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PAGE OGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Turnsnw U'IUI H Aga Khan's Palestine Wins 2,000 Guineas Breaks SunnUirs 1913 Record NEWMARKET. April :>(! THE AGA KHANS grey coll "Palestine" lod.,-. the Two Thousand (lumens, the firsl of the 1950 da a short head from '' t duitaogar "Prince Simon after a photo finish. "Masked Lipht" was third. The time of 1 min. 36| sees broke the record for this classic of 1 min 37J sees., set by "Sunstar" in 1913. The heavily backed "Prince Simon" started favourite, and coming with a tremendous last minute rally, almost caught the 4--1 chance "Palestine." Only the camera could separate them. U.K. Pressmen Impressed By W.I. Play LON!X)N. April 25 Despite theIq enditions unrier which ihe West Indies began :actice game. British flani American coll. responding cricket writer* wire very impresgallantly lo the whip or the Royal ed bv the tourtnjE learn. J*y J"TT. C rT \5"^ l *" 1 }. a Undc) „ ,„..„„,„ wonderful rally up the hill to the • %  they w.ll shake u. when the? post. ; n d u as oiuy juat beaten. -T ? ,.., ._.„, (jr-ohh Thc American was not well M 1 ," tcenth place of the 19 starters, wrote: "wc saw butting and bowi** The also heavily backed Maxkni Light was favourite until the I--.' few minutes before the race Started at 7—2. He finished five lengths behind the American, who %  i out of Ihe JL 13.000 prize by a short head Thus the three best backed homes had, as generally anticipated, the race to themselves with a furlong to go. it looked as if the Aga Khan's grey son of Fair Trial would Win comfortably, as both Princr Simon and MonJccd Light were under pressure, but the lng which made us look forward a bit uneasy towards what might do to England in tin Thin is i laun tcemUi 1th ptraonality and n lot are going to shake us up Ufel cricket sean.ii." Alex linnm-": M BM 1Mb Mail H rprlKd th3* playan an such a| lions with n ;'>te It was far too cold even for the weather-iur-ientti ( Bannister nothing more plnaaing. yesterdl Die inniniis of Ken right hand but "ho only recently recovered Cram mi. m M< moveii ktl like quick:-, Hilly a batsman ol Uh Weekcs, Walcott and Worrell. Brilliant Another baUHUfl who the eye v. .,< the brilliant ster Roy Marshall, of Charles Br*> w rota In the Dally Herald: "he Umad UM t.nll pei fectly. drove with diacraUon and generiilly looked l 11 class bataman." Michi.cl II) l>all> Telegriaph West Indies aCldlng %  the tieldIng w; %  : ard si predet* .. ill be quickl; rfc keters throucfiiQiit the count! and (rQam fingers it would be IJj Daily Kxprea* n "managed to make <)>< txill flv occasionally —Realer Although large parts of Britain were under .•-now. the sun *as shining bnnhtly and the going was %  00*1 for th' race. The Aga Khan had previously won tlic Guineas twice with OSOBNOH and Hahrani. —Reuler. \ acht Racing On Saturday Romero Named \o J. for drown WAS!" Lull ; Bantam %  in London Last nlghl %  Hw IN Associ i %  two and Luu> Gal' i.umber 3. t anton. who n i %  title in Johannes! ui >: on Is not incluit' %  NBA headThe N B A in the %  %  ui Ray pions. Sands. Australian and British %  at by Jake U Molta He is followed by Tiberio Mitri. ol Hah Belloiso, of New York, and France Laurent DaughilU-. amoii) -n> class. —Renter ON Saturday, the eighth Regalia of ihe 1950 Yachting Season, will he sailed off the Royal Barbados Yacht Club. Hacmg gtartl at 230 p.m., and other times and handicaps are as follows:— am S-. IMM Start at llaf D %  %  ltr.1 1 11 I: %  2 11 V*llo 1 B BJUpi | 1 33 Hvd 1 10 D 10 Mrlud> v... naftafe* i a Yrlkiw i ; I .... ii* D-WI a u fUd a w. 1 1 %  t 38 YPIIC* ii a s W.i C %  rta>c; Q .< %  Bit MSi I XI Red i t %  IS ("roinn. 231 vetan j Sir Pelham Warner, attended l party ftvea hy tho West India Club in London in honour of the Wesi Indies cricket team A BurSecretary of the We.: India Commitlee welcoming the team, said: particularly, wc want to see bright cricket, and I do hope it will be possible to finish moat of the matches in two and a half days (laughter)." Sir Hilton I'oyntoii. repr*lenting Mr. Jame* Griffiths. Ihe Secretary for the Colonies and Mi. Dugdale, the Minister of Sta'j for the Colonies, who were both kept away unavoidably, welcomed the team on behalf of the Government and then Mr. Kidnev. the team munager. recalled that it was the jubilee of tht, Vi-,t Indies teams* visits to Britain which began in 1900 West India Club raised funds lo bring the first team to Britain "That was the birth of West Indie* cricket in Britain He sa I. We want lo make this a memorable yoar and the i brought over is one which is going to play the game for the game's sake first of all. and we aw going lo satisfy the British public because wc have g< Which will go at Ihe howling an' : itantn the British public will be pleased with Wl brought our own sugar (amid laughter) in case we di.. It.H Radio Hroatr.imiins •nivasnAY Awii n. iteo ; 10 %  m. N*w An Sporuna! R**o'd 1.30 %  r oehMtral Orgin* The Oar Savannah Club Tennis Tournament TUESDAY'S RESULT Mixed Do* bleu Final alias D. Wood and Dr C. G Manning beat Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and Me G. Patterson 7—5, 4—6, :—3. The winners of the other i c'uring the Tournament were as fallows-— %9 ir% staii**— Miss D Wood. Men* Singles—Dr C O. Manning. Laaies Doubles—Mrs. R S Bancroft and Miss D. Wood. Men's Double*—Q H Manning and P. Mc G Patterson. W.I. Team Guests At Dinner LONDON, April 26. The West Indies -Ticket team, who have been practising at Eastbourne, will return to London to-morrow, a day earlier than originally intended, in order t0 be the quests uf honour at a dinner at the Press Club in the evening given by the Cricktt Writers Club Lord Simon is to propoae their health, and among the other speakers will be Lord Burnham. Neville Cardus. Sir Pelham Warner. J. H. Nash, the popular Secretary of Yorkshire Count? Cricket Club, and Jack Kidney, ihe Manager of the West Indies team. The Duke of Edinburgh, who is President of the MCC. will be r t pwsion tt d by Lieutenant Mi.hael Parker. R.N his Equerry, who recently returned from Mating with him a special message Uke which will be read to the West Indies party at the dinner —Reuter on Om fciamltonol ImrnoMaliu a %  aitwtakk B.li *aii P-vihoo Pl%er. ISim LUIW" War*! 9 amCk-< 44WK U .Noon. Th. r — Xr*Amh-i' tal P.mPro.,dr Llll P" %  Hrrber. HUr. I IS p m ttod %  p m Tlr 3 15 em port K*vl*W 3JB P •" " %  up th* Curtain !*• pm Tw-ntuIkon* m Ttv. N-w. 4 10 M. TI^ 4 IS p.in Th* Aflvrniur*. u.lr (n, the Thtsittr S p.m Uten*r* Cho. !" si* piprormm* Pirfl 5 30 p.m. Tn* O0 S> pfn S*r*dv Mcpn#ion %  < "" Tliiaai >r(n < P" rnm ih* Third Pr^fiiir 1 P '" Thr N>w. 10 f.m Hn Analx.U 15 pm Wf Sit Btllan, !* %  % %  > N>l-ttM %  p ( n lUrt." Nf"twl SIS pm Tn|.int Ar-,in1 wiin Hctb#f1 Hodpr "30 pm f SALVATION ARMY • ANNUAL TAG DAY Friday. May .'illi LOOK YOUR 6 Vour hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it h. Vaseline' Hair Tonio Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a bottl* today! VI ase |in S *> 'till Kraut* Saiuidaiv. 13th Mth Ba*a!la fl-lurdav 3rd June. 1130 %  %  II III Mil BANK Stailrr Constantine Plays Against W.I. Team LONDON. April 2 Vinoo Mankad, V 9 Kaxfta .nid A H. Kardai. the Indiai test ertckttcri, are nained tnatti| I n whom the Indian Gymkhana Eleven will be chooen to pla> I Indies cricket tourists .:-. -L oav day match on tiia Oytnkliana ui t,iie\ on Thursday. May 4. Lea tic Conttantino, former : M ;ill-rounder. and R i. an Indian from Uooibay, who plavs nukei (01 HoD H3 and MUkteaaa arc also Inrhided in the parts i' Haata (Captain). V S. Harare, p I'm rigar, L Constant.lie. A. Ali. O N Slngt H M Khan. R S Cooper. V Mankad, A. H. Kar.!..i. D. S. Kumana, T. H. Tipihoip. II N Singh, and L D —Reuter lutt-rnaliouul 1>UHII Tt-nnis (iliuiiijiioiishipH K>Mt:. April 20. Jaroalat Drobnj. aaU axllt d CMcb, Won the Men'x Singles titles In the Italian InlernaUunal Lawn Tennli • i.nni lunships here the U.at ~4, 6—J. 7—9, 6—2. Mill Anlu.il.-. IlUBM „f Hi,l> won the \\ i s, beating ltaln ti 4, %  hii Jean Quertlei and Mr Icai Walki i Smith won the Wo'I. with a 6—3. r. | vleton ovai llri tram and Mill < —Real. r. The Weather TO-DAY >un KUra; 5.44 . ^ull Seta: fill p.m. Moon trull) MA> %  UgUtBgl o iii pm. High Water: 12 25 a.m. 12.OS pjn. YESTERDAY Raaaaaal it udriniton) 02 iu loUl for MuliUi Ui I eale. da>: ,S nileruperdture (Max.) gfi.5 1. Irmprr^lurr (Mill i 1U Wind Hur.ii.Mi i* a.aa ) by N. (3 pm > E. by N Hind VekHilt 19 luile. per hour. rUrometrr (9 aro.) 29 989 (I p.m ) 29.992 | The/U Do It Ever) Time / '(' HEV, FRANi<-voa CAN STRAIGHTEN ME OUT ON SOMETHING PHOTOGRAPHy 15 V HOBBY-CAN I PEPUCTBaPTOP THE RENT FROM 'W 'NCOME TAX ON ACCOUNT OP |I60TAQ*RKRCQW IN THE CELLAR ? %  ~..._,. fly Jimmy Hado TMAT CB.LOW EATON S JRE ,S SOPULARHE'S I'VE BEEN V. HAD A a*v£ooHD %  WANTING TO ASK^ X "V s KXJ.FRANKIE CAN ANVBODYuSE THE SHORT FORM? My SON AOQvSRSR THE CSOVERNMENTIS THAT A CAPITAL GAIN? AND HOW ABOUT*li CH-'BOyiHOWS ABOUT LUNCH NEXT 1 WEEt//_ % %  • %  X TRYING TO ML< SOME "FOR FREE "INFO FROM PRANCS X.SMPTION THE INCOME EXPERT--.. ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO.. LTD. HIGH STKEET BUILDING MATERIALS Include OAI LNUBO CORKl'GATED SHU %  U l IMI \l CORRUGATED sill I-illM Mala I "OKKK.ATKII SHKKTS %  '. I. . It t*. RVKRITI I8BG8TO8 WOOD FLAT SHf0 s • " 4 ft: 4 a, i | f t („ olllim 1 Ma. son PIPE & FITTINOS 'OIL. .It. J.ti. j.,,. | rn( ttK FLOOr. Tll.rs ;,, \ .,„„„, "'.I I h late ai.d tonka HAYNES



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TT APRIL 27. 1930 ^nmark's Communists Campaign tfAINST U.S. ARMS rOPENHAOF-N. April 25 ^*„ pany, has t*xu W. 23Sr,piiiI me unloading ..1 %  "£ iM organisation of a SnMiratioo in the North Sea I £<)ig. TIuv was taken this 2-3 warn ine Communist SnlKu D** r Unlon Paaswl TfLiiutlon urging all workers„ioirr f" >•"">* loP'e "> L-nn the unloading of "AnwriTmunttrous arms" in the port ropennaien. Offlelals of Iho „ adestepped the issue when d oulnnht whether a strike being planned. One official that there had been no tall strike, but a -spontaneous' -1 might take place when the anus began to arrive yftoce Mlniste.Ilansni told aanhairen newspaper. "We will ITour bridles when we come tbrm B uolilicalb' placid Denmark has been no large scale %  MS for some truce years. Fewthe Communists to stage a ---nsfii! dockers' strike over the. tadinc of 'ne i tms — Reuter B \I1I1\IXIS ADVOCATE Communism threatens Greene's Security ATHENS. April 25. ,_g the debate on the new ^Ijrts Government's pollci ^£|jneni today. Populist Part) K B Leader Constantin rial declared that Russia's ^ %  bn in the Balkans should %  ace dear < %  seeks Hire relations with YugoB^^^HM. former Premier. icised the new < oalilion fo. aatency towards rebels, while MBtsm was "still thieotenini rs security and integrity" Orelared that the Populists [ vote against the GovernIon the vote of confidence led tomorrow —Renter. rading Down o Minimum LONDON. April 26. in most sections of -lock exchange wu rea minimum with dealuif the outcome of to. cntici. I'.utumt'ntary diw the United Kingdom'* proposals London dock strike was on ktal restraiiuuj! influence. |l mousinui; were quietly lained however and some nuns were to lie seen in iviest electrical issues. Texwre occasionally a few better on small provincial PAGE THREE Back To Africa" Back In The House "Only Tbe Mighty Soviet" to the attantfa not that the British Imperialist i.oveiriiiicm. in consequence of:— I> [1 deocietu) (bj Its .1 vowed policy ol kc-'i %  %  The i/ ( ,i appreciable number ol ptTMOl .1 il, mm <-* o, wMch the mmltSL tffiWS £S ave notice ... the House of Assembly on Tu, P * *onUc edvanlagi address covered a wide anlended tu other European Houses ol Perils winded scholarship* down to the Legislature :.t the The earliest possible date. Irrevocable policy o( %  ieeolutfon fron IndlUti i.ili/.iu.m I rev lk Tha House uf Ai • %  the rtrTC for obtain*, rial nisidered opinion :hat. ai., (or obu .real Bi 1'' MR. D. D. GARNER'S "Back their initial firmness were included foi lowjk concern inj> the possibil fresh financing by the Electricity Authority. ProH ID selected rubber sures I ww of previous gains. r* opened quietly firm fari of labour troubles in PtFiiersrajid area, during %  ay demonstrations created unccrtnniv and prices marked slightly easier fol%  the appearance of small fee iraai —Reuter Montreal Gets nv Archbishop ROME. April 26 I-IUI-LTRCT, Rector of the Ta College in Rome, was Mconsecrated Archbishop of "•J I" the Church of St. of the Angels here. f solemn moment c mo tardinal Adeodato piazza, wy of the Sacred Consiscotiaii.gat.on, lud his hands the new ArchK symbolic transfer ~* P*?P"1 authorit The Held for girls at Queen's College/seaT ing accommodation for visitors the House of Assembly and the teaehniK of negro history in %  cnooli Some of these read: NeiEru History The House of Assembly are convinced of the necessity for the teaching of African or Negro history in the Secondary and the Public Elementary Schools throughout this Island, particularvious reasons, private capital can'""• and ""' cruel oxploitati..:. nirt I* expected to embark upon "" %  lew major IttductrlaJ Hdavprlge, Lug siandtlw (jovernment should lake tha ardl foi bsH eiti* %  SSI f,\" • 1 ,l' ro '' n !" "f .n.lu-m(d) It! .1,-1 ..h.in,. laws "•"•UonforBai, .n.,1 unfa,, njj". 1 "" %  S < thai enacted for IM A lou.uou should be uppiuprmted from Ke.ier.il revenue foi the ee2 The HoUae in also of the upirnun that the systems of agegrouping and superannuation that have been tried for the past few years In the schools of this island have not proven berti-ncial to the vast majority of children attending such schools. The House accordingly recommend that the .bouUoo o, !•„ age-grouprng Rg^ 5^-35 SSS-^TSS, eluding: %  %  %  %  laya and \ let %  toiinti ie meted out and otlM 1 %  %  (e) Its high-. hand %  l ': '-"""f diplomaci experimentation, make plans and hajidllna; all Nagroea .,; twm designs, acquire, operate, nnd imahroad and the rigid maintenance prove industrial and commercial '' '" lro Curtain between Alrtpaace pad enterprleeai to make loeni and to % %  "" ;hl ConUneni and theti 'i'''' %  "eaolul HiM-nver and develop to the fullbrothen icettered ill ovei the e an, Rightwlng Sociali est possible extent the human and w ' sl Indlee, the North American """' '"-"i a c coonue resources of the island, Continent and Asia. emou form and hold interests in subif The ca nlv '^ ""x" sidiary eorporaUons and enterwhich it has exhibited U .1 ""!*"' •r2n?v iLj*S2 fSSu' borrow RB ^Polnn eountry and Colonial ,> "nndsui>erannua:io.ibemadeeftec": terms and rondit,^! V" Sj5 ''" "'" '" %  M !" V<> uW*c. of which then tive in this Island at the earliest decide m nu> Over to ubjugate the Atrioani an ^^iS ^f' M ,1U '"*' : '" d lh, ir ,,l s, '" ,la,1 ' fn the The House request Hut His 3. The Hoy ; abroad to the role ol hen llency shall take appropriate that legislaUon for this, and foi wood %  %  Excellency shall taki action for the puipose ..f adding similar purposes, ti. Vni down to AfrK.ni or Negro watoryac aforethe legislature therebx perpetuating said to the. urricula of the schools The House respectfulh raqtM log) o| .ante as abovementioned. a, well as to that (i> The Highwayi ConunUmix*mZ£>r £*u. nffdaanty steps for the sioners of the various parishes be %  , its illeaal md luahlv aboUUon ol age-grouping and given the ilnancial aalSatanca to ouettlnnnnle 1,,!,, „d superannuation without any unenable them to give back pay to '., necessary delay. ,: employees on the samibaaS Mi it ntlH i„ t ;r, %  '""' ol which T K'l .I.r> School fflCJrif5 W& Fne House o( Aaaemnly i*g to .md Transport ownen (the Kailvac), who are point out to His Excellency the a, Watchmen employed bv the i" 1 '" 1 l %  propel Governor the crying need in this Department of Highways and lh,il feunlry, tt Island for a public institution to Transport be pain their additional -1 < station receive, educate and take care of salary scale aueifeed Oh the maxlI girls and boys who are either mum number of working hours The Rouse ol Assembly Ii ry. Sch "". Yugoslav %  %  % % %  %  :,.,.. ,, ""> for Bclgr.ide foi Jjoosultations with hit "S !" "Her lalks wilt "mr Minister Genera ter ihe four years £ ,"'" 'heir countries. K !" %  Foreign Ofnc. 'he had not receiver 1 tm *>' he had .nsked hn %  "'h General Plastyca ejfrdaj s ,| cbat( „ gtey. R.ghi Popuhsl an. "~"' 1 showed re*f i •heinerX" mu; "I nteth. Argentine %  our hulk rj* !" ocl ''. t'.e ambassador vj In •iih be in the, .stsflta provide stan dii: he> %  '•' %  the ..... PfogTamme haj — lim jj-i "lisclosed thai be^Jgntn. fron: l i-af*^ h d hetsTii, 0 ?."''' *&** orphans or have no one to take care of them but who have committed no criminal offence. 2. The House of Assembly requests that His Excellency shall transmit to the Legislature, as .*oon as possible, a Hill to amend the Reform;Uoi> ai; ( Industrial School Act 189U (1890-161, so thgt provision will thereby lie made for reception into the said Reformatory School for children such as %  |\ di .i I their parila iteell to h> ..i. country, and elgnty and i are no) worded Uteni ol lib .1 lovii tie right ol maj..iilv rule ,,1 AM, %  bin1 Igid House jipression of the which is endeavouring to ing t create Negro unity. Negro solid'icnti in thli arity. Negro nationalism. Negri eek to reti Od ultimately 'l The House is of the opinion that *ty of a highly so, ., proSttrn o| thi Scholarships should again be proagricultural, hadustrlal educationUon of thai 1 vided for girls from the primary ai, cultural H f*"***' !" imiuien -otn •* V Kied for girls from the prlman ol. nlti.11... theretoinavinMcomLo !! H ^i Continent, criminal offeno? ? The HoUiC *>"> '"-'• HU "He United St,.'. The r^^MLSr^eaiiectp p "cy would send down 1, fully begs to draw to the attention aI on l0 *' ve e hTect to this proposal u) Its (allun ant, and requesi of Your Excellency the inadequate ^ c House is of the opinion Negro wcvkni seating accommodation for Visitors 'hat in order to promote the general l( r.s for their soilet to the House of Aseembly Chamwelfare of the communty and ol arai ber and pray that Your Excellency ensure the organisation and dewlll take the necessary steps to improve the seating capacity. Land Authority The House is of opinion that in order permanently to put an end lo the inequitable distribution of land, in this island, where fully 2/3 of the cultivable acreage is owned and controlled by .1 hanUful of sugar plantations, in order to assist in the creation of new land owners, lo ensure that a wider number of people share in the profits derived from agriculture, to facilitate the utilization of quest that legislation he intmdoc land for the best public benefit designed to prohibit Col under efficient and economic proofficials from obtaining memberduction plans to assist in enabling .hip in. or from participation tc agricultural workers to ^acquire any evlent whatst-vepareels of land on which to erect .. llir o( ho4c hlbs .eainig-T' ?Ke "n^ S? g^-JETS eeonomic nnd efBeienl enio.vment nnv "" h h ""'•"• ln """ of land by lhe people of Bnrbados ''ncrimimtlon in any form ilij: legislation should IK 1 enacted -B.^L . ir^*. %  "" • U '— *, The ,.„"'" Limiting or prohibiting the the honour to draw to the atienvelopmenf of a healthy nd unified i nblic opinion, atepe should l>e .akei< at an early dale uitli I v it w to the removal of colour barriers Uacrtmtna;ion which exists in This colony. 2. The House is in complete with the suggestion made in a recent Issue nf the London Time* that Colonial Offlcials should in future 1Mforlnddei To belong to clubs which colour bar. 3. The House respectfully :el.eople holding, possession, dominion, management or acquisition of land m excess of 500 acres by individuals or companies of any aort 'ion of His Exo 11, i-rnor the fact thai UM this Island, a considerable numbei uf people of African descent. 2 Amongst the abo\ 1 2. Creating a land uthorit>> ^^ w t ^ lttet Me „ er who are power: 3 Denning and establishing %  the 1 % %  Pio.idlng for ployed and for whom On hope of employme:.t in the near future in Barb;. 3 The these people were brough 01 limit the lights ] Wl j i ihe continent of Africa of iMMidholders or moHg-gc fwiaTheir ancestors pneaeaied a great ers to foreclose or otherwise enlradilion and a ru it urtf of their mortgage of the Authl(W|1 Awfly ff<>j| i^mnTatS lhe nunds and T^e House respectfully reo,ul descendants of thes, that legjslauon to give elTact to 4 she House tha proposal set out above be sen, laves MOT Ulflllfq fnr if in Irum #••#••/ \Hh-!! Call in at COLLINS Ltd. and select your Favourite Line SwUw < ^ aalg BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. l.S. AID IS MISUSED WHILE U.S. FACES LANKRUPTCY HINQTON, Al %  %  00 nnllioii dollar :nr ._ the largesi Zi oj which : 1 l Beajtar NEHRU IN KARACHI ^ %  %  o noriues. %  -1 enter. CHEST COLDS Kub .hot. thrum JIKI Ixitk widi VaooRub In combate d pnulnce.ind-vapHirs .i.iion ''draWS OUI %  cougrang ra If you Hmnt to ploy haR rif\. Zt> v 1 l J i 1 \ '"Brit you cant be so siim ^&/~> youvejottoUcJup £(& W1 th plenty of KLIM' says ELSIE Ilia HOIIDEN HUM MILK '~f Mill IN MIIUIKCI |HI VIOI1I OVII Without; a shadow of doubt tht/M, ttu vmdnett of 8eef wSLS *z* VAPORUB ARE YOU A MARTYR TO TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA ? nn-klllcrs 1 %  RECTORS PHOSTONE 1 1 \ 1 % %  RECTORS PHOSTONE It's I'll si 1 fo IU'V/I llio liirulorif #•/ I 1 Shlfcg ..Hue 'Harpk' mlo the Kivs 1. 2 Leave overnight j Then Hush. That's all. No brush is needed. 'Harpies thoi cleans, iMilnfrcw and dciKioi.scs tha wb crush CM HARPIC 11 THE SPECIAL LAVATORY CLEANSER %J/iat fHt "itAe atm comes out in the flavour! l-thl l 1.in., i' gathei itii -1 "" .one Hie v %  '"' 1| %  :illi j ^uatarii %  ; ., K o m\ %  \ deUeioua ^nrti alu "... all uven-freah,sealed in Una *ud J U>. i'rui.jjdis. W HUNTLEY& PALMERS .BISCUITS dtlicious wholesome and nutritious RIOCI TOWN fsMsMH CLEMENT'S INDIAN TONIC Mall weakness. Losi of Energy. Muscular D., . run down eandlnoi .•iinulniinic Tonii PHICB /A BOTTl.i: J — ARRID DEODORANT Pries. ?/• A JAR ObtSaaablr st Messrs Buuker's (BDOSI Drugstores Lai Broad Street aod AlpHa Fbanucy, Hastings. '-c-->-^ r L G Q •oaeee*e*ejoe>e*M.<*^oc<,',^ tig — fuse LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Wiih I.,, boo) Toikl Soap] vou're fresh ..'.: I. ',!,:.. uiih tli.ii dccp-clcansint; lather, it frees :ivc you an ailracuvc FOR PERSON !/. raJSSH.VESS ll



