes of Secti B. : :
    the knowledge of the candidate| Of local government affairs, hospital manage-|
    no be expected to be of an] ment, or other public work.
    outline nature only. He will be : »
    expected to have some knowledge INTERVIEWING THE CANDIDATES
    of European history from 1453— While this preliminary process of selection
    attention being concentrated upOn | jc j i + ao
    the Reciaissanne’ the Reformation | 2 20ing on, the local officials may ask wheth-
    and Counter-Reformation, the]er party headquarters wish to suggest any
    rise of Nationalism, the French 7
    Revolution within Europe and ne Usually, * tow ane offered, and these
    the Expansion of Europe without,| 0 0n to the list of “possible” candidates,

    Tha. conattate whl): dies kee Then a slightly larger body, the Executive
    expected ito have some know-| Committee of the local party interviews each
    edge of the history of the west- j . ; :
    Sit Wirhiaghaxe, a athena possible candidate, and forms a view on his
    will require to be specially direc-|0r her general abilities, political orthodox
    ted to the rise of the American] and outlook -
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    GUR READERS SAY:

    Football

    To. the Editor, The Advocate—

    Sir.—I notice from the report
    of the B.A.F.A’s Annual General
    meeting, that this august body has
    surpassed themselves this year in
    terms of ingratitude. Mr, F. L.
    Walcott must feel very pleased
    over the fact of his tenacity at
    long last producing results, hut I
    am glad to see certain members
    were aware of the obligations
    which the B.A.F.A. owe Mr. E, K.
    Walcott—the least they could have
    done in return would have been to
    make him an Hon. Life Member.

    It seems strange reading to have
    the admitted fact that owing to
    the non-attendance of the Mem-
    bers of the Disciplinary Com-
    mittee, several players were al-
    lowed-to go ‘scot free” after be-
    ing reported to the Secty. by the
    Referee Association. One is at a
    loss to understand what the
    B.A.F.A. really stands for in re-
    lation to upholding the game of
    Football as it should be played

    The highlight of the Secretary's
    report is that he states the, 1950
    Season was the best financial one
    since 1910, but fails to mention
    the fact that both the 1949 and





    h
    1950 seasons the B.A.F.A, had
    nothing to do with the running
    of the game other than to make
    fixtures and receive 40% of the
    gate money. All the donkey work
    attached to a football season, be-
    ing done by Pickwick Cricket
    Club under the terms of the then
    existing arrangement. Is it any
    wonder that the B.A.¥.A. doesn’t
    need an Auditor for their financial
    report. As Mr. Ward aptly puts
    it, the simplicity of the figures
    could be appreciated.

    There is no doubt that the
    B.A.F.A, has to thank Mr, Coppin
    for their rosy state.of finances, as
    it was the firm stand he adopted
    in refusing to play in the Park
    which caused the transfer to
    Kensington, and the present Bank
    Balance shows the appreciation of
    the Public. ae

    Thanking you, Mr.
    your indulgence,

    Yours truly,
    JOHN H. SHANNON,
    Tenby, Rockley.
    2.4.51

    Editor, for

    Aquatics
    SIR,—I should like by this
    means to correct the general im-
    pression that the Northern Schools

    are all unaware of the impértance
    of aquatic sports...-.,

    On: -Thursdayâ„¢25th of January
    this year the. Coleridge Schoo!
    held its tirst aquatic sports /meet-
    ing, using the pier kindly lent
    by the management of Planta-
    tions, Ltd, Speightstown. As the
    undertaking was partly an ex-
    periment the public was not in-
    vited,- but an informal invitation
    was sent to one of your reporters
    who did not find it convenient to
    attend, The results were later
    forwarded to him, but as far as
    I know they were not published,

    As far as Water Polo is_con-
    cerned, we have yet to recéive
    an invitation to take part in a
    tournament,

    G. C, MILLAR.
    Headmaster (Ag).
    Coleridge School,
    St. Peter,

    April 2, 1951.
    Inter-schooal Sports

    SIR—-At the 1S.S. just con-
    cluded, the Hon. G, B. Evelyn
    M.L.C. congratulated Lodge
    School on their fine win and
    heped that in the coming year
    there would be an even closer
    finish between this school and
    Harrison College. His excellency

    The

    Sir William Savage hoped
    Combermere School would also
    lend excitement to the keen
    struggle for championship,

    The honourable gentleman,
    however, committéd only a par-
    donable faux-pas, for the 1.S.S.
    have long since degenerated (1
    use the word with strong feeling)
    inte a struggle between these
    three contestants. The fault lies
    elsewhere, Why has the degen-
    eration been suffered to exist”

    As I see it, it is a question Of
    cutright blindness to, or total
    ignorance of a sense of “Relativ-
    ity of Merit.” I see no reason
    why Foundation, Coleridge, Parry
    and Alleyne ought not to be
    able to make a bold bid for
    Championship.

    _ Let us examine the glarin;
    facts of the case:— Pupils of
    Lodge School. and Harrison
    College remain in school up to
    the age of 20; all other schools
    up to the age of 18 (Comber-
    mere’s Victories of yore are meres
    ly the result of great numbers
    from which to choose), This
    boy of 18 + to 20 — competes
    with the other school boy of 16

    to 18

    of

    that

    exceptional athletic ability in

    ~

    Except in the rare case -

    the latter boy, the
    a_foregone conclusion,

    Hence Harrison College and
    Lodge School begin with an ad-
    vantage. Let us grant them the
    laurels bestowed upon them at
    the hands of smiling Fortune.
    But behold the incongruity of
    the regulations governing the
    award ~ of points. Under the
    present system, this bearded giant
    gets nine (9) points—regardless
    of the mediocrity, or otherwise,
    of his performance. The other-
    school produces a brilliant athlete
    of, say 10 or 11 years old; he lops
    a second from or adds an inch to
    the previous record, The Advo.
    eate blazons his name across the
    front page in bold block letters.
    The Headmasters’ Committee (for
    they, I am told, are the competent
    authority in the matter of
    points) anticipates this and not
    to be outdone in generosity of
    recognition awards him the hand-
    some and princely sum of three
    (3) points. Where is the sense of

    result js

    equity? Did not this little fel-
    low use, relatively speaking,
    more energy than the lad of 19

    or 20 years? Why the difference
    nay the fantastic difference in
    awarding him points?

    It is a serious deterrent to the
    culture of the best athletes; and
    it is hardly justice,

    If the aim is to give the Cham-
    pionship to H.C... LS, (or CS
    with the numerical advantage)
    there is really no need for sur
    great fear, .

    (1) They have greater num-
    bers, therefore — wider
    possibilities,

    (2) Their Division I boys
    have a decided advan-
    tage, They will win.

    (3). They are always

    “in particular) tappin;
    the resources of the
    other-schools, But at
    least, we can prevent the
    scoring results from
    militating with sucl
    scandalous presistency
    against, the efforts oi
    the other-schools,

    Ichallenge the Headmasters’
    Committee to enlighten the ques-
    tioning public and myself as te
    what form of justice (hidden tc

    CHC

    us) underlies this system _ 0!
    awarding points, Why not stan-
    dardise the points irrespective of
    age?

    RIVERSIDE REX
    April 2, 1951.





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    APRIL 5,

    1951

    Threatening Letter Case
    Enters Fourth Day

    THE FOURTH DAY of the trial of David Van Puttin whom
    the police have charged with uttering a threatening letter
    to Aubrey Birch of Dayrells Road, demanding money will
    continue today at the Court of Grand fescions. The prose-
    cution had not finished calling witnesses yesterday when
    His Honour the Acting Chief Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor ad-

    journed the case,

    Puttin is alleged to have written
    Birch a threatening letter, de-
    manding $6,000. The money was
    to have been placed at a certain
    place near Birch’s home.

    Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor
    General, is prosecuting the case
    for the Crown. -Mr. E. W. Bar-
    row isthe defence counsel.

    On the first day of trial
    evidence was given. A legal
    point as to the admissibility of
    certain, statements being given
    as evidence arose and on the
    second day and part of yester-
    day, defence counsel and the
    Crown, prosecutor addressed the
    Court on whether the statements
    could be given. The Chicf
    Justice ruled that the statements
    could be given as evidence
    Mr. Barrow argued that Puttin

    had been arrested and asked to
    give q statement without being
    eautioned. He had been induced
    and threatened to give a statement
    and it was only after five and a
    half hours of such intimidation
    and when he was exhausted that
    Puttin gave a statement. Any
    inducement, promise or threat
    would be a strong factor in biassing
    Puttin to give a statement and
    for those reasons such a statement
    should not be given as evidence.

    ‘Under Arrest ©

    Before ruling that such a state-
    ment could be given in evidence,
    the Acting Chiet Justice said that
    the first reason which had been
    urged for the reduction of the
    evidence was that Puttin had heen
    asked by Cpl. Devonish to come
    on to the Criminal Investigating
    Department, Puttin asked
    whether that meant that he was
    under arrest and Devonish said
    that it meant so,

    Fr m the evidence he could not
    conclude that Devonish admitted
    that Puttin -was-under arrest.

    He was satisfied that there was
    no violence, Far from that Put-
    tin had been treated kindly by the
    police, giving him cigarettes and
    beer. What he did find was that
    Puttin had been detained too long
    by the police in the C.I.D. and he
    could not too strongly condemn it.
    But it appeared that from 3 p.m _ to
    8 p.m. the police engaged in the
    case had been completing his in -
    vestigations.

    According to Inspector Frank-
    lyn’s evidence, after he drew
    Puttin’s attention to the similarity
    of the hand writing on the en-
    velope and that in the letter, Put-
    tin clapped him on his shoulder,
    smiled and told him he would say
    everything.

    Mr, Barrow was arguing that
    Cpl. Devonish’s “let’s hear what
    you have to say,” amounted to a
    threat, but he did not agree with
    that. He would condemn it as an

    improper way of making his
    investigations.

    Evidence Not Induced

    He did nox feel he would be justi-
    fied in holding that the evidence
    was induced and he was fortified in
    his conclusion by the cross-
    examination of Cpl. Devonish, By
    that, he meant that there was no
    long croSs-examination as to the
    improper questions put to him by
    Devonish.

    He therefore found that the
    stateménts were voluntary state-
    ments and could be given’ in
    evidence,

    The evidence for the prosecu-
    tion was thea recommen ed.

    Inspector Franklyn said that
    Puttin had told him that he had
    addressed the envelope but had
    net written the letter which it
    contained. He crew to Puttin’s
    attention that the “b” on the
    envelope and the “bs” in the
    letter were similar, Puttin looked
    at them, clapped him on_ his
    shoulder and told him that he was
    a master and he would tell him all,

    He told Sgt. Phillips to record
    the statement, He was not present
    when the statement was recorded.

    At this stage another legal
    point arose—whether Franklyn
    should give in evidence an

    alleged admission by Puttin of a
    similar instance in which he
    demanded money. The Chief
    Justice will give his ruling on that
    question today.

