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PAGE F.K'.IIT BAKBADOS ADVOCATE -t be cc a hi II PICKWICK-ROVERS BEATS COLLEGE 3-1 PICKWICK-ROVERS defeated Harrison College by three goals to one in a good gam.of football at Kensington yaaterda;. afternoon to win thttl filW match for the Tay| 0 < coat, while Morris regisiered for Shortly after Referee Frank Eii wards whistled the player* irto action, the I were defending the goal at th* d. made an at rack on their opponents' goal. Smith after receiving from ie of hi* halves. ptMad to Williams who sent In good effort from the • .-.altered and cleared irds, Plckwii-k-Roveni look over sod TayUr %  riag after beadng the II back, sent In a hard grounder which Smith was onlv a matter of minute* Pick wick-Rovers fronl I another raid and this •ime Wilkes sent In a hard on* which Smith again saved. is now tra'r %  • midflpld and Dash, the fi.llegr If. U-bbd goal* Hill iintirtpaUft nin A Hard Shot ri.kwnk-IU.ven> num. raid and U got posaeacion and raced up U*i .iih with a hart shot. Urge boys by good combination, made a series of raid1 .,.;>cnei*s goal, but theii bUM> men failed to mal their oppdrtuniUea. On one occaaion Smii' left wing out in and set in a hanl grounder but HUJ was all there .Shortly after this. Mike FotU fn.m William Best Golfer Ever Is Bobby Jones SO AT LEAST AMERICANS THINK BOBBY JONES, who major golf championship from one to five Hani our Opan overwhelming choice In America for the trtle of the greatest golfer of toe past century. Here are grounds for controversy. Nobody else came nnywhrre near hint in Associated Press poll, colleague Frederick Cook tells me from New York. Jones MM glvafl 283 of 302 votsa cast by sports writers and broadcasters. Second came Ben Hoaan 40. third H.igcn 29. fourth Naiaon 17. Fifth Snead 6. sixth Sarazen 4. seventh Jo\ errd 2 eighth Harrj Vardon I II is good to sfp that the English are not quite. left out. Cotlon — And Vardon By the way, irn't Henry Cotton | Of Old hands declare that if Vardon had played golf in his prime with Jones the American "wouldn't have seen the way he Where is Jones to-day? At 47 and with degree* fawn if ire* universtttles. he is still practising— but it is law now. He is the richest legal light in his home town M Georgia. Joey And Freddie Freddie Mills bears no Ill-will A rumour ran re ind toWB last mgbt that his coiqueror Joey Maxiaa had been tai en to hospital with Jaw trouble Mills telephoned promoter Jack Solomons to ask th name of the m.n who had taken Ml world title from him. Solomons was ableto assure Mills that Maxim was sound in wind and limb—and had left town to give an exhibition in Liverpool. The two boaan will meet again —socially. They have promised to attend a concert being organised at the Saville Theatre on Sunday by the Professional Boxers' Association. I Boxing Brothers You know of the Bebbingtons, the Buxtons and other brothers in boxing. Now the Edmunds, the Welshmen—from Bi&engarw—who 12 years ago .settled in Kent, where father follows his old Welsh craft in Snowdown Colliery by day and trains amateurs of the Snow d o w n and Tilmansioor Clubs !. %  night Two of Mi. Edmund'* five boxing sons — Ronnie, s n wnght, and Glanville a welterweight—raached the mi-nnal: of the National Coal Board's championships Nottingham last year. This year I again. I i the S E. Divisional championships at Ramsgate -.%  youngest of I IS, was in an exhibition bout TheyWautllunfstaff JOE HARDSTAFF. I hear, was bitterly disappi>mie HKI"< I HARRIS %  the big clt-i tere.1. and what di vast open space roun-. from Brenlforci In the West K Tottenham in the North-east, with never a first-class club in beiween Yet in the midst of this football desert is the finest grounc in all England, Wembley Stadium. wants to br anonymous send this lament: •Do vou think ID provide ithe vast built.. Wemblev -Although the population of the district must be about million wi aaaraal I tonal club centred a* Wembley would attract great sup port. The crowds are hare and waiting AH ctato." We Need Am.ihlirI know whal I would like t'> Mi plavint at Wai naallj Si I amateur aide, wortiiy of admission to th League, and -iron* enough to thrust Its way up from division to division. A', XI in th. ton would bring a mmh-needed refreshmen Into football. A Corinthian MM '' foil like fed by the PggWll men fron the universities. It 15 unlikely I chance against the fullSo has anyone a side of profrssio! als to produce out ol for the benefit of K irked away ;:oal to give the h on.er. Smith took the f^Lbut i thn i rMuitad The College kept on press,,,, " JS^WP for thee. ^'^TL ,^' „,.„„;,„. %  n afltf beating in-' IM Malehan K.innni^ back Mimic sent In • powerful' OLASS-WOBJUCP I ghot | )U first match foi Hendoi an, not Mtlsned F.C in 1946. Four years later he U with their lead, launcru, jttack anrt from a DM [•earance in the side .. Wllke> alwa 1UM n beat Smith with a hard one fron i'KoBLLMS will .unfioi sex C I *aaaon. Ava Isble then, during va wi.l be Hubert Dogcart I aid, K. P A 111 : and A. C. Burner. and ( I lett and IVtei Blsk< Oxford. Ution to UM tJ fessionals. there at* men as Ken Suttle and Don Sullies lU-ldiug. ospecially in tin lose range to make the score 2-0. The College boys fought bjjfd for a goal, but the iiu> .hanged Oflensive On resumption. Pi %  : fht aSar %  attini poaMMJon. kickeasti. Siinniondft. Burton Bmlth k-Rovan: Hill. J Hunt.* Proverbs. Foatar. V H.H.M Mayer.. Wellea. Dova I'sylor Tl-KSDAV. M'UI,. ^ In i iirli*lr Hmj Aants %  a., | \.. %  -.woir Owner* ^ ££ CMV IPM-i n'" %  "• %  ***"•" Oa n< sail w M|iu*'Z-U Wonlta Sch I ">—mm iJZ %  !. Bcho.n*r 'Anita H SI ton* WI C*p' RI|\ M > M7^11 r..fi^n-da AamU Schonr %  nunna D v iem "-• '*a (""#' A iPwaOon ,-. T.inidad Anl SoftoooS3. -•' %  pU.Mil tona •:. OagUtfH "r 0~— An*. r,rr"— !" fnr Otvr-d. A-.t D^-t Brhooo*' "Wonderh.1 Cnun**)lor J" & C. L'd m n*l Otpt Ak^inHrr Cct.lot S4 Utm *t^-F own* Kita ADU. KSOES Tapl K'an. 't Da UaherSL" l.iw rwptmt* Kfn tot Martmiq" !• A Co LM %  • •Wr.1 %-m-rSj.v wK' — From N. Mm.rl flnfftli %  From r-endaMr K*wW Andrew v. Mi-f Derfvn McLvod. Mi* MUen MCLMKI. MI David J Cww-f. MrMantrt* ,'unr>. Mu* Pa> lonet. MrMiriam J ITorW Champion Wins 3 Titles ST LOUIS, Missouri. April 3. Johnny Leach, of Britain, former %  d off three Uttes in thannual United Stales ajnptonaUp nrr.last nig 1 • lh '" env 111 Hol/e: -2d ner Jack i %  :• ltt. With Sally Qraan i | mixc-i %  ;. %  beating Bill Price and Reba Monne*s lft—21. 21—17. 2i—i:. —Renter in r KII HiSchooner Trrrdon, PtNT r i CaiMain * %  •."'" %  'Of Domwiica mat Owner*' A*>ooiaton. • %  |wi>. SV lona net. Captain Mar.nall. tot Until* Guiana s-a*"!": aehooner Ownera' AMociatlon Pilfrtm S '• Ui-. Iii Tsaurli U ill. 11.11 It.Ill <*s I usl Hlalll'lll iiwir BarbMkn CuaM Kto' • i S S Haban. D-.n AurHi.. Uruauay. Vino llan-iten. Alroa Pennant. Nidarholm. Semlnolr G % • t. Sollten. Spriniwave. Huliria. 3a'i1<>' Cuatodian. Abratujn Unroln. MyVen. UtTVOII l-.-^ rail i .uti. Baron Btoll I i%  enl Panther. Athelrtane. Manipui. Amer!... Veipuoci. Ciranrlno. r. Bral. Nedon Ran P reianw. Bi.an.>. Oulfra) P AvlU, Helii. H ZQ., ISeaera. Sun Indian Reservation. Ruaaail Trader. Alpharca. TModoKua. North Haven. Ladv 't-ourf. dnd M T Vikiir.ti Don"! Tell Your FrienrtN Tell uM AlKn. .1. The AHvwiite Pays For Bmm Dial 3113 Day or Nieht Andre iitaa. Said an official: "Maybe has been lucky, but nil l:e If Kiuuh." He Len.ii %  now plays left md dai of tht team. And No Wnmlir Mr. RICHARD TYI I I congratulatory cable U Inning tha EUgh jump, told vale Road %  •Wa have bean ke>ed up here. Naturally, during the night wa %  daring what penintc and somehow the 'nippers felt it. They woke about 4 o'clock." The nippers" are their two David, who will soon be four, and Hume, aged 2} Mi. Tyler (Dorothy Odam). |0 in March, c-an jump highef than her height, ftft. Sins. Hei Oh/mpk CJanws jump was 5(1 nini Clapham born, she member of the Mitcham i |b when 11 Ud train;* there and %  '• at the Tooting Bee fee wag in the WItAF. Far Twvali Mi Tyler*i athlettci have ink, OarHol I % %  unpaid coach at a Bed. te and she also bttaraati UirUf ath l,ii.". when --he has the opportun%  She baa Uvad In her present %  i ilpe were broken MiGleet B Mrs Glen Haig. one of England's woman winners at Audi spare time She has a husj lob as medical .rds oflVei at the R I pital .. Miss Mary Janws. ahi married to a I man Has been fencing about 13 vears and is now utxmt M Olympw finalist an.l twice British Opei i hampion. li in tteau prartt, lU'iutui.. i feg) ri awaiting In i ground an.i njMMI -L.EB. .\itaivi.s-it> B.WJ \ TiiiNmAn m*fo Michael SimpMfl. IM> Bakk. %  Loej MaiitHot. Buel %  runs. Chrl* Crobln. ltolwi Aaatna Paul-Charle*. Wuodley Anthuny. Scott. Itotoert Joitr-. Hedwu Walker. Stephen Shoul. Isn Shoul. Michael Sur.p ion. Clyde PhiUlp. Grace T ice Watwn. John Ella Vallnl. Ferdlr.an'! Vallnt. Alan V-li' Lloyd Greenidae Teoflbi Bodriaiie". %  Teran, BnHIp HarmoBu Man l'er-ad. Robert MacDcnald. < Baoa, A *:•.-. Ctnlull. Amtioiiy G^rna. Aille" I-. ird Jordan. B Qulnn From VT KTTT5; Elva Benjamin. From LA GUMBA Juan V Ovon I. HI. Cab-. !'K. Eduardi. rule Fake%. Ondrey M. Pake* Cannen Maatlam. l*>nor Daanlno. Luiaa T w il.on. Maria T Beinrbeitia. JoaUxna liefina r>e Herrubeitia. EdIti-leru Brandt. UaSali %  bouri. Clara De Brill U-turo B Brillei o A Tamayo. Crmn .oan. Rlvero Machado, Nora Machado. Julio Mai hue/. Ju-ef.ikj M.. I Hun. Laura \ la Caatro. Mar* I %  %  An.lJohn Lahoud. Maria Lahoud. Manbel Lahnud. fc.j Ari>mendi. Benjamin I_K.ri.e M-ria I^Gianae. UUu LaGrana*. FTanfahm Ba>, Robert Gkfiin. man, Dom CarmeU llanrig.ir Jt t i i gaBa ajajiiinin nolle l.-::i-r-'.-;. De E.|da J..-. E.oaJa. GraclaU Gorlo Cl..i,clelle A' %  %  Riu Ben%  l.nan. Mrrcede. He Peie* %  %  De OIMTI, Ceeiii* ThIrlfue*. AlOurilerre/ Iilr-ARTI a--K. n I \ I FM TRINIDAD Me. Enid Carnv Si!*, Udetie Chona. Mi.a Marlorl* Chan. Mr William Malnaot. Mr I Mr Michel I I h ai-ialil Mi Rulpti Worrell. Mi ChaMt%  Downie Mi II. Mia. IVA i. i ted Bethel. I, Mi Uordan W..II la) CharWR.im| ML Jan narina, Mi N Walkei i n %  Schmidt, I Sam :• I J GODS WAY OF § SALVATION MADE PLAIN k BTOaa S. Roberts, S B.B.C.. RADIO PROGRAMMES T-c-'dii Aarll I. lew 7 a.m The Nam 1 "> a m Nw Analyd hi* Ori-he*lra 7.4S am Oenerallv SpenKinl M .< | in an*. Proaranmie Parade. I J in Cloae *iun 11 I* ' P" 1 New. Aaalvau 12 IS \> <• %  Ac I • D m v Sniia Parade 4 p.tl The Kew4 l p.m. Tha :, i i utHiraurts Voice of %  : I'arade S.SO i>.m. Sandv .11 Iht Theatre Organ 6 p.m rMrd Pr.krBmme 7 p.m. Tha l in New* Anal' 'Vcitward Ho '45 p.m. Letter trum Londati t V m H-1..1 Kewared S.IS p.m. mei H:U p.m Souvenir, of |fi 10 u m Home .. 18 p.m. Carm p.ir1 from BliUln. II p.m. The New I iJB'QJS* oamthen maht TWO SPECMAL LM\f. s — FOR — 0te FLOWERED CREPE-DE-CHINE Soileblf for Evening Dresiei or Occasional Woer 82.39 Yd. PURE SILK CREPE -DE -CHINE n While, Peach & fUih $3.41 Yd. — AT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street 30. Central Avenue. Bengor, ft. Ireland BOXING! MSHI BOXING! TO-NIGHT at the YANKEE STADIUM e will waneaa ona ol the moat BaeUc aaetaH '' %  ll "*" I H.itda at one of the North* !" Partake* -wet. Kannle Seaman of Bridgetown in i *rand return eonlei whkh thev fought All thoae who Hied the ,-airp. on Sun" %  ; 'reet to .1 lo %  *• Seaman ol thoae the ardent Aiht %  upporMT* ul 'hen ii'ipr" •' %  ".e grea; Joe Oana. And on the othar Improveil in .peed and ei-afi cmrryin an Jtcurie •tralaht riahl. So by ihto you can inurirr what will he the reaull* of a rthl hook, and a uraiaht riahl. ^GETTING UP II memmj findl jnu aa) hdfraaled, alJI %  aart 'tlyonitk*? II broken by hftul taaaing and luming Tear kKbeTi mar be la blame Whan %  aurludne*i|atoul at order, voui .leep aafen. Ta hah* yv Woer* rafain a narmal cendioon uac Dadd'i Kainar Pali. Dodd'i Kelp (be kidneri gel rid of peiwa* aad eicaaa acida in your lyrlani. Than vour uneaauMii dia|>pe> .au can enai* rnlful unbroken deep and awaka '•freihed and readv for nriiar play. Gat the lonuane Dadd'i Kidney Pill. Uday. Only 1 lor larar liatlle at druj ilarei 123 WILL OUR CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE ALL DEPARTMENTS OF OIR BISI1 WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE WHOLE DAY ON SATURDAY 8th APRIL 1950. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. Ll Easier Cards and Birthday ('art Dial 3301. Tha W.-ilher III DAY .u.i KIM.. 5 M a.m. lim >i i b ID p.m Moon (Lwl llujrl.n \[>rU f Luhhii. i> M i' in Hiiii n.ut i in ., „, M p m II -II KIIM KaiuUII || ...IniiKluiii nil .InnI Max lIU'l r.mpri.lurr I Mil, I Uu.J Dim lion urn.I i: I "It'll X I I %  i nln. per kmr hMumrlrr 19 am. I 38 ttl IX p.m I ; 4b Friendly Football Asmx'iation I.IIKA II Do h y fime — %  —— B y Jiiniin ll.itlo ER-UH-vVJ .', JR.-. '(' TJ E SPARRO.V BOVS ~\ % % %  ODOTr.e, '.. s< .NOT CETT'.V EHQ.-G* 3u&'M=9b iR E GETTNS READVTO\ ThEVHE iC.SaNSf IOUTOPTHESOUTHWEST-EP-M' -' •'''0^~Af3AiN,HUW? / /DoRNSTHEHOT I MAY6E I Ou %  TO RUN OUT ASljr^ \l ??*%. IT V.AS THE : OCPiCE rlAP LOOKED INTO % -EuPAN3THE -E SHEET BOTH) ^CKING IVMEN T/O 6yi=SiES ITCHY FEET%  VT-EN TUP 8ZZAR2S 8i-OA—SOSOTHE T~VNX 10 'SA-ES COQiv %  -ev. •>0'5< -7 -,.y rLAAIH HAINCOATH .It* l|.... .| H.|. UM 1. U* rLAITIt l.v„ l. ... ^fi,, ma k> .,,.,„.. ..,„„ .„ |,. H lUIIll rLAimc oaMBBa ACI II K ...ll I. W.ll. Bl.<> .M M C MI .M PW t I.IIIKI -II..*.|„ WhlU. Bi.w> I...... :n. i. . I IIILlim INM.II. |. HUH*. %  >..... I'm. .1... S— %  J*. • %  aoAiwAi luiiss siiar. The Amateur Athletk Association of Barbados Present* . _.„ li INNl'AL INTEKC'Ll'B AND LOCAL CHAMJE SHIPS CYCLE AND ATHLETIC SPORTS MEEW* On :EASm MONDAY. APKIL 1IITH. 195* •: At :KENSINGTON OVAL. Beginning al 12.30 p Under the distinguished patronage of His Excel" 1 the Governor. THRILLING EVENTS 25 Cone and see the improved Cyclists and Albk. our Colony dn baltle ou the greeu ol "Krnsinjl* Not a dull in.mini: Watch IV %  um, Carmichacl. Stuart, Keuar and """J Yearwoixi. Hume. Marshall. Lynch. Archer *! School Bo.-s—Clmrke & Company, thrill you (or" 1 Prices at Admission : j). KENSINGTON 4. CHALLENOK STAMfS ; 5 UNCOVERED STANDS 1/6 "'"'HMSL PLAN OK SEATS OPEN MONDAY -IRU *" CIVIC SOCIETY Tenders are Invited for the Bar RiS*^ J. W. MA Hon. S**L c/o Civic Society, Luc* =>



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TTfiSIUY. \Ptn. 4. Ml BARBADOS ADVOCATE Colonies On Tour LONDON A touring version of '.he nial Exhibition, which formed the' I attraction of the Colonial. Month in London in 1949 and %  :• %  IhJN ;.ti0.ooo visitors, is now bean l> arw I Ottlov 01 Information for the Colonial Office The Secretar. the Colonies has iiu operation of the Civic Auih, lain m ing for i tout win. I !U!W> The %  city for from two to throe weeap The Colonial Secretary DM i>roposed that the first week ol the inhibition's visit should be celebrated ;is j "ColonU on the lines of "Colonial Month Special meetim*. lectui. Him shows would be arranged, and "Jiopt, store*, aocietle and manufacturer^ would be %  their nwn aaael lenast in the colonies. The ettaM to whitli invitation-K>en sent, together with piovislonal dates for the exbibMkM are; Southampton, May: Bristol June; Cardiff. July Uv August; Glasgow. September rfnwinila uu^TS ne, October Bradford, November; and Btrmjigham. December -Tt.r Colonial Development Fund LONDON In reply to Mr. Rankin whi asked the Secretary oi state fai the Colonies (Bar. James Griffiths) the touti sum of uwnev alb from the gl2l millkn for development under the nu.1 Development A of the money nlloi.. %  pent; and how much hj ppem on Colonial Development in the pait flva a#j tiirtUti "Theare tnree Magi process of admin i:. •vnilnbLundei the VelopnieiU and \Vcll,ii.> Al | •llcH-atini: tha B130 million to Colonial Governments and •ervices; ib) a proving scheme Within the allocan.n (c) issuing money in accordance With the terms of appr". the cheaeai "(a) t'117; million out of the £120 million has been allocated date to Colonial Governments and central service* such as re aurvcys. training, etc the balance Oi 121 million remain* as an unallocated reserve. •(b) The total sum approved Car schemes counting against the £120 million is about LU4 million "(c) Issues made to date from the Colonial Development and Velf.ii>' Vote since the Act came IP" force on April 1, 1946, aiount to nearly £29 million. baues made in each of the last tOur years are, in round figures, aa lollow i AM *MTK* FOA TME Paul f SCAL ,?.cAOtMY l4o —IT 3.543.000 1947—W 5.340.000 1948 —19 8.355.000 1948—50 (estimate) .. 13.T10.000" —BIT Resigned In Prison? PAHIS. Edmond Hehak. Secretary General of the Council of Pree Crechoalovakia in Paris believes that I Llemeiiiis probably al* ffady was in a Moscow prison When he 'resigned." Kehak emphasized that he OOuldn't authenticate the Inform-ition, but he' said he has a letter from "very good sources" pf tiu.ii kttl March 9—live de) before tinaanounoement of cie%  resignation"—affirming Ih.x Cleenantu alnaad %  fi-^iner in Moscow. \7hothai Uiis means a big Rajk •pe show trial in Moscow ox obU\ mil m ,i Siberian slave laboui camp for Clementis. Rehak aeuldn't guess. But he is certain It will be one or the He also affirmed that the whole trial, light down to the last dnmn ilnt! Catholu Auhbisfco, Joseph Derail has bean completely prepared and the Caachosaa. Wkian government is m*t wait* iii: i propitious moment to alert it. — I MM. Increase Imports COLOMBO. Aaeit I Increased kmporU aujed loo fillion rupees from non-dollar gt*ea may be allowed tan under the revteed .mpert ireaaai uaiiy rell%  ( i Is stated tt Ixi glVU •wuddle Isss" goods, and among I -o be inaneased axe automobiles, boarg, Hrrtts and foods, increaset' hone) he allowed, but 111 ta expected in %  pi Rr^U-i WHO WON? i CHESTERFIELD, Kng Two chaaa club players bath fell •Bleep during a match, and upon farakaning neither could remem•er whose aaave it was. They %  ant a letaar to the Chess AaaoclaU.-n explaining theii %  rndJcament am. aafclnc won the fame. Than •waiting a reply. 1 %  C.P ) One Way Traffic LONDON. ng Yun, Korean \ Britain ha r*y| li R ht to th,north, and the people than to the South %  quantly. merchange or ralation North and South." TV Bl-ynar-old envoj ii thai Aral aaarnaa Ambaasndor to 1 ihaving some difficulty In becoming acclimated. that has struck nag moat nDoa i arrived here soiru' waakl ago." he tated "It is most noticeable in food ana ^oods — things which people enjoy, like a good beefsteak." Tchi-Chang Yun. who -pent 10 years in America, is in. his wato and MUM chO miiine in Seoul. He ami a director o| the Bank oi Korea the .iiplomatie service The new Amba Ml between Rritain and Korea He helieves I sood potential market here for Korean leaf tobacco. -INS TAX ON HEROES LONDON. Now the Uutivh Revenue oti" % %  taries of tha IM British llnboal atatlona rocelved ii Ian iiotiii's that lifeboatnu!. let's and cash awards over $140 a vajaj Bat avlni Upwraoawd . liable U tuxatu>n "It is a man save %  I lifeboat crews amount to more than $280,000 annually. Awards ha British Itoyal Nation: Institution cording' to tha i in umafa %  Liaaboal amnwalm in Briiain Iginaa (aa ol • . %  *7i.aa. Qthei members of tha 1H> boat crew* r< they put Ail t)w ruine ra the *me for all U oants !,,, -he lial t> hours and then JB cents an hour. | live-hour sent' aatsslng itircraft N t.W Aiiotnar crem was awaiu< 114 • %  < %  i %  ighi A D. Burnett Brown, Nayal akRiona] Ule4KMt likstitutloii, aaW the lnUnd Bavenue have lied about tan Thirly-se\rn v*-ar-old Denis Prioa, coxswain ( Margate (Kent County) lifeboat wbicb o paaa t aa most:, hazardous Oootaction W> have aiway> bean undaw ine unpression that our morw-> taxable" in of the lifeboat. which also operates n tr. said. '! wonder wh-; $!• worth of rescue WOT i SUN P CRAW1.EY DO* Bngai ay treatment i doctor for a voung VNM "' a member of bathing Association— (C P i Window On E uroBw De Gasperi Steals The Thunder BY MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM LONf> SIGNOR DE GASPEWS GOVERNMENT hn IH.I been pullmi: m punches roccntlv u is determined U) auaih ane pnseni wv at strikes and dbavden Uat an beau (•nKineered by the i-Mivnus ,1 BJghl nd Kt'ft m Italv fof lew BJKl order introduced hy Ikilv's "sltoni; man" and Minister ol InU'iioi. Sigrtor Scelbe, in Olude a ban on factory meetings and on the hawking ol unauthorised newspapers in ttie sin. .-ttons on pro^ossion, an increase in ihe sue ui ih %  trt-ngihi nnl do Gaspen's hand most bet bevn the pledge he lava B to break-up partuMy the Sg estates. The Italian Prime Minurter'a proposals Bar land reform will help to ease a piublem that has long been crying <-ut tinsolution. For there is rani miserv 9outh Mali Last year land peasants in Apulia, and Calabii.i. wen the Comma il tl itot ideol.-n,..! oraglB. Two same is tree < fKcupied' now un the borders ol the Rlvai Po m the North. The Italian peasant If revetting • inat in icMgnor da Gasp.. distribute land in aboul 250.000 Southern families Tli. igntlj io this project In apllt un Ihait %  %  %  formidabi. toganiia I iii verj leeaaM from twentieth ivntury re.... renti>. fo when m % %  rang up one of the arealtl Uheb (o be expropriated, Prmce Alessandru Tnnonui I under stand he aanl 1'i.n es are not called to the u But unless de Gaspen in, there %  Small ( han'. : ,n Creece The raa rts*ll> expected it wool present stale parties In i ed by the Pop,. Tsaloaris. bring the King beck dent wey war t>4d made it cat some aupp little more r umber of eats 60 on' a suiia r. eeaaaaan o| uk the %  it had been agreed by the three Centre Party leaders. M. 1. i the larg%  to form •• %  (Centre Progreeuva Union) -with the other two leedetl acting ;ui deputy Premiers. This might have been the best solution en the whole Qeneri I P reecf/i few "atteng men Being a iibei.d -lightly leu -.1 centre, he would have been tolerated by most of the pai I Left who. with justlfk. | that, if the election results showed anything, the;. Right. But now Greece Is to be ruled bv M. Venizelos' party which has only 55 minorilv %  %  largely wi tha support of the PonuUatl for the strong Government that Greece needs in order to faf the immense work of reconstnw cad' %  : i.niii> rwaaeetruoUon Ainera'.iii funds—is the DM lem facing whafe sits ;it All I %  For :iu At prea cut. however, most (ireeks are do their work ftN I .:iies have era I, thougii 'iuite undjei hatred for Communism vague desire for 'reion. are muni neas. And %  t some time. aeeii i uoii*. H aa not it wUl Utrn out to IK' .I doak personal ambition. < ( ,, the Greek's Inherent indn the desire dan to become a i>art> rlamn %  < • • %  p iitico %  %  and Qe* %  tent* 'ii In the 1 man fric: I : %  %  and peanli ihnculu i laaet %  i %  German IT %  %  %  1 ihii annht %  3erman problem ^4^B i Bj theme oi i %  occupation %  best known % %  Put out the 1 ihe eaaoHo ni> that bilWu PAGE THREE 22 Million Britons Have No Bathrooms lONDON .in half the people ol I athrooms at •an tub In front oi the open lire. ..led in %  Kational s-iai 3 6.( 00 homes For Export Only: Rickshaws castle, hi. exporatna %  i tinti wuli %  %  %  %  %  thvehicle-, in the LN.S. I %  civil am ortad '" %  %  I tite (ah and %  Many voted (or a I Front — including S.. arhh n has advanci d aopo % %  .v. ataaJ aaaa piuinise between the Athaaui and the Ian k minln ide A Railna.v in the Balknnv Winle -till in the Balk.. %  let to i fiitiu. proacheiiient twlwct, Ore. Tito The Aim alt* i agaged %  nd They are of th*' /at ii a •'ource of fric W / ', f IHOW PBOPUS 1IOI.1 Hilly H.. bJ nightclub I Ann Sheridan a %  Brro) Ki' i i %  % %  %  H %  u overlng by the Scientific Committee of the Mlnthat one faaaily ead aiaaa a bau%  n 30 barn* In 'ban 25 iK'recnt hcot their bath d pans. the higher income yroups — familiea aaetaaaj more aeav-ane paeaeet aahlng lacilities. In the :roup iwe acatn aval) iiir \\ONI;I; KAI.M u VALDERMA' V.\L1>IRM\ \n i i.ti. Balm. Minuins powerful non-irritatbig antkrpltcs in | m KmuKiun Base. Ii si„ps the i.ih of rapidly spreading microbes like sUiphtUrorm* and su-epioeoceas. which i aene Berber's Bash. ROHM Impel IIO and Kln*wrm. i M \ MltMCM \ for :— Barbers R ( ,|, lmpriio. Boih. Athlete's Feet, etceU. A HOOKERS rtm) DRUG STORES LTD.i I .md Alpha I'l irmarv IU.sliues •ex.e*c.*>t.v'-->','-s.*--. -.'. surgical Itre-isinss rtaatera aanwaaSH nrinkinc ruoe. Hot Water Belilrs IIT aps Ol'R PKlNCKIFTION OKPARTMENT IS SECOND TO NONE IN BARBADOS. Semi tls roar nest freacrlatlon COLLINS' DRUG STORES ^*-.---.-.-.-.-.-.o<.-.-. At Your Service vkillnl sinff md Modern Kquipmenl FOR • 9PBSDV :m.i I:XIM:I:T KI IMIS*• MAINTKNANCE • SI'MIK |>ARTS • me illlVKi: • SPRAY PAINTING See us lirM (or REPAIRS ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET. 'hone. 11.117 U Simp I2li Pnrls T nit A/e* fast J &r/iome \ SPECIAL CLEARANCE %  i and the aim <• %  '-ilkLi to restore it ;..sed > Kaanaan'i Pan RtWng Dry Vent. sSc^cT fash without nsftige&tii RECORDS Now i< y,i.r ipportunii) i u obUin a selection ol lot UIMI r. iik'h a— SOMEBODY ELSE—NOT MS p m HorrU STAYING AS HOME f tu WtU „ A nosrwn SPINFT t^ ^OM BIAUTirt'l. IMS Jot Lou BUMBLE MOOtl Frrity Mni BLUES OP T1IF SOUTH to ta Armm*g BLUES FOB YKSTKHUAY UlJI._J PEOPLE AIIE fl'NNIER THAN ANYBODY Sftkr Jtmm LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK. MA .. SpUM JoMt DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. %  J



