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TWO -.( MMI W>\IH Ml. MM).\V. APRIL 3, ,, i Qahib Calling MR. PHILIP HEWITT WRING. Public Relations Adviser to Colonial Development and Welfare < backing; camera) shakes hands with the new Comptroller for Development and W<'lf.in\ Sir Georie Set! LCCktO it the Baggage Warehouse yesterday H ON HAROLD ROBINSON Chairman nf K W I S A .irrived from Trinidad B.W.l.A. for discussions Senior Mistress rriav wISS W I <*" ""• by B.W.I.A. for discussions with iYI Senior Mislresscs at S. Mr. E. H. Robinson. Preside! >1 School, returned by the Barbados Sugar Producers the 'Colflto' yesterday after spendAssociation. Hon. G. D L PU • mg nine months in England <-n ;.nd Hon. H A Cuke. M LC He holiday returned to Trinidad the ifternoon Police Chief. Gold Co.it H/fR. M K M CommisMotier of Poll %  liens and their daughter Miss DtirdeColk morning fro-n the 1'K where they will spend ar*o\i*. six weeks* hoitd.iv Mr. Collcns who was a member of the Trinidad Police Force about .' Superintendent told Carlb that he was now visiting that colony to r* ues during his polire .tays. He said that he is on six months' |MV Ukd the rest ol the time will be spoilt in England, the mnin .. Cricket (era During his short stay in BarbaCoL R. •' %  of Police with whom he spent II the NiKcc.i Pottcs Force. Eight Months at Oxford H4H ACHILLE P1NARD. AssUtant Government Secretary in Dominica is on his way home after an eight months' course at Oxford on Colonial Administraimn He arrived in Barbados yesterday by the GoI;tr.>. !* %  henuntil he eBfl ISSim •' P I passage to Doir i Nearly Two Years M ISS Nell Archer, aft. tug nearly England returned yesterday by Bto". On Long Leave M R w. Nlcholb (WO children. Margaret an England. T* weeks ago. tfcey are Mr. %  with Mr. MkrhaJb %  > tfcJT ? Rev. and Mrs. J. R v of Belleville, and they expect to be here for about four months; he is on long leave and nasn t been home in three and I half years Engaged rr*HE sagafi nounced on Wodnes-i i ning In Trinidad between Elaine Hutson. the di.ugh v Dr. and Mr1. R Hutson of Antigua, and Mr Harold Bm younger son of Mr and Mr I i. rrer.-i. Snr ,, Roth Bakaa md ft raid i known in Barbados N them used to go to school henAway For Iwo Weeks M R. A. E TAYLOR and his grandson Alfred Caracas yesterday by B.W 1 A They expect to be msfes, Young Alfred is going to Caracas to visit some of his little Spanish girl friends, some of his Barbadian girl Inends on toe Hastings Rocks may take 'a dim view of this.' Mr. and Mn. Flying to Valparaiso M R H C REYNOLDS, tinnew Chief Officer of the Cable Ship ffltctri was an intranllt passenger un the Golfito for a Prom Trinidad he A. II flj i and Join his .ship U* I ship was Ritreaatr stationed in Singapore. He is relieving Mr. Cross on the Elecira. BERGOUGNAN TYRES IMAMVIIOVN i.Tn.-Oistributors tko Most [a jerly Awaited Motion I'Muro In >" • Hermetically Scaled Unit • S SMI OamMM • Ml stcrl Cabinet. • Kruiiuiiiir.il In .i|ierale. YOUR INSPECTION 'NVITED THE CORNER STORE JOISOM smes i AGAIN i.i.oiir. IOMI1 al H.JO and MONUW :< A > %  KVSK tHH OENE -IN \IR.\ Mil I m IN \ii.\l-. pnuhliurltHin M "Mike" Hunte • Married Yesterday Y ESTERDAY afternoon at 4 o'clock the James S ti l l Methodist Church was attractively Id as Miss Gloria Warren, daughter of Mrs. Beryl Warren of %  Ravburn. My Lord's Hill and the late Mr. Byron Warren was married to Mr H C. 