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HH rw.y i \1M1S ADVOl Ml FRIDAY. M-Ri i. % Manuel Ortiz Who Will Oppose West Indies? *t2S : r J^ For World Cup !" SJ!% m ton w. i umi'M \l.l< BEOSCR IHirO. WKK1IIT England's Team Discussed ls\t Joli ii I ii:iiiili i *. LONDON with iheir first compM ,:nf WorcMlersnire at \\ will mark tl i hat promiiei I memorable stay : %  %  33 niatrl In 1W \TCC Vi.-ilri (he Wi %  %  than* e\(i AlthoiiKEngland %  red> attem %  %  %  %  %  I ii || luii I John* I % %  %  %  I B.it %  I avi %  %  I tfar htm %  All K loWl I Eagii I vn..> of ]•>-. .still in %  laeantas east \\ .1. Team Liinrli At Savoy Cartoon. Poem Presented To John Goddard i.o\ %  S'.MI I \un : M at It* .' eters and %  ..ii Tin.%  mber* 01 tl e II.C.C, oi id.* 26 11 %  i Amy. \ %  were iimong tha notary of %  %  %  %  at nf the in. n %  %  .'. %  who I'"•anted the original to I dard to be hung In an place in the W %  %  some of the most celebr.i* %  %  %  West Indira, %  H I.' i' illsi'hdll Rfsiilts NKW ^OKK. A|)nl 27. if matches played in the TICIII Baseball leagues %  %  i— tmrrlran l.-tfw: Boston Red .' New York Y-mkrrs 10 iiers 8. St. Lou i Wasiungtnn Senators 5: Phila't'-lplua Athletic 3 National Leacue: St. Louis Caridnnattf Rm i 'Millies 4: Brook I vn DodgReater. Barbados Friendly Football Association TO-DAY'S pncTURtx n at NUrv. OW Bm* Referee *HE. Branch B"-*ifk M R*irni al B< ii araham %  ,. old Brt>.. <*hrll fiff-trr Mr J Arrn*r (lames GLASGOW. April 28 Astocia..nu'd that they :end a team to Brnll i up series The decision of tin : to send to Brazil for the World Cup series means that there are now two vacancies |a complete th( 16 teams. Turkey having • n recently The Scol ..ii decision retlt o< thi %  :i Geocije intimated ommtttM gajvi tlen to the question Th) -Ucided. however, that %  nrered the competition under certain conditions n ifcreemam with other international OS, they could not now withdraw from their 0x0%-' %  %  nners and ninners-iip i< Home International Tourf. ramafh this season Able for Rio but the announced that they uould make the trip only if they retained the championship which %  Their one zero defeat by Enii.mp.ien Park on April IB, meant that England regained the championship. The Scottish FA was then urged by manv s jurces. including Brazil, to n VSkaVar taking a leom. LONDON. April 27 I Ortii. World Bantamweight Chi tn-dav b) Aaaociatlen ot An-.'-: %  WtMSd b-:i 0rl, *| fulfills a contract to DO* Sdlomnns. the I Abe Or* N.B.A. all at the request of t' Boxing Board 1 body clali bv ...biegr.mi to defend %  Casnst Danny 1 Champion. Instead. Ortiz decided 1 to light Vic T'weet. South Afu-| in Johnns#*ui* | :.n May 20 Ort.7 left New York by :ur lo-nigh| on ine oral &**<" to South Africa. It the suspension aa and not against Us title :n London. Solomons stated M would hold Ortiz to his contract. —Eeutrr. G. F. S. Dance & Floor Show ..r II BARKADOS .1 \TIC I'LI'B "illy I 1ATIHI1AV APKII MI .• p.m. — *-'.)• u.m • FLOOR SHOW Mini irni la.Jt p.m II IFRFVS TraBD* .1 MMa Fcali 1 : II.MIV Dr .MIINTBKI'NKmp Of \louTh-Ori-..-.n TJtc Man wlio <'..II imitate any Animal, Person or ThinK CLIFFORD I'ORBIN 'The Hagtat ol "ho Banjo" ANGELA JARDINE "The Songbird of Ihe WMI" GEORGE AGAR "The Wizarr! of the 'Ivories" %  Ith DAUT CUKlilF "MIMraai of as AccomfMnln LOTS OF UN I. II CillTHl AMI Ml ^11 FLYING SAUCERS; Y..U on ... ih.m ir^|, "Hhii. fr.m (ASliARINA i. \rri kv M II ( st Lawrence, i,.. t ^. (Open 24 hour • D\\(IM, lO-MOHHtIM LVICAl Mm-lii \.lmis,l an j Dinnd • (N SUNDAY SEA nATHlKR.SOUa %  KOi! LUNCH Fr ii I" a.. i agiand i itor. b sill ..>. ul.lt-lds IMIV.,. I (MII Uat BraV Devsiaa Mrtgtji h..u i.ivr gartaaj Uwti raauUrj well, bail I l< II Hi I uii.nl Ul all lairneM.. r\ped praditliui. le-U .,i H %  %  rket last Achilles %  saaaa. m Lnglai. %  %  iwia. is the Eesei %  I I N HI TTHS %  %  i i %  wlui arill %  A %  in Hii %  rani h aMc u> rvpriiini in I I %  %  %  I || %  II I IU.8. Enter aWO For Pan-American (-aims l IT. %  l %  %  %  %  %  ( %  %  Mi /atry I i A rnpanninan %  i Tl... \r,..,t|„>r Mill \\ M.H Riaaa 5 41 .ni. Ban itu tft.li p.m. I ml' Hal i tghllagi (i in !, in. in Itl I II. UMiKim K.i.il.ll UodriiiKlonl Nil ratal It afaaih i" faatai day. H in Irmperaluir [Mil I jrriihrl reaaaaratatn [Maa.1 M.a J'urrnhctl Umd LMreeakM (I ajn.) t Bl N (S p III I v\ %  J iti 11 in. in iii asllea i>er liuur Baraaaatsi *: %  %M.1 19.H9 IS p.m I >9.8M R.Ri. limljii ftlfrlMf I .Ii ttl MRU %  IM* Bt. Thipb on Uiw U%  a m K-l.h t-. .1 n *'.i .id*. B.15 I MMTB, II 10 •J. An... 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T 0 f e Protests Coming In The Virgins 7?.*.riank. Commissioner _Jft$h WrUn Islands hi SST!5' m ovem.nl. %  T"„„, steadily if quie,r l)*V J.PRIL BARBADOS ADVOCATE a -^'i'oVofinclualbn In ja Federation and wil> i£ ijemand tor annexe *' T, United States. They „ i, no disloyalty to !" SU thii—it i. they %  ^Jtr of economic necctIIV in the British Virgin PA1E TIIP.CF. Catholicism jj MOaMMW GaOew And Colour *wTb*ej I JNUox. An ..iholic rime v i l h T^jed ,o what happen! on •SiriSnUl"But last sum*^S, Si U S. decided to -."ijorou-sl.v the immigra. £,. nearly W B "tish Vlr Usndm. ltv.mi illegally in ffulands. had to leave wturned to a homeland SElabsorb them or tlnd MMiBTllwnl—most of the I economy rests on the from stamp sales—and "lacks all the modem w—-radio, cars, cinemas, JWler and sanitary faciliJ be found on the U S. [ Tricked .British Virgin Islands Prov* league, in the "annexa* up calls Itself, claims [^ committee appointed by uoual Onlce to report on a (SHu-lion has been piinto believing they are 1 !" ll o > d reforms tor ;i new svftereas they are to H&nd to a Legislative Coun^ %  %Meh there is some objecL are 6,000 inhabitants on posh Virgin Isles and the II widelv distributed among %  bowing dawn, init the peo| Mt tay on the inlands if n mow elsewhere Yet people complain that the g* re given to people who %  udrN in other West Indian LONDON. I and object to -he British The Colonial Office and the %  Bent policy • %  attempting Ministry of Pood are still Virgin Islandersiin the without news as to when the West and develop the land indies sugar delegation agreed B U P ???_ _*l G ren da c n be expected Ltringj thru %  | impressive fact : i rots :<> ordinal goodwill.Tho Cat ;i h today ne-flfth of the entire Ihe I jthollfk I '"" %  %  *""" '"""' ihan io native' ***M>* itor, „ Mmck XMmn r-rshep ihrrr i. ., Ket| Indsan prteet. T Mrters that the Faith r conLQNDON i Food. ;iftei the • 9.600.000 gallons for thr Rannlnf Ma> |, 1950. The target for the current sear is 9 million gallons MM new goal u baaed n UM overseas sales, three-o,. tnoh m ii dollar rhe Ministry | IM has •dviord the ..OMIT tut Ion thai. provided export supphrs ..re not endangered, il tn.-. no objection to a correspond tin inn-ease of releases by assort*,tlon memher. nn thr hi>me market It is pointed out by iht I t n nrrm that these &f leases by nssociation members KHPFEETO, THEIRTOES! ,. % % %  :, thw Sugar Talks GERMAN CLERGY Split Rumour CONDEMN ANTI-SEMITISM Questions In Parliament %  %  %  i leiftv After referring to Iht unique ''"', IS "*** : racial lalion Ne„ %  llsptae, %  • %  "'• 'e large high-,,, •con. '.' tnree prmclpl, 'cany for ihe o,| of • %  5?" ,J %  la S0O.0MI M the a i 'iit\of iht i mm toil t) Are the nafoniM '" ,H ""am. ' i 1 their n-ay into I ll kl 0 1 oiiM.nirmv iron%  I ''nil* nartni'r 'Sorry I can't SM youl" •Don't let this happen to you ;*2Ki.eryBfiaftlning Amolin. I Dmn.ni6itci,umi BURNS IHI THING TO USI Ik U.NGUENTINt! •reiwhp to nrerl P i tpoi i %  No boll %  <.a, fAoohifOi • •to what tooining, oititoi ITrKHWNnNt ..il at. (o, • aiuivi PAIN • liUHl INtlCIION • etOMO'l HIHNG 1 I l.(>\ %  Ii asked the lit State for the OolonK Mervlmnl Shift liiiihliiify Dm/is [.I. Yaws Expert ]E. Indies Buttle EASY FOR TOURISTS to reach London and there growing belief among certain circles in London that the re~ opening of the affair on the part of the West Indies hsi been dellnitely postponed. The West India OBNSVA. Committee in lxindon stale that jrUt Health Organuution Ihey nave no knowledge about bound Ihut Prof Kenneth when the delegation is coming, of OMventty College, but in trade circles it is strongly i will go to Indonesia on rumoured that there are distinct "•"T" \PT' l n'„"T difference, of opinion among the Un ir,£ &.£ s >""' h -r„ ,v ,r "• "********£-, Children's Emer1 v !" h r J n m c . Sh '*S MS arrival poCU j to combat yaws, ue J !" "ff d or 1M rMt ,or ,h,> ""'*• ,0 hMidle the record number .,f rattly iiwrMsed there "' believe bis •piiM have develAmerican tourists axp* since the Japanese "I*** 1 *"d aa a result, the deleguvisll Britain this summer. lion cannot come with a united Special attention has been paid "tsmnd "f Java alone, rcotrt." said one man to Southampton Docks, which LONDON nmldm,. i to-day. BERLIN. April 27. The All-German Evangelical Synod nwiiRht ended its ,„ lour-day session in East Berlin with Ihe adoption of. a resoHouse of Commons (on Apr. lution condemning anti-Semitism The resolution appealed **3 to Christians Io "renounce all anti-Semitism and lirmly '"dustn in 'hnw s Iv;( nrt .„„ ii lion Ii .lesus Christ." Jff'^jjj %  Right We believe (iod's prnmtse Hrwi Pi to hla rhoaen people of Israel NeKoli.it is still valid despite the .ruri'•••'< %  lixion of JesuN Christ tllrM *bttl ,.,, %  ** our pa*s,b c ,r ' \-iB>ami tolerance lefore Ihe "*endalion mlghl The I'M in.) th* %  %  : be well ad\ i i %  %  %< % Fear Of War turned l LONDON ling. Custom howet. r rtbTlotal population c* r.no% pef cent, of'the Amen'-frdof Mercy, shair the ginlt for lassosaluffeV from vim s n "'d thai Mr. R. L M. ran tourist traffic. "" "*" ••<<•"** %  >•>• % %  to the .lews lte?2 BsftsSsA^ras .sSjh^jttz, ~^^ f ^S %  —< KL^ v^ssLTstt &&&*&$ 'SS^'Ew p down the time it takes for tourists BBji. i-M.1 trains Sir George Seel, new comptrol' Mve I", "ners at Southampton Judgment Wri^Bslll back to ler of Colonial Defence and Wei" n ii rn JT '_" .""^""i ns for comparison f an n f ihe West Indies, sails from matoses from_ other Britain „„ Thursday for Trinidad We beg all Christians measure. renounce till anti-Semitism, ployment handling of wussenger,"willI e.m. nrmlJr ,0 !**• ".""".ever it apMr. Rnaaell: Will to take up his tl'.P. The biggest speedup n££"u'Ma *>" .itlT '"'" 'nde'xlVnd'lnWriOTlv^love let ch Resolution t U.S. Congress A Sugar Import Bun when lie ind.mrreir ,l,-kterminal it. ompleted .( Southampton. It religion w. ••VWVIMI t„ — %  -.-TL_'L.T communities to protect all Jewish r?ulv cemeteru> We t- U The ne* l*rmi^l „,1, mna ., ""^ ,nfll lh d > wi dawn be all Christian ling under putmc .-ontru! '" communities to protect nil Jewish Mr • ook ind The new terminal will mean I speedier and more comfortable leception Cigars CARACAS. Venezuela. W6H1NGTON. April 2. A Venezuelan Sugar Cane „ ICBchoslovakio Embassy Growers' request that reflned pn £ n K ' !" !*' at t-day it had asked sugar imports be prohibited has _£,'"" !" b "I ., 1 Depmrncnt lo transmit been accepted in principle, a mln?"" * olt the imers together waiting lounges and more telelionc kiosks. First cabin and tourist classes' .vhen we can celebrate the victory v of Jesus Christ •.o k ether with the J*' ;.'iL!: < '' r 2!""7:L r T!':' " people'..f M. Slate ho — Kcate. are employed in the cigar try of J, %  BniHd Sutea Congress i istry of Agriculture spokesman ' p !?,J hrouth Cu """h a "d Blntolulion psaaed'oy the announces''" immigration p-BUament calling tor ,i Final acceptance depends on J*****" "!" •* b^"**; off by aw. peace pact. The Cane Growers agreement on live l? n v >' r .„ b l 1 l £"."> c .",>" t laid the resolution was conditions set by the Government. cms Hall, and then on to the Mia tile resolution was conditions set bv the Government. •' ,"\ '^ •s' "" These are being kept secret for the ""Ung trains on the ground floor a a*. I^r% n li-J|L vnilVA'.ii Iv-ui r >. AI •Jon ufead the Hriti Ii moment. A double railroad track under Jam.iK h. at present nn. :npi. %  said "IJetailed ilRures .ire not **MAbl i; : the larger cigar fkketi to have declined fi^mi :dv in 194? to about 1,800 in 1049 It Slkka ilSS^S-X^S. ^bly estimated tSai i nn. e arrested six more Comworker entuloved ttt 'he enai ' U l0 r i, m A "'r rl> '?'" %  ""•>• the whole Police Arrest Six More ANTWERP. April 27 round is&s ,£== sapiSS gg^ss _R...,„ dt.s.aned to stimulate ,aue now*'". be_ aiding the regular staff **" " Soviet Re/alions designed to stimulate rane grow. LDf and sugar refining in the (,unnR ,nc *ona1 rush country. B.U.P . I Frsaa pate 1 I other co-opei.iti<>n cut ibute to an easier solum**A problems." Wrnmcut also iinisaged y of 'improvement" Clergy Accused Of Supporting Propaganda BERLIN, Apnl 27. "Hand Kissing' Storm Apr The East German Chrisliai Democrat Union to-day M i the heads of the Evangelical and I *ith Greece in view Catholic Churches In Ea*t GerLONDON. 1 developments there, many of supporting western proThe time-honoured custom of Hi that "to normalise paganda and bring, ng the clergy British Ministers 'kissing hands" j the Yugoslav Oovarnand the faithful under moral with the King "on nppointnui.r Ittoui \ 0 appoint n new pressure. A lowf resolution pass'>as been described by Prime %  %  • lysce."' ,d bv the Political Committ.iiliit East Ge.-by bir iierbcit Williams, one of many on Sunday attacking ma,n a-tnne Conservative ***> -Reuter. tenaUsm. —Renter. Mr. Kisjaell: Is the Minister port strike begun two days ago. aware that -his tteerease in mThe Belgian Cnmmunict Par.y plovnwnt In the rigar md,i-:rv 15 Pipsr Drapeau" reported 10-day due lo the verv heavv 11 that one ol thus*' detained. Parlnlevied in 'hi country on imported ment Kembei V.m Den Branded Empire 1 igars Will he make was hunger sinking .igainst h.= iepres-nt.r 1.-. 'illegal iletention." hut prison f* 'he Raicnaquei oiBcials would Van Den Bran.i. There was nu npl\ mentary immunity has not lifted. —Heater. B.H. Position Improves L %JI M BD mprovsd positioi. Honduras 1 that Mr. John Smith, un* who are always on the alert lhman who led the flsJ to see that the oid ritual of British Royalty maintained .Mill in.man wno leu ine light ag..insl ,.%  devaluation of the B.H. doll.... £,.,„, HarduxMxl \ Mr Jhn (.r.m-loii *. whai sieps the SecreUo for the 1 'ak.ng is" made and make known %  '. 1 partku I.iiiy housing, of the n. hardwood likelv to U from Brill.h Honduras md HiiliM Guiana. Mr II. Council %  01 M.V73 nrevioua quarter, and %  i fihesi figure recorded sinei %  %  1 v h.r I %  Wa. % %  %  March there gross 111, || |;,. lllrr H %  . %  i.t .a. 1 NO CORRESPONDENTS LEFT IN POLAND 1,,-I.Tl ipondent 1 %  was the lai %  %  i2-isfuii : minute* of ; (oush-caimirif • Vrcki edicolien i FREE YOURSELF from the BONDS OF :0N$TIPATI0N with "MORSES "%& PILLS • OaxUl*. %  •*,(!, • %•*...! TONIC I *••! •**..... I %  .I 1 I I*B*M • ifualtv HII01 -* rot ore* SO runs 1S£_ ^^/V*fi*i BEWARE COUGH DROPS 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 .1. ... ,,., %  & • 1 1 OF WORMS! )"iiliu-S Research laboratory was doinu Need bottle-fed babies be cry'babies ? rrumly not! Baby't ry usually means pain the pain ol mJigi Mi o*'* milk by iiicll you sec. isspt toformaeloi in tomach. Thai's why wise nurses and mothcri aJ^! Robinsons p alC nt Rartey. Thti tasnous cereal enabl. bonle-tcd babies 10 digest their food as easily asltioahcr • %  d prepares ilvir ilgsjih 11 negsM 10 aval *nli •or-iolrf foods iaiei ,-n. '1 ryR.^inaso's'Paieat' Hat. • BU ** how he thrivca. ROBINSON'S *• %  •" %  BARLEY are was the 'eeonder to a resolution alntalned passed unanimously by the Legtarm J ,, ," :n Ljiooratory was doang Sir Herbert refened partlcuInn xpressing grateSl'^L "' '" brln ln ll ,hK larly to Dr. Edith Summerakill. lul tipureciatlon lo the Untlsh '*"*"• "> no,lc al "d Minlsler ol Natiojial Insurance. Government for helping British '' ''" l,v r v '" 'he Colonial Srerewho had ttigned a statutory in-lruHonduras' immediate need* and !f r>r r 'rim.ton -. eommen' ment seven days before her giving the colony a 21.000 tons !?.?' ., r , v r •* p "' ***"• "' acceptance ol ohice seven of> sugai quota. K '.' before the "hand kissing" 11The Governor, Mr Hona'd ocrted from .lollar roontnes when questioned the legality ol th. .„' Garvey. said that unemployment ..' "Z" *"" eminently In unequivocal term* the old la ihe Cokoj was now reduced Tory member was told Ihat In to 1 Mat I'h. t. haf been no un %  bit He also . %  —.n„ ^^ m ,„mrotioB MOtiier Meq waa under a misapprelirrudQii. rest for more thi-n a month and %  %  *• •" l "f* "'" U K ( 'Y V ' "The ceremony ..f kis>ing il is expected that the ban on M %  *" r ~" ** r "aaasital into such problem hands." said thi il is expected that the ban pubUmeetings may soon bt B.U.P Complain tski LOMPOM ha "to which I I lined the traditional manner in subject returns thanks 'or the acknowledgments at His Ms • convenience for an honoo favour conierred jpon him It has no sifniitaarice in rasaWriting letter tlon to the acceptance of the mmBAlMI bureaucracy itenal ofnee in question tricks businesi "•cep'-'nee in fact took place? Union r-r,.rv. ihe signature f the SUtttAn editorial m Prasds H m risey Instrument refened to when rlit hv Moscov.' radio said th he Minuter took an oatn m i-orrect and \r: tsefore f. Mn ,, n#1 i Iori n f complaints frw • 1/srd President Herbert Morworking people is tlv U ^*haaal %  > our in %  %  r.hert William* was toitaliora." But the newspape •istent and ojuoted Lord Hals now being undertaken in neighbouring Veneruela. The Maroons Mr. Tom Drtberg asked the ,„, Secretary of State for the Coloea he "''* "" Tob emt ' "" lr .L an cZ ^l p rship and land ownership of the ine savin Maroon, of Acrompong 'olonial Oftlee wrote lo Mr Drlberg %  r 1* 1048, ha\-e now heer. settled: and if he will make k J' Right Hon Friend (the Minister, is asking the Ooveenor for a r**ort on the Y.*f, ajnjaf EnrlMtd which -Some leastor. enlrurt the work L^^%^ n v nd h n rt,, r. C 3 rai>-* o, r^rng to Mam to ; uro,nw^Th.^"^.-^ •that my Right Hon. Friend hasi not received any further report •mce the letta, quite a long itn Rlaekatoaw tulional and common law Attlee. a barrister, dumfounded | •he many la u the IKini under" benches or the House by saying therefore not sui| -I an aitaial I d* aatt knew o sometimes a letter fal that to******. bM I h*e. e****Mhand of ,h, vwy persons about a? .,2? im SlheJf tv-u^ii £}~~ -— — -vhlch, the c^npMn, .being a r ^ mh J%*"BlJS.I7^S tW Prime Minister resisted *• '^L ZTlZ_ aarlr *Uant httjor. murmured requeeas 'or the turneeremony of British life buried People and do his best ing of any authority higher than away with M less pie^^' te ,~EJ !" 2* *? 'g.? e T l Ixid Halibury and the incident tur-.jue fallariee. af Jlaair tradslasasai inaafwndmoretre-ur* -U** '"JJ,. 0 Mk: Y 3 1 El r lei < %  L O II E s |(i aoasoa i a us ••* eo,,,,,,,,!,,,. ,„ Uy I'MMIM. llll rOSRS I.N M,,. nu. (UI.IIIKS .11 lill. K.MMIOW WITH Will's S\\WMim ( KI.ISI. Ml SUM, Sis c/l ZHappy Season with 3rankie at your Jaoourite Cinema BETTY (*VARRETT .ANN MILLER Ca^iThelbwiV ^\JULESMUNSWN VEWEUEP' m 1 m %  SrMUUS srsmat m aaeiirrub •a MISSsfariaaalaV, 3rd and Thursday 4th May Norntti 111 MtKR and IN — Trrone POWrH M ARIE ANTOINETTE JEFFRHYS BRER VARIKTY SHOW UN II i:SDAV, 2ND MAY



