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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Hav badvos

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895

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21m Tons |

TITO OFFERS



20 YEARS A |

LEGISLATOR

Mr. H. Wilkinson,
M.C.P., has served for
twenty years as a member
of the House of Assembly
(March 1931—Marech 1951).
His Honour Mr. K. N, R.
Husbands, Speaker of the
House of Assembly, gave a
dinner in the Dining Room
of the House of Assembly
last night as a mark of appre.
ciation of this public service

John Hadley Wilkinson
came to Barbados in 1908 to
reside permanently but he
had paid several visits be
fore that time

He became a member of
the House of Assembly in

J.

‘Cane Sugar
Expected

(From Qur Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 5.

The world cane sugar produc-
ticn this year is expected to be
approximately 21,591,000 tons
This, according to the latest
estimates compiled by Czarnikows,
will be an increase of over 800,000
tons on last year,

A jump of 55,000 tons in West
| Indian production is expected to
| be only partially offset by a drop
| of 5,000 tons in production figures
| for British Guiana. - Mauritius ex-

pects to record an increase












|

United Nations Troops

|
|
|

ATOM SPIES
TO DIE



Push On 10 Miles Over
Thirty-eighth Parallel

TOKYO, April 5.
UNITED NATIONS troops advanced 10 miles
into North Korea today. All along the front
they were over the 38th parallel.
They are striking at Chorwon, one of their firs!



of NEW YORK,: April 5 major objectives north of the border. Ganture o

Mareh 1931 and previous to |} 46,000 making a 456,000 tons out- pGonvicted atom bomb spi the tity could force the Chinese to abandon defence

s he had twice acted as 2 put. But Australian sugar out- a ce ee end His. wit nied . , centr
member of the Legislative |! puts are foreseen to fall 50,000 Ethel, were sentenced to death positions close to the parallel along the central
Council, tons. , Seaetban, OM Pedacat: Court ret] front or risk splitting up their forces in this area.

He served on the Execu- Doubtful ae Ste tia ee eee Fighting today amounted to
tive Committee as well as ‘ E i eral Judge Irving R. Kaufman AON Gomnbht far the wentern der
Mie Exeéulics Goukell, but The size of the Cuban crop is ordered them to be executed some ® a 1eFce Arce a * “ke fice : ; =
resigned on the introduction open to doubt. Persistent reports time in the week beginning May De julies Still tor One Am rican 0 ficer here
of the Bushe exreriment in || ae yield owing to drought ta - A ai. ' i " explained: We hax €-t9 kill ther

3 conditions have heightened the at . : eg HES © S at “gees 2s BH The Court did not specify the right in their foxhole

Party Government to become A ve re : . ' ; e My 1 gy eat oe esentitinn te eats D li k | To the right of British Comm
Leader of the Opposition Lhe he wat ace tie § output may MARSHAL TITO (centre) recently left lis sick bed to. make anjimportant policy statement to 1,200 dele- that 4 he Sbeuten pasate be pur “a oe e¢ wealth troop Communists | ar
Porty, pe. Bremer than hati ct the | 7 ites at tie Mational Congress of Ha-Selvicamien in Belgrade. He said there was no problem between jvied out according to the law. [i opposing the United Nations ad

Mr. Wilkinson has had the [| PF°vious season. But there is still} Yugoslavia and Italy which could not be solved, provided there wag no outside interference, and that | lengthy preliminary diceucsior PARIS, April 5, ! vance along almost the solid 10
distinetion of serving under | '#k of the possibility of 5,600,000! Gromyko had no right to raise the issue of Trieste at the Big Four deputies talks in Paris. On the plat- [before imposing sentence the Sig Four” Deputies failea| mile front with elements of tw
five Speakers of the House oe and it is worthy of note that] form with Marshal Tito were, from left to right: Osman Karabegovie, Minister of Commerce and Food: Judge told the Rosenbergs “I con ; any head a today at al Chinese Army corps. In reser
of Assembly —Sir Frederick the Cuban institute has made no| Aleksandar Rancovic, Minister of Home Affairs: Ivan Gosnyak, Minister of National Defence and sider your crime worse than] ju: Vglvan the Ae iY ty G Mi a tule corps
Clarke, Sir Harold Austin, revision of that figure on which the} Djuro Puger, President of the Bosnia Hercegovine Government. Express | murder” ny " ict D puty it the Rus- ~The Chinese are fighting to holt
Mr. Douglas Pile, Mr. G. B. |) #Pportionment of the crop has |-——- one .—— ee U.S. Attorney. Irving R. Saypoll sian ‘Embassy here, echtemec} two strategic hills to. the orth
Evelyn and now Mr. K.N. R. | been calculated. : ‘ aid that Federal Law, under the rvers statec iThey brought some artillery into
Husbands. ' But, says Czarnikows, in the | Judge's sentence would requiré play in this fighting

He was at one time a | event of the crop being no more < hy he Rosenbergs to be executed ir Lunchir for two hours the In several sectors ingreasingly
member of the St. Michael's fare is year’s, it would rears he electric chair eputies had a secret discussion in| dense minefields were reported
Vestry but he is no longer |; *2¢ balance remaining in the 4 i

A keen businessman, Mr.
Wilkinson has interests in





means be excessive and
even prove insufficient.

might


































Judge Kaufman told the Rosen-

ed the records and my conscience
for some reason for mercy, but






















: aa Dia to hammer out an agreed] United Nations troops truded
special reserve to a mere 185,000 a > bergs “plain deliberate murder is | fo , Fototen 1 tere’l no sinée’

i & taaaaer of the Vedty | tons which as carty-pver stock at T Ww, dwarfed) by your acts’. The] oue® for the Foreign Ministers’) rorth.-—Renter

a wk Taaian, 3 the end of the Seat, would by no 1 Judge added that he had “search- We

tern tepresentatives were

inderstood to have maintained “Threat Of War Is

















- : ‘ heir ‘

: i e e } I am convinced that I would vio- leir preliminary objections to the . mn] .
the firms of Wilkinson & Estimating the total sale to non- n troo k ll G i , > e late the trust placed in me if || “test Soviet proposals tabled yes- As Great As Ev er
Haynes Co,, Ltd., C. 8, Pitch. || United States destinations up to y I 1a) ps ; 1 W I I olicemen showed any leniency to the Ro erday , 3
er & Co., Ltd., Reef Manure || the end of this month at about | eats m Fi enbergs,"--(CP) Today's 24th formal session wa Says Truman
Works, Knight's Ltd, Advo- ||} one and three quarter million ye e ee re ancelled following the prolonged we Bes
cate Co,, Ltd, Chelsea Gar- tons, the tonnage available for free Ss a 90 Cc m t | I 2 K 2 ¥ “ inch time discussion. The length JASHINGTON, April 5
age Lid. | sale is reduced to little more than r e 1 e en 4 1e in : W ool Prices f today’s talks indicated to west- Pseeleent T — e nis weeks

During the war years |; 550,000 tons. , : ern observers, here that Gromyko|!Y Press Conference to-day re»

: | . 4) 5 LONDO: il fasta ite +o seas inant
1939—1945 Mr. Wilkinson |} ; ‘ . DAMASCUS, Ap il 5. West Ken Be eo Drop Lower tiled to meet any of the remain- ts ee Dare or
served as a Commissioner of || Eight Israeli aircraft late today raided a demilitarised zone ics buiret.- Beats “tines: thie 12 Western objectiong t@ the latest | f° souse of Represent ives Cont
Rationing Gasoline. He “he | BW I May Get in the El Hamma area of the Israeli-Syrian border, a Syrian Colonial Police Conterenee coy _.., MELBOURNE, April 5, | ‘USsian draft agenda—Reuter. gressman Sam Rayburn yesterday,
oer Sat tocee apt | a Vase . military spokesman declared here tonight. held, met King George VI an on prices which eae 0 ~seniaencsmasilindiiicwes that non-Chinese’ Corneiunie

: . . "hr s c Superseded by the Depart- | Trade Commissioner The pokesman aid that inhabitants in the area were ing took place during the royal] to 16 times the previous figure 4. € . J and that the beginning of World
ment of Highways and bombed in an hour-long attack. visit to the Police College at Tyton.| fell to-day for the fourth su , rance AC opts War III might be neat

ransport, , sti ee : r Biutntcati tre essive dz Joo! circles here / he ould ay was that
A keen yachtsman, Mr } hi U.K. Syrian Anti-aircraft replied : rg ae ah ee a 11 eve: the “cor is ‘iis ‘ ik a R e R here w My ‘ “truth ful man

" 2 i avy fi 5 { jac >} > ing ar 1ee 8 t ‘ > to anne ‘ ‘ i mé
Wilkinson has been associ- (From Our Own Correspondent) ee a tae tae eo hich a] Robert Adams Satta to visit aie Gieen rs withdrawal from the market by e orm Bill Later he added that he would not
ated with the activities of LONDON, April 5. dl is ay SW vce any Wisc aa tional university of crime detec.| the American buyers answer any questions on that

the Royal Barbados Yacht | Recent Trade Talks between,‘ vue 2 smoke behind he said. . os tion, to which the most promising Authoritative estimate of the PARIS, April 5 subject at all
Club for many years and has Britain and Cuba may result in the | N° casualties were reported. rges nquiry Sficdi: from. EYitein wid worog tl Atop. at the Glide of todde's nic The National Assembi, todav{,, The President said that the
owned and raced boats in British West Indies establishing 4 f welve or Six : xe} compared with those before Easte,; | adopted the Elect ; yj threat of the outbreak of World
tous ; A Reut 7 rt fr Haifa says Bo for twelve or six months to be } re Ea | e Electoral Reform Bill ; : : g j +
the regattas staged under the || Trade Commissioner with a full| , 4 Reuter report from Haifa says : ; trained ave Jepartrne was: merino down 15 per cen’.|by the narrow orm Bill) War ITT was just as great as it
auspices of the Royal Bar- staff in both Britain and Canada| that United Nations observers Ommission their wees eae comeback 25 be ment, fine ie C anew majority of twelve.! ever had been and he Isted sev-
' c j i yed ¢ ai S ery wors ) ack <0 per cent., > cross ommunists, Gaullists ana} eral st sis periods, Thesé
ado's Yacht Club in the very near future, braved a hail of bullets to hglp re fs ire . 2 fae . e hau and} eral post-war crisis perioc (
ae A hint of this was contained in|Israeli authorities recover the ° It was a pleasant. social dpter, | bred 30 per cent. and medium t {several centre and right. wihg jincluded the Soviet blockade of
\a report from Jamaica today| bodies of 7 Israeli policemen For B. G. Police pusdevirrsserious talks on the Fecent) course crossbred 20 per cent Deputies. voted “against “ThE Bill / Berlin and the ‘western air lift
WILL which was warmly received by/killed in a clash with Syrian Ke ; troubles in Grenada and in colo- —Reuter. | Socialists, Most Popular Republi-|into. Berlin in 1948; the threat to
AURIOL Las West Indian interests im this|froops in Northern Israel yester-{ {Ftom, Our Own Corresponde) 7 nes in Africa The King and cans, some Moderate Radicals-and|Greece and Turkey in 1947; the
T AIDA country day ¥ en phond , gg : Queen spent about three hours at oe Independents voted for it. There|threat to Persia in 1946, and the
iad Mr r ¢ ra ; ober dams, former London | ¢}; ‘ollege studying the latest . were 264 Ys 252 ap ; lrawal Russis orca

| Said Mr. A. E, V._ Barton, An Israeli s os vy lth. ! € coilleg g votes for and 252 against | withdrawal of Russian f

| 3 f f spokesman said early stage and screen actor now on a ; ime ey * talk ee » ae 2424s : er : ' earcak
(Secretary ), : We at the Wes: today three other policemen were chaeges of gtternptiia to daloet eee jue in raining police officers Ame ricas Ne ce pt Electoral Rerorm—a_ bitterly|there and finally he Koreah
IEW YORK ril 5 India Committee would welcome |, bars : i ‘ aes ee ; « The King and Queen also x ‘ fought issue in Frenct lit crisi
NEW YORK, April 5. } a Eitar nat: hac ae wounded and one captured in a] the course of justice cabled the| watched exercises by trained ( ompr san ; as A pollics =
President _-Vingent_DAalrio: heihtyus Wout as wverpanine ‘in | Clash which occurred in the de-| Secretary of State for the Colonies police dogs on the college lawn - pi omist ait te ear a ba eee NO COMMENT
France will visit Canada after his | oe se Trade|Militarised zone of Lake Hule| alleging victimization by the |i, ths . his whiten seals seins on abinet led by Rene Pleven : Tene “=
visit to the United States which cur power to help the Trade hear the Sea ‘of Galiles. \ttorney-General and threats by | They hac func h with the tude nts a WASHINGTON April 5 Vhe fall of the present Gove n- WASHINGTON April 5
4 ‘ * s ae 2 Among the first of 16. policé The cc re . ) f ric nent ide hes ( \ ‘
ras ¢ qualified diplomatic suc- ‘Commissioner, he Police of a criminal charge for , ! re conference of American} nent under Henry Queuille less President Truman today 4
her iy egal : : Observers tried to arrange for] appearing as prosecutor in a case | Commissioners to be aa F Foreign Ministers here, broke a] than a month old was being fore-| fused to comment on reports that
SS. : ake, \ aide vo a dogs » to ala the King and Queen were E. M. F.| threatened deadlock afte debat-] cast to tw a General Dougla MacArth
: a tutien i ‘Ix; ~ yy » L- the return of seven bodies, one] against the Police j é “ g ¢ after a ast today “within a week" over | Genera t 3
s Diplomatic talks Held Falenoe a Milvy erlon lo Ask wounded man and one prisoner Adams’ cable asks for immedi- | Beadon (Tr nidad ), W A Calver) ing for seven hours the resolution] ‘he same issue despite the expect United Nations ¢ ommendersinp
Pinot ck Mantes od , ] t T b still in the hands of Syrian troops} ate investigation of certain allega- | a a) and R. J, Verral (Baha eeccmnmnenittng pos Say action by} ed narrow majority for the Bill. | ¢ or oo nan ene a eal, baby
French A ste ‘ 2G : . ; : . mas : rican republics in up "1 " se o bomb inese Co unis
rt . bes "i yer ve have occu-| tions and/or, the appointment of 3 : The Electoral Re } s a| sec : 1
Dean Acheson, Secretary of State, Abou nrnire kt an Saas tee .clemnilstart ed}|a Commission to Tetectinets the |. Their Majesties had arrived at] port of the United Nation craprbnrtee Datenme to hidkites bases in Manchuria, President
were extremely useful, coming as LONDON, April 5. | zone a spokesman said . working and organisation of the | the police college after a night] — United State merreMry. ystem of proportional represen-| 2'uman said that the ques
they did before the projected Lord Milverton is- to’ ask the . British Guiana Police Force, and|svent. in the royal train from State, Dean Acheson UpPorted | ation and a system Gh alaihe. a could not be answered bec:
Council of Foreign Ministers, se of Lord They were accompanied by;of the legal machinery of the | Windsor by Colombia -and Brazil made ent tn tee ate whi, ohtatne| Wasa military ‘and — stra
Government in the House of Lord y , 7 “ , ‘ ‘ t ra Shetie to the candidate who obtains
—Reuter. next Tuesday whether it is the case | members of the Israeli delegation] colony. The King and Queen later vis-| Vigorous efforts to prevent wate TI the majority of votes q Reuter
s a a. Ar b to the Mixed Armistice Commis- It was disclosed to-day that|ited parts of the country to secy ing down the resolution, to which me : :
that Britain and Cuba are on the | te Rober 5 i ‘ st teks | aaa laa Mexico had offered a number of The Pill is designed to keep a pee
: sion. Obert Adams in a letter on} homb-damaged houses } j | TELL THE ADVOCATE
we as oe, See pe: Syrian troops opened fire on] Wednesday to the Attorney-Gen- For the King the visit would| dalifying amendment arge number of Communist}’ » ”
BERNHARD HONOURED | which ee ence: anes th ir jee waa they. were forced | @ral, referred to a Press report of | jy ing back memories of the Novem The debate took place in the|Deputies out of the next Parlla- THE NEWS
substantial quantities of Cuban] eir jeeps é tipi’ i March 28 las ‘garding tt thc He ae eight nation Sub-Committee o:}/ment but its architects do not}! AL 3113
BUENOS AIRES, April 5. | tobacco, to take cover he said. With death en ast, nA wert me ©} ber day in 1940 when, after an military and political co-operation,Jexpect a big falling off ibs DIAL 311!
r ad zs ets whining around them, they} Geatn oo yron Ounter, taXi- learly morning journey from the| MHL age i pe ye revere ee Gti oO in votes Y OR NIGHT
Preslady. ce Te . Hewitt sigo ask. weer _ rhea and mauve back down the driver, who was said to have lost feuth, he went to see for himself eng the ae vee r awe ORES. FOR helen Meme: BABY ee " 7
Decree conferring the Grand Cross|Government have considered the road to.El Hama, Hot Springs his life by drowning in a trench] ihe square mile of smokirie debris| tentative agreement Reuter Keuter.
of the Order of Merit on Prince|yresult of such action on the ' are ilies —Reater, |07 East Bank, Demerara, after] \,7, ther tike ; . city alte e
3ernhard of the Netherlands whe|economy of Jamaica and on the Renter, being warned he would be prose- | = oe 8 eel sia Of fer a OOVC ELD OOOS DD ODG DODO SOOO SESE TEP OPED |
; tot Ft { j ite : J va sage : = ™ 7 ” ¥ . s .
is here on a goodwill visit. fo edger evare in the cigar abies a wy ow Netee cee ee vay. —Renter Argentiria Renews x 3%
—_ i stry there, —Reuter. ams’ SE é ; 2 :
ee 2 atoll P ki —M , information at his disposal, sup- Ch . 7 F; Ikki Is oc — e
fib nll e ing oscow ported by sworn staternents vol : Aan 0 a ands $ 8
SHOULDERS! é i untarily made by several persons CHURCHILL TO SEE a ‘i . S
” Ss rit Likely Soon including eye-witnesses, it ap t WASHINGTON, April 5. 1% .
m I f peared that Mounter was beaten U.S. PRESIDENT Argenting has reaffirmed = it RX » |
fase > t i on uA mn al ie B eld Fs analy TS z
fi LONDON, April 5. o death, then thrown, into the WASHINGTON, April 5 claim to the Briti h I eld Fa clarin | % A I l %
i Sea : sHior adv Mocha Canal ; 7 Island in the South Atlantic| %
Dr. Han Lih Wu, senior adv President Truman today em- * \
, Ay Shek’s Ne alist Adams requested the Attorney . : Ocean The claim was made by|§ s
to Chiang Kai Shek’s Nationalis General to bring the matter to the | Phatically denied reports that he tine Foreign Minister Hipo R %
Government in Formosa who left} citention of the C.1.D. and added | planned a visit to Paris this year] Argentine Foreign Minister toe | % ‘ $
London for Washington today,|}) 44 ; Poet atte his aoe to return President Auriol’s visit| lito Paz, who told the committer % BEST IS ¥
believes the disruptive tactics of vas at the di Dd a af the Attor- to America. Truman disclosed} of the Pan-American Conference] % xR
—. was 6 spose ) > = 7 . 7 (re veste > >
the Mcscow-controlled C hinese} ,ey-General hat Winston c hurehill would here ye stetday Shab the oer a | % %
Communists may heighten the at- Adams also allege that the al} on him during ee at one to} cons iders the islands as part of her) % %
mosphere in the near future, of Police are attempting to browbeat | 4Merica next month eute territory a i y %
growing dissensidn between Peking | witnesses to keep quiet. She did not recognise ary other) ¥ $
and Moscow nations’ claims to them ot % $=
é sc ‘ . ¥ eh rad > e « ° 5
In an interview on the eve of his P t c m ti j GENERAL MANAGER Argentine territory in the Antar % .
Dr. Han made this resents Lredentiais



departure,

statement in a warning against the BUENOS AIRES, April 5





















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“present tactics of the Kremlin, The British Ambassador Sir ,UENOS AIRES ril 8 . .
| which aim at dividing the West”. | William Henty Bradshaw. Mack ikon Ori om 2h ae Farmer Dy namites seasinminamucwessse
presented his credentials to Presi primienn pt ts ; Mainiées ond me rer x }
He then said he had reason to}dent Peron this morning. After tae ep 19 ones eee voara k armhous: e zt &
believe dissension between Peking | the ceremony he spent - coon oe tive Vitel et ee on % ; K W a [ <
-oWw mi y E informal talk with Peron, >tors, a 1 ) : ‘ :
and Moscow might socn ye in an inform 4 eitiae. heart failure on Wednesday night Kills Wife, Daughter % : . . s S
BARS at) ask a i He had been working late at his % x
aE ss . iffice OSLO, April 5 4 3
La Nacion is one of Argentina’s} A farmer near Voss today blew S \ NJ E ET \ / E R Mi | J [ H %
e major remaining independent] up his farmhouse with dynamite x
reemen ewspapers.—(C.P.) killing his wife and six-year-old ss
| daughter, His mother and other 3
children escaped from the house UTH sy
| b e 4 just before the explosion $
In Grenada ro ul l Ss B.G. WANTS $14,400,000 The man did not resist when x
j (From Our Own Correspondent arrested. The authorities had re- s
iE +E’ J 3., April 5 cently thought of committing him 2
, spondent GEORGETOWN, B.G., April 5 , 1 ‘
Bal a Aale voreeer ENADA April 5s The Legislative Council approv-| to an asylum.—Reuter 3oth Wines have excellent qualities §&
1 hed et d ft noon in cf} 4,8 Bil to, raise $14,400,000 in as beverages : nd for use with Gin for &
An agreement was reached late yesterday afternoon in @} London for development scheme: as beverages and fo ue he a
| 2%, hours meeting of the Agricultural Association and the] The Financial Secretary intim- TRUMAN APPEALS appetisers or C ocktails The v are %
i . y ; ee * P ohne Mon.} ited that it is decided to raise 7 aad ae y i, tee sure white wines with the &
: Agricultural Employers’ Society with the Manual and Mer 310,000,000 in London and part of] ,, WASHINGTON, April 5 oh fr mat prob abinkad lribet fet Sess
< ial Workers’ Union, ending the tension on the Labour front.] ye’ remaining issue. might be : on ioadin’ _y a ne aoe ot extracts Of t t g
jet} ‘ . mar . ¢ ra) stri locate - * subscription} @ ste n a a Pe - orbs.
existing since the call on February 19 for a genera) strike iMogated mr sinwet REDACTION ens HOE tO reduce fundarequett- erbs g
which lasted four weeks with a subsequent three week truc a ee ed for the Voice of America $
eriod Monday saw the preliminar It was essential to raise at least] worldwide network f radi g
7 Ae es ee . MOCtiNg reported held in camera, e first $10,000,000 this year and] broadcasting fac lities : He i , i " ss
: with Sir Clement Malone presid he United Kingdom Government | the Voice of America wa =
: | y - | ng ia é ady Ziven the colony | nect ary to ensure delivery o
; ; 2 esterdd ‘i i the two en yovernment the nece y author radio Of our car igr of tr a
f Dollar Reserves Up Poesy yt ae: oT Bes Herz ty to raise the same through the to people behind the iron curta *
. , : ‘ ) ‘ aie or 8
4 LONDON, April 5 , Barrister-: and Herbe rown Agents ie ale Fs Reuter s
Britain and the sterling area! Neckles, estate owner, reported ‘
have bigger gold and dollar re-/|jcint meeting of the Agricultur . 1, . S
serves than ever. Chancellor f, Association and the A.E.S i / ‘7 M, ake j 3 § S
i i i i t Exe A } vaitsk j;discussed demand resented - -
DESCRIBED by the Association of Artists in Brazil as the girl with he, Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell | discussed pre: a b : ee :
the most shapely shoulders in the world, Dany Dauberson has just | {told Commens teday they had in-| E M. Gairy and Alban Re AVEZZANO. Ita —A Sweet Table Wine, to be x
arrived in London from Paris for a month's Radio, Television and } “reased hy $448,076,960 in the first | Barris *r-at-Law be sda ar Blacks al cies eos po a slightly chilled x
Cabaret work. With her she brotight nine suitcases in which were | ucrter of 19 e net surplus; MM 10ur A i ul inbi ; - *
ten strapeless evening gowns. She sings ifi a soft, low husky voice J amounting te $360,000,000 the tin ve » deleg ‘ to-day, were sudder attacked tw ge e@ag x
and has starred in night clubs from Paris tw Rio de Janeiro. Dany } current quart | for the later f I ilar d into a nearby f But > we IDEAL FOR WEDDING PARTIES. x
loathes make-up and always has a shiny nos¢. In Caito, King Paronk |eamera talks tir dk ; eagle pinnt dhaliaoes j IAL 4 x
‘ a preser 1 . a hin hich sh a8 not T} t ore now | agreement : ‘
veh 4 a Re ye ee ie fle’ das Reuter Free @ On Page 8 en.-—Reuter ALCO SCOOO SSC SOVOSSS OOO OS SV OOOS OOOO SOO”
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Carib Calling

H's EXCELLENCY the Gov-
erno: Sir William Savage,
and Lady Savage will attend the

Schools’ Musical Festival Concert
at Combermere School this after-
noon at 3 o'clock, This concert is
given by the massed Choirs and
Soloists of the Elementary and
Secondary Schools, assisted by the
Police Band. At the conclusion of
the programme Lady Savage will
present the prizes to the winners
of this year’s competitions

Leaving Today
UE to leave this afternoon for
B.G., by B.W.1.A., are Mr.
Theodore Burkett and Mr. Harold
Manning. Also expected to leave

fer B.G., on the same flight are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gall, Mr. Gall
is Supt. of Police in Freetown,

West Africa.

RS. FRED MENDES and her
young daughter are return-
ing to Trinidad this afternoon by
B.W.I.A. They arrived a few
days ago on a short visit, and were
staying at Accra Guest House.

Visited Daughter

He is on long leave











ny

“Stil! only Bob a Job, a

that’s tantamount to a t
wage freeze!” t
v



London Express Service.



i
To Attend Brother’s ;
Wedding

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Back To The U.S.
RS. OLIVE GARDNER and
Mrs. George Case of Shaker
Heights, Ohio, left yesterday for
Puerto Rico by B.W.1.A. en route
to the U.S
Shaker Height
Cleveland.
Leaving by the same ‘plane was
Mrs. Harrietta Schenck of Michi-
gan. She is also on her way home
after spending the winter months
in Barbados. They were all guests
Marine Hotel

St. Croix Beaches Beiter
FTER two weeks’ holiday
- in Barbados, Mr. and Mrs
Ellett left yesterday for
uerto Rico by B.W.LA.. They are
n route to the U. S.
Mr, Ellett, who is a_ retired
rehitect of New York told Carib
hat prior to their stay’in’ Barba-
20s they had spent most of the
vinter months in St. Croix.
He thought that St, Croix had
setter beaches than Barbados, but

is just outside of

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ovely beach, |
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dad. He has finished his work in} ino MECWhS.Oe Sak Day. }
the Bahamas, Nassau and|& Tee a ies ¢ Plus TONITE
Jamaica His. next stop will be x Sat. Midnight
Barbado: |< ON THE TOWN and BILLY THE KID TRUTH)? LOCAL TALENT

Mr. Hargreaves who left Mon 1% Here Double you must see Musical and Action ; Stranger Sh
treal near the end of January | ALOE CCSD LCL LOSES LPC GEES Whey Trevor Marshall
accompanied by _ his — and} eee b 3 a
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iad been in Trinidad for three i lecturer on horticulture at) 11.20 a.m, Programme Parad | “CANON. CITY” wie eel
weeks visiting his daughter and @¢ Freitas (Jean’s brother) and the Imperial College of Tropical! Inter “cosh yg By rm DIAL ||| GAIETY
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iachinery business, : he , : © Gran etiona 6.15 pm. BBC 30 pk. (Warner) at fi mn,
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Lucia, Martinique and Puerto Geologist RS. ELIZABETH JAPP who] !Gocris im, 15.04; SU: ANAS opt: Rete igen? vac ee Bice
i before a og eae o the Pur R. AND MRS. JOHN DE had been in Barbados since] —— : with eae ea on aE aa ‘
» is a guest a 1e Ocean View nmr & , 4 ace ar ¢ i 6.45 p.m "Y : " . : cPNS John § and other, ‘a
Hotel. . SISTO arrived from Vene- dsughter ‘Vicki lett pice yl cee Weak tannde 5 pose Midnite Sat’ 7, (ICO TO-DAY 2.30 p 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.
zuela via Trinidad yesterday by BWA. for Puerto Rico, Mrs,jn these Things: 8 pm. Padio Nowsreel Midnite Sat. 7. (R.K.O.) “CODE Or Mak wie SA ie ,
7 y by sh jese 1m. Radio Newsreel, f f WEST”
By No Means B.W.1.A. Mr. de Sisto is a geolo- Japp comes from Cincinnati, Ohio. 8.15 pn, English Magazin 5 OAS Dan ‘ara eee : with Robert MITCHUM a and Continuing to Monday at 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
‘ sis y > ene rs i omposers of the eek; 9 p.m orld “UNDE e ‘ mM" vEL SE §
i egpswe KING with some of the gg hen boy me ee eee 1S Pag aay — she it fairs. 8.18 pam. dee Loss and his GUN SMUGGLERS weith TIM HOLT
A ls yesterday I found that at caccoee , "A the guest o er daughter at| Grenesira;: p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m 4
they ps ee no means empty, bhp eee sy i guests at Greystone Flats, Marine Gardens. | Fron the Editorials; 10.88 pn Commun- F
9 2 ‘ ’ Pen 7 2 sm in Asia; 10.30 p.m, Rendezvous % =
and the season which is generally With C a P ‘ 1 From Portland TE Te pebase teomnint a
over at the end of this month is Y reole Petroleum R. AND MRS. RANDOLPH, p.m. Ring wp the Curtatr + =
still flourishing, f RRIVING from Venezuela via BINGHAM who arrived EMPIRE ROYAL £ 3
B.W.1.A., expect to re-intro- Trinidad yesterday morning from Trinidad earlier this week, TO-DAY 2.30 Only =
duce their Vehezuela Package by B.W.I.A., were My. and Mrs. left yesterday by B.W.ILA,, for) “MAR & nly TO-DAY to SUNDAY & i3
Tours in early May, If Venezuelans Eugene H. Pugh and their young Puerto Rico, en route to the U.S Jbs-a- -week TV Set ts ALL ABOUT EVE 4 30 and 8.30 = =
respond to these Package Tours as son. Here for a short holiday they Their home is in Portland, Oregon, r ‘ | Universal Double . 3 =
they did last year and during the are staying at Cacrabank. where Mr. Bingham is a manu- ~ “hae 14a. John HALL :
Easter holidays just over, the Mr. Pugh is a contractor with facturer of hydraulic equipment. Jam Stores forsn o oy en Maria MONTEZ-SABU = 2
hotels should have no slack peri- Creole Petroleum Corpn., statloned They were staying at the Ocean J. Art Rank t in 5 3
ods this year. at Maturin. View Hotel 5 ences iia J. Arthur Rank presents . . | -
; ; From NEWELL ROGERS aH atin oH pee fih ce 4 ‘4
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BY THE AY By BEACHCOMBER tonight you can have a 17-ineh elorers oie “ AND 5 P 3:
oo © square TV screen in a_ beautiful Co Goaerade. - THE WICKED ® 2
. i c r ‘ mahogany veneer cabinet tomor- aati ay 4 hs MY @ =
HE question. of sleeping in a normal, except for a look of ter- The accursed powgr which stands} yow for 5s. 5d. weekly : Florence ELDRIDGE & 1 ADY ” &
brimless bowler recalls the ror which passes over his face on Privilege The number is that of a TV Francis L. SULLIVAN ve: = se Q
story of the man who was unable when he sees a long heard (And goes with Women and| shop trying hard to sell _ its — with = ‘apri’ =
to decide whether to sleep with Suet’s Appeal Champagne and Bridge) immense stock on the never-never } } y ; .
his magnificent beard inside or HARL nates said a. a Press Broke—and Democracy resumed] pian, q ROXY James MASON & es LOUIS WAYWARD INANE BARNES ALAM CORTES - WURDAL RASIMOT -SUDOLPH SERATO watiziia Loti mo
outside the bedclothes. Gonterenas Gast nights § he~ reign What er happened? Last TODAY. (46 Gals Margaret LOCKWOOD gE AER GREICS omenan Proeont ty VICTOR PELE fon ty CORAL GLITE ces Tarwdol Concaton Petecw temeney oy Fiche CLASSICS. INE: =
ae = as io bes we ah ; : ae ceca | A ’ © ewsiesmennsieneeoniensincnscemstagiesineaintaniciaantisethedir es aieil 2 ‘ 4
gene sapien kept him oven “Unless the housewife saves NP eo ian enka Ohmedomeeay ee opener te ie _ $ Ae : 3 ; L:
Sised cnetiee isles, tne ACRES ME eens, Nama , Siaied Pin, roscton, Wale] = «kN OLYMPIC {2 B86 seat: nie site are OS
6 S, a 8 atio ay dete- y le i oe ‘ , ” ‘ mye =
would spread it outside them. riorate. Any inconvenience caus- The Fursuit (VI} orders, scarce materials, they HOLLYWOOD s and latest “WORLD NEWS 5
Which was it to be? Tnsomnia set ed to the Cup Final public by a O* they thudded hundreds | said, sioi TO-DAY & TOMORROW & _
in. He cut his beard off. But cutting down of their special and hundreds of exasperated Dealers rushed to — up. AND 4.30 and 8.15 a _TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY (Only) 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. t
he was so used to it being there trains must be laid at the door Men and women. It was like a; They expected panic buying; “ CRISIS ” : , | Petes , t
that he fidgeted . with is cree of the selfish householder who nemnneee of cattle. A wes way are shot up ‘ vat CRISIS Ist Inst. Republic Serial }
now jutting it out over the clothes se y his ; ir » coal so “" rollers was smashe anc ut in January alone mé a E “TT wy , ode:
now pulling it in under them. ae ee Sedct Gat teen: er trampied under foot. A waiter facturers made 639,000 _ sets. TO-NITE at 8.30. . ‘THE INVISIBLE g pa nea FaciniDincy ‘
And he would wake from an un- poses. Coal specially imported Who tried to divert the stream They are still at it. And house- & Continuing MONSTER ” iz i - 3
easy doze and feel for,the beard. from India was not meant to be had his shirt torn off. People holders refuse to buy at the}! ys Arthur Rank presents . . € ‘3 g
Yet time heals all, To-day he is frittered away on private began to shout fiercely, and to higher prices. > | Frederic MARCH in Along with the picture 8 Ei e i
hearths.” “i threaten jaaertened. women who That is why alluring advertise- }}| js o witco o-
stood in’ bedroom doorways. The} ments offer magnificent sets on 4 " “ WHISPERI) 06 0 Sie a fe
CROSSWORD Helicapter C. tesy Police parson, who had the loudest voice] terms “so easy you don’t have to CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ISPERING he eo a RI TISH. FeEOM ARLE ASS a
elicopter Courtesy Police eat ue i ; 1 ; FOOTSTEPS ”° SSS ee ;
ne crowd, was heard yelling,| save up.” . z ey - .
UST. in time to add to the fun aan rush it, now! Keep to- HITLER’S armoured. car may | spt Pees pty Starri B’TOWN DIAL 2310
of Professor Orfl’s traffic plan 8¢ther!” A member of the man-! be bullet-proof and fire-proof, bur Rees Starring
comes a demand for Retain agerial staff, wedged between an| it's not burglar-proof. A thief Florence ELDRIDGE & John HUBBARD & THE MOST POPULAR CINEMA
aclicopter passenger services, A hysterical lady and a_ young] stole £62 left in the boot by Harry }j Francis L. SULLIVAN Rita QUIGLEY IN OWN !
shower of helicopters landing in ae a —_ oe ees “Stop!| Aarslan, the car's owner-ex- l T
the streets would be an excellent top!” he shouted, ut his voice | ;jbitor. —s —=—= ==, c fe roa ed =
dethanstration a Trarfie es was drowned amid the uproar of eae } Waser Fore ee Were eer eee
Week. But would small helicop- ths, exhortations, threats, cries) =e
ters -be allowed to. land a0. the of pain, and helpless laughter. A i EPILE PSY HEREDITARY ? a O-D A VY [Ss THE dD A Y I
roofs of private cars? It would foolish cricketer, trying to cleave £ K 4
be discourteous not to stop, if 4 re Ages bite the ser- What is epilepsy? We only se ma pa has a oe sod presen dbo
this happened. “My dear, two ‘ied ranks, asked, “Aren't the since time began it has attacked rich acks in most ca , ‘ sags ‘ a ‘ arc -
men want to get down. Can you lifts working?” A savage howl and poor alike, great and humble. Julius — medicine is described in an interesting Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage
stop?” : of execration met him, and he Caesar, Napoleon and Byron were vic: booklet entitled Can Epilepsy be
: was pushed into a_ laundry- tims. Epilepsy has always interested Cured?” This bookle is given away fr
cee Marginal Vota annexe and pushed out again men of $ Stance and at last their efforts to epiteptics, Anyone suffering from
2. Rind of yarn easily beaten, (7) as Seay brie Robert Finally he followed the swaying have been successful because a trea! this disease should request a free.copy..
8 Are pupils bere mpehs to use atchford would think of the multitude. Two dozen at the head Pe ee dtt, “Sameeteea tun deraan City, Hi,
Cont 18) Pane ain Socialists of to-day. I am sure of the column fell in a heap at Fine EDUCATIONAL DIVISION, Dept ai anki Eien eae
10. anger” Seven. very brig sters. fi, must have enjoyed immensely the bottom of the stairs, on the Please send me a copy of the free bod.tet entit
11 Eine aay ® Showa be. (3) ea Mr. Hilaire Belloc’s epigram: fourth tloor landing.
12 ae wee Oo make a has
of it,
i4. Pound in “tno on Sundays. (4)
16 Yon tar becomes & law officer, (6
17. To may it's controled... (4) : Rupert GH zd the Ice-flower—3
20. Found in fewer houses today, (4) ;
21. Nursery game, ) : ;
22. See 15 Down. ;
Down
1. One way of being fleeced. (5)
2A Pisce ney soldier, (3-6)
& Pr ( ;
4 ) nets can provide the poem, (6) -
6 gen Pe vouna lady fore second s, af
. 7a, u
mi riage (6) } To-night o g
7. Such a lute has six to nine metal “
strings. (0) S
Â¥. Definite range, (6) i a
if and. aa Across. "This ecumbrous oon, es
16 ad 22 c .
R “word Rives OUT tongue @ Jerk we visit i s
ar. (8-7)
18. The nouise-boat ie ap eoane, (3) - 3 : ng
19 Even good darkies have some- , _
thing rum. (3) ult buying all the things on moment his feet shoot from under! §
Solution of yesterday's puetle.—Acrosst \ fs. Bear's list Rupert has to be him _, he goes down, bump. =
Fiasco. 5. Sty. -% Idiot, @, Sham; 40, | Mere cautious than ever, forhe has “Oh, bad luck, Algy,”’ cries Rupert =
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Turtie, 14 Tomahaws: 21. Lyre: @ a as he turns his head te laugh ae his | i
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Churchwarden Reports
On St. Michael’s Parish 220,000,000,000 Residents At Hindsbury

In his report to the Chairman
and members of St. Michael’s
Vestry, dated 27th March, Mr.
Bruce Weatherhead gave details
of his second term as Church-
warden,

St. Michael, he said, can now
boast of possessing one of the best
equipped laundries in the island
at its Almshouse.

The new Gas Cookers have been
installed: in the kitchen; and’,will,
no doubt, effect a saving in the
cost of fuel to say nothing of the
advantages of cleanliness, effi-
ciency, etc.

The old dynamo for driving the
water mill, has worn out after
more than 35 years service and it
was necessary to purchase a new
one, Provision will have to be
made this year for its installation,

Nightingale Memorial Home.
The number of children in resi-
dence at the Home is now thirty-
nine,

The only unpleasant incident of
the year with respect to Staff,
took place here, resulting in the
resignation or djsmissal of three
employees. However, everything
seems to be working quite well
again, The Matron continues to

and the children are happy and

maintain a very high standard Estimates but, as a result of con- cons
1950.

me to report that a gate at his
chapel needed a hinge.

I think the Vestry should revert
to the old practice of giving
Grapts-tr-Ald to the chapels and
allowing them to have the work
done to the satisfaction of the
Churchwarden as formerly.

The Cathedral. The Vestry is
required by law, to provide
everything negneaery. for the
maintenance’ of ‘the Cathedral and
all the Fequired repairs have been
carried out.

I am awaiting a Report by
Messrs. Law & Connell on the
gutters of the Cathedral, some of
which may need to be replaced.

The y.. tn dance
with the Vostty's infteustings, part
of the money put on the Estimates,
with a view to renting a smaller

lence fer the Dean, has been
4 to carry out ur; et sopee

he Deanery, but a lot remains
to be done if isis’ residence is to
be made really habitable.

St. Paul’ St. Matthews.
Repairs Nite p done to the
Vicarages attached to these
Chapels as vided for in the

flicting reports by the Buildings

well. Supervisor and Contractors who
were invited

It is obvious, said Mr. Weather-
head, that an extension of the
Home is an urgent necessity and
the Board instructed the Building
Supervisor to prepare a plan for
extending the top floor and pro-

te do repairs to the
roofs of the chapels, I considered
it advisable to obtain a proper
survey of each roof. This was
done by Messrs. D. M. Simpson &
Co., who recommend that both

viding a proper kitchen on the roofs be replaced. Their report is

northern side of the building, The
present kitchen is below the level

of the yard and creates problems decide whether it

apanelbility to replace the roofs of
es

with respect to drai j

“The Vestry will Trecall that
the Central Government was
asked for assistance to extend the
Home but replied that this would

alre in the hands of the Vestry
Piet and the Vestry will have to
is their re-

e chapels.

St,, Mary’s Chapel. The neces-
Sary repairs have been done and

be a very low priority on their 2 saving effected. The windows

programme. I suggest therefore
that the money donated by the
late Dr. W. H. Nightingale and
which is still in the Bank, be used
for this purpose at the earliest
opportunity.”

Outdoor Relief, During the year
the Outdoor Department for
Medical Relief was removed from
the Almshouse to the Parochial
Buildings and the indications are
that the change was fully justified.

Not only are persons attended
to daily at the Clinic, instead of
twice each week as formerly at
the Almshouse, but there has been
an appreciable increase in the
number of persons attending the
Clinic, and Saturday mornings are
specially devoted to children when
the District Nurses render very
valuable assistance,

The number of Tickets issued
for Outdoor Medical attention for
the period 25th December 1950 to
24th March 1951, was 1,616 as
compared with 512 for the corre-

sponding period of the previous respect of the Moravii

year.

It is also proposed to remove th
Dispensary from the Almshouse to
the Parochial Buildings and
already a room adjoining. the
Clinic, has been converted for this
purpose. It only remains for the
Dispenser and the Drugs to move
in.

The number of Monthly Pen-
sioners is now 1,169 and, on the
Weekly Pension List, there are
now 732,

It is hoped that the provisions
of the new Separation and Main-
tenance Bill will tend to relieve
the Board of some of the relief
now granted in respect of chil-
dren,

The extra Vote for “Outdoor
Clothing” has been used to relieve
children from all elementary
schools in the parish and, gener-
ally speaking, this assistance
seems to be the most sought after.

The Food Centre continues
to provide a daily meal for those
who want it and the ayerage daily
number receiving this form of re-
lief for the year was 182.

Gas Cookers have also been in-
stalled in the kitchen at Queen’s
Park for the use of the Centre and
the Superintendent reports a great
improvement both in cost and
efficency,

Repairs to Chapels Etc. It used
to be the practice for the various

Church Committees to submit to €

the Vestry each year, an account
of the repairs which it was neces-
sary to carry out to their chapels
together with an estimate of the
cost and a request for assistance,

portion of the money as a Grant-

in-Aid in accordance with the

the money and had the work done.
The Vestry ant was paid ou:
when the hurechwarden was
eatisfied that the work was com-
plete.

In recent years, however,, the
Vestry seems to have taken full

responsibility for the repair and the Board of Guardians. Legisia-
maintenance of all the chapels tiv
and, it is obvious that the money co

provided by the Vestry is all that
is being spent on the chapels.

Besides providing the money, pay tot

pi Pe View ge have been replaced
but provision will have to 5)
made in the new Estimates
painting.

The

6t, Bernebes ch *
boundary wall, enclosing the

grounds of the chapel has been
completed at a cost of slightly
more than the amount provided
in the Estimates.

St, Ambrose Chapel. The work
at this chapel was done and a dis-
pute between the Buildings Super-
visor and the Contractor on the
matter of “extras” was referred to
the Vestry. On the instructions
ef the Vestry, I engaged the
services of Mr. A. B. Franklin—
Contractor—to value the work and
he reported in favour of the Con-
tractor.

St., Stephen’s and St. Leonard’s.
The repairs to these chapels were
duly carried out.

Grants-in-Aid.

for

The Grants in

t Chapel,
James Street Wesleyan Chapel and
“Inve ” Mission House were
spent satisfactorily. I regret,

however, to report that the
amounts provided by the Vestry in
B

respect of Bethel Methodist Chapel
and New Testament Church
of God is all that has been spent

by them in repairs during the
year, to the buildings for which
the grant was requested,

Queen’s Park. All the necessary

repairs have been carried out but

Qunt provided for repairs

neg proved to be hope-

lessly inadequate as it was found

necessary to replace almost the
entire roof,

Almshouse. I should like to
draw to the attention of the Vestry
the fact that the copper gutters at

Almshouse are in

cracking due to expansion and

contraction, This is a source of _ Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
- it that th OW com
much wol ape he and jldate “with “the following” ships
ntion. through their coast station :—
“ oe 1B gs re funds re- Ss. Cavina, S S Golfito, 8.S. Canadian
Â¥} 2 unds Constructor, S.S. Wolf Creek, SS. Spe-
quest ‘om the Central Goyerp: cialist, S.S. Explorer, SS. Alcoa Pen-
ment for the enclosure of the See 8S Alco Fairict, 2S elie
2 rtow! end, Trncol _ sb.
“Princess Alice” Playing-field Miierry Hil, S'S
have only been just received. It Sacona, 28 8 Wengeslao,, as cave
7 . SS. Successor, ula,
was “se possible, therefore to Have gXiinern Districts, S.8 S Velino, SS
this done during the year. The kura, SS. Atlantic Mariner, S$ S

the roof of the erie.
to be repaired with plastic ad
leaks from several cracks i

ruberoid roofing.

future.
The recommended






presentl for pur ral Post Office as under:— o
chase o: b Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails
Year at 2.30 p.m. on the 6th April, 1951. _
. ri ‘AILS for British Guiana by the Sch
the Le ; lis to pease H. DAVIDSON will be closed at
consolid ie es of the General Post Office as under:—

Parochial Treasurer, the Church-

the six-foot
Jengths resulting in considerable

sh was cleared and grass plant-

During, recent
r more leaks have i ed
and provision for further repairs
The Vestry then provided a will have to be made in the near

site “at
Vestries Act and the Church Com- Welches has been purchased by
mittee provided the remainder of Government, and negotiations are

BARBADOS ABVOCATE



issued by the Pere es Central Office

RHYTHMIC

GARGLING .. .

for shouts of
‘Order!

UNARMED COMBAT practice 3: :
for ‘ scenes’ in the Lobby.

\
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U.S. National Output Dum

ping Area Annoy

In 1950 Reached

WASHINGTON, D.C.
The total output of goods and
services in the United States rose
from $256,000,000,000 in 1949 to
$280,000,000,000 in 1950, according
to a U.S. Commerce Department

rt.
"ine Department attributes this
increase chiefly to healthy business
growth that was in progress before
the Communist aggression began
in Korea.

