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PAGF EIGHT BARBADOS ADVO< ATI nil BSDAV xi'lill. %  „ iK. Dames Heat ) HPC 3-0 Notre Dame defeale-1 Y 3—0 in their Second *ure when the> B i .-.>n 81 the Perl then %  %  od to up with the speed of the lime Gill, the Notre Dime's centre forward opened the eeore when he %  well timed shot A aba' Inside nhi %  %  from mid-Held In the second half, play was aoin transferred to the VJI leereas* icl at .i pMi from nhX wing The final blast I i \..ir DMM i.n, Daniel. Branch. Robf.M.YA Empire Dele*! Conbermere 5-3 F.Mi : %  %  %  %  %  %  %  in th<* last 1 %  %  *eho The Waiter Believed In Mind Over Menu II. Hillll^ r iso p* >. rrf rmvine nsh in the Public P the market lhi->. %  %  I .^_______ S AUERBKATEN txpUlr. the East Side equn browa. and when w: %  eal dish is usually ming in I golden orown | tanked by pouto pancakes—t howheaver spud Well, the other Thursday, tortured by a >-i ; dehI loaded mv %  %  fetch, with UM %  %  -auerbraten in New York worth a second drool. The dinner rush m OW" the Time I ;.r : face like rail i plopi' %  I m a napkin. Trinidad Trying To ""**" lu n Form Cricket Board \ ( *, KFFORTS arc being made in I rtm-lac! to lorm a i ricKel ,! Contrul alcin^i the lines of Barbados, Iv %  %  %  -brat Jamaica ne of the foui 7'' table* Ha ; ,, t c .„_1 thr cloth' Hoard ..f Control. _~ %  I KFKORTS are being made in 1 nnidad to form a Boa which has no ooaru 01 vumiwi I .,been rat %  rrinldad for tl l_*t r run right full back. Gibbo n kor im %  %  %  %  [ %  Utter of Muertfth ibout to dig in when n occurred hadn t %  i;e that, obso% % %  hrhile he was setting the 1 I doodled the word on %  I the S; Trinidad for UM Wn ning He I i impressed by the /M \ TO \ LI. \ /)S 'he first 7 „ ,, '' w *"" (ilPl.r nhants :n the tin. whereas the rtl itf Queen*! Part Conu %  %  %  lourn %  %  nee. He arrived name Asked what he Ihougl durini %  I had only seen %  and H 3o M li s vi II c Wednom that it a %  e Hill %  11 liiRh %  %  %  %  Kruler I and that the high %  .'. %  i) B.W I %  %  %  ;.. I Control to | %  %  %  lie -. %  ! not thai had %  meelin_ Ut week lien the* dedatad UM iiaatllall.B or UM latacaallM ert_eai prtaaarj ah , | iraajM lw to exercise a sort of avw ->II aaatrel al the atayen and the eojewataMfteeai 1 LIM MIKHllll Mil I| ot Il>, difTi-triil oiK.iiii-.lionthe Asa->. that when ih* %  1 %  %  %  Nil DON ( beta With rat %  %  %  i %  o f the %  I 8 | M l! C I i Fortress %  If M P C [)iv I .;. 19 | u\ H C gi .,., B M l'i'-%  *on. v \i Pj | M H C 0 B C x J Y i \ W / Wilt Have Ftrst Practice Game on Monday %  i i. .n Game i %  % %  %  R.ll.i. Itadiu I'ri^rainiiii %  .it these days ho viaitad m | M ing u penali %  %  %  <:< liter Hi %  %  . .ii prinawi %  i' nv T*k" Copt. Top I urnvi Scons TECHNICAL KNOCKOUT In Two Rounds %  of Argen* %  I M I Joe Louis Lea i w FOR BRAZIL %  ubition will %  • ught the coffee. I said "Ho whit I wanted"*" "I've been working here twentyi .rs." Bu: -By loeaUnd k it 'howed." I aid. Okay, now yv don't want no dessert o here's your check." The incident bouM vaiter anothci • As per usual. I had %  yen for .'.itL'ii hut to 11 nfoea him Thi % % %  n tn> tray-tootaa up-and-down. 'Make up please the Hnast duck no or sauerbraten ri "Sauerbnten, meekly. Ui me in on the Said when the meal W*J OVetC, •'How do you do tO put a Huge: rise.'' he said "afainly, it's a lot •.f little small things. %  Igh, ."lues a lime yuu %  an hen a cus%  drools a couple drops like he's thinking about something juicy. •Or take when J vegetarian comes in he looks kinda disinterested in food to bein you get an idea by UM corner of his mouth utl he's thinking of sour cream %  'fXON'T vou ever U takes and get in trouble' I said. h et 1 don't make, but trouble I once got into. 1-ast year i two of our customers got married | -the lady a vegetarian and the teak-rare type. %  When they tame m after tho honeymoon. I went to the kitchen and brought | out a salad for the wife and a big steak for the husband when the wife saw the steak, right away You lied to me. she said, i married you with the detlnite understanding no more meat. 'The waiter made some terrible kind of mistake, -aid her n.isbund. I was thinking about a tme like you nlod musta been some place elsewhere. I excused myself to the couple So I took back the steak while the husbands eyes followed like a hungry dog. and I then I brought him on a P^J I whole head cabbage, unstufied. and told him. 'Enjoy'." H IS story nnisheu. UM waiter scooped up his tip and switched off the neon sign in tne window. "I* time now 1 should have a little bite something myself." he said. 1 studied his face and tried to figure out by the droop of his underlip what he was going to eat but his face wasn't talking — at least to me. "What're you gome to have. I finally asked. • %  I don't know." said the waiter. "1 can't make up my mind,' Read Bill> Ro*e in ihe Kveninf \dviK-iieeven attain —i..t.>. Rinso makes coloured clothes brighter—white things whiter — with its richer lather > That's because the action of Rinso is so thorough and gentle — it floats out din easily and in record ume. 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"• %  '""-" ItAKBADOS ADVOCATE sugar Market Dominated BY Cuba ,f* ^ LONDON _. Cuban Sufai aa^Sflijoj and 5.W0.O0O tons. n* .i£Z i a te' bull. 2fSff'v,e l d S currently being m respon\ peeled to dev harvested t] sugar output he 1949 figure of 5.146, STr-e*. : i might 2*7"; ( s caused disas felt ;hat, if need could coi r • %  Ci ". l . position. Prod •jrJUi re Btl %  Cuba wou'd leet crop prosrope and Hie I Tfce %  see C,' 1 AS i mprovement in European _££ would mean a dollar sav2L At trw JgL. in the United States equal K( quota would rou I KiKrrased outl< Juion In deficit would give Should the U.S. yield fail serigg*r however. Cuba would stand %  a benefit Similarly in the case of 7European failure. But Czarnitt* warn that the position would on be so favourable lo Cuba in tab instance became "it it leas aely ihat the position would be ^glanced by an Increase in purdun of "Dollar" sugar than by HKtenlng of belts, failing .ideau\f supplies of so-called soft CTtncv sugar." time reckons u ought the House." Mexican Oil Economy Reviewed fWn Our London Corn LONDON, %  %  %  bcuon cruel expoi k7 ai this would make it easier kr Mex.u to balani %  its payMDU With wect Board Landon enti Cemmercul Con HBICO." pnwmiooi took pi. i last yes*. iei-ti.. iba the head ol •'• Bsel-h. But no ignani %  Khed. I m the I %  aUMini -Ution. PMrolooa Mexicanos, .is.si w it to ue lb i as increased its : loan rtaources, it has had [ I Bf |n *' % %  %  IBsunip'.. | %  point .. %  orb ui, %  jortable n ntion has Lpald to exploration. Tho he Texas starteU *" ] • fch. .i %  also required to bring new Had companli ta would laBBBBBB P* d In Mexico as an c5[ %  napes of oat torn ^^ %  llaii iu Mexic-n ">* contracts with American raits: tnr Cities Sen, gay. Edwin Pauley, the "Can Independent oil Comt and Signal Oil Company, will be out in two an i and one area State n ( Vl border. RED FOR A DAY MOSINEE A "Communist" Kovermnen 1 will take over Mosmee May 1. BOilO its newspapers, churches and police offices, and open concentration camp for enenm ot the state" among its 3.200 readouts. The "Reds" will hsve the lull support of the Wlscon Mill town—because the Commanists invasion is a "Rcd-for-a|ect planned by the local i Legion Post to make clear what life is like under I dictator. National guardsmen will pity 4 the Communl and set up inspection posts on all toads leading into the community. main nitiance permits und *eOII t Of gas slatici. fuel only to those who hold •state' iermits. :.proved'* group of officials will run tha pan, editors, %  .,<%  leaders will be moved In tton camp behind barbed wire. tilt to the "state" will be e x posed by inMill workers will have a new pay scale — $4 for a 12-hour day, with no bargaining rights. Busi. % %  i '%  : A dtatfa w Minister Probes Slavery Charges "Men Are Chained By The Neck' .99 MR P A. McBRIDE, Australian Minister of the Interior, is to tly to the Northern Terrttorj to im charges of slavery among the aborigines, ihe inhabitants. Cattle owners and doctors m the sparsely populated territory ere demanding that a royal commission be set up to sift the allegations. These are that aborigines are chained and herded into camps Without trial; are refused freedom of movement*, that money they earn is taken from them by the Department for Native Affairs; and that "barbarous treatment by the Queensland authorities" has reduced the original 200 tribes to 40 Rough-riding cattle-man Wason Byers, whose property of S.6O0 square miles is as big as Yorkshire; %  shire together, charges that aborigines are worked in conditions of slavery. London Painters Take Over Ship LONDON. April 18 stopped pr.nting their ship the PrtMknU Ptroa in I^mdon docks today and %  had been made to their Captain iy the Painter* Union. Mr. A. s *aid: "As from tORtonovi and on TII future OCOaeioag when the docks all painting on the veaaej will be done by ontracton nt the docks who emplov only union members —Reuler Spendthrifl \\ if will IKtold to stay home until I A j the Department for Nal OOfe burning is planned It is supposed to be 'il-s Piracy' Hundreds of them, he says, are employed for their food, tobacco, and £1 a week. Their clothing is marked off against the fl is compulsui. trust." The town's yotu layi Byers, "but dozens of learn red techniques, too. A rathe Conununitt youth / Boy Scout Troops. Uants Cats LONDON i-old bus conductoi :i an of the Croydon CLondoi looking for "celebrit> i km cat iain from prr-uai fl i natives who have never claimed I ( ;: • %  11 l < "None of the a dom of movement. I flew one of iiien, named Quandonn. to the town of Kalherinc for hospital treatment. When he was cured, the police refused to allow him to return to his wife, his home and his job. Ami. according to law, any white man who gives an aborigine a li/t In this territory is liable to three months' jail unless the man has a permit." Or. L. Thompson, who has just ore than 2,oo> entries, %  britj uled to ''sun" in the show. cat which was buried for a week under a ton of coal at Croynon thai another, %  champion which and wandered about foi will also be on Other features of the show will household pets and the heaviest cats. xinbition's Ob %  inouse int) lish pedi%  British cat breads to the United States. %  came interested in cat breeding in 1936 %  hen the coupe were given tw-J %  t a wedding gift. hamase cms r have won some 200 ,11 over Britain in ihe last four reai i vv ttory says: "I have been rBsfusted to see oatlvi td interned in ramps without trial." The Australian Actors Equity %  up the case of lgine film actor. Henry Murdock. who has a prominent pel film "Bitter Springs." Although the salary minimum for white players was £14 10s. a week, it is alleged that the Department for Native Affairs would allow Murdock to be paid only B I and the department kept back £4 of this,— (LE.S.) 9/ DIED WAITING LONDON. It's a lengthy process getting free spectacles under the British Health Service plan^ According to the Essex County National Hen'th Service Txcculive Council. 91 Essex people died be.ney had ordered I.Vv l.k. Bndgri Gets Calm Aaception LONIH The Ui. %  %  %  msrked 1< %  %  %  .. %  of losses I %  a voluntsu %  %  %  %  brought %  pathy wit! % % %  Ill TOK' e housi vife wanted >n husband U ailed his "spendthrift A Japar what she sir periodic • of their htuse in n huff. Mrs. Matnimi MsUubastn |X >i'..l a handful of sewing needles sj i a nail and %  She felt no lll-efleeti until more than -i month lab ; laming of abdominal palm %  r tract. husband • omplains required an cxl N | LEAR\ TO LOVE 21? and 42^ %  at Bnxton, auurb. ban 1,000 students, aged % %  Evening Institute, where classe, work to balk: drama are held. The notty subject of love, c.i wrvcr. was not .deluded in the crhool's curriculum until recently when the assistant, principal, Mrs. P. Shuttleworth. suddenly cam? across s group of whispering orridor and Bated ihem what they were talking about We want classes in love h %  ion ela luttleworth, and roil will learn all von wan: about love.'' Now the ending the class Ttian they talk about I lems and wider *etting doe i.' MI mi!. Love re learning about love ting where Uwit tl ewor th kasj quite openly .urn call > spade a spade %  aonessata, 1 Kent K when we talket. have got used b Jng it openly and accept it quite naturally.'' Mrs. Shuttleworth said that Mouraged to tell the class their problems has come baik alter serving Uv< girl friend has fallen in lovi "We dis, irobleaa in %  and though the girl refuses to go Lm he now seas stion in a more reasonable lighting it out with other yousuprton who have %  don County Council Kr, | l nts under IB. and 42 centsal i others -INS. Justyeu fay BOVRIL means rich meaty flavour Try Bo,: : aAm too. Foil, i <*mm*t BOVRIL puts nv.?.T Into you How to Banish RHEUM ATKWUH KhrunMlum ll OUMJ UfH • iJ in I'.r lj~d TW .1—1,1 h. nmmti h il 1*-.. hn, kkhaj, I.J. null cnuk Udf. m Hw IMM. U4 Ul.rw. IIMINI m i n i IrijIilU puu, ScHolAr IMU \>J •Mtan M ItBMiM clinK. pr*TC (hal within I U> ikac l,k_,. IWd kidn., nib .i. I^pa. IW, Uan ta dnun .-., r.c.u . %  %  MM! MUOT. Inwi Ih. UN* (win % %  UMKklf .. Mm. Pn '.IMU1| iijtuU p, V 14—1 iid f... .ml faii^nl % %  ' %  Uj '••" %  I"" *"&* N* •] hank* MHI IMI IWI %  % % %  ,. taut en Ih. t-naa I tan.'. Inn II*. .1 ,M itrui im ta-nv. Ih. hnj bin. n ,U|. .nh th. ,U hunk. — ~ ; Tha IOCA1 r-M-y for S cousHi conn asoMcmni C (AtAMH CmSKXAL-t'MU ( CHUITCOLDt HK.HICOUCM ( CHIIMIA l COti6l*V SU6HING? Its time you took someVENOS/ Mn>' *H-01 Li|MMf (OOCH Mixruai 11 • tiui lUMitait iKhliLvi in (lM Ibruai. xioitw -• vir Mil iij boaonisM, i*Urv> ibo-r nugtian iv veaei IA*HII iiiut-. ll IKIMK.IT VOWL-J %  !!<'Id. .ui. m fci-ii InM I--* tUa4 opuu lm ova SO y-nvr*. url ITM.1 %  kstea M -i,, ...! nor coutmm. / / 6 HT N I M G COUGH MIXTURE Two To Die For Espionage PRAGUE. Am.l 18 The State Coun In Prague today sentenced two people to ic.th for espionage, press reportsaid tonight. A third person Ifl sentenced to hard labour for HLfe A fourth defendant a member of i the Czechoslovak Secui. and a woman was each sentenced to 25 years hard labour. Three others, members of the Czechoslovak police were among other defendants, who were gtt tences ranging from ten to M years hard labour. —Reuler ^ COUGHING ^ COLDS Ju.1 mdl a jpoonld ot VapoRub in a bol ol boiling -aUT. Thai iHvhnvU tht aootliing. medicinal "VapoRub Steam.' Looaena rMesn. aosthea imulion. I bruthlng. r ,,„^ii j.i I. polhe. iiiiutkn. eaaea 1 VVAPoRua yoitt It I IH UEIOMES A I* HI Mi IN A NEW VAUXHALL WCai OR WrVER* MAKES A MM ri D %  hasina.liFfv %  aVosB world ore. varieties to elm Custard t'ream rneltingh iteHokrus Bhs oven-trvah,noaled in tins Mvi J lb. e'reshpuks. HUNTLEY& PALMERS BISCUITS nfllNT, |. •. Lft.li 4 CO IID.. ..O. BOX ;,,. lliDCI'OWN Nalnnnna a ii ,nn | i ^.., ^*. ENHANCING K%. YOUR BEAUTY | : IS YOUR FIRST DUTY -^g Be sum to visit the beauty oonnUl ol Collins. Broad Street famoue:— BEAUTY PREPAKATI0NS. %  /.w///w.v.v.v... -. ........... CLEMIvM'S INDIAN TONIC IUM i %  ram ndi — ARRID DEODORANT Obtainable al: A JAR Mem Bunker's


