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The Barbados advocate
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Hav bados

ESTABLISHED 1895





Off Red
Attack

TOKYO, April 27.
HINESE COMMUNIST
FORCES were to-night
Within artillery range of
Seoul, South Korean capital.
British and Amercian artil-
lery were fighting rearguard
actions down the road from
Uijongbu, last important
town ahout 12 miles north of
Seoul, which has
changed hands four times.
Long lines of United
troops tramped through drizzling
rain towalds new
north of the Han Riv



Further west, American troops}
fought back bitterly against Com-|

munists

n hitting hard at heir}
positions.
United Nations troops broke}

contact cleanly at other points on}

the western front. The emphasis

of the Chinese attack se@med de.!
finitely to. have switched to this!
area, after the initial breakihrough|

in the central area in a week

Frontline officers claimed to-day |
that the Chinese advance had}
slowed up to germit regrouping |
and strengthening of supply lines.

A Communist attack on the
Allied defence perimeter west oi
Kapyong about 35 miles northeast
of Seoyl was driven off during the
early hours of this morning. Other
United Nations units in the cen-
tral plateau region around Chui-
chon moved into new defensive
positions.

Communist casualties . in
fighting yesterday were 3,425,
Eighth Army announced

Lieutenant General James A.
Van Fleet said to-day he was con
fident that the Communist spring
offensive would be halted north
of the Han River which runs
through Seoul. But he added that
his troops had not yet-ended their
withdrawal. —Reuter.

the}
the







Will Arrest 14,000

WASHINGTON, April
The United States Justice
partment is prepared
14,000 security suspects
event of a national emergency
according to evidence given t
the House of Representatives Ap-
propriations Committee and pub-
lished today.

97
at,

De-
to arrest
in the!



é e °
Saving Time
NEW YORK, April 28
About 65,000,000 Americans will
lose one hour after midnight to
night when nearly half of the
United States will go on daylight
saving time. Nineteen states with

a combined population of about
80,000,000 people will ignore the
ehange. —Reuter.

TITO IS NORMAI.
BRUSSELS, April 27
Marshal Josip Tito’s condition
after his operation for removal of
gallstones was “quite normal” a
bulletin said tonight. “He is feel-
ing excellent” it added. Earlier
this week it was announced that
the Marshal was already up and



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FIRST IN CLASS



CLYTIE is so far leading the table in the Intermediate Class.

Ground Nut Scheme

(Story back page.)

Unhappy Experiment
Says Lord Reith

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, April 26.

The annual report of Colonial Development Corporation
issued today—-the first sinee Lord Reith took over the Chair-
manship—gleams with freshness after a new broom has

swept clean. Its story is in

—Reuter Persian Govt.

Resigns
TEHERAN, April 27.
Persian Brime Minister Hus-
sain Ala handed his government's
resignation to the Shah tonight.
Hussain Ala, former Minister in
Washington, took over the gov—
ernment last month after the
assassination of General Ali
Razmara.
Hussain
special
called






Ala was due to face a
session of Parliament
for tomorrow morning
which was expected to_ consider
the resolution by the Parlia
mentary Oil Committee last night
calling for the immediate
nationalisation of £200,000,000
sterling Anglo-Iranian Oil Com—
pany.

Sir Francis Shepherd, British |



Ambassador in Teheran, earlier
about amet, LT eee? | tod y warned Persia that hasty
PRINCE JAILED jaction by Parliament might have
: x i very serious results.”
BUDAPEST, April 27 :

Prince Nandor Montenuovo | He had a talk with Hussain
aged 66, a member of the ancient | Ata this evening after the Prime
Hungaro-Italian Committee has|Minister had talked with the
been sentenced to life irnprison-|Shah for severai hours on the oil
ment here for hiding firearms situation

—Reuter —Reuter,



Churchill

Three On The Spot!

Winston Churchill gave noti
putting three Labour minist
a voting dilemma and perh
down



Abolish State Dept.
Republicans Ask

WASHINGTON, April 27.
Senator Francis Case (Repub-
lican, South Dakota) .has intro-
duced a Bill under which the
United States State Departr.sat
would be abolished and replaced
by a “Department for :Foreign
Affairs” split into five divisions
headed by ‘‘persons who will
command confidence.”

—Reuter,

Warits To Resign



TOKYO, April 27
Major General Charles A. Wil-
loughby, 63. Assistant Chief of
Staff under General Douglas Mac-





Arthur, said today he had ap
for retirement after 49 rs s¢
vice in the United Sfates regul
army.—Reuter

Will Put

LONDON, April 27.
ee today of a motion aimed at
ers who resigned this week in
aps bringing the Government

The motion which will launch
a debate on raw materials
Tuesday reads: “This House
learns with anxiety ‘that the Re-
armament Programme which it
tapproved in February was based
ron estimates of the Defence
production which were not accept-
ed the ministers principally

on



bY
concerned.”

The motion is not téchnically
one of “no confidence”, but Prime
Minister Attlee would find it diffi-
cult to continue in office if it was
carried with the aid of three of nis
former colleagues

Addressing a Conservative
today, Churchill said
atives would submit the
vernment to the “full rigor of a
* next week,

Churchill





strongly attacked the

ur Government today. He said
th the ministers had disclosed
andalo ant of foresight in



als upon which



nds --Reuter



Rearmament |

short sentences.

The terse language of the
Chairman himself is reflected on
almost every page. It is in strik-
ing contrast to last year’s report
where whole paragraphs of offi-
cialese meant almost nothing.

“This has been an unhappy
experiment.”
ing to the
£57,000
C.DiC,
ture of last year. Malaya’s cur-
rent problems are dramatised in
one line “The manager has
been attacked by bandits several
times.”

Again encouragement in four
words: “This scheme loo ks
good’—in reference to Bechu-

analand’s cattle ranching project.
No White Wash

Prophets who said this report
would reveal criticism of past
doings of the Corporation were
right. Obviously no direct con-
demnation of Lord Trefgarne’s
stewardship is offered, but if there
is recognition of difficulties of
such an unusual organisation as
C.D.C., there is also no attempt
to whitewash its mistakes.

A forthright statement on the
very first page reads: “To inves.
tigate the plan, launch and man-
age so many schemes of so many
kinds might have strained any
organisation,....actual or sus-
pected fractures will be indicated







So runs the open-

tale in which a

loss has to be met by
in the East African ven-



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French Govt.
Defeated

PARIS, April 27.

French Premier Henri Queuflle
today failed to get the 311 votes
of absolute
to pass the second reading of the

SATURDAY, APRIL 28,
RIN 5

RED ADVANCE SLO
AS ALLIES FIGHT BACK

UN Drive

GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR called

for a realistic
in Korea and criticised “undue and exaggerative
political pressures from abroad’’ in a speech here

MacArthur Calls
For Policy To Save
American Lives

last night.

The former United Nations Commander-in-Chief
told a crowd of 50,000 at Soldier Field Stadium
that American losses in Korea were “progressively
mounting by thousands each month’’.

majority

Electoral Reform Bill.

of

The National Assembly voted
only 309 in favour according to
semi-official
emergency Cabinet meeting, Que-_
uille offered his resignation to
President Auriol, but Aurtol did
not accept. It is believed that the
Electoral Reform Bill will be re-J
submitted to the Assembly on
Monday or Tuesday in the hope
obtaining the necessary 311

figures,

vote in its favour,

BUTLER ‘NAMED’

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 27,
Pandemonium broke loose in the
Leeeeere ae
de! on the Bill to make.
provision to ee
pensions to Government employees
Speaker Savary, under the Stand-
ing Orders “named” Tubal Butler
and suspended him for eight days.
He is the first member suspended
since the new constitution, Butler
was named because he disregarded
ihe authority of the Speaker and
‘persistently committed a breach
of the Standing Orders, using in-
offensive and unparlia-

Ct

sulting,
mentary



namber.



After

1951 . :



AGO, April 27.

policy to save American lives

—_

















“It is this steady increase that
arouses in mothers and fathers of
America’s sons such understand-
able anguish and uncertainty”. He
continued: “nor is it difficult for
those nations with but token
forees in ratio to our own, calmly
to advocate no deviation from this
course,”

“It is in this situation of com-
plete unrealism, that while meti-
eulously implementing directives
given me have I strongly urged
the need for a positive policy.

_ The General said he would coi-
tinue to fight against “that great
est scourge of mankind, Commun
ism, as long as God gives me
power to fight”

“T shall work with you in the

later this year.



required
















an

discharge of our common respon- NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD _ I
sibilities.” nald Brewster of Halls Road,
MacArthur, Michael, was killed on the

Bei who was given a| yesterday when the lorry G-!







WILHELM HORTY, 39-year-old German, on
set up a new world speed record of
held by Ernest Honne of Germany who rode a B.M.W. in 1937

The team announced by the West Indies Cricket Board
of Control yesterday is as follows :

Worker Killed
By Lorry

{ey



umultuous wel-|of Dash Valley passed over hii

dcome in the city,| while he was working in a cance

said the entry of field at Francia Plantation, St

—Reuter. China into “the ;|George about 3.30 pm. The lor!
“Korea war had\|!5 owned and was being driver

resulted in aby Fitz Douglas of Dash Valle)

expressions

Back To Work |

MADRID, April 27.
to work
today at the last few factories!

Strikers

went back

affected by the four-da
living stoppages in San
northern Spain.

to

Meat For Britain

LONDON, April 27.
Edwards,
retary
arrived home by air to-night after
suecessfully conducting a Trade



Mr. Winston Churchill has post
poned
States saying “It is difficult for me
the engagement now”
He was to have made a speech
in Philadelphia on May 8;
—Reuter.

fulfil

his










siheretofore un
known to war",

A. Wright, 41,





political
which would
provide a solu

tion for the new when

low he was









A roar of applause greeted his| Wright was manager
call for a “realistic policy design-
ed to effect the early restoration
of peace through victory with the
consequent saving of countless
Amerjean lives.”





in the

—Reuter.

Back Pilot
Land Project



A B 86 bomber—the
biggest war
Fighter collided
Oklahoma today,

The plane carried a

near



that 13

cost of PORT-OF-SPAIN, April, 27. the scene.Reuter.
bustian,; The West Indian Conference
Renter proposal that the Caribbean Com-

LONDON, Apr

visit to the



John
to

the British

Pact with Argentina.

He said substantial quantities of
the 230,000 tons of meat Argen-
tina had agreed to send Britain in
the coming year
ing as fast as ships could carry



Economic Sec-

improvement pilot project in St
Lucia and St. Vincent received
strong backing from the Research
Committee on agriculture, fish,

|mprow should establish a land

Four workers were

2,000

“policy vacuum Brewster was a lorry hand



: , and I
policy Collier, 54, whose wife was wait
ing for him in the estate bunga
killed



Terrorists Kill Two

The tragedy is
hat since the SINGAPORE, Apri! 27
during the advent of ol Two Scotemen, both esta
special with Bed Sent managers, were kiliwa by. terror
nt gratuities and fe definition me ists this morning They were

The

—Reuter

13 Airmen Killed

OKLAHOMA, April 27
world's
lane and a Mustang

Gen, MacARTHUR . 4) two men were making rounds in
there” bs ang ee created the South Johore estate of whic!

Carney

norma



crew of 15 and latest reports said
bodies were counted

at

Explosion Kills 4

ROUEN, April 27

killed and
four others seriously injured after

in

rocked

On : ; bottles of gas blew
il, 37, and forestry which met recently in! the hese Nene” 2 Porting
7 Trinidad. Four viole ‘ d
United ‘ini . : J our violent detonators
This Committee of the Carib-|the town and smashed every win-

bean Research Council considered
the recommendations of the West
Indian, Conference falling within
its sphere of interest and awarded

tory causing 30,000,000
damage —Reuter,





Of Formosa







dow within six miles of the fac-

francs



priority ratings to many re- Ss P
commendations emanating from even
the Curacao Conference. erish
—Reuter, _ GIBRALTAR, April 27
Seven people were killed in
6 a today's ammunition ship explo
Treasury, No Surrender sion here, a naval spokesman said

he added Several people who
WASHINGTON, April 27. were gravely injured in the explo. |}
would be arriv- Senator Robert Taft of Ohio, | 5/0 Were expected to dic
fight wing Republican leader, —Reuter,

Se

|

tonight. About 300 tons of ammu-|
nition including depth charges in
the naval ship Bedenham blew up,!



PRICE* FIVE CENTS

WORLD SPEED RECORD 5





a specially built
180 m.p-h. at Munich

N.S8.U. motor-cycle on which” he
previous record of 175.5 m.p.h. was
-Express

500 ca

The

BARBADOS GETS SIX —
PLACES

WELVE MEMBERS of the West Indies Cricket Team
which toured England last summer are among the sev-
enteen players chosen for the West Indies Tour of Australia

ON W.l. TEAM

Deputies Reach

Agreemetil
PARIS, April 27

J. D. Goddard (Capt.), i Britain, France and the United
D. Atkinson, R. Chris- States oday made two “import-
ant concessions” in an effort to
tiani, W, Fergusson, break the deadlock at the Confer-
G. E. Gomez, S. Guil- ence of Foreign Ministers deputies.
len. P. Jones, R. E. | aoute four re met for ae
+ 39th session today to try ane
Marshall, A. F. Rae, ew on an agenda for the meet.
8. Ramadhin, K. Rick- fing of their chiefs
ards, J. B, Stollmeyer, | \ western spokesman. said af-
1, Trim, A. Valentine, | lerwards that three western

C. L. Woleun i ®. | tevution had aevent tc Mea aati
Weekes, F. M, Worrell. dealing with the 2 Balkans and

The Manager will be C, A. Merry |'Trieste. These concessions meant
ind the Selection and Tour Com-'that the two items would now

mittees will be the Captain, thy! read

Manager and G, FE, Gomey { 1. “Treaties of peace with
The present information is that Italy, Rumania, Bulgaria and

the team will sail on the Akaroo [ESOwALy; agreements of four

whieh leaves London on 23rd! powers concerning Germany and
Nugust, sailing from Trinidad on) Austria”

ith September and arriving ip 2. “The Peace Trerty with

New Zealand on 28th September,| Italy in the part concerning

The team should arrive at Sydney | 'Trieste’.—Reuter,

on--or Bout Sth October. -‘The)





pboveé dates are subject to change]
through the shipping situation

NEW DIRECTOR

, ’ (From Our Own Corresponee ’
kK or Germany GRENADA, April 27,
* Mr, M. A. G. Hanschell, former

FRANKFURT, April 2% Agricultural Superintendent of St

The United States Fourth Divi-| Vincent, arrives here tomorrow
ion is due to start arriving in|to take up the recently created
Germany late next month tojpost of Director of Agriculture
strengthen the slowly but stead
ily growing Allied forces in West
ern Europe. [It will be the first MINISTER APPOINTED

American division sent to Europe

ince the end of the war,—Reuter OSLO, April 27

Reidar Solum bas been appoir
ed the new Norwegian Minister in
Buen Aires.—Reuter,



WANTED SECRETS

PRAGUE, April 2°





The Czechoslovak Foreign Min
Bir alleged ens that ies THE “ADVOCATE”
WN. Oatis, the Associate: "regs “
‘epresentative now under arrest pays for NEWS
had “entrusted former employee: »
af the Prague office agency with DIAL 3113






the task of securing and verifying
ertain secret reports”
—Reuter |

Day or Night



Â¥

|



in this report.” it. urged Congress today to take a a |
e r +Keuter, | firm stand against the “surrender” |
aioe Sr hats chats aoe noeved of Formosa or the recognition ef Barracks Explode 8 cc vc | & &
defective “owing to inadequate . @ . Communist China nana a he - Ev: Bic WV.
local fennWiatan their Grenier, U.S. Short Ot Meat Touching off another sharp Sen- TEHERAN, April 27 T H & A L u st E e
There has not always been, Rent | Pi ate debate over the Far Eastern} Army barracks and ammuni | mh
says “the requisite calibre and ex. NEW YORK, April 27. | policies, Senator Taft told his co]-] tion stores blew up today at
perience of the managerial staff.” The ae States ee leagues that he thought they could Saree in Southwestern Persia,
There is a straight admission that He A ae worse than Aan: time| De “wholly justified in tne sus- a, ties northeast of Bushire
where in the past the Corporation | PoStHon is wors y picion that Acheson, the Secretary re first reports described the
on P. since the end of the war. Whole-| of State, may try to end this war |€*Plosion as “#rave” but gave no 0.
a age 3. salers blame most of the short- by. the appeasement of Chinese details —Reuter yh *
in ages on price controls which they | ane
Say have disrupted normal meat Somenianeaes 0 ae ell ill
PETAIN READS PAPERS | distribution. —Reuter. 1 THREE iAiLLED
ILE DYEU, April 27 a FOR BARBADOS TALKS Medd tind eer 27
I s : ‘ i] . * (Frorg Our Own Correspondent) nree men wete killed when
aanindamme fun vo, nent 2°! Charlie Chaplin GRENADA, Kprit'21,_| dynamite "exploded ma avy | no
Marshal Phillippe Petain, told Moh, J.B. Nenwick was selected | Supet in Villa Masia, Province of
reporters tonight: “I am optimis- WASHINGTON, April 27. |fo represent the colony at nexty Cordoba, last night.—Reuter
tic and even astonished at his| The House of Representatives | Mmonth’s Regional Economic Con mines Ga. |
improvement”, she said: “he is|un-American Activities Commit-|ference at Barbados together wilh 11 DIE IN CRASH | ‘on
well rested. He spent the early; tee is investigating actor Charlie}Hon, G. H. Adams, Colonial LISBON, April 27. , pe
part of the afternoon glancing|Chaplin, representative Gerola Treasurer and Alister McLeod-; An American Superfortress|
through the daily papers and}H. Velde (Republican, Mllinois)|Smith, Financial and Economic crashed in the Azores today, kill :
later took a bow! of cafe au lait! said in a radio interview here. Adviser to the Windwards us]ing 11 and seriously injuring five A stock of models always on display
and several biscuits,—Reuter, —Reuter. Advisers. of the crew.—Reuter. |
Sao ; f : Se as jg. ee ealee a an tag AY ai. See ee ote ~ and ready for you to take away.
iry Will Ask “Where Are The G oa
airy 1 S raves
j «>
(Prom Our Own Correspondent) to seek Governor Arundell’s re-1pend in a time of disturbance but, Legislators. If the Bill passed
GRENADA, April 27. call, but if that were attempted; the others are “your damned/and he is arrested for {ition,
The Mental and Manual Work- | the blame would be on the em-| enemies.” on leaving jail he would first ask
ers Union invaded the capital in| ployers because they “were goin#| With regard to Marryshow, he' “where are the grave thos | i “7 s
thousands today, the date fixed to make the next move.” isaid that he was unable to com-| Legislators? | ;
by agreement for employers to | ment not knowing where he stood SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
hand out back pay. They staged a Gairy went to overhaul the | Playing lezislators supporting the Hon. R C.F Moore and
‘demonstration in celebration of | present unofficials of the Legisla-|Sedit).. Bill, Gairy said that if | Juliana Aird also addressed the| 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
jtheir victory and were addressed |ture naming R. C. P. Moore \the /4ill is passed, or any Bill meeting 3efore the close a nun : .
| by Mr. E. M. Gairy iR. O. Williams, F. B. Paterson, | agairst the interest of the people, | ber of men collected a number of
Gairy said he understood that/J. F. Fleming as the people’s| work. would cease immediately. purses and deposited them or e|
ployers were orgar friends on whom they could de- Tae fight was not against the table in front of their leader 1 Ses







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PAGE TWO

Ten amen NIE



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Carub Calling

ON. PAT FERREIRA, mem-
ber of the B.G. Legislature
arrived from B.G._ yesterday

afternoomby B.W.1.A. on a short
visit....also arriving on the same
plare was Mr. Peter Murray.

Ladv Pilot

HH”: MRS. EVELYN BERTIN,
4 left for B.G. yesterday by
B.W.I.A She hopes tr return
to Barbados on Tuesday or
Wednesday. Mrs Bertin who
must have been to every country
in the world was a pilot in the last
war, flying DC-3’s between China
and Burma doing Red Cross work.
She learnt to fly in 1924, but has

not been flying for over four
years
Mrs. Bertin is. the daughter of

the late Lord Mowbray
Comings and Goings

R A KENRIC ’. MURRAY,
4 Director of Rediffusion
Services (W.I.) Ltd., who was in
Barbados on a short visit, returned
to Trinidad yesterday afternoon
by B.W.IL.A.

Arriving by the same plane he



left on ; Mr. Wilfred Alston.
Miss Mary Tucker who is
with the British American Tobacco
Co., is on four months’ leave.
Yesterday evening she left by



B.W.1.A. for a holiday in Trini-
dack

Husband Coming

On: Wednesday
MES. CECIL JORDAN, ac

companied by two children
and her mother, Mrs. Ida Gon-
salves, arrived from B.G. yester-

day afternoon by B.W.I.A. Mr.
Jordan is due to come over on
Wednesday . Mr, Tom Burke

was at Seawell yesterday to meet
his wife who came in on the B.G.
plane to spend one week’s holiday
in Barbados. Mr. Burke, Ameri-
ean Vice-—Consul in Georgetown is
also on vacation.

Visiting Their Daughter
M* AND MRS, CG, H, BURTON

of Strathclyde “have gone to «PAR BUDS”

B.G. on a visit to their daughter.
Mr. Burton will be returning May
2nd, Mrs. Burton will be remain-
ing on for a longer holiday......
leaving by the same plane were
Mr. and Mrs. Ingham Goring who
are returning to B.G. permanently,
Mr. Reggie Lopes, B. G, Commis
sion Agent and Miss Caroline
Newsam.

Bahamas Interest

A’ the Bahamas Government
Bureau in’ London last week
there. was a steadily increasing
volume of enguiries from people
anxious to emigrate, Normally
at this time of year the Bureau
reckons to take a “slight breath-

which
Church Baby

AMONG 60 guests who celebrated



the 62nd birthday of Charlie Chap-

lin at the Savoy were David Farrar, his seven-year-old daughter,

Barbara, who cut the cake, and Rosamund Johns.

self was 7,000 miles away in the

party had met him personally, Host was a film executive

Two Big Moments

WO BIG moments in Denis

Atkinson’s life happened this
week, First was his engagement
to Miss Betty Goddard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Goddard
of Graeme Hall Terrace and
second was his selection as a mem
ber of the West Indies team to
tour Australia this year

“Ster Buds”’

is the title o.
Tfill’s next show
aid of the Christ

Welfare League
Clinic. “Star Buds” are a group
of children doing song and dance
numbers, Date fixed for the show
is May 4th, Place is the Drill Hall,
Garrison........ more about this
later,

Madame
is in

Padmore’s Return

ALCOLM NU

Padmore), W
thor and journalist, plans to re-
turn to the West Inaies to organi:
a political party there, Arrange-
ments are being made for a fare-
well party to him, A presentation
of a purse will be made “in appre-

SE (George
t Indian au-







er” before the first of the visitors ciation of his work on behalf of
from the Bahamas start arriving coloured peoples throughout the
to spend the summer in England. world”.

Sut this ybar there has been no
such respite, Apart from answer-
ing the queéries of Britons and
others anxious to spend a holiday
in Nassau, the Bureau has been
kept fully active dealing with
would-be emigrants. | am told
that therechave been recently as
many as 20 callers a day, although
the number who finally decide to
settle in the Bahamas is, of course,
considerably less.









IW@N-IN CARDBOARD
t= KETTLE

®NO? SAYS BISHOP
HASH ANGERS TRICK

Night Club Success
TRYUDLEY HESLOP of Jamaica,

in England on contract to
verform at Ciro’s Night Club, is
roving an energetic and versatile
rtiste, Apart from his Ciro’s act,
ne dances in the Folies Bergere,

and performs, as well as com.
peres, at the Sunset Club, He has
become a well-known figure in

London's theatrical circles,



= BY THE WAY...





ADVENTURES OF

But Chaplin him-
And no one at the
L.E.8.

“(MacArthur for Barbados”’
SMALL group of people saw
a preview of “the Story of
Gen, Douglas MacArthur” yester-
day morning at the Plaza Bridge-
town, Three copies of this
timely featurette were flown
from Hollywood to the West In-
dies and will be shown simul.
taneously in Barbados, Trinidad
and British Guiana,
It opens here May 4th at the
Plaza Beidvetown,

B.G. Arrivais

ISS ELAINE KINKEAD,

Dorothy Gray Beauty Con-
sultant, flew in yesterday from
B.G. by B.W.I-A. and will be
in Barbados for one week. She
is a guest at the Windsor Hotel... .
Mr. Anthony R. Gomes who is the
Accountant of the B.G. Town
Council in Georgetown was a
passenger by the same plane. The
first part of his holiday he is
spending at Bathsheba, staying
with the Shepherds.

Time Out

To siaEt the Cable and
4 Wireless Sports Club are taking
time out from their many sport—
ing activities. They are having a
dance at the Paradise Beach Club
to-night, which if as successful
as the one they had last year, wil!
make a pleasant evenings enter-

United States.

tainment.,..4,The. Ist Barbades
Sea Scouts following in thei‘
sister’s (The Sea Rangers) foot-

steps have put their boat in order.
Problem now is to pay off the bills,
Their variety concert at Queen’s
College to-night, will help raise
the necessary funds, Nell Hall and
Doreen Gaskin are helping them
with singing numbers and Shirley
Clarke will play a piano solo.





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gling crowds waiting to look of Inquiry. He said “The whole
through the holes in the crown thing is a waste of public money.
of a brimless bowler hat.” What would our grandfathers

have said if told that a man

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publicit¥. given to the vents. or
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sign, aft: they combine the;
functional -with the ornamental
in a remarkable degree. The
tourists Whom we hope to wel-
come thie summer will not be
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Mother And Daughter
Report on Keeping House

first part at a two-day adven--
ture in cross-Channel house-
keeping. You are invited t
call on a French woman living
in Paris, and on her married
daughter living in Britain,
THE two women — sharing a

native flair for shopping ‘and,

cooking—tell how they facé
their problems.
THE first report, from Paris, is

presented—

By BRUCE BLUNT
ONSIEUR LARDEUR makes
stained-glass windows in
Paris. His wife ought to figure in
one of them. She cooks like an
angel. She also works like no-
body’s business.

Every day she does all the
marketing. Things do not come
to thé door in Paris. Even milk
and bread have to be fetched.

You cannot escape the contrasts
between Madame Lardeur, of
France, and Mrs. Smith of Eng-

land.
If deliveries were made,
Madame lLardeur would not

change her ways. She would still
do her own shopping.

“I like the market best.”
told me, “because I can see an
compare,”

There is the whole art of shop-

ping.

CONTRAST 1. Mrs. Smith shops
by telephone and_tradesman’s
van, You can hardly blame her
for that, because there is so
little to see and compare.

Beef Is Dear
WENT shopping with Madame

r

a



Blunt amid meat-a-plenty.

(fresh ones naturally )or bacon
and eggs or a macaroni dish, fol-
lowed by cheese and fruit.
A necessity at meals is wine.
Madame Lardeur buys ten litres

cf this at a time (16s.) and it
lasts about ten days.
Another necessity is butter.

Every Saturday she buys a kilo
(two and one-fifth lb.) of this for
15s. or 6s. 9d. per Ib.

CONTRAST 4.. Mrs. Smith pays
only 2s. per tb, for hers, and
can buy only %4 lb. per week.
Madame Lardeur’s is best Brit-
tany and tastes like butter, Mrs.
smith’s tastes of nothing at all.

Eggs Cheap
DMIRERS of our “level of
well-being” point to the ter-
riffie prices of food in well-fed
France. I have pointed out some
myself, I will now point out some
more,

Madame Lardeur can buy all
the eggs she wants for 2s. 6d. a
dozen. They are of first-grade
size and are certain to be fresh
CONTRAST 5. Mrs. Smith is now

. Lardeur. She has shops and paying 4s. a dozen for her sub-
endless street-market stalls to sidised eggs. Her supply is
choose from. Prices may be high limited. The size of the eggs

or low but they are always keen.
Madame Lardeur paid 5s. 6d.

per lb. for a piece of beef for

roasting.

CONTRAST 2. Mrs. Smith can-
not pay more than 2s. 2d. per
lb, for beef, but she can buy
only 8d. per head per week.
That 5s .6d. seems dear. But

what is the real value of meat?

Every scrap of the beef which
Madame Lardeur buys is good to

eat, 4

Some of the meat which is
supplied to Mrs. Smith could not
be made edible by any human
skill.

What price the cost-of-livin,
index in terms of old cow—beef*

Madame Lardeur would rather *

pay the price for meat and use
her ingenuity to make the house-
keeping money go round.

“We only have meat

A
once af
day,” said Madame Lardeur.

CONTRAST 3. But

fails me.

The daily fare of that French
family of four—husband, daugh-
ter Marie Rose, 23, son Gerard,

commen

20, goes something like this: —
BREAKFAST: — Toast, butter,
honey or jam, coffee,
DINNER (at 12.30): Hors

d'oeuvre, meat (fish of course, on
Fridays), salad, cheese, fruit.

SUPPER (8.0): Vegetable soup



* Music Diploma ~*

may ve beyond question, but

their freshness is not.

Rabbits, sheep’s kidneys and
pigs’ trotters, I noticed with de-
light, are now cheaper than in
London.

Vegetables. are very cheap—
carrots, onions, turnips about 2d.
a lb., chicory and endive 5d.

If Madame Lardeur buys boil-
ing beef for a pot-—au-feu the
butcher gives her some marrow
bones to go with it. Gives them
away if you please! Everybody
knows how the odd marrow bones
give a touch of richness to pot
au-feu.

CONTRAST 6. Mrs. Smith is very



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Blunt amid wine-a-plenty.
lucky if she can buy a bone of
any sort at-all.

Sausages
LUNGHED with the Lardeurs.

We began with bréad, butter
and an assortment of sliced sau-
sages—the kind eaten cold of
course.

Madame Lardeur told mé after-
wards that this hors d’ceuvre for
the five of us probably cost about
2s. 6d. Extravagant’ eating?
CONTRAST 7. Mrs. Smith might

have to start with plates of

tinned soup. These would work
out at nearly 6d, a heads What
is the comparison both for
goodness and enjoyment be-



tween tinned soup and sausages |

of pure delicious pork?

Then we had veal fillets coated
with egg and breadcrumbs and
fried in butter. With them went
some rice.

The rice was just shdken with
chopped onion in a little butter.
When it began to turn golden the
water was added and it was sim-
mered for 13-15 minutes.
CONTRAST 8. Plain water for

Mrs. Smjth.

Chicory salad followed,
with vinegar, olive oil
touch of garlic.

Then came a choice of cheeses
and dessert.

... Variety
PART ‘from the obvious meat
in two courses,

made
and a

the meal differ most from Mrs. j

Smith's?

First, from a sense of liberty in
its preparation. Second, from a
sense of variety at its beginning,
and at its end.

Madame Lardeur has a married
daughter who lives in England.
I wonder how she gets on with
her housekeeping over here?

I am going to find out and let
sou know.

—L.E.S.

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APRIL 28,

5-Year Ambition

LONDON, April
English horticulturist . Norman
Rodenhurst and his family have
realised a five-year ambition.

1951



They have just eaten a 82
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packyard greenhouse at their

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- Warwickshire.

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3 Inch Elephants

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Larceny Case fobituary
MR. C. V. HOUSE

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Britain Has.
Less Women

By JOHN CAMSELL
LONDON, April.

The Annual Abstract of Statis-
ties revealed that Britain's popu-
lation is ageing, and the surplus
of women is slowly dwindling.

Since 1871, the report said, the
population has increased by 85
per cent, but the number over 65
rose by 300 per cent. The over
65's totalled 5,351,000 in 1949.

In 1932 Britain's surplus of
women was 1,865,000. By 1948 it
had dropped to 1,481,000, and in
1949 it was 1,463,000. The num-
ber of males in 1949 totalled
24,450,000,

The report showed that in the
same year Britain’s total popula-
tion topped the 50,000,000 mark
for the second time. The Abstract
also revealed:

Beer-Drinking Down

Beer-drinking was down 2,000,-
000 bulk barrels on 1948's 29,000,—
000 (in 1938 it was 25,000,000. )
Charges of drunkenness were 10
per cent up, but only 60 per cent
of pre-war and 17 per cent of
1913.

Eating—a record number of
231,000,000 meals were served by
catering places — three times as
many as in any pre-war year.

Movie Theatres—In April, 1950,
there were 4,583 with a total of
4,221,200 seats.

Work—Women employees rose
from 7,089,000 in 1948 to 7,270,000.
The distributive trades claimed
the highest total of workers
(2,829,000), followed by miscel-
laneous services (2,114,000), en-
gineering, ship-building and
electrical goods (1,834,000) and
tragsportation and communication
(1,811,000).

,Education—92 per cent of Brit-
ain’s children up te 14, attend
state grant-aided schools. In the
three years to 1949, men teachers
increased by 30,000. Nearly nine
out of ten pupils had milk provid-
ed at school and more than five
in ten received school dinners.

Divorce—Petitions filed in 1939
(34,443) were the fewest since
1945 but three times more than
in 1938. Desertion was the most
frequent ground. —I.N.S.

Royal Cake

LONDON, April,

King George demonstrated
another of those little human
touches which endears him to the
people of Britain when he visited
Lancashire,

The King, Queen Elizabeth and
Princess Margaret were taking
tea with the tenants of Wards
House Farm, Salwick, near Pres-
ton, when a _ 10-year-old girl
carried a plate of home-made
cakes into the room,

The girl,. Janet Penswick, had
made the cakes herself. She
curtsied and offered them around,
but everyone was* eating biscuits

Janet, disappointed, paused te
turn back to the kitchen.

But King George sensed some-
how how she felt.

‘I will have one,” he called.





Janet passed the plate and
looked grateful for a te at

asietlesapep tliat
REDS WILL NOT GET
MALAYA RUBBER
WASHINGTON, April 27.

Communist China and Russia
will get no more rubber from
Singapore, James Currie, commer-
cial counsellor to the British
Embassy in Washington said here.

Currie told reporters yesterday
that export licences for rubber
which were approved on April 9,
would preclude any possibility of
Communist countries getting
Malaya rubber.

The effect would be to create
a modified embargo. Complete
embargo would mean an eco-
nomic war, he added.—Reuter.

Elephants, lions, tigers and
leopards measuring only one inch
by three inches and less than

1/10,000 of an inch thick will be
shown by chemist Edward Gurr,
of Edward Gurr Ltd., 42 Upper
Richmond Road, East Sheen,
London, S.W. 14.

The animals have been sliced
longitudinally with a precision
eutter from unborn embryos in
which all the morphological
characteristics of the adult animal
are present in miniature.

Purpose of the exhibit is to
illustrate the use of special
biological stains afd reagents

developed by Gurr for medical
research. It is claimed that the
stains make it possible for
scientists to detect cancer, tuber-
culosis, diphtheria and_ tropical
diseases at an @arly stage of
development.

Stain Detects Cancer
The main features of the
animals to be shown at the
chemical seetion of the B.I.F.
have been highlighted with these
stains in vivid colours to make

microscopic examinatien easy.
Gurr is now exporting _ stains,

reagents and other products to
nearly every country in the
world. Many products were

invented by Gurr solely to meet
a special request from lone

pioneers in the medical field but
when the research worker's
objectives were realized a

greater dernand was created.

Gurr developed a_ stain for a
French physician which enabled
him to detect early stages of
eancer in women. There is now
a big demand for this stain.

A British university professor
wanted an easily portable outfit
for testing water for drinking
purposes, so Gurr invented a
“pocket laboratory” which is now
said to be an invaluable aid for
explorers, overseas survey teams
and army medical officers with
troops on foreign service.

Will Tackle Any Job

Gurr is Williag to tackle any
job. His achievements include
the production of a dye that
makes invisible light rays visible,
the invention of a microscopic
stain to tell the age of trees, and
the production of a_ skeleton-
softener which allows bones to be
cut into thin slices for examina-
tion.

Other unusual tasks tackled by
him were: Inventing a ghost dye
(for catching a _ thief) which
becomes visible on reaction with
sweat glands of the hands, devis-
ing new formulas which had the
almost miraculous result of
hastening by 3 months the
reaction of disease-detecting re-
agents, and concocting a new
slide mounting medium which
sets specimens to an almost im-

possible hardness in a_ few
minutes without heat. _
The chemicals section at

Olympia, London, occupies 24,340
square feet of stand space and
presents the latest products of 61
manufacturers.

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(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 27

Colonel A. G. R. Waite, Deputy
Chairman of the Austin Motor
Company does not believe Britain
will benefit greatly from any con-
eession by Cuba, allowing British
cars to enter the island at the
Same duty rate as American ears.
This has been reported as one of
the concessions put forward by
the Cuban Government to per-
suade Britain to sign a three year
contract to buy 1,500,000 tons of
Cuban sugar.

Colonel Waite on his return
from South America and the West
Indies, said today that in his
opinion Britain could not hope to
displece America as chief provider
of Cuban transport,

There was a certain demand for
smaller types of British ears in the
island, but American influence
was such, that cars from that
country would continue to be
most sought after whatever con-
cessions Britain received,

He yentured to suggest how-
ever, that West Indian territories
will be absorbing more British
cars, even when times return to
normal, and dollars again become
available.

“I suggest we may retain 50
percent of the Trinidad market,
and slightly more of the Jamai-
ean,” Colonel Waite said.

At the moment, because of the
dollar shortage, Britain of course
has about 80 per cent. When dol-
lars again become available, it is
anticipated that American cars
will be in demand, but Colonel
Waite thinks British cars and par-
ticularly, his own company’s



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ace > St. Jame e- °
larceny on April 20, of articles — — ‘ieee afternoot a
valued at 5s. 9d., the property of when the last rites were per- Tawen
the Governor-in-Executive Com- formed by Rt. Rev. D Ww
mittee, was adjourned by a City Bentley . :
Police Magistrate yesterday until Mr. House was born it are so
May 1. : Haverstraw, New York ano
Mr. E, W. Barrow is appearing came to Barbados early in 1937
on a the defendant while Along with his partner Mr
4 ae ae a ” Dell repre- Phelps, he pioneered the devel- much more
shee tehtigin te of a gue opment of the St. James Coasi
his the My veninende cuantion Game which has now become one 01 ‘ é
hysterical mittee against Millicent Belgrave te an i" residentia satisiving
rattling... denunciations... of Hindsbury Road, Emily Sealy “ag ys!) “Ah.'S8hs: ~ *
of Greaves End, Black Rock, “Mr. House who was then at
Ernesta Gittens of Browne’s Land, an advanced age made man)
St. Michael, Florence Ward of ‘friends and moved easily among

Alleyne's Land, St, Michael and
Bessy Nicholls of Belfield Lana. polished manner, passionately fonc
St, Michael, 7% ‘ of musie and architecture He

Cpl, Watson giving evidence in was a raconteur and discourse:
the Hutson case yesterday said freely and knowledgeably about
that on April 20 about 5.55 p.m, various aspects of life in thé
he saw three women leaving the United States and other parts of
Mental Hospital. He instructed the world where he had lived
Police Constable Jones to pursue put it was indicative of the innate

society He was genteel and o!








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Hospital gate and he told her tha* fie is credited with having been ~ fvinge.””

he wanted to search her basket 4 member of the Teddy Roose- satisfying. ®
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basket she was inside the Gate- knowledge of American adminis-~
xeeper’s room, This woman Was trative methods indicated that he
the defendant Hutson, On search. moved in top ranking society,
ing her basket he found a bottle A severe illness some years
filled with milk, a quantity of ago limited his activities, but
tomatoes, a cabbage, a tin contain- despite his very advanced years,
ing cocoa, short. sticks of and he was _ believed be
macaroni and a quantity of rice. nearly 90, he maintained oe
He asked the defendant where sh« lively interest in every phase of
had got these goods from and she |ife around him. He will be
told him that she got them fron missed by a wide circle to whom
the place where she worked. He he had endeared himself
eautioned her and took the goods true friendship and
from the basket, manner

To Mr. Barrow’s cross examina
tion Cpl. Watson said that all thi
goods except the milk were wrap-
ped up in paper.

Richard Rock, Assistant Gate-
keeper of the Mental Hospital said
that on April 20, he was on duty
about 6 a.m., when he saw the

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and trials “as in Gambia” the con-
sequences have been unfortunate.

Reith asks the public at home
and overseas for a new outlook on
the aims and objects of C.D.C. In
the section called “planning the

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tions have already gone out to pig office through the front door, banks. ae om
C.D.C’s overseas representatives
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Saturday, April 28, 1951

UNEMPLOYMENT

THE cohsideration of the details of the
scheme under which it is proposed to send
four thousand men to the United States
under contracts lasting between 10 and 12
weeks has brought to light an anomaly
which should be removed in the shortest
possible time.

The registration of unemployed in this
island carried out by a department of-Gov-
ernment does not even pretend to be accur-
ate. The Labour Commissioner in his
Report for 1948 makes the following signifi-
cant comment: “The numbers registered
at this Agency are, however, not an index
of unemployment in this island. Men reg-
ister when there is or is about to be re-
cruitment for work abroad.”

It is clear that it is impossible to decide
the extent of unemployment if the numbers
registered do not give a true picture. The
Labour Commissioner at a recent Press
Conference pointed out that many people
who were employed registered at the
Agency in the hope of gaining selection if
and when there was a scheme of emigra-
tion. The law provided penalties for those
who infringed the regulations but it was
thought best not to invoke the law in this
matter. If the unemployment figures

showed that conditions were extremely
bad then there might be some justification
for expending the sum of $440,000 to send
4,000 men for three months’ employment.



It would seem that politics played an
unduly strong part in influencing the mem-
bers of the House to vote for the resolution.
The Legislative Council wisely refrained
from interfering with the resolution, in the
first place because it was a money vote and
secondly because it would have provided
the House with grounds for telling the
electorate that it was the Council who pre-
vented Barbados from getting an emigra-
tion quota when the House had asked for
it, and might further have disrupted the
relationship between the two bodies.

The matter has not yet been concluded
and it is a matter for the Governor who as
the Head of the Administration is ultimate-
ly responsible for good government of the
island. It is clear that the $192,000 which
‘will be sunk if the scheme is undertaken
will be an unnecessary burden to the tax-
payers and might well have been spent on
some local project. If the Governor is sat-
isfied that the expenditure of this large
sum cannot bring to the island a commen-
surate benefit, it is his duty to refuse sanc-
tion.
| There is another and equally strong
reason why public funds spent on emigra-
tion should be carefully scrutinised. The
Labour Commissioner in the same Report
for 1949 further points out that “most of
the workmen who leave the colony for
work abroad remit money to their families
here, but there are some who leave the
island in order to shirk their family re-
sponsibilities.” This is a serious statement
and would hardly have been made by a
responsible officer without considering all
the implications. “It is unbusinesslike to
expend public funds to send people to
America when there is no benefit to the
island but it is infinitely worse if that
money is expended and contributes to the
shirking of responsibilities by men who
have families, It is clear now from the cir-
cumstances recently brought to light that
the project has been undertaken without
reliable facts and figures. If these were
accurate there would be no guess work in
dealing with public expenditure for the re-
lief of unemployment which ought to be
undertaken for the whole island and not
dealt with in a haphazard and unbusiness-
like manner for the benefit of only a fav-
qured section of the island’s men.
| What the “unemployed” who remain in
the island will want to know and the pol-
iticians will have to tell them in election
year, is how much dole they are going to
receive for staying here as unemployed.
Otherwise they will want to ask why the
lucky subsidised cannot pay the whole
costs of their passages instead of making
the lot of those who remain worse than it
would otherwise be.

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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



THINGS OF BEAUTY

THE excellent photographs
which appeared in “fhe Sunday
Advocate of April
“Glitter Bay,” the home oi:

Edward Cunard Bart., draws at-

tention to the important point inat
the island’s heritage of beautiful
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Sir

homes is being greatly enriched
for posterity. That
taste and discrimination like S.<
Edward Cunard have been a.-
tracted to make their homes °1
Barbados is not sufficiently ap-
preciated by many. Whatever tne
future, these beautiful houses ari
gardens remain
native soil

‘And what of our older buildings
and homes? An appreciation «f
beauty is not one of the strongly
developed characteristics of this
island, otherwise there would be
No necessity for press campaigns
against filthy streets, litter on our
beaches and jerry-building. In-
deed, so far there has been no
criticism in your columns of two
eye-sores that have been recently
perpetrated, which have destroyed
the character of two attractive
examples of “Garrison archi-
tecture.” One, the monstrous
porte-cochére added to Shot Hall
—the Royal Yacht Club — which
is more in keeping with a modern
New York skyscraper. This porte-
cochére is not only elephantine
for the size of the building, but in
a completely unsuitable style for
a building which formerly had an
inherent “lightness,”

The popularity of what for want
of a better label might be described
as “Trinidad siyle” is adequa:e
and even at times attractive whea
used for modern domestic archi-
tecture. It is, however, revolting
when attached to buildings of the
“Garrison style.”

