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TFuesd ay.
May 2



ST.



Daily Plane Service
Between London—W.1.

(From Our Own Correspondent) ’

BRITISH Overseas Airways Corp

will in the near future commence operating a daily
d the West Indies it was learned.

service between London an
reliably today

Century For
Nabaclis

GEORGETOWN, April 28

100 Years Ago, yi persons,
descendants of negro siaves, poolea
their money and obought§ ain
abandoned sugar estate in Britisa
Guiana callea Nabaclis. Situatex
15 miles east of Georgetown on
the Atlantic seaboard, Nabachis is
now a thriving village of peasant
farmers with the status of a
Village Council. To mark the
centenary of the founding of the
village there were celebrations
from dawn till night on Thursday, |
April 27, and the village was host
to prominent citizens from all over
the Colony including His Excei-
jency the Governor, Sir Charles
Campbell Woolley, K.C.M.G.
O.B.E., M.C., and Lady Woolley
and residents from neighbouring
villages.

The seven-mile deep fiag-
bedecked village took on an air
of gaiety ror the occasion and
villagers, many of them descend-
ants of the original founders
were present at Divine Service
in the early morning.

The centenary day was wel-
comed at Nabaclis and all other
villages with the pealing of Church
Bells at dawh. After Divine
Service conducted by Rev. A. R.
Bowen, President of the Evangeli-
cal Lutheran Church of B.G., the
villagers moved over to the new
Village Hall which was formally
opened by Mr. D. L. B. Wickham,
District Commissioner. After the
ribbon was cut, the building was
sprayed with perfume, and two
trees planted at the entrance by'
Mrs. Wickham and Mrs. St. Qeawre |
Cooper.

Governor Arrives

The Governor arrived shortly
before 2 p.m. and presided over
a public meeting in the new Hall.
Addressing the gathering, Sir
Charles thanked the villagers for
the warm welcome accorded Lady
Woolley and himself. It was a
happy and great occasion, It was
not only festive but historic.

His Excellency recalled that in
the historical review of the village
which was read earlier at the
meeting, reference was made io
the 96 stalwarts who exactly 100
years ago got together in a true
co-operative spirit and bought -n
abandoned sugar estate which was
now their heritage.

He said he used the term co-
operative spirit because it was that





That was the Government’s policy.
It was a matter of great personal
interest to him, His Excellency
continued, that they should de-
velop the co-operation movement
among them. Already great strides
were being made in going forward,
but, he said, “I want to commend
it to you and I would ask you to
get in touch with people like Mr.
G. C. L. Gordon and find out what
it is all about and to see whether
here in Nabaclis you cannot form
a Co-operative Society, which I
am sure will be of great benefit
to you all.”

Before concluding his speech the
Governor announced that to mark
the occasion he had appointed the
Chairman of the Village. Mr. T. H.
Benn, a Justice of the Peace.

The B.G. Militia Band was
present for the celebrations which
concluded in the evening with a
Grand Ball in the Village Hal!.

THIRD POSITION
BUENOS AIRES, May 1.
Argentine’s “third position,”
halfway between “coltectivism and
individualism” was advanced as
the only alternative to a clash
between capitalism and commun-
ism by President Juan Peron in a
three hours address inaugurating

i



the new Parliament this morning.| machinery.

—Reuter.





soci 9 akg

-,

| 3/- Limit On

|

LONDON, May 1.
oration Constellations

; Presently
| Weekly .
Making possible this additiona!

they operate thrice | *

service is the fact that shortly
; two services from London to
|Canada, presently operated by

| Constellations, are being replaced
' by Stratocruisers.



Meals
Removed
IN BRITAIN

LONDON, May 1.

The British Government ‘today
cancelled the regulation which
fixes a maximum price of five
shillings on restaurant meals. The
limit was imposed in 1942.

Other austerity laws affecting
British stomachs, social gatherings



and tourist facilities were like-
wise withdrawn.
The chief effect is that the

Gourmet may sit down to a meal
lasting all evening, of as many
courses as he wishes, instead of a
maximum of three.

In a written reply to a House of
Commons question, the Minister
of Food, Maurice Webb said—*I
hope, as a result of this step, that
the tourist and catering industries
will be able to make a bigger con-
tribution to our balance of pay-
ments which is, of course. ‘ne most
urgent of our economic problems.’

—Reuter.





ALTHOUGH THEY ARE FIND

Roy Marshal! finishes a drive in their first practice match against

fine leg.—Paul Popper

Britain Will

Have Terrible

Time
SAYS CONNALLY

WASHINGTON, May |
Senator Tom Connally, Chair-

man of the Senate Foreign Rela-

tions Committee, said in an inter-

Change In
King’s Title
Likely

CAPETOWN, May 1.
Prime Minister Daniel

the

view published today that Britain
“is going to have a terrible time
filling in the dollar gap”

The interview was published by

independent weekly news-
magazine U.S. News and World
Report.

Senator Connally dismissed a

British suggestion of “American
dollar aid in paying off certain
Malan 'war debts by saying that Britain

said today that great changes in, obtained the money in sterling and
the structure of the British Com-|‘!¢t them pay back in sterling”.

there would be
present title of King George”.

He told the Senate that Canada nroposed to
her present position.

cision to become a Republic-——after

that

become that without isolation and
spirit they should foster today. without revolution.’’—Reuter.

left ‘no doubt that

change in the

monwealth
it

was particularly dissatisfied

Dr. Malan said that India’s de-

On Europe, he said he thought
was “unwise” to start talking

now about what the United States

do towards helping

with} Eurcpean recovery after the end Canal to attack by the A-Bomb
of tke’ Marshall Plan in

1952,

“Y think it would disconrage

their efforts to get on their feet,”

which King George dropped the}he said.
{title “Emperor of India” — meant

“if South Africa wanted to
become a Republic then we could



a

4,000,900 Visit
Milan Trade Fair

MILAN, May 1. )
The Great Milan Samples Fair
closed its doors tonight after
marking up nearly 4,000,000
visitors in 20 days. Eight thousand
exhibitors from 42 countries re-
ported that they had done excel-
lent business with buyers, of
whom 19,483 came from 82 coun-
tries outside Italy.

it

Largest mumbers of foreign
visitors to the Fair came, in order,
from Switzer!anc Germany,

France, Austria, fr isin, Belgium,
United States, Egypt, Holland and
the Scandinavian countries. For-
eign countries with the biggest
numbers of exhibit were
France, Czechoslovakia, Yugosla-
via, Westerr and Eastern Ger-
many, Benelux, Switzerland and
the United States. Italian exhibi-
tors reported millions of lire worth
of contracts concluded at the Fair.
Particularly good bttsiness was
claimed in cooking machines in-
cluding big South-American con-
tracts for pastry making

—Reuter

FLYING SAUCER? .





% ie Be BENG F og ing, F %
THIS STRANGE looking contraption—belonging he United Sit
speculation in the United States as to whe > : fi
seen by many The Navy says “the Nar not €
any jet-powered circular-shaped aircraft —Express
;

’

Senator Connally said he did not

think the “dollar gap” could be
filled and he was not in favour
of filling it with American dollars.

“Great Britain is going to have
tergible time filling the dollar

gap because she has lost most of
her

foreign ftvestments.
“Duging the war they liquidated

Imost of that—you cannot creaté

by just hollering and twisting a

button.

“I think Great Britain is going

to have to export a lot of her peo-
ple to Australia
so on.
ever be able to maintain the old
British system to the extent that
they have maintained it before.

and Canada and
I do not think they will

“Great Britain now wants to fill

the dollar gap. They want to pay
off $9,000,000,000sthat they owe to
India and Pakistan,
east Asia, and so on.

and South-

“They did not get dollars from

those countries—they got sterling.
Well, let them pay them back in
sterling.””—Reuter.



Labour Wins
By One Vote

LONDON, May 1

The two months old British

Labour Government escaped de-
feat by
easting vote—in
division in the House of Commons
tonight.—Reuter

one vote—the Speaker’s
an unexpected












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ING IT COLD ir England, the West
Steven's XI.



]

Vital To U.S. Defence.

WASHINGTON,
Construction of an inter-ocean canal across Nicaragua is
imperative to full American defence.
This is the warning today of Rep. Donald L. O'Toole
(D.-N.Y.), Chairman of a special subcommittee of the House
Merchant Marine Committee, which recently returned from
a firsthand survey of the Panama Canal and the proposed
site across Nicaragua. ie = _
Action by the Congress ar Tt
immediately for Staipiak | Calypso In lhe
the Nicaragua Canal

was urged
by O'Toole, Snow
Other members of the subeofn- .
PA) and Fugate (Deva) ned [etme eae tik Weck
PA) and Fugate (D.-VA.), a, suggested . the following

that the matter is in need of im-
mediate consideration.

Factors

calypso for the West Indies
cricket team, who amazed
by the weather tricks April

Several factors were cited by has been playing, are disre-
| Rep, O'Toole in stressing his de- garding snow and blow to
ee for prompt action. They are: practise cricket at East-

1. Vulnerability of the Panama bourne.

“Oh for home in April
Now that England’s here

sr the H-Bor b, For the English find in

2. Limitation of the size of April
American warships, because locks That the Arctic snows
in the Panama Canal are now too appear;

narrow.

3. Unsymipathetic attitude of
the Panama government, which
forced the United States to aban-
don 13 bases guarding the Canal
and the entire vital Caribbean
area. '

In contrast, O’Toole pointed to
the sympathetic reception afforded}
by the government of Nicaragua.!
A treaty, under which the United
States can proceed with the con-|

On frozen wicket we prac-
tise cricket
(That’s what we're |
posed to play)
But we'd better be taught
some winter sport
In readiness for May. |
A poet said that April |
Laughed her girlish laugh- |}
er;
He didn't know his April
Or all that follows after.



oO.

sup

; 1 Its far fror flish, its
struction of a canal through its mighty churlish Pen a
territory, already exists. | With blizzard and freeze |!

The Nicaragua canal, he said,' and thaw |
would be entirely at sea level } If this is a laugh, you

Engineering difficulties would be;
minimised because it would pass
through Lake Nicaragua fir a sub-
stantial part of its length.

A second canal across een Lr
America would permit quicker) as Arias was 4 major political fac- |
access of American warships be-| tor in having the Panama Gener sl
tween the Atlantic and Pacific) Assembly cance! the American air
Oceans, the distance between the] base agreements,”
east and west coasts of the Expansi
United States being reduced “XDaDsION
considerably, O’Toole said

The turbulent politica!
mate created by a five-day revo-
lution in Panama, which occur-
red at the same time that the
Congressmen visited the Canal
Zone, hastened their decision to
examine carefully the possibili-
ties of a new water artery in
Nicaragua.

O'Toole plans to hold the public
hearings soon to thrash out the

don’t know the haif —
It is just one huge guf-
faw”.

cli-| Canal through the Lake Terminal
plan is opposed by most military
authorities on the ground that its
locks feature would prove excep-
tionally vulnerable to atomic
tack, he pointed out
“Furthermore,” he continued,
“locks can be rendered useless
by the cutting off of electric
power, by concussion, by throw-
ing a handful of emery powder
into working parts setting

by

entire trans-isthmian problem,| off of hidden ¢xplosives in ships
which has grown into a bitter using the locks, or by other sim-
major controversy in Congress ple sabotage methods.”

during the last year. } Sea level canals do not face such

Among the witnesses already in- potential danger in atomic war-
vited to testify is General Anas-| fare
tasio Somoza, Nicaraguan strong} “Preliminary studies of the sub-
man, who has brought stability | committee indicate that the poten-
and prosperity to this targest Cen-|tialities of a sea-level canal
tral American nation after a tur- through Nicaragua are impressive
bulent political history. “The very size of Lake Nicara-

Somoza personally took the! gua would be a guarantee agains‘
canal-shopping O'Toole commit- nyany of the dangers threatenine
tee on a tour over the proposed} the Panama Canal in wartime
canal site in Nicaragua—both by “A Nicaraguan canal
plane and ship. save at least 48 hours in
t'me between Atlantic
Pacific ports





wou
allin

and
‘

Major Portion

A day was spent on Lake Nica- “This economic ites". he eo)
ragua, 100 miles long and 45! ,. Tee : i
finite ‘4e, which would form the| tinued, Would aid in nor

ae RS ea, Wea quickly writing off the cost of

noajor portion of the Nicaraguan

canal project
| Tho fresh water lake, fifth larg-

construction through
1 of shipp’ng operations
“A Nirarasuan canal’

lower ost

€

saic









in the world, among other! ,,. : ne
sdvantages; svouid soften the Bar| ‘would further accommodate th
naclés on ships crossing from thel largest of our naval vegsel3
eer 4 S Cacia something which — the present
Atlantic to the Pacific. Panama Canal cannot d
The possibility that the Soviet; * 474? Sa sae SO

I inion the H-bomb—or will| 50 Years

produce it some day—makes it es-| “The Panama Canal is fast
sential that we do not put Sill our| 9PProaching the _half-centut
eg? in one basket,” said O’Toole.| Mark, A new cana! could be eon-

structed with the efficient engin-
riers, and two canals are better} ecring knowledge we have gained
tion than one.” | in the last magic decade of Ameri-
construction of a sea level | can technological progress

through Panama territory “Not least of my favourab!r
recuire a New treaty with! impressions of t proposed canal
1at nation which has refused to} site in Nicaragt as the friendi
the lease on Air bases] attitude of the Nicaraguan 1
we need for cana) defense, } toward the United States
regime of President Arias, | Willingness of

“Two guns. two planes, two car-









ts offic

of )
States write



i



ect istalled through a coup,; have the United
mises no roore friendly treat-}; own ticket Sas
a fresh treaty inasmuch —(I Ss





Indies cricketers play bright cricket whenever they can,
Christiani is behind the stumps and Williams

New Caribbean Canal |

/ opened fire in the African district
| of Witwatersrand today after they
had been stoned,

| schools to shut down and disrupted |

The expansion of the Panama | killed



be made at this juncture.

St. Lueia
Leg-Co Is

(Advocate Correspondent)
CASTRIES, Ma; 1.

Here reprasentation on the St,

at
ceremony
ternporary
attended
prominent

by the majority

individuals — of

Two Peasants
‘illed; Six
Wounded

ROME, May 1. |



cross tion of the public

Thos present included
Grace the Archbishop of Port-ot
Spain, Acting Chief Justice Crane
Mr. Justice Date, T. B. Hull of
Barbados the only first urviving
elected member of the Legislature
who is invited by the Government

Two peasants were shot dead ; :
specially tor this function, The

and six wounded in a clash with | ’ :
police yesterday at Celano, east of ; Hon'ble C. McIntosh of St, Vin
Rome, near the estates of Prince
Torlonia, News of the shooting

[cent and delegates from other
Windward Islands

reached Rome today and was His Honour the Administrator
announced by Labour leader|J-M. Stow, C.M.G. inspected the
Giuseppe Di Vittorio at a massive] Police guard of honour on his ar-
Communist-organise? meeting 1m rival and following the welcome by
the heart of Rome. the Archbishop, the Chief Justice
and Assistant Administrator pro-
ceeded to the Council Chamber.
eee? Keith Alleyne Crown

orney laid on the -table a
lengthy historic document tracing
the istand’s constructional
programme.

A resolution of loyalty to the
King, which was moved by the
Hon'ble Allan Lewis Senior Elect-
ed member and seconded by the
Hon'ble ©. A. Beaubrun, Senior
nominated member was carried by
all standing. The Administratos in
bis speech welcomed the visiting
dignitari@s and delegates and then
read a message from the Governor
who regretted his inability to at-
tend and also a message from the
Hon'ble D. A, Marryshow veteran
of the Grenada Legislature

Hon'ble Garnet Gordon who
enjoys the oldest unbroken elected
membership replied to the Ad-
ministrator’s address. The entire
assemblage then stood silent as a
mark of respect to the patriots
gone before them who toiled un-
ceasingly for freedom, At noon
large luneheon reception was held
at Motel St. Antoine,

_—

The clash oceurre:’ while peas-
ants were waiting outside the
locaLunion headquarters at Cetarso,
for the announcement of a work
quota, A debate broke out inside
the headquarters and spread to the
Waiting crowds outside. Police,
who tried to break up the crow,
were met with a hail of stones.
They replied, firing first in the air
then on the ground:

—Reuter.



10 Killed In
‘Freedom Day’”’

Demonstrations

JOHANNESBURG, May 1
At least ten natives were be-
lieved shot dead when police

Police forces
the ban

mobilised to
of “freedom

demonstrations were stoned
suburbs all round Johannesburg!
tonight. May Day’s daylight hour

nad gone off quietly, marked only
by absenteeism among non-whites ;
which forced many industries and!

force day’

in

bread and milk deliveries.

At Sophiatown, West Johannes-



burg, police opened fire when
stoned and the district corm-|
mandant gaid two Africans were

At Alexandra, 16 miles}
north of Johannesburg, police in|
troop carriers fired after they were |
stoned and at least 10 people wer2!
believed killed Police also open i
ed fire at Orlando, west of Sophia-

town, and at Benoni 30 miles er
of Johannesburg Fire engin
rushec with sirens screaming

Sophiatown and adjoining New-
town,—Repter.



to



200,000 IN MAY

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FIVE CENTS

| FOR EAST
CARIBBEA

IF PROPOSAL GOE
THROUGH

(From Our Own Correspondent)

A HARRISON LINE official confirmed this morning t
f a proposal to utilise St. Lucia as the centre for
East Caribbean shipping with U.K. had been made.

He emphasised that the proposal had not yet been vi
consideration by the company and that no statemen; co



25 Years Old

The Silver Jubilee for elected
Lucia
Legislative Council was celebrated!
on Monday in colourful traditional
The function in the
Council Chamber wags
of
the | held discussions with His Honowe
Church and state as well as a large | the Administrator, Hon
\J.

His | the St, Lucia Seamen and Water-

Price:

Year 35.







LONDON, May |

At the same time it is lear
that C.D.C, are also interested
a proposal to usé St. Lucia ag a
freight distribution base, but this
is not confirmed officially

This proposal it is understood
would involve the introduction of
&@ small vessel, approximately nine
hundred tons, which would be
used for the onward shipment
from St. Lucia to the smaller
islands of freight from the U.K.

Our correspondent in Castries
reports that Captain T, Stocks,
Marine Superintendent of the
Harrison Steamship Company,

England, has been in St. Lueia
this week on a visit of inspection
of the port facilities and the possi-
bility of Castries being made a
transhipment port for steamshi
of his Company Capt. Stoe

Franeis

O,B.E., President of

Carasco

jfront Workers Trade Union, and

|

*" Communist

Paints by Lewis

(Great Britain) Ltd. 7

A
For

| Messrs

Minvielle & Chastanet,
Ltd., the Company's agents, .

Results of the discussions ape
not yet known, but meanwhile
construction of the new Govern-
ment warehouse on the northern
wharf by the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation is proceeding
aceording to plan, ;



Queen’s Nephew
Fined £10

PERTH, Scotland, May 1,
A, Scottish Court, today fine
néphew of Queen #lizabeth '
and suspended his licence for
year for driving a jeep under the
influence of drink. ion
Timothy Patrick Bowes-Lyon,
32-year-old Third Karl of Strath

sei





more and 16th Scottish Earl, of
Strathmore and Kinghorn, collid+
ed with a car on the Perth to
Aberdeen road last December.

Announcing his decision the sheriff
said he could not accept a defence
which contended that the agteci~
dent was due to a mechanical
defect in the jeep. j

—~Reuter,

NO PROOF

WASHINGTON, May J.
Mrs. Freda Utley, former &
ish Communist, married to a








sian, to-day told a Senate
Committee that she had no
"hat Professor Lattimore, #

Eastern export and former
Departiaent consultant, v
But she believq
wife “follows the Com
Reuter




















his
line.”



Berger

Galvaniseg

DAY PARADE
HONGKONG, May 1!
Peking \Nadio said more 7 8
200,000 pecple marched past the} !
ty’s histe Gate of Heaven
Diaod “in. the wreatest May. D
parade C} hact ever seer has for many years
Plane ipped and scattered} ‘ ’
leaflets a uehers saluted Com-| most economical ;
munist leader Mao Tse Tung r *
ther officia | paint ever introduc
Army, Nay nd Air Force}
letachments led the. parade, with| Barbados
Women i are it j |
ipplause Reuter. Bailie teres or a
i — |
' se eee | peels off. Stocked ir
No Disclosure On | Dak acartan
Coal Price anent Green = and
een vrs : t other Colours.
The Government refused to
di es the price of coal export-
ed to Argentine at question time Ask your dealer fof
in the Hoi of Commons today :
; Mit of. Fuel and Tran- ‘are s ly t
‘ Pr ip. Nool-Baker, Card, or REE :
Herbert Williams
how the price of! GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,
ried to Argentine com-|
Mets Pate ae tae Bridgetown Sole
i I » not fix or con- * ae » ’
t xport price fixed by al 5
ga Ri gy ogee a LOAM
Reuter :





ae

PAGE TWO

Sin

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Carib Calling



a. OF THE W.I. CRICKETERS are seen here, with Clyde
st ‘alcott, extreme right heartily enjoying a joke. The others are,
in -to_right : A, Rae, “Boogles” Williams, S, Ramadhin, and

'—Paul Popper.

wits 4,000 other fans the Hon.
-Y Gerald Lascelles, was at the
= ress*Mall in London last week
r five and a half hours of non-
Stop -music. at the National Jazz
Band: rt, Twenty bands, each
paeving of the old Dixieland
and N rleans tunes cf 25 years
- Cdrfipeted. While they beat
the rhythm, dancers in extri-
Vagant dress jived continuously.

"Ss nephew, it is under-
Stood, is a keen jazz fan,

Back From Press Talks
ON. VC. GALE, MLC.,
Managing Director of the

Advocate: Co. Ltd., who was in
finidad for the Caribbean Press

Association meeting returned t
°
Barbados on Sunday by B.W.1.A.

Farewell

ISS-H.-RIDLER, O.B.E., after
eighteen months’ stay in
dos, is leaving on May 5th

for Trinidad where she will be
the guest 6f Sir Hubert and Lady
Rance, until she leaves for England
on the Golfito on May 10th.
After ‘spending the summer in
England, me hopes to visit the
° ordan and also
Cyrenaica at the invitation of Mr.
and Mrs. Perowne. She wishes to
thank all her friends in Barbados
for kinaness and hospitality.

After 41 Years In U.S.A.

AMONG the passengers arriv-
ing by the S.S. Fort Amherst
on Monday was Mr. Laurie A.
Forte from New York, City, Mr.
Forte who is a Barbadian from
’ Parish’ of St. Thomas, has
been in the United States for 41

age

During his period abroad most
of his time was spent in the Fur
Industry and he has now returned

to’ pay a short visit to his
son Mr. Oliver Forte and his sister
Mrs. G. W. Hope of Good Hope,
_St.-Michael. Mr. Forte thinks his
home town looks quite changed in
appearance and feels that many
improvements have taken place
during his absence. He expects to
about four weeks here

before returning to the U.S.

Here for the Day

TRANSIT on the ‘“Golfito”

on Sattirday for Trinidad were
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kelshall and
their baby daughter Kay. Mr.
Kelshall is an officer of the Col-
onial Office in Trinidad and has
been to England on a course. His
wife is Mr. Charlie Taylor's sis-
ter, and they spent the day with
the Taylor’s while the ‘“Golfito”
was in port.

i

MONG the unanswered ques-

tions of our time is this: Do
codfish talk to each other in the
spawning season? Norwegian
scientists, equipped with every-
thing but elephants, are setting
out to probe this matter to its
salty depths. Now it seems to me
that, just as mice make a squeak-
ing sound which is called, by
aesthetes, “singing,” so codfish
probably make a sound, or series
of sounds, which is called, by
scientists, ‘talking’. Professor
Axel es, \the famous Swedish
ichthy , claimed that he
heard e cod say: to another:
awning—er, 1. mean,
And tet us not forget

ood
rning
y orth’s:

in April days what was his dear-
A on with some lovely
‘fish = :
One day, while reading Shake-
“speqre to a salmon,

ty

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~ BY THE WAY |

Antiguan Wedding

PRETTY wedding took place

last Tuesday at the Methodist
Church in St, John's, Antigua
when Miss Hilda Brown, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. N. Brown,
(merchant of St. John’s) was
married to Mr, Will Kelsick of St.
Kitts. Mr. Fred Kelsick, brother
of the bridegroom was bestman
and Miss Irene MelIntosh was
bridesmaid, The bride’s sister Dr.
Caroline Ramosar was here from
Trinidad for the occasion. Dr.
and Mrs. Conrad Stephens, Mrs.
Eustace Wall and Mrs. Daphne
Malone were guests who came
from St. Kitts to attend the wed-
ding. The honeymoon is being
spent at Johnson’s Point, Antigua.

On Short Visit

R. DAN F. BLACKETT,
Editor of “The Torch”, was
a passenger by B.W.I.A, yester-
day for Trinidad on a short visit
in connection with the colony’s
new constitutional set up.
During his stay, he will be the
guest of Hon'ble Roy Joseph,
Mayor of San Fernando and Mrs.
Joseph.

Visiting His Sister
R. AND Mrs, E. A. Barrett who
are from Abbotsford British
Columbia left on Saturday
morning for St. Kitts by B.W.LA.
to spend three months with Dr,
and Mrs. E. Jardine. Mrs, Jardine
is Mr. Barrett's sister.
They arrived a week ago by
T.C.A., and their short stay here
was spent at Cacrabank.



MR. AND MRS, “BUNNY” LEWIS

He heafd the creature murmur
rudely, “Gammon!”
Waterloo Wanda

‘HE plan to “make the nation-
alised industries more popu-

lar” is said to mean “brighter
railway stations.” The walt
musie relayed through loud-speak-
ers would be more popular if girl
porters could be hired as dance
partners, The man who goes
about tapping wheels should be
dressed in Lincoln green, with a
feather in his cap. Rose-leaves
should fall from the roof now
and then, Finally the announce-
ments could be more attractive:
“Hello, folks! This is Waterloo
Wanda telling you that the 9.15
is mighty lonesome, It’s waiting
for—just you, at platform 6. And,
folks, where do you think she’s
going to stop? This’ll slay you!
She’s stopping at Motheton, Rat-
tlesby, Sudgefold, and Abbots
Pudding. Can you beat that? Oh,
and listen folks. You gotta change



Going To Chicago

R. AND MRS. J. R. MCLEOD

who are from Toronto return-
ed to Canada by T.C.A., yesterday
Mr. McLeod has been promoted to
Office Manager in Chicago, and he
will shortly be proceeding there to
take up his new appointment.
They were staying at Cacrabank.

To Visit His Home

Province

R. P. C. 8. MAPFEI left by

T.C.A. yesterday for England
via ‘Trinidad, Bermuda and
Canada. He is going to England
for about three months and then
going over to Massa Carrara in
1saly, his nome province which he
has not visited in twenty-seven
years,

Kor Four Weeks’ Holiday

ISS JEAN DE FREI'’AS,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Stanley de Freitas of St. Vincent
arrived here recently for four

weeks’ hol@lay and is staying at
the St. Lawrence Hotel,

Miss de Freitas spent part of her
school days at the Ursuline Con-
vent here. Up toa few years ago
she used to be on the Barbados
staff of the Royal Bank of Canada.
She now lives in St. Vincent where
she works in the Government
Office.

Second W.I. Appointment
EV. RAYMOND WARNER
was an arrival on Saturday

by the Golfito from England in-

transit for St. Thomas where he
will take up an appointment as

Superintendent of the Methodist

Church,

This is Rev. Warner’s second
visit to the West Indies, the first
being in 1943 when he went out
to St. Kitts-Nevis and remained

for six years before returning to }rother, and tne ushers were Mr.
Gordon Cole and Mr. Keith Lewis

England on a year’s furlough.

Hollywood Ma

capital by
Max Factor
presented free

Hollywood
of

tion.



working directly with Max Factor, Jr. himself.

Comings And Goings

e-up Artist, Miss Maria Luisa Huarte, now in
Barbados to co..duct Max Factor Hollywood Art School of Make-
Up Classes at Cave, Shepherd & Co., Ltd., achieved her mastery
of beautifying art in the Max Factor make-up studios in the film

The
Art School of Make-Up classes, being
charge at Cave, Shepherd & Co, Ltd., offer
invaluable instruction to the women of this city on how to become
their own personal make-up artists, and achieve for themselves
the fashionably glaniourous screen-star type of make-up perfec—

Married on Saturday The reception was held at

N SATURDAY! afternoon at “Seaton”, Black MWRock, and the R. JACK O'DOWD EGAN,

5 o'clock, Miss Ruby Sampson, honeymoon is _ being spent at Director of Messrs. William
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Powell Spring Hotes. Fogarty Ltd., returned from a
Sampson of “Seaton”, Black Rock, Former Headmistress short Bat - Careced, vecgnnen
was married at the James Street, via rinidad on unday y
Methodint Churck, to Mr. Beenexd TWA te cs a EON, BW.LA.

‘Bunny’ Lewis, son of Mr, and
Mrs. T. Bruce Lewis of Chancery
Lane, Christ Church.

The Bride, who was given in
marriage by her father wore 4
dress of white faconne with a
sweeping long train, her headdress
was of pearls, held in place by
Queen Ann's Lace and tube roses.

Mrs. Gordon Cole, the Bride’s
sister was Matron of Honour. Her
dress was of pink taffeta with a
full skirt. Her headdress was a
lace stole and she carried a bouquet
of artificial gardenias,

The ceremony, which was fully
choral was performed by the Rev.
R. McCullough, The Bestman was
Mr, John Lewis, the Bridegroom’s



» » + By Reachcomber

at Mulsham for Beetleharrow.
Why? Don’t ask me! My Col-
league, lamp-trimmer Fred Grey,
is now going to sing for you
‘Mother Machree,’ Swing _ it,
Fred!”

Something Brewing

HOPE the report is true that

a film chief said the other
day, talking of music for a film,
“You can't monkey with Wagner.”
When I told this to Snert Vosha
and his Hot-Time Swingaroos,
Vosha said, “Aw, nuts- We gonna
git the led outer dat guy Wagner’s
boots, an’ pep him up a bit, wid
coloured scarfs struck in da brass
ter mute ’em, kinda, an’ a swell
chorus uy nifty pilgrims tatata-
ta-ta,” “What's the film?” I

asked. “What the hell?” replied
Vosha. Dat don’t make no differ-
ence to da band @n't it, Wagner's
got class. You don’t have ter have
no special film for a hot rendi-
tion uv dat guy’s numbers: ”’

M.B.E., who arrived here on
Wednesday from Antigua returned
on Saturday by B.W.LA.
Miss Robinson is a well known
figure in Antigua she used to be
Headmistress of T. O. R. Memorial
High School and is now retired.

She was a guest of Mr. and

Cc. B. Alamby of Edinboro, Bar-
barees Hill.

B.W.LA. was Mr.

who returned from Miami.

Mrs.

town, B.G., on a short visit.

LSO arriving on Sunday by
Kenneth
Girling of Telecommunications

R. W. A. CRAWFORD, M.C.P.,
left for Trinidad on Sunday
by B.W.LA. intransit for George-



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tace at fast, Rupees hurries
the story of his search tor the
iragon and hi« sirange thy
ad Mandarin smows fis ine
though at tirsr he ooks doubth
“Your ‘ale ts emiarkabtle
bear.” me says. ~~ bur

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WIRE DISH COVERS.

hrough

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dragons.

pet Tell me, whence comes your power
the over that creature?” ** Oh, | had
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smiles Rupert. “| gave each ot

them one ot these."

him the

last of the dragon pills,

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Across

lice Nan rather
(6)

fhrougn taking it it gave Reece
six. ¢

Pollowing a scar it would be a
rarity. (4)

Ceremonial. (4)

By approsimate Judgment time

Goggy surely

’

it could ve
feathers or horse fair’ (5)
Coming or going she’s as she was
in the beginning. (3)

Eat coin for a change. (7)
Quite enough to niake mum die.

(6)
It’s a wave and a smasher too!

in th ways. (4)
What the Arabs folded
stealing silentiy away. (5

Down

before

. Lie, (B)
Se in the ventre seemingly.

4. Salad ingredier t. (7)

4. _ may be [art of a goud one.

6. Penetration of the cue man, (6)

6. Catchy sort of clue this. (3)

7. Seen mest into these. (8)

9 The place for ties. (4)

il. eastern princess. (4)

13 Paradoxical surely to say this
clue is this. (4)

1é arse & ‘mal ambit nolds one.

16. e style ol some grim odes. (4)

20 The habit of this tor ts to advise,
(3)

Solution of Satkrdets wiuszie Across:
1. Aphorism, 8, Coal. ¥. Seam '0 foe:
11 Resin: 15, Umber. 15 Poise. 18, Lad;
19, Knit: 20 Eerie 21, lona: 22
ful, 23, Mustering Down: | Awtul: 2,
Hog: 3. Oar, 4. Issue, 5, Setsin: 6,
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Police Supt vice wit tens S
BSRLIN, Mity 3. lo Seen Ot Roa
e Cup e East ana West Berlin police haven . at uaa ‘el Sunday ||
| each the acer a 0Uu 2 ociocKR when
(Advocate Correspondent) j Soviet hee bouts -| he fell from a tree on which he DRESS SHOPPE
*ASTRIES, April 22 — | lo : , ‘S| was swinging
long colu s 4S] ny TY :
Major T. Foley, As nt rched to. a 1M io ee ae "|. It is understood that he had For S LE plus
Superintendent of Police, St. Lucia, o nm ¥ ©} been giving ani exhibition of
proceeded on Sunday, April 30 Re . | acrobatic stunts. He was laver
te Grenada where he acted as| i ctenaeditaten Nob nen eI] treated for severe injuries
Superintendent of Police in place } ais ige-painted Amercan heli-
of Major G., D. Maydon, who has | ae o ere ever sae ae anden
proceeded to his new appointm at] Ege mine. the sector boun
in Gambia . ’ | ary, ready to flash any Weturh- + <
Major Foley will act until; ae ae ns hho rp aging
Madina’ tics es GE Sa samen | troops who were standing by
new duties in Jamaica Senior | of : We en eee a wes
Assista rt ee | of trouble
ssistant Superintendent of Police About a million Berliners we S
Consequent upon Major Foley's expecvee: At the demonstration &
early departure, Capt. 5 3 i We tern Berlin the Ame: R HEADACHE
Humfrey, tant te r i- | CaM: BURMTIUES Carly W-Ry ws SI RHEUMATISM
dent, who ha ot or a} rested seven Soviet Sector polive ° bs NIGHT RISING ,
training cour ited | { werfering With West Se- 3 FEELING adi ndb
Kingdom will ; 1 to e police” at the station, near i iupute 8.000 Ladies Ha oe
ee) is the off stre r boundary a LARGE BOTTLE A be cnutiful Acsortment in
would then be rectuced to ily t ted a a a
Superintenden Colonei. James). | < } Commun c and many other
one Inspector rnd one ubd-} } rot ro cae nerials,
pencietan oe d to isnore Weste
YOU struction
tht n red flags anu two b! from $2.50 to $8.95
| the Communi:t+led fi
Ger i h flew from the t
» Adams Se nek eee eS d, a
| t all Marshall P'an ecouittri Ladies Dresses
Re i t | fluttered over the vast’ ‘Platz De
presen Ss Republik” nearby, where t Teeth Lose For Cocktails, wedding or
‘i ;
e aon Sector columrs were co afternoon. A fine assdrt-
[ ] ‘reing. | ‘oose
nion D ow, . . fi A short distance away | ment in stock hee a dite-
THE W.1. TEAM PHOTOGRAPHED at Pastbourne, Sussex. Left to right (standing) : Williams, Marshall, Valentine, Pierre. Wateott, battalion of Britigh Fusiliers wa. | from, In a variety of may
(Advocate Correspondent) Johnson, Rae, Trestrail; (sitting) Reamadhin, Jones, Worrell, Rev, Balmer Barnes, Goddard (Capt.), Gomez, Stollmeyer, istanding but Western — official: | rials and latest styles.
CASTRIES, April 29 Christiani, Weekes-—Paul Popper. | Were confident they would not b«. |
Sir Clement Malone. OBE Bast is - TE ae requred.— (Reuter, ) | from $12 00 up
Chief Justice of the Windward ee "
and. Leeward Islands, will not be} ane y ‘yt e ,
able to serve as Arbitrator in the | T IS; Fou Cl iy » 1 > O : Trad 2 Fa oa
trade dispute between the St. our au € yONS e wr | a aw L di $s. Hats
Lucia Workers’ Union and the QO 7 W } A / T: ot id | —_ oe adie
5 »y ' sconstructior | a ~ : .
oe Getdates so we dee Ie ith Arson n Trinidad Stop Pyershee cnd | [The finest assortment in
as $ as ms alre >
for the United Kein gdom on pre- j PORT-OF-SPAIN. M ¥: Trench Mouth stock now, Many of th
retirement leave, | —Says We Dicteai | AFTER $10, 000 FIRE Pulling the it hich rele pl Re ime SP ORR, Pi in 24 Hers are: richly trimmed, With
es the serviees of an- i } ed a black clot ' werit we Was welcomed by a Cam { Bleeding gums, "2 % colourful feathers, beauti-
sother Judge of the Supreme Court { _ ne | huge hand hold loft, a: torct ae ; 7 COM~ | veeth mean that fou ure x ir owers or fruit
are DAR sought Bid shen these GEORGETOWN. Mav 1 r pondent) Pee and i _ slat, § ‘ wie headed by me Honourable rhea orFrenel ui eH ct ful fl rs 0! \
: 2 : . : + 1 1 . . Hane by ‘ s 2 » expresse vente €
have been procurred, the date of A big congregation of employers and worker; embled in} GEORGETOWN, April 28 one of hi vliest ppe the hope that “this Pair will Bout teeth “and Haye \} priced from $5 19 up
the sitting of the Tribunal will be} the Cathedral Church a ate he ; Following police inves tigations | ances, unveiled hie kins devon that He pore Your time, Since iho vent *
athedra urch of Saint George yesterday evening | e . menu- achieve the same fame that similar | War these mouth, disease WV a
announieéd. én a : 3 : jafter the $10,000 fire which gut-| ment of the annual 1 11 fair . ; ; . AY | Uhroaghout the world so the. so ores sinialeiialtlae
Mr. Grantiés Adams. Barricter- and heard His Grace the Most Reverend John Knight, | ‘ted a building in Alexander -#ai, bp Her Be cane parts would Usts sav that four our oi tive people ‘
at-law of Barbados, will represent Primate’ of the West Indies Province of the Church of] Street, opposite the Salv ation | NY inidad ‘jourd sae Sending the time sind stop teks ea widre it is Ladies’ Housecoats
the Workers’ Union at the inquiry England and the Lord Bishop of vie Diocese of British} Atmy Central Hall the Police | He declared the I en While Caribbean Press Assoc ton Cons the toss gi teeth bin else : rhowmat
Guiana make an appeal io-all elasses and kinds of workers] pirestal and charged « man apd] Commander, Carlton,” Goddar Terence. "wha. he hop would | an Soe iar a Select froin this Fike As
s > an ‘ir two sons witl eC 1e tore W L kee Y tT as sa —
etiam afd ‘eiiployers in this’coubtry to = esi etnies keton rd | -* ere vorch Wh a retutas ito thelr homes and write New Discovory Seves Teeth sortment whether cotton,
| r tl ation abo 1e Falr sen
Fusiliers Postpone | world recovery, The avoused are Khairoo! Ne | Of the Fair, and the spectator Re ee Cas. Peas relomtinte aghits tien tr Na new rayon or nylon, You are
| » aecused are Khairoo e. | —Ca. SS. and quick way, It pouetrntes eight to the .
Vi it | It was the first such observance, ther makes many of them unfit to shaw, ¢ wher of the grocery which | eer aree aiihinetadinandineinte ion tia Sees tek faye aie ie take tn vee ” find tala atyle *
Isl in British Guiana of Industrial| take their places,as citizens in our} Was situated in the bottom flat of| Maitre Sek cane » Aid Roon van See” *
Sunday and His Grace d tiv ommunity the building, and where the fire ts} eciitlinnanins tron Mr, We We i Mets tee
ay ‘ rac 7 c : ‘ & ¢ | nnn ees ~ y ne
(Advocate Correspondent) the address, i aoe eet t alleged to have started, his wife} Amoson sera pets 1 sult a tropirrenen from $4.32 to $18.00
CASTRIES, April 29. He declared that ar “It is a very serious evil. It is} Sulaiman Shaw, and their -sons r 9 66 ’ uth and Pyortica for cen years. My
ve é mo Fone be » ¢ ¢
It was announced this week thut| situation has developed in woria |® far greater danger to the wel-; Sultan and Nasherdeen Shaw | CLARKE s BLOOD MIXTURE ® st Tour teeth, win, poveral oites teat
owing to_ difficulty encountered) demands in every country. We | fare of this country than any so-| The fire took place in the early taaty thier aos. ot the ote. £ tried ‘
with the R.A.S.C., trawler which) must produce more zo0ds. and called blind alley occupations, and! hours of April 11 last. Hearing of Cleanse e discovery ‘Aworen, Tn 24 hot “ reute
t system from blood .
was to have brought the Inni-| better services as a condition to|@VerTy day it brings more social] the preliminary inquiry will com A f prresen Bay paras mad Atopued bleeding,
skilling Fusiliers from Jamaica for} our recovery from the present | 22d moral evils in its train” mence in the Georgetown Magis- impurities ; many sufferers froin three days and in two we: Pind thes Gold buttons—gold beits—
he cer . aie i . . n ress. trate’s court Mav 8 : , my loose teeth were much te ad
~ ferent 28, ae Fortune, ills which beset us. —Can. P ate’s court on May rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, could eat the hardest 0 code et feathers — flowers velvet
been postponed until after the| © “If we fee to meet this econo- neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and Amo Sane : HBOUS ss rayon semoee
flurricane season this year mie problem how, we know what that ft le. guaranteed to Mr ateae —veilings any other
¢ ‘on this yea tc Meh sorwaen tat Wen ee ay minor skin ailments, can derive great Fram blasainer ni ee act Voth ie conduits te vous the
acca (ead ona benefit from this well-known medicine. money Baek wh Tet cl vik. pegkte :
y Standards of liv ,» and muc n't take »chanco on « SY
Cheaper Flour | verder times than we are now sr8 Lats ouene juntas
ad / In LIQUID TABLET FO nearh trouble, 1 trom your
experiencing.” or RM chemist today unger tis irom slaw quarane
(Advocate Correspondent) The primate observed vhat una silanes chino leila vb
CASTRIES. April 29. of the greatest evils was wide- Am oss i Rachntee oF DRESS SHOPPE
Arrangements are procéeding for} SPr@ad, unemployment in many t Mer 4 For 5
the purchase of flour to cover the| Countries, including our own, He BRUSH: uP YOUR SMILE Pyorvhen.., st
Windward and Leeward Islands} did not dispute the fact that the wee 259 me oe
requirements on‘a tender basis by| Whole problem of unemployment é
the Trade Commissioner _ in| W@S One of great complexity,
Montreal. : =< He was quite sure there was no
It is hoped that this method will] obvious solution to be found |
eventually effect a reduction in quickly, but he was equally s e
the a of flour a ow es the} that if the best brains in '
case in Jamaica anc rinidad {country really got down seriously
| to this problem, a solution would ay be” due ~ sluggish Kidney Action
be found, and it was something
ee oy 2.99 to which they could ail apply
Caribia Or | themselves with determination. ITE :
IS NOT 80 good when you
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Published by %hu Advocate Co. 114, 4, Broad St, Bridaetows

Tuesday, May 2, 1950





Shadow

BEHIND a screen of secrecy negotiations
have been proceeding to decide the future
of oil in Barbados. ‘he services of Mr.
Tanner, a Canadian Oil Expert were obtain-
ed free of charge and it was felt that the
island was indeed on the verge of exploiting
its oil potential. Eigh: days ago the repre-
sentatives of Trinidad Leaseholds walked
out of the negotiations but the Government
has mad no announcement on the matter

in spite of the fact that a spate of rumour
has been circulating.

When the development of oil became a
possibility it was assumed that the British
Union Oil Company with their associates
would be granted the licence to drill. It was
almost entirely due to the labours of experts
employed by the B.U.O.C. that it was real-
ised that Barbados may be a lucrative
source of oil. -

It is more than imperative that the drill-
ing for oil in Barbados be carefully regu-
lated so that the impact of oil drilling on
the island’s economy be as limited as pos-
sible. If two or more companies were t9
drill in Barbados the effect would not be
beneficial to the colony. Competition in
wages, disruption of the Sugar Industry
and general spoliation of the island must
be avoided at ali costs.

There is no doubt that the moral claims of
B.U.O.C. and their associate company are
unanswerable. Trinidad Leaseholds is a
British Company with long experience of
West Indian labour, If the fact that the
Leaseholds representatives have walked
out of the discussions reflects the view that
there is some insurmountable obstacle to
agreement the people of Barbados should
know what it is that has caused difficulty
in reaching agreement.

