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PACK TWO si M>U ID si NDAY, il'llll. „, Ul Qcvdh Qalimq island OH IW accompanied by Mr. Jons* :ig at It?"* Worthing. Saint Joan at r PHILIPS W PHILIPS SUPER DELUXE TABLE MODEL • THE LAST WORD IN RADIO MANUFACTURE provldsa undUtorUd rcption. II U excellent in gound volume and hill control ol roptoduc lion. atbacBT* and ai*lic in appearance with all the PHILIPS qualities embodied. MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS. has been here /or 01 %  ncndavmg ..' ". James, the Iteauld : r.dos home. It f for Bertrvi. staying lot it so much that 1 ton't win! in Travelled with Princess Alice M here for two months' holidaying a: the B in Winnipeg yesterday During her stay herthe round trip on the Lady ,\Vlson to British Guiana, and return. She left on March 9 and ret March 22. She was very thrilled when she arrived in Trinidad to Princess Alice and the Earl of Athlone joined the -h-p on the way to their British Qul %  Producing Rebecca M TOl i, produring "Hebeon l,,r Iho Bridgetown Players at Barbados in late February for an indefinite holiday as a guest of Mr. Victor Marson H* % %  '. St. James Mr. MrC.ee once taught theatre for one year in a Cottage in Texas and Ia*t Summer he was designer and Technician at the Had Bafn" Theatre in Massachusetts 'luring the season which lasted fur four or live • When he returned to New York, he appeared in an off Broadway production of "Trouble in July" by Erskui Caldwell, author of Calgarj ,in ' spirituals Tobacco Road Igs AlAntiguans best of all. Her acEven before he came here he )(( n j, ,i! employees of TC.A.. companist was Mr Walter Chum|V* SATUHDA I had heard of the Bridgetown !': % %  ,v from Canada or bers. an Antiguan. V/ weak at St. A ers. and since his arrival he has TC r Miss Faulkner is the guest of |fr. Oscai Chi lira. C T Smith. Next Chase ol Uppi Mondav her second recital will be married to Mi HllUcent Snaggs. .1 tlon of Rebecca which op.(t [h( .Mc hodls church and on daughter of Mi ro-ny OrtaT len bvi*:* will be preJ„J> on Thursday. April 20 JJ-*H ;md then the :ol.owhv i> at R.M pm !" *^H %  ,l th< t'olS It Meal,,th the periodar betv andS*! 'loenth century^* Joan. .1 ir ~£ raised by cm to restore 5? •t the French cow* • vcntually^* ; twcKgrouna ij w X The play is a long one, fa. %  : %  -. es is that 2 ;nd rfiiu, torn France Joan, ho and He alan " : %  -PEN. seeonri from left, was among those leaving Bai T^USF"* Bermuda. She is seen here walk me toward the plane with the other Mrs Nma VayjjJJJ 1 ** Married at St. Ambrose Vaujhaa J2 n. the Innga!" al Rp^ > -Uidenft. :i " Counsi dies r>! ih t %  ; 1 ith. %  time'. per wed M every Sun Here for Three Weeks T HREE I ... Juceline dk I I Stelle. They are here fur three weeks mi holida %  %  B.W.I.A. Staff News M R OLIVER from Trinidad B.W.I JK H for just 1. I A %  .veil in his it |g undai shortly be returning to Ti In Left for Montreal M ISS ANNA I daughter >f U %  1 the c.oif ciui> Road led y< l Hei parenl others are guests Methodist Church and on daughter goes to St. After her performances I r :iGOramony, Faulkner is coming to Bsrbados. conducted by Bet asslsti %  For Five Months A BOL'T a year and, a half ago f \ Rosa, and her daughter Jean who are from irriTCd In Bai have settled here, living at Minatei ; irine Oardana, 1 Jean Rose left by TC.A.. for Canada en route to England on a live months visit Her mother see her off. Orha Glad to be Back |i*H JOSEPH Mr.Alexande, on a dress of bro, 1 \ <>"+\ ut on Princes, lines 11 :' ('Y 1; Trims* M MISS I U t KM I Anegadan Singer Coming Here B British %  %  well lo %  This Is the Ludy as attired ana aiithiiiium tended by Miss Thelma Mitchell, maid, who wore a emon ninon. The duties of Of 1-as at^btalrport to i" rlormed brother. Mr. 600 Feet of Colour Film Back To Curacao DUU reel 01 ^oiour rum AN)) ^ WI after an enjoyable three recently via Trlnida .. -,. ,.. P.I.BI., In 1 1 Mayor of Arnprior On'hey wore StsrjdJ Ing. Manager f Canadian Public Saw Flying Saucers Booth Co. \f US MARluN HORN During his stay here he hasiVl mother Mrs. Anrtaken over six hundn ,1,. among the p colour film and he is going to edit |M i i; to Mr II C Collier Mrs. Horn was one Of tho and also show it to many of his the Windl Canadian friends. supposed Flying Saucers. She '• returning to England Was In the R.C.A.F. is on hor was to < H .1 It MC LEOD. who Is her other daught) Toronto and his Engbeen here %  X monUiS. hsh wife arrived yesterday by Last Night 1 \ Mr McLcod. when he re AST NIGHT at 8.19 .11 leave has been proJ_, to Office Manager of the o. S M D Branon in Chicago. During „ve the ( lth thoRCA.F ., ,,ll be here lor two week%  All T.C.A. Staff and are staying at Cacrabank. Firtt Vitit [KliK lor two .•H' %  %  1 %  iVI Nassau and Beroj Hi Id tiuda. ly broadc..iturday al thus time. For Discussions %  low Hotel, \| l( H •. \ H Pali iT Mr. 1 : %  ki General Sales Manager of E B. POW er Company. This is to dlSCUSS with U visit to Barbados but 'he posatblUt) to I 1 SM Hotel. Itor to theii glad lotoj : : SKELETON CROSSWORD BY THE WAY *, BEACHCOMBER M I %  %  %  I l.rt; folk* %  %  l.iitlv liiiilin tlv tfvttM He said that he conferrinK with Hon'h. Tanner, the Can., who an IvOd Mi Btahop -I York via Trinidad by B.W I A l 1 is staying at the %  T truth be %  %  %  %  m %  l 1 1 i I M that Back from Home Leave A FTER s six-month Eng I. mouse—not : .1 course—wh K %  %  to bait her trap Shtldo %  : I Dutch s [ %  be in. use drani .• ,r ol ,. California, now She 1 ome§l M 1 ; BLAtn UEMO.NMKAIIUN Bel v. 5 p m.. 1 n back 1 : the Pepof the i %  the eheete wltl 1 %  UghL The lady Ith %  put the g> and left the cheese out t la 1.. 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T" ,y. AI'RH. 1C. 10311 -i NDAV DVO( PAGE TIIKKK RICHARD TODD MEETS PERIL IN HOLLYWOOD \nd Burst Their Favourite Bubble §> % % %  Fr-iVi-irlk f wok : New York. RICHARD TODD. sailing for are sensitive, and with Ih, J^ and boo* soon alter ouch on u,, w ,„ "J5 hll lirsl picture "" lo do and do it_nd hoT JSSfc u taking >•'"'>; *< "IW oHen wondered how ,he "^;e ideas on iloU>ood. man raring into lown did that "S place . only a village, he dismount ., luU .|lo£ ,v c l ££ 'people talk too much, ,„ lc m Bu w !" me ^rcially about other people ana W a. the way m which tn, ho !" h. •! lUelf I, trained to come to ?W nJumniits are a dally h... , ho momem h Ifkt lilted off the saddle -U the stone. .."out wrung out ,„ Ena i, nd „ !" ",: • to tall the Urn. w. mounl hal j he h ^ e ,0 w ^ d u*ejut is no. Hue keep right on KoinR— ;,nd vr.u',1 "One gclsjo work a, „. ,„ WJ broken bones." „, -MakiiiK-up tab long a"" ,hc n J"V n|! am 'r Iron III,. at the same speed. •From the actor's point ol view. Two things did bother Todd and aditthe absence ol Between a British studio and an cup of lea and the way in which American." restaurants and shops maintain . -.!. !...< %  _....., "" %  '•I'Mf men to Jump Into your lailttUl iMilll i ,,„• ,he moment vou arrl ssssttsa W -put one's iou*. in il in nony. T . my course, they car. ire all makes the slightest Af,er l "** %  I M used to it." columnist and spread abroad If !" "> WOrtUWUJ you deny it. you . JUDY HOLLIDAY, II you don't, everybody bellevei court-room scene was the bit u( the Blm Adams Kib. is to be In his first Hollywood pftcturt, tUrnd In %  r %  Bora \*i.terday, the coim-iiv Ruth Roman. Todd plays a W hi. i %  % %  outitudlBg Bre* i descent. Herv .s %  ejrl who will be He found the the job learning to ride well on %  Ami lo llroailnav Hi Hoists all I Claire Luce, who tuti bet pea ring here on television, is '•One thla said. "I thought IW horses badly treated in Wettern Bros way play With a silk %  m pulled up si. Thread, lo optQ Mitt month. Sinsuddenly as lo re> % % %  "' Will play haunches wim what looked like brutal marry a doctor but .-ill that her heart belong footlights. Autlu %  / %  • %  %  lay iuducn reepons. Their n —L.E.S. Judu Holiiday u i T* ofM day. %  "• I J"' 11 * M ins sHOI i m BoUrawai. hole, use super latuii u t it would cert lion ig at) ti r W I I. V E O'CLOCK HIGH the Emi'ii %  a most ahtatiB |li It concerns the first struggles and grim efforts on the part %  >: I Army Air Force to pr efficiency < 'tubing on German;.. of Worlu H a picture that is fraught with ten* emotion, humoui and MUltemem. %  •JIMM :r.,:i %  the ment. whkh IK. to eonunu %  i strict dlai otent that in tne group mi.. the re%  •"pe — Unwell suddenly crackj unda the unn. RftBBV In the role ol the General, it of his % %  . • \t file* i in< m.i ; 12 O'CLOCK HIGH By G. B. .HI undarlyi Suppor:•lugger, whose bumOW ... alcoholic lapses are not only aim required In ; %  film ol %  %  Merrill as Col. %  %  %  %  %  Id cast, red •>.. tin' caal and Individ i %  %  : Aim "inakihalaava' \n\, strict reality. The setting* rot ly product of the planes ere tai etua bate with the Oei tructlon oi Anv i %  . The mu %  %  %  return* i : sing. I, I %  t htcago Dtwdline I HICAO* %  Dl playing 'i Id vs. %  %  %  i GARDEN HINTS FOR AMATEURS Ift Zlattwl Time Seefls 7jnrua %  i -pared %  iTolec%  into the toot apart, but do not rose the mould %  i D three ,.r fOUi \ ed plantlaa picking ofl %  it Mnd %  Juai Icatloo of nuuv oo much eed right Ihrough the ndidly to the ;l flow%  B height of '.*: Ing blitoms as 1 %  Storing Seeds 11 i %  i down' %  %  Cutting! %  %  Moon. Thl %  %  %  %  rter the I full of the mo %  %  %  %  %  :iH Will harm th< %  nduig. %  %  %  %  %  %  i SorrOWfol Jones' %  %  %  %  %  %  I Simple, safe, sure day-long freshness; odour-free clothes. ooov* FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME IT.CHING INFLAMED SKIN potal soit liiiisli for nulural lovcllnesi NttUni could br IntUtr, or more admired, than Ik, hfwl velvet i.ni.h of Yardley uowder, on skin that \M been kept ilear and smooth by Yaxdley. YARDLEY '(pinp lhxion J powde i) (in HIM natural shade*) >• OLD BOND STRUT • Just the lift your figure needs when necklines plunge deep-down KclcMleu Itchkng—ctuKJrr lbs ikun. .pctdilr drrelopi into InrHaimn runpln mJ open torn uokn duvixJ. 1 rRiuunds ol .km luflerna have proved tMt there i-. noinimi "lure *urc in neaha than D.D.U. PreatnpiRM.. Thit (amotu IBM >i-vi pcmiiaie the lonured %  "HI (iMiiet. aataaa the tmeiuif germ* and • iiix.mulieir.ie.r.H.f,. Whafeveilormuf 'ioninmhlci.givina vou painaad disirev it /IMA. 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PAGE H>| K • M \H\\ WMtll W/C-T No rum for • tram" Th rum which had been placet! I I n the English and West I ptihaps sympathise more deeply with the Went Indies Team than mm. •".-totaller and have spent art on the Continent One must admit that tr.Officer observed the letter of the law in this respect but what of the %  N.\Y ( KICKKT S bttl f the team Payne and skippered by 'Bob 1 outside th> wo; iHoi to und it S2X2^J?I} e !L 0 £2! Il m c "^ n lt *>* ov and K deprive ll Ibtir rightful revenue in this con CARL TON DEFEATS ROVERS 4-0 CARLTON completely outplayed Pickwick-Kovers in then First Division Footbd.l Fixture a*. Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the came, their first for the season, by four goals to love The Carlton front line, ably led by "Brickie" Lucas combined niceh to score two goals during the first period and the other two in the second half. t> I-uca* scored two of the goals while Reynold Hutchinson and Warren each scored one. The game was only about five minutes old when Lucas fot the ball from mid-field beating his way down, beat Hill with a left booter which went far comer of the nets Pick wick-Rovers now made aj 1950 Cricket Season Mohawk Wins At Yesterday's Yacht Races "Mohawk", owned by Dr. David To Open On July 8 THE 1950 Cricket Season will open on Saturday. July 8. and will close about the middle of December T -he Board of Management 8 ^'-er this that 1 Guiann tn ' '•'"K" 1 *' John Topplns "Mischief" skipCarlton got their second goal. intercolonial I '*%  of the team carefully pered by his son Stanton. carried v after %  Oil and then off "B" Class honours. A keen receiving from one of hi* halves. battle was witnessed between eut in and beat Hill with a lovely their tongues in their w r Cloud''. _owned and skip"hot THE GRENADA TURF ful meeting which opened on I %  ,j Q^^ day. There were mostly home end st. v*-? but on the whole llian Outsat Huence was also added by the v irom Barbados and some othei iactu curious coincidence, voung Pal %  uVfc 6 ' him a whip which had been bought hei .. ^^J to the champion jockey of th % %  utt' champion jockey himself he ni His total was live wins while i vas second. I am (lad irowesi UPL? fore not conflned to the home ground l jockeys makes me start thinking QH, alts. I could write a lot about. But to be bm-: I -nal| jj* confine myself to a few ;. n %  JX Jy** ailment which makes onlookers '.hink thai ., a -7* races but never the h.vnt, lnis J** horses arc OMffl i-onvcyann's who all run i orn J? %  .no happen to have the -:i luii ither end of the race. Octata re if a horse who duo : Jns J^ k at more than uniform speed and w-hen he does not a !" thoul saying, the jockey i> '-• iilnm* %  to blame War Cloud". _. pered by Jack Badley, and "ResbThe Pick wick-Rovers goal had '' '<* UMon tn. ;^, bv Qwcn Rurke an a narrow shavc whcn ^ lrle(I pparad by his brother Ham hard one from outside the area. with the nicaaaai Mil UOl \l ALL .1 of l sack of sugar and a carton of gramo1 and calypsoes by the Customs officials cannot be construed to constitute a very warm welcome for the team. However, thlngl happen and one cannot fight the letter of the 1; (or second place "War hut Hilt turned it arour. Cloud" however reached the flag corner. %  length ahead of her rival. Pickwick-Rovers tried to decrease this lead and from one of Astra owned and skippered their forward movements, Tavlor cent). Powell (Grenada > by Milton Tucker won the "C" centred accurately from th e left (Grenada). 55.4 sees. C l V", l ^ ce / %  ln r Hopkins' "Hi win g. but Williams, the C Ho followed in second position flJ ii back, headed out. hile Wizard II owned and Shortly before the interval. t2*JSS* c ^£f ^H Guiana Sf pp Sd b^ionefBaToU wSe J : .i Touma%  iggestion badoi ITI September-O %  itunity of gaining their imiTIMI .l I \NA OBJI I I } .,1 pointing out • .1 be in Englan %  %  action to 1 sent in a tame shot which OVMd and KlllK nad no difflcuu, m „„.„,.. k nu^il K Wisisifir Ua.r>l lint — ... •B' Claa %  : I Wai Cloud; 3. Resolute. nediate Class: 1, Mohawk; ^"^5 %  .mmediatel. i tiood opportunity whei. Warren, after outrunning the Pickwick-Rovers full back, lost control and kicked out %  r to oversees. Tug-of-War Domta b i %  < %  %  D St. Vincent first, li C Class: 1, Astra: 2. II. II I II I> Class : 1, Rainbow. 2. Smba rUo ST Multhr-K • OU Boy %  vii N Mr E Brancti On one ocaMapk mt s Lwmsrt-. BirMr o It to afford tu%  |' "" -"— i re Car!' ftVUkM took %  •>. i: % %  Btlho kick, -ending m a hard t Honduras pooDdar. but King t % %  ,,_ LiKMweigM champ ol • tod out Hill with a good shot British which the latter saved. %  • i weight champion, The Carlton sharpshooters again The Board also instructed tie Secretary to w i Brood no gen asking him to paitu 1 d. St Lucia third. f Uon lQ tne Mcmorla l Gallery at Lords. The Board accepted the applications from Central Cricket Club and the Barbados Etasjbl to enter'.:: %  ion cricket a on the provision that dtabta ;md appointed a small Committee to inspect them along with • The Board considered the Annual Report and ACCOUI Association to be present Annual General Meotmg which will take place at Queen's Park Burbados Friendly Football Association Ol It HI M ll rt) th.MjmT A*U MU.: FUnscti v colu on Frldav, May its at 4 JO p.m. at %i Uonardv fUfoo* Mr o GrmhaiTi present at the meeting were: *MrVEisi££' Sir Allan CoUymow, Mr B D Th,. Carlton front Une which B...* „ ,. Advocai. at shii. iui*r**r mniss, Mr. J. W. 3. Ch. I A was sent to th.; was combining well all along soon Mr. E Clarke. E L G Road, Mr E A. V. Wil%  count in the middle made anotr .'. **Q *H.* l '^.{S d lt rjg^gS la w aesi Mr. O. Orartsm. at lh Bay Rrlcr** %  %  %  %  %  %  %  | %  K %  SPARTAN l>K \\\ WITH 11 N 1 TUCGAMBOL? nu, TiMt AaAS fti'ii *i ihfai IrltV Leynold Hutchinson beat Hill wMh a low a 3—o. HOD now seemed to ttlingi their own way and Hill was called upon to save two good utie from Warren and lho other from Lu %  from a throw In by F. Hutchinson from the rit ; I ag got possession and beat Hill with a %  The further %  .1 li W Thib Plekwlt-k Ro.cn.: Hill. 1'ioverbs. ... Carlton: King. Porter. WUliams. V M K Hutchlm w i %  HarkiirTr % %  %  Mr W. F H %  1 %  %  ill pUyan aho %  %  %  : the racarao, Ibelr own club la to i_ wM> R %  %  1.1 IIKIINMUI KI 5PI I : %  %  %  %  STANDARD BRIDGE By M. Harrison-Cray Deatti last %  avc alt S I I I \ J H S k n Hi | i O ID t b 1 em 1 9 H T 5 A t i I *t v 8 A J i K %  e \ i i AKJH cO On* Spade and SuuUi made the natuto %  %  West led &f a. to correctly played wtU] •> J. H..i &f v/ would nave allowea nnn to hold the trick. As when Weil won the flnl CluO %  % %  %  ts to clear Hi* puTlner| After mi opemngbid Bast was marked lithTp Q and &f K i \ • K three more Club> log to discard two Hearii KM na Bpeda B -uth now led 4> 2, ind at %  ln| a Heari or a Diamond L ... St. Kilts Wins Football Series liart>*oDa Advocate CorrMpoutent > ra, St. Kilts football i was played at Warn. < :noon. During the lirst half. Mont was playing with Lfai downhill. The teams were apparently Well matched. Both I good forward line lombination. Ton mil Of St. Kitts nodded a u. % %  from Francis into Men; < it half time. St Kittl 1 and Montsetrat l). Play was still even uuung the second half, the ball btn... worked through. After 15 minutes. Montserrat evened up. St. Kilts' goalie tried to get to a loose running ball and b i hed it in. This game has been the %  st K by scoring a total of three goals in two games. TuK-of-War at two straight pull %  :rat two straight pul beet Antigua I Unfortunat: plagues the racing game > n. r nly uut owners ar.H J£_ aped. We h7 all over the plai InTv*, las reached most alarming proportu sponih .-• % % %  %  'he horse for the oti.. unas, LATTIMKK — \ NOT Mil.i: CASK The :nosl notable concerning Philip Latti; -,, a CMMZ but hardly any horses to ride. Consequently he had to accept7J of rides on inferior horses u t long before he ttadfe reputation for being one of the worst n ^ Ime i *awataa-he impressed nv to Traakal '.:"ugh he rode a few a %  ; ] rtft^ %  hen on the last day of the CI 'Mlheii the mare Storm's Gift and went out to run in the cjueen'ih Handicap, the last race ndioaek ilnish on the outside. Lattimer landi igu, ^Z of her stable companion Beacon Bright. From then hu naawi ^ht he jumped from .... ^.' .' i he ?*"!' pepen everaa He even geti a pcevli % %  o> %  . meetink %  -,-1 ing and even my coi i • ... .. ;i,iiiti-, i %  'as she a no good who ur.se not! Sin ., .'.. inrsB do Wl,r Take it earvtw THE GAUNTLET 1ND BEACON BRIGHT As I ,ve my friend ,j; ha.,to paper on the form ,, tt ^ He confirms my h>a( q-. %  *•-(.. on thend Beacon Bright was gaining on The i Utjrni not. v Not only does my corresp %  av-spajfc Beacon Bright beat Tl %  ^ '" lh place in aw een abii' untlet %  %  Iher beauM ' %  n \nma I %  ::%  %  %  %  WAVE* REST Hi ILIUM. R| P| i v i H>.N %  I him are thow.in es, and possiblyl Amis who won a race i • ,, %  0Ci) low. Inn the: all %  ,ii thane eenaff %  i li i better beginning I be Berbedoa Id %  .., .. %  %  BellS Will ix> goill^ .... ..tnuufk . : on the a il Hon. J. I). Chendler will also havi ither Wateo Ihe TinudaU L> I NEW Mobiloil NOW AVAILABLE in jtAKBMMIS • Makes Car Englnas a • Gives Beer Protection Against Wear. • Improves Car Performance. • Reduces Gat and Oil Consumption. • Prolongs Engine't Life. N. Mob.kj.li clnnlng pioparHas h4p kap your cor'l vital tngms parti (r of powe*atina dpo*irt. Claon piltom. rtngi. beanngv and volvtt giva .noximum l*Kincv. lasl lonaat. P. (.*•• %  • a.i.inf .la.l.r* • %  < I M.* cii m ,..' m i sraaasaM t. •• JMobiloilj WORLDS LARGEST-SELLING MOTOR OU.I biintBM UABDINI a %  Good mornings begin with Gillettl ...ll i *"^ aUOll SHOE* w.,, in* •*** link wnaTLook after your Man! Ha's a nun to be proud of, kaan. hard-working, devoted to you. But is he. perhaps, worktag a little bit too herd'' Does he look rather run-down? b he oB hie food' Sleeping badly' %  "liable and nervy sometimes ? Go to your chemist today %  get a boB> of PhyUoaa n 1st** Be sura that your hesbss* lekos two of the lablt* 'igularh three ttmes a ** before meals. You'll %  ooasi* what s uiilcier.ee tbey VACATOR %  trCe^OarkUd. (Wl ely), I t> -;: %  Lie -;.• % %  .. Sec thai he takes his PHYLLOSAN Uhlets three timej a day! sso -I