    Winfield Toppin, baker of the
    Bay Land, said that he knew Put-
    tin for_a short while. On February
    26 at about 8 p.m. he saw Puttin
    cceming from the Garrison riding
    a bicycle, Puttin called him and
    osked him whether he wanted to
    work for a dollar.

    A Dollar’s Worth

    He said he would like to work
    for the dollar and Puttin told him
    to get on the bicycle. Puttin took
    him on the cycle to Dayrells
    Poad. He showed him a parcel by
    the sign post which was marked
    Dayrelis Road and told him that
    he wanted him to remove it for
    him. The parcel was wrapped in
    newspaper.

    He carried him further on to
    the monument on that road and
    then put him off. Puttin told him
    to him by the gasoline station at
    Bush Hill. He went back for the
    parcel and when he took it up and
    had walked about four feet, he
    was arrested by policemen.

    A case was brought against him
    and it was subsequently with-
    drawn

    Under cross-examination, Top-
    pin admitted that a policeman had
    promised him that if he would give
    evidence in the case things would
    be made easy for him.

    He said that he had asked Put-
    tin, before they left for Dayrells

    Road, whether he wanted to put
    him in a tran. He denied that the
    idea of the “trav’’ had only come
    to him after he had been arrested,

    He was about six feet from the
    post Where the parcel was when
    Puttin stopped and showed it to
    him.

    Ronald Phillips, a joiner of Brit-
    tons Hill who next gave evidence
    said that on January 26 at about
    7.15 p.m. he was at the North
    Gate corner when he saw Puttin
    arrive on a bicycle, take up Top.

    pin and go in the direction of the
    Garrison riding.

    He remained there about 15 min-
    utes and then went towards Day-
    relis Road. When he was getting
    to the Garrison he saw that Top-
    pin was arrested by some police-
    men. He knew Toppin for a long
    time and he knew Puttin for about
    four to five years. He was about
    six feet from Puttin when Toppin
    got om the bicycle bar. He did not
    hear what Toppin and Puttin said
    nor who addressed the other first.

    Today the prosecution will con-
    tinue to call witnesses. The jury
    are empanelled.

    Misadventure
    CORONER'S Jury reiurned a
    verdict of “death by misad-

    venture” when an inquiry into the
    vireumstances surrounding the
    death of Aubrey Nurse was con-
    cluded at Holetown Police Station
    yesterday.

    Nurse, a tractor driver of Peter-
    kins Land, St. Michael, was
    ploughing a field at Oxnards
    Plantation when the tractor fell
    into Oxnards Gully,

    Mr. Keith Deane, Manager of
    the plantation, was sitting on the
    fender but escaped uninjured.
    The tractor fell on Nurse and he
    ded on the spot,

    Dr. C. C. Clarke, who perform-
    ed the post mortem examination,
    attributed death to shock and
    haemorrhage. The inquiry took
    place before Mr. S. H. Nurse,
    Coroner of District “E’’ and Hole-
    ‘own,

    EON FARLEY, a cyclist of

    Workman's Street, St.
    George, was taken to the General
    Hospital yesterday evening and
    detained suffering frem’ injuries
    to his left foot,

    Farley was injured after an
    accident occurred at Charles
    Rowe Bridge, St, George at about
    5.30 p.m, between a motor car
    driven by Allan Bailey and two
    bicyeles, one owned by Kirton
    Jessamy and the other by Farley,
    Both bicycles were extensively
    damaged,

    HE WALL which runs along

    the centre of “the window by



    the sea”, opposite the General
    Hospital, is now being. taken
    down. Labourers could be seen

    working on it during this week.

    This is the first move that was
    made on this spot for a long time,
    First the houses were sold out and
    the debris cleared,

    It is expected that when work
    on this spot is completed many
    seats will be placed there to
    accommodate outpatients and vis-
    itors to the General Hospital.

    N TFUESDAY the District “A”
    Police Station was crowded
    with Barbadians who were inter-
    ested in getting out of the island.
    The crowd—all men—numbered
    over 200 and they wanted to join
    the Grenada Police Force.

    From these, twenty were picked
    out to take examinations. Major
    R, Stoute, Deputy Commissioner,
    and Capt. Armstrong, Superin-
    tendent-in-charge Police Training
    School, were the examiners, Eight
    men were finally selected and
    they will soon leave the island
    for Grenada.

    OW that Morgan Lewis Bay
    has become so popular with
    holiday revellers the owners of
    the land are contemplating build-
    ing a good road, leading down
    to the beach. Perhaps this road
    will be completed for the next set

    of holiday makers ' (after the
    Whitsuntide) who go to Morgan
    Lewis.

    Britain Has
    More Medicine
    Drinkers
    From FRED DOERFLINGER

    LONDON.

    Britain officially is in danger of
    becoming a nation of medicine
    drinkers.

    The Assistant Secretary to the
    Ministry of Health, Miss E. M.
    Russell-Smith; told’ the London
    Executive Council of the National
    Health Service that Britons are
    drinking more and more medicine

    She added:

    “IT feel there is a danger of a
    national habit, which might per-
    haps be called the bottle habit,
    developing here,”

    Miss Russell-Smith said that in
    1949—the first full year of the
    National Health Service, inaugur-
    ated ‘in July, 1948—the nation
    consumed 202 million bottles of
    medicine, or about four bottles
    for every man, women and child.

    In 1950, she added, it was 218
    million bottles, “something in the
    nature of 21. million pints, which
    seemed to be a little bit heavy,
    even if it were beer.”

    “It is difficult to feel that we
    can really be all that much the
    vetter for it.

    Doctor's Orders

    “If only we can get it over to
    the people that it is so much more
    important to attend to what the
    doctor says than to feel that one
    cannot get better without some-
    thing to take, we would make a
    very great contribution to the
    national health, ang incidentally,
    to the national exchequer.”

    Under Britain’s comprehensive
    National Health Service all medi-
    cines prescribed by a doctor regis—
    tered with the service are “free”
    to the general public.

    The Ministry of Health, since
    July, 1948, has twice revised the
    list of drugs and medicines which
    can be prescribed under the ser-
    vice in an effort to cut costs.

    Soon after the National Health
    Service was. inaugurated, hun-
    dreds of reports appeared in the
    British press of Britons receiving
    gin, whiskey, beer, wines, tonics,
    soft drinks. arid other items as
    free prescriptions. :

    There has been a considerable
    tightening up in recent months
    but observers contend that the
    free prescription service is still
    “considerably abused”.—I.N.S,





    A UNIT of the Barbados Mounted Police, carrying ,
    the car with HLR.H. Princess Alice to the race cdune tine

    visit to this colony last year.

    Local Mounted Police
    Will Give Musical Ride

    At World Winter Fair
    If Government Approves

    EIGHTEEN Mounted Policemen and their horses wll give
    a Musical Ride at the World Winter Fair if the Barbados
    This detachment of the Barbacos
    Mounted Police will travel to Canada by sea.
    5 a a $ The -World Winter

    Government approves.

    Budget
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    IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, March.



    British rumour mills are
    busy grinding out new tax
    “details” of a rearmament

    budget expected to be pre-
    sented by Chancello: of the
    Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell
    next April 10 to an already
    heavily-taxed nation.

    Gaitskell is faced with the prob—
    lem of finding additional millions
    of dollars to meet rearmamen+
    demands without cutting back
    socialization or harming Britain’s
    export programme.

    Financial quarters, basing their
    forecasts on what they believe to
    be definite straws in the wind.
    predicted that the following taxa--
    tion increases most likely would
    be made: ,

    An inerease in income tax

    bringing the income tax basic

    rate to almost 50 per cent of
    every dollar of earned income

    Hiking of the cigarette tax by

    upwards of 14 cents, making the

    cost to smokers around 63 cent:

    a pack.

    A heavy increase in the gasoline

    duty which would make gasoline

    at least fifty cents and possiblv

    60 cents a gallon,

    Drastic increases in Government
    sales taxes, the so-called “pur
    chase tax,” aimed at cutting down
    consumer demand, making it more
    expensive to buy luxury goods,
    and easier for factories to turn
    over to war production, Already
    some of these taxes equal 100 pe-
    cent of the retail price.

    A percentage increase in inher-
    itance taxes affecting the remain-
    ing large fortunes to a major ex-
    tent and smaller fortunes on a
    graduated scale.

    Either an increase in the rates
    cf income surtax paid on earned
    incomes of over $5,800 a year, or
    the application of a new scale
    whereby incomes cf more than
    $4,200 a year would be subject
    to surtax,

    The old Socialist threat of a so-
    ealled levy on capital was again
    being raised although there was
    nothing definite to confirm this as
    being among Gaitskell’s intentions.

    Strong Support

    Stronger support was found for
    suggestions, that the tax on com-
    pany profits will be hiked substan-
    tially in view of Socialist Party
    belief that rearmament will re-
    sult in huge ngofits for a variety
    of manufacturing companies.

    There was, however, a section of
    informed opinion which preferred
    to believe that Gaitskell will be
    reluctant to kill the goose that he
    knows will have to lay even heav-
    ier golden eggs in the second and
    third years of the British rearm-
    ament programme,

    This realization, it. was asserted,
    might persuade the Chancellor to
    treat direct taxation leniently and
    ecnecentrate on muleting profit-
    earners and automobile users—
    both favourite targets of the So-
    cialist Party.

    Taxation clauses in a new
    budget are kept completely secret
    until the delivery of the Chancel-
    lor’s budget speech. That, means
    that the British public will become
    more and more jittery as April 10
    approaches and the rumours of
    Gaitskell’s intentions are multi-
    plied —INS.

    FISHING BOATS
    NEED REPAIRS

    Just behind the Pavilion on
    the Princess Alice Playing Field
    there are about five dilapidated
    fishing boats. Some of them
    have been lying there for years.
    Most of them have lost their
    keels and masts.

    One man whe is an owner of
    one of these boats told the
    Advocate yesterday that owing to
    financial problems he hag not
    been able to start repairs on his
    boat

    He has tried to obtain a_ loan
    from the Government, but since
    he has sent in the application he
    has heard nothing.



    |



    |

    BARBAD(

    }

    course during her

    Far Starts
    at Toronto, Canada on October 15
    It will be held for a week at cach
    cf these cities—Toronto, New York
    and Pittsburgh. The Com-nissione:
    ot Police has also written the
    directors of this Fair giv.ng them
    details of costs, etc, He has in
    formed them that he is prepared
    to allow the detachment of the
    Barbados Mounted Police to do the
    Musical Ride at the World Fair,
    previded the directors of the Fax
    pay all expenses.

    The local Mounted
    equipped with 22 horses. Th¢
    strength is one Sargeant, tw«
    Corporals and 18 Constables. At
    all the District Stations there ar¢
    detachments from the Mounted
    Branch and they perform very
    valuable work. patrolling in area
    where Constables on foot would
    find it impossible to go

    3ranch is



    Fine Condition

    All the horses were imporied
    from Canada, Three new hors
    arrived last year and tw will

    come next month, They are yer
    smart in appearance and kept in
    good condition by the men Why
    bathe, train and feed them.