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FRIDAY, PACK rOl'R BARBADOS BARBADOS ADVOCATK um s. I I1I11W. AI'KII. In formation APRIL is nearly linished and the Caribbean Commission monthly information bulletin for January 1950 arrived in this vapor oflicc less than a week ago. It is understood that the February number is in the island but has not yet arrived in this office. The January issue has a new look—an improvement on the old—but its contents are very dated. It begins with an account of the Caribbean Commission's ninth meeting which w.-is held last year from December 5 to 9. The contents nf the bulletin are dated throughout. At a time when a dock strike has been crippling Antigua for several days and when Martinique has been posting letters through military channels for weeks, when the wish of the British Virgin Islands to become American is again being exploited, the Caribbean Commissior monthly bulletin arrives at a Bridgetown newspaper months late. The Caribbean Commission has its hands full and its activa.n. The Caribbeen Commission will say quite rightly tha^ their information department is not a news The information department of the Caribbean Commission does fulfil the functions for which it was designed. The Commission at all of its meetings brings prove that radpicntl ol the information they circulate throughout the with the services they But the suggestion is being made in these colon listen ii not ui (jately •.he area about con• he time when the An example of this criticism is the Canbnulletin for radio broadcasting. kly or bi-weekly or fveii [short Caribbean news mmission prepares n advance of ibaxgo them for use Press unl thi broadcast la Kingin the %  tbdi o* ii b.spoon-fed. In' %  Preai i [eh ought to %  era world. But (all11 lately is • %  ubean Comi: %  ln(: ; far in sultan %  • public 0 doubt I their way Inti m individual cample •>' the %  lad in the Honduras. V> thousand on the march ...i by an Individual i 1r %  Uon oanse of the ii might ha\. lha true fact* to the Press n | II '.n.ii any | be i .landing nation m the area until tin' lull) iiiioinied. That by th Press. Other IE BLACK-OUT 1950 SEA BERLIN. itfliaiu want b in name for the Baltic. %  nit to call it Sea" again, for I ll Selkirk I';...I.... %  .Will nlong the hundreds of mile), of Balllc mined to make it ihtir east sea ^ „ HitlWi n the East-West em B So they hiive ring curtain on this scene, b activity goes on behind tl tven more feverishly and secretly than ever That Is why trigger happ> Soviet fighter pilots fired on the Privateer, a US airrr.if ... Europe. N.. irmy air base* are scattered alcn^ the coast and inland. •Bta rpri. CAPTAIN Bru cenUy; We are in a position to .. -prevent any surprise attack by n ... ._ _II ., .,.. He went on to describe a special ITS nol an all-concrete altair, „,,. wcaoon which was '.". Si.ion, and haTmines attached „nce last Saturday with ten men uul '" "'."^ "*!1 ^.i ",'." to it. He ssld that secret apparatus ; !" .^.i !! 15l_?E5 l^ ra de on the weapon raster*..any apThat. too. is why Sew Ashlng-boatg entering the '-blackout area" east of th>Du of Bomholm utually disappear. 10 te heard of no more. In this manner the Russians hope to make it clear that they will not tolerate visitors nnj near their East.rn Baltic. Wli.i • at B the Russians are doing along the working %  gain at full shores of the former B i ii I East Prussia. Poland, and tho Soviet ron*. of Germany is for speculation only, not conl All arc forbidden areas. But details do leak out—some from the is crammed with rocket site radar am| d *£ for atIack stations, modern U-DOtl nave been p*'i I apt u red Cerm;.n i \< i • oemundr, where %  %  i %  ,• %  %  iie.uii'. uui ""•—••— T !" mTalaTwW. Uemal in Ir-rimr I i*l\ WOU1Q line li fas*-"* •> %  •rmena Uvtag In fACTi rm <'_ "%  'T „ RuB on5 have tax. Eastern Germany. Most of them u.mia. has becon !" J measures to ki %  u.. iwrnumm and loathe the iiibmarine na.se In tl ,,..._ ..... a .,.o the coast. The hale Communism and loathe the submarine bas. .. (jr A a ong „„ coast. The Russians even more So new %  >rman population in-.! %  Russia's ,: ... 1lalt1r20ner.il* hew..:el rone or to the <">< •"''•" ln.l e aal Some of the rcpor-.!> %  <-„.„„ | UXU rv hottta. once tilled seriously I with holidaymakers, aie now barPACT: The Russian* are tumins !!.• "••* rmrk ,„ r he tens of thousands I fortress on land Which the Russians state the Baltic into tho HPECTLATION: M claim they could industrial heart CENTRE OF BALTIC MY STERY M OVES t T || E IKAI.M.M. TO BE KING |y %  man. . „_ ; nee Baudouin. of Belgium, pores : an irnporl,. Belgians-which may. hi! lap. . wnts calmi> •, lie-making shapes the i d his father King Leopold t the problem of returning (0 King announced that he is pre1 his royal powers temporarily to his son ii the Belgian Parliament recall him to the throne. This would open the door ement among the nation's three major Under the watchful eye of Belgian profe.i%  nee Baudouin studies English, Ftem,sh advanced mathematics, literature. Mslaw and physics. Between private he reads Belgian and foreign newspapers, and occasionally takes a stroll about The Prince became heir to the Belgian it the age of three when his grandfather King Albert plunged to his death from a Swiss mountain cliff. And less than a month before his tifth birthday, his mother, the popular Queen Astrid. was killed while motoring In Switzerland with the : Belgians remember the young Prince as a precocious serious lad in a formal white costume, occasionally appearing in public beside his tall, soldierly father. The German Army rolled over Belgium when he was nine. He and the other children were tirst taken to France, then Portugal and finally back to Belgium. In the castle of, Ciergnon." in the Ardennes, where he was led by German soldiers, he lost • himself in his ituo In 1!I44 Prince Baudouin and his father, were imprisoned In Germany. The following i vear they were liberated by the American Armv, and went to Switzerland, where he completed his formal studies in a c; %  plain, good-i in Belgium for ter. II refused to allow him to return Until the "nival qie lied. Consequen: Prince lias not assumed ... au t oma t icall y conferred on royal princes at 18. and has not %  vice. Ills tutors arc trying to make up for two early removal from the Belgian people, and lack of. the traditional English schooling, such as at Eton, where his father studied. It is no accident that Russian alrsea manoeuvres are taking place now around Bomholm. U land of the Baltic. This tiny strate,, gic island controls the approaches Vis to ,, of The sea from v uie West. ,. At the end of the war the Russians occupied Ihe island. Bui then the Danish king, paying a modern Danegeld. gve ihe i forces 10,000 watches, and the Russians went away. Now u would like it back again racks for the tens German workers racing to comPOTTERY FROM i WORM i AT I \\< V1TKR PLANT POTS From 3 to 12 inches ORCHID POTS WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO. LTD. C. S. PITCHER & CO, uj in.I 117; ,v Ills: llll KttlTR. TheWarnintf EACH man is screened DJ Russian secret police, an.l Western agent' em spy" or esaboteui" out and dealt with as • warning to the others. A few make a lire.,a corroboralcd picture i naval and mUltai ,.;ainst the We.' It is being done aln .tin under and the Panes. Under the noses, too. ol mo British in Lubeek, only from a Russian naval -1 I ALL'S FOBIVEN-BAB THI: iimti.Ai.vs II* CuTgn >lll"' l'liu"" Peace Irealy With .Japan VI \l ,v HAM. HAM \ 111.11 II 1,1 ,v IONGUI PAST1! Pern -llll IIIIAILKII HAM 1IM1KII I.I \t TEA lit PI, St NCBEST I 1 M'DKAIi:!) MI1.K PrrTt DANISH CHICKEN HKOI'll .. MAXWI HOI -l i HI I II. inn M (Mi i ; i mil si i in in; n SOt TH AIIIK'AN BhANIlV Perls i OOKING in TTUR inns BICARBONATE SODA Pnl .^ni'i.. U % %  ^ servant-.. .^ %  > !" ..ehuieeandlcanevolyeapleasI -i III ateMr i J 'K T,". lb El LONDON. EXPERTS from the British Commonwealth I will meet In London Maj 'te their views regarding ,ouse in China and'ia p. A llll Japan. nd a favour>ble| .pected to incorporate in their !" (, •!.. Uriiis-h CiiMnmunl'i attitllllo. %  .... Rood housekeeper for you—' Bui a big T "' lt h0UJ lUan. Englai i\ What i c off and kick a %  fllS' %  : kllage gw%  ml lk'': i exploa. gui : , mfertevta w the Major. ; ,he Doom most as Tory as ... directed to the T ana . 0, !,. %  WeU SUWwrrifd I !,e,eh UU ws*p po -i-uei slink,, i patf i/vajis,.'io|i ni—— It she has does not ki it is ,i ,.l the American Revolution And Emily lHi>e!l-dld she bai k to the B II and C. draft Ittltwfc Which has four cardinal fact-is ; 1 Opposition | ".ice treaty. 2 Appreciation ot the fact that the Ja:. >;rdered commercial life with opportunities to trade with other i ;t. A %  tbliihmwit ol ich composimld not be transferred into a 4, Siutaii prevent a rebirth %  an -ind India meeting alonK with Brn%  ii Foreign n Walker, Secre:.wealth Relations, %  I g appointed to dea' I subjects. The eminent already h the Japanese pMCe l in *.^. (a) All t ; which took part in %  (b) The countries which suffered from -• tbUihed ific. !tid Burma, for example, would STM I'OPUAR .:: ST52? Si wen With Japan Ai law! a pi.v". i : %  %  i ,., ,*•:. .' .Hist iroubic ice fixed I bt iold, and a "Bill i %  which ii"ii' rate' | | u mighl read fc the ouUlde world UM l aar^ >4e! t,jt Bl W i'uv from actual A| lor this lag the (>a>l M' the undentlgited Hoteb *WH in the island could have actuaU) %  savmn on our ii., loxmiatclj OM thoutand. -loUars ($1,183.00) had the | prewnted to the Hou* passed The averafe IW icing approx$400 per m We hope thai I I t done aboui I %  .. greater loss to us. mager of EUZABBTH L ARCHI PAYLOR Manager of W RSA1 Has! M.i--. %  ajicr ..| Hotel B M i %  \l H A Ii KNIGHT Ma a. C. HA thit of i)alt jj %  law rUKi been so %  %  up n lUvc that ii had been %  I thought For it seems to me IUJ iiubool DOW takin.-t tries of Europe. raCal to point out that I am int of the thai I should l. : iiiattoanquet in 1M6 he ha. Lords, ladies and gengltsh bar is thr ihrtiVK %  '. I-..% %  TIIIIYI



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-r APBIL 28. 1950 "THE BUSHE EXPERIMENT" A Lecture By J.W.B. Chenery THAT the Bushe Experiment was capable of great development in the direct.on of full ministerial responsibility and cabinet system was told to a large audience bv Mr Justice J. W. B. Chenery at the British Council. Wakefield on Wednesday mght. ,•*' l-Hi-ncry was lecturing on Ministerial Responsibility and the liushe Experiment" in Barbados and among those present were. Mr. G. H. Adams. M CI' Dr. H G Cummins, M.C.P.. Mr. F. I. Wnlcott. M.C.P Mr M. K. Cos M C 1' the (our members ot thib< m the House of Asseml.: A. E. S. Lawta, M.C.P. ind Mr. R. O. Mapp. M.I' Mr. Chenery began by mentioning the (act that the constitution ol Barbados had remained unchanged from the lime of the earlv settlement in 1627, until the great oiislitutlonal crisis of 1876. He said that after Emancipation n 1834, the Colonial Office realised that the mm %  .'inblies which had hitherto functioned were not properly designed to meet the new order of socicu In 1939. Ihe Colonial oil!. gan the process of •boUahkll representative assemblies in the Indian oolonlM and converting ihem into Crown Colo,. .-^i.. t w R rrmvhlFBV ". lcs Tho P roc ess was carried Sir. Jaetfce J. W. B. CHENEIY through more or less wholeheartedly anil %  -ulmlnaled in 1865 endered her GoniUUltftMl and aijo became a Crown Colony. The Colonial Office had always felt the newly emancipated masses needed a powerful arm of the Qrown guardian and protector and that the only means of making such guardianship and protection eaecUve. was to vest in Mi Man-si', s representative, powers which were iiot consistent with Ihe old representative A oroke out at Hop.Planta" „ B rb *7?„ s .1""" U C.rge at about ,0 a.m.. on £ a 'ouief S^V Wednesday and ues.roye.1 Inr.,„, oi( ',. gad a quarter acres of tn.rd cicv Ull|on an|| rtpe canes. They were Insured ,„ pu „„ sl „ |dy „ Eh| „£ m „ and belong to A. G. Gale ol the ,„ lv a |, elllp ,,„„, what. sam.' plantation, ter. to lay impious hands on the A I ACCIDENT occurred over ark of the comtltutlai. Ihe Victoria Bridge at %  bout 9.50 a.m.. on Wednesday Sir Conrad Wtween a bicycle owned and ridThe cn.. of 18*. 6. though sucden by Frank Bynoe of Culloden cessfully surmounted by BarbaAoad and a motor lorry. Bynoe's dos, had made it clear that some left fool was injured. change was essential in their A NOTHER ACCIDENT occurlegislative and administrative prored on Broad Street at n OB 1 ; :,nd 'he genius and states,hmit li noon on Wednesday """Ship of Sir Conrad Reeves as iboul 12 noon on wound. ixlween motor car T-54. own., ,„,, t „ cumslances o( hls ol by H. B. Mohon of Lion caslle. hl %  txecutiT committee system St. Thomas ami driven by HO] ,hieh had bean triad without eonLayne of Chaiiiiian Village, St. spicuous success in Jamaica and Thomas, and a bicycle owned and other West Indian colonies, ridden by Keith Porter of HindsThe Bxecutiva Committee Act bury Road. iiassed in 1881. and I The rear wheel, handle bar and of the loremost land marks III Bar* generalor of the bicycle were badion constilulional history. Ilelu i: IK ,.:i iween 1881 anil IMO, the lySttm r E 20-FOOT FISHING BOAT worked will US break"Ladv Gri. >vn buI Wllh ,ne R row,h of Bmr, Ariam of rhrlu Ch.ireli Political parlies in Barbados. .1 Byron Adam of Christ t hurui 1/L lime was auk about 11.30 a.m.. yesterday „„, ar „„ wh( .„ m ( .„„ Iormi y trhn It encountered .. .„ „„. ,„,,„„.., ,„.„ .,,. uid high winds souili ol the i v .,n parliamentary democracies Island. within the Commonwealth, -he The crew ol three returned party to whom the electorate had lately. most i n their ooaflA N ACCIDENT \i.( \ II PAGE FIVE Australia Cracks Down m From pair I to the secun; %  The Government would be entitled to determine which indui">' 1*1 %  -d from Com%  •eh to.1 minim, cngineer' t steel, .ninsport and 'ha', he meant. Unprecedented precauwn today lo prevent '••nstration in I n Parliament House. The White, modern building— HOttM Lee Mjua.ls Nivked .ill but the main entrance —Rruler E*~r Pochrt of WASTVITE THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Yeil — Yeast-Vne quail* •ootbes wiy hrtdachei, neuralgia, nerve and rheumatic paint but it does something ehe too! Because of it* valuable tonic pcoperjea Ycaa Ve helps you to feel brighter, took better, sleep more easily and enjoy more encrgv Nca! tone t\ lief take YeastVile and set tonic benefit too I KM STOtTTG -l RbCsHMt (.iris BeaWl iltnumvli Itel (he mrOuHl if oper.itmc Ihr LM JI thr I \liibl(i„n ( f HandrratU held al He*lr> Hill lit..sehe| Ifklltlj crouml i.in be MM v.iPlt>lis iMttrrns ..I mullK ub-urcl -t.i. . reave Haetei In fie loreBICYCLE LOST r E LOSS o( a bicycle valued $82 was reported by Clement Jackman of Chapman Street. Be stated that the bicycle was removed from outside S. J. Rocks chop at Milk Market on Wednesday. FIRE of unknown origin broke out at Hope PlantaHANDY TEACHERS Elementary Sehools of Ihe I %  pair of or weol, floIn ,, le esbbage palm, bind n book draft a nalti The Ocparlment ol Edueation in ensuring that mil eonducted vacation elasaes for „„„, .ii which expert l.r.,1 ,,, liaiidi., : %  **'£??** hen in turn i. this knowledge during the school term. Such a class was theKavler varatlon from April to April _'l and Ihe work done In the leachers was on evnibataM al Wrnlev Hall v<-t.terda>. A weave master loon; pu ce of equi] 1 Inspector Dismissed Col. Mic-lit lin Inspects Regimen I 30/FINE Foi inflicting UKIH, harm M iwd. n HoHlgan ot 0 %  i to i or in det.it nonth's impnstmmnil A*S %  %  .'..:.i %  from %  Worrell had been 1 lorces. Color. %  Black B %  : %  huh h. :mg bMe inmended to tl I ,,-eting of ; % %  iii "_.._" % %  Wi I %  iccomnu'Tiuphold It. Worrell Jaf.v hun tl Dun: %  •.nd mac...: wool it'instaled. One ol l eo lot Band ?5 YrlAKS AilO (Barbadflw \dvoealr April It IMS) %  %  at the Drill Hall o: Strvtct % %  rnembtri Amun? tin HOD SI; P HOD Job %  K. Chase. I! g M S Ji Salvagin The "Potick 'A' in' the kaaltUnj Notion thn {h, yi ' was on .i. e*tn woollen m !" "' pullover that could hold Its own %  I %  %  -YOU Id bo rticle produced ol baUea ""' booUea it %  -. nr markmai %  Hookbmdinn and btll . ,. %  dent that th ol canvu whicn 1 :. I'olit k %  %  %  %  %  .. ., %  ; QUite i I vhlch tit ;;;. tlcular i £10 Awarded For Dog Bite His The treat secret of British u< < % % % %  In the art of Government, had been the cabinet s\slem whi.h in the words ol that great political philosopher. Waller ttacehol. had ^ proved to be the hyphen between the Execullvr and J.^ — 1 .^ I HV_. XT LenUlatuie mil between the Uocfcyara was I\o unt-m-ceai n and the Kint-Hi 1' iili.iin.nl. D€U fjj l\ ItSt'S Nearly all modern democratic w*i. .^ n J i IniUtutioiai had adopted Work on the Bermuda dockj^ complew manner, the cabWJ^nobodoIro^buloii" mat ayitem which En R iish political firn,,^!"/ E f mi "; Senmshaddevscl. Thompsoii told the Advoc*te ves* |n ^^,(0^, hitherto on the T?£ w ,-K Attorn. IUKI fallen the ^"P• bU* lm . oI condoctliuj U.ifS •* ". V ,U, "! ><1 S ,n Hls GovernmenlluiM.. Majeitys dockyard, Bermuda. f AssvluhU i)liu SJ""?;, "? .^f" E "' e t • and carrying P40>ed in Ihe dooky*rd for eight mi generally lu't.,, t ,. j u, which In other a viL rS Bermud for c,uh! to the lot t.i the Prhw years, ihompson could not %  *) wuh the illneu ot the Attornc>much about the place or condin mm j m April 1946. the OWES ". spenl m> v Bhl yeani ornor ot the day. Sir Grattan poking after my personal busiBuslie svize to nf *; hc M 'dmake the four members on the on enjoyed his stay Executive from the House of Aswrc but he was glad to return ..,.„,biv. iespi*isible for the adminbBttbadoa. urtration of various deparm 1 The cost of IWlnfl In Bermuda llc House of Assembly, and later is very high—rather, much high,(, ., %  lie exercised his er than it is in Barbados—but tho prerogative and previ Wage* were good. American cur Attornw-Gcneral from standing %  j*y is generallv u-;ed. The ( 01 election for QM House of American dollar is worth $1.20 Assemblv there late hour Whei %  fallen. \oi i:in'Y*i;'i sure ttow< j could fit1 1 n fiit of £10 10 Boben ot EUerton, who cistlmed t,S0 demegee aftci %  Amcy lived i Mr. J. E. T Bf for Sob 1 I Dot had been given, Mr. Ward .-aid he woulc peasri ed full rei %  %  n-rn | which brought AM no powci po*sessed % %  • of copra from Grenada Oi power and no responsibility weanesdi,-. Mermali in ins scheme he said that the f" rr '^ed from "Dominica will Governor would call upon that %  *" loot* cocoanut* ....d 26 cordmember of the House whom he felt would be It* • able xo command a majority m the House of Assembly and ask him to sub..ines to the Gt.' .t iiiboiAted her %  i. %  to that Av< 1. lth hei rathei bui £2 UNE FOR ASSAULT Before givim. Honour lal case had %  ther bw to boost them up bj 1 used to woik with bun Over) day diggin and selling potatoes. Th;it. how 1 •...tion. nl nrearood hat's on Today twt of Ordinary at II ee fc ••• p.o. %  -• Ba<| at \ M PC al ,* am. r a> n., d ^, ii^aUBg, **ha at a ee P m. to irstitute Blood gave nounced in its fa\our. 1 bate last year %  flair, the of that %  1 le mintsind it was clear that the next step In the development of tli< be in the :•• %  %  %  > discussion and the lecturer was asked to give his %  %  rrum of tiona! practice to writing. La*t] Meet* : .Hen of Re. %  in one M.. I Mi I A Mi Leod % %  %  'daj loi alao nn %  Fresh for your Pets ! mm DOG (HOW mm IIAI:I;II (lion h JamJoni & Co, Ltd iiiUribuUrs. BENJAMINS HEALING OIL lor 1111 use— urtl %  : %  %  %  -f evei 2/|M-r liotliY mm HARRISONS BROAD ST "THERMOS"' JARS WITH \VH>K MOUTH yuan .si/ ( — will I'.old 2Ib Ice OXI.Y S.7.III h.itlt. nmm\M am IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS . "\ IKAI.I. — COMPLBTS WITH II. AND C. TAPS IND ALL NBCBSSABX FITTINGS. •v/o/..•/# HARRISONS %  .-.-.::-ss* 1 INOIII >i cMunm Sires: ft by T/ 2 It and HI' i It. by 9 II. AIM IIMIIIIM l.\ HOI IS 6(1 wide Ml \ry rriisuniilil aaialillilii ta' I .HERBERT Ltd. 10 i 11 Hoehu Ml • FALK" OIL STOVES I Mil.I llOKIll. — 2 Burner H.M)K „ 2 44.47 3 55.60 4 6.13 ALSO DOI BUS OVENS with liuill in Tlii-r it-ter 22.21 HARDWARE OfPI. Ill 2344 VALLBi \isrs White Rlbl Back \ M.I.I \ i sin BPANT8 Strlpad ui I U UI 44 ins. Pair si.:i2 \ Will I SIS VVIIITK SEMI' STIFF COLLMts -Styles II St 99 SteM ; I 18 in-. i. ...ii C2c. 92t. \ VI.I.I.V SKSTS for ii WI..UBiWwd Slecveleaa. Size* 24 to 32 ins. Each •. WHITE COTTON GLOVES Sizes OS. and EX. OS. Each Pair 85c. BMIMC ""FOOTBALL IIOSF. Assorted Striped Tops Sites in' to 11'; ins. Pair HJI CAVESHEPHERD&Coitd. W, II. 12, & 13 atOAC SIREEI



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PACK SEC BARBADOS ADVOCATE IIHIMV. APR n; 24 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON j ENTEB A O SNAPSHOT /-, IN OUR our retailer fnr PropcriY Nothing else is quite the same. Watch the difference it maken your .hoes! C" = PRUi'thTS A REMINDER!! BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. NERVES -J — Mmair, _J _iLl. m ^^P^av "•rkpepT,..K.„^ Ininllxfar.TliaiufifcL th* le la tpk\>.W DH'. ud, ra Foe lUd tilm,, PilU 'Mtam cunluj oik urf ^^ "V^MitotlulirtdirtrtJ, — ^**! Hal -Ifa I hir Ik-_:?^> JUST RECEIVED! Pc. Wafer Com n*. Tin. Pearhe. Per Palethorpe's Skf-j Pork Sauaare. "* Paleinnrpe-., o^f-, Sausage* Palethorpe* CambrMre 8SM|*4 Pineapple JM, ^ Marmal.ide Jin rj fe| M.lt ITl.,1 L,|C Jam ((By lllintley i l-almer, Biaeulla—4 Iron Assorted (l 1%) Tin. Cnatord Cream i tt .. short cake i r, OK I II K A >l II.'.O \I>\V \V Mil \ NYLON STOCKINGS SI 86 per pair all Shade PLASTIC 36" wide in while Blue. Lemon A Pink MX. per yd. BOYS PLASTIC BELTS mulli colour 38c. each VELVET KIBBON in Red. Blark. Navy and Cireen III IH M \MI SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT THr mioAnwAY muss snoiv LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 l K.W. L.lfsn llKrVEN ALTERNATORS 1 K.W. .1 K.W. 10 3 K.W. >• r. ** %  ""• ... I \U rauplrle .( Sutlrhlx, .-ill and Automatic Volume KetHlalora. COIDUn BANOI OF SPAKE PARTS IN STOCK' Om HtHB.llMt.% MM U'NI #. # rf. WILLIAM FOGARIY LTD. INC. IN B. G. S8f rooZ^m INCE & Co.. Ltd J WAl 2236 ROCBUdt ST ^"lll N you reel liulcw, hrwl and dtpn-M, OH reason it that you, M,** it %  ,M oak — without enough ted WoodwrpMdn" iJ >*• %  a 'cinounAM. Nw red tiioM-corpmsclM What you need ihiiLounc of 'SaiUIoyo'Nm Tonic Food 'Sar.i; .ten' comMois the !* %  Kical nodi -building food*—organic I'lioqAtnii Mi protein B iiK.'i i uikl n new red c -rpw-Ja m tour blood and Iced your eakrMd iw, by da> MUng .our body with ir*. veuousneti ':TP>M-V Saat on a courw of 'SjndloifCTi' today. OH •.,!, oi 1,00,1 ,h„,„.f •SA\ATIM;K\-art restore-, health, w.ulh and vMRj ^*£m* wno e am ''y e with nourishing L 1 Q UAKER OATS vUU. r?*vwrri eO" ,71 !_S iMJoti%  •••• %  ; „,„, •••""•".c.ri iNioy WILLIAM FOGARIY LTD. Inc. II. G. Just Arrived Of mm**** T-0 / .#/„ s... IKRSKV \KT SII.K PKTTICOATS P,„k I dn do do HALF SI I PS —White. Peach. Bin,. ,„„i Black du. d.c do P.WTIKS RKIKFS r ink ,i. d.. do. du. VESTS Opera Top Pi i E do. do. do. NIGHT DRESS£S -Pink, Blue Whito and soCHILDRFN's WKI.I SOCn Phj and White with Co 9T SEE OIK SHOW CA Will III K SHIPMENT OK: 7.7 and 1.5 C. Ft. j.mtee • -w users picked at Handom . Uwy should know, follow then example Windsor tisil... Vdinirallv \n.i,ii Motor C* British Q|| im Atrwi Mot** Rolls H %  IT" ii and c,. (he 19.VI MODKI>