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE THUBSDAY. WIIII. 2 '. isa R\KBAW)J>§|A1)\0GATE — I M %  a • tsa, Mnw c U&. H %  ( % % %  M. Illi n iwi 11] \|Mii M, IMi Without lela> THE Authority have in n performed thicommendable ti lating traffic in Ihe City of Bricli f and in controlling pedestrians in the use of the Highway. Much has also been achieved in cleansing the alleys adjacent to Broad Street, and in making the City cleaner and more orderly Thr problem of the slums of Bridgetown has how's and alleys that lead into Milk Market and Baxters Road continue as an affront to civil. na and as a menace to the in of the community. A Public Health Bill after prolonged debate and much amendment, pass. House of Assembly and went on its v the Legislative Council in 194H •>"' that body was unable to complete its discussions before the I year brought the Legislative Session to a close. blot upon the City, nor to tackle the Islandwnlr i .lion. No Government can afford indefinitely to ! <.:' with a matte! so important to the health of its subjects and the happin* Old tic unnecessary to recount the harsh an I character of the Bridgetown slums. The Royal Con report was published in 1945 described tin then the Barbados in particular and a i "In both town H„. : king people I much .1 is deplorem imintry lh ' %  I In contribufoi asp.ni ofcontentnv %  [I I bilil .lI.IU ten nmunityandi T asv. I upon and v The o %  %  -.! mannrot fovernment by studying th.:. of their towns. The a commercial race Spanish Empire-2 !. &f Dr. John Parn grew to prosperity and importi ) more vice-royalties •KXV jdded. Buenns Aires and da or Colombia These ffflcea. though less sought after ...an European governorships sura ver they went closemerely a form of rather roundu that of the Nethered stockaded fortress* bou taxation. Spanish tittrwisU positions of great dignit, and towns, designed to house and not seem to have regarded commanded very high the sale of onVes as la v were nearly ahng deplorable. The system was even peninsular Spaniards 'there were defended on th* ground that the enjy three exceptions) anJ they public auction of offices premaintained lavish and no doubt vented nepotism Offices went to expensive courts. Their pal?ce*. the highest bidder, and not la in Mexico and Lima -:.the viceroys" favourites The only fa ts of government In those concession to the ideal of effcapitals are huge baroque build\cy in local government lay n. n gr. evidence of a glory now Una* of the requirement that all purslightly faded and moth-eaten ZJZZH "ErlZLTchases of offices should be conT he viceroys were supposed to ll %  _• staffs of harbour*, and warehouses 'Wished a century lateEnglish North mostly trim little mar-' appearance an form of government, their mun.cipal being all the householders The muni* %  nounnoiutii nc iiimnfl__—4 K tha CM -i-n • anH m that rinnittt*. .-.f Q M ni < " <>'•• £er were both civil .overnor. i...n in tovcrnmi. rrn ~ n „I.J„-. ,,_-|, n h,. v ,H„j %  ... -^ %  and in the details of lay-out desifned I the models of Old Spain one had its wide, square plazi at the centre, flanked by the Cathedral, the law courts, the •Da town armoury, ad' b | nun, slrative offices and the i ,\nded_for judges and rrangemer Crown pledged itself to buy the and military commanders-ln office back and sell it again to ; „,ef. responsible both for ajE-ch • om bo,1 > mor suitable. ministration and defence, and The town councils exercised anpearance their authontv was considerable local author ly; they almost absolute. The Spanish regulated building, markets and Crown, however, was always fairs, waterways, roads and othdeeply suspicious of figh ofller public works They levied c |,i, i n remote places, anj parrates and local customs duties, ocularly suspicious of officials .„, and allocated grants of land „, t he noble and military cast SI J^££,.IIJ ,Y?„T7? 1 Th "* '< %  "" %  " %  "' >"* %  T a suspicion no doubt inner lad ZZL2 £ZZ*VZL. 1. !" ^.M " •"""•" opportunities for Irom fru(ta Um „ T Roman camp. Town government Jp „ ul „ ;on and municipal govpj .„„, or thjl Spaniard was a close oligarch) It concrnmlnl wu undoubtedly cor„ a nation had. and sUll have, a council or eaWW ^p, Municipal corruption is a „,„„, umdency to faction and ll, i!H! not """"own m other parts of Mp r atism which was restrained -town councillors. Big places to Americas, but the chief de^Z by nCTC „* peraona; lovmighl have more—Mexico City K of lh c Dnao5 ]„ n lh e JK & UlVKlnT ThV Crown and Lima had twenty-four each. fKt that they werc nol mUy co the townsfolk Noracllor „ Ti, m was no local , the viceroy's offlee. in theory mally the corrimandlng orncer of electorate People who thought so powerful, was hedged with ** %  Councillors colonial administration which att p | aC cs of profit were either, I have just had news of an ordinarv Brit In this manner were were open to Spaniards born in nn ed Dy appointment in Spain, iK a-,— .!,, ^hn arriuavH in Rrtshane Austra. ,r-.dorr* osslat.ere-—an Uw Moat higher. offices or ,,<, by the Treasury officials lsn farmiv wfl a mvea m ' %  ; %  :llnrs "> the colonial bureaucracy were in America, the Viceroy merely reserved for royal offlcUUs sent confirming the sale The Viceroy. however, in the case from Spain, who returned to n. 0 rever had on %  nit towns, the Crown Spain on completing their turn po Wer to spend Government M only in the town, „., K n:iand and councils that the Creoles — as i, on 'from Spain. The ChaiaM V H" i-bon Spaniards were did not have u separate budget. was a steady pressure to restrict called—could get any practice or ari d there wa* a large staff of an and privileges of training in politics or adminisTrestSUT) officials who took care necestration. Naturally the political jo prevent any unauthorised .nee corporate training offered by the town expenditure Thirdlv •rag of a very limited rov's miliUry authority. In theory Ml nalure. thtr. In the nfThese facts are of first importr ;\ us ry. Apart from naval DCSJ In understanding I -' history ot lea, and its was un til th,. eighteenth century "' nvtrgence from that of En^i. •iu..eros. The reAmerica. In the North American colonies. The Viceroy had to ruthless y suppressed, colonies and in the West Indies ,,; %  upon a mll'tia ipal there were almost from the bemanned %  .... "| aaaan li ai power of voting direct ings or to deal with fn. : ,•11 unpofiai.t taxes. The necessary foundations u was rot responsible self-government enforcing %  %  against date, and ne wishes of the" colonists themthe eighteenth eantury wi ipon the thirteen ooloolat ravolt* \\. %  • which involved thay had mature instruments of i, omea to mind .>rnm,.nt all ready to take p u nfmt feature of his appointment; over. the viceregal autb i' an easy \ n i^tin America none o' these lne Viceroy waj boun blasji bapp en ad. All unportant :i .i blddei deciaMnJ and many unimportant matters, not from a p ones were made in lladlid. TIMcouncil, as In the I 'SEMI. M. um SEHOLB HEQI IS1TES .III H mil MF.XSI RKS BROOMS and BBl'SHK> KETTLES. SAICEPANS and FRVPANS WIRE DISH (OVERS BOWLS. BASINS. PA1I.S OLAMWABI ..lid I HINAHARF. NUBI ^nd (-I.EANSERS WOOD STOVES and OIL BHN I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LIO, Successors u C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Dial: 4473 :-. 4687. %  %  '''*''•'-'''''•-''•*'/ SELECT THESE TO-DAY. \UST11ALIAN PBANUT BUTTER—4oz. bottles AUSTRALIAN PBANUT BUTTER IO02. bottles CARK'S CHEESE CRISPS—ilb. pUt, STRAWBERRY JAM lib. bottles CUSTARD POWDER fclb Un LIPTONS COFFEE—'ilb. tin NECTAR TEA—Vilb. pkg. \ PE GLUCOSE—lib. tin SCHWEPPSS TONIC WATER—per bol. NUTR1CIA POWDERED MILK 1 It. tin 92c. 2J lb S2-UK. . \h S4.III %  Th.%  the Laf ,,, 11 to prevent any g out a and the royal bureauVli nt policv. ippe.tiTd. than %  I'xtremelv eaUbUahad luUMrily in the In •lies except a number of nan %  [O add that some ;irrv out eneiL. reforms, lat. end i 1 training but for this they needed the supwas confined I of* of the audiencias parish pump order of importance. were to play a leadThe san i nig pan in the assertion of inapply also to the i dependence, but they proved to rrnors and 1<> the small, r fry, r>e of vary little use in orgamvi M correiidares. Independenre on a national seal knee li BnotJ iina In this ted nd prothat a rather sim lar curtailment vincial administration as it n OB In most Bril isted in the sixteenth ami HVonaea today, what with th enteenth cntunes Because lv I : one hand ani administration was bureaucratic elected legislatures on the other, vt not iigovernors haw f |l %  ume that it was necessarily incare, if they move at •] competent; it was not It was it WHS. though for was reaaonably coinpet. ] haveaireaoy mentioned the •otne respecu unusually human ireasury organisation. ,:htened by the notions !** %  "mprued a sep-i of the time lt a s.-ivant, u.i"< salaried ofnciala appointed for the most part astonishingly Jreen Spa uovernors, loyal Unlike th. nv.-. and municipal offlclals, the ofn='P> duties were collecting all nd H colonial s: the oflke Coundlloi light their e to! were local and partieular%  agora upon payii> which n I I %  In th • Indie* I with i % % %  Inl hlm to a 5TS."JBy bought before leavitu n the • . %  vet % %  %  *m %  .i coneUbta, an inapecioi .sues, a standard bearer, ..,i.. puMK t to, tn, woik S/hlch the\ %  Bee was %  %  %  *• ranks FOR REAL COMFORT and STYLE IN %  ppoiBtad and paid by Undue and arranging for tin ilup,n ll„UfM al i-,,,„„ They did nul • "i "' £ our l*; k K ; A man paid omcel I I lax. usually a flat fifth of %  I,;. „„„, „ bv .ii IhiIndus rat iuscapii.il "mi „| ,i„. colonial oOcUli wtn iht Tl -' %  •'•''• <"H"'' •> '•>• I .i-iilh and '" '' WM *" elab iwrlod "( yeoi ,„ ce n i ur ies there were "rate system of weighing and As far as the i ... and stamping I shipment organisation p,^ ,„ h< ; ,.,,1,,,,..., Una n.iinuiual ..fflc-s was a „„,,„ parts „, lm r (To be Continued) li.i. and—12 of them working (four women) —averaged £ 90 a week between them. Of course, Australia has just introduced a new basic minimum wage. It ranges from £6. 7s in Queensland to £6. 15s. in New South Wales. LIVING COSTS These rates form the foundation of all wages—for Australia has been fixing wages in the light of what industry can afford u pay If industry flourishes — so u• • worker. And don't let them tell you lian prices soar above ours. Tin %  > %  don't —many Britons who have/ lit STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. LID out since the end of the war have found that VrtV/,',y/ # v//A ,v/,v//VA'AW, their essential living costs are actually 19 or even 20 per cent, lower. The Australian pound is worth Ib's. of our money—but in purchasing value internally it is not far short of parity, judging by immigrants' experiences. "Down Under,'' the agricultural worker is not the Cinderella on the wages lists I have one of those lists in front oi t at, agricultural workers' wages conip.ir favourably with the tradesmen of the towns. Indeed, haystack builders and thatchers are second from the top—led only by clue. pharmaceutical chemists. HIGHEST STANDARD In New Zealand, they have one of the highest living standards in the world. The Arbitration Court there has laid down the following rates for men workers:— Skilled men 3s. lid. an hour. m-skilled men 3s. 6d. to k> H',d. II hour. Unskilled men 3s. 5d. an hour. These are the rock-bottom bases on which awards are made. And it should be pointed; out that, in practice, wages paid are markedly higher. For purposes of comparison, you CO It that food prices in New Zealand IK erally lower than here, while prices of clothes are generally higher. £80 A MONTH How do European workers fare out in! Africa? Well, as an example, European miners in] Northern Rhodesia have been earning an; average of £80 a month—plus bonus. True, with those earnings go high expenses; but with the expenses |0 IWlog standards not even dreamt of by the miners back fa Then again, in Uganda, Indian can,. and masons are makiiir; £40 %  month MJ, more.—L.K.S. %  //? GENTS FOOTWEAR SWMil TO LOAFERS AND MONKS A FULL NOW IN RANGE STOCK— — SEE THEM AT — DA CCSTA & Co, LTD. Dry Goods Department Our Itt-iiHi-i-s Nil? : I'. k. i l tiilion Sim*Tlit' War .Mil*! 1 Ilr I % %  ! i N.MMI 1 d %  I M." ut view : %  i in potsi%  %  %  %  ISSS? or. %  Canada %  K | %  timtribuiion to wv'Ul recovcry %  i %  in tsw cold war Moi, %  %  quality the protected w i ut hi.-i that priA i the United it the process ...ill th;.m can han", o %  It of the AIM Our best form of co-opci from t > % %  %  Of difficulty in .: their purchases from Canadian imports from the ; the world outside the I H-mispheic rOM $440 million In 1H4T to S6. the situation which preceded the lattons, progresWBU. test markcl in 1949, i : !ciii opportunity to *n what can be actoniplished in Un field. CerUmly those at nre inten as those of the D0II1.1 Trad* Board. producers break into the Candian market or expam: isting business with Canada. READER , but an aeeeeaaaried by the c —t a m ary boaa Sdca, will be lenored. MMMJ snrh read. Ilka EsUUr'a daak uaea weefe, ssad readen are acala remladad af UM far Uw a i Haa'a 1 ,vhich pribc WBOU-B to Ui* tditor. wM far rwalleaUaa. bai aa aa 1 *or af ceasl faHk. Beef Steak — Mutton Chop* Chickens — Rabbits — Ducklin| FOR RICH DELICIOUS ICE CREAM use • • MUX Mixed rruii Pudding._g rli Podtrcd Hhoir *" I lb Haj M"i FOODS %  Hfl CtffH 1 apen.. Miner 2e' %  R Mr*l. Lrm.it Card, Hunters .„ ,. ( 'tat. 1 lb PWw GODDARDS TO-DAY



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V %  BSSDAS APHI I 20. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Baby Partis found Dead On Floor |1 r>7":, Co St. Thomas. r*^di3onUienoorather 32? hw. y hjj mother at "*T, 31, „ in on Monday. %  "V DO>t"l that her mother JiTtlbci and wornlout "**^.iH returned she found JP £,v.n the bod and the [•"IS rttm examination was ilSd* %  %  c C C arko •y^SlUBt WHS bW jJJrSSrm Dand adjourncu ASsooo"" 1 Hoyte. of Bush iJ^sTMichaol. died Dt %  *£ %  Waiting Boom at about •iuwperformed at the Public g bv Dr Cummins and JSTWU attributed to natural •""..nOM OF PEOPLE told A h, -Advocate" yesterday thai tl %  stranle objects in the JTrticn th lhou ht worc F1> '~ £ sSuceo. while they were ** _. rolleton vard yesterday 2g, C .St 3.50 oVN>ck. %  ETiid thai it was the first J5n "t*" 1 tncy had se n flyinR j^in the *k> ^HTEEN-VEAa-OLD KenI ncth Thompson left home .. GaU Hill. Christ Church, on "L^vmorning at 9 o'clock, and ? 45 P.mhe did not return fin*' started but it did i prove fruitful. T£T before 9.00 o'clock the ^entered "is hom and said n<1 Srttendeti the Spartan-Empiro 5Jft.il match at Kensington. He Uftia. walked back from Btjetown to Ga'l Hill. noTATOES and yams were not x plentiful during the two weeks and housewives ITibe country districts had to i* ui Brigade Station at %  During this period the %  videned and the garage I Fire fttglnea. Tin %  %  including the Foreman, three and four COT] is equipped with three Sigmund IfOnJ and !C.50'i TAKES OFF IN 20 SECONDS dAN. DIBOO Cal rtl 19. A fiO ton dying lioat for the United States Navy—said to oe the fastest ever built—has made Powered by lour turbnuplane took off San Diego Bay for 30 minutes. It required otUj ffl take off. _Rriiler Civil Service Conference Continues WHisN the Conference of tag -• ubbcan reft Harrison College |f lay morning, the Minute* l the Third I %  ui m j .•I la-il were I ommittuv •"pointed to go into the Holmes was presented and -ioptcd. The Conference decided to rcI Secretary of State to Mcaaeery steps to im' % % %  gfankal Coinmtealon, and h t'omnussion is ms'iDM inclusion oi • n omitted from the ifeport. inference also directed > legram be sent to tnc Sei tvtai v ,t State thanking him • which had been (0 them by the Oovnd expressing disappointnent at the (allure of the Secre--•ate to reply to the reauhitione passed at the last Conferenea. •nference also moved a congratulating Sir Hubert Ranee on his appointment I nor of Trinidad and directed that this resolution cabled to him. Y ounge'st Skipper-But 20 Yrs At Sea LOSS of a Miller generator valued $2 50 was reported Douglas Parson of James He stated that the generaii5 removed from his bicycle It was parked outside the itados Cotton Club on Sun%  '. CHILL •'! Fontabellc i*I rted the loss ol %  ock valued 513 from his yard Biwn Monday and Tuesday. r*E LOSS f '.hree fowls valI lied 15.04 was reported by atr*a Howard of Pay Street. Hed that the fo\-1 %  aaovftt from her residence on %  day AHRKNCI MRSK of Paynes Bay was found guilty of firing the motor car M-199B on (n'i Street without being the tor of an appropriate driving yesterday. sir. A J H Hanschell lcfore the case was tried ordered B to pay £3 or in default undertwo months' imprisonment. MOLASSES CARGO LEAVES TODAY Aihipment of molasses will w wing tor Tr,i Itivers. Quebce d Montreal by the S.S. "Alcoa araint" to-day. %  '' ri i nved yesterday %  ainc with onK two motor >cb for Barbados. neat passengers have booked %  ul for Canada with this vessel. %  wi Da Costa ft Co.. Ltd., are ask Communists Claim New Gains HONG KONG. April 19. Communist sources to day claimed new tains on Hainan island, contradicting Nationalist reports that 5,000 out of 6,000 Communist Invaders wenout of action rind the remnant force holding out in the bill*, The Pro-Commualtt Hong Rung newspaper T.i King-Pip,' quoting sources in Canton, said the Communist landing on Hainan 0 %  Monday was the llfth and largest since early in March and that tinforce, despiN Nationalist artillery and mr attacks, was beating Inland to loin earlier Invaden who have linked up with guerillas in the hills. The Newspaper put out %  special edition acclaiming "Another Communist Success.' Independent Chinese reports hcie Said that 1,000 survivors of the Monday landing had P ultimatum to surrender, and that Nationalist naval cruft and lx>mhers were keeping close watch on Hainan tsopea tc prevent the 'anding of Communist reinforcements. Nationalist forces claimed to have sunk 20 out of 100 river craft, concentrated on Luichow Peninsula, opposite Hainan, last night. —Reuter. Rebels Surrender W INDONESIA DJAKARTA, April 19. Ind onesian rebel forces in *"r capital of East Indojo-day surrendered unconUly and gave up their aims. s announced olUciallv here eupit J> surrendered to the jning Fder of the Nationalist jj* in Hacasaar, Mi CM Pi* u i "•communique added that a %  nil unit, W hkh had landed L*J *wth Celebes earlier in iy was marching on Macas!" rebeli were being trcate-i "p'ives, the communique said, hlf m ln ,orco of Nalionalt J* P was due to land soon. %  • Indonesian troops led by QWn Andi Abdul A7is rcvoltcl P? e T ,lr on A W tl1 5 to prevent (landm, of federal troops. April M A7is flew to w"a. the ederal cipital, to %  c He „ awaiting courtmar^Tiat's On Today at u? Tenni competition ~m %  >*Mts -* Communists Accused Of Demonstrations HAMBURG. Apnl 19. Max Bruer, Soc.al Democratic Burgomaster of Hamburg, today accused an illegal Communisgroup of instigating last Friday's antirJewish demonstrations JII Hamburg. Bruer said the demonstrations were staged to discredit West Germany abroad—"the most successful trick the Communists cculd perform to the detriment of i*ui esteem." —Reuter. .New Belgiun Cabinet Possible Today BRUSSELS. April 19. The Belgian Premier Designate. Paul Van Zeeland. returning to his office from an intervu aariaa, the %  > li gent, told reporters tonight, "Things are progressing and it l not impossible that I WUJ n.y Cabinet forming mission tomorrow." Van Zeeland added that he will %  us negotiations tomorrow and will see the Regent on Pi Keuter CAPTAIN Alfred Compton, B Who has been skippering the 49-ton schooner C, M W Ipana for the past two rnoaths, is perhaps the youngeat captain of intereokmial Craft which call Yet Alfred bat for 20 years He i00 ve uf whom n* ( k to UM sea. On leaving i ed to be a cabin who was skipper of ltOO| aries". K\ir\ shilling I hav %  for, I have maoV told the nd I will never leave the Mt Ha hag mate < %  "Adalina". "Laudalpl "Novelist"; boi American Transpoi ; QM114" Captain I exciting sea Ore H drifts and varioui aeddt I man) of which he eouid not recollect at i On some trips the sails, spars, buuins and ruildeis were put out of commission, but he was always lucky to reach the nearest ixir: without ever being hurt. "Lost" 1017, the "Canthen a •ailor, was ran I for three : V.iie/uela. Trinidad bound for St. L c raw nevei tain Compton thco caught freah Aah in tlafj than until %  .'IH'I., %  ppad ;n and Comptoi aries", gave up Ins ship to become boatswain of the American Transport "QMII4" He remained on •are. He hud a narrow ea> B] %  ship had put into British Qulena for just tw<> horns, he heard the %  port tl in the vklnitj %  %  %  swain of the "Albertha Compton" which has sometime burnt up while lying .:> nonthj tie spent on that veaai over to be mate of the Six month tair.'j ex.u I passed. In April. 1949, he became master of the "Ipana" 3 Experience-. %  i which ha % %  % % %  would never forggf Once, this time as mat "Canaries", he and the en out to sea for three da. water They were about 20 miles thev discovered thai ii lot When they reached Si 81 of them could dnrt' Some ym Compton i tag mile with 113 : .ucia on board Luckily a ship came to their assistance mid gave them water and food. his ship was caught in a storm %  ing sailed for a day on a voyage from Tlinldad to Guadeloupe. • were destroyed leaving them at %  The ship, the name of which he .it the time. *as i two days before they could get assistance. Another schooner < and towed it back to Trinidad. Roll Call At 5.6S i :n the Ftren %  ror Roll Call and UM ..!<• %  nnounced by the Foreman ••! Senior Sergeant in charge On Mi i. on the Parade squaiiat ral Stati.M .;. a.m. to %  %  I nd lectures on Ire Drill while on %  i f drill along with the Police. Friday morning Physical Training 01 Drill but in the evening thev begin cseanlng aome <>f their Saturoaj the) do fm the Inspection wl 10 "" a.m SPAIN NOT CONNECTED .. 19 %  Of Spanish ktlanl %  '• Togores Keuter -'5 Years Ac* Advocate. April *•. 1923 aakl to wave in whisper far. oh! far, In Hutu's own melody sings to star; >ly known, the ecret voice of trees Hints in the dark at m\: tenes Now is the moment when we feel our p| Swing in the emptmesv of mighty space: The unlit orb luslrel. he vast black lonhness. — yrj Apart from the Fireman duties of Ul the Btallaai these iUnmfiil< an aaaag other in. He lite to keef lei. n and shines CONFEDERATION LIFE CONVENTION HEPPARD. local rapraawntailv. 4 e c iving for Ap,,i to attend UM comptny'i lion ol Repreaentatlva in trie Caribbean Area and Central America. will be the famous Shaw Park h is situated itely 10 mill %  %  nong those who ceaaful life underwriting, to be present at the CODwhere tout matters l i With other officials from the Head Office braa* on the sigmund Pump, llr I -.xlniKur-lii -j-. :md other equipment. After 4.U0 p.m.. they relax. bag aeea vfter this lime Ihe panne may rlni and lhe have to nisiiff • a fire. %  %  i -which is equipix-d Witl %  nd tables. The Sentry i Ity at th. I : Eacli ni.ii i two>hour %  other hand threi* men are appointed daily for cleaning duty Is done tl %  d Fridav and on Sundays. Th' n and the nto distant %  ii. rlothersal Turning, I % %  1 in Ins job and then n not least is the hat> of putting ting it under control When the wagon k the -cone of a I ul of the • •inpanies It On %  a large fli two PoUce led with Con-'. Ilandsnun. follow ttie wagon %  tangulahen or two ar plai %  nit luckily then %  He will (oil Association at Seaweli Airport. Indue Wlllard or || j %  %  %  i y ntneiau from the Head Office wL'J" c "" "" 1h <,,catl 0*e %  oads t:eriain representatives aan invited to irning and Mr Sheppard's talk wUl be The la ; t^alltTK PAfM PARTOI I til, MILOI'KS METAL PICTCRE RlNw make up thai goes on without water in Flattering Shades BCONZE ANGEL—PINK ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL KNIGHTS LTD. FOR THE BEST IN INSIST ON SILVER STAR i~ .1 Ihr IS,, | ST.? S1 "irtui NO PAY RISE FOR COUNCILLORS >.> %  • %  UfiuU C.rrr..< %  > GRENADA. April 18 Grenada legislature to-day defeated by six votes to two a motion by Hon. R. C. P. Moore seeking to double remuneration of Councillor % %  duced th. m of $120 to $80. Present salary is $60 plus subsistence. Hon Marry show was absent from the meeting. Leapt From Eifvl Tower 1'AltlS. April IS. an hour toy .Id Louis rOBO the girders of the he had leapt from the 100 yard second platform Parisians anxiousbody and lov the first platf". lesjtei e-a-ePaV Fresh for your Pels ! mm DOC (HOW PURINA KARRI I (HOW h, Juor. Jow h Co. Ltd UU.lrll.ll lor* Wardrobes Dressing Tables Dining Tables Morris Chairs Tables to order Complete Suites l*ric's >loll-l;il. . YOUR THEME FOR GRACIOUS LIVING YOUR CHOICE IN FINE FURNITURE %  it's styled to meet your needs . it's practical, v,; mfil -matt lookniK you'll want modern! You'll love the elei(antlv tevera .in, solidly built comfort the "flair'it )