    The oldest horse of the branch
    is “Copper’, which is at present
    stationed at District "C’ Station.
    He recently saw his twenty-first
    birthday and is still very strong

    The horses are trained to give
    display rides, Before these ride:
    take place both horses and men 4
    about three weeks of hard train
    ing.

    Every year, during the month
    of October, all the mounted men
    and their horses meet at the Ds
    trict “A” Police Station to take a
    strenuous course, which includes
    teaching: the horses to jump

    At any special function, such as
    the Opening of the House of
    Assembly, B.T.C. Race: and
    Ceremonial Parades, detachments
    of the Mounted Police accompany

    His Excellency the Gorerno

    In charge of the Mounted Pol ce
    is Lance Sargeant FitzHerbert
    Bancroft. He has been with this
    branch for the past eighteen years
    and served at nearly all the Distric
    Stations throughout the island. He
    was highly commended for the
    turn out at the Annual Exhibition
    1948, when he rode the mare
    “Da'nty”, \

    Race Horses Unsuitable
    |

    Lance Sargeant Bancroft told}
    the Advocate yesterday that rac¢
    horses ate not suitable for the
    Mounted Branch. Many years ago
    they tried out a race horse
    Jonathan Gee. He was with the

    two weeks, but eventually he did

    Mounted Branch on approval tid |
    not get into the service.

    Barbadians are mainly attracted
    by the Musical Ride Whenever
    there is a Ceremonial Parade and
    this Ride is on the programme
    there is a large turn out. For this
    Ride the horses are highly trained
    and as a visitor to the island once |
    said, “he has never seen its equal
    in any part of the world.”

    At present the Mounted Branch |
    is divided as follows Five
    horses and four men at District)
    “A"—one spare horse, three horses |
    and men at District “B"’, a similai
    amount at Districts “C", “D” and
    “E” and four horses and men at
    District “F", the most hilly of thel
    districts.



    | Which is now at that port loading
    3,400 tons of sugar for Liverpool,

    Le at the sugar factories of |
    | by

    | )

    |

    |

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    IS ADVOCATE

    Training Centre For

    Blind Will Be Opened
    At Hurd Memorial Hall

    THE ASSOCIATION for the

    last meeting held on January 10, 1951 decided to open a
    small centre where selected blind students could be trained
    in handerafts by a blind Barbadian who had been for ten
    months to a Centre in Trinidad and is now qualified to

    teach,



    Speightstown
    Will Ship 20,000
    Tons Of Sugar.

    ships will be calling at

    | Speightstown during this crop to

    jtake supplies of sugar for the
    | United Kingdom,
    The Harrison liner Craftsman

    at present taking the first ship-/
    ment of 20,000 tons of sugar ex-
    pected to be shipped from
    Speightstown this year,

    All the sugar shipped out of |
    Barbados from this little port is



    the leeward parishes, i
    Of the apyroximate total of;
    20,000 tons produced at these fac- |
    during 1950,
    handled at

    tories
    were
    The

    17,000
    Speightstown,
    remainder was transported
    lorries to Bridgetown, from
    where it was shipped out of the
    island.

    Messrs. R. & G
    Co., Ltd., and Messrs
    Ltd

    tons |

    Challenor &
    Plantations
    handle all the shipping from

    sugar produced in the leeward
    parishes There was no need for
    transporting some of the sugar to
    Bridgetown for shipment,

    The harbour, he said, was well
    sheltered and the bay good. Ships
    could ceme within a
    distance of the shore,



    reasonable

    It seemed fair that the harbour

    should benefit by handling all the] students will

    produce at that end. Added to this,
    it was a boon to the. workers of
    Speightstown,

    Speightstown
    for handling

    has the facilities
    the 20,000 tons of
    sugar that are produced in the
    leeward parishes. There are suf-
    ficient bonds and four piers while
    lighters, barges and schooners are
    used to convey the sugar to the
    steamships,

    Although the use of trollies to
    take the sugar from the bonds to
    the lighters waiting alongside the
    wharf is a bit slower than the
    method used in the shipping of
    sugar ‘nr Bridgetown, yet ships
    taking Sugar at Speigitsiown are
    quickly dispatched,

    Conductor Fitied
    £4 For Overloading

    LIONEL,
    conductor
    Joseph,
    guilty by
    Walwyn,
    of District
    bus.

    For this offence Maloney
    ordered to pay a fine of #4 and
    2/- costs or in default two
    months’ imprisonment. The fine
    is to be paid by monthly instal-
    £1

    MALONEY, a_ bus

    of Sugar Hill, St,

    was yesterday found
    His Worship Mr. C, L,

    Acting Police Magistrate
    “Ay

    of overloading a

    was



    ments of
    Maloney was

    per month,
    not representeo
    by counsel. Sgt. Forde attached
    to the Traffic Branch of Central
    Station prosecuted for the Police.
    Chief witness in the case was
    Police Constable 349 Lashley, who
    told the court that on Mareh 12
    while on duty he saw the motor
    bus approaching him and it ap-
    peared to be overloaded, After it
    stopped and some school children
    had left it, he counted 37 adults
    He asked the conductor to count!
    also but be bluntly refused to do
    so, He then reported the matter.
    Set. Forde looking at Maloney’s
    record told the court that he has
    seven previous convictions for
    overloading and on the last con-
    viction on May 19, 1950, he was
    fined 30 in one month or one
    month’s imprisonment by His
    Worship Mr. Ff. A- McLeod

    Seeds Due Today

    Mr. C. C. Skeete, Director of
    Agriculture, told the Advocate
    yesterday that a consignment of
    seeds from the U.S.A., is due to
    arrive in Barbados to-day.

    This consignment includes bean
    seeds which are in short supply.
    The Director said that the reason
    for the shortage was due to the
    unprecedented demand for them
    at this time of the year owing to
    the unusual weather conditions.

    The Department orders seeds at
    regular intervals from the U.S.A.,
    but they have no control over the
    date on which they are despatched
    or the time they take to travel
    here, Sometimes they are longei
    in coming than they expect.



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    scriptions or donations will be
    most gratefully received ane
    acknowledged. They should be
    sent to the Financial Treasurer

    Speightstown.

    A local shipping agent told the
    Advocate yesterday that Speights-
    town was able to and should bej
    handling the shipping of all the












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    As a result, and through the
    courtesy of the Staff Officer of the
    Barbados Regiment, a room ha:
    been made temporarily availab!¢
    in the Garrison where the teacher
    is selecting pupils for the full
    course. This preliminary perioc
    will last for about a fortnign,
    after which it is proposed to open
    a regular school in the Hurd
    Mamoria] Hall, James Street, when
    students. will report daily tor!
    group teaching, The Committce}
    of the Association is very grate ul
    to the Methodist Property Coni-
    mittee which has made the
    premises available free of charge}
    for this purpose. Arrangements
    are now being completed for
    equipping the Hurd Memorial Hall
    as a Centre, and the official date
    of opening will be announced
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    by

    Association for the Blind, thi
    Deaf, and the Dumb, c/o Socia
    Welfare Office, Garrison.

    Wireless Set

    The Committee would like to
    provide the Centre with a wire-
    less set. Apart from the fact tha
    the blind will enjoy hearing
    broadcasts while doing their werk
    a set broadcasting in the room
    helps the blind people to find their
    way about. Is there a member
    of the Public who is willing to give
    a set?

    When the Centre opens, thé
    be provided with
    white walking sticks to help them
    to get about. The Committee «
    the Association asks the public tc
    assist in every possible way ay
    person



    it sees carrying a
    walking stick. The Committe:
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    ‘bus users in assisting them on
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    Colas. Arrives

    A cargo of 600 drums of colas
    80 drums of malarial oil and eight
    drums of compound arrived in
    the island from Trinidad yester-
    day by the 82-ton schooner
    Turtle Dove. This schooner is
    consigned to the
    Owners’ Association,

    Schooner

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    Buckleys White Rub

    Palmers Soap

    Palmers Ointment

    Palmers Bleach Cream

    Palmers Hair Success

    Ferrozone Tablets

    Hamiltons Pills

    Caterrhzone

    Nervelene

    Black Magic Choc; (3 sizes)

    Pascall’s Marshmallows } lb,
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    Pascall’s
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    Pascall’s Orchid Fruits

    Pascall’s Mixed Fruit Drops

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    Jacobs Cream Crackers
    Ivory Soap

    Camay Soap

    Torch Batteries

    Irradol A,

    Erthymol Tooth Paste
    Ellimans Embrocation

    “My Sin” Perfume
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    Bandbox Shampoo
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    PAGE SIX aa
    acacia OM THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1951

    HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON

    ACID INDIGESTION? |

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    THURSDAY, APRIL

    CLASSIFIED ADS.

    TELEPHONE 2508

    PUBLIC NOTICES

    Tear cents per agate line on week-days
    - 12 eee agate line on Sundays,
    miramum charge $1.50 on week-days
    | and $1.80 on Sundays.

    1951

    5,





    The for announcements of
    Births, » Deaths, Acknow-
    ledgments, and In Memoriam notices 1s
    $1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
    for any number of words up to 50, and
    3 cents per word on week-days and
    4 cents per word on Sundays for each;
    word.

    charge



    NOTICE
    BYE ELECTION — PARISH
    OF ST. ANDREW
    BARBADOS.

    I HEREBY give notice to all -
    sons entitled to vote at the Blection
    of Members of the General Assembly for
    the Parish of St. Andrew that the Elec-
    tion will commence tetween the hours
    of 8 and 9 o'clock in the mornitg on
    ener she = oor of April 1951 at The

    ommunity all Belleplain °
    ao. oe St. Andrew. en aoe

    nm hereby summon all
    entitled to vote to meet at the time and
    piece aforesaid then and there to make
    choice of one qualified, able, sufficient
    and discreet person to advise and con-
    sent to the making of such laws ag shall



    For Births, Marriage or Engagement
    announcements in Carib Calling the
    charge is $3.00 for any number of words
    up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
    edditional word. Terms cash, Fhone 2508
    between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
    Nottees only after 4 p.m.

    GOVERNMENT NOTICE

    POST OF ASSISTANT 1
    SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
    WORKS, ST. VINCENT,





    B.W.L. be meet and convenient for the good
    : i Government of this place and people and
    APPLICATIONS are _ invited! preservation of their estates uniess a

    Poll be required for the determination
    thereof in which case such Poli will be
    taken a#t the place or places appointed
    for that purpose, on Monday the 16th
    day of April 1951 commencing between
    the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock in the

    for the vacant post of Assistant}
    Superintendent of Public Works,
    St. Vincent, B.W.1.