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,|V„U vPRII18-.1M>U VDVOCATE Manchester England Lose To Defeats Portsmouth Scotland 2-NIL %  .,..!.'. A III'' [I'C L'lllH' I 1 UKMis KORGAK ... %  I Mvi*i< %  %  have tori %  %  %  i %  %  in*. Thu %  %  vfl I United I %  %  1 htttlMll Resold liitrni.ilHHi.il M F^opold Propo*M < Solution For Belgian Crisis I'niirij.l %  ifi NO. 118 The Topic of Lost Week When Colds \ ( ^ j strike remember Phensic %  %  %  1 1 %  .. : %  Itorvi Septune Guards The Oil Aeollfe %  %  %  Reuler.) „„ui-ii LceffW DlvWi i B %  %  %  %  •In.! DIM iKii %  Burnt* %  %  Burnlcj 1 Charltwi %  > I Aston '. M wch Albl I WATER POLO %  %  on. Ki %  %  them. ... %  %  • 1 .. • it,.,,. i : %  laird M*WM NOlllllfl: Mfl %  Willol CH1 it \U\\w. 11 — Ill'UUI. The Mm %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i i %  %  i irrssted By Love %  %  %  %  %  A loa Two tablets of J will quickly ct • log paw behin. limbs, : to bring the u of all, I fatigue thai so and cfai a s>upp. > bejHaC with a little water .hui. i'hemic *vf. take i da ixbc, and helps ft. Bui best i .>lii-; keep Pkensi for lid fMm Hr rie PAIN, LUMBIGO 1 NIRVfP '.'S, COtCS iCHIILS %  Set "-...%  spontoicd by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and id.' blendm of :: RUM What do you know about ENO? 00 YOU KNOW Om BNO %  •> i' cooling and refreshing, an unillh drink for young |1 Reeee, M C r. JIM KM ll\ll> THE AUSTIN A70 HAMPSHIRE* • High performance 68 b.h.p. O.H.V. engine • Independent froi.t suspension • Steering-column gear control. Room for three in front • Ample luggage accommodation. Liberal equipment • Interior centre-frame jacking • Interior ventilation; built-in windscreen demistin
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PAGE SIX SCXDAl -IMIU. APRIL U,^ BARBADOS 4** APV'(Xnt Sunday April IS. 1S 'I'lnI % % %  porlanee Of fenwefl Barbatk .cted with commendable speed in Ham Mai.-i.--f.-r for Bf Well Airport The new runway is being constructed and it u hoped will b. ready for use in AugustA very modem system of A:r Traffic trols is being established at Sea Renovations and remodeUinga of the • heds have been em out. But Sea we 11 is still a daylight ad Charter planes ( 'lesire to arrive, and if permission is granted, night landing can take place, taken at Sea for twenty : ilso operate al of uV 'allation has bee does not *> The badoB. the -r-hour staff stead but v The question and answ idea Th^ %  A duns to Uarbados i .. piiiaf nfltn> lo Oth* I %  ion I | : %  Lo be uicd. %  Bin %  %  man a %  just ai Si\|M-nr' *y the pessimists can ever be d -hey seldom bey mean is :nmm% emBarbados or and pThe re i perseverar.ee Barbados Of but nowher* success been more spectacular theatre High Tyme and the Madarr.e Bromova %  i a performance at the I Rebecca, and this .'Jollege are to perform Bernard Sham Sainl Joan. that a Barbad-j D lb has beer. I Mul le Watch Empire The Bri • a long es and the standard of fctada a B applauded. When it is nnattc r,e realised %  %  sate -id be : %  %  theatre %  ent on the support al by %  %  %  j.Minds :.i who have il i %  .:. i .,: I other .buted handsomely i have oeen %  Barbados %  rchant princes but individuals irgel; land such as sports. the British Couniporation that the ( individual Barb.. >rt in fields of edut I a apac ia l Uon. To : assistance and help is %  • Indies in the oent and Welfare Gl h support from wealthy ret for cultural m cannot supply itatra in Barbados tuui can contrtti I nd and i doubt pay handihe development of a %  I %  Dot buy hap; .uld a theatre a bad a theatn : talent which U *.:.- and %  %  \i ; has a ail support. CUMMfNGS ie: Mrs. BUTTLETOH-WOC IR. t % • Vn emn'l iWfr M on tht part I OTth lite, dyummtc and -. WALLABA POSTS 8 and 10ft GALS kNHE SHEETS 24 Gauge — 7. 8. 9 ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6, 8, 10ft AT WlI.KlNsliS .v IIAVNKS CO. LTD.. TllHMM|l C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. PHONES 141.;. 117:!. 1687 raises xa REMEMSH •• k\it HUM |JM iht iacaHTMptakUl km %  ..... Sitting On The Fence %  Bl KKIM-II %  \Mi -Kl POI OI Ml I t irai i ii 111 L'P ] Chuk. h dial custfi the doomed themaelvbe a matl for a ion to strangle I OMMo %  When mothei Ivan l\ When gr;' So huah. I-'. byill* 1 tour < a ollrn Unit's A *uek on the jau in in* mornini A aock on the jaw al nihl. And a* TOU come in |Tfl her U*o on thr Haaaaai ia*l wrong or nghl Atlrnliir-H Of Harriet The Hiker THIS is to intro lover of poet; _*: ... S • lane, 11 Una ii I %  iiaesieu to tr delight through a 'gate an -if in a ipa; nous i < Taking a dn %  correaponuand hygiene, she began U "The kiii for pardon The K-i the undaui I lit' llost.i^t-r Anil It.M llsllll %  s lliuu^lil I tones %  : .. the garden. Slran^f Talc Of I lie Sea %  ;>' Yum! va And I i Ing >;oes. Think %  %  it, and tag. As • paled. oss his igain. Then he %  '.r Yumpington. .ngton %  replied Sir Wilto Chinamen % %  ng and i oniitltnt t I aimer %  er had a mental break' a few ii.o'i ago, and my •! are %  .-'. mc outfhl fo %  laaa Aggie ..ugh. i. i \i\ ITS QUALITY IS MAINTAINED i'2) ITS MATURITY IS SURE YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUM SlJiO a llllal STAXSFELB. si Oil A. I,,.. Ltd. Oni Ii< alrs Saj : Whal is There In IVderalioii Thai \\v I ainiwl Aehieve Xow ymmimwmmmmm to %  ii Bseded 2. V. %  %  i eatontoj, %  %  %  Mtuation and to %  Higkft Emm) SIR,— The toUowlai i' M K L Kirkwood to | M i y eaaa I U ntlliifiiI question .ng Uniti i Kincd office of i ours. %  ... • ; %  •... %  | %  supreme itaic liaxnentary advocacy. By all means let then But )uv I a cMore w a lrx m. whose taak u U> rev > %  :And le* the pr. %  %  %  take a more senou* colonies and U %  Colonial Empire REA IN OUR HABERDASHERY DEPT. THE EDICO SOLINGEN LONG HANDLE RAZOR —;ALSO:BARBER SCISSORS AND COMBS GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM DA CCSTA & Co.. LTD. Dry Goods Department #/ it's tt Oi44<.tn*u / lht> Bt.Si Hi ii for #'••••/-/ 0( xi: i iaarml r*n> for %  %  unme "I OU.UUO.000 British colonial llama of Fo< *Hh nom-de-titrmr hut tin '•• %  mar* hona Ode*, will he ignored. %  ul •rider* l BRtSSff*i name to hot at an a^iurlhri tl Hi In,,,,., ; s a In UN* I.ODDAHDS i wan.



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,1 M).\Y. APRIL 1(,. INI Fire At Paradise Rd. Bush Hall c no8iiiFfn is. MoreScopeFor Handicraft IN ANTIGUA SUNDAY A1)\(H *) .iciay morning U o_#ade was summoned : £££se Hood. Bush Hall On 'nuch more that Imval at the rene they d.-cov{"nils wei i ... _i mat il m only Wan Sr v,l " ,ns Specialist Handicrait and nelgtibours already had It livelier of the Ed under control "ion.„ e s JWins School of that coll.: r ; LOSS I mitt tad %  the "Advocate" yesterday.' juant.ty nl money. lama arrived here earlier ralue of S-"v '" lhl " %  <* l'> I : Chapel Street, Way to p,., fig IV Ha* "at both watch been granted a tt aad money were removed fro,,, ship it the School of Harrison I Thursday. Arts at the Univeraity of Puerto St, belong to hinuelf and MarRico. """" caaSaodiford ot Black Rock. ft „„. Coamopoh. Wnn PEN ,hc value att^^T '""' ""** A atta.I lost b) He Bid that ou „„ jaUB. Hutson 01 .v.a.l.,.1 Street handicraft teacher waa auted that ,t was remove that of ,eaeh,n S nd „.., mm tM Marh.ll the basic pr.nciplcs ofwoo rp.EU.SS o, 56C was reportc, SSjlTSrtSSc? X£ 1 o y jam the Bartht-1 btHos !> % %  He provided cm ,., M -..,.suted wi "' n"*3 "• ""'*: '" enable pupUi to beconw THK I-U R| ILlnso owned novea from desk at IB. eftd generally. S H.H IN I.I.M.II a native oi tram Other m ,, Donunica. who escaped from CToups of ..., ., v IDf Government Industrial Scnooi engaRed in the RMktaf on East" Monciav. was recapturerom Old bits ot MI Baxters Koau • by Simeon Lint on of Kichmonu a So Cap. He was hanacd over to !" n took-blnding wai the Police. aiso d one to u great extent, B OBBY DAVIS ol College library books. They .%  Savannah. St. John m one*. enfa, •fvereiv Injured htiic school end domeeUc equipment, nding a scooter along Church lt,,: tied handiVle* Hill. St. John. He Wl : taken to Dr. E B mfrom the nose. M""** ChjVj It li untie. : 925 '" li Ml iv. . — while travelling ftmcit a ill head. %  %  ten %  i dpecne INurst's People Must Not Live In The Flood Area liic Housil to draw to Government', attentl %  %  H'teete i Civil Service Conference Tomorrow Unified Currency For\ Caribbean I the legiilaUon for each of the participating ternt draft Hills will now led 10 each I : ..: their intrcxi rturaa will shortly be auth. i mlttn i %  lv .,|| be v enablin.1 dad by all o o n as %  n uttee has ai MlfD for the .mined currency note submitted l the three firms of printers in log United Klnfdam. The (Town Agenu for ies Will be i. • supplies i.'s to be available n 19.11 tomroltlM Mn.l and the denonunardanl and metal .onlent. .... ..... ihe draft legtalation 12 In Careenage After Fishing I r.MiTk TI.AIil.Y like the PAGE SEVEN Fresh for your Pets ! PURINA m CHOW I'IRINA RABBIT (HOW h. Jason Jonea & Co, Ltd. Ilis.riliul.iri. Boa. u %  n HI. i, mini M ,,, I^ M ,... %  Id be paid in on. month or one „,,,. ra „„, / ,„| :,'!.... I jooths i^ertuicates WMsmp Mr. E A McLcod on tr. ... "L %  i ... k i "' i" easily knowing thai whet He was found Builly of having been offer. k his possession cabbage and a quanUty „f etch to the United Klru i getdom for the purpoae ol ad of being stolen ur unlawfully that parti, abtained. Ml singing "' ment Organisation whii %  rvl'RISf; Till: UI;I;K IX* fire of unknown origin broke Tl '. riir Board betnui eoaaldera — at Edghill Planutlon, SI Tkomas. in •f second crop young canes. Thm St the property .,, Mesan ci.-n'now an In pad ; were In" Hired '"' S AMUEL t I. \ KULI: ol SI .,,, Dand-s. Chrl portea the loss of $7.61 from a table at Ba..la> Hank on Friiiav. .... It was hi. properly. J !" tOaUrwing nun .ortlse V-nt,t, %  ,._,. — Uil u %  but the "" r-w.Mil I H -.11, inlKini'l.l "" %  re. !,;";; ul ";; ik 'VnUgaa Gets I ii>l W omaii Treasorer HARRISON'S BROAD ST GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED uv_LUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CHRO. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS 1 NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in.. C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH. I BRASS RACKING COCKS B 1 I H. P. BALL VALVES I CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 in.. I ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS. PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS wi. MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS Porcelain i.„ ,.||,.,i m ,| r diaries Wai-i of Ruby, and dray part.drawn by a mule and donkey, and driven by L TOW Hnuses. St Philip The donkey was injured. A REPORT reached the Police ^o,^Cu,W,en r "'HoH S,C ^ r STEEL B loiOg to afeMih.. , „ , uf i .^ioii Olllc, %  p o„r *?> % % %  Bknwkuig around. ",''" Wand l. beelT'^'' Adams said thai " ] << Coal Arrives IV ... Inn. w-hi *• Mr Car.nlcha.1 TWO HUM.III. I .•edes.iuins.who __.. ... ., _. „, ,. k ,__ n „. ,_ ,., lhat it was of a very hign of o ,1," or,rer a. waa demonstrated poaltloi 1"' %  %  sh.phcr.i ">e M Muatcal FMUval wag n. [*' and Droi, in 11)411 during .nc Wallace". W enulil iv Sir Hubert ltance was Acting from Trinidad. C"nj .:. vinoi of the colony. He ai... Other cargo of io had will! H, Should I'a, laiiwoy. Drum, COIOOJ. ne a. 1 a gathage can In said that the Wlllkies CIO ed of 280 pi, i .. LI-S. -.-...I--.I In .h..r.l Isrvirda onto* nt Kl. t ........i V. pt centre hut it ., worl imncc and peinti. The vecaels work and added thai -...,> were ^i -lean u4 the mua-cel ectlTltiee of the OXO., ere. p o nt l jpw d u ,'LT' „, %  "•"Wolamrni',. i inaccompanied iwrt singing. Owners ASM ^ %  HI-, i OUlet alle>> %  1 The.. LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE tNSTAL "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 7 1 K l,l| -| | in HIS M.lr.KVUOkN "• • in M.| K.w. K.W. ** . : ; eaaalrle h ,ii,hbo.rata and AutoaaaUe Valtaga Kegalatora. OWPLZTE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK! *••* •iNAIOO.s) FOI XURY LUL in DAMASK for distinction PI III IIIISII LIMA DAMASK TABLE t LOTUS It s !H| ,u .Hsu B • M 111.74 M s .1 .. §? %  --*& 1 NAPKINS in MATCH MM N I MILL DAMASK Til inches wide Per yd. s \.T> s n.mi rel^ CAVE SHEPHERD a ... Ltd. 10. II, 12. & 13 BROAD STREET A FEW FOOD SPECIALS S*/#*#'# I04HUS 1-411'Iff! LTDDtNa rtKRRIES—pfe*M PERKINS vK CO., LTD. Roebuck Street, — Dial 2072 & 4502 W-laeM IIN.I aal I IS41 !-(. Ia> Ka-aataty aailaV ELIZABETH ARDEN %  daMaat* 1'ira.uralwat Hrllllantinr a) nieaching Cream I oundaUon Cream ) skin Food \ .I'incent Lotion a> Rouges Powders ^ Is, last, I ...i,iii„,,i, Deodoran. l.l, l i. K\If.HI'S 1.1II. PHOENIX BCAUTY COUNTW



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gUNDA! Al'RIL 16, m:,u SUNDAY ADVOf \.l. Fire At Paradise Kd. Bush Hall cHOKTty win: < urnintf the Fire VIpM Mali. On Jpd nttjhbours already had it anlw control r E LOM ntfntm value "' s21> JSuion # Prt Street, hat both watch S'moo** "•*• r !" K-^n brflene on Thursday iCr belong to himself mid MarSiMdU Rock. A of w** 3 wa v : julua Button ol He staled removed jan [be Mathill I fTMU. LOSS 1 -gied that the money wa* rcaovca from deak at the Data MM S MRM IISIU: Dominica, who etcapi me Government Industrie! on Easier Monday, was recaptured on Baxters Road on W< b* Simeon Union of Richmond cap. He mi me Police. B OBBY DAVI8 t CoUtga Savannah. St. John mi severely Injured recently while ruing'a scooter along Church View Hill. St. John. II. tv Hken to Dr. E B. Carter bleediBf from UM I; n understocki flrucK a lia head. A IHILPM'S ( %  R I PPIT II Ol DejieUi Road was toed 10 10 Oe pain ith Or one %  oaths imprisonment by Hii Worship Mr. K A Mi: Friday. He was found n his paw etboage and a qui el of being stolen or unlawfully %  UM %  The offeD March 5. D DUNG Tin: WII.K lire Of ill In broke out at Bdghlll Plantation, s: liomas, and 100 holes if %  ire the pn i • Ltd and weninland. S AMUEL ii. \ it K i %  table at Hai Friday jB was his ;>. V VIAN si i \I:I i Road i |Hir of shot %  19 from A N \KIIIIM ,. Mapp fl Philip id %  bout 2 20 | |B* motor lorry P-80. owned) by %  ttby Plant i iven bj ent drawn and driven by I. TW Mouses. St Philip The eBakt'.v was in .. %  A REPORT reached) t on Friday from Payne of Culloden Road), who anted thai U JWd. St. u taken 01 %  M died at her hori flay K HOVBB PLYING IA1 I U thaaatariy •action last night about six •"clock by a young man In St 'lawrence MoreScopeFor Handicraft IN ANTIGUA %  much i na, Specialise Teacher of i;, merit attached to the St J Boys' School of th.it the "A i adhere earlier way to boon granted u two-yi amp at the School of indu I Re hi Mtytni it the COBAOPOUSunday H work as a handicraft teacher was strum oc principles of wood work new work regular workshop practice within %  Ufdll to beconv Thencentre be eld. was fed from other adi. groups of twelve engaged in the making rona from old bits of % % %  sand had also gon. making a thermos •' Indlngj waa also done ( %  specially the ,< % %  library b often etUpi school and domestic oqu '.ill hanth. 1925 to 193 its tutor In Spanish %  the W< t : that hi i I %  %  u inder the tounctl for : %  Mr. Wllli %  %  %  %  %  %  V I try. but with the %  % %  %  i ind Res Hugh %  %  %  %  Mr. 8. C. I h an d i cr aft work boa fancy woi %  i %  mens ol ch< by Earl Dal %  PAGE SEVEN ( hified Currency For Caribbean %  %  %  ommmr %  Un 'in on. IUIUHM. nearly a People Must Not Live In The Flood Area PEOPLE should not reel w area. ] I IV tft RAVUnnu ., ... _i I down immediate them fiui %  Creche Nurses Presented Certificates Three • %  %  HI Han %  %  : %  the work %  and II A P %  i %  %  Pisa Beard bagni adders "i the r* amaam Ibe Bei ret u*i In < MUX I I ipHal \\..IKi -i naatea i Warnaalen waa peat poawd until neat Saturday, %  Likes Steel Bands %  lira I Browne, Miss Norma St* I ... bald b) Di %  Mr. ".I %  i. i ) on the diitlcull ta inhai launched %  %  taiy. Mr Qreei '. %  %  At UM eonclu %  %  Civil Service Conference Tomorrow 1 %  %  i %  i British Oa i i Brineh n IWM Deeatat i On i idai i %  %  Hi Kitti ^' %  • si Vincent %  %  %  • cnmlttae has agreed on %  f the leglslaUon itmg terrt%  .sill now %  %  thai their introduction into will I ; 11 be \ enabling had by all o o n as D for the uiToncy note i the three %  Kingdom. The lea will be raq lenta for supplies b \ 9.'> 1 %  i '.it eontaot baan inIhe draft legislation Fresh for yoiu Pets ! I UNA DIM. (HOW 'URINA RABBIT (HOH h Jason Jones & Co, Lid. Oblributon. 12 In Careenage After fishing I 1 like th to moor my i %  Mvft ale %  %  11 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  tatigua Gets Firal W omao Treasurer iRDS baa Ml Y \ %  %  %  aad %  %  The Stale Of The Alleys wjhe m..,. rtt branch %  ej out fi ,,,. {i w ,.„, %  >aalerday morning but %  u* other hand nothing baa been Pje to improve the look^ ,f %  ihutteri I block thi enti %  %  JUiki's All..> U still hi r' ff^'ble to *. k two Lr."**' 1 Bo""" Une %  pw and Dromedary I..i„ blta ; fcr Hi M s,,{ "^ "' cant washing si'KKl. BANDS %  innichael, Superintendent ol theG* %  told the "Advoca:%  i working throutfa Ihe \ %  Extia Mil •' %  Of ti" todlat. peat eight weeks and i i. III ihoru). that he did not uka H %  ,u,i he had lat a got unterattad in them The ban mony, rhythm %  1 BareT, "It the iMo, uniLs Mr. Carmlchaci : )t was of a \ Otdke 'S was demonst!. r . .a In 1949 during UW lit „ Sn HUIK-I: : of the i olona I reached I high standard in chord %  the mtawVal .7/Per Week Insufficient Dang \: %  %  %  %  1 %  which it-i i re i %  if Hu and %  %  one or two of the others do odd Ifhnai at* tcrday thai %  %  %  %  lias th.un %  All thos<* over ti8 % %  I %  1 1 %  Ait He felt then %  for Ihe I '. %  I %  %  %  TWO HUNDR] ,. I Qloria H< i should I'.. cornpriaad of 280 %  are consigned % %  %  Coal Arriveg Beer, Stout Irrive %  %  %  %  i %  %  i %  %  %  %  CYCLIST INJURED %  I i %  %  %  %  %  I %  he front %  i Uta MM Bainadii Ian I-II : i on su! %  %  %  %  HARRISON'S BROAD ST GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS I CHR0. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in.. C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH. BRASS RACKING COCKS H. P. BALL VALVES CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 i. ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS. PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS Porcelain Bnanwlled .mil rnmpUla with *'.!*. H.IIHI (. Tap. Ovariknv mid Watt* PittljBca $104.38 EACH. Hardwr„ Depl. fal .36* HARRISONS To make a Savoury Ois': really tastyMAR MITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food Made in En.lind LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE STAJ. . "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 ' K.. UILSIX DRIVEN ALTERNATOK8 ,; s.w. • s "-w. ; ; ; if %  ; All KW r n>lrtr .in, s.lirhbo.r*. uid AuloauUr YolUt. Rrgulalon. C0MPL?ri RANCF. OF SPAII* PARTS IN STOCK! **** • %  I HU. I IH>S FOI XHR t Ltd. (Oaddinq 3W* DAMASK for distinction M 1(1 IRISH LINKS IIA.MASK I Mil I I I.OIIIS '.:• x '"i aa, .. >II.BII I $11.74 • l.l 1,7.'. \ MKINs in M\U II H v a aa. UNI \ I ail.I DAMASK 7n I f haa widr IVr Ml. s |J| ; M, CAVE SHKIMIIiltl) A (.. Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD SIXEI V*''-'.'-'. %  '.'.•.:::•,:•,:•,',:•,'.: '.---,*.-,-,•, YOUR Y. Phono DISTlNCTIVr. AND DirFEHTNT Oui Buyer go*, yeaily lo lha flriiuh /adusliies fau SV II guarantees Low I IEWELLCRS DE LIMA & CO.. LTD: 4644 -o20. Broad SUel A FEW FOOD SPECIALS SftJfMal f0UI$rn fin I ti I i K-EIJ PERKINS & (<.. LTD. Roebuck Strret, Dial 2072 & 45U2 —. IIKM ).-•• Is Irul. wilk ELIZABETH ARDEN Pr r pa a* I aeaae% Hrllllanlinr lllr... inn, t ream Foundiallon ( rrm a> skin Food \-niii..ni i.oiioit ^ Reeaani I'oMiif.s ^ i > %  i.ivii oaaa ltf.Kloi-lll l.l tWII.HI-S 1.1II. PHOCNIX BEAUTY COUNTER I IS VI



