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PAC.F ll'.IIT RIRBADOS \DVOCATF. WEDNESDAY, \PRH. 19, rg, .T6<3AMBOL<3 ( %  V Mj !og= Britons Still Most lliglil> Taxetl /\ TERSCHOOL CRICKET 18 .od in al 1 Rober: -apparel elaim* 0 r mm Pace 1 W.l. Cricket Team Full Of Confidence W.I. (,'ri< k.t.rArrm-at Kaslbournr Empire Defeat red 53 lor fi % % % %  lark* 6 %  nlormaUon indicated Ul HE. a t 10 per cent above that of the nrst "We are at the moment in over1 D \\ ill Kaci' ror Id and have made | 11% IVli-r Hillori LONDON April 18. that the K< CASTBOITHVF %  *.<>n for ten As the %  College 2—1 minute* odd gnai %  i i ompleto %  • % %  oeen carried out at Lords ES and tl,. ime of tho four agaii '• brimful of %  %  %  dard, the captai: erhap* a shade avrrfident with thr party Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Noire Dame Wins Again THREE thii were played I %  %  I %  v I %  %  %  ry beftinnint: wr jtold and | :hat Bni-•xpanding satis%  %  Kven apart fl lo be in%  %  arteaa we t—to i ' ue ICfSM iii" rbtj had mined % %  Britain Between ^eptemV jmi tiw il fooa. Rowing Cup PHILADELPHIA. April 18 Wood. Australian and %  the Philadelphia sold i Challenge Cup. emblerr...World's Championship Champion John September ttMauticmy beAinning the Olympic .older of 9 ills, after' i^reed to tea. | %  tiinouncedj ihal the l %  held on 1 —Reuler 1 %  ON !•* the man Pin Striped Seme n Navj & Broun. Elegant. fr the occasion Piirvun <"< v W< i .el T f opt w l i in V i. %  rWaJO Ol %  (lIl-Mtlll) (,rr\s ;iii(l lawns Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Sire* %  \KMIV \l %  %  %  %  %  lill-%. i %  %  Trad..ijermere Old Bo) v were the centre (fating them 5-1 nment of a great deal of interest and The Old I fully occupied attendto icon• ^million of about in their honour -as. Mr .1 M Kidney (Manager) Alan < Worrell and EverFverton II %  %  %  ..reased : ti M are no rtn Bui for :h. RUSSIA DEFEATED of the party %  i %  wore: I Unudlnn i,.,,....,l, mt* *->dered ti to I % % %  • IP3 iw —** 5 M• ***** -" rrlurnnu to h.s hotel r.H, m |kft| hi M .on, plrlrh astounded At the volume ml London. Iraffle and the eon lit mU bajXta thai %  ,,u ( n i 11, trie air H Re.* I \l>\ I OH lUlslli Mi %  UNAfM %  %  %  1 Klngsley %  %  tti %  %  Don'li %  %  %  %  %  l . %  %  %  i,. aver) match. %  -. %  B %  BtoUnv %  i %  mf M. H.irns n Cr.iy • K A MM B f M 9 U 5 2 4 J ; s 4 2 S KIT i J A 19 I 4 km %  | I' %  %  %  I %  H %  : Id &f %  o I %  %  (1 %  to%  %  I %  B.II.I. Uadin I'r^iaaw %  %  %  %  %  At 110,984 %  | I (ii-in illiu— • %  M IIMIC h miirtlli.ni UM unavold able deiree ol llu'-W'un K.se-. | !*• a %  -•mi Bflai i, IU %  > III Mi-in 11 ii.t Qaarti %  ^c" 1 i Ifhuai I t" i' %  High Waati I H mm '' pm I >UKIl\\ IUIIII 'II t odriin.l'ii ml luUl fW ni.Hilb i ihM iaj 01 i" I.UI...I..UH. Hai I It-mo 1 '.'!"'• Mm Wind Mucltaa tl pm > iVhbl \ >' I I aUtoi per haw B lei || M.) 10.011 tm Superman couWn'l keep his mud on his wok! (.LOBE opem FRIDAY %  *mmL %  •^•BT*^--"." JIM. Wfflam, BALL HOIDEN ll| ini! Siilur Apr. 'i'l NA (LIB IJ\I II K 111)1 l 01 LAWUNOI Phone K4% FULLER DETAILS LATER Holoina Sauvacr ulked lo order I 6t-r. Tb ( jiudlan KinHe. each Salted Nut* ^R Im IVjnul Buller Oth lii ( remola < r.stjrd I'uuder lOe. pk. t raaaji af IVbaal a> I .i, pk Enillsh Jam* 1 I* * Apple Sauce Is UBi %  Pure I rench olive 01 IHIU. *8e. SuUon'i l-iiklfd (•* hoi. 51e. sulUiu HiMH * %  1 urraiiU S.Sc. Ii ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO: Lfl> HIGH STREET. y d tp M* 1 "*' I In \ II IX) Ii Every Time ..._— By Jimmy Hallo TrlE FATE 0BtOOFES A". C BLOTCH. i*HE SELECTED A SUIT PROS-' A THREEINCH-SQUAKE SV.ATCM-t J '. HERES A SEAuTlCuu FWTTERNwent 66TT.sa A BOLT OF IT IN ___V TWA0WO.'.'--B0T TMiS SAMPLE *aaa WILL QIVE >OO THE IDEAX AT & 9<)|j| ra VEAHI TU ATS ABOUT BJT COUCAREP TO THE SAMPLE.THE SUIT IS ATOMIC — ITS AS LOUP AS THE TOGS OF A BURLEYCUE COVMC— JUST OPENED JERSEY SILKS IN 8 PLAIN COLOURS 48 s I III I a yd. STRIPES 111 lovel> background 48 01.56 • yd. t aflord to Mht thrve U!e*l fuhloii hlu: THANI BROS. HAVE REAL ENJOYMENT BY OBTAINING 1 SMJMT THAT IS PLEASURE ALWAYS A TO WEAR FROM C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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Ni -,I) \V U'llll. 111. 195U World Sugar Market Dull NDON. .. .3. 'lit. that thmi:SS 5* .".U00 ton* BARBADOS ADVOCATE ore than 73,000 to 80,000 tons There had .he would UMI %  *. n.000 but Indi) from severe dollar Ik %  has m pu toi CUl i-i cancelled U £e Co-opfr..iu>n Admi Jluld not recognise n as qualify %  "* „kj i -n cancelKy -It is understood !3nt at Sopted in the procun thought [n some quarters in New YerK that this sugar Will ulttareo bv MPTD or at anv rate in smaller : Ihrouch normal U to—d 1919 Referring !o \ production IbJ Ciarmkov. .'ever may far the true pictu me estimate ll u itood B paign, the .uHjWtion that the crop might raetfbly %  nable quantity caused the mar%  It is pointed oul lerial improvement in European WCICORM ;s a tree and if the bMl crop In tht U S A were to ( r dl trlbutton— dm this year n llfty—vVw'd rob Cuba of ttM tlat which it would %  to come— i long tons of cane compared with 4.700.000 tons f limelight. And he is WK*T ROW: ChtircMlov, AttlMMy, B*vtntn. Mocrtsoyan. Bvm*y. SMaweMn' BACK ROW: Wooltonln, Edenov, Siracfty>*d. BvStcmi. Brendan BracKnshy AttleeHasNoTime For Fiction By DAWD TEMPLE ROBERTS LONDON. SINCE LABOUR won thtr election by a narrow margin new figures are being thrown to the top. On Clem AttUv we will have to reserve judgment again. With %  quip the ay he put himself in the little band of great but dry wits. luestlon by the famous some past blunders. •Sir WaJdron Smithers. wnether he would read a book -milieu "Socialism in Britain is destroyin^ Freedom in Britain" the Inme answered that he had little tune to devote to works of Uid his perform:.: plaining away smoothly why his Government would not resign whan defeated was as good as anything Churchill could do in quick and graceful manoeuvre. Herbert Morrison is the man in charge. Each day shows there is no doubt of that. His political protege, Maurice Webb, (the new Minister of Food) is stealing tons "of B i i\ W.I. Workers Will BV Barred From Some I .S. States YORK. oan Britlean this Spring apu Summer and give %  other U.s follow The ban ken up i-i %  work, O workers %  A larc-' labour ui Showing a sympathetic personality. Webb, (or instance, had a %  Ceienca this weeK. His answers wore courteous and (puck wilted, designed to appeal to those who prefer to talk about what people cat rather 1 I'.ehaii mystery shrowdad In the language of gobbled! gOOk. Webb, for instance, was asked whether eggs would remain i He answered that it depended on the hens. A previous and more pompous Food Minister would probably have murmured I about his department instituting Invaatlfatloaa at the source of supply which could not yet be evaluated. Britain has too ionn from the uniform manufacture of and unappetising sausage—necessary in wartime, but why now? Webb has promised that he will Ho something to improve I ajje. When asked how this plan he replied '.hat. in the UI In the %  from fllntlUtes are 26, intent such mi| %  Hew Jersey i ha British %  Now Puerto will fulfil l that pays —B.U.P. .! %  % % %  who micas to win the making the people pier this summer Aua%  : ra—-but it will be organised differently in such a way that it does not hamper the dmaj every ttlll %  '.iic cheerful. II r to d f being happier under hard ii.h spot; Herbert is happy and inti The Bijf Shot Ernest Bevm is no longer tinpower he was. Ills health has failed him. (Reporters burrleo recently to the Council of Europe meeting on hearing a rumour that Benin was seriously ill). But not only his health is failing him. He is dogged by a failure to know what to do next. Bcvin can twin; to some successes: he %  a part of the credit for the Marital] Plan; he can claim that DC founded the Atlantic reaching an alliance wi %  more than three years ago. He would rather not look at the hopeless tangle of affairs in the Middle East—where Britain's situation looked so favourable when he came to the Foreign Office Farther afield, in Asia, his reputation rests on the achievements yet fo come of the Colombo Conference. (There have been authoritative reports recently that this meeting meant much more, and "acTiieved greater things, behind closed doors, than were reported at the time). But Ernie does not know what to do now. When he came to the Forala? Office, taking over after Anthony Eden's long Secretaryship. Britain stood among the three great powers of the world. Now a policy has to be formulated on a different basis. He Is surrounded bv critic?—who also grant him a certain respect. Every where (peculation turns on who will succeed Bevin. An-' who will it be? Aneurin Bev.tn is a claimant |0 the Fornr.n I %  : election the r.real Welshman nsti been under a cloud. But it will take more than a cloud to damp his ardour. Make no mill Aneurin. much caricatured, and despite his angry tongue, is a greet and powerful fin %  %  to rant and hate from ceAbobs, But Sevan u otv Of the political la* who has to be reckoned with Those who kDOe quick imagination. Hi tainlv an "out and ouf* socialist But that does not one track mind He is quick to turn his hand to the task tha is to retrieve tough and risky As this issue has been completely sold, this advertisement appears for records purposes only CALGARY POWER COMPANY LTD. 4i% PREFERED STOCK PRICE 101 ROYAL SECURITIES CORP. LTD. ESTABLISHED 1903 A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BDOS) LTDBARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS i \ .tiii i iv.cn'. AM ..; in ran, tht feels ne has one place Wi British history, as founder of the (brat nationwide tree health service In the world, and would Uki place—as the Foreign re-directing Briti !rack in her lore, possibleWill Atuee, while he remains V r. let the : Bevan nee, with the control Lplomecy Unionists mind—which trait in well with the aatton oi the tradlttoi diplomat—but goes directly for what he wants—win or lose. If n : ; that desk li ovrrlookin. I It will probably he Del I %  l-'irison in Gorgeou Glorification i torgeous Qusaie Mono baa i her lashion for tins % % %  % %  ion than wo inches of lace trimties Photograph pective co~' %  suited to a sun dub. they win certainl] 1 Centre ('. we beg to doubt. Tin %  midriff. Future For Coffee Remains Bright LONDON. Though it has been announced in I. oflee will go JP shortly. r*0 indication of the amount has been given. If Bntwere to rise to the %  la jump of about 2per pound from the pfl STRIKE IN BREST PARIS. April 18 : ist and non-Communist Trade Unions in Brest called .t _'4 hour general strike to-day to Killed in a clash linlst •iemrmstrators and p were m hospital to-day. jureti. Police >md the. %  eked Out from the na. ft Works where police stormed ordered by the al Confedl-ibour to "repori for work" again today. At a meeting of 300 o4 men locked out leal mutual factory leader said "*' must recapture our factory E\ cr> body must be at the factory gales %  The right-wing rSKUceJ paper Aarore to-day blamed the! Communist Party for the BraM riots, but the non-Communisl Union Force tu\Tier and the Christian Workers Confederation last night joined the strike movement. The left-wing Franc-Tireur said "what the Commu was not able to achieve, brutal The I'ommunisi Party secretariat has protested against police shooting in Brest and called on Frenchmen to "light hand in hand for a Government of ". for the people." Marseilles docJatra, belonging; to Always Handy-Easy to Use! Carry it with you vrnient r-r-nthing stuffy m K ifrhandy Vldka Inhaler! I -' r-vnsil. but |cked lull o! I klmedM-alK'f •ver hOO.000 ions ol COt* t a meeting to-dav irert —Re'iter HltOAINVW SELECTION NTUNnl IVOOaTJNOI ILM pat i^ir ail Btafiaa PLASTIC 36' wlr> in V i i m,ni .v Pink If*, per yd BOY! PI v lit' BBLTB awlM BIIIW Me. too VELVET RIBBON m Bad, Black Navj sad (ireen BBADTMADl BPOB1 Wi IB FOB I WDlBt IT TBS 1NIOAIIWAV DOBSS SHOP. Jamaica To Gel Soil Lectures sii Harold Chief Conservator of f %  ind recentl) of V pared with a pre-war avenue for GerS4.000 tons) is still i i..rds and er *>f .shortage en irttet WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. An Extra Tanner VW The Pnia.v you, but in %  rd rote. %  death duties, a lew have turned their house Ing schools for young taken the line of least | and thrown open then homes to the public And II the llrst Duke %  I the Duke %  %  But now K free (bul L9H i.D. oi %  months too late, for tin New irom the Russian emit quanti%  2007. not 1950. a coneumptlon %  i v.: hurt yew ompared %  %  for world coffee prodi %  particular in ;iroductlon from old in ir.i;. ira not exIrop drustically for at %  un Airioa, MnUm has doubled II pays, to bring it up to batwaan IBM u 1305 a ton. In Imports 01 plaint in some icservinx %  %  i Jamaica •• to the publk %  but tin %  %  etionnous in nilnd the crop • ,i>; to come into prod So deliriously lijjlit! Ami von can make it Austii.i. hat left I^ndun ri Jamaica. Cuba. McxiBrufl on u.u p INC. IN B. G. 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FOtt HAJUUDOS ADVOC \T7 WTDNXSDW VPRII. • i^ K\PBUKisAAiADr£ The .Spanish Empire-I *****#-*** a v.scoTT TO-DATS SPECIAL a coim at the COLONNADE I 1* 1*5* I nt\rrst? (olhtjf %  tsfAVSSsH i -* fa send vpar* -'. Uw <44*lui)i: fa* achievements nd oi the plans for the future 4ppbeatkm. %  %  *nder-yadmrt* M one Vcsrt lf*sar*s Mawy r*** aw •r.jL* A the grw: to iw Aw i j .jve devoted i 'JJTf nt th .*! „ b. w. • M feed 'S* "U lMT -r a * WA.A E" %  *! %  •-.ft • %  %  Syr-a* tradei ./ Sad SMftMtHfti over. Ms i %  |IJ,B 2* ESSTf SSWa a**-" *r a a Tlvigji OkftT .'•tstieii of tribute or a* T**Tucie* er bessw* m rs of ,"JBV \*C*AX %  atfcu we —l •• A-Tsenea offered a sterU;.trasc w*a the Er. *: -a.-. : i the decree* of vast sSsssssttstri' .--.'..or.* gl Ice: % %  -re nJysr ease ptsairtng. MM mss. llr.iiii.ilH |pwln|nin i Liantetie** Mrf n *ey B{ • *• ti 0 it* aiU^t-ftes An pen* Aner.es wer I -a.-i.arls. per%  7 Jsftfcsi MMI* rarae at afl the talk a: fo the Brrasax Coaoor m Ma_Ks*J i LMM h _* BDssjB Ht^eal Sir Haxoad Xasrcoc 3-... ; sssj eat taB ii wmc "~ &e '-"--- BhtaThMdH tarter far Ma ITS HMd %  %  -: Isss Bunyi. a* all whites are dassed though %  iv omm b %  Aaattafc %  A-T.-. e restless ^^ J ^j S ssmsJ D ri s jp sayi ll %  " Be" milder --mor Army o d ke. -"ports ,; ^-, I : i-reacT asxec the Gover -General giM --: QOH % %  rto assess, oat jjaiH reaanreaBBMta needed' said one v ftftsl iMuso rm in .11s new crvtl post as rhrector of "-* 3M | 7S apfMBtmec*. *^*Jfrssli ssssst welcomed oy the pistol-parkaaikH . M office at K Sc-cHouse high on a hill overiooking pleasure p ess she ft U -s_c supcJbour cor. .* 'are are planned to UaVlllUANCB' '•red. ind to %  gtag and bobta.. as been cut Though out •p a %  . j*Xi t>>ou. LH1KF GWM SI . %  ..^her in any : operations. Mayoe. but a man cannot be -rouse. -ne here. Gei against a merciless and Ms a capture: res ancT ..-. %  .. . %  s, and crut'; eir blood, tunj and mosquitoes, have bsc e men feel thi %  %  1 Politically it is important not many soldiers an "'„ powers, for example, to take ; %  pers A: prcicnt T.#y must be arrested and ope: ....... %  a court or detention board Tbe autnonue* are r>t eon ideas U*Tft oecorr* old ones to the.-: .HS> *' many umes. ice a qua book. No matter -*hat *rfect answer c bacic. After tftlking for days with scores of people, getting inades of viewpoints, you can even tau self out taped Some people say it is red-taped. Trucks with armour-plated sides: 1 Top %  they would overturn on corner* The forftSt green to nre. -nd. though timber 11 never worked, local people would oh. Clearing a 200-yard tnp the length of the Siamese border is tmpotsK. • and machine-gun watch could never be ma,: hope their call for a supreme commander it tthe Common*caith's Wgsest dolla: %  %  i) 1 .= W.\LL\BA POSTS 8 and 10ft CALYANH -HEET< 24 Caup — 7. 8. 9ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6. 8, 10 ft AT inuamoM & HAYNES CO.. LTD.. % %  *( % % % %  u C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. "HONES MU. 44^2. JbflT 9* 1 % %  t i CATStU %  -. -•REAM Or WBSM CONDSMSSD SULK ISS ;ACK 'TTRAWS .... O FtlLTT CVBK.'. •UJSW PEAS THISBS BAYS PLVlAPPUE JCICX %  a a at oxo cvssta DBLO riGS STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. *.-.-.' S,-.-S S*Y*Y **S "'*''*''*'*'' "-'-''' -'•'•'''''•'''•'•'''''"'''' '''''? '^d %  fa..-..numerous ... have KtftOOfi of V is, to him %  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 / Te There is r.o answer yet in the quiz book. -ILK > in lt< .• in i %  oideraUon m fixing the quartthe same vsiMqusBt hardship artsl title* of sugar to be covered i many Wf-• is eftay to v. •*it. on behair tft* ft" %  : s regards should at the susar —sa ft si i ssos ear! • %  •vans** a %  standing on la: rubbish -• of the gt-r I and < be %  guaranty. %  ssS thi .<' %  *sasu--. August, when u i %  ceivable depr* power YOl! V"^ 'INE CUTS T^~ ^r*l! !\ Of Tender Nutritious Meats. tOlt YOl 'II PARTY!! Swwl Martini Koyal Club Gin Win., Godda.d. Gold t' %  j Notch Cocktail Onioni, 3>MMIM! Cockl.,1 Sausagn FOH YOI'H PKT! IM m\\ D(M; CHOI lb B.R 90c. CmDBAMBS % 