The national income, which
mé€asures output in terms of earn-
ings of labour and property arising
frém current production, increased
fram $217,000,000,000 in 1949 to
$236,000,000,000 in 1950.

Total individual earnings in the
United States amounted to $223,-

000,000 in 1950 compared with
$206,000,000,000 in 1949. Employed
persons earned $152,000,000,000 in
1950, representing an $11,500,000-
000 gain over the 1949 figure.

Americans spent $191,000,000.-
000 in 1950 for such consumer
goods as food, clothing, cars, and
household appliances. This sum
also includes expenditures for such
services as transportation, house-
hold operations, and recreation.
Consumer expenditures in 1949
amounted to $179,000,000,000.

Domestic investments by Ameri-
totalled $49,000,000,000 in
The figure for 1949 was
$33,000,000,000.

Manufacturing companies earned
$72,500,000,000 in 1950, a 15-per
rt ee over 1949. The earnings
of ing, contract construction,
communications, and public utili-
ties companies increased more
than 10 per cent in 1950, and all
private non-farm induStries re-
corded a 5-to_7 per cent gain.

Agriculture was the only major
industry in which income did not
gain in 1950. Reduced crop pro-
duction was the chief factor for
the decrease from $17,400,000,000
in 1949 to $17,000,000,000 in 1950.



NEW TAX
JOHANNESBURG,

Tall dogs are to be taxed in
Natal. Owners of those more than
15 inches high at the shoulder,
living in sheep breeding areas,
are to pay £5 a year, This ends
a five-year search for the legal
definition of a dog which can kill
sheep.

COAL PRICES UP
PARIS, April 4.
France is to raise coal prices at
the pithead by an average of 13
per cent., it was learned here to-
day from the French Coal Board.
—Reuter.

Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay

MV. Sedgefield, Sch. Gloria Henrietta,
Sch, Adalina, Sch, Marea Henrietta,
ich. Henry D. Wallace, Yacht Caribbee,
Sch, Laudalpha, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch
D'Ortac, Sch. Emeline, Sch. Lydia Adina
S8., Sch. Wonderful’ Counsellor,
Buckaroo, Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch
Blue Nose Mac, M.V, T. B. Radar, M.V.
Blue Star, M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Hai
Whittaker, Soh. Enterprise S.,

rriet
Sch.
Sunshine R., Sch. Turtle Dove

ARRIVALS
8.8. Benny, 2,123 tons net, Capt.
Pedersen, from Halifax via Curacao;

ye. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt

umbs, from Dominica.

DEPARTURES

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

Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons net,
Capt. Clouden, for Dominica,

$.S. Mulberry Hill, 4,223 tons net,
Capt, Campbell, for London,

S.S. Student, 4,443 tons net,
Pemberton, for Trinidad

SS. Benny, 2,123 tons net,
Pedersen, for Trinidad.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Capt.
Capt.

fina, S S. Beattice, $.S. S Tudeni, S.S

cport, $$ Agyin
tad, S S. Cornell, 9 S_ Orinoco, S$ $

had
- Casablance, $8. Ionian Pioneer.

MAIL NOTICES

MAILS for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-

at, Nevis ahd St. Kitts by the M.V
GARIBBER will be cl % the Gen

fal Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at 10 a.m. Registered and
Ordinary Mails at 2.30 p.m. on the 6th

a 1951.
AILS for St. Lucia
ARISE $. will be closed at th

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Matis

warden’s Clerk and the Clerk to at 2.30 p.m, on the 6th April 1951.

ances to retired Parochial

ployees and to give restrospective
in the employ of the g4 1/107 pr

the Vestry now undertakes to do Parish d g 1948.

the actual work and the Church-
warden has the responsibility of urer fia
carrying out the necessary repairs. funds to carry on for a few weeks @ 1/10" pr

During the year I had the ex- before haying to borrow from the

still has

perience of one Vicar coming to Banks.

sanction was also obtained !o
inue the cost-of-living a

Finance, The Parochial Treas-
availble enough



Rates of Exchange

APRIL 5, 1951
ANADA
Cheques
on Bankers 62 2/10" pr
. Demand
Drafts 62.05% pr
Sight Drafts 61 9/106 x
Cable
@2-6/10% pr Currency 60 7/10% pr
Coupons Os pr
SO pr. Silver 20% pr







Beech Hill, S.S.

non, $S Oran-

by the Sch.

Ss “Tried To Burn

MR. G. H. EDWARDS, a re: ident of Hinds»bury Road, told

the Advocate yesterda

of the nuisance of smoke on his

remises coming from the dumping area aback of his house.
e also said that dead animals are thrown on this land

and the dogs drag them on to hi
happens, as it often does, the stench is almost unbearable.

Senator Wants Spain
In-N.A.P. Defence”

WASHINGTON, April 4.

The United States Senate voted
48 to 41 today in favour of invit-
ing Western Germany and Spain
into the North Atlantic defence
programme.

Senator Joseph McCarthy suc-
ceeded in adding this to the troops
tor Europe resolution against the
wishes of the Administration. The
McCarthy amendment suggested
that a revision of the European
defence plans should be consider-
ed to permit the use of a volun-
tary basis of the military and
other resources of Western Ger-
many and Spain and not exclud-
Ing “any other nation” from con-
tribution to European defence.

—Reuter.

Killed Four

CONWAY: Mo. April 4.

A 23-year-old farmer today ad-
mitted pumping a volley of shots
through a farmhouse window and
killing four persons. Sheriff E. I,
Cunningham identified the farmer
as Kenneth Essery who lives near
the scene of the slayings, and said
he verbally admitted the shootings
which occurred last night about
four miles southeast of here in
Ozark hills in southern Missouri.

Four persons who responded to
a call for aid from the farm family
also were fired on, One of the
four was wounded.

Prosecuting Attorney John
Hosmer said Essery declined to
give the reason for the shootings.
No charges have been filed. —-C.P.



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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St.. Bridgetown. My Sidmne Y Be an
THE sea of mud which has
added nearly a million pounds



to the bill for the Festival Gar-



arise,

But now only two acres of mud
remain, Road tankers were kept
going day and night defying the

corners and bends in the roads which over a
period of years the Director of Highways
and Transport has been endeavouring to

Friday, April 6, 1951 dens at Battersea is at last con-
quered,
Once it flowed over 15 acres
x i owe, half the aoe : ,
t bogged down e dispirited
WwW IDER ROADS army of 1,700 workmen foi
months. Not a building could
DESPITE the widening of main roads __ {be finished.
sane : And it almost drowned Mr.
within the last few years there is much to | Morrison's hopes that Britain’:
be done. There are several dangerous city of fantasy and fun would

rain and sucking up lakes of

remove. sludge,
; , Whcle streets of blitzed London
But there are many obstacles to improve- |jouses were hurled. into the
ment morass as five-foot deep rvbble.
i Overtime rates and repeated
A bonuses which have shot up the
In some instances, and these have been workmen’s wages to an’ average
few, owners have objected to the removal ae aod en sean week

“ Sp: é “kK.

of walls or the giving up of-a few*square It is'continu:ng over ‘Easter so
r ‘ such cases . as » that‘ all roads and paths may
feet of land. In such cases work has been be fihished in the next ten days.
left over because of the pressing necessity For only five weeks remain

sefore the opening on May 3, and
still not one building is ready.

Photo finish

Festival chiefs say it will be a
pheto finish—given reasonable
weather, more night gangs, trade
union agreements to work longer
overtime, and a good response
by the men for a final sustained
spurt that may net them up to
£20.a week,

Yet it is still depressing to tour
the site as I did in gum boots.

They have been floundering

of other works of improvement.

In St. Michael itself there has been the
widening of the Welches Road Corner, the
widening of Culloden Road and the removal
of the blind corner at Collymore Rock
corner and more recently in Christ Church
the bends at St. Lawrence near Top Rock
have been removed and the road widened.
These are only a few of many instances in
which money for improvements has been
spent. But much more is needed. general impression persists of
forests of scaffolding, thousands
dilong the highway Wailing: febrer'Eagle | of pepe renee terion
Hall to Speightstown there are no less than jof eoiled-up wire leading nowhere
twenty bends which might be widened with (ae tea-drinking Trish. end
great advantage to pedestrians and motor- , ee
ists alike. And other instances will spring |
to the minds of readers acquainted with

other roads in the island.

‘65, committee’

WORTHY TRIBUTE

stewards. Among them are those
. of overtime.
as a whole if in the districts where the De-

over the site and presented them
: H 4 e
tion. It is not merely for the benefit of th ah INF gga gg Aer
from the mud.
lead to an improved value of the property

pinnacles and palaces,

£770,000 (estimated loss £100,000)

of pleasure for Londoners.

LAST night members of the House of ;

biggest tent im ‘the ;world\+~ ‘the

O.B.E., Leader of the Opposition who has open-air dance floor.

In the centre is a hut occupied
by the comfhittee of 65) shop
who have grdered the | petty

It would be in the interest.of the island strikes and restricted the amount

was the shop stewards who

partment is willing to effect such improve- | invited a party of Soviet women
ments, there was greater public co-opera- with a bouquet.

But Mr. Morrison can take

road user but of the property owner himself have prefabricated his dreamland
P : :
when the improvements to the highway | in “thousands of sections away

Skeleton frames can. be clad

in the district overnight to form gay towers and

Qut of his mudlark that has
rocketed in cost from the original
to © £2,500,000 (estimated loss
£1,500,000) will came‘ six months

Not far away they have in-

- |serted the last stitches in the
Assembly held a dinner at the Assembly ggest | World hes “thie
. j ; ru and canary yellow 7 1g)
Rooms in honour of Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, Viaeeanade” to-go -etepot the
served continuously as a member of the i SERS
House for 20 years.

Twenty. years as. a servant-of the public
is a record of whi¢h any Barbadian, could
reasonably be proud, but in the case of Mr.
Wilkinson, an Englishman who threw in his
lot with the people of this island and has
shared in their joys and sorrows, their mis-
fortunes and their successes it is an
achievement all the more worthy of praise.

LONDON,

The need for more Colonial
artists and technicians and less
lawyers was discussed with me
this week by Jamaican sculptor
Ronald C, Moody. He termed it
“this deplorable dearth of aesthe-
tie sensibilities in the Colonies,”

Colonials sometimes argue,
Moody said, that the environment
in thé’ Colonies is not conducive
to aesthetic pursuits. But this
argument he regards as poor and

Mr. Wilkinson was first elected member
for St. James succeeding the late C. B.

: : _ ‘ao in || | ineffective justification of the
Austin and has given unbroken service in charae of, dndifferente. towards
the House of Assembly since. art. It was up to educated Col-

onialg. to create a society which
provided an acknowledged place
for the arts,

He has also served as a member of the
Vestries of St. Michael and of St. James

and he is still an active member of the The. real. trouble, lamented
J Moody, — the man who aban-
Vestry of St. James. doned: the dentist’s' forceps for

the sculptor’s chisel -— was that
in the Colonies, especially in the
West Indies, a man who is not a
membér of the leading profes-
sions, has “little or no status,”
And this clearly proved to him
that a good many Colonials had
a distorted sense’ of the true
value of education,’ Colonial
parents must guide not compel

On other boards appointed by the Legis-
lature he has given.distinguished service
and he will be remembered as the last
Chairman of the Central Road Board before
it was superseded by a Government De-
partment,

their’ -children regarding the

8 a practice isiness. Mr. Wil- choice of careers,
AS p practical man of bu 5 Dr: 8S, D Cudjoe, a West
kinson’s presence in the House of Assembly African ‘physician’ in London,

joined in to support Moody. A
new Colonial spirit must reveal
itself not only in a struggle for
politig¢al emancipation, but also,

is fortunate for an island where politicians
to-day are not generally chosen for this
quality. But Mr. Wilkinson is more than
a businessman alone. His wide and varied a
interests have brought him into contact
With all classes and he is a’ gentleman,
skilled in courtesy. The members of the
House whether. of the Government or the
Opposition are his colleagues and so great
is the affection for him among members of
that body that he is rightly regarded as the

‘Bathing: Beaches

Fo- The Editor; The Advocate—
SIR,—After spending a delight-
ful nine weeks in Barbados, Mrs,
Heming and I wish to convey
our sincere thanks to our many
friends there. To Mrs, Williams
ChiefeCommisstoner~ “And” Miss



Father of the House. Norah Burton and other officials
+ wet] Offs en uy Gui Governor

Savageand ‘Liady- age and the

Barbados Publicity Board, who

gave us a splendid welcome, We
hope to come again next year,

5 +
NOT A BEAN
THE total area of Barbados is said to be
106,470 acres. It is estimated-that 94,346
acres are agricultural land.

There is only one fault to find.
and it concerns bathing. In 1949
bathers were rather discouraged
having to face a dead dog that
floated around for some time,
While, I was bathing I put my

According to the Department of Science* «| fagtlidto @ utensil, usually found

and Agricultre Bulletin No. 11 of October, only+‘in bedrooms; “and” which
1947, peasant holdings were 30,752 compris- _; 8°&S by more names than any

other article on earth, Would ib
not be a simple matter to have
two men _ patrol. the — bathing
beaches, and gather in all grape-
fruit, orange skins, dead animals;
tins and other ; refase, “Thus
keeping the ‘beaches clean and
aitra¢tive to tourists,

ing an estimated area of 17,283 acres.
In addition 12,124 acres are available for
rock out-crops, coast-land urban areas and
purely residential properties. ,

Why then does the Department of Agri-
culture maintain such a low stock of beans, Yours very truly,
so low that one individual applying for _ CHAS. W, HEMING.
beans three times within 7 weeks has been | 21 Main met East,
told “No beans”. If the Department of | tyaciane
Agriculture has not sufficient staff to order | April 2, 1951.
the quantities of beans and other garden | 37
seeds required by public demand, would it Footbati
not be in the public interest to hand over | To The Editor, The Advocates»
the buying of seeds to a private commer- SIRI have avoided entering
? Surely “grow more food” is the | any newspaper controversy over

cial firm ?
one motto that we all support {the football issue with the Pick

there since last March, but the /





BARBADOS

anoeTE| «=Morrison’s Mudlark

ON MAY 3?

The 37,000 tulips are planted
and sparrows are already nesting
in the ornamental trees.

Sideshows

A hundred of Britain's most
expert showmen are standing by
with their 130 sideshows and
rides, two imported on _ special
licence from America, one from
Germany .

Every novelty is at hand, even
a flying saucer, to delight the fun—
seeker—every novelty, that is,
except a Fat Lady.

Big Berta from Switzerland,
who weighs 42st. 6lbs., offered
to come over, but Festival Gar—
dens Ltd. said “No. She wouldn’t
last on our rations.”

Taxpayers may get some of
their money back at the candy-
striped booths—all the prizes
must be of “good design” and
“no copper watches passed off
as gold timepieces.”

In Arcadia

But the gardens will be only
one-fifth amusement park. They
will indeed be mainly an
Arcadian paradise that perhaps
Mr. Morrison wants to perpetuate
in real life.

Listen to Mr. James Gardner,

Future Of Art In The Colonies

Hy E. B. Timothy

he said in an urge for more com-
plete expression in the different
fields of culture, A tragedy
common to the Colonies today
was that only a negligible per-
centage of Colonial political
leaders had been, simultaneously,

pioneers in the field of cultural
activities,
When I asked what other

factors besides parental coercion
and the desire to become a pro-
fessional man (because of the
status it confers) had contributed
to the small number of Colonials
pursuing artistic vocations, Moody
replied:

“Life for an artist or writer is
financially precarious and, for a
beginner, hazardous in the ex-
treme. To be an artist requires
discipline, and a disciplined life
is mot one which appeals to a
good number of Colonials,

“The over-riding factor’ he
added, “is that Colonial painters,
sculptors, musicians and writers
have an unpredictable future in
the Colonies, Consequently, most
of those who have been to
Eurcpean countries prefer to
make their homes there, They
may not be a_ financial success
there, but if their work shows
merit, they are, at least; accorded
some recognition which is absent
in Colonial societies.”

Emphasising the importance of

{OUR READERS SAY:

Wick Club and the B.A.F.A., but
since it has pleased Mr, J. H-
Ghannon, a tormer Secretary of
the B.A.F.A., to drag my name
into the issue, because I said that
M. E. K. Walcott, former Presi-
dent of the B.A.F.A., never at-
tended a meeting of the Associa-
tion or the Council for the past ten
years, and made a motion that
Major A. R. Foster, M.B.E. be
President; I must let Mr. Shannon
and the public know that I regard
the Office of the President of the
B.A;F.A.,—one—that the holder
must show his) interest, not only
in giving ddvice behind the sereen,
but at least attending some of the
meetings to hear the views of the
menibers.

I pointed out that Sir Allan Col-
lymore is the President of the Bar-
bados Cricket Association and
‘Chief Justice of this Island, and
he finds time to attend the meet-
sng of the B.C.A.

Moreover, I stated that if Mr.
Waleott could be made a Patron
or Honorary member, I had no
objection,

I am a democrat and helieve in
democratic institutions, and am
not afraid to express my opinion
on any matter, irrespective of the
person or persons it offends

Yours faithfully,

F. L. WALCOTT
Bank Hall,
St. Michael,
April 5, 1951.
Drainage

To The Editor, The Advoc4:

SIR,— I read with interest and







ADVOCATE

—_————_—__—



The Law Governing Elections

} By GUY EDEN

| (Political Editor of the “Daily Express”, London)
THE law governing elections in Britain—
whether to Parliament or to local government
bodies—is rigidly applied. Even the most
technieal and inadvertent breach-of the strict
irules laid down by statute for the conduct of
elections, will lead to severe action, and
{possibly the unseating of a candidate who
has won by what are adjudged to be illegal
methods. A Member“of Parliament, for in+

stance, may be deprived of his seat in the
House of Commons for even a_ technical

breach of the law by someoue who has been,
technically, acting for him.

This severe insistence on strict adherence
to the law finds general support among all
parties, for its aim is to ensure that there is
nothing approaching corruption or unfairness
jin the election of the nation’s governing
bodies. The law as it now stands in Britain—
it is among the most rigid in the world—has
| grown up over the centuries and is the result
lof long experience in the practice of democ-
racy. It is also the result of long experience
in the action which ever-enthusiastic sup-

| porters of a political cause are liable to take
in support of their candidate.

THE SECRET BALLOT

So secret is the modern voting system that
it is virtually impossible for anyone to know
; how any voter has cast his vote. Everyone
{concerned with the conduct of the poll is
Gaon to secrecy, with heavy penalties, in-
cluding imprisonment, for any breach of
| trust.

Candidates themselves, and their agents,
are forbidden to take any part in the regis-
‘the head designer, interpretin; | tering of votes which is entirely conducted
a as it takes shape arounc'hy the “returning officer’. This official is

“We are creating a picturesque ; usually the Mayor or other civic official in
poe Sasi becipieeanan idaen wae the constituency concerned, and he receives
in another State — not Br.tain,}a direct communication from the Parlia-
plac thes cob due efi not an} mentary authorities ordering him to super-

vise the election of a Member of Parliament.

From the moment he receives such an in-

struction, the returning officer is in command,
and he has to see that all the requirements of
the law are complied with. It is his task to
receive the “nominations” of candidates.
These are handed in at stated times giving the

“One of the beer gardens will | full names and professions or occupations of
be nostalgically Edwardian. There} the candidates and the names of their nomin-

are avenues of shops shaped like F
be old tea caddy. M4 ators, who must be local residents and elec-







“It will be a three-dimensional |
stage in which ordinary people
will walk and live.

“One piazza, for instance, will
be the market square of a fairy |
town. The boating pool will be
like an old English harbour.

‘Nell Gwynns’



“There will be wandering! tors, although the candidate need not be.
minstrels, Nell Gwynns selling With h q . :
oranges, pretty girls in perioc ith each nomination, the nominators must

dress crying ‘Old Lavender.’ hand in, in cash, the sum of £150, which is

“And at night the mae wil. | forfeited if the candidate fails to poll fewer
glow with the finest coloured a 2 ih
illuminations ever seen in this than one eighth of the total votes cast in the
as eft aig Gant election. This is intended to discourage

P.S.:—All this fun, weather; g- . oh
permitting, flippant nominations and the system has gen-

—L.E.S. | eral support among all parttes. it is not in-

tended to discourage minority opinion, and,
in the opinion of most, does not have this
effect, since (so it is argued) it must be a very
minority opinion which cannot muster one-
eighth of the votes cast!
GOES TO NATIONAL FUNDS

If it is forfeited, the money goes to the
national funds, and thus, indirectly, helps to
pay for the election. If it is not forfeited, the
money is handed back soon after the declara-
tion of the election result.

Once the period allowed for nominations
has been closed, it is not possible for 2

candidate to withdraw, and, if he does not

cnials forge ahead, however.) Pursue his campaign and, as a result, fails to
Recently in London, Miss Beryl

McBurnie, a Trinidadian, deliv- Wet one-eighth of the votes, his £150 is
ered an illustrated lecture on the| forfeited,

cultural activity in any. society,
Dr. T. O. Elias, a Colonial lectur-
er in the law at the University
College, London, declared that
there MUST be great artists,
writers, musicians and scientists
in the Colonies, “There is little
doubt,” added Dr, Elias, “that
much of the present Malaise of
the younger generation of Colon-
ials is due to a neglect of the
emotional and aesthetic side of
their life.”

Cultural activities affecting Col

“Folkl n Dan of the : Bits

West Indim? This month} Zhere are strict limits on the amount of
the West African Writers, and] Money a candidate may spend in his election
Artists, Club depict aspects of

campaign—roughly £750 in an ordinary town
constituency. It is laid down by law pre-
cisely how much may be spent, and the
slightest excess has to be accounted for.

The amount allowed is related to the
estimated expense involved in ensuring that
the electors are given sufficient information
on which to form an opinion, Thus, in scat-
tred areas, a little more is allowed than in the
more compact towns. This is because of the
3reater distances to be covered by candidates
and speakers, and is intended to meet the
extra cost of travel.

From the moment the contest begins, all
money spent to promote a candidature begins
to “count’—whether the candidate authorises
it or not. Even the general literature issued
from party headquarters, designed to promote

West African culture at an
augural meeting in London.

English friends and cultural or-
ganisations in Britain have shown
great interest in the cultura’
development of the Colonies and
the cultural activities of Colonials
in Britain, Colonial artists also
receive a warm reception in this
country. It is not unlikely, there-
fore, that as Colonials return to
their own country, the cultural
influence and life enjoyed in
Britain may move them to in-
fluence their own societies.

ers ate And When that happens,
the status of Colonial artists ana
writers will, I feel sure, improve.

in-

respect H. C. Sealy’s _ letter
appearing in your paper Friday
March 16th, and I am herewith
giving you further proof of his

charge against the Government ;

and in my case the past Govern-|the interests of the party as a whole counts

ments as well, of their utter! proportionately against candi : -

indifference to the question of P mn y 6 7 eo

drainage. penditure. Over-enthusiastic supporters are
When Mr, Scott-Bushe wa: | deterred from -S] i -

Engineer of the Central Road ire Spending by the know

Board, he changed the levels of
Bay Street between the Esplanadc
and Chelsea Road-—I personall)
drew his attention to ‘the result:
in an interview I had w th hir
on the spot—he was accompaniec
by Mr. Edwards who ig still or
the staff of Department of High
ways & Transport,

ledge that their actions may not on!y lose
their candidate his seat in Parliament, but the
right to stand again for election for a perioc
of years. This, again, has general approval
severe as it is, for it is aimed at keeping elec.
toral contests “clean” and above reproach.
Any form of bribery is as strictly forbidden*
The buying of a single meal or drink for ¢

Soon after Mr. Skinner wa:| prospective voter mi .
appointed rain fell for 1 hou por eF ight cost a, Menjher 0}

Parliament his seat. And, here again, the
actions of his supporters are, in the eyes of
the law, his own actions, bringing the severest’
penalties. : . Ts

The whelesaim ofsthe law, iNyrelation te
elections, is to eliminate any suggestion o/
unfair methods or of buying the suppert oi
the electors. To some extent it is a reacticn
from the methods of the past, which are now

condemned by all. But few who have at
heart the importance of making democracy
work would want any relaxation in the sever

between 3 and 4 p.m.—the resuli
—SHOT HALL LANDS WERE
FLOODED. Mr. Skinner’ was
informed—he very kindly v sited
the site and saw for himself—
again he was accompanied by the
same Mr. Edwards. Again. in
1949 this area was flooded

The Director of Medical Ser-
vices has visited and inspected
this site and even the Ag. Govy-
ernor Mr. Peronne.’ The D.M.S.
stated you have a moral case,
and the Ag. Governor thought the
drainage should be changed—but
the Governor in Executive Com-

mittee decided in its greatlity cf the law : ey f . risk
“Wisdom” to do Nothing. Abso- ri oy For they feel that the risk}
lutely nothing. cf ©ver-severity is to be preferred to the risk
Yours faithfully of corruption—tha “te inate anf man

R. ARCHER McKENZIE i ption—that mortal enemy of true}

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951

HONOURED

BY LEGISLATURE

MR. G. H. ADAMS
House of Assembly last

at

Was @ man and a politician
half way and as leader of th
for the sake of onnosition.

Mr.

dams was Propors.g the
toast

“The Guest of Honour’
which was seconded by Mr. J. E
T. Brancker.

The dinner was given by the
Speaker of the House of Assembly
Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, in hon-
our of Mr. Wilkinson's continued
#crvice as a member of the General
Assembly.

Mr. Wilkinson, the oldest mem-
ber in the House. is the repre-

sentative for the Parish of St.
James and

had served in that
constituency for 20 successive
years.

Other tcasts were : “The House”
moved by Hon. J. D. Chandler
and seconded by Mr. L. 5. R.
Gill, “Past Members” moved by
Mr, W. W. Reece and seconded
by Dr: H. G. Cummins, “The
Ciairnae moved “ky Hon’bie
g

N. Turner, to which Mr. Hus-
bands replied,

His Honour the Spesker was
Chairman at the dinner. Covers
were laid for 25,

_ Mr. Adams said that although
it Was the custom that after din-
ner speeches should be humorous
he was not likely to be humorous
because it was a unique occasion,
With respect to the position of
the guest of honour and himself,
he thought that on that occasion,
it called for something out of the
ordinary as far as humour was
concerned,

It was with very real pleas-
ure, he was able to move the
toast to Mr, Wilkinson whom they
all liked and respected very
much,
_ As far-as he knew, it was the
first occasion in this century and
beyond, that the House had felt
it a duty and a pleasure to come
together on an oceasion to com-
memorate a long period of service
to a member of the House.

It was a great tribute to his
personal qualities that although
they might in the past, have been
other persons in the House of
Assembly quite as long as Mr.
Wilkinson, it never occurred to
members of. the House before to
have a dinner in the honour of an
old member,

The Secret

He thought that the real secret
of Mr, Wilkinson’s personal qual-
ities was to be found in a state-
ment which he made to him quite
recently in which he said “Adams,
you and I are coming more and
more to think alike, I don’t know
if you are copying me or I am
copying you.”

Mr. Adams said that Mr, Wil-

kinson should not be in any
doubt as to who was copying
who, He felt everyone of them

of any political persuasion whether
Labourite, Conservative or other-
wise, felt that while

they, in
accordance with their political
feeling of judgment which went
with the attitude of politics,

might have secondary differences
yet there was latent in the minds
of them, the real appreciation
for the sterling work of their col—
leagues.

He was sure everyone would
think that if there were more
members of the Opposition like
Mr, Wilkinson, politics would be
almost a family affair, in spite of
the difficulty with which he had
to keep some of his junior col-
leagues quiet.

Mr. Wilkinson did manage to
see the sterling common sense of
the Government and Govern-
ment members. He hoped that
Mr. Wilkinson would not blush
when he said that for all the
years he had known him, he
would meet one half-way. He
would see your point, He would
realize, unlike some of his col-
leagues that the Government
might possibly be right.

Party Union

If they in Barbados should
ecntinue to have a Government
such as they had at present and
an Cpposition led by a _ parlia-
mentarian as far seeing as Mr.
Wilkinson, far from having party
friction, they would have party
union,

He felt that all of them should
pay tribute to the fact that Mr.
Wilkinson had never yet been
heard to oppose for the sake of

opposition, He had never yet
been small-minded not to give

credit where credit was due,

Mr. Wilkinson did not just
throw bricks at the Government.
be brought along a brick and
helped to construct the building.

Mr. Adams said_ that they
weuld be sorry if Mr, Wilkin-
son went out of politics soon.
Tt would be a genuine regret on
the part of every Government
member and equally on the part
of members of his party.

They in Barbados were more
advanced than any colony in the
British Empire. Their constitu-
tion was the best outside of tne
Dominions and was the best in
the Empire. Their sense of re-
evonsibility was really great,
They had a political atmosphere

second to none in the British
territory. ;

From the bottom of his. heart
and from the hottom of the

hearts of all, he said that they
were proud to know Mr, Wilkin-
son aS a man and a politician.
Aithough they would like to cap-
ture his seat, even his (Mr.
Adams’) group would be extreme-
ly sorry when he was gone, -;

Happy Precedent

Mr. Wilkinson replying said that
he was overwhelmed by the re-
ception given him that night. His
Honour the Speaker had a very
happy thought of getting them
together. He did not like any
fuss, but the Speaker in his wis-
dom said it would be a good
thing for Barbados if they had
that dinner, and as always, he
bowed to Mr. Speaker.

He thought that it was a happy
orecedent for the future. The
eountry cannot go on unless they

had co-operation, co-operation
between labour. capital
@ On Pase 8

an after-dinner speech in che

night paid tribute to the sterling
qualities of Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, O.B.E

- and said that he
who was willing to mect one
e Opposition, he never opposed

ESSIONS

Defence Counsel
Addresses Jury
For Two Hours
Letter Cas> Continues

DEFENCE COUNSEL, Mr. &. W.
Barrow maae a iwo-acur aauress
ic the jury at the Court of Grand
Sessicus yesveruay yuse corore the
eajourument afer ue fourm day's
nearing of the case in which tn.
Police have charged David Van
Puttin with uttering threatening
letters to Aubrey Birch of Day-
rells Road, demanding money.
One of the points Mr. Barrow
argued in his address was there
being no evidence besides Puttin’s
words to prove. that he sent the
letters. He cited cases, thus hold-
ing that even on, the off chance
of Puttin writing the letter, ue
could’ not be convicted if there
was no evidence of his having sent
it.

His Henour the Acting Chief
Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor is pre-
siding at the Court. Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C_, Solicitor General, is
presetcuting for the Crown. ‘The
case will continue today, Last
night was the fourth night the

jury was empanelled.
Puttin is accused of having
written the letter demanding

$6,000, telling Birch that it would
be bad for his children’s lives to
be in danger.

As the case began yesterday, the
Acting Chief Justice ruled that
reference could not be made by
prosecution witnesses to the jury
of an alleged admission by Put-
tin of his having had some hand
in a similar threatening letter case
before when he had written a
letter to another man.

Menaces

After the case for the prosecu-
tion was closed, Mr. Barrow said
that there was no mentior of the
jetter having been sent. They, the
jury, might be inclined to say that
the reference to the children and
to Birch himself were menaces,
but they were not sufficient
menaces for the law. Menaces
shculd be of such as to overcomé
the free and voluntary action of
the person who has received them.

From the evidence of Mr, Birch
himself, it was evident that his
voluntary actions were never
troubled, Maybe, he said, by the
time the case was finished, they
would come to the decision that
it was only a practical joke.

Birch had said he had heard a
noise outside like revolver shots
after he received the first letter,
but there was no evidence as to
the suggested noise being revolver
shots.

Mr. Barrow asked the jury to
believe that the evidence given
by Toppin, prosecution witness
whom Puttin was supposed to have
offered to pay a dollar for the
removal of the money parcel, was
untrue. Toppin had said that a
Superintendent had promised him
that if he gave evidence, in that
case, things would be made easy
for him. Besides he had at one
time said that the idea of being
put in a trap only occurred to him
after he had been arrested and
at another time said that he
thought of a possible trap when
Puttin asked him whether he
wanted to work for a dollar.

In any case it was not likely
that Puttin would have entrusted
him with $6,000. It was caid that
he knew Toppin for about a week
while he knew another witness,
Phillips, who was supposed to be
nearby at the time of the dollar
working suggestion, for five years.
It would have been more probable
then that he would have decided
on Phillips, if he had need of an
emissary.

Befuddled

At one time Cpl. Devonish had
said he returned to the C.I.D. at
8.30 p.m. and then said that he
was a witness fo events at the
C.1I.D. which took place at about
8 p.m. Puttin, he argued, had
been béfuddled, and bewitched by
a bottle of beer. He was enticed
to give evidence to the police ana
though, that the evidence was ad-
missible had already been decided,
yet they, the jury, should be fully
aware how much weight they
should attach to such statements.

Mr. Reece in his short address
before the adjournment asked how
else could Puttin have been on
Dayrells Road unless he knew
that the letter had hit home.

@ On Page 8.





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

SS =

WHAT CHRISTOPHER
COLUMBUS MEANS
TO BARBADOS

By TONY

Columbus,

VANTERPOOL
THOSE BARBADIANS who attend the show,

Chri¥fopher

at the Empire Theatre will be thrilled t@ know

that Barbados played a great part in this film,
The technical work and acting was done at Gainsborougn
studios in London but two West Indian islands— Barbados

and Dominica—were

Santa Maria and Nina, the

Columbus vesseis tnat we see in
this film, were both made at Hole.
town by Messrs. Clarke and
Richards, and the Nina still lies
off Hotetown to remind us of tho
film.
It was on the morning of May
12, 1948; that the Christopher
Columbus film unit—gJests of the
Ocean View Hotel—leit the island
for Dominica to film the first
scenes of the landing of Columbus
in the New World. The stars in-
cluded Niall McGinness, Richard
Aherne and Dennis Vance, accom-
panied by technicians. The loca-
tion in Dominica for the tlming
was Woodford Hill Bay in the
north east corner of the island.
about ten miles from Portsmouth,
This part of Dominica correspond.
ed closely with Columbus’
description of San Salvador where
he first went ashore in 1492.

LAUNCHED

The Unit spent over three weeks
in Dominica shooting scenes and
then returned to Barbados to take
cver the Santa Maria and Nina,
which were both launched at
Holetown in the presence of many
Barbadians,

While they were in Domintca
the Carib Indians assisted in film-
ing scenes of Carib’ reservations,
the remnants of the once power-
ful and warlike nation which
Columbus encountered when he
first discovered the islands,

Mr. Alex Bryce, who joined the
Unit shortly afterwards, directed
the filming and location along
with Unit Manager Mr. Laurie
Lawrence. Adrian Seligman was
Captain of the Santa Maria and
on many occasions the local folk
could see the two boats around
the islands shootings scenes,

The Barbadians who were
picked to be the crew of the two
boats grew beards and when the
boats were tied off in the Careen-
age they could be seen making
both Caravels ship shape for
shooting scenes,

Frank Bundy, producer, and
Alex Bryce did a great amount
of filming at Bathsheba. They
used the Edge Water Hotel as
their headquarters and a crowd
of local men took part in the
montage of the scenes illustrating
Columbus’ voyages among the
islands and taking possession of
them in the name of Spain.

While all the shooting of scenes
were going on the large Unit made
the best of their stay in the island,
Regularly large groups of bearded
men could be seen at the night
clubs and as one once said, ‘we
are ‘making the best of this
wonderful climate.”

MISFORTUNE

Soon after the Unit met with
misfortune. On July 20, 1948 the
Nina was off the north-east coast
of the island shooting scenes when
engine trouble occurred, At the
same time a strong wind began
to blow and they hoisted sails
The engine was soon working
again and along with the sails,
everything looked rosy, but un-
fortunately when the last gill oi
petrol was used up the Nina was
still far away from shore,

Robert Clarke was then aboard
the Nina, and apart from builder,
he was acting as skipper, Also on
board were Mrs, Clarke, Mrs
Shaw, wife of the mate, and o
group of Barbadians, After they
ran out of petrol the Nina drifted
out to sea and no matter how hard
Clarke tried he could not reach
Barbados.

The vessel was later located, by
a Rescue and Search Organisation

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21, the Motor
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bergusson
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came involved, As usual a_re-
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Stralling around the wharf at
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search of the Nina, 1 quickly col-

lected the photographer and join-
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understanding that the Nina wa
just off Barbados and we would
be back in the morning. This wa:
@ pious hope as we spent five days
away from the island, dropping in
fer a few hours at Vieux Fort, St
Lucia and spending a few days a
St. Vincent, where the Nina was
eventually found.

LIFE OR DEATH

Of course this chapter would
have been the most interesting
part of the film but on this oc-
casion it was a matter of life o1
death so shooting scenes were for-
gotten,

A few hours after the Daerwood
jeft the Careenage a light was
seen. Everyone on board thought
this would be the Nina, Signals
were exchanged between the two
ships and then the announcemen
was circulated that it was a Dutch
freighter.

At daybreak on July 22 the peak
of “Gros Petan”, St, Lucia, coula
be seen and shortly after midday
the Daerwood made a thorough
search off the coastline of St. Lucia.
Still no Nina could be seen. The
Daerwood later stopped at Vieux
Fort where Mr. A. Bayley
Assistant Director and Mr. T
Nedell, Private Secretary to Mr
Clarke, went ashore. They re-
turned to the ship with the new:
that the Nina was being towed tc
Barbados by another vessel, This
however proved to be extremely
misleading and when we sailed
into Kingstown, St. Vincent o1
July 23 we saw the Nina anchored
there.

In St. Vincent the Nina and
Daerwood were both refuclled and
collected rations. The crew of the
Nina were a bit discontented. Each
man was issued with clothing.

It was while in St. Vincent that
the news was received that the
Santa Maria had caught afire and
had burnt at Hvletown,

RETURNED

Accompanied by the Daerwood,
the Nina returned safely to Bar-
bados, The Nina was used for
further filming and a few months
later, after the Columbus Unit haq

s

returned to England, it was
brought into the Inner Basin of
the Careenage,

It remained there fo; many
months until it was eventually
auctioned and bought by Mr.
Ralph Hunte of Messrs. Manning
and Co., Ltd. Mr. Hunte,

former skipper of an intercolonia;
vessel, once told me that he in-
tends turning the Nina into
House Boat. He at present has it
moored off the St. James coast,
Perhaps many Barbadians whc
see the Nina in the film will after-
wards travel to the St, James
“9ast to make a comparison. It
is the same Nina but is growing
older and older, It has One, usefui

purpose still today, Air Pilots
use it as a landmark to remind
them how near they are vetting





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The caravel NINA seen in the film,
is here seen as she rode at anchor
off Holetown where she was built.

Lumber Comes

The Saguenay Terminals’
Benny landed here
1,000 100-pound sacks
bleached soft wheat





SS.
yesterday

of un-
flour

the Windsor Hotel.

Agreement

|

Mr. Hugh V. Shaw of Gairdner
& Company Ltd., Toronto, Cana-
da, arrived in Barbados last Sat-
urday and was met Lb}? Mr. Geo.
P. Watt, a direc.cor cf ine coms.
pany, who has been in Barbados
jfor sometime, They are staying

Mr. Shaw, in an interview with
the Advocate yesterday, said that
his company had made an agree-
ment with Plantations Ltd.
represent them in the island,

Of interest to most investors
with Canadian or American
securities, he said, would be the
fact that although some other
Canadian investment firms were
known in Barbados already, this
newly formed association between
the Canadian Company and P!an-
Ltd. would provide
another source of information and
service to Barbadians

The company are deaters in all
types of securities in Canada, New
York and London and hope to
place particular emphasis on pro-
viding Up-to-date report on speed
fic investments. ,Fu. ther, .9 pro-
vide a system of supervising lists

| of securities presently held in the

island to ensure their continuity
and maintenance of earning
power,

Mr. Shaw said that his com-
pany had grown very consider-
ably in Canada over the past 20
years in no small measure due to
the service which had been afford-

and) ed to clients and that they were

5370 pieces of pine lumber from, hopeful now of being no less suc-

Halifax.

The shipment of flour
for Messrs. H
Ltd., while the supply of lumber
came to Messrs. J. B. Leslie & Co,,
Ltd. Also arriving for Messrs H
Jason Jones & Co,, Ltd,, was a
quantity of animal and poultry
feed and dog meal,

The Benny ieft Barbados last
night for Port-of—Spain, ‘Trinidad,
Her agents are Messrs? Planta-
tions Ltd.

“Cleanest

arrived |
Jason Jones & Co,,

cessful by the same fteasure . in
the British West Indiés.
Both Mr. Shaw and Mr. Watt

will remain in Barbados for a few
weeks and they have planned te
meet and talk with as many inter-
tested investors as possible,

Mr. Shaw, being here for the
first time, stated that the only
{thing that could be blamed for
; his failure to accomplish this ob-
jective would be the unbounded
hospitality which he had been
shown since arrival,

‘

City In

The West Indies”

Say Commissioners of Health

Members of the Commissioners of Health at their meeting
yesterday described a leaderette appearing in the Advocate
on Wednesday as unjust and doing the island no good. The
article under the head “Try This”, referred to the uncleanli-

ness of Bridgetown.

Chief Sanitary Inspector Mr

meeting drew the matter to
He took it, he said, that the
Board welcomed criticism, Speak-

ing personally, any complaints
that were submitted to his De-
partment were attended to

promptly. He would ask though
that criticisms be just, not un-
reasonable or vindictive as was
the case as presented by the
article, It was unfair to the Pub-
lic Health bodies who were doing
their utmost in the interest of the
health of the community despite
the existing difficulties. He con-
sidered that these statements were
worthy of notice because they
appeared in an important paper
like the Advocate which helped to
shape the policy of the commun-
ity.

Mr, E. D. Mottley said that he
had always supported the Advo-
eate or any newspaper as regards
constructive and justifiable criti-
cism about sanitation. They would
recall that on almost every occas-
when

ion criticism appeared in
the Press about sanitation they
had taken action to do something
to remedy the situation. As a
matter of fact, as a result of

criticism, they had put out a num-
ber of stuff bins, They had also
made changes whereby men
worked in the City area with push
carts cleaning the streets from 8
n, to 4 pm. They had done
everything possible to keep the
Streets clean, As had often been

pointed out, certain conditions
existed in the City that could
hardly be remedied until district

markets had been established,

Tourists Deterred

“When statements like that ap-
pear before the public, pointing
out that Bridgetown is one of the
dirtiest cities in the West Indies,
could you ask decent people of
any sort to come here?” question-
“d Mr. Mottley. He said that
they had had it from the lips of
eminent public health men that
Bridgetown was one of the clean-
est cities in the West Indies. Those
of them who had had the oppor-
tunity of travelling extensively
about the area, would confirm
that, he was sure,

Mr. A. R. Toppin said that they
should not let their hearts be
troubled over this article for he
had come in contact with quite a
number of visitors to the island
who had remarked that Bridge-

town was one of the cleanest
cities in the West Indies. He was
sure that people who came here

would not agree with the article.
Mr E. V. Goddard said that
the dirt in Broad Street was part-
ly attributable to the Advocate,
Mr. Victor Chase supported the
remarks of the previous speakers
He thought, he said that despite
the difficulties in the City over





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lith April 1951, at 1 p.m, 5.4.51—6n.
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is — Signed DALTON GASKIN,
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Godfrey Beckies of
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geen mage =: sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a|
ORIEN I AL beard and galvanized shop a ed to
residence situated at Endeavour. St
James
one Dated this 3rd day of April, 1951,
J To S. H. NURSE, E:sq.,
New Shipment opened Police Magistrate, Dist. “E"—-Holctown.
Signed G. BECKL®

9 DIAL Applicant

THANI 3466 N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
ut Police Court, District ~ E’-—H vietown
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EMPIRE CLUB | at 11 o'clock, a.r ah. RoR
The Annual General Meet- Folice Magistrate, Dist. ~Holerown.
ing of the above Club wili | 6.4.81-1h,
be held at the Pavilion on
Friday, 6th April at 7 p.m
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Hony. Secretary ao ea r
29.3.51—-2n. The public are hereb; warned against
OEE! | Biving credit to my wife, WILHELMINA
| | HARROW inee Gooding), as 1 do not
hold myself responsible SF. Bor o any
Di! ‘se contracting any debt or debts
WATCH THIS SPACE ty ane Herta aylaak by a written order
signed by me.
i Signed DONALD BARROW,
Join ADVOCATE'S me Rices, St. Philip.
6.4.51—2n,
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teaner Cry CAMPAICN YT OST & FOUND
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8 , { Manufacturers, whose trade or business
)| address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
4.4.51.—2n. {| Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
« U.S.A,, has applied for the registration
ss=)|| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
aa of shaft





In respect roller bearings,
hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
parts thereof, ball bearings, roller. bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
cycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speec
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
gearing for applying motive power tc
shafting; power units that embod; an
electric motor and transmission mech:





T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Beautiful





*
ism for controlling the speed of the

Lamp Shades output power member, and will ve
4 entitled to register the same after ono

IN BLUE; GREEN; PINK month from the 4th day of April 1951









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of 8 and 9 o'clock in the morning on!

(ee tei et
ALMOST NEW 12 H.P.. Bedford Van. |

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PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.



NOTICE
| BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF ST. ANDREW
| PARBADOS.

I HEREBY give notice to all per-
sons entitled to vote at the Election
of Members of the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that the Elec-
ce between the hours





_ Monday the 9th day of April 1931 at The
Community Hall Belleplaine in
Parish of St. Andrew.
And T hereby summon all persons so

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 as shal!
be meet and convenient for the good
| Government of this place and People ant
preserviition of their estates unless a

Poll be required for the determinatio.

thereof in which case euch Poll will be

taken at the place or places appointed |
for that purpose, on Monday the 16th |
day of April 195) commencing between

\the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock in the
morning.

Given under my hand this 30th day
March 1951,
Dated this 30th day of March 1951.
F. A, INGRAHM, J.P.,
Sheriff & Returning Officer.
31.3. 51—2n
_———

NOTICE

BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF ST, ANDREW
BARBADOS.

I HEREBY give notice to all persons
qualified to vote at the Election of
Members ef the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that I have
appointed The Community Hall at
Belleplaine 4s the place where all such
persons may meet on Monday. the 9th
@ay of April 1951 to elect one’ Member
to serve for the Parish of St. Andrew
in the General Assembly of this Island.

And I hereby further give notice that
in the event of a Poll being required for
the determination of the said Election, I
have appointed for the said Purpose the

ot

places hereinafter specified, that is to
say:—
Polling Station No, (1) :—

The Alleyne School Belleplaine THE

NORTH WING For the use of all per-
sons whose surnames begin with the
letters A te J inclusive.
Polling Station No. (2):—

The Alleyne School Belleplaine THE
SOUTH WING For the use of all persons
whose surnames begin with the letters
K to Z inclusive.

Dated this 30th day of March 1951,





rl i Se aa ae oe serdar allen —pndadeetaaien

am.
E. a. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
6451—I1n.