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—my. APML , 1N4 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ui\ nr.vi I. PACE SEVEN %  ATMS m m aasm ..11 nm *< a •"on HF.Vr 1 20 I 90 ,rrtD gSaia *• IBS* L %  "" SL*f ; "" gai|—~ CbarSe n^ '-S •-S&ADVOCATI I.W..I --'""' DIED "TvH, Mr !" a run !" I *mL n UM * ""1 *TZ i .t s it-clock mi. aftcmoon |Ji"Cort. Church r ""titd AJleyw. *•! v.uu. ^ ^ ...*tt—JEBPW EODORA. V-*t funeral %  JyETBr-. .t .30 u,,. ;.r2iil lh€~ > " WuJucr %  . %  '• n.i. ! %  ,„ „.. 'jJSSS b u "" ••"'• %  < %  -i.i i 27 !' jj!^ A Pierce. Phone :ma „, gaj %  1 %  a 4 io r -in. umiAM OHDTTTII %  j-IA DCAMCHARLES DIANE ~~~~FOB SALE UIT0M0T1VE ,!i[| !" i 10 H P 1M. Good ,rS!L pn rc*son--u>le Rlni! 31*1 ,,„, %  ,-J < SO -in UlW-Jn Jarj0ii.il I' ""* ,,rarr 101011 CARPSA. 10 M P flu -1 %  lUl' drive—eaWays owner ridden. 2Twn-nkm with i.o ni C Mr Arrher, Redman ft Taylor„—i CAM ft TRUCKS Al bftrra.ii ___ many make* etc. Phone 3453. "TORD moan -,„ h*ft l< -, puiti Enquire Auto Tyre ComHECHANICAL. TTPIflTRITERfr 1**o >2i second ban:* %MwWri suitable (01 tuition, .ipprr %  The Bonuk Bay Rum Co. .11 i B) h "AHKIIAM ,„, u, e „„ „„„ %  „jAUPA L COURT.-w,.-,„i„„ ,„„ ws>-in^r. t Mr P %  ., „.. impoMnc builiJlnc Vftt lookin* Rocklpv rtnv nm i lh* ir. ( Blj e ITatftn Hotel N C " <* .11 ^ r ,r' i^"" "** | rt f '< wiy to OM,. phone mfns B | ( p m 4 St-lfr, LY im SP„ st jjnip^ ', iii umUhcd I. >honitil-09 fSSL n UN 2 ALOW Ma, r ". Chri* (Murch. Bedroom*. Jtrfio. Tclophon*. al*, KOod .^baihtn. for month of May. Applv UUklnion. Erin Halt, m.hotx Court Hil1 28.4.36—3n. VrOBAUUC TIPPING BODY New. ...lUbla f'-n "•> %  S" 00 " I i..y (in.Be. Ui-l •U 4 M) Jn MSCELLANFOUS ALUM Bl." i i % % %  "ly " Ml U rut >miw)f when nhavliiB-• pntorul Mnnffol KNIOHTl i STORES 31.4.30-21, IM'IM.H SAIIS AUCTION CMMD DWOL G1.UB for wooj worrier* iM BMtlni. Crold Chiiwiwarc Glue at all Pfrt Th* General Agency Co. iB*(kM> Ul. 14 fufh 31.4.50-tai aMUTnC nv.s All mloura r*eiv%  our rouse. 1-jiHrfc Powder 1" ? KNKilliDRUG STORF-i n 4.50-2n nor." rwi TVI In BeftuliAor Pnllahera Dial 3*11. DtCOMa ft Co.. Ltd. Eleeirteftl TV,>t. 33 4 SO On rDOJtjT PAPTTJl—Hn.ii.Ir-ii llet.Llrrann fc—arenle Forel Green Sun Ptool IcrVSTUNF WhiU .1 coloun -peclal in—i. rtrMfinper1'nlnH M 4 sin. DWamaar M M Bin Th.-y r.n A BAFNIS ft Co Ltd. 39 4 %  *>) % %  By InalrucUona received 1 will offer foi wle on MONDAY lit MAY <> n the inrmleet al ROCK HALL VILLAGE ^r THOMAS 10 perchi; '. wall bunding . prM(Bt ^ !" J nub room—which can eailly be conCAW n ' ntC '•• W nc ** TERMS !. n .. R ARCHEH McKENZIE, %  %  -'" Amu..,., 30.4.50—Sn. 1 will offer for aale by Public CotnJTtinAY 3S1h at 3 p m %  < VICTORIA STREFT. r.o* %  qiui..feet of Uod , ni(|TT"Nh CROSS ROAD. ST MICHAEL th, land has an mcellenl view o* the 'larhour For Inapftcllon mid condlS m, -fi?5L e: ADp,5r ' R ARCHXH Mr KhS7.01. Dial 3H1. 33.4.B0-Sn. : MA\i: HREN umructed Io i*i up !•>' Mle by public compoi Coainopfttliion GarafB. HiKilnr Ine on Friday April 21th illpn (ll sunda-d 8, one i ( > V- Ford, one Ml AuaUn 8. one •. iHmeutt, one HI Ohnmin BtyUHW.IM ; UO one Chavrok-t Truck. IS3> t model. RLADIOIJ Btnjtf! Varte 1 of -i %  jUeun Juat received fronv •UMr: 3. W. Barrow. Phone 8iW4409 H.4.H I IRON RAIL WINDOWS-B' Hi window %  romplele -ith hutter*. kkt Ml > in land Enq.ir. at oppo-i'r! %  .*.) Uroiid Inw or Phone 30M 2t.4.S0— l.f.n fADTTV I r l Soe-clal offer Glow rMnu IS 41 par callon Come and fel A BARNFS -. Co I '• %  :'. i % %  (. i:ti POWDER PUFFS "Beth BWirem .iiee-Al*. fluff v imfle U •nprent mlg -a n te KNIGHTS Dl 31 4 VI JF CHANGF.RS-Ai.i.tner lo* o' *m to hand 131 i ..HI i.uir Dial %  %  DaCMU ft Co. Ltd Electrtcal y 1 39 4 50On •DRlli RETonn PLAY! 2•. -..h !" i comirUloc Wh— rnoc BUtto, onoonunil. "• "iu. Co ncci yfc PNo. EWI..I•tSf^J,* r *>"rr MAKJUM JgJ"" >l %  > WkOD M, 1,1,111 EH2". >Vu ol c r. H>nuon'. |T^?** '*^l. m wpUIn i. vhtmt ikuJ^C"? ,h "ood woiklnu In Cd ST? %  Uu %  " • %  Sbum Ifakaa Balls hvigiUe En*Hh Amateur ..l-andoned Borne on pi> in an hour %  : reached, to inform ihem of the %  cessation of !" ^'i, s not ,onfl '" : ommitte H -irteri to ah.. HOIU became now carpetci %  rounds lo decide the 13 tor the n i^lhe w| ,,. lo nave Qjen 36 holes .setm-tlnals but reduced to l< holes which will help to make up — %  tester WMtVKB Jew-Aryan Marriages Legalized BONN. And •irlinnir:it %  infamous %  assert a law permit tins I to legalise marriages of racial itiii political pari.es who had Itvsd together thouith utitnarned. but where one partner had SB Under the Nurembeig law?, certain groups of Osti ly those of Jewish descent, vrsta tarred from marrying "Ai>,m>" Daaplts the laws many couple deflsd the NBBla and lived 10mV ended, tlu .. lo iikarry, but until lo%  no nro%  %  d, iiMially in concentration oanap —Keuler. HELP Young i laqnDHATBLY for %  i ... i I ''KR for Kinnlv, club iinllu.nei AppltOftllona in SITUATIONS VACANT \.".r\\T PAAnTOBJf IM.'MI" rfteanl f.Annau %  M.plicuni muM have had .il teuun 3 MT. Riutar Fact.. Pan %  ophod and 3 Mu>mi. iteif '* %  %  • "on* '" %  '" •>lh paaaana paid for "lf and ." *fo \ppllc*nl muM aupp] .'. %  urewni wlary and tal.u' tppiinWKMK to be nrtrttiimi ro Tnu ita s> !.., %  (.,. II V. i 3s • as—as PATTOM n -il-, Siluolloii varant for S, IM Factor, v ttMtM -it R-e*u Factor-., si IAICU. but alao in charnr -•ontrol at Cul do Sac Factory. Si l.i.i.. about three mllea diaunt M Iwn had at least 3 ynaro Factory experience, prltarafa. %  more, and b betwee n the ages of 31 nd 40 yeare. Partly fumuhed J room bungalow eupplled and 3 month, lonu leave home givvn ovary 3 yeara will l* *f Pfthl for aatf and wife Appli ..nt mual nupply teeUnionliUa and fUto preaent •aUry and aalary expecteii Applicationa to bw addreaaed to 11.RoMftti Co. I*d.. St. Lucia, Il BJ I 38.4.30 2n •t^fELLANEOUS I 1QUOK UCKNSB by 30th Junr. V B Taylor Lid Coleridge LnrM JiaJ 4100. M.4.S0—2:. I'lJIMh Al. D'ARCY A SCOTT. i> Inatructlona from the Commiftaton-i f Police I will Mil uu MONDAY X Hay at Central Station beglntiLng a* B:— One ilt ladleaf Mieaol. one 111 brown leaUtvr rute*. i,aln :urd key attached, one' 'mme, on* ill fruit tJereel o.d manv uthei Item, .if Intern! D'AKCY A. SCOTT, Oov. Auctioned? .'1 4 —;,',, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  Thuredaj 4lh M.iy > %  Mm John Dreytoii the | im.Iilllirlil. %  'CanafleW HOUM ''t Thomai • • Ul Dining Tables, lb ntmie llrpple%  Hall Table iBraM Claw rertl. Liquor Caaca. Card Tablea all In old • .ichea ft Chain., Ruga, Car... French MiWall Candle I hipandale Deak and Chair, : aether Seat chair*. n and Rooka, Old China. Staef: plate. Salver and OLaaa, Set of TSSea Hil Gluu. 51 placet, Venetian Brandy Set. Barrel Shadea, Brandy Glaiac*. Crow.i Derby Coffee Cupa and I i' Waiter Cruet. Coifee %  aatj Pitted CandaUbrae. .. %  Coffee Ser%  Iron SulM V' Verandah Fu:> Painting, naioinclro. SLiira Carpel. Tall 4 pot M ....I. Mtnaie Wood and Iron Bedaieada. %  : . P re—.. French Preaa. Chli "he l-lhUe I Owing credit to my wife LNEZ. STHAK 1 I "• %  v Deckle*,! of Harmony Hall. Kir! •'f'-l Qep. St. MletuM-1. Barbados m I 3 not hold myself raaponalble for her or ftnyone elae contracting any debt %  li-bu in my name UJIIOM ba am r ".i bp IT..' UOtnCL A. STRAKEP o/o i Oossofto. N.W.: %  4 -i I" ii III ir Sulcfti-Coafd c. n Mil o„. %  - or ST. PETS. %  Sklai 1 Xb ** '-* OuardUn. t *<"-ahouaa a hilly quallAad Nun. ^JJ*" taaung charge of Mid -Ifety J*2 • %  "• per month CWftcate and at hu tealdenca "BoervlU*.' % %  on or before AprU 3Sth ua to r-*?*?J? C B CORBW. L *rk, POM L* W Quardling. "OTICE OF TRADE MARK a g*YD,,,: C a ."' ,A JUITa> ,. •naft* „r^" u Yorkihlre. Rngland ag rtT^J!llhWOj*A word tradTaT V'W" of Pace Cream. laetltS SaM. *_"^*"tlena,'. that th* trade 4^> -all. ingn-— ,, Waaae. ? %  !"** P^sk-Sca co.iUlnlru; lanJ^ .J h " • trade mark la regi. •Hi* I J*,"T o Trade JSt. e^-- *lUln under No. JSSCM |n tg^L,** 1 4 >"h M*> IS30 h && r *££:' "^ m rt ^TrU?* 1 -*'tiaaisrt '"WTDAit 5oS3c?t UMTTBD i, BeouUful Tell Buys. Linen. Pats (v.:* <-„u!,4 btaraWT r. E ate %  . Garden Chain ft Benpea] ft spot Ust %  Plant.. Cbrvalcr Windaor Sedan Car IS4S WetUnghouae Ratb-lSerator. Kelvlnalor Deep frecte n Monday I at a.'a> from II N a m. to 3 o'clock The < >ld Tuesday 2nd at 3 o'clock The i'. Imp Flteie ill id HefriK-i.-i: I u'.di*aday 3rd. Bale 11.30 o'clock Ternia Mrlctly caah. IIKWKKK, TKOTMAN & COAucUeBeers REAL ESTATE WE will aet p for Mia at public cmpeutlon at our Oflke No. IT. Hl*h Street. Bridsatown. on Prlday the 3Sth d-y of April ISM at 3 p m A Dwelling houae ilormeriy tna Maneser'a Houae of Ooodland r.anU tiorn In the Pariah **f Balm Mleh..*' with the land on which It Stand* con. taming by admeasurement I Atre 2 Reeah f, Perche. >r ih.i..u.u'lnapactlon any day between it am and It o'clock noon. For further pejUculan and Conditlena o( Isle, apply to the uhderaianed: csym*. CATTORD. ft co 18 4 V REAL ESTATE •ALCOTT" ottuau -1 the Stream Road, Christ Church, t,landing on tT.Urt sqiuuw Feet of land, with right of way lo Worthing Beech. The house contains irallery, dmwwiK t.d dining rocm. three bedroom. iweitny, kitchen and usual oul-offtcet. QayagM god aervanta' rooms In Utt rard TnspaoUon on application to the tenant Mrs. Watklna every d... .tundayai between ihe hours of 3 and fi p.m. The above will be sal up for at DOLLAR TRICKS LONDON will soon resort to "tricks" in the drive to earn more adlockcd books, conujdnlng UM Bi-old will be ilown to Chlcal>ened for Amerirm i ,if the International Brotherhood of MagiThe booh f work ff Will Goldston, who founded the British Magician s Club with Houdini in 1913 and died in 1948. In Folks*! Goldston left the books in the keeping of 56-year-old Tom llai: f, one i.f :he six British lug the confertba books go to the British Musi'um. \i i-iirilini! in Harris only 4 "handful" til nuialciitua has seen inside the hooks. "There buit a trick uhleh is not In thrm." in-.ml. "Some are 1 %  .in %  ,><-. ,,|,| igtolang escorting The books Etva UIMOIIS of the in two. In BOOM two used, am 1 if a box. go that the %  %  The milk chum escape Is also :. Il' Ul wearing only a bathing dress, %  n his mouth karya wbicfa % %  %  churn. Ing hird 1 %  %  %  forming BJ %  out injury to UM Il %  %  I s B III I ai lisle HJIV IN PORT: Sen Ale\aiidnr-i II Yacht I s Seabrterc B BtSl Adnllna. Sch Everdene. -h Bmenuel Gordon. Ba* %  >od. sch Prmcea* Louisa. Stti. Hary E Ci N.wleen. S, r n# . Henry D. Wallece. Sch fluted Pilgrim B n GlorLi Henrietta. S S Canadian Cruuer, S.S OA*en Ann. S S Johtlla .^ndrlna R Srri. Freedom Faaery. \KRIVALN %  imrui, St tons net, %  %  >..mern !>). u tons net, Capt Ik.* Ml. f-om Greneda Mermaid C. M tons net. Cspt Joseph, from Dominica nsrARTvass Maiva Henrtetu. 43 ions rift. Capt Selbv. for Si o*ftoonoT LtsrUIe M Smith. 14 tunpet. Cent Baaly. for British Guiana In Touch With BarLvidoa' Coastal Station Cable and Wireless iWe.t Indies! Ltd lavua* that they ran now communkate v-IU, the following .hip. through Oieli asaojasisBi oaaai aasuooi s S Afgasuaaan. S S Brltuuiv, S S. I'iiusr. Cavalier. S S Vigg..I Ttsta, S S rkfreaena. S S. I_dv Nelson. SB Beaumont. S S. Goaccarne. AS. Eeso Raleigh s I gtg, Atuel. Sal Bio Aram, S S Brailll, P.B Argentina, S.S Gall la. S S. Los AngekM. S S Alcoa Runnci denviea. U.V. Cavnadian C I Vuiiseaota. S.S. Oeirul' S S Argentina. S.S. Sai.da:first. SB. Crarlstien Holm. BL1 BBN f S UaniaJJrayo. S.S. Mrn\arkeni S. Golat.i S N It F i -. B Det Casnpo. .s -. S.S. Golnes H %  I s AUbnma. I l M.-UUl. S.S. BU I ivertrjak. S S. Akepo*. S.S. CAanestore. t 8. Barbies. 9.8 Imperial Quebec I S l-ke Canlm, S.S. Republic a De Ecuador, s I I t-hll'iwark. S S UN %  I I Vlilird* k. t.ovr.iii.vm;vr \IH is ATTENTION is drewn lo the Dttence (Control of Druj audg nd ProprtMar) Mcdlcint Prices) Order, 150. No. 2 which will be published in the Official Guette of Thursday 27th AprU, 1S0 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Humphrey's Specifics". "Humphrey's Witch Haael Liquid ", "Humphrey's Witch Hazel Ointment" and "Deltol" arc as follows:— Unit i.f Sale ttmstsi Retail Price Humphrey's Specifics Witch Haiel Uquid.. bottle .. Small slied Medium .. Large Small s./.-.i Medium „ 4-ol. bottle 8-oz. ie-oi. „ per oz. bot. pot .60 .58 9 41.20 .32 .07 11..16 .01 2th April. U50. 27..SO-.—2n. xXfiLL^iix M >:l\ *l l., i, W I A.I.. From TRINIDAD — Wallece Prewon Ixhn Lehrte. Shrl Panrtm I Ismail.. Ismail I'jlel. >Un.v. PateL Gertrude Snowalter. Jut -i:-r. Qrther Hosel" biih'k. John Jayna. From I at OCAIRA-Jolm I .l.met Cmmniuiel. Walter Weenc Ntartlna Weenac. Robert Werner From ANTIGUA—Eii/abeUi Parklit<• llobtiison. lr.e.1 ST KITTS—Dorr%  .crock Iron. ST. LUCIA—Elan. lit PARTI MC-n, III \ I For TRINIDAD •' midduck. NUranrrt KuddorH 1 Gerard Alexis. Joa Aleuts, Stanlo* Troi on, ilnrrv Ikivle*. R*cl ilcorge I-' laon. Faiirone Mn—on. Jgaai s-arl Hummrll. Ralph t liobert Jai % %  • %  •• Cadoaan ioinra.ee. Beniln Goncaler. \ inn. MarB I .'*Wi Sober.. Bt I %  i . t^eortre Jackman. Cleo Vrlhui. Erno Artlnii. Cha**l ArUiu-. Alston Arthur. retrtch sWaSS. lateila, Uollllal. Dais* 1-vi.i M.illnrt ;<.l'A—Sidney Core veil. Judllh %  I KUlge %  DKPARTMKNT OF EDUCATION St. (ieoTRe s (iirls' School — St. George APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of SL George's t.irls' School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching expertriK-i.' The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School. Candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All applications must ba in the hands of the Director of Education by 6th May, 1950. 24th April. 1950 27.4.50.—2n. SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships %  M ,|||l. .1 M, CAM > iiALUOMGCK LADY KODNTCV .. CAM t'tti'iKiat '-AD1 \FX*JON OOfaVf IADY NBSON 'AUY IvODtfEY NORTBBOtNU IADY NELSON IADY KODNXY i \B\ VFU-aoN IADY RODNEY 'Ai>Y NEIJsON IADY BODNBY sail* HeaUeal 3Sth Apr. 131h May IWh Maty -Hat lb* Arrtrsa Bee. Ml Maa ri, .' gag -?ih June 21th Julv mtli Aug). IWh Sap. .. change without nolle* I'aasenser Fsres and 'lelglit The M V "IWiwood" will • -iso MsS I*.*.-,., SI Lueafe, si Vinrn.i. Grenada, Aruba. dale of sailtng wlU be given. <'.eibbee" wUl aocepl Cargo and Pia—n g srs, for Antigua. Montsenat, B1 K,M.-:,H., AMe p| Haling will be given. RAVI. Schooner Owncra' Assoelaison (Uc.) Tel. 4047. Poland QuiisI'.A.o. %  cultural Organl I %  acting Hiil. Poland eritbdnw last month from the World Bank and Mom-lai' Fun tad Nations %  omplainhig under American do % %  ve for a roar Hangar* n K'l —Keuter. M1SR" PILGRIMS TRAVEL BY AIR TO HAIFA HAIr'A. Apnl 27. Archbishop Juan Manuel Gonzales of Colombia, headed a group ol pUgrinu who an Itra %  bToly Yeni %  rid Clt" of Jerusalem this evening. Kruter. PliOPXHTY In cross road at Sraooner* | Hill consisting of double iu.ii.-d shad and klktien together with Price taODO 00 Tbsi %  >•>. %  he purchased on terms. lUlf smount must be paid when puicharlng %  'ir further pertlrulars apply to li'An* A Scott. Magaimc I... dial 3143. 27 SoreMoulh Loose Bloody Teeth BBBfl HAVXST* Brkghbii aaaall al any timo or hone Owner al 3IBB M 4 M> Jn HWFJJ.ING HOUSC A rPJWISES. Containing a| : *.33 square fast. No. 80 Bocuuo Street. A substentlally rracl^l liuktlng In good eondltlon romprten nOWNSTAIRB. Soeelo.ii elore ar %  ore ro<.m*. entrance lo garBge. FronlWaahlng tanks, and many Other faclUUes. i one rated thrmighovit I'PSTAIRB 4 iwdrooms. large drawing and dining room*, toilet and bath room Front verandah. Electric light, poner and water are installed Ihroughoul. InapecUca, >* a ^ peae Urier i t Phone SBtf Tn* above will be Bet up to public r..mpelillon at the ohVe of iigncd on Pndey the Mb I 1 p m. For further particular* and -iJiUons of sale apply to James l'i. Mi ons of tale apply to HLTCI1USBON Ir B. IXIGHTONSltue-e In P-*esg* Road. SI. Mtetaoel. stardlnfl on BJI" •Q.iare feet of lend The house fat bull! of stun* d.' on Mns gallery, drawing, dining, sitting -nd breakfast rooms. Pantry, kitchen. V C and balk dowrarlalre. 4 bed-oonvs il with runnlJel waterl iipstalrs Inspection my/ day 'eecept Sunday*' i.tween IB a.av and S p re. The above will be set up %  •<• |* l-etltlor st our Oftr* In lieae Street. Bndgetewn on Friday the Sth May 1MB at S f.m. CAABTNOTON SEAI.Y SoliS* MI3n We will aet up for seU it P %  *etlbon al our OfPce No I Bridgetown, on Friday the MKh day of April ISM el 1 M P m All that three-.toriad messuage or dwelling house known s* The BncV House and the land thereto belonging finlalnlng by admeesurrment SiBM |U sv feat or theree b ou'.s sltuaM at Spry SI Bridgetown. Inspection any dayi rcepl Sunoay* on application on the premises For further particular • and Condi lions of Sale, apply to ihe COTTLB. CATFORD. S. CO n.strut ttl ..ater AJJ <• s Garage, fruit Pnor. ,1-WJ lawns. ArBblt : haaasa that w|l Inter i a use your teeth to fall out ami cause Ith.umnllam ami Amesan stopg gun. bleeding Ihe Hrat day. ends eore mouih Ud ,|,iT. kly tlghlens th %  l.iil guarantee. Amosan %  •luat nuik. your iimuth well and aas i-ark on return of empty lal Amoiinlini'i Amosan r.r Pr orrke. Trexck M..uk THEY'RE HERE! Even if you have big oven They're useful when you dont .i.i up .. l.i oven Just for thai Individual Olah. The Price M SS. See Ihem al >,Msr Oea ShowUNIVERSITY COIXBOB :>i THE UI.M INDIKS l Mia Mural Ilrpartmcnl itor Addret* and OfflCa A ill in ful USD. Sails fcaUs Arrlvea MalHas Rswaa B'Sea 38th Apr. lOtb He 15th May ITth May Mth Mkw *d Maty 3nd June Jru June uu, Jena urn June am July SUl July 14th July Mth July 31th Juty sth Aug. 38th Aug SSUlAug. 'ith Aug. %  alia M.I... trnree Me. Beslea Haiaas %  th May ITth May lath Mny loth June Huh June 3Ut June %  th July 10th July awi i July 7th Aug. Sth Am: th Aug. 3tth Aug. 31st Aug. flat Bap. 30th Sep. i Oct. %  g* v.., 37th Maa* BMI fgani I Sth June ISth July Bi .tags Xth Sep. arrive* Manirtal nnd May Stth June :.Hh July .-•Ui Allf. .Trd >ejp. MB 0M Sited wuh cold iiorage enawGARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Ag,nt. MAIL NOTICES Malls fur Domauc* by the Sch. Mary E. Caroline wUl be closed .'t the General Post Office ... under:— I*roel Maul. Real-tared Maw and oreanery Mail at It.IB a.m. on Salurdaa/. Iftk. AprU 1BBB. Mails for TrlaMed by the S.S OoUho will be closed al Uu (rcoerai Poet Ofnce ae undar:— iXrcel MaU, iteu*ei*l Mall .•nd ca-dlnary Mali al 10.IB a.m. on Saturday, anh AprU 180B. I IE. I.LE.. Ul t\S\M AM ||| |; FRENCH LINE tai ai e i lu rnmdad .soilinoi lo J-lyuioWh May 11th l50 May 24th 1S50 May 31st 1050 Jiini2Hlh 1950 July 5lh 1050 1H50 Auiual 9th 1950 itii.l elaaa pn^soges are available at $210.00. %  ii ?"*" !" "*' n I" ,nl,a ,or I" return panaiea from furtho particulars apply lo: — IL M. JONES 8t CO.. LTD.-Agents. 'i i ro; WOBBOB n rue iiiiiend you to purehaie one ol our WIRE MESH MEAT COVERS niK rtvriiAi • MPOHII M Hruad Street. RALPH A. BEARD reOOMS. I LARD WOOD ALLEY ,-,"""7. ,or J lh tou w,, MI saoond hand Ilergetns :— %  O t Aiiarkei rridge It Yean Guarantee, < i '. K Anverlren IVidg.%  !', Yassr. Guaranteei Marquet Amarluan Deep Freezer <3 Years UuenuUMI %  • Cream Deep Freezer 13 Years Oufaiantoei t-imdy Floes Maohlne. Canteen tat CUUery, 1 piecee, Silver led rkerrwtt. U H A. lUeiUi.Adding Machine a Year oldj 8 Valve O B C. Itasllngraiiune, fltaWeSt Warner it Valve iconsole rnodeli Valve Twin Speaks* Hedlo IMnlng C-halra iMaraaaxanyi M-lioaYany rafsc|ry leMe TH x SU.fl. rtouiMl pme Tsblas tcheapi Karosane double Burner single stoves Nun*eroue %  snail MeaMaBBssf/ turln Anbauee. open sMly B a.m. to ll. IOII s\i> •MAHISTOW Unfuniislifd ^ l.'HW. Fuilv IIMU.II.II ^ 1.500 I on Maxwell Coast, havir g Its own rYivate Hr.. laOUIigi aRtaa. On %  flsl Bgejgi I. Pin* %  4663 01 8402 ma, Lai,:e Uao hav'ng ,de Two car Garage, Th: | Stamp duties, -6 p.m. ADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY C0IIPORATI0N LTD. CBOHN? CROWN? CBOWNf ttiWN? CROWN? CROWN WHAT? CROWN GINGERALE