'Mike' Hunte son of Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Hunte of Ethelridge', Bank Ball The ceremony which was fully choral was performed by the Rev. Frank Lawrence. I The IJnde m uscoiled up tho [aiala by bar brohtar %l>Kennatk Warren and she pit beautiful picture In ;i cloud pink latin dress, wll fitting Ixxtiee and H< was held %  lulls. H.t inakekCJ m Bains Kn %  %  I Dorotbj : : i %  %  the Untie was ths Brt %  bossed organza with off Ike shoulder neaitttne Hi of the an and held in plaM Of white flowers. She Vletorun posy of whtta and pink gerbtl Hi C Allans R i man. and at 'Bev.'ili'.v' Btrathcl] The bappB to spend then oon at Edgewater Hotel. Huth>heba. wbsMauia %  lUSC With Molly RJJJ 'ho-nowi^S the Golfll* tna £2 .... Mr. n T Uadmn, leh, wLTCfi '•wo i wiaWsl? %  A Leading Meais, M r T w EWORK--. pently in Battondinit the ctmfeT ol Ciwtt J I nt the litCi— of his stay with his fr! %  Km?J InRS. Durini Mr. WorreBj number >>1 his fnendi mm* uncheoq J& S % %  them were Mmi. v, C,(k*.3 Mr. W W. Heece, KC £ General. l)r L. Wara.MrDi Ward. Mr H. A. Tutolf M' C. A. CopW'ti ment An.il.vst. Dr. A. hafl another visitor from TTOMMT Kirton. Mr. John PerrelnLi Bronki-r n.l Mr. IW tf M.C P. Mr Worrell. wBoiij 1 -of the Anai] to Tnnidjjd] ' I the Creole r ie to be rustfi two. During taa Iso saw ass 'i % % %  '.Lurounibnai Molly Radcliff'' Arrivei M : liis wire. %  %  Madams ' DanciiiHMr. M. v ; %  MX P To be Married Shortly %  %  morning bj i i iri>tn Van Arrived by the Golfito %  > %  Mr. and .. tner In W.l. Once Aw M 'V COWMS, III llw West Irdies Iki. ins nur >nta* iho "ColBto" imoutcuBH Ho iol %  in Barbisi the Went !ada one year ago. ( KHI.t O.V THE rows GRAND JEFFREYS BEER VARIETIES On IIIM)\. Mid mdnHlMSUAl ltd >l 8.M p.m. Wttfa I.ANDY UK MONTBRUN (The West Indian Bob Hope) and a*n YOUI Hall Tit k.i-. .it these Shows for you may be the dinner of one year's L Jieplmicntary to the GLOBE or a Case of JCFTkl PlU!, MlltM.% SHEARKR TYROM POWER CRVPTOQl OTK—Hen \ how to, work Ui V \ V III II \ \ \ K LONG! I LLO ^^ Cue letter simply stands for another, in this examule A fs used ,tl ^ li iU t L '''? f r thC tWO 0ft ,tc Sl "K' f •". •!>Uophies. the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day tho code letters are dlflu* Cryptogram Ql taM sa B14EZHCR RFMHI WIDCTIYYL IERI MY PZUIR-DCJ LU ERT. IS RAUL ALSO MOsfQ THE iilm cai %  Schor.t In %  e film I %  %  £. J t7i r %  iff— A BO.10 nrur b> lwr!"" in inw^trt*' 1 W —. %  ypu must *•**• %  !" whi'it IUU n tP>. Vl In which flo> '" %  btaaciiiDK Kt tP""~w-i_"! Cryptouuote: |PROl*Hfc:T$--i BAafUSL. it AOOuBfl. 1, • %  •^T.A AUIK; s T.IOD f. % %  >. 'yl RETIHA to SCHOOL BOYS SHOES ^ TAN and BLACK 5.23 to 6.40 T06RALCO in NAVY and ROYAL IMITATION U0 LINENS IN ALL SCHOOL COLOURS 86 and .94 EXCERCISE BOOKS. INKS. PENS, NIBS. PAINT BOXES Etc. All VI I.OH IMIH IS BROAD >\lf&



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T „ .-ntV ^APKil-M. HIM _______^ T vk tt> Appointmm* .4/ Tfle Cinema AUolson Sings Again* SISDAY ADVOCATE 1UBEE m Knusd %  "! iihs. .ike up <*2„0nenl >..Ui ih; By G.B. !" iiZ !" ever •i ppcars h,s *** h S„ "' a s P r ' kl n e "' new Jolson and his wile j L |, e „,,, ,V v ON THE TOWN continues with his ret ur „ ,., .y .f.er a pcricM „, iVS^." "d %  'ollow. succeas hir'm ,n ^-' r "". .at] ihe granlini ol .. Jolon become dan, d *< K "O" UP I.U work. Durln. the S^"* !" *' ""-i'" '""ever, he goes ove„ ". < ? mlng the troups and , h J" Munsnln "-">e three goM return, realiaa. thai lime. I '.'ilnilel> plan .