TAKE NOTICE

ONC

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 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 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 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 tife 3ist day of March, 1961,













H. WILLIAMS. {
Registrar of Trade Marks.
44.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE

NEW DEPARTURE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation, organized
isting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
ddress is West Grand Boulevard «& Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,



U.S.A. has applitd for the registration of
trade mark in’ Part “A”
of

of Register
rings,
els, and pillow
d with mechinery shafting and

a



roller |











perts thereof, bearings, roller bear-
ings, entifrie bearings of al! kinds:
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
eyele hubs coaster hubs; variable speed
hubs; con brakes; “bells; mechanical

for
power

applying motive power to
units that embody an

gearing
shafting;



electric motor and transmission mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
eutput 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



pt my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
Dated ths Slst day of March, 1951.
HW. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
44.51—3»



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
Avenue, UDetroit, 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 combustion»
engines for use on automobiles, motor
boats, sireraft and the like; electricai
batteries and parts thereof, radio receiv-
ing sets and parts thereof, shock
absorber fluids for hydraulic shock
absorbers, brakes and the like; lubricat-
ing oils and greases; speedometers;
tachometers; odometers: gauges; hydrau-
lic brakes and parts thereof: trailers
broke lining; gaskets; bearings; con-
densers; transformers; contro] apparatus;
water systems; electric heaters; bulbs
for electric lights; thermostats; current
generating and distributing systems for
lighting and power purposes; power
operated dynamos; electric motors and
parts thereof; stators; rotors; armatures;
short circuiting mechanism; rheostats;
terminal blocks; electric machines and
perts thereof; switches; electrical con-
ductors and connectors; dyamo brushes:






coils: switchboards; relays; circuit
breaker&; generators; magnetos; elec-
trically. operated machines — namely,
washing machines, wringers, irons,
pumps, water systerns, réfrigerators.
horns, signals, alarms, fans, lowers;
windshield wipers; oil and gas burners,
sir conditioning apparatus and parts
thereof; boilers; furnaces; water heaters;
stokers; instrument panels; shack
absorbers; brakes; brake druyns;
diaphragms, pedals, connecting rods;



springs; vehicle front end
and will be entitled to register the sy.
after one month from the 4th day

suspensicns,







10/- Each unless some person shall in the April 1951, unless some person shall in
B a s | time give notice in duplicate to | the meantime give notice in duplicate
| BEST QUALTY VARNISH STAIN my office of opposition of such registra-| to me at my office of opposition of such
7) On tion. The trade mark can be seen on} registration. The trade mare can be
! * application my office. seen on application at m office
| SORREON'S STATIONERS | PDated this gist day of March, 1951.| Dated this Sist day of March, 195)
| and HARDWARE | H. WILLIAMS, H. WILLIAMS,
solicits li le hak tata Registrar of Tvade Marks. Registrar of Trade Marks.
si 4.4.51—3n | 44.51—3n

LBL LEER ELT EE BEL IN,
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

minimum
and $1.80 ae $1.50 on week-days

REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed.
rooms, every convenience including
gardin, water supply. As new, £3,000.
Fhone 4476. 1$.3.51—t.f.n.

LAND—At Bush Hall Cross Road,
opposite Allen's Park. This land econ-
tins several pieces. Now, you can bu
for cash, er you can credit same u
wanted. Please get in touch with Mr
| Brown at Hutchinson & Banfield’s Ottge







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3.4.51-—5n.
i—-—_————___
LAND--1124 sq. ft. of land at Bed-

ford Lane, Bridgetown,
dwelling house thereon.
uae = application to Miss E, M

whie a -orner of Stree
ond Bedford Lane. enor ’

The above will be offered for sale hy
public competition at our office, James
Street, on Priday 13th April 1951 at

2
Hutchinson & Banfieid.
31.3.52—12n,

SHARES-—25 Plantations Ltd. £10
‘shares. 100 A, Barnes & Co, Ltd. £1
| Preference Shares, 18 Trinidad Con-
|Sclidated Telephones Ltd, $50.00 5%
Preference Shares, 125 Plantations Ltd.
£1 Preference Shares Ex Dividend.
The above shares will be offered for
sale by public competition at our Office,

together with
{

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James Street, on Friday, 6th April, at
/2 p.m.
G. L, W. CLARKE & CO.,
Solicitors.
31.3.51—6n
BUILDING LOTS at Dover, Christ

Chureh. Lots near the sea, and lots

and 12 cente per agute line on Sundays, |



FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
Sceve Sundays 24 words — over 34
werds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a
word Sundays.

|







HOUSES ,
BOULOGNE-—St. Lawrence Gap, fully
| furnished Vacant from April 15th,
| Dial 8459. 6.45120
BUNGALOW — Modern Bungalow sit-
vated at Brighton, Black Rock, all con-
| veniences. Dial 2338. §.4.51-—-t.f.n.

{ En casa particular con su play ay
grandes jardines habitacion grande

doble con bsno y tambien dos simples.

Buena comida y servicio esmerado. Se
habla Espanol. Telefono 8372.

Large double room with bath also
two singles im comfortable private
home on sea. Spacious grounds, good
bathing beach, ‘excellent meals. Tel
8372. 4.4. 52-30
—_—_—_-

DBY GOODS STORE—Are vou itn

terested In a Dry Goods Store with Stock
in Trade Furniture ete. In Swan Street?

Ven good spot, avaiiable immtdiately
Write for particulars ‘to Swin Street
Store. C/o. Advocate.

GASL—34
EVANTON, Situated at Top Rock;
Heving 3 bedrooms; 2 toilets and
Showers Dining-room. Lounge All
modern conveniences, available tmmed-
jately. unfurnished, Ajply Ralph
Beard. Phone-4683. or 8569

4.4.51—3n

HIGH WINDS—Cattlewash,
for May,! July, October, No
December, Dial 2650,

Bathsheba,
mber and
$4.51-—t.f.n,







en and near Maxwell Main Road. Apply:
Mrs, T. A. Herbert, Dover. Phone 8131 |
or 8385. 6.4,.51—5n, |

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER |

By_instructions received I will sell at |
the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street |
On Friday, Cth (1) 1950 A-40 Austin Car
only done 2,000 miles, (Damaged in ace |
cident), sale at 2 p.m. Terms CASH.—

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
1.4.51,—4n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE|

The application of Rufus A. Maughan, |
holder of Liquor License No. 476 of 1951,
granted to Lawrence Cox and Cyril Cox,
trading as Cox Brothers in respect of a
double roof board and shingle shop at
Eagle Hall, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c., at a
hoard and shingle shop at Lightsfoot
Cross Lane, St. Michael,

Dated this 5th day of April, 1951.
To E, A. McLEOD, “*

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”,

Signed RUFUS MAUGHAN,
Applicant,

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District ‘A’ on Monday,
the 16th day of April 1951, at 11 o’elock,

a.m.
FE. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. *
6,4.51—1n

TAKE NOTICE
N 0

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-









TON, a corporation organized and
ing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of Ameria,



Menufacturers, whose trade or busine
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration
e trade mark in Part “A” of Regis
in respect of roller bearings, sh
hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
parts thereof, ball bearings, roller bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
journal boxes; brakes for eycles and
eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable at
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanic:
gearing for applying motive power
shafting; power units that embody a
electric motor and transmissiqn mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
output power member, and will be
entitled to register the same after o/
month from the 4th day of April, 195i,
unless some person shall in the meati-
time. give notice in duplicate to me at
my office ot opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen 0)
application at my office.

Dated ths 3ist day of Marth, 1951,

H, WILLIAMS, .

Registrar of Trade Marks,
4.4.51--3n

2,

TAKE NOTICE —
OLDSMOBILE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOMA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware. United States of Azrerica,
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

and|4 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; patty
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines, pats
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
preparations; heaters:
radio apparatus, and willbe entitled 4o
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, 1961,





H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
4.4.51--4n



TAKE NOTICE

PONTIAC

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 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 veh.cles;
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heater
rodio apparatus, and will be entitled
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
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office,

Dated this Bist day of March, 1961.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade i
4A.

TAKE NOTICE
GENERAL MoTORS|

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the Jaws of the State
Delaware, United States of Arcetita.
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has spplied 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; bodies ond
chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion enginés, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters:
radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from



3n



pthe 4th day of April J951, unless
some person shall in the meantime sive
| netice in duplicate to me at my office of
' opposition of such registration. The

; trade mark can be seen on application
jat my office

Dated this 3lst day of March

H. WILLIAM

Registrar of Trade}

1951



















pgs ieiae nie incre easton
MYOSOPIS, Belleville,
from May ist Appointments to view
Dial 2420. “Further particulars Phone
8107, H, W. Hinds.
PREMISES— No, s
stairs premises, very spacious and cool
suttable for Factory, Agents Office,
Dentists, Solicitors, or Society. Apply:
Thani Bros. or Dial 3466. 6.5.51—2n
SEAFORTH-—Worthing, opposite Ren-
dezvous Gap, on the sea-side, 3 bed
rooms, drawing and dining room
electricity and gas. All modern con-
venience, vacant from Ist May. Phones
2u74, for further particulars
64.51—2n



TAKE NOTICE

| a,

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 electrical transformers,
electric lamps; insulated wire and cable;
ignition wire sets; electrical aceessory
cords; guarded extension lights; exten-
sion ‘ights on reels; wiring harness;
battery terminals and connectors; radio
receiving and transmitting sets; insulting
varnish, insulated tape; insulated cloth;
batteny wiring assemblies, and ,will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 4th day of April 1951,
unless some person shall in the mean-
tine give notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra-
fion, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this day of March,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51







1951

3n

TAKE NOTICE





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 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 vehicles;
internal corm.bustion engines, parts thereof
and accessories thereto; cleaning ane
polishing preparations; heaters; radio
apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from



the 4th day of April 1951, unless same
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office ¢
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.
4 yo! on



TAKE NOTICE
BUICK

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 busin

address is West Grand Boulevard & (



Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for th “‘tistration of
a trade mark in Part ‘ 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 vehicle part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters;
radio apparatus, and will be entitied t
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
trade mark ean be seen on application
at my office,

Dated this Sist dev of March,





1961,

nm, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Truce Marks
4.451—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a_ corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the Stat >
Delaware, United States of Americh,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue. Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for thé registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of accessories and devices of
all kinds for motor driven vehicles and
engines; electrichl apparatus of all kinds;
measuring and s¢ientific apparatus ‘in-
cluding spark plugs, spark plug porce-
lains, spark plug parts, radio spork plugs,
resistors for peveiee ignition systems
from interfering w. radio apparatus:
radio spark plug testing devices* deviges
and machines for cleaning spark plugs.

ve compound for cleaning spark

ues; ignition cables; terminals for
electrical connections; purcps; combined
fuel and vacuum pumps; fuel pumps;

vacuum pumps; filters; oil and gasoline
filters; oil Basoline strainers,
speedometers; sreedometer driving

mechanism; tachometers; film speed in-
: dicators; ammeters; gauges of ail kihds
thermogauges; temperature indicating
devices and apparatus: liquid level in-
dicators; air cleaners of all Kinds. corr-
bined air cleaners and intake silencers
combined air cleaners and flame arresters
intake ‘silencers; automatic chokes
crank case breathers; instrument el
odometers; reflex signals; repair ond
: replacement parts of al! such devices
parts and accessories of all such devices
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 te
to me at mi’ offiee of opp
registration. The trade
seen on application at my
Dated ths 3ist day wt ch, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade }

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: NOTICE
WANTED TAKE NOTICE TAKE NO .

Mtimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 KLAXON y
werds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents c TITAN
word Sundays.

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
HELP rr oO geet poration ossanitted sad &
oie she That GEN _p ex i under the laws’ of the State of.-<%

- eens sn ene | TION a ae MUROEA CORPORA-| Detdwarc,’ United ‘States. of Awerten:

“periénced colar stitetiers. wanted! | existing under the love seen ted SPA) Manatacturers: whose trace of bikinis
RELIANCE SHIRT FACTORY, Delaware. “United states cree [adress i West Grad Batlevard & Cass
plone aoe 4.4.51—3n. Manufacturers, while Bone 6 ikees gress, -Detroit, «State St Michigan,

rEMALE HELP WANTED giarese 8 West Grand Boulevards Com | MGE mate in port SAS nt Ronieios

Three (2) Faliable, Ladies ao contact | fe has eens autte, Of Michigan, 41, ct Tal michel ndliien cxhceeemaee
American families for general House | USA. has applied for the. registration of Sete sy cpanel Se eee
werk in U.S.A. must be well recom- |} ®@ trade mark in Part “A* ‘of Register ee gel onerne ae gy aeet
taended, Passage furnished. Write {or in ot accessories and devices af ao te he ol ys oi a resister aes
Lerticulars, Mr, MH. Smith, 30 Fulton} 4 Kinds for motor driven, vehicles and| {ie WIRE” after one month | fromthe
Street, Canning Town. don. FE. 16. | ®™sines; electrical apparatus of all kinds, +1 “ a Ape 155, was F

_ 6.3.51__2n | MeAtUring and scientific apparatus, in-| Person shall in the meantime g
= | gluing spark: plugs, spark plug: porce-| 1, tubtlcate to me et ma offic of
iS, Spe arts, re ar! jugs, | © z 7
MISC. uecistors soy preventing ig: dion systems in Cant be. seen on apeiieation at my
eee m interferin, y s; | ce

IMMEDIATE CASH for diamond Jewel-| ridio spark plus (athg tae ae Dated ths 3ist day of 1 1961.

tery. old China, silver and SheMeld Plate. | and machines tor cl wk p H, Wit '
Phone 4429 or call at GORRINGES, ad. | obcas na or cleaning .spark plugs Registrar of Tradé’}
Joining Royal Yacht Club abrasive compound for eleaning spark es WR ma
20.2.51.—T-F.N. plugs; ignition cables; terminals for +o1
mn a feat ba connections; pumps; combined Seen aie tee ae ae ice

YMMEDIATE CAS x it an vacuum pumps; fuel pumps,
lery, gold nuggets, po th vacuum pumps; filters; oil and gasoline TAKE NOTICE 4
Ola | RB wi Stampa’ mags. | filters: ofl and = gasoline — strainers; ; a M

ntique op. Dial 4429, "| speedometers; speedometer driving

20,2.51.—t.¢.n | Mechanism; tachorreters; film speed in- CHEVY ROLET
= siirteelninsiciminie lah dicators; ammeters; gauges of all kinds. .

WANTED TO PURCHASE--Good House | thermogauges; temperature indicating| That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
«tuated on seashore, must have four ov | 2¢¥ices and apparatus; liquid level indi-| TION, a corporation organizal and
fve bedrooms and sufficient land {or | C2trs: air cleaners of all kinds; combined | existing under the laws of the State of
lerge garden. Address enquiries to| @if Cleaners and intake silencers; com-| Delaware, United States of America.
Vernon Knight C/o Da Costa & Co. Lui, | bined air cleaners and flame arresters;| Manufacturers, whose trade or business
Telephone 2122. 6 (fy | Wntake silencers; automatic chokes; crank address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
~~ ——_—_.. } case breathers; instrument — panels:} Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan. ’
age OSTAGE STAMPS—Send me only | Odometers; reflex signals; repair and re-| U.$.A, has applied for the registration of |
300 used Postage Stamps of your eauntry | Placement parts of all such devices,| trade mark in Part “A” of Register
and neighbouring countries for a beauti- p Batts and accessories of all such devices, | jn respect of transportation elements of
ful Fountain Pen. Stamps must be in| &¢ willbe entitled to register the same] 43, kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo.
good condition and goaked off the payer, | *ft€r one month from the 4th day off piles and trucks of all kinds: bW@ies ana No receipt stamps wanted. With your | #Pril 1961, unless some person shall ii} chassis for motor driven vehicles: parts
pen f will send you a list of other | 2® meantime give notice in duplicate} ana accessorics of motor driven vehicle
merehandise you can get for varijus] % me at my office of opposition of such | internal combustion engir parts
Quantities of used stamps. This list | Pe@istration, The trade mark can be] thereof and accessories thereto; Cleaning
includes Cameras, Watches, Nylons, | 58 on application at my office. end polishing preparations; heaters;

Clothin



WALTER BROOKS,
P.O. Box 524
Albany, New York, U.S.A
6,4.51—1n,

- TAKE NOTICE
CADILLAC

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 busines
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 transportation elements 91
oil Kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies anc
chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
nnd accessories of motor driven vehicles
internal combustion engines, parts
inereof and accessories thereto; cleanin:
ind polishing preparations; heaters
redio apparatus, and will be entitled te
register the same after one month
tne 4th day of April 1951, unl
fame 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
et my office,

Dated this Bist day of March, 1961,

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 busines
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
im respect of transportation elements of
al! kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for mator driven vehicles; part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles:
internal eombustion 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 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 31st dey of Mareh, 1951.
H., WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.4.51-—-3n

TAKE NOTICE —
HARRISON

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOR,
TION, « corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Deluware, United States of America
Manufacturers, whose trade or businear
address is Wes Grand Boulevard & Cags



Avenue, Detreit, State of Michigan, a cities \ . 3
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of ! Trinidad, La Guatra, Cura
# trade mark in Part Be a Reuistey The MV. Cartbbee «will | cao, Cartagena and Jamaicn
do respect of radiators and: vr heater: ; : —
for automobiles and similar moto accept Cargo and Passen- tH -
rake ot nee ie ah Se ne gers for Dominica, Antigua, ‘
1¢ game after o t . it : ie . i
4th day of April 1951. nrless— samy Montserrat, Nevis and St. ote Passengers, Cargo
person shall in the meantime give notice ; ail.
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo Kitts, Sailing Friday 6th
sition of such registration, The trad
mark can be seen on application at my
office }

Dated the Bist day of Mareh, 1961.
H., WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Tyade Mavks.
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Pianoforte Lecture
RECITAL

MR. HENRY WILSON
Professor of the Royal
College of Music, London,
will give a Pianoforte
Lecture-Recital

at
THE BRITISH COUNCIL
“Wakefield,” White Park
©n Monday April 9th
at 8.30 p.m,
The Programme will
include;*
Three 16th Century Lute
Pieces—-RESPIGHI
Three 18th Century Pieces
Chromatic Fantasia and
Fugue—J, S. BACH
Sonata in D Major— Op. 10
No. 3—BEETHOVEN
La Soiree Dans Grenade,
Jardins Sous La Pluie

—DEBUSSY
All seats reserved. Tickets
($1.00 and 60c.) obtainable

in advance from the British
Council.





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Send 69 used Postage Stamps at once ‘



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Dated this 3ist day of March;
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

4.4.51-3n
ADVERTIS,
IN THE
WEEKLY ADVOCATE

1981.) padio 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 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 31st



day of March, 1951.

H, WILLIAMS



‘TAKE NOTICE
FRIGIDAIRE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, a corporation 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



organized



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 refrigerators;
parts thereof and. accessories, refrigerating machines and apparatus end 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,

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 registratione

‘The trade mark can be seen on application at my office,
Dated this 3ist day of Mareh, 1951,

+
2
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H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
44.51

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PAGE EIGHT



Briggs Wins All Events|

In Division Ilto Become

Victor Ludorum
Al Wesley Hall Boys’ Sports

.. SEYMOUR BRIGGS, 11, of

the Inte: mediate Division, was

Victor Ludorum of the Wesley Hall Boys’ School Athletic

Sports at Empire Club grou

nds yestercay.

Briggs totalled 25 points by winiting the long jump, 80
yards, 150 yards and high jump; that is, all the events for

his Division

Champion of Division I wv
Louis Chandler, 13
while V. Archer, 9, topped
Juniors with 13 point

House Aggrey was first with 52
points, closely followed by Carver
with.41 points. Briggs represent-
ed Carver

Parkinson was third with 33
points and Washington brought
up the rear, having got a meagre
18,

The pavilion and grounds were
crowded with parents and friends
and the day held very fair.

Mrs. Charles Springer distrib-
uted the prizes.

Following are the results:

1. LONG JUMP iGSeniors-—-12—14 yrs.)
—il) Bovelle, O. (C); Chandier, L

the





1A); (3) Holder, C. (A) Distance: 14 ft
9 ins

2 LONG JUMP (Intermediate—10—12
yrs 1) Briges, S.. «¢ (2) Briggs, E
¢W3; (3) Holder, N. (Wi. Length: 14 ft,
1 in

3. THROWING CRICKET BALL
(Seniors) 1) Brathwaite, C (P) «2)
Clarke, T (P); (3) Alleyne, P. (Wi
Distance: 67 yds. 1 ft

4. THROWING CRICKET BALL (In
termediate) -— (1) Brigas Ss ic ‘2
Clarke (W) Alleyne (W!. Distance
G2 yds. 1 ft

5.. 100 YARDS RACE /(Seniorsi—ii
Chandler (A); (2) Forde (B)}; (3) Clarks
(We. Time : 12 2/5 sec

6. HIGH JUMP (Juniors) 1) Arche
(A); (2) Chandler (Aj; (3) Fergusso:

(P}. Height: 3.10%

7. 80 YARDS RACE (Intermediate)
(1% Briggs (C); (2) Greenidge (A); (3)
Holder (W). Time: 10 secs

8. 80 YARDS RACE ‘Juniors)—fl)
Archer (A); (2) Chandler (Aj; (3)
Forde (P), Time: 11 secs

9. HIGH JUMP (Seniors)—-(1)
Jer (A); (2) Corbin {A}; (3) Smart (C)

10. 150 YARDS RACE (‘Juniors)—(1)
Forde (P); (2) Mreher (A); (3) Griffith
(A), Time: 212 secs

11, 150 YARDS RACE
i.. Briggs (C 2. Gre
Holder (W.) Time: 19 4/5 secs

12. 22 YARDS RACE ‘Senior 1
Cave (C); 2. Chandler iA
(C). Time: 29 3/5 sec

13. HIGH JUMP (Intermediate)
Briggs (Ch; (2) Holder (W)
(W). Height: 3 ft 11% ins

Chand

(Intermediate)
nidge (Ab 3



3. Cobharr

a)
and Alleyne

14, THREE-LEGGED RACE (Open)
41) Chandler and Forde; (2) Tudor and
Alleyne (3).

15. SACK RACE (Open)—itl) Forde;
(2) Clarke; (3) Trotman.

16, 440. YARDS INTER-HOUSF RE-
LAY RACE—i1l) Parkinson; (2) Carver;
{3)_ Washington

17) OLD BOYS’ RACE—(1) F. Harper;

(2) AIEEE, (3) Shields. 102 sees

18. VISITORS’ RACE—(1) H
and J, Rollins.

19. 4409 YARDS RACE (Open)—(1) C
Brathwaite (P); (2) Cobham (1) (3)
Skinner .(W)

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Savannah Club

Tennis Tournament

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
MIXED DOUBLES
Miss J. Wood and J. D, Trimingham
beat Mr. ond Mrs. F. D. Barnes 6—1
6—2.
MIXED DOUBLES (Handicap)
Miss D Wood and Dr, C. G, Manning

-40, lost to Miss Eileen Bowen and
J. W. MeKinstry—% 30, 8—G6, 4—6, 3-6.
TODAY'S FIXTURE
MEN'S DOUBLES (Finals)

Dr, C, G. Manning & E. P. Taylor v.

G. H Manning

WILKINSON
HONOURED

@ From Page 5.
everyone in the island.

He thought that the step that
Mr. Speaker had taken that night
was a very important one. It
showed co-operation and he
h6éped they would have more of
those little dinners in the future
beeause he believed it brought
théem.together more than going
ifit6.the “House of Assembly and
abusing each other

He said that both Mr, Adams
sand himself, although they had
differed on a few points, yet they
had listened to each other. He
was not-in the House for the sake

and P, M, G, Patterson.

of opposition, He was there for *
Barbados,
He thanked Mr. Speaker, Mr.

Adams and everyone for the way
they Had received him as guest
of honour and said that his only
regret was that he could not find
words sufficient to express his
appreciation.

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SESSIONS.-

@ From Page 5.

Sending the letter by post, he said,
was. sufficient evidence that the
letter had been sent. If Pattin
knew nothing about the matter,
why did he make a statement?

One of the two witnesses who
gave evidence yesterday before
the case ‘or the prosecytion was
closed was Sgt. William Philips
of the C.1.D. who tgld the Court
that on the night of January 27
when Puttin wag at the C.1.D.,
Inspector Franklyn drew Puttin’s

attention to the similarity of
writing on an envelope which

Puttin had admitted he had written
and that of the threatening letter.

Evidence Corroborated

Sgt. Phillips corroborated In-
spector Franklyn’s evidence about
the clapping on the back and say-
ing that Franklyn was a master.
Puttin said that he had only in-
tended it as a bluff to Birch. After
Puttin had been, charged, he was
cautioned before he was asked to
gzive a statement.

The other witness to. give evi-
dence was Cpl. Devonish. He
tcld the court how he and two
other policemen had waited on
Dayrells Road, had seen Birch
place the parcel beside the sign
post, and had seen two men Stop
near it. Subsequently one return-
ed and picking up the parcel,
placed it in his bosom, They
arrested Toppin, the man who had
picked up the parcel.

Devonish went on to tell how he
went to Puttin’s home after he
hac received other information
and how Puttin was asked to £0
to the C.1.D., though not under
arrest.



CLEANEST CITY

@ From Page 5.

again serve on’ the Finance Com-
mittee.

Mr. Mottley, Mr. Wilkinson,
Mr. Layne and Mr. Trevor Bow-
ring were appointed to serve on
the Scavenging Committee.

Mr. Toppin and Mr. Bowring
are new members of the Board
and were welcomed by the Chair-
man. They expressed thanks,

What’s on Today

Court of Grand Sessions—
10 a.m.

Court of Appeal and Lower
Courts—10 a.m,

Sale—one A-40 Austin car
(damaged in accident) at
the General Motor Bus
Co., Nelson Street—2 p.m,

Schools’ Musical Festival at
Combermere School — 3

p.m.

Monthly reunion of the Com-
bermere Old Boys’ Asso-
ciation—film show—-8 p.m.

CINEMAS

Empire: “Al About
pom “Christopher
8.80 pam,

Roxy : “A & © in Hollywood” and
“Crisis” 4.50 pom,

“Christopher Columbus” 8.30 p.m

Aquatic: “Come to the Stable”
5 & 8.0 p.m.

Viara (Bridgetown): “Pirates of

Capri’ 2.80, 4.15 & 8.30 p.m,



Eve” 2.30
Columbus”





The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.57 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
Moon (New): April 6
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 3.18 a.m.,
3.55 p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil
Total for month to yester-

day: .67 in.
Temperature (Max): 85.5° F
Temperature (Min): 70.6° F
Wind Direction; (9 a.m.)

E.S.E,, (8 p.m.) E.S8.E.

Wind Velocity: 7 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.014,

(3 p.m.) 29.923



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THEN THE BOCTOR



WO HANDS—hands of unexpected sensitiveness in these surroundings—reach down to an unconscious boxer.

They are fe hands of a doctor, the man they examined

is Lloyd Marshall.

For 10,000 people at Harringay (five guineas a seat for some) it was the climax to an astonishing evening.

Two British champions—middle-weight Randolph Turpin and cruiser-Weight Don Cockell—boxed a total of 83 seconds t i
@ » 7 al 5 OW th eir matches.
Out of those 83 seconds 20 were spent on the floor by the los , ‘in th

Turpin won’ the middle-weight championship of Europe from the Dutchman Luc Van Dam in 48 seconds (including the ten seconds

count,
Wh

sage ,of congratulation from the. Dutch people.

Thén ‘Mr. Wilmsen went to Van Datn's dressing room with a cOffin- shaped box of moré- Dutch’ flowers.

” ‘Turpin arrived back in his dressing room a Dutch boxing promoter Mr. Wilmsen, gave him a victor’s hoop of tulips and a mes-

Cockell sent Lloyd Marshall, coloured American conqueror of Freddie Mills aT in 25 s 5 h
bin SRGMMds GUE THRAA the tOTAL OT 2 seumnae ie Ss an ommy Fart, through the ropes in 25 seconds, and the

Marshall was brief about his eciipse. He said: “Cockell hit me with a right and ev

Churchwarden

Mr. W.R. Coward Re-elected

Of St. Joseph

MR. W. R. COWARD was re-elected Churchwarden of St.
Joseph for the ensuing year when the St. Joseph Vestry
met yesterday. Mr. Coward was not present at yesterday's

meeting as he is empanelled

The report of the Churchwarden
was read, There was some dis-
cussion by the Vestry as to
whether the minutes of the lasi

meeting should be read, The
Chairman, Rev, Mallalieu, said
that it was a legal meeting

and he saw no reason why the
minutés should not be read, Some
of the members argued for a time
but the matter was adjourned for
legal advice,

The Vestry appoitited Messrs,
C. Williams, A, Carter and G. R
Hutson as representatives on the
Board of Nomination for the
Parish Chureh and Messrs, E. H.
Farmer and A, Yearwood for St
Ann’s Church,

Poor Law Guardians are Mr.
W. Gooding and Mr, R, Lee, Com-
missionérs of Highways, Mr. A, P
Cox, Mr. C, Williams and Mr, G
Hutson, Commissioners of Health,
Mr. L, Smith, Mr. C. Williams,
Mr, A. Cox, Mr, W. R. Coward and
Mr, R. A. Lée,

The Tax Relief Committee will



Agreement

Reached

@ From Page 1

The terms allow workers to
receive $1.20 men and $1.00 wo-
men, raising them from 91 cents
and 76 cents respectively; an
éight hour day, and tasks set to
remain as before the _ strike;
workers ta receive the new wage
retrospective from January 1, for
all days actually employed. This
back pay ig to be paid on April 27.

Reference Board

There is also to be a Reference
Board composed of seven members
representing workers of seven
employers under the Chairmanship
of the Labour Officer and the
quorum would be three from each
side,

The Board is to meet quarterly
for ordinary meetings but a special
one may be called at the request
of any three members.

Labour delegates have given
the undertaking to do every-
thing in their power to make the
workers understand that they must

ive a fair day’s work for a fair

ay’s wage.

A gréat sense of relief was felt
throughout the community as an
outcome of these deliberations, and
though there is some reservation
on the back pay score because ot
the unnotified nature of the strike,
and the fact that some employers
suffered crop losses, it is generally
felt that the detvisions gave an op-
portunity to bridge the gulf cre-
ated between employer and work-
er, and restore the atmosphere of
understanding and goodwill, essén-
.tial to the prospertiy of the island.

| #

Jimmy I Hath.



as a juror.

consist of Mr, W, R. Coward, Mr
W. T. Gooding, Mr, A. P, Cox and
Mr, J. A, Haynes.

Loan Approved

After receiving the Assessment
Roll, the Vestry agreed to a loan
of £2,400 to be repaid in 15 years’
for the purpose of erecting three
latrines and baths in the parish,

This motion wus moved by Mr.
L. Smith who said that it was the
duty of the Vestry to get the sani-
tary conditions at the very best
He said it was a matter that the]
Vestry had been dealing with for|
some years, They know that the
health of the country depends oat
proper sanitation. |

The Vestry carried a move six
to three when they considered al
letter received from the Colonial
Secretary with regards to allow-
ing Sanitary Inspectors assist in
the registration of voters under the
new Act, It was decided to permit

the inspectors to assist provided
that they did not do it in the
parish’s time,

Those present at th meeting were:-

Rev, Mallalieu (Chaitman) Messrs. A. P.
Cox, C. Williams, W. T. Gooding, H. A.
Carter, L. Smith, L. L. Gill, J A. Haynes
a. A. Lee and G. R. Hutson








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CONCERT

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P.UiE FOI'R BARBADOS ADVOCATC rKIIIAY. AMtll. 6. i,i —•—%  r 1 .>nisoi.\ Mudlark *•"*.* Ptintd by UM Ad.^.u Co. Lid. io*J Si. Bi,tlrC..ii Friday, April I, 1931 u llll.lt ICO ills DESPITE ih.widening of mom RMdi within (he las! f be done. There are several danjvn >u corners and bendi In the roftdi which over a period of years the Director of Highways and Transport has been endMrVOturing to But there arc many obstiicles to improvement. In some instances, and these have been [•W, owners have objected to the removal of walls or the givim* up of a few square feet of land. In such cases work has been left over because of the pressing necessity of other work! ol improvement. In St Michael itself there has btvn the widen in t; of the Welches Road Corner, the widening of Culloden Koad and the removal of the blind corner at Collymnre Hock corner and more recently in Christ Church the bends at St. Lawrence near Top Rock have been removed and the road widened. These arc 'inly a few of many instances in which money for improvements has been spent. But much more is needed. Along the highway faaadtng from bia^ie Hall to &pefghtstOWn there anno less than twenty bends which might be widened with great advantage to pedestrians and motorists alike. And other instances will spring to the minds of readers acquainted with other roads in the island. It would lie in the Interest of the island as a whole it in the districts where the Department is willing to effect euch improvements, there was greater pQblic co-operalion. It is not merely for the benefit of the road user but of the property owner himself when the improvements to the highway lead to an improved value of the property in the district. Hy Siilii. ItoiMu THE tea .,t .nud wfUctl h. rlv million ixMinds to the hill for the Festival ClarSeni il BatU rata .r 1.. urnqucrrd. Onea H mverins half U> li bowd down tiidispirits* ana) "i I.TOO worto tfOj %  building coult bo Ilntohrtl And H almosi drowned Mr Morrison's hope* that Britain city of fantasy and fun would But now only two acre <>f mui' Linain. Road tanker* were kep* gome day and niKht d. -' %  rain and niekans up lakai ofl Wads atnau or tUta* I Um Ion tiouMM were hurled Into the oracB as nvc-fnot deep r'bk Owi'time rales fend bonusc* which have shot up tho vtrkmen's wages lo an average il tlO f >r a seven-day week DBBOM UBS ataSi k It is conflluCnl over Easter so that all %  aatht nay In the naxi %  I F-.i onlj Bve weeks remain -fui-the opening on May S, and ilill not one building is ready Photo linish Festival chiefs say it will be a photo finish—givvn reasonable weather, more night gam:*. trudv Mi-ments to worn lontter overtime, and a good bj the men for a final sustained %  .purt that may net them up to OB -. week. Yet n Li -till depre w i ng to l">i> the site as 1 did in gum boots Tiny have Ix-on BotUMfctrtn there since last March, but the general Unpraaaloil iieisisu* of Foraata Ol watTolding, thousands of Hnopaned drun "f aaUtt, di* conyaMtad pip**, endless (enloons of soaladup wire leading nowhere and tea drinking Irian laa i TODAY ON MAY 3 > %  i*. iiroinmiltet'' woni in i nunn: LAST night members of the House of Assembly held a dinner at the Assembly Rooms in honour of Mr. J. 11. Wilkinson. O.B.E., Leader of the Opposition who has served continuously as a member of the House for 20 years. Twenty years as a servant ol the public is a record of which any Barbadian could reasonably be proud, but in the case of Mr. Wilkinson, an Englishman who threw in his lot with the people of this island and has shared in their joys and sorrows, their misfortunes and their successes it is an achievement all the more worthy of praise. Mr. Wilkinson was first elected member for St. James succeeding the late C. B. Austin and has given unbroken service in the House of Assembly since He bus also served as a member ol the Vestries of St. Michael and of St. James and he is still an active member of the Vestry of St. James. On other boards appointed by the Legislature he has given distinguished service and he will be remembered as the last Chairman of the Central Road Hoard before it was superseded by a Government Department. As a practical man of business Mr. Wilpresenoa In the House ol Assembly is fortunate for an island where politicians to-day are not genenUy chosen for this quality. But Mr. Wilkinson is more than a businessman tlont. Hi*. wide and varied inlerests have brought him Into contact With all classes end fat fe a gentleman, skilled in courtesy The members of the House whether of the Government or the Opposition are his colleagues and so grSSft is the affection for him among members of that body that he is rightly regarded as the Father of the House. In Hie centre is u hi* occupied by tha comftltttd ofl as. shop %  taB/anfe, Among than) are those who have wtdcrvd the petty i strikes and restricted the amount of ovcil.n,.1 U was the shop stewards who 1 tniigtad I party of Soviet women i ovar the site and presented them u IUI a l>ouquet. But Mr. Morrison con take taaafl Hundreds mON pSOpIS turn i M'fabrtcated his dreamland n Uirm.-ands of MXlions away fi an the mud. Skeleton frames can be clad overnight to form gay towers and and palaces. (Jut of his mudlark that has .•ketcd in cost from the Original (770.0011 (estimated. lOM £100.0001 to £2,500.000 (estimated loss f 1.500.0001 will come'six months of pleasure for Londoner) Not far B*ra* tlSBJ have incried the last atttehas in uia liiKe*t tent m the World.— U\* rust and canary yellow 60ft high "lampshade" to u alon of the open air dance floor The 37,000 tulips are planted ami -|.^i rows air airead) neauna in the ornamental trees. Sideshows A hundred of Britain's most expert showmen are staiuluiK bv with their 130 SKI.--1I.VA and rides, two imported on special licence from America, one fiom Germany. Every novelty is at hand, even a hying saucer, to delight the funseeker—every novelty, that is. eacapt a Fat Lady IIiK llerta from Bwltatrland, who weighs 42st. 61bs oftored to come over, but Festival Oat dens Ltd. said "No. She wouldn't last on our rations." Taxpayers may get some of their money back at the candvitriped booths—all the pr res must be of "good design" and "no copper watches passed on* as gold timepiri-v. the head designer, Iniainieflin the dream as it takes shape aroum him: — "We are creating a picturcsiiue eily ol beauty and gaiety whir). will make people believe they ai> in another Stale — not Rr.tain. certainly not liattersea. not an> place they can think of. "It will be a three-dimensional stage In which ordinary people will walk and live. "One piazra. for instance, will be the market square i>f ,. fain town The boating pool will i* like an old English harbour 'Nell (iwynns' "One of the beer gardens will be nostalgically Edwardian. Then are avenues of shops shaped llkt %  n it only in a struggle f>r polltleBj emancipation, Inn BlsO, l. %  :. If. Timoll.. he said in an urge for more complete expression in the different BaldS Qt culture, A tragedy common to the Colonies today was that only a negligible percentage of Colonial political leaders had been, simultaneously, pioneers In the Held of cultural ... -iv ItM When 1 asked what other factors besides jiarcntal coercion and the desire to become a prof as a l onal man (because of the status it confers) had contributed to the small numlier of Colonials pursuing artistic vocations. Moody renOed "Ufa (or an artist or writer hi financially precarious and, for a beginner, hazardous in the extreme. To be an artist requires discipline, and n disciplined life is not one which appeals to a good number of Colom.ilThe over riding factor" he %  dded. is that colonial painters, Sculptor*, musician! and writers have an unpredictable future In t %  i* '•.!. ni's t %  li et|in lit 1 v. -ii" of those who have been to Eurcpenn countries prefer to make their homes there. Thev may not be a unanrial success there, but if their work shows merit, they are at least; accorded rime recognition which is absent In Colonial societies." Emphasising the irnrortanee of cultural activity in any society. Dr. T. O. Ellas, a Colonial lecturer in the law at the University college. London, declared that there MUST be great artists. writers, musicians and scientists In the Colonies. "There is little doubt," added Dr. Ellas, "that much of the present IfilalSS 'hi young** generation of Colonials Is due to a neglect of the emotional and aesthetic side of then life." Cultural activities afTcclIng Col calall forge ahead, however. Recently In London, Miss Beryl McBurnM, a Trlnidadlsn. delivered an illustrated lecture oh the raklora and pence of the Wet IndiM." This month the West African Writers, and Artists, Club depict aspects of West African culture at an Inaugural meeting in London. i friends and cultural or ganisatlons in Britain have shown great interest in the cultura' development of the Colonies aim the cultural activities of Colonials la Britain. Colonial artists also warm reception In IhU country It is not unlikely, therefere, that r.s Colonials return U their own country, the cultural influence and life enjoyed in Britain may move them to Influence their own -societies. And When that happen*. the status of Colonial artists ant. writers will. I feel sure, improve OIK III IIM MS SAXt XOT A III \A THE total area of Borbadoi Is s.iid to bo 106,470 acres. It is estimated th;t 94.34(1 re agricultural land. According to the Department of Bclnnce* and Agricultrc Bulletin No. II of Octobers 1M7. peasant holdings were 30.752 comprising an estimated area of 17.283 acres. In addition 12.124 acres are available for rock out-crops, coast-land urban areas a.nd purely residential properties. Why then does the Department of Agriculture maintain such a low st former Sooctary of the B A.F.A to drag ma a IB l into the issue, teeausc 1 said that M t: K Wakott, former President of the 11 A.f.A. never at tended a meetii.g of the Association or Uie Council for IBM years, and made a motion that Major A H Foster. M BE be ['resident; I must let Mr Shannon and the public I now that I regard the Office of thi PreCKlenl "t the B A I \ u -that the holder %  i atarei;. not only In giving sdt tee behind the screen, 1 id at least ;illciidu:g a mc of the meetlnf) to heat the viev %  U %  irtentbsi 1 pointed out that Sir Allan Collymore is the Ihesidcnl of the Barbndos Cricket Association and Ctuef Justice of this Island, and he finds time to attend the mecv tnp of the B C A. Moreover. I stated that if Mr Walcott could l>e made a Patron i>i Bonorary member. I had no ob)eetton 1 am a democrat and btUeva In diiiioeratic institutions not afraid to express mv fgtfjfltl oi. any matter. Irrespective of the pison or persons It offends. Yours faithfully, F 1. WAU'OTT st Michael, April S, 1951. Drainrif T. The POtt." SIR.— I road with interest and respect II C. Seuly's lettci appen-iiig In your paiK'i Frtdai March 16th. and I am herewith BtVhal you further proof of his charge against the Government and in m> ceSS the past OOVSen well, of their utter indinYiom ,• to the question ol drainage. When Mr. Scott-Bushe wa: Engineer of the Central Itoad BMrd. he changed the levels ol M.. Street betwaon the Esplana-h and Chelsea Road—I pi drew his .if.enllon to '' in an Interview I had w th hin on the spo ompaniii bs MJ Uanums who 'i 'till n the staff of Department of High .4 Transport. Soon altar Ml Skinner wa, appointed rain fell for I hou betwee n 3 and t p.m —the rend —SHOT HAU. LANDS WKItfc FLOODED Mr. Skinner was informed—he very kindly v .dec i gnd taw for hltnasU— again he was accompanied by thi asmg Mr Edwards Again in 1949 this area was flooded The Director of Medical Set vices has visited and inspecteu this site and even the Ag. GovernorMr. lvronne. The D.MS. stated you have a moral case, and the Ag Governor thought the drainage should be changed—but %  rnor in Executive Com• vided In its gnrat "Wisdom" to do Nothing. Absolutely noth'ng. \ ;s faithfullv R ARCHER McKENZIE 5.4.51. By GIT! BDBM fffahnssal l-ditor of Sat "Dil> Ixpre*** London) TOE la' % %  n an ki g elct tion* in I whether to Parliament or to l'cal povernment I rigidly applied, Even the most i.'chnieal and inadvertent breach of the strict i ules laid dtm n I : I'*e conduct of will lead to M turn, and possibly the linsaating ol , i.ndidate who has won by what are adjudged to be illegal methods. A Member nf Parliament, for instance, may be deprived of his seat in the House of Commons fot even a technical breach of the law by someo.ie who has been, technically, acting for him. This severe insistence on strict adherence to tha law finds general support among all parties, fur its aim is to ensure that there is nothing approaching corruption or unfairness in the election of the nation's gov.Tiling bodies. The law as it now stands in Britain— it is among the most rigid in the world—has grown up over the centuries and is the result of long experience in tha practice of democracy. It is also the re:;ult of long experience bj the action which <*vr-enthusmslic supporters of a political cause are liable to take in support of their candidate. THE SECRET BALLOT So secret is the modern voting system that it is virtually impossible for anyone to know how any voter has cast his vote. Everyone concerned with the conduct of the poll is sworn to secrecy, with heuvy penalties, including imprisonment, for any breach of trust. Candidates themselves, and their agents, are forbidden to take any part in the registering of votes which is entirely conducted by the "returning officer". This official is usually thf Mayor or other civic official in the constituency concerned, and he receives a direct communication from the Parliamentary authorities ordering him to supervise the election of a Member of Parliament From the moment he receives such an instruction, the returning officer is in command, and he has to see that all the requirements ol Ihe law are complied with. It is his task to receive the "nominations" of candidates. These are handed in at stated times giving the full names and professions or occupations of the candidates and the names of their nominators, who must be local residents and electors, although the candidate need not be. With each nomination, the nominators must hand in. in cash, the sum of £ 150, which is forfeited if the candidate fails to poll fewer than one-eighth of the total votes cast in the election. This is intended to discourage Hippant nominations and the system has general support among all parties, it is not tended to discourage minority opinion, and. in the opinion of mosl, does not have thi effect, since (so it is argued) it must be a very minority opinion which cannot muster oneeighth of the votes cast! GOES TO NATIONAL FUNDS If u is forleited. the money goes to thi national funds, and thus, indirectly, helps to pay for Ihe election. If it is not forfeited, the money is handed back soon after the declaration of the election result. Once the period allowed for nominationshas been closed, it is not possible for a candidate to withdraw, and, if he does not pursue his campaign and, as a result, fails to win one-eighth of the votes, his £150 ir forfeited. There are strict limits on the amount ol money a candidate may spend in his election campaign—roughly £750 in an ordinary town constituency. It is laid down by law precisely how much may be spent, and th< (lightest excess has to be accounted for. The amount allowed is related to the astbnatad expense involved in ensuring thai the electors are given sufficient information on which to form an opinion. Thus, in scattied areas, a little more is allowed than in the more compact towns. This is because of the greater distances lo be covered by candidates and speakers, and is intended to meet the extra cost of travel. from the moment the contest begins, all momy sp.-nt to promote a candidature begimto ''count"—whether the candidate authorises it or not. Even the general literature issued from party headquarters, designed to promote the interesis of the paity as a whole counts proportionately against each candidate's expenditure. Over-enthusiastic supporters arc deterred from over-spending by the knowledge that their actions may not on!y lost their candidate his scat in Parliament, but th< right to stand again for election lor a periorj of ptfers. This..again, has general approval > % %  m ias it is. for it is aimed at keeping elec tnrai contests "clean" arid above reproach Any form of bribery is as strictly forbiddenThe buying of a single meal tfi drink for t prospective voter might cost a Member otParliament his seat. And, h*re again, iht actions oi his supporters are, in the eves o the law, his own actions, bringing th#* severvs ; ft-.. I'II s The whole aim of the law, inflation tc elections, is to eliminate any suggestion o unfair methods or of buying the support