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PACK SIX SUNDAY ADVCX >l NDAY, APRIL 16, m, BARBADOS 0> ADVOOATI Sunday. April 16. 193(1 Tll' III|OI<;IIM' Of §e*weH The Bar! i nment has I with commendable speed In obtaining a new Manager for Otawell Airport. The new runway is being constructed and it is hoped will !* %  n tin August. A very modem svstem of Air Traffic Controls hshed at Seawell. Renovations and remodellings of the customs and wailing sheds have been carried out. But Seawell is still a daylight airport. Charter planes can notti their desire to arrive, and if [x'rmissiim is granted, night landing cai v. IMIMI rrap for tu. hour of the day or nighl when the new biata tion ha does not so w rk The : bados. it is I tlie .iture which would lxll i ,!y-four-hour stalls illof duty. Twenty-lour-hou: but w.ll thi .are'' The question ami %  i ( .• • loll I Of Si'. What is I. Tl,. like that ol kk-nl the .; %  locks pluh, the I I airp think • liui the ilipOCt II Mai.. just Si\|Miir'ldom qu.ihi' I oe done in Barbai : <'at deal of effort .mce. The rewards of effort and perscve: Barbados on man-. ecenl moathi but nowhere has n more spectacular than in the High T>me and the Madame Bromova d'Spl.'' ale still brash In I mcm< i nonth the Bridgetown D| a performance at the : Krltrcca. and this month i ft are to perform B. I n oil St t Saint Joan. But the most cheering news for theatre iineement that a Barbaib has been formed and rthttrtlng for the Miillr Watch Thi tVt a long ind the standard "I I appUu ed. When it is ben ol tin Dramatic tady won • will i I ,ii the %  tk Club should he 1 the kind which Barl idot thi tnnot he left to support ., i roval by It %  %  . i but i >v. i.ii will What Barl %  Bt who have ltd I pllcai rlnci i other contributed handsomely ind have been thtii contri... th ol culture Barbados men bant prinett hot Individual! ted largi mdtu the tneourt Coun%  % % % %  > 'hat the Uvidual ll.nl tlnfltldl ol education I Moll and help is still tort'iic I"*** '" '\' v form ol 11' \' lopratnl and Welfare l but i i' it t>..ii. wealthy I I | :n cannot supply 1 otributi and rieh vltltInubti .,l bentflt buy happiness itrt, .out it i> I I talent which %  ommunlty. .. ijr. S mmi CUMMINGS reports from the Spa onm ammmm m Mrs. BUTTLETON 1,,., „.,'l „„l„ M %  >.. llH (.a.I I uith 0/f, CMMMC >""' WALLABA POSTS 8 and 10 ft GAIA VMSi: SHEETS 24 Gauge — 7, 8, 9 ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6, 8, 10 ft AT WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO.. LTD., Successors t, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. PHONES : Hi:!, i IT::. MM "B*fi thr m.urrupubii.i* ol SOCIO Jim .< who in H I E Si.Jiny On The Feme 111 t ItKI 11-11 SNOW \M> -Kl l"i: VO! R?*l 1 imi iii HI \ips Chukchi (i %  %  be a matter of r< \ i for a sun Road lo I %  %  rlutb, I Ivan will throttle vou by and by. When Bi with i When ( ;i %  s.i hush, little nil %  I) by. The 1'wur l*lli llule* | A Mrk mi tlil- in Ihr iiLoruini A Nek on llic |M ll nlclit. And * vuu NM "> it" hrr Uu ..ii Hu i I>II Whrlhrr -h. wron^ ,.r hi hi. \llii.iii'ts Of Harriet 1 Hi* UkW THIS is tO Into* '. %  While %  %  with ..ii ;. Uttle mi Kate anil fount clous gei At ih I he ii I (Bj SATH %  III* llo.i*i Am ll.trlisliiim! %  %  Slranir l.ile Of I lie Stsi %  %  i.: 'II hum %  %  ontinued "What %  .1: Win,;in %  %  wit, and %  Thin hu V. ill V. 1 iiich, Yun a . in the lda\ Ihouitlil %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  n in unfitlenee Corner :ul brcek%  %  the buy li/Jll to \ll ,"U6h. Our Htailrs hay I What I* Thiire % %  Federation Thai %Ve (annul Achieve Nvm %  Sun /. ami {>t> kly it h D..il> releir*|h %  ; %  %  ,. i it %  %  lUluenm \ itv .i his petitl %  fill mri. %  l';ut%  *• <•"' %  spirant till K v.mplrc Cotl of Lit %  i %  %  • !• r | monk •>! ihi Or* i .1 M lUruanl. Ijlkin HI i lllii in.i ..I,. %  Illllll-s I illl-lll .. i iii nil %  i pi trieih %  art) Ux mail' thm-n U tbr ..lion, hot ii an aaaurnawa of IM. faith. "Hl


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PAGE I K.IIT -I Mi II UIV.IC Ml -.1M.W \PR||. ic 1|S4 Triumph*. of *Seience: How Man Is Beating The IF, IF, IF II. W. J. Hkronn rlRST AID PROBABLY not on* man tn a i fully appreciates tn* aliraculow recent advance* onquesl of disease. rnarj he classified into vision*— those such a* ma, tuberculosis, etc.. due and those due to functional change* %  %  %  thi hemu'-l' both "nght be 'irKan-.%  mh narmlna i oniral treat. Men it caused %  < o! the relatively large %  urthcr 30 year ., ,. ; nffl the MTiallei organisms IDOM them. wen • the range of such I I .MINI..Ill l\ ill 0 IN !}3. r i cam*, revolutio:, 'ulfa %  MUntnl "f pneumoesjmli 'hough tht) rttn %  Mcmllme. It had been real ised for maan veara thai mlI r robein the vail and elseh % %  ri i. muat be rsitalantU M waging Mar agalnil earn B olhrr for survival. >iorar\ viclu: %  their •-mical* which 'he struggle more difficult •sit n rot II en neighbour* u a • f diieaae rrtigh* well trophic AniH7iii&t I'oHpr* • I hacki. 1940 rhort, the am.i/mp u illin. %  those hltha %  moiud, which power 1" kill bacteria. %  Microbes II. Sir Inn llill>i-..ii H.S.O.. And Mr. A. II. < ook I U.S. %  Lai* r focusai in IW in tri trti ore than a year a* joctor* war* %  evfcini %  treatment lii*ea-< By el nf the patient>o treated rheumatoid ai pg*tfd| Tli I i of it: enVcthreiH %  iewed Another limitation holds the more immcl: minute quantities of rortisone a available %  %  .. %  big more %  %  %  -eginnir.L • %  %  day %  ... IF An. • • •.,r 200 mllliom a y*;.. II maintain Ihe n| projrammOver-Eating I .digestion pOM or two %  ( I spark).ni K nk it get l it PLUSUsa il|ji Sll Alexander Klein inn, discoverer n( Penicillin f bacteria — thosr known as (•ram poaltHe These arc microbes which Ira attack so afl the latter are ap' drug n Nrvcrilirlcs*. il herald* 4 dflmilr advanre In Ihr trcitmrni <>i tuber, alaals. i hloronv. can substantially I ket. IF the COKl "f impoi 1 and doesn't go I %  follow On the orrat otf. iratj a tmagaM trial 1 %  %  i probai.1% .1 nght Bui %  Trades Union t nothing to stop them ; the guess that the coat of bnporti Fin <• %  *• %  • con naoNi ill it her (tismvt rif-thf grr.it .t import to miinki oaj %  %  % % %  I to be useful in told arthrHJ tion. be of value In treating goui duce distressing art, %  *. '""" ...ght from Ougina'.i. produ • I In imik V< rv ixrttles. It b l %  < hl car ** by growtafl h • l-HOM TIME '. alarms lin. a i %  i %  %  that ba in the lalv>rarheumatii' % %  i %  %  ., Iregja %  U'TII n..u i riaatohlered u H I d -racii*-ii oj Ihi %  T'iar Cgsjj nira'n "/ prodimti) the hor| %  %  ircjtmen* M and Muni %  i nli l some uf %  %  %  ...II not rise fur" i right thar, wv U %  i d . I KWp going frot If large-scale Wage ad• %  %  %  %  TPAV GAMBOLQ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I Oil till IE* i Il.llM < rrlami %  i %  i d thai %  produe• %  thai i %  has kn! %  1 %  la a %  < .in. mi n < • IN 3BLCCTIN4 nlil %  j" unafli h %  erTeciive %  %  %  %  M in other %  N %  nuorn M*flll I iliig menti %  %  nig tuberc Sifa VIIIM'-MISH*: \ ii IIN Ilia.' 'asrs examine i* leihag %  I .i J han. reaaoeu peni%  %  d, engaged In 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  None nt thr %  .idv.inccs treat or small, waff iaolatrd .It-., ovrrles all ti ,.l ffcelr ra*>. in fundamenlal id* : %  ,• % %  ) o much %  and prnUii' %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  S %  r %  : %  %  %  NEXT i .,.,. %  the price level '•will I • To the rpoutrarH tru pound decline by four ahlUlng! %  n flit will Still. i on the I %  %  | %  %  %  %  %  %  %  t as we ha %  were etrtH %  %  %  %  For %  %  ka-Seltzer Mini iAioiioiii ixc • iiM. im.: as Ill u >tilrnff not ignore III hedul ilal hair foods are -unnmi in and dandnl i mit in wurconfc Si! "t am %  i tar. '"taaj /.'wa. ^ NS.MI. tagltai, f^ n \. if/ *e m**. %  i %  out the i\in II < :illi%  %  %  %  ml soon %  %  mils >ln K uh.ns ; %  • CAUTIOUSI V 1 %  %  %  in growl) %  of (he war .Ml,, had a apecUealar i-(Te-t UII a particular iruup T tight III. g> Till V. %  Although It II, I %  A \OIIII.II I il* %  %  It i* |.< il Ihr MI. .si rr %  i. or iih. isdaaaaaw* \r\ discovered ail roiitalns i ohall a an rsaentlal ron-.liliirnl .il its mtilriule. %  %  %  I %  • 1>u I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  SBC • %  %  -illI more %  %  i %  That •if i . %  slAf / \ ti'orld '. %  .hair | rd r* %  jis& foe IK il a n I I ^ iMl'l KIM I I Mill H I 1MU.> BIO.VSOM -every hour of the day %  \fle rai 11 i'aalaWP .ilium vat ng film Mai • %  .i wholi | iiiniialt i in i* %  1.1withta %  la sh in ere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER %  CO. i — M 0g it*? ** ifuc \i aU bcuux were a*' true gi KorJ tpagg | I %  i i orry iboui, e A Ford %  %  k CO Ltd Hen's Something EXTRA in an OIL CHANGE! C>ank beat of steady driving . flowa quickly *>hen agme n cold. You use kaaa oil get longer %  aaaogi • %  •• hiveadkant Addadl Spacial aiMii f^ A '! %  >*• ^tmm lobbinc carbon and aaaaash dIgCftCOl • %  -^J^rr. M-.jooHw-r mi ti, tig ntn ^^ **# )*M waar and !*• lot \ -M <•*>' H*r %  %  oaaeutang raw 'Hoppy MMaaving aaarts at THE ESSO SIGN name your wish! 0alMj|mHD> / ...I <./. Hulnncrd inline*. X//W.V. Slabililt I/.-. Germ has Got it! The Oil that never leavei the bearing*? GERM LUBRICANTS LIMITED. The Pioneer, of Additive* CENTRAL l(H \l)ltt LIMITED. Sole Agent*.



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[MJ.Wj^ VfKiL Hi. IMO T" The 28lb. Baby Ererybody Lows iLNDAY AOVOI All Rupert and the Dragon Pills 20 BRUMAS: Why do 5,000 People aptivatedL loners f* A f\t\ A TT ^^y)\3 An Hour To See Her? Pay I .. bav. %  tiles are cue nil hour. i (our months Brumas has .siablished li^s a biut'er money-spira ^entertainment in London. ,h,. last flue weekend SI.394 '"Tmid m'TO than t 2.1)00 1 ?T',hc li">'" for the co.^.-oondini; ITS HERE AGAIN/ HK ION. |,l, .,irri|v TL~„d in 194s. •? paster week-end ,-d 100,000. Oi if*' Je *ete %  record crowd of S1.000. Sh, it a flown of Hfiimos' mat to the %  % %  I jTilh hours Df non-stop comedy. %  pen not one dull u aOBB en t from I im C^*ma****V**U> answer* the mdmai.'* %  1 ishion round the %  'I gVIn nioJlirr'% iinii*. A#L a nl % %  %  bed r ""-• nocked up by Headirn to -HI ad_ thoroughly rta / %  > %  • eareaajondent < raven m SJi ..i ma rigid rmtlM which the believe Is IhC -••< ret of BnOMMFfl >i .ondiliun%  U any cat ever %  unfit for usumption) on the ground. ; ol milk, Bnimu is being nod a iiiitne aoena an obBnnati has passed the novice 11 now. At in | i her baby through the water by the eeing thi both the cruiurci tre m luch i friendly mood jf:tt %w,\. ewiag ih pah, Rupen KKWI up '>[ coutj Rr tad .laiib* up on to the *C*I* 6. t^mly eV h back. TJ-. he .preadi hi, p., *("! %  it-d MUn into thl I I %  >, gag. "H.l" fl pi • ., you do.nR?" Crt ,w • -ndefir-Md. arasjaa daaaan TEN WORD LEGERDEMAIN A 1 D I, IL.L* in boxes or in* taaar gram, using all of the >tters or the preceding word plua another letter, so that you end with the word at the bottom. (Which letter n for you to determine.) Cluaa to worda are helow ihr diagram. T R E P I D A T l 0 N SI 2. foraj i. group of three. 4. lengthy. Intemperate speech. 5 Mtrmddle fl exerted to the utmoat 7. coiouiat.3 ,-s .Ueth.). 8. gave support to K. railroad station* (No. 8 Is a varlard. apelllns%  tod.p IUJI :pe*iajid • ;aa|im -A leoaram # .opuu* e ••wm • KU e iPl t :M*o|rf rVOWSB I'reler I'ipeS For Parlj Fun %  %  I %  n preference i the I Off, Ivy .' %  er and holds the cub over a has "licked the %  §Himmiiii lewMon m. the sales to the nit&ior wurld of ro i—nd humai Bcducct her offspring to '.ruts that click ell I u lesson tin* must know A thf neck. I rHll iMir lljv |he trlr.iv.il Brumus in the middlr of Ihr pool. Urumas, now a conlldtnt nrlm* %  . her dip nd playfully %  ll.l|l|ll. si IIIOIII* III ind Drurnas are a m*rh*r't tndrar •era •h.ld pka-aui J 1 %  %  %  %  auaaic towards To net things started al ;> manner! pla} Sai NUirl the game by choosing u %  bent /or i uwui w .. f Ilough lo noid several people • Then after live minute*, the crowd ttei • aaroh for whoever b, mduce at % %  hides in the same spot w ike can do -o without letting tha othei fore long the ludiut; pL visitor win ewi txpermitted to %  Keeper &nith waa weighing %  him in Ihc arm pan. Ivy Invited Into probably ivy's happiest %  %  I the iKHiding 4 warm boiled milk, with :i little halibut oil for their dan Bruma bad temper, She n.is Any no "It was no juke, be Mb (lot a i>erfect .set .f tevth now. as needles." Despite her -.nsented to sit on the scales. What pro• %  has made! At birth io Inches and weighed lust undei at f< 281b I.FS. !hi: dHackly packed with ty keep on with It Hut some tail trying hard lo suppress then nieithrouKh lack of patience in masliment. the last player to (Ind the Uni pla> baeoraaa 'it" tor the asd <-c~ nsxl game. i n rases. "Worn* no t /* &f ?#! Pals J^uladni thej it .'. HarewooQ, Pibjnma Lodge, llnd a pipi n d Dwioan, St. I'hlllp. Hobbies: i-t.momical.' Figure It Out an pull ight train .it 15 mdest.irnp ooUacttni and writing Uasil Loombe, IV P.ilmerston North, New Zealand. Interested ha stamp collecting. Joe Hunt, 15 Mantell Street, Scatoun, WcllitiKton. New Zealand. [ On Husbands •o You Deserve A Good decided tore by ;"od wife.' ,L.i. hythe men are asked "Are igood buaband? answer \ mea bring (By Selkirk Son I answer l his quil aerii-ilv — (op marks make you %  "slipper — that s Gernum fr forked luislianuV BERLIN. P nds' turn P quizzed. A month ago Panton) I DU play the fool sometimes with your wife fun to,:' 8 Do you wipe your feet before entering your hon i eworfc? (* Do you drop ii. : be cai xcuse yourself by arguing that •we questioned i Maps the mot:. 10 Do you throw your clOtbfJ the room wnai 11 Do you bury voui newspaper when having meals H 11>t youi 12 Do -ou anni h> %  %  taarily late foi "' |*a you mak< Dtlve to %  13 Do you id Income so that n 14 Do you ogle when out with your Nine? KxcelUnt! ,iEVEHY Ys to the nrst eight lions counts one poinl i em i %  \ ,to % % % %  • j'ou fond or children — t;<.!is. if you acore nlns magazine says you an %  tut. No "Sir" Douglas LONDON. taking out naturnlization j Film actor Douglas Fairbanks, for some time but final Jr., Honorary Knight Commandagainst It much ai er of the British Empire %  mci England.' 1 friend of His Majesty King Before leaving for the United Oeorge \ .. ed not to Stales to lecture and broadcaat become a Hntish subject. Fairbanks told reporters been considering 'My whole life's worn evoted to eliminating inierna-1 tional baiTlars, and becoming BrtUi i abject I should be —nphftlting :hos* i arrises." Fairbanks waa ""lighted b> thai King a year ago foi hia "untiring work for Anglo-Ann rtcan frir-na^hip.' At a recent film piemiere when the i>tars were being presented to the Itoyal Family, the KIIIK smilingly greeted Fairbanks, saying, "We don't need an introducUon. We are old friends.'' Fairbanks reo i personal letter o) th bJhzabeih foi In helping orgariisa gtfl of fo Pn aWataassBa .u aaafai Bah '-reain. Ducrecdy [>erfiued and never obvious %  I i.rewne all the bcauly and Mlabty aaeeaaaj r' ,if >a** GWHtH^mtai &UA BRILLIANTINE ft HAIR CRfAM So henutlfuily easy. . so easiSy beautiful becauu i -. %  p %  mirror new lovcunoi I it is, too. So BBS] aaada no paspaisiioa a p the largt ewiam, there's mare foam in :leansci thoroughly and effort. ol hair. Look io your % %  .p"o really does bring eel how pliable and manaajeable rom the tube, Brylfoam ii mucs. In tubes, the handy and • ^ frame m YOUI KtUIIHM HANDS ... nat/ii CUTEX Spukling, fadeless, magic-wear CUTEX, brings your hands new admiration ... eay ro apply... GUM; too. The polish that wears longer—resists peeling and chipping . and comes in such brilliant shades. | CSJTBE* ^:^ ; << BOURJois""^ BRYI am I ORIGINAL ih':-1POO p OAM 11 il II if. hi'I'll . SACR00L III.. MWIIS RKM..UV for SPRAINH A RHEUMATIC PAINS IN A 1UIE \' Tt I.IKK MAGIC OS Sal. M ALL DKI I. I (lilts KNIGHTS LTD. Clean / Ybur Breath While (You Clean Your Teeth% AND HELP STOP I TOOTH DECAY!