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PAGE KOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE rm-RSDAY M-KII. j, BARBADOS f—-— i — ADyDGSTE HlllllH Wt %  **4 ffnfm Vm m.HI rhandaj \pril 27. 1856 Strain TWO month! have passed since the Labour Parly wore re-elected lo the GovBrrUln. The majority which •hen obtained was so slim that political forecasters have, with good reason, been predicting the imminent end of Labour's tenure of office. That the end has not yet come has been due to the itmnom efforts which have made to ensure that members arc on call at all times during sitting of the House .in in spits of their efforts the Govbeen defeated although not on on important issue. Tile greatest threat to the Government's rice came in the opposition challenge MervatWw and Liberals lineal up to give the Government's leaders their moments to date. In a crowded House, Labour secured a majority of fi\ *l election has been post.,.: continual in its uneapy THE AN WHO §AIDSIAUNMljmm Gil IK Srilmi l>ilm r WHAT i. Blew in I Curtain countries which makfordinarv nor-, five up tr.cir life's work, theif party l*<-an.e irrejwtible. and homes, their MTtnga, n<1 rim orders were given him in his offljibrnad'' eial capacity at the department Alain and as.,, >* he telt h. I meet these Iron Curtain retue-s out and retain his sell-repect. the new homes and new ; they have found for themselves to pi a condition of affairs cannot give a I rnmenl prepared to undertake policj TinLabour Part 1 many persons whose political 11 true Liberals to ("omnium •P 1 "> ,nc party WOtlli ml n < >'>'''-' a 'All *•' ""' .,rcpm SIS BOW •Urin Bevail Mil %  • %  : o* Health. .ili.nis may • within the bring 0 i • no M ember particularly upon • w '"' k 'I'll, y have ta< %  oil othecounti ,111(1 llllle.-S %  • %  rvei throw of n ... [route* nve turn In | I ,i poliej ratl M in Britiih : %  %  Comen atti I lh> tat m I lh ho had esrai'that the Catch, have technique of wily Mbr.taKe. -Sfied li tXmrnf Durum Hw mren of the house Communists wanted him this policeman roared and raved i a reorganisation of his against the escapee. He was parew old 'concern which rqeant that a ticularly indignant when t h e ,o££ and £w"bTa*T< u" .ub...nt..l number o, „ best cook spoke up for h„ ,onceiinl and as unsuitable as ""> mo 'P"ienced workers master. £? !" dd ?£.,IMv JL n,u taBle would be sent to the mines. A few days later the same In 7h7 torrid heal of Centn i K lh """ 5ubm '' Frantisek policeman secretly called on the „,",', .',,"',, rS,|£, pSEh decided to go. cook, warned her that a squad • ,o wo k frl m lilt Z r "" n b h,nd ' Communists -..ere coming two I ..L~ K L o^-T^ir,. >!I, I'"' .vas his days laler lo contiscate her ing stones In an up-counm to .,..,, |he „,„,„ %  prop rIV f or lh e State „ A "'i r "J'"i T V *"""£ %  "* %  -•"'"I n d •" Communist occupaHe urged her to send %  who had fled from Budapest |laM hjd bNn too murh ter sa|( ,,„ a few of %  wrrpnu! out the office of the luce. c „ hMtolki electricity manager. I could lv, Th< gpir|t OI mr p^pi, was The policeman's jtorming and dozens of other examples broken. No one trusted anyone, his threats apparently had lhe Why do they flee. Everyone suspected everyone sole purpose of finding out who I asked the question again last eht a m „. nallona l ln lhc nmise WM | oya l to the night M I sat in the warm ftktgani I escapee, so that he might talk in of a Lcndon club, a decanter of No | on ger would CzechBeychevelle '43 in front • %  ( lne The cook did as she was bidden. This tlm. ilch they and gui her master's most precious sharing the claret with ma Frantisek, (For reasons which will had no proapaci of success. He But—such become obvious as you rend on I g aV e me an instance. .—even new she and am not fobs! to BlTa you his lull After their coup d'etat the the escaped man's friends who are name.) Communists stopped the pension hiding it for him cannot be sure ,'i employee of the conthat the policeman s action was The pension was the old not a trap, a desk in one of Bratislava's man's sole source of income. The workers' militia has beCommui come of doubtful trustworthiness. || r Wouldn't lsck "•"' a,her "' r t technical and mation about them administrative know!. Frantisek %  Unn'l P" r The escape rush had Just begun, bj, Mould llddle an ma and I remember saying to him in %  rranfamint by which the old act not very delicate I ook man was ostensibly paid a sum in P 01 forward to seeing you in London." compensation for the nationaliseanswer I smiled as I said n But he did tlon „f some of his property which men at our works four not smile back [ hope not." he had been taken over by the conmost sa.d. vn cern< Yet here he was now He had (, was quite an easy one to Poorer left Ml beautiful home uutside pu ll," said Frantisek. as we sipped Bratislava, left the big industrial ou[ claret. "Under the Nazis Tht truth is thai concern which he had helped to m rid have done it is being bled by the Russians, build up and over which he had i,^. a .shot. But now he was They are taking continued to rule, both when ': i,. would not play." Czechs all tie best-quality goods Nazis occupied Czechoslov ,.. ( thing, however, is that which they used to export from many "1 lowmen would if it came to the %  "Out of 120 militia I'iMir* i .. Ilii.l.ll.' Of Body l.nards At tin : the Big Tin. ,-ued by Field .hal I-oid ("Jumbo"! Wilson of Ubyl written about it bvlw memoirs. Bight Years Overseas, published by Hutchinson today. 'BELOVED' l-KADER icularly interested in Stalin. lie did not expect to lind the "beloved' Soviet -nly fearlul of assassination In %  i y ... ii vhen Stalin left hi turned otTthe road, ami the guards at the ehatMti doubled. ,nds with members ol ih %  .,kl,'i.ilattnemanwh.H' bu; .it the man of whose hand he hail ... ... There was a ludicrous scene in the Lnadia o| the group pnoiver. BULGING POCKETS Stalin got up to move across" (to the conference room), "he was lmmediau roundei 'ad-backed ol wearing what appeared like colonel's badges. I in breeches, their pockets bulging "Theii huddle round Stalin reminded one ..tball team around one nits had been torn off Into Hie conA.lied Forces operating in Middle East and Mediterranean %  non-belligerent ol has much light to a<;o.. LTD. atthe_COL0NN': : VlS IK I \\ II t vi k STRAWS .hi H \N lei uttti) mm fc USEFUL inn si:no, t MtEQttSITES SCALES and MI:\SI 'iti:s IUOOMS and BRI'SIIES %  ma SAUCEPANS and KRVPAN8 WIRE DISH 007tBtl BOWLS, BASINS, PAILS GLASSWARE ami I IIINAU Mil POLISHES and CLEANSERS WOOD STOVES .mil III! STOVES WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO.. LTD, Success,, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD Dial: 1413 :-: 46S7. and when it was nationalised by Fl ,. ..u.^'a ioi"of the %  %  J' „ me obscure theatres of the war. the Comn. t ih. r-ommun.si aivini thei proIsnea __j ,.,„„ Sin lini; Attain ll the Communist giving then !" K\im. nacullar and little UD: ,ts innerduet, wimh %  His problems were peculiarano i. !" nust „, pu!^.. ui, more advantageously elsewh, % % %  .llticians ol ptlblll.il Home. %  and the Cabinet VY! ....,,,.,,. And here he .> as now In 1-onItMlf are riddled, with men who was ettSU Bui II wag n..i ,.i 1 LN2H UBU don looking for a job, forced at Secretly work against the regime. I %  eaond ral De Gaulle., grudging CO-Opi the age of 43 to start again. cither because they of port that I •"• "".""^"ihe discord betwivn Vltlr. I'rench I did not -.ti-Comniunist C i e c h v. In lots or other c E gvpli;ins uncertain attitude. said. "The worl or because lliey foresee ex Mih-iilovich. i -in t.ieec. ovlcn me to see them through thl • anxious to ad Frantisek sudT ilo feud—all these led to incidents now I had Hen them through the .. It open for themden so on as before. But Nail occupation I telt It was my • II toditfcrenl for anyone managerial duty to tin iMk told me of a M.nnt.i .lands out individually. Thev get so. No. I did not want lo go. Ins intention to cut down." :.,!,,, ,0 -,.,. bo frankly •dmitted his fee, l can „ Benalla hi. A Czech policeman, raiding the than always ^have to keep your join 1 dow ii LAS. Till t ar? n< NEWS THEY HIDE mini STALIN OB tlU' il Iflaor%  H ( ti.il Irs %\ Mil I %  %  %  ? — %  book whl Ugbl on Ih) Kremlin %  ufarly t war %  Geneiil It.-llfll Si: I %  Fron UM lop-flLghl Kutoia 1: Tillsialin "Would you like lo settle lhe matlei to-ug) ll Wis 0|>l.niisl.Sn.uh bin Btlonj Iruin Lenin lo U>e effect lhat a clash be1 CoiniTiun%  ling the "' .optimistic view MB-11.4:. '?,'' he all of his conrun wiui Russia. Three year. t is inipo-siblc .uously put i %  .ii.inc. linnness and the m ... a • iinitiHlstrength of the West" might %  •(-lllM-ri.itIPrrt-ll .. the prolongation of a prc... ., ral Smith coi. : t uncertain pi record which is as plain..,1 he has 'POken and direct as one would in this dial ihus largely a story of .. .. i ant. a u lOUlU i-hether ally olhei man M much better in iHit even so one doubt the wisdom of the : >•> succeeded by an i itu-i ax L .^ Attheeo ..oscow learning what a uplomat should havemuch to be said for he ... „g up to til, otov-H.bbentrop pact w e r c iy months ol %  tint! diplomatic f., ime. Wilson had been advised by one authority that thi that, the Free Crenel "greeted with a biu..t t invective (oUow iy bullets" Tin. Iirt, made good fnnipteuoua house in i mil It. pally-' "Hie place was bombed. MIMSTItY CKIT1C1SEO ontemptuoui of the work n America. On hi Washington as Chii tish Forcei Si Bnding publicire ha,' such ii deplorable al It was not knnv. evenhai "tS %  —I..1..S. I.OOh!! Th,-, Bh-li„hu X f //efJ Dsuiiut H*m SauMffc 2 lb Danish Cocktail Sauugsw p* DvUsh Vifiiiu teMir* IH' }'tnch MussWooma per tin Sliced ttacert per Id Belocn* Saiusisfv per lb. 54-11 B**f pft lb 4-4 III ctili RcartMry* aingvr RJkr i kn per mi AtulniliMi !• %  ILiinper lb %  Now for yow selection fromSTANSMI, SCOn & Co.. Lid iii Um Stalin AbiliO A he left with well int< BrUn i-ltx'k%  twintt. In the iii>t ptao %  ••The sequence and length l TODAYS THOUGHT The fust idea oi mathod ie a proqiossivo tiansition from one step lo another in any course. —CoJeridae. would not It is badly constructed, repetitious, %  ten in Pentagon English and occaBut It telligcnl American learned the truth about Russia. —L.E.S. Does Stalin Know The Story 01 The Ambassador's thickens. %  %  i third <>f an egg %  Kmbassy %  (t>t the DM .:• •quest t" %  %  M %  i'y men. i %  i Luge lunch pagne %  ought 21 Ren i White I ad y u minor B4 put through a deal A k fast. \OW LX STi THE POPULAR ARROW SHIRTS in White Only SIZES 14 TO 17, Ol II III \ III US V\Y: I Will III I lil-ir<%i SiilisriilMi To 11 Hdeoont.-. silf I .mi reil Ibutfton of wealth ..t Mr. Wood's ulll be Hi I Mi %  but I %  n and the Barbad. It has too often b. Club, and th.tt It will lake gee* BMSII.II .it \ Theatre build a theet In 50 years ihan none But. Mi ; •hakenot so utterly devoid ol pub| that the Intel . %  thai none of then wUJ WH ekw %  .IHto a fund I uivocate of A, veU bo that it wilt take to in to raise a irUrge fund for U projeet should be i In the mu.h the start -> a lung I Let Mr. Wood sUrl day Fund" II %  tiuesnarar era -jeiiigtii w -rde -they ,wnt 4 \ H*h S/io/7i ( gf iroceiff lhe. each (lhat is loo at 200.i at Flcetwood, a:i il>ort on April 20 wh.'n irawten came in with M.ooo tone ol had%  thay am r Cod and Haddock rould be exported her,' So/I I i % %  % %  last Sunn.. .. do so on)' of discus-. |SM the first gnat with ap e to that for the aaeoi ^hould be re that the Australiais that you should start Don" strcsst.dd win th l l-oside tin: I : %  %  A elose %  ; v opposed to M'< I which I seem to %  ftncsis in%  SECURE YOURS FROM DA CCSTA & Co., L Dry Goods Department MEAT WH YOUR MEA W£ OfrSR * BEEF, VEAL, ^,nd JUICY DUCKLINGS.^ IVkl. HOME nnj Bir,o fe ICE CREAM ^ CHOCOO't STi-AWIERRV nd VAJ .OURS I I.-. pr |>k. at GODDARDS.