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. \PR1 L ), ,*. BAKBADOS4ftAOVtMTE f.^-..i I ky Tbu UWM C Las•* area* wu I Tunday. April 4. 1K5B i\oi Cricket YOU muit come together and speak with one voice, say those who have sold the idea of federation to the leaders of West Indian public opinion. Only if you speak with one voice, only if you unite can you expect to have anv influence, they •aid. Well the British Government has spoiled this argument. Some other will have to be brought forward to convince the West Indies that Great Britain is really interested in the welfare of islands whose hijtory does not represent the proudest page in the story of the British Empire. Because if there is one thing that the West Indies did do in Grenada in February it was to unite. They had come from all over the British Caribbean and their delegates had listened with great moderation to the persuasive arguments of the British representative at the conference. Mr. Bustamnnte. Mr. Gomes and Mr. Adams, the three great West Indian politicians (if by "great" can be understood the attraction which they exert in their separate important Colonies) all advised moderation. The West Indian Sugar Producers, they said, had asked too much. They had asked for more than the West Indies were actually producing. They wanted a guarantee for at least 900,000 tons, whereas in fact the West were only producing 725,000 tons. Let the West Indies ask for 725.00" which is their estimated present production and the West Indies would haw i to be thannful to the British Labour Government for not actually causing unemployment in the area—even though they cot-ld hardly thank them for any prcfrrent al treatment. In less than 48 hours, the roprettnUUvM of what were intended by the British rnment to be a new Federation, an embryo Dominion, had agreed that a policy of moderation m the only polii to conthe British Government thai the West Indies could leave hold o( and politic..; catchwords and speak with the voices ..f grown men. Ho have thy been di i me ' Londi new Food Minis: London," Kb i Ml Herb* "anil we will behave vei.. listen to the storv . %  have Inira al length from Messi I Campbell and Cuke; not to n ,-st Indian G Hi will Ualaw to you, but we on hold out little I that anything will %  the rest of ih" Commonwealth accepted what is I offer, and v. sugar is to y u. but "I COUI I impoverished little islands and you grants in aid and taken by and you are a I lb* pages of West India pifctty memorials to the Great m v.-i the wl i W|U echi Mr. Anthon) '• ' allocations before the Wi chance to go to En and st. v modest and reasonable request is not erlent Barbados %  tot-tunata tin', unA f i nt sugar allocation foi ndies as a I lkll > tO be from 640.000 tons to 725.000 I but she cannot help speaking up I rights of the area as a who! contribution to that solidarity which th" K resent British Government g %  r deareal ndah lor the Bntlah wart Indies. could only had shown half as much cone in Barbad. have been badly let down and a i. Government nas done It dence can we feel in any of their promises ? Only they can ai manly decision. I El l For Treasures tomniumsl %  % %  • %  ""* I111IJJ1 On Fossil Island Barnard WkWaed Has A Look A t Darkest Afrit a (three of them by me), and are probably thousands n the searching. Some clumsy ancestor ot ui.' ,'| modem elephant may h. A new communist catechism which has fallen into the hands of Spanish police sets forth 21 rules to be observed by party militants. „ In Spain, at least, the term 'militant applies to those trusted comrades who because .if courage and ability, are given the dangei T-.ents involved in the mnd operations of an outlawed group dedicated to overthrow of the existD, V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPEC,A„ a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNA* VIA. i-ike V ictoria 4 i.uy>lil Wy The 1 Alt. the but explore!! JMBta „,._._JS|_., ually stumble on a Lost World rttraant* hill ol strange people or extinct ..There were probably snakes immals So I thought that before this simian Eden, but the rea Sff-mf M 2H*"* K""~ uus or Perhj,^ ^-grjj;ky chores inc„> o ....,^rjffi"21S'fc SS %.eap„ dlh ,, or r ark and thre. ? Uiem 0 lb. ^^^"^L, Station of in Africa, bu, in„uirles showed ^S^"* *?SS*2?£ 5ia3 a & "- •" ,h tha, I might Si •*!..* cro ^ n ^.JVmTu^i. OardwI of Eden.a patch no.more .h/crocodile which P^'n tbeir tree into the water ing government. -perhap* a naughty ape-boy ( Thlsl nsky chu res include acts of saboM ('null? %  M irnkl: PINEAPPLE .Ue.Tlai) tl M IltlMUAU ORANGE i GRAPE EM-IT m VIM CLEANSER (Large) VIM CLEANSER (Small) .... uiai %  „,,.. .„.-.., ..,.-.-.. -crocodlle8 at* uiem in thousands. *^* !" "• •* %  <. ,——.. !" S ,,„ m Li" e SSS" .cSSing Ihelr rX. in tne n£d than 30 yard, square, where .ho and still not succeed. ~ ,.,__,,, rnanlrd h i,t, seeds of more than ,0 kinds of So when I heard oa, ient.Be dr S%p The mud&^"^ fruity nut trees have been expedition setting out to an crocodiles' turned to stone 2£*$nS -nner, turned ,. fossi, ^ A ***** Of are just as fXtieu a ,r~, *Xz She was delayed, and instead ol it over they find something new. And in a lost world inci uiey m^ p^,,^ Rusinga a t night, as she though so far no one has discovmuch loss dangerous. usually did. she steamed past it ercd a fossilised ground-nut. ... *,-;-.-,TLat dawn. There were roses in the garden, I orlOlM** aasr Qjjp 0 ner pastengers was Dr. too. because I myself found some Si/*Ol* i ."*• L S. B. Leakey, an archaeologist, fossilised rose thorns. who trained his glasses on the The only trouble about the So here I am. the first white unknown island. From the conplace from the gardener's vie*reporter ever to set out on formity of the rocks he guessed point was the plague of snails Busings, the fabulous isle of that it might contain fossils. There were millions of them fossils in Central Africa. Since then he has been visitSixty varieties have been idenu•Avt million years ago j n g Rusinga every few weeks, fied already. Some of them laid (which was only the other day. and over the years his finds have eggs ttz big as those of the robin, geologically speaking) the island unfolded the story of this bygone in the evening, after a h l ad was part of the shore of an paradise. sweaty day in the lost world of ancient lake to which animals |||%sjiil#*|* ('amf stone, we returned to the motorcame down to drink. % %  _, II I DOflt ,or a beer ane join 'he su'alloics. the 'itghtinyaiVj. and the redshanks that are nout forminff up into parties /or the fhahf back Jo England—and the spring. Londen Express Servk-. Poliiir.il > si to nl Uv W..I. ttrowii Iloggfalgs •'an We Keep Order U illioul UV Oltea of partisan A geneiation is growing to The understalraig will thus eonpU...aiihood whose childhood was tinue. •net of the normal security ol When crimes are discussing this week a matter on home and the normal control ol they must be punished. But boil ,,, run. lugh ... Britain, the father. > imprisoiunenl. II. s. ,. rs UT. ro^g,, o.j,.! .,... rtaln That is not a short-term, but :. what .1 was before the .g-lerm problem. A generation apart from some Borstal pnso.isaghl up amid the destruction w ithout-bars, no new prisons of properly and life on an unprehave been built. dmpuncaredented scale Is not apt to he So some 2,000 prisoners are beUon The real I pressed with the larredness of ing accommodated three In a ceil %  hall en •—" ether. much s !" 11 " s Meat there .s the problem el "I concerted action against prison IpornottO |he war-time deserter, forced to ottVcen lhan when pri> Uva underground and often b] accommodau • Ing. criminal means, because he cangreater risk that what But mast .t would ,, ol lawfully acquire an identity tei.ee IU do to a prisoner is not do no harm to youths who ctri or raUon book, without to reform him, but to complex bludgeon old age pensioners of 92, disclosing his past. The police his criminal education orpm.rparafflnonano." „ anuiesty here, bu" Like the police forces the pns..i. ,„at .,n.l then set It alight, or stone Qovermnenl have so far refused, services is grossly undermanned, .leath in a s uortages and high prices and for much the same reasons commit any one of the innumerable have | enl „„ i ncrC ased value to But the Home becretary bas re horrors of which we read In the hl proceeds of tl.cd 'used prison officers even the papers, If thev e\, >.al way of dealing with modest increase given to tne of the pa." th>y Inflict on oil „f curs.-, to prevent it police. the proposed abolition H owr Through the police? But all Public alarm about the crime punishment, we feel let „ V cr the country there is a shortwave is fully Justifled. Nlgnta „ „, watchmen, bank clerks, l We are 4000 short in London office clerks, cinema managers I lit' NNHH alone, and probably 20.000 she.' n in their own homes IHK posed, over the country as a whole I .'.safe. Hie policemen we have a us on lot of their time is spent In lrsa*rrt'lll eiim ii.eil„^us t |." ...I ll.e ii.>.iad regulaUons to That corporal punisl. %  il 1" %  • ..huh we are subject, and ol deterrent I make no doubt. It de.lo withuhieh the number and sometimes ctr „, nlc The Govennnent h..., Hi,-character is such as to diminish no fo^ either. For it p llogging iesl respect for law itself. corporal punishment for attacks poet of a DeIn these days of full employlin w-rt i ersparunenta I hi 1938. ment and social security in old u/hen you have seen, as I hav eanendeei a ge. men are not drawn to the S(M ni a s trbng man full ol hi' its abolition, and on the teet that iKiliec force as _they used to be. and j nW iiig en ce reduced to the ..oolishod. abolition by the prospect of regular level of a permanent r oron by a communist cause. mob violence and a thousand and one other tasks requiring nerve and some degree ol intellii.ence. The word 'militant", here is synonymous with "activist', so the first rule of the new ist handbook specifies the adoption of an action name'' by each militant comri h This new name, the "catechism" says, must be neither weird nor exotic. It must not be a nickname such as "Shorty", "Slim'| "Whitey" it should be an ordinary namei such as Joseph, Peter or Manuel—one which is quite common and not likey to excite | attention. This new name must be used by comrades at all times in referring to one another so. that the real identity of militants may bei safe-nuard from class enemies and police spies. The adopted name may be changed for a new one whenever prudence counsels. Second among the regulations laid down by communist leaders is that addresses of homes and places ot employment of the respective militants should be kept in secret j from their comrades. This is intended to protect members I against arrest in the event a traitor should their midst or some member shouia under police grilling. Militants must at al ltimes lead a quiet and circumspect life at home and at work so that neighbours and fellow employees may not suspect the nature of then '.asks in the communist party. mle is to be observed to the point where the activist should join church and rightist organizations whenever necessary to maintain the masquerade. Before so doing, however, he must consult with his superiors and abide by their advice He may join no organization of any kind without specific consent. He must never permit his home to be usea is i place for meetings of any type except possibly small families reunions. Militants should never haw on their peisons or in then h >mes any incriminating documents. Neither should they make any sign of recognition upon meeting one another in public, whether alone or accompanied. CocnrnunM militants are urged to cultivate friendahipa outside the party and to avoid correspondence with other party members. Whan lannlies or relatives are fellow commence with them should never bear on political subjects. The activist should refrain from discussing! parly matters even when he or she la onably certain that the person addre: BflOt. This includes the husband or wife of the activist ami other members of his or her family. and other public places are to be avoided as much as possible and the militant I is to refrain from group discussions of a political nature. Above all. one should never allow one's self to be drawn into brawls or altercations 1 of any kind. No activist should make any reference in public to the arrest, return to liberty, or .aveillance of a comrade or the fact that one has gone into hiding. •lid he usit any other militants who may be in prison. In making a contact with a superior to e orders, the militant should be at the ien.li'7.vous promptly, and should take all precautions against being followed. tinal points outlined in the "cateechism" for communist activists deal with their "moral" obligations to the party. He must contribute, and encourage contributions by others, to movements which will further the long-range interests of the §AVE YOUR CHICKS; WE HOW Ofta GALV. MESI WIRE for FISH POTS & UlltklV It In 1 Inch, 11 Inch. 11 Inch mesh from 18 inches to 72 Inches wide — Ala* — J inch, | Inch by 4 feet GALVANISED LASHING WIRE from 10 to 18 Gauge WILKINSON ft HAYNES CO., LTD., SuctHftn, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD, PHONES: 4672; 4487 — Beekwith St, MKi) ood /^Specials HOLOGNA SAt.'SACK ... per lb t MOWNYFLAKB CAKI Orange. Vanilla. Chocolate and Ginger per pkg, IX1WNYFI.AKE CAK! mncake HF-.KS1. 12 02. tins I LEG HAMS ....... per a KARDOMAII TIPS TEA Mb pkg. ENGLISH ICING SUGAR lib pkg. .si I l \NAS p er B J MIXED PEEL SALAMI SAL'SAGE J 1.ITTLEMOOR SCOTCH WHISKY per hot. ears shown Involved the .....I the slx-da> week.wni.n^. |hemJelw< |o te morr „, ,„ u> ., That war the break-up %  %  **? %  !!*_.? wVlh "icaluv and with the mind l„. otiui is not* houses for ponce ^ B „ Uini ,„,„ ,„,, House bo m bi n g i the IHH-I8. Iron, w luel. in IS" „f Si. Stafford Crtpp* lorbids more Common.^ It ma> le than the recent modest riM and poral^ punishment Mr Bevan forbids the second another example. f be that corwill provide —L.E.S. He must be on the constant lookout for new lecruits, but should study each prospect careliilly and sound him or her out discreetly i il y score before making any recommendations to his %  uparion If the militant carefully observes the foregoing set ol rules he will, the authors set forth, piove a credit to the cause and will help hasten the day when the proa shall rule the world' (l.N.S.) OUR HEADERS SAY: Adult I < %  -Barbados If I .'be. ill— ml itnwd I i lid tit Bducatl the AdvcrUsing culunuu uf vout manu.i fwwsuapcr) Mr W E Styler mic study. If they -re to conOnly a little over 44 per cent of the ti nuc their education of I ** mbtii of the c i s t shad left f rC e choice, classes n achool at fourteen, and more had Uv baen to some kind ol grammar unacadi school. 0\-cr to psa professional, clerical, or highly Early in the o skilled workers; less than 15 per a notably successful cant ware described as "sei aUlled labour" and "unskil labour god coarse manual wort Theae tlgurw may not be surHorse," arranged al the i i is' Union, ana it was by one hundred %  i Ulla itself sums up the secret of the right approach. u bore directly on the Job In hand. This is not to say that all adult m need be strictly vocaThat will always be important, but a man's hobbies, like 'iy or rabbit keeping, are no leas a gOUH * he educationist. The need foi popular ways of approach should be seriously considered. The present system of educational selection, which is. perhap* fortunately, not yet perfect, tends a all talent from the mass of the population and to guide it upwards by a separate path. It becomes all the more to see that those rejected on academic grounds are encouraged to sharpen their skill and practical nee in ways that attract lo your taVdei REAUF.H opinion that one ol the benefits conferred on the community by the Housecraft centre is thai "some of its students can equip themselves as domestics." Do you really think such a benertcient result Is to be expected? 1 ask the question in all seriousness because a chief trouble and problem of many overburdened housewives today ;. nag VafJ great difficulty ol ob-aining competent and willing ami help in the numerous and urgent duties of the home — especially where there are children that need care and training and good examples. a return to the point and discuss it with your usual breadth of mind and practical commonsense. HOMEKK.K which. 1 can only hnpe. will be allayed when the npi*: signs are released: perl lust an opportunity arlU be sciz.'d to produce something the occasion. The postage stair.;". issued for use throu;' C:own colonies have fur long provided %  of beautiful colour prln:. excellent Iltch BIN! . issuing eo.. .' mother -er of the adhesive postage stamp, has confined herself, with very lew exceptions indeed, to purely symbolic and emblenvtie designs, in which the portraits ol .idmiitedly. ha excellent. frames and backgrounds rang...,; from the : On Uf George Crown colonies all received < %  Windsor Castle in a worthy setting: the United Kingdom suffered a set ol stamp* whose background impressionist wallpaper. Tv peace issue after the late war, which could so easily have hau %  %  •H pictorial theme, in eluded in this country a collec lion of symbols which to man., ggMttod ..nythii. .^ Is it pol that any. I %  thorilatively on the policy of o' Post Office in these matters c. explain why it Is ti not allowed, in cith r nl or special issues, to postal services of her < i WALL PAINTS "Lagomatl" Flat Oil Paint—for interior walls oajf. S7.g3 per gallon tin. QU)U .'AIMS Kill IM1.KIOK OR EXTERIOR Wtl WORK AMI MKIALYtORK "La^oline" Undercoating and "Lagoline" Enamel. Black, Browns, dreys. Greens, Blu and Reds, V* L'puards from :.< per %  ..-pint tin; S1.44 per pint lin: ttMt quart tin. SH.S5 per gallon tin. Tr> these superb paint*. row** DA COSTA & Co., LB Hardware & Electrical Department on March 28, you ventured the V AlHMliV -Philateiisu h. %  m a London paper. %  news that th* special postage stamps for use during the Festival fills me with apprehension, UTTERS whicb are signed) wtu a iwrn-de-plume. but un aecaaaaaaied by Uke cwteasmry beaa tUea, will be ignored. Many sach reaeb UM Editor S deak each week, assd readers are again reminded ol Use sMoeaalty lor Uie writer's aaaae to be ksMwa to the Editor, not far pablicaUea, Muu aaamraswc al gawd faith.



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TUESDAY. APRIL 4. 1930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE KnockedDown Federation Will Stave Off Must Pay £2 ByHitAndRun Communism In W.l. For Damages Says Local Politician PAGE FIVE Driver The State Of The Alleys A T ABOUT 3.4.1 am on Sunday. Allan Mason o( Marlcv Vale. St Philip, was found alont East Point Road suffering from injuries to his feet, hip and shoulders He was taken to th General Hospital where he was treated and detained. Mason alleges that he was knocked down by a motor car which did not stop. The police arc InveetMRlUDg the matter J AMES (IRKEMIIGE of Kirton, St. Philip was admitted to the General Hospital suffering from a wound. Greenldge alleges that he was wounded 1 THINK that the federation of the West Indies should be brought about with the minimum delav, Mr I Miller. M.C.P. told the "Advocate" yaaterdiy, If for no other reason this should be done, he is the desire to stave off the menace ol Communisn. distressed areas, where most of the poor people live in slums steeped in vice and disease. 1 He was sayln, ,h,s because he SZm £2TE2!£ thought Communism should not nned ttamU be discarded lightly, since it Their Honour. Yesterday between 11 00 and Lour. ,.( Appeal. Mr. J. w. B 12.00 ajn. two cars could be seen i Ml I! A Vaughn in Finer ret Alter but the uucer yesterday reversed a decision of thing is that one was blocking Morris, Police Magisthe entrance "from Lower Broad irate of District V Mr. Morris Street while 'he other was blockhad dismissed a case brought mg the V, re This against Kenneth Murrell ..! Kiralley, which Ions ~ Death By Misadventure ilh a a appealed lo the suffering (lasses who would totally in enslavement wh 'jatc" %  ""' - gre£ whUe n h.,rS T 'i '" "?" ,h,n ""<** A "" v " """ with the car O-50owned bv Mr lh " ul "• > overcome. *!"* ?,.l .? ST M ur f'i ,' *"*' %  old '"" %  i "" 1 rlo,h l-loyd Cave of Andrewf Factors s,, n •* " ""uldered the ,'"* K Mr " building looked knocking around, and driver, by MUllceM Walker odw ""\ < '"' !" would be ,hrou h *"""> " d '"en Ml POOKS ALLEY: Has a very m§m wmm n9i ^m^ sa the %  — — i~— % %  •• 10 in*' ,imji. fiy me Ugh The skull was fractured and ^LruT y ThC "*"'" d,vc| l ""P 'bey saw Murrell s 3K :=^ KSiqi sss y &. at about 8 35 ,,,„ on Saturday on u! !_' s d f., or th e broin T"." 1 praise. Think of New 7.. :l l„ i "' rove a •'">'• "' W lhi 't increase Sugar and Allocation • From paar I for which Britain could I rontabeU, a^SttTSB skul^aSaur'T?'^ ^Si^, V^LSSTi ft "%  — '-Pany o, at the General Hospital fo, inE, r „ Mo^h.f. T "' d ""' c '<"" * m relativelv hli '" "a 11 """ !" 1 juries and discharged Sba Hill "•"">"}' "Progress Is wifin our reach witness, but on that partleulai ,." ""' '" •' %  % % %  zrzz^r zr arts * ••* %  >. *** th. .nbab-**. i,a„ s „ „i„ Ta^JLiSttM WlttAS K4S5 5Wt5JMB5! $40 was reported by PC. m token to the General Hospital by Vernon Waithe of the Central Millicmt Walker. On Frida. ng out for advancement, and ^<'stoo th.t UMJ walk buy 18.O00 tun, %  Police Station. He .said that -.ho March 31 he sawlum iftbi Gen!" V'SettS 'toSSrSTT" i gotlated. remui.' cycle was removed from Palmetto cral Hospital. .Street on Saturday. V ERY LITTLE rain fell over The Accident the week-end. From SalurIn giving evidence, Milllcent day morning up to 0 o'clock on C-ill said she lives at Lanes Land Sunday morning a total of 59 parts St Joseph and was returning fell. home about 6.45 p.m. on March Five partg fell on Saturday and 30 <"> Mount Wilton Road. St. up to 6 a.m. yesterday. This was Joseph. She slopped to take sheldivided between St. John and ler "nder a shed when she saw R St. Joseph. boy riding a bicycle at a fair Bridgetown, with 14 par'.s. speed going to Mount Wilton, recorded the heaviest rainfall on The bicycle had no light on it Sunday and up to 6 o'clock yesAs the bicycle passed she saw ; terday morning. car coming from the direction o* The rainfall returns for that Bridgetown. period were: Bridgetown 14 She men heard c.„ parts. St. George 3 parti Lb* i>oy who was riding the Thodlas 10 parts. St. Peter 12 bicycle lying on the ground on parts. St. James 2 parts, St. John the right side of the road leading 10 parts and Ueileplaine 3 parts, to town. The bicycle was Mom nation and partner in the British He was found guilty Empire and Commonwealth. The lumber valued at S4.80. the propion until after discui 1' Geddes Grant Linuted the Wesi Indian delei Corporal W.lllams ol the Bridge No Hope; He did not think anyone felt satisfied that n lit i great Importance t> the %  not onlv n th, people of that colony, but iii the it would prot DpuUUonfl land and colonl< I Replying to Evans said that 11 a concesatoi. was made to th. Chapman other Commonwealth n to one would demand coi hen he the same scale. Mr. Anthony Eden, Deputy Opposition leader, urged Itie C .proposals of the Commltti should be regarded as an appeal to the patriotic mind ju strongest possible incentive te child Street on April 2 when he the movement for a federal consaw Carrington with some lumber slitution with nationhood the ulHe asked him where he -as the West Indies might ,. ?o'ooi aw W from the bringCafVmgtou '„7 *„, he ,1" J"-"d already be.,, of the Pine Housing Scheme, sta" Wn. -.e wa, driving iSTSi ing into beimTof federation, satd Join, ,0^, some rum "" ££ w^t'' £'' wh^'SS'' ed that a quantity of clothing -50 alone Mount Wilton Road Mr. Millet would be to wish to H e became suspicious, .treated es had 7e, fn"V* eTsinte^Ve" belonging to her, was stolen from rjmlng from Bridgetown going to continue the domination of Downhim and look him to the nudge valuation ln r "" w ,nce !" Mr Herl n; Mm us,,11 leader of replied tba QOVOJ nIAIUIIJUIJ i\lit., rti.n jtvun iitiiri — %  • !" k .J n 11 guiiif, w -— %  — — %  —-• .mil the car with her. She was on for over 300 years, bringing no lne | ull|IJOr WM lde ntined as lY A llseln.li I el... .. • • ...l......^ the right side t| on as envisaged in the Commitapplied brakes. She the establishment of such a union to^rt b tnTveJ2?tli£' l 3 5he JT ">"'" !" 1 "*' s ""' " eaDlluiment or such a union iw ?^1, Vern n nl > "' ran to the spot and saw the boy would only be a decoy to continue at. josepn. lying on lne ground on the left the enslavement of the territories. Fenty right wrist was injure I side nf the road. Those critics had appeared and he was treated for it. The night was a little dark and through the centuries, selflsh peoF It Kilt: It It K Hlivrl-.. .1 meson she could not say if any rain had pie who probably would never of Chalky Mount. St. been falling before. When she ." I to the advanceAndrew, was injured when he came out of the car no rain was ment of the Lnhebltafstl of the was thrown from his bicvele on falling. area. He appealed to all who Saturday, near Blackman's Plan<,_ „,.._,.. ,. „ W "V endowed with the ubililv lo tation. St. Joseph. Boyce was J 5 *'1 H i u tch ) n f? n T, ho J s a loch 'orward and play their part in taken to the General Hospital l""!" I ? s ? ld ,h f M ., u ."' g" "' aki !'" f ? W ?t ,nd '" n V was treated and W" ,on „Hd is 16 feet wide. After tion looking only to oostnlty for was lreaiea ana lh< coUlslon tn( re WM a drig 1O |h( ,, r Icward the ear stopped. He mea—^—^— — sured the distance as 100 feet. < *>• inches. From the point of the imL,OUtH AmVi'H pact to Mount Wilton Gap il measured 72 feet. SCHOONER Burma D. (59 tons He arrived at the scene about n l arrived here from Trinidad Co, Ltd to tiiggle. EIGHT I.D.. twean f^onunonwealtl %  decline the rightof 010 in Jamaica '.< coma and talk, if .. hut it would i* .. ~ ..... 1 suspend negotiations for the James Chandler f Onnga rlUI bsaaatt <-f that deleg-Hon. Otherwas sentenced to seven days Imw \„ t h e balance with oil s Worship Mr monwealth countries WO we had to conI sider Whether, if Jamaica sent repres. i bould talk to j t nctt. we said thai would I >ut we felt we had to sa> 1 Mild not hold out hope would get a< > —RfUU-r Varleh Concerl M Mental Hospital ta ALLAN Q 0AR] %TX the ^lugh/ 1 !" • School an., I heol and Headmaster ol %  the Mental H over live years. The tunes he played reminded and .Ithougli sh.-els His ..iiangements ofl Kagtime caused the audience to rise their chairs, and some of th, !" j ent h ' that he played rSrgie^' TM living i MeCi ee" nd "^ :he ,.„.gramme with nder. Hawaiian Farewell ion. Mr George HoWei The light clal Hear You Caili b) Mi Cleaning Wil lehne. were Comic Ski lony Hinds, ., dramatic plai [Be Brass Don Km b" h> Mr Knight Ml All.c %  Diano interludes. pis N EASTER EGGS Fresh for your Pets ! Pl'RINA DOti CHOW PURINA RABBIT CHOW H. Jason Jonei & Co, Lid. Distributors. Butter Comes ivhero he detained. tURING the 11 o'clock Palm 1 Sunday Service at the Cathedral an elderly woman experiencing one of bar attacks of eUpsy, began to scream out. to the surD l FIVE hundred and lined butter, the second shipment of this scarce item to MII a week, was discharged for Barlwdos by the steamship Forr day. , I Trinidad. It wag unloaded there by the Mauipur from New Zealand, %  fantpsu* by the Fort Amjierat crates of cheese. SO kegbeef and supplies of onions, boneless beef, veal, lamb and mutton. : .Ami-urn brought large of oranges and grapefruit fit.in Trinidad for I don It left port last night for Martinique. Messrs. Da Costa St are consignees. The Dean—who was delivering his sermon at the time—told the children that they should not laugh when they see a person afflicted with such a disease, but pray for them. The woman was gently carried out of the Church by one of the vergers who quickly revived her. BROAD STREET KEPT BUSY Broad Street was kept busy yesterday as several shoppers made their way in and out of lh" .shops. Easter .is almost here and Infect, f 0r im! month "eie Tuberculosis 4; Diphtheria 4. drums of colas while tin ilerful Counsellor culled from St I-ucia with copra, cocoanuts. cocoanut oil. charcoal. Hi fresh fruit. The schooner Owners Association are local agents. Conference of Colonial Statisticians REPORT TO BE CIRCULATED ... l^HDON Discussions have taken place on !" November, 1948^ Mr J. H. he difficulties confronting sumhousewives arc busy shopping for WOr -*""."'•* in Port-of-Spain ticians attached to Colonial Govthe festival The pavements were r,oin "••wond to take up his apcrnmenU and agreement has l>een also congested as people either £* l,, n n %  M-tlitician to the reached in principle gathered on the side-walk*, to talk rr dad Oovcrnment. Now, leas "Cachulot M Letwes The m-ton motor 'Cachalot, which took March 3. tlnally left Mtiay evening for St. : lie to St H.ii i The "Ca.h.th %  late in Januar.v for docking purposes. Little ovei i spent before it wait tak* %  ne four or flv* weeks, on dock E Messrs Hanschell Larsen and lompanv Limitt.l this vessel. WhutsOnTodie. Court of Grand SehMotu. at ie.00 a.m. Merlins f llounc ul Assembly at I 00 p m M i i II of Lrtltlgllr I HUH ll At "i.00 p III Prorogation ol the Lrgnla Ullr il : 'HI p in Football At Queeni I'srk at 5 M p m Basket Ball. Harrison • aj Irsr ,i | 00 p in Mobilr < inrinit (irrrnland PUiiUlion Yard. SI An drew at 1 30 p m. Police Band Concert. Bay Strerl l-pl*li*dr tl 7 <-' % %  \snize Diary TUESDAY. APKII. 4 Krx is. i nliii lord. Prince Ford. < luiii. Ford. Lionel Ciibon, Arthur Ba>l*>) WUINESDAY. APRIL 5 ROT . aWaan Culisle Dewding. booking %T beauty in J^ed-^ime apparel? YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES Mmrrd B odies uiih irilleii shnilder ^raps. These are mlivi.lually Boxed and nuke Ideal girts. LADIES' ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES in Fiow.itii lant) LADIES SATIN NIGHTDRESSES Falhraliiri iruiiiii.,1 In Unite. 1'iuh and Blue. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. W'EATIIHIIIEAD'S | H i i-C'-r i n ,„, ,,,,,, luiici.. Eaetei f: in ii"v Lane) . Hollow leater :*. in lto\ iMidiuini si 04 Killed ii.ttr In in,.,, Rox SI 32 Filled I .,,!,, i ,, Foiled ., b ... 1 II (Israel In iiu. k i arrlagi n..g I aaiei lug iMed.J in im. J Oarrtsge Jl.u „ i are i.i.ir. i.c, ,„ii U ii, lllr and Bartei tent I/. i inn. M e wlit M ll ee Mi .ir Part, i aster Egg I'nmn. N.,v, It. .., 3/f Faster Fxs In (.1.1,. ". Iift 3/3 (aster %  .< %  in Milk im 2/j l.a.Ur Kg| in sus.r %  ewl ...2/3 i'i.-ih i Baler i; KI u m, r.ni.1,.1 iioii 8 „ I Ll. 1 I III. k |,|, I < MeelBle FK.* g/. %  I I 111 II Slum ttlNDOH l.n \.,„i .upplj To-day from Bifiu: ttivmniiinu LTD. Ilrud nf Bruad sirccl DRINK CLAYTON'S KOLA TONIC If" LAST ... TWEY'VE .UUUVEB CHILDREN'S ANKLETS n 111; UMI 4111 int. Sizes 4-9 in Pink, Blue, & While •'.. Iu l.tr. Ml CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd H). 11. 12, & 13 BROAD STREET or to have ;i look g| U; ; —• ,—" — --• r\\ ine coiniusmii o| me c i-auniry-i.tti-t.ding tho iii>: tMmm %  full raporl will be i eonference of Colonial culllftl lo ; ;1 29 CONFIRMED Twanty nine candiamaa — 21 males and B femalesfirmed at St. Peter's Church bv Bishop W. J. Hughes on Sunday twidardisation of definition At the i-oi.tluiion of the cont U> %  -nd ideas ana h ought likely that ceriain su f geatlons endorsed at the conference than ibt months later he is back in this %  StatisUcsafia Colon exchange of vie*: 11 of bring^irZtVr^vXZr* Sunda> m s mv ***** ot *tndardsaw i Ui tt a ater H-., ^ *(."' Tlie confirmation was perform*-.! tion into the work. ,„! r^i.i nmL ^i, T\ bclore a paikcti ('hunh 'h>h u. i_ . ,i inc *-o*clal ufflce to Colonial for the Aru Ihne in ,,'kra* wji ,J *S1'"£,"!Z' P !" "i* !" C ""' V GovcmmrnU In the lorn, .,( ,e brivllefM to the nfalc^andu 'Z^f '"' *".*" ".!" "" fomm.ndat.ons. ^oi ?J u n ,b.r, n c ,. m f.'r,Sni',: s .JVTS' un "' ''" Mr sw r ,o,d !" ""•~" h date. 1*. candldato ware n,e!" £ d "' """ "•£, ught th. conlertnc. had bn parjd by R.v. C C ConUOl To f "" Un C statisticians ., ol as .,„, and hod t ^^ Bishop rental have addressnl th. cooIO c)ear „ ^ ml tbe eddreesatEmoong and haw explained the iOM „„, anllci „.,„,„,„„ ,„ '"" JS > Trin d,d '" •"•"' ee u own particular Govern(.i OMETBI roa im HMII K "inr difflcultiri make it difficult 'or him to book a passage. > 11 i > Moodaj :iclng rou.,1 ^.n told to .:.: in squares. mtas/Mi NINE DROWNED IRID, April 3 ssaack capsiard in th" IIAM.F.II MOM \ CALIFORNIA Movi. stunt men's wag.' or Port of Passage. —40 ft, fall from n 0u, i.nt of speeding car 171 i. car crash: £100 %  Solvc-t tours Karly !! have the finest assortment 'it EASTER EGGS KNIGHTS'" DRUG ""STORES CHECK UP!! VOI M.\Y III in I It I so Ml OF THESE ITEMS VAI.OK STOVES-] III,,,,,,. VALOR STOVKS—Preeaure type BLOW ron in ^ I.I.I.i rRII \l LCA.NISI lis LSTENOB I II lldt Hill PLAT1 S I, umI Double l>n II I i I Kit I i.mi rVARMI Ks UIADIM. LAMPS OABOBN HOSI (U IUMII III COURTESY GARACE "I" I'IMI'S-Hand and Foot AUTO TKOIBI.I: LAMPS ASBESTOS IH'i'l COTTON \\ I I \l ill s \t I ESSOBIES lilt rCLl S ,!. i. ilaa ead PhilUfa Mll.l.sii'i PLOUGHS TIIOH LTD. DIAL 4391



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rvr.E six BARBADOS ADVOCATE TiT.snw. APmr, Gums Bleed Teeth Loose! MICKEY MOHSF BY WALT DISNE Y •..-=3= != _A_ j.v,r>.3i>* 9 : K. o. rwxxox . . HitHi.I..I. . iln llnl Mo mi.. lS fAAJV TO CM All AfTIW > TIIR LADY t MHLA MANNERS. Step Pyorrh ^ Trench Mouth in 24 Hour. a. or* TOuth,. i MouHi. or M< -ntuaily MUM .nfl nave to wa_. ._ tm# Sine* tha (rMI ih*** mouth dlaraaoa ha out tha world o that i-„ thai (our out of -vary ti\ paoahi?* .nil Hop ih-.* dli.a... •..(orJuffi* h* hrart trouble "^* Raw DUcavan Saves Taaifc A"oan. !b d.M %  .. ._ % % % %  ., „. ~* %  Ul.k Wy. 11 noJtr*t„. -— J^ 1 uf tha troubl*. •'& %  (ui ihe \rv fl'*t day i)i - li*M out Ot VOUf IIU.UIH. %  %  r.f Ir*lb Tha folluwing. |, IV II i>,iu>aa? I The Sign of the Shining MORRIS L'SMNERClAi ^/ e?/tft5f Mgmtio a Tmnnn'l pride in her home And us no NarJ work to hjep OMIT uin•omc 'Wado. pad* Jnd kg, polish lightly '"•" %  fit c... fit. HH • %  •*" IJO lf a llCf. mamr |ti<. IIIWO*^ IlllWIltll liiil .n oct lih (amjoiv n< .££, *";"" : **!) % %  'llkluj liOsrfl Mil.I %  IfOO -nnduu. •fat. Snihliit i.. %  !" tt **—"Sfi' ii never before WINDOLENE t^^^M FORT ROYAL GARAGE H* Pbone 2385 Dittribulori Phone *&