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FRIDAY APRIL , 1151 BARBADOS ADVOCATE FAGS THREE 1 FITNESS FOR PARLIAMENTARIANS issued by the (.,.*<*< ~jS Central Office >. %  • LiMhtftiNg UP for movli| KM i-s Id MJ . fu. ,.,..'.,,„„ 'frrayei RHYTHMIC (JARgLINQ . lor Ik**., ./ Order l N AKMI 0 COMBAT |-rj.-|u. I . fur ..,„<, la itw luMtv PErJPBKFArHIN\, BY Nl/MBFRS . /or U.f.,,, < %  %  ;-• • CeJes. i Dtton .rsgrea. Ben Churchwarden Reports u.s. National output Dumping Area Annoys r In 1950 Reached 1* O / On St. Michael's Parish 28o,ooo,oo,ooo Residents At Hindsbury In his report to the Chairman me 10 report lh.1 a (ale a! hi. Th „ ^^I^IP!!LS; C I1 and members of St. Michaels chapel needed a h.nge. ,a?ffi "rnflll ^ w32 %H vesuy daled 27th March Mr I'Silnk the Veatry should revert {J^S ^"oW ml^T B.uee Wea.herhead save details to . old practice of livin. JSo'.ooO.OOO.OOO in i50. accord...,: inurcnCranls-ln-Aid to the chapels and a U.S. Commerce Department allowing them to have the work report St. Michael, he said, can now *• '" * latiifaclion of In. boat! of possessing one of the best Churchwarden as formerly, equipped iaundriaa in the Island n, OaflMgnt The Vestry i required by law. to provid everything necessary f*>r t h i maintenance of the Cathedral an. rest oj fuel to say nothing of "he *" '>>e required repairs hove been jogs of i.bour'and'properiy erlsUa advantages of cleanliness elflcarried out. from current production. liacressed elenev etc %  ui ..__.. from $217.000.000.000 In 1949 to 1 .m .waiting • Report by ||M.OOO.OOO.OOO in 1BS0. Uvy & ConneU oa the ToUi individual earnings in thhis second lent) arden. at iU Almshouse. The new Gas Cookers have been installed, in the kitchen end will, no doubt. effect saving in the The old dynamo for driving tha The Department attribute* thl increase chiefly to healthy inhm,,, growth that was in progress bcfoic the Communist aggression began in Korea The national income, which measures output in term* of earnA ate. mill, has ram more than 35 years service and it was necessary to purchase a new one. Provision will have to be mads this year for |U Installation. Nightingale Memorial Home. The number of children in resilience at the Home is now thirtynine. out after gutters of the Cathedral, some of United State? which may need to be replaced nted to $223 OOO.OOO.OOO in 1BS0 compared .... Tor>. . -„*M.t>00.000.000 in IB4S Employed :?!*. Tf.'V i accordance person* earned $162 OOO^Ht.oiin ui with th. Vestr* s mnrucUons. purt im "prMMlIn, an $11,500,000of the money put on the Estimates. m fi*Z£ the 1949 figure:. with a view to renting a smaller residence for tha Dean, has beei spent to carry out urgent repair to the Deanery, but a lot remain The only unpleasant incident of to be done If Oils residence is t< the year with respect to SUIT, be made really habitable. took place here, resulting in the resignation or dismissal of three 8. VWBTS an* St agattkewi .. employees. However, everything Repairs have been done to the Consumer expenditure* in 1943 seems to be working quite well Vicarages attached to these amounted to $179,000,000,000. again. The Matron continues to Chapels as provided for in the Domestic investments by Amen maintain a very high standard .Estimates but. as a result or roncans totalled $49,000,000,000 HI and the children are happy and fllctlng reports by the Building* 1950. The figure for 1949 was well. Supervisor and Contractors wh. $$1,000,000,000 ,...—„,,_ were invited to do repairs to the Manufacturing companies earned It is obvious, said Mr. WeatherJQOfa of gj chflpe |s, I considered I7J.5O0.00O.000 in 1950. a 15-per head, that an extension of the ft advJsabIe to ODlaln a p ropci cent gain over 1949 The Mrnioga survey of each roof. This was * nuning, contract construction. Americans spent tl9l.O0O.0ii0. 000 in 1950 for such consume. goods as food, clothing, cars, and household appliances. This sum also includes expenditures for such services as transportation, household operations, and recreation Tried To Bum U.S. Flag: Amatod BUENOS AIRES, April 4 I'llue arrested a !$ %  Polish student when m ullvinpt MR. Ci. H EDWARDS, a r .dent of Hnuls'jury Road. toKl MI mad, b bur the United the Advucatv y.-slerday oi .he nuisance of tnoka on big g*JJ *•*} '"jgjj! Sirn^ueSI remises coming from the di inping area aback of his house '' [c also said that dead animal, arc thrown on this land ;n,d the dogs drag them on to hig* premises. When this happens, as it often docs, the stench is almost unbearable. The dumping area Is thai now Senator w aids Spain ** %  mm up for the cantngtao'i i Man r. r VlllaK l>la>,, [ nM Mr. Edwards has no grouse WASHINGTON. April 4 about the purpose intended, he The United States Senate voted thinks, however, that some other 48 to 41 todsy in favour of invltmethod than the burning of th. ,,,„,„, dig Western Germany and Spain stuff could be employed so as into the North Atlantic defence n. t to inconvenience the resident* programme n the immediate vtcjfdt] Senator Joseph McCarthy sue. cceded in addii* this to the troops Ha said that whenever the stun tor Eurupe resolution against the i> caught afire, it burns for a -wishes of the Administration. The ,DI1 PC" buts of the military and affairs, for sometime* < other resources of Western Ger almost become s many and Spain and not excluding 'any other nation" from contribution to European defence —Reuter It ilata Killed fbvr Home is an urgent necessity and the Board instructed the Building Supervisor to prepare a plan foJ J 0 "* ^. M re commend ^'hafboth %  companies' "increased more CunninghamJdenUlJed the fa intending the top floor and pro**": wni vidlng a proper kitchen on the roofs be replaced. Their report U northern side of the building. The %  l. r ?dy '" *** hnds of the Vestr> present kitchen is below the level Cl* and the Vestry will have to or (he yard and creates problems decide whether it is their rewlth respect to dramsgr. sBonsibility to replace the roofs of "The Vestry will >ecall that these chapels the Central Government was _. __ __ _. asked for assistance to extend the %  *• %  Mary'* Chapel. The neces Home but replied that this would "nr repairs have been done and be a very low priority on their a saving effected. The windowprogrommc. I suggest therefore. a the Vicarage have bssm replaced that the money donated by the but provision will have to be Una Dr. W 11. Nightingale and made In the new Estimates for which Is still In the Bank, be used painting. for this purpose at the earliest w Barnaea* Chapel. The opportunity. fr.' "" m ,, ^^"' %  boundary wall, enclosing t h e Outdoor Relief. During the year grounds of the chapel has been the Outdoor Department for completed at a cost of slightly Medical Relief was removed from more than the amount provided the Almshouse to the Parochial b) the Estimates. Buildings and the Indications are that the change was fully justified. St. Ambrose Chapel. The work Not only ore persons attended at this chapel was done and a disto daily at the Clinic, instead of pute between th* Buildings Super, twice each week as formerly at visor and the Contractor on the the Almshouse, but there has been matter of "extras" was referred tc an appreciable increase in the the Vestry. On the instruct ionnumber of persons attending the el the Vestry, I engaged Clink, and Saturday mornings are service, pi Mr. AsV Fi fun As regards the dead animals. In order to get some relief fron the smells at times, he had to ge< a hole dun to bury what was left by the dogs So annoyed wiu his mother, he said, that she had CONWAY. Mo April 4 often declared her wish l leave A 2S-year-old farmer today adthe place Housesi were difficult to milled pumping a volley of shots %  **. however, and this had caused .._ through a farmhouse window and mem n slay. communications, and public uttlihilling four persons Sheriff E. I Cunningham idenUued the farmer Mr. Edwards said. "I ihmk it iea Kenneth Essery who lives near possible that the playing field can the scene of the slayings, and said be built up with marl and mnul.i he verbally admitted th* shooting* which are sometimes even given which occurred last nlgnt about away. In that case there could u /our miles southeast of here in no Inconvenience t anyone Ozark hills in southern Missouri. Four persons who responded to He staled that at one time *ie a call for aid from the iarm family had complained lo the Saniutioi ..i-o were ilred on. One of the Deportment and a stop was pu four was wounded. to the burning of the stuff fu. Prosecuting Attorney John a long time He thought there Hosmer Naid Easery declined to fore that he hod %  %  %  lvs the reason for the shootings. II, but to his surpr-se It wa No charges have been filed. —C P. started again yesterdaj than 10 per cent In 1950, and all private non-farm Industriere corded a 5-to_7 per cent gain Agriculture was the only major industry in which income did not gain in 1950 Hcduced crop production was the chief factor for the decrease from $17,400,000,000 in 1949 to $17,000,000,000 in 1950 NEW TAX JOHANNESBURG Tall dogs are to be taxed in Natal. Owners of those more than 15 inches high at the shoulder. living in sheep breeding areas. are to pay C5 a year. Tnis ends a five-year search for the legal definition of a dog which cn kill sheep. specially devoted to children when Contractor—to value the work ami the District ^ Nurses render very h* reported in favour of the Conaluable assistance. COAL PRICES UP PARIS. April 4 France is lo raise coal price* at he pithead by an average of 13 the per cent., it was learned herp toaiin— day from the French Coal Board. —Reuter tractor. of Tickets issued M Stephen's >H g t Leonard's Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay ln.rlli.1 Y,< si. ig %  HMI..-. M The numbe for Outdoor Medical attention for Tne rep lri to these ehupe|s were the period 25th December 1950 to i& eurrled out 24th March 1951, was 1.6)8 as *••"*• $>* %  %  compared with 512 for the correGrente-ko-Aid. The Grants in u.v MgeasU | sponding period of the previous respect of the Moravian Chapel, fkti AO-IUI.. s^h M.,r, Rear > %  •". James Street Weeleyan Chapel and {j^ £"3,2. ^£%j££L Sf" It is also proposed to remove the "inveresk" Mission House were DOIIK. He*TgnasiiiK. sch i.Ceia Dispensary from the Almshouse to seent satisfactorily 1 regret. fi> wondrrhiir< the Parochial Buildings and however, to report that the S*%J"; SfAJ^'"! already a room adjoining the 4roounlj provided by the Vestry in uiuj r. M v T.d jo. Clinic, has been converted for this rwpet t ofBethel Methodwt Chapel W"""''*'.. *. &m a-rt: WSL |S a%vtsg Weekly Pension Li.l, there are ,h# ranl "* requested. no ,"' ? 32 / . k „ ee'e lark. All the necewory It is hoped that the provisions „„,,„ hav been c rr |ed ou i but r.I.ree-ndl^mlend To"reftve tfimS! ^V**. For Your VACATION Needs SPORTS WEAR for LADIES and CHILDREN Slc.jrt8,Shorts,Blouses, Ladles' Sun Dresaea.Girls' Play Suits, Bathing Suits.Slack Suits, Beaoh Coats and Canvas Sport Shoes. THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Broad Street. Aires last night, according :IUL.I steteenent issued ti>-day The incident occurred "hen ; group described M O .staged .i noisy den i 'i-tratlon out side BVMOII. in which Hie Embassv has di %  They were denouni HIK the Intel Ainericun I ler.' eenrm going on HI v\ ton. The Feet, law Minscl, ami arrested when in pole and tried to fire il nforcements were called arisen >f Ins coUeagajeg tried to ni and i"" .\i jn-titii.. %  rreeted before order was i stored, the statement said. Iteuter. (H'oSFa iQPKYOUR HAIR TONICi Dispen n. The Srh Tuiile D-.v ARRIVAla S.S. Ben). 1.113 UMM i I.. Almshouse are in slx-loel seems to be the most sought after. l#nB t h)l resulting In considerable MiilbiTiy Hill. HO I Cap* Campbvll. fiu london M S niudfiil. *.M1 ton' in PrtiiMimn. (or Tilriid.nl RS. Bmin>. I1M ln. n* |o PrdrrwR. tor Tnnldsil The Food centre continues £,££/ du e "'to Vxpens'ion" "inu to ^^.y^^ contr.cf.on. This is Se. o. In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station tvant it and the average dally number receiving this torm of relief for the year was lag. Gas Cookers have also been installed in the kitchen at Queen's Park for the use of the Centre and n)ent the Superintendent reports a great "'' both In cost L'.blr Bin) wiivlou iWW lum> "IM advue U.al Ui> %  %  •-> n-inlolcste with tlM followlna MilIM Ihtuualt Itwir rnt aullon r— •II Cavitia. t* Ooint M S CanaSion Curull-Clnl. SS WuU Cr*.. S S Sp*>.. bplorer, 8S Al..-. P-n. S AkxHi Psirloi S S lln.ma. l .,M..*. 1 itHirnriHiM. US ibcrrv mil S S Beech inn. sa uml have only been just received. It Serena. w.ncj*.i as %• Bnd was ru* powdble. therefore to have 9~ !" SSSSW fJXt 2 i Il used this done during the year. The ^oiakuta. ss Atiaiuir ManiM. much worry and expense aim needs constant attention. Playing Flelas. The funds re~ quested from the Central Governcudu the enclosure of the wt Alice" Playingfield 11 ,: r t A ALI OVIR 1 111 WORM) Good moriiim>s bcuin with (iillcttc Sheiks of Arab) loudly praise I In lintM of .ill NIUMII-'. v>a\s, The sharpest edge the wtirld has met On the famous blade ealletl Blue ( %  Hlette. Kcenuitietl son* of the dsMrtt UM up-io-tl-iie men the u.-rld OIV, cmo\ thg -.imcd.Mn. c.i>>.ci. 1 tiiomicjl sluvc. They know no hl.iuV has so keen .in edge or lasts so long ai Blue QiUetls. *. 30^ Blue Gillette Blades SE SURE OF vV )i (he raithful use of DM FA At I hti of the Hi nil Mid Play safe be preparci, for your romantic moment. i.el ii li* i i IlKKAM T>I1.KT HOAP. faithfully in your shower and at the weeh ha: in for a suft^nu-oth %  ar skin, radiant with nalurfil OKI-AM Is avnilable at toilet gootti ters throughout the Island. Wliiiiivii'Ktii: '^w.-A',;:*. % CK;;5cm;*;;:-45>ii^4i:''^;iss: • ie practice for the various bush was cleared and grass plan:ij^;," J t B 'w r *' Committew to submit to ed, the roof of the pavilion had j.,^ s s c-..n.u % s at ord by m pro vi efflcency. Repairs le Chasels tie to be the Church Comm the Vestry each year, an account to be repaired with plastic due to Ca-bUnrs, s .f ihe repairs which it was necesleaks from several cracks la the snry to carry out to their rhapeb ruberoid roofing. During recent logether with ao estimate of the rains more leaks have appenrc.1 cost and a request for assistance, and provision for further repairs The Vestry then provided a will have to be made in the near portion of the money as a Grantfuture. tn-Aid In accordance with the The recommended site Vestries Act and the Church ComWelches has been purchased rmitec provided the remainder of Government, and negotiations arc the money and had the work done presently proceeding sor the pu, The Vestry grant was paid o-r chase of toe Friendship site, when the Churchwarden wa< l>glal||l.e During the year, satisfied that the work was comthe Legislature passed Bills to plete. consolidate the salaries of the In recent years, however., the Parochial Treasurer, the ChurchVestry seems to have taken full warden's Clerk and the Clerk U responsibility for the repair and the Board of Guardians. legistsmaintenance of all the chapelt tiv sanction was also obtained l 1)0 pm on the SSA April 1SS1 MAILS fat St Lucia by Ihr etch serrxR-wte. s -.u b cioaea ai n Oanrral Pr.it OnV aa under: • Paical. itcfi-lrrrO arsd Orrtltntv Man at SSI pm on Ih* OUt April, ltd. MAIIA lot BrlUih Ouiana Uv IM * %  > r-HIIJP M DAVIQgON' will b* cloarS M ke Cr.al Paat OWW ai undri — Paicrl RagUlme ami OrSau'i Main •I 130 pit. o th* SO. Alll 1MI. Rates of Exchange APIMI. S. I"' (ANAPA Ch-OllH Sat .. Dprnanrl bndu sight i> %  Cal>l* Curroney Couponi tSm t 1 !•' saei'i B Wni. FOGARTY LTD. IT'S TIME FOR .. PRINTS The bat Tonic tor your Wardrobe is ihe most exciiirjq Punt you con Had. Httt are some co/our/ul. budqtt-piictd Prints .. 36 Inch SISTER SUE '500 piece*) al 76c. per yard 36 Inch HONEYDEW C 250 pieces) al 80c. per yard 36 Inch AMERICAN PRINT (400 pieces'! al 72c. per yard 29 Inch FANCY PRINT ( 500 pieces ) al 55c. per yd 27 Inch PEEKABOO (400 pieces; al 52c. per yd. e CALL AT . FOGARTYS And you'll find yours*!* saying PAUUA QhatimJiu}! .'w.w.vxK.v.v.wv.v.w.-wxw.'.-,w;'.v.-.-,v. 1 1.1 I-II Huh// is %*#••/ IIh i-it ht> bri'*iIts il pi II 11' ... but Imbii's run ni>r*>r hi'i'iik ... ENAMEL WARE II <• nvir utlvr ... SAUCE PANS—All Sires ROWI.S — KKTTI.KS — corrse POTS rtiATSS DKINKINr. CUPS TEA POTS MII.K JUGS I1ASINS UKKAKI AST < AKKIKKS — COU.ANDERS ( II AMBERS, BtC. The CORNER STORE



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ESTABLISHED 1895 20 YEARS A LEGISLATOR Mr J || Wilkinson M C P lu served for tv.-ntT >nn as a member %  i Hi.' II ,, n r \...-mills • March H:i-\l,i.|, 1951) II.. Honour Mr K N. i: Husbands. Speaker of the How uf Assemble, gave 4 IIIIII.IT in iiiiIiini'1 Room or the HDUV of Aw.en.bh 1U night ,a mark or appre 1 nil..11 of lh>, public • r \„ r John Null. Milkinsoi '"M to Barbados in 1'i.tn t, ie>.idr nermii.rntl> hut Inlud MM ~rrtj| fWM be t.re Hut rime H' beeami ;t member of MLI|..ir of V—rml-l. in Murrh I Ml and previous 10 iluhe had Iwlee tried , i membri of lb*I -i-i-l itlvi .1, 1.1I Hi WHM 011 Ihf Fx relieve < -.1r1m.11 % % %  *% well a-i iii>l vruiini1 nun. .1 hoi rrslmed on the Introduction *f the Bo* he enrrtment In I'arlv I .!•• %  i\ n"'i|l | 0 I, inlr*der e.1 Ihf • 1 %  !>--•%  i %  Ki |'r.v Mr \\ ilku son his had Ihr H'dinr-iion of wnlnt under five Speaker* of ihr 11. HI nt latrmbl] —sir I 1 i-iln nk H."i Sir Harold Austin. Mr Douglas I'd.Mr. O B. 1 it hn and now Mr K N R Mi/ h. in Is He was ai one tune a member of the St Mt. h.irl Vemtry hul In is no lonarr a member of thai body Hr Is a member of the Vertry or St James A kern businessman. Mr Wilkinson baa intereati in Hi.firm* or Uilktrwon & llaynr* Co. Ltd C S. PKch er Co. Ltd Reel Manure Worka. Knights Ltd Advocat* Co Ltd 1 I-1, Oarare Lid Iluring Ihr 1939—1945 Mi vrd sar year. \\ iiu m=11 ni'-atnnrr nf Rationing (i-sitlii formerly ( hairman of thr Central Road Board, now %  up'-' -ri.1 h* thr Drparl mrnt of Highwayand Transport A keen yachtsman Mr Wllklnton ha* hMn assort ated with thr activities of thr Royal Barbados Varht Club for manr year* and h-i owned and raeed boat* tn Ihr regatta* *lared under *b nu-nlrr* o ISRoval Bar hadwi Yaeht Cluh Cane Sugar Expected -Pwn Um Own t'onrutondtnt' LONDON, April 5 The world cane sugar produ>peat is expected 10 tn' j ..ppioximatety 21,591.000 tons I This, according to the late>; I estimate* compiled by Czarnikov... I will be an increase of over IJIHJ.OU'.I I tons on last year. 1 A jump or 55.000 tons in Wei Indian production is expected la be only partially offset b1 I 1,000 Mais in producnon ugutc* 1 Guiana Mauritius e\ pects to record an increase > %  ( 4U.000 making a 4S4.00O ton. *uipui. But Australian suem outputs are foreseen lo fall bv 50 OtW tom. Irmihtful The si**or the Cuban crop U open to doubt. Persistent report' of a lower yield owing to drought condltlona have heightened UM opinion that this year's out put mt! not bfl greater than that ol the previous season But IN talk or the possibility of 5.000.000 tons nnd It is worthy of note that the Cuban institute ru, made nfl revision of that figure on which the apportionment of the crop ha< been calculated But. says Czarnikows. in the event of the crop being no more than last year's, it would reduce the balance remaining in the special reserve to a mere lfiVOOn tons which as carry-over stock at Che end of the year, would by P" means be excessive and might even prove Insufficient Kstimating the total sale to nonUnited Stales destinations UD tn the end of this month at ntmut one and three quarter million tons, the tonnage available for free •ale is reduced to little more than 850,000 tons. AVRIOL WILL VISIT CANADA Nil roRK, April 5. nt Vincent Auriol of Franco will vJsH Canada altai hll visit tn trie Unltad StatM which was an un'UKiliniii diplomulic success. Diploiintic talks held in Washington between Hoborl Schuman. liiiuli Foreign Minixei nnd I>cau Aoheson, Secretary or State. wenextremely useful, coming us they did before the prnjeetevt t uuin il of Foreign Ministers —Reutrr. B.W.I. May Gel Trade Commissioner In U.K. (From Oui Own Cf>rr*nX""V I LONDON. April 5. Recent Trade Talks between Britain and Cuba may result in the British West Indies establiahin B r. Trade Commissioner with a lull staff in both Britain and Canada in the very near future. A Mint nf this was contained in n report from Jamaica todaJ which was warmly received br Wrs-t Indian Interests' in th[F country. Raid Mr A K V Barton, (Secretary). We at the Wc. India Committee would the establishuieiM nf such ah office and would do everything <> %  rur power lo help the Trade Commissioner." BERNHARD HONOURED BUF-NOS AIRES. April 5 I'M Hem Peron signed n Decree conferring tile Grand Cross i f the Order of Merit on Prince Ilernhard of the Netherlands who WOB a goodwill visit. —Reutrr Milvcrion To Ask About ToiNaCCO IX)NDON. April 5. I-nrd M liver ton Is to ask the fiovernment In the RotMO ot L01J next Tuesday whether il is the east that Britain and Cuba are on th< point of a trade agreement undei which Britain undertakes tfl buy substantial quantities ot Cuban toboceo. He will sis* ;isk whelher llM Oovemment have considered 'he result of such aclior on the economy of Jamaica and on the employment involved in the cigai industry there—Heater. SIMM 1.111 us: MARSHAL TITO (c.nlr.l reontlr Ufl 1 >lck 6rt to m>k >n ln.port.nl policy .UUOMI 10 1,200 d.l, j.lo. .t th. Nuon Con f r. ol E 8-r.,c.m.„ In B.Ut.d. H. ..Id He,. ... no prohi !" ho.i",, V..J0.1..I. .nd It.ly which mil not bo .ol.rt. provided th.ee wo no onbldo IMofnwM, nd ih Oiomyto hod noi cl.hl to r.i.c tti. i.„. ot TrloM. ot the Bl To.lr hfOm I.Ik. ,n P,„. On Ihc pi., lorn with Moriiliol Tito wore, [torn left to ,„ht: O.m.n K.r.bcuo.i.. HUUKOf ot Commerce „„l rood AlekMndor Rancovir. Mlnt.ter of Home Afloir. Ivon ao.tiv.k. Mini-,.! ill Pinter. Provide it of the Bornilo Hercoffovlne Oovernmen of Notion.il Defence lr,„ ISRAEL PLANES BOMB SYRIAN BORDER TOWN Syrian troops kill Israeli policemen W.I. Policemen militarised -Syrian Anti-aircraft icphe.l .'ith heavy lire and it was beieved nit two aircraft which left .loud* o. smoke behind he said. No (asualtics were reported A It ruler report from Haifa says thai IBirtad Nations ol larvara braved iul or bullets to hglp Israeli -uithorliies recover flic boattaa i t 1 Israeli policemen killed in a clash with Syrian iroop< in Northern larael ( %  ay An UrMll 'iKikesman said early today three other policemen wart aid "ne captured in a clash which occurred in the dei ike llule DAMASCUS. Apnl S Eihi Israeli aircratt late today raided u deoilliUriied zone In the El I tarn ma area of the rsraeli-Sy.-.a.i border, .. Svn.u. military spokesman declared here tonight. The spokesman said that inhabitants in the area wan bombed in an hour-Ion,; attack. Robert Adams Urges Enquiry Commission for b.G. fiaMm i.KJHi.FToWN. I.O April 5. Robarl Adanw. formei London stane and screen actui of %  ttemptina u> dafi il the course or )usilce cable.I lh %  Of MktC for UK l alleging victlmliatlon b) ktlorney-Genera) ami !n Police of a criminal chame for iippi-nrlnn as proaecutor In against the PoUcfl Adams' cable asks for • .IL alleita tlODJ and 0T, the iippmnlinenl of a ComoUaaloB t<> Invetvtlajate the nauiiaatlon ol n.< British <;. i i of the Ufa! maehinrrv of the Boloay. il • %  aiaoji Nk) "day that Robert Adams in u Inter ofl %  v to the Attiin I oral, rcierred lo a Press report o( March 2u i., i irdlna tin death of Byron Mounter, taxi driver, whi i %  i %  *.. have losi his life by drowmiiK 111 B traiMh on East Rank. Demcrara. after iielna warned he would % %  uted for using Indi Adam-.' that from ,n(onnatlon nt his disposal, supported bj tate %  • uiitarilv I. •veral i'i wtu includlni eye-wltm %  penred th.it Mounu r to death, llii-i. IhrOM ii into the Mi ha Canal. rVdarru requested the AttorneyClenarai to bi %  I Uv (Mi and added hat tnformalinti in his possession lha disposal of tn H i Oeneral Adams also allnge that the Police are nttemptinie t' tnaam to keep <\ I, Bear the Sea or Galileo %  i tried to arrange for the return or sen bo Let %  vounded man and one prisoner still in the hand-; or Syrinn troop, who were believed to h %  pied a part or the denulii H . t /one | spokesman said. They weie inetnbei* of the Israeli th ti, the Mixed ArmiStte Cuminisrion. Syrian troops opened lire on %  T". mid they were louc.l to take cover he said Wltn DUlletl whining aiound ti turned and drove bat read to El llam.i Hot S Ke Her Peking—Moscow Split I jki Is Soon LONDON. April 5. Dr Han I-lh Wu. ,en. ho Chiang Kai sh.-k\ NoUonalhH •it in Fonaeat arho left London for Washington today, believes the disruptive fa the Mcscow-controlled Chinese Conununlsta may heighten the atmosphere in the near future, of growing dis-cnsinn between Peking and Mi ••d''In an interview on the eve of his departure. Di. Han made this statement in a warning against the "present tactics of the Kremlii.. j which aim at dividing the West" ll.' nin said he had reason to I believe dissension between pasting 0W might soei' d —Reuter Meet TinKing LONDON. April I i I'nii.iCommit here tor the Are '. %  i King Oeorge vi m i i/abeth todav The meet place during ttu roys l I. '.In | Tvtm i i ararwiekshtn rtlO King and Queen hud Ion. anted ti. ehtll thli unique ni irai university or ernw e most promisinIkenj from Britain and % % %  roed %  toi twelve or i \ mi ntha to 11 %  rained in iitrnent ot a 1 '-'' i -ant ..I II ii m s-rters talkm. •• • %  -..In. roubles m nren.i *.!cs in Africa ) college nudylng the latest technlqw i 'i dnlng polk i King and guern watched i M trained police dog) on the .-oiiosc lawn km h vi Ith the student Ii, polto %  -I the King '. were I M W A. Calvei .IIKI R J Venal I Bah i Tin. Mtje lie i -ii rrlved ii he polli '. %  rter a nlghi ihe royal u iln tn m Th. K i | Quaei luier waited parti oi the eountfj i Kor the memoi I Lha Novem aftef an lv mornlui' lOUrMl th. he went t., ee foi | %  %  %  • fh, i | t f>rst air raid" 'if the .i [tr"irPrrcents Credentials BUENOS AIRES Atiii '. The British Amlm>-.. Wiiham Heni) Bradshaw M.k ,.( % %  rn.M hi edenual. to Presl dent Peron this morning Aitei IOOJ ha speni 4."> mlnutei %  unal t;dk will POI — Beater Vgreemeni Reached In Grenada Troubles (From Our Own Correspondent) GRENADA. April 5An agreement was reached late ypsn rday | :!' %  Ktnita mcaUng of the ARiiculturnl Assoeiatioi. i Agricultural Employers' Society with the Manual al tal Workers' Union, ending the tension on the Labour Iront exi^tini; since the call on February 1** for n general strike, which lasted four week 1 wi'.h a subsequent three week trui uoriod. Honda) .. % %  bio pre! I II. .— -———. — meeting reported held DESCRIBED by th* A-ocition of Artists in Braul as tae girl with tfcs rao^t nhapely ~honld*r< in the world. Dany DauberoOn hsi Jast arrived in London from Pan* tor a monUiRadio. T*l*vlslon and Cabaret worh WiUi her %ht brought nine suitcases in which arr ton .irapale^ rvenlns town^. 9ht *mg% in a *oft. tow husk* voiea and ha •Uned in nifht clubfrom Par. tRie a* Jaualro. Danr mjkt up and always has s dilny ntm In Cairo. Kltif Tsronk gave her a present of a UtU powder box. a hint which *h* h-i. not yet takaa -*-xprrn Dollar ReservM Up i>ON. April R Britain ;.nn the Starting ar<-a have hiager avid and dollar re•ene s than ever Chan 'he Exchequer Much r.aitkeit lav they had ii.rease-1 MVS I ,nt held $1.758. OWOOO —Renter. with Sir Clement Main' • i ing t,, em plover i-i .Jarnxter-: IiH I Necklet. < I ting or UM ARTicultui Associati..: fllicii'sed dem.ii E M Oairy and Alb Brri*ter-nt-Liiw. on behalf o**rter ai iH rric tins eavi l ( t qua i Mlk* '.ow resultlnu in th g) On Page I CHURCHILL TO SEE U.S. PRESIDENT WASHINGTON April B, %  it Ti uman today en .ihahei.il. its (hat 1 I vnl tO Pal l* tin vrl to return President Auriol . o Amei ie.i I %  hat Winston Churehdl would all nn li,m dm ing Ids visit u text month Rente) GENERAL MANAGER OF LA NACION DIES i.! RMOS AIRES, April 5 AM. do Capri : l*a Nacte.i and a m | f Pjrectoi ^.eart talfu m oifb* He hail I • late at I Ace La Narlan II one Ol Arnentina'i r.jji.i remain i United Nations Troops Push On 10 Miles Over Thirty-eighth Parallel \ TOM SPIES TO DIE YORK April I Convteted nh tpkm Jullui ltneniera and hli tf Kthei. n re % %  Court h lentenemi: the K oral Judr Irvioj R Xaurman iirdereri t! ,ied some time in the ereeat besjusning Mat The Court did net specif) thr %  nethori nf e\i rUtlOII I I •hat the eoteeutloi .n*d nut sjtearding tn the law, h i length) riitiiv.ii. m %  %  Judge told the 1 Met rour erln U.S. Ath i %  i n tenet Id requlri he Rosenberg. • %  Judaa Kauftnan t >i.i the B lras "plain delll>era1e n : %  the records and my con* let 11 I rnet %  "" Ineed ] placed in me >i i wed an) lenlenc) lo I ergi (CPi Wool Prices Drop Lowor I i i r.. IURN| April I Wool prices s 1 • Hi tunes the pfevtOtl roll to-daj for the fourth sue heve the i | ithdrawiil rrom the m.ithet hi ie American buyers Authorll drop al the ctos. re EM IS pea rent fine t KM i*red Mt pet cent B nd inednim I 11 sd 30 i-'i sent —R ruler Aiihritas riooapl GompsNnnlse WASMINCTr-N April 5. nrerenci DI broke end Al %  United ipcn lai | iii,|i.ii'i. Ii %  rtl water' i • %  %  numbei ol dmenta The debate t !i i. ,• %  %  %  % %  • | ieaehod tentative agreeing Renter Vrgrnlifiii HtiHus n.iim To i .iiu.iiniWASHINGTON. A;>nl ft Araantln %  %  I held Palklei AUantti %  Argentine I tet Hlpo id iha ommittei Pai A i %  II i trgentm* %  any oilier nations' elslmi ti • Argentine i tie.—Renter. TOKYO, April 6UNITED NATIONS troops advanced 10 M into North Koro.i today. All along Ihe from they were over the 38th parallel. They are striking at Chorwon, one of bheli major objectives north of the Bortter C n\-' city could force the Chinese to abandon defendpositions close to the parallel along the centra. front or risk -splitting up their forces m Ihi Fiahtuiii today arnasJsitad ID • %  American officer here *plameii ncht in 111 fi Ihi right ol weahh troops, Comm in %  %  %  •if twp %  a third corp The Chit I Deputies Still I );iiliix knl PARIS %  '. ui %  11. pul \ beadwa. I u Irei Oro' i i .i i HI Kml i usslon In ID agreed %  %  %  have maintalrad i lectteas to the %  .i led M -Mth formal as .in., II,,| : uneh tin. Ci | h. I, ngtl r today's talks Indicated t.. westere i %  %  ..-. %  %  %  .imnata-he intest rail agenda.—Reuter. %  trateeir hills to Iht %  thii ftBhlmH eetoi 'U n*e mlneBelds at ftrnter 1 tiud Prance Adopts Reitrrrn Kill PAHW April ft. %  the Electoi m majorit) ,,f t %  .., i nd nalji w|t. • II.ll %  %  %  %  % % % % % %  % %  'i I II il n ,e ' %  :, ( Iftlaaalnat Electoral I rough! Issue >n i ought . ,;, () ((|i p Ihe fall ; ,ri,t i ""' • i,,n,!, %  %  han a month old thli .. week %  ow, %  | i existing 1 proportional %  giving a %  1 *'i ( ommuiusi %  itu o it ol the : exi Pat la%  • %  illing „IT I., votes %  the Communist Party Heuln Tinted mill ••Thrr.ll Of War Is rVfl -n iii \s Ever .S'flV.I i II, mil, WASHINGTON, \i i' Conl peati iiu rel n invent oB %  !. %  \ \ the Si %  I in ssrnan Sam Rayourn %  %  thai in n-Chinesi ( % %  and that the heKlnnine of World Wai HI All he would ay was that Raybum was a truthful man. II it In' M OUld n i • <;. era) Dougla Ms K\ %  Chief II, K i n authorised to bomb Chti ese i., In Mai i Truman that I could not v .,. mllll >rv nnd strategia ,in'n. —Renter TK1.I. TIIE AOVOCATF THE NF.WS DIAIma D*T nr NlfiHT V,-,-,-,'.',-,-,---.-.',-.B.G. WANTS$I4.4CM).000 i i GI.oluirTOWN. B.O., April 5 The Leal ouncil npprov %  d %  Rill to raise $M.400.000 III i development scheme* The Plnanelal Sceretarj Intimiteo tint it Is det Ided to ratv UO.OOtl.OOfl In Lnniu.n ..n.l |.ir • I he remalnina is-d" miht >•* tor putihe suhsenption %  It was essential I he first $10,000.0*10 this Ki %  nt the necessai %  me 'hrough the I rarmrr h\uainilI armlioiisr KilU Wife, Daughter April I A farnv i neat Voa. \> • p h killini hat wife and J M moth-1 from i %  .: in eslSI ', tentlv though) ! Krut.i AT ITS BEST IS K. W. V. TRUMAN APPEALS WAffUHOTOnr, April ^ ill Truman toasy Usued %  the Vo-k-e f Amerlei %  the Volie of America was '•r tin' i %  — Reut'r K. W. V. SWEET VERMOUTH DRY VERMOUTH EAGLE KILLS (JlllLD AVB %  A OW UP off at ildren fled into i nearby farm I ed and an eacle pinning dawn was a fully grown ipeclmen —Renter n<.th Wine;, have excellent qualities' .1" • .,n %  i C eklglra 'I h< J made' from pure white wil n 'A extractt < f ho iltli herbs. K. W. V. WEMMFRSHOEK I —A Sweet Table Wine, lo be t; served slightly chiller! 1DFAI. ni/t w IIIIIIM: MMIIBt I -.--•-•--. %  %  .-. %  .•.W.Vjixiv.vr'.v.'.'.v.'.:: :•.:: %  :



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PACE TWO IIAKIIAIIOS AIIVOl V ll I'KillAY. AI'KH. i ga/uJb Catling H IS FX< RLIJMCY the GovSti WUllan Savage, and Lady Savage will attend thr Schools' Musical Festival Concert :.t Oombcrnicre School thi: tftffl 1 Soloists i nlary and Secondary Schools, ..SUM, i.il At the conclusion of the programme Lady .Savage will present the prizes to the Hinntrs %  wi petitions Leaving Today D TK |B lean tl B Q ba H w i A. run M Burnt) Hid Mi Harold MaMiinit Ais.. rvpecte I %  B-G I Ughl are M, .i i .'.( %  Krrd f.-'N Mi O..H i^ Sup*, of PottC* in Freetown, a He is on long leave and bar OUng daughter :.rc returniDg to Tiiaidad this afternoon bv Tnej arrived .i IN day* ajto on B eborl rlK, Mid %  '"flaying at Accra c;u. i liouw. \f" S Sill* only Bob a Job. thafi tantamount to a wage Ircrze!" Back To The U.S M RS OLIVE GAKDNER and Mrs George Case of Shaker Visited Daughter Vfli: BUTT T. afACY fat CM rjo ii. Tiinldad ye~day morning by B W.l.A. H had bean la Trinidad for ihrr-.J To Attend Brother's Wedding M il DESMOND I' li he rreiMi tat left .. %  % % %  .! %  .,i.n tot si Lucia by B.W I A They have gone Car lb Boost to "shoe. %  %  dad. He has finished his work in the Bahamas Nasaau and Height,. Ohio, left yesterday tor {gj^ i. ft Mon,.? .. .. hia WHO Cleveland uahlcr. It Leaving t th c IUIH' plane was expected ItMrs. Haniclta Schen.k of Michicomplete by the end of gan. She is also on ber way homi month after .pe.£ing the w.nter months T ,„. WI „ !"S?rtn u f I**"' "" KU ** t •' mpanys %  ran Ho** Pll r ,. .t Lroix Beaches B?tter ln Canada at A FTER two week-* eoltday teurlet tfavt m Barbados. Mr and M Thomas BUetj u-fi rcatcrday "on i',.,!!., Rico b) H w.i A Thai n en i b ;<> the U B Mi Elicit, who is a retired architect of New York told Carib that prior to their stay in BUrbaIxis they had spent most of the winter months III St Croix. He thought that SI. Ciotx had better beaches thaa Barbados, bat. ad, RoskJay baach is a very lovely beach. During ihru ptej ban thai guests at the Mooring*; Gardens Lecturer B.B.C. Radio Programme Take hH ilighter ano li,. Is stationed in lad in the ITS. Navy Ml kbej a in the Bi %  apt i' L i rot tor SI I Martinique ;"'* Puerto :,, the U S Ha Is i gneat at the Ocaae. Vn a Hob i Mlde Frellas (Jean's brother I and leetuicr on horlicullu .he Imperial College of Tropieai Mi— Marine Quosnel Ula* d> FretA k ii. iiltme, arrived from Tnniiss Is to l>e a bridesmaid at th? dad yesterday morning by %  115 n r>.> lln>nw l'nrlr. 1J0 a.m. PI Third ProgranKH. s %  ni Mon P •70 >m Bion lliiye* K *i .. Veatlona: a.m Tl I 1 O H N CAMPHF1 I -""-•"*— *' %  ~t m f-TofTiimm* I'.L-I IMI, II 49 %  in B* t p.tn Ctsai i return | %  Bai %  Geologist AND MRS. JOHN M R. AND MRS JOHN DK BI8TO arnv.il from VeneMl gUCtt Bt The lla'llllg. Hotel For Puerto Rico KS BUZABBTH MI P at* hud been in Harbniln~ stf*M \9fM. visiting her daunhler Vuki, left yesterday by ;."'.'.";' ['imdad yesli-rday I.. „ W I A for Puerto Rico Mis Bv No Means w A %  "'* *"o li %  geoloJa| „ (omei rom Cincinnati. Ohio -OHECKma with some of the with the Merw Grande Oil Co.. i, llllT1 g he, M vhetai M-.t.*.i..> i found that "Li?j h S ul !J "ZJ"!* !" ?!" %  ., he .i; ?^5 ,1 they were by no mean* empty. SJJIJS^HSUS • l/S VS! % ? Wtmt %  huh It generally „.. ^ "'' el From Portland over at the en week duce tli.ii Venezuela I'ackag. bv B W.I A Iran U and Mrleft yesterday by B.W.I A.. To, .early M.iv If Venezuelans Fugene If 1'ngh and theti youa| I'nerto Rico, en loute lo the US Pachago Teum as son. Here for %  ahort bollda) Ihay Tlieir home is In Portland, Oregon. they did last yenr and during th.are staying at Caerabank. where Mr. Blngham is a nuinuiiolnlays JltM over, the Mr Pugh is %  contractor with facturer of hydruull" an p 111 t hj s lack penCreoliPet roll inn toin'i fUtlonad They were slaying at Hie OeaaD cd> this year. at Mnlunn. Var Hotel. Lssti BY THE WAY a • a By BEACHCOMBER T HE %  ...-ti. brlmli-ss bo when he < Suvl'f ippnat C HARLIE SUET uses for his own (Ire the eoal so "" 'oilers was smashed and urgent I v needed for football pur""ampien under fool. A wane poses. Coal from India fiillend baartbi M specially imported as nol meant to be 'ay on private 1 i i 5" 1 ' %  %  n i • I*" "l a Are pujau bare tiwnt_ llH Mvea . msko B DUO und In UNO on HunOsr*. tt (i ui Oteamw s law omier. (Ui gaara 1. One as? ol beiim fleeced. X A IIKICOIIHIV *Qiene,l 'Ms ,le.,i, Iwo "' Ann; lb) men want to get down. Can vou !" tt rklll ; A % %  *••• how, Hop''" "' ex.. i.(in.ii met htm, and In %  niwlbaf \„r*•> Pushed into n laundryI ,?f.l„ ..,, ****** •""' r h *' '"•' WONDER what Robert Finally he followed Ihe iwavtni if..td Would think Of the multitude Two dozen at the heaa Sorlaiisut of toHjaj I am sura of M lumn fat) In p haah sd have enjoyed Imntensel) the bottom of the stain Mr. Hilane BeUoc'l epigram: fourth foot landing. Rupert and Hie Ice-flower—3 (or UaneniS i sa f js s-m " pm. Pr. I !i in Wfrt I %  %  SIS pm rani W..'. Jar I—. ,i %  .. 1" I.S |. I I ;>>•M-M^V'f A• TV Sets. Jam Slows from NMVU.l. KOI.IKNKW YORK, Bv dialling I'L-ti I Ml | tonight >.. %  :T Inch beautiful mahogati> mw ti i %  d The number is that of :i TV shop trying hat I to immense stock on the m plan. What : %  %  .r Last manufsi turci i dieted th,.t preductioii slashed 40 per cent, Defence orders, scarce materials. ihey said. i., i ad i %  They expcctM panic buying prices slun up. Itnt in January alone manufacturers made 03B.OOO cu. %  *ui i bousahj l.iei | n hi %  t" buy at the higher prices. That Is why alluring advert ISOmefibJ r.ffcr magnificent 't (Hi doit'l have It) IIITI.EK'N rmourad car may I e bullet prooj it's not burglar-proof, A thu. left m the bool \ the ear*a o Inbilor CMHSTOPHfK COtUMtUS" Color by Technicolor Co-starring FI. ranee ELDRIDC.E k Francs 1. SULLIVAN Starriog John lll'BDARD & Rita QUIGLEY IS EPILEPSY HEREDITARY? Whit ii epilepsy We oni* Inow Put UfkN bme benjn it has sil.xhcd >

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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
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20 YEARS A |

LEGISLATOR

Mr. H. Wilkinson,
M.C.P., has served for
twenty years as a member
of the House of Assembly
(March 1931—Marech 1951).
His Honour Mr. K. N, R.
Husbands, Speaker of the
House of Assembly, gave a
dinner in the Dining Room
of the House of Assembly
last night as a mark of appre.
ciation of this public service

John Hadley Wilkinson
came to Barbados in 1908 to
reside permanently but he
had paid several visits be
fore that time

He became a member of
the House of Assembly in

J.

‘Cane Sugar
Expected

(From Qur Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 5.

The world cane sugar produc-
ticn this year is expected to be
approximately 21,591,000 tons
This, according to the latest
estimates compiled by Czarnikows,
will be an increase of over 800,000
tons on last year,

A jump of 55,000 tons in West
| Indian production is expected to
| be only partially offset by a drop
| of 5,000 tons in production figures
| for British Guiana. - Mauritius ex-

pects to record an increase












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United Nations Troops

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ATOM SPIES
TO DIE



Push On 10 Miles Over
Thirty-eighth Parallel

TOKYO, April 5.
UNITED NATIONS troops advanced 10 miles
into North Korea today. All along the front
they were over the 38th parallel.
They are striking at Chorwon, one of their firs!



of NEW YORK,: April 5 major objectives north of the border. Ganture o

Mareh 1931 and previous to |} 46,000 making a 456,000 tons out- pGonvicted atom bomb spi the tity could force the Chinese to abandon defence

s he had twice acted as 2 put. But Australian sugar out- a ce ee end His. wit nied . , centr
member of the Legislative |! puts are foreseen to fall 50,000 Ethel, were sentenced to death positions close to the parallel along the central
Council, tons. , Seaetban, OM Pedacat: Court ret] front or risk splitting up their forces in this area.