The other example, is the un-
fortunate addition made at one
end of the Drill Hall. This has
now been completely overshadow -
ed in vulgarity and bad taste by
the double flight of steps facing
the Savannah of the concrete
gangway variety. What was need-
ed was obvious to anyone who has
walked once around the Savannah
—a light iron balustrade similar
to those at the back of the Officers’
Quarters, not heavy concrete walls.
It will take more than two trees
to blot out this offence.

Barbados has a_ settlement
record of less than 350 years.
During that period the island has
on several occasions been ravaged
by hurricanes with devastating
losses. Consequently, any build-
ing of 100 years or more may be
of historic or architectural interest.
The patina of time has only lightly
touched such buildings, when com-
pared to historic buildings in the
Eastern Mediterranean, India and
‘he Bast. Historie buildings and
those of architectural interest in
Barbados are Jong over-due for
protection from jerry-builders and
vandals, At this moment there is

persons
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You may not be aware of it
but the Arts Council has some-
thing very special up its sleeve.
On June 1 there is to be @
concert “unlike any other in the
whole Festival Programme.”

The event is to be called
“Singing Englishmen.” Thus
does England make reply to
Wales and Edingburgh,

The choristers are to be ordin-
ary men and women chosen from
the workers, and the songs will
ve gathered from the past. Her-
bert Morrison is particularly
enthusiastic because, according to
the official announcement, it
seems that in the bad old days
of Tory misrule our grandfathers
and grandmothers sang at their
work and in their private affairs.

An Element of Doubt Here

MR. MORRISON’ wants to
recover that spirit, if it is not too
late, Perhaps it is this element
of doubt which has caused him
to book it for St. Pancras Town
Hall rather than in the Festival
Hall,

It is well known that a nation’s
songs are more important than
its laws, On that fateful day in
1941 when Yugoslavia overthrew
its faint-hearted leaders and
defied Germany. I called at the
Legation in London to pay my
respects to the Minister and his

wife,

They told me then that the
peasants so loved their songs
extolling love and pride of
country that they would never
bow down to a conqueror,

They still sing them in Yugo-
slavia, and the sound is carried
on the wind even to the secret
places of the Kremlin,

THE worst of all attempts to
create a rabble-rousing anthem
is “The ad Flag.” Bernard
Shaw described it musically as
being only fit for a funeral marc.
for a fricasseed eel.

This was rather hard on the
nice old German who wrote it,
but how was he to know that his
Christmas carol “Tannenbaum”
with its gentle words, “O Christ-



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nothing to prevent the owners cf
Nicholas Abbey, Drax Halil,
starmony Hall, wWarrens, Holborn
or Farley Hill—to mention a
few — unroofing these historic
homes tomorrow and razing them
to the ground, Then, it woula be
too late to save the major part of
the island’s heritage—for there is
little else of equal age or arcn:
tectural interest, except | tomb-
stones and monumental sculp
ture, which negligent incumbent
and parsimonious vestries have
allowed, in many cases, to decay

The Garrison architecture, which
lies within a cireumference 01
about a mile from the Savannah,
is worth preserving intact both
from historical] gnd architectural
viewpoints from the prostitution
of private owners into whose
hands part of it have fallen, and
from the Office of Works, There
are also a number of other build-
ings to some of which Mr, A. W.
Ackworth referred in his essay
published in 1949, entitled Trea-
sure in the Caribbean. Much of the
Georgian architecture mentioned
was erected at a later date owing
to the time lag, but this in no way
affects the charm or value of these
buildings,

The long awaited Town & Coun-
try Planning Act appears to be
more remote than ever, doubtless
Lue to the absence of vote-catch-
ing appeal of this measure, In
this Bill there could have been
included suitable clauses for pro-
tecting buildings of historic and
architectural value in this island.
Is it too much to ask that a Mem-
ber of the House of Assembly be
public spirited enough to move
for a bill which would have as its
object the non-political and non-
controversial preservation of build-
ings of historic and architectural
interest for future generations, if
the God of winds is also kind.

The wind driven sugar mills
have disappeared with perhaps one

exception. In a few cases their
owners have preserved the mill
walls for sentimer.ta] reasons,

since they are of little historic
value, In the majority of cases
the mill walls have been pulled
down, and the stone used for other
purposes. Such a fate may be in
store for the larger type of plan-
tation house, It has been so far
avoided thanks to the influx of
wealthy visitors and settlers. In
other cases, fine houses have been
ruined — for example the stair-
case at “Wakefield,” Bridgetown,
and, ene trembles at this moment
to know what is happening to its
exterior now that the delightful
porch has been removed, and the
face of the building covered with
scaffolding.

What is needed is a body on the
lines of the Preservation of
Ancient Monuments Commission in

By BEVERLEY BAXTER

mas Tree, O Christmas Tree, you
do not bloom in winter alone,”
would become the anthem of red
revolution?

IF anything the words of “The
Red Flag” are even more feeble.
How would you like to stand up
with clenched fist ang distended
nostrils and sing:—

Look round, the

loves its blaze,

The sturdy German chants its

praise,

In Moscow's vaults its hymns

are sung,

Chicago swells the urging song

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Frenchman

Shades of Colorel McCormick!
The Socialists Sing it Better

YET on the day that Parlia-
ment assembled after the Socialist
sweep in 1945 the Socialists sang
that dirge in the sacred Chamber
of the House of Commons, In
fairness I do not think they in-
tended to do it.

What happened was this. When
Winston Churchill came in Sir
Waldron Smithers, who is an
orgainst of no mean_ repute,
broke into that depressing Eng-
lish folk song known as : “For
He’s a Jolly Good Fellow.”

This set a dilemma for the rest
of us. To ignore Sir Waldron’s
exuberance would have seemed a
slight to our leader, so in British
fashion we compromised and fol-
lowed Waldron about an octave

flat,

THEN as the answer came
“The Red Flag.” There is no
question about it, the Socialists

sing better than the, Tories, At
least, they did in 1945,
Now a Solo ‘The Jones Boys’
THE most distinguished ren-
dering of “The Red Flag” I have
ever heard was during the Gen-
eral Strike when Mr, Lioyd
George and the late Lord Bir-
kenheaqd came to Lord Beaver-
brook’s. flat at the top of the
Sunday Express building.
That was, of course, just before

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f making alterations to the fabric
of such houses or buildings
inside or out, and, to consider
ways and »meang of assisting in
their prestrvation. The help of
the Barbados Museum & Historical
Society might he enlisted to assist
in the drawing up of the schedule
of historic buildings. The British
Council might be asked to import
an architect to make recommenda-
tions from the architectural point
of view, for there are “a number
of churches, houses, warehouses,
shops in Swan Street & Speights
town worth preserving, which,
may be torn down at a moment’s
notice. The British Council, by
the work of its architect, would
not only. be furthering British
culture, but preserving for future
generations the flowering of
transported British culture,

Power should also be given to
the Commission or Committee to
deal with advertisements and signs
which disfigure scheduled build--
ings. A walk along Swan Stree.
will convince anyone interested
how much the buildings and bal-
cénies suffer from unsightly ad-
vertisements and signs.

Indeed; to this Commission or
Committee should be entrusted the
care of Queen's Park and the
Garrison Savannah. The neglect,
of Queen’s Park by successive
Vestries is too long a story to be |
discussed here, but a few words
must be said about the Savannah
The Savannah Committee has}
permitted the Barbados Turf Club,
like a rapidly advancing cancer,
to cover a considerable part o!
the Savannah with ugly, wooden
buildings, race tracks and mounds
of megass. Land adjoining both
sides of the North Gate, where
formerly grazing was permitted,
has now been fenced off—shade:
of the Enclosure Acts! Further-
more, the Polo Club has been al-
lowed to erect an ugly hut in the
middle of the Savannah. If wooder
buildings only are permitted on
the Savannah, there is no reason
why these should also be hideous
The buiidings erected by the Bar-
bados Turf Club are used by é
section of the public for abou
nine days, and, for the remainder
of the year are an eye-sore t
visitors and Barbadians alike.

Is it really necessary that thesc
shack buildings should be perma-
nently on the Savannah? Race
ticket booths and similar struc-
tures should be removed afte:
each race meeting. That such a
procedure may involve the Tur!
Club in heavy expenditure is ne
concern of the citizen entitled to
the use of an open space. There
has already been too much pan-
dering to associations like the
Agricultural Society with its steel
sheds in Queen's Park, and the
Turf Club with its wooden huts,

The time is ripe for action.



When Men Sing. The Heart
Of A Nation Is Stirred

Lord Beaverbrook’s sixth declara-
tion that he took no part in the
affairs of his newspapers.

“FE.” had secured .a copy of
the words, and as L.G. was
known to be reasonably musical
it was suggested that he should
lead the others while I played
the accompaniment on the piano,

At first the effect was only
startling. Then as our host
really got going it was terrifying.

WHEN Lord Beaverbrook sings,
it sounds like an affirmation of
the Shorter Catechism, a rallying
of the Empire and the gale
warning.

Not content with the Moscow
anthem, he gave a solo perform-
ance of an old song which, he
claimed, was the whole story of
New Brunswick in the days when
he was a small boy there in his
father’s manse, Here it is:—

Oh the Jones boys!

They built a mill

On the side of a hill,

And they worked all night

And they worked all day,

But they couldn’t make

That gosh darned sawmill pay!

After that Lord Birkenhead
remembered an important ap-
pointment and left.

Inspired by the ‘Marseillaise’

THERE is, of course, nothing
to equal “La Marseillaise” in the
power to stir the pulses and in-
flame the spirit. It is a com-
position of sheer genius created
in a moment of fierce exaltation.
Even to our British ears it never
fails to rouse the emotions, Then
what must it mean to the
French?

I never heard it played more
beautifully than that year wren
the French President and his
wife were received by — both
Houses of Parliament in the
great gallery, As our guests and
their entourage slowly walked
up the aisle a hidden orchestra
gave such meaning to the famous
anthem that it was at once
poignant and beautiful.

—LES.






THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN

By HAZEL MAY

SATURDAY, APRIL 238,



“NOBODY'S DIARY” |

Monday—A new sermon of St. Augustine re-
cently discovered contains thoughts about
Lazarus and Abraham so different from
the average preacher's.

“When we are told in the Gospel that the
poor man died and was taken up by angels
into Abraham’s bosom, what do all beg-
gars say, all infirm and destitute people?
They say: “It is we whom the Gospel
means.” Perhaps a poor man in want,
hardly able to support himself, or perhaps
actually a beggar, catches sight of some
rich man standing in God’s house, in
clothes suiting his estate.

The poor man hears that lesson and says:
“The Gospel is speaking of me here; when
I die I shall be taken up by angels into

passage say of the rich man, And being
dead he began to suffer torment in hell.
The poor man hears this and says to

himself: “The former sentence is about me | %

this one is about that rich man over there.”
Make no mistake poor man; and you rich
man do not be alarmed.

It does not mean you, poor man, if you
are a drunkard.

Nor you rich man, if you do your duty.

God rewards dutifulness, not poverty...

Therefore poor man, do your duty if you
wish to reach your goal. Do you wish for
proof that the Lord chose dutifulness and
did not ‘condemn wealth? The poor man
was taken up. Where was he taken? To
Abraham’s bosom. Read in your Bible what
Abraham was; you will find that he was a
rich man. The rich man’ went on before to
prepare entertainment and a home for the

poor man. See’ wha‘ the psalm says: The|$

rich man and the poor man together.

Tuesday—To consult an encyclopedia is the
beginning of wisdom, but there are limits
éven to an encyclopedia’s store of know-
ledge. How can I find out what is “Jippi
Jappa” or even “Henequen’”. And find out
I should because I read this week that
girls between the ages of 14 and 20 are
engaged in cutting and processing of Jippi
Jappa and henequen in the Toledo dis-
trict. Toledo is alright, that’s somewhére
in British Honduras, but suppose the Gov-
ernment suddenly decides to send 4,000
women to cut jippi jappa or henequen, I
should have been losing a lot of valuable
practice. Can anybody help?

Wednesday—An observant visitor to the
official residence of the Colonial Seeretary
will notice a loggia built on to the some-
what ugly building. It was built by a form-
er Colonial Secretary Stewart Perowne

» and his wife Freya Stark, as initials prove.
Most people will remember Stewart Per-
owne as the man who discovered the name
of the sculptor responsible for the statue of
Nelson in Trafalgar Square. Stewart Per-
owne is now in Benghazi and from what I
hear is having almost as much fun in re-
search there.

A keen horseman and polo player
Stewart has gone one better in Benghazi.
He is trying to reintroduce the ancient sport
of chariot racing—with four horses to a
chariot, Surely one of the sprightlier For-
sytes was known as four-in-one? Was it
Swithin? I think so,

Thursday—What’s in a name? If it’s Cherry
Tree Hill, what indeed? Nutritionists and
welfare workers are always telling us that
the cherry (Barbados variety) is full of
vitamins. With this release of knowledge
comes the simultaneous complaint that
there are so few cherries about. Why aren’t
there more cherry trees? Can someone tell
us how Cherry Tree Hill got its name? Was
it because someone planted a lot of cherry
trees there. Where are they to-day? Could
we not have cherry trees planted all over
the island? I don’t see why not,

Friday—The market was vividly described

by a cook who went shopping last Satur-

day and like Mother Hubbard’s dog got
none. “It was so quiet, mistress. It was just
like de House of Assembly. Dere was
nothing going on. Jes small groups of
people talking to one another.”

Saturday—The most beautiful thing in
Queen’s Park Lady Gilbert Carter’s foun
tain needs attention. No water comes ou
of it and the very lovely design is sadly
in need of a wash and brush up.

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SIR —The shopkeepers of this 5: That the average profit has sleet Cost | Sales Profit the highlights of Britain’s Festival
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secured credit which eventually taxes 75 cents light etc. 1.00 ony oe message of the cele-
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4. That the marginal profit of cents to support a family of a ‘to. inneee Br b talks by Gerald
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rising expenses, in short the no be afforded some meas Sront. donot 135 } tions for several months, and
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the provincial festivals, such as
those at Bath and Aldeburgh,
The B.B.C., have found. an
observer for Festival occasions
for practically every country in
Europe — ineluding Russia, A
Russian deserter “picked up” in
Germany has offered his services.
Fullest B.B.C. resources will
be mustered for the opening days
of the . Festival, Television
cameras will be inside St. Paul’s
Cathedral for the first time on
May 3 for the service there be-
fore the King opens the Festival
from the Cathedral steps, Thirty-
ene B.B.C, commentators will
that day give a picture of events
in English and foreign languages.
Following the opening of ‘he
Royal Festival Hall on Thursday
evening, a _ sixty-minute pro-
gramme will link the main festi-
val centres throughout the British
Isles. The microphone will take
listeners on visits to the two
travelling exhibitions, one on the
Festival ship “Campania.”. the
other in Manchester, and to the

in Glasgow. \ -

A unique recording will be tha
of the youth choir of a thousand
voices round a_ bonfire to be
lighted amongst the bomb damag¢
around St. Paul’s. This will be
the signal for the lighting of other

bonfires in towns and villages
all over Britain.
There will be many other ])

broadcasts of outstanding events
during the Festival — the open-
ing of the South Bank Exhibition,
the Royal Academy Banquet,
where the speakers will include
Winston Churchill, Somerset
Maugham, and Sir Gerald Kelly,
and the opening of the Glasgow
Exhibition of Industrial Power
by H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth.
Broadcasting | also intends to
“skim the cream” from what
should be a memorable summer
of sport. Many of these com-
mentaries will be heard in “Sports
Round-Up” and “Sports Review”,

as well as in other magazine
programmes. Not only will there
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TWENTY-ONE apprentices

At The Top
To Get There

were awarded Bursary Certi-

ficates when a meeting of the Board of Industrial Training



as held-at the Public Works Department yesterday morn-

‘They had completed five years of training under master
workmen. Bursaries started in 1924 and 273 boys he-’e bene-

fited from them so far.

Head Teacher

Transferred

URING the week a number of
pupils of the St, Catherine s



Mixed School, St. Philip, assem-~

bled at the school room to bid
farewell to Miss M_ E. Gay, Head
Teacher, who has been appointed
Head-mistress of St. Matthias
Girls’ School, Christ Church,

Rev. Brathwaite, Chairman of
the Board of Management, ' said
that Miss Gay had laboured faith.
fully in that district and deserved
their appreciation.

After a short programme: of
recitations and songs by the pupils
of the school, several speeches
were made, They all compli-
mented Miss Gay who served as
Head teacher for seven years in
that district.

Mr, Norman Daysh, a member
of the Board of Management,
referred to the oceasion as being
a sad and happy one; sad because
St. Catherine’s was losing the ser-
vices of one, such as Miss Gay;
happy because Miss Gay was re.
ceiving a well earned promotion.
Their loss was another’s gain,

The District Inspector of Schools
supported these remarks after
which Miss Gay was presented
with a bouquet and a gift from
the staff, pupils and friends.

Miss Gay thanked every one
for what they had said and men-
tioned the excellent co-operation
she had received from the staff of
each school in the district.

Miss Gay, who succeeds Miss C.
Morrison, will assume her duties
on May 7 when schools reopen for
the Trinity term,

Among those who attended the
function were: Rev. Brathwaite,
Mr. and Mrs, N. Daysh, Mr. L, T.

Gay, Mr. R. Murrell, Mr? I.
Francis, Mr. E.-1L. Bell, Miss I.
Yearwood, Mis§ M. V. Clarke,

Miss C. Clarke, Miss E. Martin-
dale, Miss E. Reid, Miss D. Hunte,
Miss E. Gay, Mrs. A, Hutchinson
and Mrs. R. Gumbs,

NTERMITTENT showers in
Bridgetown yesterday held up
work on many occasions. The
heaviest shower however fell dur-
ing the evening when clerks and
other City, workers were on their
way home from work,

The majority were caught with-
out raincoats and umbrellas and
had to shelter in business premises
for long periods,

O Fan wis month the majority
of fish sold in the Market were
dolphin, For the first two weeks
the total amount of fish sold in the
market was 33,725 pounds, Of this
18,256 pounds were dolphin and
only 8,205 pounds of flying fish.
The other catches were: 260
pounds of king fish, 876 bill, 4,979
shark, 688 albacore, 361 bonito
and 40 pewnds of seine fish,

ISS ISA TAITT of the Ebene-
zer Girls’ School, St, Philip,
has beer appointed Headteacher
of Wesley Hall Girls’ School. She
sueceeds-the late Miss Carmen
Hunte,
Miss Taitt assumed duties from
April 1.
IGHT Barbadiaas
recruited for the Grenada
Police Force left the island on
Thursday. Four more will leave
for Grenada on Sunday and six
for St. Lucia on Monday,
QUANTITY of hawser wire
valued $40 was stolen from
Dodds Plantation, St, Philip be.
tween 8.00 a.m. on Wednesday and
8.30 a.m, on Thursday. The mat-
ter was reported by Laurie Antro-
bus, The wire belongs to the Gov.
ernor-in-Executive Committee,
OUR CHEQUES for amounts
totalling $550.10, were stolen
from a safe at Sandy Lane Fac.
tory, St, James between April 4
and 16, The incident was reported
by Jack Thorne of the same fac-
tory,
F 19 TRAFFIC offences re-
corded in the Police Reports
yesterday, five motorists were re.

who were

ported for exceeding the speed
limit. A large number were also

reported for carrying weight in
excess,
APTAIN W. A. FARMER,

Editor of the Police Maga-
zine, writes from England to say
that he has already entered Police
College Hendon, and is doing fine,

This month His Majesty the
King visited the College and -was
introduced to Captain Farmer,



"Bisham Hill” Takes Sugar

The steamship Bisham Hill left
Barbados yesterday with a load
of 4,000 tons af sugar for Montreal
and 270 puncheons of molasses
for Port Alfred, Canada. She was
loading here for a week.

The Bisham Hiil is consigned to
Messrs. Plantations Ltd.



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Mr. T. W. Went, M.B.E.,
Cuienial Engineer and Chairman
ef the Bcard of Industrial Train-
ing, ‘said yesterday that the
number of bursaries offered
yearly has now increased from
24 to 48

The Water Works Department
and the Department of Highways
& $Transpori have taken on
plumbing and motor mechanic
apprentices while the sugar
factories and .the foundries -are
greatly assisting in training
engineers.

Mow that the fishing industry
is getting on its feet, r. Went
would like more lads {| tain as
beat builders. There are only
two who are interested in this
trade as yet. He would also like
some to train. as potters.

Mr. Ry S. Payne © welcomed
Mr. E. C. M,. Theobalds, Acting
Director of Education, who pre-
sented the certificates. Mr
Payne also gave the boys sound
advice on how, they should go
through’ life.

Congratulated

the presentation Mr,

congratulated the
yn the completion of their
“When I heard of
this method of training appren-
tices in Barbados about two or
three years ago, I thought it was
one of the most admirable things.
“You should be grateful to the
people who devised this scheme,”
he said.

He said that he tried to intro-
duce this type of training in
another island, but much to his
disappointment, it was not
adopted.

“There is always plenty room
at the top for people who want
to get ‘there,’ Mr. Theobalds
said.

He told them to remember that
they may need plenty of theory
in their work. They had already
done a good deal of the practica!
If ‘they wanted to advance
trade as

Beiore
Theobalds
boys
bursaries

they must study their
intensively as possible.

He said that there were numer-
ous possibilities, such as corres-
pondence courses and, in Barba-
dos, the Evening Institute . had
830 students on the roll.

He advised them to give up
some of their evenings—because
there is nothing achieved in this
world without sacrifice—to study
at the Evening Institute.

“He wished them abundant
success in years to come = and
reminded them always to give
an honest day’s work. He _ told
them to be sure to take a credita-
ble place on the road of artisans
in this country. “If you go
abroad, see that you are a credit
to Barbados”, he said,

Received Certificates

Those receiving ccrtificates
w ere: _ Kennethâ„¢ Connolly,
Joseph Farrell, Elington Gran-
num, Walter Padmore, Carlton
Stewart and Neville Stewart,
Carpenters; Clarence Taylor. and
Deighton Hoyte, Plumbers; Bric
Benn and _— Grafton Browne,
Tailors; Everard Sayers and
Elkins Goodridge, Engineers;
Cecil Leacock, Kenneth Antrobus
and Pierson Bailey, Joiners;
Vanroy Headley and Winston
Deane, Printers; William Jones,
Stanley Gill and Randal Dear,
Motor, Mechanics; Ewart Phillips,
Blacksmith.

Members of the Board present
were: Mr. T. W. Went, M.B.E.,
Chairman, Mr. D. S. ° Payne,
M.A., Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds,

Mr. Herbert Husbands, and Mr.
N. H. G- Weekes, Secretary.
Excuses were offered for the

absence of “Mr. R: B. Moulder,

B.A., Mr. W. H. Carter and Mr.
S. H. Douglas.



Travellizg’ Bank
Opens 99 Accounts

The Travelling Office of the
Government Savings Bank has
just completed its ninth weekly
visit to the various sugar factories
in the island.

There were 74 deposits this
week, of which 12 were new
accounts, and the amount of

money reecived- was $1,686.92.
For the’ nine weeks the Bank
has been out this year, there were
495 deposits including 99 new
ge The total amount of
money received is $13,175.71.

“POLYCREST” BRINGS
FLOUR AND LUMBER

Three thousand bags of flour
and .a shipment of lumber from
Halifax and St. John were landed
here yesterday by the Saguenay
Terminals’ Polyevest. The flour
was consigned to Messrs. H. Jason
Jones & Co., Ltd., while the
lumber came for Messrs, J. B.
Leslie & Co., Ltd

The Polycrest, 719 tons net,
called at daybreak yesterday and
left Iast night for Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad» Her agents are Messrs.
Plantations. Ltd.



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W.L BANK NOTES THAT FATLED

JOURNAL OF BARBADOS MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. VIII. pg. 5
Extract from an address given by E. M. Shilstone, F.S.A., in August
The Aadress was entitled “BARBADOS IN THE YEAR

of the Society.
“The establishment of the

and within four years a scheme was evolved
lines as the Colonial Bank. and shares were offered to and taken up by

Colonial Bank in the

Barbados and the other Islands.

The Bank opened in March, 1840, and numbered amongst its founders and directors such
influential persons as Joseph Connell, of Harrow, Oughterson

was its first Chairman, and

ure.
their all in it.

The W.I. Bank

Arthur Moore, Samuel Innis,

West Indies in the year
care of some of the emancipation money, but only by way of safe custody
diate ~suecess caused the Barbadians to think that a bank was a gold mine to be exploited,
to organise a West Indian Bank on the same

and
hi Nicholas
Benj. Howell Jones, all merchants in Bridgetown: Josiah Health, of Quintyne’s and Redland,
George Hewitt, of Bloomsbury and Warrens, Charles Saint-John, of Welchtown, Joseph Lyder
Briggs, of Maynards, Chequer Hall, Six Men’s and Hope, Joseph Trotman of Rowans, Thomas |
Wilson, and Johas Lyte Wilkinson, of Bayfield and Holborn.

s 1 The authorised capital of the |
Bank was two! million dollars.

Z The first Manager of the Bank
Gibbes Pile was the Accountant, and John Gibbes the Cashier



Public See New |

Caribbean Notes

SPECIMENS of the British Caribbean Currency notes to
be used in the Eastern Group were exhibited yesterday
morning in the Legislative Council Chamber.

Similar exhibitions were held simultaneously in the several
islands of the Eastern Group yesterday.

The notes are termed “British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern
Group)” as Jamaica was unable
tc come in the original scheme,
but if that colony is desirous of

coming in at any time in the
future, the words “Eastern
Group” will be deleted from

future notes,

Yesterday's exhibition was for
Bankers and members of the
Press, and among those present
were: The Hon’ble R. N. Turner,
Colonial Secretary; Capt. G. J.
Bryan, Acting Financial Secre.
tary; Mr. V. H. Chenery, Acting
Colonial Treasurer; Mr. J. R.
Rodger, Manager of the Canadian
Bank af Commerce; Mr. S. H. Dal-
gieish, Manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada; Mr. L. C, Gregg,
Acting Manager of Barclays Bank;
Mr. J. A. Roberts, Manager of the
Government Savings Bank; Mr
G. H. Hunte, Assistant Editor of
the Advocate; and Hon'ble H, A,
Cuke, Commissioner, British Car.
ikbean Currency Board; and the
staff of the Currency Department,
Barbados.

Six Denominations

The currency, which was ex-
hibited in a picture frame, was of
six denominations, namely, 1, 2,
5, 10, 20 and 100 dollar notes.
There were two of each so as to
give a front.and back view.

They were printed on good
quality paper by Messrs. Brad.
bury, Wilkinson and Co,, Ltd.,
whose designs were chosen in
preference to two other English
firms, MeSsrs. Delarue and Water-
low and Sons.

Each note has the coat of arms
of Barbados, Trinidad, British
Guiana and the Leeward and
Windward Islands in: addition to
a photograph of the King and a
scroll giving the group of the
various islands.

The notes are about the same
size as the existing Barbados Cur.
rency with each denomination
having its own distinctive colour.

The signatures attached to these
ppecimens are E: F. McDavid,
Financial Secretary of British
Guiana, who is Chairman of the
Currency Board, A. R. W. Robert.
son and H, A. Cuke, members of
the Board.

Framed copies of the
such as those exhibited
Council Chamber will, in a few
days, be exhibited at all the
banks, the Treasury, the Pub
lic Library and the Barbados
Museum.

One Currency Board

Mr. Cuke toid the Advocate
that in +1946 a Conference was
held in Barbados and was attend.
ed by delegates from all the

notes
in the

More hangers needed?

We have a New Assortment of Painted and Decorated
HANGERS for Dresses and Skirts

LARGE DRESS HANGERS—Ea

SKIRT HANGERS—Ea

LARGE KHUS KHUS HANGERS—Ea
SMALL, CHILDREN’S HANGERS—Ea

$0.14

PAIRS OF BABY KHUS KHUS HANGERS, Pair $1.08



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& 13 BROAD STREET.

SCHOOLBOYS
GET ‘“‘SCHOLS”

The Governor.in-Executive
Committee has awarded the
Barbados Government Exhi-
bitions for 1951 to the Uni.
versity College of the West
Indies to the following can-
didates recommended by the
University College of the
West Indies:— Courtney De
Monteith Nicholls and
James Arthur Williams. *



islands when a proposal was put
forward that there should be one
‘Currency Board of the Eastern
Group.

Recommendations of this Con-
ference, he said, were submitted
to all the Governments and were
accepted, and a Preparatory Com. |
mittee was then appointed to take)
the necessary steps to iget legisla-
tion through in. all the colonies.
Finally, a Currency Board was
appointed consisting of one rep.
resentative from each of the:
areas, namely:— British Guiana,
‘Trinidad, Barbados and the Wind.
ward and Leeward Islands.

The headquarters of this new
Currency Board are in Trinidad
and Mr. E, F. McDavid, Financial
Secretary of British Guiana, is
the Chairman. Mr, Lewis Spence,
a Civil Servant for many years
in the West Indies, has been ap.
pointed Executive Commissioner.

Mr. Cuke said that as soon as
all arrangements have been final-
ised, the notes will be in circula.
tion in all the areas of the Eastern
Group, and the existing notes of
British Guiana, Trinidad and Bar-
bados will be withdrawn.

FOURTEEN RETURN
FROM CURACAO

Fourteen passengers left yester-
day for Curacao by a K.L.M,
charter. Arriving by the same
plane from Curacao were fourteen
Barbadians who wurk in Curacao,
They are W. Bishop, E. Downie,
S. A. Lynch, Mr, and Mrs
Cuthbert Skinner, C. S. Jarvis,
M. Elcock, W. B. Haynes, R. St
C. Browne, A. Ford, O. Sobers,
O. Husbands, C. W. Prescod and
R. W. Davies.

‘A ROOD FOR $100

One rood of land situated at
Durant’s Village, St. James, was
sold in the Provost Marshal's
Office yesterday afternoon to







Messrs, Hutchinson and Banfield
for $100.00.

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i ) The Bank was doomed to fail-
It lasted for six or seven years and was then liquidated, many

—6
1941 at a Meeting
1840"

1836
The

had taken
Jank’s imme-

many people in

Halton Plantations, who

Humphrey Walrond,

was John Bovell; Thomas



Barbadians having lost |

Court Of Chanicery

terday,

granted the application



In the Court of Chancery y
His Honour the Vice-
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore
that the
eause in Lisle Gibson’ versus
Cyril W Drakes be struck out.

Mr, G. B. Niles instructed by
Yearwood & Boyce apperred on
behalf of Drakes.



DECREE ABSOLUTE

Decree absolute was pronounced
by His Honour the Chief Judge,
in the suit of V. C. Jones, peti-
tioner, and H, A. Jones, respond-
ent. Decree nisi had been pro-
nounced on March 9

Mr G. B. Niles instructed by
Hutchinson & Banfield, appeared
for’v. C. Jones.

The stit of E. W. Gibbons ver-
sus T. N. Gibbons in which a peti-
ion was madeé for the dissolution
of marriage, was adjourned. Mr.
Ward, instructed by Pfutchinson &
Banfield, Solicitors, appeared for
the petitioner,

MARIA CA





THE 21-year-old auxiliary ketch with eight pleasure seekers aboard

which is making a cruise of the











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"Young Marrieds”

Life is fun—when you can

enjoy all the activities it
offers. That’s why our
young married women

women of modern outlook

prefer TAMPAX, the sani-
tary protection that is worn
internally. There’s such a
difference! Tampax needs
no bulky pads, belt or pins
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See



PAGE FIVE





Wills Admitted

To Probate Peregrine

His Honour the Chief Jucge, Sir |
Allan Collymore admitted to pro- Ph Li
bate the wills of Innmiss Sis-| 1 ips
nett cf St. Michael and Margare
Augusta Toppin of St. John, at| énvented the Contact Process for
the Court of Ordinary yesterday. | : * ,

| making sulphuric acid. Though

His Honour allowed the re-| bs desta

sealing of probate of wills granted | this process was patented as early

in the United Kingdom under
section 37 of the Court of Ordin- | =
ary Act, 1891, They were Louisa}
Minnie Tout, late of Paignton, |
Devon, a spinster and Harry Risch
Miller, late of 46 Westbourne Ter- |



4 phuric acid manufacture. Today,

of the firm of G. L. W. Clarke & |
Co, appeared for the applicant in|
|

race, Paddington. London, W.2. | j ‘
Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, auaicitor, | re eee . eae — half the world’s output is
|

Although his

discovery ranks amongst the most important advances ever made in chemical manufacture,

in this way.
Louisa Tout's. Messrs, Yearwood
eat tbslicant in Heese ieee surprisingly little is known about Phillips himself, Even the dates and places of his birth and
death are uncertain, The only indisputable fact about his life is the date of his patent.

A Peregrine Phillips, believed to be the inventor’s father, opened a tailor’s shop in Bristol

Fight Making
Caribbean Cruise

Eight pleasure _ seekers
aboard the white-painted |
auxiliary ketch Maria Cath-
arina made the tenth stop of
their Caribbean cruise at Bar-
bados yesterday.

in 1803, but forsook tailoring in 1824 to go into partnership with John Thorne, a vinggar
, manufacturer of the same city, Peregrine Phillips junior — the inventor —was also amettiber
of the firm, but he appears to have renounced his share about the same time as he took outhis
patent. The wording of this document shows that he must have had both a good techuical

(ich)









education and a capacity for hard work, but nothing is known as to
where he acquired his knowledge or whether he ever tried to exploit

his patent commercially, The year after he had taken it out, the vinegar

They were Alan Stearns ; : wh . bettas ftana fitted
skipper-owner of the ketch, business was sold, and Peregrine Phillips, though still a young man, —
Mrs. Stearns, the navigator | as never heard of agat

David Jenckes, Alfred Hazell,

a Director of-Messrs Hazell & | Trade Mark of Imperial Chemical radustries Ltd. London, England.

Co.. who joined the cruise

fr St. yi ‘ ‘ zx

tom St Vincent, and fou! GE aaa Reese
Starting off from Miami oi “PURINA”

Mareh 1d, the ketch has called a,

Nassau, St. Thomas, (V IT), St

Kitts, Antigua, the Isle of Saint 7

Dominica, Martinique, St. Luci -
and St Vincent before’ sh

anchored at Carlisle bay on he
first visit :

Alan Stearns has planned on);
one week’s stay here before goi.
on to Grenada where he and his
party will spend a few days, He
expects to pay another visit to St
Vincent and will ya&it other Wes
Indian islands before going bac
to St. Thomas. Alfred Hazell ha
decided to fly back to St. Vincent

see

all. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—pistributors.
8R2 BERBER ESE SSE eSB

DRINK & ENJOY



The ketch will be brought int
the Careenage on Monday for dr;
docking. She will be on dock foi
a few days for repainting an
other repairs.

21 Years Old

Although she looks as good :
new, the Matla Catharina wa:
launched 21 years ago in a Hollan
dockyard. She was built for ;
Belgian, Baron Louis Empain
She changed hands many time
until she was bought by Vyvya
Drury of Nassau. Captain Stearn
bought her over from Drury i
1950 while at Nassau.

The Maria Catharina was take
to Miami where she was renovate
and fitted out for this cruise. Sh
earries a General Motors Diese
engine and is equipped with radic
(elephony, three’ lifeboats,
jaunch and a sailing dinghy

She has an overall length of §
feet, a beam of 19 feet and sh
draws 11 feet of water Hier ton
nage is 70,

THARINA



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In 1% in,, % in., 1 in., 1'4 ins. and 2 ins, MESH

Obtain our Quotations before buying elsewhere.

i 5 piece Toilet Sets

in Assorted Decorations





Charcoal Box Irons

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7 ins. at $4.81

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rassment with thin dresses. FLOATS, RUBBER RINGS, PINIONS .
No. restrictions on sport-
ing activities. And so wonderfullly comfortz 0 us . , 2 PIN
don't know you're wearing it! sca Pn oe ae TOP BEARINGS, ‘BOWL SPINDLES g
us Tartihax at chemists everywhere. A month’s suvvly $
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1951
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The Barbados Mutual Life Assurance
Society

AT THE 110th

YEARLY ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

Held on Friday, 20th April

The Directors
reported that another

‘SUCCESSFUL YEAR
* had been completed.

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SOSOPOSOSSAN

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NOW-I WAN'T YOu TO -I SEE YOU
TAKE MY COUSIN EVAN i ‘CT UBYING THE
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ACES OF INTEREST YOU DEC!
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The Principal Features disclosed were :—



$ NEW BUSINESS : 928 Policies were
x issued assuring $1,806,262.00
BY ALEX RAYMOND INCOME: From Premiums .. 3 “i .. 953,086.11
ASD Wa We cy " Interest ee Sn nan as
AO” Wit H ae and Rents $i a ,030.
TE THOUBHT YoU Aurne Sh {ver tHose rats | [oa ND Hus WE Watt GUT OF Less Income Tax... 35,034.83 381,995.92
we CLAIMS By Death 51 under 69 Policies
i assuring . . _ .. $ 132,757.00
i} Bonus S je . §7,372.00

$ 190,129.00



By Maturity 201 Policies assuring $ 292,323.00
Bonus ‘i 89,560.00

$ 381,883.00

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RATE OF INTEREST : Beiore payment of Income Tax 4.2 per cent
After payment of Income Tax 4.01 per cent


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LIFE ASSURANCE FUND
Added as result of year's working ..$ 484,477.00
The Total Fund is now .. $i . 9,950,513.00
INVESTMENT RESERVE FUND
Now Totals... * 4 +f . $ 626,555.00
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1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508



For Births, Marriage or Engagement |
the |

ennouncements in Carib Calling
charge is $3.00 for any number of .'ord



up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each

edditional word. Terms cash.

bone 2508

between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death

Notices only after 4 p.m.



DIED
HARRIS — On April 27, 1951, at her
residence, “Gatha Lodge”, Fontabelie,

Mrs. Damaris Elizabeth . Harris. Her
funerai leaves the above residence at

4.30 pm. today
Cemetery.
AGGIE HARRIS,
ELSIE WEATHERHEAD,
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD.

THANKS

for the

Westbury

a
BOXILL—The Boxill family beg through
this medium to return thanks to all
thos¢ kind friends who sent wreaths,
letters of condolence, or in any way
expressed their sympathy in our recent

bereavement.
Mrs. E. Boxill (wife), Mrs. Coral
McIntosh (niece). 28.4.51—1n,





Public Official Sale
(The Provost Marshal’s Act 1904
(1904-6) 8 30),

On Tuesday the 15th day of May 1951,
et the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon
will be sold at my office to the highest
bidder all that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admtasurement 5,907 square
feet situate in Parish or City of Saint
Michael butting and bounding on two
sides on lands of Barbados Co-operative
Bank Limited, on lands of Clement
Warner over @ road fourteen feet wide
and on the said road called Villa Road
at Britton Hill, together with’ the Chattel
dwelling-house thereon end all appur-
tenances. Attached from Walter Evgns
Phillips for and towards satisfaction, &c.,
and it not sold on such day, said sale
will be kept open and a subsequent day
will be fixed for said sale,

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase.
T. T. HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal.
Provost Marshal's Office,

28.4.51—3n.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

REMOVAL OF THE LABOUR
WELFARE (HOUSING LOANS)
ORGANISATION AND THE
PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK

The offices of the Labour Wel-
fare (Housing Loans) Organisa.
tion and the Peasants’ Loan Bank
wili be removed to Pinfold House,
Pinfold Street, City, as from the
7th May, 1951,



28.4.51,—2n.
OLD AGE PENSIONS

The Old Age Pension Paying
Office in Bay Street has been
removed to “Hartsdale” a cottage
in White Park Road, opposite the
Barbados Foundry Ltd. Pensions
will be paid there as from Mon-
day, 30th April, 1951.

H. N. ARMSTRONG,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
25th April, 1951.





27,.4.51—2n



THE MAYOR AND TOWN
COUNCIL OF NEW
AMSTERDAM, BERBICE,

BRITISH GUIANA

Invite applications from Mechani-
cal and Electrical Engineers for
the post of

CHIEF ENGINEER
COUNCIL

Applicants, who should be
qualitied Mechanical or Electrical
Engineers and have had good ex.
perience of internal combustion
engines, will be required to ad-
minister and supervise the Coun-
cil’s engineering services com.
prising a suction producer gas
engine and Diesel driven electric
power station with an installed
capacity of 596 K.W’s, the 2,300
volts primary, 110—220 volts sec
ondary, 60 cycles alternating cur-
rent overhead electricity distribu
tion system, the Water Works
pumping plant (250 h.p.) and the
water mains system; and exercise
general supervision over the work

TO THE

of the Council’s Town Superin-
tendent.

Previous experience in an
executive capacity is necessary

and preference will be given to
applicants who are, or are eligible
for, corporate membership of the
Institutions of Mechanical or Elec.
trical Engineers, Experience of
Suction Producer Gas and Diesel
emgines would also be an advan.
tage.

Applicants must not be more
than 45 years of age and must
state age and nationality in their
applications. The person selected
for appointment to the post will
be required to submit himself ‘|
a medical examination as to his
fitness. |

The salary of the post is £1,000;
per annum, and free current forl
domestic purposes is provided.

The appointment which will be
on the basis of a three-year con-
tract in the first instance, is sub-
ject to the previous approval of
the Governor in Council of the
Colony of British Guiana, and
earries leave privileges at the
rate of one month for each year
of service. Passages for the
Engineer, his wife and up to two
children -will be paid in the case
of a successful applicant resident
outside of British Guiana.

Applications which should be
addressed to the wndersigned
must be received in New Amster-
dam before the 26th May, 1951.

D, DOW,
Town Clerk,
New Amsterdam, Berbice,
British Guiana.
27.4.51.—3n.

ORIENTAL

SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS
New Shipment opened

THANT'S "2!
§,.399995999999S9G9955S00%,
West Indian & British

Hand made Crafts, Antiques,

& Pottery, Hand blocked Beach-
weer, Decoration House, St
James, Tel. 91-74.





14.4,51—1m.
3

OCLC
BOSS SOO00S0S OOS Se

FOR LONGER SERVICE

TAR all posts before erecting.
A small quantity of this
Rot
material still
© GAS
——__—_—oeoeo—-

preventative

available

} WORKS, Bay St.
Price . 40c. per gallon.
Get Some To-day.

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PUERLIC SALES



minrmum caarge $1.50 on
and $1.80 om Sundays



REAL ESTATE

That desirable

dwellinghouse known as

land

tailet downstairs and upstairs,
bedrooms (one with bath and toilet)
| To servants rooms, garage for 1

yerd.

“aoe date of sale wili be publishea

ter,
Inspection between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
any day except Sundays on appoint-

ment with the owner Mr,
(Phone 3229).
G, L, W. CLARKE & CO.,
Solicitors.





PROPERTIES FOR SALE—
called St. Elmo at Maxwell! Road? If con-
sists of %4 of an Acre of land and a com-
fortable house which is built of stone and
wood, and has open verandah on two
Sides, closed gallery to front, drawing
and dining rooms, 4 bedrooms, break-
fast room, modern kitchen, garage, yard
enclosed with wall. Price £2,600, and
the purchaser will pay stamp duty.

One property which consists of 60 odd
acres of land and a house. I will leave
in two-thirds of the purchase price
which is very reasonable at 5%. Apply
to D'crey A. Scott, Magazine Lane.

28,4,51—3n.
~ ee n-

LAND—One outstanding site of land
19,806 sq. tt.

of Land situated in N.
Gordens. Dial 3950. 26.4.$1-22n

AUC'’rKION









ihe tape aaleashteeste niente
By instructions received from the Sec- | 1S HEREBY GIVEN that a poil will be | a
retary of the General Hospital I will} taken in the Council Chamber, Public

sell by Public competition at the Nurses’
Home on Thursday next, 3rd May at
2 o'clock. one Piaro by Kohler and
Campbell. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer.

27.4.51—6n

By instructions I will sell by Public
Auction on the spot on Wednesday next
‘the 2nd of May at 2 o'clock at Bank
Hall Main Road, 3 houses from Al
Souls Church, One three roofed house
with out-offices. To be removed, It
will be sold to the highest bidder. In-





spection on application to
Pi A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
Dial 3743. 27.4.51—4n.

ey

By Public competition at my office at
Magazine Lane on Wednesday next the
2nd May at 12,30 o'clock, one spot of
land situate at Deacon's Road, by ad-
measurement 14,340 sq, ft. with a front-
age of 55 ft, ALSO One business
premises at Tweedside Road. Shop, house
and usual out-offices together with 1,997
sq. ft. of land. Inspection on application
to Miss Elaine Robinson who is doing
business there. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auc-
tioneer. Dial 3743, 28.4.51—3n.