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THI-HS PAV. APHII. 27. UH li Vltli MM!. MUCK Ml PAGE FIVE 15.000 Pounds Of Fish F IOM APR"-• ' **"! **. IS 042 pounds 01 tish i ihrouth the Public Mails This ""> ir '" lbs ' shark. 2(15 Si !" albacore and 240 lbs. ot L-HO were brought in. "on, fisherman told the Advo_lt that they "" still catching a Z„j quantity Of flying lish and -jrfv expect this to keep for a few SSsSsSSs For Wounding %  ar hc " h s b ~ n ,a r y Th s %  -— — %  On the other hand a butcher and you must go to prison for ,ud that with the large catcheg three months" said Mr. D. D. !T fish and the arrival of comed Morris to Verena Crawford of tt,! and salted Ash. he is finding i Powder Road. Station Hill, veshird to sell his beef in the market terday when she was found guilty Be said that recently very few of wounding Gwcn Hi! ra w> are being butchered because upper part ot her left arm with .JKJ are selling most Argentine broken bottle, and Australian meat. In giving medical evidence Dr. COME RESHIENTS ul St Lucy Payne said on April 15 he saw 3 travelled long distances last y Magistrate* for contrav. rntfto two. Public Health Act arc inado appeal to Ihe Assistant Court of Appeal.' if n. i the lervice oi the Solicit, ir General.' n pointed out in a loiter from the Colonial Set Ueneral Board of Health, read at the met yesterday. The Commissioners of Health of St Philip ha ividuaUy .i letter to the Board of rfealtl considered the linos imposed for thi ; %  %  : i *> From pair You haW requires %  .M.MIl.llerM.IIHlil.L; I Mr. Manning at yesti; meeting said that he was aware whlps Labour Wins By Five Votes the position had now improved What had been happening that .some people bad been ignoring the summons to attend the Court Tor .(,<• partici three alveri were at work on orcent-e, taking into for them to hear the Police Hand the PoHcJc kOVaU the no doubt, that the fine %  A few said that on other occasions ballast from the hatches. They small lie knew that lately two but the exw tl>ey listen to the Band when it were using a single rope and block such offend. to scheduled to play at Pie for bringing up the heavy pieces 2 5/respectively, and this should Uvea A Corner. ....-.„..., of iron. :: example to others, the QovMiunenl B UDGETOWN LNJOYED one Another purpose of their diving Op the lUMiUoi I they of its coolest days — day. The temperature degrees fahrenlieit in the and a light wind blew throughuu. SUociNK HUH occurred on .The three men were going down to tt.1*-Tto. g • *. I —Kr -u_ from a muses which was anchored of their falhi-r Mr. K K. II rhorne -„n 1 Tuesday. The first *TTnile—"*M..ti C4 over the Po-ick's hull. One if iln id n out at Lancaster Plantation St divi[s ( |niji (jocn inent .., Jwnes. at about 1030 a.m. anbetween hls leelh destroyed six and a half acres of Th|S (iiver |d h BoanL the result cal i| the ju eral nit on The Hoard approved an appliDtodvUnc What k tax WIBM u is IM i iraiiinin ivhlefa are %  mi n 4.ntr v .i. orderttaaaMi obedie n ce, layaltj aad '-p4.ii> ior i %  oper IKHI Mid HI ui> I P |l "'nli.l Uul tkaaa attrihaitca aaatabj ni aali be ateai i bul ah—M i>( %  \ius to | MI i, l iinl ol lh IMIIIIMForce bs %  over a verv loin T.B. Hull Off To Si. Lucia Mr. T. H Hull HODOnj %  Feat Indies. (iaKNnlas: night on a visit to lone ai DM >. i latTon by cable from the Adntlnla* I meeting of the %  0B Monday May 1. Tins RMt mmomorate the IM representation granted to the Windward Islands as a result ot M-u b) Mi Wood, afb rd Halifax v : %  Office to i .; new cowatitutton Mr Hull who was ihen prupiu-tor of Roaeau BugM ft I %  %  became the Aral alsicM cil in IM et e cta d H-uik the lata T Q ITM H W ^ >TOP THAT _ g c0 U G H / ^^^ ITS TIME YOU TOOK SOME VENOS/ VfNO'5 t.il-lo.n, COUOH MrXtUM 'aHll.T T-.II. i,,. <,;. ( tt. run and protects. '^ mKl SmitM art wotted away. Cougbng ill* k are nbevad. Taat coealaot imuuui in lha ibnal u aUayca. Reued upoo Ice ovr ya Tilt IOEAI remrty fo, COUCHS COL01 I mOKCHItiS %  I.I.H.M I 1 CATARRHAl ASIHHA I It IIITT C010J IhlOHI C0UCHSI '^tN'S COUCHS I VENOLV LIGHTNING COUGH MIXTURE GOOD and tasty ripe canes They are the m rina xonaM GIKI four ""'"' ,v '"" %  " -*" 1 '"< %  I no proveo a ^.ha'SacS.ot third croi """ f V ?? Cl '' d ck ls ,h ;k v e.tlon from Mr. II. V. Marion to Conserve, jadahal! acres ot third u prepared tliouah cuarter of an a.r,of wur Bra! f ,„. any danger,... tnis damage is also covered by m—m lasurance The canes and grass # are the property „f Mr R K 0111 Kid' Amil'S af Comrie. St. Michael. G LADYS MOTTLE V ol 'hipn.ent of 1.500 bags of McClean's Gap. Britloiu British t.n, ed In the The division .n>A Kali \:L" e .f i Bank Lie The Hoard considered S. !" ,„f"V Mr A V BENJAMINS HEALING OIL (or in1 %  2/|lr l.uMli .. BRUCE Sarhlv\i^:hcb h.i-1 i.out ulien they're made with M.mnitc how khilJrcn po Tor them too. Manhe Li rich ID the Bi viunnns thai bi bodily Bmeaa and to infection. Use in soup 1 *, sauces—it's as economic. as it is ar-pctisiiip. Sandwiches made with MARM1TE The Vitamin b /vast Food a a %  a a It tn.U, d %  JAVaVSVa"/ Fresh for your Pets ! IH KIN A IMH, CHOW PUKINA RABBIT (HOW h luoe. Jones & Co, Ud. libUlbuUrs. T33.v at A^iutons?" "s"later '5"' ' 2 50 "•! "' ""' cnm Tnkin, the matter of the 15 !" ??:. An art?*."?.-"!£ modity to have arrived rot BarSU ppi v te u, performed by Dr. H. I, Massiah bado! ,„ ; and death A as attributed le Thc franc? natural causes. rVK.NhI.1. I. A K R I K R ot out a ii. "I Ihi.M.. K Smith Uoo/the H"r dent recently Also involved was motor car _ X 51, owned by Beam. I'li^M I* I'Ult ol Maxwell Road and driven by PiU Evcrlon King of Rockley Chri$t Church. Lamer was riding his bicycle at the time of the accident. ,' v^fc I h v '' I *'"*"* m %  lust bafon rived n The % %  'd Bt Amitv Lodge, Cbrial chut.: \V N The UeDort of 'he Oovernment homr Reuler ii. -i .-. %  ONE GOOD DEED" About 00 p.„ -.viiM l fruit from St. I.,. by the "Adallna other carco ernvliig bj thi N tXIHBITION of Handisel was comprised of ,011 %  \ i UUj IGO Bali i Uh tc'ii % %  craft Work, done by Kle copra, ehaieoal and unstiuared unury Teacher, during th. Posts. Easter vacation, will be held at Thi >s consigned to Wesley Hall School at HI 0 clock the Schooner Owners' A today. TNIE SANITARY Commission„ . i era of the Parish of St rallt'll DlHIKl't Michael, will hold %  meeting at the Parochial Buildings. CheapWhile drawing a cart laden side, at 1230 p m. today. Frozen Currencj k,f|is U.S. Films From Argentina NKW YORK. April 26 An agreement between Arajenwlth bags of coal along Trafalgar tlna ana tt t mo tion Picture AssoTTIIl: ——— ,,,,,,i Square about I.'.' 'ieialion of America opening the %  %  Britain. London, M %  i %  %  T %  raward for her good d< i class return lickliner Maloja ">lo the Careenage at' Walcott olBaycroit Roa.i. si. Anwrl ycsterclay Micha ,, t ; fell shortly, be reached, Recording to S !" A ""^'"7 donkey to its feet. It was not Trade Jot) ind *o see what aM V,.-, The paper to-day reported that in and what they n ul,u the confer' nt goinK "Golfito" Coming S'^an'sh'.rl.. A /.ir-crdwll FSb, HE NMJCI el Black Rock Company v,.ll call at Barbados •'0"ol aESaJB SvM 9" ff rt hoid ...a: X" S£S-B. ;^ rc "^ -he talk I O0rC f Kged'T I' :bt -"Thls vessel is consigned j*u-.i lo one Dauy Moore and Mwsrs R M Jones Co .. Ltd Only $4024 worth i now li I *o be rei... I Eric Johnato. the atP dent, and Dr. Ramon Can %  %  I likiliThe men tm *. on butt: .. L u'l?" Thursday M> II lo take pa,a*enlhe . xpci laIll)ri Irll ,t the ilnal gcrs for England. hurdle will tie %  I eared I .• <>n the froz<: '" the Empire Theatre, is progreasinr Bush Hall waa found guilty ot i-h n i/m la askin*. DM add. %  Mrpentera hive startc' stealing a stove val-.cd at £110 10 **-J J""" 1 '* *$ "'i IO '*y -B-*. -and some o, the Jha^ o, EU, c lark, WtfggW The iteps at ,h LprU M and U. Jr" Brightenmn prospects of J already made Mewrs. Clarke M . A. J. U Hanschell Magis!^* m „7 follow lenjthy dSacuswork "^ su P en iS,n f E ,n< Irate of DUtncl "A" sentenced ^ ;l Ql r>r. Cer. him to one months imprisonment c ^ 0 t arrival ''.' Mr with hard labour yesterday. JohnMcO.' the MPA ,nt '-fcJ^TLE SEX irUTC on c INC rortniaM i. ClUCAfinur U-K NO LIGHTS: 20/UNt Europe lai*,*!,.^' .* 0,nen behaved WMJves much better than men Arthur Clarke of RragHHill. (;ii ., .-dor to ArgenZ-VJ !" according to a crime St Joseph was I jr^/rom the F B I. There was drivtlll the motor van O167 on ex ,., jTjgjMe of 4.5 per cent in the Waterforda Road on April 8 aboul now that he ha* reached the UnitaarTZa* T, cn %  n sU "* 1 i ;i. without having two ligms ed States on *** nt. in the number oUi ACCOMMODATING HIKI.IS turn whtc %  %  i DaCk row 30 I for 1WO and In the mi | : the Aim rot and i:< lo U \l RV TOILET SOAI'S ueraaiAL ijjtiiiLM III M HIM IMli* ^ hat's on Todaj J • Error le.M am "*? % %  el Coanmiuionrrr •I Health St Michel at it.Je am. 'TS K 'alnt~ at a.ae BJo. "e rhu.d .i ion. St. Philip ** '• am burning at the front Of the van. For I'ldals %  ea fined 20 to be paid insistcu Him';' in 14 day. or 14 days' Imprisonyearly. Instead of the 500 to aoe, ment by His Worship Mr A .1 II brougll dollar shortBaoochotl yesterday I that DCUAWnCn OrCereijo revonsidrred ihi' Calvert Edwards a labourer • %  f rew was re 1 No dollars hav< he was charge.-! i*' <• lie '*" "hr r,._rur> in taw aaat to ymmn \ ship Mi breaking %  %  "*•** %  "* %  ery shop of Frank a^aanaar at Has*. buck Strert and iliihag fnaa %  -ReaUr. EPHEDROL qtti kly 1 tiic 1 c 1 COLDS and CATARRH It tlt.trBM n.i-.'l pAa* MgCalO r*ini\ t iCuttlMM and tin vlistrt lalng v (Mini head i owi aad Catnrrffi. I h< > act nl naaal application bottle li infinitfli bettet thu ^pray or di i.d 'in hattdbag Off pocltM Nitbotll fear .it leakage. Mod :.g| ari d ObUlnable from all DTHI KHraa : KMatUm 1 in \,IM> 1 j,i l|~" TOWJt eefcaee Hhiie COTTON umiiv .„i„ur.u I...I.I.I. in lllur. f.reen. (..,1,1 I'lnk (M X 4SI S 2.11a Berreckaea 1 celettrec Werea COTTON mun.Mn I. old. Klne. (,rei 11 !l v IHI eat li SI .'.IJ M % %  11 iiKi-ii nmii.v nak, Haa, Oreea QeM „ %  W) ,.„ii 1 • : >'•' It II lllttll • (II a Ml each 11.11 CAVI SMrWD & Co.. LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET rot it nun: HI 1 o\u \ t PHMUE IN A NEW VAUXHALL i/A'Al OR WYVSUi KrtgSS l W cm in 1 New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived. IIOHIKI IIIUM III*. -Mil HISSi <.VII\.h.



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ptr.r six HEMRY mRnuw; ADVOCATX Tfimsnw \rnii w BY CARL ANDERSON '. MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY i MOOOfl S>N5RN -O *ccc v -_s: K >. iAWO\ The Hiil.ll...( ihIlril lliiiniiiw POP I x %  v V ->*;-, RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RA\ .1. lN•^Ol*t •^.:ClXT iN THI CTVI %  0O_*US-CCSS M' %  AVOUAswutT ve Jivi KNOCKOUT "case...: M irs^ ; e*_s %  numm s IONB %  ~OOTTA MB SO^ 60IN6\TKB fi'cMi WAS ~0 --"iNOl [*i*V IT a* .**'.! ,. ~ ,7 Ml ID 30 TILLVtX. I -M Strawberries (tins) Sineillevs Itluik flirrjMIII (tins) Brooks IVurs {2 l \ Hi tins) Ausi Sliced Peecnes (1V( Ih tfau) Silver Leaf Apricols (2 1 Hi tins) AJ1 Pears (1 Ht tins) Ausi. Trnpiwl Fruit Salad (2 1 .. Hi tins) Trinidad drape Fruit Hearts (tins) t inkluil Cherries (bols.) 1 rinidad Orange & Grape Fruit Juice—tins H ianemas: Three Bays Tomato Juke tins iamaica Orange Juice—"tins Apple lulce (bota.) Robinson'* Orange Barle) Watei ... Claytons Lemon Squash (bota.) „ Limn Juice Cordia] (bota.) Hire*' Bays Pineapple Juice—tins Canned Meats Walls Pork Sausages urns) 71c. Swifts VHHUU s.iusages (4 oz. tii") 21k. n.mish CockUU aajiaacea JMit. Swills Veal Loaf •) " lius) 47c. Danish Pate de Foie (tin*) Mc Fames Petted Meat \ss>ried (tins) 20v. Palethorpes Cumhrid|{e Sausages (tins) 71. Wines, Liqueurs, Beers, Stouts \\< nirkcii Vi-Sloul ( h.iiubcrlin 1SI.1 Boll Crcme de M.nlhf ... Ilrnriliitiiu' HUM WinriirniN ... -• (. irdon's Dr\ ('.in 2..'ill %  I! '"Ihs I .".n (House of I.mils) 2 '.li Gilkya Empln Ki ,i i .in Pon Wine U| S.7I >i Ewans (R.MI l.M Label) Bert %  P. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd. Condiments & Extracts Cobnut Muslord ('. lb tins) Mnriuns C'urrv Powder (bills.) Morions Drit-il 8 %  : C (bols.) Morions Ground Giuuer (bols.) Morions Miveil Spice (bols.) Bovtil (bols.) si l.ii 'in i,o Oxo (jarsj || |] s.', Miitmile (OOtt.) l.o J} Celery Sail (jars) :i;, Cerebo. Tabli (tins) 3



