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T" r^.U'llll. i: %  ^piXYWOOb IS BACKING A £90,000,000 ALL-AMERICA SALES SWOOP M SIIW AIIVi It scare %  Radio and TV. TtMi the impact of Wild West stars fitting industry is a recent Issue t pnper listing already diffident "Hollywood Items" to till M pages. The American small boy now h l : had pyjamas." bearit The Cinema HOME OF THE BRAVE G. B. A deeply moving oiid dramatic — % Home of The Brave"— playing at the Empire Thcportrajs vividly the rcacI Q( • youm. soldiers, and Iho Hsttual spiritual and nJjSis that arc the result [ aoy's intense n ental anguish feeling ol Inferiority. This v. dealing as it does with a US racial problem, I with courage an I dignity Ngfaout and the unemotional a the par' collapses and finds he cannot walk. Hack at the base, he la put in hospital where the arm> psychiatrist, Unding that he oao remember nothing of events on the island, skilfully probes his mind. Together with the atones of the other members of the group, who shared the experiences on the island, the doctor is able to reconstruct the sequence of incidents responsible for his patient's condition. Throughout the Aim, the characterizations of the five men on id ..itfXcellent. Janus Edwards, as the Negro surveyor, onar, but his handling Ol the role of Private Moss is a of sincere and mature acting. His ability tu pofftraj deeply restrained emotion anil his stoical dignity contribute-* greatly to creating a well-rounded, human and sympathetic parThe role of Finch, his childhood friend, as portrayed b> Lloyd Bridges, la warm and :riendly. and completely lacking in any feeling that Moss Is set apart because of his colour. %  lie, as Corporal T .1 Evertttf who has a strong antipathy to Negroes, and shows it possible occasion. Is convincing, and his lack of decency, as shown in hi? Mo** at avary turn, gives his tattoo an uni 1*1 to that %  Bawl Uingo, bard-bittan on the kit sympathetic underneath, grans a wall balanced performance, and it is he, who ultimately convinces Moss that his reactions, in times of stress, are no different from those of his fellow men. Dougl.K the role of the Major, rrspoiiMbililes iteciu'.. Cave a thoughtful and competent performance. Jafl the doctor, was outstanding, and with Rdwaros In Ih l*a amongst the tensest and moat moving in the entire Bun, Thn.ugnout these scenes, the audience is constantly aware of his deep and sincere desire to remove from the mind of his patient, the feeling of racial ferionty and that he is different from other men. that built up throughout the life, and culminate in nil i and physical paralysis. Tl m the part o! M *ii believe in his heart what ho hi baton; told, an A tonal acting. The sellings In "House of The Brave'" are aulhenti duced. and the jungle, wltl Lttng birds an rnoapnare oontrlbutai to ihe tenseness necessary. Iha rauatc • %  ughout, and is nartloularl during the scenes in U Ai I Una, tinttkaani %  modern social problei i at the Brave" afaould arouse its aiuiiei I thinking, ragardlng the %  !ietfin THI; TIMK. Tin: IM.ACI:. AMI THI; t.IRL" The musical tllm "Tlie Tune. The Place, and r .. Hrl .showing at the Aquatic Club. Thi:' is in technicolour and well known screen pan 1 i %  Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day Caoktac, %  MB 'uin your hiih .m and Mower more profusely than if left m grow haphazardly without any proper support. Uut by this it is not meant that .very fresh ttn> trail should be seized upon and confined, but rather that the main shoot* should be guided and lightly tied, and in tramiim the smaller trails, Keinov, %  %  %  \o allow for the %  ant for use in tying up in the gal Many poi %  llougninvillar.i but as a matte ol fact tl climber trains beautiful! > young) to II e Lattice. WSj| to fo and cat %  (Decemb-i %  ll %  Ploaatl to he cut back ill April i Pride ol Barbs I 2 King 4. Croton. 5. Double Coralita. 0 hUb I, Old What other COLD remedydoes ALL this?, CLEARS STUFFY NOSE! SOOTHES SORE THROAT! EASES ACHY CHEST! CALMS RASPY COUGH! lubbcJoiial WHOM | *os OUTsioi Hi, daac, ,„ ream •• %  ip,MC I '5J ',;,l,ni ...KO .. %  f Thi. .ioubU oii> .,|,CI I.MI. llu,IJ!ll U^boIcrMnnowa* I -l"|l No dopM. Dxlltina Jmi lake pi •Undaco tablvia ( mMli and (!*• from Atltiiiu. nrt Hron-hluIn iw %  lo no urn.. ...n Ihouah you m.) 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I'M.I SUNDAY, A r What do you know about ENO? DO YOU KNOW that 2 glass of cooling, refreshing ENO, will correct the effects of overeating and drinking? DO YOU KNOW Ik as gentle laiat i ve action, will freshen you up mentally and :ily? .\jiJ in hotlit M /or lasting freshness Enos Fruit Salt' It's NEW! the ne PARKER : : 7" i he NEW PI NEV. t • Nl %  lNIW\ %  utifi/djmost' / %  Pickitick-Ro vers Defeat Everton 4-3 iM/6/V0n W HAT TEAM should Skipper John Goddard lead Id when the W* • Worcestershire at Worcester on May fi? cal end probably West Indfc i readers have written to ask for m> • i and I shall pose than here for the consideration of all In the first place the letter* which I have received all seem to muell emphasis on a sensational opening performance by the -r to create great interest in the team and so %  not race Main yesterday which was naturally to be eipw., !" favour of Everton. but to ,„,. tag lbs. which he had been r. ,.„,, g^ k-Rovers came back to There a, of course, no complaint about the weight bring £^ fcfia-Ssa^LT UM five letters have Vbowp that they seem to forget that %  r the first game must be selected with some thought for the second game which will be against the pow who in 1948 went nearest to defeating the ail conquering Ai>-' To this end I certainly would not play either Fi I who have both had considerable experience of English I would select Roy Marshall and Jeffrey Stollme. • %  as. r.ITHKK WEEKES <>K WOKKKLI. A LT %  EKKEfl has had experience of English wickets, one ^*might be tempted to play him to strengthen the batting. This might be used in favour of Worrell as well. In this connection we ntU but not both. Gomez I would rest as well and try out all three fast '-.king good care to nurse -low left arm spinner of his tjpe will have to be played in as important u Yorkshire, so I would leave him down and play both spin dard. (. ..re travelling from two gainst Worcestershire but surely Eastbourne tomorrow. Sunday, to each sent in one For Everton. Blades M while for wastes seat* I but he is neithei .. J.-tsan. J^N With ..ds I readily agree at the moment. But the great thh-£ ,'icK-novt-r5. Y.I-11" Wavecrest which one must keep in the ba< while Crone>and WUkcs ma ht l8 lne late developing type. Therefore, in spite o( ^,2" ii two vears and now at Union, it is possible that he Is not** TI • i. %  ..•.-.• -.nil T iii-iti im 'ill nU'.'i I Pickwick-Rovers, PICKWICK -Rovers defended "ho his best form. Both Jetsam and Llgan. on the other hand wff developers. Therefore it is possible that by the end of the ye*,* Viiiiams and Ramadhin with a view to selecting 1 HOI .Kill AsSIM'.UtlOIl Reece was all there. r for o team raised by r S Marriott against Old goal from the screen end and wibi dcvc i opora Therefore it is possioiema. uy me cim or u. ej(tt Dul leh > -.he game only eight minutes old. crPSl wiI1 ^ a creole of a very high standard. Just how high* j boyi of the they found themselves m to wait and see. ^ Dulwich public when Blades, the Everton inside incidentally, my opinion ih.i 1 ^M^>;.!il In .1 high one lQr Ih|s Hc abio had an easier race. But there Is no o, from the wing, but this time, princess Rasiyva will have to be walched carefully for funitg :iin will Ing \o t> boume to rejoin in readiness for the start uj. Monday of their two days match ii.onel Stevens' team. BMMf Barbados Friendly -. to play again against Yoinl I would alsn ind give him a gixi Hia batting should be strong enough without bun, 1.US 8HOUU> BE THE TEAM jld be;— 1.—Goddard, %  tiani. 6.I o.—Sonny 10 —Lance Pierre and 11.—Prior Jones. than if thai %  LOST FIRST MAJOB i. \Ml pBRHAJ %  %  I90 have all bu; %  %  Nas beaten .;s and 198 runs. The 1906 team lost %  FOLLOWING are the remits of man) ,,iayed last week: — :8th Berwick beat jjj—0 out Heeds United beat Penrode steede centred from th engagements and particularly the Derby Trial at Arimi andtht. The Everton forwards made dad Derby. I do not fancy her against the .speed merchants Uh| raid on their opponents Bells and Bowmanston in the Trial Stakes. goal and kept their defence borj Winle 1 am waiting for the A class race ,o %  p | ^ Wavell Kwmsnotlom U get In a few word. bou JJ*" Pj" 'me* nut themselv,.. Union. It *! %  '<.^ one by wheh the me, ,^ Hcht I speak of the large crowds that thronged the < %  '*und| .h the Eajter H' Mr i corner kick from •iima. Ik ""lea*, Wa-teners beat not sau : %  %  . ., and p-_ 9th Westeners oeat EverlQn ^ a^pa ^ u ^ ^^ ^ ( .. Jrooo beat St ManOld Blades sent in a hard low one from s (inR unQCr altogether. In : r aff*n from outsi3e the area, but Hill been going from bud to . %  : mrvilnt el, Otb Rangers W i allow then to pull out ol the nick and once again to estabbi ,,"f' |_J Plckwlck-B %  -> Milan racing; Sped : jil their worth, but | well for the ent ! the Clnbq ;/ their forwards jus: ,.emleam, %  ,nd Advocate drew etrate the Everton defence. ( Lgated BavaraJ improvements and the kmerieaa iab one %  i.--.hwi H "ar|>oss e5 S ion and passed to Wilkein the resuscitation. The-lead^ horse has^bjen''^"'^'oraTn ,, f '. i i h „ hipicw. wide Tin i -nod effort hut where they unearthed old Snm Dogget from to rlae it Ioj .KI JLi. 7 f m n Martimonents to cone. ,. ( Slil ; n i . n xbtJ ^ -i. FIXTURES the W. %  1 Fester %  %  H U-oni .;. I 1 %  -< -'%  '" B"> nod MB8 from Wilkei %  ili;i.lM\ SCORER IND BAC.GAGI MW \t.\IN %  %  Achool in Huvi I .. IN it RCOLON1 \\ CYCU IND ATHI I ( K MEET 1 K took a good I .1 one which R' now took %  who had i i %  .-.hot from ha result of %  ..II the stands and en %  5' M.rkhtfe Lefcree Mr. B. form of the C i hoi < Uentloa h_ %  eta most is the form of Mies Vn She has been ran* for two or three years and I ha ever knowih) lie last ta id enough by winning the til The Gauntlet and '-hen dea ih Pharlaaii Meanwhile c ii mia. who na the othei C .igh the Ids of 1948. do secosi found tin Inning in C Whai %  u him is ssr in id in thrd form of Sw i 'I'day sser l!! "5-SJJ vj Ft nga O. Graew-s Old %  \ s\\ U4NAH-TRANQ1 ll ITi II WIN Alii %  %  %  ..... w %  I II I, III (.INN \X til %  from the wing g ntcd on hb 13 a hard sho 111 not rehash 11 i—2. n is difficult a now fought hard to HdissnV day allowing lee Boy in lbs. But It %  many a raid on their opponents remembered that Ice Boy ma; 'rota Ms goal. Thi ll l M r ,,,1 w h, ., i ear thai na both much better than The Gountart* ConlifTe sent in %  me It was In fact the %  .it then from the uoal while the "keeper" Bright Boy. II", s ( Speaking of the abovfl horses, l mighl BI well no on leaai ,.ked and "?y views on tl, T^H. .!?<. .,—r a rfwii Hare la how I rate them the best Hrown Bssa* ,ON. April 21 half; next beat, Cccaasi* '\ V CS £V ill '" totiafmlherdown the scale) Blu< el; fifth-Bright Boy. PI ^ffi! ^ok the kick ana Rocket; sixth—The Gauntlet and Kll far be* made no mistake. i so far, Fat Inwho 1 fed will bo big I I later on. %  .;; %  at of the restage as rae Mr, J FIRST APPEARANCE ON A U.K. TRACK %  Ebaaao Grand SJ on paitr '. "Sanvina" Wins Scottish Grand Natia %  % %  I %  ling a mile to Pul ':•-.• aasa'a Park Han k i -. an ill the >e,.i round .swimming club. SCOTLAND. April -22 ton's \2 year old GaUerf. Mr. .1 K I. (Hi\er. riding hii carried the top welgMwO won the nine pounds. 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SCNDAY. XPRH B. IM Glasgow Retain Scottish F.A. Cup EAI0OCN MSB SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE THIS WILL BE ENGLAND S BIGGEST SOCCER CROUND cur-r gangan hoMm 01 new retained JJILJS* rA.'Cuji today iJjyb!-!aai **£. hn*r* iwant,MW SPP— air E* 1 lw0 p "~ i-jdnal* %  • v nu-hat ICI-'—'-" -'"' M wn tht star! set ihe paca todav KaSrd worrlad Ibr East F>u* hack and crowed a low ball g^ltndUy doubled down -o "Taaadod into the nat Tfutaaftar Raiitfer*" forward* %  MR tn jret t"n and show*.i many *** mowmenU. IV crowd was over 120.000 ;in I Uwy aw grand football. East Fit ^koweH dlraetnaas in iheir method* ad thraatenad danger at tin* -.. particularly In one spell of the flrit t^if attacking Rangai i>rn bowavar was steady under pressure and they daacrved tu lead by a tfnfl* l dl %  hallttiiia baea of taeir more >ludled forward ( % %  y and sound tuck liny dafanca T%tU tyle of play brougtu reraid addway through the second laUwhan, within the space of two utoutM, Thornton headed two quick goals. Thornton apart from those two efforts kept his line moving with finely judged passes and the Rangers' forwards who have come in for criticism this season showed fin* understanding today. By companion East Fife were a number of uails which did not blend and therein probably lay the reason for a tbrae goals defeat —Renter. PC around ai ctclnunt /' aT .fc Hr pre if ml piutis 'astta* Palace Plan Ground To Hold 120,000 WORLD'S LARGEST STADIL M READ, WITH THREE HUGE DOUBU STANDS Williiigton Wins Amateur Soccer Cup By VERNON MORGAN WEMBLY STADIUM. April 2^. P LANS for the tajaoBaBtiueUon of the Crystal Pal... ball Club's ground at Sethum Park involve the expenditure of nearly half a million pounds and the making of the biggest Bound in England with a capacity <>{ 120.000, says Harold r Architect Mr. CM I Willington Football Club from AHIHA. ol 6 ,, tm oo| four' the mining town in Not England became Amateur Soccer CbamptDns of England for the iirt tint today when they beat then neighbours Bishop Auckland by (our goals to nil In the iliul lie here having led uy three goals at half-time. lh The chan ^ earns oi aether for i ran %  sue since 1MB. An oattmatad :> million fun. will wgtch the gam. through radio sports rapa I There wtU b played in It., S Horlxonle. Pi over a six weeks period. Jucea among foui mpanyini Irawlng of the .,.. pound as H will n pompleto 11 here will be double \ decker stands on tho three sides Chile. Paraau i of the ground th;.i ore now open U.S. Austral • ol tha peasant will I* uncovered terracing. Ihe IdM bwing that this is ihside n t "* l mav be reviaed A crowd of 83,IHKJ watehed the from which the sun and air will r TO two tauu play some of the line.: get u. the pilch and ensure tood K m ^' s ,', C L lo u footbaU SWD ai Wembly. turf "" s en<0 Bishop Auckland, who started Tl in the top left„uvf^?si Ihe favourites had won the hand comi champioQihip atvan times previWhitiHorse Lane. On the right^, outly, beating Willington in injy • after extra time. wWfc tanda .it tax Willington today were faster "' the drawing IF Park Road and more accurate and furthai .... mow took theu^ thanca*. Their uiund Mia rivali did not. Bishop Aucklami The J in :,K lvfl 'oregrou RIO DK i.WKIHO. The world's ... .,. coal .f painl lliis month and will _H pad) I KKTM champiunshipv W h< %  ; ., |{ K (lt] j un( L 4 of lh|S ; year I'ickwuk-Kovers Defeat Ecertan • frem paae 4 n %  'da. fullback I pnaaaN aaag ihe bail i on the outside and raced goalwards to n Heece with a hard tvu their front line kepHovers .lefence \er> busy at this stage but jirt fall-M to penetrate II l'iekwirk-K lie; goal and %  i %  tha final blast i %  '' kwfa Row dinners i.y four goals to three. Hi .i \V nn % %  L r : l %  I low. %  Si Culpepper, Bli k Mwaailuk Roewi inn. Atkinoon. .1 %  APRIL 23 — NO. 116 The Topic of Last Week May hVKeMMMl >n<| the adjoining school grouno OIH' of the obvious advantages of such a stadium Is that it Is an islaiui Mtr and approached enable.: tl to itrensjlhea then v pionahip I slub i" win -i %  for honours was Wolverhamptoa %  tron 4ii rppol, ill io-. and Blackpool, neld to Iran ifChwlsaa. -hare third %  %  Portsmouth after a yo-ti half, but the championi %  rhan Iteid Frog%  kU headed home two valuable eoala. —Reutee. Til IS WEEK'S FOOTBAU "IO-ION I Mon A W i :. Ttiui i K. I.--. ww wtikm SSL? '" s Nvassoh u <*• April % %  April JO :ion vt Kit rope Heals Washington IN. April 22 ropMI] Ainalcur RoxitiK -e victor>niglon "Ooldon i night. —Rrutrr. %  """'. : ul ^'.u'. -it... s until thi I, I,, ..irtiiim, u. >< %  *> ., he SSV iBdlai i arly to %  %  ft, Tha CH %  4 Rio baa —L.E.S. built :i 155.OO0 -.eat Apd iniUion dollar, (or the iddttion lo the huge Paulo the tha fame* win In Porto \levie. Belo Honzonte, also hab been hoilt. \^ 8 getting somePEP VIGOR axii VIM la66 getting it sa% <4£L\ \ wifhftraflflriw^TTiiir ioyt ELSIE Ihe BOROEN SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS O I v M r c wrt,-, .l-IH.t..-. Ill %  %  ''— Aptll St < %  I ••Oft \ -. i %  %  IV. April U Rr.^i !" v, E, r ion 1 BMik ll-.ll IWft ( Cbl :UHI ^^ %¡ ana -i iun.. ;i,.. atrtaai. For MARL. HAND. \I;III \ MOULD, and LIME Dial 4593 Uon'i In jiuixi WIW anuti .. W hMkM -.1I n.t Hii4a> in tha On n^uii uull know MM Ilk> — %  d %  prJi Write Direct tr Ainuil hr Fatherly *#ct-Free You, too, can get to the Top WITH OUR HELP POST ^• n bw (•nranl lo .lay wwn. BISI lolh*i*pw.i b-rt^a^.pi.:. y.o.o-n.(lo.u Ih.tor.t.(" ,n,uul ••'!lht. b. .,o. MI i.,i,o.i. V- .. 1, !" Ml .. .ho„..nii. ol 0 iH. hv OMn h.lpd l 9 M, tol .nd Dro.Dfi.lv IJWlt ff.ur...tb.. .. IK. I.*.,*. C^wond.1... Coll... ,'i; %  / %W? -h..b g.... 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SUNDAY ADVOCATK --r..-.g^-aea. SUNDAY, APKIL 2J. PACE SIX at. .-WAX ^ %  ^ % %  -.m. . %  —. STR MAX BEERBOHM r^SJiiS or attitude by an easy ami M (he seldom drew from I life, but his caricatures arkable). His subjects m the m personalities, posed in situa which bnillantly and ironically express the associations of ibelr activities and characters: Wordsworth in tne Lakeland rain patting a Uttle girl's head, Walt Whitman "Inciting the Bird of Freedom to I soar". Coleridge's table-talk sendI Ing his guests to sleep. W. B. Yeats introducing George Moore to the Queen of the Fairies, and so forth. There are few illustrated books on | the period that he covers that do. rot make use of his capacity to sum up a tendency, a cultural atmosphere, a movement, an age, itself (as in the famous drawings In which the 19th and then the 20th Centuries contemplate the future). As commentaries they are superb—economical, incisive, often devastatingly funny—yet they do not lose an essential respect for the subject: Max remains con.c to hi* bacW Institution* are the legitimate targets of his wit, but he meant he wrote of Radicalism in the early years of the century "A new tyranny will take tne f the old That is ill II l is still alive to warn us, in a style which is itself one of the casualties of out burrying isst, of so much tnat may he irremediably trampled In tne Marc-h of Progress. ,, n ... ^^j .i—tat %  mtHm attst* of Asthma %  • This drear Pretty Food B> Fruru WalMB "And I. who crave no knighthood, shall write no more. I shall write no more. Already 1 feel myself to be a trifle outmoded. I belong to the Beardsley period." That was written more than fifty year* ago—'n 18K5 to be exart; and the man who wrote it Is today Sir Max Beerbohm. living in his villa in Rapallo in an elderly privacy broken only, so far as the world at large knows, by the occasional visit of a British Broadcasting Corporation representative to record some reminiscent radioessay for the new and affectionate pubb..which broadcasting has given him To retire to the Italian Riviera, If not exactly unique even now. Is sufficiently rare In an Englishman of these days to agree with the air of delicately nostalgic distinction which envelops Sir Mas Beerbohm, gentleman and wit. Hor does the success of his rare conVibutions to broadcasting disperse that atmosphere; for It Is the Intimacy ton* food in tempting ways' be found in which his works will Again, "I belong to the Beardspurely fictitious figure of Enoch to encourage our families once fit. his essavs and pastiches and ley period." If that was amusingly Soamcs in Seven Mim—a creation, --win to warn' to eat at home diversions, his single full-length true fiftv years ago, it is so in a yet^as circumstantially alive as a Susie my Uttle girL said tome novel ZuMka Dobsoti and his oaftain sense today. For the busI>cfoe hero—belongs to these Boyesterday 'Your sausage rislong-short stories The Happy Hubanding of his talents, the estabheniian days, in which Max con->les taste nicer than the ones, pocrtfe and The Dreadful Draoot. hshment and maintenance of l tmucd to contribute to the \ellow ue get at Mother Hubbard s oiHau HUl. it is the now somepersonal s tvle in a field dellberBook, the .Sato*, the Chap-Bex* Cafe.' mums, but, you dont mind what neglected category of bellesatcly circumscribed, leaves little ..ml other periodicals of the Urn*, mt saying, mums, I like tfieir lettres. And or the same shelf t 0 be discerned in the way of dcIhey included \ amt v of New thipa better than yours to look would be found, quite congruous vclopment Holbrook Jackson calls lork, whigh Max visited in 1696 : they re prettier Tomorrow 1 ly the published collections of nil Max "the comic spirit of the with his half-brother, the famous b u. v new chip cutter. No care i> drawings and caricatures. In Nineties", and his amalgam of actoi Hi H Ueerbohm Tree, and cmng w outdo me in serving which the impress of his persont\ n -de-ru-cl>irony and witslfulhis touring company. "Frank HarIi>od looking prettier than mine. allty is equally firm. Indeed, the riess has been preserved half-way ru". he wrote, "had engaged me caricatures themselves have a litthrough a new century 'o kick up my heels in the Saturersrv quality, a coffee-house qual. .. aU Kerivu*. Alfred Harmswortn ity in which intellectual attitude*. It * %  In the first number of th%, waa letting tne do likewise in the are satirised pretentiousness exfamous Yellow Hook, in 18W, that Daily Mail (for which he wrote ,i posed, and conversation atimuMax Beerbohm first provided thi rtaCSM from Italy). In Itted comic spirit in A Defence of Coishort, success and It was as the metin. It had b%  %  n incomparable Max" that G. B. It wouid not oe long shell Oxford undergraduate. Shaw introduced him as his sucthei would contain them all. writ;il Merton, having proceeded cessor in the post of Saturday lugs and drawings. Eleven small thither from Charterhouse where /{,•,„ %  „ %  ai-ma critic The epithet Vuumes of papers and D had already been a mildly .lings, though Max has publiclv no means bulky volumes precoi i vd It. of car. ow, at 77, the ness work i-hm. In this (two ''" ""i-f'W Hupocrtte (HM6> is fastidious Hini'-hon of output it steel rind Add-on Whang big best invention: a can be si en that the pose of S3 "f.iiry-tale for tired men" Was not merely a pose. It was In also at about an exquisitely satirised part a characteristic shrinking have IH-CII a good i from volubility and grossnen and Among the inlluemes of the penThe improbabilities of 1 excess. He could admire (but with nd on< DobeM (1911). amusing as they how much reservation the di i;. %  '-ii this qualOsl ed reader can scares [ carlcaturo). Ity The other books are selecthe vitality and "Titanic force" of The I %  and Roaottis lions, carefully revised and, as he Oulda; but "for my own part I titivated", from his considam a dllottante. u .: artiserable periodical output, and thei e There was no false modesty but tlc ,.,-. is a book of Inerarj pUOdiOS, A an intelligent recognition of the 8pcc t HB a \oung m I Christinas Garland (1912). in •cope of his talent? |n as the capdn I92ii to Bohui irhich ara so esaenUal a part graphical mat caricatures. "My gift* an anal] Vn wad muc h an ,. them vary well and discreetly, 1999) a luararj mean between '"" A never straining them; and the re] for woi ;,lv ; suit la that I've made a charming ull :..idany Uttle reputation." As for big era*other Ihc bay must be tl Ing no knighthood, that wa.s Vui. r raltg by "Ape" almost certainly aiooara In 1895. g, . ...f. oidTord In the sum(Carlo IMIegnni. to who-. and when he accepted one in 1939 mcr of '93. and undV I UM Itimu: %  the aeknowlcdgemeut of an uting fuidancs ol the arual Will ''i 1 Ward) l.ik" emini 'in'lui'e liifTeteiit (nun that |{(|hcnsu>iu wag at once Introthem Mux igJUaUy contine* the is which .due.. 1 carieaturial Ukanesa has come in on the wave of pop-|u..*..l. to Lstl Art to the head, the rest of the figuie ular education, whose honours he I ... John being merely indicated m staluie dread M ^. ^ue ZlTSmSro^ Bobtsoae tabki alipped *m the ""—r-T T_T^.^ii M r r3-f On reactupg the swaaarti. assvZiT-s^s--frfSLdTS^^' £ aSIW^iafe ^nTLlra i-jrauUnoo. wtuch cfeote f n.^ii.i Nuld. jp Tammeew latxt *•* %  %  \! ^W Mom now. Nothing 10 inhale, nothing w ^ aag ajasjBj MID mowomis TAKE 1U FAM/LY Food Drink Mmartebt/ CADBURYS FIRST AID Cold Discomforts /llii Seltzer Itins ilnsiit filill Alka-SelUer'suni.iu.' I. imulabring! quick reliel (mm 'he lcv.-rish "nclall-over" (etling and diKomfoili ol a cold. One or two tablets in a glai* o( watei make .1 refreshing, pleaaant-taating solution. Take 11 a> First Aid Keep a package on hand alwavs. Not a Uuative. Alka-Seltzer MIllS lABOHAIOBItS. IMC. (IKMAaT. INO u Kose Buckner, a British housewife, talking in a BBC Overseas programme. FROM OSLO TO WASHINGTON OSLO. April 22. The Argentine Minister in Oslo. trturo Urtlrtna. left Oslo today for Washington. He is to take up U Advisory Minister at the Argentine Embassy to %  %  satinn '.' l-uduena has been Minister in for three and a half years. "How he ftvuvei on •KEPLER*/ OD the go all day and growing, too; ae wooder ehildreo nrcd extra no.in-liunin. Givu t li.'iu Kepler' and see how they thrive and gain weight—it is rich ID the vitamins their growing budica uced. Its malty-sweet flavour is so pleasant too. Adults will find 'Kepler' a real strengthener in canvalrsceace. Kiriiir VL'fTKN yuu <** Ui >oulh, viulity T aad happiacM have Left you, illhonsb yoa in tlill m the pnme of tale, (be taatoa is Uuu your blood sod • iune beeo wcakeoed by lack of *-Kri|si foods: phuipboiui and %  CSUL Nw yaws* anal vitality WluU yoa D*d u aoouiw c^Sdruiogen' None Tonic Hood, 'Sanslogen • cumbarn both thets blood-bi..Ur^ -nd i ssr^busdi&i k-jC. fom, aa thai they are easily absorbed tat* Bar lyitern. Take il regularly I 0 aal* at goad* anddrugguU ud tea bow day by day aaskssB> rtewed >oulh, strcagih aad flow back into your body I Hi course of "Sanatogaa' tcdayl fpOOMt** L^r*J COD LIVCI OIL WITH NALT EXT1ACT la A aunaouGHS WCLLCOHi a CO. MOOUCT rv mil* This pure rich milk powder comes m large 11-lb tins at $a\4 per tin. a handy and economienl way to buy powdered milk Pol the family Dairy Pride U made fiom the highest osiality Cow'a Milk, and processed so that all the natural vit-mms and creamy flavon. • %  ined. DIRECTION^ ;.g tablespooniul of Dairy Pride to every halt pint I u pint) or cup of liquid. For extrgoodness, mix and leave in rfiuerator or Ice box overnight I To make > oui lec Ci earns and 11 us whisk a few spoonfuls ol Dairy Prida Milk Powdei bM vouv mixture.— W-M per It-lb tin Dairy Pride Ui^^ ^ c y in fitvou,./ * in nouns We^ &. %  IUVOUI ol I at Ma. per half ir %  asjangi 4< PM aVea. u M ArUtar at*. I .'It.n at.o.r U.at.1 A C. W. M. F.rd A/AFFCO L j \.i'll\MMM:Hi.-Dal* AsaU. •ate Inn. fur %  <•••: Celllmli... 21 --Swat*. •SAXATOGEN' NERVE TONIC FOOD rettores health, youth and vitality Swrf faiil,ir U -noun* w ~*k V 0 1 1,1—Ug. t l Sill ISjLl *Hrr WITH THIS NEW MULTI-PURPOSE LUBRICANT TOMAKE YOUR Shellobrlcolio" iob eo* •er, mote otTicient ond more ioiiifoctorf lo your customer. Shell hoi de'elooed on all-new. muiN-rjurpoie greo.e to bs known a Shell Retina* A. This lingle 'tmarkoble Hlhium-toase gtease wJI Ivbrtcatc wheel beatfngj. onlversal ioiftb. woter pumps and cho.sis alike—ont fc* bftcanr doing the work thai previouill reqdSnstf tOu# Agents-DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. Sub Agents-BARBADOS FOUNDRY V



