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PAC.F. EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Empire Defeat Everton 2-0 ill fans mm Empire defeat twton 2-0. whi dura it Qui terdav Ihp oals were scored by Mandeville and Mc Collm I he ga To Shoot Next Week nera of the Bar,1! Bore Rifle Club are %  i I which will be rday, April zeth, : some vcr\ I %  %  Store for this period Bl awarded a Spoon. The tell %  names of ,.II K with their ,%1i P A %  W 33 .. p Chaec M M 98 25 H I) Edghill 4.41 V9 08 %  7 91 Mr II Ni holll •! % %  „ W A 97 75 T A I •*. r ,,.. U. Q fuel I "-" i v. 95 91 I rrcn 95.08 9S.16 K s OT.00 K Br*t Seres 'Ulit i>e*t days pr.i tub HI'S ion Mr H 99 I! .Jordan N 98 trUull 98 p A • t'seman 97 %  nth 97 Scottish Champ Wins Golf Toiiriinmrnt %  i arlth an %  %  I %  1938 %  11 honours tl LDlrut the seeon I 100 with an aggreiate of 281 round* of .ii and 88 %  %  i.. with an MJ %  — tlru.ii llf. ">e gnme ^ r.tested as eaeh side Irie-t ina man This resulted t;i me ball being kepi tn the midlome opportunities. Everton ware almost successful In opening the ban Empire's custodian bold .. lob from fhelr light, but Jordan the right lull-back i.u ii, F %  ;.:i< forwards i.-, %  a numb* Mich were keeper %  t once began to press vere then ling, but Everton were soon one down, when Manl!. pUttUlg th) bill into the nets. This re%  M -kick which was to Empire. Everton roughl hard to equalise, but saw | i their lead when ltd heforc time call %  rod from ;i penalty |0 them in, Wickhr.m. St John. Thorn. Boxhlll Strode, Culpepper, Arcr* ley.Eday J. tl Mi i. F HarrI DAMES DRl II ROVERS 3-0 %  o yesterday • third division football Kensington Again the Notre Dame players outplayed I gave Ihem ~core. %  CM them Picfcwlck ; hair scoring to the of the second aaaful. v ftl P.C. aj I Wlralea* v M I A and LToeV M I A WO : TWO MEN. sailing 25ft Y*<' IJ9 Kevin O'Riordnn, 84, and Humphrey Barton, 50. tat of! from the Solent yesterday in a 23ft. yacht, with New York their destination. They hope to cross the Atlantic in six weeks. Mr. O'Riordan is an cx-pollccman and Mr. t>oal designer Their craft, the Vertue 35 was designed hy him in Lymmton. She weighs five tons and has been strengthened amldship for the ocean crossing I Express). I PPEAL JUDGES DISMISS VSSAULT CHARGE Their Honouil Ol the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr J W, B, Chenery, yesterday ronflrmed a Ul l> 1) Moms, Police Magistrate of '. %  ('" Mi Ui n missed a case which Phyllii nlc Carthy ol Vim-yam. St. Philip, had brought against Cecil Jordan <>f the same district alleging that hv h "'. aanulted Faj a v 29 Their II M N choll said thai he had o i 1 1 • H a to look and ;eli hrn Another Steel Shed For Queen's Park # From pace 5 V*e PreC D L C. O. Armstrong. G. R. |. well. IH Farmer umitiec now I 145 Ordinary Members. 8 Associate Members and one Honorary Men A Two new mrrr • W. R rarringtoii Dray ton will be tl %  ir John Saint on Ti mral Board and Mr :. .sanls" Loan B Before electing iheu tat, Mr Kln| the outgoing president Mr. Seal He said that the S< i grateful to him fur tba work he had done for them dur•hree years i the Soci1 el.v for the : (erred upon him by n i i ptr-ntere had sail gal no good results froi uails but many on the oUtOf hanu i had told him of good r< | Tuck T had given bin. gcstiuiis which would in %  0x1 of tha I next campaign they looked forward to He said that he had told the authorities about the inconvenience planters met when lorries had to be licensed duni. time. Two days meant much to the planhi "ht GovL.-nmcnt would Ha tba iviadean of charging the period to a month Inished. IfiU+lud iKMm Th* Nr Onhnum 1 SS fi.B.i. Radii. rrnjjraMf •UTITKfMY ArU . 1SS* --n-.. n. I It %  m IUnw. 1 IS p m Ham* Nj n S.lS p.m GUd To Ht*t Y, = M p m limry Hll G" 0 m Dnc Mimic: am Spurn torn. • The I IDpm Th D*lly rr.le*. IS p.m S..n S FVom Th* how ISO p ra. IM%  m' Cnoic#: SIS pm Pr<*rmm* P>*df. 3 SB !• m Inierlud*: S • p m M T OS p.m Th* Nw 7 10 p m News Aiioiyw* T IS p m UMiind Th Nw. J 44 p m UfhJ M'liir S O* p m Radio N< IOCS Fmrn Th* Show 9 00 p m %  .H> i> -B In Towe Toiiichl 10 OS p in THe Htw* 10.10 MMM rir.ni Mr • i> m rip* And Drum* 10 SO p m Think On Thew Thingi. 10 45 pin : t no p.m Th* New Jiunmva A$k$ For U.S. Athletes H VOBJC April 21 %  intrtea for Ann | %  tour AtM' tra • %  sntad In Panama. I Northern Inland, Puerto %  ind South Africa gpeetod ">at IOO athletes -m^ trips %  —Reuler pointing 01 MiCartl %  Mr J. S II [> i %  and her witness Wyatt road near I ,S. IMau Bone Jumping At The Olympic Games %  it %  %  %  %  %  —rum. r The Weather in DAI sun Up 1 1-411 01 Baa Bats • 11 i> in Moon ilir-i ilio.i! i \pril 25. I 1.Mill* I II |l III ill iraJ II in Ihll KUM Rainfall 1 %  irlntton) i Ina | U |j mil I,. r-.ln da>: .! EM rrmpeialuK HU rimpnrshn I Wind Din %  Uea 1 %  > 1 1 <3 p.in I i" M wind \ sJaaMj II adtoa per Imur Wummtm I 1" i*M (3 p.m i nt.MS BEATEN ON SPLIT DECISION 1' iK II \M> MAINS, April II 1 %  of I Urn ui iMUlni oundi hi 0 watohad 111 %  1 pounds 11 no knot k-downi dur—Knit. /i* Arrive From Curacao %  r h athag vehiile. along the road. When his car got oca th-eantn % % %  tha garage, he told his s il '• prt into the 1 eama up lUdad with his cai Chatged Will. Y ht'ft JOSEPH K1CH ford's Tenantry was charged beE. A. McLeod with IUM the property of the Gow 1 16 Tile vase wai adjouiaed until) May 10. Nichols was alleging th.it it w is not his negligent i Mapp's ear. Then Honours difficult to com*. tO the thut the naa^lajanca woa that .11 11! iver. A H HIV1 N ., K I. M .. ; %  .. %  %  %  % %  ilh thir%  %  1 1 11 v* iL.ii—t. lauroeai I %  iiu Miita*. iiuOi nuckiiMi. nii oatMii llL, t -, |.. %  IVtlUd -1-1 willI .veil 1 00 the p %  Clarke said that Jordan ^•ni %  Hr. B. K. H 1 oiu t thai Jordan and I had dlflvra 1 %  Me Caitb] %  1 daughter who I %  did not |0 %  f > 1 to %  1 In 11 M heir wan I I in the %  I %  %  %  DnDagae \u rded A j %  Thou %  Bottom, %  Nknoai bad damafad till cai %  %  on Augus* 1 (or 135.60. Mi u W rb vithdrawn at close of buHna Guilt] Of Lolteriiig ktton i"i if R tiblp Mi 1 euiit) of \' w infant to 1 %  St I'hilii \ became X\\v cat which was eomlni iui ol tha %  POST OFFICE NOTICE New Issue of Postage Stamps. I) va issue of DO .Mil ba placed on sale at all POM pictorial uana with the values I follows—1 cent. 'I cents. 3 cents, j 4 cents, 6 cents. 8 etnta, 12 cents, 2* cents, 48 cents. 60 cents. SI 20 ] and $2.40 The present issue will be HI April 150. FOR FIRST DAY COVERS (1 > Aii %  accomI lad by full rarnJttanea will be received at UM O" Post Office up to 12 noon on Saturday 29th April, pp than .-... %  to 8 cents. plala -heel t50 stamps) of the valu. to M %  nps) of the val I 1 alnt will be sent and must be preserved. i 1* put up in gaaiad lalivarad M M... nrom 8.00 a m on pram tat! a il ol in* receipt referred to. This adll be detained by the 1 %  apt should be i-c affined on the envelopes I the L>e....• this) and posted no! later than 4.00 p.m. %  nvalopai onn IKpaaaad through thi operated machlna wta atnvark them as usual and prim 1: .be done to the COM of letters foi reglatrallorj \ ipaclal nceptode will bo provided (or Brat Day REGISTRATION IN BULK on envaionaa will ba supplied m advance wllb nurnbared reftab It and %  ied labels The labels will be affixed by the Model to the m and the address, tl led in 1 Letters duly labelled and beanruj the correct poateaa ..nd rafdaatpM in duplicate, will be presented at the Regis\ : %  irerifaBBtton the original n data rtantPttl tnd llgnad will be handed to the applicant and the | duplicate retained as an office record. %  20lh April. 1950 SUGAR null samples for big markets They'll Do It Every Time B WfO SA 0 5-53ERS TALK ALLTHE TIME? PRESENTS5 =5I3HT NOW BRUNO THE SILEM-TONSORIAUST--. ^LENT,T4AT S, UNTIL HE CUTS LOOSE NMTH ThE SCALP VlBRATOR.T-EN HE GIVES OUT WITH THE 3^ DEGREE— i\ Jitinm Hatlo <'NNf HOWS THIN6S IN YOUR UNE? S pSi'JA HEAR THE ONE-? YANKS— OOP66RSWHO'S ON FiRST ? „VNMA1 S OH SECOND? VAT Raw su^ai bcin^ nude inplc m the Pon ofLoodon \nA aq *mm houses. Thcw nut caretullv dnun and marked with ihur bulk inbutcd. N but all gi>od> shipped \u the P.L.A get ti. %  %  nrteiebv th niernst: S & S again IT* IIHNOM LTD Woaanaxters for Beat Kaai MATINTO" ft OIL PAINT Stocked In Uhllr. l'nMrk S" ENAMEL FBI PAINT laml Gloss equalling Enamel In Hhilr 4 CRUI In 1 gallon. ', gallon & U gallon UU Ml WILKINSON & HAYNES CO,



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T ..rTR PAV. APBIL U. 192U UAUBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Conditions in the Eastern Caribbean and the Guianas By T. G. MAJOK Cna:H an Trade Commissioner ,„ "fOfttlGN TRADE' April 15, 1950 anticipated it "as settling the sugar problem 'ULi ax months lor the created much unreal u vincncv I *• *„ ation ol terllng. In the prws, leglslatui —*SJS MTTKOHW ol the Eastin ol banc foods t.niisliC.uiana British Guiana extremely rains in January and February further complicated matetured (ood, im The coastal lands wan m^L restrictions l,av0 pr( 'subjected to torrential '"importers from seeking pours with which the dl *oc*t s ri ;i; re unobl <> to cope. As I^B countries when CUT%  result thousaim Pwticd I" rlerUng. Al lhl -' H>dl tot sterling sources poultry wen crowing nHU IW" 1 ' ,;r h "aWtabts ;"'d other a Jrfmine eo$u but not ad road tram %  . IKS in the conservation dams —.*TT these I which n-.it.ht have produce .been greatest in those ,,i foods Jd.tation suppl* ction> of tlM uub ,c rushed from Tr. I %  :i -Waers Lag— made. n.v ipeaklng waathar %  %  to crop growth i n the ) ing o( the sugar CTO) ing and good yields art pated although ihe MJU begin ' m there has been The f" 11 *'""' :; "' devo! .clayed by the crops of 19*9 w llcl1 ,lacC(l irrigation an.: tnricalion uh %  > is a proponed 420 n M Ti inioad. The water supply ol also is the subject of recent activity In British Guiana. ni.ii Davalopnai t 1 British Government body, is putting into operation a very extenKploftatiori "f the timber resources of the Bartica triangle juat above ih head of navigation on qulbo River. The tourist season has beer. settee, particularly in wafWhioa innulad and l..ha*. Mid 34, Thomas. Ihe annual Miilux of tourist*, by Ike roggni steamship MTM.r. frw 1 .ind the rnited Maaai am ban augmented hy a number of lux ur .ruise ship* operated k) llriluli. Dutch. \iiirn...ii , other lines. Barhados bi | ml alaff ha* ben.-i.tted b) %  u^uution of direct 11 %  da Airline* Hunts (r.m MOM In al rla saaniaaa tad h >> atrei %  niiM from Wneiucla IIr ccolli British Wed 1 wan lu* sssurted Sathai la sttaa which should lawn ift of tourists from the I'm tee States. MSCKLENBUROH SQUARE PROJECT—An ..rust's drawing ol the d ,-..•. Lcmdon, at hide for food parcels from overseas. Financed by the Lord Mayors National Thanksgiving Fund, the bin'. ..ud United States Students. On the loft is the proposed £800,000 bulldlnf '.or married and women students It is north side of the Square when the bomb damaged houses now standing than lave been demolished, tin the right is win look when reconstructed to accommodate men itadanta. Risefl In Canadian Eagle Oil kraal LONDON, April 21. .n the London Stock exchange have shown that market operators are content to lea\. MM to their own devices whilst full import of United Kingdom budget proposals is being assessed. was a trash upset in 1 da, following the addition ol two more sterling loans to *he redemption list. Sharp rises in Canadian Eagle lovided tho feature of the oil section. Other oils were mostly hesitant Lcopoldina railway prior charge were Arm In the rail section but d the utilities eased on protit-taking on recent issues. celling of South African gold shares continued today and the market was dull. Confidence still remains to be restored in this ind potential buyers are holding -Keuter. Plan For Students Centre Criticised — In England 3h in the and stimulateprc-Chrislmi.i At the same III %  B— a t> I pvermnen's at price increases until new mported. in ad'' "Guardian" suggests it would ha wiser to bring other univers'ties tMna .Hid enable nversaai students to go also to Bristol or Manchester or Mn iiungliain l>\ assisting increase their hostel accommotuiHon. %  %  formidable An attempt to Frank KewsonSmitti i London H to "The ba point of \ %  %  wet weather which contlm into the dry aeo cutttng and may tfleel tb 1 n tho tnothei couiiuies have '" to British Guiana, the rainfall I (ovarm In Trinidad has ,,, rvy and there h I f the re' —ubly in Trinidad where ,u wropa. Trinidad has had an strictrva measun,. T lawted c<''=' 1 "' Canadian excallant besjraung which hits h yejgr SMMI sarveys made by buslKingdom to be no immediate pru -, ,. n iiiUoiL<, indicate thai ; %  ersal of the In T" %  — also has shared H arirp increases mnsine fUao "* %  warea in the boom In um are taken to increase the S w ''5 i" r "' Ml '" %  I;u,lv r c 1 w tn sules vhic,l y ,0 nat<1 currency aJaosaneati a*, ihe middle of Ihe year. Europe, smallei J, I urak paasee bad thai Zealand, The choice In the rnmmKlil> Brieea are aumarkel for nutmeg ir A h> 1lar. Ii %  aasrtli eonlribulr to rising lt6 g^oing to the sterling and associat. 1 %  f United Kingdom and Europ" at 1 ; %  ''" Tun H 10 commodity prices, satisfactory puces. The near n eardtoad sa oat of travel by ah and s< 0 rainfall resulted In losses ol stortion countries, such as 1 d posts I i'" 11 %  '""'/' iBTrtfiio,. Ml h IVderalinn Kcporl KVB all island%  %  %  "" bave irKreathw and lubricati al a I > the di tncuU les rd poultry and ]„ the poetical Held the publinobile sen. ibuted to the up I 1 on 1 Our London Correspondent) LONDON. vcr a question on which the to Innii %  e would wish to be solidly united. It is ihe ^ nsi aa tjo ea greg atlo n critiolarn Pund sponsored by the Urd Mayor,of LorT'JSOt frl'Th's ol the generosity to Britain during warCIU *. the Commonwealth and of the Uniua tunity for contact with their I .^f gratilenburgn %  Ung faUowi there than they would %  ..in How and have red lodgings. He .t Russel Square to the Lonalso denies that the bee n 0011 Unhn Ungs la Maeklenhui Malet Street. Into .1 postti ;i graduate ,. v. ., bourhood n is eonpi n fact, imprwed .iuenncally ideal. It is by the '1 tha close to 1/indon University, the BJ ....,, _. ,,.,. British Muaaurn, the Inns od Cousi any case bstdrj d tl teaching bospltsls. < namy ictto. are about ten years or s where it is 200 men in residence at I,onbllih the cultural do House, Their average stay there is 2 years. They pay between :i( to 4 guineas a Ing on whether or not ihey share a bad Besides dormr Mouse has common rooms, a dining hall that would do % %  Cambridge collage, and a good small library and edu re for the %  1 %  1 tkdoa but throughK.-uli-riU i.f Merklrnbureli Square, expecting to be displaced pares— aasUfta the Idea of the Benin being then, reople in the 1 I for the b) U Frank 1 egret toil it "as to displace about forty families In Mewkkri <•. but he said that cMiefforl would l>e %  %  The Dominions Students' Trust also denleta and the wsdsh provldn one of the bent Uva logethar, the crlO anasplss "i OaaiglH arehiteeture segregation from their fellow in InaWI and is eerUinly the -ludenls in thht 0OU maat completely unaltered examlatter point that harSeagffad pie of iU period. most serious SttSgfUon in the British Press. 1 ol couraa, i the fund. SechiMon in a letter to "The Times" last re controversial, week. Dr. S. w. Jeger. Socialis; %  Iest summed up In If.P, for Mot bom and St. l'anastai rSS South, argued that it was OB. the subject not in the interests of the students self government ; diho,'V I. ne clnr, thrrnseKe. -to be co tloo Of higher .-gg M fedennion of theBi. an theout' • standing fi the period nin e ln U" under review. This report recomn„ Ti. InfMMk. menrl^ the establishment of a —un llK '"'"•*'*— federal government with ... 1 on 1 wh strucUoa, both private ..1 H Australian C is becoming increasingly active constitutes ['building of the burnt out %  seclusion among their own knd" anarltmh.. ish Gui Th( Man.h^te. Guardun" in w.LB. 1 "r;;;,/;.,. %  r *j-j* 1(ldl ; I : %  ;%  ; (oupled with this report .t( ^ Colonial students •P-twn*' %  u ,,^e. %  iWdSua rt %  rwuld live on easy and Ultimate repres. looking towards a mullet -Aith the voung people of tt % %  -Muresthis countrv. The American stuquntities about '_or1 these reports ... ( ,,. Mri w|](in |u to than the W.M Indian proPort-ol isflando, submitted to the various colonial U| ^ w.th Amerianregarde,! j the minimum IKDC and botUi ..... ^ (|j ^ t0 ^ lr ,.. lU%1 u a %  nary tor m %  %  „ [, iri(|oi! crvtaion lor ha BaWtry as the 1 of tht Trinidad .i.e Eastern Liinb)H il aconotn Other adverse criticisms have was ad, A number lei klenbuigh Squaremust 1 in Meeklenburgn SqUMS. We Of the 40 families who will ba Ul \ Memorilll build a permanent memorial" rays nrigndu-r I C PSppar. Secretary of the Thanksgiving Fund and the man %  A coffee hit! .federation proposals hi but the W favourable except ,: by political extensive plsflll fi p thsn comnuit i;.i repn 1 and mineral rent* local legislatures ha end of agriculture an 1 to the com Jerway. Various govUc-tocial an the probemment authorities have anhave be sag at the thi tind was so imposingly in one small area in "monastic Mw ^ 0u I*lV S4,u '' r ',\,,, the-* plan, rocjualon among their own ktodJ lx-.'n given wide national expression %  i.niveriitiea In of the country, in his opinion. would be to the value otf the pgl %  %  %  More than £400.000 was in ihe 24 %  .'aiung <>n the thousands 1 %  %  ...It's the improved Chase and Sanborn I Mrrc word. ..n't (kicribe it. You'll luve lo tatte v i when you Uftacupofthii HvChaNUd ...nil .-M lain with dtiajstl You'll agrc with ih 1 ..ill it, lb aotv rcaa 'I let .. can today—vat uu youi pm u 1 v///////, V /,...,..v,v,.,v//,v,v,'AV,v/,-,r../.v.'/,v/. London and its 111*? Or necmarlly i)e iitsplaml. to mako In.. 1 data] nomk solvency if pol.t dom is ti egret not having enjoved room lot I nomic batui of the proi % %  • .'eg,-,., quoU ..1. says need thlnkl It Mlioual I I" I '"" •" will nfTrt' : : %  Houae 1 ItamaUve %  .immodaUon has been offered .iitcd." he lid We shall just have to fend IUn-pot. It is for ourselves". He added: "One ust conprofeasoi who has lived in the %  1 .11 ,.1 •.„,. tinned out Quiet DigjaUS* OForO ENHANCING YOUR BEAUTY IS YOUR FIRST DUTY Ba sure to visit the beauty counter of Collins. Broad Street where you can select the famous: — 1 %  LMi sassy -that nothing In I ing* Uung sts 11 now to be Hudson, 13 %  Hut when I:. are now On th< troasun I ah %  local man es and archlto "The Timea": The '.< %  I buddings of Meckb n M ..... ..holarly good Job, took a loi S)eYc?Uvi| C|W/u g; BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. • ^'.-.'^'.'---•.'*-,--. :-*-<,'.-.•,',-,',•,',-. .V//V/.'*V*W.V,V/,V*V#V*V* \n Outline to 1 university than the grAceless mufti* Hall Trust, plaea*. Araothi protested against the intenUon to T sl %  wn one little house in the. rporo is to sttucre, called "Elysium", that has %  1 %  rallv regarded as an ..I. in,.-, luidl gem. It was once %¡ InsUtuthe home of a royal mistress — ording SO the letterA IT IS A PLEASURE TO CHOOSE AMONG THE MANY BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS STOCKED AT YOUR FAVOURITE STORE. character, which lU r 11 ma. rutting was '.' %  CLEMENTS INDIAN TONIC for A final criticism strongly A. Part->f levelled at the %  chirked the "MoiMnastai f.uaidian" is '" tland. wtS %  if this sort There i I hdded: "t." mi ltlatO. M'.II I^Midon, and thil rag of "Meekwith one university only. The —I.N.S. ((Jou save Time and Money when travelling with BRITISH m WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS W You con book your passage through our office to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost. faWietered hi Trinidad) Lower Broad Street 1 Bridgetown I nWasoes PHONES 45SS Zltt Nux Voimca, Damiana etc. Indicated in Em rgy. Muscular Oebiiity, and A-n londiti PRICE: li/ A BOTTLE. We have ARRID DEODORANT A JAR Messrs Bookers H'DOS, Dru^Stores Lid. Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings. IHE STANDARD VANGUARD Mil I Will S Mil % %  I'lll'll \l! IMIJ.wlllHK. NOTE THI • Th< 1 in Its class . seats 6 people in comfort. a> MOM • S> s-.i .advance, in addition ran better petrol economy iK-eds. a> %  1 h'-al gears will"ii all forward gears. # THt Ul IN ITS CI^SS TODAY. .odeli at CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) Ltd Phone 4264 — Trafaljar Street.