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F r i d April 28 1950. Barbate flftufleate^ Hrire: ^FIVE CBS E.VTS Vfar 53. USTRALIA CRACKS DOWN ON COMMUNISM Party To Be Outlawed DOCKERS GO TO COMMONS „ . „ LONDON. April 27 T HE London Dock Labour Board to-night uurned 14.422 unofficial strikers that unless Ihri relnrn io work on Xoidav. tkey will be dismissed from working at ihe docks ft* Board's decision, taken al a men inn ihis afternoon, was mdcrslood Io have Ihe Labour Internment's ppi % %  .. MMawhUa It* i •lay old unofficial ; Edinburgh Welcomes W.I. Team LONDON. April 27. [he Duke of Edinburgh, PresiH of the U.C.C.. who is in Malla MBI the following message Io Goddard. West Indies CricKet -1 lvtuld like to welrome •u ind your team Io thh inirr. I "tab >ou all *ur_i aid coed rrirkel durhu tm*t •eason. 1 avnesssfe was read at a dinjiven at the Press Club. Lonlo-night D >" fn ** Cricket i Club to ihe tourists. Marshall, the young Barbatsman, was not nt ihe ien taken to il as a measles contact, thared a room with Ken trail, ihe Trinidad player, who Bly recovered from his illness —Reuter. Stable Boy his $12,480 ugdl Ticket On Birthday %  Ma Oit Own (•ii> e iid*iii) PORT-of-SPAIN. April 27 ndolph Farrell. a stable boy Sat: Fernando r of Trinidad, 40 Ch>, li the luck' Ant prlae won ;it Union at the Caster n i, ft drew LB274. drew "Bright wtirch entitles him io mlL who bought ihe ticket •arty-sixth birthday, lolri p-aty: I h,ye been going H ^a boy. and :il last I have got WuOf big out of il. I an about It" He docs not phin mbration. (By Cable).— oullK-rnUnd the les from I Jem strike wen1 %  • %  1.300 airmen an joined ihe 3.500 ibte carThe unofficial Port Worker*" Committee representing deputation to ihe House <>f Commons today to "acquaint member* with the rull %  • With the delegation three men whose expulsion from the Transport Workers Union for their part in Inst romri the strike Tho -ink. ra u no return to work until the Union agrees to o balloj %  lined men" The Ah Mlfl itr; which will .send 1.000 more men into the port airmen yrorkinn there by nest %  ith motor to for the —Reuter L eopold Dec is ion Due Today .pril 21 Belgium % % %  %  i, Accuse France Of \ iolating (Constitution PARia \.. N ted by u.c %  Q killed and %  %  i.is Duclos Chal Group. : %  %  %  nd Alain I The Breal Court, aflat ehara%  %  • %  ** loam %  . %  i %  HiWt bu.i. %  — Kl-ulrt ipulai International cricket QuarleaTILL MAY 12 im oit o.. < %  trtpaeii I-ONDON, April 27. | II U the dau '.-mt men_J n w eli Inlorn i M io-daj i. jMlcal level i-'wii-n tl;< Govern mo n I .nd the Indian Delegation, that is here to make representaeaownimii The Fowl Minent ComThe rtalegatlu •nghally expected io miwtfamantc but It ii U njW thai the Jamai will not nov ^Colonial Office W the date when questo-oay. —Bj Cable. About l.soo Liberal Party men bers will sembly. They whethei mier Detigi %  %  Zeeland as Prirt" ;i new Itton. Regeni Prti vaa due to confer with M. Van Zf day. but —Reuter Editor ExpeDed I'Yoiii (irnnaii\ Entered Without Permit I %  %  %  dttsen who pu Uan-languaga new papei tnaarfc in Tlmea In 0 %  %  1 %  latlng to %  I ;•, Jut* I %  nitted •'! %  In Januai not granted. —Reuler SpecialCashigs For A. Bombs To Penetrate Earth il 27 %  I %  %  h.specialised i %  'n> alom boml used agalnat particular or dlfflc %  lieved I). %  %  ,,v Louij : %  .nd "Atomir uejpoii. .ire longer -null number of hornl* a| %  siiuir M* IM ION la be aaai |atealaaieaJ|| an 4 •arefuih .H.KI rd Urrel Neilhei i. ]rtment %  statement, ,thought n World %  i %  %  r'>mh encased in a dee; %  mm irth ibock to %  halter unrhe Allies %  %  ay along the i thick layai lorced coi. Momic bomb might be thi —Reuter ugosiav—Soviet Relfltlons Are Getting Sharper Tito DenouiH-efl Soviet Propaganda HLLIJllAUt, rtpril -.. wal Tilo told a joinl session "1 both House >.l ihe ational Assembly in Belgracn it rela^'"n !•" %  Soviet Union and ihe •o-cdle pocracies were getting 'sharper.-' Among "i" countries had, the Mai was "thai the> ihey talked and wro'e about yeaterday Their propa< spects neither fact not logic It rapreients the U propaganda tneks dp rewlsTve slanders snd Intrigues." Refer riT against the Yugoslav %  %  HEINAM HAS MUNET CHI sis SAIOON. April 21 iPremler Nguj l5gM to-d.j |Vf* State. cr,.red Cov"££!' a new Cabinet. ^•ci"lly announced. Thi^ g" %  n.isled thai Americ;,,, Br2L"! ,, "* l } aid no" :d %  "Wet, authorities In IndolaSLi" ""'" %  "2J nnplalnlm nf a i,„ k %  h —Reuter rTAVaealne W* YOHK %  jmi-tu Is .'' '"• %  ** hovme ruberV'ornshilov in Budapest i I in the October Revolution but thU Voroshilnv becauat of his old age can no longer follow developments li other coun.i If he ceald he would naaJlM U.^i he is suptM'ii. absur.l ...iite ..nli iiolhlnn in iCiniuon with the rta %  % %  %  %  t.V. /Wv Chief May Kenign TBl U 2~. %  I %  %  %  %  ed Natioi I %  annexing I The Jet %  %  %  sus with I b. %  %  I "•he bet %  Renter Mrs. Sinatra Sues Frankie %  %  %  5750.000 %  MtlTAllS APPROVES ABDULLAH'S DECREE Recognises State of Israel LONDON. April 27. msetl Km* Abdullah's dcre tioubhr ordan %  .mnexins a irea o! Palestine held b> tl ith Israel. eon rj Britaii v< RnaLbbtawc io tne vfd de facto io full de jure approvaJ 1 i lafcuii these di %  i in it..rlouft n unporiant on the permanani frosUtti oi her Arab neighbom* until Ihej ieat it final i SpOAlA Window %  %  %  % %  W -% %  Path Moei mallhrl Will Tito Calls For Hotter Relations M ith Italy mutual attempU to improve %  %  negotla %  nd Yugu%  %  tonight. I % %  %  %  %  It ; %  !' % % %  ' %  %  to %  .1 i :!: %  I I I —Reuter SHIPS CAP! VlN Gurrtia uws 181 tNBUL April 27. irnl l'ei the OmservaLeetton Droaalai age, Mr Men/ie^ i I down hard On ever, kind of Comi ihe country. Lmblo to his Bil 1 nl ng t h i unprecede :he law, de%  %  disloyal element^ > ~ to prepare Indictment oi %  %  %  BC I %  %  %  %  I %  %  aid Funds /*rt>scrrod • ., %  %  heth.; %  miunisni 1 %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 On US REJECT LOAN TO SPAIN • loam. .ittea" let American Prasldent —Rrutrr i:\K mis HIGH Cl iSS CIGARETTE AT THIS EXCELLENT PRICE 10 FOR 16 CENTS.



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IKSt PACK mo BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL H Qahib CaUxnq Pressure Cooker Of 17th Century Leaving In June The pressure cooker, we ai* T HE REV j-nd Mr* Coldman Msure< j. 1S the newest invention will be leaving Codrlngton 0 iave thc houM.-v.ites time. In Collect' In June and returning to p 0 i n > of fact, the ladles of King home in *"nland "St Cri ari which wai c successfully ^-nuld probably not h*\> Mr* Cold(u pjt,ie of boiling an e*f. swan song at Codn.-gton. ^\ ; ,uout pressure cookers, alallhough It Is unlikely to be her though in those days these were %  -luction She has been incalled ".lines tors". They were tcrected in amateur theatrical* all rr.cnuoned m Ju 1 while in India she Diary for April 12 1682. when [ produced for the Madras Dramatir he Mid Bale afternoon | Society. Her production ot B verall of ye Royal Society i Joan", in which Mr Coldman rhtch waa all England during S IR Douglai Returned from St. Lucia In Barbados from December a* iVI much with %  Ml HS I) How.irth and I i .ir-old son. George. In Barbados about one %  0 from England and afUng one week here went ;rddad. They then returned to Barbados to Howarth, who woria %  who was here for two Barbados from I H 1M8 until the middle of January, 1949. to adVUte tin* Government of Barbados with rafjat economic aspect <>f thc Deep Water Harbour Scheme here. Is vice-chairman of tfaa Ixndon Authority and on Frld;.v 17th February this year, he made a speech about thc Porl of London at the London Rive' rfaiefa was held b) U I Press Club of London. rh like the modern nressure cooker, valve and all. This has covery of me in a village %  i was rummaging through his cellar, when he came across It and. puzz.ed by thfj construction of tfaa tne special valve, took II to They pronounced it to be i Of about 1700. k' holiday. He has since Tne Royal Society of which Mr to Venezuela. Ukd on B VI %  • course. Wednesday nigh! M !l famous scientific and their son left on their rttWI and presumably the 'ourney to England. They were honour <>f inventing the original Flaying at the Ocean View Hotel %  11 Nee and the unknou Paptn 1 i of i . .irrtcn 4tWt U ivi um no doubt Il |(| tacO to DU own paio f !" i fne tresUMt ot all cnannea. <*> ,ct] inaa*uraa Not *hi t*it}-'* oo leitM Ironi ilr Stalls Saucf part of the aft*r-uDD** isle. 14) is Sort or Pn " ut nca t '* ifl Even • %  iiellavb can aeoome pncrtui. II ; Just right, oo nare tisd tt. tor & Part of the matcn one ireaoa on. (91 23 Let for n time 5i it Leas tatrtaen <3i >4 vvhers sou nod s Ton trier, it* IK.WB i UUCP mUHided o tn. *ouno a' it. il i Hw to a friend:* w oi ouunw. Itf) 3. Part Of the ioot ;> vn M.P. sat to \inat ibis. (3) orapaoj. S) a rue* •HII an\: M puur tn rri'd u dUUncil?e mars, tn Now rou get • raccnt %  Iwratlon (0) la 4td u not Dtoa to tBcm. (41 14 "fH to unit mat MHt. M wtMO It's abou%  ?vr 21 UE Ull* i*Ji MTTleS. JiBllgO of i MHy %  mot* IBO • run toe* it ousli out oa srch oan rours > HO VII. Worlhings TO-DAV 5 M-I %  ^ MOM Prwtdiy nww* •IIIMMAMI MCHW Sum,. Cl. OABU FTTOKIN V, JOHOTON"'" !" HODIAK-BH-ii DONLEVY CWrl^ B1CKPOHD EWiai TO-DAY %M ** •• *"" CONTINUING CnlumtoU PIfftuwB Pt jOI.Sil\ SIV.S \GAIV U !-">• PA-B.">— HA1X Wini.m DDnMIST HO XV TO-DAY TO MON MOM Prnt AQI ATIC an CINEMA M,^, rONIUHT T" IX-E8DA1 Ml.Ml ,, '* t\ \BBOTT und LoU COS-EI : -BEEP E*l FLVlVi/ wild MARTHA RAYE , CAROL BRUCE A Univrrul l-lrhirr proudly PLAZA TODAY TO SI NDAY 5.00 AND S.U rn FaMtOBI ol Serial) THE CLUTCHING HAND A CRAIG KENNEDY rlIRII.I,KK hy Vrlhui R Fealurliu Jack Mlilhail as THE MASTER DETECTIVE ^ William Farnum — Marion Shelling and ttW Alia The Wrslrrn Thriller: ROD CAMERON — CATHY DOWNS „ -"PANHANDLE" Pru^ atioo gi_ M i oomtu Bnmiiu.ii.ri Hope* to Visit Switzerland M ISS Sheila Ward told Carl 1 ) shortry before she left BarO Wcinesday ni*[ht by th> %  ,:ne". that she hoped to 19 Pu' ^a. uuli*.n 1 DIOU. .houl.1 no lo I SS^fuim^iii i'*S?Tt —'Ti'f HIIDI 1 Mo19). •fr* For U.K. Holiday R Spent the Winter Vou'vr hriird HIM"1 the FIvinK % % %  !• % %  • ttmm you run <.•• %  %  li. in ill < <>' • %  • Action I'm-kiil Siii.il . EV. and Mrs Emest G were passenger: urunn oe Roberts ol ConU.S.A. relurneu Lives on lile ot Wight \1 ,,,t SwItncUnd and other part< by B W .,. A (or Tnnidad where 1,K ""'"if %  ."•"„:„. i" [Z '' %  m ill take the SS -Boskoon" hOI "" Mollda >' evening by the r..i..j ei... ,.-,n l„. ..,,.. for !" "" "" a "" ""P. ..[.„, Amhemf after SULIKUTUI the M Married Yeiterdn7 fSS Mm ::iu^habout five day! ago to make conlll pandini England She will about f.f Mrs. I. Quarlesof | K. •i. Bank Hall was marbl |_ lusday night by II.. ried ) %  • %  i-noon at St '• 1 by air cogn e' was Mrs. L. Atwell. who •' % %  : i; to live with her %  rrankui I % % %  ...>• in HarThe Bride who was glvi '• marriage bj bar brother Mr. Wedding Camer. r .lies: ai-. of W'. •• .VI Stl SffiKaL"! M" Helen Towr-end also ot the Methodist District e to iae Supennlendent, white the Rev spending the winter as a guest at tba llarmt Hotel. For an Indefinite Stay l.'-nefi • On Short Visit l .ulmistress >f Hitch School. H. McCullough will be lo charge of the James Street Church. MT dose frtt'nir A %  %  bioaaoms, and| Ann' %  Tini %  Miss T %  %  on AnUfoa r:i %  tn I i I S ti %  . i kfjar on the "Gascogn< Newsam arrive^ from B.G. on Tuesaay for an indefinite stay. Her daughter who rod from B-G. last week was at M ISS Joiin Smith, daughter of Senwcll to meet her. Mrs Newaan Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stnifi will be staying with Mr and Mrs. 4 Hindsbury Road i DMflabar ol the clerical where her daughter is already staff of the Development and gtajinf. She hopes to spend some was a pasn f ner holiday at Bathsheba. Monday and Turaday. %  MI and 8.30 p.m. 2nd Instalment .if Serial "(LITCHINO BAND ; AIM The Action Drama -Sl'SPENS E" with BELITA and Barry SULLIVAN Wednesday aad T W. 5.00 and t.U |J* Final Instalment ol %" 1 KII1NG ai • also : Western Atnsi "GUN T A Johnnj Nack R EMPIRE NOW SHOWING %  Mill. i Malcolm. They were all > %  %  colour. kfr. RotM %  fully era . heing I Two Week*' Holiday l %  For Jubilee Celebrations 11 mil.. m Antigua went lea I'. \\ I A kdjnfl the Ktmrth ConTuesday by B.W.I.A. will be staying with Mr. and Mr> M R. AND .V [home Hugh Howard at Gibbs' Beach of Trinidad who were spendst !V!n David is with Barclays air honeymoon in Barbados, B^nk in B.G. and he and his wife me on Sunday by hope to be here for about three I.WI A They were staying at w Mr jnd Mrs. Hugh Howard Btl Mr Hume bcesn B.G. and are hi the Trinidad Ouardi iday. 11(1 IltlOl yfSfr/r TIMES... -'" ": OF THE WORUTS GREATEST ENTERTAINER Associations In the Carlov BY THE WA\ Uy Beachcomber A II'Nl of a l/indoi. unpof stagi,. with dlrl end reeking of de< %  ^ fati caugl/ ii crimfrom in a 'i by %  p i u>l ni tin • % %  • lection untlnv 11,11 i. in full blast with /ii"i|Hi And at thai %  the Judgee' dall launched thc Hors>' %  : %  aTO into Rafl's and tuui abo il Mulh. nftoon MitUiktn lentils S OME of the bandniaalers were dressed to the oil From his— 1/fUM'l. / .llltlilltuilU' W .igh get i i (torn Bung-Ho, Languedoc horset r o ni Tirana, overripe Jlnkiis Crom A hltc liiganln i WlcUta, n.nf i*a-ti. ; : .ttvian sal-sify. Tin kish i oblong inanaa frocn Cm iiio.Ki-oi.ti. u, lueculant Nlaenao i i Kabul not nil w the result of tl i i table doca i earuu that this talnfji you Mxkt Tkaughl IP Don Quixote" can tui iK it mto a ballat roi it II vi NNIHHO what Peaci has dear old "War done to be left out Ladies Unclies Panlies fSS" l.iiilics" stixi'st from T*lf-t. OMVMH lta "l!s.foi-m BfciiMii %  M itt-. I from :i. 64 EVANS and WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET GLOBE THEATRE GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE IIIIIW MVUMI ,11(1 I'M AND TON1TL 8.30 llild II i Ilir Toait of New York) CALTNO KM i Jarnn < Kidia SUrl PROGRAMME • Bli Attal (II MHO II ll„. Ural Hun trom Honolulu I iJi OUDM JOS—ranaaaaafi piriurr Uanriai sur (S) BAKHMMI-.1111 ItWll—Who rxprcU CvmprlillK il Trinldi.il Hi ISI (61 /II, /II. IIWIIKModuli like llihlnliu lll\l> i.l I II \lUrluduo Khumb< Unhnlr; I l(l( UHO—tuba. Mil. o( Ihf Bonioa Drum. <7I CALTPMN Bnl lo he heard In Barbados Mil Ins 111 AK'ILl"IE—Aicl.lmed b> crlllea u Ibe be.l in Ihr He.1 1...1.. WU'll \ NtW Kil.M "PENN OF PENNSYLVANIA' I' I Mull* .'(*-: Ilouxr 40rBalron> oOc. Boxen 72e. Hi n HALE I'KIII Some Items you will need during the Crop Season. FRI., SAT., & SUN. at 4.45 & 8.15 m f^PK-II l^S -^v *D ,! ^5si %  DIJNATH • m at 2.30 & 8.30 & CONTINU2 HALF ''•nno.m ".v tlhitif 2— i 2" I M -I (OLLAKS • SHOVELS • (III V-l• BASS BROOMS • Jl'TE SEWING TWINE—1 air • STENCIL INK A BJHSHBS • T.LENBOIG" I IKK BKICKS • STEAM PITE FTTTINOS Hirv Your floors ilmi Urawful 11/tfH'ii tit H it-!! Select our beautiful patterns of CONGOLEUM 6 ft—3 ft and 27 wide BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. CONGOLEUM SQUAB 2v 3 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 4 yds THE CORNER ST(


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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Friday, April 28, 1950
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April 28
1950.
Barbate
flftufleate^
Hrire:
^FIVE CBS
E.VTS
Vfar 53.
USTRALIA CRACKS DOWN ON COMMUNISM
Party To Be Outlawed
DOCKERS GO
TO COMMONS
LONDON. April 27
THE London Dock Labour Board to-night uurned 14.422
unofficial strikers that unless Ihri relnrn io work on
Xoidav. tkey will be dismissed from working at ihe docks
ft* Board's decision, taken al a men inn ihis afternoon, was
mdcrslood Io have Ihe Labour Internment's ppi ...
. MMawhUa It* i
, lay old unofficial ;
Edinburgh
Welcomes
W.I. Team
LONDON. April 27.
[he Duke of Edinburgh, Presi-
H of the U.C.C.. who is in Malla
mbI the following message Io
Goddard. West Indies CricKet
-1 lvtuld like to welrome
u ind your team Io thh
inirr. I "tab >ou all *ur-
_i aid coed rrirkel durhu
* tm*t eason.1'
avnesssfe was read at a din-
jiven at the Press Club. Lon-
lo-night D>" fn** Cricket
i Club to ihe tourists.
Marshall, the young Bar-
batsman, was not nt ihe
ien taken to
il as a measles contact,
thared a room with Ken
trail, ihe Trinidad player, who
Bly recovered from his illness
Reuter.
Stable Boy
his $12,480
ugdl Ticket On Birthday
Ma Oit Own (ii>eiid*iii)
PORT-of-SPAIN. April 27
ndolph Farrell. a stable boy
Sat: Fernando
r of Trinidad, 40
Ch>, li the luck'
Ant prlae won ;it Union
at the Caster n i,
ft drew LB274. drew "Bright
wtirch entitles him io
mlL who bought ihe ticket
arty-sixth birthday, lolri
p-aty: I h,ye been going
H
^a boy. and :il last I have got
WuOf big out of il. I an
. about It" He docs not phin
mbration.
(By Cable).
oullK-rnUnd the
les from I Jem
strike wen- 1

1.300 airmen an
joined ihe 3.500
ibte car-
The unofficial Port Worker*"
Committee representing
deputation to ihe House <>f Com-
mons today to "acquaint member*
with the rull -
With the delegation
three men whose expulsion from
the Transport Workers Union for
their part in Inst romri
the strike Tho
-ink. ra u no return to work
until the Union agrees to o balloj

lined men"
The Ah Mlfl itr; which will
.send 1.000 more men into the port
airmen yrorkinn there by nest

ith motor
to for the
Reuter
L eopold Dec is ion
Due Today
.pril 21
Belgium
'
i,
Accuse France
Of \ iolating
(Constitution
PARia \..
N
ted by u.c

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killed and

i.is Duclos Chal
Group. :

nd Alain
I
The Breal Court, aflat ehara-

** loam

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HiWt bu.i.

Kl-ulrt

ipulai International cricket
Quarlea-
TILL MAY 12
im oit o.. < trtpaeii
I-ONDON, April 27.
| II U the dau '.-mt men-
_Jn weli Inlorn i
m io-daj i.
jMlcal level i-'wii-n tl;<
* Govern mo n I .nd the
Indian Delegation, that is
here to make representa-
eaownimii The Fowl Min-
ent Com-
The rtalegatlu .
nghally expected io m-
iwtfamantc but It ii Un-
jW thai the Jamai
will not nov
^Colonial Office
W the date when ques-
to-oay.
Bj Cable.
About l.soo Liberal Party men -
bers will
sembly. They
whethei
mier Detigi , Zeeland
as Prirt" ;i new
Itton. Re-
geni Prti vaa due to
confer with M. Van Zf
day. but
Reuter
Editor ExpeDed
I'Yoiii (irnnaii\
Entered Without Permit
I


dttsen who pu
Uan-languaga new papei tnaarfc in
Tlmea In 0

1
latlng to '
.
I ;, .
Jut* I

nitted '!

In Januai
not granted.
Reuler
SpecialCashigs
For A. Bombs
To Penetrate Earth
. il 27

I

h.specialised i
'n> alom boml
used agalnat particular or dlfflc

lieved I). ,,v Louij
:

.nd "Atomir uejpoii. .ire
longer -null number of hornl* a|
siiuir m* im ion la be aaai
|atealaaieaJ|| an 4 arefuih .h.ki
rd Urrel
Neilhei i. ]rtment

statement, ,- thought
n World

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r'>mh encased in a dee; -
mm
irth ibock to halter un-
rhe Allies
.

ay along the i
thick layai
lorced coi.
Momic bomb might be thi
Reuter
ugosiavSoviet Relfltlons
Are Getting Sharper
Tito DenouiH-efl Soviet Propaganda
HLLIJllAUt, rtpril -..
wal Tilo told a joinl session "1 both House >.l ihe
ational Assembly in Belgracn it rela-
^'"n !" Soviet Union and ihe o-cdle
pocracies were getting 'sharper.-'
Among "i"
countries had, the Mai
was "thai the>
ihey talked and wro'e about yea-
terday Their propa<
spects neither fact not logic It
rapreients the U
propaganda tneks dp '
rewlsTve slanders snd Intrigues."
Refer riT
against the Yugoslav '

HEINAM HAS
MUNET CHI sis
SAIOON. April 21
iPremler Nguj
l5gM to-d.j
|Vf* State. cr,.red Cov-
"!' a new Cabinet.
^ci"lly announced. Thi^
g" n.isled thai Americ;,,,
Br2L"!,,"*l'} aid no":d
"Wet, authorities In Indo-
laSLi" ""'"
"2J nnplalnlm nf a i,k
h
Reuter
rTAVaealne
W* YOHK
jmi-tu
Is .'' '"
** hovme ruber-
V'ornshilov in Budapest i
I
in the October Revolution but thU
.
Voroshilnv becauat of his old age
can no longer follow developments
li other coun.i
If he ceald he would naaJlM
U.^i he is suptM'ii.
absur.l ...iite ..nli iiolhlnn in
iCiniuon with the rta

'
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t.V. /Wv Chief
May Kenign
TBl U 2~.

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ed Natioi
I

annexing I
The Jet


sus with I b.

