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I'.U.I IK.III BARBADOS ADVOCATE Car I ton Defeat College 4-0 %  thai! match %  %  %  i Two goals were scored b\ N Lucaj and 'he others by \V;irn n and Marshall. W.l Team Named For Monday's Came %  %  i %  tollow %  r H J %  S nsnex) %  Hook%  %  —Rruler £1350 Golf Toumamenl all %  I kicked it 1 U i ': i H to get iirlton %  re:— ariuMi Williams, Clalrmonta, K Hutcbin. llrr c w Smith, William*, %  Tudor, V O Smith, gad %  nd the Scottish FA I ndecided %  i %  %  A I %  An I'vru \\ it hd runs %  I860 > I omaatl" Eone, having 57 Egyptian Swimmers To Try Channel ., %  H undeTgatnj %  i bannel thli %  %  Ihe 1 lining undei tha %  %  tWO month%  %  %  I I %  %  Hi $-.\8uo %  1 Hassan Han i will be %  i ion rd%  %  % %  %  i u the %  : I %  I %  i UirisiChurvh\<-tr^ Lay Rates For 1950 From Pair i Inion expressed by several l Mr Victor Chase WM in favour of the night sittings and said that he thought they could hold their meetings at night in the future. This was the custom, he said, in several other countries It was a good time to have l meeting, he thought, because then H would be expected that one would be refreshed, would not be token uu with other business, and couH therefore concentrate more or. the rrat'ers ot the meeting. i the other members expressed disapproval of the continuance of mghi manga and reminded that the i 1, on account I portant matters with which they had had I WARREN heading in the thin Oval v inon. Cycle Racing Dispute In Jamaica KING %  | J %  Ing Union t Jamaica, and tha %  There has bam at Town %  when pr.ifi %  I %  Include ItW I pUtC wit*. %  faction v. I %  i tb %  trade, that tha Ti %  %  %  %  Cycling i; i %  I but with U Carlton in their football match against College at the 'Saint Joan" Staged At Codrjngton Y')\\ the second time in two years The tut* udents ol C diington College have put on u ThenAi %  i ] 141 i re two short one acl "The Ghost Ol GTy Bundler." by %  .'. 1." by Laurence Houseman. I afternoon at Codring_ Throu^nout th< humour .'hows r %  moments and is cleverly woven into Ihe drama seem vulgar. For a call much Eric ."->le Cromie as the Dauphin 11 A T CoUlman his antics and l! %  who prod., tha entire himself Into till art i: i lead. oerformance. DANCE ton Collet*, 'heir Open] formanec I Batnl .loan." by It4-rn.ird SI %  %  manes SATTfRDAY BBBd %  %  %  .... ("rlwflri Other Goad Performancei Other good performn by A Attr: wick, PhilUi I t'e la TremouilN .lohn (ie St> I F A Gj ruffianly Eni %  Rev Cecil Incipai ol The pug will bi k and (Trailing: with Ui Stev more tomorrow. .r is Shallson M rhhangui %  nd he li assist iidrleourt thai I % %  i in the fire scene was well thought d Rev I .' Paul was in Vaughan as Joar Maid was outstanding, both hti:iri elocution %  ily for the entire gUlM The pi de Baudricourt abh played by both HuI\ Results I. NI> %  IV, Ku. In. I M .i" I ItUSllV I O ..... I %  .. : I unique H 1156 on • summer % %  vu ol Franca %  %  %  i • %  %  about hi 1// Calm In 0$h %  Ihe Hist %  I %  —Riuh i Barbados Friendly Football Association ra n XTUIUBS I'^IUMO iu.hlirt-l *. li-i.i. :.nv Mi %  11.— •*> .... Itrc.li 1'i.iMd and 8* Mh iMrf Bo> .-XmS I... TinWmiher rODAl haa it.M-,. ;, 4; i %  Ksja 14 1t> 11 p.m. Iteea >i II i Ojaartei iaetl I ighUng: ii II i> Bi High Walei 11 i • > i ^ i %  • %  t \ % i;uni iii iCadrtagtea iui,i io Heath t<> eaj 7* MI. Inilii-l.liin Hal • I Teaiaeratan I alia II I Win,i Dlrecttea ll %  m i I i W II. VilaeHj : mUm v hour Baram tm i %  12 anil !lis R.R.i. Ilailiu PTMITUUK iin.xi %1-an i-... Hei I io %  %  %  U I p m The DabaU ConUnia* !* %  tnm llnlMM S IS | m Spiirta I ... i %  %  < i. I ,u*l-. S JO P III Fran ih* Tiura %  %  %  *t. • p m Dane %  w< %  I *J [ %  in Th Psann fi Plw** : ml a is p m n a so i< II> %  %  thr Ti %  %  u %  K(H-l.t)W ThcyTl JXy i'ne. HFYJ / FOk %  : ..: THAT." >/ coz noee-er \ ^ '._ ..i*. V/ValaiTf1 ^— By Jimm y Hatlo rTES .VA<.N6 LI4G %  V 3E L00K.N6 IHtafJWATCW-ErV 1HFORJ08SA5 CADO BS %  ting to lead %  %  leads them t %  %  %  • ika The Kiu.il Scene



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U'KIL . <* KAKBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Editors Are j^ot Scruffy „, DON '.""" .ords %  "• %  V ;' n ',:. r ,,, lhe Royal *, Stiwl. S.;i | edlW Ml Off U •_£,' %  cotttctive vi< of u:;"_£, WHOM. un*u.dded coliid ua,, !" led %  '"" Zl uinoH.nl Ho added: J£i ol dress :"• %  '"able lo 1* JSooked. bul Tor the most pan ^mcily has vanished" "£, i, was lo an odilor st.ll _SM M non:a eccentrlcltlea nl TE|*ardian flavour that Tailor „H Cullef lve ' rushes! TZm. Slier describlnj U JSTand jtralght-oul jacket front, mepublir-i" Irirujly; -If lhe J'.ckcl could "'.' iiditly lonwr M would have idn'vcrr clOM ' '"'I raarks. Along wiih Its tempered ,i Caller handed out foe advice lo oBI ut way ng coll.ir ml a loafer lackel willi "JFor/V-S/iy" Jailed LONDON, Arthur Conwy, ot Hotherharn, Yorkshire County, is the tirst man in Britain to be labelled "Work-shy" and jailed (or it by the State: In the tirst case oi Ita kind AoukMr width to neutralize thel brought by the National Asmprtssion ol B bulky special anM-UICIC Hoard, Cotiwey 37. wai y fmiaiy edition I *enteneed to three months for The edit iling to "maintain himself." received an •• %  He got another three months ) hi* attire Bi :im consecutively for failing _• to pl< : vhen he ip large glen and an odd hiipped the %  k like a couple oi 3 Czechs Ktsigii British Embassy to maintain his wife and child. Prosecutor R. F M. Til the board were now Uk lty for granting relief, and were •rider a duly to help the needy lie added: With work-;h\ ; Prom July, 1948 until February 28. ID50. Conway and hit wife %  out $400 from the Assistance Board. Before July, 1W8. Conway received Poor law relief. Con way's wife cnmmente two points, but ihere waa an off-*." of almost 7 pointa in clou Oil In Jumaica OMrtaaaa AOVO.,.1. ONnaN KINGSTON. Jamaica. The discovery ol %  %  • i far back as December, 1948 hrw by Mr. Harry V ident of the Jamaica Manufacturers' Associal;ol of his presidential addn annual meeting of the tion last week. PRAGUE, Apnl SO Three Czechoslovak employee: %  It Prague I I, it was i milch He has laved in bed —INJ* y %  Prague, MI to ngaiei-ti and fifteen yew labour (oi in addn lltvak n %  %  British Infi and' W)N! I || in.' mem hai. iJ^ntvuL Soutn %  Mi Written mediately stiaptheBntUii Hyingih.nt Lion -fhe era Service pr ,70 cents jwtare ol ... .— dig* i shallow MINI Its RECORD '" l,: ; Customers have bee;. theii miner for n he died If C" Id ihey are inclined to turn Went I v He ,-ent Into the pus .nasty. They can be fed on any •tan he .. i old. | raw meat or fish and (••>n live —n the CD. tt w. grant I i\v ii (oi tta i. I i-omplcled in I95*> agreat urs> Canada Can't Start Too Soon Hv D01 OL \s now Canadian ITr* .SUIl Writer %  o f optn art) new %  %  ..,: i nator of Civil Dofi n training organized aloiiuc assault. I %  %  heir place of the %  opptit I %  %  %  %  %  %  1 'LI" Hospital Strategy TOtJLjOrf. Like all Fren the bW| Toulon Hospital i lo pull a gag )ust for Bui lhe> also know huw to : | useful art sat practical purpOW the chill\ the hospital iward student I I'o. at the i a room rat! iimo t] BUOB liud always vacua pnentai a With the %  rrtvml ol Spring and derided thai talking h l md QM tiimhad :i..'i i lose on a Lite pup toot pitataad % %  11 SJI i ..( thi big hospital. SO steps from thi' thnpel and a scant 20 from the A sign on Hi., ten) tKtre the ll tan stays .. room ciscwhero.'' i.mund its teeth, threatened to dismiss th< %  i ihp gag and ihrn put %  1 of the Ai won —l.N.S. World News Shorts AFRICAN TOIIACCO CAPROWM A large toba-Cl South Afnc.i vaal for the thud contecutlve year. The harvest lust cumaatfanatad at 11.171 MM pounds. (\ MIS OWN ma ;D, Suffolk. England. Frith Dawson. latri .Tockmnkors. is ivtiring. Dawson estimates he baa MTV than S0.0OO clocks ;md wat Cf KFVK1LLK FOR IIOKSK BROULTY, Kent I 11 . %  kigie. Tba aound frtal too waa lined Ivnig the ..: SPOKt: TOO S ing Such brilliam irhite lectl: . and .ill due to il-c Inum in Pepsodcm Inum the most effective. n '> dental science, i:n and ugly stains troga yur teeth %  poliihiog them, tnaldhg them wtdaar and brighter. Only Pepaedcn i .OIM.,H^ In mi, <'\itangc ^M HI TOOTHPASTE CONTAINS IRSJH Flying Crab It :s proposed to und coinpiehensive illve^ligation ol • t view to %  nd other water suppl i Particular? attention w: to the locating of metalliferou mineral deposits O ] zinc, iron and otbei %  sum deposits nave 1" high priority. lgI/jNU'iN A HiiUMi autii-iu-sigiii r has %  i. 1 .1 the) niii i\clds a* %  FREAN': PARTY AIDSSERVE YOUR GUESTS "P. F. TWIGLETS" & "P. F. MARTINI CRACKERS". DELICIOUS & APPETISING. %  I %  %  %  existing ; i The mark* the %  %  %  %  %  i must be ties." In .in largo drive and I l< %  1 %  be easily ron%  %  .t-i wing.; and make it fly gOOH hops. %  %  space it own u-iifcUi -lilt grailienls dinVull foi the i i iry FergBODTie who bee formed a company under his own included Dixoit and A P, R, Two Deputies Go On Trial loniKl %  the trial U'gan of two Comi deputies and twi Union agalnit Pierre Prevoato, %  local leeder. Alam Sigimr and Union loaders Charles Cntlou and Raymond i.l of: I. Trespassing in the home of Pi, rn Prat' ill manservant 3. Subject lndi ing h m UW %  %  i I letinat thi i troon i %  The the N %  %  — rleuier i \ another well-known • .-measures j British driver, within •; ithout Objects ol the company are to fui the. new method* of trani.CP—(l.N.S.) WILLIAM mm LID. INC. IN B. G. ^.tre for . niting" HARRIS & SPORTS TWEEDS GABERDINE, SERGES & DOESKINS n it will be our privilege to see that you are %  m mm N muitr Isthhag .it ES Donkey "s Tongue For Dinner AI m A village housewife, I Ktna i i berg* of cutlrig ofT the tongue of u %  xir'a donkey, tearful!; %  i it to hubby Christos for dinner. The four-!. %  to the straniio peectlr* (suggested I by an unnamed c.irlirn-iui I hop.il might induce a similar lion in ra %  sJi-toa-lAaVflerent hual —INS JUST RECEIVED I Pkg. CSodd*rd>' Plle Powder l.ux FUkes Rloso Tin., Silvo Windolene ,. Shi..,,, „ Chemico a 1-0-1 Cleanser ., lUrpic Bota. OCedr Polish INCE & Co.. Ltd. DIAL J33 ROBUCK SI ,>BBeBoeaooooo' l' i De Witt's Pills .r* ntit n>tn*tW to' BACkACHt LUMBAGO SCIATICA JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS OUR GUARANTEE I> Wttfl iii.i.k mid. hygienic %  onditmi I andconfoi sUuidsrda of pin ny. BACKACHE Try this for relief! It you gat shaip stab* I youi back when yon stoop and, at otaw nine*, thruit a dull and conOnueaa aoba, thr cause can very often br tniicd to thr kidneys. These ntal nrgim* should Alter poisons oat of ^icy gel stnggiah and cmiKtatvd and thr backache you suhVi is Nauirr's way of warning you that youi kidnrys nred aasistancr. A ui-Mrit taadhaM fo* this purpose is DP Wiu i tve a %  kidneys, helping to south'%  l iipand rsstora them .. bean rplirving -.iittnci* in many parta of dw world tut ovM hail a centuiy. If yo.: see a few of the gTateful l.-iteis sent in by backache suffercn who have %  c lakiug D*-Witts Pills you row suffering may also be necessary. mew for your 1 hry may be jusl what > on need. Go a and get a supply tight away. DE WITTS PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles Good wholesome milk reaches Barbados from the Anlipodies lo be hygenically manufactured into smooth delicious BICO ICE CREAM and lo be stored in the FRIGIDAIRE CRI 2 Ice Cream Conservator The best type ol Deep Freeze for all purposes but especially for storing your Bico Ice Cream n linked Ice i.l 15 the i RHUDAUE MI:II;KMISER .irrymg a Made only by General Motors distributed by The Emtage Electrical Company



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PAGE FOM BARBADOS ADVOCATE liiinu WIIII j. BARBADOS^ A i/vCK'ATE The S|>;iiiisli Empiirc-S r..-. to **j A>or*u Om 1 a M r • .---1 Npl^i rt _.. MlM Frid Apr 1 21 %  •so Tratk PRI: free nations of the world lo Join in paign ot truth lo counter Russian propaganda cannot be ignored eve an island as Barb., To meet false propaganda with truth alt round the globe is an Ideal if self respecting newspa|> Unfortunately the truth has so %  sides and can so easily be isolated that true stories can themselves be used to ,: truth. Instances of mctl be seen daily in the myopic ,. I exists between residents ul U and residents of the Unite, Today it is quits | er in the excellence of the British Com• monweahh over all old, : cal systems of the twentieth centuryet to be a fierce critic of I* are endangering the di Commonwealth. To be consistently an Imperialist in the true sense of the word, the Critic of British Colonial policy to-day mi. I attack the policy of the Government which sits —Ul da It is no wi ech ill the Barbados H rightly condemn ened treatment of the V. i question of sugar should fc branded in America with the I an organisation which D %  int. It hi not surpnsmc tl who anjoy the ship when in the 1 have been absorbed into the hi of taglkt ll1 '' S1,1C1 1: %  shi.uhi resent the pati aosveaa lalello lucl; or the I high-powered s.-, Manchester. Iha C aoqulri that none bul width. I Mkk.l lull in ti. V.I nwnt 1 | I Communists wil Our Reader* *| : I be Indiana of '..tge-t also had d the proceeds re%  Spain. The Empire %  %  %  my s.ded, and were officially dis.als couragrd even from forming II• lr. John Parr* business .thin the area of the jurisdiction. They there w -i. -i reason n subjects. i in close co-operation Spanish colonials were left to themselves. ike large profits but the local friendships. To compensate missionary* enterprise might suffer This was probi *ttlers and planters I to make, and were nw Than in conver%  •v.dely believed that if the Spaniards in America wore given free hand, :hen the Indians would uffer Only a light royai control is a whole does them for these disadvantages not usually profit rn paid a very handsome Spanish %  ormal promotion • %  ft, the smaller to the of greatei audlencias and finally to %  idles Spain caused the most di*aitrou< I I • f the Indies was % %  central organ of colonial govv .ii Like the colmucn onial audiencias, it was prtmsu UHr people a judicial body, staffed mainly by could protect then, from exploi,ind could %  • the selected i • pire directly raepinsll i lonlfll empire was regarded in That was one reason profit disappearthe sixteenth and seventeenth courts were pv ed. centuries as the King's particular powers. The Crown regarded itofflrfals were and personal concern, and for self as kind of umpire between • only for receipts that reason the Council of the the Spanish settlers and the but also for paying all colonial Indies had no connection with native population. It was con-ring that the Council of State which was cerned to insure that both cases ..ish equivalent of our ghoul, be heard and th"I the '"•m Spain Privy Council, or with the Cortes, wron ;s done to the Indians b; i Ing the Spanish Parliament. It was thi .ould be tight-fisted, as indeed at once a Supreme Court of A; legal reraqulnd them peal, hearing cases from all OMI iike the Indies, an adn %  • % %  bOUd BUd %  legislative eoUOGll 'rusteesnip Th< ..nd issuing decrees In the King*.; II thus combined legislathe suggestion that bi .ttive and judicial funcsociety the home government and tions in a manner which was alits officials are likelv to be much repugnant to r ,. tender of nat.v> interests •as, but was characteristically than .ire conqueror* Ad which on the whole resident in the coiOfUi It going Into mark on modern Latin 0 %  where politic* are example^ %  tion of jl Nigeria or the Gold Coast with %  itution which was so wide-ji a 0 f K %  %  alspread and so charact.-. .il mention. This ernment may lunder .1 the rfit:>wU. the practi injp being Ideal aw -'"Vhigh or IO-A, upon assuming oSl to be con• ma gave was reqi..' iin Jurisdicmalice and tale bear, • mi iiir of kinds, and led to Outgoing oflk matter of course havin. their pile, bribed their successors authority of one of to make a favourable report, and 1 itfed successively from OflkeJal to official wit*being opened. v> stereotyped haH %  ho would have re• rarer*, %  influential or:: '<* the practice of briber.' no evidence that the ma residencia ever served any useful purpose; on the other hand all ad%  n la] %  t councils I Ihj veiled %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  bar "f premising colonial sertika many bad old customs which fell Into disuse in the eighteenth century ll government m the six:.. • %  %  %  ly good record in this respect. ,nd cumbrous, very often it could not adminisuth< %  ck crippling blows at tba But Spar *.on w a i designed honourably, and not altogether ineffectively, to protec 1 i masses of the %  •heir culUl atten%  process teenth centuries glvai I TheUr obvious qumbination of [K Spanish Crown I to n 1 %  i. wrought %  %  ovarnment? v %  •iidwife at th. %  viigh the %  nd tightthil er as thi%  1 Ipain has a %  European I'il Ti'Sl i% .^ III Si lallifl k I ;..blO to "lg -he in. re HlitablC passed a ving grave conBlrl?" he iwth of parental kng for Is ha mora luiUble than the JU ,j g ,^ ;mU mj gistrates lo have I %  i %  I 1 .. J 1 ...111. 1 England %  mother to instruct her' 1 %  %  %  %  %  •'., i..\ pai %  D I Uvi more thar IsJl then. %  I | I NO "HOLY NIGHT" m MlUHK head of ihe fasnou Murt QMa* I hoir ,( l>rrlen. deei4ed it was Uaw UP make a dash for the freedom of use West when the Corwrrjnisu banned the %  higla| of "Holy Night" and ordered instead swigs aimed at making a God of Prrmi-r %  iulin and otherwise glorifying the Camman1st eaaae. In the following exclusive article Sehaeek tells wh> Ihe choir fled from the Svlel ocfnttallan zone to the C.S. area of (•e-many. By Werner Sehueek I 4ndurlor-Muiiii|(er Of llrrsil'-n Mozart i hoir BAD SODLN. NEAR FRANKFURT IF a true musician is told that singing of the traditional religious air. 'Holy Night" during Christmas week is "political sabotage" and therefore is forbidden, it is time to make a move. This is exactly the type of order we have oeen getting from the Communist-dominated German "cultural" officials working under : let pattern of the Soviet blueprint for £ast Germany. The ban on "Holy Night" araj not the enly direct interference we*experienced at the nands of the Soviets before we decided to make our escape. They took great exception tu unlike other choirs and artists who complied with their orders under pressure, wtj to remain — and in fact did remain — nonpolitical. Realizing that to purge us publicly would backiire, tne Communists decided to apply :nore subtle methods on orders of their Soviet masters. First we had requests for "more Russian music." \\ hen we pointed to our repertoire, which naturally included works of the great Russian classics, they said it a music I anted and that it had tu have "political significance." I -1 rr h i n it N < II it* s how we come to be ordered to sing Communist and Red Army marching songs, %  rmari youth marches, partisan ditties and other material whose keynote was the supreme glorification of the Soviet Union, the deification of Stalin, the Soviet worker, the in, and so forth. We refused. When we continued to remain adamant, and by this or other excuse avoided appearing before party rallies, the Soviets began to apply economic and political pressure. They demanded that we drop our established name and become the "Choir of the Free German Youth." They withdrew our supplementary fuel and food allocations and generally subjected i ronomic sanctions wherever po They demanded that we hand over our earnings to the German Youth Organ 1.Party i : They demanded full reports on the political affiliations of our choir and their fan I have brought with me several documents to support my statements. With the growing procure we realized that impossible to continue working as nonpolitical artists under the Sovil in utter secrecy made our plans to escape. SUIIM( oiuuroiiiUe Knowing that the Russians would not let to Berlin unless we made some compromise. I decided to give the appearance of ipitulating to their demands. I therefore signed a contract for a strictly political concert tour of sixteen upni whereupon our way to Berlin—and escape— was open. On arrival we made our escape i I poll whose decision unfortu i nut and we nearly did not succeed. As a result of the leak, two of our members ddntpped by Ludwig Pulst. oui I i M agent, SS the world knows. inportant thing is that we are I vocation, unhampered by the ubiquitous political commissars and their ID minions, who MCCS—full) Ml .ioroad. Had we succeeded in by-ptssing mail channels, which of I %  censored b> Soviets, we could have taken ad;i\ offers and could rsak long ago. I am certain that we will not be the last I 'AV know tlsM a/ho will follow, much to the ti Ihe Soviets who fully realize that their CUl-| INs kOTTI a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADF Ovaltinr (large linsi Vaa> S;tlad with Mayon.iisr (anpi ii"*) %  N.K.B. Beer (Dulch) %  jpjaaaaT % %  — % %  I'M!:," n-a si.oc \ t Still L HOI SEHOLB HUHI SI IKS -, MlIB* MI'.ASlllfS BROOMS iai BBUSHn D III I -lie SPAIN ",,l mSPANg WIRF. MSB i OVaSI BOWLS BASINS. MM i.i. \-<\\ UU i„il I ni^ i uu POUSSE! j,,il < ll UISI ii • HOOD STOVF.S and OIL STOVI %  WLLKI.NSO.N & HAYNES CO.. LT-')., Sun, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Dial, 4473 :-: 47 THESE TO-DAY. AUSTRALIAN i'KA AL'ST CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS—41b pkn STRAWBEHHV JAM Clil\ ERS CUSTARD LIPTONS COl pkf. SCIIWKI'PES TONIC WATEH pl bol NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK 1 lb tin 92c. 21 lb S2.UK, I Hi si u| STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. LTD. n FOR REAL COMFORT ami STYLE IN GENTS FOOTWEAR SWITCH TO LOAFERS VMi MONKS A FULL NOW IN RANGE STOCK— — SEE THEM AT — DA CCSTA & Co., LTD. Dry Goods Department One II II ml %  '• %  Year* llt'liiml Th' Time* i ..Mis would bo if I %  mmi\ of •ad the ; Bl ll'i %  %  iaa ikiwa %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .upon *o %  ka id uDCB CtjBM perhaps Ihe irtalrst dcsitleralum H ti:i —TIBCIIIi dltd shut D ind* 0 %  itionalisin brron I I %  I I I f %  to Hie Travel Associ..to go through whan biief busincas visits to England. ad to give full particular* of hi* own i •tUiui he Iva •jr. ha laaii'ia lung Governments had tha travaUar either as smuggler or a p-.tentiu. between demo%  lould be t** deii of ail tha Ki.LER A//. CtoMM H me hasten %  that I must inenl the "March o. \ Cantab., and I Orataad haa IMMB vrap^red for the • \T.f,jtnrnt ai. mrr >>t parK.'^ rjht Ln %  i lords and \u\ id %  They had ;*lrendy Marnt In the prut.'vs of learning much of the l and had bevonu and corro I %  barons or the Roy.?: Hence. b\ strong mi numerous counti .< that p^rliament:.i> ur'n lain ha atful depend -iamrj *p Ma inatj-, * Bale* an ulma: I lam prob.. v claas to %  %  %  %  Lamb Cuts Beef Steak Chicken* — — Veal Cuts — Mutton Chop* Rabbits — Duckling* FOR RICH DELICIOUS ICE CREAM use . WMIOII I'OWHI HH> MUM : I run I'uddlm. Nulrirla I'oudrrrd Hholf Mil* I rb tins S4.01. FOODS EMPIKI % %  • %  ••- IS waktt ftr* I1IB4 wllh m DoD-df^plmnr. bul on MMUBUtal bj Ike m l W T bana Hdn. will be Ijnorrd M*a> %  ack raaak Ik. EaMar. Mk urk wt*k. ud roam •re .;iU. rt i la<< •( u Mcw.il> lac Ika antakTa 1B „ u, S, k.o-..^. la Ika laltor. ••! far nkUrall*.. kM B „aaoakf •uaabHa. *'" %  teaii ( u.d. H Phone <.OlH)AItD'S TO-DAY