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PACK M.I %  BARBADOS ADVOCATE 9 \ n I:I> I i* BARB^j^Am'OOATE Poik* I w 'fcj UnM c im %  . mat *i. %  immi VILII I |] \,,.,l | llliu.i CtTMri YESTERDAY a courteous policeman was explaining lo molonsis opposite (he I and Wireless building in Bridgetown that cars parked outside this bu have then, notes poinl I Nelson. This newspaper welcomes all which are aimed at assisting the free (low ot traffic throughout U* M can be confident of full public tup] idea which will make U transport, and th the public. But two incidents connected with this courteous action of the policcir special notice. First, it seems quite fru >!ruct dnv<: main roads in order to achicv. of direction with only reason for havir.r uniforn tion would appear to !>• which has already been achif : %  cars having no %  and finding tion from compliance wi* Secondly to t!. %  %  be sp:. nd point is n %  %  police .1 supfr junction at IVckilown. A truck Ahead to turn into Deckhw Rot and v %  %  nothl i bus .: from %  bUlld : Btr Tin ma" comer, mln mind m Our H. a.l. • s Vi : Touch v ? \Vh>. Kvcn A t.aiiMOf Marbles Started A >l4iss.irr' UTTA. I Calcutta lar.e. t more than a garbacefllled rats" run. a cluster of street i-lay marble*. Young Ibrahim Khan bounced Gupta's best alley wtm a plop rtraigh: scum of a flooded drain Ram Lai howled until his father % %  i %  the *helf of his fruit Ibrahim by the %  hlm's father arr* ..bout. I from Uw militant '.nes and . %  about a marble .ed because they nd sandalII* STtlur* Smith -the ncene of the India-Pakistan ROYAL EXILES Hill on k..l.iiIndia's badly death wairant if he compromised ir or Bengalor even tde deadlock. The Refugee* C HIEFS of the Mahasabha. in • ace in Calcutta, have already decided that the best way r<: Moslem slaughter to provoke reprisals against Hindus in Pakistan Bengal. Thi armed Because they believe India attack Pakistan, Hindus from I r [an Bengal are swarming lnitta at the rate of nearly fig iheir weight of %  the 6,500.000 others who are al:.i into a gigantic slum. I breeding ground of desperation. From such a background cannot seem so terrible a prospect tn.-m 20,000. but • 50.000. Non-communal independent est.' *.o only 10.000. Tn de.. But the But I did And one bright rav. t. the homeless, the starving down la the industrial I ers because they and the diseased in refugee camps Calcutta—in Howrah—where 400 • re is only one on both sides are a pretty solid Hindus :<: ::--d in the is His cash testimony to the distress bifi %  %  %  %  War iMlfai-i T HHKK-QI.'ARTERS tan's and a half of India i ke* r %  I sat last night in a command nn Army officer II LON Europe's gold-plated displaced persons are closely watching tbe Belgian political crisis caused I Leopold's struggle to return to the farmer kings, queen princesses can offer Leopold advice on bom happy and warm without crown or royal he concedes defeat sou abdicates. The one-time rulers "f royal .wuses in the Balkans. Italy, Germany, Spain and Portugal ma> cast longing looks at their more secure brethren in Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Greece and the H^tkerlands. But -n practically ii cases, and considering r that the demand for used royalty is poor and thej market glutted. Europe's deposed aren't faring io-i| the postwar years. xampie. 28-year-old fonrn: of Yugoslavia. When his father. Kinp Alexander, died Peter was deserted as the "rich-, D the world.'' throne in the rise nf the Marshal people's democracies." but not all. of the royal exchequer. He had enough left for a whirl or two on the social merry-go-round and now reportedly is prepared to settle down to life with a purpose. Peter, his wife, the former Princess Alexandra uf Greece, and their live-year-old son ..r..--flopping for a House in or near London. Already m London residence are his mother. Queen Marie, and his brothers. Tomislav and Andrea. An erstwhile neighbour of Peters. King Zog of Albania, is going through a lot of the same otions as before Mussolini, and *' Communists, took over in his countryBut Zog": a D.v.scoTT TO-DAY'S SPECI?.. ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNAr': (HaltiM (saga tftaaj Salad ujiii Maj BB< aise (large tins) NEB. Beer (Dutch) Um-uylJU si 111 II 'I .48 n Take. ribbons of is proud • :o keeping these of them He was a Hind resent base of operations is a villa in Alexandria. r <>urs in %  ir readiness" "her. %  ngal com%  To death and devastation art -rtlc blockades of the mobs both sides. These have cut off .ind communica• buses nost as drastically as if ho could not pay tha ra already firing f<>r his betel lines "Zt.^x"?^. Whl,e at hL to • f\ !" ,hal o f ' m and *<** • %  • %  l*^* Moslem, "'" lu, English. We are non.,re part Liaqat All Khan, are fast becomcommunal and we're fighting to ;i one day r* U %  Spiril of N.niif* H : the old u pukka %  -I the best army in Asia we have not ...: we < m n ? c „.,„, c,V... great vociferous middle and on the k';ili Hindus ]owa --. led by fan*' %  %  atad %  %  %  "tube Ar:r I I met old boy. indbaga ;.: AV useii %  • e same %  tra will be '" clamour -.fflcers in In thautta—in New Delhi, too member ^: beat that egationi from —n<> openly IhJ Nehru would sign'his own i* still some Political .\et%frifil Uy \\. J. It, Mar rison On sis Uc^van In TIM^ Siru^lc^ War Power I all profes• few r the ruin and %  %  %  r nine %  gamble would be d tremendous %  iventi, which he judges will not be slow >l k s Mm HIiiiMlers tr Nlr IIII.IUKI M(KKIM)S n-ment. -.iating %  If I so to .liable. .. hav* pro\ < i %  .. \m% Iroi:. froin illness. the 54-ycar-oId Zog lives the good life [ •.all beautiful wife Geraldine—once known %  as the "white rose of Hungary"—and u old Prince Leka. A Ko.t.tl H.Miiin. jt hand and when the o*atime urge gets him Zog can parade arouna .> number of exotic uniforms thai the envy of hotel doormen and U.S. A.: Corps lieu tenants. Zoif. jL-cord.ng to friends, still dreams of tl^ %  Mil again ascend the Albanian thi thar former Balkan emperor who m demise of his dynasty to the Commum;: year-old Simeon of Bulgaria, who was proch 1943. following the mysterious u his father, hang Boris, after a visit to Ado.: at Berchtesgaden. Simeon reigned Just a year and then at of the country via • ro othar lonno. H> Throned in 1946 via Plebescite. n itnei his mother $20,000,000 in rtain how much tbsi :i: is that Simeon has enough to get mUl he reaches man's estate and his muscles are Arm enough for work. The yuung ex-monarch ha. .a variously .-taymg at an Italian villa and atl school in the south of France. Things have been looking up a bit for Cmberto of Italy. Counsel for the king an I members i>f the Italian royal family said during a court action in Britain a few months ba kDg money trotl But Vmoerto, so tlM good hunk of sterling held in Britain during the %  i has b ee n commuting comfortably benl. Portugal, and mrnutaa without hi.Jose spends most of her time in Switzerland. The rest of Europe's royalty bt sad when mention is made of cx-king Michael of Romania. The news has been circulating for some time that young alichaal ha 4 UM looking for "a job.'' M In ii l*hulot*rMf>bers I : % % % %  %  photographers came to take bit baby daughter Margan-i. d tha vhooting be done outsioN for.tSEFtr HOrSEHOtM MEQUfSMTES ., MInd ill VS1 Kl BROOMS mi Hit! -Illi K l |, i .. -MI KPANI tai RTTANa nmu ni-ii c OTBM BOWLS, Minn I'WI.S OLA88D UU aa CHWAH rOUSHEg ^"il l" ^" 1 %  WOOD STOVIS .mil (ill. •HillWILKINSON & UAV.NKS CO., LTD., Sudtaom C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Mai u:?, % % % %  4687. ySSSSSsWSS'''''''''''''' 1 '*' % % % % %  : %  >* SELECT THESE TO-DAY. IALIAM P***" AUSTRALIAN PEA '. fiERRV JAM CHIVEKS Cl COW U GATL IX)NIC WATER pa Uot NUTR1CIA POWDERED MILK 1 II) tin 112,. :. Hi S2.IIS. "> Mi -I."I STANSFEL-.. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. JI that it i been rlglir .utrrptetaUon wa tr boffn Si.k ABHi Tired %  Spurriiiit l*rlner uound to ind If very rnmental Intmania— I ;-jnitment Webb Ji Food Each leading Mini %  of 'lieir fortunes t^. rise or fall with his. The So having announced bafor rtvonst ruction of the Ml %  'HQUIlt %  vcroaa has. to ent lived indiscretion—" we are now.'' He is now ,jrring par r.well, has moved aw tha he Mil %  %  % %  real ntment > the Pai .•gain soar. %  %  .hange himself, but nference was that Michael didn"'. how modestly the home a. 1 wife Princess Anne of Buxbou-Parma I and d.i rowded into a (our* a a house additionally cmwdc-i presence of three servants. Since then Michael reportedly has Riovad Domenico. , and f has been some talk of parOuarte and his fam;. Portugal. But moaii.. ,ud hL; Queen Amelia, live in ease on the proceeds of family estates granted by the Portuguese) ent The ageing Quai rapcjej %  •: i chtaaii On the Spanish side, the Duke of Bai nown as Don Juan, has been England and France, involved In ft* family inhentance but tietting along %  i %  %  irement-Dr. Dalto: awvaa ha*. %  thl Reserved rch are fulfilled. %  Wilhelm von Hohenzollern about flat broke. • small villa at Hi most of his fortune in 1945 through Rusaizur* of his estates. ps a tea shop, sells poster. lets visitors tour Hohenzoile. %  FOR REAL COMFORT and STYLE IN GENTS FOOTWEAR sn trui TO LOAFERS AND MONKS A FULL NOW IN RANGE STOCK— — SEE THEM AT — DA COSTA & Co., LTO Dry Goods Department l.i The Hi-am alii Societies Uvt On H ii la Th^ Job To Uie M t.i< i %  for a proji %  duced bj years ago. Mt I %  csaantnr* I I based on spring In %  island Ulnawsi -> %  isa Ukaae are offtan unn. at U is probable of value for :. I %  %  coat a few I %  wessts. %  ould be a i the building ( Milliun* of \tit~ : . %  re for and troub.eso.-nc and as soon as one ,-ed in the U morning thev mt water .Id me it iea and it pn lUruj rid of tha u -II mem• had been col m and now there t round da of mine %  or otaar* KRADICATOR %  .ippeanng in I %  %  disclose 'i %  %  i Australia in 195"wlll be there in A^ Australia woul '1—M. tttaa AasstralM ng to sssaffcaaa) m tke Lamb Cuts Bctf Steak Chickens — — Veal Cuts — Mutton Chop Rabbits — Duckhtf *u FOR RICH DELICIOUS ICE CREAM u$e AMIIOH FOWBSSfl >lll K tyfjfy rull I'liddiM.** dcrrd •* "* OO05 L1TTIHS wkh* u* Utmri wllk > % % %  d-plon but n •een..n.rd b, Ike ndan bui Me*, will be Ignored. U**l ch re.eh Ike UtUft *mk tut week. nd reader. —e irln rrniiM ml Ule % %  l f ll> fr the nrller name to he know, to Ike Ukc. Ml toe •akdrauon. bal an imr.e o> coed bulk. ir.l Hunter rUt I 1 '. lh l| nii'iiii CWFEI ie 1 lb Phone (;OI)|)AKI)S TO-D*



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T nVltB DAV .\I'R11.22. l.-. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Druggist fees 'Saucer' 1950 Sugar Crop Put at 145,000 Tons iO sugar crop ii is estimated. Civil Service Conference Concluded may be \hv equivalent ;',! hfMS! ",'u s ?" %  "• w rl,es ,hc Dl >> in nis muntlilv c0 FA. nwrly all 'h, reports. S tig Saucers oeing seen, S IJvM"-*" chr < a,urch !TS A.hL>. %  Swan Strec-l *T?i.i..,vatc" csterday that he _. R. itat aopeaml to be a Flying ,,J h L*f,' th r !" nd''>ni durin?. animals and j-oung stock bor •g-s K, .hough, .was ,he ssMsrsjSfs: r,^ ? %  *"~ s^ Hm 52, „„ Olifln. H.U. oppa!" '^?"7'"* r ^ Sola ,0 pe Mnu ' r "•""* •"" """ " Conference re.umed %%, Church, and after look n ^.n^^^edheavv showers h !" d "' oW s "* k ""P !" 1 "' :"^.y. they dealt with the • """"i..'"^ the shminTobiKt " " 5th. 20 !" an?jut ,or A "utchers MI .,-^on to nand Colonial Re^'fi'i CS According to rainfal' returns ... A *r to prertd. THE Federation of Civil Ser•stoctatton In II* .iroa. concluded their Fourth Cone -t Harrison College ydegarded ii as a star but SU"dSco^red that ,1 was shinrM JfiJry bright nnd was low in jated during the thai junior oflUers who are being Another Steel Shed For Queen 9 s Park — To Mark lOOtk Exhibition PLANS are well advanced (or the erection of another steel I shed at Queen's J ark The Annual Report of the tuial Society stales that the Society purchased the steel shed which recently arrived from the United Kingdom and that is hoped it will be possible to erect it in time for this year's exhibition, the Society's hundredth. Mr.c.L.9 • l^-foiloon which" was~illumonth was 2.78 inches, being 1.41 paKl ,or fr m January to'March. .it On the top was a white inches more than thai tor March. 19S0 was 769, as compared with •Vi Fresh lor your Pets ! PURINA D(Mi CHOW PURINA RABBIT (HOW H Jason Jonas & Co-, Ltd. iiMrlbutora. -r %  naffarnni 'V •"• •• on um %  — ........... muni' ^^ %  "."iJAi !" ihai il was shinreceived to date, from nation it"V !" Motions u ~ onmiirv B is tyolcal of all rainmon "l. Thev, .linen, ma) have .in iHiuiri idem, unwilled the a-t • a csembled an average total rainfall for the "Of"." The number of services ^"""n'^?" !" ^"! J "S„.;! }7" %  %  -.-XpfTI IIIH II1UI General mcellng of the S pond d tail I -.iggeslton ".. for tho Botanical eoniidentlal reports against 10 aauve which gradually past 100 S|ltlr CuK s „ dllnt |u lhi oflear, BUM IKml to him tor ihade un The highesMotal fall for March, end or lhe month most of tho ,)ls information and be signed by "Sf^mcwhat "like .. star, while IM 9. and 0 87 Inch in excess ~of a2e for the Slight at ">e bottom part was Hie average for pw-deeper %  "JfySiby .eels that -iu>a c*K'int> S. 1950. was 5 66 inchi hat peoat a station in the parish of St d*wt calling Flying Saucers may Thomas and the lowest wag l, 14 7 tnflaled baloons from some inches, recorded at a station In The id the parish of St. Philip. 1.11 UWllllg been polled and n J m before being lorwarded -m ^ ..... B .. II*U i/n-ll lltHivi .lilt nmw !" A '.I i e parish of st d0;i wphe* Oowtnmani Baeaai Year Scrond 1 restaurant d< %  %  • %  %  %  The report ikm ihji ,hImanrrs f ihr Baetat) healthy sUtr In ••pHr 1 „, he Asso,.,.,,,,,, STneiiiaps the Americans may Sugar Cane.—The harvestinv of "otnersal and Bowmanincrease of lubocrlption was mode. *" .Voerimcnting with l h ese the cane crop was continued dm "! during the month. After dealing with a'tew othir >"or was $8.970.14 ELWOS and a few drift away. He Ing the month. According lo in''. ^"i 1 !" ,hc Shon S^os 0 " al application la B 5iM !" l9 '' oomied "ui "" h haloons fornuition received, the quahlv of „„„ Er even be controlled from S'athe mice is now excellent "and ns at Codrington. Twenty-nine Mk %  U '"'''" %  doai were made in all. four of the following officers for the enDr yton as their new pres rHI SaCRJJBTARY OF STATF. BM nventlv .,[>. . %  %  ^-Central Kx peri mental StaItrndilurr *l ihr tul cxMhUion ^ntaoO near Piarco AlrThe surplus .it • rl, Trinidad, where laboratories ivin| .t,a oiumodation will %  too l-e provided for the Spi The Society elected Mr C M S,J " f tn< l>epartment o( Agnsome factories report taking less wh ch werc for ,h ^ breeding plots suing period: — Before making culture. Mr. C. Holman Willlair >f the *'' 1 • A$Tlcultura of N EAI1-V all businesses in the thaV7 Stons'of cane'to'producoT at G ">ve only, and the remain„ "~" Jaat > %  .ingoing ,hat colony told the "Advocato" City and irs precincls carry ion of sugar With this good reder lor lurther trial in Barbados ,.*?. r £ %  nfflnan WflUami I TrimPre .'. I, Seoly WTI>c S e !" V. u show the'nanie of th'e rovery. """Ts now"estima*ed''that •'"o other" 'cmtrVbuilni ro'loiire7 la a President; Mr. C. A. Copp'n corned the new Director ol FederaUon of S but lher is at least one the equivalent of 145,000 tons of Third Year Seedling "Mala. 'Barbados). Pirsi Vice-Presidenl; cult.i Sknf aid n'UL c< Associatioija in lhe ffi^at No. 121 Roebuck street sugar may be expected Four Third Year Seco",g Trial > < s > %  "" %  ,h ,k r d ?f Jonn S 0 "" "" ">e earS^'V"* r *""" m „ 5 "" SeTcarry no sign The young pl.nTcane crop made ere reaped during he month .-President: Mr. C .11 vices he .had done ,„ ,ha, Ov,^ leJvTce ronf!.tn Dickson (Jamaica*. Secretarv; mem while in the [>ost of Director 5 J~ 1 J ., Conference Hiss L Rowlev (firenada), of Agriculture. For thirteen veai* . ondw J. at I,arri *> n College Assistants. |fj i. -_ %  he said. Dr. Saint had \ ,,€ J' l ">ing at "The i UM II ior rvcmctn iyvn saiistactortiy. %  i-i-o. WHsHiin. Tw-i -w-^ nowen (Trinidad). Treasurer. that capacity find liar 5L*.S iHlit o A o! Wavell Avenue winded Fe. Crep._There waJTsJSSttTLfZ A „, c o[ honks WM moved 0 'l£££X ^rt en£Sa,n£rs SLr sat sssirR 'S^y^l I.nates and also to the Govoperation with the ^portment of w„„"'' C i ,,. B " n "' and *" tonnage of cone. The results of erning Body of Harrison College Science and Agriculture and some Thill *i lulce analyses are not yet avail lor allowing the Conference th800.000 rats' baits had been so !" the DepaTment ^f" JESS! s j [ ^ata*^—-": And Dblributitw n ^ !" S ? a *y_, d ki n< conccntrata ware for %  Senior Agnct durtng the month. U.41211 proved to be outstsjidlng, Kre;it yielding all THIS business belongs to Mr. good growth" durjn B the "month Two of these were plam jbBhall who is a welder and has and the ratoons. in the early hartrials. ,me First Katoon. and one **2SS?isi 5I ici M ih Kinrh V 7. J 1 ? S m nwin t verv Second Ratoon Trial. SEARtH for Kenneth hjnch satisfactorily. %  i-l-o. w Mr iii.. iw.i. -n. of Wavell Avenue was endad Poad Craa*-Th %  .. ,n ^ T-n7.^vere^ — ^Urtay. Kinch was arrested -quate ninly of ground | l durixis ,np morning by PC. Kenions and of some 'market garden' -ctta Murphy at Hound The Town, crops, particularly yams, sweet St Peter. Kinch was at his aunt's potatoes, tomatoes and cai rsidence The sun-ey of locally grown Later in the day be appeared food erops for the period 1949heforc His Worship Mr. E. A. 50. as required under the HcLeod. City Police Magistrate. Li m a charge of using threats to Ports Dean* 1 and wai placed on a tacd o( £ 1 for MX months. E DNA HACKETT of Sobers Lane n-portwl that her rat.faBjeewas Woken and entered recadly and ;i quantity ol clothinR ito the value of $7.96 taken. r\0CAS BOVELL of Richnunul U Gap, .' panengei on a mule drawn cart, along Bai burees Road it about 355 p.m. on Thursday. m injured and detained at the General Hospital. Involved in the accident were motor lorry E78. owned by UttfT* plantations Ltd., and drivt by Cecil Griffith uf Checker HslLSt. Lucy, and the cart, owned ii Food 1'rodurtion w,ai( uxutuiit (i m, fWO petitions for lA'tters Olstrflmtion of OrnsmenUl Administration. Plants. Six hundred and fortyTh e first was of Wlnatm of difterOrville Oscar Haynes of No. 2 for 1930 The Society did not COncCntl I w %  '..';f l !m„" ^ ."" ''"^ %  '"" VeteriBartanTai were willing io exiern. Pathologist had been and w.,s Sue • mentioned that il thev kille.l in the country and did notl %  --* ~ about them In the I MuinvTild ih e r, ^attSsra. 1 -''* SPEC/41 OFFER IN DRESS 11 in. CREPE KOMAINE at 82.00yd. In Blue. Aqua. Grey. Red. Black & While. 18 in. SHEER al 81.20 yd. In Pink. Nil. Biscuit. Cerise. & Black HARRISONS BROAD ST record tine %  raSafor .miai. an \ n w hcmK madc r. had Jumairan \ isil being %  iid th.it it was a tribute '" to the island that a datoflal erop was t) Food cropa.-Good rainfall '" % %  P^dm wan D-inbutcd. -J 1 !" w • Hncigetown. hoiicit-•, the Jamaica Agricultural Societ) though u w< conditions since the beginning ol AffereaUtlon. In addition lo the Jj '•-' 4 'P!' s,,u, J ed ton Jf y n ', liao vi-iled Barbados to ai '• reason had been the year enabled a considerable above, 375 casuarina tree-, „ ,c lie a Gillard they were doing. It was cratll *^^.?^ e ?_.?. _y?? r *T?J* amount ol catch roppini J*^ Kv !" *S' 1O know l,K so that green vegetables Moth Borer (tmlrol. wenplentiful in March. Peasants March 51,396,400 egg par.t experienoad some difficulty rririwcrimin,. the i "'*•"* ""f ;*£**!. pin .,, Tb.usday -"? J Sg" brwren M 1112 EuToStauled The ,. ippaaredfoi irol b, i; r ...urn .1 Ci."V "i ,,,,,, ,, %  , i. ,„ %  Ms Road. Black Rock and SiliSAirlnithl ^Sntk^ • mM ""'•'" '"" '" %  '' ' %  n was that .,1 irr.cn bHarold (inrnth of the s",; (i„,^, • I,. S?" *"*? j adaress, ami another lorry. cu i, !" or ."" Uahllna Michael, hs.nnre. u, the ..: %  XB1. owne,l bj Messrs. John,„,, vi ;„„ J^^-JJ '^ %  ^ ^%  y,^:: Inatructed by Meatn v-.n % %  bmore Rock and driven by Alex%  loder Devonish of the same address. Devonish was wounded cebiichin. The carl and harness I K MiAM also known thing. Much good coul losephme Cadogan do !,, %  largo counlr) took out of a MI %  Ing dospatchi Hod and i fgvi . %  lended on sugai The C . ere maintained COWM.—ILIIM % % %  .uunts of bored was almost COmplatad by the end joints m whole plant i of March, and in many instancecontinued, and results so fur show peasants had begun to destroy a satisfactory control over the their plant;. r „ne moth borer. Groundnuts—The demand for nored cane counts and cane rind groundnuts for planting was tonhardness measurements ol new tnued. The supply reserved at varieties were earned out nnd year Cane Breeding Sta1£ I-ady Nelson" ith alarm. In their tmnsuetions for the lajl from Canada via tin usual gainBrit forthem Islandi ed the full support ol the rnembtra L^ovtng tho the Petitioner. Th cntef Judge aim aafriUiUaJ Ij ptotaata. ih* win. of EdiU. w BUAMV w.-llci It M Wynne. Allan C P*rkuv fairlrude Crawforl. Vand.vkc Jonn. KillI'-rbort Gibboiu. Etnel Gft*. EJIwa>-ih On many occasions authoritlea u \"': : trials at Boa save cntK i In which ^^ .,„ M -L.„ *„.,„..,;.,„ i„ cuttings of classiI he "Advo,iuri,, K lhc monlh:-breadfruit. borer alia. :or probt nanas. oocoanuta, papawi and pwtKm in h.ntomoMango and pear treelogloal plots at Codrington. Counts of DUIra*-.. eg| deposf OntaBm, ;St. Mlch.W!; Mlnnl. O Me ,... XQ tn l*iwd Itowlt. Uwui 1 s.Mttpii.. Jowph N. EdKhlll. iVniAim. .llw. WceltN. tChriK Churrh • IIM Pmvprbtf (9t. Philip'; t.uUuJontm iM. Oaorfkai; Beniaimn E A Ikr <8I. JMAMI; ROMtU 1. llMttlr Ma), ught, the i-l the Committee. That, he thought Al wienada paopla of Barbados looked %  Guiana ward to it. v in A Co ,.' %  %  ., Owe sweels are ofTered for sale sad many thought it a "perfect form" of spreading dii i i i c*t*' yesterday that they were Tery glad to see that the vendors Kl ire taking pnipe pracautiona. Lower Wharf, near Messrs. are now in flower and give promse of fair yields later In the i l'e*u uid Diseases.Pest* reued at Codrington In The Court For Divorce And Mutrimoniul Causes l\AWtM. — by building booths and displaying DONKEYS AND COPRA ihosi wan ok> %  : %  %  | %  shed was b %  Ith 'haannual aXp) %  -ent lumber to build for the judges and oth< l lunch in work. A Benelil : %  %  %  i .. ... use to th' fcCona & Ss WariffliT it "W 18 on P MMnU ^ in M,r,,h Ro0 B r r Su r CtMe •bout 3 00 pan on Thursday'belnclude <' sral 'hsects on fruit and Further evidence ol th* attack by HIS Honour the Chief Judge in iaaaa motor van owned by Raornamental trees, the cabbago this pest In canellelds was seen the Court lor Divorce and Matridk) Distribution 1 in which was wor m. slug*, ng the month. inoiual Causes yesterday, pro%  cnarge of Winston' Goddard ol moth borer. Advice on the control VeseUMe Crap.. The breeding nounced decree nisi tn th. tacUcy. Christ Church, and a , f "** P"J* * K ven by ,h(1 of the pupal p„: WUbur Hallnian White (Petitionlookwi foiw UcjTle owned bv l>eonord Cill of Peasant Agricultural Instructors, ^g^ and cauliflower dOfoUatOl %  ''• While r*J (,„veriiment would Tudor Street and ..dden by Choa%  -l^aaanl Livestock.Adequate wai con „ nucd Nine in: "*>' %  "J^^ !"!" 1 ^^^ %  -"""^ PP-rl. ^al appearwtce. were Mr. At the repast used for u H ,, Wprd instructed by ment he had laboratory rearing of this paraHutehinson and Bantleld lor the the Colonial Secretary 01 site, of which 12,440 were bred Petitioner and Mr. E. K. Walcott. matter ll< Extension Work Thomas. green fodder were available durcarner. handle bar and ing 'he month bent wheel ul the e\ele 'i aSl^hi^hi-J^nH^Stk"^ f Five "hu: %  The total of K c instructed by G. Cw "cUrki' ful and promliod to do everyDMlK,tlo\>N WAS busv vespeasant holdings ... -1 ,nwe parasites bred so far is and Co for the Guardian ad lllem tMnfl wlBUn rUS power to assist D t*rd^^ ni.,-i n r C ^ O ao gardens were visited by the PeasH8.730. of ujority appointed to act for and on behalf him because ho thought lad 5S-keeus couldTe seen nnl Agricultural n have iwen liberated in the Held of the Respondent, •balling around The temperaMarch. Thirty-six mango tra roThe Court ordered thture was Si. degreei In the shade "•" 'op-worked. duced parasite have been made I %  ad because ol this many laces Now ,nal peasanU are getting far. The numbers of cabbage looked pink ,nc ir land cleared of the ripe cane white butterflies seen this year are Many pedestrians failed to use clo P' efforts are being made very much less than usual, but •* crossitu; lanes while others wherever advisable to induee, no reduction cannot at present walked in the street instead of on ">*> r of tnem ' ad opt itd to the introduced *i pavements. nation measures by cultivating liar and 12.15 p.m., ***?* *? ?H5^SJ White Fly. Two consignments of """ Coeclnelllds for control of whU Mr. L K n coconut and other palms Mesars. Cottle Catford & Co.. Between 12 and 12.15 p.m., lhclr lana on *• <'"' "' ; opposite Msseii Cave Shepherd Inaiructore have already com*rt, 50 pedestrians crossed out menced to lay off the at the lanes and many had to ttUWOJieOB ts. Work fcunp out o( the on others will be undertaken ir pB>E8TRlANS will soon i able to make use of the footC'ampetltlesui The pn gtb adjoming the Victoria Bridge, judging of ihc school work on the footpath continued gardens entered for tin JuRerday and it is expected to be tition in connection with the An*u*bed shortly. nual Exhibition took place during Another footpath is at present the month. JJng erected m Trafalgar Square Irrigation Careful < onsiderawere !" pec "^ !" | M rch jaarethe buses formerly parked, tion is being given to a number of sj-rhanieal ^t^w-iiT ft f a r,u Srasi.ttt! 1 bUJ, XS E? U S2S or ^T' %£?£!.%%,, U,, %  ; ;• ""' Colonial Develop ,„„. ,, jr ^ p 1 u-..u !" o„h„„,„ which conUnui H lanuUon. borne by the Petitioner. M Judge also gramM drrrar abaolntr n lhe Milt of M A. Bradshaw (Petitioner) and W W Bradshaw (lle-sp..:, In uiis suit decree nisi wai %  ii March 3. 1950 Mr W W. Raoce K C 1 I MIS \(.llAili... ..1. Ani 2:. i!s ..il Ivan eaph Cal%  iMivinii ., "ii Fi'li 18 lie was %  days, or GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. >ut lh. fin the oasl ,.t Morgan L< wii VV4MK1 Ant IMPWHW public buildings, three buildings and 40 cases Trinidad. I majority windward Two %  appeared for the Pelitioner worthwhile half of the nutnagement statuiK all the (acts. Ill* Ihree nsgll a* prentdent v.j-. Hilot cttirillns to the ruleAnother prrddent had to > elected. Mr IhaiiKed the aasaagl %  neiil for Ihf-ir -uoimrl dunui; hkl term of -.er%ire jiid Ihrn aoaalaV aled Mr. l>ra>lon a the new prealdenl. Mr H %  Sei %  %  %  f i i iv Junior VlcePr ei ident The Hon. (i I). I. P :i the Committee "f Iterree abaolale wag also grantui.off M Miissell Hassell ml i In this suit decree niii was also Managem< ad on March 3, I960 was appointed Mr W W. Reece K.C In• truoted by Mr C. B. Brooks -• Messrs Year-wood & Boyce. appeared for -.tie Petitioner The C"r nagemciil M. Drayton, President. Mr. 1(. I Kitu(. s# On rage New Vlcjir nt ^* M l* f lome ln from P 038 *" 1 farmei i.angeable base A J o V ? Cultivatordcium eawbonW Ana M. Catherine's riatanco during the month with organk carton hivi THE Appolnunentl Board met ii.dvaniscd pipe for the extensior. mined on 004 % %  April 2lst and on th< nornini %  %  xiitlni h on availJ*of the Revd. Canon c. L %  The A^riciillural Stations able phot, aal which St. Philip. Rainfall at the Stations was as were analysed by Saint approxi%  m Beresford follows: tnately 20 years ago. 35 wate> if Anguilla. in Tout fr Toul io Tn-i for —uw oluble phosphate soil extraction;. JV-nted Vlca. of St Mark's with Th *-"* '" %  Catherine's %  Wthwaite. I.Th e D *bt Re^ | What's On Today *"•* Table Tenni. ComJ !" 1 * *he V.MC.A. at tl J*^Houliu B^rd %  • JM a-m. SH PJT1 Krnsinnloo >eemt*, S -W Mr. Table Teanl* Ceas% %  t th. i M < \ ,i *..3a iM Ball al ^ U|M v. %  „ Oaari OIOVM i at %  aaaa Ptulipi ] IT IN Grs*> S II J 1'.'.-' a as : AndTB* I SOS luMBl SSS tsi as? tion on the Spekker commenced t'iela. The camber bed cullivation trial at Pine was It would seem that the June i ould be cut later this season If required. *i> Union Hall was made %  lation to investigate into the .rage rainfall"at each f irrigated land :or the first three in Barbados. Ten sami • months of the year a l *d "d nonfore. 10.75 inches, ss compared irrigated areas, with only 3 55 inches for the same General. A D. period la Cre Hasban'*ry. The han%  1MS-50 car.e crop and atghate" %  %  aa waa taaora continued at all Jt Uaeaaaofe %  HERE AT LAST... indisturbed ... POND'S ANGEL FACE New makr up that goes M without water in Flattering Shades HaONZI ANGEI—PINK \\<;KI^-TA\VNV \\(.l L KNIGHTS LTD. MOTHERS' DAY, Iltl Itirlhdiiv Inviluliutis. ... ChlMmt'l Pnrtj ln\ ilutions, Wediliiii; ( oii:;iuliil;ilioiis, ... Bgtb] l %  ii u I alnl, it mns. I Lenient (