The issues involved in this matter are of
vital importance not only to Barbados but
to the Commonwealth and some prefer-
ence should be given to a British Company
if their requests are at all reasonable. The
semi-political discussions that have been
taking place with only representatives of
Barbados present do not take sufficient
cognisance of the importance of the mat-
ter with which they are dealing.

Oil is not the answer to all the problems

“09. 6e°Barbados. Indeed there are many who

are very anxious about the results of drill-
ing in an island as small as this. The
Sugar Industry will be the mainstay of
Barbados long after oil will have been ex-
hausted, the beauty of the island will be an
everlasting attraction to visitors to these
shores and the establiaament of secondary
industries will do more n anything else
to relieve the problem of unemployment
in Barbados.

This is not to say that if oil is present.
in large quantities drilling should notteke
place. But the activities of the oil com-
pany should be regulated with a view to
safeguarding the long term interests of
the island.

The island is grateful for the advice
given by Mr, Tanner but it is often diffi-
cult for a person accustomed to thinking
in terms of a-big country to deal with the
especial problems of a small place. Mr.
Tanner’s recommendations must always
be carefully scrutinised to see whether
they recognise local peculiarities and do
not merely reflect the practice in larger
countries but which may be inapplicable
to Barbados.

Above ail the public should be kept in-
formed of developments and not be allow-
ed to garner the news from rumour which
may be incorrect in impartant respects.
The Government should lose no time in
issuing a statement on the negotiations.





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Aceusing Finger

HIS EXCELLENCY’S speech at
the re-opening of the Legislature
is perhaps the most remarkable
in recent times of any Governor
during his regime in this Colony.
His appreciation of conditions, his
comprehensive grasp of the neces-
sary fundamentals, his monumen-
tal analysis of the financial and
economic measures essential to
the progress of the Colony, is,
by popular consent, impressive.
Whether his speech will be as
popularly accepted as being in the
best English Conservative tradi-
tién, depends on the local
knowledge of the best English
Conservative tradition, which
knowledge I suspect is slight.

It is significant that the speech
pointedly avoided any specific
political comment, and this, whea
rumours of Ministerial Status are
so prevalent in Party circles.

In a welcome contrast to the
known policy of the party in
power, His Excelleacy leaves no
doubt as to what in his opinion
should have priority in Barbados.
“T have found that the determina-
tion of priorities is a most diffi-
cult problem, but there is one
priority which I suggest is ines-
capable. That is to ensure that
economic development—the devel-
opment of production — is given
its proper place at the head of
the queue, for without fulfilment
of its purpose viz. a greater
national wealth, there can be little
hope of substantial development of
the social services and higher
standard of living which this com-
munity seeks.”

In this paper on Sunday last, was
an Editorial to which that quota-
tion from His Excellency’s speech
may now be considered comple-
mentary, It dealt with unemploy-
ment, and its concluding paragraph
began with these words. “Time is
running out. Action cannot be
postponed”, That summarises in
two’ pregnant sentences the
urgency of the unemployment
situation in Barbados. For about
fifty jobs two thousand men will
rush into Cavans Lane; struggle,
lose shirts, risk suffocation and
being trampled, although the jobs
are specifically advertised for
Seamen with papers. It is just
hope, even against hope, that
actuates these men. The callous-
ness and corruption of indiffer-
ence to labour. so prevalent in
some socially depressed areas, has
not even touched our people. They
deserve to be helped.

If unemployment can be termed
“acute” in places where the
pressure of population is less, then
a word must be invented for our
situation. But the most amazing
phenomena about that situation
is the attitude which the local

Labour Party Administration
assumes generally toward the
issue. This, easily the major

problem of the Colony, is given
a secondary place to almost every-
thing else that is less important.

Of course His Excellency is
right in his choice of priorities.
There can be no priority over the
assurance of a livelihood for sub-
stantial numbers of the people.
Why build more schools to turn
out more educated citizens when
no provision is being made or
apparently even contemplated for
their employment. The practice of
earning a livelihood can in itself be
educative. The hundreds of boys
leaving our secondary schools an-
nually soon forget the meaning of
their education after several years
of post school idleness. We are
putting the cart before the horse.
No modern world community has
taken this road to development.
The educational theories, practice,
and reforms of the United King-
dom and United States have



By Scratator

followed their economic develov-
ment, not preceded it. It is all
very well to pander to the instinc-
tive snobbery of a community by
pretending to teach Spanish in
elementary schools, but with the
prevailing circumstances outside
these schools, this guarantees
them nothing but illusion and
frustration, The present Adminis-
tration confronts the Legislature
with repeated resolutions for the
expenditure of huge sums of
money for any issue except the
abolition of unemployment. When
it comes to that their maximum
seems to be seventy thousand
dollars.

The present project at Seawell
is not considered in the writers’
opinion a project for the unem-
ployed; and for two reasons,
Firstly, a negligible number of
Barbadians are employed in rela-
tion to the massive expenditure,—
as an unemployment project this
would be exactly the reverse
Secondly, our expenditure of huge
sums should never be utilized for
temporary employment. That type
of expenditure may suit countries
where huge unemployment num-
bers recur with the economic trade
cycle of “depression” proportions,
not a community where a sub-
stantial proportion of the emptoy-
able are permanently out of work.
Every penny, ever’ dollar, every
pound ‘we can afford to borrow,
should have priority in schemes
of productive employment where
conditions obtain for permanent
jobs. A minimum of £100,00€
from revenue should be annually
earmarked for putting the un-
employed to work.

His Excellency’s comment on
secondary industries, I am glad to
note, does not accept what this
paper implied in Sunday’s leader,
that the absence of minerals holds
out poor prospects for industrializ-
ation. One cannot be opposed to
His Excellency'’s wise preference
for a number of small industries
to any one big enterprise, but why
not let us grab one of the recom-
mendations of the many experts
for secondary industries.

His Excellency’s cautionary
reference to the Harbour scheme
should be well pondered. He is
not opposed to the scheme, but
the careful measurement of his
words leaves this scribe at least
in no doubt that Mr. Savage would
use what capital we may be able
to obtain for the establishment of
such industries as would ensure a
continuous production of wealth.
We may recapture our entrepot
trade by a harbour scheme—but
we have no guarantee of that.
This should not necessarily be a
priority.

To revert to the recommenda-
tions of the experts—whatever
eapital we can borrow, why not
let us concentrate in a big way
upon one major secondary indus-
try. One for preference that
supplies material to be finished
if the greater manufacturing
centres, Such a secondary industry
would be the supply of yarn and
“crey” cloth to the textile finish-
ing mills in Lancashire. Professor
Simey first made the suggestion
and it has been reiterated by
others, The competitive future of
the Lancashire textile industry is
dependent upon such supplies, and
these are being threatened by the
further rapid industrialization of
the East from which these sup-
plies formeily were obtained, Such
a spinning industry on any sub-
stantial basis can employ thous-
ands. The whole economy of some
areas is entirely based upon such



a secondary industry. If we cannot
get the machinery for such a
major secondary industry, then
Jet us invest in p‘antation indus-
tries in British Honduras; tractors
and other agricul:ural machinery
are at any rate easier to obtain
than industria! machinery.

I have written so far as if these
projects must be run by Govern-
ment. I don’t :nean that at all.
What I do mean is that they must
be Government inspired. This I
see is also His Excellency’s view,
when in a_ startlin proposal
(startling to the vernment
Party) he accepted in principle a
policy of Government sponsored
loans to private enterprise. Shades
of Nelson Street; how could he!
At least one Administrator refuses
to be ideologically isolated by his
principal legislative advisers.
Bravo, Governor.

Puerto Hico, whose population
to the square mile is only half that
of ours, has acquired an industrial
development of Caribbean, if not
Hemispheric importance. This
remarkable development has been
entirely Government inspired.
Munoz Marin, now Governor, one
time political leader. socialist
probably, but where Puerto Rico
is concerned, realist primarily, will
go down in history as the greatest
Caribbean Statesman of the cen-
tury. He gave every conceivable
concession to invite industry into
his country; yet Puerto Rico has
not rested on this achievement;
it has just announced its intentior.
further to canvass labour for its
people on the farms and planta-
tions of the United States South.
and theirs is only half the popu-
lation density of Barbados to the
square mile.

If we hope to get industry we
must do all Puerto Rico has done,
and if possible more. Every
freedom from direct tax with-
held, every concession denied,
condemn the unemployed to a
deeper fate of dependence and
the awful waste of an honourable
humanity, a degradation of spirit,
a sapping of community morale,
The young are sentenced to reach
maturity and beyond in an idleness
that sooner or later must demor-
alize them utterly. Their idleness
stands as an accusing finger poised
censuring'y at the conscience of
the leadership of this country.

His Excellency realized that we
cannot achieve progress w thout
the cure of unemployment; but
we will never achieve it if our
people continue to be influenced
by a collection of ideologists at
the seat of Government, who do
not, or cannot recognize that
doctrines applied with doubtful
success to a highly industrialized
metropolitan centre, can only spell
ruin when applied to an over-
populated and backward agricul-
tural area.

Barbados needs something
greater than the present work'ng
class party to implement His
Excellency’s economic directives;
that party for convenience of the
doctrine of the class struggle which
it accepts, does not acknowledge
that the progress of the community
is absolutely dependent upon
encouragement to pr vate enter-
prise both localty and from abroad;
such acknowledgement would
destroy its theory of the class war,
nullify its propaganda, and cer-
tainly weaken its political influ-
ence. But class as Edith Caveli
said of patriotism, “is not enough”.
We will onty achieve progress
where our leadership is inspired
by community as distinct from
the partisanship of class. We owe
His Excellency a debt for his un-
exampled pointing “of the way.
“Time is running out. Action
catnot be postponed”.



Land of Prayer Gets Ready

GANGTOK, India.
ea. the Land of Prayer,
“has decided to go on a, defen-
sive war footing against Commu-
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villages along, nearly 2,' es
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gun and better food, good

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By Sidney Smith

only on a one-man-from-one-
family basis among the trading
and farming middle classes who,
if vhey have not a man to spare,
must either pay an indemnity
equal to the cost of one soldier
or hire a servant to join for them.

Another forceful military meas-
ure just completed is the transfer
from Lhasa of troops of the Dalai
Lama, with two batveries of 30
year-old mountain guns and a few
modern Brens, to the province of
Tsang, home territery of the ex-
iled Panchen Lama, pawn of “ho
Communists.

The Lhasa forces have de-
posed and transferred all the
Panchen Lama’s troops, police,
and Government officers. Sus-
pected Communists and militant
Panchen Lama supporvers, in-
cluding monks, are disappearing
into monastic dungeons.

The Chinese Communists have
rebuilt three vgartime airstrips
hundreds of miles inside Tibet at
Sining, Chamdo, and Jyekundo.

Red Background
On he noth-western borders of
Tibet, in Ladakh and on the Kash-





mir borders of Eastern Turkestan,
Russian forces have completed, a
string of mountain forts and three
airfields, which vhey have just
handed over to the newly arrived
“Chinese Liberation Forces.” One
of the airfieids is within 100 miles
of Indian Kashmir. ;
The two leading players.in this
{rst top-of-vhe-wor]d political
skirmish are a pair of omnipotent
enthroned little boys—reincarnat-
ed lamas, in conical hats and
maroon-and-yellow silk gowns

Neither has ever played #
game or seen a toy, or met a
fellow child. Both have already
completed their studies in logic,
philosophy, theology, and meta-
physics withaut ever leaving
their silk-scarved thrones and
bannered boudoirs.

The Dalai Lam a, Lhasa’s
supreme ruler with the qualified
approval of the Senior Oracle, is
14 years old, His rival, the
Panchen Lama, is 12. But they
are about the only individuals in
Tibet or China who know nothing
of the threats and fears exchi ng-
ed in their names. They are weil
screened by their septuagenarian
regents

London Express Service.



Nitting On The Fence

By Nathaniel Gubbins

“Our aim is to create a happy country... .
So let us go forward together with courage
and resolution towards that happy country.”
Sir Stafford Cripps’s Budget broadcast.
MAYBE a hundred years from now

A happy day will dawn
When men will ask “What's income tax?”

And me and Cripps are gawn
When men will ask “What's income tax

When no one’s earning money?”

And night and day will laugh and play

And live on milk and honey.

A man who lives on little pills;
Is little else but brain
Who's never heard of:income tax
Who’s never heard of money.
Whose sex apil is almost nil
Who asks “What’s milk?”
“What's honey?”

A thousand thousand years from now
In ages dark and dim

No man or superman may live;
No it, no her, no him,

No living thing may walk the earth
Nor fly, nor swim, nor crawl;

The sky, the sea, the iand may be
Chock full of sweet dam all.

So do not grudge that extra hour
Those taxes off your pay

Each sacrifice brings nearer still
The happy, far off day

When men will not pay income tax
Or earn their daily bread

Nor eat, nor drink, nor plan, nor think
Because they’ll all be dead.

HUSH A BYE JUNIOR

An American doctor complains that Ameri-
ean children won’t listen to mother’s lullabies
because they’re not up to date and realistic.
IF you don’t go to sleep this minute, Elmer,

shall sing you a lullaby.
Aw, gee, Mom,

“Hush a bye Baby on the tree top.”

Yeah, and I know the rext line, too. ;

All right, Elmer, if you’re so smart, what is it?

“Hush a bye Baby on the tree top, while Momma
goes out with a guy to bebop.”

How dare you say such a thing, Elmer? You
know perfectly well Momma never goes out with
anybody but Poppa.

No kiddin? And I suppose Poppa never goes
out with anybody but Memma? Remember that
line in “Sweet and Low,” Mom, “When Dadda
comes home to his babe in the nest”?

Sure I remember it, Elmer.
| to you often enough?

Often enough is right. Kinda funny about that
line. “WHEN dadda comes home.” In those lul-
labies daddas always seemed to be out some place.
Maybe those old timers who wrote the lyrics knew

;somp’n,

Right now your Poppa’s working late at the
office so he can buy you a noo baseball bat for
your birthday.

Yeah. And a noo mink coat for the steno-
grapher, too, I guess. You can’t fool me, Mom.

When your Poppa comes home I shall tell him
what a naughty little boy you’ve been.

If I'm still awake maybe I'll tell him what a
naughty little boy HE’S been. Good-night, Mom.

Good-night, Elmer. I’m ashamed of you.

I'm ashamed of both of you, Mom, But I can
take it. Have a swell time, Mom,

NIGHTSHIRT BLUES

People may laugh at the physician who said that
men ought to wear nightshirts because “the
pyjama is helping to bring about the decadence of
our good old institutions.” But they should re-
member that the nightshirt, in its prime, was a

most effective garment when worn by an angry | ;

father surprising his daughter with a young man
in the front parlour. .
* * *

Let us reconstruct a front parlour scene at mid-
night in the year 1870.

Egbert: You know, Arabella, that I have never
been insensible to your charms. It is, indeed, only
with the utmost restraint that I can compel these
eager arms, ever ready, nay, anxious, to embrace
that frail and lovely form I see before me, to re-
main,

Arabella: Hist! But what is that? (A heavy
footstep is heard on the stair. Arabella throws a
beautifully-timed swoon and falls into Egbert's
arms. Enter Arabella’s father, Old Man Grimjaw,
complete with nightshirt, boots, Dundreary whis-
kers and candle. The draught from the hall is
blowing hard across his hairy legs, giving Egbert
a fleeting impression of corn waving in the breeze).

Old Man Grimjaw (staring hard at Egbert):
Dastard!

Egbert (flushing): I beg your pardon?

Old Man Grimjaw: Dastard, I say.

Egbert: Oh, I thought you said....

Old Man Grimjaw (raising his right foot):
Silence, sir. By your ungentlemanly conduct, Sir,
you have outraged the hospitality of this roof. Get
out, sir, before I kick you out, sir, and never
darken these doors again, sir.

(Hurried exit of Egbert)
HEART TO HEART CHAT

IT IS incredible to me, dear, that you should
have any qualms about being a farmer’s wife, I
think you are very fortunate, indeed, to be én-
Baged to such a worthy young man.

You say his minners are uncouth and that his
cthes smell of pig’s swill when he takes you out
of an evening. Yuu should not be so particular.
dear. An honest man with an unpleasant odour is
better than a scented villian.

Try ammonia, dear, and look on the bright side.

—London Express Service.



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we can live power and electricity depend

clothing for months,

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denses to form clouds, and later run-off,
falls back to the earth as rain.

and this is
feature of conservation.

the prime

are unfit for permanent settle-
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Ww

out water is figured in terms processes in industry need water ous communities if its

of hours and minutes.

is something we seldom think provided men with a

water hes
means Of

from earliest times,

Water is common, easily transportation; water dictates yne
accessible, and cheap. It is cheaper location of cities and farms; in te
than dirt. You can buy water ‘n form of ice, water is used univer 5~

cities, delivered by tap to.your ally for cooling and preservin®:
path and sink, for a nickle a ton, water is the great determinant
v just ordinary dirt fill costs political boundaries.
from a dollar up, and topsoil comes

at around $10.

With so many demands upon i}+

" Tt is only when a crisis occurs there naturally is competition be~

that we realize our

dependence tween one use and another, Somo~

upon water, Even then we mostly times municipal or provincial 9°

gap measures

take. stop

such as federal governments must step in
_ prohibiting the watering of. lawns and establish priorities, They may

or shutting off the supply for a prohibit street washing, or reduce

hours a day, or, as in New
‘ork recently, going without shav-
ing on one day a week.

~Jn a paragraph, here are ten of

the most important uses of water,
every one of which has been the
of hundreds of volumes of

withdrawal for electric power
generating, or ration’ the supply to
industries.

‘Our disregard of the importance
f rainfall and water supply has
become a dangerous influence in

technical writing: Moisture in thes our civilization. It leads to faulty

air makes organic life possible,
drinking water is our greate
physical need; plants, from low

economic ideas, confuses our
thinking about colonization and
immigration, blinds us to the con-

lichens in Niagara Gorge to gia@t sequences of building bigger and

Douglas firs of British Columbia,
grow only where there is water:

the sea is the home of the fish an

bigger cities, and leads us into
wrong judgments about the loca-
on and prospects of factories,

“years,

wisely used. Our water problems
are the outcome of our efforts to
adapt our physical environment to
our economic and socia! needs,
without reckoning sufficiently on
nature's unchanging ways.

All the water available to man
is derived from the condensed va-
pour of the atmosphere. An im-
portant step forward in the science
of hydrology (which is concerned
with the properties and distribu-
tion of water) was taken in receat
It was recognition of the
fact that the distribution and
transport of water obey a funda-
mental law of equilibrium. This re-
lationship is called the hydrologic
cycle. It represents the balance cf
water that exists between (1)
oceans, lakes, streams and under-
ground waters, (2) the solid part
of the earth, and (3) the atmos-
phere

Water is ceaselessly circulating
from the earth to the atmosphere
and back to the earth again
Evaporating from ponds, streams,
rivers and it forms

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water vapour

Rain which falls on the land is
disposed of in some or all of four
ways: some evaporates directly,
some is held in the surface soil
and subsequently evaporated by
plants, some filters through the
top layers and passes to the rocky
strata beneath, and some runs off
into rivers and = streams, The
amount of rainfall available for
the good of humanity is deter-
mined by the temperature, the
nature of the land surface, vegeta-
tion, and other feographical
features,

That part of the rainfall that is
absorbed by the ground is of very
great importance. It sinks down
until it joins the vast underground
reservoir of water that exists under
practically all of the earth's
surface. It is this groundwater, as
it is called, that feeds springs and
wells and rivers. It fyrnishes
water to plants by capillary action.
It dissolves mineral matter out of
the soil, thus supplying food to
the plants

The only way to get more water
for our use is to intercept it in the

It is obvious that there is little
use in crying for rain if we allow
it to wash across our fields and
make its quickest way to the sea
along some river bed. Man's
limited comprehension has waited
millions of acres of land caused by
sharp drops in crop yields, starved
cattle, spread deserts over the face
of the earth and devastated in-
dustrial areas,

farm districts.
Extracts from a

There is, without doubt, a
serious situation in regard to
water in many parts of the world.
Searcity of drinkable or otherwise
usable water is fast becoming the
limiting factor in the expansion
of agriculture and industry and
the growth of communities, Many
a city and town that only a few
years ago had adequate reservoir
capacity is finding that an un-
expected increase in population
taxes its water supply. The farmer
finds that he must dig deeper wells.
In some places, where water is
drawn from artificial. reservoirs
silt is being carried from eroded
watersheds to fill up the storage
capacity.

An excess

most as bad as

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a shortage. Tropi-

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Of India

LECTURE ON “Religions and

Customs of India” will be
given by Mr. C. Johns at the
Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock on Friday
night.

Mr. Johns has spent several
years in India and travelled ex-
tensively throughout that country.
At the conclusion cf the Lecture
anyone present is invited to ask
questions on the subiect

IX ACCIDENT® xccurred over

the week-end, but in nv
instance was anyone severely in-
jured.

Four men-—Joseph Alleyne,
Clyde Carter, Darnley Codrington
and Charles Sealy—were injurea
when a lorry on which they were
travelling, struck a rock in the
road at about 2.30 a.m. on Satur-
day.

The lorry, which is owned by
Willia:a Gittens of South District,
St. George and was also being
driven by him, was conveying a
boarded and shingled house along
V/arner Road, Christ Church when
the accident occurred. Fourteen
men were on the platform of the
iorry. The house, which is the
property of Horace Alleyne of
Mapp Hill, St. George, was being
removed to Dover.

All the injured men were taken
to the General Hospital. Codring-
ton and Sealey were detained,
while the others were treated and
discharged.

AKEFIELD ROAD, St. John

was the scene of an accident
at about 9.30 a.m. on Saturday
between the motor lorry T-190,
owned by George Moore of Small
Town, St. John and driven by
Thaddius Moore of Barrack Road,
Bank Hall, and a bicycle ridden
by Kenneth Holder of Venture, St.
John.

The bar, head-lamp and back
wheel of the bicycle were damaged.
Holder was taken to the General
Hospital by the Police van. He
was treated by Dr. David Payne
and detained.

DONKEY-DRAWN cart,
owned ard driven by Prince
Fields of My Lord’s Hill, St.
Michael, was involved in en
accident with a motor cycle, owned
and ridden by Grant Crookendale
of St. George, at about 4.15 p.m
on Saturday on My Lord’s Hill.
The shaft of the cart was broken
while the front fork, handle-bars
and head-lamp of the motorcycle
were damaged.

N SATURDAY night shortly
after 10 o’clock an accident
occurred on Dottins’ Alley, City,
between a bicycle owned by Med-
ford Hunte of Parish Land, ‘St.
George, and ridden by MacDonald
Walrond of Airy Hill in the same
Parish, and another bicycle, owned
by Leslie Nurse of Mansion Road,

Bank Hall. The front wheel and
fork of Hunte’s bicycle were
damaged.

7TWO MOTOR LORRIES be-

longing to Messrs. General
Traders Ltd., Staple Grove, Christ
Church, were involved in a
collision on Sunday at about 7.30
a.m. on St. David’s Road, Christ
Church. The radiator, fan and
right head-lamp of one of the
trucks were damaged. |

HIE LOSS OF three boxes of

potatoes valued $10 was re-
ported by James A. Tudor. He
reported that the potatoes were
taken from his residence “Lemon
Grove”, Westbury New Road on
Saturday.

CRICKET MATCH was play-

ed at Highland Grounds on
Sunday between a team captained
by Carl Drakes, and another
skippered by L. Dawson, The
game ended in a draw.

Drakes’ team won the toss, but
the entire side fell for 117 runs,
In reply Dawson’s team knocked
up 106 for the loss of five wickets
when stumps were drawn.

Drakes captured three for 42
runs,

LADYS LAWRENCE of Christ
Church was seen in difficul-
ties while bathing opposite “Denise
Monie”, near Bathsheba, on Sun-
day morning at about nine o'clock.
She was rescued by Carlton
Moore and Seibert Lawrence, both
of Christ Church.

ARBADOS EXPERIENCED a
very dry week-end. Between
Saturday and up to 6 o'clock on
Sunday morning only one part of
rain fell. This was in the Parish
of St. Philip.

On Sunday and up to 6 o'clock
yesterday morning a total of 22
parts fell but of this only three
parts fell during the day in one
parish—St, John. :

The returns for this perioc
during the night were: St. Thomas
10 parts, St. Joseph four parts
St. James two parts and St. Johr.
three parts.

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THE FIRST LETTER

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lownPlanning, |
Inquiry

THE following text has been |
issued by the Acting Colonial
Secretary, notifying the appoint-
ment of Mr. H. A. Vaughan to a
Commission of Enquiry.

WHEREAS by the Commission
of Enquiry Act, 1908, it is enacted i
that it shall _be lawfui for the |
Governor-in-Executive |Commit-
tee, whenever he shall deem it
advisable, to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner and
authorising such Commissioner to
enquire into the conduct of any |
officer in the public service of the |
Island:

._ AND WHEREAS the Governor-
in-Executive Committee deems if
advisable to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner and
authorising him to enquire into
allegations against the conduct of
officers in the public service:

_ AND WHEREAS the Governor-
in-Executive Committee is of the
opinion that such an inquiry is for
the public weifare:

NOW THEREFORE, know ye
that by these presents and by the
power and authority in me-vest-
ed, I Alfred William Lungley
Savage, C.M.G., Governor of the
Island, do hereby, in Executive
Committee, appoint and’ constitute
you, the said Hilton. Augustus
Vaugitin, to be a Commissioner
for the purpose of inquiring —



“whether there is any justi-
fication for allegations that
payments, rewards or other
considerations have been

sought, offered, promises, made

or received by or to the Archi-

tect and Town Planning Officer
or other public servants em-
ployed in the Department of the

Architect and Town Planning

Officer in connection with the

construction of buildings for

which the said Department is
responsible; and if so, in what
circumstances the transactions
took place and what persons
were involved therein: ”

and of reporting thereon:

AND I further authorise you in
the prosecution of your enquiry
to obtain such evidence or infor-
mation as you may deem neces-
sary in the furtherance of your
investigation, subject to the pro-
visions of the Commission of
Enquiry Act, 1908:

AND I hereby direct you to
hold your Enquiry at the Town
Hall on such dates as you shall
appoint.

AND I further direct you to
render a report of the said En-
quiry within thirty days of the
commencement thereof, but in
any case not later than the thir-
tieth day of June,. 1950.

Given under my hand and
the Great Seal of the Island,
this first day of May, one thou-
sand nine hundred and fifty in
the Fourteenth Year of His
Majesty’s Reign.

By His Excellency’s Command,

P, F. CAMPBELL,

Acting Colonial Secretary.

What's on Today

Meeting of Barbados Asso-
ciation in Aid of Blind,
Deaf and Dumb, at Social
Welfare Office, Garrison,
2.30 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.

Football at Queen’s Park at
5.00 p.m.

Police Band Concert at Bay
Street, Esplanade, at 8.00



p.m.
Basket Ball at Y.M.C.A. at
7.30 and 8.30 p.m.

All Day Rush
For New
Stamps

Several employees at the Post
Office had to do the work of sell-
ing stamps yesterday, when the!
new issue was on sale for the first
time, There was a rush for the



issue from the start and the long |

queues only thinned near closing
time,

The Postmaster told the “Advo-
tate” that though at the time of
closing it was not possible to
ascertain the actual amount of
stamps sold, he was certain that
the sale had been a big one having
regard to the consistent demand
throughout the day.

This barrage of purchasers was
anticipated he said, and therefore
plans were made to get things
working as smoothly as possible
gg to the satisfaction of the pub-
ic,

Two ladies were called upon to
sell to those persons who only
wanted sets of stamps and there
was an abnormal demand for
these. They just vanished as it
were, he said.

In a short time no less than
about five selling points were
established including one in the
Information Branch. He thought
the work had been performed
splendidly and to the satisfaction
of ihe public,

The stamps are of twelve deno-
minations ranging from 1 cent to
two dollars and forty cents.

The selling of the issue also be-
gan in England yesterday by the
Crown Agents for the Colonies.

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First House of Assem bly
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WANTED—£100,000 FOR B’‘DOS DEVELOPMENT CO.

enone nearer: Tiel MENTING Of the House

Perjury Case
Dismissed

THEIR Honours of the Assis-
tant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery
yesterday upheld a decision of
His Worship Mr. A, J. H. Han-
schell who dismissed a case which
Reginald Eastmond of Britton’s
Hill brought against Egbert
Gilkes, alleging that he had com-
mitted perjury on December 31,
1948. The alleged perjury was
claimed to have been committed
during a case which was heard
before His Worship Mr. H. A.
Talma. In that case Eastmond
had accused Gilkes of fraudulent
conversion of 50c.

The case arose out of transac-
tions in connection with AME. |
Church funds. |

Eastmend was represented by
Mr. Ward. Mr. Douglas appeared
for Gilkes, Eastmond appealed
against Their Honours’ decision.

The charge was brought up on
seven grounds, but Mr. Ward con-
centrated on ‘three instances of
the alleged perjury in his address
to the court.

One point which was strongly
argued was whether a denial by
Gilkes of his having said he had
had a sum of money in hand could
constitute a perjury if it were
proved that he had not said in
hand, but that he had had the
money to the credit of the church.

Stick No
Bills

_ Posters cannot be stuck on build-
ings, trees, walls, fences, and the
like, unless permission has previ-
ously been given in writing by the
owner, occupant, or person in
charge of the premises.

This information was gleaned
by a representative of the Advo-
cate yesterday, when he tried to
find out whether there is any
official Regulation concerning the
posting of bills, ete,

The indiscriminate posting of
these vari-coloured bits of paper
along the highways presents an
unsightly appearance, and the
occupants of premises thus decor-
ated are apt to be—justifiably—
annoyed,

It was disclosed that anyone
guilty of this “bill-posting”’ with—
out the requisite permission, can
be brought before the Court by
the owner, occupant, or caretaker
under the Petty Trespass Act
1903—4.

IMPORTS
YESTERDAY

Over 1,322 bags of fine salt
along with ample supplies of beer,
vermouth, and onions arrived
from Liverpool for Barbados on
Sunday. These were the cargo of
s.s. Interpreter,

The Interpreter brought a varied
cargo. Biscuits, stoves, cod liver
oil, enamel ware and hardware
were other items included in the
cargo.

On Saturday, the Planter called
from Curacao, and Trinidad, Its
cargo included rinso, fish paste,
machinery, cycles, motor spares,
bolts and steel bars.

Both vessels operate under the
Harrison Line.

Arriving here yesterday morn-
ing was the Schooner D’Ortac with
100 tons of firewood, and 500 bags
of charcoal. The D'Ortae came
from British Guiana.



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of Assembly since the re-opening
for the 1950-51 Session takes placg
at 3 p.m., today, with too Govern-

ment measures on the ‘Order
Paper.

The first is a Resolution to
make it lawful for a Vestry to

lease land within their parish for
a period not exceeding 21 years.
Purpose of the Resolution is to do
away with tne unwieldy practice
of having to pass an Act each
time that a Vestry wishes to lease
land for more than a year.

The second Government
measure is a Resolution to sanc-
tion and confirm the rules

entitled the “Merchandise Marks
Rules 1949,” made by the Registrar
on April 1, 1950, under the provi-
sions of the Merchandise Marks
Act, 1949.

First item under Private Mem-
bers’ Business is a Bill tabled by
Mr. F. E. C. Bethell to vest a
parcel of land in St. John in the
Bishop of Barbados and the Rector
of St. John.

Mr. D. D. Garner is then ex-
pected to move the passing of an
address to the Governor asking
that £100,000 be appropriated
from the General Revenue for the
establishment of the Barbados
Development Co,

Nearby—But
Not Guilty

THEIR Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday con-
firmed a decision of Mr. H. A.
Talma, Police Magistrate of
District “A”, Mr. Talma had fined
Joseph Watson of Hopes Alley,
City, 15/- when he had found
him guilty of having gambled on
Conchs Alley on March 18,

Watson was charged along with
Brandford King and_ Clarie
Bourne of Culloden Road. King
and Bourne pleaded guilty, but
Watson who admitted being near-
hy at ‘the time of the arrests,



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FRANCIS WEBSTER of Church
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tenced to 14 days’ imprisonment
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His Worship Mr. D. D. Morris,
when he was found guilty of
loitering in 7th Avenue, Belleville,
with intent to commit an offence.

Webster was seen about 11.40
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looking around at. the houses.
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Their Honours ordered Beckles,
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OSCAR WORRELL of Ivy
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ing the motor lorry M.9382 on
Barbarees Road, a highway, with
inefficient brakes on February 3.

Mr, A. J. H, Hanschell ordered
him to pay a fine of £3 in two
months or in default ong month's
imprisonment.

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CHARLES KING, a labourer of
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The. motor vessel Moneka after |
an absence from the island of over |
six months, sailed to its berth in|
the Careenage yesterday morning. |

The Moneka with its sister sip!
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bere. Aw least once every two I
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terday, the same spot was coverea
with a pile of lumber.

The ballast of the Potick has no!
heen! tackled yet. Plans are afoot
for getting iv up before the end of
May.

PEASANTS’ LOAN |
|

KNIGHTS’ DRUG STORES

FOR REXALL PRODUCTS



BANK REMOVED

The Peasants’ Loan Bank has
been removed from the site near
the Children’s Goodwill Leagu:

Creche to the building formerly |
i



cecupied by the Department c!
Science and Agriculture

This is only a
arrangement until other accom-
modation can be found ; the Advo-
cate was informed yesierday.

CHECK THIS LIST NOW!

vemporary BOYS
BOYS’ % HOSE—Grey only............ @ $ .72 pair
BOYS’ SHIRTS
In stripes and plain colours @ 87c., $2.01, $2.42
and $2.92 each
@ 24c. and 36c. each



FLYING FISH SCARCE |l} poys: pron CAPS

or leave it” at five cents

DYED LINENS—In Navy, Royal, Brown, Reige, Pink,
Green, Gold, Peach and White @ 82¢., 94¢., and
97c, a Yd, 5

DYED TOBRALCO—in White Royal and Navy.

CHILDREN’S LACE SHOES

| In Black and Tan (Sizes 11-—1) @ $4.30 a pair



25 YEARS AGO
ADVOCATE, MAY 1, 1925
I believe that the death of Mr.
Washington Harper will be felt by
all as a loss to the community
Washington Harper, the enlighten-
ed City Father and Vestryman is

GIRLS’ LACE SHOES—(Sizes 2—5) @ $5.14 a pair

® PANAMA HATS @ $1.62, $1.79 and $1.82 each
well known to everyone, and there | | tf BERETS in Green, Beige, Brown Saxe, Red,
can be very few who have not |! Royal and Navy at $1.01 each.

come to recognise in him a man of {f sae $ hall i
also STATIONERY

conspicuous honesty of purpose,
with a touch of genius in Rulers, Quink, Pencils, Sharpeners, Holders, Golden

wide sympathies, and sound judg-
Platignum, Esterbrook and Waterman’s Fountain Pens.

HARRISCN'S

the direction of social life.
COG. Cat.










It's Quite

pa BROAD ST,
NATURAL i



everybody wants

GAS

vherever a clean fuel is needed,

WHY? |

| because it is best,

HE SMOKES

« DOBIES”

FOUR-SQUARE PIPE ~

TOBACCO.



... with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub









The name alone is your guarantee of Fine Fabrics.

We have -- -

PRINTED SPUN PIQUE

| Crease resisting 36” wide—per yd.

~~ HLA
PLAIN LIBERTY LINEN

Crease-resisting, in Shades of Green, Saxe, Dark Brown,

Light Grey, Rose, Beige, Aqua, Light Blue, Pale Pink,
36” wide—per Yd. He ate

Cave SHEPHERDS Co, Li.

10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET.

Tan and Cinamon,









PAGE SIx

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON



TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1950


















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» Tomato Juice
» Fruit Salad

1) STUART & SAMPSON

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Tins Peaches <
Pears

Palethorpe’s Stafford
Pork Sausages -

Palethorpe’s Oxford
Sausages

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Palethorpe’s
Cambridge Sausages

» Pineapple Jam (2 Ib.)
» Marmalade Jam (2 tb.)
Marmalade Jam (2lb.)

Huntley & Palmer's
Biscuits—4 lines of
Assorted (1 tb)

Tins Custard Cream (2 Ib)
» Short Cake (1 Tb)
















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atrue friend inthe home,
always ready to render
first aid when an acci-
dent occurs. Never
be without this safe,
reliable antiseptic
that is so helpful in
guardiog against in-
fection, Listerine
Antiseptic is real
health protoctica—
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ALL TAKE THE PUG ~
63 THE MIDDLE, STIMRUPS. a /1'VE GOT Hib GUN, Ko.
Gy [GO FOR PROFILE -IN BUT IT'S JAMMED !
CASE HE'S GOT A GUN! SO HURRY UP WITH
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COLLINS Lid. 4" °

and select your Favourite Line

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Dect Gracy ail

BEAUTY PREPARATIONS.





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baie ¢ with Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry
: ‘ se = : = “WO6o- “f MAGGIE MUGT HAVE BEEN MAGGIE - 1 NEVER KNEW you | WHY-VOU BiG CLOWN! | GI KEM ” “
Sone Berens ES, . SHE NOT ONLY. LEFT AG WERE SUCH A FINE COCK-THAT OUR NEIGHBOR NEXT } | N grocer’s every time you want to bake, ine :
STAYING FOR DINNER =f ME -BUT ALL. THIS FOOD Te | eee S Eben re W AS T ao br chu eta ‘ No more worries about yeast spoilacre 1. Sprinkle into lukewatm
EeRTa oo fF z SLIM GO'NG TO RCT TE ATE 4 IN iC : : ' water,
[seers < Pees Pe | ies oo Mont = ‘can T. a — BECAUSE HER ICEBOx | | INDIAN TONI } Fieischmann’s wonderful new granu) er Z
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| \ Ma weakness, Loss of Energy, Muscular Debility, and all run b
a

down conditions where a Stimulating Tonie is desire
PRICE: 6/- A BOTTLE.

We have just received: —

ARRID DEODORANT

Price: 3/- A JAR



| Je Stays tesh without retiigeration

The





Obtainabdle at:—

Messrs Booker's bos) Drug Stores Ltd.

Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings.



BY ALEX RAY).OND

WHAT'S THE ~< YOU BETS AM! you BUNGLED

BIG IDEA, VENUS? \ THE WHOLE OZaL! Tf

ARE YOU RUNNIN’ ] LIKE A WINNER!
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Precision built, and designed to minimise
strain on chassis, Telehoist Hydraulic Tip-
ping Gear can be fitted to almost any type of
short or long wheelbase vehicle. Speedy
tipping is controlled from the driver’s cab
and the body can be raised or lowered and
held at any intermediate Position.

All Telehoist equipment is guaranteed for
twelve months,







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ails fram the Sole Agents for Barbadas
DOWHING ESTATES AND TRADING Ca, Ltd.

| Hay Street.
DDD DDD LDPE |







TAY 2, 1950

CLASSIFIED ADS.





=———_—_



DIED

DOUGLAS-—-ERNESTINE LAVINiA,
her residence, “O-Cetta” Bay St. on
Sunday 30th April at 3.20 a.m. Her
body was interred the same afternoon
at Ch. Ch. Cemetery.

NELLIE DOUGLAS (daughter).
2.5.50—1n.

WATKINS—LOUISA. Funeral will leave
her late residence at Bath Village
Christ Church at 4.15 p.m. this after-



at







noon for St. Lawrence Church and } particulars
thence to Christ Church Cemetery et ee 28.4.50—t.f
erat are invited. reece vi}
Meta scod, Herbert Brathwaite, GRAN Go
Lilian Belgrave, Drucilla Griffith, | « ream eg ae oO eee ae oe id
Helen Forde (Children); Grace Pres- | jy.4.9 TY vert Ceres <
ang Bese eee (Grandchildren) on en
see ee
nidad Pa: }
pers please copy LITTLE HAMILTON—St. Lawrence on
sen. Unfurnished, 3. bedrooms ete. No
Apply to Miss Bayley, Marathon,
THANKS Lawrence, Dial 8144. 2.5.50—In
—_—_— |
We the undersigned beg to thank all | |ARGE COOL ROOM—$8.00 per month. |
our kind friends who sent Flowers, Cards,; Apply: Miss Shepherd, Sunny Side,
Letters or in any other way expressed | Black Rock 2.5.50—3n
a sympathy with us in our recent | --——————__
joss, MARKHAM—On the i
Mrs. Iris Watson, The Misses E. M. | furnished or ontusanenbde§ bapnoan
and 1D, Watson, Mr, & Mrs, Thorold} with all modern conveniences. Gas in-

Watson, Mr, &



8. F. F, C, Gill, Mi



& Mrs. Alan Watson, Mr. & Mrs
Ralph Watson, Mr. & Mrs. R, S
Fraser, Mr. & Mrs, S, Bennett, Mr

Robert Watson, Mr. & Mrs. ol

Watson, 2.5.50—I1n.

Venezuela, S.A., begs to thank most sin-
cerely all those kind friends who assisted
his sister Mrs. Eloise Hall of Goodland,
St. Michael, Barbados, during the recent
ill.ets and death of his father EMMAN-
JORDAN. Trinidad papers please

2.5.50—1n.

copy.



IN MEMORIAM
—_—_
In loving memory of our dear mother
and grandmother, FLORENCE MATILDA
RATHWAITE who departed this life on
the ist of May, 1948.
a years have passed since that
ay,
When one we loved was called away
God took her home, it was His will,
But in our hearts she liveth still,
Ethel Brathwaite (daughter),
Brathwaite (grand daughter).
2.5.50—I1n

sad

Eileen

IN loving memory of our dear be-
loved Father and Husband JONATHAN
ERT ORLANDO GIBBS who de-
parted this life on 2nd May, 1948
Saints departed ever thus
Hold Communion still with
Still with us beyond the veil
Praising, pleading without fail
THE GIBBS FAMILY
2,.5.50—In

us





FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR (X 997) Overland Whippet.
cently overhauled. Four new tyres.
reasonable offer refused. Phone Worme,
Messrs. T. Sydney Kinch Ltd.

2.5.50—2n.

CAR—Austin, six Cylinder, 14 H.P~
5 Seater, adjustable steering wheel, foot-
rest, suitcase fitted to luggage compart-











ment, 13,700 miles, owner driven,
2 spare 8. A-1 condition, offers to
=. H, Bynoe, Dial 2543.

29.4.50—In

CAR—Ford 10 h.p. rebored. Gears,
differential, battery, clutch. All new in
good working order. $400.00 or nearest
1. S. King, C/o Bradshaw & Co.,
Pelmetto St. 2.5,50—In.

CAR—1941 V-8 Ford Saloon, in excel-
lent condition. Courtesy Garage. Phone
4616. 2,5.60—2n





——s
CAR-—One Hillman 1948 Model Phone |



CAPT EDMUND LEON JORDAN of







FOR RENT

4OUSES

BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mai
road, Hastings, furnished from May ist
All comforts, English baths with heater:









showers, telephones, verandahs Tele
| Phone 2949 31.3 50—t.f.0
FLAT Upstairs flat with 3 bedrooms

"ning water in each, For further



stalled for cooking. Apply: Elise Court,
) Hastings. 28.4,50—t.f.n

—_—_—_———__
ORIENT. Upper Bay St. On-the-ser
Fully furnished, For particulars apply
“Belfield”. Next door. 2.5 50—1n





RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8 30
am. and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50-—6n





PUBLIC SALES





You are reminded of the Sale which
takes place to-day at the Customs
inning at 1. o'clock. Cases of
whisky, Rum, Gin,. and Cigarettes ar@
included, in the several items of inter-
est DARCY SCOTT Govt. Auctioneer
2.5.50—1n





REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW~—A substantial Wall Bun-
galow, Verandah on three sides, Draw-
11g Room combined, 3 bedrooms, kitchen-
ette, pantry, toilet and Bath. Water and
electrie services. Fruit and coconut
tees on approximately one acre of
land. Entrance in Marine Gardens Gap,
opposite Hotel Royal. Apply to Owner
on Premises from 4 p.m. to 5 P.m. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for
inspection, thereafter sealed offer in
Writing. 2.5.50—2n







LAND—% Acre or four, spots with
a Marl Hole, situated in Fairfield Land,
Tudor Bridge Gap, St. Michaei. Apply
#. Stuart on premises.. 2.5.50—In

LEIGHTON” Situate in Passage
standing



Road, St. Michael, on 6,870

square feet of land.

tine. gallery,” Gewing, ainthge aiding
ins ery, 5 ng, itting

and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,

W.C, and bath downstairs. 4 bed-

tooms (2 with running water) upstairs.

Inspection any day (except Sundays)
between 16 a.m. and 5 p.m.

The above will be set up for sale to
Public Competition at our Office in
Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
the Sth May 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors,

23.4.50—12n .