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. Bl „..Y. X TKIL 21. 19511 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI rivii fisherman C. Servants Died From Get Loans Natural Causes In St. Vincent |JW-*^l S ^S2 Vlneon, .„„ Tl lnidld ". old and he • WiL^staHe was:: to have ;i scheme (Inanceri h* .iTJSESrWbK S-.Jf? " c„ n v c S,^ni: a ^,M IT P on Thursday rf ,J hn -• Chapman. M 11 E .-•^Hm Mllllccnl Gall, W " ."vca te'• ynittrday. SfSrf the -Advocate" yet."•' •"'I!"" '• scheme . %  **'^ thev re roamed administered by a Board on whir " "'..* n i the skiD,nd S V I ** Housinp /ft R T SUGAR Suv (Canadian Minister How To Sink Misadventure: A Battleship j^y Verdict Bund Concert At RoeLA controvert-what^cVe*^ A VERDICT tat dlh by misit-ha broken out between aJventui* was returned by a Admlra. ad their llrst nine-man |ury when an inquiry Sea Lord. Lord Fraser, on the ""' the death of Charles Beetle* "~ .as"L-"•"*most oeVlent way to sink a battle' held by Mr. D. O. Morris "' eStSSSTCSTM^X OILDE\ ELOPMENT, itI uroporlv regulated, would be verv ship. Coroner of District "A" yester %  Nnua Chr. Lord Fraser told THE Police Band is giving a concert at Hastings Rocks tonight at 8 o'clock, included lit the programme are "Songs of Blng Crop • by". The following is the programme lss*> Uiat .they 'loved to sail ClvU Service Association an.! circumstances would added that Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds now Assistant Director n! Education here, was a member of tlie Board aa6 w ..?T'harhad"no" children. ! was a representative of the 'Jblod always;'""% %  I .wild be carried oh L" rd Fraser told an Ottawa day without iTectme the su S ar industry and should "'I^'H^* 1 *" IZSt? a i.£ ^,^.^f. Tit,"** !" lip lu.liiinl ... ,k„ *^ „ „„, .. ., u ,i,. scientist drop a model warship into island consuble of Blades Hill. oeltelplul to the general economy of the island. Hon ble a bucket of aerated water and thSt Philip dted at the General • v r-.ianner. Mini and Minerals and of Lands damn thing sank." Hospital on April n attar he was and rorests of the Alberta Government told the Advocate The Admiralty's immediate refound lying in a trench in yesterday. OlMKanc SSSscttM ping to sea X*$Tr,'.t "on one or two ,h 0 has heard him com"??„; burning in his stomSecretory and Executlv •"Sri had never given this Officer of the II •""-"la, attention mm Authority, St Vincent, M-. Hams I Ststui I boat, said that white the Civil Service Conference He .... Thursday lie heard arrived on Mondai b) lofl !.., Bj -.' f oniplaining of beniK sick Rodney" and is sta; ^Siked nun 'or "smelling Waters." Worthing. |R BH died quickly •fterHe said that during the pa. sum of £45.000 "fiulopiy as performed at beeY spent by Civil Servants .. =. Ill 30 a.m. yesterday by S1 Vincent in building, aequlrlnf, I wmI into circultftloii. tf. mis - .i *'* "'i*7'" "* w ""a" created. Philip with 15 parts. St. i'eter officers concerned enabled to be^^ St James one part. St. come property owners, was large%  it osrts and St I.ucy 9 parts, ly brought about by the enter1. I.B BILL FISH was kiii VtS LB BILL FISH was prise and tenacity ill purpose aught by the fishing boat the St. Vincent Civil Service BSjMBne" while out an a fishing AssociaUon. --'neiday This is HiAppropriate U ' 'Via'n anTi! Durin ,hP !" "•* *"" "'ne SV"i, Mu, C1Vl1 Servants from ..,1 anfcd ,nto the Public Mai the British Caubbean V ... ,.,si u.—k a lotal """ r ed in Barbaili tafffk*~b^g r n ''• r v;',•; ,, !" Sr_.,i,.i 111 tins 17 200 men "' ,r '" ,4, market OI "i i..-"o t lMy j|u| vTi L h" 260 SSI ;;• <~n — '* 973 bBlbacore, and ,es "' "lands, it was particularly Mofbonitu appropriate that rafari Hinkson. wh it charge "> this achwi •itiih Market, toltl the "Ad,. Some seven year, ago, the Civil aS-vesterdav that there was Servants of St. Vlt Zr, light breeze on Wednesday ed thoil with a reBUty of fish. nUHME^ IN caii : •.-'*< % %  programme t>f Ktjea WeWt musii lo-ntght. British Couiu-il are pi ime in i*iy broadcast feature. %  fetlyfnS; o, records i !" L.*. Rah Council and ujrtd to-nlghi. ENNETH KINCH at Wavell Avenue, a man wanted In BOKUot! with offences of bodily uid threats, evaded P.C. (nwifi Murphy on Thursday %  Tintf. Kiiuh wu al the resiS. Cato and death was enlarging and natural causes. lor themselves CARTS uf rainlall te\ j,ii[hly creditable repairing horn? ind lamilies. This achievement 0l up to 6 o'clock yesterday money 'was %  This was divided among new wea nh action was: unconscious condition at Marley Mr Tanner is here at the in"Quite obviously 1-orri Fraser Vale, St Philip on Sunday April vitation of the (Jovernmcnt to w * rather jesting about the whole |6. hem tin questions regardthing." LataoM MM ixssibU' oil Their Lordships at the AdmirDr. H. L. MasmUh who performHo and alty have decided to stick to the ed the post marten said he ex%  ..re staying at the Marine IBOffV orthodox theory nf sinking amlned the body of Charles m anamj vranhlp -by putting .. Heckles at the General Hospital nin, MW — riovelcpmen. lu.io In [I %  Mortuary on April IT. Sgt. Reed St Arohri %  CAIUVUBN MM CVndiKior. C-pl n.aV1K Win*. #<*i in ^ (U | SDOS HU^UM (\Mki>-tor. t^i Msnrti >ong f\ctp — Four Indian Lav* l.\ru-. WaadOMlM. (WMj-tor; — art A TV tiff >'ri.uTartrrUUr l„ Pmtm MaTftrt K*lb*y CdntSvmar; Cpl D**t laid th;:t .'ll Mberta had prom Lord Fra*r told his BUdltQoe identliled the body to him and his cta^, i when th,. Or*, crude oil v.is at Ottawa that he knew of %  new apparent age was 68. oou d wrinkle. The scientist's idea was He had minor bruises on hi%  .n^.2?S .^nn 4 SSL. W S! lo u ^wUtnsit>of the w.ter forehead, nose and mouth. There 123.000 barrels per and let the ship sink was rt deep wound on Inc lpI A spokesman ol the Admiralt> Vand iind ln nls opln i 0 n icaih tfcslni JglW-. $7 n T" unable to locate this ^.Sj l crrcb 1 h morrn -'' *.1 actually producing scientist He is probably one among ££*** 'the 1.000 a w'eek who produced hMd MUHIMHsykrna Sern*ili> Harkaat CBnduMor; l pi M.*TI Honw <>l BNig r !" in DMHatl Oandurloc Si Ai-chs-i IS* S<-tt. of YsMlrrda* l-t.^Hbna Ich Lomond. Oiii i !W*titiAii IkiM I M | r —• %  I) frort C0.0OO barrels a day. Each bariel is WOTIV. S3.00 to Alborta injury to the %  sssass m* o hate. CWidtM-lnr: CM *ttt. Mu*-. MU>tr a Muac ^ <\^>duv4Hr. Sl An-hrr oil pipe line, 1,150 long is now i-eipg bull! Alberta to tin p erection of anti-aircraft guns ,e Ui V"^ ""l" r the top of cumulus clouds. £• .**" "Tf 1 ^ by the oil frmn Alberus to Ontarl I was expected to oci %  the end of the year and would handle about 100.000 ta. vfUFsuonea oy me jury wnetner 35 YEARS \ 6 about 5.45 a.m he went to '•< friends her., and will be much 11. ^m .ii-i "Ai"in >iiit'ii iti.'i *J.I ii "i .-nii-i i-g ii(iiiniru --—..* !" ,. mantf was beian parried on the surrounding water they Marley Vale Road. St. Philip m ett in social and %  i able progress with the n I I 1 .ipid rate in Alwould make little difference, since where he saw a man whom h borta at the present time and bubbles are buoyant vessels. knew as Charles Beckles lyingi i'it.000 acres were held "In any evant, such a course of in a trench on the right hand sWe Ettaa ex lease and proaggressive action would require nf the road bleeding from mju%  tog brought the willing and active -o-operaries to his face and head. He was I •-xceedins one well tion of Iht .fipm^ ln an unconscious condition nourishing And with that opin.on most Where Beckles was lying there vat the oU Industry m Alba gaj erl In London appeared that the lrovincial (Jov-ernm^ni ngi.-o —INS. yachtfa .xpect to conclude otlnf to tin-' many of the quest for financial lUons todav tjcsme in very late Thev. •jcure tKHnaa. Ph dlfBcult) U brought back a fair than eomplnmed ->f. mg about S2.000.000 a nth. Mr Tanner wlio was r ^\\ r t>f ilu" litstiS :il>lv in 1935. Mi i Bpanki OT, he M Minister of W. BERLINERS WANT FREE ELECTIONS rough stone with patches of blood on it. At the same point there was a continuous scratch for about IS feet. He saw a mark which appeared to be that of a bicjrelt tvre and it measured sjx id ended al the side oPTne Iv Uh the which was common to th. ., .., „, ,„. %  %  except ions, the Gov< Issions In all Uw cob Officer found it impu-.Mbip to uniform conatltutionB for Whitlev n rriBr mmr in ,,|ro< '! voluntary sayings with Cou i womnwndad. ^^ U tLf:£. m rg!f, 1 .i n wWch to provide a home tor him1, ,., ; lU u d^ided that the and rannly agall [„i Associations ihoul t ttW i t>perating In Thp P*ui bauung that Government did not see bj with a vUm to DEHL1N, April 20. feet The Wevi iierhn en. Natural HMUJ raq uag tad all four Allied Conunandanti to apii.wai %  fanner and school prove the dty-wida : teacher before entartng poUttca. under mter-aliied oontrol, and Wi;,i xhp ne 'P ,,f other peopt o*va in Scout work um u ,,f free'"• lifted him into the '' ind Is Provincial Scout Oommisdom for U> i. • the iy4t. Which took him to the Genera tesuuroai ivhere Bckle; Bits of Gravel Elect!* Kraler. "by the Welsh Recorded Ssnht^HaaaQua^rs of^ way „ to ma iJ e Ul1 > u n ri f, "" ,s having "sucY." schemes "brougKt rSounciland the-e uill be v i uli, 1 ble T hmbasis. CHllcers leturned to the attach, A resolution was also passed but wan mat with %  Imllai ply. .Iiiv] subsidiary organisation of Barfor Crrll Strvanti ID II clayb Bank, namely. Bare) (Overseas) Development CorDuring the nrnrfatllnfl yesterporation bagssn functioning In ' ,how> Prts. and ththat P.C Murphy was on Association of St. Vincent apwishing the Confen-nee rtod the local Bank Manager dlractti, ieliberations. Hospital While the nurse was dressing Heeklos* head he noticed that here were bits of gravel on the He was still in an unconscious condition. On the following day he identified the tx.d\ a Masslah. Beckles used to ride a bicycle ind was never seen riding It toe fast. MR. W. T. GOODING was appointed Churchwarden .gffclSgSSni US ol St TW;, when the St. Thu.uuVMtry met yesterday. I^ftk^of^tie Mr. It bandlford, retiring Churchwarden. ;iml Mi S A. Sta < %  April 16 aUve when he tt were elected Poor Law Guard! >'" her house riding a im-.v.ie about 4 a.m. Shortly alter that ST. THOMAS LAND TAX UP BY 41 CENTS Gootling New Churchivartlen ri-li-. Me %vas the orgamsn'ot Uie \aeht Club which now ha nea.lquarlers al Shot Hall IHWCATED WITH INS1EDIENTS OF >IC(S VHflMI Pepto-Blsmol FOR STOMACH UNGU€NTIiV( FOR Buwiy BflifVfS FAIN SBBBBBBBBBBh. rnwn iNftcrioN ^B*^ noaoni HUiiwo ^/^CflSBO Sanction At a later stage, Governmc.it Lions and after many ups and duu. Bill based on the Trinidad HoUktrail he quickly tan '.C. Murphy ran after him and a these .luough St. James St. Thorns*, Kinch diitha hills of St While P C. Murphy wai Chase Kinrh threw ston< i(KKl thut later in Bill based nil the Trinidad HousTHE S.S. Sun tio g Kinch was seen at Hound ing Loans Ordinance was passed loading 3,000 urns of sugar for U1 IH.., U (Ci^r .! \. L"' w nu r,..ii.m.,. *„A .1 ., b urning she • tcr. but again by the Ledlhlture and nut hlto Canada This vessel arrived on [!" U lfc> ,. 'h \ 1 '. I U '; U 1 „J '-'flight to her home. Th, n Trinidad and '"11^^^"! c Hu '2S£. 1*!5K? A Rfc S^ w"Sugar Goes: Flour Comes THE S.S. Sim Most) Tttwn, St. Peter, but again by the Legislature and put operation. PVI IA smart [dad for the around in the Jackson, St rnaki ia up to live times •anas, district obtaining money an ofTlccr's annual Conunittea %  two men came to her rW ''"'"" ,sv Waara. J. to giant $1.50 per head liecause nd told her that Backlaj nl2.' r K M ^ n '' lford| V L Ulal decuu>ii had been circulated ing in a trench "on Marley V„lc lllns and D. A. throughout the island. The larger Road She went to the spot and saw tngnwaj ConunlaalODi iike St. Philip. Christ him there bleeding from the head HA"P Thulm i bunh and St. Michael, he said. In an unconscious state. Hi, blcyirar* benefiting by the population cle was on the ground by nil feet SandUord, Mah<.n. L I) (iill and basis. . and a torchlight which m Thome form the new burning She took the evele and Ills Excellency had .n.Hii false pretences. The Advocate Hived this information from a Wax of Jackson. A | from Trinidad and will clear JKHI UaWM Canada The SUM afoul, operating under ment covered a maximum period the Saguenay Terrain ,' ,1 calls here occasional!.! i, (Interest mc hided l for Plantations Ltd, 0CALLV MADE clothes) t V er>$1,000 borro this Una, motor hangers are wltlng at I/vances were made to the borrower ve-. i rought 1.350 sacks A woman who was seen M !ne erection of the building progressed. The idea of standai'i ncan* Relief Org.n : stimatea for par ochial expenses were $38,497 00 ight forward this year's esti m S4U.907.81. put the matter back to tl ask then; ,,n<| .,,' : %  wan an) prospects m letting futura granti ihaj could do U .,:.,plararnaal, tint M %  OfeM time, but they lould Imild the lying. hill near where he was tax tticne hangers e-terday live Advocv.tr thai the was Wttat )ob stoca WorW War h ml) s |„ nll „| , not iind favuur. The wisdom of the decision to allow borrowers to erect houses of their own design was atupl] demonstrated by the t architecture to be seen at MontrojBi a suburb ul K if th* been built. Instalments towards (he repayment of loans were deduvled monthly from the Officers' %  la/tea. i comaon for sailing them. aaTOCNTS of the Stanmuie Lodie and Danesbuiv vi%  of Black Rock are con.rJnj of stone throwing during slgat -tew told the "Advocate" yes. tS^L^^^" 1hrowln S ^'^T about 10.00 p.m and hues until midnight. They at Police protection and it is Wtood that the mutter is unia vest igalion. '' %  i: BRITISH "Wakeliel on Sunday, April 23. Part '" %  lag Lear". (Shakespeare) I be bruadcaM from B^O p W p-m. Th. Howard Ro ^^oadcasiing Weait is u foil i ElD oruaUl Wolfa "" Snrw Drd-l %  Baliwr* OHM-> %  RSSTJ -\.ullr W_, Roderick lvca OIKlrT j,J,,i R,.d,„ %  :„4 ,. . '^ M,,''':'!^'^ o„,u. lh, new rale bein. 3.H„ UN M ( ,,,,\ ,„ ,t ,22 „w zzzzsxzxziz' t tg= Mr. Mahan was appoint"'' s rt ln "' ""' I'^jini Helrl parentl) unconseloun. He shouted at Chairman ol th.Hurricane would havl "> "o ''niloiwd, so to him but received no an.wer. Bc i!?"' L """ Ap '"' 1 >-ari-da IAU i tclle( Committee ho said that he ""' %  "' ' •" %  •. %  *•• '• A bicycle was on the gn The nour was quickly dlswou]d no ,-#„„ h ^ ,. could > %  calwctasl na foot was ovein,ii-i charged and the Bra ay sailed lor ,„„ ,,„ n ,„„ rf ^, ,„ „ e .,L,.„ Triinciad .vcslerday i lie Ida SPECIAL OFFER IN DRESS M4FERM15 11 in. CREPE KOMAINE ul 82.tM yd. In Blue. Aqua. Grey, Red, Black & White. 4in. SHEER ai 11.20 yd. In Pink, Nil. liiamii. Cerise. & lilaik HARRISONS BROAD ST if Keystone flour for Barbados John, New Bru %  come to Messrs. Alley] Co., Ltd. The ihlnpi Altt'inpts To Lift -Potirk" Fails when he first saw him in the He cannot cay if Heckles was Intoxicated Workers Stnv $3,000,000 but he intended to withdraw h„ anship if funds for the would '•< %  • supported dunng tht ot the organ,/„,..., Constable B< -mi forthcoming ai *** would be flran (B*lea) was lying on hi caaalaitt 'ai. In lht louowlni years, thr gate Mr. Reeves told the Vestry '** would help to pay the that the previous year's ChurchKroun.iMnan warden should not be a Poor Mr Alr "" taamattero Cuardlan. Another member to ?. mefcnl lha Thomas I'lloating the „, .. ld lK Guardian wou,d "IWRW •" '-'hind th-har parishes Ha suggested Khwarden. That Vestr^ was '^ a > ">' "hould seek the advice or the two representatives of the parish. TWi %  ,1 yesterday. ,,n the only Veatry %  rdan i to the ooaan bed. Guardian ; was made aroui nnent. 'hich elected a > Poor Law %  Uowlng Mr. Sandlford. OVER three million i^wi hv baan received from Mr. Mshsn said that they should ask ttal Colonial Secretary iibas Q uant gra To March 3. ac•dcast.n.Tb, VS torrt, "i to ih P^sTas! NWiing U\ ,M it f(i %  h i-^ VMIMM airini Unnrti More than two million dollars hove been pant to workers who .iiied to the island and there is a balance sought the '-oourer^s would not have t pay Mr. i oil in* express.rt ihe FAST DRIVER FINED £3 HENRY TRENT of (.midland. uioes at Seoul HeadquartSt Michael wai fined El n> be *IPS Road Umlfht bagfau paid In n days or In default one .""OtK. month's imprisonment by Hi%  hprotrammo includes scenes Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell the linsls in the last Interyesterday. % %  •* Table Tennis ChampionHe was found guiltv of •scenic taken .,-. ,iie last Inthe motor tar X-234 on Black %  w Exhibltmri. of the Scouts Hock at a greater speed than 30 '* w at Scout Headquarters miles per horn %  •return from England of the The %  * Commissioner — Mr. April I. %  *• Springer. — "WWTS can sr c a film of i around ,hip Dlsrovrrt 11 "WM 'm how .o r^cue | iinnvninii boy train tu Moo. "FKKD A COLD NEW YORK For all the medical attacks up^n these so-called "anti-cold" pills. the druggists, who are still %  Culnf them by the million, lave developed a new way to make %  free m uniform wi'.fthem. They are almost ready FILM snows .. ,*) to ii .ruduce a chewing gum con"O at the British Coui.cil, taming the drugs which are supto-day i_nrt a river 1.30 p.m this t 1 ...... water %  ..iik. Compton and Captain %  work ban of ttttin \ schooners CM IV fpflno %  rv-ffn "But it afffl ll %  12 VrrmB) S.S. "(.asco^iir" TW!.. was committed on har. Two nf '.hen. wile froir. ^ anptt Uniq %  took Ihi rtnldad. The Osacoosw brougl I rayons. 11 England. it \l Jonas er, in case they Bd to build i following years. Playkaj Field*. %  nan appointed the Go', i more same view Mr. Thorn* sam that the labourers should be made to bear some of the strain and ti..' taxpayers should be eased by allow ng the doctor in |sg his charges on the labourers and allow his %  aiarj lO remain as It RFSJ Mr Sutdlfard. last year's Churehwaiden, gave a review of nil > ear's work He said that during U %  hikiiing the reward we £ %  S, '„ J^ 1 !, 10 -^ don £;. l ^"'" ""' hars to discuss Mad had to erect, a u ,th lham and other Vestries. U u ?*U ,ua !. ter *. M,n ^ r r pa iltai monay to offset had been done to the parish the lou whlch refuUed froii xhr The Christ church Vestry had iMiildaplawnu-AridforSt Thornn !" !" aon IO l J* P* !" Ihe loss which resulted fmi.i the ehurch. the chapel Almshouse aMilion u lhe Occupawy Tax. TheVortrj u.d aaked for $31 2011 ^S^X^"*!^'* h : Tnom - Vwr V **ded that Parochial Medical Oil He suggested that the chancel of the parish church should be plastered Immediately Two walks should be built loathe HogJ Innocents' (erneterv when the would build th. "* M b ^"' 0ffl r '' in mclost il f^lSmi and build a pavilion Iftht-yw mg-field, a pavilion Th.\V :n . I -I2.T50. ,1.50 pei hrad %  the pan-h'. population. It w :o !•• .i'sequeni aranls. the> %  * "I 4 ,i p.m. lnd 9 30 u^""' 1 -' To-uay's dww b !" British News. Mercy JtjBmu, Step,, ol the Baln*plIA Itlrn Strip talk) LJJ ,ill b. lor adults TJJays .how. which will be * !" will be: BritUh New,. Glrl. £ %  "' "" ' 3 d on ^* !" R[ *l al about BOO Cw^i !S *. owned by C mi's G, > "i BI "-^iy tE ":"'" FLOATING WRECKAGE A LAJIOI :. about 60 feet Ions was sighted in -morrow posed to remove the m P lorn _/ posttloil Hi. i flay Mr;,, I *^ Terii k **Macr< la Arth. Plantation Mavers of he car was .Id within a few hours. Possible selling slogan for them: "Any gub, chub?" What's On Today Casrt o( Ordinary al II.M %  •alkali al Qaeea'i rark l.M sn. ruakel Ball al Ml HO Ml p.m lkl al Ihr V M I \ IH p.m. The *i novlng In the du I. believed thn. II will drift I ward to tl* to all ship. In "I the | navigation". WHITE FLASH FOR SEAMEN has been temporarily removed Scam* flash I even ea seconds ai tm the light. %  xpeeiwi. .ind his suggested i vematives for the pandi ror Rom *^ mm ID the House of Assembly. Mr jhe Vastly decided to Mapp and Dr. Cummins. BI tht tne Paroch ai Medical Offlcer'i % urn ofTered was inadequate. salarv to 1200 per month. It was Mr. MahM who reported to tl MHO Members said lOO to reduce the thai al officer to SI2.7SO. told the other parishes were getting members that they had an %  • increase*, they too. would h formed that there was no chance to do the same. The question of the Govcrnor-in-F.xtrutue then arose as to whether thev AVaV.V.V.W-V.V.% Fresh for your Pots ! I'l IBM DOG CBOW PI IBU RABBIT CHOW n Jesor Jonas & Co, Lid Dlslrlbotars, ._ hat they had not been greatly effected by the abolition of the Occupancy Tax and had no need to join the proposed discussions // SPALDINGS TENNIS RACQUETS AND TABLE-TENNIS BATS & BALLS ARE THE CHOICE OF CHAMPIONS CARDS T every kind of \ Greeling "-%  J 4 %  MOTHERS' DAY, 11*1 BtrtMaj InvilaltiM, Children's Party llivitulion.. Weddini; Lonifratulalioii. I>MII> (OIII; rut II la I ions. > nielli t iMii;r.iUll;itiolls. Arrival and (.ifl Cards. Condulrncc Cards, YWdriiiii; I.ill. Ilirllidii> and ll.ln Scalrs. 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PAGI BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL M ife HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON 'MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY .— 30T "5 fl K. O. AXXOX T hr Hifl.ll. of MM <1 mhio NOT flO" Of TMfM SITHILV rmv tvoutOMl \nAvt TUMNfD Off ? THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS __ _-> _-; mmtrt i m*om+i cut MOMt BS*Tl^" w I -WV PLAC6 -'' / MJbi.' I'M LAP MXiW* MOWSI vWUJT XXI TQ c* fiBOCSII-TVOJ It) TL* PSBJQS>TOQE -AtC CK L* MOTMCTTvew scu CAM m na 6**tpurr -n-e *-•%  *J TV JCX-> *J T^ U#ff*HV -VX> f NM *Ov / I RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND 'THiS I* A *>J, twarTHSAATl] waai eoga OUT TO MV 0*...I WOULDN'T *W = Z WSRfi THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES Kemcmbcr this tebeH Teeth Loose Gums Bleed >~ '^ %  TSBBBBBBBBI %  Amosan For Pyorrfc,* — Trtaefc 1 IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF FIRST QUALITY •4lwatfsaskfor M ORTON STRONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGES auoym VITAL a* "MORSES A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (Bdos) LID. -PILLS HOOT 1 1 I itnr ', EaESSss H la BEWARE OF WOM I il.iltu ftfl.fi iJJ IT PAYS TO ADV1HJ Lookv. %  3 all day long TinwondtfAil MBMilioa %  mmteftilly q Amur yomulf ill i I IMM Bouquet i rary bswaw* UMB ing faartntsM I %  ni lings* MaWui you i subU) asdin ft* ft %  Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER COLG ATl.f ALMOIIVI .*IIT CO HEALTH BENEFITS U • FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIL • NO INJURIOUS AFTEREFFECTS • SAFE IN ACTION CASTOR OIL tads by ALLEN I HANBURVS LID., I Mill Agent for Jamaica. LEVY BROS. LTD., 44 PORT ROYAL ST., KINGSTON, JAMAICL / More Nourishment for your money QUAKER OATS Quaker Oats supplies active people with key food essentials needed for vibrant energy and real endurance. Quaker Oats offers these important benefit 4 all in one delicious, nutritious food. And in Quaker Oats all the goodness is put there by Mother Nature herself! It's Nature's wav !<> flowing good health. Have Quaker Oats for breakfast every ti.iy to ,arry you through with tifJjot> uus -. ncrgy! MOM ENERGY •, rid i. <-4*r*c> *m STMNOTH W-ry.lp-.i~.. MOU STAMINA y k, TkM.iviM. 1,, mfSf INJOVMINT mlU^tmuym*, **to '*** \ Of In the design of the new s Dunk-p Fort, noihing has been neglected which will give added safety. By incrcasing the dtpth of the ire,d pattern, the tyre's road >K Ming qualities—increased tr ip and skid resistanceare nainiaincd throughout the hie of the tyrc.aince the tread pattern penista to the end. This it just one of the mam safety Icatures which make thj new Iron the one ryre Uw has nxrytMu*. Srvs> Tha Inargy a>wokfotr! tv.ii i rupi..( wssM, Add salt, a/hew boiling, add l cup of CHikc. *>ssfc Cook it, surnag, for hac'sall DUNLOq FORT %  %  %  %  ,. < , „I-,I •:;,. ,„, '"'i. ECKSTEIN BROS. BV II