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>\Tl l:l>\V. APRIL .1 IJJ. BAKBADOS ADVOCATE BY CARL ANDERSON ^ *$k MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY f u4 / a£>Ujt&~ Vkksinh Hi nts c oto•TUFFEO NO*t FKl CLtt* %H SCCOWOS/ Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure a.a s*ia* y*m .a. fc V* %  i*fc>o. ahmaeaa. — vt 7" . (AWO\ . %  I InRiddle of iliU T-aejele. The l*ii m |W kee",C WUauMT (H eut oi oreW, menaJ el.7 Ireah Uei tU.., I. ,.., —H %  aaatla, ... bUe4 m. Ur.2 r,f ~"" "v* ** %  n "'" "" rUU I tfevurt %  rixnw. Mai ,_* I..I. h, oWaati a laeaea da> M 0.M-. k-taa, PS. ^ekl, „. — |B ot ,„.., at*, u. %  *.„. ^ %  ! raw tmel loaba. u rtaandkjJJ hMjul and ee*i*. Yen leal M ,.,_ f*r !*It a batfla at all dMaipta. _ Dodd's Kidney Wk %  **hich tbey %  %  You can help prevent ^ *J things 'by caking the %  regularly with I V-rex Ejc U* .^ not only floirt < "\^ tiny mu ^^^TJ to the veini, anJ hring* *•* •*** *"-—FORT KOI \l <.\ll\.t I III. Phone 2385 DiiUibutori Phone 4504



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UTTRDAY. \P BI1. 21. 1950 c LASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADM: PAGE SIA I \ WUVEK.\MI\i XOTH'KS xra %  DIED ,^r — HMttWD EGBKHT im izIS*UI l !" I*" •**• T—tOmitr "SSL. n~i "-"'•" THANKS -V gndwmanrt b( lo thank J!!, Md In.nd. *l" '*d * Ei 7w """ "~ %  %  '•*. 'n^^ WMI .vmp-Uilwd wiin u* in our "STo. Ibck. Oliv„ Ita-k IN MEMORIAM i hUiKf iiemorv SniBna IMS *C wBo bWd yo *adl) mla> %  • It fl>n' anoher vear M auj %  %  ** hoUEB "' lh ntl "*i Tt-aaj"of '•"' •*" , %  } rnur!.t"-:vl %  Kjldred Rudder and /"'"d" Ea M 1I.4.H-K DABCY %  *" *!?'">£*-<*> -~ rnuMia rn Mjhb^ui „„„, „„,_ a,.^ -„ g"" ? .m d all *****,, Waff*. 1-W, >M& Mr. < Clartw. ^ ... %  MOAJ OW, .:... ri.;._.. % %  fh*^*'^'; ** %  •" *WUM with miu> ^-*' r l.J" P h o— %  verandah. Tel. %-i FWrd. on. ,|, Aim f rl~ J SSSF " C1 "" -*. BE U-MU-Y A SCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER CHOCOLATE BARS '".•.l.t.ltl.HU ol IJ..VO. AMk. BKANKEK. TROTMAN A CO. u*"" !" MIX or mi •H up for le on Thi.r*a.i law wa sa,s,ai: 1 1 i£ 1 %  *--k, ,o , „„„ „,,„„ D'AKCY A SCOTT i^2L **?& u w 9Ur O*TM. S 15.4 10—4n VlAT -At lUy >Unrton, fully fumMltM l^n* Mill, fully tumWhr-. .^J U .'L XO ?T ,abw "!*• " -PBob Ktn c o AlWrnc A*.h:.. !• 4 10—4n '"'-I 0M lim huM BM -pan33.3 Sft-t.f .n. %  IIRAIOVBE— on-U MumM, Cfljrt. bMUml MM balhtn* Fully fmn*|d ; (our M|r* IUMCCTtOC, 'n*ony_. r.dlo. Apply oppo.il* or : MM "'JM Arlklrs it bf Sold at Aurliun K i IIMORIS mi the -.•nd May. Illill. VIM p.a. C.OODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED I Mu.lt III! TRADE ACT Hid—4—135 | I > Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY SHIPPING NOTICES Bf Wlimn Parftitcd M V Math win .. Emmnuel Uww aoii Smith Willmiii BmrsMr l'aul Nolan JaruH :t Bottl"-. 1 Botti4 Tin* I || < i III 1 > ZollMtl. s.„ -w—• 1L 30 l .iiion nilttlllll Biiluli Guum.1 1 iMM-Jei.k,. W M '..-.. I i .no. PaoMnfcm %  urenl. 1. 1950. MM 1 ^rhownrr OVMOF I'K I Trl 4M7. MOWTRLAL M-IUlll. v / %  AlArfD u\r IHIITHI (M.A.V.Z. LIKF.I ^ DEVONIlVr al TrliiHUd from ,\ About mti NU> %  TY or Dnvpc" wu llllr ,!,.,! IWt, iHihilii Uxitr. M IMh. Sy**-->. %  : • %  *•. June Tlh. *bou| 4Ui July. 1-fcubM... Th* VMWII l... Ciilllari. hwd fiMM. and mw^ c4. n C. Mi ^W on ihNuak hill. ut*m. Bub ~ %  Met fo ^T_f X fl har %  **"* %  PpLv:ri-Vn WITKY A CXJMr'ANY Alai.la THfUajd A COOJTA & CO LTD Annla RailMdoa (UKH)S St:i/.r:i) \M> I'OKI'KITBD UNDER IMPORTS & EXPORTS RESTRICTION U A iMMiIlful ImpoMnf liuildlnf uva %  >nj*ruetod Pully turm.ht-ri oomplet; • nn mini and rutlary Stud*bak*i < . i( ivquirtnl From May lit (or foui lo •!* montna Tot furthr: •PfrtV lo ownT. phoiK 2TB7 of RX30 alWi 4 p "' io 4 ao-itn i OK SAII: AUTOMOTIVE CAJ.-£Ur>aanl H h t. Sli ta>' Tyrw ood No rU0iMibl< E^rtdwd. Mti >lvla ^' CM. Bind-* %  %  a H %  flU tn* V-0 Miktit b) BOOd 1. Uatil*y. Chaiinnx*. ChMal or pnam 4108 QUt-Dxil l P*frct 1940 Hn "•rhajuiMl 3 cood t) Mr Aw % %  i'. A. phon* SSM %  p-One Cnryitet Svdaii Car. 11 %  •%  'i nooan Car. App'> I, c o Cmnu.polHi.ii Oamto. MM CAR-M G SporU Model, In good Mr. new f>ri iint top. Ni offer refused. Apply Jefbrun. Phont SiU. 16.4 SO6n CAB-0-* Vauxhall 14 i ,-~m vs..,klar H. P liar... .v Co Suee; PfcOBa 40*a IB.4 30-ai CAJ*~or-iu;H ... MOOD crwiMr mnum in axcelki i 0. Ud K 4 SO—4n. €W1 Cwtvro'et IVU l? pamted Api 9L aUehavl 32 4.50-*,. MOTOR CAR II ; VMM drivi a.w.1 drivt". •I Mftdliton il Ptil Mi Althei ; Red & Tor Inn 21 .4.SO '*. KOTOfl Mr *, H i' '.i IL Appl> I" II i Hart* Gup LA.T. Co IB 4 VL-2.1 TKOCK-One in ClMVTtlbM Truck it M •0: T A r; 1 4 30—in IfCTRICAL C00URATOB7 | ,„,.. ennd,arbadM Ice co Bay Sire* M 4 M> W %  JKTKIt 010 %  J..I %  ,;;. t* nrklDC ord.i Telephone S24D %  n 4 so in Uamumhouae Re Allder, RoehurK 23 4 S0-2i. * c -' h orvditioii. WID fhANOFRaAno-hCT W ^' L H If. n |Hi IBCORD I'l.wi i %  "'JS^*' 1 ~ ' 'or H6.00 Dial %  n*5o.t, VtSTOCK 5"*-0],'O Ch.ld.e., f,., ntx Vrlfa ECHANICAL %  a 4 n in ^*1 %  oo Mki 8CELUNE0US REAL ESTATE ONI ST.. %  %  d, St Thunu.* %  V. .ir..*i. 1(( and dnuiiJ ^!T w iL. ,,hop nd *** ^.iiu Apply on proniian. M 4 SO-In \ I-OHIION oi %  Cocouu, g*.,. in Bl I'-iA 300 to. 400 vm. with -p. Droximalaly J.OOO hearing i-oroauul tre*. n "en. t'nplanlea Mill ''"'-'bio for ru. eocuanuu and banaOM •tauaudl 7 mii from Ca*r.* on fiovmunent main road which run* 1', milea "IK.UII [i v :.,I 1( I BKnlkni houw< Ittaj Wi fe.-t atarra aaa>t i novCTfitiiing tprkne i.v..ii.bif from power plant i MaM Apply (i I, liAJtrofU) IfonwQOd at. J SO.4. SO—f,n AI'AKTMENTS TM-o iOartntrnU at Coomb* llouar. White Park, to an approved tenant Dial 400f a 4 50— In. I iHilruoni*. M...iu>g water In each. One MM with I bedroom. For 'L-utara dial :ww "-tf n. w.wwn %  newly constructed Throe Bedroom, runninawain All mod*m i-onvctilencea C\ruc. fruit t-.. | Ciailoe. Phone 4430: 8 to 4 %  %  qunrtea acre*. At Derrick %  two cor*, aervanU room, %.i. nd Urav fowl run. Apply to Unden %  lt.ib" for further in font ui (.•..D ide Phone No. 3W1. CAUELOT, Chelaaa Road, Mandiiut on ip 12.1100 -q ft wild wall Cottage i-ed aallery. drawing room, 3 bedroom*. each with running water, modern conx-enionce*. neve'al fruit trow • %  F Cnln "n t 4 to fi p.m except Sundays. DUI MM. OJMU, t-ln. HELP A TYiMST he 0UI iifllce. make jpplicitlona b< Brootd K %  oat UM September ter to teach Claoa—auming %  ing to quajifrrallotia and Uona %  taitim qualll nd aub>ecU : % %  %  r-*Ji the Headmiitreu not \!..v 3lel. 11 4 SO "i'NITW AJBttTANT hi .i, in penon to w.,rd. Drucaeat and Grocer. M U HI. or. Chrurt Chuncfe. 21.4 SO-OrIIOUHIKBBPBR for Klngole> Club. Il. Plume 220T to public %  %  %  i in JJ II 4 S0-n I hivr lieen Imtructed sale that comlort.it.. -'HumeMead*. Ulu.' eAreot Tt has itetlery. druu ina rooma. (2i be d room" % %  %  .id for keeping roata. fmn.edi.ile pcnr—lnn. Apply to DARCY A %  %  M i %  Church BBjra* FoundOtlon School, from the lit May ISM, lo teach SpanUh and ;cct* %  PPCOVld Scale according to qualitkaUon and eipenance. n* 'hould be aenl with full to the Headma-ler not later than 22nd April. W II ANTh ; Sec. to Gov. Body, Ch. Ch. Boya* Foundation School. •450-7n. MISCELLANEOUS Will tha friend who borowed the hook . i I v Ol rOMURKOK Irtone kindly return 11* 23 4 SO2n %  lha BarboUo* Nuipra' %  23 4 SOIn. 1'IBI.It **OTHEJ f n>ry deicrtcllon r old JeweN. r,ne 9Uear VKm'iSS'SJF"——* 1 •.— t.f -I CARKY^-OT. Engllah rroMto. ,"L ul' " l Piaiod + rJ^r m *" '**• I3W 7 .LT or 'T PW-pen. limited __la*or U|j. -j 490 an ^•Mntlue* a* U o-nl. per u. -> OMtorw. St John a 4.80— 3n "iuSi* 111 ?** A %  • Johnoon'. U~*w fou.h.1. nwi sm. ^ Co lAd. Brctrtcal Dept a 4 soon Flannel at I 1 IB per rd 8TANWAY Store. a.4.503ii |r for Sale at their Office*. Nc: IT. High Street. on Friday the ?l-t daj of Aptll 1000. ..I 2 pm. A fullv paid up Policy in the iterbjUfe Aamu-ance Society, on AT*, aged Tl ro MSS at Preeent Surrender Value ll.lW.W COTTI.E. rATFORr. A (j' %  netltlon at our OITce No: IT. High Si Bridgetown, on Friday the Mth day of April IM0 m 2 30 p m %  three.toiied mewuaa* or dwelling hou*e known a> l(oue> and Ihe land thereto belonging containing by admearurr-. t^uarw fe4 or theroabouio altuale a' Bridgetown. Inaperlion any day* excepl Sunday* i npplication on the prenuae* LhOV partlculBJi, tlona of Sale, apply to the urdarMgned rOTTlJ". CATFORD. A CO "£25 ••*"* *med by obUlning order* for private Chrlilmaa ("aru.* from rour friend*. No prorriouo eiperlenc* necoeaory. Write today for beautiful fre< Sample Book to Britain'* large*! a no .i.il.net*. higheet cornmiaalon. marvailous money making opporiuniiy. Janaa, WUIlama A Co., Depl 10 Victoria Work*. Pititon. EUaTiati-' Mtf* ** r mm Oo*. Michael TelaDhone ll.4aV-4r. BUUis Z ,„, p Tl4 %  V.JW g*-** ( "" HOI1-..I %  %  a>arrow. Fhone I104—4008 31 4 SO Th JJ" UPB, HEM:-Half-mc ."£il-lp p' •*" ,p •* **AJrjr|g a, co LTD 3S0 t I ^QaTWNTm A tart. ^"tot ai .jj an,,; HQ^I If SOOr -J TAfcft M Ane>T*fd-aa Plan 13•**•• %  %  4 To "an .et UV for a-> It * ...rnpelitlcn M our OfHce No: IT. Ijirh icetown. on Friday the Wh of Aniil ltoo at 2 p m Dwelling hou*e tformerl*' __ la-ar'a Houaa of Ooodland Plant*. with ihe land on which II %  1,-rrhe. ->r ih.reabOUU Inapectlon wiy a>y betvotn 10 a m For further partleulara and Condlona o( Sale, apnlr to the JeT*irne 11 4 flO-tn NOTICE difficulty ol tender .-l-iueinent of the Celling ihe Pariah Church wtihoui Aral run ing ihe old nr.e, I now call for trnder* for the removal of the main ceiling of tl.. Paj.Ui Church. Tender* will be iOBitewl by me up to IfjpJ till ItOO" W. U GOODD4G. Parochial Treaaurer. SI. Philip It I '-> a. riic Barbados Shipping %  i railing (o.. I.lil. NOTICE I* herwby given that under Article No ST ol Oka Article* Of A0%  OIL:I!IOII f The HabtaN ahippiivf IM* ilIX-.ISTFJt OF MEMBEHa will be >loeed a* from that Ml< Apn 1060 lo the 10th May 19a0 By order of thBoard r>( COLTS U E WI1J : Seci. %  M Itenry SUeet. Bridgetown .*. SO 3n ii huar.l Altaini.i I Jomfh tad H DMBM Mfi.slcr il l,miy .li.\ N H I tin' i i baj II.t: ft | Pit Pk*j> .'it, B**nUi "Tl-'ANT (fr ES'TRV GOODS V\titM 1 1 iHii— Isi( I ION U M.itk> o| \uLubu>. T s K Ltd .. N A C B. (* II .IiiliiiH.ni -i Mnnlwnrr BOWBN No, l .. IA M No 8 M. 4 Co H A R I. N. lUrriiiti.i. H H N H in I.I. a aoN .. i .IKMMOTT .. BOItNN BAT RUM i 0 N R WILSON .. A \mv: II Ona Una IV. On.1 1 .Iv On* 1 1 ().... 1 •'mir In.1 1 h 1 %  %  1 Ii 1 1 Pwo %  ". Pwo !;<-llMi On. I'II I M I.AIMI.D iiu.iiAia: (MM I. 'Ii Ml mill—I SECTION i III N 'I \ M \ H N M M Ali.i.li I ''IB I I I, I I. 1 1 AlijlllCllMlli %  ^;ition to ndnir.' Welfar Fund crfjaTifNl UTMMI %  10-47. %  %  The salary attached to this pout is •: I mailed ill COIll will bfl \ \ Th, | ..i.ition with (N Apiilu. %  %  Mi ApeiL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Exhibition ol Handwork There will u School Teachers at the Easier ViicatK.: School on Thuila>. ihe lift April. 195U %  will be made (or admission. Applu Senior tad Junior Clerk in a Ml loans from the Labour Welfare Fund erMtojd (Rehabilitation Price Stahiliruli.m Ul 2. Candidates must be in potMtotto lertillctle of equivalent standard. AppUi should also have a knowledge of tcct 3 The salary acale of both pus.• long grade in the I^^oal Civil Egtablishu ol $1,872.00 per annum for UP the Junior Clerk. 4. These posts are of a tarn] subject to termination wtU) %  5. Applications in wnlmn wiih teitiiiic; the Colonial Secretary. Colunij, h the 28th For Sale-aaConiJ MISCELLANEOUS 1 TaTtJCK TYRES--**} %  Auto Tyre Or, BESt t _'"ii K ^YRX_ %  % %  • Ato Trro Q I "OFa-tr" %  WTR-Juat „ ^ -V.-.-v..,'20 ( SO Jn %  4 SO 3 STETO. TrlODO AND CLAMPA-Twenty -h rate*! Tie RodEach TT', feet long Mart Thb-ty au 'Sii Cla-npa Ji x 3 inThe Above can be earn at BulMlev Fbcfjory and oftXar. for *an .uhmltWd to the Pararhaol Treajaurer of %  Ceeonte by the I*. M lt-„ ^ TWrXD-Oenu Pin St. double width EUT par ••. cotawr%  '.roam STANWAT tTOaX. Lucaa LeiTkl Srbaal Nrxl Tfra? HAVE you conalderaol J*aaraalMn an C-rea-r* The Barbadkt* Adh" I ing for a bright young man to irain a* a Rub-aWtor Apply ra ffieua full detaila to the E dI Io r Tho Reoml Rtreet r-eOTlCE PAJU1R or BT. PET1R WanMd by tha Poor Law Ouardi fur the Alrraahouae a fully qualified Nur rapabla at taking charge of Midwifery faaUry064 00 per month ApplicanU muM praawnl then.wive* with HU-th Cwrtiacaa* and credential* to the PMO at hi* real ire r r St Peter m or before Apr, 10 NOTICE A E T/.YIXHl calllnr all aajeaiM who lepreaant flrma aeUinaT dry go. I ,:ier. S S S Dngeld ihaaatta %  Seawell %  %  %  MAIL NOTICE %  %  Mexican H6vie$ %  %  v 9nc. mm VOIR stan t •*"' Km. N.T. i. a.. altt u''''i "J£ ftC" *iri April \:,v Ml u Qai \N MBTI i RANGER" %  I %  dee April %  \s laiAH taavit i ^-a*• c,i skip %  I'llcruu%  i i'eunaiii' S •* A DM VOItTMl Ol M. aatJi Haaataaai j ,.,u iranifnw AMU BBBJ, %  M..v Mlfe | May M-tl. vrriraa I NUy Hih ABUly : DA COSTA ft CO ., Se.vi.* I1AUKISON LINE OUTWARD FIIOM THE (NITPD Kl HOaUWABD FOR MI I NI VMM) ss l USTODIAN" For I...Ion Clows in Barbados IMh Uth v to DA ODSTA & CO.. LTD—Ag.nti. >lr. I'eiisunl VOt) CAM HAVK YOUK IANES ISSIKUl Hi %  ppb/lBI to ... 1 \,11.11 IMIMIIC111 I IM1TLII tmm—m Itaaannein Mjilnll strrrl, • it) A. M. WEBB Sloctu — Honda — Sharca Both i%  155 Rorhinfc, st i.niU.Umii Hal %  ma-. Bra ,','-•,', ,-.-.-.',-,----',','% • j; JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE IN . 4. \I.V AM/.I l III IKE IS SEE US. IMH VI. I Ol MMIt IIII. PUr Head rlriuid SI. toil SALE "MAKISKIW aving i Liarvini %  h :;;. LfU % %  (Quarter* and fowl i fully luriuhh. i -saawslon will i: Further particulars. H402. r \i i \ i -• vii ) i INO 1 .. \pril -Hih al MM IrKM l llUMlM t* valiird*> \prll 3SUi. lo 1 00 p.M. MM \Mt I LI H. i ..a i salt. 23.4JoV-2n. LrOII S\U "EVWIU.N" (Next to Voovlllou". Top Rock) Si-inding on :u-ail> tfc Affl now nearing completion. ung it..,,,,,, bf %  Viewing by appointment onli by tDPlylllf to UhPH A DEAJLD IIaid wood AJley raMtM IMS tl MM 19.4.50—In. %  •MlSO\ Al The publkare hrraby warnco agi>"i>t giving credit lo my wife rAR%lTN (AltTER 'late Holder* aa I do not hoi in>*rlf laaao n M h to for ha. ot anyone elaa rontrarttoaj any deb* or debU in mj i,am* ianlaa by a written orde•igrard by rrw 23 4 10— Sn Far MARL. SAND. GARDEN MOULD, ami LIMF Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! iu.\;;-' II droda lad) l.niriJa No Btncfit— Nd) r %  >'•• .-'• %  rlih OH.I Kid.e r i DMhM> Wr, Cystex Th Buitrd I ni located I ANA. Cap., n. AH '.inkIM 'I %  • Copadty Shape Uth b l*.700 Imp Gl. JU.tOU % %  10x S2rx>. 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7T ii I • %  r (lav April 22 l.0. Barbaibns fluurjcate re: IVE CENTS Year .... Hen Lays A Double Egg" A FOWL belonniiiK tu .1 i Lane, Speightstown. fad a "double ege" during trie peek. %  %  C owner of the fowl dei |w aii egg with his lire ik The egg was taken up from ng some othci %  || lool other and n i si/ lor puitinj; on the utoDaaticatly it .< il u passed. er was pushed back n Ihe brakes, The Hn did not live to tell the tak. Reuter. brake* flop Bg putting RBmJ • The s off I, aresr' the p .: •a* ibo & Ih IV % %  then take only the white wa SEVENTEEN YRS IMPRISONMENT; £90,000 FINE Trial Etuis After Two Yrs CAPETOWN, April 21. yHE millionaire financiers Stephen Norbert Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found guilty of several charges of theft, fraud and con travention of the Companies Act, were today sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment and fined ei)0,000 each. They face 33 years' further imprisonment if the fines are not paid. Ttlll wai emence for this tne "f i rime ever passed In Sjouth Africa^ history. IIAHBADOS is helping the sterling pool. Yesterday 3.000 tons of Ibni bOUtht b) the British G{ llurhados to Canada by Messrs : the S.8 v. Html rht tan 2,703 Yean Old ROME, April :\ Rome, the "Eternal City," 2.703 Mi i tali Mora %  %  1.64B.674 ciUxen rtl muat not put on .i pride but It.nip. %  everal figure* ell-kni ir Ihe ;> \ IIH. I Tilt \ Powers ul attempting I violation by endeavouring to bring in Italy. iA joint declura'hc Three P March .to, itm, proj %  I to Italy). t no longer want carried it thn i %  net showing it around. Arbitrary" police methoda now reigned a ind "those who auppoi democratic methoda are subjected to cruel .. anaarieaa aad nritanfci treeaa were maintained uncontrolled in Mania ifaaj aaaaaavvrai were ad out ind British %  Mori-smokers o u t n u taaokers In Daemons ,-..,' %  p h the railwa aW Trieate hat Lkmntft pc ricMii pUmiiiuti %  •wed a slight majority %  no oppose in • .v'th th atnoke. | aave rttablishBaine Barton. Uboui '.; %  oattioti In Triaal ar Coventry South, started th jrirynaulie-i maatery acreen. She i ituiy n weordancc with M.P. Asks Separate Smokers From Noii-Smoktrs LONDON. April 21 Remove Ban On Portuguese Koval Family LISBON. April 21. Portugal's National Assembly 'omght unanunou i i iiiii propoatng anoUtli i %  ;mii Portugal be aboUahed under the lull arc thoae of :B34 and 1920. : and the exile of the Portuguese pretendeTi Don Duarti Braganza, who has been living in Switzerland. He is the grandson of King Michael the Fust, exiled to Austria in 1834. Portugal—an independent aUrte atnee the 12th Century, and Britwas a monarchy until 1910. when the Republic was after a revolution. Second who died In I9M The section ipproved by the Corporate Chaml 11 guese UPIHT Houaa) nearij i yeai ago. Among those iifTected by the bill are the Pre! Fa Princess alaria FrancJaca uf Orieana, Braganza, hii three ten, and the N Queen Mother Amelia, who baa been living at Cht sailles, since the 1910 revolution, —Renter. if. b %  parate acrommodatum m dining u,v ejcpanaionial (B for 15 |wvi ihe sai I wei .Sir William Darling, C *vt Edlnburuh South, eongralu|a< Matt Burton on striking th.%  0* for oi %  ncy Can Praaa Soviets Reject U.S. Claim Britain will uncompi reject the SovU demand lor the wKhdl British troops from the Trieab iUc quartera here believed I It wa* Mans, that with the deadlock amonr the power* near the taaaaaanaaaaaal of a Govenwr fr I.,.si. the presence of allied troop* in Trie*!*is In actordaiKP %  ratk ihe lulUn Peace ti aa tj %  %  %  %  an the full text had been received and itudatd I i amenta, who relOtai —Reuler. Soviets Repalrialt' 50U 9 (NN) Jap Prisoners LONDON. Apul 2\ Moscow radio announced to-day that all Japanese prison. i in Soviet hands have been repatn%  pi for a group includlni L4B1 men held I Other* i" apatriab Included TORIES CHALLENGE CRIPPS BUDGET LONDON, April 21 ipon challenge confronts Britain's Lab mr Government as political opponents of Labour and private M combine In many barbed attack! %  tiservative Party sp^keaman in London announced the Party's Intent Su.ll'c id Cripps budget bo series ol vital ltd In tl Houaa i i Commons where laboui majority la only four. • int.i, %  :...i rdaUi London d majority vote whtob a .the wage in ang dlfftcultlei [*nn %  i i budget pi' %  Pai ty Lead* I Da^ Ii i tion aropoaali come to the Houai i in. preaa SPORTS WINDOW N ,.ILU %  > "" i in I'u.i .hvlaluK I . iind i.rw or la tour Ba l ui aa u>>tltM with lh nd i %  Irons Icama nm* vr> sou aaoMi Tlw iiti, lo tlose (ft LONDON. Apni 2\ aoviet Ruaua •oiarge thai an American B29 r||| _ajrfortreas machine-gunnert stated the. nth tha Unit) %  w,,,hi Health Otganisation betcfi sent out a plane to photocause the Organisation did not ffl* Bovtet derencai the note I fulfill its proper purpc-es. BOM K. ul. i the capitulation ol •tapan, a 'etal of 510,409 Japan. ... %  OflW Lai innountement day by tl T-pccu of reli LOS ANGELES. Apul 21. I Actress Ingnd IterRman TIM .'ittltudc of the Czethoslovn'. INCRID BERGMAN TO mi be sued foi oellad tli Doctor husband Pett Unitinl States G ridHMlUl "n grounds ol mental cruelty, his review Ine scope ol acUviUM I The Crechoslovak lawyer Isaac Pachl announced | Cieclioslovak eaublishnient.. ...n %  .,. that ,t had I.. barged Miss I Bergman with deaerting her husI band "in violation of her vowa." —Beuter. mtcd States.' Krulri Truman Will Be More Formal WASHINGTON. April %  lurmal In future. Ihe W %  lueeUoni %  mi" and whom he repreaenta, before aaktng hi About 160 nt: tiif iVorld Press, utuall' attend Mr Trum Mi Charlea Roaa White Hotta Preaa Secretmy. said the rhanga was "mainly foi i the Pre and rauld enabae all to see and heai Reuier. Truniun 0|)liniisiic Vlioul War FORT %  I oltGIA. April 21 can UlUtai that be %  %  : 1 HI the woi maintain %  %  whole unless we want to do %  i a noing to I am nn %  %  tig uifori.iuter. SOUTH \I RICA SEGREG M is %  Dongea %  l %  m can set %  %  AMERICAN DAY AT SEAWELL Queen Mary Crosses \tlantie In I Uays NEW YOltK, April 21. The llrv i ry" todav her (aateat H Atlaatle since tho ltd 57 mlnpton, it war i ra The %  \4 II -nt*-r Sikhs \tleiii|i| Invasion: •"> Killetl Ml, April || Troops and polio %  tb the tribe of Sikl 1 near Amntsai whl aside to accommodate Eight Sikhs were reported killed. The Sikhs are aatd t^ th modern BUtomgUl from prepari-fl Minkei hour attack on one village 30 miles from Amnt*ar. Whl I %  —Gam Pre*.. W.P. Wants EruitCannuifi In W.I. Firm, i %  padnli Lomx %  M.i'. reeli thai %  i enough alternaUi iai in the Weat Indtaa : James Giimths lary, if hi ; < stablislinik fruit aiinlng ractorii "f nic islands. Mr Rol thai he hi ntal oevel.-rporatuin might be Inh a pro}eet rauble is that so Indian Islands are one Industry aid %  'fruit Mama the obvious field providing ployment would, if n was hull! Up m. .i .liable do cut —Renter. liig Three Meet \e.xt Month N i the Big %  %  %  %  %  I .tu Foreign Mmallnunary talkwith Brneal Bevin In LonI %  Atlantli I'.H t Ciniiu il i i Renter. in the greatest commercial trial the rountry has ever known and Milne, who ran a financial enterprise worth £100.000.000. had faced 05 charges. Erleigh was found gnUty r part of 44 Milne f 19. Judge F W Lucas, who. coun%  saeeaora, deUi the verdict*, refused an application by ErMgh'a counael for a %  to prepare a plea asking lency %  •ilv built 4ti >ld Uindon-tom Cambridge gradaned forward In the dock. lus head impatiently. while Judge V w Lucas passed teneea ful Mrs grlelgta aal packed with aronien and husineumen. ol them .iss^:< HOLY YEAR HOMAGE VATICAN CUV April 21. Pane Plea xn an official Vittona Sana) Ian Jose De Costa Rica I %  Krutn LIE SEEKS TO BREAK / \ST-WEST DEADLOCK pHUl. An.i :ow. A %  %  p breah |fhe cas%  %  Argentine V>k* Frailer lor Loan PAH, Argentine authorities have ... finance her purchaei %  %  %  %  BSlgp •"*n of the reaaatage, sign .Minister '.MENTIS IN PRISON i 'ormer onflrmed K.vtec. It's \\\e Tobacco that counts A