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"he bet -

Renter
Mrs. Sinatra
Sues Frankie

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5750.000

MtlTAllS APPROVES
ABDULLAH'S DECREE
Recognises State of Israel
LONDON. April 27.
msetl Km* Abdullah's dcre
tioubhr ordan . .mnexins a
irea o! Palestine held b> tl
ith Israel.
eon rj Britaii v< RnaLbbtawc io tne v State o\ Israel by raisins hei re from the
>fd de facto io full de jure approvaJ
1 i lafcuii these di
i in it..- rlouft
n unporiant
on the permanani frosUtti oi
her Arab neighbom*
until Ihej ieat it final i
SpOAlA Window
W -- Path
Moei mallhrl Will
Tito Calls For
Hotter Relations
M ith Italy
-
mutual attempU to improve

negotla -
nd Yugu-

tonight.
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Reuter
SHIPS CAP! VlN
Gurrtia uws
181 tNBUL April 27.
irnl l'e I
Might "re hero
lib) sen-
' negligent e in
."lowing the ships cargo

! their -elfle.-
i" lighting the
lataat possible mo-
I .
B
shook hands with the
till as free
Reuii
And Imi reeagjdUaai f Jordan'H
innexatlou of lUlrrn l'alelli
carried no deeMon ..IhiuI Ihe
liilare ol .Irruulem.

.. .
vtded in the Anglo-Jordan
. igaj
State Kenneth Youngai
House ol Common
up milltai
Ilelianrr

the Jordai
King Abdullah on Monday in de-

the Arab League.
Il naahes him one a| ihr ni.i
powerful per*M.*Mtirs m ih, mi
ale Mm. \
want no furthei u
COrd "de faeln
1
areas the.
final .

inter-nati i I i
aignb ovi
Youngei
municatad


also utorn i
II
had been oeoeulted i*i
tmumg ai
..
Foieigf.....
day, m hop -day's de-
risions wo
*n( I
Tele* ision
la Iks Begin


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CANBERRA, April 27.
AUSTRALIA'S Conservative Prime Minister,
Robert Menzies, to day opened his promised
offensive against Communism with a Bill to outlaw
and dispossess ihe Communist Party, and ban
known Communists from Government and key
Trade Union jobs To an excited and hushed Par
liament, he named 53 leading Communistsbe
tween them controlling most of Australia's kev
industrial unions who would be barred from their
posts under threat of five years in gaol.
Britain Sells
<: 1.700.000
In Shares

to-night

i 1,700.001
eontrali
Union Mm
i
: ill
-ply. the
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< Imrrhill Protedtfl
Frrighl Increase*
Thivr Will Die Tor
killing Sheep
igi




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:
auNier,
Russia Walks Out Again
FIND FLYING SUITS
OPENHAGI '.
from the ii
i

It.
PAKISTAN
FOUND
F.XPHT
DtAD
Scrap The L.N.O: Form New
One Without Communists
-SAYS HERBERT HOOVER
-Reiser. '
Of nev.

TWO To Die lor
KBpionage






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Police Hunt
lor I Head
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ilfllmanl <>i the Omserva-
Leetton Droaalai
age, Mr Men/ie^ i I
down hard On ever, kind of Com-
i ihe country.
Lmblo to his Bil1
nl ng t h i unprecede
' :he law, de-
disloyal element^
> ~ to prepare
Indictment oi


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Funds /*rt>scrrod
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US
REJECT LOAN
TO SPAIN

loam. .ittea"
let American Prasldent Rrutrr

i:\K mis
HIGH Cl iSS
CIGARETTE
AT THIS
EXCELLENT PRICE
10 FOR 16 CENTS.


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pack mo
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. APRIL H
Qahib CaUxnq
Pressure Cooker
Of 17th Century
Leaving In June
The pressure cooker, we ai*
THE REV j-nd Mr* Coldman Msure will be leaving Codrlngton ,0 iave thc houM.-v.ites time. In
Collect' In June and returning to p0in> of fact, the ladles of King
home in *"nland "St Criari
' which wai c successfully ^-nuld probably not h*\-
> Mr* Cold- (upjt,ie of boiling an e*f.
swan song at Codn.-gton. ^\ ;,uout pressure cookers, al-
allhough It Is unlikely to be her though in those days these were
-luction She has been in- called ".lines tors". They were
tcrected in amateur theatrical* all rr.cnuoned m Ju1
! while in India she Diary for April 12 1682. when [
produced for the Madras Dramatir he Mid Bale afternoon |
Society. Her production ot B verall of ye Royal Society i
Joan", in which Mr Coldman rhtch waa all played the part o." the Bishop of . flesh tn Monsieur1
convincingly, shows Pa pin's d) Restors, by which the
what hard work and imazinati'-n hardest bones of beefe
and mutton, were made as soft
ese without water or other
i to be hopen erlth less 'nan eight
a a made JP
fortl-
It i
mantle will fall on Mrs
V'aughan, who played the
lenrthy role of Joan in the pro-
ctlOD with nich feelini- Mm
Vaughan is the wife of !l
4 coales producing an
Utjr of gravy".
: .'"
lit of the question, the
0 much
liNY Vnughan. a tutor of the excitement actually look--
. and she is
interested In amati
also keenlv
Return* to Fnfland
M'
DURING her stay in Malta, where si.* husband.
Princesg Elizabeth inspected toe Royal Malta Artilh-rv Si;.
seen during that inspection, wearing a lemon green eOMnble,
with Oft) Lt. Col J Aix'ia. Mil at, and
Lt. Col E. Salomona, O BE, O, C 2 A A lUgUnanl
The Princess whose second baby Is exp< (
to return U> England during '
SIR Douglai Returned from St. Lucia
In Barbados from December a*
iVI
much with

Ml .
HS I) How.irth and I i
- .ir-old son. George.
In Barbados about one
0 from England and af-
Ung one week here went
;rddad. They then re-
turned to Barbados to
Howarth, who woria
who was here for two
Barbados from I H
1M8 until the middle of January,
1949. to adVUte tin* Government
of Barbados with rafjat
economic aspect <>f thc Deep
Water Harbour Scheme here. Is
vice-chairman of tfaa
Ixndon Authority and on Frl-
d;.v 17th February this year, he
made a speech about thc Porl
of London at the London Rive'
rfaiefa was held b) U I
Press Club of London.
rh like the modern nressure
cooker, valve and all. This has
covery of
me in a village

i was rummag-
ing through his cellar, when he
came across It and. puzz.ed by
thfj construction of tfaa
tne special valve, took II to
They pronounced it to
be i Of about 1700.
k' holiday. He has since Tne Royal Society of which Mr
to Venezuela. Ukd on B VI course.
Wednesday nigh! M !l famous scientific
and their son left on their rttWI and presumably the
'ourney to England. They were honour <>f inventing the original
Flaying at the Ocean View Hotel 11
Nee and the unknou
Paptn1
i of i
- .irrtcn 4tWt U
ivi um no doubt Il
|(| tacO to DU own paio f-
, i fne tresUMt ot all cnannea. <*>
,ct] inaa*uraa Not *hi
t*it}-'* oo leitM Ironi ilr Stal-
ls Saucf part of the aft*r-uDD**
isle. 14)
is Sort or Pn " ut nca t '*
ifl Even iiellavb can aeoome
pncrtui. ii
; Just right, oo
nare tisd tt. tor
& Part of the matcn one ireaoa on.
(91 23 Let for n time 5i
it Leas tatrtaen <3i _
>4 vvhers sou nod s Ton trier, it*
IK.WB
i UUCP mUHided o tn. *ouno a'
it. il
i Hw to a friend:* w oi ouunw.
Itf) 3. Part Of the ioot ;>
. vn M.P. sat to \inat ibis. (3)
orapaoj. S)
a rue* hii an\:
m puur tn
rri'd u dUUncil?e mars, tn
" Now rou get raccnt Iwratlon
(0)
la 4td u not Dtoa to tBcm. (41
14 "fH to unit mat MHt. li Qjly nother nam for TSlsnce
1" its out jf rsime situ l line u>
M wtMO It's abou-
?vr
21 UE Ull* i*Ji MTTleS.
JiBllgO of iMHy
mot* ibo
run toe* it ousli
out oa srch oan rours >
HOVII. Worlhings
TO-DAV 5 m-I ^
MOM Prwtdiy nww*
IIIMMAMI MCHW
Sum,. Cl. OABU
FTTOKIN V, JOHOTON"'"'
HODIAK-BH-ii DONLEVY
CWrl^ B1CKPOHD
EWiai
TO-DAY %M ** *""
CONTINUING
CnlumtoU PIfftuwB Pt .
jOI.Sil\ SIV.S \GAIV
U !-"> PA-B.">
HA1X Wini.m DDnMIST
HO XV
TO-DAY TO MON
MOM Prnt
aqi atic an CINEMA m,^,
rONIUHT T" IX-E8DA1 Ml.Ml ,, '* t\
\BBOTT und LoU COS-EI :
-BEEP E*l FLVlVi/
wild MARTHA RAYE , CAROL BRUCE
A Univrrul l-lrhirr
proudly
PLAZA
TODAY TO SI NDAY 5.00 AND S.U rn
FaMtOBI ol Serial)
the CLUTCHING HAND
A CRAIG KENNEDY rlIRII.I,KK hy Vrlhui R ,
Fealurliu '
Jack Mlilhail as THE MASTER DETECTIVE ^
William Farnum Marion Shelling and ttW
Alia The Wrslrrn Thriller:
ROD CAMERON CATHY DOWNS
-"PANHANDLE"
Pru^
atioo gi_
M i oomtu Bnmiiu.ii.ri
Hope* to Visit
Switzerland
MISS Sheila Ward told Carl1)
shortry before she left Bar-
O Wcinesday ni*[ht by th>
,:ne". that she hoped to
19 Pu' ^a. uu-
li*.n 1 DIOU.
.houl.1 no lo I SS^fuim^iii i'*S?Tt
'Ti'f Hiidi 1 Mo- 19).
fr*
For U.K. Holiday
R
Spent the Winter
Vou'vr hriird hIm"1
the FIvinK !
ttmm you run <.
li. in ill < <>'.....
Action I'm-kiil
Siii.il .
EV. and Mrs Emest G
were passenger:
urunn oe
Roberts ol Con-
U.S.A. relurneu
Lives on lile ot Wight
\1
,,,t SwItncUnd and other part< by B.W.,.A. (or Tnnidad where 1,K ""'"if ."":. i" [Z
' '' m ill take the SS -Boskoon" hOI",' "" Mollda>' evening by the
r..i..j ei... ,.-,n l. ..,,.. for " "" "" a"" ""P. ..[., Amhemf after sulikutui the
M
Married Yeiterdn7
fSS Mm ::iu^h- about five day! ago to make con-
lll
pandini
England She will
about f be aw.n
iths
To Settle in England
I igland
holiday.
on six months'
Fort Anihersf after spending U*
winter. She was staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.
nth ti | BAA ING Barbados
ti >.f Mrs. I. Quarles- of | K.
i. Bank Hall was mar- bl |_ lusday night by II..
ried ) i-noon at St ' 1 by air cogne' was Mrs. L. Atwell. who
'.: i; to live with her
rrankui
I ...> in Har-
The Bride who was glvi ' *
marriage bj bar brother Mr. Wedding
Camer. r .lies: ai-.
of W'. .VI
Stl SffiKaL"! M" Helen Towr-end also ot the
Methodist District
. e to iae Supennlendent, white the Rev
spending the winter as a guest at
tba llarmt Hotel.
For an Indefinite Stay
l.'-nefi
On Short Visit
l .ulmistress >f
. Hitch School.
H. McCullough will be lo charge
of the James Street Church.
MT

dose frtt'nir A

bioaaoms, and|
.
Ann'
Tini
Miss T




on AnUfoa r:i tn I i I S
ti .
i kfjar on the "Gascogn<
Newsam arrive^
_ from B.G. on Tuesaay for an
indefinite stay. Her daughter who
rod from B-G. last week was at
MISS Joiin Smith, daughter of Senwcll to meet her. Mrs Newaan
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stnifi will be staying with Mr and Mrs.
4 Hindsbury Road
i DMflabar ol the clerical where her daughter is already
staff of the Development and gtajinf. She hopes to spend some
was a pas- nf ner holiday at Bathsheba.
Monday and Turaday.
mi and 8.30 p.m.
2nd Instalment .if Serial
"(LITCHINO BAND
; AIM
The Action Drama
-Sl'SPENS E"
with BELITA and
Barry SULLIVAN
Wednesday aad tw.
5.00 and t.U |J*
Final Instalment ol %-
" 1 KII1NG ai
also :
Western Atnsi
"GUN T A
Johnnj Nack R
EMPIRE
NOW SHOWING


Mill.
i Malcolm. They were all >


colour. !
kfr. RotM

fully era
. heing I
Two Week*' Holiday
l

For Jubilee Celebrations

11 mil..
m Antigua went
lea

i tei i lllr j nu in.

King-
dom where -he m :
months' holiday.
Honeymoon Couple Leave
With Barclay* In B.G.
!i. and Mrs. David Howar-i
M
" H.Q. in London ''
C.
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Attended Civil Service
T.Ik.
of Jamal
returne I
i Monday b> I'. \\ I A
kdjnfl the Ktmrth Con-
Tuesday by B.W.I.A. will be
staying with Mr. and Mr>
MR. AND .V [home Hugh Howard at Gibbs' Beach
of Trinidad who were spend- st !V!n David is with Barclays
air honeymoon in Barbados, B^nk in B.G. and he and his wife
me on Sunday by hope to be here for about three
I.WI A They were staying at w
Mr jnd Mrs. Hugh Howard Btl
Mr Hume bcesn B.G. and are hi
the Trinidad Ouardi iday.
11(1 IltlOl

yfSfr/r TIMES... -'" ": OF THE WORUTS
GREATEST ENTERTAINER!
Associations In the Carlo-
v .
BY THE WA\ Uy Beachcomber
AII'Nl
. of a l/indoi.
unpof stagi,.
with dlrl end reeking of de< ^
fati
caugl/
ii crim-
from
in a 'i
by 'p- iu>l
ni tin ' lection
untlnv
11,11 i. in full blast
with /ii"i|Hi And at thai

the Judgee' dall launched thc
Hors>': aTO into Rafl's
and tuui abo il
Mulh. nftoon
MitUiktn lentils
SOME of the bandniaalers were
dressed to the oil
From
his
1/fUM'l. / .llltlilltuilU'
W.igh get
i
i
(torn Bung-Ho, Languedoc horse-
t r o ni
Tirana, overripe Jlnkiis Crom
a hltc liiganln i
WlcUta, n.nf i*a-ti.;
: .ttvian sal-sify.
Tin kish i oblong
inanaa frocn Cm
iiio.Ki-oi.ti.
u, lueculant Nlaenao
. i
i Kabul
not nil w the result of tl
i i table doc-
a i earuu that this
talnfji you
Mxkt Tkaughl
IP Don Quixote" can
tui iK it mto a ballat
roi it ii vi
NNIHHO
what
Peaci
has dear old "War
done to be left out
Ladies Unclies
Panlies fSS"
l.iiilics" stixi'st from T*lf-t.
OMVMH l- ta
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m itt-. I from :i.64
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Bli Attal
(II MHO II ll. Ural Hun trom Honolulu I
iJi OUDM JOSranaaaaafi piriurr Uanriai sur
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lll\l> i.l I II \- lUrluduo Khumb< Unhnlr;
I l(l( UHOtuba. Mil. o( Ihf Bonioa Drum.
<7I CALTPMN
Bnl lo he heard In Barbados
Mil Ins 111 AK'ILl"IEAicl.lmed b> crlllea u Ibe be.l
in Ihr He.1 1...1.. .
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2v3 yds x 3 yds
3 yds x 3 yds
3 yds x 4 yds
THE CORNER ST(


T
0fe Protests
Coming In
The Virgins
7?.*.riank. Commissioner
_Jft$h WrUn Islands hi
SST!5' movem.nl.
T", steadily if quie,-
rl)*V
J.PRIL
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
a-^'i'oVofinclualbn In
ja Federation and wil>
i ijemand tor annexe
*'
T, United States. They
i, no disloyalty to
_SU thiiit i. they
^Jtr of economic necct-
iiv in the British Virgin
PA1E TIIP.CF.
Catholicism jj MOaMMW GaOew
And Colour *wTb*ej
I JNUox. ,
An ..iholic rime v i l h
T^jed ,o what happen! on
SiriSnUl"- But last sum-
*^S, Si U S. decided to
-."ijorou-sl.v the immigra.
,. nearly W B"tish Vlr-
Usndm. ltv.mi illegally in
ffulands. had to leave
wturned to a homeland
SElabsorb them or tlnd
MMiBTllwnlmost of the
I economy rests on the
. from stamp salesand
"lacks all the modem
w-radio, cars, cinemas,
JWler and sanitary facili-
J be found on the U S.
[ Tricked
.British Virgin Islands Pro-
v* league, in the "annexa-
* up- calls Itself, claims
[^ committee appointed by
uoual Onlce to report on a
(SHu-lion has been
___pi- into believing they are
1llo>d reforms tor ;i new
svftereas they are to
H&nd to a Legislative Coun-
^%Meh there is some objec-
L are 6,000 inhabitants on
posh Virgin Isles and the
II widelv distributed among
bowing dawn, init the peo-
| Mt tay on the inlands if
n mow elsewhere Yet
people complain that the
g* re given to people who
udrN in other West Indian LONDON.
I and object to -he British The Colonial Office and the
Bent policy ' attempting Ministry of Pood are still
Virgin Islandersiin the without news as to when the West
and develop the land indies sugar delegation agreed
B U P ???_ _*l G.ren"da c"n be expected
Ltringj thru
|
impressive fact :
.
i rots :<> ordin-
al goodwill.-
Tho Cat .;i.h today
ne-flfth of the entire
Ihe I jthollfk I
'"" "*""" '"""' ihan io native'
***m>* itor, Mmck XMmn
r-rshep ihrrr i. ., Ket| Indsan
prteet. T
Mrters that the Faith

r con-
LQNDON
i Food. ;iftei
the

9.600.000 gallons for thr
Rannlnf Ma> |, 1950.
The target for the current sear
is 9 million gallons
Mm new goal u baaed n Um
overseas sales, three-o,.
tnoh m ii dollar
rhe Ministry | IM has
dviord the ..omit tut Ion thai.
provided export supphrs ..re
not endangered, il tn.-. no
objection to a correspond tin
inn-ease of releases by assort*,-
tlon memher. nn thr hi>me
market
It is pointed out by iht
I tnnrrm that these
?leases by nssociation members
khpFEETo, theirTOES!
,. -:,
thw
Sugar Talks GERMAN CLERGY
Split Rumour CONDEMN ANTI-SEMITISM
Questions In
Parliament

* i leiftv "
After referring to Iht unique ''"', IS "*** :"
racial lalion
Ne llsptae,
"' 'e large high-,,,
con. '.'
tnree prmclpl,
'cany for ihe o,| of
5?" ,J la S0O.0MI
M the
a
i 'iit\- of iht
i mm toil
t) Are the nafoniM '" ,H' ""am.
' i
1 their n-ay into
" I ll kl 0 1 oiiM.nirmv
iron-
I
''nil* nartni'r

'Sorry I can't sm youl"
Don't let this
happen to you
;*2Ki.ery-
Bfiaftlning Amolin. I
Dmn.ni6itci,umi burns
IHI THING TO USI Ik
U.NGUENTINt!
reiwhp to
nrerl P
i tpoi i

No boll<.a, fAoohifOi
to what tooining, oititoi
ITrKHWNnNt ..il at. (o,
aiuivi PAIN
liUHl INtlCIION
etOMO'l HIHNG
1
I
l.(>\
'Ii asked the !
lit State for the OolonK
Mervlmnl Shift
liiiihliiify Dm/is
[.I. Yaws Expert
]E. Indies Buttle
EASY FOR
TOURISTS
to reach London and there
growing belief among certain
circles in London that the re- ~
opening of the affair on the part
of the West Indies hsi been delln-
itely postponed. The West India
OBNSVA. Committee in lxindon stale that
jrUt Health Organuution Ihey nave no knowledge about
bound Ihut Prof Kenneth when the delegation is coming,
. of OMventty College, but in trade circles it is strongly
i will go to Indonesia on rumoured that there are distinct
""T" \PT'ln'"T difference, of opinion among the Un.
ir, &. s >""' 'h-r,v,r " "********-,
Children's Emer- 1v*'h*rJn* m. c. .Sh'*S MS arrival poCU
j to combat yaws, ue J"ffd or 1M rMt ,or ,h,> ""'* ,0 hMidle the record number .,f
rattly iiwrMsed there "' believe bis piiM have devel- American tourists axp*
since the Japanese "I***1 *"d aa a result, the delegu- visll Britain this summer.
lion cannot come with a united Special attention has been paid
"tsmnd "f Java alone, rcotrt." said one man to Southampton Docks, which
LONDON .
nmldm,.
i to-day.
BERLIN. April 27.
The All-German Evangelical Synod nwiiRht ended its ,
lour-day session in East Berlin with Ihe adoption of. a reso- House of Commons (on Apr.
lution condemning anti-Semitism The resolution appealed **3
to Christians Io "renounce all anti-Semitism and lirmly '"dustn in 'h<- r
resist it where it appears." Islands ,.x.
-------------------------_ It admitted that the church by penae was nnoi., "
passive tolerance shared the lation: and h a I
Kiiill of the (iermon people for the employment I- being .
mat rO!i InOlcted on Herman the ilihalsitaiit.
lews in the post. Mr r.a*
riic reao asatajsereil
lieve in the Ixrd and JassMl
Saviour, who wag Lorn I man of ago that the sail ,r.lo
ihe People Isn*< v pro- Turin ind Caicos island, should
Mew ,.,.,ii,.i. ,. i. *T"" (MS oul" ne"ef in the Church of be brought under public control
Neu imthods of luaj, j a ( ChllsllailSi rt>nw s,Iv;(. ,nrt .
ii lion Ii .lesus Christ." Jff'^jjj " Right
We believe (iod's prnmtse Hrwi Pi
to hla rhoaen people of Israel NeKoli.it
is still valid despite the .ruri- ''<
lixion of JesuN Christ tllrM*- bttl ,.,, **
our pa*- s,b*c ,r' '
\-iB>- ami tolerance lefore Ihe "*endalion mlghl
The I'M ,
in.) th*


: be well ad\ i i


% turned l
LONDON
ling. Custom
howet. r
rtbTlotal population c* r.no% pef cent, of'the Amen- '-frdof Mercy, shair the ginlt for
lassosaluffeV from vim 's n"'d thai Mr. R. L M. ran tourist traffic. "" "*" <<"** >> to the .lews
lte?2 BsftsSsA^ras .sSjh^jttz, ~^^ f ^S <
KL^ v^ssLTstt &&&*&$ 'SS^'Ew p
down the time it takes for tourists ,
BBji. i-M.1 trains Sir George Seel, new comptrol- ' 'Mve I", "ners at Southampton Judgment
Wri^Bslll...... back to ler of Colonial Defence and Wei- "niirnJT '_" .""^""i
ns for comparison fan, nf ihe West Indies, sails from
matoses from_ other Britain Thursday for Trinidad
We beg all Christians measure.
. renounce till anti-Semitism, ployment *
handling of wussenger,"willI e.m. nrmlJr ,0 !** ".""".ever it ap- Mr. Rnaaell: Will
to take up his
tl'.P.
The biggest speedup
n"u'Ma *>" .itlT '"'", 'nde'xlVnd'lnWriOTlv^love let
ch Resolution
t U.S. Congress
A Sugar
Import Bun
when lie
ind- .mrreir ,l,-k- terminal it.
ompleted .( Southampton. It
religion
w.
vwVimI t - -.-TL_'L.T communities to protect all Jewish
r?ulv cemeteru> We t- U
The ne* l*rmi^l ,1, mna., ""^ ,nfll lh* ,d> wi dawn
be all Christian ling under putmc .-ontru! '"
communities to protect nil Jewish Mr ook ind
The new terminal will mean I
speedier and more comfortable
leception
Cigars
CARACAS. Venezuela.
W6H1NGTON. April 2. A Venezuelan Sugar Cane
ICBchoslovakio Embassy Growers' request that reflned pnn'! K'!*'
at t-day it had asked sugar imports be prohibited has _,'"" b"I .,
1 Depmrncnt lo transmit been accepted in principle, a mln- ?"" * olt the imers together
waiting lounges and more tele-
lionc kiosks.
First cabin and tourist classes'
.vhen we can celebrate the victory v
of Jesus Christ .okether with the J*' "
;.'iL!:<''r2!""7:LrT!':' " people'..f m.
Slate ho