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i-HlllA V. APKH. 21. ! %  • %  CLASSIFIED ADS. BAKHAIMiS U>M PACK SE\ IV FOB BKXT %  ATBS. jMroUSOTOMTs rot IAIX v •"' p w" i. W !" "" *" ra WBUC U3 AUCTION AND iiEAL jTi 7 • • fcr*" 1 Mb Sl^SrocXTt M.niS W-H: SALES AUCTION £93Sr£5g "Jtlrfw. '"ujle bedMeada with ."•rtowny chair*. jyw^^tabi. dr*e*lrur' S£B" table, other 21 .| DARCY A. SOOTT IN MEMORIAM JfjTvWGlNIA AIJJYNC wn< [EM tw ""• > *< %  "" 21 (1 "•• I Thi* I* (M %  >' "' *"' remembrance. M ana bitter to ircall. When Ihe on* e "our woe taken, B, hort and widdon mil. So one know* how much we ml** Ctr. Iff onr Kiam (he bitter pom. iifr will never be the aarnc. bu Alieyne, Edna Alley nc. Sjdne. ljL**. Gerald"* Daniel i Children. jagpb .Yurie Ivy Gordon. 31.4 SO—In. IB ftr lowing memory of our belovr I JSLgT MATILDA WOHHIXU *ho Z^arud ihlj life 2IU o< April 1M*. h-Tiaer. Uwl v %  jtoaoin* nioy wither, nowm may die frlmd* irey ror*jet you but never A noble irnlhar lioneM and kind What wonderful memory *hleli behind -„ i MM*WUJ % %  am i%  u ni f y i nd >t*> died an 4w livedrvi-ry body Lrtrnd FHMd Wom-ll 'brother. USA I. rm(jer*Jd Worrell ami Berreford Wor-41 '"v. l* Wtrrell iMeMri. Kdn.. Uhfrril and Mabel Wimll dovuMUeii %  t-l** 1 Ben'. Oawsal. Victor. Carli inkvuc rraraarhlldj-rn' und p^d. 21 4.50-In I HAVE • % %  Ford me > one model. ai a*-*, DARCT A sc rr. %  r.true-la*, lo -et •! %  Chevrolet St> I* Chevrolet Truck, IN REAL ESTATE Jliblic .-wnpetillon:"I -hare* U I pi HOUSES _2 !" £"f>*. •* %  *•!. fexdnej a*, m .^L^S 10 ^'; !" h b.ih* wi* tait J !" Ju * 'M ridly (umi.heu relep)^^ 4r U 4 SG-an fl-AT -At Be, l DleJ tIM %  e>n, ftuiv tunu*h*d loncw. ftom ' M>V II *Se" IN CARLISLE BAY HOUMJ !: ,,,, H|i | i om July to October inclueii.. i> .> wved tenant S wiZibU T 8LX *" %  • Arthur Oo, Ltd 19 4 W--* fl from Bob Kins '" ( W""-tomi II, r?V t E *? llm,t "• Uthuui Fully fore"e^ui-. f Ur &,dre0m '-flm,tor. 4 :.0 -t ( n wr^f 8 ? •£2 T ~ C *" %  Wrk ( 1 '" _" % % %  l 4 SO-t (, n '^nieo -ite rf Blue W*ter. Hotel N.wiv it" linen end ruuVrv Si (B| w k 1 rw>u f. a I*"" 1 Mf lei torfoi t ,(|e 4 iO—l#n WAITED .hare. In the RTMg i CE %  CARRINQTON fl, SEALY J -r l *.4M ~to. A TYPIST for our c. mal Clarkje. Phone 4530: a to 4 p HEIP "AESTM ** %  ASSISTANT \USTIUSW bfl Archie tll dra Srhooi from ihe SepWnrxr i nwr.ij.irjr, PKlLMIKOi C -• %  Ji iquert Street HQ h BIIBINin oppruKimaielv FOII SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR-r.ml H) I }f*ir Appli: 1*. fert 1(40 lt. ited 3 aood t ... Jl 4.60CAH-lMw Aii-ini A-TD. (Umujed I .'t>oliUm Oor.w MU M liie lane. 1*.4 50^n CABV-One Aurtin 10 II P. Saloon 1846 MeM at nelly good order. Cole el Co U W -ir. CAR-1VU V4 Model In good i-uiuUnit orear s lhle>', Cbaooau faMRB or pnou 4101 CAH-M G SporU Model. nianUe order, nr* tyre* and .top. N<*MBreM offer rrfuaed. Apply Il Irty Klrton. Phone 3415 11.4 50--Cn MOTOR CAR B S A. 1(1 If.P flu 1 •jehtM drive—d.i\ •. owner drive-. %  Mi rondm IM APX: Mr. Arrher: Itednmn A Taylon Csrapl 21 4.50— Tn ELECTRICAL COOIZRATUh: r F Good condi I-*. BarbMo* Ice Co. Ba> %  t %  -> in %  OWOIaTATOH t-1 lae V ot. America i W** cubic It. In oerfr.' I neMiJ>l. 31 4 50 JmtrTAito \ c Z^" t ""-" %  i "?, _* ^row""lrm draw. ... "ivl ? room*, toilet and baih Mn. Front vernndah, Electric light, power and water M 'r-Ulled Iheouejiout* ir^'^ !' Phone 2JT7 RW,,0n ,y curIr-tiiSr. W !IL l !i, m ,,p to PMlc at n^J S? J J.2P **" %  A P"' '• ?uc 0^,^% r icuUr n nd HUTCHI.NSON i llANFinj 54011.:' Jame* Mreel iriKT 1IAVKN" BrWh-^n Dear I. Sa-^ lloi*t>. all convenience.. u**t he-ch and bun. Low land rent. I„premlap* at an> I I"" I OMi ln : '.IH. is 4 : .ng nUTE WATERSi. on ^e landTde t the road facing the Bay „ JJ^, %  fiuare feet of land Including the Ian. "S. 0 !" !i^ '* d """"hd to the water', edge. Th>> house contain! verandah, dri^rui and dining room*, three b*J. room* wiin nmniiie water. And all ot."H" "wludinB kitchen wl& cupbtJ< 7t 1 *!: * pl "'">'. Qand Radio inruiled. Garage and Servant! iQOsta In yard Inmectlon any day-Phone 8368. Mr Bellamy The above will be aet up to public "it %  the office of the underrriday. the tilt of April. 195S. CATUUNGTON Ac SEALY. ru %  nanng .uiU denp Sublecti. Salary, on Government Scale, aecord'•* to quailfhMlona and experience ^l^ llratlorel eaVang n-.in;,,,',..,.. ,.,. ~ T f* and euh>ecu ofTei. > <%  ltadmiitrn! rrath i M*>31.1 .1H1. COUNTIH ASBWTAN'T f,^ ,^, More Apply m pemon t.".ml Drtia-geiK .%  . renew. Chrin ChuKlt. 3) 4 M~tMATRu\ Fur Old l^dy'i llome Vuat be a good rtouawheeper and have knowledge or nunang Applv MISCELLANEOUS IN POUT Boh AhaajaWBtf*. %  Uarva HenrietU Scb fiiUmi •** >• U W Ibona. Soh 2,.•-.... *. %  • --incejaa loulw. %h Ptillip H Ii-> ; >on. Sch Uar> M W..* Sch Mary t Woluw. Srh Uanon Be.* WoUlTprft I la* Moeteao. Srhdoner Mo: . *n Sch Henrv n Wal'.jr* Bel %  niaFlBi fl Ben i^ ZaJUre. 1 lona Hanr.aau. M^F^ ^ieealeaL ABBI> AI s %  Oa wmmt >*l <"" mawr*. from Xlarumo, \,, M Jonaa I Co IU "i Benny. 3.UI Ui. laaat. frarn CuiaoaO. Ajeni. Pl*-i 'aUona lid Yawhl Tern III. II ton*. Owl luu. %  -on, UanuuLie l)*PAIIl R|> H-lM>oiwr lauaalpha. BB lona rut ~ < Turtlclafi. MS Kaawnt lawparM. £ r> Kaitor, SS Fidgor. SS Mlaaln Kldefc, S n. Thelub--!.-. Bakka, s s i-dy Nei%on. s s O B K. 1 Sorenaen. 9S AffaMlna. SB Ad' 1 KJJ lalde. W Straaboioi:. fe %  SS TtUMMpu. A9. Afuruarii. SS Wharf. BB Tuna. ^OJal>4)l OLD GOLD AND SILVXK-Higtieat price* paid for old gold and Mhrar ;e*elI tory and .crapn Y. De Uma AI Co. Ltd., 10 Broad 15.4SO-n. I KID rOiTAOt (.IAMI'HAMIM for nwtl .Ump* arlatj, iiu-rchandlae. urn u crimcrn*, clothing, pen*, etc will be Milt in rxi "MKitT MATHIF.C. WINMASH, US A. 30 4 *o-?n PI'BLM' MMHIS "£25 '*" l| y *antd by obtaining order* for private ChrUlmaa Card! from *our friend*. No prevloul experleno ~8S? U ~Z. ^T JTaS ,rX"! L"T'iJL "• "*" '" —"•""' "~ 1 --ample Booh to Britain'! largest and 'xemon Puhuahara; higheat eommlauon. raarvelloua money "">tng opportunity Jwiee. WUJIama c Depl 10 Victoria *"• %  Praaton. Erullar" ARJUVALABY 1* W.I A 1From TriiUdaaJ; Vertwn Qoddard, Lhd Grandtaon Nar>i-n Waiu>n. Carl Bran. Tt!,,,,^, Hulay. From La UiaMiw Irmie Do Btreliuu. Noll) Frank Wheeler lT-.m St LUCIA; Gilm Peter. Itugn JI-n' %  Neol.> Belle, Sibyl Jjtkii-iti. Mane Kouert*. Clement Duranl, 1 Claud Philip.. KajniQW o, pain la IV'i kei -.-. 1 OOa; Uoyd Maaheaoii. Iffra. M. Sth Jim, tTth Jur,i itth >pr arm A> tth Ma1:1.1 M 10th Jup mh Jv letr. |th Ji lalth Jui lin Ai ITtn 5ia> %  ll'h Jn.nc 14th Jul 14th Ao~ 37tn Mai 15th Jul> ei Arru•1 Join Allvri %  Beta Arrive* toy ^Z jne m—. *h Apr 1-::. Hai 31 it Jun 10th July tth AUaT tn v.. ;?*.. Ml 13th Ju.; ttu .\ :hcnaa without notice rare* aad ftalgbi tilted with cold itoroge chayi"ppUeatlon lo:— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AgenU. St KIIU-N'CMI calling 31(1 April Tha M.V. "Daarwood %  si Luehv st ... 11 M I W llOONa.ll OWNERS' ASSOCIATION llMC Comibiiee* TIX. 4B4I MAIL NOTICES %  nder Pinoel. KagVHered and ioi-i. I • % %  %  lienenil POat Offlce a* %  %  IIE. LE.. rilA.XSAI I \\ HOI I FRENCH USE Naiilny 10 %  10 Trinidad P%M M I s KApril Mb. 1950 UASCOGNE". %  April :61h, 1950 11th, 1950 M1SK IU) yii. .1 **> SlU, 1950 2Sl:i. 1950 July lib, 1950 %  I 1 tOi lurthcr DBTI p|j to:— & M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. 1 : %  1 .. I.OVEB.VMEVI Mill! I Obiervunce of His Miji-iv Birth Ills M. day in 1950 on Thuradiy, tin 8U| "' 2. In 19u5. Thursday Ihe 81h ol Jum VKTIO.X SALE 1 roam %  1 iai tf %  OB fill nf HauiBBcr. M Mil DIXOhiBBI iuos The tmdoraiajted will offer for Sal* M their Cjfrlcea. No: n. High street. Bridgetown, on F-i.Uy the 11.1 d*V of April man. „| 1 pm A fully paid up Policy In the TUirha. Ufa AmmiHr Society, on IBB Ha* 01 A P. aged 71 >.. • t.ooooa Bonu. to 1*45 A.BM M Preaciit Surrondar Value .. ll.Ift.ot Dal llaf 4 Oenrr.i %  TUiiraulc SEVTRAL IhXKi' FltFI^BtlB condl*1*" Auction Room*, Hardwood MISCELLAN EOUS 7UMof every detection Qkaa China, old JaweU, fine SUaar. %  ^toun Early hook*. Map.. Auto"JfW 7 U <;onlnge* Antique Snop. •*aung Boyai Yacht Club ^ 1J.4B.—Lf.n. SW AND TRUCK TYRJZS. ntak ?* %  _?*elend and are *or %  ?• %  %  W have tuai raceivaal ""••"•aWe have n > lo eiya*j when lhe> HlltM-. HaT, IS 4.50—311. J^TON o| Cutler, ^gaining \2" !•* a* Ralph A Iwn.d-. Auction "a ran.!*,,,, ,u, r Phoiir 4*43 jo.4.So BB. 9m PI ,:.N,J, v ,. ,, aw lam „, ,4, vardtai. BTANWAY STORE. Lucaa Street. 11.4 W In ADtou nuijia v-,ien of : "^* Barrow. Phone A1M-4BH 1 4 507| to ^Amsn> PtPE. „ rjU! „.,,.„„„ yj*** 4 Mlv-ntoyd pipe. ISc to 11 H ** %  • A. BAHNtt 8. CO LTD 15.3 50 t f 1 mu.i__. * PRIGEJX1NTS A tarlj II drug 1 %  tore* !" ^ "VATHSRH£AD LTD 4"*-n ^ %  mjUUDOJ TRW-K TYRI_."v '•TfiU ,: ."!"" '= ••* "* •* %  *Auto T>r. (>> a. C*K MAT-Ju nolnd I, ,"2L~. or. aUauu. £>. %  Mm •55"* S""' l^[ Malar Cvru a—^^^ irOrn imia 1 Ob-Op h-r ) %  .. pafji 1 and c wrd. per Ib at 0*11 or Un ilon Facton l-td 20 4 50 In We will set up for mile nl public coinnetitlon at our Offee No. 17. 11.uh s%  iridaVtouni. ..11 Friday the Mlh day ..f April ISM m 2 30 1 All that three-.toned nie-miare or dwelling houee known a* The Brick HoLiw and Ihe land therein belonging, conialnlrig by admeaturrment 3.014 roimal*l T one BBd quarter aerea Al I>--.. Bay, SI Jamee. aJao wooden garage tor two caara, %  ervanla room, acr^anU toll** and largh 'owl run. For inrpeotion; Apol> Lwrgnce iCaratakeri OppoMIe Quaro Bob" for further liu-ormatlon1 to CR ha Palm*-. Cheaprtde J**""** MB Tl 1 '•' BTArTWAT STORE. laaoaa Street NOTICE %  gritjm j J !" <* %  *Artku. of Aa* %  %  %  > ihi i srupp.ua: .(* ^. U w TRANW-ER __j*Tam or -tj""'" m ZZ m "*, *• "aaurt "* D. m. u ^ n -"" *, ,. B**anata*r-J %  eaBB] Str^n BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AlihH Phone 23M oii.tr HaaUnci Hotel Ltd. Place their services at your disposal for the Sale of any property. . INDL'STRIAL lUMMKRUAL RESIDENTIAL No coat to you unlff* we sell Should you desire to buy or IISsI Li t 19.4.50—2n CLUB Sl-CRKTAKVS.HIVAC A NT: AJ'PUCATTONS -re invited far the Swetaryahip of the St cuir Club. Port-of-Sp-m. Trinidad, which become. vacant on Ihe SIM. July, 1BB0 Free qu-rler* *uit*bl* for retired married pie together wllh light and telephone muen appUcauono ihould be addvaaead to HE 1'Rrr.rDlaVT. St. Clalr Club, II :i_ i ..v.>l K. ... 15 4 SO-fln LOM A llll Ml LOST TICKETS One Bo-Ji of H Summer IBAO Ticfcela, St-rle* 0hVBO %  ' ... .. ". >i CO LTD .Advc0 In NOTICE BY NOTIFY thai NaKhurnal i:>okurdaa Chmllanl ha* been bapUaed b> the Very Rev Dean || ( ,u-lUn*-ii n April 1MB at SI. Michael Cathedral wln.li time Joseph Nathurn*) akurdaa ChalLmi Hmdx Imlian Thw nth dary of November 1MB. I igned my ill thai Ue Very ne\ Dean nilchii.ion tliould be nevutor for m> ktale 1 hereby Withoriee llarbr 11 I olhvt nil debta due and owing to me. Signed J N. THAKURDAS CMATLAN1 104 50-4n. NOTICE Owing 10 the difficulty of tendering to. the replacement of the Oalllng al Iw Pariah Church without nrat removng the old one. I now call for tender* lor the removal of tha main ceiling of lie Paruh Church Teiidn> -ill be received by in* up to Mary
The Barbados advocate
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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: Friday, April 21, 1950
Frequency: daily
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April 21.
Bmrtotiws
fluuitcate
Prift:
IVE JEMS
tear 55.
Communists Behind London Dock Strike
MP. WANTS TO END
CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
IN THE COLONIES
Will Ask Griffiths
(From Our Own Cnrrfspoiulcnl l.
LONDON.
Apnl M.
EVENTUAL abolition of corporal punishment in nil
Ji' colonial territories is being ought bj Labour M.P
Vj Reinlil Sorensen. This will aRecl all Wi t Indian
' iim except Trinidad where it is no longer in force.
**"" Mr Soramra i- the
Drinks From
Mother's Skull
"*"*" KINGSTON, J'ca.
k rfouti <"lin Jamaica's tourist
Jre, Nlontego Kay. toll
2Jrto drinks from a most un-
Sl dnnking vessela cup made
Mb to* dtull o( his mother.
At b*r m ,nt" northstde re>rt
_ flglj^ a customer approached
J, counter, askt-d for a drink of
kWrum.ihen took from his hip-
3ft what looked like a skull,
{-prised fellow customers saw
j-i H was indeed n skull.
Qucsuoned about tin- unusual
gjliir- which he held by the
i.w n Jiuomei said that it was the skull
jhis mother who had died when
tewas three days old. forty years
im Recently her body had been
ajugup in the couiiio. und he had
ipprooriated the top part of the
till] and made this macabre
^rifla***"! vessel.
The custom of filling with silvei
Mi using as drinking cups ihe
afculii of then slain enemies was
widespread among certain Gothic
mbes about 1.200 years iigo.
Sweet Orange
Juice
iftuDMoa Mroc-Uf CorrWM>.l*'iti
KINGSTON, J'ca.
The British Ministry
an signed a ten-year contract
with the Jamaica Citrus Urowt i
Aswcuuon to buy 4750 tons of
concentrated sweet orange juice
usually from Jamaica. Similar
contracts will also be given to
fnntdad (or 1,500 tons and to
British Honduras for 750 tons.
The contract with Jamaica bc-
(AuMs cflective on October 1, 1950.
To supply its quotn Jamaica will
Mm to produce m million boxes
a? rweet orange* annually, as
plait last yeu -otal production
of ipproximatelv 500,000 boxes.
It it not expecteu that the whole
of the 2,750 ton
in the rirst few veura, and at prcs-
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I
On Apnl 1!G he Will
Colonial Secretarj Mi
Griffiths uii
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will seek
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Mr. Griffiths wl
wtul ire the i
native 111111 1 1
and. ponde .whether
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At tlit- moment there m "<
tain rolonir-. w litre mineral (HUB*
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eertain rolonles where it tu 10*"
be said "That doeVnl setM right
to me. 1 would
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form of evolved "
(B I tbto),
Washington
-Bermuda Air Fare
Cut Likrh
WILKIIN MwU '-"
ISAACS TELLS CHURCHILL
BRIDGETOWN U.l.i