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ir V I-|I.V. APRHI"'930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE 0.000 People I Bathed At fl eV Orleans — iHt PEOPLE have ail's* M* ""'"" Public 'SS.-e'rs it ihi* bath can be 1 • I n^olf. %  " football ifiLSTaunni tha cvenmg KKS at mght. benellt. tSLulSof houses 12 showers *jsi.mr.ei It open, at 6.00 '"ft s the only public bath k J%id that remains open %  MO P m _, WEST INDIAN KnltUm %  I at Coleridge Street will if, the arrival ol 17 more Kf machinery Is awaited. Er MM needles can be seen E, m the Knitting rwpart*7a MillThere needle, are £2imn 13 knitting maSrJuch produce many bolts Ej,ond floor they are 14 S, Tjchines-vano.is shapes. 5* !" manned by alma, girl f!U do the packing and Sung The articles proIhis floor are gents' and underwear, men _. Many ol the girls are %  JltD t learning to operate the EL ""0 "">' arc lakc on at u be taught fcKarp. ho is in charge L. swelling, drying and dye*nrr.cnt. told the "AdiroHZerday that when the Mill yjited it will fin? cm ?i oy n over 200 and ot these It 1M ..I he girls. He pointed IBSO-P I the girls employee Knowledge of dressM ulule others do not ,B Bernstein ol the Knitting .went, said thai he is busy BU designs lor men s mm^He has already produced aiflcrent designs. When Mttaury arrive, he expects Int. even more. %  .Bernstein said that the deiftjt he is nc .. %  creating were r lam before—not even in ItA. He pointed out thai his I the L'S A. was creating rlen tee knittinn section and kt hid created his design the b Mills followed. I1L MASSIAH performed an iulopsy 'on the body of rM Beckles ol Blades Hill, St. %  MlOOpm. on Mol guest is flxed for 11.00 a.m. orrow. % %  was found u: brie/ Vale. SI. Philip in un %  ckms condition. He was I la the General Hospital and few hours latei N on Monday. \tuni:NT occurred at : |ner of McGregOl and Itroau between motor 1 by Jerome Car PAGE FIVE 'Silwta^^^ lu s? 1 ^ss ss "* G i d co s, • sie a L !" *•"••*• •• In the picture Colonial PnU !" !" <•">. Police procedure at the Hen ..,.ge. at the Police Colfese '" e 1 -T m rac, !" ! Si Attwood St. Peter Cycle Death Lewis Resigns Inquiry Adjourned Development THE INQUIRY into the death of George H Diamond Corner. St. Peter was adjourned until I yesterday by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coronet of District "A" ,, G eo r ge Boyce died on Sunday, April 16 al Hospital from injuries he received when he was i in a bicycle accident on Church Street St %  >,.-,, „ n Saturday, April 15 about 5.50 p.m. Unemployment In Jamaica h Big Problem ORE FLOI/R ARRIVES pointer" it Barbados from Halifax . it discharged 1,365 %  flow and 1,0)1 k PURL Bull. * ve ; t,i la, evening lor %  JM Mers DaCosta ao., are ... ale And Wills V H ONE oi the chief problems confronting .1.. Iliv u me question of unemployment and the House of Represen BcltiriK busy recently tucklm* the tt C H ">. luFederation of Civil Service Associate >' bean area told the "Advocate' %  •l'Stt.''),l. Mi Dtckeon WM MI .inv.il reeantq Iron Jamaica tot Service Conference and t "The Rtok", St. James. He .said that they had .housand1 unemployed and up b ('.oveinineiil had not IKF evolve any .scheme other than iy M3IH,. temporary one to overcome the nKtc< of jdifllciiltv. Land. SpOOner'fl Hill. St.' The entire House of Rei %  L and a bicycle ridden by < lives had ,; „ito a vSeile of Bank Ifnll Cross Committee to consider pll put forward tional Party for Ui evil. They only had I m—flnp. but nothing definite had i The Party was however definite that thi be able to come to Mint 'Aiiich would have tha advantiuja of curing the evil. front wheel ol thi bicycle cum,. HBALL is now a daily game I the Princess Alice PlayUd. Since ihe grounds were ". lew ni i there, bir.' now Un %  n on ho he playing field 1 HO o'clock every mortoottali is m full wing on Itunds by the pork, drugs and Lyle Co. • Undon Con !" poilrni LORDON .ti, %  '''' Tl ''"' .. |.i iv..ua a i-ipital of £loo to e. aisist or take e flevelupmem. i-xten"rr.vinii „„ ,|„ %  fattr,. i„, nu i wgar and un; "• maiiulaclvir. r [" %  STf"?*' oml?r 8M 'rom !" %  >'< %  hiving-olT. It %  ""* %  •' %  u-iiii.iiv ,,t Tato : 18. — B.U.P. I*' Bonus For ^Su K arW orkera £* Production bonu." %  "*" or leer, haaend| 5"JP'hg-Parar > „ s strikeif or !" -* , 'ooW.rr.en to, the amj-^"' Worker.' Union %  K.'"" minimum bonus %  all.1. Union Jj*sOnTodav ELITTi "" ie rlL prn M v -' :.ep.m. Qee,t p^ thr A CoinniisMinH-r In Jamaica. Mr. Db I that they had a CoinintSMonci (nun .'., i. rho nakle > i %  Service. That report h,.ti been ptibll not yet Implen rnment, but the live HI its %  %  Her footing. On account of the high %  lenerallj eccepted to be too low and while the Hepoi't of the Comi o far enough. yet it was tclt that ii would be a step in the lifh would leave room for (UI provements M UttU pM • iT*| tourist NMon, Mi Dk had been a particularly good one and added that a large amount of 1 dollars had been left in the colony j by the thousands of tourists who i came down during the noteli. bu % %  %  ; had also %  influx u| visitors. Rum Goes To Bermuda Dr. W. Ki formed the pott mortmi irrUned the bodj of en u Qeorge Boyce, Hi There wore mai; :he head and %  with clots was noticed. The brain was damaged and to the skull con at the back of the head and coi tinuina: lo the rront Both lungs %  normal The liver was pal mal. In I %  fhage.' %  %  iboul B.40 pjn h> i. Church Sti Peter. (1;!it occ u r r ed be/ UN inchei Iron gutter pointing In the country. He showed him blood %  from thileft gutter on —Tha FatherDiamond ( Has his ,. 15 about 5 p.m. when he left his About 7 pan daj be taw bun ;it ti.' n an unconscious state. naming he went to th? hospital and saw his D> lying in the Hospital where he Identified it to Di Ken Selvm Oilk->s said on April IS about 5.48 p.m. ha wards th< %  %  heed him "what tha nl both fell toll %  After Boyce fell he conscious, havim: %  road. The other rider uhom hr recocnlted A% Sonn> i.nit received a rut over hit risht eye. Wtt* U* help of i.lIn-r> he helped to lif l ejee hreai the ireead bile i eai which took him to Hr Clarke but itr. Clarke a^ n.t ,>i beam tail the> at onri* loi)k him ti thr (general Hospital. Ait. i he left U %  % %  tatlon and than went m re thi ant occurred with Sgt. Con ,. luni Three Cyclbll Council Post lur Lewis, brother of of Hon'lile Alan Lewis, member ol Council of St. Lined his appointment to the Colonial Economic undL who is i professor at Manchester University, wrote in the Manchester Ouordita of March 16: %  "Socialist" in the to he dishonest pre a alrn the report; rendering to South African policies, which : %  Rlltlni to the 400.000.000 colil thV Empire : to mark my disgust. 1 %  B jtrmji LEWIS, %  %  TheCampbeUs Leave In May HON-BLE P r O.B.B., Acting Colontal Secre%  to be in %  "nt to Tanganj up hii dutiei as Ai lonj i will lxleaving May 13 ... and will %  d to take cross a few das ut if time perhoped to 1" call on the Department ol transnk them the Lnvaluabli %  I %  struct'i %  h ill, he was huping thai %  I %  i watchlnj bvhlle In ties of nlola*se^ lm Hallfax. Bermuda and Toronto, rum i] cargo for St. Lucia, left the by S.S. "Lady Id ThiRodney" arrived earl> during the day from British Guiana via Trinidad, bringing M|boranBoyceeeh'ridlni i passengers and | few package nf going In % %  n Hill st /alkmg on Church So 15 and when she reached Mr. Jordan's hou %  ide of the road she saw Selvm Q rgo nun BrlUsfa Ouiani shampoo, pat* from Trinidad par, while fron peas and fre*h fruit wren The "Rodney" is coi Uaasi Ltd % %  Ut'i.W a, 7" ; am. ; 5 Bin Fuel Here of charcoal, copra, cocoanuti and ITI St. Lucia yesterday by i;iini 8 '' From Trinidac. Install 40 tons of coal in bulk and household efl hooneri are to the Schooner Owners' Association. WITH AN BATTERY ..... % %  %  %  ; Hie Of th, %  %  1 cams %  !'. %  : %  %  %  said on April 15 about %  ln| up the same road riding i of them %  the right. The ri-a %  %  %  A New School Geometry vd. i IK A.I..J. i .IIIUM-IIO To all interested lo lind a written by a West I;: West Indian ex..: the difficulties of West Indians taken into account. •macho has i i earful In his task. Hi produced a logical nq troQucing the subject infoirnall) and passing on to a formal pres*ntation In keeping with modern ideas, he has reduced the number Of esseir.i.! stressed the practical side, with an m construction wisely not separated thi and theoretical ri them into a harmonion The book has with eaaanl m dark print Plentj %  %  bold diacj. marked. A reature of the book is ;he numbei of worketudent. The hints give. show an understanding of the points which cause a schoolbo> difficulty. I imagine it would he a particularly useful book. Vol. I. Consists of th i'.irt i ki sn Informal by draw and 3 n formal approach leading to and Pythagoras. Certain rmaU criticisms occur to me. The boo introduce the subject To mv mind however, the rapidly. Chapter 2 In partlcuhu introduces a gp without much i i proach of ports 2 and 3 could calculations to icisms could be .: on a l,ok such as Unrolls reci nm %  could well %  •. %  %  : %  1 that when tWO 1 %  %  %  % %  '. %  %  Pyihagni. UM ion* "iild relegate the i the True, will be included in V. %  i .•red In Vol 2 and I ;. %  vonum I C QUBR] i Puisne Judge For Windwards And Leewards % Yon. Our lamttan Cttravondtni LONDON. Mi. W'lham Adrian Date. Chief Windward Islands, lias been made a Puisne Judge of tha Court of the Windward ward Islands. His apwaa announced by the Secretary of State for the Colonies .-ek. v was born in 1908 in e.renada. He was educated at Grenada Boys' School and Lodge School. Barbados. Called to the it.it it the Middle Temple In 1930, he was in private practice in Grenada and at St Vincent liefore being appointed as a Magistrate, sub-Collector and District Officer in St Lucia In 1833. In 1939. he noted to be Crown At%  Vincent and was trans%  Uimalca as Legal Draftsman in 1944. He took un his present post in 1947 Lnemploytnent figure Rwluced In B.H. %  Urbadoa AdvocaU Uoirwpoi-lfnt BELIZE. April 17 Hon. Johnny Smith. Paoplai Committee leader, who led the light against the devaluation of the British Honduras dollar early this year seconded, a resolution by Hon. Wilson |(C Milhan grateful Appreciation of the I.e. icil to the* British Government for helping British Honduras m its immediate needs and allowing the colony 25.000 tons of sugar. Uon %  Governor RonaLd Qnrvwj itatad that the unemployment colony was reduced to 1.599. The emergency *ict dciarod on -till enforcable though anti-devaluation unreal MT i month) but rmed report stated that klUva Council may lift the ban on the publh Learn from the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, 'DETTOL' THI MODIIN ANIISIMIC Dmiormr . .Va-pn'MM Dtun'l Pmm . Ojtml \t*m •J JIINI Rrrriveti A LOVELY J ASSORTMENT OF EASTER EGGS C CAS1T0N BROWN! WliolosoW & Rated Druqgial 136 Ro.bi.ck Si. Dial 2813 eVW Fresh for your Pets ! PURINA DOG CHOW FIR1NA RABBIT CHOW n Jjor Jonet & Co, Ud. Distributor*. Airfield For Jamaica Filmland HOLLYWOOD. Kingswa ennounI Ihrwood tnat they havn i U s air iMise in Jamaica, for rtlm prooucuon and will ba | there on June 1. %  % % %  i. Kmgswood's llanaaar, said that the agreemenl glvaa Klngawood uaa of equlpn i sveral bun* %  ins of pounds— including bousing .itmmmodatIon basO) which cu\ 700 acres. Arrangements have been made with Ragle-Lion for work on 12 nima In Jnmaica —B.r P COOLING & KEFRESHIMG c. I IN Oil Director From Trinidad of TrimLtd Mi itutf Mn MUITBJ od Dl Mans Kug%  I tt, a Petroleuin .ii arrive tnu % % % % %  II from Trim%  negotlati ernment for a In oil here. TALKS END IN HAVANA HAVANA. April 18. an Agricultural t i log yesterday, adopted a %  iing the orgai i undertake to stuctj furthering the ertabush%  d that all Houafng %  latlon to .. %  i %  % % %  In k the rear %  e ground. He r;' inscioui man a* %  %  %  %  %  ttotbej %  Ident. ematnber if thei %  i road uhen the accident <-< Uld not YOU GIT INSTANT STARTING AND LONG LIF: MMMMMf la 1 HIIH f 01 a I mm MODERN Wardrobes Dressing Tables Dining Tables Morris Chairs Tables to order Complete Suites MM >I.MI.-I -.ni YOUR THEME FOR GRACIOUS LIVING YOUR CHOICE IN FINE FURNITURE ivlnl 111 meel your needs us practical, vet reallv you'll want modern! You'll love the eleijantl.ve a really election ol mtemporary pieces and suites . . • furniture (rorn ex|>eri makers in Intcrattlng woods and textures (or you to mix with traditional pMeci or use exclusivelv. Come in to-dav and see ilus inpiring collection!