Kcate.
are employed in the cigar
try of J,
BniHd Sutea Congress i istry of Agriculture spokesman ' p!?,Jhrouth Cu"""h a"d
Blntolulion psaaed'oy the announces''" immigration
p-BUament calling tor ,i Final acceptance depends on J*****" "!" * b^"**; off by
aw. peace pact. The Cane Growers agreement on live l?n.v.,>'r.b'l_1l "."> c .",>"
t laid the resolution was conditions set by the Government.
cms Hall, and then on to the
Mia tile resolution was conditions set bv the Government. .....' ,"\----- '^....." s' ""
These are being kept secret for the ""Ung trains on the ground floor
_ a a*. I^r%nli-J|L vnilVA'.ii Iv-ui r >. ai
Jon ufead the Hriti Ii moment.
A double railroad track under
Jam.iK
h. at present nn. :npi.
said "IJetailed ilRures
.ire not **MAbl i;:
the larger cigar fkketi
to have declined fi^mi :dv
in 194? to about 1,800 in 1049 It
Slkka ilSS^S-X^S. ^bly estimated tSai ,
i nn. e arrested six more Com- worker entuloved ttt 'he enai
'U.l0-ri,m.A"'rrl> '?- '"""> the whole
Police Arrest
Six More
ANTWERP. April 27
round
is&s ,== sapiSS gg^ss
_r..., dt.s.aned to stimulate ,aue now- *'". be_ aiding the regular staff **" "
Soviet Re/alions
designed to stimulate rane grow- .
LDf and sugar refining in the (,unnR ,nc *ona1 rush
country. B.U.P .
I Frsaa pate 1
I other co-opei.iti<>n cut
ibute to an easier solu-
m**A problems."
Wrnmcut also iinisaged
y of 'improvement"
Clergy Accused Of
Supporting Propaganda
BERLIN, Apnl 27.
"Hand Kissing'
Storm
Apr
The East German Chrisliai
Democrat Union to-day M i
the heads of the Evangelical and
I *ith Greece in view Catholic Churches In Ea*t Ger- LONDON.
1 developments there, many of supporting western pro- The time-honoured custom of
Hi that "to normalise paganda and bring, ng the clergy British Ministers 'kissing hands"
j the Yugoslav Oovarn- and the faithful under moral with the King "on nppointnui.r
Ittoui \0 appoint n new pressure. A lowf resolution pass- '>as been described by Prime *
lysce."' ,d bv the Political Committ.i- ,_JUao, he said, will the party was published in the with no signifteanea whatsoever
r V*"*"' to the countries party organ. The resolution war The Prime Minister was ques-
[ Rtbute remarkablv to an answer to letters read In tioned in the House of Commons
elatrbni in the Churches tlirniaS>iliit East Ge.-- by bir iierbcit Williams, one of
many on Sunday attacking ma- ,n* a-tnne Conservative ***>
-Reuter. tenaUsm. Renter.
Mr. Kisjaell: Is the Minister
port strike begun two days ago. aware that -his tteerease in m-
The Belgian Cnmmunict Par.y plovnwnt In the rigar md,i-:rv 15
Pipsr Drapeau" reported 10-day due lo the verv heavv 11 .
that one ol thus*' detained. Parln- levied in 'hi country on imported
ment Kembei V.m Den Branded Empire 1 igars Will he make
was hunger sinking .igainst h.= iepres-nt.r 1.-. .
'illegal iletention." hut prison f* 'he Raicnaquei
oiBcials would
Van Den Bran.i. There was nu npl\
mentary immunity has not
lifted.
Heater.
B.H. Position
Improves
L %ji
M
BD
mprovsd positioi.
Honduras 1
that Mr. John Smith,
un* who are always on the alert lh- man who led the flsJ
to see that the oid
ritual of British Royalty
maintained
.Mill
in.- man wno leu ine light ag..insl ,.- ,
devaluation of the B.H. doll.... ,.,,
HarduxMxl
\ Mr Jhn (.r.m-loii *. .
whai sieps the SecreUo
for the 1 'ak.ng is"
made and make known
'. 1 partku
I.iiiy housing, of the n.
hardwood likelv to U
from Brill.h Honduras md HiiliM
Guiana. Mr II.
Council

01 M.V73 '
nrevioua quarter, and *.
ifihesi figure recorded sinei


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gross 111, || |;,.lllrr.
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i.t .a. 1

NO CORRESPONDENTS
LEFT IN POLAND
1,,-I.Tl
ipondent 1

'
was the lai

i2-isfuii :
minute* of ;
(oush-caimirif
Vrcki
edicolien i
FREE YOURSELF
from the
BONDS OF
:0N$TIPATI0N
with
"MORSES
"%& PILLS
OaxUl*. *,(!,
%*...! TONIC I
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ifualtv HII01
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^^/V*fi*i BEWARE
COUGH
DROPS
1
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OF WORMS!
_
)"iiliu-S
Research laboratory was doinu
Need bottle-fed
babies be
cry'babies ?
' rrumly not! Baby't ry
usually means pain the pain ol mJigi Mi
o*'* milk by iiicll you sec. isspt toformaeloi in
tomach. Thai's why wise nurses and mothcri aJ^!
Robinsons palCnt Rartey. Thti tasnous cereal enabl.
bonle-tcd babies 10 digest their food as easily asltioahcr
** d prepares ilvir ilgsjih 11 negsM 10 aval *nli
or-iolrf foods iaiei ,-n. '1 ryR.^inaso's'Paieat' Hat.
BU ** how he thrivca.
ROBINSON'S
*" BARLEY
are was the 'eeonder to a resolution
alntalned passed unanimously by the Legta- rmJ,,,":n Ljiooratory was doang
Sir Herbert refened partlcu- Inn xpressing grate- Sl'^L "' '" brlnlnll ,hK"
larly to Dr. Edith Summerakill. lul tipureciatlon lo the Untlsh '*"*" "> no,lc al"d
Minlsler ol Natiojial Insurance. Government for helping British '' ''"l,vrv '" 'he Colonial Srere-
who had ttigned a statutory in-lru- Honduras' immediate need* and !fr>r ,r 'rim.ton -. eommen'
ment seven days before her giving the colony a 21.000 tons !?.?' ., !"r ,v*r * p"' ***" "'
acceptance ol ohice seven of> sugai quota. K '.'
before the "hand kissing" 11- The Governor, Mr Hona'd ocrted from .lollar roontnes when
questioned the legality ol th. .' Garvey. said that unemployment ..' "Z" *"" eminently
In unequivocal term* the old la ihe Cokoj was now reduced
Tory member was told Ihat In to 1 Mat I'h. t. haf been no un
bit
He also
........ .- n ^^ m ,- mrotioB MOtiier Meq
waa under a misapprelirrudQii. rest for more thi-n a month and ** " -l"f* "'" U,K ('YV' '
"The ceremony ..f kis>ing il is expected that the ban on -M *" r~" ** r"aaasital
into such problem
hands." said thi
il is expected that the ban
pubU- meetings may soon bt
B.U.P
Complain tski
LOMPOM
ha
"to which I I lined
the traditional manner in
* subject returns thanks 'or the
acknowledgments at His Ms
convenience for an honoo
favour conierred jpon him
It has no sifniitaarice in rasa- Writing letter
tlon to the acceptance of the mm- BAlMI bureaucracy
itenal ofnee in question tricks businesi
"cep'-'nee in fact took place? Union
r-r,.rv. ihe signature f the SUttt- An editorial m Prasds H m
risey Instrument refened to when rlit hv Moscov.' radio said th
he Minuter took an oatn m i-orrect and
\r: tsefore f.Mn,,n#1iIori nf complaints frw
1/srd President Herbert Mor- working people is tlv
U ^*haaal > our in .
r.hert William* was to- italiora." But the newspape
istent and ojuoted Lord Hals
now being
undertaken in neighbouring Vene-
ruela.
The Maroons
Mr. Tom Drtberg asked the
,, Secretary of State for the Colo-
ea he "''* "" "Tob'emt ' "" lr
.Lan cZ ^l prship and land ownership of the
ine savin Maroon, of Acrompong
'olonial Oftlee
wrote lo Mr Drlberg
'r 1* 1048, ha\-e now heer.
settled: and if he will make
k J' Right Hon
Friend (the Minister, is asking
the Ooveenor for a r**ort on the
Y.*f, ajnjaf EnrlMtd which -Some leastor. enlrurt the work L^^%^ n-vndh,nrt,,r.C3
rai>-* o, r^rng to Mam to ;uro,n- w^Th.^"^.-^ -
- that my Right Hon. Friend hasi
not received any further report
mce the letta, quite a long
itn Rlaekatoaw
tulional and common law
Attlee. a barrister, dumfounded |
he many la u the IKini under"
benches or the House by saying therefore not sui|
-I an aitaial I d* aatt knew o sometimes a letter fal
that to******. bM I h*e. e****M- hand, of ,h, vwy persons about a? .,2? im SlheJf tv-u^ii
}~~ - -vhlch, the c^npMn, .being ar^mhJ%*"BlJS.I7^S
tW Prime Minister resisted * '^L----------------------ZTlZ_ aarlr *Uant httjor.
murmured requeeas 'or the turn- eeremony of British life buried People and do his best '
ing of any authority higher than away with M less pie- ^^'te,~EJ2* *?'g.?eTl
Ixid Halibury and the incident tur-.jue fallariee. af Jlaair tradslasasai inaafwnd-
moretre-ur* -U** '"JJ,.0Mk: Y31_El,r.
lei
< L O II E
s......." |(i aoasoa i a us * eo,,,,,,,,!,,,. ,Uy
I'MMIM. llll rOSRS I.N M,,. nu. (UI.IIIKS .11 lill. K.MMIOW
WITH Will's S\\WMim ( KI.ISI. Ml SUM,
Sis c/l ZHappy Season with
3rankie
at your Jaoourite Cinema
BETTY (*VARRETT .ANN MILLER
Ca^iThelbwiV
^\JULESMUNSWN VEWEUEP'
m
1 m
'SrMUUS
' srsmat m,
aaeiirrub
a miss-
sfariaaalaV, 3rd and Thursday 4th May
Norntti
111 MtKR
and
- IN
Trrone
POWrH
MARIE ANTOINETTE
JEFFRHYS BRER VARIKTY SHOW
UN II i:SDAV, 2ND MAY


FRIDAY,
PACK rOl'R
BARBADOS
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
um s.

I I1I11W. AI'KII.
In formation
APRIL is nearly linished and the Carib-
bean Commission monthly information
bulletin for January 1950 arrived in this
vapor oflicc less than a week ago. It
is understood that the February number is
in the island but has not yet arrived in this
office.
The January issue has a new lookan
improvement on the oldbut its contents
are very dated. It begins with an account of
the Caribbean Commission's ninth meeting
which w.-is held last year from December
5 to 9.
The contents nf the bulletin are dated
throughout.
At a time when a dock strike has been
crippling Antigua for several days and
when Martinique has been posting letters
through military channels for weeks, when
the wish of the British Virgin Islands to
become American is again being exploited,
the Caribbean Commissior monthly bulle-
tin arrives at a Bridgetown newspaper
months late. The Caribbean
Commission has its hands full and its activ-
a.n. The Caribbeen Commis-
sion will say quite rightly tha^ their
information department is not a news
The information department of the
Caribbean Commission does fulfil the
functions for which it was designed. The
Commission at all of its meetings brings
prove that radpicntl ol the in-
formation they circulate throughout the
with the services they
But the suggestion is being made in these
colon listen ii
not ui (jately
.he area about con-
he time when the
An example of this criticism is the Canb-
nulletin for radio broadcasting.
. kly or bi-weekly or
fveii [short Caribbean news
mmission prepares
n advance of
ibaxgo them for use
Press unl thi broadcast la
King-
in the
tbdi o* ii
b.- spoon-fed. In-
' Preai
i [eh ought to

era world. But (all-
11 lately is
ubean Comi:
ln(-
:
; far in
sultan public
0 doubt
I
their way Inti
m individual
cample >' the

lad in the
Honduras. V>
thousand on the march
...i by an Individual i 1r
Uon oanse of the
ii might ha\.
lha true fact* to the Press
n | ii '.n.ii any |
be i .landing
nation m the area until tin'
lull) iiiioinied. That
by th Press. Other
IE BLACK-OUT
1950
SEA
BERLIN.
itfliaiu want b
in name for the
Baltic.
nit to call it
Sea" again, for I
ll Selkirk I';...I....

.Will nlong
the hundreds of mile), of Balllc
mined to make it ihtir east sea ^ HitlWi
n the East-West em B
So they hiive ring
curtain on this scene, b
activity goes on behind tl
tven more feverishly and secretly
than ever
That Is why trigger happ>
Soviet fighter pilots fired on the
Privateer, a US airrr.if
... Europe. N..
irmy air base* are scattered alcn^
the coast and inland.
Bta rpri.
CAPTAIN Bru
cenUy; We are in a position to
.. -- prevent any surprise attack by
n ... ._ _ii_____., .,.. He went on to describe a special
ITS nol an all-concrete altair, ,,. wcaoon which was
'.". Si.ion, and haTmines attached

nce last Saturday with ten men uul '" "'."^ "*!1 ^.i ",'." to it. He ssld that secret apparatus
;.^.i,!! 15l_?E5 l^ra.de- on the weapon raster*..any ap-
That. too. is why Sew
Ashlng-boatg entering the '-black-
out area" east of th>- Du
of Bomholm utually disappear. 10
te heard of no more.
In this manner the Russians
hope to make it clear that they
will not tolerate visitors nnj
near their East.rn Baltic. Wli.i at B
the Russians are doing along the working gain at full
shores of the former B i ii I
East Prussia. Poland, and tho
Soviet ron*. of Germany is for
speculation only, not conl
All arc forbidden areas. But
details do leak outsome from the
is crammed with rocket site radar am| d * for atIack
stations, modern U-DOtl
.
nave been p*'i I
. apt u red Cerm;.n
i \< i oemundr, where


i . , ,
iie.uii'. uui ""- T ------ mTalaTwW. Uemal in Ir-rimr I i*l\ WOU1Q line li fas*-"* >-
rmena Uvtag In fACTi rm<'_"-'- T RuB,on5 have tax.
Eastern Germany. Most of them u.mia. has becon J measures to ki
u.. iwrnumm and loathe the iiibmarine na.se In tl ,,..._ ..... .a.,.o the coast. The
hale Communism and loathe the submarine bas. ..(jr A a,ong coast. The
Russians even more So new >rman population in-.!
Russia's ,: ... 1lalt1r20ner.il* hew..-
:el rone or to the
<">< "''" ln.l e aal
Some of the rcpor-.- !> <-. |UXUrv hottta. once tilled
seriously I with holidaymakers, aie now bar-
PACT: The Russian* are tumins !!. "* rmrk, ,r ,he tens of thousands I
fortress on land Which the Russians state
the Baltic into
tho
HPECTLATION: M claim they could
industrial heart
CENTRE OF BALTIC MYSTERY MOVES t
T||E IKAI.M.M. TO BE KING |y
man. . ___ ;
nee Baudouin. of Belgium, pores :
. an irnporl-
,. Belgians-which may.
hi! lap. .
wnts calmi>
, lie-making shapes the i
d his father King Leopold
t the problem of returning (0
King announced that he is pre-
1 his royal powers temporarily
to his son ii the Belgian Parliament recall
him to the throne. This would open the door
ement among the nation's three major
Under the watchful eye of Belgian profe.i-
nee Baudouin studies English, Ftem-
,sh advanced mathematics, literature. Ms-
law and physics. Between private
he reads Belgian and foreign news-
papers, and occasionally takes a stroll about
The Prince became heir to the Belgian
it the age of three when his grand-
father King Albert plunged to his death from
a Swiss mountain cliff. And less than a
month before his tifth birthday, his mother,
the popular Queen Astrid. was killed while
motoring In Switzerland with the :
Belgians remember the young Prince as a
precocious serious lad in a formal white cos-
tume, occasionally appearing in public beside
his tall, soldierly father.
The German Army rolled over Belgium
when he was nine. He and the other child-
ren were tirst taken to France, then Portugal
and finally back to Belgium. In the castle of,
Ciergnon." in the Ardennes, where he was
led by German soldiers, he lost
himself in his ituo
In 1!I44 Prince Baudouin and his father,
were imprisoned In Germany. The following i
vear they were liberated by the American
Armv, and went to Switzerland, where he
completed his formal studies in a c;
plain, good-i ,
in Belgium for ter.
II refused to allow him to return
Until the "nival qie lied.
Consequen: Prince lias not assumed
... automatically'
conferred on royal princes at 18. and has not
vice.
Ills tutors arc trying to make up for two
early removal
from the Belgian people, and lack of. the tra-
ditional English schooling, such as at Eton,
where his father studied.
It is no accident that Russian alr-
sea manoeuvres are taking place
now around Bomholm. U
land of the Baltic. This tiny strate-
,, gic island controls the approaches
Vis to ,, of The sea from
' v uie West. ,. _
At the end of the war the Rus-
sians occupied Ihe island. Bui then
the Danish king, paying a modern
Danegeld. gve ihe i
forces 10,000 watches, and the
Russians went away. Now u
would like it back again
racks for the tens
German workers racing to com-
POTTERY
FROM i WORM
i
------AT------
I \\< V1TKR
PLANT POTS
From 3 to 12 inches
ORCHID POTS
WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO. LTD.
C. S. PITCHER & CO, uj
in.I 117; ,v Ills:
llll KttlTR.
The- Warnintf -
EACH man is screened DJ Rus-
sian secret police, an.l
Western agent'
em spy" or esaboteui"
out and dealt with as warning
to the others.
A few make a lire.,-
a corroboralcd picture i
naval and mUltai
,.;ainst the We.'
It is being done aln
.tin under
and the Panes.
Under the noses, too. ol mo
British in Lubeek, only
from a Russian naval ,
-1 I -
ALL'S FOBIVEN-BAB
thi: iimti.Ai.vs
II* CuTgn >lll"' l'liu""
Peace Irealy With .Japan
VI \l ,v HAM. HAM \ 111.11 II 1,1 ,v IONGUI
PAST1! Pern
-llll I- IIIAILKII HAM
1IM1KII I.I \t TEA lit PI,
St NCBEST I 1 M'DKAIi:!) MI1.K PrrTt
DANISH CHICKEN HKOI'll .. .
MAXWI HOI -l i HI I II. inn
M (Mi i ; i mil si i in in; n .
SOt TH AIIIK'AN BhANIlV Perls
i ooking in ttur inns
BICARBONATE SODA Pnl
.^ni'i.. ........U ^ servant--
.. .^- ______> . ..ehuieeandlcanevolyeapleas-
I -i III
ateMr i J 'k T,".
lb El
LONDON.
EXPERTS from the British Common-
wealth I will meet In London
Maj 'te their views regarding
,ouse in China and'ia p. A llll Japan.
nd a favour>ble| .pected to incorporate in their
-(, !.. Uriiis-h CiiMnmunl'i attitllllo.

.... Rood housekeeper for you'
Bui a big T"'lt h0UJ*
lUan. Englai i\ What
.
i c off and kick a
fllS' '
: -
kllage gw-
ml lk'':
. i
exploa-
. gui
:
'
, mfertevta
w the Major. ;
, ,he Doom
most as Tory as
... directed to the
' Tana.0,!,.,

WeU SU- Wwrrifd I
!,e,eh UU
ws*p po -i-uei slink,- i
patf i/vajis,.'io|i n---------i-
It she has does not ki
it is
,i ,.l the American Revolu-
tion And Emily lHi>e!l-dld she
bai k to the B
II and C.
draft Ittltwfc
Which has four cardinal fact-is ;
1 Opposition | ".ice treaty.
2 Appreciation ot the fact that the Ja-
:. >;rdered com-
mercial life with opportunities to trade with
other i
;t. a tbliihmwit ol
ich composi-
mld not be transferred into a
4, Siutaii prevent a rebirth

an -ind India
meeting alonK with Brn-
i- i Foreign
n Walker, Secre-
:.wealth Relations,
I g appointed
to dea' I subjects.
The eminent already h
the Japanese pMCe
lin*.^. (a) All t; which took part in

(b) The countries which suffered from
- tbUihed
. ific.
!tid Burma, for example, would
STM
I'OPUAR
.:: ST52? Si wen
With Japan
Ai law! a pi.v". i : On IlisO....
But It is deal that the Major is cle i.hnis ot Mirshill Aid '" viated Irom that attitude.
. the United
- v.,r. The lattii i .vould use the
i.sins to the limit inclination I
nee abusing the right lolin concert with the two other big powers. In
.,,! 1 wuuldlll
.Un.l
classify a Beguiar Arm)
I
tuUleoith
refusal to mend fuses
iSSLt...........
.i ikpnainAl wf
GM0lf Hittl
,tU't, shf
Hiitisii


:;,,;,:;e,;,, bS&sriav
plain speech o( one who has mar- a nieetini; of all interested powers. I
wanted to ned ".to the family. wouM nol be dominant
ZZt &? : course, that
ARROW SHIRTS
in White Only
SIZES 14 TO 17*
SECURE YOURS FROM
DA COSTA & Co,
Dry Goods Depoilment
v will boycott the meeting altogether.
Ol II HI AIM IIS lAYl
lloKls \re Pajing For The Has Bill Joke*
silt Sim

i
<;. >

i
,., ,*:. .' .Hist iroubic
. ice fixed
I bt iold, and a
"Bill i

. which ii- "ii'
rate' | | u mighl read fc
the ouUlde world UM l aar^
>4e! t,jt Bl W i'uv
from actual A|
lor this
. lag the (>a>l m'
the undentlgited Hoteb *WH
in the island could have actuaU)
, savmn on our ii.-
, loxmiatclj OM thoutand.
-loUars ($1,183.00) had the |
prewnted to the Hou*
passed The averafe IW
icing approx-
$400 per m
We hope thai I
I
t done aboui I
.
.
.. greater loss to us.
'
mager of
EUZABBTH L ARCHI
PAYLOR Manager of
W R- SA1
Has!
M.i--.
ajicr ..| Hotel
B M i

, \l H
a Ii KNIGHT Ma
a. C. HA
thit of i)alt
jj

law rUKi
been so - " up "n
lUvc that ii had been

I thought
For it seems to me
iUj iiu- bool
DOW takin.-t
tries of Europe.
raCal to point out
that I am int of the
thai I should l.
: iiiatto mont Ii
:nl. It seems to

.tastt aaMluBi to
ister can 0
.:
I
I
-

of authority to grant a writ
against a daei
Tribunal in 1M7. said
rr.ent ha* chit*,
tribunal.s
these cases to them I
appeal, assuming that I
no power
ililng thssB as) we ha\r
in regard I

Hartley (we are the masters
junior.
Ibilantl) "ArimuuMia-


I favour ./,
Apparently, if ai
i dUrereni
........ .
ad seen this i
ing and dl n struck
' of British leg.!
M the Lord Mayor of
>anquet in 1M6 he ha.
Lords, ladies and gen-
gltsh bar is thr
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APBIL 28. 1950
"THE BUSHE
EXPERIMENT"
A Lecture By J.W.B. Chenery
THAT the Bushe Experiment was capable of great
development in the direct.on of full ministerial responsi-
bility and cabinet system was told to a large audience bv
Mr Justice J. W. B. Chenery at the British Council. Wake-
field on Wednesday mght.
,*' l-Hi-ncry was lecturing on
Ministerial Responsibility and the
liushe Experiment" in Barbados
and among those present were.
Mr. G. H. Adams. M CI' Dr. H G
Cummins, M.C.P.. Mr. F. I. Wnl-
cott. M.C.P Mr M. K. Cos M C 1'
the (our members ot thi- b<
m the House of Asseml.:
A. E. S. Lawta, M.C.P. ind Mr.
R. O. Mapp. M.I'
Mr. Chenery began by mention-
ing the (act that the constitution
ol Barbados had remained un-
changed from the lime of the earlv
settlement in 1627, until the great
oiislitutlonal crisis of 1876.
He said that after Emancipation
n 1834, the Colonial Office realised
that the mm .'inblies
which had hitherto functioned
were not properly designed to
meet the new order of socicu
In 1939. Ihe Colonial oil!.
gan the process of boUahkll
representative assemblies in the
Indian oolonlM and
converting ihem into Crown Colo-
,. .-^i.. t w R rrmvhlFBV ".lcs Tho' Process was carried
Sir. Jaetfce J. W. B. CHENEIY through more or less whole-
heartedly anil -ulmlnaled in 1865
endered her
GoniUUltftMl and aijo became a
Crown Colony.
The Colonial Office had
always felt the newly eman-
cipated masses needed a
powerful arm of the Qrown
guardian and protect-
or and that the only means of
making such guardianship and
protection eaecUve. was to
vest in Mi Man-si', s repre-
sentative, powers which were
iiot consistent with Ihe old
representative
A oroke out at Hop.- Planta- ..... B"rb*7?s- .1"""
U C.rge at about ,0 a.m.. on a'ouief S^V
Wednesday and ues.roye.1 Inr.,- ,oi(',. .
gad a quarter acres of tn.rd cicv Ull|on an||
rtpe canes. They were Insured , pu, sl|dy Eh| m
and belong to A. G. Gale ol the ,lv a|,elllp, ,,, what.
sam.' plantation, ter. to lay impious hands on the
A I ACCIDENT occurred over ark of the comtltutlai.
Ihe Victoria Bridge at
bout 9.50 a.m.. on Wednesday Sir Conrad
Wtween a bicycle owned and rid- The cn.. of 18*. 6. though suc-
den by Frank Bynoe of Culloden cessfully surmounted by Barba-
Aoad and a motor lorry. Bynoe's dos, had made it clear that some
left fool was injured. change was essential in their
ANOTHER ACCIDENT occur- legislative and administrative pro-
red on Broad Street at n-OB1; :,nd, 'he genius and states-
,hmit li noon on Wednesday """Ship of Sir Conrad Reeves as
iboul 12 noon on wound.
ixlween motor car T-54. own., ,,, tcumslances o( ,hls *ol
by H. B. Mohon of Lion caslle. ,hl. txecutiT, committee system
St. Thomas ami driven by HO] ,hieh had bean triad without eon-
Layne of Chaiiiiian Village, St. spicuous success in Jamaica and
Thomas, and a bicycle owned and other West Indian colonies,
ridden by Keith Porter of Hinds- The Bxecutiva Committee Act
bury Road. iiassed in 1881. and I
The rear wheel, handle bar and of the loremost land marks III Bar*
generalor of the bicycle were badion constilulional history. Ile-
lu.i:.IK,.:i iween 1881 anil IMO, the lySttm
rE 20-FOOT FISHING BOAT worked will US break-
"Ladv Gri. >vn' buI Wllh ,ne Rrow,h of
Bmr, Ariam of rhrlu Ch.ireli Political parlies in Barbados. .1
Byron Adam of Christ t hurui 1/L lime was
auk about 11.30 a.m.. yesterday , ,ar wh(. m (.Iormi,y
trhn It encountered .. . . ,,,.., ,. .,,.
uid high winds souili ol the iv .,n parliamentary democracies
Island. within the Commonwealth, -he
The crew ol three returned party to whom the electorate had
lately. most i n their ooafl-
AN ACCIDENT 7.55 am. v. ', [as- choose from among Hi.
linn Road between the cars the members who would sit on the
X-(28 , Executive Committee.
of Christ Church and driven by
Ivor Corbm and X-1084 owned
by the American Consulate and
driven by Albert Nyrrin of Marino
Gartens. Christ Church.
BoUi pew were damage-'.
HAliHVIiOS \|>\i.( \ II
PAGE FIVE
Australia
Cracks Down
m From pair I
to the secun;

The Government would be en-
titled to determine which indui-
">' 1*1 ' -d from Com-

eh to-
.1 minim, cngineer-
' t steel, .ninsport and
'ha', he
meant. Unprecedented precau-
wn today lo prevent
' 'nstration in
I n Parliament House. The
- White, modern building
.
HOttM
Lee Mjua.ls
Nivked .ill but the main entrance
Rruler
E*~r
Pochrt
of
WASTVITE
THERE'S PAIN RELIEF
AND TONIC BENEFIT
Yeil Yeast-Vne quail*
ootbes wiy hrtdachei, neu-
ralgia, nerve and rheumatic
paint but it does something
ehe too! Because of it* valuable
tonic pcoperjea Ycaa Ve
helps you to feel brighter, took
better, sleep more easily and
enjoy more encrgv Nca! tone
t\ lief take Yeast-
Vile and set tonic benefit too I
KM STOtTTG -l RbCsHMt (.iris BeaWl iltnumvli Itel (he mrOuHl if oper.itmc Ihr
LM jI thr I \liibl(in .(f HandrratU held al He*lr> Hill lit..- sehe| Ifklltlj
crouml i.in be MM v.iPlt>lis iMttrrns ..I mullK ub-urcl -t.i.. .
reave Haetei
In fie lore-
BICYCLE
LOST
rE LOSS o( a bicycle valued
$82 was reported by Clem-
ent Jackman of Chapman Street.
Be stated that the bicycle was
removed from outside S. J. Rocks
chop at Milk Market on Wednes-
day.
FIRE of unknown origin
broke out at Hope Planta-
HANDY
TEACHERS
. Elemen-
tary Sehools of Ihe I
pair of
or weol, floIn ,,le
esbbage palm, bind n book
draft a nalti
The Ocparlment ol Edueation
in ensuring that mil
eonducted vacation elasaes for ,
.ii which expert
l.r.,1 ,,, liaiidi., : **'??**
hen in turn i.
this knowledge
during the school term.
Such a class was
the- Kavler varatlon from April
to April _'l and Ihe work done In
the leachers was on evnibataM al
Wrnlev Hall v<-t.terda>.
A weave master loon;
pu ce of equi]
1
Inspector
Dismissed
Col. Mic-lit lin
Inspects
Regimen I
30/- FINE
Foi inflicting Ukih, harm m
iwd. n
HoHlgan ot 0

i to i .
or in det.it
nonth's impnstmmnil

A*S



.'..:.i
from

Worrell had been
1 lorces. Color.