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ItESDAY. APRIL 4. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. PAGE SEVEN IN MEMORIAM FOB nwvi I love her -*• much. Bui God loved her best She w .isty yMn of age ohtn her pilgrimage on Mirth was over and oh what a nit* old soul She will alwayi be remembered by her family and many Mr Henry Gibaon Ihusbandi. Mr. Frank Oiwaal Gibaon iaon). Mi (iibaon . Mlaa Normi Eta in* Gibaon grand daughter. 4 4.M -In The uitderetgned beg. through this medium (a thank all those who tant wreathe, lotrm. letters, or In any other way expressed sympathy In our recent .id bereavement Mr. Oliver Row* and famil". 4.4 SO— HOUSES BOOMS4 bedroom*. Dlnlnr At Dr> Ba room. At "PVanadaa*" Bay Street Approved TenaaU. ) so—In *^ AI;T !" OT-Ona h*rnlaned Apart iiiant with sursr and Daten. Good Se. bs-hini For further partkruUrs DsiM. Alma lawbiay. i 4 St—an FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR 1-7 Heater Dodge Car Suiub %  o be convened lo Van or Pies UI J. Donovan, Society Garage. SIJohn. AltTIN CAM—One ill Austin 10. 1 seod working order. S food tires. N offer refused. Phone tlT3. 4 4 50—Ir gPP aV FARGO PICKUP AMERICAN TRUCK. Very little used. Perfect working order 33.000 Bradshaw Is Company. 44.50—an. VAN--IPH Uunei Fordson 10 cwt. Light Van mileage under 8.000. owner iinven. In good condition, for viewing .tpply: Ralph A. Board's Auction rooms. Hard w ood Alley, Bam. lo IS noon ii. :, 4 4 so—an LIVESTOCK PONY-*140f Apply: Ale*. Trot-n. Thornbury Hill. Christ Church 1.4. SO—Jn >RSC One reliable rldlne horse • %  Jnee 1130.00. Phone SMD 1.4.St—In. niVZ HOl'SE-Lucaa Street A Th f' Oroa prtnea wniinm ii,-,.,, StreetDial MM. Jl j so— t I a FOR RENT. Prorr, Ui April UpeU'ri f % %  ' % %  *> • Swan Street SuTub;' tor Agency or similar tvpe of buatr.rsi Cnniaegirrggsad lately on Prenusee No a Swan Street 31 J.SO—If n. lUTNOALOW. also Fist farina: •** Mfa mad. HaaOnga. furnished from May 1*1 All comfort*. Eitflish both* with hoatrri -bowers, telephones, verandahs Tefc1'ion* mm 31 ) St—t f.n OFFICE—One Office over Banltary I .mndry Depot.. Marhlll Street Apply Sanitary Laundry Co Tel 3303 31 3 50—t.f.n MOUSE—Newly built house on Heckle nay. for four to sur months. FttUy fur'.bed. with linen and cutlery Stud.> bsker car also supplied !f required rat further particulars phone PCS MaiTel rnorf after 4pm For men only, nod room*, good food On Sea. Comfort. St. l-awrrnce. Terms %  ood. Telephone sett. 4 4 50— 3n GOVERNMENT NOTICES BARBADOS WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT Appointment of Inspector APPLICANTS are Invited (or the post of Inspector. Waterworks Department. The salary is at the rate of $2,160 x. 120 — $2,880 per annum, plus travelling allowance under the Travelling Allowance (Amendment) Act. 1948. and the post Is pensionable. 3. The appointment is on a wholetime basis, and the person appointed will be required to carry out night duty and work on Sundays and Bank Holidays, if necessary, without extra remuneration. The successful applicant will be on probation for six months. Applicants should be energetic and capable of controlling labour. 4. Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public Buildings, and be received by him on or before the 15th of April 1950. First consideration will be given to applicants from the Government Service. 3424 IOIK-SILVER SANDS u — rtr Sands. Christ Church MOM be: month. Bradshaw At Company. 4.4.S0—In. Fl'RNISHED F-LAT at Briarfleld. Collv. lore Rock, from l May. Dial 3471 if niair Bannister 4 4 M—3n LOST A FOTIVD Urge mulee. Apply O L ntneaV n 'ants 4 4 S0-3ii %  TOW %  l.-i.MKl.T ..' i price. Phone BIT*. 1.4.90—3n FURNITIJRF tTT'RR Small quantity Bamboo Furniture Phone tlTt 1.4. SO—In. Kl.lX-nuc COOKER— American Hotnon-> Electric Cooker. As new, four points and oven. Phone BITS 1.4.50—3n i H.imvf. IT v NT One D.C. Lister Kitting Planl I driven Apply F. K n linkson. Belvedere Plantation, "I ivter tUI hi MISCELLANEOUS LOST IXWT-uuaarsusDs Policy No Kfl,T0 with the Crown Uf* tasurenc-) Q>. somewhere between Bridge Street „nd (.<*]''"" Re-taursint Finder return lo the AdwoaU Oo Reward offered 1.4.50—In CAMERA. MINOX-Wlth about inch** of chain and leather loop wi notion on and Camera about 3* lor -id tW wide UbersJ reward If n Mimed to W a nns jst. Marine Hotel 4.4 SO—ft PERSONAL The public are hereby warned against riving credit to my wife MIUJCFNT (.WfflDOUN KOCX inee HoyteTTaB I oo not hold myself responsible for her or anyone elan oontmetsng any debt or ichu In my name unless by %  written Orwf "igncd by me Signed WILLIAM IJSLTE ROCK Rock Hall. St. Thotisai. I MIa,, POST OFFICE NOTICE From 1st April two additional telephones directly connected with ihe Kxchange have been installed in the Department. The telephone numbers in the various Branches are now as follow:— Colonial Postmaster Accountant and Money Order Branch Chief Clerk, Information and Registration Branch .. .. .. 2058 Mails Circulation Branch .. .. 2309 Parcel Post Branch .. .. 2407 H. N. ARMSTRONG, Colonial Postmaster. General Post Office, 3rd April. 1950. ATTENTION Is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1950, No. 13 which will be published In Ute Onlcial Gazette of Monday 3rd April. 1950. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of 'Balanced Animal Feed" (Barbados Mixture) "ButterTable". "Fish—Salted", "Flour", "Rice— All Qualities", and "PorkSalted" are us follows: — SABUK. OFFICIAL NOTICE IN mr cot xr OF < %  Avcrar PJ ITRt*ANCE of ihe Chancery Aet. IMS. t -1) hereby 0m assssssl ituate al Wellington Street .n the City of Bndgeiown and liland of Barbados conUUUng by admeasurement ITS* *uar leet be that same more or leas Butting and bounding on the Weal on !" an of Ihe said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place coiled Bedford Cot" the property gl the said Thelma Norms Agatha tllbbonn on the North and East on the lands of the >atd pUee celled Bedlurd Col" and on the South n Wellington Street aioresaid. or howr esse the same ma* bu and bound together with all other buildli on the amid land erected and built standing and being w.1K the app tenaoces. belonging to the defendant* SHIPPING NOTICES H. WILLIAMS. Beg is t r a rin Chance rv 91 3.10— OFFICIAL NOTICE DAB ^^ 0 4-....— . ~ m THK cotnrr or CHANCERY IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act. ISM, I do hereby give notice to ,.H pvrsoiu havina or claiming any estate, right or mterast or any lien or incumbrance J. K1," fl *5 n "^ Ptwperty hereinafter mentioned (the property of ihe Defendant• ^SSf, yg "* "" •fcr" 11 ' "tir claims with their wi tn d ocumenu and vouchers to be eaasmned by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of ii.^P nd J ." cloc ln "•• Hrnoon at the Regielreiion Ofnce. PuDllc Uuiklings, *!* %  .'! % %  "•'w W r of May ISM b. order thai such cUima^7bs, -I ranked according to ihe nature and ptweity thereof respeclively, otherwwe nsgl persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be -Tainst S 'aid property deprived of all claims I PLAINTIFF. CYRIL DHUCE BROOKS DEFENDANT : CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON ARTICLE I 30" dumater. r — Rich concentrated '.mis IU Price 7c lb n 1*1 Price 14 c lb all Orocers and Drug 3t 1 M—an CJAIA'ANISF. SHEFTS in 7* and n%  ftUBe dli flft Mini Bft and Bft length* BF ""d steel plates III. I H . B> "d 3/1 in various But! Aflito Tyre Company, Tratal^aStreet 1.3.SOI f n fcAIAANISE PIPES flr FlTlNr.s s K ".. 1 Inch. 114; 1*1, -. ?'. 3. 4 4 Inc W Tyre Co.. Tr-fslgar S. l-h. iAVTiqUEf*of evesi %  %  r,M Jeel Tne SL'var %  i srlt books. Mp. Auloajftn'ii' < tc at (iomnges Ala*Joi:.mg Royal Yacht Club It 40.—t.f.n IM iti.K xrrii'KS QALVAN'ISCD PIPE HFJir I" ^ %  hanised pipe. 3Bc. to II" %  stf foot. A. BARNES CO LTD 3S3SO—I f.n %  Kodah Henex 35 Anistlgmat I-e. n nosh gun ntlachment and XSiltr.. aark yellow, green and rod. nit;-..ure meter Sice B3SO00 or nearest ..ffer Telephone H, S Nicholls fit 3MS. belwern 10 n.m. r*-t f.n Wl^TTO HELP help with two children in Apply: Mrs J \'f. 1 lUndom". Bellevue Gap 3 4 30—3n 1 \,'\ A.SSISTAJJT f. our office. t ha\e a thorough knowledge as 'vpewrltuig and previous lenoe is essential -)>ould apply In ihelr own dwrlllng, qnotlng at least two srences and If possible, offer in* Attractive salary i* offered pply Imrrsedlalely to MODERN HAT, ) Box ?I Bridgetown. Rarhadoa 3 4 10— Jn Young man with good appearhnuse seivaui and chauffeur St Company. 4.4 50—3n I ( l.FRKKHH A Clerkesa %  Office. Apply to M Ha Hept AdvocaU. CornmiiThr AdvermvAxn inmr.iimfiv 1in %  •ene-al mrM w b icfe-ences to Woodyai r Pi -Hi 1 St Michael. 4 4 SO—In C2S %  %  • earned by obutntng orders for private Christmas Ca-oa froi. our friends No previous experlenc %  veasary. Write today for beautiful free %  iampl. Book lo BrlUlns largesl and inmost Publishers, highest mfcrdffTi. -rvellous money nuking opportunity *ort W |Sa*^^ Vl — NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE ASSISTANT COl BT OF APPSAl. original lEquitablei Jurisdiction. JOHN ST. CLAni HACKETT-PUlnUfI and D-EUN1CE CHAPMANDefendant B* virtue of „„ order dated th* 19th that thai Oourt has ordered Ihat u inquiry and taking of accounU shall he mssdaof the Datate of Ethel Augu. Pnyne dareaned. late of the pariah of St MichacLto asceruin the A.U of ihe said Estate and lo darUlbula i ^nong the persons enUtlad, and I hs*M.> give nouce to ail Creditor* asul olhe ne,ons having any claims upon or .'ie.e-la m the distribution of th. Aawet. 04 that sead EaUte to aend in to mi on or bedora Wedneadsry the itth day o April isoo. each his name and ertiLeai nrid particulars of his claim or inlere anal s italensent of his -.count and th. Security (if stiyi head by him. ..*"*• lurth r h*Y give notice, thai WsstnasBdny the Mth dab; of April 106" at 10 a-m. al th. Town Hall r>M beethe timeand plan* fixed for adjudl ft-ttnsT ihe said claims. Dated UUa 33rd day of March IBS' I V (illicit ag Clerk A.C A 30.3 30 t) NOTICE PABIBH OF ST. ANDBEW Applications for ihe vacant post of niaem.t si St Set lours will be received by the under.ignnl up to Salurdav ISth Apni. Further particulars mgv be had on application to the Parochial Trea.urei. Signed C. A. SKINNER. Vestry Clerk. St. Andrew. 4.4.50—5n 1*1 IM.II SALES MlbLLLLANtOUS .* \M.|I III 111 t _riA.\K SHAKES-50 or more Co-one.s |Ve Bank Shares. Mr. Webb. P.O. Bo, I* 31 3 SOCo WANTED TO BUT I kind. ofUSED POSTAOC -rrAMPS %  KXT INDIAN STAMP 0 Slrwl. Bridgetown. SI. Michael. 30 3.503n. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ad ; spplication of Kennelh Sullivan .if Liquor Licence No. I0IB grantier In >e>nect of a S storey wall K-icn building al th corner of and King Street.. St Michael, mission lo mWd Liqwr Ucense liop attached to Bhlon's Road. St. Michael Ibl. I.t da> of April, IBM. %  I.IVAN. -.plication will be consider%  t a Llcenjing Court to be held at District "A", on Tiiasrlsi April IBM, „ ,, ociock, Mc LEOD, Esq.. M-ai.t.sle. Dud. • A". 4t%v In l-IOUOR UCENCE NOTICE REAL ESTATE Th, undersigned wlU offer for sale h l their Office No. 17. High BtresV Brldgen. on Wedssearfu. tU Bth defy of AprU IStO. al 1 nTST* r Huiiga],,* Xiid *S?^ Bun mlow ll l "CHrt!t I.OTTE VILIX". situate In Bridge Cap HIa. k Rock, with the land on^ehlch itanda. conlainlnc St perches. i. r-operty of the US* Miss Ch-loti Gaakirt. The Bungalow cssnaalns 1 large fnorn. j badroonaa, en closed ant ^'TlLV"-* *£"**'* ^ %  alh. Ectr Ughl and Oevarnansnt Water Supply For irunjertleas apply Mr. O L-on. Daniel. 04 Tudor Sweet. For further particulars and Condi Cl Sale, apply to the undersigned COTTL*. CATTORD a> CO ^ 3 B.3 80KOUSE One Board and Shingled House SB II x I. Situated In PaVria Gap. Weatbury Road Apply to Clarence rieMs on premum '.o-J,, Balanced Animal Fred (Barbados Mixture) Butter—Table: In Tins (Australian) Butter-Table In Prints Butter—Table: in { lb prints (Holland) (Meadland Hrand) Butter—Table: in 5 lb. tins (Nabo Brand) Butter—Table: in 1 lb. tins (Nabo Brand) Pish Btlttd Flour Rice—All QuaUties .. Pork—Salted: — (a) Neck Bones. Neck Ribs, Finn Bones (b) Feet, Ears, Stomachs WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) (c) Heads (d) Short Ribs, Riblets, Spare Ribs. Finns .. } APPEAL liruiiahle JurtsdsrUoni WINSTON 1HVD4E UBDTrTH PUinl.tl liKGIXALD RLEAZER EASTMOND _. —Dtfeaktant IN pursuance of an Order in this Com. in the .buve aoUon ruade on the30th On) uf January ISM. I give notice to all persona having any rotate, right Of iitereel In or any lien or irwusivbisi. Heeling all that certain place or parcel l.uid -ituatr .il leaatlnga ln the Pan-' o' Christ Church and Island aforeaaid CII Imn tag by aeksseasmiremant two trinisand nine hundred and ninety two square feet or thereabouts abutuivg and bounding on lands of Mint O Mom—< on Landa of Mlaa Ursula OrUTith on .. road in con anon and on the public road oi however else the same my abut and bound to bring before me an accwu" %  f tncir mid i-lalma with their witnesses. anrurnawu and ve*whera. to be namlned by m* on any Tniedaj, or Friday !-• %  tween the hours of 13 rvoon < 3 o'clock in the afternoon, al th* Offlc ol the Clerk of the Assistant Or>urt o App sal at the Court Houar P-rulgriox. before the 13th day of April IPS* In order that such claims may be ranked according to Use nstlure ..nninaie shop attached to a house at Band Hail X Boad. St Michael Dated thii 3rd day of April. ISM To the Police Ma* 1st rate, Dist. "A", Signed HABCOUHT HOuD. for Applicants N H Thi. application will be considered at a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court. PS His tl A ,*n Thursday the 13th day of April. 1*60 at 11 o'clock. E. A. Mc LEOD, Esq.. Police Magistrate, Dist. "A". 4..M.-ln. Th* M V. -Dserwood' will accept Cargo and Passengers for St. lAsHa. St Vincent. Grei.ada. AruOa. date cl wiling will be given. B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERSASSOCIATION INC i Consi gn em MONTSsTAI. AttTBAXlA NSW ZEALAND LAWS LIMITED (M.A.K.Z. LDffCI a.m. ''DfaTCuT' la amuatulad jsydney March Sifts, nrlabaoa April 4t I arrtrtoaT Trln ldesl Ma r/ tth S.O. "CUTY On* DsasPrnT sad Is Adavl lalde April and. Masnourne May tOt.l syoney May 13th. BrisbaneMay IMi. I rr:vinsf nt TrliUdad June 13th Thent \-eaneis ham smplg snace to I -hilled, hard frotea and ggnerei cargo I Cargo aooapM d on through .btiu o I : .ding with tranahjrnnant at Trtnldad fcl Isrittah Guiana, narbndos, WLnOwerd gj u. ward Islands. lor furthar portlculari gpply: — Il-RNESeL WrTHY a. CXX LTD tfta AicCCL SisomAhipCo. NEW lOBS 3 IB VICE M I "th Apnl rtth April NEW ORLEANS SS 'ALCOA hOAMEB" ALCOA IH'NNEH' "ALCOA HANGER" N.O. 22nd March >'h April Itii April NOITHBOINB CANADIAN SESVICE Sails BTBBTBSM Match llnd April Tth •sllla. ,,ry Iwe week! Arrives Hsraadas April let April lllb. SaiUng enrly AprU River ports. A. M. WEBB &f SUKk. Bond! — ll'lll Dolh local and foreign .lought and Sold 155 Rorhuck Slrwl. IVIown DUI 3111 „.„„ t_i OIIIIM VI I.IMHIS:: I'BIOS. JEWKLLF.BV RRASSWARE. TEAKWOOD .SANDAL. IVOKV. ETC. KASHMEKE TIIANI BEOS. IT. Wm Ily. Street Dlsl S4M MAKE YOUR CHOICE whilst wet have them A DELUXE TABLE MODCL Green Eruwnel Ga* llotpiate with J lioiling Burners ami Burner complete with pan SU u ing Burners 1 of which reversible Grill complete) with P*a 136 tt Call and sen them At Your One Showroom. OFHCIAL SALE BARBADOS i"mi: ts-i-rM ciiKr in APPEAL n iilnhlr Jurisdlclio.ii RVDOI GHUTFITH Plaints KEOINALD sUAZER aWSTMOND -Defend) NOT1CSJ Ii hereby given that h; vin M an Order of the AaeUtaiM Court Appeal dated the 30th day of Janus ItM, there will be set up for sale lo I Mghest bidder at the Offirr I 1 the Assistant Court of Appeal at the, %  V.irl House. Bridgetown, between th> noun of |1 inoonl and 3 n clock Ln th. ifterooi II Friday the 14th day of April ItM. all thai certain piece or parcel ol I ,i.il situate at Hastings In the far of Christ Cnuron and Island aforenaic' containing by seam aaur ement 1w> thouaand nine hundred and ninety twr squnra feet or thereabnuU .Jjuiting gn< (..muling on lands of Miss O. Mortison on lands of Mlaa Ursula Griffith on i ioad in common and on th* public roor however else the same may ahul and bound and If not then sold *Ae %.td inoparlv will be set up tor sale on every l 1 >ajcceeding Friday betwenn the ssane hnun luitil the same Is sold for a euro not leas than f 30B 0. 0 Dated this 30tH day of January 1V< I V CILKXB. Ag atrk of the Assistant Oourt of A|,L,. 4.3 M-3n A FUSE DINING TABLE make* voui ealma more .-laieeable EASTBU IMNIM, H.-IM it H. NLSHER.s now ha.... Ina oppoininity at buying from a Select i Assortment of Modem and earlier i .-haprs and .ireIn MAHOGANY I or Mahogaiiiicd Pine DINING TABLES SIDEBOARDS and CHINA (A 111 NETS ced lo te*e Yea Meaey. j > n.iw it., te Betas Vaa Slyls. Iralalgsr Mt.tl Hul Ma* 4 4 SO Li WILSIKi TYfclila^u Slreel WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Grasp This Opportunity IN Ol K ELECTRICAL DKl'ARTMF.NT We can i|uule vou on A.C. MOTORS (Hoover) l/b. Is, Is,] :i ll.P. 50 Cycle 110 Volls ADVERTISE... it pays "i^Pr,: AI^ • "' %  *"* Sttuai-n '" /'. 1 ^ # i* L" T,lJ *" ""dge OOP, vda Msrlhole Apply II Stuart *' rv : r. BUNGALOW AT NAVV OAHDENS Built December 1040 Cool quiet locality. Stone roofed Everlle Verandah. Draw< ing. Dining and Breakfast Boon Kitchenette wMli built in larder and cup. boards, toilet and tiled bath. 3 bedrooms, <-ch with large piesses and wairr "rare, servant.* room, toilet, bail breakfast and other frull trees, lawns end yards good condition Inspection by ffrP l t" t n > i t U *""'• CU "" PhBIM • 3rd day of ApiU. ItM '-• held al ' Thursday • II o cloek, Ml LEOD. Ian.. 9 im roi SVOH WHIN YOU SEE II I N1 ntlntf.lfv MERE'S ONE oil mil M, WAUL IA1SI liuu-mprri in 1 ila. Tim al MM: H iln. u IMI CENTRAL EMPORIUM Broad St. tTSgf THK TYMWS < II \Ufio\s USE USE CHAMPION TYRES CHAS. McENEARNEY & CO.. Ltd — Distributor.



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T a •• 4 a j April 4 10J0. Sarbaina J[j&u0cate Price; IVE (IMS Year 55. U.K. Will Not Increase W.I. STRACHEY RUMOUR DENIED BY BRITAIN U.S. Defence Minister Explains LONDON. April It. ^Y BRITISH Government spokesman (n-dav denounced an a .American News Agency report from the Hague that ,*C British and American military chiefs had arranged to keep X confidential information from the British War Minister k. John Strachev. The spokesman said, "if those WhO HO employe*! to %  .. i 'i U. %  -• In to ilead office th ii. not conceivably be true, they ought to have done. *They were told by telephone thai the itory ug true, and it they did !hoii liead office, and the head office still ni.isiiM on nmnin %  thai the iget totaling hut hypoIncreased Self-Rule For Trinidad LONDON. April | Britain to-day announced ingoaHd aw-govrtanojDJ tat the west Indian colonies gf Trinidad and Tobago, with 3 new constitution providing for an elected majority in the local Legislative. This development is part of Britain's declared policy of leading the colonies progressively self rule Wilhin the Commonwealth. The constitution, embodied in %  n-council, laid before the British Parliament to-day. provideo for a Speaker instead of the Colonial Governor to pres.c the Legislative Council It also establishes that th" Executive Council, formerly only a consultaiiv. „, body tor the Governor, shall now be "the principal instrument >t pohey Tile first elections under the new constitution are expected to be held next September. Under the previous constitution. novernment officers and nominated members exceeded elected members in the Legi Council. The Legislative Council will now have power to elect live members to the Executive Council in place o( appointed persons. —Rooter. Labour Must Be Prepared Phillips Tells Supporters HASTINGS, Sussex. Apnl 3. -„. Moojan PhillipGeneral SacJo I Stuff to of the British Labour Party, told labour lupporters in I speech here tonight -you have not to see that our election machinery is ready to go Intv action at 24 hours' notice". Phillips added "I don't know VbOn there will be another elec. It may be soon, or it mav ate". —Beater. I-, Soviets Down Chinese Plane FORMOSA. April 3 A Chinese Nationalist An force communique issue claimed four or five Soviet planes shot %  down one Nationalist tighter, and seriously hit a second In a dog light near Shanghai yesterday Competent air strategists doscribed the planes as Russian wartime fighters. The communique stated that a large number of Russian planes had recently arrived at Hunchow. 150 miles north of Nanking No (fcMOtioOl No questions have yet been lodged in the House of Comfho Opposition seeking information about the report, but it is possible that some may be asked within the next day or to The Secretary of Defence Lotffi Johnson, just back in Washington from The Hague Defer ters' meeting, said to-day that no assurance a/aj isked hum or given to Britain's Defence Mimstcr Emanuel Shinwell. that top secret information from the United Slates would not be given to the British War Minister John Strnchey. Pressed throughout tb) nfhetlng reporl 1 <-n lie Ipid made on his return. Mr. Johnson issued a "question and answer" statement Question : "HsO Delence Minister Shinwell given Secretory Johnson any assurance that ipp secrel information from the Unitpu Slates will not be given to War Secretary Strachey ? Answer: No such assurance way given. No such assurance \; asked. I am satisfied with the safe keeping of all informal changed at the Hague 1 oiiterenee. No \ureeiiU'nt d that then agreement, among the American keff %  ittmord n from Bi ttain as Strachey was War Minister. He said lie concurred in one f aragraph ol a statement piepured V Mr. Shinwell—a paragraph which denied lhat American military chiefs hatl agreed to hold back information from Britain. _. But he had refused to sign the j Phut xil statement. Mr Johnson said They added that the crowds will The Agency (the Associated include some 70.000 pil.i ..11 ovoi the world Sugar Allocation Negotiators WillBe Welcom4 Buf"i\oProspects Whatever V NF : -Kl %  > PtrT — . th. .rdu of Marla. tbe tunou. Qun MB, Carpet arrived lo, pub r l -"""" "W Vork. U.S.A. The flow.,',, ,,„.. piece Hn a„ arked ranmblano u Upaullful :ru o..k eight y,:,:-. 10 COmpli Mozart Choir Flees From E.Germany nUt N:. Mozart of 24 women •"id the Berlin. ,h, | in 1*5. lo-niihi (or details „ ( Ih e polii, to which the nnmben belonged Berlin on A hopes lo fly lo Fraiikfu: —Reutt-r will make Pope To /// &f > 300,000 People On Easter Sunday VATICAN CITY. April 3. %  Id to-dav they expect 3U0.OOU ptopla Bather MI St 1'eteis and lb. Square before UM BaeUli blessed on Easter Sunday bj SPORTS WINDOW %  •iwii m>trtt at • %  In tl*tt i.i.t n %  Polic %  .. %  . Ijn. ^il ItarlBi.Tlll.l i>. All H*i. („, ,„, r **to, rvrlr %  AIMIclt. RMT M—UMI *.|| Kfii^l),r lake pia. WtOasaaa* %  London to-nighl %  The Associated P %  patch from the Hagu. 1 on Anglo-An sions respecting the ments for exchange of top military information was obtained bom %  highly placed American source. The original story was written by Joseph Dynarn, -I* experienced and responsible corroapo whom the Associated Pi %  fullest Ml is being asked to recapitulate circumstances under wmi VM obtained, and this will y be issued for publication.—Brute r. ENGINE TROUBLE CALCUTTA. April 3 The flying Bixbys returned to Calcutta to-day with engine W ill Ask For Strarhey's Removal LONDON Apm ;i Sir Waldron SBritish trouble an hour after taking off; Conservative ftkflm Parila. on the hop to Tokyo in their I mcnl, is to petit i ni (or round the world record bid. I the removal from i The Califomian couple had Secretary John su. gone only a short distance away, fence Minisu-i when they were forced to put back The petition, wnfa h OUt for signature*, raft | thf They expected to he able to Ministers as having in i mako .' Ltoan start lo Tokyo to%  Mnraasod i morrow morning —Revler. Communi | ..im Benter Boy's Body Used For "Medicine" SWAZILAND. Apnl 3. The District Commissioner hi 43-yMT-old Kurupean larmer for trial tor UM murder of a six-year-old African boy. parts o! whoM body wen alleged to have been used for a witch do %  peon evoi %  arae. At the preuminar) hearing before the District Commissioner, ppeaied with three Aftrt%  and two witch Uoctors. All foi.. %  ed to be HtOd> prndini the mam parts el I with a red small bo" %  present when en A.'; u nee com%  .. %  ,.i SMMI Oil Talks End In London LONDON. Apnl I A secret oil in London today after deciding to liar purchase %  aterling, it was learned today The conference ut. %  approved a curtailment pro| gramme to be sen; j wealth Goveti, nftrma[ tion or other* i M* The actual BfW | posed cuts were not divulged. The | countries represented at the con| ference were BriUin. A [ Canada, Ceylon. India. New Zealand. Pakistan. South Afr [ Southern Rhodesia The coofeience WOj net COO%  prospecting progran alt wfti) oil simply as a I commodity for which there is a world-wide demand OB will iiiipaii .mi el oibi" (tfl UM Clt) bfl world) from the baloony sot high In me vast facade. The blessing wdl Ponrlndo tbe grandiose Easier max to the Church"s JuWIe. Hob Year. MOM 4(i.(iu() pUgrlna, nd Italian notables will ssatcb the I'.IIHcelebrate Pontiflcal lot m tbo ful grandeur of Papal — Reater. Pope Blesses Argentine Envoy VATICAN CITY. Apnl ;j Pope Plug today blessed the Argentine gtWoy, Ju I his way to take up his new poU <>f Ambassador in Moscow. pe gave Senoi pedal iMgfug and .i ins mission to %  Unson in i % % %  %  K'Ulu Russia Rejects British Note DON. April :i Brttaiav'i it UM rliplomali British Embassy in Mos.ou ym~ %  British comments on th< living in Id | internal iffairs. l enco to the aboUti malic raw f..i the roobk lhat the Ion ol the rouble %  —Realer Marshall Plan Averted Threat Of Communism — Truman WASHINGTON. April 3. ["he founder and policy chiefs ut the Marshall PUn night gi ed the K""*'ut problt | Wetiem Europe al an %  oitivvrsary meeting tot the halfway mark (Men Reoovetsy pro^gramme. Hags of the 19 meml*r nations hung ibove the platform, from which i;. Marnhall Fathei of the concept, Secretarv of State Dean Acheson mi Administrator Paul Hoffman reviewed the programme and outlined their hopes for West European economy before American assist%  nets lo 19S2 I'rmident Truman sent a message *ayln*; that the Mar •mall PUn hud "averted the threat of Communist agiressi. to diaw up a plan to help Nations find dollars to pay for American goods, when the Marshall Plan ends. Mr. Hoffman. Marshall Plan Administrator said that Buroprt governments were moving with increasing vigour tou .u %  l remaining prOOll OU ol economic reooverj Mr. Hotlnuin said he had received, from ,dl par) meseiiges of e Argenlin. %  ;**!>. will be pu: on n ar fuiur. PRAOt i April t %  %  repta m -he || of the war. ano wttil Polish Sscista roame.i the COUnl looting and the Slate Court was toU day The onViaJ Caoota MOM Ceteka said. dotunu-ni> lo provg %  J ol IU Rosnai .' s of high treason. K i told that a Czech earca ; M it' | at Tepl;. near Mari (former)) -: I American captain nai • m „„„. mand of an American .\ iity. which wag said to have found wireless sots ( import eonurol The prt enl method <>( nuns sterling for settling between leasdei .mil ot Un UWafeag Otea woulr the discinttiuiih, which March 12, to draw up quotas of goods | "but underlukiniis ,n general terms relating lo trade eluded in the new %  gnomonl" the eommiu.i i %  Included u< lk> %  duties and formalities The agreement || sub %  Ratification will o. i as soon as possible in A-uncion. it was stated The Paraguayan Mission was led by Dr O Charves, Under'or Foreign ARaim. and included Dr H 7:.ldivar. of the Bank of Paraguay, and Dr Ramirsw Boettnor, I'araRuayari Charge D'AITairM ml. iigation consisted ol representatives of the Treasury. Hank of England. Poretgn Ofllee Board of Trade and Uv of Pood. —Reater Vietminh Offensive Has Failed I'AKIS. Apnl | I I in Indo-i'. man of th. Mir km tight. %  mh rrocn tin %  %  Vietminh with %  I %  Ircrafl. i well in hand, 1 n advancing" i i %  bandai %  Keeter. Insurgents Ask Aid To Attack The French BsUOON, April I to Hungary, itui.iania. Csechutii". Bulgari PolMSd, \. ''"' Hi rtb Korea for help a| v rl imnh radio report iieaid here said lo-day The telegrain said that Vietminh needed material leli next genual count) thbroadcast added. Pighltiii; Ivtween ProBOl vietminh %  irg< ol (eroei eetered its sec-.. x tod i h r morning I lighting and the numbei uffered a hnrninR d i I :HI 60.1K) Ions. '-.•Ion could from ih. Wat) Iridio and the> Mould b %  •ail but they nhould realise now I prospects wtn h^j^ amendment of 'inul Food offci %  ""* ''ommonwealtrl '11*111 nd „f 1052 %  ta from 1953 lin, monweaJth pro 2 STS.0O0 low A'lrrl Include" oenion o 25.000 tona lo Rtlttith Honduro. and Itoreeii a margin for frr* market rnivlnn That mum Uniirr Bu' %  Urtl i | ..:., ;|) ; f„|fi • %  to as smtt BriUin woul.i Itfr margin for fret hi. would provide Commonwealth production i lvlll "l lununweaiw prodiK-tlon an. ma ,„ s„,..„ Cos( 4(is(ria £150Q000 i Russia Walks Out Again Wlel Union and Poland walked out td the United Nan. m Social Coi day, beVIBNNA, April ; Uenno ilium, elgaiebno black to have kidnapi-cu duplaeef! perOOOS for the Russians. t.ng hit An Ac ,,, to-fllsjbl < Bulgajtriaa displaced '.nose real name was Nikouus Borratei t £1.500.000. —It ruler Denies Royal Engagement .IKI.HUIIHNK. Apnl 3. %  phone eonversaUOB M illi .. Melbuut in the Honourable Pete. %  o-dsQ derated ipaper reporl that lie imeght !" "',., %  leiwri that ho rntgh. \ iiigaged-lo Pr.nand not the COOS Marginei He %  ...! then hopes are emn lin Embassy as the re i-ceni rapres* TW -o castsarssaad each. %  keeping wit: me of m< ^loyees i be given five rear contract maintained In their Jobs. ARGENTINE ACTIVITIES NOT INCREASED In Antarctic vpn! 3. The declaration* were renewed on November 18 to cover Ihe ur: Antarctic season. Leonard 'onservanber, hdd sok t made I aoat egke %  had been no %  ^^V> viea <* Tnmade 8. ItHB by Britain, in the Antai puled by the 1 ihree cc ionrin "• \ \mi< ticular. to tine Naval expedit '• RAsh poaseas%  11 and in pare Argenii;!, reei ed iried that tin Communists Kl V. I. Koii %  nd Mi j iiu K land) Iwth walked from ihe room %  12 votes to 3 | tilling I 'hat the HiisMan do%  S <>ut of I ad out in.iii Uoo Senui Joei A Corrog led Chairsnan Social Coninnssion in place of %  —Beater. .UopaU Will B,>H To Purliaiuciit Old) I VA Apnl :i. %  %  I %  would gMicale h> dt<. %  L-copyid Proenleri did not %  or separate sessions. .. I %  villa. A helh.'l laudotn, King Leopold's %  udki lo hove sugsjested the kings relurn f.,i %  1 >d ol ild abdicate In laudotn Deve/e said he woild pro the plane, which brought him The comn.. lenls l on< K ncipal sen. -., ., M M %  largai i story. i tend ot tne Beyai Knmih i rfoatal great h rapes Is of any engSMaasnenl meat."—Kruter. When be came oul %  onl>b* carried i Reater Final Offer patcta fr % %  ported „. %  eiaJ r. tcrenee Mr K\.,i. Hid th.il A. : .. ndusiry Ra %  asked Ihe BvttUl .i delegation of met and lab" (or 1h request, appre ht I "Bat thr offer jlrendt nssdr alter prolonged dlsrussiens which be^r an this Mihioet is final If on %  would IWillkag t.fet Mr BvaSH announcer %  gpeed thnt me • Oil pair '. Paints by Lewis Berger & Sons, Ltd. of London. When >""u ar. ihinknig ol redeooratlng th* roomin wludi >ou li\< i bow % %  :an -nake them Wltil MATROIL OILBOUND WASHABLE WATER PAINT lutte the most econoaelegl *•* W Maineble. ugl you have .i i.mge of 22 delictite pesiel ceteu r s %  use from; colours which will .uJ ,, IB Barbados today many of the lovlteet i-eoralod with MATROU. IUIKUI . la GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. ItltllK.!lo\\\ ^.(•i I \r.i-\T*.