“ALCOTT"—Situate
Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236
Square Feet of land, with right of way
to Worthing Beach.

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

W. R. Tempro 2840 or 8224 Inspection on application to the tenant
a 30.4.50—t.f.n./ Mrs. Watkins every day (except
pina between the hours of 3 and

CAR: Pontiac Convertiable Coupe p.m.
occasional four Passenger in good order The above will be set up for sale at

Reasomble price for quick Sale. Phone |
3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—Tn

CAR—Morris’ 8 h.p. 4 door Sedan in
A. 1 Mechanical condition. Newly paipt-
ed. Fort Royal Garage.





, 2.5.50—6n.
ee
FORD ENGINE: One V-8 Ford engine
and radiator in good condition, axle,
drive shaft, ring-gear and pinion, and
other parts. Enquire Auto pte
. Trafalgar Street. Phone .

per - 28.4.50—t.f.n

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL Immersion Heaters
These will warm your water for shaving
in a jiffy. Drop in and see them.
John F. Hutson Limited

29,.4,50—3n





LIVESTOCK

PUPS,—Five Pure Bred Cocker Spaniel
Pups. Apply: Harold Weatherhead. Phone
2164 or 3144. 30.4.50.—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

IRON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron
rail windows complete with shutters
Size 6ft x 4ft. Suitable for garage or
bond. Enquire Gardiner Austin's Build-
ing, opposite Plantations Ltd. Broad
Street or Phone 2696.







28.4.50-—t.f.n



EAR PLUGS—To keep out noise—just
insert them in your ears and al] noise
is obliterated—Most suitable for Resi-
dents of Hotels, Boarding Houses etc—

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES,
30.4.50—2n

—————$

FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson

incomparable Forest Green Sun Proot

White and colours, special

Pie distempers Paints $6.84 gin.

istemper $3.5) gin. They are Here.

A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

25.4.50—13n

Mendelssohn's Piano, good
condition. Inspection at the Medica!
Superintendent quarters, Genefal Hos-
pital. Dial 2308. F 2.5,60—2n.

PERFUMES — SCANDAL, MY SIN.
ARPEGE, MOMENT SUPREME, AMOUR

, SHANGHAI, All just receive
aah KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
20.4.50—2n



SAINTS—I.C.I. Special offer Gloss
Pai its. $3.45 per gallon. Come and get

’ ES & Co., Ltd
them, A. BARN se in thee

YARDLEYS — Bond Street Perfume,
Lavender Water, Cologne, April Voilet
Perfume, Lotus Cologne, Face ed

\ wder—All just received—
Tee en KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

30.4.50—2n







PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE

ARISH ST. PETER
Wantes by Ts ess ‘aw Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
capable of taking charge of Midwifery





““Salary $65.00 per month
fcants must present themselves
with Birth ‘te and credentials to

the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to

10 a.m.
Signed G. 8. CORBIN,
Clerk, 1a 22.4. 50—On.

OO

NOTICE nat 1 ie the
Is HEREBY a

intention of the Vestry of the Parish
of St. Andrew to be caused to be in-
troduced into the House of Assembly
of this Island a Bill to authorise the
Vestry to borrow a sum not exceeding
£1,000.0.0 for the of completing
the new roof on the Parish Couch ene
for providing equipment (Pews, vy
for the new chapel about to be built a
St. Simons, the loan to carry inperees
at the rate of 4% per annum and to 3
repaid by 20 equal annual co
out of the rates of the soINNER,

Vestry Clerk,
St. Andrew
2.5.50—n





public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street cn Friday the 5th of May 1950 at

2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
28.4.50—Tn.

“CASVILLE", Navy Gardens Ch. Ch.
Three bedroom bungalow standing on
8,241 sq. feet land. Can be seen at any
time by appointment. Apply C. A. Peirce,
Phone 3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—Tn,





All THAT certain messuage or store
known as No. 46 Roebuck Street stand-
ing on 2788 sq. it. of land, The
building has been recently remodelled
and renoVated. Inspection on applica-
tion to the undersigned.

The property will be set up for sale
by public competition at our office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
12th May 1950, at 2 p.m.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors.

29.4 50—12n

SES
BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
newly constructed. Three Bedrooms
running water. All modern convenien-
ces. Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4p.m.
27,4.50—6n

The undersigned will offer for sale to
public competition at their office James
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 12th
May 1950, at 2 p.m. 1 acre 2 roods 6 2/5
perches of land at Maxwell, near Top
Rock, Christ Church. This land which
is on the public road has a frontawe o
168 feet, and faces the bungalow recently
built by Mr, M. lL. Hatrison.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
Solicitors,
James Street.





27.4.50—8n.





PERSONAL





THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife
LEOTTA BARKER (nee JORDAN) as
I do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless “by a written
order signed by me.

Sgd. CHARLES CLEMENT BARKER,



(nee
BRATHWAITE) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me.
Sed. CARLTON C. BAYLEY,
Mill Yard, Brittons Hill.
St. Michael
2.5.50—2n

THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife ELSIE
EILEEN THOMPSON (nee Hinkson) as
1 do not hold myself responsible for her
or amtyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me

Sed. WALTER THOMPSON,
Content,
St Thomas
2,5. 590—2n





THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife CLOS-
3 (nee Mason) as I do

order signed by me.
Sgd. RAWLE C. BATSON,
Industry Hall,
St. Philip.
‘ 2.5.50—2h.





LOST & FOUND
LOST

Tinder please return same to Laurie
White of My Lords Hill, Licorish Village.









BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

BABARDOS FANCY MOLASSES PRODUCTION AND EXPORT
ACTS 1937 AND 1939





Uncer the above Acts, the Fancy Molasses Control and Marketing
Board has allocated the following amounts of Fancy Molasses to
{be manufactured for the purpose of export by the plaritations and
factories named. These allocations are subject to approvai by the
Governor-in-Executive Committee at the expiration of seven days
from the date of this publication:—



Name of Plantation or Factory Wine Gallons
Belle and Waterford ......2..6....... 685,000
Clift Wshienede tive pues ‘ APES * ery arae 336,300
POT MRD ov c's c Caeie ae Wain ba Mlele seamen 368,000
ME ec Li tates kn cA eda abiveas shane tags 388,000
WON I enc huge Maree ees cll eee bab dale 181,000
Gibbons and Ealing Grove 423,500
PO ba er Hin 9 goers hae sa Sk ak eG Ome) od 272,000
Ts ia eek eae ys Goes Saeed sede ee eee 526,732

| DOOUROTD 88 Ses Keatanes ed pies Slee 213,900
PI a eit at th cere ee Maa ee ora 4 466,000
PR + nace ive bel ae ea 4 SeRGaD Meek Retr eOs 183,625

\.P. Factories
WROHR 5 ELE Reece 917,449
PORNO Ce ae re Raa eu ae gi Se 50,000
a eA ae EO ie Sn ee Sah ree MII, CRAM LO 149,089
TT THM GS nls va pee ba tee vee s Ve chk eee eMeG 200,000

Total 5,360,595

POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS

Air Mails for the United States are closed at 9.00 A.M. on Satur-
days and not P.M. which is a printer’s error in the Post Office Notice
of 18th April. Mails are also closed for the United States at 11.45
4.M. on Mondays and 2.00 P.M. on Wednesdays.

Letters for CANADA for despateh on Tuesdays must be routed

via Trinidad and the higher rate of postage affixed, namely 30 cents
per % oz.





OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of thir claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
depriveu of all claims on or against the said property.
Plaintiffs’ CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS,
SYDNEY JOHN ALBERT WILLIAMS and
HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS all acting herein by Dave Arrindell
Banfield one of their ‘constituted attorneys
Defendant: ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in Baxters Road in
the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados containing by ad-
measurement twenty five hundred and eighty six sovare feet or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands of one Millicent Knight,
St. Mary's Girls’ School on lands of one Cummins on Mason Hall
Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Road or however else
the same may abut and bound together with the dwelling house
thereon erected and all and singular other the buildings and erections
on the the said parcel of land erected and built standing and being
with the appurtenances and (2) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Cheapside in the City of Bridgetown and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasurement nineteen hundred and
ninety four square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of J. E. Mason, Louis Bert, on lands of the Parochial
Building on lands now or late of F. N. Hall and on the public road
called Cheapside Road or however else the same may abut and bound
together with the messuage or dwelling house thereon and all and
Singular other the buildings and erections on the said parcel of Jand
erected and built standing and being with the appurtenances,
Bill filed: 25th March, 1950.
Dated 27th April, 1950,



BARBADOS



H. WILLIAMS,
* Regtstrar-in-Chancery,



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
In the Assistant Court of Appeal
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS—Plaintift
CLARENCE BURTON KING—Defendant

In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 27th
day of April 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance.

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at King George Road aforesaid in
the said parish of Saint Michael and
urement Twenty one perches and one
half of a perch be the same more or less
(inclusive of one pereh and one half of

FOR SALE

TWO
ATTRACTIVE
BEACH BUILDING
SITES

@ perch contained in the Public Road :
hereinafter mentioned: butting and AT
bounding on lands of one Bretton de-

ceased, on lands of Caroline Oxley, on
lands of Miss Martin and on the Public
Road called King George Road herein-
after mentioned or however else the
same may butt and bound to bring before
me an account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and vouchers,
to be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown,
before the 12th day of July 1950, in order
that such claims may be ranked accord-
ing to the nature and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefit of the said
Decree, and be deprived of all claim on
or against the sald property

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 12th day of July 1950, at 10
o’cclock a.m. when their said claims will
be _ ranked,

Given under my hand this 27th day of

April, 1950,
I V_ GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal
2.5.50-—3n

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS,
In the Assistant Court of Appeal.
(Equitable Jurisdiction).

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS—Plaintiff
|; CLARENCE BURTON KING—Defendant

Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 27th day of April 1950
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
foun on Friday the 14th day of July

GIBBS BEACH

ST, PETER

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AND
$6,000

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All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at King George Road aforesaid in
the said parish of Saint Michael and
island aforesaid containing by adiieas-
urement Twenty one perches and one half
of a perch be the same more or less (in-
citsive of one perch and one half of a
perch contained in the Public Road here-
inafter mentioned) butting and bounding
on lands of one Bretton deceased, on!
lands of Caroline Oxley, on lands of Miss
Martin and on the Public Road called |
King George Road hereinafter mentioned
or however else the same may butt and
bound and if not then sold the said prop-
erty will be set up for sale on every suc-
ceeding Friday between the same hours
until the same is sold for a sum not less
than £208. 6. 8.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1950,
I V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
2.5.50-—3n.

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| OFFICIAL NOTICE

| BARBADOS
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
















“ARGYLE” together with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
belonging situate at Wellington Street in toe City of Bridgetown and
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1789 square feet
be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands
of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a piace cailed
“Bedford Cot" the property of the said Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons
on the North and East on oth er lands of the sat place called “Bedford
Cot” ahd on the South on Wellington Street oforesaid, or however
else the same may butt and bound together wits all other buildings
on the said lane erected and built standing and be'ng with the appur-
tenances, belonging to the defendants

Bill filed Ist March 1950.
Dated 29th March, 1950.

o H. WILLIAMS,
44. 4n

Registrar-in-Chancery.





OFFICIAL NOTICE |

BARBADOS IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock im the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 3ist day of May 1950 in order thet such clairng may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectivediy,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and
deprived of all claims on or against the said property,

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON



PLAINTIFF

DEFENDANT
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formeriy part of the
lands of Ventnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of
Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre
thirty two and one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one
quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but
is now a public road) Butting and bounding towards the North on
lands of Claphany Plantation towards the East on lands now or late
of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and

seen es SSS

F, D. Barnes but now of Gordo Nicholis, J. E, Marson, and Mrs,
D. lL, Bynoe ‘and on lands of the said W. T. and F. D. Barnes and
on the South on the public read or however else the same may

butt and bound betonging to the defendant,

Bill filed 1st March, 1950,
Dated 29th March, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery





21.3.50—4n

OFFICIAL NOTICE

eee IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all

persons havine or claimine any estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the proper of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
deprived of all claims on or against the said property

Plaintiff: MARJORIE LEOTTA HUSKINSON; qualified actiny exec
will of Nathaniel Eversley deed.

JOSHUA ISADORE DAEZA

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of a larger
parcel of land containing by estimation Five Acres or thereabouts
which was part of a larger area containing by admeasurement Eight
Acres or thereabouts originally part of the lands of Worthing View
Plantation) situate in the parish of Christ Chureh and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement Three Acres, Two Roods or thereabouts
abutting and bounding on lands of the Estate of Nathaniel Eversley
deceased being the remainder of the said Five Acres above mentioned
dis of » Rockley Golf and Country Club on lands of C, E
lands ef Dr. J. I. Baeza on lands of the Estate of



trix of the



Defendant:
PROPERTY




South Easterly corner of the said parcel of land leading to the Public
Road or however else the same may abut and bound,
Bill filed: 3rd ya eee

Peet Ory ees H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY "

the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give Getic we all
ersons having or claiming any right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in oF affec ine the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public. Bulldings,
Bridgetown before the 80th day of June, 195@ in order that such claims may be
eported on and fanked aceord'ne to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
itherwise such persons will be preeluded from the benefits of any decree and be
eprived of all claims on or against the said property,





BARBADOS.
IN PURSUANCE of











Plaintiff: REYNOLD ST, Cl fet pi
: OLIVER ST, CLAIR DO"
mopeay ALL, THAT certain pie or pares! of land situate at Codrington Hill
in the parish of St ael and Island of Barbados aforesaid con-
taining by admeasuremenf one acre fifteen and a half perches abutting
and pounding on lands of the Estate of Sarah Brewster, on lands late
of S. E. Small but now of one Headley on the Public Road and on a
road. in common 16 feet wide or however else the same may abut ard
bound together with the messuage or dwelling house and all and
Singular other the buildings and rections thereon ereeted and built
standing and bein: with the appurtenances (ne pronertyof the
Defendant
Bill filed: 18t> March, i
e p pril, 1950
Dated the 26tn April, | i. wrists,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
On Saturday, 23rd April, at

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Y.M.P.C. grounds Modern High
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On Saturday, 30th April, at
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The following represented
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IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter me ed (the property of the Defendants)
to bring before me an account of their . with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesd Friday between the h urs of
i2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Bu, ‘dings,
Bridgetown before the 2nd day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked accordins to the ure and priority thereof respectively
otherwise such persons will be preciuded from the benefits of any decree and be}
deprived of all claims on or against the said property

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
DEFENDANTS: THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS
and
WINSTON THOMAS JAMES
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelliig house called or known as





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PAGE EIGHT

Harbour Log

IN CARLISLE BAY

IN PORT; Sch. Alexandtina R, Yacht
Tern Ili, Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch
Adalina, Sch. Everdene, Sch Emanuel
Gordon, Sch. Emeline, Sch. Lady Noeleen
Sch. Moliy N. Jones, Sch. Henry D. Wal
Jace, Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady
Zoileen, Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch.
Freedom Fleary, Sch, Zita Wonita, Sch.
Eastern Eel, Sch. Mermaid C,, Sch
Emeralda, Sch. E, M, Tannis.

ARRIVALS

M.V. Moneka, 100 tons nét, Capt. Hut-
son, from Grenada.

Schooner D’Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt
Gooding, from British Guiana.

Schooner Sea Queen, 10 tons net, Capt.



mn,
$.S. Interpreter, 4,025 tons net, Capt
Coates, from Liverpool.

S.S. Lake Canim, 4,294 tons net, Capt.
Wright, from Saecn.
A

‘ Ss
§.S. Johilla, 2,389 tons net, Capt. Vivian,
for Li 1

Schooner Burma D.,
King, for Trinidad.

Schooner Mary E. Caroline, 54 tons net,
t. poees for Dominica.
chooner Princess Louise, 34 tons
Gapt. Mitchell, for St. Lucia.

S.5. Sea Breeze, 4,380 tons net, Capt.
Eide, for New Brunswick.

8.8. een Ann, 5,019 tone net, Capt
MeDonald, fe St. Kitts

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS
COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station.

. 8S. Johilla, S.S. Alcoa
S.S. Loide Nicahagua, S.S.

Owyhee, S.S. Queen Anne, $.8. Sunwhit,

S.S. Benny, $.S. Corfu Island, $.S. Nor-

den, S.S. Agamemnon, S.S. Golfito, 5.S.

Silveroak, S.S. Colliroy, S.S. Nidardal,

S.S. Rangitiki, S.S. Raban, S.S. Castle-

woods, S.S. Misr, 8.8. Queen of Bermuda,

.S. Queen Elizabeth, S.S. Monte Espa-

dan, S.S. Brazil, S.S. Alcoa Polaris, S.S

» SS. Bonaire, S,S, Ciudad Trujillo,

S.S. Athelduke, S.S. Ile De Re, S.S. Bos-
- koop, S.S. Norfolk, S.S. Alcoa Puritan,

SS, Igor, S.S. Angola, SS. N. O.

Senas, S.S. Paludina, S.S. Sun Jewel, S.S.

Hermann Fritzen, S.S. Del Sud, SS

aperice. S.S. Rufina, S.S._ Polytrader,

5. Chemawa, S.S. World Trotter, S.S
eric G, Fassia, SS. San Silvestre,

S.8. Mormaclark, §.S. Lady Nelson.

59 tons net, Capt

net,



Arriving on Saturday by T.C.A. from
Montreal: —

Miss Josephine Clark, Mr. Peter Far-
mer, Dr. William Garner, Mr. & Mrs.
F, M. McGregor, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth
Froud, Mr. & Mrs. John Maxwell, Miss
Pamela, Miss Jane Maxwell, Mr. & Mrs
Jack Gallop, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Gagnor
Mrs. Mildred Wilson.

Arriving on Saturday by T.C.A. from
Bermuda: —

Mr. 8) Mrs. Clifford Roy, Mr. & Mrs.
Gilbert Minorgan.

Leaving for Toronto b

Mr. & Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Saunders.

Leaving for Bermuda by T.C.A.

Mr. Walter Davidson, Mr. Charles
Markham, Miss Mary Markham, Miss!
Doris Markham, Mr. & Mrs. Norman!
Fair, Mr. John McKenzie, Miss Isabel
Harrison, Mics Sheila Harrison, Mi

farrison, My. Patrick Labrie,
. C. 8S. Maffei.

For Trinidad:

T.C.A.

+a Ian Summer, Mr. Randolph Gil-}
bert. 1

ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L.
“From Trinidad:
Pamela Weekes, Aubrey Chase, Ega

J. O'Dowd, Vida Durity, Charles Durity *
Pat Sheppard, Kenneth’

Malcolm Jones,
Sheppard, Alma Griffith, Kenneth Jones,
Mr. A. Penner, Jean Alicroft, Pamels
Alicroft, Muriel Ramseran, Marry Dav-
les, Octavia Robinson, Evelyn Hackett
Lynda Hackett, John Corbin, Mary Cor-
bin, Raymond Dilworth, Robert Attwooll
Dorot Blackman, Dore Rameheran,
Allan wrence, Florence Thorpe, Wil-
liam Thory@, Margaret McKinnon, Vicki
Taurel, Delford Roach, William Knowles
Florence Knowles, Alice Whenell, Grace
Andrews, Gail Andrews, Arthur An-
drews, Valence Gale, David Western,
Zolia Ramirez, Allan Jones, Alfred Mac-
kie, Sally Mackie, Brian Mackie, Beu-
e Mackie, Anthony

Ronald McLeod, Mr. 4







Empire

To Take Second Place
In First Division Line-up

EMPIRE outplayed Everton

in their first division football

fixture at Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the game

by 4 goals to one before a large crowd.
All the goals were scored during the second half hour
en _ \ .

of play.

Empire brought in Barrow and
Wood in their line-up, while Rob-
inson was seen to good advantage
in the role of goalkeeper,

For Empire, Barrow headed in
an accurate corner by Harper to
open the score while Wood sent
in two and Drayton the other.

Reece, the Everton half-back,
scored the lone goal for his team.

Empire who defended the goal
from the screen end were first on
the offensive, and within five min-
utes of play, they were awarded
a penalty for foul play by the
Everton full back Robinson. Bar-
row, who took the shot, kicked
straight to goalkeeper Reece, who
had no difficulty in saving.

The Everton front line soon got
moving and bore down on their
opponents. They were, however,
given two corners, one from each
side, but without result,

Empire now took over and kept
the ball in their opponents’ area
for some time but failed to get
past their defence.

Over The Bar

Shortly afterwards, White, the
Everton outside left, after receiv-
ing from his half back, raced down
the field ang sent in a good effort
which goalkeeper Robinson push-
ed over the bar.

Everton kept on, pressing .and
Robinson at this stage was called
upon to do some work between the
uprights.

The Empire forwards now took
over and bombarded the Everton
goal, On one occasion, Barrow
hit the upright with one when
goalkeeper Reece was out of posi-
tion; and at another time Smith,
the Empire centre-half, sent in a
hard one which missed the cross
bar by inches.

The interval was taken shortly
afterwards without any scoring.

On resumption, Everton attack-
ed the Empire goal and forced
their opponents to concede a cor-
ner, but without result.

Immediately afterwards, ‘the
Empire forwards made a raid and
from an accurate corner kick by
Yarper from the left side, Barrow
‘eaded into the goal to open the
coring.

Empire again made another raid
hut this time the Everton defence
got into their way.

Empire’s Second
No sooner was the ball out of

1 the Everton goal area than it was

back again,
ood sent
Empire.

Everton now took over and
White onthe left wing sent in a
hard one but Robinson was all
there.

Everton tried to decrease this
lead and were playing with their
full backs down the field, but in
spite of this, they failed to pene-
trate the Empire defence.

The Empire forwards on the
other hand were still looking for
goals and Wood, their centre for-
ward, took a food shot from the

and {rom a melee
in the second for

Jackson Defeats
Dutchman

LONDON, May 1.

Van Dam, Dutch Miaaiewegnt
Champion, was beaten on poitits
over ten rounds by bull Jackson,
coloured Jamaican, at tne Empress
all, here tonight, in a tignt in
which Jackson's long straight iefts
was the dominating tractor,

Van Dam could not tmd the
answer to the tall slenderly built
Jamaivan’s long jabbing straight
left, delivered with the advantage
ot a remarkable reach of #2 incnes.

The Dutchman, too, was under
the disadvantage of having cuts
near both his eyes in the first
round.

In the fourth round, Van Dam
began to warm up, and scored
well with lefts and rights to the
head and bedy but he couli do
little at close quarters where Jack-
son covered up well.

Jackson relied mainly on _ his
left, making little use of his right,
except to score occasionally with
a good hook to the body on the
counter,

Van Dam, who was spoken to
for holding in the seventh round,
attacked fiercely in the last two
rounds.

Going in with both hands swing-
ing he caught Jackson with several
good punches and seeméd to Nave
the Jamaican
He could not wipe out Jackson's
lead on points over the earlier
rounds, however,

The decision in favour of Jack-
son did not meet with the approval
of « section of the crowd, who
evidently thought Van Dam should
have got the verdict through his
aggression towards the end of the
fight. —Reuter.

RUGBY RESULTS
LONDON, April 30.

Results of Rugby Union games
played on Saturday: Aberayon 8,
Lianelly 6; Abertillery 10, Bridg-
end 0; Barnstaple 6, Penzance and
Newlyn 3; Birmingham 3, New-
bridge 13; Bridgewater and Albion
5, Pontypridd 14; Bristol 5, Co-
ventry a Ebb Vale 6, Gross Keys
3; Gloucester 6, Devonwort Ser-
vices 7, Hartlepool Rovers 10,
Rfoakside 14, Neath 6; Mesteg 6,
tie, Newport 24, Penarth 0; Ply-
mouth Albion 8, Swansea 0; Ponty-
pool 3, Cardiff 8; Taunton 0; Ex-
mouth 3,
Cheltenham 12.
RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPION-

SHIP (Semi-Finals)

Huddersfield 9, Swinton 0; Wigan
5, Halifax 5; (tie, replay May 3 at
Halifax).

League Matches — White-
haven 5, Oldham 3; York 9, Dews-
bury 24.—(C.P.)

ITALIANS WIN

Torquay Athletic 0; ;

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



IN YACHT CLUB
REGATTA

“Rascal”, owned and skippered
by George Stoute, scored her first
victory for the season when she
defeated all other ‘B’ class yachts
at the Seventh Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. sailed at Carlisle Bay or!
Saturday. At previous Regattas
“Raseal” gained two second posi-
tions and was once third.

The boats sailed a south-about
cace in a medium but variable
breeze. The sea was fairly calm
and no accidents occurred.

Coming second in the ‘B’ Class
was Teddy WHoad’s “Fantasy”,
which he himself skippered. Al-
though “Fantasy” started off the
season without any exceptionally
zood werformances. she is now
picking un form apd already has
two wins to her credit,

Third in the ‘B’ C'ass was Mrs.
John Chandler’s “Q:ar", skip-
pered by Carol Burke. On previ-
ous occasions the “Okan” gs sore
two seconds but has not vet
scored a win.

The “C” Class race was taken
by “Rogue”, owned and skippered
by Gerald Nicholls. So far the
Royue has now scored three wins
and was once third.

Father Hopkins’ “Hi Ho”, which
it was thought would not be sail-
ing this season, came _ second,
while third position went to
“Peggy Nan”, owned by W. Alston
of Trinidad.

Twelve boats

once third while third was
“Dawn”, owned and skippered by
Arthur Evelyn.

“Peter Pan”, owned and skip-
pered by Eric Raison, carried off
“D” Class honours for the second
time this season. Coming second
was R. D. Murphy’s “Van Thorn-
dyke” and third was Olive Blos-
som’, owned and skippered by
Winston Hassell.

The results are:

‘B’ Class: 1. Rascal. 2. Fantasy.
3. Okapi.

‘C’ Classs 1. Rogue. 2. Hi Ho.
3. Peggy Nan.

Intermediate Class: 1. Skippy.
2. Invader, 3. Dawn.

‘D' Class: 1. Peter Pan, 2. Van
Thorndyke. 3. Olive Blossom.

B.B.C. Radio Programme.

TUBSDAY, MAÂ¥ 2, 1950

7 am, The News. 7.10 am. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Symphony of Strings,
7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking. 8 a.m. From
the Editorials, 8.10 aii. Programme Pa-
rade. 8.15 a.m, BBC Symphony Orchestra.
a.m. Close Down, 12 Noon



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Piano for Pleasure, 12.36

Choice. 1 p.m. On the

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Pe. Radio Theatre, 3.45 p.m. Small
Band Musiv. 4 p.m. The News, 4,10 p.m,
The Daily Service, 4.16 Pm. Variety 1
the Tune. 5 p.m. Veronica Mansfield.
p.m. Programme Parade. 5.30 p.m. G

aly Speaking. 5.45 p.m. Voice of {the
Violin. 6 p.m. Concerto. 7 p.m, The Ni
7.10 p.m. News Analysis. 7.15 p.m. W
ward Ho, 7.45 p.m. Letter from Lon

8 Fr ttc Newsreel, 8.15



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Tiieiannine Everton ‘Rascal’ Scores Connell Leads|7
First Victory In Rifle Shoot TO-DAY

Lt.-Col. J, Connell ended up
with the highest figure, 143 out of
4 possible 150 points when mem-
bers of the B.R_A., fired 10 rounds
at each of the three distances 300,
500 and 600 yards at the Govern-
ment Rifle Range on Saturday.

Lt.-Col. J. Connell reached 49
out of 50 points at the 500 yards,
and 48 out.of 50 at the 600 yards

Lt. C. E, Neblett, who gained
second position in points with 140,
reached 48 at the 600 yards.

During the practice, the light
was changing and the wind fish-
tailing.

Yesterday’s practice was the
last before jhe qualifying shoot for
the Frontenac Trophy which takes
place on May 6.

hollowing are the eight best
cores:






Lt.-Col, J. Connell 143
i. ©. B. Nebiett 140
T. G. Me Kinstry 139

" T_A. L. Roberts 136
Capt. J. R. Jordan 135
Capt. C. R. EB. Warner 134
Mr. W. A. Richardgon 134
Capt. S. Wéatherhead 133




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Sroea Bie buets: sath. Armstrong, Reece and hit the cross bar. Lieutenants Piero and Inzao, of Report from Britain, 11 p.m. The Ne ig “The House of the Book” ; WE CAN SUPPLY
Michael Timpson, George Weld, Julienne Half back Reece then cleared Italy, took firs and second places . '
Wilson . cate and the Everton front line then in one of the most difficult con- COLLECTION
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From La Guaira;

Paul Hesse, Nora Hesse, Enrique Kern,
Liana Cavalieros, Antonio Santaella,
Amalia Santaella, Helen Nagy, Albert
Wagner, Isidor Eder, John Mummery

From Antigua:

Rev. D. Moore, Mary Coombe, Ceeilin
Cow, Pierson Archer, Harry McKniff

m San ae i

James C.. Hotchkiss,

From St. Kitts:

Mr. C.. Seale

DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A.L

For Trinidad:

Mr. John Pereria, Mr, Clarence In-
niss, Mrs. Marjorie Inniss, Mrs. Joan
Maw, Mr, Rufus Field, Mrs. Ereta
Field, Mstre Richard Field, Mr. William
Yearwood, Mr. Thomas Burnett, Miss
Avril Rawlins, Mr. George Bowen, Miss
Barbara Bwagwangsingh, Mrs Sibyl
Jackman, Mr. Kenneth Brathwaite, Mr
Beresford Bernard, Mr, Triguero Lo-
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Mrs. Anna Mendoza, Miss Carmen Men-
Mr. Harold Robinson, Miss Valeria
ng, Miss Agatha Paul-Charies,
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ley, Mstr. Richard Gurley, Mr. Edward
Preston, Mrs. Alice Burke, Mr. Ernest
Szunyogh, Mr Aaron Kar, Miss Gwen
Cumberbatch, Mr. Carlyle Burton, Miss
Gloria Harewood, Mrs. Lilian Daniel,
Miss Evelyn Shing, Cmdr Charles Hay-
ward, Mrs. Muriel Carmichael, Mr. John
Carmichael, Mr. Maurice Watson, Mrs.
Elaine Leverock, Mr. Darrell Leverock.
For Antigua;

Rev. Raymond Warner, Mr. Herbert
wogers, Mr., Grantly Adams, M.C.P

in Juan:
Capt. Henry Balsley, Miss Alice Per-
Mr. Albert Hughes, Mrs, Hazel
Hughes, Miss Megan Hughes.

For Jamaica;

Rev. Alfred Browne, Mrs. Enid Nicol,
Mr. James Nicol, Mr, Jack Foster,

For Lea Guaira:

Mrs. Eileen Lehman, Mstr, Eric Leh-
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made a raid; Cox, their inside left,

sent in a grounder from close
range, which was stopped by
Robinson.

Everton again attacked and this
time they were successful when
C, Reece headed in from a free

kick.

Encouraged by their success,
Everton now fought for the equa-
liser but soon found themselves:
further. down when Wood scored
into an open goal with Reece well
down the field.

Matter of Minutes

It was only a matter of minutes
afterwards that Empire made an-
other attack, and| Drayton beat
Reece with a good shot to register
the fourth for his team.

The game then ended with Em-
pire winners by four goals to one,

The referee} was Mr, D. W'
Sayers, while the linesmen were
Mr. Paul Wilkins and Mr. O. $.
Coppin.

Empire: Robinson, Bynoe, Grant,
Symmends, Smith, Alleyne, Bar~
row, Dra;'ton, Wood. Taylor, Har-

per.
Everton: Reece, Robinson, Cul-

pepper, = Reece, S. Culpepper,
set Oltoh, Blades, Conliffe, Cox,
ite,



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Football Association

’ ,
Today’s Fixture
Berwick vs. Colts at Shell
Referee Mr. J. Archer,
Advocate vs, Tambrose at St.
ards,
Referee Mr. C. Jemmott.
Penrode vs. National at the Bay.
Referee Mr. E. Reece.

Leon-



Time
HERE WE GO AGAIN“ THAT
GUY CHANGES THINGS
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Y HIS TITLE IS ORGANIZATION
g@ PLANNER-WHATEVER THAT

tests of the Italian international
horse show here today—the six
obstacle, event. Lieutenany' _Inzoa
was the only rider to clear the
1.80 métres hurdle which was the
highest jump of the six closely
placed obstacles. He won' on Eleto
and was placed second on Brando,

—Reuter

France, Portugal Line
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LONDON, May 1.
France and Portugal were
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The organizing committee chose
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Sun Sets; 6.12 p.m.

Moon (Full) May 2

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High Water: 3.18 am , 4 11
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YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) nil.

Temperature (Max) 87.5° F.

Temperature (Min.) 74.0° F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
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i. %  after 10 o'clock an accident occurred on Dottlns' Alley, City, between a bicycle owned by Medford Hunte of Parish Land. St George, and ridden by MacDonald Walrond of Airy Hill in the wine Parish, and another bicycle, owneti by Leslie Nurse of Mansion Road, Bank Hall. The front wheel and fork of Hunte's bicycle were damaged. HPWO .MOTOR LORRIES belonging to Messrs. General Traders Ltd., Staple Grove, Christ Church, were Involved in a collision on Sunday at about 7.30 a.m. on St David's Road. Christ Church. The radiator, fan and right head-lamp of one of the trucks were damaged. 'TMIE IX>SS OF three boxes of M. potatoes valued $10 was reported by James A. Tudor, He reported that the potatoes were taken from his residence "Lemon Grove". Weslbury New Road on Saturday. A CRICKET MATCH was played at Highland Grounds on Sunday between a team captained by Carl Drakes, and another skippered by 1. Dawson. The game ended In a draw. Drakes' team won the toss, but the entire side fell for 117 runs. In reply Dawson's team knocked up 106 for the loss of five wickets when stumps were drawn. Drakes captured three for 42 runs. G LADYS LAWRENCE of Christ Church was seen in difficulties while bathing opposite Denise Monlc". near Balhsheba, on Sunday morning at about nine o'clock She was rescued by Carlton Moore and Seibcrt laawrci.ee. both of Christ Church. B ARBADOS EXPERIENCED very dry week-end. Between Saturday and up to 6 o'clock or Sunday morning only one part of rain fell. This was in the Parish of St. Philip. On Sunday ami up to 0 o'clock yes(enl.iy morning a parts fell but 01 Ihta oeRf th parts fell during the day in one parish—St. John. The returns for IbM per lot during the night were St Thorn 10 parts. St. Joseph four pans St. James two parts and St. Johr three parts. TowriPlanning Inquiry THE T'llluwing text has been ssued by the Acting Colonial Secretary, notimng the appointment <>f Mr H. A. Vaughan to a Commission of Enquirv WHEHEAS by the Commission of Enquiry Act, 108. it is enacted that It cttall be lawful for the -:n-Exe when he had found him guilty of having gambled on Conchs Alley on March 18. Watson was charged along with Brandford King and Claris Bourne of Culloden Road. King and Bourne pleaded guilty, but Watson who admitted being nearhjy at the time of "the arrests, denied that he had been gamliling ime. The It wait disclosed that anyoneMMUM time. The Postmaster told the "Advoate" that though at the lime of losing it was nut possible to ascertain the actual amount of stamps sold, he was certain that the sale had been a big one having regard to the consistent demand throughout the day. This barrage of purchasers was ntlcipated he said, and therefore plans were made to get .hums or king as smoothly as possible and to the satisfaction of the public. Two ladies were called upon to sell to those persons who only wanted sets of stamps and there wag an abnormal demand for these. They Just vanished as it were, he said. In a shnit time no less than about live selling points were established including one in the informal ton Branch. He thought the work had been performed splendidly and to the sjtisfactiun it ihc publK. The rtamps are of twelve denonrinattOfsl tanging from I cent to two dollars and forty cents. The •icllinK of the issue also beiMN II! l:nKI.,' .1 1-1. Crown Agents for the Colonies the owner, under the 190J—4. %  upant, or caretaker Petty Trespass Act "Just Taking A Walk" FRANCIS WEBSTEK of Church Villa**, St Michael, was sen'i'i.u'1 to It days' imprisonment with hard labour ycaterdav bv "I. Worship Mr D. D Morris. ShM found guilty of Marina In "th Avenue. Belleville. ith intent lu comml*. an offence. Webster was seen about 1140 pm In 7th Avenue. Belleville. king around at. the bouses He went to a fate and began tq open it but was arrested When asked what he WM doing tliere that time he said he was just taking .1 walk 'Moneku" Biwk For Overhaul The motor vessel Moafk. atal an absence from the isUisl of OWV six months, sailed to Nf tlie Cn-eenasje yesteria> The M— fca with its sister sh\p C.'ribbce once made regular call* ban, Av least once e\vi. tu. weeks it wan in port with passengers and cargo chiefly comprising fresh fruit and cabbages from Dominica Then* it changed skippers, and Captain Hinson. the m>w skipper, began trading with Curacao and Aiube, The main purpiwe of UM Mon rk*' visit Is an overhaul After a year of Maxb s tiling, ttaa boitorn needs cleaning, and IBM shin minor repairs Three passengers who come up j with her from Curacao said that they enjoyed .hell trap up The weather was very fine, peiniutmtha isaaael to covei ,iu> > %  >.-! iron. Grenada hen^ in one a... V.VW.Vs Fresh for youi Pets! PIRINA DOG CHOW PIRINA BABBIT CHOW h Jason Jonas & Co, Lid DUtrlbaUra. 'Polick' Up lly End Of May Divers did not work on lh< r.iUch yesterday. <)n Thursday la.-.' wt>k hitof sails were liroiighl up and pi--...I out tha biu kUhg formal 1 c-ccupied by the Departmeni < Science and Agrieultoie This is only .1 arrangement until other pecotn modation can b"found the Advo esle was Informed yesWrday. Bad Brakes OSCAR WOKHE1J. Of hrj Land, was round guilty of driving the motor lorry M Ml 00 II.ill -s Ito.id, ., highway, *itli IraMBeleni brakes on Februuiy 3. Mr. A. J H. Hanschell ordered him to pay a fine of £3 111 two months or in default one month's imprisonment. 30/FOR GAMBLING CHAHLFS KlNfi. a labourer of Black Hock arM fined 30/by Mr A J. H. Hanschell yesterday Prince Alfied FLYING FISH SCARCE Flying Fish were ve die Public Market yesterday evening The fishing boaU that re'urned between 2 and J p m brought in mostly shark. On Sunday evening Hying fish 1 .'ere so plentiful Dial thev were selling at threiOBnU aactl bu yoartaTday avanlnsj || ml '..ill al H VtlAKS AOO ADVtH'ATi:, MAY I. 182k 1 baUaya thai the daath of Mi Wailiiiigt.Mi ll.1tp.-1 will !>.. felt b> iiii m loai lo tha 1 ommuniti i. Harpar, tha rniichteii.'.1 City ralht 1 and Vaatryman v well known h, SVaryafM, and there can he Mr) lew who have noi come to root-mse In him 11 man <>l conapieuatn h ash ol p tir poaa wide %  i.vinp.ilhie-,. anil voiiud jud. ment wild ., tOUCtl of mnills in the ihreetion ol social life C.OC II NATURAL G A S WHY? IMPORTS YESTERDAY Over 1.322 bags of fine sail along with ample supplies of beer vermouth, and onions arrived from Liverpool for Barbados Sunday. These were the cargo of -s Interpreter. The Interpreter brought a varied cargo. Biscuits, stoves cod livi oil, enamel ware and hardw were other items Included in the .cargo. On Saturday, the Flaater called (rota Curacao, and Trinidad. Iv cargo Included rtfsBO, ftan paste, machinery, cycles, mo'oi paj v bolts and sU-el bars. Both venae's operate under the Harriaon Line. Arriving here yesterday morning was the Shoo.ier D'Ortar with ll tons of firewood, and 500 bags of charcoal The D'Ortar cam* Iron* British Guiana .-: %  L Tha .w HORHIS Sts U | su with a brUli.ni pfr a a as yjM waiul sjsjsjsji .-*> IIBH saghw. 1 .. al asau • *uaia tha aajaawai •! d U rssHI—lly ipr| It it • Mf >af . la*osadat froat 1 %  MM MS"DMSt re*d-holding Inrihuil kjdnvlii: bnkm !•• pss km i a slepBSMg, wkl dM> *IHM |IVM fall >Wwi of ro*d and UaSc. tmi Bgka mr* sassftag gh-ss wstpln* MS I W I SOS raaoow srlviag 'aUgM. la aMMktiaa M all IMM fastam Uwwa b. of MM, UM UWUIMNUI UURR11 % %  flail 11 T l| *yd. Mui r-iakibrr. Iss Us sssl km avkssp esn*. ic itx a BTOM M 11 1 VIN-. OOHI I a Course of It EX A L 1 RISMA-f.kX STOMAOal HMrasflal \\v |ln oner these I HE\ \tA. PRODUCTS (Oil I.ltl.R OIL KMIXHION I in i.ilatahle form Suitable foi chil.lieii and adulU COLD AND INUI tN/A MIXTl'ltE SVKI V Or HYI'tlPHOSPIIITKS .... KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES FOB I • >. 1 1-l.iiMi 1 1 CHH'K THIS LIST NOW! I.S' HOYS' 1, BOSK— C.rcv only @ > .72 pair HOYS' SIIIKTS In ^l^i|M'^ ami phiin colour* 'u* 87c. 12.01. $2.42 and S2.S2 rach BOYS' K.TON CAPS S i' 2c. and 3ic. racli PLASTIC HKl.TS S Me. .. BLACK and TAN LACK SHOKS (Si.f 2—.i| J5.ll pair BLACK I.AI'K SHOKS (Site 2— i) M.S0 pair TAN LACS SIIOKS (She 2—5) S 6.20 pair KHAKI IIKII.L from H7r. to $1.12 yd. VIHI.S DM II I.IM Ss In Nu\i. Koyal HroHii Hrigr, Pink, QrMB, l.nlil. IVII.II ..ml White .i 2... Sic., and 7r. a Yd. DYED TOIIKALCO—ill WhiliRoyal and Navy. < llll.DION S LACK SHOKS In Black ami Tun (BhaN II—I) u Wl a pair OIKI.S' LACE SIKIKS— (Sirei 2—S) rn' S.ll a pair PANAMA HATS ',i< $1.02. fl.79 and SI.82 each BKRKTS in Qreea, Beig*, Brown Sox.-. Bed, Km ill .in.l N:iv> al SI 111 rach. /s m irio.xEHr Balers, Qataik. Peneltai glmpiaeia, Holders. OeUea I'l... ..HUM. K.li'rliriink und \Van-riiinii\ Fountain Prna. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES FOUR-SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. 99 THE FIHST LETTER to >SSM-JSSSSI I Adrocalc 'es FORT ROYAL I.AIIll.i: LTD Phone 238S Diitributort Phone 4504 Liberty of London ... The name alone i* your miaranliT ol Kine Fubrics. w.. hare INTLII fiPLN 1'IIJI i: Crease resitting .16" wide—per yd ( T 1 (j|) PLAIN LIBERTY LINEN (reuse rc-.isli.iu. in Shade* of <.reen, Siixr. Diirk Hrnvvn. I.ij.'hl firry, Ko%e. Heine. A|in. I....lit lllue. Pale Pink, Tan und (iniiiniin. W wide— JUT \A. ^IPHP CAVE SHEPHERDS Co., LTD. 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET.