<>• have one rlotou. *=..* inm limes have . ^..-.,. taa. c UII. changed one-hu type of enteric,,, c uoe rl0Im > "" ment is no U^SZ His marriage to an A !" n?,? "" '' ' ^sslul n ; "" point. anT'hroukt £!!"* "" *"""' "'" ' %  iragement. %  he ..: %  '.-ears. ucress""and "hanntae-. sia ln '" subway, the "rain, culminating in his ,DOM %  •*• in ••TlU !" IhreeloilndVera-i Story" which I. hi, own life 2SK ,^ !" >""' w r .\H.l J1L1LN. Kelly falls in love when From the technical point nl nor *•"•• ,n 'he train. Burins 'lew. the nim is skilfully lumdltd ;''""'' *• •'"" •""' aadla """' %  • !" S? I'rk. mimin, Jotaool ,„,„". 5K ,alli " Sl,, ,r ""I A "" S*"? 1 ,|. .actions Miller, a glamourous student ..1 %  K "S a, in ve. sums "*' %  %  '""• %  WPOlOf, whom thrv "* *l, „. • hi M! '%  U WKKU. as tJ he atavS lho Muaauni of Natural II. ,., uubelievabie. Parts ^ar^o "' ,h r m '"v "" C*|i^K?,aSu It.r' !" W r,oJ„l,„„i n ^;. b !" Eventually. Kelly and. but he has been able, ihrouil, !he T !" ""*> ">" %  I laUHK of her trip down from MU"Ul inutpretaliun ol lu, Me ?*'} *"' rrom ""' Empire llW she salo that it was a nnd the uncanny capturing „i Hu a ""' "" riotous roun i !zTajihiful one and udded Jolaon's Denonaluv i. .... imd ai ISpi she said that it was a =na tne uncannj S -^^^alightful ape and added Jolson s personalli It was regrettable that she impression that It . ^uu. % %  .1mil.I i.lf .. .!._ lallty, io games, nliiht-cluba. Coney „,., „ i, jpl son i,imliland -"here they have a dust-up che would self on Ihe screen. An nmum, w h '"' police—and liiu 41 tnHI w.^— ..I -. ,H .-n Hrnrtlrlun M-...,. V..^.l Ban a enese' lluy T.C.A. Pereonnel [*V i I %  III Leen visit sjneok ihe recei raoibank c.rc Tarpon 'roni V. :.' i I Mr. aud Ifn s M. Seaton from Toronto %  i. !.-. . 1 In .. I Htarneii [rom fin on Monlij. Mr. B] ...II: irrivi'd frar. L'.K : Kky airJ th< IM Ocean View Hotel. Wtfk's l.niss Sf.ir Slorelurn so soon as she would self on Ihe screen. An omus'no w h "* PC-'ice—and linall C, liked 10 see ihe West Indies sequence shows Parks as himself P Brookl,n N>vv Y"^slaickel being introduced to Parka as Al The rath r llimsy plot is more Jolson and in another instance ,h0n m d up ,or b y "" ' 1IA.NY I.CA. personal kas AUolsoi rlanclng and the catchy tunes that Ji en visili.it; ha. badO*. "• hm <''! '" "• 'he Jolaon double' J* "SSjfS „ T Sounds like confusion of the wont 1 Vc !" Elle and Kcllv %  "' l"<"klnd — but it's not when seen ,. ar 'y eood and executed in %  meal " n '" .in formed by Ann Mil: ,„' ""'"•" Haie, as Jolaon's second "t nd Ihe Ih... 2JZ i' Ju !" "',''• ,f WlU,ou a doub '. a " *->concluding w„h Ihe riiougn collapse of a large dinosaur. I. one u UsmforH from f n, COB,er >'"' handled her role of Ihe most amusing hlfhll Mb Mrs. Tom llamford from in uioroughly compete,;Um. RTMLJ Ur. Kin..nvrd i'i""' he numour a d MmOn The Town" Is brie).%  y,;;'; ;;;' ""^.^"j. - most fi.-. ,he ,., %  Villiam Demerest as good—and It's in Technieolour. :;•.: r. COMMAND DCCIBIOI. l^lirttend.,,, ;.. e „i all ^''T* -'"i "jSS? "" J! : '' "> • a outstanding story "rStalStlian .. ;,:,!" J,K a,h .,f'he war, „ showing at,,.. 