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T7 rillrtSD.W. \PP.1I 27. 1930 CLASSIFIED ADS. IIAKBADOS ADVOCATr PAGE SEVEN %l 00 FOR REST SI—-" chan* KHUC SAOXS >ICT1 0N ANT >••*' %  HOUSES %  JM .int "m .444 AIIM Lmhlcy. J7 4ao—4|l .IOW .Horu.,.,,, _, 1-0 ;roi "*-. fully fumishi n. from im Ma; DIED ..4TH-IP-AUCK widow Ui ''" T H 0-tftl. dW at as* . -MM it? Bot*e* fis-saral toot HUT* John. Epi.ropa.1 Chvh C ^.^^ at J p.m. >*esterd>ey. —T" r Qreathaad ibrotrMuriel. SSeUa. Lyndon 'U.S.A... I "on ilWnai. Daphne S!" 'B'dos'. Hubert iB.0 rtaHdrcx' HlkU Qalnlon >ietci J^b.i B Q. Papers pl" ~P %  .inning water m •!. (M .'CIOWH rt*,,, „.,„ fc^j„,^ '.-ular. riJal MKI *3 4 SO~t f n %  '.am-..,,lull' (IT %  %  %  1 I i"f* her Dlrllnilan >,,,. Phonp .W ;4W VT. 1,IN SEMORIAM '.a ft— out* *C c Mrtd Of Sorro* %  M m be nmrnbert i "? &. & M a*org< : rJSly %  bwing memory of my dear beloved .ipdCUfTORDC. A BOYCK who JT-ueu • %  AUrtl m* Jtj i A wK ': % % %  III our heart r*> ur nx-"""Mtr|> kit d '"' ""' Asd ihere iHUM pn**cu. •fliil we don't remcmuer vou.' %  MilBoyce (wife. Evslyi .jjuahtf..*. Dr. Frwdrelc.! Bo: Is f*mrmW*l*:e of my dsedaughter LORNA PRCB. who died on April SSth •W in Trinidad -With God all thinge worketh for UHIfa,, ReUtlv" %  "> l-i„U .,!-.. B* M M h. Arthur FiT 4i9D ln WE of Mr P C %  Imw-lni butMl 1 I' to 'hiMI -n m month* For further parttcu'.r .ci.lv lo owner, phono 21fl o( ifi P m .* < -n M TP i • %  niNOALuW-Maxwel).. Chru'"|! rrh n^room^ W.,-. Radio. T*kphan*. alw good 4* a b*lhin.F ? r %  m onth ,.l M-y Apply to M?i J II w klMon, Erin Hall, litahop. Court 'ilL! .. M M a I'nii.H SAMS W\\TMi HELP AN ASSISTANT HISTREs-norSchool from th Seplnritm imn _"..'*~ n CUr— ranting and %  %  " %  w qiMllflDaUona and - ApptcaUona natinc quaJlflcMion* aqi "parlwvf* and lubMi'U offpn rjch th* HesMlni,-... May 3|.| FOK SALE WT0MOTIVE CAKW... ;..,' lorTH B h p moioi a L H Applj Babb. sc l.'i.> or A i. HMni sumo(.it. SI. Juniii II 4.W—Si CAR-Two Auatln 10 Can IMS-41 Uol*U. Both ntt In A-1 ippt). Hinds, Doar'a Oanr. lUillnga MOTOR CAR MSA. 10 II 1' flu i trabaal dun•<— ••%  < mldci., S condition with Iwo %  ; Mr. Archeri HMUMM A Taylor; oarac CAKOna 1N> Chevrolet Saloon Cm la [arfacl condition Alwaj orhvn Apply: C. A. Rock. Dl.il SH3H Hf. %  •! 4 ... IB TlOh, tion* rrrcivcd I will ofli for ule on MONDAY It May on Ihi pn-miac „i ROCK HALL VILLAGE ST THOMAS 10 per.h„ „, u'ld^.th dine at prnani mad u -, club room—which can raaity u* con( ASH' """ nlW rMtom "' TERMS it ARCHER Mag I lllll " %  Auctioneer H.4 10In '*' '' -le Da i ivtiiiun m, FRIDAY Mlh. al 2 p.m I n.y oflVc VICTORIA STREET 8MI ajjuara fact of land at TiHrriiiV' ROM ROAD n MUM \i i fi land liaa on excellent \ .. 'Iiu-boui For Inapactlon and cond" I'. 0 "',-?,' "*iif ; APP 1 " B ARCHER Mc KEN/.IE. Dial 2*41 H :-> %  ha REAL ESTATE % %  %  triK-latl. Thi-M niiUUng water All moacr: • % %  Oanyfe. fnilt trea, Uwna. Archie CUrkc Ph.,ne IWO: I to 4pm IT 50L> CARS A rl< KB At bargain (flea*, "inny makea ate Phone 34M Harabiii 4. U*a> '" M High SI 33 4 Mn BAmv At Nb . !*"*** guaranieed aole of 150 plnli % %  dally For impccUon. apply Teddy *am (UTb, WE will art up for — le at pubUr iil our Offlrr NoIT. Hlgt itgetown. on Friday th at) \t-rll 19*0 al 1 p m A Dwelling houa* (formerly Ihe Munagera Houaa of Goodland I'UnU HM Pariah of Sam, Michael wiu me land on which it slandi eon'.iinini, by admaaauremani I Aur Itooda. 4Vi, Parchaa or thaeaabouta .my day between 10 a m .md 13 o'clock noon. For further partlcuJara and Cnndl 'Ion. of Sale, npplv to Ihe uaderslgmd COTTIX. CATF.14 4 5" Or l.F.Kill.XlKSituate In Pa*aaf< Road. St. Michael. utandlrJi op 6,11 .f land Tha houae la built of atone and eonl-liva gallery, drawing, dining, mtting *nd breakfikft room*. Pantry, kitchen v C and bath downaUlra 4 bedrooma <1 with runnlnar mtai i .'1 Sunday* 1 m. and a p.m. Tho above will b* aet up %  Public Coti.pelltlon at our Offke lr 'I'.'lgetown on FUday i] l&0 al 3 p.m. CARRINGTON & S/.AI Y Soli. FLOOR POI.ISHFI'S A fV .Tohr.M.n %  H Baaulirlor Pollthari Hlal SM ^O** . Co., Ltd. Elecli a 4.106n -—-TT PALVTSnr^ndram Henderson iM' yn-ixv \i ST*" dlatemperi Painla MM gin. ^T*'* J 3 VI ln Th< fc Here. %  BARNES S. Co Ltd. IS.4.50 13a NO HOl-SE %  Cnrn'niiilng approx intalel 4.833 aquara feet. No. SB ii.tebu. -..ntullv erected atonewa ondll <-.imprlnii MRS. Spacious atore • %  ore room*, entrance lo far age Front age: 4TI0" Washing lanka. and manlias, concreted throughout tS 4 bedrooms, large draw mg and dining rooms, toilet and bat' %  ill verandah F,i:trlc lighl. power and water ar in1. Broad St S3 4 So 3n jyfTB %  ...r OloM ? !" J pei coma and gel %  A BARNES k Co Ltd 1 4 80-lJn •"aS^" 131 TRUCK TV! F Z? !" : W . M 7: 14t0 : Mi.M. Auto T> M.4.90--1 f n % %  COKD CHANGERS— Ano %  %  'o hand Dl 00 compl OaCoata A Co, UdT net i.-i oi rte Dial KlecUlcal i M Ba JEfMCORD PLAYEJ m e?Uen *lllr 'il for tie 40 Dial %  IV>ta A Co Ltd _Jr< M-n .g^-G-iulna I^nd Sand, can be %  "wad any pan o( lh# i l1and p.. BasJ fah 11 Ballaplalne. St Andrew J' H.4.IO-2n !K HarraM'i Toy Depl ha. )u-l **• %  • shipment of rubber do'ls Lyjatali that %  |llPJ i i .,. C ? TT** "*— Dr.* i, llsj paying a \.H< C r HARRISON A Co ^ ~s5^* FLTFS „.-:., .... *aaa ,u., n*i pu.,, | U *S?SSi*J""' % %  %  *'"' "JIICHTS DRUG STORKS 11 4 50 2 EVDrroN Sitiuited on Top ROCK, Chr!t Chun' Yeovllloiki on T,. Acre A delightful new modem Real One*, having three Bedrooms. A Urg :ng room. met. Tin fully tiled Bath and Toilet. choice of a fen-th bedroom il I.-ung hrcomea lounge-Dining room. Outeldr Two Sarvanta Quartars. Toilet and Bath Two Car Oarage, price £4.500 ..r further par-iculara apply H-lph A Heard. Hardwood Aliev Phone 4653M0. w • ^TTFa^UTOT-HaMlngs *"> Boad led. 3 bedr.m ear lee. all modem eon vf-iilences Rent Sou 00. i m wall building 3 bedioom dining A ltilng rnom I nt tW (W Aag)| on pgtBafcMB Vhon. 3001 The underaignad will offer for sal* W mpatlUon at their office Jami%  1S50 at S p m 1 acre 1 rooda • X/T lurches of land ..1 Maxwe'l. near Tot n,-ck Chnd Church This land whie* .n the public road has a fronlag' of IgS feet, and faces Ihe hungatowi : % %  For lut Over i-rti. %  %  ;v %  -. Jame. Slrret rr so I'luiPEJlTY In rroaa road at Spoonen Hill consisting of double roofed houaa 1 ihed and kitchen together with '. acre of land Price 1*000 00. Tha abov* can be purchaaed on tarma Half of the amount muat be paid whan purchasing -ime ror furthar parth-uUre apply U> icolt. Magaiine Lsuie. oi dial 3T43. *7 .4 S0-4n 5&?f*lJ!s, •Polv Hush L %  • . a 4 50 THEY'RE HERE! O the handy little PORTA. TUX Ovana for us* a fiaa Rolling Ring than If vou hare a big r*n They're useful when you d*sn"t warn lo light up a big oven Jurl for that individual dish. The Price •. See them al -our Gas ShowGALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS I iml 8' X 24 G. WE HAVE THEM OXlllll KOIMHI. I/I II. Pier Head & Broad Street GIRL COUWTlll ASSHSTANT I m M S'.ore Apply In person I ward. DruggW and Grocer !" e. Chrui Church. 11.4.30a IMMEDIATMLY for at teaat ^-c % %  .1'ER for RMM "llwheba AppltoaUons In K 4 30—n MESSENGER An energetic ofhee "'"'"I" 'Male, for usual ofhee work HI. neat and willing to work paaTtsM wllh letter eg reoon. % %  l-ane M 4 SOIn Young Ladv tot %  %  %  I N I i MISCELLANEOUS •••Ml M \crnrr*wrned or ebtalnlng orde* asa --'-.if Ohtl Msssala No previous eepertenBTrSsa today for beaut>fui f— •St to Bnta'n'i bsrRMl a ,:.HJiers; highest coinmlasto 'xoney making oppt-etunll— •Ulli.ma A Co.. Dap* 10 Victor -hs Pvaatnn. Engtae NOTICE rARim or T MTIB Wanted by the Pooi 'aw C.uardianfor the Aln.ehoua* a fully qualified Nur> -apatle of taking charge of Midwiiei 1 Salary aag rfl per 'T.IIM present IhemseKc i\'h nirth CertlfiraTc niid credentials t. ^r P M O at hi* residence tir iK-foir Apr.. 0am Clerk. Poor Law Guardians. a i MJ ir NOTICE MRS A CABINET MAKER* •r* Invited to attend a meet %  eimna School Ha;: April ISM at S a m when Mr UHlVr Manager of C F Harrison' D*pt will eaplam .^ir developing the wood %  luatry kg Barbados a* referred to ir > "cent l*eue of this p*iItonald Tree. 35 4 _4n MALVERN ACADEMY %  Thla school will re-open on Tuesday %  % %  •• LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 00a Jordan %  i No. Ml ol IKtl I %  hop with •hadruof altaclied at Sea %  g bggad .:.ii ptlwiislml %  .-.h. %  %  %  it at such Dated tin L .1 ivso. JiOM .tuKDAN :.N M n i ill ieon :. r .lock, a.m %¡ J. H i Police Magistrate. DI*I n i I'.s. Typ %  l High School i on Ssturdi Enti.t SU'iio-t nwtic, ate. Next Shorthand July. %  H K P'l p.S ihli. Ch. Ch. •o.—In. t.tlOlis !! l I KKIS. JEWCLUB] lilt \^>\'. Mil It \hlMIMII SANDAL 1VOKV I It THA.N'I BROS New and Stylish FURNITURE CEDA* and AAAHOGANY AT MONEY RAVISr. I'KU'F-S Stiuauiiilned and other Morris Sultea and feparate pieces—Tub I i Settee* %  ng Table* In 40 Duma. slses. riiiMte*, %  ante with httast concealed stools. Dining. Office. GaJlarty. lavaSi and y^r.iitunr L. V W II SON Trafalgar Street U Malurrd Blend., 411J Hodlrvl l STUART & SAMI'MIN LTD. N wonder f out of It people uj S & S again II r SAMPSON I III Ir.duuirtera lor Bni Run BSV .OVKII.\.HE.\T >OlllfS %  tun ^>ni1 Will be p.. "Humphti Liquid", "Huni%  | I Maximum I I IJquul.. ?6th Apr! Small sized bot. Medium Lars.e Ml pot Mtxhuni 4-oi. bottle %  16-OI. .. per oz .50 W .87 .97 DKIWKTMKN T OF EDUCATION si. Qdbavgt'i (.irk Bch eol — si. Oeoffgj APPLICATIONS .nt iiivi:. %¡ •O tft 'l I b n with .a least It 1 %  BOB. The minimum professional (ni.dnii.iiuin i.-.|i, the Department Of • %  ( frDDS Salary will be in accordance with tht BealfJ tor Head Teachers in a Grade II I I rtOOL Candidates should which may be obtained from the Depiirtnieni of Mucation. All applintions must bv in tht* luinds of the D.i 1950. .Mth April. 1950. XB, AppslCJ IMd foi appointment tn the post Ol ln.-pv. lei ( in i new organisation to adminisler bOAUtBg loans from the Labour leuied under the Suitar Industr) (iUkhl %  IM1 Candidates must turn iedj(t of but: ..nd labour. The salary attached to this po.--t la 11,200 pea uMaUm. Travelling xpenses entailed in connection with the tin: .i^.ntinunt "ill ba paid at rates similar lo those paid t< QoTfSiuiMtnl Onosn LUng AUowan. I -. 194(4. Thli i%  asporao nature, non-pi to termination with one month's notice on i Applications m wiiting wttl III ba raofivt up to thei ^Uth April. Applications .m unite. i CtM BpOOtDbnasstl lo tho ..>.' posts of i td Junior Clerk in a new .'itcauisaUoii to adl loan* from the Labour Welfare Fund in .' -i Industry j (Hchabihtation Price SUUlltflOi 2. Candidates must be in poMSsal certificate of equivalent standard. Applirai %  should ai&o batn dga <-i srTWuntanfT, 3 Thi salary scale of both posts will be similar to that of the long grade in tha Local Civil BalaoHthi ing salary Of $1,872.00 per annum for llu nnum for the Junioi I 4, TIMBM IB/ltfa one RKkftt] 5. A| MitinK With U I MBce, Ilridgctown. up lo \Mil Applu a new organisation to administer housing lOBJ HI Welfare Id 1947. 2. Tta< r scale of tl D x $48 $1,200. 3. This po*: -, 4. Applications in writing will Time TELEHDIST ll>li .aulia TippiDg Gear Precision built, and dtMignod to minimis* strain on chassis, Teleholst Hydraulic Tipping Gaar can bo fitted to almost anv type of short or long wheel base vehicle. Speedy tipping is controlled from the driver's cab and the body can be raised or lowered and held at any intermediate position. All Teleholst equipment Is guaranteed for twelve months. %  he aSvat/eir>r-dift, TeJsSeist -.t4.lt.lis-. HARBOUR LOG In • .III.NI. II;I %  IS %  %  %  lease/. %  %  %  > %  cat %  %  %  i i.i, R, M. Jot i in i i.tMi KI> %  t-rhoonrr OWIM M V DM %  % %  %  %  %  1 diner AIV In I ouch With Barbados Coast Station Cable .-nd Wireless iW I LU adve thai they cssi new cunur Ib* following Uiip. ., % %  I I ailaingg. S S Monte Aliubg. S S Vsu-i.. S3 irrtiguao/. SS Gold Ri 'aedefjrll. S S Momtardo. S S Edvur.1 Monnacteni, :' S ClaveUnd. S S EilasbeUi A FUnlB%  Lug no, Ba gtR lf W. S 3. ItnquaUa. S S Aivasay. 84. Gaacoahe, K.urita Swatasan, s.s. Neuva Andalucla. 'telena, s s Canadian Victor. S.S. Regent Ttge<. S S Gran Pond. S B rtaagat, SS Harhtce. MS. I baule. SS. Alma Runner. I B l-av S B. Doakouu, S S. SaaVoiia. S.S Ktbasn. 9S BotuUre, S.S. Wideawaaie. jiggiiaSi Irtaer, s I %  liagenaa. Sea we 11 \NUIVM S 1 H.W I | I Irani I r laldag: Chail. %  K i. Oaatoa %  Iron n..i din, MiF Mis. Shetlo i %  M i\t:ti HI -.i'. it vi i v i i -i >i i gets %  1 I.i KmUt I %  %  %  SHIPPING NOTICES MORaTBBAl MMIUI. MW ZtAlAAII IIVI I.IMIirli 'M A N.Z LINRi 8 S 'DirA'ONla eapectad to arrive al Trinidad from Australian portt abovt teth May S S -CTTV OP DtEPPE'* Mils Port I-inApril Itth. Adelaide May SUi. Matborne. May ISth. Sydney. May 34th. Rrb>biuve June Tth. arriving at Trimd.il about 4U July. Ilnrbssdsa aJsout Jm> Sth Theae veaseU hava aanpl* space foe chitted, hard frotan and genera, cargo Cargo accepted on through bills .1 lasting wit, transhipment a. TrmldW Ib-iUsh Guiana. Barb-dos. Windward For further particulars -, FUHisraaa. wrTttY A COMPANY, LTD Agenle Trinidad. DA COSTA & CO LTD Agents Barbadoa. Tfco M.V. "Dearveaod'' vfl accept Cargo said '" % %  ingm for St. Lucis. St ^ lnce^lt. Uranada, Avuha, dale of saluna will ba glean. T*ie M V %  Canbbra'' wUl a w apt .'Jominc*. Aidjgua, Monl^rrat, St. Kllta-Nevta. date of ealling will ba given B.W.I, schaanrr Owners' Aaeeetalesn (Inc.) TeL 4S47 W Mcoa, SisanufupCo. II1AIIII VIASSAW lllll III %  4.. %  %  DMaSt ft prsianuw inciion .aid preaaad raUulai -upply. ;..-..,.. i. %  kg and %  reamr.i l* SO do not forgvl In eSStt. It %  %  I 0A rtOAMER" ALCOA I1UNNER* ALCOA HANGER", NEW YORK SSEVICE •-la Arc. N.Y. B'gea Tth April lTth April isth April sui May NSW OBUANS SERVICE **r Arr. N.O. B'Saa Sand March eUi Aprl) 50. April Jird April 1 %  n April 4th May Mil THRU! ND Naaae al Ship %  ^S. Ali-oa Pilgrim S.S. "Alcoa 1'ennant .i Patriot" "Mlll'i" Mi ISSBM ef tialp SS "AkoaPt ant CANADIAN SEBVICE t -an. Msalreal Sails Bslilss I Arrives Barhaaoa April Iflth MalJth Mag IMR SS. "Alcoa P^.itan'' May 11th ^'a> IMfe June Sth For St. l-awrence River Ports St John. Ushlax SI. Lawrence River Ports M John. Monlr-ai. Angdy : DA COSTA Si CO, ..TD —Can *<|ian Sr\;. ROBERT THOM LTD -Warn. Yorh and Gull Service.: Real raUte Afentav— Auctioneer*— Surveyors DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M. HLAIMJN. AJ.S, F.VJi.) Connections in ... IK— CANADA—t'.S.A.—VENEZUELA Keforr bu>lng rxamlnr our extensive llala of high rlasa I'ruperlv and Land localed In ail areas I'hune 4640 : %  ; I'laaUUeng buildiiif %  Oil iAJJB "MAKISTOW IfnCurnislicd t: MNW. Kully Furnished t4,5l aa of the best position* on Maxwell Coast, having Plivati Boa Ling of Kour Bedrooms, Large Lotltlge Dining-Hooin, large kitchen, Butterv. Etc. Also having 2) delightful Balconies. Outside Two car Oarage, Three fowl houses. fun) furnished. Purchaser paying Stamp duties, i'l.-scsMon within one Month. Viewing 4 p.m.—0 pjn. .ii... day. Iuither particulars, p..one 4H83 or 8402. into Aim \i SI I I < I |>\ HIUW %  <"< BMOJ >l>< i"i pair mil Shadea n^STIC 36" aide in While lUue, |^i„„,, A Pink etc. per jd. lllll > II \ IH III I.IS ii.ulli.olour 36e. each 1 I I M I IlIBUUN in Red. Illark. N.uj aod Green I:I an MSOI srosi wsaa roa UUMM AT TUE aaaMMMkWAi IHIhNS MIOIV g^ i r ry^-r^%  SSSWaa t I ^^ZT^ZS Enhance Your BEAUTY with lhee MAXFACTOR Products %  -.Li itruibes. :.I.I\ I... tor make up Blender. Almon Cream. Mori. sin-kiiCraajB. m 1 • All Shade*). Pan Cal.e make up (all shades) THE COSMOPOLITAN U In. lull ul„il, fruii. Hi, .Sol. Aural. f or ll.rliii.li.s mm HIM; ESTsTCi \IVII THAUINI. i; n ., Lid. Hut Mr.il. FOR SALE KLOLK II \(.s. Ready laundered. Kor further .lars apply K. R. Hunte & Co.. Lid. Dial ttll. %  Hr. %  '..•sun YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CANES INSIREII By applying to . I Ml. I> .WI.SIOK.s I 0 LIMITED BMMaBM Inderwrlter* MarkUl SttM. OSj RALPH A. BEARD AUCTION ROOMS. )IAJUJW>K>I> ALLKY Oflars for —le the folk) ' <. i: A.. %  ..,.,. I Anwrtcan n-idge' it 1 .. Years 'iuaxantee. viarcuat Anwrka... JW rturr,, u Years Ouae. .^aarco law Csvsam Daap r.eeser t> Years Guau candy Ploas Mssnhine. Csntaean of Oitlary. 17T pir*a. Stiver pease* ihsrreti USA Et-cin. AddlnVht^iiine 'T^gToIaT t Vaiva O B C IW.*r-,..r*. Slnrgn WanveT 13 Valve .,navie nsodel I Valve Twin •kpea.kar Radio Dining Chads* TTitinsaiir 7ft V) suroaaate d. bta Thin,--' %  ,. sfewvai Numeruua amgUl Mstfiogsny table. Antique. Open dally am. lo II. \ ELSWICK CYCLES ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THESE FAMOUS CYCLES HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED GENTS 24 ROADSTERS I ASH OH IhHflS CHARLES McENEARNEY & Co., Ltd. CROHN? £iOWNf tMHNf tiums? CKOS WHAT? CROWN GISGEKALI



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T" I liursda. April 27 1950. Sarbains locate Prirr: FIVE CEXTS V € %  n r S 5. LABOUR WINS BY FIVE VOTES Bad weather aeain prevented %  w West Indies team practising this morning and instead they eent by coach to see BeachyHd. famous Sussex landmark. 'alcott and Piei re. both o( whom le colds stayed at the hotel. |oddird went :o Newmarket to the Two Thousand Guineas (By Cablei Worst April In 30 Years LONDON. April 26 Britain's woi v. Api I a—]* 7 in mote :han 30 years mu*n' chaos to rail and'road inipun %  round ins E. Government Is Determined To Break Dock Strike Would Use 20,000 Troops To Keep World's Greatest Port ftp,;, LONDON. April 26. I ONDON'S STRIKING DOCKKRS today d,.,;,,,.,, ,„ ,.„„. a* Unite their 17-day old slrike after | nan ,„ „. hj| .| derided against u return tu work until a hallo) |,,. \, r ,., held. About MW strikers attended the meeting, held it heavy rain. __ —•• Man.v of them had nhrauat UK ""V '> %  % %  utt ..( tin .sink,-, ii, pubnon of three men Transport Wor!:crUnion Got n,,., part in last year's strike. In the docks, about 11.000 uockJ.000 troops were worklnj 45 ships vital foodstuffs. Another 1,000 men had jolnec • %  like today, brlngin 8 iln total to 14,400 — more than nail the port labour force. TinI.undon Dock Labour Uoaro was meeting today. Observers thought it might issue .. go-backor-be-nred" uluni t %  nighi gnawad thai to use more than 20.000 troops it neceiaary to break th. dock slrike coiwiemned by Ministers as Cominuiusl-inspiiiil I i-nt .'.head to bring in the first 1,000 airmen tomorrow to join more than 3,000 soldiei men already at the idle docks, and expected to five ir fon Marshall Down With Measles WALCOTT HAS A COLD Advocate Con-capo nOrnt i LONDON. April 26. It was confirmed this morning Halt Boy Marshull believed ye&ttrday to be suffering from in*aaua had contracted measles. He has been removed to an notation hospital at Eastbourne mi according to Mr. J. M. Kid%  r/ is expected to be there for about 10 days Big disappointment for Mai •ball whose 20th birthday was naterday is that he will not only rial seeing the FA Cup Final at fanbley on Saturday but also that he will have little chance aew of opposmi; Stollmeyer and lie for the position of opening batsman for the first county game' an emergency Inb Uainst Worcester on May 6. proachitiu 10.000 m -nd. If tin U out. the Governn i %  to see that the n it and that the %  voti is kept open. National Dock 1.1 %  "• %  Rruter. Parliament Packed With Crutches And Sticks London lOUntl :es id earlv Jordan Short Cirri-iits U.\. Plan n f^ondon considered to-da toh". Thousands of cany travellers Ro the capital ware delayed freak winterIn-aprlns and ice clogged railway felled trees and telegraph Nocked roadi JtBton railway centres wen1MB unable lo sort out the awules raused by bn •4 Notation of stations, With ear1 morniiin tempi rates i|.wn t< pMtog point, the electricity nu%  dt)' imposed heaw powei %  throughout England. —Renter. %  gion had short cireuib Jerusalem Observers beln %  is now | f| future decided. The m. the Old I I Jordan bra %  %  velopment no* %  : the JewJahi Jerusalem New City in the State of Israel. —Renter. Trinidad Council Speaker Leaves For England ft// Discuss New Orders For Council MR. WILLIAM SAVARY, Speaker-Designate of the new Trinidad Legislative Council, left Barbados lasl night m his way to England on the S.S. "Oaacagtw" I i list i fW n ew standing orders for the Cornell. U.S. Will Launch locket Next Month PORT Bn He ani" Uai in th< aftarnoon Intrwi H m Trinidad Cal.. April 26. VT„ waplane tendei "Norton !" converted Into .1 Moating "ing pound, was leaving to t'l the launiliing of a 50 ""el next imnth al a je "Pot In mid-Paclnr to aid -earrh > ,IL ,citnu "t. aid to-day ch the highest nude m attained by an; ' %  %  %  " instruments are %  rocket. nose to record re-. "* n nriinin haj auwaj III the past. I do not ink she will stoji I i • %  .11 id eon* tac! nu-ti.i i iveriunflni In linden t'luiii m Buain to lie handled h • <>n pace 3. Poles Expel Last British Correspondent Guilty of "Unobjectice Reporting" Rei %  U N %  K, ||ci London I ; ...nn the m ihe Western E*n I "Mi iistrj %  ion pubiii'". : inn 18 b %  %  %  Yi|. |r. fluist's rtaaea %  %  iiui.mimimt.ttii, %  %  proteau i R'uln —Renter. I %  %  it,,.,,.„ | i ; —RrMier. Mr WILLIAM I w lull Mr. |ava Wvacatr %  l %  %  Hand. h. New Republic Proclaimed In Indonesia DJAKARTA. April 20. %  %  Hibttc of ..I, I %  %  Hie the to.! Abdul Axil %  \ %  Axis later surrendered. The Sou i which it>iEaat InaVw It in< ; %  %  %  %  1 %  1 Itussiuii Leads In CIKSS Toiirjue) i %  i i. r titer. way BROWN K.O'S BRAZILIAN April -t %  %  — Mm ALI BABAlfTiNEON NKW VOKh %  %  %  I rlminni \\ ill Grant Part Facilities To Vr^-nliiiu VIMllllfc ', preaa confi • %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  —Kevter. $350,000,000 Increase For I'SWarBudget Russian Atom Bomb Sooner Than Expected >BHIMOTOM \pul M %  %  S350.0OO.0OO •afonee, Louai JohnIht the ..dditional (unds that ihe loatoo had %  . %  t'omplcte N I N %  % %  Chii %  I %  %  . %  %  %  %  I —Rriilei France Waote IVirndship W illi(.crm;iii\ PARIS \ dealt wtV %  %  %  i %  ( I., i i n ..(M-raiton HU1SG-\RIA\ I'RESIDEIST RESIGNS H &* ANTI-TANK ^WASHIN^T... design %  • >ei i— tn. • %  taaat • !"*.— aaim I aJ* UnUeo State* Armj -i,, --**oc*st inter%-ier hare —K filter the po^ Rffturnii uxj aUrbafloa litililuin \sks lor \dums %  member %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  —Beater 9 \nvslr. nimi.it woa If 1 . .. %  %  %  %  %  • on pair 5 Council, in addition u> aaarei icetaaa %  increase in the pn^tant staff. i Labour Union and wapaper of the S.. 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PAGF. TWO HUiRVDOS ADVlH A.I THURSDAY, APRIL •;. m tfaJuJb (falling coot YARD WIDE PICTIRtfn IIF.Rt:. 1* Mm. KoMniund Wright, thr %  .-**!> who live* on Ouiim Inland off the noTOu-a-l Betel •>> Antigua and ouni a group or about a dozen other smaller MaiirK — H H Ml ni'lurr HI. taken In the ground* of Ihr Ilotrl Wlndae? ihtvfl] Mtri aV left the hotel lo board Ihr ' L L Y W O O D: den in llwl i -because of the Thin %  %  •i productior %  ftcr M ligm m /! otres aomethiny lo the coolie hat, sotnet**** RBI *••* %  shade. this luce-decked shalIoi£H^otimd canWM-4 ***" J'aiam lrau>. trimmed uitfi bhae velvet. Ihr i hra%liu* In palm ire* itr.irrfnl IWU, %  Crazy Hats In A Crazy World 10, rabbit. , tfjxl !" attention V --hops are full liner showed l nrt • %  I one; and buyers nest full of fluffy veUo .,,. ;( %  ; • neat toft another u %  ^^^^ Rupert and the Dragon Pills—28 to her Inland home. %  and panied by Capt W. U visited and inspected the Lazaretto yesterday niorinnK Arriving Saturday S IR OBOHOI SEEL. K-CJI.O the new Compu Development and Wl •Ti. hrrr lhat nylna fUh pi-. And wint* tipped WWII MB If •andi. Hire riatura* alorloua power l>old iwti .1 human handi ... rnd of day U le-lms inn OaMR down in colora aen by ivm*. Mrs. Adam John folk* who liveWest Indies and also British Cochairman of :. mission will be arriving M' : BaUMdM .11 sw It ha. on bu with Mi an I BeWa On the Way O N THE high seas bound ( %  Barbadoa, is a colon Saturday, Also due to arrive on Iba %  •uuinu." tot Bartx ., M*T i Latest New* or i l^j'r ; rw lowing, wttli H..". : % %  HmU, a lontin lln| pu-lurcs of his wedUinii Awy l-or Six Monlht L ADY VIOLET : %  \l Norfolk, wore a 100LTJ ( ,.I from Colly ilnrbados. Htaril u it w '-i:t Uvtai monllis wttil %  "-' V 1 Bngl I will I short.. I Jones RedirainK on Friday M l liools. I bai .•xhiliitLi M since Off to B.G. .. M | ) who i Been in W.I. Since 1947 fit AM) HJ 1. S %  the lunbwi and his i %  Vlncant so very probubl> on %  I, tinmm will ihrwaraI Teaching Art G B I HAM IS %  Antigua has bean appomt.- %  %  %  prriodi<. D to EimlaiiO >: % % %  holiday an „>n. 111. I'll..-. A i-ll kr.. May, ar. i .i i in boat. In view 0* Ibi .listing dock %  trika tn Antigua havini '^ %  : I ID ired to thtteamer. B.G. Beauty Queen %  I .• hoUoaj, in Barbados On wemg i fit imokc thl %  : irtlr. Kupcrt by dropp.: %  jnd the food. i"J by Auk HE iwy it 'op ipa . f thl ill* i'eai %  il being angry. *ie now bowinji polncly. %  I he*t :rut ihe young dragon i MV tiw ig*d Voo must poi-' %  BU nnDH itor> BMW H.vf h^rn irue." Of courn "And Tht yount drafea ETIMI I Thj-'s i %  on to work it: LXYDLBAAXI 1 %  • %  N '. I I L LOW .1 ,pc. in all h*u. cow latten an V < r>|i|.^iain guuUtioa V H W B R W R H D W Y D S M C N D IQDZNLCHr-1 HV i : i R AVI ATI* riJH* ( I % I MA (M.mr^.s Onl^T IT a 30 "DA AND j I" \< N A WARMER lull's PI B W i Still in Barbndog IVI %  loa. He was the M 1 ; and BY THE WAY "y Beachcomber A BSD ..1K.UI • .aid "Thal'l it." ,,, If Ho oul s ...I.I 111 ,v,., asks aw dad to play P 010 In /'.. free look ,„„..-. 1....1 I low If ffaMtf „) llli.mh ..no think „.„ buka %  ( %  %  ,.,!.. ,it poll.rlk imugban, "Way Tjo ... i %  "'"" OrkogratJT" tal i •-' Wha w, d not %  i o what rmn I „-. knot | : i.ion bom %  i I'l'.'""/iii/./jii'i''' F OK lluliisl Innc in ln,i.o> history tlio book thililni made from the bOOl %  u loa Aim i the ln...k made from tinMm I lii in ii.-. Heart' will bt Ihl olumn I.I.OIIS; toll M MAI IMI IMI Ml.Ill I IM oil i I mo, IIS NaVI Vath Slarl i u i no mi i,-i. reHea .. i M M \. i "v n \t.i I,In, : -III Mlsll I \KM i in i lie, C M H iaa I .nils I nilii m WmmOmm *T l.iidi'<>' .i/- from 711^-1. 4 hildrrna. I? 70••BaftWllwrill" .irdle-s Si/ s •2—l I from II. 64 EVANS and WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET COCO-TE CALYPSO JOE CROSSWORD 1 %  i 1 7 — II T 1 %  f J '3 r-f_ 1 p i I 1 BIG ADDED ATTRACTlOfj AT THE :PLAZA (YOUR POPULAR CINf^ niinv ONLY \T s.30 P.M. ; s: The JUBILEERS QUARTET & ti H-1 Down. Sim. i Lu>tm. l-7 8. Thl. la -illy. (6) %  iid. AlieniaUtc t. %  10 %  on: r •*) \oo>piri1. IOI iorn la fowl. (31 Produces a pun lamr. Hi Part 01 tlir bow. (81 Tlirr* letter* 'In(Icrt ni -tniil was %  • y ii must b* %  ..il. i4' lid ta> S. irroia. ulo -Inipiv (41 ll omit or oalntul cotnliii (ST 141 t ro! %  ell in A MUSICAL PROGRAM inrludlne CALYTflOBS. SPIRITI'AUS. BALLAIM . Also . I at V\ miiT 1 \. lion Mil HER KIND OF MAN" with DANK CLARK, JANIS PAIGE and ZACHARY MATINEE: TO-DAY AT 5.00 P.M7 Picture Only — HER KIND OF MAN" set* EMPIRE TH E ATRE TONIGHT AT 8.30 O'CLOCK IKIMIIAII'S 1'O.TI.AK < ALYl'SOSlANg IXJHD ZIEGFIELD ^MIGHTY SPOTLT*. LOKI) PRETENDER "TniNIDAD MlDC^ianasi * % %  ; -.. ii*. aa, -. n. Bafl ItOVAL Worthings % %  IIOUN III i 'H -I \ IN wllh HrlAN 9TOCKDAU9 I tll'llll 1-ial Batl T Kg il :toubU. . II \\,i BOI M s n ii IX) NK.II I ..: I .10 P.IU. H.IMIIMI i U<1 I -IH i d Midgrt KO.W %  4 39 ;aul B tS iabrrt Wii %  Mil I Vliss mi MM) *lil k-. and LONK WOl.r l\ WF.XH V.-U4-Jncdiii'ltnc DKWIT omil'IC 1 %  x-. DM \i in IBAMB ..I MI i M-,S > .,Kl..MKNr inr of the Latest CALVPSOES ,nd Rear Hit TRIMOAU MIIMillT -4 l W | 1 M| MRU l> I'it IS.-; Iloiue 36c; Balcony 4*c; lloxn a. in %  I'rosra Da .mil Hear TI low ffiitV hvard Xnthiit' YtHl /r'Z/r'IK! I MW NtW TIMES... OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST ENTERTAINER! mmm foGMwt d IARBARA HALE *! %  %  =.:'.' ''reirilWiciaamai EMPIRE TOMOHMll Some Hems you will need during llw Crop Season. i \i-i i in i \K a novi i a 11 II ••! a H \-IIKOI1MS a Ji H -i "1M. HUM:I all a -II M II INK | III!I -ill i.i i -.mm. i B| Ma H a -ii in in BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. We have pleasure in announcing that we have recently been appointed agents for the BERGOUGNAN TYRE Cal* i of England and are presenting their products io the Public. These Natural Rubber Tyres are of British Manufacture of the finest Quality and their prices are competitive. We shall be glod to show our range of sizes and quote prices. PLANTATIONS LIMITED