    The salary of the post is in the
    seale of $1,920 per annum rising

    . morning.
    Oy So cer See eee eeu i Siaen ee my hand this 30th day
    . St 45 | o are! .
    pensionable. A cost of living] Deted this 20th day of March 1951,

    allowance at the rate of $190.20
    per annum, or at such other rate
    as may be prescribed from time
    to time, is payable, A transport
    allowance at the rate of $480 per
    annum, to which a temporary in-
    crease of 334% has been added,
    is also paid.

    Applicants should have a work-
    ing knowledge of the planning,
    estimating, setting out and. con-

    F. A, INGRAHM, J.P.,
    Sheriff & Returning Officer.
    31.3. 51—2n



    NOTICE

    BYE ELECTION — PARISH
    OF 8ST. ANDREW
    BARBADOS.
    I HEREBY give notice to all persons
    | Qualified to vote at the Election of
    Members of the General Assembly for
    the Parish of St. Andrew that I have

    a ‘ . appointed The Community Hall at
    struction of buildings, bridges, Belleplaine as the place where all such
    roads and waterworks and their” Persons may meet on Mondajy the 9th

    . cay of April 1951 to elect one Membe
    maintenance. , 5 I | to serve for the Parish of St. Andrew
    Previous experience in a Pub-' in the General Assembly of this Island.

    lic Works Department or with a} And I hereby further give notice that
    reputable firm of contractors" and
    experience in the field organisa-

    a . have a ti f e e
    tion of works and labour will be pointed for the said purpose the

    r places ‘hereinafter specified, that is to
    taken into account. | say:—
    Applications must be addressed | Polling Station No, (1) :=

    to the Administrator, Government ! |The Alleyne School Belleplaine THE







    in the event of a Poll being required for! conto

    | the determination of the said Election, 1!







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    cents Sundeys 24 words — over 24
    words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

    word Sundays.

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    AUTOMOBILE: Vauxhall 14/6. B-181
    | Pertect running order excellent mileage
    _ 00 Courtesy Garage Phone-4616



    44.51—T FN

    CARS—One 192 Dodge Car, (1) 1941
    V-8 Ford Car. Apply to Cosmopolitan
    Garage, Magazine Lane. Phone 3915.

    ! 3.4.51—3n.

    _—
    CAP—Ford Model B. Touring (X-179).
    an good condition, can be seem on
    n. Phone 1. H. Newsam.
    ;
    CAR—Hillman Sports, engine recently



    overhauled. Price $400.09. Dial 2676,
    6.4.51—8n
    LORRIES—Two (2) Chevrolet 1839 and
    160° models. » Recently working = at
    Andrews Factory. Can be seen [at

    Fisherpond Plantation, St. Thomas, and
    will be gffered for sale on Wi jay”
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    MOTOR CYCLE ~~ Velocette Motor
    \Cycle 5 n.p. A bargain $525.00 Dial 4616
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    ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 volts,
    30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and
    spares, A. Barnes & Co. Ltd.

    FURNITURE
    FURNITURE: Large stock of good
    Secondhand furniture. Also rush bot-
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    co., LTD, 20,3.51—t.f.n.

    TYPEWRITER: Underwood Portable
    Typewriter, made in U.S.A In excellent
    Can be seen at Bata Shoe
    lower Broad Street
    4.3 51—2n
    —_—_—_—_————

    MISCELLANEOUS

    Company





    7 NORTH WING For the use of all pers
    Office, St. Vincent, B.W.I., and | sons whose surnames besl
    ’ ’ a n with tha THS — Pore Enamel,
    should reach not later than 15th ; letters A tc J inclusive. ! wan ( at te » in
    May, 1951. Polling Station No, (2):— anits ta. co! _solour suites. Top
    Each applicant should state ' The Alleyne School Belleplaine TH®|érade. Ay BARNES @ Co., Ltd.
    how soon it would be possible for | SOUTH WING For the use of all pefsongy 26.1.51—t.f.n,
    Sor poss whose surnames begin with the letters
    him, if selected, to take up kK to Z inclusive, BATTERIES—Motor Cycle Batteries
    appointment. om Dated this 30th ony 3 Maren 1951. »| $9.13 each. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391.
    ice, >, A. “SKI 31.3.51—6n.
    eee, B.W.I Parochial Treasurer St, =>: -
    i ont, HT. J “CURTAIN FITTINGS—For smart win-
    3tst arch, ‘ dow styling, light control, Valances and
    5.4.51—3n ee jes, By Kirsch, Dial 4476 A,

    NOTICE’

    re the estate of
    HUGH CLARENCE CLARKE
    (deceased)
    NOTICE IS Sei tad that all
    persons having any tor claims
    | against the Estate of Hugh Clarence
    Clarke, deceased, late of Hart's Gap, in
    ‘ the parish of Christ Church in this Island
    | Who died on the 5th day of October
    | 1950, intestate, are requested to send in
    | Particulars of their claims duly attested
    |to the undersigned The Public Trustee,
    C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, No,
    | 12 High Street, Bridgetown, on or be-
    fore the 5th day of May, 1951, after
    which date I sha'l proceed to distribute
    the assets of the deceased among the
    parties entitled thereto having regard
    only to such claims of which I shall then





    ORIENTAL

    SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
    JEWELS
    New Shipment ope. *4

    THANTS

    DIAL
    8466



    ADVERTISE
    in the

    have had notice and I will not be liable | ,
    | S 5 hat ish Quality Made, Band and Circular
    EVENING ADVOCATE |) | t2:, tne, assets or’ any”"past” tnereot so | Qn, ,Gupiity, Made, Band and Circula
    mamuved tO any person Of ‘Whose debt) 15 months after order Your inquiries
    er claim I shall not then have had



    — | notice.

    And all persons indebted to the ss
    €state are requested to settle their
    indebtedness without delay.

    Dated this 27th day of February, !

    T. T, HEADLEY,
    The Public Trustee,
    Qualified Administrator of the Estate of
    Hugh Clarence Clarke,
    deceased.
    5.4.51









    PINE HILL

    Th



    FOR SALE by PUBLIC COM-






    PETITION at 2.30 to-morrow, *

    April 6th, 1951, at JOHN M. NOTICE

    ‘BLADON'’S OFFICES, PLANTA- THE BARBADOS

    TIONS BUILDING. . MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

    ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
    NOTICE is hereby given that the One



    A very fine two-storey property

















    1 large dressing room) butler's (1) Receiving from the Directors their























    ST. MARY'S OLD BOYS’ ASSOCIATION

    NOTICE

    exclusive area, Suitable for con
    version into flats with sufficient
    ruvm far the crection of 2 separate
    burgalow. ¥





























    Indies and the Community” will be ine

    1

    = of a lecture whieh will be given
    to-night, Thursday, April 5, 1951, by
    Mr. A. E, Douglas-Smith, M.A., at the
    St. Mary's Boys’ Sehool Room, Mason
    Hall Street, at 8’ o'clock. Ail Gid=Bovs



    Full particulars and conditions
    of sale may be obtained from the







    Solicitors, Messrs. Yearwood and
    Boyce, James Street, or the
    Auctioneer, John M._ Biladon,
    Plantations Building. and the general public are invited, |
    K de LISLE YEARWGO) |. ¥
    Huny. Se€fetarys”
    5.45%) 4
    John 4. Biadon

    TAKE NOTICE
    HARRISON

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOR:_-
    TION, a_ corporat‘on organized
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is Wes Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, . Detrcit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
    in respect of radiators and water heaters
    for automobiles and similar motor
    vehicles, and will be entitled to register
    the same after one month from the
    4th day of Apri) 1951, unless some
    person shall in the meantime give notice
    in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
    sition of such registration. The trade
    mark can be seen on application at my
    office.

    Dated ths

    and

    REAL ESTATE
    JOHN
    MM.
    BLADON

    A.F.S, F.V.A.
    Representative :
    GERALD WOOD

    Bist day of March, 1951,
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4.4.51—on





    FOR SALE

    BATCHELOR HALL—Sr. James
    ~—Nearly 7 acres of this desirable
    property is offered for sale at a
    very r@asonable figure for this
    select area. Included ir the land
    is a handsome avenue of casvarinss
    and the sea frontage is approx. 360
    fect long. Excellent propcesiticn
    tor a Private Residence? or Build-
    ing Development




















    “Crane House’

    FOR SALE by PUBLIC COM- |
    FETITION at 2 p.m, on, Friday. |
    April @th at JOHN M. BLADON’S |
    OFFICE, PLANTATIONS BUILD-
    ING |

    One of the most charmirels
    Siteated properties of this natlire
    in the Island. The house has }
    proved its solidity by withstand- {
    ing past hurricanes and contains |









    WORTHY DOWN, Graeme Hall
    Terrace—A modern bungalow of
    stone construction with paripet







    5 lerge bedrooms (with hot and
    icef, This property has th ad- vantage of a corner site and 2 ery dining room, large cocktail bar
    fne view seawards, There ar? 4 with bamboo decor, wide shady
    wood bedrooms with built in ward- galleries, garages, storerooms, |
    rebes. Large lounge/living room baibing halet, heavy diesel

    with 2 verandahs leading from it.
    The kitchen is well supplied with

    |

    |

    |

    |

    | lighting plant and the amenitjes
    | fitteci cupboards. ‘2 car garage, 2

    customary with this type of
    property. There is approx. 12%
    acres including a long stretch of
    the Crane Beach, large coconut

    rervants’ rooms and laundry.





    THE BUNGALOW, Paynes Bay




















    grove, gardens planted with
    ‘lately termed St. John the Baptist flowering shrubs and shade trees,
    Vicarage)—a 2-storey house with 3 alse grazing land. The coastal
    becrooms, upstairs lounge, ae | views could hardly be excelled
    leries, dining cor eee tse snd the bathing is cxcellent
    usual offices. ery ine sa om 7
    ead Further particulars and condi-
    bench and safe bathing. if| tions of may be obtained
    } | frow. the Solicitors, “Mes Car- |
    | ticgton & Sealy, } uca ireet -or
    the Auctioneer, Join M, Bladen, |
    REAL ESTATE AGENT ; >antutions Bulldi



    AUCTIONEER

    PLANTATIONS BUILDING
    ‘Phone 4640





    etlimeabii
    John 4. Biadon |
    A.F.S., F.V.A,









    =

    office
    | Dated

    “THE University College! of the en]



    & CO., LTD, 13.2.51—t.f.n

    ll
    MAGAZINES—Macfadden Magazines, a
    limited number of True Story, True
    Detective etc, at The Bornn Bay Rum
    Co. r 3.4.51—3n,

    ee "
    ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
    i) case, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy,
    15.3.51—t.f.n,

    TABLE TENNIS TABLE—Solid Pine
    Top. Phone 8137. §.4.51—t.f.o

    VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirsch Sun-aire
    all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to your

    Sizes delivery 3 weeks, Dial 4476.
    A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.