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I'M. I -i sDw umx Sl'M lA Y. APRIL lt I H.N.M.S Karel Doorman Is Former H.M.S. Venerable |||D1GESTI0 Irinre Hernhard Trarelleti on Dutch West Indian An/I South On His American >"'"' Llghi -n* %  %  neet • %  > i .. and then went ItoOB* : .rmerly nan. HX shoemakers shop. lUt .n 1944. both housed In one apartment H t,uu ins flaj %  iber .Mil I md always in reetd %  Relieved By OKELOSE Of This Famous Rem* IJon'l ict IT vour meals a misery. j < J? one dose <>i MAQlJ BRAND V!-. .1 '.AOnS DERbnnp rottrdarfl -j, famous remedy rebenifc union qtmity? effectively h;rau j : .. Glanced icirH formula. Try MACUl BRAND STOMACH*? DERto-d; I n %  % %  Ml There U I ItCMl here all sorts of . ... m win fur shore entertainment r %  %  B .rbados DollaI is eontrollru i %  re the Knr i U. | Srottt pointed i ul i %  nhard on boai thefli ft we were lak I his staff : gajed in the repa %  %  i.d. left fur the %  %  %  I7| HMS %  I ri \ P 9 %  programme was %  %  %  MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH mm QuicKiy Relieve* FLATULENCE ACIDITY HEARTBURN NAUSEA STOMACH PAIN BILIOUSNESS due to indigestion %  lure you obtain be MACLEAN BR^D STOMACH y POWDER with OK *i, ^unutc -ALEX. C £> MAl'.I-HAN". %  l pai %  I I ilarba* %  For Quick Rd from Head and CheaC Catarrh, Bronchitis, Ink* Sore Throat, Neuritis. Nenfl Toothache, Rheumatism. Lull Sciatica, Muscular Pains and Jo Bruises, Insect Bites, and other Adft Pains, rub in Thermogene Medlcaiei'lli so soothing, healing and relieving! You will say it is a real blessing! THERMOGOLI MEDICAT£D RUB md I:' 1 _* BUwrt • %  K -i.l PlIIMIl %  %  %  %  J$ J** feel tint muscle MJM makes Kin champ' in every titfsfe SIE KM BOROEN cow tllTl KLIM MILK gj& FIRST IN PRtliRENCf IHI WORLD OVIR ,-. .-,-•. ,•,'** %  *'.'•'• %  ,'.'.'.','-' ll\OI.KIM Altl'ET* Sit*.: 9 II. by 7y, It n.l 10y 2 h. by ? It. l l.\ HOI IS ati wide All very reasonable m Price. i. IILUBEIM Ltd. '~~ 10 at 11 Koebuca SUeet fc-,<.'-.• %  *><*'-' l^tanilabao ID*' -^• VESt 1/1 Ul: lit! 1/1 lUlthlM. 1/ II IIS ./.. ,iith m ii.oiiixttr At Your Service IkSM M*l mi Modern r |Uipinenl FOR • VSSD1 ..mi KXPKBT SBTABM • MADnTNANCI • -I'MJl 1'MtTS • mi SKKVKK • SHKW I'AINTING ...asy s, | us tirsl tor BICO The name by which you n: new whoJcsomo and %  yeHcioui FLORENCE STOVES II. I | | • I llliri.ei ,S — Ihnilii ll.-uienii ENCI -I... I lb. I ii.t Qatlily, Eranoni] ..i I l nl l— i i CIT\ GARAGE HADING CO, l.ll>. ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET. :—: III,'. PvtJ NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK M IKUII l-t.Wl.t III I. t^ HOI %  .HI R I 'US I Ik UB ik Us : i •. Ik us. Ill mi ii ran ICE CREAM Vou will not tail lo notice the SMOOTH, PAUfJ and RICH QUAUT I of tail genuine new ICt CB Now lhal you have the best, do nol accef" *• Ak lor— BIIO HI 4 IUA at your Soda Fountain. Restaurant Club: or other Dealer. You may rtsii our pianl and b solia*^ ". Hygismc and Wholesome Oualily ot fhis pH" THE BARBADOS ICE Co.. 1 BAY STREET



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PACK TWII VI SUNDAY ADVOCATK IAY, APRIL IC, us, CLASSIFIED ADS. Kill HIM IM inn \oil4 l-..s HATE S %  1-OK SAL* p <'**' KBIT WANTED charg* 1 SA1XS HEAL ESTATE pe< •*•'* ""• %  chaifa .. *t line i charB" %  MARR To M' BiRTB VAKfl To Mr A Mr*. W-rt"i „„ . %  '''. %  ** %  • .„.. 01 Mr. dmvhtrr of V %  •.. MrVera J" • rufion Rro N V •!>• I M I DIED %  M'-OS %  %  IM-.4. •••!' Wabnu. AnO'M Ralph Wataun. II B. F-ni— l*"or Slri"Con^ MISCELLANEOUS • <*)?** iklB A.-— —Hi %  I BROAD •r PWTll-S fa VAh RAALTI MODERN DRUB SIIOI'IE lir—n SI IS 4 ~3n .or. With lock* and reinforood ror..from VI l up G W HUTIHINSoN in se--*i %  VERR—One Sol. 'Practically : %  %  ;> Burton C o Hindu & Co Druflpal VTOVI A OVEN On* Fntiken OH %  < er almoM new I M)4 <*!* %  Vojltaa Almo. %  • i ton CMy%  lay*. KB— of rvrrr % %  ;. old Jr*ela. fine RUaer. %  > Earlr book*, Map*. Aut.] .B.-t.f n 1 I X > MEW HAVEN • %  nirtaad. I bedroom. %  V'i i h bathinC box %  T ABA WAV S> Ptilbp c* I imtroattK.. 3 %  *r-.irpnrk. Ilhlmf plant. KilKlrj( Ixnarh From M.iy 1 l*ia> ii rBACOmS— mm %  —. COM! Eirr.lent M balhi | ft m bedrooma. telephone, r.idl.i Apply phone IBM. •nrncd by obtainina; or for prt*rto ChrtttnM C*rd# tnm our friend*. Ho prevta,' ~PU* today for fat SO* lo Itnlam't UrfMl *M %  raoi.ey maklad opporluimy -M Co Drot 10 VttUiri* I %  Til I. SKCKITMfVSHII* \A( INT: AJTtJCATTONS are invited for IM %  d) become* IBM Eree mai iMd ril and telephoneppUtnUo n ahoutd be adHARBOUR LOG In I arlislt%  !<• % %  tfk£i*l I*"—* 1 A-C4W| iadian iN ation al Steamship On-Sea, Max-' Church, full I K.i.r Bedroom.. Drawm* dah* ovoflookln* the aea %  or art %  \ rum** hearh Aix %  J. !" or Phoiw ti-as U 4 BV-4B I.I /Mil Mill -I WofU !" %  i„ui ..f Ma, IBM an; I Hlrh Ulna B* THANKS IBBBk -11 I %  !i aeril I A BARMES ii CO LTD 3 t f %  %  I A D .rch Phoc: lUrbvi. Cordobi. %  THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL rai EBRMBNI i-. ni*K un •. \MI %  m KB %  : %  i .t.J>ri.tf. School CWIIAoaio Pw j o ti b i < !%.. BM %  %  REMOVAL NOTICE HOUBB TO IJJT—rrom • -V SOlh lrfe '" : m Jn*> tH-hiiM *'S n-n,lh!> Rlr. 1'Aiirs — nn-.# Wick, Wlck-Cmi n nd othrr Trafalor II Dial -!* TO HI Bin L*photalCTr %  houM w PEIOATE ^jQUULHiR \ADt BC*1 Th Apr. w, tBBIV %l II. B I \ Sou." A. A GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. A,,^ ".-.: NOTICE IN MEMOR1AM %  i ... ..... April ITtli %  %  1 PIT0LIC SALES %  %  AUCTION |MV %  %  -:T FToni %  rdllrlv • %  % %  P %  %  %  11 Ah .,lll< 1 %  WA*T1 %  BN tn^t *hr >d i* h.-id on Monday Mlh I II p lire "I \l*'^f • From '' It" llulin. V Search Continues Fnurtet'. morning on Ihc imbmci! . %  LOOT i iflian ai'il %  NOTICE For Missing Plane LOST i mi tHO III U>l IM %  i Amarlcu %  i %  I — I" V. M. WEBB %  DM II UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ion SAII AU10M011VE Mi • BVl< :. i nl,. I Ii r Hot i %  %  %  %  i %  PEBSONAL %  %  dale I *lial! %  %  %  liable for ot *> Uii-idebi or id noi or %  %  %  OHM* i VISITORS TO nil! ISLAND win II wI BAGGAGE \\OKH\ ? Banagc with in lor despatch bj om YOU .:.:.' SRSOKALtOO SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE FREIGHT FOUW I'hons XOi i'LLC MANOR i noun PR0PKR1Y-FOR SALE the %  %  Hank IMO. %  I II 10 in %  Hi 1 -i INSURED MOVING! IIIMI •1 m\\Tn IKOIM \N I I 0 \lli lliini -r I'nlilir Sli'*-Co.ilri %  i i REAL ESTATE %  %  i >i %  UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  M %  %  .. %  •'-red 11 tun IfOVI' WOMB* *OI 1-1 HOVDiO LET V9 TAKE I %  -tr i I %  i i A ROCK A iiArrEIUEB $i jinrrr aV atii m i i* " MECHANICAL T% 1*1 I* • I UK Whl II ICIII M W i IO 1 1 %  %  REAL ESTATE %  Burr i %  %  %  %  I %  u %  %  *4M Tn >1 Slrujei aVoinS %  r.>lor Btanton Do'Titl* Bd I up \ M LIVESTOCK %  MISCFIIANFOIIS %  1 i. n I.TT II If 4 B Bn %  •:•-. PROFESSIONAL NOTICE %  i n u,. i BffBBM o MJ t ft* .In %  %  eeraon I y IS 4 W-Sn VI4 IIO\ SALE %  %  (Uh nil fall ol 11 .uiiinr. Mil" UIVOM' III VIMIS FOR SALE llOI7 anil aM r>" *d :.-iJ. Thii hOMM 1*4 %  %  -'••n* • %  op poaitd the >oa. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. I!. G. Grasp This Opportunity Ml II VX I \ LOVI I I \--IHilMI \ 1 III §IIOh\ l\ 1.I.X SS III HI COM in HII HIE 4 I \ HI \l I >ll'OHH II BBO ui -i. CKNTEAI 101 KDBI \NFOU 1 : I ... •-.. n Y ^U a. c Bfri %  14 4 r. Mack%  %  FOII §ALE HillSE SPOTS Kill III V. Mils Cash or Easy Trjrms From 10c. per Sq (ool up ELECTHt tlLABLM 1 rii.' 1 THE PINE L'K,>SS R UlchaeL ; I L K IBM E*, Bl atta4kM( offm. C Dial BE4T. O' % %  IN .11 R BLBCTUCAL DEPAETMBNl \\,1, HI quota fWt on A.C. MOTORS (Hooverj 'i. 1 I II.r. H Cy.le 110 VolU I (III SALE < AM I II I l HOIM 1 uric si. Jomea' oHfl SI kltciO pun :1 -' ll J*' ( ..iiiumfo •" JN & BLADON llulldllll



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UlNDAf U'Hil )!,. I....... i HI Kill SI It YH IS r\TWf BAT—33 m i ktr. Hunte M*01U \*. ,„ ..•• • '*•" ,.ii\ \Kl> •" I—" •"••"•• fhofil ( % %  •*? 'i 'i-'n. .-. -*!' %  MI "" %  r D in. BwMOoa So-tinon T 'a£ a* prt*^-i Sana Maa> & "***f\ !" N T**> •-". Rev **i P.m Sund**Skrhool 400 UTVK %  .^H " *"*.&, W+f, *• P m Sol. "*" t J!*Hr*"*'Mr Rice—unwashed —washed and darned .. (c) Oilmcal d) Whit* Cotton Bread—Plain WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) Itching, Burning and Smarting of E c z e Stopped In 10 Minutest .11. Price (not more that 22c. each 30c each 20c. each Me. each Be wtib 20c. each 2 ore. for 2c. IMct:—Bread—plain. The weight has been reduced lroi to 2 OM. (or 2 cents owing to an increase In 11 JOIN THE BARBADOS POLICE FORCE An interesting career with good prospectj 1, Men of character and education are required for enlistment in this Force. 2. The pay ol a constable on Joining is 552.00 a month risinc bg annual increments of S48.00 to 880.00 per month, plus 12.00 a month washing allowance. After 4 years service he Is eligible tor a allowance to a maximum of S7.20 per month. The minimum pay of Nan Commissioned Ranks is. Corporal $80.00. Sergeant WKM Sergeant 1100.00. Promotion is made on merit, and depends on the man. There is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and to Commissioned Rank. i. Requirements for enlistment Height 5 ft. 8 ins. Chest 34 ins. Education Not less than Standout VII 4. Applicants will be seen at District "A" at '.he : times:— Tuesday 18lh April 10 a.m. All persons who have sat the Junior Cambridge or School Certificate Examination. Documents to support this must tie Wedneidat/ llh April 10 All other applicants Who fulfil the requirement! of paragraph lover*. (Sgd.) R. T. MICHELIN, Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters BridKi 6th April, 11150. PART ONE ORDERS The Barbadoe Regiment By Ueut.-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E.. E.I). Commanding, Issue No. 15 13th April, 1050. 1. MIAOU TRAINING All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1 on Thursday. 20th April, 1950. Rifles will be drawn and V to the Savannah for the rent C.L.F.'s inspection which will be carried out on Tfaurtday, Ntti April. 1950. obn.1 otnou ORDERLY MMMHI K nn WEEK ENDING 24TII APRIL 1950 Orderly Officer — Lieut. P. L. C. Peterkm Orderly Sergeant — 209 Sgt. Lone C B *e fr Diit> Orderly Officer — 2/Lieul. G. Q Pi D Orderly Sergeant — 217 L S Blacken, L L M. L I) SKF.WKS-i OX Major. SO L.F. & Adjutant. The Barbados Re*;. WtasiSH, %  i Ufi RSd %  Ameiicar. for anvojie to tuOrr •nm, i'inn.i i nimchr. : J'fl Infor i frictid*. Ofai %  % %  • :a*kt pFOPk H ar dlacaaed. A Now Discovery Ni.r-aVrm U .utilrufiil. bul dlfff frt)m any Jell It it ,. bui IIVM almtMl like a. powtirr -tien Tnrir*u.. i N -Od.F-l %  watt* : ,.|,ihlrj i II ( %  i 10 nimiile... 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White Park WORKSHOP Dial 45S9 Mil HOI SI III eambtn :JIU,IIIP Iwtkinf \l KI.I.M -1 run IX ENHANCING YOUR BEAUTY IS YOUR FIRST DUTY Be sine to visit the btMrt* !• CounMuol Collins. Broad Btl When you can select Ihe Inm ous:— c^crUvwj Cjttvtj ("Sr* ji 1 BEAUTY PREPARATIONS CLEMENTS INDIAN TONIC %  PBIOB; •/ A BOTTLE ARRID DEODORANT I JAR Obtainable at: f Messrs Mer'a w \mk Mores Ltd. Broad Street aiid Alpba Pharm-.. WILLIAM F0GAR1Y LTD. INC. IN B. G. HARRIS & SPORTS TWEEDS GABERDINE, SERGES & DOESKINS #/ 117.Y. IH.Sthit il,;,,,,!,!.,, SIIOIVI XS Johnson's Malionerv & llanlwiirc. Xrv if,,,, l„h,„,$ far I nil sun I ;„,l I •>,.!,, 1.11 I S „i sii. Hr ,\h,,,i„ i.on I'ltmsy leuteki %  ""us cocktail Shaken K P.N.8. and Olan Mutter in I i OlaM Ftowci I>mg I'eail Necklaces, Pi md Earrings. Etc. LOUIS L. BAYLE\. Jev\ f4 irva tHv qi^atkM eel (or )h t ,. TOO can ha HMI nti.G*trnj ai homa tn yowr tpara ttaia, km ihi i.-Moil (uti'Ofi of The aW*att Callta* Dularii* rnakei e-o rliHoianto. WE WILL HILP YOU TO ACHIEVI YOUR AMBITIOH Col rouleol or, "-• ladder ol P4MMH TODAY Wnio lo Tn* tannoll Colloa ane) laara haw -'> '.'. people jwtt Itk* fOB hea raothW IrM *OD with >h w f M fluidanc* A well pa.d 10b <*n So rou'< ite-f th. plaaaanl ipoeo-tim* itodr NOW Dir.n Mail t oirr. its Bennett College SHEFFIELD. ENCLAND @ „ Are You Thinking of Painting Your Home? \ lime In and selcti .nur . PAINTS I ROM I | Itl-IKW We ran voi R PAVOVlMTcbLOirffi \ll A! AltrarMvr Prlres The H.irbados Hardware ( IL ltd. Tin: H |Nc> 33 4 52 SWAN STREET PHONE 3109, 3534 or 4406



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PACF, FOl'RTRKV Cinderella Town Grows In Belize and -Mill % %  is completed Th* house Each hnuf will WMxM feet. %  %  %  iuld down lor ordI1 corner : 31 NDA1 lDVO< XII ..%  na—.'• I rirstr \ titrs By Xofus %  %  Ship*' Officer* Plan Sirike .ilt dry A four-man pan. %  -.panics %  : affected have a*rr. I of the Union plan for a rotary ould hiring system for deck officers hem WTO CBBI IIOIM HACTIrfGI BAUADOi IVIIIIM C\ ">I N M , | HOI HI n BAR W.OB per !>> %  pwards lll.-lu-iv f the %  %  .; Uut >UCil %  r,ove%  reported %  Ui and DemoIt cuter SUNDAY, APRIL u ( u jj BROADWAY 9ELEITIOX NfUMM -.loiKlvcSl" v" !' shM„ n \-TII W aH i" %  *• w r t/mm Pint cie. *, %  01 HI \-ll( III I N i,.iill.,".w:r Ilk. euh M I \ i I RIHKON I" Hoi. BUck. N.vj anl tirern Kl (111 M DE SPORT WEAR FOR HOIK I \T TH( IHIOAIW.'" IMIfcSS MIOP. Children's HATS CRINOLINE & STRAW in hi and assorted colours.. 53 SCHOOL PANAMA HATS Prices $1.30, $1.59 and $1.75 %  Of I.' And on the sou": i %  i ill be tilled i Scotlii %  %  %  I FANCY PANAMAS each i f Arj I \ritl M FANCY PURL CAPALINES Wide brimmed in while and tuscan each... $2* B JL Governor Visits Mexican TerrHorj I r..m Ml ll.li/' < ...r. .|>..i'(1>'<<> Change Of B.lt.C. News Time i I run Mi i" lit.ini p.m. ,| m the pru ... ,. n BrtUih ideraci* %  %  M % %  30 %  I %  B.B.C. Radio Cost Of Living Index To ltRevised %  %  %  N n the Edit f.,n"i> %  %  41* CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD W. 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET 1 n M if.,.,,,, IIIK of t: %  '..rtinic %  M Sailors Enjoying I heir \i>ii Here %  %  %  %  %  WE CAN SUPPLY THE FOLLOWINQ BUILDING MATERIALS PORTLAND CEMENT in 34 lb bags & drums WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT KhD & KHAKI COLORCRETK CEMENT iJtUOCUR RAPID-IIAKDENING CEMENT MINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS ; S CORRUGATED SHEETS ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS for Ceilinu ASBESTOS SOIL PIPES. BENDS & BRANCHES FLOOR TILES in several colours WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LI Phone 4267, 4451, ... %  i The W i-illiir |n DAI --,,, Us. <•> a %  >im BMI 1 I" p in NMi I New i \v ,i i 1 itl.inn t. M i>m Mich W.ui || l> in VE8TI H1 > 1 \ KJIIII.III 1
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    Siind 11 April Mi I .•. ^un&au I5u0cate Pri. SIX fc.\TS Year 5.1. Leopold Proposes Solution For Belgian Crisis /MA7S HOLDS MIDNIGHT BATTLE OF TOOLS 170 Captured By Police PAK1S. April 15. rr-,VO SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS sustained serious %  htad injuries ill a Paris midnight halllc raging in the gltre nf searchlights and lifts noise of sirens as .lull sleelhrlmfled police and Hepuhlican guards kaftond through a j,,|e of machine (ools hurled hv last ditch" workers to aet possession of a nationalised aircraft factory, An armoured car stormed the massive steel doors of the Kellerman Factory on the Southern i'mits til Paris. About 300 arorktn withstood the sicice behind packing luled on top of r-nch other. They used ,,,.,„ • s. iron rods. brick! and •nyUunj els.' could lay their hands on UI the police in ;, lsled two boun Brain I ment this morning as scores of ; guards with rifles mul ton equipment p:r rolled the approachCAPT. AZIS ARRESTED DJAKARTA April IT. East Indonesian rebel leader Captain Andi Abdul A, I arrested on arrival hero from Macassar last night, the Sultan ol jaaakarla, Indonesian Defence Mmtftrr. told Parliament today. He said the Federal Government regarded Captain Azla decision to nxne to Djakarta its "unconditional surrender." 'Reuter' learned that the rebel leader spent last night in the military police barracks. Defence Ministry spokesman said preparations were continuing lor an attack mi the C rebel lorce in Macassar, East Indonesia capital, which mis been In their hands slnci .prll i well-informed here aud Captain Axis' troops would be "lighting mad" at the turn Of 11 %  These (OUTCthat Hit rebel leader would not have consuited lo come to Ujak.. Lieutenant-Colonel Mokoginla. Federal Army Commander in East Indonesia, not given a guarantee, m th. presence <>t Untied Nations observers, that he would not return to Massacai within four days. —Reuter. In Broadcast From A ci,aik„gc Switzerland lo Czech Clergy Princess Ex-communicated For Marrying TEHERAN. April 15. The Persian Court to-day "exMmrnu ideated'' Princess Favntcn fthlevi, sister of the Shah for marrying abroad without her brother's permission. She was deprived ol ail royal pierogaiivei and all connections with the Shah's family. The Princess married on Thur.s aaj an American indent, 25 vear old Vicent Lev Hillver in ih.i Municipal Office*, of the little Kunan seaport i • Italy. Great secrecy surrounded u,,, wadduiL; and ih< bridgegoom's pwnts. Dr. aud Mra HUlyer, of California, were only %  %  •. A crowd of several % %  wred people gathered outside the Municipal Office to ilux-i fh< young couple. " tall, dark and beautiful 21 year i>id Princess Came is the 0M youngest of the Shahs mi orotners and sisters. In the J* years since her schooldays. * nai won a worldwide repu'.sw lor her charm, her flair fop raes and her urtconvci.tica.alit v. ij year she lived incognito in £UT*ood for four months. ore that she Ul(ljl .„ .,„ *StS*Sf Wed ,0 sw ,1u world for herself —Renter. The factory, one of a chain of Sneckma (National Societv of Studies and Construction of Aircraft), employed about 4,000 workers. The Government intended to dismiss provisionally 3.300 in line with a policy of re-organising all nationalised aircraft factories. Hundreds ol delhai ened by II. | tl e clamour, came into the street the night battle. ekes wenl lo hospital with a fractured skull The police at U Cabinet meeting. About 50 workers escaped. About 200 workers barricaded themselves in the factory following an announcement by its Communist A. ,uee that issals were about to take place. For more than two hours, thev withstood this, about 800 police rds, pelting them with bricks, bolts and rneial at rttpe, ite road leading to the f.ntory was defended by a barn A Inch, .it tne stage of I. Hie workers projected .-ambling tear gas, believed to be from gas cylinders used in the factory. The barricade was forced by n heavy police lorry. The Kcllerman Works, belonging to the National Society of Enterprise of Aircraft Material Construction, has been threatened for months with partial or total closure. Breaking through the road barricade of girders and planks, the police entered the factory. Aliout 50 workers escaped from the factory when the police entered but the remainder, about i"0. were taken to the Police ilers. Later Ri \ the police in occupying the factory, which was littered with mechanical parts, beams and heavy metal cases. dragged by the workers to the doors as barricades. The prefecture, after interrogation, released all the workers except eight who were stated to be not employees of the factory. Ten policemen were injured by thrown from the windows and the roof of the factory and over the barricade. These included heavy gear winand spare engine parts of all kinds. Iteuter. KING the Carlton goalkeeper taking .. nigh one h football game at Kensington arnooo iv irda in the Two Will Repair Gnnadu Phones "• %  *... A.,.„„ ,.,„.,.„.„„ GRENADA. April 15 w2s Grenada %  pone system see, prospect ol "J* w.lh th. .urlval of I wo J""* -I the I^ndon headquarter', 2"*' CaWe and Wlrelcu and JJ* !" Sm'Ui 01 the Colonial e We,t UdiM ,„ „„ „,,„„,,, l*foation stales it I, mau-rl""on ol a long awaited prac2Lw ,,on m <** "Sttr, E?*** ol the ,„„ lh; „ „,„ —re> may no, „,„,„ m ^jmenution ol whatever plan rtao^l" 1 A1 "' -' "or/one %  • %  'that it u easle, J*M the capital ,„ hold ,. on I 5^JJJJ^ !u !" "mes than contact "anted that telephones are the .ate,, hd.che. "w CcJonial Otllce', i *"" w ""I" 'lie ir.jtt.T. 3 Officials On V f.' r ' ol State. c "wutu .' -""•fern'tH^ m — (B CsJUe). 2 Arrested For Murder PARIS. April 15 PoUoi todaj asr —t sd two Indotudtnts, one of whom was stated to have confessed last nifM lo the mui.iei ol aratlthj Indo-Chinese rich merchaia Nyguyen Van Tan. The two men were describ-.d us Ec Vo Van Tu. a student at Lyons, 25; and Ding Tarn Ding Ta. Nyguyen Van Tans familv raid the assassin had accused the merchant of treacherously supplying rice to the French forces in Indo-C Nyguyen Van Tan had several tin eosntng lo francs Polke said en attempt lo murder him had been made sevei.il BSest Ul -'Ho. Thev : Lit .. hi '. II sent to France to kill tin and that his registration at Lvon's was an alibi —Reuter. Hail Greets W.I. At Lords LONDON. April 15. '• %  at Lords toiia. and .1 batter north %  > with the i gee) lion i : Worrell, all the playeti "rough l> enjoyed Hines Johnson, the N fasi bowler, and Alfred Valentine, lell ..nil slow DOS Again the batting was most im| that ol Everton Weekes. Johnsoi loosened up and contented himself with a very short run. Alter the practice 13 player %  English Boecei i eagui Match In London. — Reuler. Shoots Daughter, Wife And Self BBU Kva..nin. torn. Military ;de w-ith his familv when So\ ll caujht him trying lo es.aoe t. %  he West Berlin Papci reported today. Guard* at Podejuch %  ..ii. where lie hoped to act on a boat for Sweden, despite general'. "'d l* •he paper .aat that he was lost, hi .. %  ar.old daugliwi. than his i" nim—Reuler. 1'restrail Down With Measles From Our laondon Correspondent LONDON, April 16. Members of the West Indies Cricket team are wondering, following the removal lo hospital ol Ken Trestrail with measles whether there is any chance of the outbreak spreading. of them h previously had measles which though primarily || a childish complaint, can be picked up l>> adults. One player who will b* a special eye for an> telll in the next few days is Roy Marshall who shared a cabin with Trestrail on the ii. had the same room al the hotel. Ijist night, Marshall 11 I the hotel after attendinu • show. bad on the light m his bedroom and found Trestrail lyiny in bed. "Don't come near me. I've got measles." Ti* • %  nd Marshall hopped quickly downstairs to gci himself another room. Tonight McDonald Bailey and nther members i team at Albany Club—London's exclusive sportsman's headquartAmone. those present were Denis Compton, Brie Hedser, Alec Bedser and Jim Laker, all of whom ill be playing against the West — (By Cable) 100,000 Flee Soviet Zone BERLIN. April 15. More than lOQ.tHMi Boviel Eow inhabitants have fled to West Berlin In the past 14 months, Frau Margaret Von Dcr Dekcn. head Of the West Berlin City Administration Refugee Office, here today. tal ot t3ooo of theea refugees has b e e n granted %  tpted %  The rest, who had tetunied to ("..lining Weal Berib I man) In work, food a treatsnent Most of I have rteii th) of conscription Into ti" %  min-Tg area in Saxon\ I Drr Di;cn said. —Reuler. Seretse Can See His Wife For Five Days BECRUANALAND SI KHAM \ ,,.„|,| exiled Cl iel D 1 BDgwtto tribe, lodaj received permi %  while wile in (he tribal capil a nve 'lays and on conditions. SPORTS WINDOW i. wire m. .( Kmunnon Hinorraw aftaraom DivlMai f.i uw fguu HI rutvv |iU>rd (our .won tiurr ..ml UM oCh. Empln have -,.t jyi< .via tm\e *on %  % %  >: Iha BUMt! I BStl BSSni ihrtore •*!*•• Ihrw iNni TKU-*dlwmiry Uud rios .ilwav* lfl*lt UUCW IU*M1W .ll.J •l.r ran irni ih, ,H,tiu ,iirt FirM DtVUiOll LN4U0 utbUi %  >— %  %  f-r.-iir* %  w km V.n t'mwio MHWJ, S. p. MtiMKi. ton ft r.. I.ld hav-r dulMlad ntsf ot ht i>4 botllm to Ihp Hiniiti n>.-:tth. Th public in-* Mkrd lo < '|NJ1C by iuriii4i tlt 0 cnlt % %  rtrd' kllcliem Eardwn 11 I •nproMchlu Ki>ain<(UHi fiviii Uta WoelbuO' Ho-d ulilr Tin is*enlacing from I. Km a Slksulg aoiar UM u :. %  • at brniirtl tlw K-nUiloii SU.d. Th* Qeonf# dullviMM Memorial ill Also be onrii lo thoM lircpl* who want to 'It th*r nnd lh*i ahould ri.fctr by the £at> at i he bk nf the s nd. U rvfryons brlua trx* &f *. tntnmcr wffl POCKET CARTOON h> VSBCRT LANCAS li. I ^TiS^ '.' %  %  iMorUefiie. mi Or III oesn conciasi. f'ifli thetfre purely ,vlnect:t> ptesomeaa, with no oasll %  I ncili(lc fact /" %  pee her M The High CofrunisBtonei t<> Berhuunaland. Sli Evelyn Baring stated today thai the pea April 16 to 20. led lha rolknvtn rritlnt %  ai i iv. ii %  i %  it rough au %  w.ih good Qovenunesd S. He would neither hold not attend anj meetings or publii %  ngwato Rc.v i %  that tl Liable to IK? withdrawn at any time without or that of his I %  %  i Inter-State & statement added. Today perralssioa we I>I rmil few tribal ten, the Br ttsl i < at ng t< nfncial statei Ruth had tlie tr be Keuler. JohaiiiM'shiartr-HoiiH' ey JEEP ROME. April 15. Two South Afiuan pilnrims I have ai [ a live-month journey across the full length of the African neat A I "ng proprietor. K bertnan. Zyrrw. both of Ot off from Johi i renvesnbei M ta la min g etr journey .ng Una In %  %  1 Kenya, the Be , terranean to Malta and Reuter. I'HAGl'K. April 15. A Suffragan Bishop in Slovak) %  ide ol rh. %  hops who refuse Catholic Church laws. eheved to have disagreement within the ice, which hitherto was %  l>r Do1 it a letter addressed to the %  (higher .nd that the U agreed with him that Church vacancies shoul !mt that his superior, Jan -.. Roman CatnoUc Bishop in Slovak! ade "i the "< reeum%  ^iii that tinState Churcl %  Unued 1 %  %  %  The | ind now to road of anti-state activitj %  —Reuter. Adenauer Regrets Incidents / Hamburg /'rial BONN, Al-: A | day cxa a Hamburg Tr.., of the Jewish remeter] In Prankfurl this week. The ('! | II thej are nVn 1 %  %  : %  Wards their Ji %  man people would agree with him %  %  %  Ig %  . • Jewiafe ment". %  %  utaide the %  i %  Frankfurt unknown M eoppi i %  %  %  tones in Bavai %  —Reuter. GOVT. HOUSE GROUNDS Gave Secret* OPEN TO PUBLIC fsrM time, as far as can b e remembered. Ol % % %  -iinds were opened (o yeeterdsQ i 4.30 until 6 p.m. There was not much at who attended Ice Band uncV i nd walked through the spacious (rounds and lawns. Some t < nwhUde kept an Ai | Home for the public, ai \ %  to the public at a small charge which went tow funds. In Fun RAVARIA. April 15 iVdolph Mm %  year-old American Air tporal. told an American court given seerI to American Countei h • fun" foreign powei planned to teal U he promi %  formation for them. His idea, he said, was to have them arreded Ea documents Reuter More Jamaica Orange Juice For Britain TON. April 15. Tlie British Ml has signed a 10-, buy 2,750 tons of cu: sweet oranfe juice from Jamaica year I j Jamaica wiii ha-. annually against the present supply of 500.000 boxes. For the first year, a supply of 1.000 tons is cxdng until the maximum is reached. China's Famine Affects 40e000a000 People 7.000,000 In Most Serious Plight Tlif Preaidenl Danced ON, April 15. %  day visit the Chilean Embassy for students and other members %  The Cl'r-iuenl ,-.a.\ ,• train UUS sitentOOB %  %  PteuU-r. HONG HONG April 15. Famine iO.000.000 d began ment announced today. The official < Uaat Chen Yun. %  nnalttee of Financial and Affair*, gave this figure at a meetinj ernment Stati on Thursday. "'' people plight" in %  %  Keutet. "*Gn'ulir liimihav BOMBAY, hi %  Ituja Malt. Bomb ry %  six largesi —Reuter. QUAKE-PROOF' VILLAGES PALERMO April 15. %  %  I uicc those %  the area has been the giant flruter. Will Hand Over To Baudouiii If Parliament Approves BRUSSELS, April 15. £XIL£D KINO LEOPOLD told the Belgian people to-day in a broadcast that if Parliament restored him to the throne he would temporarily transfer his Royal Rights to his 19 year-old son Prince Baudouin. Broadcasting to his nation for the first tim* in 10 years, the exiled monarch put forward in transKing c. i not bet %  In ;. %  %  %  %  with th* '.'! I "Thi' 1 Of u %  %  %  among stundo, %  tiding. %  tions. I %  ceptcreiKiity %  %  %  %  is; the t inn On KINO I I urm N oluUon would be accepted with Bent of all", in has hs aadasii, King told his nation: %  countrymen, ll i> w itii deep emotion thai i ad* dress you to-da> again words Of thanks to the na11,111 ri11 having gtven proof to me nf then rtll bj then ma1 Uonal ref%  Sallalag .n ,i aAiafacUoD which I teeA, me to finwho mi March 11 deemed it impossible to give me tinmark of coi Use Hint lowen %  thai tf n... InsUtuUom K. W. V. Aromafic Wines I VAKI.IIA UNkl VII '"I 1 irKMlM III " VKRMOltTH \n BBU ellrnt s I i c h t I V lalgang eg sjnlkelli isibotance*. Vmn heesgl for Cocktail 1 noikirut baa io Both Wine* bSM lent qualities, aa beverages and rr > UN l.r K KM MrllgtHtiili, lUiourrd. Liijurur h.i. In ,'i. v. I lor il.,-11 ,„!,! ,,„„. M I Mm i HIM, ———— ,uu i WINKS. SPAKKI.IN..U1N.. Kr.l „,. „„„,., M r. MAND1 ,lh lu.l, r.ur ronlrM. mi. brandy I. iinurpj*. 'd lor ux In llo.plul. "nd Nunlnt n, s