LOST & FOUND
LOST a

emaiiieapelblhaaipteictititelsicenihi
CAT—$15 Reward Offered for recovery





clive of Siamese Male Cat. Missing
since March 24th. Maxwell District.
Tel. 8250. 28.4.51—In.

_———————umii......___.
GLASSES—Pair of Sun Glasses, pale
blue rims in or néar Broad Street.
Reward offered. Johnson's Stationery.

28.4.51—2n.







ge gn per agate = on ee ot
an cents per agate line on Sundays,
week-days

two storied frethold
M “Culloden
View", situate at the junction of Cul-
loden and Dalkeith Roads, with the
thereto containing 10,585 square
feet. The house contains drawing and
dining rooms, library, x four

ar
and tool room (all built of stone), in =









BARBADOS ADVOCATE































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\
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| PUMLIC NOTICES FOR RENT FOR SALE NOTIC:
| Re Estate of
Ter cents per agate tine on week-day Minimum charge week 72 cents ond Minimum charge week 72 cents and | GLADYS TINE HARDING

and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays | % cents Sundays 24 words — over 94| 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24) deceased
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days| “°rds 3 cents a word week-—4 Cente a! words 3 cents a word week—4 cents al NO" IS MEREBY GIVEN that all
and $1.80 on Sundays. word Sundays. word Sundrews pe having any debt or claim against
j A the Estate of —-? Albertine Harding
_— ———$—$_—$__—_—_ | UTS. late of the parish of Saint Michael, who
NOTICE | om MOTIVE died in this Island on the 24th day of
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in HOUSES | One (1) 6 Cylinder two seater es oe ede eres ~
‘tention of the Vestry of the Parish c } De Soto, Suitable for making pick-up ant na to a “under ene : Albertine
Saint Andrew to be caused to be | Tyres very good. Engine in goed work- Masding the qualified Admainistratris of
introduced into the House of Assembi: |, APARTMENT for rent to approved | i08 order. Phone 3430." 27.4.5i—3n.| the Estate of the deceased, in care of
of this Island a Bill to authorice th: tenant Fully furnished apartanent in | -——— —" — Messrs Carrington & Sealy of Lucas
Vestry to borrow a sum not exceeding hotel area, Hastings, 3 bedrooms, garage CAR-—One Singer Car $350.00. Apply. | Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or be
$6,000.00 for the purpose of building | 2"4 Servants room. From ist June.| © Jordan, James Street, Bicycle Re-| fore the 27th day of June 1951 after
suitable quarters for the Nurses at the | “tite P.O. Box 257 27.4.51—6n. | Psirer, 27.4.51—2n. | which date I shall proceed to distribute
Almshouse at Belleplane, the loan te —_ | ——| the assets of the deceased among the
cerry interest at the rate of not exceed- Em , . CAR--Morris 8 Touring very good con-| Parties entitled thereto having regard
ing, 4% per annum and to be repaid BUNGALOW—Very modern 3 bedroom | Sition, Phone George Skeete 4277 or} only to such claims of whieh 1 shall
by 15 equal annual instalments out of | BU"&s!ow, situated at Top Rock. Having \ 26.4.51—3n, | then have had notice, and that 1 will
the rates of the said parish. 7 2 toilets and bath, modern kitchen ete not be liable for the assets oréany part

Vestry Clerk, St, Andrew.



N
THE
MUTUAL LIFE

LOST POLICY

C. A. SKINNER,
27.4.51—3n

OTICE
BARBADOS
ASSURANCE SOCIETY

EUSTACE BEN ANTHONY FARMER

having made

Policy asked for
B

21.4.51—4n



NOTICE

PARISH
Tenders for c

for the Burial of the dead will be re-
ceived by the undersigned, from whom
all particulars may be obtained, up to
Saturday 28th April 1951.

Clerk, Board Poor Law Guardians,

sworn
Policy Ne, 21,237 on his life has been
St. Clair Hunte. | Jost, and having made application to

the Directors to grant a duplicate of
the same, NOTICE is hereby given that
unless any objection is raised within one
26.4.51—6m: | month of the date hereof the duplicate

deposition thet

F
will be issued.
iy Order,
Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary



OF ST JAMES
onva/ing Paupers

f

and |

P. H, TARILTON,

Rockley,
all
unfurnished
month
r

, Kitehen
Servants’
Room
n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave. Belleville

Available, unfurnished on 6 months .or
12 months lease. Ring 8569 or 4683.

,
28.4. 51—2n |
-——_—_—

___

BUNGALOW—One newly built Wail
Bungalow
Bedrooms,,
Verandah etc
No

in Goodland containing 2
Drawing and Dining rooms,
L. M. Clarke? Jeweller,
12 Jomes St 28.4.51—I1n

0 Blue
completed
construction.





‘BUNGALOW_No.

Waters,
newly

bungalow
Furnished or
For a period, or from
to month. 3 Bed Rooms with
water in each room, Built-in
in 2 Rooms, Dressing Room,
Toilets and Baths, Modern Type

with buflt-in Cupboards, 2
Rooms, Garage and Wash
*djotning House, Phone 2342
etween 8 and 11 o'clock.

stone

unning
Presses

28.4.51—t fn

Pully
Inspec-
Phone 3450 or

20.4.51—t.f.n.

urnished. Available May 15th.
jon by appointment.



FLAT—Beaumont, Hastings unfur-

nished. Dining and Sitting room 2 bed-
+ Trooms, running water, Kitchen with gus,
usual conveniences. No pets or children,

St. James. Dial—2636, 24.4.51.—3n.
22 49$13n

SHOP—No, 77 Roebuck Street. Apply

THE BARBADOS CIVIL to N. Sealy, Fontabelle. Dial 4007.
SERVICE ASSOCIATION as
Tre: “SEAFORTH" Worthing, on the sea,
NOTICE opposite Rendezvous Gap, Drawing and
ining rooms, 3 bedrooms, Electric
Light and gas installed. All modern
Buildings on Saturday, 28th inst. | conveniences. From May Ist. For
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. | further particulars Dial—2974 or 3426.
for the election of « SECRETARY and 24,.4.51.—4n.

FIVE persons to

serve on the Council

for the year 1951.





UPSTAIRS, No. 6 Swan Street,

very



Cc. W. CUMBERBATCH, spacious and airy. Reasonable rent for
Assistant Secretary. | right person. Phone 3466.
18,.4.51—3n 28.4.51—2n
NOTICE CARS — Drive-yourself Cars. New
Prefect Fords. Terms very reasonable.

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten-

tion of the Westb
be caused

to be

KF
ury Cemetery Board to
introdugé@ ‘into the

House of Assembly of, thig Island a Bill

to amend the W
1908 so as to ine
breaches of the

estbuny Cemetery Act
rease the penalties for
regulations for the

conduct of the Cemetery and to reduce

the amount of
given by the Che
appointment.

E.D. MOTTLEY, _
Chairman of the Board.



WANTED

Minimum charge week 72 cents and

96 cents Sundays
words 3 cents a
word Sundays.





notice

required to be
‘plain on resigning his

b

28.4.51—3n

S

24 words — over 24 te
a

word week—4 Cents a

‘or particulars, Dial 8408.
28.4.51—2n.

THE FESTIVAL OF
BRITAIN

@ From Page 4
e@ programmes on contemporary

sports, but also on archery and
) Speedway

table-tennis,
sports like steeple-chasing.

croquet... and).
out-of—season

racing,
and

It is the boast of the Overseas
ervice that it was the first to
ake up with enthusiasm the idea

of the Festival,



HELP
1 nae ————-— +emer li
MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSE—Unfurnished House 3 bed-

rooms between Bay Street and Rockley.

Dial 4910 or 3601

after 4.30 8C

27.5.51—2n. |

were on the spot
very first sound associated with
Britain’s 1951 Exhibition — tne

“We got cracking when it was

still a smile on the face of Par-

say. “Our men

they
to record the

ament,”

yuelchy thud of pile-driving on

the mud of the South Bank site,”



POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS

Effective Ist May, 1951 AIR MAILS will be closed at the General Post Office as follows:—
(Cancelling previous Schedules)













DESTINATION TIME DAY
\
Antigua oe ++ / 11.45 am Wednesday
2 2.00 p.m Thursday
Australia : ee *¢/1 11.45 a.m. Monday
(all air) 11.45 a.m, | Thursday
Australia é% ++/11.45 am. | Wednesday
(to Panama only) 9.00 a.m, | Saturday
Argentine ce *+111.45 a.m, | Monday
11.45 a.m. ‘| Thursday
Africa ., os *+|11.45 am. | Tuesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Aruba .. es ++|11.45 am, | Tuesday
9.00 a.m. | Saturday
Bahamas ss ++] 22.45 a.m, Tuesday
9.00 a.m. Saturday
Bermuda oe +-| 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Brazil .. ee «+/11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Br. Guiana es ++| 9.00 am. | Wednesday
9.00 a.m, Saturday
Br, Honduras «+ {| 9.00 a.m. Saturday
*Canada as ..| 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday
via Bermuda 2
Canada te ..{ 9.00 am. | Saturday
via Trinidad
Canal Zone .. ++|11.45 am. | Wednesday
9.00 a.m, | Saturday
Colombia Rep. -» | 11.45 a.m. Monday
11.45a.m. | Thursday
Curacao ices +. | 11.45 a.m, Tuesday
9.00 a.m, Saturday
Cuba... es ++} 11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
China .. as ++} 1145a.m. | Tuesday
9.00 a.m. | Saturday
Dominica i“ .. | 2.00 p.m, Wednesday
‘Dutch Guiana «| 11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. | phursday
Dom. Republic-— .. | 11-45a.m. | yonday
| 11.45 a.m. | Thursday
Europe ee =| 11.45 a.m. Tuesday
9.00 a.m. Saturday
Fr, Guiana ae ee} 11.45 a.m, Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Gt. Britain Tt w= | 11.45 a.m. Tuesday
4 9.00 a.m, | Saturday





Kegistered Mail is closed an hour before ordinary mail.
* Canada via Bermuda efiective 9th May.

General Post Office,
Barbados,



Are you thinking of Building
Houses, Roads and Yards ?

IF so

Contact: “B. A, & P, 8. BROOKS”

CONTRACTORS

We draw your Plans
endeavour to give
the best

and you

For further particulars Phone 8335
or 8162,

21.451—Tn



NOTICE

Saturday,

SODOSOOE FOE VFO CEP >

THE PARADISE BEACH
CLUB LID.

In accordance with Rule
34 the Club will be closed

to members from 8 p m. on

a ae

+
|

K |
$ |

4



TO MEMBERS

SUS



> }
% |
Pm i
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-

the 28th April.



CUT THIS OUT







DESTINATION | TIME DAY
Grenada ine «+| 2.00 p.m, | Wednesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Guadeloupe... ++ {11.45 a.m, |Wednesday
Baitt:!, .» * «+}42.45 am, |Monday
11.45 a.m, | Thursday
Hong Kong .. ++111.45 a.m. !Monday
11.45 a.m. | Thursday
\India.. “ ++] 11.45 a.m. | Tuesday
| 9.00 a.m, |Saturday
| Jamaica + «+{1145 a.m. | Tuesday
| j 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Japan .. ee ++/11.45 a.m. |Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Martinique oe ++| 11.45 a.m, |Wednesday
Mexico ee ++|11.45 a.m. |Monday
11.45 am, | Thursday
{ Montserrat aa --| 11.45 a.m. | Wednesday
(via Antigua) 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
New Zealand .. «| 11.45 am. |Monday
| (all air) 11.45 a.m. |Thursday
New Zealand .. ..|11.45 am. |Wednesday
(to Panama only) | 9.00 a.m. Saturday
i ..|2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Puerto Rico . DB6 aon desurdee
i Ne ., | 11.45 a.m. |Wednesday
St. Lucia 9:00 a.m, |Saturday
| i 11.45 a.m. | wednesday
t. Kitts és ‘
. 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
St. Thomas, V1. ++] 11.45 a.m. |Monday
| (via Trinidad) 11.45 a.m. | Thursday
\

{St. Vincent .. «+ |11.45 a.m. | Thursday
=e 9.00 a.m. | Saturday
| Tortola Fe ++ 111.45 a.m. |Wednesday

(via Antigua ..| 2.00 p.m. {Thursday
Trinidad +e ».|11.45 a.m. {Monday to
; Thursday
| 8.30 a.m, | Friday

9.00 a.m, Saturday
USA. .. ve ++; 2,00 p.m. Wednesday
2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Venezuela “e ++} 11.45 a.m Tuesday
2.00 p.m. Friday



27th April, 1951.



ODETTE,

FOR SALE

CRUSHED
STONE & FINES
IDEAL FOR CONCRETE,
AND MAKING ROADS

AND PATHS.
Apply . 5
J, N. HARRIMAN
& CO., LTD.,
Seawell.
Phone 8444, Extension 8
26.4.51.—7n.

LOOP OSE LIDPOLLELILLSS LLL EA LLO LS Ode
OCLC LECCE ECO OTTE

ee eee neat
CAR—1933 Buick 8 cyls, in sound
mechanical condition and good tyres.
Suitable especially for hire. Dial 4616.

26.4.51--6n

— a

.WAGGON; One 1942 Y-8 Ford Station
wee in perfect condition. Apply 3508
or .

thereof so distributed, to amy person of
whose debt or claim I shall then have
had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 27th day of April, 1951.

ALBERTHA HARDING,





22.4.51-—t.f.n. Qualified Administratrix of the Estate
of Gladys Albertine Harding
FURNITURE deceased
28.4.51—4n



ee

At Ralph Beard’s Furnish Show-
seoms, Hardwood Alley, Mowis type
Cane and Rush Easy Chairs in Pine and
Birch $36.00 per pair. Also Rush Bottom
Upright Chairs $3.75 with Arms $4.50 and
Rockers $5,00 each not forgetting a
numerous variety of new and second
hand furniture, Open daily, 8 a.m, to

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

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



* pm. including Breakfast, closed mid-
25.4.51—n,

Gay Saturday,





FURNITURE e § re
Furniture and Fittings of a Dry Goods a INS invited
Store in Swan Street. Stock valued Sg aban nt es te or ee

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

The salary of the post is in the
ale of $1,920 per annum rising
by annual increments of $96 to
$2400 per annum. The pest is
pensionable. A cost of “living
allowance at the rate of $190.20
per annum, or at such other rate
as may be prescribed from time
to time, is payable. A transport

‘bout $15,000, Store could be leased for
years. Those interested write T
Co Advocate Ltd, 28.4.51—20



_ PURNITURB—Dining Table 4 Chairs, | sc
Sideboard and Glass, Fronted China
Cabinet all in Oak, $98.00 complete aiso
Persian Pugs and Convas Cot. Tel. 8250,

28.4.51—I1n

LIVESTOCK

; tes Sepereseistain Cow to calve
a ree weeks. Gave 36 pints vit yanc . re 7
third. calf. C, Branch, oiae erhas allowance at the rate of #480 =

Road, Jackmans, St. Michael. annum, to which a temporary in-
27.4.51—an. terease of 334% has been added,
is also paid.







MECHANICAL Applicants should have a work-

Nn oe | ing knowledge of the planning,
neve Sean nT Daeraie, new-) estimating, setting out and©eon-
lighting, deluxe Saddle, ete. ‘Senife, struction of buildings, _ bridges,
La Garoupe, Cave Hill. Dial 4346 roads and waterworks and their

28.4.51—1n. | maintenance,

aa on Previous experience in a Pub-
MISCELLANEOUS lic Works Department or with a

reputable firm of contractors and

—————————
BRIC i i i
RICKS—For building or garden walks experience in the field organisa-

$3.00 per 100, also Fire Bricks,

A ;
The Old Ice Co., Prince Wm Hens ae tion of works and labour will be
25.4.51-5n.] taken into account,

CONNECTIO?D (Pump), cvrele, short
and long 30 doz, to clear 13c,, Me. each

Applications must be addressed
to the Administrator, Government







Whitfields' Hardware Dept. Office, St. Vincent, B.W.L, and
28.4,51—2n.}| should reach not later than 15th
nnn ——— | May, 1951.
REPAIR OUTFITS P . i
8 doz. to clear 14c., ae each, "Wnit-| , Each appli¢apt should state
Pelds Hardware Dept. 26.4'51—2n, | how soon it would be possible for
nnn nee | Him, if selected, to take up
STOVES—Valor single, 2, 3 and 4 appointment
kerosene oil burner, Secure yours be- Gove 2 t Office
fore advance in price. Courtesy Garage. Verne an ce
Dial 4391 26, 4,51-—6n St. Vincent, B.W.1.
- ieapisheeenteoancinatnhcncliuistiaas ines 3ist March, 1951.
SOAP: Genuine Australian Tablet 5.4.51—8n
Soap, Delightful'y Scented. Cun be —

KEATINGS



used for all purposes
for only 36c, Buy today
Lucas Street, Dial 4910

6 large tablets,
Stanway Store,

28.4, 51—2n

SPLIT PEAS—Can be bought at Jas,
A. Tudor & Co., Roebuck Street, $14.00
per 98 Ib. bag. Dial 2628,





286.4,.51-—7n



TANK—One (1) Steel Tank, capacity







400 gallons in perfect condition, App!y
Manager, Dukes, St, Thoma Phone
4150, 28.4,51—4n

WATCH: Gold centre—second pocket
Watch at attractive price. Wm D, Rich-
ards & Son, Me Gregor Street

aithedh teat Contains

“You can't be floored in the matter
of coverings for your floors if you D.D.T,
visit HARRISON'S FURNITURE DEPT, Large, medium and small size Tins
where you will find a large selection
of Linoleum and Congoleum, Carpets,| Ree
Rugs and Straw Mats", 26.4.51—3n Broocegesseveeneeesrory

+
PETITION Wanted For Cash
JOHANNESBURG. Used & Unused POSTAGE

An 86-year-old coloured man STAMPS of the British West
Was petitioning for a_ divorce Indies. Good Prices Paid at the
from his present wife, aged 65. |%$ CARIBBEAN STAMP | SOCIETY
He told the judge his mother had No. 10; wah Geres
reached the age of 117, and he

had every hope of doing likewise.
He therefore wanted a young wife
ta look after him in his old age.

MAIL NOTICES

Mails for Grenada, Trinidad, British
Guiana and French Guiana by the 8.S
Gascogne will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:—

Parcel and Registered Malls at 2 p.m.,







SHOES!

and Ordinary Mail ot 3 p.m, on the

2nd May, 1951

Mails for St, Lucia, St, John, N.B.,

Helifax, Charlottetown, Quebec and

Montreal by the M.V. Canadian Chal- !
lenger will be closed at the General e

Post Office as under:—
Parcel and Registered Vg'is at 3 p.m..






and Ordinary Mail at 4 p.m, on the ' * ‘
30th April, 1951. GENTS! We invite you
RATES OF EXCHANGE to see our grand variety
CANADA
April 27, 1951 of Shoes at real Low
62% pr. Cheques on san :
Bankers % pr. 5 *
vee “i Demand Drafts . 8874 pr. Prices ‘
i Sight rafts /10% pr. i at
62% pr. Cable sabi te Two Tone in Black &
5/10% C nm pr. *
ert nai, 57 8/10% pr White
base . Silver 4 ae’

Two Tone in Brown &
White

LEARN NOW!

By one who knows, beginning
May 1051

Plain Black & Brown
Suede Shoes, Mocasin,
Loafers etc.

Spanish taught. Oral and written.
Typewriting & Shorthand (speed
writing).

Also a big Variety in

BOYS’ shoes:

Shop Today at

THAN bros.

Pr. Wm Henry &
Swan Sts.

Day classes at Black Rock, near
St. Stephens, 10—4, Evening class-
es at Mr. Rudder's School, Consti-
tution Road, 7—9.

| hate JIM 4 sae hho oi
“special “attention to Elementary
Teachers and Sales people.

Terms reasonable

GLADSTONE BOWEN,
“Rockridge”, Black Rock.







NOTICE

The manufacturers of Ice desire to notify their
customers and the genera] public, that owing to the
increased cost of production and the necessity for pay-
ment of increased wages, the following prices on Ice
will apply from Tuesday, lst May, 1951—

1. Sales ex Factory or Depot $1.00 per 100 lbs,

2. Delivered within a radius limited to the four
mile stone on Highway 1, Warren’s Corner on
Highway 2, Waterford Corner on Highway 3,
Gun Hill Road Corner on Highway 4, Boarded
Hall on Highway 5, Wildey Junction on High-
way 6, and Oistins Town on Highway 7, $1.00
per 100 lbs.

Delivered beyond the aforementioned limits
$1.25 per 100 lbs.

|
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PAGE SEVEN













MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA,







NEW 22000" PPO O
ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED M.V. CACIQUE Del CARIBE
(M.A.N.Z. LINE) will accept Cargo and Passengers

M.S. “TONGARIRD” sailed Brisbane for St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Gren-
March 24th, Arriving at Barbados May ada and Aruba. Sailing Saturday
Ist 28th inst

S.S. “ARABIA” is scheduled to sail in
from Hobart, 12th May, Adelaide 26th M.V. CARIBBEF wih -accept
May, Melbourne 6th June, Brisbane | Cargo and Passengers for 7:
16th June, Sydney 23rd June, arriving ica, Antigua, Montserrat, ~~
at Trinidad during latter half of July, and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 4th
and proceeding thereafter to Barbados May. :

and Liverpool,

In addition to general cargo this
vessel has ample space for chilled and
hard frozen cargo.

Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading for transhipment at Trinidad to
British Guiana, Leeward and Windward
Islands.

For further particulars apply —
FURNESS WITHY & CO, Ltd., TRINI-
DAD, B.W.1. and
DA COSTA & CO. LTD., BRIDGE-
TOWN, BARBADOS, B.W.1.



B.W.1. SCHOONER -OWN-
ERS ASSOC., INO.

Tele, 4047. sed

Advertise... It Pays

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM











Due

Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “HERDSMAN - London 12th April 2nd May
S.S. “DEFENDER” Sa enon 22nd April 7th May
S.S. “PLANTER” London 3rd May 16th May
S.S. ese » London 10th May 28th May
3.8. “DA ” Glasgow &
7 Pretocct 25th April 8th May
en okie cleaned

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

Vessel For Closes in Barbados
S.S. “STATESMAN” ve London — April
S.S. “SPECIALIST” is Liverpool an oa
S.S. “STUDENT” London ay







For further information apply to - -
DACOSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents

en Adon

NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S. MYKEN” sails 6th April arrives Barbados 19th April.
A Steamer sails 27th April — arrives Barbados 9th May.

eee

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
S.8. “ALCOA ROAMER” sails 4th April-— arrives Barbados 20th April.
8.8, “ALCOA PATRIOT” sails 18th April arrives Barbados 4th May.

CANADIAN SERVICE



SOUTHBOUND

Name of Ship Arrives B'dos.

Sails Montreal Sails Halifax





"AL ASUS" April 27th April 30th May 9th
AYEOA PIONEER™ ‘ May lith May 14th May Mth
‘FOLKE BERNADOTTE" May 25th May 28th June Tth



Soe ePOPKE BERNADOTTE" — due April 20th. Sails for St. John and. Montreal,

$C
*These vessels have limited passenger accommodation,
—_—————$——

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



PASSAGES TO EUROPE

i for
Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica,
calling to Europe fortnightly, The usual ports of call ov
Dublin, London, or Rotterdam, Single fare £70; usua
reduction for children,

Cooper Split Roller Bearings

“Split” Feature enables dismantling and
re-assembling to be effected with ease,
speed and economy.

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

Pier Head Lane.
















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mh 1

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH jf) q Christian ome )
Reading Room
STACK-A-BYE. CHAIRS ( Pigeon or

The All Steel Arm Chairs q stoura eres street) A
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HARDWARE VISITORS ARE WELCOME i"
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POLICE NOTICE
WANTED

For escaping from custody at Central Police Station
on the night of 19th instant.







DUDLEY BUTCHER

Alias: “Francis”

Address: Nurse Land, Tweedside Road, St.
Michael.

Age: 40 years.

Colour: Black.

Height: 5 ft. 4 ins.

Build; Medium.
Face: Long features, rough and frowning.
Jaws: Sunken

Cheek bones: High—small sear on left.
Mouth: Corners white.

Teeth: Some of upper front missing.

Hair: Receding from front of head leavir
patch,

1g &bald

Anyone giving any information leading to this
man’s arrest will be suitably rewarded. meen

T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.

R.

Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown.

25th April, 1951. 27.4.51—3n.





Steamship Co.
Gane.

nexecees _.chaataeeaitat! 2





HIPPING NOTICES °

oe

LfeS eeee ses





PAGE EIGHT



One New Comer On W.L. Team

S. GUILLEN

GETS CAP:

D. ATKINSON WINS PLACE

SIMPSON GUILLEN,
only new-comer to get an

Trinidad wicket-keeper, is the
international cap in the West

Indies Cricket team announced this morning.



GUILLEN
International Cap.

—wins
'



Germany's Charices
Of Competing
In Olympics Weal:

BERLIN, April 27

The failure of Eastern and West
Germany to wnite, and contro!
amateur sports has weakened
Germany’s chances of competing
in next year’s Olympic games.

Germany’s request ior inclusion
in the games is to be considered
by the International Olympic
Committee which meets in Vienna
next week.

West Germany, with an estab
lished Olympic Committee behina
it, had hoped for recognition, but
matters have been complicated by
the recent formation of an East
German Olympic Committee.

Under Olympic rules, 9 country
can have only one representative
group or individual, and Germany
has so far been regarded in the
sport sense as one country,

The East German Com*mittec
announced that it would seek
agreement with the West German
body on the composition of an
All-German Committee, Bui ‘West
Germans do not want to negotiate

with East. They feel that on
numerical, administrative and
even ethical grounds, they have

the sole right to speak for the
whole country. They point to a
population of 46,000,000, against
the east zones 18,000,000.
Disappointment

Sports writers in West Berlin
are disappointed about the lack
of unity on this point.

The “setting up of an East Ger-
man Olympic Committee means
the dismemberment of German
sport” one wrote. “It is a sad
blow to all our hopes of sincere
co-operation between east and
west.”

West Germany is apprehensive
about the outcome of the Inter-
national Committee deliberations.”
The best we can hope for is tha!
20 countries will abstain, 14 wil
vote for us, and nine against

“Nine are countries which were
overrun by the German army in
the last war.’—Reuter.

Courts XI.
Play Liberty

A COURTS’ XI captained by
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery will engage
Liberty C.C., in a cricket match at
Liberty grounds today, April 28,
and Saturday, May &§.

The following will represent the
Courts: J. W. B, Chenery (Capt.).
G. H. Adams, I. V. Gilkes, D. A.
Roach, R. W. Kellman, F. ©
Phillips,.D, T, Daniel, E, EH. Thorpe
H. Durant, W. Sealy and S. Mille:

GETS NEW BUILDING

ROME, April 27.
Foreign Minister Count Carlo
Sforza to-day officially handed
over to the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organisation a



huge nine-storey concrete build-
ing onee dedicated to Mussolini.
—Reuter.



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\lso in this team to tour Aus-
i later this year are four
who were members of
I, team which tovred
India in 194°, tut failed to
eet places on the 1950 team
to England. These are Denis
Atkinson of Barbados Wil-
fred Ferguson, Trinidad spin
bowler Ken Rickards, Jamaica
batsman, and John Trim, the
British Guiana fast bowler
Four member of the
to England who lost
places to those mentioned above,
ire C. B. Williams, K. Trestrail,
1 Pierre.
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Russia Will Take
Part In Olympics

STOCKHOLM, April 26.

Russia intends to take part in
ihe Olympic Games next year,
Konstantin Andreianov, Vice-
President of the Moscow Sports
Committee told a correspondent
of a Swedish evening
today.

“We intend to send teams te
the winter games in Oslo and
the summer games in Helsinki,”
Andreianov added.

It has not yet been decided
which events we will take part in,
We have as yet insufficient inter-
national connections to take pare
in all Olympic events, but we
hope to complete our arrange-
ments during summer.”

Asked if Russia
least take part in
skiings, skating,
ming and free athletic,
Andreianov replied: “It is ton
early to say yet, but it is quite
possible .

The Soviet Union
ago cabled the International
Olympic Committee Secretariat
in Lausanne requesting member-
ship.

Affiliation to the International
Olympic Committee is essential
before a nation can be invited to
compete in games,—Reuter.

would = at
ice hockey
boxing, swim-

two days



What’s on Today

Lower Courts—10.00 a.m.

Yachting—2.30 p.m.

Police Band—G.F.S.. Coun-
try Road, Annual Fete—
3.30 pom,

Netbali —. Queen's College
vs. Ursuline Convent’ at
Queen's College — 4.00

p.m.

Basketball — M.H.S. vs.
H.C. at Modern High
School; Pirates vs. Police
at Distriet “A”—5.00 p.m.

Table Tennis —Everton vs,
Foundation — 6.00 p.m.:
Malvern vs. Aquatic —
7.00 p.m; ¥.M.P.C. vs.
Barna—7.30 p.m.

CINEMAS
Empire: “The Modlark” 4.45 &
8.30 pom
Roxy: ‘Under Current” & “Night
Must Fall” 4.30 & 8.15 p.m,
Aquatic: “Holiday Affair” 5 p.m.
Olympic: “The Spoilers” &
, Seven Sinners’ 4.80 & 8.15 p.m,
Noyal: “Retentless” & “Last For
Gold” 4.30 & 8.30 Pm,
Plaza; “Beauty and the Bandit’
& “The Living Ghost” 9.30 a.m,
“Not Wanted” 4.45 & 8.30 Pom,





The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.45 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.10 P.m,

Moon (Last Quarter):
April 28

Lighting: 6.30 p.m,

Migh Water: 9.22 a.m.,
11.14 p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington):

.08 in,

Total for month to yester-
day: 5.23 ins.

Temperature (Max): 82.5° F

Temperature (Min): 72.5° F

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,
G p.m.) E.S.E.

Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.997,
( p.m.) 29.911





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Rascal Heads “B’’ Class:
R ogu e 6 eg 9 -

Seriecanal asics

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

,

TRIM

-

By Our Yachting Correspondent |

GEORGE STOUTE’S Rascal,
so far heading the “B” Class of the R.B.Y.C. races.

figure is only up to the end
Seventh will be sailed today.

Raseal went into the lead after
winning the Fifth and Sixth Re-
gattas. She has a lead of 1.66
over Gipsy second in the line up

Third in this class is Moyra
Blair which began the season very
successful. She was first in
the first three regattas but in the
fourth she was beaten by Stanley
Cheeseman’s Ranger, scoring her
first victory in the “B” since pro-
motion, Moyra Blair’s average so
far is 63.16.

In the “C” and Centreboard
Class Gerald Nicholls’ Rogue is
leading with an average ot 73.58
with Seamp second 73.02. Peter
Ince’s Gannet is placed third with
69.84.

At Top

Sydney Nurse’s Clytie is at the
top of the Intermediate Class with
an average of 66.04. Coronetta
with 60.38 is second and Reen
with 58.49 third.

The “D” Class is headed by
Olive Blossem which has a good
lead over the others. Sinbad and
Buccaneer are tied for the second
position with an average of 66.67
each and third is Van Thorndyke
with 60.00,

Avereges

Averages up to,the end of the
Sixth Regatta are as follows;—

“B” Class; Rascal 65.17, Gipsy
64.91, Moyra Blair 63.16, Wer
Cloud 62.08, Ranger 61.02, Fan-

tasy 49.12, Wizard 28.57, Mis-
chief 40.35, Flirt 57.89, Okapi
50.88.

“©” Class: Missbehave 35.56,

Seamp 73.02, Rogue 73.58, Peggy
Nan 33.33, Folly 61.90, Ganmet
69.84, Magwin 61.90, Comet 32.08,
Edril 23.81, Cyetone 60.38 ant
Vamoose 60.00.

Intermediate Class: Gnat 49.06,
Invader 50.94, Coronetta 60.35,
Eagle 57.78, Mohawk 54.7!
Dauntless 54.72, Reen 58.49, Dawn
43.40 and Clytie 66.04,

“D” Class:—Buccaneer 66.67,
Imp 55.00, Seabird 25.00, Sinbad
66.67, Peter Pan 10.71, Olive

Blossum 75.00, Van Thorndyke
60.00 and Raimbew 57.14.

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Lamotta Cannot
Fight Robinson

NEW YORK, Aprii 27.
Jake Lamotta, former world
middle-weight champion said to.
day he was giving up his contract
rights for a return title bout with
the present holder, Ray Robinson,
because of weight problems.

Robinson beat Lamotta on a 13
rounds technical knockout on
February 14 of this year, A return
bout was to have been held in
June, Lamotta said he could no
longer make the middleweight
without weakening himself but
would like to fight Robinson again
at 165 pounds, He intended to
campaign for a erack at Joey
Maxim, light heavyweight cham-
pion,

“I am willing to meet any light
heavyweight contender to earn the
right to fight Maxim” he told Jim
Norris, President of the Interna-
tional Boxing Club. The IBC had
planned to stage the Lamotta-
Robinson return.—Reuter,





Fast Red Horse

4 LONDON, April 26.

Soviet horse breeders in Ka-
zaskhstan, South Russia, have
developed a new breed of horses
— the Capleee Kustanaisk which
they claim are better than Arab
breeds, said a Tass Official Soviet
news agency message from Alma
Ata,

It added that one stallion coy-
ered about two miles in 3 min.
29 secs, and another pulled a load
of 11 tons along a main road.

~-Reuter.



B.0.A.C. Double
Up Bahamas

Sir Miles Thomas, Chairman of
B.O.A.C., before leaving London
by air for a three weeks’ tour of
South America and the Carib-
bean said:

“In the West
and Caribbean areas
already a welcome sign oj
increasing activity. Our services
from New York to the Bahamas
are showing very good results
We have more than doubled oi)
business in six months,

Indies
there ji



athletes than our police are
and there is a wider field for
| selection, Denny told the

Advocate yesterday.
Barbados Police

dad May last year.
second in the quarter mile and

Trinidad's
| Bridgeman

Barbados,

Prince and

| here to the
| Police meet. Tull won the half
mile, Prince the quarter mile and
“We have a lot of old scores to

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Policemen
Leave

Three policemen Harold
Arther, Eric Denny and Albert
Blenman, lejve Barbados this
evening to take part in the Trini-
dad Police Athletic meet.

The Trinidad police are keener

The same three represented the
team in Trini-
Denny ran

Archer third in
yards.

the hundred

A few weeks later, fresh from
their victory over

Tull,

came

Bridgeman the 100 and 200 yards
sprints.

wipe off,” Denny said. Archer
has already been able to finish



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In ald of the Christ Church Baby
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MADAME IFILL Presents
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Refreshments
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conducted by Capt. Raison
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ADMISSION — 6D,



BIG. MAY

AMERICAN | ) AY MEETING

held under the auspices of

THE BARBADOS LABOUR
PARTY

and

BARBADOS WORKERS’
UNION

at

QUEEN’S
PARK
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,

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r.vr.i i in ic BAKU Mi"-Aluol Ml -. \ ii KIIW \ri;n mm&Sk.KMmt I lilM.S OF BEAU TV %  *rtnf*d bf th Adroral* Co.. Ltd., Broad ItBilricelowu Saturday April M, IT". I ~ixE>llLOY>IE.YT THE coYuideration of the details of the scheme under which' il is proposed to send (our thousand men to the United States under contracts lasting between 10 and 12 weeks has brought to light an anomaly which should be removed in the tl possible time. The registration of unemployed in tins island carried out by a department ofOoVernmcnt does not even pirtenci to be accurate. The Labour Commissioner in his Report for 1948 makes the following significant comment "The numbers registered at this Agency are, however, not on index of unemployment in this island. Men register when there is or is about to be recruitment for work abroad." It is clear that it is impossible to decide tin.'Xtent of unemployment it the numbers registered do not give a true picture. The Labour Commissioner at a recent Press Conference pointed out that many people who wenemployed registered at the Agency in the hope of gaining selection if and when there was a scheme of emigration. The law provided penalties for ihose who infringed Iht rsgulat&ona but it was thought best not to invoke the law in this matter. If the unemployment figures showed that conditions were extremely bad then there might be some justification for expending the sum of $440.0nO to send 4.000 men for three months* employment. I It would seem that politics played an g unduly strong part in influencing the members of the House to vote for the resolution. The Legislative Council wisely refrained from interfering with the resolution, in the first place because it was a money vote and %  •econdly because it would have provided the House with grounds for telling the electorate that it was the Council who prevented Barbados from getting an emigration quota when the House had asked for it, and might further have disrupted the relationship between the two hodjss, The matter has not yet been concluded and it is a matter for the Governor who as the Head of the Administration is ultimately responsible for good government of the island. It is clear that the $192,000 which will be sunk if the scheme is undertaken will be an unnecessary burden to the taxpayers and might well have been spent on some local project. If the Governor is satisfied that the expenditure of this large sum cannot bring to the island a commensurate benefit, it is his duty to refuse sanction. There is another and equally itrOflg reason why public funds spent on emigration should be carefully scrutinised. The Labour Commissioner in the same Report for 1949 further points out that "most of the workmen who leave the colony for work abroad remit money to their families here, but there are some who leave the island in order to shuk their family responsibilities." This is a serious statement and would hardly have been made by I responsible officer without considering all the implications. It is unbusinesslike to expend public funds to send people tO America when there is no benefit to the island but il is infinitely worse if that money is expended and contributes to the shirking of responsibilities by men who have families. It is clear now from the circumstances recently brought to light that the project has been undertaken without reliable facts and figures. If these were accurate there would be no guess work in dealing with public expenditure for the relief of unemployment which ought to be undertaken for the whole island and not dealt with in a haphazard and unbusinesslike manner for the benefit of only a favoured section of the island's men. What the "unemployed" who remain In the island will want to know and the politicians will have to tell them in election year, as how much dole they are going to receive for staying here as unemployed. Otherwise they will want to ask why the lucky subsidised cannot pay the whole costs of their passages instead of making the lot of those who remain worse than it would otherwise be. 6y A Correspondent "UK excellent photographs which appeared in "Th* Sunday AtMCM of April Abba*, Drai Cunard Bart.. Or-* at,,„, i tj inn i,. maul unroofing these hwioii. homes ii twin* greatly ear* i ttoam tomorrow ., for posterity. 'that pontons Ion like Edward Cunard haw boatM Barbados Is nut ftlAeaanUj i by many W'l. i %  MdllVf KUI And what of .mil hoi is not < developed uttful h ouaaa r t.t.t.-t bulldln %  •NOBODY'S DIARY* OIK III AIM Its SAY Shopkvppi'm' Plight To Tit* Editor. The Advocat, — Silt.—Tintoopfcaepai Inland would he grateful W VOU 'or allowing this letter t„ be published in your paper as a meam of drawing to the public thru plights, l That tinea the rsgul working hours they arc forced to employ additional %  Head ants and increasa their WMB 2. That the opera tine are continually rising: such as rent. Taxes and Light etc 3 That owing to the decline In spending powr of consumers alter the Crop Season, an additional burden u> thrust upon them by way of prolonged uii secured credit which eventually results into bad del 4. That the marginal profit of IS per rent Instituted by the defence order 1942. was never adjusted to meet the continued rising expenses, in short the nun llowed i" 1942 to 5 per cent, in 1950 dreat Bntai An Act of Legji powar to such ; .-en.mission ot committee to conin (be owners ' houses and building* scheduled Mho arc desirous I of building: to the ground. Then, it wbuki and, to consider too late to asm th. major pail f assisting i>> iid'i heritage—fur mere is 'h< r preaerv^tioB The bah %  imle el*,, of equal eg) im A Historic, i I is led to assist stones and monumental ecu "f the schedule lure, which ncglhieiu %  ullowed, in UMI f The Garrison archil.-'; lural point appreciation I ||#j within a circumference 01 of view. fo. thenare a number I of the etl ii j mile from the Savannah, of cliurche houses. Uca of this is worth preserving intact both shops in Bean Street A Speights land, otherwise there would be f ro m historical u nd architectural town worth preserving, which n 0 necessity for press campaigns viewpoints from the proatituli<-i may be torn down at a moment'] against filthy streets, litter on our „f private owners into whose notice. Th. British Council, b beaches and Jerry-building. Inhands part of It have fallen, and the work of Its architect, woul' deed, so far there has been no from the Office of Works There not only. i-e furthering British m in vour columns of two are also a number of other buildculture, but preserving for future %  i that have been recently .„* to some of which Mr A W %  "£**£; " !" (££* '" havedestroyed Ackworth referred in his essay transported British culture meM "I two atttaOtiva published In 1949. entitled TTeaPower ghnuld alto be ; examples of 'Garrison archiure in the Caribbean. Much of the the Commi Ion or Committee to One. the monstrous Georgian architecture mentioned deal with advertisements and signporte-cochere added to Shot Hall WJlg erected at a Liter date owing which distVi.ic scheduled builo —the Royal Yacht Club — which i 0 ihe time lag, but this in no waj %  A walk along Swan Strcc Is more in keeping with a modern affects the charm or value of these !" "*>*< *' SSHS^M "II^ ,V New York skycraper This portebuildings. X"S r f^ ^vS t "< U "f, W n^'nut in The tong awaited Town Co, 1*5?** for the aixe of the building, but in 'pi.„ m A Acl spears to be Ind-ed. a completely unsuitable style for try F,ann ,, t *" eieV Sn-btle Commtf.ee -ould be entrusted th. a building which formerly had an more remote than e \er uououe^ v. ,Bhwnt S? £ !" i a of Wn trnsn.ea.uri In Oartson Savannah "The" neglec. The popularity of what for wanl hl Bl „ lh( rc cl>uW have been £' -fe^Y J^n^a *£? of a batter label m.ghl ludcn su Illb |e clauses for proJKSJAJ* "gS tg %  i -. ao.-p,., Ir( lma buiW .ngs „f histonc and mu t b, „,,! about the Srnnh tad ifSB at limes attractive whe.i arc hiiectural value in this Island. Th( savannah Committ.. i used for modern domestic archl|„ j, loo m uch to ask that a Mempermitted the Barbados Turf Club leottire It is. beweyer, icvoiun:; hcr ut tnc n oul e of Assembly be llkc a rapidly advancing cancer. when attached to buildings of the p Un n c spirited enough to move („ cover a considerable pan o* "Garrison style." or a b m w hich would have as its the Savannnh with ugly, wooden The other eaisUnple, Ii th llhlly and. rn trembles at this momrnt t..u.l,.-.l %  a.-li buildtnju. when comI, know what II happenina to i.. -.arc! t,, bbrtorle bulldmiti In the exterior now that the dclmntiiii Eajtarn Mediterranean. India and porch ha* been removed, and the • llistorle buildings jnd face ot the building covered with IboH i.f %  renlvKtural IntaraM m ..carfoidiim. larbudoa are lon ovcr-due lor What is needed ,, bodyon tile %  .rnteelimi from icrrv-buil.leis anil lines of the Preservation of Turt Club nndaU. At this moment there is Ancient Monuments Commission tu The time Wh^n Mn Sin. The Heart Of A Million IM Stirred By BEVERLEY BAXTER Tree. O Christina* Trei' You may not \>c nware of It but lhe Ails Council lus something very special up Its sleeve. On June 1 there is to be n do not bloom i oceri unlike any other In the would become the anthem '. tlval Programme." revolution Tinevent is to he called "Singing BUUshman.'' Thu Ix>rd Bcaverbiook's sixth d "lhe Frenchman reall v B01 going it was teVrlfyinii. lows lit'blaz-WHKN I i "'Ok sings. The sfurdu German chanfS If* il sounds like an afllrmnti'O M pnlot, the Shorti-r Catechism, a rallying In Moseou-i routfs Its hymns of the Umpire nnf Commons. In 1o hook It for St. Punrras Town fairness 1 do not think they inHall rather than in the Festival tended to do filial!. What happened was this. When It is well known that a nation's" Winston Churchill came In Sir an more Important then Waldron Smithcrs, who Is an its laws. On that fateful dy in organist of no mean rcpul. Oh the .fines boys.' They i. ,iJi a milt On lhe side of a Mil. And Chcj. worked all iiiohl And Uu'v worked nil day. lUit i'i. couldn'i make Thai yo.h darned sou-milt pat*' After that Lord Birkenhcad remember.d an important np1911 when Yugoslavia overthrew broke into that depressing Engpointment and left its faint-hearted lenders and \ lt ^ folk so ng known a : "tor defied Germany. 1 called at the He's a Jolly Good Fellow." Inspired by lhe 'Mi.rse.llii.se' legation in London to pay my This set a dilemma for the rest to the Minister and hi-* „f U s. To Ignore Sir Waldron's THERE is, of course, nothing exuberance would have seemed a to coual "La Marseillaise" In the They told me then that the *hht to OUT l ead er so In BrWah power to Mir the pulses and songs fashion we compromised and lolflame th. peasants so loved thei e.\ti>lllng love 1 country that the? boa down to a conqueror. They Mill %  Inf them in YuflO. L.M.I. end the sound i, earned ,. sIi0ll ,_, m on the wind even to the secrei betttf Vuvi lu TulU I the Kremlin. THE worst of all etb ire.ne a rabble-H'iiMiig anthen ,He,| Flag'' 11 n;,i sii.i" described it musically n I being only tit for a funeral marc (..r a fri.;.sseed eel, This was rather hard on Hi I nice old German who wrote i but now arai ha to know that h pride of lowc.1 Waldron would never ""t. about on octave poMtic ie spiri %  f she. It Li a genius create* if fierce exaltation m m Even to our British ears it neve THEN as the answer came ,„.,, lQ ril|IM> „,,. moll0l|v xhat The Red Flag' There Is no h , „., bout it. the Socialists i r ... %  ToneA' nov ,.,. j, t ar d it played least, they did in 1045. beautifully than that yea. Now u Solo 'The Jones Boys the Irench Praalojstii and hw THE most distinguished rcnwife wciv received bv lK*th dertng of 'The Red Flag" 1 have Houses -f Parliament In th ever heard was during the Gengreat gill y As our guests and ral Strike when Mi 1 i %  %  i rag* slowly walked George and the late Lord Birup the aisle hidden orchestra kennead came to i-ord Denvergavo such la aan l n g to the famous brook's flat at the top of the anthem l;.i It was at onc Christmas carol Tannenbauin" Sander Express building. poignant aid beautiful. with it* gentle words. "O ChristThet was. of course, just before — 1.1, s Monday—A new sermon of St. Augustine recently discovered contains thoughts about Lazarus and Abraham so different from the average preacher's. "When we are told in the Gospel that the poor man died and was taken up by angels into Abraham's bosom, what do all beggars say. all Infirm and destitute people? They say; "It is we whom the Gospel means." Perhaps a poor man in want, hardly able to support himself, or perhaps actually a beggar, catches sight of some rich man standing in God's house, in clothes suiting his estate. The poor man hears that lesson and says: "The Gospel is speaking of me here; when I die I shall be taken up by angels into Abraham's bosom." And he hears the same passage say of the rich man, And being dead he began to spffer torment in hell. The poor man hears this and says to himself: "The former sentence is about me this one is about thot rich man over there." Make no mistake poor man; and you rich man do not be alarmed. It does not mean you. poor man, if you are a drunkard. Nor you rich man, if you do your duty. God rewards"dutifulness, not poverty . Therefore poor man, do your duty if you wish to reach your goal. Do you wish for proof that the Lord chose dutifulness and did not condemn wealth? The poor man was taken up. Where was he taken? To Ahrahum's bosom. Read in youi Bible what Abraham was; you will find that he was a rich man. The rich man went on before to prepare entertainment and it home for the poor man. See wha'. the psalm says: The rich man and the poor man together. Tuesday—To consult on encyclopedia is the beginning of wisdombut there are limits even to an encyclopedia's store of knowledge. How can I find out what is "Jippi Jappa" or even "Henequen". And find out I should because I read this week that girls between the ages of 14 and 20 are engaged in cutting and processing of Jippi Jappa and henequen in the Toledo district. Toledo is alright, that's somewhere in British Honduras, but suppose the Government suddenly decides to send 4.0001 women to cut jippi jappa or henequen, ll should have been losing a lot of valuable practice. Can anybody help? Wednesday—An observant visitor to the official residence of the Colonial Secretary will notice a loggia built on to the somewhat ugly building. It was built by a former Colonial Secretaiy Stewart Perowne and his wife Freya Stark, as initials prove. Most people will remember Stewart Perowne as the man who discovered the name of the sculptor responsible for the statue of Nelson in Trafalgar Square. Stewart Perowne i now in Benghazi and from what I hear is having almost as much fun in research there, A keen horseman and polo player Stewart has gone one better in Benghazi. He is trying to reintroduce the ancient spor: of chariot racing—with four horses to a chariot. Surely one of the sprightlier Forsytes was known as four-in-one? Was it Swithin? I think so. Thursday—What's in a name? If it's Cherry Tree Hill, what indeed? Nutritionists and welfare workers are always telling us that the cherry (Barbados variety) is full of vitamins. With this relase of knowledge comes the simultaneous complaint that there are so few cherries about. Why aren't there more cherry trees? Can someone tell us how Cherry Tree Hill got its name? Was it because someone planted a lot of cherry trees there. Where are they to-day? Could we not have cherry trees planted all over the island? I don't see why not. Friday—The market was vividly described by a cook who went shopping last Saturday and like Mother Hubbard's dog got none. "It was so quiet, mistress. It was just like de House of Assembly. Dere was nothing going on. Jes small groups of people talking to one another." Saturday—The most beautiful thing it Queen's Park Lady Gilbert Carter's fpun tain needs attention. No water comes ou of it and the very lovely design is sadly in need of a wash and brush up. AUTOGRAPH SCRAPS & SNAP ALBUMS at Advocate Stationery HtllllCOOt. PORC'KLAIN BASINS LAVATORY SUITES high-up and lne pennv ,.| |he FMstlvaj Hill hi bein spent i the Ovcracos Service of the B Jt C.. uianKenients Dave been nid* tor fullest coverage, v. i t h specially devised nrogrammes for overseas in addition to relay* from the Hume. Light and Tlurd f rugramme, and the pick of tho l M C \ independent vai .'; %  Jl II C microphones and commenlaUir* will visit every part of the British Isles to capture the natnm-widV BMsWdjI "I brat ions. There *ill be talks by Gerald Bam. i a of the weekly detCrtpf m Holt, who has been I | on 1 %  various features and n programmes doling with B> HA/t L \1 \\ the pravlncia] festivals, such a* those .i! Hath and Aldeburgh The II B.C., have found an ebserver for Festival occasions f<>r practically every country in Europe — including Russia. 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Off Red
Attack