    13.2.51-—t.f.n,
    —_—_————
    WOODWORKING MACHINERY: Swed-

    solicited. Dial 4722. ANGLO-SWEDISH
    AGENCIES, Marhill Street 6.4.51—In

    TAKE NOTICE
    KLAXON

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or ‘business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A” of Register



    antly s rox, 13 Hundred and Tenth Yearly Ordinary |i" respect of signal horns and alarms;
    ceres Mae Gate Srna: General Meeting of the above-named electrical operated signal horns
    There is spacious and well pro- Society will be held at the Societys | alarms, and will be entitled

    portioned. accommodation com- Office, Beckwith Place, Bridgetown, on we same after one qnonth from the
    prising 3 reception, dining and Fridas, 20th April, 1951, at 2 o'clock |4th day of April 1951, unless some
    b kfast rooms, 4 bedrooms, U p.m. for the purpose of: person shall in the meantime give notice

    in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-





    pantny, Kitchen, servants’ rooms Report on the trar tions of the | siiton of such registration The trade
    Rerage. fernery, poultry house Society for the ended 3lst | mark can be seen on application at my
    ete. There is a two-way entrance | December, 1950 = wd ua a
    drive and the grounds are well (2) Electing Directors and an Auditor ths 3lst day of March, 1951,
    laid out with lawns, flowering for the current vear. ., tt: WILLIAMS,
    shrubs and flower gardens. Th» c. K. BROWNE, Registrar of Trade Marks.
    whele property has a _ pleasant Secretary. 4.4.51—31
    character typical ef some of the 5.4.51—4n,

    colder established homes in thir

    FAKE NOTICE
    NEW DEPARTURE

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade cr business
    fiddress is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    "Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A. has applicd for the registration of
    a-trade mark in Part “A” of Register
    spect of roller bearings, shaft
    hengers, steps and- pedestals, and pillow
    blocks used with machinery shafting and
    perts thereof, ball bearings, rolier bear-
    ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
    journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
    cycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
    hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mec ieal
    gearing for applying motive power to
    shafting; power units that embody an
    electric motor and transmission mechan-
    ism for controlling the speed of the
    output power member, and will be
    entitled to register the same after one
    month from the 4th day of April
    1951, unless some person shall in the
    meantime give notice in duplicate to me
    at my office of opposition of such regis-
    tration. The trade mark can be seen on
    application at my office.

    Dated ths 3lst day of March, 1951

    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    44A51—3n

    TAKE NOTICE

    GM

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corpoartion organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A,, has applied for the
    of a trade mark in Part “A”
    in respect of repair and
    parts of automobile vehicies;
    drums; brake shoes; brake rods;
    oppiying cans; brake cable housing;
    bumpers and their parts: fenders; front
    axles; hub caps; body supperting springs;
    spring leaves: spring blades; steering
    knuckles; king pins; steering shaft arms;
    wheelhubs; internal combustion engines,









    brake
    brake





    their detached repair and replacement
    perts; cam shafts; connecting rods;
    erank shafts; crank shaft bearings,

    driving wheel shafts; differentials and
    their: parts; intake or e:capement con-
    ducts; fans; fan pulleys-; fiywheels;
    pistons; piston pins; rocker arins; rocke
    supports; water pumps and their parts:
    valves; valve operating tappets; valve
    springs; clutches and their parts; clutch
    pedals; clutch operating levers: gears;
    transmission mechanism and their, parts;
    tansmission housings; transmissio2









    person shall in the meantime give notice








    he duplicate to me at my office of
    | opposition of such registration, The
    | mark can be seen on application
    lat my office.

    | ted this Sist day of March, 1951

    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    44.01
    ‘



    5.4.51—2n, 1

    | Journal boxes; brakes for cycles and



    | Avenue,

    registration | absorbers,
    of Register '
    replacem mt | ing

    an!





    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    | PUBLIC SALES



    and 12 cents per agate tine on Sundays, |
    minimum cnarge $1.50 on weer 3
    and $1.80 om Sundays |







    |__ REAL. ESTATE





    |

    BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed. |
    rooms, every convenience including |
    garden, water supply. As new, £3,000. |
    Phone 4476, is381-trh
    LAND—1124 sq, ft. of land at Bed
    ford Lane, Bridgetown, together with,
    dwelling house thereon.

    Inspection on application to Miss E. M.
    Downie at Corner of Roebuck Street |
    ond Bedford Lane. :

    The above will be offered for sale by













    Eyplic competition at our office, James
    Street, on Friday 13th April 1951 at
    2 pom

    Hutchinson & Banfieid.
    31.3.51—12n. |
    SHARES Plantations Ltd, £10
    shares.~ 100 A. Barnes @ Co. Ltd. £1
    Preierence~ Shares. 15 Trinidad Con-
    ephones Ltd. $50.00 5°

    erence Shares.



    125 Plantations Ltd.
    £1 Preference Shares Ex Dividead. —

    The above shares will be offered for
    | cate by puble competition at our Office,





    James Street, cn Friday, 6th April, at/

    2 pan |

    P G. L. W. CLARKE & CO., |
    Solicitors.

    31,3.51—6n

    LAND—At Bush Hall “Cross Road, |





    | CBposite Allen’s Park. This land co
    tains ‘several pieces. Now, you can bu
    for cash, or you can credit . same

    uf |
    wanted. Please get in touch with Mr
    Brown at Hutchinson & Banfield’s Offre

    3.4.51—5n



    AUCTION
    Under The Diamond Hammer

    By instructions received from Mrs.
    Groham I will sell at her house, Lower
    Bay Street, on Thurreday next. 5th April
    at 1 p.m. her household furniture which
    includes:—Mahog:



    5 piece Morris suite |

    and cushions, Pine dining table and
    chairs, | Ch fYonier, Night chair, Towel
    rack, Corner tables, Dressing table, 1

    Electric Motor, 1 Electric stove, Larder,
    1 Extension dining table, 1 Large mirror,
    Simmons Double bedstead and spring,
    } Phillips. Radio in working condition,
    4 burner Oil Stove, very little used,’

    Washstand, and many ether items of
    interest. Terms CASH, D'Atcy A.
    Scott, Auctioneer, 31.3.51—4n



    UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER |

    By instructions received I will sell at
    the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street
    Oa Friday, 6th (1) 1950 A-40 Austin Car
    only done 2,000 miles. (Darraged in ac-
    cident), sale at 2 p.m. Terms CASH.—

    VINCENT GRIFFITH,
    Auctioneer,
    1.4.51.—4n.

    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    The application of Joseph Rochester
    of Mango Lane, St. Peter, the purchaser
    of Liquor License No. 695 of 1951, granted
    to Emeline Brome in respect of a stone.
    wall shop” situate at Orange Street,
    St. Peter and to use it at such descriked
    premises.
    Dated this 2nd day of April 1951
    (Sed.) JOSEPH ROCHESTER.



    Applicant
    To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq..
    Police Magistrate, District “E’,
    N.B.—This application will be con-

    sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
    on Monday, 16th April 1951, at 11 o’clock

    am, at Police Courts, District ‘‘E”,
    (Sed.) SYDNEY H. NURSE
    Pollce Magistrate. Dist.



    E".
    5.4,51—1n.

    - TAKE NOTICE
    N 0

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-










    TION, a corporation organized — and
    ing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of Ameriza,

    Menufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
    © trade mark in Part “A" of Register
    in respect of roller’ bearings, shaft
    hangers, steps and pedestals, and

    blocks used with machinery shartirt ae
    parts thereof, ball bearings, roller bear-
    ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;

    eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
    hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
    Rearing for applying motive power to





    shafting; power units that embody an
    electric motor and transmission mechan-
    ism for controlling the speed of the
    output Power member, and will be
    entitled to register the same after one
    month from the 4th day of April, 1957,
    unless some person shall in the mean-
    time give notice in duplicate to me at
    my office of opposition of such regis-
    tration. The trade mark can be seen 09
    application at my office,
    Dated ths 3ist day of March, 1951.
    H, WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    44.51-—3n
    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation organized
    existing under the laws of the State
    Delaware, United States of Americ.
    Manufacturers, whose trade or busin
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Mithigan,
    U.S.A. hag lied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A" of Register
    in respect of transportation elements of
    all kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodics and
    chasais for motor driven vehicles; parts
    and accessories of motor driven vehicles
    internal combustion engines, parts
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
    and polishing preparations; heaters;
    radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person hall in the meantime give
    notice in duplicate to me at my office of
    opposition of such registration. The
    trade mark can be seen on application
    at my office.



    —s
    Ten cents per agate tine on week-da,s | 86 cents Sundays

    } biles and trucks of



    WANTED















    n respect of transportation elements of
    il kinds, motor driven vehicles, wutomo-
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven vehicles: parts
    ‘nd accessories of motor driven vehicles;
    internal combustion engines parts
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
    one polishing preparations; neaters
    ragio apparatus, and will be entitled to
    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in the meantime give
    notice in duplicate to me at my office of
    opposition of such registration. The
    trede mark can be seen on application
    at_my office
    Dated this 3Ist day of March, 1951
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4451

    TAKE NOTICE

    PONTIAC

    That GENERAL, MOTORS CORPORA
    TION, a_ corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United tes of America,
    Manufacturers, whi trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & C
    Avenue, Detroit, te of
    U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
    » trade mark in Pant “A" of Register
    in respect of transpartation elements of
    all kinds, motor driven vehieles, auton -
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
    ond accessories of motor driven vehicles;
    internal combustion engines, pe
    thereof and accessories thereto; clear
    ind polishing — preparations; heaters;

    3n









    redlo apparatus, and will be entitled to |

    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in the meantime give
    jotice in duplicate to me at my office of
    opposition of such registration. The
    trade mark can be seen on application
    at my office,

    Dated this S3ist day of March, 195f
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4.4.51 -3n



    TAKE “NOTICE
    GENERAL MOTORS

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-

    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of An:erica,




    Manufacturers, whose trade or busine
    acdress is West Grand Boulevard & C
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A" of Register
    in respect of transportation elements of
    all kinds, motor driven vehicles, autome-







    chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
    and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
    internal combustion engints, parts
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
    and polishing preparations; heaters;
    radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in “the meantime give

    ill kinds; bodies and! ‘TION,

    roR RENT

































    | That GENBRAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    | TION, 4” corporation organized and
    j existing under the laws of the State of
    { Delaware, United States of America
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    | address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of . Michigan,
    U.S.A, has applied for the registration of
    # trade mark in Part “A” of Register
    iu respect of electrical transformers,
    electric lamps; insulated wire and cable;
    ignition wire sets; electrical accessory
    cords; guarded extension lights; exten-
    sion ‘ights on reels; wiring harness;
    bettery terminals and connectors; radio
    receiving and transmitting sets; insulting
    vurnish, insulated tape; insulated cloth;
    botterny wiring assemblies, and will be
    e ititled to register the same after one
    nonth from the 4th day of April 1951,
    u less some person shall th the mean-
    t ne give notice in duplicate to me at
    ny office of opposition of such registra-
    fon. The trade mark can be seen on
    & plication at my office.