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PAG1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY = ==:1 g O*" tj-V.-0-* CTY: ^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^ ^ MV NEW ,> %  r\iv.\o\ Tin* llfcfdlc* . LOOK ALIVE TH|i* ) 0 "VOL. -SAB ME'MA.y rt*v MfRE .oiJ MORE :-A"-:E %  you KNQH, II -I %  I — %  1 \ >J IHE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER 0U1? I BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGF MC.MANUS %  A %  KIRB BY ALEX RAYMOND 1 V ."^ %  r IT WlSXT H "1 -IN. mvnw ^•i* THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES > %  i : % %  • % ** flUl* % .' .^ o Pit* v* %  •-' ^o* %  V' %  M.HM.M1AY. AP |j| L| l/.i /if/v A^j, SACROOl IS THE HOME;. %  m THE FAMOI'S Rt l„r SPBAIN8 .V KHFS III I'UNACTS LIKE M\GK On SjJe at . ALL DRUG STOB KNIGHTS LTD. Ij-irn" W Eub Glands MadeY* -Vigour Rened Without Operai u Blonde or Brunette you (Ml "U baforyour tk* i nr. brin KDd phnkaJma will find "'*U|lMiiMg W ITU and Fro %  Ir-mi. m %  In the morning, bcf": 1 f^lQ Pond's •n Amrlrsii roiMllraldlaro !" ^^ luui gland prtir>nn. 11 M %  >W ircAWMBL In taMal form. dlZ Unerlcan t>-lor. Abaolutarrlia to in"". bn( LHP nWfMtMfi •rial inHKoumior known u %  >. ,.i dirii}">n vow -* %  -*= itnl nnrsna. nuliy powar na VIBOW 1B H tlfi ,,,-. of lu >< iturU MOMMI lrtfM your Main powar, aim" vaalght oltrn Imin"'.. nauHQ _i mn laatod and prnMhi D America. U 1 Mi MHM %  h.mUU hfir. li'I Vi-Titalt, t.tmiat today. Pi H ">UM**| '.|f |mpro*'in"tl m -1 1mn% %  nil iKilile. which lanijMn ...,.ruu >a %  UM itfull r.f vtfour Mt0 Z / hack on return -if trajil v|.Tab£s" it's NEW PARKER cb? the only pen with the V£W rEATURES N£W PRECISION NEW esAuir a Htw POT04 li 'LLC M* %  .OV|*NOR • Ntn PU-GIAII lW\ '•• ,UPfLT %  ; %  %  %  i I / u)tfi£dii moot uhm&d pen, I'KKiv Hilh K..II. ,1 CM| < .,!. wuh LMtelai i .P 'i is lt>Mribulur> lur Itffctfcl \. B. Bmi>N .V -l\[BAaBAOOfi I I I *. P.O. la 11 BcMftlnra. Do Restle sloal vour Sice T !!..! nill not Ui von ,.1. i nine llcl li .!< Lit .i "i m netW i meat. il n.n in niiilcn.* M'Ut 4 Iron rich In HKllhin i KM -ililileva |. %  %  ihe ideal niul !( %  •' "t %  1 %  Drink tfeftctOHS OVALTir^ll for Deep Revtf'ul SleefY .... • UK rest III DEAR! MY COOMU.XG ALWAYS O.K. uilh u -FLOHES& ;i NUGGET •SHOE POLISHES / %  HkACK • 0RK MOWN • MILITARY I a, N %  IkUi. d*. h FLORENCE STOVES| in I. 8, 2 4l-Hurner OVBNS Donbk & sm B lt i i FLOBENCE STOVE Is tba H* !" Qaallljr, Ecoaom) mi CtoaaHai* ll\ GARAGE TRADING CO,



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ajJMBSDAY, A PRIL IK. i.-. CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl "' !" I1AKII ADOS \l>\ . Vflrlon H,trli mother), Charles Samuel Ut ^'^oo^ App ^^-^-"-. Telephone un IS 4 30-on "£25 '•"" •*"** by obtaining order. 'of private Clrutma. Car** from """•fr*-**/ Mo orenou. ejoaarlw.. _*~'. wni# tod., (0T i. i-SLS 0 ** *• """• irge,t re nl^^^. PU, ^ V ; """^ —--on. Jcoee, WiuiM., fc (^ ^ victo.i. %  >'" %  ITow ao. la,,,. %  • 4i "* CLUB SECRETARYSHIP VACANT: *wrt-o*-Spaln. Trinidad which tw^iw. 9S l5£ IS 1^M" Hall Flat No Church. Pullv n.*S A... Chni llvOrooiii %  >•. VtTandnha <> "II mno>m rt>n 1*71. riooklfui The wo ^letter* r>Ul MT ;i4.S0-,Vi. J^a^idrrrS-!!" <• OFTICB-Ono OfTIco over Sonii^-, l.undry Depot Mwhll] .Slrt*t ApH, Snutaxy Laundry Co. Tel a?*? 31 1 JO—I f.a CULIHTNE 1'rtri.B. Bnh.h. ft fill) fiunlahod. ranunl'i; room.. Prlcidairf^KI all nwxlcm convnnlnMnt tor Mny. Junntori|| the („. thereto, (urvliur tcard only ir^ nd j w,,n %  •" %  *• r •• I*I %  '.r pmn oi whot dntri •Itall ,.,„ ui> P !" un And all p n indcoleo t.. % %  an rnqunttod to nrUta ihcr (h-MMtura, without i ol March IBM the Ertal* o( SMul A sKn:-i %  i K IOII KALE AUTOMOTIVE Daihihebo. for tht 1 June and HI T. fioodtntl. Sin-,|[. i. %  %  %  CAP%  *• Aiirtln A-T0. dnmngcd in fjddnl rw -1* by auction on InC*arM) Caraae on Friday Ihla woek HjJpm. mXOX AHI-VDON If 4. f*-ln THl' K >ne 1031 Chevrolet TrutK in %  M ontar. Tj-re* rood. Hattery new Applf A. noddliut. Itank Hall Cm*. %  aad % % %  .. REST COT Or. S !" W.i, i ell 2 Btrtroonui fumul*.! | %  DU1 3K6 HOUSB-In Pine Hill, fully tumlatinl. from July to octnoer InchafJ i provnd tenant R o o aonable rent AAIIIDob King • P.KCT3J C.ATES—Naw Gaiderui Ptilly %  tall houte (<.r im MJV (Ui uitalHe f-.. %  loa Heal Katt.tr Atfrncv Ota Hotel txa. Telephone JOB. 4.Bo-9n NOTICE i,.,.,T ,n : lenderin,! %  %  %  %  i %  For Sul""Coftf BMkabk' (..%  %  h'.,tr.. %  1 CUS-Cbw Chryaler Sadnn Cor. Hi DM***-li:i Car. t1> PlimoiKh Sedu %  aid li Hard Sedm Cm Applv: c o rntono|jtnn Onmjce. Ktf.L > lotke. 19 4 SOJi VAJt1HI tJune i Fordaon 10 e-t %  HI Van mllaaa* under 9.000. ownei •rlYaa la rood rondlUni. for vtewtnv Irke Wll CO or WM ofrttAppflake A neanf. A-'IMI nmina. Haifltoxt A ic. . m to I? noon dally in .N Sn CAS. %  HP %  Anoiy U Bulldirur Teleplion. IB 4.50 3n CAROne Autln M up Saloon 104 |pl m really Rood order. Cole & Ci 18 4.50 4n CASW G SporU Model, In food RKJRICAL IWRlOtRATOP Mew IM* Oaner;,! H '"on Pert with ruamnlee % %  "* 19.4.M 3n JUTTrllc Mixnts Thera | E5r.,S* J hrm TO -r>AY M -; WTOHNSON i CO. I.TI>. R 18 4 So— an i£ - 'II Tnormuihlared Filly by [rj*"*' "> Auarua. HOT Dam iTf %  ****""""* Apply (J i. ;LLANEOUS pm C hina, olq Jow-ta. "ne SUvar ^**f* wl_ boo*.. Map*. AuloAnop. M^ Tn Rood condition I fl PJHLU !" I !" V pump at Bel AH TOVl PAHT8 Flam* ^ Wkk. Wlck-Camer., Flam. i utnrrka, Oeneratora, and olh Auto Tyre Co. TrafaUat t M -t.f i l^i !" "ra-nFj:' ^f-mc. ^i.'SSfi plpe SSe. to fj 08 I1AJU.KH i CO LTD SIN t f n S VKIOKMINTS I Am. 4 V all drun A tarty 16 4 !-ari K*^ SET ^ rin a R "- Crock SBi T.'r*' d "n> Al* TEA %  % %  Wt %  ... i further ahJpntaii ut i P*y Which w, will And our TS WOftM TY1U'P A plewaii atnl reliable prepm' n thiklran from woi19 4 SO—Sn 'i* rui-vnillon of aea. oar "i I ;' F. Harrlaon A Co. Ltd 19 4 So—In %  'o. i:t" Metal edm %  %  IK both with ko>- tompleU 194 propriiy eon%  Una of 0 arabkt acre* of land and a in (tnrey Wall houae ;ih one Hi propertr ronltid ol 30 acre* of land and I auac. with Bovl. wal" and eli DA IK. '* CO LTD. Broad I 19 4.1 -II JJ lJMttH For Weddinci or I !" "**. HATS and HAKDl.4.S0-an. vr„ \,i'£ al Hloiehei, Ke[ %  || tat^L-if** 1 K,u P"na. Y<> %  a"^w ^ ""In troubUa until Mar %  jffTl th t hw* ' '*• tiny %  Jeem from inoar HM pwiliie ^ "'" —" *'!! ClllOOth or ^dertn UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON THURSDAY 30Ui by order of Mr. Frank Sweet we will aell tut Kumltiu-r at N. 1 -'Majr.. Quarter*" Wtdah •JUurui and Dmwliui Raun> Furniture M Btrch and Far oonairttrut ol HcfrevWo Dltunc Table. Uprfcaht Chain. Mom. Setlec and Arm Caaur. Cabinart. Side and Cofle. tainted Craam and Orren Mahog. Doaka. Tea Trolley. Floor Lamp*. Gbua Wara, Simmona Double lt*dttud and ?in*. Dwp SlNp Uatu-aM. Drwartni Tabla with Larwe Round Mirror. Chcta 1 iani Top Table. J Burner Florence Oil Stove. l un*Wafnal %  aotita m n Klk ha Tablaa ^i1 lither Itcma Bale 11.30 o'clock. Tornia eaih. BRANKF.R. TROIMAN A CO Aurltanerrs. M -i fet. REAL ESTATE BUNGALOW at Nv Gordcna. Stan BjRr conrtruried. Thrae Bedroom running waOar. All rnodarii G^wge. Sruit tree*. I Clarfcr. Phona 4430 R U> I l| M %  Arrhi REST HAVEN" Hi IV. i Small llitaw. all convenience*, nra baarh and bua. Low u.-. •pecHoii on pnemlara at any unn rhune Owner at Jlht 10 '" -TlrE BERWICK'' Sltuale In Two M,lHill. St. Mich.... IT.ngB Mjuare feel of land TKhot, ountnlna drawing and dlnlrut rooma. bedroom., pantry, k lie hen and uaua OMOM Water and EUx-tric light vaMta* room In the yard inapoctlon on appl ic a tio n on tna preml•ea to Mr. Wnakaa the ict.M Tho abura Will be art up for aato a I Public CoraprtUion at our office In I ucaa Street. Bridgetown, on Friday the Slat April Barbados Youth Movement %  ell and bul 1 • lo hrli> I'Oltkalo* [all. %  %  a . . Mail closes A M :. 11.45 (e) Wed 2.00 P.M. (f) Sat. 9.00 Barbados PJ1 Monday 5.18 Thurs. 9.45 AM. Sun. 9.45 NOTE. The mail (c) despatched Lttvei Jajiaml I'M. despatchttl on Thursdav States arc the quickest. Canada The position in the case of air mailMails despatched on Tuesdays na Ti on the following Friday P.M. Curacao An Mails for Curacao wilt l i and Thursdays. Plane does not call M Jan. Oneral Post Office, !8th Apri. 1950. 19.4.50—In OUTWARD FROM TME UNITED KINGDOM: i' am Due BaVbtdOi Uvtrpool MU3 Manh uth Apr. ..uulon 7th Apr. 251h Apr. Uverpool 15th April 28lh Ai.r HOMEWARD FOR THt r\lTKl R09QlWatl For liOndoti Closjai IStH April 13th \ n AMH> HELP A JUNIOR CLERK for our l.i.mbi %  %  %  %  lelter and In peraon o( %  IS.4 50-Sn %  ..''.-I %  1 UaUad U9 Ltd Appl> !,.! %  %  the KfU April MISCELLANEOUS %  I'IIIIIMSal€-.-Conid. REAL ESTATE %  I 'et up for *ale at public iin Mil; • %  x hou.w i formerly the %  the P-rlah ..f S I nth the Lin iiinlng by admearuremenT %  I.KI II o'llo. %  Irafurther particular, -md Condi • cxyrnji cATFt>Ri Aco U • H ln AT the offlce ol the under*lgn#d on Friday the Slat InaUnt al 2 p.m. a) %  01 'hare. In the WEST INDIA HIXJUIT CO LIMITED 07 •liaraa In the BARBADOS HKE IN. RlTtAN I 4J -luu-e* in the WEBTMNDtA RUM REFDVERY I.TD in the "AIUtAI I Til %  CAIUtrNGTON 4 * rOefl and land thereto conThe dwelling hoiae whlcn M i rub•vied rta"*w-;i b g i^claea IKjWNSTAna. Spacloua raol veran0 aldaa. large drawing arii eo*. laidrr roam, '.en and aervanta' room 1 S bedroama. toilet and %  U| -i..r:: .. the houae. aa well aa ipackiia back yard nid fruit treei YARD UiTVe garage and > %  %  .nh Mr*. Walt. > e 3SU e aucUon on Friday the V* ,.in. 1000 at 3 p.m. at the undenigned from whom furiher parti' ulara and randlUona of uii%  ll 4 so an-.d %  SUNSET VIEW-Bock ley lAdfain Ing BI.UE WATERS', on Hie land >:d< of law road facing the Bay -.iih 13.40 aquare feet ol land Including the Ian acroaa the rond running to the water' dge The houae conudna ver an dah, drawing and dining room, three •>-!:i anr day—Phona 0300. Mr .a wilt ba art up to public competition at the ofBca of the uJaSer. .igr.ed on Friday, the Hat al CARRDK3TON Or SEAI.Y. i KM BOraM SI S SO-lSn. COMING SOON Handy Htttfl r..n.i'.. '..i i Jimt the thlrac to in* on one "f >our Hotpkitc Boiling Hing.. 1*K1K OUT for ... II PAl'S 10 ADVERTISE Mr. I't.is.iul VOU I UI HAVE i INI iv-l U D IMIIII IWISKIKS 1 O IIMIII II itMir.uiif Un4tfwrltan M-iil .11 -.|r..l I IK %  Oil SALE "MAJtiSlOW eh, | rdns-Room, Urge kiiclien. Bultery, i ..ii Balconia OuU • 1 DM Month e Further particulars. | ill < IOII SALE For further particulars apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD-Agcnt.. % %  "Oil KALE HOIST SPOTS III IMUM. SITES Cash or Easy Trms From 10c. per Sq lool up KM and WATER BlRTICn AVAH *l PtCKWICK %  S. lrUEND8R3*>, Tloiherwl Turning. St. Muha.l. %  %  >.\D, St I. WEI ••iSTON %  viirhael. MOTTLE V, %  IB99L i aMT, iiri.'.. Canadian N ational Steamships IM IHItlM S|, %  AltY NE1SON IADY nODNEV %  "' I Rarbadoe Barl> 0 J 0 ,.^ .. Iltn Ap 1^,,, AD3-d Apr 9Jih a BE* ^!-^ JM lull Ith i :, j :>NEY \1Y •%  LADY RODNEY I-411Y NEI 'i>*J >DNEY tin Ha gth Jim, rrth Jun. Boalon SBW Apr. %  lota jun tn |uhf "in tua ISih Apr. ?l-t Jun 10th July Bill Aug in^5tubi#ci to change without oollea. t hen Paeeeneer raiea and frelahl i:\ VYIOY Standing on nearly ', Acre, rum marlng ""npletion, having Three; %  %  %  fully tiled I %  %  A fuurth Bodri %  Viewlni -piMiin to RALPH A. BEARD Hardwood Alley pnone 4683 or 8402. 19.4 HAIIIIAIIOS UAL ESTATE \I,IMV Phuiir ;:t:iti 0sK4M "ttlfrtS I Intel Ltd. I y, . INDI 8TRIAL ('OMMKKC IAI. KI Mill Ml\|. < OKU [j | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent,. HE. tJUL, TIIAXSM-LA.-VTIOt'E fRENCH USE Nuiltny |0 MLS,, 1 IGNF.\pn| lS'h. 1850 n J SR" M a> ii: In, 1950 "UASCgUNE".. June 28l!i. IMO April \|ul Ma> Ma) Julj Sollaitg io i'lut'touln !950 :iith. 1SIS0 13th. 150 31st. 1850 5th, I960 Koi tuither particulars apply to :— H. M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents. i O K SAU 'BLUE VISTA' OCIVII> Uy wdl-butH (all with Mania and %  ••„., % %  I DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M. BLADON, \ I Ke^i K-Ulr AgenU \n< teSBf PHON1 440 V. |.) ulionrrr-.— Mir\nm% ri IM \ nONfl III II.HIM. WANTED Fox Employment with the Pan-Ore Steamship Co. Inc. (Panamanian Mag) a very limited mimlter af . A i Seamen Seamen !!• MOM Ortttan e noor.i ('hiel C %  .n |ierH. iiarge iiapeis irioniaU stating expei, '-,-. %  I • .. On no in DA COSTA & CO., LTD f0& ^ This pure rich milk powder comes In large 12-lh '.ins al M.4 pi Un. a haixly and team powticN-,1 nUk Tor the famiiv Dairji kgba#1 -jaiity Cow's Milk, and procattjtd su that all th-nat.w^i vi1 n iimv flavour of rraah Cow DIKIXIIONS Mix QEM heaping tabb Dairj -iiy hall pint (Va pint) or en liquid Poi rxira goodness, mix and teava in n aratl li no h-" Honour I I 'v. | Milk n ..f full cream mm, . nnd those Ca>4a. 991 MAFFC0 *lleta. Arthar A Da 1 >ill.ii Mr*-.. 1 < s at i..a )'•>( % % %  • a Ca. 1.44 -uiria. -.-it a ca P ^ GENUINE PB CKOnN CISC! K Alt ~ I.QIS ttll 11K WITH BMM OR WHISKY.