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Tnmsnw. \FMtn. M, UH CLASSIFIED ADS. I — IlAKilAIVOH \1>\IK i I | PAGE SEVKN DIED HU Staff ""! s Mleh.e T^vmi wiU '•** "** **** *** **-t o "clock thta rnorning fo, JJ'pUg.un Itoline*. Chwrt. W%  • JcL,-* Friend* are -2U pSlUl* 'Mother, Handel. AW. -— dCoi* !" i Jonee (children. T V5!ThSi* ••*•.• ru uereid. CHOI and c>ru Feur U.SO-ta BIRTH .. .iM i-fln Ti*iv. nui Apn. Jo., TY, OIADYS. • o Will .. IN MEKORIAM .• VMd. fnut t Alv Hi. L. Dial HU He -a* toving. thoughtful %  hat Ve one know .*. Jnu. U> rnrt In peace" _ill be remembered by hli Mr*ll( lIr *" R**"* *r*d children The DuranU' and Reecea' Parnily 20 4 SOIn | FLAT NO %  : v-. j %  rV.li...,, Hail Flat No ,. ?,„ loving memW* of out dear li*! Mr* CABOUNE HAItTK. who ?Sl %  %  %  !• n AP" h >* tiTi* the grave m which .he la laid Sr r* " %  memortea that %  hall fade frm* I* the hop* thai ajjain w*> -hall T SS-e together al Jeeua (eel. Millicent Harte. aieniHfc* Children W.4.S0—lii FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR_IMS Au-iln A- 1 auction on AVWK from In*aiiahce Co Con**' Oarage on Friday thi* ^ ^ 1J0 p m. D1XON IH-\IX>N CU-OM Merri* S HP. Sedan in Al -wftu.-l condition. L. Alleyne. Fort Bc,*l Garage LW B.4aVa—7n. 3-Whlie 1UU. CkfefttMM un* J* Fully fumtohet 1 Telephone 3427 IS 4 10 V GRF&f (1AT18 W*VT I '-irnianed email houee ( from May Uh .tillable for — 1 4 So—'" couple |i,. j ... "Moved and mu>l t* .old. >"ah. D'ARCY A. SCOTT. 1S.4.10—ta, IlV INBimiAURJM HwreM from n^ Und r wb# remM „ p3 KEN-RICK N AIJ*OPP. %  L'S Hotel Ltd HOOT TO L-ff-Trom isth Hay lo ST*. "*"%  % % %  • ,Ully %  Wnlahed MUN iLJ.Z^'J?—*^ vemum. breiien* baihln. H9 monthly. Rinj Dona 3N9 13 4 50-71. M.l-.ACOIIBIon-Se. MnwoUl Coat. EKcolleait *e> bathlr* Fully fjtnjfcjd; four bedrooma, ReAllWratot. lelepnorie^ radio. Apply oppoaiie phone ttJrM. .._.___, e^5B -Ua, Fledrooma rwnUM I %  IS 4 n ..i : CAM-One ChryMer Mrdan Car. (1 rvdfi Sedan Oar.
  • CAR-Suaidard a HI' X-TTI. with or ahout Radio. Apply: Millet Room •at plantation" BuildlnH. Telephone 41H. IS 4 50Mi CAB-One Auntln 10 H.I'. Saloon IMU VotM in really rood order. Cole ft Co Lid. IS.4.50—4n CABr-M.O. Sparta Model. In Rood ruDtUU order, new tyre* and .top N<> leaenable offar reruaad. Apply JWjrei Kirton. Phone >43S. 16.4 SO—Bn VAW-Ntw Morru 10-owt. Van Juat inrmM Immediate dallvary FOHT ROYAL OARAGE LTD. Trlephnix oW. IS 4.50—4n YAHIS4S iJunei Fordaon .0 cwt Ltaht Van mileage imdn ,000. ..,., dnvai In food condition, for viewtnd Ttke SHD 00 or neareat oflar Apply Ralpli A Beard'i Auction room. Hatdaood Alloy, lam. U U noon daily le.4.50—Jn ELECTRICAL COOLERATOR— 7 C F. Good eonditfciv Rartedoa lee Co., Bay Street M.4.M U'. N'ORDGE FRIlHjr^S Cubic Feet in rawiMit rondiiior. at Ralph A. Heard'* AUftiorn Roonu. ltirdxiod Allay Phom4fB. IP.4.H r ."***"'"", 'mpoatna huildlnic •-M-Ioohtn* RockU,, Hay neat u, ",ne ta. :-nd .Ite of Blue Water. Hotel N*w|y onatructed Fully fumiahad oomplete yiih itnen and cutlery, fttudebaker .ir f requirttt. From May lit for low 0 >u moniha For further PPLv to owner, phone 2717 of tX3 ,.fier 1 ••* %  M4.34V-1 On REAL ESTATE F !" Jj h .l ot %* ' ,h# ""o^rMfr*d on Friday the Hat .nrt.nl at I p.ni |l cuoiie ramnetition:-6l C^^^,T^, WttTWDIA -lT "RSJT^Y'L^, !" 7 "" 10 R !" "prS?^ ii. l t. LS ARBADOB POPPING A TRADING CO. I.TIt M "hare, m (he I CARJtJHOI 14450-*O m-NGAi.m j, &„ ,;.,,„_ ;££ Hedroomi runrunf water. All modern i iiUWIaMiii G :"2f. iruit tree*. Uv < BVt l-hone 4530. I to 4 j II 4 80-n "WIN1UW. Bathaheba. for th. montha of May. June itmi Apply: Mrj. W. T. Goo.,. %  hope. St. Thornaa. :i' 4 k> e> AVIHI ...:^L.,. %  Ul ? U """">• "~">l """• "" '" %  1 KN*SM %  I ,,. . Iwdroom.. %  i"ii h-iont \.ttid.h .ippnlrilmrnr. l-,,. m ,. JJ, will be *H IID tkto T IN CARLISLE BAY m %  eh AU-andriTta. Seh : %  Ipana. Seh Zlta 1> rata D. 3rh s.-n II.IT! 1-ineea* Uoui-.. Vh PMIlp H P—I' l-amime. Sch Marion rtelle Wolfe. 5rh laudalpha. Vaebl Bet 1 %  11 enm S Seh Lady I CJorta Hri ARRIVALS M tunmont. 4.304 ion< MS, Ctp' %  schooner C.eral-lioe II IT %  I VlI %  .!••. > \ Fee SL 1 :,. hSMD^c Mr and M %  %  I l-r Aatif-a Mr F O A I ar St. Mr C Seale I .< Rerntada Hat Sch.ladv %  %  %  ubee. loo ion(S'linba. from Dominica. AaenUSchooner Owner.' Ard. 1.100 ton. net. Capt %  "m Guadeloupe: Atenu: HulH'tt Tt DWAatTOMI • s a r-vdore. 4.177 tone net. Capt Ram%  -i>. for Anlulua: Aaent. tla *"<>-la • t> Ltd. m Pointer. 3.UI tuna net. Capt i\ rOUCB WITH BABBADOS COAST STATION -.ft C II G r,-> 1 lender v 1 -r Ba.lea %  1 %  %  %  Mi-1 Mr) %  %  %  ; l-r M.lif*. Mb %  k Ml P Ad-m., H \Kil\ Atlit B.W.1 I I Hold .-. Aoodtey An' %  *ver-Scott. Cell Rutti< > em-Murray. Alan Ruthvem-Murray llan^ Kucter. Snnla Oe*t, OMII fuike. •I at all Raunw Heather Roach John *uddnc. Marnret Ruddock. CMorf* lowaHh. Gerald Bourne. 1 IT itouirp. Geone \lal !" in. Arthui. Ilemwtt. Pau %  William Hradbuiy. Thrlma llrad %  FRARA .1.1 % %  %  MrC Humphrey. Mi loan Humphrey. Mi— R Kewaam. Mm. B. Oreate*. Mia. N Greavea. Maiar thai they imitate with trie following htihrouah Their Barbadoa Coaal I Lady Nelaon. & S hU'U Lkea. S S Alcoa Clipper. S S %  r. >.., %  %  %  %  < s s BBH Jaaanai | %  .v lief % %  I Murtnac Oulf. S ^ .n*itmo. S S. Wuicheatei triiherrt. S S Sun 1 %  %  %  %  BUtWM.U. Hi SS Troar. Yantniol. < s %„,.,!,. MAIL NOTICES M Vincent, TiliUda-! O* the 1 %  k rJeaad a111 General Poat tmVe aa under Hncoet Maul at 10 JO a m Hal-ter10 lHMmai-% M.i, ..) :\*l.. m on the ?0th April BM igjue Guadalogpe l'luted Kim *rie s• %  be .loard .A the General I41I %  I U Bat latere.1 ..t IN DndMJ pp HELP An AaaiaUnt Maater for the Chrirt Church Boy." Fonndntiin School, from the IM May 1S0B, to teach B) l.eneral Form Subject.. .^.-ordina b) quail Heat ion and operien.-,. Appllcationa <-hould l>e -ent with full detail, oi qualification and .-upeience. (., the lleadmaktei not laler than Bnd April. W H AhTTeftUS, Sec. -o Oov. Body. Ch. Ch. Boys' Foundation Scho. I H 1 .' I niON For Old laid *tuai ba a rood hou-rkeei* M"ne knowledie of numinn Appi %  'f'h laccanmarautloru to Box 720 C 0 AaVocaleJ. 20.4.30— 2n F^XI'ERHSKCDD N CRSF— Apply Mr. Newman Paange Itouae. Paaaage Rd B.4-A MISCELUNEOUS RXFRKJERATOK .New IV4W Oenei.. nortnc I Cutne leet with suaaanttc Dial lint 1.4 50 3i, SaVDiAi. I)FJ:I' FieER-rats UVESTOCK MamHi Thorou^hbretl. Filly by Bn*ori. (1JU ld ra. In AitfUat. HOT Dam J b| better laqu„n ,. Apply O. L BarKrcl Norwood St Jamen li.4.SO-3n MISCELLANEO US WnUEB— al evary deaerlptlon Uav China, old Jewela, fine Slfcet. BaaaraWoMra Early hooka, Mapa, Autotjjoai. etc.. at Uonlrujea Antique Sop. **>r*. Preaton. Enaia %  *Haaaf Royal Yacht Club 1 .#.•.—LI. OLD GOLD AND Sll.VERlliahiv price, paid for old fold and lery and aerapa. Y. De Lima A Co., Ltd. 20 Broad Street. 15 4 Ml—fln I -til POSTAt.l -1AMI"AMIli TTompt raah paid for natd .dunp. II you WIUI, inett utdi camaraB, clothimr, pena. ti atnt in pKranae Send 300 or mmr %  %  CHX34DON, MASS USA 30 4 -A—ii, I'l III H Mil II IS "£25 %  •"* earned by obtaining order. for private Chrlilmaa Card* fron. rour frlenda. No prevloui experlenc* nerewary. Write today for beautiful free Sample Book to Britain %  large*! ano f-iieinoei Puhilahara. hlgheat romnUMon marvalloua money nuking opportunlly 1. WUIIama A Co ij,ot. 10 Victoria AMTBnuPTR: DUSTING POWDER—A rl|t> <* *i-i harmV jrwr. .<„i touei W*d for the relief of ai] ai Imutloi,. .,JJ| (CT f2***toi>. C F. Harrtaon A Co IB 4 30-'.n Ltd. BrxrTS WORM SYRUP-A pleaaaat a nbabie preparation for freelnn •** from %  „„,. C r Harrtaon *j Ltd i m %  _f*"5<' Aaaoned Colour, aruj %  >>mM aome ( or thp kiddie*—Kni-t.i, y***— %  10.4 S0--2n "S^aiia %  %  %  %  S.^ and |ut received UMM 33 x ft u £2 !" & %  ^aweap conralnlng l1 Intad A' In denariU.,1 Heard' %  Airlinn ey. Phone 46*.l BM r -> J. iSS. 1 CLUB SKCRKTAHVSH1I' VACANT: APPLICATIONS are Invil-d for the Secretaryship of the St ciatr Club. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad, which become. vacant on the 31.1 Jul>. lB3o Free quarter, auiteole for retired couple together with light and telephone Written applicaUona ahould be ad dreaeed to VICE PRJaUDBMT. St. Cl.ur Club. 11 Maravai R-a.. 13.4.50-n NOTICE tin. M7. 48-li S*W*All v„.u„ „ nauJ B% ;,-" %  :NXU .lus. luil Km rJKVK""^ ^ hlnda Nylon A IS 4 50n ffiB^S" I HEREBY NOTIFY IhM llakurda* ChattUuu hg* i the Very Rev Dean ;>ih April IBM at St Michael Cathedral nt which time Joaepli Nathurnal Thakurdaa Chatlaru Hindu Indian C rtrietlan Thi. IBUi dar> t November 1B4B. I -igne.1 my will 'h^: the Ver> 11*. Daan hutchininn •hould be executor for iny ettatt I hereby aUthoriae Hahr-n Caatun. to % %  Ma duo and v. Signed J N THAKCROAS CHATI.ANI 30 4 SO— 2n. NOTICE Owing; to the difficulty of lender mi: 01 the raplacemant of the Ceiling al he Panah Church without Arat rernov] for tender* for the removal 0* the main celling of H-Pariah Church. Tender* will he received by me up to May 4th ISM" W. U OOODOfG, Parochial Trraaiarer. St. Philip 10 4 S0-4n *. SMB. Auto 47 H > Auto Tyre C*. 30.4 SO-• f n ** Wir fckatain^ rfrothat. n*n i SO Jn _-2f "os-Fo, **• and^. •" %  ordare. kJ^jj^J^grintrig tn action, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 'I bj .|>pi,. .III.-HI pi Bjaafg | Baa RB Co per A A Gulller of St Mlchae HnCatg for pemtlation H Mall liquor*. Ac at a two Uullding .M comer of Hardwood Aile nnd St Michaa-r* hv Dated tlua Itth day of April 1B30 To.-D I MOKBIS Eeu PaUce Mafflatrete. Dlat A' Signed K SANDiKtrttD N.B. — Thi* applicaaoin *ii M oan.loared at a lacenaUig Court to be hH %  t PaUce Court. DUUIrt A '" %  day tha let day of Mg IBM at II o'ctork ^rasTHAm**n-iall Ifoua*. all -onvenlenco*. neat tieuch mid bui. Low I..-., .pection on pre) I hone Own nt 3188 of the road farlop • nqunre feet of land Includimr the bw • <-roa* the road runnl..pi II -dire The hotiae contain* verandah. dnwlnfJ and dining room*, three bedronrna with mnnlnf water and all othfoflU-e* Including kitchen with cupl-..-,,". 7?*?; %  •rtrftHty. G, nnd R.^,,, %  naulltd. Garage and Servant* room* %  Inspection any day-Phone USS Hellamy. The above will be .et up to publit competition at the office of the under •igned on Friday, the 3l*t of April, X9K. al 2 p.m. CABJtTNGTON fc fg*A| v. II 3 50-1*. tUC S,r Mr DaVaafBB*] Will orrei AM %  ;,.,. t their Office.. No' IT %  %  April 18SA A fully paid LIB I Ufe A*> the life of A Preaenl Surrender VaJu> i.tivr:n\>ii;\r MMHI HOUSING BOARD Vacancy for female Clerical Assistant Applications arc Invited lor The pa Hoarri. 1 v "' *• "" s '"Wet Be oath', none* on elttMr side, wl '>•.>( $480 \ 48 $1,200. Applicant., should have knowlcd.| AppUcal rlucation.nl qu enco. together with copin at Weumoal, Secretary. IIousinB Board, the Garrison and -6th April. 1950 OFFICIAL NOTICE i in l-l M roi UT oi Mil M ifQBiUbliliirt.4irli.nl DOROTHY CLOTH.I>.\ MORH1M. >\ '•' mt us*: wiisSuN iM-..aani: rigi t %  Datiuon .it our Offce No: 17. High St %  Apr.l IH50 maw All thai %  dwelling hOH I %  •dmu un i Hjiutrvi feet or thereab-m '-Pn H Bridgcuiwn. %  For furtra 'icliu-fngned' COTTIaE, CATFORi > WE will act vp : %  i iv iiuj rani. dov of Ai.nl 1050 it A Dwelling hni, Houae of tloni In the Pariah with the bind on Whlcti it *tnd* con. %  Parchi >nd Condi' •i a pply to the ui rOTTIX, CAT) IN |Mir*u*g>c*i of an Order m ""'I m (lie .ibnvr .. "Hi dnftof April IBM, I give o all i*ronB,iuvi!-t i intereet In or .my hen or I %  Uaf All thai em i %  pan of i %  "f land containing by jd!icai.n-ment One acre, two rood*. %  pan he* or thereabou;. harh rwmed part of the lands. %  ( Momf t. '-iplatni PI i„ u,Pitiiati of Christ Church and lalano .itoreaaM containing by noli iwur erne f n .,nd t>o arventh |-ervhe. .. ibouta lUuttinc and bounding o<> '%  %  1. J Roberta on land, o a nun an "'* E, "*i*' "' Soliannn Beat deter upd. ( CRM M %  nd * Swn ""l Milbert M. 1IM4B ST" "" '*"'''" %  Mo ** 1 k "-** i it7 on Rohi| iir | 1(1 „ rvPT ,. |BC 1IM min9 ob((( .>nd i -1 s .rn got MMd claim, WIUI %  %  %  I 12 iiHjom tu,d %  Clerk of the Ainalant Court of Apur-.i ••t the OK.. I %  t'i ih*. naliOre and pnorilv i.iion* w : :l fini the benefl ml Dnrre. . 1 urooertv %  %  %  %  1 do... il l>OFFICIAL NOTICE rot Rl HI %  tea i -lam pie. TV SETS % %  KOBLEM WASHINOTOM Parents arr t-ymplninmji ihal TV i^ turniin; Emtai Into problem I Wtul IMS) had .-.wi t.i u .iiiesnonnmui Children %  I I BJ BtaUl "IT %  had less inlemt in pi,.. cithi-: OUgh Uinr •t'li Mting in ' i'ed early %  li nightmares; in i rv doun %  i taming %  on land' o4 B Fnrd.. I'lnit and l %  %  the Aauitiett Court of \ | 1 I 1 %  li I Jut ad i:\Ti:KrKi^i\(. i time for ihr sptiiiK nub, .1 rnohN %  I Ustd in ail the New %  !,c nhMllfJ BCCBpl %  he said, %  Tin mXTUsUE AS BtfOUl on. ,.1 UH %  1 6i)i lor hri BtCCNBd D4 torn oi ih%  itmni Gone With The Wind — Vlmo-t Bed 52, wa counti-ig banknote* cut at the nexi n 1 train approaching Capetown bacK olona the %  Idffgtl* the train entercxl ih.it 'unnel. ind £10 notes %  tore up 30 £)0 inJtchfrd by tlte wind and --catierread SHIPPING NOTICES The M V. "CaJtBa H a" will acrtpi Cargo and Pa — anger* loi -Ti"i<-a. Antigua. Monnarr.il. St. Kjlta-Nevia aalUag 3l*t April The M.V. Daerwood' will ra> '*M Cargo wd Pw-nirrri '" Si Lucaa, St. Vincent, Granada. Aruba, date of 'MUng will be Biven RW.I 4CI'vX)NSR OWNXRS' ASSOCIATION tINC.) Conaigneaa. MONTBBAL AtaTBAIJA NFW ZBALAMB l.nt I IMITEIl 'at.A N.Z. IXNF.i %  raflWOefI* eapected IT. rive at Trtnldad from Auau-jlian p i.Oout .1"h Ma, TTY OF DtTPPT." %  alia I PB-ie Apnl 2Bth. Adetaule bome. May IBth. Sydney. May Tflth. F bane. June 7th, .inivu,•bout 4th July. Saat a a Jua about Julv The*B> > eaaet. have .unple pocr chilled, hard rroren oral general ti Cargo .iccepted on Ihn lading wtth trai.ilupniei.T t>w Itnt 4*1 GAilana, Harl>.* leeward Island. For further pan i wmiv M A£cO€U SicantAhipCo. 9nc. I H)RK SI.BVH F N I 7th April IBth April Mitt ORLEANS vr.K-.ICK i llOAMIR' ALCOA RL'NKKR" 'ALCOA llANOFRNO. 12n.l March Aih April It h April Bda* ffth Apnl 33rd Apnl %  f.n tin sot i linm M. Name .f -.1. NOB rtii l m \-m. < ANAUIAN' 0KBVICI. aUaatraBl itrtet* hil i lal BaBfl li.hi.. A. M. WEBB •Ma — Bon*i — Snare. Both Loot] and Foreign lioualu and Sold IH Roebyek St.. RridseUwn DM :u8. -:Hours I 9-3 ORIENTAL I.IHIIIS !! i l utoa it ui l l l R1 BRASflWARE, II \KUom> SANDAL. IVOI-.l I II I'll AM in:,). KASIIME l.i: l'r Wm ll\ --lirci Dial MM %  • J]MPLES AND *IACKHIADS ghost's Ointment MISCELLANEOUS D. D Momut. Pnim t^Ntnlt. DIM S.4 For Sale—C THIST1-FJM.WN *our waahing macshine and other laundering Price only 19 cent, per at l^btairuable from voul _-i, %  %  rfarbaato* Cn-Op. Cotton Far %  VtaSBl TRAWft, SaCIO Lad It 4 10-1 *5* GENUINE MY CROWN GINGER 4EE GOES BETTER WITH ROM OR WIHSk,