He served on the Execu- Doubtful ae Ste tia ee eee Fighting today amounted to
tive Committee as well as ‘ E i eral Judge Irving R. Kaufman AON Gomnbht far the wentern der
Mie Exeéulics Goukell, but The size of the Cuban crop is ordered them to be executed some ® a 1eFce Arce a * “ke fice : ; =
resigned on the introduction open to doubt. Persistent reports time in the week beginning May De julies Still tor One Am rican 0 ficer here
of the Bushe exreriment in || ae yield owing to drought ta - A ai. ' i " explained: We hax €-t9 kill ther

3 conditions have heightened the at . : eg HES © S at “gees 2s BH The Court did not specify the right in their foxhole

Party Government to become A ve re : . ' ; e My 1 gy eat oe esentitinn te eats D li k | To the right of British Comm
Leader of the Opposition Lhe he wat ace tie § output may MARSHAL TITO (centre) recently left lis sick bed to. make anjimportant policy statement to 1,200 dele- that 4 he Sbeuten pasate be pur “a oe e¢ wealth troop Communists | ar
Porty, pe. Bremer than hati ct the | 7 ites at tie Mational Congress of Ha-Selvicamien in Belgrade. He said there was no problem between jvied out according to the law. [i opposing the United Nations ad

Mr. Wilkinson has had the [| PF°vious season. But there is still} Yugoslavia and Italy which could not be solved, provided there wag no outside interference, and that | lengthy preliminary diceucsior PARIS, April 5, ! vance along almost the solid 10
distinetion of serving under | '#k of the possibility of 5,600,000! Gromyko had no right to raise the issue of Trieste at the Big Four deputies talks in Paris. On the plat- [before imposing sentence the Sig Four” Deputies failea| mile front with elements of tw
five Speakers of the House oe and it is worthy of note that] form with Marshal Tito were, from left to right: Osman Karabegovie, Minister of Commerce and Food: Judge told the Rosenbergs “I con ; any head a today at al Chinese Army corps. In reser
of Assembly —Sir Frederick the Cuban institute has made no| Aleksandar Rancovic, Minister of Home Affairs: Ivan Gosnyak, Minister of National Defence and sider your crime worse than] ju: Vglvan the Ae iY ty G Mi a tule corps
Clarke, Sir Harold Austin, revision of that figure on which the} Djuro Puger, President of the Bosnia Hercegovine Government. Express | murder” ny " ict D puty it the Rus- ~The Chinese are fighting to holt
Mr. Douglas Pile, Mr. G. B. |) #Pportionment of the crop has |-——- one .—— ee U.S. Attorney. Irving R. Saypoll sian ‘Embassy here, echtemec} two strategic hills to. the orth
Evelyn and now Mr. K.N. R. | been calculated. : ‘ aid that Federal Law, under the rvers statec iThey brought some artillery into
Husbands. ' But, says Czarnikows, in the | Judge's sentence would requiré play in this fighting

He was at one time a | event of the crop being no more < hy he Rosenbergs to be executed ir Lunchir for two hours the In several sectors ingreasingly
member of the St. Michael's fare is year’s, it would rears he electric chair eputies had a secret discussion in| dense minefields were reported
Vestry but he is no longer |; *2¢ balance remaining in the 4 i

A keen businessman, Mr.
Wilkinson has interests in





means be excessive and
even prove insufficient.

might


































Judge Kaufman told the Rosen-

ed the records and my conscience
for some reason for mercy, but






















: aa Dia to hammer out an agreed] United Nations troops truded
special reserve to a mere 185,000 a > bergs “plain deliberate murder is | fo , Fototen 1 tere’l no sinée’

i & taaaaer of the Vedty | tons which as carty-pver stock at T Ww, dwarfed) by your acts’. The] oue® for the Foreign Ministers’) rorth.-—Renter

a wk Taaian, 3 the end of the Seat, would by no 1 Judge added that he had “search- We

tern tepresentatives were

inderstood to have maintained “Threat Of War Is

















- : ‘ heir ‘

: i e e } I am convinced that I would vio- leir preliminary objections to the . mn] .
the firms of Wilkinson & Estimating the total sale to non- n troo k ll G i , > e late the trust placed in me if || “test Soviet proposals tabled yes- As Great As Ev er
Haynes Co,, Ltd., C. 8, Pitch. || United States destinations up to y I 1a) ps ; 1 W I I olicemen showed any leniency to the Ro erday , 3
er & Co., Ltd., Reef Manure || the end of this month at about | eats m Fi enbergs,"--(CP) Today's 24th formal session wa Says Truman
Works, Knight's Ltd, Advo- ||} one and three quarter million ye e ee re ancelled following the prolonged we Bes
cate Co,, Ltd, Chelsea Gar- tons, the tonnage available for free Ss a 90 Cc m t | I 2 K 2 ¥ “ inch time discussion. The length JASHINGTON, April 5
age Lid. | sale is reduced to little more than r e 1 e en 4 1e in : W ool Prices f today’s talks indicated to west- Pseeleent T — e nis weeks

During the war years |; 550,000 tons. , : ern observers, here that Gromyko|!Y Press Conference to-day re»

: | . 4) 5 LONDO: il fasta ite +o seas inant
1939—1945 Mr. Wilkinson |} ; ‘ . DAMASCUS, Ap il 5. West Ken Be eo Drop Lower tiled to meet any of the remain- ts ee Dare or
served as a Commissioner of || Eight Israeli aircraft late today raided a demilitarised zone ics buiret.- Beats “tines: thie 12 Western objectiong t@ the latest | f° souse of Represent ives Cont
Rationing Gasoline. He “he | BW I May Get in the El Hamma area of the Israeli-Syrian border, a Syrian Colonial Police Conterenee coy _.., MELBOURNE, April 5, | ‘USsian draft agenda—Reuter. gressman Sam Rayburn yesterday,
oer Sat tocee apt | a Vase . military spokesman declared here tonight. held, met King George VI an on prices which eae 0 ~seniaencsmasilindiiicwes that non-Chinese’ Corneiunie

: . . "hr s c Superseded by the Depart- | Trade Commissioner The pokesman aid that inhabitants in the area were ing took place during the royal] to 16 times the previous figure 4. € . J and that the beginning of World
ment of Highways and bombed in an hour-long attack. visit to the Police College at Tyton.| fell to-day for the fourth su , rance AC opts War III might be neat

ransport, , sti ee : r Biutntcati tre essive dz Joo! circles here / he ould ay was that
A keen yachtsman, Mr } hi U.K. Syrian Anti-aircraft replied : rg ae ah ee a 11 eve: the “cor is ‘iis ‘ ik a R e R here w My ‘ “truth ful man

" 2 i avy fi 5 { jac >} > ing ar 1ee 8 t ‘ > to anne ‘ ‘ i mé
Wilkinson has been associ- (From Our Own Correspondent) ee a tae tae eo hich a] Robert Adams Satta to visit aie Gieen rs withdrawal from the market by e orm Bill Later he added that he would not
ated with the activities of LONDON, April 5. dl is ay SW vce any Wisc aa tional university of crime detec.| the American buyers answer any questions on that

the Royal Barbados Yacht | Recent Trade Talks between,‘ vue 2 smoke behind he said. . os tion, to which the most promising Authoritative estimate of the PARIS, April 5 subject at all
Club for many years and has Britain and Cuba may result in the | N° casualties were reported. rges nquiry Sficdi: from. EYitein wid worog tl Atop. at the Glide of todde's nic The National Assembi, todav{,, The President said that the
owned and raced boats in British West Indies establishing 4 f welve or Six : xe} compared with those before Easte,; | adopted the Elect ; yj threat of the outbreak of World
tous ; A Reut 7 rt fr Haifa says Bo for twelve or six months to be } re Ea | e Electoral Reform Bill ; : : g j +
the regattas staged under the || Trade Commissioner with a full| , 4 Reuter report from Haifa says : ; trained ave Jepartrne was: merino down 15 per cen’.|by the narrow orm Bill) War ITT was just as great as it
auspices of the Royal Bar- staff in both Britain and Canada| that United Nations observers Ommission their wees eae comeback 25 be ment, fine ie C anew majority of twelve.! ever had been and he Isted sev-
' c j i yed ¢ ai S ery wors ) ack <0 per cent., > cross ommunists, Gaullists ana} eral st sis periods, Thesé
ado's Yacht Club in the very near future, braved a hail of bullets to hglp re fs ire . 2 fae . e hau and} eral post-war crisis perioc (
ae A hint of this was contained in|Israeli authorities recover the ° It was a pleasant. social dpter, | bred 30 per cent. and medium t {several centre and right. wihg jincluded the Soviet blockade of
\a report from Jamaica today| bodies of 7 Israeli policemen For B. G. Police pusdevirrsserious talks on the Fecent) course crossbred 20 per cent Deputies. voted “against “ThE Bill / Berlin and the ‘western air lift
WILL which was warmly received by/killed in a clash with Syrian Ke ; troubles in Grenada and in colo- —Reuter. | Socialists, Most Popular Republi-|into. Berlin in 1948; the threat to
AURIOL Las West Indian interests im this|froops in Northern Israel yester-{ {Ftom, Our Own Corresponde) 7 nes in Africa The King and cans, some Moderate Radicals-and|Greece and Turkey in 1947; the
T AIDA country day ¥ en phond , gg : Queen spent about three hours at oe Independents voted for it. There|threat to Persia in 1946, and the
iad Mr r ¢ ra ; ober dams, former London | ¢}; ‘ollege studying the latest . were 264 Ys 252 ap ; lrawal Russis orca

| Said Mr. A. E, V._ Barton, An Israeli s os vy lth. ! € coilleg g votes for and 252 against | withdrawal of Russian f

| 3 f f spokesman said early stage and screen actor now on a ; ime ey * talk ee » ae 2424s : er : ' earcak
(Secretary ), : We at the Wes: today three other policemen were chaeges of gtternptiia to daloet eee jue in raining police officers Ame ricas Ne ce pt Electoral Rerorm—a_ bitterly|there and finally he Koreah
IEW YORK ril 5 India Committee would welcome |, bars : i ‘ aes ee ; « The King and Queen also x ‘ fought issue in Frenct lit crisi
NEW YORK, April 5. } a Eitar nat: hac ae wounded and one captured in a] the course of justice cabled the| watched exercises by trained ( ompr san ; as A pollics =
President _-Vingent_DAalrio: heihtyus Wout as wverpanine ‘in | Clash which occurred in the de-| Secretary of State for the Colonies police dogs on the college lawn - pi omist ait te ear a ba eee NO COMMENT
France will visit Canada after his | oe se Trade|Militarised zone of Lake Hule| alleging victimization by the |i, ths . his whiten seals seins on abinet led by Rene Pleven : Tene “=
visit to the United States which cur power to help the Trade hear the Sea ‘of Galiles. \ttorney-General and threats by | They hac func h with the tude nts a WASHINGTON April 5 Vhe fall of the present Gove n- WASHINGTON April 5
4 ‘ * s ae 2 Among the first of 16. policé The cc re . ) f ric nent ide hes ( \ ‘
ras ¢ qualified diplomatic suc- ‘Commissioner, he Police of a criminal charge for , ! re conference of American} nent under Henry Queuille less President Truman today 4
her iy egal : : Observers tried to arrange for] appearing as prosecutor in a case | Commissioners to be aa F Foreign Ministers here, broke a] than a month old was being fore-| fused to comment on reports that
SS. : ake, \ aide vo a dogs » to ala the King and Queen were E. M. F.| threatened deadlock afte debat-] cast to tw a General Dougla MacArth
: a tutien i ‘Ix; ~ yy » L- the return of seven bodies, one] against the Police j é “ g ¢ after a ast today “within a week" over | Genera t 3
s Diplomatic talks Held Falenoe a Milvy erlon lo Ask wounded man and one prisoner Adams’ cable asks for immedi- | Beadon (Tr nidad ), W A Calver) ing for seven hours the resolution] ‘he same issue despite the expect United Nations ¢ ommendersinp
Pinot ck Mantes od , ] t T b still in the hands of Syrian troops} ate investigation of certain allega- | a a) and R. J, Verral (Baha eeccmnmnenittng pos Say action by} ed narrow majority for the Bill. | ¢ or oo nan ene a eal, baby
French A ste ‘ 2G : . ; : . mas : rican republics in up "1 " se o bomb inese Co unis
rt . bes "i yer ve have occu-| tions and/or, the appointment of 3 : The Electoral Re } s a| sec : 1
Dean Acheson, Secretary of State, Abou nrnire kt an Saas tee .clemnilstart ed}|a Commission to Tetectinets the |. Their Majesties had arrived at] port of the United Nation craprbnrtee Datenme to hidkites bases in Manchuria, President
were extremely useful, coming as LONDON, April 5. | zone a spokesman said . working and organisation of the | the police college after a night] — United State merreMry. ystem of proportional represen-| 2'uman said that the ques
they did before the projected Lord Milverton is- to’ ask the . British Guiana Police Force, and|svent. in the royal train from State, Dean Acheson UpPorted | ation and a system Gh alaihe. a could not be answered bec:
Council of Foreign Ministers, se of Lord They were accompanied by;of the legal machinery of the | Windsor by Colombia -and Brazil made ent tn tee ate whi, ohtatne| Wasa military ‘and — stra
Government in the House of Lord y , 7 “ , ‘ ‘ t ra Shetie to the candidate who obtains
—Reuter. next Tuesday whether it is the case | members of the Israeli delegation] colony. The King and Queen later vis-| Vigorous efforts to prevent wate TI the majority of votes q Reuter
s a a. Ar b to the Mixed Armistice Commis- It was disclosed to-day that|ited parts of the country to secy ing down the resolution, to which me : :
that Britain and Cuba are on the | te Rober 5 i ‘ st teks | aaa laa Mexico had offered a number of The Pill is designed to keep a pee
: sion. Obert Adams in a letter on} homb-damaged houses } j | TELL THE ADVOCATE
we as oe, See pe: Syrian troops opened fire on] Wednesday to the Attorney-Gen- For the King the visit would| dalifying amendment arge number of Communist}’ » ”
BERNHARD HONOURED | which ee ence: anes th ir jee waa they. were forced | @ral, referred to a Press report of | jy ing back memories of the Novem The debate took place in the|Deputies out of the next Parlla- THE NEWS
substantial quantities of Cuban] eir jeeps é tipi’ i March 28 las ‘garding tt thc He ae eight nation Sub-Committee o:}/ment but its architects do not}! AL 3113
BUENOS AIRES, April 5. | tobacco, to take cover he said. With death en ast, nA wert me ©} ber day in 1940 when, after an military and political co-operation,Jexpect a big falling off ibs DIAL 311!
r ad zs ets whining around them, they} Geatn oo yron Ounter, taXi- learly morning journey from the| MHL age i pe ye revere ee Gti oO in votes Y OR NIGHT
Preslady. ce Te . Hewitt sigo ask. weer _ rhea and mauve back down the driver, who was said to have lost feuth, he went to see for himself eng the ae vee r awe ORES. FOR helen Meme: BABY ee " 7
Decree conferring the Grand Cross|Government have considered the road to.El Hama, Hot Springs his life by drowning in a trench] ihe square mile of smokirie debris| tentative agreement Reuter Keuter.
of the Order of Merit on Prince|yresult of such action on the ' are ilies —Reater, |07 East Bank, Demerara, after] \,7, ther tike ; . city alte e
3ernhard of the Netherlands whe|economy of Jamaica and on the Renter, being warned he would be prose- | = oe 8 eel sia Of fer a OOVC ELD OOOS DD ODG DODO SOOO SESE TEP OPED |
; tot Ft { j ite : J va sage : = ™ 7 ” ¥ . s .
is here on a goodwill visit. fo edger evare in the cigar abies a wy ow Netee cee ee vay. —Renter Argentiria Renews x 3%
—_ i stry there, —Reuter. ams’ SE é ; 2 :
ee 2 atoll P ki —M , information at his disposal, sup- Ch . 7 F; Ikki Is oc — e
fib nll e ing oscow ported by sworn staternents vol : Aan 0 a ands $ 8
SHOULDERS! é i untarily made by several persons CHURCHILL TO SEE a ‘i . S
” Ss rit Likely Soon including eye-witnesses, it ap t WASHINGTON, April 5. 1% .
m I f peared that Mounter was beaten U.S. PRESIDENT Argenting has reaffirmed = it RX » |
fase > t i on uA mn al ie B eld Fs analy TS z
fi LONDON, April 5. o death, then thrown, into the WASHINGTON, April 5 claim to the Briti h I eld Fa clarin | % A I l %
i Sea : sHior adv Mocha Canal ; 7 Island in the South Atlantic| %
Dr. Han Lih Wu, senior adv President Truman today em- * \
, Ay Shek’s Ne alist Adams requested the Attorney . : Ocean The claim was made by|§ s
to Chiang Kai Shek’s Nationalis General to bring the matter to the | Phatically denied reports that he tine Foreign Minister Hipo R %
Government in Formosa who left} citention of the C.1.D. and added | planned a visit to Paris this year] Argentine Foreign Minister toe | % ‘ $
London for Washington today,|}) 44 ; Poet atte his aoe to return President Auriol’s visit| lito Paz, who told the committer % BEST IS ¥
believes the disruptive tactics of vas at the di Dd a af the Attor- to America. Truman disclosed} of the Pan-American Conference] % xR
—. was 6 spose ) > = 7 . 7 (re veste > >
the Mcscow-controlled C hinese} ,ey-General hat Winston c hurehill would here ye stetday Shab the oer a | % %
Communists may heighten the at- Adams also allege that the al} on him during ee at one to} cons iders the islands as part of her) % %
mosphere in the near future, of Police are attempting to browbeat | 4Merica next month eute territory a i y %
growing dissensidn between Peking | witnesses to keep quiet. She did not recognise ary other) ¥ $
and Moscow nations’ claims to them ot % $=
é sc ‘ . ¥ eh rad > e « ° 5
In an interview on the eve of his P t c m ti j GENERAL MANAGER Argentine territory in the Antar % .
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“present tactics of the Kremlin, The British Ambassador Sir ,UENOS AIRES ril 8 . .
| which aim at dividing the West”. | William Henty Bradshaw. Mack ikon Ori om 2h ae Farmer Dy namites seasinminamucwessse
presented his credentials to Presi primienn pt ts ; Mainiées ond me rer x }
He then said he had reason to}dent Peron this morning. After tae ep 19 ones eee voara k armhous: e zt &
believe dissension between Peking | the ceremony he spent - coon oe tive Vitel et ee on % ; K W a [ <
-oWw mi y E informal talk with Peron, >tors, a 1 ) : ‘ :
and Moscow might socn ye in an inform 4 eitiae. heart failure on Wednesday night Kills Wife, Daughter % : . . s S
BARS at) ask a i He had been working late at his % x
aE ss . iffice OSLO, April 5 4 3
La Nacion is one of Argentina’s} A farmer near Voss today blew S \ NJ E ET \ / E R Mi | J [ H %
e major remaining independent] up his farmhouse with dynamite x
reemen ewspapers.—(C.P.) killing his wife and six-year-old ss
| daughter, His mother and other 3
children escaped from the house UTH sy
| b e 4 just before the explosion $
In Grenada ro ul l Ss B.G. WANTS $14,400,000 The man did not resist when x
j (From Our Own Correspondent arrested. The authorities had re- s
iE +E’ J 3., April 5 cently thought of committing him 2
, spondent GEORGETOWN, B.G., April 5 , 1 ‘
Bal a Aale voreeer ENADA April 5s The Legislative Council approv-| to an asylum.—Reuter 3oth Wines have excellent qualities §&
1 hed et d ft noon in cf} 4,8 Bil to, raise $14,400,000 in as beverages : nd for use with Gin for &
An agreement was reached late yesterday afternoon in @} London for development scheme: as beverages and fo ue he a
| 2%, hours meeting of the Agricultural Association and the] The Financial Secretary intim- TRUMAN APPEALS appetisers or C ocktails The v are %
i . y ; ee * P ohne Mon.} ited that it is decided to raise 7 aad ae y i, tee sure white wines with the &
: Agricultural Employers’ Society with the Manual and Mer 310,000,000 in London and part of] ,, WASHINGTON, April 5 oh fr mat prob abinkad lribet fet Sess
< ial Workers’ Union, ending the tension on the Labour front.] ye’ remaining issue. might be : on ioadin’ _y a ne aoe ot extracts Of t t g
jet} ‘ . mar . ¢ ra) stri locate - * subscription} @ ste n a a Pe - orbs.
existing since the call on February 19 for a genera) strike iMogated mr sinwet REDACTION ens HOE tO reduce fundarequett- erbs g
which lasted four weeks with a subsequent three week truc a ee ed for the Voice of America $
eriod Monday saw the preliminar It was essential to raise at least] worldwide network f radi g
7 Ae es ee . MOCtiNg reported held in camera, e first $10,000,000 this year and] broadcasting fac lities : He i , i " ss
: with Sir Clement Malone presid he United Kingdom Government | the Voice of America wa =
: | y - | ng ia é ady Ziven the colony | nect ary to ensure delivery o
; ; 2 esterdd ‘i i the two en yovernment the nece y author radio Of our car igr of tr a
f Dollar Reserves Up Poesy yt ae: oT Bes Herz ty to raise the same through the to people behind the iron curta *
. , : ‘ ) ‘ aie or 8
4 LONDON, April 5 , Barrister-: and Herbe rown Agents ie ale Fs Reuter s
Britain and the sterling area! Neckles, estate owner, reported ‘
have bigger gold and dollar re-/|jcint meeting of the Agricultur . 1, . S
serves than ever. Chancellor f, Association and the A.E.S i / ‘7 M, ake j 3 § S
i i i i t Exe A } vaitsk j;discussed demand resented - -
DESCRIBED by the Association of Artists in Brazil as the girl with he, Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell | discussed pre: a b : ee :
the most shapely shoulders in the world, Dany Dauberson has just | {told Commens teday they had in-| E M. Gairy and Alban Re AVEZZANO. Ita —A Sweet Table Wine, to be x
arrived in London from Paris for a month's Radio, Television and } “reased hy $448,076,960 in the first | Barris *r-at-Law be sda ar Blacks al cies eos po a slightly chilled x
Cabaret work. With her she brotight nine suitcases in which were | ucrter of 19 e net surplus; MM 10ur A i ul inbi ; - *
ten strapeless evening gowns. She sings ifi a soft, low husky voice J amounting te $360,000,000 the tin ve » deleg ‘ to-day, were sudder attacked tw ge e@ag x
and has starred in night clubs from Paris tw Rio de Janeiro. Dany } current quart | for the later f I ilar d into a nearby f But > we IDEAL FOR WEDDING PARTIES. x
loathes make-up and always has a shiny nos¢. In Caito, King Paronk |eamera talks tir dk ; eagle pinnt dhaliaoes j IAL 4 x
‘ a preser 1 . a hin hich sh a8 not T} t ore now | agreement : ‘
veh 4 a Re ye ee ie fle’ das Reuter Free @ On Page 8 en.-—Reuter ALCO SCOOO SSC SOVOSSS OOO OS SV OOOS OOOO SOO”
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Carib Calling

H's EXCELLENCY the Gov-
erno: Sir William Savage,
and Lady Savage will attend the

Schools’ Musical Festival Concert
at Combermere School this after-
noon at 3 o'clock, This concert is
given by the massed Choirs and
Soloists of the Elementary and
Secondary Schools, assisted by the
Police Band. At the conclusion of
the programme Lady Savage will
present the prizes to the winners
of this year’s competitions

Leaving Today
UE to leave this afternoon for
B.G., by B.W.1.A., are Mr.
Theodore Burkett and Mr. Harold
Manning. Also expected to leave

fer B.G., on the same flight are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gall, Mr. Gall
is Supt. of Police in Freetown,

West Africa.

RS. FRED MENDES and her
young daughter are return-
ing to Trinidad this afternoon by
B.W.I.A. They arrived a few
days ago on a short visit, and were
staying at Accra Guest House.

Visited Daughter

He is on long leave











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“Stil! only Bob a Job, a

that’s tantamount to a t
wage freeze!” t
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To Attend Brother’s ;
Wedding

R. DESMOND TUDOR





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Thomas
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and were

Back To The U.S.
RS. OLIVE GARDNER and
Mrs. George Case of Shaker
Heights, Ohio, left yesterday for
Puerto Rico by B.W.1.A. en route
to the U.S
Shaker Height
Cleveland.
Leaving by the same ‘plane was
Mrs. Harrietta Schenck of Michi-
gan. She is also on her way home
after spending the winter months
in Barbados. They were all guests
Marine Hotel

St. Croix Beaches Beiter
FTER two weeks’ holiday
- in Barbados, Mr. and Mrs
Ellett left yesterday for
uerto Rico by B.W.LA.. They are
n route to the U. S.
Mr, Ellett, who is a_ retired
rehitect of New York told Carib
hat prior to their stay’in’ Barba-
20s they had spent most of the
vinter months in St. Croix.
He thought that St, Croix had
setter beaches than Barbados, but

is just outside of

re added, Rockley beach is a very |
ovely beach, |
During their stay here they}
guests at the Moorings







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
nena a

Carib Boost | ys CEO EL SSS SESS LF OLP LPL PLE. = ene
Me A. N HARGREAVES = si ’ ’ , i
IVE f, Ce Vahovie. -photera-1& ASTOR THEATRE i}
pher chosen by T.C.A.| FLASH! HERE IT 1s te
to “shoot cenic movie colour 1X a Condi eT mt i 1
films of tourist resorts in the|% e Pena ere ieee aieatiae Poa . y= “ »
Caribbean is at present in Trini- iy “SUPE 4 a wt Ry rs man” } OPENING TODAY 5 and 8.30 W
dad. He has finished his work in} ino MECWhS.Oe Sak Day. }
the Bahamas, Nassau and|& Tee a ies ¢ Plus TONITE
Jamaica His. next stop will be x Sat. Midnight
Barbado: |< ON THE TOWN and BILLY THE KID TRUTH)? LOCAL TALENT

Mr. Hargreaves who left Mon 1% Here Double you must see Musical and Action ; Stranger Sh
treal near the end of January | ALOE CCSD LCL LOSES LPC GEES Whey Trevor Marshall
accompanied by _ his — and} eee b 3 a
nine-month-old daughter : “Song of Songs
cto, : s > . "
expected that his “tour will ans «|) AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) Hol Rayside
anne by the enq of is MATINEES: TO-DAY and TO-MORROW at 5 p.m oilman ayside
mont TO-NIGHT to SUNDAY NIGHT at 6.30 , ”
These colour movies will be/ff “\ LORETTA YOUNG—CELESTE HOLM Tennessee Waltz

used by T.C.A., in the company’s : ‘s . ea
Public Relation, Sales Promotion in “COME TO THE STABLE” St. Clair (Cab) Gibson
and General Information centres with HUGH MARLOWE—ELSA LANCHESTER-THOMAS GOMEZ

in Canada and the US., to boast

tourist travel. |
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:

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

FRIDAY,
6.30 am—i2.15 p.m.

Author: Clare Boothe Luce.





Film Classics Inc. Presents—

APRIL 6, 1951

19.60 M.

gee : with Louis HAYWARD, Binnie BARNES, Mariella LOTTI, Alan CURTIS You”
6.30 a.m. Take it from Here; 7 a.mi EXTRA: THE RHUMBA SHORT— TROPICAL TOPICS
The News; 7.10 a.m. News Analysts; ? ;
115 am. From the Editoriats; 7.25 aan, SATURDAY 9.30 a.m. & 1.30 p.m. (Two New Pictures) Mike Wilkinson
Programme Parade; 7.30 a.r From the Boris KAPLOFF (as Mr. WONG) in WONG IN CHINATOWN Tr
Third Programme; 8 a.m. Montmartre (A New Chinese Detective Mystery) “My Love Loves Me”

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Music, Dancing
Entertainment






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An R.K.Q. Radio Picture
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TODAY. 2.30, 4.45 & 8,30 p.m. and Continuing till MONDAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.

The PIRATES













“No Orchids For
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Sam Gordon
“If I Love You”

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“I Wish I Didn't Love

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ce . ey coat arine Cis Players; 6.15 a BROUGHT
R. BERT T. MACY of Chicago ' his flancée Miss Jean de Frei- Marine Gardens. 2.20 am, Elton Hayes: 8,45 a.m. Colonial The CISCO KID in REDING “Pir~ons: AROENTA. TRAIL THRILLINGLY ; ; .
M arrived from Trinidad yes- t@s left yesterday for St. Lucia by Lecturer : Questions; 9 a.m. The Ne 9.1 10 im, with GILBERT ROLAND TO UFE GUEST STAR:
ase * “He B.W.1.A. They have gone to R. JOHN CAMPBELL,; ‘ome News from Britain; 9.15 a, Clogs = ay THE .
— ae ah ae wis ~ attend the wedding of Mr. Denis a horti {|Down. 11 am. The. ¢ ; } MAKERS OF ERROL BARNET
iad been in Trinidad for three i lecturer on horticulture at) 11.20 a.m, Programme Parad | “CANON. CITY” wie eel
weeks visiting his daughter and @¢ Freitas (Jean’s brother) and the Imperial College of Tropical! Inter “cosh yg By rm DIAL ||| GAIETY
her husband who Is stationed in Miss Madge Quesnel. Miss de Frei- Agriculture, arrived from Trini- ta. is amd lopn Don : PLAZ A sock Warring Shorts:
Trinidad in the U.S. Navy. tas is to be a bridesmaid at the dad yesterday morning by] 4.15800 p.m 19.76 M OISTIN 8404 | _ (THE GARDEN) St. James BAGMARD BASEHART + SCOTT “CANON CITY’ BRADY ht
Mr. Macy is in the mining wedding B.W.LA., on a week's visit, He $$ ae ~ “to-day to Sunday” 8.90 pm An EAGLE‘LION FILMS Presentation “PIXIE PICNIC”
machinery business. He expects to They are due to return to Bar- jg a guest at the Hastings Hotel | nt. icy aa ae ners er iv’ bi Ft Teeday to Srnday 5 and | tat aa ke ee p.m. C}
iachinery business, : he , : © Gran etiona 6.15 pm. BBC 30 pk. (Warner) at fi mn,
leave here to-morrow for St hades to-morrow, For Puerto Rico Scottish Variety Orohestra: 6 p.m. Music Barre aaa , : p eS mete Ss n
Lucia, Martinique and Puerto Geologist RS. ELIZABETH JAPP who] !Gocris im, 15.04; SU: ANAS opt: Rete igen? vac ee Bice
i before a og eae o the Pur R. AND MRS. JOHN DE had been in Barbados since] —— : with eae ea on aE aa ‘
» is a guest a 1e Ocean View nmr & , 4 ace ar ¢ i 6.45 p.m "Y : " . : cPNS John § and other, ‘a
Hotel. . SISTO arrived from Vene- dsughter ‘Vicki lett pice yl cee Weak tannde 5 pose Midnite Sat’ 7, (ICO TO-DAY 2.30 p 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.
zuela via Trinidad yesterday by BWA. for Puerto Rico, Mrs,jn these Things: 8 pm. Padio Nowsreel Midnite Sat. 7. (R.K.O.) “CODE Or Mak wie SA ie ,
7 y by sh jese 1m. Radio Newsreel, f f WEST”
By No Means B.W.1.A. Mr. de Sisto is a geolo- Japp comes from Cincinnati, Ohio. 8.15 pn, English Magazin 5 OAS Dan ‘ara eee : with Robert MITCHUM a and Continuing to Monday at 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
‘ sis y > ene rs i omposers of the eek; 9 p.m orld “UNDE e ‘ mM" vEL SE §
i egpswe KING with some of the gg hen boy me ee eee 1S Pag aay — she it fairs. 8.18 pam. dee Loss and his GUN SMUGGLERS weith TIM HOLT
A ls yesterday I found that at caccoee , "A the guest o er daughter at| Grenesira;: p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m 4
they ps ee no means empty, bhp eee sy i guests at Greystone Flats, Marine Gardens. | Fron the Editorials; 10.88 pn Commun- F
9 2 ‘ ’ Pen 7 2 sm in Asia; 10.30 p.m, Rendezvous % =
and the season which is generally With C a P ‘ 1 From Portland TE Te pebase teomnint a
over at the end of this month is Y reole Petroleum R. AND MRS. RANDOLPH, p.m. Ring wp the Curtatr + =
still flourishing, f RRIVING from Venezuela via BINGHAM who arrived EMPIRE ROYAL £ 3
B.W.1.A., expect to re-intro- Trinidad yesterday morning from Trinidad earlier this week, TO-DAY 2.30 Only =
duce their Vehezuela Package by B.W.I.A., were My. and Mrs. left yesterday by B.W.ILA,, for) “MAR & nly TO-DAY to SUNDAY & i3
Tours in early May, If Venezuelans Eugene H. Pugh and their young Puerto Rico, en route to the U.S Jbs-a- -week TV Set ts ALL ABOUT EVE 4 30 and 8.30 = =
respond to these Package Tours as son. Here for a short holiday they Their home is in Portland, Oregon, r ‘ | Universal Double . 3 =
they did last year and during the are staying at Cacrabank. where Mr. Bingham is a manu- ~ “hae 14a. John HALL :
Easter holidays just over, the Mr. Pugh is a contractor with facturer of hydraulic equipment. Jam Stores forsn o oy en Maria MONTEZ-SABU = 2
hotels should have no slack peri- Creole Petroleum Corpn., statloned They were staying at the Ocean J. Art Rank t in 5 3
ods this year. at Maturin. View Hotel 5 ences iia J. Arthur Rank presents . . | -
; ; From NEWELL ROGERS aH atin oH pee fih ce 4 ‘4
NEW YORK, Tuesday. Peers “WHITE SAVAGE” 1/8 4
Y ] y 3y dialling ULster 5-4006 “ MBUS" ,
BY THE AY By BEACHCOMBER tonight you can have a 17-ineh elorers oie “ AND 5 P 3:
oo © square TV screen in a_ beautiful Co Goaerade. - THE WICKED ® 2
. i c r ‘ mahogany veneer cabinet tomor- aati ay 4 hs MY @ =
HE question. of sleeping in a normal, except for a look of ter- The accursed powgr which stands} yow for 5s. 5d. weekly : Florence ELDRIDGE & 1 ADY ” &
brimless bowler recalls the ror which passes over his face on Privilege The number is that of a TV Francis L. SULLIVAN ve: = se Q
story of the man who was unable when he sees a long heard (And goes with Women and| shop trying hard to sell _ its — with = ‘apri’ =
to decide whether to sleep with Suet’s Appeal Champagne and Bridge) immense stock on the never-never } } y ; .
his magnificent beard inside or HARL nates said a. a Press Broke—and Democracy resumed] pian, q ROXY James MASON & es LOUIS WAYWARD INANE BARNES ALAM CORTES - WURDAL RASIMOT -SUDOLPH SERATO watiziia Loti mo
outside the bedclothes. Gonterenas Gast nights § he~ reign What er happened? Last TODAY. (46 Gals Margaret LOCKWOOD gE AER GREICS omenan Proeont ty VICTOR PELE fon ty CORAL GLITE ces Tarwdol Concaton Petecw temeney oy Fiche CLASSICS. INE: =
ae = as io bes we ah ; : ae ceca | A ’ © ewsiesmennsieneeoniensincnscemstagiesineaintaniciaantisethedir es aieil 2 ‘ 4
gene sapien kept him oven “Unless the housewife saves NP eo ian enka Ohmedomeeay ee opener te ie _ $ Ae : 3 ; L:
Sised cnetiee isles, tne ACRES ME eens, Nama , Siaied Pin, roscton, Wale] = «kN OLYMPIC {2 B86 seat: nie site are OS
6 S, a 8 atio ay dete- y le i oe ‘ , ” ‘ mye =
would spread it outside them. riorate. Any inconvenience caus- The Fursuit (VI} orders, scarce materials, they HOLLYWOOD s and latest “WORLD NEWS 5
Which was it to be? Tnsomnia set ed to the Cup Final public by a O* they thudded hundreds | said, sioi TO-DAY & TOMORROW & _
in. He cut his beard off. But cutting down of their special and hundreds of exasperated Dealers rushed to — up. AND 4.30 and 8.15 a _TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY (Only) 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. t
he was so used to it being there trains must be laid at the door Men and women. It was like a; They expected panic buying; “ CRISIS ” : , | Petes , t
that he fidgeted . with is cree of the selfish householder who nemnneee of cattle. A wes way are shot up ‘ vat CRISIS Ist Inst. Republic Serial }
now jutting it out over the clothes se y his ; ir » coal so “" rollers was smashe anc ut in January alone mé a E “TT wy , ode:
now pulling it in under them. ae ee Sedct Gat teen: er trampied under foot. A waiter facturers made 639,000 _ sets. TO-NITE at 8.30. . ‘THE INVISIBLE g pa nea FaciniDincy ‘
And he would wake from an un- poses. Coal specially imported Who tried to divert the stream They are still at it. And house- & Continuing MONSTER ” iz i - 3
easy doze and feel for,the beard. from India was not meant to be had his shirt torn off. People holders refuse to buy at the}! ys Arthur Rank presents . . € ‘3 g
Yet time heals all, To-day he is frittered away on private began to shout fiercely, and to higher prices. > | Frederic MARCH in Along with the picture 8 Ei e i
hearths.” “i threaten jaaertened. women who That is why alluring advertise- }}| js o witco o-
stood in’ bedroom doorways. The} ments offer magnificent sets on 4 " “ WHISPERI) 06 0 Sie a fe
CROSSWORD Helicapter C. tesy Police parson, who had the loudest voice] terms “so easy you don’t have to CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ISPERING he eo a RI TISH. FeEOM ARLE ASS a
elicopter Courtesy Police eat ue i ; 1 ; FOOTSTEPS ”° SSS ee ;
ne crowd, was heard yelling,| save up.” . z ey - .
UST. in time to add to the fun aan rush it, now! Keep to- HITLER’S armoured. car may | spt Pees pty Starri B’TOWN DIAL 2310
of Professor Orfl’s traffic plan 8¢ther!” A member of the man-! be bullet-proof and fire-proof, bur Rees Starring
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HANDSTANDS . .
votes of censure.



Churchwarden Reports
On St. Michael’s Parish 220,000,000,000 Residents At Hindsbury

In his report to the Chairman
and members of St. Michael’s
Vestry, dated 27th March, Mr.
Bruce Weatherhead gave details
of his second term as Church-
warden,

St. Michael, he said, can now
boast of possessing one of the best
equipped laundries in the island
at its Almshouse.

The new Gas Cookers have been
installed: in the kitchen; and’,will,
no doubt, effect a saving in the
cost of fuel to say nothing of the
advantages of cleanliness, effi-
ciency, etc.

The old dynamo for driving the
water mill, has worn out after
more than 35 years service and it
was necessary to purchase a new
one, Provision will have to be
made this year for its installation,

Nightingale Memorial Home.
The number of children in resi-
dence at the Home is now thirty-
nine,

The only unpleasant incident of
the year with respect to Staff,
took place here, resulting in the
resignation or djsmissal of three
employees. However, everything
seems to be working quite well
again, The Matron continues to

and the children are happy and

maintain a very high standard Estimates but, as a result of con- cons
1950.

me to report that a gate at his
chapel needed a hinge.

I think the Vestry should revert
to the old practice of giving
Grapts-tr-Ald to the chapels and
allowing them to have the work
done to the satisfaction of the
Churchwarden as formerly.

The Cathedral. The Vestry is
required by law, to provide
everything negneaery. for the
maintenance’ of ‘the Cathedral and
all the Fequired repairs have been
carried out.

I am awaiting a Report by
Messrs. Law & Connell on the
gutters of the Cathedral, some of
which may need to be replaced.

The y.. tn dance
with the Vostty's infteustings, part
of the money put on the Estimates,
with a view to renting a smaller

lence fer the Dean, has been
4 to carry out ur; et sopee

he Deanery, but a lot remains
to be done if isis’ residence is to
be made really habitable.

St. Paul’ St. Matthews.
Repairs Nite p done to the
Vicarages attached to these
Chapels as vided for in the

flicting reports by the Buildings

well. Supervisor and Contractors who
were invited

It is obvious, said Mr. Weather-
head, that an extension of the
Home is an urgent necessity and
the Board instructed the Building
Supervisor to prepare a plan for
extending the top floor and pro-

te do repairs to the
roofs of the chapels, I considered
it advisable to obtain a proper
survey of each roof. This was
done by Messrs. D. M. Simpson &
Co., who recommend that both

viding a proper kitchen on the roofs be replaced. Their report is

northern side of the building, The
present kitchen is below the level

of the yard and creates problems decide whether it

apanelbility to replace the roofs of
es

with respect to drai j

“The Vestry will Trecall that
the Central Government was
asked for assistance to extend the
Home but replied that this would

alre in the hands of the Vestry
Piet and the Vestry will have to
is their re-

e chapels.

St,, Mary’s Chapel. The neces-
Sary repairs have been done and

be a very low priority on their 2 saving effected. The windows

programme. I suggest therefore
that the money donated by the
late Dr. W. H. Nightingale and
which is still in the Bank, be used
for this purpose at the earliest
opportunity.”

Outdoor Relief, During the year
the Outdoor Department for
Medical Relief was removed from
the Almshouse to the Parochial
Buildings and the indications are
that the change was fully justified.

Not only are persons attended
to daily at the Clinic, instead of
twice each week as formerly at
the Almshouse, but there has been
an appreciable increase in the
number of persons attending the
Clinic, and Saturday mornings are
specially devoted to children when
the District Nurses render very
valuable assistance,

The number of Tickets issued
for Outdoor Medical attention for
the period 25th December 1950 to
24th March 1951, was 1,616 as
compared with 512 for the corre-

sponding period of the previous respect of the Moravii

year.

It is also proposed to remove th
Dispensary from the Almshouse to
the Parochial Buildings and
already a room adjoining. the
Clinic, has been converted for this
purpose. It only remains for the
Dispenser and the Drugs to move
in.

The number of Monthly Pen-
sioners is now 1,169 and, on the
Weekly Pension List, there are
now 732,

It is hoped that the provisions
of the new Separation and Main-
tenance Bill will tend to relieve
the Board of some of the relief
now granted in respect of chil-
dren,

The extra Vote for “Outdoor
Clothing” has been used to relieve
children from all elementary
schools in the parish and, gener-
ally speaking, this assistance
seems to be the most sought after.

The Food Centre continues
to provide a daily meal for those
who want it and the ayerage daily
number receiving this form of re-
lief for the year was 182.

Gas Cookers have also been in-
stalled in the kitchen at Queen’s
Park for the use of the Centre and
the Superintendent reports a great
improvement both in cost and
efficency,

Repairs to Chapels Etc. It used
to be the practice for the various

Church Committees to submit to €

the Vestry each year, an account
of the repairs which it was neces-
sary to carry out to their chapels
together with an estimate of the
cost and a request for assistance,

portion of the money as a Grant-

in-Aid in accordance with the

the money and had the work done.
The Vestry ant was paid ou:
when the hurechwarden was
eatisfied that the work was com-
plete.

In recent years, however,, the
Vestry seems to have taken full

responsibility for the repair and the Board of Guardians. Legisia-
maintenance of all the chapels tiv
and, it is obvious that the money co

provided by the Vestry is all that
is being spent on the chapels.

Besides providing the money, pay tot

pi Pe View ge have been replaced
but provision will have to 5)
made in the new Estimates
painting.

The

6t, Bernebes ch *
boundary wall, enclosing the

grounds of the chapel has been
completed at a cost of slightly
more than the amount provided
in the Estimates.

St, Ambrose Chapel. The work
at this chapel was done and a dis-
pute between the Buildings Super-
visor and the Contractor on the
matter of “extras” was referred to
the Vestry. On the instructions
ef the Vestry, I engaged the
services of Mr. A. B. Franklin—
Contractor—to value the work and
he reported in favour of the Con-
tractor.

St., Stephen’s and St. Leonard’s.
The repairs to these chapels were
duly carried out.

Grants-in-Aid.

for

The Grants in

t Chapel,
James Street Wesleyan Chapel and
“Inve ” Mission House were
spent satisfactorily. I regret,

however, to report that the
amounts provided by the Vestry in
B

respect of Bethel Methodist Chapel
and New Testament Church
of God is all that has been spent

by them in repairs during the
year, to the buildings for which
the grant was requested,

Queen’s Park. All the necessary

repairs have been carried out but

Qunt provided for repairs

neg proved to be hope-

lessly inadequate as it was found

necessary to replace almost the
entire roof,

Almshouse. I should like to
draw to the attention of the Vestry
the fact that the copper gutters at

Almshouse are in

cracking due to expansion and

contraction, This is a source of _ Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
- it that th OW com
much wol ape he and jldate “with “the following” ships
ntion. through their coast station :—
“ oe 1B gs re funds re- Ss. Cavina, S S Golfito, 8.S. Canadian
Â¥} 2 unds Constructor, S.S. Wolf Creek, SS. Spe-
quest ‘om the Central Goyerp: cialist, S.S. Explorer, SS. Alcoa Pen-
ment for the enclosure of the See 8S Alco Fairict, 2S elie
2 rtow! end, Trncol _ sb.
“Princess Alice” Playing-field Miierry Hil, S'S
have only been just received. It Sacona, 28 8 Wengeslao,, as cave
7 . SS. Successor, ula,
was “se possible, therefore to Have gXiinern Districts, S.8 S Velino, SS
this done during the year. The kura, SS. Atlantic Mariner, S$ S

the roof of the erie.
to be repaired with plastic ad
leaks from several cracks i

ruberoid roofing.

future.
The recommended






presentl for pur ral Post Office as under:— o
chase o: b Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails
Year at 2.30 p.m. on the 6th April, 1951. _
. ri ‘AILS for British Guiana by the Sch
the Le ; lis to pease H. DAVIDSON will be closed at
consolid ie es of the General Post Office as under:—

Parochial Treasurer, the Church-

the six-foot
Jengths resulting in considerable

sh was cleared and grass plant-

During, recent
r more leaks have i ed
and provision for further repairs
The Vestry then provided a will have to be made in the near

site “at
Vestries Act and the Church Com- Welches has been purchased by
mittee provided the remainder of Government, and negotiations are

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U.S. National Output Dum

ping Area Annoy

In 1950 Reached

WASHINGTON, D.C.
The total output of goods and
services in the United States rose
from $256,000,000,000 in 1949 to
$280,000,000,000 in 1950, according
to a U.S. Commerce Department

rt.
"ine Department attributes this
increase chiefly to healthy business
growth that was in progress before
the Communist aggression began
in Korea.

The national income, which
mé€asures output in terms of earn-
ings of labour and property arising
frém current production, increased
fram $217,000,000,000 in 1949 to
$236,000,000,000 in 1950.

Total individual earnings in the
United States amounted to $223,-

000,000 in 1950 compared with
$206,000,000,000 in 1949. Employed
persons earned $152,000,000,000 in
1950, representing an $11,500,000-
000 gain over the 1949 figure.

Americans spent $191,000,000.-
000 in 1950 for such consumer
goods as food, clothing, cars, and
household appliances. This sum
also includes expenditures for such
services as transportation, house-
hold operations, and recreation.
Consumer expenditures in 1949
amounted to $179,000,000,000.

Domestic investments by Ameri-
totalled $49,000,000,000 in
The figure for 1949 was
$33,000,000,000.

Manufacturing companies earned
$72,500,000,000 in 1950, a 15-per
rt ee over 1949. The earnings
of ing, contract construction,
communications, and public utili-
ties companies increased more
than 10 per cent in 1950, and all
private non-farm induStries re-
corded a 5-to_7 per cent gain.

Agriculture was the only major
industry in which income did not
gain in 1950. Reduced crop pro-
duction was the chief factor for
the decrease from $17,400,000,000
in 1949 to $17,000,000,000 in 1950.



NEW TAX
JOHANNESBURG,

Tall dogs are to be taxed in
Natal. Owners of those more than
15 inches high at the shoulder,
living in sheep breeding areas,
are to pay £5 a year, This ends
a five-year search for the legal
definition of a dog which can kill
sheep.

COAL PRICES UP
PARIS, April 4.
France is to raise coal prices at
the pithead by an average of 13
per cent., it was learned here to-
day from the French Coal Board.
—Reuter.

Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay

MV. Sedgefield, Sch. Gloria Henrietta,
Sch, Adalina, Sch, Marea Henrietta,
ich. Henry D. Wallace, Yacht Caribbee,
Sch, Laudalpha, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch
D'Ortac, Sch. Emeline, Sch. Lydia Adina
S8., Sch. Wonderful’ Counsellor,
Buckaroo, Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch
Blue Nose Mac, M.V, T. B. Radar, M.V.
Blue Star, M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Hai
Whittaker, Soh. Enterprise S.,

rriet
Sch.
Sunshine R., Sch. Turtle Dove

ARRIVALS
8.8. Benny, 2,123 tons net, Capt.
Pedersen, from Halifax via Curacao;

ye. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt

umbs, from Dominica.

DEPARTURES

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

Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons net,
Capt. Clouden, for Dominica,

$.S. Mulberry Hill, 4,223 tons net,
Capt, Campbell, for London,

S.S. Student, 4,443 tons net,
Pemberton, for Trinidad

SS. Benny, 2,123 tons net,
Pedersen, for Trinidad.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Capt.
Capt.

fina, S S. Beattice, $.S. S Tudeni, S.S

cport, $$ Agyin
tad, S S. Cornell, 9 S_ Orinoco, S$ $

had
- Casablance, $8. Ionian Pioneer.

MAIL NOTICES

MAILS for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-

at, Nevis ahd St. Kitts by the M.V
GARIBBER will be cl % the Gen

fal Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at 10 a.m. Registered and
Ordinary Mails at 2.30 p.m. on the 6th

a 1951.
AILS for St. Lucia
ARISE $. will be closed at th

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Matis

warden’s Clerk and the Clerk to at 2.30 p.m, on the 6th April 1951.

ances to retired Parochial

ployees and to give restrospective
in the employ of the g4 1/107 pr

the Vestry now undertakes to do Parish d g 1948.

the actual work and the Church-
warden has the responsibility of urer fia
carrying out the necessary repairs. funds to carry on for a few weeks @ 1/10" pr

During the year I had the ex- before haying to borrow from the

still has

perience of one Vicar coming to Banks.

sanction was also obtained !o
inue the cost-of-living a

Finance, The Parochial Treas-
availble enough



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APRIL 5, 1951
ANADA
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. Demand
Drafts 62.05% pr
Sight Drafts 61 9/106 x
Cable
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MR. G. H. EDWARDS, a re: ident of Hinds»bury Road, told

the Advocate yesterda

of the nuisance of smoke on his

remises coming from the dumping area aback of his house.
e also said that dead animals are thrown on this land

and the dogs drag them on to hi
happens, as it often does, the stench is almost unbearable.

Senator Wants Spain
In-N.A.P. Defence”

WASHINGTON, April 4.

The United States Senate voted
48 to 41 today in favour of invit-
ing Western Germany and Spain
into the North Atlantic defence
programme.

Senator Joseph McCarthy suc-
ceeded in adding this to the troops
tor Europe resolution against the
wishes of the Administration. The
McCarthy amendment suggested
that a revision of the European
defence plans should be consider-
ed to permit the use of a volun-
tary basis of the military and
other resources of Western Ger-
many and Spain and not exclud-
Ing “any other nation” from con-
tribution to European defence.

—Reuter.

Killed Four

CONWAY: Mo. April 4.

A 23-year-old farmer today ad-
mitted pumping a volley of shots
through a farmhouse window and
killing four persons. Sheriff E. I,
Cunningham identified the farmer
as Kenneth Essery who lives near
the scene of the slayings, and said
he verbally admitted the shootings
which occurred last night about
four miles southeast of here in
Ozark hills in southern Missouri.