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TUESDAY, M W I M5o BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN <.* I HA Ml \ I NOTICES. DIED DOIOLAS ERNESTINF. 1 .WIN her residence. "O-Celta" Bay St m, S_nda> SOih Ap.-.l %  < JH am Hrr ***£ "S %  B '** !" 1 "" '•" afternoon at CD Ch Cemetery NELLIE DOUGLAS .daughter Chr. rt Chui lor l-ll. thence inrtands air invited. Mela Preacod. ILiUrrl Bealhwaite. l-lian Belaravc. Driaci.... Helen Fort* .Children.; Oi.rt r m cod. Biiean Goddam. 'Grande.iidirn Trim.tad Papei. |>'.HH cop% THANKS We the uruler.tgned bra lo thank all '-"*' %  %  < '' %  % %  '• %  %  latter, or in BBS ..ihrr ..s tOetr tvmpiihv . irii ... ( ., *"'" %  T Fon IJIVI MOW* ',, "• %  tln *. rUn.lahrt freer. Hay ha SISS !" **^ %  • * %  %  not** ih heal., • %  ••on* SB4S ,, ,.., ,. GRAND VIEW -Qa*-,rnm*nl ll.ll. k%  -> io Ociooar. Appl> r C W 4 SB -to i irn r HAMILTON n i.n*d ] 1 „ „„ *>. Apply lo Mia* Itavlrv. tl.i.thw. Ft l.inii Dial 1144 M In Kalol. BfM .n Mr A< ft*. %  Fraiai Mr .(, | Wai Mt At Mr. Uilhai as W--In CAPT EDMl'Nn LEON JORDAN u VenetlM 1. It A eerelY all hi* nit-i vr.i. .' Ha ~i% % %  SI Mich*. iiill. r*l and afla hJM M UEL. JOH11AN n >1M In i \nr.r. COOL IUNIU •* m pe. ... nn ih " • %  .1.' art. | .-,.. s..,. 'Lie* Rock ft j,, irn...r.ed or unfumlahnl 1 bedroom ~ 'is modern convenience* Oaa InjU!i*d for rooking ApplyEh*c Court, listings H4.M~l.fn '"'-' NT l*ptr Bay si 0 M N4W -iverl Tor particulars apply HelrieldNest door. 1 S So i„ ri in M s;us IN MEMORIAM In loving mernur) of our dear n..>1l..r and artndmothrr. FMIRFNCE MATILDA llrlATllWATTE who departed Ihl* life on IMMol Ma>. %  ••It Two tears have paurd ulnce thai *ad dar. Whan one wt loved was called aa<. God took her homr n . ||i. mil. Bui in our hearts the liveth •nil Elhel niathuatle •daughter >. Elkren Uiathwatte 'grand daughter. AUCTION You place lod -t %  HkMkr, Rum. Gm.and included, tn in* srvoral I • %  .I DAHCV SCOTT Got IN VfeMJ %  I daa> belovad Fjth and ll.ii.j;id JONATHAN HERBERT OHI.ANI-1 QPUM p.rtad (hi. Ufa on Ind May. l-* Salnta ili'inn-l ... Hold Commumon aUU writk m Still with U a bwyond tha y*\\ Pralilnd. ptaadiny .ithoui rail THE OIBBS FAMILY 1 5 SB—In FOR SALE CAR. Auatln. >u Oln-dci. It II |f I >4-*lr.. adlualablr >loarlr hwl. f.-.l int. aullMaB filled lo luggo** loinpaitinont. only 13.TOO mllra. ounn drivrn. 1 ipara TJTH A.I condlUon, oRrn to S H. Bft-tw. DtaJ asu %  m la CAR—Ft.rd IS h.p rrborad dilTcrrnllal. imUn-y. clutch. All pod workUiaj ordrr **• % %  00 or 1. S Kim, C,o llr-1.1 % %  ivimviio Bt 2 1 ddsro REAL ESTATE BUNGALOWA aubManllal Will Hun(Wtow. \.-< .ndjii on thrao tdr.. DrawIIJ % %  Bit. cocnoincd. I b-droom.. kuchri. MOa, panirj. tolkrt and Barth Water and r.iwic aarvagaa. Frull and coconut ;mi* on approaimabily on* aria of Li d b'trunce In Marine Garden. Cap. oupwite Hotel Royal Apply to Owner 0O IVrnnatfront 4 pm. lo S p m w K> u ndart, Wcdnaadaya and Salurday. (,., sn'pwtlun. thereartar waled orler ,., mtm f as so an LAND rWoo or tour, apota with utiuwd m Falrfleld I*nd. Tudor Bridie Gap, S(. MKhael Appl> lOoHTONSituate In P.f* Road. Bt. Michael, atandlnf; „, tr „ "iu.ufeet of land ri>* Ixxiee U built of alone and conUna callery. drawliuf. dlnlrif. .lit ma; "'."', '"""•"' %  -l room*. Pantry. .Iichep, c and bath downataira. 4 badlooma <3 with runnlnf water) upatalra InapectMn any day (except Sunday* t< at > p rn CAB Po'.llnc ConveitinbM Coup* ocraUnnal four paaaengar In d 001 o"** 1 Reasonable price far quick rial*. Phone CAR Mom. fi p 4 door Sedan in A I Mechanical condition Newly o..iui rd Fort Hu>-al Garaiie. f S%0 n %  Al*70TT--4WtUBlo at (ha ntre*n< i'-—I. Chriat Churoh. atandlni on I1JM S.|uare Feet of land, with rldM of *a* lo Wor.hlna; Beach The >.-..it* contains BaJlary. drawing n.d dlnl-wi rocra. ttvrm bedroonu. j pantry. :.*chei. a>-i uaual out-offlcaa I Oaraaw and •ortante' rooma In th yard Inapectloh on application to the laruini 'Mr* Watklna ovary day lecn>t I SundaVBi betwaon the houra of 3 and < p.m. The ..l.ovc will be aet up for aale at I public competition at out OnV* In Lucaa )*irret en Friday the Mh of Nay IMu it 1 p.m. CAJUUNGTON a. SKALY. emu f.M.^ V- Ford aaaflcM pi radiator good irtrt %  haft, ri %  X. -i Trafaldar Street auto Tv.e OOMPhoue MM. M 4 90— 1 f n KUX-TWCAI. — Immerawn Iteatar* Thaa will warm your wi'.-i for %  having In a llHy Drof In and aa* lham John F H.it..i Limited aa 4 w in PUPS. i.. Pup*. Applv 3104 or J144 M 4 SB—7t. i umi 11 Navy Garden* Ch. Ch. -•..,%  bedroo 1 -q feel -n.i Can be aeon al an) IT* by appoii men! Apply C. A. Pelrce %  %  BM I r749 I* 4 Mi Tn. All THAT certain meatuaie or itore known aa No 40 Roebuck Street slandtof on 1TM aq It. of land. The buiidlnv: ha. been rerenliy remodelled nud renov.ited lru|-ntlon on a| Inf. oppoallc PlantaUom SUaet or Phone J0M EAR P LUGS—To keep inarrt Ih II obHltrated Motl ." able for Re*lHotel*. Bo.udl KNIGHTS BMW WORM M 4 SO-In FLNTQIT PAINTS— BnuaBnapn KarHtaraon Incomparable Foreat Green Sun prool KEYSTONE White and colour*, ipeelal prUnaia, dlatanipera Palnia PS M gin. Dlilamper O So gin. %  %  A BARNES Co Lid. 4 i Her*. PIANO-One Mendel anhn> PWno. if"" (nndllK.n InapecUon at the Medica Supertntendant Quartera. General HOP pltal Dial BOS. > fO—an PtSlFUMEB — SCANDAU MY SIN AKPCGE. MoMFNl sri'HEMI UtOl AMOUR SHANGHAI AU KNIGHTS DRUG '" B, £ !" •AlefTp 1 C I Spccl.l nffer Oloaa *W Ha. B 45 per gallon Come and get ihim. A BARNES ft Co Lid YANDLEYS Bond Street Perfiin Lavender Water. Cologne. April Vol Perfume, lartu* Cologne. Fore P..w* PIHIH lOllMS NOTICE FAJUH" OP BT. PETIB Wanted by U> Pool **,.P !" ***""?! for lh AbTiahoua* a fully quallBad Nuraf .•oablo of taking charge of Midwlf> Salary M no per monlh .._._„. Appl>ranta mu#t pra-enl themaelve. with Birth Certificate and credential* to the PMO at hi* rea-lanc* Ro*e ill*. Petar on or bJore April Nth up Id 10 Signed 0 ^Y^Srf^h.. H U^he ...tentlon nf the Vratry of the Part-. of Bt Andrew to be c-uaed to b* in tioduccd into the Houae ot A*e*rnt>ly of thii laland a BlU lo aBhori*e the Y-atr, to borrow a aunt "? %  %  % %  C 1 000 0 0 for the purr— o*J* >>, *f ,7.1 ^iw mof on the P".* Church d f„providing *q.upm*..l 'P-w. trte /,• the narw chapel ab !" .t to be "'•_'' M Slmnna. the loan to cm '"**** Ve-t.v Clerk. St Andrew St BB-an n 4 Mk-dn The undenlgnod will oBer #r aal* tu '"dillc competition at their office Jamrsr^eet. Bridgetown, on Frldiy the lath KB* 1SU. al a p.m. I acr* 1 rood. B J i*rche* of land al Maxwell, near Ton Itoch. Chrtrt Church. Thl. land whtc. .. on the public rood h.-i. .. f %  %  fead. and farea th* bungalow recanth iiillt by Mr. M. L. Harrlaon For further particular* and condition' ol aale apply to HUTCHT4SON A tlANTiri-D Solicitor*. Jamao SUeel PERSONAL hr^eby warned TTfj; Pl.'RIJC LBOTTU llAHKEH IIBW JOHDANI M I do not hold myaalf raapondbl* for h*>o< iinyone elaa contracting anv debt or deht* in my name unl !" In %  written Order *lg*ied by me Sgd CHAHI.ES CIJIMENT IIAHXZJt Mh New One) THTC PVB1JC are narrbr warned -a.'Utat giving credit lo my Wlf* CONST ANCX IAUC1C BAYLRY I nee KRATIIWArTEi a* I do not hold my.ell reaporurtbl* for her or anyone elaa contrartlng any debt or debt* In my name uiwcaa by a written order .Igned by me Sgd CARl.TON C BAV1.EV Mill Yard. Button. HIII. 8* Michael S B>— In THE PUBLIC are hereLy warned %  rainat Bln credit to my wife EIJUE ni*ST_V THOMPSON -on* alar conbractlng any debt or debt* In my name unleai by a written i d*r ugnrd hsnSgd WAI-TTR THOMPSON. Contaeit. SI Thomaa TUT rVBLIC are hereby warned n'ainat giving credit lo my wife CLOS.L-iA RATSON me* Hamn at I do *.t hold myaelf reaponalble lor her or iivyorw alee contrartinaT ant debt >r i-t* In my name unieaa b IIOJT *urned by m*> Sgd HAWIX C BATSV.N ( -ry Hall St Philip I.OVT A HUM" HABARIMIS I\N(V MOI.ASwrS 1'KOIII I TIOS VMl I \ PORT MAT! 1937 AND 1S9 Under the jioc-vc Acts, the Fancy MoUssea Control and Mjrkrtinc Board has allocated the following amounts ol Fancy Molasses to Umanufacluted for toe purpose of export by ihe plarttaUon i and lactoties named. These allocations ate subject to approval bv the iovernor-in-Executive Committee at Ihe expiration of seven days lorn the date of this publication — Naase a PlanUtWn or Fseisry Wase Ca lls— Bt'Ile and Waterford H6;>.000 Cliff 3M.S00 CoUeton (Si. John! 368,000 Fair View 388,000 Frere Pilgrim 181.000 Gibbons and Ealinj Grove 423,500 Harrow 272,000 Kendal 526,732 Moncrleffe 213,900 Newton p466.000 Spencers ...... 183.825 P. Fartayriea Ajidnws 917.449 ItatTBHjtai S0.UOO Pool 149,089 Sandy Lane 200.000 ToUl 5.360.595 POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAILS Air M.iil* for the I'mled States are dosed at 9 00 A M on Saturdays and n*t P.M. which is a print. %  %  sner m ihe l\as! Office Notice o' 18th April Moils are also close.1 for the United States at 11.45 AM on Mondays and 200 P.M. on Wednesdays Letters for CANADA for despatch on Tuesdays must be routed vi. Trinidad untl Ihe higher rate of postage affixed, namelv 30 cents fatt '? M LOST tE TICKET ..—return Bki— While of My lrda Hill. L-rorl*h Village OFFICIAL NOTICE II 111. .s N I'l RM'ANI f < M\Nl I lit I n,. I Hi I ml ; with their Tilda i live BBtMB *• ail pn • %  Incitnibraitcr ol the Del.tidanli o clock in the afteriu I—(..re ba* and ranked according w otherwtw MS peraona will be precluded from th.. M-nefli Ue u aald propeiiy H, i„ -. aaprlvi it> thereof ri.i%  iioLMAM WIIUABI 1 SYDNTE1 JOHN ALUEHT WII4.IAMS and IIOl MAN EI'OENP WH.IIAMS .11 ...t.nj % %  ., BanBi ;.i ana ..< UMHI eonai %  .... J F,..,„, [KNEtT HFIGHTON 11(1^' M I i II \r .rrtam piece or parrel of land .Muate Ihe t lit ..i nndaei.-wn and I.land ..I Harbado* oiea.ureme.,1 i*fh Sara hundred aiul abrtal iFiereal-iut. BtiuitiiK ,,m Unimting on ainda of one Mil Rill. S*h.l ..„ land, of one Cummm. o, street on land, or Keren Hewitt and on Ba*tei< Road ot Ihe *aie inav abut and Unind loaeihei with the <1 lhere..n em-led and all and .insular olher ihe tn.ikluuf on the the uid parcel of land erected and limit .indi with ihe appurtenance* and ill ALL THAT certain piece ,.r pBlL ". 1^"'! "!'" %  %  "neap-ide In the Olv Of R-ldaetown ind bland i ','" > l "niaining by ad"aiurentent ninelrrn hur>drrd and quare feet or thereal-.ut. abutting and bounding on land* now or late of J E Maeon. Loui. Bar) f lb* Parochial "V! !" 1 "* n %  '"" "", '•''• %  T N Hall ana aaj n, t pu i„,r ,„*\ logcthcr w.m "he^T 1 F how v '"', "'•* in *" '*"" 3*2 • bul • nd houna • maiilai olher the b'uiidm^r an^l'erect Ion. ^rThe^Vid 0 "u.*!rl *" land -recte-d and built .landing -..I I. ||uj ,). "ir .ulimm-. H Mareh. IHV i April. IBM II WILLIAMS Regi-tiai in t-haurery. %  n.lell WffS Ruad In in* by adare feet or raat| Knight. Ma—ii Hal) u.wever ale* riling houae ,nd ereellon. a and beina OFFICIAL NOTICE IAHBADOS In U* Annual Cart ef Appeal CYRIL BRICK" BHtWKS-Pla7nllfT CLARENCE BURTON KINO-Defendanl In punuance of an Order In thl. Court in the above action made on the *Tth day of Apill ISM. I give nolle* to all persona having anv ettalc. right or InterAll thai cerlam pm-e or parrel of lend -Uunle al King (;.'.n,r Rnad at.Tr.aid |n Ihe Mid paruh of Saim Mi.h.i ,„) ureiiient Twenty nmprrrhe. and OIIC half ol a perch be the .aine more or lea* unclutive of one perrh and one half n a perch contained In the Public R..ad hereinafter n|en lloned. hulling and ho.uid.uii nS landai asal ll.ell--n .lrceased, on land* of ('aniline Ox*t. on b.nd. of Mi** Martin and on Ihe Public Road called King George Road herein ifier mentioned or however else the •ante may butt and bound lo bring before !" "o account off their said claim, with meir •iinnn. document* and voucher*. I<> be examined bv me on an, Tueaday, or Friday between the hour* uf 1J •noon, and J o'clock In Ihe afternoon, al the mce ol the Clerk of live A.-i.t-i (\„„. >f Appeal at the COUtt ll-.u-e lliidgctown before Ihe 12th day uf Jul> IBM. in oidai h claim, may be ranked accord 'l i perwi i UM h—nil .. I rid In ili-i.i Mil I again*t the aaid property Claimant, are al... notiflrd that the* ,u.l stlend Ihe *a>d C.Kirl an Wcdnc* i> the llth day of Julv isso, ol IB rrtock am when their -aid claima Will be ranked Qlven under n.y hand thi. BTth dgv of prll. IBM rucn A* %  A-i, ol A p| SALE af Appeal. OFFICIAL BARRADQI la the AHl.taal Oar %  Eq.it.ibl.Junad 1'VRII BRICK HHOOKS Plaintiff 1-ARF.NCK lit'HTON KING Defendant Notice U hereby given thai by virtu ol an Order of the AaviiUnl Court ..i Appeal dated the a71h dav ol April IPS! there win be art up for aale to the high ..1 bidder al the ilrTU. uf the Clerk the Auutant Court of Appeal at Pit Court House. Bridgetown, hours of IS inoom and ) afternoon on Fndav Ihe 14 II thai certain piece or panel of land lale at King George Road If I siBlll SB %  aid pariah of Saint Mind aforesaid containing by admea.inent Twenty one petchea and perch be Ihe lame rnaeg of lea* Unlive or on* perch and one half ol a rh contained In the Public Road here. Her mentioned! butting BrH) hound lug land* of one Hretton decesssaL on Sm of Caroline Osier, on land, of Mi run and on the Public Id id called >g George Road herelnafler mentioned however elae the aame mahull B i>d ind and if not then told Ihe *atf prop' — "I be aot up for sale on every BUTFOR SALE TWll ATTRACT1VF BKAf'll BIILIIINC. SITUS AT '.innin \< ii ST. IE1J K PSHtE H.0BB AND Ja.OOil MARTIN GRIFFITH FOUR WINDS PA IT UMMJ in or Pr. %  to lirinsi iI SQ U SSasr* lo be aiaan .J i .-on Sfad %  ffgp OFFICIAL NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES ihe afternoon at 'I i*re Ihe nd dav of June .' I ranked aorordK.j In the i>Ch pet—-. w II 1* a on or aauunat Ihe MI lei that .i. ckuma may ba ie*pectlvely ihe benedt. of any decree and ba PLAINTIFF CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS DEFENDANTS : THELMA N.HM.\ AC \TIIA ti: V.;NST fpalSHJ PROPFRTV AII TH\T aaaaaast %  %  .as %  IssiR b S ho...e caiie.i %  AMI1H1 loEi-ihet with Ih. land wher.ui 'he mmr atandand thereto .Uelown and l-land of BarbadiH. ... ... iei-eiit ITS" he the u.e more or lr~* Ilnnand bound rut i..peM\ ol the aaid Thelnie \. m the North and B-a1 • i ih* uui place iCut" and ou the South on V/elni^ton Sireet may butt aid hound together wit I nil ."her building* on trie -aid land erected an I bu.it Handing and bens Wit* 'he an mbelonging lo Ih* delandanta OFFICIAL NOTICE %  %  IN II I persona having o. ciam-iag any r.iair in ua aSe. I .reinetl* to bring brfi.rv BBS an accounl of thai vouchers to be e.-mined ba and 3 O'clock in tl.e -ll.tn,IN IBM. I i lir Ol i 1IANCERY hereby i.. ani or m l* real ..i any lien ..i % %  •• Limbrain* -leiitioned irhe piuperty ol the Defendanll lalma with then wllneaae*. das i Tuasday or Friday between Hat t Ihe Hem-trull..n OfKir. |V,hli. Building.. I MaISBO in ..rd.i thi-l such claint* nuiy be %  taluie and ptn.rHv thereof I.-I J from Ihe hcnerlla of any drcree ami be aid property %  I -iNli I .. %  IllMII MI*f rVAI.AMO LINt IJMITIU MANE LOfRi S b TSEVONM aarpactad to ar> ri-* at Trinidad from Aiistrsluui por-j about aath May S t CITY OP DlRPI-E' aalU Port I Irss April apth. Ad eta I da May Mh Mai i-.rne. May lam Sydney, May aSth, Brie• .ne. June tlh. arriving al Trinldal >n*ut 4th July. rSmrOwdoa aboul Julv Mh. Theaa vaasats hay* ampi* apace to* chilled, bard froten and general cargo Cargo arrapisd an through Bfua ol %  wILi tran ahlpment a| TTUikSsd t -i ftntiin Ouwna. Barbad>>*. Wind, .r.1 A, a-ewssrd Islanda. F.* further parttculara apply l'. KNEraS WrTtTY A CTWaTPANY. LTD Aganu Trinidad DA COBTA a* CO. LTO „ %  %  MBSB* • Tfca M V fBanTM '* %  > St i'-u St. Aruba. data u gi.-en The M V "Carlbbae" Ca 'SO >nd riiiiui Oaaal tea. Antigua, <| Bt Utta-Nevla. date ">U ba given B-W.I. Schooner Owners* ABBBCUUB*. (Ipr.) Tel. 4647 W Mcocu SiaonuJupCo. N.T. %  iii April am April •Vat, NKW T0BR SSBs-BTB BBBT* B'daa p| \ \:itDEFENDANT 1'HniTHTV AIL THAT rarlai und* ol Ventn.-t ireb in inn i".il> I'll and one t| laltrr B* Ui..l. ol Ctapham .... CYHII BBRRBJ BROOKS ,V DINE ROBINSdN p.... pan-el ol inianoni *ltuata at Venn ..r %  .land conlalniiig by aliiwn %  b l—i I I Ilie r pan.h ol I On. a. i. II Brt. land* ic publ the Ea.l OB %  *BSH 1 I u T and F D. I • T and -...1 Hi, %  me* and BlU Hied Id Mai. h. IBM nil \ 1 Ull I OFFICIAL NOTICE BaUBADOl IN IN Pt'RSt'ANCE ol Iht %  in or aiin-iuta the property t.. buns baton me an arm FBSB hlfl IS BB %  • % %  %  ..... b :ui-i. gg|i III I Ol H1 1 l.ill..'IV .1.. BM c i rabnsj boapi deprived at.lloned Hh.property .,! win. lb i n*MU ,nv.i ay or Friday taotwern the hour* of 11 Begi.ii..i. Of) r ,ni ItuiklinS' Of June IKJu In BBBBf thai -uch oltiBSS may be nd ranked anniiluig lo the nalur* and i II* ih.-nol > eapeellvelv i pe'un* will be precludeii Irom the brncflt. of anv deiree and be 1 claim* on or again*! Ihe >.iUI propeili MAHJollll. I.IHTTA III'KINSON .) .Iihcd actln* e.r, ..II n| Nathaniel Kvervlev deed. JOSH I A ISADORE DAFZA parrel .f butd canbllnlssl by Ftvi AcreM therealMnil* i.isei area conlamlng by adnieaam. (Eight A,re. ... ih. %  ill) part of the land. ..I W.wthina View the p-ruh of Ch'i.t Church and l.land aforMOMI lonuuning by admcaiiurriiienl Three Acrr*. Two Roods or Iherrabouls abutting and hounding on land* of the F.-late ol Nathaniel EvoTslay SS "AICOA ROAMER' l< A RltNNRRAKOA RANOKRNEW ORLEANS BEBVICS SMS. ^ *Mnd March *'h April !• h April Bth April Urd April 4th May -ni IMrtol MI Naasa sf ship BR. -Alcna Piignm" !? %  H* 0 •"•""•nl' I B Alcoa Pali lot NORTHSOUND Naaaa el bbip *S "Alcoa Pt anl" s %  Seabrtwaa" S 'Alcoa Puritan" CANADIAN BBRV1CB Balls Mastr.al 1 j^, ga| IrfS ISft Nay aath IsffajpaBBi I Anrfrta Barbadaa May llth MayUtti > % %  Barbadai rSf Bt i .i.re,„-c River Porta SI John. Ilallfaa %  t. Lawrenca Rlrar Port. IL John. Montreal hand* South Eaaterly i If if IT J. i. nan ..id on a K.nt I Of W r ol the .aid parcel M the agaafl may ab 11 m %  bevi .J Club on lao.1 on land, ol the Estate af i Si.ieen Feel wide at the I land leading 1M II 1 and il D.t.d nth April. 1 OFFICIAL NOTICE < lining iSrctlass IV i Li, Ctl ma .i ned bv t aft. i ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL He open. To-dary May and ipvi N... Q. V. BATSON ai ih. .oucher. I., lie eaam noon and :i ..'elo.in the ancrnoon • ll.idselown Wlor* lha .""h i J .. .i rat 1 lr*i*tration OrTk-e. %  ubhc lliillding*. 1 will 1 %  ii lalatis NEVNOUi i > Ml HirtCMIRaMJll l.le.S.-l I 'II IMITTIN I'BHTY *ll. THAT ..". %  i parcel .-I land situate at i in Ih* pin i h ** %  an I l.lanil of Barbad.n aforesaid ii>ienr.Hie acr* fifteen and a hall per. lie. ahull Ihe F-tate ol Sarah III... l ands I nf S E *n all but BOW of on* I least lei ..n Ihe I'.l.'i. Bsad fSH 01 i.-sd In oimii ni. II leei wide or howv. r rbh* the rime mav abul bound logelhi-i with Ihe rSK*aauaM OS uwolltng h..u*e and all %  '"• aopurlrianir rat | af H.lxidant 11*4 UP." March. IBM. %  .-..' Bv %  •. % %  %  i0 II WILLIAMS. <..„ %  BASKET BALL On Saturday. 23rd April, al Y M P (' Kn.ui..|s Mf> SehtMil di'fcal.-.i MaiiiMiii Culli'in 42—8 On Saturday. 30th Apul. %  Modern High School grounds Modmi llixh s. hi I dt r. ..ted Lynch'BssmrJaxj Icnoi I i; 10 The follnwinK re|.n BBJstl I M IIS In both (lamf*:V. Bkssttf Kapt). It Greavc M. Richards, C Holder. K t'orhi L Union. O. Trolman. 2 5.5—li EARTHENWARE DISHES. JUGS & PLATES You have to go far to beat our Prices t IHi; < IVIH Al IMI'OIIII I Broad Street. ceeding Friday until the same 1 Ban i*m i Dated thi. aru sold lor %  Ag Clerk ..I Ihe W.VVIIJI DRCGCIST An esparienred Druggi.i Apply by letter to General Manager. Knights Ltd St 4 3n noTTLKS -White } gill heer boltle* with cartons in good condition Mt each Carton Hanrhetl l^r*er. B CO Ltd >* 4.Ml-3n MISCELLANEOUS r*. JOffN JRAYTON CaneSeb w higtily rrctsmmenda Kenneth Car luuM an *>per1*nced Cook. Builrr OJ Crusuffuer and two young maldi Al. Bo'eaford Blarkriuin aa Chauffoer Tel* iono Sin j ] IB—sn NOTICE May. the Office Saturday Ih* Stth M-. Lpaiinj Srhool Neil Icrn? Sn | Career* The Harbado. Ail.. i aa a Sub-Editor Apply I giving full detail, lo Ul Advocate M Broad Street Cm** Hewmrd. II .SDAY "111 TilAV. at I FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFKCTS Philip I Cn rll bj i ii.ion Al "KICKS", SI, umlture. Spring nile.1 and Tibre Mattregw.. Towel Baclt. Mirron. Cabin. •. OnnwehaM, Hanging Scales. Document Cabinet Cushion,, Icnni.-. Net Royal i .;..-.vi ,t, i Sprue, lleclinlng ( hair. Unoleum. large model Tor Mill. Mahogany and Ebony oecaaional Tables. Slate topped Table. Aluminium topped Table. Marble toppetl Tables. 1! Mahogany Dining Chairs. Mj.hogany Side Board. Mahogan. double ended Sofa. Upholster.-, Settee Mahogany and Bentwood Rockers. Cedar Wardrol.Mahogany Bedroom Furniture, M,ihogany, Manehinecl and Iron double, and single Bedsteads all kinds of miscellaneous Ite.iroom rurnlture, Medicine Cab' Inet. Shaving Cabinet. Marline Rack, Indian Hammock. Folding Cots. Westminster Chiming Clock. Microscope, Folding Chair., Rugs, and rrumy other Interesting Hems. Vie. lag mar.lni „f an. day arise to sale CASH ON I ALL OF .1 .'flu AL'CTIONKEIIS DIXON n 4 rlmk ^ ^ r Jt BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multl eol.L, Jfc t^, VELVET Itlltllt,v u, ,„, B1 cl Ntrj m 0rmm REAIirMADE 8POT WEAB POB I.AIIIES AT THE %  NIOAUsVAl DRESS SDOP. WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. Inc. B. G. Just Arrived ANOTIIF.R SHIPMF.NT OF: "Prestcold" Refrigerators 7.7 and 4,5 C. Ft Hcrmelitally sealed Units all fclecl Body 5-year Guarantee Here are a few users picked at Random ... they should know, follow their example Windsor Caslle. Admlrally, Austin Motor Co. British Oversea, Airway, Corp.. Cnaaley Motors, %  lolls Rovrc. Come in how much for SewceX Tin New Fordwn Thames Tnitks M TOUEJI . and (hey suy M the job . tad •• hi-n they do Bced aiicnimn. we see to it that 'off-the-roiJtime' it reduced to ihe absolute minimum. What's more, our service facilities save you pounds, for we charge low fiied prices for spjrrn and mechanical repairs. That's why '1 h*une Trucks pay better! Ask us about them—and about the diesel taafpux which it aviilabic for ceruin mnrlsii • CHARLES MfENEARNEY & CO., LTD. I IS Mil III I lilt MS GCTTIMG POPUI IK IT'S CROWN GINGER ALE



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PAGE EIGHT Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY r* PORT : M AlroiMHru a. Varhi Taw III. M> r.ancea W. Xm0. Bch ^". **b ei.le-,e. s.h gmanuei '•" %  -. ad> Mta-lrr-i Bch. Moll, p Wal £e. Svh Vmi-I Pila.ru>-. S. >*i 1*1. Zaifctan. Sth. dkirla Henn.tla. Brh Freedom Floory. Sm Ziu Wonita. Sch %  Mm Eel. Sen \le.maid C. Brt Cmriria. Bch. r M. Tintiii. AI*n*L> MV Monrka. tne torn net. Capf Hutto*, (torn Grenada Schooner DOn,. aa torn 1*1. Cap! Clmlm*. Crom It h Guiana Seho-.i-.r Sra U,i-n. 1* i,* net, Capl MM ss inte,prater. 4.0*1 IOM net. Capl Colt*, from Liverpool. %  I Lake Canim. 4 W4 tonrrM, Cap! Wright, from Curacao. DEPARTf-trs 1.8 Johilla. 1M tonMI, Capl Vivian. for l.ip-aml %  *hoor-.r Burma D, M Ism oat Cap) Kifii. for Truitriad Schooner Mint Caroline. M Ion. rw-V, Capl Jo—ph. ImDon.imea Schoortar Prinm. Inul-e. M Iom n*l. Capl Mitchell, for SI Lucia. as s^a nr-Kf tan iom net. Cap* EM*, for New Brumwick S Quean Ann. SOU Inn* Ml Capl McDonald, f S' Kilt* IN TOl'C'H WITH BARBADOS COAST. STATION Cable and Wiraleaa hipa in rough ihelr liarhad... coau IS Polaitoi. s s Ji.hiit*. as Mcua Polart*. SI. I^rdr Nicafaaiua, SS Owyhen. ss QN.,I, Anw. as Hunwhit. SS Rtnn>. SS Corfu l.iaiwl. S-H. No*oan. ss Atwwmiiiiwt, ^a oolfito. %  s Silverook. U Ollir.... I 8 Niuarual. SS KaiiMil iki. Bl Hiluii, *1 r*.-l*< HOodl. R Mi.t. 8 8 (Joreii of Brrmudl. SB. Queen Elisabeth. SB Monte Eepe1a*. II. Branl. SB Alcoa P.Ianss Kallo. SB Hint.il.. **. Liudad Trujillo. II Alhelduk*. SS II* Dr Rr. SS llo%  hoop. %  a Norfolk. S S AI..J Purlfan BB. lg.,r. SS Aniolu S %  N n H Hermann Fiii/en ss 11.1 n„d, BH Aiaer.ra. S .fa. Ruftna. H8 1'nlvtrader. SS. Otenvawa, SS Work) Ti.itl.-i, SS rradart, G la*-, ss Kan KJIV. Irr M>'"iri..i. %  *. I..i Nekon BARBADOS ADVOCATE Empire Trounces Everton To Take Second Place In First Division Line-up. EMPIRE outplayed Everton in the:r lirst division football fixture at Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the name by 4 KoaU to one before a larxe crowd. All the goals were scored during the second half hour %  play. it Empire brought in Barrow anu Wood in their line-up, while RouTIIF.SDAY. MAY 2. 15 •Rascal" Scores Connell Leads First Victory In Rif|e g hoot Jackson Defeats Dutchman LONDON. >,,... | Van Dam. Dutch MinQievvfisn Champion, wa> beaten on poui* over tea rounos by bill JBLMSUII coloured Jamaicau. al ine luTipresi rial), neie tonigm, m u liaTiit li inson was seen to good arivantag' in the role of goalkeeper rot Empire, Barrow headed In an accurate eomer by Harper t< open the score while Wood tent In two and Dravton the other Reece, the Everton half-back, sooted the lone goal fot his team. Empire who defended the goal from the screen end were Urn on the oA*entve, and within five minwnicn Jackson's long straight jell utes of play, they were awarded WB lh dommatinf ucioi a penalty for foul play by the v n Oam coult not fmd the Everton full back Robinson Baranswer to the tall slenderly built row. who took the shot, kicked Jamaican s long jabbing straight straight to goalkeeper Reece. who left, delivered wltn the advantage ha iL ,l V imcully ln vln OI • remaritabl* reach of B2 incnes. The Everton front line soon got The Dutchman, too. was under moving and bore down on their the aii4dvanu., of haviM cut* opponents. They were however ne „ „„„ h „ eycs ln Ihp ^ given two corners, one fiom each -ound ide. but without result. Empire now took over and kepi '" ,, l "VL "**"*• ??" T, re ball in tneir OvOOtwnta' area be ** n ? w ?, ,m u ,24 ff2? lef's and rignU to the t^e ball in tneir opponent.;' for some tune but failed 1 l i* theh %  t-fenre gel Dead and body but he coul IllUe at close quarters where Jn-kson covered up well. the Jackson relied mainly on hi?clvleft, making little use of hb right, • half back, raced down except to acore occasionally with >d sent in a good effort a good hook to the body on the Over The Bar Shortly ufterwards. Whit Everton onNide left, after r ing from the field which goalkeeper Robinson pushcounter. Van Dam. who wf 'poken for holding in the seventh ruin attacked fiercely in the last t rounds. Going in with both han-ls gwrtl lug he caught Jackson with several ny by TCA from Am Una Monlt.al i(i.Ja-wakhlna CUik, Mr r-i. f ... m.r Or Wlll...tn Oarnar. Mr k Mm r. H. Mrtirecn. Mr Mn Konnolh Proud. Mr 4. Mm John M.< *ril Mia> Pamrla Mm J.nMaiwrll, Ml a. Mra Jark Gallop. Mr S MAlbl Clasnor Mr. Mildrwl Wllwn Arriving on Sai.inlaj. by T C.A. frran n. 1.1....L — Mr. d Mr> Clifford Hoy. Mr a Mra Gilbert Mlnoraon l.'.vln fm Toionto M TCA Mr. Mra. Ronald M.Leod. Mr Mn Robert Botinden Leavlna for Bermod.t by T C A. Mr. Waller Davidwn. Mr CKorkil Markham. Ml* Dorl* M Talr. Mr .'trh.i McKetuir. MUa laal Manlaon. Mr* h.ila Hi Kiitin Hum on. Wr Palrirk Laorra.) Mr. f C & Man, POT Trlii'rlari Mr Ian SumiM. M> nannolph Uil-I mi. ARRIVALS—Ry R.W I A L TfVoni Trinrdad Pamela Weaket. AubrejChaae. E. J O'Dowd. Vida IXirlly. Charl-s. Durii* Malrolm J..ne. Pal slieppaid. Kenneth kbVl>ar.l. Alma anfl.ih. Kenneth Jone.. Mr A Pmnrr Jean Ah. i,.ft. Pamela Altcrufl. kurial Manner an. Marry l>avtea. Octavia Robltr..i. Kvelyn llmk.it Lynda lla.-fcni. jmu, Co.hin. Mary Corbin. Hnvmtmd l>l(*orlh Roberl Al'wooll Dorothy Blarbman. nure naratheraa Allan lj.wrai.re. Fmrenra Thin pa. William Triori*. Marsurrl MrKlnnon. Vlrki Taurel. Del ford Roarh William Kunwln rloreiiie Knew lea. Allie Whrnrll. lira.. Andrew-. Gail Andrews, Arlmir Andrew.. Valaixe Oale David Wealern. Tj.tia Ramirar. Allan Jona.. Alfred Maikla. Sally Mackle. Brian Markie. B.->iclan .\ilMtlie, aturelte Markk.. A.ilh.i.is Mackla. Joaaph tlaldry. Philip Oaldn rrorn Si. Lur-ia Val McComle. William Armaironi Michael Tlmpwn. Qeorire Weld, Juh.mii* WlUon rron. Muni: Mra R Japp Mr K. Gltllna l-rom l.a Goaln. Paul Heiar, Norn Hew. K.-iilque Kern, I.Iana Cavalleioa. Ai lonlo Sanlaello. Amalia Ranliiella. Ilrlen Nafy. Albert Waaner. I.tdor Eder. John hUnMiirn Prom Anllfua Rav D. Mooie ^;ary Coomlie Ocili Cow. Plataon Ar.iter. Harry McKmrT Prom Ban Juaii Jamea C Hoi.n.:, .•i! over UM bar. Evcrtoii kept on preasinB ami Robinson at this stage waculled U|HMI tc do some work between the uprights. The Empire forwards now took O'er and bombarded the Everton i-al On one occasion. Barrow good punches and seemeo* to have hit the upright with one when ,hf Jamaican :irlng. goalkeeper Reece was out of pollHe could not wipe out Jackson's lion; and nt another time Smith, l*"d on points over the earlirr the Empire renlre-half. sent in a rounds, however. hard one which missed the cross The decision in favour of Jack>*r by inches. son did not meet with the approval The interval was token shortly of a section of the crowd, who afterwards without any scoring. evidently thought Van Dam should On.resumption. Everton nttackh ave got the verdict through his ed the Empire goal and forcei their opponents to concede i Bar, but without result. immediately afterwards, -the Empire forwards made a raid and m on accurate corner kick by .Warper from the left side, Barrow ended into the goal to open the roring. Empii %  lit this time ihe Everton d*Mnc il Into their way Empire's Second aggression towards the end of the corfight —Beater. RUGBY RESULTS LONDON. April SO Results of Rugby Union games played on Saturday: Aberavon 8. Uanelly 6; Abcrtlllery 10. BridgIN YACHT CLUB REGATTA "Rascal', owned and skippered by George Stoute. scored her first victory for the season when she defeated all other B* class yacht* at Ihe Seventh Regatta of the R.BVC 'ailed at Carlisle Bay oif Saturday At previous Regattas 'Rascal gained two second positions and was once third. The boat! sailed a .outh-about race in a medium but variable breeze. The sea was fairly calm and no accidents occurred. Coming second in the 'B' Class wa Teddy Koad's 'fanfav which he himself skippered. Although "Fantaau" started eft the season without anv exceptional! •onnd time this season Coming second was R. D Murphy's "Van Thomdukt" and third was Olir. BIojson", owned and skippered bv Winston Hassell The results are: B' Claw: I. Rascal 2 Fantasy. S. Okapi. C Cism 1 Rogue 2 Hi Ho 3 Peggy Nan. /.i Irr mediate Class: 1. Skippv 2 Invader. 3 Dawn. 'D' Clou: I. Peter Pan. 2 Van Thorndyke S. Olive Bl U-Col. J Connell ended up vtth the highest figure, m out of a possible 150 points when members of the B.R.A., fired 10 roundg at each of the three distances 300, 500 and 600 yards at the Govi ment Rifle Hange on Saturday U.-Col. J. Connell reached 49 out of M points 31 the 300 yards, and 4B out of aO at ihe AUO vards Lt C. E. Neblett. who gained .second position in points with 140. reached 48 at the 800 yards. During the practice, the light was changing and the wind fish tailing Yesterday's practice was the las' before jhe Qualifying shoot for the Fronlenoc Trophy which take, nlsce on May 6. "I ate. the eight best cores: i oi i .. i % %  Hi T .1 Mr Km, %  1 A t'api J H Jordan C.pt C H B. Wa..teRldasrdaoti .in %  ,,!!. — *a __u *"d 0; Barnstaple . Pensance anfl n n n B> a* n rvom Mr C Si. bridge 13; Bridgfwater and Albion I, Pontypridd H; Bristol 5. Coventry 0; Ebb Vale 6, Gross Keys No sooner was the ball out of 3 Gloucester 8. Devonwort Serthe Everton goal area than II was vices 7, Hartlepool Rovers It. (back again, and from a melee R'oaksldc 14. Neath , Mesteg 8. iWood sent in the second for "*• Newport 24. Penar'.h 0; PlyEmpire, mouth Albion 8. Swansea 0; PontyEVerton now took over and ^ ooi 3 Cardiff 8; Taunton 0; ExWhite on the left wing tent in a E 0 1 3 Torquay Athletic 0; (ard one lml Itubiii-on was nil Cheltenham IS. SS RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPIONEverton tried to decrease this smp I He sal-Finals) lead and rro playing with their Huddersneld 9. Swlnton 0; Wignn full bacV down the field, l>ut In s '•• ,,ra,c 5; iilf r *P 1 y M *y 3 a spite of this, they failed to peneH * 1 x )trat theEmpire defence. League Matches — WhiteThe Empire forwards en the haven 5, OLdham 3; Yi>rk 9. Dewsother hand were still looking for *>'* • —(CJ.) goals and Wood, their centre forrriiTitw nmi ward, took a (food shot from tho *ALIAN5 WIN right wirua which beat goalkeeper ROME, May 1 Reece and hit the cross bar. IJrutcrsints Plero and Inzao, of Half back Reece Ihen cleared Italy, took firsv and second places and the Everton front line Ihen In one of the most dlmcuk conmade a raid: Cox. their inside left, tests of the Italian international tent in a grounder from close horse show here todav—the six range, whjch was stopped bv obstacle, event. UeutenanV Imoa Robinson. was the only rider to clear the E\*erton again attacked and thin 80 nvMres hurdle which was \tio time they were successful erntn bighest lump of the six cloaHy C Reece headed In from a free uiaeed obstacles. He won on Eleto d was placed second on Bramio. —Renter 1I'"IM. MAT t. ItSS I a.m. Tha N—. TIN am w... Anatyil. 1 II a.m Kymphonv „( Slruia, ,L I? Cteiierall. Speakina | i.m. r m „; Ih. Edliurial. iio ..... Proar.iin,,, Pa IT 1 l?,""e. ,,BC ?( >" P'>"> Oraaesara ?a% m ^ clo t: Down %  No " •" Mew. 1110 pm New. Aiuil.. H 11 |H pm T e Piano for Pleaa U i n. M n,. 11,1—-,. Chow ip,.. on UK. Job fJkVBJn WSZ ;_ %  • %  J'-br, BBS*. R..KI 2 %  • The Newa. %  III p m. Hntiu. Satan Brililo I \* ,, ,„ Kp,„|, H, vk .„ a— pm Dadli. The, lr a B-TtoTli H-.KlM.uu p ,., Tha N,., UfTS The D.i|, Sarv,,,, 4 ,„ m v „„, lha Tune. .1pm Veroniro Man-f P n. Proaranin.iParade JO u in tft A? 1 %  • pm Voira ... Vkilln. om foncrrlo T ,. .„ The N t.ls p.m. Kewa Anal} ward Ho IBM DETAHTCRl-.s-Bv B W I A L For Trinidad. Mr John Prrrrla. Mr clarenoe to nlea, Mra Marj>me tin %  ... M,Joan Bbw, MRufin rielri. Mr* Krela l'lr:n. Mr, RR-haiti Pleld. Mr William Vaanvood. Ml". Thoma* Bumall. bTir* Avrll Rawlim. Mr George Buwen. Mil* Barbara Ba|.iiMi %  riatli MrSH.vi Jack man. Mr Kennrth Brnlhwalie Mr Baraaford nernard. S^ Trlsnarp laradlo. Mr. William Malonia, M.-. Jaroualloe Malona. Mr Alfred U kick. Eiieonraged by their success. Everton now fouitht for the equaliser but soon found themselves further down when Wood scored into an open goal with Reece well down the field. Matter of Minute* France, Portugal Line Up For World Cup LONDON. May 1. Frnncp and Portupal wre named on Sunday to Ml t V Mi, Mil Danall Blacken Mr Paanari MMrs Anna Mend. t u. Mt Carman Mei.dOSS, MY. Harold P.il .. t>n MiVile-n Chlnili>s. MIM ASBlha Paui-Cl^rle.. MM Carmen Durley. Mi Pimela Gi.t. lay, Matr Richard Out lay. Ml I I. i Praaton. Mra. A1U Burke Wr Krnetl Brunyosh. Mr Aaron Kar,Miaa Gwen Ci-mberbalch. Mr Carlyle lli.ricn MLOlorta Harawood. Ml* Lilian Daniel. Mlaa Evalyn BhlitS. Cmdi ri .11... Hayward. Mrs Muriel Cjimi.i-in, Mr Job" CarnUt-haal. Mr Maurke Wai.on Mi. llna Lavatoch. MY narrell i^veiock nllKu II.. %  aj W..i Itogara. Mr Granlly ate San Juan Mr lle.l. . M.I' It jjas only a matter of minute* vacancies among 18 rountn-. iifterwnrds that Empire made anwnlc h will contend for the WorK other attack, and Drayton bee* So £ CPr Cu P ln Braatll this summer Reece with u good shot to register "** organlxing committee ch >-e the fourth for his team. them to replace Turkey and Sco-The game then ended with Km'""d which have decided not *o pire winners by four goals to one Participate —(0* 1 The referee was Mr. D W Sayers, while the linesmeii we-e Mr. Paul Wilklns and Mr. O. S. Coppin. Empire: Robinson. Rvnoe, Grnn'. Symm.nds. Smith. AUeyre. Barrow. Dra..-'on. Wood Taylor, liar P*r. Evertan: Reece. Robiisor Culnepper. C. Reece, S Culpjpper. Hall. Oltoh, Blades, Conliffe. Cox. While. kin.. Mr. Albert Ko*rii lluiha.. Mini Masan ll.igl*. Rev Alfred Browne Mr. Enid Nlrol. Mr Jamra Nicol. Mr Jaik Fo.lei For La Oualra Mra Rlleeii Ia-iim.in. Mali Kile I*hinan. Mr Alfred I.Hn,*i. l'.tr Roberl Lehman. Mr Keiih iii.m.i-. Mra Ba>ban. Mitchall. 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TFuesd ay.
May 2



ST.