    Dated this day of Mareh, 1951

    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4.4.51—3n



    TAKE NOTICE



    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation ‘organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of Arrerica,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    eddress is West Grand Boulevard & Case
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A of Register
    in respect of transportation elements of
    lal! kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
    and accessories of motor driven vehicles:

    tre th eameente ne

    | TAKE NOTICE

    PAGE SEVEN





    TAKE NOTICE




























    charge week 72 cents and Minrvmum charge week 72 cents and j
    Bey ds — over 24] 9% cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 }
    words 3 cents a word week-—4 Cents a| WOrds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents o TITAN
    word Sundays. word Sundays | |
    HELP HOUSES genet GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
    BUNGALOW.—Modern Bungalow sit- tine ang ration . organized and! ‘That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
    Sililieailidhitinietnenieiih ladies uated at Brighton, Black Rock, all con- Basse ee a of the State’of! TION, a corporation organized and
    Experienced codar stitchers wanted. | ‘¢Mience Dial 2338. $.4.51—tin Manufacty shose trade or ‘husic2:| existing under the laws of the- Stat
    RELIANCE SHIRT FACTORY te eee whose trade or busines:| Delaware, United States of Americ
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    oteentnt essai oe. —.... | Terrace, for 3 months Ist May to ist USA. h + tate of Michigan.| address is West Grand Boulevard & Ca
    Jul. Ring Mrs. C. C. Worme, 9160. ‘wate Gas for the eee of] Avenue, Detroit, State of Mifbigan,
    MISCELLA. 5.4.5i—in. | 2. © mark in Part “A of Register| U.S.A. has applied for the redisteation, of
    NEOUS al Zs | 9 respect of accessories and devices of | 4 trade mark in Part “A" of Regtete
    EVANTON, Situated at Top Rock: ail kines for motor driven vehicles and in respect of accessories and dbvices*o
    or TATE CASIN BoD nT | Having 3 bedrooms; 2 toilets ‘and | C#imes: electrical apparatus of all kinds,} 4\; Kinds for motor driven vehicles and
    MEDIATE CASH for diamond jewel- Show D 3 Measuring and scientific apparatus in- electric. are . ,
    lery, old China, silver and S id Plat ers. ining-room. Lounge All cluding spark plugs k pl engines; clectrical apparatus of #4! “ki wis
    Phone 4429 or call at Gnaninaes, a modern conveniences, available immed-| jain. ape a —_ a porce-| measuring and scientific appafatus’ “jn: '
    fetes lee jately, unfurnished. Apply — Ralph : Ng parts, radio spark plugs.{ cluding spark plugs, spark plugemesve- :
    ne yal Yacht Club resistors for preventing ignitio: yster:s }
    20.2.51.—T.F.N Beard. Phone-4683. or Se intern : e on systems! jains, spark plug parts, radio spar. S.
    een ilies EP 44.s1—am | Bam interfering (with radio spparetus:| resisirs for preventing igmitioy. Sens 4
    IMMEDIATE CASH q _ 7 7 < Gore from interfering with radio ampaxratus: 5
    lery, goid nuggets, pon oe Ry FLAT: Unfurnished — Self-contained. = machines for cleaning spark plugs: | radio spark plug testing deviceast de ives
    |Old' BW i. Stamps’ GORRINGRS' | Romsmate, Bay Strect, Dial 3065. Sliges doe nd, for cleaning spark} o1.d machines for cleaning spaeR pidit:
    Antique Shop. Dial 4429, . 4.4.51—4n, | Pluss: ignition cables; terminals for! abrasive compound for cleantte ‘spark
    20.251.—t.0.n.| — ae te electrical connections: pumps; combined plugs; ignition cables; terminals for t
    — fom HIGH WINDS~—Cattlewash, Bathsheba, | [el aed vacuum pumps; fuel pumps, electrical connections; pun ips; ~combmed :
    chug {iduor licence. HAROLD PROV-| for May, July. October, November and | V@cuum pumps; filters: oll and gasoline | fuel and vacuum pumps, fuel pampe
    ERBS & Co., Ltd. High Street December, Dial 2850, 5.4.5i—tin. | Alters; ofl and gasoline —strainers:| vacuum pumps; filters; oll and gasoline
    6512 | - | eedometers: speedometer driving} Giters; oi) and. gasoline strainer
    — a MYOSOPIS, 3rd Avenue, Bellevilie, | Mechanism; tachometers; film speed in-| ‘i WANTED TO RENT from May Ist Appointments to view. | dicators; ammeters; gauges of all kinds, Mechanism: tachometers. film speed ine
    SMALL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE or| Pat 2120, Further particulars Phone | thermogauges; temperature — indicating dicators; ammeters; gauges of attends
    BUNGALOW in the country, WANTED] 8107. H. W. Hinds, devices and apparatus; liquid level indi- thermogauges; temperature indigeting
    by English couple, Essential require 4.4.51—t.f-n. | cAtors: air cleaners of all kinds; combined | devices and apparatus: liquid -lewel. in-
    a are two good bedrooms, modern| °———————————_—— ns, and peer ee — dicators; air cleaners of ali kinds cor
    sanitation, living and dining rooms, J a air cleaners an ime arresters a sleaners and intuk cers
    | Sarage, electric light, telephone, and LOST & F OUND intake silencers; automati¢. chokes; crank Rieti ee es * ame ms ene we a
    noderate rent for long’ lease. Repl case breathers; instrument = panels; | intake silencers automatic chines;
    Box No, 88%, Advocate Co. - odometers; reflex signals; repair and re+} opoik case breathers: instrument panel
    3.4.51-—-6n LOST placement parts of all such. devices, odometers; reflex — signals repair and
    - ieee liaenarey s parts and secessoriea of all sGch devices, | -coiacemant parts of all such devices
    TAKE NOTICE Large Light Brown Leather | {nd will be entitled ta register the same | parts and accessories. of all such devices,
    Ladies Shoulder Shoulder Strap Bag of] April 1961, unless come pereat Gay Of Vand will be @nlitle@ io register the-same
    distinctive Brazilian design, probably in pot ‘i en eee ae dunt te after one month from the 4th day of
    Garrison crea. Suitable reward for re- | %¢ Meantime give Pe oe ONS ae April 1951, unless some person shall in
    OLDSMOBILE turn to Hastings Police Post or Dial | ‘° Me at my office of a canbe | the, meantime give notice in duplicate
    3817 4.4,51—2n | Teeistration. |The trade mark can We | to me at my office of opposition of such A
    Th: ———— seen On application at my. office... registration, The trade mark”. canbe
    hat GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA- Dated this 3ist day @f March: 0 ee ite elon at aie. affices Sa
    TION, a corporation organized and TAKE NOTICE H. WILLIAMS, Dated ths Sist day of March, 4951, °
    existing under the laws of the State of Registrar of Trade Marks. H. WILLIAMS "
    Delaware, United States of America, 44,51--3n Registrar.of Trade Mart ;
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business To ’ : 4.4.51- tn + ¥
    ae is rest Ciena Boulevard & Cass a oe
    venue, roit, tate of Michigan, :
    U.S.A. has applied for the registration of TAKE N TICE | K E c 4
    a trade mark in Part "'A” of Register O TA NOTI E +

    cuevroet | CADILLAC

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA- That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or bus
    address is West Grand Boulevard & C

    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Magufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass




    58

    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,| Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A, has applied for the registration of | U.S.A. has applied for the registration of

    a trade mark in Part “A"

    in respect of transportation ¢
    all kinds, motor driven vehi .
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
    and accessories of motor driven vehicles;

    © trade mark in Part “A” of Register
    in respect of transportation elements of
    au kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven veliicles; parts
    and accessories of motor driven vehicles;

    of Register
    ements of

    vutomo-







    internal combustion engines, parts } internal combustion engines, parts
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning | thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
    end polishing preparations; heaters; and polishing preparations; heaters

    radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unle
    some person shall in the meantime giv
    notice in duplicate to me my” effice of
    opposition of such ry trafion. The
    trade mark can be seem on Applicatios
    at my office
    Dated thie Sst

    radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
    register the same after one month from
    we 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in the meantime sive |
    notice in duplicate to me at my office of
    opposition of such registration, The
    trade mark can be seen on application
    at_my office,
    Fated this Sist day of March, 1951,
    HM. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks.
    4451





    day
    H
    Registrar

    of Mareh, 1951
    WILLIAMS,

    of Trade» Marks
    3a 751-30

    TAKE NOTICE :

    FRIGIDAIRE ZS
    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, a corporation organized and

    existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Atuérica,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan, U.S.A., has applied for the registration of
    a ‘trade mark in part “A” of Register in respect af refrigeratorsy
    parte thereof and accessoriesy refrigerating machines and apparatus and parts
    thereof; motors and compressors, electric ranges and hot water heaters, automatic
    washing machines, and will be entitled to register the same after one month
    frome the 4th day of April 1951, unless some person shall in the meantime
    give notice in duplicate to me at my office af Opposition ef such registration.
    The trade mark can be seen on application at my office.

    internal combustion engines; parts Dare ee Stay Gay Ge Mareh, ‘EEN HM. WILLIAMS,
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleanin Registrar of Trade Marks
    and polishing preparations; heater 94.41—3n
    radio apparatus, and will be entitled in .
    register the same after one month from I eae ten a haat i lace adhe li - — +

    the 4th day of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in thewmeantime give
    notice in duplicate to me at my office of
    j opposition of such registration. The
    trade mark can be seen on application



    at my office.
    Dated this 3ist day of March, 1951,
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks,
    4451—3n



    TAKE NOTICE
    BUICK

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    “4 corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or busines:
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Case
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A, has applied for the registrati

    4 trade mark in Patt “A” of Re

    in respect of transportation elements o
    ail kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo



    netice in duplicate to me af my office of | miles and trucks of all kinds; bodies an

    opposition of such registration, The

    trade mark can be seen on application and accessories of motor driven ve'

    at my office,
    Dated this Sist-day of March, 19651.
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks,
    4.4.5)--3n

    TAKE NOTICE





    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, «w corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of




    Dated this 3ist day of March, 1961, Delaware, United States of America
    H. WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, whose trade or busines?