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V ggWPAV -_y >R|i S^^r HI !" And Hull. W ,„. W Toli^T SUNDAY \n\iK\m: •vanaed to no !o my mother's lor my holiday%  • That's reasonable, lie's always had open hare, but hiwas always being dimcult about It He refused 0 I uem alone. I don't iu beg him to come on my rccun turned on her heel. The knee *> do IV Thin when he came hesitated then picked up his %  utcase ami followed her. Thev in a Held K roan. '_W>U, thuts not my fault." "Uok, why can't you come %  Wh> 1 i "Beesuu' 1 don't feel well." -Your,' well I,, ugh to | notice h 1 ao n -i '*au swai to forgot it's n.v 1MB) UndMi dl i>> noe m .i held, hart was the sanu old arfuamong a doseo other* %  ajM up from the pp\, re%  fc *"> first by his ouunsel then 0 FIN FOR VI I ..... L %  toucl I %  c IV utl | %  baaaaaa % %  %  Rupert and the Dragon Pills—25 USED TO OREAD WORK Hair getting thin': r^Q: H LMI la* PsjtHsuiu* *i. i > Na wonder thu man pi* tieiell* in ii been THE TIME was twenty minutes after mid-night. Ruth, wife of Sm-eta* if K,,., <,~a I*hts Hashing through a window of her home at Serowe Khanw, had ,een a car's -It's (lira:' she said and rushed out to the dark, duat-uued road *rf >K I. *,_* ^_ _ whits sandals, she ran 300 yards to meet Sen** ihCTe ln floral smock "^ Bicker! Bicker! Do More Harm Than Other Women (By ANNE EDWAKDS) A UA1N and a woman were arguing ai country bus stop. Follow the conversation carefullv. First, the husband:— "Why can' you come home with me?" "Why can't you stop here at my mother's?" said the woman. "Because I don't feel well," said the man. "You're well enough to travel, .mac*." said the woman. -You •earn to loigt-t 1 need a iplett rest and 1 can't get it "Yoa teem to forget this n> :upssdtobe my holiday. . ." Fnwntly the bus drove up, the Mi some—want up to bd In lha mlddla of the meal... and than packed hli bag %  n side; "I told her from the first. 1-J.^au, y.u *,-. Id. iSurt'JS^^.T-a lldnl like me. lh n t Bui sin icon id KO. I went down later, but : COUldnl rest i < imt home %  THE STURIBS T IIATS a ditrena eaurta, from ten till %  re still four, six COW Weak, But now they were atttlng 4 %  faanfil |ards apan i i iha baaaih in game oi i the beat-known chared with divorce I H • %  while .tthing. They went the Other Woman and the O sj never turned i %  TWO VIEWS s "" u **EN it wai her turn to stand u R"res did 'urn upthe bullies, UM witness-box, ilinglng ,h" these *** 'c unavoidable ifte. was HEH divorces. What makes the hint i i ML.I: depressing places on earth is that m l ball :t* divorces are clearly nveusi thai 1 know the cagam But 1 am quite sure 1 know what la It is not any of the thJ so often blamed. It is not living in a simple room, or not having .i double bed, a in-laws, or being physically incompatible BB KOCKS Y OU annot nlame jealousy, or Itfjtoa, oi war. The language o| Ikl court is not the language oi passion— it is the language of the nursery. It is not an cxhibuion ol love, hate, jealousy, and luiwi. paste—it is a revelation of bor' iniu small minds. ma ienkj on artateh most marriage* trasJ bickerings. The kind ol tavual and parr\ you hear Wh..t dm he want to go ;m
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, April 23, 1950
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Flying Saucers Hitler's Secret Weapon
Leopold Will
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Then Off To Congo
BRUSSELS, April 22,
OELIJIUM'S Premier Designate Paul Van Zealand, io-daj
B handed ; leller to Paul-Henri Spank, Socialist leader,
mnUtniiii; an assurance lliiil Kiit; Leopold will remain miU
ij diji* in Belgium following his return to the Throne am'
y| return into provisional exile after temporarily trans-
ferrini: hh prerogative to Prince Baudouin. his heir appar-
-nt The latter added that at a later day King U'npnld will
m) incognito lo the Belgian Congo.
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Deny Charge
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The charge that there's disunity
M the B.W.I. Sugar Delcga-
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, is denied here. I learn from
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Mount Fuji reported that
heard a crash Urn mght. Ti.
Icawa

1 miles 111-
land ii'n
-tbout 62 mil.
Toyko.

ten, vvi.i nnounce
1 ind partiee
the wreckage, later withdrew the

Unulng.
included a famll)
Qeoeral Doufl
Pickello, was feared to
.
. who had
just concluded a pad With tin
Philippine
Rrutrr
Dragged "Naked"
To Vote
Sl'orzu Accuses Yugoslavia Over
Trieste Elections
ROME, \ptii 22,
'..! to Sforzfi, ItaUan i
reallii iriah tor ua understanding witl

itiis In the Yugi neof Triesti
-I iitc polls dui
election.
* SJbna a
Mk _ day debute In the !
iivrmuiUt rat fits
Held Up By
Dock Strike
You Can 'Phone
In (inn
FROM May I, Bi

-
Barbados Telephou,- Co Udk,
told the "Advocate"
that his compan>. in conjunctionj
. [fcfa Hasan. Cabal end w rsaai
Opanlng a new channel to
Okinawa
About 10,000 m
ind m the
.
I .. Ameiu.m tr*:
al Mat-Arthur whose headquarter*
are In Tokyo.
Up to the la*t war. Okinawa
belonged to Japan but was taken
From in 1 b) the Am* I
rhe Island

striking blowa .it the heart of
.
1 it at thai time
I of life was heavy
LONDON, A|

compete in the Benau
Inning on June B, *en
-. bj Lou-
don's The tfarM yachts"Samuel
1
were to lu. < Atlanti.
In the .-..040 ton Royal Mai,
I .
(0 comp.. U
could not el) u-forc
Monday.
sinan ol U><
Mail Company told Re I
000 tons of
ill have no
1 e Araby" can sail until after

I Rrutrr.

VAN ZttLAND, l>hotographed v-..
New "Rules
Of Wat"
BEHNK A;
New Red Cross "Rules of War",
which were drafted at u 60-naUon
mer. will
1
Yugoslavia hefl uepoaileu ihe
i.ecessary second i-tuiiation. -ix
months after which the treaties
.. law.

attfj Four 1
tiem mod-
ornized varatooa <>f rhe lfl Red
Croes Treaties on care of wounded
fighting men. The fourth is an
] to pro-
iani in wartimedrawn
up in the bitter memog) of Na^i
cnncentra'.i' md mass

the United
States are antong the 62 nations
I
I
which took no pe

Rrulrr.
ies or. the
"The Yugoslav:
< all en
aid.


which would btirj The lOI

of the Yi..
sftn /., condemi e.'.
\" which
Yugoslav
Zone ol Pi
tot conci
surprise, gi
nation for Whal
Ived from

Italians who wen

prove bom
van naki ,
.. 1II1 pleas-
ure" thai the
.divisibil-
ity of the territory.
b
reived the 1 Brial form,
hut would study it with U
est ittenUoo whon }
the Soviet Ul 1
'
considers the free territory as in-
divisible.
tuatlon is difficult indeed,
but I dO no! think UM Allies
would ever waj
tar.
Just i
Con ven I ion til
Hying Stiucer
AMERICANS WILL TELL
THE WORLD ONE DAY
?ORK
AMERK ANS
there re


"The objects.' saj Um
'rr not Irom anothrr ataskW] or
cvrn I'rom......Ihri . untry. You
win ir.uii ehsjal naaai In geje
eoume. '
Among

The De-
I

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inn through the
ten
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COMMUNISTS
NEAR HOIHOW
HONG RON
Commune t
'
stronghold of H
South China 1 01 t, n only about
12 miles from rloihow, the capi-
tal, according '-
ports here ted
The reports said the ril
the Hainan battle had 1 liaaged
lv 11. ravour Communl 1 |ng earlier
Nationalist vleton laimg.
Nationalist official< wen
l>e fleeing from H
The Nationalist reports said
several Commuri
advancing aga
ling track

Baajier
"WiMiyiir-
SaysUS Sho\ild
Seize Hostages
PHILADELPHIA, K\


u d Russian

Baltic pl.ii
' be alive

ken from
8

"The ten
nit) which the
or until thi
1 ihe possi-
bility th.,t
* ,
Rrutrr.
Czechs Sentence
Tut) To Deulli
. k tpril M
.: t m Prague to-

' Necliamky and
charged wiih
< splonage end treason.
The remaining tlmt* were sen-

Nechaivsky
I
Id British
utiit and


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STASSEN WANTS
FREEDOM
And \ Cold War Battlo Crv
VOBLPH1A, S
Mr Harold E Stasaen. leading
':
great
I fn

Stales policy was a -
Russia, Stasaen called for a "cold
war battle cry ir. th

-raaa*,*- and la aBMBfta

RruUr
Soviete Ma\
Release SpanJardfl
KAORID A]
Usually rcllabi.



iniah Vol-
unteers who .-in
BovaM hands.

and -hat ll '.rnbasay in
ad In any
Kruirr.
VIENNA, April 22.
"pHE well known Austrian aircraft engineer Erich
Meindl said today that the mysterious "flying
saucers", seen in the skies arcund the world, were
begun as one of Hitler's secret weapons- -a revolu-
tionary jet type of aircraftby another Austrian
scientist who is now working in the United States.
Meindl. who claims no part of
I the invention himself, told
[ Vienna Journalist that a co-work-
i er at the Wiener Neust Aircraft
cniiinct'i*
Before
September
NEW YORK. April 22.
Mi Pi ygve Ue, United Nadona
irai, declared on
leaving bare foi Europe to-day
nd greal ifforta" must
to reduce Tensions be-
lt, aid next September
when the
Mr Lie sailed in the liner
nied among
Conataatin /.in-

who Intends to visit

I think U 'i > .ik.iiii

-I tins war lasts the
doing to
u i danger
Hi id led thai man) steni ware
long time, to liquidate ihe cold
Met Importani nop waa
'-- use
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    I ";rew in the pi
    that thev



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    Itralrr
    Chinese
    Torture 12
    il< )Nc; kon,; April S3
    I the two
    ailed Stain motet res hi
    'May told a grim talc

    began on Patouarj 11 when
    heavily armed communist oldieri
    'he ship off the Hainan
    irn ted them at bayonet
    noun It i
    bi Hong
    Kong Itonl
    ere hunj
    i .
    .
    i nti r. Al fered from
    ! tenter)
    I in Canton City Gaol.