1 U„.k. n ^ H... Theatre (Worthing). To quote _,,!?!, I Amongst the interesting higha group ol A pOLONr.1. :l Bloodworm llghu o( Iho „,„, ar „„,,„„.,„,. ..,, is a sludyp „„,„ ||t r „ V o. C.u.i A.. ... ,,,.;.es shots in a studio during ihe military, of the in\olvcd siraiegics 11 making of "Tho Jolson St.; ..,r and of the responsibilities a scene sh iwmg the method ol of cuinmaiid, cowented chielly recotdina with the problems ol a !... All the old favourites that JoiGeneral, who must weight his own son used to sing are heard again convictions against the —"I'm looking Over a Four Leaf of public, political and military llaby Face," a ke Cable in the Regards To Broadway," and a lead seems completely right, and host of others that will take a lol Walter Pigeons par! is notable; us back many years. the supporting cast is excellent Elondie Comes To Life HOLLYWOOD, She rwtttb rvtunwd I i Od would have Brimiiccti wood (ram ifoay. thmugh thii %  QUidruplitlolntll) nibbiit-] %  %  %  %  who is known %  %  loose with additional data from %  %  of the kind DSKWCHXI in.I'hlladclphw, in our pictures and the con lllondie's BUM is Mariana .. hoofed and emo%  tar is Mi:. .Nlcholla as Dorothy MeNulty bcfon Mrs A,., ., llWi wood latched on to hor and tund on Bros I matlc work io i (ictrdening Hints For Amateurs HIBISCUS iscus IK >ucn a lovrlj i trows so easily that n i %  Thu is tho tune ol year when iiot people cut back tneir .liunjoue, so it you have not already sot ...uve and useful plant, now is the time to get a lew cut. :->k in. •HHJ seldom sets seeo lot it is nearly always ; in cutting. There arc ties, both double and Mugie to choose from, and all of the ilowers are beautiful, tlowerrlgbt through the year. Hlbttoui IlkM ta open sunny AUUIIHI. 1'he bushes. Mhleta will attain a height from 1 be grown .ts a hadfe, M atal shrub, or as a Standard. If grown as • tiedge, cuUiniis a foot long should !>e planted in a criss-cross position touching each other thus XXX and each pair of cuttings should be a foot and a half apart from (he next pair. Plant a second row a foot in front of (he back row, so that you have a douBTe IOW of criss-cross cuttings for Ini i Standnrd Slandai. t% charming, and are not dillicult to grow. Lgbt cutting from four to six feel long, cut off all (he leaves, and plant it very (irmly in the chosen spot, staking it If you think It Is necessary. After i( has started U) spring cut it lo the correct length of three foot, and laretully cut out all the eyes along tho -talk except lho.se at the (op. Allow these (o sprout but keep (hem well trimmed in u bouquet tirn suffiBUtt tho Standard does top heavy look. Mibist us Bowers .we lovely in the house. but unfortunately they mlv |TM ret live lb* same length of time completely water, so can be arrangangr way, whlcn makes up for their ihort life. Mibiscuplant! an • kad by Srnle HUght tldi nuisance looks like small shiny brown lumps all the plant. At the II will be i.odcrti ibat %  nd that the plant is %  i<(en Hook of Rarbag that the Boot] M leaves is an accomlight. and %  lesponsilighi The i laea getting rid ol king them iiestroyling water has been dotw %  %  iiy to pruna the BRIDGETOIFN PLAYERS Under the Distinguished P.ntron.ti*c ol His Kxccllency the Governor and Mi : Present : REBECCA (Directed by TOM MctiEK) :AT: THE EMPIRE THEATRE ON THURSDAY. MAY 1ITII. AT 8SO P.M. and ON FRIDAY AT 5 P.M. and 8.30 P.M. PRICES: Orchestra and Koxr* SI..1(1: Circle -1 .nil llniisiH4c. and Balcnny 48c. BOX OFFICE opens FKIUAY .1TII ul S.:t(l a.in First Aid Headaches AliiSiitzir briafs ilnsant tiint Whan you need Firat Aid fait for the pains ot a lieadacha. laka Alka-Saltsar. In bubbling, •ilarvMoant action halpa Alka-Salisar'a pain-ialiaving *t i.i to go