TOKYO, April 27.
HINESE COMMUNIST
FORCES were to-night
Within artillery range of
Seoul, South Korean capital.
British and Amercian artil-
lery were fighting rearguard
actions down the road from
Uijongbu, last important
town ahout 12 miles north of
Seoul, which has
changed hands four times.
Long lines of United
troops tramped through drizzling
rain towalds new
north of the Han Riv



Further west, American troops}
fought back bitterly against Com-|

munists

n hitting hard at heir}
positions.
United Nations troops broke}

contact cleanly at other points on}

the western front. The emphasis

of the Chinese attack se@med de.!
finitely to. have switched to this!
area, after the initial breakihrough|

in the central area in a week

Frontline officers claimed to-day |
that the Chinese advance had}
slowed up to germit regrouping |
and strengthening of supply lines.

A Communist attack on the
Allied defence perimeter west oi
Kapyong about 35 miles northeast
of Seoyl was driven off during the
early hours of this morning. Other
United Nations units in the cen-
tral plateau region around Chui-
chon moved into new defensive
positions.

Communist casualties . in
fighting yesterday were 3,425,
Eighth Army announced

Lieutenant General James A.
Van Fleet said to-day he was con
fident that the Communist spring
offensive would be halted north
of the Han River which runs
through Seoul. But he added that
his troops had not yet-ended their
withdrawal. —Reuter.

the}
the







Will Arrest 14,000

WASHINGTON, April
The United States Justice
partment is prepared
14,000 security suspects
event of a national emergency
according to evidence given t
the House of Representatives Ap-
propriations Committee and pub-
lished today.

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at,

De-
to arrest
in the!



é e °
Saving Time
NEW YORK, April 28
About 65,000,000 Americans will
lose one hour after midnight to
night when nearly half of the
United States will go on daylight
saving time. Nineteen states with

a combined population of about
80,000,000 people will ignore the
ehange. —Reuter.

TITO IS NORMAI.
BRUSSELS, April 27
Marshal Josip Tito’s condition
after his operation for removal of
gallstones was “quite normal” a
bulletin said tonight. “He is feel-
ing excellent” it added. Earlier
this week it was announced that
the Marshal was already up and



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FIRST IN CLASS



CLYTIE is so far leading the table in the Intermediate Class.

Ground Nut Scheme

(Story back page.)

Unhappy Experiment
Says Lord Reith

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, April 26.

The annual report of Colonial Development Corporation
issued today—-the first sinee Lord Reith took over the Chair-
manship—gleams with freshness after a new broom has

swept clean. Its story is in

—Reuter Persian Govt.

Resigns
TEHERAN, April 27.
Persian Brime Minister Hus-
sain Ala handed his government's
resignation to the Shah tonight.
Hussain Ala, former Minister in
Washington, took over the gov—
ernment last month after the
assassination of General Ali
Razmara.
Hussain
special
called






Ala was due to face a
session of Parliament
for tomorrow morning
which was expected to_ consider
the resolution by the Parlia
mentary Oil Committee last night
calling for the immediate
nationalisation of £200,000,000
sterling Anglo-Iranian Oil Com—
pany.

Sir Francis Shepherd, British |



Ambassador in Teheran, earlier
about amet, LT eee? | tod y warned Persia that hasty
PRINCE JAILED jaction by Parliament might have
: x i very serious results.”
BUDAPEST, April 27 :

Prince Nandor Montenuovo | He had a talk with Hussain
aged 66, a member of the ancient | Ata this evening after the Prime
Hungaro-Italian Committee has|Minister had talked with the
been sentenced to life irnprison-|Shah for severai hours on the oil
ment here for hiding firearms situation

—Reuter —Reuter,



Churchill

Three On The Spot!

Winston Churchill gave noti
putting three Labour minist
a voting dilemma and perh
down



Abolish State Dept.
Republicans Ask

WASHINGTON, April 27.
Senator Francis Case (Repub-
lican, South Dakota) .has intro-
duced a Bill under which the
United States State Departr.sat
would be abolished and replaced
by a “Department for :Foreign
Affairs” split into five divisions
headed by ‘‘persons who will
command confidence.”

—Reuter,

Warits To Resign



TOKYO, April 27
Major General Charles A. Wil-
loughby, 63. Assistant Chief of
Staff under General Douglas Mac-





Arthur, said today he had ap
for retirement after 49 rs s¢
vice in the United Sfates regul
army.—Reuter

Will Put

LONDON, April 27.
ee today of a motion aimed at
ers who resigned this week in
aps bringing the Government

The motion which will launch
a debate on raw materials
Tuesday reads: “This House
learns with anxiety ‘that the Re-
armament Programme which it
tapproved in February was based
ron estimates of the Defence
production which were not accept-
ed the ministers principally

on



bY
concerned.”

The motion is not téchnically
one of “no confidence”, but Prime
Minister Attlee would find it diffi-
cult to continue in office if it was
carried with the aid of three of nis
former colleagues

Addressing a Conservative
today, Churchill said
atives would submit the
vernment to the “full rigor of a
* next week,

Churchill





strongly attacked the

ur Government today. He said
th the ministers had disclosed
andalo ant of foresight in



als upon which



nds --Reuter



Rearmament |

short sentences.

The terse language of the
Chairman himself is reflected on
almost every page. It is in strik-
ing contrast to last year’s report
where whole paragraphs of offi-
cialese meant almost nothing.

“This has been an unhappy
experiment.”
ing to the
£57,000
C.DiC,
ture of last year. Malaya’s cur-
rent problems are dramatised in
one line “The manager has
been attacked by bandits several
times.”

Again encouragement in four
words: “This scheme loo ks
good’—in reference to Bechu-

analand’s cattle ranching project.
No White Wash

Prophets who said this report
would reveal criticism of past
doings of the Corporation were
right. Obviously no direct con-
demnation of Lord Trefgarne’s
stewardship is offered, but if there
is recognition of difficulties of
such an unusual organisation as
C.D.C., there is also no attempt
to whitewash its mistakes.

A forthright statement on the
very first page reads: “To inves.
tigate the plan, launch and man-
age so many schemes of so many
kinds might have strained any
organisation,....actual or sus-
pected fractures will be indicated







So runs the open-

tale in which a

loss has to be met by
in the East African ven-



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French Govt.
Defeated

PARIS, April 27.

French Premier Henri Queuflle
today failed to get the 311 votes
of absolute
to pass the second reading of the

SATURDAY, APRIL 28,
RIN 5

RED ADVANCE SLO
AS ALLIES FIGHT BACK

UN Drive

GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR called

for a realistic
in Korea and criticised “undue and exaggerative
political pressures from abroad’’ in a speech here

MacArthur Calls
For Policy To Save
American Lives

last night.

The former United Nations Commander-in-Chief
told a crowd of 50,000 at Soldier Field Stadium
that American losses in Korea were “progressively
mounting by thousands each month’’.

majority

Electoral Reform Bill.

of

The National Assembly voted
only 309 in favour according to
semi-official
emergency Cabinet meeting, Que-_
uille offered his resignation to
President Auriol, but Aurtol did
not accept. It is believed that the
Electoral Reform Bill will be re-J
submitted to the Assembly on
Monday or Tuesday in the hope
obtaining the necessary 311

figures,

vote in its favour,

BUTLER ‘NAMED’

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 27,
Pandemonium broke loose in the
Leeeeere ae
de! on the Bill to make.
provision to ee
pensions to Government employees
Speaker Savary, under the Stand-
ing Orders “named” Tubal Butler
and suspended him for eight days.
He is the first member suspended
since the new constitution, Butler
was named because he disregarded
ihe authority of the Speaker and
‘persistently committed a breach
of the Standing Orders, using in-
offensive and unparlia-

Ct

sulting,
mentary



namber.



After

1951 . :



AGO, April 27.

policy to save American lives

—_

















“It is this steady increase that
arouses in mothers and fathers of
America’s sons such understand-
able anguish and uncertainty”. He
continued: “nor is it difficult for
those nations with but token
forees in ratio to our own, calmly
to advocate no deviation from this
course,”

“It is in this situation of com-
plete unrealism, that while meti-
eulously implementing directives
given me have I strongly urged
the need for a positive policy.

_ The General said he would coi-
tinue to fight against “that great
est scourge of mankind, Commun
ism, as long as God gives me
power to fight”

“T shall work with you in the

later this year.



required
















an

discharge of our common respon- NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD _ I
sibilities.” nald Brewster of Halls Road,
MacArthur, Michael, was killed on the

Bei who was given a| yesterday when the lorry G-!







WILHELM HORTY, 39-year-old German, on
set up a new world speed record of
held by Ernest Honne of Germany who rode a B.M.W. in 1937

The team announced by the West Indies Cricket Board
of Control yesterday is as follows :

Worker Killed
By Lorry

{ey



umultuous wel-|of Dash Valley passed over hii

dcome in the city,| while he was working in a cance

said the entry of field at Francia Plantation, St

—Reuter. China into “the ;|George about 3.30 pm. The lor!
“Korea war had\|!5 owned and was being driver

resulted in aby Fitz Douglas of Dash Valle)

expressions

Back To Work |

MADRID, April 27.
to work
today at the last few factories!

Strikers

went back

affected by the four-da
living stoppages in San
northern Spain.

to

Meat For Britain

LONDON, April 27.
Edwards,
retary
arrived home by air to-night after
suecessfully conducting a Trade



Mr. Winston Churchill has post
poned
States saying “It is difficult for me
the engagement now”
He was to have made a speech
in Philadelphia on May 8;
—Reuter.

fulfil

his










siheretofore un
known to war",

A. Wright, 41,





political
which would
provide a solu

tion for the new when

low he was









A roar of applause greeted his| Wright was manager
call for a “realistic policy design-
ed to effect the early restoration
of peace through victory with the
consequent saving of countless
Amerjean lives.”





in the

—Reuter.

Back Pilot
Land Project



A B 86 bomber—the
biggest war
Fighter collided
Oklahoma today,

The plane carried a

near



that 13

cost of PORT-OF-SPAIN, April, 27. the scene.Reuter.
bustian,; The West Indian Conference
Renter proposal that the Caribbean Com-

LONDON, Apr

visit to the



John
to

the British

Pact with Argentina.

He said substantial quantities of
the 230,000 tons of meat Argen-
tina had agreed to send Britain in
the coming year
ing as fast as ships could carry



Economic Sec-

improvement pilot project in St
Lucia and St. Vincent received
strong backing from the Research
Committee on agriculture, fish,

|mprow should establish a land

Four workers were

2,000

“policy vacuum Brewster was a lorry hand



: , and I
policy Collier, 54, whose wife was wait
ing for him in the estate bunga
killed



Terrorists Kill Two

The tragedy is
hat since the SINGAPORE, Apri! 27
during the advent of ol Two Scotemen, both esta
special with Bed Sent managers, were kiliwa by. terror
nt gratuities and fe definition me ists this morning They were

The

—Reuter

13 Airmen Killed

OKLAHOMA, April 27
world's
lane and a Mustang

Gen, MacARTHUR . 4) two men were making rounds in
there” bs ang ee created the South Johore estate of whic!

Carney

norma



crew of 15 and latest reports said
bodies were counted

at

Explosion Kills 4

ROUEN, April 27

killed and
four others seriously injured after

in

rocked

On : ; bottles of gas blew
il, 37, and forestry which met recently in! the hese Nene” 2 Porting
7 Trinidad. Four viole ‘ d
United ‘ini . : J our violent detonators
This Committee of the Carib-|the town and smashed every win-

bean Research Council considered
the recommendations of the West
Indian, Conference falling within
its sphere of interest and awarded

tory causing 30,000,000
damage —Reuter,





Of Formosa







dow within six miles of the fac-

francs



priority ratings to many re- Ss P
commendations emanating from even
the Curacao Conference. erish
—Reuter, _ GIBRALTAR, April 27
Seven people were killed in
6 a today's ammunition ship explo
Treasury, No Surrender sion here, a naval spokesman said

he added Several people who
WASHINGTON, April 27. were gravely injured in the explo. |}
would be arriv- Senator Robert Taft of Ohio, | 5/0 Were expected to dic
fight wing Republican leader, —Reuter,

Se

|

tonight. About 300 tons of ammu-|
nition including depth charges in
the naval ship Bedenham blew up,!



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WORLD SPEED RECORD 5





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N.S8.U. motor-cycle on which” he
previous record of 175.5 m.p.h. was
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BARBADOS GETS SIX —
PLACES

WELVE MEMBERS of the West Indies Cricket Team
which toured England last summer are among the sev-
enteen players chosen for the West Indies Tour of Australia

ON W.l. TEAM

Deputies Reach

Agreemetil
PARIS, April 27

J. D. Goddard (Capt.), i Britain, France and the United
D. Atkinson, R. Chris- States oday made two “import-
ant concessions” in an effort to
tiani, W, Fergusson, break the deadlock at the Confer-
G. E. Gomez, S. Guil- ence of Foreign Ministers deputies.
len. P. Jones, R. E. | aoute four re met for ae
+ 39th session today to try ane
Marshall, A. F. Rae, ew on an agenda for the meet.
8. Ramadhin, K. Rick- fing of their chiefs
ards, J. B, Stollmeyer, | \ western spokesman. said af-
1, Trim, A. Valentine, | lerwards that three western

C. L. Woleun i ®. | tevution had aevent tc Mea aati
Weekes, F. M, Worrell. dealing with the 2 Balkans and

The Manager will be C, A. Merry |'Trieste. These concessions meant
ind the Selection and Tour Com-'that the two items would now

mittees will be the Captain, thy! read

Manager and G, FE, Gomey { 1. “Treaties of peace with
The present information is that Italy, Rumania, Bulgaria and

the team will sail on the Akaroo [ESOwALy; agreements of four

whieh leaves London on 23rd! powers concerning Germany and
Nugust, sailing from Trinidad on) Austria”

ith September and arriving ip 2. “The Peace Trerty with

New Zealand on 28th September,| Italy in the part concerning

The team should arrive at Sydney | 'Trieste’.—Reuter,

on--or Bout Sth October. -‘The)





pboveé dates are subject to change]
through the shipping situation

NEW DIRECTOR

, ’ (From Our Own Corresponee ’
kK or Germany GRENADA, April 27,
* Mr, M. A. G. Hanschell, former

FRANKFURT, April 2% Agricultural Superintendent of St

The United States Fourth Divi-| Vincent, arrives here tomorrow
ion is due to start arriving in|to take up the recently created
Germany late next month tojpost of Director of Agriculture
strengthen the slowly but stead
ily growing Allied forces in West
ern Europe. [It will be the first MINISTER APPOINTED

American division sent to Europe

ince the end of the war,—Reuter OSLO, April 27

Reidar Solum bas been appoir
ed the new Norwegian Minister in
Buen Aires.—Reuter,



WANTED SECRETS

PRAGUE, April 2°





The Czechoslovak Foreign Min
Bir alleged ens that ies THE “ADVOCATE”
WN. Oatis, the Associate: "regs “
‘epresentative now under arrest pays for NEWS
had “entrusted former employee: »
af the Prague office agency with DIAL 3113






the task of securing and verifying
ertain secret reports”
—Reuter |

Day or Night



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in this report.” it. urged Congress today to take a a |
e r +Keuter, | firm stand against the “surrender” |
aioe Sr hats chats aoe noeved of Formosa or the recognition ef Barracks Explode 8 cc vc | & &
defective “owing to inadequate . @ . Communist China nana a he - Ev: Bic WV.
local fennWiatan their Grenier, U.S. Short Ot Meat Touching off another sharp Sen- TEHERAN, April 27 T H & A L u st E e
There has not always been, Rent | Pi ate debate over the Far Eastern} Army barracks and ammuni | mh
says “the requisite calibre and ex. NEW YORK, April 27. | policies, Senator Taft told his co]-] tion stores blew up today at
perience of the managerial staff.” The ae States ee leagues that he thought they could Saree in Southwestern Persia,
There is a straight admission that He A ae worse than Aan: time| De “wholly justified in tne sus- a, ties northeast of Bushire
where in the past the Corporation | PoStHon is wors y picion that Acheson, the Secretary re first reports described the
on P. since the end of the war. Whole-| of State, may try to end this war |€*Plosion as “#rave” but gave no 0.
a age 3. salers blame most of the short- by. the appeasement of Chinese details —Reuter yh *
in ages on price controls which they | ane
Say have disrupted normal meat Somenianeaes 0 ae ell ill
PETAIN READS PAPERS | distribution. —Reuter. 1 THREE iAiLLED
ILE DYEU, April 27 a FOR BARBADOS TALKS Medd tind eer 27
I s : ‘ i] . * (Frorg Our Own Correspondent) nree men wete killed when
aanindamme fun vo, nent 2°! Charlie Chaplin GRENADA, Kprit'21,_| dynamite "exploded ma avy | no
Marshal Phillippe Petain, told Moh, J.B. Nenwick was selected | Supet in Villa Masia, Province of
reporters tonight: “I am optimis- WASHINGTON, April 27. |fo represent the colony at nexty Cordoba, last night.—Reuter
tic and even astonished at his| The House of Representatives | Mmonth’s Regional Economic Con mines Ga. |
improvement”, she said: “he is|un-American Activities Commit-|ference at Barbados together wilh 11 DIE IN CRASH | ‘on
well rested. He spent the early; tee is investigating actor Charlie}Hon, G. H. Adams, Colonial LISBON, April 27. , pe
part of the afternoon glancing|Chaplin, representative Gerola Treasurer and Alister McLeod-; An American Superfortress|
through the daily papers and}H. Velde (Republican, Mllinois)|Smith, Financial and Economic crashed in the Azores today, kill :
later took a bow! of cafe au lait! said in a radio interview here. Adviser to the Windwards us]ing 11 and seriously injuring five A stock of models always on display
and several biscuits,—Reuter, —Reuter. Advisers. of the crew.—Reuter. |
Sao ; f : Se as jg. ee ealee a an tag AY ai. See ee ote ~ and ready for you to take away.
iry Will Ask “Where Are The G oa
airy 1 S raves
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(Prom Our Own Correspondent) to seek Governor Arundell’s re-1pend in a time of disturbance but, Legislators. If the Bill passed
GRENADA, April 27. call, but if that were attempted; the others are “your damned/and he is arrested for {ition,
The Mental and Manual Work- | the blame would be on the em-| enemies.” on leaving jail he would first ask
ers Union invaded the capital in| ployers because they “were goin#| With regard to Marryshow, he' “where are the grave thos | i “7 s
thousands today, the date fixed to make the next move.” isaid that he was unable to com-| Legislators? | ;
by agreement for employers to | ment not knowing where he stood SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
hand out back pay. They staged a Gairy went to overhaul the | Playing lezislators supporting the Hon. R C.F Moore and
‘demonstration in celebration of | present unofficials of the Legisla-|Sedit).. Bill, Gairy said that if | Juliana Aird also addressed the| 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
jtheir victory and were addressed |ture naming R. C. P. Moore \the /4ill is passed, or any Bill meeting 3efore the close a nun : .
| by Mr. E. M. Gairy iR. O. Williams, F. B. Paterson, | agairst the interest of the people, | ber of men collected a number of
Gairy said he understood that/J. F. Fleming as the people’s| work. would cease immediately. purses and deposited them or e|
ployers were orgar friends on whom they could de- Tae fight was not against the table in front of their leader 1 Ses




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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Carub Calling

ON. PAT FERREIRA, mem-
ber of the B.G. Legislature
arrived from B.G._ yesterday

afternoomby B.W.1.A. on a short
visit....also arriving on the same
plare was Mr. Peter Murray.

Ladv Pilot

HH”: MRS. EVELYN BERTIN,
4 left for B.G. yesterday by
B.W.I.A She hopes tr return
to Barbados on Tuesday or
Wednesday. Mrs Bertin who
must have been to every country
in the world was a pilot in the last
war, flying DC-3’s between China
and Burma doing Red Cross work.
She learnt to fly in 1924, but has

not been flying for over four
years
Mrs. Bertin is. the daughter of

the late Lord Mowbray
Comings and Goings

R A KENRIC ’. MURRAY,
4 Director of Rediffusion
Services (W.I.) Ltd., who was in
Barbados on a short visit, returned
to Trinidad yesterday afternoon
by B.W.IL.A.

Arriving by the same plane he



left on ; Mr. Wilfred Alston.
Miss Mary Tucker who is
with the British American Tobacco
Co., is on four months’ leave.
Yesterday evening she left by



B.W.1.A. for a holiday in Trini-
dack

Husband Coming

On: Wednesday
MES. CECIL JORDAN, ac

companied by two children
and her mother, Mrs. Ida Gon-
salves, arrived from B.G. yester-

day afternoon by B.W.I.A. Mr.
Jordan is due to come over on
Wednesday . Mr, Tom Burke

was at Seawell yesterday to meet
his wife who came in on the B.G.
plane to spend one week’s holiday
in Barbados. Mr. Burke, Ameri-
ean Vice-—Consul in Georgetown is
also on vacation.

Visiting Their Daughter
M* AND MRS, CG, H, BURTON

of Strathclyde “have gone to «PAR BUDS”

B.G. on a visit to their daughter.
Mr. Burton will be returning May
2nd, Mrs. Burton will be remain-
ing on for a longer holiday......
leaving by the same plane were
Mr. and Mrs. Ingham Goring who
are returning to B.G. permanently,
Mr. Reggie Lopes, B. G, Commis
sion Agent and Miss Caroline
Newsam.

Bahamas Interest

A’ the Bahamas Government
Bureau in’ London last week
there. was a steadily increasing
volume of enguiries from people
anxious to emigrate, Normally
at this time of year the Bureau
reckons to take a “slight breath-

which
Church Baby

AMONG 60 guests who celebrated



the 62nd birthday of Charlie Chap-

lin at the Savoy were David Farrar, his seven-year-old daughter,

Barbara, who cut the cake, and Rosamund Johns.

self was 7,000 miles away in the

party had met him personally, Host was a film executive

Two Big Moments

WO BIG moments in Denis

Atkinson’s life happened this
week, First was his engagement
to Miss Betty Goddard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Goddard
of Graeme Hall Terrace and
second was his selection as a mem
ber of the West Indies team to
tour Australia this year

“Ster Buds”’

is the title o.
Tfill’s next show
aid of the Christ

Welfare League
Clinic. “Star Buds” are a group
of children doing song and dance
numbers, Date fixed for the show
is May 4th, Place is the Drill Hall,
Garrison........ more about this
later,

Madame
is in

Padmore’s Return

ALCOLM NU

Padmore), W
thor and journalist, plans to re-
turn to the West Inaies to organi:
a political party there, Arrange-
ments are being made for a fare-
well party to him, A presentation
of a purse will be made “in appre-

SE (George
t Indian au-







er” before the first of the visitors ciation of his work on behalf of
from the Bahamas start arriving coloured peoples throughout the
to spend the summer in England. world”.

Sut this ybar there has been no
such respite, Apart from answer-
ing the queéries of Britons and
others anxious to spend a holiday
in Nassau, the Bureau has been
kept fully active dealing with
would-be emigrants. | am told
that therechave been recently as
many as 20 callers a day, although
the number who finally decide to
settle in the Bahamas is, of course,
considerably less.









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Night Club Success
TRYUDLEY HESLOP of Jamaica,

in England on contract to
verform at Ciro’s Night Club, is
roving an energetic and versatile
rtiste, Apart from his Ciro’s act,
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and performs, as well as com.
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ADVENTURES OF

But Chaplin him-
And no one at the
L.E.8.

“(MacArthur for Barbados”’
SMALL group of people saw
a preview of “the Story of
Gen, Douglas MacArthur” yester-
day morning at the Plaza Bridge-
town, Three copies of this
timely featurette were flown
from Hollywood to the West In-
dies and will be shown simul.
taneously in Barbados, Trinidad
and British Guiana,
It opens here May 4th at the
Plaza Beidvetown,

B.G. Arrivais

ISS ELAINE KINKEAD,

Dorothy Gray Beauty Con-
sultant, flew in yesterday from
B.G. by B.W.I-A. and will be
in Barbados for one week. She
is a guest at the Windsor Hotel... .
Mr. Anthony R. Gomes who is the
Accountant of the B.G. Town
Council in Georgetown was a
passenger by the same plane. The
first part of his holiday he is
spending at Bathsheba, staying
with the Shepherds.

Time Out

To siaEt the Cable and
4 Wireless Sports Club are taking
time out from their many sport—
ing activities. They are having a
dance at the Paradise Beach Club
to-night, which if as successful
as the one they had last year, wil!
make a pleasant evenings enter-

United States.

tainment.,..4,The. Ist Barbades
Sea Scouts following in thei‘
sister’s (The Sea Rangers) foot-

steps have put their boat in order.
Problem now is to pay off the bills,
Their variety concert at Queen’s
College to-night, will help raise
the necessary funds, Nell Hall and
Doreen Gaskin are helping them
with singing numbers and Shirley
Clarke will play a piano solo.





By BEACHCOMBER

gling crowds waiting to look of Inquiry. He said “The whole
through the holes in the crown thing is a waste of public money.
of a brimless bowler hat.” What would our grandfathers

have said if told that a man

No Statement

could not sleep in a hat without

. _ CYCLIST SPOKESMAN of the Dorset stirring up a_ nation-wide con-—
we < Coast Erosion Committee troversy? Are there’ not other
Heme fom Syria, Commodore refused yesterday to make any and more important matters to
Towler, etr., ete., etc, statement about the Commission think ds- It Hysteria? e eye
“4%7E cannot but deplore,” Junior Short Story Competition
sayg a leading article in the,



—“the hysterical sensationalism |
which haé"reduced the attempt to |
sleep int brimless bowler hat to
the dimensions of a silly ‘stunt.’}
No serv is done to experi-
mental sefence by the ridiculous
publicit¥. given to the vents. or
holes inStye crown of Mr. Fumb- |





ling’s ret, Nor can one feel
assured That the crowds who
come tolgape are not attracted

more byethese vents than by he



experimB@nd itseif. Every bowler, :
whe “4 “brimmed or brim-i
less, has these vents, They are|

mn integral part of the hat’s de-!

sign, aft: they combine the;
functional -with the ornamental
in a remarkable degree. The
tourists Whom we hope to wel-
come thie summer will not be
edified by the spectacle of gig-

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Mother And Daughter
Report on Keeping House

first part at a two-day adven--
ture in cross-Channel house-
keeping. You are invited t
call on a French woman living
in Paris, and on her married
daughter living in Britain,
THE two women — sharing a

native flair for shopping ‘and,

cooking—tell how they facé
their problems.
THE first report, from Paris, is

presented—

By BRUCE BLUNT
ONSIEUR LARDEUR makes
stained-glass windows in
Paris. His wife ought to figure in
one of them. She cooks like an
angel. She also works like no-
body’s business.

Every day she does all the
marketing. Things do not come
to thé door in Paris. Even milk
and bread have to be fetched.

You cannot escape the contrasts
between Madame Lardeur, of
France, and Mrs. Smith of Eng-

land.
If deliveries were made,
Madame lLardeur would not

change her ways. She would still
do her own shopping.

“I like the market best.”
told me, “because I can see an
compare,”

There is the whole art of shop-

ping.

CONTRAST 1. Mrs. Smith shops
by telephone and_tradesman’s
van, You can hardly blame her
for that, because there is so
little to see and compare.

Beef Is Dear
WENT shopping with Madame

r

a



Blunt amid meat-a-plenty.

(fresh ones naturally )or bacon
and eggs or a macaroni dish, fol-
lowed by cheese and fruit.
A necessity at meals is wine.
Madame Lardeur buys ten litres

cf this at a time (16s.) and it
lasts about ten days.
Another necessity is butter.

Every Saturday she buys a kilo
(two and one-fifth lb.) of this for
15s. or 6s. 9d. per Ib.

CONTRAST 4.. Mrs. Smith pays
only 2s. per tb, for hers, and
can buy only %4 lb. per week.
Madame Lardeur’s is best Brit-
tany and tastes like butter, Mrs.
smith’s tastes of nothing at all.

Eggs Cheap
DMIRERS of our “level of
well-being” point to the ter-
riffie prices of food in well-fed
France. I have pointed out some
myself, I will now point out some
more,

Madame Lardeur can buy all
the eggs she wants for 2s. 6d. a
dozen. They are of first-grade
size and are certain to be fresh
CONTRAST 5. Mrs. Smith is now

. Lardeur. She has shops and paying 4s. a dozen for her sub-
endless street-market stalls to sidised eggs. Her supply is
choose from. Prices may be high limited. The size of the eggs

or low but they are always keen.
Madame Lardeur paid 5s. 6d.

per lb. for a piece of beef for

roasting.

CONTRAST 2. Mrs. Smith can-
not pay more than 2s. 2d. per
lb, for beef, but she can buy
only 8d. per head per week.
That 5s .6d. seems dear. But

what is the real value of meat?

Every scrap of the beef which
Madame Lardeur buys is good to

eat, 4

Some of the meat which is
supplied to Mrs. Smith could not
be made edible by any human
skill.

What price the cost-of-livin,
index in terms of old cow—beef*

Madame Lardeur would rather *

pay the price for meat and use
her ingenuity to make the house-
keeping money go round.

“We only have meat

A
once af
day,” said Madame Lardeur.

CONTRAST 3. But

fails me.

The daily fare of that French
family of four—husband, daugh-
ter Marie Rose, 23, son Gerard,

commen

20, goes something like this: —
BREAKFAST: — Toast, butter,
honey or jam, coffee,
DINNER (at 12.30): Hors

d'oeuvre, meat (fish of course, on
Fridays), salad, cheese, fruit.

SUPPER (8.0): Vegetable soup



* Music Diploma ~*

may ve beyond question, but

their freshness is not.

Rabbits, sheep’s kidneys and
pigs’ trotters, I noticed with de-
light, are now cheaper than in
London.

Vegetables. are very cheap—
carrots, onions, turnips about 2d.
a lb., chicory and endive 5d.

If Madame Lardeur buys boil-
ing beef for a pot-—au-feu the
butcher gives her some marrow
bones to go with it. Gives them
away if you please! Everybody
knows how the odd marrow bones
give a touch of richness to pot
au-feu.

CONTRAST 6. Mrs. Smith is very



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Blunt amid wine-a-plenty.
lucky if she can buy a bone of
any sort at-all.

Sausages
LUNGHED with the Lardeurs.

We began with bréad, butter
and an assortment of sliced sau-
sages—the kind eaten cold of
course.

Madame Lardeur told mé after-
wards that this hors d’ceuvre for
the five of us probably cost about
2s. 6d. Extravagant’ eating?
CONTRAST 7. Mrs. Smith might

have to start with plates of

tinned soup. These would work
out at nearly 6d, a heads What
is the comparison both for
goodness and enjoyment be-



tween tinned soup and sausages |

of pure delicious pork?

Then we had veal fillets coated
with egg and breadcrumbs and
fried in butter. With them went
some rice.

The rice was just shdken with
chopped onion in a little butter.
When it began to turn golden the
water was added and it was sim-
mered for 13-15 minutes.
CONTRAST 8. Plain water for

Mrs. Smjth.

Chicory salad followed,
with vinegar, olive oil
touch of garlic.

Then came a choice of cheeses
and dessert.

... Variety
PART ‘from the obvious meat
in two courses,

made
and a

the meal differ most from Mrs. j

Smith's?

First, from a sense of liberty in
its preparation. Second, from a
sense of variety at its beginning,
and at its end.

Madame Lardeur has a married
daughter who lives in England.
I wonder how she gets on with
her housekeeping over here?

I am going to find out and let
sou know.

—L.E.S.

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shooting across the ice. Let's climb
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Rupert and the

APRIL 28,

5-Year Ambition

LONDON, April
English horticulturist . Norman
Rodenhurst and his family have
realised a five-year ambition.

1951



They have just eaten a 82
pound pineapple grown in the
packyard greenhouse at their

home at Welford-on—Avon

- Warwickshire.

Five years ago Rodenhurst found
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rubbish dump. He rescued it and
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grew into a healthy plant and pro-
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apple.

Now Rodenhurst has planted
the top of this pineapple ina
flower pot. In another five years
he hopes to be eating anovicr
home grown pineapple. ae





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Larceny Case fobituary
MR. C. V. HOUSE

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Britain Has.
Less Women

By JOHN CAMSELL
LONDON, April.

The Annual Abstract of Statis-
ties revealed that Britain's popu-
lation is ageing, and the surplus
of women is slowly dwindling.

Since 1871, the report said, the
population has increased by 85
per cent, but the number over 65
rose by 300 per cent. The over
65's totalled 5,351,000 in 1949.

In 1932 Britain's surplus of
women was 1,865,000. By 1948 it
had dropped to 1,481,000, and in
1949 it was 1,463,000. The num-
ber of males in 1949 totalled
24,450,000,

The report showed that in the
same year Britain’s total popula-
tion topped the 50,000,000 mark
for the second time. The Abstract
also revealed:

Beer-Drinking Down

Beer-drinking was down 2,000,-
000 bulk barrels on 1948's 29,000,—
000 (in 1938 it was 25,000,000. )
Charges of drunkenness were 10
per cent up, but only 60 per cent
of pre-war and 17 per cent of
1913.

Eating—a record number of
231,000,000 meals were served by
catering places — three times as
many as in any pre-war year.

Movie Theatres—In April, 1950,
there were 4,583 with a total of
4,221,200 seats.

Work—Women employees rose
from 7,089,000 in 1948 to 7,270,000.
The distributive trades claimed
the highest total of workers
(2,829,000), followed by miscel-
laneous services (2,114,000), en-
gineering, ship-building and
electrical goods (1,834,000) and
tragsportation and communication
(1,811,000).

,Education—92 per cent of Brit-
ain’s children up te 14, attend
state grant-aided schools. In the
three years to 1949, men teachers
increased by 30,000. Nearly nine
out of ten pupils had milk provid-
ed at school and more than five
in ten received school dinners.

Divorce—Petitions filed in 1939
(34,443) were the fewest since
1945 but three times more than
in 1938. Desertion was the most
frequent ground. —I.N.S.

Royal Cake

LONDON, April,

King George demonstrated
another of those little human
touches which endears him to the
people of Britain when he visited
Lancashire,

The King, Queen Elizabeth and
Princess Margaret were taking
tea with the tenants of Wards
House Farm, Salwick, near Pres-
ton, when a _ 10-year-old girl
carried a plate of home-made
cakes into the room,

The girl,. Janet Penswick, had
made the cakes herself. She
curtsied and offered them around,
but everyone was* eating biscuits

Janet, disappointed, paused te
turn back to the kitchen.

But King George sensed some-
how how she felt.

‘I will have one,” he called.





Janet passed the plate and
looked grateful for a te at

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REDS WILL NOT GET
MALAYA RUBBER
WASHINGTON, April 27.

Communist China and Russia
will get no more rubber from
Singapore, James Currie, commer-
cial counsellor to the British
Embassy in Washington said here.

Currie told reporters yesterday
that export licences for rubber
which were approved on April 9,
would preclude any possibility of
Communist countries getting
Malaya rubber.

The effect would be to create
a modified embargo. Complete
embargo would mean an eco-
nomic war, he added.—Reuter.

Elephants, lions, tigers and
leopards measuring only one inch
by three inches and less than

1/10,000 of an inch thick will be
shown by chemist Edward Gurr,
of Edward Gurr Ltd., 42 Upper
Richmond Road, East Sheen,
London, S.W. 14.

The animals have been sliced
longitudinally with a precision
eutter from unborn embryos in
which all the morphological
characteristics of the adult animal
are present in miniature.

Purpose of the exhibit is to
illustrate the use of special
biological stains afd reagents

developed by Gurr for medical
research. It is claimed that the
stains make it possible for
scientists to detect cancer, tuber-
culosis, diphtheria and_ tropical
diseases at an @arly stage of
development.

Stain Detects Cancer
The main features of the
animals to be shown at the
chemical seetion of the B.I.F.
have been highlighted with these
stains in vivid colours to make

microscopic examinatien easy.
Gurr is now exporting _ stains,

reagents and other products to
nearly every country in the
world. Many products were

invented by Gurr solely to meet
a special request from lone

pioneers in the medical field but
when the research worker's
objectives were realized a

greater dernand was created.

Gurr developed a_ stain for a
French physician which enabled
him to detect early stages of
eancer in women. There is now
a big demand for this stain.

A British university professor
wanted an easily portable outfit
for testing water for drinking
purposes, so Gurr invented a
“pocket laboratory” which is now
said to be an invaluable aid for
explorers, overseas survey teams
and army medical officers with
troops on foreign service.

Will Tackle Any Job

Gurr is Williag to tackle any
job. His achievements include
the production of a dye that
makes invisible light rays visible,
the invention of a microscopic
stain to tell the age of trees, and
the production of a_ skeleton-
softener which allows bones to be
cut into thin slices for examina-
tion.

Other unusual tasks tackled by
him were: Inventing a ghost dye
(for catching a _ thief) which
becomes visible on reaction with
sweat glands of the hands, devis-
ing new formulas which had the
almost miraculous result of
hastening by 3 months the
reaction of disease-detecting re-
agents, and concocting a new
slide mounting medium which
sets specimens to an almost im-

possible hardness in a_ few
minutes without heat. _
The chemicals section at

Olympia, London, occupies 24,340
square feet of stand space and
presents the latest products of 61
manufacturers.

—I.N.S.





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Britain Will
Not Benefit

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 27

Colonel A. G. R. Waite, Deputy
Chairman of the Austin Motor
Company does not believe Britain
will benefit greatly from any con-
eession by Cuba, allowing British
cars to enter the island at the
Same duty rate as American ears.
This has been reported as one of
the concessions put forward by
the Cuban Government to per-
suade Britain to sign a three year
contract to buy 1,500,000 tons of
Cuban sugar.

Colonel Waite on his return
from South America and the West
Indies, said today that in his
opinion Britain could not hope to
displece America as chief provider
of Cuban transport,

There was a certain demand for
smaller types of British ears in the
island, but American influence
was such, that cars from that
country would continue to be
most sought after whatever con-
cessions Britain received,

He yentured to suggest how-
ever, that West Indian territories
will be absorbing more British
cars, even when times return to
normal, and dollars again become
available.

“I suggest we may retain 50
percent of the Trinidad market,
and slightly more of the Jamai-
ean,” Colonel Waite said.