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qahib falling H IS EXCELLENCY the Govof thi Service .Association and othrr guests at Government House on Thursday evening. Arrived by "Gaacogne" M R. Gabriel RacUt ho arrived on Thursday by tint "Gascogne". ]• on his way to THnldi will be giving piano concert. Mr. Rarlct is a young Frenchman born in Pan* and has played in mam concerts in various parts of the world. In Pans he played at the Conaervati.:if (itMU.HM 'ore cornins; here ha was in Algiers and also played at tba Conservatoire de Musique there. Perhaps during his short stay m Barbados he might be persuadd to stage a concert here Amphibian Arrive* Transferred Here M R S. K Will : I %  (CI-IKC ui Igvantti !>.' Holder's Paintings At The Museum A N KXHIHITION of paintings ' J r ity Holder opens to-day at the Museum for four Holder is a nineteenycar-old Trinidadlan. He was educated at Queen s Royal College, '.no younger brother ol Boscoe Holder. He began drawruj and painting at the age of 5, c age of 15 held his (1r*t one-man exhibition in Trtni-i.ii Among the purchasers of hU work at this exhibition was Di Cecil Marque/ of Howard Ufet age of 18. %  completed 0 trail lor the American base, Waller Field. Last year he tv Id a joint exhibition of hla ... ik with that ol M ifrw Holder was partly ponMble (or the founding of the nth Art Movement in Trinidad New Ideas For Floors and Colour Schemes Ol the Trinidad and a member of taying at th< his brother's troupe of Folk Lore Dsavosn His favourite painters are Gaugin. Modlgllant anc S'lvorubias. Married On Thursday a%  %  %  M married to Miss Gowans of England. The A RRIVIV; yesterday mornl ing at o'clock %  ) Seau w I A from St Klltl u.Il from ChaKuaramas Naval atiurt visit and Base in Trinidad was a PBal(| oU .| |; 5A Amphibian plane. On board iciuarwerr paaaengers tcr „.„,. n Trinldl and aeven new. They were t^,,, lrans here on an excursion tour and were only here .lew hours. In charge was Commander S. who has %  !" STp^' SUTA^ Fir.t V,.it to the Tropic. J- ^^ !" ? :; ^ M.IAI< %  -*M Kail m "* M i two Cam. Da. *lu> i (nun South Carnl:.,.! who came out to Barbado. n-iy w-.-^ducted b, Hi. H** years and m I :-turned hot. I-cod. Poll Rodney". TtK Dr. Kirk*ooign which waa pictured ^ u a sleno|traih! CCS* while his bride X it %  Protoyn and u .,_. ... > <>gne from England these war* fluently hP* to re,urn AHer Five Months A rm spaod : iv m Barba r Taylor ol K %  \ I F LOORING Ll a problem in new house* where the floor* are of concrete, due to present restrictions on wood flooring. Asphalt tiles, as a substitute for linoleum, are suitable for any room. They are reasonably warm. easy to keep clean, and are obtainable in a pleasing range of colours and design* A jointle** flooring of wood and rubber not affected by heat, fireproof, dustasss and heat-resisting, and is also available in ;i wide range of colours either plain, mottled or in a feather design, Colour Dictmmmry H OME co lour-scheming is simplified by the first Dictionary of Colours for Interior Decoration Produced by the Brit sh Colour Council, it contains 378 sample colours, shown on matt and shiny paint surfaces, with matching samples of pile carpet. The dictionary will be ol particular interest to architects and interior designers, and also to people planning their homes Several of the big stores have enough for horn already ordered copies for their interior decoration departments //ic.r/w/uir*' Lu.ru rim tpUR the Linen < tipbaard if your linen is not ui By PamHu Blake Far the Gardes, nosUlgu gifts to friends abroad are English strawberry* plants which can be sent to any part ot the world scaled dry in a special new wrapping material Far Use Wine Capbee.nl.—No that good wirus are cheep entertaining, important to know what serve, when, how and with wh also how to choose, buy and keep your bottles. A little booklet. Fine Drinking;, can be sent free to any reader who would like a copy and sends PsMB&V .ng m the heart of P has an atmosphere all its own. It is the first thin? 'list strikes you as you enter—the cathedrallike calm, the peace.... phere. The chambers were de-1 signed pnmarly for study':.*, an animals, women and children were not allowed. Today there is still a ban on animals and children, but many women live there. Television an noun i • Malcolm's home is half-hidden tv daffodils The small garden t. full of them, so are the window i boxes. Books are evervwhrr.^ line the walls on both sides of the fireplace in the lounge The". are piled high on her hurtsne* enormous writing desk by the bay windows. Moat outstanding tern in in*. bedroom is a beautiful patchwork. quilt of muted pinks %  I W ,JJ U made by village schoolchildren and picked up for ,0r g AQt.Vrif ItrBCrVEMA Members (Hi dc MATINEE: Today at 5 p.m. •*-. ROYAL Worthings To-afcy 1 '~< ronlinuini MOM PrnaHiU "*"" %  "'""?"> K-autiYuW. J .VandmoVnerV aTfcl' %  ",.'" "!Z %  •"" jou can .till have it initiallrt uul .. „., „,.. ,. monogrammed quile reuonably Other Proplr, HornThe shop thai docs this stocks the T*UILT for Lord Melbourne in Queens Elisabeth and Mary ship D 1770 and converted into shops with fine linens which sell bachelor chambers in 1600. The out on each dollar trip Albany, a stately Regency buildived i GasReturns After Short Visit \*RS. MARJE OLAJSHXa wife %  almost peif%  'iv sel%  days M Opens This Evening %  %  : %  Hotel Of W'.l' have %  n st M For Oil Discussiona the ll Lawrence Cap ,.. %  , %  %  Cable B W.I.A %  meml.. bstht'i %  i %  %  They b Whil %  with the drill UW Ocean of Supt Eric Glaishcr M the Trinidad Police Force who has been in Barbados for a few Gays' holiday returned to Trinidad yesterday by B.W.l.A She %  %  i ... an porl %  w Amateur Painter v i HOVOARO, wti New York City arrived fl I rs BM I i via Trimhate for an b Si James Her husband, of Amluhhhmg firm bad .< box ol paints, she Is J i*> Though t to Hnrbados M" %  Edlhiii Yesterday at the CUlb there '-ktuil Party rriendj and Left for U.S. %  M" \|iss lit. k I i E %  %  Once Lived Here It f.KORGE RODDAM .1 tba COsOPlal DfVflupinei t .. lakfldj in %  lontba sa arrivad yesterdty I II W 1 A Hu IVrl-of-S; .' I % %  %  %  i and la s Da ol Santa N t tha Ma ma Hotel Ho told t %  OuU Oil I %  %  sai Went To School Here M iss Ensjrid Jolnsaoa who is .m U i Ran Into %  Storm A ment I %  %  m into Joseph Hun. tow To Be Married Shortly I ilka n war) muen i;. Lanu -is"! ba lr* Keen On Hockey \ and i Hi Maj inoa In \h i'i.. ..-v carrying | I . . > %  %  ':*BY THE WAY s y UACHCOMH* N o i given ,ho M. the the film riwuins for //(.-(>.F ll M producers and exhiLttor* .H-. //!.i I %  %  %  Id %  %  %  %  . : %  %  %  brtasj its, at the lop of her mouth, as tti heartthe peeial film : III.,1,1,141,1 I.IHlf tii.u-lookin %  %  opla srould f>'<: I %  %  told It la dean and ... .. Iha right aori • Bupahraa between two oaf \ 9* %  I pi. tlial tfu i but will will i %  i tduce th< ,:.il add ...... • i.ihlxi' UEHE IT MS! TROPICAL SUITING 54 inches wide $3.23 JiST 1H*IXHt AT EVANS AND WHITFIELDS. Single MfffSi apoa•orda artall limls. (HVPTOtilOTE—Hire's how to no'k .t: IXf I LIAaXI I. LONOrELLO* One leller aimply .lan.la for another In Ihla example A la I lor the three /.. X f.-l Ihe tn 0a i he length anil formation of Each day the code letlei* are different A Cryptogram quotation XTD WORT flFDIJ RFBR OND XZYD ZO RFDZN TXO DCDV'-ZYBZBF ( aagaHli EVERY COOD GIFT AND EVERY PERFECT GIFT IS FROM ABOVE-EPISTLE OF JAMES. Ought ig Jam*. BgABOM-fcrbM(lgpOg-ltoeei "YAK r %  ufanimiN EMPIRE mmmwmi$tflS/ TONIGHT to Toeaday Nigh. . I' -g %  T1IK TIME. THE PLACE AND THE lilRI." in Technicolor Stattlng. DENNIS MORGAN — JACK CARSON — JaiM %  AGE MAR THA VICKERS with CARMEN CAVACS gC YourTo^uTarC'inemii . THE PLAZA proudly present, Saturday 22 — Sunday 23 — 5 & 8.38 a* oan CRAWFORD CROSSWORD jrpr PAKKING BAN HURTS WORK1NGHAM. Berkshire, England. SiiKe .i no-parkl:ig order has been enforced In the main shopping street. Uwtanten complain they have lost 25 per cent ol their % %  : rt P Issjass 1 3' wn. *tiiia. it* uwn reatiiil ti Id. atie'a. iwia aootl lor • raw rupee*. (4i I* K;[ i.r a I'.I. Irntructor to crt. Ui IS. A* ions as ns ramalna tms nta cumiiiiMeioi, u wiunmia. td' 16 su|tiis>ii.' oi tiitti itimlly. <3• IV. Why IMMI territory beld by dune or tiuctiew. 4i IV. Ancieiu SOOtS UM l!,l mui* -• weapon. > (3f .'I A. ihe H ui hour, mi H. One who %  kimlou* to isaro all as aan Down — u' you dnti.' i I. ir,__ one tritvl. thu*. i?) a. Troy alwny-i htm tt I5I 7. Profld*. the ciop I ua. (3. *> a To taae • bun*. TOUU ueed thia-la Nur c*r. 6) ia In trmvp; u ha i put i 17. Sort ol ur.itu to uiAKe eoDbliui !. Whl -iiine ll tresUJ. Touil rind .ou'H tiov* lo i • what tnn Veres ol modern mm-. j ( UHW I Openina To-iiiithl CASUARINA CLUB %  ATTEKT HOl'U ST LAVYBENCE I'I-.U. iii.'s begin at 6 ll.lll. and continue throughout the night e DINNER SUPPER DANCING and for late celebrators BREAKFAST Reservation* (or dinner only Phone MM ADMISSION ::: 3/Ouen all day to-morrow Sea-bathing. Lunche.s. Teas. Snaks. IO-MI.1II DINE AND DANCE AT CLUB MORGAN THE HIST INDUS MOM PIIPILAK NIGHT HUB. Continuou* Entertainment throughout the Night far riesaa Dial 4N0 far leaervaliona Some Items you will need during the Crop Season. BUSINESS HOURSMON. FRIDAY: • a. 4 ... SATURDArS 9.00 12.30 •. • PAIeM COLLARS • sHUVELS • ITTLASStS • BASS BROOMS • JlTft SEWING TWTNE—S gl> e STENCIL INK A BBl'SHIS (k "CLENBOIG" FIRE BRU K• STEAM riPE at FITTING* BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. I alwayi uie LugToilel Soap It'i thtilling the \.ay it ijiveg tkiti frail new lovclinm! I cover %  generously with its rich .uper-crr.nn\ Uthcr. working ii in gently Inn thoroughly. Then I rinse with warm wratcr, and splash on cold. Grvejwr skin this genue beautil'ying care! You'll find Lux Toilet Soap leases it fragr anth/softer, vmoothcr-li. TOILET SOAP %  AAORANT WHITi


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April 22
l.0.
Barbaibns
fluurjcate
re:
IVE CENTS
Year ....
Hen Lays A
Double Egg"
A FOWL belonniiiK tu .1 i
- Lane, Speightstown.
fad a "double ege" during trie
peek.

C owner of the fowl dei
|w aii egg with his lire ik
The egg was taken up from
ng some othci . || lool
other and n i si/<-
erg w boili
m off This
tie o( the egg but mi yolk. The
tie was removed to find that
Two Millionaires Jailed In South Africa
Russia Wants Western
Troops to Leave Trieste
U.K. WILL SAY "NO"
ih<
MOSCOW,
iihdr.iwal
April 11.
nf Western
RUSSIA has demanded
HMM from Trieste
A new Soviet note allege* ihul Britain nnd America are
pealing military base in Ihv \driatir ,, ri ... .1 dtci
ihe I iiiii'i"" '" be "intolerable".
Th, s.vift demand, made la .i nighl ;.. the Ijtesl m ive
ir the Eaat-Wesl wrangle ovc- Trieste. wh< ,. sovereign. 3
iS m di^nite between Italy and Yugoslavia.


...

with Italy
The note, which
Russian v- | rlrnonloui
isjuite. which bai [one on since
the end of the war. also demands
the immediate appi Intment (it a
n which

agree time an |
The II ;|lal i\lv
eaty provided for
dor the Free Tm
i the seltinii up bu-
ll rial Qtiv-
rnment
Tin- Russian! made -
to the part
I'lii- irxl of in,. no;r wM .
Mated Hire inn., ] aha "rana"
BflaVa) this BMndaJga procedure
-.'served lor si;MemrnU i .insider -
i'd of the utmost irnporlancc
The Russlana i
H itaa, Britain u
hampered
Intmenl of
a Goverm
i proponed
Hlti STOPS EXPRESS
EORDK
i

an the Spaniih
uin:
ning oe-
iween the raUa when ihe
engine passed over her.
Her carcasi
tplnst the trip-lew
caamsir. under the locomo-
iivi> lor puitinj; on the
utoDaaticatly it .<
il u passed.
er was pushed back
n Ihe brakes, The
Hn did not live to tell the
tak. Reuter.
brake*
flop Bg
putting
RBmJ
The s
off I,
aresr'
the p .:
a* ibo
& Ih
IV
then take
only the white wa
SEVENTEEN YRS
IMPRISONMENT;
90,000 FINE
Trial Etuis After Two Yrs
CAPETOWN, April 21.
yHE millionaire financiers Stephen Norbert
Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found
guilty of several charges of theft, fraud and con
travention of the Companies Act, were today
sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment and fined
ei)0,000 each.
They face 33 years' further imprisonment if the
fines are not paid.
. Ttlll wai emence
for this tne "f i rime ever passed
In Sjouth Africa^ history.
IIAHBADOS is helping the sterling pool. Yesterday 3.000 tons of Ibni bOUtht b) the British G{
llurhados to Canada by Messrs : the S.8 v. Html rht tan

2,703 Yean Old
ROME, April :\
Rome, the "Eternal City,"
2.703
Mi i tali Mora


1.64B.674 ciUxen
rtl
muat not put on .i
pride but
'
It.nip.
everal
figure*
ell-kni
ir Ihe ;>
\ IIH. I Tilt \
Powers ul attempting I
violation by en-
deavouring to bring
.
in Italy. iA joint declura-
'hc Three P
March .to, itm, proj
I to Italy).
t no longer want
carried it thn i
net showing it around.
Arbitrary" police methoda now
reigned a ind "those
who auppoi
democratic methoda are subjected
to cruel
..
anaarieaa aad nritanfci treeaa
were maintained uncontrolled in
Mania ifaaj aaaaaavvrai were
ad out
ind British

Mori-smokers o u t n u
taaokers In
Daemons ,-..,'
p h the railwa aW Trieate hat
Lkmntft pc ricMii pUmiiiuti
wed a slight majority
no oppose in .v'th th
atnoke. | aave rttablish-
Baine Barton. Uboui '.; oattioti In Triaal
ar Coventry South, started th jrirynaulie-i maatery
acreen. She i ituiy n weordancc with
M.P. Asks Separate
Smokers From
Noii-Smoktrs
LONDON. April 21
Remove Ban
On Portuguese
Koval Family
LISBON. April 21.
Portugal's National Assembly
'omght unanunou i i
iiiii propoatng anoUtli i

;mii Portugal
be aboUahed under the lull arc
thoae of :B34 and 1920. :
and the exile of the Portuguese
pretendeTi Don Duarti
Braganza, who has been living in
Switzerland. He is the grandson of
King Michael the Fust, exiled to
Austria in 1834.
Portugalan independent aUrte
atnee the 12th Century, and Brit-
was a monarchy
until 1910. when the Republic was
after a revolution.
Second who died In I9M The sec-
tion
ipproved
by the Corporate Chaml 11
guese Upiht Houaa) nearij i yeai
ago.
Among those iifTected by the bill
are the Pre! Fa Princess
alaria FrancJaca uf Orieana, Bra-
ganza, hii three
ten, and the N
Queen Mother Amelia, who baa
been living at Cht
sailles, since the 1910 revolution,
Renter.
if. b
parate acrommodatum m dining u,v" ejcpanaionial
(B for 15 |-
wvi ihe sai I wei
.Sir William Darling, C
*vt Edlnburuh South, eongralu-
|a< Matt Burton on striking th.-
0* for oi ,ncy
Can Praaa
Soviets Reject
U.S. Claim
Britain will uncompi
reject the SovU
demand lor the wKhdl
British troops from the Trieab
iUc quart-
era here believed I
It wa* Mans, that with the dead-
lock amonr the power* near the
taaaaaanaaaaaal of a Govenwr fr
I.,.si. the presence of allied
troop* in Trie*!*- is In actordaiKP
ratk ihe lulUn Peace tiaatj


an the full
text had been received and itudatd
I
i amenta, who re-
lOtai Reuler.
Soviets Repalrialt'
50U9(NN) Jap
Prisoners
LONDON. Apul 2\
Moscow radio announced to-day
that all Japanese prison.i
in Soviet hands have been repatn-
pi for a group includlni
L4B1 men held I
Other* i" apatriab Included
TORIES CHALLENGE
CRIPPS BUDGET
LONDON, April 21
ipon challenge confronts Britain's Lab mr Gov-
ernment as political opponents of Labour and private
M combine In many barbed attack!
' tiservative Party sp^keaman in London
announced the Party's Intent
Su.ll'c id Cripps budget bo series ol vital ltd In tl
Houaa i i Commons where laboui majority la
only four.
int.i, :...i rdaUi
-
London d
majority vote whtob a
.the wage
in
ang dlfftcultlei
[*nn i
i budget pi'

Pai ty Lead* I Da^ Ii
i
tion aropoaali come to
the Houai
i in. preaa
SPORTS
WINDOW
N ,.ilU
> ""
i in I'u.i .hvlaluK
I .
iind i.rw
or la tour Baluiaa u>>-
tltM with
lh nd i '
Irons Icama nm* vr> sou
aaoMi
Tlw iiti I \IH.I IIVSI.
IM1 N I I.I II Oil.....s
II VMS DAT* ina
..i-i.n 2 Ho,
. y II c A
April 2ft, .ii fi p.m.
-. Haan w<
1 4 3D p.m
i v. nwiw m. sa. .
4 M p m.
H C A .,! |
i.zvvhs Asked To
(Hose Chicago
Consulate
PRAGUE, April 21
The United Btatea Got
who have committed ,. hoalova^
gainal the Chinese people Sin ,>, lo tlose (ft
London. Apni 2\
aoviet Ruaua *
oiarge thai an American B29
r|||_ajrfortreas machine-gunne m*t Ashler ovei Russian lerri-
J2 ind called .. Unlti
[" : to nvmd
aaaoniibiii',
meow Radio broad~aal th.
W repl.
lue lou of an Amarican plane
* the Baltic.
Jw new Soviet note rejected
wunston\ claim for compensa-
||H ground less".
I**** did not know whether
m American plan,- had craahed.
* tttha was so. as th.
Jf>rt stated the.
nth tha Unit) w,,,hi Health Otganisation be-
tcfi sent out a plane to photo- cause the Organisation did not
ffl* Bovtet derencai the note I fulfill its proper purpc-es.
BOM K. ul. i
the capitulation ol tapan, a 'etal
of 510,409 Japan.
...