to work fast. Not a Isaativs—you can laka Alka-Settser at ANY lima. Drop one or two tablet* in a glass of water. Watch it tuu and dUaolve Into a iparkling. plaaaant-taiung drink. Tabes el 13 a\ M tablets. Alka-Seltzer lA.aOftATOtlll, INC • IUH1H WW/ WilllM I Ol' I..IHL* ad. Colum%  %  • rlaugnters. — I S.S. X PAN-CAKE 0 MAKE-UP ...if gioe$ gjjmour to beauty You can add new tlurni and attraction to yomr bcauiy when you Icani the axt ol'make-up UpttfKttdb) M-\ I'juurlldtyumkl M.I I.CIOI Noutwoo* % %  •m.uf *anu Interesting ilasscs Jaily personal instruction. Plan to attcnJ now. You'll rciv your own individual color haxmony iojl.c-upchui.jREt. (Vjo— Its? for you ,1oo BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! 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PACE FOlTt SUNDAY ADVOCATi: SUNDAY. APRIL SPAXTAIX-EVERTOIS IIS GOALLESS DRA W BABLY th, nrd to have witnessed a football match lot haltlo to a u .valleys draw at ••Jamaica Sixer'* New Cricketers' Cocktail R The team* were somewhat evenly matched. At the ttart Everton were on the ofTen-. Dehidexecuted some good forward In* four again •* %  threatening their op. Tits' goal, but towards the end '"•' J*" J nn*kl>UI -kfil" tVlIYI-1 Wl'btt 111' tltt IdllM". I'M hnm till _.' • PM and itl know was born on finding out .something about th May 2, 1901 and formcrl> mined 0U1 PM • 1830. The defence, on either side Satxtnnah Trtmquility Tournament IN MAY SKCOND IN BATTIM. \M> HOWI.IM. He w.. one however;*.," soW."ana Everton'* fj !" *" 8 TS*JS,'S 0 S J"",custodian who o, 5. two .oa.JjJjJJ -b_jnW, J i j III IDC til DailflUbB Ull IIIV Mt> „dlx>lm,,.-,v,ESTS J^ l' th ,'i •'""" %  Savannah ELM Club. — Harris for Spartan on the otner — h(1 Tranquil.it y have lire ages for Worcesterstui-hip games. na(KL d(d quite wcll on t ne com^i,.;,,.,] Q, toam among AST season he was second in both v i 11 ready Is F. Gun Munro who last year defeated the Local Singi< Taylor and Dr. C. Tranquility's team are: — MEM M (ruchle) Nothnage 1 F Hun Munro. 1' Wadell. A. DeScandella. and He scored 851 runs In 26 innings. His highest score was 166 and his paratively few occasions on avenge 34.04. li ' amm but no had to rxert himself thli was sufficient to earn him second place in the bowling averages Evciton started oft defending tne pions %  > > vZ .even wicket, taken a. a cos. of >Jjj M ber ol lha 18 M.C C loui „ rnrr „ w „ hc ,„„„ o( Individual amount ol wickets on any side durum UM tour —30— at a f(trir ||} ,. rlUrc .half Cadogan whi. V.-itcuil. D rost of 38.2B runs each and sent down 511 :i ,1 alter running several T S His lelt arm slows were tlwayi Ita p a ct ad attbMUjb %  :,r.l\ !.. kick the ball away from I.ADII trated too much on naj %  halsman as well and will obviously be '"•• ta) watch in that team. R. Jenkins, alow leg break and googly bowlet wUl !• player that will surely earn considerable respect Irom the W.st Into! In his having been "sent the M I .... • %  % %  ***ii _. In AH inmo( U.' THE "JAMAICAN SIXER" is the name .f a i %  : introduced to London at a party given at the Savoy v the Sugar Manufacturers Association of Jamaica Indian team now in England. Invented by Mr A \ Davidge. winner of the 1949 Jamaica Rum C'CK-k'-ail Competition, it is made ol the following ingredients: I ACKNOWLEDGE with many thanks a copy of th, -BV,^ naica rum; 16 Apricot Broed r s' Review" Volume XXXVII, 1948. Founded in lllji? Brandy. 