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    Til ii r s il a J April 2 0 |.. Barbate Mmcatc !• Hi-.-: LABOUR BUDGET SHIRKS FUTURE 90 SHIPS HELD LP B) 10\DO\ DOCK STRIKE IOMOO Workers Out kpril 19, %  rom '( Canadian seamen w. s n u n id, I r0 u<,hoiil .1 e main dm k area. |i)\i'd Hor^i' ioni' Than His \\ iff M I I | II lOVC %  I human %  %  —R ruler. %  : %  1 1 —Rmlrr TORIES TAUNT GOVT. \ CROWD gal on it OQ | Wl %  nutria. • Ifill WII()IMMN(;! 6 0 YR. OLD FISHERMAN LIES' tcheson Says Sllhan ,,| o||n| ToOverll.nm Gove"nimeiil Join /TO tv\ Aem %  M .'inmotc ion mill .to aunse Ann through ild protrade probleir IN INDONESIA ipokeamai %  Hi I nmzt %  %  w today %  %  %  off from Wiesbaden. "tCd as ; I hau ed the 1 %  •im_ b •nd fc0 wirt I i:< i |hl %  i. %  % % %  ... Hill • "|L J'! : %  —Reuter. 19 1 %  %  . International Coi Nation* S til %  I %  •• United \ .a hte Kruler. %  I killed. %  %  present were to bi am %  1 %  i %  % % %  K.til.i Calk His Chile lluckwaril Kifli %  1 SIR G£0G£ S££t "£ THIS MONTH Fr.. | f.s. lorn my duns In Court %  %  %  %  %  i %  e %  %  I u %  %  . %  %  ... tied from i %  dlitr bullni %  %  %  %  Beutai i y %  %  %  %  %  %  \ %  %  .%  \ %  : %  DIES AT SEA Al It nil 1,1." wsterdav evening the lishinu huat 131 v.iili'il uiio I lie CwWAaagC With ihe lifeless badly <( Sydnei Hill huddled in the Mem. Hill. :i man in the late sixties, died suddeiil> while out ni RUiing; VOyaaja, lie was I resident of WYIchev Christ Church, ind was skipper-owner of the V'cppo. %  Ing Beat and onlj i ai ;r ol two—If %  'ing Morns itui. .i relative ol Sydney, who 11 Lchea :*al l/toPIM which nvai In the hi* asslstai i aa of the %  lfred Smith and Claudius Harewood of Bath VII %  <>i Church i same parish. Uoulbourne Layne ioarded ihe .Yoppo ;ti, in Iflll in sailing it to ihe Careenage Both the Ffappo an ti us al CHattD* but kioate incident (hey %  •ad %  the Lower '• Sin.illy after (I 30 pin the Wife, the dead ed at the Wharf When the body to the Public Mortuary hi* rrlntivr* hrokal down and began to cry. Other fishermen HI the Wharf aealfted in lifting *IRbody on I" the wi A post mortem %  • be held today. Free Labour Movement 1 Strengthened S4VS HARRIMAN NN Avarill H U MII,: Al %  •fin to i curtain t n ControL" 'When and h ea—doi U) Ruaata i 41 Now Vorli %  nual J.. I head, all %  pix-ted to %  |120 10 for next %  id Elce%  could be no doubt that thi %  u to rule the woi Within I Russia the Kremjjn is .,!: the MOpI the Kremlin %  an made "i> i him i unnini the NewYork Governorsl"i Administrator. SPORTS WINDOW %  fll-rt Plr.1 Diviucfi Ytt %  %  . %  Kn*ininii %  il**.-. -> far. nn lout all S'l-fVUM John Goddard AnxiousToGet On The Field Uk)rKnlo. Advubtlo ('nrmqmiiiirnl EAS'I I Ml 19 Eastbourne arianned %  tor the West Indian Cnckete except BUB While aeaabiti of the team are %  taring henthey have b i i i-> three ol the bljwt %  %  Conatltuuonal Cluba, u Royal n liuidc bonks inI to frae %  they want in But tod i their Hi i i. KnftanJ %  skipper John ( odd. ... is determined betrayal rmin or ahtl his men to %  • at the nati While he, l %  %  the taan %  LONDON RIC3ARD A. taunted Labou'. Rovernr.' , .ii Objec' %  lie Comniunists to uae tai I \ I I boomerang,' 1 'in travelling through Europe. • i .\ho arc leading il,. confident %  "Thrrr is thr uill \, \s„rW. Ihr uili to tifc-M and the in i.. arta rhrir drcision to i,n with u in thr North Ml antic I rr.u setUni t-nlr tore%rr rrltance un j|prasciilrul or U'ul'allU to maintain peace. "This .stemmed from thru i chef—as we the %  i %  %  — !: %  ui. i murk Sea Regulations .... kh n Ant tl a fi ol tho error." n ketera should be povlo vet cricket tit u %  %  %  %  %  Krulri Fond of His \\ lie: issanlted HIT K1NOS %  Mil 1B % %  Ing as a %  limit nc .unan of the ( %  %  —Beater, %  %  %  % %  town ye*%  %  %  Hayoi and aavi i Ignatarii %  Ulan Rae, Roi Ramadhln %  %  %  minute to They came along ihorU) after—B> <:*We. Bye-Eleetion On May 4 LONDON. April 19 In the House of Commons on '.: till the la Scotland' %  %  let. The seat was held for ihe I.ibour Party F A Cabb who died lasi nontfa Ho had a majority of 2.132 over William E. Woolley who ran as a National Liberal with Con%  -ontaat the seat again. M opponent will he l. J. tdwardii Parluunanti Ihe Hoard of T %  %  %  Blackburn I %  'he Hnuso cf Commons ts now fiur -Can. Preaa. PARIS. Apul |f. Republican Kuar.is ond police wen ..i the alerl in the AUanth Braat, atorm cat : %  labour anraal rtv re railway % %  rker kiiieo %  buried to-day. ranch Commi i %  •'.' called for with the iaaalnal vlgilan. Corananlai ti en appi i '. work. Al %  %  factory m the Rod Belt" 4 and 50 police can were p i .iicgic poaltiona with and tear gas it Police and demi. clashed several times at thi missed last Saturday after rtotl [ —Reuter. U06( I W \|iil I!' %  Krd Hi It, in the Mi., Boapborui had a ith the interests of Red fleet %  %  %  \n Porcea All thi inremitiing%  %  igtauter. Suspeet Yellow Fevr In Mi tun Usual Pattern ROME. April. Il %  cast the imminent diaai all religou irakli The Par%  %  lovakia made n cleat thai total and th" Catholl u intended. The usual pith • riais foi %  and sentences then an irehes and %  In Caaal %  completing the l.'W wo • -Renter MILAN, April 19 night investigating the -uspeeted outbreak and a thi) %  %  • making %  —Rrulrr %  %  .. %  First Lovi %  a] bevek %  Ututton t conrtltutlon a hl< I life of the talon; port "' ,%  %  %  %  ling" to con%  %  %  y odinstead, the taa UaWUfej i "un i .'i baag roeha > <\ i %  %  ihe %  > eat paid ararfcei i who • ni ii.ii eai a aaagfe la it %  %  %  %  nn Wl .litl lo build UP i lout; Ji hi re the arr a aad tuurt-. ha aaM %  %  KniU-r Governor Opens Legislature Tuesdaj %  %  %  %  %  %  i lied until I %  %  : RAILWAYMAN BURIED ll ID. Mying %  i %  %  %  Heater. Thv BICO by which you n.uy ask % %  new wholesome and delicious Czechs Demand Closing Of U.S. Information Service PRAOUB, April 19. demanded Ihe cloaJng ,f tlM atislava Usdl epoi led. Fha Ccachoalo. .. .e a sequel I United sutr. nsJaBsaauhai cspsssassj* at*-' *." 15 and II :abour City Rook* As Ship Explodm ISTANBUL \pt.l m. This Clt l| losion in % %  ... J.lll tonsj. %  %  hurl bu'. Baulo r Germany Should Have A National Anthem %  I %  %  elarasl. aa an* • -Ml:g of th "* ICE CREAM You will no; ir.it lo nolico Ihe SMOOTH andRKHQUAUTYoltlu*


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    PAGE TWO BARBADOS Al>\ THVRSDA1 VPRJL Qcuub CaUinq Flying Saucer was seen by more than cur.: peopte at the Barbados Aquatic Clyb on Tuesday night at approximately 9J0 o'clock. It appeared over the harbovr in the Western Sky and moved in a South-westerly direction over Needhams Point brfire it disappeared some observers laid it motion was like .1 a coin moves when It I. U into the water; only instead of tailing it moved across the iky It shone brightly and changed colour several times Its size was bijtfer than an average star Colourful Firure I HtAn tn-i boscoe Holder, the well-known Tr, painter and impre>sarlo. going to England soon. Bo-, co.ourful and v; Some /ears *go re used to nance in Berv, M--Burne' troupe. More recently he was in America giving piano recitals In TTI eacn year he puts on a revue called "Coioque of Trlnid., takM the leading part. But boscoeV serious interest hi paintr | has given sevtral exhibitions in Tnniuad Hu style could be called naturalistic; he paint.* %  "Kaiteur"—Barbados! M EPHBT8 and her daughter Joan rfrom British Guiana on Tuesday afternoon by B.W I A aftg. ;rg away for a little ovc rn •nuu. Mrs. H l originally comes from B 0 lives in Barbados and they art slaying at T %  %  * H Going to School Here M R SmCLAU ;is will and daughter arrived here about two from Venezuela has returned to Caracas. Mrs. Spencr %  naming with their daugntrr In Barbados for perhaps a year, as young Miss Spence will be going t. school here The "Carldeem". Si Lai-. On Six Week*' Leave M New picture of RiU II*> worth • ml her babj daMhUr AIv Khan with her bahy daugh'?r Yasmin. who have bei Until FrioUy 1* nMfTtmn Arcade' in Port-of-( %saa a %  tarday by %  4 w;!l be here utru: Fnda* far a sssart holiday staying as tne Hastings Hotel Also ar.ing from Trinidad yesterday • as Mrs. E Glalsher. Away For Three Weelu M RS CHRISTINE ROBERTS left yesterday by B W I A fa* Antiguj where she will attend a religious conference to be held there shortly She expects to be -Dnui three weeks. Hopes 10 Visit Rome M R. E C FABARA returned to Antigua yesterday by BWIA. She was here for four [days to leave her eleven -year -old %  daughter Cecelia at the Unuline Convent here She will be leaving Antigua shortly by the "Gaacogne" for England accompanied by her kaja%  t :;.•': F %  and Song in St John's U %  possible they hope to visit Rome %  m Pilgrimage She was staying at Cacrabank From St. Vincent Holiday M R. O W ALLEN Louis. USA. has been lr %  .past two ween* on holiday. He arrived by the "Lady Roc'ney" on Tuesday ano left the same afternoon for Trirudiid. after which he wii: acas and Havana before returning to St Louis. intransit 1 NTKANS1T by B V. terdI lad for a Mr Eric H Shell Oil Co.. a frequent visitor to B^rbado* he told Canb L tfouaai M u**usr rou row :an IMIHII re*aon> ^^ Put IT tnereiT to mas* in* *ora 1J1 U 3li"iaa aom*s • • 1 Does onud me** up dlntM room rummira* 'ti W of aaitance tn* 'il MM >?*;?• •.mini from Antiua on Saturday and will be here lor a dun Besides Dutch Miss Matty J. Cake Sale M F ROM Hi been living in 1 front ston 1,0m three years '*'nf Dutch she can ..., now .peak Spanish. EnsHah and a F DAVID MURRAY. ,f UM m ,„ array of beautiful calces as '"„""!"''"f"'*'' S "L2" £T" Vu,cen,Ofl ,, Caice Sale ,„ aid c, '.^V^neSa W f A Also returning to Caracas yes%  and Sk< i..oming by the Ladj There will al* laedav K, itael P.-.— ;ond Tudor, also of % %  %  ne CnUed CJ^mSv^eal cY A Bove.i and Skeete. S, Viru .nXSrueU on Office was another arrival by the be crowded, so the cake <*.|ers a art tor two ahould have a ver |: K M lhe Hastings Returnim Next Month M R. Leaving on Sunday VfK ANDREW SHEPPARD. •I Barbados representative of f Confederation Life Association and staving at • II bi leaving on S. Club for the past fifteen days BWIA for Jan %  vardaanoo Caracas. %  .'. i A. %  "Lady Rodney" He will not be returning lo Was Here Two Yeart Afo M Mrs John C .1 .arrived from 1 two weeks' holiday and are guests at the O Carmichael Is Manage: ears. He has be*-dad for about ftv* .go Here For One Week S TAYING '••: Ihe I %  '.' mock from New Orleans. l s^ Vic* Prat dam %  ( the Pan Amerirar, til has been oa Panama, %  rharr %  thev 'out as next 1fron. 1 W I A Returned to B A mu nd list %  iatternoon. For For The Wedding M R8 was in Brttaai returned on Tuesday wedding of Mr. and Mrs E Giglioli who were married r_— former Miss Madge I M New Hostesses E£ that B >chool I Knowle .nrrived in on the Bntla moat Ith Guiana flight ar eal Si ng Mrs. Doree:. : JT sft the morning fli Moit Interested N L ;; •.•:o..'K!>: ir.n wuee-' %  %  noon b; ao4 aot.jout two %  %  %  Ma tean aga> Miss Murray has ,t beauty %  9 %  vork beM Guaira New RoaJ Rupert and the Dragon rui* 23 Eaiter in TriaMaUd M i %  I W I A Left For Venezuela M R 1.1 'rnding the Association's to be helu Park Hotel. Jamaica. :. aing Mr 1'ai Date M rnson and i G (iran* %  inager* are due to be <>n the same plane \ I Shepuard leaves by. Frowi Oevonahire F ROM Devonshire. Mr John ina where he u at PlantaUa Mc has been eighteen l Tuesdav i-rnd two it M Ued to Live Heniss s< %  %  I Secretary Of Union" M lin Migu •uu hj\ Banco been in 5th spent Mai 1 tha Four Winds Ml Baneo I'mon' in BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER peirea Rupt" aa"" ro -* a help Poafra* *** h '* pet dr.gon J I had W won d happen." ha m *AS' •The.,, aobod' ibo.1 aaiesr *iPe He n*keth. .. . turto* i.dge ot nxk :0 n .uddeddoo'. The %  00 twah MM IBIO reach ^i *nd IOOI1 Kxtd clanc echoes irom CPVIT<_H e l OTE!.' %  < !iin t work it: \ \ 1 i> 1 a \ \ \ R i L O N Q I : 1 L u One letter simply starve.' I 1 .\ $ used Hen apoaini all hints :. A Cryptogram (tuolatloa 'VPVCA HKKX HOQ1 FCX V p V G A TVGQfll HOQ? OR QCKL FWKPVVYCRSNV KQ EFLVR ( r.j.T itjaatf B4 FfXR TH" LITTLE CHILDREN TO C Ml UN n ME AND FORBID TH> M MARK 1 MI i. nua pear win soo up s. t. wooa Iroeo UM .loaaroom 1 > WeuMnt retreat. iJ> 4 You auf&t c*i: :i • pan oa 1 j. 7. AH nice and tva> a Looa 10 Uae winOo* oot waul .ir.e. lot ici* a> .<*. A o*a* of mouiunt nawe 14, An instrument tor D?aUDS .a Prowea 1 dt*i r*ri .& A cnange af diet •* %  H Pnnt** m*a*ure u* 1 _. Mat •.oo M r.t* 1. won taasn LOOK YOUR 6 vour haii will be handsomer by far when you treat it tL 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic.' Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a bottle today! LONG HAIRED MEN LONDON. :;as gone to the head ol the British male. The increasing demand by men tor more stylish modes to suit the vogue for long hair was cited by William George. President of the British National Hairdressers' Federation. George said ;hat men are growing hair longer than their wives and 1' %  not far off when women hair%  %  xperu will have to be employed in men's saloons to look fter the tresses of mere male. Addressing the annual meeting >f the Federation. George said; "The average male is takin more interest in his nan Ht wearing it much longer and 11 i^h modes. On the other tiand. women, with their present rend in fashion of razor cutting. urchin cuts, tulip cuts, and other .hort hair styles, are rapidly •he order of the day" No Disturbance ig that young male LU nol be able to give satisfaction to future "Samsons' requiring a particular permanent wave or set for their locks. Mr. George said that the substitute lady barber should cause no great disturbance. A checkap of a number of London hairdresslng saloons showed that many male clients %  i:anent waves, special style set* and tinting. One barWe generally book them to come a*, a time when the ladies" ; -meni is not busy, and slip 1 female cubicle without being seen by other clients Believe me." he added, "some of our masculine clientele are |ariul head" ol —INS V; TSH! geats that this is a cunning way ing the hat .w Si .1 u> can obvlcosts. WOUU ire higher costs of production. ing more money in ...oruon as era are unable to sell the rti wages. %  'u in-?: a possible increase nrm and hav< and wejr 1 uio to give .'ippearance Mi on tuM %  %  .1 In ....r-cut H I ue he to sa^iiii that seesa art .I SHV / 8m i' S that any extra fat should cl for food rather than 1 probably it paopsfl will hencefortl UM ti "•• %  ^ ..bbo. *r.c fore with a large %  the bath, and a new 3 of mea aad Oafs i plchaez." GLOBE Last Showfaal • %  TO-PAY I & Ml f H JOANNE DKL' and RICHARD NORRIS in UBBIE'S DUSH ROSE 5 titM vt*y UK HE it iSl TROPICAL SUITING 54 inehei wide $3.23 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS. Openinit Salurdat Apr. 99 CASUARINA CLUB BATTERY HOl'SE R LAWRENCE Phone H496 FULLER DETAILS LATER Suriins KKIDAV cosslinuing .... j It K.:io p.m. MM I.K \M I \KI B /TOWS The Best ft YOlll norsi A wid# ranfr ot Read; MlXMl PainU and nalcrial Miapllttl by UK laal J %  saJBBfacltsrcn la l**l f rasa. REMFWBER h<- >ou ana Ikr aaaatsM lass save f t f lasarct lane al aur HARDWARE MMMM T'lrpkaar No MM 8ARBAD0S CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. KOI A I. Worlhings M O U PPM*,,,, "Little Women" •URTTIIVJ. Jun AlXYSOTa* <^tar UWroRi) CMPIHE Oa#j itt *d i 9 'Twril | "Son of Monte Criolo" U iiAVWAjio-o*m* ^Awpatfasjo^ aaaon crr x\ swaua., a-ku. aaui Zorrowt Black Whip %  TUILDIO—iawssa UTTUKnasU) OLYMPM T*-aar OatLY I M I 11 a at o * latgagaaj "Mra. Miniver" i % %  .\R.-*Ji tahegEaS .( 1W I.U-W..KIX*VA A MEDAL for BENNY ID II \, "S| i ..-,!• VI FEAR In U NIGHT on NING I I.Ill I DHL 8;o: > c.Mi'.'roi 7 AQl'ATK lll'll CINEMA M.mbmo, -"NIGHT AT S JO Paramount presents E£w*i-1 Q ROB %  mom %  %  v i inn .MI iiii •-• %  rniiM r KID At .'Itil rill. TIM t, IMI II M I \\|> Till I. IHIli. Irihun i .... MUrntm DENNIS MOHUAN JACK CAJtSQN JAMS PAK.I UAR-1 the yea,/ LUCILLE bnU-MftUIAM niD Lr-I GLOBE TO-MORROW & CC MAKE YOIH HOME ttmwmwt I HOM mvmmw WGLEll In the Modi I I : : ,. mr ttthto*' ecntil feature, aiul lo gel !l. Fittings:— 1^1 Us shou \(iu IN new -lock til L. • Pedntal Basins • Bath Curtain Knik • Bath Roses • Towel Rails • TIM.III Brus> 9 Shavba] *"*' a> GbaU Shell" • Toilet PP PLANTATIOIXS SJMI" 1