Four persons who responded to
a call for aid from the farm family
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Prosecuting Attorney John
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THE sea of mud which has
added nearly a million pounds



to the bill for the Festival Gar-



arise,

But now only two acres of mud
remain, Road tankers were kept
going day and night defying the

corners and bends in the roads which over a
period of years the Director of Highways
and Transport has been endeavouring to

Friday, April 6, 1951 dens at Battersea is at last con-
quered,
Once it flowed over 15 acres
x i owe, half the aoe : ,
t bogged down e dispirited
WwW IDER ROADS army of 1,700 workmen foi
months. Not a building could
DESPITE the widening of main roads __ {be finished.
sane : And it almost drowned Mr.
within the last few years there is much to | Morrison's hopes that Britain’:
be done. There are several dangerous city of fantasy and fun would

rain and sucking up lakes of

remove. sludge,
; , Whcle streets of blitzed London
But there are many obstacles to improve- |jouses were hurled. into the
ment morass as five-foot deep rvbble.
i Overtime rates and repeated
A bonuses which have shot up the
In some instances, and these have been workmen’s wages to an’ average
few, owners have objected to the removal ae aod en sean week

“ Sp: é “kK.

of walls or the giving up of-a few*square It is'continu:ng over ‘Easter so
r ‘ such cases . as » that‘ all roads and paths may
feet of land. In such cases work has been be fihished in the next ten days.
left over because of the pressing necessity For only five weeks remain

sefore the opening on May 3, and
still not one building is ready.

Photo finish

Festival chiefs say it will be a
pheto finish—given reasonable
weather, more night gangs, trade
union agreements to work longer
overtime, and a good response
by the men for a final sustained
spurt that may net them up to
£20.a week,

Yet it is still depressing to tour
the site as I did in gum boots.

They have been floundering

of other works of improvement.

In St. Michael itself there has been the
widening of the Welches Road Corner, the
widening of Culloden Road and the removal
of the blind corner at Collymore Rock
corner and more recently in Christ Church
the bends at St. Lawrence near Top Rock
have been removed and the road widened.
These are only a few of many instances in
which money for improvements has been
spent. But much more is needed. general impression persists of
forests of scaffolding, thousands
dilong the highway Wailing: febrer'Eagle | of pepe renee terion
Hall to Speightstown there are no less than jof eoiled-up wire leading nowhere
twenty bends which might be widened with (ae tea-drinking Trish. end
great advantage to pedestrians and motor- , ee
ists alike. And other instances will spring |
to the minds of readers acquainted with

other roads in the island.

‘65, committee’

WORTHY TRIBUTE

stewards. Among them are those
. of overtime.
as a whole if in the districts where the De-

over the site and presented them
: H 4 e
tion. It is not merely for the benefit of th ah INF gga gg Aer
from the mud.
lead to an improved value of the property

pinnacles and palaces,

£770,000 (estimated loss £100,000)

of pleasure for Londoners.

LAST night members of the House of ;

biggest tent im ‘the ;world\+~ ‘the

O.B.E., Leader of the Opposition who has open-air dance floor.

In the centre is a hut occupied
by the comfhittee of 65) shop
who have grdered the | petty

It would be in the interest.of the island strikes and restricted the amount

was the shop stewards who

partment is willing to effect such improve- | invited a party of Soviet women
ments, there was greater public co-opera- with a bouquet.

But Mr. Morrison can take

road user but of the property owner himself have prefabricated his dreamland
P : :
when the improvements to the highway | in “thousands of sections away

Skeleton frames can. be clad

in the district overnight to form gay towers and

Qut of his mudlark that has
rocketed in cost from the original
to © £2,500,000 (estimated loss
£1,500,000) will came‘ six months

Not far away they have in-

- |serted the last stitches in the
Assembly held a dinner at the Assembly ggest | World hes “thie
. j ; ru and canary yellow 7 1g)
Rooms in honour of Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, Viaeeanade” to-go -etepot the
served continuously as a member of the i SERS
House for 20 years.

Twenty. years as. a servant-of the public
is a record of whi¢h any Barbadian, could
reasonably be proud, but in the case of Mr.
Wilkinson, an Englishman who threw in his
lot with the people of this island and has
shared in their joys and sorrows, their mis-
fortunes and their successes it is an
achievement all the more worthy of praise.

LONDON,

The need for more Colonial
artists and technicians and less
lawyers was discussed with me
this week by Jamaican sculptor
Ronald C, Moody. He termed it
“this deplorable dearth of aesthe-
tie sensibilities in the Colonies,”

Colonials sometimes argue,
Moody said, that the environment
in thé’ Colonies is not conducive
to aesthetic pursuits. But this
argument he regards as poor and

Mr. Wilkinson was first elected member
for St. James succeeding the late C. B.

: : _ ‘ao in || | ineffective justification of the
Austin and has given unbroken service in charae of, dndifferente. towards
the House of Assembly since. art. It was up to educated Col-

onialg. to create a society which
provided an acknowledged place
for the arts,

He has also served as a member of the
Vestries of St. Michael and of St. James

and he is still an active member of the The. real. trouble, lamented
J Moody, — the man who aban-
Vestry of St. James. doned: the dentist’s' forceps for

the sculptor’s chisel -— was that
in the Colonies, especially in the
West Indies, a man who is not a
membér of the leading profes-
sions, has “little or no status,”
And this clearly proved to him
that a good many Colonials had
a distorted sense’ of the true
value of education,’ Colonial
parents must guide not compel

On other boards appointed by the Legis-
lature he has given.distinguished service
and he will be remembered as the last
Chairman of the Central Road Board before
it was superseded by a Government De-
partment,

their’ -children regarding the

8 a practice isiness. Mr. Wil- choice of careers,
AS p practical man of bu 5 Dr: 8S, D Cudjoe, a West
kinson’s presence in the House of Assembly African ‘physician’ in London,

joined in to support Moody. A
new Colonial spirit must reveal
itself not only in a struggle for
politig¢al emancipation, but also,

is fortunate for an island where politicians
to-day are not generally chosen for this
quality. But Mr. Wilkinson is more than
a businessman alone. His wide and varied a
interests have brought him into contact
With all classes and he is a’ gentleman,
skilled in courtesy. The members of the
House whether. of the Government or the
Opposition are his colleagues and so great
is the affection for him among members of
that body that he is rightly regarded as the

‘Bathing: Beaches

Fo- The Editor; The Advocate—
SIR,—After spending a delight-
ful nine weeks in Barbados, Mrs,
Heming and I wish to convey
our sincere thanks to our many
friends there. To Mrs, Williams
ChiefeCommisstoner~ “And” Miss



Father of the House. Norah Burton and other officials
+ wet] Offs en uy Gui Governor

Savageand ‘Liady- age and the

Barbados Publicity Board, who

gave us a splendid welcome, We
hope to come again next year,

5 +
NOT A BEAN
THE total area of Barbados is said to be
106,470 acres. It is estimated-that 94,346
acres are agricultural land.

There is only one fault to find.
and it concerns bathing. In 1949
bathers were rather discouraged
having to face a dead dog that
floated around for some time,
While, I was bathing I put my

According to the Department of Science* «| fagtlidto @ utensil, usually found

and Agricultre Bulletin No. 11 of October, only+‘in bedrooms; “and” which
1947, peasant holdings were 30,752 compris- _; 8°&S by more names than any

other article on earth, Would ib
not be a simple matter to have
two men _ patrol. the — bathing
beaches, and gather in all grape-
fruit, orange skins, dead animals;
tins and other ; refase, “Thus
keeping the ‘beaches clean and
aitra¢tive to tourists,

ing an estimated area of 17,283 acres.
In addition 12,124 acres are available for
rock out-crops, coast-land urban areas and
purely residential properties. ,

Why then does the Department of Agri-
culture maintain such a low stock of beans, Yours very truly,
so low that one individual applying for _ CHAS. W, HEMING.
beans three times within 7 weeks has been | 21 Main met East,
told “No beans”. If the Department of | tyaciane
Agriculture has not sufficient staff to order | April 2, 1951.
the quantities of beans and other garden | 37
seeds required by public demand, would it Footbati
not be in the public interest to hand over | To The Editor, The Advocates»
the buying of seeds to a private commer- SIRI have avoided entering
? Surely “grow more food” is the | any newspaper controversy over

cial firm ?
one motto that we all support {the football issue with the Pick

there since last March, but the /





BARBADOS

anoeTE| «=Morrison’s Mudlark

ON MAY 3?

The 37,000 tulips are planted
and sparrows are already nesting
in the ornamental trees.

Sideshows

A hundred of Britain's most
expert showmen are standing by
with their 130 sideshows and
rides, two imported on _ special
licence from America, one from
Germany .

Every novelty is at hand, even
a flying saucer, to delight the fun—
seeker—every novelty, that is,
except a Fat Lady.

Big Berta from Switzerland,
who weighs 42st. 6lbs., offered
to come over, but Festival Gar—
dens Ltd. said “No. She wouldn’t
last on our rations.”

Taxpayers may get some of
their money back at the candy-
striped booths—all the prizes
must be of “good design” and
“no copper watches passed off
as gold timepieces.”

In Arcadia

But the gardens will be only
one-fifth amusement park. They
will indeed be mainly an
Arcadian paradise that perhaps
Mr. Morrison wants to perpetuate
in real life.

Listen to Mr. James Gardner,

Future Of Art In The Colonies

Hy E. B. Timothy

he said in an urge for more com-
plete expression in the different
fields of culture, A tragedy
common to the Colonies today
was that only a negligible per-
centage of Colonial political
leaders had been, simultaneously,

pioneers in the field of cultural
activities,
When I asked what other

factors besides parental coercion
and the desire to become a pro-
fessional man (because of the
status it confers) had contributed
to the small number of Colonials
pursuing artistic vocations, Moody
replied:

“Life for an artist or writer is
financially precarious and, for a
beginner, hazardous in the ex-
treme. To be an artist requires
discipline, and a disciplined life
is mot one which appeals to a
good number of Colonials,

“The over-riding factor’ he
added, “is that Colonial painters,
sculptors, musicians and writers
have an unpredictable future in
the Colonies, Consequently, most
of those who have been to
Eurcpean countries prefer to
make their homes there, They
may not be a_ financial success
there, but if their work shows
merit, they are, at least; accorded
some recognition which is absent
in Colonial societies.”

Emphasising the importance of

{OUR READERS SAY:

Wick Club and the B.A.F.A., but
since it has pleased Mr, J. H-
Ghannon, a tormer Secretary of
the B.A.F.A., to drag my name
into the issue, because I said that
M. E. K. Walcott, former Presi-
dent of the B.A.F.A., never at-
tended a meeting of the Associa-
tion or the Council for the past ten
years, and made a motion that
Major A. R. Foster, M.B.E. be
President; I must let Mr. Shannon
and the public know that I regard
the Office of the President of the
B.A;F.A.,—one—that the holder
must show his) interest, not only
in giving ddvice behind the sereen,
but at least attending some of the
meetings to hear the views of the
menibers.

I pointed out that Sir Allan Col-
lymore is the President of the Bar-
bados Cricket Association and
‘Chief Justice of this Island, and
he finds time to attend the meet-
sng of the B.C.A.

Moreover, I stated that if Mr.
Waleott could be made a Patron
or Honorary member, I had no
objection,

I am a democrat and helieve in
democratic institutions, and am
not afraid to express my opinion
on any matter, irrespective of the
person or persons it offends

Yours faithfully,

F. L. WALCOTT
Bank Hall,
St. Michael,
April 5, 1951.
Drainage

To The Editor, The Advoc4:

SIR,— I read with interest and







ADVOCATE

—_————_—__—



The Law Governing Elections

} By GUY EDEN

| (Political Editor of the “Daily Express”, London)
THE law governing elections in Britain—
whether to Parliament or to local government
bodies—is rigidly applied. Even the most
technieal and inadvertent breach-of the strict
irules laid down by statute for the conduct of
elections, will lead to severe action, and
{possibly the unseating of a candidate who
has won by what are adjudged to be illegal
methods. A Member“of Parliament, for in+

stance, may be deprived of his seat in the
House of Commons for even a_ technical

breach of the law by someoue who has been,
technically, acting for him.

This severe insistence on strict adherence
to the law finds general support among all
parties, for its aim is to ensure that there is
nothing approaching corruption or unfairness
jin the election of the nation’s governing
bodies. The law as it now stands in Britain—
it is among the most rigid in the world—has
| grown up over the centuries and is the result
lof long experience in the practice of democ-
racy. It is also the result of long experience
in the action which ever-enthusiastic sup-

| porters of a political cause are liable to take
in support of their candidate.

THE SECRET BALLOT

So secret is the modern voting system that
it is virtually impossible for anyone to know
; how any voter has cast his vote. Everyone
{concerned with the conduct of the poll is
Gaon to secrecy, with heavy penalties, in-
cluding imprisonment, for any breach of
| trust.

Candidates themselves, and their agents,
are forbidden to take any part in the regis-
‘the head designer, interpretin; | tering of votes which is entirely conducted
a as it takes shape arounc'hy the “returning officer’. This official is

“We are creating a picturesque ; usually the Mayor or other civic official in
poe Sasi becipieeanan idaen wae the constituency concerned, and he receives
in another State — not Br.tain,}a direct communication from the Parlia-
plac thes cob due efi not an} mentary authorities ordering him to super-

vise the election of a Member of Parliament.

From the moment he receives such an in-

struction, the returning officer is in command,
and he has to see that all the requirements of
the law are complied with. It is his task to
receive the “nominations” of candidates.
These are handed in at stated times giving the

“One of the beer gardens will | full names and professions or occupations of
be nostalgically Edwardian. There} the candidates and the names of their nomin-

are avenues of shops shaped like F
be old tea caddy. M4 ators, who must be local residents and elec-







“It will be a three-dimensional |
stage in which ordinary people
will walk and live.

“One piazza, for instance, will
be the market square of a fairy |
town. The boating pool will be
like an old English harbour.

‘Nell Gwynns’



“There will be wandering! tors, although the candidate need not be.
minstrels, Nell Gwynns selling With h q . :
oranges, pretty girls in perioc ith each nomination, the nominators must

dress crying ‘Old Lavender.’ hand in, in cash, the sum of £150, which is

“And at night the mae wil. | forfeited if the candidate fails to poll fewer
glow with the finest coloured a 2 ih
illuminations ever seen in this than one eighth of the total votes cast in the
as eft aig Gant election. This is intended to discourage

P.S.:—All this fun, weather; g- . oh
permitting, flippant nominations and the system has gen-

—L.E.S. | eral support among all parttes. it is not in-

tended to discourage minority opinion, and,
in the opinion of most, does not have this
effect, since (so it is argued) it must be a very
minority opinion which cannot muster one-
eighth of the votes cast!
GOES TO NATIONAL FUNDS

If it is forfeited, the money goes to the
national funds, and thus, indirectly, helps to
pay for the election. If it is not forfeited, the
money is handed back soon after the declara-
tion of the election result.

Once the period allowed for nominations
has been closed, it is not possible for 2

candidate to withdraw, and, if he does not

cnials forge ahead, however.) Pursue his campaign and, as a result, fails to
Recently in London, Miss Beryl

McBurnie, a Trinidadian, deliv- Wet one-eighth of the votes, his £150 is
ered an illustrated lecture on the| forfeited,

cultural activity in any. society,
Dr. T. O. Elias, a Colonial lectur-
er in the law at the University
College, London, declared that
there MUST be great artists,
writers, musicians and scientists
in the Colonies, “There is little
doubt,” added Dr, Elias, “that
much of the present Malaise of
the younger generation of Colon-
ials is due to a neglect of the
emotional and aesthetic side of
their life.”

Cultural activities affecting Col

“Folkl n Dan of the : Bits

West Indim? This month} Zhere are strict limits on the amount of
the West African Writers, and] Money a candidate may spend in his election
Artists, Club depict aspects of

campaign—roughly £750 in an ordinary town
constituency. It is laid down by law pre-
cisely how much may be spent, and the
slightest excess has to be accounted for.

The amount allowed is related to the
estimated expense involved in ensuring that
the electors are given sufficient information
on which to form an opinion, Thus, in scat-
tred areas, a little more is allowed than in the
more compact towns. This is because of the
3reater distances to be covered by candidates
and speakers, and is intended to meet the
extra cost of travel.

From the moment the contest begins, all
money spent to promote a candidature begins
to “count’—whether the candidate authorises
it or not. Even the general literature issued
from party headquarters, designed to promote

West African culture at an
augural meeting in London.

English friends and cultural or-
ganisations in Britain have shown
great interest in the cultura’
development of the Colonies and
the cultural activities of Colonials
in Britain, Colonial artists also
receive a warm reception in this
country. It is not unlikely, there-
fore, that as Colonials return to
their own country, the cultural
influence and life enjoyed in
Britain may move them to in-
fluence their own societies.

ers ate And When that happens,
the status of Colonial artists ana
writers will, I feel sure, improve.

in-

respect H. C. Sealy’s _ letter
appearing in your paper Friday
March 16th, and I am herewith
giving you further proof of his

charge against the Government ;

and in my case the past Govern-|the interests of the party as a whole counts

ments as well, of their utter! proportionately against candi : -

indifference to the question of P mn y 6 7 eo

drainage. penditure. Over-enthusiastic supporters are
When Mr, Scott-Bushe wa: | deterred from -S] i -

Engineer of the Central Road ire Spending by the know

Board, he changed the levels of
Bay Street between the Esplanadc
and Chelsea Road-—I personall)
drew his attention to ‘the result:
in an interview I had w th hir
on the spot—he was accompaniec
by Mr. Edwards who ig still or
the staff of Department of High
ways & Transport,

ledge that their actions may not on!y lose
their candidate his seat in Parliament, but the
right to stand again for election for a perioc
of years. This, again, has general approval
severe as it is, for it is aimed at keeping elec.
toral contests “clean” and above reproach.
Any form of bribery is as strictly forbidden*
The buying of a single meal or drink for ¢

Soon after Mr. Skinner wa:| prospective voter mi .
appointed rain fell for 1 hou por eF ight cost a, Menjher 0}

Parliament his seat. And, here again, the
actions of his supporters are, in the eyes of
the law, his own actions, bringing the severest’
penalties. : . Ts

The whelesaim ofsthe law, iNyrelation te
elections, is to eliminate any suggestion o/
unfair methods or of buying the suppert oi
the electors. To some extent it is a reacticn
from the methods of the past, which are now

condemned by all. But few who have at
heart the importance of making democracy
work would want any relaxation in the sever

between 3 and 4 p.m.—the resuli
—SHOT HALL LANDS WERE
FLOODED. Mr. Skinner’ was
informed—he very kindly v sited
the site and saw for himself—
again he was accompanied by the
same Mr. Edwards. Again. in
1949 this area was flooded

The Director of Medical Ser-
vices has visited and inspected
this site and even the Ag. Govy-
ernor Mr. Peronne.’ The D.M.S.
stated you have a moral case,
and the Ag. Governor thought the
drainage should be changed—but
the Governor in Executive Com-

mittee decided in its greatlity cf the law : ey f . risk
“Wisdom” to do Nothing. Abso- ri oy For they feel that the risk}
lutely nothing. cf ©ver-severity is to be preferred to the risk
Yours faithfully of corruption—tha “te inate anf man

R. ARCHER McKENZIE i ption—that mortal enemy of true}

5.4.51, democracy. j





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HONOURED

BY LEGISLATURE

MR. G. H. ADAMS
House of Assembly last

at

Was @ man and a politician
half way and as leader of th
for the sake of onnosition.

Mr.

dams was Propors.g the
toast

“The Guest of Honour’
which was seconded by Mr. J. E
T. Brancker.

The dinner was given by the
Speaker of the House of Assembly
Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, in hon-
our of Mr. Wilkinson's continued
#crvice as a member of the General
Assembly.

Mr. Wilkinson, the oldest mem-
ber in the House. is the repre-

sentative for the Parish of St.
James and

had served in that
constituency for 20 successive
years.

Other tcasts were : “The House”
moved by Hon. J. D. Chandler
and seconded by Mr. L. 5. R.
Gill, “Past Members” moved by
Mr, W. W. Reece and seconded
by Dr: H. G. Cummins, “The
Ciairnae moved “ky Hon’bie
g

N. Turner, to which Mr. Hus-
bands replied,

His Honour the Spesker was
Chairman at the dinner. Covers
were laid for 25,

_ Mr. Adams said that although
it Was the custom that after din-
ner speeches should be humorous
he was not likely to be humorous
because it was a unique occasion,
With respect to the position of
the guest of honour and himself,
he thought that on that occasion,
it called for something out of the
ordinary as far as humour was
concerned,

It was with very real pleas-
ure, he was able to move the
toast to Mr, Wilkinson whom they
all liked and respected very
much,
_ As far-as he knew, it was the
first occasion in this century and
beyond, that the House had felt
it a duty and a pleasure to come
together on an oceasion to com-
memorate a long period of service
to a member of the House.

It was a great tribute to his
personal qualities that although
they might in the past, have been
other persons in the House of
Assembly quite as long as Mr.
Wilkinson, it never occurred to
members of. the House before to
have a dinner in the honour of an
old member,

The Secret

He thought that the real secret
of Mr, Wilkinson’s personal qual-
ities was to be found in a state-
ment which he made to him quite
recently in which he said “Adams,
you and I are coming more and
more to think alike, I don’t know
if you are copying me or I am
copying you.”

Mr. Adams said that Mr, Wil-

kinson should not be in any
doubt as to who was copying
who, He felt everyone of them

of any political persuasion whether
Labourite, Conservative or other-
wise, felt that while

they, in
accordance with their political
feeling of judgment which went
with the attitude of politics,

might have secondary differences
yet there was latent in the minds
of them, the real appreciation
for the sterling work of their col—
leagues.

He was sure everyone would
think that if there were more
members of the Opposition like
Mr, Wilkinson, politics would be
almost a family affair, in spite of
the difficulty with which he had
to keep some of his junior col-
leagues quiet.

Mr. Wilkinson did manage to
see the sterling common sense of
the Government and Govern-
ment members. He hoped that
Mr. Wilkinson would not blush
when he said that for all the
years he had known him, he
would meet one half-way. He
would see your point, He would
realize, unlike some of his col-
leagues that the Government
might possibly be right.

Party Union

If they in Barbados should
ecntinue to have a Government
such as they had at present and
an Cpposition led by a _ parlia-
mentarian as far seeing as Mr.
Wilkinson, far from having party
friction, they would have party
union,

He felt that all of them should
pay tribute to the fact that Mr.
Wilkinson had never yet been
heard to oppose for the sake of

opposition, He had never yet
been small-minded not to give

credit where credit was due,

Mr. Wilkinson did not just
throw bricks at the Government.
be brought along a brick and
helped to construct the building.

Mr. Adams said_ that they
weuld be sorry if Mr, Wilkin-
son went out of politics soon.
Tt would be a genuine regret on
the part of every Government
member and equally on the part
of members of his party.

They in Barbados were more
advanced than any colony in the
British Empire. Their constitu-
tion was the best outside of tne
Dominions and was the best in
the Empire. Their sense of re-
evonsibility was really great,
They had a political atmosphere

second to none in the British
territory. ;

From the bottom of his. heart
and from the hottom of the

hearts of all, he said that they
were proud to know Mr, Wilkin-
son aS a man and a politician.
Aithough they would like to cap-
ture his seat, even his (Mr.
Adams’) group would be extreme-
ly sorry when he was gone, -;

Happy Precedent

Mr. Wilkinson replying said that
he was overwhelmed by the re-
ception given him that night. His
Honour the Speaker had a very
happy thought of getting them
together. He did not like any
fuss, but the Speaker in his wis-
dom said it would be a good
thing for Barbados if they had
that dinner, and as always, he
bowed to Mr. Speaker.

He thought that it was a happy
orecedent for the future. The
eountry cannot go on unless they

had co-operation, co-operation
between labour. capital
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an after-dinner speech in che

night paid tribute to the sterling
qualities of Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, O.B.E

- and said that he
who was willing to mect one
e Opposition, he never opposed

ESSIONS

Defence Counsel
Addresses Jury
For Two Hours
Letter Cas> Continues

DEFENCE COUNSEL, Mr. &. W.
Barrow maae a iwo-acur aauress
ic the jury at the Court of Grand
Sessicus yesveruay yuse corore the
eajourument afer ue fourm day's
nearing of the case in which tn.
Police have charged David Van
Puttin with uttering threatening
letters to Aubrey Birch of Day-
rells Road, demanding money.
One of the points Mr. Barrow
argued in his address was there
being no evidence besides Puttin’s
words to prove. that he sent the
letters. He cited cases, thus hold-
ing that even on, the off chance
of Puttin writing the letter, ue
could’ not be convicted if there
was no evidence of his having sent
it.

His Henour the Acting Chief
Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor is pre-
siding at the Court. Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C_, Solicitor General, is
presetcuting for the Crown. ‘The
case will continue today, Last
night was the fourth night the

jury was empanelled.
Puttin is accused of having
written the letter demanding

$6,000, telling Birch that it would
be bad for his children’s lives to
be in danger.

As the case began yesterday, the
Acting Chief Justice ruled that
reference could not be made by
prosecution witnesses to the jury
of an alleged admission by Put-
tin of his having had some hand
in a similar threatening letter case
before when he had written a
letter to another man.

Menaces

After the case for the prosecu-
tion was closed, Mr. Barrow said
that there was no mentior of the
jetter having been sent. They, the
jury, might be inclined to say that
the reference to the children and
to Birch himself were menaces,
but they were not sufficient
menaces for the law. Menaces
shculd be of such as to overcomé
the free and voluntary action of
the person who has received them.

From the evidence of Mr, Birch
himself, it was evident that his
voluntary actions were never
troubled, Maybe, he said, by the
time the case was finished, they
would come to the decision that
it was only a practical joke.

Birch had said he had heard a
noise outside like revolver shots
after he received the first letter,
but there was no evidence as to
the suggested noise being revolver
shots.

Mr. Barrow asked the jury to
believe that the evidence given
by Toppin, prosecution witness
whom Puttin was supposed to have
offered to pay a dollar for the
removal of the money parcel, was
untrue. Toppin had said that a
Superintendent had promised him
that if he gave evidence, in that
case, things would be made easy
for him. Besides he had at one
time said that the idea of being
put in a trap only occurred to him
after he had been arrested and
at another time said that he
thought of a possible trap when
Puttin asked him whether he
wanted to work for a dollar.

In any case it was not likely
that Puttin would have entrusted
him with $6,000. It was caid that
he knew Toppin for about a week
while he knew another witness,
Phillips, who was supposed to be
nearby at the time of the dollar
working suggestion, for five years.
It would have been more probable
then that he would have decided
on Phillips, if he had need of an
emissary.

Befuddled

At one time Cpl. Devonish had
said he returned to the C.I.D. at
8.30 p.m. and then said that he
was a witness fo events at the
C.1I.D. which took place at about
8 p.m. Puttin, he argued, had
been béfuddled, and bewitched by
a bottle of beer. He was enticed
to give evidence to the police ana
though, that the evidence was ad-
missible had already been decided,
yet they, the jury, should be fully
aware how much weight they
should attach to such statements.

Mr. Reece in his short address
before the adjournment asked how
else could Puttin have been on
Dayrells Road unless he knew
that the letter had hit home.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

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WHAT CHRISTOPHER
COLUMBUS MEANS
TO BARBADOS

By TONY

Columbus,

VANTERPOOL
THOSE BARBADIANS who attend the show,

Chri¥fopher

at the Empire Theatre will be thrilled t@ know

that Barbados played a great part in this film,
The technical work and acting was done at Gainsborougn
studios in London but two West Indian islands— Barbados

and Dominica—were

Santa Maria and Nina, the

Columbus vesseis tnat we see in
this film, were both made at Hole.
town by Messrs. Clarke and
Richards, and the Nina still lies
off Hotetown to remind us of tho
film.
It was on the morning of May
12, 1948; that the Christopher
Columbus film unit—gJests of the
Ocean View Hotel—leit the island
for Dominica to film the first
scenes of the landing of Columbus
in the New World. The stars in-
cluded Niall McGinness, Richard
Aherne and Dennis Vance, accom-
panied by technicians. The loca-
tion in Dominica for the tlming
was Woodford Hill Bay in the
north east corner of the island.
about ten miles from Portsmouth,
This part of Dominica correspond.
ed closely with Columbus’
description of San Salvador where
he first went ashore in 1492.

LAUNCHED

The Unit spent over three weeks
in Dominica shooting scenes and
then returned to Barbados to take
cver the Santa Maria and Nina,
which were both launched at
Holetown in the presence of many
Barbadians,

While they were in Domintca
the Carib Indians assisted in film-
ing scenes of Carib’ reservations,
the remnants of the once power-
ful and warlike nation which
Columbus encountered when he
first discovered the islands,

Mr. Alex Bryce, who joined the
Unit shortly afterwards, directed
the filming and location along
with Unit Manager Mr. Laurie
Lawrence. Adrian Seligman was
Captain of the Santa Maria and
on many occasions the local folk
could see the two boats around
the islands shootings scenes,

The Barbadians who were
picked to be the crew of the two
boats grew beards and when the
boats were tied off in the Careen-
age they could be seen making
both Caravels ship shape for
shooting scenes,

Frank Bundy, producer, and
Alex Bryce did a great amount
of filming at Bathsheba. They
used the Edge Water Hotel as
their headquarters and a crowd
of local men took part in the
montage of the scenes illustrating
Columbus’ voyages among the
islands and taking possession of
them in the name of Spain.

While all the shooting of scenes
were going on the large Unit made
the best of their stay in the island,
Regularly large groups of bearded
men could be seen at the night
clubs and as one once said, ‘we
are ‘making the best of this
wonderful climate.”

MISFORTUNE

Soon after the Unit met with
misfortune. On July 20, 1948 the
Nina was off the north-east coast
of the island shooting scenes when
engine trouble occurred, At the
same time a strong wind began
to blow and they hoisted sails
The engine was soon working
again and along with the sails,
everything looked rosy, but un-
fortunately when the last gill oi
petrol was used up the Nina was
still far away from shore,

Robert Clarke was then aboard
the Nina, and apart from builder,
he was acting as skipper, Also on
board were Mrs, Clarke, Mrs
Shaw, wife of the mate, and o
group of Barbadians, After they
ran out of petrol the Nina drifted
out to sea and no matter how hard
Clarke tried he could not reach
Barbados.

The vessel was later located, by
a Rescue and Search Organisation

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21, the Motor
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was chartered by
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carry out a search,
It was at this stage that I be-

Vessel
George

Daerwood
bergusson
the firm of
Richards, te

came involved, As usual a_re-
porter never seeps and while
Stralling around the wharf at
about 9.00 p.m. I overheard the
talk of the Daerwood going in
search of the Nina, 1 quickly col-

lected the photographer and join-
ed the Daerwood.

We sailed out of the Careenagc
at about 10.30 p.m. with the
understanding that the Nina wa
just off Barbados and we would
be back in the morning. This wa:
@ pious hope as we spent five days
away from the island, dropping in
fer a few hours at Vieux Fort, St
Lucia and spending a few days a
St. Vincent, where the Nina was
eventually found.

LIFE OR DEATH

Of course this chapter would
have been the most interesting
part of the film but on this oc-
casion it was a matter of life o1
death so shooting scenes were for-
gotten,

A few hours after the Daerwood
jeft the Careenage a light was
seen. Everyone on board thought
this would be the Nina, Signals
were exchanged between the two
ships and then the announcemen
was circulated that it was a Dutch
freighter.

At daybreak on July 22 the peak
of “Gros Petan”, St, Lucia, coula
be seen and shortly after midday
the Daerwood made a thorough
search off the coastline of St. Lucia.
Still no Nina could be seen. The
Daerwood later stopped at Vieux
Fort where Mr. A. Bayley
Assistant Director and Mr. T
Nedell, Private Secretary to Mr
Clarke, went ashore. They re-
turned to the ship with the new:
that the Nina was being towed tc
Barbados by another vessel, This
however proved to be extremely
misleading and when we sailed
into Kingstown, St. Vincent o1
July 23 we saw the Nina anchored
there.

In St. Vincent the Nina and
Daerwood were both refuclled and
collected rations. The crew of the
Nina were a bit discontented. Each
man was issued with clothing.

It was while in St. Vincent that
the news was received that the
Santa Maria had caught afire and
had burnt at Hvletown,

RETURNED

Accompanied by the Daerwood,
the Nina returned safely to Bar-
bados, The Nina was used for
further filming and a few months
later, after the Columbus Unit haq

s

returned to England, it was
brought into the Inner Basin of
the Careenage,

It remained there fo; many
months until it was eventually
auctioned and bought by Mr.
Ralph Hunte of Messrs. Manning
and Co., Ltd. Mr. Hunte,

former skipper of an intercolonia;
vessel, once told me that he in-
tends turning the Nina into
House Boat. He at present has it
moored off the St. James coast,
Perhaps many Barbadians whc
see the Nina in the film will after-
wards travel to the St, James
“9ast to make a comparison. It
is the same Nina but is growing
older and older, It has One, usefui

purpose still today, Air Pilots
use it as a landmark to remind
them how near they are vetting





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The caravel NINA seen in the film,
is here seen as she rode at anchor
off Holetown where she was built.

Lumber Comes

The Saguenay Terminals’
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yesterday

of un-
flour

the Windsor Hotel.

Agreement

|

Mr. Hugh V. Shaw of Gairdner
& Company Ltd., Toronto, Cana-
da, arrived in Barbados last Sat-
urday and was met Lb}? Mr. Geo.
P. Watt, a direc.cor cf ine coms.
pany, who has been in Barbados
jfor sometime, They are staying

Mr. Shaw, in an interview with
the Advocate yesterday, said that
his company had made an agree-
ment with Plantations Ltd.
represent them in the island,

Of interest to most investors
with Canadian or American
securities, he said, would be the
fact that although some other
Canadian investment firms were
known in Barbados already, this
newly formed association between
the Canadian Company and P!an-
Ltd. would provide
another source of information and
service to Barbadians

The company are deaters in all
types of securities in Canada, New
York and London and hope to
place particular emphasis on pro-
viding Up-to-date report on speed
fic investments. ,Fu. ther, .9 pro-
vide a system of supervising lists

| of securities presently held in the

island to ensure their continuity
and maintenance of earning
power,

Mr. Shaw said that his com-
pany had grown very consider-
ably in Canada over the past 20
years in no small measure due to
the service which had been afford-

and) ed to clients and that they were

5370 pieces of pine lumber from, hopeful now of being no less suc-

Halifax.

The shipment of flour
for Messrs. H
Ltd., while the supply of lumber
came to Messrs. J. B. Leslie & Co,,
Ltd. Also arriving for Messrs H
Jason Jones & Co,, Ltd,, was a
quantity of animal and poultry
feed and dog meal,

The Benny ieft Barbados last
night for Port-of—Spain, ‘Trinidad,
Her agents are Messrs? Planta-
tions Ltd.

“Cleanest

arrived |
Jason Jones & Co,,

cessful by the same fteasure . in
the British West Indiés.
Both Mr. Shaw and Mr. Watt

will remain in Barbados for a few
weeks and they have planned te
meet and talk with as many inter-
tested investors as possible,

Mr. Shaw, being here for the
first time, stated that the only
{thing that could be blamed for
; his failure to accomplish this ob-
jective would be the unbounded
hospitality which he had been
shown since arrival,

‘

City In

The West Indies”

Say Commissioners of Health

Members of the Commissioners of Health at their meeting
yesterday described a leaderette appearing in the Advocate
on Wednesday as unjust and doing the island no good. The
article under the head “Try This”, referred to the uncleanli-

ness of Bridgetown.

Chief Sanitary Inspector Mr

meeting drew the matter to
He took it, he said, that the
Board welcomed criticism, Speak-

ing personally, any complaints
that were submitted to his De-
partment were attended to

promptly. He would ask though
that criticisms be just, not un-
reasonable or vindictive as was
the case as presented by the
article, It was unfair to the Pub-
lic Health bodies who were doing
their utmost in the interest of the
health of the community despite
the existing difficulties. He con-
sidered that these statements were
worthy of notice because they
appeared in an important paper
like the Advocate which helped to
shape the policy of the commun-
ity.

Mr, E. D. Mottley said that he
had always supported the Advo-
eate or any newspaper as regards
constructive and justifiable criti-
cism about sanitation. They would
recall that on almost every occas-
when

ion criticism appeared in
the Press about sanitation they
had taken action to do something
to remedy the situation. As a
matter of fact, as a result of

criticism, they had put out a num-
ber of stuff bins, They had also
made changes whereby men
worked in the City area with push
carts cleaning the streets from 8
n, to 4 pm. They had done
everything possible to keep the
Streets clean, As had often been

pointed out, certain conditions
existed in the City that could
hardly be remedied until district

markets had been established,

Tourists Deterred

“When statements like that ap-
pear before the public, pointing
out that Bridgetown is one of the
dirtiest cities in the West Indies,
could you ask decent people of
any sort to come here?” question-
“d Mr. Mottley. He said that
they had had it from the lips of
eminent public health men that
Bridgetown was one of the clean-
est cities in the West Indies. Those
of them who had had the oppor-
tunity of travelling extensively
about the area, would confirm
that, he was sure,

Mr. A. R. Toppin said that they
should not let their hearts be
troubled over this article for he
had come in contact with quite a
number of visitors to the island
who had remarked that Bridge-

town was one of the cleanest
cities in the West Indies. He was
sure that people who came here

would not agree with the article.
Mr E. V. Goddard said that
the dirt in Broad Street was part-
ly attributable to the Advocate,
Mr. Victor Chase supported the
remarks of the previous speakers
He thought, he said that despite
the difficulties in the City over





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FOR COCKTAILS
Peek Freans Twiglets 96c. Peek Freans Cheeselets $1.24 WE DE LIVER

MeFarlane Langs Cocktail Savoury $1.01 :
Martini Crackers $1.75 tin |













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FRIDAY, APRIL 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
cents Sundays 24 words over 24

6,



—$<<$$___—____.



The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknow-
ledgments, and In Memoriam notices ts
$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 wards 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
4 cents per word on Sundays for each} “0Td Sundays.
additional word.

For Births, Marriage or Engagement | AUTOMOTIVE
announcements in Carib Calling the i iadeleiecaie i
charge is $3.00 for any number of words AUTOMOBILE: Vauxhall 14/6. E-151

Perfect running order excellent mileage
$1,300.00 Courtesy Garage Phone-4616.
4451—T .F.N

up to 50 and 6 cents per word for eoch
edditional word. Terms cash. Fone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m.

GOVERNMENT — NOTICES



Guarantee if required.
Flooring.

we
sentiy

Extra Masonite
Licensed and Insured. Upset



Apply Courtesy Garage.
6.4.51 n
en See, creer ceesenpestenaieneecneeisite
CAF.—Standard 12, with good tyres, no
1casonable offey refused, Ring 2425

Any person claiming to be a 6.4.51-

lawful relative of the late GEORGE =



FULLER who died at the Kingston | | CAR: 1.99 Mercury “In perfect con-
Public Hospital, Jamaica, on lith| won “ply: B.D. Hinkson, Massi-n



March, 1945, should communicate

immediately with the Administra-| CAR—Hillman Sports, engine rece:



tor General for Jamaica, Public | °V'™*W*¢) Price $400.00. ay ie
Buildings (East) Kingston, and 7 oa te ee ee
furnish the necessary Birth Cer-| CAR: Morris Minor Saloon 1949

tificate to establish such relation- | (Green) Mileage 15,600 very good condi-








; ‘tion New Batten, Apply: 5S. P.
ship. Edghill, Telephone 4266. c/o R. & G.
31.3.51—3n. | Challenor. 6.4.51—3n

LORRIES—Two (2) Chevrolet 1939 and

1940 models. Recently working at

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Andrews Factory, Can be seen fat

Fisherpond Plantation, St. Thomas, and
will be offered for sale on Wednesday

VACANCIES IN THE ELEMEN-





lith April 1951, at 1 p.m, 5.4.51—6n.
TARY TEACHING SERVICE ieee ela scree Boe
MOTOR, CYCLE -— Velocette Motor

Applications are invited from
teachers (women) with at least
10 years’ teaching experience for

Cycle 5 h.p. A bargain $525.00 Dial 4616
Courtesy Garage. : 51—én







- eneerree of the following ELECTRICAL
schools: — oeetnatanions
St. Catherine’s Mixed School, Pieee Saeiting (Rlabt, 13-16 volts;
Sdaane eid amps, watts, wit
St. Philip; Ebenezer Girls’ School, apaies,” A Maron a Co. pian and

St. Philip,

The minimum professional
qualification required is the Certi-
ficate ‘A’ of the Department of

148,51-
REFRIGERATOR—One (1) We
house Regrigerator 6 Cubic ft. Pe







sting- |
rlect



d working order. Apply: Colin Walcott, |

exemption therefrom. Brittons Hill. Phone 4972. " !
Salary will be in accordance 6.4.51—2n,

with the Government Scale for

Head Teachers in Grade I Elemen- | FURNITURE

tary. Schools,
Candidates who have already

a Sn
| PURNITURE: Large stock of good

Secondhand furniture, Also rush bot-















submitted application forms in re- ton chairs at $0.15 each with arms octaiten Cy A. SINNER,
spect of previous vacancies (now each, an ockers $5.00 each. At arochial Treasurer St. Andrew.
Ralph Beard’s Show n° Hardwood ? 31,3.51—
filled) ay | apely by. leider, Alley Prowse ae
accompani: y a recent testi- 4.4.51—2n. ~
monial, All other candidates LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
should make application on the LIVESTOCK nthe, spplication of Dalton Gaskin of
‘ < 4 seek gia aan pthc be teenies PARLNEN SOR, ‘estbur Road, for per-
appropriate form which may bel PUPPIES—Pure Bred Alsatian Pups, | Mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,
obtained from the Department of : : ; 144. |at @ board and shingle sl t corner
‘ roe 2 Dogs, Mrs. C. H#St. John. Phone 4144. gle shop at cor
Education, All applications must 6.4.51—2n. | Hinkson Gap, Baxters Road, St. Michael.
be enclosed. in envelopes marked Dated this 5th day of April, 195!
t , MECHANICAL To E, A. McLZOD, Esq.,
“Appointments Board” in the top ‘ " Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’.
is — Signed DALTON GASKIN,
left hand corner and must reach ~CagRIER BIKES and Bicycles by Sign iat.
the Department of Education by Hercules. Silver King. A BARNES &| N.B.—This applicatton will be con-
Saturday 14th April, 1951, co., LTD, 20.3.51—t.f.n, | sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
6.4.51—2n at Police Court, District A" on Monday,
MISCELLANEOUS the 16th day of April, 1951, at 11 o'clock,



TS
BABY'S PRAM—Apply to Mrs. Good-
ridge, opposite Ventnor,’Dayrells Road.
6.4.51—1n,

TAKE NOTICE



BEAUCAIRE—The Superb Dry Cleaner







| removes grease, oil, and stains from
} Woollens; Tropicals; Cottons. Does not
injure delicate fabrics, “NEVER
DESPAIR JUST USE BEAUCAIRE."
That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA: | ___ ee
TION, a_corpoartion organized and | parmHs — In Porcela’ Enamel, tn
eeseba Ntiee ie Lene Oe SS Oe of | white, Green, Primrose with matching
Delaware, nited States o: merica, |
Manufactiivers, whose ‘trade or business | units to complete colour suites. Top

| grade. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

address is West Grand Bouleveru & Cassi 26.1,51—t-t.n





Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan, ; een : -
U.S.A., has applied for the registratioa | BATTERIES—Motor Cycle Belteries
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register $9.13 each, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391.
in respect of repair and replacement 31.3 51—6n.
“parts of automobile vehicles; brake }

drums; brake shoes; brake rods; brake CURTAIN FITTINGS—For smart win-
applying cans; brake cable housing;| gow styling, light control, Valances and
bumpers and their paits; fenders; front draperies. By Kirsch. Dial 4476 A
axles; hub gaps; body tupporting springs;| paRNES & CO., LTD. 13.2.51—t.f.n

spring leaves; spring blades; steering
knuckles; king pins; steering shaft arms;
wheelhubs; intérnal combustion engines,
their detached repair and replacement

MEGASSE at Lower
at $3.00 per ton.

Estate Factory
6.4.51—6n.







perts; cam shafts; connecting rods; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER—in
erank shafts; crank shaft bearings, excellent. condition at Ralph Beard’s
driving wheel shafts; differentials and| snow Rooms; Hardwood Alley. Phone
their parts; intake or escapement Ccon-| 4gggo 4.4.51-—3n.
ducts; fans; fan pulleys-; flywheels;



pistons; piston pins; rocker arms; rockes
supports; water pumps and their parts:
valves; valve operating tappets; valve
springs; clutches and their parts; cluten
pedals; clutch operating levers; gears;
transmission mechanism and their parts;
transmission hourings; transmissio2
shafts; universal joints and their parts;
brake linings; brake shoe linings; clutch
plate facings; fan belts; gaskets; flexible
hose for radiators; metallic tire covers;

ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
in case, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy
13.3.51- t.f£.n.



TYPEWRITER: Underwood Portable
Typewriter, made in U.S.A. In exceller*
condition. Can be seen at Bata Shoe
Company; lower Broad Street

4.3.51

VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirseh Sun-air

2r





piston rings; radio receiving sets and | ai metal DeLuxe Venetianblinds, to yo"!
parts thereof, and will be entitled to| sizes delivery 3 weeks. Dial 4476
register the same after one month from | A. BARNES & Co., Ltd

the 4th day of April 1951, unless some 13.2.51—t.f,1

person shall in the meantime’ give notice



a a a

in duplicate to me at my prnoe et WOODWORKING MACHINERY: Swed
opposition of such registration. The] jch Quality Made. Band and Circul
trade mark can be seen on application) saws, Planers, Jointers ete. Shipment

at _my office. 1—3 months after order—Your inaquiris



Dated this 31st day of March, 1951. | solicited. Dial 4722, ANGLO-SWEDIS!
i ee ete sevice AGENCIES, Marhill Street. 5.4.51—In
egistrar 0’ é i adhe
. 4.4.51——32

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Godfrey Beckies of
Endeavour, St. James, for permission to



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geen mage =: sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a|
ORIEN I AL beard and galvanized shop a ed to
residence situated at Endeavour. St
James
one Dated this 3rd day of April, 1951,
J To S. H. NURSE, E:sq.,
New Shipment opened Police Magistrate, Dist. “E"—-Holctown.
Signed G. BECKL®

9 DIAL Applicant

THANI 3466 N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
ut Police Court, District ~ E’-—H vietown
on Tuesday, the 7th doy of April 1951,

































EMPIRE CLUB | at 11 o'clock, a.r ah. RoR
The Annual General Meet- Folice Magistrate, Dist. ~Holerown.
ing of the above Club wili | 6.4.81-1h,
be held at the Pavilion on
Friday, 6th April at 7 p.m
E, A. V, WILLIAMS, PERSONAL
Hony. Secretary ao ea r
29.3.51—-2n. The public are hereb; warned against
OEE! | Biving credit to my wife, WILHELMINA
| | HARROW inee Gooding), as 1 do not
hold myself responsible SF. Bor o any
Di! ‘se contracting any debt or debts
WATCH THIS SPACE ty ane Herta aylaak by a written order
signed by me.
i Signed DONALD BARROW,
Join ADVOCATE'S me Rices, St. Philip.
6.4.51—2n,
; Mi \IGN Perera TTT ON Ree i fergie ee
teaner Cry CAMPAICN YT OST & FOUND
Gpace.........G. A, Service i a
I ideale LOST
: so SE eee Broad Sireet. Thursday
WATCH—On Broa reet. i 3
SS SSS SSS \\| morning. Gold Wristlet Watch—ladies.
{ ic German make. Cord Strap. Reward.
. Stoute, Market. 64.51
M.V. ‘LADY JOY aii saa
!
N. TAKE NOTICE
Accepting Cargo and |
Passengers for St. Lucia. aTAT2
sc L, LARSEN
HAN HELL, That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
& co., LTD. H TION, a corporation organized and
| existing under the laws of the State of
Agents Delaware, United States of America,
8 , { Manufacturers, whose trade or business
)| address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
4.4.51.—2n. {| Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
« U.S.A,, has applied for the registration
ss=)|| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
aa of shaft





In respect roller bearings,
hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
parts thereof, ball bearings, roller. bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
cycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable speec
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanical
gearing for applying motive power tc
shafting; power units that embod; an
electric motor and transmission mech:





T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Beautiful





*
ism for controlling the speed of the

Lamp Shades output power member, and will ve
4 entitled to register the same after ono

IN BLUE; GREEN; PINK month from the 4th day of April 1951









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~ !tien will commen
of 8 and 9 o'clock in the morning on!