At the moment, because of the
dollar shortage, Britain of course
has about 80 per cent. When dol-
lars again become available, it is
anticipated that American cars
will be in demand, but Colonel
Waite thinks British cars and par-
ticularly, his own company’s



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ace > St. Jame e- °
larceny on April 20, of articles — — ‘ieee afternoot a
valued at 5s. 9d., the property of when the last rites were per- Tawen
the Governor-in-Executive Com- formed by Rt. Rev. D Ww
mittee, was adjourned by a City Bentley . :
Police Magistrate yesterday until Mr. House was born it are so
May 1. : Haverstraw, New York ano
Mr. E, W. Barrow is appearing came to Barbados early in 1937
on a the defendant while Along with his partner Mr
4 ae ae a ” Dell repre- Phelps, he pioneered the devel- much more
shee tehtigin te of a gue opment of the St. James Coasi
his the My veninende cuantion Game which has now become one 01 ‘ é
hysterical mittee against Millicent Belgrave te an i" residentia satisiving
rattling... denunciations... of Hindsbury Road, Emily Sealy “ag ys!) “Ah.'S8hs: ~ *
of Greaves End, Black Rock, “Mr. House who was then at
Ernesta Gittens of Browne’s Land, an advanced age made man)
St. Michael, Florence Ward of ‘friends and moved easily among

Alleyne's Land, St, Michael and
Bessy Nicholls of Belfield Lana. polished manner, passionately fonc
St, Michael, 7% ‘ of musie and architecture He

Cpl, Watson giving evidence in was a raconteur and discourse:
the Hutson case yesterday said freely and knowledgeably about
that on April 20 about 5.55 p.m, various aspects of life in thé
he saw three women leaving the United States and other parts of
Mental Hospital. He instructed the world where he had lived
Police Constable Jones to pursue put it was indicative of the innate

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ge - that : erfectly smooth and
Hospital gate and he told her tha* fie is credited with having been ~ fvinge.””

he wanted to search her basket 4 member of the Teddy Roose- satisfying. ®
When he asked her for her vet administration and his °

basket she was inside the Gate- knowledge of American adminis-~
xeeper’s room, This woman Was trative methods indicated that he
the defendant Hutson, On search. moved in top ranking society,
ing her basket he found a bottle A severe illness some years
filled with milk, a quantity of ago limited his activities, but
tomatoes, a cabbage, a tin contain- despite his very advanced years,
ing cocoa, short. sticks of and he was _ believed be
macaroni and a quantity of rice. nearly 90, he maintained oe
He asked the defendant where sh« lively interest in every phase of
had got these goods from and she |ife around him. He will be
told him that she got them fron missed by a wide circle to whom
the place where she worked. He he had endeared himself
eautioned her and took the goods true friendship and
from the basket, manner

To Mr. Barrow’s cross examina
tion Cpl. Watson said that all thi
goods except the milk were wrap-
ped up in paper.

Richard Rock, Assistant Gate-
keeper of the Mental Hospital said
that on April 20, he was on duty
about 6 a.m., when he saw the

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delay of adequate experiments
and trials “as in Gambia” the con-
sequences have been unfortunate.

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and overseas for a new outlook on
the aims and objects of C.D.C. In
the section called “planning the

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tions have already gone out to pig office through the front door, banks. ae om
C.D.C’s overseas representatives
and managers, peeves = a
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used,” Special Committees “will Arrested, Charged O ] i
be set up where necessary,” ;

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SAIGON, April 27.
French Union forces, continuing
their sweep across the Tongking
Delta, were today 15 miles south-

west of port Haiphong. They
killed 250 rebels and took 400
prisoners and a_ considerable

quantity of arms in the last 24
hours, a French army communique
said today,

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troyed a Vietminh transit centre
and a great number of junks.
—Reuter.



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Footnote: In the 30-week period ending
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Saturday, April 28, 1951

UNEMPLOYMENT

THE cohsideration of the details of the
scheme under which it is proposed to send
four thousand men to the United States
under contracts lasting between 10 and 12
weeks has brought to light an anomaly
which should be removed in the shortest
possible time.

The registration of unemployed in this
island carried out by a department of-Gov-
ernment does not even pretend to be accur-
ate. The Labour Commissioner in his
Report for 1948 makes the following signifi-
cant comment: “The numbers registered
at this Agency are, however, not an index
of unemployment in this island. Men reg-
ister when there is or is about to be re-
cruitment for work abroad.”

It is clear that it is impossible to decide
the extent of unemployment if the numbers
registered do not give a true picture. The
Labour Commissioner at a recent Press
Conference pointed out that many people
who were employed registered at the
Agency in the hope of gaining selection if
and when there was a scheme of emigra-
tion. The law provided penalties for those
who infringed the regulations but it was
thought best not to invoke the law in this
matter. If the unemployment figures

showed that conditions were extremely
bad then there might be some justification
for expending the sum of $440,000 to send
4,000 men for three months’ employment.



It would seem that politics played an
unduly strong part in influencing the mem-
bers of the House to vote for the resolution.
The Legislative Council wisely refrained
from interfering with the resolution, in the
first place because it was a money vote and
secondly because it would have provided
the House with grounds for telling the
electorate that it was the Council who pre-
vented Barbados from getting an emigra-
tion quota when the House had asked for
it, and might further have disrupted the
relationship between the two bodies.

The matter has not yet been concluded
and it is a matter for the Governor who as
the Head of the Administration is ultimate-
ly responsible for good government of the
island. It is clear that the $192,000 which
‘will be sunk if the scheme is undertaken
will be an unnecessary burden to the tax-
payers and might well have been spent on
some local project. If the Governor is sat-
isfied that the expenditure of this large
sum cannot bring to the island a commen-
surate benefit, it is his duty to refuse sanc-
tion.
| There is another and equally strong
reason why public funds spent on emigra-
tion should be carefully scrutinised. The
Labour Commissioner in the same Report
for 1949 further points out that “most of
the workmen who leave the colony for
work abroad remit money to their families
here, but there are some who leave the
island in order to shirk their family re-
sponsibilities.” This is a serious statement
and would hardly have been made by a
responsible officer without considering all
the implications. “It is unbusinesslike to
expend public funds to send people to
America when there is no benefit to the
island but it is infinitely worse if that
money is expended and contributes to the
shirking of responsibilities by men who
have families, It is clear now from the cir-
cumstances recently brought to light that
the project has been undertaken without
reliable facts and figures. If these were
accurate there would be no guess work in
dealing with public expenditure for the re-
lief of unemployment which ought to be
undertaken for the whole island and not
dealt with in a haphazard and unbusiness-
like manner for the benefit of only a fav-
qured section of the island’s men.
| What the “unemployed” who remain in
the island will want to know and the pol-
iticians will have to tell them in election
year, is how much dole they are going to
receive for staying here as unemployed.
Otherwise they will want to ask why the
lucky subsidised cannot pay the whole
costs of their passages instead of making
the lot of those who remain worse than it
would otherwise be.

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BARBADOS

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THINGS OF BEAUTY

THE excellent photographs
which appeared in “fhe Sunday
Advocate of April
“Glitter Bay,” the home oi:

Edward Cunard Bart., draws at-

tention to the important point inat
the island’s heritage of beautiful
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Sir

homes is being greatly enriched
for posterity. That
taste and discrimination like S.<
Edward Cunard have been a.-
tracted to make their homes °1
Barbados is not sufficiently ap-
preciated by many. Whatever tne
future, these beautiful houses ari
gardens remain
native soil

‘And what of our older buildings
and homes? An appreciation «f
beauty is not one of the strongly
developed characteristics of this
island, otherwise there would be
No necessity for press campaigns
against filthy streets, litter on our
beaches and jerry-building. In-
deed, so far there has been no
criticism in your columns of two
eye-sores that have been recently
perpetrated, which have destroyed
the character of two attractive
examples of “Garrison archi-
tecture.” One, the monstrous
porte-cochére added to Shot Hall
—the Royal Yacht Club — which
is more in keeping with a modern
New York skyscraper. This porte-
cochére is not only elephantine
for the size of the building, but in
a completely unsuitable style for
a building which formerly had an
inherent “lightness,”

The popularity of what for want
of a better label might be described
as “Trinidad siyle” is adequa:e
and even at times attractive whea
used for modern domestic archi-
tecture. It is, however, revolting
when attached to buildings of the
“Garrison style.”

The other example, is the un-
fortunate addition made at one
end of the Drill Hall. This has
now been completely overshadow -
ed in vulgarity and bad taste by
the double flight of steps facing
the Savannah of the concrete
gangway variety. What was need-
ed was obvious to anyone who has
walked once around the Savannah
—a light iron balustrade similar
to those at the back of the Officers’
Quarters, not heavy concrete walls.
It will take more than two trees
to blot out this offence.

Barbados has a_ settlement
record of less than 350 years.
During that period the island has
on several occasions been ravaged
by hurricanes with devastating
losses. Consequently, any build-
ing of 100 years or more may be
of historic or architectural interest.
The patina of time has only lightly
touched such buildings, when com-
pared to historic buildings in the
Eastern Mediterranean, India and
‘he Bast. Historie buildings and
those of architectural interest in
Barbados are Jong over-due for
protection from jerry-builders and
vandals, At this moment there is

persons
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You may not be aware of it
but the Arts Council has some-
thing very special up its sleeve.
On June 1 there is to be @
concert “unlike any other in the
whole Festival Programme.”

The event is to be called
“Singing Englishmen.” Thus
does England make reply to
Wales and Edingburgh,

The choristers are to be ordin-
ary men and women chosen from
the workers, and the songs will
ve gathered from the past. Her-
bert Morrison is particularly
enthusiastic because, according to
the official announcement, it
seems that in the bad old days
of Tory misrule our grandfathers
and grandmothers sang at their
work and in their private affairs.

An Element of Doubt Here

MR. MORRISON’ wants to
recover that spirit, if it is not too
late, Perhaps it is this element
of doubt which has caused him
to book it for St. Pancras Town
Hall rather than in the Festival
Hall,

It is well known that a nation’s
songs are more important than
its laws, On that fateful day in
1941 when Yugoslavia overthrew
its faint-hearted leaders and
defied Germany. I called at the
Legation in London to pay my
respects to the Minister and his

wife,

They told me then that the
peasants so loved their songs
extolling love and pride of
country that they would never
bow down to a conqueror,

They still sing them in Yugo-
slavia, and the sound is carried
on the wind even to the secret
places of the Kremlin,

THE worst of all attempts to
create a rabble-rousing anthem
is “The ad Flag.” Bernard
Shaw described it musically as
being only fit for a funeral marc.
for a fricasseed eel.

This was rather hard on the
nice old German who wrote it,
but how was he to know that his
Christmas carol “Tannenbaum”
with its gentle words, “O Christ-



By A Cortespondent

nothing to prevent the owners cf
Nicholas Abbey, Drax Halil,
starmony Hall, wWarrens, Holborn
or Farley Hill—to mention a
few — unroofing these historic
homes tomorrow and razing them
to the ground, Then, it woula be
too late to save the major part of
the island’s heritage—for there is
little else of equal age or arcn:
tectural interest, except | tomb-
stones and monumental sculp
ture, which negligent incumbent
and parsimonious vestries have
allowed, in many cases, to decay

The Garrison architecture, which
lies within a cireumference 01
about a mile from the Savannah,
is worth preserving intact both
from historical] gnd architectural
viewpoints from the prostitution
of private owners into whose
hands part of it have fallen, and
from the Office of Works, There
are also a number of other build-
ings to some of which Mr, A. W.
Ackworth referred in his essay
published in 1949, entitled Trea-
sure in the Caribbean. Much of the
Georgian architecture mentioned
was erected at a later date owing
to the time lag, but this in no way
affects the charm or value of these
buildings,

The long awaited Town & Coun-
try Planning Act appears to be
more remote than ever, doubtless
Lue to the absence of vote-catch-
ing appeal of this measure, In
this Bill there could have been
included suitable clauses for pro-
tecting buildings of historic and
architectural value in this island.
Is it too much to ask that a Mem-
ber of the House of Assembly be
public spirited enough to move
for a bill which would have as its
object the non-political and non-
controversial preservation of build-
ings of historic and architectural
interest for future generations, if
the God of winds is also kind.

The wind driven sugar mills
have disappeared with perhaps one

exception. In a few cases their
owners have preserved the mill
walls for sentimer.ta] reasons,

since they are of little historic
value, In the majority of cases
the mill walls have been pulled
down, and the stone used for other
purposes. Such a fate may be in
store for the larger type of plan-
tation house, It has been so far
avoided thanks to the influx of
wealthy visitors and settlers. In
other cases, fine houses have been
ruined — for example the stair-
case at “Wakefield,” Bridgetown,
and, ene trembles at this moment
to know what is happening to its
exterior now that the delightful
porch has been removed, and the
face of the building covered with
scaffolding.

What is needed is a body on the
lines of the Preservation of
Ancient Monuments Commission in

By BEVERLEY BAXTER

mas Tree, O Christmas Tree, you
do not bloom in winter alone,”
would become the anthem of red
revolution?

IF anything the words of “The
Red Flag” are even more feeble.
How would you like to stand up
with clenched fist ang distended
nostrils and sing:—

Look round, the

loves its blaze,

The sturdy German chants its

praise,

In Moscow's vaults its hymns

are sung,

Chicago swells the urging song

ue * *

Frenchman

Shades of Colorel McCormick!
The Socialists Sing it Better

YET on the day that Parlia-
ment assembled after the Socialist
sweep in 1945 the Socialists sang
that dirge in the sacred Chamber
of the House of Commons, In
fairness I do not think they in-
tended to do it.

What happened was this. When
Winston Churchill came in Sir
Waldron Smithers, who is an
orgainst of no mean_ repute,
broke into that depressing Eng-
lish folk song known as : “For
He’s a Jolly Good Fellow.”

This set a dilemma for the rest
of us. To ignore Sir Waldron’s
exuberance would have seemed a
slight to our leader, so in British
fashion we compromised and fol-
lowed Waldron about an octave

flat,

THEN as the answer came
“The Red Flag.” There is no
question about it, the Socialists

sing better than the, Tories, At
least, they did in 1945,
Now a Solo ‘The Jones Boys’
THE most distinguished ren-
dering of “The Red Flag” I have
ever heard was during the Gen-
eral Strike when Mr, Lioyd
George and the late Lord Bir-
kenheaqd came to Lord Beaver-
brook’s. flat at the top of the
Sunday Express building.
That was, of course, just before

Average Shopkeeper

Purchases and. Sales

one week,

and Profit for

Great Britai An Act of Leg.s-
lature, would give power to such ¢
ommission or committee to con-
sider requests from the owners 2
houses and buildings scheduled
under the Act, who are desirous
f making alterations to the fabric
of such houses or buildings
inside or out, and, to consider
ways and »meang of assisting in
their prestrvation. The help of
the Barbados Museum & Historical
Society might he enlisted to assist
in the drawing up of the schedule
of historic buildings. The British
Council might be asked to import
an architect to make recommenda-
tions from the architectural point
of view, for there are “a number
of churches, houses, warehouses,
shops in Swan Street & Speights
town worth preserving, which,
may be torn down at a moment’s
notice. The British Council, by
the work of its architect, would
not only. be furthering British
culture, but preserving for future
generations the flowering of
transported British culture,

Power should also be given to
the Commission or Committee to
deal with advertisements and signs
which disfigure scheduled build--
ings. A walk along Swan Stree.
will convince anyone interested
how much the buildings and bal-
cénies suffer from unsightly ad-
vertisements and signs.

Indeed; to this Commission or
Committee should be entrusted the
care of Queen's Park and the
Garrison Savannah. The neglect,
of Queen’s Park by successive
Vestries is too long a story to be |
discussed here, but a few words
must be said about the Savannah
The Savannah Committee has}
permitted the Barbados Turf Club,
like a rapidly advancing cancer,
to cover a considerable part o!
the Savannah with ugly, wooden
buildings, race tracks and mounds
of megass. Land adjoining both
sides of the North Gate, where
formerly grazing was permitted,
has now been fenced off—shade:
of the Enclosure Acts! Further-
more, the Polo Club has been al-
lowed to erect an ugly hut in the
middle of the Savannah. If wooder
buildings only are permitted on
the Savannah, there is no reason
why these should also be hideous
The buiidings erected by the Bar-
bados Turf Club are used by é
section of the public for abou
nine days, and, for the remainder
of the year are an eye-sore t
visitors and Barbadians alike.

Is it really necessary that thesc
shack buildings should be perma-
nently on the Savannah? Race
ticket booths and similar struc-
tures should be removed afte:
each race meeting. That such a
procedure may involve the Tur!
Club in heavy expenditure is ne
concern of the citizen entitled to
the use of an open space. There
has already been too much pan-
dering to associations like the
Agricultural Society with its steel
sheds in Queen's Park, and the
Turf Club with its wooden huts,

The time is ripe for action.



When Men Sing. The Heart
Of A Nation Is Stirred

Lord Beaverbrook’s sixth declara-
tion that he took no part in the
affairs of his newspapers.

“FE.” had secured .a copy of
the words, and as L.G. was
known to be reasonably musical
it was suggested that he should
lead the others while I played
the accompaniment on the piano,

At first the effect was only
startling. Then as our host
really got going it was terrifying.

WHEN Lord Beaverbrook sings,
it sounds like an affirmation of
the Shorter Catechism, a rallying
of the Empire and the gale
warning.

Not content with the Moscow
anthem, he gave a solo perform-
ance of an old song which, he
claimed, was the whole story of
New Brunswick in the days when
he was a small boy there in his
father’s manse, Here it is:—

Oh the Jones boys!

They built a mill

On the side of a hill,

And they worked all night

And they worked all day,

But they couldn’t make

That gosh darned sawmill pay!

After that Lord Birkenhead
remembered an important ap-
pointment and left.

Inspired by the ‘Marseillaise’

THERE is, of course, nothing
to equal “La Marseillaise” in the
power to stir the pulses and in-
flame the spirit. It is a com-
position of sheer genius created
in a moment of fierce exaltation.
Even to our British ears it never
fails to rouse the emotions, Then
what must it mean to the
French?

I never heard it played more
beautifully than that year wren
the French President and his
wife were received by — both
Houses of Parliament in the
great gallery, As our guests and
their entourage slowly walked
up the aisle a hidden orchestra
gave such meaning to the famous
anthem that it was at once
poignant and beautiful.

—LES.






THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN

By HAZEL MAY

SATURDAY, APRIL 238,



“NOBODY'S DIARY” |

Monday—A new sermon of St. Augustine re-
cently discovered contains thoughts about
Lazarus and Abraham so different from
the average preacher's.

“When we are told in the Gospel that the
poor man died and was taken up by angels
into Abraham’s bosom, what do all beg-
gars say, all infirm and destitute people?
They say: “It is we whom the Gospel
means.” Perhaps a poor man in want,
hardly able to support himself, or perhaps
actually a beggar, catches sight of some
rich man standing in God’s house, in
clothes suiting his estate.

The poor man hears that lesson and says:
“The Gospel is speaking of me here; when
I die I shall be taken up by angels into

passage say of the rich man, And being
dead he began to suffer torment in hell.
The poor man hears this and says to

himself: “The former sentence is about me | %

this one is about that rich man over there.”
Make no mistake poor man; and you rich
man do not be alarmed.

It does not mean you, poor man, if you
are a drunkard.

Nor you rich man, if you do your duty.

God rewards dutifulness, not poverty...

Therefore poor man, do your duty if you
wish to reach your goal. Do you wish for
proof that the Lord chose dutifulness and
did not ‘condemn wealth? The poor man
was taken up. Where was he taken? To
Abraham’s bosom. Read in your Bible what
Abraham was; you will find that he was a
rich man. The rich man’ went on before to
prepare entertainment and a home for the

poor man. See’ wha‘ the psalm says: The|$

rich man and the poor man together.

Tuesday—To consult an encyclopedia is the
beginning of wisdom, but there are limits
éven to an encyclopedia’s store of know-
ledge. How can I find out what is “Jippi
Jappa” or even “Henequen’”. And find out
I should because I read this week that
girls between the ages of 14 and 20 are
engaged in cutting and processing of Jippi
Jappa and henequen in the Toledo dis-
trict. Toledo is alright, that’s somewhére
in British Honduras, but suppose the Gov-
ernment suddenly decides to send 4,000
women to cut jippi jappa or henequen, I
should have been losing a lot of valuable
practice. Can anybody help?

Wednesday—An observant visitor to the
official residence of the Colonial Seeretary
will notice a loggia built on to the some-
what ugly building. It was built by a form-
er Colonial Secretary Stewart Perowne

» and his wife Freya Stark, as initials prove.
Most people will remember Stewart Per-
owne as the man who discovered the name
of the sculptor responsible for the statue of
Nelson in Trafalgar Square. Stewart Per-
owne is now in Benghazi and from what I
hear is having almost as much fun in re-
search there.

A keen horseman and polo player
Stewart has gone one better in Benghazi.
He is trying to reintroduce the ancient sport
of chariot racing—with four horses to a
chariot, Surely one of the sprightlier For-
sytes was known as four-in-one? Was it
Swithin? I think so,

Thursday—What’s in a name? If it’s Cherry
Tree Hill, what indeed? Nutritionists and
welfare workers are always telling us that
the cherry (Barbados variety) is full of
vitamins. With this release of knowledge
comes the simultaneous complaint that
there are so few cherries about. Why aren’t
there more cherry trees? Can someone tell
us how Cherry Tree Hill got its name? Was
it because someone planted a lot of cherry
trees there. Where are they to-day? Could
we not have cherry trees planted all over
the island? I don’t see why not,

Friday—The market was vividly described

by a cook who went shopping last Satur-

day and like Mother Hubbard’s dog got
none. “It was so quiet, mistress. It was just
like de House of Assembly. Dere was
nothing going on. Jes small groups of
people talking to one another.”

Saturday—The most beautiful thing in
Queen’s Park Lady Gilbert Carter’s foun
tain needs attention. No water comes ou
of it and the very lovely design is sadly
in need of a wash and brush up.

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SIR —The shopkeepers of this 5: That the average profit has sleet Cost | Sales Profit the highlights of Britain’s Festival
Island would be grateful to you dwindled from 15 per cent. in 4 Girg “bfeaa Wes. ae we | Year will be broadcast to all
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of drawing to the public their before Dr, Saint’s Committee % gto Cee ee ee. Pree Though not one penny of the
plights. 49 to confirm the meagre Profits 1; case miik 6.08 6.48 as Festival Bill is being spent on the
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Sete ho th 6 neces keepers in St. Joseph, St. {2 case sardines 7.17 8.00 as | arrangements have been made
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spending power of consumers 169.14 the shopkeeper makes '% sack F, salt 2.00 2.27 27 : ;
after the Crop Season, an ad- ¥4.10 from which expenses ‘* &#rs. matches 93 1.08 15 B.B.C, microphones and com-
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them by way of prolonged un 1 attendant, 8.00 -rent, 3 00 Value of Containers i the British Isles to capture the
secured credit which eventually taxes 75 cents light etc. 1.00 ony oe message of the cele-
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4. That the marginal profit of cents to support a family of a ‘to. inneee Br b talks by Gerald
15 per cent. instituted by the three Wages 9.00 | Festival: ee eee = =
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rising expenses, in short the no be afforded some meas Sront. donot 135 } tions for several months, and
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the provincial festivals, such as
those at Bath and Aldeburgh,
The B.B.C., have found. an
observer for Festival occasions
for practically every country in
Europe — ineluding Russia, A
Russian deserter “picked up” in
Germany has offered his services.
Fullest B.B.C. resources will
be mustered for the opening days
of the . Festival, Television
cameras will be inside St. Paul’s
Cathedral for the first time on
May 3 for the service there be-
fore the King opens the Festival
from the Cathedral steps, Thirty-
ene B.B.C, commentators will
that day give a picture of events
in English and foreign languages.
Following the opening of ‘he
Royal Festival Hall on Thursday
evening, a _ sixty-minute pro-
gramme will link the main festi-
val centres throughout the British
Isles. The microphone will take
listeners on visits to the two
travelling exhibitions, one on the
Festival ship “Campania.”. the
other in Manchester, and to the

in Glasgow. \ -

A unique recording will be tha
of the youth choir of a thousand
voices round a_ bonfire to be
lighted amongst the bomb damag¢
around St. Paul’s. This will be
the signal for the lighting of other

bonfires in towns and villages
all over Britain.
There will be many other ])

broadcasts of outstanding events
during the Festival — the open-
ing of the South Bank Exhibition,
the Royal Academy Banquet,
where the speakers will include
Winston Churchill, Somerset
Maugham, and Sir Gerald Kelly,
and the opening of the Glasgow
Exhibition of Industrial Power
by H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth.
Broadcasting | also intends to
“skim the cream” from what
should be a memorable summer
of sport. Many of these com-
mentaries will be heard in “Sports
Round-Up” and “Sports Review”,

as well as in other magazine
programmes. Not only will there
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If You Want

TWENTY-ONE apprentices

At The Top
To Get There

were awarded Bursary Certi-

ficates when a meeting of the Board of Industrial Training



as held-at the Public Works Department yesterday morn-

‘They had completed five years of training under master
workmen. Bursaries started in 1924 and 273 boys he-’e bene-

fited from them so far.

Head Teacher

Transferred

URING the week a number of
pupils of the St, Catherine s



Mixed School, St. Philip, assem-~

bled at the school room to bid
farewell to Miss M_ E. Gay, Head
Teacher, who has been appointed
Head-mistress of St. Matthias
Girls’ School, Christ Church,

Rev. Brathwaite, Chairman of
the Board of Management, ' said
that Miss Gay had laboured faith.
fully in that district and deserved
their appreciation.

After a short programme: of
recitations and songs by the pupils
of the school, several speeches
were made, They all compli-
mented Miss Gay who served as
Head teacher for seven years in
that district.

Mr, Norman Daysh, a member
of the Board of Management,
referred to the oceasion as being
a sad and happy one; sad because
St. Catherine’s was losing the ser-
vices of one, such as Miss Gay;
happy because Miss Gay was re.
ceiving a well earned promotion.
Their loss was another’s gain,

The District Inspector of Schools
supported these remarks after
which Miss Gay was presented
with a bouquet and a gift from
the staff, pupils and friends.

Miss Gay thanked every one
for what they had said and men-
tioned the excellent co-operation
she had received from the staff of
each school in the district.

Miss Gay, who succeeds Miss C.
Morrison, will assume her duties
on May 7 when schools reopen for
the Trinity term,

Among those who attended the
function were: Rev. Brathwaite,
Mr. and Mrs, N. Daysh, Mr. L, T.

Gay, Mr. R. Murrell, Mr? I.
Francis, Mr. E.-1L. Bell, Miss I.
Yearwood, Mis§ M. V. Clarke,

Miss C. Clarke, Miss E. Martin-
dale, Miss E. Reid, Miss D. Hunte,
Miss E. Gay, Mrs. A, Hutchinson
and Mrs. R. Gumbs,

NTERMITTENT showers in
Bridgetown yesterday held up
work on many occasions. The
heaviest shower however fell dur-
ing the evening when clerks and
other City, workers were on their
way home from work,

The majority were caught with-
out raincoats and umbrellas and
had to shelter in business premises
for long periods,

O Fan wis month the majority
of fish sold in the Market were
dolphin, For the first two weeks
the total amount of fish sold in the
market was 33,725 pounds, Of this
18,256 pounds were dolphin and
only 8,205 pounds of flying fish.
The other catches were: 260
pounds of king fish, 876 bill, 4,979
shark, 688 albacore, 361 bonito
and 40 pewnds of seine fish,

ISS ISA TAITT of the Ebene-
zer Girls’ School, St, Philip,
has beer appointed Headteacher
of Wesley Hall Girls’ School. She
sueceeds-the late Miss Carmen
Hunte,
Miss Taitt assumed duties from
April 1.
IGHT Barbadiaas
recruited for the Grenada
Police Force left the island on
Thursday. Four more will leave
for Grenada on Sunday and six
for St. Lucia on Monday,
QUANTITY of hawser wire
valued $40 was stolen from
Dodds Plantation, St, Philip be.
tween 8.00 a.m. on Wednesday and
8.30 a.m, on Thursday. The mat-
ter was reported by Laurie Antro-
bus, The wire belongs to the Gov.
ernor-in-Executive Committee,
OUR CHEQUES for amounts
totalling $550.10, were stolen
from a safe at Sandy Lane Fac.
tory, St, James between April 4
and 16, The incident was reported
by Jack Thorne of the same fac-
tory,
F 19 TRAFFIC offences re-
corded in the Police Reports
yesterday, five motorists were re.

who were

ported for exceeding the speed
limit. A large number were also

reported for carrying weight in
excess,
APTAIN W. A. FARMER,

Editor of the Police Maga-
zine, writes from England to say
that he has already entered Police
College Hendon, and is doing fine,

This month His Majesty the
King visited the College and -was
introduced to Captain Farmer,



"Bisham Hill” Takes Sugar

The steamship Bisham Hill left
Barbados yesterday with a load
of 4,000 tons af sugar for Montreal
and 270 puncheons of molasses
for Port Alfred, Canada. She was
loading here for a week.

The Bisham Hiil is consigned to
Messrs. Plantations Ltd.



rT

NOW! Dental Science Revéals:”’

PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH -
RIGHT AFTER EATING IS THE
SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO

HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY

WITH COLGATE
DENTAL CREAM



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Mr. T. W. Went, M.B.E.,
Cuienial Engineer and Chairman
ef the Bcard of Industrial Train-
ing, ‘said yesterday that the
number of bursaries offered
yearly has now increased from
24 to 48

The Water Works Department
and the Department of Highways
& $Transpori have taken on
plumbing and motor mechanic
apprentices while the sugar
factories and .the foundries -are
greatly assisting in training
engineers.

Mow that the fishing industry
is getting on its feet, r. Went
would like more lads {| tain as
beat builders. There are only
two who are interested in this
trade as yet. He would also like
some to train. as potters.

Mr. Ry S. Payne © welcomed
Mr. E. C. M,. Theobalds, Acting
Director of Education, who pre-
sented the certificates. Mr
Payne also gave the boys sound
advice on how, they should go
through’ life.

Congratulated

the presentation Mr,

congratulated the
yn the completion of their
“When I heard of
this method of training appren-
tices in Barbados about two or
three years ago, I thought it was
one of the most admirable things.
“You should be grateful to the
people who devised this scheme,”
he said.

He said that he tried to intro-
duce this type of training in
another island, but much to his
disappointment, it was not
adopted.

“There is always plenty room
at the top for people who want
to get ‘there,’ Mr. Theobalds
said.

He told them to remember that
they may need plenty of theory
in their work. They had already
done a good deal of the practica!
If ‘they wanted to advance
trade as

Beiore
Theobalds
boys
bursaries

they must study their
intensively as possible.

He said that there were numer-
ous possibilities, such as corres-
pondence courses and, in Barba-
dos, the Evening Institute . had
830 students on the roll.

He advised them to give up
some of their evenings—because
there is nothing achieved in this
world without sacrifice—to study
at the Evening Institute.

“He wished them abundant
success in years to come = and
reminded them always to give
an honest day’s work. He _ told
them to be sure to take a credita-
ble place on the road of artisans
in this country. “If you go
abroad, see that you are a credit
to Barbados”, he said,

Received Certificates

Those receiving ccrtificates
w ere: _ Kennethâ„¢ Connolly,
Joseph Farrell, Elington Gran-
num, Walter Padmore, Carlton
Stewart and Neville Stewart,
Carpenters; Clarence Taylor. and
Deighton Hoyte, Plumbers; Bric
Benn and _— Grafton Browne,
Tailors; Everard Sayers and
Elkins Goodridge, Engineers;
Cecil Leacock, Kenneth Antrobus
and Pierson Bailey, Joiners;
Vanroy Headley and Winston
Deane, Printers; William Jones,
Stanley Gill and Randal Dear,
Motor, Mechanics; Ewart Phillips,
Blacksmith.

Members of the Board present
were: Mr. T. W. Went, M.B.E.,
Chairman, Mr. D. S. ° Payne,
M.A., Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds,

Mr. Herbert Husbands, and Mr.
N. H. G- Weekes, Secretary.
Excuses were offered for the

absence of “Mr. R: B. Moulder,

B.A., Mr. W. H. Carter and Mr.
S. H. Douglas.



Travellizg’ Bank
Opens 99 Accounts

The Travelling Office of the
Government Savings Bank has
just completed its ninth weekly
visit to the various sugar factories
in the island.

There were 74 deposits this
week, of which 12 were new
accounts, and the amount of

money reecived- was $1,686.92.
For the’ nine weeks the Bank
has been out this year, there were
495 deposits including 99 new
ge The total amount of
money received is $13,175.71.

“POLYCREST” BRINGS
FLOUR AND LUMBER

Three thousand bags of flour
and .a shipment of lumber from
Halifax and St. John were landed
here yesterday by the Saguenay
Terminals’ Polyevest. The flour
was consigned to Messrs. H. Jason
Jones & Co., Ltd., while the
lumber came for Messrs, J. B.
Leslie & Co., Ltd

The Polycrest, 719 tons net,
called at daybreak yesterday and
left Iast night for Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad» Her agents are Messrs.
Plantations. Ltd.



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*

OLD W.I.

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



FIVE DOLLARS



cree regrets that official permission could not be obtained to reproduce the new Caribbean
h

This old West India Banknote was availabic for reproduction at the Barb a
look anything like the new ones. , ei na, coc

W.L BANK NOTES THAT FATLED

JOURNAL OF BARBADOS MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. VIII. pg. 5
Extract from an address given by E. M. Shilstone, F.S.A., in August
The Aadress was entitled “BARBADOS IN THE YEAR

of the Society.
“The establishment of the

and within four years a scheme was evolved
lines as the Colonial Bank. and shares were offered to and taken up by

Colonial Bank in the

Barbados and the other Islands.

The Bank opened in March, 1840, and numbered amongst its founders and directors such
influential persons as Joseph Connell, of Harrow, Oughterson

was its first Chairman, and

ure.
their all in it.

The W.I. Bank

Arthur Moore, Samuel Innis,

West Indies in the year
care of some of the emancipation money, but only by way of safe custody
diate ~suecess caused the Barbadians to think that a bank was a gold mine to be exploited,
to organise a West Indian Bank on the same

and
hi Nicholas
Benj. Howell Jones, all merchants in Bridgetown: Josiah Health, of Quintyne’s and Redland,
George Hewitt, of Bloomsbury and Warrens, Charles Saint-John, of Welchtown, Joseph Lyder
Briggs, of Maynards, Chequer Hall, Six Men’s and Hope, Joseph Trotman of Rowans, Thomas |
Wilson, and Johas Lyte Wilkinson, of Bayfield and Holborn.

s 1 The authorised capital of the |
Bank was two! million dollars.

Z The first Manager of the Bank
Gibbes Pile was the Accountant, and John Gibbes the Cashier



Public See New |

Caribbean Notes

SPECIMENS of the British Caribbean Currency notes to
be used in the Eastern Group were exhibited yesterday
morning in the Legislative Council Chamber.

Similar exhibitions were held simultaneously in the several
islands of the Eastern Group yesterday.

The notes are termed “British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern
Group)” as Jamaica was unable
tc come in the original scheme,
but if that colony is desirous of

coming in at any time in the
future, the words “Eastern
Group” will be deleted from

future notes,

Yesterday's exhibition was for
Bankers and members of the
Press, and among those present
were: The Hon’ble R. N. Turner,
Colonial Secretary; Capt. G. J.
Bryan, Acting Financial Secre.
tary; Mr. V. H. Chenery, Acting
Colonial Treasurer; Mr. J. R.
Rodger, Manager of the Canadian
Bank af Commerce; Mr. S. H. Dal-
gieish, Manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada; Mr. L. C, Gregg,
Acting Manager of Barclays Bank;
Mr. J. A. Roberts, Manager of the
Government Savings Bank; Mr
G. H. Hunte, Assistant Editor of
the Advocate; and Hon'ble H, A,
Cuke, Commissioner, British Car.
ikbean Currency Board; and the
staff of the Currency Department,
Barbados.

Six Denominations

The currency, which was ex-
hibited in a picture frame, was of
six denominations, namely, 1, 2,
5, 10, 20 and 100 dollar notes.
There were two of each so as to
give a front.and back view.

They were printed on good
quality paper by Messrs. Brad.
bury, Wilkinson and Co,, Ltd.,
whose designs were chosen in
preference to two other English
firms, MeSsrs. Delarue and Water-
low and Sons.

Each note has the coat of arms
of Barbados, Trinidad, British
Guiana and the Leeward and
Windward Islands in: addition to
a photograph of the King and a
scroll giving the group of the
various islands.

The notes are about the same
size as the existing Barbados Cur.
rency with each denomination
having its own distinctive colour.

The signatures attached to these
ppecimens are E: F. McDavid,
Financial Secretary of British
Guiana, who is Chairman of the
Currency Board, A. R. W. Robert.
son and H, A. Cuke, members of
the Board.

Framed copies of the
such as those exhibited
Council Chamber will, in a few
days, be exhibited at all the
banks, the Treasury, the Pub
lic Library and the Barbados
Museum.

One Currency Board

Mr. Cuke toid the Advocate
that in +1946 a Conference was
held in Barbados and was attend.
ed by delegates from all the

notes
in the

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SCHOOLBOYS
GET ‘“‘SCHOLS”

The Governor.in-Executive
Committee has awarded the
Barbados Government Exhi-
bitions for 1951 to the Uni.
versity College of the West
Indies to the following can-
didates recommended by the
University College of the
West Indies:— Courtney De
Monteith Nicholls and
James Arthur Williams. *



islands when a proposal was put
forward that there should be one
‘Currency Board of the Eastern
Group.

Recommendations of this Con-
ference, he said, were submitted
to all the Governments and were
accepted, and a Preparatory Com. |
mittee was then appointed to take)
the necessary steps to iget legisla-
tion through in. all the colonies.
Finally, a Currency Board was
appointed consisting of one rep.
resentative from each of the:
areas, namely:— British Guiana,
‘Trinidad, Barbados and the Wind.
ward and Leeward Islands.

The headquarters of this new
Currency Board are in Trinidad
and Mr. E, F. McDavid, Financial
Secretary of British Guiana, is
the Chairman. Mr, Lewis Spence,
a Civil Servant for many years
in the West Indies, has been ap.
pointed Executive Commissioner.

Mr. Cuke said that as soon as
all arrangements have been final-
ised, the notes will be in circula.
tion in all the areas of the Eastern
Group, and the existing notes of
British Guiana, Trinidad and Bar-
bados will be withdrawn.

FOURTEEN RETURN
FROM CURACAO

Fourteen passengers left yester-
day for Curacao by a K.L.M,
charter. Arriving by the same
plane from Curacao were fourteen
Barbadians who wurk in Curacao,
They are W. Bishop, E. Downie,
S. A. Lynch, Mr, and Mrs
Cuthbert Skinner, C. S. Jarvis,
M. Elcock, W. B. Haynes, R. St
C. Browne, A. Ford, O. Sobers,
O. Husbands, C. W. Prescod and
R. W. Davies.

‘A ROOD FOR $100

One rood of land situated at
Durant’s Village, St. James, was
sold in the Provost Marshal's
Office yesterday afternoon to







Messrs, Hutchinson and Banfield
for $100.00.

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i ) The Bank was doomed to fail-
It lasted for six or seven years and was then liquidated, many

—6
1941 at a Meeting
1840"

1836
The

had taken
Jank’s imme-

many people in

Halton Plantations, who

Humphrey Walrond,

was John Bovell; Thomas



Barbadians having lost |

Court Of Chanicery

terday,

granted the application



In the Court of Chancery y
His Honour the Vice-
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore
that the
eause in Lisle Gibson’ versus
Cyril W Drakes be struck out.

Mr, G. B. Niles instructed by
Yearwood & Boyce apperred on
behalf of Drakes.



DECREE ABSOLUTE

Decree absolute was pronounced
by His Honour the Chief Judge,
in the suit of V. C. Jones, peti-
tioner, and H, A. Jones, respond-
ent. Decree nisi had been pro-
nounced on March 9

Mr G. B. Niles instructed by
Hutchinson & Banfield, appeared
for’v. C. Jones.

The stit of E. W. Gibbons ver-
sus T. N. Gibbons in which a peti-
ion was madeé for the dissolution
of marriage, was adjourned. Mr.
Ward, instructed by Pfutchinson &
Banfield, Solicitors, appeared for
the petitioner,

MARIA CA





THE 21-year-old auxiliary ketch with eight pleasure seekers aboard

which is making a cruise of the











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young married women

women of modern outlook

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See



PAGE FIVE





Wills Admitted

To Probate Peregrine

His Honour the Chief Jucge, Sir |
Allan Collymore admitted to pro- Ph Li
bate the wills of Innmiss Sis-| 1 ips
nett cf St. Michael and Margare
Augusta Toppin of St. John, at| énvented the Contact Process for
the Court of Ordinary yesterday. | : * ,

| making sulphuric acid. Though

His Honour allowed the re-| bs desta

sealing of probate of wills granted | this process was patented as early

in the United Kingdom under
section 37 of the Court of Ordin- | =
ary Act, 1891, They were Louisa}
Minnie Tout, late of Paignton, |
Devon, a spinster and Harry Risch
Miller, late of 46 Westbourne Ter- |



4 phuric acid manufacture. Today,

of the firm of G. L. W. Clarke & |
Co, appeared for the applicant in|
|

race, Paddington. London, W.2. | j ‘
Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, auaicitor, | re eee . eae — half the world’s output is
|

Although his

discovery ranks amongst the most important advances ever made in chemical manufacture,

in this way.
Louisa Tout's. Messrs, Yearwood
eat tbslicant in Heese ieee surprisingly little is known about Phillips himself, Even the dates and places of his birth and
death are uncertain, The only indisputable fact about his life is the date of his patent.

A Peregrine Phillips, believed to be the inventor’s father, opened a tailor’s shop in Bristol

Fight Making
Caribbean Cruise

Eight pleasure _ seekers
aboard the white-painted |
auxiliary ketch Maria Cath-
arina made the tenth stop of
their Caribbean cruise at Bar-
bados yesterday.

in 1803, but forsook tailoring in 1824 to go into partnership with John Thorne, a vinggar
, manufacturer of the same city, Peregrine Phillips junior — the inventor —was also amettiber
of the firm, but he appears to have renounced his share about the same time as he took outhis
patent. The wording of this document shows that he must have had both a good techuical

(ich)









education and a capacity for hard work, but nothing is known as to
where he acquired his knowledge or whether he ever tried to exploit

his patent commercially, The year after he had taken it out, the vinegar

They were Alan Stearns ; : wh . bettas ftana fitted
skipper-owner of the ketch, business was sold, and Peregrine Phillips, though still a young man, —
Mrs. Stearns, the navigator | as never heard of agat

David Jenckes, Alfred Hazell,

a Director of-Messrs Hazell & | Trade Mark of Imperial Chemical radustries Ltd. London, England.

Co.. who joined the cruise

fr St. yi ‘ ‘ zx

tom St Vincent, and fou! GE aaa Reese
Starting off from Miami oi “PURINA”

Mareh 1d, the ketch has called a,

Nassau, St. Thomas, (V IT), St

Kitts, Antigua, the Isle of Saint 7

Dominica, Martinique, St. Luci -
and St Vincent before’ sh

anchored at Carlisle bay on he
first visit :

Alan Stearns has planned on);
one week’s stay here before goi.
on to Grenada where he and his
party will spend a few days, He
expects to pay another visit to St
Vincent and will ya&it other Wes
Indian islands before going bac
to St. Thomas. Alfred Hazell ha
decided to fly back to St. Vincent

see

all. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—pistributors.
8R2 BERBER ESE SSE eSB

DRINK & ENJOY



The ketch will be brought int
the Careenage on Monday for dr;
docking. She will be on dock foi
a few days for repainting an
other repairs.

21 Years Old

Although she looks as good :
new, the Matla Catharina wa:
launched 21 years ago in a Hollan
dockyard. She was built for ;
Belgian, Baron Louis Empain
She changed hands many time
until she was bought by Vyvya
Drury of Nassau. Captain Stearn
bought her over from Drury i
1950 while at Nassau.

The Maria Catharina was take
to Miami where she was renovate
and fitted out for this cruise. Sh
earries a General Motors Diese
engine and is equipped with radic
(elephony, three’ lifeboats,
jaunch and a sailing dinghy

She has an overall length of §
feet, a beam of 19 feet and sh
draws 11 feet of water Hier ton
nage is 70,

THARINA



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AT THE 110th

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Held on Friday, 20th April

The Directors
reported that another

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DIED
HARRIS — On April 27, 1951, at her
residence, “Gatha Lodge”, Fontabelie,

Mrs. Damaris Elizabeth . Harris. Her
funerai leaves the above residence at

4.30 pm. today
Cemetery.
AGGIE HARRIS,
ELSIE WEATHERHEAD,
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD.