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A B. PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TLT.SDAV. APRIL . If* Qcmib galling H IS IXC1XLENCY the Covernor was at the Savannah Club Laa-ns on Saturcla. aftarnoon lo sot ths Ladla' Doubles Jlnali and Men's Doubles In Urn terints tournament which Is at present coins on. At "The. Morfsm" A MONG the gay crowd at the I iun Morgan on Saturday night was Mrs Anthony Eden who is slaying at the Ronald Tree's home at Heron Beach. St James where she is spending her third Barbados holiday. (I Sometimes Twice A Ye*r DAT FLETCHER, who left ye., „,,. IT terdav by B.W1A to ride in |. •.£„ CM ^ „.„ the Bases In Grenada over .. MmM a the Races the earning week-end. tells me that every year there Is a Race Meetsesj in Grenada at Easter an.i sonsslCr* another later In the year. TYjs is the first tune he will First Vi.it year. JJUS u mr um uu= BBM -• % %  RAD PAGE, Technical hejotog there and he Is lookup j^fl Advlsor for u,e BWI of for-arilo this visit He will be ^ m Mo|w Compiny „ n re „,, 5 >•**£ ."VLXr&S Soum^U. k Nancy SouUarrived from the U K. two ago. which were spent in Tnmdad Wednesday by will be leaving Wednesday this ftwiy* %  abut three weeks Not Sure M I99 GEMMA DE GALE ar rived In Barbados on SaturHe arrived day bv B.W.1 A accompanied by B.W1A. and her mother. Saw her In town Barbados on yesterday busy doing some shopweek. .. . plng. and she said that she was He is here to help distributors not quite sure yet how long she with service problems, which Is will be Here They are slaying at p,n of the Export Policy of his their home In Rockier. Company—to provide good service faculties. General • Daughter Since lb* War they have sold 800 vehicle' BUST Spot W HAT witn four BWI. planes arriving at Seewell yesterday afternoon, most of them bringing Venezuelan tourists, and returning with Lodge Boys. High School and Ursullne Convent girls, toe airport was very bu Venecudans sss nml to be everywhere. IX they were not arriving they were there to meet friends, and the Spanish senoritas. all of them very attractive and In smart clothes made the airport a picture of loveliness. The new look for Easter! Birthday Party M ISS BETTY ARCHER had a Blrthnlght Party at her home on Friday night. March 31 to mark her 20th birthday. Among those present at the party were Mr. Pat Connor. Mr. Louis Stoute. Mr. Ronney McKenzlc. Mr. and Mrs. Blancheue. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards-Archer, Miss Dorothy Marshall. Miss Molly ,„. Southwell. Miss Nancy Southwell, ma Indian .Wands, having ^^ ^^ McKenU( MU B ,u -i gr dark MtT • • • /VHE letshion fur *e..ng fnu: %  is spreadMig. and chernea ar especiallv popular. The latest idea for evening is to wear on your *n*t a SQaavb purw cor>.—2l?d D> : ol r.ue chc.nea. Cooks everythiag %  T la usual Aing Uwae i 1 for m woman to lavke ajo^ %  n helo uV tot trie cniMran-B Swe I heart of a woman %.ng a job u a daily aook pay Uia wages of a charwoman at home. gJ.iabr'Ji Jordan did Uits ano nas wr:tteo a delightful ooot full of sound common sens* ami good recipes wtitch Li puo.jbea '.his week. In iwlgsoa', cHaff* ' -'i> '* ic-"r sTMaabefrt /ordc-i itU i* cook tr-rftmnc yob •*om -c* ami fruit*. From Bcsc %  Jrama. Ia.>. wistca %  CrfVtM tvmrrtm %  ETan:u:ii eaves nave ipped. lo 3on^p.g.Slor. 1 rh>> U %  a-_.se Aa Cooks Oo costs 1Q. w lfab*r and V Very dull \fTKR rreultn* 'n* mottf.- wa:er.:ig lew* nook. I found the ae U iitin Of POOfl DOOt: which sells for .in. rap du It ha, the uuur.. leas Xoias Caite Oir.ger >re: wlO) o Bo-Jed Fru:' Ca':e ith no -ggs —frainKlv 1 would nrh-r go tesi eoeniim dreste* ar? in and voti cvuld naked shoulders w.uu. and unfldorned. Jnt Louis e Pen and h<-a:i:v eiperi now pi beaud'uf ctteafj gold isee nbove) btfore thev Ir.v. :•";. t't-in an app!n1e aoirt dwt ovr (hI ,-'i remain* e had thtnot easy K 'ar. London Express S*r. .e% CRYPTOgi OTK -Hrrr's hon Co v 0 | k uIXTDLIAAXI It L O N O F C L I. u W One letter simply stands for another In this example A is U%M for the three Lv X for the two O'S, etc. Single iftun anea! trophies, the length and formation of the words art all ;iimV Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogmm Quotation XUWB LUBBPJ TK QUCK MWJvp G j OPQK PJVKV NKYOPB'OAPOO-NGTAWAWGO ODYCO Crvptoquote: THE WRITTEN LETTER RmfAIve AS THE EMPTY WORD PERISHESPROVERB. Dittntwlt* 0> Km| Ftaiurn SintfiCkll amur. ^r*% TRY SOOTH I SO. delicious Vicki Medicated Cough Drops for real throat comfort. They 111 cough with special medxiis.il ingredients of Vicks VapoRuh And they soothe your throat, refresh >our mouth with tsvcihoney'Smooth golden goodness. : a package today! m ** G L O H E WEDNHSDAY r>.h—FOR ONE NITE ONLY WILL FYFFE and LENI LYNN IN •HEAVEN IS tHOUSwi llll IORMI Back In Operation T IS good to see the Electric Clock back in IU old position hanging over the road bottom of Garrison Hill outside, the Electric Suppl> Corporstion'i Office. Almost everyone who p a i Daghtl St war art ihrlr watches bv 'erred to Ihe Port-of-Spain Branch havinj these last fe' this clock, snd they are M-rv few of Ihe Royal Bank.of Canada He of us who do not fiance up at It has been in Si K M Eaiter With Her Chi dren . 1 .4 1 -> Bfesl lr..- ^T^.S. when passing Annual Leave | i-ert Mac Donald arTrintdad on Sunday bv BWI A to spent three weeks' holiday in Barbados in Bank of Cutnmarec in Port-of-Spain and ll M -wiuol lftv lk-fore going middle of last year Miss B. Austio. Miss K Austin, a RRIVING y e s t e r u • > u> his sister Rosemary and seveml i\ H.W.I.A. from New York M '.lac Donald arot h\* friends W ''' via Antigua was M: Tnmda | him during the short time th*t Dtiarte, who is from Venezuela the 'plane was in. She has been in the U.S.A. for r\ u \ir %  svi_ it c a -'"out six weeks and is here :o Un ner Way to tne U.O.A. ..-nd ihe Easter holidays with M ISS DAPHNE AI.l.AMHY, I ,-i daughter who l a -I for Antigua on vent and her son who is a psipU Tnmdad, Robert us '.VIA ix on her at the Lodge, She will be staywith the local branch here. H.< way to the States and will bv ing with them at the Paradise i?. staying with Canon and Mrs. staying with Mrs. Donald Rogers, Beach Club, and will be here for Frederick ir. 10th Avenue Belle *vho lives in Astoria. Long island, about three weeks. YiUs. Her cousin Mr. Douglas Greenidge. I hopes be at La Guardla Lucky Fellowi Field to meet her. Many of ber RETURNING wsteruav "1\ HW.IA.. afier two week, Hasting!. Hotel were Missj — . i Marisa Pllmrner. Miss Pamela de I o Live In Innidad Boun and Miss Pamela Knaggs j all of Port-of-Spain. While they Who Made Them? *^#ANY people are still talking relations and friends were at Sea. about the I lumes worn by Mad., ova's pupils in her recent Dancing Display at the Empire Them-. and Carlo has been Informed that many of them were done by the well to see her off. Easter Court THE Court moves from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle on Thursday. April 6. and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth will be in residence there for about five weeks. Last year the Easter Court at Prominent local peop;. Windsor had to be cancelled beccive invitations to dinner at the cause of the King's IU castle. The state rooms will be This Easter there will be a famipened for some of the parties. Uy party, including, it is bel\ve-.i For the first time since 1939 the Queen Mary, who is fond of Wind-•Windsor uniform will be worn l>> sor and has a separate suite there those entitled to do so. Its use is in the Augusta Tower. confined to male members of the ,,.. _,. ,. .. Royal Family and some of the high Although rrmce Elizabeth is offlclals of the household. The ^^.^.^L^^;^ 0 !^!. 1 1 ,^ Master of the Household Informs them when the uniform should be example did not always work out. .The poorer tenants sometimes lowered U of the others. The report suggests "halfway house" — possibly racoi ildtype property—where problem rradi assistBd .tn'i traint-il before I I cated new houses. Summing up. the report declared: 'Training in house management and domestic methods is urgently necessary on any new fanning, wattle -.l.N.S.) ID II tit.i lay.in March, she will be at Windsor for a time and Pltnea Charles will occupy the nursery in the Victoria Tower. It is likely that Prince Philip worn. It consists of an evening dress coal of blue cloth, with collar and three-inch cuff of scarl-t cloth. :2£'Sr*Z& S barter -e^usr haT.^ed en., service at St George's Chapel on April 27. He is expected to stay at the castle for a few days. Throughout ihe time the Court Is at Windsor the King and Queen will entertain small house parties. Guests will include members of the Cabinet apd ambassadors. are three buttons on each front .if the dress coat, two at the waist behind and two at the bottom of the back skirts. The white wais: coat is single breasted i collar and three small gilt buttons. Breecnes or trouser* are worn as occasion requires. I H OSS HO III. BART? KIKST SYRACUSE, tad to cross the street %  fanatt the red light in Syracuse, New York, heard voice blare "Avoid that run down feeling" — be careful. It is the voice of an electronic robot on record broadcast from a box on top of the traffic light post. M 11 A N 1> MBS A O'DONNELL. ami U vero here they had ^'^rr' .'.l ?'.•/"d.uh.er-|e,t for T %  hoot. Jemmotts Lane. W Here (or Easier HO should step oft "„ %  rttired from MUjll 'drive yourself car and in it, inch ol b so r. and' has m or •"••>": •*" ' lhe I :.,,; Cherry Tree HU1, Bathdaughters left for Trinidad on „,„„ iatl lbou everv ,„ S^Kr. '"'r n0 ? n by IA B *'M. the island. They skO. Mr. ODonnell has suld oul his „._,, .„.„.w„,„ ,„w-^ ... II W 1 A Trinidad Hiht on They have been livm, in Barbados l b ; s John Church, Rookie) many years and have a wide Be ch S* 1 Lords there didn t cireia of I many of reem ">* {P 0, ," n " >/""l "" whom were at Seaw.ll on Sunday ""JJ; h *"T visited The O'UonnelU will be llvlnj %  Ssawell to see them off, and A nil ttMsl son Mr. Bobby ODonv.hrn lhe lime came lo lew ttssN .s In charje of the *ere so many goodbys kisses Wie Is here to spend Esster and Mechanical Department of Messrs being shared, that Carib was very will be in Barbados for about ten J N llamman and Company sorry not to be the n dsys, staying at the Windsor Hotel Limited in Trinidad. any of them. Saturday inlransil I ruela but Miss Pegu, i for several years used to live in Barbados with her mother at Whitehall Cottage. Hastint 148. when they returned to live in Caracas. BY THE WAY , mcHoaam M Y ^*' r My Ul t 24 p1 *" c,lce belwe n ** Engliah and first chance when Goun.i w ; !" nir-coitts are being sent American styles of nasal propulhim ulaving ft violin under water to an Antarctic whaling base." 1 sion Miss Wosherbocker objecU at the Cirque Medrano in Pans, hope they will leave their coats to the little leather protector And, oh. do not let us fan in the cloak-room before the whi.h Evans wears during pracrich woman who aaid to K whales mistake them for I'usian tkCw, and Evans objects to Miss "My husband, you know lambs. "Join the animals and see Wosherbocker s sideway Jabs, uses vour cars the world." says a poster at Norusing only one nostril. The Engfi.'-g, 7-i_ %  j-;--*;,*. -i;_„ tholt And. indeed, even teg a.,Uah method is to use the Up of the ?'!? **' *>CI**tii' I imv BOW being transported by air. for nose. During a practice run vesA r,lcI 8 lvm • om '"c 1 a "'i better or for worse as the man terday the American banged her J figures about the latest consaid when he put the key of a nose on a shed door. Evanlfl < scientists to our potting-sbed down a pohcewostarted to push his pea up Uanwelfare says: "For the moment. man's back because her nose was honi) Gut mislaid it. "" '''Sawst bomb they could make h i wa d i n g 'Nothing broadens the and when he arrived oi. the sadu 'uld he ten times as po\w mind like travel." vouchsafed a die of the Tyddlypwsh Pass found ,ne prcnt atom bomb parrot, after squawking a few he was pushing not the pea, but a rather unorthodox opinions picklittle bit of mud (ENTER Jak Pel. ad up from a sailor ui Brisbane. a Burmese business man ) y/nV U'M/I. ihu, I. / Xoles On Thv Violin In Training 1.DKKY-DH1VER O BJECTIONS are being raised A to the pea-pushing contest * no horn blow a bugle, \\h::i optimistic. Fas* the Far the sneaaent. ll delicious. Don't be impatient. You were told these scientists could make bombs a thousand times more powerful than the piesent little %  ho had toys That statement was ovairnlattC, Far the %  Maaeal . between Evans the Hearse and startled a bay mare and put her **'•> hurry them. Can't you Jivie Woshetbucker. on the giound fa rtinht Next time he .-.iiould tnake do with the presenl l-omb that the Prophetstown (111) pUy violin ..t crossmnThat 'or • while? Just a temporary champion Is an amateur But might itarl .id slop-gap, oi rather blast-gap Give oincials at Nostril House tell me gat him a job on the concert Flatthem time For the Miwacat .... that the real trouble is the differform. After all, Jummt/ in\ his c gods. *w MEN ^ EA S TER TIP-HIP SHIRTS S2 60 AMI Kit \N SAGAMORE SHIRTS I. >s B.V.D. PYJAMAS I i:> SI l MBKRTVMK PYJAMAS 3.75 PLAIN COTTON SOCKS (A Variety ol Colours) .61 COLOl'RED PLASTIC BELTS —lor men and Boys Mc. 4Jc., and .48 EVANS & WHITFIELDS / 7j • 0 I t I / -•' .—i r .' W %  r 1" \ CMnM\aamd't" '9, ^^ it &-iVt?-.i.Ta3C ? , 84. You itioj tour caassstsr waa 80 pworieae an aax-^ii, ah M. To anauarc. iat^ l?. Where you ar preiu aura 8a fatd a tonic water. ,j| —"* %  •* tl. War. It lhu bunnuis W lnt_ ui for me ctoubla fljjuiw ? ,gT as. roe tbe aaai c4ue it a gtuog. (3 %  Dows l. uan'.ins u u.„*;;j oarriafl oul to afiftleve tbla. ti ~ **" w a. leanaan in* rope at gva. (i 3. What maaas IM pawiu, per T ,9* Yt **• r a B0B Bi mat otbtr name tra a label. lhe note IU returned. (*) 8. Tart tie ;inii.i. t7. I. in tu Incorporates. Hi M. Take_ .. 13. With wbtcn march, it, r, itt r Tou-ii and iMtlva,. (|| tau la aav auoual IIXIMINATING WASHINGTON. Among puuled listeners at a lecture by a noted psycho-analyst on the meaning of the piay "Death of a Salesman" was ArU the author of 'Death of .. Salesman." Families Problem %  BRISTOL The need to train slum familio in house management and domeslie methods before installing them in new houses is voiced in a report issued by Bristol's Depu'.v Medical Officer Dr. R. C. Worln"den. According to the report, families 'typifying slum life at its worst."' were found on new housing estates in Bristol. An investigation showed that 155 "problem families" l u;u; .people of all ages—were found in the city. Of the 155 fa per cent lived on housing estates owned by the local council Characteristics of the problen: families' ml neglect of children, irresponsibility, inprovidence in the conduct of life and lack of discipline in the home. where dirt, pom!? and squalor often were conspicuous. Lower Than Anmi.tls "At its worst, such a family often lives in a standard of hygiene lower than that of the ai mal world," declared the repori "The mother rarely makes ai.s attempt to keep the house eata > or to do any cooking or washir : of clothes, or any of the 101 Jot undertaken by the mother %  I average families. "But. it is really n how the children, notwithstanding these deficiencies, seem 1 1 progress satisfactorily in hcali and general physkal development." The report declares thai tt I policy of rehousing "poor class' tenants next door to "good class" '.enants in the hope that the standard of the poorer families would improve by precept ami A<>l ATM (LIB CINEMA M.mb.,. OraVl TONIGHT (SI'NDAV), Tl'ESDAY, and Till IIM>\. SIGHT AT 8.30 ROBERT NEWTON DENNIS PRICE HERBERT 1 MARCEL DALIO STANLEY HOLLOWAY GUY MIDULETON in "SNOWBOUND" and introducing MI LA PARELY \ I mvrrsal Picture Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling . ... so packed with action thai you will love P L A Z A LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 5 Slid 8.30 p.m. PARAMOUNT!* TOP CHAMPION 11ENKV FONDA* mm Mai MI'RBAY STL VIA sMDNI 1 "TRAIL o( thr LOM-Iivu Color By Trctuucolor \/ DHL llll KH HimvtTIQH 7 •MM./,/!/ .. women nmd to •affar •o?"-n.othra ore ofUn aakad. OtW mother writsa: "The oompany Durva ninouiiaodwd Paradol whan my daugbtar feared aba would loea hct Job beoa n ee of tuna lost each month. Now .ha lost* DO time and do*, uot Buffer pain or dhKOwifbn a Bw if aa W y." Paradol ia the an* war for women who aulter each month. Quick relief also from headaches and neuralgic Sue. The aaase "Dr. laa" h your aeBuranoB. Carry Paradol in your puree QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN PflRfiDOl. ACTS QUICKLYLIKE MAGIC Mcniholaium' is the wonderful soothing healing halm. If you have awful pains in your head or body, if you have a natty cold or chill, if you are lormcntcd h> ilua trouble. yOU Mtd Mcniholatunr. It is SO easy to use and acts like magic. JUST RUB IT0N RUB il where ihe Pain is and the %  aided. RUB it well mio the chest and put a little in the nose and the Cold soon ROCS. RUB it on you Skin gel* beta r. 'Mcniholaium' acts quickly—there is nothing like it. Gel a jar or tin to-day. but make sure you get genuine Mcniholaium'. (Ask for "Ml N-THO-LAY-TI M'V -RUB IT HERE -RUB IT THERE -IT BENEFITS YOU EVERYWHERE BROAD ST. jrn DIAL 4506 From Recent Arrivals W ofer VKK1TAS PRESSURE LAMPS-MO Candle Power GALVANISED MESH WIRE 1 to 2 —Various widthGALVANISED PIPE ft Fittings 4" — *" siies. Our Customers are asked to note that we shall not he opening on Saturday 8th instant BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. DIAL 4220. HOY AI. Worthmgs TO-NIOHT Si rHCKS AT S SO RepubleC Double awa rtOGtttfV Dele EVANS I Mill NKVABA KKUIB' and (NIVISM MII.D (AT" E.W'IIIK sn sHUM TO-DA1 WgD ONLY AT t IB p m t'elUS AfUeU ee8l The CISCO SOD ln • • rwr vuiwr HUM HI. i end 'BOaaOKSD 1ROI HI.) William BOVD Hd>ad> CLYDC HOXY NO K\ %  AT 7 38 p m !"-';S|U(>U£BS8rphei..e BACtlU FT. ui MIHI \MI Mill and w MOMI V.MHI < -istKAlti Wild Bill QJJOTTAIBM nmascM OI.Y.HPK In Tins and Jars. Made only by # The McnthoUtum Co., Ltd (Eslil. Iea9), Slough, Enjlaod. AJ>ai HulU o. N.Y.. I s \ NOTICE Our OFFICES. HARDWARE and LIMBER STORES at Bridgetown and Speightstown wiB be Closed on SATURDAY. APRIL STH assi will Reopen on TUESDAY, APRIL UTH( uMcmers are requested to arrange th** 1 eekfl accordingly. PLANTATIONS LIMITB*


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T a 4 a j
April 4
10J0.
Sarbaina
J[j&u0cate
Price;
IVE (IMS
Year 55.
U.K. Will Not Increase W.I.
STRACHEY RUMOUR
DENIED BY BRITAIN
U.S. Defence Minister Explains
LONDON. April It.
^Y BRITISH Government spokesman (n-dav denounced an
a .American News Agency report from the Hague that ,*C
British and American military chiefs had arranged to keep X
confidential information from the British War Minister k. *
John Strachev.
* The spokesman said, "if those
WhO HO employe*! to ..
i 'i U. .....- In
to
ilead office th ii.
not conceivably be true, they
ought to have done.
*They were told by telephone
thai the itory ug
true, and it they did
!hoii liead office, and the head
office still ni.isiiM on nmnin

thai the iget
totaling hut hypo-
Increased
Self-Rule
For Trinidad
LONDON. April |
Britain to-day announced in-
goaHd aw-govrtanojDJ tat the
west Indian colonies gf Trinidad
and Tobago, with 3 new constitu-
tion providing for an elected ma-
jority in the local Legislative.
This development is part of
Britain's declared policy of leading
the colonies progressively
self rule Wilhin the Common-
wealth.
The constitution, embodied in
n-council, laid before the
British Parliament to-day. pro-
video for a Speaker instead of the
Colonial Governor to pres.c
the Legislative Council
It also establishes that th"
Executive Council, formerly only
a consultaiiv. , body
tor the Governor, shall now be
"the principal instrument >t
pohey '
Tile first elections under the
new constitution are expected to
be held next September.
Under the previous constitution.
novernment officers and nomin-
ated members exceeded elected
members in the Legi
Council.
The Legislative Council will
now have power to elect live
members to the Executive Coun-
cil in place o( appointed persons.
Rooter.
Labour Must
Be Prepared
Phillips Tells Supporters
HASTINGS, Sussex. Apnl 3. -.
Moojan Phillip- General Sac- Jo I Stuff to
of the British Labour
Party, told labour lupporters in
I speech here tonight -you have
not to see that our election
machinery is ready to go Intv
action at 24 hours' notice".
Phillips added "I don't know
VbOn there will be another elec-
. It may be soon, or it mav
ate".
Beater.
I-,
Soviets Down
Chinese Plane
FORMOSA. April 3
A Chinese Nationalist An
force communique issue claimed
four or five Soviet planes shot
down one Nationalist tighter, and
seriously hit a second In a dog
light near Shanghai yesterday
Competent air strategists do-
scribed the planes as Russian
wartime fighters.
The communique stated that a
large number of Russian planes
had recently arrived at Hunchow.
150 miles north of Nanking
No (fcMOtioOl
No questions have yet been
lodged in the House of Com-
fho Opposition seeking
information about the report, but
it is possible that some may be
asked within the next day or to
The Secretary of Defence Lotffi
Johnson, just back in Washington
from The Hague Defer
ters' meeting, said to-day that no
assurance a/aj isked hum or given
to Britain's Defence Mimstcr
Emanuel Shinwell. that top secret
information from the United
Slates would not be given to the
British War Minister John Strn-
chey.
Pressed throughout tb)
nfhetlng reporl
1 <-n lie Ipid
made on his return. Mr. Johnson
issued a "question and answer"
statement
Question : "HsO Delence Minis-
ter Shinwell given Secretory
Johnson any assurance that ipp
secrel information from the Unitpu
Slates will not be given to War
Secretary Strachey ?
Answer: No such assurance
way given. No such assurance \;
asked. I am satisfied with the safe
keeping of all informal
changed at the Hague 1 oiiterenee. '
No \ureeiiU'nt
' d that then
agreement, among the American
keff ittmord
n from Bi ttain
as Strachey was War Minister.
He said lie concurred in one
faragraph ol a statement piepured
V Mr. Shinwella paragraph
which denied lhat American mili-
tary chiefs hatl agreed to hold
back information from Britain. _.
But he had refused to sign the j Phut xil
statement. Mr Johnson said They added that the crowds will
The Agency (the Associated include some 70.000 pil.i
- ..11 ovoi the world
Sugar Allocation
Negotiators WillBe Welcom4
Buf"i\oProspects Whatever
V 'NF": -Kl > PtrT . th. .rdu of Marl-
a. tbe tunou. Qun Mb, Carpet arrived lo,
pub"rl -"""" "W Vork. U.S.A. The flow.,',, ,,..
piece Hn a arked ranmblano u
Upaullful :ru.....,o..k eight y,:,:-. 10 COmpli
Mozart Choir
Flees From
E.Germany
nUt N:.
Mozart
of 24 women
"id the
Berlin. ,h, | in 1*5.
lo-niihi
(or details ( Ihe polii,
to which the nnmben belonged
Berlin on A
hopes lo fly lo Fraiikfu:
Reutt-r
will make
Pope To ///?>
300,000 People
On Easter Sunday
VATICAN CITY. April 3.
Id to-dav
they expect 3U0.OOU ptopla
Bather mi St 1'eteis and lb.
Square before Um BaeUli .
blessed on Easter Sunday bj
SPORTS
WINDOW

iwii m>trtt at .
In tl*tt i.i.t n .

Polic

.. .
Ijn. ^il ItarlBi-
.Tlll.l i>.
All H*i. (, ,, r**to, rvrlr
' AIMIclt. Rmt MUmi *.||
Kfii^l),r ,
lake pia.
WtOasaaa*
.
London to-nighl
The Associated P
patch from the Hagu.
1 on Anglo-An
sions respecting the
ments for exchange of top mili-
tary information was obtained
bom highly placed American
source.
The original story was written
by Joseph Dynarn, -I* experienced
and responsible corroapo
whom the Associated Pi
fullest Ml is
being asked to recapitulate
circumstances under wmi
VM obtained, and this will y
be issued for publication.Brute r.
ENGINE TROUBLE
CALCUTTA. April 3
The flying Bixbys returned to
Calcutta to-day with engine
W ill Ask For
Strarhey's Removal
LONDON Apm ;i
Sir Waldron S- British
trouble an hour after taking off; Conservative ftkflm Parila-
. on the hop to Tokyo in their I mcnl, is to petit i ni (or
' round the world record bid. I the removal from i
The Califomian couple had Secretary John su.
gone only a short distance away, fence Minisu-i
when they were forced to put back The petition, wnfa h
OUt for signature*, raft | thf
They expected to he able to Ministers as having in i
mako .' Ltoan start lo Tokyo to- Mnraasod i
morrow morning Revler. Communi | ..im Benter
Boy's Body Used
For "Medicine"
SWAZILAND. Apnl 3.
The District Commissioner hi
43-yMT-old Kurupean larmer for trial tor UM murder of a
six-year-old African boy. parts o! whoM body wen alleged
to have been used for a witch do

peon evoi
arae.
At the preuminar) hearing be-
fore the District Commissioner,
ppeaied with three Aftrt-

and two witch Uoctors.
All foi.. ed to be
HtOd> prndini
.
the mam parts el
I
with a red
small bo"

present when en A.'; u
nee com-
..
,.i
SmmI Oil Talks
End In London
LONDON. Apnl I
A secret oil
in London today after deciding to
liar purchase
aterling, it was learned today
The conference ut.
approved a curtailment pro-
| gramme to be sen;
j wealth Goveti, nftrma-
[ tion or other* im*
The actual BfW
| posed cuts were not divulged. The
| countries represented at the con-
| ference were BriUin. A
[ Canada, Ceylon. India. New Zea-
land. Pakistan. South Afr
[ Southern Rhodesia
The coofeience WOj net COO-

prospecting progran
alt wfti) oil simply as a
I commodity for which there is a
world-wide demand
OB will iiiipaii
.mi el oibi" (tfl UM Clt)
bfl world) from the bal-
oony sot high In me vast facade.
The blessing wdl Ponrlndo tbe
grandiose Easier
max to the Church"s JuWIe. Hob
Year.
mom 4(i.(iu() pUgrlna,
nd Italian notables will
ssatcb the i'.iih- celebrate Pontiflcal
lot m tbo
ful grandeur of Papal
_______________ Reater.
Pope Blesses
Argentine Envoy
VATICAN CITY. Apnl ;j
Pope Plug today blessed the
Argentine gtWoy, Ju
I his way to take up his new poU
<>f Ambassador in Moscow.
pe gave Senoi -
pedal iMgfug and .-
i ins mission to
Unson in
i

K'Ulu
Russia Rejects
British Note
don. April :i
Brttaiav'i
it UM rliplomali
British Embassy in Mos.ou ym~

British comments on th<
living in Id |
internal
iffairs. l
enco to the aboUti
malic raw f..i the roobk
lhat the
Ion ol the rouble

Realer
Marshall Plan Averted
Threat Of Communism
Truman
WASHINGTON. April 3.
["he founder and policy chiefs ut the Marshall PUn
night gi ed the K""*'ut problt | Weti-
em Europe al an oitivvrsary meeting tot the halfway mark
(Men Reoovetsy pro^gramme.
---------------------------------------------------- Hags of the 19 meml*r nations
hung ibove the platform, from
which i;. Marnhall
Fathei of the concept, Secretarv
of State Dean Acheson mi Ad-
ministrator Paul Hoffman review-
ed the programme and outlined
their hopes for West European
economy before American assist-
nets lo 19S2
I'rmident Truman sent a
message *ayln*; that the Mar
mall PUn hud "averted the
threat of Communist agires-
si tries", but also warnlog of
problems ahead.
OW* than -4 i.
President had ordered Mr. Gordcn
thing Secretary of the
Arm>. to diaw up a plan to help
Nations find dollars to pay
for American goods, when the
Marshall Plan ends.
Mr. Hoffman. Marshall Plan
Administrator said that Buroprt
governments were moving with
increasing vigour tou .u ,
l remaining prOOll OU ol
economic reooverj
Mr. Hotlnuin said he had re-
ceived, from ,dl par)
meseiiges of e two years asork of the Marshall
Plan.
He bad also received pledges of
p.Rcuter.
Czech Monks
Did Murder
PRAGUE COURT TOLD


The child was said to have been
skinned go ,,i various
organs and blood lo have boon
used for -medicine "enter.
Agreement
Expected
BUINOS aikks
The position of about 40
employed <#> Argenlin.
.....

;**!>. will be pu: on n
ar fuiur.
PRAOt i April t

' repta m -he ||
of the war. ano wttil Polish Ss-
cista roame.i the COUnl
looting and
the Slate Court was toU
day
The onViaJ Caoota Mom
Ceteka said. dotunu-ni> lo provg

J ol iu Rosnai
.' s of high treason.
K i
told that a Czech
earca ;,Mit'
| at Tepl;. near Mari-
(former)) -:
I American
captain nai m .
mand of an American .\
iity. which wag
said to have found wireless sots
ui |fca Abbots
layed on until thearnv-
ai of an American general, and
then joined the Americans in
- ". Otekj -Mid
Inhi
Just before tin end oj
ill a told-
march" ol cooosttfrats!
victifAl pa-M-d tiirou.
I
lanee to lee waigototi
the mghi snd next day were
l,. -i,
.. fellow-
I Machalka ad-
m it tc<) under questioning lhat
h. Monks had behaved in an
inhuman uav" Cetek..
Of the ten M)
U and Jesuit p
priest, three have pleaded guHty
nuHlplc char) i
led partly i
four have pleaded not guiitv
Heeler.
Paraguay And UK.
Sign Trade Pact
LONDON. April 3
Paraguay and tirlain today
signed a thiev-yeai Trade and
was ofttc-
noad a Pon
comrnuoique -aid thai Brttan
should provide an
outlet ror imuortani p.i

creasing relaxation .>( import
eonurol
The prt enl method <>( nuns
sterling for settling ,
between leasdei '
.mil ot Un UWafeag Otea woulr
.
the discinttiuiih, which
March 12, to draw up
quotas of goods |
"but underlukiniis ,n general
terms relating lo trade
eluded in the new gnomonl" the
eommiu.i i
Included u< lk>

duties and formalities The
agreement || sub
Ratification will o. i
as soon as possible in A-uncion.
it was stated
The Paraguayan Mission was led
by Dr O Charves, Under-
'or Foreign ARaim. and
included Dr H 7:.ldivar. of the
Bank of Paraguay, and Dr
Ramirsw Boettnor, I'araRuayari
Charge D'AITairM ml.
iigation consisted ol re-
presentatives of the Treasury.
Hank of England. Poretgn Ofllee
Board of Trade and Uv
of Pood. Reater
Vietminh
Offensive
Has Failed
I'AKIS. Apnl |
I
I
in Indo-i'.
man of th. Mir km
tight.
mh rrocn tin


Vietminh with

I Ircrafl.
i well in hand,1
n advancing"
i i
bandai

Keeter.
Insurgents Ask
Aid To Attack
The French
BsUOON, April I
to Hun-
gary, itui.iania. Csechutii".
Bulgari PolMSd, \.
''"' Hi rtb Korea for
help a| v.rl.
imnh radio report iieaid here said
lo-day
The telegrain said that Viet-
minh needed material leli
next genual count)
th- broadcast added.
Pighltiii; Ivtween ProBOl
vietminh irg< ol (eroei eetered
its sec-..
x tod i h r
morning I
lighting and the numbei
uffered a
hnrninR d
i
into ihe battle -uith ..