Daily Plane Service
Between London—W.1.

(From Our Own Correspondent) ’

BRITISH Overseas Airways Corp

will in the near future commence operating a daily
d the West Indies it was learned.

service between London an
reliably today

Century For
Nabaclis

GEORGETOWN, April 28

100 Years Ago, yi persons,
descendants of negro siaves, poolea
their money and obought§ ain
abandoned sugar estate in Britisa
Guiana callea Nabaclis. Situatex
15 miles east of Georgetown on
the Atlantic seaboard, Nabachis is
now a thriving village of peasant
farmers with the status of a
Village Council. To mark the
centenary of the founding of the
village there were celebrations
from dawn till night on Thursday, |
April 27, and the village was host
to prominent citizens from all over
the Colony including His Excei-
jency the Governor, Sir Charles
Campbell Woolley, K.C.M.G.
O.B.E., M.C., and Lady Woolley
and residents from neighbouring
villages.

The seven-mile deep fiag-
bedecked village took on an air
of gaiety ror the occasion and
villagers, many of them descend-
ants of the original founders
were present at Divine Service
in the early morning.

The centenary day was wel-
comed at Nabaclis and all other
villages with the pealing of Church
Bells at dawh. After Divine
Service conducted by Rev. A. R.
Bowen, President of the Evangeli-
cal Lutheran Church of B.G., the
villagers moved over to the new
Village Hall which was formally
opened by Mr. D. L. B. Wickham,
District Commissioner. After the
ribbon was cut, the building was
sprayed with perfume, and two
trees planted at the entrance by'
Mrs. Wickham and Mrs. St. Qeawre |
Cooper.

Governor Arrives

The Governor arrived shortly
before 2 p.m. and presided over
a public meeting in the new Hall.
Addressing the gathering, Sir
Charles thanked the villagers for
the warm welcome accorded Lady
Woolley and himself. It was a
happy and great occasion, It was
not only festive but historic.

His Excellency recalled that in
the historical review of the village
which was read earlier at the
meeting, reference was made io
the 96 stalwarts who exactly 100
years ago got together in a true
co-operative spirit and bought -n
abandoned sugar estate which was
now their heritage.

He said he used the term co-
operative spirit because it was that





That was the Government’s policy.
It was a matter of great personal
interest to him, His Excellency
continued, that they should de-
velop the co-operation movement
among them. Already great strides
were being made in going forward,
but, he said, “I want to commend
it to you and I would ask you to
get in touch with people like Mr.
G. C. L. Gordon and find out what
it is all about and to see whether
here in Nabaclis you cannot form
a Co-operative Society, which I
am sure will be of great benefit
to you all.”

Before concluding his speech the
Governor announced that to mark
the occasion he had appointed the
Chairman of the Village. Mr. T. H.
Benn, a Justice of the Peace.

The B.G. Militia Band was
present for the celebrations which
concluded in the evening with a
Grand Ball in the Village Hal!.

THIRD POSITION
BUENOS AIRES, May 1.
Argentine’s “third position,”
halfway between “coltectivism and
individualism” was advanced as
the only alternative to a clash
between capitalism and commun-
ism by President Juan Peron in a
three hours address inaugurating

i



the new Parliament this morning.| machinery.

—Reuter.





soci 9 akg

-,

| 3/- Limit On

|

LONDON, May 1.
oration Constellations

; Presently
| Weekly .
Making possible this additiona!

they operate thrice | *

service is the fact that shortly
; two services from London to
|Canada, presently operated by

| Constellations, are being replaced
' by Stratocruisers.



Meals
Removed
IN BRITAIN

LONDON, May 1.

The British Government ‘today
cancelled the regulation which
fixes a maximum price of five
shillings on restaurant meals. The
limit was imposed in 1942.

Other austerity laws affecting
British stomachs, social gatherings



and tourist facilities were like-
wise withdrawn.
The chief effect is that the

Gourmet may sit down to a meal
lasting all evening, of as many
courses as he wishes, instead of a
maximum of three.

In a written reply to a House of
Commons question, the Minister
of Food, Maurice Webb said—*I
hope, as a result of this step, that
the tourist and catering industries
will be able to make a bigger con-
tribution to our balance of pay-
ments which is, of course. ‘ne most
urgent of our economic problems.’

—Reuter.





ALTHOUGH THEY ARE FIND

Roy Marshal! finishes a drive in their first practice match against

fine leg.—Paul Popper

Britain Will

Have Terrible

Time
SAYS CONNALLY

WASHINGTON, May |
Senator Tom Connally, Chair-

man of the Senate Foreign Rela-

tions Committee, said in an inter-

Change In
King’s Title
Likely

CAPETOWN, May 1.
Prime Minister Daniel

the

view published today that Britain
“is going to have a terrible time
filling in the dollar gap”

The interview was published by

independent weekly news-
magazine U.S. News and World
Report.

Senator Connally dismissed a

British suggestion of “American
dollar aid in paying off certain
Malan 'war debts by saying that Britain

said today that great changes in, obtained the money in sterling and
the structure of the British Com-|‘!¢t them pay back in sterling”.

there would be
present title of King George”.

He told the Senate that Canada nroposed to
her present position.

cision to become a Republic-——after

that

become that without isolation and
spirit they should foster today. without revolution.’’—Reuter.

left ‘no doubt that

change in the

monwealth
it

was particularly dissatisfied

Dr. Malan said that India’s de-

On Europe, he said he thought
was “unwise” to start talking

now about what the United States

do towards helping

with} Eurcpean recovery after the end Canal to attack by the A-Bomb
of tke’ Marshall Plan in

1952,

“Y think it would disconrage

their efforts to get on their feet,”

which King George dropped the}he said.
{title “Emperor of India” — meant

“if South Africa wanted to
become a Republic then we could



a

4,000,900 Visit
Milan Trade Fair

MILAN, May 1. )
The Great Milan Samples Fair
closed its doors tonight after
marking up nearly 4,000,000
visitors in 20 days. Eight thousand
exhibitors from 42 countries re-
ported that they had done excel-
lent business with buyers, of
whom 19,483 came from 82 coun-
tries outside Italy.

it

Largest mumbers of foreign
visitors to the Fair came, in order,
from Switzer!anc Germany,

France, Austria, fr isin, Belgium,
United States, Egypt, Holland and
the Scandinavian countries. For-
eign countries with the biggest
numbers of exhibit were
France, Czechoslovakia, Yugosla-
via, Westerr and Eastern Ger-
many, Benelux, Switzerland and
the United States. Italian exhibi-
tors reported millions of lire worth
of contracts concluded at the Fair.
Particularly good bttsiness was
claimed in cooking machines in-
cluding big South-American con-
tracts for pastry making

—Reuter

FLYING SAUCER? .





% ie Be BENG F og ing, F %
THIS STRANGE looking contraption—belonging he United Sit
speculation in the United States as to whe > : fi
seen by many The Navy says “the Nar not €
any jet-powered circular-shaped aircraft —Express
;

’

Senator Connally said he did not

think the “dollar gap” could be
filled and he was not in favour
of filling it with American dollars.

“Great Britain is going to have
tergible time filling the dollar

gap because she has lost most of
her

foreign ftvestments.
“Duging the war they liquidated

Imost of that—you cannot creaté

by just hollering and twisting a

button.

“I think Great Britain is going

to have to export a lot of her peo-
ple to Australia
so on.
ever be able to maintain the old
British system to the extent that
they have maintained it before.

and Canada and
I do not think they will

“Great Britain now wants to fill

the dollar gap. They want to pay
off $9,000,000,000sthat they owe to
India and Pakistan,
east Asia, and so on.

and South-

“They did not get dollars from

those countries—they got sterling.
Well, let them pay them back in
sterling.””—Reuter.



Labour Wins
By One Vote

LONDON, May 1

The two months old British

Labour Government escaped de-
feat by
easting vote—in
division in the House of Commons
tonight.—Reuter

one vote—the Speaker’s
an unexpected












5

ING IT COLD ir England, the West
Steven's XI.



]

Vital To U.S. Defence.

WASHINGTON,
Construction of an inter-ocean canal across Nicaragua is
imperative to full American defence.
This is the warning today of Rep. Donald L. O'Toole
(D.-N.Y.), Chairman of a special subcommittee of the House
Merchant Marine Committee, which recently returned from
a firsthand survey of the Panama Canal and the proposed
site across Nicaragua. ie = _
Action by the Congress ar Tt
immediately for Staipiak | Calypso In lhe
the Nicaragua Canal

was urged
by O'Toole, Snow
Other members of the subeofn- .
PA) and Fugate (Deva) ned [etme eae tik Weck
PA) and Fugate (D.-VA.), a, suggested . the following

that the matter is in need of im-
mediate consideration.

Factors

calypso for the West Indies
cricket team, who amazed
by the weather tricks April

Several factors were cited by has been playing, are disre-
| Rep, O'Toole in stressing his de- garding snow and blow to
ee for prompt action. They are: practise cricket at East-

1. Vulnerability of the Panama bourne.

“Oh for home in April
Now that England’s here

sr the H-Bor b, For the English find in

2. Limitation of the size of April
American warships, because locks That the Arctic snows
in the Panama Canal are now too appear;

narrow.

3. Unsymipathetic attitude of
the Panama government, which
forced the United States to aban-
don 13 bases guarding the Canal
and the entire vital Caribbean
area. '

In contrast, O’Toole pointed to
the sympathetic reception afforded}
by the government of Nicaragua.!
A treaty, under which the United
States can proceed with the con-|

On frozen wicket we prac-
tise cricket
(That’s what we're |
posed to play)
But we'd better be taught
some winter sport
In readiness for May. |
A poet said that April |
Laughed her girlish laugh- |}
er;
He didn't know his April
Or all that follows after.



oO.

sup

; 1 Its far fror flish, its
struction of a canal through its mighty churlish Pen a
territory, already exists. | With blizzard and freeze |!

The Nicaragua canal, he said,' and thaw |
would be entirely at sea level } If this is a laugh, you

Engineering difficulties would be;
minimised because it would pass
through Lake Nicaragua fir a sub-
stantial part of its length.

A second canal across een Lr
America would permit quicker) as Arias was 4 major political fac- |
access of American warships be-| tor in having the Panama Gener sl
tween the Atlantic and Pacific) Assembly cance! the American air
Oceans, the distance between the] base agreements,”
east and west coasts of the Expansi
United States being reduced “XDaDsION
considerably, O’Toole said

The turbulent politica!
mate created by a five-day revo-
lution in Panama, which occur-
red at the same time that the
Congressmen visited the Canal
Zone, hastened their decision to
examine carefully the possibili-
ties of a new water artery in
Nicaragua.

O'Toole plans to hold the public
hearings soon to thrash out the

don’t know the haif —
It is just one huge guf-
faw”.

cli-| Canal through the Lake Terminal
plan is opposed by most military
authorities on the ground that its
locks feature would prove excep-
tionally vulnerable to atomic
tack, he pointed out
“Furthermore,” he continued,
“locks can be rendered useless
by the cutting off of electric
power, by concussion, by throw-
ing a handful of emery powder
into working parts setting

by

entire trans-isthmian problem,| off of hidden ¢xplosives in ships
which has grown into a bitter using the locks, or by other sim-
major controversy in Congress ple sabotage methods.”

during the last year. } Sea level canals do not face such

Among the witnesses already in- potential danger in atomic war-
vited to testify is General Anas-| fare
tasio Somoza, Nicaraguan strong} “Preliminary studies of the sub-
man, who has brought stability | committee indicate that the poten-
and prosperity to this targest Cen-|tialities of a sea-level canal
tral American nation after a tur- through Nicaragua are impressive
bulent political history. “The very size of Lake Nicara-

Somoza personally took the! gua would be a guarantee agains‘
canal-shopping O'Toole commit- nyany of the dangers threatenine
tee on a tour over the proposed} the Panama Canal in wartime
canal site in Nicaragua—both by “A Nicaraguan canal
plane and ship. save at least 48 hours in
t'me between Atlantic
Pacific ports





wou
allin

and
‘

Major Portion

A day was spent on Lake Nica- “This economic ites". he eo)
ragua, 100 miles long and 45! ,. Tee : i
finite ‘4e, which would form the| tinued, Would aid in nor

ae RS ea, Wea quickly writing off the cost of

noajor portion of the Nicaraguan

canal project
| Tho fresh water lake, fifth larg-

construction through
1 of shipp’ng operations
“A Nirarasuan canal’

lower ost

€

saic









in the world, among other! ,,. : ne
sdvantages; svouid soften the Bar| ‘would further accommodate th
naclés on ships crossing from thel largest of our naval vegsel3
eer 4 S Cacia something which — the present
Atlantic to the Pacific. Panama Canal cannot d
The possibility that the Soviet; * 474? Sa sae SO

I inion the H-bomb—or will| 50 Years

produce it some day—makes it es-| “The Panama Canal is fast
sential that we do not put Sill our| 9PProaching the _half-centut
eg? in one basket,” said O’Toole.| Mark, A new cana! could be eon-

structed with the efficient engin-
riers, and two canals are better} ecring knowledge we have gained
tion than one.” | in the last magic decade of Ameri-
construction of a sea level | can technological progress

through Panama territory “Not least of my favourab!r
recuire a New treaty with! impressions of t proposed canal
1at nation which has refused to} site in Nicaragt as the friendi
the lease on Air bases] attitude of the Nicaraguan 1
we need for cana) defense, } toward the United States
regime of President Arias, | Willingness of

“Two guns. two planes, two car-









ts offic

of )
States write



i



ect istalled through a coup,; have the United
mises no roore friendly treat-}; own ticket Sas
a fresh treaty inasmuch —(I Ss





Indies cricketers play bright cricket whenever they can,
Christiani is behind the stumps and Williams

New Caribbean Canal |

/ opened fire in the African district
| of Witwatersrand today after they
had been stoned,

| schools to shut down and disrupted |

The expansion of the Panama | killed



be made at this juncture.

St. Lueia
Leg-Co Is

(Advocate Correspondent)
CASTRIES, Ma; 1.

Here reprasentation on the St,

at
ceremony
ternporary
attended
prominent

by the majority

individuals — of

Two Peasants
‘illed; Six
Wounded

ROME, May 1. |



cross tion of the public

Thos present included
Grace the Archbishop of Port-ot
Spain, Acting Chief Justice Crane
Mr. Justice Date, T. B. Hull of
Barbados the only first urviving
elected member of the Legislature
who is invited by the Government

Two peasants were shot dead ; :
specially tor this function, The

and six wounded in a clash with | ’ :
police yesterday at Celano, east of ; Hon'ble C. McIntosh of St, Vin
Rome, near the estates of Prince
Torlonia, News of the shooting

[cent and delegates from other
Windward Islands

reached Rome today and was His Honour the Administrator
announced by Labour leader|J-M. Stow, C.M.G. inspected the
Giuseppe Di Vittorio at a massive] Police guard of honour on his ar-
Communist-organise? meeting 1m rival and following the welcome by
the heart of Rome. the Archbishop, the Chief Justice
and Assistant Administrator pro-
ceeded to the Council Chamber.
eee? Keith Alleyne Crown

orney laid on the -table a
lengthy historic document tracing
the istand’s constructional
programme.

A resolution of loyalty to the
King, which was moved by the
Hon'ble Allan Lewis Senior Elect-
ed member and seconded by the
Hon'ble ©. A. Beaubrun, Senior
nominated member was carried by
all standing. The Administratos in
bis speech welcomed the visiting
dignitari@s and delegates and then
read a message from the Governor
who regretted his inability to at-
tend and also a message from the
Hon'ble D. A, Marryshow veteran
of the Grenada Legislature

Hon'ble Garnet Gordon who
enjoys the oldest unbroken elected
membership replied to the Ad-
ministrator’s address. The entire
assemblage then stood silent as a
mark of respect to the patriots
gone before them who toiled un-
ceasingly for freedom, At noon
large luneheon reception was held
at Motel St. Antoine,

_—

The clash oceurre:’ while peas-
ants were waiting outside the
locaLunion headquarters at Cetarso,
for the announcement of a work
quota, A debate broke out inside
the headquarters and spread to the
Waiting crowds outside. Police,
who tried to break up the crow,
were met with a hail of stones.
They replied, firing first in the air
then on the ground:

—Reuter.



10 Killed In
‘Freedom Day’”’

Demonstrations

JOHANNESBURG, May 1
At least ten natives were be-
lieved shot dead when police

Police forces
the ban

mobilised to
of “freedom

demonstrations were stoned
suburbs all round Johannesburg!
tonight. May Day’s daylight hour

nad gone off quietly, marked only
by absenteeism among non-whites ;
which forced many industries and!

force day’

in

bread and milk deliveries.

At Sophiatown, West Johannes-



burg, police opened fire when
stoned and the district corm-|
mandant gaid two Africans were

At Alexandra, 16 miles}
north of Johannesburg, police in|
troop carriers fired after they were |
stoned and at least 10 people wer2!
believed killed Police also open i
ed fire at Orlando, west of Sophia-

town, and at Benoni 30 miles er
of Johannesburg Fire engin
rushec with sirens screaming

Sophiatown and adjoining New-
town,—Repter.



to



200,000 IN MAY

!
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|
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FIVE CENTS

| FOR EAST
CARIBBEA

IF PROPOSAL GOE
THROUGH

(From Our Own Correspondent)

A HARRISON LINE official confirmed this morning t
f a proposal to utilise St. Lucia as the centre for
East Caribbean shipping with U.K. had been made.

He emphasised that the proposal had not yet been vi
consideration by the company and that no statemen; co



25 Years Old

The Silver Jubilee for elected
Lucia
Legislative Council was celebrated!
on Monday in colourful traditional
The function in the
Council Chamber wags
of
the | held discussions with His Honowe
Church and state as well as a large | the Administrator, Hon
\J.

His | the St, Lucia Seamen and Water-

Price:

Year 35.







LONDON, May |

At the same time it is lear
that C.D.C, are also interested
a proposal to usé St. Lucia ag a
freight distribution base, but this
is not confirmed officially

This proposal it is understood
would involve the introduction of
&@ small vessel, approximately nine
hundred tons, which would be
used for the onward shipment
from St. Lucia to the smaller
islands of freight from the U.K.

Our correspondent in Castries
reports that Captain T, Stocks,
Marine Superintendent of the
Harrison Steamship Company,

England, has been in St. Lueia
this week on a visit of inspection
of the port facilities and the possi-
bility of Castries being made a
transhipment port for steamshi
of his Company Capt. Stoe

Franeis

O,B.E., President of

Carasco

jfront Workers Trade Union, and

|

*" Communist

Paints by Lewis

(Great Britain) Ltd. 7

A
For

| Messrs

Minvielle & Chastanet,
Ltd., the Company's agents, .

Results of the discussions ape
not yet known, but meanwhile
construction of the new Govern-
ment warehouse on the northern
wharf by the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation is proceeding
aceording to plan, ;



Queen’s Nephew
Fined £10

PERTH, Scotland, May 1,
A, Scottish Court, today fine
néphew of Queen #lizabeth '
and suspended his licence for
year for driving a jeep under the
influence of drink. ion
Timothy Patrick Bowes-Lyon,
32-year-old Third Karl of Strath

sei





more and 16th Scottish Earl, of
Strathmore and Kinghorn, collid+
ed with a car on the Perth to
Aberdeen road last December.

Announcing his decision the sheriff
said he could not accept a defence
which contended that the agteci~
dent was due to a mechanical
defect in the jeep. j

—~Reuter,

NO PROOF

WASHINGTON, May J.
Mrs. Freda Utley, former &
ish Communist, married to a








sian, to-day told a Senate
Committee that she had no
"hat Professor Lattimore, #

Eastern export and former
Departiaent consultant, v
But she believq
wife “follows the Com
Reuter




















his
line.”



Berger

Galvaniseg

DAY PARADE
HONGKONG, May 1!
Peking \Nadio said more 7 8
200,000 pecple marched past the} !
ty’s histe Gate of Heaven
Diaod “in. the wreatest May. D
parade C} hact ever seer has for many years
Plane ipped and scattered} ‘ ’
leaflets a uehers saluted Com-| most economical ;
munist leader Mao Tse Tung r *
ther officia | paint ever introduc
Army, Nay nd Air Force}
letachments led the. parade, with| Barbados
Women i are it j |
ipplause Reuter. Bailie teres or a
i — |
' se eee | peels off. Stocked ir
No Disclosure On | Dak acartan
Coal Price anent Green = and
een vrs : t other Colours.
The Government refused to
di es the price of coal export-
ed to Argentine at question time Ask your dealer fof
in the Hoi of Commons today :
; Mit of. Fuel and Tran- ‘are s ly t
‘ Pr ip. Nool-Baker, Card, or REE :
Herbert Williams
how the price of! GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,
ried to Argentine com-|
Mets Pate ae tae Bridgetown Sole
i I » not fix or con- * ae » ’
t xport price fixed by al 5
ga Ri gy ogee a LOAM
Reuter :


ae

PAGE TWO

Sin

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Carib Calling



a. OF THE W.I. CRICKETERS are seen here, with Clyde
st ‘alcott, extreme right heartily enjoying a joke. The others are,
in -to_right : A, Rae, “Boogles” Williams, S, Ramadhin, and

'—Paul Popper.

wits 4,000 other fans the Hon.
-Y Gerald Lascelles, was at the
= ress*Mall in London last week
r five and a half hours of non-
Stop -music. at the National Jazz
Band: rt, Twenty bands, each
paeving of the old Dixieland
and N rleans tunes cf 25 years
- Cdrfipeted. While they beat
the rhythm, dancers in extri-
Vagant dress jived continuously.

"Ss nephew, it is under-
Stood, is a keen jazz fan,

Back From Press Talks
ON. VC. GALE, MLC.,
Managing Director of the

Advocate: Co. Ltd., who was in
finidad for the Caribbean Press

Association meeting returned t
°
Barbados on Sunday by B.W.1.A.

Farewell

ISS-H.-RIDLER, O.B.E., after
eighteen months’ stay in
dos, is leaving on May 5th

for Trinidad where she will be
the guest 6f Sir Hubert and Lady
Rance, until she leaves for England
on the Golfito on May 10th.
After ‘spending the summer in
England, me hopes to visit the
° ordan and also
Cyrenaica at the invitation of Mr.
and Mrs. Perowne. She wishes to
thank all her friends in Barbados
for kinaness and hospitality.

After 41 Years In U.S.A.

AMONG the passengers arriv-
ing by the S.S. Fort Amherst
on Monday was Mr. Laurie A.
Forte from New York, City, Mr.
Forte who is a Barbadian from
’ Parish’ of St. Thomas, has
been in the United States for 41

age

During his period abroad most
of his time was spent in the Fur
Industry and he has now returned

to’ pay a short visit to his
son Mr. Oliver Forte and his sister
Mrs. G. W. Hope of Good Hope,
_St.-Michael. Mr. Forte thinks his
home town looks quite changed in
appearance and feels that many
improvements have taken place
during his absence. He expects to
about four weeks here

before returning to the U.S.

Here for the Day

TRANSIT on the ‘“Golfito”

on Sattirday for Trinidad were
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kelshall and
their baby daughter Kay. Mr.
Kelshall is an officer of the Col-
onial Office in Trinidad and has
been to England on a course. His
wife is Mr. Charlie Taylor's sis-
ter, and they spent the day with
the Taylor’s while the ‘“Golfito”
was in port.

i

MONG the unanswered ques-

tions of our time is this: Do
codfish talk to each other in the
spawning season? Norwegian
scientists, equipped with every-
thing but elephants, are setting
out to probe this matter to its
salty depths. Now it seems to me
that, just as mice make a squeak-
ing sound which is called, by
aesthetes, “singing,” so codfish
probably make a sound, or series
of sounds, which is called, by
scientists, ‘talking’. Professor
Axel es, \the famous Swedish
ichthy , claimed that he
heard e cod say: to another:
awning—er, 1. mean,
And tet us not forget

ood
rning
y orth’s:

in April days what was his dear-
A on with some lovely
‘fish = :
One day, while reading Shake-
“speqre to a salmon,

ty

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~ BY THE WAY |

Antiguan Wedding

PRETTY wedding took place

last Tuesday at the Methodist
Church in St, John's, Antigua
when Miss Hilda Brown, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. N. Brown,
(merchant of St. John’s) was
married to Mr, Will Kelsick of St.
Kitts. Mr. Fred Kelsick, brother
of the bridegroom was bestman
and Miss Irene MelIntosh was
bridesmaid, The bride’s sister Dr.
Caroline Ramosar was here from
Trinidad for the occasion. Dr.
and Mrs. Conrad Stephens, Mrs.
Eustace Wall and Mrs. Daphne
Malone were guests who came
from St. Kitts to attend the wed-
ding. The honeymoon is being
spent at Johnson’s Point, Antigua.

On Short Visit

R. DAN F. BLACKETT,
Editor of “The Torch”, was
a passenger by B.W.I.A, yester-
day for Trinidad on a short visit
in connection with the colony’s
new constitutional set up.
During his stay, he will be the
guest of Hon'ble Roy Joseph,
Mayor of San Fernando and Mrs.
Joseph.

Visiting His Sister
R. AND Mrs, E. A. Barrett who
are from Abbotsford British
Columbia left on Saturday
morning for St. Kitts by B.W.LA.
to spend three months with Dr,
and Mrs. E. Jardine. Mrs, Jardine
is Mr. Barrett's sister.
They arrived a week ago by
T.C.A., and their short stay here
was spent at Cacrabank.



MR. AND MRS, “BUNNY” LEWIS

He heafd the creature murmur
rudely, “Gammon!”
Waterloo Wanda

‘HE plan to “make the nation-
alised industries more popu-

lar” is said to mean “brighter
railway stations.” The walt
musie relayed through loud-speak-
ers would be more popular if girl
porters could be hired as dance
partners, The man who goes
about tapping wheels should be
dressed in Lincoln green, with a
feather in his cap. Rose-leaves
should fall from the roof now
and then, Finally the announce-
ments could be more attractive:
“Hello, folks! This is Waterloo
Wanda telling you that the 9.15
is mighty lonesome, It’s waiting
for—just you, at platform 6. And,
folks, where do you think she’s
going to stop? This’ll slay you!
She’s stopping at Motheton, Rat-
tlesby, Sudgefold, and Abbots
Pudding. Can you beat that? Oh,
and listen folks. You gotta change



Going To Chicago

R. AND MRS. J. R. MCLEOD

who are from Toronto return-
ed to Canada by T.C.A., yesterday
Mr. McLeod has been promoted to
Office Manager in Chicago, and he
will shortly be proceeding there to
take up his new appointment.
They were staying at Cacrabank.

To Visit His Home

Province

R. P. C. 8. MAPFEI left by

T.C.A. yesterday for England
via ‘Trinidad, Bermuda and
Canada. He is going to England
for about three months and then
going over to Massa Carrara in
1saly, his nome province which he
has not visited in twenty-seven
years,

Kor Four Weeks’ Holiday

ISS JEAN DE FREI'’AS,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Stanley de Freitas of St. Vincent
arrived here recently for four

weeks’ hol@lay and is staying at
the St. Lawrence Hotel,

Miss de Freitas spent part of her
school days at the Ursuline Con-
vent here. Up toa few years ago
she used to be on the Barbados
staff of the Royal Bank of Canada.
She now lives in St. Vincent where
she works in the Government
Office.

Second W.I. Appointment
EV. RAYMOND WARNER
was an arrival on Saturday

by the Golfito from England in-

transit for St. Thomas where he
will take up an appointment as

Superintendent of the Methodist

Church,

This is Rev. Warner’s second
visit to the West Indies, the first
being in 1943 when he went out
to St. Kitts-Nevis and remained

for six years before returning to }rother, and tne ushers were Mr.
Gordon Cole and Mr. Keith Lewis

England on a year’s furlough.

Hollywood Ma

capital by
Max Factor
presented free

Hollywood
of

tion.



working directly with Max Factor, Jr. himself.

Comings And Goings

e-up Artist, Miss Maria Luisa Huarte, now in
Barbados to co..duct Max Factor Hollywood Art School of Make-
Up Classes at Cave, Shepherd & Co., Ltd., achieved her mastery
of beautifying art in the Max Factor make-up studios in the film

The
Art School of Make-Up classes, being
charge at Cave, Shepherd & Co, Ltd., offer
invaluable instruction to the women of this city on how to become
their own personal make-up artists, and achieve for themselves
the fashionably glaniourous screen-star type of make-up perfec—

Married on Saturday The reception was held at

N SATURDAY! afternoon at “Seaton”, Black MWRock, and the R. JACK O'DOWD EGAN,

5 o'clock, Miss Ruby Sampson, honeymoon is _ being spent at Director of Messrs. William
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Powell Spring Hotes. Fogarty Ltd., returned from a
Sampson of “Seaton”, Black Rock, Former Headmistress short Bat - Careced, vecgnnen
was married at the James Street, via rinidad on unday y
Methodint Churck, to Mr. Beenexd TWA te cs a EON, BW.LA.

‘Bunny’ Lewis, son of Mr, and
Mrs. T. Bruce Lewis of Chancery
Lane, Christ Church.

The Bride, who was given in
marriage by her father wore 4
dress of white faconne with a
sweeping long train, her headdress
was of pearls, held in place by
Queen Ann's Lace and tube roses.

Mrs. Gordon Cole, the Bride’s
sister was Matron of Honour. Her
dress was of pink taffeta with a
full skirt. Her headdress was a
lace stole and she carried a bouquet
of artificial gardenias,

The ceremony, which was fully
choral was performed by the Rev.
R. McCullough, The Bestman was
Mr, John Lewis, the Bridegroom’s



» » + By Reachcomber

at Mulsham for Beetleharrow.
Why? Don’t ask me! My Col-
league, lamp-trimmer Fred Grey,
is now going to sing for you
‘Mother Machree,’ Swing _ it,
Fred!”

Something Brewing

HOPE the report is true that

a film chief said the other
day, talking of music for a film,
“You can't monkey with Wagner.”
When I told this to Snert Vosha
and his Hot-Time Swingaroos,
Vosha said, “Aw, nuts- We gonna
git the led outer dat guy Wagner’s
boots, an’ pep him up a bit, wid
coloured scarfs struck in da brass
ter mute ’em, kinda, an’ a swell
chorus uy nifty pilgrims tatata-
ta-ta,” “What's the film?” I

asked. “What the hell?” replied
Vosha. Dat don’t make no differ-
ence to da band @n't it, Wagner's
got class. You don’t have ter have
no special film for a hot rendi-
tion uv dat guy’s numbers: ”’

M.B.E., who arrived here on
Wednesday from Antigua returned
on Saturday by B.W.LA.
Miss Robinson is a well known
figure in Antigua she used to be
Headmistress of T. O. R. Memorial
High School and is now retired.

She was a guest of Mr. and

Cc. B. Alamby of Edinboro, Bar-
barees Hill.

B.W.LA. was Mr.

who returned from Miami.

Mrs.

town, B.G., on a short visit.

LSO arriving on Sunday by
Kenneth
Girling of Telecommunications

R. W. A. CRAWFORD, M.C.P.,
left for Trinidad on Sunday
by B.W.LA. intransit for George-



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the story of his search tor the
iragon and hi« sirange thy
ad Mandarin smows fis ine
though at tirsr he ooks doubth
“Your ‘ale ts emiarkabtle
bear.” me says. ~~ bur

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WIRE DISH COVERS.

hrough

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dragons.

pet Tell me, whence comes your power
the over that creature?” ** Oh, | had
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smiles Rupert. “| gave each ot

them one ot these."

him the

last of the dragon pills,

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Across

lice Nan rather
(6)

fhrougn taking it it gave Reece
six. ¢

Pollowing a scar it would be a
rarity. (4)

Ceremonial. (4)

By approsimate Judgment time

Goggy surely

’

it could ve
feathers or horse fair’ (5)
Coming or going she’s as she was
in the beginning. (3)

Eat coin for a change. (7)
Quite enough to niake mum die.

(6)
It’s a wave and a smasher too!

in th ways. (4)
What the Arabs folded
stealing silentiy away. (5

Down

before

. Lie, (B)
Se in the ventre seemingly.

4. Salad ingredier t. (7)

4. _ may be [art of a goud one.

6. Penetration of the cue man, (6)

6. Catchy sort of clue this. (3)

7. Seen mest into these. (8)

9 The place for ties. (4)

il. eastern princess. (4)

13 Paradoxical surely to say this
clue is this. (4)

1é arse & ‘mal ambit nolds one.

16. e style ol some grim odes. (4)

20 The habit of this tor ts to advise,
(3)

Solution of Satkrdets wiuszie Across:
1. Aphorism, 8, Coal. ¥. Seam '0 foe:
11 Resin: 15, Umber. 15 Poise. 18, Lad;
19, Knit: 20 Eerie 21, lona: 22
ful, 23, Mustering Down: | Awtul: 2,
Hog: 3. Oar, 4. Issue, 5, Setsin: 6,
Manikin: 7, immortal: 8 Complex; 12,

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Police Supt vice wit tens S
BSRLIN, Mity 3. lo Seen Ot Roa
e Cup e East ana West Berlin police haven . at uaa ‘el Sunday ||
| each the acer a 0Uu 2 ociocKR when
(Advocate Correspondent) j Soviet hee bouts -| he fell from a tree on which he DRESS SHOPPE
*ASTRIES, April 22 — | lo : , ‘S| was swinging
long colu s 4S] ny TY :
Major T. Foley, As nt rched to. a 1M io ee ae "|. It is understood that he had For S LE plus
Superintendent of Police, St. Lucia, o nm ¥ ©} been giving ani exhibition of
proceeded on Sunday, April 30 Re . | acrobatic stunts. He was laver
te Grenada where he acted as| i ctenaeditaten Nob nen eI] treated for severe injuries
Superintendent of Police in place } ais ige-painted Amercan heli-
of Major G., D. Maydon, who has | ae o ere ever sae ae anden
proceeded to his new appointm at] Ege mine. the sector boun
in Gambia . ’ | ary, ready to flash any Weturh- + <
Major Foley will act until; ae ae ns hho rp aging
Madina’ tics es GE Sa samen | troops who were standing by
new duties in Jamaica Senior | of : We en eee a wes
Assista rt ee | of trouble
ssistant Superintendent of Police About a million Berliners we S
Consequent upon Major Foley's expecvee: At the demonstration &
early departure, Capt. 5 3 i We tern Berlin the Ame: R HEADACHE
Humfrey, tant te r i- | CaM: BURMTIUES Carly W-Ry ws SI RHEUMATISM
dent, who ha ot or a} rested seven Soviet Sector polive ° bs NIGHT RISING ,
training cour ited | { werfering With West Se- 3 FEELING adi ndb
Kingdom will ; 1 to e police” at the station, near i iupute 8.000 Ladies Ha oe
ee) is the off stre r boundary a LARGE BOTTLE A be cnutiful Acsortment in
would then be rectuced to ily t ted a a a
Superintenden Colonei. James). | < } Commun c and many other
one Inspector rnd one ubd-} } rot ro cae nerials,
pencietan oe d to isnore Weste
YOU struction
tht n red flags anu two b! from $2.50 to $8.95
| the Communi:t+led fi
Ger i h flew from the t
» Adams Se nek eee eS d, a
| t all Marshall P'an ecouittri Ladies Dresses
Re i t | fluttered over the vast’ ‘Platz De
presen Ss Republik” nearby, where t Teeth Lose For Cocktails, wedding or
‘i ;
e aon Sector columrs were co afternoon. A fine assdrt-
[ ] ‘reing. | ‘oose
nion D ow, . . fi A short distance away | ment in stock hee a dite-
THE W.1. TEAM PHOTOGRAPHED at Pastbourne, Sussex. Left to right (standing) : Williams, Marshall, Valentine, Pierre. Wateott, battalion of Britigh Fusiliers wa. | from, In a variety of may
(Advocate Correspondent) Johnson, Rae, Trestrail; (sitting) Reamadhin, Jones, Worrell, Rev, Balmer Barnes, Goddard (Capt.), Gomez, Stollmeyer, istanding but Western — official: | rials and latest styles.
CASTRIES, April 29 Christiani, Weekes-—Paul Popper. | Were confident they would not b«. |
Sir Clement Malone. OBE Bast is - TE ae requred.— (Reuter, ) | from $12 00 up
Chief Justice of the Windward ee "
and. Leeward Islands, will not be} ane y ‘yt e ,
able to serve as Arbitrator in the | T IS; Fou Cl iy » 1 > O : Trad 2 Fa oa
trade dispute between the St. our au € yONS e wr | a aw L di $s. Hats
Lucia Workers’ Union and the QO 7 W } A / T: ot id | —_ oe adie
5 »y ' sconstructior | a ~ : .
oe Getdates so we dee Ie ith Arson n Trinidad Stop Pyershee cnd | [The finest assortment in
as $ as ms alre >
for the United Kein gdom on pre- j PORT-OF-SPAIN. M ¥: Trench Mouth stock now, Many of th
retirement leave, | —Says We Dicteai | AFTER $10, 000 FIRE Pulling the it hich rele pl Re ime SP ORR, Pi in 24 Hers are: richly trimmed, With
es the serviees of an- i } ed a black clot ' werit we Was welcomed by a Cam { Bleeding gums, "2 % colourful feathers, beauti-
sother Judge of the Supreme Court { _ ne | huge hand hold loft, a: torct ae ; 7 COM~ | veeth mean that fou ure x ir owers or fruit
are DAR sought Bid shen these GEORGETOWN. Mav 1 r pondent) Pee and i _ slat, § ‘ wie headed by me Honourable rhea orFrenel ui eH ct ful fl rs 0! \
: 2 : . : + 1 1 . . Hane by ‘ s 2 » expresse vente €
have been procurred, the date of A big congregation of employers and worker; embled in} GEORGETOWN, April 28 one of hi vliest ppe the hope that “this Pair will Bout teeth “and Haye \} priced from $5 19 up
the sitting of the Tribunal will be} the Cathedral Church a ate he ; Following police inves tigations | ances, unveiled hie kins devon that He pore Your time, Since iho vent *
athedra urch of Saint George yesterday evening | e . menu- achieve the same fame that similar | War these mouth, disease WV a
announieéd. én a : 3 : jafter the $10,000 fire which gut-| ment of the annual 1 11 fair . ; ; . AY | Uhroaghout the world so the. so ores sinialeiialtlae
Mr. Grantiés Adams. Barricter- and heard His Grace the Most Reverend John Knight, | ‘ted a building in Alexander -#ai, bp Her Be cane parts would Usts sav that four our oi tive people ‘
at-law of Barbados, will represent Primate’ of the West Indies Province of the Church of] Street, opposite the Salv ation | NY inidad ‘jourd sae Sending the time sind stop teks ea widre it is Ladies’ Housecoats
the Workers’ Union at the inquiry England and the Lord Bishop of vie Diocese of British} Atmy Central Hall the Police | He declared the I en While Caribbean Press Assoc ton Cons the toss gi teeth bin else : rhowmat
Guiana make an appeal io-all elasses and kinds of workers] pirestal and charged « man apd] Commander, Carlton,” Goddar Terence. "wha. he hop would | an Soe iar a Select froin this Fike As
s > an ‘ir two sons witl eC 1e tore W L kee Y tT as sa —
etiam afd ‘eiiployers in this’coubtry to = esi etnies keton rd | -* ere vorch Wh a retutas ito thelr homes and write New Discovory Seves Teeth sortment whether cotton,
| r tl ation abo 1e Falr sen
Fusiliers Postpone | world recovery, The avoused are Khairoo! Ne | Of the Fair, and the spectator Re ee Cas. Peas relomtinte aghits tien tr Na new rayon or nylon, You are
| » aecused are Khairoo e. | —Ca. SS. and quick way, It pouetrntes eight to the .
Vi it | It was the first such observance, ther makes many of them unfit to shaw, ¢ wher of the grocery which | eer aree aiihinetadinandineinte ion tia Sees tek faye aie ie take tn vee ” find tala atyle *
Isl in British Guiana of Industrial| take their places,as citizens in our} Was situated in the bottom flat of| Maitre Sek cane » Aid Roon van See” *
Sunday and His Grace d tiv ommunity the building, and where the fire ts} eciitlinnanins tron Mr, We We i Mets tee
ay ‘ rac 7 c : ‘ & ¢ | nnn ees ~ y ne
(Advocate Correspondent) the address, i aoe eet t alleged to have started, his wife} Amoson sera pets 1 sult a tropirrenen from $4.32 to $18.00
CASTRIES, April 29. He declared that ar “It is a very serious evil. It is} Sulaiman Shaw, and their -sons r 9 66 ’ uth and Pyortica for cen years. My
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was to have brought the Inni-| better services as a condition to|@VerTy day it brings more social] the preliminary inquiry will com A f prresen Bay paras mad Atopued bleeding,
skilling Fusiliers from Jamaica for} our recovery from the present | 22d moral evils in its train” mence in the Georgetown Magis- impurities ; many sufferers froin three days and in two we: Pind thes Gold buttons—gold beits—
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PAGE FOUR



Published by %hu Advocate Co. 114, 4, Broad St, Bridaetows

Tuesday, May 2, 1950





Shadow

BEHIND a screen of secrecy negotiations
have been proceeding to decide the future
of oil in Barbados. ‘he services of Mr.
Tanner, a Canadian Oil Expert were obtain-
ed free of charge and it was felt that the
island was indeed on the verge of exploiting
its oil potential. Eigh: days ago the repre-
sentatives of Trinidad Leaseholds walked
out of the negotiations but the Government
has mad no announcement on the matter

in spite of the fact that a spate of rumour
has been circulating.

When the development of oil became a
possibility it was assumed that the British
Union Oil Company with their associates
would be granted the licence to drill. It was
almost entirely due to the labours of experts
employed by the B.U.O.C. that it was real-
ised that Barbados may be a lucrative
source of oil. -

It is more than imperative that the drill-
ing for oil in Barbados be carefully regu-
lated so that the impact of oil drilling on
the island’s economy be as limited as pos-
sible. If two or more companies were t9
drill in Barbados the effect would not be
beneficial to the colony. Competition in
wages, disruption of the Sugar Industry
and general spoliation of the island must
be avoided at ali costs.

There is no doubt that the moral claims of
B.U.O.C. and their associate company are
unanswerable. Trinidad Leaseholds is a
British Company with long experience of
West Indian labour, If the fact that the
Leaseholds representatives have walked
out of the discussions reflects the view that
there is some insurmountable obstacle to
agreement the people of Barbados should
know what it is that has caused difficulty
in reaching agreement.

The issues involved in this matter are of
vital importance not only to Barbados but
to the Commonwealth and some prefer-
ence should be given to a British Company
if their requests are at all reasonable. The
semi-political discussions that have been
taking place with only representatives of
Barbados present do not take sufficient
cognisance of the importance of the mat-
ter with which they are dealing.

Oil is not the answer to all the problems

“09. 6e°Barbados. Indeed there are many who

are very anxious about the results of drill-
ing in an island as small as this. The
Sugar Industry will be the mainstay of
Barbados long after oil will have been ex-
hausted, the beauty of the island will be an
everlasting attraction to visitors to these
shores and the establiaament of secondary
industries will do more n anything else
to relieve the problem of unemployment
in Barbados.

This is not to say that if oil is present.
in large quantities drilling should notteke
place. But the activities of the oil com-
pany should be regulated with a view to
safeguarding the long term interests of
the island.

The island is grateful for the advice
given by Mr, Tanner but it is often diffi-
cult for a person accustomed to thinking
in terms of a-big country to deal with the
especial problems of a small place. Mr.
Tanner’s recommendations must always
be carefully scrutinised to see whether
they recognise local peculiarities and do
not merely reflect the practice in larger
countries but which may be inapplicable
to Barbados.

Above ail the public should be kept in-
formed of developments and not be allow-
ed to garner the news from rumour which
may be incorrect in impartant respects.
The Government should lose no time in
issuing a statement on the negotiations.





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Aceusing Finger

HIS EXCELLENCY’S speech at
the re-opening of the Legislature
is perhaps the most remarkable
in recent times of any Governor
during his regime in this Colony.
His appreciation of conditions, his
comprehensive grasp of the neces-
sary fundamentals, his monumen-
tal analysis of the financial and
economic measures essential to
the progress of the Colony, is,
by popular consent, impressive.
Whether his speech will be as
popularly accepted as being in the
best English Conservative tradi-
tién, depends on the local
knowledge of the best English
Conservative tradition, which
knowledge I suspect is slight.