Black B :
huh h. :mg bMe'
inmended to tl
" I
,,-eting of ;
iii
"_.._". Wi
I

iccomnu'Ti-
uphold It.
Worrell
Jaf.v hun tl
Dun:

.nd mac...:
wool it'instaled.
One ol
l .
eo lot
Band
?5 YrlAKS AilO
(Barbadflw \dvoealr April It
IMS)


at the Drill Hall o:
Strvtct
rnembtri
Amun? tin
HOD Si;
P Hod Job

K. Chase. I! g M S Ji
Salvagin
The "Potick
'A'
in' the kaaltUnj Notion thn {h,yi '
was on .i. e*tn woollen m""'
pullover that could hold Its own

I
-you Id
bo

rticle produced
ol baUea ""'
booUea
it
-. nr markmai

Hookbmdinn and btll ,. .
dent that th ol!
canvu whicn
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.. .,

; QUite i
I
vhlch tit
. ;;;.
tlcular i
10 Awarded
For Dog Bite
His
The treat secret of British
u- < < In the art of Govern-
ment, had been the cabinet
s\slem whi.h in the words ol
that great political philoso-
pher. Waller ttacehol. had
^____________ proved to be the hyphen be-
tween the Execullvr and
J.^ 1 .^___I HV_. XT LenUlatuie mil between the
Uocfcyara was I\o unt-m-ceai n and the
_ Kint-Hi 1'iili.iin.nl.
DU fjj l\ ItSt'S Nearly all modern democratic
w*i. .^ n j i IniUtutioiai had adopted
Work on the Bermuda dock- j^ complew manner, the cab-
WJ^nobodoIro^buloii" mat ayitem which EnRiish political
firn,,^!"/ Efmi"; Senmshaddevscl.
Thompsoii told the Advoc*te ves- |n ^^,(0^, hitherto on the
t? w ,-k Attorn. IukI fallen the
^"P- bU* lm. oI condoctliuj
U.ifS * ". ,V,U,"!><1 S,n Hls GovernmenlluiM..
Majeitys dockyard, Bermuda. f AssvluhU. i)liu
SJ""?;, "? .^f" E "'e"t and carrying
P40>ed in Ihe dooky*rd for eight mi, generally
lu't.,, t ,. j u, which In other a
viL rS Bermud for c,uh! to the lot t.i the Prhw
years, ihompson could not *) wuh the illneu ot the Attornc>-
much about the place or condi- nmmj m April 1946. the OW-
ES ". spenl m> v'Bhl yeani ornor ot the day. Sir Grattan
poking after my personal busi- Buslie svize to
nf*; hc M'd- make the four members on the
on enjoyed his stay Executive from the House of As-
wrc but he was glad to return ..,.,biv. iespi*isible for the admin-
bBttbadoa. urtration of various deparm 1
The cost of IWlnfl In Bermuda ,llc House of Assembly, and later
is very highrather, much high- ,(,., lie exercised his
er than it is in Barbadosbut tho prerogative and previ
Wage* were good. American cur Attornw-Gcneral from standing
j*y is generallv u-;ed. The (01 election for Qm House of
American dollar is worth $1.20 Assemblv
there
late hour Whei

fallen.
\oi i:in'Y*i;'i
sure ttow< j
could fit-1 1
n fiit of 10 10
Boben ot EUerton,
who cistlmed t,S0 demegee aftci
.
Amcy lived i
Mr. J. E. T Bf.....
for Sob 1
I
Dot had been
given, Mr. Ward .-aid he woulc
ages.

her_ going to work at
i
asked if
1
I
ruin k 1

1






would be n


boa 1" i) rear Hi
'

1

V,.

WIN WITH
SpaidiuG
OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
A.C.SPALDINO I
R 0 5. ITO
2 "Exporters
Fiued4
Case \ potato difSH
and seller. He
daughter usetl to work daily win Handle) hag 1 ;
:..;.. I ... .
His own earning. 1
(Vprn HO to S20 per day non. in inert
His daughter lost 15 days
jouin. : m not going t<
He had had to lake tin
the doctor on ret |
which 1 rij Noleen Keglnah
car bin
M.yed. which took
His
.
attacked bj Ihi 1 bicycle rldd*
other wltrieanei roi the proeecu June miH
tion told how on dlffi Ml Q. H.
killed a sb


The in,/ Bermuda
*orked on a baala. A single man
Wkinn on the dockv,.ids could
we. but a man with a family
found h difficult.
More Equi|j)imut
For Seawell
In Ufs prorocation speech
on October 1. 1M6. Sir firal-
Un adumL^aled his *chesne
which hr railed tentative and
pxperlmenlal and uhlrh had
, BSJM to be known an "The
Bushe Experiment-"
In that speech hc mi
with great emphasis that the
a hole parliamentary system was
designed to obstruct and thwart
A welding plant, a roll of hose the speedy despatch of public
wtor parts, batteries, tools aiu business and might ho
1* cylinders of gas arrived Iron well in the days when vigorous
Trinidad yesterdav by tl" '' '" was in the
wtaita fur um In the constructioi prime deelderatun, but was hope-
* *ne runwav :.: Seawell
The 7.IU Woauta brouglit ottiei d
5"go for Berfaedoi This Inoliidet placed on speedy and nnmfi
**y boards, asbe-tos rooAng, action.
*Jiun. compound and 155 ton He also stressed the fact that In
ot steam coat.
Also arriving yesterday was th> peasri ed full rei
"n-rn | which brought AM no powci po*sessed
of copra from Grenada Oi power and no responsibility
weanesdi,-. Mermali in ins scheme he said that the
f" *rr'^ed from "Dominica will Governor would call upon that
*" loot* cocoanut* ....d 26 cord- member of the House whom he felt
would be It* able xo
command a majority m the House
of Assembly and ask him to sub-
..ines to the Gt.'
.t iiiboiAted her
i.
. to that Av< 1.
lth hei rathei bui 2 UNE FOR ASSAULT
Before givim.
Honour lal case had

ther bw
to boost them up bj
1 used to
woik with bun Over) day diggin
and selling potatoes. Th;it. how
1
...tion.
nl nrearood
hat's on Today
twt of Ordinary at II ee
fc p.o.
- Ba<| at \ M PC al
,* am.
ra> n.,d ^, ii^aUBg,
**ha at a ee P m.

to irstitute
Blood gave
nounced in its fa\our.
1 bate last year
flair, the
of that

1 le mints-
ind it was
clear that the next step In the de-
velopment of tli<
' be in the :
'

> discussion and
the lecturer was asked to give his


rrum of
tiona! practice to writing.
La*t] Meet*:
.Hen of Re.

in one m..
I
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j ENTEB A O
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in our CUTEST PHOTO )
For leather
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ll cleans, preserves and how it
poUltMSl Vk > our retailer fnr PropcriY
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Foe lUd tilm,,
PilU 'Mtam cunluj oik urf ^^
"V^MitotlulirtdirtrtJ, ^**!
- Hal -Ifa I hir Ik- -_:?^>
! just received!
Pc. Wafer Com
n*.
Tin. Pearhe.
Per
Palethorpe's Skf-j
Pork Sauaare. "*
Paleinnrpe-., o^f-,
Sausage*
Palethorpe*
CambrMre 8sm|*4
Pineapple Jm, ^
Marmal.ide Jin rj fe|
M.lt ITl.,1 L,|C Jam ((By
lllintley i l-almer,
Biaeulla4 Iron
Assorted (l 1%)
Tin. Cnatord Cream i tt.
.. short cake i r,
OK I II K A >l
II.'.O \I>\V \V Mil.....\
NYLON STOCKINGS SI 86 per pair all Shade
PLASTIC 36" wide in while Blue. Lemon A Pink MX. per yd.
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS mulli colour 38c. each
VELVET KIBBON in Red. Blark. Navy and Cireen
III IH M \MI SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT THr
mioAnwAY muss snoiv
LIGHT & POWER
TROUBLE FREE
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
1 l K.W. L.lfsn llKrVEN ALTERNATORS
1 K.W.
.1 K.W.
10 3 K.W.
> r.
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\U rauplrle .( Sutlrhlx, .-ill and Automatic Volume
KetHlalora.
COIDUn BANOI OF SPAKE PARTS IN STOCK'
Om HtHB.llMt.% MM U'NI #.#rf.
WILLIAM FOGARIY LTD.
INC. IN B. G.
S8f rooZ^m
INCE & Co.. Ltd
J WAl 2236 ROCBUdt ST
^"lll N you reel liulcw, hrwl and dtpn-M,
OH reason it that you, M,** it ,m
oak without enough ted WoodwrpMdn-
"iJ >* a 'cinounAM.
Nw red tiioM-corpmsclM
What you need ihiiLounc of 'SaiUIoyo'Nm
Tonic Food 'Sar.i; .ten' comMois the !*
Kical nodi -building food*organic I'lioqAtnii
Mi protein .BiiK.'i i uikl n new red c -rpw-Ja
m tour blood and Iced your eakrMd iw,
by da> MUng .our body with ir*.
veuousneti -':tp>m-v Saat
on a courw of 'SjndloifCTi' today.
Oh .,!, oi 1,00,1 ,h,.f .
sa\atim;k\- -art
restore-, health, w.ulh and vMRj
^*m* wno'e 'am''y
e with nourishing
L1QUAKER OATS
vUU.
r?*-
vwrri
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WILLIAM FOGARIY LTD.
Inc. II. G.
Just Arrived
Of mm**** T-0 / .#/ s...
IKRSKV \KT SII.K PKTTICOATS P,k I
dn do do HALF SI I PS
White. Peach. Bin,. ,i Black
du. d.c do P.WTIKS RKIKFS
r ink ,i.
d.. do. du. VESTS Opera Top
Pi i E
do. do. do. NIGHT DRESSS
-Pink, Blue Whito and
so-
CHILDRFN's WKI.I SOCn Phj
and White with Co
9T SEE OIK SHOW CA
Will III K SHIPMENT OK:
7.7 and 1.5 C. Ft.
j.mtee
-w users picked at Handom .
Uwy should know, follow then example
Windsor tisil... Vdinirallv \n.i,ii Motor C*
British Q|| im Atrwi Mot**
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my. APML , 1N4
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BARBADOS ui\ nr.vi I.
PACE SEVEN
ATMS
m m aasm
_ ..11 nm * "on HF.Vr
1 20 I 90
,rrtD
gSaia *
IBS* L
"" SL*f" ;""
gai|~ CbarSe
n^ '-S -
-S&ADVOCATI I.W..I
--'""' '--
DIED
"TvH, Mr a run I
*mL n UM *
""1 *TZi .t s it-clock mi. aftcmoon
|Ji"Cort. Church r
""titd AJleyw. *! v.uu. ^ ^
...*ttJEBPW EODORA. V-*t funeral
JyETBr-. .t .30 u,,. ;.r-
2iil lh~ > " WuJucr
". ' n.i. !, .. "
'jJSSS b*u"" "'<
-i.i i
27 !' jj!^
A Pierce. Phone :ma ,
gaj 1 -a 4 io r -in.