    nd one rpooniul of
    .'ejjetable twice dally end
    nt letters
    failed
    .. Ivilogically tor.
    Iling and imeX|H-i t-
    Rraler.
    Works near Vtcn
    called DoblhofT. built a rcvolutlon-
    ,i rapeed satscar-usta aircraft
    secretly during the war.
    Naci An* Chief Hermann Goering
    i une leveral times t.. ate the plane.
    based on a jet propulsion principle
    I efore Jets had been In-
    vented.
    Meindl siud DoblholT was now
    In the l mi ted States working on
    teret aircraft research for the
    American Government.
    When I heard the description
    Of the tlyniR .saucers seen in
    Mexico and other parts of North
    America I knew at once that they
    could onlv be the work of
    Doblhoff." he said.
    The machine Doblhoff
    "looked like a round disc by day
    and lik. Ding ball by
    night," he said. DoblholT
    believed that if ordinary aircraft
    coupled to pi"-
    it the astran i
    fta1 wlnge, hitherto unheard
    eeds would be possible.
    First experiments along the*
    edad
    nireraft embodying the I
    tail assembly and body all in on.
    unit was perfected Rrutrr.
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    >N, April 22.
    nilgai's 7,700,000 people un-
    icpublican system of gov-
    t for the past 40 years, may
    soon have e king to reign over
    . In, it was contldent-
    -day by the
    ount Docker
    Joau Amcal, member of the Por-
    tuguese Parliament and one of the
    rmoet prominent supporters of
    monarchists.
    Me was discussing vasterday's
    unanimous vote by the 120 mem-
    t-er National Assembly approving
    a Bill which proposed abolition of
    analog Portuguese Royel
    i tugal.
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    'Wtuguese prei-
    Don Duarte Nuno of ltrazandza
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    HOME OF THE BRAVE
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    ?Home of The Brave"
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    portrajs vividly the rcac-
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    Hsttual spiritual and
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    Evertttf who has a strong anti-
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    possible occasion. Is
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    from other men. that
    built up throughout the
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    and physical paralysis. Tl
    m the part o! M
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    Ai I Una, tin- ttkaani

    modern social problei i
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    thinking, ragardlng the
    !ietfin
    thi; timk. Tin: im.aci:.
    ami thi; t.IRL"
    The musical tllm "Tlie Tune.
    The Place, and r .. Hrl
    .showing at the Aquatic Club. Thi:'
    is in technicolour and
    well known screen pan
    1 i
    Asthma Mucus
    Dissolved 1st. Day
    Caoktac,
    MB 'uin your hiih .m an In 1 mlnulr* MndJ tl-n of *Iam"uailr I
    ih- blaml. ituhkly ( uritnn th m
    . th airanfiina
    tiu Kivlni lrc.
    Itaad (.'lire drifi
    Uocr. if tho
    out ait
    a i ptctnra of bji
    "
    again bearing his
    The soap dish
    lean* d, too. The
    its, the clothes he wears.
    the fountain pen he has in his
    anaad from
    uod.
    courao the i
    Keep him
    . anowork i
    h i dramatic inci-
    i. baroai
    its
    GARDENING
    HINTS FOR
    AMATEURS
    < MlliNli Htark
    I ral rule it is safe to
    Baaf those shrubs and vines
    that are cut back every year
    should be cut in April or May.
    Of course, like most things no
    hard and fast rule and no set dates
    can be given for this job. aa each
    gardener must be guided by the
    particular conditions of hat own
    garden, and above all by the
    weather.
    However, as a generality, do
    ynur ruttin* back in April or Mav
    before the rains start, then you
    good spring for vigorous
    growth by the time the rains come
    In June or July.
    Some gardeners hate to cut back,
    but It is a gardening fact that
    certain vines and shrubs (who's
    111 be given at the end)
    are all the leUer 'or being cut
    back, or at least well pruned, once
    Ml the mistake is made
    of not doing the job properly.
    which is worse than not doing it
    at all. If a plant or Vina is to
    be cut back, it should be cut to
    within eighteen inches of the
    ground, then manured well, and
    watered to help the new
    spring. Ii it la to be pruned, then
    the old dead wood should be cut
    out and all the old shoots and
    Mower-heads that have borne
    should be pruned back.
    After a vine has Iwen cut back
    or pruned, and the new growth
    la training
    at nca Vnaai not only
    look better rf trained, but thev
    grow more viKorouaU> and Mower
    more profusely than if left m
    grow haphazardly without any
    proper support.
    Uut by this it is not meant that
    .very fresh ttn> trail should be
    seized upon and confined, but
    rather that the main shoot* should
    be guided and lightly tied, and
    in tramiim the
    smaller trails, Keinov,
    \o allow for the

    ant for use
    in tying up in the gal
    Many poi

    llougninvillar.i
    but as a matte ol fact tl
    climber trains beautiful! >
    young) to
    II e Lattice. WSj|
    to fo and
    cat

    (Decemb-i
    ll

    Ploaatl to he cut back ill April
    i Pride ol Barbs I
    2 King
    4. Croton.
    5. Double Coralita.
    0 hUb
    I, Old
    What other COLD remedy-
    does ALL this?, ----------
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    SOOTHES SORE THROAT!
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    CALMS RASPY COUGH!
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    FOB 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3 BY
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    ic |>ii a d< finite, nodceabae improve^
    iiK-nt in the >ni"! women
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    Theae were among the tmproveBMBti
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    ihe handsome blue am] *.
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    docton proved ih.u ii you knap your akin dc
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    of cooling, refreshing ENO,
    will correct the effects of over-
    eating and drinking?
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    - utifi/djmost' /
    Pickitick-Ro vers
    Defeat Everton 4-3
    iM/6/V0n
    WHAT TEAM should Skipper John Goddard lead
    . Id when the W*
    Worcestershire at Worcester on May fi?
    cal end probably West Indfc
    i readers have written to ask for m>
    i and I shall pose than here for the consideration of all
    In the first place the letter* which I have received all seem to
    muell emphasis on a sensational opening performance by the
    -r to create great interest in the team and so
    WHAT Or THE YOKKSH1KK GAM
    I T IS TRUE that we must endeavour to
    *- prr- .rst flxtu
    gvEl irie for thp
    The game was a good-
    was played before a fairly large
    number of spe.
    At half tn.
    from .i*nalty dunng .he l.ner mcnllng Wavccml. my correspondent. -Th, lu-.
    (ioddanl Plays
    Against Dultcich
    Old Boys
    LONDON. April 22
    Dion Park llxturc of lu.iil. ihe am .
    X which spnns. 1" mind ll '.h.- I..rm of Wavecn*E
    ' "> not race Main yesterday which was naturally to be eipw.,"
    favour of Everton. but to ,,. tag lbs. which he had been r. ,.,, g^
    k-Rovers came back to There a, of course, no complaint about the weight bring ^
    fcfia-Ssa^LT
    UM five letters have Vbowp that they seem to forget that
    r the first game must be selected with some thought for the
    second game which will be against the pow
    who in 1948 went nearest to defeating the ail conquering Ai>-'
    To this end I certainly would not play either Fi
    I who have both had considerable experience of English
    I would select Roy Marshall and Jeffrey Stollme.
    as.
    r.ITHKK WEEKES <>K WOKKKLI.
    A LT EKKEfl has had experience of English wickets, one
    ^*- might be tempted to play him to strengthen the batting. This
    might be used in favour of Worrell as well. In this connection we
    ntU but not both.
    Gomez I would rest as well and try out all three fast
    '-.king good care to nurse
    -low left arm spinner of his tjpe will have to be played in as important
    u Yorkshire, so I would leave him down and play both spin
    dard. (.
    ..re travelling from two
    gainst Worcestershire but surely Eastbourne tomorrow. Sunday, to each sent in one
    For Everton. Blades m
    while for
    wastes seat* I
    but he is neithei .. J.-tsan. J^N
    With ..ds I readily agree at the moment. But the great thh-
    ,'icK-novt-r5. y.i-11" ...... Wavecrest which one must keep in the ba<
    while Crone>- and WUkcs ma, ht. l8 lne late developing type. Therefore, in spite o( ^,2"
    ii two vears and now at Union, it is possible that he Is not**
    ti i. ...-. -.nil T iii-iti im 'ill nU'.'i I
    Pickwick-Rovers,
    PickwIck-Rovers defended "ho
    his best form. Both Jetsam and Llgan. on the other hand wff
    developers. Therefore it is possible that by the end of the ye*,*
    Viiiiams and Ramadhin with a view to selecting 1 HOI .Kill AsSIM'.UtlOIl Reece was all there.
    r for o team raised by
    r S Marriott against Old goal from the screen end and wibi dcvciopora. Therefore it is possioiema. uy me cim or u.ej(tt
    Dul leh > -.he game only eight minutes old. crPSl wiI1 ^ a creole of a very high standard. Just how high* j
    boyi of the they found themselves m to wait and see. ^
    Dulwich public when Blades, the Everton inside incidentally, my opinion ih.i1. ^M^>; iu. Many English rignt( be,, goalkeeper Hill with oper is based on what I saw of him in Trinidad and the fan 0
    *bo a high one from well outside the h^ laken more after his dam than his sire. In this req*, J
    area. confusion seems to exist over my remai.. ,ll(i a t*Z
    Pickwick-Rovers fought for the got the impression that he is by O.T.C. This is quite wrong ^
    entng to East- rqualiseri and were successful by Coat-of-Arms. What I did say wa8 that he was out of uqJ
    Wilkes at lns.de left cut in to gey Mb ^f,} BmtdL.n. sultM ,, ,.car. wfluu"jffcj
    beat Reece with a well placed ^ ^ [act lhat she vm ,hl8 tofe v,.r ,
    hot which went into lie mi ,ur, wnerMI I thought she might he only Boocl k tn J
    corner of the net addition, she accomplished it In sliKhtlv better nmr thail
    Plckwick-Ro\Trs agal .cond day, although his heavier weight mights
    cd and WelU-i >.!il In .1 high one lQr Ih|s Hc abio had an easier race. But there Is no o,
    from the wing, but this time, princess Rasiyva will have to be walched carefully for funitg
    :iin will
    Ing \o t>
    boume to rejoin
    in readiness for the start uj.
    Monday of their two days match
    ii.onel Stevens' team.
    BMMf
    Barbados Friendly
    -. to play again against Yoi-
    nl I would alsn ind give him a gixi
    Hia batting should be strong enough without
    bun,
    1.US 8HOUU> BE THE TEAM
    jld be; 1.Goddard,

    tiani. 6.- I o.Sonny
    10 Lance Pierre and 11.Prior Jones.
    than
    .
    if thai
    LOST FIRST MAJOB i. \Ml
    pBRHAJ

    I90 have all bu;


    Nas beaten
    .;s and 198 runs. The 1906 team lost

    FOLLOWING are the remits of man)
    ,,iayed last week:
    :8th Berwick beat
    jjj0 out _
    Heeds United beat Penrode steede centred from th
    engagements and particularly the Derby Trial at Arimi andtht.
    The Everton forwards made dad Derby. I do not fancy her against the .speed merchants Uh|
    raid on their opponents Bells and Bowmanston in the Trial Stakes.
    goal and kept their defence borj Winle 1 am waiting for the A class race ,o .....,p | ^
    Wavell Kwmsnotlom U get In a few word. bou JJ*" Pj" 'me*
    . nut themselv,.. Union. It *!'<.^ one by wheh the me, ,^
    Hcht I speak of the large crowds that thronged the < '*und|
    .h the Eajter H<- Idays and also on the thn MoaW
    be., stM-d-W. Old Tha^onf Jr'om t *
    -0. , k_, Not satisfied with lhaii
    April
    >' Mr i corner
    kick from
    iima. Ik
    ""lea*, Wa-teners beat not sau : . ., and p-_
    9th Westeners oeat EverlQn ^ a^pa ^ u ^ ^^ ^ ( ..
    Jrooo beat St Man- Old Blades sent in a hard low one from s,(inR unQCr altogether. In : r aff*n
    from outsi3e the area, but Hill been going from bud to .: mrvilnt el,
    Otb Rangers W i allow then to pull out ol the nick and once again to estabbi
    ,,"f' |_J Plckwlck-B ,-> Milan racing;
    Sped : jil their worth, but | well for the ent ! the Clnbq
    ;/ their forwards jus: ,.emleam,
    ,nd Advocate drew etrate the Everton defence. ( Lgated BavaraJ improvements and the kmerieaa iab
    one i.--.hwiH
    "ar- |>osse5Sion and passed to Wilke- in the resuscitation. The-lead^ horse has^bjen''^"'^'oraTn
    ,,f'. i i .h hipicw. wideTin i -nod effort hut where they unearthed old Snm Dogget from to rlae it Ioj
    .kI JLi. 7 f m n Martim the score 2-1 in I ^ firsI Wofld War Sflm TT|
    d, b_,.a. Bad To return to the subject, it is to be hoped that now tan a
    .option PiLkiik-K\- hap ha(| sUi uj 1o raise thestakem,
    , of Barbados, at leaat, if th< kpting*
    Na- forced their opi>onents to cone. ,. ,(.Slil;n i . n xbtJ ^
    -i.
    FIXTURES


    the W.


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    I
    ..
    in it RCOLON1 \\ CYCU IND ATHI I ( K MEET
    1
    K
    took a good
    * I
    .1 one
    which R'
    now took

    who had i
    i

    .-.hot from ha result of

    ..ii the stands and en
    5'
    M.rkhtfe
    Lefcree Mr. B.
    form of the C i hoi < Uentloa h_
    eta most is the form of Mies Vn She has been ran*
    for two or three years and I ha ever knowih)
    lie last ta
    id enough by winning the til
    . The Gauntlet and '-hen dea ih Pharlaaii
    Meanwhile c ii mia. who na
    the othei C
    .igh the ii the third This I liiul iDOSt peculiar,
    In the i 'i furlong on the third Fabulous Bst
    which he has seldom i -tartedhs
    Indeed. hH
    tried lo put '"gh jn the l> Ids of 1948. do secosi
    found tin Inning in C Whai u him is ssr
    in id in thrd
    . form of Sw i 'I'day sser
    l- !! "5-SJJ
    vj Ft nga
    O. Gra-
    ew-s Old

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    I II I, III (.INN \X til
    *
    from the wing g ntcd on hb 13
    a hard sho' 111 not rehash 11
    i2. n is difficult a
    now fought hard to HdissnV
    day allowing lee Boy in lbs. But It
    many a raid on their opponents remembered that Ice Boy ma; 'rota Ms
    goal. Thi ll l*Mr
    ,,,1 wh,., i ear thai na both much better than The Gountart*
    ConlifTe sent in
    me It was In fact the .it then
    from the uoal while the "keeper" Bright Boy. II",
    s ( Speaking of the abovfl horses, l mighl bi well no on leaai
    ,.ked and "?y views on tl, T^H.
    .!?<. .,ra rfwii Hare la how I rate them the best Hrown Bssa*
    . ,ON. April 21 half; next beat, Cccaasi*
    '\ VCSV ill '" totiafmlherdown the scale) Blu<
    el; fifth-Bright Boy. PI ^ffi!
    ^ok the kick ana Rocket; sixthThe Gauntlet and Kll far be*
    made no mistake. i so far, Fat
    In- who 1 fed will bo big I I later on.
    .;;
    at of the re- stage as
    rae Mr, J
    FIRST APPEARANCE
    ON A U.K. TRACK
    - Ebaaao Grand
    SJ on paitr '.
    "Sanvina" Wins Scottish Grand Natia

    .I
    ling a mile to Pul
    ':-. aasa'a Park Han k
    i -. an ill the >e,.i round .swimming club.
    SCOTLAND. April -22 ton's \2 year old GaUerf.
    Mr. .1 K I. (Hi\er. riding hii carried the top welgMwO
    won the nine pounds. Sanvins, aw
    . tonal here old. carried IS stone t
    I miles, seven furlongs, and Q.E.D.. seven ?**
    :.'
    third Sir A. raking- to tan. Reutcr
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    THROUGHOUT the wU.fc'J
    x many yean, PHOSFERDOJ
    been regarded as an indwpenaaflfc*
    tor the weak and ailing, the C"~]S
    and the run-down. F10SF}*-j
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    are reeling nervy or OuI"^s02tS
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    SCNDAY. XPRH
    . B. IM
    Glasgow Retain
    Scottish F.A. Cup
    EAI0OCN MSB
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    PAGE FIVE
    THIS WILL BE ENGLAND S BIGGEST SOCCER CROUND
    cur-r
    gangan hoMm 01
    new retained
    JJiLjS* rA.'Cuji today
    iJjyb!-!aai
    **. hn*r* iwant,-
    mW spp-
    air E*1' lw0 p"~
    i-jdnal* v nu-
    -hat ici-''-" -'"' M '
    wn tht star! set ihe paca todav
    KaSrd worrlad Ibr East F>-
    u* hack and crowed a low ball
    g^ltndUy doubled down -o
    "Taaadod into the nat
    Tfutaaftar Raiitfer*" forward*
    mr tn jret t"n and show*.i
    many *** mowmenU.
    IV crowd was over 120.000 ;in I
    Uwy aw grand football. East Fit
    ^koweH dlraetnaas in iheir method*
    ad thraatenad danger at tin* -..
    particularly In one spell of the flrit
    t^if attacking Rangai i>rn
    bowavar was steady under pres-
    sure and they daacrved tu lead by
    a tfnfl* ldl * hallttiiia baea
    of taeir more >ludled forward
    (y and sound tuck liny dafanca
    T%tU tyle of play brougtu re-
    raid addway through the second
    laUwhan, within the space of two
    utoutM, Thornton headed two
    quick goals.
    Thornton apart from those two
    efforts kept his line moving with
    finely judged passes and the
    Rangers' forwards who have come
    in for criticism this season showed
    fin* understanding today. By com-
    panion East Fife were a number
    of uails which did not blend and
    therein probably lay the reason for
    a tbrae goals defeat Renter.
    PC around ai ctclnunt /'aT.fc ,
    Hr pre if ml piutis 'astta*
    Palace Plan
    Ground To
    Hold 120,000
    WORLD'S LARGEST
    STADIL M READ,
    WITH THREE HUGE
    DOUBU STANDS
    Williiigton Wins
    Amateur Soccer Cup
    By VERNON MORGAN
    WEMBLY STADIUM. April 2^.
    PLANS for the tajaoBaBtiueUon
    of the Crystal Pal...
    ball Club's ground at Sethum
    Park involve the expenditure of
    nearly half a million pounds and
    the making of the biggest Bound
    in England with a capacity <>{
    120.000, says Harold r
    Architect Mr. Cm i
    Willington Football Club from AHIHA. ol 6 ,, tmoo| four'
    the mining town in Not
    England became Amateur Soccer
    CbamptDns of England for the iirt
    tint today when they beat then
    neighbours Bishop Auckland by
    (our goals to nil In the iliul lie
    here having led uy three goals at
    half-time.
    lh
    The chan
    ^ earns oi
    aether for i ran
    sue since
    1MB.
    An oattmatad :> million fun. will
    wgtch the gam.
    through radio
    sports rapa I
    There wtU b
    played in It., S
    Horlxonle. Pi
    over a six weeks period.
    Jucea among foui
    mpanyini Irawlng of the .,..
    pound as H will n
    pompleto 11 here will be double \
    decker stands on tho three sides Chile. Paraau i
    of the ground th;.i ore now open U.S. Austral
    ol tha peasant
    will I* uncovered terracing. Ihe
    IdM bwing that this is ih- side 'n"t "*l mav be reviaed
    A crowd of 83,ihkj watehed the from which the sun and air will r*TO
    two tauu play some of the line.: get u. the pilch and ensure tood K"m^'s ,',CL lo u
    footbaU swd ai Wembly. turf "" s en<0
    Bishop Auckland, who started Tl in the top left- uvf^?si
    Ihe favourites had won the hand comi
    champioQihip atvan times previ- Whiti- Horse Lane. On the right- ^,
    outly, beating Willington in injy
    after extra time. wWfc tanda .it tax
    Willington today were faster "' the drawing if Park Road
    and more accurate and furthai ....
    mow took theu^ thanca*. Their uiund Mia
    rivali did not. Bishop Aucklami The "J" in :,K lvfl 'oregrou
    RIO DK i.WKIHO.
    The world's ... .,. coal .f painl
    lliis month and will _h pad) I kktm
    champiunshipv Wh< ;., |{K, (lt] jun(, L.4 of lh|S ;
    year
    I'ickwuk-Kovers
    Defeat Ecertan
    frem paae 4
    n

    'da. fullback I
    pnaaaN
    aaag ihe bail i
    on the outside
    and raced goalwards to n
    Heece with a hard
    tvu
    their front line kep-
    Hovers .lefence \er> busy at this
    stage but jirt fall-M to penetrate
    II
    l'iekwirk-K
    lie; goal and

    i

    tha final blast i
    '' kwfa Row dinners
    i.y four goals to three.
    Hi .i \V
    nn
    . l r
    : l I low.