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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    Language: English
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    Publication Date: Sunday, April 16, 1950
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    Siind 11
    April Mi
    I ..
    ^un&au
    I5u0cate
    Pri.
    SIX fc.\TS
    Year 5.1.
    Leopold Proposes Solution For Belgian Crisis
    /MA7S HOLDS MIDNIGHT
    BATTLE OF TOOLS
    170 Captured By Police
    PAK1S. April 15.
    rr-,VO SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS sustained serious
    htad injuries ill a Paris midnight halllc raging in the
    gltre nf searchlights and lifts noise of sirens as .lull sleel-
    hrlmfled police and Hepuhlican guards kaftond through a
    j,,|e of machine (ools hurled hv last ditch" workers to aet
    possession of a nationalised aircraft factory,
    An armoured car stormed the massive steel doors of
    the Kellerman Factory on the Southern i'mits til Paris.
    About 300 arorktn withstood
    the sicice behind packing
    luled on top of r-nch other.
    They used ,,,.,
    s. iron rods.
    brick! and nyUunj els.'
    could lay their hands on UI
    the police in ;,lsled
    two boun
    . Brain
    I ment this morning as scores of ;
    guards with rifles mul ton
    equipment p:r rolled the approach-
    CAPT. AZIS
    ARRESTED
    DJAKARTA April IT.
    East Indonesian rebel leader
    Captain Andi Abdul A, I
    arrested on arrival hero from
    Macassar last night, the Sultan ol
    jaaakarla, Indonesian Defence
    Mmtftrr. told Parliament today.
    He said the Federal Government
    regarded Captain Azla decision to
    nxne to Djakarta its "uncondi-
    tional surrender."
    'Reuter' learned that the rebel
    leader spent last night in the
    military police barracks.
    Defence Ministry spokesman
    said preparations were continuing
    lor an attack mi the C
    rebel lorce in Macassar, East
    Indonesia capital, which mis been
    In their hands slnci .prll i
    well-informed
    here aud Captain Axis' troops
    would be "lighting mad" at the
    turn Of 11
    These (OUTC- that Hit
    rebel leader would not have con-
    suited lo come to Ujak..
    Lieutenant-Colonel Mokoginla.
    Federal Army Commander in
    East Indonesia, not given a
    guarantee, m th. presence <>t
    Untied Nations observers, that he
    would not return to Massacai
    within four days.
    Reuter.
    In Broadcast From
    a ci,aikgc Switzerland
    lo Czech
    Clergy
    Princess
    Ex-communicated
    For Marrying
    TEHERAN. April 15.
    The Persian Court to-day "ex-
    Mmrnu ideated'' Princess Favntcn
    fthlevi, sister of the Shah for
    marrying abroad without her
    brother's permission.
    She was deprived ol ail royal
    pierogaiivei and all connections
    with the Shah's family.
    The Princess married on Thur.s
    aaj an American indent, 25 vear
    old Vicent Lev Hillver in ih.i
    Municipal Office*, of the little
    Kunan seaport i
    Italy.
    Great secrecy surrounded u,,,
    wadduiL; and ih< bridgegoom's
    pwnts. Dr. aud Mra
    HUlyer, of California, were only
    *. A crowd of several
    wred people gathered outside
    the Municipal Office to ilux-i fh<
    young couple.
    " tall, dark and beautiful 21
    year i>id Princess Came is the
    0M youngest of the Shahs
    mi orotners and sisters. In the
    J* years since her schooldays.
    * nai won a worldwide repu'.s-
    w lor her charm, her flair fop
    raes and her urtconvci.tica.alit v.
    ij year she lived incognito in
    UT*ood for four months.
    ore that she Ul(ljl. .,
    *StS*SfWed ",0 sw ,1u" world
    for herself Renter.
    The factory, one of a chain of
    Sneckma (National Societv of
    Studies and Construction of Air-
    craft), employed about 4,000
    workers.
    The Government intended to
    dismiss provisionally 3.300 in line
    with a policy of re-organising all
    nationalised aircraft factories.
    Hundreds ol delhai
    ened by II. | tl,e clam-
    our, came into the street
    the night battle.
    ekes wenl lo hospital
    with a fractured skull
    The police at U
    Cabinet
    meeting.
    About 50 workers escaped.
    About 200 workers barricaded
    themselves in the factory follow-
    ing an announcement by its Com-
    munist A. ,uee that
    issals were about to take
    place.
    For more than two hours, thev
    withstood this, about 800 police
    rds, pelting them
    with bricks, bolts and rneial
    at rttpe,
    ite road leading to the
    f.ntory was defended by a barn
    a Inch, .it tne stage of
    I. Hie workers projected
    .-ambling tear gas, be-
    lieved to be from gas cylinders
    used in the factory. The barricade
    was forced by n heavy police
    lorry.
    The Kcllerman Works, belong-
    ing to the National Society of En-
    terprise of Aircraft Material Con-
    struction, has been threatened for
    months with partial or total clos-
    ure.
    Breaking through the road bar-
    ricade of girders and planks, the
    police entered the factory.
    Aliout 50 workers escaped from
    the factory when the police en-
    tered but the remainder, about
    i"0. were taken to the Police
    . ilers.
    Later Ri \
    the police in occupying the fac-
    tory, which was littered with me-
    chanical parts, beams and heavy
    metal cases. dragged by the work-
    ers to the doors as barricades.
    The prefecture, after interroga-
    tion, released all the workers ex-
    cept eight who were stated to be
    not employees of the factory.
    Ten policemen were injured by
    thrown from the windows
    and the roof of the factory and
    over the barricade. These included
    heavy gear win-
    and spare engine parts of all
    kinds.
    Iteuter.
    KING the Carlton goalkeeper taking .. nigh one h
    football game at Kensington arnooo
    iv irda in the
    Two Will Repair
    Gnnadu Phones
    "*... A.,. ,.,.,..
    GRENADA. April 15
    w2s Grenada
    "pone system see, prospect ol
    "J* w.lh th. .urlval of I wo
    J""* -I the I^ndon headquarter',
    2"*' CaWe and Wlrelcu and
    JJ** Sm'Ui 01 the Colonial
    e We,t UdiM , ,,,,,
    l*foation stales it I, mau-rl-
    ""on ol a long awaited prac-
    2Lw,,on. m <** "Sttr,
    E?*** ol the , lh; ,
    re> may no, ,, ,m
    ^jmenution ol whatever plan '
    rtao^l"1 A1"' -' "or/one
    !'that it u easle,
    J*M the capital , hold ,.on. I
    5^JJJJ^ !u"mes than contact
    "anted that telephones are the
    .ate,, hd.che.
    "w CcJonial Otllce', i
    *""w ""I" 'lie ir.jtt.T.
    3 Officials On
    Vf.'r' Her, . RENADA- A'
    lUiwr ,CPa
    * 5 JJii,A"ni"ural Advi,ei
    r"mp,o? ;-":-:'s'--' iwc
    ^ aanv h S*crot*'> ol State.
    c"wutu .'
    -""fern'tH^ m
    (B CsJUe).
    2 Arrested
    For Murder
    PARIS. April 15
    PoUoi todaj asrtsd two Indo-
    tudtnts, one of whom
    was stated to have confessed last
    nifM lo the mui.iei ol aratlthj
    Indo-Chinese rich merchaia
    Nyguyen Van Tan.
    The two men were describ-.d
    us Ec Vo Van Tu. a student at
    Lyons, 25; and Ding Tarn Ding Ta.
    Nyguyen Van Tans familv
    raid the assassin had accused the
    merchant of treacherously sup-
    plying rice to the French forces
    in Indo-C
    Nyguyen Van Tan had
    several tin
    eosntng lo francs Polke said en
    attempt lo murder him had been
    made sevei.il BSestUl -'Ho. Thev
    : Lit .. hi '. II
    sent to France to kill tin
    and that his registration
    at Lvon's was an alibi
    Reuter.
    Hail Greets
    W.I. At Lords
    LONDON. April 15.
    ' at Lords to-
    iia. and .1 batter north >
    with the i gee) lion i
    :
    Worrell, all the playeti
    "rough l> enjoyed
    Hines Johnson, the N
    fasi bowler, and Alfred Valentine,
    lell ..nil slow DOS
    Again the batting was most im-
    | that ol
    Everton Weekes. Johnsoi
    loosened up and contented him-
    self with a very short run. Alter
    the practice 13 player

    English Boecei i eagui Match In
    London.
    Reuler.
    Shoots Daughter,
    Wife And Self
    BBU
    Kva..-
    nin. torn.
    Military
    ;de w-ith
    his familv when So\ ll
    caujht him trying lo es.aoe t.
    he West Berlin Papci
    reported today.
    Guard* at Podejuch
    ..ii. where lie hoped to
    act on a boat for Sweden, despite
    general'. "'d l*
    he paper .aat
    that he was lost, hi
    ..ar.old daugliwi.
    than his i" nim-
    Reuler.
    1'restrail Down
    With Measles
    From Our laondon Correspondent
    LONDON, April 16.
    Members of the West Indies
    Cricket team are wondering, fol-
    lowing the removal lo hospital ol
    Ken Trestrail with measles
    whether there is any chance of the
    outbreak spreading.
    of them h
    previously had measles which
    though primarily || a childish
    complaint, can be picked up l>>
    adults.
    One player who will b*
    a special eye for an> telll
    in the next few days is Roy Mar-
    shall who shared a cabin with
    Trestrail on the ii.
    had the same room al the hotel.
    Ijist night, Marshall 11 I
    the hotel after attendinu show.
    bad on the light m his
    bedroom and found Trestrail lyiny
    in bed. "Don't come near me.
    I've got measles." Ti- *
    nd Marshall hopped quickly
    downstairs to gci himself another
    room.
    Tonight McDonald Bailey and
    nther members i
    team at Albany ClubLondon's
    exclusive sportsman's headquart-
    Amone. those present were
    Denis Compton, Brie Hedser, Alec
    Bedser and Jim Laker, all of whom
    ill be playing against the West
    (By Cable)
    100,000 Flee
    Soviet Zone
    BERLIN. April 15.
    More than lOQ.tHMi Boviel Eow
    inhabitants have fled to West
    Berlin In the past 14 months, Frau
    Margaret Von Dcr Dekcn. head
    Of the West Berlin City Adminis-
    tration Refugee Office,
    here today.
    tal ot t3ooo of theea
    refugees has b e e n granted
    . tpted

    The rest, who had tetunied to
    ("..lining
    Weal Berib I man) In
    work, food a
    treatsnent
    Most of I
    have rteii th)
    of conscription Into ti"

    min-Tg area in Saxon\ I
    Drr Di;cn said.
    Reuler.
    Seretse Can See His
    Wife For Five Days
    BECRUANALAND .
    SI KHAM \ ,,.|,| exiled Cl iel D
    1 BDgwtto tribe, lodaj received permi
    while wile in (he tribal capil a
    nve 'lays and on conditions.
    SPORTS
    WINDOW
    i. wire m. .(
    Kmunnon Hinorraw aftaraom
    DivlMai f.iuw. fguu
    hi rutvv |iU>rd (our
    .- won tiurr ..ml
    UM oCh. Empln have
    -,.t jyi< .via tm\e *on
    >: Iha BUMt!
    I BStl BSSni ihrtore
    *!* Ihrw iNni Tk- U-*dl-
    wmiry Uud rios .ilwav*
    lfl*lt UUCW IU*M1W .ll.J
    l.r ran irni ih,
    ,H,tiu ,iirt *
    FirM DtVUiOll LN4U0 utbUi >
    f-r.-iir* w km V.n
    t'mwio
    Mhwj, S. p. MtiMKi. ton ft r..
    I.ld hav-r dulMlad ntsf ot ht
    i>4 botllm to Ihp Hiniiti
    n>.-:tth.
    Th public in-* Mkrd lo
    < '|nj1c by iuriii4i tlt 0 cnlt

    rtrd' kllcliem Eardwn 11 I
    nproMchlu Ki>ain<(UHi fiviii Uta
    WoelbuO' Ho-d ulilr
    Tin is*- enlacing from I.
    Km a Slksulg aoiar UM u :. at
    brniirtl tlw K-nUiloii SU.d.
    Th* Qeonf# dullviMM Memorial
    ill Also be onrii lo thoM
    lircpl* who want to 'It th*r nnd
    lh*i ahould ri.fctr by the at> at
    i he bk nf the snd.
    U rvfryons brlua trx*
    *?*. tntnmcr wffl
    POCKET CARTOON
    h> VSBCRT LANCAS li. I
    ^TiS^
    '.'!
    ' iMorUefiie. mi Or
    III oesn conciasi.
    f'ifli thetfre purely ,vlnect:t>
    ptesomeaa, with no oasll
    I ncili(lc fact /"

    pee her M
    The High CofrunisBtonei t<>
    Berhuunaland. Sli Evelyn Baring
    stated today thai the pea
    April 16 to 20.
    ! led lha
    rolknvtn
    rritlnt

    ai i iv. ii
    i
    it rough au

    w.ih good Qovenunesd
    S. He would neither hold not
    attend anj meetings or publii
    ngwato Rc.v i

    that tl
    Liable to Ik? withdrawn at any
    time without
    or that of his I


    i Inter-State &
    statement added.
    Today perralssioa we
    i>i rmil few
    tribal ten, the Br ttsl
    i
    < at ng t<
    nfncial statei
    Ruth had
    tlie tr be
    Keuler.
    JohaiiiM'shiartr-HoiiH'
    ey jeep
    ROME. April 15.
    Two South Afiuan pilnrims
    I have ai
    [ a live-month journey across the
    full length of the African
    neat
    A I "ng proprietor. K
    bertnan.
    Zyrrw. both of Ot
    off from Johi i
    renvesnbei M ta
    laming etr journey
    .ng Una In

    1
    Kenya, the Be
    . ,
    terranean to Malta and
    Reuter.
    I'HAGl'K. April 15.
    A Suffragan Bishop in Slovak)
    ide ol rh.
    hops who refuse
    Catholic
    Church laws.
    eheved to have
    disagreement within the
    ice, which hitherto was

    l>r Do-
    1
    it a letter
    addressed to the
    (higher
    .nd that the
    U agreed with him that
    Church vacancies shoul
    !mt that his superior, Jan
    -.. Roman CatnoUc Bishop in
    Slovak!
    ade "i the "<
    reeum-

    ^iii that tin-
    State Churcl Unued
    1


    The |
    ind
    now to
    road of anti-state activitj

    Reuter.
    Adenauer Regrets
    Incidents /
    Hamburg /'rial
    BONN, Al-:
    A |
    day cx-
    a a Ham-
    burg Tr..,
    of the Jewish remeter] In Prank-
    furl this week. The ('!
    |
    II thej are nVn
    1 : ,
    Wards their Ji

    man people would agree with him

    '
    Ig .
    Jewiafe
    ment".


    utaide the
    i
    '
    Frankfurt
    .
    unknown
    M eoppi i

    tones in Bavai

    Reuter.
    GOVT. HOUSE GROUNDS Gave Secret*
    OPEN TO PUBLIC
    fsrM time, as far as can
    b e remembered. Ol
    -iinds were opened (o
    yeeterdsQ i 4.30 until
    6 p.m.
    There was not much at
    who attended
    Ice Band uncV i
    nd walked through the
    spacious (rounds and lawns.
    Some t <
    nwhUde kept an Ai
    | Home for the public, ai
    \
    to the public at a small
    charge which went tow
    ! funds.
    In Fun
    RAVARIA. April 15
    iVdolph Mm
    year-old American Air t-
    poral. told an American court
    given seer- I to Ameri-
    can Countei h
    - fun"
    foreign powei
    planned to teal U
    he promi
    formation for them.
    His idea, he said, was to have
    them arreded Ea
    documents Reuter
    More Jamaica
    Orange Juice
    For Britain
    TON. April 15.
    Tlie British Ml
    has signed a 10-,
    buy 2,750 tons of cu:
    sweet oranfe juice from Jamaica
    year I j Jamaica wiii ha-.
    annually against the present sup-
    ply of 500.000 boxes. For the first
    year, a supply of 1.000 tons is cx-
    dng until
    the maximum is reached.
    China's Famine Affects
    40e000a000 People
    7.000,000 In Most Serious Plight
    Tlif Preaidenl
    Danced
    ON, April 15.