It is significant that the speech
pointedly avoided any specific
political comment, and this, whea
rumours of Ministerial Status are
so prevalent in Party circles.

In a welcome contrast to the
known policy of the party in
power, His Excelleacy leaves no
doubt as to what in his opinion
should have priority in Barbados.
“T have found that the determina-
tion of priorities is a most diffi-
cult problem, but there is one
priority which I suggest is ines-
capable. That is to ensure that
economic development—the devel-
opment of production — is given
its proper place at the head of
the queue, for without fulfilment
of its purpose viz. a greater
national wealth, there can be little
hope of substantial development of
the social services and higher
standard of living which this com-
munity seeks.”

In this paper on Sunday last, was
an Editorial to which that quota-
tion from His Excellency’s speech
may now be considered comple-
mentary, It dealt with unemploy-
ment, and its concluding paragraph
began with these words. “Time is
running out. Action cannot be
postponed”, That summarises in
two’ pregnant sentences the
urgency of the unemployment
situation in Barbados. For about
fifty jobs two thousand men will
rush into Cavans Lane; struggle,
lose shirts, risk suffocation and
being trampled, although the jobs
are specifically advertised for
Seamen with papers. It is just
hope, even against hope, that
actuates these men. The callous-
ness and corruption of indiffer-
ence to labour. so prevalent in
some socially depressed areas, has
not even touched our people. They
deserve to be helped.

If unemployment can be termed
“acute” in places where the
pressure of population is less, then
a word must be invented for our
situation. But the most amazing
phenomena about that situation
is the attitude which the local

Labour Party Administration
assumes generally toward the
issue. This, easily the major

problem of the Colony, is given
a secondary place to almost every-
thing else that is less important.

Of course His Excellency is
right in his choice of priorities.
There can be no priority over the
assurance of a livelihood for sub-
stantial numbers of the people.
Why build more schools to turn
out more educated citizens when
no provision is being made or
apparently even contemplated for
their employment. The practice of
earning a livelihood can in itself be
educative. The hundreds of boys
leaving our secondary schools an-
nually soon forget the meaning of
their education after several years
of post school idleness. We are
putting the cart before the horse.
No modern world community has
taken this road to development.
The educational theories, practice,
and reforms of the United King-
dom and United States have



By Scratator

followed their economic develov-
ment, not preceded it. It is all
very well to pander to the instinc-
tive snobbery of a community by
pretending to teach Spanish in
elementary schools, but with the
prevailing circumstances outside
these schools, this guarantees
them nothing but illusion and
frustration, The present Adminis-
tration confronts the Legislature
with repeated resolutions for the
expenditure of huge sums of
money for any issue except the
abolition of unemployment. When
it comes to that their maximum
seems to be seventy thousand
dollars.

The present project at Seawell
is not considered in the writers’
opinion a project for the unem-
ployed; and for two reasons,
Firstly, a negligible number of
Barbadians are employed in rela-
tion to the massive expenditure,—
as an unemployment project this
would be exactly the reverse
Secondly, our expenditure of huge
sums should never be utilized for
temporary employment. That type
of expenditure may suit countries
where huge unemployment num-
bers recur with the economic trade
cycle of “depression” proportions,
not a community where a sub-
stantial proportion of the emptoy-
able are permanently out of work.
Every penny, ever’ dollar, every
pound ‘we can afford to borrow,
should have priority in schemes
of productive employment where
conditions obtain for permanent
jobs. A minimum of £100,00€
from revenue should be annually
earmarked for putting the un-
employed to work.

His Excellency’s comment on
secondary industries, I am glad to
note, does not accept what this
paper implied in Sunday’s leader,
that the absence of minerals holds
out poor prospects for industrializ-
ation. One cannot be opposed to
His Excellency'’s wise preference
for a number of small industries
to any one big enterprise, but why
not let us grab one of the recom-
mendations of the many experts
for secondary industries.

His Excellency’s cautionary
reference to the Harbour scheme
should be well pondered. He is
not opposed to the scheme, but
the careful measurement of his
words leaves this scribe at least
in no doubt that Mr. Savage would
use what capital we may be able
to obtain for the establishment of
such industries as would ensure a
continuous production of wealth.
We may recapture our entrepot
trade by a harbour scheme—but
we have no guarantee of that.
This should not necessarily be a
priority.

To revert to the recommenda-
tions of the experts—whatever
eapital we can borrow, why not
let us concentrate in a big way
upon one major secondary indus-
try. One for preference that
supplies material to be finished
if the greater manufacturing
centres, Such a secondary industry
would be the supply of yarn and
“crey” cloth to the textile finish-
ing mills in Lancashire. Professor
Simey first made the suggestion
and it has been reiterated by
others, The competitive future of
the Lancashire textile industry is
dependent upon such supplies, and
these are being threatened by the
further rapid industrialization of
the East from which these sup-
plies formeily were obtained, Such
a spinning industry on any sub-
stantial basis can employ thous-
ands. The whole economy of some
areas is entirely based upon such



a secondary industry. If we cannot
get the machinery for such a
major secondary industry, then
Jet us invest in p‘antation indus-
tries in British Honduras; tractors
and other agricul:ural machinery
are at any rate easier to obtain
than industria! machinery.

I have written so far as if these
projects must be run by Govern-
ment. I don’t :nean that at all.
What I do mean is that they must
be Government inspired. This I
see is also His Excellency’s view,
when in a_ startlin proposal
(startling to the vernment
Party) he accepted in principle a
policy of Government sponsored
loans to private enterprise. Shades
of Nelson Street; how could he!
At least one Administrator refuses
to be ideologically isolated by his
principal legislative advisers.
Bravo, Governor.

Puerto Hico, whose population
to the square mile is only half that
of ours, has acquired an industrial
development of Caribbean, if not
Hemispheric importance. This
remarkable development has been
entirely Government inspired.
Munoz Marin, now Governor, one
time political leader. socialist
probably, but where Puerto Rico
is concerned, realist primarily, will
go down in history as the greatest
Caribbean Statesman of the cen-
tury. He gave every conceivable
concession to invite industry into
his country; yet Puerto Rico has
not rested on this achievement;
it has just announced its intentior.
further to canvass labour for its
people on the farms and planta-
tions of the United States South.
and theirs is only half the popu-
lation density of Barbados to the
square mile.

If we hope to get industry we
must do all Puerto Rico has done,
and if possible more. Every
freedom from direct tax with-
held, every concession denied,
condemn the unemployed to a
deeper fate of dependence and
the awful waste of an honourable
humanity, a degradation of spirit,
a sapping of community morale,
The young are sentenced to reach
maturity and beyond in an idleness
that sooner or later must demor-
alize them utterly. Their idleness
stands as an accusing finger poised
censuring'y at the conscience of
the leadership of this country.

His Excellency realized that we
cannot achieve progress w thout
the cure of unemployment; but
we will never achieve it if our
people continue to be influenced
by a collection of ideologists at
the seat of Government, who do
not, or cannot recognize that
doctrines applied with doubtful
success to a highly industrialized
metropolitan centre, can only spell
ruin when applied to an over-
populated and backward agricul-
tural area.

Barbados needs something
greater than the present work'ng
class party to implement His
Excellency’s economic directives;
that party for convenience of the
doctrine of the class struggle which
it accepts, does not acknowledge
that the progress of the community
is absolutely dependent upon
encouragement to pr vate enter-
prise both localty and from abroad;
such acknowledgement would
destroy its theory of the class war,
nullify its propaganda, and cer-
tainly weaken its political influ-
ence. But class as Edith Caveli
said of patriotism, “is not enough”.
We will onty achieve progress
where our leadership is inspired
by community as distinct from
the partisanship of class. We owe
His Excellency a debt for his un-
exampled pointing “of the way.
“Time is running out. Action
catnot be postponed”.



Land of Prayer Gets Ready

GANGTOK, India.
ea. the Land of Prayer,
“has decided to go on a, defen-
sive war footing against Commu-
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hair and silvér daggers at their
belts—have arrived Sen
villages along, nearly 2,' es
of the Indian border.

Bait Por Recruits

Their ree g notices, rough-
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vure a long- Tibetan with a
gun and better food, good

tobacco rations, tea, and clothing.
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By Sidney Smith

only on a one-man-from-one-
family basis among the trading
and farming middle classes who,
if vhey have not a man to spare,
must either pay an indemnity
equal to the cost of one soldier
or hire a servant to join for them.

Another forceful military meas-
ure just completed is the transfer
from Lhasa of troops of the Dalai
Lama, with two batveries of 30
year-old mountain guns and a few
modern Brens, to the province of
Tsang, home territery of the ex-
iled Panchen Lama, pawn of “ho
Communists.

The Lhasa forces have de-
posed and transferred all the
Panchen Lama’s troops, police,
and Government officers. Sus-
pected Communists and militant
Panchen Lama supporvers, in-
cluding monks, are disappearing
into monastic dungeons.

The Chinese Communists have
rebuilt three vgartime airstrips
hundreds of miles inside Tibet at
Sining, Chamdo, and Jyekundo.

Red Background
On he noth-western borders of
Tibet, in Ladakh and on the Kash-





mir borders of Eastern Turkestan,
Russian forces have completed, a
string of mountain forts and three
airfields, which vhey have just
handed over to the newly arrived
“Chinese Liberation Forces.” One
of the airfieids is within 100 miles
of Indian Kashmir. ;
The two leading players.in this
{rst top-of-vhe-wor]d political
skirmish are a pair of omnipotent
enthroned little boys—reincarnat-
ed lamas, in conical hats and
maroon-and-yellow silk gowns

Neither has ever played #
game or seen a toy, or met a
fellow child. Both have already
completed their studies in logic,
philosophy, theology, and meta-
physics withaut ever leaving
their silk-scarved thrones and
bannered boudoirs.

The Dalai Lam a, Lhasa’s
supreme ruler with the qualified
approval of the Senior Oracle, is
14 years old, His rival, the
Panchen Lama, is 12. But they
are about the only individuals in
Tibet or China who know nothing
of the threats and fears exchi ng-
ed in their names. They are weil
screened by their septuagenarian
regents

London Express Service.



Nitting On The Fence

By Nathaniel Gubbins

“Our aim is to create a happy country... .
So let us go forward together with courage
and resolution towards that happy country.”
Sir Stafford Cripps’s Budget broadcast.
MAYBE a hundred years from now

A happy day will dawn
When men will ask “What's income tax?”

And me and Cripps are gawn
When men will ask “What's income tax

When no one’s earning money?”

And night and day will laugh and play

And live on milk and honey.

A man who lives on little pills;
Is little else but brain
Who's never heard of:income tax
Who’s never heard of money.
Whose sex apil is almost nil
Who asks “What’s milk?”
“What's honey?”

A thousand thousand years from now
In ages dark and dim

No man or superman may live;
No it, no her, no him,

No living thing may walk the earth
Nor fly, nor swim, nor crawl;

The sky, the sea, the iand may be
Chock full of sweet dam all.

So do not grudge that extra hour
Those taxes off your pay

Each sacrifice brings nearer still
The happy, far off day

When men will not pay income tax
Or earn their daily bread

Nor eat, nor drink, nor plan, nor think
Because they’ll all be dead.

HUSH A BYE JUNIOR

An American doctor complains that Ameri-
ean children won’t listen to mother’s lullabies
because they’re not up to date and realistic.
IF you don’t go to sleep this minute, Elmer,

shall sing you a lullaby.
Aw, gee, Mom,

“Hush a bye Baby on the tree top.”

Yeah, and I know the rext line, too. ;

All right, Elmer, if you’re so smart, what is it?

“Hush a bye Baby on the tree top, while Momma
goes out with a guy to bebop.”

How dare you say such a thing, Elmer? You
know perfectly well Momma never goes out with
anybody but Poppa.

No kiddin? And I suppose Poppa never goes
out with anybody but Memma? Remember that
line in “Sweet and Low,” Mom, “When Dadda
comes home to his babe in the nest”?

Sure I remember it, Elmer.
| to you often enough?

Often enough is right. Kinda funny about that
line. “WHEN dadda comes home.” In those lul-
labies daddas always seemed to be out some place.
Maybe those old timers who wrote the lyrics knew

;somp’n,

Right now your Poppa’s working late at the
office so he can buy you a noo baseball bat for
your birthday.

Yeah. And a noo mink coat for the steno-
grapher, too, I guess. You can’t fool me, Mom.

When your Poppa comes home I shall tell him
what a naughty little boy you’ve been.

If I'm still awake maybe I'll tell him what a
naughty little boy HE’S been. Good-night, Mom.

Good-night, Elmer. I’m ashamed of you.

I'm ashamed of both of you, Mom, But I can
take it. Have a swell time, Mom,

NIGHTSHIRT BLUES

People may laugh at the physician who said that
men ought to wear nightshirts because “the
pyjama is helping to bring about the decadence of
our good old institutions.” But they should re-
member that the nightshirt, in its prime, was a

most effective garment when worn by an angry | ;

father surprising his daughter with a young man
in the front parlour. .
* * *

Let us reconstruct a front parlour scene at mid-
night in the year 1870.

Egbert: You know, Arabella, that I have never
been insensible to your charms. It is, indeed, only
with the utmost restraint that I can compel these
eager arms, ever ready, nay, anxious, to embrace
that frail and lovely form I see before me, to re-
main,

Arabella: Hist! But what is that? (A heavy
footstep is heard on the stair. Arabella throws a
beautifully-timed swoon and falls into Egbert's
arms. Enter Arabella’s father, Old Man Grimjaw,
complete with nightshirt, boots, Dundreary whis-
kers and candle. The draught from the hall is
blowing hard across his hairy legs, giving Egbert
a fleeting impression of corn waving in the breeze).

Old Man Grimjaw (staring hard at Egbert):
Dastard!

Egbert (flushing): I beg your pardon?

Old Man Grimjaw: Dastard, I say.

Egbert: Oh, I thought you said....

Old Man Grimjaw (raising his right foot):
Silence, sir. By your ungentlemanly conduct, Sir,
you have outraged the hospitality of this roof. Get
out, sir, before I kick you out, sir, and never
darken these doors again, sir.

(Hurried exit of Egbert)
HEART TO HEART CHAT

IT IS incredible to me, dear, that you should
have any qualms about being a farmer’s wife, I
think you are very fortunate, indeed, to be én-
Baged to such a worthy young man.

You say his minners are uncouth and that his
cthes smell of pig’s swill when he takes you out
of an evening. Yuu should not be so particular.
dear. An honest man with an unpleasant odour is
better than a scented villian.

Try ammonia, dear, and look on the bright side.

—London Express Service.



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out water is figured in terms processes in industry need water ous communities if its

of hours and minutes.

is something we seldom think provided men with a

water hes
means Of

from earliest times,

Water is common, easily transportation; water dictates yne
accessible, and cheap. It is cheaper location of cities and farms; in te
than dirt. You can buy water ‘n form of ice, water is used univer 5~

cities, delivered by tap to.your ally for cooling and preservin®:
path and sink, for a nickle a ton, water is the great determinant
v just ordinary dirt fill costs political boundaries.
from a dollar up, and topsoil comes

at around $10.

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" Tt is only when a crisis occurs there naturally is competition be~

that we realize our

dependence tween one use and another, Somo~

upon water, Even then we mostly times municipal or provincial 9°

gap measures

take. stop

such as federal governments must step in
_ prohibiting the watering of. lawns and establish priorities, They may

or shutting off the supply for a prohibit street washing, or reduce

hours a day, or, as in New
‘ork recently, going without shav-
ing on one day a week.

~Jn a paragraph, here are ten of

the most important uses of water,
every one of which has been the
of hundreds of volumes of

withdrawal for electric power
generating, or ration’ the supply to
industries.

‘Our disregard of the importance
f rainfall and water supply has
become a dangerous influence in

technical writing: Moisture in thes our civilization. It leads to faulty

air makes organic life possible,
drinking water is our greate
physical need; plants, from low

economic ideas, confuses our
thinking about colonization and
immigration, blinds us to the con-

lichens in Niagara Gorge to gia@t sequences of building bigger and

Douglas firs of British Columbia,
grow only where there is water:

the sea is the home of the fish an

bigger cities, and leads us into
wrong judgments about the loca-
on and prospects of factories,

“years,

wisely used. Our water problems
are the outcome of our efforts to
adapt our physical environment to
our economic and socia! needs,
without reckoning sufficiently on
nature's unchanging ways.

All the water available to man
is derived from the condensed va-
pour of the atmosphere. An im-
portant step forward in the science
of hydrology (which is concerned
with the properties and distribu-
tion of water) was taken in receat
It was recognition of the
fact that the distribution and
transport of water obey a funda-
mental law of equilibrium. This re-
lationship is called the hydrologic
cycle. It represents the balance cf
water that exists between (1)
oceans, lakes, streams and under-
ground waters, (2) the solid part
of the earth, and (3) the atmos-
phere

Water is ceaselessly circulating
from the earth to the atmosphere
and back to the earth again
Evaporating from ponds, streams,
rivers and it forms

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water vapour

Rain which falls on the land is
disposed of in some or all of four
ways: some evaporates directly,
some is held in the surface soil
and subsequently evaporated by
plants, some filters through the
top layers and passes to the rocky
strata beneath, and some runs off
into rivers and = streams, The
amount of rainfall available for
the good of humanity is deter-
mined by the temperature, the
nature of the land surface, vegeta-
tion, and other feographical
features,

That part of the rainfall that is
absorbed by the ground is of very
great importance. It sinks down
until it joins the vast underground
reservoir of water that exists under
practically all of the earth's
surface. It is this groundwater, as
it is called, that feeds springs and
wells and rivers. It fyrnishes
water to plants by capillary action.
It dissolves mineral matter out of
the soil, thus supplying food to
the plants

The only way to get more water
for our use is to intercept it in the

It is obvious that there is little
use in crying for rain if we allow
it to wash across our fields and
make its quickest way to the sea
along some river bed. Man's
limited comprehension has waited
millions of acres of land caused by
sharp drops in crop yields, starved
cattle, spread deserts over the face
of the earth and devastated in-
dustrial areas,

farm districts.
Extracts from a

There is, without doubt, a
serious situation in regard to
water in many parts of the world.
Searcity of drinkable or otherwise
usable water is fast becoming the
limiting factor in the expansion
of agriculture and industry and
the growth of communities, Many
a city and town that only a few
years ago had adequate reservoir
capacity is finding that an un-
expected increase in population
taxes its water supply. The farmer
finds that he must dig deeper wells.
In some places, where water is
drawn from artificial. reservoirs
silt is being carried from eroded
watersheds to fill up the storage
capacity.

An excess

most as bad as

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LECTURE ON “Religions and

Customs of India” will be
given by Mr. C. Johns at the
Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock on Friday
night.

Mr. Johns has spent several
years in India and travelled ex-
tensively throughout that country.
At the conclusion cf the Lecture
anyone present is invited to ask
questions on the subiect

IX ACCIDENT® xccurred over

the week-end, but in nv
instance was anyone severely in-
jured.

Four men-—Joseph Alleyne,
Clyde Carter, Darnley Codrington
and Charles Sealy—were injurea
when a lorry on which they were
travelling, struck a rock in the
road at about 2.30 a.m. on Satur-
day.

The lorry, which is owned by
Willia:a Gittens of South District,
St. George and was also being
driven by him, was conveying a
boarded and shingled house along
V/arner Road, Christ Church when
the accident occurred. Fourteen
men were on the platform of the
iorry. The house, which is the
property of Horace Alleyne of
Mapp Hill, St. George, was being
removed to Dover.

All the injured men were taken
to the General Hospital. Codring-
ton and Sealey were detained,
while the others were treated and
discharged.

AKEFIELD ROAD, St. John

was the scene of an accident
at about 9.30 a.m. on Saturday
between the motor lorry T-190,
owned by George Moore of Small
Town, St. John and driven by
Thaddius Moore of Barrack Road,
Bank Hall, and a bicycle ridden
by Kenneth Holder of Venture, St.
John.

The bar, head-lamp and back
wheel of the bicycle were damaged.
Holder was taken to the General
Hospital by the Police van. He
was treated by Dr. David Payne
and detained.

DONKEY-DRAWN cart,
owned ard driven by Prince
Fields of My Lord’s Hill, St.
Michael, was involved in en
accident with a motor cycle, owned
and ridden by Grant Crookendale
of St. George, at about 4.15 p.m
on Saturday on My Lord’s Hill.
The shaft of the cart was broken
while the front fork, handle-bars
and head-lamp of the motorcycle
were damaged.

N SATURDAY night shortly
after 10 o’clock an accident
occurred on Dottins’ Alley, City,
between a bicycle owned by Med-
ford Hunte of Parish Land, ‘St.
George, and ridden by MacDonald
Walrond of Airy Hill in the same
Parish, and another bicycle, owned
by Leslie Nurse of Mansion Road,

Bank Hall. The front wheel and
fork of Hunte’s bicycle were
damaged.

7TWO MOTOR LORRIES be-

longing to Messrs. General
Traders Ltd., Staple Grove, Christ
Church, were involved in a
collision on Sunday at about 7.30
a.m. on St. David’s Road, Christ
Church. The radiator, fan and
right head-lamp of one of the
trucks were damaged. |

HIE LOSS OF three boxes of

potatoes valued $10 was re-
ported by James A. Tudor. He
reported that the potatoes were
taken from his residence “Lemon
Grove”, Westbury New Road on
Saturday.

CRICKET MATCH was play-

ed at Highland Grounds on
Sunday between a team captained
by Carl Drakes, and another
skippered by L. Dawson, The
game ended in a draw.

Drakes’ team won the toss, but
the entire side fell for 117 runs,
In reply Dawson’s team knocked
up 106 for the loss of five wickets
when stumps were drawn.

Drakes captured three for 42
runs,

LADYS LAWRENCE of Christ
Church was seen in difficul-
ties while bathing opposite “Denise
Monie”, near Bathsheba, on Sun-
day morning at about nine o'clock.
She was rescued by Carlton
Moore and Seibert Lawrence, both
of Christ Church.

ARBADOS EXPERIENCED a
very dry week-end. Between
Saturday and up to 6 o'clock on
Sunday morning only one part of
rain fell. This was in the Parish
of St. Philip.

On Sunday and up to 6 o'clock
yesterday morning a total of 22
parts fell but of this only three
parts fell during the day in one
parish—St, John. :

The returns for this perioc
during the night were: St. Thomas
10 parts, St. Joseph four parts
St. James two parts and St. Johr.
three parts.

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THE FIRST LETTER

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lownPlanning, |
Inquiry

THE following text has been |
issued by the Acting Colonial
Secretary, notifying the appoint-
ment of Mr. H. A. Vaughan to a
Commission of Enquiry.

WHEREAS by the Commission
of Enquiry Act, 1908, it is enacted i
that it shall _be lawfui for the |
Governor-in-Executive |Commit-
tee, whenever he shall deem it
advisable, to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner and
authorising such Commissioner to
enquire into the conduct of any |
officer in the public service of the |
Island:

._ AND WHEREAS the Governor-
in-Executive Committee deems if
advisable to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner and
authorising him to enquire into
allegations against the conduct of
officers in the public service:

_ AND WHEREAS the Governor-
in-Executive Committee is of the
opinion that such an inquiry is for
the public weifare:

NOW THEREFORE, know ye
that by these presents and by the
power and authority in me-vest-
ed, I Alfred William Lungley
Savage, C.M.G., Governor of the
Island, do hereby, in Executive
Committee, appoint and’ constitute
you, the said Hilton. Augustus
Vaugitin, to be a Commissioner
for the purpose of inquiring —



“whether there is any justi-
fication for allegations that
payments, rewards or other
considerations have been

sought, offered, promises, made

or received by or to the Archi-

tect and Town Planning Officer
or other public servants em-
ployed in the Department of the

Architect and Town Planning

Officer in connection with the

construction of buildings for

which the said Department is
responsible; and if so, in what
circumstances the transactions
took place and what persons
were involved therein: ”

and of reporting thereon:

AND I further authorise you in
the prosecution of your enquiry
to obtain such evidence or infor-
mation as you may deem neces-
sary in the furtherance of your
investigation, subject to the pro-
visions of the Commission of
Enquiry Act, 1908:

AND I hereby direct you to
hold your Enquiry at the Town
Hall on such dates as you shall
appoint.

AND I further direct you to
render a report of the said En-
quiry within thirty days of the
commencement thereof, but in
any case not later than the thir-
tieth day of June,. 1950.

Given under my hand and
the Great Seal of the Island,
this first day of May, one thou-
sand nine hundred and fifty in
the Fourteenth Year of His
Majesty’s Reign.

By His Excellency’s Command,

P, F. CAMPBELL,

Acting Colonial Secretary.

What's on Today

Meeting of Barbados Asso-
ciation in Aid of Blind,
Deaf and Dumb, at Social
Welfare Office, Garrison,
2.30 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.

Football at Queen’s Park at
5.00 p.m.

Police Band Concert at Bay
Street, Esplanade, at 8.00



p.m.
Basket Ball at Y.M.C.A. at
7.30 and 8.30 p.m.

All Day Rush
For New
Stamps

Several employees at the Post
Office had to do the work of sell-
ing stamps yesterday, when the!
new issue was on sale for the first
time, There was a rush for the



issue from the start and the long |

queues only thinned near closing
time,

The Postmaster told the “Advo-
tate” that though at the time of
closing it was not possible to
ascertain the actual amount of
stamps sold, he was certain that
the sale had been a big one having
regard to the consistent demand
throughout the day.

This barrage of purchasers was
anticipated he said, and therefore
plans were made to get things
working as smoothly as possible
gg to the satisfaction of the pub-
ic,

Two ladies were called upon to
sell to those persons who only
wanted sets of stamps and there
was an abnormal demand for
these. They just vanished as it
were, he said.

In a short time no less than
about five selling points were
established including one in the
Information Branch. He thought
the work had been performed
splendidly and to the satisfaction
of ihe public,

The stamps are of twelve deno-
minations ranging from 1 cent to
two dollars and forty cents.

The selling of the issue also be-
gan in England yesterday by the
Crown Agents for the Colonies.

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First House of Assem bly
Meeting For 1950 Session

WANTED—£100,000 FOR B’‘DOS DEVELOPMENT CO.

enone nearer: Tiel MENTING Of the House

Perjury Case
Dismissed

THEIR Honours of the Assis-
tant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery
yesterday upheld a decision of
His Worship Mr. A, J. H. Han-
schell who dismissed a case which
Reginald Eastmond of Britton’s
Hill brought against Egbert
Gilkes, alleging that he had com-
mitted perjury on December 31,
1948. The alleged perjury was
claimed to have been committed
during a case which was heard
before His Worship Mr. H. A.
Talma. In that case Eastmond
had accused Gilkes of fraudulent
conversion of 50c.

The case arose out of transac-
tions in connection with AME. |
Church funds. |

Eastmend was represented by
Mr. Ward. Mr. Douglas appeared
for Gilkes, Eastmond appealed
against Their Honours’ decision.

The charge was brought up on
seven grounds, but Mr. Ward con-
centrated on ‘three instances of
the alleged perjury in his address
to the court.

One point which was strongly
argued was whether a denial by
Gilkes of his having said he had
had a sum of money in hand could
constitute a perjury if it were
proved that he had not said in
hand, but that he had had the
money to the credit of the church.

Stick No
Bills

_ Posters cannot be stuck on build-
ings, trees, walls, fences, and the
like, unless permission has previ-
ously been given in writing by the
owner, occupant, or person in
charge of the premises.

This information was gleaned
by a representative of the Advo-
cate yesterday, when he tried to
find out whether there is any
official Regulation concerning the
posting of bills, ete,

The indiscriminate posting of
these vari-coloured bits of paper
along the highways presents an
unsightly appearance, and the
occupants of premises thus decor-
ated are apt to be—justifiably—
annoyed,

It was disclosed that anyone
guilty of this “bill-posting”’ with—
out the requisite permission, can
be brought before the Court by
the owner, occupant, or caretaker
under the Petty Trespass Act
1903—4.

IMPORTS
YESTERDAY

Over 1,322 bags of fine salt
along with ample supplies of beer,
vermouth, and onions arrived
from Liverpool for Barbados on
Sunday. These were the cargo of
s.s. Interpreter,

The Interpreter brought a varied
cargo. Biscuits, stoves, cod liver
oil, enamel ware and hardware
were other items included in the
cargo.

On Saturday, the Planter called
from Curacao, and Trinidad, Its
cargo included rinso, fish paste,
machinery, cycles, motor spares,
bolts and steel bars.

Both vessels operate under the
Harrison Line.

Arriving here yesterday morn-
ing was the Schooner D’Ortac with
100 tons of firewood, and 500 bags
of charcoal. The D'Ortae came
from British Guiana.



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of Assembly since the re-opening
for the 1950-51 Session takes placg
at 3 p.m., today, with too Govern-

ment measures on the ‘Order
Paper.

The first is a Resolution to
make it lawful for a Vestry to

lease land within their parish for
a period not exceeding 21 years.
Purpose of the Resolution is to do
away with tne unwieldy practice
of having to pass an Act each
time that a Vestry wishes to lease
land for more than a year.

The second Government
measure is a Resolution to sanc-
tion and confirm the rules

entitled the “Merchandise Marks
Rules 1949,” made by the Registrar
on April 1, 1950, under the provi-
sions of the Merchandise Marks
Act, 1949.

First item under Private Mem-
bers’ Business is a Bill tabled by
Mr. F. E. C. Bethell to vest a
parcel of land in St. John in the
Bishop of Barbados and the Rector
of St. John.

Mr. D. D. Garner is then ex-
pected to move the passing of an
address to the Governor asking
that £100,000 be appropriated
from the General Revenue for the
establishment of the Barbados
Development Co,

Nearby—But
Not Guilty

THEIR Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday con-
firmed a decision of Mr. H. A.
Talma, Police Magistrate of
District “A”, Mr. Talma had fined
Joseph Watson of Hopes Alley,
City, 15/- when he had found
him guilty of having gambled on
Conchs Alley on March 18,

Watson was charged along with
Brandford King and_ Clarie
Bourne of Culloden Road. King
and Bourne pleaded guilty, but
Watson who admitted being near-
hy at ‘the time of the arrests,



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FRANCIS WEBSTER of Church
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tenced to 14 days’ imprisonment
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when he was found guilty of
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with intent to commit an offence.

Webster was seen about 11.40
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OSCAR WORRELL of Ivy
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Barbarees Road, a highway, with
inefficient brakes on February 3.

Mr, A. J. H, Hanschell ordered
him to pay a fine of £3 in two
months or in default ong month's
imprisonment.

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The. motor vessel Moneka after |
an absence from the island of over |
six months, sailed to its berth in|
the Careenage yesterday morning. |

The Moneka with its sister sip!
Caribbee once made regular calls
bere. Aw least once every two I
weeks it was in port with passen-
gers and cargo chiefly comprising

{
)





Fresh for your
Pets!!

PURINA DOG CHOW
PURINA RABBIT CHOW

h. Jason Jones & Co., Lid.
Distributors.



fresh fruit and cabbages from |
Dominica. woe

Then it changed skippers, and
Captain Hutson, the new skip- |
per, began trading with Curacao
and Aruba,

The main purpose of the Mon
After |

HAPPY AGAIN I!

STOMACH PAINS GONE

after a Course of

L aa aae®
ar i
{

eka’s visit is an overhaul
a year of steady sailing, the bot- |
tom needs cleaning, and the ship |
minor repairs.

Three passengers who came up
with her from Curacao said that!
they enjoyed vheir trip up. The
weather was very fine, permitting
the vessel to cover vhe voyage
tron, Grenada here in one day



We also offer these :



RENALL PRODUCTS

COD LIVER OIL EMULSION

‘Potick’ Up By
End Of May

an Emulsion in palatable form.
Divers did not work on the Suitable for children and adults.
Potick yesterday COLD AND INFLUENZA MIXTURE
On Thursday las’ week, bits SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITES....
of sails were brought up and . as
spread out on the wharf. Yes-

terday, the same spot was coverea
with a pile of lumber.

The ballast of the Potick has no!
heen! tackled yet. Plans are afoot
for getting iv up before the end of
May.

PEASANTS’ LOAN |
|

KNIGHTS’ DRUG STORES

FOR REXALL PRODUCTS



BANK REMOVED

The Peasants’ Loan Bank has
been removed from the site near
the Children’s Goodwill Leagu:

Creche to the building formerly |
i



cecupied by the Department c!
Science and Agriculture

This is only a
arrangement until other accom-
modation can be found ; the Advo-
cate was informed yesierday.

CHECK THIS LIST NOW!

vemporary BOYS
BOYS’ % HOSE—Grey only............ @ $ .72 pair
BOYS’ SHIRTS
In stripes and plain colours @ 87c., $2.01, $2.42
and $2.92 each
@ 24c. and 36c. each



FLYING FISH SCARCE |l} poys: pron CAPS

or leave it” at five cents

DYED LINENS—In Navy, Royal, Brown, Reige, Pink,
Green, Gold, Peach and White @ 82¢., 94¢., and
97c, a Yd, 5

DYED TOBRALCO—in White Royal and Navy.

CHILDREN’S LACE SHOES

| In Black and Tan (Sizes 11-—1) @ $4.30 a pair



25 YEARS AGO
ADVOCATE, MAY 1, 1925
I believe that the death of Mr.
Washington Harper will be felt by
all as a loss to the community
Washington Harper, the enlighten-
ed City Father and Vestryman is

GIRLS’ LACE SHOES—(Sizes 2—5) @ $5.14 a pair

® PANAMA HATS @ $1.62, $1.79 and $1.82 each
well known to everyone, and there | | tf BERETS in Green, Beige, Brown Saxe, Red,
can be very few who have not |! Royal and Navy at $1.01 each.

come to recognise in him a man of {f sae $ hall i
also STATIONERY

conspicuous honesty of purpose,
with a touch of genius in Rulers, Quink, Pencils, Sharpeners, Holders, Golden

wide sympathies, and sound judg-
Platignum, Esterbrook and Waterman’s Fountain Pens.

HARRISCN'S

the direction of social life.
COG. Cat.










It's Quite

pa BROAD ST,
NATURAL i



everybody wants

GAS

vherever a clean fuel is needed,

WHY? |

| because it is best,

HE SMOKES

« DOBIES”

FOUR-SQUARE PIPE ~

TOBACCO.



... with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub









The name alone is your guarantee of Fine Fabrics.

We have -- -

PRINTED SPUN PIQUE

| Crease resisting 36” wide—per yd.

~~ HLA
PLAIN LIBERTY LINEN

Crease-resisting, in Shades of Green, Saxe, Dark Brown,

Light Grey, Rose, Beige, Aqua, Light Blue, Pale Pink,
36” wide—per Yd. He ate

Cave SHEPHERDS Co, Li.

10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET.

Tan and Cinamon,






PAGE SIx

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON



TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1950


















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} lrom these...
{ pe Bacon

1) Tins Sinskges, small
i \ a. ” » 12 o7.
v5) } el a Cuckiel Seusigen 1lb. tins
AS ay { ” ni an eese
LIS ! » Hams
DELICATE ay. ae *
| & Br Loose Raisins per Ib.
‘ } nit ae per Ib.
a ins eS
as @ moonbeam ie | i mn

» Tomato Juice
» Fruit Salad

1) STUART & SAMPSON

Headquarters for Best Rum.

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A VENTRILOQUIST ! ) lee
Y FRED

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8
Pkes. Wafer Corn Flakes ¥

Tins Peaches <
Pears

Palethorpe’s Stafford
Pork Sausages -

Palethorpe’s Oxford
Sausages

SOS




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World Rights Reserved

Palethorpe’s
Cambridge Sausages

» Pineapple Jam (2 Ib.)
» Marmalade Jam (2 tb.)
Marmalade Jam (2lb.)

Huntley & Palmer's
Biscuits—4 lines of
Assorted (1 tb)

Tins Custard Cream (2 Ib)
» Short Cake (1 Tb)
















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ree rire mise

om “FERGUSON FABRICS”

FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.
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\ BE WONDERFUL

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NOT |F 1 CAN



BAT MASKED MAN WILL
CATCH BLAZE, FOR SURE!




@ Listerine Antiseptic is
atrue friend inthe home,
always ready to render
first aid when an acci-
dent occurs. Never
be without this safe,
reliable antiseptic
that is so helpful in
guardiog against in-
fection, Listerine
Antiseptic is real
health protoctica—
keep a bottle in your
h home, slways!












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Sy
LShekdbe Gl dhe Wed Domine QZ
ALL TAKE THE PUG ~
63 THE MIDDLE, STIMRUPS. a /1'VE GOT Hib GUN, Ko.
Gy [GO FOR PROFILE -IN BUT IT'S JAMMED !
CASE HE'S GOT A GUN! SO HURRY UP WITH
PAUNCH IS EASY!,,.





Angle !!
Call in at

COLLINS Lid. 4" °

and select your Favourite Line

ig Ae
Dect Gracy ail

BEAUTY PREPARATIONS.





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es ENABLERS TOSS SOOT DSSS OOSTOSSE © So will you when you bake at home
baie ¢ with Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry
: ‘ se = : = “WO6o- “f MAGGIE MUGT HAVE BEEN MAGGIE - 1 NEVER KNEW you | WHY-VOU BiG CLOWN! | GI KEM ” “
Sone Berens ES, . SHE NOT ONLY. LEFT AG WERE SUCH A FINE COCK-THAT OUR NEIGHBOR NEXT } | N grocer’s every time you want to bake, ine :
STAYING FOR DINNER =f ME -BUT ALL. THIS FOOD Te | eee S Eben re W AS T ao br chu eta ‘ No more worries about yeast spoilacre 1. Sprinkle into lukewatm
EeRTa oo fF z SLIM GO'NG TO RCT TE ATE 4 IN iC : : ' water,
[seers < Pees Pe | ies oo Mont = ‘can T. a — BECAUSE HER ICEBOx | | INDIAN TONI } Fieischmann’s wonderful new granu) er Z
nN THE ICEBOX | ) | 'S BROKEN -WAIT Tit | | , yeast stays fresh for weeks. Gives vo: 2. Let stand 10 minutes:
; l Tae as | I GET My HANDS ON | | ) ‘ Sane , othe. ti ‘Its. G . Then stir. When dissolved,
3 2G YOu! = ——— An exceptional Tonic, containing: — ‘ “gh ate injoenek Sai vis ica ts.Get one package equals one com.
ope Malt Extract, Nux Vomica, Damiana ete. Inditated in ¢ Fleischmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast pressed yeast cake in a’
= % today—at yourgrocer’s! i ~
| he oe , y ay~at y ocer's recipe,
| \ Ma weakness, Loss of Energy, Muscular Debility, and all run b
a

down conditions where a Stimulating Tonie is desire
PRICE: 6/- A BOTTLE.

We have just received: —

ARRID DEODORANT

Price: 3/- A JAR



| Je Stays tesh without retiigeration

The





Obtainabdle at:—

Messrs Booker's bos) Drug Stores Ltd.

Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings.



BY ALEX RAY).OND

WHAT'S THE ~< YOU BETS AM! you BUNGLED

BIG IDEA, VENUS? \ THE WHOLE OZaL! Tf

ARE YOU RUNNIN’ ] LIKE A WINNER!
TION 127 oe

LOA ZO FF OLOSO LOI PIAS













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Hydraulic Tipping Gear

Precision built, and designed to minimise
strain on chassis, Telehoist Hydraulic Tip-
ping Gear can be fitted to almost any type of
short or long wheelbase vehicle. Speedy
tipping is controlled from the driver’s cab
and the body can be raised or lowered and
held at any intermediate Position.

All Telehoist equipment is guaranteed for
twelve months,







SUPDENEY, AT THE DON'T BE) (TOTHE DURUGU, O | |IF WEREFUSE THEIR 1
Nef q HW & RS AFRAID... GHOST WHO WALKG,| | APE IDOL WILL DEgTROY
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THRU THE DARK
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BRITISH

BERGOUGNAN
TYRES

PLANTATIONS LTD. -—Distributors



Ask far full det

ails fram the Sole Agents for Barbadas
DOWHING ESTATES AND TRADING Ca, Ltd.

| Hay Street.
DDD DDD LDPE |




TAY 2, 1950

CLASSIFIED ADS.





=———_—_



DIED

DOUGLAS-—-ERNESTINE LAVINiA,
her residence, “O-Cetta” Bay St. on
Sunday 30th April at 3.20 a.m. Her
body was interred the same afternoon
at Ch. Ch. Cemetery.

NELLIE DOUGLAS (daughter).
2.5.50—1n.

WATKINS—LOUISA. Funeral will leave
her late residence at Bath Village
Christ Church at 4.15 p.m. this after-



at







noon for St. Lawrence Church and } particulars
thence to Christ Church Cemetery et ee 28.4.50—t.f
erat are invited. reece vi}
Meta scod, Herbert Brathwaite, GRAN Go
Lilian Belgrave, Drucilla Griffith, | « ream eg ae oO eee ae oe id
Helen Forde (Children); Grace Pres- | jy.4.9 TY vert Ceres <
ang Bese eee (Grandchildren) on en
see ee
nidad Pa: }
pers please copy LITTLE HAMILTON—St. Lawrence on
sen. Unfurnished, 3. bedrooms ete. No
Apply to Miss Bayley, Marathon,
THANKS Lawrence, Dial 8144. 2.5.50—In
—_—_— |
We the undersigned beg to thank all | |ARGE COOL ROOM—$8.00 per month. |
our kind friends who sent Flowers, Cards,; Apply: Miss Shepherd, Sunny Side,
Letters or in any other way expressed | Black Rock 2.5.50—3n
a sympathy with us in our recent | --——————__
joss, MARKHAM—On the i
Mrs. Iris Watson, The Misses E. M. | furnished or ontusanenbde§ bapnoan
and 1D, Watson, Mr, & Mrs, Thorold} with all modern conveniences. Gas in-

Watson, Mr, &



8. F. F, C, Gill, Mi



& Mrs. Alan Watson, Mr. & Mrs
Ralph Watson, Mr. & Mrs. R, S
Fraser, Mr. & Mrs, S, Bennett, Mr

Robert Watson, Mr. & Mrs. ol

Watson, 2.5.50—I1n.

Venezuela, S.A., begs to thank most sin-
cerely all those kind friends who assisted
his sister Mrs. Eloise Hall of Goodland,
St. Michael, Barbados, during the recent
ill.ets and death of his father EMMAN-
JORDAN. Trinidad papers please

2.5.50—1n.

copy.



IN MEMORIAM
—_—_
In loving memory of our dear mother
and grandmother, FLORENCE MATILDA
RATHWAITE who departed this life on
the ist of May, 1948.
a years have passed since that
ay,
When one we loved was called away
God took her home, it was His will,
But in our hearts she liveth still,
Ethel Brathwaite (daughter),
Brathwaite (grand daughter).
2.5.50—I1n

sad

Eileen

IN loving memory of our dear be-
loved Father and Husband JONATHAN
ERT ORLANDO GIBBS who de-
parted this life on 2nd May, 1948
Saints departed ever thus
Hold Communion still with
Still with us beyond the veil
Praising, pleading without fail
THE GIBBS FAMILY
2,.5.50—In

us





FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR (X 997) Overland Whippet.
cently overhauled. Four new tyres.
reasonable offer refused. Phone Worme,
Messrs. T. Sydney Kinch Ltd.

2.5.50—2n.

CAR—Austin, six Cylinder, 14 H.P~
5 Seater, adjustable steering wheel, foot-
rest, suitcase fitted to luggage compart-











ment, 13,700 miles, owner driven,
2 spare 8. A-1 condition, offers to
=. H, Bynoe, Dial 2543.

29.4.50—In

CAR—Ford 10 h.p. rebored. Gears,
differential, battery, clutch. All new in
good working order. $400.00 or nearest
1. S. King, C/o Bradshaw & Co.,
Pelmetto St. 2.5,50—In.