    Si Culpepper,
    Bli k
    Mwaailuk Roewi inn.
    Atkinoon. .1

    APRIL 23 NO. 116
    The Topic
    of
    Last Week !
    May hVKeMMMl
    >n<| the adjoining school grouno
    Oih' of the obvious advan-
    tages of such a stadium Is that
    it Is an islaiui Mtr and
    approached had enough opportumlia^ u.
    first ten minutes lo have settled s|*'_n(!^l*?fn_,lh? l0?tfa?ll-liour!d
    the issue and to get several m
    goals lst*.- In the game.
    Willington's captain and inside
    right Taylor headed their hr*t
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    sTr max beerbohm r^SJiiS
    or attitude by an easy ami
    M (he seldom drew from I
    life, but his caricatures ar-
    kable). His subjects m
    the m
    personalities, posed in situa
    which bnillantly and ironically
    express the associations of ibelr
    activities and characters: Words-
    worth in tne Lakeland rain patting
    a Uttle girl's head, Walt Whitman
    "Inciting the Bird of Freedom to I
    soar". Coleridge's table-talk send- I
    Ing his guests to sleep. W. B. Yeats
    introducing George Moore to the
    Queen of the Fairies, and so forth.
    There are few illustrated books on |
    the period that he covers that do.
    rot make use of his capacity to
    sum up a tendency, a cultural
    atmosphere, a movement, an age,
    itself (as in the famous drawings
    In which the 19th and then the
    20th Centuries contemplate the
    future). As commentaries they are
    superbeconomical, incisive, often
    devastatingly funnyyet they do
    not lose an essential respect for
    the subject: Max remains con-
    .c to hi* bacW
    Institution* are the legitimate
    targets of his wit, but he meant
    he wrote of Radicalism in
    the early years of the century
    "A new tyranny will take tne
    f the old That is ill II l
    is still alive to warn us, in a style
    which is itself one of the casualties
    of out burrying isst, of so much
    tnat may he irremediably trampled
    In tne Marc-h of Progress.
    ,, n_____ ... ^^j .itat mtHm attst* of Asthma This drear
    Pretty Food
    B> Fruru WalMB
    "And I. who crave no knight-
    hood, shall write no more. I shall
    write no more. Already 1 feel
    myself to be a trifle outmoded. I
    belong to the Beardsley period."
    That was written more than
    fifty year* ago'n 18K5 to be ex-
    art; and the man who wrote it Is
    today Sir Max Beerbohm. living
    in his villa in Rapallo in an elder-
    ly privacy broken only, so far as
    the world at large knows, by the
    occasional visit of a British Broad-
    casting Corporation representative
    to record some reminiscent radio-
    essay for the new and affection-
    ate pubb..- which broadcasting has
    given him To retire to the Italian
    Riviera, If not exactly unique
    even now. Is sufficiently rare In
    an Englishman of these days to
    agree with the air of delicately
    nostalgic distinction which envel-
    ops Sir Mas Beerbohm, gentleman
    and wit. Hor does the success of
    his rare conVibutions to broad-
    casting disperse that atmosphere;
    for It Is the Intimacy crophone which suiu him so well,
    and he has carefully studied its
    requirements. From its blalancies
    he Is protected by his own-sense
    of style.
    Max Beerbohm was born in
    London on August 24. 1872with-
    in a week of the birth of Aubrey
    Beardsley, who now seems so dis-
    tant from us. He was thus twenty
    three when he announced the con-
    clusion of his literary career. It
    was a pose, of course, but for the
    'nineties a new one, and sustained
    with engaging wit. "Impudence',
    in no derogatory sense, is what
    most reviewers perceived when in
    1896 The Work* of Max Beer-
    bohm appeared aa a small volumei
    of essays followed by a mock-1
    learned bibliography from the! sir MAX RFKRflOHM
    publisher, John Line. Max went! D u J j u 1*-*""* J* food
    on writing and he went on draw- had quie:ly mocked in his second Latv of the Bodley Head and to to cook ^worries ".n^-
    ing caricatures. If a category must volume of essays. ,b' young Aubrey Beardsley The <'>ton* food in tempting ways'
    be found in which his works will Again, "I belong to the Beards- purely fictitious figure of Enoch to encourage our families once
    fit. his essavs and pastiches and ley period." If that was amusingly Soamcs in Seven Mima creation, --win to warn' to eat at home
    diversions, his single full-length true fiftv years ago, it is so in a yet^as circumstantially alive as a Susie my Uttle girL said tome
    novel ZuMka Dobsoti and his oaftain sense today. For the bus- I>cfoe herobelongs to these Bo- yesterday 'Your sausage ris-
    long-short stories The Happy Hu- banding of his talents, the estab- heniian days, in which Max con- ->les taste nicer than the ones,
    pocrtfe and The Dreadful Draoot. hshment and maintenance of l tmucd to contribute to the \ellow ue get at Mother Hubbard s
    oiHau HUl. it is the now some- personal stvle in a field dellber- Book, the .Sato*, the Chap-Bex* Cafe.' mums, but, you dont mind
    what neglected category of belles- atcly circumscribed, leaves little ..ml other periodicals of the Urn*, mt saying, mums, I like tfieir
    lettres. And or the same shelf t0 be discerned in the way of dc- Ihey included \ amtv, of New thipa better than yours to look
    would be found, quite congruous vclopment Holbrook Jackson calls lork, whigh Max visited in 1696 : they re prettier Tomorrow 1
    ly the published collections of nil Max "the comic spirit of the with his half-brother, the famous bu.v new chip cutter. No care i>
    drawings and caricatures. In Nineties", and his amalgam of actoi Hi H Ueerbohm Tree, and cmng w outdo me in serving
    which the impress of his person- t\n-de-ru-cl>- irony and witslful- his touring company. "Frank Har- Ii>od looking prettier than mine.
    allty is equally firm. Indeed, the riess has been preserved half-way ru". he wrote, "had engaged me
    caricatures themselves have a lit- through a new century 'o kick up my heels in the Satur-
    ersrv quality, a coffee-house qual- . .. aU Kerivu*. Alfred Harmswortn
    ity in which intellectual attitude*. It * In the first number of th%, waa letting tne do likewise in the
    are satirised pretentiousness ex- famous Yellow Hook, in 18W, that Daily Mail (for which he wrote ,i
    posed, and conversation atimu- Max Beerbohm first provided thi rtaCSM from Italy). In
    Itted comic spirit in A Defence of Coi- short, success and It was as the
    metin. It had b- n incomparable Max" that G. B.
    It wouid not oe long shell Oxford undergraduate. Shaw introduced him as his suc-
    thei would contain them all. writ- ;il Merton, having proceeded cessor in the post of Saturday
    lugs and drawings. Eleven small thither from Charterhouse where /{,, ai-ma critic The epithet
    Vuumes of papers and D had already been a mildly .lings, though Max has publiclv
    . no means bulky volumes precoi i vd It.
    of car. ow, at 77, the ness ,
    work i-hm. In this (two ''" ""i-f'W Hupocrtte (HM6> is
    fastidious Hini'-hon of output it steel rind Add-on Whang big best invention: a
    can be si en that the pose of S3 "f.iiry-tale for tired men"
    Was not merely a pose. It was In also at about an exquisitely satirised
    part a characteristic shrinking have Ih-cii a good i
    from volubility and grossnen and Among the inlluemes of the pen- The improbabilities of 1
    excess. He could admire (but with nd on< DobeM (1911). amusing as they
    how much reservation the di i;. '-ii this qual- Osl
    ed reader can scares [ carlcaturo). Ity The other books are selec-
    the vitality and "Titanic force" of The I and Roaottis lions, carefully revised and, as he
    Oulda; but "for my own part I titivated", from his consid-
    am a dllottante. u .: artis- erable periodical output, and thei e
    There was no false modesty but tlc ,.,-. is a book of Inerarj pUOdiOS, A
    an intelligent recognition of the 8pcct HB a \oung m I Christinas Garland (1912). in
    cope of his talent? |n as the cap-
    dn I92ii to Bohui irhich ara so esaenUal a part
    graphical mat caricatures.
    "My gift* an anal] Vn wad much an ,. ,
    them vary well and discreetly, 1999) a luararj mean between '"" A
    never straining them; and the re- ] for woi ';,lv ;"
    suit la that I've made a charming ull :..idany
    Uttle reputation." As for big era*- other Ihc bay must be tl
    Ing no knighthood, that wa.s Vui.r raltg by "Ape"
    almost certainly aiooara In 1895. g, . ...f. oidTord In the sum- (Carlo IMIegnni. to who-.
    and when he accepted one in 1939 mcr of '93. and undV I UM Itimu- :',',
    the aeknowlcdgemeut of an uting fuidancs ol the arual Will ''i1* Ward) l.ik"
    emini 'in- 'lui'e liifTeteiit (nun that |{(|hcnsu>iu wag at once Intro- them Mux igJUaUy contine* the
    is which .due.. 1 carieaturial Ukanesa
    has come in on the wave of pop-|u..*..l. to Lstl Art to the head, the rest of the figuie
    ular education, whose honours he I ... John being merely indicated m staluie
    dread
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    .mac*." said the woman.
    -You earn to loigt-t 1 need a
    iplett rest and 1 can't get it
    "Yoa teem to forget this n> :up-
    ssdtobe my holiday. . ."
    Fnwntly the bus drove up, the
    Mi somewant up to bd
    In lha mlddla of the meal... and
    than packed hli bag .

    n
    side; "I told her from the first.
    1-J.^au, y.u *,-. Id. iSurt'JS^^.T-a
    lldnl like me.
    lh n t Bui sin
    icon id ko. I went down later, but
    : COUldnl rest
    i < imt home

    THE STURIBS
    Tiiats a.....
    ditrena eaurta, from ten till
    re still four, six COW Weak,
    But now they were atttlng 4 faanfil
    |ards apan i i iha baaaih in game oi
    i the beat-known char-
    ed with divorce
    I H while
    .tthing. They went the
    Other Woman and the O
    sj never turned
    i

    TWO VIEWS s""u
    **EN it wai her turn to stand uR"res did 'urn up- the bullies,
    um witness-box, ilinglng ,h * woe of the quarrel over " *"?ked
    ink n.iti. I-.v me about. He can,.
    ;
    Tk j '.l B>" these *** 'c unavoidable
    ifte. was HEH divorces. What makes the
    hint i i ml.i: depressing
    places on earth is that m l
    ball :t* divorces are clearly
    nveusi
    . thai 1
    know the cagam But 1 am quite
    sure 1 know what la
    It is not any of the thJ -
    so often blamed. It is not living
    in a simple room, or not having .i
    double bed, a in-laws,
    or being physically incompatible
    BB KOCKS
    YOU annot nlame jealousy, or
    Itfjtoa, oi
    war.
    The language o| Ikl
    court is not the language oi pas-
    sion it is the language of the
    nursery. It is not an cxhibuion ol
    love, hate, jealousy, and luiwi.
    pasteit is a revelation of bor- '
    iniu small minds.
    ma ienkj on artateh most mar-
    riage* trasJ
    bickerings.
    The kind ol tavual and parr\
    you hear Wh..t dm
    he want to go ;m al 5.30 in
    "ll uus G.JO, and
    u/Mwy. '
    ii? m n Uiag
    I told him if he was
    f her he coulu go and
    b bar,"
    ara since she wat
    my fin: i\
    hi ani hi pictures
    hidden in .. ui.
    "T*uf|/ weren't hidden i fortiut '
    ihem. 'luit's all."
    ig wasn t
    l >ugh
    -said was ifuu all I
    "He
    I him."
    "Snc didnI u*k she just an-1
    I
    \l)l I.Is ONLY
    OI
    enough to pm
    M
    i think tlu'.v
    kerlng.
    With lots U 'arget
    that is alMfci.vs vulnerable and al-
    ways at h aaaarl at
    this DtCI 'bing.
    Then whan they've been chip
    lung ajsai m iu^te for
    years, along tbcj
    vorce coin:
    .istonlshlng trail 'J all: Wounded
    hat SM I UKBI
    j> Kuprtt find* nimKlt

    MSMtm.
    Krtlinn IWM
    ipeilts,
    .
    You Want
    To Slim
    IK The l.ro:-
    uim, but
    about it.
    ul do
    At help In
    e people require
    aauaj
    The i the toods
    hould ii
    ana) *uaeiem fresh truit and
    vegetaules must be take* to keep
    the vitamin content at
    lone there
    ided risk ol
    be neurod
    fats and
    protein tmea.ty foods) are eaten.
    S weight of the caroo-
    I !e about
    four times that of protein or fat
    'tal calor-
    nould not

    n i
    II to loan
    weight quickly.
    Don't drink loo much or with
    >tory amount IS
    ;.bout thre> BSntl in 24 hours
    v
    I

    '

    Brain Team
    tootank
    :m tn I-


    iion wiien

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    PEN PALS
    cue (mat


    "I had

    kdw how to uaw ihem
    was told to try Kru.-(in Salts,
    lag on* bottle 1
    iree. 1 have
    kent on wiih it. am :.
    "UKhly better and have
    o nt for rears
    1 miserable *ad aiugi*h. hut uw
    It is a pleeaare to work
    ofadread." -S.B.
    Th pat os aad nfTnese ol
    U lasn are usu.t

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    healthy acttoa so that all the

    na
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    and
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    BaiJiR-^s is i- ..id in oaeet
    ranonao
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    Hair fa IK out u....^- it is slap
    .. atuvti
    onwhichiil.w
    upthcdii
    growinK.!
    -ageyuoi i
    I otann for sci
    avoid the rk
    avHanaa,
    Sil/ikrin
    DOES jROW HAIR
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    apply it tc your rh* mutismthn
    pains and
    . nig iK'caUMe tbey have
    . be proud about
    an hear than
    Why canl you Raj barna?" . -
    fon tay here?"
    "Because 1 don't feel well.'"
    Weil anonak to travel, I


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    ded
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    lai !.n*l Judsins- The names u( Ikl stir, u-d twelve HI appear In
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    SUNDAY ADVOCATt.
    BARBADOS fil ADV^MTE
    Main br *1J unMi O. . * BtflM BL. pnawfi
    Sunilav \pril 23. 19511
    Hisks >liisl II. lakrn
    AS THE crop season approaches its
    close the Government sh >uM <-'-'k fur
    means of absorbing the large numbers
    which will soon be unemployed or em)
    ed only at infrequent intervals. The hard-
    ships endured during the latter months of
    every year by large numbers of the popu-
    lation should be a vigorous incentive for
    renewing efforts at finding employment
    overseas for as many as possible.
    It in regrettable that the vie in the 1950
    Estimates appears to reflect an attitOoV
    despondency in respect of this vital matter.
    Any local efforts at finding work can only
    be temporary and emigration remaii
    only one w\
    a solution to the Barbadian problem {
    Dopulation.
    To an already densely populated island
    with an overcrowded labour market will
    probably be added during the year Uu
    turn of men who I
    other count i h
    of the Bermuda dockyard will put several
    hundreds of Barbadians out of v.
    will probably hav- I it to
    return to this island to seek work ;.t a
    .an those to which thtj hi
    accustomed.
    But while the difficulties in I
    emigration ai
    tation of schemes which would prm
    considerable amount of unskilled
    seems rdftgal
    An cxi
    bour. and l( ftftePM thai it i-> noi
    on which the polU

    some ftnnoonoeinent on their plans in this
    connection? 1
    Harbour is of vital
    as ships ale unable to berth n:
    seeur.- hftrbo
    Bridgetown
    A ad
    Coast road has long beer P
    of the
    ind would do mu<
    the burden of unemployment.
    Most
    must i
    work in otb Uig all
    support to schemes for ;

    on the Of British I
    i
    :. Would Cftl
    ture i I
    the assistance of the Colonial I"
    I i should be sought but <
    the help oJ r ktk slum... i
    forthcoming new means of !;
    venture should I-
    It is a project which would
    Whole Wt st liuiKs an i
    I '.-operation of all
    : merit. A Corporation C
    rival
    asm
    Th. must aocust
    the ii
    nt should be unable or LttWiU
    ll wdl Ik
    q big issues are a'
    mil-
    he doubt thai

    as long as 11 HUM with I mainly
    DOT are the hopes of
    likely to be fulfilled in
    ral resources. The
    rad more acute by the
    ind the rate at which the

    The only solution must he in providing
    ther area in which the surplus pop-
    BM and secure a liv-
    U this cannot be done all the schemes
    rial improvement will be shipwreck-
    ed. Governments will always have to face
    m of a large body of unemploy-
    d in time the opportunities for capital
    works will have been exhausted.
    Time is running out. Action cannot be
    > ned. To this matter all responsible
    members of the community must devote
    I his is done and the prob-
    lem I Indian basis success
    will not be impossible.
    After five Years
    .*k the British Council
    ll Tilth birthday. In the United
    Kingdom the British Council has been in
    three times as long
    ,i was only during the war that the
    ment decided to use the
    . Council as a means of extending
    : life m CokN
    the Council does in fact achieve
    mut1 |.i..in-n-r of British cul-
    ture "i the British way of life in its over-
    i ,i question of little more
    than academic interest to Ihe people of
    nly its bounty and
    hing towards its upkeep. The
    tow doM the British Council
    I Barbados? What has it done since
    Bushe formally opined its
    April 18, 1949?
    . mployi nine people at its cen-
    k Secondly it has given
    to BtrbadOi Among
    . i.w been the Public
    nan and the C'lvernment Visual
    ::.ccr.
    f SEFIX HOI SI UUlt,
    REQIMSMTKS
    .(\ll-. ,1 \<1 \-l RES
    HKIKIMS and BR1SBES
    KFTTI 1 IAIN I TANS ind FRTPANg
    HIRE DISH (OVERS
    BOWLS. BASIN" Kill*
    c.i \.sv> Mil .".1 1 MIWWARE
    I-IILISIIES ami ( I I \NSI RS
    HOOD STOVES and OIL STOVES
    WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD., Succe*^
    C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
    Dial: M13 :-: 4817.
    Dial: 4473 :-: 4(
    !? mmxktil qu,U cUarh on ihr huil.'.-. Yera- Thil wmuUrfni drug from chc I A. A.
    aafalnTfl incmut in iht froulh of farm pWC*. UNFIT FOR BABIES.' "
    Sitting On Th
    By
    Fenee
    , OFTEN wonder why women
    ! L grumble at the dullness of
    \ .tli.niM I laubliiu*
    housework when, according to uie
    writers of women's features, there have taken his usual, rather som-
    oranip III* Speaker ot the | it ^ mucn fun among the dusters bre view of the affairs of Shrop-
    imbl) Mi F L Walcott and
    more have visited the
    teats of the British
    In i be British Council has
    KB tO I
    publii Tha Council has given
    i man; chool Ubrartaa.
    of Radio Dlatribution
    ..poetising for many
    Uid live concerts which
    ooarta arc also
    ... Efchoola have
    I sheet
    An ..iir iilrn shows are shown
    ,. .i Dthar cultural
    Kupa throughout Barbados
    uncil Representa-
    . irten in Barbados is an
    and his
    intaraal In photography has helped the
    , hi i ... bean stmg-
    . .i m
    include the records of
    .,-.... and the
    ad Music Officers not only
    I hout the Caribbean.
    aa 00 English writers.
    ippear regularly in
    columns They bava Ix-en very
    wnttt ii hv experts and distributed
    . h the British Council. The very
    : tha i'.Hincilasaplaccof refer-
    , the spiritual home of cultural
    I i-st importance in
    I ..Itural standard of
    it easier for
    MStat |n this work.
    Lumvi mil (and we
    ah i"i tin- work of the Council
    m l.i I "i LfOfl) the live years
    BU lite in Barbados has
    i (tabUsfa the British way of
    tha people 00 follow
    tiiV live
    [| i> nut the fault of the
    tha intellectuals ittaod
    to tin Philistines as well.
    and the dish mops.
    Read what one of them says
    about rhythm in housework:
    "Get a certain measure of
    time into your head and use
    the brush, the broom or the
    polisher backwards and for-
    wards to an imaginary tune.
    "Not so long ago I was
    leaching somebody how to
    make a bed correctly. To the
    tune of 'Boys and Girls Come
    Out to Play,' we sang 'First
    jnd then the head,
    that's the way to make a
    bed.'"
    The stage is set for a spot of
    rhythmic housework. Old Mrs
    Miffln, the char, has arrived, and
    the mistress dances Into the
    kitchen, singing.
    MISTRESS Swill the sink and
    empty the slops.
    Wash the blooming turnip tops.
    MRS. MIFFIN (rroakhsfl).
    Scrub the laters. sweep the
    floor.
    Smash the china, bang the door
    Snoiry Flakes of Heavenly Blot-
    ting Paper in Precious Office
    POMte.
    Stewed Steak:
    Celestial lump* of the Best Leath-
    er cooked for Eight Honourable |
    Days.
    I II III* M Wills
    Foreign Arlrrss
    1HAVE had the privilege of,
    interviewing a lovely foreign
    across now in Britain.
    Pushing aside the printed inter-
    view offered by her Press agent,
    I asked what was her honest
    opinion of Britain and British
    audvnees.
    "I 'ate your 'orrible countrv."
    she shouted "And I 'ate your pig-
    faced audiences.
    "And, what is more, I do not
    ride. fish, or 'unt ze 'ound. I
    'ate ze open air. and I do not
    play tennis, 'ockey, squash ze
    rice pudding a rice pudding and raquet. football, or >-
    a rissole a risaole in the blunt cricket.'"
    IIY.mU !> l-W \orlh
    A
    pain lada
    On Wenlock Edge he got her.
    And took her fbr a ride.
    And then and there he shot her.
    His lorely Shropshire bride.
    Ii wo* at Eastertide.
    They came from far to feast her.
    And many a mother cried,
    For lads who wed at East.-r
    Are hanavd at Whitsuntide
    In bloom of manhood's pride.
    4 Umh 4aMkerv
    U.M.k
    WHEN British people write
    about cookery, they
    i/hlch is so much
    British manner
    admired abroad.
    When the Chinese write about
    to. karj lho> caI1 Pr,t rissoles
    "Uttle Angles in Lotus Leaves."
    boiled rice with fruit "Rice
    Cooked in Eight Precious Shad-
    MlSTRESS: Dust the parlour, ow.". fried cucumber "Cucumber
    clean the hall.
    But that, I fear, will not be all.
    MRS MIFFIN (poino a little
    ya-ps): Da-da-da-da-da-
    da-da.
    Slices of the Moon," and plain
    rake, without even butter in it.
    Cake of the Angels of Paradise."
    MISTRESS. MRS MIFFIN:!
    MRS MIFFIN (crackino heron
    the head with a broom)
    de diddley dum dum
    If a Chinese writer once let his
    imagination go on some British
    dishes I have ea>n I expect his
    description would be something
    Da like this:
    Boiled Cnd and Parsley Sauce:
    The II. i.isl, W .
    1NG of bandits, I was
    deeply impressed by the way
    in which the niece of the propri-
    etor of an hotel dealt with a
    masked man who rushed at her
    shouting. "Put 'em up!"
    Miss Hubbard merely replied.
    "Just a minute I will call my
    uncle."
    Other disarming things which
    might be said to intruders are:
    "Excuse me. but have you met
    my aunt?" or "You have the ad-
    vantage of me. sir, but perhaps
    you would like to speak to father?"
    or. "Do you know my people?"
    Girls, always be dignified and
    British when faced by masked
    men.
    Shropshire-Truitedy
    HOW, I wonder, would Mr.
    A. E. Housman, author of
    "A Shropshire Lad," have dealt
    .will the news that, generally,
    there are more marriages than
    usual during Easter'.'
    I am inclined to think that.
    Instead of regarding It aa aa
    occasion for rejoicing, he would
    "|>S oof furs, haven't 1 *
    11* euddlv. aren't I? Til
    mt, what'i Brumus oof
    that I haven't got?
    NUMBER of letters have
    reached me from people on
    the great controversy, 'Can we
    sleep better with our heads to-
    tvaras the north?"
    "1 used to sleep with my head j
    towards the south and my legs I
    pointing east and west. Wh.i:
    I do now?'Restless Mitcham.
    "Will you please tell me I
    is the north end of my bedroom?" ,
    Beu-ildered, Brurton.
    "One night, after returning I
    from a regimental dinner. I slept
    m a tram with my head pointing
    north-west. The conductor wok*'
    me, and I slept again with my I
    head pointing south-east. When,
    they threw me off the tram, 11
    slept on my doorstep with my
    head on the mat and pointing, I
    think, north-north-east. Is this a
    record?"Blotto, Birminyham.
    MarriiiUe Moiio*
    Girls about to be married are
    even more supcrstiUous than they
    used to be about unlucky months,
    days and colours," 1 read.
    1SLEM to remember a rhyme I
    about the colours of wedding '
    gowns:
    Marry in red for a crack on the
    head:
    Marry in yellow, tut tut. what
    a fellow:
    Marr> in white, he is sure to set
    light:
    Marry in brown, he will noon
    knock you down
    Marry in irey. he will be blotu*
    all day:
    Marry in blur, hr will knock
    back a few:
    Marry In pink, you will won
    take to drink:
    Marry In nuu\e. what a bwuiulrr.
    by Jave:
    L.E.9.
    ANOTHER EYESORE FOR QUEEN'S PARK?
    Why Not a Collection of Sheds?
    (By a aatscial Carreapondrni < QM onK park
    'Plans are well advaiw. kimi in this Island It
    of another steel she. | .11 be preserved as such at all
    In Queen's Park." I A tteel *hed. which it to
    staterm-m ,.\,, anit] a few people
    * Advocate". Already the Demit.. g| the year, is to be
    1 is been rav- :,.,, *, mn eyasore to the com-
    i i ol one atari i:, r..i ffir remaining sal days
    had, now ii is l> in. ttaaass y.,. .ear The Bsrk is a
    djsflaui
    And wl.-l la tlus
    fched for? The answi
    tar for break...
    judges -t the Annual Industrial uvn as oun
    Exhibition A* a sop to the publn '
    it is BfOJ ba ustm
    as a restaurant during lb ears in
    hibtti. '" Annual I
    on Naluralh
    queen's *ihes to humour its juii,
    mo means to this c
    In Um dav.. of Ua> horse, break- fast ';?".*r,'
    the B) fhat was then