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T" \\' > %  1 1 ii • > tl • y April l |38. Sarbauos #uuixcate Prire: IVE CENTS Year S3. BRITONS STILL MOST HIGHLY TAXED W.I. Earn $3,000,000 For Britain — Jh Three Months (From mir Correspondent). LONDON. Till UT.ST IMHKS .Hid I'.-lnmas played their pan in aaralni over three million dollar* for Britain in the >rsi ,„yniliN of this \4-ar. That was the Mini paid b> r j, an tourists let tWO rklilHon d>s erii si-s round the r.nl.'iean IM ,m lm, r "Muurelaiiiu" and Uvo shorter cruises tfhrttrteen days each. Russians Flee* Soviet Zone n( |i. April 18. flnvm* a '"'' B") .,-! night Into import %  '' Ml %  %  : the uniform <>i a first lieutenant I ulder inogua '( %  %  the Am%  Nuremthere at JJO P ID .,,!• % %  men were mm reported %  Bchwebeeti 10 pjfbioutl nj %  ' hour later Though ao official i on. tyn has I" :i ,n <" tWO in -.1 doubl they newhere In tne Anwtinir %  %  —Reuter Ports "' cell Included } Pi I ..f Span. Nl KJ nui Jj. c amount spent "i fares, which was over one 'in Liiu pounds. Amehron tounsu 0 ipenl about E30.n00 at .*,ie %  %  %  -. shops and showcases. Ph • %  •Maurrljata" returnerl tc ktt go into dry dock before ret %  relce Her -I'.'.nu described the cruise proI'l.iininiM .i big -uceess. Cxinard B .nderstood |UeU> pleased with the venture and provisional pfcBfi I -ed to be drawn ui shortly ior a further serin ol cruises early nexv yea THIS is a panoramic view of the m terminal building at Seawell In the foreground of SO feet and from thp centra Monasteries IK Woman Agent ShelteredSpies To Live in Nevis j AudMurderers SAYS PRAGUE RADIO Has Bought Coconut Plantation I Truman Refuses Brace's Resigdation WASHINGTON, April :8 % % %  , i to KCtpt Jamr* Bruce, '•< % % % %  oi the Unite Stales AM was oitu-iaii) announced to-d There had been reporti thin the i to lake : orer as Ambassadoi m London %  ben Mr. Lewis Dough rt for heall Today the President's Secrei slay at utel). 1 ri Bruce wafted to return in private life now ihit In i set ip an or%  MaitJ American nillitan supplies uvtl ir,. — Renter '"Wi> Our I'tndoti Co mportdrta > LONDON, A wartime British -ecret agent. Mrs. Mary Arrigo. leaves England life in the Weal hulas She has bought a I i'.i HI m UH .bland of Nevis In Ibe Leewardi Her in. tentiun is to establish a cottage I COtonj on the island. For this purUj been buyon; 'urnituic m Ixmdon. lain Arrtsjo who hi M verioi rle-oi.iioi and 11 Malta In i this ver I ie,4M damasjss 11 %  fed ii i .iiGriffiths Hopes ToMsii \\ eat Indies ',."' 18. i> James he hope,! i eon* ih> touring w. t Indies i yet had IN ttWttVst • p ,;i\ linn lin Pain %  ope to do -Kculer. ft* injuries Following the accident .she tlew to the Weal Indlea and bought the plantation and a houat which had lx'loriKcraKue radio tonight said that of Roman catholic monastic orders in Czechoslovakia would be assembled in a number iteriea. where ttu-> would devote iti' theU religious Monasteries which UN evacuated, the statfn %  would in future be used by the Government sponsored CethoMt Welfare Organisation In The official statement did not apeetfj "hnii or now mam menmild in"i were basnaj evacuated nor how man> monks had been removed to other mona.-ieiirs. The rtatement tald it has beet i proved at the recent trial of monastic priests that monasteries were battif] shelter hostile agents, Anhguai Portworkers On Stnke "•'"• %  a" v -iTrrmtni—0 The s ieti Bry%  Jfnloadin,; ,,, ,i *h-i( .,;. i d wlihin Rv cable i %  re Only three other white) spies and even murderer: according! In some monasteries weapons hotel %  rvanl problem is. huwevei i Mrs. Arrlfo'i ten year old daughter Who is at MhOOl In Kent pond her summer holihei mother There is a ttircc-t|uarler-nule beach on the plantation on which aba < ; a !?-<: i from Le Havre to Kingston wjtli SOUihanuMon, England: Visro, Portugal; Martinkiue, Guadeloupe, Baihedoa. TrinJ Guaira, ;"i CM UUUa i K I foi completion K Brew late in I0. r tl, will have a capacity %  . as H D !• SPORTS WINDOW w %  nina Notrr Daim %  4 Jlld an and secret broadcasting were discovered and many monBffVed as bases foi espionage and dUBfUptlvt tics. in order '<<• stop th) a.tivity at the Cefhuuc' Onlers. measures have teen taken which will brln| then Orders back to I religious mission. 'It has lieen establish, their o %  people who did not work andlthc *6 deputies iep i mostly i incltinR the population. ,.,,,, TIU empU inoneatery bu-ld-| Tliv fl)( mgs will connni %  we incorpora ti on ol \ I needs of the catholic (hariia| exin-eted to be made when these and social and health purposes. %  Some Will be turned into huts ol which people living nearby are MI short" —Reuter. Graziani Collaborated To Sate Italy ROME. April 18. :. Graziani former chief %  [ Muspollni'i armed forces, today tuld a mill tax) tribunal tfyini bta here ollaboration wtih the Germans was runssar>* to %  *ii end lile of Italy". -' Impassiv.l, the Kx-Marshal listened tO the pTOOCCUtlOB that it was Uirough vault) ma; he accepted the poat ot Wai Ml i. then HeQiurch PedepraHiaa Want* Details 0/ Deposed Lutheran Bishop M.ril 18. Church World iSEi, haS ••Wed telegram to tru -' the rlurunrlen Lutor n?n 5 urc h '" Budapest asking r full detail, regarding the anLajoa —Renter. Bgypl Will Gal t|| -, From Rnwia public I h. .,:,,,. that Graianil i huilt i" prime cause, it not the only %  caused so much bit. id ao Bow in the streets and squares < i it.ii'-" he added. The Ex-Marshal was farng •ihe last indictment in hk m with .. „ns Judgment was eaay,. Defence counsel p'eaded that Oormani Gener i. %  to use tceapt pa -Realer 70-Yr. GUI Has 36 Children WANTS MORE AMIENS. Northern I April i Paul Di ''1,0' ., bt %  f aaventles, today ward In the town birth regtstei i oAVa t> have the birth of his 36th child "II Is m.i finished he **ld whrn he left the registry ofrler. I hope U do better neal time." Denude was married twice and had 24 children bj hii Aral wife His second who 26 years gave nun U I beautiful two-o-old rJii H< has 29 grand-children —Reuter. Nutioiiulisls Smush Commuiiisl Invasion HONG KON<;. April 18. Chiang Kai Shek's NnlionalisU •laimed to-day to have smashed i, b) Communisi (iov•rnment troops of Hainan island south coast ot China. But pro-Communist i her reported that General Lin Pio's army was extending beacheads won in yesterdays landings on the Nationalist held island. Hong Kong miliUl were incli;-. ">c Comtuy,nist va A Nationalist communique admitted that 8.000 Communists landed and pushed inland. Nationalist counter-attacks were have killed 4.000 cap-' tured WO and the rema %  mttl -his Bfternoon i surrender oi be 'annihilated." the Com—Reuter. SEAWELL URPORT IS IIIVE OF INDUSTR) DULL thud ed rock being blasted thi noisj whirr %  : ushing machine, only parl cl-md of wtutc dust Crozii the stone, and the uneven roai ol the engines .t buaj bull-doaers, cateipillan and carryai's turned SeetweiJ Into i verlt terday feat run%  %  %  %  %  lew n i preparaUon it is planned that tl %  • the new %  %  ii Wilson %  %  that the reason tot II inning up that tune U hiniiei* rate ol • i Safety Meaaisu'ea %  the ret %  %  %  %  %  i %  I %  -n thai || ihorl of %  trip i % %  %  Id In additl the runwaj adll •bat a plai run "i! %  control A nib. Pa lest inn And Jordan Will Bv One LONDON. April 18. ma] Incorpor a tion %  dorn Of J londay at %  nt m Aminan. it wa %  %  i MM new Parliament —Keuier. Ihi U.S. Replies To Moscow Or Shooting Charge WASHING10N. April 1^ The United States Wg8 'M".' : iniiiiy tode) Meacov i bornbei ined on Bon ptenea over Laovia on pril H ..ennint Of the I:H ident u.is m. % % %  Uverj lui uig (he o... Soviet ron close to the Slate 1). Mate 1.' might also be made public said a tent TTu1 rag cabled t<> ibe Ainerlniaht 'it had been held up nearly a week to permit what LvparUneng called a "calm and thorough appraisal ot the fat.s" Keuter Heavily In Debt: Tried To kilt Wife And Children With Love Bomb" Los ANOKLB8 tprtl 18. %  % %  by a %  i i i among '.t> sliou'c.l Dee ( let that plantUkr off. I ju| put a bag In il. fall ol fuulntr Mis hmii -iiiie.l %  baagage iMitdler, WSM drwpprd id\rr> lias. It rxplodnl ind rhUBSM Maird aaaajeaeg his ryeluU and hair <;rant h i \im rl t: to Miss %  h.onvi i i lle.iili .it he was i and hud just bought 25.IHM) Ot i. the livs* of his ate aid dtughtf a old son %  I wanted t • ud it this ana the only way I knew." ewardess. %  %  love with Grant whom —auMler Cripps £4,000 M. Budget Gives Vo Remissions BEER WttA BE STRONGER LONDON, April 18 ^ CROWDED, tense Parliament to day heard Sir Stafford Cripps, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduce his budget proposals, on I which the fate of the Labour Government may hang. Opfuiiiig with ;i review <>t the nation 'H 'couomir! position, the Chancellor staid thai democratic planning waa "absolutely vital*' to the contin uanoe i deixioeratic freedorn in the world "l>tir atsn is to treate .i happy cuunlr\ in which then is an co.Malit\ el nppurltinit>. not too BJfeett I ol personal incomes ;md in which e\er> nuiu and woman i :m feel thai tlic\ aie v\.tilled ainl IKIM| lull p:irl to pfaiyi lie said The t'lumcllor tie* hired ihiil his uearlv G 1.01 lllllon hitdgct allowed no beSM ior mnhsimi ol mtiCM OSI lint oils—already thimost hi^hlx taxed people in the WOsW But lit' Bltgjhtl) lid be ai\ inqu %  Although 'he • %  : %  oeer will he |n> 11 I %  %  %  %  '! % %  ... 'as 1 yeai %  %  would nev< i %  %  win be M pei • i •anta — P etrol %  %  %  U7l.lMMi.unH Si i I I %  %  With onld %  i i RUSSIAN MINISTER SACKED LONDON. April 18 The Soviet Minister for the La and Tractor Industry. S. A. Akopov has been relieved of %  -.. Moscow Kami, n.irly today He will be ad by Grigori Sergeyevich Khlsmuv. the radio said. i %  %  %  • eg bet i. in line On this point Mi A. ii.g wind %  ihi i. wa %  %  Ahuli %  tons nf stone in one hour. i had supem erection at Aimnson Field in British Guiana in IMS. pg towards the sea for drainage since it is not consider... %  reel anj alaborata system ot that might result in a flooding of the runway Bomb Was Planted III IManr "s \\ ashrtHMii rll IS, %  a dam i ra Viking is caused %  %  % %  %  ,,,;• lui n A as . .. %  cotland i ind to the %  %  Iginltc mixture %  • i thp ?8 %  %  %  i British to h. but 'be in%  %  i Kralrr would be doubted Hut the tea n peti rOUld ...i-m patrol %  ise tax on I from 08 and two-thirdi pet cent o SI and one-Uurd pel cent The ci %  %  : i %  vehicles, lo %  %  %  in the low %  %  . I %  i %  t< %  reapei Uv< %  nine shlllli %  %  ... %  i paid %  %  lag tl %  i laat On the ML. %  some cases of low can %  %  %  %  %  %  • on lago a. Hwe** r///y /A/' 6/ */<>//// {fa %  TWO KILLED THUS •. %  I Italian ne%  %  QDYAL ENGAGEMENT %  on of The newspopen; i %  ,. dead and an ihed_ton RUSSIA MUST NOT BE AS STRONG AS U.S.A. PLUS N. ATLANTIC WASHINGTON. April 18 NBRAL OMAR BRADLB1 i United Utff, warned to-mghl -me if Ruaslg equalllna the miUtg %  he said. .nerable" %  in the next few years. :> %  leader, speaking %  i greatest danger period %  %  and the I ything strength and unity .; Id not guarantee ''. wieak nti.^ I a United States, destined to do a lot of damage in one blow, that our %  air, sea and land forces would n %  trying an) "Nerve GM M Will Sap I iglilinji Spirit DETROIT, April It, America and probably Hussia is developing a i> would lap .il to light General Antony Macau, of the American Aim) Corps disclosed here. Many 0 aj mill %  %  chemical warfare are being exploited by Russia, he told the Anaaricen oeiety. • It must be assum'd. therelore. that we are no) %  %  dTen [va arve gas Macauiiffe. defendei ol '.lastognt in the 1944 Ard* said the Chemical Corps Iwlicvr that the weapons now being developed by ii.reduce a potent ia. resist at thi cost "and % % %  K ruler. Haiti Pays Homage To Pope Pi or. VATICAN CITY. A| the Holy %  %  %  Timcaeat* Balgsari. tsuaefesN %  granting U i brotherhgod E aeSar. m "i"i BSBM < hni ,,,. ,„ r/,, (ion %  awl .,i.* ,.niiiiii.uaem |#je K,,n,'ii. itt>tliit%K eon /.. murr 1/1 k, ,4nff lum, ii. Inuring lli, hatlmurk oj It, BMMM A Met OU II-IKI -/... (. 'itiaTan i waWnoaii the best ice* ess)



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, APRIL is. lla Ccurib tfallwg R T REV. GEORGE WELD SJ %  Guiana arxl Barbaac* arrr. %  1crda> bv B W I A Irorr. B 15 du* to l*ave to-.i.. whCT* he will join ih* "LB-: •on" for Dominica H Fine Work ve*Terda" Guiana. F i i thaw & Co.. lora; "lerchants. Mr. Jordan has accepted an %  %  Ltd in George'""i" 1 and will be ;>• Ay in new aur%  %  For Month s Holiday M .'ordan have two small rtikrren. Tony and Janice .: at a later Ms them all i %  %  F Barbados as fu* \ Tran.ferred Here Staying Al Bathiheba M" : %  %  r< tum|i M I %  J Traffic Officer \ : First Time %  %  :.d M I day. M Arrived By Rodney" %  For Over Three Yean \1 I %  r i i St. Vincent Dalegata M | man Trinidadian Artist %  Water* guest Allan.i %  For Three Months l \ %  Bourht A House Here M R and Mrs Erroi : to Venezuela on Mo-.tay by B W.I A., where Mr I :.-fc Stores The.r Ixir dull school here at tn* rr i short i*ay in Veoczuela tbey hav ; .anned a three-month visit to th Mr Steele has recently bough'. Bonnie Dundee' a seai St Lawrence and when they an the D S they wiii nd a part of each year in their l oadoa home Mrs Planchant Flguerdo, Mrs ho has been in arbaudos since Fabruary will .* to Venezuela when the 'teele* %  rrrvc he'e from their US Lift. Mr Steele i* a keen turfite in 'enezuela A Case Full Of Prizes R ETURNING from BG yeatt'day with a case full of prizes on at the B.G Olympiad wii >a-P*rry COHO Tom DAKE EMPIRE 'Twelve o'clock High now Zorrow'i Black Whip %  Gaofg* -' Lirxi* STIRLING.lITTUflUI) MCDONALD OLVMPI4 "*(, Sho* Tb-d* 4 30 and lllpm SOth Ontury Ttm Double 'Babes on Broadway' The Secret Heart' waa Willv P1DGBHJN -CtaMdMfe COLBTBT III I OK Till h WIILY M V\ illKK : 'm now on. %  u.i^iii ii.is a i iiiins.iiiii %  : &f%  •% % %  %  MOIIK TO-DAY \ THIKSDAV *l ) I H.30 p.m. JOANNE DRi: A; RICHARD NORRIS "Obis'& Qfihh ifbAe" STARTING FRIDAY :|ST \ 30 LUCILLE BALL k WILLIAM il( U MISS i;ill\I I UOH KII IIMIIMI WF will appreciate your ORDERS for \\ \l I. IAD8AOI8— jri.LV I KVsl \i.S—MTKK 1A MILK_ %  U HOLASU PI INI I 11! TTKR— NKS'Il.l.s ('REMI — HTNI ARMS WISi: SH I I I lil-l III— Icilll|;_ I \n: \ mONO Mix I-I III I\G QDM—TTN8 ill'AKtl OATS — PALETHORI— Ml \ I I'.lil.IPALETBOtN M -M.KS—I'll! IIARI1S —UN I III! s| IAI1I.I BITTni —SARDIMS IN (HL John D. Taylor A Sans Ltd. LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE CJSTAL "LISTERALTERNATOR SETS 1.75 K.W. DIESEL DRIVI s Al II RNATORS J IK. 5 K.W. H.5 K.W. 1 K.W. a K.w. All complete with Swltrhboarib .n.l Aulum^Ui \oiue Reiul .loi COMPLETE RA.NGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCKI THE HXHItMHtS FOIMHtr Ltd. Rupert and the D ragon Pill s 22 1*' : .£ rf v. bj.. ..-o.v__ ^-^ :ril ^j,"1 -, don'i as-: %  %  ... tORW howldfr. SlUPDtSt M both ttetn H .79 .89 .99 1.17 YOU WANT KHAKI DRILL— EVANS AND WHITFIELDS HAVE IT — AT THE RIGHT PRICE Opening Every SturU> Morning 9.00—Cloiing 12.30 NOWS The Best Iffilifa. von. TTyf HOI si: \ lde rune ol ReJ Mixed PaintK And m*u-n.l supplied b> the loremosl miPMliiliirrn lo -rlc* I from. IB ikkee ou save the surface Van aeie t < I kW al our ll\ll\m I1U'\R1MIM IrUphoae No MM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. PHILIPS SUPER DELUXE TABLE MODEL • THE LAST WORD m RADIO MANUFACTURE provide* undluoeled reception, II is excellenl in tound eolume and hall control ol repcoducHon. anracliT* and attkutc in apptwrance with all lb* PHILIPS qualittee embodlxd. MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS.