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T"
I liursda.
April 27
1950.
Sarbains
locate
Prirr:
FIVE CEXTS
V n r S 5.
LABOUR WINS BY FIVE VOTES
Bad weather aeain prevented
w West Indies team practising
this morning and instead they
eent by coach to see Beachy-
Hd. famous Sussex landmark.
'alcott and Piei re. both o( whom
le colds stayed at the hotel.
|oddird went :o Newmarket to
the Two Thousand Guineas
(By Cablei
Worst April In
30 Years
LONDON. April 26
Britain's woi v. Api I
a]*7* in mote :han 30 years
mu*n' chaos to rail and'road
inipun
round ins
E.
Government Is Determined
To Break Dock Strike
Would Use 20,000 Troops To Keep
World's Greatest Port ftp,;,
LONDON. April 26.
I ONDON'S STRIKING DOCKKRS today d,.,;,,,.,, , ,..
a* Unite their 17-day old slrike after | nan ,.......... .hj|.|
derided against u return tu work until a hallo) |,,. \,r,.,
held. About MW strikers attended the meeting, held it
heavy rain.
__ ----------------- Man.v of them had
nhrauat UK
""V '> " utt ..( tin
.sink,-, ii, ,
pubnon of three men
Transport Wor!:cr- Union Got n,,.,
part in last year's strike.
In the docks, about 11.000 uock-
J.000 troops
were worklnj 45 ships
vital foodstuffs.
Another 1,000 men had jolnec
like today, brlngin8 iln
total to 14,400 more than nail
the port labour force.
Tin- I.undon Dock Labour Uoaro
was meeting today. Observers
thought it might issue .. go-back-
or-be-nred" uluni
t
nighi gnawad thai
to use more than 20.000 troops it
neceiaary to break th.
dock slrike coiwiemned by
Ministers as Cominuiusl-inspiiiil
I i-nt .'.head to bring in the
first 1,000 airmen tomorrow to join
more than 3,000 soldiei
men already at the idle docks, and
expected to five
ir fon
Marshall
Down With
Measles
WALCOTT HAS A COLD
Advocate Con-capo nOrnt i
LONDON. April 26.
It was confirmed this morning
Halt Boy Marshull believed ye&-
ttrday to be suffering from in-
*aaua had contracted measles.
He has been removed to an
notation hospital at Eastbourne
mi according to Mr. J. M. Kid-
r/ is expected to be there for
about 10 days
Big disappointment for Mai -
ball whose 20th birthday was
naterday is that he will not only
rial seeing the FA Cup Final at
fanbley on Saturday but also
that he will have little chance
aew of opposmi; Stollmeyer and
lie for the position of opening
batsman for the first county game' an emergency Inb
Uainst Worcester on May 6. proachitiu 10.000 m
-nd.
If tin U
out. the Governn i

to see that the n it
and that the voti
is kept open.
National Dock 1.1
"
Rruter.
Parliament Packed With
Crutches And Sticks
London
lOUntl :es
id
earlv
Jordan Short
Cirri-iits U.\. Plan
n f^ondon
considered to-da
to-
h".
Thousands of cany travellers
Ro the capital ware delayed
freak winter- In-aprlns
and ice clogged railway
felled trees and telegraph
Nocked roadi
JtBton railway centres wen-
1MB unable lo sort out the
awules raused by bn
4 Notation of stations, With ear-
1 morniiin tempi rates i|.wn t<
pMtog point, the electricity nu-
dt)' imposed heaw powei
throughout England.
Renter.

gion had short cireuib
Jerusalem
Observers beln ,
' is now | f| '
future decided.
The m. the Old
I I
Jordan bra

velopment no*
.
: the JewJahi
Jerusalem New City in the State
of Israel.
Renter.
Trinidad Council Speaker
Leaves For England
ft// Discuss New Orders For Council
MR. WILLIAM SAVARY, Speaker-Designate of the
new Trinidad Legislative Council, left Barbados lasl night
m his way to England on the S.S. "Oaacagtw" I i list i
fWnew standing orders for the Cornell.
U.S. Will Launch
locket Next Month
PORT Bn
He ani" Uai in th<
aftarnoon Intrwi H m Trinidad
Cal..
April 26.
VT waplane tendei "Norton
converted Into .1 Moating
"ing pound, was leaving to-
t'l the launiliing of a 50
""el next imnth al a je-
"Pot In mid-Paclnr to aid
-earrh
> ,IL ,citnu"t. aid to-day
ch the highest
nude m attained by an;
'
" instruments are
rocket. nose to record re-.
"* ' Norton Sound' bv automa-
Aa2 ,lai"llll"- '
'"-trover wa, aic.....panwn,'
torton Sound1
Heuter.
ROCKET GOES
60 MILES UP
&. PASO, Texas, A~
* Aerobee rocket nred
t the m
am.-,1*1 " Mm
"i "' CO mil,
King, Queen
Celebrate 27th
Anniversary
LONDON A;
The Kla
their Ion.,
London. -(C.P
Buenos Aire$
Talks Will Be
Successful
Says Argentine Ambassador
LXJNDON. April l!ti
i
ajcen the Arfl '

D lxincion ndf

Don Carlos Ho;
he was almost certain itiai th-
in the pent i*v'
ion.
"The Argentina
a- mic mat ton la lunplj
. .1 and reciprocal nrta>n
nriinin haj auwaj
III the past. I do not
ink she will stoji I i
.11 id eon*
tac! nu-ti.i i iveriunflni
In linden
t'luiii m Buain
.
to lie handled h
<>n pace 3.
Poles Expel Last
British Correspondent
Guilty of "Unobjectice Reporting"
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London
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LONDON, April 26.
IN .1 House of Commons crowded to its utmost
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survived two votes of confidence in quick succes
sion. defeat on either of which would have meant
the end of the present Cabinet.
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PAGF. TWO
HUiRVDOS ADVlH A.I
THURSDAY, APRIL ;. m
tfaJuJb (falling
coot
YARD WIDE
PICTIRtfn IIF.Rt:. 1* Mm. KoMniund Wright, thr .-**!> who live*
on Ouiim Inland off the noTOu-a-l Betel >> Antigua and ouni a
group or about a dozen other smaller MaiirK HH Ml ni'lurr
hi. taken In the ground* of Ihr Ilotrl Wlndae? ihtvfl] Mtri aV
left the hotel lo board Ihr ' ill lie In InrJand lor about hI\ month* ami u 111 thru lie ii turning
'. to w lafffw until M-
Wawarliw. *t*narT 6.
: i iwmt fruit PactUM ***<
Marketing Dep<
They are itayinf at Super Mart.
Worthing.
After Two Weeka
AK1 EM IWO aratkl holiday n
C Pleteher n
- iulMM on I
11 w I A where Mr Fletcher i-
Director of Personnel In the
Demcrsra Bauxite Co.. in Mar
From B.C. lo Miami
By But
MRS, JANE ||l
td in Darbado?.
. ,. ago on le Blw
Star', from Nassau lives in Van-
couver. British Columbia. She
travelled (rom Vancouver tc
Miami lv bus which
from Miami to Nassau
by air.
njoying her Barbados
BoUdej immensely anri l
lace of in-
the island Mrs
Honrufel is keen on writing poctrj
and ha* written the followinf
m about Barbados:
BAB*ADOS
A Unf i-land whrrr Ihr RR
SHOW BUSINESS
H t> L L Y W O O D:
den in llwl
i
-because of the Thin


i productior
ftcr M
ligm m
/! otres aomethiny lo the coolie hat, sotnet**** rbI**'
shade. this luce-decked shalIoiH^otimd canWM-4 ***" '
J'aiam lrau>. trimmed uitfi bhae velvet.
, Ihr i
hra%liu*
In
palm ire*
itr.irrfnl IWU,

Crazy Hats In A Crazy World
10, rabbit. , tfjxl
attention V --hops are full
liner showed l nrt

I one; and buyers
nest full of fluffy veUo .,,. ;(; neat toft
another u ____^^^^
Rupert and the Dragon Pills28
to her Inland home.

and
panied by Capt W. U
visited and inspected the Lazar-
etto yesterday niorinnK
Arriving Saturday
SIR OBOHOI seel. K-CJI.O
the new Compu
Development and Wl
Ti. hrrr lhat nylna fUh pi-.
And wint* tipped wwii MB If
andi.
Hire riatura* alorloua power l>old iwti
.1 human handi
... rnd of day U le-lms inn
OaMR down in colora aen by ivm*.
ra" are looking

cricket u
promuti
'.hen
up whan they arrl
Were Here for the Winter , Ji\ (ot you and i. um wan*
I \\|> Mrs. Adam John
. folk* who live-
West Indies and also British Co-
chairman of :.
mission will be arriving
M':
BaUMdM
.11 sw
It ha.
on bu with Mi an I

BeWa
On the Way
ON THE high seas bound (
Barbadoa, is a colon
Saturday, Also due to arrive on ,
Iba uuinu." tot Bartx..... ., ,
m*t i Latest New* or
i
l^j'r ; rw lowing, wttli
h..". : HmU, a lontin
lln| pu-lurcs of his wedUinii
Awy l-or Six Monlht
LADY VIOLET : ' \l Norfolk, wore a 100-
LTJ ( ,.i from
Colly ilnrbados.
Htaril u it w '-i:t Uvtai
monllis wttil "-' V1
Bngl
I
will I
short.. I Jones
RedirainK on Friday
Ml liools.
I bai .xhiliitLi
M
since
Off to B.G. ..
M| )
who i
Been in W.I. Since 1947
fit AM) HJ 1. S
the .
lunbwi
and his i
Vlncant so very probubl> on
I, tin- mm will i- hrwara-
I
Teaching Art
GB I HAM IS
Antigua has bean appomt.- :.
Quick Thinking
i; | HARLB8 '-111 >

prriodi<.
D to EimlaiiO
>: holiday an
>n. 111. I'll..-.
a i-ll kr..
May, ar-
. i .i i in
boat. In view 0* Ibi .listing dock
trika tn Antigua
havini '^
: I
id i- red to tht-
teamer.
B.G. Beauty Queen

I
. hoUoaj, in Barbados
On wemg i fit imokc thl
: irtlr. Kupcrt by dropp.: .
jnd the food. i"J by Auk he iwy
it 'op ipa
. f thl ill* i'eai

il being
angry. *ie now bowinji polncly.
* I he*t :rut ihe young dragon i
" MV tiw ig*d
Voo must poi-'
bu nnDH itor>
BMW H.vf h^rn irue." Of courn
"And
Tht yount
drafea EtImi i Thj-'s i
on to work it:
LXYDLBAAXI
1 n '. I I L LOW
.1
,pc.
in all h*u.
cow latten an
V < r>|i|.^iain guuUtioa
V H W B R W R H D W Y D S M C N D
IQDZNLCHr-1 HV i : i r
AVI ATI* riJH* ( I % I MA (M.mr^.s Onl^T
it a 30
"Da AND
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I" \<.....N
A WARMER lull's PI
B W i
Still in Barbndog
IVI

loa. He was the
m1;
and
BY THE WAY "y Beachcomber
A BSD
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.aid "Thal'l it."
,,, If Ho oul
s
...I.I 111
,v,., asks aw dad to play P010-
In /'..
free look
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low If
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think
. buka .(

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history tlio book .
thi- lilni made from the bOOl
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the ln...k made from tin- Mm I
lii in ii.-. Heart' will bt
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APRIL 27. 1930
^nmark's
Communists
Campaign
tfAINST U.S. ARMS
rOPENHAOF-N. April 25
^* pany, has t*xu W.
23Sr,piiiI me unloading ..1
" iM organisation of a
SnMiratioo in the North Sea
I <)ig. TI WM a minor one and passed
tout incident.
ST jnml >uv was taken this
2-3 warn ine Communist
SnlKu D**r* Unlon Paaswl
TfLiiutlon urging all workers-
ioirr f" >"">* loP'e ">
L-nn the unloading of "Anwri-
Tmunttrous arms" in the port
ropennaien. Offlelals of Iho
adestepped the issue when
d oulnnht whether a strike
being planned. One official
that there had been no tall
strike, but a -spontaneous'
-1 might take place when the
_ anus began to arrive
yftoce Mlniste.- Ilansni told
aanhairen newspaper. "We will
ITour bridles when we come
tbrm "
B uolilicalb' placid Denmark
_ has been no large scale
ms for some truce years. Few-
the Communists to stage a
---nsfii! dockers' strike over the.
tadinc of 'ne i tms Reuter
B \I1I1\IXIS ADVOCATE
Communism
threatens Greene's
Security
ATHENS. April 25.
,_g the debate on the new
^Ijrts Government's pollci
^|jneni today. Populist Part)
KB Leader Constantin
____ rial declared that Russia's
^bn in the Balkans should
ace dear < seeks
Hire relations with Yugo-
B^^^HM. former Premier.
icised the new < oalilion fo.
aatency towards rebels, while
MBtsm was "still thieotenini
rs security and integrity"
Orelared that the Populists
[ vote against the Govern-
Ion the vote of confidence
led tomorrow
Renter.
rading Down
o Minimum
LONDON. April 26.
in most sections of
-lock exchange wu re-
a minimum with deal-
uif the outcome of to.
cntici. I'.utumt'ntary di-
w the United Kingdom'*
proposals
London dock strike was on
ktal restraiiuuj! influence.
|l mousinui; were quietly
lained however and some
nuns were to lie seen in
iviest electrical issues. Tex-
wre occasionally a few
better on small provincial
PAGE THREE
Back To Africa"
Back In The House
"Only Tbe
Mighty Soviet"
to the attantfa not
that the British Imperialist i.ov-
eiriiiicm. in consequence of:
I> [1
deocietu)
(bj Its .1 vowed policy ol kc-'i
" * The i/(,i
appreciable number ol ptTMOl .1 il,
mm <-* o, wMch the mmltSL tffiWS S
ave notice ... the House of Assembly on Tu, P * *onUc edvanlagi
address covered a wide anlended tu other European Houses ol Perils
winded scholarship* down to the Legislature :.t the The
earliest possible date. Irrevocable policy o( ieeolutfon fron
IndlUti i.ili/.iu.m I re- v-lk,
Tha House uf Ai the rtrTC for obtain*, rial
nisidered opinion :hat. ai., (or ob- u .real Bi 1- '' ,
MR. D. D. GARNER'S "Back
their initial firmness
were included foi low-
jk concern inj> the possibil-
fresh financing by the
Electricity Authority. Pro-
H Id selected rubber sures
I ww of previous gains.
r* opened quietly firm
fari of labour troubles in
PtFiiersrajid area, during
ay demonstrations created
unccrtnniv and prices
marked slightly easier fol-
the appearance of small
fee iraai
Reuter
Montreal Gets
nv Archbishop
ROME. April 26
i-iuI-Ltrct, Rector of the
Ta College in Rome, was
Mconsecrated Archbishop of
"J I" the Church of St.
of the Angels here.
f solemn moment cmo
tardinal Adeodato piazza,
wy of the Sacred Consis-
cotiaii.gat.on, lud his hands
' the new Arch-
K symbolic transfer ~*
P*?P"1 authorit
The
Held
for girls at Queen's College/seaT
ing accommodation for visitors
the House of Assembly and the
teaehniK of negro history in
cnooli
Some of these read:
NeiEru History
The House of Assembly are con-
vinced of the necessity for the
teaching of African or Negro his-
tory in the Secondary and the
Public Elementary Schools
throughout this Island, particular-
vious reasons, private capital can- '"" and ""' cruel oxploitati..:.
nirt I* expected to embark upon ""
lew major IttductrlaJ Hdavprlge, Lug siand-
tlw (jovernment should lake tha ardl foi bsH eiti*
SSIf,\" 1,l'ro''n'' "f .n.lu-m- (d) It! .1,-1.......h.in,. laws
""UonforBai, .n.,1 unfa,,
njj".1" "" S < thai enacted for IM
a lou.uou should be uppiuprmted
from Ke.ier.il revenue foi the ee-

2 The HoUae in also of the
upirnun that the systems of age-
grouping and superannuation that
have been tried for the past few
years In the schools of this island
have not proven berti-ncial to the
vast majority of children attend-
ing such schools. The House ac-
cordingly recommend that the
.bouUoo o, ! age-grouprng Rg^ 5^-35 SSS-^TSS,
eluding:




laya and \ let

toiinti ie
meted out
. and otlM 1

(e) Its high-.
.....hand "l'-:'-"""f diplomaci
experimentation, make plans and hajidllna; all Nagroea .,; twm
designs, acquire, operate, nnd im- ahroad and the rigid maintenance
prove industrial and commercial '' '" lro" Curtain between Alrt- paace pad
enterprleeai to make loeni and to "' "" ;hl' ConUneni and theti 'i'''' "eaolul
HiM-nver and develop to the full- brothen icettered ill ovei the ean, Rightwlng Sociali
est possible extent the human and w'sl Indlee, the North American """' '"-"i
accoonue resources of the island, Continent and Asia. emou
form and hold interests in sub- if The ca nlv '^ ""x"
sidiary eorporaUons and enter- which it has exhibited U .1 ""!*"'
r2n?v iLj*S2 fSSu' borrow RB^Polnn eountry and Colonial ",>"-
nndsui>erannua:io.ibemadeeftec": terms and rondit,^! V" Sj5 ''" "'" '" M V<> uW*c. of which then
tive in this Island at the earliest decide m nu> Over to ubjugate the Atrioani an
^^iS ^f- M ,1U'"*' :'"d lh,'ir ,,l's,'",la,1' fn the
The House request Hut His 3. The Hoy ; abroad to the role ol hen
llency shall take appropriate that legislaUon for this, and foi wood


Excellency shall taki
action for the puipose ..f adding similar purposes, ti. Vni down to
AfrK.ni or Negro watoryac afore- the legislature therebx perpetuating
said to the. urricula of the schools The House respectfulh raqtM log) o| .ante
as abovementioned. a, well as to that (i> The Highwayi ConunU- mix*mZ>r
*u. nffdaanty steps for the sioners of the various parishes be , its illeaal md luahlv
aboUUon ol age-grouping and given the ilnancial aalSatanca to ouettlnnnnle 1,,!,, d
superannuation without any un- enable them to give back pay to '.,
necessary delay. ,: employees on the samibaaS
Mi it ntlH i t;r, '""' ol which
T K'l.......I.r> School fflCJrif5 W& '
Fne House o( Aaaemnly i*g to .md Transport ownen (the Kailvac), who are
point out to His Excellency the a, Watchmen employed bv the i"1'"1 l propel
Governor the crying need in this Department of Highways and lh,il feunlry, tt
Island for a public institution to Transport be pain their additional -1 < station
receive, educate and take care of salary scale aueifeed Oh the maxl-
I girls and boys who are either mum number of working hours
The Rouse ol Assembly Ii opinion thj.i in consequence of the
increase ir. the Old Age Pension,
the lowering of the qualifying age
to 61, and the raising of the means ...
eat, there should be an increase J,
in the remuneration of Payment
to Enquiry OBc*rs.