    - day visit
    the Chilean Embassy
    for students and other members

    The Cl'r-iuenl ,-.a.\ ,
    train UUS sitentOOB


    PteuU-r.
    HONG HONG April 15.
    Famine iO.000.000
    d began
    ment announced today.
    The official <
    Uaat Chen Yun.

    nnalttee of Financial and
    Affair*, gave this figure
    at a meetinj
    ernment Stati
    on Thursday.
    "'' people
    plight" in

    Keutet.
    "*Gn'ulir liimihav
    BOMBAY, hi

    Ituja Malt.
    Bomb ry

    six largesi
    Reuter.
    QUAKE-PROOF'
    VILLAGES
    PALERMO April 15.

    '
    I uicc those
    the area has been
    .
    the giant
    flruter.
    Will Hand Over To Baudouiii
    If Parliament Approves
    BRUSSELS, April 15.
    XILD KINO LEOPOLD told the Belgian
    people to-day in a broadcast that if Parliament
    restored him to the throne he would temporarily
    transfer his Royal Rights to his 19 year-old son
    Prince Baudouin.
    Broadcasting to his nation for the first tim*
    in 10 years, the exiled monarch put forward in firm, clear voice his solution to the problem of his
    return, after a month's crisis, in which Belgium
    has been without a government.
    ,!?.?i
    minute ,,. his luxu- other In I.
    hardly recognised the voice
    I nil> trans- King c. i
    not bet

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    '.'! I
    "Thi'
    1 Of u



    among
    stundo,

    tiding.

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    creiKiity


    . is; the
    t in-
    n On
    KINO I I urm N
    oluUon would be
    accepted with
    Bent of all",
    in has hsaadasii, ..... King told
    his nation:
    countrymen, ll
    i> w itii deep emotion thai i ad*
    dress you to-da>
    again words Of thanks to the na-
    11,111 ri11 having gtven proof to me
    nf then
    rtll bj then ma-
    1
    Uonal ref-

    Sallalag .n ,i
    aAiafacUoD which I teeA,
    me to fin-
    who mi March 11
    deemed it impossible to give me
    tin- mark of coi
    Use Hint lowen
    .
    thai tf n...
    InsUtuUom
    K. W. V.
    Aromafic Wines
    I VAKI.IIA UNkl VII
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    \n BBU ellrnt s I i c h t I V
    .
    lalgang eg sjnlkelli isib-
    otance*. Vmn heesgl
    for Cocktail 1
    noikirut baa io
    Both Wine* bSM
    lent qualities, aa bev-
    erages and rr
    < ark tails. They are
    made from ,.Ur.- \\h.u
    Wines with the d.t.i.....
    of exlraeU .if heaths
    si vim her In
    Liqueurs
    h > > UN l.r K KM
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    ,lh lu.l, r.ur ronlrM.
    mi. brandy I. iinurpj*.
    'd lor ux In llo.plul.
    "nd Nunlnt n,.....s


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    James, the Iteauld : r.-
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    for Bertrvi.
    staying lot
    it so much that 1 ton't win! in
    Travelled with Princess
    Alice
    M"
    here for two months' holiday-
    ing a: the B
    in Winnipeg yesterday
    During her stay her-
    the round trip on the Lady ,\Vlson
    to British Guiana, and return. She
    left on March 9 and ret
    March 22.
    She was very thrilled when she
    arrived in Trinidad to
    Princess Alice and the Earl of
    Athlone joined the -h-p on the
    way to their British Qul
    Producing Rebecca
    M" TOl i, pro-
    during "Hebeon l,,r Iho
    Bridgetown Players at
    Barbados in late February for an
    indefinite holiday as a guest of
    Mr. Victor Marson h* '.
    St. James
    Mr. MrC.ee once taught theatre
    for one year in a Cottage in Texas
    and Ia*t Summer he was -
    designer and Technician at the
    Had Bafn" Theatre in Massachu-
    setts 'luring the season which
    lasted fur four or live
    When he returned to New York,
    he appeared in an off Broadway
    production of "Trouble in July"
    by Erskui Caldwell, author of Calgarj ",in ' spirituals
    Tobacco Road Igs Al- Antiguans best of all. Her ac-
    Even before he came here he )((.nj, ,i! employees of TC.A.. companist was Mr Walter Chum- |V* SATUHDA I
    had heard of the Bridgetown !': ,v from Canada or bers. an Antiguan. V/ weak at St. A
    ers. and since his arrival he has TC r Miss Faulkner is the guest of |fr. Oscai Chi
    . lira. C T Smith. Next Chase ol Uppi
    Mondav her second recital will be married to Mi HllUcent Snaggs. .1
    tlon of Rebecca which op.- (t [h(.- Mc,hodls, church and on daughter of Mi ro-ny OrtaT
    len bvi*:*
    will be preJJ>
    on Thursday. April 20 JJ-*H
    ;md then the :ol.owhv
    i> at R.M pm *^H

    ,l th<' t'olS
    It Meal- ,,th the period-
    ar betv andS*!
    'loenth century^*
    Joan. .1 ir~
    raised by cm to restore 5?
    t the French cow*
    vcntually^*
    ;
    twcKgrouna ij
    w X
    The play is a long one, fa.
    : -. .
    es is that 2
    ' ;nd rfiiu,
    torn France
    Joan, ho
    -
    ' and
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    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ":
    -PEN. seeonri from left, was among those leaving Bai T^uSF"*
    Bermuda. She is seen here walk me toward the plane with the other Mrs Nma VayjjJJJ1**
    Married at St. Ambrose
    Vaujhaa J2
    n. the Innga!"
    al Rp^
    > -Uidenft.
    :i " Counsi
    dies r>! iht
    ' ;
    1 ith.

    !
    time'. per wed
    M
    every Sun
    Here for Three Weeks
    THREE '
    I
    ...
    Juceline dk
    I I
    Stelle. They are here fur three
    weeks mi holida

    B.W.I.A. Staff News
    MR OLIVER
    from Trinidad
    B.W.I jK H
    for just 1.
    I A
    .veil in his
    .
    it |g undai shortly be
    returning to Ti In
    Left for Montreal
    MISS ANNA I .
    daughter >f U
    1 the c.oif ciui>
    Road led y<
    l
    Hei parenl
    others are guests
    Methodist Church and on daughter
    goes to St.
    After her performances I r:i- GOramony,
    Faulkner is coming to Bsrbados. conducted by Bet
    asslsti

    For Five Months
    A BOL'T a year and, a half ago
    f \ Rosa, and her
    daughter Jean who are from
    irriTCd In Bai *
    have settled here, living at Minatei
    ; irine Oardana,
    . 1 Jean Rose left
    by TC.A.. for Canada en route
    to England on a live months visit
    Her mother
    see her off.
    Orha
    .
    Glad to be Back
    |i*H JOSEPH
    Mr.Alexande,
    on a dress of bro, 1 \ <>"+\
    ut on Princes, lines 11 :' ('Y 1; Trims*
    M
    MISS I U t KM I
    Anegadan Singer Coming
    Here
    B British


    well lo
    This Is the Ludy
    as attired
    ana aiithiiiium '
    tended by Miss Thelma Mitchell,
    maid, who wore a
    emon ninon.
    The duties of Of
    1-as at^btalrport to i" rlormed
    brother. Mr.
    600 Feet of Colour Film Back To Curacao
    duu reel 01 ^oiour rum an)) ^
    WI
    after an enjoyable three recently via Trlnida
    ..
    . -,. ,.. p.i.bI., In 1 1
    Mayor of Arnprior On- 'hey wore StsrjdJ
    Ing.
    Manager f Canadian Public Saw Flying Saucers
    Booth Co. \fUS' MARluN HORN
    During his stay here he hasiVl mother Mrs. Anr-
    taken over six hundn ,1,. among the p
    colour film and he is going to edit |m
    i i; to Mr II C Collier Mrs. Horn was one Of tho
    and also show it to many of his the Windl
    Canadian friends. supposed Flying Saucers. She '
    returning to England
    Was In the R.C.A.F. is on hor was to <
    H .1 It MC LEOD. who Is her other daught)
    Toronto and his Eng- been here ' X monUiS.
    hsh wife arrived yesterday by Last Night
    1 \ Mr McLcod. when he re- AST NIGHT at 8.19
    .11 leave has been pro- J_,
    to Office Manager of the o. S
    M
    DBranon in Chicago. During ve the (
    lth thoRCA.F .,
    ,,ll be here lor two week-

    All T.C.A. Staff
    and are staying at Cacrabank.
    Firtt Vitit
    [KliK lor two .-
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    iVI Nassau and Ber- oj
    Hi Id tiuda.
    ly broadc..-
    - iturday al thus time.
    For Discussions
    low Hotel, \|l( H
    . \ h Pali iT"
    Mr. 1 : -
    ki General Sales Manager of E B. POW
    er Company. This is to dlSCUSS with U
    visit to Barbados but 'he posatblUt)
    to I
    1 SM
    Hotel.
    Itor to theii
    .
    glad lotoj
    : :
    SKELETON
    CROSSWORD
    BY THE WAY *, beachcomber
    Mi



    I
    l.rt; folk*
    ' -

    l.iitlv liiiilin tlv tfvttM
    He said that he
    conferrinK with Hon'h.
    Tanner, the Can.,
    who an IvOd
    Mi Btahop -I
    York via Trinidad by B.W I A l
    1 is staying at the

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    11 i
    I M that
    Back from Home Leave
    AFTER s six-month
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    put the g>
    and left the cheese out
    t la 1.. ,
    On Vacation
    lapped u the drink and then t.ie Ulases Bai
    -limbed out of U> the 1

    Joan Singh of T:
    1 I daughters of Mi. Perciv I
    After that I
    matter-and the mouse-rests at Manager ol the Globe
    Barbados have arrived in the
    present.
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    PAGE TIIKKK
    RICHARD TODD MEETS PERIL IN
    HOLLYWOOD
    \nd Burst Their Favourite Bubble
    > Fr-iVi-irlk f wok : New York.
    RICHARD TODD. sailing for are sensitive, and with Ih,
    J^ and boo* soon alter ,ouch on u,, w, ,
    "J5 hll lirsl picture "" lo do and do it_nd hoT
    JSSfc u taking >'"'>; *< "IW oHen wondered how ,he
    "^;e ideas on iloU>ood. man raring into lown did that
    "S place . only a village, he dismount ., luU .|lo ,vc l
    'people talk too much, , lc,m. Bu, w me
    ^rcially about other people ana Wa. the way m which tn, ho
    h. ! lUelf I, trained to come to ?W
    nJumniits are a dally h... ,ho momem h
    Ifkt lilted off the saddle
    -U the stone. .."out wrung out , Enai,nd, "",:
    to tall the Urn. w. mounl ,hal j ,he h,^e,0w^d
    u*ejut is no. Hue keep right on KoinR ;,nd vr.u',1
    "One gclsjo work a, . , WJ
    - broken bones."
    , -MakiiiK-up tab
    long a"" ,hc nJ"Vn|! am 'r Iron III,.
    at the same speed.
    From the actor's point ol view. Two things did bother Todd and
    adit- the absence ol
    Between a British studio and an cup of lea and the way in which
    American." restaurants and shops maintain
    . -.!. !...<. _....., ""'I'Mf men to Jump Into your
    lailttUl iMilll i ,, ,he moment vou arrl
    ssssttsa
    W -put one's iou*. in il in nony- . T .

    my
    course, they
    car.
    ire all
    makes the slightest Af,er 'l "** I M used to it."
    columnist and spread abroad If "> WOrtUWUJ-------
    you deny it. you . JUDY HOLLIDAY,
    II you don't, everybody bellevei court-room scene was the bit u(
    the Blm Adams Kib. is to be
    In his first Hollywood pftcturt, tUrnd In r
    Bora \*i.terday, the coim-iiv
    Ruth Roman. Todd plays a Whi. i
    outitudlBg Bre* i
    descent. Herv .s ejrl who will be
    He found the
    the job learning to ride well on
    ----Ami lo llroailnav
    Hi Hoists all I Claire Luce, who tuti bet
    pea ring here on television, is
    'One thla
    said. "I thought IW
    horses badly treated in Wettern Bros way play With a silk
    m pulled up si. Thread, lo optQ Mitt month. Sin-
    suddenly as lo re> "' Will play
    haunches
    wim what looked like brutal marry a doctor but
    .-ill that her heart belong
    footlights. Autlu
    /' lay
    iuducn reepons. Their n L.E.S.
    Judu Holiiday u i
    t* ofM day.

    " I
    J"'
    11 * m ins sHOI
    i m BoUrawai.
    . hole, use
    super latu- ii u t it
    would cert
    lion ig at) ti r W I I. V E
    O'CLOCK HIGH
    the Emi'ii a most
    ahtatiB |li It con-
    cerns the first struggles and grim
    efforts on the part >: I
    Army Air Force to pr
    efficiency < 'tubing on
    German;..
    of Worlu H a picture
    that is fraught with ten*
    emotion, humoui and MUlte-
    mem.

    jImm
    :r.,:i .

    the ment. .
    whkh Ik.
    to eonunu

    i strict dlai
    otent that in tne
    group mi..
    the re-

    "pe Unwell
    suddenly crackj unda the unn.
    RftBBV
    In the role ol the General,
    it of his
    ' .

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    12 O'CLOCK HIGH
    By G. B.
    .hi undarlyi
    Suppor:-
    lugger, whose bumOW
    ... alcoholic
    lapses are not only aim
    required In ; film ol


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    .
    red >.. tin' caal
    and Individ i


    :
    Aim "inaki- halaava' \n\,
    strict reality.
    The setting* rot
    ly product
    of the planes
    ere tai
    etua
    bate with the Oei
    !
    tructlon oi Anv i
    .
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    :
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    M \H\\ WMtll
    W/C-T No rum for ! tram" Th
    rum which had been placet! I I
    n the English and West
    I ptihaps sympathise more deeply with the Went Indies Team
    than mm. ".-totaller and have spent
    ' art on the Continent One must admit that tr.-
    Officer observed the letter of the law in this respect but what of the

    N.\Y ( KICKKT
    Sbttl f the team Payne and skippered by 'Bob1 outside th>
    wo; iHoi to und it S2X2^J?I}e!L02! Ilm c"^n lt*>* ov
    and K deprive ll Ibtir rightful revenue in this con
    CARL TON DEFEATS
    ROVERS 4-0
    CARLTON completely outplayed Pickwick-Kovers in then
    First Division Footbd.l Fixture a*. Kensington yesterday
    afternoon to win the came, their first for the season, by
    four goals to love
    The Carlton front line, ably led by "Brickie" Lucas com-
    bined niceh to score two goals during the first period and
    the other two in the second half.
    t> I-uca* scored two of the goals
    while Reynold Hutchinson and
    Warren each scored one.
    The game was only about five
    minutes old when Lucas fot the
    ball from mid-field
    beating his way down, beat Hill
    with a left booter which went
    far comer of the nets
    Pick wick-Rovers now made aj
    1950 Cricket Season
    Mohawk Wins
    At Yesterday's
    Yacht Races
    "Mohawk", owned by Dr. David
    To Open On July 8
    THE 1950 Cricket Season will open on Saturday. July 8.
    and will close about the middle of December T
    -he Board of Management :. at the meeting, which t.jok place .11
    the George Challenor Memorial Stand al
    on Friday.
    - r' The Board discussed letters
    from the West Indies Cricket
    Board of Control. Mr. E J
    den of Trinidad and the British
    Guiana Cricket Board in connec-
    tion with the fixing of del
    intercolonial cricket tournaments.
    The letter from the W.I Cricket
    Dominica Wins
    Athletic Sports
    DOMINICA. April 14
    ^"S. Dominica yesterday at Windsor Board suggested that Jamaica play
    uuriJn't with ., MwJrhil *Tfrn 5"* '' the llrst time won the Trinidad in Trinidad some -.in
    ' awards Inter-School Athletics ,, Janu,r,. and Ml
    ,.~i ,- wlth * points. St Vincent was an(i lnat British Guiana and Bar-
    '"" termediate R at lh. Sixth He- f,r:i;rprn'thenlseiveTfur- SfSd ,w,th 37' Gre"d ^^ bados play at BnUsh Guiana in
    neclion ,,, of ,. r.B.Y.C. which was ^\?^]fZ)^w^c,. 20:SI Lma 12 September 1951.
    It has St] unknown in the past that the baggage of held al the Aquatic Club yester- ,lM Iron- !h. rieht win. nrt .he A ,ood crowd witnessed Dorm- Mr. Marsden suggested that
    immune from Ihe red day evening Unfortunately "Mo- ,' dc m fumy-i '" capture the sprints and jump- British Guiana play Barbados in
    hank" turned over after passing HckwTrk-Rowrs launched an "events while S: .da September-October this

    tape of the Customs.
    One
    ber of UH
    mcial ambassadors of goodwill and as sw I I Dtiued
    liar mem- US?S! ""JL,n,d,hh*d. ' ,'* <'"" attack on their
    tsn w.,hdoek^"c s- s- r--- aa
    mi
    the run. kicked
    pressed for ihe
    rre given two
    succession but
    the half mile in brilliant 3rltish Guiana to ,:v
    an opportunity of gaining their
    Results were as follows: colours.
    Throwing the Cricket Ball British QulaUU
    U Vincent). Deterville suggestion made by Mr. Marsden.
    a). Mitchell (St. Vin- pointing out that such a I
    cent). 97 yds. ~li inches. affect their gate receipt.-
    100 Yards : Julien (Dominica), absence of the Barbados star per-
    Hf '-' *-n''o <_iyt'e owned and aklp- "" '*!"T"n August* -St. Lucia). Lewis .St. formers who would be in England
    ..rH RX.ish fiuisna to take cart in the regular triangular P.0*. *yn*y.un* ... ^ "..*" "-. T aJ?.1S Jf.V Vincent,, 10 sees. British Guiana the:.
    High Jump: Shilllngford (Dorn- counter proposal '.hat lit H
    Vincent), ana visit Jamaica in January--
    Gittens (Grenada). Sft 10*. March 1951, Barbados visit Trim-
    inches, dad at the same time and that the
    .:ds: Julien (Dominica). British Guiana-Barb;,<-.
    Bt Lucia). I -ent should :ake place in Bntt*h
    r.t). 24 sees. Guiana m September-October
    Vault ringai iDoovnlea), iwi.
    Shillingford (Dominica). Powell The Board d...
    (Grenada) 10 ft, 3 ins West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
    440 Yards; Anderson (St Vin- trol accepting the proposal made
    Tsack of sugar and a carton of gramo- "Astra", owned and skippered their forward movements Tavlor cent). Powell (Grenada'. Steel ov Britten Guiana. -^
    n (Grenada, 55.4 sees. tary to""rite a"letter'to the
    Dominical. "Sobs (Grenada'). Governor-in-Execulive Committee
    21 ft. m Inches. asking for a loan of $24,000 as suo
    .ild have smoothed things over and skippered by Jim Jones was third. pick'wick-Roveri* were given"". 880 Yards: Stee.e (Grenada), Rested at the June meeting last
    .,!ed any undue drain on the British "D" Class honours went to frm kick when goalkeeper King Gibbs (Grenada), Moore < St Vin- * J^n^?\!S for nrn
    Itainbow". owned and skippered ctnM| bu[ nolhl^ resulted. cent). 2 mins. 7.4 sees. 8.u"d aL^^Tt,^m0d,5^
    ... rw b------- r-nmiM .... Qn rcsumptlon pfckwi^.Rovcr, Relay: St. Vincent ftrrt, Dom- v.ding ^"^l^ccommoQ^Uo.i
    rVtuch th.ngs aa run cfJTZL** "vSSSi "*****-*
    iied "Eagle" which was skippered by equaliser and w
    TWO KIVK-i.AI-I-ON TINS Michael Mayers. Third position corners in quick
    t en as a member of the Barbados team that went to "Clytie \ owned and skip- nothing resulted
    pered by Sydney Nurse ll wa* no1 Ior>8 ^'-er this that
    1 Guiann tn ''"K"1*' John Topplns "Mischief" skip- Carlton got their second goal.
    intercolonial I '*-" of the team carefully pered by his son Stanton. carried v after
    Oil and then off "B" Class honours. A keen receiving from one of hi* halves.
    battle was witnessed between eut in and beat Hill with a lovely
    their tongues in their "wr. Cloud''. _owned and skip- "hot
    THE GRENADA TURF
    ful meeting which opened on I ,j q^^
    day. There were mostly home end st. v*-?
    but on the whole llian Outsat
    Huence was also added by the v
    irom Barbados and some othei iactu
    curious coincidence, voung Pal uVfc6'
    him a whip which had been bought hei .. ^^J
    to the champion jockey of th utt'
    champion jockey himself he ni
    His total was live wins while i
    vas second. I am (lad
    irowesi UpL?
    fore not conflned to the home ground
    l jockeys makes me start thinking qh,
    alts. I could write a lot about. But to be bm-: I -nal| jj*
    . confine myself to a few ;. n - jX Jy**
    ailment which makes onlookers '.hink thai ., 'a-7*
    races but never the h- .vnt, lnis J**
    horses arc OMffl i-onvcyann's who all run iornJ?
    .no happen to have the -:i luii
    ither end of the race. Octata
    re if a horse who duo : Jns J^
    k at more than uniform speed and w-hen he does not a
    thoul saying, the jockey i> '- iilnm*
    to blame
    War Cloud". _.
    pered by Jack Badley, and "Resb-
    The Pick wick-Rovers goal had
    '' '<* UMon tn. ;^, bv Qwcn Rurke an' a narrow shavc whcn ^ lrle(I
    pparad by his brother Ham- hard one from outside the area.
    with the nicaaaai
    Mil UOl \l ALL
    - .1 of l sack of sugar and a carton of gramo-
    1 and calypsoes by the Customs officials cannot be
    construed to constitute a very warm welcome for the team. However,
    thlngl happen and one cannot fight the letter of the 1;
    (or second place "War hut Hilt turned it arour.
    Cloud" however reached the flag corner.
    length ahead of her rival. Pickwick-Rovers tried to de-
    crease this lead and from one of
    Astra owned and skippered their forward movements, Tavlor cent). Powell (Grenada>
    by Milton Tucker won the "C" centred accurately from the left (Grenada). 55.4 sees.
    C.lV",l^ce /ln*r Hopkins' "Hi wing. but Williams, the C
    Ho followed in second position flJii back, headed out.
    hile Wizard II owned and Shortly before the interval.
    t2*JSS* c^f ^h
    Guiana SfppSd b^ionefBaToU wSe J
    : .i Touma-

    iggestion
    badoi iti September-O
    itunity of gaining their
    imiTIMI .l I \NA OBJI I I
    } .,1 pointing out
    .1 be in Englan