OflW Lai innountement
day by tl
T- CZECHS WITHDRAW
FROM HEALTH BODY
PRAGUE, April 21
It was ' ineed here
..hosiovakia had
n Chicago, by May 1
The American request was made
ovak note

cloae its InformaUon Service
. ikia
iit todoi
aaid: "Thi
ment must expect that
or Ciiivpt dv HII^RAND eflecUna various a<>pccu of reli -
LOS ANGELES. Apul 21.
I Actress Ingnd IterRman TIM .'ittltudc of the Czethoslovn'.
INCRID BERGMAN TO
mi
be sued foi oellad tli
Doctor husband Pett Unitinl States G
ridHMlUl "n grounds ol mental cruelty, his review Ine scope ol acUviUM I
The Crechoslovak lawyer Isaac Pachl announced | Cieclioslovak eaublishnient..
...n ----- ----------
.,. that ,t had I..
barged Miss I
Bergman with deaerting her hus- I
band "in violation of her vowa."
Beuter.
mtcd States.'
Krulri
Truman Will
Be More
Formal

WASHINGTON. April

lurmal In future. Ihe W

lueeUoni

mi" and whom he repreaenta,
before aaktng hi
About 160
nt: tiif iVorld Press, utuall'
attend Mr Trum
Mi Charlea Roaa White Hotta
Preaa Secretmy. said the rhanga
was "mainly foi
i the Pre and rauld enabae
all to see and heai Reuier.
Truniun
0|)liniisiic
Vlioul War
FORT I oltGIA.
April 21
can UlUtai
that be
'
:
1
hi the woi
maintain

whole
unless we want to do
i
a noing to
I am nn

"
tig uifor-
i.iuter.
SOUTH \I RICA
SEGREG M is

Dongea

l
m can set


AMERICAN DAY AT SEAWELL
Queen Mary Crosses
\tlantie In I Uays
NEW YOltK, April 21.
The llrv i ry" todav
her (aateat
h Atlaatle since tho
ltd 57 mln-
pton, it war
i ra The

\4 II -nt*-r
Sikhs \tleiii|i|
Invasion: "> Killetl
Ml, April ||
Troops and polio tb
the tribe of Sikl1
near Amntsai whl
aside to accommodate
Eight Sikhs were reported killed.
The Sikhs are aatd t^
th modern BUtomgUl
from prepari-fl Minkei
hour attack on one village 30 miles
from Amnt*ar. Whl I

Gam Pre*..
W.P. Wants
EruitCannuifi
In W.I.
Firm, i padnli
Lomx

M.i'. reeli thai i
enough alternaUi
iai in the Weat Indtaa
:
James Giimths
lary, if hi ; < stablisli-
nik fruit aiinlng ractorii
"f nic islands.
Mr Rol
thai he hi ntal oevel-
.-rporatuin might be In-
h a pro}eet
rauble is that so
' Indian Islands are one
Industry aid 'fruit
Mama the obvious field
providing
ployment would, if n
was hull! Up m.
.i
.liable do
cut
Renter.
liig Three Meet
\e.xt Month
N
i the Big




I .tu Foreign Mm-
allnunary
talk- with Brneal Bevin In Lon-
I
Atlantli i'.h t Ciniiu il i
i Renter.
in the greatest commercial trial
the rountry has ever known
and Milne, who ran a
financial enterprise worth 100.-
000.000. had faced 05 charges.
Erleigh was found gnUty
r part of 44 Milne
f 19.
Judge F W Lucas, who. coun-
saeeaora, deUi
the verdict*, refused an applica-
tion by ErMgh'a counael for a

' to prepare a plea asking
lency
ilv built 4ti
>ld Uindon-tom Cambridge grad-
aned forward In the dock.
lus head impatiently.
while Judge V w Lucas passed
teneea
ful Mrs grlelgta aal
' packed with
aronien and husineumen.
. ol them .iss<-
Both .hi leave 10
appeal .vision
igheat tribunal in the Union
d in Africa's
most complicated and expi -
ei 03 charges Hearings
lasted two years. <*i C?50.oe0 and
tilled Ihr records with five milllsn
or'
Exact lines imposed were 05.115
foi Krleigh an.1 E88.810 for Milna,
with the alternative of 33 extra
iiiiMHi Sentences on in-
dividual counts awarded today
totalled 17 years hard labour. b*ri
Lucas said that up to a
total of ten yean the sentences
would he consecutive, the rest
running concurrently, hut this
means there can be no remission
on the ten years for good conduct.
The appeal .. likely lo ba
I in November to wive time
: i huge volun .
and argumanta to be pi
and
ir will \k heard by a bench of

th was found guUty i
' fraud, one
lea Act
lament to make false entry',
n It fraud and
Uve ounti
\ct.
found i.mitv on five
' theft, two of fraud, ono
under the Rlotoua Assemblies Act
of incitement t mak-
"inmit fraud
ind two alternative counta under
Era 1| ind guUty of
28 of the 41 statutory charges
under the Companies Actand
atune guilty of eight.
Revter.
\. t. hiet Anns
\oic ( ntotnted
1 LOU '. April .'I

i to the
i



ilti
tl
UtUM RI
.|er des-
cribed th.
" Renter.
r >^:<
HOLY YEAR HOMAGE
VATICAN CUV April 21.
Pane Plea xn
an official
Vittona Sana) Ian Jose De
Costa Rica I

Krutn
LIE SEEKS TO BREAK
/ \ST-WEST DEADLOCK
pHUl. An.i :ow.
A

p breah
|fhe cas-

.
Argentine V>k*
Frailer lor Loan
PAH,
Argentine authorities have
...
finance her purchaei



BSlgp
"*n of the reaaatage,
sign .Minister
'.MENTIS IN PRISON i
'ormer
onflrmed
K.vtec.
It's \\\e
Tobacco
that counts a


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Qahib falling
H
IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
of thi Service
.Association and othrr guests at
Government House on Thursday
evening.
Arrived by "Gaacogne"
MR. Gabriel RacUt ho ar-
rived on Thursday by tint
"Gascogne". ] on his way to
THnldi will be giv-
ing piano concert. Mr. Rarlct
is a young Frenchman born in
Pan* and has played in mam
concerts in various parts of the
world. In Pans he played at
the Conaervati.:if (it- Mu.hm
'ore cornins; here ha was in
Algiers and also played at tba
Conservatoire de Musique there.
Perhaps during his short stay m
Barbados he might be persuad-
d to stage a concert here
Amphibian Arrive*
Transferred Here
MR S. K Will : I

(ci-ikc ui Igvantti !>.'
Holder's Paintings At
The Museum
A N KXHIHITION of paintings
' j r it- y Holder opens
to-day at the Museum for four
Holder is a nineteen-
ycar-old Trinidadlan. He was edu-
cated at Queen s Royal College,
'.no younger brother ol
Boscoe Holder. He began draw-
ruj and painting at the age of 5,
c age of 15 held his
(1r*t one-man exhibition in Trtni-
-i.ii Among the purchasers of
hU work at this exhibition was
Di Cecil Marque/ of Howard
Ufet age of 18.
completed 0
trail lor the American
base, Waller Field. Last year he
tv Id a joint exhibition of hla
... ik with that ol M
ifrw Holder was partly
ponMble (or the founding of the
nth Art Movement in Trinidad
New Ideas For Floors and Colour
Schemes
Ol the Trinidad
and a member of
taying at th< his brother's troupe of Folk Lore
Dsavosn His favourite painters
are Gaugin. Modlgllant anc
S'lvorubias.
Married On Thursday
a- *
M married to Miss
Gowans of England. The
ARRIVIV; yesterday morn- l
ing at o'clock ) Sea- u w I A from St Klltl
u.Il from ChaKuaramas Naval atiurt visit and
Base in Trinidad was a PBal- (|oU.| |;
5A Amphibian plane. On board iciuar-
werr paaaengers tcr, .,. ,n Trinldl
and aeven new. They were t^,,, lrans.
here on an excursion tour and
were only here .lew hours.
In charge was Commander S.
who has ..... ! '
STp^' SuTa^ Fir.t V,.it to the Tropic. J- ^^?:;
. ^ M.IAI< -*-
M Kail m "* M i two Cam.
Da. *lu> i (nun South Carnl:.,.! who came out to Barbado-
. n-iy w-.-^ducted b, Hi.
H** years and m I :-turned hot. I-cod. Poll
Rodney". TtK Dr. Kirk*oo Did You Spot It? ''j"*0*. ? 2^'Z .morn*v!?
Both D on- 'ha Lady Rodney from St. Vln-
rpltF >ign which waa pictured ^ u a sleno|traih!. CCS* while his bride
X it
Protoyn and u. .,_. ... > <>gne from England
these war* fluently hP* to re,urn "
AHer Five Months
Arm spaod
: iv m Barba
r Taylor ol K

\ I '
FLOORING Ll a problem in
new house* where the floor*
are of concrete, due to present
restrictions on wood flooring.
Asphalt tiles, as a substitute for
linoleum, are suitable for any
room. They are reasonably warm.
easy to keep clean, and are
obtainable in a pleasing range of
colours and design*
A jointle** flooring of wood and
rubber not affected by heat,
fireproof, dustasss and heat-resis-
ting, and is also available in ;i
wide range of colours either
plain, mottled or in a feather
design,
Colour Dictmmmry
HOME co lour-scheming is sim-
plified by the first Dictionary
of Colours for Interior Decora-
tion Produced by the Brit sh
Colour Council, it contains 378
sample colours, shown on matt
and shiny paint surfaces, with
matching samples of pile carpet.
The dictionary will be ol par-
ticular interest to architects and
interior designers, and also to
people planning their homes
Several of the big stores have enough for horn
already ordered copies for their
interior decoration departments
//ic.r/w/uir*' Lu.ru rim
tpUR the Linen < tipbaard
if your linen is not ui
By PamHu Blake
Far the Gardes, nosUlgu
gifts to friends abroad are English
strawberry* plants which can be
sent to any part ot the world
scaled dry in a special new
wrapping material
Far Use Wine Capbee.nl.No
that good wirus are cheep
entertaining,
important to know what
serve, when, how and with wh
also how to choose, buy and keep
your bottles.
A little booklet. Fine Drinking;,
can be sent free to any reader
who would like a copy and sends
PsMB&V
.ng m the heart of P
has an atmosphere all its own.
It is the first thin? 'list strikes
you as you enterthe cathedral-
like calm, the peace....
phere. The chambers were de-1
signed pnmarly for study':.*, an
animals, women and children
were not allowed.
Today there is still a ban on
animals and children, but many
women live there.
Television an noun i
Malcolm's home is half-hidden tv
daffodils The small garden t.
full of them, so are the window i
boxes.
Books are evervwhrr.^
line the walls on both sides of
the fireplace in the lounge The".
are piled high on her hurtsne*
enormous writing desk by the bay
windows. .
Moat outstanding tern in in*.
bedroom is a beautiful patchwork.
quilt of muted pinks IW,JJU"
made by village schoolchildren
and picked up for ,0r g
AQt.Vrif ItrBCrVEMA Members (Hi dc
MATINEE: Today at 5 p.m. *-.
ROYAL Worthings
To-afcy 1 '~< ronlinuini
MOM PrnaHiU
"*"" "'""?"> K-autiYuW. J .VandmoVnerV aTfcl'
",.'" "!Z "" jou can .till have it initiallrt uul .. ., ,.. ,. _
- monogrammed quile reuonably Other Proplr, Horn-
The shop thai docs this stocks the T*UILT for Lord Melbourne in
Queens Elisabeth and Mary ship D 1770 and converted into
shops with fine linens which sell bachelor chambers in 1600. The
out on each dollar trip Albany, a stately Regency build-
ived
i Gas-
Returns After Short Visit
\*RS. MARJE OLAJSHXa wife

almost peif-
'iv sel-

days
M
Opens This Evening
' : Hotel
Of W'.l'
have

n st
M
For Oil Discussiona
the ll
Lawrence Cap ,.. .,,
Cable B W.I.A .

meml..
bstht'i i They
b
Whil

with the drill
UW Ocean
of Supt Eric Glaishcr M
the Trinidad Police Force who
has been in Barbados for a few
Gays' holiday returned to Trini-
dad yesterday by B.W.l.A She


i .
... an porl
w
Amateur Painter
v i HOVOARO, wti
New York City
arrived fl I rs bm I i
via Trim- hate for an
b Si James
Her husband,
of Am-
luhhhmg firm
bad .< box ol paints, she Is j
i*> Though
t to Hnrbados
M"

Edlhiii
Yesterday at the CUlb there
' '-ktuil Party
rriendj and
Left for U.S.

M"
\|iss
lit. k
I i E


Once Lived Here
It f.KORGE RODDAM .1
tba COsOPlal DfVflupinei t
.. lakfldj in

lontba sa arrivad yesterdty
I II W 1 A Hu
IVrl-of-S;
.' .
I
'' ' i and la s
Da ol Santa N t tha Ma ma Hotel Ho told
t

OuU Oil I "- sai
Went To School Here
Miss Ensjrid Jolnsaoa who is
.m U i


Ran Into Storm
A.
ment I


m into
Joseph Hun.
tow
To Be Married Shortly

I ilka n war) muen
i;. Lanu -is"! ba lr*
Keen On Hockey
\ and i
Hi Maj inoa In
\h i'i..
..-v carrying |
.
I .
> ':*-

BY THE WAY sy uachcomh*
N
o
i
given
,ho
M.

the the
film riwuins for //(.-(>.-
Fll M producers and exhiLttor*
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brtasj
its, at the lop of her mouth, as tti
heart- the
peeial film
:

' III.,1,1,141,1 I.IHlf
tii.u-lookin .


. opla srould f>'<:
I


told It la dean and
... ..
Iha right aori
Bupahraa between two
oaf \ 9*
I pi. tlial tfu i
but will will i

i tduce th<
,:.il add
......
i.ihlxi'-
UEHE IT MS!
TROPICAL SUITING
54 inches wide
$3.23
JiST 1H*IXHt AT_____
EVANS and WHITFIELDS.
Single MfffSi apoa-
orda art- all limls.
(HVPTOtilOTEHire's how to no'k .t:
IXfILIAaXI
I. LONOrELLO*
One leller aimply .lan.la for another In Ihla example A la I
lor the three /.. X f.-l Ihe tn 0a i
he length anil formation of
Each day the code letlei* are different
A Cryptogram quotation
XTD WORT flFDIJ RFBR OND XZYD
ZO RFDZN TXO DCDV'-ZYBZBF
( aagaHli EVERY COOD GIFT AND EVERY
PERFECT GIFT IS FROM ABOVE-EPISTLE OF JAMES.
Ought
ig Jam*. BgABOM-fcrbM-
(lgpOg-ltoeei "YAK
r..... ufanimiN
EMPIRE
mmmwmi$tflS/
TONIGHT to Toeaday Nigh. . I' -g
T1IK TIME. THE PLACE AND THE lilRI."
in Technicolor
Stattlng. DENNIS MORGAN JACK CARSON JaiM
AGE MAR THA VICKERS with CARMEN CAVaCS
__gC
YourTo^uTarC'inemii . .
THE PLAZA
proudly present,
Saturday 22 Sunday 23 5 & 8.38 a*
oan
CRAWFORD
CROSSWORD
jrpr
PAKKING BAN HURTS
WORK1NGHAM. Berkshire,
England.
SiiKe .i no-parkl:ig order has
been enforced In the main shop-
ping street. Uwtanten complain
they have lost 25 per cent ol their
___
:
rt
P
Issjass
13'
wn. K. Od* ol (he U.8. that will pro-
via nut. (4i
ui. Tim luui iron. raid. (5i
11. Bistcriui *itaK>*tiiia. it* uwn reat-
iiil ti
Id. atie'a. iwia aootl lor raw
rupee*. (4i
I* K;[ i.r a I'.I. Irntructor to
crt. Ui
IS. A* ions as ns ramalna tms nta
cumiiiiMeioi, u wiunmia. td'
16 su|tiis>ii.' oi tiitti itimlly. <3
IV. Why immi territory beld by *
dune or tiuctiew. 4i
IV. Ancieiu SOOtS UM l!,l mui* - *
weapon. >
(3f
.'I A. ihe H ui hour, mi
H. One who ! kimlou* to isaro all
as aan
Down
. u' you
dnti.' i
I. ir,__
one tritvl. thu*. i?)
a. Troy alwny-i htm tt i5i
7. Profld*. the ciop I ua. (3. *>
a To taae bun*.
touu ueed thia-la Nur c*r. 6)
ia In trmvp; u ha i put i
17. Sort ol ur.itu to uiAKe eoDbliui
!. Whl -iiine ll tresU-
J. Touil rind .ou'H tiov* lo i
what tnn
, Veres ol modern mm-. j(
UHW
I



Openina
To-iiiithl
CASUARINA
CLUB
ATTEKT HOl'U
ST LAVYBENCE
I'i-.u. iii.'s begin at
6 ll.lll.
and continue throughout
the night
e
DINNER
SUPPER
DANCING
and for late celebrators
BREAKFAST
Reservation* (or dinner
only Phone MM
ADMISSION ::: 3/-
Ouen all day to-morrow
Sea-bathing. Lunche.s.
Teas. Snaks.
IO-MI.1II
DINE AND DANCE
AT
CLUB MORGAN
THE HIST INDUS MOM PIIPILAK NIGHT HUB.
Continuou* Entertainment throughout the Night
far riesaa Dial 4N0 far leaervaliona
Some Items you will need during
the Crop Season.
BUSINESS HOURS- MON. FRIDAY: a. 4 ... SATURDArS 9.00 12.30 .
PAIeM COLLARS
sHUVELS
ITTLASStS
BASS BROOMS
JlTft SEWING TWTNES gl>
e STENCIL INK A BBl'SHIS
(k "CLENBOIG" FIRE BRU K-
STEAM riPE at FITTING*
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
" I alwayi uie LugToilel Soap It'i
thtilling the \.ay it ijiveg tkiti frail
new lovclinm! I cover
generously with its rich .uper-crr.nn\
Uthcr. working ii in gently Inn
thoroughly. Then I rinse with warm
wratcr, and splash on cold. Grvejwr
skin this genue beautil'ying care!
You'll find Lux Toilet Soap leases it
fragr anth/softer, vmoothcr-li.
TOILET SOAP
AAORANT WHITi


T
..rTRPAV. APBIL U.
192U
UAUBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
Conditions in the Eastern
Caribbean and the Guianas
By T. G. MAJOK
Cna:Han Trade Commissioner
, "fOfttlGN TRADE' April 15, 1950
anticipated it "as settling the sugar problem
* 'ULi ax months lor the created much unreal u vincncv I
* *.....ation ol terllng. In the prws, leglslatui
*SJS mttKohw ol the East- in
ol banc
foods
t.niisliC.uiana
British Guiana extremely
rains in January and Feb-
ruary further complicated mat-
etured (ood, im The coastal lands wan
m^L restrictions l,av0 pr(" 'subjected to torrential
'"importers from seeking pours with which the dl
*oc*t s ri" ;i; re unobl<> to cope. As
I^b countries when CUT- result thousaim
Pwticd I" rlerUng. Al lhl-' H>dl tot
sterling sources poultry wen crowing
nHU IW"1' ',;r'h "aWtabts ;"'d other a
Jrfmine eo$u but not ad road tram
. .
IKS in the conservation dams
.*TT these I which n-.it.ht have produce
.been greatest in those ,,i foods
Jd.tation suppl*
ction> of tlM" uub',c rushed from Tr.
I
:i
-Waers Lag made.
n.v ipeaklng waathar

to crop growth in the
)
ing o( the sugar CTO)
ing and good yields art
pated although ihe
, mju begin ' m
there has been
! The f"11 *'""':; "' devo!"
.clayed by the
crops of 19*9 w'llcl1 ',lacC(l
irrigation an.:
tnricalion uh

> is a proponed 420 n
M
' Ti inioad.
The water supply ol
also is the subject of recent activ-
ity In British Guiana.
ni.ii Davalopnai t 1
British Government body, is put-
ting into operation a very exten-
Kploftatiori
"f the timber resources of the
Bartica triangle juat above ih
head of navigation on
qulbo River.
The tourist season has beer.
settee, particularly in wafWhioa
innulad and l..ha*.
Mid 34, Thomas. Ihe annual
Miilux of tourist*, by Ike roggni
steamship MTM.r. frw 1
.ind the rnited Maaai am ban
augmented hy a number of lux
ur .ruise ship* operated k)
llriluli. Dutch. \iiirn...ii ,
other lines. Barhados bi | ml
alaff ha* ben.-i.tted b)
u^uution of direct 11
da Airline* Hunts (r.m Mom
In al rla saaniaaa tad h>> atrei
niiM from Wneiucla IIr
ccolli British Wed 1
wan lu* sssurted Sathai la sttaa
which should lawn ift
of tourists from the I'm tee
States.
MSCKLENBUROH SQUARE PROJECTAn ..rust's drawing ol the d ,-... Lcmdon, at
hide for food parcels from overseas. Financed by the Lord Mayors National Thanksgiving Fund, the bin'.
..ud United States Students. On the loft is the proposed 800,000 bulldlnf '.or married and women students It is
north side of the Square when the bomb damaged houses now standing than lave been demolished, tin the right is
win look when reconstructed to accommodate men itadanta.
Risefl In Canadian
Eagle Oil kraal
LONDON, April 21.
.n the Lon-
don Stock exchange have shown
that market operators are content
to lea\. MM to their
own devices whilst full import of
United Kingdom budget proposals
is being assessed.
was a trash upset in
1 da, following the ad-
dition ol two more sterling loans
to *he redemption list.
Sharp rises in Canadian Eagle
, lovided tho feature of the
oil section. Other oils were mostly
hesitant
Lcopoldina railway prior charge
were Arm In the rail section but
d the utilities eased on
protit-taking on recent issues.
celling of South African
gold shares continued today and
the market was dull. Confidence
still remains to be restored in this
ind potential buyers are
holding -Keuter.
Plan For Students
Centre Criticised
In England
3h in the
and stimulate-
prc-Chrislmi.i
At the same III
ba t>
I pvermnen's
at price increases until new
mported. in ad''
"Guardian" suggests it would ha
wiser to bring other univers'ties
tMna .Hid enable nver-
saai students to go also to Bristol
or Manchester or Mn iiungliain l>\
assisting
increase their hostel accommotui-
Hon.