(ee tei et
ALMOST NEW 12 H.P.. Bedford Van. |

$1,850. New one Cost $2,125 pre- |



PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.



NOTICE
| BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF ST. ANDREW
| PARBADOS.

I HEREBY give notice to all per-
sons entitled to vote at the Election
of Members of the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that the Elec-
ce between the hours





_ Monday the 9th day of April 1931 at The
Community Hall Belleplaine in
Parish of St. Andrew.
And T hereby summon all persons so

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 as shal!
be meet and convenient for the good
| Government of this place and People ant
preserviition of their estates unless a

Poll be required for the determinatio.

thereof in which case euch Poll will be

taken at the place or places appointed |
for that purpose, on Monday the 16th |
day of April 195) commencing between

\the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock in the
morning.

Given under my hand this 30th day
March 1951,
Dated this 30th day of March 1951.
F. A, INGRAHM, J.P.,
Sheriff & Returning Officer.
31.3. 51—2n
_———

NOTICE

BYE ELECTION — PARISH
OF ST, ANDREW
BARBADOS.

I HEREBY give notice to all persons
qualified to vote at the Election of
Members ef the General Assembly for
the Parish of St. Andrew that I have
appointed The Community Hall at
Belleplaine 4s the place where all such
persons may meet on Monday. the 9th
@ay of April 1951 to elect one’ Member
to serve for the Parish of St. Andrew
in the General Assembly of this Island.

And I hereby further give notice that
in the event of a Poll being required for
the determination of the said Election, I
have appointed for the said Purpose the

ot

places hereinafter specified, that is to
say:—
Polling Station No, (1) :—

The Alleyne School Belleplaine THE

NORTH WING For the use of all per-
sons whose surnames begin with the
letters A te J inclusive.
Polling Station No. (2):—

The Alleyne School Belleplaine THE
SOUTH WING For the use of all persons
whose surnames begin with the letters
K to Z inclusive.

Dated this 30th day of March 1951,





rl i Se aa ae oe serdar allen —pndadeetaaien

am.
E. a. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
6451—I1n.

TAKE NOTICE

ONC

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 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 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 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 tife 3ist day of March, 1961,













H. WILLIAMS. {
Registrar of Trade Marks.
44.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE

NEW DEPARTURE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation, organized
isting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
ddress is West Grand Boulevard «& Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,



U.S.A. has applitd for the registration of
trade mark in’ Part “A”
of

of Register
rings,
els, and pillow
d with mechinery shafting and

a



roller |











perts thereof, bearings, roller bear-
ings, entifrie bearings of al! kinds:
journal boxes; brakes for cycles and
eyele hubs coaster hubs; variable speed
hubs; con brakes; “bells; mechanical

for
power

applying motive power to
units that embody an

gearing
shafting;



electric motor and transmission mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
eutput 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



pt my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
Dated ths Slst day of March, 1951.
HW. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
44.51—3»



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
Avenue, UDetroit, 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 combustion»
engines for use on automobiles, motor
boats, sireraft and the like; electricai
batteries and parts thereof, radio receiv-
ing sets and parts thereof, shock
absorber fluids for hydraulic shock
absorbers, brakes and the like; lubricat-
ing oils and greases; speedometers;
tachometers; odometers: gauges; hydrau-
lic brakes and parts thereof: trailers
broke lining; gaskets; bearings; con-
densers; transformers; contro] apparatus;
water systems; electric heaters; bulbs
for electric lights; thermostats; current
generating and distributing systems for
lighting and power purposes; power
operated dynamos; electric motors and
parts thereof; stators; rotors; armatures;
short circuiting mechanism; rheostats;
terminal blocks; electric machines and
perts thereof; switches; electrical con-
ductors and connectors; dyamo brushes:






coils: switchboards; relays; circuit
breaker&; generators; magnetos; elec-
trically. operated machines — namely,
washing machines, wringers, irons,
pumps, water systerns, réfrigerators.
horns, signals, alarms, fans, lowers;
windshield wipers; oil and gas burners,
sir conditioning apparatus and parts
thereof; boilers; furnaces; water heaters;
stokers; instrument panels; shack
absorbers; brakes; brake druyns;
diaphragms, pedals, connecting rods;



springs; vehicle front end
and will be entitled to register the sy.
after one month from the 4th day

suspensicns,







10/- Each unless some person shall in the April 1951, unless some person shall in
B a s | time give notice in duplicate to | the meantime give notice in duplicate
| BEST QUALTY VARNISH STAIN my office of opposition of such registra-| to me at my office of opposition of such
7) On tion. The trade mark can be seen on} registration. The trade mare can be
! * application my office. seen on application at m office
| SORREON'S STATIONERS | PDated this gist day of March, 1951.| Dated this Sist day of March, 195)
| and HARDWARE | H. WILLIAMS, H. WILLIAMS,
solicits li le hak tata Registrar of Tvade Marks. Registrar of Trade Marks.
si 4.4.51—3n | 44.51—3n

LBL LEER ELT EE BEL IN,
4



the
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shaft; ene polishing

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

minimum
and $1.80 ae $1.50 on week-days

REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed.
rooms, every convenience including
gardin, water supply. As new, £3,000.
Fhone 4476. 1$.3.51—t.f.n.

LAND—At Bush Hall Cross Road,
opposite Allen's Park. This land econ-
tins several pieces. Now, you can bu
for cash, er you can credit same u
wanted. Please get in touch with Mr
| Brown at Hutchinson & Banfield’s Ottge







}
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3.4.51-—5n.
i—-—_————___
LAND--1124 sq. ft. of land at Bed-

ford Lane, Bridgetown,
dwelling house thereon.
uae = application to Miss E, M

whie a -orner of Stree
ond Bedford Lane. enor ’

The above will be offered for sale hy
public competition at our office, James
Street, on Priday 13th April 1951 at

2
Hutchinson & Banfieid.
31.3.52—12n,

SHARES-—25 Plantations Ltd. £10
‘shares. 100 A, Barnes & Co, Ltd. £1
| Preference Shares, 18 Trinidad Con-
|Sclidated Telephones Ltd, $50.00 5%
Preference Shares, 125 Plantations Ltd.
£1 Preference Shares Ex Dividend.
The above shares will be offered for
sale by public competition at our Office,

together with
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James Street, on Friday, 6th April, at
/2 p.m.
G. L, W. CLARKE & CO.,
Solicitors.
31.3.51—6n
BUILDING LOTS at Dover, Christ

Chureh. Lots near the sea, and lots

and 12 cente per agute line on Sundays, |



FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
Sceve Sundays 24 words — over 34
werds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a
word Sundays.

|







HOUSES ,
BOULOGNE-—St. Lawrence Gap, fully
| furnished Vacant from April 15th,
| Dial 8459. 6.45120
BUNGALOW — Modern Bungalow sit-
vated at Brighton, Black Rock, all con-
| veniences. Dial 2338. §.4.51-—-t.f.n.

{ En casa particular con su play ay
grandes jardines habitacion grande

doble con bsno y tambien dos simples.

Buena comida y servicio esmerado. Se
habla Espanol. Telefono 8372.

Large double room with bath also
two singles im comfortable private
home on sea. Spacious grounds, good
bathing beach, ‘excellent meals. Tel
8372. 4.4. 52-30
—_—_—_-

DBY GOODS STORE—Are vou itn

terested In a Dry Goods Store with Stock
in Trade Furniture ete. In Swan Street?

Ven good spot, avaiiable immtdiately
Write for particulars ‘to Swin Street
Store. C/o. Advocate.

GASL—34
EVANTON, Situated at Top Rock;
Heving 3 bedrooms; 2 toilets and
Showers Dining-room. Lounge All
modern conveniences, available tmmed-
jately. unfurnished, Ajply Ralph
Beard. Phone-4683. or 8569

4.4.51—3n

HIGH WINDS—Cattlewash,
for May,! July, October, No
December, Dial 2650,

Bathsheba,
mber and
$4.51-—t.f.n,







en and near Maxwell Main Road. Apply:
Mrs, T. A. Herbert, Dover. Phone 8131 |
or 8385. 6.4,.51—5n, |

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER |

By_instructions received I will sell at |
the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street |
On Friday, Cth (1) 1950 A-40 Austin Car
only done 2,000 miles, (Damaged in ace |
cident), sale at 2 p.m. Terms CASH.—

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
1.4.51,—4n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE|

The application of Rufus A. Maughan, |
holder of Liquor License No. 476 of 1951,
granted to Lawrence Cox and Cyril Cox,
trading as Cox Brothers in respect of a
double roof board and shingle shop at
Eagle Hall, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c., at a
hoard and shingle shop at Lightsfoot
Cross Lane, St. Michael,

Dated this 5th day of April, 1951.
To E, A. McLEOD, “*

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”,

Signed RUFUS MAUGHAN,
Applicant,

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District ‘A’ on Monday,
the 16th day of April 1951, at 11 o’elock,

a.m.
FE. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. *
6,4.51—1n

TAKE NOTICE
N 0

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-









TON, a corporation organized and
ing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of Ameria,



Menufacturers, whose trade or busine
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for the registration
e trade mark in Part “A” of Regis
in respect of roller bearings, sh
hangers, steps and pedestals, and pillow
blocks used with machinery shafting and
parts thereof, ball bearings, roller bear-
ings, antifriction bearings of all kinds;
journal boxes; brakes for eycles and
eycle hubs; coaster hubs; variable at
hubs; coaster brakes; bells; mechanic:
gearing for applying motive power
shafting; power units that embody a
electric motor and transmissiqn mechan-
ism for controlling the speed of the
output power member, and will be
entitled to register the same after o/
month from the 4th day of April, 195i,
unless some person shall in the meati-
time. give notice in duplicate to me at
my office ot opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen 0)
application at my office.

Dated ths 3ist day of Marth, 1951,

H, WILLIAMS, .

Registrar of Trade Marks,
4.4.51--3n

2,

TAKE NOTICE —
OLDSMOBILE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOMA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware. United States of Azrerica,
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

and|4 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; patty
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines, pats
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
preparations; heaters:
radio apparatus, and willbe entitled 4o
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, 1961,





H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
4.4.51--4n



TAKE NOTICE

PONTIAC

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 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 veh.cles;
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heater
rodio apparatus, and will be entitled
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
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office,

Dated this Bist day of March, 1961.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade i
4A.

TAKE NOTICE
GENERAL MoTORS|

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the Jaws of the State
Delaware, United States of Arcetita.
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has spplied 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; bodies ond
chassis for motor driven vehicles; parts
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion enginés, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters:
radio apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from



3n



pthe 4th day of April J951, unless
some person shall in the meantime sive
| netice in duplicate to me at my office of
' opposition of such registration. The

; trade mark can be seen on application
jat my office

Dated this 3lst day of March

H. WILLIAM

Registrar of Trade}

1951



















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Dial 2420. “Further particulars Phone
8107, H, W. Hinds.
PREMISES— No, s
stairs premises, very spacious and cool
suttable for Factory, Agents Office,
Dentists, Solicitors, or Society. Apply:
Thani Bros. or Dial 3466. 6.5.51—2n
SEAFORTH-—Worthing, opposite Ren-
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rooms, drawing and dining room
electricity and gas. All modern con-
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2u74, for further particulars
64.51—2n



TAKE NOTICE

| a,

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 electrical transformers,
electric lamps; insulated wire and cable;
ignition wire sets; electrical aceessory
cords; guarded extension lights; exten-
sion ‘ights on reels; wiring harness;
battery terminals and connectors; radio
receiving and transmitting sets; insulting
varnish, insulated tape; insulated cloth;
batteny wiring assemblies, and ,will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 4th day of April 1951,
unless some person shall in the mean-
tine give notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra-
fion, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this day of March,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
4.4.51







1951

3n

TAKE NOTICE





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 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 vehicles;
internal corm.bustion engines, parts thereof
and accessories thereto; cleaning ane
polishing preparations; heaters; radio
apparatus, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from



the 4th day of April 1951, unless same
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office ¢
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.
4 yo! on



TAKE NOTICE
BUICK

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 busin

address is West Grand Boulevard & (



Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A, has applied for th “‘tistration of
a trade mark in Part ‘ 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 vehicle part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles;
internal combustion engines, parts
thereof and accessories thereto; cleaning
and polishing preparations; heaters;
radio apparatus, and will be entitied t
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
trade mark ean be seen on application
at my office,

Dated this Sist dev of March,





1961,

nm, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Truce Marks
4.451—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a_ corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the Stat >
Delaware, United States of Americh,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue. Detroit, State of Michigan,
U.S.A. has applied for thé registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of accessories and devices of
all kinds for motor driven vehicles and
engines; electrichl apparatus of all kinds;
measuring and s¢ientific apparatus ‘in-
cluding spark plugs, spark plug porce-
lains, spark plug parts, radio spork plugs,
resistors for peveiee ignition systems
from interfering w. radio apparatus:
radio spark plug testing devices* deviges
and machines for cleaning spark plugs.

ve compound for cleaning spark

ues; ignition cables; terminals for
electrical connections; purcps; combined
fuel and vacuum pumps; fuel pumps;

vacuum pumps; filters; oil and gasoline
filters; oil Basoline strainers,
speedometers; sreedometer driving

mechanism; tachometers; film speed in-
: dicators; ammeters; gauges of ail kihds
thermogauges; temperature indicating
devices and apparatus: liquid level in-
dicators; air cleaners of all Kinds. corr-
bined air cleaners and intake silencers
combined air cleaners and flame arresters
intake ‘silencers; automatic chokes
crank case breathers; instrument el
odometers; reflex signals; repair ond
: replacement parts of al! such devices
parts and accessories of all such devices
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 te
to me at mi’ offiee of opp
registration. The trade
seen on application at my
Dated ths 3ist day wt ch, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade }

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: NOTICE
WANTED TAKE NOTICE TAKE NO .

Mtimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 KLAXON y
werds 3 cents a word week—4 Cents c TITAN
word Sundays.

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
HELP rr oO geet poration ossanitted sad &
oie she That GEN _p ex i under the laws’ of the State of.-<%

- eens sn ene | TION a ae MUROEA CORPORA-| Detdwarc,’ United ‘States. of Awerten:

“periénced colar stitetiers. wanted! | existing under the love seen ted SPA) Manatacturers: whose trace of bikinis
RELIANCE SHIRT FACTORY, Delaware. “United states cree [adress i West Grad Batlevard & Cass
plone aoe 4.4.51—3n. Manufacturers, while Bone 6 ikees gress, -Detroit, «State St Michigan,

rEMALE HELP WANTED giarese 8 West Grand Boulevards Com | MGE mate in port SAS nt Ronieios

Three (2) Faliable, Ladies ao contact | fe has eens autte, Of Michigan, 41, ct Tal michel ndliien cxhceeemaee
American families for general House | USA. has applied for the. registration of Sete sy cpanel Se eee
werk in U.S.A. must be well recom- |} ®@ trade mark in Part “A* ‘of Register ee gel onerne ae gy aeet
taended, Passage furnished. Write {or in ot accessories and devices af ao te he ol ys oi a resister aes
Lerticulars, Mr, MH. Smith, 30 Fulton} 4 Kinds for motor driven, vehicles and| {ie WIRE” after one month | fromthe
Street, Canning Town. don. FE. 16. | ®™sines; electrical apparatus of all kinds, +1 “ a Ape 155, was F

_ 6.3.51__2n | MeAtUring and scientific apparatus, in-| Person shall in the meantime g
= | gluing spark: plugs, spark plug: porce-| 1, tubtlcate to me et ma offic of
iS, Spe arts, re ar! jugs, | © z 7
MISC. uecistors soy preventing ig: dion systems in Cant be. seen on apeiieation at my
eee m interferin, y s; | ce

IMMEDIATE CASH for diamond Jewel-| ridio spark plus (athg tae ae Dated ths 3ist day of 1 1961.

tery. old China, silver and SheMeld Plate. | and machines tor cl wk p H, Wit '
Phone 4429 or call at GORRINGES, ad. | obcas na or cleaning .spark plugs Registrar of Tradé’}
Joining Royal Yacht Club abrasive compound for eleaning spark es WR ma
20.2.51.—T-F.N. plugs; ignition cables; terminals for +o1
mn a feat ba connections; pumps; combined Seen aie tee ae ae ice

YMMEDIATE CAS x it an vacuum pumps; fuel pumps,
lery, gold nuggets, po th vacuum pumps; filters; oil and gasoline TAKE NOTICE 4
Ola | RB wi Stampa’ mags. | filters: ofl and = gasoline — strainers; ; a M

ntique op. Dial 4429, "| speedometers; speedometer driving

20,2.51.—t.¢.n | Mechanism; tachorreters; film speed in- CHEVY ROLET
= siirteelninsiciminie lah dicators; ammeters; gauges of all kinds. .

WANTED TO PURCHASE--Good House | thermogauges; temperature indicating| That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
«tuated on seashore, must have four ov | 2¢¥ices and apparatus; liquid level indi-| TION, a corporation organizal and
fve bedrooms and sufficient land {or | C2trs: air cleaners of all kinds; combined | existing under the laws of the State of
lerge garden. Address enquiries to| @if Cleaners and intake silencers; com-| Delaware, United States of America.
Vernon Knight C/o Da Costa & Co. Lui, | bined air cleaners and flame arresters;| Manufacturers, whose trade or business
Telephone 2122. 6 (fy | Wntake silencers; automatic chokes; crank address is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
~~ ——_—_.. } case breathers; instrument — panels:} Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan. ’
age OSTAGE STAMPS—Send me only | Odometers; reflex signals; repair and re-| U.$.A, has applied for the registration of |
300 used Postage Stamps of your eauntry | Placement parts of all such devices,| trade mark in Part “A” of Register
and neighbouring countries for a beauti- p Batts and accessories of all such devices, | jn respect of transportation elements of
ful Fountain Pen. Stamps must be in| &¢ willbe entitled to register the same] 43, kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo.
good condition and goaked off the payer, | *ft€r one month from the 4th day off piles and trucks of all kinds: bW@ies ana No receipt stamps wanted. With your | #Pril 1961, unless some person shall ii} chassis for motor driven vehicles: parts
pen f will send you a list of other | 2® meantime give notice in duplicate} ana accessorics of motor driven vehicle
merehandise you can get for varijus] % me at my office of opposition of such | internal combustion engir parts
Quantities of used stamps. This list | Pe@istration, The trade mark can be] thereof and accessories thereto; Cleaning
includes Cameras, Watches, Nylons, | 58 on application at my office. end polishing preparations; heaters;

Clothin



WALTER BROOKS,
P.O. Box 524
Albany, New York, U.S.A
6,4.51—1n,

- TAKE NOTICE
CADILLAC

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 busines
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 transportation elements 91
oil Kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies anc
chassis for motor driven vehicles; part
nnd accessories of motor driven vehicles
internal combustion engines, parts
inereof and accessories thereto; cleanin:
ind polishing preparations; heaters
redio apparatus, and will be entitled te
register the same after one month
tne 4th day of April 1951, unl
fame 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
et my office,

Dated this Bist day of March, 1961,

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 busines
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
im respect of transportation elements of
al! kinds, motor driven vehicles, automo-
biles and trucks of all kinds; bodies and
chassis for mator driven vehicles; part
and accessories of motor driven vehicles:
internal eombustion 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 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 31st dey of Mareh, 1951.
H., WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.4.51-—-3n

TAKE NOTICE —
HARRISON

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPOR,
TION, « corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Deluware, United States of America
Manufacturers, whose trade or businear
address is Wes Grand Boulevard & Cags



Avenue, Detreit, State of Michigan, a cities \ . 3
U.S.A, has applied for the registration of ! Trinidad, La Guatra, Cura
# trade mark in Part Be a Reuistey The MV. Cartbbee «will | cao, Cartagena and Jamaicn
do respect of radiators and: vr heater: ; : —
for automobiles and similar moto accept Cargo and Passen- tH -
rake ot nee ie ah Se ne gers for Dominica, Antigua, ‘
1¢ game after o t . it : ie . i
4th day of April 1951. nrless— samy Montserrat, Nevis and St. ote Passengers, Cargo
person shall in the meantime give notice ; ail.
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo Kitts, Sailing Friday 6th
sition of such registration, The trad
mark can be seen on application at my
office }

Dated the Bist day of Mareh, 1961.
H., WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Tyade Mavks.
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Pianoforte Lecture
RECITAL

MR. HENRY WILSON
Professor of the Royal
College of Music, London,
will give a Pianoforte
Lecture-Recital

at
THE BRITISH COUNCIL
“Wakefield,” White Park
©n Monday April 9th
at 8.30 p.m,
The Programme will
include;*
Three 16th Century Lute
Pieces—-RESPIGHI
Three 18th Century Pieces
Chromatic Fantasia and
Fugue—J, S. BACH
Sonata in D Major— Op. 10
No. 3—BEETHOVEN
La Soiree Dans Grenade,
Jardins Sous La Pluie

—DEBUSSY
All seats reserved. Tickets
($1.00 and 60c.) obtainable

in advance from the British
Council.





. # d many other valuable items.
Send 69 used Postage Stamps at once ‘



SSS

PAGE SEVEN



























Dated this 3ist day of March;
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

4.4.51-3n
ADVERTIS,
IN THE
WEEKLY ADVOCATE

1981.) padio 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 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 31st



day of March, 1951.

H, WILLIAMS



‘TAKE NOTICE
FRIGIDAIRE

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, a corporation 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



organized



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 refrigerators;
parts thereof and. accessories, refrigerating machines and apparatus end 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,

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 registratione

‘The trade mark can be seen on application at my office,
Dated this 3ist day of Mareh, 1951,

+
2
i

â„¢

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
44.51

SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamships







SOUTHBOUND
Sails Sails Saile Arrives Salle
Montreal = Halifax Boston Barbados ARarbados
CAN. CHALLENGER .. ~ 2 Apr. - 12 Apr. 12 Apr.
LADY RODNEY ve -- 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 27 Apr, 27 Ape.
LADY NELSON +» 7 May 10 May 12 May 21 May 23 May
LADY RODNEY «+ 8 June 6 June 11 June 20 June 21 June
LADY NELSON +. 30 June 3 July 5 July 14 July 15 July
LADY RODNEY -» 30 July 2 Aug. @ Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug.
z Sa ERENE ET) aed
NORTHBOUND Arrives Satle Arrives Arrives Arrives * Arrives
Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Holitax “Montreal
LADY NELSON .,!2 April 14 April 23 Apr, on 24 Apr, is Ant.
LADY RODNEY ..10 May May = 21 May — 22 May Mi
LADY NELSON ,, 3 June June 14 June ~ 16 June J #Â¥ne
LADY RODNEY ., 3 July SJuly i Julyo = 16 July Ih duly
LADY NELSON .,27 July 29 July Aum 9 Aug. 12 Aug.
LADY RODNEY .,26 Aug. 28 Aug 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 1) Sept.

N.B,.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted witn cola storage ¢cnam-
bers, Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to:— de

ey

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.— Ag

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO,

SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM
5.8, “Cottica’ 6th April, 1951,

M.S, “Willemstad” 12th April, 1951,
SAILING TO PLYMOUTH &
AMSTERDAM
MS. “Oranjestad” 19th April, 1951.
SAILING TO TRINIDAD PARAMARIBO
& GEORGETOWN
8.5. “Justinian” Ist April, 1951, :
M.S. “Hersilia” 6th April, 1051.

8.8. "Cottica’ 23rd April, 1951,

SAILING TO LA a CURACAO
M.S, “Oranjestad” 25th April, 1951,
5S. P. MUSSON, SON & Co. Ltd.

Avante,



FRENCH LINE

Cie Gle Transatlantique

ents.



SAILINGS TO
ENGLAND & FRANCE

“COLOMBIE” April 22nd.
Via Martinique and Guade-
loupe. - : ;

SOUTHBOUND
“COLOMBIRN”: April 1th.









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instant.

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PAGE EIGHT



Briggs Wins All Events|

In Division Ilto Become

Victor Ludorum
Al Wesley Hall Boys’ Sports

.. SEYMOUR BRIGGS, 11, of

the Inte: mediate Division, was

Victor Ludorum of the Wesley Hall Boys’ School Athletic

Sports at Empire Club grou

nds yestercay.

Briggs totalled 25 points by winiting the long jump, 80
yards, 150 yards and high jump; that is, all the events for

his Division

Champion of Division I wv
Louis Chandler, 13
while V. Archer, 9, topped
Juniors with 13 point

House Aggrey was first with 52
points, closely followed by Carver
with.41 points. Briggs represent-
ed Carver

Parkinson was third with 33
points and Washington brought
up the rear, having got a meagre
18,

The pavilion and grounds were
crowded with parents and friends
and the day held very fair.

Mrs. Charles Springer distrib-
uted the prizes.

Following are the results:

1. LONG JUMP iGSeniors-—-12—14 yrs.)
—il) Bovelle, O. (C); Chandier, L

the





1A); (3) Holder, C. (A) Distance: 14 ft
9 ins

2 LONG JUMP (Intermediate—10—12
yrs 1) Briges, S.. «¢ (2) Briggs, E
¢W3; (3) Holder, N. (Wi. Length: 14 ft,
1 in

3. THROWING CRICKET BALL
(Seniors) 1) Brathwaite, C (P) «2)
Clarke, T (P); (3) Alleyne, P. (Wi
Distance: 67 yds. 1 ft

4. THROWING CRICKET BALL (In
termediate) -— (1) Brigas Ss ic ‘2
Clarke (W) Alleyne (W!. Distance
G2 yds. 1 ft

5.. 100 YARDS RACE /(Seniorsi—ii
Chandler (A); (2) Forde (B)}; (3) Clarks
(We. Time : 12 2/5 sec

6. HIGH JUMP (Juniors) 1) Arche
(A); (2) Chandler (Aj; (3) Fergusso:

(P}. Height: 3.10%

7. 80 YARDS RACE (Intermediate)
(1% Briggs (C); (2) Greenidge (A); (3)
Holder (W). Time: 10 secs

8. 80 YARDS RACE ‘Juniors)—fl)
Archer (A); (2) Chandler (Aj; (3)
Forde (P), Time: 11 secs

9. HIGH JUMP (Seniors)—-(1)
Jer (A); (2) Corbin {A}; (3) Smart (C)

10. 150 YARDS RACE (‘Juniors)—(1)
Forde (P); (2) Mreher (A); (3) Griffith
(A), Time: 212 secs

11, 150 YARDS RACE
i.. Briggs (C 2. Gre
Holder (W.) Time: 19 4/5 secs

12. 22 YARDS RACE ‘Senior 1
Cave (C); 2. Chandler iA
(C). Time: 29 3/5 sec

13. HIGH JUMP (Intermediate)
Briggs (Ch; (2) Holder (W)
(W). Height: 3 ft 11% ins

Chand

(Intermediate)
nidge (Ab 3



3. Cobharr

a)
and Alleyne

14, THREE-LEGGED RACE (Open)
41) Chandler and Forde; (2) Tudor and
Alleyne (3).

15. SACK RACE (Open)—itl) Forde;
(2) Clarke; (3) Trotman.

16, 440. YARDS INTER-HOUSF RE-
LAY RACE—i1l) Parkinson; (2) Carver;
{3)_ Washington

17) OLD BOYS’ RACE—(1) F. Harper;

(2) AIEEE, (3) Shields. 102 sees

18. VISITORS’ RACE—(1) H
and J, Rollins.

19. 4409 YARDS RACE (Open)—(1) C
Brathwaite (P); (2) Cobham (1) (3)
Skinner .(W)

Leacock



Savannah Club

Tennis Tournament

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
MIXED DOUBLES
Miss J. Wood and J. D, Trimingham
beat Mr. ond Mrs. F. D. Barnes 6—1
6—2.
MIXED DOUBLES (Handicap)
Miss D Wood and Dr, C. G, Manning

-40, lost to Miss Eileen Bowen and
J. W. MeKinstry—% 30, 8—G6, 4—6, 3-6.
TODAY'S FIXTURE
MEN'S DOUBLES (Finals)

Dr, C, G. Manning & E. P. Taylor v.

G. H Manning

WILKINSON
HONOURED

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everyone in the island.

He thought that the step that
Mr. Speaker had taken that night
was a very important one. It
showed co-operation and he
h6éped they would have more of
those little dinners in the future
beeause he believed it brought
théem.together more than going
ifit6.the “House of Assembly and
abusing each other

He said that both Mr, Adams
sand himself, although they had
differed on a few points, yet they
had listened to each other. He
was not-in the House for the sake

and P, M, G, Patterson.

of opposition, He was there for *
Barbados,
He thanked Mr. Speaker, Mr.

Adams and everyone for the way
they Had received him as guest
of honour and said that his only
regret was that he could not find
words sufficient to express his
appreciation.

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Sending the letter by post, he said,
was. sufficient evidence that the
letter had been sent. If Pattin
knew nothing about the matter,
why did he make a statement?

One of the two witnesses who
gave evidence yesterday before
the case ‘or the prosecytion was
closed was Sgt. William Philips
of the C.1.D. who tgld the Court
that on the night of January 27
when Puttin wag at the C.1.D.,
Inspector Franklyn drew Puttin’s

attention to the similarity of
writing on an envelope which

Puttin had admitted he had written
and that of the threatening letter.

Evidence Corroborated

Sgt. Phillips corroborated In-
spector Franklyn’s evidence about
the clapping on the back and say-
ing that Franklyn was a master.
Puttin said that he had only in-
tended it as a bluff to Birch. After
Puttin had been, charged, he was
cautioned before he was asked to
gzive a statement.

The other witness to. give evi-
dence was Cpl. Devonish. He
tcld the court how he and two
other policemen had waited on
Dayrells Road, had seen Birch
place the parcel beside the sign
post, and had seen two men Stop
near it. Subsequently one return-
ed and picking up the parcel,
placed it in his bosom, They
arrested Toppin, the man who had
picked up the parcel.

Devonish went on to tell how he
went to Puttin’s home after he
hac received other information
and how Puttin was asked to £0
to the C.1.D., though not under
arrest.



CLEANEST CITY

@ From Page 5.

again serve on’ the Finance Com-
mittee.

Mr. Mottley, Mr. Wilkinson,
Mr. Layne and Mr. Trevor Bow-
ring were appointed to serve on
the Scavenging Committee.

Mr. Toppin and Mr. Bowring
are new members of the Board
and were welcomed by the Chair-
man. They expressed thanks,

What’s on Today

Court of Grand Sessions—
10 a.m.

Court of Appeal and Lower
Courts—10 a.m,

Sale—one A-40 Austin car
(damaged in accident) at
the General Motor Bus
Co., Nelson Street—2 p.m,

Schools’ Musical Festival at
Combermere School — 3

p.m.

Monthly reunion of the Com-
bermere Old Boys’ Asso-
ciation—film show—-8 p.m.

CINEMAS

Empire: “Al About
pom “Christopher
8.80 pam,

Roxy : “A & © in Hollywood” and
“Crisis” 4.50 pom,

“Christopher Columbus” 8.30 p.m

Aquatic: “Come to the Stable”
5 & 8.0 p.m.

Viara (Bridgetown): “Pirates of

Capri’ 2.80, 4.15 & 8.30 p.m,



Eve” 2.30
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The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.57 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
Moon (New): April 6
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 3.18 a.m.,
3.55 p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil
Total for month to yester-

day: .67 in.
Temperature (Max): 85.5° F
Temperature (Min): 70.6° F
Wind Direction; (9 a.m.)

E.S.E,, (8 p.m.) E.S8.E.

Wind Velocity: 7 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.014,

(3 p.m.) 29.923



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WO HANDS—hands of unexpected sensitiveness in these surroundings—reach down to an unconscious boxer.

They are fe hands of a doctor, the man they examined

is Lloyd Marshall.

For 10,000 people at Harringay (five guineas a seat for some) it was the climax to an astonishing evening.

Two British champions—middle-weight Randolph Turpin and cruiser-Weight Don Cockell—boxed a total of 83 seconds t i
@ » 7 al 5 OW th eir matches.
Out of those 83 seconds 20 were spent on the floor by the los , ‘in th

Turpin won’ the middle-weight championship of Europe from the Dutchman Luc Van Dam in 48 seconds (including the ten seconds

count,
Wh

sage ,of congratulation from the. Dutch people.

Thén ‘Mr. Wilmsen went to Van Datn's dressing room with a cOffin- shaped box of moré- Dutch’ flowers.

” ‘Turpin arrived back in his dressing room a Dutch boxing promoter Mr. Wilmsen, gave him a victor’s hoop of tulips and a mes-

Cockell sent Lloyd Marshall, coloured American conqueror of Freddie Mills aT in 25 s 5 h
bin SRGMMds GUE THRAA the tOTAL OT 2 seumnae ie Ss an ommy Fart, through the ropes in 25 seconds, and the

Marshall was brief about his eciipse. He said: “Cockell hit me with a right and ev

Churchwarden

Mr. W.R. Coward Re-elected

Of St. Joseph

MR. W. R. COWARD was re-elected Churchwarden of St.
Joseph for the ensuing year when the St. Joseph Vestry
met yesterday. Mr. Coward was not present at yesterday's

meeting as he is empanelled

The report of the Churchwarden
was read, There was some dis-
cussion by the Vestry as to
whether the minutes of the lasi

meeting should be read, The
Chairman, Rev, Mallalieu, said
that it was a legal meeting

and he saw no reason why the
minutés should not be read, Some
of the members argued for a time
but the matter was adjourned for
legal advice,

The Vestry appoitited Messrs,
C. Williams, A, Carter and G. R
Hutson as representatives on the
Board of Nomination for the
Parish Chureh and Messrs, E. H.
Farmer and A, Yearwood for St
Ann’s Church,

Poor Law Guardians are Mr.
W. Gooding and Mr, R, Lee, Com-
missionérs of Highways, Mr. A, P
Cox, Mr. C, Williams and Mr, G
Hutson, Commissioners of Health,
Mr. L, Smith, Mr. C. Williams,
Mr, A. Cox, Mr, W. R. Coward and
Mr, R. A. Lée,

The Tax Relief Committee will



Agreement

Reached

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The terms allow workers to
receive $1.20 men and $1.00 wo-
men, raising them from 91 cents
and 76 cents respectively; an
éight hour day, and tasks set to
remain as before the _ strike;
workers ta receive the new wage
retrospective from January 1, for
all days actually employed. This
back pay ig to be paid on April 27.

Reference Board

There is also to be a Reference
Board composed of seven members
representing workers of seven
employers under the Chairmanship
of the Labour Officer and the
quorum would be three from each
side,

The Board is to meet quarterly
for ordinary meetings but a special
one may be called at the request
of any three members.

Labour delegates have given
the undertaking to do every-
thing in their power to make the
workers understand that they must

ive a fair day’s work for a fair

ay’s wage.

A gréat sense of relief was felt
throughout the community as an
outcome of these deliberations, and
though there is some reservation
on the back pay score because ot
the unnotified nature of the strike,
and the fact that some employers
suffered crop losses, it is generally
felt that the detvisions gave an op-
portunity to bridge the gulf cre-
ated between employer and work-
er, and restore the atmosphere of
understanding and goodwill, essén-
.tial to the prospertiy of the island.

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as a juror.

consist of Mr, W, R. Coward, Mr
W. T. Gooding, Mr, A. P, Cox and
Mr, J. A, Haynes.

Loan Approved

After receiving the Assessment
Roll, the Vestry agreed to a loan
of £2,400 to be repaid in 15 years’
for the purpose of erecting three
latrines and baths in the parish,

This motion wus moved by Mr.
L. Smith who said that it was the
duty of the Vestry to get the sani-
tary conditions at the very best
He said it was a matter that the]
Vestry had been dealing with for|
some years, They know that the
health of the country depends oat
proper sanitation. |

The Vestry carried a move six
to three when they considered al
letter received from the Colonial
Secretary with regards to allow-
ing Sanitary Inspectors assist in
the registration of voters under the
new Act, It was decided to permit

the inspectors to assist provided
that they did not do it in the
parish’s time,

Those present at th meeting were:-

Rev, Mallalieu (Chaitman) Messrs. A. P.
Cox, C. Williams, W. T. Gooding, H. A.
Carter, L. Smith, L. L. Gill, J A. Haynes
a. A. Lee and G. R. Hutson








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PAGE 1

I RIDAT, APRIL . INI WILKINSON HONOURED BY LEGISLATURE MR G H ADAMS at an af:e:-.;„„„., sp ,, c h m ,h. House ol Assembly lasl r.ixhl paid tribute to the Merlin* qu.ilitifs "f Mr J H. Wilkinson. O B E and said lhat hewas miii and a politician who wai wlllint to m t m ["'' %  ; %  % %  y • iheOpp ill..... I., i"i Hi. nkc M opsoaiUon M I be rht Out u whirh ma seconded by Mr J E T. Bran. nf WM given ty the Mr K N. It Husban,. icrvice usiimnlDioCi. IhWOB UK oMeal mem'•' ""• HUI „ ihe irprrtar the Parish ol SI James and hud served in thai IK* (or ?0 lueerviil. year*. Other I. asts were 'The House" Hoo. .; D and : I'.xnded bv Mr L F If OU1. :; p„. Member,Lv-l n VKIIADOS \D\ ot vn: PAOI FIVE I IIII IS lOI'lll ill Ol I SI It I s %  I by Dr CSSKtNS Defence Counsel Addresses Jury For Two Hours Litter Cat.Continue! %  Nl %  COUNSKL, Ml I w Bafcow l IWO-BC.UI %  in. ;,i,v m me caurt ul uranu &**I<.M, ..• ,. may no. I >.J< Uli in, IK .,1,1 UM i IK-III-K of the ease In whicn in Police have charged David Van BSeTaa"KLWS ESS ""• • l ,c, "" i <-"' %  %  by Dr He. Cummins 3JC "'.!"* J Aubrey Birch ol DayChalrnuin" mono '. l'l.,,w £"" """' "•""•"" %  •a !" ney. II N Ton,.,. ,, %  !,„ i, M, ,,,'. " '"" l""'all barrow epliad " r ued in his address tvaa there II Honour the SoenVer ... being no cvulemt, besld.v l'.,itin' Chairman it the „,.,.,, ,,,. word* lo prove lhat he sent the were laid for 2.V letters He cited cases, ihus holdnig that even on. the off chancMr. Adams said that although of Pult| i> writing the letter. i.e it was the custom that alter dmtould n ''' ** convicted If there her speeches should be humorous wai n evidence of his havine sent he was not likely lo be humorous \Si,t"! "" %  unique occasion "' Hcnour the Ailina Chief o,fj^'"?,'" ""' |K """"" "' "M. Mr d actiny. was done at Oainab ill U I sluuios in London but two Weil Indian islandi Una i lomir — The Saguenay Tcrminab' S.8 H.IIIH I,, utt',1 in'ip ycfHricU.v l.l'Uli IUU-IXIIIIK] mcki of ui> %  .1 will whc flour ant .i < %  of pmc lumber from htipvfii. now of b* inna -were responsibli %  %  M-irla tM m ( we ( hrMfnphrr Hal'ifa IMI in know TJlc hlpnirnt ^ flour arnved ; tot Messrs H Ja*oii Jonai & CO M j htle Ihr supply of linniwi I | ,'s I Agreement Mr Hull. V Shaw of Oairdnei i.td Toiunto. Cana1 -1 MH I 1 i dlffw^oi a ii cam* pany. who ha* heen In B^rbadoii for kdioetime Th*> are ttaMiii M *h* WlndBOf Hotel. Mi Shuw. if> an interview ith e Advtteale ye-.let.lny. said th' l""> hatl inole M M %  <-•.in Wltta I'ljiit.tlinii-. 1 .(,* t.. 'picwnt then. ,n the WMMI Of intet*t to most ilh Canadian or Anvencjr i-runtuM. he said, would be th* %  it that sillhoufh some othei anadian Investment ilim* wn nown in Barbados already. Ihu >wly formed association b4wwii W Canada— Companv and Pnnlion* Ltd would provid* tot he* source of inf 01 nut jon .mil %  VtM tO Barbadian-. The ...nip.ni> are dealers in all • IM'v of aacurities in Canada. New Vork ~nd I-ondon and ||0M IV 1 -n< pwUcular emphasis on provitini;; up-to-dai, rep..i, „n sp-H |univa*itnientv fu laWT, iQ pi iM.ir i nrMKp of supervu(in imti vi MHuiities presently held in in." island to ensure their tunliiuiit> and maintenance of cartun.: power. M> Shaw aaid that his compan* hud uooii veiy .onii.te-MM) in v'unnt.ii over the past Ju year in no sntull measure due l< ih. - nm -In* h had been afToi I fd to elleuir. and that ihey v,-n if "o l**s sucr.a i vi %  ,.'!. h.II, the lot f spade work. Motor V' Ltd Also arriviiif f"i Mcssn H fc Co Lid wi quantity of inlmsJ .ind poultry t dO| tlMau, raspsetssi vit. .'rltten all liked much. As far ns he know, it was the llrst occaMon In this eenturv and ^ ln d -*nR 12. IMS; thai tlKit the House had felt A s lhc j; 1 began yesterday. """"•n nimself were menaces, The Unit spent over three weeks f C0UrM ,hl chapUi would mont whirh he madetaw" !" ,!!.. bul lhey WPre n0t sufflc
s 'n %  was a multei ol inore to Hunk alike I doii'i v'l'lZ t"' "' an(l vo > n ar y action of h ,'5j were both launched at death so shoot Inn scenes wei isful by the same tneoaure li the Britain West Indies Roth Mi ShSH aiul III \V.,u Will ii'iuain m Barbados for n few weekand lhey have planned tr mtai and talk with as many inicrs led invsMori as pfatslbk Mi Bhaw, being here for the tu-r Una*, .tulcd that the only ||llll| that .niild be blamed for bis failuie (0 a.vompliah this objective would he the unbounded hospitality whk-h he had been shown since arrival. What I ii jo> iiK-iif for you I O-llA % %  COl I I I #J rm :\>is • .% real I iinrlirmi Sperial al KlVIsSHTS riKIFNIX SOLA HUM \|s ANIMATED OPINIONS 99 L. \,,^^"i^". ,DC ."f"""""'"> B.reh himself "Cleanest City In The West Indies Say Commissioners of Health Members ' a IW'Cllcal joke. rtrrt discovered the islands, accordance with their political litrei> had said he had heard feeling of Judgment which went %  forwith ihe attitude of politics. ar,cr nc received the first letter. ny gotten. A few hours after the Daer-nm: in Dominica left the Careenage a light w. urted in filmseen Everyone on board th< u reservations, this would be the Nina I Ones powerwere exchanged between the twi lion which ahips and then the nnnouncem. i i he was circulated that it was a lhitc. .. r ^ lex Br y ce *ho joined the re A t ,iavi.„.,w !" i„w in .i-, „ ls.de like revolver shots " shortly afterwards, directed of -'G s %V 5.? i I rLiff received the flrsi letter u,e filming and location alonit Si _r__ M !" a n %  f 1 V uciB COul with Unit Manager Mr. IMUTI alonjr |lo nd shortly after midday \1 had eate ASXSSX Mif^F^ a^s^ g^ Mr tVilklnson. p„liiit< ,vo Id ISI T,,„L k2 i^TiaJt to '" *'" c "' d "" '" ,he Corocn. I !" M to tho ,hl|, wlUl th. %  almost a f.mlliTfl.ir ,„ .To S K^.J^CjTl^J^,; " "J* r "f" 1 £ " "".kin, "ha, the N. jnjbjto, ..I U ura mm both Caravel* ship shape for Barbados by another vessel. This in lhat shooting scenes. however proved to be ext i Hoard welcomed criticism. Speaking personally, any complaints thai were submitted to his Deattended lo promptly. H would a-k though %  bat c.iticisms Injust, not unle or vindictive as was presanh d by tha artlcla It was unfair to the I'uhIk Health bodhSS who w.ii' ilmn* lhali utmost in the interest of the health of the communit' despite the existing -iini.ulties. He i-onsideicd that lliaae. st.ilen.ent-. were worthy of notice t>ecause they appeared m an Important papei like the Advocate which helped to pollC) nf the that if he gave evidi ei-se. thing* would be made easy Frank Bundy. producer, and misleading and when we (all to ? r n m ^T"""? h . h0d "L ^ ne Alcx Br >' co dld * ,Cflt nmoun; ,n, Kingstown S< Vi...n, manage to time Hld hB , hc idca of ^..^ of flImlnf u Bo^^eb,, Th Jrj 23 put in | trap only occurred to him used the Edge Water Hotel ,ithere ftcr he had been arrested and Iheir headquarters and H crowd in St said that he ol local men took part It agues qu.et. Mr. Wilkinson ec the sterling comnn t Ihe Government and Government members. He hoped that Z[ Mr. Wilkinson would not blush Sought of when he said lhat for all the years h e had known him. he HRNdd meet one half-way IIZJt!t f,T ,r r P 0 '" 1 H wouW that Puttln would have realize, unlike some of his colleagues that the Government might possibly be right. F. D Mottley said thai he ported Ihe Adva.inv iK'wspapoi ;'" rasjardi %  and lustUUbts crillcisiii aliout sanitation They would recall that on almost every occasion when cnitcism appealed m the Press about sanitation lhe> had taken action to do something to ramedj' the situation As a result we saw the Nina Puttin asked him wanted I" work for In any case il i-hether h^ ('olumbua' voyages among dollar. islands and' taking possession of ; not likely then, in Ihe name of Spain. itrustcd While all the shooting of scenes Party Union nearby at the lime of the dol.la If they l n Barbados shoul I wol *k-ng suggestion, for five years (• ntinue to have B Government w 'he largcVnU made L^,"*,." **' refelved that UV he knew Toppin for about a week $* beat of their stay in the island. h L m „' !" f--J "^f* 1 ,0n: nn '' while he knew another witness. Regularly large groups of bearded h,d burnl al "hletown Phillips, who was supposed to be men c !" \"J?^1Jti ^f "f.** 11 of" this m, thai had put oui a numtufl bins They had also nde changes whereby men %  i Ihe City area with DUSB viment the Nina rarti cleaning UM tree! to 4 p.m. They had done IMe to keep the tied i lean Ahad often been < < i '.i.'< <•"iiditn.il". existed in the it% thai could hardly be ramedled until district markets had bean rslahlishe*i !"' ""'"OOd wore both refuelled a Nina RETl HMD He felt that all of them shoul J. At one time Cpl Devonish had pay tribute to the fact that Mr *" 1 •"" rrtunW to the C.I D Wilkinson had never yet been *.?_ In a,ul lhcn '" *" '" clubs and arb making the %  • wonderful cllmatC.' Accompanied by the O-erwoaJ. \II\I til' i l \f uut returned safelv to Bui•il>l"l'li /bados. The Nina was used f.r Soon after the Unit met with further fllmme .,r>H r„ a On J,„ y 20. ,946 th, l.,.r V m .r<-:..mbi ". ZT, ",', he innei B Careenage i-emalried then | Nina wag off thi of the island shooting scenes wher; brought into !h engine trouble occurred. At the |}i !" • ame time a strong wind begar lo blow and lhey hoisted The heard to oppose for the sake ol witness fo events at the engine was ind along working lon 1 ,n5 l "" was evenuiallj the sail, aV^'^f? and bouK->t %  > Mr. ,u.e „i ahn.it everything looked rosy, but un" %  '" "unte of Messrs. Manning opposition. He had never yet J -i.u. *hieh tookp '" f* al J ul fortunatelwhen the last k ill o. f nd c %  " Mi Munte, i teen small-minded not to give L^" l ^ f K ^ m :^J^ l '^ ,, n J petrol was used up the Nina WBS form V ** %  0| SI Intel credit where credit wa due. b, en befuddled, and bewiUhed by ,„ f from shore. *•. once told me thai nMr Wilkinson did not Jiwl a holtle of beer. He was enticed H olK>rt Clarke was then aloa.., "'•"'•' turning th,Nina 2to, throw bricks at the Government. J2 <£ wifo r)f thL mi(Io itIl(t „ m the Nina u, th. %  lib. wi'uld be sorry if Mr. Wilkln%  ** how imich weigh! they flroU( „r Barbadians. After thev wards travel i,, the S' %  went out of politics soon, should attach to such statement*. ran oul of peiroi lhl Nina drifted ,-ast to mak*ouId be a genuine regret on Mr. Recce in his short address out lo ^^ and no rna tter how hard Is the same Nina bul i vi win* part of every Government before the adjournment asked how Clarke tried he could not reach older and older li h QU I ,, member and equally on the part else could Pullin have been on Barbados. purpose still todav"" ?"" £ "' of members Of his party Dayrells Road unless he knew -"he vessel was later located.by use it as a lanrfmari. that the Utter had hit home, a Rescue and Search Organisation them how a) On Page 8 plane from Trinidad and on July to Sea Tourists Deterred "When statements like that api %  fore the public, pointing oui that Bndfetown iv one of ihe Itrtk "Ma .n the West Indies. tould you ask decent people of any ..it i. coma heie question-*d Mr. Moitley. He said thai the] had bad it (root the lips ol eminent public health men thai ilnwn nas about the area, would confirm ti' it. hiwas sure. Ml \ It Toppin said that the> should not let their hearts be troubled over this article for he had come in contact with quite u stand Ihe They in Barbados were more advanced than any colony in the flrltlsh Empire. Their constitution was the best outside of |no Domlnitns and was the best in Ihe Empire. Their sense of re• oonsibiliiy '• really peel They had a political atmosphere I second to none in the British Icirhory From the bottom of his heirt nnd from the bottom of the' hearts of all, he said !!..: the were proud to know Mr. Wilkin\ MW a a man and a politician. | Although lhey would like lo capture his feat, even his Mr. Adams') group would be extremely sorry when he was gone. Happy Prereder.1 Mr. Wilkinson replying said that he was overwhelmed by the reception given him that night. H's Honour the Speaker had a very happy thought* of getting them together He did not like any fuss, but the Speaker m his wisdom said it would be a good • hing for Barbados if they had that dinner, and as always, he howed to Mr Speaker. He thought that il was a happy oraeedenl for the future The cannot go on unless they had co-opera Uon. cooper at ion between labour capital and a> On fa-e f today An landmark to near th.. ell Airport. isltors to i> h.> bad remarked thai Hndg. Inwn W*J one Of the cleanest : itlss In tha West Indiss He was HITS thai jieoplc who came here not afres With the article Ml I V Goddard said thai Ihe dirt m Breed Street was partly attributable to Ihe Adveeate. Ml \ irlnr Chase supported the "f the previous speak> no eoiiliyl. m Bridgetown lhey had one of the cleanest cities in the West Indies. Mi J M Kidney was re-ap. pointed Chairman of the lioaid Mr. Kidnev, Mr E. I) Mottley and Mr T. II II Wilkinson will • (in pgeg i # 14'sh Irii'ni/s > AT $ WEATHERHEAD'S Buckleys Cough Mixture Buckleys While Km, Palmers Soap Palmers Ointment Palmers Bleach Cream Palmers Hair Success Ferrozone Tablets Hamiltons Pills Catrrrhxonc Ncrvelene Black Magic Choc. (3 sizes) Pascall's Marshmsllows 1 lb tin Pascall's Marshmallowi V* th pk. Pascall's Orchid Fruits I'.i i.ill-. Mixed Fruit Drops I'.. (,l n ,, ,. HalleSugar 1 lb. Pascall's Glucose Barley Sugar 1 lb. Royal 'icolch Shortbread Jacobs Cream Crackers Ivory Soap Camay Soap Torch Batteries Irradol A. Krthymol Tooth Paste Ellitnans Embrocallon "My Sin" Perfume "Scandal Perfume" HandiKix Shampoo Calmasmine (For Asttuna) BRICK WEATIIERIIEAD LINITFP Hi nl of Broad Street 8 •ttog He thought, he'said that'dest the difficulties In the (itv n> ODEX THE FAMILY SOAP O Gits skin really dun O Banish*, perspiration odor G Leaves body sweet and dainty S IBBSlBi % % % % % % % % % % % %  AVAILABLE II %  S PURINA S I POULTRY CHOWS S !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.t,ib„to,.. 5 '"~1 ^^^^;v.-.-.;-, : v.-. ; -.-.v.-.-v. ; r.v.v.v.KTOv.-.-.-.;-.-.-.-.-.I Macvrru PRICaTB ItOYAI. icoi Dtacum MacVITIE mien i WCOl H i BJ£AV BISCUITB JACOB'S EXHIBITION BISClilTS^VtSb gin HUNTI.EY* PALM&1S OSSOHwi BISCISTS WRIGHT'S RICH GINGER NUT BISCUITS pkl .. AUSTRALIA.'.sMOKF.n I.INM HAMS M ] SALAMI SAUSAOE M aar lb MORTADELLA BAUS .(IK i -: II Hi HAM—nrr lb BACON i'lb. C'lRGIiS/OLA CHI %  -. PORT SAI.c: ( HI %  ,„, |b DUTCH LUNCHEON KBSE I-i bali cmauum nm mvu Says Mr. Leo Kins: "YOU CAN RK-LION IT BEING TIIK SWEETEST TltEAT:" Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection PALM TOFFEE LTD LONDON. W.3 PALM' WORK* HARRISON'S BROAD ST BITUMINOUS ROOFING FELT %  Mi inrli.s % 