THANKS

for the

Westbury

a
BOXILL—The Boxill family beg through
this medium to return thanks to all
thos¢ kind friends who sent wreaths,
letters of condolence, or in any way
expressed their sympathy in our recent

bereavement.
Mrs. E. Boxill (wife), Mrs. Coral
McIntosh (niece). 28.4.51—1n,





Public Official Sale
(The Provost Marshal’s Act 1904
(1904-6) 8 30),

On Tuesday the 15th day of May 1951,
et the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon
will be sold at my office to the highest
bidder all that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admtasurement 5,907 square
feet situate in Parish or City of Saint
Michael butting and bounding on two
sides on lands of Barbados Co-operative
Bank Limited, on lands of Clement
Warner over @ road fourteen feet wide
and on the said road called Villa Road
at Britton Hill, together with’ the Chattel
dwelling-house thereon end all appur-
tenances. Attached from Walter Evgns
Phillips for and towards satisfaction, &c.,
and it not sold on such day, said sale
will be kept open and a subsequent day
will be fixed for said sale,

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase.
T. T. HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal.
Provost Marshal's Office,

28.4.51—3n.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

REMOVAL OF THE LABOUR
WELFARE (HOUSING LOANS)
ORGANISATION AND THE
PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK

The offices of the Labour Wel-
fare (Housing Loans) Organisa.
tion and the Peasants’ Loan Bank
wili be removed to Pinfold House,
Pinfold Street, City, as from the
7th May, 1951,



28.4.51,—2n.
OLD AGE PENSIONS

The Old Age Pension Paying
Office in Bay Street has been
removed to “Hartsdale” a cottage
in White Park Road, opposite the
Barbados Foundry Ltd. Pensions
will be paid there as from Mon-
day, 30th April, 1951.

H. N. ARMSTRONG,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
25th April, 1951.





27,.4.51—2n



THE MAYOR AND TOWN
COUNCIL OF NEW
AMSTERDAM, BERBICE,

BRITISH GUIANA

Invite applications from Mechani-
cal and Electrical Engineers for
the post of

CHIEF ENGINEER
COUNCIL

Applicants, who should be
qualitied Mechanical or Electrical
Engineers and have had good ex.
perience of internal combustion
engines, will be required to ad-
minister and supervise the Coun-
cil’s engineering services com.
prising a suction producer gas
engine and Diesel driven electric
power station with an installed
capacity of 596 K.W’s, the 2,300
volts primary, 110—220 volts sec
ondary, 60 cycles alternating cur-
rent overhead electricity distribu
tion system, the Water Works
pumping plant (250 h.p.) and the
water mains system; and exercise
general supervision over the work

TO THE

of the Council’s Town Superin-
tendent.

Previous experience in an
executive capacity is necessary

and preference will be given to
applicants who are, or are eligible
for, corporate membership of the
Institutions of Mechanical or Elec.
trical Engineers, Experience of
Suction Producer Gas and Diesel
emgines would also be an advan.
tage.

Applicants must not be more
than 45 years of age and must
state age and nationality in their
applications. The person selected
for appointment to the post will
be required to submit himself ‘|
a medical examination as to his
fitness. |

The salary of the post is £1,000;
per annum, and free current forl
domestic purposes is provided.

The appointment which will be
on the basis of a three-year con-
tract in the first instance, is sub-
ject to the previous approval of
the Governor in Council of the
Colony of British Guiana, and
earries leave privileges at the
rate of one month for each year
of service. Passages for the
Engineer, his wife and up to two
children -will be paid in the case
of a successful applicant resident
outside of British Guiana.

Applications which should be
addressed to the wndersigned
must be received in New Amster-
dam before the 26th May, 1951.

D, DOW,
Town Clerk,
New Amsterdam, Berbice,
British Guiana.
27.4.51.—3n.

ORIENTAL

SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS
New Shipment opened

THANT'S "2!
§,.399995999999S9G9955S00%,
West Indian & British

Hand made Crafts, Antiques,

& Pottery, Hand blocked Beach-
weer, Decoration House, St
James, Tel. 91-74.





14.4,51—1m.
3

OCLC
BOSS SOO00S0S OOS Se

FOR LONGER SERVICE

TAR all posts before erecting.
A small quantity of this
Rot
material still
© GAS
——__—_—oeoeo—-

preventative

available

} WORKS, Bay St.
Price . 40c. per gallon.
Get Some To-day.

at





PUERLIC SALES



minrmum caarge $1.50 on
and $1.80 om Sundays



REAL ESTATE

That desirable

dwellinghouse known as

land

tailet downstairs and upstairs,
bedrooms (one with bath and toilet)
| To servants rooms, garage for 1

yerd.

“aoe date of sale wili be publishea

ter,
Inspection between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
any day except Sundays on appoint-

ment with the owner Mr,
(Phone 3229).
G, L, W. CLARKE & CO.,
Solicitors.





PROPERTIES FOR SALE—
called St. Elmo at Maxwell! Road? If con-
sists of %4 of an Acre of land and a com-
fortable house which is built of stone and
wood, and has open verandah on two
Sides, closed gallery to front, drawing
and dining rooms, 4 bedrooms, break-
fast room, modern kitchen, garage, yard
enclosed with wall. Price £2,600, and
the purchaser will pay stamp duty.

One property which consists of 60 odd
acres of land and a house. I will leave
in two-thirds of the purchase price
which is very reasonable at 5%. Apply
to D'crey A. Scott, Magazine Lane.

28,4,51—3n.
~ ee n-

LAND—One outstanding site of land
19,806 sq. tt.

of Land situated in N.
Gordens. Dial 3950. 26.4.$1-22n

AUC'’rKION









ihe tape aaleashteeste niente
By instructions received from the Sec- | 1S HEREBY GIVEN that a poil will be | a
retary of the General Hospital I will} taken in the Council Chamber, Public

sell by Public competition at the Nurses’
Home on Thursday next, 3rd May at
2 o'clock. one Piaro by Kohler and
Campbell. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer.

27.4.51—6n

By instructions I will sell by Public
Auction on the spot on Wednesday next
‘the 2nd of May at 2 o'clock at Bank
Hall Main Road, 3 houses from Al
Souls Church, One three roofed house
with out-offices. To be removed, It
will be sold to the highest bidder. In-





spection on application to
Pi A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
Dial 3743. 27.4.51—4n.

ey

By Public competition at my office at
Magazine Lane on Wednesday next the
2nd May at 12,30 o'clock, one spot of
land situate at Deacon's Road, by ad-
measurement 14,340 sq, ft. with a front-
age of 55 ft, ALSO One business
premises at Tweedside Road. Shop, house
and usual out-offices together with 1,997
sq. ft. of land. Inspection on application
to Miss Elaine Robinson who is doing
business there. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auc-
tioneer. Dial 3743, 28.4.51—3n.

LOST & FOUND
LOST a

emaiiieapelblhaaipteictititelsicenihi
CAT—$15 Reward Offered for recovery





clive of Siamese Male Cat. Missing
since March 24th. Maxwell District.
Tel. 8250. 28.4.51—In.

_———————umii......___.
GLASSES—Pair of Sun Glasses, pale
blue rims in or néar Broad Street.
Reward offered. Johnson's Stationery.

28.4.51—2n.







ge gn per agate = on ee ot
an cents per agate line on Sundays,
week-days

two storied frethold
M “Culloden
View", situate at the junction of Cul-
loden and Dalkeith Roads, with the
thereto containing 10,585 square
feet. The house contains drawing and
dining rooms, library, x four

ar
and tool room (all built of stone), in =









BARBADOS ADVOCATE































———— -
\
7 _— ~~
| PUMLIC NOTICES FOR RENT FOR SALE NOTIC:
| Re Estate of
Ter cents per agate tine on week-day Minimum charge week 72 cents ond Minimum charge week 72 cents and | GLADYS TINE HARDING

and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays | % cents Sundays 24 words — over 94| 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24) deceased
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days| “°rds 3 cents a word week-—4 Cente a! words 3 cents a word week—4 cents al NO" IS MEREBY GIVEN that all
and $1.80 on Sundays. word Sundays. word Sundrews pe having any debt or claim against
j A the Estate of —-? Albertine Harding
_— ———$—$_—$__—_—_ | UTS. late of the parish of Saint Michael, who
NOTICE | om MOTIVE died in this Island on the 24th day of
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in HOUSES | One (1) 6 Cylinder two seater es oe ede eres ~
‘tention of the Vestry of the Parish c } De Soto, Suitable for making pick-up ant na to a “under ene : Albertine
Saint Andrew to be caused to be | Tyres very good. Engine in goed work- Masding the qualified Admainistratris of
introduced into the House of Assembi: |, APARTMENT for rent to approved | i08 order. Phone 3430." 27.4.5i—3n.| the Estate of the deceased, in care of
of this Island a Bill to authorice th: tenant Fully furnished apartanent in | -——— —" — Messrs Carrington & Sealy of Lucas
Vestry to borrow a sum not exceeding hotel area, Hastings, 3 bedrooms, garage CAR-—One Singer Car $350.00. Apply. | Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or be
$6,000.00 for the purpose of building | 2"4 Servants room. From ist June.| © Jordan, James Street, Bicycle Re-| fore the 27th day of June 1951 after
suitable quarters for the Nurses at the | “tite P.O. Box 257 27.4.51—6n. | Psirer, 27.4.51—2n. | which date I shall proceed to distribute
Almshouse at Belleplane, the loan te —_ | ——| the assets of the deceased among the
cerry interest at the rate of not exceed- Em , . CAR--Morris 8 Touring very good con-| Parties entitled thereto having regard
ing, 4% per annum and to be repaid BUNGALOW—Very modern 3 bedroom | Sition, Phone George Skeete 4277 or} only to such claims of whieh 1 shall
by 15 equal annual instalments out of | BU"&s!ow, situated at Top Rock. Having \ 26.4.51—3n, | then have had notice, and that 1 will
the rates of the said parish. 7 2 toilets and bath, modern kitchen ete not be liable for the assets oréany part

Vestry Clerk, St, Andrew.



N
THE
MUTUAL LIFE

LOST POLICY

C. A. SKINNER,
27.4.51—3n

OTICE
BARBADOS
ASSURANCE SOCIETY

EUSTACE BEN ANTHONY FARMER

having made

Policy asked for
B

21.4.51—4n



NOTICE

PARISH
Tenders for c

for the Burial of the dead will be re-
ceived by the undersigned, from whom
all particulars may be obtained, up to
Saturday 28th April 1951.

Clerk, Board Poor Law Guardians,

sworn
Policy Ne, 21,237 on his life has been
St. Clair Hunte. | Jost, and having made application to

the Directors to grant a duplicate of
the same, NOTICE is hereby given that
unless any objection is raised within one
26.4.51—6m: | month of the date hereof the duplicate

deposition thet

F
will be issued.
iy Order,
Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary



OF ST JAMES
onva/ing Paupers

f

and |

P. H, TARILTON,

Rockley,
all
unfurnished
month
r

, Kitehen
Servants’
Room
n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave. Belleville

Available, unfurnished on 6 months .or
12 months lease. Ring 8569 or 4683.

,
28.4. 51—2n |
-——_—_—

___

BUNGALOW—One newly built Wail
Bungalow
Bedrooms,,
Verandah etc
No

in Goodland containing 2
Drawing and Dining rooms,
L. M. Clarke? Jeweller,
12 Jomes St 28.4.51—I1n

0 Blue
completed
construction.





‘BUNGALOW_No.

Waters,
newly

bungalow
Furnished or
For a period, or from
to month. 3 Bed Rooms with
water in each room, Built-in
in 2 Rooms, Dressing Room,
Toilets and Baths, Modern Type

with buflt-in Cupboards, 2
Rooms, Garage and Wash
*djotning House, Phone 2342
etween 8 and 11 o'clock.

stone

unning
Presses

28.4.51—t fn

Pully
Inspec-
Phone 3450 or

20.4.51—t.f.n.

urnished. Available May 15th.
jon by appointment.



FLAT—Beaumont, Hastings unfur-

nished. Dining and Sitting room 2 bed-
+ Trooms, running water, Kitchen with gus,
usual conveniences. No pets or children,

St. James. Dial—2636, 24.4.51.—3n.
22 49$13n

SHOP—No, 77 Roebuck Street. Apply

THE BARBADOS CIVIL to N. Sealy, Fontabelle. Dial 4007.
SERVICE ASSOCIATION as
Tre: “SEAFORTH" Worthing, on the sea,
NOTICE opposite Rendezvous Gap, Drawing and
ining rooms, 3 bedrooms, Electric
Light and gas installed. All modern
Buildings on Saturday, 28th inst. | conveniences. From May Ist. For
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. | further particulars Dial—2974 or 3426.
for the election of « SECRETARY and 24,.4.51.—4n.

FIVE persons to

serve on the Council

for the year 1951.





UPSTAIRS, No. 6 Swan Street,

very



Cc. W. CUMBERBATCH, spacious and airy. Reasonable rent for
Assistant Secretary. | right person. Phone 3466.
18,.4.51—3n 28.4.51—2n
NOTICE CARS — Drive-yourself Cars. New
Prefect Fords. Terms very reasonable.

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten-

tion of the Westb
be caused

to be

KF
ury Cemetery Board to
introdugé@ ‘into the

House of Assembly of, thig Island a Bill

to amend the W
1908 so as to ine
breaches of the

estbuny Cemetery Act
rease the penalties for
regulations for the

conduct of the Cemetery and to reduce

the amount of
given by the Che
appointment.

E.D. MOTTLEY, _
Chairman of the Board.



WANTED

Minimum charge week 72 cents and

96 cents Sundays
words 3 cents a
word Sundays.





notice

required to be
‘plain on resigning his

b

28.4.51—3n

S

24 words — over 24 te
a

word week—4 Cents a

‘or particulars, Dial 8408.
28.4.51—2n.

THE FESTIVAL OF
BRITAIN

@ From Page 4
e@ programmes on contemporary

sports, but also on archery and
) Speedway

table-tennis,
sports like steeple-chasing.

croquet... and).
out-of—season

racing,
and

It is the boast of the Overseas
ervice that it was the first to
ake up with enthusiasm the idea

of the Festival,



HELP
1 nae ————-— +emer li
MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSE—Unfurnished House 3 bed-

rooms between Bay Street and Rockley.

Dial 4910 or 3601

after 4.30 8C

27.5.51—2n. |

were on the spot
very first sound associated with
Britain’s 1951 Exhibition — tne

“We got cracking when it was

still a smile on the face of Par-

say. “Our men

they
to record the

ament,”

yuelchy thud of pile-driving on

the mud of the South Bank site,”



POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS

Effective Ist May, 1951 AIR MAILS will be closed at the General Post Office as follows:—
(Cancelling previous Schedules)













DESTINATION TIME DAY
\
Antigua oe ++ / 11.45 am Wednesday
2 2.00 p.m Thursday
Australia : ee *¢/1 11.45 a.m. Monday
(all air) 11.45 a.m, | Thursday
Australia é% ++/11.45 am. | Wednesday
(to Panama only) 9.00 a.m, | Saturday
Argentine ce *+111.45 a.m, | Monday
11.45 a.m. ‘| Thursday
Africa ., os *+|11.45 am. | Tuesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Aruba .. es ++|11.45 am, | Tuesday
9.00 a.m. | Saturday
Bahamas ss ++] 22.45 a.m, Tuesday
9.00 a.m. Saturday
Bermuda oe +-| 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Brazil .. ee «+/11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Br. Guiana es ++| 9.00 am. | Wednesday
9.00 a.m, Saturday
Br, Honduras «+ {| 9.00 a.m. Saturday
*Canada as ..| 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday
via Bermuda 2
Canada te ..{ 9.00 am. | Saturday
via Trinidad
Canal Zone .. ++|11.45 am. | Wednesday
9.00 a.m, | Saturday
Colombia Rep. -» | 11.45 a.m. Monday
11.45a.m. | Thursday
Curacao ices +. | 11.45 a.m, Tuesday
9.00 a.m, Saturday
Cuba... es ++} 11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
China .. as ++} 1145a.m. | Tuesday
9.00 a.m. | Saturday
Dominica i“ .. | 2.00 p.m, Wednesday
‘Dutch Guiana «| 11.45 a.m. | Monday
11.45 a.m. | phursday
Dom. Republic-— .. | 11-45a.m. | yonday
| 11.45 a.m. | Thursday
Europe ee =| 11.45 a.m. Tuesday
9.00 a.m. Saturday
Fr, Guiana ae ee} 11.45 a.m, Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Gt. Britain Tt w= | 11.45 a.m. Tuesday
4 9.00 a.m, | Saturday





Kegistered Mail is closed an hour before ordinary mail.
* Canada via Bermuda efiective 9th May.

General Post Office,
Barbados,



Are you thinking of Building
Houses, Roads and Yards ?

IF so

Contact: “B. A, & P, 8. BROOKS”

CONTRACTORS

We draw your Plans
endeavour to give
the best

and you

For further particulars Phone 8335
or 8162,

21.451—Tn



NOTICE

Saturday,

SODOSOOE FOE VFO CEP >

THE PARADISE BEACH
CLUB LID.

In accordance with Rule
34 the Club will be closed

to members from 8 p m. on

a ae

+
|

K |
$ |

4



TO MEMBERS

SUS



> }
% |
Pm i
»
s

-

the 28th April.



CUT THIS OUT







DESTINATION | TIME DAY
Grenada ine «+| 2.00 p.m, | Wednesday
9.00 am, | Saturday
Guadeloupe... ++ {11.45 a.m, |Wednesday
Baitt:!, .» * «+}42.45 am, |Monday
11.45 a.m, | Thursday
Hong Kong .. ++111.45 a.m. !Monday
11.45 a.m. | Thursday
\India.. “ ++] 11.45 a.m. | Tuesday
| 9.00 a.m, |Saturday
| Jamaica + «+{1145 a.m. | Tuesday
| j 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Japan .. ee ++/11.45 a.m. |Monday
11.45 a.m. Thursday
Martinique oe ++| 11.45 a.m, |Wednesday
Mexico ee ++|11.45 a.m. |Monday
11.45 am, | Thursday
{ Montserrat aa --| 11.45 a.m. | Wednesday
(via Antigua) 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
New Zealand .. «| 11.45 am. |Monday
| (all air) 11.45 a.m. |Thursday
New Zealand .. ..|11.45 am. |Wednesday
(to Panama only) | 9.00 a.m. Saturday
i ..|2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Puerto Rico . DB6 aon desurdee
i Ne ., | 11.45 a.m. |Wednesday
St. Lucia 9:00 a.m, |Saturday
| i 11.45 a.m. | wednesday
t. Kitts és ‘
. 2.00 p.m. | Thursday
St. Thomas, V1. ++] 11.45 a.m. |Monday
| (via Trinidad) 11.45 a.m. | Thursday
\

{St. Vincent .. «+ |11.45 a.m. | Thursday
=e 9.00 a.m. | Saturday
| Tortola Fe ++ 111.45 a.m. |Wednesday

(via Antigua ..| 2.00 p.m. {Thursday
Trinidad +e ».|11.45 a.m. {Monday to
; Thursday
| 8.30 a.m, | Friday

9.00 a.m, Saturday
USA. .. ve ++; 2,00 p.m. Wednesday
2.00 p.m. | Thursday
Venezuela “e ++} 11.45 a.m Tuesday
2.00 p.m. Friday



27th April, 1951.



ODETTE,

FOR SALE

CRUSHED
STONE & FINES
IDEAL FOR CONCRETE,
AND MAKING ROADS

AND PATHS.
Apply . 5
J, N. HARRIMAN
& CO., LTD.,
Seawell.
Phone 8444, Extension 8
26.4.51.—7n.

LOOP OSE LIDPOLLELILLSS LLL EA LLO LS Ode
OCLC LECCE ECO OTTE

ee eee neat
CAR—1933 Buick 8 cyls, in sound
mechanical condition and good tyres.
Suitable especially for hire. Dial 4616.

26.4.51--6n

— a

.WAGGON; One 1942 Y-8 Ford Station
wee in perfect condition. Apply 3508
or .

thereof so distributed, to amy person of
whose debt or claim I shall then have
had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 27th day of April, 1951.

ALBERTHA HARDING,





22.4.51-—t.f.n. Qualified Administratrix of the Estate
of Gladys Albertine Harding
FURNITURE deceased
28.4.51—4n



ee

At Ralph Beard’s Furnish Show-
seoms, Hardwood Alley, Mowis type
Cane and Rush Easy Chairs in Pine and
Birch $36.00 per pair. Also Rush Bottom
Upright Chairs $3.75 with Arms $4.50 and
Rockers $5,00 each not forgetting a
numerous variety of new and second
hand furniture, Open daily, 8 a.m, to

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

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



* pm. including Breakfast, closed mid-
25.4.51—n,

Gay Saturday,





FURNITURE e § re
Furniture and Fittings of a Dry Goods a INS invited
Store in Swan Street. Stock valued Sg aban nt es te or ee

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

The salary of the post is in the
ale of $1,920 per annum rising
by annual increments of $96 to
$2400 per annum. The pest is
pensionable. A cost of “living
allowance at the rate of $190.20
per annum, or at such other rate
as may be prescribed from time
to time, is payable. A transport

‘bout $15,000, Store could be leased for
years. Those interested write T
Co Advocate Ltd, 28.4.51—20



_ PURNITURB—Dining Table 4 Chairs, | sc
Sideboard and Glass, Fronted China
Cabinet all in Oak, $98.00 complete aiso
Persian Pugs and Convas Cot. Tel. 8250,

28.4.51—I1n

LIVESTOCK

; tes Sepereseistain Cow to calve
a ree weeks. Gave 36 pints vit yanc . re 7
third. calf. C, Branch, oiae erhas allowance at the rate of #480 =

Road, Jackmans, St. Michael. annum, to which a temporary in-
27.4.51—an. terease of 334% has been added,
is also paid.







MECHANICAL Applicants should have a work-

Nn oe | ing knowledge of the planning,
neve Sean nT Daeraie, new-) estimating, setting out and©eon-
lighting, deluxe Saddle, ete. ‘Senife, struction of buildings, _ bridges,
La Garoupe, Cave Hill. Dial 4346 roads and waterworks and their

28.4.51—1n. | maintenance,

aa on Previous experience in a Pub-
MISCELLANEOUS lic Works Department or with a

reputable firm of contractors and

—————————
BRIC i i i
RICKS—For building or garden walks experience in the field organisa-

$3.00 per 100, also Fire Bricks,

A ;
The Old Ice Co., Prince Wm Hens ae tion of works and labour will be
25.4.51-5n.] taken into account,

CONNECTIO?D (Pump), cvrele, short
and long 30 doz, to clear 13c,, Me. each

Applications must be addressed
to the Administrator, Government







Whitfields' Hardware Dept. Office, St. Vincent, B.W.L, and
28.4,51—2n.}| should reach not later than 15th
nnn ——— | May, 1951.
REPAIR OUTFITS P . i
8 doz. to clear 14c., ae each, "Wnit-| , Each appli¢apt should state
Pelds Hardware Dept. 26.4'51—2n, | how soon it would be possible for
nnn nee | Him, if selected, to take up
STOVES—Valor single, 2, 3 and 4 appointment
kerosene oil burner, Secure yours be- Gove 2 t Office
fore advance in price. Courtesy Garage. Verne an ce
Dial 4391 26, 4,51-—6n St. Vincent, B.W.1.
- ieapisheeenteoancinatnhcncliuistiaas ines 3ist March, 1951.
SOAP: Genuine Australian Tablet 5.4.51—8n
Soap, Delightful'y Scented. Cun be —

KEATINGS



used for all purposes
for only 36c, Buy today
Lucas Street, Dial 4910

6 large tablets,
Stanway Store,

28.4, 51—2n

SPLIT PEAS—Can be bought at Jas,
A. Tudor & Co., Roebuck Street, $14.00
per 98 Ib. bag. Dial 2628,





286.4,.51-—7n



TANK—One (1) Steel Tank, capacity







400 gallons in perfect condition, App!y
Manager, Dukes, St, Thoma Phone
4150, 28.4,51—4n

WATCH: Gold centre—second pocket
Watch at attractive price. Wm D, Rich-
ards & Son, Me Gregor Street

aithedh teat Contains

“You can't be floored in the matter
of coverings for your floors if you D.D.T,
visit HARRISON'S FURNITURE DEPT, Large, medium and small size Tins
where you will find a large selection
of Linoleum and Congoleum, Carpets,| Ree
Rugs and Straw Mats", 26.4.51—3n Broocegesseveeneeesrory

+
PETITION Wanted For Cash
JOHANNESBURG. Used & Unused POSTAGE

An 86-year-old coloured man STAMPS of the British West
Was petitioning for a_ divorce Indies. Good Prices Paid at the
from his present wife, aged 65. |%$ CARIBBEAN STAMP | SOCIETY
He told the judge his mother had No. 10; wah Geres
reached the age of 117, and he

had every hope of doing likewise.
He therefore wanted a young wife
ta look after him in his old age.

MAIL NOTICES

Mails for Grenada, Trinidad, British
Guiana and French Guiana by the 8.S
Gascogne will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:—

Parcel and Registered Malls at 2 p.m.,







SHOES!

and Ordinary Mail ot 3 p.m, on the

2nd May, 1951

Mails for St, Lucia, St, John, N.B.,

Helifax, Charlottetown, Quebec and

Montreal by the M.V. Canadian Chal- !
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Bankers % pr. 5 *
vee “i Demand Drafts . 8874 pr. Prices ‘
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increased cost of production and the necessity for pay-
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1. Sales ex Factory or Depot $1.00 per 100 lbs,

2. Delivered within a radius limited to the four
mile stone on Highway 1, Warren’s Corner on
Highway 2, Waterford Corner on Highway 3,
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WANTED

For escaping from custody at Central Police Station
on the night of 19th instant.







DUDLEY BUTCHER

Alias: “Francis”

Address: Nurse Land, Tweedside Road, St.
Michael.

Age: 40 years.

Colour: Black.

Height: 5 ft. 4 ins.

Build; Medium.
Face: Long features, rough and frowning.
Jaws: Sunken

Cheek bones: High—small sear on left.
Mouth: Corners white.

Teeth: Some of upper front missing.

Hair: Receding from front of head leavir
patch,

1g &bald

Anyone giving any information leading to this
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Commissioner of Police.

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Police Headquarters,
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PAGE EIGHT



One New Comer On W.L. Team

S. GUILLEN

GETS CAP:

D. ATKINSON WINS PLACE

SIMPSON GUILLEN,
only new-comer to get an

Trinidad wicket-keeper, is the
international cap in the West

Indies Cricket team announced this morning.



GUILLEN
International Cap.

—wins
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Germany's Charices
Of Competing
In Olympics Weal:

BERLIN, April 27

The failure of Eastern and West
Germany to wnite, and contro!
amateur sports has weakened
Germany’s chances of competing
in next year’s Olympic games.

Germany’s request ior inclusion
in the games is to be considered
by the International Olympic
Committee which meets in Vienna
next week.

West Germany, with an estab
lished Olympic Committee behina
it, had hoped for recognition, but
matters have been complicated by
the recent formation of an East
German Olympic Committee.

Under Olympic rules, 9 country
can have only one representative
group or individual, and Germany
has so far been regarded in the
sport sense as one country,

The East German Com*mittec
announced that it would seek
agreement with the West German
body on the composition of an
All-German Committee, Bui ‘West
Germans do not want to negotiate

with East. They feel that on
numerical, administrative and
even ethical grounds, they have

the sole right to speak for the
whole country. They point to a
population of 46,000,000, against
the east zones 18,000,000.
Disappointment

Sports writers in West Berlin
are disappointed about the lack
of unity on this point.

The “setting up of an East Ger-
man Olympic Committee means
the dismemberment of German
sport” one wrote. “It is a sad
blow to all our hopes of sincere
co-operation between east and
west.”

West Germany is apprehensive
about the outcome of the Inter-
national Committee deliberations.”
The best we can hope for is tha!
20 countries will abstain, 14 wil
vote for us, and nine against

“Nine are countries which were
overrun by the German army in
the last war.’—Reuter.

Courts XI.
Play Liberty

A COURTS’ XI captained by
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery will engage
Liberty C.C., in a cricket match at
Liberty grounds today, April 28,
and Saturday, May &§.

The following will represent the
Courts: J. W. B, Chenery (Capt.).
G. H. Adams, I. V. Gilkes, D. A.
Roach, R. W. Kellman, F. ©
Phillips,.D, T, Daniel, E, EH. Thorpe
H. Durant, W. Sealy and S. Mille:

GETS NEW BUILDING

ROME, April 27.
Foreign Minister Count Carlo
Sforza to-day officially handed
over to the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organisation a



huge nine-storey concrete build-
ing onee dedicated to Mussolini.
—Reuter.



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\lso in this team to tour Aus-
i later this year are four
who were members of
I, team which tovred
India in 194°, tut failed to
eet places on the 1950 team
to England. These are Denis
Atkinson of Barbados Wil-
fred Ferguson, Trinidad spin
bowler Ken Rickards, Jamaica
batsman, and John Trim, the
British Guiana fast bowler
Four member of the
to England who lost
places to those mentioned above,
ire C. B. Williams, K. Trestrail,
1 Pierre.
players



1950

team



eventeen chosen

J. Geddard (Oapt.), D. A
Atkinson, F. Worrell, BE, Weekes,
>. & Wateott,

Barbados; J, Stolimeyer, G























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Gemez, P. Jones, W. Ferzuson, Bes

S, Ramadhin, S. Guillen (Trin.

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Valentine (Jamaica); R. J
Cbristlani, J. Trim (British
Guiana)

Russia Will Take
Part In Olympics

STOCKHOLM, April 26.

Russia intends to take part in
ihe Olympic Games next year,
Konstantin Andreianov, Vice-
President of the Moscow Sports
Committee told a correspondent
of a Swedish evening
today.

“We intend to send teams te
the winter games in Oslo and
the summer games in Helsinki,”
Andreianov added.

It has not yet been decided
which events we will take part in,
We have as yet insufficient inter-
national connections to take pare
in all Olympic events, but we
hope to complete our arrange-
ments during summer.”

Asked if Russia
least take part in
skiings, skating,
ming and free athletic,
Andreianov replied: “It is ton
early to say yet, but it is quite
possible .

The Soviet Union
ago cabled the International
Olympic Committee Secretariat
in Lausanne requesting member-
ship.

Affiliation to the International
Olympic Committee is essential
before a nation can be invited to
compete in games,—Reuter.

would = at
ice hockey
boxing, swim-

two days



What’s on Today

Lower Courts—10.00 a.m.

Yachting—2.30 p.m.

Police Band—G.F.S.. Coun-
try Road, Annual Fete—
3.30 pom,

Netbali —. Queen's College
vs. Ursuline Convent’ at
Queen's College — 4.00

p.m.

Basketball — M.H.S. vs.
H.C. at Modern High
School; Pirates vs. Police
at Distriet “A”—5.00 p.m.

Table Tennis —Everton vs,
Foundation — 6.00 p.m.:
Malvern vs. Aquatic —
7.00 p.m; ¥.M.P.C. vs.
Barna—7.30 p.m.

CINEMAS
Empire: “The Modlark” 4.45 &
8.30 pom
Roxy: ‘Under Current” & “Night
Must Fall” 4.30 & 8.15 p.m,
Aquatic: “Holiday Affair” 5 p.m.
Olympic: “The Spoilers” &
, Seven Sinners’ 4.80 & 8.15 p.m,
Noyal: “Retentless” & “Last For
Gold” 4.30 & 8.30 Pm,
Plaza; “Beauty and the Bandit’
& “The Living Ghost” 9.30 a.m,
“Not Wanted” 4.45 & 8.30 Pom,





The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.45 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.10 P.m,

Moon (Last Quarter):
April 28

Lighting: 6.30 p.m,

Migh Water: 9.22 a.m.,
11.14 p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington):

.08 in,

Total for month to yester-
day: 5.23 ins.

Temperature (Max): 82.5° F

Temperature (Min): 72.5° F

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,
G p.m.) E.S.E.

Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.997,
( p.m.) 29.911





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Rascal Heads “B’’ Class:
R ogu e 6 eg 9 -

Seriecanal asics

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

,

TRIM

-

By Our Yachting Correspondent |

GEORGE STOUTE’S Rascal,
so far heading the “B” Class of the R.B.Y.C. races.

figure is only up to the end
Seventh will be sailed today.

Raseal went into the lead after
winning the Fifth and Sixth Re-
gattas. She has a lead of 1.66
over Gipsy second in the line up

Third in this class is Moyra
Blair which began the season very
successful. She was first in
the first three regattas but in the
fourth she was beaten by Stanley
Cheeseman’s Ranger, scoring her
first victory in the “B” since pro-
motion, Moyra Blair’s average so
far is 63.16.

In the “C” and Centreboard
Class Gerald Nicholls’ Rogue is
leading with an average ot 73.58
with Seamp second 73.02. Peter
Ince’s Gannet is placed third with
69.84.

At Top

Sydney Nurse’s Clytie is at the
top of the Intermediate Class with
an average of 66.04. Coronetta
with 60.38 is second and Reen
with 58.49 third.

The “D” Class is headed by
Olive Blossem which has a good
lead over the others. Sinbad and
Buccaneer are tied for the second
position with an average of 66.67
each and third is Van Thorndyke
with 60.00,

Avereges

Averages up to,the end of the
Sixth Regatta are as follows;—

“B” Class; Rascal 65.17, Gipsy
64.91, Moyra Blair 63.16, Wer
Cloud 62.08, Ranger 61.02, Fan-

tasy 49.12, Wizard 28.57, Mis-
chief 40.35, Flirt 57.89, Okapi
50.88.

“©” Class: Missbehave 35.56,

Seamp 73.02, Rogue 73.58, Peggy
Nan 33.33, Folly 61.90, Ganmet
69.84, Magwin 61.90, Comet 32.08,
Edril 23.81, Cyetone 60.38 ant
Vamoose 60.00.

Intermediate Class: Gnat 49.06,
Invader 50.94, Coronetta 60.35,
Eagle 57.78, Mohawk 54.7!
Dauntless 54.72, Reen 58.49, Dawn
43.40 and Clytie 66.04,

“D” Class:—Buccaneer 66.67,
Imp 55.00, Seabird 25.00, Sinbad
66.67, Peter Pan 10.71, Olive

Blossum 75.00, Van Thorndyke
60.00 and Raimbew 57.14.

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Lamotta Cannot
Fight Robinson

NEW YORK, Aprii 27.
Jake Lamotta, former world
middle-weight champion said to.
day he was giving up his contract
rights for a return title bout with
the present holder, Ray Robinson,
because of weight problems.

Robinson beat Lamotta on a 13
rounds technical knockout on
February 14 of this year, A return
bout was to have been held in
June, Lamotta said he could no
longer make the middleweight
without weakening himself but
would like to fight Robinson again
at 165 pounds, He intended to
campaign for a erack at Joey
Maxim, light heavyweight cham-
pion,

“I am willing to meet any light
heavyweight contender to earn the
right to fight Maxim” he told Jim
Norris, President of the Interna-
tional Boxing Club. The IBC had
planned to stage the Lamotta-
Robinson return.—Reuter,





Fast Red Horse

4 LONDON, April 26.

Soviet horse breeders in Ka-
zaskhstan, South Russia, have
developed a new breed of horses
— the Capleee Kustanaisk which
they claim are better than Arab
breeds, said a Tass Official Soviet
news agency message from Alma
Ata,

It added that one stallion coy-
ered about two miles in 3 min.
29 secs, and another pulled a load
of 11 tons along a main road.

~-Reuter.



B.0.A.C. Double
Up Bahamas

Sir Miles Thomas, Chairman of
B.O.A.C., before leaving London
by air for a three weeks’ tour of
South America and the Carib-
bean said:

“In the West
and Caribbean areas
already a welcome sign oj
increasing activity. Our services
from New York to the Bahamas
are showing very good results
We have more than doubled oi)
business in six months,

Indies
there ji



athletes than our police are
and there is a wider field for
| selection, Denny told the

Advocate yesterday.
Barbados Police

dad May last year.
second in the quarter mile and

Trinidad's
| Bridgeman

Barbados,

Prince and

| here to the
| Police meet. Tull won the half
mile, Prince the quarter mile and
“We have a lot of old scores to

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Policemen
Leave

Three policemen Harold
Arther, Eric Denny and Albert
Blenman, lejve Barbados this
evening to take part in the Trini-
dad Police Athletic meet.

The Trinidad police are keener

The same three represented the
team in Trini-
Denny ran

Archer third in
yards.

the hundred

A few weeks later, fresh from
their victory over

Tull,

came

Bridgeman the 100 and 200 yards
sprints.

wipe off,” Denny said. Archer
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given by the well-known
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SECOND ANNUAL

BENEFITSHOW & DANCE

DRILL HALL (GARRISON)
On
FRIDAY MAY 4TH,
at 830 p.m.
In ald of the Christ Church Baby
Welfare League Clinic
MADAME IFILL Presents
THE “STAR BUDS" of 1951
Patrons:
Cc. Gale, M.LC.,
Mottley, M.C.P.
By kind permission of Colonel
Michelin and under the Direction
of Captain C. E. Raison, A.R.C.M.,
M.B.E, the Police Band will supply
the music,
ADMISSION; :—:
Dancing after show.
Refreshments
Evening Dress Optional

GIRLS’ FRIENDLY
SOCIETY
ANNUAL FETE

Under the Distinguished
Patronage and presence of
His Excellency the Governor

and Lady Savage

1951

Honouraple_ V.
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will be held at

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on SATURDAY, April 28th

Opened
from 3.30 to 6.30 p.m,
There will be the follow-
ing Stalls: Flowers and
Variety, Needlework, Sweets,
Household, Books, Cakes ani

Tees.

For the Children there
will be Pony Rides and
Lucky Dips.

By kind permission of Col.
Michelin, the Police Band
conducted by Capt. Raison
will play.