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\\' > 11 ii > tl y
April l
|38.
Sarbauos
#uuixcate
Prire:
IVE CENTS
Year S3.
BRITONS STILL MOST HIGHLY TAXED
W.I. Earn $3,000,000
For Britain
Jh Three Months
(From mir Correspondent).
LONDON.
Till UT.ST IMHKS .Hid I'.-lnmas played their pan in
aaralni over three million dollar* for Britain in the >rsi
. ,yniliN of this \4-ar. That was the Mini paid b>
. rj,an tourists let tWO rklilHon d>s erii si-s round the
r.nl.'iean IM ,m' lm,'r "Muurelaiiiu" and Uvo shorter cruises
tfhrttrteen days each.
Russians Flee*
Soviet Zone
n( |i. April 18.
flnvm* a '"'' B")
.,-! night Into
import ''' Ml

:
the uniform <>i a first lieutenant
I ulder in-
ogua '(! the Am-
Nurem-
there at
JJO P ID '
.,,! men were
mm reported Bchwebeeti 10
pjfbioutl nj ' hour
later Though ao official i on-
. tyn has I" :i ,n<" tWO
in -.1 doubl they
newhere In tne
Anwtinir '
Reuter
Ports "' cell Included
} Pi i ..f Span.
Nl KJ
nui Jj.
c amount spent
"i fares, which was over one
'in Liiu pounds. Amehron tounsu
0 ipenl about E30.n00 at .*,ie
--. shops and showcases.
Ph Maurrljata" returnerl tc
ktt go in-
to dry dock before ret
relce Her
' -I'.'.nu described the cruise pro-
I'l.iinini- M .i big -uceess.
Cxinard B .nderstood
|UeU> pleased with the
venture and provisional pfcBfi
I -ed to be drawn ui
shortly ior a further serin ol
cruises early nexv yea
THIS is a panoramic view of the m
terminal building at Seawell In the foreground
of SO feet and from thp centra
'
Monasteries
IK Woman Agent ShelteredSpies
To Live in Nevis j AudMurderers
SAYS PRAGUE RADIO
Has Bought Coconut
Plantation
I
Truman Refuses
Brace's Resigdation
WASHINGTON, April :8
, i
to KCtpt *
Jamr* Bruce, '< oi the Unite '
Stales Am
was oitu-iaii) announced to-d
There had been reporti thin the
i to lake
: orer as Ambassadoi m London
ben Mr. Lewis Dough
rt for heall
Today the President's Secre-
i slay at
utel).
1 ri Bruce
wafted to return in private life
now ihit In i set ip an or-
MaitJ
American nillitan supplies uvtl
ir,. Renter
'"Wi> Our I'tndoti Co mportdrta >
LONDON,
A wartime British -ecret agent.
Mrs. Mary Arrigo. leaves England
life in the
Weal hulas She has bought a
I i'.i hi m Uh .bland of
Nevis In Ibe Leewardi Her in-
. tentiun is to establish a cottage
I COtonj on the island. For this pur-
Uj been buy-
on; 'urnituic m Ixmdon.
lain Arrtsjo who hi M
verioi rle-oi.iioi and 11
Malta In i this ver
I ie,4M damasjss
11 fed ii......i .ii-
Griffiths Hopes
ToMsii \\ eat Indies
',."' 18.
i> James
he hope,!
i .
eon* ih> touring w. t Indies
i
yet had IN
ttWttVst p ,;i\ l- inn
lin Pain
ope to do -Kculer.
ft* injuries
Following the accident .she tlew
to the Weal Indlea and bought the
plantation and a houat which had
lx'loriKc I used
PRAQUE, April 18
An omcial siatement
by I>raKue radio tonight said that
of Roman catholic
monastic orders in Czechoslovakia
would be assembled in a number
iteriea. where ttu-> would
devote iti'
theU religious
Monasteries which UN
evacuated, the statfn ,
would in future be used by the
Government sponsored CethoMt
Welfare Organisation In
The official statement did not
apeetfj "hnii or now mam men-
mild in- "i were basnaj
evacuated nor how man> monks
had been removed to other mon-
a.-ieiirs. The rtatement tald it
has beet i proved at the recent
trial of monastic priests that
monasteries were battif]
shelter hostile agents,
Anhguai Portworkers
On Stnke
"'"a" v.....-i- Trrmtni0
The s -
ieti Bry-

Jfnloadin,; ,,,.....,i
*h-i( .,;.
i d wlihin
Rv cable i
re Only three other white) spies and even murderer:
according! In some monasteries weapons
hotel
rvanl problem is.
huwevei i
Mrs. Arrlfo'i ten year old
daughter Who is at MhOOl In Kent
pond her summer holi-
hei mother There is a
ttircc-t|uarler-nule beach on the
plantation on which aba < ; not how-

ii Um Wesi indlea. she
taj she a roUlng
n on."
Ken French Ship
For W.I. Cruteefl
NEW YORK, April 18.
ma with a com-
lel in Kinajstoo, Jamaica
where the aarrloe will have its
a*raajoh
Line has New York
hij'r. tlw
Antilles, will entei the ftanee-
.o Iboeen -i vice next year.
. ill \h> a !?-<: i
from Le Havre to Kingston wjtli
SOUihanuMon, England:
Visro, Portugal; Martinkiue, Gua-
deloupe, Baihedoa. TrinJ
Guaira, ;"i cm
UUUa i K
I foi completion k Brew
late in I0.rtl, will have a capacity
.
as H D !
SPORTS
WINDOW
w .
nina Notrr Daim
4 Jlld an
and secret broadcasting
were discovered and many mon-
BffVed as bases foi
espionage and dUBfUptlvt
tics.
in order '<< stop th)
a.tivity at the Cefhuuc' Onlers.
measures have teen taken which
will brln| then Orders back to
I religious
mission.
'It has lieen establish,
their o
people who did not work andlthc *6 deputies iep i
mostly i
incltinR the population. ,.,,,,
tiu empU inoneatery bu-ld-| Tliv fl)(.
mgs will connni we incorporation ol \ I
needs of the catholic (hariia| exin-eted to be made when these
and social and health purposes.
Some Will be turned into huts
ol which people living nearby are
mi short" Reuter.
Graziani Collaborated
To Sate Italy
ROME. April 18.
:. Graziani former chief [ Muspollni'i
armed forces, today tuld a mill tax) tribunal tfyini bta here
ollaboration wtih the Germans was runssar>* to
*ii end lile of Italy".
--------------' Impassiv.l, the Kx-Marshal
listened tO the pTOOCCUtlOB
that it was Uirough vault) ma;
he accepted the poat ot Wai Ml i-
. then He-
Qiurch PedepraHiaa
Want* Details
0/ Deposed Lutheran
Bishop
M.ril 18.
Church World
iSEi, .haS
Wed telegram to tru
-' the rlurunrlen Lu-
tor n?n 5urc.h '" Budapest asking
r full detail, regarding the an-
Lajoa
Renter.
Bgypl Will Gal
t||--, From Rnwia
public
I h. .,:,,,. that Graianil
i huilt i" -
prime cause, it not the only

caused so much bit. id ao Bow
in the streets and squares < i
it.ii'-" he added.
The Ex-Marshal was farng
ihe last indictment in hk
m with
, .. ns Judgment was ea-
ay,.
Defence counsel p'eaded that
Oormani
, Gener i.

to use
tceapt pa
-Realer
70-Yr. GUI Has
36 Children
WANTS MORE
AMIENS. Northern I
April i
Paul Di ''1,0' ., bt f
aaventles, today ward In the town
birth regtstei i oAVa t> have the
birth of his 36th child
"II Is m.i finished he **ld whrn
he left the registry ofrler. I hope
U do better neal time."
Denude was married twice and
had 24 children bj hii Aral wife
His second who
26 years gave nun U -
I
beautiful two-o-old rJii H<
has 29 grand-children Reuter.
Nutioiiulisls Smush
Commuiiisl Invasion
HONG KON<;. April 18.
Chiang Kai Shek's NnlionalisU
laimed to-day to have smashed
. i, b) Communisi (iov-
rnment troops of Hainan island
south coast ot
China.
But pro-Communist i
her reported that General Lin
Pio's army was extending beach-
eads won in yesterdays landings
on the Nationalist held island.
Hong Kong miliUl -
were incli;-. ">c Com-
tuy,nist va
A Nationalist communique ad-
mitted that 8.000 Communists
landed and pushed inland.
Nationalist counter-attacks were
have killed 4.000 cap-'
tured WO and the rema
mttl -his Bfternoon i surrender
oi be 'annihilated."
.
the Com-
Reuter.
SEAWELL URPORT IS
IIIVE OF INDUSTR)
DULL thud ed rock being blasted thi noisj whirr
: ushing machine, only parl
cl-md of wtutc dust Crozii the stone, and the uneven roai
ol the engines .t buaj bull-doaers, cateipillan and carry-
ai's turned SeetweiJ Into i verlt
terday
feat run-




lew n
i preparaUon
it is planned that tl
the new

ii Wilson
that the reason tot II
inning up
' that tune U
hiniiei*
rate ol i
Safety Meaaisu'ea

the ret




i

I
-n thai ||
ihorl of
trip i .....Id
In additl
the runwaj adll
bat a plai run "i!

control "
A nib. Pa lest inn
And Jordan
Will Bv One
LONDON. April 18.
ma] Incorporation

dorn Of J londay at

nt m Am-
inan. it wa

i
MM
new Parliament Keuier.
Ihi
U.S. Replies
To Moscow
Or Shooting Charge
WASHING10N. April 1^
The United States Wg8 'M".'
: iniiiiy tode) Meacov
i bornbei
ined on Bon ptenea over
Laovia on pril h
..ennint Of the
i:h ident u.is m..
Uverj lui uig (he o...
Soviet ron
close to the Slate 1).
Mate
1.' might also be made public
said a
tent TTu-
1
rag cabled t<> ibe Ainerl-
niaht
'it had been held up nearly a
week to permit what
LvparUneng called a "calm and
thorough appraisal ot the fat.s"
Keuter
Heavily In Debt:
Tried To kilt
Wife And Children
With Love Bomb"
Los ANOKLB8 tprtl 18.


by a
i '
i i among '.t>
sliou'c.l
Dee ( let that
plant- Ukr off. I ju| put a bag
In il. fall ol fuulntr
Mis hmii -iiiie.l baagage
iMitdler, WSM drwpprd id- \rr>
lias. It rxplodnl ind rhUBSM Maird
aaaajeaeg his ryeluU and hair
<;rant h i \im rl
t: to Miss
h.onvi
i i lle.iili
.it he was
i and hud just
bought 25.IHM) Ot
i. the livs* of his
ate aid dtughtf
a old son
'
I wanted t
ud it this ana the only way I
knew."
ewardess.


love with Grant whom
auMler
Cripps 4,000 M.
Budget Gives Vo
Remissions
BEER WttA BE STRONGER
LONDON, April 18
^ CROWDED, tense Parliament to day heard
Sir Stafford Cripps, Britain's Chancellor of
the Exchequer, introduce his budget proposals, on I
which the fate of the Labour Government may hang.
Opfuiiiig with ;i review <>t the nation'h 'couomir!
position, the Chancellor staid thai democratic
planning waa "absolutely vital*' to the contin
uanoe i deixioeratic freedorn in the world
"l>tir atsn is to treate .i happy cuunlr\ in which then
is an co.Malit\ el nppurltinit>. not too BJfeett I ol
personal incomes ;md in which e\er> nuiu and woman i :m
feel thai tlic\ aie v\.tilled ainl Ikim- | lull p:irl to pfaiyi
lie said
The t'lumcllor tie* hired ihiil his uearlv G 1.01.....lllllon
hitdgct allowed no beSM ior mnhsimi ol mtiCM OSI lint
oilsalready thi- most hi^hlx taxed people in the WOsW
But lit' Bltgjhtl)
lid be ai\ inqu

Although 'he :

oeer will he |n> 11
I



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...
'as1, yeai


would nev< i

- win be
M pei i
anta
Petrol



U7l.lMMi.unH
Si i
I
I
.


With onld
i i

RUSSIAN MINISTER
SACKED
LONDON. April 18
The Soviet Minister for the
La and Tractor Industry.
S. A. Akopov has been relieved of
-.. Moscow Kami, n-
.irly today He will be
ad by Grigori Sergeyevich
Khlsmuv. the radio said.
i


eg bet i.
in line
On this point Mi a.
ii.g wind

ihi i. wa


Ahuli

tons nf stone in one hour.
i had supem
erection at Aimnson Field in
British Guiana in IMS.
pg towards
the sea for drainage
since it is not consider...
reel anj alaborata system ot
that might result in a
flooding of the runway
Bomb Was Planted
III IManr "s
\\ ashrtHMii
. rll IS,

a dam
i
ra Viking
is caused


,,,; lui n A as
. ..
cotland i ind to the


Iginltc mixture

i thp ?8

i British
. to h. but 'be in-


i
Kralrr
would be doubted
Hut the tea n peti
rOUld
...i-m patrol

ise tax on
I
from 08 and two-thirdi pet cent
o SI and one-Uurd pel cent
The ci
:
i ,
vehicles, lo


in the low !

.
I
i
t<

reapei Uv<

nine shlllli

...i paid


lag tl i laat
On the ml.

some cases of low can







.
on lago a.
Hwe** r///y /A/' 6/ */<>//// {fa

TWO KILLED
THUS . ,
I Italian ne-

QDYAL ENGAGEMENT

on of The newspopen; i
,. dead and an
ihed_ton
RUSSIA MUST NOT BE
AS STRONG AS U.S.A.
PLUS N. ATLANTIC
WASHINGTON. April 18
NBRAL OMAR BRADLB1 i United
Utff, warned to-mghl
-me if Ruaslg
equalllna the miUtg

he said.
.nerable"

in the next few years.
:> leader,
speaking
i
greatest danger period
.


and the
I ything
strength and unity
.; Id
not guarantee ''.
wieak nti.^ I a United
States, destined to do a lot of
damage in one blow,
that our

air, sea and land
forces would n

trying an)
"Nerve Gmm Will
Sap I iglilinji Spirit
DETROIT, April It,
America and probably Hussia is
developing a i>
would lap .il to light
General Antony Macau,
of the American Aim)
Corps disclosed here.
Many 0 aj mill
. chemical warfare are be-
ing exploited by Russia, he told
the Anaaricen oeiety.
It must be assum'd. therelore.
that we are no)
dTen [va
arve gas
Macauiiffe. defendei ol '.lastognt
in the 1944 Ard*
said the Chemical Corps Iwlicvr '
that the weapons now being devel-
oped by ii.-
reduce a potent ia.
resist at thi cost "and

K ruler.
Haiti Pays Homage
To Pope Pi or.
VATICAN CITY. A|
the Holy


Timcaeat*
Balgsari. tsuaefesN

granting U
i brotherhgod EaeSar.
m "i"i
BSBM < hni ,,,. , r/,, (ion
awl .,i.* ,.niiiiii.uaem
|#je K,,n,'ii. itt>tliit%K eon
/.. murr 1/1 k, ,4nff
lum, ii. Inuring
lli, hatlmurk oj
It, BMMM A Met
OU ii-ikI -/... (. 'itiaTan i
waWnoaii the best ice* ess)


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL is. lla
Ccurib tfallwg
RT REV. GEORGE WELD SJ

Guiana arxl Barbaac* arrr.
1crda> bv B W I A Irorr. B
15 du* to l*ave to-.i..
whCT* he will join ih* "Lb-:
on" for Dominica H<- will be rt-
Uirr.-< ' rbado* on a
Original!;. From
Northumberland
MR and Mrs, I
their daughter Rer
were for two weeks on hi
returned to BG yestercr.
BW1A Mr Crags* is Supt En-
Iineer of Messr* Sprostoru Ltd .
in BG and they were stavmi a'
Cacrabank
The Cragiet are original:
Northumberland and he b
tract With Sproaton-
of three yean he will return lo
England on long team
returr I
daughter Beryl will r*- coo
Barbados lo .-."

. 1
m .. st [ r ii limn
To Live In B.G.
i> -
Fine Work
-
ve*Terda"
Guiana. F i i thaw &
Co.. lora; "lerchants.
Mr. Jordan has accepted an

Ltd in George- '""i"1 '
, and will be ;>

Ay in new aur-


For Month s Holiday
M


.'ordan have two
small rtikrren. Tony and Janice
.: at a later
Ms them all i


F
Barbados as fu* \
Tran.ferred Here
Staying Al Bathiheba
M":'



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r< tum- |i
M
I


J

Traffic Officer
\
. :
First Time


:.d M
I



day.
M
Arrived By

Rodney"

For Over Three Yean
\1
I

r
i ,
i
St. Vincent Dalegata



M
|
man




Trinidadian Artist


Water*
guest
Allan.i



For Three Months
l \

Bourht A House Here
MR and Mrs Erroi -
: to Venezuela on Mo-.-
tay by B W.I A., where Mr
I
:.-fc Stores The.r Ixir du-
ll school here at tn*
rr i short
i*ay in Veoczuela tbey hav
; .anned a three-month visit to th
Mr Steele has recently bough'.
Bonnie Dundee' a sea-
i St Lawrence and when they
an the D S they wiii
nd a part of each year in their
l oadoa home
Mrs Planchant Flguerdo, Mrs
* ho has been in
arbaudos since Fabruary will .*
to Venezuela when the
'teele* rrrvc he'e from their US
Lift.
Mr Steele i* a keen turfite in
'enezuela
A Case Full Of Prizes
RETURNING from BG yeatt'-
day with a case full of prizes
on at the B.G Olympiad wii
clist He won the at
cond in the 3. 5 and special ha!:
rnflt and third in the 9 mil*
. vents He was unfortunate on
*'.e last day when he fell during
the mile race and bruised his
On Extension Tour
CAPT TEH Hrtft*, ORE.
eoospMhisj
sion tour of the Caribbean, .n-
nd Central Am-
''
lays ago.
. he sa-v
H of the inland, an.!
said how grateful he was to his
kindly took him
He receiveo ms o.B E.. for ser-
Aasijtant
Combiwvi
'.
men: ap-
aawHaat him an Officer of the
bad Callenders Or-
1 1920
A Good Show
MR F A C Ciairmonte. one
VTaal In-
tors told one cl

cam ago in order th.it

. ed to oe


v
En Route For S.A. Tour
MUM NELSON H
r* on their way
ith America, stopped in
or. Saturday for a week and are
gussta a: ".el They

jer Busi-
!
For Two Weeks
Mi

.m of Bnusr

I
'
NO MORE GREY HAIR
AFRICAN MIXTURE
Catovn tha Hair .tsu--
H k aamo-uu-y ---*- s protest*- <* -t
A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING
>>a camm-n"
BOOKER'S (Barbados)
DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN
Mi Allot,,
FLEUROIL
BRIUIANTINE
Molei
wft c-
Sold in 1 Siia,

P
L
A
Z
A
ramMMi imiM r < *
nii.iiin. p..m.
FEAR in the
A MEDAL for NIGHT
BENNY *.
y -, i. u-i -c: :'S[j." 3 y
-J
MR. ANTHONY CORRIt.
B W I A radio operator
left yesterday
B.G He has C--
weeks staying at the
: he leaves B
...
here he is stationed H.

lag here In Barbados
For Sister's Wedding
VfR '
by B W : A. where Mr .
at Leonora Estate H-
about six days a.'o to tx

wa* married or. -
Clarence Inniss i
b^-en here I
weeks holidaying

obuniti onal
-
L mat*
uob ra
BBl
7 It*i..
\ -,

H\ THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
SO strong is I





The wi
leoning jigainst a tree T

.: ,
III tin laMJ //"/(in.
Awalkir-K
trpai


I
t-ome down


mm f aptut

I

: Tv I
n thrir heav\
against the roof
his boots on lh
al isunuines*
. | hi
tangled in a pair of
Tne queer machine
i n the roof heaved and creaki-1
'
"Tney'rv dutguuet*
voicea. Go I
Strabismus pai-si'd
ladder to semth KM
Hanger coughed nt'r-

M-Jpr-ci^ce ran
him, and
rot his Angers caught in a
MiHiaetrap hich the sag* carried
'ji pocket
Kuavja!"
\V
<-
1$m
KHAKI DRILL
By Fred Ooerflinger
LjOHDON
ition par-
T ^ at tourtin*.