10 Creme dc Cacao. ^^ o( Ule Bri ,„ h Bloodstock Agency Ltd and published _5* Dash of Peach Bitters; Dasn or | —^ hau> ll ^ Bme a | mo t the bible of British hr~ _~ Grenadine. Fresh lemon ice-shakes Sir Pelhar. the Urn <"" '" "}" lha Bloodstock Breeders' Review" was one .f the four work,,,Wt*l indies and nrst played crickCOMUlwa by him to ve-ify his facts and round off h J7 morning Tn."mfnitwurl with Th. other three work, he consulted were : "The Racing c^ !Tn !" ve ncUooy bowling to me ..^ General Stud Book", and ••Ruff, Guide to the Turf" along the gallery round our house. It was a perfect wicket I had the great honour to play 'orjhe -—^ ascriptions of horses and races not to mention lish of owners ol me !" N U. !" -. m~, IIUUIUMJ luice these books have become almost the bible of British hon rfcj^ ,: lo have they become from year to year that when CaoTri ronunit nmwnp sa t Oown to write his famous "History of the Bina,,: 1 ••I of the latter are mainly reference books listing straight factual a^ we ma) guess that the Bloodstock Breeders' Review often haBB? Mildred CamBlades, Everton's InslJe-right who bridge, Miss II. Tresti..:l. Mi. was on the verge of sending in %  C n.v.iteuil and Miss Anita "stinger" at close range and which Rcid likely might i Al1 "' 'he above players have %  '"" "—• -** _„_l last season culmlnatwith Kv rton continued on the attach who is making his first %  ] luded M %  %  there was witanc* foi wbiefa nessed some tine head passing *•Tlw l^cal IWi hsu not yet forwards in Spart..> %  The danger w.. .iveitMM ''' ladies hove t teDO* and soon after their forwards MI -.,.., : ; (or the first time. Laft-wfaffl I <• got possession of the bwll n( j and centred accurately but no one .;; ,*.sition and the baj ha Quickly alter, Johnson .t kntlda right who was now sjBttinfj Inl stride, received a go--' ; goal area fi.: kith Of the goal. Spartan were i name A few for scoring Captain The tournament l !2th. T'dad Merchants XI Tours SI. Lucia The ST. LUCIA, April 28. tourlof Merchan: from Trinidad, playing a final Test iidi tide the moat at them t.oal.,, V|| ., %  %  :.|. tot*] of 240 of South AMCf. & 1.226 runs an inningj of 10 a.s ; •• rUnSCflCh (HMMh UiAINSI MAN1 TO! KIMS R .T.D.PBRKC the first ball to the optnlnfl bgAflmeo ol b i probably i ""' Iam '' Australians New BjaJ Indians West Indians have been opening U "J 0 ^ against Wore lVin ,,,t, """ rlumV T '," ^ wl the first ball of 1 %  liiael Itfwi '" '" *' In 874 overs he captm %  "verage coat of 23 n nil . L Outebobn bottl ,„ passed the '.housaiui scored 1,178 ut and — l( f n T^ run runs per i WON -l\ IIMIS W OBCKSTERSH1RI in tin scored V : Thev twice ddeated I tonshirc M,. *! J"' £^ „ „ I Bklmxr Rlektal part„ County ol —• ,„,_,„.,,„„, m •;'a '.Jo z r J p dr ,or5h '" WHOSAYS SOI 1 I I.H II I d Jm Zar and Shuffler wi A vcellrnl displays hc vu ,. d ^ whcn slumps wtn " %  li awn. wtthoot unduly weakening th. the left uc'iuamted ri _. wing and to a slightly lesser de.[,... Keith Walcott on the right truUu|i ,1 you ibOUM SUtl building your next b , ,i If th. v. HOI (i\ \ PAH T 1 *?***£ ln,l,erTe.m 900 th .t mtimate stories of many of the leading personalities o, „ came to this country. I am too ;urt The story behind the history so to speak. T TCfc old to boast—but I'm "8 and not !ribule cou ld be paid to this book. out! Perhaps you will forgive me if I mention that I made a htinDuring the last World War the book naturally Tiffertd. dga dred. I remember going in to ,„,.