Plane Takes
Three Hours
To Land
PARIS
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Lng on the and.
Company
its
log to reduec
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from $126 to IBS
charge;; from Nee

tetement ai Ibi
of the Company's stockhob
'fbe'^pplTed Mid that
.....ud stores- Ington Bermud
at the Citrus Growers Ajsocia- too high ..1
tton estimates to I* able to sup- Acron
ply only 1,000 tons during the | Now Tariff it wll
fait year of the cu
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enaceatrated citrus mice is now in on nights from N<
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Walk, St. Cathen
$37,000,000 Down
tattaao-. Advocate CDrrMpgndvpK
KINGSTON, J'ca.
Jamaica's adverse trade balance
jar \9i'J a.i- .ipproximately
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This gross adverse ti
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SIX MONTHS
FOR NYLONS
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FOR PRINCE BAVDOUS
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r '

ihl. eVpon ,uc 'r' n os "- *** -
from farm workers m the UniU-d ''
Bute of America and revenue
wrned irom the tourist trade.
, for smuggling n> I
Gonzalez pleaded guilty li
.. .
When tbeae an reckoned it is 'stockings and to keeping 102 pair>
**Ptcd that they will substan- which police found in h
nally reduce -n. i>uter.
CHRIST CHURCH VESTRY
LAY RATES FOR 1950
AT FIRST NIGHT SITTING
Taxes Go lip I-
IT IS estimated that the Christ Church Vcstiy
pend $120.46 du
1112,696 last year.
Antigua
Port Workers
Still On Strike
Body I'ouml In
A Well
IN BAHAMAS
A b.
Ketty Rennet
.-.
'.
quarry. Police had to pUl


Jjpjod$l20^>46 during the currenl yeai 1 compared with
The Vestry holding :
.
to be the onl> night adtUDg hi
..nd so far.; returned to the

ANTIGUA. Apnl 20
Antirua Trade Laboy,. Union.
Jjy^g l>een victorloua In th. 1
f1"*" Bryeooi rorema
^proceeded to make furthei
J^wjaonthisiirm which result-
r* onion demands autl
3nw^VPdo,e* -""' !"1"'"1 und
"^nn riflceeaioni
rates to-
.
j.t tended.
On land. UM v- "**
per acre H 1 Ompeitd Ith H*47|
last ye. S I
trade 16.65 cents in t>
cumparcd with 14.78
meat dam m n la-
iraata <>i ai>ui U ii 1 < 1
usi rtai inNi
1 ,n i-i.
Drink It I'ree
In Paris
parh



Inli-Plck-Pockei
Campaign in Hah


1


1 of their
1
Router
Fight Lies
With Truth
TRUMAN CALLS FOR
CAMPAIGN
WASHINGTON April 20,
;d on the free aaUon
world to impatgn ol
.n propa*
' UM Amciuan

:
I

I l.le>s crl Ihr i.il sli >
eegee .....Ikec atvta-
1 In m rtl hm Ike battla t>i
iena 1Illld^ b> defaoll he nM
.
l>ean Aehi

i;: the frit

I \enulf t. IImi
it ni rimn ii.in.m-in is spread e must
reeeaaaa 11 wiiu Ineieet lafenav
linn about freedom nd If-moc
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Twistii 1 tm

but It wi damage

The Conunun
., t tht
We kno bo*
m ua to know I
"
i; ruler.
Nationalists
Bomb Troops
In Hainan
LONDON, April 20
gRITAIN'S Minister of Labour, George Isaacs,
to night dubbed as "clearly Communist inspir-
ed" the spreading strike which threatens to para
lyse the port of London.
BetweeP 6,000 and 7,000 dockers had to-day joined
the strike which began suddenly yesterday after-
noon.
Nearly Ualf the 89 vessels in the port were idle or
undermanned und leaders were moving up and down the
1 ivac urging the remainder of the 27.000 dockers in Britain s
ure&test iwrt to ioin the strike
-?. Mr. Isaacs told the House of
Ihi strike was due
:o the decision of the
Union the Transport
General Worker*to expel
three member! because of
ittvttkw during 1 strike which
. d the Port of London last
summer.
"The present stoppage is clearly
Communist inspired and is noth-
ing else than on attaek on the
: h ei.institutional
rules of the Transport end Gen-
eral Wi Mr Isaacs
said.
"It is significant that the leader
ittaeh is 1 member of an-
Othi 1 I'nion "
no way
- with
empli M and
conditions of employment,
shot's once more the len*:'
which the Communist are pre-
pared to go in their losing at-
tempt to gain control of the
Trade Union Movement "
The C.overnnient was deter-
mined tb..l the vital interests of
the nation must lie safeguarded.

hjiiN wax replying; to a ques-
tion kfi < Conservative l^ad'r
Wuishiii 1 hurelull who aiter-
ar,i ekpreMied n tw-half of the
whole llou*>e upporl Tor the
Minister's attitude
Official figures nnounced this
sjtetneon showed k.737 dOekeri
had loined tht mere
than the earlv mmninK total and
nenrlv 4.000 more than last night.
There were 41 ships Idle. 10 un-
ilei manned and <* working.
Router.
iion. a 20.
is
bofnba on 1
troops on torthwest
ttempi la bun 01
1 '.itiK was
N
Ki'iinus.1
. ol trn-ir

: loops, landed by
.rod 1. foothold In ti.e
Dfl MOO-
hat 5.000 ti -i:.'.
tai nt ovei 8,000 men neei
I.mkau.
mi Reng
Kong bel ...
sjded, *iy'
mailer groups, were ..'ntutuui* to

l'. .iv el i,il> '
Conunuoial soi
'
'hat 5.000 of U.
h:, I been Keuter
\ alicaiiDouhls
Authenticity
Of Agreement
II SILIERS
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Under it 1- hoped th 1
t to take
1- r on.
VATICAN, A|
red arlth
st
. sgreenienl
badoa Regiment
Communist Goveinnnnt.
---------------
Only2Yt3amFortJS
To Develop bnporto
Homo
when
.
atenl
on the recognition

.1
I b> the
Ill'lM
1
.
ilatei increased, the
Renter. Kreler.
Man For
5 Years
QRAZ, Ku



ll IB53.

'endant. Margaret II.

Hi.,
he court sent'
months, mo
"ilsed she
would "ft
'If you
uren't cun
\atiomitisation
In Rumania
BUCHAIUBBT, April 20.
.
ixed property <- 1
111..1 lendo
Bd oilier
of the major Bour-
... 1
Inga undei

n.t property ol
m Rumanii
I
artisans.


nd Moaii
vUI ha i 1 oi -
wi. wd
te will i>e

The state will lake over pro-

1 have the
trailer.
Yugoslav Officiul
Calls On Platyras
ATHENS. April 20.
The Yugoslav Charge D'affaires
ierif Sehoivic, made a half
hour call on General Nlcholois
Platyras. the new f.rrek Prime
and Foreign Minister.
The interview was most cordial
the general said .norwards, but
hated to make nny furtn-r
;.t imtii he had leen the
1 lor.
Sotyietn Semi
Moles On Trieste
WASHDfOTOrl, Apnl 20.
irtaeenl an*
id today that the
l>epuly Foreign Minister. Mr.
Andrei Ol...... anted a

ID I Krcinn
I
Renter.
The
.
jjj"1''-Baldwin .-ind his paitv , Q ,,, ihink n is rolni I r> Setui
le t.aA\, ktatlawM IMi i------,\----.. I unnl
Krul-r.
of Si Kltts


Who SuvedCzechoslovakia? Briti*h idu8irii *
_, ,, o ... 1 rorill Vllliill.r
Insamr Given In Prague Spy I rial

.prll 20.


It r. r ith Ihc .
'ICUK \
1 r Ited s- .. Embaaay.
-' I II (C.I I
Exporl Tr.i.
WrivM J"u"'" '" hla parly ;
larlou. T *lo"u'r'"1 "' '

ii^i of Dun
long.

^-- GranUty Adams
2?1 ,R 1- Brad.ha
>lao h,r,
jy"r > lhal
SJiL'' trlndinn due- I
JJJtll shortly
? huw-rrd and
?*- ".cotton .r,- -
,^2S "** havln miaanl
liaahf00"'*"011 >*
E.?? *nd ,hc '"<
bau SL*""' du b Canadian
tr_J,?rfo*. Alreac,
,^ ""Ol co.t ( ]ivin, ,, ,otr_
(By Cabll
called .11.'
.:'. thiB

..k.t.
Fourteen Sam?
pourh 1

1 ease of
'tanas, far
the assistance tu

Churchwarden Ml
carried on so smoothly and sa-
sk on eegc
Fit
i members


Rruter.
He Wahl.
instruc-
Whcn uski ! by II
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the
my and
ither Allied ai



, 11'
Re-
Re eter

l)ie Welt Will
Change Hands
ing up Hi' .
,n Minulr
Rs-iter ReUi
Should a young wile be practical
about money matters?
'V'"Nr course I'm practical about money matters ..
V^ I have to be I I may not understand hlafl
finance, but I am the one who must budget the hornet
expendituree . It's my fob to stretch the dollars to
ieed and clothe a growing family.
"That is why 1 look upon my husband's Use
Insurance as a joint responsibility his and itung*.
If I should ever lose him, It is the children and Z
who would sutler without an income to replace hie,
earnings.
"So we plan our Life Insurance together to provide
me in case ol need. Hit responsibility Is to earn
money . mine Is lo see that some of It is made)
available to meet the premiums as they fall due.
"If I had not been willing to play my part, my
husband would have found it impossible to provide
the financial protection lhat our family needs."
MANUFACTURERS
LIFE
INSURANCE
COMPANY
Mllhwd IU7J OeONfO, CANADA
UdAewrt-.
- CI.YTSE WAU
P.O.
W. S. MONKOS *
pirncR iwvssrrxviux
1 hit** R#iar-*JMi4Miv*
Nr. PtatttW ill' Hlffl flt-Mt.
As*jit.