: is SOU
I
flBKtol rvsnaetat
waus* -
dagiaaa*
-..
Sol 1 tx Ls< i
I
geaassatatsasss a: i

. -eolation
v bar of rank or
who has
not been concerned in
case can be presented.
saaaott't crop of
-ig things'
thousand

K

.'side

King and Queen. Too1.'
party is
consider?': '.o being
' the Royal
F

*entd and a fuflSiac small group
SURPRISE hair-da of American
actress Coieen Graushort out
uwirept into tiny mrls. She was
at a toMhton thoto wotc*iiafl the
-EL THEME beneath a
KSsaWaM nat Pans monneQuin
Lautner modelled a
iecoratad irith *ed
and green rastell.I. ':


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Wora. and Muaic"
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EMPIRE
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_ore than
73,000 to 80,000 tons
There had

.he would umI *-
. n.000 but Indi)
from severe
dollar Ik

has
m pu
toi CUl
i-i cancelled U
e Co-opfr..iu>n Admi
Jluld not recognise n as qualify -

"* - kj i -n cancel-
Ky -It is understood
!3nt at
Sopted in the procun
thought [n some quarters in New
YerK that this sugar Will ultt-
areo bv
mptd or at anv rate in smaller
:
Ihrouch normal U
tod 1919
Referring !o \
production IbJ
Ciarmkov. .'ever may
far the true pictu
me estimate ll u itood B
paign, the
.uHjWtion that the crop might
raetfbly
nable quantity caused the mar-
'
It is pointed oul
lerial improvement in European
wcIcorm ;s a
tree and if the bMl crop
In tht U S A were to (
r dl trlbutton
dm this year n
llftyvVw'd rob
Cuba of ttM tlat which
it would

to come
i long tons of
cane compared with 4.700.000 tons
f limelight. And he is
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BACK ROW: Wooltonln, Edenov, Siracfty>*d. BvStcmi. Brendan BracKnshy
AttleeHasNoTime
For Fiction
By DAWD TEMPLE ROBERTS
LONDON.
SINCE LABOUR won thtr election by a narrow margin
new figures are being thrown to the top. On Clem AttUv
we will have to reserve judgment again. With quip the
ay he put himself in the little band of great but
dry wits.
luestlon by the famous some past blunders.
Sir WaJdron Smithers. wnether
he would read a book -milieu
"Socialism in Britain is destroy-
in^ Freedom in Britain" the Inme
answered that he had
little tune to devote to works of
Uid his perform:.:
plaining away smoothly why his
Government would not resign
whan defeated was as good as
anything Churchill could do in
quick and graceful manoeuvre.
Herbert Morrison is the man
in charge. Each day shows there
is no doubt of that. His political
protege, Maurice Webb, (the new
Minister of Food) is stealing
tons "of B i i\
W.I. Workers Will
BV Barred From
Some I .S. States
YORK.
oan Brit-
lean this
Spring apu Summer and give

other U.s
follow
The ban
ken up i-i

work, O
workers

A larc-'
labour ui
Showing a sympathetic person-
ality. Webb, (or instance, had a
Ceienca this weeK. His
answers wore courteous and
(puck wilted, designed to appeal
to those who prefer to talk about
what people cat rather
1 I'.ehaii mystery shrowd-
ad In the language of gobbled! -
gOOk. Webb, for instance, was
asked whether eggs would remain
i He answered that it
depended on the hens. A previous
and more pompous Food Minister
would probably have murmured
I about his department
instituting Invaatlfatloaa at the
source of supply which could not
yet be evaluated. Britain has
too ionn from the uni-
form manufacture of .
and unappetising sausageneces-
sary in wartime, but why now?
Webb has promised that he will
Ho something to improve I
ajje. When asked how this plan
he replied '.hat. in the
UI In the

from fllnt-
lUtes are 26, intent
such mi|

Hew Jersey
i
ha British

Now Puerto
will fulfill
that pays
B.U.P.
.!
who micas to win the
" making the people
pier this summer Aua-

: ra-but it will be or-
ganised differently in such a way
that it does not hamper the dm-
aj every ttlll
'.iic cheerful. II
r to d '
f being happier
under hard
ii.h spot; Herbert
is happy and inti
The Bijf Shot
Ernest Bevm is no longer tin-
power he was. Ills health has
failed him. (Reporters burrleo
recently to the Council of Europe
meeting on hearing a rumour that
Benin was seriously ill). But not
only his health is failing him.
He is dogged by a failure to know
what to do next. Bcvin can twin;
to some successes: he
a part of the credit for the Mar-
ital] Plan; he can claim that DC
founded the Atlantic
reaching an alliance wi
more than three years ago. He
would rather not look at the hope-
less tangle of affairs in the Mid-
dle Eastwhere Britain's situ-
ation looked so favourable when
he came to the Foreign Office
Farther afield, in Asia, his repu-
tation rests on the achievements
yet fo come of the Colombo
Conference. (There have been
authoritative reports recently that
this meeting meant much more,
and "acTiieved greater things, be-
hind closed doors, than were re-
ported at the time). But Ernie
does not know what to do now.
When he came to the Forala?
Office, taking over after Anthony
Eden's long Secretaryship. Britain
stood among the three great pow-
ers of the world. Now a policy
has to be formulated on a differ-
ent basis. He Is surrounded bv
critic?who also grant him a
certain respect. Every where
(peculation turns on who will
succeed Bevin. An-' who will it
be?
Aneurin Bev.tn is a claimant
|0 the Fornr.n I :
election the r.real Welshman nsti
been under a cloud. But it will
take more than a cloud to damp
his ardour. Make no mill
Aneurin. much caricatured, and
despite his angry tongue, is a
greet and powerful fin

to rant and hate
from ceAbobs, But Sevan u otv
Of the political la*
who has to be reckoned with
Those who kDOe
quick imagination. Hi
tainlv an "out and ouf* socialist
But that does not
one track mind He is quick to
........... turn his hand to the task tha
is to retrieve tough and risky
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placeas the Foreign -
re-directing Briti
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: Bevan nee, with the
control Lplomecy
Unionists
mindwhich trait in
well with the
aatton oi the tradlttoi
diplomatbut goes directly for
what he wantswin or lose. If
n :; that desk li
ovrrlookin. I
It will probably he Del I
l-'irison in
Gorgeou Glorification
i torgeous Qusaie Mono baa
i her lashion
for tins ion than
wo inches of lace trim-
ties Photograph
pective co~'

suited to a sun
dub. they win certainl]
1
Centre ('. we beg to
doubt. Tin

midriff.
Future For Coffee
Remains Bright
LONDON.
Though it has been
announced in I.
oflee will go jp
shortly. r*0 indication of the
amount has been given. If Bnt-
were to rise to the
la jump of about 2-
per pound from the pfl
STRIKE IN
BREST
PARIS. April 18
: ist and non-Commun-
ist Trade Unions in Brest called
.t _'4 hour general strike to-day to
Killed in a clash
linlst iemrmstra-
tors and p
were m
hospital to-day.
jureti. Police >md the.

eked Out from the na-
. ft Works
where police stormed .
ordered by the
al Confed-
l-ibour to "repori for
work" again today.
At a meeting of 300 o4
men locked out leal
mutual factory leader said "*'
must recapture our factory E\ cr> -
body must be at the factory gales

The right-wing rSKUceJ
paper Aarore to-day blamed the!
Communist Party for the BraM
riots, but the non-Communisl
Union Force tu\Tier and the
Christian Workers Confedera-
tion last night joined the strike
movement.
The left-wing Franc-Tireur
said "what the Commu
was not able to achieve, brutal
The I'ommunisi Party secre-
tariat has protested against police
shooting in Brest and called on
Frenchmen to "light hand in hand
for a Government of ".
for the people."
Marseilles docJatra, belonging; to
Always Handy-Easy to Use!
Carry it with you
vrnient r-r-nthing
stuffy m
Kifrhandy Vldka Inhaler! I -'
r-vnsil. but |cked lull o! I
klmedM-alK
afe to use as often as

b1 MAKHS
VIKS INHALER
would !-*- the Communist-led union who had
out it is considered un- ] been on strike for #0 da -
' the actual increase
lOythlngj like U

can also fall back on the profit!

The major coffce-selhni; shop-
are now limiting customers to
"normal requirements"
ItUJ that they won't supply peo-
ple with stocks to hoard
it Britain's
consumption >'f
ver hOO.000 ions ol COt*
t a meeting to-dav *
irert
Re'iter
HltOAINVW SELECTION
NTUNnl IVOOaTJNOI ILM pat i^ir ail Btafiaa
PLASTIC 36' wlr> in V i i m,ni .v Pink If*, per yd
BOY! PI v lit' BBLTB awlMbiIiw Me. too
VELVET RIBBON m Bad, Black Navj sad (ireen
BBADTMADl BPOB1 Wi IB FOB I WDlBt IT TBS
1NIOAIIWAV DOBSS SHOP.
Jamaica To Gel
Soil Lectures
sii Harold
Chief Conservator of f
ind recentl)
of V
pared with a pre-war avenue for Ger-
S4.000 tons) is still i
i..rds and
er *>f .shortage en
irttet
WILLIAM FOGARTY LID.
An Extra Tanner VW The
Pnia.v
-
you, but in
rd rote.

death duties, a lew have turned
their house Ing schools
for young
taken the line of least |
and thrown open then
homes to the public
And II
the llrst Duke
I
the Duke


But now
K
free (bul
L9H i.D. oi

.
months too late, for tin New
irom the Russian em-
it quanti-

2007. not 1950.
a coneumptlon
i v.: hurt yew
ompared

for world coffee prodi

particular in
;iroductlon
from old in
ir.i;.
ira not ex-
Irop drustically for at

un Airioa, MnUm has
doubled II pays, to
bring it up to batwaan IBM u
1305 a ton.
In Imports
01 plaint in some
icservinx


i Jamaica
to the publk
but tin


etionnous
in nilnd
the crop ,i>; to come
into prod

So deliriously lijjlit!
Ami von can make it
Austii.i. hat left I^ndun
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warm black coffee to make a *ul)T batter. Pour the
mixture into a greased basin (6-inch m/c>. cover
with greased paper, and steam for 2 hours. Serve
with a sweet sauce.
This makes a really delicious, light, fttam+4
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4ppbeatkm.

*nder-yadmrt* m one
Vcsrt lf*sar*s Mawy r*** aw
r.jL* A the grw: toiw Aw
i j .jve devoted i
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feed 'S* "UlMT-ra* wa.A E"
*!-.- ft

Syr-a* tradei
./ Sad SMftMtHfti over. Ms i

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2* ESSTf SSW-

a a**-" *r a
a Tlvigji OkftT .'tstieii of tribute or a* t**t-
ucie* er bessw* mrs of ,"jbv \*c*ax

atfcuwel A-Tsenea offered a sterU;.-
trasc w*a the Er. *: -- a.-. :
i the decree* of

vast sSsssssttstri'
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-re nJysr ease
ptsairtng. mm


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llr.iiii.ilH |pwln|nin i

Liantetie** Mrf n
*ey B{
* ti
0 it*
aiU^t-ftes An pen* .

Aner.es wer I
-a.-i.arls. per-
7 Jsftfcsi Mmi*
. rarae at afl the talk a:
fo the Brrasax Coaoor m Ma_-
Ks*J i LMM h _* BDssjB
Ht^eal Sir Haxoad Xasrcoc
3-... *; sssj eat taB ii wmc "~ &e '-"-
--- BhtaThMdH tarter far Ma its H- Md

-: Isss
Bunyi. a* all whites are dassed though
iv omm b Aaattafc a-t.-.
e restless
-
^^J^j SssmsJ Drisjp sayi ll " Be" milder
--mor Army odke. -"ports
,; ^-, I : i-reacT asxec the Gover
-General
" giM - --: QOH r- to assess, oat
jjaiH reaanreaBBMta needed' said one
'
v ftftsl iMusorm in .11s new crvtl post as rhrector of
"-*3M| 7S apfMBtmec*.
*^*Jfrssli ssssst welcomed oy the pistol-park-
aaikH ,- : :-: -; : --- h.. _: ..-
' j.!,' msinnrr >. M office at K
Sc-c- House high on a hill overiooking pleasure
p ess she ft U
-s_c supc- Jbour cor.
.* 'are are planned to -
UaVlllUANCB'
'red.
ind to
-

gtag and bobta..
as been cut
Though out
p a
. j*Xi t>>ou.
LH1KF GWM SI
. .
..^her in any :
operations. Mayoe. but a man cannot be
. -rouse.
-ne here. Gei
.
against a merciless and
Ms a capture: res ancT
..-. ..
. .
s, and crut';
eir blood, tunj
and mosquitoes, have bsc
.
e men feel thi
.
" 1 Politically it is important not *
many soldiers an -
"' powers, for example, to take ;
pers
A: prcicnt T.#y must be arrested and ope:
.......
a court or detention board
Tbe autnonue* are r>t eon
ideas U*Tft oecorr* old ones to the.-:
.hS> *' many umes.
ice a qua book. No matter -*hat ,
*rfect answer
c bacic.
After tftlking for days with scores of people, get-
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taped Some people say it is red-taped.
Trucks with armour-plated sides:1 Top .
they would overturn on corner* The forftSt
green to nre. -nd. though timber 11 never worked,
local people would oh.
Clearing a 200-yard tnp the length of the Siam-
ese border is tmpotsK.
and machine-gun watch could never be ma,:
hope their call for a supreme commander it
tthe Common*caith's Wgsest dolla:-
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Vi-|i.V. APRH- I"- '930
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
0.000 People I
Bathed At
fleV Orleans
iHt PEOPLE have ai-
l's* M* ""'"" Public
* 'SS.-e'rs it ihi* bath can be
1 I n^olf. "" football
ifiLSTaunni tha cvenmg
KKS at mght. benellt.
tSLulSof houses 12 showers
*jsi.mr.ei It open, at 6.00
'"ft s the only public bath
kJ%id that remains open
MO Pm
_, west INDIAN KnltUm
I at Coleridge Street will
if, the arrival ol 17 more
Kf machinery Is awaited.
Er MM needles can be seen
E, m the Knitting rwpart-
*7a Mill- There needle, are
2imn 13 knitting ma-
SrJuch produce many bolts
Ej,ond floor they are 14
S, Tjchines-vano.is shapes.
5* manned by alma, girl
f!U do the packing and
* Sung The articles pro-
Ihis floor are gents' and
underwear, men

_. Many ol the girls are
_JltDt learning to operate the
EL ""0 "">' arc lakc" on
, at u be taught
! fcKarp. ho is in charge
L. swelling, drying and dye-
*nrr.cnt. told the "Adiro-
HZerday that when the Mill
yjited it will fin? cm?ioy-
n over 200 and ot these
It 1M ..I he girls. He pointed
Ibso-p I the girls employ-
ee Knowledge of dress-
M ulule others do not
,B Bernstein ol the Knitting
.went, said thai he is busy
BU designs lor men s mm-
^He has already produced
! aiflcrent designs. When
Mttaury arrive, he expects
Int. even more.
.Bernstein said that the de-
iftjt he is nc .. creating were
r lam beforenot even in
ItA. He pointed out thai his
I the L'S A. was creating rle-
n tee knittinn section and
kt hid created his design the
b Mills followed.
I1L MASSIAH performed
an iulopsy 'on the body of
rM Beckles ol Blades Hill, St.
MlOOpm. on Mol
guest is flxed for 11.00 a.m.
orrow.
was found u:
brie/ Vale. SI. Philip in un
ckms condition. He was
I la the General Hospital and
. few hours latei N
on Monday.
\tuni:NT occurred at
:
|ner of McGregOl and Itroau
between motor 1
by Jerome Car
PAGE FIVE
'Silwta^^^lus?1^ss,ss "* Gid co's, sie"a l' *"*
In the picture Colonial PnU <">. Police procedure at the Hen ..,.ge.
at the Police Colfese '"e 1*-T" m"rac,- Si Attwood
St. Peter Cycle Death Lewis Resigns
Inquiry Adjourned Development
THE INQUIRY into the death of George H
Diamond Corner. St. Peter was adjourned until I
yesterday by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coronet of District "A"
,, George Boyce died on Sunday, April 16 al
Hospital from injuries he received when he was i
in a bicycle accident on Church Street St >,.-,, n Sat-
urday, April 15 about 5.50 p.m.
Unemployment
In Jamaica h
Big Problem
ORE FLOI/R
ARRIVES
pointer"
it Barbados from Halifax
. it discharged 1,365
flow and 1,0)1
k
PURL
Bull.
* ve;t,i la, evening lor
JM Mers DaCosta *
ao., are ...
ale And
Wills VH
ONE oi the chief problems con-
fronting .1.. Iliv u me
question of unemployment and the
House of Represen
BcltiriK busy recently tucklm* the
tt C H ">.
lu- Federation of Civil
Service Associate >'
bean area told the "Advocate'
l'Stt.''),l. .
Mi Dtckeon wm mi .inv.il re-
eantq Iron Jamaica tot
Service Conference and
t "The Rtok", St. James.
He .said that they had .housand-
1 unemployed and up b
('.oveinineiil had not Ik-
F evolve any .scheme other than
iy M3IH,. temporary one to overcome the
nKtc< of jdifllciiltv.
Land. SpOOner'fl Hill. St.' The entire House of Rei
L and a bicycle ridden by < lives had ,; ito a
vSeile of Bank Ifnll Cross Committee to consider pll
put forward
tional Party for Ui
evil. They only had I
mflnp. but nothing definite had
i The Party was
however definite that thi
be able to come to Mint
'Aiiich would have tha advantiuja
of curing the evil.
front wheel ol thi bicycle
cum,- .
HBALL is now a daily game
I the Princess Alice Play-
Ud. Since ihe grounds were
". lew ni i
there, bir.' now Un
n on ho
he playing field ,
1 HO o'clock every mor-
toottali is m full wing on
Itunds
by the
pork, drugs and
Lyle
Co.
Undon Conpoilrni
loRdon
.ti, '''' Tl''"'
.. |.i iv..u-
a a i-ipital of loo to
e. aisist or take
e flevelupmem. i-xten-
"rr.vinii ,|
fattr,. i,nui
wgar and un;
" maiiulaclvir. r
["STf"?*' oml?r8M 'rom
' '>'< hiving-olT. It
""* 'u-iiii.iiv ,,t Tato
: 18.
B.U.P.
I*' Bonus For
^SuKarW orkera
* Production bonu."
'"*" or leer, haaend-
|5"JP'hg-Parar>s strike-
if or-*
, 'ooW.rr.en to, the
amj-^"' Worker.' Union
K.'"" minimum bonus
all.1. Union
Jj*sOnTodav
ELITTi ""
ie rlL prn
M' v -' :.ep.m.
Qee,-t p^
thr
A CoinniisMinH-r
In Jamaica. Mr. Db I
that they had a CoinintSMonci (nun
.'., i. rho nakle > i