    Registrar of Trade Marks. address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass

    44.51—3n JAvenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,

    U.S.A,, has applied for the registration

    TAKE NOTICE
    DELCO

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA:
    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America.
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Case
    Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A. has applied for the registration of
    a trade mark in Part “A™ of Register
    in respect of electrical starting, lighting
    and ignition apparatus and parts thereof
    employed with internal combustio,
    engines for use on automobiles, motor
    boats, aircraft and the like; electrics
    batteries and parts thereof, radio receiv-
    ing sets and parts thereof, shock
    fluids for hydraulic shock
    absorbers, brakes and the like; lubricat-
    oils and greases; speedometers.
    tachometers; odometers; gauges; hydrau-
    lic brakes and parts thereof; trailers
    broke lining; gaskets; ‘bearings; con-
    ; densers; transformers; contro! apparatus;
    j Water systerms; electric heaters; bulb
    for electric lights; thermostats; current
    generating and distributing systems for
    ‘lighting and power purposes: power
    , operated @ynamos; electric motors and
    parts thereof; stators; rotors; armatures;
    short circuiting mechanism; rheostats;
    terminal blocks; electric machines ancl
    | parts thereof; switches; electrical eon-
    ; ductors and connectors; dyamo brushes
    coils: switchboards; relays; circuit
    breakers; generators;, magnetos; elec-
    ,trically operated machines — namely,
    , washing machines, wringers, irons,
    |; pumps, water systers, refrigerator ,
    ‘horns, signals, alarms, fans, blowers;
    windshield wipers; oil and gas burners,







    shafts; universal joints and their ports; ! pir conditioning apparatus and parts
    brake linings; brake shoe linings; clutch | thereof; boilers; furnaces; water heaters;
    plate faci » belts; gaskets; flexible | stokers: instrument panels; shack
    hose for rs ; metallic tire covers; | absorbers: brakes; brake druys; f
    piston ; radio receiving sets and | diaphragms, pedals, connecting rods;

    parts thereof, and will be entitled toi springs; vehicle front end suspensic,\s

    register the sare after one month from and will be entitled to register the saine
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless some after one month from the 4th day of

    April 1951, unless some person shall in
    the meantime give notice in duplicate}
    to me at my office of opposition of such
    registration. The trade mark can be
    seen on application at my office
    Dated this 3ist day of March, 1951
    H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks

    4.4.51--3n

    ‘

    of a trade mark in Part A’ of Register
    in respect of transportation elements of
    all kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
    biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
    chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
    and accessories of motor driven vehte
    internal cor.bustion engines, parts the




    of

    and accessories thereto; cleaning snd
    polishing preparations; hedters: radio
    apparatus, and will be entitled to

    register the same after one month from
    the 4th day of April 1951, unless some
    person shail in the meantime give notice
    in duplicate to me at my office cf
    opposition of such registration, The
    trade mark can be seen on applicatior
    at_my office.
    Dated ths 3ist day of March, 1951.

    : H. WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4451—3n

    ‘TAKE : NOTICE
    etary

    That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
    TION, a corporation organized and
    existing under the laws of the State of
    Delaware, United States of America,
    Manufacturers, whose trade or business
    address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
    Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
    U.S.A., has applied for the registration
    of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
    in respect of roller bearings, shaft
    hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
    blocks used with machinery shafting and
    ports thereof, ball bearings, rgiler bear-

    ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds
    journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
    eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speed
    hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
    gearing for applying motive power t«
    shafting; power units that embod; an
    electric motor and transmission mecha







    ism for controlling the speed of the
    output power member, a will oe
    entitled to register the ne after one
    month from the 4th day of April 1951
    unless some person shall in the mean-
    time give notice in duplicate to me at
    my office of opposition of such registra-
    tion. The trade mark can be seen on
    application at my office
    Dated this 31st day of March, 1951
    H. WILLIAMS
    Registrar of Trade Marks
    4.4.51—3r



    ehassis for motor driven vehicles; part
    hicles
    internal combustion engines, parts
    thereof and accessories thereto; cleanin;
    and polishing preparations; heaters
    redio apparatus, and will be entitled t
    register the same after one month from
    the 4th das of April 1951, unless
    some person shall in the meantime give
    notice in duplicate to me at my office of
    opposition of such registration. The
    trade mark can be seen on application

    at my office,
    Dated this Sist day of March, 1961.



    H, WILLIAMS,
    Registrar of Trade Marke
    4451-3)



    Harbour Log
    In Carlisle Bay

    M.V. Sedgefield, Sch, Gloria Henrietta,
    Sch. Adalina, Sch, Marea Henrietta.

    Seh. Henry D. Wallace, Yacht Caribbee
    Seh. Leudaipha, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch.
    D’Ortac, Sch, Emeline, Sch, Lydia Adina
    S., Seh, Wonderful Counsellor, Yacht
    Buckaroo, Sch, Lucille M, Smith, Seh
    Blue Nose Mac,, Sch, Molly N. Jones
    M.V. 'T. B. Radar, M.V. Blue Star, M.V
    lady Joy, Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Seca
    Enterprise S., Sch. Sunshine RK.

    ARRIVALS
    Sch, Turtle Dove, 82 tons
    “ivierre, from St. Lucia
    DEPARTURES
    Sch. Mary M, Lewis, 69 tons net, Capt
    Marshall for British Gulana.
    Sch, W. L, EUNICIA, 38 tons
    Capt. Joseph, for Dominica.
    M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons
    Cook for Trinidad

    In Touch with Barbados
    Coastal Station

    Cable and Wireless (W.L.) Ltd. advise
    that they can now communicate with the
    following -ships through their Barbados
    Coast Station;—

    net, Capt

    net,

    net, Capt.

    3.5. Usodimare, S. Monica, Spurt
    Greenhaven Trails, lonian Pioneer,
    Geirulv, Cherbourg, Esso New Orleans, |
    Trinbles Ford, Esso Worcester, Charles
    Paddock, Alcoa Pennant, Alabama,
    Basis, Pacific Liberty, Amekura, La
    Sierra, Tanker Fede, Pathfinder, Baron
    Geddes, Cavina, Karamea, Queen of
    Bermuda,

    Rates of Exchange

    APRIL, 4, 1951
    CANADA
    64 2/10% pr. Cheques on
    Bankers 62 2/10 pr
    .. Demand
    Demand
    Drafts 62.05% pr
    Sight Drafts 61 9/10 pr
    64 2/10% pr. Cable
    62 7/10% pr. Currency © 7/10% pr,
    . Coupons 60% pr
    pr Silver 20% pr

    MAIL NOTICES

    MAILS for the United Kingdom ty the
    5.8. GOLFTTO will be closed at the Gen-
    | Post Office as under

    i¢

    | arcel Mail at 3 p.m, on the 10th
    | April 1951. Registered Mail at 1.30 p.m
    | Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, on the Uth
    | April 1061

    | MANS for
    | LADY JOY



    St. Lucia by the M.*
    will be closed at the Gen-
    , eral Post Office as under

    Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails}
    [ at 12 noon om the 6th April 1951.

    ia hl vryy
    OT TS
    a

    LINDEN BLOSSOM @

    SOAPS

    BLUE HYACINTH







    ns aiken

    NOTICES

    a te
    Se ce.





    MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW

    ZEALAND. LINE, LIMITED
    (M.A.N.Z, LINE) \

    a



    For further particulars apply:

    1
    The M.V. Caribbee will
    M “TONGARIRO” sailed Brisbane accept Cargo and Pagsen-
    March 24th, Arriving at Barbados Nay oey CP
    let. 7 gers for Dominica, Antigua,
    Cargo accepted on through Bills of Montserrat, Nevis and “St
    Lading with transhipment at Trinidad Kitts. Sailing Friday “6th =
    for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward sf
    and Leeward Islands, instant.
    '

    B.W.I. SCHOONER

    VTURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., and 4
    Da COSTA & CO, LTD., OWNERS ASSOC, INC.
    Bridgetown, |
    Trinidad, Barbados, Tele, 4047.
    BW. B.W.d





    NEW YORK SERVICE

    SS. “Geirulv”’ — guile

    23rd) March ~~ arrives Barbados Sth April
    A Steamer sails 6th

    April. — arrives Barbados 20th April

    NEW ORLEANS SERVICE









    S.S. “Alcoa Polaris” sails 2ist March — arrives Barbados 4th. April,
    S.8. “Alcoa Roamer” sails 4th April Arrives: Barbados Mth April
    CANADIAN SERVICE
    SOUTHBOUND
    Name of Ship SAILS HALIFAX ARKIVE ‘DOS
    8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT”... .. 9... March 2%th etre 2
    SS. “ALCOA PARTNER” . . April 9th. April 19th
    NORTHBOUND
    5S. "ALCOA PEGASUS" ‘ +» due April Sth Sails for St, Law.
    rence River Ports.
    3.5. “ALCOA PIONEER” ve ** due April 12tb Sails for St. John,
    an st Lawrence
    River Ports.
    ne



    Ti ese vessels have limited accommodation,

    ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
    APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

    passenger



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    Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominia., for sail- i
    |
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    Rotterdam, Single fare £70; usual reductions for children,



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    PAGE EIGHT



    BARBADOS GETS FIRST
    NETBALL LEAGUE
    Legal And Carter For Barbados
    Tennis Team

    RACING



    * BARBADOS ADVOCATE





    ACADEMY

    ~\Mechanical Horse



    Two Million
    Pieces For

    CourseRebuild

    By JAMES GOODFELLOW

    161 Ds

    THERE were 16 notifications of
    anfectious Diseases for the month
    of March: _They are Diphtheria
    3; Enteric Fever 5; Tuberculosis
    8,

    Se TEE

    By M. Harrison-Gray



    THURSDAY, APRIL

    What’s on Today

    Court of Grand Sessions —
    10 a.m.

    Police Courts—10 a.m.

    Meeting of the St. Joseph
    Vestry—1 p.m.

    Meeting of the Sanitary
    Commissioners—1 p.m.

    | eS =

    CINEMAS

    5, 1951

    ltch Germs
    Killed in 7 Minutes

    + Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny seams

    and pores where germs hide and cause ter-

    rible Itching. Cracking, Eczema, .

    Gureing. Acne, Ringworm, Psoriasis,
    kheads, P’





    js ; , ‘ Sale of furniture at Lower . Pimples, Foot Itch and other
    : , * THE three courses of Royal bealer : South clea blemishes. Ordinary treatments give o
    Basketball Season Opens On Saturday Fae got, club, SERA, eas = Phin tatt ee || eepmuee ances meet hee
    mined; the turf was stripped from N. Wesley Hall Boys’ i ills the germs in 7 minutes and ts
    ; " : the fairways and greens to oF 2 sports—1.30 p.m. | uaranteed to give you a soft: lear, attrac.
    By O. S. COPPIN camouflage the forts of the % Police Band gives open air back on return of empty package.
    BARBADOS has now got its first Netball League and on Atlantic Wall. o9754 . céiheert at District “B’— guaranteed _Nixoderm from ides etre:
    i Saturday last, Lady Savage, who has graciously extended Since reconstruction work began % 51084 7.45 p.m. Nixéderm Cause of skig
    j her patronage to the newly formed Association, made the we winters ago more than SRSs Mobile Cinema gives show or im Troubles trouble.
    first pass in the opening match of the season at Queen’s ee of tart — a 1 oe 5% * Ng ge pape
    : . - ’ e , SS. hn—?7. .m. ~— - .——
    / eeee in a fixture between Queen’s College and Olympia sown. ene ee Meeting of “alliance Fran.
    . . o
    His, Excellency the Governor jill leave for Trinidad on Sunday. forse eee pone tee ml ie $38 543 : aan oe ee ae te WATCH THIS SPACE
    was also present. The second fix- He will then practise with gall of ; ivan ”
    ture of the season takes place this and Carter. P Taylor and Legall €.800 yards course, the Union Jack is deal & in a § Famille Martin” will be Join ADVOCATE’S
    . : Ce : , and the Belgian flag flying above ended aS, shown—8.15 p.m.
    afternoon when Erdiston Training will play single fixtures and Tay- dhe dubhouse. rubber Bridge he.
    College team meets St, Michael’s jor and Carter doubles. presents its mechanical or South elected to poe bis

    Old Girls at Erdiston College. The

    : And now for a line on. Basket-
    game begins at 5 p.m.

    ball.