„„_, u, e i, c k of paper, but a great deal from the scarcity ig^ bat with Oliver. He nearly ran me B( inimitable style of the late Mi fZ Happv Visit was forced to giva way to more brief accounts of the doings ol EW Well two years ago. alter 50 thoroughbreds and the sportsmen who breed and race them g^ years' absence from the West lhetaK the books lost none of their historic value After -j, indies, I had the great good for^ ^^ d d nol relurn to normal the brief style continual v 1""' e „ „„ F ';;;, 1 S t £SSST Sw^d. TkSH !" ?l ^oro ^ back . fuller stories which inake for more ^ %  .I" •'"" %  >•• _ broadcasting reports and comcan assure you I had the most roa dlng. It is to be hoped that it wiU not be long before th. ^ ,, T 't r ii'.V", it, i^l mentanes on the West Indian glorious and happy time that any Edilor M r Bernard CSullivan, will have as much spate, k (",'iituu an 1 l'.'i ' ,our bel "; ".I dc """ 1 man could h "" 'V? sphe !" i^ desira. and so do justice to his subject in the fashion set by ,. I captain ami IOI tn> (l BI n ngements In this connechie, i was complel. ly spoiled. %  %  " "" %  "" % %  Local Team pr llarold Skeete ion and hc lal wlvdra hl n kindness, hospitality and Mr Moorhouse. been selected non-playing ?n whi< .„ lhKe broa dcasts will be „„ Mio „ , h>n nevor forget. But what pleaaea me more than ever about tins latest T^ |.'.oI..,'..! %  SIR 1-1 I II \M IV MtM 11 W.I. Cricket Broadcasts "In n* part of the British ; nd here m y West Indian pride must be pardoned, is that lira, Test MatcfWC Ball by ball comEmpire is cricket more eloaely ,,„, tltnc | n ,he history of the Annual, there is :i |.i--ture ol M( bout each day's foUowed and more keenly pUyed. from 10.15 to 17 45 GMT on EnUmataani U play our Creoles winning one of our classics. Of course I '-nee I coming out because I sent it myself, but that does not u from lit.15 to 14.00 GMT will also Mateh. the whole pi Pried <>n H* 85 metres, 15.07 megat;-1 with ears and everybody i' ryine the match And -*o well educated are the WeM Indlai ded ., ., .oild History of the thoroughbred, fur such a '""" A hat the Bloodsto..!: Breeders' !. %  -. e beetan i -"~^T.X"''' !" k ing eommentarles will bo given on (uilf-hfiur's play befon decided to 10 back ci and the Tet Match i I tIAll Hi 21 on the %  "tith r .n grand style i. attempt! at punchfot |K loss (lt G U) ,k,. t ,,, before i uncn niin 12 no to I2.'30 GMT the school* are lven an extra 1 ball Into the ri e ,j|<,>c of play. 1; <- metres. 17.70 megaweekI call that proper education arhtfUa foi The Merchants XI W04) UK 15.14 —cricket i* the jreatent cdurahalf-time found both teams ouand elected to bat on .1 perfect 1., %  halftinn you ran have. tiring but still on lha wicket Luncbthne ilndnig the hour of th* dhya ptay from IT 00 -i want to warn the English for that initial goal which icor* 1^ wlthoul [ 0 n.30 GMT on 13.84 metres, cricketers—my countrynv m Ighthl ''.he difference Josejid 878 meg*, on the^three days of vcry g00 d. Next to the Austra,.,h Kallo, went quickly after lunch he match. May 6th. 8th and Mh. vi7K„,, ihn game Mmimad '" U ,,er ,,a,s wcnt Hans they are the best of our following matches: .Ticketing Dominions and T think MCC—Sat., Mon., Tues., 'bey are going to dc very well In May 20, 22 and 23, this country. I don't want EnsKACING IN KKNYA WHAT IS ALSO OF ABSORBING INTEREST in thu rdajt ve book is an account of racing ami breeding m the cokej^ Not that I am so terribly interested because thereby