I 1
1
ful IliinkiTM.. fe|
1
nj 1 ecuxi
mining thai]
H thci 1
then adequate
nherited
Reuter.
N. fOk BILGRADE
ATHENS. April 26.
> ry. Sch"". Yugoslav
.' :,.,.. ,,
""> for Bclgr.ide foi
Jjoosultations with hit
"S "Her lalks wilt
"mr Minister Genera
" ter ihe four years
,"'" 'heir countries.
K " Foreign Ofnc.
'he had not receiver1
tm**>' he had .nsked hn
""'h General Plastyca
ejfrdaj s ,|cbat(,
gtey. R.ghi Popuhsl an.
"~"'1" showed re flos Aires Talks
H Be Successful
from i>*f i
heinerX"
mu;
"I nteth.
Argentine
our hulk
rj**ocl''. t'.e ambassador
vj In
iih be
in the,
.stsflta
provide
stan dii:
he>
* '''
the .....
PfogTamme haj
lim
jj-i "lisclosed thai be-
^Jgntn. fron:
l i-af*^ hd '
hetsTii,0?."'''
*&**
orphans or have no one to take
care of them but who have com-
mitted no criminal offence.
2. The House of Assembly re-
quests that His Excellency shall
transmit to the Legislature, as
.*oon as possible, a Hill to amend
the Reform;Uoi> ai; ( Industrial
School Act 189U (1890-161, so thgt
provision will thereby lie made for
reception into the said Reforma-
tory School for children such as
|\ di .i I
their parila iteell to h>
..i. country, and elgnty and i
are no) worded Uteni ol lib .1 lovii
tie right ol maj..iilv rule ,,1 AM, ,
bin- 1 Igid House
jipression of the
which is endeavouring to ing t
create Negro unity. Negro solid- 'icnti in thli
arity. Negro nationalism. Negri eek to reti
Od ultimately 'l
The House is of the opinion that *ty of a highly so, ., proSttrn o| thi
Scholarships should again be pro- agricultural, hadustrlal education- Uon of thai 1
vided for girls from the primary ai, cultural
H f*"***' imiuien -otn * VKied for girls from the prlman ol. nlti.11...
theretoinavinMcom- Lo!!H^i Continent,
criminal offeno? ?" The HoUiC *>"> '"-' HU "He United St,.'.
The r^^MLSr^eaiiect- pp"cy would send down 1,
fully begs to draw to the attention 'aI'on l0 *'ve ehTect to this proposal u) Its (allun ant, and requesi
of Your Excellency the inadequate ^c House is of the opinion Negro wcvkni
seating accommodation for Visitors 'hat in order to promote the general l(r.s for their soilet
to the House of Aseembly Cham- welfare of the communty and ol arai
ber and pray that Your Excellency ensure the organisation and de-
wlll take the necessary steps to
improve the seating capacity.
Land Authority
The House is of opinion that in
order permanently to put an end
lo the inequitable distribution of
land, in this island, where fully
2/3 of the cultivable acreage is
owned and controlled by .1 hanU-
ful of sugar plantations, in order
to assist in the creation of new
land owners, lo ensure that a
wider number of people share in
the profits derived from agricul-
ture, to facilitate the utilization of quest that legislation he intmdoc
land for the best public benefit designed to prohibit Col
under efficient and economic pro- officials from obtaining member-
duction plans to assist in enabling .hip in. or from participation tc
agricultural workers to ^acquire any evlent whatst-ve-
pareels of land on which to erect ..llir, o( ho4c, hlbs
.eainig-T' ?Ke "n^ S? g^-JETS
eeonomic nnd efBeienl enio.vment nnv "" "hh ""'"ln """
of land by lhe people of Bnrbados ''ncrimimtlon in any form
ilij: legislation should Ik1 enacted -B.^L . ir^*.
"" "U' *- The ,."'"
Limiting or prohibiting the the honour to draw to the atien-
velopmenf of a healthy nd unified
i nblic opinion, atepe should l>e
.akei< at an early dale uitli I v it w
to the removal of colour barriers
Uacrtmtna-
;ion which exists in This colony.
2. The House is in complete
with the suggestion
made in a recent Issue nf the
London Time* that Colonial Offl-
cials should in future 1m- forlnddei
To belong to clubs which
colour bar.
3. The House respectfully :e-
l.eople
holding, possession, dominion,
management or acquisition of land
m excess of 500 acres by individ-
uals or companies of any aort
'ion of His Exo 11,
i-rnor the fact thai Um
this Island, a considerable numbei
uf people of African descent.
2 Amongst the abo\ 1
2. Creating a land uthorit>> ^^ w t^lttet Me
er who are
power:
3 Denning and establishing

the 1
.
Pio.idlng for

ployed and for whom On
hope of employme:.t in the near
future in Barb;.
3 The
these people were brough
-
01 limit the lights ]Wlji ihe continent of Africa
of iMMidholders or moHg-gc fwia- Their ancestors pneaeaied a great
ers to foreclose or otherwise en- lradilion and a ruiturtf of their
mortgage of the Auth- l(W|1 Awfly ff<>j|
i^mnTatS
lhe nunds and ,
T^e House respectfully reo,ul descendants of thes,
that legjslauon to give elTact to 4 she House
tha proposal set out above be sen, laves
Mot
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fnr if in
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%J/iat fHt "itAe atm
- comes out
in the flavour!
l-thl l 1.in.,
i' gathei itii -1
' "" .one Hie
v
' '"'1|' :illi j
' ^uatarii ,;.,K o m\
\ deUeioua ^nrtialu "... all
uven-freah,sealed in Una *ud J U>. i'rui.jjdis.
W
HUNTLEY& PALMERS
.BISCUITS
dtlicious
wholesome
and nutritious
RIOCI TOWN
fsMsMH
CLEMENT'S
INDIAN TONIC
Mall
weakness. Losi of Energy. Muscular D., run
down eandlnoi .iinulniinic Tonii
PHICB /- A BOTTl.i:
. J
ARRID DEODORANT
Pries. ?/ A JAR
ObtSaaablr st
Messrs Buuker's (bdosi Drugstores Lai
Broad Street aod AlpHa Fbanucy, Hastings.
'-c-->-^ r l g Q oaeee*e*ejoe>e*M.<*^oc<,',^
tig
fuse LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
Wiih I.,, boo) Toikl Soap] vou're fresh
..'.: I. ',!,:..
uiih tli.ii dccp-clcansint; lather, it frees
:ivc you an ailracuvc
FOR PERSON !/. raJSSH.VESS ll


PAGE KOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
rm-RSDAY m-kii. j,
BARBADOS
f-i
ADyDGSTE
HlllllH Wt **- 4ffnfm Vm m.HI
rhandaj \pril 27. 1856
Strain
TWO month! have passed since the
Labour Parly wore re-elected lo the Gov-
BrrUln. The majority which
hen obtained was so slim that politi-
cal forecasters have, with good reason, been
predicting the imminent end of Labour's
tenure of office.
That the end has not yet come has been
due to the itmnom efforts which have
made to ensure that members arc on
call at all times during sitting of the House
.in in spits of their efforts the Gov-
been defeated although not on
on important issue.
Tile greatest threat to the Government's
rice came in the opposition challenge
MervatWw and Liberals
lineal up to give the Government's leaders
their moments to date. In a
crowded House, Labour secured a majority
of fi\ *l election has been post-
.,.: continual in its uneapy
THE
AN WHO AIDSIAUNMljmm
Gil!
IK Srilmi l>ilm r
WHAT i. Blew in I
Curtain countries which makf-
ordinarv nor-,
five up tr.cir life's work, theif party l*<-an.e irrejwtible. and
homes, their MTtnga, n<1 rim orders were given him in his offl-
jibrnad'' eial capacity at the department
Alain and as.,, >* he telt h.
I meet these Iron Curtain retue-s out and retain his sell-repect.
the new homes and new ;
they have found for themselves to pi
a condition of affairs cannot give a
I rnmenl prepared to undertake
policj Tin- Labour Part
1 many persons whose political
11 true Liberals to ("om-
nium P1" "> ,nc
party WOtlli ml'n< >'>'''-'a'-
All *' ""'
.,- rcp-
m SIS BOW
Urin Bevail
Mil : o* Health.
.ili.nis
may within the
bring
0 i
no Member!
, particularly upon
'..... w'"'k
. 'I'll, y have
ta< oil
'
othecounti
,111(1 llllle.-S

rvei throw of
'
n ...
[route*
nve turn In |
I ,i poliej
ratl '
M in Britiih
: Comen atti
' I
lh> tat m I lh
ho had esrai'-
that the Catch, have
technique of wily Mbr.taKe.
-Sfied li tXmrnf
Durum Hw mren of the house
Communists wanted him this policeman roared and raved
i a reorganisation of his against the escapee. He was par-
ew old 'concern which rqeant that a ticularly indignant when t h e
,o and w"bTa*T< u" .ub...nt..l number o, best cook spoke up for h
,onceiinl and as unsuitable as ""> mo" 'P"ienced workers master.
? dd ?.,IMv JLn,u'taBle would be sent to the mines. A few days later the same
In 7h7 torrid heal of Centn i K'lh" """ 5ubm'' Frantisek policeman secretly called on the
,",', .',,"',, rS,|, pSEh decided to go. cook, warned her that a squad
,o wo k frl m lilt Z r""n b'h,nd ' Communists -..ere coming two
I ..L~ K L o^-T^ir,. >!I, I'"' .vas his days laler lo contiscate her
ing stones In an up-counm to .,..,, |he ,,, prop,rIV for lhe State
A"'ir"J'"i T V *""" "* -"'"I nd " Communist occupa- He urged her to send
who had fled from Budapest |laM hjd bNn too murh ter sa|( ,, a few of
wrrpnu! out the office of the luce. chMtolki,
electricity manager. I could lv, Th<, gpir|t OI mr p^pi, was The policeman's jtorming and
dozens of other examples broken. No one trusted anyone, his threats apparently had lhe
Why do they flee. Everyone suspected everyone sole purpose of finding out who
I asked the question again last eht-a m. nallonal ln lhc nmise WM |oyal to the
night M I sat in the warm ftktgani I escapee, so that he might talk in
of a Lcndon club, a decanter of No |onger would Czech-
Beychevelle '43 in front ( lne The cook did as she was bidden.
This tlm. ilch they and gui her master's most precious
sharing the claret with ma
Frantisek, (For reasons which will had no proapaci of success. He Butsuch *
become obvious as you rend on I gaVe me an instance. .even new she and
am not fobs! to BlTa you his lull After their coup d'etat the the escaped man's friends who are
name.) Communists stopped the pension hiding it for him cannot be sure
,'i employee of the con- that the policeman s action was
The pension was the old not a trap,
a desk in one of Bratislava's man's sole source of income. The workers' militia has be-
Commui come of doubtful trustworthiness.
||r Wouldn't lsck ""' *a,her"'
- r t technical and mation about them
administrative know!. Frantisek Unn'l P"r'
The escape rush had Just begun, bj, Mould llddle an ma'
and I remember saying to him in rranfamint by which the old act
not very delicate I ook man was ostensibly paid a sum in P01
forward to seeing you in London." compensation for the nationalise- answer
I smiled as I said n But he did tlon f some of his property which men at our works four
not smile back [ hope not." he had been taken over by the con- most
sa.d. vn cern<
Yet here he was now He had (, was quite an easy one to Poorer
left Ml beautiful home uutside pull," said Frantisek. as we sipped ,
Bratislava, left the big industrial ou[ claret. "Under the Nazis Tht truth is thai
concern which he had helped to m. rid have done it is being bled by the Russians,
build up and over which he had i,^. a .shot. But now he was They are taking
continued to rule, both when ': i,. would not play." Czechs all tie best-quality goods
Nazis occupied Czechoslov ,- ..( thing, however, is that which they used to export
from many
"1 low-
men would
if it came to the

"Out of 120 militia

I'iMir* i ..
Ilii.l.ll.' Of Body l.nards
At tin : the Big Tin.
,-ued by Field
.hal I-oid ("Jumbo"! Wilson of Ubyl
. written about it bvlw
memoirs. Bight Years Overseas, published by
Hutchinson today.
'BELOVED' l-KADER
icularly interested in Stalin. lie
did not expect to lind the "beloved' Soviet
-nly fearlul of assassination In
iy ... ii
vhen Stalin left hi
turned otTthe
road, ami the guards at the ehatMti
doubled.
,nds with members ol ih
. .,kl,'i.ilattnemanwh.H'
bu; .it the man of whose hand
he hail ... ...
There was a ludicrous scene in the Lnadia
o| the group pno-
iver.
BULGING POCKETS
Stalin got up to move across" (to the
conference room), "he was lmmediau
roundei 'ad-backed ol
wearing what appeared like colonel's badges.
I in breeches, their pockets bulging
"Theii huddle round Stalin reminded one
..tball team around one
nits had been torn off
Into Hie con-
A.lied Forces
operating in Middle East and Mediterranean
non-belligerent ol
has much light to
a<;o.. ltd. atthe_COL0NN'::
VlS
IK I \\ II t
, vi k STRAWS
.hi h \n lei uttti) mm ,fc
USEFUL inn si:no, t
MtEQttSITES
SCALES and mi:\si'iti:s
IUOOMS and BRI'SIIES
ma SAUCEPANS and KRVPAN8
WIRE DISH 007tBtl
BOWLS, BASINS, PAILS
GLASSWARE ami I IIINAU Mil
POLISHES and CLEANSERS
WOOD STOVES .mil III! STOVES
WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO.. LTD, Success,,
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD
Dial: 1413 :-: 46S7.
and when it was nationalised by Fl ,. ..u.^'a ioi"of the ' j' me obscure theatres of the war.
the Comn. t ih. r-ommun.si aivini thei pro- Isnea __j ,., ,
Sin lini; Attain
ll the Communist giving then K\im. nacullar and little UD-
: ,ts inner- duet, wimh His problems 'were peculiarano i.
nust , pu!^.. ui, more advantageously elsewh, .llticians ol ptlblll.il Home.
and the Cabinet VY! ....,,,.,,.
And here he .> as now In 1-on- ItMlf are riddled, with men who was ettSU Bui II wag n..i ,.i 1 LN2H UBU
don looking for a job, forced at Secretly work against the regime. I eaond ral De Gaulle., grudging CO-Opi
the age of 43 to start again. cither because they of port that I " "".""^"ihe discord betwivn Vltlr. I'rench
I did not -.ti-Comniunist C i e c h v. In lots or other cEgvpli;ins uncertain attitude.
said. "The worl or because lliey foresee ex Mih-iilovich-
. i -in t.ieec. ovlcn
me to see them through thl anxious to ad Frantisek sud- Tilo feudall these led to incidents now
I had Hen them through the .. It open for them- den so on as before. But
Nail occupation I telt It was my II toditfcrenl for anyone
managerial duty to tin iMk told me of a M.nnt.i .lands out individually. Thev get
so. No. I did not want lo go. Ins intention to cut down."
:.,!,,, ,0 -,.,. bo frankly dmitted his fee, l can
Benalla
hi. A Czech policeman, raiding the than always ^have to keep your
join
1 dow ii LAS.
Till
t ar? n<
NEWS THEY HIDE
mini STALIN
OB tlU'
'
il Iflaor-

H ( ti.il Irs %\ Mil.....
I


? -------------.

book whl
Ugbl on Ih) Kremlin ufarly
t war

Geneiil
It.-llfll Si: I

Fron Um lop-flLghl
Kutoia
1: Till-
sialin
"Would you like lo settle lhe mat-
lei to-ug)
ll Wis 0|>l.niisl.-
Sn.uh bin
Btlonj Iruin
Lenin lo U>e effect lhat a clash be-
1 CoiniTiun-

ling the "'
.optimistic view
MB-11.4:. !'?,''he
all of his con- run wiui Russia. Three year.
t is inipo-siblc .uously put i

.ii.inc. linnness and the
m- ... a. iinitiHlstrength of the West" might
(-lllM-ri.it- IPrrt-ll .. the prolongation of a prc-
... ., ral Smith coi. : t uncertain pi
record which is as plain-
..,1 he has 'POken and direct as one would
in this dial
ihus largely a story of
.. .. i ant. a u
, lOUlU i-hether ally olhei man
M much better in
iHit even so one
doubt the wisdom of the
:
>> succeeded by an
i itu-i ax L. .^
Attheeo ..oscow learning what a
uplomat should have-
much to be said for he
... g up to til,
otov-H.bbentrop pact w e r c
iy months ol
tint! diplomatic f.,
ime.
Wilson had been advised by one authority
that thi
'
that, the Free Crenel
"greeted with a biu..t t invective (oUow
iy bullets"
Tin. I- irt, made good
fnnipteuoua house in i
mil It.
' pally-' "Hie place
was bombed.
MIMSTItY CKIT1C1SEO
ontemptuoui of the work
n America.
On hi Washington
as Chii tish Forcei Si
Bnding public-
ire ha,'
such ii
deplorable al
It was not knnv. .
evenhai "tS '
I..1..S.
I.OOh!! Th,-,. Bh-lihu
Xf //efJ
Dsuiiut H*m SauMffc 2 lb
Danish Cocktail Sauugsw p*
DvUsh Vifiiiu teMir* IH'
}'tnch MussWooma per tin
Sliced ttacert per Id
Belocn* Saiusisfv per lb.
54-11 B**f pft lb 4-4 III ctili
RcartMry* aingvr RJkr
i kn per mi
AtulniliMi ! ILiin- per lb

Now for yow
selection from-
STANSMI,
SCOn & Co.. Lid
iii Um
Stalin AbiliO
A he left with
well int< BrUn i-ltx'k-
twintt.
In the iii>t ptao

The sequence and length l
TODAYS THOUGHT
The fust idea oi mathod
ie a proqiossivo tiansition
from one step lo another
in any course.
CoJeridae.
would not
It is badly constructed,
repetitious,
ten in Pentagon English and occa-
But It -
telligcnl American learned the
truth about Russia.
L.E.S.
Does Stalin Know The Story 01
The Ambassador's thickens.


i third <>f an egg
Kmbassy

(t>t the Dm.:
quest t"


. M
i'y men.
i
i
- Luge lunch
pagne
ought 21 Ren i White
I
ad y u
minor B4 put through a deal A
k fast.
\OW LX STi
THE POPULAR
ARROW SHIRTS
in White Only
SIZES 14 TO 17,
Ol II III \III US V\Y:
I Will
III
I li- l-ir<%i SiilisriilMi
To 11 Hdeoont.-.
silf I .mi reil
Ibutfton of wealth
..t Mr. Wood's
ulll be
Hi I Mi

...... but I
n and the Barbad. It has too often b.
Club, and th.tt It will lake gee*
bmsIi.ii .it \ Theatre build a theet
In 50 years ihan none But. Mi
. ;
hake- not so utterly devoid ol pub|
that the Intel
. .
thai none of then wUJ wh ekw
.Ih- to a fund I uivocate of A,
veU bo that it wilt take to
in to raise a
ir- Urge fund for U
projeet should be i
In the mu.h the start -> a lung I
Let Mr. Wood sUrl
day Fund" II

tiuesnarar era
-jeiiigtii w -rde -they ,wnt 4
\ H*h S/io/7i(gf
iroceiff
lhe. each (lhat is
loo at 200.-
i at Flcetwood, a:i
il>ort on April 20 wh.'n
irawten came in with M.ooo
tone ol had-

thay am
r Cod and
Haddock rould be exported her,'

So/I I i


last Sunn..
..
do so on)' '
of discus-.
|SM
the first gnat
with ap e to that for
the aaeoi
^hould be re '
that the Australia-
is that you should start
Don" strcsst.-
dd win th
l l-oside tin:
.
I : .