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Thursday, April 20, 1950
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    Suspeet Yellow
    Fevr In Mi tun
    Usual Pattern
    ROME. April. Il

    cast the imminent diaai
    all religou
    irakli
    The Par-


    lovakia made n cleat thai
    total and .
    th" Catholl u intend-
    ed.
    The usual pith
    riais foi

    and sentences then an
    irehes and

    In Caaal

    completing the
    l.'W wo
    -Renter
    MILAN, April 19
    night in-
    vestigating the -uspeeted outbreak
    and a thi)


    making

    Rrulrr

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    a] bevek

    Ututton t
    conrtltutlon a hl< I
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    by which you n.uy ask !
    new wholesome and delicious

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    Of U.S. Information Service
    PRAOUB, April 19.
    demanded Ihe cloaJng ,f tlM
    atislava
    Usdl epoi led.
    .
    Fha Ccachoalo.
    .. .e a sequel I
    -
    United sutr. nsJaBsaauhai
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    Germany Should Have
    A National Anthem

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    -Ml:g of th
    "* *
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    You will no; ir.it lo nolico Ihe SMOOTH
    andRKHQUAUTYoltlu* How that you hovo the besl. Wo l
    / : k for
    IIHO It i; tltEAM
    at your Soda Fountain, Restaurant. Club, Hotel
    or other Dealer.
    You may visit our ; Want and be sattsucc ot (he
    Hyqiemc and Wholesome Quality ot this pure food.
    THE BARBADOS ICE Co., Ltd.
    BAY STREET


    PAGE TWO
    BARBADOS Al>\
    THVRSDA1 VPRJL

    Qcuub CaUinq
    Flying Saucer was seen by
    more than cur.: peopte at the
    Barbados Aquatic Clyb on Tues-
    day night at approximately 9J0
    o'clock. It appeared over the
    harbovr in the Western Sky and
    moved in a South-westerly direc-
    tion over Needhams Point brfire
    it disappeared some observers
    laid it motion was like .1
    a coin moves when It I. U
    into the water; only instead of
    tailing it moved across the iky
    It shone brightly and changed
    colour several times Its size was
    bijtfer than an average star
    Colourful Firure
    IHtAn tn-i boscoe Holder,
    the well-known Tr,
    painter and impre>sarlo.
    going to England soon. Bo-,
    co.ourful and v;
    Some /ears *go re used to nance
    in Berv, M--Burne' troupe. More
    recently he was in America giv-
    ing piano recitals In Tti
    eacn year he puts on a revue
    called "Coioque of Trlnid.,
    takM the lead-
    ing part. But boscoeV
    serious interest hi paintr |
    has given sevtral exhibitions in
    Tnniuad Hu style could be
    called naturalistic; he paint.*

    "Kaiteur"Barbados!
    MEPHBT8 and her
    daughter Joan r-
    from British Guiana on Tuesday
    afternoon by B.W I A aftg.
    ;rg away for a little ovc
    rn nuu. Mrs. H l
    originally comes from B 0
    lives in Barbados and they art
    slaying at T !* H
    Going to School Here
    MR SmCLAU
    . ;is will and daughter
    arrived here about two
    from Venezuela has returned to
    Caracas. Mrs. Spencr
    naming with their daugntrr In
    Barbados for perhaps a year, as
    young Miss Spence will be going t.
    school here The
    "Carldeem". Si Lai-.
    On Six Week*' Leave
    M
    New picture of RiU II*> worth
    ml her babj daMhUr
    AIv Khan with her bahy daugh'?r
    Yasmin. who have bei *
    Until FrioUy
    1* nMfTtmn
    Arcade' in Port-of-(
    %saa a tarday by
    4 w;!l be here utru:
    Fnda* far a sssart holiday staying
    as tne Hastings Hotel Also ar-
    .ing from Trinidad yesterday
    as Mrs. E Glalsher.
    Away For Three Weelu
    MRS CHRISTINE ROBERTS
    left yesterday by B W I A fa*
    Antiguj where she will attend a
    religious conference to be held
    there shortly She expects to be
    -Dnui three weeks.
    Hopes 10 Visit Rome
    MR. E C FABARA returned to
    Antigua yesterday by
    BWIA. She was here for four
    [days to leave her eleven -year -old
    daughter Cecelia at the Unuline
    Convent here
    She will be leaving Antigua
    shortly by the "Gaacogne" for
    England accompanied by her kaja-
    t :;.': F
    and Song in St John's U '
    possible they hope to visit Rome
    m Pilgrimage
    She was staying at Cacrabank
    From St. Vincent Holiday
    MR. O W ALLEN
    Louis. USA. has been lr
    .- past two ween*
    on holiday. He arrived by the
    "Lady Roc'ney" on Tuesday ano
    left the same afternoon for Triru-
    diid. after which he wii:
    acas and Havana before return-
    ing to St Louis.
    intransit
    1NTKANS1T by B V.
    terdI lad for
    a Mr Eric H
    Shell Oil Co.. a frequent visitor to
    B^rbado* he told Canb
    L tfouaai m u**usr rou row :an
    imihii re*aon> . pminuaars .latasnsat. aoou'
    I- gear
    .. The was ao *r 00*0 at *k l *'
    is
    "SX,?
    ,s.
    ^jm uikarani ' *<*?**- iSi
    nu* snt la -iitung. ill
    inieotioo i3> ^^
    Put it tnereiT to mas* in* *ora
    1J1 U 3li"iaa aom*s
    1 Does onud me** up dlntM room
    rummira* 'ti
    W of aaitance tn*
    'il MM
    >?*;?
    .mini from Antiua on Sat-
    urday and will be here lor a dun
    Besides Dutch
    Miss Matty J.
    Cake Sale
    M
    FROM Hi
    been living in
    1 front ston 1,0m three years
    ' '*'nf Dutch she can
    ..., now .peak Spanish. EnsHah and a
    F DAVID MURRAY. ,f UM m , array of beautiful calces as '"""!"''"f"'*'' S"L2" T"
    Vu,cen,Ofl ,, Caice Sale , aid c, '.^V^neSa
    W f A
    Also returning to Caracas yes-
    -
    and Sk< *
    i..oming by the Ladj There will al*
    laedav K, itael P.-.-
    ;ond Tudor, also of ne CnUed CJ^mSv^eal cY A
    Bove.i and Skeete. S, Viru .nXSrueU on
    Office was another arrival by the be crowded, so the cake <*.|ers a art tor two
    ahould have a ver |:.K M lhe Hastings
    Returnim Next Month
    MR. Leaving on Sunday
    VfK ANDREW SHEPPARD.
    I Barbados representative of
    f Confederation Life Association
    and staving at II bi leaving on S.
    Club for the past fifteen days BWIA for Jan

    vardaanoo
    . Caracas.

    .'. i A.

    "Lady Rodney" He will not be re-
    turning lo
    Was Here Two Yeart Afo
    M. Mrs John C .1
    .arrived from 1
    two weeks' holiday and are guests
    at the O
    Carmichael Is Manage:
    ears. He has be*--
    dad for about ftv*
    .go
    Here For One Week
    STAYING ': Ihe I
    '.'
    . mock from New Orleans.
    l,s^ Vic* Prat dam ( the Pan
    Amerirar, til
    has been oa
    Panama,
    rharr

    thev 'out as
    next 1-
    fron. 1 W I A
    Returned to B .
    Amu .
    nd list

    iatternoon.
    For "
    For The Wedding
    M
    R8
    was in Brttaai
    * returned on Tuesday
    wedding of Mr. and Mrs E
    Giglioli who were married r_
    former Miss Madge I
    M
    New Hostesses

    E that B
    - >chool
    I
    Knowle .nrrived in on the Bnt- la moat
    Ith Guiana flight ar eal Si
    ng Mrs. Doree:. : jt sft
    the morning fli '
    Moit Interested
    N
    l ;;- .:o..'K!>: ir.n wuee-'


    noon b;
    ao4 aot- .jout two

    Ma tean aga> Miss Murray has
    ,t beauty

    9

    vork be-
    M
    Guaira
    New RoaJ
    Rupert and the Dragon rui*
    23
    Eaiter in TriaMaUd
    Mi
    I
    W I A
    Left For Venezuela
    MR 1.1
    'rnding the Association's
    to be helu
    Park Hotel. Jamaica.
    :. aing Mr
    1'ai Date M rnson and
    i G (iran*
    '' inager* are due to be
    <>n the same plane \ I
    Shepuard leaves by.
    Frowi Oevonahire
    FROM Devonshire. Mr John
    ina where he u at
    PlantaUa Mc has been
    eighteen
    l Tuesdav
    i-rnd two
    it


    M
    Ued to Live Hen-
    iss s<

    I
    Secretary Of "
    Union"
    Mlin Migu
    uu hj\
    Banco

    ' been in
    5th spent
    Mai
    1
    tha Four Winds
    Ml
    Baneo I'mon' in
    BY THE WAY
    By BEACHCOMBER
    peirea Rupt" aa"" ro-*
    a help Poafra* *** h'*
    pet dr.gon J I had W
    won d happen." ha m*AS' '
    The.,, aobod' ibo-
    .1 aaiesr *iPe
    ' He n*keth.
    .. turto* i.dge ot nxk
    . :0n .uddeddoo'. The
    00 twah
    MM IBIO
    reach ^i *nd iooi-
    1 Kxtd clanc echoes irom -
    CPVIT<_Hel OTE- !.' < !iin t work it:
    \ \ 1 i> 1 a \ \ \ R
    i L O N Q I : 1 L u
    One letter simply starve.' I 1 .\ $ used
    Hen apoa-
    ini all hints
    :.
    A Cryptogram (tuolatloa
    'VPVCA HKKX HOQ1 FCX V p V G A
    TVGQfll HOQ? OR QCKL FWKPV-
    VYCRSNV KQ EFLVR
    ( r.j.T itjaatf B4 FfXR TH" LITTLE CHILDREN
    TO C Ml UN n ME AND FORBID TH> M MARK
    1 mi
    i. nua pear win soo up s.
    t. wooa Iroeo Um .loaaroom 1
    > WeuMnt retreat. iJ>
    4 You auf&t c*i: :i pan oa
    1 j. 7. ah nice and tva>
    a Looa 10 Uae winOo* oot
    waul .ir.e. lot ici* a>
    .<*. A o*a* of mouiunt nawe
    14, An instrument tor D?aUDS
    .a Prowea 1 dt*i r*ri
    .& A cnange af diet *
    H Pnnt** m*a*ure u. A* wmu a* toe *m/ ine drain
    ;j. aour.a* er> u* 1
    _. Mat
    .oo m r.t* 1.
    won
    taasn
    LOOK YOUR 6
    vour haii will be
    handsomer by far
    when you treat it tL
    'Vaseline' Hair Tonic.'
    Just use a tew drops
    a day... then see
    the difference!
    Buy a bottle today!
    LONG HAIRED
    MEN
    LONDON.
    :;as gone to the head ol
    the British male.
    The increasing demand by men
    tor more stylish modes to suit
    the vogue for long hair was
    cited by William George. Presi-
    dent of the British National Hair-
    dressers' Federation. George said
    ;hat men are growing hair longer
    than their wives and 1'
    not far off when women hair-
    xperu will have to be
    employed in men's saloons to look
    fter the tresses of mere male.
    Addressing the annual meeting
    >f the Federation. George said;
    "The average male is takin
    more interest in his nan Ht
    wearing it much longer and 11
    i^h modes. On the other
    tiand. women, with their present
    rend in fashion of razor cutting.
    urchin cuts, tulip cuts, and other
    .hort hair styles, are rapidly
    he order of the day"
    No Disturbance
    ig that young male
    LU nol be able to give
    satisfaction to future "Samsons'
    requiring a particular permanent
    wave or set for their locks. Mr.
    George said that the substitu-
    te lady barber should
    cause no great disturbance.
    A checkap of a number of
    London hairdresslng saloons
    showed that many male clients
    i:anent waves, special
    style set* and tinting. One bar-
    We generally book them to
    come a*, a time when the ladies"
    ;-meni is not busy, and slip
    1 female cubicle with-
    out being seen by other clients
    Believe me." he added, "some
    of our masculine clientele are
    . |ariul head" ol
    INS
    V;
    TSH!

    geats that this is a cunning way
    ing the hat .w Si .1 u> can obvl-

    costs. WOUU
    ire higher costs of production.
    . ing more money in
    ...oruon as
    era are unable to sell the
    rti wages.

    'u in-?: a possible increase
    - nrm and hav<
    and wejr
    1 uio to give *
    .'ippearance Mi on tuM
    .1 In
    ....r-cut
    HI ue he to

    sa^iiii that seesa
    art .I
    Shv / 8m i' .
    S

    that any extra fat should
    . cl for food rather than
    . 1 probably
    it paopsfl will hencefortl
    . UM ti "'
    ^ ..bbo.
    *r.c fore with a large

    the bath, and a new
    3
    of mea aad Oafs i plchaez."
    GLOBE
    Last Showfaal
    TO-PAY I & Ml f H
    JOANNE DKL'
    and
    RICHARD NORRIS
    in
    UBBIE'S DUSH
    ROSE
    5
    tit- M
    vt*y
    UK HE it iSl
    TROPICAL SUITING
    54 inehei wide
    $3.23
    EVANS and WHITFIELDS.
    Openinit
    Salurdat Apr. 99
    CASUARINA
    CLUB
    BATTERY HOl'SE
    R LAWRENCE
    Phone H496
    FULLER DETAILS
    LATER
    Suriins KKIDAV
    cosslinuing ....
    j It K.:io p.m.
    MM I.K \M I \KI B
    /TOWS The Best
    ft
    YOlll
    norsi
    A wid# ranfr ot
    Read;
    MlXMl PainU and nalcrial
    Miapllttl by UK laal
    * J saJBBfacltsrcn la l**l f rasa.
    REMFWBER h<- >ou ana Ikr aaaatsM
    lass save f t f
    lasarct lane al aur HARDWARE MMMM
    T'lrpkaar No MM
    8ARBAD0S CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
    FACTORY LTD.
    KOI A I. Worlhings
    M O U PPM*,,,,
    "Little Women"
    Urttiivj. Jun AlXYSOTa*
    <^tar UWroRi)
    CMPIHE
    Oa#j itt *d i 9
    'Twril |
    "Son of Monte
    Criolo"
    U iiAVWAjio-o*m*
    ^Awpatfas- jo^ aaaoncrr
    x\
    swaua., a-ku. aaui
    Zorrowt Black Whip
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    T*-aar OatLY I M I 11 a
    at o * latgagaaj
    "Mra. Miniver"
    i ' .\R.-*Ji
    tahegEaS
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    L
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    A
    I'min.iinl II--II-
    DOROTHY LAH<
    .RTLRO Dc CX>KIX*VA
    A MEDAL for
    BENNY
    ID II \, "S| i ..-,! VI
    FEAR In U
    NIGHT
    on ning I I.Ill I
    DHL 8;o: ">' c.Mi'.'roi 7
    AQl'ATK lll'll CINEMA M.mbmo,
    -"NIGHT AT S JO
    Paramount presents......
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    mom * v i inn .mi iii-
    i -rniiM r KID At .'Itil
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    MUrntm DENNIS MOHUAN JACK CAJtSQN
    JAMS PAK.I UAR-1
    the yea,/
    LUCILLE bnU-MftUIAM niD
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    GLOBE TO-MORROW & CC
    MAKE
    YOIH
    HOME
    ttmwmwt
    I hom mvmmw
    WGLEll
    In the Modi I I : : ,. mr ttthto*'
    ecntil feature, aiul lo gel !l.
    Fittings:
    1^1 Us shou \(iu in new -lock til
    L.
    Pedntal Basins
    Bath Curtain Knik
    Bath Roses
    Towel Rails
    Tim.iIi Brus>
    9 Shavba] *"*'
    a> GbaU Shell"
    Toilet PP '
    PLANTATIOIXS SJMI"1


    ""'""- -"
    ItAKBADOS ADVOCATE
    sugar Market
    Dominated
    By Cuba
    ,f* ^ LONDON
    _. Cuban Sufai
    aa^Sflijoj and 5.W0.O0O tons.
    n*.iZ iate' bull.
    2fSff'v,eldS currently being
    m respon-
    \ peeled to de-
    v harvested
    t] sugar output
    he 1949 figure of 5.146,
    STr-e*. :
    i might
    2*7"; (s caused dis-
    as felt ;hat, if need
    could coi
    -
    r
    Ci ". l.
    .
    position.
    Prod
    jrJU-

    i re
    Btl
    Cuba wou'd
    leet crop pros-
    rope and Hie I
    -
    Tfce
    see
    C,'
    1 aSimprovement in European
    _ would mean a dollar sav-
    2l At trw
    JgL. in the United States equal
    K( quota would rou I
    KiKrrased outl<
    Juion In deficit would give
    Should the U.S. yield fail seri-
    gg*r however. Cuba would stand
    a benefit Similarly in the case of
    7European failure. But Czarni-
    tt* warn that the position would
    on be so favourable lo Cuba in
    tab instance became "it it leas
    aely ihat the position would be
    ^glanced by an Increase in pur-
    dun of "Dollar" sugar than by
    HKtenlng of belts, failing .ide-
    au\f supplies of so-called soft
    CTtncv sugar."

    " time reckons u ought
    the House."
    Mexican Oil
    Economy
    Reviewed
    fWn Our London Corn
    LONDON,
    .
    -
    bcuon cruel expoi
    k7 ai this would make it easier
    kr Mex.u to balani its pay-
    MDU With
    wect Board
    Landon enti
    Cemmercul Con
    Hbico."
    pnwmiooi took pi. i last yes*.
    iei-ti.. iba
    the head ol .
    '
    -
    Bsel-h. But no ignani
    Khed.
    I m the ,
    I
    aUMini
    -Ution. PMrolooa Mexicanos,
    .is.siwit to
    ue lb i
    as increased its : -
    loan rtaources, it has had
    [
    I Bf |n
    *'
    IBsunip'.. |
    point ..
    orb ui,
    jortable n
    ntion has
    Lpald to exploration. Tho
    he Texas
    starteU
    *" ]
    fch. .- i
    also required to bring new
    .
    Had companli
    ta would
    laBBBBBBP*d In Mexico as an
    c5[
    napes of oat torn
    ^^llaii iu
    Mexic-n
    ">* contracts with American
    raits: tnr Cities Sen,
    gay. Edwin Pauley, the
    "Can Independent oil Com-
    t and Signal Oil Company,
    will be
    out in two an
    i and one area
    State n( Vl
    " border.
    RED FOR
    A DAY
    MOSINEE
    A "Communist" Kovermnen1
    will take over Mosmee May 1.
    BOilO its newspapers, churches
    and police offices, and open
    concentration camp for enenm
    ot the state" among its 3.200 rea-
    douts.
    The "Reds" will hsve the lull
    support of the Wlscon
    Mill townbecause the Comma-
    nists invasion is a "Rcd-for-a-
    |ect planned by the local
    i Legion Post to make
    clear what life is like under I
    dictator.
    National guardsmen will pity
    4 the Communl
    and set up inspection posts on all
    toads leading into the community.
    main ni-
    tiance permits und *eOII
    t Of gas slatici.
    fuel only to those who hold
    state' iermits.
    :.proved'* group of offi-
    cials will run tha
    pan, editors,
    .,<- leaders
    will be moved In
    tton camp behind barbed wire.
    tilt to the
    "state" will be exposed by in-
    Mill workers will have a new
    pay scale $4 for a 12-hour day,
    with no bargaining rights. Busi-
    . i '- :
    a dtatfaw
    Minister Probes Slavery Charges
    "Men Are Chained
    By The Neck'
    .99