"Several

fantry sui| .ulanta and
'
bobind evoral Hundred dead and
wounden
Rrutrr
Food Office Spokesman
Tells Parliament
I From Our London Corn spondent).
.- LONDON, April 3
BRITAIN would not be setting as much Com
monwealth sugar as she would like, even
the end of 1952. This statement came from Mr
Stanley Evans, Under Secretary for Food, whei
pressed for a quick answer in the House of Com
mons this afternoon, and was the one bright spo
m an otherwise black day for West Indies hopes
U.S. Must
Balance
Trade
-HINGTON. April :i
,
ace Its trade with
Address-
a openstiop
Admiiiisti-alion Stan* Mt.
mark llu mid-point of the Mar
hall Plei .. |hm w reeeneel
for us as \/ell as for U
lug Muecai
anclng ol .:). Europe
and the woi Id '
'resident Tnirn.n
Mi Gordon Grav.
.
Ilan to he); i
countries find dollars U
": :.'xis. Reoter
Black tfaiitetaer
Kill.-il Bv French
Mr Evam had told ihe Hou
t luarantccd ma.kci to
ttan ' ''. wruli
"OI l> I :hI 60.1K)
Ions.
'-.Ion could .
from ih. Wat) Iridio and
the> Mould b .ail
but they nhould realise now
I prospects wtn h^j^
amendment of
'inul Food
offci

""* ''ommonwealtrl
'11*111 nd f 1052 ,
. .
ta from 1953 lin,
monweaJth pro
2 STS.0O0 low A'lrrl
Include" oenion o
25.000 tona lo Rtlttith Honduro.
and Itoreeii a margin for frr*
market rnivlnn That
mum Uniirr Bu'
Urtl i | ..:.,;|); f|fi
to as smtt
BriUin woul.i
Itfr margin for fret
hi. would provide
Commonwealth production i
lvlll"l lununweaiw prodiK-tlon an.
ma , s,.. Cos( 4(is(ria 150Q000 i
Russia Walks
Out Again
Wlel Union and Poland
walked out td the United Nan. m
Social Coi day, be-
VIBNNA, April ;
Uenno ilium, elgaiebno black
to have kidnapi-cu
duplaeef! perOOOS for the Russians.
t.ng hit
An Ac ,,, to-fllsjbl
< Bulgajtriaa displaced
'.nose real name was
Nikouus Borratei
t 1.500.000.
It ruler
Denies Royal
Engagement
.IKI.HUIIHNK. Apnl 3.
phone eonversa-
UOB M illi .. Melbuut in
the Honourable Pete.

. o-dsQ derated
ipaper reporl that lie imeght
"',.,....... ..... leiwri that ho rntgh.
\ iiigaged-- lo Pr.n-
and not the COOS Marginei He ...! then ,
hopes are em- n
lin Embassy as the re
i-ceni rapres*
TW
-o castsarssaad
- each.
keeping wit:
me of m<
^loyees i
be given five rear contract
maintained In their Jobs.
ARGENTINE ACTIVITIES
NOT INCREASED
In Antarctic
vpn! 3. The declaration* were renewed
- on November 18 to cover Ihe ur-
: Antarctic season.
Leonard 'onserva-
nber, hdd sok
t made I
' aoat egke
had been no

^^V> viea <* Tn-
made
8. ItHB by Britain,
in the
Antai puled by the
1 ihree cc
ionr- in " \ \mi<
ticular. to
tine Naval expedit
' RAsh poaseas-
11 and in par-
e Argen-
ii;!, reei ed
iried that tin
Communists
Kl V. I. Koii......
nd Mi j iiu k
land) Iwth walked from ihe room
'
12 votes to 3 | tilling
I 'hat the HiisMan do-
S <>ut of
I
ad out
in.iii
" '
Uoo
Senui Joei a Corrog
led Chairsnan
Social Coninnssion in place of

__________Beater.
.UopaU Will B,>h
To Purliaiuciit Old)
I VA Apnl :i.

I
would gMicale h> dt<.

L-copyid Proenler-
i did not

or separate sessions.
..
I

villa.
a helh.'l
laudotn, King Leopold's

udki
lo hove
sugsjested the kings relurn f.,i
1
>d ol ild abdicate In
laudotn
Deve/e said he woild pro
the plane, which brought him
The comn..
lenls l on<
Kncipal sen. -.,., m
M

largai
i story.
i tend ot tne Beyai
Knmih i rfoatal great h rapes Is
of any engSMaasnenl
meat."Kruter.
When be came oul
onl>- b* carried i
Reater
Final Offer
patcta fr
'ported .

eiaJ r. tcrenee
Mr K\.,i. Hid th.il
A.
: ..
ndusiry Ra asked Ihe BvttUl
.i delega-
tion of met
and lab" (or 1h
request, appre
ht
I
"Bat thr offer jlrendt nssdr
alter prolonged dlsrussiens
which be^r an this Mihioet is
final "
If on

would I- Willkag t
i for an
Increased <>.fet
Mr BvaSH announcer
gpeed thnt me
_______ Oil pair '.
Paints by Lewis
Berger & Sons, Ltd.
of London.
When >""u ar. ihinknig ol redeooratlng
th* room- in wludi >ou li\< i .
bow " :an -nake them
Wltil
MATROIL
OILBOUND WASHABLE
WATER PAINT
lutte the most econoaelegl **
W Maineble. ugl you have .i
i.mge of 22 delictite pesiel ceteurs
use from; colours which will .uJ
,, .
IB Barbados today many of the lovlteet
i-eoralod with
MATROU.
IUIkui
. la
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD.
ItltllK.!- lo\\\
^.(i I \r.i-\T*.


A
B.
PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TLT.SDAV. APRIL
. If*
Qcmib galling
HIS IXC1XLENCY the Cover-
nor was at the Savannah
Club Laa-ns on Saturcla. aftar-
noon lo sot ths Ladla' Doubles
Jlnali and Men's Doubles In Urn
terints tournament which Is at
present coins on.
At "The. Morfsm"
AMONG the gay crowd at the
I iun Morgan on Saturday
night was Mrs Anthony Eden who
is slaying at the Ronald Tree's
home at Heron Beach. St James
where she is spending her third
Barbados holiday.

(I
Sometimes Twice A Ye*r
DAT FLETCHER, who left ye.- ,,.
IT terdav by B.W1A to ride in |. . CM^ .
the Bases In Grenada over .. MmM a
the Races
the earning week-end. tells me
that every year there Is a Race
Meetsesj in Grenada at Easter an.i
sonsslCr* another later In the
year. TYjs is the first tune he will
First Vi.it
year. jjus u mr um uu= bbm - RAD PAGE, Technical
hejotog there and he Is lookup j^fl Advlsor for u,e BWI of
for-arilo this visit He will be ^m Mo|w Compiny, n,re ,,
5 >*- *."VLXr&S Soum^U. k Nancy SouU-
arrived from the U K. two
ago. which were spent in Tnmdad
- Wednesday by
will be leaving
Wednesday this
ftwiy* abut three weeks
Not Sure
MI99 GEMMA DE GALE ar
rived In Barbados on Satur- He arrived
day bv B.W.1 A accompanied by B.W1A. and
her mother. Saw her In town Barbados on
yesterday busy doing some shop- week. .. .
plng. and she said that she was He is here to help distributors
not quite sure yet how long she with service problems, which Is
will be Here They are slaying at p,n of the Export Policy of his
their home In Rockier. Companyto provide good service
_ faculties.
General Daughter Since lb* War they have sold
800 vehicle'
Bust Spot
WHAT witn four BWI. planes
arriving at Seewell yester-
day afternoon, most of them
bringing Venezuelan tourists, and
returning with Lodge Boys. High
School and Ursullne Convent
girls, toe airport was very bu
Venecudans sss nml to be every-
where. IX they were not arriving
they were there to meet friends,
and the Spanish senoritas. all of
them very attractive and In smart
clothes made the airport a pic-
ture of loveliness. The new look
for Easter!
Birthday Party
MISS BETTY ARCHER had a
Blrthnlght Party at her home
on Friday night. March 31 to
mark her 20th birthday.
Among those present at the
party were Mr. Pat Connor. Mr.
Louis Stoute. Mr. Ronney Mc-
Kenzlc. Mr. and Mrs. Blancheue.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards-Archer,
Miss Dorothy Marshall. Miss Molly
,. Southwell. Miss Nancy Southwell,
ma Indian .Wands, having ^^ ^^ McKenU(, MU, B,u
10 meet fires tramp*
brealedoir*. aid o horse
irilh a pro;ied aakle.
Goddard. Miss Kathleen
and Mr Frank Corbin.
To Take Up Appointment
AMONGST the passengers
1
rales who is well known , Vene- '"'"' ^.T^ JtTVhS Syd.
nan to Woman .
It's the fashion
now to wear
cherries
ONCE IB a while a fashion catches
on which has universal popularity
IU origin is doubttul-bul It has
overnight popularity everywhere and
Is seen In main towns and suburbs all
over the world.
It has happened In trie past with :-
s The straw sailor with its eh*** ol veiling
I everybody wore with the New Look
O Pearl chokers
i Ankle strap sbosa
^ Dirndl skirts
Here are some fi
a 9atall while
fc, SUSAN DEACON
riving by T.CA. on Salurda;
morning were Dr. and Mrs. Eyr
Klnch and their baby son Law-
rence. f
Dr. and Mrs. Klnch were mar-
Barbados rled in Barbados last June, and
will be staying temporarily
his parents Mr. and Mrs T .
"?nlnV!; marketYorlhelr"products He'has Sydney Klnch of Graeme Hall
luels. has for the vast year been market ror n Terrace
staying with Mrs. Consuele God- "en v. iui '"*" d lhu u ^ ,<,,. graduated at McGill i
dard of St Anns Court, Garrison '*nv', ..,,', ,' u,, west Indies University In 1MB and Interned I
She returned to her home in ' nrst Trinidad his at the Herbert Reddy Memorial
Csracas on Saturday by B W.I.A. I,,,. Hospital Montreal. He after-
Quiet, unassuming and charm- Headquarter. ^^ secured an appointment ll
ir.g. Miss Gonialej will not only be Arrived On Saturday -he Ottawa Civic Hospital whicn
E"rftblJtS,'eSl5Jrrih^S she A RRIVISG on Saturday by e has relinquished in order to
m*"dSS? *?+%** A BWI A from VenerueU on assume
Barbados. She was here to leam their first visit to the Island wot
Movimfht Bathing
dsrd. and they
Consuelo back tt
Saturday.
accompanied
the Barbados General Hospital
^wtoh*.he"now"Weak, Mr" .ndMrTA'Dei" Monaco and Crib wuihe, the young Medico
Cnglu^^bich she now speaas ,,,,. ,w0 , c,rlo, Uld A1(rdo. , Jucc, ln h|, future career.
Her mother and sister who ar- They have come over forona
rived here about two weeks ago week and are staying at the Ocean
were ah* staying with Mrs God-: V^r live of the International Distribut- 1VX Venezuela is enjoying our
ing Export Company Incorporated Bali thing immensely.
and Universal Sport* Corporation especially moonlight
in Caracas. which she tried for the iirst time
i.n Sunday night.
in transit Here is something that
1NTRANSIT yesterday by few Barbadians take advantage
B.W.I.A. from St. Kitts to of, what could be nicer than a
|Trtnidad. was Mr. Peter King, son m.-nlighl bath, in crystal clear
if Mr and Mrs. 'Joe' King of Port- water and under the gorgeous
Peter has been trans- moonlight that we have been
' dresses v*th
net s k I r t
and velvet
tmfm
a Shantung.
Cocktail wear
I^IATHIRS i a nsr-'.:.ovning
mstead of a nat -rimmiiitl
are a cnaoge lo: cock'aii wear
from tbe inevitable sequin-
irisnmed veltr. caps iswac
woman wear,
i-ii-i.atj black cor*l ^athen
tpwid look attrmtiir n oloaav
or rtd lofr. and white or pcsl
-olourrd ola"t>-i gr dark MtT

/VHE letshion fur *e..ng fnu:
* is spreadMig. and chernea ar
especiallv popular.
The latest idea for evening is to
wear on your *n*t a SQaavb
purw cor>.2l?d d> : ol
r.ue chc.nea.
Cooks everythiag
T la usual Aing Uwae i
1 for m woman to lavke ajo^
n helo uV tot trie cniMran-B
Swe I heart of a woman
%.ng a job u a daily aook
pay Uia wages of a char-
woman at home.
gJ.iabr'Ji Jordan did Uits ano
nas wr:tteo a delightful ooot
full of sound common sens*
ami good recipes wtitch Li puo-
.jbea '.his week.
In iwlgsoa', cHaff* ' -'i> '*
ic-"r sTMaabefrt /ordc-i itU
i* cook tr-rftmnc
yob
*om -c*
ami fruit*.
From Bcsc Jrama. Ia.>. wistca
'CrfVtM tvmrrtm

!ETan:u:ii eaves nave
ipped. lo 3on^p.g.-
Slor.1" rh>> U

a-_.se
- Aa Cooks Oo costs 1Q. w
lfab*r and V
Very dull
\fTKR rreultn* 'n* mottf.-
- wa:er.:ig lew*
nook. I found the ae U iitin
Of POOfl DOOt:
which sells for .in. rap du .
It ha, the uuur..
leas Xoias Caite Oir.ger >re:
wlO) o
Bo-Jed Fru:' Ca':e ith no -ggs
frainKlv 1 would nrh-r go
tesi eoeniim dreste* ar? in
and voti cvuld
naked shoulders w.uu.
and unfldorned.
Jnt Louis e Pen
and h<-a:i:v eiperi now pi
beaud'uf ctteafj gold
isee nbove) btfore thev -
Ir.v. :";.
t't-in an app!n-
1e aoirt dwt ovr (h- I
- ,-'i remain* Escorts mHu cumniB!'.
Enter on their dinner jacket)
e>e had thtnot easy K 'ar.
London Express S*r. .e%
CRYPTOgi OTK -Hrrr's hon Co v0|k u-
IXTDLIAAXI
It L O N O F C L I. u W
One letter simply stands for another In this example A is u%m
for the three Lv X for the two O'S, etc. Single iftun anea!
trophies, the length and formation of the words art all ;iimV
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogmm Quotation
XUWB LUBBPJ TK QUCK MWJvpGj
OPQK PJVKV NKYOPB'OAPOO-NGT-
AWAWGO ODYCO
Crvptoquote: THE WRITTEN LETTER RmfAIve
AS THE EMPTY WORD PERISHES- PROVERB.
* Dittntwlt* 0> Km| Ftaiurn SintfiCkll
amur.
^r*%
TRY SOOTH I SO.
delicious Vicki Medicated
Cough Drops for real throat
comfort. They 111
cough with special medxiis.il
ingredients of Vicks VapoRuh
And they soothe your throat,
refresh >our mouth with tsvci-
honey'Smooth golden goodness.
: a package today!
m
**

G L O H E
WEDNHSDAY r>.hFOR ONE NITE ONLY
WILL FYFFE and LENI LYNN
IN
HEAVEN IS tHOUSwi llll iormi
Back In Operation
T IS good to see the Electric
. Clock back in IU old position
hanging over the road
bottom of Garrison Hill outside,
the Electric Suppl> Corporstion'i
Office.
Almost everyone who p a
i
Daghtl
St war art ihrlr watches bv 'erred to Ihe Port-of-Spain Branch havinj these last fe'
this clock, snd they are M-rv few of Ihe Royal Bank.of Canada He
of us who do not fiance up at It has been in Si K M Eaiter With Her Chi dren
___. 1 .4 1 -> Bfesl lr..- ^T^.S.
when passing
Annual Leave
| i-ert Mac Donald ar-
Trintdad on
Sunday bv BWI A to spent
three weeks' holiday in Barbados
in Bank of
Cutnmarec in Port-of-Spain and
ll M -wiuol lftv lk-fore going
middle of last year
Miss B. Austio. Miss K Austin, a RRIVING y e s t e r u > u>
his sister Rosemary and seveml i\ H.W.I.A. from New York
M'.lac Donald ar- ot h\* friends W ''' via Antigua was M:
Tnmda | him during the short time th*t Dtiarte, who is from Venezuela
the 'plane was in. She has been in the U.S.A. for
r\ u \ir svi_ it c a -'"out six weeks and is here :o
Un ner Way to tne U.O.A. ..-nd ihe Easter holidays with
MISS DAPHNE AI.l.AMHY, I ,-i daughter who la -I
for Antigua on vent and her son who is a psipU
Tnmdad, Robert us '.VIA ix on her at the Lodge, She will be stay-
with the local branch here. H.< way to the States and will bv ing with them at the Paradise
i?. staying with Canon and Mrs. staying with Mrs. Donald Rogers, Beach Club, and will be here for
Frederick ir. 10th Avenue Belle *vho lives in Astoria. Long island, about three weeks.
YiUs. Her cousin Mr. Douglas Greenidge.
I hopes be at La Guardla Lucky Fellowi
Field to meet her. Many of ber RETURNING wsteruav
"- 1\ HW.IA.. afier two week,
Hasting!. Hotel were Missj
i Marisa Pllmrner. Miss Pamela de
I o Live In Innidad Boun and Miss Pamela Knaggs j
all of Port-of-Spain. While they
Who Made Them?
*^#ANY people are still talking relations and friends were at Sea-
. about the I
lumes worn by Mad.,
ova's pupils in her recent Dancing
Display at the Empire Them-.
and Carlo has been Informed that
many of them were done by the
well to see her off.
Easter Court
THE Court moves from Buckingham Palace to Windsor
Castle on Thursday. April 6. and King George VI and Queen
Elizabeth will be in residence there for about five weeks.
Last year the Easter Court at Prominent local peop;.
Windsor had to be cancelled be- ccive invitations to dinner at the
cause of the King's IU castle. The state rooms will be
This Easter there will be a fam- ipened for some of the parties.
Uy party, including, it is bel\ve-.i For the first time since 1939 the
Queen Mary, who is fond of Wind-Windsor uniform will be worn l>>
sor and has a separate suite there those entitled to do so. Its use is
in the Augusta Tower. confined to male members of the
,,.. _,. ,. .. Royal Family and some of the high
Although rrmce Elizabeth is offlclals of the household. The
^^.^.^L^^;^0!^!.1.1,^ Master of the Household Informs
them when the uniform should be
example did not always work out.
.The poorer tenants sometimes
lowered U of the
others.
The report suggests "halfway
house" possibly racoi
ildtype propertywhere problem
rradi assist-
Bd .tn'i traint-il before I
I cated new houses.
Summing up. the report de-
clared:
'Training in house manage-
ment and domestic methods is ur-
gently necessary on any new
fanning, wattle
-.l.N.S.)
Id II tit.i lay.- in March, she will
be at Windsor for a time and
Pltnea Charles will occupy the
nursery in the Victoria Tower.
It is likely that Prince Philip
worn.
It consists of an evening dress
coal of blue cloth, with collar and
three-inch cuff of scarl-t cloth.
:2'Sr*Z& S barter -e^usr haT.^ed en.,
service at St George's Chapel on
April 27. He is expected to stay
at the castle for a few days.
Throughout ihe time the Court Is
at Windsor the King and Queen
will entertain small house parties.
Guests will include members of the
Cabinet apd ambassadors.
are three buttons on each front .if
the dress coat, two at the waist
behind and two at the bottom of
the back skirts. The white wais:
coat is single breasted i
collar and three small gilt buttons.
Breecnes or trouser* are worn as
occasion requires.
I H OSS HO III.
BART? kikst
SYRACUSE,
tad to cross
the street fanatt the red light in
Syracuse, New York, heard
voice blare "Avoid that run down
feeling" be careful. It is the
voice of an electronic robot on
record broadcast from a box on
top of the traffic light post.
M
11 A N 1> MBS A
O'DONNELL. ami U
vero here they had
^'^rr' .'.l ?'./"- d.uh.er-|e,t for T
hoot. Jemmotts Lane.
W
Here (or Easier
HO should step oft
"
rttired from
MUjll
'drive yourself car and in it,
inch ol
b so
r. and' has m*or ">": *" ' lhe
I :.,,; Cherry Tree HU1, Bath-
daughters left for Trinidad on , iatl lbou, everv ,
S^Kr. '"'rn0?n byIA B*'m. the island. They skO.
Mr. ODonnell has suld oul his ._,, ...w, ,w-^ ...
II W 1 A Trinidad Hiht on They have been livm, in Barbados *l*b; s" John Church, Rookie)
many years and have a wide Be*ch. S*1" Lords there didn t
cireia of I many of reem ">* {P0,,"n " >/""l ""
whom were at Seaw.ll on Sunday ""JJ; h*"T visited
The O'UonnelU will be llvlnj ' Ssawell to see them off, and
a nil ttMsl son Mr. Bobby ODon- v.hrn lhe lime came lo lew ttssN
.s In charje of the *ere so many goodbys kisses
Wie Is here to spend Esster and Mechanical Department of Messrs being shared, that Carib was very
will be in Barbados for about ten J N llamman and Company sorry not to be the n
dsys, staying at the Windsor Hotel Limited in Trinidad. any of them.
Saturday inlransil I
ruela but Miss Pegu, i
for several years used to live in
Barbados with her mother at
Whitehall Cottage. Hastint
148. when they returned to live
in Caracas.
BY THE WAY , mcHoaam
MY ^*'r My* Ul*t "24 p1*" c,lce belwen ** Engliah and first chance when Goun.i
, w; nir-coitts are being sent American styles of nasal propul- him ulaving ft violin under water
to an Antarctic whaling base." 1 sion Miss Wosherbocker objecU at the Cirque Medrano in Pans,
hope they will leave their coats to the little leather protector And, oh. do not let us fan
in the cloak-room before the whi.h Evans wears during prac- rich woman who aaid to K
whales mistake them for I'usian tkCw, and Evans objects to Miss "My husband, you know
lambs. "Join the animals and see Wosherbocker s sideway Jabs, uses vour cars "
the world." says a poster at Nor- using only one nostril. The Eng- fi.'-g, 7-i_ j-;--*;,*. -i;_
tholt And. indeed, even teg a.,- Uah method is to use the Up of the ?'!? **' *>CI**tii' I imv
bow being transported by air. for nose. During a practice run ves- A *r,lcI* 8lvm om '"c1* a"'i
better or for worse as the man terday the American banged her J* figures about the latest con-
said when he put the key of a nose on a shed door. Evan- lfl< scientists to our
potting-sbed down a pohcewo- started to push his pea up Uan- welfare says: "For the moment.
man's back because her nose was honi) Gut mislaid it. "" '''Sawst bomb they could make
hi wading 'Nothing broadens the and when he arrived oi. the sad- u'uld he ten times as po\w
mind like travel." vouchsafed a die of the Tyddlypwsh Pass found ,ne prcnt atom bomb "
parrot, after squawking a few he was pushing not the pea, but a
rather unorthodox opinions pick- little bit of mud (ENTER Jak Pel.
ad up from a sailor ui Brisbane. a Burmese business man )
y/nV U'm/i. ihu, I. /
Xoles On Thv Violin
In Training
1.DKKY-DH1VER
OBJECTIONS are being raised A
to the pea-pushing contest * no horn blow a bugle, \\h::i optimistic. Fas* the
Far the sneaaent. ll delicious.
Don't be impatient. You were
told these scientists could make
bombs a thousand times more
powerful than the piesent little
ho had toys That statement was ovai-
rnlattC, Far the Maaeal . .
between Evans the Hearse and startled a bay mare and put her **'> hurry them. Can't you
Jivie Woshetbucker. on the giound fa rtinht Next time he .-.iiould tnake do with the presenl l-omb
that the Prophetstown (111) pUy violin ..t crossmn- That 'or while? Just a temporary
champion Is an amateur But might itarl .id slop-gap, oi rather blast-gap Give
oincials at Nostril House tell me gat him a job on the concert Flat- them time For the Miwacat ....
that the real trouble is the differ- form. After all, Jummt/ in\ his c gods.
*w MEN
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AMI Kit \N SAGAMORE SHIRTS I. >s
B.V.D. PYJAMAS ............................ I i:>
SI l MBKRTVMK PYJAMAS................ 3.75
' PLAIN COTTON SOCKS (A Variety ol Colours) .61
COLOl'RED PLASTIC BELTS
lor men and Boys..........Mc. 4Jc., and .48
EVANS & WHITFIELDS
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it &-iVt?-.i.Ta3C ? ,
84. You itioj tour caassstsr waa 80
_ pworieae an aax-^ii, ah
M. To anauarc. iat^
l?. Where you ar preiu aura 8a fatd
. a tonic water. ,j| "**
tl. War. It lhu bunnuis W lnt_
ui for me ctoubla fljjuiw ? ,gT
as. roe tbe aaai c4ue it a gtuog. (3
Dows
l. uan'.ins u u.*;;j oarriafl oul to
. afiftleve tbla. ti ~ **" w
a. leanaan in* rope at gva. (i
3. What maaas IM pawiu, per T ,9*
Yt **ra *B0B'
Bi mat otbtr name tra a label.
lhe note iu returned. (*)
8. Tart tie ;inii.i. t7.
I. in tu Incorporates. Hi
M. Take_ ..
13. With wbtcn
march, it,
r, itt
rTou-ii and
iMtlva,. (||
tau la aav auoual
IIXIMINATING
WASHINGTON.
Among puuled listeners at a
lecture by a noted psycho-analyst
on the meaning of the piay "Death
of a Salesman" was ArU
the author of 'Death of .. Sales-
man."
Families
Problem
_ BRISTOL
The need to train slum familio
in house management and domes-
lie methods before installing them
in new houses is voiced in a re-
port issued by Bristol's Depu'.v
Medical Officer Dr. R. C. Worln"-
den.
According to the report, families
'typifying slum life at its worst."'
were found on new housing es-
tates in Bristol.
An investigation showed that
155 "problem families" l u;u;
.people of all ageswere found in
the city. Of the 155 fa
per cent lived on housing estates
owned by the local council
Characteristics of the problen:
families' ml neglect
of children, irresponsibility, in-
providence in the conduct of life
and lack of discipline in the home.
where dirt, pom!? and squalor
often were conspicuous.
Lower Than Anmi.tls
"At its worst, such a family
often lives in a standard of hy-
giene lower than that of the ai -
mal world," declared the repori
"The mother rarely makes ai.s
attempt to keep the house eata >
or to do any cooking or washir :
of clothes, or any of the 101 Jot *
undertaken by the mother I
average families.
"But. it is really n
how the children, notwithstand-
ing these deficiencies, seem 11
progress satisfactorily in hcali
and general physkal develop-
ment."
The report declares thai tt I
policy of rehousing "poor class'
tenants next door to "good class"
'.enants in the hope that the
standard of the poorer families
would improve by precept ami
A<>l ATM (LIB CINEMA M.mb.,. OraVl
TONIGHT (SI'NDAV), Tl'ESDAY, and Till IIM>\. SIGHT
AT 8.30
ROBERT NEWTON DENNIS PRICE HERBERT 1
MARCEL DALIO STANLEY HOLLOWAY
GUY MIDULETON
in "SNOWBOUND"
and introducing MI LA PARELY
\ I mvrrsal Picture
Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling .
... so packed with action thai you will love
P
L
A
Z
A
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 5 Slid 8.30 p.m.
PARAMOUNT!* TOP CHAMPION
11ENKV
FONDA*
mm
Mai MI'RBAY
STL VIA
sMDNI 1
"TRAIL o( thr LOM-Iivu
Color By Trctuucolor
\/ DHL llll KH HimvtTIQH 7
MM./,/!/
.. women nmd to
affar o?"-n.othra
ore ofUn aakad. OtW
mother writsa:
"The oompany Durva
ninouiiaodwd Paradol
whan my daugbtar
feared aba would loea
hct Job beoanee of tuna
lost each month. Now
.ha lost* do time and
do*, uot Buffer pain or
dhKOwifbn aBwifaaWy."
Paradol ia the an* war
for women who aulter
each month. Quick
relief also from head-
aches and neuralgic
Sue. The aaase "Dr.
laa" h your aeBur-
anoB. Carry Paradol
in your puree
QUICK
RELIEF
FROM
PAIN
PflRfiDOl.
ACTS
QUICKLY-
LIKE MAGIC
' Mcniholaium' is the wonderful
soothing healing halm. If you have
awful pains in your head or body,
if you have a natty cold or chill, if
you are lormcntcd h> ilua trouble.
yOU Mtd Mcniholatunr. It is SO
" easy to use and acts like magic.
JUST RUB IT0N
RUB il where ihe Pain is and the
aided.
RUB it well mio the chest and
put a little in the nose
and the Cold soon rocs.
RUB it on you
Skin gel* beta r.
'Mcniholaium' acts quicklythere
is nothing like it.
Gel a jar or tin to-day. but make
sure you get genuine' Mcniholaium'.
(Ask for "Ml N-THO-LAY-TI M'V
-RUB IT HERE
-RUB IT THERE
-IT BENEFITS YOU
EVERYWHERE
BROAD ST.
jrn
DIAL 4506
From Recent Arrivals
W ofer
VKK1TAS PRESSURE LAMPS-MO Candle Power
GALVANISED MESH WIRE 1 to 2 Various width-
GALVANISED PIPE ft Fittings 4" *" siies.
Our Customers are asked to note that we shall not he
opening on Saturday 8th instant
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
DIAL 4220.
HOY AI. Worthmgs
TO-NIOHT Si rHCKS AT S SO
RepubleC Double
awa rtOGtttfV Dele EVANS
I Mill NKVABA KKUIB'
and
(NIVISM MII.D (AT"
E.W'IIIK
sn sHUM TO-DA1
WgD ONLY AT t IB p m
t'elUS AfUeU ee8l
The CISCO SOD ln
rwr vuiwr hum hi. i
end
'BOaaOKSD 1ROI HI.)
William BOVD Hd>ad> CLYDC
HOXY
NO K\
AT 7 38 p m
!"-';- S|U(>UB-
S8rphei..e BACtlU FT.
ui mihi \mi Mill
and
w MOMI V.MHI < -istKAlti
Wild Bill QJJOTT-
aibm nmascM
OI.Y.HPK
In Tins and Jars. Made only by #
The McnthoUtum Co., Ltd (Eslil. Iea9), Slough, Enjlaod.
AJ>ai HulU o. N.Y.. I s \
NOTICE
Our OFFICES. HARDWARE and LIMBER
STORES at Bridgetown and Speightstown wiB
be Closed on SATURDAY. APRIL STH assi
will Reopen on TUESDAY, APRIL UTH-
( uMcmers are requested to arrange th**1
eekfl accordingly.
PLANTATIONS LIMITB*