ADMISSION — 6D,



BIG. MAY

AMERICAN | ) AY MEETING

held under the auspices of

THE BARBADOS LABOUR
PARTY

and

BARBADOS WORKERS’
UNION

at

QUEEN’S
PARK
On TUESDAY (MAY DAY)
Ist MAY, 1951, at 8 p.m,

Speakers will include:—
Mr. M, E. COX, M.C.P.
,

T. O. BRYAN, M.C.P.
A. E, S. LEWIS, M.C.P.

H. O. ST. C,
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SATIKDAV ,\I*RI1. 2X. 1951 n.VRRADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. T^J* !" ^ •ELlfHOHI *• For Bittht. Marriage •* momnl ; %  MWNMMOU In Carlb Callm* the charge MOO fur any IN I'l 111.14 SALES :. %  '• Mae **> 1 .Ud.Uon.1 ord MWH %  and < NeUaa* only .lirr 1111 for D'alk nop BABBI4 Qp April n. 1*31. at h reetderwe. Oatha Lodaw rortabrlae. tin Daman. E.nabaiji H !-<"•' leav-i IK, >Wr renae-tce M 4.3S p rn 1-K!-, c '"sr&, e „„,.. UIBAD, un cs %  * TIII : % %  RLAL KSTATE Tr, %  de.-rable i i*or led trebold n aa -Cultodrn %  ad*, with lha dw eiunghoui tout.1 A loden and Dalkeith land thereto con tan *et The hoot, tor dining room.. Iibr,-y MfM oownata.r. a !" _, badrounta >na wllh batli and THANKS I.OVIII thi. medium I ,. thoaal kind friend* of roruSoarnre. or -cd their aympauiv Mra. C Bonn (Waffl. Mclnloah inlecei. baa thr< thar.k.. to %  aril wrealha. Publir Official Salr • Tka %  1 %  X <>> %  Mi irwfct* Ih, 1Mb I AM i ••I Mnv IPS1 ... iha will be *old ai ray otter to the bighrwi l.indcr all that certain place of Land containing by a dm* usu rente, it 3 sir; 1411* re '"' %  •"*'• %  > t'arlah or Cily of Saint Michael butting and bounding on two udea on land* of Barbados t Untiled, on Linda oi fta. i f ..nd on iha amid road ._ ,.l Button Mill. 1'wrih.r with the Chattel i all appurtenance* AIIIK IvM Iron V. I Phillip* loi and toward* Uli : ataa H as4 —Id UP -i.h day. Mid a*|, %  III ba kept opru and .1 luDwqcwm d-j -ill ba n.,,1 iu, aatd aakt. i"b. paid on day T T Itr-AIHXY. Provoat Marshal 1 ,..,. %  • mm I -. %  M B> GOVEB.VMEM MURES REMOVAL OF THE LABOIR v*ELFARF. < BOOSING LOANS) "i;i.AM-\im\ \xn 1111 I'l \S.\NTS LOAN HANK The gam Of the Lnbour Welfart i Housing Lomsj 11 1 mi %  nd the Peasants' Loan Hank will be removed to Pinfold Hou; PinlOld ft from the 7th May, 1951. 28.4.51.—2n 1 bum I lot rilatl will ba publiwicd and tool roe The data of aala la tar. I between 5 p m and fl p m any day rr*p< Sunja t ,„, ^ppoifit. oil*, ina owner Mr. SI Clair Hunt* .. paw apnia lina c aad 11 rania pa* apaia Una o< Sunday* %  '•'""cbairaa II H n j^, d kl aw #adapa KOTICE IS KTJiniV ,. tha m """on •* *• Vaatry .( ,:. Salnl Aiian lo ba c. %  niroducad Into lha Houae uf Aawinbi- Ibia Uand a Hi. %  Vaalry lo borrow %  (urn not nrradmr MOawOP lor lha purpoar %  ullaaaat ouarlara tor lha Nuraaa at |hr Ballaplan-. iha loan to >a*d MaVkfaH Inf. 4*i par b) ha 11 aajual an o* lha uld pa C A SKINSfl' I r .1 U. L W Cl-MOCI a> CO.. Si,; lt ,i..|. Mai at.4 ai-da. 7£ !" "'" %  %  "" I o ALE ..Had Si Brrag .( M*.*,l! Road •Ula of , 01 an Art* ,,f land and a n-ntlortablr hou., *r, lc h u bull! ol .10.* .nd ond. and ha. „pa„ varandah on two MriA fl.wrd aalla^y in from, drawina artd umiaa non... bad morn., brJi(aai ronrii. nudam kiichan. aaraK". anl ~.'r %  II lha purflia... r Mill pay .ump duly on, propi-ro which coruUU of H add acr U | land "rf K...._ I 3ITVT— in iwo-lhlrda which % %  \ry inf Mia o( land alluatad In Nay> M 4 81 !|n AUCTION By inatrtwtiofM rnraHrad from lha Bac"1'7 ZL^* Ganaral HoapiUI 1 will •all by Pub inrompalnion at lha Nur Hum, on Thuraday nral, ltd May -rtoch on. Piapo bv Kohl,. __ canipbrll IXArc. A nroli. AucUonaar. Tl A M An By InatnatUana I *m .,'1 by PM B IK nwtlan on tha ipol on Urdnaadav nan I* 2nd of May al 1 oClork 0! Bank tall Main Rood. 3 houaaa from All %  mil Church. Una ihraa roofod hou** 1IO1 oulHifnci NOTICE TMR RAKBADOMITIAI. IlrrA-.IB\M| viillli Mat 1 1 %  USTACB 11KN ANTHONY 1'AHMKIi havirul madanrorn dapoMtloo Ih.-i Policy Na 11.S3T on hU hi, h*. bar ioat. and havma mad* 4ippilralto n t ihr Dirnlwi lo (rant a 1! iplHat, al lha aam,. NOTICE a har,b> -rn that unlaaa any OIIJTMIOT. I. raaaa %  innnth al UM d.i'%  . PalU-y a>kad for -ill ba taauad. %  y Ordar. C K BROWNK. 11 4 il-*i IOH HIM m % % %  j..d. b M *~4i — vrf M I OH SALE aaraa raatra araak tl camia AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES >i-\i:rMKifT foi T* IT'***** 1 Boa BI iahad apartanrni badrooma. daraap aFrom lat Jwaa r. si 4.1 %  : •" %  V,r> rdam 1 badrooa, I •I balb. nwdarn kiichan ate AvalaatMa. unfurruahad on II monlhi M> Rln| brat or *aU M 4 I-Sn "• ordar. Phon, JO %  it..bw fo. making pirk--.ii MjkWaa* 1 CAB .* S4„a„ Car BHOt Apply Jordan. Jam*. Btraal. BKy.la R,CAaV-M.urM • Touring v^ r good Coo •1110a. Ptiana Oaorca Shrrta atn a *** 4 al -a.i CAaV IBM Buick • "...haic-i s..iiaaw ai aapacully for Brdmon.i 1".Miiiar and Dinim I M Clark,.' WAOOON Ona 1PU VI Ford f*. %  •" m P-l rondliio.. Appi. N %  a Blu "i.plrltd W.ia... aapaaaaM nahad ar URMTIKK NOTICE 1 > %  1 -M or i JAM). Trndari lor ronvaj ina r or ih. Burial of iha daad will b* ra> •ivrd by Ihc undriugnad. from whom .11 partariilan may be obUinad. up to -aiiirday BBh April lll P II TARILTON. Clark. Board Poor Uw Ouardli SI Jm-r k .-.•tructnn '"" %  nil onlh S Bad Rooma wllh mum WIIBT in aarh room. Bulll-ln •an m I Roonu. Dinuni Room, luicta and Balhi Hudarr, Typa Ba buill-ln Cupboard*, fl raaMar Room*. Garan, and Waah '-"• Hou., pli.-n, 1.M1 M 4.31—I I n ..Mi ::•'.,. %  B < MAMDOa Bad A., 11. iuvula pully fiiMiiihtd Available May 1Mb tnapacUon by appointmant Pnona 94M Of %  "III lln I FLAT BMumonl. Hi>tm|i unforiilahrd DtnlnaT and ftltima room 1 bedroom*, running water. Kllrhan wllh rpa, u.ual converuanraa No pal. m nulJ*S* :i :: %  Dial 43. th, hlfhrit blddn aaata MM I.. IVAR47Y A. SCOTT. Magailn, I.,, 17 < In: In OLD AGE PENSIONS TinOld Age Pension Paying Office In Bay Slretu has been removed to "llartadale" ti cottage in White Park Road, opposite the Barbados Foundry Ltd. Pensions will be paid there as from Monday, 30th April. 1951. H. N. ARMSTRONG. iii PostiYiMter. General Post Ollice, 25lh April. 1951. 27.4.51—2n THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF NEW \>IS|F.KI1AM. HEKHH-E. 1IKITISII (.IIANA Invite ipplitutiotii rrom Mechanl' cai and Btortncal Kni Lm ti-.,. m 11 . < iiiKi I.\I;I\H:I; 10 THE COIM II. Applicants, who should be qualiiied Mech.uiicul or Electrical tngiruvrs and have had good ex. pcruiice of internal combustion engines, will be r.tiuired to Rdrnbiiati r ai ihe Council's engineering services com. piiMiiH a f-uctiuti producer gas engine and Diesel driven electric power station with an itislalk-d capacity of 596 K.W's, the 2,300 volts primary. 110—220 volts s ondary, 60 cyclci alternating current overhead •Itctrltfity distribution system, the Water Works pumpuiK plant (UO h p.) and the water mains systim; anil exercise 1 m ral tupan %  %  • tba work of the Council's Town Sup.nn. in an executive and preference will be given to applicants who are. or are eligible! I %  ; 1 rnbaratilp iif the Institutions of Mechanical or dec. trical E01 % %  %  %  1 pcrwnce of Suction Producer Gas and Mtael enrjjinifs would alto be an advan. tag* Applicants must not be more than 45 years of ago and must state age and nationality in their applications. The person selected for appointment U the post will be required to BUbl a medical fntarnlnatlcM as to his fitness. The salary of the post t| £ 1.000 per annum, and fnv current for| Canada domestic purposes is provided. Tinappointment wlu.h will !,-< %  0B the wall i* %  three-year contract in U %  Jcct to the previous approval of the Governor m Council of the Colony of British Guiana, and carries I %  I at the rate of one month, tor 1 ;.. %  Passages for the Engineer, his will and up :o tiro will ba paid In lha caa 1 %  outside of British Guiana. Applications which should be addressed to the undersigned must be received in New Amsterdam before the Wn May. 1951 D. DOW. Town Clerk, New Amsterdam. Berbice. Dritish Guiana 27.4.51.Bv Public competition al my orrlr, al Maaann, I411' on Wedneeday nakl lha and May at 1130 o'clock, one apol of land .ttuate ol Deacon* Road, bv #drnraiuremeni 1434a aq ft wllh a frontad* of M (i ALSO Una buainaaa prcmlara al Tweed.id. Hoed Shop, houae and utual out-oracaa tocethar wllh 1J1 I land inipecllon on application M:. Bad K,.i„ 1L.111 S.ll. Auc LOST A KM Ml LOST CAT SIS Reward Offered lo. recovery live of Slameae Mala Cat. Mining 4nce March Mth. Maawell Ptalncl. r*i. ttaa. n M-Jb. (JLASSCSi pair blu, rlnn ,„ a R, 11U iifTrred Johnwil Slallonrry Btt-'l-ln Till: RAKRA1HIS (TVH. SERVICE ASSOCIATION NOTICE is IIF-REHY aivTN thai %  i taken in Ihe Council Chin r. Ponding* on Saturday. zath mat between lb, hour, of %  .1 rn and 1 p.m far the alert lot 1 ol j SRrHETARY and FlVat paraona lo aerve on the Council lor Ihe year 1PM NOTICE IS imiTJlV OatVaTJI 11 .1 .1 li Ihe aatffltDon of the Weatbury Cemetery Board to be earned to be intr..du*el kaW llw Houae of A.* nihlv ol thia*Ialahd a Bill to amend Ihe Weatbun Cameterv Act IPPB ao . lo lncre.i-e the panalttea to, breathe, of the rrauUUon. f-r lb. conduct ol the C1mrl.1v and to leduct the amount of MtaM required to be Biven by thChaplain on |—|Rla| hi. z ppoliainrnl. It D MOTTLBY. Chairman of II,1 nm-ki BVUIII Mlnimit.1 chiirpa t.eek M centr Sundoui 31 „ ,„ word, ) car. a krord W toord SUadot/i. IH/..P SHOP No ',1 Ai>pl> M 1 "SKAFOHTII %  Worthing on oppoalle II— deivoua Oap. Dra dining r, .in*. S bed room t, 1 %  %  InaUlled Al panraaUataPM From May lat Pnr funher particujar. Dial-am or MM 14 4.91 -4n IPBTAUIS -TT '-' %  fa, -ight per*" Phnr, :— %  4-1 In MISCELLANEOUS iiorsr. I'nf. loo ma belweai. Dial tl.111 or .''. CAFIS III Piefect Forda %  THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN 0 From Page 4 be programmes on contemporary sports, but also on archery and speedway racing, cioquvt -il t.ible-tennis, and out-o/-#ason sports like steeple-chasing. It Is the boast of the Overseas Service that It was the first to Like up with enthusiasm the idea 11I the FeM1v.1l. We KOI cracking when it was .till a smile on the face of Parliaflpint," thev say. "Our men trie -pot lo record tIo v. is Brat sound associated with Britain's 19BI Exhibition — tn*> •quadchy thud of pile-iinvim; on Lha mod of the South Bank lit*. >IUrd m >d All,. .. and. Kuah Eaay Chain in I'm, .n.i !M Clvnr. n TS with Arm. M M and r* aS'V each not foraattlng .1 roue variety of new and Bteo.nl Open daily, B a.m. 1.. 1 incliMma ll(r..kf.„t. rloaad mld%  aiiMday. • %  M an NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES %  titled hat irg -hut. had notice and thpt I will la lor the aueta 1. 1 Tenon r claim I .hall -hen ha thereof to had none* And all peraona mdrbtmt | e.lal, a., in)..,.t n | t„ w m, tM ,„ dabtadr— wttheut delay. Dalr.1 lh>. Hih day .>( Apnl It6| Al linmiA HA1 %  of Gla.lvAlb,.I..RardkwJ GOVERNMEM NOTICE %  mrliirr and nttlna. ol .. D %  re In Swan Street stork valued .1 ltj.au Mclei Jolui Bui arc earn whit am i,, sTOVkr. Valor %  re advance in pric I M 4 ai an aJtaji laMat -It IT 11 V.S 4-an he louahl al BUvrt, IU'UO Dial MM. Bill One Hi St, Dukea. Si. I Tank. eapa. I; condition. App 3 Tli.ima*, Phoi %  S 4 51 4n WATCH (1..U1 Hch at allractive • ka M, or a • 11 in %  '.t be ftoorad in U 1 1 Ht) "' %  CwrSI |l BJ tOf join IliMH. il >,.., v %  II MIUI--,-S H HMTI 1(1. H.J-I 'ci you will And a laiga aalecUoii i.e .... %  ,.. %  1 1 .. %  .,.. 1 I ~t.aw Mali" 2d I M n. POST OF ASSISTANT SITERINTENDENT OF I'l HI.If WORKS ST VINCENT. It Vt I APPLICATIONS UN nvitel for lha vacant pint of Assistant Siii-nutendeiit of Public Works, HW1 Th.sslnrv of V-L poajt is In the scale of SI.Will IH 1 annum rislTt bj .iiimi.il in. leniints of aaj i $a\400 i-r .oiiiuin That post ]* penstonahli A cost of livinc al Iha fata of $190.20 per .1111111111. or at such other rtrta as may he prescribed from time to linn, IN p.iv,i!>le A transport ll the rate of $480 Ml aiimiin. to Which a temporary increase of 331'; has D4B 1-. Liiso pakL %  its should hav. ing knowledge of tho rilllining, setting out and Kmtlll.tH.ll of btlllillllgs. %  oads and waUrwYbrkj and Utsir nijiinlrninie. e\peu. nee in a Public Works Ilepiiil'iient or with a xputable firm of contractors ami • 111 the field oig.misaroo of worfci .'• %  i.ii .'iii will ba .ikeii into accowtfl Auplieatioiis mut l>o addicssoil to the Adrrdnlatrator, O01 uMi.e. st Vlncant, 11W I ami shoultl reaih HOI later than 15d May. 1951. Each applicant should stale %  %  .'. \< sitd be po IbV I him. If selected, to law up .l|l itinetll Crovernment office. St Vine..it. H W I 3lst Man I !> I 5.4 KEATINGS KILLS fa Contain* > f v* fc "Ora,, D D.T. \^^SJ Larga.mcdlumahdtmalliiiaTIn V TnaTaTaataSaTaKafaasa^ eV',-,'',','e*e*,:'>C'V,','a-a*a**'**,*,'-\ 5 Wanted For Caah ^ >; sTwii-. V MllS IKI \l M Ml \l I \ SI \\ ZFAI-AMt LINE. LIMITED HI AN 7 ...AR1B1. utlad Priaban, aWlrrwal •! Barb.aaoa Kay M Ml\IUA ,. uhedul^ lo aaul •m llobarl. IKh Ma>. Aa.lai-U SSIh *>. Melbourne ath June. Brl*b.nc M June. S>dnay Urd June. tllUaag Tiinldad during latler h-il %  -I l..eerpoa. In addition lo general carg* thi. %  ael haa amnkt hipmenl at Trlnld—I to a. 1-cca.ard and Wird*a:u Iiland* iHt Hallfal Apnl 30th Ma> 1411. May Mth BFllNADOTTr." i'l> hatr limn paaarnail artera KORERT THOM LTD. — NEW VORK AND Ol'LF SERVICE. AITLV:-DA COSTA A CO.. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE PASSAGES TO EUROPE COSMHt Ai.lillu. l>rodurU, Umltnl. Rowou, Domjnic-a. for %  Ullni la Buropo fortnightly. The usual port, ofjall m Dublin, landon, <" mmraani. single fare no, %  I. luUlren. .•.•.V.KKV.tKV.WtiM-^'.'-'.K .'.'.KK'-"~' :5-.KV.l-.-.K-.'.ii-.-.-.-.tr.KIM-.tS'.V.-.VJV.-.SMlMSK^"---">> Par bait Bandy rn fpajprrr Spill Roller %  •"--/.. • St1lt" Featuf* enables dismantling and re*ssemhllng to be etTectcd w.'.. ease. speed and economy. 4i:VIU.\l. FOINIIHV Las*. i-i. 1 iiemi Lana. Kistian Science { j Reading Room \ DelivcrKl within a radius limited to thi mile stone on Highway 1, V ncr on Highway 2. Walerford Corner on Mii'.hway 3, Quo Hi il iv... Highway 4, B Hall on HlghwEy •> %  Wildey Junction "ti H way 6. and Oislins Town on Highway 7, $1.00 per 100 lbs. • d beyond the alorenuti' $1.25 per 100 lba. e*,*,V,-e*e',*,'-'-',','-',','.'. W. *// TWf ttasswal Road. Michael. A*>: 40 years. Colour: Hku'k. Httlght: 8 ft. 4 ins. Build: Medium. Face: I


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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRDAY. APRIL 2*. 1MI HENRY Tins COCOMALT 133 Tins PLANTERS' PEANUTS 96 %  — % %  — A REMINDER BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. HEADACHE? You ara doubly aura of r*b*< wbsn you taka Alka SalUat for your thaadacha.. btnuN Alka-Saltaar contain* an anal(ic to NM paina. and an alkalwir-f agatit to uflMt ^ M U>UK acidity* oltan %  tad* nun mi.w*a*jm " v^— *—^ with haadacba*Have %  rpply handy mtwmyt AlkaSeltzer I hlle You Sleep t pj • It rot a— t a r aaan> aujataug fatTaUaaVt aarf r*a* •*• •* P>"> '*•" %  -•• ?• -EMS*: IB IH !*% %  I" M vnwn Ul 1 -, ir, ,*!• %  nlBUIr Mimii" t mmm acMrMaa. < I aanaiUwaaj a*4 ttbnnaonua U* iifli—n. SafiUffZJruU -a-aSaa ol a**... -atiaa* an IM aMMaM ua aaaaolam. ana -iiaw latM •_ %  C*.an u aa*n M Do- *aa C wa uls l Tli *.iLina aa4 M aaa-iiata .-"•' %  •" *>" w !" y>m"feat a&j ""• L'irjn ,s ^-" -"-— tmaoiMM* .. I M4I ** wart* NaMMT-ajaUfhl (Mwaty ia %  Cystexiirnli; IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW Tins GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 24 21 Pkgs MACARONI Tins JACOB'S CRACKERS USUALLY NOW 35 SI 120 171 145 8U Bots. GROTSCH BEER 24 18 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street The Barbados Mutual Life Assurance Society AT THE 110th YEARLY HUM WHY .l\lll\l MKETIMa Held on Friday. 20th April The Directors reported that another SKUSSIII YEAR had been completed. The Principal Features disclosed were :— NEW BUSINESS : 928 Policies were INCOME i CLAIMS issued assuring From Premiums Interest Dividends and Rents .. $ 417,030.25 /.M Income Tax 35.034.33 1,806.262.00 953,086.11 381,995.92 By Death 51 under 69 Policies assuring $ 132.757.00 Bonus 57,372.00 $ 190,129.00 By Maturity 201 Policies assuring S Bonus 292.323.00 89.560.00 $ 381.883.00 HATE OF INTEREST : 3eiore payment ol Income Tax 4.2 per cent Alter payment oi Income Tax 4.01 per cent COMMISSION & EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT : Ratio to Premium Income 15.12 per cent LIFE ASSURANCE FUND Added as result of year's working .. S 484.477.00 The Total Fund is now 9 ,950.513.00 INVESTMENT RESERVE FUND Now Totals .. S 626,555.00 C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. ,*.^**','.'.*,•,-.-.-,*.',*.'.-.-^•.-.•^-.*.'.•.'.'.*.-.ivwww///w///ww/,'Mmv/MWrfMwMtwm^



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SATIRDAY. APRIL 2S. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE TIIRrX. 3 Inch Elephants LONDON. April. British Industries I 1 I the most unusual t-xhibits at th> 'be held in London and Birmingham from April 30 to May U will be a microscopic zoo. Elephant*. Britain Has Less Women leopards lions. liters and isuxing onlv one inch iches and lea* than l 10.000 of an inch thick will be %  howfc bj chemist Edward Gurr. of Edward Gurr Ltd. 42 Upper Richmond Road East Sheen. R> JOHN CAMSELL landon, S W H liONDON. April The animal* have been sliced The Annual Abstract of Statislongitudinally with • precision Ue revealed that Britain's popucutter from unborn embiyoa in •gemg, and the surplus which all the morphological of women if slowly dwindling. characteristic-of the adult animal Since 1871. the report said, tin.ire present, in miniature population has Increased by 85 Purpose of the exhibit per cent, but the number over 65 rose bv 300 per cent. The over 6Vs totalled 5.351.000 in 1MB. In 1932 Britain's surplus of women was 1.865.000. Bv 1948 it had dropped In 1.481,000. and .n 1*49 it was 1.463.000. The numbtr uf malts in 1919 totalled 24.45O.O00 The report showed that in the vane vcar Britain's total populaUon topped the 50.000.000 mark for the second time. The Abstract alto revealed: Beer-Drink in*: Down Beer-drinking was down 2.000V000 bulk barrels on 1948s 29.000. 000 (in 1938 it was 25.000,OdO i Charges n( dnn., per cent up. but onlv 80 %  I pro war and IT per COM of illustrate the UH of special biological stains and reagent' developed bv Gurr for medical research It Is claimed that th* make It possible ft* scientists to detect cancer, tuber.phtheria and tropical >imeases si an early stage of 'ii-vel*pmenl. Stain Detects Cancer The main feature* of the ,'iniinuls to bo shown at the chsmicsj section of the B.I F have i>een highlighted with these staina In vivid colours to make microscopic examination easy. Gurr is now exporting bating—a record number 231,000.000 meals were acrved by %  %  £*' uterinK places — three time* an P""** 1 • ,., vi MI i %  % %  %  •pvniiii stain*. ^^ reagents and other products to m nearly every country in the world. Many product* were Invented by Gurr solely to meet special request from Pobifi iarv Larceny Case i \Ai 1MR. c. V.HOi'SK Adjourned r ,, IK -.„. _, .. rwsifltMirc Hsclwioi Hnll, .".r • VSt' ; A" S huh E " Hulson. _,„„„.. .... f !. %  ££*"" by ."^i^S' C i W,0, h look plcc ,1 llw SI J..v Urcrrrj on April JO. of articles ,„, ,. TKUIKUV valued .1 5. 9d. the property of ,£„ xhr ,„, nU were perOovcn.or.in E.ecutlve Comtoraml b H l. Rev. U W mute.-. ..is udjourned by a City Umtky Pollee Wipstrale yesterday until Ur House was bom i .2 ', „. „ lla>ertia, Now York an L* \, ?£"T. VI*"?!!" %  -"" %  '•> B.rb.d.1. early In l3 G( ernorin Executive Com become one e MM Mlllieajt Be.,r.v. £ [*£" '" ld """ which ha most of Minn i.ury" liea'd.''Eniliy *Snly fS ,jf Greaves End. Black Hock Mr"Hnu>c who a then al Ernests i.iltens „( Browne's Land ,„ .dvaiwed !•• ma* M Ml. : %  ... %  !. fVnaw Ward of „ 10 n„„ Alleyne. l,nd. SI. Michael and ,.,te(v He was irrutcel nn,l p}*£* •>' B.l.ld Lanu ^^ m '„ m , „ ,,?. -I n n> %  a CP ll.^ " V "" ESS". H "%  ri.ciaile.ir ind t he MM case Jeslerday .,in ,,„,, .,„.. kn ,„ i,,,^,,,,, mat on Apnl JO about Hi p m weta of life In ill. he saw ihrw !" le;,v„i UM ,•.„„.,, Hta. and „inei pa.-i. oi Mental l:ospilal lie „, „.„,,,, „,„,,. Police r nstable Junes I ; .,, IndlekUv. of th* UtMU one of ihem. He saw another mmMl! „, ,„,. m .„ h „ „, woman .inln, oul uf he Menl „ ,.,..,,,, „, .... ,„„,. „, h |n„eir llosplul tale and he told her lhan c „ clc duci w.Ui Kav.n been member of the Teddy K' search her bvJRi his ruthloas rollcs •orsscutlen . or to negotiations Ixmdun Gsprass Vrtca lone Britain Will Not Benefit LONDON. April 27 Colonel A. G. R. Walte. Deputy in Motoi Britain the medical Held but many ns "in any pre-war ym •* %  ,hc !" ** !" workers Movie Theatres—In April, 1950, >)*****•• were reallged there were 4,583 wilh a total of ffeuter demand was created. 1221.200 seats. Gurr developed a slain for a Work—Women fmployM %  %  • F"'ch physician which enabled from 7.089.000 in 10< tn 7.270.000. bin, in detect early stages of The distributive trades claimed cancer in women. There is now the highest total or *rorha n %  big demand for this stain (2.B29.O00). followed bv mlscelA British university professor Chairmen of the Aust laneous sen-Ices (2.114.000,. enwanted an easily portable out tit Company does not belle Sinecring. ship-building and for testing water for drinking will benefit greatly from any conelectrical goods (1.834.0001 and purposes, so Gurr invented a eession by Cuba, allowing British iraasportation and communication "pocket laboratory" which is now cars to enter the Island at the <1.8! 1.000) said to be an invaluable aid for Mm duty rate as American cars Education— 9Z per cent of Britexplorers, oversens survev teams This h* ains children up to 14. attend and army medical officers with the concessions put forward by state grant-aided schools. In the troops on foreign service. the Cuban Government to pertnree years to 1949, men teachers suade Britain to sign a three vear increased by 30.000 Nearly tiiu.Will Tackle Any Job contract to buy 1.500,000 Ions vt out of ten pupils had milk providCuban iugar ed at srhool and more than rive Gurr la wIlllW >• Jackie any Colonel Walton his return in ten received school dinners job. His achievements include rom South AlI J Ilfa -|ld he Wcs •—e—Petition. Clod in 1939 the production of a dye that in,^ said Iodll tha y j n ^ls Ground Nut Scheme # K i Page 1 tried to avoid the expense and delay of ndeqiiite experiment* and trials "as In Gambia" the con_ sequences have been unfortunate, pod up Reilh asks the public at home Richer.I Rock, Assistant G and oversea* for a new outlook on keeper of the Mental HoosjHal the aims and objects of C.D.C. In that on April 20, he was on dut the section called "planning the about 6 ;t.m.. when he saw th report" he says; "the corporation's defendant enterlbe Hospital wt wan When he .iskci her Hot hei \ ket %  srss Inside the time knowtedge Q| American admi leepers loom. This woman wa irative methods liMlicatcd th..-. IL Hie defendant Hiilson. On search moved In top ranking so ing her basket he found a bottle .^ aavere illne** BOOM yftH filled with milk, J qvumtity of „ g() limited his aetlvtUea but tcmatoes. a cabbage, a tin eunTaindrspite his verj ing cocoa. short sticks Of god he was believed b macaroni and a quantify or nee nearly HO. he inaiittHiii.tl He asked the defendant where sh< | ur | t UlteTSai in ever) plfeBSC of had got these good^ from and she \,tc oioim^ Inn II, told him thnt she got them fron th* place where she worked. H cautioned her and took the goo*i from tin basket To Mr. Barrows cross exanuiia tlon Cpl. Watson .aid thai all tin goods except the nulk were wrappaper In iiu-t %  sllon nlssed b] .i 9 he had endeared hu irur friendship and manner C*XnA are so Cwtotfi OatK ll*f[0 tiling Curhlipfif |>|IMINI>II FHO.M 141 auvrt • \ are oul. tumMf. .. %  I.i.*rail i.. il.. i. „..e. .1-... kinJ 1" the throsl. prrfrtlK •in.—Ih ana .tili-f\I..M • '!•'•••• ,m Hit World I>. M.I.\M fterno." ^till V (34.44?) were the fewest si 1945 but three times more than ,'i lcriB Desertion was the most frtquent ground. —I N.8. Koyal Cake LONDON. April. r.eorte demonslrated makes invisible lllht rays visible. „,„,„, Brl |d h .!„ %  invention of a mleroseopi.di.p,,., Am.-l-a a. chl.f provTd.r slam to lell the age o( trees ano ot Cuhan ,„„,„,„ the production of a skeleton^^ w „ „,,„„ d mind for OfU Mr which allows bones to b~ cut into thm sllc been reported ah one of po ten „ al mfluence m the Colonies i* 1( ba>kcta. In the ITS to b 0 exaggerated" The about 5 05 o'clock he wi efforts of deployment of duty and the defendant came up £ 100,000,000, won't be very obviUie gateway with two basket; ous he points out. In relation to Cpl. Watson took the basket, Ira population and to new investment \ wr Bnu searched them Tin %  .. %  needed to achieve any consider, were many items of goods in on. abl e Improvement in living stanbasket winch Cpl. W.Hson took dards £ 100,000.000 is a small sum. The defendant told Cpl. W.itM>" sum. that one of the baakMta ^elongc Colonial peoples should be able t„ aomeot.e Cross I'x.inini-l Ho.. to understand, approve of and M | u (hat both lioskets WtW -operate in the Corporation's xa mineft in his office by ( i>' ^rTx'mnma'' *"V l er !y P" .' ^"^ c rB n ,he schemes, and obiectives.Instruc'. WBlson rhe defendant came [nt island, but American influence was such, that cars from country would continue t most sought after whatever anoVher o?"""Vhose i7tYle~Iuman >>* !" m [• Kff'VIlff M He^ent f urVd "uT'luMest howtouches which endears h:n, to the fTffJTS.Ssi^ffihlhZTma **. ,rat Wp Indian territories Ion. when a 10-Te.r old pre SLST'hlTJLa Vn?^ lew '"" "'•"">' mo ' "" J m "',..,,.. -,l %  plale of "^E;*,STheat can." Colonel Walte ld %%'aSrVMMfe had "T cbemTc'a^'^tlon & '<" -—• "•— o, the . „*' Ihe' lake's Te'reu"' Sh' 0'.""pia, '-•"•" %  r""". Other unusual tasks tackled by luin wart: Inventing a ghost dye (for catching a thief) which becomes visible on reaction tions have already gone out ... t"* 1 ci>C's overseas representatives be and managers. Machinery for :onconsulting local opinion "will be used." Special Committees "will be set up where necessary." < office through the front door. Attested, Charged GORDON BRATHWA1TK S3 vear-old labourer of Kirton ~ 1 Philip v.iv yesterday arrested and charged in connection with the hov death of Helena Mullln of Bandy Hill Roini St. Philip. Mullin died last night nhout ~A?> |> m while her way to the Gcnewil manufacturor: -IN S b^r-e^^^Sis' gSaMaWjr-S Janet, disapiwinted, i>aused llurn b-ck lu the kitchen. Btit King George sensed soiwchow how she felt. •1 will have one." he called. Janet passed the plate ami looked gfltafU] ft* •' Kingly gel BEDS WILL NOT tiVT MALAYA RUBBM WASHINGTON. April 27 Communist China and Russia wil] gtj no own rubber Emn Singapoic, J.imvs Cuirie. commerlunsellor to the French Sweep Across Tongking SAIGON. April 27. French Union fortes, continuing their -weep across the Tongking Delta, were today 15 miles southwcsi of port Hiiphong They killed 250 rebels and took 400 Hritish prisoners and & considerable has about B0 per cent When dollars again become available, it Is lt '" a 1 anticipated that Amerlcun cars will be In demand, but Colonel White thinks British cars and particularly. hh own company'* Austin A 40. will more tl|m hold their own in the 'ace of this compclitinn From reports made to me by oui distributors in the West Indies. 1 am conlident of our future success there." he added. FootnoU.. In lha -wk pruod nvtnia lai •*!( Auitlm %  toiar iti.tr ibiitnl TM. cr. ami I rwck. in Ui* W.il bgVl £5 For Boarding Schooner A District A* P"lii REBF.L MOM II AS A Mna* offlcers recently when t'ontninmenl of 110, charged past the onVers' qur.rters and leaped the S ft. rail Into the sea. Officers jj^y U| ( au, wh. ta post mortem examination a suit of f=5!ffi raa£W8s3i !SS iy a derrick. fiactured skull. yesterday fined Thensa Phillips, bettei kn SERVE Hi i Embassy in Washington said here quantity of arms in the last 24 Currie told reporters yesterday hours, a French army cominuniquc that export licence* for rubber said todny. I^na Charles of Bay ljind, si. which were approved on April 0. In Cen'ral Vietnam. French Michael. £5 to be paid in sever would preclude any possibility of Union forces launched a combined days or In default one month's imCtmmuni( Junk" — Heater. April 26. The case wa>. the Police. CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £'s land Discovery RutoresYou... In 24 Hours i—I, •Mserv. "-i -" % %  ..-tn-. %  >, r %  • i.. (land dlM • HIT You can uw the SUM bOMIty rare as lovely t'esyry ('umniim. Siiiijily wasll in warm waicr tvilli tfw ri.ii;r.uit, enun l.ither *nap ilicn rinse with cold. I'urc while Lux Toilet Soap tilings nut the n.itural loveliness ol your eoiitp|i-xi SONS ir-SinUI Limit^Si ^Ts w si i syg/i? A.S. BRYDEN & SONSWDOSJ LTD. AGENTS



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i\r,y TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRDAV. APRIL 2". 131 Qahib Qallinq w ION f>AT FERREIRA. mem I the B.G Legislature %  I from b ( %  -*v. n W I A on a short e same Peter Murray. Lack Pilot H I i LLYN BFUTIN. : ins by i v. | A .shnop.-U rr-iurn to Barbados pn Tuesday or Wedu. %  %  %  A %  : who Kvii to I'VIIV toimtry I was a pilot In thr last D. l* China • % %  i: | work fh in IM4, but DM not four %  Mm ill:r u.-uahiei fit Comings and Goingr M", MRU 1 MUKKAV. %  04 EUdlffUrton .'.ii' I,arhad<*. on I returned ad yesterday afternoon A I A Id Alston Mis-. Mary Tvickrr who Iii Tobacco Ml %  .,' • of ii'fi by H W I A .. boUday in Trim Husband Coming On Wednesday Mother And Daughter Report on Keeping House Bff. Rfl I H II .miiriAN. ft ompanicd by two rhildn AMONO 60 guratt who celebrated the 02nd birthday of Charlie Chaplin at thr 8nvoy were David Farrar, bis even yesr old daughter. Barbara, who cut the cake, and Rjoamund John*. But Chaplin him self was 7.000 mil** away In the United SUM-. And no one at the party had met him perxmally. Hot win film executive LEI. ftrgt port at a two-day adventure in cross-Channel housekeeping. You are invited It call on a French women lining. In Paris, and on her tnarrVd dauuh'rr lirino In Unrein. THE too ivoeem — thariny a native /loir for s-Vippmo ""f. .woklity—fell hoi.' fhev fact their problems. THE firtt report, from Partt, It presented— it. Betl'C'l HLtNT M ONSIEUR LARDEUR makes stainexl-glas.s windows In Paris His wife ought to figure in one of them. Sherook* like an %  JsaaJ She also work' like nobody's business. Every day she does all the marketing. Things do not come to the door in Parti. Even milk .mil bread have to be fetched. You cannot escape the contrasts between Mad aim l-ardeur, of France, and MrSmith of England. If deliveries were made. Madame Lardeur would not change her ways. She would still do her own shopping. 1 like the market best." %  ** told me. "because 1 can see an* ompar*." There is the whole art of shoj,rONTRAKT L Mrs. Smith shops by telephone and tradesi van. You can hardly blank for thai, because there little to see and compare. r her llc.l Is Dear fllunf imi.t m.lit a rhntii (fresh ones naturally )or bacon ind eggs or a macaroni dish. lollowed by cheese and fruit A necessity at meals U Madame Lardeur buys ten litres of this at a time (16s) and it .ists about ten days. i."' ftsjtly Is butter Kvcry Saturday she buys a kilo i tWC and one-fifth lb. ) o' This fwr i5s or 6s. 9d. per lb. CONTRAST 4. Iff*, Smith pay* i.nly 2s. per lb. /or hers, and only * lb. per u..'l Madame Lardeur's Is ben Brittany and tastes itkr btitffr, Mrs, smith's tastes of nothing at all tlgga Cheap A DMIRERS nf OUT. 'level .,f well-heini;" point to tin. UM nffle prices of food in well-fed France. 1 have pointed out some n yself, I will now point out tome more. Madame Lardeur can buy nil the eggs she wants for 2s. 6d. • *J B.B.C. Radio Programme SATURDAY. A pi a a*—11.11 a m. %  | • JO m lOrre*' r.voum. 7 SI nn. The New.. 110 am Newt Anal> Horn the Edltorlala. 1 4 i in. Programme Parse*. 7 SO a m [Tom I he Third Prosreeune; 7*0 %  m ,<.I*I 1...1*. BOO m UuntnwrKe pu, -ri. Ill in Contfjaer ol tr— *m 1)0 Jim Rhythm Rertdeivi m. Lutonlal tfueeuona. UO .lew*. I 10 am Home Ne .inuit. 1> 15 am. Ctrjae Down: feolDell Aitoeialtoe. Cue Fill t m rTDjuemt Perede, II Inlerlude. 12 SO runai The Ni It re New. Aaely.l.. IS IS p IX -.11* a m %  e.K M down They are of first-grade ^tgita? 13-15 minutes Two Bin Moments T WO Ilk; moments in Denis Atkinson's life h;ij-pened tin* I. r Id f \1 Bttty (imldard. daughti and Mrs Bruce (Joddard and her nwther, Mrs. Ida Gon%  %  i day afternoon bj B.W.i A. Mr. due to com Inm Burke i lay to meet all wife who came In on the B.C. pottd nnc wi-ek's holiday Consul in Georgetown is VJsitinu Their Daughtt r M lND MRS. C. H. BURTON i f s-.i ithclydsi have gone to !'. Q on a visit to their daughter. .vili be returning May in, Burton will be remainchurch Baby Welfare inc. I( n f..r I lonner holiday Clinic Star Bud leaving by the same plane were 0 f children doing SonsJ and UOCe mimbers Date flxad f<" the simw "MacArthur for Barbados" A SMALL group of people saw a preview of "the Story of Gen Douglas MacArthur" yesterday morning at the Plaza Bridgetown. Three copies of thi; featurette were flow Hall Terrace and ([^Hollywood (o thf West Insize aim ire %  to DC hrSJ CONTRAST 5. Mrs. Smith is now nautnu *. a dOMR for her siili%  idised efffjs. Her supply Is limilerf. The sire of HM COO) Tiay be beyond que*/ %  their freshness is not. Rabbits, sheep's kidney and pigs' trotters. I noticed with riechenper than in HiUfK amid n-r • rlsaig lucky if she can buy a bo any sort at all. Sausage I LUNCHED will, the Lardeur* We began with luend, butter .-orlmctii "1 %  sages*—the kind eaten cold nf Madame Lardeur told me afterwards that this hn^ diruvre for the five of us probsbly cost about 2s. 6d. Extravagant eating? CONTRAST 7 MR. Ssattll RU0SU hare to irnrt u'lfh plaies of %  OHP. These icoicld irorfc. out at nearly 6d. a brad. Whot is the coniimrisoii both for U'X'dncti and enjoyment be'.•ined soup and sausaw-* of pure delicious pork? Ttu D we had veal Ullels coated '.vilh egg and hreadcrumbs and fried in butter. With them went ome rice. The rice was just shaken with < hopped onion in a little butter When It began to turn golden the ater was added and It was sim-a IS p m Uateneci' Cho*ce. 5 00 pm. 'uulball A-eori.lk>M Cup PllV-l: S U i TV BBC Senltiilv V..neiv urtrintra. I ou p m. Mueic to. DeiH-Un. S > pm 1or<>meie Pardr %  0 f .BS.-l l 9-m ISM M 5-Year Ambilion LONDON. April English horticulturist Norman Rodenhurst and btl tftsntl realised a five-year ambition. They have just eaten a B\i pound pineapple grown In UIK backyard greenhouse at their home at Welford-oii Avon Wai witkshire. Five years ago Rodenhurst found a pineapple top thrown on s 7\ rubbish dump. He rescued it an.: ini planted it in his greenhouse, it """ grew into a healthy plant and pro'."'. dueed a small fruit which finally ," developed into a .fullsiie pine II to apple. Now Rodenhurst has planted the top of this pineapple m I flower pot. In another five years he hopes to be eating anoiV; home grown pineapple. —I.N S. smL made ml and •!. gas second w.i ,ia member of iinW.-t in :ie^ team to lour Australia tlii S TAR M.i i *hlch "Stnr Buds" BUDS'* is the dame Hill's nei i.i ..f HM title o. t show Chrlat dies and will be shown simultaneously in Barbados. Trinidad and Huiish Guiana. M OCMOJ here May 4th at the "wo. B.C. Arrivals TaAISS ELAINE KlaKEAU, ( ONTRAST •. Plain uat Mrs. Siiu'h. Chicory salad foil with vineaai. ollva louch of garlic. Then came I cholc and dessert. . Variety A PART from the obvious meat in two courses, where does the meal differ most from Mrs Smith's'' i -ham Coring wh< B.O. perme.nenlly, Lope B 'I Commla \ % %  L,' ..:..| Mi. Caroline rAawsjon Hnhtman Interest Dorothy Gray Beauty ConBUlUnt, flew in yvsterday from B.G hy 11 W.l.A. and will be in barbados for one week She la May 4th Placab iba Drill HaU, ,.., Hllcsl ht he Windsor Hotel Garrison more about Hill Mr. Anthony R. Gomes who is the loter. Poc'morr't. Return A . %  volume of QevemnMDl M* %  JAl-COLM NIP'-K l'.,1inore. West Indian %  London last week ihu and lounulbri plans to reI. .n.rensing turn to the Wi l < r.ijuirirs lioin people n polilnal pailIbtTi Au;mgeTV) N I emigrate. Normally nients are l>eing mnd P for a fare Win i DM of %  "in |hi BtirtsHI mil party to hCn. A presentation QIM out from their many sportreckon* to take a "slight breathof a pur-.e will i>e made "in apprebig activities Thcv are havln •, tt the llrst uf the visitors elation of his work on behalf of dance at the Paradise Beach CltUj from the Bahamas start arriving coloured peoples throughout the tonight, which if as succes^fu' Accountant of the B.G Council in Georgetown was u passenger liy the same plane The lirst part of his holiday he 1<; at Bathsheba. slayiiu; ,ith the Shepherds. TimrOut 0 NIGHT the Cable and lieless Sports Club are taking 1 WENT Mioppin* with Madame lardeur. She has snops and erMiless street, market stalls to choose from. Prices may be high or low but they are always keen. Madame Lardeur paid 5s. 6d oer lb for a piece of beef for roasting. CONTRAST 2. Mm. Smith canlight, are now not pay more than 2s. 2d. per London lb. for beef, but she con buy Vegetables arc very only Sd. per head per week. carrots, onions, turnips about 2d That 5s .6d. seems dear. But a lb., chicory and endive 5d what is the real value of meat? If Madame Lardeur buys boilEverv scrap of the beef which ing beef for | pot au (eu the Madame Lardeur buys is good to butcher gives her some marrow M t I bones to go with it. (iives them Son.c of the meat which is *ny if you please! Everybody supplied to Mrs. Smith could not knows how the odd marrow DOOM 1 v-ond,-, | l>e made edible by any human give a touch of richness to pot her housel skill ,, ,, What price the cost-of living CONTRAST 6. .Mrs. Smith is Mr* index in terms of old cow beer ^ Madame Lardeur would rather pay the price for meat and her Ingenuity to make the house%  in the New*. 1.10 p. 1 IS p m. Behind u • o m. ft SB Mi n. New> N*w. %  I S M. Sandy Kacphrroti a I I"' T-ire" (rJn; S p.m Hedlo Sr... Fooil>all AeeoeUrllon SATURDAY 10 HO 10 U v. is in as U 7* Mr* IS Si M PROT.RAUMF. prll SS IIIMftSlnl*' Wt liupcrt and the Ice-flower — 14 TrylnB hndt ihu IT IS' very thick jnd %  none, to he quitkly pOini hi triend*. I jy. I've aoi another lolly gooe ,d*. tayi Bill. Algy and 1 eoi quite t ihrill out et ihoonng Mrosi the ice. I.ei'i climb ol | hjhrr hill on UM oi)f aekl i we thould >kid lurthtt when we loch ihe bke." RiRhl-ho." • lyi Kuper:. which hill do you chooK ?" Alsy poinn ro one tide and move* off. Ai ihu momcii Ruprit piute ind 'jr* ''Look it theie msrks," he erics. "The hare ha* pitied ihu wayl" its prcpsu %  and at %  i j'.e Ijirdi ila lighter rise of liberty in from a %  hns a married : In England p %  on arftti iroi here'.' I am going to find out and let on know. —L E S hat summer in England. nor there has been no : tie. Apart from answer% % %  :.' %  ol Briton an others BlUClOUS lo siK-ild a holiday lias been kept fulr i wouldVba i I am told that there have i een rei entlj woild". the one they had last year. .... K\,.U\ n..U aUataaMe l ko P |eaR n t evenings enterPlight Club buccets lalnmont The KI bkiriwl-i 1~\UDLEY HESHU" ol .lainaira. ;;,.., S.outs following In thel in Eriglnnd on contract t" sestorig (Tho Baa Rangers) fool herform at Clro's Nii:ht Club, is steps have put th> .r l>>jt iu ouler kftn now la n pay %  if the btfii rttattt, Apart from his Ctn/a act, Ttn onceri at Queen* Se dances in the Fellas liergnc. Colttifa tuimdit. will help the houseTown keeping moriey go round. "Wc only have meat once | day," said Madame Lardeur. j CONTRAST 3. But coiimienJ /ails me. The daily fare of that French family of four husbund. daugh ter Marie Rose. 23, son Gerard, JO. goes something like this BREAKFAST. Toast, butter, honey or Jam, coffee. DINNER (at 1Z.30): Htfl d'oeuvrc, meat (fish of course, on Fridays), salad, cheese, fruit. SUPPER (8.0): Vegetable soup < HONS\*,-ICH Music Diploma M ISS NELLIE BAILEY, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Bailey of South District. St. _. !" George, has obtained Ue Licentii.y, although and performs, as well as rom. tinngffianiry funds. Nell Hall and ale of the Royal School of Musk) the numltei who finally decide to peres. at the Sunset Club. He has Doreen Gaskm anhelping infim Performer's Diploma. She ob. ', bacome a well-known likurc In with S\Indon's thciitriral clRlaa, AIIVI ;.\ii III:S oh Clarka will piaj IMI'A piano solo. rrtf 1948. %  Miss Builey has resigned her post as Assistant Teacher of the Naparima Girls' High School in Trinidad and now holds Ihe post of Music Officer of the Trinidad Public Library in Port-of-Spam Back to Trinidad M R AND MRS. Jack Kidney'. daughter Madjv. her luisband Mr. "Buddy" Anderson and their who had been in Barbados i. You u mm if. id mi BIntro— OlalUO. lS| a. Httnm <| ( *T ,si 10 I)epen<1< mi ii.r ailitud, UKO. HI 13 IVrinlniM, (Ji IS •—, w 17. Time never waits bit it rrturn. ifi is. (live uourunmenl or sine i 20. I upaele the vine. 181 *J1. fi i ( %  W. adskin worrior. I&I 31. Drub -ort of rerstrier. i4) "I, Low aort nf voice. IS) 4. In aan cum lullOW 1 KllUJIt s> aomtumm to 'a 0 ISuarn t ten i..' Ilsh hiijuxl t'reaiure. wbich i dlaesae mat etAMa I .''...n„f i.if„ ana %  inr i i a us.D( IT' OH It heart trouble • "I Uler % %  !! ..I|i*i.l)M,.iro" I'ornmun a>ni|)tome ut iliith Hinod Hreeaure err NertaU*neaa. headaohae et ion and bark ol h.ij and above eyee. rireaaure In tirad. iliatlneaa. abort i>* : "IUHI. Hi .-II), %  -• % %  17 KVW, urm inq worry. IT fou auHcr any ot these %  ymploma. don't delay ireatroeni a single day. becaoen >uur i,o. ii,.,, i,r in dangar. Naaae trotmerly known ., Mynosl. a new medleal dlorovery, redotea lllsh IU-1 -lib Ihr l.r-l duee, lafc.* 4 heavy load ofl ihe hen, and makeo you f-el >enra > .>ni. r In %  (r-w .lays. in-t NOKCO rrr.ni your rbcmiat today. It Is cusrantrad lo make yuu feel 0l nd ktioiwl i money be,**. I DTD I uerw--,r t HDaiwa* %  mce February 3. returneil Tnnid.id yesterdav jfternoon B.W.I A. Mr. Anderson Is Gordon Cra: Sales Representative. 5 .ttS i • 1 > tirrl 'i BY THE WAY . • By BEACHCOMBER irHN IN CARDBOARD ; KETTLE \>>, SAYS H1SIIOI* Ir^ll ANGERS TRICK CYCLIST •torn Syria. Co Towler. tti' etc Btl gtlng crowds waiting b Ihrough the hoaai in tba Lf a biimless btwler hat." \<* Stah'iwitt A SPOKESMAN ol the Cos : 1 %  1 look of Inquiry. He said "The whole crown thing u a waste of public money. Whot would our grandfather* have said if told that a man 1. old not sloop in a hat without 1 I Ting up a natioii-wit t.e eopied. Send this coupon with your story. — of I illy 'stunt. %  I' done lo %  i ridlculou* lo ihe an! the ruwn of Mi Fuinbling's Irwt*. Nor %  nn one (Oel iv.,i ih affowdn vi^ %  ii.i attnetad :m by .the Every bowler. I .11 or brim-, Ihi 1 vent-. They nre| "ti mtrnial part of the hat's de-; combina the *. I -will the In %  rfanarkable degree The lo welis nunmet will not be i aajaaawi ,liiW'.: .1:1 V (Ha;. %  • %  1 \c\\ SHOWING AT EMPIRE 4.45 & 8.30 Daily You don't rub In Sloan's, you dab It on the affected part gently — Sloan's doe* the rest! Good for aches and palm and stiff Joints too I LOOS res THI rition or as. no** oa mi PSCKIT. SLOANS L iniment 1 PLAZA Theatre-Bridgetown (DiAt 2310) ODAV lo TUESI /VdC#a*iZe<& T)I>AV Will 9 30 CISCO KU> in "HI n AMI tin: IAN PLAZA DIAL OISIIV 8404 %  Tiir -Tour or aiAm-nn Color b> Tea lush aim mtn Hanv FlUaerald smrler Tcnril* CALL or THr ItUI Ann C1RIO and 1.1 11 us KID—ten V///.W//// u \ii; 1 v (THE GARDEN! St. Jamas Toa> S Tomorrow S W p m MATINrX SUNDAY Spm. LOST BOUNDARIES" Stamnt: Beatrice PEARSON M.l KFJIHUI 1 -F ,1. I I > idnile Toniir S*' ih iMonofrom Tlie CISCO Kill 11, •orm or TH. aio GBANDK and Ronald WINTER* aa Charlie Chen in "TUB UOLDEN EYE." i'/.w//*v-' ( GLOBE THEATRE TODAY 5 and 131 p m. .mil Coolinulns Iraai >se StBOM thattntraa IntNAntD CUT CITY ACROSS THE RIVER Ihe Command Performance Picture of the Year! v,-,-.v.v,r.v.v//'.v.v/.v,',v.v.v.v#v*.v.VA'.v.'.y//.' AITEXVIOXH FACTOIIY MVWI.IIIS Take this opportunity o( 'ihtninintj yo>v requirements IN GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Ranging from V*" upwards Flat: MILD STEEL Rounds. Squares in all Sizes i:\lru. : 'll'TS ltd LATIN" jnd BKITIS11 MI1VH: TOM IMPORTANT S:I.MI |.7J .. ;:i MEN'S PLASTIC BELTS BOYS PLASTIC BELTS 11 c, l.c, % • %  > a.^c :ic BOLTS & NUTS-All Sit FILTER CLOTH White Cotton Twill At PRICES that cannot be repeated. EVANS ft WHITFIELDS raw it tmt 1 IPOS nn xmtY 1.1,1. White Park Road, St. Michael DIAL 4328 DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES owiNNt,)-<:0"-v %  As from Tuesday May 1st our Evenlni Shows will start 8 15 P M Promptly so as lo enable our Patrons to Caleb, their Buses. 1 W>W iMi'iiu: TO ItAV I 45 and I 11 . .' Contlnuln : Dnrryl F. Zanuck present o DUNNE In "JHK VIDLAKK .. | with AloCUINNESS Constan.'.. SMITH \ Andrew RAY HOW TO DAS to MONDAY 4 30 and 15 M-G-M SmMhing Double . Robert TAYLOR & Robert MITCHUM In I \1>KR CI'RRK\T" DIAL 422C /AW/.V, .-.-.-,-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-. %  .-.-.'--.-.-.-.'. %  .--'• rXTKA (Ill Round F.V IloxinB—Ronnie Car/ton i tttttH i MCIIT FALL Ml ST Starring Robert MONTGOMF.RY & Rosalind RDaaXLL ROYAL TODAY A TOMORROW 4 SO and 8 30 Columbia Bit Double . Robert YOUNG & Marguerite CHAPMAN %  RRI.E\TLESS AND %  LUST hOR COLD' Starring Glenn FORD fc Ida I.UPINO OLYMPIC TO.DAY to MONDAY AM and S 15 Universal Action Double . John WAYNE ARandolph SCOTT •• THE SPOILERS AND %  S El'E\ SLK/KOtS" John WAYNE & Bmrlrick CRAWFORD