PAGE TWO
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Qa/ub Qaliinq
Choirboy collar
h "Caracas journal"
was taken In I! .
nhere?
Antver to:.
M
V ADAMS, .r I 10 hi at!.
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On Honeymoon
M
Remaining Here






mrm na;
isaaasla such as Bern:
Now Ha. A Beard
-i;h vho was in Bar-
lonths age
ifo by plane on a short
r*, Warren
m

.p rioae. He -a ill

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He hopes to Sail
..- and also
. ice from
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First Holiday In 3 Year*
ink'A ftp'
Man Wins
i'200
v I:
r * V3ABY LOWES
ROBINSONS
'PATENT'BARLEY
has mtlk mort difssttble for bsby
(uticura
X* TALCUM **
asadoam-
S KliCCKtC
Travelled on The "Cjolfito"
MR. M
has air:'

II .
ana a Kawwsr usat 1
IIUY.tl. Worttungs
* IN Caufht
.: JASON a'c*'
,S- eU*r RYA..
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I MIMHE
AQIATM nimi.VK.MA Mami^M
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TONIGHT to Tuesdai Nt.ht i K 39
Till: TIME. THE PLACE 1 .. ,1m,-
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PAGE MARTHA VICKERS CARMEN AVAI LaS
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;.us just gone to
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hip, had

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U'KIL . <*
KAKBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE

Editors Are
j^ot Scruffy
, DON '."""
.ords "
V ;'n',:.r, ,,, lhe Royal
, *, Stiwl. S.;i |
edlW
Ml Off U
_,', cotttctive vi< of u:;-
"_, WHOM. un*u.dded col-
iid ua,,-
. led '""
Zl uinoH.nl Ho added:
Ji ol dress :" '"able lo 1*
JSooked. bul Tor the most pan
^mcily has vanished"
", i, was lo an odilor st.ll
_Sm Mnon:a eccentrlcltlea nl
TE|*ardian flavour that Tailor
h Cullef lve ' rushes!
TZm. Slier describlnj U
JSTand jtralght-oul jacket front,
mepublir-i" Irirujly;
-If lhe J'.ckcl could "'.'
iiditly lonwr M would have
idn'vcrr clOM ' '"'I raarks.
Along wiih Its tempered
,i Caller handed out
foe advice lo oBI
ut way '
ng coll.ir
ml a loafer lackel willi
"JFor/V-S/iy"
Jailed
LONDON,
Arthur Conwy, ot Hotherharn,
Yorkshire County, is the tirst
man in Britain to be labelled
"Work-shy" and jailed (or it by
the State:
In the tirst case oi Ita kind
AoukMr width to neutralize thel brought by the National As-
mprtssion ol b bulky special an- m-uicic Hoard, Cotiwey 37. wai
yfmiaiy edition I *enteneed to three months for
The edit iling to "maintain himself."
received an He got another three months
) hi* attire Bi :im consecutively for failing
_ to pl<:
vhen he ip large glen
and an odd hiipped the
k like a
couple oi
3 Czechs Ktsigii
British Embassy
to maintain his wife and child.
Prosecutor R. F M. Til
the board were now Uk
lty for granting relief, and were
rider a duly to help the needy
lie added:
With work-;h\ ;
Prom July, 1948 until February
28. ID50. Conway and hit wife
out $400 from the
Assistance Board. Before
July, 1W8. Conway received Poor
law relief.
Con way's wife cnmmente When my husband was not
working I don't know that he did
Britons Collect
Crocs
STEADY!
raapondai
KINGSTON. .
The cost of living
Jamaica was steady bet v..
runry and March, according to the
latest lis'r,
BUM.UI Ol Stilt. '
the index was 252.31
March 252.r.. Food I
'Hi up !> two points,
but ihere waa an off-*."
of almost 7 pointa in clou
Oil In Jumaica
OMrtaaaa aovo.,.1. ONnaN.....
KINGSTON. Jamaica.
The discovery ol
i
far back as December, 1948 hrw
by Mr. Harry V
ident of the Jamaica Manufac-
turers' Associal;ol
of his presidential addn
annual meeting of the
tion last week.
PRAGUE, Apnl SO
Three Czechoslovak employee:

It Prague I I, it was
i
milch He has laved in bed
INJ*
y ,
Prague, mi to
ngaiei-ti and fifteen yew
labour (oi
in addn
lltvak n
British Infi and' W)N! I
|| in.'
mem hai.
iJ^ntvuL Soutn

Mi Written mediately stiap-
theBntUii
Hyingih.nt Lion -fhe era
Service pr ,70 cents
jwtare ol .
...
.-" dig* i shallow
MINI Its RECORD '" l,: .
; Customers have bee;.
theii
miner for n he died If C" Id ihey are inclined to turn
Went I v He ,-ent Into the pus .nasty. They can be fed on any
tan he .. i old. | raw meat or fish and (>n live
Declining to
of the discovery. Mi.
said that the discoverer had
ported the matter lo the
t.r-,n-Kxecutive Council suggest-
ing that it should be acta
exploited, hut thai
had 'ignored the i
deposit completely.
Coming shortly after U
merit, wns a Goverruneni ai
nouncement thai wortj
to Ix'nin on a 11
of Jamaica. The G ivei
aeologist. Dr. V A I

gramme of work, which fi Ui
<>n the CD. tt w. grant I
i\v ii (oi tta i.
I i-om-
plcled in I95*> a-
great urs>
Canada Can't
Start Too Soon
Hv D01 OL \s now
Canadian ITr* .SUIl Writer
of optn
art) new
-..,:
i nator of
Civil Dofi
n training
organized
aloiiuc
assault.
I
heir place
of the

' opptit
I '

.


1
'LI"
Hospital
Strategy
TOtJLjOrf.
Like all Fren
the bW| Toulon Hospital
i lo pull a gag )ust for
Bui lhe> also know huw to
: | useful art sat
practical purpOW
the chill\ the hospital
iward student I
I'o. at the
i a room
rat! iimo
t] bUob liud always
vacua pnentai a
With the rrtvml ol Spring and
derided thai talking h l
md Qm tiim- had
, :i..'i
i lose on a
Lite pup toot pitataad
11 sji i ..( thi
big hospital. SO steps from thi'
thnpel and a scant 20 from the
.
A sign on Hi., ten) tKtre the
ll tan stays
.. room ciscwhero.''
i.mund its
teeth, threatened to dismiss th<
i ihp gag and ihrn put
1 of the
Ai won
l.N.S.
World News
Shorts
AFRICAN TOIIACCO
CAPROWM
A large toba-Cl
South Afnc.i
vaal for the thud contecutlve
year. The harvest lust cum-
aatfanatad at 11.171 MM
pounds.
(\ mis own ma
;D, Suffolk. England.
Frith Dawson.
latri .Tockmnkors. is iv-
tiring. Dawson estimates he baa
MTV than S0.0OO clocks
;md wat
__Cf
KFVK1LLK FOR IIOKSK
BROULTY, Kent I ,
11 .
.
kigie. Tba aound frtal
too waa lined
Ivnig the ..:
SPOKt: TOO S BKMBRIDGI
Noihmg 10 repeat
footpaths eotnmitl
eouncU meeting. At that
the villafa conataaaa weaaacl in
ami said: dentlemen. the clitf
tpseti natUF the coast-
guard statiun and four footpath
11 dtttappeai cd."
__Cft
AN ICY VOYAGE
MONTREAL.
Four dogs are back at home
lown Uv
st Lawrence Mvev on i block i'
lea Thr .logs wen net rescuer.
i iitil the] had ajBaOBl
Three Rivera,
.CT
FIRST SHIP HOME
NT
Algeriuv'
i port roeantly loadeu
with 27,000 seals altal
fasteM
'
. the Drat of thi i
sealing Beet to return to St John's |

YOI R IIKAKT ISNT IN IT.
BROOKLYN Unexpected t-up-
Krt lei prepnaaai for earlier cloe-'
rubs and night dubs came
from a New rernki
ith th* imbeltovabM nai
yiHI .un't
.) uudmglii. nu ont tr> -
ing
Such
brilliam
irhite lectl:
. . and .ill due to il-c Inum in Pepsodcm Inum the most
effective. n '> dental science,
i:n and ugly stains troga yur teeth
poliihiog them, tnaldhg them wtdaar and brighter. Only
Pepaedcni .oim.,h^ In mi, <'\itangc ^M
hi TOOTHPASTE contains iRsjh
Flying Crab
It :s proposed to und
coinpiehensive illve^ligation ol

t view to
nd other water suppl i
Particular? attention w:
to the locating of metalliferou
mineral deposits O ]
zinc, iron and otbei

sum deposits nave 1"
high priority.
lg-
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A HiiUMi autii-iu-sigiii r has

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the) niii i\clds a*

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' space it
own u-iifcUi
-lilt grailienls
dinVull foi the
i
i iry Fer-
gBODTie who bee formed a com-
pany under his own
included Dixoit and A P, R,
Two Deputies
Go On Trial
loniKl

the trial U'gan of two Comi
deputies and twi
Union -
agalnit Pierre Prevoato, local
leeder.
.
Alam Sigimr and Union loaders
Charles Cntlou and Raymond
i.l of:
I. Trespassing in the home of
Pi, rn
Prat' ill man-
servant 3. Subject
lndi
ing h m UW

i
I
letinat thi i troon
i
The
the N


rleuier
i \ another well-known
.-measures j British driver,
within ; ithout Objects ol the company are to
. fui the. new method* of trani.-
CP- (l.N.S.)
william mm LID.
INC. IN B. G.
^.tre for .
niting"
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m mm n muitr
Isthhag
.it ES
Donkey "s Tongue
For Dinner
ai m
A village housewife, I
Ktna i i berg*
of cutlrig ofT the tongue of u
xir'a donkey, tearful!;
i it to hubby
Christos for dinner.
The four-!.
.
to the
straniio peectlr* (suggested I
by an unnamed c.irl- irn-iui I
hop.- il might induce a similar
lion in ra sJi-toa-lAaVfler-
ent hual
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I> Wttfl
iii.i.k mid.
hygienic onditmi I
andconfoi
sUuidsrda of pin ny.
BACKACHE
Try this for relief!
It you gat shaip stab* I
youi back when yon stoop and,
at otaw nine*, thru- it a dull and
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
liiinu wiiii j.
Barbados^Ai/vCK'ATE The S|>;iiiisli Empiirc-S
r..-. to **j A>or*u Om 1 a M r .---1
Npl^i rt _.. MlM -
Frid Apr 1 21 so
Tratk
pri:
free nations of the world lo Join in
paign ot truth lo counter Russian propa-
ganda cannot be ignored eve
an island as Barb.,
To meet false propaganda with truth
alt round the globe is an Ideal if
self respecting newspa|>
Unfortunately the truth has so
sides and can so easily be isolated that true
stories can themselves be used to ,:
truth. Instances of mctl
be seen daily in the myopic ,. I
exists between residents ul U
and residents of the Unite,
Today it is quits |
er in the excellence of the British Com-
monweahh over all old, :
cal systems of the twentieth centur-
yet to be a fierce critic of I*
are endangering the di
Commonwealth.
To be consistently an Imperialist in the
true sense of the word, the Critic of British
Colonial policy to-day mi. I
attack the policy of the Government which
sits Ulda
It is no wi ech ill
the Barbados H
rightly condemn
ened treatment of the V. i
question of sugar should fc
branded in America with the I
an organisation which
D int.
It hi not surpnsmc tl
who anjoy the
ship when in the 1
have been absorbed into the hi
of taglkt ll1'' S1,1C1' 1: '
shi.uhi resent the pati
aosveaa lalello
lucl; or the I
high-powered s.-,
Manchester.
Iha
C
aoqulri
that none bul
width.
I Mkk.l
- lull
in ti.
V.I
nwnt
1
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I Communists wil
Our Reader* *| :
I
be Indiana of
'..tge-t also had
d the proceeds re-
Spain. The Empire



my s.ded, and were officially dis-
.als couragrd even from forming
II lr. John Parr*
business .thin the
area of the jurisdiction. They
there w -i. -i reason
n
subjects.
i in close co-operation
. Spanish
colonials were left to themselves.
ike large profits but the local friendships. To compensate missionary* enterprise might
suffer This was probi
*ttlers and planters
I to make, and
were nw
Than in conver-
v.dely believed that if the Span-
iards in America wore given
free hand, :hen the Indians would
uffer Only a light royai control
is a whole does them for these disadvantages
not usually profit rn paid a very handsome
Spanish ormal promotion
ft, the smaller to the
of greatei audlencias and finally to
.idles
Spain caused the most di*aitrou< I I f the Indies was
central organ of colonial gov-
v .ii Like the col-
mucn onial audiencias, it was prtmsu
UHr people a judicial body, staffed mainly by could protect then, from exploi-
,ind could
the selected i
pire directly raepinsll
i lonlfll empire was regarded in That was one reason
profit disappear- the sixteenth and seventeenth courts were pv
ed. centuries as the King's particular powers. The Crown regarded it-
offlrfals were and personal concern, and for self as kind of umpire between
only for receipts that reason the Council of the the Spanish settlers and the
but also for paying all colonial Indies had no connection with native population. It was con-
-ring that the Council of State which was cerned to insure that both cases
..ish equivalent of our ghoul, be heard and th"I the
'"m Spain Privy Council, or with the Cortes, wron ;s done to the Indians b;
i Ing the Spanish Parliament. It was thi .ould be
tight-fisted, as indeed at once a Supreme Court of A; legal re-
- raqulnd them peal, hearing cases from all OMI
iike the Indies, an adn
bOUd BUd legislative eoUOGll 'rusteesnip Th<
..nd issuing decrees In the King*.;
II thus combined legisla- the suggestion that bi
.ttive and judicial func- society the home government and
tions in a manner which was al- its officials are likelv to be much
repugnant to r,. tender of nat.v> interests
as, but was characteristically than .ire conqueror*
Ad which on the whole resident in the coiOfUi
It going Into '
mark on modern Latin 0
where politic* are example^

tion of
' jl Nigeria or the Gold Coast with
itution which was so wide- -jia, 0f k
al- spread and so charact.-.
.il mention. This ernment may lunder
.1 the rfit:>wU. the practi
injp being
Ideal aw -'"V- high or Io-a, upon assuming oSl to be con-
ma gave was reqi..' iin nduct of counting all En
ecsswr, and to render the Spanish colonial Empire
.iraged any a detailed report to the Council
:he Indies These n
i -siorts for
K, > Jurisdic- malice and tale bear,
mi iiir of kinds, and led to
Outgoing oflk
matter of course havin.
their pile, bribed their successors
authority of one of to make a favourable report, and
1
itfed successively from
OflkeJal to official wit*-
being opened. v> stereotyped haH
-
ho would have re-
rarer*,

influential or-
::'<* the practice of briber.'
no evidence that the
ma- residencia ever served any use-
ful purpose; on the other hand
all ad-

. n la] .
t councils
I Ihj
veiled



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bar "f premising colonial ser-
tika many bad old cus-
toms which fell Into disuse in the
eighteenth century
ll govern-
ment m the six:..

ly good record in this respect.
,nd cum-
brous, very often it could not
adminis-
uth<
ck cripp-
ling blows at tba
But Spar *.on w a i
designed honourably, and not
altogether ineffectively, to protec1
* i masses of the

heir cul-
Ul atten-

process
teenth centuries glvai I
TheUr obvious qu- mbination of
[K Spanish Crown I
to n
1

i. wrought

ovarnment? v-
iidwife at th.
viigh the

nd tight- thil
er as thi-

1 Ipain has a

European
I'il Ti'Sl i% .^ III Si lalliflk
I
;..blO to
"lg -he in. re HlitablC passed a
ving grave con-
Blrl?" he iwth of parental
. kng for
. Is ha mora luiUble than the JU,jg,^ ;mU mjgistrates lo have
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more thar
IsJl then.