    MR P A. McBRIDE, Australian Minister of the In-
    terior, is to tly to the Northern Terrttorj to im
    charges of slavery among the aborigines, ihe
    inhabitants.
    Cattle owners and doctors m
    the sparsely populated territory
    ere demanding that a royal com-
    mission be set up to sift the alle-
    gations.
    These are that aborigines are
    chained and herded into camps
    Without trial; are refused freedom
    of movement*, that money they
    earn is taken from them by the
    Department for Native Affairs;
    and that "barbarous treatment by
    the Queensland authorities" has
    reduced the original 200 tribes to
    40
    Rough-riding cattle-man Wason
    Byers, whose property of S.6O0
    square miles is as big as Yorkshire;
    shire together, charges
    that aborigines are worked in con-
    ditions of slavery.
    London Painters
    Take Over Ship
    LONDON. April 18
    stopped
    pr.nting their ship the PrtMknU
    Ptroa in I^mdon docks today and
    ' '
    had been
    made to their Captain iy the
    Painter* Union.
    Mr. A. s
    *aid: "As from tORtonovi and on
    tII future OCOaeioag when the
    docks all paint-
    ing on the veaaej will be done by
    ontracton nt the docks
    who emplov only union members "
    Reuler
    Spendthrifl \\ if
    will Ik- told to stay home until
    . I A j the Department for Nal
    OOfe burning is planned It is supposed to be
    'il-s Piracy'
    Hundreds of them, he says, are
    employed for their food, tobacco,
    and 1 a week. Their clothing
    is marked off against the
    fl is compulsui.
    trust."
    The town's yotu layi Byers, "but dozens of
    learn red techniques, too. A ra-
    the Conununitt youth
    /
    Boy Scout Troops.
    Uants Cats
    LONDON
    i-old bus
    conductoi :i an of the
    Croydon CLondoi
    looking for "celebrit> i
    km cat
    iain from prr-uai fl i
    natives who have never claimed
    ' I ( ;: 11 l < .
    "None of the a
    dom of movement. I flew one of
    iiien, named Quandonn.
    to the town of Kalherinc for hos-
    pital treatment. When he was
    cured, the police refused to allow
    him to return to his wife, his home
    and his job.
    Ami. according to law, any
    white man who gives an aborigine
    a li/t In this territory is liable to
    three months' jail unless the man
    has a permit."
    Or. L. Thompson, who has just
    ore than 2,oo> entries,
    britj
    uled to ''sun" in the show.
    cat which was
    buried for a week under a ton
    of coal at Croynon
    thai another, champion which
    and wandered about foi
    will also be on
    Other features of the show will
    household
    pets and the heaviest cats.
    xinbition's Ob
    inouse int) lish pedi-

    British cat breads to the
    United States.
    came in-
    terested in cat breeding in 1936
    hen the coupe were given tw-J
    t a wedding gift.
    hamase cms
    r have won some 200
    ,11 over Britain in
    ihe last four reai i vv
    ttory says: "I have been
    rBsfusted to see oatlvi
    td interned
    in ramps without trial."
    The Australian Actors Equity
    up the case of
    lgine film actor. Henry Murdock.
    who has a prominent pel
    film "Bitter Springs."
    Although the salary minimum
    for white players was 14 10s. a
    week, it is alleged that the De-
    partment for Native Affairs would
    allow Murdock to be paid only B I
    and the department kept back 4
    of this,(LE.S.)
    9/ DIED WAITING
    LONDON.
    It's a lengthy process getting
    free spectacles under the British
    Health Service plan^
    According to the Essex County
    National Hen'th Service Txcculive
    Council. 91 Essex people died be-
    .ney had ordered
    I.Vv
    l.k. Bndgri Gets
    Calm Aaception
    LONIH
    The Ui.


    msrked 1<

    ..
    of losses
    I

    a voluntsu

    .

    brought

    pathy wit!
    Ill
    TOK'
    e housi vife wanted
    >n husband U
    ailed his "spendthrift
    A Japar
    what she
    sir periodic
    of their
    htuse in n huff. Mrs. Matnimi
    MsUubastn |X >i'..l a handful
    of sewing needles sj i a nail and

    She felt no lll-efleeti until more
    than -i month lab
    ; laming of abdominal
    palm
    r
    tract.
    husband omplains
    required an cx-
    l N |
    LEAR\ TO
    LOVE
    21? and 42^

    at Bnxton,
    auurb.
    ban 1,000 students, aged

    Evening Institute, where classe,
    work to balk:
    drama are held.
    The notty subject of love,
    c.i wrvcr. was not .deluded in the
    crhool's curriculum until recently
    when the assistant, principal, Mrs.
    P. Shuttleworth. suddenly cam?
    across s group of whispering
    orridor and Bated ihem
    what they were talking about
    We want class-
    es in love h
    ion ela
    luttleworth, and
    roil will learn all von wan:
    about love.''
    Now the ending the
    class Ttian
    they talk about I
    lems and wider
    *etting doe
    i.'mi mi!. Love
    re learning about love
    ting where
    Uwittleworth.
    kasj quite
    openly .urn call > spade a spade
    aonessata,1
    Kent k when we talket.
    have got used b
    Jng it openly and accept it quite
    naturally.''
    Mrs. Shuttleworth said that
    Mouraged to tell
    the class their problems
    has come
    baik alter serving Uv<
    girl friend
    has fallen in lovi
    "We dis, irobleaa in

    and though the girl refuses to go
    Lm he now seas
    stion in a more reasonable light-
    ing it out
    with other yousuprton who have

    don County Council Kr, |
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    IB. and 42 cent- sal i
    others -INS.
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    Two To Die
    For Espionage
    PRAGUE. Am.l 18
    The State Coun In Prague to-
    day sentenced two people to
    ic.th for espionage, press report-
    said tonight. A third person Ifl
    sentenced to hard labour for HLfe
    A fourth defendant a member of i
    the Czechoslovak Secui.
    and a woman was each sentenced
    to 25 years hard labour. Three
    others, members of the Czechoslo-
    vak police were among other
    defendants, who were gtt
    tences ranging from ten to M
    years hard labour.
    Reuler
    ^Coughing
    ^ Colds
    Ju.1 mdl a jpoonld ot VapoRub
    in a bol ol boiling -aUT. Thai
    iHvhnvU tht aootliing. medicinal
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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    THUBSDAY. WIIII. 2
    '. isa
    R\KBAW)J>|A1)\0GATE
    im a tsa, Mnw c U&. H ( M. Illiniwi
    11] \|Mii M, IMi
    Without lela>
    THE Authority have in n
    performed thi- commendable ti
    lating traffic in Ihe City of Briclif
    and in controlling pedestrians in the use
    of the Highway. Much has also been
    achieved in cleansing the alleys adjacent
    to Broad Street, and in making the City
    cleaner and more orderly
    Thr prob-
    lem of the slums of Bridgetown has how-
    's and
    alleys that lead into Milk Market and
    Baxters Road continue as an affront to
    civil. na and as a menace to the
    in of the community.
    A Public Health Bill after prolonged de-
    bate and much amendment, pass.
    House of Assembly and went on its v
    the Legislative Council in 194H >"' that
    body was unable to complete its discussions
    before the I year
    brought the Legislative Session to a close.
    blot upon the City, nor to tackle the Island-
    wnlr i .lion.
    No Government can afford indefinitely
    to ! <.:' with a matte! so im-
    portant to the health of its subjects and
    the happin* Old tic
    unnecessary to recount the harsh an I
    character of the Bridgetown slums.
    The Royal Con
    report was published in 1945 described
    tin then the
    Barbados in particular and a
    i "In both
    town
    H. : king people
    I much
    .1 is deplor-
    em im-
    intry
    " lh'

    I In contribu-
    foi asp.ni ofcontentnv

    [I
    I
    bilil
    .lI.IU
    .
    ten
    nmunityandi
    .
    T
    asv.
    I upon
    and v
    The
    o

    -.! mannr-
    ot fovernment by studying th-
    .:. of their towns. The
    a commercial race
    Spanish Empire-2
    !.? Dr. John Parn
    grew to prosperity and import-
    i ) more vice-royalties
    KXV jdded. Buenns Aires and
    da or Colombia These
    ffflcea. though less sought after
    ...an European governorships sura
    ver they went close- merely a form of rather round- u that of the Nether-
    ed stockaded fortress- *bou* taxation. Spanish tittrwisU positions of great dignit, and
    towns, designed to house and
    not seem to have regarded commanded very high
    the sale of onVes as la .v were nearly ahng
    deplorable. The system was even peninsular Spaniards 'there were
    defended on th* ground that the enjy three exceptions) anJ they
    public auction of offices pre- maintained lavish and no doubt
    vented nepotism Offices went to expensive courts. Their pal?ce*.
    the highest bidder, and not la in Mexico and Lima -:.-
    the viceroys" favourites The only .fats of government In those
    concession to the ideal of eff- capitals are huge baroque build-
    \cy in local government lay n. .ngr. evidence of a glory now
    Una* of the requirement that all pur- slightly faded and moth-eaten
    ZJZZH "ErlZLT- chases of offices should be con- The viceroys were supposed to
    ll _ staffs of harbour*,
    and warehouses
    'Wished a century late-
    English North
    mostly trim little mar-'
    appearance an
    form of govern-
    ment, their mun.cipal
    being
    all the householders The muni*
    nounnoiutii nc iiimn- fl__4 K tha Cm -i-n anH m that
    rinnittt*. .-.f QMni cipalitics of spanisn America -^niga,,. . nst #*.
    offer
    _ the
    case of serious complaint against 0f gr.vemment
    vhole machinery
    in their
    ',;",niovernran, ,h P*> < " - <>' er were both civil .overnor.
    i...n in tovcrnmi. rrn~n i.j-. ,,_-|, ,n h,.v ,h- j _...___ -^
    and in the details of lay-out
    desifned I
    the models of Old Spain
    one had its wide, square plazi
    at the centre, flanked by the
    Cathedral, the law courts, the
    Da town armoury, ad- b|
    nun, slrative offices and the
    i ,\nded_for judges and
    rrangemer
    Crown pledged itself to buy the and military commanders-ln
    office back and sell it again to ;,ef. responsible both for aj-
    E-ch om*bo,1>, mor suitable. ministration and defence, and
    - The town councils exercised anpearance their authontv was
    considerable local author ly; they almost absolute. The Spanish
    regulated building, markets and Crown, however, was always
    fairs, waterways, roads and oth- deeply suspicious of figh ofll-
    er public works They levied c|,i, in remote places, anj par-
    rates and local customs duties, ocularly suspicious of officials
    ., and allocated grants of land , the noble and military cast
    SI J^,.IIJ ,Y?T7? 1 Th"* '<""" "' >"* T a suspicion no doubt inner lad
    ZZL2 ZZ*VZL._1.^.m " """" opportunities for Irom "fru(ta, Um T
    Roman camp. Town government Jpul;on and municipal gov- pj ., ,or thjl Spaniard
    was a close oligarch) It con- crnmlnl wu undoubtedly cor- a nation had. and sUll have,
    a council or eaWW ^p, Municipal corruption is a ,, umdency to faction and
    ll, i!H! not """"own m other parts of Mp,ratism which was restrained
    -town councillors. Big places to Americas, but the chief de- ^Z by nCTC, * peraona; lov-
    mighl have moreMexico City ,K, of lh. c.Dnao5 ] ,n lhe JK & UlVKlnT ThV Crown
    and Lima had twenty-four each. fKt that they werc nol mUy co , llllfll never responsible to anybody for their o( nval kinglets in the Indies.
    xted b> the townsfolk Nor- acllor Ti,m was no local , the viceroy's offlee. in theory
    mally the corrimandlng orncer of electorate People who thought so powerful, was hedged with
    for instancewas empowered by ^i cabildo had to go to the
    the Ccavn to found municlpali- courts Ior redress, and might not In lhe Hfst pi
    ties, and he would appoint the receive a very sympathetic hear- normally, held office for onlyT
    drat body of councillors, pending )ng because the cabildos them- three years, so that he had no, minimumagreements go bv province and
    confirmation by the Crown selves appointed the municipal time to establish personal loyal- ...,_,
    Pmq-Pmekvt Jtm From
    Th* Emtpir*
    Where No Man Need Me -
    less Than 110 A Week
    H Dan Tulor
    TASMANIA, they say has the friendliest t
    people and the pleasantest climate in
    Empire.
    Eut it has another claim to fame. In the
    nc rth of this lovely island there is a district
    called Stanley.
    And here, as far as I car. find, they make
    the highest sterling incomes in the Empire
    as a communuv
    HOW THEY Do IT
    In Stanley no man need draw less than
    10 a week. Many make- double that.
    How do they do it?
    The farmers market their potatoes
    through a producer-merchant scheme.
    Fishermen have a profit-sharing arrange-
    ment with their crews, by which each man
    can get up to 20 a week.
    Timbermen band together in groups of
    five and share the proceeds of their work.
    The more a man produces the more
    he takes home.
    NO MINIMUM
    Let us see what they are doing jlatwharc.
    Latest figures from Canada show that the
    average worker's weekly pay-packet hold*
    between 14 and 15. There is no national
    ft. CO.. LTD. at the COLONNAD'
    IMiulh Nob.
    OvaUine Harye tin*-!
    \ t-i;. SH.od with Mo <
    .use (lame tins)
    N.K.B. Beer (Diilchi
    41
    42
    industry
    But it is easy to see from the average figure
    that even unskilled men must get high
    _ appointed the municipal time to establish personal
    These councillors would hold of- magistratesthe Justices of the ties and to make himself the
    flee for on* year, and at the peace, as we should say. head of an independent faction.
    end of that year would elect Secondly, the .Viceroy nan nc
    m successors unless the I have gone into this question means of rewarding his foUow-
    .mervened. The council- of local government in some de- crs antj supporters, except out lorships were thus kept within a tail because the town councils his private income. He had no _,,,.
    .Hv narrow circle of re the only institution in the patronage worth mentioning since i m ine """>**
    Councillors colonial administration which att p|aCcs of profit were either, I have just had news of an ordinarv Brit
    In this manner were were open to Spaniards born in nned Dy appointment in Spain, iK a-, .!,, ^hn arriuavH in Rrtshane Austra-
    . ,r-.dorr* osslat.ere-an Uw Moat higher. offices or ,,<, by the Treasury officials lsn farmiv wfl amvea m '
    ; :llnrs "> the colonial bureaucracy were in America, the Viceroy merely
    reserved for royal offlcUUs sent confirming the sale The Viceroy.
    however, in the case from Spain, who returned to n.0rever had on
    nit towns, the Crown Spain on completing their turn poWer to spend Government
    M only in the town, ., .
    ' K n:iand and councils that the Creoles as i,on 'from Spain. The
    ChaiaM V H" i-bon Spaniards were did not have u separate budget.
    was a steady pressure to restrict calledcould get any practice or arid there wa* a large staff of
    an and privileges of training in politics or adminis- TrestSUT) officials who took care
    neces- tration. Naturally the political jo prevent any unauthorised
    .nee corporate training offered by the town expenditure Thirdlv
    rag of a very limited rov's miliUry authority. In theory
    Ml nalure.
    thtr. In the nf- These facts are of first import- r;\us ry. Apart from naval
    DCSJ In understanding I
    -' history ot lea, and its was until th,. eighteenth century
    "' nvtrgence from that of En^i.
    iu..eros. The re- America. In the North American colonies. The Viceroy had to
    ruthless y suppressed, colonies and in the West Indies ,,; upon a mll'tia
    ipal there were almost from the be- manned !
    ....
    "| aaaanliai power of voting direct ings or to deal with fn.:.
    ,11 unpofiai.t taxes. The necessary foundations u was
    rot responsible self-government enforcing '! against
    date, and ,ne wishes of the" colonists them-
    the eighteenth eantury wi'
    ipon the thirteen ooloolat ravolt* \\.
    which involved thay had mature instruments of i, omea to mind
    .>rnm,.nt all ready to take pu nfmt feature of
    his appointment; over. the viceregal autb
    i' an easy \n i^tin America none o' these lne Viceroy waj boun
    blasji bappenad. All unportant :i.i
    blddei deciaMnJ and many unimportant matters, not from a p
    ones were made in lladlid. TIm- council, as In the
    I 'SEMI. M. um SEHOLB
    HEQI IS1TES
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    BROOMS and BBl'SHK>
    KETTLES. SAICEPANS and FRVPANS
    WIRE DISH (OVERS
    BOWLS. BASINS. PA1I.S
    OLAMWABI ..lid I HINAHARF.
    NUBI ^nd (-I.EANSERS
    WOOD STOVES and OIL BHN I -
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    C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
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    CUSTARD POWDER fclb Un.....
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    NECTAR TEAVilb. pkg.
    \ PE GLUCOSElib. tin
    SCHWEPPSS TONIC WATERper bol.
    NUTR1CIA POWDERED
    MILK
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    Th.-
    the La- f ,,, 11 to prevent any
    g out a
    and the royal bureau- Vli. nt policv.
    ippe.tiTd. than , I'xtremelv
    eaUbUahad luUMrily in the In
    lies except a number of nan [O add that some
    ;irrv out
    eneiL. reforms,
    lat. end i 1 training but for this they needed the sup-
    was confined I of* of the audiencias
    parish pump order of importance.
    were to play a lead- The san i
    nig pan in the assertion of in- apply also to the i
    dependence, but they proved to rrnors and 1<> the small, r fry,
    r>e of vary little use in orgamvi M correiidares.
    Independenre on a national seal
    knee li BnotJ
    iina In this ted
    nd pro- that a rather sim lar curtailment
    vincial administration as it n OB In most Bril
    isted in the sixteenth ami hv- onaea today, what with th
    enteenth cntunes Because lv I : one hand ani
    administration was bureaucratic elected legislatures on the other,
    vt not ii- governors haw f |l
    ume that it was necessarily in- care, if they move at ]
    competent; it was not It was it whs. though for
    was reaaonably coinpet. ] haveaireaoy mentioned the
    otne respecu unusually human ireasury organisation.
    ,:htened by the notions !** "mprued a sep-i
    of the time lta s.-ivant, u.i- "< salaried ofnciala appointed
    for the most part astonishingly Jreen Spa uovernors,
    loyal Unlike th. nv.-.
    and municipal offlclals, the ofn- ='P> duties were collecting all
    nd h
    colonial s:
    the oflke
    Coundlloi light their
    e to-
    ! were local and partieular-
    agora upon pay-
    ii> which n
    I I

    In th Indie*
    I with i Inl hlm to a
    5TS."JBy
    bought before leavitu
    n the
    .
    vet *m
    .i coneUbta, an
    - inapecioi
    .sues, a standard bearer,
    ..,i.. puMK
    t
    to, tn,
    woik S/hlch the\ ,
    Bee was