CAR—1941 V-8 Ford Saloon, in excel-
lent condition. Courtesy Garage. Phone
4616. 2,5.60—2n





——s
CAR-—One Hillman 1948 Model Phone |



CAPT EDMUND LEON JORDAN of







FOR RENT

4OUSES

BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mai
road, Hastings, furnished from May ist
All comforts, English baths with heater:









showers, telephones, verandahs Tele
| Phone 2949 31.3 50—t.f.0
FLAT Upstairs flat with 3 bedrooms

"ning water in each, For further



stalled for cooking. Apply: Elise Court,
) Hastings. 28.4,50—t.f.n

—_—_—_———__
ORIENT. Upper Bay St. On-the-ser
Fully furnished, For particulars apply
“Belfield”. Next door. 2.5 50—1n





RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8 30
am. and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50-—6n





PUBLIC SALES





You are reminded of the Sale which
takes place to-day at the Customs
inning at 1. o'clock. Cases of
whisky, Rum, Gin,. and Cigarettes ar@
included, in the several items of inter-
est DARCY SCOTT Govt. Auctioneer
2.5.50—1n





REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW~—A substantial Wall Bun-
galow, Verandah on three sides, Draw-
11g Room combined, 3 bedrooms, kitchen-
ette, pantry, toilet and Bath. Water and
electrie services. Fruit and coconut
tees on approximately one acre of
land. Entrance in Marine Gardens Gap,
opposite Hotel Royal. Apply to Owner
on Premises from 4 p.m. to 5 P.m. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for
inspection, thereafter sealed offer in
Writing. 2.5.50—2n







LAND—% Acre or four, spots with
a Marl Hole, situated in Fairfield Land,
Tudor Bridge Gap, St. Michaei. Apply
#. Stuart on premises.. 2.5.50—In

LEIGHTON” Situate in Passage
standing



Road, St. Michael, on 6,870

square feet of land.

tine. gallery,” Gewing, ainthge aiding
ins ery, 5 ng, itting

and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,

W.C, and bath downstairs. 4 bed-

tooms (2 with running water) upstairs.

Inspection any day (except Sundays)
between 16 a.m. and 5 p.m.

The above will be set up for sale to
Public Competition at our Office in
Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
the Sth May 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors,

23.4.50—12n .

“ALCOTT"—Situate
Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236
Square Feet of land, with right of way
to Worthing Beach.

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

W. R. Tempro 2840 or 8224 Inspection on application to the tenant
a 30.4.50—t.f.n./ Mrs. Watkins every day (except
pina between the hours of 3 and

CAR: Pontiac Convertiable Coupe p.m.
occasional four Passenger in good order The above will be set up for sale at

Reasomble price for quick Sale. Phone |
3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—Tn

CAR—Morris’ 8 h.p. 4 door Sedan in
A. 1 Mechanical condition. Newly paipt-
ed. Fort Royal Garage.





, 2.5.50—6n.
ee
FORD ENGINE: One V-8 Ford engine
and radiator in good condition, axle,
drive shaft, ring-gear and pinion, and
other parts. Enquire Auto pte
. Trafalgar Street. Phone .

per - 28.4.50—t.f.n

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL Immersion Heaters
These will warm your water for shaving
in a jiffy. Drop in and see them.
John F. Hutson Limited

29,.4,50—3n





LIVESTOCK

PUPS,—Five Pure Bred Cocker Spaniel
Pups. Apply: Harold Weatherhead. Phone
2164 or 3144. 30.4.50.—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

IRON RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron
rail windows complete with shutters
Size 6ft x 4ft. Suitable for garage or
bond. Enquire Gardiner Austin's Build-
ing, opposite Plantations Ltd. Broad
Street or Phone 2696.







28.4.50-—t.f.n



EAR PLUGS—To keep out noise—just
insert them in your ears and al] noise
is obliterated—Most suitable for Resi-
dents of Hotels, Boarding Houses etc—

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES,
30.4.50—2n

—————$

FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson

incomparable Forest Green Sun Proot

White and colours, special

Pie distempers Paints $6.84 gin.

istemper $3.5) gin. They are Here.

A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

25.4.50—13n

Mendelssohn's Piano, good
condition. Inspection at the Medica!
Superintendent quarters, Genefal Hos-
pital. Dial 2308. F 2.5,60—2n.

PERFUMES — SCANDAL, MY SIN.
ARPEGE, MOMENT SUPREME, AMOUR

, SHANGHAI, All just receive
aah KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
20.4.50—2n



SAINTS—I.C.I. Special offer Gloss
Pai its. $3.45 per gallon. Come and get

’ ES & Co., Ltd
them, A. BARN se in thee

YARDLEYS — Bond Street Perfume,
Lavender Water, Cologne, April Voilet
Perfume, Lotus Cologne, Face ed

\ wder—All just received—
Tee en KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

30.4.50—2n







PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE

ARISH ST. PETER
Wantes by Ts ess ‘aw Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
capable of taking charge of Midwifery





““Salary $65.00 per month
fcants must present themselves
with Birth ‘te and credentials to

the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to

10 a.m.
Signed G. 8. CORBIN,
Clerk, 1a 22.4. 50—On.

OO

NOTICE nat 1 ie the
Is HEREBY a

intention of the Vestry of the Parish
of St. Andrew to be caused to be in-
troduced into the House of Assembly
of this Island a Bill to authorise the
Vestry to borrow a sum not exceeding
£1,000.0.0 for the of completing
the new roof on the Parish Couch ene
for providing equipment (Pews, vy
for the new chapel about to be built a
St. Simons, the loan to carry inperees
at the rate of 4% per annum and to 3
repaid by 20 equal annual co
out of the rates of the soINNER,

Vestry Clerk,
St. Andrew
2.5.50—n





public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street cn Friday the 5th of May 1950 at

2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
28.4.50—Tn.

“CASVILLE", Navy Gardens Ch. Ch.
Three bedroom bungalow standing on
8,241 sq. feet land. Can be seen at any
time by appointment. Apply C. A. Peirce,
Phone 3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—Tn,





All THAT certain messuage or store
known as No. 46 Roebuck Street stand-
ing on 2788 sq. it. of land, The
building has been recently remodelled
and renoVated. Inspection on applica-
tion to the undersigned.

The property will be set up for sale
by public competition at our office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
12th May 1950, at 2 p.m.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors.

29.4 50—12n

SES
BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
newly constructed. Three Bedrooms
running water. All modern convenien-
ces. Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4p.m.
27,4.50—6n

The undersigned will offer for sale to
public competition at their office James
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 12th
May 1950, at 2 p.m. 1 acre 2 roods 6 2/5
perches of land at Maxwell, near Top
Rock, Christ Church. This land which
is on the public road has a frontawe o
168 feet, and faces the bungalow recently
built by Mr, M. lL. Hatrison.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
Solicitors,
James Street.





27.4.50—8n.





PERSONAL





THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife
LEOTTA BARKER (nee JORDAN) as
I do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless “by a written
order signed by me.

Sgd. CHARLES CLEMENT BARKER,



(nee
BRATHWAITE) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me.
Sed. CARLTON C. BAYLEY,
Mill Yard, Brittons Hill.
St. Michael
2.5.50—2n

THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife ELSIE
EILEEN THOMPSON (nee Hinkson) as
1 do not hold myself responsible for her
or amtyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me

Sed. WALTER THOMPSON,
Content,
St Thomas
2,5. 590—2n





THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wife CLOS-
3 (nee Mason) as I do

order signed by me.
Sgd. RAWLE C. BATSON,
Industry Hall,
St. Philip.
‘ 2.5.50—2h.





LOST & FOUND
LOST

Tinder please return same to Laurie
White of My Lords Hill, Licorish Village.









BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

BABARDOS FANCY MOLASSES PRODUCTION AND EXPORT
ACTS 1937 AND 1939





Uncer the above Acts, the Fancy Molasses Control and Marketing
Board has allocated the following amounts of Fancy Molasses to
{be manufactured for the purpose of export by the plaritations and
factories named. These allocations are subject to approvai by the
Governor-in-Executive Committee at the expiration of seven days
from the date of this publication:—



Name of Plantation or Factory Wine Gallons
Belle and Waterford ......2..6....... 685,000
Clift Wshienede tive pues ‘ APES * ery arae 336,300
POT MRD ov c's c Caeie ae Wain ba Mlele seamen 368,000
ME ec Li tates kn cA eda abiveas shane tags 388,000
WON I enc huge Maree ees cll eee bab dale 181,000
Gibbons and Ealing Grove 423,500
PO ba er Hin 9 goers hae sa Sk ak eG Ome) od 272,000
Ts ia eek eae ys Goes Saeed sede ee eee 526,732

| DOOUROTD 88 Ses Keatanes ed pies Slee 213,900
PI a eit at th cere ee Maa ee ora 4 466,000
PR + nace ive bel ae ea 4 SeRGaD Meek Retr eOs 183,625

\.P. Factories
WROHR 5 ELE Reece 917,449
PORNO Ce ae re Raa eu ae gi Se 50,000
a eA ae EO ie Sn ee Sah ree MII, CRAM LO 149,089
TT THM GS nls va pee ba tee vee s Ve chk eee eMeG 200,000

Total 5,360,595

POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS

Air Mails for the United States are closed at 9.00 A.M. on Satur-
days and not P.M. which is a printer’s error in the Post Office Notice
of 18th April. Mails are also closed for the United States at 11.45
4.M. on Mondays and 2.00 P.M. on Wednesdays.

Letters for CANADA for despateh on Tuesdays must be routed

via Trinidad and the higher rate of postage affixed, namely 30 cents
per % oz.





OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of thir claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
depriveu of all claims on or against the said property.
Plaintiffs’ CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS,
SYDNEY JOHN ALBERT WILLIAMS and
HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS all acting herein by Dave Arrindell
Banfield one of their ‘constituted attorneys
Defendant: ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in Baxters Road in
the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados containing by ad-
measurement twenty five hundred and eighty six sovare feet or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands of one Millicent Knight,
St. Mary's Girls’ School on lands of one Cummins on Mason Hall
Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Road or however else
the same may abut and bound together with the dwelling house
thereon erected and all and singular other the buildings and erections
on the the said parcel of land erected and built standing and being
with the appurtenances and (2) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Cheapside in the City of Bridgetown and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasurement nineteen hundred and
ninety four square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of J. E. Mason, Louis Bert, on lands of the Parochial
Building on lands now or late of F. N. Hall and on the public road
called Cheapside Road or however else the same may abut and bound
together with the messuage or dwelling house thereon and all and
Singular other the buildings and erections on the said parcel of Jand
erected and built standing and being with the appurtenances,
Bill filed: 25th March, 1950.
Dated 27th April, 1950,



BARBADOS



H. WILLIAMS,
* Regtstrar-in-Chancery,



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
In the Assistant Court of Appeal
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS—Plaintift
CLARENCE BURTON KING—Defendant

In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 27th
day of April 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or inter-
est in or any lien or incumbrance.

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at King George Road aforesaid in
the said parish of Saint Michael and
urement Twenty one perches and one
half of a perch be the same more or less
(inclusive of one pereh and one half of

FOR SALE

TWO
ATTRACTIVE
BEACH BUILDING
SITES

@ perch contained in the Public Road :
hereinafter mentioned: butting and AT
bounding on lands of one Bretton de-

ceased, on lands of Caroline Oxley, on
lands of Miss Martin and on the Public
Road called King George Road herein-
after mentioned or however else the
same may butt and bound to bring before
me an account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and vouchers,
to be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown,
before the 12th day of July 1950, in order
that such claims may be ranked accord-
ing to the nature and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefit of the said
Decree, and be deprived of all claim on
or against the sald property

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 12th day of July 1950, at 10
o’cclock a.m. when their said claims will
be _ ranked,

Given under my hand this 27th day of

April, 1950,
I V_ GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal
2.5.50-—3n

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS,
In the Assistant Court of Appeal.
(Equitable Jurisdiction).

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS—Plaintiff
|; CLARENCE BURTON KING—Defendant

Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 27th day of April 1950
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
foun on Friday the 14th day of July

GIBBS BEACH

ST, PETER

PRICE:

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AND
$6,000

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All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at King George Road aforesaid in
the said parish of Saint Michael and
island aforesaid containing by adiieas-
urement Twenty one perches and one half
of a perch be the same more or less (in-
citsive of one perch and one half of a
perch contained in the Public Road here-
inafter mentioned) butting and bounding
on lands of one Bretton deceased, on!
lands of Caroline Oxley, on lands of Miss
Martin and on the Public Road called |
King George Road hereinafter mentioned
or however else the same may butt and
bound and if not then sold the said prop-
erty will be set up for sale on every suc-
ceeding Friday between the same hours
until the same is sold for a sum not less
than £208. 6. 8.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1950,
I V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
2.5.50-—3n.

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| OFFICIAL NOTICE

| BARBADOS
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
















“ARGYLE” together with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
belonging situate at Wellington Street in toe City of Bridgetown and
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1789 square feet
be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands
of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a piace cailed
“Bedford Cot" the property of the said Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons
on the North and East on oth er lands of the sat place called “Bedford
Cot” ahd on the South on Wellington Street oforesaid, or however
else the same may butt and bound together wits all other buildings
on the said lane erected and built standing and be'ng with the appur-
tenances, belonging to the defendants

Bill filed Ist March 1950.
Dated 29th March, 1950.

o H. WILLIAMS,
44. 4n

Registrar-in-Chancery.





OFFICIAL NOTICE |

BARBADOS IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock im the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 3ist day of May 1950 in order thet such clairng may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectivediy,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and
deprived of all claims on or against the said property,

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON



PLAINTIFF

DEFENDANT
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formeriy part of the
lands of Ventnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of
Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre
thirty two and one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one
quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but
is now a public road) Butting and bounding towards the North on
lands of Claphany Plantation towards the East on lands now or late
of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and

seen es SSS

F, D. Barnes but now of Gordo Nicholis, J. E, Marson, and Mrs,
D. lL, Bynoe ‘and on lands of the said W. T. and F. D. Barnes and
on the South on the public read or however else the same may

butt and bound betonging to the defendant,

Bill filed 1st March, 1950,
Dated 29th March, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery





21.3.50—4n

OFFICIAL NOTICE

eee IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all

persons havine or claimine any estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the proper of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
deprived of all claims on or against the said property

Plaintiff: MARJORIE LEOTTA HUSKINSON; qualified actiny exec
will of Nathaniel Eversley deed.

JOSHUA ISADORE DAEZA

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of a larger
parcel of land containing by estimation Five Acres or thereabouts
which was part of a larger area containing by admeasurement Eight
Acres or thereabouts originally part of the lands of Worthing View
Plantation) situate in the parish of Christ Chureh and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement Three Acres, Two Roods or thereabouts
abutting and bounding on lands of the Estate of Nathaniel Eversley
deceased being the remainder of the said Five Acres above mentioned
dis of » Rockley Golf and Country Club on lands of C, E
lands ef Dr. J. I. Baeza on lands of the Estate of



trix of the



Defendant:
PROPERTY




South Easterly corner of the said parcel of land leading to the Public
Road or however else the same may abut and bound,
Bill filed: 3rd ya eee

Peet Ory ees H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY "

the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give Getic we all
ersons having or claiming any right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in oF affec ine the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12
noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public. Bulldings,
Bridgetown before the 80th day of June, 195@ in order that such claims may be
eported on and fanked aceord'ne to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
itherwise such persons will be preeluded from the benefits of any decree and be
eprived of all claims on or against the said property,





BARBADOS.
IN PURSUANCE of











Plaintiff: REYNOLD ST, Cl fet pi
: OLIVER ST, CLAIR DO"
mopeay ALL, THAT certain pie or pares! of land situate at Codrington Hill
in the parish of St ael and Island of Barbados aforesaid con-
taining by admeasuremenf one acre fifteen and a half perches abutting
and pounding on lands of the Estate of Sarah Brewster, on lands late
of S. E. Small but now of one Headley on the Public Road and on a
road. in common 16 feet wide or however else the same may abut ard
bound together with the messuage or dwelling house and all and
Singular other the buildings and rections thereon ereeted and built
standing and bein: with the appurtenances (ne pronertyof the
Defendant
Bill filed: 18t> March, i
e p pril, 1950
Dated the 26tn April, | i. wrists,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
On Saturday, 23rd April, at

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Y.M.P.C. grounds Modern High
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On Saturday, 30th April, at
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The following represented
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IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafter me ed (the property of the Defendants)
to bring before me an account of their . with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesd Friday between the h urs of
i2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Bu, ‘dings,
Bridgetown before the 2nd day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked accordins to the ure and priority thereof respectively
otherwise such persons will be preciuded from the benefits of any decree and be}
deprived of all claims on or against the said property

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
DEFENDANTS: THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS
and
WINSTON THOMAS JAMES
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelliig house called or known as





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PAGE EIGHT

Harbour Log

IN CARLISLE BAY

IN PORT; Sch. Alexandtina R, Yacht
Tern Ili, Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch
Adalina, Sch. Everdene, Sch Emanuel
Gordon, Sch. Emeline, Sch. Lady Noeleen
Sch. Moliy N. Jones, Sch. Henry D. Wal
Jace, Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady
Zoileen, Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch.
Freedom Fleary, Sch, Zita Wonita, Sch.
Eastern Eel, Sch. Mermaid C,, Sch
Emeralda, Sch. E, M, Tannis.

ARRIVALS

M.V. Moneka, 100 tons nét, Capt. Hut-
son, from Grenada.

Schooner D’Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt
Gooding, from British Guiana.

Schooner Sea Queen, 10 tons net, Capt.



mn,
$.S. Interpreter, 4,025 tons net, Capt
Coates, from Liverpool.

S.S. Lake Canim, 4,294 tons net, Capt.
Wright, from Saecn.
A

‘ Ss
§.S. Johilla, 2,389 tons net, Capt. Vivian,
for Li 1

Schooner Burma D.,
King, for Trinidad.

Schooner Mary E. Caroline, 54 tons net,
t. poees for Dominica.
chooner Princess Louise, 34 tons
Gapt. Mitchell, for St. Lucia.

S.5. Sea Breeze, 4,380 tons net, Capt.
Eide, for New Brunswick.

8.8. een Ann, 5,019 tone net, Capt
MeDonald, fe St. Kitts

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS
COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station.

. 8S. Johilla, S.S. Alcoa
S.S. Loide Nicahagua, S.S.

Owyhee, S.S. Queen Anne, $.8. Sunwhit,

S.S. Benny, $.S. Corfu Island, $.S. Nor-

den, S.S. Agamemnon, S.S. Golfito, 5.S.

Silveroak, S.S. Colliroy, S.S. Nidardal,

S.S. Rangitiki, S.S. Raban, S.S. Castle-

woods, S.S. Misr, 8.8. Queen of Bermuda,

.S. Queen Elizabeth, S.S. Monte Espa-

dan, S.S. Brazil, S.S. Alcoa Polaris, S.S

» SS. Bonaire, S,S, Ciudad Trujillo,

S.S. Athelduke, S.S. Ile De Re, S.S. Bos-
- koop, S.S. Norfolk, S.S. Alcoa Puritan,

SS, Igor, S.S. Angola, SS. N. O.

Senas, S.S. Paludina, S.S. Sun Jewel, S.S.

Hermann Fritzen, S.S. Del Sud, SS

aperice. S.S. Rufina, S.S._ Polytrader,

5. Chemawa, S.S. World Trotter, S.S
eric G, Fassia, SS. San Silvestre,

S.8. Mormaclark, §.S. Lady Nelson.

59 tons net, Capt

net,



Arriving on Saturday by T.C.A. from
Montreal: —

Miss Josephine Clark, Mr. Peter Far-
mer, Dr. William Garner, Mr. & Mrs.
F, M. McGregor, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth
Froud, Mr. & Mrs. John Maxwell, Miss
Pamela, Miss Jane Maxwell, Mr. & Mrs
Jack Gallop, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Gagnor
Mrs. Mildred Wilson.

Arriving on Saturday by T.C.A. from
Bermuda: —

Mr. 8) Mrs. Clifford Roy, Mr. & Mrs.
Gilbert Minorgan.

Leaving for Toronto b

Mr. & Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Saunders.

Leaving for Bermuda by T.C.A.

Mr. Walter Davidson, Mr. Charles
Markham, Miss Mary Markham, Miss!
Doris Markham, Mr. & Mrs. Norman!
Fair, Mr. John McKenzie, Miss Isabel
Harrison, Mics Sheila Harrison, Mi

farrison, My. Patrick Labrie,
. C. 8S. Maffei.

For Trinidad:

T.C.A.

+a Ian Summer, Mr. Randolph Gil-}
bert. 1

ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L.
“From Trinidad:
Pamela Weekes, Aubrey Chase, Ega

J. O'Dowd, Vida Durity, Charles Durity *
Pat Sheppard, Kenneth’

Malcolm Jones,
Sheppard, Alma Griffith, Kenneth Jones,
Mr. A. Penner, Jean Alicroft, Pamels
Alicroft, Muriel Ramseran, Marry Dav-
les, Octavia Robinson, Evelyn Hackett
Lynda Hackett, John Corbin, Mary Cor-
bin, Raymond Dilworth, Robert Attwooll
Dorot Blackman, Dore Rameheran,
Allan wrence, Florence Thorpe, Wil-
liam Thory@, Margaret McKinnon, Vicki
Taurel, Delford Roach, William Knowles
Florence Knowles, Alice Whenell, Grace
Andrews, Gail Andrews, Arthur An-
drews, Valence Gale, David Western,
Zolia Ramirez, Allan Jones, Alfred Mac-
kie, Sally Mackie, Brian Mackie, Beu-
e Mackie, Anthony

Ronald McLeod, Mr. 4







Empire

To Take Second Place
In First Division Line-up

EMPIRE outplayed Everton

in their first division football

fixture at Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the game

by 4 goals to one before a large crowd.
All the goals were scored during the second half hour
en _ \ .

of play.

Empire brought in Barrow and
Wood in their line-up, while Rob-
inson was seen to good advantage
in the role of goalkeeper,

For Empire, Barrow headed in
an accurate corner by Harper to
open the score while Wood sent
in two and Drayton the other.

Reece, the Everton half-back,
scored the lone goal for his team.

Empire who defended the goal
from the screen end were first on
the offensive, and within five min-
utes of play, they were awarded
a penalty for foul play by the
Everton full back Robinson. Bar-
row, who took the shot, kicked
straight to goalkeeper Reece, who
had no difficulty in saving.

The Everton front line soon got
moving and bore down on their
opponents. They were, however,
given two corners, one from each
side, but without result,

Empire now took over and kept
the ball in their opponents’ area
for some time but failed to get
past their defence.

Over The Bar

Shortly afterwards, White, the
Everton outside left, after receiv-
ing from his half back, raced down
the field ang sent in a good effort
which goalkeeper Robinson push-
ed over the bar.

Everton kept on, pressing .and
Robinson at this stage was called
upon to do some work between the
uprights.

The Empire forwards now took
over and bombarded the Everton
goal, On one occasion, Barrow
hit the upright with one when
goalkeeper Reece was out of posi-
tion; and at another time Smith,
the Empire centre-half, sent in a
hard one which missed the cross
bar by inches.

The interval was taken shortly
afterwards without any scoring.

On resumption, Everton attack-
ed the Empire goal and forced
their opponents to concede a cor-
ner, but without result.

Immediately afterwards, ‘the
Empire forwards made a raid and
from an accurate corner kick by
Yarper from the left side, Barrow
‘eaded into the goal to open the
coring.

Empire again made another raid
hut this time the Everton defence
got into their way.

Empire’s Second
No sooner was the ball out of

1 the Everton goal area than it was

back again,
ood sent
Empire.

Everton now took over and
White onthe left wing sent in a
hard one but Robinson was all
there.

Everton tried to decrease this
lead and were playing with their
full backs down the field, but in
spite of this, they failed to pene-
trate the Empire defence.

The Empire forwards on the
other hand were still looking for
goals and Wood, their centre for-
ward, took a food shot from the

and {rom a melee
in the second for

Jackson Defeats
Dutchman

LONDON, May 1.

Van Dam, Dutch Miaaiewegnt
Champion, was beaten on poitits
over ten rounds by bull Jackson,
coloured Jamaican, at tne Empress
all, here tonight, in a tignt in
which Jackson's long straight iefts
was the dominating tractor,

Van Dam could not tmd the
answer to the tall slenderly built
Jamaivan’s long jabbing straight
left, delivered with the advantage
ot a remarkable reach of #2 incnes.

The Dutchman, too, was under
the disadvantage of having cuts
near both his eyes in the first
round.

In the fourth round, Van Dam
began to warm up, and scored
well with lefts and rights to the
head and bedy but he couli do
little at close quarters where Jack-
son covered up well.

Jackson relied mainly on _ his
left, making little use of his right,
except to score occasionally with
a good hook to the body on the
counter,

Van Dam, who was spoken to
for holding in the seventh round,
attacked fiercely in the last two
rounds.

Going in with both hands swing-
ing he caught Jackson with several
good punches and seeméd to Nave
the Jamaican
He could not wipe out Jackson's
lead on points over the earlier
rounds, however,

The decision in favour of Jack-
son did not meet with the approval
of « section of the crowd, who
evidently thought Van Dam should
have got the verdict through his
aggression towards the end of the
fight. —Reuter.

RUGBY RESULTS
LONDON, April 30.

Results of Rugby Union games
played on Saturday: Aberayon 8,
Lianelly 6; Abertillery 10, Bridg-
end 0; Barnstaple 6, Penzance and
Newlyn 3; Birmingham 3, New-
bridge 13; Bridgewater and Albion
5, Pontypridd 14; Bristol 5, Co-
ventry a Ebb Vale 6, Gross Keys
3; Gloucester 6, Devonwort Ser-
vices 7, Hartlepool Rovers 10,
Rfoakside 14, Neath 6; Mesteg 6,
tie, Newport 24, Penarth 0; Ply-
mouth Albion 8, Swansea 0; Ponty-
pool 3, Cardiff 8; Taunton 0; Ex-
mouth 3,
Cheltenham 12.
RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPION-

SHIP (Semi-Finals)

Huddersfield 9, Swinton 0; Wigan
5, Halifax 5; (tie, replay May 3 at
Halifax).

League Matches — White-
haven 5, Oldham 3; York 9, Dews-
bury 24.—(C.P.)

ITALIANS WIN

Torquay Athletic 0; ;

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



IN YACHT CLUB
REGATTA

“Rascal”, owned and skippered
by George Stoute, scored her first
victory for the season when she
defeated all other ‘B’ class yachts
at the Seventh Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. sailed at Carlisle Bay or!
Saturday. At previous Regattas
“Raseal” gained two second posi-
tions and was once third.

The boats sailed a south-about
cace in a medium but variable
breeze. The sea was fairly calm
and no accidents occurred.

Coming second in the ‘B’ Class
was Teddy WHoad’s “Fantasy”,
which he himself skippered. Al-
though “Fantasy” started off the
season without any exceptionally
zood werformances. she is now
picking un form apd already has
two wins to her credit,

Third in the ‘B’ C'ass was Mrs.
John Chandler’s “Q:ar", skip-
pered by Carol Burke. On previ-
ous occasions the “Okan” gs sore
two seconds but has not vet
scored a win.

The “C” Class race was taken
by “Rogue”, owned and skippered
by Gerald Nicholls. So far the
Royue has now scored three wins
and was once third.

Father Hopkins’ “Hi Ho”, which
it was thought would not be sail-
ing this season, came _ second,
while third position went to
“Peggy Nan”, owned by W. Alston
of Trinidad.

Twelve boats

once third while third was
“Dawn”, owned and skippered by
Arthur Evelyn.

“Peter Pan”, owned and skip-
pered by Eric Raison, carried off
“D” Class honours for the second
time this season. Coming second
was R. D. Murphy’s “Van Thorn-
dyke” and third was Olive Blos-
som’, owned and skippered by
Winston Hassell.

The results are:

‘B’ Class: 1. Rascal. 2. Fantasy.
3. Okapi.

‘C’ Classs 1. Rogue. 2. Hi Ho.
3. Peggy Nan.

Intermediate Class: 1. Skippy.
2. Invader, 3. Dawn.

‘D' Class: 1. Peter Pan, 2. Van
Thorndyke. 3. Olive Blossom.

B.B.C. Radio Programme.

TUBSDAY, MAÂ¥ 2, 1950

7 am, The News. 7.10 am. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Symphony of Strings,
7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking. 8 a.m. From
the Editorials, 8.10 aii. Programme Pa-
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a.m. Close Down, 12 Noon



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Piano for Pleasure, 12.36

Choice. 1 p.m. On the

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Pe. Radio Theatre, 3.45 p.m. Small
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7.10 p.m. News Analysis. 7.15 p.m. W
ward Ho, 7.45 p.m. Letter from Lon

8 Fr ttc Newsreel, 8.15



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Tiieiannine Everton ‘Rascal’ Scores Connell Leads|7
First Victory In Rifle Shoot TO-DAY

Lt.-Col. J, Connell ended up
with the highest figure, 143 out of
4 possible 150 points when mem-
bers of the B.R_A., fired 10 rounds
at each of the three distances 300,
500 and 600 yards at the Govern-
ment Rifle Range on Saturday.

Lt.-Col. J. Connell reached 49
out of 50 points at the 500 yards,
and 48 out.of 50 at the 600 yards

Lt. C. E, Neblett, who gained
second position in points with 140,
reached 48 at the 600 yards.

During the practice, the light
was changing and the wind fish-
tailing.

Yesterday’s practice was the
last before jhe qualifying shoot for
the Frontenac Trophy which takes
place on May 6.

hollowing are the eight best
cores:






Lt.-Col, J. Connell 143
i. ©. B. Nebiett 140
T. G. Me Kinstry 139

" T_A. L. Roberts 136
Capt. J. R. Jordan 135
Capt. C. R. EB. Warner 134
Mr. W. A. Richardgon 134
Capt. S. Wéatherhead 133




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Wilson . cate and the Everton front line then in one of the most difficult con- COLLECTION
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From La Guaira;

Paul Hesse, Nora Hesse, Enrique Kern,
Liana Cavalieros, Antonio Santaella,
Amalia Santaella, Helen Nagy, Albert
Wagner, Isidor Eder, John Mummery

From Antigua:

Rev. D. Moore, Mary Coombe, Ceeilin
Cow, Pierson Archer, Harry McKniff

m San ae i

James C.. Hotchkiss,

From St. Kitts:

Mr. C.. Seale

DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A.L

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Mr. John Pereria, Mr, Clarence In-
niss, Mrs. Marjorie Inniss, Mrs. Joan
Maw, Mr, Rufus Field, Mrs. Ereta
Field, Mstre Richard Field, Mr. William
Yearwood, Mr. Thomas Burnett, Miss
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Barbara Bwagwangsingh, Mrs Sibyl
Jackman, Mr. Kenneth Brathwaite, Mr
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Szunyogh, Mr Aaron Kar, Miss Gwen
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Miss Evelyn Shing, Cmdr Charles Hay-
ward, Mrs. Muriel Carmichael, Mr. John
Carmichael, Mr. Maurice Watson, Mrs.
Elaine Leverock, Mr. Darrell Leverock.
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Rev. Raymond Warner, Mr. Herbert
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Capt. Henry Balsley, Miss Alice Per-
Mr. Albert Hughes, Mrs, Hazel
Hughes, Miss Megan Hughes.

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Rev. Alfred Browne, Mrs. Enid Nicol,
Mr. James Nicol, Mr, Jack Foster,

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made a raid; Cox, their inside left,

sent in a grounder from close
range, which was stopped by
Robinson.

Everton again attacked and this
time they were successful when
C, Reece headed in from a free

kick.

Encouraged by their success,
Everton now fought for the equa-
liser but soon found themselves:
further. down when Wood scored
into an open goal with Reece well
down the field.

Matter of Minutes

It was only a matter of minutes
afterwards that Empire made an-
other attack, and| Drayton beat
Reece with a good shot to register
the fourth for his team.

The game then ended with Em-
pire winners by four goals to one,

The referee} was Mr, D. W'
Sayers, while the linesmen were
Mr. Paul Wilkins and Mr. O. $.
Coppin.

Empire: Robinson, Bynoe, Grant,
Symmends, Smith, Alleyne, Bar~
row, Dra;'ton, Wood. Taylor, Har-

per.
Everton: Reece, Robinson, Cul-

pepper, = Reece, S. Culpepper,
set Oltoh, Blades, Conliffe, Cox,
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’ ,
Today’s Fixture
Berwick vs. Colts at Shell
Referee Mr. J. Archer,
Advocate vs, Tambrose at St.
ards,
Referee Mr. C. Jemmott.
Penrode vs. National at the Bay.
Referee Mr. E. Reece.

Leon-



Time
HERE WE GO AGAIN“ THAT
GUY CHANGES THINGS
AROUND HERE FASTER
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Y HIS TITLE IS ORGANIZATION
g@ PLANNER-WHATEVER THAT

tests of the Italian international
horse show here today—the six
obstacle, event. Lieutenany' _Inzoa
was the only rider to clear the
1.80 métres hurdle which was the
highest jump of the six closely
placed obstacles. He won' on Eleto
and was placed second on Brando,

—Reuter

France, Portugal Line
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LONDON, May 1.
France and Portugal were
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Temperature (Max) 87.5° F.

Temperature (Min.) 74.0° F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
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IMC.i I in H BARBADOS ADVOCATE n mi.vv MAI -'. ISVI BARBADOS fi| ADVtMTE *.,.—, *., — f .—., ••" %  • % %  SB. W S.S*. UM O >kl. %  MM •*%  U Ss M hsei if l...\ 2. 193(1 Accusing Finger Shadow BEHI'ND a screen of secrecy negotiations have been proceeding to decide the future of oil in Barbados. The services of Mr. Tanner, a Onncdian Oil Expert were obtained free of charge ana it was felt that the island was indeed on dw vere of exploiting its oil potential. Elgh; days ago the representatives of Trinidad Leaseholds walked out of the negotiations but the Government has mad \o announcement on the matter in spi! t of the fact that a spate of rumoui has been circulating. When the development of oil became a possibility it was assumed that the British Union Oil Company with their associates would be granted the licence to drill. It was almost entirely due to the labours of experts employed by the B.U.O.C. that it was realised that Barbados may be a lucrative source of oil It is more than imperative that the drilling for oil in Barbados be carefully regulated so that the impact of oil drilling on the island's economy be as limited as possible. If two or more companies were t^ drill in Barbados the effect would not be beneficial to the colony. Competition in wages, disruption of the Sugar Industry and general spoliation of the island must be avoided at all costs. There is no doubt that the moral claims ol B.U.O.C. and their associate company are unanswerable Trinidad Leaseholds is a British Company with long experience of West Indian labour, If QM lact that the Leaseholds representatives have walked out of the discussions reflects the view that there is some insurmountable obstacle to agreement the people of Barbados should know what it is that has caused difficulty in retelling agreement. The iawee Involved in thin matter are of vital importance not only to Barbados but to the Commonwealth and some preference should be given to a British Company if their requests are at all reasonable. The semi-political discu-siuns that have been taking place with only representatives of Barbados present do not take sufficient cognisance of the importance of the matter with which they are dealing. Oil is not the answer to all the problems of Barbados. Indeed there are many who arc very anxious about the results of drilling in an island as small as this. The Sugar Industry will be the mainstay of Barbados long after oil will have been exhausted, the beauty of the island will be an everlasting attraction to visitors to these shores and the establishment of secondary industries will do more than anything else to relieve the problem of unemployment in Barbados. This is not to say that if oil is present in large quantities drilling should not take place. But the activities of the oil company should be regulated with a view to safeguarding the long term interests of the island. The island is grateful for the advice glvtO by Mr. Tanner but it is often difficult for a person accustomed to thinking in terms of a big country to deal with the especial problems of a small place. Mr. Tanner's recommendations must always be carefully scrutinised to see whether they recognise local peculiarities and do not merely reflect the practice in larger countries but which may be inapplicable to Barbados. Above all the public should be kept informed of developments and not be allowed to garner the news from rumour which may be incorrect in important respects. The Go\ eminent should lose no time in Issuing u statement on the negotiations. HIS KXlbU-KJCY'S >|Tch at vofidury industry. If we cannot the re-opening ... the Legl |f, Snnlaliii gel the machinery for is peiiiNiM, the most ramarkabl.* off seemdary industry. then ,ri raostn limes of any (jovernni followed their economic develon>t ug irvrv in p'-nlation indu*lu-ing his regime in this Colony, mat, not preceded It. It Is all trie, in Brit -h Honduras; tractor* tis appreciation of condition?, hi* vary well to pander to the tastincan d other agricu. ural mill In TJ neceslive snobbery of a community by nre at any r. te easier to obtain pretending to teach Spanish In than induslna machinery, elementary schools, but with the ; have wrltb i so far as if these prevailing circumstances outs dc projects must i • run by Governthese schools, this guarantee-, m .„t I don't i that they must __ frustration The present Adminii,*. Government iBSBtred, Thi< 1 populariy accepted as being in the nation confronts the laegislalurf* tee is also His I xcellency's view best English Conservative tradiwith repeated resoluUons for the when In a s artling proposal 'in. depends on the local expenditure of huge sums of (startling to ihe Government knowledge of the best English money for any Issue except the Party) he acce, *H i principle a tradition. which abolition of unemployment. When policy of Government sponsored spect is slight it comes to that their maximum Joans to private enterprise. Shades be seventy thousana Q f N.. on Street; how could he! At least one Administrator refuses nprchensive grasp of the .-ry fundamentals, his mm. tal analyst* af the nnancal and atomic measures essential to ihe progress of the Colony, is. by popular consent, imprevuve Whether his speech will be ledge I It Is significant that the speech seems pointedly avoided any specl'lc dollars political comment, and this, whe.i rumours of Ministerial Status are >o prevalent in Party circles. Jn a welcome contrast to the known policy of the party in power. His Excelle.icv leave* no Firstly doubt as to w-hat in his opinion Barbad The present project at Scawetl is not considered In the writers' opinion a project for the unemployed; and for two reasons Puerto negligible number of lo lhc SQUar are employed in relaot ourBi nas to be ideologically Isolated by his principal legislative advisers Bravo, Governor Hlco. wnose population lie Is only half that ... ...mured an industiial hould have priority in Barbados, tion to the massive expenditure.— development ot Canbbean, if not i have found that the determlnsas an un< mployment project thii Hemispheric importance This HOT uf prlorttaM is a most dlfflWOald bs exactly the reverse remarkable development haa been cult problem, but there is one Secondly, our expenditure of hug* entirely <;<.\. mment inspired priority which I suggest is lnessums should never be utlrzcd fot Munoz Mann, now Governor, one capable. That I* to ensure that temporary employment That type t j m ,. political leader, socialist economic development—the develof expenditure may suit countries p ,„bably, but where Puerto Rico opment of production — Is given where huge unemployment numis concerned, realist primarily, will its proper place at the head of bers recur with the economic trade ,„, d own ln history as the greatest "he queue, for without fulfilment cycle of "depression proportions. Caribbean Statesman of the cenof Its purpose gmta* community where a subtury He gave every conceivublt national wealth, there can be little stantlal proportion of the employconcets i on i 0 invite industry into hope of substantial development of able are permanently out of work. n(s country" *•* Puerto Rico has trie s.-ial :-ivic BBd ii.iili. Kv:v per.i.'. % %  '.. I'll-" I '" %  ,.,,. ,,-.-,.( | .. hlev.rr.f ,• slandard of living which 'his compound "we can afford to borrow. t haa i UBt announced its intentior. should have priority In schemes (urther to canvass labour for Its of productive employment where p^^ on y,,. farms and p i anU ,. idltmns obtain ^Permanent Uon of he Un(frd stiltw( j^,,^ unity seeks In this paper on Sunday last, was Editorial to which that quotajobs. A minimum of' £100,0M lion from His Excellency's speech from revenue should be annually may now be considered complementary. It dealt with ui.employment, and Its concluding paragraph began with these words. "Time Is running out. Action cannot be postponed" That summarises In earmarked" for putting the unemployed to work ily half the popuot Barbados to the And theirs ii latlon density square mile. If we hope to gel industry we must do all Puerto Rico has done, and if possihle more. Everv from direct tax withheld, every concession denied. mdernn the unemployed His Excellency s comment secondary industries. I am glad to ,""..' ... note, does not accept what this !" pregnant sentences the paper Implied In Sunday's leader. urgency of the unemployment that the absence of minerals holds .Ituatlon in Barbados. For about out poor prospects for industrial./.3JJgiJ5J£. lf ^ h ,, no *£d fifty lobs two thousand men will atlon. One cannot IM> opposed to ">*_ %  *[' ^^d^oS^rf^t* rush into Cavans Lane; struggle. His Excellencywise preference human ty idrmUIHn of spin. •osc shirts, riak suffocation and for a number of small indu.ti.c* •>* %  PP' n . "' '^""^ l "i_ being trampled, although the Job* to any one big enterprise, but why !" *5JJ n *A b^Sldm^ui I'llei", are specifically advertised for not let on grab one of the recom" Seamen with papers. It is Just mendatlons of Ihe many expert* hope, even against hope, that for secondary Industrie!. "luates these men. The lallousreferv und corruption of Indiffer%  %  r11 i I %  .i -II ini'V.ileiil In some socially depressed areas, has not even touched our people. They deserve lo be helped that sooner or lalcr must demoralize thimi utterly Their Idleness stands as an accusing finger poised Excellent v's cautionary censuring^y at Ihe conscience of (.. tha Harbour scheme the leadership of IhU country If | hould be well (Krtidered. He is His Excellency nall/ed thai we not opposed lo the scheme, but cannot achieve pmere*s w ihoul ireful measurement of his the cure of unemployment; but ll^TT"' i • i words leave-, this scribe at least we will never achieve it if our payment can be termed J^Jimm^mg^m^gt ^^ ^ hat capital we mav I* able b.v a collection of ideolo K isis at Sitting On The Fence li A .llll.Mil. I '.tllillilis m ii to create a happy country .... So let us go forward together with courage and resolution towards that happy country." Sir Staffard Cnpps's Budget broadcast. MAYBE a hundred years from now A happy nay will dawn When men will ask "What's income tax?" And me and Crlpps are gawn When men ill ask "What's income tax When no one's earning money?" And mghi and day will laugh and play And live on milk and honeyMaybe a thousand years from now Shaw's superman will reign A man who lives on little pills; Is little else but brain Who's never neard of income tax Who's never heard of money. Whose sex apll is almost nil Who asks "What's milk?" "What* honey' i.il thousand years from now In agi.s dark and dim No man o. superman mav^livc: No it. no he no him. No living thing ir>ay walk the earth Nor ilv. nor swln.. nor crawl. The >kv the sea, the i-id may be Chock full of sweet dam ell. So do noi grudge that extra houi Those taxes off your pay Each sacrifice brings nearer still The happy, far off day When men will not pay income tux Or earn their dally bread Nor eat, nor drink, nor plan, nor think Because they'll all be dead. HUSH A BYE JUNIOR An American doctor complains lh.it American children won't listen to mother's lullabies because they're not up lo date and realisUc. IF you don't go to sleep this minute. Elmer. I shall sing you a lullaby. Aw, pee, Mom. "HL-h a bye Baby on the tree top." Yeah, and I know rhe reri line, loo. All right. Elmer. If you're so smart, what is It? "Hush a bye Baby on Ihe Iree fop, u-MIe Momma poes out u'ith a puu to bebop." How dare you say such a thing, Elmer? You know perfectly well Momma never goes out wllii anybody but Poppa. So Hd mill. II y pl.u %  • i iilniost everythlng else that Is less Important. Of course II's Excellency Is right In his choice of priorities, u^. ...... JU --. ., —--There ( ..n IKno priority over the try One for preference that doctrine of the class struggle which assurance of a livelihood for subsupplies material to be finished il accepts, does no* acknowledge slantial numbers of the people. In the greater manufacturing that the progressed the community Why build more schools to turn centres. Such a secondary industry U out more educated citizens when needs something he present workng .^pltal we can borrow, why not class party to implement His let us concentrate In a big way Excellency's economic directives; upon one major secondary Industhat party for convenience of tlvpi-ovisi.-ii Is being made apparently even contemplated for Iheir employment The practio of earning a livelihood can in Itself he educative The hundreds of bo; dependent upon Id be the suppry of varn and encouragement to pr v, lire Just completed is the transfer )oUI-'upped "itala Palace: "This from Lhasa of troops of the Dalai vear wfil see tie end* of peace.In Lama, with two batteries of 30 ihe Lands of Poo." year-old mountain guns and a few Reports frors IJiaa say the ren.odcrn Brens. to the province of cutting target is an Increase of Tsang. home territory of the exihe present li.000 regulars and Ued Panchen Lama, pawn of '.ho iMilitia to 10O.*>0. If there are not communists. lough guns tc go round, they will borders of Eastern Turkestan i.ssian force* have completed, a iring ofmountain forts and tsirc %  rilelds. which the^ have p.ist anded over to the newly arrived Chinese Liberation Forces." Ono of the airfields la within 100 mile-. Kashmir. this y.rsss ripsaw ^-. skirmish are a pair ot omni|otent enthroned little boys— relncarnatDaVa'l **l lamas. In conical nats and i-and-yellow silk gowns use swords anfl spears. Medieval reiruiling sergeants— Mr-capped, kiee-booted. swarthy i-.irruigMl pouj riders with plaited hair and silvtr daggers at their he I ta—-have arrived at TibeUn ullages along nearly 2.000 miles of the Jndian border. Bait r>r Recruits Their recnutlng notices, roughnunareus ot mi.es IBROTUM; ly pVinteK^mbo.. pa,>cr. picSinin. Chamdo. and Jyekundo Neither has ever played game or seen a toy. or met fellow child. Both have alrea l> completed their studies in logic, philosophy, theology, and melawlthaul ever leaving their sllk-scarvcd thrones and bannered boudoir: The Dalai L u m a, Lhasa's KUprenie ruler with ihe qunlifl-d hen lama supporters, in)prova „, tne Senior Oracle. Panchen Lima, Is 12 But ttMJ are about tha only individuals t Tibet or China who know nothing of the threats and fears excluded in their names. They an SfU screenetl by their septuagenarian ,>( ii.fitThe Lhasa forces have deposed and transferred all the Panchen Lama's troops, police, and Government officers. Suspected Communists and militant Panchen lama supporVws ( ludl Into monastic dungeons The Chinese Communists have •built three v4artlme alrstrlpf. iun iSSSaSS^i^J, RBackground fob-co SSSTlea, „,.,! ,.^.ln. ,0fttfiSttSJSte*; Urn,,.hr. S.rvlc Often eiiouafi u riflh line. "WHKS dadda a tables daddus alu-aui teemed lo be out some place. Maybe tftOM oid timers irho torofe fhe l|h, I thought you said .... Old Man Grimjaw (raising his -iiht foot): Silence, sir By your ungenllemanly conduct, sir, you have outraged ihe hospitality of this roof. Get oul, sir. before I kick you out. sir, and never darken these doors again, air. (Hurried exit of Egbert) HEART TO HEART CHAT IT IS Incredible to me, dear, that you should have any iiualms about being a farmer's wife. I' think you are very fortunate. Indeed, to be engaged to such a worthy young man. You say his m inn'.rs are uncouth and that his| c]r>thes smell of p.g'i swill when he takes you out; of an evening. You should not be so particular, dear An honest man with an unpleasant odour is belter than a scented villlan. Try ammonia, dear, and look on the bright side | M-ripttoP i being For Your BATHROOM .. LAVATORY BASINS S5 X l 22 ' With or without PMrstal COOMBS BASINS with Pedi.l 4472 4617 III t KHI III STORKS INTERNATIONAL THE PAINTS GOVEB i mil nooi i\. iMivrs OANBOLINEANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT-Ior galvanized iron roofs. 37.20 per gallon tin (Imperial I. "PROPELLER" READY MIXED OIL PAINT—tor wooden shingle, asbestos cement, uni aluminium roofs — 34.95 per gallon tin (Imperial). Iiislriietiona for iv: Oalvsiuied Iron. fSLtHi *' rk 1 ".""*' 'iS ut '* "• veathcr lor at least a year before painting. Then apply I coal of paint. Porprevlousl, painted work, if the surface is In good 1 SySTfri""! *23i *P"< nd "W'y I "l of paint. 'or previously painted work, if Ihe surface liin poor condition, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 1 coat of ••International" Red Lead Graphite P,i,„er. followed by 1 coal of paint. Wooden ghlnglt. lJtoSToluSli "J" ," '." ot .*" "'""rnational" Primer for WOHI, rollowed by 2 coati of paint condli',on V ",'!'u l, |"""" e i *""'• ,hc '""'" '• %  *<** condition, rub down, clean, and „pi,lv 2 coats nf point £ n r H,',f !" ' U ', y r'""" wo,k •<• %  *" %  U In poor condl on, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 1 Voat of pa"„"""' al P m fnr Wood '''"< W • "S Asbestos Cement I and ap^'coaS'Tp:^' "* ^ K h ". -* Al ii minium. l-edTy rcoa't ofpaln', <" ' Ye """ Pf m <>~". " Tnd 'E2tf%g%%£p^ d " n U, " >U h,J <*•* %  Sliced' '"' prod f "I '"Icrnatlonal Pol.,.., Lit., an. bf —London Expreti Service. DA COSTA & Co., LTD. HARDWARE ABD ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT. FINE FOODS FOR YOU! Life Depends On Water %  WE can live without housi' 01 • %  { other too of hours mid minutes from earliest times It ll something we seldom thln.t provid.-.! men wltli olKgt Watei is common, easily trunsportatloni wilei accessible, und cheap. II is cheaper location of cities and than dirt. You enn buy, watet n form ol Ice wat* %  af atMaa, delivered by Up to-your ally lor cooling and praaarvi bath and sink, lor .' nlckle n Ion. walei i> the great determlnai I while jusi ordin, <\ dirt fill costs political boundaries, from a dollar uj>. and top^il come, ^^ t tt r S l Wlly l wh crisis occurs there n.durally is compeuil, that we rcaliuour do|>endnce twa uixm water Even then we mostly Um take -itoPB.U' meaMires such as federal governments B1u1 ste| prohibiting ihe watenng of l-wns aneTeMabllsh prioril S ^ultm, ofl II .upply for a prohibit rtreet washing, oi ie< rjw hours %  da> o] In New withdrawal for atari York recently, go.ng without shavgeneratlnc. or ration the juppi Ing on one day a week mdusiries. h i naragniph. here arc ten ot , .,t water. Our disregard of the Import the prim I hill. .JiH Water Is benevolent, "hen denses lo form clouds, and lal^r run-olT, and thjg i,1 ,J\properly Mi.mi.Red. It can be pro fulls back to the earth as rain A .tviitmn SSuSP5ueGt and will support prosperIt is oovious that Iheiv i "T.-oucommunities .1 Its flow is Rain which falU on the land is use in crying for ram if we allow if-is wisclv used Our water problem* disposed ot In some or all of four il to wash across our fields and '. '.,! the outcome of our efforts to ways: nome evaporates directly, make its quickest way to the MM adni.1 ,IUI phygtaal mviniumanl to some is held In the surface soil along some river bed Mms orta! Maids, BBd subsequently evaporated oy limited comprehension has wa ted cal rain forests and swamp land .lie unlit for permanent settlement. Even passing floods make life miserable for many cities and farm districts. Extiana _(np re.ni deserts over the fa.-e late rivers and streams. The of Ihe cailh and devastated m.. amount of rainfall available for dustrial areas. m d-nanrti upon H i--"" ^"' """•"' l "' n '" "" %  "'' IX ^^22^ There is, without doubt. ^.of hydmlogy ,wh,eh Is concern^ atmUon in I( | aril to "f^' V". water in many parts of the world. (eograph.cal Svulctty „, drm kllb i P or (lllK rwi>P usable water Is fast becoming lha That part of the rainfaU that is m "!-"f ^ tor ">." .P a n"" absorbed bv the ground is of verv ' <'ncu lure and Industry and the growth of communities. Many m -Ity and town that only a few ,, one use" and anoihe, S. .„', with the p.onertie, and dlstr.bu %  "* Jjjjjj municipal or provincial J* lion of water) was taken in reecH J''; and ,n It was recognition of the m ,; |h uiiiil.ution and tnuWDOfl ol wiiler obev a fundamSQtalla* Of etpiilihnum. This reis called Ihe hydrologu * imi-.rtan... /eta. It 'leprcsenls the balance cf unl11 l oin5 lnP v sl "luierground ycar> aBO n(l(| adequate reservoi. that exists between (1) reservoir of w.,:-i that exists under capac.ty is finding that an unoceans, lakes, streams and underpractically all of the earth's expected increase in population %  verv one "f which hai been the ft rainfall :.nd water luppl) nu i ground waters, (2i ihe solid part surface, it is this ground water, as ^j,^ lu wa ,„ up p| v> T he farm-r hnii of hVDdnds ol volumes of fix-come a dangerous mlluencIn of Ihe earth, and (3) the atmo-It is called, that reeds springs and finds that he must dig deeper wells. iethnl.ll writing;: Moisture in the/our civilization. It lead, lo faultj phere wells II furnishes i n gomp places, where water is Lit Bnfceg 0TKS '/ ,ir ttmmtm drawn from ait.: 'irinkimf water la our greiileJ thinking about colon.zation and Water is cea sel SS Sl y drcUlaUng It dissolves ml ill Is being carried fn. from low* immigration, blinds us t<, ihe confrom the earth to the atmosphere the soil, thus supplying f,od lo watersheds to nil up th. SaUth asain. the plants. capacity, and leads us int" i UJ Judgments about the localakes, i iver.and OP > SSg of water ,.i%  and prospects of factories. .ir; this confor our use is lo intercept it in the most as bad as a shortage. Tropii grow only wl* Sis sea is the homu ol the llsh an' PIIM HUM. I'OW III III II MILK r. Ilh tin MIOH I! MEATS TRIPE — LIVER RAIiniT PORK SAl.'SAGES STEW VEAL STEW BEEF STEW 1 \-.!!', COCOMAI.I I'm. SPA fiELWTINE .. QUAVAS .. I^DY KANE .SOUPS Mixed VegeUblL uf Onions, Beef and ve geta ble Hioih llrNTI'.Irs MIXED FRUIT PUDDlNi; SULTANA PUDDING l'OKK„M VEAL LOAFPATE de FOIE J & It BREAD on in n IIIOU 1,O/H, Mt its