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PAGE EIGHT HAKBAUOS ADVOCATE \ II RIHY. APRIL 2. It. One New Comer On W.I. Team S. l-. ft Valeadhae (Jamaica!: R. j CIUILLEK Christian!. J. Trim iKrllUh MkiMl Cap. OMMB). G n-spondent l(ernt.iiiy'j> obaoCM of roni|ieii' "' %  %  naNueb evening paper in DtXl .. OlRWV'i i IOII w -' Inland to ncnd learns t. In Ihe gamM la to be catattdecwa 1 *' "" %  names in Oslo and by UN [MtanurttonaJ Ofyntpii • "J n *? a 5 r %  anata in Helsinki Committee which maatt in Vienna A ' ,lr *"nov added, next week. J, nM >r hQ( ' **' ''' Weal Goran aiUi in MUI ." '"' II v,, ,i we will lake pari in. lifched Olvriiju. i .. %  i:. iifTUietit int l*unw rrqti—:ii tr • with East Ttiry lea] thai an %  %  %  rwiMrloai, ..fiimi.i 'I.IUHani AfflUaUon in the [ntofiMiUonal Kaflu* ovon Mhlcol ii %  %  UN PjyW '"mmiiiee is the >ole riuht to speak for Ihi •-•' l %  %  noUoo eu inlovltad t whole BOUIlUv. They point 10 WinptH >u fUnm -Krubr. l-ipulation of 4ri.ltOO.000. against the east zones 18,000,000 I)Lsap|M>inlmen1 Sportl writerj In Wet Berlin are disappointed about tne l.irk of unity on this point. nil %  Mttinf mi ut .ii. i man Olympic Coaunltti the disineml>ennem o| Oermnn sport" one wrote "It i n -nii blow to all our bt i M co-operation uttwMn east onfl west.'' WeM Qormany Ii ipsrohoraivv Policemen Leave J h r a e policemen Harold ..diet. tn. Denny and Albert Klenmon. leave Barbados this ventng to lake part in the Trinliloe Alhletic meet The Trmidart police are keener athletes than our police are it %  wide. Held for Ncteclion. Denny Io|d t h •• ft %  O a—al yrftertlay The Mime three repre*i %  utt-d UM Barbados Police team in Trimdad May last year. Denny ran second in the rrheatra SUBSCRIPTION 2 Vi. San )nar Hnrfrom M round-trip F •41-H (roin Sn h> eoniwctinf aiti Redw lur headint: the "B" Clars of the R.B.Y.C racei T) .i r is only up to Ihe end of tha Sixth Rnuttta ami ih< %  Mnbttl will be sailed today. Raseal went MIAMI nto the lead aftei winning ihe Fifth and Sixth He stic ha. .i lead "' t* Iviunotta Cannot Fighl Robinson about tin Die inlcr national Committee deUberaUoas. 1 Th* best we can hope for is tha' 20 countries will abstain. 14 wfl votf for u. mil nine against 'Nine are countries which weif overrun by the I k the last war "—Rruter Courts XL Play Liberty A COUPTS" X! Mr. J. W B. Chenery I Uberlv C.C., trj .. cm got matCB U Ubart| uiounds today, April 28. and Saturday. Ma) The following will rr] 11 CourU: J. W B, Chenery (CapM. G. H. AcUma, I V Cilkea, D. A Roach. R. W Kollmun. T. % Pllilllpf, I) T. Daniel. K I H Dorant, W s.. i. m GETS NEW BUILDING rtl *~. I %  ,-; Sforra to-dav onicially handed over to the 1 •inns Food and Agriculture Ou:.niisaiion a huge nine%  '-e build ing otKe de>ln;it'-t lo Mussolini. —a-m-r \* hit's on Today Lower Court*—10 00 a m WchUng— %  ;.i p m Pallrr lUnd—G.F S. Countfy Road. Annual Krte— 3 3 p m. N'etball Quren' i ..u..., 'i (i^ulinr Convent at >< %  -,. College — 4 90 l> m. Bi*ketball — M H S. i-s H <. at Modern High Srhool: Pirate* vs. Polira at District A"—& 00 p.m Table Trunk —Everfam v-.. Foundation — 6 00 p m Malvrrn vs. Aqualii "w*pm.:VMPC va. Hirna—7 30 p m. CINKMAS I mnir\....... ..%  Ihr Hudlitl It hi Halldat Affair'' '. p m %  .,~ F1 "TW %  finaw ., "*'" %  "*•" i .1A .„,. Vi V. L^tW • %  "• liasavi NEW YORK. Apni 27. Jake Lamntta. former world middle-weight champion said today he was giving up his contract rights for a return title bout with the present holder. Ray Robinson. because of weight problems '"" —". "T~" -o f***rury oi mis year. A return J\ !" £J ,Jr ^ l V ' hflVP ***" '"' ld " 91(1 he could DO OIL SI:I Sl\D.\) MI\(H:\TI: The Weather Tll-DiW >un Rlaea: A 45 a m •*un SeU: ii to p.m. Moon (Lant Quarter!: April 28 LafMaari 30 p m 'I' U .1.1 >' ' ,,| 11 14 p in YEKTKRDAV RslDfall .Mgton>: on in. lalal far saaaUi t* v.-der da, ft 23 im i %  -HIM i .,t, tl (Max): 82,5 F Trmperabare (Mia): 72 5 F Mind IHreeUao: (t a.m 1 i:., <3 p m.) E 8 F. Wind Vetorlly: 1 mill-, per hoar Rirometer: (8 a m.) 29 W 7, (3 p n, i X8 Bit rar <*tpr second in the line Third in this OHUs is Moyra Blalr whlcii l>egan the season very tuecetlful. She was first in the first three regattas but in the fourth she was hentcn by Stanley * %  Ranger, scoring her first victory in the "B" since promotion. Moyra Rlalr's i far is 3 16. „.. Robinson beat Lan.otta on n lh S M ?^ l S ei lK!^ ,ar ? '"""^ If hn ''o '". crack itt J,y lop or the Inlcrmcdlalt' cln\s wh M,,,k n en' heavyw^ght Oilman avaran of M o. CoronrtH lo *"" !" ,9 """• h.avyweili. conlende. to can, II,, p-^-%  Xpitt'JgfB'l Buccaneer ,, tied •,, the second feobinaon return -Renter position with an Bpaaaga of 66 T Mwr aach and third b Van Thomdyhe ^._._ with GO 00. Km*. '<"' ** torse LONDON April 2fi. BMVarl hot.,breeders in Kazaskhstan. South Russia, h.ive developed a new broad of haru*. "Eflaw; Rascal 65 17. C.lpay ihe Capleeo KiitorTaisk vSS! 64.91. Mojra Blalr 63. IB. War they claim ore better than Ai-ih Cloud 62 08 Ranger II 08, Fanbreeds, said a Tass Official Soi ,etaay 49 12. Wizard 10.87, Misn *ws agency message from Alma chief 40 15, Flirt 57 R9 Okipl Ata. 50.88. 't addexl that one stal ered nlxiin iw D mitr^ m 3 nun "C" Claas: Mlssbek^e K H, %  ' ''''"' and another pulled a load itoKiir T8 ." %  Pru* '" ton alng t< main road limb flittliU-noti-Uou service (rain Special 18-Day R.nind s.i, Itu TripEsi I i Averages up to.tiie end of die Sixth Regatta nre as 8011 Sramp ",'A • Nan 33.31 68 B4. M*t i .i, •i.i 40 md Clytte C6.04. "D" 4'lasa:— %  Imp .'.;> 00. ST. hint J i 86 Paler Pi I-liwMxa 75 no. V,u GO on and Rahsbew 57 14 Thcx'll \'h> ti 1 very lime ^ in etlect. ST. CROIX ST. THOMAS Ftcinient flight* In* swift Convalrtypo Ctipprr*. Cuotriiieiit drpsiturr tlnu-v You .-II BOW "My PAA" to F.CROIK. SOI'TH AMFHR'A. AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR KAST-io fart, completely atoand the world. For 22 years the leading International airline—PAA wot first to link the Americas by air. first to fly to all six continents. JlfrST PA/ ^FTER fUE OPERATION SEEMS TD BE TME CWV ALL TME VISITORS DECIDE TO COME EN MASSE. " -•By J immy Y BUT .VMETJ yOl/k?E RECUPERATING AND WOULD ENJOY C0MB4hiy Wr—->/ ALL THE WAV NO! IT'S )VROM BEffMUOo TT 7 Vi sen •••S3 I SAYS ) : GOT TO SEE AHIM-IM IJ'? AFTER "> T \ LAWYER— nsrrwe j'r^Jf-L ; -^ SELFRV-i \ A fW> up "S %  > /I ALLUS SAY{K-juTSLLFRY mMm



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RED AS VIS Drive Off Red Attack TOKYO, \pril 2V. QHIXKSE CO.M.MI NIST ^ FORCKS urni.-ni,-hl within artillery rant,. af| Seoul. South Korean capital. British iinil AmercUn artillery were lighting rearguard a< IIMMdown tinmail from I'ljongbu. I..,; nun %  % %  town about U miles north of Seoul, which has already' changed hand*, Bow times. Long lines or UDIU troop* tramped through drfggUng ram t,. north of tha Kan h.. Finth. r fought buck brass muniits hitiuig hard at thclr positions. United Natlom contact cleanh nt othe Ihe western (rout. Tin.' emph.e 1* of the Chinese all eg neemeo Or-I Mutely h. area, alter the initial bn in the central area in ; Frontline "M11 ^ that the QoooWl I slowed up to getniit and strengthen! M. A CommuniM l Allied defence perinn Kapyong about 3 Of Seoul w driven off early hours i.f this moral United Nations units In tta tral plateau re:;:on an ehoii moved into new positions CommuniM casualties in the I'ghting yesterday wen 3,415, tri r Eighth Arniv nnnounrcd Lieutenant General James A. Von Fleet nld to day hf fident that the COQUnun OflanstVO would be 0*1 oi tlir liati River v • through Seoul. Rot hii:i:n III • Olllt i ins 1 CLASS Will Arrest 11.000 WASHINGTON April J7 The United SUM .1 partment is prepared to arrest 14,000 aecurily nuspv %  event of n nttloul 1 according u, e\ Idan the House of Represcn' I E ropriations Committee shed today. —Reuter MacArthur Calls For Policy To Save America*! Lives CHICAGO. April 27. GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR called! for & realistic policy to save American lives' in Korea and criticised "undue and exaggerative > political pressures from abroad" in a speech here' last night. The former United Nations Commander in-Chief. told a crowd of 60,000 at Soldier Field Stadium that American losses in Korea were "progressively mounting by thousands each month". "It is this steady increase th.it I ferouagg In mother* and fathers "f America's sons such underntandhlc anguish and uncertainty" He oniinutd; "nor ix it difficult f<>i those nation*. with hut token force* in ratio to our own. calmK 'o advocate no deviation from thin course **It is in this situation of roralele unraalum. that while meticulously Implementing directive* given me have I strongly urged the need for a positive policy The General said he would continue (o light against 'that grea' et scourge of mankind, Commu i Ism. as long a* Oid gives < %  power to fight" "I shall work with you in the discharge of our common respo-i Bhllities." i far leading the tabto in toe Intermediate Cls**. (Story bark poor.) WILIIUI.M itOKTV. 30 ri set up new world -per* record of IS' 1 held by Ernest Honnr of Oerm-nv who %  ill .""' IT Miuii.1i The pi BMW M %  p 1J W.I %  French Govt. Defeated PARIS. April ?:. French Premier Henri Qurutile today failen in get tiie all vote* of absolute majority required to pass the second ridding of the Electoral Reform Bill. The National Assembly voted only Sna m favour according to M'fUj-oitlcial figures. After on imergcncy Cabinet meeting. QueiiiIk' offered hi. resignation to President Aunol. but Aurlol did not aeeapt it is believed that the Electoral Reform Bill will be resubmitted U> The Assembly on Mondav or Tursday n the hope of obtaining the necessary 111 vote iii Us favour. — H.ntrt MacArthur. ho was given i nuiltuous wet ime in the city id Ihe rnlr> o( Held Mna into the :fleorge BARBADOS GETS STX PLACES ON W.I. TEAM ol i in which loured I ml mil ltd I WoW IgftRaM Cricket T.-mi Miiiimer are aiiioni. I lie \e\ enteen players chosen for Ihe West Indies Tour of Aiislruli i later this year. The leam annimnc.ti if. the West indies Cricket Board of Control yesterday >* %  followi J. D. Goddard ICapl.). Worker Killnl By Lorr\ Saving Time NEW YORK. April 2. About 65.00U.(ii> lose one hour after m* night when nearly half i UWlod St..'. m will go on daylight saving time. Nlnofoai a combined population of about •0.000.000 people will ignore the ahanze. —Rruter. TITO IS NORMAL BRUSSELS. April 3 Marshal Josip TlWj oondlUoa after his operation I^I I iiallstones was 'imiic i bulletin said tonight H Ing excellent" it nride this week it m oa the Marshal w Bbwit —Reuter. PRINCE JAILED BUD API Prince Kand< i metnbi i of tra Hungaro-ltalKin btm Mav mtfll here for hicUng B _Keuter Ground Nut Scheme Unhapp\ Experiment Says Lard Reith (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. April 26. ~">< HUHatl rtporl uf Colonial I>velopment Corporation todavy'he lust line* Lord Keith took over tho ChairDUDshlp"gleaBM with tieshness after a new broom has clean. Its story is in short sentences. The terse language of 'he Chairman himself is reflected BUTLER 'NAMED TORT OF-SPAIN. April *7, Pandemonium broke loooc bl i"< legislative Council during the •HI ihe Rill In inn*.* provision to grant gratuities pensions to Government employees Speaker Suvary. under the Stand* ing Orders named" Tubnl Butlei land suspended him for eight dan I lie is the first member suspendeo Isinre the new constitution. Butler as named because he dlsregardec the authority of the Speaker anc persistently committed a breach of the Standing Orders, using insulting, offensive and unparlia. ntary expressions in the Chamber. NINRTEFN VF W< OLD I nald Itrew'i.i of Hi II Michael. w..s ktlle.1 <>n ihe yesterday when the Imiv 0 of Dtish Val1e> pui'i while he was working In %  Ffanati nantaUon liimi ^.30 |> in The 101 had I 11 owned and waIM-UIK ssinniiOt i of General All %  H n Ala was due io f..ce t i : ..: called for tomorrow morniny wluih wn expn-ted to considc 'Inu -i .'j.. u> ;h. I'arha mentary Oil Committee last nigh' calling for the immediate nationalisation of C200.000.00i' sterling Anglo-Iranian Oil Companv. Sir Francis Shepherd. British Ambassador in Tehrrao. earlier 11.. i fVrsla that Iwsfj I parllamant might have %  a talk with Huasaln ... | • lad talked with the i noun on the |U. — Reuter. Churchill Will Put Three On The Spot LONDON. April 27. Winston Churchill gave %  puttii H"Jfl this week In a voting dilemma and prrliap b the Q nornment down. -— %  vhich will 1, Abolish State Dep* Rrpiihlieails Ask WASHINGTON, April 27 Senator I • %  IRfpubhcan, Bouth Dakota) nag introduced n Bill under which the %  %  %  would be abolished and replaced i m o n t .'or Fo AfT:i %  pi beaded bj eommnnd confldencv" -igi dnlsioiiv Will \\ nuts To Refligd TOKYO A Major General Charles A Willoughby. I f'hief of StafT under General !> % %  Arthur, said today he had applied vice m the United Sf %  army—Rruter reads "T>ii.< Hou; .:i atixldy that the Hei" % %  % %  %  which %  11 umawi <'i Ihe rvtenci V huh were not acceptdM ministers principally no) teehnkwll] but Prln.i Attlee woulo find it difllcult to continue ii oAVe if it at carried v Hh three of n %  dng a Oanoorvatrva f, Churchill said rOUld wibmit the i M ho th.full rigor of i. i.rxt week I most every page. It is in strikIng contrast to lost year's report where whole paragraphs of oflii tent almost nothing. This ha^ been on unhappy experiment." So rung the opening to the tale In which a £57.000 loss has to be met by CDC. in the East African venture of last year. Malaya's current problems are dramatised in one Imr — "The manager ha* been attacked by bandits several t Ties Again encouragement in (our %  ords: "This schemr look" good"—in reference to Bechuanaland's cattle ranching project. No While Wa*h Prophet* who said this report would reveal criticism of past doings of the Corporation were right. Obviously no direct condemnation of Lord Trefgame's stewardship is ottered, but If there ogiiition of uifneuUi' Ol in unusual organisation as CD C there is also no attempt to whitewash its mistakes A loithright statement on the very llrst page reads : "To inves. tha plan, Launch and age so many schemes of so many kinds might t organisation .... actual or parted fracture* --ii !>•• indicated in this report." And they arc Altanll drawn to plans wtaien have pruved defective "owing to inadequate at knowledge in their drawing" j ere has not alway* been. Reith I %  the requisite calibre, and expei .ence of the managerial stall." There la a straight admission that here m the past the Corporation # On Page 3 PETAIN READS PAPERS ILE DYEU. April 27 Madame Pet am who spent *h* dav with her husbanH, the ex-. Marahal I'hiliippe Petain. told reporters tonight: 'I am optimistic and even nstonlhed at his Imurovaanaet", she •-aid: 'he h •rail i. -ted He spent the early part of the afternoon glanelm; through the dolly papers and later took a bowl of cafe as (all and aeveral biscuits.—Renter 1 tragedy i* i since the cut of war ith R.-d China, llBV been definition of litical policy "huh would I de B SOlU tlon for the new problems created there", he continued. A ie.ar of applause greeted hi> call for a "realistic policy design ed to ifTect the early restoration of |eace through victory with the consequent caving of count lest American livei." —Renter. V" I in Back To Work MADRID. April 27. Strikers went back to work "day at the last few f.icioriefferied by the four-day cost of ving stoppage* in San Sebastian northern Spain. —Renter Postpones Visit LONDON. Apnl II Mr Winston Clunchill I U p0 poned his visit to the Ubltod Slates saying "It is Oiflicult lor RM 10 fulfil the engagement now" He was to have made a speeen in PhlUdoiphlg on May 8. —Krulrr / IIfeat for Britain LONDON, April 27 John Edwards, Economic Secretary to the British Treasury. arrived home by air to-night aftet D v conducting a Tradr Part with Argentina He said substantial quantities or the 230.O0O ton* ot meat Argentina had agreed to "end Britain in the coming ycai would be arriving as fast as shipcould crr> MMBOH U.S. Short Of Meat NEW YOHK. April 27. The United States is shori o! meat and in some places Uu postUan Is worse than at any tutu since the end of the war. Wholesalers blame most of the shortage* on price conlroU which the. *ay have disrupted normal mea* distribution. -Reater Charlie Chaplin WASHINGTON. April 27 The House of RepmcnttUve un-American Activities Commit lee i* investigating actor CharlU leprosentative Geroi H. Veld,. (Republican. IIllnon.j said In a radio interview here —Heater Back Pilot Land Project PONT OF SPAIN. April. 27 The Waat Indian Conferenct proposal that the Caribbean Com should establish a land Improvement pilot project in St Lucia and St Vincent received strong backing from the Reaearm Committee on agriculture, fish and forestry which met recently m Trinidad Thi* Committee of the Carl I. bean Keiearrh Council constdOJMd the recommendations of the We' Indian, Conference lalli" ., .th. its sphere of Interest and awarded priority rating* to many recommendations emanatitiK from the Curacao Conference —Rf utar Terrorists Kill Two SINGAPORE Aprl' 27 Two Scotsmen bOM manogars. weie kiu.a bv lorro Ists this morning Thev tven Wright. 41, ( ..Hi. M. who if,. Jng for him in the estate hnnga low when he wa* killed Tin .. and i. ih lehora %  <'•• M whli A wag managei —Renter 13 Airmen Killed OKLAHOMA. Apnl T, A B 8 itomi-i tha world i biggest war plane aim Fighter collided ne.ii Carol i Oklahoma today The plane carried a norma now of lf> and later) report* said that 13 l-Klles weie counted ai tha icana Reuter No 6 Sul l ^endel 4, Of Formosa WASHINGTON. April 27 Id.tx 11 Tafi ol OMD TiKliI winii Itepul.lK.m lendci %  ojari ( onfroai V das to take • %  flim stand again-; the 'surreiwWr" I I %  Ihe ret of >ii •' Conmuniat Chin.. Touching o:I another sharp Senate debate OV4I Hie Fai KastaTTI polirres, Senator Taft told nil eolleague* thai he thought thev could be "wholly justified in toe :>plcion that Acheson. the Secretarj of State may trj to end this war by the appeasement of CnlfMOg Commutiists'* — Reater. Explosion Kills 1 ROUEN, April *7 Tour workerwere kill. | and four other?) seriously in 2.00O botilc, of gas l.!. Ihe factory her,, tin. morning Four violeni datonatOI ih' t'nin and ainainod avi uu dow within -ix milci >r the foe%  ing 3o.oon.ooo rmei damage -Reuter Seven Perish GIBItALTAH, Apnl /. 11 asm kflaad u oday \ arnmuniti'in slop aaplo ion hi-re. a n ..v.d BBOROgmgn *ai( lonigh; AbOUl .i" %  I | I tlon including depth ie naval ship Redenham Mew i U i* added Several people wh engnvtll linurcd In the oxpkl lo dl< -Reuter. D. Atkinaon. R. Chrtvtloni. W. Fercjuaaon. G. E. Gomes. 5 Guil Ion. P. Jonea. B. E. Marshall, A. I. Hae. S. Ramadhin, K. Rick nrdn. I. B. Siollmcyor. '. Trim, A. Valcnlint-. C. L. Walcoh. E. D. Wcekea. I. M. Worrell \ M %  %  DepattH Reach Ayreemetll %  %  Th. TAHIS April 27 Britain. Prance ami tfU igapott* ant concesMoi..' in an i ConfordapuOaa The four dOBSllkaB iiwl fOI then %  %  ; IIKI.I\ IO I .: cRiofa i daputiaa ha* daaJUig ona meant that i DOW Mil Le the Cat I I. Trootlaj of peace aittl ... Rumania, Hulg:u \k.u. i .ih Sopb :i %  %  %  •m r etMMit fc** glOW .!.. at i Mill %  i i %  II Renter WANTED SECRETS PR \avi 11,. i Mr) ..llcge.1 today that Willian td proas LaUva now undM gad anti % %  %  • I %  i • i a tha i 1 I viu % %  %  nort" Roattai powen %  Thi Italy HI Ihe BOrf .-'nierniMg %  I Realrr NEW DIRECTOR • % %  i %  Mr MAC Ha i| Bupei Intenderri of Bl %  in t.,k.' up the recent I' pan .i ii, otoi ..t Aci. MINISTER APPOINTED 0CLO llein.u Bfl ed ihe new Norwoftari M Ki me. THE "ADVOCATF." r-yg for NEWS DIAL 3113 Day or Nigh: Ilarracks I % %  |il...l TEHERAN, A, I Army | .„., | '""i up today all Shlrar. in BouUi I2S oUlaa north.,-1 of i: The iii-st report'. daiacrlbOd lha enpliMiuri as "rrave"* but gave no details—Realer • hen FOR BARBADflS TALKS r><*/ Oi Own Carrnfnaei t GRENADA. April 27 Hon J. B. Renwick was selected fo represent the colony at neKI fnonth*' Regional Economic Con fertnee at Barbados loeuier with Hon C H Adam Colonial Treasurer and Abater McJ-eodSmith. Financial and Economic! crashed in the A/ Anviier to the Windwarda| ,r,g M and atlla ui ly mlunng Bva Advlier. I of thicrvw.—Reuter. THREE KILLED BUENOS All I i.illed dynamit* i an nim> depot in VdU atari i. fn Cor-lobn. last night -Reuter 11 DIE IN CRASH I.ISItON A(. American Superf' rlreoa Gairy Will Ask "Where Are The Graves' 9 taaaai oar o*> rinisaiaiian to seek Governor Awndells re ORENADA Apnl :•: ra |l, but if that were artemps*' The Mental and Manual Wot %  A -ould be on the em led •trie capital in pioyers because they "were going 1 thousands today, the date fixed \ 0 make the next DM -. iv agrgoanoni for employers to^ >aid .hand out back pay The> taged a Oairy went to os-erhsul the that li.i %  'i disclosed :demonstration In celebration of present unofficial* of the U : i rtoryand were addressed iure naming R C P Moore. i %  wh by Mr E M aairy |R O Williams, F. B Pal Mtal Rearmament I Gairy said he understood that i J F Fleming as the pi peruM" — Rruirr employer* *ere now otganiling friends on whom they could depend in | time of disturbance i, u t legislator*. If tha BfB or"vour damneo and he is on leaving jail he would I With regard to Marryshow. h, -where are lha graves of loose gaid that he was unable to comLegislators* ment not knowing where be stood Having legislator* supporting the Hon H C P Serlil a Bill C.airy -.aid that H Julian^ Aird alto addressed the the lill is paosea. or any llil 1 irn "ie close a numagaifl the interest of Ihe pe< p | DtOnbtr %  •( worV would ceae immediately puTM and deposited them on the TM fight was not against thr u thai) laadM RALEIGH THE ALL STEEL 4 BICYCLE •* m *jl utfl ifujw A Mock of mocWs gatMBJ* on JispLiy and ready for you to take away. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. SOU DISTRIBUTORS 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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SATTRDAY, Al-kll. M, 1K1 BAKHUMIS .\I>\<|( 1TB I'M.I IIM Plenty Room it The Top If You Want To Get T/iere I t'ertlnrhen a meetinu <>f ihe Board of Indus'.rial Training held at the Public Works Department JN i' mpleted live years of tra master 14 filed fmm them so far. Mr. T W tries offered OIII w.l. MVK ioi i \ns Head Teacher Transferred :. V. D IKING th.wwk ti number of ind Ihe Department of II | laken <* %  Mixed School Si. Philip. assemplumbing and mot*r im ble I at the M-IIOOI roon to bid *| prentice* while the sugar M K Cay. Head far tones and the U undrie* are er, who hut been apoDta i n| in training He id-mistress of St Matthias i-ridnecm. ft tool, Christ Church. Now ;hat the fishing industry Kev. Brathwaite. Chairman of i* RettiiiB en its I-i. Mr Went the Board of ManagoiT.-nt. Mid v.. il.i like more lads ft. Irat" as bad laboured f.. ,.,i two who are nte wte* In this I DnrcTiation. trade as >et. H< v..-.id also like Aft. • .1 -horl programme of vomor t* Irsui us and songs by the pupils Mr ''. s Of th,. school, several speeches Mr E C ft were made. They all compllDirector of Kducatit inented Miss Gay who served as stolen %  ran years triet :w&arx |N" ft 11U // '€2tf*ar fJASgAJ? puttt-M. Payne wvl %  %  "< %  t Theobalds. Acting who prethe Certificates. Mi Payne also gave the bjfj advice HI how they should go Wilk Admitted To Prulmtv THE ADVOCATE rogrrt-, that official permission could not be obtain.l to leuiocliv eaaka dee This old West India Banknots was avalUu.v for reproduction a! the Barbados Museum and does net look anything like the new ones. Mr. Norman Daysh. a member through life of the Board of Management. Congratulated referred to the occasion as being Be.010 the presentation Mr a sad on 1 .id because Theobalds congratulated the St Cltin-line's was losing the serboys >u the completion o[ their v.. "When I heard of happy because Miss Gay was rethis method of training appran%  well earned promotion, lues in Baibartos was anolher's gain. three years ago. I thought it was The District Inspector of Schools one of the most admirable ihmgs. supported these remarks after "You should be grateful to the 11 Qwf was presented people wh> devised this scheme," with a bouquet and a gift from he said the staff, pupils and fnends He said that he tried to introMiss Gay thanked every one ductihis type of training In for what thev had said and menanother Island, but much to his tM exeellint co-operation nisapp^ntment. it was not sh c had icreived fmm the staff of adopted each school in the district. There Is always plenty room Miss Oajf. who succeeds Miss C. *' !" "JP '"' Y**W* *" ant Morrison, will assume her duties to get there. Mi Theobalds on May 7 when schools reopen for a *. .. lha T.initv term : " "'"ber thnt Among those win. attandad the t*ty "W "-'">, i''> y/ £•?£ *erc: Rev. Brathwaite. * !" *"*• TO.K*Jl2JS Mr and Mrs. N Daysh, Mr. L. T dne a KO x( deal of the practta Gay Mr It Murrell. Mr. I. ""^ *"*> want.it to advance Mr. K 1 Bell, Mm I '•%  """l 1 ,,, v "*£ ,r ""' %  Vearwond. Misi M. V Clarke, intin.lvey a* possible. ( .... Man K Martin1^ -< tn;.t there worr numerdale, Mlsa E Raid MM D. Hunte, OUJ PoasiWIiiiea, such as enrres.,. K %  "•.• Mrs A iiiitenmxnn i-'-ndeme euui>es and. in Barba330 students on the roll. I NTERMITTKrcT showers in He a-lvised them to give up Bridgetown yesterday held up some of their evening*—because work on man;. aCQaslone. The there Is nothing achieved^ heaviest shower however fell during the evening when clerks and other Citv woricori arara on their W.l. BAJVK NOTES THAT FAILED JOURNAL OF BARBADOS MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Vol. VIII pg. 5—6 Extract from an address given by E M ShUetOne, FSA. in AugXUfl I The AAdraaa was antttled 'BARBADOS IN THE YK.MI 1840-The agubllatuneni .-f the Colonial Hank In Ihi Weal Indies In the year I83H %  rare of some of the emancipation money, but nl> bj wajl of BBfil Hunk's iinniediate suoe ea i caused the Barbadians to think that .. bank Waa a and within four years a scheme Wfd avolved to organise a We.t Indian Bunk on the same lines as the Culonia) Bank, and shares were tkffared to and • ... OOpla 1" Barbados and the other Islands. The W.l. Bank The Bank opened in March. 1810. and numbered amongst Influential persons as Joseph Connell, of Harrow. Oughterson was its first Chairman, and Arthur Moore. Samuel Innls, BenJ. Howell Jones, all merchants in Bridgetown; Josiah Health, of Qulntyiu %  Hewitt, of BloOtnaburT and Warrens. Charles Salr.t-J'thn, of Wclchtnwn, Joscj-!, Briggs. nf Mavnards, Chequer Hall. Six Men's and Hope, Joseph Trotman of RowaiU Thon %  Wilson, and Jonas Lyle Wilkinson, of Baylleld aim HolbOfn The authorised capital of the Bank was lwe> million dollars. The first Manager of the Bunk was John B) Gibbes Pile was the Accountant, and John Gib be* the Casluei The Bank was doofl 1 d to fail111 IT lasted to< -ix or seven years and was then liquidated man\ ILubadiani having lost •.lien ill in It. : 1 Haiti" Plantation] Nicholas rlumphrej Walrond, Public See New Caribbean Notes ttrii Gomi Of ChaUfcerj In the Court of Chat.. tctday, His Honoui the ChanceUor, Bli Allan CoUytnare granted the application lhat Die cause in Lisle G SPECIMENS of Ihe British Caribbean Currency notes to Cyril w Drakes b* Hi be used in the Eastern Group were exhibited yesterdav < %  WUaa Inatruetad by Year-wood A way home from work. The majority were caught % out raincoats and umbrellas without sacrifice^—to study at the Evening Institute *He wi-hed them abundant success In years to come and reminded them always to give hones! day*work He I -Id morning in the Legislative Council Chamber. Similar exhibitions were held simultaneously in the several islands of the Eastern Group yesterda y, The notes are termed "British behalf of Drake His Mr 1.1 t %  I M |ai Aueusia Toppin „f Si ihe Couit HI Honoui .iiiow.-d the ra%  Kingdom under .-f Ordin%  laity Risen Miller, late of 46 Westinuriir Ter 1 1. u Ctarka trad f"i the applicant in Louisa ToutMeOari Yearwo.nl ..['peaivl fn MlUer'i I i-hi Making < .11 ililir.u, Cruise PlMKMii %  Mfegaj the vvliilt' paint. | auxiliary Intel M;iria Catharinn nude tl %  < ,. I at K,l %  bados yesterday. Tluv were Alan SteamitUpper-owntr ol lha ketch David Jenckei, Alfred Ha* U .1 !)...,. 1 Buvl] fill eruiti liutti Si VlBCCnt, and font OlbCfl s Itartlnsj off from Miami ,u. M called a. Nasiuiu. St. Thomas, (V l> St I U 'i Unj ,%  and s: Vlneaj 1 bay on he. Alan Staaroa hai pi in one week's slay hen 1. ; m to Qreatada where he and hi part] will (Dead %  rav H '.. pav aoothei Vincent and will \it ethei Wl Indian kslai 1 aoin 1 IMM Alfred Maxell he to 1 to 81 Vineani The ketch will be bTOUfht int. Monda) (nr iii docking B 1 DO doi-k fo a leudays lot repainting an ether repairs 21 Yearn Old *.J, .w*t T ,..,.. .............. ...... had to -h.-llc; in buness premises them to be -ore to ink.I creditafor lone periods ll *' i' lar< n thc road of Wtlaani in this country. "If you go S O t/\n tnis month the majority abroad. .' that you are a credit Of flafa told in the Market were to Harlwdns". he said. dolphin. For thc first two weeks Received Certificate* the total amount of fish sold in the Those receiving certificates market was 33.7Z5 pounds. Of this w e r e:— Kenneth l mnolly. 1H.2'H pounds were dolphin and Jooepfa Fairell. Elinglon Gran. Yesterday's exhibition was for Bankan and members of the Press, and among those present were: The Hon'ble R. N. Turner. Colonial Secretary; Capt. G. J Bryan, Acting Financial Secrc. tary; Mr V. H Chenery. Actin, Colonial Treasurer; Mi J. It SCHOOLBOYS GET "SCHOLS" The Governor In-Execullve Committee hu awarded the BarbadM Government Exhibitions for 1951 to the t'ni veralty College of the Weal Indh-i to the following eon dldates recommended by the University Colleie of the West Indies: Courtney lie Muntelih NicholU and Jamc, Arthar Williams Allhongh she litoks as good 1 new. the Mai la Catharliia KM launched l!l years ago in a llollan d.-cky.od She was built for | Belgian, Baron I 1 Bne chai • I lany ume until she was bought by Vyvyai Dniiy of Nassau Capt.bought her aver Iran Drurj IMQ afhDa ll Nassau I %  M.rU t a.narui to Miami and fitted on'. I 1 The suit <( F. W OlbboiU i l;. T N ( ilhl •"! 111 ..ill. '. %  f..i lh>dl-sohitioii lelephonv. Ilriiilifelxmls. ndtourried. Mr launch ind i ailing d h) DECREE ABSOLUTE Dacra bj (111 Ronoui the chief Judge, in the suit t-f V C J. 1 ent 1 %  %  %  had \Ht-n pronounecd on March %  Mr G. It NlkM instructed •>> Hulchuison i^ BU for -V r I'i'i'.e. ftiiil— M-niiwer of the C-mndinn -. ^ Wi "'' ''dchins.ui A'FT:??? .? r th e > a nad ,a n l-'ands when a proposal was put Banfleld, Bollcitoi [tank of Comme Ml Bank of Canada; Mr. L, C. Gregg, f_, roup Acting Manager of Barclays Bank; Rcco'm ReeommendatK She 11 age i 1 %  %  1 %  %  *-J~ *!t ***&£* £* ference. he said, were subm.Ue,! all the Governments Barbados. Six Denominutions I Ya\ rllii;-: l>;ink %  alued 840 wai ttolao u Doddl Plantation, St. Philip between 8.00 a.m. on Wednesday and s ),HI *' 8.30 I m, on Thursday The matter was reported by Laurie Antrobus. The wire belongs to Ihe Gov. riiior-ai-Exectitive Committee. k „.' pOI R CHEQDM* for ..mounts |>|H'I1S 99 A<'-OUIlt.S F totalling $550.10. were stolen r from a safe at Band] I HM yi'C. Tlie Travelling Office of the James between April 4 Government Savings Bank has %  ad Ifl The IncWenl was reported just completed its ninth weekly by Jack Thome of the same facvisit to the various sugar factories tory. in the taland O F 19 TRAFFIC offences reThere were H deposits this. corded In the Police Reports week, of which 12 were new yesterday, five motorists were re. accounts, and Ihe amount of K ite l tor exceeding the speed money received was $1,616 92. ill. A large number were also for the nine weeks the Bank reported for carrying weight In bag been out tins year, then, war excess. 405 deposits including 99 new C APTAIN W. A FARMER, accounts The total amount of Editor of th c Police Mogan dfley received is $13,175.71. zinc, writes from England to say Mr. J. Government Savings Bank: M G. H Hunte. Assistant Editor of aeetpted, and a Preparatoi v Coin. the Advocate: and Ib.nble H A. mittee wa then appou.ted "to take Cuke. Commissiontr, British Car. lht necessary steps to ig< ';.'". u !" cv "S'fii an d ,h C l,on ^ough in all the .olon.e. ^!L. o !th CuiT0ncy Dcp rtmcn '' Finally, a Currency Board wai appointcd consisting of one rep reeentattve from each of UM areas, namely:— British Guiana. The currency which was ex Trinidad, Barbados and the Wuid hibiled in a pictuie frame, was or wfd and Ix-ward Islands, six denominations, namelv. 1. 2. The headquarters of this new B 10. :'0 and 100 dollar notes. Currency Board are in Trinidad There were two of oach so as to and Mr. E. F. Mcltavld. Pin II %  III g.ve a front and back view. Secretary of British Guiana, is They were printed on good the Chairman. Mr. Lewis Spent c. quality paper by Messrs Brad Civil Servant for man. • ,. bury, Wilkinson and Co.. Ltd '". the West Indies, ha: whose designs were chosen in pointed Executive Commissioner. a to two other English Mr. Cuke sa.d that os so.ni as 1;rms. Messrs. Dclarue and Water"" arrangements have been imaL low and Sons ' '• 'he notes will be in circula. Each note has the coot of arms <'<"> 1" all the areas of the I of Barbados, Trinidad. British Group, and the existing notes of Guiana and the Leeward and British Guiana. Trinidad and BirWindward Islands m addition to hadqs wi ll be withdraw n, a photograph of the King and a >I.\HI.\ VIIIAIIIVX FOURTEEN RETURN FROM CURACAO Fourteen passengers left yeatei lhat he baa already entered Poli College Hcndon, and Is doing fine. This month His Majesty the King VUdted tinCollege and was Farmer "Bis/iarr. Hill" 7 a/tes Sugar The Meant hip R*ham Hill left .%  1 f 44MH tons of sugar for ( %  >ns of mlasci : 1 Alfred. Sne was loading here for a week. The Blsham Hill is c-n -igned 10 1 lantations Lid "POLYCREST" BRINGS FLOUR AND LUMBER llld bogs of flour HI. 1 ., hlpmenl of lumber from Halifax and St .It. n were landed ntai b) the Sagucnay Te.-niriahPolye.est The Bout wag consigned to Messrs H. Jason Jones A Co.. I4d.. while the lumber came for Messrs. J. B. Leallo Co Ltd The Polycresl. 719 tons net. called at daybreak yesterdav and left last night for Port-of Spain. Trinidad. Ih r ager.tj are Mesan Planutions !.:,! %  roll giving the group of the various islands. The notes are about the same sire as the existing Barbados Cur. tency with each denomination hiving its own distinctive colour, day UT Curacao by a K 1. H The signatures attached to these charter. Arriving hy the same r.pecimens are & F. McDavid, plane from Curacao were fourteen Financial Secretary of British Barbadians who work in Curacao. Guiana, who is Chairman of tho They are W. Btahop. F. Downle ( Currency Board. A. P. W. Robert. S. A Lynch, Ml and Mrs son and ll. A Cuke, member* of Cuthix-rt Bkinner, C B Jaretj the Board. M Ki....k. W it Haynea. B St Pi m 1 copli of the not* C Broe i, A Port 1 those exhibited in Ihi 1 lluslmiids. C W Pr Ccuncil Chamber will, in a few Tt. 'V Davie* days, be exhibited at all the %  banks, the Treasury, the Pub Dr n n CllO ttAO lie Library and the Barbados A ROOU FOR IU0 Mueeeai nt T ***i ' ,a ,, altuated at One Currency Board Duranfi Village, sIan* Mr. Cuke had the AdvocaUfald in the Provoat ir.it in Ifltfi l Conference was Office >; CBlcr d *> held In Barbados and was attend. Mi rd bv delegates from Mai hall ft"rnoon 10 Hutchinson and Banfleld 11 the for $100 00 ^^^^__ NOW! Denial Science Remit CtOOf THAT HUSHING IHIH %  ICHI AFIiR OTIMC IS THI S. EfffCTIVf W 10 HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY WITH COLGATE DENTAL CREAM r.ih-d HANGERS lor I.,,-..,and Skirl. 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