A elose

;
v opposed to M'<
I which I seem to
ftncsis in-
-

SECURE YOURS FROM
DA CCSTA & Co., L
Dry Goods Department


MEAT WH
YOUR MEA
W OfrSR *
BEEF, VEAL,
^,nd JUICY DUCKLINGS.^
IVkl. home
nnj
Bir,o fe
ICE CREAM ^
CHOCOO't STi-AWIERRV
nd VAJ .OURS
I I.-. pr |>k.
at GODDARDS.


thi-HSPAV. APHII. 27.
UH
li Vltli MM!. MUCK Ml
PAGE FIVE
15.000 Pounds
Of Fish
FIOM APR"- - ' **"! **.
IS 042 pounds 01 tish
___i ihrouth the Public Mai-
ls This ""> ir'" JM4 lbs. of nying A M
i riolohln. 3M lbs. of king Osh
ftaalE: "I bill nsn. 4.853 lbr. of
THE- QAMftni g
of albacore, and
Three Months Fines For Breaking Health U.K. Presents
Act Are Too Small Police Medals
OFFENDERS REFUSE TO ATTEND COURT
X n 0f bonllo.
Th. best catches wore recorded
.. ttieaday wncn 2M5 lbs '
Smi nsh. 1.0 lbs. of dolphin
SrS, of kins lish. 135 lb., of
Si ash. 2.2"> lbs ' shark. 2(15
Si albacore and 240 lbs. ot
L-ho were brought in.
"on, fisherman told the Advo-
_lt that they "" still catching a
Zj quantity Of flying lish and
-jrfv expect this to keep for a few
SSsSsSSs For Wounding
ar,hc"" h"s b~n ,a'r'y -Th's -
On the other hand a butcher and you must go to prison for
,ud that with the large catcheg three months" said Mr. D. D.
!T fish and the arrival of comed Morris to Verena Crawford of
tt,! and salted Ash. he is finding i Powder Road. Station Hill, ves-
hird to sell his beef in the market terday when she was found guilty
Be said that recently very few of wounding Gwcn Hi!
raw> are being butchered because upper part ot her left arm with
.jkj are selling most Argentine broken bottle,
and Australian meat. In giving medical evidence Dr.
COME RESHIENTS ul St Lucy Payne said on April 15 he saw
3 travelled long distances last auht to hear the Police Band Ja' Surgery. She mi tuSerlnl
Covert at the St. Lucy Alms- tTom a mild shock and there was
^^bc a wound on the upper part of her
Manv wen- surprised by the 'eft inn penetrating the km la
rteetnc coloui-lighting equip- three quarters of the mil
mwi which the Hand carried This was attended to and
.long and ""tailed This was the. was detained for further obMr- this matter and ml
Int time they had seen coloui- vation. Now the Ml- commissionei'-. letter io the
''^.,'e.^rom Checker Hull '-,"" M,,""1V -'"I there is no Colonial So,
STB33K 5 ''"^ford'Ta^as,'- 2~ffR
'** SI, Sr.^ ZSJL mu. vlcWd ,or "ounding she was put
0 on bond for six months in the Ii;i.uriii|. Siiiiiinous
Emx^ A_bp_ My -


i^_
ibe Band
__ Some
plhen came in cars. The audi-
ence also consisted of many
patients from the Infirmary.
A few residents told the Advo-
cate last night that ihey
louily awaiting the occasion
when it is possible for these con-
certs to become a weekly feature
They said that it Is Jlke a treat
of 2.
Divers Working
On "Potick"


THE COMMISSIONERS
consider that f-nes imposed l>y Magistrate* for contrav. rntfto two.
Public Health Act arc inado
appeal to Ihe Assistant Court of Appeal.' if n. i
the lervice oi the Solicit, ir General.' n
pointed out in a loiter from the Colonial Set
Ueneral Board of Health, read at the met
yesterday.
The Commissioners of Health of St Philip ha ividuaUy
.i letter to the Board of rfealtl
considered the linos imposed for thi
;


:
i
*> From pair You haW
- requires

.M.MIl.llerM.IIHlil.L;
I
Mr. Manning at yesti;
meeting said that he was aware whlps
Labour Wins
By Five Votes

the position had now improved
What had been happening
that .some people bad
been ignoring the summons to
attend the Court Tor .(,< partici.....
three alveri were at work on orcent-e, taking into
for them to hear the Police Hand the PoHcJc kOVaU the no doubt, that the fine
A few said that on other occasions ballast from the hatches. They small lie knew that lately two but the exw
tl>ey listen to the Band when it were using a single rope and block such offend.
to scheduled to play at Pie for bringing up the heavy pieces 25/- respectively, and this should Uvea A
Corner. _______ ....-...., of iron. ..... :: example to others, the QovMiunenl
BUDGETOWN LNJOYED one Another purpose of their diving Op the lUMiUoi I they
of its coolest days
day. The temperature
degrees fahrenlieit in the
and a light wind blew throughuu.---------.
SUociNK HUH occurred on .The three men were going down to tt.1*-Tto. g *.
I - ----- Kr-u_ from a muses which was anchored of their falhi-r Mr. K K. II rhorne -n
1 Tuesday. The first
* *TTnile"*M..ti C4 over the Po-ick's hull. One if iln id n ,
out at Lancaster Plantation St divi[s ( |niji (jocn inent ..,
Jwnes. at about 1030 a.m. an- between hls leelh *
destroyed six and a half acres of Th|S (iiver |d ,h
BoanL
the result cal
i| the ju
eral
nit on


The Hoard approved an appli-
DtodvUnc
What k tax WIbm u is IM
i iraiiinin ivhlefa are
mi. n 4.ntrv.i. orderttaaaMi
obedience, layaltj aad '-p4.ii>
ior i oper ikhi Mid hi ui>
I P......|l "'nli.l Uul
tkaaa attrihaitca aaatabj ni aali
be ateai i bul ahM i- >(
\ius to | mi i,liinl ol lh
imiIiIm-
Force bs

over a verv loin
T.B. Hull Off
To Si. Lucia
Mr. T. H Hull HODOnj

Feat Indies.
(iaKNn-
las: night on a visit to
lone ai Dm >. i
latTon by cable from the Adntlnla*
I
meeting of the !
0B Monday May 1.
Tins RMt mmomor-
ate the IM
representation granted to the
Windward Islands as a result ot
M-u b) Mi
Wood, afb rd Halifax
v :
Office to i
.; new cowatitutton
Mr Hull who was ihen prupiu--
tor of Roaeau BugM ft
I

became the Aral alsicM
cil in IM etectad
H-uik the lata T Q
ITM H W
^
>TOP THAT _ g
c0UGH/
^^^ ITS TIME YOU
TOOK SOME VENOS/
.....VfNO'5
t.il-lo.n, COUOH MrXtUM
'aHll.T t-.Ii. i,,. <,;.(tt. run and protects.
'^ mKl SmitM art wotted away. Cougb-
ng ill* k are nbevad. Taat coealaot imuuui
in lha ibnal u aUayca. Reued upoo Ice ovr ya
! Tilt IOEAI remrty fo,
COUCHS COL01 I
mOKCHItiS I.I.H.M I
1 CATARRHAl ASIHHA I
It IIITT C010J
IhlOHI C0UCHSI
'^tN'S COUCHS I
VENOLV
LIGHTNING
COUGH MIXTURE
GOOD and tasty
ripe canes
They are the
m rina xonaM gikI four ""'"' ",v" '"" " -*"1 '"< '' I no proveo a
^.ha'SacS.ot third croi """ f V??Cl'' d'ck ls ,h";k'v e.tlon from Mr. II. V. Marion to Conserve,
jadahal! acres ot third _______... ., ... were worn and damaged. nfl.nelaiPe.riee. St lina for clone to da(.
miTCe,' u to TKc waler "' ,he ,nn" """" dvldrn^g off another lot' f
md, were all In- was somewna, murkv bul , dld diving on another 1 .
not allect the divers When asked z "**" ' rnm=. Mo
plunat
llank Limited. ... ,
approved The Board considered ,,,,,
an application by Mr A 11,.,; | |.m|.
Husbands for an
the approved plan for division ,,
and sale of land at Babbs PI.!
tattoo, St Lucv, so that tin i
ill died .mldeiilv at her rebl- S1 and M'?'" Churchill, if "i
.----- ... .......... ._ eraiics w, -snin/i. I his makes iow. ,3^^ ,,, 1W,|,_
lured.
The second lire broke out at BD01J. ,h,. presence ol nth, the
Waterford Plantation. SI. Micha, lr,........,,. ,,,.,,,,
it about 11.10 a.m and destroy.. h(. Iw{ ,.
SM holes of young cane* and a around. He a>u prepared tliouah
cuarter of an a.r,- of wur Bra! f,. any danger,...
tnis damage is also covered by mm-----------------
lasurance The canes and grass _# .
are the property f Mr R K 0111 Kid' Amil'S
af Comrie. St. Michael.
GLADYS MOTTLE V ol 'hipn.ent of 1.500 bags of
McClean's Gap. Britloiu British t.n, ed In the
The division .n>A Kali
. \:L"e.f i
Bank Lie
The Hoard considered S. ,f"V
Mr A V
BENJAMINS
HEALING
OIL
(or in-
1

2/- |lr l.uMli
.. .
BRUCE
Sarhlv\i^:hcb h.i-1
i.out ulien they're
made with M.mnitc
how khilJrcn po Tor them !
.
too. Manhe Li rich Id the Bi
viunnns thai bi
bodily Bmeaa and
to infection. Use
in soup1*, -
saucesit's as economic.
as it is ar-pctisiiip.
Sandwiches
made with
MARM1TE
The Vitamin b /vast Food
a a a a
It tn.U, d
JAVaVSVa"/
Fresh for your
Pets !
IH KIN A IMH, CHOW
PUKINA RABBIT (HOW
h luoe. Jones & Co, Ud.
libUlbuUrs.
T33.vat A^iutons?" "s"later '5"' ' 2'50 "! "' ""' cnm- Tnkin, the matter of the
15??:. An art?*."?.-"! modity to have arrived rot Bar- SUppiv te u,
performed by Dr. H. I, Massiah bado! ,;
and death a as attributed le Thc franc?
natural causes.
rVK.NhI.1. I. A K R I K R ot

out a ii.

"I Ihi.M..

K Smith
Uoo/the H"r has derk IO write to the ownei a-k- M|. ,:nin,,
brought otli,
"for -
, wood, charcoal
U Oistn,-. Christ Church, was and 150
after being involved in an acci- Owner>
dent recently -------------------------
Also involved was motor car .
X 51, owned by Beam. I'li^M I* I'Ult
ol Maxwell Road and driven by
PiU Evcrlon King of Rockley
Chri$t Church.
Lamer was riding his bicycle
at the time of the accident.
,' v^fc Ihv '' I *'"*"* m ' lust bafon
rived n'
The 'd Bt
Amitv Lodge, Cbrial chut.:
\V N
The UeDort of 'he Oovernment
"
homr
Reuler
ii. -i .-.

ONE GOOD DEED"
About 00 p. -.viiM l
fruit from St. I.,.
by the "Adallna
other carco ernvliig bj thi
N tXIHBITION of Handi- sel was comprised of ,011
. \ i UUj IGO
Bali......i Uh..... tc'ii
craft Work, done by Kle copra, ehaieoal and unstiuared
unury Teacher, during th. Posts.
Easter vacation, will be held at Thi >s consigned to
Wesley Hall School at HI 0 clock the Schooner Owners' A
today. -----------------------
TNIE SANITARY Commission- . i
* era of the Parish of St rallt'll DlHIKl't
Michael, will hold meeting at
the Parochial Buildings. Cheap- While drawing a cart laden
side, at 1230 p m. today.
Frozen Currencj
k,f|is U.S. Films
From Argentina
NKW YORK. April 26
An agreement between Arajen-
wlth bags of coal along Trafalgar tlna ana tt,t. motion Picture Asso-
TTIIl: ,,,,,,i Square about I.'.' 'i- eialion of America opening the


Britain.
London, M
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raward for her good d< i
class return lick- -
liner Maloja
">lo the Careenage
at' Walcott olBaycroit Roa.i. si. Anwrl
ycsterclay Micha,,t ; fell shortly, be reached, Recording to
S A ""^'"7 donkey to its feet. It was not Trade Jot)
ind *o see what aM V,.-, The paper to-day reported that
in and what they nul,u' _______________ the confer- nt goinK
"Golfito" Coming
S'^an'sh'.rl.. A /.ir-crdwll FSb, nthered around
Had brought
cculd get
M* * Roberts ol Erdli
* Ion College reported Ihe
lo of $34 OS from the dormltOQ
e Coll... durln. las Al daybreak on Saturday, s.s.
v.eek
T>HE NMJCI el Black Rock Company v,.ll call at Barbados
'0"ol aESaJB SvM 9" ffrt hoid ...a:
X" SS-B. ;^rc"^ -he talk
I "O0rC f '
Kged'T I'- ':bt-"Thls vessel is consigned
j*u-.i lo one Dauy Moore and Mwsrs r M. Jones Co.. Ltd
Only $4024 worth i now li I
*o be rei...
I
Eric Johnato. the atP .
dent, and Dr. Ramon Can


I likili-
The men tm*. on butt:
.. l u'l?" Thursday M> II lo take pa,a*en- lhe .xpci,laIll)ri Irll,t the ilnal
gcrs for England. hurdle will tie I eared I
.
. <>n the
froz<:
j" Th.Mii,. Mtti..ted opposite Livingston Taylor a labourer of >'"
the Empire Theatre, is progreasinr Bush Hall waa found guilty ot i-hni/m la askin*. dm add.
Mrpentera hive startc' stealing a stove val-.cd at 110 10 **-JJ"""1. '* *$ "'iIO'*y
-B-*. -and some o, the Jha^ o, EU, c lark, WtfggW
The iteps at ,h LprU M and U. Jr" Brightenmn prospects of
J already made Mewrs. Clarke M. A. J. U Hanschell Magis- !^*m7 follow lenjthy dSacus-
work "^ suPen'iS,nfE ,n< Irate of DUtncl "A" sentenced ^ ;l Ql, r>r. Cer-
. him to one months imprisonment c^0-t arrival ''.' Mr
with hard labour yesterday. JohnMcO.' the MPA
,nt '-fcJ^TLE SEX irUTC on cINC. rortniaM i.
ClUCAfin- ur u-k NO LIGHTS: 20/- UNt Europe
lai*,*!,.^' .*0,nen behaved
WMJves much better than men Arthur Clarke of RragH- Hill. (;ii., .-dor to Argen-
Z-VJ' according to a crime St Joseph was I
jr^/rom the F B I. There was drivtlll the motor van O- 167 on ex,.,
jTjgjMe of 4.5 per cent in the Waterforda Road on April 8 aboul now that he ha* reached the Unit-
aarTZa* T,cn n*sU"*1- i ;i. without having two ligms ed States on
***nt. in the number oUi
ACCOMMODATING
HIKI.IS
turn whtc


i
DaCk row 30 I ,
for 1WO '
and In the mi |
:
the Aim rot
and i:< lo
U \l RV
TOILET SOAI'S
ueraaiAL ijjtiiiLM
III M HIM IMli*
^ hat's on Todaj
J Error le.M am
"*? el Coanmiuionrrr
I Health St Michel at
it.Je am.
'TS-' K'alnt~ at
a.ae BJo.
"e rhu.d .i
ion. St. Philip
** ' am
burning at the front Of the van. For I'ldals
ea fined 20 to be paid insistcu Him';'
in 14 day. or 14 days' Imprison- yearly. Instead of the 500 to aoe,
ment by His Worship Mr A .1 II brougll dollar short-
Baoochotl yesterday
I that
DCUAWnCn Or- Cereijo revonsidrred ihi- '
Calvert Edwards a labourer frew.
was re 1 No dollars hav<
he was charge.-! i*' < lie '*" "hr r,._rur> in taw aaat to ymmn \
ship Mi
breaking * "*** "* *
ery shop of Frank a^aanaar at Has*.
buck Strert and iliihag fnaa

-ReaUr.
EPHEDROL
qtti kly 1 tiic 1 c 1
COLDS and
CATARRH
It tlt.tr- BM n.i-.'l pAa*
MgCalO r*ini\ t iCuttlMM
and tin vlistrt lalng v (Mi-
ni head i owi aad
Catnrrffi. I h< > act nl naaal
application bottle li infinitfli bettet thu ^pray
or di i.d 'in
hattdbag Off pocltM Nitbotll fear .it leakage.
Mod :.g|arid
ObUlnable from all Dthi KHraa :
KMatUm 1 in \,im> 1 j,i
l|~"
TOWJt
......eefcaee Hhiie COTTON umiiv .iur.u
I...I.I.I. in lllur. f.reen. (..,1,1 I'lnk (M X 4SI
S 2.11a
Berreckaea1 celettrec Werea COTTON mun.Mn
I.old. Klne. (,rei 11 !l v IHI eat li
...... SI .'.IJ
M"..... 11 iiKi-ii nmii.v nak, Haa, Oreea
QeM W) ,.ii
..... 1 :
............ >'' It II lllttll (II a Ml each
.................. 11.11
Cavi SMrWD & Co.. Ltd.
10, II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
rot it nun: hi 1 o\u \ t phmue
in a new VAUXHALL
i/A'Al or WYVSUi KrtgSS l W cm in 1
New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived.
IIOHIKI IIIUM III*. -- Mil HISSi <.VII\.h.


ptr.r six
HEMRY
mRnuw; advocatx
Tfimsnw \rnii w
BY CARL ANDERSON '.



MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
i
MOOOfl


S>N5RN -O
*ccc- v -- _s:
K >. iAWO\
The Hiil.ll.- ..( ih- Ilril lliiiniiiw _THL LONE RANGER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
^ YEE-OW!!

I k*6 a<^ Nt\> POP I
x

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V
->*;-,
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RA\
.1. lN^Ol*t,^.:ClXT
iN THI CTVI____________

0O_*US-CCSS M'
A- VOUAs-
wutT ve
Jivi
knockout
"case...:mirs^ ; e*_s

. numm s ionb
'
~OOTTA
MB SO^ 60in6\TKB fi'cMi WAS ~0 --"iNOl [*i*V IT a* .**'.!
,. ~ ,7 Ml
ID 30
TILLVtX. I - sO \EOC-ACI!,
(--
PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY Mi, ORES
memtNTOMS I
iAWHASKCPrr'
niceintub1
[tubes that broke thelaw
WEg QUiCttLV DEAL T WITH M
\HONECAKD
\T0 REPEAT.
flPS*IV-TUCJUM6lE\
WAS SAft-TglSU WAg M'S
ALMOST fOUeOTTEN : 4K~
1
.tv mcefpiBu fitimoa i*
DUGt/
mat / oh **- /fominean
*4*MW ^M1leZehD0f\
A
TOAST TO
YOUR
HEALTH!!
<~\
let WINCAMIS (iff
ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT.
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.
Canned Fruit*
Juices* Squashes
I .hIv p>M Strawberries (tins) .......
Sineillevs Itluik flirrjMIII (tins) .......
Brooks IVurs {2l \ Hi tins) ...........
Ausi Sliced Peecnes (1V( Ih tfau)
Silver Leaf Apricols (21 Hi tins)
AJ1 Pears (1 Ht tins) ............
Ausi. Trnpiwl Fruit Salad (21.. Hi tins)
Trinidad drape Fruit Hearts (tins)
t inkluil Cherries (bols.) ..............
1 rinidad Orange & Grape Fruit Juicetins ....... H
ianemas: Three Bays Tomato Juke tins
iamaica Orange Juice"tins .......
Apple lulce (bota.)
Robinson'* Orange Barle) Watei ...
Claytons Lemon Squash (bota.)
Limn Juice Cordia] (bota.)
Hire*' Bays Pineapple Juicetins
Canned
Meats
Walls Pork Sausages
urns) 71c.
Swifts VhHUU
s.iusages (4 oz.
tii") 21k.
n.mish CockUU
aajiaacea JMit.
Swills Veal Loaf
) " lius) 47c.
Danish Pate de Foie
(tin*) Mc
Fames Petted Meat
\ss>ried (tins) 20v.
Palethorpes Cum-
hrid|{e Sausages
(tins) 71.
Wines, Liqueurs, Beers, Stouts
\\< nirkcii
Vi-Sloul
( h.iiubcrlin 1SI.1
Boll Crcme de
M.nlhf ...
Ilrnriliitiiu' HUM
WinriirniN ...
* - (. irdon's Dr\ ('.in 2..'ill
'" I! '"Ihs
I .".n (House of I.mils) 2 '.li
Gilkya Empln Ki ,i
i .in Pon Wine U|
S.7I >i Ewans (R.mI
l.M Label) Bert
P. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd.
Condiments
& Extracts
Cobnut Muslord
('. lb tins)
Mnriuns C'urrv Pow-
der (bills.)
Morions Drit-il 8 : C
(bols.) .....
Morions Ground
Giuuer (bols.)
Morions Miveil
Spice (bols.)
Bovtil (bols.) si l.ii 'in i,o
Oxo (jarsj || |] s.',
Miitmile (OOtt.) l.o J}
Celery Sail (jars) :i;,
Cerebo. Tabli
(tins) 3


T7
rillrtSD.W.
\PP.1I 27. 1930
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IIAKBADOS ADVOCATr
PAGE SEVEN
%l 00
FOR REST
SI-" chan*
KHUC SAOXS
>ICT10N ANT >*'
HOUSES
jm .in-
t "m .444 AIIM Lmhlcy. J7 4ao4|l
.iow .Horu.,.,,, _,

1-0
;roi
"*-. fully fumishi
n. from im Ma;
DIED
..4TH-IP-AUCK widow Ui
''" T H 0-tftl. dW at as* .
. -mm it? Bot*e* fis-saral toot
HUT* John. Epi.ropa.1 Chvh
C^.^^ at J p.m. >*esterd>ey.
T" r Qreathaad ibrotr-
Muriel. SSeUa. Lyndon 'U.S.A...
I "- on ilWnai. Daphne
S- 'B'dos'. Hubert iB.0
rtaHdrcx' HlkU Qalnlon >ietci
J^b.i B Q. Papers pl" ~P


.inning water m !. (M
.'CIOWH rt*,,, ., fc^j,^ *
'.-ular. riJal mki
*3 4 SO~t f n