umiAM OHDTTTII
j-IA DCAM-
CHARLES DIANE
~~~~FOB SALE
UIT0M0T1VE
,!i[|i 10 H P 1M. Good
,rS!L pn rc*son--u>le Rlni! 31*1
, ,,, ,-
-J < SO -in
UlW-Jn
Jarj0ii.il I' ""* ,,rarr
101011 CAR- PSA. 10 M P flu -1
lUl' driveeaWays owner ridden.
2Twn-nkm with i.o ni
C Mr Arrher, Redman ft Taylor-
i CAM ft TRUCKS Al bftrra.ii
___ many make* etc. Phone 3453.
"tord moan
-, h*ft l<
-, puiti Enquire Auto Tyre Com-
HECHANICAL.
TTPIflTRITERfr 1**o >2i second ban:*
%MwWri suitable (01 tuition, .ipprr
The Bonuk Bay Rum Co.
.11 i B) h
"AHKIIAM ,, u,e -
jAUPAL COURT.-w,.-,i ,
ws>-in^r. t Mr p ., ..
' impoMnc builiJlnc Vftt
lookin* Rocklpv rtnv nm i lh* ir.
( Blje ITatftn Hotel NC"
<* .11 ^,.r,r' i^"" "**|rt f '<
- wiy to om,. phone mfns B|(
* p m- 4 St-lfr,
LY im Sp st jjnip^ ', iii
umUhcd I.
>honi- til-09
fSSL n,UN2ALOW-Ma,*r". Chri*
(Murch. Bedroom*.
Jtrfio. Tclophon*. al*, KOod .^baihtn.
for month of May. Applv
UUklnion. Erin Halt, m.hotx Court
Hil1 28.4.363n.
VrOBAUUC TIPPING BODY New.
...lUbla f'-n "> S"00 " I
i..y (in.Be. Ui-l
U 4 M) Jn
MSCELLANFOUS
ALUM Bl." i i '"ly "
Ml U rut >miw)f when nhavliiB- -
pntorul Mnnffol KNIOHTl i '
STORES 31.4.30-21,
IM'IM.H SAIIS
AUCTION
CMMD DWOL G1.UB for wooj worrier*
iM BMtlni. Crold Chiiwiwarc Glue at all
Pfrt Th* General Agency Co. iB*(kM>
Ul. 14 fufh 31.4.50-tai
aMUTnC nv.s All mloura r*eiv-
our rouse.
1-jiHrfc Powder 1" ?
KNKilli- DRUG STORF-i
n 4.50-2n
nor." rwi tvi
In BeftuliAor Pnllahera Dial 3*11.
DtCOMa ft Co.. Ltd. Eleeirteftl TV,>t.
33 4 SO On
rDOJtjT PAPTTJlHn.ii.Ir-ii llet.Llrrann
fcarenle Forel Green Sun Ptool
IcrVSTUNF WhiU .1 coloun -peclal
ini. rtrMfinper- 1'nlnH M 4 sin.
DWamaar M M Bin Th.-y r.n
A BAFNIS ft Co Ltd.
39 4 *>)
By InalrucUona received 1 will offer
foi wle on MONDAY lit May <>n the
inrmleet al ROCK HALL VILLAGE
^r THOMAS 10 perchi; ,
'. wall bunding . prM(Bt ^ J
nub roomwhich can eailly be con-
CAW 'n' ntC* 'W*nc** TERMS
!. n.. R- ARCHEH McKENZIE,
-" -'" Amu..,.,
30.4.50Sn.
1 will offer for aale by Public Cotn-
JTtinAY 3S1h at 3 p m
< VICTORIA STREFT. r.o*
qiui..- feet of Uod , ni(|TT"Nh
CROSS ROAD. ST MICHAEL th,
land has an mcellenl view o* the
'larhour For Inapftcllon mid condl-
Sm,-fi?5Le: ADp,5r ' R ARCHXH
Mr KhS7.01. Dial 3H1.
________ 33.4.B0-Sn.
: MA\i: HREN umructed Io i*i up
!>' Mle by public compoi -
Coainopfttliion GarafB. HiKilnr Ine on
Friday April 21th illpn
" (ll sunda-d 8, one i(>
V- Ford, one Ml AuaUn 8. one .
iHmeutt, one HI Ohnmin BtyU-
hw.Im; uo one Chavrok-t Truck. IS3> t
model.
RLADIOIJ Btnjtf! Varte1' of -i
jUeun Juat received fronv
UMr: 3. W. Barrow. Phone 8iW- 4409
H.4.H I
IRON RAIL WINDOWS-B'
Hi window romplele -ith hutter*.
kkt Ml > in
land Enq.ir. .
at oppo-i'r- ! .*.) Uroiid
Inw or Phone 30M
2t.4.S0l.f.n
fADTTV I r l Soe-clal offer Glow
rMnu IS 41 par callon Come and fel
A BARNFS -. Co I '
:'. i (. i:ti
POWDER PUFFS "Beth
BWirem .iiee-Al*. fluff v imfle U
nprent mlg
-ante! KNIGHTS Dl
31 4 VI Jf
CHANGF.RS-Ai.i.tner lo* o'
*m to hand 131 i ..hi i.uir Dial
DaCMU ft Co. Ltd Electrtcal
y1 39 4 50- On
DRlli RETonn PLAY!
2 DaCo.u ft Co Ud Ittoctrleol
^ 3=4.90on.
JAND-Oenulne Land Band
"-**! mT nan of I he 111*
:. 0 Mahon. Belteplalne, SI Andrew
*. 38 4 "fl- In
*ATCH-One Gold RuIovt. Wrli
JiWn Cac,l Wood C M S N
''-.. Ha |fft| ?r j .!. '.
Mil h vorirrv
25-
h*b7 Nml by obUlnlnf ordwt
lor nitr.1. C*'i.ln... C N
I"".. No nrcvlcu* cinrri.-r
"r, Wrilr lou.1 I
:
?" "-'">. -..hi comirUloc
Wh rnoc BUtto, onoonunil.
" "iu. Co ncci
yfc PNo. EWI..I-
tSf^J,* r*>"rr makjum
JgJ"" >l > WkOD M, 1,1,111
EH2". >Vu ol c r. H>nuon'.
|T^?** '*^l. m wpUIn i. vhtmt
ikuJ^C"? ,h* "ood woiklnu In
Cd ST? " Uu" " '
Sbum Ifakaa Balls
hvigiUe
En*Hh Amateur
..l-andoned
Borne on
pi> in an hour
:
reached, to inform ihem of the
cessation of
^'i,s not ,onfl '":
ommitte
H -irteri to ah..
hoiu became
now carpetci

rounds lo decide the 13
tor the n
i^lhe w| ,,. lo nave
Qjen 36 holes .setm-tlnals but
reduced to l<
holes which will help to make up
tester
WMtVKB
Jew-Aryan
Marriages
Legalized
BONN. And
irlinnir:it

infamous

assert a law permit tins
I to legal-
ise marriages of racial itiii
political pari.es who had Itvsd
together thouith utitnarned. but
where one partner had SB
Under the Nurembeig law?,
certain groups of Osti
ly those of Jewish descent, vrsta
tarred from marrying "Ai>,m>"
Daaplts the laws many couple
deflsd the NBBla and lived 10-
mV ended, tlu ..
lo iikarry, but until lo-
no nro-

d, iiMially in
concentration oanap
Keuler.
HELP
Young i
laqnDHATBLY for . ------ i ... i
I ''KR for Kinnlv, club
iinllu.nei AppltOftllona in
SITUATIONS VACANT
\.".r\\T PAAnTOBJf im.'mi"
rfteanl f.- Annau

M.plicuni muM have had .il teuun 3 mt.
Riutar Fact..
Pan
ophod and 3 Mu>mi. iteif
'* "on* '"'"
>lh paaaana paid for "lf and ." *fo
\ppllc*nl muM aupp]
.'. urewni wlary and tal.u'
tppiinWKMK to be nrtrttiimi ro Tnu
ita s> !..,(.,. II V. i
3s asas
PATTOM n -il-,
Siluolloii varant for S,IM Factor, v
ttMtM -it R-e*u Factor-.,
si Iaicu. but alao in charnr -
-ontrol at Cul do Sac Factory. Si l.i.i..
about three mllea diaunt
M Iwn had at least
3 ynaro Factory experience, prltarafa.
more, and b between the ages of 31
nd 40 yeare. Partly fumuhed J room
bungalow eupplled and 3 month, lonu
leave home givvn ovary 3 yeara will
l*"*f Pfthl for aatf and wife Appli
..nt mual nupply teeUnionliUa and fUto
preaent aUry and aalary expecteii
Applicationa to bw addreaaed to 11.-
RoMftti Co. I*d.. St. Lucia, Il BJ I
38.4.30 2n
t^fELLANEOUS
I 1QUOK UCKNSB by 30th Junr.
V B Taylor Lid Coleridge LnrM
JiaJ 4100. M.4.S02:.
I'lJIMh Al.
'
D'ARCY A SCOTT.
i> Inatructlona from the Commiftaton-- i
f Police I will Mil uu MONDAY X
Hay at Central Station beglntiLng a*
b:One ilt ladleaf
Mieaol. one 111 brown leaUtvr rute*.
. i,aln :urd key attached, one'
'mme, on* ill fruit tJereel
o.d manv uthei Item, .if Intern!
D'AKCY A. SCOTT,
Oov. Auctioned?
.'1 4 ;,',,
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

Thuredaj 4lh M.iy
>' Mm John Dreytoii the |
im.Iilllirlil.
'CanafleW Houm ''t Thomai

Ul Dining Tables, lb ntmie llrpple-

Hall Table iBraM Claw rertl.
Liquor Caaca. Card Tablea all In old
.ichea ft Chain., Ruga, Car-
... French Mi-
Wall Candle
I hipandale Deak and Chair,
: aether Seat chair*.
n and Rooka, Old China.
Staef: plate. Salver and OLaaa, Set of
TSSea Hil Gluu. 51 placet, Venetian
Brandy Set. Barrel Shadea, Brandy
Glaiac*. Crow.i Derby Coffee Cupa and
I i' Waiter Cruet. Coifee

. aatj Pitted CandaUbrae.
..Coffee Ser-
Iron SulM
V' Verandah Fu:>
Painting, naioinclro.
SLiira Carpel. Tall 4 pot M
- ....I. Mtnaie Wood and Iron Bedaieada.
: .
Pre.. French Preaa. Chli
"he l-lhUe I
Owing credit to my wife LNEZ. STHAK1- I
"v Deckle*,! of Harmony Hall. Kir! -
'f'-l Qep. St. MletuM-1. Barbados m I
3 not hold myself raaponalble for her
or ftnyone elae contracting any debt
li-bu in my name ujiIom ba
am r ".i bp it..'
UOtnCL A. STRAKEP
o/o i
Oossofto. n.w.:
4 -i '
I" ii III ir Sulcfti-Coafd
c. n
Mil
o.

- or ST. PETS.
Sklai 1 Xb* ** '-* OuardUn.
t *<"-ahouaa a hilly quallAad Nun.
^JJ*" taaung charge of Mid -Ifety
J*2 " per month
CWftcate and .---------
at hu tealdenca "BoervlU*.'
on or before AprU 3Sth ua to
r-*?*?J? C B CORBW.
L*rk, Pom l*w Quardling.
"OTICE OF TRADE MARK
ag*YD,,,:C!a."',A. JUITa> ,.
naft* r^" "u' Yorkihlre. Rngland
ag-rtT^J!l-lh- WOj*A word trad-
TaTV'W" of Pace Cream. laetltS
SaM. *_"^*"tlena,'. that th* trade
4^> -all. ingn- ,,
Waaae. ?!"** P^sk-Sca co.iUlnlru;
lanJ^ .Jh" trade mark la regi.
Hi* IJ*,"t o Trade JSt.
e^-- *lUln under No. JSSCM |n
tg^L,**1*4 >"h M*> IS30
h&&r*:', "^ m*rt'
^TrU?*1* -*'tiaaisrt
'"WTDAit 5oS3c?t UMTTBD
i, BeouUful Tell Buys. Linen.
Pats (v.:* <-u!,- 4 btaraWT r. E ate
.
. Garden Chain ft Ben-
pea] ft spot Ust
Plant.. Cbrvalcr Windaor Sedan Car IS4S
WetUnghouae Ratb-lSerator. Kelvlnalor
Deep frecte
n Monday I at a.'a> from II
N a m. to 3 o'clock The <
>ld Tuesday 2nd at 3 o'clock The
- i'. Imp Flteie ill id HefriK-i.-i: I
u'.di*aday 3rd. Bale 11.30 o'clock
Ternia Mrlctly caah.
IIKWKKK, TKOTMAN & CO-
AucUeBeers
REAL ESTATE
WE will aet p for Mia at public
cmpeutlon at our Oflke No. IT. Hl*h
Street. Bridsatown. on Prlday the 3Sth
d-y of April ISM at 3 p m .
A Dwelling houae ilormeriy tna
Maneser'a Houae of Ooodland r.anU
tiorn In the Pariah **f Balm Mleh..*'
with the land on which It Stand* con.
taming by admeasurement I Atre 2
Reeah f, Perche. >r ih.i..u.u'-
lnapactlon any day between it am
and It o'clock noon.
For further pejUculan and Condi-
tlena o( Isle, apply to the uhderaianed:
csym*. CATTORD. ft co
18 4 V
REAL ESTATE
ALCOTT" ottuau -1 the Stream
Road, Christ Church, t,landing on tT.Urt
sqiuuw Feet of land, with right of way
lo Worthing Beech.
The house contains irallery, dmwwiK
t.d dining rocm. three bedroom. .
iweitny, kitchen and usual oul-offtcet.
QayagM god aervanta' rooms In Utt rard
TnspaoUon on application to the tenant
Mrs. Watklna every d...
.tundayai between ihe hours of 3 and
fi p.m.
The above will be sal up for -.-titkHi at our Office In U
Street on Friday the 5th of Hay ISM at
i p.m.
CAJUUNOTON ft BBA1.Y.
BoUGltors
EVANTON
Slluated on Top Boca, Christ Church
Next lo YeovUton. on roughly Half
Acre. A delightful new modem Real-
'enca. having three Bedrooms. a\ Urg.
nunge. Dining room, modern kitchen.
TWO fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A
holes of a fo'irth hedrnoi
itacomss Lounga-Dlnlng room Outside.
Two Servant* Quartera. Toilet and Bath.
Two Car Garage. Price C4.M0 or
leareet. Inr further perUcular* apply
Ralph A Beard. Hard-and Allav
Hsm **-i BW -'-' i *> at
DOLLAR
TRICKS
LONDON
will soon resort to
"tricks" in the drive to earn more
adlockcd books, con-
ujdnlng um Bi-old
will be ilown to Chlca-
l>ened for Ameri-
rm i ,if the In-
ternational Brotherhood of Magi-
The booh f work ff
Will Goldston, who founded the
British Magician s Club with
Houdini in 1913 and died in 1948.
In Folks*!
Goldston left the books in the
keeping of 56-year-old Tom llai-
: f, one i.f :he six British
lug the confer-
tba books
go to the British Musi'um.
\i i-iirilini! in Harris only 4
"handful" til nuialciitua has
seen inside the hooks. "There
buit a trick uhleh is not In
thrm." in- -.ml. "Some are
1 .in ,><-. ,,|,|
igtolang escorting
The books Etva uimoiis of the
in two. In BOOM two "
used, am 1 if a box.
.
go that the
.
The milk chum escape Is also
:. Il' Ul
wearing only a bathing dress,

n his mouth karya wbicfa

churn.
!
Ing hird 1


'
forming bj

out injury to UM Il

I s B
III I ai lisle Hjiv
IN PORT: Sen Ale\aiidnr-i II Yacht
I s Seabrterc B
BtSl Adnllna. Sch Everdene.
-h Bmenuel Gordon. Ba*
>od. sch Prmcea* Louisa.
Stti. Hary E Ci
N.wleen. S, r ,n# .
Henry D. Wallece. Sch fluted Pilgrim
B n GlorLi
Henrietta. S S Canadian Cruuer, S.S
OA*en Ann. S S Johtlla
.^ndrlna R Srri. Freedom Faaery.
\KRIVALN
imrui, St tons net,

>..mern !>). u tons net,
Capt Ik.* Ml. f-om Greneda
Mermaid C. M tons net.
Cspt Joseph, from Dominica
nsrARTvass
Maiva Henrtetu. 43 ions
rift. Capt Selbv. for Si
o*ftoonoT LtsrUIe M Smith. 14 tun-
pet. Cent Baaly. for British Guiana
In Touch With BarLvidoa' Coastal Station
Cable and Wireless iWe.t Indies! Ltd .
lavua* that they ran now communkate
v-IU, the following .hip. through Oieli
asaojasisBi oaaai aasuooi
s S Afgasuaaan. S S Brltuuiv, S S.
I'iiusr. Cavalier. S S Vigg..-
I Ttsta, S S rkfreaena. S S.
I_dv Nelson. SB Beaumont. S S.
Goaccarne. AS. Eeso Raleigh s I gtg,
Atuel. Sal Bio Aram, S S Brailll,
P.B Argentina, S.S Gall la. S S. Los
AngekM. S S Alcoa Runnci
denviea. U.V. Cavnadian C
I Vuiiseaota. S.S. Oeirul'
S S Argentina. S.S. Sai.da:-
first. SB. Crarlstien Holm. BL1 BBN
f S UaniaJJrayo. S.S. Mrn\arkeni
- S. Golat.i S N It F i
-. B Det Casnpo. .s
-. S.S. Golnes H

I s AUbnma. I l
M.-UUl. S.S. BU I
ivertrjak. S S. Akepo*. S.S. CAanestore.
t 8. Barbies. 9.8 Imperial Quebec
I S l-ke Canlm, S.S. Republic a De
Ecuador, s I
- I t-hll'iwark. S S UN
I I Vlilird* k.
t.ovr.iii.vm;vr \ih is
ATTENTION is drewn lo the Dttence (Control of Druj audg
nd ProprtMar) Mcdlcint Prices) Order, 150. No. 2 which
will be published in the Official Guette of Thursday 27th AprU, 1S0
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of
"Humphrey's Specifics". "Humphrey's Witch Haael Liquid ", "Hum-
phrey's Witch Hazel Ointment" and "Deltol" arc as follows:
Unit i.f Sale
ttmstsi
Retail
Price
Humphrey's Specifics
Witch Haiel Uquid..
bottle ..
Small slied
Medium ..
Large
Small s./.-.i
Medium
4-ol. bottle
8-oz.
ie-oi.
per oz.
bot.
pot
.60
.58
9
41.20
.32
.07
11..16
.01
2th April. U50.
27..SO-.2n.
xXfiLL^iix
M >:l\ *l l., i, W I A.I..
From TRINIDAD Wallece Prewon
Ixhn Lehrte. Shrl Panrtm I
Ismail.. Ismail I'jlel. >Un.v.
PateL Gertrude Snowalter. Jut
-i:-r. Qrther Hosel" .
biih'k. John Jayna.
From I at OCAIRA-Jolm I
.l.met Cmmniuiel. Walter Weenc
Ntartlna Weenac. Robert Werner
From ANTIGUAEii/abeUi Parklit-
< llobtiison.
lr.e.1 ST KITTSDorr-
.crock
Iron. ST. LUCIAElan.
lit PARTI MC-n, III \ I
For TRINIDAD '
midduck. NUranrrt KuddorH 1
Gerard Alexis. Joa
Aleuts, Stanlo* Troi
on, ilnrrv Ikivle*. R*cl
ilcorge I-'
laon. Faiirone Mnon. Jgaai
s-arl Hummrll. Ralph t
liobert Jai Cadoaan
ioinra.ee. Beniln Goncaler. \
inn. MarB
I
.'*Wi Sober.. Bt I

i t^eortre Jackman. Cleo
Vrlhui. Erno Artlnii. Cha**l ArUiu-.
Alston Arthur. retrtch
sWaSS. lateila, Uollllal. Dais*
1-vi.i M.illnrt
, ;<.l'ASidney Core veil. Judllh

I KUlge

DKPARTMKNT OF EDUCATION
St. (ieoTRe s (iirls' School St. George
APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of SL George's
t.irls' School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching expert-
riK-i.' The minimum professional qualification required is the Certifi-
cate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.
Candidates should make application on the appropriate form
which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All appli-
cations must ba in the hands of the Director of Education by 6th May,
1950.
24th April. 1950 27.4.50.2n.
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Canadian National Steamships
M ,|||l. .1 M,
CAM > iiALUOMGCK
LADY KODNTCV ..
CAM t'tti'iKiat
'-AD1 \FX*JON
OOfaVf
IADY NBSON
'AUY IvODtfEY
NORTBBOtNU
IADY NELSON
IADY KODNXY
i \B\ VFU-aoN
IADY RODNEY
'Ai>Y NEIJsON
IADY BODNBY
sail*
HeaUeal
3Sth Apr.
. 131h May
IWh Maty
-Hat lb*
Arrtrsa
Bee.
Ml Maa
ri, .' gag
-?ih June
21th Julv
mtli Aug).
, IWh Sap.
.. change without nolle*
I'aasenser Fsres and 'lelglit
The M V "IWiwood" will
-iso MsS I*.*.-,.,
SI Lueafe, si Vinrn.i. Grenada,
Aruba. dale of sailtng wlU be
given.
<'.eibbee" wUl aocepl
Cargo and Piangsrs, for
Antigua. Montsenat,
B1 k,m.-:,h., AMe p| Haling
will be given.
RAVI. Schooner Owncra'
Assoelaison (Uc.)
Tel. 4047.
Poland QuiisI'.A.o.

cultural Organl
I

acting Hi- il. Poland
eritbdnw last month from the
World Bank and Mom-lai' Fun
tad Nations
omplainhig
under American do
.
ve for a
roar Hangar* n
K'l .
Keuter.
M1SR"
PILGRIMS TRAVEL
BY AIR TO HAIFA
HAIr'A. Apnl 27.
Archbishop Juan Manuel Gon-
zales of Colombia, headed a group
ol pUgrinu who an Itra
bToly Yeni

rid Clt" of
Jerusalem this evening. Kruter.
PliOPXHTY In cross road at Sraooner* |
Hill consisting of double iu.ii.-d
shad and klktien together with
Price taODO 00 Tbsi >>.
he purchased on terms. lUlf
smount must be paid when puicharlng
'ir further pertlrulars apply to .
li'An* A Scott. Magaimc I...
dial 3143. 27 -
SoreMoulh
Loose Bloody Teeth
BBBfl HAVXST* Brkghbii
aaaall
-
al any timo or
hone Owner al 3IBB M 4 M> Jn
HWFJJ.ING HOUSC A
rPJWISES. Containing a| :
*.33 square fast. No. 80 Bocuuo
Street.
A substentlally rracl^l
liuktlng In good eondltlon romprten
nOWNSTAIRB. Soeelo.ii elore ar '
"ore ro<.m*. entrance lo garBge. Fronl-
Waahlng tanks, and many
Other faclUUes. i one rated thrmighovit
I'PSTAIRB 4 iwdrooms. large draw-
ing and dining room*, toilet and bath
room Front verandah.
Electric light, poner and water are
installed Ihroughoul. InapecUca, >*
a^peaeUrierit Phone SBtf
Tn* above will be Bet up to public
r..mpelillon at the ohVe of
iigncd on Pndey the Mb
I 1 p m. For further particular* and
-iJiUons of sale apply to
James
l'i.
Mi
ons of tale apply to
HLTCI1USBON Ir B.
IXIGHTON- Sltue-e In P-*esg*
Road. SI. Mtetaoel. stardlnfl on BJI"
Q.iare feet of lend
The house fat bull! of stun* ,d.'on
Mns gallery, drawing, dining, sitting
-nd breakfast rooms. Pantry, kitchen.
V C and balk dowrarlalre. 4 bed-
-oonvs il with runnlJel waterl iipstalrs
Inspection my/ day 'eecept Sunday*'
i.tween IB a.av and S p re.
The above will be set up '< |*
l-etltlor st our Oftr* In
lieae Street. Bndgetewn on Friday
the Sth May 1MB at S f.m.
CAABTNOTON SEAI.Y
Soli-
S* M- I3n
We will aet up for seU it p
*etlbon al our OfPce No I
Bridgetown, on Friday the MKh day of
April ISM el 1 M P m
All that three-.toriad messuage or
dwelling house known s* The BncV
House and the land thereto belonging
finlalnlng by admeesurrment SiBM
,|Usv feat or thereebou'.s sltuaM at
Spry SI Bridgetown.
Inspection any dayi rcepl Sunoay*
on application on the premises
For further particular and Condi
lions of Sale, apply to ihe -
COTTLB. CATFORD. S. CO
n.strut ttl
..ater AJJ
< s Garage, fruit
Pnor.
,1-WJ
. lawns. ArBblt
: haaasa that w|l
Inter i a use your teeth to fall out ami
. cause Ith.umnllam ami
Amesan stopg gun.
bleeding Ihe Hrat day. ends eore mouih
Ud ,|,iT. kly tlghlens th.....
l.iil guarantee. Amosan luat nuik.
your iimuth well and aas
i-ark on return of empty
lal Amoiinlini'i
Amosan
r.r Pr orrke. Trexck M..uk
THEY'RE HERE!
Even if you have big oven
They're useful when you dont
.i.i up .. l.i oven Just
for thai Individual Olah.
The Price M SS.
See Ihem al >,Msr Oea Show-
UNIVERSITY
COIXBOB :>i THE
UI.M INDIKS
l Mia Mural Ilrpartmcnl
itor-. Addret*
and OfflCa a ill in ful
USD.
Sails fcaUs Arrlvea
MalHas Rswaa B'Sea
38th Apr. lOtb He
15th May ITth May Mth Mkw
*d Maty 3nd June
Jru June uu, Jena urn June
am July SUl July 14th July
Mth July 31th Juty sth Aug.
38th Aug SSUlAug. 'ith Aug.
alia m.i... trnree
Me. Beslea Haiaas
th May ITth May lath Mny
loth June Huh June 3Ut June
th July 10th July
awii July 7th Aug. Sth Am:
th Aug. 3tth Aug. 31st Aug.
flat Bap. 30th Sep. i Oct.
g* v..,
37th Maa*
BMI fgani
I Sth June
ISth July
Bi .tags
Xth Sep.
arrive*
Manirtal
nnd May
Stth June
:.Hh July
.-Ui Allf.
.Trd >ejp.
MB 0M
Sited wuh cold iiorage enaw-
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Ag,nt.
MAIL NOTICES
Malls fur Domauc* by the Sch.
Mary E. Caroline wUl be closed
.'t the General Post Office ...
under:
I*roel Maul. Real-tared Maw
and oreanery Mail at It.IB a.m.
on Salurdaa/. Iftk. AprU 1BBB.
Mails for TrlaMed by the S.S
OoUho will be closed al Uu
(rcoerai Poet Ofnce ae undar:
iXrcel MaU, iteu*ei*l Mall
.nd ca-dlnary Mali al 10.IB a.m.
on Saturday, anh AprU 180B.
I IE. I.LE.. Ul t\S\M AM ||| |;
FRENCH LINE
taiaiei lu rnmdad .soilinoi lo J-lyuioWh
May 11th l50
May 24th 1S50 May 31st 1050
Jiini- 2Hlh 1950 July 5lh 1050
1H50 Auiual 9th 1950
itii.l elaaa pn^soges are available at $210.00.
ii ?"*""*' "n I" ,nl,a ,or I" return panaiea from
furtho
particulars apply lo:
IL M. JONES 8t CO.. LTD.-Agents.
'i i ro; wobbob n rue
iiiiiend you to purehaie one ol our
WIRE MESH MEAT COVERS
niK rtvriiAi mpohii m
Hruad Street.
RALPH A. BEARD
reOOMS. I LARD WOOD ALLEY
,-,"""7. ,orJ-* lh* touw,,MI saoond hand Ilergetns :
O t Aiiarkei rridge It Yean Guarantee,
< i '. K Anverlren IVidg.- !', Yassr. Guaranteei
Marquet Amarluan Deep Freezer <3 Years UuenuUMI
Cream Deep Freezer 13 Years Oufaiantoei
t-imdy Floes Maohlne. Canteen tat CUUery, 1 piecee, Silver
led rkerrwtt. U H A. lUeiUi.- Adding Machine a Year oldj
8 Valve O B C. Itasllngraiiune, fltaWeSt Warner
it Valve iconsole rnodeli
Valve Twin Speaks* Hedlo
IMnlng C-halra iMaraaaxanyi
M-lioaYany rafsc|ry leMe TH x SU.fl.
rtouiMl pme Tsblas tcheapi
Karosane double Burner single stoves
Nun*eroue snail MeaMaBBssf/ turln
Anbauee. open sMly B a.m. to ll.

IOII s\i>
MAHISTOW
Unfuniislifd ^ l.'HW. Fuilv Iimu.Ii.iI ^ 1.500
I on Maxwell Coast, havir g
Its own rYivate Hr..
laOUIigi
aRtaa. On
flsl Bgejgi
I. Pin*

4663 01 8402
ma, Lai,:e
Uao hav'ng
,de Two car Garage, Th:
' | Stamp duties,
-6 p.m.
ADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
C0IIPORATI0N LTD.
CBOHN? CROWN? CBOWNf ttiWN? CROWN? CROWN WHAT? CROWN GINGERALE


hh
rw.y i
\1M1S ADVOl Ml
FRIDAY. M-Rii. %
Manuel Ortiz
Who Will Oppose West Indies? *t2S :-r
* J^ For World Cup ___ SJ!%
.....m ton
w. i umi'M
\l.l< BEOSCR
IHirO. WKK1IIT
England's Team
Discussed
ls\t Joli ii I ii:iiiili i *.
LONDON
' with iheir first
compM ,:nf WorcMlersnire at \\
will mark tl i hat promiiei I memor-
able stay :

33 niatrl
In 1W \TCC
Vi.-ilri (he Wi

than* e\(i
AlthoiiK- England

red> attem




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All K.....loWl
I Eagii
I vn..> of
]>-. .still in

laeantas east
\\ .1. Team Liinrli
At Savoy
Cartoon. Poem Presented
To John Goddard
i.o\
S'.MI I \un : ,
m at It*
.'
eters and ..ii Tin-
.-mber* 01
tl e II.C.C, oi id.* 26 11
i Amy.
\

were iimong tha
notary of
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anted the original to I
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place in the W


some of the most celebr.i*



West Indira,

H I.' i'
illsi'hdll Rfsiilts
NKW ^OKK. A|)nl 27.
if matches played in the
ticiii Baseball leagues
i-
tmrrlran l.-tfw: Boston Red
.' New York Y-mkrrs 10
iiers 8. St. Lou
i Wasiungtnn Senators 5: Phila-
't'-lplua Athletic 3
National Leacue: St. Louis Car-
idnnattf Rm
i 'Millies 4: Brook I vn Dodg-
Reater.
Barbados Friendly
Football Association
TO-DAY'S pncTURtx
n at NUrv. OW Bm*
Referee *H- E. Branch
B"-*ifk m R*irni al B<
ii araham
.,. old Brt>-
.. <*hrll fiff-trr Mr J Arrn*r
(lames
GLASGOW. April 28
Astocia-
- ..nu'd that they
:end a team to Brnll
i up series
The decision of tin
: to send
to Brazil for the World
Cup series means that there are
now two vacancies |a complete
th( 16 teams. Turkey having
n recently
The Scol
..ii decision
retlt o< thi
:i Geocije
intimated
ommtttM gajvi
tlen to the question
Th) -Ucided. however, that
nrered the competition
under certain conditions n ifcree-
mam with other international
OS, they could not now
withdraw from their 0x0%-'

nners and ninners-iip
i< Home International Tour-
f. ramafh this season
Able for Rio but the
announced that they
uould make the trip only if they
retained the championship which

Their one zero defeat by En-
ii.mp.ien Park on April
IB, meant that England regained
the championship.
The Scottish FA was then
urged by manv s jurces. including
Brazil, to n VSkaVar taking a
leom.
LONDON. April 27 I
Ortii. World Bantam-
weight Chi
tn-dav b)
Aaaociatlen ot An-.'-:

WtMSd b-- :i* 0rl,*|
fulfills a contract to DO*
Sdlomnns. the I
Abe Or*
N.B.A. all '
at the request of t'
Boxing Board 1
body clali
bv ...biegr.mi to defend
Casnst Danny 1
Champion. Instead. Ortiz decided 1
to light Vic T'weet. South Afu-|
in Johnns#*ui* |
:.n May 20
Ort.7 left New York by :ur
lo-nigh| on ine oral &**<" to
South Africa. It
the suspension aa
and not against Us title :n
London. Solomons stated M
would hold Ortiz to his contract.
Eeutrr.
G. F. S.
Dance & Floor
Show
..r -
II BARKADOS
.1 \TIC I'LI'B
"illy I
1ATIHI1AV APKII mi
. p.m. *-'.) u.m

FLOOR SHOW Mini irni
la.Jt p.m
II IFRFVS TraBD* .1
MMa
Fcali1:
II.MIV Dr .MIINTBKI'N-
Kmp Of \louTh-Ori-..-.n
TJtc Man wlio <'..ii imitate
any Animal, Person or ThinK
CLIFFORD I'ORBIN
'The Hagtat ol "ho Banjo"
ANGELA JARDINE
"The Songbird of Ihe Wmi"
GEORGE AGAR
"The Wizarr! of the 'Ivories"
Ith
DAUT CUKlilF
"MIMraai of
as AccomfMnln
LOTS OF UN
I. II CillTHl
AMI Ml ^11
FLYING SAUCERS;
Y..U on ... ih.m ir^|,
"Hhii. fr.m
(ASliARINA
i. \rri kv m ii (
st Lawrence, i,.. t^.
(Open 24 hour

D\\(IM,
lO-MOHHtIM
LVICAl
Mm-lii
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Dinnd

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SEA nATHlKR.SOUa

KOi! LUNCH
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u- l.lt-lds Imiv.,. I
(mii Uat BraV
Devsiaa Mrtgtji h..u i.ivr
gartaaj Uwti raauUrj well, bail
I l< II ..... Hi I uii.nl Ul
all lairneM.. r\ped praditliui.
le-U .,i H

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saaaa.
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EXHIBITIO
PAINTINGS
BY
The Dutch ARTIST VAN YPEREN
AT BAPxBADOS MUSEUM
29th April to 9th May
10.00 a.m.6.00 p.m. daily
Sunday 2.30 p.m.6.00 p.m.
AAWn

ll
Tin New
s 11 Do It Every Time
I. I KNBW it! '
' -.O JAC .'.^EMCh! NO ivO--
EVEN TrtE p^ips gone!
=. ERyTr ns WAS hERE
I LE-O" TrE CAR
__* BROKER
C V5..S -AST WEE<-
.^-. "By Jinuny Hado
THATS RiSMTl1^
b-ave EVERyaaoy
I BUT JOuCSE^! \0 ' nAVENT EVEN OPESH
THAT REAR ENl
S.NC6 LAST SUAWBR
W^EN WE WERE
,LOO<.Na POR ;
JUNIOR"
MAVBE T^EV UCTThE
AiR OUT TmEMSE-.=S-
I PiPNT ukk her
CIMCK ABfXT US
NEVER TAKINdOU*
car!
]/ he woulpX
TAKE "HU 60A"
ROATifOR A j
ShORTCUT--.'
there v,o\t be
another car
au3ns t10.the ]
evPSlESHITTHe
R04P MgXT A
SPRJN6
l/or / f w tkml
PmfmH
ifi'ftmiii,.-
OH.yBS-ANPEVBN
1= THEy CO CHANX3E
itthe spare ks
.'.ORSE ThAN TME
O-^E^o--1:; -
is a Suit r.nlnrr.l
by us.
<>nl> Ihe Finest
t^ualily Suifings
Marked only
lln- K.-I Wi.rkinji.-hip
xuar:inl.-.,l
1.K.T
m MH
AX'tifU
(. s. mm
.v (.. EH,
Top Sioreis in
Tailorinu"
PrhafH" Win. Henr> Si
PAA
Via Antlm
TourUt Scrvlre bctvi-. |
San Jnan .iml Ne York
One Wny
Knund Trip lM.71
B.M I. < iirrenrv
*
Via T.lni.lad
Touri.l srivitr hetw.rn
Porl ol sinlii and \.w York
One Way tttS.4]
I!..mill Trip sa I]
II l\ I arrrm .
MIAMI
Via \ntipuj
One \Y.i\ Bound Trip
lltl M 3.72
K s\ \. Oaartcn .
EUROPE
Iwnunoui Oovble-Decked
Clipper Service between
New York ond tromotlaniic
poinii. Ove'nighl occom-
modarion in New York City
on through flight, to Europe
ot no additional cost.
FLY PAA The be.i -ay
in the world to travel
anywhere in the orld
For further information ond
reiervationt ron.ult yOv,'
trovel agent or
WAUFRtcw
World .Urha\ s
PAA
0s Costa & Co Ltd gioeS $i
Ptien* ."I?? t'-*r tdi :,
BUILDING MATERIALS
Include -
<;\l V'AMSHI I IIKKI (.AH II SHBBBI
ft. :* aautr
U i mimi N ( ouiu i:.\ti:ii SHF.BTH
6, 7. R. 9. 10 fl. x 24 saner
IVKKITK COKRUOATKtl BHBayTS
6. 1. I. '. ! 'I.
EVBMTR ASBESTOS WOOD HAT sill IT-
tn.ll It; i fi. x n It for ( Milan
KVF.RITK tin. SOU. IMPK & FITTINGS
lO-fl.. 6-fl.. 3-fl.. Mi InnUn
FLOOR TILF.S in Various Sizes:
WKilr. Itrd. Choralalr and Sarrklfd Crtaav
I'llllM l!T. tfkM
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WOOLLENS :-
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WORSTEDS :-
TWEEDS :-
SERGES :-
LINENS :-
DRILLS :-
WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TAIlO*
SUITS fOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Can Be Seen At
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OF
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