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MAT 2. UM Catib galling Going To Cbicco M R AND MBS. J. R McLEOD who arc from Torunio returned to Canada by TC.A yesterday Mr McLeod run been i>rom"ted !•> Office ManaKcr in CWctgQ Mhd bCt I'IV U %  ['lotwdiru: there to Ul ati .ipi-nntnu-'iiT l. < %  !( %  -.laying nt Ci.cr.iti.mk To Viiit Hii Home Province PLAZA M H I' L 4 ..Arr'fJ "VE OF THE W.l. CRK'KLTEftS are Walratt. extreme rlaht heartily en)ayini let* to right : A. Rae. Booties Willie ft, rjuiU.nl—Paul Popper here u.th (1>de e The otherare. I, Ranuilhln. and WS if 0 ? olh ,', r """ thv ,,on Antiguan Weddinc Empress Hall In London last week. A PRETTY wedding look ulai ror five and a half hours of nonI\ | u i atop music at the National Ja*z Church Band Concert Twenty bands, %  .,. h when M playing throrof the old Dixieland of Mr a Tuesday at the McthodlM in St John's. Antigua, %  Hilda Brown, daughter id Mrs J. A N Brown, %  A jjTnu_r_r uT!:" -_ '. n p rvnani ot si. Jotin'M wai oS'th? .*2r'' y" ,r •£•"^ m ,,nc ,n Mr W|!| *•* %  <-> s< Wan? ,, !" m u J'""^ .', n ""I K,H Ml F "" Kelslck. brother ThJK.J'. Ji,^ eanlinuouilv. of ,„, bridegroom w. batman atood. is a keen jazz fan Back From Press Talks Mclnlosh bridesmaid. The bride's sister Dr. Caroline Ramosar was here from Truiiilad for the occasion Dr H ON. V. C. CALE MLC nn<1 Mrs Con "* Stephen*. Mrs. Managing: Director of the J""* !" Wa •• Mrs. Daphne Advocate Co. Ltd. who was in !" lo,,e *"• " %  who canw Trinidad for the Caribbean Press rom 5l Km IO a,,rnrt ,nr wc '*" Association meetlriK returned to dm *' Thp honc y rri, x* li being Barbados on Sunday by B.W.I.A. Bpcnl "' Johnson's Point. AntlRja Farewell J^ISS H.RIDLER. ODE., after XTJ. eighteen months' stay in Barbados. Is leaving on May 5th tor Trinidad where she will ho tne guest iff Sir Hubert and Lady Ranee, until she leaves for England on the Golflu, on May 10th. After spending the summer in Eng and. she hopes to visit the Kingdom of Jordan and also Cyrennk-a at the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Perowne. She wishes to thank all ber friends in Barbados for their kindness and hospitality After 41 Yean In U.S.A. A MONG the passengers arrlvIng by the S.S. Port Amhmt on Monday was Mr. Laurie A. Forte from New York. City. Mr. forte who Is a Barbadian from the Parish of St Thomas, ha been In the United Stales for 41 On Short Visit M R. DAN I* BLACK ETT. Editor or "The Torch", was a passenger by II.W.I.A. yesterday for Trinidad on a short visit In connection with the colony's new constitutional set up. During his stay, he will be the guest of Hon'ble Roy Joseph, Mayor of San Fernando and Mrs. Joseph. Visiting His Sister M R. AND Mrs E A. Barrett who are from Abbotsford British Columbia left on Saturday morning for Si. Kilts by H.W.I.A. to spend three months wilh Dr. and Mrs. E. Jardine. Mrs. Jardinc is Mr. Barrett's sister. They arrived a week ago by T.C.A.. and their short stay here was spent at Cacrabank. T C.A. yesterday lor England vis iniiidad, Bermuda ana Canada. He u going to England for about three months and men fatal over to Masss CstTSM BS Italy, h. nome province which he his not visited In twenty-seven for Four Week.' Holiday M ISS JEAN M PttCTl AS. daughter of Ml -did Mrs Stanley dc Freilas of St. Vi armed, here recently for four weeks' holftay and Is staying at lbs Si Lawrence Hotel Miss de Freltas spent part of be* school days at the Ursuline (onvent here. Up to a few years as she used lo be on the Barbados staff of the Royal bank of Canada. She now lives in St Vincent where the works in the Government Office Second W.I. Appointment R EV. RAYMOND WARNER w.is an arrival on Saturday by the Gnlfiia from England intransit for St. Ttiomnwhere he will take up an appointment as Superintendent of the Methodist Church This is Rev. Warner's second visit to the West Indie-, the first being in 1943 when he went out to St. Kilts-Nevis and remained for six years before returning to : England on a year's furlough. Married on Ssturdav O N SATURDAY' afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss Ruby Sampson. daughter a| Mr. and Mrs H U Sampson of "Seaton". Black Rock. was married at the Jamci Strec*. Methodist Church, to Mr Bernard 'Bunny' Lewis, son of Mr and Mrs. T. Bruce Lewis ot Chancery La no, Christ Church. The Bride, who was given In marriage by her father wore i dress of white faconne with 4 prat] Ing Icing train, her hcaddi was of pearls, held in place by QtMfjB Ann's Lace and tube Mrs Gordon Cole, Ihe Brides sister wan Matron of Honour. Her dress was of pink tafleta with a full skirl. Her headdress lace stole and she tu i ,i a bouquet of artificial gardenias The ceremony, which was fullychoral was performed by the Re '. H. McCullough. The Bestman was Mr. John Lewis, the Bridegroom'a Dial MM far Reaervstlana Last Two Shaw* TO-DAY S 8 3D p m. md Th* Action Dr WBDNBSDAT a Tanss-a*! isisrs final lruulntant of Sfcm-M— TSBC llinSWO a AMD Hollywood M.t i--up Artist. Miss M.ma l-ulsa Huartc, now in H.TI>.MIiil* with Max Factor, Jr himself. The Max Factor Hollywood Art S; Make-Up classes, being presentf*d free i>f chnrKe at Cave. Shepherd 4 Co, Ltd. offer invaluabs* ni-trm-liiin tu the women of iniscity on how to become their own i-i-on.il inak--ii|i nrlii and achieve for themselves the f:ishii*i:il>ly glnmourous screen--t 1 r type of make-up perfec4har, and it* usjtsan were Mr. tiordon Coil and Mr. Keith Lewis The rweption aygaj held at Seaton". Bluck Rock, und uV honeymoon is bakfsOJ Sw I'owell SprinK Hot< i. Former Headmistress M ISS NELLY ROBINSON. M.B.E.. who arrived here on Wednesday from Antigua returne-l on Saturrluy by B.W.I.A. Miss Robinson 1* a well known figure In Antlgun she used to be Headmistress of X. O. R. Memorial High School and is now retired She was a guest of Mr and Mrs C. ;:. Allamby of Ekllnboro. Barbarees Hill. Pvneirsilon or the cu < Caichj -nrt o* eliw i daeii .m.i uiu< UM rtif plarr for t\r*. ( An eawiarn i Puradr.IlCSl ClOH I uu If Wen _ 16. Tha stsl* 01 %  2fl Pie habH f I I in i*~ i *int' a. 1 Iminoii"! H Compln li. Comings And Goings M R JACK O'DOWD EGAN, Director of Messrs Willii Fogarty Ltd.. returned from short visit to Caracas. Venezuela via Trinidad on Sunday B.W I A. A LSO arriving on Sunday B.W.I A. was Mr. Kenneth Girling of Telecom munlcatlo who re'urned from Miami R. W. A. CRAWFORD. M.C.P.. KSfl tor Trinidad on Sunday iv It W I A. intransit for Georgetown. B.C., on a short visit. \DVERTISE in the ADVOCATE AQl'ATIC CLUB CINEMA |M.mb.r. Only) •i(iMI. ii i -i t.n BUD ABBOTT und LOU COSTELLO in 'KEEP "EM FLYIXGDuring his period abroad most of his time was spent In the Fur Industry and he has now returned home to pay a short visit to his son Mr. Oliver Forte and his sister Mrs. G. W. Hope of Good Hope. St. Michael Mi Forte thinks bis home t"wn looks quite changed In appearance and feeK that many improvements have taken place during his absence. Ife expects to spend about four weeks here before returning to the U.S. Here for the Day ^, I NTRANSIT on the Golflto" on Satlirday for Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kelshall and their baby daughter Kay. Mr. Kelshall Is an officer of the Colonial OfnT* in Trinidad and has been to Knglan.1 on a course. His wife is Mr. Charlie Taylor's sistar, and they spent the day with the Taylor's while the "Golflto" was in port. nupert and the Dragon Pills — 30 Id : MR. AMI MRS. "BTNNY" LEWIS BY THE WAY A MONG the unanswered questions of our time is this: Do codfish talk to each other in the spawning season? Norweg'ao scientists, equipped with everything but elephants, ate >ctting out to probe this matter to Its aalty depths. Now it seems lo me that. Just as mice make a squeaking sound which is called, by aesthetes, "singing." so codfish probably moke a sound, or series of sounds, which Is scientists. 'talking". Axel Gries. the faiium ichthvologue, claimed heard one cod say l< "Good spnwningalled, by I'rofc: .> %  s Swedish that he • another nean. %  nominal'' And let us not forges Wordsworth's: On April daws u-hol u*ot his dearest Vtsfl? A conversation uHth some iorrly Ath^ One d*51T while reading ShakespeftTC TO a salmon, lie heofrrf fhe rreatare mtsrmar Midiii.. "Oamnioaf* Hn/cWrm Hum/it HTVI plan to make Ihe nation*> allscd Industries more popular" is said to mean 'brighter railway stations." The wait* music relayed through louil-speakers would be more popular If girl purters could be hired as dame partners. The man who goes about tapping wheels should be dressed in Lincoln green, with a feather in his cap. Rose-leaves should fall frnm the roof now and then Finally the announcements could be more attractive: "Hallo, folks' This is Waterloo Wanda laUlni you that t>'-* IB i nlsjatf lonesome. It's waiting for—just von. al platfnini 1 And, bilks. Whare do l llimk she's going to stop' 1 Thufll slay you' She'sli.| |*i" .it Mot! %  %  n. Hnlt'tsb.. SudKcfold. and Abbots I'udding. Can you beat that? Oh. and listen folks You golta thange By Beachcomber at Mulsham for Beetleharrow. Why' Don't ask me! My Colleague, lamp-trimmer Fred Grey, is now going to sing for 'Mother Machree Swing Fred!" Somethin/i Brewing I HOPE the report Is true that a film chief said the other day, talking of music for a film. •'You can't monkey with Wagner/' When I told this to Snert Vo5h, and his Hot-Time Swlngar.K>* Vosha said. "Aw, nutsWe gonn. git the led outer dat guy Wagner' boots, an' pep him up a bit. wb coloured scarfs struck In da bruter mute 'em. kinds, an' a swell chorus uv nifty pilgrims latntnta-ta." "What's Ihe film asked "What the hell*" replied Vosha. Hat don't make no difference to da band dSnl it Wagnai got class. You don't have ter hnvi no special film for a hot rendition uv dat guy's number*" RETURN to SCHOOL BOYS' SHOES in TAN "* BLACK 5.23 to 6.40 T0BRALC0 in NAVY ,nd R0YAL IMITATION l40 LINENS IN ALL SCHOOL COLOURS .86 and .94 EXCERCISE BOOKS. INKS. PENS, NIBS, t#% *" 1 PAINT BOXES Etc. All. AT LOW I'lllllS EVANS AND WIIITFIELM BROAD STREET ilh MARTHA BAYE—CAROL BRUCE—DICK FORAN A t'Blvvrul I'.i lurr WEDNEKDAV > %  I mi 110 p.mIIII ll-n \ 1 NICHT -1 111 BRENDA JOYCE — DON PORTER PATRICIA MORRISON la "DANGER WOMAN" You cn add new charm ,nd feminine aiuaaion to your beauty. Learn the newest An of Make-Up •pe* c,cdb >' \ Msx Fa,hl foe yo"' ryP e C^eafoiyouecolcogCoer^fo-yoo."— Yoo-ll Iw" •bouiiitlART SCHOOL OF MAKE-UP... AT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. Commencing WEDNESDAY 3rd May at 9.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Laugh and dance at CASUARINA CLUB nitght THE JEFFREY'S RADIO TROUPE of Stars w.;i be there under that Maestro of Fun Laudy De Montbrun. Come Dine Dance, and laugh at Casuat.na Club, 'next to Cable Office) St. Lawrence. ADMISSION: 41c. Dinner* (reservation* 1 8496) and Snackt (including Black Pudding and Souae— from 7 p.m. Dancing and the Jeffrey's Troupe from 9 p.m. on The night was made for Love—but the moonlight was made for Sea Bathing Come and have both at CASUARTNA CLUB You make the dale— we'll do the catering. STEAKS. SNACKS or WHAT YOU WILL I Come in slacks, shorts or just a bath suit. The new spot with some new ideas. CASUARINA CLUB 'Member* Only) There will be Moonligi t tonight. I


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TU M\Y 2 INK BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE 1HHI IFoley ids As i,rt'iuid.ii Police Supl. • Advocatr f QrrrolHMxI. i.-< CABTRD S Major T. F>ic\. AsaUtau; Suprnnti : proceeded on s. a \ %  Qi Suprrmi" of Maior a ! Mas e< i the stums; M the Tribunal srHl < %  • %  announce!. Mt Grantley Adams. Barrlstcrat-la* "' 111 represent tho workers' On IUI H 1 IEAM PHOT*M.K\Hli:i .1 i:.i*lhatiri'< Su>r*. Lett •aha iMi Trmlrall: fdUinui I li timllnn loni-v If (hrMttiil \Verkev I'ntil ['on !" i !• rteht fSsSSMUOSTl : \M|1Univ Mn-h.iH Vilenliur f'rri* 'A .'nil %  I i %  O lssa s fa' fell From Tree: Displays %  m pellet assess ih v %  liitdary teM Day de\ ftojral AII roraa plane an. I %  ran h* ..... H | easuurb ;. %  M \\ U | %  %  Ol tr. nblr > BarUMM w < %  can null. -i1,.\ u %  'or poll i Wrat Sr. %  %  %  II Mil' T. hike tl.i I i eouAui %  i rfag h. i. wee i < %  v i, .. n ojh Fi Mndln rare i onfldem ibei would not > requred irtri.trr Injiiretl %  %  : %  hi* fHI fi .huh he tSMjSSBL at n~ h<; l.oen i\ rfimti ii, %  THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE For STYLE plus Teeth Loose! Fusiliers Postpone Visit (Advocate Corrr>uaiia>iil; ( 18TRIB9 April . it woi dmouneed uiia weak lb i owing In difficult) OK with the K A.SI -i a was lo have DfOUfhl UM Iml%  knOni FueUfcsn Erotn Jamaica for the ceremony on Home Fortune St. Lucia, on May 21. the visit has been pos tp oned until Met UNEMPLOYMENT IS OUR GREATEST EVIL — Says W.L Primatr tlEOR'.FTt fit big sUon of employers and worl thedra! Church ol Sitmt 'ooni >o it and l|eard His Grace the Mow Reveti'nd Johri Knight, Primate oi tlic West Indies Province of the Church of England and the Lord BisJiop of tn Dtoeen British Guiana make en appeal to H ela fthd rmpli.vri:, in ihis country to do thfil uui W tnd recovt'tv. Pour Charged ftotnee Opens Trade Arson Will Cheaper Flour (Advocate C'orretpondi'nt) CASTRIES. April 29 Arranaamanu are proefi Isbj the purt'linso of flour IS COTCf tbl Windward and Leeward Island* requirement': on*a tender balls by the Trade Commissioner in Montreal It i h> iMthad will eventually effect ft reduction in I he pric .. been Ihr • J id Tr) '"Caribia** Or "CMribbva" LONDON. A naflSMtSQO .fiat the pn>powxt \. I union imuld be Bribla" or 'Cartbooa" %  %  Dell] Trlriraph tr, C u coaton-Ntan, .y\ iiifct iu i a name lia a nice dear rlns about and b i road ."im Italian confuatot arone In vh* lirat place 'ihroufli %  light aaoaraphicaJ nuscah ii%  It #ai UM irsl lUCb observance In Brltlah Quiana of Industrial Slindai and Ills (".race dclivnen UM address %  tared that an f tcon o m fc Bituatlon hat developed in world demands m evei %  CODDtTT, We mm produce mure Roods and battai :ivlccs as a condition t-i our recovery from the present ilia which beset us. "I( we l-il lu meet this economic pioblem now. v.p know wnat to io..k forward to. We aball aartancc further deterioration m larda of living, ami much hardSI times than we are now expat It u.lug." The primate observed lhai mo of the trreate^t e\tls was uide%  praad nnamploymenl in many countries, tneludinc our own. He did not dispute the fuel that the whole problem of unemployment %  of groat complexity )! %  as quite sure then Ob" solution to be found' quickly, but he wi aqualta arsl thai >f the bsM brain In rverj io this pn I i. % %  %  (nation. "In this couniry' coir.mucd Qi % %  '. "tha meal asp I ol the problen .1 ichool, £v*l i %  rt* of oui %  f i 0 and ft two or three yaari of enforcco Idleneu whlcti elapsos l-efore the> get into a lob of son^e kfa i;%  -ii character. i • whkh KUltabla wora would give to mk" tbalr plaeeawi eemannut) R| II %  %  %  . %  colled blind alley ocioi ,tion-. .,, ., it brtngi n and moral SVUS in .U train" —t*an l're*v AFTER H0000 FIRE Q\ l iRl i I w\ | ill 28 I -iflCI the |10,0Q %  ted i building in ttreal %  %  pi SalvaUon Army Central H • . his wife and then two Tbi aoi u ad gbawt .MII r uv 1 the bulldll I %  -lie fire i* %  Sulatman Shaw, Sultan ..' The lira I i I boun of Apni II last. Haai .... n Mngl-i Ma} H /// Trinitliitl Fair Pulling %  I u %  .,i. r Fan H, %  uhted II i I Of the F %  i cmn the H %  i %  ... •i . • Fame n .it %  hmllat %  i pan. arouW Honed bV prso %  ll • itti ndlni the K$m lion Con %  ru hop.i would return to ti„ ,, hon id write aboul tha Pali i %  i pi. CLARKE'S 'OLOS3 MIXTURE CtUim the system irom blood impurities ; many sufferen from rhe imatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. 'a IIQUIO .. r.llif FORM BRUaH... UP... TOUR... SMILE... Stop *yc;r + :.,,. nr J Trench Mii'h in 24 : nmuh diwr-Ihi'MiiMitH tn, .,l,i ., ILHxav tl Naw Oitcovory %• txgt %  • %  ."'.."" a guni -.f. i. '*"' !"' *-ih. mi >.,. %  ..i _.._ %  .if nuiiHi i %  Gim. cte fl Am v. rar Pfrrh* ., from$2 50toS8.95 Ladies Dresses "m Cocktaila weddinq or otte-rnoon A tinn aaaorlment in siock io chooae Iiom In a variety ol material!, and laleat atylea. from $12.00 t quarte) %  104 •re coll, i utpost on II • Venenielan froni valuad st.fi94.iT which 1 ..:inn frot ,i-la I %  i %  • outboard export effort and no man Deeded 1 i %  i %  Windolene ocaSS fa*:' %  %  rtrmii Thy think her undies V ;V\_ are new— They look new — because they're always washed in LUX I.ux ua^hinj kps Tha! new lool: : %  H s and y'fti.; lothes v. %  '. OAINTY CLOTCE1 • IKC NEWI rot H Hint-; BECOMES \ Piti HE IN A NEW VAUXHALL nun OR rrwtfl turn i UM CUOKI New shipment ol these Cars recently Arrived. lioiinti Tlio.il LTD. IOIIITKSV ABtACC 4. \ciLike M \(.l( Your Backache • • nay be dut) to sluggish Kidney Aclion f IPF IS NOT . arw.1 >.h-o oa *ara troubled with I he, rheumatic paint, mil, JI lung Riutdca and otm., fumbaao ot tuRimon urinary ditunJer* due Ui •lii>uii*h kidney aam. • !.v put up with rain and %  %  '• ../ arasS' 'to>d of I> .%  > Pilli. Orutt/ul >"n and of all agii mt and ruim-rful ih' .;.'. imr and urinary annMprK M lAte fnmdt It. I*. QUICK.. EASY WAY TO STOPYOURCOLD When you reel h and coM lbs n tutty oUvery i or chill run*, ilimuph \our body — QHieki hutiy lor the Menihotstunt'. Put some of ihi* bfoothabl • bain on iroui i.-tieiandiliro;ti and tub it well inio ih,i4ifl Mcnthoattam' skm to whan IM pain aad loraaeaola in K--ui to Iccl warm and soml'uitiiblc. Also ptr %  Mcntholauun' in your no* ao that its hculina vapours ar mhafed into your breaihir.i DO Mgas, ( "Ids and Chillgo quickly tlh thii doubl. action, tie! J jar or tin 01 'Mrntholaium' to-day, but make sure it is genuini Mentholatum' (Ask foi Ml NT lit' I \Y-IUM '). caacB iE CT i a IH laSi .indJirMadf <>nh hi \ The Marshnbiini I < %  Btoaoh, I nsbnd



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fcicai Ve ri. FIVE I I '. is Irar S5. ST. LUCIA WILL BE SHIPPING CENTRE! Daily Plane Service Between London—W.I. B-SK (From Our Own Correspondent) . LONDON. MM 1. OversMs Airways Corporation CoastalMm m the near future commence operating a daiK reTiahly^ar" L " d n a,,d ,ne *** ,ndi w " ^f Presently they o)>erate thn weekly Making possible tfali ..u.liti.. %  ,.,' i service i-. the fact thai stunt I v two services from London i i Canada, presently operated Constellations, are be by Stratocruiscrs Century For Nabaclis GEORGETOWN. April jfl 100 Years Ago. Vo persons descendants ol negro slaves, pool:-,, their money and bougm j., abandoned sugar estate go Britisn (iuiana calle u Nabaclis. btfluata 15 miles east of Georgetown on the Atlantic seaboard, Nabaclis is now a thriving villasot peasant larmers with the status ol a Village Council. To mark the centenary of th v founding of the village there were celebrations from dawn till night on Thurs.lj, April 27, and the village was host to prominent cttttana iium all over the Colony including His Excellency the Governor. Sir Charles Campbell Wool ley. K CM G O.B.E.. M.C.. and Lady Woolley and residents from neighbouring villages. The seven-mile deep flagbedecked village took on an air of gaiety for the occasion and villagers, many of them descendants of the original founders were present at Divine Service in the early morning. The centenary t*iy was welcomed at Nabaclis and all other villages with (ho pealing of Church Bells at dawn. After Divine Service conducted by Rev. A. R. Bowen. President of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of B.G.. the: villagers moved over to the new I Village Hall which was formally I opened by Mr. D. L. B. Wiekham. District Commissioner. After the ribbon was cut, the building was sprayed with perfume, and two trees planted at the entrance by' Mrs. Wickham and Mrs. St (ieome Cooper. Governor Arrives The Governor arrived shortly berore 2 p.m. und presided over a public meeting in the new Hall. Addressing the gathering. sir Charles thanked the villagers for the warm welcome accorded Lndy Woolley and himself. It was a happy and great occasion, It was not only festive but historic. His Excellency recalled that in the historical review of the village which was read earlier at the meeting, reference was made to the t6 stalwarts who exactly 100 years ago pot together In a true co-operative spirit and bought n abandoned sugar estate which was now their heritage. He said he used the term coOuaraUegj spirit becuuse It was that spirit they should foster totlay. That was the Government's poTTey. It was a matter of great personal interest to him. His Excellency continued, that they should develop the co-operation movement among them. Already great strides were being made In going forward, but, he said. "I want to commend St to you and I would ask you to get in touch with people like Mr C C. I* Gordon and find out whnt it is all about and to see whether here In Nabaclis vou cannot form a Co-operative Society, which I am sure will be of great benefit to you all." Before concluding: his speech the Governor announced that to mark the occasion he had appointed the Chairman of the Village. Mr T 11 Benn. a Justice of the Peace. The B.G Militia Rsnd was present for the celebrations which concluded in the evening with a Grand Ball In the Village Hal' replar 5/Limit On Meals Removed //V BRITAIN LONDON. May I. The British Government today cancelled the regulation which fixes a maximum price of flv shillings on restaurant meals. The limit was Imposed in 194.2. Other austerity laws afTeclmti British stomachs, social gatherings and tourist facilities were likewise withdrawn. The chief effect is thnt the Gourmet may sit down to a meal lasting all evening, of as many Courses as he wishes, instead of a maximum of three In a written reply to .i House of Commons question, the Minister of Food. Maurice Webb said— "I hope, as a i esult of this itap, th:it the tourist and catering IndustHl will be able to make a bigger contribution to our balance of payient-i which Is. of course. %  rgent of our economic problems —Renter FOR EAST CARIBBEAN IF PROPOSAL GOES THROUGH Change In King's Title Likely CAPETOWN. May 1 Prime Minister Daniel Malar said today that great changes in the structure of the British Commonwealth left no doubt t hat there would be change in the present title of King George". He told the Senate that Canada was particularly dissatisfied with her present position. Dr. Malan said that India's decision to become a Republic—after which King George dropped the title "Emperor of India" — moa.ii that "If South Africa wanted tr become a Republic then we could become that without isolation ani without revolution."—Renter. M UliHMl TnWl Ro> Marshall finish* liee leg. Psn| papp \K: FsNtMNG It COLD I a drive in their nrt prartlr sad. the H. !ii-ii whom 19.483 cam* from 82 countries outside Italy Largest number* of foreign visitors to the Fail ame. in order, (TOO! Switzcrl in' German.. France. Austrfa, i r' in. Belgium. United States, Egypt, tollund and the Scandinavian countries, Foreign countries with the biggest numbers of exhibit were France. Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia. Westerr and t many. R-nelux. Switzerland and the United States. Italian exhibitors reported millions of lire worth of contracts concluded at the FM Particularly good business wa* claimed in cooking machines Including big South-American contracts for pustrv making machinery. —Itfu'rr Britain Will Have Terrible Time SAYS CONNALLY WASHINGTON. May i Senator Tom Coni.ally. Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said In mi Intcriew published today thai Britain is going to have a terrible lima lling in the dollar ajep" The interview was published by the independent week I \ newsmagazine I'S. News and World Report. Senator Connelly dismissed a suKgesllon of American dollar aid in paying off certain war debts by saying that Britain obtained the money In sterling and "let them pay back In sterling" On Europe, h. 1 about i..j .. i he thought start tajku | hat the United State. toWUJTd*. helpl New Caribbean Canal Two Peasants Vital To U.S. Defence *r£SoW A KM HIi ..inbr I. 'KrHn O.I, Own Col-rev |w.i.d.-in LONDON HARRISON MSI „iii,,.,i ....inn,. H • %  i i.rop..s:il tn iitili-c Si. Lurii. aIII.rpntiv ('arihb.-i.il -| M |i|iiHLwill. I'.K hill tH-en .lllln.' '..ilihusi-rd id.ii Ihe propmiit li.nl not yel hi-en lhi> romp.inv mi.I ili.n no -.tnleim-i. ml.' al this inn. iin, Mn ,U Si. Lucia Leg-C Is 25 Years Old ( tdvaralr < ...i „„ %  ni, I A*1 KIKS. Ma1 vet Jubilee for elected lalion on the St Lui ia Legislative CiHincii was celebrated on Moniinv „, colourful traditional The fun. tloo in ths Council Chatnbn was attended by th majority v (ndtvldual At the same time it C.D.C. are alxo ioterestod LOCK n! I ho .i i i. IHNNM :<• ate st fnigli: distribute ihj ID not confirmed olllclally This areaessl It l IH.UMI woald involve Ihr Introriuitlun of <• Rinall vessel. jppro\*mif<~h nsne hundrrd imis which woiM be saed for lbs sawsrd sitiiimeol rrom St. I.uria to thr -"idler I'Unri. at frrlshl fruin thr I K, Out ths ., ,i rleS i den! km. the .ii. WASHWCTON i uiisiiuclion of an inter-orean canal actxi imperative tn full American defence This is the warn ing today of Rep Donald 1. OToolt '[ >-JSJ Y %  )• Chairman of a special subcommittee of the Hour Merchant Marine CornmHtee. which recent I v returned from a first hand survey of the Panama Cono! and the proposed site ucross NicaiM-ui Eurepean recovery after the of tie Marshall Plan In 1953. %  *! think it would dlfcourias Iheir efforts to get on then (eel he ald Adion by the Congress to plan iinin.ii.iteiv tor developmaH ol the Nicaragua Canal Wil) urged by OToolaj Other members of the aubcufnmdteu RP,, bXiehjenwgjuyr \, PA) and Fugate (D-VA ). agreed that the matter Is In need of u-. mediate condderatlon. Factors Several factor* were cited by Rep i (Tools in bearing his deMtd for prompt DCO0A The) srs I. Vulnerability of the Panami i,d L'anal lo attack by the A-Bomb eople to Australia and Canada ind so on. I do not think thev vll ever he nble to maintain the oh Brltiafa -ystem to 'he extent thai they have maintained it before "Oreat Britain now wants to All the dollar i*ap. Thev want to pa off $.ooo.ono.noo ritat thev owe :< India and Pakistan, and Southeast Asia, and so ea. "They did not get dollars from those countries—they got -lerllng Well, let them pav them back In sterling" Reuter Labour Wins By On* Vole F/INOON, Mi i The two months old Hritish Labour Government escaped defeat bj one eobi the %  paafcai casting vote in an unexpected dlvtaloa in the House of Common!! tonight—Reuter %  H I M, S\l 4 I II? THIS STR^ speculation seen by many l ??*l n 5 ''"-'i iptton baionsdng to the *r^ n Z J>la,es %  to whether II % saucer" be • rne Navy cays "the Navy is not engaged in conducting research or in flving any Jet-powered circular-shaped aircraft —Cxprat*. 3 Unsyirfpathetlc attitude of the Panama go%ernment, which forced the IJnite % %  \vmpatlictic reception sffordedi oy the kovernment of Nlcaiagua ] under which the I'niter Slate* can proceed with the con-1 •trucUon of a canal throuxh Its territory, already exiats The Nicaragua canal, he said. 1 VOUld be entirely at sea level I Bngina ar iai dimculties would be minimised because it would pass through l^ake Nicaragua for a nib* dantial part of its length. A second ranal seroas C>ntmi America would persnlt Quicker access of Aaterlean warships between lh AllsnUe sad l'sclllr Oeeaaa, the dhUnre between thr east and west coasts of Ibe i mi. ii States being rrdueed ronsldrrably, OToste ssid The turbuleat ps41Ueal ellmate created by a flve-dsy revo-. lutlon In Panama, whirh occuricd at the same time that the Congressmen visited Ihe Csast Zone, hastened their decision la %  vim.incarefully the possibilities of a new water artery In Nicaragua. O'Toolc plans to hold th. pttUk hearings soon to thrash out the entire trans-isthmian ;>M blent. which has grown into a bitter major controversy in %  %  gnag during the last year Among Ihe witnesses slready invited to testify a General Anastnoca, Nicaraguan strong man. who has brought itafauny -ind nrospenty to this 'argest Cen%  -.i Amc'cun nation afler %  turbulent political historv Darsonsu} t.Hik the ppUfg OToole < nmilroul oVSI ihe pronosed rtrtTK The "ftsr thn suggested the following calypso foi the West Indies cricket team, who a mated by the weather tucks April has been playing, are disregarding snow and blow to cricket .,• I.IV-bournc. "Oh for home in April Now that England's here For the English find In April That the Arctic snows (ippear; On frozen wicket i tis' eriekei (Thai's what we're posed to play) Bui we'd better be t. some winter sport In read'ness for Mav A poet said that April Uughed her girlish laughter; He didn't know his April Or all that follows after. Its far from wrlisl.. hi mighty churlish With blizfarri and (,.-•, and thaw If this l!. a laugh, vou don't know the fiaif f '",' lM """ '"""' *" f I prarmiht ROME, May 1 1 rep hoi %  !. .1 and six wounded in .i ctafh with police vesterday at Celaim Rome, near Ihe estates of Pine %  .Torlonii. News of the shooting R ims todu and wi> %  nnounccl by Ijihoui loader Cluscppe Di Vittorio at a massive Communist-organise.! meeting MJ the heiirt of Rome. The clash occurro' while pen.ants 'ne waltlnjc outside the Ineaiuiawi headqnarfe: for me announce, ,rut
setting off or hidden explosives in shim using the hwfcS. oi t. v ,,-., pie ubotagt methods." Sea level canals do not face such potential ounce. ,„ „,„.,., fare "Preliminary studlei of the pubcommittee indicate that thfl pbtentisllties pf a sea-lew through Nlearsgu , "The v.,v ,i/,. „f [ J( kc Nirstagiia wouUtel guarantat againsman* of th.. -dangerihreatei I r ,n ?. m ''' (i .. %  %  A Nicuranuaii canal save at leant M hours in m *. b iv -'> Atlantl Pacific ports "This oooooml tinued. trould quickly eriluig lion through !-,%. 10 Killed In "fW'f'fsWi Ihiy" DemotUtrationB JOllANNBSBUItc;, stay l At least ten natives were tx '.., o|ieiicl lire in the African diltiu ol wTiwatcTsrend today after the; had bet toned Pollca roreaa imbtllsed demonati % % %  UM I subuibs all round i' %  ghi rtoui ) %  i if i|iiiett;, marl i %  '" %  i-oi among non-v hltss whiiii fmicd many industries and .school* tO drat down and %  breed and ">iik di At Bopbistown, Weal U burg, polite o|iened fire when tone ( f .ind the Hi-trnt iiiinud two Al killed At Alexandr. north of Johannesburg I iroon earri n Bred anei lhe> %  tn stoned and at least 10 paof) believed ll P i" 1*0 ops I ed Are si Orlando, west ol Bet -Imru Plr n and sdjotoli town.—Renter id state as well as a large %  — %  ""i "i Ibe pubii, Those present mluosd HI Oi %  %  U %  ircitblshi p .I Port ol Spam. AeuBf Chssl I . %  i IB Jn Ucg Dab i B Hall I Hsrbadt* the only Oral urvtvini % %  "iliei 0i tn. i *ho b ted b> the Oovennnent apeclallj tot tali tancnon rk4 Hon'ble ( Mdntosh „f s VU vent and delegates hTORI "Ihci Windwsrd Inlands Mi Honour DM A>limnMtraloi J.M Stow. C.MCi in,|>. police guard of honour on his .itrival and following the welcome b) Ihe Aichbishop, the Chief Justice .lit A. II. ,11,! ti 'fie ion.,, il chamber Ho Keith Alley no i rowp "I %  %  laid OB the tobl* H iength> Mitorlc doeumani trscin^ the islnnd's conttl programme. A resolution of loyally to [ho King, which v as moved In the :%  %  dot Bled nwmbr ind seconded by the Hi n'lile < \ Heaubrun. beniu M member WAS carried by all Unoani The Admimatra'-v in %  wtlcomed the vlsit'-ig diKnltarlbs and delegates and then read a aiessane from the (, -.rnoi who regret ted his inabilr. i l ni'ssuite from the Hmi '.I. t A Marryahow veteran ol the Ot %  lature Hon'ble Oarnel Oordon win. ijoya tin i.iii.-.t gnl rolcen nV 11. I %  lp repllo i t.> the Ad inislratof's address The entir* assembliige then sleeembtr Antioutiinu his decision the sherlfT ikl he could not accept :• .l-fen,,tended that Ihe accident was due to a m*vhan|cat defeet in tho )eep—Retiler fVO PROOF w VtfUHGTON, May-j Mn Preda HUl rr i'ti Comniuni i ni..11 I.I to n. ti, da* told %  had i %  i| P.ofes.s.,1 Lattlmore,! Ea. ten, export and former| i. %  . i %  %  %  1 1 ihe CM line Outer i 200,000 IN MAY DAY PARADE ift R< '•' %  %  %  t shipp ni; optrai \ Ni' an ru m canal 1 nil %  largest of .,.ir naval %  50 Years 1 is fast sppruaching the hall %  %  structed with tl.i aertng knov Of American te"Not kj %  ravourable impressii! site m Nicaragua :iti. attitude of the Nlosragua toward In) %  have th