TTfiSIUY. \Ptn. 4. Ml
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Colonies
On Tour
LONDON
A touring version of '.he
nial Exhibition, which formed the'
I attraction of the Colonial.
Month in London in 1949 and
: IhJN
;.ti0.ooo visitors, is now bean
l>arw I Ottlov 01
Information for the Colonial
Office The Secretar.
the Colonies has iiu
operation of the Civic Auih,
lain m '
ing for i tout win. I
!U!W>
The
city for from two to throe weeap -
The Colonial Secretary dm i>ro-
posed that the first week ol the
inhibition's visit should be
celebrated ;is j "ColonU
on the lines of "Colonial Month "
Special meetim*. lectui.
Him shows would be arranged,
and "Jiopt, store*, aocietle
and manufacturer^ would be

their nwn aaael
lenast in the colonies.
The ettaM to whitli invitation-
-K>en sent, together with pio-
vislonal dates for the exbibMkM
are; Southampton, May: Bristol
June; Cardiff. July Uv
August; Glasgow. September
rfnwinila uu^TS ne, October
Bradford, November; and Btrm-
jigham. December
-Tt.r
Colonial
Development
Fund
LONDON
In reply to Mr. Rankin whi
asked the Secretary oi state fai
the Colonies (Bar. James Griffiths)
the touti sum of uwnev alb
from the gl2l millkn .
for development under the
nu.1 Development A
of the money nlloi..
pent; and how much hj
ppem on Colonial Development
in the pait flva a#j
tiirtUti
"The- are tnree Magi
process of admin i:.
vnilnbL- undei the
VelopnieiU and \Vcll,ii.> Al |
llcH-atini: tha B130 million to
Colonial Governments and
ervices; ib) a proving scheme
Within the allocan.n
(c) issuing money in accordance
With the terms of appr".
the cheaeai
"(a) t'117; million out of the
120 million has been allocated
date to Colonial Governments and
central service* such as re
aurvcys. training, etc the balance
Oi 121 million remain* as an un-
allocated reserve.
(b) The total sum approved
Car schemes counting against the
120 million is about LU4 million
"(c) Issues made to date from
the Colonial Development and
Velf.ii>' Vote since the Act came
IP" force on April 1, 1946,
aiount to nearly 29 million.
baues made in each of the last
tOur years are, in round figures,
aa lollow i
AM *MTK* FOA TME PaulfSCAL ,?.cAOtMY
l4oIT 3.543.000
1947W ..... 5.340.000
194819 8.355.000
194850
(estimate) .. 13.T10.000"
bit
Resigned
In Prison?
PAHIS.
Edmond Hehak. Secretary Gen-
eral of the Council of Pree Crech-
oalovakia in Paris believes that
I Llemeiiiis probably al*
ffady was in a Moscow prison
When he 'resigned."
Kehak emphasized that he
OOuldn't authenticate the Infor-
m-ition, but he' said he has a let-
ter from "very good sources"
pf tiu.ii kttl March 9live de)
before tin- aanounoement of cie-
resignation"affirming
Ih.x Cleenantu alnaad
fi-^iner in Moscow.
\7hothai Uiis means a big Rajk
pe show trial in Moscow ox ob-
U\ mil m ,i Siberian slave laboui
camp for Clementis. Rehak
aeuldn't guess. But he is certain
It will be one or the
He also affirmed that the whole
trial, light down to the last dnm-
n ilnt! Catholu Auhbisfco,
Joseph Derail has bean complete-
ly prepared and the Caachosaa.
Wkian government is m*t wait*
iii: i propitious moment to
alert it.
_________ I MM.
Increase Imports
COLOMBO. Aaeit I
Increased kmporU aujed loo
fillion rupees from non-dollar
gt*ea may be allowed
tan under the revteed .mpert
i- reaaai uaiiy rell-
(
i Is stated
tt Ixi glVU ,
wuddle Isss" goods, and among
I -o be in-
aneased axe automobiles, boarg,
Hrrtts and foods,
increaset' hone)
he allowed, but 111
ta expected in
pi Rr^U-i
WHO WON?
i CHESTERFIELD, Kng
Two chaaa club players bath fell
Bleep during a match, and upon
farakaning neither could remem-
er whose aaave it was. They
ant a letaar to the
Chess AaaoclaU.-n explaining theii
rndJcament am. aafclnc
won the fame. Than
waiting a reply.
1 C.P )
One Way
Traffic
LONDON.
ng Yun,
Korean \
Britain ha
r*y| liRht to th,- north, and the
people than
to the South

quantly. merchange
or ralation
North and South."
TV Bl-ynar-old envoj ii thai
Aral aaarnaa Ambaasndor to
1
i- having some difficulty In be-
coming acclimated.
that has
struck nag moat nDoa i arrived
here soiru' waakl ago." he tated
"It is most noticeable in food ana
^oods things which
people enjoy, like a good beef-
steak."
Tchi-Chang Yun. who -pent 10
years in America, is in.
his wato and mum chO
miiine in Seoul. He ami
a director o| the Bank oi Korea
the .iiplomatie
service
The new Amba
Ml between
Rritain and Korea He helieves
I sood potential market
here for Korean leaf tobacco.
-INS
TAX ON
HEROES
LONDON.
Now the Uutivh Revenue oti"

taries of tha IM British llnboal
atatlona rocelved ii Ian
iiotiii's that lifeboatnu!.
let's and cash awards over $140
a vajaj Bat avlni Upwraoawd
. .
liable U tuxatu>n
"It is a -
man save
I
lifeboat crews amount to more
than $280,000 annually. Awards
ha British Itoyal Nation-
: Institution
cording' to tha i in umafa

Liaaboal amnwalm in Briiain
Iginaa (aa ol
. .
*7i.aa. Qthei members of tha
1H> boat crew* r<
they put
Ail t)w ruine
ra the *me for all
U oants !,,, -he lial t> hours
and then jb cents an hour.
| live-hour sent'
aatsslng itircraft N
t.W Aii-
otnar crem was awaiu< 114 <
i ighi
A D. Burnett Brown,
Nayal akRiona]
Ule4KMt likstitutloii, aaW
. the lnUnd Bavenue have
lied about tan
Thirly-se\rn v*-ar-old Denis
Prioa, coxswain (
Margate (Kent County) lifeboat
wbicb opaaataa most:,
hazardous Ooo the English Channel aid. Thei.
i sure to be diiati>taction W>
have aiway> bean undaw ine un-
pression that our morw->
taxable"
in of the
lifeboat.
which also operates n tr.
said. '! wonder wh-;
$! worth of rescue
WOT i SUN P
CRAW1.EY DO*
Bngai
ay treatment i
doctor for a voung vnm
"'
a member of
bathing Association (C P i
' Window On EuroBw
De Gasperi Steals
The Thunder
BY MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM
LONf>
SIGNOR DE GASPEWS GOVERNMENT hn ih.i been
pullmi: m punches roccntlv u is determined U) auaih
ane pnseni wv at strikes and dbavden Uat an beau
(nKineered by the i-Mivnus ,1 BJghl nd Kt'ft m Italv
fof lew BJKl order introduced hy Ikilv's
"sltoni; man" and Minister ol InU'iioi. Sigrtor Scelbe, in
Olude a ban on factory meetings and on the hawking ol
unauthorised newspapers in ttie sin. .-ttons on
pro^ossion, an increase in ihe sue ui ih<- police I
Titcse ate aimed ootn .a me wtaa aetaaaan them
Lommuni ,. ueo-Faacisi
I, tha M.s l. who spend
iheir time goading euch Other to
lurtlier acts of notousness.
The present Communist atravaa
and agitation in VenlO
MBen, Turin .ire allegedlv In
protest against Scelba's laaallia.
arnica tbak leader Togliati, de-
clares are "unconstitutional" and
"restrict trade union freedom.
But everyone knows that this :s
only part of the reason. The
t omniums), want i.
urd i
Mr ;.git.i
tionto couicide uiin :heir com
in IraJaca in protest
fM armed aid i
Btttng to the two coun-
tries. Most important.
striving to discredit the Govern-
ment because de Gasperi ha.*
atolan much o! their thunder by
his recently ;mnounceil .il.ms fo.
i land reform. The truth is the
Government has been a little too
lul of latefoi Ccaunufl
lit liking. The new budget has
ttempted to tackle the an
; of Italy's unemployed milh
i expanding
Hut mass unennn
MB tne hobby-horse (
the Communists. They resent th*
attempts rnanant to
II DWer -addle.
Slrenylhewd
Hut what ha> trt-ngihi nnl
do Gaspen's hand most bet bevn
the pledge he lava B
to break-up partuMy the Sg
estates. The Italian Prime Min-
urter'a proposals Bar land reform
will help to ease a piublem that
has long been crying <-ut tin-
solution. For there is rani miserv
9outh Mali
Last year land
peasants in Apulia,
and Calabii.i. wen
the Comma il tl
itot ideol.-n,..! oraglB. Two
same is tree <
fKcupied' now un the borders
ol the Rlvai Po m the North. The
Italian peasant If revetting
inat in
icMgnor da Gasp..
distribute land in aboul 250.000
Southern families Tli.
igntlj io
this project In apllt un Ihait

formidabi. toganiia I
iii verj leeaaM from
twentieth ivntury re....
renti>. fo when m
rang up
one of the arealtl
Uheb (o be expropriated, Prmce
Alessandru Tnnonui I under
stand he aanl 1'i.n es
are not called to the u
But unless de Gaspen
in, there

Small ( han'.:. ,n Creece
The raa
rts*ll> expected it wool
present stale
parties In i
ed by the Pop,. .
Tsaloaris.
bring the King beck
dent wey
war t>4d
made it cat
some aupp
little more
r umber of eats 60 on'
a suiia r.
eeaaaaan o| uk the
it had been agreed by
the three Centre Party leaders. M.
1.


i the larg-
to form

(Centre Progreeuva Union) --
with the other two leedetl acting
;ui deputy Premiers. This might
have been the best solution en
the whole Qeneri I P
reecf/i few "atteng men
Being a iibei.d -lightly leu -.1
centre, he would have been tol-
erated by most of the pai I
Left who. with justlfk. |
that, if the election results show-
ed anything, the;.
Right. But
now Greece Is to be ruled bv
M. Venizelos' party which has
only 55 minorilv

. largely wi tha
support of the PonuUatl
for the strong Government that
Greece needs in order to faf
the immense work of reconstnw
cad'
: i.niii> rwaaeetruoUon
Ainera'.iii
fundsis the DM
lem facing whafe
sits ;it All I For :iu
At prea
cut. however, most (ireeks are
do their work ftN
I .:iies have
era I, thougii 'iuite undjei
hatred for Communism
vague desire for 'reion.
are muni neas. And
.t some
time. aeeii i uoii*.
H aa not it wUl Utrn
out to Ik' .i doak
personal ambition. < (,, the
Greek's Inherent indn
the desire
dan to become a i>art>
rlamn <

p iitico


and Qe* '
tent* 'ii
In the 1
man fric:
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ihnculu i laaet
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^4^- B i Bj
theme oi
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best known
Put out the 1
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PAGE THREE
22 Million
Britons Have
No Bathrooms
lONDON
.in half the people ol
I athrooms
at
an tub In front oi the open lire.
..led in
Kational s-iai 3
6.( 00 homes
For Export Only:
Rickshaws
castle, hi.
exporatna

i tinti wuli
'.....

th- vehicle-, in the
LN.S.
I

civil am ortad '"

I tite (ah and

Many voted (or a I
Front including S..
arhh n has advanci d
aopo ' .v. ataaJ aaaa
piuinise between the Athaaui
and the Ian
k minln
ide
A Railna.v in the Balknnv
Winle -till in the Balk..

.....let to i fiitiu.
proacheiiient twlwct, Ore.
Tito The Aim
alt* i -
. agaged

nd They are
of th*'
/at
ii a 'ource of fric W /
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IHOW PBOPUS
1IOI.1
Hilly H.- .
bJ
nightclub I
Ann
Sheridan
a

Brro) Ki' i i
'

H
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overlng
by the Scientific
Committee of the Mln-
that one faaaily
ead aiaaa a bau-
n 30 barn* In
'ban 25
iK'recnt hcot their bath
d pans.
the higher income
yroups familiea aaetaaaj more
aeav-ane paeaeet
aahlng lacilities. In the
:roup third have no
bathroom available, alnios* hall
ad only aa
i own bathroom
aonle wrath l*s live- in
At The Tp
act : the n-
ave no ptpt-d
Mi ,
! ' Bagl n
i m London,
ad from -


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west (40)

kwth and
land.
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Cleanse the system from blood
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nei'rlils. pimples, bolls, sores and
rninon skin ailments, can derive great
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antkrpltcs in | m KmuKiun Base.
Ii sips the i.ih of rapidly spreading microbes like
sUiphtUrorm* and su-epioeoceas. which i aene Berber's Bash.
RoHm Impel iio and Kln*wrm.
i m \ MltMCM \ for :
Barbers R (,|, lmpriio. Boih. Athlete's Feet, etc- eU.
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nrinkinc ruoe.
Hot Water Belilrs
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' Ol'R PKlNCKIFTION OKPARTMENT IS SECOND TO
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See us lirM (or .
REPAIRS
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BAY STREET.
'hone. 11.117 U Simp
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Tnit A/e* fast J
&r/iome \
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i and the aim <
'-ilk- Li to restore it *
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fneiwi* with
ulening. if not
one-

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the Aegean ou.'.eieti i
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nmunitt
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Democraui and General Plastlrasi virtuall)' at war
It'< ien*atin
Rising Dry Yr*at is tbr modern buii|
i syi frvsh week after
wwk without rrfriawstion. When you
hefee m aanaeBM it ror futer htdonc
. . BBore dclioout beinng resu.-
new grsmtle yteat n * i
rompirtted vn.ii Oncf y.m'vr fntd it
I without it. A>>
Kaanaan'i Pan
RtWng Dry Vent.
* sSc^cT fash without nsftige&tii
RECORDS
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STAYING AS HOME .......................ftu WtU
a nosrwn spinft t^ ^om
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. \PR1L ), ,*.
BAKBADOS4ftAOVtMTE
f.^-..i
I ky Tbu UWM C Las- * area* wu I
Tunday. April 4. 1K5B
i\oi Cricket
YOU muit come together and speak
with one voice, say those who have sold
the idea of federation to the leaders of
West Indian public opinion. Only if you
speak with one voice, only if you unite
can you expect to have anv influence, they
aid.
Well the British Government has spoiled
this argument. Some other will have to
be brought forward to convince the West
Indies that Great Britain is really inter-
ested in the welfare of islands whose
hijtory does not represent the proudest
page in the story of the British Empire.
Because if there is one thing that the
West Indies did do in Grenada in Feb-
ruary it was to unite.
They had come from all over the British
Caribbean and their delegates had listened
with great moderation to the persuasive
arguments of the British representative
at the conference. Mr. Bustamnnte. Mr.
Gomes and Mr. Adams, the three great West
Indian politicians (if by "great" can be
understood the attraction which they
exert in their separate important Colonies)
all advised moderation. The West Indian
Sugar Producers, they said, had asked too
much. They had asked for more than the
West Indies were actually producing.
They wanted a guarantee for at least
900,000 tons, whereas in fact the West
were only producing 725,000 tons.
Let the West Indies ask for 725.00"
which is their estimated present produc-
tion and the West Indies would haw i
to be thannful to the British Labour Gov-
ernment for not actually causing unem-
ployment in the areaeven though they
cot-ld hardly thank them for any prcfrr-
ent al treatment.
In less than 48 hours, the roprettnUUvM
of what were intended by the British
rnment to be a new Federation, an
embryo Dominion, had agreed that a policy
of moderation m the only polii to con-
the British Government thai the
West Indies could leave hold o(
and politic..; catchwords and speak with
the voices ..f grown men. Ho have thy
been di i me ' Londi
new Food Minis:
London," Kb i Ml Herb*
"anil we will behave vei..
listen to the storv . have In- ira al
length from Messi I
Campbell and Cuke; not to n
,-st Indian G Hi will Ualaw
to you, but we on hold out little I
that anything will
the rest of ih" Commonwealth
accepted what is I offer,
and v.
sugar is to y u. but "I COUI I
impoverished little islands and
you grants in aid and taken by and
you are a I
lb* pages of West India
pifctty memorials to the Great
, m v.-i the wl i W|U
echi Mr. Anthon) ' '
allocations before the Wi
chance to go to En
and st. v modest and reasonable
request is not erlent
Barbados tot-tunata tin', unA
fi nt sugar allocation foi
ndies as a I lkll>
tO be
from 640.000 tons to 725.000 I
but she cannot help speaking up I
rights of the area as a who!
contribution to that solidarity which th"
Kresent British Government g
r deareal ndah lor the Bntlah wart
Indies.
could only
had shown half as much cone
in Barbad.
have been badly let down and a i. .
Government nas done It dence
can we feel in any of their promises ? Only
they can ai
manly decision.
I El......l For Treasures tomniumsl
"""* I111IJJ1
On Fossil Island
Barnard WkWaed Has A Look A t Darkest Afrit a
(three of them by me), and
are probably thousands n
the searching.
Some clumsy ancestor ot ui.'
,'| modem elephant may h.
A new communist catechism which has
fallen into the hands of Spanish police sets
forth 21 rules to be observed by party
militants.
In Spain, at least, the term 'militant
applies to those trusted comrades who be-
cause .if courage and ability, are given the
dangei T-.ents involved in the
mnd operations of an outlawed
group dedicated to overthrow of the exist-
D, V.Scott TO-DAY'S SPEC,A
a CO.. ltd. at the COLONNA*
via. i-ike Victoria 4 i.uy>lil Wy The1
Alt. the but explore!! JMBt- a ,._._JS|_.,
ually stumble on a Lost World rttraant*
hill ol strange people or extinct ..There were probably snakes
immals So I thought that before this simian Eden, but the rea
Sff-mf M2H*"* K""~ uus or Perhj,^ ^-grjj- ;ky chores inc> o
....,^rjffi"21S'-fcSS %.eap dlh,,or, r ark and thre.? Uiem 0 lb. ^^^"^L, Station of
in Africa, bu, inuirles showed ^S^"* *?SS*2? 5ia3 a & "- " ,h
tha, I might Si *!..* cro^n^.JVmTu^i. OardwI of Eden.a patch no.more
.h/crocodile which P^'n tbeir tree into the water ing government.
-perhap* a naughty ape-boy ( Thlsl. nsky chures include acts of sabo-
M
('null?
M irnkl: PINEAPPLE .Ue.Tlai) tl_M
IltlMUAU ORANGE i GRAPE
EM-IT m ...........
VIM CLEANSER (Large) .
VIM CLEANSER (Small) ....
uiai ,,.. ..-.., ..,.-.-.. -- crocodlle8 at* uiem in thousands. *^* " *<. ,.......
S ,,mLi"e SSS" .cSSing Ihelr rX. in tne nd than 30 yard, square, where .ho
and still not succeed. ~ ,.,__,,, rnanlrd ,h, i,t, seeds of more than ,0 kinds of
So when I heard oa, ient.Be drS%p The mud&^- "^ fruity nut trees have been
expedition setting out to an crocodiles' turned to stone
2*$nS -nner, turned ,. fossi, ^ A ***** Of
are just as fXtieu* a* ,r~, *Xz She was delayed, and instead ol it over they find something new.
And in a lost world inci uiey m^ p^,,^ Rusinga at night, as she though so far no one has discov-
much loss dangerous. usually did. she steamed past it ercd a fossilised ground-nut.
... *,-;-.-,- TL- at dawn. There were roses in the garden,
I orlOlM** aasr Qjjp 0, ner pastengers was Dr. too. because I myself found some
Si/*- Ol* i ."* L S. B. Leakey, an archaeologist, fossilised rose thorns.
who trained his glasses on the The only trouble about the
So here I am. the first white unknown island. From the con- place from the gardener's vie*-
reporter ever to set out on formity of the rocks he guessed point was the plague of snails
Busings, the fabulous isle of that it might contain fossils. There were millions of them
fossils in Central Africa. Since then he has been visit- Sixty varieties have been idenu-
Avt million years ago jng Rusinga every few weeks, fied already. Some of them laid
(which was only the other day. and over the years his finds have eggs ttz big as those of the robin,
geologically speaking) the island unfolded the story of this bygone in the evening, after a hl ad
was part of the shore of an paradise. sweaty day in the lost world of
ancient lake to which animals |||%sjiil#*|* ('amf stone, we returned to the motor-
came down to drink. _, II I DOflt ,or a beer an There were tortoises the sizi- ^T * "** beer part was easy enough, but
of 8 h p. cars (though not sj ;he difficulty about bathing was
fast), rats as big as dogs, and a He told it to me as we chug- ^ presence of lurking croco-
crealure as small as a mouse but 8*d over the lake in his motor- jiieai ready to turn us into fossil:
as fierce as a lion boat a* diverted ourselves by j^ Leakev ^red his gun Into
There were hyenas that stood trying to ram the crocochlc* the wateri ana said the disturb-
as high as a horse with Jaws that basking in the sundirect des- ^^ woud gjVe us ten minutes'
could crack open the bones of an cendants of the same crocs that Immunlty. To be on the sate
elephant, hedgehogs that couldn't had made his discoveries possible. 6ide j sUyeii in only one minute
curl up. and a thing like a guinea There are fossils on the island Wc slept under mosquito nets
pig as big as a donkey wherever you treadbones from on tne dcck of tne ^a, ail()
Iaording over them all were ten. the forebears of the lion and the round about midnight there was
of thousands of ap. dilTerent leopard, the rhino, and the hippo, a 5nort b sjde ,j,at sountied
known .today, with fc Pjrt*^ ^* l.*ff1S Uke all the coloneU
aking up at ihc same moment.
Brttth Museum. J thing to worry about." said
Sometimes there were sudden Leakey, so nly a
,,-elons. apricots, p-aches cher: disasters .., thai ancient world hippo, and they re v|
Ties, peas beans, and a ipice In one sun-baked patch of crum- you know.
like nutmeg And if the diet ever bling rock Leakey and his fossil
..pes tummy ache there hunters cam,, on the remains 01
were plenty of senna pods for ten rodents, three antelopes and a
the picking hedgehog, caught by some pre-
Until the disc ft iga historic flood and uTowned
it Asia was together
the original home Ol the ape. Near il b. LoUSj Cor:,.
overcame a colony o
older and more golden ape-age wood
their
with
teeth that were half animal, half have been found, including an
human. almost complete skull now in the
They lived In a world rich in
and nuts. There were
lice More than 100 ot
fossils have been found
And to U'e sai/ fareu?ell to
Darfci'jt Africa, land of ele-
phants uitc'i doctors, and lions
that bite your behind. Tomor-
row u>e join 'he su'alloics. the
'itghtinyaiVj. and the redshanks
that are nout forminff up into
parties /or the fhahf back Jo
Englandand the spring.
Londen Express Servk-.
Poliiir.il > si to nl
Uv W..I. ttrowii
Iloggfalgs 'an We Keep
Order U illioul UV
Oltea of partisan A geneiation is growing- to The understalraig will thus eon-
pU- ...aiihood whose childhood was tinue. _____
net of the normal security ol When crimes are
discussing this week a matter on home and the normal control ol they must be punished. But boil
,,, run. lugh ... Britain, the father. > imprisoiunenl.
II. s. ,. rs UT. ro^g,,
o.j,.! .,... rtaln That is not a short-term, but :. what .1 was before the
.g-lerm problem. A generation apart from some Borstal pnso.is-
aghl up amid the destruction w ithout-bars, no new prisons
of properly and life on an unpre- have been built.
dmpunca- redented scale Is not apt to he So some 2,000 prisoners are be-
Uon The real I pressed with the larredness of ing accommodated three In a ceil
hall en " ether. much s11" "s"
Meat there .s the problem el "I concerted action against prison
IpornottO |he war-time deserter, forced to ottVcen lhan when pri>
Uva underground and often b] accommodau
Ing. criminal means, because he can- greater risk that what
But mast .t would ,,ol lawfully acquire an identity tei.ee iU do to a prisoner is not
do no harm to youths who ctri or raUon book, without to reform him, but to complex
bludgeon old age pensioners of 92, disclosing his past. The police his criminal education
orpm.rparafflnonano." anuiesty here, bu" Like the police forces the pns..i.
,at .,n.l then set It alight, or stone Qovermnenl have so far refused, services is grossly undermanned,
.leath in a s uortages and high prices and for much the same reasons
commit any one of the innumerable have |enl incrCased value to But the Home becretary bas re
horrors of which we read In the ,hl. proceeds of tl.cd 'used prison officers even the
papers, If thev e\, >.al way of dealing with modest increase given to tne
of the pa." th>y Inflict on oil f curs.-, to prevent it police.
the proposed abolition Howr Through the police? But all Public alarm about the crime
punishment, we feel let Vcr the country there is a short- wave is fully Justifled. Nlgnt-
a , watchmen, bank clerks, l
We are 4000 short in London office clerks, cinema managers
I lit' NNHH alone, and probably 20.000 she.' n in their own homes
IHK posed, over the country as a whole I .'.safe.
Hie policemen we have a
us on lot of their time is spent In lrsa*rrt'lll
eiim ii.eil^us t |." ...I ll.e ii.>.iad regulaUons to That corporal punisl.
il 1" ' ..huh we are subject, and ol deterrent I make no doubt. It de-
.lo with- uhieh the number and sometimes ,ctr, nlc The Govennnent h...,
Hi,-character is such as to diminish no fo^ either. For it p
llogging iesl respect for law itself. corporal punishment for attacks
poet of a De- In these days of full employ- lin w-rtiers-
parunenta I hi 1938. ment and social security in old u/hen you have seen, as I hav
eanendeei age. men are not drawn to the S(M.ni a strbng man full ol hi'
its abolition, and on the teet that iKiliec force as _they used to be. and jnWiiigence reduced to the
..oolishod. abolition by the prospect of regular
level of a permanent r oron by a communist cause.
mob violence and a thousand and one other
tasks requiring nerve and some degree ol
intellii.ence.
The word 'militant", here is synonymous
with "activist', so the first rule of the new
ist handbook specifies the adoption
of an action name'' by each militant com-
ri h
This new name, the "catechism" says,
must be neither weird nor exotic. It must
not be a nickname such as "Shorty", "Slim'|
"Whitey" it should be an ordinary namei
such as Joseph, Peter or Manuelone which
is quite common and not likey to excite |
attention.
This new name must be used by comrades
at all times in referring to one another so.
that the real identity of militants may bei
safe-nuard from class enemies and police
spies.
The adopted name may be changed for a
new one whenever prudence counsels.
Second among the regulations laid down
by communist leaders is that addresses of
homes and places ot employment of the
respective militants should be kept in secret j
from their comrades.
This is intended to protect members I
against arrest in the event a traitor should
their midst or some member shouia
under police grilling.
Militants must at al ltimes lead a quiet
and circumspect life at home and at work
so that neighbours and fellow employees
may not suspect the nature of then
'.asks in the communist party.
mle is to be observed to the point
where the activist should join church and
rightist organizations whenever necessary
to maintain the masquerade.
Before so doing, however, he must consult
with his superiors and abide by their advice
He may join no organization of any kind
without specific consent.
He must never permit his home to be
usea is i place for meetings of any type
except possibly small families reunions.
Militants should never haw on their pei-
sons or in then h >mes any incriminating
documents.
Neither should they make any sign of
recognition upon meeting one another in
public, whether alone or accompanied.
CocnrnunM militants are urged to cultivate
friendahipa outside the party and to avoid
correspondence with other party members.
Whan lannlies or relatives are fellow com-
mence with them should
never bear on political subjects.
The activist should refrain from discussing!
parly matters even when he or she la
onably certain that the person addre:
BflOt. This includes the
husband or wife of the activist ami other
members of his or her family.
and other public places are to be
avoided as much as possible and the militant I
is to refrain from group discussions of a
political nature.
Above all. one should never allow one's
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of any kind.
No activist should make any reference in
public to the arrest, return to liberty, or
.aveillance of a comrade or the fact
that one has gone into hiding.
lid he usit any other militants
who may be in prison.
In making a contact with a superior to
e orders, the militant should be at
the ien.li'7.vous promptly, and should take
all precautions against being followed.
tinal points outlined in the "cate-
echism" for communist activists deal with
their "moral" obligations to the party.
He must contribute, and encourage con-
tributions by others, to movements which
will further the long-range interests of the
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_.. not, in the month* that Ini- ployment and a pension at the prlsoner driving a pair
: llowed by a end. cutting shears Into his brain, you
i .-rate for offence* )*;-,- Hermits ih.nk the Government arc rlghi.
noggin, had previously " "^"."ract mort But .1 .1 is right there It cannot
. ... .t .JZm One ii hUher ua l" U- wholly wrong everywi
1 would obaerve, as to this, that recruit*. One U J^J^ P** Tht. House of Lord* have more
' i,d k" CS1S"^^fwert^whlch u, .ceciil >ears shown
Involved the .....I the slx-da> week.wni.n^. |hemJelw< |o te morr , ,u>.,
That war
the
break-up **?!!*_.? wVlh "icaluv and with the mind
l. otiui is not* houses for ponce ^ BUini ,, ,,, House
bombing
i the .
IHH-I8. Iron, w luel. in IS"
f Si. Stafford Crtpp* lorbids more Common.^ It ma>
le than the recent modest riM and poral^ punishment
Mr Bevan forbids the second
another example.
f
be that cor-
will provide
L.E.S.
He must be on the constant lookout for
new lecruits, but should study each prospect
careliilly and sound him or her out discreetly
i il y score before making any recom-
mendations to his uparion
If the militant carefully observes the fore-
going set ol rules he will, the authors set
forth, piove a credit to the cause and will
help hasten the day when the proa
shall rule the world' (l.N.S.)
OUR HEADERS SAY:
Adult I To, Th Editor, The Advocau, >< - -
-Barbados If I .'be. illml
itnwd I i lid tit Bducatl
the AdvcrUsing culunuu uf vout manu.i
fwwsuapcr) Um haiMlat ot Slhh'uIi-i Uon rdu.-'.i
the United Kingdom. pniodi wIma
What is said In th.- United for able bay;
Kingdom about adult education grammar acnM
in therefore of special interest ihinn I
to ll-ibjdo.. opp-^:'
r\
I '.lint adult
uhng to attract the
IT. and H
[hi kind ol
Mgavg uffered In
and girls to miss
.
In a recent "TtanM" editorial academic evening studies ol a
the followm,; potDtl were brought grammar school stand..
out. "Adult education In Britain., when grammar schools hi
lays of Um mechanics, plied and the who'e togtl
institutes onwards, has always population is thoroughly sided to
been arranged in a way that tends see who might profit *rom bein
to leave out working men and icnt to one of them, the acadenm-
woman This is shown again in evening class is unlikely to at-
Wk* were taw Students? a report trict many manual
on the composition ol adult They are people who a
eliiMM In the Manchester area judged to be unsuited to acade-
p b> Mr W E Styler mic study. If they -re to con-
Only a little over 44 per cent of the tinuc their education of I
**mbtii of the cists- had left frCe choice, classes n
achool at fourteen, and more had Uv
baen to some kind ol grammar unacadi
school. 0\-cr to psa
professional, clerical, or highly Early in the o
skilled workers; less than 15 per a notably successful .
cant ware described as "sei
aUlled labour" and "unskil
labour god coarse manual wort
Theae tlgurw may not be sur- Horse," arranged al the i
i is' Union, ana it was
by one hundred
i Ulla itself sums up
the secret of the right approach.
u bore directly on the Job In hand.
This is not to say that all adult
m need be strictly voca-
That will always be im-
portant, but a man's hobbies, like
'iy or rabbit keeping, are
no leas a gOUH *he
educationist. The need foi
popular ways of approach should
be seriously considered. The
present system of educational se-
lection, which is. perhap*
fortunately, not yet perfect, tends
a all talent from the mass
of the population and to guide it
upwards by a separate path. It
becomes all the more
to see that those rejected on aca-
demic grounds are encouraged to
sharpen their skill and practical
nee in ways that attract
lo your taVdei
REAUF.H
opinion that one ol the benefits
conferred on the community by
the Housecraft centre is thai
"some of its students can equip
themselves as domestics." Do you
really think such a benertcient
result Is to be expected?
1 ask the question in all serious-
ness because a chief trouble and
problem of many overburdened
housewives today ;. nag VafJ
great difficulty ol ob-aining com-
petent and willing ami
help in the numerous and urgent
duties of the home especially
where there are children that need
care and training and good ex-
amples.
a return to the point
and discuss it with your usual
breadth of mind and practical
commonsense.
HOMEKK.K
which. 1 can only hnpe. will be
allayed when the npi*:
signs are released: perl
lust an opportunity arlU be sciz.'d
to produce something
the occasion. The postage stair.;".
issued for use throu;'
C:own colonies have fur long
provided of beau-
tiful colour prln:.
excellent Iltch BIN!
. .
issuing eo.. .' mother
-er of the adhe-
sive postage stamp, has confined
herself, with very lew excep-
tions indeed, to purely symbolic
and emblenvtie designs, in
which the portraits ol
.idmiitedly. ha
excellent.
frames and backgrounds rang...,;
from the :
On Uf
George
Crown colonies all received <
! Windsor Castle
in a worthy setting: the United
Kingdom suffered a set ol stamp*
whose background
impressionist wallpaper. Tv
peace issue after the late war,
which could so easily have hau
H pictorial theme, in
eluded in this country a collec -
lion of symbols which to man.,
ggMttod ..nythii.
.^ Is it pol
that any. I
thorilatively on the policy of o'
Post Office in these matters c- .
explain why it Is ti
not allowed, in cith r
nl or special issues, to
postal services of her < i
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V AlHMliV
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m a London -
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news that th*
special postage stamps for use
during the Festival
fills me with apprehension,
UTTERS whicb are signed) wtu a iwrn-de-plume. but un
aecaaaaaaied by Uke cwteasmry beaa tUea, will be ignored.
Many sach reaeb Um Editor s deak each week, assd readers
are again reminded ol Use sMoeaalty lor Uie writer's aaaae to
be ksMwa to the Editor, not far pablicaUea, Muu aaamr-
aswc al gawd faith.