    tared P d|i
    hasfhevasM sSatesr

    'i'u been
    '-wort too
    ,.\iir utM"i ?
    and minds of city dwellers, who
    live in the streets adjoining; the
    majority of whom have no gardens
    jnd will never be able to afford
    homes with gardens. No consid-
    eration is given to such users of
    Queen's Park, some of whom are
    rate payers, whilst others are with-
    out a voice In public affairs. The
    Vestry, which is supposed to re-
    present and consider such persons,
    grants permission to a large and
    Influential Society to further
    disfigure Quean's Park, and thus
    decrease its amenities.
    It Is questionable whether the
    Vestry is in a position to give per-
    mission to the Agricultural Society
    to erect another eyesore. The
    Vestry of St Michael Is not the
    owner of Queen's Park, but the
    leeeee. The Governor-ln-Xxecu-
    tlve Committee U in a position
    as ground landlord to stop the
    deterioration of its property This
    point seems to have escaped the
    notice of the Vestry, and it u so
    little th concern of the Barbados
    Agricultural Society that Govern-
    ment has been petitioned for a
    grant of 1.000 to assist in this
    ait of vandalism.
    The late Acting Governor, Mr.
    Stewart Perowne, OB E. la>:
    year received a deputation of
    representatives of the chief cul-
    tural societies of this Island, and
    gave a srmpathetic hearing to
    their pro'ests on the abuse of the
    aXDCalUSH of Queen's Park, the
    i.iief of which was the proposed
    BjFSSsttjBB of another steel shed.
    Mr. Perowne visited Queen's
    Park with the delegation, and
    saw for himself how greatly the
    amenities would be impaired if
    another steel shed were erected.
    Lack of civic pride has allowed
    one permanent disfigurement of
    our onlv park. Is this to be fol-
    lowed by a second disfiguresnent?
    And If a second disfigurement is
    permitted by the Oovernor-in-
    Bxecutive Committee, why not a
    third and a fourth. unUl Queen's
    Park is no longer a pa
    collection of sheds* Thr
    action Is now, before another sh d
    goes up, for once it is .
    predecessor. It will r<:
    Our KeadVrs Say:
    Su#ur Shurtofc
    To the Editor, The Advocate I
    SIR. With everybody saying j
    KOing to have more sugar
    than tea with which to
    it, I give you ihi thought for to-
    a I spotted in the "Em-
    pire Produ.vi
    'The sugar situation in India"
    I read, "appears to h.r
    gone a complete reversal since
    ihis tune last year when fears
    hood of an unusual sur...
    order of V* m. tons resulting from
    the separation of India and Pakis-
    tan and the unwillingness of Pak-
    istan to buy Indian sugar at th'
    prices pievailing. Now. accord-
    ing to Csarnikew. aVevtew (No
    40). issued on February 28. "*
    good deal continues to be heard
    of the shortage of sugar
    and there can be no doubt tha'
    it is causing hardship amongst
    the populaUon With
    tion running ahead of pi
    that Rep .
    list of potential buyers ef assste
    200.000 .,oiy and
    demand sitsssSkea. skes
    be balam< f esufee.
    is the problem
    READER
    nom; .>ir;.v
    IH(I\HIN4, IT
    I III SI HAYS
    Ite-i-tittsf H\
    MILD
    Mil IOW
    MATI III It
    3
    STANSFELD. SCOTT A (o..LH
    YEAR OLD
    COCKADE
    FINE RUM
    FOR REAL COMF0KI
    and STYLE
    IN
    GENTS FOOTWEAR
    SWMTCM to
    LOAFERS and MONKS
    A FULL RANGE
    NOW IN STOCK
    - SEE THEM AT -
    DA COSTA & CO, LTR
    Dry Goods Department
    GODDARDS
    GOLD BRAID RUM
    TOPS IN QUALITY
    tops in FLAVOUR
    TOPS IN POPULARITY
    Just the BRAND
    for a
    TIP TOP
    PARTY /
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    T7
    ggHVAT, APRIL 23. mm
    Governor House Rents
    To Present Are Too High
    Police Medals
    SUNDAY IDVOi VTI
    PAGE NINE
    H
    ncreases ire loo greil
    companaon with the slight m-
    B EXCn LENCY the Gov- hous.-
    ,. BBorwIllbepmenungColo- t,. pi, ol ih
    |UI Police -Loon t-'""<' "* .heri ol
    '.,1 out
    (thai Body je-sterda-.
    /^ . at 5.30 p.m. ,.. of this, thi
    ftare will l*. seatlnn aocommo- thought the time as ripe ih,'
    **'"."" ?/"h .h SIS' a RCT1 "-"I"*. Bllt ahSuW
    ,*, care to attend the function .,! by Government to the Leg-
    MONDAV. May 1. will be a ',''", '"* ,h' necessary steps
    vorv busy day at the Gen- "S? '2 brin_'< ."" operation.
    1,1 Post Office More Postal *'," *, Tl"|;r '
    ***. ... ........ ... .... ....------i_. question. He said thai iH,...t.

    n-w will have to Ii'"brought X"?sl~n H Mld ,ht though
    21,IM^Postage Stamp Depart- ".. Occnponcy Tax had be.-,
    ^,lodel.th the cnwdThat SS^-thT Ve*ry ,.f Ih.
    JSi *"' '" '"' firs, Day J^J* had this year, !> n>
    Covers ot the Be. "ff" the tax ot ownership and
    On that dav the tint so, of new '""<' < '"' .'ear by half a cent,
    fesue stamps, made up of 12 de- though this increas,-
    ZSagliom both postage and re- sma". he knew that in many ,-
    Mur will be sold and the pres- stances house owners had put up
    a\ stamps in circulation with- 'heir rents In U per cent. This
    ,' n was ridiculous In hi
    an unnecessary burden on the
    The value of the new stamps poor people of the island who
    |1 be from one to eight cents. 12 having regard to the prese.il
    cents. Is. ** ^'e' ' i0 and economic situation, wot.
    IJW ilndlng || extreme!) dlfllcuH to
    A stamp collector told the Ad- ,ake two end., meet
    vacate" yesterday thaiihe l.s hop- at, I oped thai U,e
    ing purchase a sheet of each Government would , send
    BUnforFirstlDay Covers Som. down to the Leg
    a, ue art I be.added to his col- ,,...,
    ieenon while others will be sent f legislation absolutely ueces-
    " 'u"k STs'I '" " ' ,lm "m"
    ""He saW tht on Ihe morning of _ .,. N'" Rint
    (lav 1 He knows that there will ,dld '"" consider it w.is
    bTl rush for ,he new issues, so f''nl .lo' hous>' Owners, becau-e
    abart from uu*ng orders ha tnev na'' "" " <*"< the os-
    wnej to be one ol the first at the cu>"er had been relieved of Oc-
    St Offlce door on that day cupancy Tax and that they would
    r^m therefore have to pay a little
    A PAW OF PEACOCKS more than before, should In-
    and a squirrel have recently crease their rantl
    been added to Queen's Park's col- alarming extent. There was ce.--
    lection of birds and animals, tainly no justification tor the
    Neither has ever been seen in the present increases.
    Park before. Mr. M. E. Cox M.C P. supported Poid veiled tribute to tfa,
    The Park now contains two these remarks. He said that he ence in amusingly light vein
    monkeys, a few guinea pigs ami too was aware of the Hi told a gtoj
    turtles, a pair of rabbit* and a that was being taken M | opened the l
    liner, a powie and I crocodile. s of huiisi-s. He knew thai In llarba.lian

    night.
    I the dinner
    Potick Still
    Submerged
    ATTEMPTS to raise the
    d Y.-sterday
    * again
    Inner
    mage. On Friday i

    .ittomp! l> raise this sunken
    I and had succeeded in
    raising jhc m..-i abdUl 12 feet
    enter. The deck was
    .ibout 5 feet under the
    It was then discovered
    lhat progress was being hampered
    by the large amount of ballast
    which is -nil ijmn m the bottom
    of this vessel Divers were then
    ind had succeeded in
    pi rtJon. and
    :ht it was difficult to take
    out this ballast since they could
    not see when below A few parts
    l U" van now lie seen
    lying beside the vessel.
    All work was suspended ye-
    thc4 day is Mr Mut-
    bfaath, ht is the new
    owner of the Potick"
    Be guided
    MR. SAVAGE ATTENDED
    F.C.S.A. DINNEK
    tiik GOVKRNi !
    His Honour the Chief Justlo
    Hon. The Rt Reverend W .1
    Barbados were among the one hunan
    down to dinner ut the Combermere School Hall on Fridi
    afternoon when Ihe Barbadu.
    gave a dinner in honour of ihe visiting delegati ""* h*i)penin
    Fourth Conference of the Fcderatnui 1 I
    sociations in the Caribbean
    Bll Kxcellency the Governor.*------
    ho proposed the toast Tl
    Fedeiation ot Ci\..
    atlons in the Caribbean Are
    Loans For
    Labourers

    labour
    litter, a powie aim ltocckuu' en "i houSM. ii,- knew that In Barbi rd to biro ":"<
    Mr "m,s\,Su,'Tnn.'A,?4 ,' somr '!,S<1S- "" n{* >'*"' b*a with m ;,lbum and
    "* ? ".. V Advocate mi
    ilr of monkeys. He was given
    the pair of peacocks by his niece.
    while the squirrel
    British Ouima
    came from
    ....... ilfnatui
    lecesaarj wiUJ
    the brlnini into force of tkn.] He ttud tha
    Rent Etattiietlon Bill,
    the time
    ' SMAY LTNTON ,f IA *
    Christ Church, wax taken to *>* ",l ''
    the General Hospital shortly after reasonably w,ll, 11 he were call-
    8 p.m. on Friday in an uncon- '^ i I blfl rent, when
    scious condition his salary
    Lynton and Milton Breiwst
    Lod(e Road, Chrlal Church, who
    oe walking along Oistina Road.
    ere involved in an accident with
    bicycle owned and ridden bv
    Walter Yearwood of Goodla
    Michael.
    Brewster and Yearwood wen
    lightly injured.
    ;ith the da
    He sincerely hoped that even
    before the brincing into foree ol
    a Km l Rmtrtcgion Rill, ln.iix'
    uwnen would dlnplay some sym-
    pathy for their fellim mm and
    not make their lot in life harder
    than it ordinaidv would 1m*.
    AMYSIMtY SHOW, in aid St.inilp.ixts
    ol me St. Stepnen's Church The Secretar) of the Bofrd
    submitted to members a rec-mi-
    Bbm't Church on Monday, ,\la> 1, mendation that four standposis
    t'uesaay. May 2. and lire hydrants be installed on
    i thai his name
    That convey, nothing

    HoLinaii W.h.
    I
    .
    "I am only (.uvrrinir of Bar-
    bado%". ..\.<..
    "TetJ Wall' said Hit- man. I
    i .hi dw.>s leai out lln |r
    i
    \ilv 01 >u

    Vestrj Mel
    At Nighl
    Of that
    terday that he could only remem-
    I

    U
    Mr I'.:


    1
    OIiliiiir>:
    Mrs. K.M.I>. Simon
    i

    fund will
    the Science and L
    Hi. Ba
    witty ipeeoh
    that they hud djacuaai month, and ihe (ttatlibutlon will
    level the Holn
    Unlflcatton of the iiimsh Civil
    \ the BriUab v.
    Sevenl followed.
    Mr. L. N. Chenery pi'
    toast The CJoverninent
    Proteaor Lanan. wno will con- that part ot the vhlch _
    duct the ahow, wui be miroduct'ci had already l>een fully develou- Ci"'ilbeU replied,
    br Mr W W k.-i.,. k * _j
    B.C.P.", Soiiator' Generei. '" Thi, WM approved f' F''- "'""" *
    . The Board that JSJJt ""-' I Mr. '
    c" plans tor the oevelopinent of Ihe <-ivil bwvice Am.o,
    . u, .. prised lhat ho had been call.
    band had .

    Donkeys Are
    Imported
    SCHOONUfl bring donkeys
    nbourtnf islands to
    i' Haibados. Saturday.
    Mandalau //
    brought four from St. Vincent
    : p.m. yeeterdav, tw<
    old.
    ttmea brought
    UK) by ^peclaI orders
    but in many caae* they are just
    wrought ..ii the chance of theii
    Dealers in the trade
    eieti a teM the
    I lay that the tradi
    :!lv
    iMiied.
    rn"' i do not
    anecl Ihe
    ith fodder and walk

    Senooni iiioard tl
    Ma-idalaif // wen
    Ich ol the


    bnprigoned For
    Bad Ltngnage
    ' HA VI
    .
    1
    0 I
    '
    tent.
    Uoned bj
    I while he was
    on Arthur Hill.
    b dnued as I
    Dd taken to Cen-
    tal Station where he wi,
    BffCd
    ALNSLEY BAILtY of ChUTCh ,.,
    > View, St. John, was injui- ;,
    :

    ed on Friday when he full from ..." .
    a hcyclc along Coach Hill Road. '"
    It is reported that BaUey was go-
    ing in the direction Of St. John's
    Church whan hi
    dog. Dogs in this district have
    recently become a nuisance to
    both cyclist and

    ;
    upon to g ...
    made In tl to civil B .
    ,,, . continue wi*a * parlioipeiUon In poUtb
    le happened to be ., n
    Cltv of Bridgetown to the Bay ""' Whltl.
    - in the posi that thai was U
    case of the Belneld m rliy he had been called upon
    it was also decided, will be re- move that toast.
    D001TIEN RATS were eaughi moved to the Pine Estate as well He how. , oppor-
    * on Wednesday night in a when the main road connectlni tunity :o namlnd civil
    moosoose trap laid by Miss M. "|p estate with CoUymore RorJc that as these islands wen
    Wood of 8th Avenue BeUeville. hai been constructed. towards ministerial statu.-
    She told the Advocate vesUi- to COnnecl i- had become more incuin:.'
    day that the rats are becQining ^ruction ol Bay. the than to aim at toe
    a menace to housewives m that ""!' i
    totrict ana their nocturnal visits partment of High pharei of ami
    ire fnghtful as they can be heard Purl woul,i S,H"'1 '"' ,hls V and to realise thut theirs was the
    quaking and jumping all over '" "r,ler u! P"*.* new roads ro prlvliege of playing a most im- hiking and camping clu
    the hou*e at night. that more n. n moved por,ant pan in tb
    The majority of them are so 2? 9nort,> democratic community.
    * tt even'uio eabTuke no -2LS?' *.' .'.T The M'' C' A' -** """
    "
    '


    Hikers Wan!
    Kt'durtioii
    In Kail Fares




    friends to
    souti'i: of
    ?.'. Year* A| C'lUriMdM Advo-
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    >n there
    was launched from the
    boat for the Hover
    i to man-
    Ich proved
    .m end ii'
    i
    A wise mother lets baby decide about
    the milk lor bottle feeds. Lots of" energy, steady
    gams, contented days, peaceful nights these tell her what she moat
    wants to know baby is doing splendidly on Osterrnilk.
    important additions are made: Iron
    io enrich the blood sugar to modify
    the food for tiny digestions Vitamin
    O io help build strong bones and (
    v.ilv .Mtrmitk is made by Glaxo
    laboratories Ltd., who, *incc loos,
    have been pioneers m the develop- ,
    I best pi'ssible foods for ?
    babies.
    Why can mother pin her faith -o
    firmly on Ostermilk ? Because, where
    breast feeding is difliculi or impossible
    it ia the perfect substitute for mother's
    milk. Oatermilk is finest grade cow's
    milk, dried under the most hygienic
    conditions. The protein, great body-
    builder, is made easily digestible
    by The roller drying prtves* And
    Steady
    progress
    teJfs you
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    ounces with then
    discussed the que^.
    street liitlitniR ol thi
    roR Tllr; PAST two weeks, the Site- w
    * dock baa been undergoing
    tepaira and no vejaali have bee
    id he iiad
    i and give
    Jacked .rurin, ihai pviod. The- . ho pre.
    by n il ";il1 "T
    .iso from Hi- "- f-------v ot wo -land.
    tnii h..s ilrotdj ItCI ii..i o.i-
    i i
    the Barbados Civil Sor\'i.-
    allon In n
    COtt Ihut his selection to move .1 1 'ho'r low
    I'.lu- Civil Son bs Laltrlhiy her 1111
    lion was baaed upon Ihe fa.t that
    aw vewel whith wenl qn doek
    lh schooner Blue Noae Mae ,iso from ,ho t;.,s ;.,,,,
    The Seeretnrv told the mem-
    _- ... ,,^u. umm own. w ^ tnol on tne qilosUoii of tht
    tojttg placed under seelion 24 of inslaIIollon of rcruse binB ln the
    the platform while section U
    number

    themselves although they micht
    be ii' pnibad u I cttlteenl tj pa
    Police who had
    the in..
    ejjan In tha ion



    of worker. It wai nt without con
    . according to

    reports,
    Keulrr.
    Jke on vessels, but at present ,ne matter,
    era ire ncne rAdy. After some fHamiagJnn tht
    retary was instructed t"
    Dropoai
    Civil Service Association.
    EVERAL CARTONS of cereals ,ne 'matieT further with th<> tirement soon he was hoping that
    arrived by the S. S. Seo- chairman Ol I the Barbados Civil Service Asso-
    arhlch called here from of He.ilth and the Chi .-to make
    Friday avagapg, A r;ir> Inspector before any Rnal BOOM use of him in whatsoever
    eapi ied.
    I
    i ittlva bad u inontoui
    toped that thi
    affairs would euntinue in the
    !,__ '.........* ........' "" "'l llisin-v."! u>v* -.
    aige quantiu .,( household ai ,.:(| i reached,
    t*r*'-'i ,lso iandedv ____________
    aTS. Da Costa aim l'<>. Ltti are /.
    local a^.'nts ior tiie Seabreeze. lli'O t OV ^HHUI'
    ^ QBORGI LESLIE of Mahogim>
    I .in,, tm found guilty of havlnn ;,.
    in his possession a quantity of The Civil S.i
    uear ..long Victoria Bridge a was not striving after a frivoloua
    highway which was reasonably goal but after Bomethlnf that had
    suspected of having be^n stolen been found reas.".
    i unlawfully obtained. of the modern and civilised world.
    Mr L). IJ. Morris before whom Mr It. PadBBf Pani-. MailtaiJ
    '.erday. He was treated tbe case waa heard ordered hun of the Barbados Civil Service, In
    the General Hospital and dis- to pay a fine of 12/6. a speech of rare oratory
    He was feeding the The offence was committed on moved the toast to th.
    April 22. delegates.
    Ten iii.
    delej id were
    Although he would o into
    hospitality which only ki
    celved during i
    bados. I.N.S.
    Misfired
    :.ila
    i Corpus,

    i
    111 him 1
    MAN BITTEN BY
    DONKEY
    tJl HALL of Lodge Hill, St.
    IgweL ^as bitten by his donkey
    o Baxters' Road about 1 30
    iterdaj
    ("key when he was bitten.
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    PACF TEN
    StAT.AY ADVOCATE
    PBU, a
    u
    Hilt %Kt\M MOV
    Va*
    Bulls Eye For
    Mr. Lea
    ll> llnriirc I MorHjl
    Self Portrait by
    GEOFFREY HOLDER. Trinidad
    GEOFFREY HOLDER
    Clerk. Painter, Dancer
    II. JOHN HARRISON
    1


    I
    I





    oj th-'






    pretty mulattos li
    iiik that deeper and more poetic
    tilch *M
    . .MUk. but
    1
    |1 Ins eo-
    king him. I-*'t us
    ilh :ind count up
    |
    tali vorfc,
    though ii may be. l>
    . men would i>

    bnlque whim th.-

    ktta iht> iw
    . I :
    I coe before him.
    lemembri
    '

    he has completed over three
    hundred pictures
    duubl. which
    I
    explain the light