Service. That report h,.ti been ptib-
ll not yet Implen
rnment, but the
live hi its
'
Her foot-
ing.
On account of the high

lenerallj eccepted to be too low
and while the Hepoi't of the Com-
i o far enough.
yet it was tclt that ii would be a
step in the lifh
would leave room for (UI
provements m UttU pM
iT*| tourist
NMon, Mi Dk
had been a particularly good one
and added that a large amount of
1 dollars had been left in the colony
j by the thousands of tourists who
i came down during the
noteli. bu
; had also
influx u| visitors.
Rum Goes
To Bermuda
Dr. W. Ki formed the
pott mortmi irrUned the
bodj of en u Qeorge
Boyce, Hi
There wore mai;
:he head and
'
with clots was noticed. The brain
was damaged and
to the skull con
at the back of the head and coi -
tinuina: lo the rront Both lungs

normal The liver was pal
mal. In I

fhage.'
,
iboul B.40 pjn h>
i. Church Sti
Peter. (1;!-
- it occurred be-
/
UN inchei Iron
gutter pointing In
the country. He showed him blood
'
from thi- left gutter on
Tha Father-
Diamond (
Has his ,.
15 about 5 p.m. when he left his
About 7 pan
daj be taw bun ;it ti.'
n an unconscious state.
naming he went to th?
hospital and saw his D>
lying in the Hospital
where he Identified it to Di Ken
Selvm Oilk->s said on April IS
about 5.48 p.m. ha
wards th<


heed him "what
tha
nl both fell toll
After Boyce fell he
conscious, havim:
.
road.
The other rider uhom hr re-
cocnlted a% Sonn> i.nit received
a rut over hit risht eye. Wtt* U*
help of i.lIn-r> he helped to lif
lejee hreai the ireead bile i eai
which took him to Hr Clarke but
itr. Clarke a^ n.t ,>i beam tail
the> at onri* loi)k him ti thr (gen-
eral Hospital.
Ait. i he left U
,
tatlon and than went m
, re thi ant occurr-
ed with Sgt. Con
. ,-
. luni
Three Cyclbll
Council Post
lur Lewis, brother of
of Hon'lile Alan Lewis, member ol
Council of St.
Lined his appoint-
ment to the Colonial Economic
undL
. who is i professor at
Manchester University, wrote in
the Manchester Ouordita of
March 16:
"Socialist"
in the
to he dishonest
preaalrn the report;
rendering to
South African policies, which
:
Rlltlni to the 400.000.000 col-
il thV Empire
: to mark
my disgust. 1

B jtrmji Lewis,

TheCampbeUs
Leave In May
HON-BLE P r
O.B.B., Acting Colontal Secre-

to be in

"nt to Tanganj
up hii dutiei as Ai
lonj
i will lx- leaving
May 13
... and will

d to take
cross a few das
ut if time per-
hoped to 1"
call on the Department ol trans-
nk them
the Lnvaluabli

I
struct'i

h
ill, he was huping thai
I
i watchlnj
bvhlle In
ties of nlola*se^ lm Hall-
fax. Bermuda and Toronto, rum
i] cargo for
St. Lucia, left the
by S.S. "Lady Id
Thi- Rodney" arrived earl>
during the day from British Gui-
ana via Trinidad, bringing M|boranBoyceeeh'ridlni i
passengers and | few package nf going In
n Hill st
/alkmg on
Church So
15 and when she reached Mr. Jor-
dan's hou ide of the
road she saw Selvm Q
rgo
nun BrlUsfa Ouiani
shampoo, pat*
. from Trinidad
par, while fron
peas and fre*h fruit wren
The "Rodney" is coi
Uaasi
Ltd

Ut'i.W a,
7"; am.
' ; 5 Bin
Fuel Here
of charcoal,
copra, cocoanuti and Iti
. St. Lucia yes-
terday by
i;iini 8 ''
From Trinidac.
Install 40 tons of coal in
bulk and household efl
hooneri are
to the Schooner Owners' Associa-
tion.
WITH AN
BATTERY
.....


;
Hie Of th,


1
cams !'.:



said on April 15 about

ln| up the
same road riding i
of them '

the right.
The ri-a


A New School
Geometry vd. i
IK A.I..J. i .iiium-Iio
To all interested
- lo lind a
written by a West I;:
West Indian ex..:
the difficulties of West Indians
taken into account.
macho has i i
earful In his task. Hi
produced a logical nq
troQucing the subject infoirnall)
and passing on to a formal pres-
*ntation In keeping with modern
ideas, he has reduced the number
Of esseir.i.!
stressed the practical side, with an
m construction
wisely not separated thi
and theoretical ri
them into a harmonion
The book has
with eaaanl
m dark print Plentj
- '
bold diacj. marked. A
reature of the book is ;he numbei
of worke should be very helpful to the
>tudent.
The hints give.
show an understanding of the
points which cause a schoolbo>
difficulty. I imagine it would he
a particularly useful
book.
Vol. I. Consists of th
i'.irt i ki sn Informal
by draw and 3 n
formal approach leading to
and Pythagoras.
Certain rmaU criticisms occur
to me. The boo
introduce the subject To mv
mind however, the
rapidly. Chapter 2 In partlcuhu
introduces a gp
without much i .
i
proach of ports 2 and 3 could
.
calculations to
icisms could be
.: on a l,ok such
as Unrolls reci nm

could well
..

:

1
that when tWO
1

-

'
'.
Pyihagni. Um ion*
"iild rele-
gate the i
the True,
will be included in V.
i .
.red In Vol 2 and I ;.

vonum
I C QUBR] i
Puisne Judge
For Windwards
And Leewards
?Yon. Our lamttan Cttravondtni
LONDON.
Mi. W'lham Adrian Date. Chief
Windward Islands, lias
been made a Puisne Judge of tha
Court of the Windward
ward Islands. His ap-
waa announced by the
Secretary of State for the Colonies
.-ek.
v was born in 1908 in
e.renada. He was educated at
Grenada Boys' School and Lodge
School. Barbados. Called to the
it.it it the Middle Temple In 1930,
he was in private practice in
Grenada and at St Vincent liefore
being appointed as a Magistrate,
sub-Collector and District Officer
in St Lucia In 1833. In 1939. he
noted to be Crown At-
Vincent and was trans-
Uimalca as Legal Drafts-
man in 1944. He took un his pres-
ent post in 1947
Lnemploytnent
figure Rwluced
In B.H.
Urbadoa AdvocaU Uoirwpoi-lfnt
BELIZE. April 17
Hon. Johnny Smith. Paoplai
Committee leader, who led the
light against the devaluation of
the British Honduras dollar
early this year seconded, a reso-
lution by Hon. Wilson |(C Milhan
- grateful Appreciation
of the I.e. icil to the*
British Government for helping
British Honduras m its immedi-
ate needs and allowing the colony
25.000 tons of sugar.
Uon

Governor RonaLd Qnrvwj itatad
that the unemployment
colony was reduced to
1.599.
The emergency *ict dciarod on
-till enforcable
though anti-devaluation unreal
mt i month) but
rmed report stated that
klUva Council may lift
the ban on the publh
' Learn from
the hospital.
Whenever
infection
threatens
in your home,
'DETTOL'
THI MODIIN ANIISIMIC
Dmiormr . .Va-pn'MM
Dtun'l Pmm . Ojtml \t*m
J JiinI Rrrriveti
A LOVELY
J ASSORTMENT
OF
EASTER EGGS
C CAS1T0N BROWN!
WliolosoW & Rated
Druqgial
136 Ro.bi.ck Si. Dial 2813
eVW
Fresh for your
Pets !
PURINA DOG CHOW
FIR1NA RABBIT CHOW
n Jjor Jonet & Co, Ud.
Distributor*.
Airfield For
Jamaica Filmland
HOLLYWOOD.
Kingswa ennoun-
I Ihrwood tnat they havn
i
U s air iMise in Jamaica, for rtlm
prooucuon and will ba |
there on June 1.
i. Kmgswood's
llanaaar, said that the
agreemenl glvaa Klngawood uaa
of equlpn i sveral bun*
ins of pounds
including bousing .itmmmodatIon
basO) which cu\'
700 acres.
Arrangements have been made
with Ragle-Lion for work on 12
nima In Jnmaica B.r P
COOLING &
KEFRESHIMG
c.
I IN
Oil Director
From Trinidad
of Trim-
Ltd Mi itutf -
Mn MUITBJ od Dl Mans Kug-

I tt, a Petroleuin
.ii arrive tnu
- II from Trim-

negotlati
ernment for a In
oil here.
TALKS END IN HAVANA
HAVANA. April 18.
an Agri-
cultural t i log yester-
day, adopted a
iing the orgai i
undertake
to stuctj furthering the ertabush-

' d that all
Houafng

- latlon to
.. .
i

In
k the rear

e ground. He r;-
' inscioui man a*




ttotbej
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ematnber if thei
i road uhen
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n Amrlrsii roiMllraldlaro^^
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ajJMBSDAY, APRIL IK. i.-.
CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl"'
I1AKII ADOS \l>\ PAGE SEVEN
has""

FOR REXT
HOUSES

I 0317.

a i Bfljpri
nea fully (Ur.
UIM-K.n.
THANKS
_. through thl* medium to thank
7^wtvo S3 wreathe, cart., letter*
mW oihar *1W prT?'^lbl,^-??y
. recent *d wrniviiin'
iisun _.
II 4 VI
ii imi ohm- .in. a*. ..--._.,
turn mm
.*50-lf
"STsranti. (amity.
<< !
IN MEMORIAM
lav-Kg nnwofy *( our bWovrd
cftrniiriis smtth. who feu oaieep on
*C.^'jSifcf! for n" pollution
Sf^TnwI I* ever bW-
I 5^, thy gelt of nr*olution
15 nmn* bo al real.
Lib*. Thome tii*ri, Clyde ana
fwtM William* 1 4 50In
_____aj husband LAWRENCE KAMUFI.
SvuH ,,.. f. em t ludderi
KTV* April IKh 1M0.
, Aad I row
r, ,,,.., m
An* "tro* e**t
i iv grave
ff ine* for you.
_ hirh I pa** through
iw hide* bur not deVWei
Roach IWV9>. Vflrlon H,trli
mother), Charles Samuel
Ut
^'^oo^App^^-^-"-.
Telephone un
IS 4 30-on
"25 '"" *"** by obtaining order.
'of private Clrutma. Car** from
"""fr*-**/ Mo orenou. ejoaarlw..
_*~'. wni# tod., (0T i.
i-SLS0** * """ irge,t ,re
nl^^^.PU,"^'V*,; """^ --on.
Jcoee, WiuiM., fc (^ ^ victo.i.
*>'" ITowao. la,,,. 4i"* *
CLUB SECRETARYSHIP
VACANT:
*wrt-o*-Spaln. Trinidad which tw^iw.
9S l5
IS 1^M"
Hall Flat No
Church. Pullv n.*S A...
Chni
llvOrooiii
>. VtTandnha
<> "II mno>m rt>n
1*71.
riooklfui The wo
^letter* r>Ul MT
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OFTICB-Ono OfTIco over Sonii^-,
l.undry Depot Mwhll] .Slrt*t ApH,
Snutaxy Laundry Co. Tel a?*?
_____________________31 1 JOI f.a
CULIHTNE 1'rtri.B. Bnh.h.ft
fill) fiunlahod. ranunl'i;
room.. Prlcidairf- ^kI all nwxlcm con-
vnnlnMnt tor Mny. Jun<- j
Itioito 8310 Mm. S. H. Byi *
II
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HUNQALOW. alao Flat, farirur ^ m.,,
rood, Ilaatln*.. runilihrd fr,.
Ail POtnliVlf. EiurlHh balhi uh hcatrr-
-liower-. tBlophonna, vwar-
P^iono 31.3 io
NOTICE
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JSH :s mnvarvn .. ,. .
1
...rtul* """d u. mp under

POST OFFICE NOTICE.
AIR MAILS
refennet to tin th* public
arc asJted i nott that aithouKh Um rautlDJ
Kingdom
Mondays. Thui |
air mails lor inc United Stales are now :
'or tho Northern State? reaching Ki
will be seen that there is now no ochn gained b;
rouUng letters for London or N V.rk via Tii:u,(;,a .,:,,! .
rusher rate of pa
SCHKDU1X
A.M.
u Mon. 11.45
(b) Thur. 11.45
Mull for the United Kingdom
InWPM
DwterJpM
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Monday 5.15
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A M
Sunday 9.45
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Monday * 20
Mails for the United States

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iKxraMd i>ntori|| the (.
thereto, (urvliur tcard only
ir^ndj w,,n
"* r i*i
'- .r pmn oi whot dntri
Itall ,., ui> ,P un
And all pn, indcoleo
t.. an rnqunttod to nrUta ihcr
(h-MMtura, without i
ol March IBM
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IOII KALE
AUTOMOTIVE
Daihihebo. for tht1
June and HI
T. fioodtntl. Sin-,|[.
i.
CAP- -* Aiirtln A-T0. dnmngcd in
fjddnl rw -1* by auction on In-
C*arM) Caraae on Friday Ihla woek
HjJpm. mXOX A- HI-VDON
If 4. f*-ln
THl' K >ne 1031 Chevrolet TrutK in
M ontar. Tj-re* rood. Hattery new
Appl- f A. noddliut. Itank Hall Cm*.
aad !-..
REST COT Or. S. W.i, i ,
ell 2 Btrtroonui fumul*.! |
DU1 3K6_________
HOUSB-In Pine Hill, fully tumlatinl.
from July to octnoer InchafJ i
provnd tenant Rooaonable rent AaiiI-
Dob King
P.KCT3J C.ATESNaw Gaiderui Ptilly
'tall houte (<.r
im Mjv (Ui uitalHe f-- ..
loa Heal Katt.tr Atfrncv
Ota Hotel txa. Telephone JOB.
4.Bo-9n
NOTICE
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For Sul""Coftf MISCELUNEOUS
svitl'P or FIG-ror conUI
Find ntomnoi i
-^n-cnplng In action.
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1 CUS-Cbw Chryaler Sadnn Cor. Hi
DM*- **-li:i Car. t1> PlimoiKh Sedu
aid li Hard Sedm Cm Applv:
c o rntono|jtnn Onmjce.
Ktf.L > lotke. 19 4 SO- Ji
VAJt- 1HI tJune i Fordaon 10 e-t
HI Van mllaaa* under 9.000. ownei
rlYaa la rood rondlUni. for vtewtnv
Irke Wll CO or wm ofrtt- Appf-
lake A neanf. A-'Imi nmina. Haifl-
toxt A ic. . m. to I? noon dally
in .N Sn
CAS- .
HP > Anoiy U
Bulldirur Teleplion.
IB 4.50 3n
CAR- One Autln M up Saloon 104
|pl m really Rood order. Cole & Ci
18 4.50 4n
CAS- W G SporU Model, In food

RKJRICAL
IWRlOtRATOP Mew IM* Oaner;,!
H '"on Pert with ruamnlee
"* 19.4.M 3n
JUTTrllc Mixnts Thera |
E5r.,S*,Jhrm TO-r>AY m -;
WTOHNSON i CO. I.TI>. R
18 4 So an
i- 'II Tnormuihlared Filly by
[rj*"*' "> Auarua. Hot Dam
iTf ****""""* Apply (J i.
;llaneous
pm China, olq Jow-ta. "ne SUvar
^**f* wl_ boo*.. Map*. Aulo-
Anop.
' M^ Tn Rood condition I fl
PjHLU_i,V pump at Bel AH
TOVl PAHT8 Flam*
^ Wkk. Wlck-Camer., Flam.
i utnrrka, Oeneratora, and olh
Auto Tyre Co. TrafaUat
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further ahJpntaii ut i
P*y Which w,
will And our
AgriUs.
b
BAtJ/JONS
Hliee, m-t bum