TUESDAY. APRIL 4. 1930
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
KnockedDown Federation Will Stave Off Must Pay 2
ByHitAndRun Communism In W.l. For Damages
Says Local Politician
PAGE FIVE
Driver
The State Of
The Alleys
AT ABOUT 3.4.1 am on Sun-
day. Allan Mason o( Marlcv
Vale. St Philip, was found alont
East Point Road suffering from
injuries to his feet, hip and
shoulders He was taken to th
General Hospital where he was
treated and detained.
Mason alleges that he was
knocked down by a motor car
which did not stop. The police
arc InveetMRlUDg the matter
JAMES (IRKEMIIGE of Kirton,
St. Philip was admitted to the
General Hospital suffering from a
wound.
Greenldge alleges that he was
wounded
1 THINK that the federation of the West Indies should
be brought about with the minimum delav, Mr I
Miller. M.C.P. told the "Advocate" yaaterdiy,
If for no other reason this should be done, he
is the desire to stave off the menace ol Communisn.
distressed areas, where most of the poor people live in
slums steeped in vice and disease.
------------------1--------------------- He was sayln, ,h,s because he SZm 2TE2!
thought Communism should not nned ttamU
be discarded lightly, since it
Their Honour. Yesterday between 11 00 and
Lour. ,.( Appeal. Mr. J. w. B 12.00 ajn. two cars could be seen
i Ml I! A Vaughn in Finer ret Alter but the uucer
yesterday reversed a decision of thing is that one was blocking
Morris, Police Magis- the entrance "from Lower Broad
irate of District V Mr. Morris Street while 'he other was block-
had dismissed a case brought mg the V, re This
against Kenneth Murrell ..! Kir- alley, which
Ions ~
Death By
Misadventure
ilh a a
appealed lo the
suffering (lasses who would
totally in
enslavement wh
'jatc Jst. Philip, by the police In Messrs. Newsam's cycle store and
which he had been accused ol the Singer Sewing Machine Corn-
damaging a dwelling house. Their pany, is so small that it is impos-
Honours fined Murrell 10/- and sible for four cyclists to ride
t2 damages. abreast through it.
ptiiiosophv that ta*ted glass pane of th. A quantity of beer bolt
working and V"m dorr * broken by a stone of bread and banana skins could
would be f1 \ **. whlcn was on a table also be seen scattered around the
of the 'be house was also broken alley.
i wag m it- T,u' damage was valued at HOPES ALLEY: Four or five
1-'. 12s. Id. The offence
wounded A. vtrdKt of death by misad- qucrading under the n
Roads, St Philip and the matter ventu.re wa* returned by a nine- human nghts. lobbing men of committed on January 15.
is under investigation m*n JUFy -vefterd"y when un in- * initiative and leaving mem Evidence for the pro?
was Corn Beef tins knocking around
m the gutters. Orange skins.
THF. LOSS ,-a h'elfer valued T^S'", Hf <(? g ttfe "K TS&'JfiSrZ "d 2 EL"1"5, JKSS5"K3 3Sh" *S3Z,'TSJS' in*the
reported v Leon ^"/."Sl.."'^^."'"' ?* Jf-JT'tjH 'ttL!S*-g Z" ISTtaS "" h""*" '' ?"'" '" "" "-" ,'"'h -*
ii the offence, leaving her two drawn up on both sides
laughter* at home. The house was in need of
A S60 was reported by _
Smith of Bloomsbury. Si. Thomas
He stated that the heifer was re-
moved from an open pen at
Bloomsbury Plantation between
5.30 p.m. on Friday and 6 30 a.m.
on Saturday
AN ACCIDENT occurred on
Hastings Hoad, Christ Church
Mi-
was held by Mr. D. D. Moms. ,hc WwI Indian i
Coroner of District "A"
Ashley Marshall died at the h*ck**gil *MC." ml**!
Badh
General Hospital on April 1 after 50mc. P^blcm in the
\________ i .. f*\f4saf.i.t nmisn I__a___a -
' place.
OONCra ALLEY: In
owned by Hamilton
Worthing and driven by
Pinhero of the same
Both vehicles were slightly
damaged
. SSJdm accident "a"" """>" ""' - gre whUe n h.,rS T 'i '" "?" ,h,n ""<** A""v " """
with the car O-50owned bv Mr lh" "ul" " > overcome. *!"* ?,.l .? ST Murf'i ,' *"*' old '"" i""1 rlo,h
l-loyd Cave of Andrewf Factors s,,"n* * " ""uldered the ,'"* K"Mr " building looked knocking around,
and driver, by MUllceM Walker 'odw",""\ < '"' would be ,hrouh *"""> "d '"en Ml POOKS ALLEY: Has a very
mm wmm n9i ^m^ sa
the
......" i~ 10 in*' ,imji. fiy me Ugh
The skull was fractured and ^LruTy ThC" "*"'" d,vc|- l""P 'bey saw Murrell
s 3K :=^ KSiqi sss y &........
at about 8 35 ,,, on Saturday on u! !_' s'df.,or th.e broin- T"."1 praise. Think of New 7..:ll i "' "rove a" '">' "' W lhi't
increase Sugar
and
Allocation
From paar I
for which Britain could I
rontabeU, a^SttTSB skul^aSaur'T?'^ ^Si^, V^LSSTi ft "- '- - -Pany o,
at the General Hospital fo, in- E,r Mo^h.f. T "' d""' c'<"" * m relativelv hli '"..... "a11""" !" 1
juries and discharged Sba Hill Involved in this accident were Marsh. ...... h^!P w Ashlej Government, had made fauiMM- """^ < * !"' ^.'*".h ""' "!'""- planned loi
the motor car X-264. owned hv J"" *,,. w Wi n He last saw urable strides a, nations within have committee 'J" ve jean beHnnini ISM
of Rockley an.l |, .._ "c_h ,' .,abo"' ,he British Commonwealth This On
nntie.1 thai he i
the habit "i walldnj
Gordon Dottin of Rockley "and I'."?. allve .**. "arcn 30 about the
driven by Oodfrey Dottin of tho ." 45 am' ?' hls home Hl! (Lath- speaks for itself
same address, and a push carl. yl ", "caHhy. He saw him Advancement
conveying the couch. aa.n the same night lying ,n ihe :progrM ls ,., 0'ur rfaQn
shol,lL' ..1T5.U0J
This was to allow Brit-
ish Honduras to cxpoit
ear of which the BritUh
m.n.T. i,"'"'"'>""">"}' "Progress Is wifin our reach witness, but on that partleulai ,." ""' '" '"
zrzz^r zr arts * * >. *** th. .nbab-- **.i,a s i
Ta^JLiSttM WlttAS K4S5 5Wt5JMB5!
$40 was reported by PC. m token to the General Hospital by
Vernon Waithe of the Central Millicmt Walker. On Frida.
ng out for advancement, and ^<'stoo th.t Umj walk
buy 18.O00 tun,

Police Station. He .said that -.ho March 31 he sawlum iftbi Gen- " V'SettS 'toSSrSTT"
i gotlated.
remui.'
cycle was removed from Palmetto cral Hospital.
.Street on Saturday.
VERY LITTLE rain fell over The Accident
the week-end. From Salur- In giving evidence, Milllcent
day morning up to 0 o'clock on C-ill said she lives at Lanes Land
Sunday morning a total of 59 parts St- Joseph and was returning
fell. home about 6.45 p.m. on March
Five partg fell on Saturday and 30 <"> Mount Wilton Road. St.
up to 6 a.m. yesterday. This was Joseph. She slopped to take shel-
divided between St. John and ler "nder a shed when she saw r
St. Joseph. boy riding a bicycle at a fair
Bridgetown, with 14 par'.s. speed going to Mount Wilton,
recorded the heaviest rainfall on The bicycle had no light on it
Sunday and up to 6 o'clock yes- As the bicycle passed she saw ;
terday morning. car coming from the direction o*
The rainfall returns for that Bridgetown.
period were: Bridgetown 14 She men heard c.
parts. St. George 3 parti Lb* i>oy who was riding the
Thodlas 10 parts. St. Peter 12 bicycle lying on the ground on
parts. St. James 2 parts, St. John the right side of the road leading
10 parts and Ueileplaine 3 parts, to town. The bicycle was SOUI OF THE pilfering that Mvcly damaged. There wci.
wtnt on during the night of blood stains on the ground. Thi
August 31 and September 1 is now boy was riding his bicycle on th
coming to light. loft and proper side of the road
A recent report reaching the MUlicent Walker of Chimborazo.
Police from Gwendolyn Newton Sl- Joseph, said on March 30 about
.... that ii he wanted I
end. It is easy to see that Great to a young ladv, that was not th. .. imporianl
amain is bound to grant self- way he i til The) Evans said the G
government to these colonies and warned him that if hi
? X-l?" her P"*- we* habit, t* Rabt.. "
.friw '. ... "nd himself before i iiigh-r
"The federation ol lb* Weal ,(lUt,
Indies is the answer to over
Lumber Thief
Sent To Prism
century of prayers by far-
sighted public-spirited men
out of sheer interest for trie
upliftment of the inhabitants
of the area."
The recommendations of the
Standing Closer Association Com- Lindy Carnngton ol
mittee should be removed from LsM
the insularity of vested interest month's
which might undermine the fou: -efore Acting Magistral.-
dations of what can lx- a great Mr. D. I> Mom
nation and partner in the British He was found guilty
Empire and Commonwealth. The lumber valued at S4.80. the prop- ion until after discui
1' Geddes Grant Linuted the Wesi Indian delei
Corporal W.lllams ol the Bridge
No Hope;
He did not think anyone felt
satisfied that n ,
lit
i great Importance t> the

not onlv n th,
people of that colony, but iii the
it would prot
DpuUUonfl
land and colonl<
I
Replying to
Evans said that 11 a concesatoi.
was made to th.
Chapman other Commonwealth n
to one would demand coi
hen he the same scale.
Mr. Anthony Eden, Deputy Op-
position leader, urged Itie C .-
proposals of the Commltti
should be regarded as an appeal
to the patriotic mind ju
strongest possible incentive te child Street on April 2 when he
the movement for a federal con- saw Carrington with some lumber
slitution with nationhood the ul- He asked him where he
-as the West Indies might
,. ?o'ooi awW from the bring- CafVmgtou '7 *, he ,1" J"-"d already be.,,
of the Pine Housing Scheme, sta" Wn. -.e wa, driving iSTSi ing into beimTof federation, satd Join, ,0^, some rum "" w^t'' '' wh^'SS''
ed that a quantity of clothing -50 alone Mount Wilton Road Mr. Millet would be to wish to He became suspicious, .treated es had 7e, fn"V* eTsinte^Ve"
belonging to her, was stolen from rjmlng from Bridgetown going to continue the domination of Down- him and look him to the nudge valuation ln"r""w ",nce -
Mr Herl n; Mm us,,11 leader of
. replied tba Qovoj n-
iaiuiijuij i\- lit., rti.n jtvun iitiiri ------ k.jn 11 guiiif, w ----------- ---- -------- - .mil her house ut Delamere Land |e country. Three persons were ing Street which has been going pM when he charged him loiter
sometime during the month of "> the car with her. She was on for over 300 years, bringing no lne |ull|IJOr WM ldentined as lY
A llseln.li I el... ____ .. ...l......^ September.
driving the car on the left side of advancement , the people of the pl.operlv uf T~e3de. oSnlUm- m haTto'rSke bLhS
WIMFRkll MALONEY. of miles per hour.
i
the road going about 20 to 25
' Arthur Scat, St. Thomas,
reported that her house was
broken and entered between
8.00 p.m. on Saturday and S.4Q
a.m. on Sunday and a quantity
of kitchen utensils taken.
Tilt: LOSS of a basket contain-
ing vegetables was reported
by Beatrice Walrond of Porey
No Light
She had just passed the hill
and was on the level. There was
no traffic in the road. Suddenly
a bicycle with a boy on it appear-
ed before her. There was no light
on the bicycle. She swerved to
rolonies who were made up of
'legroes and other raees
Trial and Error
Mr. Miller said thai th*
Committee's report had sug-
gested a loose federal union.
Evidently its success would
depend on trial and error,
but he felt certain that aue-
iteti. and valued at $4.81
ugton after
-1 appealed.
fifGGfD ALMS

r^-^dei.- SSggB^S SaSffiSiBS KBtw^ 3
on Saturday. That and the vege- xhe ]'eyt h^d"]^'"
tables are valued $4.50. After this
Appearing in the Press from
time to t)mc had been articles
AN ACCIDENT occurred on ,hf"" ,,hl' *h''i"V J0.1!"'01,,0' Iaden wl,h Indignation against the
Burke's Village Road, St. lHUe dUtl^e from^h. r2nf de ^
tmeuh at about o nn n m ,u, i.Z al,,ance.'ron> the right side t|on as envisaged in the Commit-
applied brakes. She the establishment of such a union
to^rtbtnTveJ2?tli'l3 5he JT ">"'"1 "*'s ""' " eaDlluiment or such a union
iw ?^1, Vernn "nl> "' ran to the spot and saw the boy would only be a decoy to continue
at. josepn. lying on lne ground on the left the enslavement of the territories.
Fenty right wrist was injure I side nf the road. Those critics had appeared
and he was treated for it. The night was a little dark and through the centuries, selflsh peo-
F It Kilt: It It K Hlivrl-.. .1 meson she could not say if any rain had pie who probably would never
of Chalky Mount. St. been falling before. When she ." I to the advance-
Andrew, was injured when he came out of the car no rain was ment of the Lnhebltafstl of the
was thrown from his bicvele on falling. area. He appealed to all who
Saturday, near Blackman's Plan- <,_ ,.._,.. ,. W"V endowed with the ubililv lo
tation. St. Joseph. Boyce was J5*'- 1Hiu,tch)nf?n T,hoJs a.,.loch- 'orward and play their part in
taken to the General Hospital l""!" I?s?ld. ,hf M.,u."' g" "'aki!'" f ? W?t ,nd'"n V
was treated and W",onHd is 16 feet wide. After tion looking only to oostnlty for
was lreaiea ana lh<. coUlslon tn(.re WM a drig 1o |h(,,r Icward
the ear stopped. He mea- ^^
sured the distance as 100 feet. < *>
inches. From the point of the im- L,OUtH AmVi'H
pact to Mount Wilton Gap il
measured 72 feet. SCHOONER Burma D. (59 tons
He arrived at the scene about nl arrived here from Trinidad Co, Ltd
to tiiggle. .
EIGHT I.D..
twean f^onunonwealtl

decline the right- of 010
in Jamaica '.< coma and talk, if
.. hut it would i-
* .. ~ ..... 1 suspend negotiations for the
James Chandler f Onnga rlUI bsaaatt <-f that deleg-Hon. Other-
was sentenced to seven days Im- w\ the balance with oil
s Worship Mr monwealth countries WO
we had to con- I
sider Whether, if Jamaica sent
repres. i bould talk to j
t nctt. we said thai
would I >ut we felt we had to sa> 1
Mild not hold out hope
would get a< >
RfUU-r
Varleh Concerl
M Mental Hospital
ta ALLAN Q0AR]
%TX the
^lugh/1
School an., I
heol and Headmaster ol
the Mental H
over live years.
The tunes he played reminded
and .Ithougli
sh.-els His ..iiangements ofl
Kagtime
caused the audience to rise
their chairs, and some of th, ,
jent h' that he played
rSrgie^'
TM
living i
MeCi ee"
*nd "^ :he ,..-
gramme with
nder.
Hawaiian Farewell
ion. Mr
George HoWei
The light clal
Hear You Caili
b) Mi
Cleaning Wil
lehne.
were Comic Ski
lony Hinds, ., dramatic plai
[Be Brass Don Km b" h> Mr
Knight
Ml All.c
''
Diano interludes. pis
N
EASTER EGGS
.
Fresh for your
Pets !
Pl'RINA DOti CHOW
PURINA RABBIT CHOW
H. Jason Jonei & Co, Lid.
Distributors.
Butter Comes
ivhero he
detained.
tURING the 11 o'clock Palm
1 Sunday Service at the Cathe-
dral an elderly woman experien-
cing one of bar attacks of eUpsy,
began to scream out. to the sur-
Dl
FIVE hundred and
lined butter, the second
shipment of this scarce item to
mii a week, was
discharged for Barlwdos by the
steamship Forr
day. ,
I
Trinidad. It wag unloaded there
by the Mauipur from New Zea-
land,
fantpsu*
by the Fort Amjierat .....
crates of cheese. SO keg-
beef and supplies of onions, bone-
less beef, veal, lamb and mutton.
: .Ami-urn brought large
of oranges and grape-
fruit fit.in Trinidad for I
don It left port last night for
Martinique. Messrs. Da Costa St
are consignees.
The Deanwho was delivering
his sermon at the timetold the
children that they should not
laugh when they see a person
afflicted with such a disease, but
pray for them.
The woman was gently carried
out of the Church by one of the
vergers who quickly revived her.
BROAD STREET
KEPT BUSY
Broad Street was kept busy
yesterday as several shoppers
made their way in and out of lh"
.shops. Easter .is almost here and
Infect, f0r im!
month "eie Tuberculosis 4;
Diphtheria 4.
drums of colas while tin
ilerful Counsellor culled from St
I-ucia with copra, cocoanuts. co-
coanut oil. charcoal. Hi
fresh fruit.
The schooner Owners Associa-
tion are local agents.
Conference of Colonial
Statisticians
REPORT TO BE CIRCULATED
... l^HDON Discussions have taken place on
- !" November, 1948^ Mr J. H. ,he difficulties confronting sum-
housewives arc busy shopping for *WOr -*""."'* in Port-of-Spain ticians attached to Colonial Gov-
the festival The pavements were r,oin "wond to take up his ap- crnmenU and agreement has l>een
also congested as people either *l,,'n*n* * M-tlitician to the reached in principle
gathered on the side-walk*, to talk rrdad Oovcrnment. Now, leas
"CachulotM Letwes
The m-ton motor
'Cachalot, which took
March 3. tlnally left
Mtiay evening for St.
: lie to St H.ii i
The "Ca.h.th ,
late in Januar.v for docking pur-
poses. Little ovei i
spent before it wait tak*
ne four or flv*
weeks, on dock
E Messrs Hanschell Larsen and
lompanv Limitt.l
' this vessel.
WhutsOnTodie.
Court of Grand SehMotu. at
ie.00 a.m.
Merlins f llounc ul Assem-
bly at I 00 p m
m - i i ii of Lrtltlgllr
I HUH ll At "i.00 p III
Prorogation ol the Lrgnla
Ullr il : 'HI p in
Football At Queeni I'srk at
5 M p m
Basket Ball. Harrison aj
Irsr ,i | 00 p in
Mobilr < inrin- it (irrrnland
PUiiUlion Yard. SI An
drew at 1 30 p m.
Police Band Concert. Bay
Strerl l-pl*li*dr tl 7 <-'?
\snize Diary
TUESDAY. APKII. 4
Krx is. i nliii lord. Prince
Ford. < luiii. Ford.
Lionel Ciibon, Ar-
thur Ba>l*>)
WUINESDAY. APRIL 5
ROT . aWaan Culisle Dew-
ding.
booking
%T
beauty
in
J^ed-^ime
apparel?
YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE
LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES
Mmrrd Bodies uiih irilleii shnilder ^raps. These are
mlivi.lually Boxed and nuke Ideal girts.
LADIES' ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES
in Fiow.itii lant)
LADIES SATIN NIGHTDRESSES
Falhraliiri iruiiiii.,1 In Unite. 1'iuh and Blue.
HARRISON'S
BROAD ST.
W'EATIIHIIIEAD'S
. | H
i i-C'-r i n ,, ,,,,,,
luiici.. Eaetei f: in
ii"v Lane) . .
Hollow leater :*. in
lto\ iMidiuini si 04
Killed ii.ttr In in,.,, ,
Rox SI 32
Filled I .,,!,, i ,,
Foiled .,b...
1 II (Israel In
iiu. k i arrlagi n..g
I aaiei lug iMed.J in
im. J Oarrtsge Jl.u
i are i.i.ir. i.c, ,iiUii,lllr
and Bartei tent I/.
i inn. MewlitMllee
Mi .ir Part, i aster Egg
I'- nmn. N.,v, It. .., 3/f
Faster Fxs In (.1.1,.
". Ii- ft 3/3
(aster .< in Milk im 2/j
l.a.Ur Kg| in sus.r
ewl ...2/3
i'i.-ih i Baler i;KI um,
r.ni.1,.1 iioii ...... 8
I Ll. 1 I III. k |,|, I
< MeelBle fk.* .....g/.
I I 111 II Slum ttlNDOH
l.n \.,i .upplj To-day
from
Bifiu: ttivmniiinu
LTD.
Ilrud nf Bruad sirccl
DRINK
CLAYTON'S
KOLA TONIC
If" LAST ... TWEY'VE .UUUVEB
CHILDREN'S
ANKLETS
n 111; umI 4111 int.
Sizes 4-9 in Pink, Blue, & While
'.. Iu l.tr.
Ml
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd
H). 11. 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
or to have
;i look g| U;
; ," -- r\\ ine coiniusmii o| me c
i-auniry-i.tti-t.ding tho iii>: tMmm full raporl will be i
eonference of Colonial culllftl lo ;,;1
29 CONFIRMED
Twanty nine candiamaa 21
males and B females-
firmed at St. Peter's Church bv
Bishop W. J. Hughes on Sunday
twidardisation of definition
At the i-oi.tluiion of the con-
t U>

- -nd ideas ana ,hought likely that ceriain suf-
- geatlons endorsed at the conference
than ibt months later he is back
in this

StatisUcsafia
Colon
exchange of vie*:
11 of bring-
^irZtVr^vXZr* Sunda> m* s"mv ***** ot *tndardsa- wiUi tt a ,ater h-., ^ *(."'
Tlie confirmation was perform*-.! tion into the work. ,! r^i.i nmL ^i, T\
bclore a paikcti ('hunh 'h>h u- i_ ,i inc *-o*clal ufflce to Colonial
for the Aru Ihne in ,,'kra* wji ,J*S1'","!Z' P "i* C""'V GovcmmrnU In the lorn, .,( ,e
brivllefM to the nfalc^andu 'Z^f '"' *".*" ".!" "" fomm.ndat.ons.
^oi?Jun,b.r,n.c,.mf.'r,Sni',: s .jvts' un"' ''", Mr sw*r ,o,d ""~"h'
date. 1*. candldato ware n,e- d" "' """ ", ught th. conlertnc. had bn
parjd by R.v. C C ConUOl Tof ""UnC statisticians .,ol as.,, and hod t^^
Bishop rental have addressnl th. coo- IO c)ear ^ ml
tbe eddreesatEmoong and haw explained the iOM , anllci .,,, ,
'"" JS> Trin'd,d '" ""' ee
u own particular Govern-
(.i ometbi roa im
HMII K
"inr difflcultiri make it difficult
'or him to book a passage.
' > 11 i > Moodaj
:iclng rou.,1
^.n told to .:.:
in squares.
mtas/Mi
NINE DROWNED
IRID, April 3
' ssaack capsiard in th"
IIAM.F.II MOM \
CALIFORNIA
Movi. stunt men's wag.'
or Port of Passage. 40 ft, fall from n 0u,
i.nt of speeding car 171
i. car crash: 100
Solvc-t tours Karly !!
have the finest assort-
ment 'it
EASTER
EGGS
KNIGHTS'" DRUG ""STORES
CHECK UP!!
VOI M.\Y III in I It I so Ml OF
THESE ITEMS
VAI.OK STOVES-] III,,,,,,.
VALOR STOVKSPreeaure type
blow ron in ^
I.I.I.i rRII \l LCA.NISI lis LSTENOB
I II lldt Hill PLAT1 S
I, umI Double l>n
II I i I Kit I i.mi rVARMI Ks
UIADIM. LAMPS
OABOBN HOSI (U
IUMII III
COURTESY GARACE
"I" I'IMI'S-Hand and Foot
AUTO TKOIBI.I: LAMPS
ASBESTOS IH'i'l
COTTON \\ I
I \l ill s
\t I ESSOBIES
lilt rCLl S ,!. i. ilaa ead PhilUfa
Mll.l.sii'i PLOUGHS
TIIOH LTD.
DIAL 4391


rvr.E six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TiT.snw. APmr, ,
Gums Bleed
Teeth Loose!
MICKEY MOHSF
__________BY WALT DISNEY
..-=3= != _A_ j.v,r>.3i>*9:
k. o. rwxxox
. Hit- Hi.I..I. . iln llnl Mo mi..
lS- fAAJV
TO Cm All AfTIW > ** $rOTT' TNf
fLA'.t I I ^*W1 ro
POND
TO PROTECT YOUR
COMPLEXION FROM THE
BURNING SUN.
POND'S
| .. .. IWl HIW' "i Pi. v'
mj /^nA ncM ,l,v oMK
I k. IM M IMMMMi ANt>
TIIR LADY t MHLA MANNERS.
Step Pyorrh ^
Trench Mouth
in 24 Hour.
a. or* TOuth,.
i MouHi. or m<
-ntuaily mum
.nfl nave to wa_. ._
tm# Sine* tha (rMI
ih*** mouth dlaraaoa ha
out tha world o that i- _
thai (our out of -vary ti\ paoahi?*
.nil Hop ih-.* dli.a... ..(orJuffi*
h* ol troth, but alio i nrortir -b(mZamZa>
hrart trouble "^*
Raw DUcavan
Saves Taaifc
A"oan. !b d.M .. ._
'., . ~*
Ul.k Wy. 11 noJtr*t. - J^1
uf tha troubl*. '& (ui
ihe \rv fl'*t day i)i -
li*M out Ot VOUf IIU.UIH.
r.f Ir*lb Tha folluwing. |,
IV II ,.i I -ufi-n-., from r-najfj
- for Hi
nd Wrf(l
Amonn
'r PvorrMvaTre-aci)

?//jssvl/m&nf 1
UMfAM
BISCUITS
KADI 8 C i. co ua
CAIUSlt lllltlB


Obtainable from all GROCERS & DRUG STORES
BbENOS AIRES?
w ashinqton?
Istanbul?
Adelaide?

Wholov.r I ho Do.tinoUon ..
YOUR FLIGHT STARTS
with
BRITISH
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
You can book your Air I'aita.a Co anywhart
In th world t No Extra. Coat at tho booking
-.! of .
BRITISH
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
LIMITED.
(Kryislrr. il in Trinidad)
Lovvt-r Broad Sin-rt. titnl;;iii, Barbados.
PHONES: 1585 & 2789.
Ypur Backache
may b* duo to sluggish Kidney Action
IIFB IS NOT io apod when you
*-* mv uoubkd with hacharfat,
rheumatic pains, itilf, aching
tnukclet ana :oum, lumbd "
wDinwn urinary disorder! i
wny put up with pain and dia-
mfort wheu you gr* gat aapp*
rehef by tajjng Doan't Backache
kidney Pula They
clcanac ..ugsnh kidney, and .o bcip tbaan to rid
the hloud of ex ecu uric acid and other unpurioaa
which otherwise might collect ia the lyiiaa. aotl
14UM distreu. lXu PiLU have he-pad ii maaah |
let them help you.
HALF A CBNTURY a/ aavat. m rmmmg
ewaaaatl dm to inadsouatt hdnty action, at aat
proud rttorJ uf Dom'i HIU. Orotrftd mm md
vxmtn of all aga hm onJ r,tomwmomt tku rtfiamt
diurttu omd urnurv umimM. uj Umv /naaw
and Ml/Aatruri.
DOANC
aasarHKlu,,h i>,iu>aa?
I
The Sign
of the
Shining
MORRIS L'SMNERClAi
^/ e?/tft5f BETTER service
Tl .01111 COM
The house oiihohining
windo> Mgmtio a Tmnnn'l
pride in her home And us no
NarJ work to hjep omit uin-
omc 'Wado. pad* Jnd kg,
polish lightly !
'""fit c...
fit. HH ' *"
IJOlf a llCf. mamr |ti<.
IIIWO*^ IlllWIltll liiil .n
oct lih (amjoiv n<
., *";""
: **!) 'llkluj liOsrfl Mil.I
IfOO -nnduu. .
fat. Snihliit i..
*tt**"Sfi' ii .
never before
WINDOLENE t^^^M
FORT ROYAL GARAGE H*
Pbone 2385 Dittribulori Phone *&


ItESDAY. APRIL 4. 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
PAGE SEVEN
IN MEMORIAM
FOB nwvi
I love her -* much.
Bui God loved her best
She w .isty yMn of age ohtn her
pilgrimage on Mirth was over and oh
what a nit* old soul She will alwayi be
remembered by her family and many
Mr Henry Gibaon Ihusbandi. Mr.
Frank Oiwaal Gibaon iaon). Mi
(iibaon . Mlaa Normi
Eta in* Gibaon grand daughter.
4 4.M -In
The uitderetgned beg. through this
medium (a thank all those who tant
wreathe, lotrm. letters, or In any other
way expressed sympathy In our recent
.id bereavement
Mr. Oliver Row* and famil".
4.4 SO
HOUSES
BOOMS- 4 bedroom*. Dlnlnr At Dr>
Ba room. At "PVanadaa*" Bay Street
Approved TenaaU. ) soIn
*^AI;T*OT-Ona h*rnlaned Apart
iiiant with sursr and Daten. Good Se.
bs-hini For further partkruUrs D-
siM. Alma lawbiay. i 4 Stan
FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR 1-7 Heater Dodge Car Suiub
o be convened lo Van or Pies ui
J. Donovan, Society Garage. SI- John.
AltTIN CAMOne ill Austin 10. 1
seod working order. S food tires. N
offer refused. Phone tlT3.
4 4 50Ir
gPPaV FARGO PICKUP AMERICAN
truck. Very little used. Perfect work-
ing order 33.000 Bradshaw Is Company.
44.50an.
VAN--IPH Uunei Fordson 10 cwt.
Light Van mileage under 8.000. owner
iinven. In good condition, for viewing
.tpply: Ralph A. Board's Auction rooms.
Hardwood Alley, Bam. lo IS noon
ii. :, 4 4 soan
! LIVESTOCK
PONY-*140f Apply: Ale*. Trot-
-n. Thornbury Hill. Christ Church
1.4. SOJn
>RSC One reliable rldlne horse
Jnee 1130.00. Phone SMD
1.4.StIn.
niVZ HOl'SE-Lucaa Street A .ir,ibi# bualnsns stand WRh or wlthoi
. *up" *^ralture. Contact immedl-
g**> Thf' Oroa prtnea wniinm ii,-,.,,
Street- Dial MM. Jl j so t I a
FOR RENT. Prorr, Ui April UpeU'ri
f ' *> Swan Street SuTub;'
tor Agency or similar tvpe of buatr.rsi
Cnniaegirrggsad lately on Prenusee No a
Swan Street 31 J.SOIf n.
lUTNOALOW. also Fist farina: ** Mfa
mad. HaaOnga. furnished from May 1*1
All comfort*. Eitflish both* with hoatrri
-bowers, telephones, verandahs Tefc-
1'ion* mm 31 ) Stt f.n
OFFICEOne Office over Banltary
I .mndry Depot.. Marhlll Street Apply
Sanitary Laundry Co Tel 3303
31 3 50t.f.n
MOUSENewly built house on Heckle
nay. for four to sur months. FttUy fur-
'.bed. with linen and cutlery Stud.>
bsker car also supplied !f required rat
further particulars phone PCS
MaiTel rnorf after 4pm
For men only, nod room*, good food
On Sea. Comfort. St. l-awrrnce. Terms
ood. Telephone sett. 4 4 50 3n
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
BARBADOS WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
Appointment of Inspector
APPLICANTS are Invited (or the post of Inspector. Waterworks
Department.
The salary is at the rate of $2,160 x. 120 $2,880 per annum,
plus travelling allowance under the Travelling Allowance (Amend-
ment) Act. 1948. and the post Is pensionable.
3. The appointment is on a wholetime basis, and the person
appointed will be required to carry out night duty and work on
Sundays and Bank Holidays, if necessary, without extra remunera-
tion. The successful applicant will be on probation for six months.
Applicants should be energetic and capable of controlling labour.
4. Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary.
Public Buildings, and be received by him on or before the 15th of
April 1950. First consideration will be given to applicants from the
Government Service.
3424
IOIK-SILVER SANDS u
rtr Sands. Christ Church MOM be:
month. Bradshaw At Company.
4.4.S0In.
Fl'RNISHED F-LAT at Briarfleld. Collv.
lore Rock, from l May. Dial 3471
if niair Bannister 4 4 M3n
LOST A FOTIVD
! Urge mulee. Apply O L
ntneaV n 'ants
4 4 S0-3ii
TOW l.-i.MKl.T ..'
i price. Phone BIT*.
1.4.903n
FURNITIJRF
tTT'RR Small quantity Bamboo
Furniture Phone tlTt
1.4. SOIn.
Kl.lX-nuc COOKER American Hot-
non-> Electric Cooker. As new, four
points and oven. Phone BITS
1.4.503n
i H.imvf. it vnt One D.C. Lister
Kitting Planl I
driven Apply F. K n
linkson. Belvedere Plantation, "I ivter
tUI hi
MISCELLANEOUS
LOST
IXWT-uuaarsusDs Policy No Kfl,T0
with the Crown Uf* tasurenc-) q>. some-
where between Bridge Street nd (.<*]-
''"" Re-taursint Finder return lo the
AdwoaU Oo Reward offered
1.4.50In
CAMERA. MINOX-Wlth about !
inch** of chain and leather loop wi
notion on and Camera about 3* lor
-id tW wide UbersJ reward If n
Mimed to Wannsjst. Marine Hotel
4.4 SOft
PERSONAL
The public are hereby warned against
riving credit to my wife MIUJCFNT
(.WfflDOUN KOCX inee HoyteTTaB I
oo not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone elan oontmetsng any debt or
ichu In my name unless by written
Orwf "igncd by me
Signed WILLIAM IJSLTE ROCK
Rock Hall. St. Thotisai.
I mi- a,,
POST OFFICE NOTICE
From 1st April two additional telephones directly connected with
ihe Kxchange have been installed in the Department.
The telephone numbers in the various Branches are now as fol-
low:
Colonial Postmaster
Accountant and Money Order Branch
Chief Clerk, Information and Registration
Branch .. .. .. 2058
Mails Circulation Branch .. .. 2309
Parcel Post Branch .. .. 2407
H. N. ARMSTRONG,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
3rd April. 1950.
ATTENTION Is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order. 1950, No. 13 which will be published In Ute
Onlcial Gazette of Monday 3rd April. 1950.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of 'Balanced Animal Feed" (Barbados Mixture) "Butter-
Table". "FishSalted", "Flour", "Rice All Qualities", and "Pork-
Salted" are us follows:
sabuk. OFFICIAL NOTICE
in mr cot xr of < Avcrar
PJ ITRt*ANCE of ihe Chancery Aet. IMS. t -1) hereby 0m assssssl penmna having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or inruinbrance
in or aAeclina the property hereinafter mentioned 'the rroaertv of the Defendant"'
to bring before ma an account of then claims with their witness*., documents and
vjuchera to he examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
!?..*!?*? *** 'clock in the afternoon al the Kectstration Ofhce. Publ..
Bridgetown before that lad day of June IBM in order that such claims may be
rsported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively
otters.ass such personi will be pivcludad from the benefit' of any decree ard be
n or against the sgsd proaerly
deprived of all ,Iaim* <
PIAIMT1FF CYRIL MtUCX BROOKS
DEFENDANTS THELMA NORMA AGATHA OLBKH4S
and
WINSTON THOMAS JAMES
V ALL THAT certain meeauaae or dwelling house rallad or know.
- AROVLX" together with the land wheron tne same stands and thereto
belonging >ituate al Wellington Street .n the City of Bndgeiown and
liland of Barbados conUUUng by admeasurement ITS* *uar leet
be that same more or leas Butting and bounding on the Weal on *an
of Ihe said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place coiled
Bedford Cot" the property gl the said Thelma Norms Agatha tllbbonn
on the North and East on the lands of the >atd pUee celled Bedlurd
Col" and on the South n Wellington Street aioresaid. or howr
esse the same ma* bu and bound together with all other buildli
on the amid land erected and built standing and being w.1K the app
tenaoces. belonging to the defendant*
SHIPPING NOTICES
H. WILLIAMS.
Beg is t r a r- in Chance rv
91 3.10
OFFICIAL NOTICE
DAB^^04-.... ~ m THK cotnrr or chancery
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act. ISM, I do hereby give notice to ,.H
pvrsoiu havina or claiming any estate, right or mterast or any lien or incumbrance
J. k1,"fl*5,'n* "^ Ptwperty hereinafter mentioned (the property of ihe Defendant
^SSf, yg "* "" fcr"11 ' "tir claims with their witn......documenu and
vouchers to be eaasmned by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
ii.^P nd J."cloc* ln " Hrnoon at the Regielreiion Ofnce. PuDllc Uuiklings,
*!*.'! "'w W r of May ISM b. order thai such cUima^7bs,
-I ranked according to ihe nature and ptweity thereof respeclively,
otherwwe nsgl persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
- -Tainst S 'aid property
deprived of all claims I
PLAINTIFF. CYRIL DHUCE BROOKS
DEFENDANT : CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON
ARTICLE
I 30" dumater.
r Rich concentrated
'.mis IU Price 7c lb
n 1*1 Price 14 c lb
all Orocers and Drug
3t 1 Man
CJAIA'ANISF. SHEFTS in 7* and n-
ftUBe dli flft Mini Bft and Bft length*
bF ""d steel plates III. I H .
B> "d 3/1 in various But!
Aflito Tyre Company, Tratal^a- Street
1.3.SO- I f n
fcAIAANISE PIPES flr FlTlNr.s s
K".. 1 Inch. 114; 1*1, -. ?'. 3. 4 4 Inc
W Tyre Co.. Tr-fslgar S.
l-h.
iAVTiqUEf*- of evesi
r,M Jeel Tne SL'var
i srlt books. Mp. Aulo-
ajftn'ii' < tc at (iomnges A-
la*Joi:.mg Royal Yacht Club
It 40.t.f.n
im iti.K xrrii'KS
QALVAN'ISCD PIPE HFJir
I" ^hanised pipe. 3Bc. to II"
stf foot. A. BARNES CO LTD
3S3SOI f.n
Kodah Henex 35 Anistlgmat
I-e. n nosh gun ntlachment and
XSiltr.. aark yellow, green and rod.
nit- ;-..ure meter
Sice B3SO00 or nearest ..ffer Telephone
H, S Nicholls fit 3MS. belwern 10 n.m.
* r*-t f.n
Wl^TTO
HELP
help with two children
in Apply: Mrs J \'f.
1 lUndom". Bellevue Gap
3 4 303n
1 \,'\ A.SSISTAJJT f. our office.
t ha\e a thorough knowledge as
'vpewrltuig and previous
lenoe is essential
-)>ould apply In ihelr own
dwrlllng, qnotlng at least two
srences and If possible, offer in*
Attractive salary i* offered
pply Imrrsedlalely to MODERN HAT,
) Box ?I Bridgetown. Rarhadoa
3 4 10 Jn
Young man with good appear-
hnuse seivaui and chauffeur
* St Company. 4.4 503n
I ( l.FRKKHH A Clerkesa
Office. Apply to M
Ha Hept AdvocaU.
* Cornmii-
Thr Adver-
mvAxn inmr.iimfiv
1- in ene-al mrM
w b icfe-ences to Woodyai r Pi -- Hi 1
St Michael. 4 4 SOIn
' C2S * earned by obutntng orders
for private Christmas Ca-oa froi.
our friends No previous experlenc
veasary. Write today for beautiful free
iampl. Book lo BrlUlns largesl and
inmost Publishers, highest -------mfcrdffTi.
-rvellous money nuking opportunity
*ortW|Sa*^- ^ Vl
NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COl BT OF
APPSAl.
original lEquitablei Jurisdiction.
JOHN ST. CLAni HACKETT-PUlnUfI
and
D-EUN1CE CHAPMAN- Defendant
B* virtue of order dated th* 19th
that thai Oourt has ordered Ihat u
inquiry and taking of accounU shall
he mssda- of the Datate of Ethel Augu.
Pnyne dareaned. late of the pariah of
St MichacLto asceruin the A.U of
ihe said Estate and lo darUlbula i
^nong the persons enUtlad, and I hs*M.>
give nouce to ail Creditor* asul olhe
ne,ons having any claims upon or
.'ie.e-la m the distribution of th. Aawet.
04 that sead EaUte to aend in to mi
on or bedora Wedneadsry the itth day o
April isoo. each his name and ertiLeai
nrid particulars of his claim or inlere
anal s italensent of his -.count and th.
Security (if stiyi head by him.
..*"* ,.lurthr h*Y give notice, thai
WsstnasBdny the Mth dab; of April 106"
at 10 a-m. al th. Town Hall r>M bee-
the time- and plan* fixed for adjudl
ft-ttnsT ihe said claims.
Dated UUa 33rd day of March IBS'
I V (illicit
ag Clerk A.C A
30.3 30 t)
NOTICE
PABIBH OF ST. ANDBEW
Applications for ihe vacant post of
niaem.t si St Set lours will be received
by the under.ignnl up to Salurdav ISth
Apni. Further particulars mgv be had
on application to the Parochial Trea.urei.
Signed C. A. SKINNER.
Vestry Clerk.
St. Andrew.
4.4.505n
1*1 IM.II SALES
MlbLLLLANtOUS
.* \M.|I III 111 t
_riA.\K SHAKES-50 or more Co-one.s
|Ve Bank Shares. Mr. Webb. P.O. Bo,
I* 31 3 SO- Co
WANTED TO BUT
I kind. ofUSED POSTAOC -rrAMPS
KXT INDIAN STAMP 0
Slrwl. Bridgetown. SI. Michael.
30 3.50- 3n.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
ad
;
spplication of Kennelh Sullivan
.if Liquor Licence No. I0IB grant-
ier In >e>nect of a S storey wall
K-icn building al th corner of
and King Street.. St Michael,
mission lo m- Wd Liqwr Ucense
liop attached to
Bhlon's Road. St. Michael
Ibl. I.t da> of April, IBM.