    ** ranks
    FOR REAL COMFORT
    and STYLE
    IN
    ppoiBtad and paid by Un-
    due
    and arranging for
    tin
    ilup-
    ,n ll- UfM al i-,,, They did nul "i "' ourl*;k"K;
    A man paid omcel I I lax. usually a flat fifth of
    I,;. , bv .ii Ihi- Indus
    rat iuscapii.il "mi | ,i. colonial oOcUli wtn iht Tl-' ''' <"H"'' > '>
    I .i-iilh and '" '' WM *" elab"
    iwrlod "( yeoi , ce.niuries there were "rate system of weighing and
    As far as the i ... and stamping I shipment
    organisation p,^ , ,h<; ,.,,1,,,,...,
    Una n.iinuiual ..fflc-s was a, ,, parts , lm. r, (To be Continued)
    li.i. and12 of them working (four women)
    averaged 90 a week between them.
    Of course, Australia has just introduced
    a new basic minimum wage.
    It ranges from 6. 7s in Queensland to
    6. 15s. in New South Wales.
    LIVING COSTS
    These rates form the foundation of all
    wagesfor Australia has been fixing wages
    in the light of what industry can afford u
    pay If industry flourishes so u
    worker.
    And don't let them tell you
    lian prices soar above ours.
    Tin > don't many Britons who have/ lit STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. LID
    out since the end of the war have found that VrtV/,',y/#v//A,,v/,v//VA'AW,
    their essential living costs are actually 19
    or even 20 per cent, lower.
    The Australian pound is worth Ib's. of our
    moneybut in purchasing value internally
    it is not far short of parity, judging by im-
    migrants' experiences.
    "Down Under,'' the agricultural worker is
    not the Cinderella on the wages lists
    I have one of those lists in front oi t at,
    agricultural workers' wages conip.ir
    favourably with the tradesmen of the
    towns.
    Indeed, haystack builders and thatchers
    are second from the topled only by clue.
    pharmaceutical chemists.
    HIGHEST STANDARD
    In New Zealand, they have one of the high-
    est living standards in the world.
    The Arbitration Court there has laid down
    the following rates for men workers:
    Skilled men 3s. lid. an hour.
    m-skilled men 3s. 6d. to k> H',d. II
    hour.
    Unskilled men 3s. 5d. an hour.
    These are the rock-bottom bases on which
    awards are made. And it should be pointed;
    out that, in practice, wages paid are markedly
    higher.
    For purposes of comparison, you CO
    It that food prices in New Zealand IK
    erally lower than here, while prices of clothes
    are generally higher.
    80 A MONTH
    How do European workers fare out in!
    Africa?
    Well, as an example, European miners in]
    Northern Rhodesia have been earning an;
    average of 80 a monthplus bonus.
    True, with those earnings go high expenses;
    but with the expenses |0 IWlog standards not
    even dreamt of by the miners back fa
    Then again, in Uganda, Indian can,.
    and masons are makiiir; 40 month mJ,
    more.L.K.S.
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    BSSDAS APHII 20. 1950
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    Baby Partis
    found Dead
    On Floor
    |1 r>7":, Co. St. Thomas.
    r*^di3onUienoorather
    32? hw. y hjj mother at
    "*T, 31, in on Monday.
    "V DO>t"l that her mother
    JiTtl- bci and wornlout
    "**^.iH returned she found
    JP ,v.n the bod and the
    ["IS rttm examination was
    ilSd* c C C'arko
    y^SlUBt WHS bW
    jJJrSSrm D- and adjourncu
    ASsooo""1" Hoyte. of Bush
    iJ^sTMichaol. died Dt
    * Waiting Boom at about
    iuwperformed at the Public
    g bv Dr Cummins and
    JSTwU attributed to natural
    ""..nOM OF PEOPLE told
    A h, -Advocate" yesterday thai
    tl stranle objects in the
    JTrticn th lhou*ht worc F1>'~
    sSuceo. while they were
    ** _. rolleton vard yesterday
    2g,C.St 3.50 oVN>ck.
    ETiid thai it was the first
    J5n "t*"1 tncy had se*n flyinR
    j^in the *k>
    ^HTEEN-VEAa-OLD Ken-
    I ncth Thompson left home
    .. GaU Hill. Christ Church, on
    "L^v- morning at 9 o'clock, and
    ? 45 P.m- he did not return
    fin*' started but it did
    i prove fruitful.
    TT before 9.00 o'clock the
    ^entered "is hom* and said n<1
    Srttendeti the Spartan-Empiro
    5Jft.il match at Kensington. He
    Uftia. walked back from
    Btjetown to Ga'l Hill.
    noTATOES and yams were not
    x plentiful during the
    two weeks and housewives
    ITibe country districts had to
    i* u -ant sbops ln lhcsc ^struts
    5ed signs reading "Riot is
    Hany people who had banana
    m cooked green bananas whil
    Am from St. Joseph couM be
    m going through St. Philip
    rch f guinea corn, cassava
    -rf Indian com.
    gany residents of St. Philip are,
    loping to plant nuts in June
    I lUMOt'R that there was a
    ..scarcity of Kerosene Oil
    ptpt st John on Tuesday. To
    I great surprise uf many shop-
    epers. then shops were invaded
    t they only told housewives
    It there was no scarcity.
    pUJTON HALL ROAD. St.
    John, was the scene of an
    Btodent at about 830 p.m. on
    today between two bicycles.
    bt was ridden by Vincey Small
    Kendal Hall and the other by
    ^_pr Recce of Bridges Hill. St.
    fcor-f The head lamp of Recce's
    it was damaged.
    Salvaging
    Sunken Yawl
    Has Started
    Salvaging of the French Yawl
    lour months submerged u
    inner basin of the Car-
    was started yeelenlaj
    Schooners Man
    and CJi.W. 'Ipana" wit] do the Job
    while captains Salby and Comp-
    ton will supervise.
    Parts of the schooner, tut
    the booms and gal:
    easy to be removed, were taken
    elf yesterday by the "Marca Hen-
    rietta" so as to lighten the vessel
    for refloating.
    Two divers were hired to dn-
    coruw'jt these part*; jrom the
    ressel before being removed bv
    the ''Henrietta's" cranee. one of
    4hem when asked of the condition
    of the hull, said that it era
    tirely covered with black
    and he could not determ::
    condition.
    To-day the workmen expect to
    start on the refloating. They have
    planned to raise the "Potick" from
    the stern by rope and blocks at-
    tached to the two schooners
    When the vessel is sufficiently
    above the water, a steel pump
    will be brought into use to five
    it of the water.
    It is believed that the "Potick'
    will have to be taken on dock
    almost immediately after it has
    been removed.
    Now owner is Mr. James Mur-
    ray whose bid of $550 ..
    auction sale last week carried U
    off.
    PAGE FIVE
    Commonwealth XI
    Will Tour India
    3 West Indians To Go
    LONDON. April '.9.
    The recent tour of a Common-
    wealth Cricket Team to India.
    Pakistan and Ceylon, proved such
    a success that a second one has
    nged for next winter.
    Confirming this to-day. Mr.
    George Duckworth, the former
    Lancashire and England player,
    who will again manage the team.
    said that detailed arrangements
    would be discussed with Mi A s
    De Me)to. President of the Indian
    Board of Control, when he comes
    over in May to attend the Imperial
    Cricket Conference at Lords.
    The last side included nine Aus-
    tralian, five Englishmen, and two
    from the West Indies, but the next
    team is likely to contain eleven
    English players, mainly from
    county sides, two Austi....
    three West Indies. The team will
    not be chosen until afte. thi
    M.C.C. have announced the party
    to tour Australia and New Zea-
    land Renter.
    THE NEW SIGMUND PUMPThe
    from a well, pond or Ilk
    Fire Brigade Station
    Is Always Alert
    A FIREMAN oavcf enjoys, a eumfortable rest unless
    he is off duty. He is alwaj iWl and the slight**!
    sound can disturb his slumber. Apart Hum tires. thaw men
    have daily assignments. They Keep their equipment in
    good condition; attend lecturei pertaining to lire routine and
    exercise at Keep Fit Classes in the m >i
    Brigade Station at

    During this period the
    videned and the garage
    I
    Fire fttglnea. Tin

    including the Foreman, three
    and four COT]
    is equipped with three Sigmund
    IfOnJ and !C.50'i
    TAKES OFF IN
    20 SECONDS
    dAN. DIBOO Cal
    rtl 19.
    A fiO ton dying lioat for the
    United States Navysaid to oe
    the fastest ever builthas made
    Powered
    by lour turbnu-
    plane took off
    San Diego Bay for 30 minutes.
    It required otUj ffl
    take off. _Rriiler
    Civil Service
    Conference
    Continues
    WHisN the Conference of tag
    -
    . ubbcan re- ft
    Harrison College |f
    lay morning, the Minute*
    l the Third I - ui m j
    .I la-il were
    I ommittuv
    "pointed to go into the Holmes
    was presented and
    -ioptcd.
    The Conference decided to rc-
    I Secretary of State to
    Mcaaeery steps to im-
    '
    gfankal Coinmtealon, and
    h t'omnussion is ms'i-
    DM inclusion oi
    n omitted from the
    ifeport.
    inference also directed
    > legram be sent to tnc
    Sei tvtai v ,t State thanking him
    which had been
    (0 them by the Oov-
    nd expressing disappoint-
    nent at the (allure of the Secre-
    --ate to reply to the reau-
    hitione passed at the last Con-
    ferenea.
    nference also moved a
    congratulating Sir
    Hubert Ranee on his appointment
    I nor of Trinidad and
    directed that this resolution
    cabled to him.
    Y ounge'st
    Skipper-But
    20 Yrs At Sea
    LOSS of a Miller genera-
    tor valued $2 50 was reported
    Douglas Parson of James
    He stated that the genera-
    ii5 removed from his bicycle
    It was parked outside the
    itados Cotton Club on Sun-

    '. C- HILL '! Fontabellc i*-
    I rted the loss ol
    ock valued 513 from his yard
    Biwn Monday and Tuesday.
    r*E LOSS f '.hree fowls val-
    I lied 15.04 was reported by
    atr*a Howard of Pay Street.
    Hed that the fo\-1
    aaovftt from her residence on
    day
    AHRKNCI MRSK of Paynes
    ' Bay was found guilty of
    firing the motor car M-199B on
    (n'i Street without being the
    tor of an appropriate driving
    yesterday.
    sir. A J H Hanschell lcfore
    the case was tried ordered
    B to pay 3 or in default under-
    two months' imprisonment.
    MOLASSES CARGO
    LEAVES TODAY
    Aihipment of molasses will w
    wing tor Tr,i Itivers. Quebce
    d Montreal by the S.S. "Alcoa
    araint" to-day.
    '' ri i nved yesterday
    ainc with onK two motor
    >cb for Barbados.
    neat passengers have booked
    ul for Canada with this vessel.
    wi Da Costa ft Co.. Ltd., are
    ask
    Communists Claim
    New Gains
    HONG KONG. April 19.
    Communist sources to day
    claimed new tains on Hainan
    island, contradicting Nationalist
    reports that 5,000 out of 6,000
    Communist Invaders wen- out of
    action rind the remnant force
    holding out in the bill*,
    The Pro-Commualtt Hong
    Rung newspaper T.i King-Pip,'
    quoting sources in Canton, said the
    Communist landing on Hainan 0
    Monday was the llfth and largest
    since early in March and that tin-
    force, despiN
    Nationalist artillery and mr
    attacks, was beating Inland to
    loin earlier Invaden who have
    linked up with guerillas in the
    hills.
    The Newspaper put out
    special edition acclaiming
    "Another Communist Success.'
    Independent Chinese reports hcie
    Said that 1,000 survivors of the
    Monday landing had P
    ultimatum to surrender, and that
    Nationalist naval cruft and
    lx>mhers were keeping close watch
    on Hainan tsopea tc prevent the
    'anding of Communist reinforce-
    ments.
    Nationalist forces claimed to
    have sunk 20 out of 100 river
    craft, concentrated on Luichow
    Peninsula, opposite Hainan, last
    night.
    Reuter.
    Rebels Surrender
    W INDONESIA
    DJAKARTA, April 19.
    _ Indonesian rebel forces in
    *"r capital of East Indo-
    jo-day surrendered uncon-
    Uly and gave up their aims.
    s announced olUciallv here
    eupit
    J> surrendered to the jning
    Fder of the Nationalist
    jj* in Hacasaar, Mi cm Pi* u i .
    "communique added that a
    nil unit, Whkh had landed
    l*J *wth Celebes earlier in
    iy was marching on Macas-
    * rebeli were being trcate-i
    "p'ives, the communique said,
    hlf m*ln ,orco of Nalional-
    tJ*,P was due to land soon.
    Indonesian troops led by
    QWn Andi Abdul A7is rcvoltcl
    P?eT,lr on AWtl1 5 to prevent
    (landm, of federal troops.
    * April M A7is flew to
    w"a. the ederal cipital, to
    c He awaiting courtmar-
    ^Tiat's On Today
    at u? Tenni competition
    ~m * >*Mts -*
    Communists
    Accused Of
    Demonstrations
    HAMBURG. Apnl 19.
    Max Bruer, Soc.al Democratic
    Burgomaster of Hamburg, today
    accused an illegal Communis-
    group of instigating last Friday's
    antirJewish demonstrations jii
    Hamburg. Bruer said the demon-
    strations were staged to discredit
    West Germany abroad"the most
    successful trick the Communists
    cculd perform to the detriment
    of i*ui esteem."
    Reuter.
    .New Belgiun Cabinet
    Possible Today
    BRUSSELS. April 19.
    The Belgian Premier Designate.
    Paul Van Zeeland. returning to his
    office from an intervu
    aariaa, the > li
    gent, told reporters tonight,
    "Things are progressing and it l
    not impossible that I WUJ
    n.y Cabinet forming mission to-
    morrow."
    Van Zeeland added that he will
    us negotiations tomor-
    row and will see the Regent on
    Pi Keuter
    CAPTAIN Alfred Compton, B
    . Who has
    been skippering the 49-ton schoon-
    er C, m W Ipana for the past
    two rnoaths, is perhaps the young-
    eat captain of intereokmial Craft
    which call
    Yet Alfred bat
    for 20 years He i- 00
    ve uf whom n*(k to Um
    sea. On leaving i
    ed to be a cabin
    who was skipper of ltOO|
    aries".
    K\ir\ shilling I hav
    for, I have maoV
    told the nd I will
    never leave the Mt Ha hag
    mate "Adalina". "Laudalpl
    "Novelist"; boi '
    American Transpoi ;
    QM114"
    Captain I
    exciting sea Ore H
    drifts and varioui aeddt I
    man) of which he eouid
    not recollect at i
    On some trips the sails, spars,
    buuins and ruildeis were put out
    of commission, but he was always
    lucky to reach the nearest ixir:
    without ever being hurt.
    "Lost"
    1017, the "Can-
    - then a
    ailor, was ran I for three
    .
    : V.iie/uela.
    Trinidad bound for St. L -
    c raw nevei
    tain Compton
    thco caught freah Aah in
    tlafj than until
    .'IH'I.,
    ppad ;n and
    Comptoi
    aries", gave up Ins ship to become
    boatswain of the American Trans-
    port "QMII4" He remained on
    are.
    He hud a narrow ea> B]

    ship had put into British Qulena
    for just tw<> horns, he heard the
    port tl
    in the vklnitj


    swain of the "Albertha Compton"
    which has sometime
    burnt up while lying .:>
    nonthj tie
    spent on that veaai
    over to be mate of the
    Six month
    tair.'j ex.u I passed. In
    April. 1949, he became master of
    the "Ipana"
    3 Experience-.
    i which ha '
    would never forggf
    Once, this time as mat
    "Canaries", he and the en
    out to sea for three da.
    water They were about 20 miles
    thev dis-
    covered thai ii lot
    When they
    reached Si 81 of them
    could dnrt'
    Some ym
    Compton i
    tag mile with 113
    : .ucia on
    board Luckily a ship came to
    their assistance mid gave them
    water and food.
    his ship
    was caught in a storm
    ing sailed for a day on a voyage
    from Tlinldad to Guadeloupe.

    were destroyed leaving them at

    The ship, the name of which he
    , .it the time. *as
    i two days before they
    could get assistance. Another
    schooner <
    and towed it
    back to Trinidad.
    Roll Call
    At 5.6S i :n the Ftren
    ror Roll Call and Um
    . ..!< nnounced
    by the Foreman ! Senior Ser-
    geant in charge On Mi
    i. on the Parade
    squaii- at ral Stati.M
    .;. a.m. to I
    nd lectures on
    Ire Drill while on
    i f drill along
    with the Police. Friday morning
    Physical Training 01
    Drill but in the evening thev
    begin cseanlng aome <>f their
    Saturoaj
    the) do
    fm the Inspection wl
    10 "" a.m
    SPAIN NOT CONNECTED
    .. 19

    Of Spanish
    ktlanl
    !'
    Togores
    Keuter
    -'5 Years Ac* Advocate. April *.
    1923
    aakl to wave in whisper
    far. oh! far,
    In Hutu's own melody sings to
    star;
    >ly known, the ecret
    voice of trees
    Hints in the dark at m\:
    tenes
    Now is the moment when we feel
    our p|
    Swing in the emptmesv of mighty
    space:
    The unlit orb
    luslrel.
    he vast black
    lonhness. yrj
    Apart from
    the Fireman
    duties of Ul
    the Btallaai
    these iUnmfiil<
    an aaaag other
    in. He lite to keef
    lei. n and shines
    CONFEDERATION LIFE
    CONVENTION
    HEPPARD. local rapraawntailv. 4
    ,e c" iving for
    Ap,,i to attend Um comptny'i
    lion ol Repreaentatlva in trie Caribbean Area
    and Central America.
    will be the famous Shaw Park
    h is situated
    itely 10 mill

    nong those who
    . ceaaful life under-
    writing, to be present at the COD-
    where tout matters
    l i With other
    officials from the Head Office
    braa* on the sigmund Pump, llr
    I -.xlniKur-lii -j-. :md other equip-
    ment. After 4.U0 p.m.. they relax.
    bag aeea vfter this lime Ihe panne
    may rlni and lhe have to nisi-
    iff a fire.
    .

    i
    -which is equipix-d Witl
    nd tables.
    The Sentry
    i
    Ity at th.
    I
    :
    Eacli ni.ii i two>hour

    other hand threi* men
    are appointed daily for cleaning
    duty Is done
    tl
    d Fridav
    and on Sundays. Th'
    n and the
    nto distant
    ii. rloth-
    ersal Turning, I

    1
    in Ins job and
    then
    n not least is the hat-
    > of putting
    ting it under control
    When the wagon k
    ' the -cone of a
    I ul of the
    inpanies It On

    a large fli two PoUce
    led with Con-'.
    Ilandsnun. follow ttie wagon

    - tangulahen
    or two ar plai
    nit luckily then

    He will (oil
    Association at
    Seaweli Airport. Indue
    Wlllard or || j
    '
    i
    y ntneiau from the Head Office
    wL'J"c "" "" 1h<- ,,catl 0*e
    oads t:eriain representatives
    aan invited to
    irning and Mr Sheppard's talk wUl be
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    GRENADA. April 18
    Grenada legislature to-day de-
    feated by six votes to two a mo-
    tion by Hon. R. C. P. Moore seek-
    ing to double remuneration of
    Councillor

    duced th. m of $120
    to $80. Present salary is $60 plus
    subsistence. Hon Marry show was
    absent from the meeting.
    Leapt From
    Eifvl Tower
    1'AltlS. April IS.
    an hour to-
    y .Id Louis
    rOBO the girders of the
    he had leapt from
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    Parisians anxious-
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    from May Uh .tillable for
    1 4 So'"
    ' couple |i,. j
    ...
    "Moved and mu>l t* .old.
    >"ah.
    D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
    1S.4.10ta,
    IlV INBimiAURJM HwreM from
    n^ Undrwb# remM p3
    KEN-RICK N AIJ*OPP.
    l's Hotel Ltd
    HOOT TO L-ff-Trom isth Hay lo
    ST*. "*"- * ,Ully Wnlahed Mun
    iLJ.Z^'J?*- ^ vemum. breiien*
    baihln. H9 monthly. Rinj Dona 3N9
    ____________ 13 4 50-71.
    M.l-.ACOIIBI- on-Se. MnwoUl
    Coat. EKcolleait *e> bathlr* Fully fjt-
    njfcjd; four bedrooma, ReAllWratot.
    lelepnorie^ radio. Apply oppoaiie
    phone ttJrM.
    .._.___,________ e^5B -Ua,
    Fledrooma rwnUM I
    IS 4
    n ..i :
    CAM-One ChryMer Mrdan Car. (1
    rvdfi Sedan Oar.
  • Car td 'M FDrd Hedoi. Car Appl^
    C in Hill, c o Cosmopolitan Oarax*
    UaatUnr Iiie IV.4 50 lr>
    CAR-Suaidard a HI' X-tti. with
    or ahout Radio. Apply: Millet Room
    at plantation" BuildlnH. Telephone
    41H. IS 4 50- Mi
    CAB-One Auntln 10 H.I'. Saloon IMU
    VotM in really rood order. Cole ft Co
    Lid. IS.4.504n
    CABr-M.O. Sparta Model. In Rood
    ruDtUU order, new tyre* and .top N<>
    leaenable offar reruaad. Apply JW-
    jrei Kirton. Phone >43S.
    16.4 SOBn
    VAW-Ntw Morru 10-owt. Van Juat
    inrmM Immediate dallvary FOHT
    ROYAL OARAGE LTD. Trlephnix
    oW. IS 4.504n
    YAH- IS4S iJunei Fordaon .0 cwt
    Ltaht Van mileage imdn ,000. ..,.,
    dnvai In food condition, for viewtnd
    Ttke SHD 00 or neareat oflar Apply
    Ralpli A Beard'i Auction room. Hatd-
    aood Alloy, lam. U U noon daily
    le.4.50Jn
    ELECTRICAL
    COOLERATOR 7 C F. Good eondi-
    tfciv Rartedoa lee Co., Bay Street
    M.4.M U'.
    N'ORDGE FRIlHjr^S Cubic Feet in
    rawiMit rondiiior. at Ralph A. Heard'*
    AUftiorn Roonu. ltirdxiod Allay Phom-
    4fB. IP.4.H
    r ."***"'"", 'mpoatna huildlnic -m-i-
    oohtn* RockU,, Hay neat u, ",ne ta.
    :-nd .Ite of Blue Water. Hotel N*w|y
    onatructed Fully fumiahad oomplete
    yiih itnen and cutlery, fttudebaker
    .ir f requirttt. From May lit for low
    0 >u moniha For further
    PPLv to owner, phone 2717 of tX3 ,.fier
    1 * M4.34V-1 On
    REAL ESTATE
    FJjh.l ot%* ' ,h# ""o^rMfr*d on
    Friday the Hat .nrt.nl at I p.ni |l
    cuoiie ramnetition:--
    6lC^^^,T^,WttTWDIA -lT
    "rSJT^y'l^,7""10" r
    "prS?^ ii.lt.,LSARBADOB POP-
    PING A TRADING CO. I.TIt
    m "hare, m (he I
    CARJtJHOI
    ____________________ 14450-*O
    m-NGAi.m j, & ,;.,,_ ;
    Hedroomi
    runrunf water. All modern i iiUWIaMiii
    G:"2f. iruit tree*. Uv
    < BVt l-hone 4530. I to 4 j
    __________ II 4 80-n
    "WIN1UW. Bathaheba. for th.
    montha of May. June itmi
    Apply: Mrj. W. T. Goo.,. .
    hope. St. Thornaa. :i' 4 k>
    e> AVIHI
    ...:^L.,.Ul?U""""> "~">l """
    "" '" ........1 KN*SM . I ,,.
    . Iwdroom..
    i"ii h-iont \.ttid.h
    .ippnlrilmrnr. l-,,.m,. jj,
    " will be *H iid t ima on f>kto t .
    IN CARLISLE BAY
    m

    eh AU-andriTta. Seh
    :
    Ipana. Seh Zlta 1>
    rata D. 3rh
    s.-n ii.it! -
    1-ineea* Uoui-.. Vh PMIlp H PI'
    l-amime. Sch Marion rtelle Wolfe. 5rh
    laudalpha. Vaebl Bet 1

    11 enm S Seh Lady I
    CJorta Hri
    ARRIVALS
    M tunmont. 4.304 ion< MS, Ctp'
    -

    schooner C.eral-lioe II IT

    I VlI .!. > \
    Fee SL 1 :,.
    hSMD^c
    Mr and M .
    I
    l-r Aatif-a
    Mr F O A
    I ar St.
    Mr C Seale
    I .< Rerntada

    Hat
    Sch.-
    ladv


    ubee. loo ion-
    (S'linba. from Dominica. AaenU- Schooner
    Owner.' A-
    rd. 1.100 ton. net. Capt
    '"m Guadeloupe: Atenu:
    HulH'tt Tt
    DWAatTOMI
    s a r-vdore. 4.177 tone net. Capt Ram-
    -i>. for Anlulua: Aaent. tla *"<>-la
    t> Ltd.
    m Pointer. 3.UI tuna net. Capt
    i\ rOUCB WITH BABBADOS COAST station
    -.ft C II G r,->
    1 lender v

    1 -r Ba.lea
    . 1 .