'.am-..,,- lull' (it

- .
1 I i"f* her Dlrllnilan >,,,. .
Phonp .W ;4W VT. 1,-
IN SEMORIAM
'.a ft out*
*C c Mrtd Of Sorro*
m m be nmrnbert i
"? &. & m a*org<
:
rJSly __
, bwing memory of my dear beloved
.ipdCUfTORDC. A BOYCK who
JT-ueu AUrtl m* Jtj
iAwK ':-
III our heart r*>ur nx-"""-
Mtr|> kit d '"' ""'
Asd ihere i- HUM pn**cu.
fliil we don't remcmuer vou.'
Mil- Boyce (wife. Evslyi
.jjuahtf..*. Dr. Frwdrelc.! Bo:
Is f*mrmW*l*:e of my dse- daughter
LORNA PRCB. who died on April SSth
W in Trinidad
-With God all thinge worketh for UH-
Ifa,, ReUtlv" "> l-iU .,!-.. B*
MMh. Arthur F-iT_4i9D_ln
WE of Mr P C -
Imw-lni butMl
1 I' to 'hi- mi
-n i-"im-ifd. Fully (urnuii-
van linen and chi-tv
. 'T I rn,;rn1 r,^ J2i
> m month* For further parttcu'.r
.ci.lv lo owner, phono 21fl o( ifi
' P m .* < -n M
tp i niNOALuW-Maxwel).. Chru-
'"|!rrh n^room^ W.,-.
Radio. T*kphan*. alw good 4*ab*lhin.-
F?rmonth ,.l M-y Apply to M?i J II
w klMon, Erin Hall, litahop. Court
'ilL!___.. M M a
I'nii.H SAMS
W\\TMi
HELP
AN ASSISTANT HISTREs-
-nor- School from th Seplnritm imn
_"..'*~n CUr ranting and

" w qiMllflDaUona and -
ApptcaUona natinc quaJlflcMion* aqi
"parlwvf* and lubMi'U offpn
rjch th* HesMlni,-...
May 3|.|
FOK SALE
WT0MOTIVE
CAK- W... ;..,' lorTH B h p moioi
aL H Applj
Babb. sc l.'i.> or A i.
HMni sumo(.it. SI. Juniii
II 4.WSi
CAR-Two Auatln 10 Can IMS-41
Uol*U. Both ntt In A-1
ippt). Hinds, Doar'a Oanr. lUillnga
MOTOR CAR MSA. 10 II 1' flu i
trabaal dun- < - < mldci.,
Scondition with Iwo
; Mr. Archeri HMumm A Taylor;
oarac
CAK- Ona 1N> Chevrolet Saloon Cm
la [arfacl condition Alwaj
orhvn Apply: C. A. Rock. Dl.il SH3H
Hf. ! 4 ... IB
' TlOh,
tion* rrrcivcd I will ofli
for ule on MONDAY It May on Ihi
pn-miac i ROCK HALL VILLAGE
ST THOMAS 10 per.h , u'ld^.th
dine at prnani mad u -,
club roomwhich can raaity u* con-
( ash' """ nlW rMtom"' TERMS
it ARCHER Mag I lllll
" * Auctioneer
H.4 10- In
'*' '' -le Da i
ivtiiiun m, FRIDAY Mlh. al 2 p.m
. I n.y oflVc VICTORIA STREET 8MI
ajjuara fact of land at TiHrriiiV-
' ROM ROAD n mum \i i fi
land liaa on excellent \ ..
'Iiu-boui For Inapactlon and cond"
I'.0"',-?,' "*iif; APP1* " B ARCHER
Mc KEN/.IE. Dial 2*41
H :-> ha
REAL ESTATE

triK-latl. Thi-M
niiUUng water All moacr:
Oanyfe. fnilt trea, Uwna. Archie
CUrkc Ph.,ne IWO: I to 4pm
IT 50-
L> CARS A rl< KB At bargain
(flea*, "inny makea ate Phone 34M
Harabiii 4. U*a lADlO-Uarconl B Tube Radio l V
i Srt. Condition partad
T; MM :< a M
ICELUI
KELLANEOUb

ABYTI CARRY-COT. Kngllah in-do.
S ____*ad Maine* fit new. f!2.00.
hatk: Floor for play-pen. unuiied.
W. Laarack H32Z MI.4 ^Jn

mgMEi
Ltamca i, p,
CEOtD DCSOL GLUE for won.I worker.
hailing. CroW Chinaware Olue nl all
f"- The General Agency Co m'do>>
'" M High SI 33 4 M- n
BAmv At Nb .
!*"*** guaranieed aole of 150 plnli
* dally For impccUon. apply Teddy
*am (UTb,
WE will art up for le at pubUr
iil our Offlrr No- IT. Hlgt
itgetown. on Friday th at)
\t-rll 19*0 al 1 p m
A Dwelling houa* (formerly Ihe
Munagera Houaa of Goodland I'UnU
HM Pariah of Sam, Michael
wiu me land on which it slandi eon-
'.iinini, by admaaauremani I Aur
Itooda. 4Vi, Parchaa or thaeaabouta
.my day between 10 a m
.md 13 o'clock noon.
For further partlcuJara and Cnndl
'Ion. of Sale, npplv to Ihe uaderslgmd
COTTIX. CATF.-
14 4 5" Or
l.F.Kill.XlK- Situate In Pa*aaf<
Road. St. Michael. utandlrJi op 6,11
.f land
Tha houae la built of atone and eon-
l-liva gallery, drawing, dining, mtting
*nd breakfikft room*. Pantry, kitchen
v C and bath downaUlra 4 bed-
rooma <1 with runnlnar mtai
i .'1 Sunday*
1 m. and a p.m.
Tho above will b* aet up
Public Coti.pelltlon at our Offke lr
'I'.'lgetown on FUday
i] l&0 al 3 p.m.
CARRINGTON & S/.AI Y
Soli.
FLOOR POI.ISHFI'S A fV .Tohr.M.n
H Baaulirlor Pollthari Hlal SM
^O** . Co., Ltd. Elecli
a 4.10- 6n
--TT PALVTS- nr^ndram Henderson
iM' *
yn-ixv \i
ST*" dlatemperi Painla MM gin.
^T*'*J3 Vi ln Th< fc Here.
BARNES S. Co Ltd.
IS.4.50 13a
NO HOl-SE
Cnrn'niiilng approx intalel
4.833 aquara feet. No. SB ii.tebu.
-..ntullv erected atonewa
ondll <-.imprlni-
i MRS. Spacious atore -
ore room*, entrance lo far age Front
age: 4T- I0" Washing lanka. and man-
lias, concreted throughout
tS 4 bedrooms, large draw
mg and dining rooms, toilet and bat'
ill verandah
F,i:trlc lighl. power and water ar
in <- 3MT
ft will be set up lo publ
competition . (ho office of the nnde
signed on Friday that lh
-t 3 p.m. For further p'
ondltlorii of sale
HUTCIIINSON A UANPBLD
Soli. .
g*P'?U nUlJ Variety o( *4
l*SP,,,lJ "*<^d f'om 'loll d
": J. W. Barrow. Phone ai4-4g06.
31 W-7-.
fit??* DRES.SRS v\ Wedding.
HJ DMaSl HATS
jMroA^S Also a fine nMo-tmcnt
~aTS m T.ffet*.. PoUo Dot
>1. Broad St
S3 4 So 3n
jyfTB ...r OloM
? J pei coma and gel
- A BARNES k Co Ltd
1 4 80-lJn
"aS^"131 TRUCK TV! F
" Z? : W . M 7: 14t0
: Mi.M. Auto T>
M.4.90--1 f n
COKD CHANGERS Ano
* 'o hand Dl 00 compl
! OaCoata A Co, UdT
net i.-i oi
rte Dial
KlecUlcal
i M Ba
JEfMCORD PLAYEJ
m e?-Uen *-lllr'il for tie 40 Dial
* IV>ta A Co Ltd
_J- r< M-n
.g^-G-iulna I^nd Sand, can be
"wad any pan o( lh# il1and p..
BasJfah"11' Ballaplalne. St Andrew
J' _____________H.4.IO-2n
!K HarraM'i Toy Depl ha. )u-l
**. shipment of rubber do'ls
Lyjatali that |llPJii .,.
C ?
TT** "* Dr.* i, -
llsj paying a \.H<
C r HARRISON A Co ^
~-
s5^* FLTFS .-:., ....
*aaa ,u., n*i pu.,, |U
*S?SSi*J""' '" *'"'
"JIICHTS DRUG STORKS
11 4 50 2
EVDrroN
Sitiuited on Top Rock, Chr!t Chun'
Yeovllloiki on t,.
Acre A delightful new modem Real
One*, having three Bedrooms. A Urg
:ng room. met.
Tin fully tiled Bath and Toilet. *
choice of a fen-th bedroom il I.-ung
hrcomea lounge-Dining room. Outeldr
Two Sarvanta Quartars. Toilet and Bath
Two Car Oarage, price 4.500 -
..r further par-iculara apply
H-lph A Heard. Hardwood Aliev
Phone 4653- M0. w
^TTFa^UTOT-HaMlngs *"> Boad
led. 3 bedr.m ear
lee. all modem eon
vf-iilences Rent Sou 00.
i m wall building 3 bedioom
dining A ltilng rnom
I nt tW (W Aag)| on pgtBafcMB Vhon.
3001
The underaignad will offer for sal* W
mpatlUon at their office Jami-

1S50 at S p m 1 acre 1 rooda X/T
lurches of land ..1 Maxwe'l. near Tot
n,-ck Chnd Church This land whie*
.n the public road has a fronlag'
of IgS feet, and faces Ihe hungatow-
i :
. For lut Over i-rti.
;v -. .
Jame. Slrret
rr so
I'luiPEJlTY In rroaa road at Spoonen
Hill consisting of double roofed houaa1.
ihed and kitchen together with '. acre
of land Price 1*000 00. Tha abov* can
be purchaaed on tarma Half of the
amount muat be paid whan purchasing
-ime ror furthar parth-uUre apply U>
icolt. Magaiine Lsuie. oi
dial 3T43. *7.4 S0-4n
5&?f*lJ!s,
Polv Hush .
L * . a 4 50
THEY'RE HERE!
Othe handy little PORTA.
TUX Ovana for us*
a fiaa Rolling Ring
than If vou hare a big r*n
They're useful when you d*sn"t
warn lo light up a big oven Jurl
for that individual dish.
The Price .
See them al -our Gas Show-
GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
I iml 8' X 24 G.
WE HAVE THEM
OXlllll KOIMHI. I/I II.
Pier Head & Broad Street
GIRL COUWTlll ASSHSTANT I m M
S'.ore Apply In person I
ward. DruggW and Grocer
*e. Chrui Church. 11.4.30- a
IMMEDIATMLY for at teaat ^-c
.1'ER for RMM
"llwheba AppltoaUons In
K 4 30n
MESSENGER An energetic ofhee
"'"'"I" 'Male, for usual ofhee work
hi. neat and willing to work
paaTtsM wllh letter eg reoon.
-
l-ane M 4 SO- In
Young Ladv tot


I N I i
MISCELLANEOUS
Ml M \crnrr*-
- wrned or ebtalnlng orde*
asa --'-.if Ohtl
Msssala No previous eeperten-
BTrSsa today for beaut>fui f
St to Bnta'n'i bsrRMl a
,:.HJiers; highest coinmlasto
'xoney making oppt-etunll-
Ulli.ma A Co.. Dap* 10 Victor
-hs Pvaatnn. Engtae "
NOTICE
rARim or t mtib
Wanted by the Pooi 'aw C.uardian-
for the Aln.ehoua* a fully qualified Nur>
-apatle of taking charge of Midwiiei1
Salary aag rfl per
't.iim present IhemseKc
i\'h nirth CertlfiraTc niid credentials t.
^r P M O at hi* residence
tir iK-foir Apr..
0am
Clerk. Poor Law Guardians.
a i mj ir
NOTICE
MRS A CABINET MAKER*
r* Invited to attend a meet
eimna School Ha;:
April ISM at S a m when Mr UHlVr
Manager of C F Harrison'
D*pt will eaplam
.^ir developing the wood
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Turnsnw u'iui H
Aga Khan's Palestine
Wins 2,000 Guineas
Breaks SunnUirs 1913 Record
NEWMARKET. April :>(!
THE AGA KHANS grey coll "Palestine" lod.,-.
the Two Thousand (lumens, the firsl of the 1950 da
a short head from '' t duitaogar "Prince Simon
after a photo finish. "Masked Lipht" was third. The time
of 1 min. 36| sees broke the record for this classic of 1 min
37J sees., set by "Sunstar" in 1913.
The heavily backed "Prince Simon" started
favourite, and coming with a tremendous last minute rally,
almost caught the 4--1 chance "Palestine." Only the camera
could separate them.
U.K. Pressmen
Impressed
By W.I. Play
LON!X)N. April 25
Despite the- Iq enditions un-
rier which ihe West Indies began
:actice game. British flani American coll. responding
cricket writer* wire very impres- gallantly lo the whip or the Royal
ed bv the tourtnjE learn. J*y J"TT. C"rT\5"^l*"1}. a
Undc) ,.., wonderful rally up the hill to the
they w.ll shake u. when the? post. ;.nd u as oiuy juat beaten.
" -T? ,.., ._., (jr-ohh Thc American was not well
M!1," tcenth place of the 19 starters,
wrote: "wc saw butting and bowi- **
The also heavily backed Maxkni
Light was favourite until the I--.'
few minutes before the race
Started at 72. He finished five
lengths behind the American, who
i out of Ihe Jl 13.000
prize by a short head
Thus the three best backed
homes had, as generally anticipat-
ed, the race to themselves with
a furlong to go. it looked as if the
Aga Khan's grey son of Fair Trial
would Win comfortably, as both
Princr Simon and MonJccd Light
were under pressure, but the
lng which made us look forward
a bit uneasy towards what
might do to England in tin
Thin is i laun tcemUi 1th ptr-
aonality and n lot
are going to shake us up Ufel
cricket sean.ii."
Alex linnm-": m BM 1Mb
Mail h rprlKd th3*
playan an such a|
lions with n ;'>te It
was far too cold even for the
weather-iur-ientti (
Bannister noth-
ing more plnaaing. yesterdl
Die inniniis of Ken
right hand but "ho only recently
recovered Cram mi. m M<
moveii ktl like
quick:-, Hilly a
batsman ol Uh Weekcs,
Walcott and Worrell.
Brilliant
Another baUHUfl who
the eye v. .,< the brilliant
ster Roy Marshall, of
Charles Br*> w rota In the Dally
Herald: "he Umad UM t.nll pei -
fectly. drove with diacraUon and
generiilly looked l 11
class bataman."
Michi.cl II) l>all>
Telegriaph
West Indies aCldlng the tield-
Ing w;:
ard si
predet*
.. ill be
quickl; rfc keters
throucfiiQiit the count!
and (rQam
fingers it would be IJj
Daily Kxprea* n
"managed to
make <)>< txill flv occasionally
Realer
Although large parts of Britain
were under .-now. the sun *as
shining bnnhtly and the going was
00*1 for th' race. The Aga Khan
had previously won tlic Guineas
twice with Osobnoh and Hahrani.
Reuler.
\ acht Racing
On Saturday
Romero Named
\o J. for drown
WAS!"
Lull ; Bantam

in London Last nlghl

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Associ i

two and Luu> Gal'
i.umber 3.
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Is not incluit' NBA
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head-
The N B A
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pions.
Sands. Australian and British

at
by Jake U Molta He is followed
by Tiberio Mitri. ol Hah
Belloiso, of New York, and
France
Laurent DaughilU-.
amoii)
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Renter
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1 B BJUpi | 1 33 Hvd
1 10 D 10 Mrlud> v... naftafe* i a Yrlkiw
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ii a s W.i C rta>c; Q .< Bit MSi I XI Red
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WJ. Cricket
"Jubilee
In U.K."
lXNDON
Over 200 people, including sim^
famous English cricketers led *>j
Sir Pelham Warner, attended l
party ftvea hy tho West India
Club in London in honour of the
Wesi Indies cricket team A Bur-
Secretary of the We.:
India Commitlee welcoming the
team, said: particularly, wc want
to see bright cricket, and I do hope
it will be possible to finish moat
of the matches in two and a half
days (laughter)."
Sir Hilton I'oyntoii. repr*lent-
ing Mr. Jame* Griffiths. Ihe Sec-
retary for the Colonies and Mi.
Dugdale, the Minister of Sta'j
for the Colonies, who were both
kept away unavoidably, welcomed
the team on behalf of the Gov-
ernment and then Mr. Kidnev.
the team munager. recalled that
it was the jubilee of tht, Vi-,t
Indies teams* visits to Britain
which began in 1900
West India Club raised funds lo
bring the first team to Britain
"That was the birth of West
Indie* cricket in Britain He sa I.
We want lo make this a mem-
orable yoar and the i
brought over is one which is
going to play the game for the
game's sake first of all. and we aw
going lo satisfy the British pub-
lic because wc have g<
Which will go at Ihe howling an'
: itantn the British pub-
lic will be pleased with Wl
brought our own sugar (amid
laughter) in case we di any. and that was ihe gift of a
Barbados merchant We did bsiOJ
some rum from Ti;: ;
Barbados, and we hope B I
is going to help us get that back
I K customs, who hare
seized It and without our having
M tld. a bottle
Police Shooting
Competition
The National Rifle Association
will again conduct the Caribbean
Police Forces shooting |ompeti/on
this year. The match may be
fired on any day from May 1st
to December 31sl ui any colony
entering a team. Each separately
organised police force in the West
Indies. British Guiana, British
Honduras or Bermuda, is entitl-J
to enter a team. Winners of the
ompetition last year were the
Jamaicans.
Notre Dame's
First Defeat
EVERTON WINS 1-0
Notre Dame met their first set-
back for the season when they
were defeated by Evert on one tori
n fast game of second
"-.tball at Queen's Park
evening. The goal was
scored about the middle of the
-econri half by Olton
It was a keenly
match. A try which seemed a
certain goal was made by the
Notre Dame right half near half-
time He made a low well-judged
iry -which bear the goal-keeper
who was rushing forward, but an
Everton full back cleared quickly
Everton gained their goal aer
a neat display of combining, which
ended in Olton taking a close
range shot well out of the reach
of the goal -keeper
Durin* the remainder of the
game Notre Dame maintained
strong pressure, making try after
try. In an effort to equalize, but
Everton's defence proved equal to
ihe occasion
The teams were
.Vntrc Da-ie Wilkinson. Browne.
Straughn. Roberts. F. Daniel. L
Daniel. Branch. Headley. Best.
Gill and Archer
Ecerton Boxill. Culpepper.
Bteede. Sealy. Hall Archer
Bishop, Burnett. Murray and Al-
Vw
!>..
It.H Radio
Hroatr.imiins
nivasnAY Awii n. iteo
; 10 m. N*w An
Sporuna! R**o'd 1.30 r
oehMtral Orgin*
The Oar
Savannah Club
Tennis Tournament
TUESDAY'S RESULT
Mixed Do* bleu Final
alias D. Wood and Dr C. G
Manning beat Mrs. R. S. Bancroft
and Me G. Patterson 75, 46,
:3.
The winners of the other i
c'uring the Tournament were as
fallows-
%9 ir% staii** Miss D Wood.
Men* SinglesDr C O.
Manning.
Laaies DoublesMrs. R S
Bancroft and Miss D. Wood.
Men's Double*Q H Manning
and P. Mc G Patterson.
W.I. Team Guests
At Dinner
LONDON, April 26.
The West Indies -Ticket team,
who have been practising at
Eastbourne, will return to Lon-
don to-morrow, a day earlier
than originally intended, in order
t0 be the quests uf honour at a
dinner at the Press Club in the
evening given by the Cricktt
Writers Club Lord Simon is to
propoae their health, and among
the other speakers will be Lord
Burnham. Neville Cardus. Sir
Pelham Warner. J. H. Nash, the
popular Secretary of Yorkshire
Count? Cricket Club, and Jack
Kidney, ihe Manager of the West
Indies team.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who is
President of the MCC. will be
rtpwsionttd by Lieutenant Mi-
.hael Parker. R.N his Equerry,
who recently returned from Mat-
ing with him a special
message Uke which
will be read to the West Indies
party at the dinner Reuter
on Om fciamlton- ol ImrnoMaliu a
aitwtakk B.li *aii P-vihoo
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II III Mil BANK
Stailrr
Constantine Plays
Against W.I. Team
LONDON. April 2
Vinoo Mankad, V 9 Kaxfta
.nid A H. Kardai. the Indiai
test ertckttcri, are nained tnatti|
I n whom
the Indian Gymkhana Eleven
will be chooen to pla>
I Indies cricket tourists
.:-. -l oav day match on tiia Oytn-
kliana ui t,iie\ on
Thursday. May 4.
Lea tic Conttantino, former
: M ;ill-rounder. and R
i. an Indian from Uooi-
bay, who plavs nukei (01 HoD
H3 and MUkteaaa arc also In-
rhided in the parts
i' Haata
(Captain). V S. Harare, p I'm
rigar, L Constant.lie. A. Ali. O
N Slngt H M Khan. R S
Cooper. V Mankad, A. H. Kar-
.!..i. D. S. Kumana, T. H. Tip-
ihoip. II N Singh, and L D
Reuter
lutt-rnaliouul
1>uhii Tt-nnis
(iliuiiijiioiishipH
K>Mt:. April 20.
Jaroalat Drobnj. aaU axllt d
CMcb, Won the Men'x Singles
titles In the Italian InlernaUunal
Lawn Tennli i.nni lunships here
the U.at ~4, 6J. 79, 62.
Mill Anlu.il.-. IlUBM f Hi,l>
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The Weather
TO-DAY
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High Water: 12 25 a.m.
12.OS pjn.
YESTERDAY
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da>: ,S ni-
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by N. (3 pm > E. by N
Hind VekHilt 19 luile. per
hour.
rUrometrr (9 aro.) 29 989
(I p.m ) 29.992
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