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NO "HOLY NIGHT"
m MlUHK head of ihe fasnou
Murt QMa* I hoir ,( l>rrlen. deei4ed it
was Uaw up make a dash for the freedom of
use West when the Corwrrjnisu banned the
higla| of "Holy Night" and ordered instead
swigs aimed at making a God of Prrmi-r
iulin and otherwise glorifying the Camman-
1st eaaae. In the following exclusive article
Sehaeek tells wh> Ihe choir fled from the
Svlel ocfnttallan zone to the C.S. area of
(e-many.
By Werner Sehueek
I 4ndurlor-Muiiii|(er Of
llrrsil'-n Mozart i hoir
BAD SODLN. NEAR FRANKFURT
IF a true musician is told that singing of
the traditional religious air. 'Holy Night"
during Christmas week is "political sabotage"
and therefore is forbidden, it is time to make
a move.
This is exactly the type of order we have
oeen getting from the Communist-dominated
German "cultural" officials working under
: let pattern of the Soviet blueprint for
ast Germany.
The ban on "Holy Night" araj not the enly
direct interference we*experienced at the
nands of the Soviets before we decided to
make our escape.
They took great exception tu
unlike other choirs and artists who complied
with their orders under pressure, wtj
to remain and in fact did remain non-
political.
Realizing that to purge us publicly would
backiire, tne Communists decided to apply
:nore subtle methods on orders
of their Soviet masters.
First we had requests for "more Russian
music."
\\ hen we pointed to our repertoire, which
naturally included works of the great Rus-
sian classics, they said it a music
I anted and that it had tu have "politi-
cal significance."
* I -1 rr h i n it N < ii it*
s how we come to be ordered to sing
Communist and Red Army marching songs,
'rmari youth marches, partisan ditties
and other material whose keynote was the
supreme glorification of the Soviet Union, the
deification of Stalin, the Soviet worker, the
in, and so forth.
We refused.
When we continued to remain adamant,
and by this or other excuse avoided appear-
ing before party rallies, the Soviets began to
apply economic and political pressure.
They demanded that we drop our estab-
lished name and become the "Choir of the
Free German Youth."
They withdrew our supplementary fuel
and food allocations and generally subjected
i ronomic sanctions wherever po
They demanded that we hand over our
earnings to the German Youth Organ 1.-
Party i :
They demanded full reports on the political
affiliations of our choir and their fan
I have brought with me several documents
to support my statements.
With the growing procure we realized that
impossible to continue working as non-
political artists under the Sovil
in utter secrecy made our plans to escape.
Suiim- ( oiuuroiiiUe
Knowing that the Russians would not let
to Berlin unless we made some com-
promise. I decided to give the appearance of
ipitulating to their demands.
I therefore signed a contract for a strictly
political concert tour of sixteen upni
whereupon our way to Berlinand escape
was open.
On arrival we made our escape
i I poll whose decision unfortu
i nut and we nearly did not succeed.
As a result of the leak, two of our members
ddntpped by Ludwig Pulst. oui I
i M agent, SS the world knows.
inportant thing is that we are
I vocation, unhampered by
the ubiquitous political commissars and their
ID minions, who MCCSfull) Ml
.ioroad.
Had we succeeded in by-ptssing
mail channels, which of I cen-
sored b> Soviets, we could have taken ad-
;i\ offers and could
rsak long ago.
I am certain that we will not be the last I
'AV know tlsM .
a/ho will follow, much to the ti
Ihe Soviets who fully realize that their CUl-|
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.Bl..Y. XTKIL 21.
19511
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGI rivii
fisherman C. Servants
Died From Get Loans
Natural Causes In St. Vincent
|JW-*^lS^S2 Vlneon, . Tl.lnidld
". old and he
WiL^sta- He was::
to have ;i scheme (Inanceri h*
.iTJSESrWbK S-.Jf? " cnvcS,^ni:
" a^,M IT P on Thursday "rf ,Jhn. - Chapman. M 11 E
.-^Hm Mllllccnl Gall, W " ."vca te' ynittrday.
SfSrf the -Advocate" yet- ."' "'I!"" ' scheme .
**'^ thev re roamed administered by a Board on whir
" "'..*ni the skiD- ,nd. S' V" I **
Housinp
/ft R T SUGAR
Suv (Canadian Minister
How To Sink Misadventure:
A Battleship j^y Verdict
Bund Concert
At RoeL-
A controvert-what^cVe*^ ,A VERDICT tat dlh by mis-
it-ha broken out between aJventui* was returned by a
Admlra. ad their llrst nine-man |ury when an inquiry
Sea Lord. Lord Fraser, on the ""' the death of Charles Beetle* "~ .as"L-- ""*-
most oeVlent way to sink a battle- ' held by Mr. D. O. Morris "' eStSSST- cSTm^x
OILDE\ ELOPMENT, itI uroporlv regulated, would be verv ship. Coroner of District "A" yester- Nnua Chr.
Lord Fraser told
THE Police Band is giving a
concert at Hastings Rocks tonight
at 8 o'clock, included lit the pro-
gramme are "Songs of Blng Crop
by".
The following is the programme
lss*>
Uiat .they
'loved to sail ClvU Service Association an.!
circumstances would added that Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds
now Assistant Director n! Educa-
tion here, was a member of tlie
Board
aa6w..?T'harhad"no" children. ! was a representative of the
'Jblod always;'""-
I .wild be carried oh L"rd Fraser told an Ottawa day
without iTectme the suSar industry and should "'I^'h^*1 *" IZSt? a i. ^,^.^f. Tit,"**
lip lu.liiinl ... ,k *^ , .. .-____, u___,i,. scientist drop a model warship into island consuble of Blades Hill.
oeltelplul to the general economy of the island. Hon ble a bucket of aerated water and th- St Philip dted at the General
v r-.ianner. Mini and Minerals and of Lands damn thing sank." Hospital on April n attar he was
and rorests of the Alberta Government told the Advocate The Admiralty's immediate re- found lying in a trench in
yesterday.
OlMKanc SSSscttM -
ping to sea
X*$Tr,'.t "on one or two
* ,h0 has heard him com-
"??; burning in his stom- Secretory and Executlv
"Sri had never given this Officer of the II
""-"la, attention
mm Authority, St Vincent, M-.
Hams I
Ststui I
boat, said that white the Civil Service Conference He
.... Thursday lie heard arrived on Mondai b) lofl !.., *
Bj-.'foniplaining of beniK sick Rodney" and is sta;
^Siked nun 'or "smelling Waters." Worthing.
|R
BH
died quickly
fter- He said
that during the pa.
sum of 45.000
"fiulopiy as performed at beeY spent by Civil Servants ..
=. Ill 30 a.m. yesterday by S1. Vincent in building, aequlrlnf,
I .
wm-
I into circultftloii.
tf. mis - .i.....*'* "'i*7'" "*w ""a" created.
Philip with 15 parts. St. i'eter officers concerned enabled to be-
^^ St James one part. St. come property owners, was large-
it osrts and St I.ucy 9 parts, ly brought about by the enter-
1. I.B BILL FISH was
kiii
VtS LB BILL FISH was prise and tenacity ill purpose
aught by the fishing boat the St. Vincent Civil Service
BSjMBne" while out an a fishing AssociaUon.
--'neiday This is Hi- Appropriate
U" ' 'Via'n anTi! Durin ,hP "* *""
"'ne SV"i, Mu, C1Vl1 Servants from ..,1
anfcd ,nto the Public Mai the British Caubbean V
- ... ,.,si u.k a lotal """red in Barbaili
tafffk*~b^g rn''rv;',;,,
Sr_.,i,.i 111 tins 17 200 men* "' ",r '" *
,4, market OI "i i..-"o t,lMy j|u|
vTi L h" 260 SSI ;; <~n
'* 973 b- Blbacore, and ",es"' "lands, it was particularly
Mofbonitu appropriate that rafari
Hinkson. wh.....it charge "> this achwi
itiih Market, toltl the "Ad- ,. Some seven year, ago, the Civil
aS-vesterdav that there was Servants of St. Vlt
Zr, light breeze on Wednesday ed thoil with a re-
BUty of fish.
nUHME^ in
caii : .-'*< programme t>f
Ktjea WeWt musii lo-ntght.
British Couiu-il are pi
ime in
i*iy broadcast feature.
fetlyfnS; o, records iL.*.
Rah Council and
ujrtd to-nlghi.
ENNETH KINCH at Wavell
_ Avenue, a man wanted In
BOKUot! with offences of bodily
_ uid threats, evaded P.C.
(nwifi Murphy on Thursday
Tintf. Kiiuh wu al the resi-
S. Cato and death was enlarging and
natural causes.
lor themselves
CARTS uf rainlall te\ j,ii[hly creditable
repairing horn?
ind lamilies. This
achievement
0l up to 6 o'clock yesterday money 'was
This was divided among new weanh
action was: unconscious condition at Marley
Mr Tanner is here at the in- "Quite obviously 1-orri Fraser Vale, St Philip on Sunday April
vitation of the (Jovernmcnt to w* rather jesting about the whole |6.
hem tin questions regard- thing."
LataoM mm ixssibU' oil Their Lordships at the Admir- Dr. H. L. MasmUh who perform-
Ho and alty have decided to stick to the ed the post marten said he ex-
..re staying at the Marine IBOffV orthodox theory nf sinking amlned the body of Charles
m anamj vranhlp -by putting .. Heckles at the General Hospital nin, mw
riovelcpmen. lu.io In [I Mortuary on April IT. Sgt. Reed
St Arohri
CAIUVUBN MM
CVndiKior. C-pl n.a-
V1k Win*. #<*iin, ^(U|
SDOS HU^UM
(\Mki>-tor. t^i Msnrti
>ong f\ctp Four Indian Lav* l.\ru-.
WaadOMlM.
(WMj-tor; art A TV tiff
>'ri.uTartrrUUr l Pmtm MaTftrt
K*lb*y
CdntSvmar; Cpl D**t
laid th;:t .'ll
Mberta had prom Lord Fra*r told his BUdltQoe identliled the body to him and his cta^,
i when th,. Or*, crude oil v.is at Ottawa that he knew of new apparent age was 68.
.....oou'd wrinkle. The scientist's idea was He had minor bruises on hi-
.n^.2?S .^nn4SSL.WS! lo'u^wUtnsit>- of the w.ter forehead, nose and mouth. There
123.000 barrels per and let the ship sink was rt deep wound on Inc lpI.
A spokesman ol the Admiralt> Vand iind ln nls oplni0n icaih
tfcslni JglW-. $7 nT" unable to locate this ^.Sj l crrcb"1 h"morrn-''
*.1 actually producing scientist He is probably one among ***
'- the 1.000 a w'eek who produced hMd
MuhIm-
Hsykrna Sern*ili>
Harkaat
CBnduMor; l pi M.*ti
Honw <>l BNig rin
DMHatl
Oandurloc Si Ai-chs-i
IS* S<-tt. of YsMlrrda*
l-t.^Hbna Ich Lomond. Oiii i
!W*titiAii IkiM IM| r ,

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frort
C0.0OO barrels a day. Each bar-
iel is wotiV. S3.00 to Alborta
injury to the
sssass m*
o hate.
CWidtM-lnr: CM
*ttt. Mu*-. MU>tra Muac
^,
<\^>duv4Hr. Sl An-hrr
oil pipe line, 1,150
long is now i-eipg bull!
Alberta to tin
p erection of anti-aircraft guns ",e UiV"^ ""l" r
the top of cumulus clouds. .**" "Tf1^ by.
the oil frmn Alberus to Ontarl
I was expected to oci
the end of the year
and would handle about 100.000
ta. vfUFsuonea oy me jury wnetner 35 YEARS \ -Barbados Adv..te. Apn,
Pprsunal
Mr. c n r Jonas, Assistant
Manager ,.r lbs Canadian Bans.
ol Commerce will be leaving
nortly to lake up Uie manage-
llon. N. K TANNKR
Civil Servants
Want Health
Services Scheme
blow
An exDeri'menlaT'ivBter hueker ,'ea" ^ an attacker or by a tall.
Z'^^Z^Z^&ZZ? %Z^j22tfZ ^^c^^a't'sSollTnvr.
in the sea is a different matter IO "* caused by a tall on anything
altogether protruding.
it is not possible to estimate __. ^ .
the number of tons uf (ruit salt. 0rg llnd of District mem of a branch in Canada. Mr
it would take to sink a battleship. c" Police Station said on April Jones has made a large number
h=t exploration arid Even if the salt, were sprinkled >6 about 5.45 a.m he went to '< friends her., and will be much
11. ^m .ii-i "Ai"in >iiit'ii iti.'i *j.i ii "i .-nii-i i-g i- i(iiiniru ------------- ------- -------- ---- --------- -- ------ ..* ,.
mantf was beian parried on the surrounding water they Marley Vale Road. St. Philip mett in social and
i able progress
with the n I
I
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.ipid rate in Al- would make little difference, since where he saw a man whom h
borta at the present time and bubbles are buoyant vessels. knew as Charles Beckles lyingi
i'it.000 acres were held "In any evant, such a course of in a trench on the right hand sWe
Ettaa ex lease and pro- aggressive action would require nf the road bleeding from mju-
tog brought the willing and active -o-opera- ries to his face and head. He was
I -xceedins one well tion of Iht .fipm^ ln an unconscious condition
nourishing And with that opin.on most Where Beckles was lying there
vat the oU Industry m Alba gaj erl In London appeared
that the lrovincial (Jov-ernm^ni ngi.-o INS.
yachtfa
.xpect to conclude
otlnf to tin-' many of the quest for financial lUons todav
tjcsme in very late Thev. jcure tKHnaa. Ph dlfBcult) U
brought back a fair than eomplnmed ->f.
mg about S2.000.000 a
nth.
Mr Tanner wlio was r^\\
r t>f ilu" litstiS
:il>lv in 1935. Mi
i Bpanki
OT, he
M Minister of
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rough stone with patches
of blood on it. At the same point
there was a continuous scratch
for about IS feet. He saw a mark
which appeared to be that of a
bicjrelt tvre and it measured sjx
id ended al the side oPTne
Iv
Uh the
which was common to th. ., .., , ,.


except ions, the Gov< Issions In all Uw cob
Officer found it impu-.Mbip to uniform conatltutionB for Whitlev
nrriBr,mmr in ,,|ro<'! voluntary sayings with Cou i womnwndad.
^^UtLf:.mrg!f,1.in wWch to provide a home tor him- 1, ,., ;lUu d^ided that the
and rannly agall [i Associations ihoul
t ttW i t>perating In
Thp P*ui bauung
that Government did not see bj with a vUm to
DEHL1N, April 20. feet
The Wevi iierhn en.
Natural hmUj raquagtad all
four Allied Conunandanti to ap-
ii.- wai fanner and school prove the dty-wida :
teacher before entartng poUttca. under mter-aliied oontrol, and Wi;,i xhp ne'P ,,f other peopt
o*va in Scout work um u ,,f free- '" lifted him into the ''
ind Is Provincial Scout Oommis- dom for U> i. the iy4t. Which took him to the Genera
tesuuroai
ivhere Bckle;
Bits of Gravel
Elect!*
Kraler.
"by the Welsh Recorded
Ssnht^HaaaQua^rs of^ wayto,maiJe Ul1' ">"u'n'ri f,"",s having "sucY." schemes "brougKt
rSounciland the-e uill be viuli,1ble-Thm- basis.
CHllcers leturned to the attach, A resolution was also passed
but wan mat with Imllai
ply. .Iiiv]
subsidiary organisation of Bar- for Crrll Strvanti Id II
clayb Bank, namely. Bare)
(Overseas) Development Cor- During the nrnrfatllnfl yester-
poration bagssn functioning In of Ins mother When h>' ,how> Prts. and th-
that P.C Murphy was on Association of St. Vincent ap- wishing the Confen-nee
rtod the local Bank Manager
dlractti,
ieliberations.
Hospital
While the nurse was dressing
Heeklos* head he noticed that
here were bits of gravel on the
He was still in an un-
conscious condition. On the fol-
lowing day he identified the tx.d\
' a Masslah.
Beckles used to ride a bicycle
ind was never seen riding It toe
fast.
MR. W. T. GOODING was appointed Churchwarden .gffclSgSSni US
ol St TW;, when the St. Thu.uu- VMtry met yesterday. I^ftk^of^tie
Mr. It bandlford, retiring Churchwarden. ;iml Mi S A. Sta < April 16 aUve when he
tt were elected Poor Law Guard! >'" her house riding a im-.v.ie
about 4 a.m. Shortly alter that
ST. THOMAS LAND
TAX UP BY 41 CENTS
Gootling New Churchivartlen
ri-li-. Me %vas the orgamsn'ot
Uie \aeht Club which now ha
nea.lquarlers al Shot Hall
IHWCATED ____
WITH INS1EDIENTS OF >IC(S VHflMI
Pepto-Blsmol
FOR STOMACH
UNGUNTIiV(
for Buwiy
BflifVfS FAIN SBBBBBBBBBBh.
rnwn iNftcrioN ^B*^
noaoni HUiiwo ^/^CflSBO
Sanction
At a later stage, Governmc.it
Lions and
after many ups and duu.
Bill based on the Trinidad HoUk-
trail he quickly tan
'.C. Murphy ran after him and
a these .luough St. James
St. Thorns*, Kinch dii-
tha hills of St
While P C. Murphy wai
, Chase Kinrh threw ston<
i(KKl thut later in Bill based nil the Trinidad Hous- THE S.S. Sun tio '
g Kinch was seen at Hound ing Loans Ordinance was passed loading 3,000 urns of sugar for u1ih..,u (Ci^r .! \. L"'w nu r,..ii.m.,. *a .1___, .,____burning she
" tcr. but again by the Ledlhlture and nut hlto Canada This vessel arrived on [!" U lfc>,. 'h \1'.IU';U"1 J '-'flight to her home. Th,
n Trinidad and '"11^^^"! .c.Hu'- 2S. 1*!5K?ARfcS^ w"-
Sugar Goes:
Flour Comes
THE S.S. Sim Most)
Tttwn, St. Peter, but again by the Legislature and put
operation.
PVI I- A smart [dad for the
around in the Jackson, St rnaki ia up to live times
anas, district obtaining money an ofTlccr's annual
Conunittea two men came to her rW
''"'"",sv Waara. J. to giant $1.50 per head liecause nd told her that Backlaj
nl2.' rKM ^n''lford| V L Ulal decuu>ii had been circulated ing in a trench "on Marley Vlc
lllns and D. A. throughout the island. The larger Road She went to the spot and saw
tngnwaj ConunlaalODi iike St. Philip. Christ him there bleeding from the head
ha"p Thulm i bunh and St. Michael, he said. In an unconscious state. Hi, blcy-
irar* benefiting by the population cle was on the ground by nil feet
SandUord, Mah<.n. L I) (iill and basis. and a torchlight which m
Thome form the new burning She took the evele and
Ills Excellency had
.n.Hii
false pretences. The Advocate
Hived this information from a
Wax of Jackson.
a | from Trinidad and
will clear jkhI UaWM
Canada
The Sum afoul, operating under
ment covered a maximum period the Saguenay Terrain
,' ,1 calls here occasional!.! *
i, (Interest mc hided l for Plantations Ltd,
0CALLV MADE clothes) t.Ver>- $1,000 borro this Una, motor
hangers are wltlng at I/- vances were made to the borrower ve-. i rought 1.350 sacks
A woman who was seen M !ne erection of the building
progressed.
The idea of standai'i
ncan* Relief Org.n
:
stimatea for par
ochial expenses were $38,497 00
ight forward
this year's esti m
S4U.907.81.
put the matter back to tl
ask then; ,,n<| .,,-
' :
wan an) prospects m letting fu-
tura granti ihaj could do U
.,:.,- plararnaal, tint m

OfeM time, but they lould Imild the
lying.
hill near where he was
tax tticne hangers e-terday
live Advocv.tr thai the was
Wttat )ob stoca WorW War h,ml),s |nll | ,
not iind favuur.
The wisdom of the decision to
allow borrowers to erect houses
of their own design was atupl]
demonstrated by the t
architecture to be seen at Mont-
rojBi a suburb ul K
if th*
been built. Instalments towards
(he repayment of loans were de-
duvled monthly from the Officers'
la/tea.
i com-
aon for sailing them.
aaTOCNTS of the Stanmuie
Lodie and Danesbuiv vi-
of Black Rock are con.-
rJnj of stone throwing during
slgat
-tew told the "Advocate" yes- .
tS^L^^^" 1hrowlnS ^'^T
about 10.00 p.m and
hues until midnight. They
at Police protection and it is
Wtood that the mutter is un-
ia vest igalion.
''i: BRITISH
"Wakeliel aa for the co
"Mo the World Theatre
"> on Sunday, April 23. Part
'"lag Lear". (Shakespeare)
I be bruadcaM from B^O p
W p-m. Th.
Howard Ro
^^oadcasiing
Weait is u foil i
El- .....DoruaUl Wolfa
"" Snrw Drd-l
Baliwr* Ohm->
_ RSSTJ -\.ullr .
W_, Roderick lvca
OIKlrT j,J,,i R,.d *UM snow mi s
s*nmrl f.nnilh
i April 16 he was walk-
ing along Marley Vale Road and
the pipe to r,'.
Tax- on huid ...v, risen 41 lle.,1 >, :4 ,. '^ M,,''':'!^'^
o,u. lh, new rale bein. 3.H UN M ( ,,,,\ , ,t ,22 w
zzzzsxzxziz'.......t tg=
Mr. Mahan was appoint- "'' s"rt ln"' ""' I'^jini Helrl parentl) unconseloun. He shouted
. at Chairman ol th.- Hurricane would havl' "> "o ''niloiwd, so to him but received no an.wer.
Bci!?"' L """ Ap'"'1 >-ari-da IAU itclle( Committee ho said that he ""' "' '.......' ". * ' A bicycle was on the gn
The nour was quickly dls- wou]d no, ,-# ,h ^ ,. could > calwctasl na foot was ove- in,- ii-i
charged and the Bra ay sailed lor , ,, ,n,rf^, , e.,L,.
Triinciad .vcslerday i .
lie
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Altt'inpts To Lift
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when he first saw him in the
He cannot cay if Heckles
was Intoxicated
Workers Stnv
$3,000,000
but he intended to withdraw h
anship if funds for the would '< supported dunng tht
, ot the organ,/,..., Constable B<
-mi forthcoming ai *** would be flran (B*lea) was lying on hi
caaalaitt 'ai. In lht' louowlni years, thr gate
Mr. Reeves told the Vestry '** would help to pay the
that the previous year's Church- Kroun.iMnan
warden should not be a Poor Mr "Alr"" taamattero
Cuardlan. Another member *to?. mefcnl lha' - Thomas
I'lloating the , .. ,ld lK, Guardian wou,d "IWRW " '-'hind th--
har parishes Ha suggested
Khwarden. That Vestr^ was '^a> ">' "hould seek the advice
or the two representatives of the
parish.
TWi
,1 yesterday.
",,n the only Veatry
rdan i
to the ooaan bed. Guardian
; was made aroui nnent.
'hich elected a
> Poor Law
Uowlng
Mr. Sandlford.
OVER three million
i^wi hv baan received from
Mr. Mshsn said that they should
ask ttal Colonial Secretary
iibasQuant gra
To March 3. ac-
dcast.n.Tb, VS torrt,"i to ih" P^sTas! -
NWiing U\ ,M it f(i ,hi-^ VmImm airini Unnrti
More than two million dollars
hove been pant to workers who
.iiied to the island and
there is a balance Poor Law
. i il 3 feet fan
kers position, the ropes broke The The Vestty decided to write die 5-K of tha" two nbraaai
SSfLS Cole Secreury asking whe.h- ff] J^Jg
nccepteu the ,he ,Wo following years, thea
.vould not nan
Bel' hur.hwarden
should increase his income or
allow him to charge the labourers
more for his services.
Mr Sandlford :uid that all had
the wish to assist U |
eapaclall) the labourers. The
i n- would be to UM pase
.m-i | .. thai the
:i.e> sought the '-oourer^s would not have t pay
- Mr. i oil in* express.rt ihe
FAST DRIVER FINED 3
HENRY TRENT of (.midland.
uioes at Seoul Headquart- St Michael wai fined El n> be
*Ips Road Umlfht bagfau paid In n days or In default one
.""OtK. month's imprisonment by Hi-
hprotrammo includes scenes Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
the linsls in the last Inter- yesterday.
* Table Tennis Champion- He was found guiltv of
scenic taken .,-. ,iie last In- the motor tar X-234 on Black
w Exhibltmri. of the Scouts Hock at a greater speed than 30
'*w at Scout Headquarters miles per horn
return from England of the The
* Commissioner Mr. April I.
* Springer.
* "WWTS can src a film of
i around
,hip Dlsrovrrt
11 "WM '- m how .o
r^cue | iinnvninii boy
train tu
Moo.
"FKKD A COLD
NEW YORK
For all the medical attacks up^n
these so-called "anti-cold" pills.
the druggists, who are still Culnf
them by the million, lave devel-
oped a new way to make
free m uniform wi'.fthem. They are almost ready
FILM snows .. ,*) to ii .ruduce a chewing gum con-
"O at the British Coui.cil, taming the drugs which are sup-
to-day i_nrt
a river
1.30 p.m this t
1 ...... water

..iik.
Compton and Captain

work ban of ttttin \
. schooners
CM IV fpflno
rv-ffn "But it afffl ll
'
12 Vrrm- B)
S.S. "(.asco^iir"
TW!..
was committed on har.
Two nf '.hen. wile froir.
^ anptt
Uniq
took Ihi rtnldad.
The Osacoosw brougl I
rayons. 11
. England.
it \l Jonas
er, in case they
Bd to build
i
following
years.
Playkaj Field*.

nan appointed
the Go', i
more
same view Mr. Thorn* sam that
the labourers should be made to
bear some of the strain and ti..'
taxpayers should be eased by
allow ng the doctor in |sg
his charges on the labourers and
allow his aiarj lO remain as It
RfSJ
Mr Sutdlfard. last
year's Churehwaiden, gave a re-
view of nil > ear's work
He said that during U
hikii-
ing the re- ward we
S,' J^1!,10-^ don;. "l^"'" ""' hars to discuss
Mad had to erect, a u,th lham and other Vestries.
Uu?*U,ua!.ter*- .M,n^r r*pa iltai monay to offset
had been done to the parish the lou whlch refuUed froii, xhr
The Christ church Vestry had
iMiildaplawnu-AridforSt Thorn- n aon' io. lJ* P* Ihe loss which resulted fmi.i the
ehurch. the chapel Almshouse aMilion u lhe Occupawy Tax.
TheVortrj u.d aaked for $31 2011 ^S^X^"*!^'* 'h* : Tnom- Vwr-V **ded that
Parochial Medical Oil
He suggested that the chancel
of the parish church should be
plastered Immediately Two
walks should be built loathe HogJ
Innocents' (erneterv when the
would build th. "* Mb^"' 0ffl"r''
in mclost il f^lSmi
and build a pavilion Iftht-yw
. mg-field, a pavilion
Th.- \V :n .
I -I2.T50. ,1.50 pei hrad
the pan-h'. population. It w
. :o !
.i'sequeni aranls. the>
* "I 4 ,i p.m. lnd 9 30
u^""'1-' To-uay's dww
b. British News. Mercy
JtjBmu, Step,, ol the Bal-
n*plIA Itlrn Strip talk)
LJJ ,ill b. lor adults
TJJays .how. which will be
*. will be: BritUh New,.
Glrl. * "' "" '3"
. d on
, ^** R[*l al about BOO
Cw^i !S*. owned by C
mi's G,> "i bi
"-^iy tE.":"'"
FLOATING WRECKAGE
A LAJIOI
:. about 60 feet Ions was sighted in
-morrow posed to remove the ,_mP-lorn_/ posttloil Hi.
- i flay
Mr;,, I
*^ Terii
k **Macr<
la
Arth.