    -
    Mr. it jumpi



    a
    .
    1
    : a.i Kevoluti'"
    .....
    arntd to ude at
    pattt his .umraen on
    ranche* with cowboys and
    lie Heal lo War
    Bui painting was his i.nb.-
    ad magazine Lile
    a* vtnr arias*. h<* fW lha
    1
    with the
    ;
    After the war. be was h
    tainting the life of 'he bull
    . tie started '
    American trttfc* called his book
    the !> '*' ,lncP
    Hamlnfwaji'l Iieuth In the After-
    noon
    French Without Tear*
    More versatility. Novelist
    Moltl Ticfuali is Scottish born.
    :n France, and write* as
    easily in French aj in English
    She bag just published a novel
    hi June tie has a new one in
    English. Pirates At Mar (from
    Michael Joseph). Set mostly in
    pre-war HocttsOg Uu chief char-
    Since h- left Queens Royal
    Casts*** Hoa* i
    has been working us a clerk at the
    : Win:-ves. He is also
    vniuaily tin- vather'j
    I d troupe, and a.s gifted |
    dancer as ha \* a painter. Recently
    up photography an t
    with i>py facility
    * ho still t,nd* time I >
    in the Ion;;

    : acta,
    they should be. are take;;
    ind himthe gariari
    ng troupe. t*ie
    othy KirU with
    I
    il the modish Olon-
    Domar-
    tjues. at the work
    of Boscoe Holder. Of theli
    hesitation, no rumbling, i i
    . i witty in the colossi
    .
    B When
    he tun more
    of Trial | Mag id iheni
    and "!
    nc rtlapffftg of Mavis. Theresa and
    .ii Bgun
    - all are vivtd. well-painted,
    would embel-
    West Indian interior
    Yd. while admiring this work
    fd limits.
    I iiut logral tl i
    0 Cat unfilled li head, fa
    (.ending 0V<
    eaaa,
    Amcrkai
    amobtograpaj with) a Feather
    -. neti i>*
    oanaad a sinng ol
    One .-( her
    (...file to 'or pl.iv->
    I By made
    icrtuncs for BgM
    Little Minister Bj)
    over half a aaflaV
    All told. Barrie Bdrnod $l7.'.fX><
    l vear through their associa.ior.
    Billle was daughter of a far.mti
    American clown. aaBD Mass*
    Hillie She married Fl
    | :-.. i
    A King K iiieiniier* . .
    i..
    in, dire* t deacendan
    ol irw Pio^be- U
    tied by Cap*
    vrn langua*,*'.
    Ai-d-ii.
    . H
    by O. Khun, is bain edited and
    revised '/ Pliilii
    Graves.
    Stuart Chase, author of Th*
    Freper nix House, u<
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    By Professor
    S,R IANHELLBBRON
    D.S.O., F.R.S.
    WMBJ tM last " extended
    , uopical areas, the alten-
    S.locusW u[W
    it-bome diseases.
    *5,hHt malaria is without
    SSSt II arlccls Jbl" an'-
    EJrf the world's P0|
    "5? annual death-roll o( al
    "^'^ined from the bark
    , mcukI""" ee, in Java and
    J-Jb, wu the suppressiva .nun
    111 to combat DiaJ......
    But vrten Japan fame Into the
    JTwodiH were i-ut on. A crtti-
    ?,mSuOr;arole. and substitutes
    ^ to be found.
    Ready By 1943
    . SOME YEARS before the
    rS German chemists had pre-
    "JLances. pamaqum and mepa-
    01 these, pamaquui has been
    nuao to have
    - as an anti-malarial drug. On
    other hand, mepacrine is as
    Sfiectivr as quinlniv
    ^CDeraists. here and in the u.s.
    , to WO '-
    Wk,r and by 1943 there
    ^rc Mipplies lor the U
    Mtpacrlnr. however, has
    rrrUIn dlsadvanlasra. II is
    diSV.lt and rxpensive to
    BBOjBlscturc. 11 turns the
    Ala jreUaw. and in definitely
    task.
    Moreover, it doel 'i"t cure all
    Hams o( malji ui A more efficient
    uf was required.
    Tests on (hi.ks
    . THIS i HA1 LI NOE was
    Am up b)
    loving malana-nili' ti-ii
    n agents, they ceeded, in
    Kinptoducini: .l rel itively sim-
    coal-tar product, called palu-
    Mst.
    Plladnnc is thl
    rtive drug so far produ
    [Among other uuect-bonu
    u. BTpsjHMmlasis, carrier] by
    tsetse fly. Is for Equatorial
    fries lust .is devastating as
    The Scourge of One Third
    of the World
    SIM). 11 Mlt'ii
    i'\l.l l
    lV/> HOW IT IS BEING
    STAMPED OUT
    important specific
    drugs may be in combating mal-
    aria, tiypanosomiasi-
    diseases. the ultim-
    ate Koal must be, uT,ere possible
    Kimmation of the insect
    I"
    SuppJj Ston-ifd
    # this iiiungs me compound
    I'T. into Ihe picture
    I
    Up to 1942 ,,. most
    widclv used (or killing mosquitoes
    is extracted
    pyreOinim flowers, the bulk 11
    which wera grown in Japan.
    - 0 thai Country .atne into
    I .igamst us. thll m

    net taktn to
    increase the cultivation
    rum in Kenya and al the'same
    tune to ilnd a substitute.
    This !>rnuyht us to O.D.T., a
    ci'i/U-TrichloTi..
    It was not until 1939 that the
    value of D.D.T. as an insecticide
    used in
    Switzerland as a dusting powder
    to protect the potato crop from the
    Colorado beetle.
    Samples were llown into Britain
    'he end of 1043
    soon became evident that D.D.T.
    was unique as an insecticide and
    iperior to .my na-
    tural or synthetic material so far
    employed against a wn,-
    UCh as flies, mosquitoes.
    lice, bust, cockroaches, an i nan)
    ' ops.
    Perhaps the most import an!
    ability to
    lethal effectiveness for
    months 11
    1 manufacture of D.D.T.
    bOCOUna a n itttt of lirst import-
    ance.
    Typhus Arrested
    # THE FIRST full-
    1 i

    IMS.
    D.D.T. i-rijving from the
    air on a farm in Temas.
    S0O.000 civilians were
    by dustins with a pow-
    I Dt D.D.T.
    'lor attack on the louse,
    ;>>ius. quickly
    brought ;nder control.
    ah) the world's
    typl
    winter,
    otaacy ol
    D.D.T. in killinK lice led to the
    | | :: 1 O.i Sjar-
    ui iioiu-lme iroops.
    Attack Fran Air
    S> A A SI'HAY for the control
    1.1 other insect '

    WU generally
    log adult mosquitoes
    ' used,
    of all
    .pray-
    The larval stage of the mosquito
    ler. and D.D.T.

    quickly brought about a marked
    tH mosquito popula-
    tion.
    Then spraying from aircraft was
    nd lame mosquito-
    nutely
    By .!. from

    mini-
    mum.
    The Last Mosquito
    *) THE DISCOVERY of D.D.T.
    was soon followed by the emer-
    gence of other intensely potent in-
    secticides. Of tnese, special refer-
    ence may he made to BHC (ben-
    zenehexa-chloride), which is even
    man active than D.D.T. against
    one insects.
    These new inset Ur Ides are
    now being extensively used
    acalnst the Innumerable In-
    srcls which ravage crops, frail
    trees, and farts*.
    In the Mediterranean. Cyprus
    was malaria-ridden for cenuuics.
    hut it was not until 1945 thn/ the
    : :idicating all the
    infecting mosquitoes was consid-
    ered.
    This has now been done through
    D.D.T. and the last mosquito de-
    n thousand cases
    of malaria a year have been re-
    duced to 100. And of the 100, none
    is due to new infection.
    This triumph of modern science
    has been achieved at a cost of only
    a 300,000.
    what similar plan was
    started in Mauritius in 1948. Mal-
    nade its appearance in
    n 1885 as an
    if particular aavi
    Its effects are to-day reflected in
    the lowered vitality and general;
    ill-health of the populate ..
    as the high infant marl
    Decrease
    A SIGNIFICANT decrease in I
    the incidence of the disease bail
    Ban brought about, while'
    U the same time a marked reduc- i
    How fevc-carrying mos- i
    quitoes has been noted.
    Still another striking success has |
    been achieved in Bnt.sh liuiana I
    Here D.D.T. has been applied as I
    a residual spray to all houses and
    buddings and has proved highly '
    erect ive.
    At the same time. Itlaiiasis and |
    yellow fever, two other deadly !
    mosquito-borne diseases, have j
    been brought under control.
    It is noteworthy that m British ,
    Guiana infant mortality has
    dropped by more than 75 per cent.
    Similar campaigns are being
    pursued in Ceylon, the African
    ireece. Sicily, and other
    parts of the world.
    Blanket of Smoke
    MUCH ATTENTION is now
    being paid to the use of insecti-
    cides for the extermination of
    tsetse.
    Very promlaiug large-scale
    trials have in.mli been car-
    ried out h> the (.ovrrnntent of
    south Africa In /.ululand.
    Tree-top Hying planes were em-
    aid DDT. in the form of
    a blanket of smoke emitted
    through the engine exhaust pipe
    as a iwtttta, TO yards in
    width, upon the tsetse-in habited
    vegetation.
    Trained Teams
    HIGHLY SIGNIFICANT Held
    a Uganda
    ally tram-
    The experiments include the use
    - i anistcrs and helicopter
    spraying for ureas where thl buafc.
    Lilarly dense.
    rant urop In fl
    up to 98-99 per cent, can be
    but for final victory
    every single fly in the cfa
    must I t
    The task may, for the moment.
    Ix too difllcull, but already new
    insecticides, tnOCl lethal than
    .' u HppsauinsL and baa
    process of extermination of dia-
    .^ ill be re-
    lentlessly pursuu.
    The
    SLOSH U.K. FOOD
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    Hydraulic Tipping Gear
    Unlike the mosquito, hi
    flies attack both man and
    i-
    griping licknei _
    called oagaiu
    ittlc is deauh
    i fly abounds neithei < attic
    or other domi-li
    rpt.
    Ala result, vast tracts of what
    ajht be valuable grazing land
    e left desolate.
    Effective Dnigg
    fALTHOL'CJH
    bdNSS remain*
    e amenable to i ontrol
    l It is in in-nu lie animals.
    Isdeed. It b uiil) quite re-
    rentlT lhat an) effective drug*
    ant been aawevered ior vet-
    ioar> pursrrs.
    Cwolthe lir.-t reallj promising
    aajnees was phenanlhridinitin*
    I
    The use of this diug is not,
    wer, unattended by danger,
    it is definitely toxil
    id in Urge amounts.
    New llupe
    *RF-SEAHCH WORK goes on
    MMe.,. and in 1948 It
    need that ant that w
    tit drug, antrycida, h
    id with success.
    Aatrycide, which is comparn-
    gaon-toxic, bringi new hope
    the desolated areas now under
    LONDON.
    The hi
    iWn Tourist IDd Holiday

    : at "poor an
    food" in man

    the Continent
    inder the
    ii o. Sir i
    .
    of hotel life.
    port stated that it Is
    ..i'urally agread lhat lb
    British "luxury"
    i
    Liar hotels any-
    tha world.
    nut. added the repoi
    clear that the public does not

    and necessary in hotels outside
    of the luxury class."
    The Id nedy for some short-
    comings lies In the hands of the
    But action by the Gov-
    .....
    . i .
    the high cost of furnishings and
    equipment
    unable licensing hours, and the
    obstacle U> good calerng repre-
    tba 70-canti calling: on
    meals,
    The raporl listed
    tippuig, licensing; comfort, and
    food. The main points of criti-
    vtjra.
    Receptionthe genera!
    at visitors
    laal to be
    n
    an lg that a visitor is
    favour by being
    > i to a hotel.
    Food almost every witness
    Bit the TU-n':.
    on meals. Ovnreeai visitors feel
    i>eing "gypped" when
    re i howa i dm uu listing
    n| the meal at 70 cents
    and then getting a bill attic
    additional charges.
    Cnokmg it
    at breakfast was the
    worst meal of the day. The
    I vegetable cooking was
    very low according to general
    opinion. Moiled potatoes were
    generally wet and unappetising

    100 often were brought to the
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    which they had been boiled.
    More imagination might be used
    in rooking There
    was a lot of room for improve-
    ment in the making of coffee
    I was strung evi-
    denee to show thai there was a
    lack of inclination on the part of
    the staff to put than**
    in the ii.'.. hart. Bells


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    PAGE TWELVE
    >w u>vc
    SUNDAY AIM
    TRADE UNIONS IN THE COLONIES
    IIS (.11. Adam- M.f'.P.
    A <*-.->
    ._ Kh rrwd*
    n|W*IW I, l*H at
    ;h I. '
    EXAC I
    the til
    the Wmi i .
    somewhHl ii
    liiusioned mm. I had attend**! the
    General Assembly of the United
    Nntions oiie 01 the British dele-
    gation. I VI th high
    hope* thai an Assembly of tha*
    tort wou! show i self a means of
    helping the inhabitants '
    self-governing Urtitortes to attain
    as speedily u possible to govarnment 1 learned only two
    things at that General Assembly.
    One was tha' colonies and imn-
    self-fovermng territories were
    were more likel> to be uaed an
    pawns in the game <>f internation-
    al politics than anything else.
    Arising out of that and out of the
    other unseemly wrangles that
    took place and that take place in
    the General Assembly of the Unit-
    ed Nations, I learned what I Ml
    a the ph) -n M
    perhaps it is an ukaB. We ar*
    taught in ordinar> physics that
    the nearer you approach an ob-
    ject the larger it becomes. I
    learned that '.hv nearer you ap-
    proach great politicians the small-
    er they become.
    We colonials have come to
    this Conference because we feel
    that there is more to be gained
    by the solidarity uf trade unions
    throughout th< world than
    would be gained by discussions
    in the United Nations
    I am more than grateful to
    those speakers who have preced-
    ed me. those of metropolitan
    countries, who have in language
    thai COOld i"'t bo bettered by co-
    lonials put the re* for non-self-
    governing territories. The lan-
    guage used by Comrade Green,
    by Comrade Deakm and bj
    rade Rduther, among <|lhers, Is
    the sort of language that we have
    to use daily in our territories and
    the sort of language that we ad-
    dress to metropolitan government*
    in the hope that our lot will he
    improved. But I Imp.' that dele-
    gates will pardon me if I say that
    many of us In non-self-governing
    territories frequently comment
    upon language of that *ort: "VV>
    have heard it -
    Mr G H AIMMH
    I am an entirely different man
    to-day from what I was last De-
    cember. really have hop
    out of this Conference there will
    be so:
    social and economic Impt
    of non-atlf-i
    I am not going to apologise f<>i
    ax what others have said
    sough to speak.

    "
    FUgge W who

    own counti? on il
    economic plane. If I may I
    tell you the position in the West
    Indies I l.upe that I do not en-
    croach on unvthi:
    from o< in the West
    I speak
    in a general nbbean
    area. It ir- .curate
    to suggest U criti-
    cise the metropolitan government,
    and It Is far from true In our
    case that politics can be pushed on
    Ida, 1 niI I gr.mt you that It Is
    abundantly clear tl I
    of p-
    tension of self-government will
    them': i
    that we had al
    nieni In the West !n-
    .rrow it would not of
    itself improve the economic posi-
    tion of the working man in that
    I speak with some em-
    barrassment because Barbados has
    a greater measure of self-govern-
    ment than any other West Indian
    colony and. speaking frankly now
    as a Labourite I have no grouse or
    complaint We have reached n
    atagfl where it is almost self-gov-
    ernment, but that has not put one
    penny more in the national Income
    of Barbados It has not improved
    i King class
    man. and unless there Is a con-
    nomic side
    it Is Idle to have conferences and
    nak* fine speeches.

    I am going to speak bluntly, and
    ! hope that no one will be offend-
    ed I speaK as n brother to other
    brothers. We tep^dUta mere gifts
    We know that
    In previous govern-
    Wf rate, they are Just
    lonials quiet for
    the lime being Until recently
    there has been no general attempt
    on the part of any British Gov-
    ernment to build up the economy
    Baa, The dangers
    pointed out by some previous
    sady beginning to
    (Vast Indian econo-
    ,. British
    I has given millions of
    the creation of a Colo-
    nial Development C'>i .-.ration
    has already be-
    1 gun by join-
    tllStl and private
    new industries,
    with tin- ! of low
    d long hours. If we
    uaa we are hop-
    ing to brli Mi of our
    r\^f akes *hat

    that a speaker this periling was

    be rrltictanu of colo-
    nials thai
    rant Aft|r ill you who belong
    to metropolitan countries, who
    have known parhapf tan
    in some cases In time Of war.
    what it is to I
    ruling you. can naval qutta have
    the same feeling as we have when
    uuiu? incapable
    h and we
    Y.
    a
    i
    The West Indian economy _
    unfortunately too often a single-
    crop economy. Most of our islands
    are dependent on sugar, an
    tt cocoa Unless w<
    pa-si l liter-
    0< our island
    for ever a
    handful of persons in fairly com-
    fortable clrcurnsla'. I
    of thousands, if not hundreds of
    thousand in miserable circum-
    stances. The West Indie
    seen British, French and
    rlvUlaattoQ for centuries Ye
    be surprised to know that
    of that there are lens of thou
    doomed from the cradle to the
    grave to go shoeless There a as an
    old politician In tha We*' Indie*
    "*ho used as a slogan "I am for
    the bare-foot man He eouid have
    been for the bare-foot mar for
    300 ytrs becaure they are bar*-
    f-- met* and thev retrain bare-
    I men with all the conse-
    quencas of hookworm dtass.se and
    .- I all ihe mat of it.
    I thuiK mat l ougnt in this
    Ua to make som- i
    proposals lest I fall into 1th
    UK* of merely making an excel-
    lent peecO or a speech full of
    ex'-ellcnt ideas to b repaaicd in
    another two Man, or fou. years.
    or six year* with conditions
    iiinainjng th* same Although
    other Colonial* will speak foe
    thtnuelves, 1 would say that oui
    problems m the West Indies ore.
    as in the case of all non-self-gov-
    arning territories, largely econo-
    mic, but J must draw to the atten-
    tion of delegate* ir s, and esao-
    dally to the atte.itlon of our
    friends froru the No/Ui American
    continent, tha* f iolned last
    DM Cniled Nations with
    what I may say is the aiitude Of
    the in talking
    straight to Russia.

    I made a speech in whicfe
    that colonials were not tk i
    by Russians, or by the R
    friendship for colonials I believe
    that, and if circumstam as were to
    arise again to make It necessary
    for me to give a similar speech
    I would give that speech .but
    hundreds of my friends, people
    who knew me. and thousands or
    tens of thousands of colonials
    everywhere criticised me. and
    deluged the Colonial Office and
    newspapers in the colonial world
    with an attack on me. Why was
    if It is because they believed
    this Is what this Conference ha
    E)t to erase :hjt in spite of
    ussian mistakes Russia held out
    more hope for colonials than the
    I Utan countries of Europe
    A month ago I rag to
    and I endeavoured to persuade
    e of a trade union
    there who is a member of th*
    W F T.U to leave and lo S
    tins Conference I hope thai our
    friends from America will not
    likc this by way of offence *
    refused to come, and he specifi-
    cally said that he was not coming
    because he w.s afraid that racial
    discrimination in American unions
    was still in existence, and Russia
    had AO racial discrimination. I
    l se things lest we make thf
    mistake of leaving it to our oppo-
    to say Tu quixiue1 You
    say: 'We have forced labour in
    Russia' You have forced labour
    You have slavery in South
    Agir1 ca I b.:ve heard that.
    with examples given. I am sug-
    inlon that i?
    affiliated to this new Free World
    Trade ft ranee, or "he
    Congress when it is formed thaj!
    thev should m.ike sure that they
    have no skeletons in their cup
    board*
    I would make a further sugges-
    tion, one la-t concrete .lUggev
    Won, as regards
    u> help n i ing ierr -
    A F A.,
    the CIO. agaJ i
    Congress of Labour
    mould send observers to 000-
    if-governing territories The.'
    .snould sea what our trade union.'
    are like uid tee what help thr
    at. I say agao
    * money '.or just chant.,
    Vcti can help us with leadership
    ' den, ii.g for a moment
    thfct tha TUC has been tuiplnk-
    tne colonial trade unions with
    scholarships at Ruslun and things
    of that sort, but you hould on
    merely say that you are going t
    help us. Come and sec us Come
    via examine for yourselves You
    will not be poking your ..use'
    into other people's politics V *i
    will be merely doing youf dut> to
    tlie International Tr- -
    Movement. We will *>..
    I suggest thai thin you she
    Americaii I a ill be In
    - position to see the union* In the
    law attf-governing territories at
    work lust as the TV-
    giving scholarships to Auahin and
    having some of us over here m
    that we can see trade unionism at
    first-hand.
    I have outran my time I thank
    >ou very mucn and I do assure
    >ou that any ltiT.cishw that we
    may make, we make because we
    feel that it is not a question of
    ideology. If you push the inhabi-
    tants of non-self-governing terri-
    tories into the hands of the Rus-
    sians It will be because
    say: "No racial discrimination by
    Russia. At any rate Russia has*
    made promises and has not broken
    any of them." She has not had a
    chance to show whether she would
    break them or not I do warn you
    that to-day there are trade unions
    in the colonies that are still affili-
    ated to the W.PTH because
    they feel that the western world
    so far has done nothing to help
    heir economic position It is.
    therefore most essential that I
    should emphasise that fact.
    A Sense of People
    "The first step towards under-
    standing and guiding the reaction
    of the crowd is to gain an in-
    timate knowledge of die daily
    live* of those who make it up,
    o' their thoughts, hopes, feelings.
    hibits. happiness and misery
    Without,' this imaginative ty Mo-
    tion n is difficult To be a success-
    lul politician and quite I
    to be a great ana Politicians liv
    \v their sense of people and if this
    :nls them the--
    perish "
    Latdy Viasat Bonham Car-
    ter, a distinguished mambv
    of the Liberal Partv for msn<
    year*, talking In the BBC
    {-(gramme "I Speak for Myse.f
    In Canada ro-day Whit i On In America v>ry pw|(at of
    He's Happy
    If He Can
    Cats Above
    The House
    LATEST fashion among New
    York cat keepers is the
    -Scratch Patch", to save furni-
    ture and entertain puss when
    loft alone It consists of a boai^J
    partly covered with catnip Im-
    pregnated carpet and a plastic
    leash decorated with beads and
    bell.
    Dig Holes
    Frees JAMES COOPER
    lokovio -v rm tning heppe -
    I in Toronto to-dav that I have