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    Mr)


    ;
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    Mb k
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    Ml
    P Ad-m.,
    H

    \Kil\ At- lit B.W.1 I I
    Hold .-.
    Aoodtey An-
    '*ver-Scott. Cell Rutti<
    > em-Murray. Alan Ruthvem-Murray
    llan^ Kucter. Snnla Oe*t, OmiI fuike.
    I at all Raunw Heather Roach John
    *uddnc. Marnret Ruddock. CMorf*
    lowaHh. Gerald Bourne.
    1 it itouirp. Geone
    \lalin. Arthui.
    Ilemwtt. Pau
    William Hradbuiy. Thrlma llrad
    FRARA
    .1.1 !. Mr- C Humphrey.
    Mi loan Humphrey. Mi R Kewaam.
    Mm. B. Oreate*. Mia. N Greavea. Ma . tieorae Wald. Mr
    Mr Reuben Oaaorne. Mr.
    M Oaborne. Mr. t Pierre. Mr Kan
    in r*htt r by b.w.i a 1
    TOR LA C.l'AIRA
    . I......r
    T.^nr Mr Mutnel Hetretj
    aWlBu, Mr- Rer.ha
    i-tci Antonio Ba 1
    MtM (MB DeiT.are-.
    Father Tavei ,.ime Hobeit
    Vi. I'mnana Faiara. Re Duncan Moon
    Irtdlrr
    CAIUJ: nd Wlrele-
    id .id>iar thai they _
    imitate with trie following ht-
    ihrouah Their Barbadoa Coaal
    I Lady Nelaon. & S
    hU'U Lkea. S S Alcoa Clipper. S S
    r. >..,
    < s s bbh Jaaanai | -
    .v lief
    - I Murtnac Oulf. S ^
    .n*itmo. S S. Wuicheatei
    triiherrt. S S Sun 1
    .



    BUtWM.U. Hi
    SS Troar.
    Yantniol. < s %,.,!,.
    MAIL NOTICES
    M Vincent, TiliUda-! O* the
    1 k rJeaad a- 111
    General Poat tmVe aa under
    Hncoet Maul at 10 JO a m Hal-ter-
    10 lHMmai-% M.i, ..)
    :\*l.. m on the ?0th April BM
    igjue Guadalogpe
    l'luted Kim
    *rie s- ! be .loard .A the General

    I41I
    I
    U
    Bat
    latere.1
    ..t IN
    DndMJ

    pp
    .
    HELP
    An AaaiaUnt Maater for the Chrirt
    Church Boy." Fonndntiin School, from
    the IM May 1S0B, to teach B)
    l.eneral Form Subject..
    .^.-ordina b)
    quail Heat ion and operien.-,.
    Appllcationa <-hould l>e -ent with full
    detail, oi qualification and .-upeience.
    (., the lleadmaktei not laler than Bnd
    April.
    W H AhTTeftUS,
    Sec. -o Oov. Body.
    Ch. Ch. Boys' Foundation Scho.
    I H 1
    .' I niON For Old laid
    *tuai ba a rood hou-rkeei*
    M"ne knowledie of numinn Appi
    ''f'h laccanmarautloru to Box 720 C 0
    AaVocaleJ. 20.4.30 2n
    F^XI'ERHSKCDD N CRSF Apply Mr.
    Newman Paange Itouae. Paaaage Rd
    B.4-A
    MISCELUNEOUS
    RXFRKJERATOK .New IV4W Oenei..
    nortnc I Cutne leet with suaaanttc
    Dial lint 1.4 50 3i,
    SaVDiAi. i)fj:i' FieER-rats
    UVESTOCK
    Mam- Hi Thorou^hbretl. Filly by
    Bn*ori. (1JUld ra. In AitfUat. HOT Dam
    J b| better laqun ,. Apply O. L
    BarKrcl Norwood St Jamen
    li.4.SO-3n
    MISCELLANEOUS
    WnUEB al evary deaerlptlon
    Uav China, old Jewela, fine Slfcet.
    BaaaraWoMra Early hooka, Mapa, Auto- -
    tjjoai. etc.. at Uonlrujea Antique Sop. **>r*. Preaton. Enaia
    *Haaaf Royal Yacht Club----------------------------------------
    1 .#..LI.
    OLD GOLD AND Sll.VER- lliahiv
    price, paid for old fold and
    lery and aerapa. Y. De Lima A Co., Ltd.
    20 Broad Street. 15 4 Mlfln
    I -til POSTAt.l -1AMI- "AMIli
    TTompt raah paid for natd .dunp.
    II you wiUi, inett utdi
    camaraB, clothimr, pena. ti
    atnt in pKranae Send 300 or mmr

    CHX34DON, MASS USA
    30 4 -Aii,
    I'l III H Mil II IS
    "25 *"* earned by obtaining order.
    for private Chrlilmaa Card* fron.
    rour frlenda. No prevloui experlenc*
    nerewary. Write today for beautiful free
    Sample Book to Britain large*! ano
    f-iieinoei Puhilahara. hlgheat romnUMon
    marvalloua money nuking opportunlly
    1. WUIIama A Co ij,ot. 10 Victoria
    AMTBnuPTR: DUSTING POWDERA
    *rl|t><* *i-i harmV jrwr. . W*d for the relief of ai]
    ai Imutloi,. .,jj| (ct
    f2***toi>. C F. Harrtaon A Co
    IB 4 30-'.n
    Ltd.
    BrxrTS WORM SYRUP-A pleaaaat
    a nbabie preparation for freelnn
    ** from ,. C r Harrtaon
    *j Ltd i m .
    _f*"5<' Aaaoned Colour, aruj
    >>mM aome (or thp kiddie*Kni-t.i,
    y***__________________10.4 S0--2n
    "S^aiia ""
    S.^ -.....-
    and
    |ut received
    Umm 33 x ft u
    2& ^aweap conralnlng l1
    Intad A' In denariU.,1
    Heard' Airlinn
    ey. Phone 46*.l
    BM r-> J.

    iSS.1* -
    CLUB SKCRKTAHVSH1I'
    VACANT:
    APPLICATIONS are Invil-d for the
    Secretaryship of the St ciatr Club.
    Port-of-Spain. Trinidad, which become.
    vacant on the 31.1 Jul>. lB3o Free
    quarter, auiteole for retired
    couple together with light and telephone
    Written applicaUona ahould be ad
    dreaeed to
    VICE PRJaUDBMT. St. Cl.ur Club.
    11 Maravai R-a..
    13.4.50-n
    NOTICE
    tin. M7.
    48-li
    S*W*- All v.u nauJ
    B% ;,-":-
    NXU .
    .lus. luil Km

    rJKVK""^ ^
    hlnda Nylon A

    IS 4 50- n
    ffiB^S"
    I HEREBY NOTIFY IhM
    llakurda* ChattUuu hg* i<-
    b> the Very Rev Dean
    ;>ih April IBM at St Michael Cathedral
    nt which time Joaepli Nathurnal
    Thakurdaa Chatlaru Hindu Indian
    C rtrietlan
    Thi. IBUi dar> t November 1B4B. I
    -igne.1 my will 'h^: the Ver> 11*. Daan
    hutchininn hould be executor for iny
    ettatt
    I hereby aUthoriae Hahr-n Caatun. to
    Ma duo and v.
    Signed J N THAKCROAS CHATI.ANI
    30 4 SO 2n.
    NOTICE
    ' Owing; to the difficulty of lender mi:
    01 the raplacemant of the Ceiling al
    he Panah Church without Arat rernov-
    ] for tender*
    for the removal 0* the main celling of
    H-- Pariah Church.
    Tender* will he received by me up to
    May 4th ISM"
    W. U OOODOfG,
    Parochial Trraaiarer.
    St. Philip
    10 4 S0-4n
    *. SMB. Auto .
    47 h >
    Auto Tyre C*.
    ------------------------------------------30.4 SO- f n
    ** Wir fckatain^ rfrothat.
    n*n
    i SO Jn
    _-2f "os-Fo,
    ** and^. "ordare.
    kJ^jj^J^grintrig tn action,
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    'I bj .|>pi,. .iIi.-hi pi Bjaafg | Baa RB
    Co per A A Gulller of St Mlchae
    Hn- Catg for pemtlation H
    Mall liquor*. Ac at a two
    Uullding .M comer of Hardwood Aile
    nnd St Michaa-r* hv
    Dated tlua Itth day of April 1B30
    To.-D I MOKBIS Eeu
    PaUce Mafflatrete. Dlat A'
    Signed K SANDiKtrttD
    N.B. Thi* applicaaoin *ii M oan-
    .loared at a lacenaUig Court to be hH
    t PaUce Court. DUUIrt a '"
    day tha let day of Mg IBM at II o'ctork
    ^rasTHAm-
    **n-iall Ifoua*. all -onvenlenco*. neat
    tieuch mid bui. Low I..-.,
    .pection on pre)
    I hone Own
    nt 3188

    of the road farlop
    nqunre feet of land Includimr the bw
    <-roa* the road runnl..- pi II
    -dire The hotiae contain* verandah.
    dnwlnfJ and dining room*, three bed-
    ronrna with mnnlnf water and all othf-
    oflU-e* Including kitchen with cupl-..-,,".
    7?*?; rtrftHty. G, nnd R.^,,,
    naulltd. Garage and Servant* room*

    Inspection any day-Phone USS
    Hellamy.
    The above will be .et up to publit
    competition at the office of the under
    igned on Friday, the 3l*t of April, X9K.
    al 2 p.m.
    CABJtTNGTON fc fg*A| v.
    II 3 50-1*. tUC" S,r-
    Mr
    DaVaafBB*] Will orrei am ;,.,.
    t their Office.. No' IT

    April 18SA *
    A fully paid lib
    I Ufe A*>
    the life of A
    Preaenl Surrender VaJu>
    i.tivr:n\>ii;\r mmhi
    HOUSING BOARD
    Vacancy for female Clerical Assistant
    Applications arc Invited lor The pa
    Hoarri.
    1 "v "' * ""s'- "Wet Be
    oath', none* on elttMr side, wl '>.>( $480 \ 48
    $1,200.
    Applicant., should have knowlcd.|
    AppUcal rlucation.nl qu
    enco. together with copin at Weumoal,
    Secretary. IIousinB Board, the Garrison and
    . -6th April. 1950

    OFFICIAL NOTICE
    i in
    l-l M
    roi ut oi
    Mil M
    ifQBiUbli- liirt.4irli.nl
    DOROTHY CLOTH.I>.\
    MORH1M. >\
    ''.....mt
    us*: wiisSuN
    iM-..aani:
    rigi t

    Datiuon .it our Offce No: 17. High St
    '
    Apr.l IH50 maw
    All thai
    dwelling hOH I

    dmu un i
    Hjiutrvi feet or thereab-m .
    '-Pn H Bridgcuiwn.

    For furtra
    'icliu-fngned-
    ' COTTIaE, CATFORi >
    WE will act vp :

    . i iv iiuj rani.
    dov of Ai.nl 1050 it
    A Dwelling hni, .
    Houae of
    tloni In the Pariah
    with the bind on Whlcti it *tnd* con.
    '
    Parchi
    >nd Condi'
    i apply to the ui
    rOTTIX, CAT)
    IN |Mir*u*g>c*i of an Order m
    ""'I m (lie .ibnvr ..
    "Hi dnft- of April IBM, I give
    o all i*ronB,iuvi!-t
    i intereet In or .my hen or I
    Uaf All thai em
    i pan of i
    "f land containing by jd-
    !icai.n-ment One acre, two rood*.
    pan he* or thereabou;.
    harh rwmed part of the lands. ( Momf
    t. '-iplatni PI i u,-
    Pitiiati of Christ Church and lalano
    .itoreaaM containing by noli iwur erne f
    n .,nd t>o arventh |-ervhe. ..
    ibouta lUuttinc and bounding o<>
    '- ' 1. J Roberta on land, o
    a nun an "'* E,"*i*' "' Soliannn Beat deter upd. (
    CRM m 'nd' * Swn""l Milbert M.
    1IM4B ST" "", '*"'''" Mo**1 k"-**
    i it7 on Rohi| iir |1(1rvPT ,.|bc 1Im, min9 ob(((
    .>nd i -1
    s .rn got
    MMd claim, wiui


    I 12 iiHjom tu,d

    Clerk of the Ainalant Court of Apur-.i
    t the Ok.. I ,

    t'i ih*. naliOre and pnorilv
    i.iion* w::l
    , fini the benefl
    ml Dnrre. .
    . 1 urooertv



    '

    1
    do...
    il l>-
    OFFICIAL NOTICE
    rot Rl HI
    tea
    i
    -lam pie.

    TV SETS KOBLEM
    WASHINOTOM Parents arr
    t-ymplninmji ihal TV i^ turniin;
    Emtai Into problem
    I Wtul IMS) had
    .-.wi t.i u .iiiesnonnmui
    Children
    '
    I I BJ BtaUl "IT

    had less inlemt in pi,..
    cithi-:
    OUgh Uinr
    t'li Mting in '
    '
    - i'ed early

    li nightmares; in
    i rv doun

    i taming

    on land' o4 B
    Fnrd..
    I'lnit and l


    the Aauitiett Court of \
    . | ,
    1
    .
    -
    I
    1

    . li I
    Jut ad
    i:\Ti:KrKi^i\(.
    i
    time for ihr sptiiiK nub, .1 rnohN
    I Ustd in ail the New
    !,c nhMllfJ BCCBpl

    he said,

    Tin mXTUsUE AS BtfOUl
    on. ,.1 Uh

    1
    6i)i lor hri BtCCNBd D4
    torn oi ih-

    itmni
    Gone With The WindVlmo-t
    . Bed 52, wa counti-ig banknote* cut at the nexi
    n 1 train approaching Capetown bacK olona the
    Idffgtl* the train entercxl ih.-
    it 'unnel. ind 10 notes tore up 30 )0
    inJtchfrd by tlte wind and --catier- read .
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    The M V. "CaJtBaHa" will ac-
    rtpi Cargo and Paanger* loi
    -Ti"i<-a. Antigua. Monnarr.il.
    St. Kjlta-Nevia aalUag 3l*t April
    The M.V. Daerwood' will ra>
    '*M Cargo wd Pw-nirrri '"
    Si Lucaa, St. Vincent, Granada.
    Aruba, date of 'MUng will be
    Biven
    RW.I 4CI'vX)NSR OWNXRS'
    ASSOCIATION tINC.)
    Conaigneaa.
    MONTBBAL AtaTBAIJA NFW
    ZBALAMB l.nt I IMITEIl
    'at.A N.Z. IXNF.i
    raflWOef- I* eapected It.
    rive at Trtnldad from Auau-jlian p
    i.Oout .1"h Ma,
    TTY OF DtTPPT." alia I
    PB-ie Apnl 2Bth. Adetaule
    bome. May IBth. Sydney. May Tflth. F
    bane. June 7th, .inivu,-
    bout 4th July. SaataaJua about Julv
    The*B> > eaaet. have .unple pocr
    chilled, hard rroren oral general ti
    Cargo .iccepted on Ihn
    lading wtth trai.ilupniei.T
    t>w Itnt 4*1 GAilana, Harl>.-
    * leeward Island.
    For further pan i
    wmiv
    M
    AcOU SicantAhipCo.
    9nc.
    I H)RK SI.BVH F
    N I
    7th April
    IBth April
    Mitt ORLEANS vr.K-.ICK
    i llOAMIR-
    ' ALCOA RL'NKKR"
    'ALCOA llANOFR-
    NO.
    12n.l March
    Aih April
    It h April
    Bda*
    ffth Apnl
    33rd Apnl
    f.n tin
    sot i linm m.
    Name .f -.1.
    nob rtii l m
    \-m.

    < ANAUIAN' 0KBVICI.
    aUaatraBl
    itrtet* hililal
    BaBfl li.hi..

    A. M. WEBB
    Ma Bon*i Snare.
    Both Loot] and Foreign
    lioualu and Sold
    IH Roebyek St.. RridseUwn
    DM :u8. -:- Hours I 9-3
    ORIENTAL
    I.IHIIIS !!
    i l utoa it ui l l l R1
    BRASflWARE, II \KUom>
    SANDAL. IVOI-.l I II
    I'll AM in:,).
    KASIIME l.i:
    l'r Wm ll\ --lirci
    Dial MM

    J]MPLES AND
    *IACKHIADS
    ghost's Ointment
    MISCELLANEOUS
    D. D Momut.
    Pnim t^Ntnlt. DIM
    S.4
    For SaleC
    THIST1-FJM.WN .....
    *our waahing macshine and other
    laundering Price only 19 cent, per at
    l^btairuable from voul _-i,
    rfarbaato* Cn-Op. Cotton Far
    VtaSBl
    TRAWft, SaCIO tl^ prevenUon of aM. ear or air aacfcnei
    C F Haarrunt C*> Lad
    It 4 10-1
    *5* GENUINE MY CROWN GINGER 4EE GOES BETTER WITH ROM OR WIHSk,


    PAGF EIGHT
    BARBADOS ADVO< ATI
    nil BSDAV xi'lill. iK.
    Dames Heat
    ) HPC 3-0
    Notre Dame defeale-1 Y "
    30 in their Second
    *ure when the> B i
    .-.>n 81 the Perl
    then
    od to
    up with the speed of the
    lime
    Gill, the Notre Dime's centre
    forward opened the eeore when he

    well timed shot A aba'
    Inside nhi

    from mid-Held
    In the second half, play was
    aoin transferred to the VJI
    leereas*
    ' icl at
    .i pMi from
    nhX wing The final blast
    I i
    \..ir DMM
    . i.n, Daniel. Branch. Rob-
    f.M.YA
    Empire Dele*!
    Conbermere 5-3
    F.Mi :







    in th<* last 1


    *eho
    The Waiter Believed In
    Mind Over Menu
    II. Hill- ll^
    r iso p*
    >. rrf rmvine nsh in the Public P
    the market lhi->.

    I
    _______.^_______
    SAUERBKATEN
    txpUlr.
    the East Side equn
    browa. and when w:
    eal dish is usually
    ming in I golden orown |
    tanked by pouto pancakest how-
    heaver
    spud
    Well, the other Thursday, tor-
    tured by a >-i ; deh-
    I loaded mv

    fetch, with Um

    -auerbraten in New York
    worth a second drool.
    The dinner rush m OW"
    the Time I ;.r
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    aid.
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    your check."
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    braten ri
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    meekly.
    Ui me in on the
    Said when the meal W*J OVetC,
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    tO put a Huge:
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    .f little small things.

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    an hen a cus-
    .
    drools a couple drops like he's
    thinking about something juicy.
    Or take when j vegetarian
    comes in he looks kinda disin-
    terested in food to bein
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    corner of his mouth utl
    he's thinking of sour cream
    'fXON'T vou ever .
    U takes and get in trouble'
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    et 1 don't make, but
    trouble I once got into. 1-ast year i
    two of our customers got married |
    -the lady a vegetarian and the
    teak-rare type.
    When they tame m
    after tho honeymoon. I
    went to the kitchen and brought |
    out a salad for the wife and a
    big steak for the husband when
    the wife saw the steak, right away
    " You lied to me. she said, i
    married you with the detlnite un-
    derstanding no more meat.
    " 'The waiter made some ter-
    rible kind of mistake, -aid her
    n.isbund. I was thinking about a
    tme like you '
    nlod musta been some
    place elsewhere. I excused myself
    to the couple So I took back the
    steak while the husbands eyes
    followed like a hungry dog. and
    I then I brought him on a P^J
    I whole head cabbage, unstufied.
    ' and told him. 'Enjoy'."
    HIS story nnisheu. UM waiter
    scooped up his tip and
    switched off the neon sign in tne
    window. "I* time now 1 should
    have a little bite something my-
    self." he said.
    1 studied his face and tried to
    figure out by the droop of his
    underlip what he was going to eat
    but his face wasn't talking at
    least to me.
    "What're you gome to have.
    I finally asked.
    I don't know." said the waiter.
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