formidable An attempt to
Frank Kewson-
Smitti..... i London
H to "The
ba point of \ '
wet weather which contlm
into the dry aeo
cutttng and may tfleel tb 1 n
tho tnothei couiiuies have '"
to British Guiana, the rainfall I (ovarm
In Trinidad has ,,, .
rvy and there h I some danii
Cocoa
lllddization o( basic food- lye,n* so1" -' I"1
riTcotitinued m some in- above average, mostly 10 the UK retail shops. The pace <>f the re-
' ubly in Trinidad where ',u wropa. Trinidad has had an strictrva measun- ,.
t lawted c<''='1 "' Canadian excallant besjraung
which hits h yejgr
SmmI sarveys made by busl- Kingdom to be no immediate pru -,
,.niiiUoiL<, indicate thai ; ersal of the In
T"-------------------- also has shared
h arirp increases mnsine fUao "* warea in the boom In um are taken to increase the
S w ''5 i"r "'Ml- '" I;u,lv r*c*1 w'tn sules vhic,ly ,0 nat<1 currency aJaosaneati
a*, ihe middle of Ihe year. Europe, smallei
J, I urak paasee bad thai Zealand, The choice In the
rnmmKlil> Brieea are au- markel for nutmeg
irA h> 1 HUher freighl rale* from ''' iv octlva but iictions be ee 1
gaWm lurepe the British tales, n-latively low. The banana in- export
iMBeminean and the AnU- dustry in Domini
isnnounrwl earlv in >lar. Ii '
aasrtli eonlribulr to rising "lt6 g^oing to the sterling and associat. 1
f United Kingdom and Europ" at 1 ; ''"
Tun h 10 commodity prices, satisfactory puces. The near n eardtoad sa
oat of travel by ah and s< 0 rainfall resulted In losses ol stor- tion countries, such as -1
d posts I i'"11 '""'/'
iBTrtfiio,. Mlh IVderalinn Kcporl
KVBall island- -"" bave irKreat-
hw and lubricati al a I > the ditncuUles rd poultry and ] the poetical Held the publi-
nobile sen.
ibuted to the up
I 1 on 1 Our London Correspondent)
LONDON.
. vcr a question on which the to Innii
e would wish to be solidly united. It is ihe ^nsiaatjo eagregatlon" critiolarn
Pund sponsored by the Urd Mayor,of Lor- T'JSOt frl'Th's
ol the generosity to Britain during war- CIU
*. the Commonwealth and of the Uniua
tunity for contact with their
I .^f grati- lenburgn Ung faUowi there than they would
...in How and have red lodgings. He
.-t Russel Square to the Lon- also denies that the bee
n 0011 Unhn Ungs la Maeklenhui
Malet Street. Into .1 post-
ti;i. graduate
,. v. ., bourhood n is eon- pi n fact, imprwed
.iuenncally ideal. It is by the '1
tha close to 1/indon University, the BJ
....,, _. ,,.,. British Muaaurn, the Inns od Cousi any case bstdrj
d tl teaching bospltsls. < namy ictto.
are about ten years or s
where it is 200 men in residence at I,on-
bllih the cultural do" House, Their average
stay there is 2 years. They
pay between :i( to 4 guineas a
Ing on whether
or not ihey share a bad
Besides dormr
Mouse has common rooms, a
dining hall that would do
Cam-
bridge collage, and a good
small library
and edu re for the
1

1 tkdoa but through-
K.-uli-riU i.f Merklrnbureli
Square, expecting to be displaced
pares aasUfta the Idea of the
Benin being then, reople in the
1 I
for the b) U
Frank 1 egret toil it "as
to displace about forty families
In Mewkkri <. but he
said that cMi- efforl would l>e


The Dominions Students' Trust
also denle ,
1 "Work
The general idea of 'i idled sites
Province* natfskan why the tlihtlll^
..I Uunasslvlng ahaadd ., ._
ihe Capital. There
it the stu- In
should enjoy the sort "I
orponte life they might expect Mid
space in the press h
.
Pressure u \
t gg
x already hi
rut such Increases has been
...... whai
h general warn ahaw dsainw |(l ,,,.t ]M (,,1(. nf ,ne inrffPr resi^ bomb" ebullt they
(Ma 01 the cihiinetiii sd las square, (ieiitiol univeniUas. But they will wlU ],<- >ta and the
wsdsh provldn one of the bent Uva logethar, the crlO
anasplss "i OaaiglH arehiteeture segregation from their fellow
in InaWI, and is eerUinly the -ludenls in thht 0OU
maat completely unaltered exam- latter point that ha- rSeagffad
pie of iU period. most serious SttSgfUon in the
British Press.
1 ol couraa,
i the fund. SechiMon
in a letter to "The Times" last
re controversial, week. Dr. S. w. Jeger. Socialis;
Iest summed up In If.P, for Mot bom and St. l'an-
astai rSS South, argued that it was
OB. the subject not in the interests of the students
self government ;diho,'V I. ne clnr, thrrnseKe. -to be co
tloo Of higher .-gg M fedennion of theBi.
an theout-
' standing fi the period
nine ln U" under review. This report recom-
n Ti. InfMMk. menrl^ the establishment of a
un llK '"'"*'* federal government with
. ... 1 on 1 wh
strucUoa, both private ..1 H Australian C
is becoming increasingly active constitutes
['building of the burnt out
seclusion among their own knd"
anarltmh.. ish Gui Th(. Man.h^te. Guardun" in
w.LB.......1 "r;;;,/;.,. r*j-j* 1(ldl;-I: ;-;
(oupled with this report .t- ( ^ Colonial students
P-twn*' ' u ,,^e. iWdSua rt rwuld live on easy and Ultimate
repres. looking towards a mullet -Aith the voung people of
tt -Mures- this countrv. The American stu-
quntities about '_or1 these reports ... (,,.Mri. w|](in ,|u to
than the w.m Indian pro- Port-ol isflando, submitted to the various colonial U| ^ w.th Ameri-
anregarde,! j the minimum Ikdc and botUi ..... ^ (|j. ^ t0 ^ lr,..lU%1 u a .
nary tor m [,iri(|oi! crvtaion lor ha
BaWtry as the 1 of tht Trinidad .i.e Eastern Liinb- )h.
il aconotn Other adverse criticisms have
was ad, A number
lei klenbuigh Squaremust
' 1
in Meeklenburgn SqUMS. We
Of the 40
families who will ba Ul
\ Memorilll
build a permanent memorial"
rays nrigndu-r I C PSppar.
Secretary of the
Thanksgiving Fund and the man

A coffee hit!
.- federation proposals hi
but the W favourable except
,: by political extensive plsflll fi
p thsn comnuit i;.i repn 1 and mineral re-
nt* local legislatures ha end of agriculture an
1 to the com Jerway. Various gov-
Uc-tocial an the prob- emment authorities have an-
have be
sag at the
thi
. tind was so imposingly in one small area in "monastic Mw^0uI*lVS4,u''r',\,- ,, the-*
plan, rocjualon among their own ktod- J
lx-.'n given wide
national expression

i.niveriitiea In
of the country, in his opinion.
would be to '
the value otf the pgl

More than 400.000 was
in ihe 24

.'aiung <>n
the thousands
1

...It's the improved
Chase and Sanborn I
Mrrc word. ..n't (kicribe it. You'll luve lo tatte
v i when you Uftacupofthii HvChaNUd
...nil .-M lain with dtiajstl
You'll agrc with ih1
..ill it, lb
aotv rcaa 'I let .. can
todayvat uu
youi pm u
1v///////,V/,...,..v,v,.,v//,v,v,'AV,v/,-,r../.v.'/,v/.
London and its 111*? Or necmarlly i)e iitsplaml. to mako
In.. 1
data]
nomk solvency if pol.t
dom is ti
egret not having enjoved room lot I
nomic batui of the proi
.'eg,-,., quoU
..1. says
need thlnkl It Mlioual I I" I '"" " '
will nfTrt' : : ' Houae 1 '
ItamaUve
.immodaUon has been offered
.iitcd." he
lid We shall just have to fend
IUn-pot. It is for ourselves". He added: "One
ust con- profeasoi who has lived in the
1 .11 ---------------
,.1 .,. tinned out
Quiet DigjaUS*
OForO
ENHANCING
YOUR BEAUTY
IS YOUR FIRST
DUTY
Ba sure to visit the beauty
counter of Collins. Broad Street
where you can select the fam-
ous:
1
LMi sassy
-that nothing In I ing*......
Uung
.
' sts 11 now to be Hudson, 13

Hut when I:.
are now On th<
troasun I ah -
, ! local man
es and archl- to "The Timea": The '.<
I buddings of Meckb n
' m ..... ..holarly


good Job, took a loi
S)eYc?Uvi| C|W/u g;
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS.

^'.-.'^'.'---.'*-,--. :-*-<,'.-.,',-,',,',-.
.V//V/.'*V*W.V,V/,V*V#V*V* .
\n Outline to 1 university
than the grAceless mufti*
.
Hall Trust, plaea*. Araothi
protested against the intenUon to T sl
wn one little house in the.
rporo is to sttucre, called "Elysium", that has
1 rallv regarded as an
..I. in,.-, luidl gem. It was once
? InsUtu- the home of a royal mistress
ording
SO the letter- a ,
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO CHOOSE AMONG
THE MANY BEAUTIFUL
FERGUSON
FABRICS
STOCKED AT YOUR
FAVOURITE STORE.
character, which .
lU'r 11
ma.
rutting
was '.'

CLEMENTS
INDIAN TONIC
for A final criticism strongly
A. Part->f levelled at the ch-
irked the "MoiMnastai f.uaidian" is '" '
tland. wtS
if this sort There i
I
hdded:
"t."
mi
ltlatO. m'.Ii I^Midon, and thil
rag of "Meek- with one university only. The I.N.S.
((Jou save Time and Money
when travelling with
BRITISH m
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS W
You con book your passage through our office
to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost.
faWietered hi Trinidad)
Lower Broad Street 1 Bridgetown I nWasoes
PHONES 45SS Zltt

Nux Voimca, Damiana etc. Indicated in
Em rgy. Muscular Oebiiity, and
A-n londiti
PRICE: li/ A BOTTLE.
We have .
ARRID
DEODORANT
A JAR
Messrs Bookers h'dos, Dru^Stores Lid.
Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings.
IHE STANDARD VANGUARD
Mil I Will S Mil I'lll'll \l! IMIJ.wlllHK.
NOTE THI
Th< 1 in Its class . seats 6 people in comfort.
a> Mom

S> s-.i .advance, in addition
ran better petrol economy
iK-eds.
a> 1 h'-al gears will- "ii all forward gears.
# THt Ul IN ITS CI^SS TODAY.
.odeli at - -
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) Ltd
Phone 4264 Trafaljar Street.


pack m.i
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
9 \ n i:i> I
i*
BARB^j^Am'OOATE
Poik* I w 'fcj UnM c im . mat *i. immi
ViLii I |] \,,.,l |
llliu.i CtTMri
YESTERDAY a courteous policeman was
explaining lo molonsis opposite (he I
and Wireless building in Bridgetown that
cars parked outside this bu
have then, notes poinl I
Nelson.
This newspaper welcomes all
which are aimed at assisting the free (low
ot traffic throughout U*
M can
be confident of full public tup]
idea which will make U
transport, and th the public.
But two incidents connected with this
courteous action of the policcir
special notice.
First, it seems quite fru >!ruct
dnv<:
main roads in order to achicv.
of direction with
only reason for havir.r uniforn
tion would appear to !> which
has already been achif : cars
having no
and finding '
tion from compliance wi*
Secondly
to t!.

be sp:.
nd point is n

police .1
supfr
junction at IVcki-
lown.
A truck !
Ahead
to turn into Deckhw Rot
and v

nothl i
bus .:
from
bUlld :
Btr '
Tin
ma"
comer,
mln
mind
m
Our H. a.l. s Vi :
Touch v ? \Vh>. Kvcn A t.aiiM-
Of Marbles Started A
>l4iss.irr'
UTTA.
I Calcutta lar.e.
t more than a garbace-
fllled rats" run. a cluster of street
i-lay marble*.
Young Ibrahim Khan bounced
Gupta's best alley wtm
a plop rtraigh:
scum of a flooded drain
Ram Lai howled until his father
. i
the *helf of his fruit
Ibrahim by the
hlm's father arr*
. ..bout.
I
from Uw
militant '.nes and
. .

about a marble
.-
ed because they
nd sandal-
II* STtlur* Smith
-the ncene of the
India-Pakistan
ROYAL EXILES
Hill on k..l.ii-
India's badly
death wairant if he compromised
ir or Bengal- or even
tde deadlock.
The Refugee*
CHIEFS of the Mahasabha. in
ace in Calcutta, have
already decided that the best way
r<: Moslem
slaughter to provoke reprisals
against Hindus in Pakistan Ben-
gal. Thi
armed .
Because they believe India
attack Pakistan, Hindus from I r
[an Bengal are swarming ln-
itta at the rate of nearly
fig iheir weight of

the 6,500.000 others who are al-
:.i into a
gigantic slum. I breeding ground
of desperation.
From such a background
cannot seem so terrible a prospect
tn.-m 20,000. but
50.000. Non-communal
independent est.'
*.o only 10.000.
Tn* de.. But the But I did And one bright rav.
t. the homeless, the starving down la the industrial I
ers because they and the diseased in refugee camps Calcuttain Howrahwhere 400
re is only one on both sides are a pretty solid Hindus :<: ::--d in the
is His cash testimony to the distress bifi



War iMlfai-i
THHKK-QI.'ARTERS
tan's and a half of India
i ke*
r

I sat last night in a command
nn Army officer
II
LON
Europe's gold-plated displaced persons are
closely watching tbe Belgian political crisis caused
I Leopold's struggle to return to the
farmer kings, queen
princesses can offer Leopold advice on bom
happy and warm without crown or royal
he concedes defeat sou abdicates.
The one-time rulers "f royal .wuses in the Bal-
kans. Italy, Germany, Spain and Portugal ma>
cast longing looks at their more secure brethren
in Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Greece and
the H^tkerlands.
But -n practically ii cases, and considering r
that the demand for used royalty is poor and thej
market glutted. Europe's deposed aren't faring io-i|
the postwar years.
xampie. 28-year-old fonrn:
of Yugoslavia. When his father. Kinp
Alexander, died Peter was deserted as the "rich-,
D the world.''
- throne in the rise nf the Marshal
' people's democracies." but not all.
of the royal exchequer.
He had enough left for a whirl or two on the
social merry-go-round and now
reportedly is prepared to settle down to life with
a purpose.
Peter, his wife, the former Princess Alexandra
uf Greece, and their live-year-old son ..r.- .--flopping
for a House in or near London. Already m Lon-
don residence are his mother. Queen Marie, and his
brothers. Tomislav and Andrea.
An erstwhile neighbour of Peters. King Zog
of Albania, is going through a lot of the same
otions as before Mussolini, and *'
Communists, took over in his country- But Zog":
a
D.v.scoTT TO-DAY'S SPECI?..
ft CO.. ltd. at the COLONNAr':
(HaltiM (saga tftaaj
Salad ujiii Maj bb<
aise (large tins)
NEB. Beer (Dutch)
Um-uylJU
si 111
II 'I
.48
n
Take.
ribbons of
- is proud
:o keeping these of them He was a Hind
resent base of operations is a villa in Alexandria.
r <>urs in
ir readiness"
"her.

ngal com-

To death and devastation art
-rtlc blockades of
' the mobs both sides. These have cut off
.ind communica-
buses nost as drastically as if
ho could not pay tha ra already firing
f<>r his betel lines
! "Zt.^x"?^. ,Whl,e at 'hL' to"
f\ ,hal of m and *<** l*^* Moslem,
. "'" lu, English. We are non-
.,re part Liaqat All Khan, are fast becom- communal and we're fighting to
;i one day r*
U
Spiril of N.niif*
H: the old
u pukka

-I the best army in Asia we
have not ...: we
_ great vociferous middle and on the
k';ili Hindus ]owa --. led by fan*'


atad




"tube
Ar:r
I I met
old boy.
indbaga ;.: AV useii

e same
'
tra will be
'"
clamour -.fflcers in
In tha-
uttain New Delhi, too member ^: beat that
egationi from n<> openly
IhJ Nehru would sign'his own .
i* still some
Political .\et%frifil
Uy \\. J. It,
Mar rison On sis Uc^van In
TIm^ Siru^lc^ War Power
I all profes-
few
r the
ruin
and



r nine

gamble would be d tremendous

iventi,
which he judges will not be slow
>l k s Mm HIiiiMlers

tr



Nlr IIII.IUKI M(KKIM)S
n-ment.
-.iating

If I
so to
. .liable.
..
hav* pro\ <
i
.. \m% Iroi:.
froin illness.
the 54-ycar-oId Zog lives the good life [
.all beautiful wife Geraldineonce known
as the "white rose of Hungary"and u
old Prince Leka.
A Ko.t.tl H.Miiin.
jt hand and when the o*a-
time urge gets him Zog can parade arouna
.> number of exotic uniforms thai
the envy of hotel doormen and U.S. A.:
Corps lieu tenants.
Zoif. jL-cord.ng to friends, still dreams of tl^
Mil again ascend the Albanian thi
thar former Balkan emperor who m
demise of his dynasty to the Commum;:
year-old Simeon of Bulgaria, who was proch
1943. following the mysterious u
his father, hang Boris, after a visit to Ado.:
at Berchtesgaden.
Simeon reigned Just a year and then
at of the country via
roothar lonno. H>
Throned in 1946 via Plebescite.
n itnei his mother
$20,000,000 in
rtain how much tbsi
:i: is that Simeon has enough to get
mUl he reaches man's estate and his
muscles are Arm enough for work.
The yuung ex-monarch ha. .a vari-
ously .-taymg at an Italian villa and atl
school in the south of France.
Things have been looking up a bit for
Cmberto of Italy. Counsel for the king an I
members i>f the Italian royal family said during
a court action in Britain a few months ba
kDg money trotl
But Vmoerto, so tlM
good hunk of sterling held in Britain during the
i has been commuting comfortably be-
- nl. Portugal, and *
mrnutaa without hi.-
Jose spends most of her time in Switzerland.
The rest of Europe's royalty bt
sad when mention is made of cx-king Michael
of Romania. The news has been circulating for
some time that young alichaal ha 4 Um
looking for "a job.''
M In ii l*hulot*rMf>bers I :
photographers came to take
bit baby daughter Margan-i.
d tha vhooting be done outsioN
for.-
tSEFtr HOrSEHOtM
MEQUfSMTES
., mi- nd ill VS1 Kl -
BROOMS mi Hit! -Illi
Kl |, i .. -mi KPANI tai RTTANa
nmu ni-ii c otbm
bowls, Minn i'wi.s
OLA88D UU aa CHWAH
rOUSHEg ^"il l" ^"1
WOOD STOVIS .mil (ill. Hill-
WILKINSON & UAV.NKS CO., LTD., Sudtaom
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
Mai u:?, - 4687.
ySSSSSsWSS''''''''''''''1'*'
":>*
SELECT THESE TO-DAY.
IALIAM P***"
AUSTRALIAN PEA .
'. fiERRV JAM
CHIVEKS Cl -
COW U GATL
IX)NIC WATER pa Uot
NUTR1CIA POWDERED
MILK
1 II) tin 112,. :. Hi S2.IIS. "> Mi -I."I
STANSFEL-.. SCOTT & CO.. LTD.
ji that it
i been rlglir
.utrrptetaUon
wa tr boffn
Si.k ABHi Tired

Spurriiiit l*rlner
uound to
ind If very
. rnmental
Intmania
I ;-jnitment
Webb Ji Food
Each leading Mini '
of 'lieir fortunes
_ t^. rise or fall with his. The
So having announced bafor
rtvonst ruction of the
. Ml
'HQUIlt

vcroaa has. to
ent lived
indiscretion" we are
now.'' He is now
,jrring par
r.well, has moved aw
tha he
Mil



real ntment > the Pai
.gain
soar.
'

.hange himself, but
nference was that Michael didn"'.
how modestly the home a.
1 wife Princess Anne of Buxbou-Parma I
and d.i rowded into a (our*
a a house additionally cmwdc-i
presence of three servants.
Since then Michael reportedly has Riovad
Domenico. share the :5th century home of his mother
Helen.
.tier, ex-king Carol, has U
subject of a good deal of speculation but
loved to have a large estate,
ivuu the throne he ha
-siosed of personal pos*e*iH!.
highly-valued stamp collection for cash.
I report, he is in Portugal, with Madam I
Lupescu.
of Spain and Portugal aaan
tarta Nimo, tt-yi
of Bragai -
a dark-haired Brazilian beaut>, and f
has been some talk of par-
Ouarte and his fam;.
Portugal. But moaii.. ,ud hL;
Queen Amelia, live in ease on the pro-
ceeds of family estates granted by the Portuguese)
ent The ageing Quai
rapcjej : i chtaaii
On the Spanish side, the Duke of Bai
nown as Don Juan, has been
England and France, involved In
ft* family inhentance but tietting along

i

irement--
Dr. Dalto:
awvaa ha*.

thl Reserved
rch are fulfilled.

Wilhelm von Hohenzollern
about flat broke.
small villa at Hi
most of his fortune in 1945 through Rus-
aizur* of his estates.
ps a tea shop, sells poster.
lets visitors tour Hohenzoile.

FOR REAL COMFORT
and STYLE
IN
GENTS FOOTWEAR
sn trui to
LOAFERS and MONKS
A FULL
NOW IN
RANGE
STOCK
SEE THEM AT
DA COSTA & Co., LTO
Dry Goods Department
l.i The Hi-am alii Societies Uvt On H ii la Th^ Job
To Uie M
t.i<
i
for a proji
.

duced bj
years ago. Mt
I

csaantnr*
I
I
based on
spring In

island
Ulnawsi ->

isa Ukaae are offtan unn-
.
at U is
probable
of value for :.
I


coat a few
I

' wessts.


ould be a
i the building ( '
Milliun* of \tit~

: .
re for and
troub.eso.-nc and as soon as one
,-ed in the
U morning thev
mt water
.Id me it
iea and it pn
lUruj rid of tha
u -II mem-
had been col
m and now there
t round
da of mine

or otaar*
KRADICATOR

.ippeanng in I


disclose 'i


i
Australia in 195"-
wlll be there in A^
Australia woul
'1M. tttaa AasstralM
. ng to sssaffcaaa) m tke
Lamb Cuts
Bctf Steak
Chickens
Veal Cuts
Mutton Chop
Rabbits Duckhtf
*u
FOR RICH DELICIOUS
ICE CREAM u$e .
AMIIOH FOWBSSfl
>lll K
tyfjfy
rull I'liddiM.**
dcrrd * "*
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*


L1TTIHS wkh* u* Utmri wllk > d-plon but n
een..n.rd b, Ike ndan bui Me*, will be Ignored.
U**l ch re.eh Ike UtUft *mk tut week. nd reader.
e irln rrniiM ml Ule lfll> fr the nrller name to
he know, to Ike Ukc. Ml toe akdrauon. bal an imr-
.e o> coed bulk.
' ir.l Hunter .
rUt I1
'. lh l|
nii'iiii
CWFEI
ie 1 lb
Phone (;OI)|)AKI)S TO-D*


T
nVltBDAV .\I'R11.22. l.-.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Druggist
fees 'Saucer'
1950 Sugar Crop
Put at 145,000 Tons
iO sugar crop ii is estimated.
Civil Service
Conference
Concluded
may be \hv equivalent
;',! hfMS! ",'us" ?""wrl,es ,hc Dl" >>
in nis muntlilv
c0 FA. nwrly all 'h, reports.
S tig Saucers oeing seen,
S IJvM"-*" chr'!< a,urch-
!TS A.hL>. Swan Strec-l
*T?i.i..,vatc" csterday that he _.
R. itat aopeaml to be a Flying ,,JhL*f,'th'r nd''>ni durin?. animals and j-oung stock bor
g-s k, .hough, .was ,he ssMsrsjSfs: r,^-- ? *"~ s^ Hm
52, Olifln. H.U. oppa- '^?"7'"*r ^ Sola ,0 pe"Mnu 'r """* "" """ " Conference re.umed
%%, Church, and after look n ^.n^^^edheavv showers hd "' oW s"*k ""P"1 "' :"^.y. they dealt with the
""""i..'"^ the shminTobiKt " " 5th. 20 an?jut ,orA "utchers mi .,-^on to nand Colonial Re-
^'fi'i CS According to rainfal'returns ...A .....*r to prertd.
THE Federation of Civil Ser-
stoctatton In II*
.iroa. concluded their Fourth Con-
e -t Harrison College yde-
garded ii as a star but
SU"dSco^red that ,1 was shin- rM
JfiJry bright nnd was low in jated
during the
thai junior oflUers who are being
Another Steel Shed
For Queen 9s Park
To Mark lOOtk Exhibition
PLANS are well advanced (or the erection of another steel I
shed at Queen's !Jark The Annual Report of the
tuial Society stales that the Society purchased the steel
shed which recently arrived from the United Kingdom and
that is hoped it will be possible to erect it in time for this
year's exhibition, the Society's hundredth.
Mr.c.L.9
l^-foiloon which" was~illu- month was 2.78 inches, being 1.41 paKl ,or frm January to'March.
.it On the top was a white inches more than thai tor March. 19S0 was 769, as compared with
Vi
Fresh lor your
Pets !
PURINA D(Mi CHOW
PURINA RABBIT (HOW
H Jason Jonas & Co-, Ltd.
iiMrlbutora.
-r - naffarnni 'V " on um --------- ........... muni' ^^ .
* "."iJAi! ihai il was shin- received to date, from nation it- "V" Motions........, u~ onmiirv
B is tyolcal of all rain- mon"l. Thev, .linen, ma) have .in iHiuiri idem, unwilled the a-t a
csembled an average total rainfall for the "Of"." The number of services ^"""n'^?"^"! J"S.;! }7" -.-XpfTI IIIH II1UI
General mcellng of the S
pond
d tail I -.iggeslton "..
for tho Botanical eoniidentlal reports against 10
aauve which gradually past 100 S|ltlr CuK sdllnt, |u. lhi. oflear, BUM Ik- ml to him tor
ihade un The highesMotal fall for March, end or lhe month most of tho ,)ls information and be signed by
"Sf^mcwhat "like .. star, while IM9. and 0 87 Inch in excess ~of a2e for the
Slight at ">e bottom part was Hie average for
pw-deeper
"JfySiby .eels that
* -iu>a c*K'int> S.
1950. was 5 66 inchi
hat peo- at a station in the parish of St
d*wt calling Flying Saucers may Thomas and the lowest wag l, 14
7 tnflaled baloons from some inches, recorded at a station In The
id the parish of St. Philip.
1.11 UWllllg
been polled and nJm before being lorwarded
------ -m----------- ^ ---------.....B.. ii*u i/n-ll lltHivi .lilt
nmw a '.I ie parish of st d0;i wphe* Oowtnmani
Baeaai Year
Scrond
1 restaurant d<