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i'\i.i iic.iir IIUIHADOS \iivot.\Ti. FRIDAY WKII. 6. Iil Briggs Wins AH Events In Division II to Become Victor Ludorum M W.-s/er Hall flips' SparU SEYMOUR BRKiGS, 11, of II.. Victor Ludorum '.1 the Wesley Hall Boys' School Athletic Sports at Empire Club grounds jrte%>r<>ay. Brigns totalled 25 points by winning the lorn: jump. 80 yards, 1.50 yards and high jump; that is, all .he events for his Division. ~~ — "~ j SESSION* .i ,i,i., ih ,.i J I H.ll l-\l\l-Ot I AMI THE* TMI IMM Hilt %  l.iiwr with 41 i%  %  Parkin?'.n WM third wlih 31 i Wji.inu.'.n drought up the ro;ir. hjving Rot a incasjre 18. The eavtlfop and graundi wrtr HI frienda and the H.iv held WTll tnir Mm Ch dWHbiited II t | IVtlowkng ,ir>iri. I. \ H ..• 1 \ U: | • ina .liaieIS II nmowmo fiticKrT PALL ii-..t-. II I", fire07 yd* I . Tin* %  U I • HIGH JUMP iJuaSsni i A iA RM> ,< %  n orMtudn >A.. ,3. lloldtr 'W. Time 10 *rti. H YARDS TtACT I Archer Ai: I> CM.in.lert. • M1GII Jl'MP Settlor* t l I'hancl l.r fAi Hi Corbin lAl, ill -"marl ; %  11 IV YARD* RACE •Inlftmrrliair.' I HriW* IC' 1 i Hold** 111 *i I UtM ,i M i %  %  • %  C1 J CMMM 1 | lllf.t! i m .l-atf ill RrMW. tC: Hi Holder *n IS VlS.lTr.rtS IIACF 111 II. l*a,.^k nnd J. ROUII n 1" 4H YARDS HACr 'Op*tl -ill C Prathwallp (p. .( I %  in I' ir. S. Si nding nip letter by pott, he.iid. unVient cvkteiKc that the letter had been sent. II I'Utnr ktirw nothlnc about the matter why did h* make a stajfmenf Grin of the two wftMim who Haw evidence y**t*rdv ^fore . who tajld the Cwi't th;il 0Q Ulc iiltthl of January 21 v Inn !uttui W at the C.l O Inspector Franklyn drew Puuln* to the similarity o( writing on an envelope which Pultta hnrl admitted he had written anil thai of the threnleninr Mftaf Kvidence Crrohorted S((t I'hiUip* eorroUorated Infpaietor Pranklyn' evidence about &,clapping on the back nnd naymi; that Franklyn was a master Putlin said that he had only intruded it as a bluff lo Birch. After PutUn had been charned, he was cautioned before he was asked to • .dement The other witness to give evidence was Cpl Devontsh. He tcld the court how he and two nther iollcemen had watted on Dayrells Road, had wen Birch ilarc the parcel beside the *in jiost. and had aeen two men stot> near It, Subsequently one relumed and picking up the parcel, placed it in his bosom. Tlu-v ;,i rested Toppin. the man who had picked up the parcel. Devonish went on to tell how he went to Putlln'i home after he hu-' received other information nnd how Puttln was asked to go to the C.J.D.. though not under arrest TWO HANDS hand* of unrxpartaal >ssMttvMsa in thase mrroundlngt. fianh down to *n nncenwlous boxer Tksy sr Die hand* of d<-tnr.e n>-n 'hry oxaminad %  Lloyd Marntall Tse lO.unn people at Harnami and (ariiallon Ked. Whan Turplu arrived back In hla drosslng rooi sago of congratulation from the Dutch psople Then*Mr. Wilmxen went to Van Dam's dressing Oockell -em Lloyd Marshall, coloured Amoricai ten erondcount made the total of 'i* seconds Mar-hall waa brief about his eclipse. Re said room willi a coffin-shaped box of more Dutch flown,. conqueror of Freddi" Mills and Tommy Farr. through the ropein 2fi seconds, and the "Cockell hit me with a right and everyUitng went black." Savannah Club Tonnis Tournunirnt TFTFRDAVS REStJ.TS SUM i. mil in i allia J WHl and J D. Triminghar* I I H.nne. 8" 1, a—. •MM i, uni I-.I.I n.,,di P Mi.i [) Wrud jud I" C Q Mannlm CLFAMFS7 C/T) % From Page S jigain serve on" the Finance Cominiltee. Mr. Mottlev. Mr. Wilkinson, Mi Layne and Mr Trevor Bowling were appointed to serve on the Scavenging Committee. Mr. Toppin and Mr. Bowring nre new members of the Board nnd were welcomed by the Chairtn.in. They expressed thanks. Mr. W. R. Coward Re-elecle to Mr ,1, A. Havnrs whether the minutes of the las. meotmii should be read The !,„,„ Approved I h.iimsn. Rev. Mallalieu. alld *ller reerivmi the A-es,ment thai It was a letal meetlna R„||, me Vestrv aurreri to I loon and he saw no reason why the „( ,2.400 to I* repaid in 15 vaars' minutes should not be read. Some t ,„. lhr purpose of erecting three of Ihe members arfuM for u time latrines and baths m the parish. Bui Ihe matter was adjnurned foi Tru „,„!!„„ „ as moved by Mr Ufal anyler. I,. Smith who said thai il MM '.IThe Vestry appointed Messrs. duty of the Vestrv to get the sanl. Williams, A. Carter and C. R arv „„,„„, Bt hf v ,., ,>,„ lb> He said it matte verv I r that llutson as representat Board of Nomination for the Vestry had been denims with lor Parish Church and Messrs. E. H pome vears They know that the Farmer and A. Yenrwood for St ncaUh „, nc ,.„ un ,r, Mpead Arms Church proiier sanitation. Poor Low Guardians are Mr Thl V eslry carried a move six W C.oodins" and Mr. R Ije. Corn,„ lh ,c C when the, ton.idr,,,! %  inlisioneis of llilhways. Mr A. P | Wlcr rc „.iviyl from Ihe Colonial Cos. Mr C Williams and Mr G sccelaiv with regards to ollowHuUon, Commissioners '„'if*"". Ins Sanllaq liwpertors assist in Mr I. Smith. Mr. C, Williams hc „„,„„„„„ „ r voters under the A. Cox, Mr. W. n. coward and llpw Ac lt WM decided as Bwnasl l.ilill S I I \ I 1 1:1 Ml V ool Ml. 1HMU1 D. 1 O it %  mi B. P. Tsylor v i II M.i,1.1. .. I r M II P..UY M n. WILKINSON HONOURED g> From Page 5 everyone in tinisland. He thounin ihal tinstep that MTSpeaker had taken Ihut night ww n very Important one It afcw o d %  peration and he hoped thev would have more of dlnnon in ihe future baeayuee he hoHeved it brought tiis'in together more t' 1 irtlo the iimisi nt Aasornblj nnd abusing BBOh other. He aaid that both Mi. AL.'i.s .and himself, althi difTciiii mi .1 tew poll %  at the] had Uitened to each other. n* was not in the House i"t the aake [here for n,irl>ados. He thanked Mr SrAdams nnd everyone [M KM •• %  ) they had received him as guest lid (hat his only %  ;K that he could not llnd % %  appreciation What's on Today Court of Grand Sessloivi— 10 am. Court of Appeal and Lower < ..uTi-—10 %  m. Sale -one \ KI Austin ear (damaged In aerldent) at the in in i.ii Motor Bwa Co Nelson Street2pm s, v.Mu.if.l I estlval at t'ombermere School — 3 p m Monthly reunlun of the Combermere Old Boys" Asaoi i. ii.„ i tdin show H p m \ll M.-..I hi..lol-er CHaasaai" la n ....... .nd l i. — .ii.f MB he si ale*' P i. da. HrBI ml Mr. R Thl A. L. Tax Relief Committee Agreement Reached ... Ihr Inspectors '" that they did parish's time. T*"—• ptostni al Ih' n'etiiia %  Rer. Mallalieu C'lvau naix Mi-sir-. OX, C WHiunim. W T %  .....in,a. Carter. I. Smith I. I.. Gill. %  I A tsee and n It llut-ai TraKir lloit'I No. 19 • Do nat Open the IVoor of Voui Vehicle t'nles. i >ou Make Sure Thai the Safety of Other Road Peart h not l ii-l ni ..-t.il • Space made available by CANADA DRV for Safer Motoring The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: 5 57 am San Set.: 6 10 p m Moon (New): April 6 Lighting: I 31 %  m High Water: 3 IR a m 3 55 p m. VFSTFRDAV Rainfall ICodrlnglOTt): Nil Total lor month to yester day: ? In Temperature (Max): S5 5* F Temperature (Mln: 7*8' F Wind Direction: '' i m ) E.8 E. (S p ml E 8 E Wind VeloeHr: 7 mtles per hour H ,,. ,ii. i.i (tarn) S0.au. (3 p m> S a> From I'age 1 The terms allow worker" i receive I20 men mid $1 00 women, raising them from 81 cents and 76 cents respectively; an eight hour day. nnd tasks get U> remain as before the strike; Workers tn receive Ihr n u WtJM raUtiiapacUva Irorn •Tanuary i. for all days actually ernploeed Tinback pay U to be paid OH April 21 Kelereme Board There is also to IKU Reference It. .HT.I i-oniposed of seven members n -pii'M-tituig worker.of seveii employers under the Clinirmanuhir Of the LabDU (Hlin i and the quorum would be three from eacli mrie. The Board is lo meel qaarlerl) f.-r ordinary meetings but a special t.iie mav Ixcalled at the rc<|ue*i of any lluee members. l-.i.. i : -I'-lr-.t'i have give*') the umleilaking to do e\er>thing in their power to make Ihe workers understand that they nm %  S ive a fair day's work for a fair ay'* wage. A great sense of relief wm tall thiounhout the eonuniin.ty al an outcome of these deliberations, and though there Is some reservatior on the back pay score because o the unnotifled nature of ihc strike, and Ihe fact that some employers suifcred crop leases, it is generally fell that the derisions gave an oppcrUinfty to bridge the Ifulf created belween employer and worker, and restore the atmesphere of understanding and goodwill, essential to the prosperity of th,. island. | They'll Pah livery Time By Jimmy Hatlt Ertn Pact* •f PJg^WINCJ i rYEAST-YITE JA.XETT.t IMIKSS ARE YOU More Irritable These Days? Has the *Wai--and-i>ar" of modern HviDg--witb ita daily otruggte to make ends meet despite abort age* anil "high prices"—begun Jo wear on your wires? Do you feel you're no! getting enough reert —and feel ao edgy half the lime, you can't enjoy life any oaora? Well, you ..in' help the unhappy condition of Ihe world —but you can help yovrwll! Because thousands of Canadian men and women say they God Ibey take these worries, in their stride -after taking Dr. Chase's Nerve Food for a while. This well-known ionic which contains Vitamin Hi, Iron and other needed minerals -help* build up your vitality and aids In toning up your whoU aystem. Get DV. Cbaae'e Nerve Food today! Sea if you don't rr*i better, rat better, feel betUr. The name "Dr. Chase" i your -aeuranc*. The large "economy sdxa" ia your iieot Buy. ia Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd 10, 11,12 Ac 13 Broad Street. See US lo.' BRC FABRIC EXPANDED METAL TEMPERED HARD BOARD OIL STOVES & OVENS i ., etnqi orr. m>. i. Qinqs ittOjg N nnrt'u ns'.VM'OPUNIU .' A CORHtM A s. INS THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC B ENEF IT Yesl — Yeait-Vuc quickly aorahei away hradaihc*. neuratoia, nerrc and rhcunntis' pains but "t does something else too I Because of i valuable tonic propcr.ics Y M Vite helps you to i.tl hrighicr. Vook better, sleep more ajyttf and enjoy more energ. -...Mime -antpavn..;..! lasaYeiatand get louic benefit loo I Cpslalrs over MHslMS. l.ouer Broad Street BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON. COCKTAIL and EVENING GOWNS Open SATURDAY MORNING until ll.3t. Tei. 2684 SCHOOLS MUSICAL FF.ST1VAL. 1951 HIMIIII Bj itogaad Chctfri and Solotata of KI.FMENTARY AND SKCONI1ARV BOBOOLH A'MSL.I bf UM I'niue Banal Under the direction of Captain C. E. 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Michael t DIAL 432K I; UMKWWMV^/M'/IWIWWIWMIWVWWI SHIRTS By \\ S TI\ HEED STIFF FRONT DRESS SEMI-STIFF DRESS SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED By VAN III I si:.\ COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED By AEIITE\ SHORT SLEEVE SPORT AT C. B. RICE & CO. Our New Stocks nl BUILDING MATERIALS include:— OIL-TEMPERED IIARDBOARD Ifc" thick, 4' ; B'. 8'. Ill' lone at lc. ta, fi. STANDARD HARDROARD 3/lg" thick. 4' 8' at 2fkt. sq. (I. •s" thick. 4' • B. 8'. Ill' Ions SURINAM" PLYWOOD Treated to resist Termites, %  s" thick. 4' K al 28e. so., ft l ." thick. V V at 34c. sq. ft. 'Phone : 4267 WILKINSON & BAYNIS CO.. LTD.



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I lilliW. W'KIL li. 1931 \ BARBADOS ADVCH AW I'M.I StVI s CLASSIFIED ADS. Il IH M XOTKIS |>l m | BAfJBS ron HIM TILCFMONI 2501 The chart* lor Fifth.. Mirtiun Doe!*. eMsrer,ti. and In Memorial %  •90 on .*t>-*Ui end II-* tot any number of e/crde ui 3 rente pc word on wratk-dayi MM nnii Mr word on Sundays tor additional word S_L, 1-For Birth.. Married* or Enagnri MtnouncfntMili In Carib I eneig* i* 00 (or any number ol word. %  r ia H and • rcnta per word lor r ci GOVUNMINT NOIHTS Any person claiming to be a lawful relative of the late GEORGE FULLER who died at the Kmi: iM flwI art*.• %  ••. ,.*,.„. H rrala Stindaya I' tp**rde S rente a ual 1* C. :,.f I d.-lli-ig hoaee thetaen. taapeeUor. on application lo MM B H Dc.wi.ie at ternrr ol Roebuck gSreet ;..d Beddrd L„, .ii < i-rlltlon al earr ofSre, Jam" ftirrei. on Friday IJth April IMI t %  .-de-. l-rdln. bnie %  iirr hahla KCBMOOI. TelrCano tan. % %  -.in vtnh bath aL Iwn .irail.-. b* r.ir.f..M*bl. privar M*M it BSI tfeta H %  g W i ai Sj %  meal* T' •3T1 (% MM Uan,, %  1 rt> good i Appl* Ml! DtrARTMENT OF EDl"( ATION VACANCIES IN THE ELEMENTARY TEA( HIM; SFKVH I. Applications are IfHrfttd final teachers (women) with al least; 10 years' teaching experience (or thell.Mdships of thr following •chools: — S! CtttMrtM'ti Mixed School, St. Philip; Eberwver Girls' School. St. Philip. The minimum professional tiualiflcation required is the CCftlti.-ate 'A' of the Dep;irtinent of exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scilc fi Head Teachers in Grade I E'cmentary. Schools. Candidates who have already s*i submitted application forms in re'"" Fpect of previous vacancies (now J*.^! lilli'il) may apply by lettar, accompanied by a recent testimonial. AH other enndidates — should make application on the appropriate form which may bf obtained from Ihp Department ol Education. All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked — "/tppotntmenls Board" in the top left hand corner and in si the Department of Education by H. Saturday 14th April. ISM. co. LTD. 6.4.51—2 n l/lKHlEff.Two (3> CheVT.i." w IH...I.U %  BB—CJJ Mrktni i •ctOTA-. Can bi.i St. Thomai. and III be offered tor xi. on >. Ith April IMI. at | p n .. MttToiL Olll vcte S £>, A bantam UU %  wtasr caraa*. Isktw lor Ba, pur, !" on %  oa —j the lIUi .it.d thla SOIh dav n( March IMI. I A INfiltAHM. J P Shetirl t> Hcliminc Offieer. 31 J. '1 lii EI.E I.I II %  •I n uram %  %  I .-.II ajum qualifled lo vole al A %  laahto for vi \,„|i,. that I hvf ippulnted The Cnmn RMA to eivf fnr Ih* Pariah of tSt Andttw tn toe QeneraJ n—iinhij ol om i.,...o i-by further give nolta-e th*l I of .i Poll belna r.qni.rtf for me drtrrmination of Ihr old Ueeltoii. I tt naniattaau | M Cia •l.ar.. IM A. Panveo M. C.. ltd. XI nVfSVffSN Sh-rr. I) Trlnwl^l Coni %  i M sw.os H -hare. HI Plantation* Ltd. 11 fiefe-eiire Share* Rx P|viod The above aharen will be offered f ttUon at *,r Ofll. r -l. on fJiday. 0th April. ., ii I W CIAKKI. lr Cl> %  11 J.M < urn ni\<. %  . .: %  I'nureh Ul* rardt Ihc era. and IM. Mn. T A llerbfri D> !•-.. U| WMi I U ii DFV I*.irreai-I A • 4.11-11 AUCTION UNDER THE IVOHY HAMMER 111 ...':,. III aell al But Cu •;. %  :.%  • % %  • %  h ill IMS A-40 Aualln Or V mile, iD^naged in al 3 pm Tenri \--ii VIMl'NT (IHirriTH i. S Swan Street. Vv %  tniii pfcnii*e>. vr\ MardOU v Axriif OBkf* Al'I'K or DWI SMS II 5 M In assArtirni • detvmi, OB| %  -..I,. ,1 1 .1 i ic, ttn-a and i \:. >enlnire. . i llwr pat 14 51. 4n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE! I A Mi.ugha.v I I IMI %  CM %  I I lq.^ pwaMI If SlrH .< %  DM BRMM II :--i-. i il.ii.blr roof board and ahingle ahop U Eagle Malt. 91 Mk-hael. for pernilaeloi. lo uar aatd Liquor U.enar Ac. at J hoard and shingle ahop *( Ughiafoot (roaa lABd. St Michael. Dat.il Ihn Mh dav of Ami. (Ml, To FA McLXOD, Eaq Pollr Miigialmlr. Dlni Ult,; cam .hnfU: .-rank chant, crank driving wheel .hafl.: their part. nHtoi ; pi-li" pollen brake brako ..i.-li.K. .; fender., front ii-i> itinn vrmm; bUdea. nicermg rnng abaft arm., ulni.(inn rngtnei. nnd replacemenl oii'rcling rod.; ckaM i—iing.. diflrreniula and •• capement con. I: %  !.life Dial 4311. 31 3 SI—n. ind their k< urppon.: water pun i*lve: valve operjllng tappet*, valv. •pringi: clutrhe* and their part.; elute." pedal.; clutch operallng lever.; gear. iranamlMlon mrehanl.m and their partliancmlcalon houilng.. traiwmUalo • .hafts, untveraal Joint, and ttMU PSTM brake lining.; brako choe limnga. rlutch [lato lacing., fan belt.: ra.kel", Itexlbl. hM for radiators: metalli pi.ton rinse; radio nrnj port, thereof, jnd will I ragKter Ihe aarr* alter one r Ihe 4ih day ol April IMI. perron .hall tn Ihe meantime n duplicih* lo me n\ m; iVpoaltion f .u*'" regt.l i be .een ..n "ii offlc* Dated Dl day of March. HM tl Wll.l.tAMK. liar al Trndt Mark*. 14JU 3 CUIITAIN FITTrNOS—For cmart window atyllng, light control, Valai.r* aim dranerlee Bv Klrarh. Dial 4n§ A gUUOlSSj A CO., LTD. 1SJJ.9I— UJ> 1..M n 1. •'•> %  A'iHi.w..i'Ki'.i. M,\I u?:;ri,v lab q I k Hand und Client Rawi. Ptaner-. JolnU-r. Ite I : %  wllclird llln 4TM ANOII i Mirhni Sirc.i i.i si—II LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE l. Mall I I galvai.ircd 'lir p V I EMPIRE (LIB The Annual General HMt. ing of the above Club will M helo nt the 1' Friday. 6th April Bt t iun F. A. V. WILLIAMS. Honjr. Secretary 293 51—2n WATCH THIS SPACE Join ADVOCATES tL£Ar4iR CITY CAMPAIGN M.V. 'LADY JOY" Accepting CirRo and Passengers for St. Lucia. HANSCHELL. 1.ARSEN Si CO.. LTD. Agents. Tt'< TAKE NOTICE QMS at GENERAL MOTUfIS CORPOHA-V .. ,. .1 .,.. : l.r Ihe law. ol Ihe Stale ol Mlawjre. Untied Stalca ol An erica. • %  I.. wtiol n klndc, rraMoi drlvwn trctalshrs, auuaw IMkl of all kind., bodira and huraa. lor motor driven vehicle.: part. ind acceaaorlee of motor dm Inlemal wnibgUlon rii-i: Mjttl theieof and aOMCSOrtM Ihfratdj CtaftnlU und pollctllng preparation.. heater*, radio appornlu., and will be eiilltled lo etfl'lrr Ihc •in aller one he 4lh day ol April 1M1. unlci iplKMf to inr at B '.: % %  In,' .. . %  %  % %  II my omce NOTICE 0 Th*t GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. u corporallon organlced and ing under the lav., of Ihe Stale ol Delaware, United SUtea of Amei.a Mi iiiifaclurei*. whore trade or l> i.lnea. ..i:.lrra I. -Vl Gr.md %  OUHISWI A Ci.u Avenue. Detroit, sute of Mu-hlgan. I S A. ha, oppllid for Ihc tefiatiatloii of .' trade mark In Pan "A" ol Rrsl.t* In rnprci of roller bearing!, .halt ranch**, .tep. and pe.le.laU. and pillow block, uaed with mnehlnerr dialting and parta Ihrreof. ball bearing., roller near. Ing.. anlifrM-lion beating. M all kinds; journal boxcv brake, for Cfi-lea and ejeie hub.; eoaaler huM; variable .peed I,..i.. ......ter hr.ike.. hell., mechanical gearing for applying motive power M -halting: power unlli thai rmbod> ah electric motor and iran.iuluUqn mw-hartIwn for controlling the aperd of tb output power member. and will be rnlltlrd lo regliter (he umr aflci i-nr n.onui from the 4th day ol Apill. Itt., i-nleiu >ome perwn .hall In Ihe rrkfdC* lime give nolice m doplknlr lo me at iv oilier ot opposition of ruch regtt TM. .' %  .,. ol March. 1041 WILLIAM* I of Ttade \! %  • TAKE NOTICE NEW DEPARTURE TAKE NOTICE 0LDSM0BILE TION. tiI tin Mate TAKE NOTICE 0T0 i.tmg undri DM km % %  II l,.wnre. t'.,i1e-t S-...I. „l Anrilra iiiulaclurco. whoee trade iluilrmg I%  I 0 I I !' %  %  emie. ivir.-il BtSM iM Mi.l.lg.i, .A ba. applied for Ihe rrfiltration ;n Irade mark In P-n \ te.pect ..I eleclricjl Ii ilat..l B'ASTED •leek TI rente 14 •rordc — owdr M ird MSSft I cnli HELP RELIANCE SHIBT FACTORY %  .i*ndnl n.iair> i •l li .-. ., ntSCELLANKOO* v TE CASH for dtarnand lorl•UUu Royal Yaebl Club M.t.31 -TIN me nnl %  oied l'..-l.i t si %  %  Hon ma -o.ked off the p.,;* %  %  in gri at \LTEP liliooKS, Albani Yi>rk. Uli TAKE NOTICE CADILLAC .... MOTORV C.1HP.IH* "<*! nrparM Mpjdstd] ancj i 'i Msti .a ol >de or huainea mlrvard *.... ..I Ml-hlgan p trdlMiatlon ol A' of Hegt.| uti.irro !• He-' i. n vehicle*. Ml i "in-iui of wen r.gi.t Irade mark .-i.n M aeon al my oMtie la day of March, it II WO Reglalrar of Trade \t.ik14 11 TAKE NOTICE That til'ALI'AI MOTDIIS CORPORAION. • mrporstl .. !/ % %  i .< I .1. : Ihe l..w. of Ihe Stale nf ., . |aiinf..riiiici. -I-* Irade ildrea, i. Went Urand B.mie. A CM> ..mil. stalg M U %  ^ ..II v ...i bile..i: ih %  %  > plied lot IOM, r.NERAL MOTO i tl iw Of I • %  ... whoae trade .. %  I .( Michigan, theregi.tralioo In H'irt roller n -I'I.-I i %  Signed G. i J ,il l.ui'iulng Coi %  mi.n Ihf '.I CKLcB lpg %  II I rrnjteet I I I iti mn. i.i.ue. for %  i hub-, v; .-e. : bell* Cearinf lo implying moli power unit" truit %  I'lUVIMI TM ptibltc are heir! uarncd -H :. V. 'I HI .•.MIHOM I '"' ho'jl m>Ml( ieapon.ible frr I %  hi iny nme Signed DONALD BAHROW. vt Philip I.1IVI A FcMJNB LOST TAKE NOTICE 4**** TO-DAY S NEWS FLASH KeMiilifiil l.iimii SII.-MIYK I OMM I'iMi %  i--.i-i] %  T UN JOHNSONS STATIONERY and HARDWARE Tiit orsrr.M MoTons conpoiiA TION. a corporation organized an* el.llng older Ihe U. ol the Rial* o Delaware. Untied ML.te* of America M.ri U l.,ctorer. whOM tnrte nr hu.lpe* i Orand Boulevard A Caa Aieooe. DelrolL Hfate of Michigan USA. haa applied for the ten,mains pi Urw i:ori ueed with macenrerv Mianlng and >-rl. thereof, ball bearlnga. roller, beai nge. antlfrtctlon bearing, of all kindntirnal bo*e>. brake. f..r cvclr. an vele hub.; coaler hiiba; variable .pee learin* for applying maUve man I 1 ifnng. power unit, lhal urn for lonlrolling Ihe i % %  oi-tput ponre rrember. and will ienUlled In retrldrr the eame ofler nimon'h from Ihe 4th day Cat I.I... MfM BSnSM ''-..II ui |M in-,! oppnntlon of %  > lion. The trade SUI applicatlnn al mj ofllce D,nled thi. Sltt day of M H WIU R.gi.lmr ol T.ade Mark. iiJi *n i ii.ii..-.-. ring., rtu.lt an.) pillow •'.altiur and roller brarrrcle. and MMI -v. i %  .. ,.. % %  ,1 %  IHcd Of OUtpMI power member. nnd will be t> %  b i IM astna %  '' %  • %  • rr.onih Mn IBs *" %  aai of Apui i ofUce ol n The Had.mark Delaware. United Muruifnelur-... wbov lr;.de or bli'inew bddrtM IWert Orand ll„u;eM.d f) Leca nue. laetroit. Bl la USA haa nppln.l (or Ihe reci.lratlon •* iad mark tn Part A ca I m m • -Iiect of IraneporUllon elemont all kind-, rooto, dilvcn vchi In bile, nnd leueke of all kind.: bodice, i.hn haral. for motor drive,, V.M.I.V. i|ir and aceceone. of motor driven \ehiclii internal combu.lmii rnginei Iherrol r po tuning ..ti. %  '. afli 1 ...... Uh fn April IMI. mil 1 It real stratum. The PMfl on -i %  y of March. IMI. I WIU.IAMB, ir Ol Tr.dc MalU TAKE NOTICE DEL-CO That GENERAL MOTOILS CORPORATION, a corporation organired and *a.illig under Ihe law. of Ihe State nf Delaware, thwi-d Slatoa of America • IM.~' t'.lll.1 andtera l. Weil flrond lloiilevard A Car\ St.ite of Michigan. USA hen RWliud for the regi.trali.-.i of .. irade mark in 1-nrt "A'' of Regi.ln In reaper! ol elevtrh-al .Urtu.g. HgMln.' aejd Ignilwri apparoln. nnd part, thereof .i..ployed with Internal com hurt in i engii e. for uae on aulomoblle.. motor .11 ami Ihe like, electrkta. J parta thereof, radio receiving HU .n" 1 par If there'll. ihork i... I ..U.ulic ihork sl'wrbar*. brakc< and Ihe like: lubrwat.n| oil. and crrewar.. ipeedometer.. tho.neier.. odomeleri; MM* I brskea and part* thereof trailer* i j g-.krt.. be || t iMMi electri, lafaSMl I dBf for electric lighta. thermoetal.. r.irrent geoerallng aid dlatrlbuttng istm. lor In I anil power purpour.; power operated (I rumo.; etectrlc rnotora an.l part, therenf. .latorTutor. antaatUrM, ...vnt merhani.n.. termtnal block, electric Rl ptrti thereof. wtlche.. eleclnc-l tondi'..r* and connector.; dvamo hruataht: ichboard.. trtan. circuit btcuker*: generalore; magneto.: elec%  %  i waiMncr machine.. wringer.. Iron*, pun.p.. tmtcf tyetrrr... i horn., alanalt. alarmr. fant. t-merc. %  wiper., oil and ga. Wirnete. and IMTt, i boiler.. Iiiniacet; iri.trumenl panel.. rlv/k brake.. MMI rl|.,uiragrn. pedul.. connecting rod.: %  ehlelfront end .uepena-V*. ... rr.onih from the 4ih flay Ml. unlen anme perea-i ihail I in d-jplieet I .... IN I .-;,[ Mdtkej ( n i.ade mark' ran t applicalkin at inv offtri. I Dm ai.t dav of M If WI1JJAMS. Rrglrtrar of Trade Metk. 4.5. 2 1 %  nr TAKE NOTICE P0NTIAC Thi.1 OENFKAI. MOTORS (MHPORA TION. a corporallon organlted III.H elriing under Hie tawc of r Delaware. United State* of Arrenca Maimfaclurera. whow trade or budnrc. addrera I. West Orand Boulevard A Caai Avenue. IM-lrolt. Stole ol Mlehlgai. %  lui Ihe reflMratlon .1 a trade mark It. Part "A i>( llrglrtet in %  •.pert ol transportation element, o' all kind.. Mrjtdf ilili-ii .-In. lea. a-iloni ibite, and truck* of all kindi. home, aim char.li for motor driven vehicle, perl end nccetannee. of motor driven veh.i-le. Internal combuetton engine.. puti i %  %  i 'i %  "i" H i-r.n.. .l.-;irt| and pnllahlnci prepare lion.. heat.-i. n-dlo apparatui. and will M entitled In ri-ri.lir Ihe .*n.e after one month fiom the 111. day of April IMI, .mica aome peeaon enall In the maantlnir |IV i.ui.In iliplkale lo me at my oCTl"' M nppncrlM.il ol eiarh resjclrallan. Th.trade mark can bx> -een on applici.t -m ..' ,. ..fl.-e n.n.l Ida 31rt day of March. IM: II WILLIAM*. Regt.tr.. ol Trade Hark the reel rk In Part 'A el n.-.n-t.. eh mill,.' I K. ol :.ll kind %  %  %  %  %  ,oonll. from e give nollre .I.i. h. IMI H i II.IAMS. .ehlrie* iternal rombuation engine.. parti %  icreof and ..rorlee ihrret... .leam.i -lUhing ,.,,.^.,..1,..,,.. heal-r• ciio apBWotur, and will be .muled H •.later Ih* %  am* after one month freer Ml. tintee.ntlme give odtlaa I %  n i MBM ,.-... In..I M.r.h. I HI I WII.IIAMH. M Tiade Marki 4 4 SI TAKE NOTICE IH 11)1'.! •Jut'iew lolled Si.iti. of An en. | ... | %  i ,i, v.. -i Oral -I Bo ilevard A, On %  I %  I%  I 'gt Ml. hi,.i t SIA ha i|i|iln.l lor the legi'lratl.... iiIn Part "A" "I lUgl.lt I li in.i.i.Mutton i lenient, i JI v. ..t.. ccrata M I.. TAKE NOTICE ,il kind.; hodlea and lew (Mvcja .-i i in vihwlK. Ion .i*lii — perl. thereto, clean in* i I .-. .ml Ul'll be rnlltled t regi-trr the .....,after one inoi.ll. Iron. U I IB -'-' .'< Apul IMI, in.le.i % %  Ih.II .ntttne giie %  %  tin In l .,al. lo BM M my office ol ol Midi (agietrallon Th. ti..u. n, ok I.I ..in on appltcall.-i I | of March, IMI II WIU.IAMS, I I, i,. -.1 .,. 4 4JI In TAKE NOTICE HARRISON li.it OEMI'IIAI. MllTmiS IIHIIMII I %  .HI oriiauiied and Ihe Stale %  > til Htalr. .1 Atirrln .lamilael.irci., whoM trade or bualnea II.II.M i. w.. Orand Boulevard ACan „f Michigan 1.B.A ha. npplltd for Ihe redtotrrdton tU ill A of BrgLle. iili.tor. and water heaUl | %  %  .. B Avenue. Detroit, I ..... a Irade m.iik tn ('..it "A .., u %  i %  nil knl. motar dyieg vehk bit.. Mid i %  Cll'.I.ll 1"! I nolice In di OM '!"'• trade mark O) i.ill.tor. D I.:. I 1 %  ... ,.„1 will I... i-ntllled Id t %  innt.lh fr.it Ml) o. or ..pui IMI nrl*%ui of ..I.I. MfMtn gtd TAKE NOTICE AC TAKE NOTICE GENERAL MOTORS Thai GENERAL MoTOBS CORPORATION, a totouralioi. organired and riiOMcf under the low. ol Ihe Mr f Duaware. United Slate, of An erfhl. Manutacturerr. whoae Irade or burner. %  djdrarj w-i Qrcaad % % % % %  %  < /. %  %  %  Avenue. IMlroit Stole of Michigan. II-A ha. .ppli-o for the regi.tr-.ti. r of ll.g -I. That GENERAL M"lul' TION. a NrwiU cui.ting under the law. of in, -.i .( Delaware. Cited State, of An—-I. Manufactu.er.. whore irade %  ddrerat U We.T Orand Boulevard A Caaa I I USA ha. .•:„..„.| f,„ I h* ,... trade mark m Bar) In r'.pei-l of ..cceaaDTica and OrtNii ot •II kind. I..i mCMwt drK.., ,nurlo and %  ngine.. clxtrnal •pp>ra*u( of U kind*, lea.urlng and re.e.utrV .pi plug. -|..i(k plug porre." .' i r. lor P'rvgnlarig .. %  t. %  -. %  •park plug Hating Oi I for .Ir.nlng P ^*rh .1 <• ometlooa. pi luding | ...I..I-, gauge. all kind. bile. an. . ,--,. : and err. internal thereof Mat ;• radio an irgi.lei i cd 1 llTl -I 4lh m tiucke of all kind*: berdi r motor driven vehicle, inorlei of motor driven v. cornbuatlon rngin.a. I 'l MfM Ha DksrcjM li.hiog preparaliona. I. %  aratii.. arul v. Ill la.it He ume after one tnoi.ll day of April |MI eon ahall In thr neantin me at my o !• %  I Hi I M %  rievlert .nil app.ratja: liquid 1 Id ,,.. CMgcjaata, air rle.inera of .11 Hint ind bined air ckinrti and intake i Mn*d ilr t lei. run and (In e g . BA COM breathtr. Ml ing I odometer.. %  led to : parta .>od g re c—i rt gi -ii nnd will he %  unMM fi< II i ve Apul lll i appl. iir Iratel prnblrmi lo . — HOLIDAY TRAVEL LTD. Main Floor: Cave, Shepherd w4 ::: I'hnnri ::: 20 TAKE NOTICE TITAN •"•f. a torporalMa org.i caMi undM ,he la.. .J u.. Stole of Ikria.are United Hlale. I Manufacturer. *ho-e timtc ruidreea r. Weal (iiand '1 Avenue. % %  rip, USA ha -ppl.ed lot tn.reg..lecffcwa. w> a ttade mark tn Part "A" "t B— I at let raapert ..I •.... -• %  %*. are 'ind atM-tdkr n-,11 BL.. %  eluding .park plug.. c*a*rSj ig pea*. .dud parti, radio apark plug. reucior. for ., m ^, .,,,. %  pparatui radio apat> .,, rtt-M.e aMM Ca>ii|. M neclton.. B4MUH lirrJ and vacuum pump, fuel purttpc %  i %  %  i. '. • pej gaa..l|n.' % % %  il'hiil ..cratu.ii.. tachometer*, film .ore.1 M k-alot.. ainniHer.. g.ige. ol all kl d. It.erm.Hlaiige., lemperatiir. ree and apporalui; liquid level rn.li r.: air cleaner, of all kmdr i cleaners and Intake Ulrocers com bined air .leaner, and flame ariealert lake •iMtirer.. automatuchoke*, crank %  bre.ll.er.. m.Uumrat porreto; odometer., refleh .ir"l; NHl i • ptaeenM-M parM of all otarl tMvtatd. carte and !" -wir. of ait ..-n .leiue.. .mi Will M rnlltled to rcertatrr the .amc .fler ores Wionlh Iran An.il IMI Mlg Men* n-i he meanilnie give iwlu-c in. duelw.t* %  %  edWtiatlon The tr.de maik .411 Ieen on aeplleetinn at my nCnee. Dated thi. 11.1 da> of Ma.ch. 1141 II Wll lligl.ltat nt TrrtOl M.tl. t t 11 Jo TAKE NOTICE KLAXON unwrist: I.V rut: HH.A/.I anfOCitTS 4in d.. %  m.r can be aeon 01 office %  n TAKE NOTICE CMEViaffliLET 1 ruifl. %  m % % %  Avenue. in bit nViulcvcail A C* t" of allcrula IA ha -.fi. CBI *a n 1'ai %  M>l-, t I.I 1 anccMrtaltoii earmeut. Internal londmrtMn atigtm • ,1 rod itolkahlng radio aei'.'ian.rcjaSMM the Mime after on* m.. .. 4th .lay ol April 1. mme perean rASnll In Ihc iicmUimr gun imthe in duplkrale lo me at my office of op|"Mlli<>n of Burh rcgl.t. trade mark can be •rrn on 1 ...1 11, II. IMI. \t fi 1 ; \ t>i Ti 1.1Mirk. %  TAKE NOTICE FRIG I DA I HE flial OENERAl. MOTORS CORIMRATION' ling uiuler Ihe law. ol Ihe BUM of Dolawan nt.. tin.1. whore trade or bviamera mlili... 1. WVc I *. im line Detroit. Slate of Michigan. USA Md a| in-l h trade mark in port "A" of Rcgl.tc. %  thereof and acrrcaone*. refrigerating machine. ....I .1 thereof, motor, and romprreaot.. electric ring., ami d waahlng machine., and will be rntillrd 10 rrcnale. ihe from the 1th da.ol April IMI. unlew eome pet cjtve iiuiKc in dupiH.te to me at nw otrici' of opt ocition 1 The hade mark ran be aeen en application ..1 m) I Dated tin. Ji.t day of Match, IMI. %  %  rtvarcj I >11 Wll 1 i \M'. lie*Lira, of Trade Mn SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships • oi< rat wi 1. RM CAN CIIALIENOER -ADV 1UIIINEV ^l>V hIKI.SON ^DV HOHNEV -ADV NELSON ADY IIOHM.V NOBTBEHItlND uri NELSON AIIV 111 ION FV AUV Ml SON .ADV RODNEV L-U1V NPJJION 1-\DY MOUNEV •1 April 14 April 10 May II M.., .1 June f, Ji,.,e ) July a J„ .IT Jut' J.i -'. An,: |g Ai II July T Aug. SRepi %  t Apr. rl May J.ilv 'I A..g 1 fip| eArrKei ktelrci IO#-TI.' ' 1? A ..' GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Afenu. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. MILINII IROM AMkriHItAM S %  Culliia %  41 li April. |BA| MS "Willrm.Lo" |l lri Apill. IMI. SAII.IMI1 TO I-LtMOLTll f, AtdSTIBDAM MB. "Oranje.lad" lllh April, IBM AILINC1 TO iriMLM, IUO,IM.N„ a -.1 mi ti s B.fl -Ju.liniao I.i April, iv.l M.B. %  Mer.HUcmiacarlad A I-It ANCK -COLOMBIE" April 22nd. Via MaitiiiKiui loupt. • 'M 1 iir.'.i M. .'H.OMniK" April llll. Trliitdad. IM 0I I t;io, Caii.iK"'n;i and J ; nun Mill R. .M.J0.\E.S&(i..Ud. ACENTS rhon. ::: 3KII PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles' Products, Limited, Roseau, Domini*,, for sailing to Europe. TcM uiual ports of call are Dublin. London, oi Rottardam. Single fara £70; uiual reductloni for tlUldiTJi Ui-'MM 1 I iUUI \ll\i. 00tl N ARE BEST BY TEST DONT ONLY OIL IT GERM IT M \ I IIAI HMMIIt. ITU. 1'i.tiiiH'iirii' I < %  > lun RCCITAL Mil HENRY WII^ON M or thiRoyal Coilr-gf of Music, London, will give n Piiimifrirte l>rtuif-Recilal at THI IlKITlSH COUNCIL WuKellclfl." White Park On Monday April r>tn nt 830 pin. The I*roi(rurnme will Inch. Three? 16th Century Lute Piete-. RESPIC.HI Three 18lh Century Pieces Chromatic Fantasia and Ftimit.] s BACH in I) M.iir.rOp. 10 'tr.rTIIOVEN %  • Dang Grenade, s .us La Pluie —DEBUSSY •'. reserved. Tickets 'I 'Rl .md 60c.) ohtainable -. B from thi Council. ^Materials of ^Distinction \\u Xatest SWovelty. CIIAMBBAVS in Ch.|IIII %  I I