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    action to 1
    sent in a tame shot which
    OVMd and KlllK nad no difflcuu, m .,..
    k nu^il K Wisisifir Ua.r>l lint ... *

    B' Claa : I Wai
    Cloud; 3. Resolute.
    nediate Class: 1, Mohawk; ^"^5
    .mmediatel.
    i tiood op-
    portunity whei. Warren, after out-
    running the Pickwick-Rovers full
    back, lost control and kicked out
    r to over-
    sees.
    Tug-of-War
    Domta b i <'' D
    St. Vincent first,
    li
    C Class: 1, Astra: 2. II. II I
    II
    I> Class : 1, Rainbow. 2. Smba Chumps )/'/
    . afterwards. Croney
    i'ukwick-Rovcrs.
    after receiving a good kick bv
    Foster, kicked out what looked a
    I
    U d kept the ball in their
    opponents' area for stn l
    Following rr lhi wk flniiir<*a .
    rM4aj Vf"1 ''* " rtvi Wavpll
    : Shtll llrlc-fw Mr E llir.t
    ll SI Leu ii-
    > rUo
    ST Multhr-K OU Boy vii N
    Mr E Brancti
    On one oca- Mapk mt s, Lwmsrt-. Bir- Mr o
    It to afford tu- |' '..... "-......"......-"..... ire Car!' ftVUkM took
    >. i: Bt- lho kick, -ending m a hard
    t Honduras pooDdar. but King
    t ,,_ LiKMweigM champ ol

    tod out Hill with a good shot
    British which the latter saved.
    i weight champion, The Carlton sharpshooters again
    The Board also instructed tie
    Secretary to w i
    Brood no gen asking him to paitu 1
    d. St Lucia third. fUon lQ tne Mcmorlal Gallery at
    Lords.
    The Board accepted the appli-
    cations from Central Cricket Club
    and the Barbados Etasjbl
    to enter'.:: ion cricket
    a on the provision that
    dtabta ;md
    appointed a small Committee to
    inspect them along with

    The Board considered the An-
    nual Report and ACCOUI
    Association to be present
    Annual General Meotmg which
    will take place at Queen's Park
    Burbados Friendly
    Football Association
    OlItHIMllrt) .
    th.MjmT a*u mu.: FUnscti v colu on Frldav, May its at 4jo p.m.
    at %i Uonardv fUfoo* Mr o GrmhaiTi present at the meeting were:
    *MrVEisi' Sir Allan CoUymow, Mr B D
    Th,. Carlton front Une which b...* ,. Advocai. at shii. iui*r**r mniss, Mr. J. W. 3. Ch. I
    A was sent to th.; was combining well all along soon Mr. E Clarke. E L G Road, Mr E A. V. Wil-
    - count in the middle made anotr .'. **Q *H.*l'^.{Sdltrjg^gS

    lawaesi
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    was called upon to save two good
    utie from Warren and lho
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    from the rit; I ag got
    possession and beat Hill with a

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    St. Kilts Wins
    Football Series
    liart>*oDa Advocate CorrMpoutent >
    .
    ra, St. Kilts football
    i was played at Warn.
    < :noon.
    During the lirst half. Mont
    was playing with Lfai
    downhill. The teams were appar-
    ently Well matched. Both
    I good forward line
    lombination.
    Ton mil
    Of St. Kitts nodded a u.
    from Francis into Men; <
    it half time. St Kittl
    1 and Montsetrat l).
    Play was still even uuung the
    second half, the ball btn...
    worked through. After 15 min-
    utes. Montserrat evened up. St.
    Kilts' goalie tried to get to a loose
    running ball and b
    . '
    i hed it
    in.
    This game has been the

    st K
    by scoring a total of three goals
    in two games.
    TuK-of-War
    at two
    straight pull
    :rat two straight pul
    beet Antigua I
    Unfortunat-
    : plagues the racing game > n. r
    nly uut owners ar.H J_
    aped. We h7
    all over the plai InTv*,
    las reached most alarming proportu sponih
    .-
    'he horse for the oti..
    unas,
    LATTIMKK \ NOT Mil.i: CASK
    The :nosl notable
    concerning Philip Latti; -,, a cmmZ
    but hardly any horses to ride. Consequently he had to accept7J
    of rides on inferior horses u t long before he ttadfe
    reputation for being one of the worst ,n ^ '
    Ime i *awataa--
    he impressed nv to Traakal
    '.:"ugh he rode a few a ;] rtft^
    hen on the last day of the CI 'Mlheii
    the mare Storm's Gift and went out to run in the cjueen'ih
    Handicap, the last race ndioaek
    ilnish on the outside. Lattimer landi igu, ^Z
    of her stable companion Beacon Bright. From then hu naawi
    ^ht he jumped from .... ^.' .'
    ihe ?*"!' pepen everaa
    He even geti a pcevli o> .
    meetink -,- -1
    ing and even my coi i
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    ur.se not! Sin ., .'..
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    THE GAUNTLET 1ND BEACON BRIGHT
    As I ,ve my friend ,j; ha.,-
    to paper on the form ,, tt ^
    He confirms my .h>a( q-.
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    Beacon Bright was gaining on The i Utjrni
    not. v
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    lh place in aw
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    PAGE SIX
    SCXDAl
    -IMIU. APRIL U,^
    BARBADOS 4** APV'(Xnt
    Sunday April IS. 1S
    'I'ln- I porlanee
    Of fenwefl
    Barbatk .cted
    with commendable speed in
    Ham Mai.-i.--f.-r for Bf Well Airport
    The new runway is being constructed and
    it u hoped will b. ready for use in August-
    A very modem system of A:r Traffic
    trols is being established at Sea
    Renovations and remodeUinga of the
    heds have been em
    out.
    But Sea we 11 is still a daylight ad
    Charter planes (
    'lesire to arrive, and if permission is
    granted, night landing can take place,
    taken at Sea
    for twenty :
    ilso operate al
    of uV 'alla-
    tion has bee
    does not *>
    The '
    badoB. the
    -r-hour staff
    stead
    but v
    The question and answ
    idea
    Th^

    A
    .
    duns to Uarbados i
    .. piiiaf nfltn> lo
    Oth* I
    ion I
    |
    : '

    -
    Lo be uicd.

    Bin


    man a

    just ai
    Si\|M-nr'
    *y the pessimists can ever
    be d -hey seldom
    bey mean is
    :nmm% em- Barbados or
    and p-
    The re i perseverar.ee
    Barbados Of
    but nowher*
    success been more spectacular
    theatre
    High Tyme and the Madarr.e Bromova

    i a performance at the
    I Rebecca, and this .-
    'Jollege are to perform Ber-
    nard Sham Sainl Joan.
    that a Barba-
    d-j D lb has beer. I
    Mul le
    Watch Empire
    The Bri a long
    es and the standard of
    fctada a B
    applauded. When it is
    - nnattc
    . r,e realised
    . sate
    -id be
    : '
    theatre
    ent on the support
    al by

    . j.Minds
    :.i who have
    il i .:. i .,:
    I other
    . .buted handsomely
    i have oeen
    , Barbados
    rchant princes but
    individuals
    irgel; *
    land such as sports.
    the British Coun-
    iporation that the
    ( individual Barb..
    >rt in fields of edut I
    aapacial
    Uon.
    To : assistance and help is
    Indies in the
    oent and Welfare Gl
    h support from wealthy
    ret for
    cultural
    m cannot supply
    itatra in Barbados
    tuui can contrtti I
    nd and i
    doubt pay hand-
    ihe development of a
    I
    Dot buy hap;
    .uld a theatre
    . a bad a theatn
    : talent which
    U *.:.- and

    \- i ; has a
    ail support.
    CUMMfNGS ie: .
    Mrs. BUTTLETOH-WOC IR.

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    OTth lite, dyummtc and -.
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    8 and 10ft
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    raises xa
    REMEMSH
    k\it HUM |JM
    iht iacaHTMptakUl
    km
    -

    .....
    Sitting On The Fence

    Bl KKIM-II -
    \Mi -Kl POI OI Ml I t
    irai i ii 111
    L'P ]
    Chuk. h
    dial custfi
    the doomed themaelv-
    be a matl
    for a ion to strangle I .
    OMMo

    When mothei
    Ivan l\
    When gr;'
    So huah. I-'.
    by-
    ill*1 tour Unit's
    A *uek on the jau in in*
    mornini
    A aock on the jaw al nihl.
    And a* tou come in |Tfl
    her U*o on thr
    Haaaaai ia*l wrong or
    nghl
    Atlrnliir-H Of
    Harriet The Hiker
    THIS is to intro
    lover of poet;
    ' _*: ... S lane,
    11 Una ii I iiaesieu to tr
    , delight through a
    'gate an -if in a ipa-
    ; nous i <
    Taking a dn

    -
    correaponu-
    and hygiene, she began U
    "The kiii for pardon
    The K-i
    the undaui
    I lit' llost.i^t-r Anil
    It.M llsllll ! l4*da> s lliuu^lil
    I tones

    . : .. .
    the garden.
    Slran^f Talc Of
    I lie Sea
    ;>' Yum- !
    va
    And I
    i
    Ing >;oes. Think
    '
    it, and
    tag. As
    paled.
    ' oss his
    igain. Then he
    ''.r Yumpington.
    .ngton
    .
    replied Sir Wil-
    to Chinamen

    ng and
    i oniitltnt t I aimer
    er had a mental break'
    a few ii.o'i ago, and my
    ! are
    .-'. mc outfhl fo

    laaa Aggie
    ..ugh.
    i. i -
    \i\ ITS QUALITY IS MAINTAINED
    i'2) ITS MATURITY IS SURE
    YEAR OLD
    COCKADE
    FINE RUM
    SlJiO a llll- al
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    Oni Ii< alrs Saj :
    Whal is There In IVderalioii Thai \\v I ainiwl Aehieve Xow
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    ii
    Bseded
    2. V.


    i eatontoj,


    Mtuation and to

    -
    Higkft Emm)
    SIR,The toUowlai i'
    M K L Kirkwood to | M i
    y eaaa I
    .
    U ntlliifii-
    I question
    . .ng Unit-
    i i Kincd
    office of
    i ours.
    .
    -
    ... ;...

    |

    supreme itaic -
    liaxnentary advocacy.
    By all means let then
    But )uv I
    a cMorewalrx m.
    whose taak u U> rev
    >:-
    And le* the pr.


    take a more senou*
    colonies and U
    Colonial Empire "
    REA

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    THE
    EDICO SOLINGEN
    LONG HANDLE RAZOR
    ;ALSO:-
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    AND COMBS
    GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS
    FROM
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    Dry Goods Department
    #/ it's tt Oi44<.tn*u / lht> -
    Bt.Si Hi ii for #'/-/ 0 .. &an ** iho- i
    . -he waa*ar to Uti
    monk of
    Da Or* ..i m Beraard,
    BBf pro-
    .. Rtam
    . ni
    aa leeaVwM mi-
    tlir l.lanaa.
    a ana g..





    member
    <>( xi: i iaarml r*n> for
    ''' unme "I
    -
    OU.UUO.000 British colonial
    llama of Fo<
    *Hh nom-de-titrmr hut tin
    " 'mar* hona Ode*, will he ignored.
    ul rider*
    l BRtSSff*i name to
    ' hot at an a^iur-

    lh- ritl Hi In,,,,., ;s a In UN*
    I.ODDAHDS.....i wan.


    ,1 M).\Y. APRIL 1(,. INI
    Fire At
    Paradise Rd.
    Bush Hall
    cno8ii- iFfn is.
    MoreScopeFor
    Handicraft
    IN ANTIGUA
    SUNDAY A1)\(h
    *) .iciay morning U
    o_#ade was summoned :"
    se Hood. Bush Hall On 'nuch more that
    Imval at the rene they d.-cov- {"nils wei i ...
    _i mat il m only Wan Sr .v,l",ns. Specialist Handicrait
    and nelgtibours already had It livelier of the Ed
    under control "ion- .e s, JWins
    School of that coll.:
    r; LOSS I mitt tad the "Advocate" yesterday.'
    juant.ty nl money. lama arrived here earlier
    ralue of S-- "v '" lhl' "<* l'> I
    : Chapel Street, Way to p,.,
    fig IV Ha* "at both watch been granted a tt
    aad money were removed fro,,, ship it the School of .
    Harrison I Thursday. Arts at the Univeraity of Puerto
    St, belong to hinuelf and Mar- Rico. """"
    caaSaodiford ot Black Rock. ft . Coamopoh-
    . Wnn PEN ,hc value att^^T '""' ""**
    A atta.- I lost b) He Bid that ou
    jaUB. Hutson 01 .v.a.l.,.1 Street handicraft teacher waa
    * auted that ,t was remove that of ,eaeh,nS nd .., .
    mm tM Marh.ll the basic pr.nciplcs ofwoo
    rp.EU.SS o, 56C was reportc, SSjlTSrtSSc? X
    1 oy jam the Bar- tht-1
    btHos !> He provided cm ,., m-..,.-
    suted wi "' n"*3 " "- "'*: '" enable pupUi to beconw THK I-U R| ILlnso owned
    novea from desk at IB. eftd generally.
    SH.H IN i.i.m.ii a native oi tram Other m ,, -
    Donunica. who escaped from CToups of ..., .,v, .
    IDf Government Industrial Scnooi engaRed in the RMktaf
    on East" Monciav. was recapture- rom Old bits ot
    mi Baxters Koau
    by Simeon Lint on of Kichmonu a*So
    Cap. He was hanacd over to n took-blnding wai
    the Police. aiso done to u great extent,
    BOBBY DAVIS ol College library books. They .-
    Savannah. St. John m one*. enfa,
    fvereiv Injured htiic school end domeeUc equipment,
    nding a scooter along Church lt,,: tied handi-
    Vle* Hill. St. John. He Wl : '
    taken to Dr. E B
    m- from the nose. M""** ChjVj
    It li untie. : !925 '" li* Ml iv.
    .
    while travelling
    ftmcit a
    ill head.

    ten

    i dpecne INurst's
    People Must Not Live
    In The Flood Area
    liic Housil
    to draw to Government', attentl

    _ H'teete i
    *
    Civil Service
    Conference
    Tomorrow
    Unified
    Currency For\
    Caribbean
    I the legiilaUon
    for each of the participating tern-
    t draft Hills will now
    led 10 each I :
    ..: their intrcxi .
    rturaa will
    shortly be auth. i
    mlttn i lv.,|| be
    v enablin.1
    dad by all
    - o o n as
    nuttee has ai
    MlfD for the
    .mined currency note submitted
    l the three firms of
    printers in log United
    Klnfdam. The (Town Agenu for
    ies Will be i.
    supplies
    i.'s to be available
    n 19.11
    . tomroltlM
    .
    Mn.l and the denonuna-
    rdanl and metal .onlent.
    .... .....
    ihe draft legtalation
    12 In Careenage
    After Fishing
    I r.MiTk TI.AIil.Y like the
    PAGE SEVEN
    Fresh for your
    Pets !
    PURINA m CHOW
    I'IRINA RABBIT (HOW
    h. Jason Jonea & Co, Ltd.
    Ilis.riliul.iri.

    Boa. u

    , n.....hi. i, mini m ,,, ..... I^M,..._____
    Id be paid in on. month or one ,,,.ra, / ,| :,'!.... I .
    jooths i^ertuicates
    WMsmp Mr. E A McLcod on tr. ...
    "L ' i ... k i "' i" easily knowing thai whet
    He was found Builly of having been offer.
    k his possession
    cabbage and a quanUty f etch to the United Klru
    i get- dom for the purpoae ol
    ad of being stolen ur unlawfully that parti,
    abtained.
    Ml
    singing


    "' .
    ment Organisation whii

    rvl'RISf; Till: ui;i;k
    IX* fire of unknown origin broke Tl
    '.

    riir Board betnui eoaaldera
    at Edghill Planutlon, SI
    Tkomas. in
    f second crop young canes. Thm
    St the property .,, Mesan ci.-n'- now an In pad
    ; were In- "
    Hired '"- '
    SAMUEL t I. \ kuli: ol SI .,,,
    Dand-s. Chrl
    portea the loss of $7.61 from a
    table at Ba..la> Hank on Friiiav. ....
    It was hi. properly. J tOaUrwing nun .ortlse
    V- -nt,t, ,._,.
    Uil u

    but the
    "" r-w.Mil I H -.11, inlKini'l.l
    "......' "" re......
    !,;";;ul ";;ik- '-........
    VnUgaa Gets I ii>l
    W omaii Treasorer
    HARRISON'S
    BROAD ST
    GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED
    uv_LUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
    ! CHRO. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS
    1 NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in..
    C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH.
    I BRASS RACKING COCKS
    B 1
    I H. P. BALL VALVES
    I CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 in..
    I ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS
    COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS.
    PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS
    wi.
    MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS
    Porcelain i......,.||,.,i m,| r ...tl. r.r II in,I t i ,,, Orerflon mid
    Wilst,. I itlui^s
    $1CM.38 EACH.
    HARRISONS
    re Dept
    -364


    end Rei i
    Kim- ,ivf(l.l'hiin.,l.|i Ui K

    poned mini nexi Balnrdei

    Mi. K \

    Ilendum
    i
    Doantofc i u.
    Mr. S. C
    i, u!ucr,il.""'s':""
    Presldence.
    A^ M.ii.iM occurred on '"' "'l!' "" "'
    outSMp.....n Frldavhetwe. jcipa of which "

    "; -i i
    Mr......
    .- conclusion Mr Tudor Ih '
    i.iid ir.bute to the work done bj to the
    Mr lie, ki,-s a.. Daunt \M.is
    aid.


    Likes Steel
    Bands
    , motor lorry P-80. .
    Ifcubj Plantation and driven l,>
    diaries Wai-i of Ruby, and dray
    part.drawn by a mule and donkey,
    and driven by L
    TOW Hnuses. St Philip The
    donkey was injured.
    A REPORT reached the Police
    ^o,^Cu,W,enr"'HoHS,C^r STEEL B.....- loiOg to
    afeMih.. , Wed thai Mabel Pollard l Ore.;,. ,ullu Mr g,
    aaTHi^ '!hMl h'"' = '" Superintendent,,,
    died at her home on the some PrlU
    "A,i, i,lay.
    avinuii. M _________ Mr. Cairn.
    was seen in a soulh....st, Ms working th terda) ,.
    jwuon last night about six pr..s.. .
    fuockby a young man in St. Extra Mi...
    """"ee Univeraity Cnllcia
    ""----------------------1
    11, rat a for the A few of the facea were (ai
    . beggars anui
    10 return Ihort Io odd "
    .: of steel bands, he said lobs- Many told tl Ml m
    that i. .. .iy that they find h i
    Ueer, Stout irrive
    5/- Per Week
    Insufficient
    CYCLIST INJURED

    l
    from
    VIAK, A.,., |u..........
    \,1\....,!,- |f
    I in Sill


    To make a Savoury OisS:
    really tasty-
    i
    far up from the two ere heard .
    The State Of
    The Alleys
    linn ne tun nni nut* tiH'in -it iir """""-*. *- ""-. "iiU ii <.-itn.intiv ,-,,. i_ #,,.