The report ikm ihji ,h-
Imanrrs f ihr Baetat)
healthy sUtr In pHr nrree in some itrm* of
Station For
Trinidad
SeeoIlM Trial.. A siighl -,monrtment to the Rules
"S-SSn" Naval Station. He said the parish of StT PhllTp."""' '" ii^. f,'^? M. V", J'e"n>1 , ,he Asso,.,.,,,,,,
STneiiiaps the Americans may Sugar Cane.The harvestinv of "otnersal and Bowman- increase of lubocrlption was mode.
*" .Voerimcnting with l h ese the cane crop was continued dm "! during the month. After dealing with a'tew othir >"or was $8.970.14.....
Elwos and a few drift away. He Ing the month. According lo in- ''. ^"i1, ,hc Shon S^os0" al application la B5i-M l9''
oomied "ui "" 'h haloons fornuition received, the quahlv of
Er even be controlled from S'a- the mice is now excellent "and ,ns,
at Codrington. Twenty-nine Mk
U '"'''"
doai
were made in all. four of the following officers for the en- Dryton as their new pres
rHI SaCRJJBTARY OF STATF.
- BM nventlv .,[>-
. .
^-- Central Kx peri mental Sta-
Itrndilurr *l ihr tul cxMhUion ^ntaoO near Piarco Alr-
The surplus .it rl, Trinidad, where laboratories
ivin| .t,a oiumodation will
too l-e provided for the Spi
The Society elected Mr C M S,J" "f tn<* l>epartment o( Agn-
some factories report taking less wh'ch werc for ,h^ breeding plots suing period:
Before making

culture. Mr. C. Holman Willlair
>f the ,*''1 A$Tlcultura of
NEAI1-V all businesses in the thaV7 Stons'of cane'to'producoT at G">ve only, and the remain- "~" Jaat > .ingoing ,hat colony told the "Advocato"
City and irs precincls carry ion of sugar With this good re- der lor lurther trial in Barbados ,.*?.r- nfflnan WflUami I Trim- Pre .'. I, Seoly wtI- >cSeV- -
. u show the'nanie of th'e rovery. """Ts now"estima*ed''that '"o other" 'cmtrVbuilni ro'loiire7 'la,a- President; Mr. C. A. Copp'n corned the new Director ol FederaUon of
S but lher is at least one the equivalent of 145,000 tons of Third Year Seedling "Mala. 'Barbados). Pirsi Vice-Presidenl; cult.i Sknf aid n'UL 'c<' Associatioija in lhe
ffi^at No. 121 Roebuck street sugar may be expected Four Third Year Seco",g Trial > "" ,h",krd ?f Jonn S0"" "" ">e ear- S^'V"* "r, *"""m5 ""
SeTcarry no sign The young pl.nTcane crop made ere reaped during he month .-President: Mr. C .11 vices he.had done , ,ha, Ov,^ leJvTce ronf!.tn
Dickson (Jamaica*. Secretarv; mem while in the [>ost of Director 5 J~ 1 J ., Conference
Hiss L Rowlev (firenada), of Agriculture. For thirteen veai* .ondwJ.at. I,arri*>n College
Assistants. |fj i. -_ he said. Dr. Saint had \ ,,* J' -l">ing at "The
i UM ii ior rvcmctn iyvn saiistactortiy. i-i-o. WHsHiin. Tw-i -w-^ nowen (Trinidad). Treasurer. that capacity find liar 5L*.S iHlit o -
A o! Wavell Avenue winded Fe. Crep._There wa- JTsJSSttTLfZ A ,c o[ ,honks WM moved ,0 'lX
^rt enSa,nrs SLr sat sssirR 'S^y^l
I.nates and also to the Gov- operation with the ^portment of w"''Ci,,.B"n"' and *"
tonnage of cone. The results of erning Body of Harrison College Science and Agriculture and some Thill *i
lulce analyses are not yet avail lor allowing the Conference th- 800.000 rats' baits had been so the DepaTment ^f" JESS! "
s.........j.......[........^ata*^-":
And Dblributitw -------------------------- n^,S?a*y_,d,ki,n<* conccntrata ware for Senior Agnct
durtng the month. U.41211 proved
to be outstsjidlng, Kre;it
yielding all
THIS business belongs to Mr. good growth" durjnB the "month Two of these were plam
jbBhall who is a welder and has and the ratoons. in the early har- trials. ,me First Katoon. and one
**2SS?isi 5I iciMih Kinrh V7. J1"?S' m 'nwint verv Second Ratoon Trial.
SEARtH for Kenneth hjnch satisfactorily. i-l-o. wMriii.. iw.i. -n.___
of Wavell Avenue was endad Poad Craa*-Th .. ,n ^ T-n7.^vere^
^Urtay. Kinch was arrested -quate ninly of ground | l
durixis ,np morning by PC. Ken- ions and of some 'market garden'
-ctta Murphy at Hound The Town, crops, particularly yams, sweet
St Peter. Kinch was at his aunt's potatoes, tomatoes and cai
rsidence The sun-ey of locally grown
Later in the day be appeared food erops for the period 1949-
heforc His Worship Mr. E. A. 50. as required under the
HcLeod. City Police Magistrate. Li
m a charge of using threats to
Ports Dean*1 and wai placed on a
tacd o( 1 for mx months.
EDNA HACKETT of Sobers
Lane n-portwl that her rat.-
faBjeewas Woken and entered re-
cadly and ;i quantity ol clothinR
ito the value of $7.96 taken.
r\0CAS BOVELL of Richnunul
U Gap, .' panengei on a mule
drawn cart, along Bai burees Road
it about 355 p.m. on Thursday.
m injured and detained at the
General Hospital.
Involved in the accident were
motor lorry E78. owned by
UttfT* plantations Ltd., and driv-
t by Cecil Griffith uf Checker
HslLSt. Lucy, and the cart, owned
ii Food 1'rodurtion Irnrv) ( onlrol Order. 194?.
No. Ii hn* hpen rompleted
and it i- nio-i Bnttfytni to
note that the arreaxe Hrtaall]
Planted was 917 aere% in P\
ress of that required under
the Order
A meeflnu of the Advisory Com-
i Food Produrlion
was held during lhe month, and it
was decided thai Uw .ureage to
be planted during the 19SU-S1
Crop Year ihould DC ?
that for the past season.
The following fruit ire.
budded durniK the month:
orange 72, u, lime
^tal of 368. Fruit free-
rom Codrington were
U follows:
istt
Kpftruii n,
Letters Of
Administration
Granted
lYiiMin. turicullure
IN THE Court of Ol
Eaa :.^l'r'U^.'T":'' -Chief Judge granted
Ouava n t>w,ai( uxutuiit (i m, fWO petitions for lA'tters
Olstrflmtion of OrnsmenUl Administration.
Plants. Six hundred and forty- The first was of Wlnatm
of difter- Orville Oscar Haynes of No. 2
for 1930
The Society did not COncCntl I
w,'..';fl!m"^."",''"^," '"" VeteriBartanTai
were willing io exiern. Pathologist had been
and w.,s Sue
mentioned that il thev kille.l '
in the country and did notl --* ~
about them In the I MuinvTild ih e r, .
^attSsra.1-''*
SPEC/41
OFFER
IN
DRESS
11 in. CREPE KOMAINE at 82.00yd.
In Blue. Aqua. Grey. Red. Black & While.
18 in. SHEER al 81.20 yd.
In Pink. Nil. Biscuit. Cerise. & Black
HARRISONS
BROAD ST
record tine

raSafor
.miai. an \ n ,w hcmK madc
r. had
Jumairan \ isil being
iid th.it it was a tribute '"
to the island that a datoflal erop was t)
Food cropa.-Good rainfall '"' P^dm wan D-inbutcd. -J1 w Hncigetown. hoiicit-, the Jamaica Agricultural Societ) though u w<
conditions since the beginning ol AffereaUtlon. In addition lo the Jj '-' 4,'P!'s,,u,Jed tonJfyn ', liao vi-iled Barbados to ai ' reason had been
. the year enabled a considerable above, 375 casuarina tree-, ,c liea Gillard they were doing. It was cratll
*^^.?^e?_.?.,_y??r*T?J* amount ol catch roppini J*^ Kv" *S' 1o know l,K
so that green vegetables Moth Borer (tmlrol.
wen- plentiful in March. Peasants March 51,396,400 egg par.t
experienoad some difficulty rririwcrimin,. the i "'*"* ""f
;***!. pin .,, Tb.usday -"? J Sg"
brwren M 1112- EuToStauled The ,. ippaaredfoi
irol b, i; r ...urn .1 Ci.- "V "i ,,,,,, ,, i. , .
Ms Road. Black Rock and SiliSAirlnithl ^Sntk^ mM ""''" '"" '"-''.....'' ' n was that .,1
irr.cn b- Harold (inrnth of the s",; (i,^, I,. S?" *"*?
___j adaress, ami another lorry. cui,"or, ."" Uahllna Michael, hs.nnre. u, the ..: .
XB1. owne,l bj Messrs. John- ,,, vi; ....... j^^-jj '^^-^-y,^::
Inatructed by Meatn v-.n
bmore Rock and driven by Alex-
loder Devonish of the same
address. Devonish was wounded
cebiichin. The carl and harness
I K MiAM also known thing. Much good coul
losephme Cadogan do !,, largo counlr) took
out of a mi Ing dospatchi
Hod and
i fgvi .
-------------.

lended on sugai The C
esassa tg&s
'Lady Vehon"
Due Tomorrow
lock.
Part of the ]ilatform of X S24
wu damaged.
A FEW VENDORS selling
sweets around the City are
tanng precaution against flies, and
dust. Some wen
with their trays covered with
cellophane paper or plastic mate-
nil covering the sweets, while
others air using small glass cases.
ol the interior.
laboratory rearing and held
liberation of the
ierlng rcmarknbly well. l.lx.opliac>. ere maintained
CoWm.ILiim* .uunts of bored
was almost COmplatad by the end joints m whole plant i
of March, and in many instance- continued, and results so fur show
peasants had begun to destroy a satisfactory control over the
their plant;. rne moth borer.
GroundnutsThe demand for nored cane counts and cane rind
groundnuts for planting was ton- hardness measurements ol new
tnued. The supply reserved at varieties were earned out
nnd year Cane Breeding Sta-
1 I-ady Nelson"
ith alarm.
In their tmnsuetions for the lajl from Canada via tin
usual gain- Brit forthem Islandi
ed the full support ol the rnembtra L^ovtng tho
the Petitioner.
Th cntef Judge aim aafriUiUaJ Ij
ptotaata. ih* win. of EdiU. w BuAmv
w.-llci It M Wynne. Allan C P*rkuv
fairlrude Crawforl. Vand.vkc Jonn. Kill-
I'-rbort Gibboiu. Etnel Gft*. EJIwa>-ih
On many occasions authoritlea u\"'- :' ":' trials at Boa
save cntK i In which ^^ .,M -l. *.,..,;., i cuttings of classi-
I
he "Advo- ,iuri,,K lhc monlh:-breadfruit. borer alia. :or pro-
bt nanas. oocoanuta, papawi and pwtKm in h.ntomo-
Mango and pear tree- logloal plots at Codrington.
Counts of DUIra*-.. eg| deposf
OntaBm, ;St. Mlch.W!; Mlnnl. O Me ,... Xq tn,
l*iwd Itowlt. Uwui 1
s.Mttpii.. Jowph N. EdKhlll. iVniAim.
.llw. WceltN. tChriK Churrh
iim Pmvprbtf (9t. Philip'; t.uUu-
Jontm iM. Oaorfkai; Beniaimn E A
Ikr <8I. JMAMI; ROMtU 1. llMttlr
Ma),
ught, the
i-l the Committee. That, he thought Al
wienada
paopla of Barbados looked Guiana
ward to it. v" in A Co .
,.'.,
Owe sweels are ofTered for sale
sad many thought it a "perfect
form" of spreading dii i i i
c*t*' yesterday that they were
Tery glad to see that the vendors Kl
ire taking pnipe
pracautiona.
Lower Wharf, near Messrs.
are now in flower and give prom-
se of fair yields later In the i
l'e*u uid Diseases.- Pest* re- ued at Codrington
In The Court For
Divorce And
Mutrimoniul Causes
l\AWtM.-------------
by building booths and displaying DONKEYS AND COPRA
ihosi wan ok>
:
|
shed was b Ith 'ha-
annual aXp)
-ent lumber to build
for the judges and oth< l
lunch in
work.
A Benelil
:

i .. ...
use to th'
fcCona & Ss WariffliT it "W18"on PMMnU' ^ in M,r,,h Ro0* B*r*r Su"r CtMe
bout 3 00 pan on Thursday'be- lnclude<' sral* 'hsects on fruit and Further evidence ol th* attack by HIS Honour the Chief Judge in
iaaaa motor van owned by Ra- ornamental trees, the cabbago this pest In canellelds was seen the Court lor Divorce and Matri-
dk) Distribution 1 in which was worm. slug*, ng the month. inoiual Causes yesterday, pro-
cnarge of Winston' Goddard ol moth borer. Advice on the control VeseUMe Crap.. The breeding nounced decree nisi tn th.
tacUcy. Christ Church, and a ,f "** P"J* * Kven by ,h(1 of the pupal p: WUbur Hallnian White (Petition- lookwi' foiw
UcjTle owned bv l>eonord Cill of Peasant Agricultural Instructors, ^g^ and cauliflower dOfoUatOl " '' While r*J (,veriiment would
Tudor Street and ..dden by Choa- -l^aaanl Livestock.- Adequate wai connucd. Nine in: "*>-
' "J^^1^^^ ' -"""^ PP-rl. ^al appearwtce. were Mr. At the repast ,
used for u H ,, Wprd instructed by ment he had
laboratory rearing of this para- Hutehinson and Bantleld lor the the Colonial Secretary 01
site, of which 12,440 were bred Petitioner and Mr. E. K. Walcott. matter ll<
Extension Work
Thomas. green fodder were available dur-
carner. handle bar and ing 'he month
bent wheel ul the e\ele 'i
aSl^hi^hi-J^nH^Stk"^ f Five "hu: The total of K c instructed by G. Cw"cUrki' ful and promliod to do every-
DMlK,tlo\>N WAS busv ves- peasant holdings ... -1 ,nwe parasites bred so far is and Co for the Guardian ad lllem tMnfl wlBUn rUS power to assist
D t*rd^^ ni.,-inrC ^Oao gardens were visited by the Peas- H8.730. of ujority appointed to act for and on behalf him because ho thought
lad 5S-keeus couldTe seen nnl Agricultural n have iwen liberated in the Held of the Respondent,
balling around The tempera- March. Thirty-six mango tra ro- The Court ordered th-
ture was Si. degreei In the shade "" 'op-worked. duced parasite have been made I
ad because ol this many laces Now ,nal peasanU are getting far. The numbers of cabbage
looked pink ,ncir land cleared of the ripe cane white butterflies seen this year are
Many pedestrians failed to use cloP' efforts are being made very much less than usual, but
* crossitu; lanes while others wherever advisable to induee- ,no reduction cannot at present
walked in the street instead of on ">*>r* of tnem ' adopt itd to the introduced
*i pavements. nation measures by cultivating liar.
and 12.15 p.m., ***?* *? ?H5^SJ White Fly. Two consignments of
""" Coeclnelllds for control of whU Mr. L K
n coconut and other palms Mesars. Cottle Catford & Co..
Between 12 and 12.15 p.m., lhclr lana on * <'"',"';
opposite Msseii Cave Shepherd Inaiructore have already com-
*rt, 50 pedestrians crossed out menced to lay off the
at the lanes and many had to ttUWOJieOB ts. Work
fcunp out o( the on others will be undertaken ir
pB>E8TRlANS will soon i
* able to make use of the foot- C'ampetltlesui The pn
gtb adjoming the Victoria Bridge, judging of ihc school
work on the footpath continued gardens entered for tin
JuRerday and it is expected to be tition in connection with the An-
*u*bed shortly. nual Exhibition took place during
Another footpath is at present the month.
JJng erected m Trafalgar Square Irrigation Careful < onsidera- were pec"^| Mrch
jaarethe buses formerly parked, tion is being given to a number of sj-rhanieal ^t^w-iiT ftf a r,u
Srasi.ttt!1 bUJ, XS e?us2s !or^T' %?!.%%,,
U,, ;; ""' Colonial Develop..... ,. ,,jr^ p1
u-..u oh, which conUnui h lanuUon.
borne by the Petitioner.
M Judge also gramM
drrrar abaolntr n lhe Milt of M
A. Bradshaw (Petitioner) and W
W Bradshaw (lle-sp..:,
In uiis suit decree nisi wai
.ii March 3. 1950
Mr W W. Raoce K C
1 I MIS \(.ll- Aili... ..1.
Ani 2:. i!s
..il Ivan
eaph Cal-

iMivinii .,
"ii Fi'li 18 lie was
days, or
GEORGE PAYNE'S
is
GOOD COCOA
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
>ut lh.
fin the
oasl ,.t Morgan L< wii
VV4MK1 Ant Impwhw
public buildings, three
buildings and 40 cases
Trinidad.
I
majority
windward
Two

appeared for the Pelitioner
worthwhile
half of the nutnagement statuiK
all the (acts.
Ill* Ihree nsgll a* prentdent
v.j-. Hi- lot cttirillns to the rule-
Another prrddent had to >
elected. Mr IhaiiKed the aasaagl
neiil for Ihf-ir -uoimrl dunui; hkl
term of -.er%ire jiid Ihrn aoaalaV
aled Mr. l>ra>lon a the new
prealdenl.
Mr H
Sei
f i i iv Junior
Vlce-Prei ident
The Hon. (i I). I. P
:i the Committee "f
Iterree abaolale wag also grant-
ui.- off M Miissell
Hassell
ml i
In this suit decree niii was also Managem<
ad on March 3, I960 was appointed
Mr W W. Reece K.C In-
truoted by Mr C. B. Brooks -
Messrs Year-wood & Boyce. ap-
peared for -.tie Petitioner
The C"r nagemciil
M. Drayton, President.
Mr. 1(. I Kitu(. s-
# On rage
New Vlcjir nt ^* M l* f" lome ln from P038*"1 farmei i.angeable base
A J o V ? Cultivator- dcium eawbonW
Ana M. Catherine's riatanco during the month with organk carton hivi
THE Appolnunentl Board met ii.dvaniscd pipe for the extensior. mined on 004
April 2lst and on th< nornini xiitlni h on avail-
J*of the Revd. Canon c. L ' The A^riciillural Stations able phot, aal which
* St. Philip. Rainfall at the Stations was as were analysed by Saint approxi-
m Beresford follows:__ tnately 20 years ago. 35 wate>
if Anguilla. in Tout fr Toul io Tn-i for uw oluble phosphate soil extraction;.
JV-nted Vlca. of St Mark's with Th- *-"* '"
Catherine's
Wthwaite. I.Th .
e D
*bt Re^ |
What's On Today
*"* Table Tenni. Com-
J1 * *he V.MC.A. at
tl,J*^- Houliu B^rd
JM a-m.
SH PJT1
Krnsinnloo
>eemt*,
S-W Mr.
Table Teanl* Ceas-
t th. i m < \ ,i
*..3a
iM Ball al ^ U|M
v. Oaari
Oiovm i at
. aaaa
Ptulipi
] IT
IN
Grs*>
S II
J 1'.'.-'
a as
: AndTB* I
SOS
luMBl
SSS

tsi as?
tion on the Spekker commenced
t'iela. The camber bed culliva-
tion trial at Pine was
It would seem that the June
i ould be cut later this
season If required.
*i> Union Hall was made
lation to investigate into the
.rage rainfall"at each f irrigated land
:or the first three in Barbados. Ten sami
months of the year a *l*d "d non-
fore. 10.75 inches, ss compared irrigated areas,
with only 3 55 inches for the same General. A D.
period la
Cre Hasban'*ry. The han-
1MS-50 car.e crop and atghate" *
aa waa taaora
continued at all Jt
Uaeaaaofe

HERE AT LAST...
indisturbed
...
POND'S
ANGEL FACE
New makr up that goes M without water
in Flattering Shades
HaONZI ANGEIPINK \\<;KI^-TA\VNV \\(.l L
KNIGHTS LTD.
MOTHERS' DAY,
Iltl Itirlhdiiv Inviluliutis. ...
ChlMmt'l Pnrtj ln\ ilutions,
Wediliiii; ( oii:;iuliil;ilioiis, ...
Bgtb] l ii u I alnl, it mns......
I Lenient ( ' ndoltJM I t aids.
i Birlhday and Baby Scales.
SEK THEM AM. AT OIK HANDLRAFT8 DEPAETMEN1 (OlNTIK
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD STB
YOIH HUH BECOMES A I'M HE
IN A
i UM oh
New shipment of
coin III IIIOU
new VAUXHALL
wYvath wucms i raw okmci
these Cars recently Anived
III. IOIHIISV i.VIIAI.i:.


>\Tl l:l>\V. APRIL .1 ijj.

BAKBADOS ADVOCATE

BY CARL ANDERSON
^
*$k
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
f u4/a>Ujt&~
Vkksinh
Hints coto-
TUFFEO NO*t
FKl CLtt*
%H SCCOWOS/ _
Heart Trouble
Caused by High
Blood Pressure
a.a s*ia* y*m .a. fcV*
i*fc>o. ahmaeaa. -vt7"
. (AWO\ .
I In- Riddle of ili<- Red llonia*
"-1M 5-t "
/* wfvt ottc
Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
ding store,. See :hem for yourself.
made by
JOHN white
l*ftth thai cnr. k-r.TT
n KAkM (* mom Mmm u7
flat TW Hf Ton k h44mmE
TB ttt *m
if.' :.--- ... : /"*
I
a
""55
BACKACK
IS YOUR
warning!
PaackaOw iauaaaU* the fir* lip j >u
T-aejele. The l*ii m |W kee",C
WUauMT (H eut oi oreW, menaJ el.7
Ireah Uei tU.., I. ,.., H
aaatla, ... bUe4 m. !. Ur.2
r,f ~"" "v* **n"'" ""
rUU I tfevurt rixnw. Mai ,_*
I..I. h, oWaati a laeaea da> M
0.M-. k-taa, PS. ^ekl, . |B
ot ,.., at*, u. *.. ^
! raw tmel loaba. u rtaandkjJJ
hMjul and ee*i*. Yen leal m ,.,_
f*r !*It a batfla at all dMaipta. _
Dodd's Kidney Wk
-
'
**hich tbey


You can help prevent ^ *J
things 'by caking the *
regularly with I V-rex Ejc U*
.^ not only floirt <
"\^
tiny mu ^^^TJ
to the veini, anJ hring* ** ,
*** *"--
FORT KOI \l <.\ll\.t I III.
Phone 2385 DiiUibutori Phone 4504


UTTRDAY. \PBI1. 21. 1950
c
LASSIFIED ADS.
BARBADOS ADM:
PAGE SIA I \
WUVEK.\MI\i XOTH'KS
xra
DIED
,^r HMttWD EGBKHT
imizIS*UI l I*" ** TtOmitr
"SSL. n~i "-"'"
THANKS
-- V gndwmanrt b( lo thank
J!!, Md In.nd. *l".....'*d *
Ei 7w """ "~ *'*.
'n^^ wmI .vmp-Uilwd wiin u* in our
"STo. Ibck. Oliv Ita-k
IN MEMORIAM
i hUiKf iiemorv "!
SniBna IMS
*C wBo bWd yo *adl) mla- >
It fl>n' anoher vear
M auj *** hoUEB "' lhntl"*i
Tt-aaj"- of '"' *"
,} rnur!.t"-:vl '
Kjldred Rudder and /"'"d"
Ea
M
1I.4.H-K DABCY * *"
*!?'">*-<*> -~ rnuMia rn
Mjhb^ui , ,_ a,.^ -
g""? .md all *****,,
Waff*. 1-W, >m& Mr.
< Clartw. ^ ...
MOAJ OW, .:... ri.;._.. .
fh*^*'^'; **" *wum with miu>
^-*'rl.J",Pho verandah. Tel.
%-i FWrd. on. ,|, Aim f rl~ J
SSSF " C1"" -*. BE
U-MU-Y A SCOTT.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
CHOCOLATE BARS
'"..l.t.ltl.HU ol IJ..VO. AMk.
BKANKEK. TROTMAN A CO.
u*"" mix or mi
H up for le on Thi.r*a.i law wa,
sa,s,ai:11i1 *--
-k, ,o , ,,
D'AKCY A SCOTT
i^2L **?& u*w 9Ur o*tm. S
.________ 15.4 104n
VlAT -At lUy >Unrton, fully fumMltM
l^n* Mill, fully tumWhr-.
.^JU.'L XO ?T,abw "!* " -P-
Bob Ktn c o AlWrnc A*.h:..
__________ ! 4 104n
'"'-I 0M lim huM bm -pan-
33.3 Sft-t.f .n.
IIRAIOVBE on-U MumM,
Cfljrt. bMUml mm balhtn* Fully fm-
n*|d; (our M|r* IUMCCTtOC,
'n*ony_. r.dlo. Apply oppo.il* or
: MM "'JM
Arlklrs it bf Sold at Aurliun K i iimoris mi the
-.nd May. Illill. VIM p.a.
C.OODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED I Mu.lt III!
TRADE ACT Hid4135 | I >
Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY
SHIPPING NOTICES


Bf Wlimn Parftitcd

m V Math win ..
Emmnuel Uww aoii
Smith
Willmiii BmrsMr
l'aul Nolan
JaruH

:t Bottl"-.
1 Botti- -
4 Tin* I ||
- < i III
1 '
> ZollMtl. s.
-w 1L 30 l
- .iiion
nil- ttlllll
Biiluli Guum.1
1 iMM-Jei.k,. W M '..-.. I i

.no. PaoMnfcm
urenl.
1. 1950.
MM 1 ^rhownrr OVMOF
I'K I
Trl 4M7.
MOWTRLAL M-IUlll. v
/AlArfD u\r ihiithi
(M.A.V.Z. LIKF.I
^ DEVON-
IlVr al TrliiHUd from ,\
About mti NU>
ty or Dnvpc" wu -
llllr ,!,.,! IWt, iHihilii
Uxitr. m IMh. Sy**-->. :
*. June Tlh.
*bou| 4Ui July. 1-fcubM...
Th* vmwIi l...
Ciilllari. hwd fiMM. and mw^ c4.n
, C. Mi^W on ihNuak hill. .
ut*m. Bub ~
Met fo

^T_fX*flhar **"* PpLv:-
ri-Vn WITKY A CXJMr'ANY
Alai.la THfUajd
A COOJTA & CO LTD
Annla RailMdoa
(UKH)S St:i/.r:i) \M> I'OKI'KITBD UNDER IMPORTS
& EXPORTS RESTRICTION U !