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HAUt IIHUHHRFK-AU. kind. NVlo
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CAMERASAll Vat*
Piled from IS OO to SW.oS
v.rilion roinpleir wUhoul ;. Conwra -
KniKlit'i llnig Slorra.
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'i* rui-vnillon of aea. oar "i I
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194 TANK One '... -..I..
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;tied with tr- ,<(.;. kI
ap Alaryno Hl|h
'
iiii iii mwriNG p
leitcane and teinilrv- mini
-)wd*r for the n I
kin Irrilrtion. ..r*1 ta
erapamtion C F 1Ut1c
I .id

im ill m S4LBS
AUCTION
D'Arcv A 190*1 -' Mnnanne Lane
nfTera the followirut piopeitlea at St
Geome 111 One proptrly i
lerar nouse
hich ii in perfect order
At St .tame* one 111 MOPOfl
I around JO acrei of 'and and a two
orey Itone houae which ha. n lovely
. * of the I hurrh one (> propriiy eon-
Una of 0 arabkt acre* of land and a
in (tnrey Wall houae
. ;ih one Hi propertr ronlt-
id ol 30 acre* of land and I
auac. with Bovl. wal" and eli
DA IK.
'* CO LTD. Broad I
19 4.1
-ii
JJlJMttH For Weddinci or
I"**. HATS and HAKD-
l.4.S0-an.
vr \,i'a I aatfjmt
ih.ha:)
tho MobB'.N
^UKDEin HIN(.X BacauM
__ t ** MODI3LN for
takiSL, 3L, VAN KAA1.TE
T MlUPIT. M-oad Kt
1*.4 59-3n
u.tciaaaa with
_ -t-a. lived
O. W. HUTtnUNSON
I' li.*59-*i.
^KWXK CAMk, sToCKWfJn
*" *. )*+ KnUOU. Drval
I___________________lS.4.30-gn.
implesGo
"Killed in 3 Days

m :.,.'",' '" wan thai
MbT ElJ b on the -kin thai
BK^fW, R*>l Hloiehei, Ke-
[|| tat^L-if**1. K,uP"na. Y<>
a"^- -w^ ""In troubUa until
Mar jffTlth*t hw* ' '* tiny
Jeem from
inoar HM pwiliie
_ ^ "'" " *'!! ClllOOth or
^dertn
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ON THURSDAY 30Ui by order of
Mr. Frank Sweet we will aell tut
Kumltiu-r at N. 1 -'Majr..
Quarter*" Wtdah
JUurui and Dmwliui Raun> Furniture
M Btrch and Far oonairttrut ol HcfrevWo
Dltunc Table. Uprfcaht Chain. Mom.
Setlec and Arm Caaur.
Cabinart. Side and Cofle.
tainted Craam and Orren Mahog.
Doaka. Tea Trolley. Floor Lamp*. Gbua
Wara, Simmona Double lt*dttud and
?in*. Dwp SlNp Uatu-aM. Drwartni
Tabla with Larwe Round Mirror. Chcta1
Cream. Sprinf Cot. Baby Soale.. Pram.
Can%wa Bath and Table M T waih-
ui-l. Fuldina Darhaua and Mattre*.
Toya. Tricycle. WcaUnghouw Kefrif
rralca- in perfect working ordor. S>iani
Top Table. J Burner Florence Oil Stove.
l un*- Wafnal aotita m n Klk ha -
Tablaa ^i1 lither Itcma
Bale 11.30 o'clock. Tornia eaih.
BRANKF.R. TROIMAN A CO
Aurltanerrs.
M -i fet.
REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW at Nv Gordcna. Stan
BjRr conrtruried. Thrae Bedroom
running waOar. All rnodarii
G^wge. Sruit tree*. I
Clarfcr. Phona 4430 R U> I
l| M
Arrhi
REST HAVEN" Hi IV. i
Small llitaw. all convenience*, nra
baarh and bua. Low u.-.
pecHoii on pnemlara at any unn
rhune Owner at Jlht 10 '"
-TlrE BERWICK'' Sltuale In Two
M,l- Hill. St. Mich....
IT.ngB Mjuare feel of land TK- hot,
ountnlna drawing and dlnlrut rooma.
bedroom., pantry, k lie hen and uaua
oMom Water and EUx-tric light
vaMta* room In the yard
inapoctlon on application on tna preml-
ea to Mr. Wnakaa the ict.M
Tho abura Will be art up for aato a I
Public CoraprtUion at our office In I ucaa
Street. Bridgetown, on Friday the Slat
April
Barbados Youth Movement
ell and bul
1
lo hrli>
I'Oltkalo*
[all.

a
. .
Mail closes
A M
:. 11.45
(e) Wed 2.00
P.M.
(f) Sat. 9.00
Barbados
PJ1
Monday 5.18
Thurs. 9.45
AM.
Sun. 9.45
NOTE. The mail (c) despatched .
Lttvei
Jajiaml
I'M.

tlM mail (c> despatchttl on Thursdav
States arc the quickest.
Canada
The position in the case of air mail-
Mails despatched on Tuesdays na Ti
on the following Friday P.M.
Curacao
An Mails for Curacao wilt l i
and Thursdays.
' Plane does not call M Jan.
Oneral Post Office,
!8th Apri. 1950.
19.4.50In
OUTWARD FROM TME UNITED KINGDOM:
i' am
Due
BaVbtdOi
Uvtrpool MU3 Manh uth Apr.
..uulon 7th Apr. 251h Apr.
Uverpool 15th April 28lh Ai.r
HOMEWARD FOR THt r\lTKl R09QlWatl
For
liOndoti
Closjai
IStH April
13th \
n AMH>
HELP
A JUNIOR CLERK for our l.i.mbi




lelter and In peraon o(

IS.4 50-Sn
..''.-I
1 UaUad
U9 Ltd
Appl> !,.!.
the KfU April
.
MISCELLANEOUS


I'iiIiIm- Sal-.-Conid.
REAL ESTATE
I 'et up for *ale at public
iin Mil;
-
x hou.w i formerly the

the P-rlah ..f S I
nth the Lin
iiinlng by admearuremenT

i.kI II o'llo.
Ira- further particular, -md Condi
cxyrnji cATFt>Ri a- co
U H ln
AT the offlce ol the under*lgn#d on
Friday the Slat InaUnt al 2 p.m. a)

01 'hare. In the WEST INDIA HIXJUIT
CO LIMITED
07 liaraa In the BARBADOS HKE IN.
RlTtAN I
4J -luu-e* in the WEBTMNDtA RUM
REFDVERY I.TD
- in the "AIUtA-
I I Til

CAIUtrNGTON
4 * The

Offleea. No: 17 HafJ
nndgelown. on Friday Uu II
April l*an. ..I I p m
paid up Polio* in ! liart-.i
Ufa A
e life of A P agad ft vea
0 or.
COTTIJ"-. CATIXHtP. At c;>
rOefl and land thereto con-
The dwelling hoiae whlcn M i rub-
vied rta"*w-;i b g
i^claea -
IKjWNSTAna. Spacloua raol veran-
0 aldaa. large drawing arii
eo*. laidrr roam,
'.en and aervanta' room
1 S bedroama. toilet and
! U| -i..r::
..
the houae. aa well aa ipackiia back yard
nid fruit tree- i
YARD UiTVe garage and >


.nh Mr*. Walt. >
e 3SU
e aucUon on Friday the V*
,.in. 1000 at 3 p.m. at the -
undenigned from whom furiher parti'
ulara and randlUona of uii-


ll 4 so an-.d
SUNSET VIEW-Bock ley lAdfain
Ing BI.UE WATERS', on Hie land >:d<
of law road facing the Bay -.iih 13.40
aquare feet ol land Including the Ian
acroaa the rond running to the water'
dge The houae conudna verandah,
drawing and dining room, three >-!-
:i anr dayPhona 0300. Mr
.a wilt ba art up to public
competition at the ofBca of the uJaSer.
.igr.ed on Friday, the Hat al
CARRDK3TON Or SEAI.Y.
i km BOraM
SI S SO-lSn.
COMING SOON
Handy Htttfl
r..n.i'.. '..i i
Jimt the thlrac to in* on one
"f >our Hotpkitc Boiling Hing..
1*K1K OUT for ... .
II PAl'S 10 ADVERTISE
Mr. I't.is.iul
VOU I UI HAVE
i INI iv-l U D
IMIIII IWISKIKS 1 O
IIMIII II
itMir.uiif Un4tfwrltan
M-iil .11 -.|r..l
I IK
Oil SALE
"MAJtiSlOW
eh,
| rdns-Room, Urge kiiclien. Bultery, i
..ii Balconia OuU
1
DM Month e
Further particulars. |
ill <
IOII SALE
For further particulars apply to
DA COSTA & CO., LTD-Agcnt..
"Oil KALE
HOIST SPOTS
III IMUM. SITES
Cash or Easy Trms
From 10c. per Sq lool up
KM and WATER
BlRTICn AVAH
*l
PtCKWICK

S. lrUEND8R3*>, Tloiherwl
Turning. St. Muha.l.
" >.\D, St
I. WEI iSTON

viirhael.
MOTTLE V,
IB99L
i aMT, iiri.'..
Canadian National Steamships
IM IHItlM S|,

! AltY NE1SON
IADY nODNEV
'.....' "' I Rarbadoe Barl>0J0
,.^ .. Iltn Ap* 1^,,, Ad- 3-d Apr 9Jih a
BE* ^!-^ JM lull Ith i :,
! j :>ney
\1Y -
LADY RODNEY
I-411Y NEI 'i>*J
' >DNEY
tin Ha
gth Jim,
rrth Jun.
Boalon
SBW Apr.

lota jun
tn |uhf
"in tua
-
ISih Apr.
?l-t Jun
10th July
Bill Aug

in^5tubi#ci to change without oollea. t
hen Paeeeneer raiea and frelahl
i:\ VYIOY
Standing on nearly ', Acre,
rum marlng ""npletion, having Three;
fully tiled I

A fuurth Bodri

Viewlni .-piMiin to - -
RALPH A. BEARD
Hardwood Alley pnone 4683 or 8402.
19.4
HAIIIIAIIOS UAL
ESTATE \I,IMV
Phuiir ;:t:iti
0sK4M "ttlfrtS I Intel Ltd.
I
y, .
INDI 8TRIAL
('OMMKKC IAI.
KI Mill Ml\|.
< OKU [j |
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent,.
HE. tJUL, TIIAXSM-LA.-VTIOt'E
fRENCH USE
Nuiltny |0
MLS,,
1 IGNF.- \pn| lS'h. 1850
n J SR" Ma> ii:
In, 1950
"UASCgUNE".. June 28l!i. IMO
April
\|ul
Ma>
Ma)
Julj
Sollaitg io
i'lut'touln
. !950
:iith. 1SIS0
13th. 150
31st. 1850
5th, I960
Koi tuither particulars apply to :
H. M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.
iok SAU 'BLUE VISTA' ocivii>
Uy wdl-butH
(all with
Mania and .,
I
DIXON & BLADON
(JOHN M. BLADON, \ I
Ke^i K-Ulr AgenU \n< teSBf
PHON1 440
V. |.)
ulionrrr-. Mir\nm%
ri im \ nONfl III II.HIM.
WANTED
Fox Employment with the Pan-Ore
Steamship Co. Inc.
(Panamanian Mag)
a very limited mimlter af . .
A i Seamen
Seamen
!! MOM
Ortttan
e noor.i
('hiel C

.n |ierH. iiarge iiapeis
irioniaU stating expei,
'-,-.
I
..
On no in
DA COSTA & CO., LTD
f0& ^
This pure rich milk powder comes In large 12-lh '.ins
al M.4 pi Un. a haixly and team
powticN-,1 nUk Tor the famiiv
Dairji kgba#1 -jaiity Cow's
Milk, and procattjtd su that all th-- nat.w^i vi1
n iimv flavour of rraah Cow
DIKIXIIONS Mix qeM heaping tabb
Dairj -iiy hall pint (Va pint) or en
liquid Poi rxira goodness, mix and teava in n
aratl li no h- id Data .
.ir-li Powder Into your mixiuir *. m-r t-i-tb i\.
Dairy
Pride
-fe
'h Tourishn'.c^
T^icV >" Honour
I I 'v. | Milk
n ..f full cream mm,
. .
nnd those
Ca>4a. 991
MAFFC0
*lleta. Arthar A Da
" 1 >ill.ii Mr*-..
. 1 < -
s at i..a
)'>( a Ca. 1.44 .
-uiria. -.-it a ca
P^ GENUINE PB CKOnN CISC! K Alt ~ I.QIS ttll 11K WITH BMM OR WHISKY.


PAC.F ll'.IIT
RIRBADOS \DVOCATF.
WEDNESDAY, \PRH. 19, rg,
.T6- <3AMBOL<3
(V Mj !og=
Britons Still
Most lliglil>
Taxetl
/\ TERSCHOOL
CRICKET
18
.od in al
1
Rober:
-apparel
elaim*
0 r mm Pace 1
W.l. Cricket Team
Full Of Confidence
W.I. (,'ri< k.t.r-
Arrm-at Kaslbournr
Empire
Defeat
red 53 lor fi

lark* 6
nlorma-
Uon indicated Ul
HE.at
10 per cent above that of the nrst
"We are at the moment in over-
1 D \\ ill Kaci' ror
Id and have made |
11% IVli-r Hillori
LONDON April 18.
that the K<
CASTBOITHVF *
*.<>n for ten
As the

College 21
minute*
odd gnai
i i ompleto "
oeen carried out at Lords ES
and tl,.
ime of tho four agaii *
' brimful of
. .

dard, the captai:
. erhap* a shade avrr-
fident
with thr party
Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY
Noire Dame
Wins Again
THREE thii
were played
I


I
v I


ry beftinnint:
wr jtold and
|
:hat Bni-
-xpanding satis-


Kven apart fl
lo be in-

arteaa wettoi ' ue
ICfSM iii" *
rbtj had mined
Britain Between ^eptem-
V jmi tiw
il fooa.
Rowing Cup
PHILADELPHIA. April 18
Wood. Australian and

! the Philadelphia sold i
Challenge Cup. emblerr...-
World's Championship
Champion John
. September
ttMauticmy be-
Ainning the Olympic
.older of
9 ills, after'
i^reed to
tea. |
tiinouncedj
ihal the l held on1
Reuler

1

ON
!*
the man
Pin Striped Seme n-------
Navj & Broun.
Elegant. fr the occasion
Piirvun <" W< i .el Tfoptwli
in V i. rWaJO
Ol (lIl-Mtlll).....
(,rr\s ;iii(l lawns
Cave
Shepherd
& Co.. Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Sire*
.
\KMIV \l -





lill-%. i


Trad.-
.ijermere Old Bo)
v were the centre (fating them 5-1 nment
of a great deal of interest and The Old
I fully occupied attend- to icon- ^million
of about
in their honour -as.
Mr .1 M Kidney (Manager) Alan <
Worrell and Ever- Fverton
II




..reased
:
ti

M are no rtn
Bui for :h. RUSSIA DEFEATED
of the party '
i
wore:
............. I........Unudlnn
i,.,,....,l, mt* *->dered ti to I
ip3.....iw ** 5 m-
***** -" rrlurnnu to
h.s hotel r.H,m |kft| hi M .on,
plrlrh astounded At the volume
ml London. Iraffle and the eon
.....lit mU bajXta thai ,,u(n-
i 11, trie air
H Re.*
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At 110,984

|
' -
I (ii- -in illiu ! M
iimic h miirt- lli.ni UM unavold
able deiree ol llu - i^ n.m MI r.'jl trouble
. mu-t build "P th . n
.\ trj "a* he declar-
ed.



Su-rhn:;
Britain i
i

: -

Turning
ltd it was



1 I
000.
Ion, said the Conservative

Rrutrr
MOTOR RACE
SUNDAY
BRESCIA. April 18
I
i driver, who
the Pau Grand;
Prix this
competitors In the Mllli
Italv's classic md
here on S
More than 300 dl
expected to start In tin
The 1.000 mile* com-
eastward from r;ere to the Adri-
atic coast, hugs the coastline io|
nland to Rome,
climbs u; seaboard |
,o Leghorn, then strikes out
through Pisa. Forence.
Bologna and ba, R
-
will be "' mo'"''
-Reuter.
-.-..---.-.-.-.----a-^ J 111 I"" ".....---------.....I
IINOIini t'AHPETS
Sim: 9 ft. by 7'/, ft. nd 10V, (I k) n
Also
MXOLEUM IX BOLLS 6
All very reasonable in Price.
mk

uiahUflm
I.IIKIllitHILlil.
IocoomM
im
10 At 11 UoehucK Stroet
IN mi < M WITH BABBADOH
0OAB1 -i HHW
I .
. i HartMdoi


-

- laban ,--inpoa. 9
IS Itonshild.

S Ad*laI.-.

ArrndMlyk. I

A new economical decoration
for WALLS ami CEILINGS
SISC0L1N DISTEMPER
Covers in one coal
Supplied in Powder form in many altracUve colcMJ
WHITE. CREAM. BLUE. SUNSHINE. GREEN, BUTT.
Made ready ior use by mixing 2) pints water wilh Sbf
powder.
51b. packages at 90c. per paclcag.
'ir*My
Alka-Selt/er btnig* quick re-
lief. The large lablel in glu
ol -tei dote ii- m rl
pleasant, iparkling loo! Not a
lautiv* Alka-Seltzer
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO, LH
Phone 4456
HuidworeDq
c&wioov/>'-W' 1 A 1.
Barbadoa Friendlj
Football laWoeiation
i i
M..l.lr mt *
l
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I
Th.- ^ esther
id l'\.
>un K.se-. | !* a
-mi Bflai i, IU > III
Mi-in 11 ii.t Qaarti ^c"1
i Ifhuai I t" i'
High Waati I H mm ''
pm
, I >UKIl\\
IUiiiI 'II t odriin.l'ii ml
luUl fW ni.Hilb i ihM
iaj 01 i"
I.UI...I..UH. Hai I
It-mo1 '.'!"' Mm
Wind Mucltaa
tl pm >
iVhbl \.....>' I I aUtoi per
haw
B.......lei
|| M.) 10.011
tm
Superman
couWn'l
keep his
mud on
his wok!
(.LOBE
opem FRIDAY ,
*mmL ^BT*^--"."
JIM. Wfflam,
BALL HOIDEN
ll|.....ini!
Siilur Apr.'i'l
NA
(LIB
IJ\I II K 111)1 l
01 LAWUNOI
Phone K4%
FULLER DETAILS
LATER
Holoina Sauvacr
ulked lo order I 6t-r. Tb
( jiudlan Kin- He. each
Salted Nut* ^R Im
IVjnul Buller Oth lii
( remola < r.stjrd I'uuder
lOe. pk.
t raaaji af IVbaal a> I
.i, pk
Enillsh Jam* 1 I* *
Apple Sauce Is UBi *
Pure I rench olive 01
IhiU. *8e.
SuUon'i l-iiklfd (*
hoi. 51e.
sulUiu HiMH *
1 urraiiU S.Sc. Ii
ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO: Lfl>
HIGH STREET.
yd tp M*1"*'
I In \ II IX) Ii Every Time
..._ By Jimmy Hallo
' TrlE FATE 0- BtOOFES A".c BLOTCH.
i*HE SELECTED A SUIT PROS-' A THREE-
INCH-SQUAKE SV.ATCM--
t
J '.
hERES A SEAuTlCuu FWTTERN-
went 66TT.sa a bolt of it in
___V TWA0WO.'.'--B0T TMiS SAMPLE
*aaa will qive >oo the idea-
X AT & 9<)|j| ra VEAHI TU ATS ABOUT
Bjt coucarep to the sample.the
suit is atomic its as loup as
the togs of a burleycue covmc
JUST
OPENED
JERSEY
SILKS
IN 8 PLAIN
COLOURS
48 s I III I a yd.
STRIPES
111 lovel> background
48 01.56 yd.
t aflord to Mht
thrve U!e*l fuhloii hlu:
THANI Bros.
HAVE
REAL
ENJOYMENT
BY OBTAINING
1 SMJMT
THAT IS
PLEASURE
ALWAYS A
TO WEAR
FROM
C. B. RICE & Co.
OF
BOLTON LANE


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