    RACING ACADEMY
    h All

    are labelled in relation to

    jorse. parts
    the job they do. Here is the key :—

    A. Brakes and Steer-

    G. Propulsion - units

    Lay-out, with narrow fair-
    ways bordered by dunes and
    pine woods, differs greatly from

    freak hand wii
    on the mudd theory. that
    a five-card maior should be

    shown first. a reverse rebid

    Empire : “All About Eve”
    Royal: “Phantom Speaks”
    Plaza (Bridgetown): ‘Treasure



    (Leaner City CAMPAIGN



    ing. (hocks). the old one and when the turf on al int hand being Istana” Space. ....G, A. Service
    Netball Basketball 5. Bhocksabecehet ; one = een = oars is properly knitted the course Barnet Ge pid, tie Asesye: “Rachel And The Stran-
    ‘ 3 . * - eel-~- —the rma valuable ive jamonds &5 a Si *
    A Netball League in Barbados _ The Season begins on Saturday, Theiher\. hava tha should be a fine test, against’. Four Spades by
    is somewhat overdue. When a 7th April, at Y.M.P.C., when two m ) pe Dog *% oe Ken Bousfield holds the record fast-West, but speeds this

    team from Queen’s College toured first division games take place by

    Trinidad in 1949, the results were floodlight. The games begin at 7.45 D. Accelerators (whip | in a close photo-finish. Relgium Open won by Roberto de returned to Pive Hearts, as : :
    not favourable to the Barbadian p.m. and the jockey’s heels). x. { g ttom tert Vicenzo, 282 for four rounds. from wa ie ye Paix Th W h Just Reeeived
    girls, but there was obvious im- Eight teams have been admitted E. Engine (heart-room | to right.) e vulnerable There is also an inner course Hearts and five Diamonds. e éat er ; ; > 7
    provement in their play as the tc the first division competition. —the bigger the better). | points: Wind uhsound- of 4,400 yards in playing order. st led & pane the TO-DAY Horlicks Malted Milk 3 sizes
    tour progressed, Later the Bishop ‘hey ave WiC, H.C Old. Boye, CI dE Na Aimang the clubs best players | Stee "Sieh, Hada, | |] gan mine 8: bf tm it bee
    Anstey High School in their turn Y.M.P.C., ¥.M.C.A., Pirates, hips, stifle joints). = Cen Seeeaeeerty \ are Brie Tavernier, John de } (um fol Snoled for a Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
    toured Barbados in 1950, and won Pickwick, Carlton and Fortress. vw : Meulemeester, former Amateur ‘oss of 1400 points—a heavy Moon (New): April 6 Palmers Soap
    Tarte atees hee, ete | PRA SNOLE — ‘cherries foe |e tee eo || Horr, ge Bin

    In 1950, the Olympia Club sent ond division, viz: H.C.; Y.M.P.C., 4 = ws : Serge and Jack du Vivier. bid. 1. Five Diamonds High Water: 3.22 a.m, Buckleys White Rub
    a team to Grenada and this team Pirates, Modern High School, EY’S ‘3 000 TIP Tavernier is one of golf's re- could have been made 3.18 p.m. *# Mixture
    lost -the majority of matches Lynch's Secondary School, Police, 9 markable young men. He is 3 against any defence. Sie
    played. These losses were not Regiment, 1st Barbados Sea Scouts 4 Holder of the Belgium Amateur| S#xsessssasssssesssenenssssssgnsscnsnesene YESTERDAY f
    entirely due to inferior play, but, 2" James Street Boy Seouis, By THE SCOUT If Lord Rosebery’s stallion and Open Amateur champion- enayn Banners: 7eretoe Rainfall (Codrington): Nil Cuticura Soap
    in many instances, to a different Ocean Swell sires big-race win- Ships at 20. Total for month to yester- “ ee

    All First Division games will be

    interpretation of the Rules cf played at Y¥.M.P.C ounds Above you’ sée a sample of ners this season, these successes —_—_—_—__ Pu — —— day: .67 in. Canadian Healing Oil
    Nethall by the various clube, Beckles Road, by ‘loodlight on British bloodstock. He 35,000,000. Swell 4 sedi i; com hat Sao Paulo Team will YOUR Wt cayPhOQuoTt ielebiretene (ia: 725 F Hones” ip. Jars
    ayy, . , ; . one uhit of the y y - Swell’s immediate progeny uu : , : . ; ; ;
    After these tours, there was a Tam huis poldnnit 4 aa ee Worth of thoroughbreds now liv- also all the closely related mares, Play Under Are Lights in this space tomorrow Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E..
    ae feelin Bat ee a cond Division ieines Will be ing in these islands. yearlings, foals, ete, which Lord PARIS, April 4. J. A. CORBIN & SONS (3 b.m.) E.8.E.
    Sf Bas gate in Datvades “tem toe played in the afternoon ai , He costs 2s. 6d, to name, and Rosebery soni (And Thee versa.) The Sao Paulo soccer team from Belmont Road —— 7 ae ee C. CARLTON BROWNE
    at yi . i we if want to change The hopeful owners lose money pypa>j ; ; ; aa a,
    Rage sep towards this was te ti oA Polis Bention ond the fe ates et S* in aggregate. There are the ex- areal eri Aarit 18 on 16 eee: See Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30,008, Wholesale # Retail Dragstst
    make certain that all clubs in Modern High School on and the “Training fees average about £7 ceptions. When Nimbus won the we match is due to be played (3 p.m.) 29.914 186 Roebuck St. — Dial 281%
    Barbados interpret the rules cor=' * Pirates and Fortress are hewly 3, week. With a stable-lad’s wage 1949 Derby for Mrs. Glenister the | der are lights in the evening.
    ps The assistance oe ddmifted | 26 the First Di tsion at £5 a week, oats at £28 a ton, result brought her £14,000 in —Reuter.
    Wotton TE eat ie eS while Sea Seolits and Taine Street and all the extras, the ae, stakes SPA & Hates WOES, for stud
    Me Kinstry, has been of the Boy Scouts are entering teams for Nx prey eta” eee : ie See ae FOR YOUR VACATION NEEDS
    greatest value in this, Meetings the first time. The Regiment 19 “phen he gets 10 per cent. of But how can the “small” owner

    of Netball referees have been held
    and very helpful demonstrations
    given,

    entering again after missing last
    season’s competition.

    The edrmpetition promises to be
    And now, with the co-operation

    of the sehools and netball clubs
    in the island, it has been possible
    to start a league. Lady Savage

    anybody’s victory, Some teams—
    chiefly Y.M.C.A., Harrison College
    Qld Boys, Harrison College and

    7 y 5 M. ‘s i—1, 60 ‘
    has taken a keen interest in Pi-kwick, have lost some of their Official Rate 1 umakets pre ke farmers, "MEN'S DOUBLES (Semi-Fikals) Leave your travel problems Skirts, Shorts, Blouses, Ladies Sun
    games for girls and she has kindly old players to other clubs, but the ,JocREYS set, an = Pate of they enjoy bad luck at certain yeqi jw. Mekinstry ane. verte |. es Dresses,Girls’ Play Suits, Bathing
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    also shewn great interest, will be may prove very interesting. "The could believe racécourse gossip, Duly Red Ascent, every year Mr. and Mrs. Barnes—t 30 beat Mrs. Canvas Sport Shoes.
    the first President. : old rule of registering eight first they, get more than five guineas The bookmakers’ bogey is the R Challenor and K, Mason—Ye 15, 6—4, LTD.
    _ To the League the sporting pub- division players has been revised for losing. And they usually get amount of irrecoverable bad debts | -s- TODAY’S FIXTURES
    lic send their best wishes for a and amended and, for at least the More than seven guineas for win- \i0h they contract. ‘Mine tot up MIXED DOUBLES Main Floor: Cave, Shepherd 5
    very successful season, first few games, there are likely ing.) to £100,000,” one of the big men _ Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Barnés vy. Miss 4949 ::: Phones ::: 4920 THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE

    to be some powerful 2nd Division
    combinations, There are howevr
    a few weak new teams which will
    provide interesting games
    amongst themselves,

    Lawn Tennis

    The Barbados Lawn _ Tennis
    Association have successfully ask-
    ed Ralph Legall and Ralph Carter,
    Barbadians resident in Trirfdad,

    pretty well contested and it may be 8

    ©. Subsidia: shock -
    absorbers (pacterns).

    winning stakes, and the chance to
    buy fresh horses, These deals
    sometimes result in a profit mar-
    in.

    On -such transactions,
    betting, trainers eke out
    laborious, precarious living.

    and on
    their

    In fact, there was the embar-
    rassed jockey in the last few
    years who had £3,000 in cash
    thrust on him after landing a big-
    race gamble,

    He knew his bank didn’t need

    1. This is what counts

    win—on balance—wher there are
    2,300 races to be shared afriong
    5,500 horses? |

    In bétting the chances are with
    the bookmakers, although at least
    three well-known firms on the
    course have been knocked out in

    told me recently.

    Fancy that, to be owed
    £100,000, and still be fairly pros-
    perous, What a business !



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    to join with Eric Taylor in repre- Support the money, so he put it into a dé °
    senting Barbados in the Inter- Jt is hoped that the public will Suitcase under his bed. . “Good Ylows for Gathmaticas eee
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    Cambridge Crew
    See New York

    NEW YORK, April 4.
    The Cambridge crew took a
    quick look at New York on Tues-
    day and agreed with an emphatic

    the drainpipe the very night that
    the jockey chose to throw his
    celebration party in London... .
    Owners can be divided into two
    groups — the “haves” and _ the

    bloodstock, stud farms, and train-
    ing éstablishments, for instance,
    is estimated at around £4,000,000.
    The Aga Khan’s huge _ interest,
    too, is based on a financial basis.

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    make their profits out of their
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    He therefore contacted Ralph for the races, on April 14 against ine oe att, With the Ideal hold-
    Legall and Ralph Carter, two ex- Yale and April 19 at Boston against whet Tie aptetinte ave i
    cellent players and who were Harvard, the Massachusetts Insti- melded. We can how con- 14” thick, 4’ < 6’, 8°, 10’ long a '
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    The local Council were informed.{over six feet and 174 Ibs, At the Scie
    and welcomed the idea, inviting{jbow is Harry H, Almond, five feet
    these players and they in turn ac- fq Une and weighing a mere 144 Ibs.,
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