- I.IVAN.
-.plication will be consider-
t a Llcenjing Court to be held at
District "A", on Tiiasrlsi
' April IBM, ,, ociock,

Mc LEOD, Esq..
M-ai.t.sle. Dud. A".
4t%v In
l-IOUOR UCENCE NOTICE
REAL ESTATE
Th, undersigned wlU offer for sale hl
their Office No. 17. High BtresV Brldge-
n. on Wedssearfu. tU Bth defy of
AprU IStO. al 1 nTST*
r Huiiga],,* ,
. Xii-d*S?^Bunmlow lll "CHrt!t
I.OTTE VILIX". situate In Bridge Cap
HIa. k Rock, with the land on^ehlch
itanda. conlainlnc St perches. i.
r-operty of the US* Miss Ch-loti
Gaakirt.
The Bungalow cssnaalns 1 large
fnorn. j badroonaa, enclosed ant _
^'TlLV"-* *"**'* ^ alh. Ectr
Ughl and Oevarnansnt Water Supply
For irunjertleas apply Mr. O L-on. .
Daniel. 04 Tudor Sweet.
For further particulars and Condi *
Cl Sale, apply to the undersigned
COTTL*. CATTORD a> CO
^_______________3B.3 80-
KOUSE One Board and Shingled
House SB II x I. Situated In PaVria
Gap. Weatbury Road Apply to Clarence
rieMs on premum '.o-J,,
Balanced Animal Fred
(Barbados Mixture)
ButterTable: In Tins
(Australian)
Butter-Table In Prints
ButterTable: in { lb prints
(Holland) (Meadland
Hrand)
ButterTable: in 5 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)
ButterTable: in 1 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)
Pish Btlttd
Flour......
RiceAll QuaUties ..
PorkSalted:
(a) Neck Bones. Neck
Ribs, Finn Bones
(b) Feet, Ears, Stomachs
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
(c) Heads
(d) Short Ribs, Riblets,
Spare Ribs. Finns ..
Headskins, Scalps,
Boneless Head, Bean
Pork, Lips ..
(f) Clear, Belly Pot k.
Mess Pork, Fatback
Pork. Boneless Belly,
Butts......
M.12 per 100 lbs.
$84. 20 per case of 100
lbs. in l-lb. tins
$40.10 per SO lbs. in
l-lb. prints
$14.68 per ctn. of
24 x J lb. prints
$122.78 per ctn. of 100
lbs. in 5 lb. tins
$104.16 per ctn. of 80
lbs. in 1 lb. tins
$82.80 per 448 lbs. or
$21 20 per 112 lbs. or
19, per lb. in lots of
not less than 14 lbs.
$7.12 per cotton bag
of 100 lbs.
$13.56 per bag of 180
lbs.
$45.70 per trc. of 350
lbs. or $25.60 per brl.
of 200 lbs. or 14c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.
$52.20 per trc. of 350
lbs. or $29 30 per brl.
of 200 lbs. or 16c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.
$85.20 per trc. of 350
lbs. or $36.70 per brl.
of 200 lbs. or 20c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.
$76.60 per trc. of 350
lbs. or $43.30 per brl.
of 200 lbs. or 24c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.
$82.95 per trc. of 350
lbs. or $46.55 per brl.
ol 200 lbs. or 26c. per
lb. in lotr of not less
than 25 lbs
lbs. or 30c. per lb. in
lots of not less than 25
lbs.
RETAIL
PRICE
(not more
than)
7c. per lb.
92c. per lb. tin
88c. per l-lb.
print
65c. per a lb.
print
$1.36 per lb.
$1.38 per 1 lb.
tin
22c. per lb.
8c. per lb.
7c. per pint.
16c. per lb.
18c. per lb
22c. per ':!v
2c. per lb.
28c. per lb.
32c. per lb.
ALL THAT certain piece or parcel ol land iformerly part of IM
Una* of Ventnor Plantation! situate at Ventnor In the parish of
t'nrjst Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acra
thirty two and one Quarter perches tinclusive of two and one
quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but
is now a public roadi Bulling and bounding towardi the North en
lands uf ciapbani Plantation toward- Ihe Fast on lands now or Isle
ui James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly ol W. T and
F. D. Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholls. J. E. Marson. and Mit.
Hynoe and on lands of the sasd W. T. and F. D. Barnes and
the public road or however else ihe aine may
OFFICIAL NOTICE
ItAHBADOfl.
IN TBE ASSISTANT < Ol HI <>}
APPEAL
liruiiahle JurtsdsrUoni
WINSTON 1HVD4E UBDTrTH PUinl.tl
liKGIXALD RLEAZER EASTMOND
_. Dtfeaktant
IN pursuance of an Order in this Com.
in the .buve aoUon ruade on the- 30th
On) uf January ISM. I give notice to all
persona having any rotate, right Of
iitereel In or any lien or irwusivbisi.
Heeling all that certain place or parcel
' l.uid -ituatr .il leaatlnga ln the Pan-'
o' Christ Church and Island aforeaaid
cii Imn tag by aeksseasmiremant two
trinisand nine hundred and ninety two
square feet or thereabouts abutuivg and
bounding on lands of Mint O Mom<
on Landa of Mlaa Ursula OrUTith on ..
road in con anon and on the public road
oi however else the same my abut and
bound to bring before me an accwu"
f tncir mid i-lalma with their witnesses.
anrurnawu and ve*whera. to be namlned
by m* on any Tniedaj, or Friday !-
tween the hours of 13 rvoon <
3 o'clock in the afternoon, al th* Offlc
ol the Clerk of the Assistant Or>urt o
App sal at the Court Houar P-rulgriox.
before the 13th day of April IPS* In
order that such claims may be ranked
according to Use nstlure ..n thereof resnerllvaCfi otherwise such
neraons will he precluded from '
benanl of the said Decree, and ^
deprived of all claim on or against th
said property.
ruuruant* are also notified that lhe
i nut .-.Hand the said Court on Wednesday
the 13th day of April IftO. si 10 nYV '
.i ru wham their sasd claims will Le
-a-ti-ed
Otvon under my hand this 30lh dV
ol January Itt*.
I V C.11XFS
Ag. Cler 'f the Assistant Cnur"
of Appeal
4 1 SO-gn
LIOUOR UCENSE NOTICE
The application of Whitfred Burke and
llercourt Hood holders ol Liquor Licem-e
No. SSI of ISM granted to Stella Hynoc
in respect of a board and sningle "hop
-t Station Hill. St Michael for permission
to use said liquor licence at a board
and >ninaie shop attached to a house at
Band Hail X Boad. St Michael
Dated thii 3rd day of April. ISM
To the Police Ma* 1st rate, Dist. "A",
Signed HABCOUHT HOuD.
for Applicants
N H Thi. application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court. PSHistl A ,*n Thursday
the 13th day of April. 1*60 at 11 o'clock.
E. A. Mc LEOD, Esq..
Police Magistrate, Dist. "A".
4..M.-ln.
Th* M V. -Dserwood' will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. lAsHa. St Vincent. Grei.ada.
AruOa. date cl wiling will be
given.
B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS-
ASSOCIATION INC i
Consign em
MONTSsTAI. AttTBAXlA NSW
ZEALAND LAWS LIMITED
(M.A.K.Z. LDffCI
a.m. ''DfaTCuT' la amuatulad
jsydney March Sifts, nrlabaoa April 4t I
arrtrtoaT Trlnldesl Mar/ tth
S.O. "CUTY On* DsasPrnT sad Is Adavl
lalde April and. Masnourne May tOt.l
syoney May 13th. Brisbane- May IMi. I
rr:vinsf nt TrliUdad June 13th
Thent \-eaneis ham smplg snace to I
-hilled, hard frotea and ggnerei cargo I
Cargo aooapMd on through .btiu o I
: .ding with tranahjrnnant at Trtnldad fcl
Isrittah Guiana, narbndos, WLnOwerd gj
u. ward Islands.
lor furthar portlculari gpply:
Il-RNESeL WrTHY a. CXX LTD
tfta
AicCCL SisomAhipCo.
NEW lOBS 3 IB VICE
M I
"th Apnl
rtth April
NEW ORLEANS
SS 'ALCOA hOAMEB"
' ALCOA IH'NNEH'
"ALCOA HANGER"
N.O.
22nd March
>'h April
Itii April
NOITHBOINB
CANADIAN SESVICE
Sails
bTbbTbSM
Match llnd
April Tth
sllla. ,,ry Iwe week!
Arrives
Hsraadas
April let
April lllb.
SaiUng enrly AprU
River ports.
A. M. WEBB
?
SUKk. Bond! ll'lll
Dolh local and foreign
.lought and Sold
155 Rorhuck Slrwl. IVIown
DUI 3111 . t_i
OIIIIM VI
i.imhis::
' I'BIOS. JEWKLLF.BV
RRASSWARE. TEAKWOOD
.SANDAL. IVOKV. ETC.
KASHMEKE
TIIANI BEOS.
It. Wm Ily. Street
Dlsl S4M
MAKE YOUR CHOICE
whilst wet have them '
A DELUXE TABLE MODCL
Green Eruwnel Ga* llotpiate with
J lioiling Burners ami
Burner complete with pan SU u
ing Burners 1 of which
reversible Grill complete) with
P*a.......... 136 tt
Call and sen them
At Your One Showroom.
OFHCIAL SALE
BARBADOS
i"- mi: ts-i-rM ciiKr in
APPEAL
niilnhlr Jurisdlclio.ii
RVDOI GHUTFITH Plaints
KEOINALD sUAZER aWSTMOND
-Defend)
NOT1CSJ Ii hereby given that h; vin
M an Order of the AaeUtaiM Court
Appeal dated the 30th day of Janus
ItM, there will be set up for sale lo I
Mghest bidder at the Offirr
I 1 the Assistant Court of Appeal at the,
V.irl House. Bridgetown, between th>
noun of |1 inoonl and 3 n clock Ln th.
ifterooi.....ii Friday the 14th day of
April ItM. all thai certain piece or parcel
ol I ,i.il situate at Hastings In the far -
of Christ Cnuron and Island aforenaic'
containing by seam aaur ement 1w>
thouaand nine hundred and ninety twr
squnra feet or thereabnuU .Jjuiting gn<
(..muling on lands of Miss O. Mortison
on lands of Mlaa Ursula Griffith on i
ioad in common and on th* public ro-
or however else the same may ahul and
bound and If not then sold *Ae %.td
inoparlv will be set up tor sale on every l1
>ajcceeding Friday betwenn the ssane
hnun luitil the same Is sold for a euro
not leas than f 30B 0. 0
Dated this 30tH day of January 1V<
I V CILKXB.
Ag atrk of the Assistant Oourt
of A|,L- ,.
4.3 M-3n
A FUSE
DINING
TABLE
make* voui ealma more .-laieeable
EASTbU IMNIM, h.-im it h.
NLSHER.s now ha..- .. Ina oppoi-
ninity at buying from a Select i
Assortment of Modem and earlier i
.-haprs and .ire- In MAHOGANY I
or Mahogaiiiicd Pine
DINING TABLES
SIDEBOARDS and
CHINA (A 111 NETS
ced lo te*e Yea Meaey. j
> n.iw it., te Betas Vaa Slyls.
Iralalgsr Mt.tl Hul Ma*
4 4 SO
Li WILSIKi
TYfclila^u Slreel
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
Inc. B. G.
Grasp This Opportunity
IN Ol K ELECTRICAL DKl'ARTMF.NT
We can i|uule vou
on
A.C. MOTORS (Hoover)
l/b. Is, Is,] :i ll.P. 50 Cycle 110 Volls
ADVERTISE... it pays
, "i^Pr,: .AI^ "' *"* Sttuai-n
'" /'.1^#i* ,L-"- T,lJ*" ""dge OOP,
vda Msrlhole Apply II Stuart *'
rv : r.
BUNGALOW AT NAVV OAHDENS
Built December 1040 Cool quiet locality.
Stone roofed Everlle Verandah. Draw<
ing. Dining and Breakfast Boon
Kitchenette wMli built in larder and cup.
boards, toilet and tiled bath. 3 bedrooms,
<-ch with large piesses and wairr ,
"rare, servant.* room, toilet, bail
breakfast and other frull trees, lawns
end yards good condition Inspection by
ffrPlt"tn'>i t*U* *""' CU"" PhBIM
3rd day of ApiU. ItM
'- held al
' Thursday
II o cloek, ,
Ml LEOD. Ian..
9
im roi svoh
WHIN YOU SEE II I
N-
1 ntlntf.lfv
MERE'S ONE !
oil mil m, WAUL IA1SI liuu-mprri
in 1 ila. Tim al MM: H iln. u IMI
CENTRAL EMPORIUM Broad St.
tTSgf THK TYMWS < II \Ufio\s USE
USE
CHAMPION TYRES
CHAS. McENEARNEY & CO.. Ltd Distributor.


PAGE F.K'.IIT
BAKBADOS ADVOCATE
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PICKWICK-ROVERS
BEATS COLLEGE 3-1
PICKWICK-ROVERS defeated Harrison College by
three goals to one in a good gam.- of football at Kensing-
ton yaaterda;. afternoon to win thttl filW match for the
Tay|0<
coat, while Morris regisiered for
Shortly after Referee Frank
Eii wards whistled the player*
irto action, the I
were defending the goal at th*
d. made an at rack on
their opponents' goal. Smith after
receiving from ie of hi* halves.
ptMad to Williams who sent In *
good effort from the
.-.altered and cleared
irds, Plck-
wii-k-Roveni look over sod TayUr
riag after beadng the
II back, sent In a hard
grounder which Smith
was onlv a matter of minute*
Pick wick-Rovers fronl
I another raid and this
ime Wilkes sent In a hard on*
which Smith again saved.
is now tra'r '
midflpld and Dash, the fi.llegr
If. U-bbd goal*
Hill iintirtpaUft nin
A Hard Shot
ri.kwnk-IU.ven> num.
raid and U
got posaeacion and raced up U*i
.iih with a hart
shot.
Urge boys by good com-
bination, made a series of raid-
1.,.;>cnei*s goal, but theii
bUM> men failed to mal
their oppdrtuniUea.
On one occaaion Smii'
left wing out in and set in a hanl
grounder but HUJ was all there
.Shortly after this. Mike FotU
fn.m William
Best Golfer
Ever Is
Bobby Jones
SO AT LEAST
AMERICANS THINK
BOBBY JONES, who
major golf championship from one
to five Hani our Opan
overwhelming choice In America
for the trtle of the greatest golfer
of toe past century. Here are
grounds for controversy.
Nobody else came nnywhrre
near hint in Associated Press
poll, colleague Frederick Cook
tells me from New York.
Jones MM glvafl 283 of 302
votsa cast by sports writers and
broadcasters. Second came Ben
Hoaan 40. third H.igcn 29. fourth
Naiaon 17. Fifth Snead 6. sixth
Sarazen 4. seventh Jo\
errd 2 eighth Harrj Vardon I II
is good to sfp that the English are
not quite. left out.
Cotlon And Vardon
By the way, irn't Henry Cotton
| Of
Old hands declare that if Var-
don had played golf in his prime
with Jones the American
"wouldn't have seen the way he
Where is Jones to-day? At 47
and with degree* fawn if ire* uni-
verstttles. he is still practising
but it is law now.
He is the richest legal light in
his home town M
Georgia.
Joey And Freddie
Freddie Mills bears no Ill-will
A rumour ran re ind toWB last
mgbt that his coiqueror Joey
Maxiaa had been tai en to hospital
with Jaw trouble
Mills telephoned promoter Jack
Solomons to ask th name of the
m.n who had taken Ml world title
from him.
Solomons was able- to assure
Mills that Maxim was sound in
wind and limband had left town
to give an exhibition in Liverpool.
The two boaan will meet again
socially. They have promised to
attend a concert being organised
at the Saville Theatre on Sunday
by the Professional Boxers' Asso-
ciation.
I Boxing Brothers
You know of the Bebbingtons,
the Buxtons and other brothers
in boxing. Now the Edmunds, the
Welshmenfrom Bi&engarwwho
12 years ago .settled in Kent,
where father follows his old
Welsh craft in Snowdown Colliery
by day and trains amateurs of the
Snowdown and Tilmansioor Clubs
!.. night
Two of Mi. Edmund'* five box-
ing sons Ronnie, s n
wnght, and Glanville a welter-
weightraached the mi-nnal:
of the National Coal Board's
championships Nottingham
last year.
This year I
again. I i
the S E. Divisional champion-
ships at Ramsgate -.-
youngest of I
IS, was in an exhibition bout
TheyWautllunfstaff
JOE HARDSTAFF. I hear, was
bitterly disappi>mie M.C.C. ruling dUeilowil |
from playing foi Auckland
province against the Au-i
on February 18 B*an Ms i
wili not comment M ha dos* not
prejudice Ins playing qfttataaSB*
Uons for Notts foi tm
Meantime the Aucfcl
Association communicated Mlttj
Notts explained the posiUon slid
asked sanction fui tUrdgfenl M
play.
Doggart and Co.
Londoners
Lack Big
Soccer
YET THEY HAVE
WEM&LEY STADIUM
H> HKI"< I HARRIS

the big clt-i
tere.1. and what di
vast open space roun-.
from Brenlforci In the West K
Tottenham in the North-east, with
never a first-class club in beiween
Yet in the midst of this foot-
ball desert is the finest grounc
in all England, Wembley
Stadium.
-
wants to br anonymous send
this lament:
Do vou think
id provide i-
the vast built- ..
Wemblev
-Although the population of the
district must be about
million wi aaaraal I
tonal club centred a*
Wembley would attract great sup
port.
The crowds are hare and wait-
ing ah ctato."
We Need Am.ihlir-
I know whal I would like t'>
Mi plavint at Wai
naallj Si I
amateur aide, wortiiy of admis-
sion to th League, and -iron*
enough to thrust Its way up from
division to division. A',
XI in th. ton would
bring a mmh-needed refreshmen
Into football.
A Corinthian MM '' foil like
fed by the PggWll men fron
the universities.
It 15 unlikely I
chance against the full-
So has anyone a side
of profrssio! als to produce out ol
for the benefit of
k irked away
;:oal to give the h .
on.er. Smith took the f^L-
but
i thn i rMuitad
The College kept on press,,,, - " JS^WP
for thee. ^'^TL ,^' ,.;,.
n afltf beating in-' IM Malehan K.innni^
back Mimic sent In powerful' OLASS-WOBJUCP I
ghot |)U, first match foi Hendoi
an, not Mtlsned F.C in 1946. Four years later he U
with their lead, launcru,
jttack anrt from a DM [earance in the side
.. Wllke> alwa 1UM' *n"
beat Smith with a hard one fron
i'KoBLLMS will .unfioi
sex C I *aaaon.
Ava Isble then, during va
wi.l be Hubert Dogcart I
, aid, K. P A 111 :
and A. C. Burner.
and ( I
lett and IVtei Blsk<
Oxford.
Ution to Um tJ
fessionals. there at*
men as Ken Suttle and Don
Sullies lU-ldiug. ospecially in tin '
lose range to make the score
2-0.
The College boys fought bjjfd
for a goal, but the iiu>
.hanged
Oflensive
On resumption. Pi

: fht aSar
attini poaMMJon. kicke rb C !a |1 made an
pen their score and
Uieir opponents'
area for some time. They now-
pportunH
Momt kicked out sfU't
a centre from Williams on the
left wing.
Pkkwui
(.teasing then lead, again mad*'
mother raid and toned iheir
opponents' to cot
Dvie* took the kick from th
right side, but Wl
Harrison CoUafe U) a good for-
wd movement took the ball
well up the Held and
.
which M<
i
I not long aflei
I'lckwick-Hoven out*
|
in I shot. From the rebound,
Croney sent in a hard grounder.
hut Smith waa well In position
gOd saved
..lie some
kept then on
bntth their lef
i gt-oH ana wiiuh
oefeuce to give tham a corner
Medtn.,1
took tha kick, but
I Hmviis toughl for
^al and v\.
rewarded when from a corner
kick by PavaM from
side. Wells headed out -i Uh
Smith "Pn |
uccreuse this load, bu.
I'ickuiek |
^odl lo one.
Tin' referee was Mr Ftsi.k
l
.i, Mud Ml J 1
Byer
Tin- U
Harrison College. Smith, For-W
tinrtrth l>asti. Siinniondft. Burton
Bmlth
k-Rovan: Hill. J Hunt.*
Proverbs. Foatar. V H.h.m
Mayer.. Wellea. Dova
I'sylor
Tl-KSDAV. M'UI,. ^
In i iirli*lr Hmj


Aants
a., | \..
-.woir Owner* ^
CMV IPM-i n'- " " ***"" Oan M|iu*'-
Z-U Wonlta Sch I ">mm
iJZ !. Bcho.n*r 'Anita H SI ton* WI C*p'
RI|\ M > M7^11 r..- fi^n-da AamU Schonr
nunna D v iem "- '*a (""#' AiPwaOon
,-. T.inidad Anl Softooo- S3. -'pU.- Mil tona :. OagUtfH
"r 0~ An*. r,rr". fnr Otvr-d. A-.t D^-t
Brhooo*' "Wonderh.1 Cnun**)lor J" & C. L'd
m n*l Otpt Ak^inHrr Cct.lot S4 Utm *t .ic* ansS art>^-f own* Kita adu. kso-
ES
Tapl K'an. 't Da UaherSL" l.iw
rwptmt* Kfn tot Martmiq"
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From N.
Mm.rl flnfftli

From r-enda- Mr K*wW Andrew v.
Mi-f Derfvn McLvod. Mi* MUen McLmkI.
Mi David J Cww-f. Mr- Mantrt*
,'unr>. Mu* Pa> lonet. Mr- Miriam J
ITorW Champion
Wins 3 Titles
ST LOUIS, Missouri. April 3.
Johnny Leach, of Britain, former
d off three
Uttes in th- annual United Stales
ajnptonaUp nrr.-
last nig1 lh '"env'
111 Hol/e-
: -2d
ner Jack
i

: ltt.
With Sally Qraan
i | mixc-i
;. beating Bill Price and
Reba Monne*s lft21. 2117.
2ii:.
Renter
in r kii Hi-
Schooner Trrrdon, PtNT
ri CaiMain * ."'"- 'Of Domwiica
mat Owner*' A*>ooiaton.
|wi>. SV lona net.
Captain Mar.nall. tot Until* Guiana
s-a*"!": aehooner Ownera' AMociatlon
Pilfrtm S ' Ui-.
Iii Tsaurli U ill.
11.11 It.Ill <*s I usl
Hlalll'lll
iiwir Bar-
bMkn CuaM Kto' i
S S Haban. D-.n AurHi..
Uruauay. Vino llan-iten. Alroa Pennant.
Nidarholm. Semlnolr G % t. Sollten.
Spriniwave. Huliria. 3a'i1<>'
Cuatodian. Abratujn
Unroln. MyVen. UtTVOII l-.-^ rail
i .uti. Baron Btoll I i-
enl Panther. Athelrtane. Manipui. Amer-
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r. Bral. Nedon Ran P
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Indian Reservation. Ruaaail Trader.
Alpharca. TModoKua. North Haven. Ladv
't-ourf. dnd M T Vikiir.ti
Don"! Tell Your FrienrtN
Tell uM AlKn. .1.
The AHvwiite Pays
For Bmm
Dial 3113
Day or Nieht
, Andre
iitaa.
Said an official: "Maybe
has been lucky, but nil
l:e If Kiuuh." He Len.ii
now plays
left md dai of tht
team.
And No Wnmlir
Mr. RICHARD TYI I
I congratulatory cable U
Inning tha
EUgh jump, told
vale Road
Wa have bean ke>ed up here.
Naturally, during the night wa
daring what
penintc and somehow the 'nippers
felt it. They woke about 4 o'clock."
The nippers" are their two
David, who will soon be
four, and Hume, aged 2}
Mi. Tyler (Dorothy Odam).
|0 in March, c-an jump
highef than her height, ftft. Sins.
Hei Oh/mpk CJanws jump was
5(1 nini Clapham born, she
member of the Mitcham
i |b when 11 Ud train;*
there and ' at the Tooting Bee
fee wag in the WItAF.
Far Twvali
Mi Tyler*i athlettci have
ink, Oar-
Hol I
unpaid coach at a Bed-
. te and she also bttaraati
UirUf ath
l,ii.". when --he has the opportun-

She baa Uvad In her present
i ilpe were broken
Mi- Gleet B
Mrs Glen Haig. one of England's
woman winners at Audi
spare time '
She has a husj lob as medical
.rds oflVei at the R
I pital
.. Miss Mary Janws. ahi
married to a I
man Has been fencing about 13
vears and is now utxmt M Olym-
pw finalist an.l twice British Opei
i hampion.________
li in tteau prartt, ......
lU'iutui.. i
feg)
ri awaiting In
i ground an.i
njMMI -
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.\itaivi.s-it> b.wj \
TiiiNmAn m*fo
Michael SimpMfl. Im> Bakk.

Loej MaiitHot. Buel
runs. Chrl* Crobln. ltolwi
Aaatna Paul-Charle*. Wuodley Anthuny.
Scott. Itotoert Joitr-. Hedwu Walker.
Stephen Shoul. Isn Shoul. Michael Sur.p
ion. Clyde PhiUlp. Grace T
ice Watwn. John
Ella Vallnl. Ferdlr.an'! Vallnt. Alan V-l-
i' Lloyd Greenidae Teoflbi Bodriaiie".

Teran, BnHIp HarmoBu Man
l'er-ad. Robert MacDcnald. <
Baoa, a *:.-. Ctnlull. Amtioiiy G^rna.
Aille" I-.
ird Jordan.
B Qulnn
From VT KTTT5; Elva Benjamin.
From LA GUMBA Juan V Ovon
I.hi. Cab-. !'K. Eduardi.
rule Fake%. Ondrey M. Pake*
Cannen Maatlam. l*>nor Daanlno. Luiaa
T w il.on. Maria T Beinrbeitia. JoaUxna
liefina r>e Herrubeitia. Ed-
Iti-leru Brandt. UaSali

bouri. Clara De Brill
U-turo B Brillei
o A Tamayo. Crmn '
. .oan. Rlvero Machado, Nora Machado.
Julio Mai hue/. Ju-ef.ikj M..
I Hun. Laura
\ la Caatro. Mar* I


An.l-
John Lahoud. Maria Lahoud. Manbel La-
hnud. fc.j Ari>mendi. Benjamin I_K.ri.e
M-ria I^Gianae. UUu LaGrana*. FTan-
fahm Ba>, Robert Gkfiin.
man, Dom
CarmeU
llanrig.ir Jt
t i i gaBa ajajiiinin nolle l.-::i-r-'.-;.
De E.|da J..-. E.oaJa. GraclaU Gor-
lo Cl..i,clelle A'

. Riu Ben-
l.nan. Mrrcede. He
Peie* ". De OImti,
Ceeiii* Th- Irlfue*. Al-
Ourilerre/
Iilr-ARTI a--K. n I \ I
FM TRINIDAD Me. Enid Carnv
Si!*, Udetie Chona. Mi.a Marlorl* Chan.
Mr William Malnaot. Mr I
Mr Michel I I h
ai-ialil Mi Rulpti Worrell. Mi ChaMt-

Downie Mi
II. Mia. iva i.
i ted Bethel.
I, Mi Uordan W..II
la) CharW- R.im| Ml Jan narina,
Mi N Walkei
i n

Schmidt,
I Sam
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BaeUc aaetaH '', 'll"*"
I H.itda at one of the
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return eonlei whkh thev fought
All thoae who Hied the ,-airp.
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^GETTING UP
II memmj findl jnu
aa) hdfraaled, alJI
aart 'tlyonitk*?
ii broken by hftul
taaaing and luming
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be la blame Whan
aurludne*i|atoul
at order, voui .leep
aafen. Ta hah* yv Woer* rafain a
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Present* . _.
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