A iMMiIlful ImpoMnf liuildlnf uva

>nj*ruetod Pully turm.ht-ri oomplet;
nn mini and rutlary Stud*bak*i
< . i( ivquirtnl From May lit (or foui
lo !* montna Tot furthr:
PfrtV lo ownT. phoiK 2TB7 of RX30 alWi
4 p "' io 4 ao-itn
i ok saii:
AUTOMOTIVE
CAJ.-Ur>aanl H h t. Sli
ta>' Tyrw ood No rU0iMibl<
E^rtdwd. Mti >lvla
^' CM. Bind-* *
a h
flU tn* V-0 Miktit b) BOOd
1. Uatil*y. Chaiinnx*. ChMal
or pnam 4108
QUt-Dxil l P*frct 1940 Hn
"rhajuiMl 3 cood t)
Mr Aw i'. A. phon* SSM
p-One Cnryitet Svdaii Car. 11
* -'-
i nooan Car. App'> .
I, c o Cmnu.polHi.ii Oamto.
MM
CAR-M G SporU Model, In good
Mr. new f>ri iint top. Ni
offer refused. Apply Jef-
brun. Phont SiU.
16.4 SO- 6n
CAB-0-* Vauxhall 14 i ,-~m vs..,k-
lar H. P liar... .v Co
Suee; PfcOBa 40*a
IB.4 30-ai
CAJ*~or-- iu;- h ... Mood crwiMr
mnum in axcelki i
0. Ud K 4 SO4n.
W1 Cwtvro'et IVU
l? pamted Api
9L aUehavl 32 4.50-*,.
MOTOR CAR II ;
VMM drivi a.w.1 drivt".
I Mftdliton il
Ptil Mi Althei ; Red & Tor Inn
21 .4.SO '*.
KOTOfl
Mr *, H i' '.i
il Appl> I" II i Hart* Gup
LA.T. Co IB 4 VL-2.1
TKOCK-One in ClMVTtlbM Truck it
M
0: T A r;
1 4 30in
IfCTRICAL
C00URATOB- 7 | ,,.. ennd,-
arbadM Ice co Bay Sire*
M 4 M> W
JKTKIt 010 j..i. ,;;.
t* nrklDC ord.i Telephone S24D
n 4 so in
Uamumhouae Re
Allder, RoehurK
23 4 S0-2i.
* c-'h' orvditioii.
WID fhANOFRa- Ano-hCT W ^'
L
H If. n
|Hi IBCORD I'l.wi i .
"'JS^*'1 ~ 'or H6.00 Dial
n*5o.t,
VtSTOCK
5"*-0],'O Ch.ld.e., f,.,
ntx Vrlfa
ECHANICAL

a 4 n in
^*1
oo Mki
8CELUNE0US
REAL ESTATE
ONI ST..

d, St Thunu.*
V. .ir..*i.1(( and dnuiiJ
^!TwiL.,,hop "nd ***
^.iiu Apply on proniian.
M 4 SO-In
\ I-OHIION oi Cocouu, g*.,. in
Bl I'-iA 300 to. 400 vm. with -p.
Droximalaly J.OOO hearing i-oroauul tre*.
.....n "en. t'nplanlea Mill
''"'-'bio for ru. eocuanuu and bana-
OM tauaudl 7 mii from Ca*r.* on
fiovmunent main road which run* 1',
milea "ik.uIi [iv :.,i1(i BKnlkni houw<
Ittaj Wi fe.-t atarra aaa>t i
novCTfitiiing tprkne ,
i.v..ii.bif from power plant
i MaM
Apply (i I, liAJtrofU)
IfonwQOd
at. j
SO.4.SOf,n
AI'AKTMENTS TM-o
iOartntrnU at Coomb* llouar. White
Park, to an approved tenant Dial 400f
a 4 50 In.
I
iHilruoni*. M...iu>g water In each. One
MM with I bedroom. For
'L-utara dial :ww
"-tf n.
w.wwn

newly constructed Throe Bedroom,
runnina- wain All mod*m i-onvctilencea
C\ruc. fruit t-.. |
Ciailoe. Phone 4430: 8 to 4


- qunrtea acre*. At Derrick

two cor*, aervanU room, %.i.
nd Urav fowl run.
Apply to Unden

lt.ib" for further in font ui (...-
D ide Phone
No. 3W1.
CAUELOT, Chelaaa Road, Mandiiut on
ip 12.1100 -q ft wild wall Cottage
i-ed aallery. drawing room, 3 bedroom*.
each with running water, modern con-
x-enionce*. neve'al fruit trow
' F Cnln "n t -
4 to fi p.m except Sundays. DUI MM.
OjMU, t-ln.
HELP
A TYiMST he 0UI iifllce. make jppli-
citlona b<
Brootd K
- oat Um September ter
to teach Claoaauming

ing to quajifrrallotia and
Uona taitim qualll
. nd aub>ecU :'
r-*Ji the Headmiitreu not
\!..v 3lel. 11 4 SO
"i'NITW AJBttTANT hi
.i, in penon to
w.,rd. Drucaeat and Grocer. M U
hi.or. Chrurt Chuncfe. 21.4 SO-Or-
IIOUHIKBBPBR for Klngole> Club.
Il. .4.H
SAHVATAXMuat have drive.. 11-
be Vitcr onll
22.4.BO-3n
HOUSE 8.

4.M square feet. No
mtm
iiiullv -ri.U
".uarloui More imd
.
i
4 bedroom*,
nig and ili'.i'i: room*, toili-:
I xiil venindah
Electric Itghl. i-owcr ai.il
liutalled thuAighoiit. Itupectlon ->
Plume 220T
. to public

.

. i in jj
II 4 S0-n
I hivr lieen Imtructed
sale that comlort.it..
-'HumeMead*. Ulu.'
eAreot Tt has itetlery. druu
ina rooma. (2i bedroom-
"''
.id for keeping roata. fm-
n.edi.ile pcnrlnn.
Apply to DARCY A
M i

Church BBjra* FoundOtlon School, from
the lit May ISM, lo teach SpanUh and
;cct*
PPCOVld Scale according to
qualitkaUon and eipenance.
n* 'hould be aenl with full
to the Headma-ler not later than 22nd
April.
W II ANTh ';
Sec. to Gov. Body,
Ch. Ch. Boya* Foundation School.
450-7n.
MISCELLANEOUS
Will tha friend who borowed the hook
. i I v Ol rOMURKOK
Irtone kindly return 11*
23 4 SO- 2n

lha BarboUo* Nuipra'

23 4 SO- In.
1'IBI.It **OTHEJ
f n>ry deicrtcllon
r old JeweN. r,ne 9Uear
VKm'iSS'SJF"*
1 .t.f
-I carky^-ot. Engllah rroMto.
,"L ul' 'l Piaiod
+ rJ^rm *" '** I3W-
7 .LTor. 'T PW-pen. limited
__la*or U|j. -j 490_an
^Mntlue* a* U o-nl. per u.
-> OMtorw. St John
.___________a 4.80 3n
"iuSi*111?** A Johnoon'.
U~*w fou.h.1. nwi sm.
^ Co lAd. Brctrtcal Dept
a 4 so- on
, Flannel at I 1 IB per
rd 8TANWAY Store.
a.4.50- 3ii
|r for Sale
at their Office*. Nc: IT. High Street.
. on Friday the ?l-t daj of
Aptll 1000. ..I 2 pm.
A fullv paid up Policy in the iterbj-
Ufe Aamu-ance Society, on
' AT*, aged Tl ro
* MSS at
Preeent Surrender Value ll.lW.W
COTTI.E. rATFORr. A (j'
'
netltlon at our OITce No: IT. High Si
Bridgetown, on Friday the Mth day of
April IM0 m 2 30 p m
three- .toiied mewuaa* or
dwelling hou*e known a>
l(oue> and Ihe land thereto belonging
containing by admearurr-.
t^uarw fe4 or theroabouio altuale a'
Bridgetown.
Inaperlion any day* excepl Sunday*
i npplication on the prenuae*
LhOV partlculBJi,
tlona of Sale, apply to the urdarMgned
rOTTlJ". CATFORD. A CO
"25 *"* *med by obUlning order*
for private Chrlilmaa ("aru.* from
rour friend*. No prorriouo eiperlenc*
necoeaory. Write today for beautiful fre<
Sample Book to Britain'* large*! a no
.i.il.net*. higheet cornmiaalon.
marvailous money making opporiuniiy.
Janaa, WUIlama A Co., Depl 10 Victoria
Work*. Pititon. EUaTiati-' "
Mtf* **r
mm* Oo*. Michael TelaDhone
___________ll.4aV-4r.
" BUUis Z ,, p Tl4
V.JW g*-**- ("" HOI1-..I
* a>arrow. Fhone I1044008
31 4 SO Th
JJ" UPB, HEM:-Half-mc
* ."il-lp,p' *" ,p *
* **AJrjr|g a, co LTD
3S0 t -
I ^QaTWNTm A tart.
^"tot ai .jj an,,; hq^i
If SO- Or
-J TAfcft m Ane>T*fd-aa Plan
13- ** 4 To "an
.et UV for a-> It *
...rnpelitlcn M our OfHce No: IT. Ijirh
icetown. on Friday the Wh
of Aniil ltoo at 2 p m
Dwelling hou*e tformerl*'
__ la-ar'a Houaa of Ooodland Plant*.
with ihe land on which II
'
1,-rrhe. ->r ih.reabOUU
Inapectlon wiy a>y betvotn 10 a m
For further partleulara and Condl-
ona o( Sale, apnlr to the JeT*irne COTTLaV CATFORD A ro
18 4 SO- 'Oh
I.OWT A FOITND
LOST
TICXETS One look ol !i
Surnrnar la*S Ticket-. Serle. _
SSOB Ftndar pleaaae ntum '.
ro. LTD. i AoTvortlung Depenment >
11 4 flO-tn
NOTICE
difficulty ol tender
.-l-iueinent of the Celling
ihe Pariah Church wtihoui Aral run
ing ihe old nr.e, I now call for trnder*
for the removal of the main ceiling of
tl.. Paj.Ui Church.
Tender* will be iOBitewl by me up to
IfjpJ till ItOO"
W. U GOODD4G.
Parochial Treaaurer.
SI. Philip
It I '-> a.
riic Barbados Shipping
i railing (o.. I.lil.
NOTICE I* herwby given that under
Article No ST ol Oka Article* Of A0-
oil:i!ioii f The HabtaN ahippiivf im*
- .
' ilIX-.ISTFJt OF MEMBEHa
will be >loeed a* from that Ml< Apn
1060 lo the 10th May 19a0
By order of th- Board r>(
COLTS U E WI1J :
Seci.
M Itenry SUeet.
Bridgetown
.*. SO 3n
ii huar.l Altaini.i
I Jomfh tad H DMbm
Mfi.slcr il l,miy .li.\
N H
I
tin' i
i baj
, II.t: ft
| Pit
- Pk*j>
.'it, B**nUi
"Tl-'ANT (fr ES'TRV GOODS V\titM 11
iHii I- si( I ION U
M.itk> o| \uLubu>.
T s K Ltd ..
N A C.......
B. (* II......
.IiiliiiH.ni -i Mnnlwnrr
BOWBN No, l ..
I- A M No 8.....
M. 4 Co.......
H A R
I. N. lUrriiiti.i.
H H
N H
in i.i. a aoN ..
i .IKMMOTT ..
BOItNN BAT RUM i 0
N R WILSON ..
a \mv:
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I M I.AIMI.D iiu.iiAia: (MM I. 'Ii Ml
millI SECTION i III
N 'I
\ M
\ H
N M
M Ali.i.li .
I ''IB
I
I I,
I I.
1
1
AlijlllCllMlli
^;ition to ndnir.'
Welfar Fund crfjaTifNl utmmi
10-47.


The salary attached to this pout is :
I mailed ill COIll
will bfl \
\ .
Th, | .
..i.ition with (N
Apiilu.

Mi ApeiL
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Exhibition ol Handwork
There will u
School Teachers at the Easier ViicatK.:
School on Thuila>. ihe lift April. 195U

will be made (or admission.
Applu
Senior tad Junior Clerk in a Ml
loans from the Labour Welfare Fund erMtojd
(Rehabilitation Price Stahiliruli.m Ul
2. Candidates must be in potMtotto
lertillctle of equivalent standard. AppUi
should also have a knowledge of tcct
3 The salary acale of both pus.
long grade in the I^^oal Civil Egtablishu
ol $1,872.00 per annum for Up
the Junior Clerk.
4. These posts are of a tarn]
subject to termination wtU)
5. Applications in wnlmn wiih teitiiiic; .
the Colonial Secretary. Colunij, h
the 28th
For Sale-aaConiJ
MISCELLANEOUS
1 TaTtJCK TYRES--**}
- Auto Tyre Or,
BESt t _'"iiK ^YRX_ .
' Ato Trro Q
I "OFa-tr" WTR-Juat
^ -V.-.-v..,'-
20 (SO Jn
4 SO 3
STETO. TrlODO AND CLAMPA-Twenty
-h rate*! Tie Rod- Each
TT', feet long Mart Thb-ty au 'Sii
Cla-npa Ji x 3 in-
The Above can be earn at BulMlev
Fbcfjory and oftXar. for *an -
.uhmltWd to the Pararhaol Treajaurer of
Ceeonte by the I*. M lt- ^
TWrXD-Oenu Pin St.
double width EUT par . cotawr-
'.roam ______
STANWAT tTOaX.
Lucaa *
LeiTkl Srbaal Nrxl Tfra?
HAVE you conalderaol J*aaraalMn an *
C-rea-r* The Barbadkt* Adh" I
ing for a bright young man to irain
a* a Rub-aWtor Apply ra
ffieua full detaila to the EdIIor Tho
* Reoml Rtreet
r-eOTlCE
PAJU1R or BT. PET1R
WanMd by tha Poor Law Ouardi
fur the Alrraahouae a fully qualified Nur
rapabla at taking charge of Midwifery
faaUry- 064 00 per month
ApplicanU muM praawnl then.wive*
with HU-th Cwrtiacaa* and credential* to
the PMO at hi* real ire rr
St Peter m or before Apr,
10
NOTICE
A E T/.YIXHl calllnr all aajeaiM
who lepreaant flrma aeUinaT dry go hard-wve. eg0*11 **o*1b *--. -
. naanaj up to a hour*
ptoaN aubcnJt aaajapMa and F O B
ta*3Ea*l
Appllcationa are invited for tin |
orHaniiation lo adniinislt" tuiuaing loam, from tin
Fund created under the Sugar Induitry (Hrl,
laUon and Welfare) Act 1947
2. Th* salary scale of this i-.i will bl
t In the Local Civil ***TtabtM < x MB
$1,200.
3 This [*ot is of a Irt'H" <-
nnination with one mi
4 Applications In writing will be raetl
.
In Touch With B*rbados
Count Station
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(Next to Voovlllou". Top Rock)
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now nearing completion.
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Viewing by appointment onli by tDPlylllf to -
UhPH A DEAJLD
IIaid wood AJley raMtM IMS tl MM
19.4.50In.
MlSO\ Al
The publk- are hrraby warnco agi>"i>t
giving credit lo my wife rAR%lTN
(AltTER 'late Holder* aa I do not hoi
in>*rlf laaaonMhto for ha. ot anyone
elaa rontrarttoaj any deb* or debU in
mj i,am* ianlaa by a written orde-
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Hould In-
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PAC.F. EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Empire Defeat
Everton 2-0
ill fans mm Empire defeat twton 2-0. whi
dura it Qui
terdav Ihp oals were scored by Mandeville and Mc
Collm
I he ga
To Shoot
Next Week
nera of the Bar-
,1! Bore Rifle Club are
i
I which will be
. rday, April zeth,
: some vcr\ I


Store for this period Bl
awarded a Spoon.
The tell names of
. ,.iiK with their
,%1i P A W 33
.. p Chaec M M
98 25
H I) Edghill 4.41
V9 08
7 91
Mr II Ni holll !
W A 97 75
T A I *.
r ,,..
U. Q fuel I "-"
i v. 95 91
I rrcn 95.08
9S.16
K s OT.00
K Br*t Seres
'Ulit i>e*t
days pr.i '
tub
HI'S ion
Mr H 99
I! .Jordan N
98
trUull 98
. p A t'seman 97
nth 97
Scottish Champ
Wins Golf
Toiiriinmrnt

i
arlth an


I

1938

11 hon-
ours tl LDlrut the
seeon I 100 with an
aggreiate of 281
round* of .ii and 88

i.. with
an MJ

tlru.ii
llf. ">e gnme ^
r.tested as eaeh side Irie-t
ina man This resulted
t;i me ball being kepi tn the mid-
lome opportunities. Everton ware
almost successful In opening the
ban Empire's custodian
bold .. lob from fhelr
light, but Jordan
the right lull-back i.u
ii, f ;.:i< forwards
i.-, a numb*
Mich were
keeper
t once began to press
vere then
ling, but Everton
were soon one down, when Man-
l!. pUttUlg
th) bill into the nets. This re-
m -kick which was
to Empire. Everton
roughl hard to equalise, but saw
| i their lead when
- ltd heforc time call
rod from ;i penalty
|0 them
. in, Wick-
hr.m. St John. Thorn.
Boxhlll Strode, Cul-
pepper, Arcr* ley.Eday
J.
tl
Mi i. F HarrI
DAMES DRl II
ROVERS 3-0

o yesterday
, third division football
Kensington Again the
Notre Dame players outplayed
I gave Ihem
~core.
'
CM them Picfcwlck
;
hair scoring to the
of the second
aaaful.
v ftl P.C.
aj
I Wlralea*
v M I a and LToe-
V M I A WO :
TWO MEN. sailing 25ft Y*<' IJ9 Kevin O'Riordnn, 84, and
Humphrey Barton, 50. tat of! from the Solent yesterday in a 23ft.
yacht, with New York their destination. They hope to cross the
Atlantic in six weeks. Mr. O'Riordan is an cx-pollccman and Mr.
t>oal designer Their craft, the Vertue 35 was designed hy
him in Lymmton. She weighs five tons and has been strengthened
amldship for the ocean crossing I Express).
IPPEAL JUDGES DISMISS
VSSAULT CHARGE
Their Honouil Ol the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr J W, B, Chenery, yesterday ronflrmed a
Ul l> 1) Moms, Police Magistrate of '.
('" Mi Ui n missed a case which Phyllii nlc
Carthy ol Vim-yam. St. Philip, had brought against Cecil
Jordan <>f the same district alleging that hv h "'. aanulted
Faj a v 29
Their II M N choll said thai he had
* o i 11 H a to look and ;eli hrn
Another Steel
Shed For
Queen's Park
# From pace 5
V*e Pre- C D L
-
C. O. Armstrong. G. R.
|. well. I- H Farmer
umitiec now
I 145 Ordinary Members.
8 Associate Members and one
Honorary Men A
Two new mrrr

W. R rarringtoii
Dray ton will be tl

ir John Saint on Ti
mral Board and Mr :.
.sanls" Loan B
Before electing iheu
tat, Mr Kln|
the outgoing president Mr. Seal
He said that the S< i
grateful to him fur tba
work he had done for them dur-
hree years
i the Soci-
1 el.v for the
: (erred upon him by n
i
i
! ptr-ntere had sail
gal no good results froi
uails but many on the oUtOf hanu
i had told him of good r<
| Tuck t had given bin.
gcstiuiis which would in
0x1 of tha
I next campaign they looked for-
ward to
He said that he had told the
authorities about the inconveni-
ence planters met when lorries
had to be licensed duni.
time. Two days meant much to
the planhi "ht Gov-
L.-nmcnt would Ha tba iviadean of
charging the period to a month
Inished.
IfiU+lud
iKMm Th* Nr
Onhnum 1 SS
fi.B.i. Radii. rrnjjraMf
UTITKfMY ArU . 1SS* .
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| on, Th* UHoruta.
rfoiram Prd S.lS
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CSan :-". tt ""
II 10 p m Se*
, BBC Sroimn
r ,rt AtomWBi ,nMIl
1 IS p m lUdk. N*wi. I
MUcM Blndlnc In Th JUnh 2 *
\>w. 1 IS p m Ham* Nj
n S.lS p.m GUd To Ht*t
Y, = M p m limry Hll G"
0 m Dnc Mimic:
am Spurn torn. The I
IDpm Th D*lly rr.le*. IS p.m
S..nS. FVom Th* how ISO p ra. IM-
m' Cnoic#: SIS pm Pr<*rmm*
P>*df. 3 SB ! m Inierlud*: S p m
M T OS p.m Th* Nw
7 10 p m News Aiioiyw* T IS p m
UMiind Th Nw. J 44 p m UfhJ
M'liir S O* p m Radio N<
IOCS Fmrn Th* Show 9 00 p m
.H> i> -b In Towe
Toiiichl 10 OS p in THe Htw* 10.10
MMM rir.ni Mr
i> m rip* And Drum* 10 SO p m
Think On Thew Thingi. 10 45 pin
: t no p.m
Th* New
Jiunmva A$k$ For
U.S. Athletes
H VOBJC April 21

intrtea for Ann |

tour AtM' .
tra sntad In Panama.
I Northern
Inland, Puerto

ind South Africa
gpeetod ">at IOO athletes
-m^ trips

Reuler
pointing 01
Mi- Cartl

Mr J. S II [>
i

and her witness Wyatt
road near
I ,S. IMau Bone
Jumping
At The Olympic Games

it




rum. r
The Weather
in DAI
sun Up 1 1-411 01
Baa Bats 11 i> in
Moon ilir-i ilio.i! i \pril
25.
I 1.Mill* I II |l III
ill iraJ......
ii in
Ihll KUM
Rainfall 1 irlntton) i
Ina
|U|j mil I,. r-.ln
da>: .! EM
rrmpeialuK HU
rimpnrshn I
Wind Din Uea 1 > 1 1
<3 p.in I i" M
wind \ sJaaMj II adtoa per
Imur
Wummtm I 1" i*M
(3 p.m i nt.MS
BEATEN ON SPLIT
DECISION
1' iK ii \m> MAINS, April II
1

of I
Urn ui iMUlni
oundi hi
0 watohad 111
1 pounds
11 no knot k-downi dur-
Knit. .
/i* Arrive From
Curacao
rhathag vehiile.
along the road. When his car got
oca th-- eantn
tha garage, he told his s il ' prt
into the 1 eama up
lUdad with his cai
Chatged Will.Yht'ft
JOSEPH K1CH
ford's Tenantry was charged be-
E. A.
McLeod with IUM
the property of the Gow
1 -
16
Tile vase wai adjouiaed until)
May 10.
Nichols was alleging th.it it w is
not his negligent
i Mapp's ear.
Then Honours
difficult to com*. tO the
thut the naa^lajanca woa that .11
11! iver.
A H HIV1 N
., K I. M
.. ; ..

. ilh thir-


1
1 11
v* iL.iit. lauroeai I
.
iiu Miita*. iiuOi nuckiiMi. nii oatMii
llL,t-, |..
'
IVtlUd -1-1 will- I
.veil
1
00 the p
Clarke said that Jordan ^ni

Hr. B. K. H
1 oiu t thai Jordan and I
had dlflvra 1

Me Caitb]

1
daughter who
I

did not |0
f > .
1 to

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on Augus*
1 (or 135.60.
Mi u W rb
vithdrawn at close of buHna

Guilt] Of Lolteriiig
ktton i"i if
R tiblp Mi
1 euiit) of \' w
infant to
-1

St I'hilii
.
\
became
X\\v cat
which was eomlni iui ol tha

POST OFFICE NOTICE
New Issue of Postage Stamps.
I) va issue of DO
, .Mil ba placed on sale at all POM
, pictorial uana with the values I
follows1 cent. 'I cents. 3 cents, j
4 cents, 6 cents. 8 etnta, 12 cents, 2* cents, 48 cents. 60 cents. SI 20 ]
and $2.40 The present issue will be
HI April 150.
FOR FIRST DAY COVERS
(1 > Ai- i accom- I
lad by full rarnJttanea will be received at Um O"
Post Office up to 12 noon on Saturday 29th April, pp
than
.-...
to 8 cents.
plala -heel t50 stamps) of the valu.
to M
nps) of the val
I 1 alnt will be sent and must be preserved.
i 1* put up in gaaiad lalivarad
M m... nrom 8.00 a m on pram tat! a il '
ol in* receipt referred to. This adll be detained by the
1 apt should be
i-c affined on the envelopes I the L>e-
.... this) and posted no! later than 4.00 p.m.
nvalopai onn Ik- paaaad through thi operated
machlna wta atnvark them as usual and prim 1:
.be done to the COM of letters
foi reglatrallorj \ ipaclal nceptode will bo provided (or Brat Day
REGISTRATION IN BULK
on envaionaa will ba supplied
m advance wllb nurnbared reftab It and
ied labels The labels will be affixed by the Model to the
m and the address, tl led in 1
Letters duly labelled and beanruj the correct poateaa ..nd rafda-
atpM in duplicate, will be presented at the Regis-
\ : irerifaBBtton the original n
data rtantPttl tnd llgnad will be handed to the applicant and the |
duplicate retained as an office record.

20lh April. 1950
SUGAR null samples
for big markets
They'll Do It Every Time
----- B
WfO SA 0 5-53ERS TALK ALLTHE
TIME? PRESENTS5 =5i3hT NOW
BRUNO THE SIlEM-TONSORIAUST--.
^lent,t4AT s, until he cuts loose
NMTH ThE SCALP VlBRATOR.T-EN hE
GivES OUT WITH THE 3^ DEGREE
i\ Jitinm
Hatlo
<'NNf HOWS THIN6S IN YOUR UNE? S
" pSi'JA HEAR THE ONE-? YANKS
OOP66RS- WHO'S ON FiRST ?
. VNMA1 S OH SECOND? VAT
Raw su^ai bcin^ nude
inplc m the Pon
ofLoodon \nA aq *mm
houses. Thcw nut
caretullv dnun and
marked with ihur bulk
inbutcd. N
but all gi>od> shipped \u
the P.L.A get ti.


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Stocked In Uhllr. l'nM In 1 gallon '< ""J
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laml Gloss equalling Enamel
In Hhilr 4 Crui
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