    People at a Press Conference
    rowded round * shake the hand
    ''. Britain's moat Dopi.
    m an in Canada. 37-year-o;d
    F'hillp Pnesiman
    Bespectacled and sum with I
    resemblance to Sir SiafToi 1
    Cr;pea. he sells power shovel ex-
    jvatara. and wants to "dig ill
    the holes going in Canada.*
    He says his Yorkshire worke*>
    ii Mull worked so hard last ye.i
    that he has 20 extra shovels tf
    sell for dollars And
    each they are 090 cheaper that.
    .,v.ls
    Priestman told C.inat,
    no use Britons whimpering abaul
    VOW Ordan h'oing elsewlieri
    They gaua) raj and ;<''
    tha trade
    In Britain, we've got lat -
    physically and mental')
    through hugf of competiti(..
    Wen I ,et beck lo my works
    I m going to do some muck-shiit-
    ing and let in some fresh air
    And I'm going to tell indus-
    trialists that it must be managing
    directors who come here. Had I
    sent my No 2 I would not have
    believed his report of the tre-
    mendous room for expansion in
    Canada."
    Philip Priestmar and his shovels
    are going to shift a lot of dollars
    to York ;
    MishiiiK Links
    SEVENTY TWO YEARS after
    leaving Britain. Mrs. Louisa
    Sollitt. of Toronto, is going horn'-
    tc trace h?r ancestors and rela-
    Says Mr.^. Sollitt: "It's jus-
    curiosity. I have arven wanted
    tc trace my ancestry. But I w*J
    left with eight children when I
    mi 40. .m.l I never had much
    time.
    Now the children are paying
    for the trip just to humour me *
    Al! she has are tha
    papers of her father. Charles
    Spieer. born In Walworth in 1837.
    invalided out of the Hampshire
    Artillery Militia, 8ft. OJins. tul!.
    hazel eyes, and good i
    For fibuisa was only five when
    'he left the family home in Ports-
    m jth.
    Just a Pipe Aw.v
    FOB THE EMriRES first jet-
    mail flight on Thursday the
    Mayor of Toronto will light bis
    iiipe just before the take-off.
    He hopes it will -till be alight
    when the Canadian Avro jet
    arrives in Now York. 365 milaa
    minutes later, and he
    meets Itaj O'Dwycr
    On this trip, mail for Untain will
    oe transhipped at New York.
    But later the &00 milus an hum
    make the first Atlan-
    jet crossLig to London Air-
    One Rare Steak
    At 3s. An Inch
    From KREDH.K K
    YORK.
    It nit MM
    cess of Ph
    .
    telephone number. gaM
    how on the.r tclevisi in sets fn*
    from aa\-
    jili
    Hollywood is being urged not
    wax. an,i have epfftia*1
    hand.
    Alse ia Chirage a reit.iurani
    seven inches thick. Oai
    i LOl'lS ihe Courier-
    Journal, campaigning
    penalties on jrteWaig
    printed a list of names of
    who had been fined 35 and had

    Uie list Mark ft]
    ihe Courier Journal. '1 shouM
    practice a/hart i preachI wasn't
    intoxicated, out i
    than the traditional two boars," h
    paid
    In THE WHITE HOI B
    are saying Mr. Truman anli
    a "New Robeson" afler his con-
    aboard the Presidential yachl.
    On hu Florida cruise 40 ft waves
    snapped off the yacht's flagstaff,
    ripped a steel door off its hinges.
    tore a heavy steel chest loose
    from its moorings.
    IN NEW YORK 30-ycur-ol.i
    William Wakeficld is being called
    a "new Robeson" after his con-
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    educated himself for the Baptist
    ministry, has been in musical
    comedy since the war. sings in
    Latin. French and German.
    IN HOLLYWOOD Charles
    Chaplain II working on his nrst
    film since Monsieur Verdoux. It
    is the story of comedian who lost
    the power to make people laugh,
    24-year-old son
    rhO has his first screen
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    DABCY A SCOTT
    Vau.hall 14-6. food work
    in* ardor H P Harru Si Co. U"r
    Pi.a-1 Street Phone 4049
    IS 4 SO-dn
    me Chryaler Hedan Car. Il>
    nndtfr Sedan Car. <1> Pl>rrwiu-h Be I'u a-l ill Ford Sedan C.r ApBl)
    i' Hill, r o Cosmopolitan Garni*
    I-na. If 4 e
    MOTOR CYCIJ: One Bod Hunter
    -.,riat S>. h B with -iIn, frame, t
    Appl V t
    W. a CDrhir, DUl 34JB
    13 4 - 1
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    (MOiOUTI BAB.*
    By rrcixiaiMBidatium of Lloyds Afr.n
    we will Mil on Monday the 24th at our
    toaaaj H Hiah St. U boin ul Codbury
    ChocuUte Sale 11 u'clocR Term.
    m:\Mvli; TROTMAN i <
    AuctMncers.
    11 4A0- 3n
    UrsmmtCm of Mr. P C S Maflel
    A beautiful Impoatna bulldlna o*-er-
    looldnd Buckley Bey neat to th* tn-
    hed .tie of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly
    eanaaructed Fully fiimlahed complete
    with linen and cutlery ftudobaker
    C If reajulrod From May tat for four
    "a ata mantha For rurther particular!
    ippty to owner, phon* 17ST of BBS after
    4pm 30 4 30 ion
    F-SPSOIANZA Furrdahod On the
    beach Apply Lon* Star Geraa* St
    IWIiF/VOI-a BOI4F. Worthlrm
    from th* let of May, ItAO For 'urthc
    BaWMaaT. DW I1TI
    f 450 3.
    TARAWAY" St PhlUp Coaat Pull>
    fumiahad. 3 badrooma. 3 aarvanti room'
    rwrpacrk. Uahtiruf plant, water mill
    Ihnhiluc beach. Prom May 1st. DUl
    44: s
    SUMMKBHOSaT tltuat* at lUatltH'
    on the aaa aid* Th* houae contain'
    draw inc. dinlnc. br*akfa.l and
    .nd all convantancea Apply
    on th* premier? 1* 4 SO In
    fS barlm Advocot*
    _ a briSbt yound man
    ., a ub-BMllor Apply now i
    vtn full dotala. aa_'b* U
    mis*
    a train
    wrtlina
    Th*
    PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
    OH mBKlKA of -Chirovillc" Vppe:
    Qay id! .neax Eaplanadcl by Chiropractic
    method corraeta dtaaaaes of **- "
    noaa. -iroat, haafja, aaeaoeh. h.dr.cy.
    lower oraana Btal SSBi _________
    aOtTBtaUlt MO
    I^VDT rOELSON
    \IIY HOWT.V
    ; ,: v rfaUOBl
    tADTnODKaTT
    Slat May
    SSti. M-v
    |SBk Aaa

    VOATISOINB
    I^DV KXUON
    IADT HOOHET
    LADV NtXJOrf
    lADY BODHEY
    SBj Hi
    ffih Jii.
    rth Jut.--
    JTUi
    I lTth Ma
    lth Juna
    Bin JulT
    Tib Au|
    Urd Apr 13rd Apr
    :., -.1 tfth May
    l.th Jim* lith Jdi
    Wth July 1Mb Jul.
    i" BBM
    Slat Jun
    10th All]
    Bth Aug
    SLNPAY. APUU. 2^ ^
    WARD srENCER |_Tb
    Ms-iun si.
    Tor TROPICAUS, SERGtt
    DRILL
    GARDINER
    Ul va*i flt'ed with cold ttora** chain
    run on .pprerattan to r-
    AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AfenU.
    -Subject to chart** without no'"^
    bera. Paaa-Mer Faraa and ficiahl
    INSURED MOVING!
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER

    -ii eell *er......
    Lucaa Street.
    MOTOR CAR ft S A I M P
    -jvi owner d
    AreheT, Bedn*n A T-'
    . MM II 4 VI
    I Nta IS* OkaWreM Tnich <
    wmd order. Tyre* j.-xt BatUry now
    A Ooddtnf, Bank Hall C*
    It.4 SO SJ
    C F Oond mndl.
    SIN 4n

    at per let
    :1 f>Ul S40B.
    S3 4 SO-lr
    IV! STOCK
    On Wednesday Mth
    W. A tiriffllh A Co .
    (term al the wuik<
    rilch i".i
    EWctiK liandaa^ eompldM with i
    HP M.iiar and Bellina aiul Fllina Ma
    china. lH of Saw Hi.U>-> T>irn*r Lath*
    with life HP Mo1.il and M
    Startina Swilch*. for a
    or. Work Benchet. Mahouny Ited
    trad PonU. Mahoaanv. Cedar and other
    and Wooden BeH-
    .lra-1-. Tablet. Caahier'n D*ak. Cedar
    re... Grindiiuj Slon*. KailinB*. Show
    aa* and Door. Comprmrm fronlwe oi
    and many
    ale 13 o'clock. Ten
    BKANKEK. TKOTM.W A CO.
    \ i:. t inner rs
    33 4 50 In
    SltOP-rhtualod In Arch Hall. St.
    Thomaa For fuHhar parUculara apply
    Scat* of Burn Hall. St.'
    Mtt-lwerl SB 4 58->i
    K Cattlewaah. Bahhch
    Fully furnlaheal. aantaenina four bed
    niimt FTiridaire and all ".adorn con-
    rr May. June and J14V
    phona S310 Mm H Byno*
    IS 4.SO. 3d
    FLATS- On* 111
    bed room*, runnlna w
    l< down atalra wit
    further particular* ui.il
    DON'T WOBUIT TOfBSBl.F ABOl'T
    MOVTNO
    LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL
    YOUR WOBWIM
    Peraonal Superrlalon Auured
    Phona BBSS
    BABBADOS Fl'E-NITI BE BEMOVEB
    The M.V. "Daerwood" will
    r.itKo and Passengers
    U 1 Si Lu.-i.i. Si Vinoenl.
    Aruba.
    Wf-aBCTdav. 26th April, IfM.
    B.W.I. Schooner Owners'
    Association ilnc)
    Tat M7-
    r
    1REEN GATES Navy
    n .*hed unail _
    month* from May Bfe
    SEA VIEW GUEST
    HOUSE
    HASTINGS, BABBADOS
    1 \( I 1.1 I NT (1ISINE
    I IT I.Y STOCKED BAR
    $5.00 per Day *
    upwards
    (Inclusive)
    W. S. HOWELL
    ATI -.
    ApplJ -
    nlrs.
    FOR SALE
    BANYAN BACH n___
    1'itimi block houae iHiih (g?",
    b-drtmma, rcvepuon morn, t
    dah. howwr bath, kitchan
    with f rlf. lataa Bbrwaa -Unaraa k
    11.000 aq ft of Land [^-"
    w-atrr. ^ "*
    BLACKMANai s j--
    Btoiir liouae atanrUnc IB aaa-ii
    - '- '"" rBB, iirartar
    room, dimnc room. 1 kn_?
    I toilet 4 aa-nmta-^JJ*
    n bawd L-.intart, aaaar.
    ParCfl IfOUaK
    aaono Itoua*. atandiun in n a
    mid.
    il'iiinc
    ar.wtwi ram
    1 '"'--" bah
    GENTT-EMTV 10 knowThey
    can call and have that* Cothaa
    Tallorad and Banovalcd
    '
    Whether of!** or horn*
    rrTsssv-.-r-
    hMaan to A. Bailack fjCo
    Luawa Straet
    me. GEE., tka:vsatlv\ti FRENCH LINE
    Sailin|s t Plymouth
    c.ASCOGNE"............ April 26th 1950
    >MISR" ............... "*V
    S.S'. "MISR"Third Class Passa.es Available at $240,011
    ir-wnv,
    oiirt. Baraaw. claririctty.
    icIcpraMna Ii jpection by aapitaV
    Bth Av rwUrnBj
    Vinodan h.n .wnm^,-
    room, cloaed vcriULOea,. taBBaBa.
    mCAipanoy. UwBi. tolaH, vaw
    KI1NWI1HTH Pinfold SBjea
    bond rto i lood a tdBaBfl .
    rrptlcat room. :i bedrootr^. khtwa
    ectrtrHv
    cova sPHTNa houbi.il
    Jranai Two ilorvy item M
    ood houae. 4 bcdrooBia, Brka
    . db room, .rranrf -
    bilhrooma. ovcrktokini ata.
    DNi land, wBtar,ka,
    Oovrai Chrtat r:iiurph-ta kh
    ca. ana 3 X 1000 & 1 IBM -
    It alao T, acre*. S rn, 4 \^
    aerSfl i area
    We , 'lltnar- lh.y 9S. iawa
    ".iiip. and In thaCar
    *EAL ESTATE
    HOUSE atandtna
    nit I acre and S pen hi- ul la
    al Bridtrnaid. It Tnornaa. conUlilna
    m-loaed lallery, drawtruf and dininfl
    i-pina, two bedrooma. braakfjat
    'in ban, w..ier tea let and both. a.
    (tiaw all .hep and lamaa. tncloaad
    I cm ptdRBBtl
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    TAKf. YOUR CHANCES W I D 1
    \ AKE BUYI
    .., \ .
    Vouraclv, 1 *] An Excellent 3 Bed-
    . A-1 Con-
    ni p II.I An Attra.
    ri-.m ilaiar> BlonewaJI Hunaakit in
    lardana. For
    iblc 1 Bedi
    13 I SO In
    Fir.
    >i.ilf all'UBB an'
    Chandler SB 4 S4V I
    '. nice. Wi
    - it .

    1
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    1
    23 4 5 In

    1 %%su\ -1
    wiSi I II ANtOUS
    ANTIttfUKeV- ni evwrv
    1 Jr., rtne Stbier
    . 1 Early book*. Maaa. Auto
    at l.iirrlnaea Anllqua Stun
    il Yaclil Club
    IHI t I 11

    n0 Two 3 Bedroom Colladea 'r*aa!d*> al
    A Beaalde B nedroom Stone
    A.II It .fin..
    Viiythina
    ftral Extate a Spe
    Menu but Not Lciitftli.
    .
    Dial 3111 ..1 IT1I I. P. da Abreti
    A Tram- 1

    I.>.l St.
    I-.. .,
    on SST"
    .
    * Bon
    1 RIGHT ..
    Road. St Michael, atandlnfe on
    attar* (r. r
    la built of won* and
    I in* itallcry. drawiiuf. tii'
    awalrJaat iwaaaa, Pajtbrj kltchan,
    V a -aid buah downataira 4 bod-
    ;0oma iB with runiiiii -..laa- upatdiln
    Inflection arty day 'e\i*pt Biindaaa>
    1 ctw^wn 10 a in and S p m
    Tba atjovc wlU be art up for aal* l<>
    l-etitloti at oiu OMce In
    Brtddotown on FrldB>
    Hi. 5th May 1*40 n 1 p m
    IAKRLNGTON A BKAA-Y
    Boat. \
    I
    ..Al '* *t Nan Genlcr
    nrw-ly conatrucicd Throe Bwdroom.
    uiinhuj. water All nmoW-rn canv*nl*nc*i
    Gvs**. fruit trwc*. )
    :', ,k* Phone 4530 B U> t
    IB 4 SO in
    ritiUtl o- 14 .wnu per lb
    > Mb.bi-1 1 Bitor.. m John
    at-A.Sa.AB,
    rraJ Avaiwy
    ' iiiidi Bt

    rjtfl A few JolMiauu'j
    PahmwrB Dtol sbBB
    IkClr-U A Co Ltd l:i.
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    1 antMl .1 t 1 ia pai
    IT A N \
    D M :
    >
    SI I.IV1A BBS U 400 *ir>. with ap-
    r. 080 bearing- era
    no Uce Unplanied lan-t
    otabic for cocoa, aocoaiiuta and baaa
    Caatrlaa 0<
    ' main road wha
    o.ilea tnciamh the I' I
    ..le BBS f**t ilmr PM k
    11111 aifcniBf prlnB near by. t
    BValaaMS from powat plai.t

    Nurw.-.l.
    In;
    SO 4 50

    .. .an aid-
    ED I -M.Tr.H.
    in m

    I atci-cd >
    .MAN.
    Chef
    :
    1
    I 1. not hold
    it any debt 01 debt*

    w3m '
    I SB 4 BB4m. Bt John
    iczema Itch
    billed in 7 Minufes
    i I nilJIC VjiIHv of '>
    m recrliwd Ira
    I W Barrow Phona Bl 4 50
    DAI \ AS'ljaBO) PIP HW.r
    I' galvanlaed pipe tflc lo |1
    (.- i A BARNES a. m 1 Til
    13350- I f
    13 4 SO In
    ItBTTREADEI) TRUCK TYRES 50 t
    ;r t*S SB 51 S BIT 41 Jl 1 B4BB0
    i M SO SU BB Auto Tyre Co
    10 4 B0I f n
    lti*aa lo hand SSI SB cornplat* Dial
    a Co. LB* Btartrteai
    IB 4 BV-cn

    ni-ii-Da*Ki Brra. an the -.de. wi
    Prlv-itr carw. Aporn.'m.t.
    - quartar acrar At Iwi
    Bay. St ]
    awrrantB room. acrNwnla lolle*
    .id larpw (
    .rrtakeri Jpp.-.'
    II .-, Informattnii to C B
    Thr Fauna", Cheap-tde Pnon*
    Hi 11 4 50 1"
    I ha*
    been tnatn^tarf to offer for
    .... contfortabta coMage called
    -iiviatrd at
    It trma |allar*. dn.wWm and rl.
    H-iva. 1' b*dro>mi ''
    watar toltel ai
    | d.r keeplna foaia. Im-
    I BoaaaiMM
    For Sal Cotl" MISCELLANEOUS
    i Practically
    frb For Prefect Oar A, .
    tkrugBM
    SB 4 BB- In
    mhi-imith' t,
    i
    aUaj, (M)
    : SrVfai C*s
    31 4 50 3 -
    I'Borlaala. t. end other
    11.

    iiaaderi %kla Troub.cv mEii !/"?
    HI OS Dial
    3BT DaCDaU A Cw Lai Electrical
    Dapt ri an
    ST0). BOTSS AND CLAMPS Twrnt)
    h Btrei TV Roda Eacl
    DM Alan Thirty BU IBS
    CUmpa I1, I
    Th* above ran be Been al Bulkele:
    lot awe ahould be
    iwuurrr ol
    St Urome by tha 13th May 'Ban
    B 4 SB
    aoBBBB btmI other
    I Prtr* only IB centa par
    >ue frocer or On
    i
    BO 4 BB Bo
    AOCa>aBOBDEB--Por
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    MB .VET SjMOh. tt-a at the MO-
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    lO Own a IlliVU.l
    Ul -lcrrilar MtXEK ,x pr* deyalua-
    W.r ihean TO-DAY at G
    ; -IUNBON A CO LTD

    8K
    GAimiw iioaB-Two I
    rw.ll Inch RUbbar Hoc* Bt
    4B per 50 feet
    r, W IHI-
    CO LTD DUl 4183
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    II VKDrlAflR
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    nJOaSfPI Bi-wfl SI
    r.. WJbbMbbbb
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    Alao a Bnc I
    r^m
    l.fNtM TlBS--AJ*E*Ua. A
    TTNfl with hwta* w*- auibaMc for
    School or War* Thary a*.
    c.w. to atawry and ace Juat thr naht
    :0 c*nU each G
    lUNBON A CO LTD Dka'
    d'15TA BocabT "
    of tut aaSi
    mat IB R*3
    ned aid a*
    tructcd b. hi. U r*jS[
    l.uH* lO"' '^'om ~S
    ri. 3 be-........(It 0aw*j
    fitted wardrobeat HbbB bBwBg
    nU van*
    erraced rock IT***
    .oa c-
    rl-c--"-
    prat-BtT *
    .oil lar SSI
    aajB.
    nniDB9.CI II GiwaelJ
    H o a il Mb atj anSBB
    modrrit l i .loray home
    clone wall* with BdkaBRR
    -t doc
    1 r ,
    red at l
    F^TIlBaVt
    REAL
    w'e will as up for aale it public con,.
    netlUun at our OflVc No 11. Hlfh S"
    r.r.tertt.wTi on Prlday th* BJUi db] \prll IBM at B 3B p m
    Ail that three atoned nteaauaae or
    (iwrltlrur houae known a. The tVwk
    Houat and th* land thereto bclonaln|.
    ontalnln* by adrnaoaurcmaait S.BB4
    aqua** reel or thereabout:
    Apr. St Bridgetown
    Biapartlon any days ascent Sunday a.
    on application on th* prawuaaa
    For further parUculu.. and Condi
    at ip lor aal* at public
    ccanpeaMv.n al our OfBc* N
    Street awtdaMown, on Friday thr Bath
    day of April 1BBS Bt 3 p m
    A Dwelling houa* iformarly th*
    Managec'a Houae of OoodUnd PUnta-
    tkaj Paaiah of Saint Michael.
    with th* land an wKhrn 11 atanda
    admaaaurament 1 Acre.
    K...J. 4^b Parch..
    Inapactton any day betwem 10 a |
    aek noon
    For rurther parUculara and
    ttona of Sale, apply to lb* MB,earagncd
    Aaaj | r.HNr.5.1 D iSOnt-tT,
    law Straet.
    Dta. 3Bi: Br-toetowm.
    . r-tv