Plantation
Mavers of
he car was
.Id within a few hours. Pos-
sible selling slogan for them:
"Any gub, chub?"
What's On Today
Casrt o( Ordinary al II.M
alkali al Qaeea'i rark
l.M sn.
ruakel Ball al Ml HO
Ml p.m
lkl al Ihr V M I \
IH p.m.
The *i novlng In
the du
I. believed thn. II will drift I
ward to tl*
to all
ship. In "I the |
navi-
gation".
WHITE FLASH FOR
SEAMEN
has been temporarily removed
Scam*
flash I even
ea sec-
onds ai
tm the light.
xpeeiwi. .ind his suggested
i vematives for the pandi ror Rom*^ mm
ID the House of Assembly. Mr jhe Vastly decided to
Mapp and Dr. Cummins. BI tht tne Paroch ai Medical Offlcer'i
?urn ofTered was inadequate. salarv to 1200 per month. It was
Mr. MahM who reported to tl mho Members said
lOO to reduce the thai al officer
to SI2.7SO. told the other parishes were getting
members that they had an increase*, they too. would h
formed that there was no chance to do the same. The question
of the Govcrnor-in-F.xtrutue then arose as to whether thev
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I'l IBM DOG CBOW
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n Jesor Jonas & Co, Lid
Dlslrlbotars,
._ hat
they had not been greatly
effected by the abolition of the
Occupancy Tax and had no need
to join the proposed discussions
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21 .|
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IN MEMORIAM
JfjTvWGlNIA AIJJYNC wn<
[Em tw "" > *<"" 21" (1 " -
I Thi* I* (M *>' "' *"' remembrance.
M ana bitter to ircall.
When Ihe on* e "our woe taken,
B, hort and widdon mil.
So one know* how much we ml** Ctr.
Iff onr Kiam (he bitter pom.
iifr will never be the aarnc.
bu Alieyne, Edna Alley nc. Sjdne.
ljL**. Gerald"* Daniel i Children.
jagpb .Yurie Ivy Gordon. 31.4 SOIn.
Ib ftr lowing memory of our belovr I
JSLgT MATILDA WOHHIXU *ho
Z^arud ihlj life 2IU o< April 1M*.
h-Tiaer. Uwl*v
jtoaoin* nioy wither, nowm may die
frlmd* irey ror*jet you but never
A noble irnlhar lioneM and kind
What wonderful memory *h- leli
behind
- i mm*Wuj ' am i- unify i nd
>t*> died an 4w lived- rvi-ry body .
Lrtrnd
FHMd Wom-ll 'brother. USA I.
rm(jer*Jd Worrell ami Berreford Wor-
-41 '"v. l* Wtrrell iMeMri. Kdn..
Uhfrril and Mabel W- imll dovuMUeii
t-l**1. Ben'. Oawsal. Victor. Carli
' inkvuc rraraarhlldj-rn' und
p^d. 21 4.50-In
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Archie ,tlldra Srhooi from ihe SepWnrxr i
nwr.ij.irjr,
PKlLMIKOi C
-Ji iquert
Street
Hq
h BIIBINin
oppruKimaielv
FOII SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR-r.ml H) I
}f*ir Appli: 1*.
fert 1(40 lt.
ited 3 aood t
...
Jl 4.60-
CAH-lMw Aii-ini A-TD. (Umujed I
.' fuurUoiLf from Iivsiiroato-
(OUTtrq Gir*atr TO-DAY at 3.33 p m
BJ 4-i :
CARB-One Chrjder SUi.
iv*r S*Un Car. Ill Plymouth Sedn
" and
  • 91. HIM. co Couiu>t>oliUm Oor.w
    MUMliie lane. 1*.4 50- ^n
    CABV-One Aurtin 10 II P. Saloon 1846
    MeM at nelly good order. Cole el Co
    U W -ir.
    CAR-1VU V4 Model In good i-uiuUnit
    orear s lhle>', Cbaooau
    faMRB or pnou 4101
    CAH-M G SporU Model.
    nianUe order, nr* tyre* and .top. N-
    <*MBreM offer rrfuaed. Apply Il
    Irty Klrton. Phone 3415
    11.4 50--Cn
    MOTOR CAR B S A. 1(1 If.P flu 1
    jehtM drived.i\ . owner drive-.
    Mi rondm im
    ApX: Mr. Arrher: Itednmn A Taylon
    Csrapl 21 4.50 Tn
    ELECTRICAL
    COOIZRATUh- : r F Good condi
    I-*. BarbMo* Ice Co. Ba>
    t -> in
    OWOIaTATOH t--1laeVot. America i
    W** cubic It. In oerfr.'
    I neMiJ>l.
    31 4 50 J-
    mtrTAito \cZ^"t ""-"
    i "?, _* ^row""- lrm draw.
    ... "ivl ? room*, toilet and baih
    Mn. Front vernndah,
    Electric light, power and water M
    'r-Ulled Iheouejiout* ir^'^ !'
    ' Phone 2JT7 RW,,0n ,y
    curIr-tiiSr.W!ILl!i,m ,,p to PMlc
    at n^J S?JJ.2P **" AP"' '
    ?uc 0^,^% ,ricuUr-nnd
    HUTCHI.NSON i llANFinj
    54011.:' .
    Jame* Mreel
    iriKT 1IAVKN" BrWh-^n Dear I.
    Sa-^ lloi*t>. all convenience.. u**t
    he-ch and bun. Low land rent. I-
    premlap* at an>
    I I"" I OMiln
    : '.ih.
    is 4 :
    .ng nUTE WATERSi. on ^e landTde
    t the road facing the Bay jj^,
    fiuare feet of land Including the Ian.
    "S.0 !i^ '*d """"hd to the water',
    edge. Th>> house contain! verandah,
    dri^rui and dining room*, three b*J.
    room* wiin nmniiie water. And all ot."-
    H" "wludinB kitchen wl& cupbtJ<
    7t1*!: *pl"'">'. Qa- nd Radio
    inruiled. Garage and Servant! iQOsta
    In yard
    Inmectlon any day-Phone 8368. Mr
    Bellamy
    The above will be aet up to public
    "it ! the office of the under-
    rriday. the tilt of April. 195S.
    CATUUNGTON Ac SEALY.
    ru
    -nanng .uiU denp
    Sublecti.
    Salary, on Government Scale, aecord-
    '* to quailfhMlona and experience
    ^l^llratlorel eaVang n-.in;,,,',..,.. ,.,.
    ~Tf* and euh>ecu ofTei. >
    <- ltadmiitrn!
    rrath i
    M*>- 31.1

    .1H1. COUNTIH ASBWTAN'T f,^ ,^,
    More Apply m pemon t.-
    ".ml Drtia-geiK .-! .
    renew. Chrin ChuKlt. 3) 4 M~t-
    MATRu\ Fur Old l^dy'i llome
    Vuat be a good rtouawheeper and have
    - knowledge or nunang Applv
    MISCELLANEOUS
    IN POUT Boh AhaajaWBtf*. *
    Uarva HenrietU Scb fiiUmi **
    > U W Ibona. Soh 2,.- -.... *.

    --incejaa loulw. %h Ptillip H Ii->
    ; >on. Sch Uar> M W..* Sch Mary t
    Woluw. Srh Uanon Be.* WoUlTprft
    I la* Moeteao. Srhdoner Mo: .
    . *n Sch Henrv n Wal'.jr* Bel
    niaFlBi fl Ben i^ ZaJUre.
    1 lona Hanr.aau. M^F^ ^ieealeaL
    ABBI> AI -
    s Oawmmt >*l <""
    mawr*. from Xlarumo, \,- ,
    M Jonaa I Co IU
    "i Benny. 3.UI Ui.
    laaat. frarn CuiaoaO. Ajeni. Pl*-i
    'aUona lid
    Yawhl Tern III. II ton*. Owl luu.
    -on, UanuuLie
    l)*PAIIl R|>
    H-lM>oiwr lauaalpha. BB lona rut
    ~ Scr Oa-nran' Awaoriatkm
    Srh llarel SVott, 30 ton* net. Capt
    alarka. for St Vincent Agt


    Thoar m
    iha B B '
    \ auxliull Motors
    POT Vr^riilina
    iir.lKDKUSHIKr
    April 20.
    .1 ;i contTBd
    . :i Vauxhall
    I iton) who .up 10
    ei .1 i75 bus chassis
    rkittB' diBsal motors
    pffurta.
    \ .. mina.
    Otl
    ..1 Be order u 1
    1 hat coun-
    .. I'un a year.
    ShipniBiils otb to start in June
    ;tied in October.
    Reuter.
    SHIPPING NOTICES

    IN TOITII WITH BABBAOOS COAST STATION
    the loUowlrag *hlpa thromrh
    U.lo* Coawt JL.tiou

    I I

    S h Mraiwv -S H law
    ss \,r*r, Britain. SS Beia*. t> <
    Turtlclafi. MS Kaawnt lawparM. r>
    Kaitor, SS Fidgor. SS Mlaaln
    Kldefc, S n. Thelub--!.-.
    Bakka, s s i-dy Nei%on. s s O B k. 1
    Sorenaen. 9S AffaMlna. SB Ad'1- Kjj
    lalde. W Straaboioi:. fe ,
    SS TtUMMpu. A9. Afuruarii. SS Wharf. BB Tuna.
    ^OJal>4)l
    OLD GOLD AND SILVXK-Higtieat
    price* paid for old gold and Mhrar ;e*el- I
    tory and .crapn Y. De Uma AI Co. Ltd.,
    10 Broad 15.4SO-n.
    I KID rOiTAOt (.IAMI'- HAMIM
    ! for nwtl .Ump*
    arlatj, iiu-rchandlae. urn u
    crimcrn*, clothing, pen*, etc will be
    Milt in rxi
    "MKitT MATHIF.C. WIN-
    MASH, US A.
    30 4 *o-?n
    PI'BLM' MMHIS
    "25 '*"l|y *antd by obtaining order*
    for private ChrUlmaa Card! from
    *our friend*. No prevloul experleno
    ~8S?U~Z. ^T JTaS ,rX"! L"T'iJL," "*" '" """' "~
    1 --ample Booh to Britain'! largest and
    'xemon Puhuahara; higheat eommlauon.
    raarvelloua money "">tng opportunity
    Jwiee. WUJIama c Depl 10 Victoria
    *" Praaton. Erullar- "
    ARJUVALA- BY 1* W.I A 1-
    From TriiUdaaJ;
    Vertwn Qoddard, Lhd Grandtaon
    Nar>i-n Waiu>n. Carl Bran. Tt!,,,,^, Hu-
    lay.
    From La UiaMiw
    Irmie Do Btreliuu. Noll)
    Frank Wheeler
    lT-.m St LUCIA;
    Gilm Peter. Itugn JI-n'
    !
    Neol.> Belle, Sibyl Jjtkii-iti. Mane
    Kouert*. Clement Duranl, 1
    . Claud Philip..
    KajniQW o, pain la IV'i kei -.-. 1
    OOa;
    Uoyd Maaheaoii. Iffra. -
    M. l"r.-ii Aiitigu*.
    Blhari Jarnaai.
    DrlPAKTIWUSS nv 11 1 \ 1
    For Trinidad:
    Mi* iipiim Bortto. .Mr
    RaflM MB lam ajvd I Hugh Pcui

    l 1
    Thompson. II

    Snoru \ iilrla
    ViBits L.N.O.
    FSS, April 20-
    : Dm I'icsi-
    iltad tbn United



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    'li-. I*riisanl
    :.\VK youb
    0ANH INSIRKii
    IBS tO .
    NITBD iNVisrtiKs 1 Q
    1 1 miii n
    InMiraiii r I Hdcrvt ritrrti
    Marlull sirrrl.
    Cat)
    Giinadian National Steamshipr
    OlTiiOIND
    LADV NaauflOM
    1 adv ncDtfcr
    LAI ', nils,.-,
    1AOY RODNnY
    NOBTVBUINB
    Barbado* Bartiadai
    KHh M..-
    ifai km

    Ir-t June
    llrh Apr.
    th M.>
    Sth Jim,
    tTth Jur,i
    itth >pr arm a>
    tth Ma- 1:1.1 M
    10th Jup mh Jv
    letr. |th Ji
    lalth Jui lin Ai
    ITtn 5ia> ll'h Jn.nc 14th Jul 14th Ao~ 37tn Mai 15th Jul>
    ei Arru-1 Join Allvri Beta Arrive*
    toy ^Z jne m. *h Apr 1-::. Hai 31 it Jun 10th July tth AUaT tn v.. ;?*.. Ml 13th Ju.; ttu .\
    :hcnaa without notice .
    rare* aad ftalgbi
    tilted with cold itoroge chayi-
    "ppUeatlon lo:
    GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AgenU.
    St KiIU-N'cmi calling 31(1 April
    Tha M.V. "Daarwood '

    si Luehv st
    ...
    11 M I W llOONa.ll OWNERS'
    ASSOCIATION llMC
    Comibiiee*
    TIX. 4B4I
    MAIL NOTICES

    . nder
    Pinoel. KagVHered and ioi-i-
    . I


    lienenil POat Offlce a*



    IIE. LE.. rilA.XSAI I \\ HOI I
    FRENCH USE
    Naiilny 10 ! 10
    Trinidad P%M
    M I s K- April Mb. 1950
    UASCOGNE". ' April :61h, 1950 11th, 1950
    M1SK IU) yii.
    .1 **> SlU, 1950
    2Sl:i. 1950 July lib, 1950

    I
    1
    tOi lurthcr DbtI p|j to:
    & M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
    ' 1
    :
    1 ..
    I.OVEB.VMEVI Mill! I
    Obiervunce of His Miji-iv Birth
    Ills M.
    day in 1950 on Thuradiy, tin 8U| "'
    2. In .
    19u5. Thursday Ihe 81h ol Jum
    VKTIO.X SALE
    1 '
    roam

    1 iai tf
    ob fill nf HauiBBcr.
    M Mil -
    DIXOhiBBI iuos
    The tmdoraiajted will offer for Sal*
    M their Cjfrlcea. No: n. High street.
    Bridgetown, on F-i.Uy the 11.1 d*V of
    April man. | 1 pm.
    A fully paid up Policy In the TUirha.
    . Ufa AmmiHr Society, on
    IBB Ha* 01 A P. aged 71 >..
    t.ooooa
    Bonu. to 1*45 A.BM M
    Preaciit Surrondar Value .. ll.Ift.ot
    Dal llaf
    4 Oenrr.i
    TUiiraulc
    SEVTRAL IhXKi' FltFI^BtlB condl-
    *1*" Auction Room*, Hardwood
    MISCELLANEOUS
    7UM- of every detection
    Qkaa China, old JaweU, fine SUaar.
    ^toun Early hook*. Map.. Auto-
    "JfW 7 U <;onlnge* Antique Snop.
    *aung Boyai Yacht Club ^
    1J.4B.Lf.n.
    SW AND TRUCK TYRJZS. ntak
    ?* * _?*elend and are *or
    ?* W have tuai raceivaal
    """a- We have n
    > lo ei- ya*j
    * when lhe>
    HlltM-. HaT,
    IS 4.50311.
    J^TON o| Cutler, ^gaining \2"
    !* a* Ralph A Iwn.d-. Auction
    "a ran.!*,,,, ,u,r, Phoiir 4*43
    _____ jo.4.So BB.
    9m PI ,:.n,j, v ,. ,,
    aw lam , ,4, vardtai.
    BTANWAY STORE.
    Lucaa Street.
    - 11.4 W In
    ADtou nuijia v-,ien of :
    "^* Barrow. Phone A1M-4BH
    - 1 4 50- 7|
    to^Amsn> PtPE. rjU!. .,,.
    yj***4Mlv-ntoyd pipe. ISc to 11 H
    ** " A. BAHNtt 8. CO LTD
    15.3 50 t f 1
    mu.i__. .
    * PRIGEJX1NTS A tarlj
    II drug1 tore*
    ^ "VATHSRHAD LTD
    .--------_________ 4"*-n
    ^mjUUDOJ TRW-K TYRI_."v
    'TfiU,:."!"" '= *
    "* * *- Auto T>r. (>>
    a.
    . C*K MAT-Ju nolnd I,
    ,"2L~. or. aUauu. >.
    Mm
    55"* S""' '
    l^[
    Malar Cvru
    a^^^ irOrn imia
    1 Ob-Op
    h-r
    ).. pafji 1
    and c
    wrd. per Ib
    at 0*11 or Un
    ilon Facton l-td
    20 4 50 In
    We will set up for mile nl public coin-
    netitlon at our Offee No. 17. 11.uh s-
    iridaVtouni. ..11 Friday the Mlh day ..f
    April ISM m 2 30 1
    All that three-.toned nie-miare or
    dwelling houee known a* The Brick
    HoLiw and Ihe land therein belonging,
    conialnlrig by admeaturrment 3.014
    Spry SI Bridgetown.
    fnapwhor, btarat Sunday*.
    For further parUcuuui. and Condi-
    tion* of Sale, apply to Ihe underuined*
    COTTUD. CATTORD. A- CO
    IB.4.50- I"-
    WE wlU tet p for aale at public
    competition al our OfBce No: 17. High
    Street. Brtdfetown. on Friday Ihe BMh
    day of April 1B60 at 1 p.m.
    A liwrlllng hoUM IBMBaSrlV the
    Manager** Houae of Ooodumd Plant*-
    tlnni tn Ihe Parish of Saint Michael
    with the land on which It Mand- con-
    'alnlng by admeaiurimant Acre, 3
    Rood*. 4tt Parch** or thtreaboui.
    InepecIMn any day between 10 am
    nd 11 o'clock noon.
    For further particular* and Condi-
    "101 of Sale, applv to the vikdenlgned -
    COTTUD CATFD A CO
    114 JO--'0h
    A PORTION of a Cocoanut Eu.te m
    SI LUCIA 300 to 400 acre*, with ap-
    protimately 5.000 bearing eicoanul tree*
    aiad maliv voting tree*. Un plan ted lan-1
    DM SC.iaited 7 mil** from CaMile* on
    Govarnmeiit main raad waaV 1
    iruluj thnaufh the land Excellent houae
    .ite BOO feet above ee-tevrl with n
    iin-erfalling iprtng near b* Electricity
    available from power plant on nearby
    Apply O
    L
    I have he
    Irmtnictnl
    .lie that rumforutole cottage, callei
    * Honii-aieaal'. altuated at Crumptoi
    s,,,.: II ha* gaillrry drawing and dbi
    ing roonw. l* b*iro.-n. -Uh evtii
    room, Ulchen. water toilet and bejh
    room in yard for keeping goati
    i-.ediate poaaeaMon
    Apply to D'ARCY A SC'
    If*
    ir
    RL'Il.nMG BITE, on the icaUde. wlU.
    Pruau Reach. Apr>roimal*lT. one BBd
    . quarter aerea Al I>--..
    Bay, SI Jamee. aJao wooden garage tor
    two caara, ervanla room, acr^anU toll**
    and largh 'owl run.
    For inrpeotion; Apol>
    Lwrgnce iCaratakeri OppoMIe Quaro
    Bob" for further liu-ormatlon1 to CR
    ha Palm*-. Cheaprtde J**""**
    MB
    Tl
    1 ''
    BTArTWAT STORE.
    laaoaa Street
    NOTICE
    gritjm j J <* *- Artku. of Aa-
    * **>ihii srupp.ua: .(*
    ^. Uw TRANW-ER
    __j*Tam or -tj""'"
    mZZm "*, * "aaurt
    "* D. m. u .
    ^n-"" *, ,. B**anata*r-J
    ------- eaBB] Str^n