    - Mrs. Bertha
    ivere reached. Mr,. 1,

    --------------

    MARMITE
    The Vitamin B Yeast food
    Made in England
    |ftjl,S?M branch- Mrs. Ben'
    ^otherTaS*&, 8<"
    Pje to improve the looK> uf i
    .^ioii Olllc,
    por
    *?> -
    Bknwkuig around. ",''" '
    Wand l.
    beelT'^''
    Adams said thai " ] <<

    Coal Arrives
    - IV ... Inn. w-hi * Mr- Car.nlcha.1 TWO HUM.III. I
    .edes.iuins.who __.. ... ., _. , .....,. k,__ n. . ,_ ,.,
    . lhat it was of a very hign of o
    ,1," or,rer a. waa demonstrated
    poaltloi

    1"' - sh.phcr.i ">e M Muatcal FMUval wag n.
    [*' and Droi, in 11)411 during .nc Wallace".
    W enulil iv Sir Hubert ltance was Acting from Trinidad.
    C"nj .:. vinoi of the colony. He ai... Other cargo of
    io had will!
    H,
    Should I'a,

    laiiwoy. Drum, COIOOJ. ne a.
    1 a gathage can In said that the Wlllkies CIO ed of 280 pi,
    " _____,__i .. li-s. -.-...I--.I In .h..r.l Isrvirda onto* nt Kl. t.............i
    V.
    pt centre hut it .,
    ' worl imncc and peinti. The vecaels
    work and added thai
    - -...,> were ^i -lean u4 the mua-cel ectlTltiee of the OXO., ere. pontljpwd u ,'lT' ,
    ""Wolamrni',. i inaccompanied iwrt singing. Owners Asm
    ^ hi-,i
    OUlet alle>>

    1
    The..
    LIGHT & POWER
    TROUBLE FREE
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    ALTERNATOR SETS
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    PACK SIX
    SUNDAY ADVCX
    >l NDAY, APRIL 16, m,
    BARBADOS0> ADVOOATI
    Sunday. April 16. 193(1
    Tll' Iii|oi<;iim'
    Of e*weH
    The Bar! i nment has I
    with commendable speed In obtaining a
    new Manager for Otawell Airport.
    The new runway is being constructed and
    it is hoped will !* n tin August.
    A very modem svstem of Air Traffic Con-
    trols hshed at Seawell.
    Renovations and remodellings of the cus-
    toms and wailing sheds have been carried
    out.
    But Seawell is still a daylight airport.
    Charter planes can notti
    their desire to arrive, and if [x'rmissiim is
    granted, night landing cai
    v. imimi rrap
    for tu.
    hour
    of the day or nighl when the new biata
    tion ha
    does not so w rk
    The :
    bados. it is I tlie
    .iture which would lx- ll i
    ,!y-four-hour stalls ill-
    of duty.
    Twenty-lour-hou:
    but w.ll thi
    .are''
    The question ami

    i
    '
    ( .
    loll I
    Of Si'.
    What is I.
    Tl,.
    like that ol .
    , kk-nl
    .
    the .;
    locks
    pluh,
    the I
    I
    airp
    think
    liui
    the ilipOCt II
    Mai..
    just .
    Si\|Miir-
    'ldom
    qu.ihi'
    I oe done in Barbai
    : <'at deal of effort
    .mce.
    The rewards of effort and perscve:
    Barbados on man-.
    ecenl moathi but nowhere has
    n more spectacular than in the
    High T>me and the Madame Bromova
    d'Spl.'' ale still brash In I
    mcm< i nonth the Bridgetown
    D| a performance at the
    : Krltrcca. and this month
    i ft are to perform B. I
    n oil St t Saint Joan.
    But the most cheering news for theatre
    iineement that a Barba-
    ib has been formed and
    rthttrtlng for the Miillr
    Watch
    Thi tVt a long
    ind the standard "I
    I
    appUu ed. When it is
    ben ol tin Dramatic
    tady won
    will i.....
    I ,ii the
    tk Club should he
    1 the kind which
    Barl idot thi
    tnnot he left to
    support
    ., i roval by
    It
    i
    but i >v. i.ii will
    What Barl
    Bt who have
    ltd I pllcai
    rlnci i other
    . contributed handsomely
    ind have been
    . thtii contri-
    ... th ol culture Barbados
    men bant prinett hot
    Individual!
    ted largi
    mdtu
    the tneourt
    Coun-
    "> 'hat the
    Uvidual ll.nl
    tlnfltldl ol education
    '
    . I Moll
    and help is
    still tort'iic I"*** '" '\'v
    form ol 11' \' lopratnl and Welfare l
    but i i' it t>..ii. wealthy
    I I '
    | :n cannot supply
    1
    , otributi
    and rieh vltlt-
    Inubti
    .,l bentflt '
    ! buy happiness
    itrt, .out it i>
    I
    I talent which
    ommunlty.
    ..
    ijr. S
    .....
    . .......mmi CUMMINGS reports from the Spa on- mammmmm
    Mrs. BUTTLETON
    1,,., .,'l l M >.. llH (.a.I I
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    WALLABA POSTS
    8 and 10 ft
    GAIA VMSi: SHEETS
    24 Gauge 7, 8, 9 ft
    ALUMINUM SHEETS
    6, 8, 10 ft
    AT
    WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO.. LTD., Successors t,
    C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
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    I rradrn
    in i i name to
    be kii>m-n U tbr ..lion, hot ii an aaaur-
    nawa of im. faith.
    \1\ IT'S MATURITY IS SURE
    3 YEAR OLD
    COCKADE
    FINE RUM
    SI.till a l>"Hl<- at
    STANSFELB. SCOTT A ##.. Mat
    IN OUR HABERDASHERY DEPT.
    THE
    EDICO SOLINGEN
    LONG HANDLE RAZOR
    :ALSO:
    BARBER SCISSORS
    AND COMBS
    GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS
    FROM
    DA COSTA & Co., LTD.
    Dry Goods Department
    " il's a Oiif.siiiiii ill' thi' .
    WEST III 1/ ti,r ,-vi-rn Otivmdf*
    I hi- riffhl \ns,i,.r is ii I nun-
    (iODDAHDS....., Hun.


    gUNDA! Al'RIL 16, m:,u
    SUNDAY ADVOf \.l.
    Fire At
    Paradise Kd.
    Bush Hall
    cHOKTty win:
    < urnintf the Fire
    VIpM
    Mali. On
    Jpd nttjhbours already had it
    anlw control
    rE LOM
    ntfntm
    value "' s21>
    JSuion # Prt Street,
    hat both watch
    S'moo** "* r* !
    K-^n brflene on Thursday
    iCr belong to himself mid Mar-
    SiMdU Rock.
    A of w**3 wa-v:'
    julua Button ol
    He staled removed
    jan [be Mathill I
    fTMU. LOSS
    1
    -gied that the money wa* rc-
    aovca from deak at the Data mm
    SMRM iisiu:
    Dominica, who etcapi
    me Government Industrie!
    on Easier Monday, was recaptured
    on Baxters Road on W<
    b* Simeon Union of Richmond
    cap. He mi
    me Police.
    Bobby DAVI8 t CoUtga
    Savannah. St. John mi
    severely Injured recently while
    ruing'a scooter along Church
    View Hill. St. John. II. tv
    Hken to Dr. E B. Carter bleed-
    iBf from Um
    I; n understocki
    .
    flrucK a
    lia head.
    AIHILPM'S ( R I PPIT II Ol
    DejieUi Road was toed 10
    10 Oe pain ith Or one
    oaths imprisonment by Hii
    Worship Mr. K A Mi:
    Friday.
    He was found
    n his paw
    etboage and a qui
    el of being stolen or unlawfully
    Um
    The offeD
    March 5.
    DDUNG Tin: wii.k
    _ lire Of ill In broke
    out at Bdghlll Plantation, s:
    liomas, and 100 holes
    if
    ire the pn i
    Ltd and wen- in-
    land.
    SAMUEL ii. \ it k i

    table at Hai Friday
    jB was his ;>.
    Vvian si i \i:i
    i Road i
    |Hir of shot 19 from
    AN \KIIIIM
    ,. Mapp fl Philip id
    bout 2 20 |
    |B* motor lorry P-80. owned) by
    ttby Plant i iven bj
    ent drawn
    and driven by I.
    TW Mouses. St Philip The
    eBakt'.v was in ..
    A report reached)
    t on Friday from
    Payne of Culloden Road), who
    anted thai U
    JWd. St. u taken 01
    M died at her hori
    flay
    K HOVBB PLYING IA1 I U
    thaaatariy
    action last night about six
    "clock by a young man In St
    'lawrence
    MoreScopeFor
    Handicraft
    IN ANTIGUA

    much i
    .
    na, Specialise
    Teacher of i;, ,
    merit attached to the St J
    Boys' School of th.it
    the "A i
    adhere earlier
    way to
    boon granted u two-yi
    amp at the School of indu
    I
    Re hi Mtytni it the CobaopoU-
    Sunday
    H* work as a
    handicraft teacher was strum
    oc principles of wood work
    new work -
    regular workshop practice within
    .
    Ufdll to beconv
    .
    Then- centre be eld. was fed
    from other adi.
    groups of twelve
    engaged in the making
    rona from old bits of
    sand had
    also gon. making a
    thermos ' Indlngj waa
    also done
    (specially the ,<
    library b
    often etUpi
    school and domestic oqu
    '.ill hanth-
    .
    1925 to 193
    its tutor In Spanish

    the W< t
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    tounctl for
    :
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    .
    handicraft work
    boa
    fancy woi i

    mens ol ch<
    by Earl Dal

    PAGE SEVEN
    ( hified
    Currency For
    Caribbean
    ommmr
    Un

    'in on. iuiuhm. ---------
    nearly a "
    People Must Not Live
    In The Flood Area
    PEOPLE should not reel w
    area. ] I
    IV tft RAVUnnu ., ... _i
    I
    ' down immediate
    them fiui

    Creche Nurses
    Presented
    Certificates
    Three


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    .....' "i the r* amaam
    Ibe Bei ret u*i In < mux i
    i ipHal \\..ik- i -i naatea
    i Warnaalen waa peat
    poawd until neat Saturday,

    Likes Steel
    Bands

    lira I
    Browne, Miss Norma St*
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    ... bald b) Di

    Mr. ".I i.
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    .....) on the diitlcull ta
    in- hai launched


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    Mr Qreei
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    At Um eonclu

    Civil Service
    Conference
    Tomorrow
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    cnmlttae has agreed on
    f the leglslaUon
    itmg terrt-
    .sill now

    -
    thai their introduction into
    will I
    ; 11 be
    \ enabling
    had by all
    o o n as
    D for the
    uiToncy note
    i the three

    Kingdom. The *
    lea will be raq
    lenta for supplies
    b
    \ 9.'> 1

    i '.it eontaot
    baan in-
    Ihe draft legislation
    Fresh for yoiu
    Pets !
    I UNA DIM. (HOW
    'URINA RABBIT (HOH
    h Jason Jones & Co, Lid.
    Oblributon.
    12 In Careenage
    After fishing
    I 1 like th
    to moor my i
    Mvft ale


    . 11






    tatigua Gets Firal
    W omao Treasurer
    iRDS baa
    Ml Y \



    aad

    The Stale Of
    The Alleys
    wjhe m..,. rtt branch
    ej out fi ,,,.{i w,.,
    >aalerday morning but
    u* other hand nothing baa been
    Pje to improve the look^ ,f
    ihutteri
    I block thi enti

    JUiki's All..> U still hi
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    ff^'ble to *. k two
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    pw and Dromedary I..i blta
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    si'KKl. BANDS
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    Superintendent ol theG*
    told the
    "Advoca:-

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    working throutfa Ihe \

    Extia Mil ' ! Of ti"
    todlat.
    peat eight weeks and i
    i.iii ihoru).
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    that he did not uka
    .
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    ,u,i he had lat a
    got unterattad in them
    The ban
    mony, rhythm

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    BareT, "It
    the iMo, uniLs Mr. Carmlchaci
    : )t was of a \
    Otdke 'S was demonst!.r
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    .a In 1949 during UW
    lit Sn HuIk-i: :
    . of the i olona
    I
    reached I high standard in chord

    the mtawVal
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    HARRISON'S
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    GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED
    INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
    I CHR0. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS
    NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in..
    C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH.
    BRASS RACKING COCKS
    H. P. BALL VALVES
    CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 i.
    ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS
    COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS.
    PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS
    .
    MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS
    Porcelain Bnanwlled .mil rnmpUla
    with *'.!*. H.iihI (. Tap. Ovariknv mid
    Watt* PittljBca
    $104.38 EACH.
    Hardwr Depl.
    fal .36*
    HARRISONS
    To make a Savoury Ois':
    really tasty-
    MAR MITE
    The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
    Made in En.lind
    LIGHT & POWER
    TROUBLE FREE
    STAJ. .
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    PAGE I K.IIT
    -I Mi II UiV.iC Ml
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    Triumph*. of *Seience:
    How Man
    Is Beating The
    IF, IF, IF
    II. W. J. Hkronn
    rlRST AID

    PROBABLY not on* man tn a
    i fully appreciates tn* al-
    iraculow recent advance*
    onquesl of disease.
    . rnarj he classified into
    vision* those such a*
    ma, tuberculosis, etc.. due
    and those due to
    functional change*
    *
    -

    thi hemu'-l'
    . both "nght be
    'irKan-
    -.-. mh narmlna
    i oniral treat-
    . Men it caused
    < o! the relatively large
    urthcr 30 year
    ., ,. ; nffl
    the MTiallei organisms
    IDOM them. wen
    the range of such
    I
    I .MINI..Ill l\ ill
    0 IN !}3.ri cam*, revolutio:,
    'ulfa

    MUntnl "f pneumo-
    esjmli
    'hough tht)
    rttn

    Mcmllme. It had been real
    ised for maan veara thai ml- I
    r robe- in the vail and else- h
    ri i. muat be rsitalantU M
    waging Mar agalnil earn B
    olhrr for survival.
    >iorar\ viclu:
    their
    -mical* which
    'he struggle more difficult
    sit n rot II en neighbour*
    u a '
    f diieaae rrtigh* well
    trophic
    AniH7iii&t I'oHpr*
    I hack-
    i. 1940 rhort,
    the am.i/mp
    u illin.
    those hltha

    moiud, which
    power 1" kill bacteria.

    Microbes
    II. Sir Inn llill>i-..ii H.S.O..
    And Mr. A. II. < ook
    I U.S.

    Lai* r
    focusai
    in IW in tri
    trti
    ore than a year a*
    joctor* war* evfcini
    " treatment
    lii*ea-< By el
    nf the patient- >o treated .
    rheumatoid ai
    pg*tfd|
    Tli
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    i of it:
    enVcthreiH
    , iewed
    Another limitation holds the
    more immcl:
    minute quantities of rortisone a
    available

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    big
    more



    -eginnir.L

    day
    .
    ...
    IF An.

    .,r 200 mllliom a y*;.. II
    maintain Ihe .
    n| projramm-
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    I .digestion
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    (
    I spark).ni
    K nk it get
    l it PLUSUsa
    -



    il|ji

    Sll Alexander Klein inn, discoverer n( Penicillin
    f bacteria thosr known as
    (ram poaltHe
    These arc
    microbes which Ira
    attack so afl
    the latter are ap' '
    drug n
    Nrvcrilirlcs*. il herald* 4
    dflmilr advanre In Ihr
    trcitmrni <>i tuber, alaals.
    i hloronv. -
    can substantially
    I
    " ket. IF the COKl "f impoi1
    and doesn't go
    I

    follow
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    orrat otf. iratj a
    tmagaM trial
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    probai.1%
    .1 nght Bui

    Trades Union t .
    nothing to stop them
    ;
    the guess that the coat of bnporti

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    con naoNi
    ill it her (tismvt rif-- thf grr.it
    .t import to miinki
    oaj
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    to be useful in
    told arthrHJ
    tion. be of value In treating goui
    duce distressing art, *. '"""
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    ixrttles. It b l by growtafl h<- n o il I In hug* utki
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    and Muni .
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    in fundamenlal id*
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    .
    .,.,.
    the price level 'will I
    To the rpoutrarH
    tru
    pound decline by four ahlUlng!

    n flit will
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    i
    on the I
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    t as we ha

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    ka-Seltzer
    Mini iAioiioiii ixc iiM. im.: as .
    Ill
    u>tilrnff
    not ignore III
    hedul
    ilal hair foods are -unnmi
    in and dandnl
    i mit in wurconfc
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    i tar.
    '"taaj
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    f^n\.if/*e

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    mils
    >ln k uh.ns
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    CAUTIOUSI V
    1
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    in growl)

    of (he war
    ......Ml,, had a apecUealar
    i-(Te-t uii a particular iruup
    T tight III.
    g> Till
    V.

    Although It II,
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    i. or iih. isdaaaaaw*
    \r\ discovered a- il roiitalns
    i ohall a an rsaentlal ron-
    -.liliirnl .il its mtilriule.


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    I 1MU.> BIO.VSOM
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    .ilium vat
    ng film Mai

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    k CO Ltd
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    EXTRA
    in an OIL CHANGE!
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    with 5 qlt of now ISSO MM
    moicm on
    ! Iarataillal lalra
    OM IcaiMmyl Uaaxjualled
    "H|h */laeositf Index
    kifps hibucatiug valua wit
    i.i riunM> beat of steady
    driving . flowa quickly
    *>hen agme n cold. You
    use kaaa oil get longer
    aaaogi
    hiveadkant Addadl Spacial aiMii
    f^ A '!>* ^tmm lobbinc carbon and aaaaash d-
    IgCftCOl -^J^rr. M-.jooHw-r mi ti, tig ntn
    ^^ **# )*m waar and
    !* lot \ -M
    <*>' H*r oaaeutang
    raw 'Hoppy MMaaving aaarts at
    THE ESSO SIGN
    name your wish!
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    / ...I <./.
    Hulnncrd inline*.
    X//W.V.
    Slabililt
    I/.-.
    Germ has Got it!
    The Oil that never leavei the bearing*?
    GERM LUBRICANTS LIMITED.
    The Pioneer, of Additive*
    CENTRAL l(H \l)ltt LIMITED.
    Sole Agent*.



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    VfKiL Hi. IMO
    T"
    The
    28lb. Baby Ererybody Lows
    iLNDAY AOVOI All

    Rupert and the Dragon Pills
    20
    BRUMAS: Why do 5,000 People
    aptivatedL.....loners f* A f\t\ A TT
    ^^y)\3 An Hour
    To See Her?
    Pay
    I .. bav.
    tiles are cue
    nil hour.
    i (our months Brumas has .siablished
    li^s a biut'er money-spira
    ^entertainment in London.
    , ,h,. last flue weekend SI.394
    '"Tmid m'TO than t 2.1)00 1
    ?T',hc li">'"-- for the co.^.-oondini;
    ITS HERE AGAIN/
    HK Ion. |,l, .,irri|v
    TL~d in 194s.
    ? paster week-end
    ,-d 100,000. Oi
    if*'
    Je *ete
    record crowd of S1.000.
    Sh, it a flown
    of Hfiimos'

    mat to the '
    I
    jTilh hours Df non-stop comedy.

    pen
    not one dull uaOBBent from I im
    C^*ma****V**U> answer* the mdmai.'*
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    1
    ishion round the

    'I
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    In nioJlirr'% iinii*.
    A#L a nl bed r ""-
    nocked up by Head-
    irn to -hi ad-
    _ thoroughly
    rta /> eareaajondent < raven
    m SJi ..i ma rigid rmtlM which the
    believe Is IhC -< ret of BnOMMFfl
    >i .ondiliun-

    U any cat ever
    _

    unfit for
    usumption) on the ground.
    ; ol milk, Bnimu is being
    nod a
    iiiitne aoena an ob- Bnnati has passed the novice
    11 now. At in |
    i her baby through the water by the
    eeing thi both the cruiurci tre
    m luch i friendly mood jf:tt %w,\.
    ewiag ih pah, Rupen kkwi up
    '>[ coutjRr tad .laiib* up on to the
    *C*I* 6 dugon. Tht bit'
    CfMtU
    M he hat, and the hic d,
    rntcia
    lS.I.*T| thai [WL dOM noi
    letcrhfC, few :!: o,, j-dul-et
    i.o:.l the -i-le b*.r >. t^mly eV h .
    back. TJ-. he .preadi hi, p.,
    *("! it-d MUn into thl I I >,
    gag. "H.l" flpi. .,
    you do.nR?" Crt ,w
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    arasjaa daaaan
    TEN WORD LEGERDEMAIN
    A 1 D I, IL.L* in boxes or in* taaa-r gram, using all of the
    >tters or the preceding word plua another letter, so
    that you end with the word at the bottom.
    (Which letter n for you to deter-
    mine.) Cluaa to worda are
    helow ihr diagram.



    T R E P I D A T l 0 N SI
    2. foraj i. group of three. 4. lengthy. Intemperate
    speech. 5 Mtrmddle fl exerted to the utmoat 7. co-
    iouiat.3 ,-s .Ueth.). 8. gave support to
    K. railroad station* (No. 8 Is a varlard. apelllns-
    tod.p iuji :pe*iajid ;aa|im -a
    leoaram # .opuu* e wm ku e iPl t :M*o|rf
    rVOWSB I'reler I'ipeS For Parlj Fun
    I .
    n preference i the
    I Off, Ivy
    .'er and holds the cub over
    a has "licked the

    Himmiiii lewMon
    m. the sales to the
    nit&ior wurld of ro
    ind humai
    Bcducct her offspring to '.ru-
    ts that click ell
    I u lesson tin*
    must know
    A thf neck.
    I rHll iMir lljv |he trlr.iv.il
    Brumus in the middlr of Ihr
    pool.
    Urumas, now a conlldtnt nrlm*
    . her dip nd playfully

    ll.l|l|ll. si IIIOIII* III
    ind Drurnas are
    a m*rh*r't tndrar
    era h.ld pka-aui J
    1'




    auaaic towards
    To net things started al
    ;> manner! pla} Sai -
    NUirl the game by choosing u
    !
    bent /or
    i uwui w .. f.Ilough lo noid several people
    Then after live minute*, the crowd
    ttei aaroh for whoever b,
    mduce at
    ' ' hides in the same spot
    w ike can do -o without letting tha
    othei ,
    fore long the ludiut; pL
    visitor win ewi tx- permitted to

    Keeper &nith waa
    weighing
    him in Ihc arm
    pan. Ivy
    Invited Into
    probably ivy's happiest


    I the iKHiding
    4 warm boiled
    milk, with :i little halibut oil for
    their dan
    Bruma
    bad temper,
    She n.is
    Any no
    "It was no juke, be Mb
    (lot a i>erfect .set .f tevth now. as
    needles." Despite her
    -.nsented
    to sit on the scales. What pro-
    has made!
    At birth io Inches
    and weighed lust undei
    at f<
    281b
    I.FS.
    ' !hi:
    d- Hackly packed with
    ty keep on with It Hut some tail trying hard lo suppress then niei-
    throuKh lack of patience in mas- liment. the last player to (Ind the
    Uni pla> baeoraaa 'it" tor the
    asd <-c~ nsxl game.
    i n rases.
    "Worn* not /*??#! Pals
    J^uladni thej it .'. HarewooQ, Pibjnma Lodge,
    llnd a pipi nd Dwioan, St. I'hlllp. Hobbies:
    i-t.momical.'
    Figure It Out
    an pull
    . ight train .it 15 mde-
    st.irnp ooUacttni and writing
    Uasil Loombe, IV
    P.ilmerston North, New Zealand.
    Interested ha stamp collecting.
    Joe Hunt, 15 Mantell Street,
    Scatoun, WcllitiKton. New Zealand.
    [On Husbands
    o You Deserve A Good
    decided
    tore
    by
    ;"od wife.'
    ,L.i.
    hythe men are asked "Are
    igood buaband?
    answer \
    mea bring
    (By Selkirk
    Son I answer l his quil
    aerii-ilv (op marks
    make you "slipper
    that s Gernum fr
    forked luislianuV
    BERLIN.
    P nds' turn
    P quizzed. A month ago
    Panton)
    I du play the fool some-
    times with your wife
    fun to,:' .
    8 Do you wipe your feet be-
    fore entering your hon i
    eworfc?
    (* Do you drop ii.
    : be cai
    xcuse yourself by arguing that
    we questioned i Maps the mot:.
    10 Do you throw your clOtbfJ
    the room wnai
    11 Do you bury voui
    newspaper when having meals
    h 11>t youi
    12 Do -ou anni h>
    taarily late foi
    "'
    |*a you mak<
    Dtlve to

    13 Do you id
    Income so that n
    14 Do you ogle
    when out with your
    Nine? KxcelUnt!
    ,i- evehy Ys to the nrst eight
    lions counts one poinl
    i em i \ ,to
    j'ou fond or children t;<.!is.
    if you acore nlns
    magazine says you an
    tut.
    No "Sir" Douglas
    LONDON. taking out naturnlization j
    Film actor Douglas Fairbanks, for some time but final
    Jr., Honorary Knight Command- against It much ai
    er of the British Empire mci England.'1
    friend of His Majesty King Before leaving for the United
    Oeorge \ .. ed not to Stales to lecture and broadcaat
    become a Hntish subject. Fairbanks told reporters
    , been considering 'My whole life's worn
    evoted to eliminating inierna-1
    tional baiTlars, and
    becoming BrtUi i abject I
    should be nphftlting :hos*
    i arrises."
    Fairbanks waa ""lighted b> thai
    King a year ago foi hia "untiring
    work for Anglo-Ann rtcan frir-na-
    ^hip.'
    At a recent film piemiere when
    the i>tars were being presented to
    the Itoyal Family, the Kiiik smil-
    ingly greeted Fairbanks, saying,
    "We don't need an introducUon.
    We are old friends.''
    Fairbanks reo i
    personal letter o) th
    bJhzabeih foi
    In helping orgariisa gtfl of fo parcels to old-age
    nd children m itutain.
    Royal Wedding gift.
    The title Sir noes not go with
    about it."' " honorary spewtotment but
    nirbej U would have bi
    marks14 It if he had been
    I
    points thl i.ded American

    mtsfestsd in ea^umghig news,
    25 mill i i and tamps.
    . Clarence Jupiter. Rudolph
    n. Humphrey, Henry I'assan (Ago
    10) vresjd sn-Hoop, West Hank
    Demerara. Intereslcl in Stamp
    l olascttng.

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    Chest ............................ 34 ins.
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