    SM.VT.R BPWAV
    o,. I. A -
    room aeoalrV ! _
    - ord-eMtg
    -"r.-ih farina; ea aw a-
    '-nOUMAIKA
    TVii-r*". Road Snaetowin-T^
    emyatod re-ldera-e * 3 nar
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    NBA IlF.NIW*--l^w*I,aWj
    buitgalow m aeleii '", a,
    araw. Well rteela^ed B*J-j
    tripled l. a rcpuiable a*-^
    Contnarbtn 3 bedraOj5
    louaanjSBi
    iltad utichon. tBBB
    araga.
    amwaiu' quariarB etc
    BEAI. ESTAT1 *
    AaeliMeen S"^S
    Phone tHr
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    7T
    IPNDAT. Al'Kil. J!. i;i:.ii
    <.OVEH.VMlv.Vr \OTIIS
    si Mm IOVIM
    PACil
    DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    Exhibition of Handwork
    Tl^rc will bt .hi ! ..ndwork done by Elementary .
    .^..j Teaeher* " ""' E'lst'-r Vacation Cour I.ill Boys'
    2i on Ttamday, the 27th April, 150.
    ^Tje Exhalation will be open irom 10 a.m. lo 5 p.m. No iharge
    ,0 be made tor aumi
    Light up-and smile!
    22 4 50 2n. ;
    HOUSING BOARD
    Vacancy for female Clerical Auistant
    Applications are invited tor the post of Clerical Assistant (female)
    ..... Beard
    nstaiag Board.
    The salary of the post, which In non-pensionable and terminable
    j one month's notice on either side, will be at the rate of S4S0 x 48
    '"Applicants should have a knowledge of shorthand and typing.
    Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi-
    _- together with copies ot testimonials, should be addressed to the
    CtMT, Housing Board, the Garrison and will be accepted up lo
    4 pjn.or.2etr. April. 1950. ___________ L'n 4..*)_L'n
    POST OFFICE NOTICE
    New Issue of Postage Stamps.
    A new dciinr.ivc Issue of postage jnd revenue stamps comprising
    y drnominations will I" OJ Post Offlccs as (rum
    Honda)-, 1st May. 1950. This is a pictorial issue with the values
    ^j^gjed in the decimal system as follows1 cent. 2 cents. 3 oaoll.
    i cents. 6 cents, 8 cents, 12 cents, 24 cents, 48 cents, 60 cents, $1.20
    nd $2.40. The present issue will be withdrawn at close of business
    on Saturday. 29th April, 1950.
    FOR FIRST DAY COVERS
    (1) Advance orders from local residents for Uwtl
    panied by full remittance will be received at the General
    Post Office up to 12 noon on Saturday 29th April, provided
    they are for not less than
    (a) a complete sheet (100 stamps) of the values from 1 cent
    to 8 cents.
    (b) a complete sheet (50 stamps) of the values of 12 cents
    to 48 cents, and
    (c) a half sheet (25 stamps) of the values of 60 cents to
    tt.40.
    (2) A receipt will be sent and must bo preserved.
    (3) The stamp*, will be put up in sealed packets and delivered
    on 1st May from 8.00 a.m. on presentation at Poste Reatante
    of the recsipt referred to This will be detained by the
    delivery clerk in whose prmncc the lUmpi Miould be.
    checked.
    REGISTRATION IN BULK
    Persons dosirini: to register 25 or more envelope! will be supplied
    ta, advance with numbered reglstratloi ecei|
    HWibered label?. The labels will be affixed by the sender to the
    litter intended for registration and the address, abbreviated, tilled in
    ea tae receipt.
    Uittrs duly labelled and bearing the correct postage and retff-
    tnOonfee. with receipt in duplicate, will be presented at the RegU-
    irstion Brancb for acceptance. Aitei verification the original receipt,
    date stamped and signed will be handed to the applicant and the
    duplicate retained n an offlci
    General Poit Office,
    29th April. 1950. 22.4.502n.
    Dim lighting u bad - for your eyes, for your nerves.
    tor your general well-being. light up then, and smale
    with Osram, the bright, cheerful lamp.
    VISIT the beauty spot of the Island
    IIM.I; WATER HOTEL
    ItATIIMIIHA
    This a I is situated in the
    . u ' ttSRVAl IDMI
    : iviauso
    chad Bar.
    Enhancing Your BEAUTY
    Is Your First DUTY
    Be sure to visit the Beauty counter of
    Collins. Broad Street where you can
    select the fomous:
    !i>oWUvtj CftAASA jj-.lliV
    BEAUTY PREPARATIONS.

    i.i\i.i:i >i < \itii:is
    Siiea: 9 ft. by 71, II. and 10". fl hy ft.
    LINWLEIM L> mill's 6(1 wide
    All very reasonable In Piico.
    katfkkat
    IMC
    LIBHBTI.IJ
    10 11 Koebu.r RirVtl
    puniat
    \1W
    THE CITY GARAGE CO.
    BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
    -,- MWtMmwC. THE QU.UM. IUCIMC CO. 1TD.. Q> BKUMO
    .'**.'.*.'.:'A*.*'..*v,r*s.
    poi.m i tiArrtc \ou< i
    OrBMNG OF TIIK LEOISLATIRi: BY HE. THE GOVERNOR
    LUQULATIOIN Section 38 (f) ol the Pfl
    lies-:
    1. On the 25th April, 1950. no vehicle shall be allowed to enter
    fee Public Buildings Yard between 2.15 p.m. and 3.30 p.m.
    2. Drivers of vehicles conveying persons to the Ceremony shall
    eater the Public Buildings Yard by the South Gate in single line aim
    after having set down the occupants shall immediately leave b) the
    Horth Gate and park as directed by the
    3. After the Ceremony driven ol vehicles returning for their
    ecupajits shall enter the Public Buddings ~>ard by the North Gate
    and leave by the South Got
    4. No vehicle shall park in or be allowed to remain on the
    Public Buildings Yard between the hours ol 1.30 p.m. and 3.30 p-m.
    It. T. MICHEUN,
    Commissioner of Pol
    Police Headquarters,
    Bridgetown,
    MndAitu). 1950. 23.4.50.2n.
    PART ONE ORDERS
    lb
    Lu.ut.-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E E.D.
    Commit riding,
    The Barbados Regiment.
    I No. 16 :::: 21st April, 1950
    '- fAlADI-
    lrtay. 25th April. 1MI__Inspection by the Commandant Local
    lorcw on the Savannah. The battalion will parade on llie battalion
    Paradt ground at 1645 hours. All ranks are reminded lhal II
    BUNiliury parauc. and that they must be punctual, and that any
    ^lunuer who absents himself without leave or reasonable excuse to
    * Sitisractmn ol the Commanding Ottlcer is liable lo a Ar*
    etlon 14 ,| (hi Volunteer Regulation-
    Drew: Other Hanks la. Hoots. Short
    Pa^Bells. Progs and Berets. Belts must be properly balanced and
    a polished Medal ribbons will be worn.
    VOltMAIlt (I.AS.SKS
    There v. .11 be voluntary classes tor Olltcers and N.C >>
    J. 24th ar..i Tuesday 25th April, 1950 respectively.
    N.COs ore ki lo read and learn Rifle Lenon 17 and Rifle
    lanon 46. N.co. .,,ii bs- asked to teach the abova lessons cm ihe
    hi and mi ihe Thursday ot the C I. F inspection.
    rAMTHI.I I-
    All ooVers, W.Os and N.COs can now draw the following
    wmphiti, ;
    L.M.C.: Rifle & Bt)
    Will those who have not so please draw these
    WETS MEETING
    The Annual Itegim.nUI Athleli. Meeting will lake pltO
    y"*0" "" Saturday, Uth May, IBM. commencing at 1MI
    "nonnel ,, ring Wlll sllt,ILiLi th, L Comda.
    "late, than 1900 hours on Thursday, 4th May, 1950. Heals will lie
    nm OB on Monday, fith Mai, 1950. commencing at 1700 hours.
    "OVA!, u it i.....isium cm competition
    Tht ihool between Ihe Offlci n and lha W.Os and Bar*
    "Royal Leicestershire Cup will lake place nl 1530 hours on Wednei-
    *. !th April. 1950.
    LOMl BASIL Bl.\( KViOOD CUP
    Tbe Loi I Has,1 Blackwoad Cup was n b) U C I' Neblett.
    OHD..KI.! OFFICE* A OKHEKLV MEEJEANT FOE WEEK
    nmo 1ST MAY, 1950
    WIRE DISH COVERS MARBLES
    LARGE COCKTAIL SHAKERS
    CLEAR PERSPEX SHEETS
    These Goods have just arrived (o
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    l.icul C E Neblett
    235 1. S yuintyne. K.
    M. L. I) SKKWES-COX, Major.
    S.O.L.F. & Adjutant. The Barbados Regiment.
    NOTK I -
    The monthly Mess Meeting of the ODkers' Me will lie held
    SaUiraay. 2Mh April. 1950 at 2015 hours. Honorary Members may
    Uenda; 20);
    Enhance Your BEAUTY
    with these
    MAXFACTOR Products
    Jj* Powder Brsuh^
    "" "ctor make up Blender.
    Almond Cream.
    Honey Suckle Cream.
    Astrigent Foundation.
    Face Powder (All Shades).
    Pan Cake make up
    (all shades)
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    n'Tilnlnf \
    ' '-vlraci. Nux \.; Iniiit-aled in S
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    Broad StrMt and Alpli* riurm*cy. lUkUnga.
    ^-.-.-.*..-.-.- -
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    \\'i> M< lfiQUn>
    FLY-PROOF WIRE
    al II CellU per g. II. The Ideal malrrljl ..in mil ,,,.,
    \. B. II O H E L L
    "ul '''"' l.llinlier unil llanluure, Bay Mm I
    CARLTON WARE"
    Bum Hc.iiiiiIiiI CoBm Seta hava m-i been
    U'.lllCll 111 u..
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    9m .mi -lioii uindow ui ihe Barbados Aquatic I in.
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    of
    COMFORTER
    QUILTS
    Chintz ond Satin Covered in two
    sizes.
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    is III III -
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    ~l \li\V. APRIL 21
    I'M.I ~l\i
    DAY ADVOCATE
    INt
    Gl IDE
    VOTES
    Kitn.lniMit'
    Mi K I
    da Bt St
    School <35tr.
    (MtN nts spoke
    "mm-f and afbrivards took part
    xing
    A. W. S- < '*n-.iMdon-
    -i M Guide* at Queen*
    COlles* 'lit Guides' The same
    WMranon Mm Sr-.lt enrolled II
    Q.iren's
    (.mp at Ml. TaUr
    - Itlh (St.

    School.
    from 8th
    Ml Tabor. S*
    John, hroni 1-ItH 17th April Muj
    Black man
    -
    :es. made
    .11 the
    Camp, but owing to I

    Mrs Saw
    mission*';
    Monday. OlddM
    were hapi
    Wkm
    I
    hike (or
    -
    April, 1st
    Town at
    8.90 and after gel

    ins the i .in hour
    n( them
    pasted the Fire lighlini
    plan !' v

    The; (..rl OmMm Fair

    Scouts Wear Uniform "
    It ail > \nlis
    All DayToday
    ST. GEORGE'S WEEK will bt ebrated thro
    ,.nd Irom to-dav, 23rd April lo Sum
    ''liurch Parades. Camptirr.
    Ai: Sti Horn of Hie Movement will from
    Sunrise to Sunset to-day (St Gt
    least one service during the dav
    U ol the SOUTH W.- _____IligJI
    [STRICT will parade a' s IN-.1KK I
    r. 11....... r. are pome ol
    Police Seise
    Chm-ch Coflicti
    .-I ..I Tin- l>l\m-
    pians'*
    r> Am hi it BM ami l n BERLIN *>nl,
    ran *? >*" *""
    [Ha em marks of a church collection in
    ew EnilKh os.. I
    C-'ur wSSl ffi
    libretto b, J. B. P ''. ",',,SS^
    broadcast Uv the Bin !' ...i.ehcal sposMa-,
    comin, week m Run, Up the " "f'",, ^'church could not
    restaurant to hear
    Um
    ANNUAL DANCF.
    t uk cariiJ>.ti* 0Oa)WH '
    . I M.I
    CuluUan IM- or.
    MU> April. .* Vl
    I
    Ptoaa. mviu paw f"**-*"?
    IIIIOAHWW SELFATIOX
    Ml.,,\ SMMBHK > " P*lr all Shades
    II \-TIC If" wife in tUtHs '":' !'" Plak Me. sst ^
    BOYS PLASTIC BELTS inultl colour 34V. each
    VI It I r KIRIM'N in Red. Black. Half sssd Green
    READVM Mil -I'llKT WF Ml KIR I Mill AT TH[
    IHtOVDWV. IMtISS SIIOP
    rge's Church at the ..
    o'clock service today Thev will major activities to be cai
    assemble at the Y M C A Pto- '
    fold Street, at B 45 am and during the welt
    will leave by bus for St George Saturday 29th An Ii
    composer has chosen the mm nnt umm ,,
    .T^J! ,lr.ry PW* "" through loudspeaker* At
    the end Broadcast lasts for d full hour
    turned up
    and confiscated the i
    and begins at 0 p.m. on Monday, ^..^^n on &<. groundi that *1t [
    oiwtnallr. Bus fare
    only 9d each Colours will ,
    "mnbooks
    wilt be used.
    MM SHOW AT SCOIT H.Q.
    On Friday night last, through
    Uw British Coun-
    CTltative. there was a

    at 8 oVIock
    interesting programme
    ed and included twe
    1 p m
    ', Night'
    1 the District Admi>-
    be free of charge to Seoul*
    and Scouters in Uniform.
    Sunday 30th All Groups will
    their own places of
    and Good Turn Campaign*.
    OVEMEAS NEWS
    The following message has
    was illegal to collect MM
    ide the chun"
    =5= ST STSE
    bon scenes of recen.
    it activities in St
    .Hid some scenes taker,
    l : Indintrial BxhlMUon
    The programme also included
    . ivs, and the Alms Sea
    Scouts. Holiday at School and
    Icouti
    The last named which vm
    lilmed In England, showed the
    uf Boy Scouts and the
    help the. gave in rc<-
    ilrowning hoy from a
    he IncWtflt altiacted .
    Bd the film l.
    tt cepted inUi I
    v -ted as h
    r the W-irMwifir Broth-
    ' Beoutl Admission was
    the Chief Bel
    The FtaUvaJ of SI
    has c-me round once more
    live as he live^
    "and show his courage and
    "steadfastness in the
    "dan-"
    mmon-
    J4th mst
    William Wordsworth
    The centenary of the death ot
    Wordsworth is being celebrated
    Day, 23rd
    April but the BBC will be broad-
    casting several programmes during
    the whole of the coming wees
    celebrating the poet wh
    ranked with Shakespeare and
    Milton as among the greatest ol
    poets. On Monday. 24lh _
    at 9 00 p.m. there will be a feature ,^ "ij"ii om Mews Am
    programme Roth., Revisited' o lur. '^Ji,%^^irVS
    which pays special attention to _.. gisaday aOTrm i m> Thr NVu'
    the Uke District and includes *io o nj J*B*B,1/ro?..!'
    readings from The Prelude,' as J^ Bandbox. aji)np.m ~ *
    well as reminiscences from Words- Houm p ' Th n- :o p i lr"fli
    IS p m. Vole* ol !H* Violin. 00
    B.B.C. Kadi" hlQlI
    -I MJ APBIL 3. l*
    T i.m. Tta. Nw. "
    M Edito.,.1- n lo -m. Pro-
    aranvmaf Panatte ll Arc""te-wi
    lniarlu4 m. Frtun tn* cniaantn-
    Hour 1 in Clow Down U Noon Tlv
    \\\\ BKIIMOVA
    SnWI f Danrinj
    Mum miiiim.
    Friday. April ?81h at
    4 34 p-m.
    NEXTTF.RM I ",tl IJCaW
    *..!iird*>. April tsth.
    a M a-ui. to I 04 p m.
    al the AQIAT1C t XI B.
    ""' " -2n.
    worth's contemporaries, such as
    at. R '
    HARBOUR LOG
    IN CARLISLE BAY
    De Quincey and Christopher i^- ?> p m Are.Trt->r. im-riude
    Vorth On Tuesday at 5 30 pm. P Pn*nj!!?*?ii *B pm^S
    A. P Ryan will give a talk entitled g^ZK ii^rV im m,.-i Kr*m
    vering Wordsworth' On 8aopnoaa Quartet. T p.m.
    Thursday at 5 20 pm Own rill J-^tX^ vo
    be a reading from Word.ivorth's *.imuo >nd u
    Ode on the Intimations of Im- Li0.r^UDT**tn"
    and on Saturday. 29th puyiim*
    l.-hael Redgrave will read
    N4-- AntUrsW I I P -
    Vaaaa*. 7 * ,i

    IN POKT Sen \.r...iiirj.. Sch
    !'> E.s>rdn, Sch
    W Ir- V tm Worti'i Sch
    afnutnuail Norton Scti Burma D. Sen
    --------------------------- fi-ns^o W Smiln s.
    anulh. B ft Sun Mont. Srhoonrr
    i>n -Saturday. Maw*** i-otibat. sen MwajUv
    excerpts from Wordsw'i
    Prelude.' at 5J0 pm.
    Britkh Mnlor Show
    New York
    ISIS pm I
    pm. Jourr
    Nw..
    OfrTOH
    WRVL is a
    It TJ Mc
    Mc. WB'
    mission Ol ' ( "' I J Connell ,..d
    the Fair this year will be at th-
    ru are well
    Bull holders '
    . with their preparati"!
    e. with 3 spead ^>
    gear- and all H s
    mgs. is lo be raffled It Martin
    t the Pali
    this raffle arc on sale at the Guide M v
    r Shepherd & <
    M-n T.
    s. ..-
    Norlmi. skhawri-'
    ' W|lt- Sen Uniim
    , S Sch laodr /
    M-iniftt- M I
    ARKI\ \l I
    Capl
    |..-.|.\i XPKl
    / a.m. Tbr Htm '
    Another feature programme in i^*, m m. u.ter*r- cimc*.
    the coming week is a half-hour
    sound picture of the British Motor
    Show ii New York. Listeners
    will hear the views of buyers and
    From the
    n exhibitors and learn what
    r- Ptefwa il Intent-.! '"
    Editorial.. S10 am Piosram
    li am. H< '
    a ii The Mui* ot Sid Phimpa and h
    Band *m. Clow Down II Noon The
    1110 p
    I Paj
    I IS pi
    Hu
    II It I
    !<-
    Trlnid4l A*.ii

    t.tl
    ALTO*
    ;'.-
    iiipvun >
    Imly Joy. 46 bra tlipt Paraor.
    Mr n L Joim-
    . Capl
    _____ Ciaao I
    vim ID om Radio N*--t*i 130 p.m.
    Tip Top T
    om Horn. N< n *> Pm-

    | () tt, Prom tlsa- tni
    i p m Tha New

    . Parade. S
    1--
    l-.ria
    (III KCII SKRVICKS

    \'i.i K *
    Bda. a't'> 1
    The annual m.

    : i* held
    -H,* A

    In Touch With Barbados
    Coast Station
    CAJUX and W
    ha naalmliii '-<> advlaa Utat and rorrlin ''' "* *"1"
    , II i Bartaadoa CV -
    ,a *s Rlvaarradi SB AS--. Pacinan
    S S Villa ". -.aabimr
    I RuMiia SS f I. Va^blL.'.
    -
    Paniar. Hrlana. SI
    ...
    .. , ., .. ,.. s Walkoam. ss \ ,. Hajdlve-. St 9 Mea|n-
    -.. n n Raban. S |
    ,H ThaJma. IV Iid.
    think about the outlook for British
    West Indian I \..<
    Caribbean Voices' for Sunday.
    mt includes a po>
    sequence by Doreen Qi
    though .-. B I i'p in. <
    II be in- WJ
    teresting to see what effect her pm Radio Newreai usj
    lire hu on her poetry Th will Jjj-j p~ Jj tj, Jjoej^J
    be the second half 01 the pro- SJ^iBa. Pm Th* "' ,a, pr"
    ..ramme. the first beinc U1 arnus- Home Naw. from "r>ui" lo.js p"
    ' ^^Ih '"sur^ "l l> m The |
    Trinidad. It begins -t 7 15 p.m -
    Plae olj
    S pm.
    The Net...
    Annual Dance
    of
    HI (-AKVr.R I MM D
    (HR
    To be held at the But
    Lodge Room on F
    Mil) 3th. IBM.
    Mr ( Bi..rs. Orchestra
    Dancing S p.m.
    ADMI>Mtr\ J/-
    DANCE
    Sponsored by
    1IIL HI.MIII.Kn ill THE
    uij U BPOTS CLIB
    Queen's Park, on Sal
    NlRhl. 29lh Apul. 1950.
    >i Bst urnoN ti-
    vtt,. ti Mr I'ir.N Qr.aa'a
    oiiamn
    .
    We anain have in slock MOSQUITO
    NETS with Kiinnd Hoops. These have
    lint been nblainahle for Nome tint,
    .mil yon are advised lo call early l.
    make Nitre that you tfet one or twfc
    r.iiiiili! heil sine________jli'liO
    Double bed size_________Sir.73
    CaveSh[pherd&Co.,U
    10. 11, 12, 13 WOAD STRHT
    I For Interior decoration of Halls Ceilinis we reeomme.4 ...
    MAT1NT0" FLAT
    OIL PAINT
    | Stocked in White. Cream k Gtm
    In 1 gallon & ' gallon tin
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