    BARBADOS REAL
    ESTATE AlihH
    Phone 23M
    oii.tr HaaUnci Hotel Ltd.
    Place their services at your
    disposal for the Sale of any
    property. .
    INDL'STRIAL
    lUMMKRUAL
    RESIDENTIAL
    No coat to you unlff* we sell
    Should you desire to buy or
    IISsI Li t *
    19.4.502n
    CLUB Sl-CRKTAKVS.HI-
    VAC A NT:
    AJ'PUCATTONS -re invited far the
    Swetaryahip of the St cuir Club.
    Port-of-Sp-m. Trinidad, which become.
    vacant on Ihe SIM. July, 1BB0 Free
    qu-rler* *uit*bl* for retired married
    pie together wllh light and telephone
    muen appUcauono ihould be ad-
    dvaaead to
    HE 1'Rrr.rDlaVT. St. Clalr Club,
    II :i_i..v.>l K. ...
    15 4 SO-fln
    LOM A llll Ml
    LOST
    TICKETS One Bo-Ji of H
    Summer IBAO Ticfcela, St-rle* 0- hVBO
    ' ... .. ". >i
    CO LTD .Advc-
    0 In
    NOTICE
    BY NOTIFY thai NaKhurnal
    i:>okurdaa Chmllanl ha* been bapUaed
    b> the Very Rev Dean ||(,u-lUn*-ii
    n April 1MB at SI. Michael Cathedral
    wln.li time Joseph Nathurn*)
    akurdaa ChalLmi Hmdx Imlian
    Thw nth dary of November 1MB. I
    igned my ill thai Ue Very ne\ Dean
    nilchii.ion tliould be nevutor for m>
    ktale
    1 hereby Withoriee llarbr 11 I
    olhvt nil debta due and owing to me.
    Signed J N. THAKURDAS CMATLAN1
    104 50-4n.
    NOTICE
    ' Owing 10 the difficulty of tendering
    to. the replacement of the Oalllng al
    Iw Pariah Church without nrat remov-
    ng the old one. I now call for tender*
    lor the removal of tha main ceiling of
    lie Paruh Church
    Teiidn> -ill be received by in* up to
    Mary
  • W. U. OOOi'
    Parochial Treasurer,
    St Philip
    If 4 30-un
    l/vii|j School Ne\l lrrta?
    HAVE you conaiderod Joumaiiam aa a
    Career* The. Bertaadoe Advocate in looa-
    ir.fc for a bright young Mat
    a* a Sub-Kdltor Apply now In rllu^i
    giving full detail* to the I'
    -. (trued Street
    31 4 50
    TAKE NOTICE that the
    Sale of "Staunton" 6th
    Avenue Belleville, advertised
    for sale by publi
    Friday 21t init. has been
    temporarily withdrawn.
    R. S. N1CHOLLS o* CO..
    Solicitor*
    COMING SOON
    Handy little
    Purfcibie (ni
    LOOK OUT fur
    Your Gaa Company .
    KOI 1 \\l BJ 1 /
    e*****N fttr itirftriicftj OiliiU'HH
    1 1 Mll.ll IOI \IHIi 1.1 II.
    A. M. WEBB
    Btaatfcl llonibi
    lloth 1.
    :::
    IftS Roebuck St., Hrldgrlov.11
    MU IHH. .- Hnur. : 9-3
    roil SALE
    MAKISTOW
    1
    ra Private Beach, c
    '' '*iiKhtfui b ic rWo ,.,, i 1
    trvamv
    miM. fuiNKslu.il. PurchBBBT paWtBJ
    11 vMtiun one U
    B408,
    B
    REAL ESTATE
    IIIXON
    AND
    111 Upon
    'JOHN M. Rl. \1HIN I
    FOR~SALE
    ' CANJBiEJaU HOUSE
    very fine and a.
    property
    acrea li alill available Ii -
    -
    freeUo 11 of U* .
    naked Thdr* -,.
    routna. a largo entr.
    a fine cwrved Mai
    and ah.. 3 bedroom*. kit
    etc Oarage for I
    ;nia; .mil rym
    r>L\'
    T V A Bead Estate

    laUon* Buildang. Phone 4040
    vista. Rha ...
    I.

    ttrxloted by a Arm of repwle
    lairge lounge, dining
    kticJwn, i l>edr<- ,
    and fitted wardrobr>
    room, double ****-
    quarter*, terrnoeil
    IHCOAI%\ A a Sll.lt I ION
    NlXOMfi Moihi.s,.- N ,." pali ,11 -.......
    PLA8TII la wiiii. uiur. 1..in..11 rial Mi an >i
    OTI PLASTIC HI .......
    Mil 1.1 RIBBON la I .1.1 Qraaa
    RBADVMAIII ". .i 1VEAR FOR LADIE! Al I nr
    i:\ WTOY
    tNon to Yeovilton Top gtoek)

    upunm
    M rOan

    Viawinfj
    KAl.fll A BRAHII
    Htrdwood Alley Pnoili 4Ma ,
    ; :..
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    at* ABaaii.
    1'^m. 4X411
    tar**"
    UHI
    laaach
    i-'.i.. .1...1.
    Ktda IroajB fl
    FOR the woduouon <' (reh
    .igoi*-. ona-igy .
    .*. vou obji tak.-
    b*U*r than the rwiawned IP H P
    1ABLXTB If taken
    yau will reel a rtlffet.-
    look ba4h*r and Bnd It quite *a*y
    W parform your dutie* with
    *r**ft*r *al*aa*aBlBrn am
    May feeling of waaki-
    piwaalan. Obtalnnble al -II OCJ
    fh-ug Store*
    Iniist on...
    S.P.H.P. TABLETS
    > IUi M
    uiUhjflgB fgfagem ibm oK
    F V a Real leu.-.
    i>.a*er. A
    bsaa* 4*B
    BENTALS
    WHiTB HAMM l I*'
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    ( mCtf -On
    TtffiUeTk-'ltLiT"
    the *ea
    PIATM-Al St I..
    the are
    CWJ) BflBBMM OOTTAT.i:
    J-.ua. on Ikr, MB.
    ROBE HHJ. 4X Pr'.
    HEAL UTATR AGENTS.
    ABcUBBaor* 4> Sui I I \N IMIOSM HI 1I.DING
    Pkamm *
    NEW GENUINE IIK1 CROWS GINGER ill I.OI S III I 11 IK WITH HUM OR WHMkY.


    I'.U.I IK.III
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    Car I ton Defeat
    College 4-0

    thai! match
    i
    Two goals were scored b\ N Lucaj and 'he others by
    \V;irn n and Marshall.
    W.l Team
    Named For
    Monday's Came


    i

    tollow

    r
    H J

    S nsnex)

    Hook-


    Rruler
    1350 Golf
    Toumamenl




    round aggre-
    gate OVt


    i slight bran
    ieron the field whrn I
    Carftton players trotted out
    began from early l
    goal They had

    of ihem Carl ton
    ore when
    - T
    I
    ball down
    ii i ui onl)


    .i pan ran thi
    S-nith the College goal--'
    - ibota at the goal
    i Rime College played a
    t but then* finishing
    ceurete,
    vu railed upon to do
    ban Warren ran
    rked and
    ticked bard at the goal but he
    ..
    I for coriMi ku-k
    . I
    bruJlanl m
    Marshall cut in '..

    minuter

    All MM Carlfc
    o much for ti
    (ourth goal came when the t>all

    I .
    ' kicked it
    1 U i
    ': i H to get
    iirlton

    - re:
    ariuMi Williams,
    Clalrmonta, K
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    T FriJ-T April 21. Bmrtotiws fluuitcate Prift: IVE JEMS tear 55. Communists Behind London Dock Strike MP. WANTS TO END CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN THE COLONIES Will Ask Griffiths (From Our Own Cnrrfspoiulcnl l. LONDON. Apnl M. EVENTUAL abolition of corporal punishment in nil Ji' colonial territories is being ought bj Labour M.P VJ Reinlil Sorensen. This will aRecl all Wi t Indian I—IM except Trinidad where it is no longer in force. **"" Mr Soramra ithe %  Drinks From Mother's Skull %  "*"*" KINGSTON, J'ca. K rfouti <" lin Jamaica's tourist J„ re Nlontego Kay. toll 2Jrto drinks from a most unSl dnnking vessel—a cup made MB to* dtull o( his mother. At b*r m ,nt northstde re>rt flglj^ a customer approached J, counter, askt-d for a drink of •kWrum.ihen took from his hip3ft what looked like a skull, {-prised fellow customers saw j-i H was indeed n skull. Qucsuoned about tinunusual gjliirwhich he held by the i.w n.l*'iti KINGSTON, J'ca. The British Ministry an signed a ten-year contract with the Jamaica Citrus Urowt i Aswcuuon to buy 4750 tons of concentrated sweet orange juice usually from Jamaica. Similar contracts will also be given to fnntdad (or 1,500 tons and to British Honduras for 750 tons. The contract with Jamaica bc(AuMs cflective on October 1, 1950. To supply its quotn Jamaica will Mm to produce m million boxes a? rweet orange* annually, as %  plait last yeu %  -otal production of ipproximatelv 500,000 boxes. It it not expecteu that the whole of the 2,750 ton in the rirst few veura, and at prcs•rumcntal %  form of punishment in tht I On Apnl 1!G he Will Colonial Secretarj Mi Griffiths uii disparity In tin %  %  %  Bldfld: if he will inquire whv ihi %  will seek %  %  -.,. punlshn i Mr. Griffiths wl wtul ire the § i native 111111 1 1 and. ponde %  •.whether %  uu nt ytfill I :. : sen told me hi ot>t; 1 m B ' i. lonial At tlitmoment there m "< tain rolonir-. w litre mineral (HUB* islini.nl ran be inllieled i.u 1 eertain rolonles where it tu 10*" be said "That doeVnl setM right to me. 1 would l know then different lias been here and 1 don't sec houldnt bo in th. %  form of > Irol Tower to reti %  %  %  Lng on the and. Company its log to reduec Infton B rrai from $126 to IBS charge;; from Nee %  %  tetement ai Ibi of the Company's stockhob 'fbe'^pplTed Mid that ud storesIngton Bermud at the Citrus Growers Ajsociatoo high ..1 tton estimates to I* able to supAcron ply only 1,000 tons during the | Now Tariff it wll fait year of the cu A factory I 1 lion ol enaceatrated citrus mice is now in on nights from N< the process of erection at Bog i muda but is only U %  rigton. i-.in. Press • fuMlaMbecm. a Walk, St. Cathen $37,000,000 Down tattaao-. Advocate CDrrMpgndvpK KINGSTON, J'ca. Jamaica's adverse trade balance jar \9i'J A.I.ipproximately m,MO ( 000 (W.I.i This gross adverse ti ae* was computed on the -iifTerenct betuee:, xp.., i„| iir.ports %  ad does not take Into account inSIX MONTHS FOR NYLONS LONDON. Ai 1 1 'in the Argentine Liner I'reMdenle Peron. was sent to Gaol for six iri With pilot had to land on the two . or tin I The I I 4 hurt. %  twice-we* kly Righti I %  %  %  Trig I but the airport Control Ti a 1 . Finally the Contl them t ;. I f.'i fron —Keuter. CATHOLICS WILL VOTE FOR PRINCE BAVDOUS BRUSSELS April 20. 1 latholic) Membera ol the I V I thai 1 %  1 .1 Govei omt nt to %  d to allow Km.; \ son ''1 i:.' %  %  %  aul Van net Eormi 1 %  \ 1 %  %  %  i %  %  H Uatfa 1 SPORTS WINDOW .SMOOTH! DlrtMan Irt-.(l*li onr [1 %  irutn C r ' %  ihl. eVpon ,uc 'r' n os "*** from farm workers m the UniU-d '' Bute of America and revenue wrned irom the tourist trade. for smuggling n> I Gonzalez pleaded guilty li .. When tbeae an reckoned it is 'stockings and to keeping 102 pair> **Ptcd that they will substanwhich police found in h nally reduce -n. i>uter. CHRIST CHURCH VESTRY LAY RATES FOR 1950 AT FIRST NIGHT SITTING Taxes Go lip IIT IS estimated that the Christ Church Vcstiy pend $120.46 du 1112,696 last year. Antigua Port Workers Still On Strike Body I'ouml In A Well IN BAHAMAS A b. Ketty Rennet .-. %  '. quarry. Police had to pUl %  %  Jjpjod$l20^>46 during the currenl yeai 1 compared with The Vestry holding : to be the onl> night adtUDg hi ..nd so far.; returned to the %  ANTIGUA. Apnl 20 Antirua Trade Laboy,. Union. Jjy^g l>een victorloua In th. 1 %  f 1 "*" Bryeooi rorema ^proceeded to make furthei J^wjaonthisiirm which resultr* onion demands autl 3nw^ VPdo,e -""' 1 "'" 1 und "^nn riflceeaioni rates to%  j.t tended. On land. UM v "** per acre H 1 Ompeitd Ith H*47| last ye. S I trade 16.65 cents in t> cumparcd with 14.78 meat dam m %  % %  %  •n lairaata <>i ai>ui U ii 1 %  •< %  1 usi rtai inNi 1 ,n I-I. Drink It I'ree In Paris PARH %  %  %  Inli-Plck-Pockei Campaign in Hah %  %  1 %  %  1 of their 1 —Router Fight Lies With Truth TRUMAN CALLS FOR CAMPAIGN WASHINGTON April 20, ;d on the free aaUon world to impatgn ol .n propa* UM Amciuan %  : I %  I l.le>s %  crl Ihr i.il sli > %  eegee Ikec atvta%  1 In m rtl hm Ike battla t>i iena 1 Illld^ b> defaoll he NM %  l>ean Aehi %  i;: the frit %  I \enulf t. IIMI it ni rimne upporl Tor the Minister's attitude Official figures %  nnounced this sj t etneon showed K.737 dOekeri had loined tht %  mere than the earlv mmninK total and nenrlv 4.000 more than last night. There were 41 ships Idle. 10 unilei manned and <•* working. —Router. IION. a 20. is %  bofnba on 1 troops on torthwest ttempi la bun 01 1 '.itiK was N Ki'iinus.1 ol trn-ir %  : loops, landed by .rod 1. foothold In ti.e %  Dfl MOOhat 5.000 TI -i:.'. ••tai nt ovei 8,000 men neei I.mkau. MI Reng Kong bel ... sjded, *IY' mailer groups, were ..'ntutuui* to %  l'. .iv el i,il> Conunuoial soi %  %  'hat 5.000 of U. h:, I been %  Keuter \ alicaiiDouhls Authenticity Of Agreement II SILIERS CANCEL VISIT %  %  %  %  %  %  Under it 1hoped th 1 t to take 1r on. VATICAN, A| • red arlth st sgreenienl badoa Regiment Communist Goveinnnnt. Only2Yt3amFortJS To Develop bnporto Homo when atenl on the recognition %  .1 I b> the Ill'lM 1 ilatei increased, the — Renter. —Kreler. Man For 5 Years QRAZ, Ku %  %  %  ll IB53. %  'endant. Margaret II. %  %  %  %  Hi., he court sent' months, mo "ilsed she would "ft 'If you uren't cun \atiomitisation In Rumania BUCHAIUBBT, April 20. %  ixed property <•%  1 111..1 lendo Bd oilier of the major Bour%  ... 1 Inga undei %  n. t property ol m Rumanii I artisans. %  %  nd Moaii vUI ha i 1 oi wi. wd te will i>e %  The state will lake over pro%  %  1 have the trailer. Yugoslav Officiul Calls On Platyras ATHENS. April 20. The Yugoslav Charge D'affaires ierif Sehoivic, made a half hour call on General Nlcholois Platyras. the new f.rrek Prime and Foreign Minister. The interview was most cordial the general said .norwards, but hated to make nny furtn-r • ;.t imtii he had leen the 1 lor. Sotyietn Semi Moles On Trieste WASHDfOTOrl, Apnl 20. irtaeenl an* id today that the l>epuly Foreign Minister. Mr. Andrei Ol anted a %  ID I Krcinn I —Renter. The jjj !" 1 ''-Baldwin .-ind his paitv %  „ Q ,„,, ihink n is rolni I r> Setui le t.aA\, ktatlawM IMi i ,\ .. I unnl Krul-r. of Si Kltts %  %  Who SuvedCzechoslovakia? Briti h idu8irii _, ,, o ... • 1 rorill Vllliill.r Insamr Given In Prague Spy I rial .prll 20. %  %  It r. r ith Ihc 'ICUK \ %  1 r Ited s. %  Embaaay. %  -' I II (C.I I Exporl Tr.i. WrivM J" u "'" %  '" hla parly ; larlou. T lo u r '" 1 "' ii^i of Dun long. ^-GranUty Adams 2? 1 R 1Brad.ha • >lao h,r, jy r >• lhal SJiL !" '' • trlndinn dueI JJJtll shortly !" ? huw-rrd and ?*-• "•.cotton .r,,^2S "*•*•• havln miaanl liaahf 00 "'*" 011 %  >*


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    PAGE TWO BARBAUOI AUV %  [RIDAV. AIMIU. Qa/ub Qaliinq Choirboy collar h "Caracas journal" was taken In I! nhere? —Antver to:. M V ADAMS, .r I 10 hi at!. I On Honeymoon M Remaining Here %  %  %  %  %  %  %  mrm na; isaaasla such as Bern: Now Ha. A Beard -i;h vho was in Barlonths age ifo by plane on a short r*, Warren m %  .p rioae. He -A ill %  • i He hopes to Sail ..and also ice from First Holiday In 3 Year* ink'A ftp' Man Wins i'200 %  v I: r * V3ABY LOWES ROBINSONS 'PATENT'BARLEY %  •has mtlk mort difssttble for bsby (uticura X* TALCUM ** asadoamS KliCCKtC Travelled on The "Cjolfito" M R. M has air:' %  II %  ana a Ka w wsr usat 1 IIUY.tl. Worttungs IN B1# TONIGHT to Tuesdai Nt.ht i K 39 %  •Till: TIME. THE PLACE 1 .. ,1m,. Technicolor > Swini DENNIS MORGAN — JACK CARSON !,, PAGE MARTHA VICKERS CARMEN AVAI LAS and his OrchMtra. ^* 1 Ilimt Bro. Pklsre. Your Popular Cinema H£ PLAZA Friday 21 — Salurda Joan I'KAtVKIIKI) proudly pr^ > tt —Sunday :: — S 4 8.„ III I I.IN luo Ml DB POPl I \K %  d one-betlroi.' ( an. rrr* i> Continuing W.I. lour M wry nd Wants to Live in England %  REAOl FOB % %  floor. .00. :-,lll. >l One Man Act it %  %  Rupert and the Dragon Pills—24 arr M Fir.t Vi.it M Intransit H LA hit Her Son %  Comings and Goings M l %  Gone To England %  ;.us just gone to :-ncy on hip, had %  %  :>XKKCp. SUM ippur*. Ruocri >i mtj *SJ %  %  • Due to Leave Yesterday C N Annual Easter Ball T id i rjjillo %  i c *. <* n %  i 1 ~ rg 1 %  •> • i m m hf .. muii < ; MIS aai au' |f4CHCOS %  %  %  though both It Strasbourg %  assuietl at IH>UI the Look %  hlful Aim IfisjsjgvJg Msjgsj an*) i AM rr... upon •vary Amgn .. MfgUJ haunt u* • Hi ill: II IS! ft! TROPICAL SUITING .1! knehea wide S3.23 %  %  pal 0|i'iiiiiit lii'iiiurroH (ASIAKINA (.LIB BATTO1 BVM Bl -I LAWBI N< t ii ai t> p.m. WgjlMSJl tlM Nighl DINNER SUPPER DANCING and for .BREAKFAST %  lions tor .iiniu'r onli Phona MM \III>-.I\ i II \N nil" BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. PHILIPS SUPER DELUXE TABLE MODEL • THE LAST WORD m HADIO MANUFACTURE proTida. undta.ort.d racanooc, H i. axcaUanl in sound Toliuna and hul cono-ol ol rsproducdon. atwcd,. and arts*: in app*,^. wiUl all th. PWUPS auallBa. smbodW. MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS.


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