in that colony, but rather because of the intern! c| tav oade with racing In the Weet Indies. Now the racing or bnreding of the thoroughbred in Kenya ran old. There is also no doubt that it is not on a very !q %  cause 1 sec that there were 195 races and the total ofered amounted to £15.755. For these races a total of JH* 200 horses were in training. Against these figures one mi£ht a* that we are better oil because in the same year there were 111 Olnmoron flat. Mon. Tues., land to lose, on the other hand I |n the Wesl j n( |ies for which a total of £114.008 in stakes wnp -1 'OIU.IKMRll MUM H WI--I ir.l liinim. 1. neat Ivlirii*.! KMIIIHI lb w b enirk Nliinialh IbW., b Klli.k Ull krt-kpt. I. Sirwarl Clark* b Einck n C. Juiwr iwrt out ... Extra 17, 29 and 30. Mini.. Tues.. I, :tl and Aug. 1. Glamorgan—Sat, Mon., Tues., \ 7, and 8, Middlesex—Siit.. Mon.. B ClIcR E EIIM'k atawati M-l 1 %  Heece was called upon to save and did H well especially when Walcott sent In from the irlni il falrl) i i When Bverlon again got going c Pul > • 11 lha left wing not the ,T h ^; !" i, 4 %  1,1 —< • %  *•"but Hen was ——— euity whi % %  notonlj lo avtm ^parun: Han 1 %  bOB amm I |doj Hayne., Walcott, iohnaOD, Evelyn, lshmael. t nase. hu .,1,1,.., th. hMdR0W1 1.1 Mjet,8 QilpWir, ,,.,!! Bteede iM Orto. C01 ',.1 Wilkin wa I ••• %  %  -.till to plej ini'i.l. VOI ^^. l i81 Ml N • N UndwaU, IMU %  %  %  ,,f the Ural wet 1 v. a the %  ( UKNOT AN Al S1K\LI\ ins bein| the eaae, it is obvious that the West Indii Uwtlca of the Australian team since ther Aug. 26, 28 and 29. commentaries will be given from 12.00 to 12.30 GMT on 16.95 70 megacycles and on 19.85 metres, 15.07 megacycles I7.no |o 17.30 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles With additional commentaries on from 14 45 to 18.15 GMT on Ifi.lli met.. %  -beginning on Saturday, May 1? 1 tun U'ginning on Saturday, June 3, beginning on Saturday, June 17. Hampahlrc beginning tly 1. • winning on Saturday, July 8, Derbyshire — beginning on 1.-. 15, Gloucestershire—beginning on Baturd commentaries will be iven on the Opening day only from 14.45 to 15.15 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17 70 megacycles. All Match*! In addition to the 1 in the day's play will be afTan 1 ;. every day of want to see mv countrymen do vcrv well, which I mi confident they will do. I should like to ate the match level and Ennlanii winning by one wicket you will M how very neutral 1 am'" -B.I* P vided. while 329 horses took part. But where we suffer by comparison, in my opinion, is la afj of the distances provided .'or our races in general Hi particular our classic events. Owners, breeders and traiami Kenya, have not apparently shared the view of their Wes a. rtsj when it comes to Judging the capabilities of tharH it is found that the Derby Trial Stakes is 1>* mile. East African Derby is lfe miles and the Kenya St. Leger lfca 1 Now I am not going to suggest that the men who control a I\WA|I.O11 \l th.1 ReasrM id •< Caraaam. %  d ut 81 LsMAard'a Itofcrcc: Mr C. on jemmott. My *lh: Rrd Unn-i ihe Bay. lUfr*M: Mr. B. RoiHlvr* v. COIU at St lii-fn-M Mr O. Gnhjuit St jgrt lh lW vW.-..1I '%  :• I uT Stall IUfw: Mr. J. Anhrr Mrimalt n N il.* Bay. RcfvM: Mr. o WntrTir* vn rUrkli-TiMDird'i. 1 SI Uy< Old llu>< n WJV.I1 S(Kirt> t'hib ul Shea. fUfr: Mr. B. C.ark. 1. ktapta .,: iii.r:il:--T Laei M-d BRIDGE BUILDER DIES SYDNKV \ SH Hal; I 11. ii. .in. 11 %  mi. match In lha Waal Indlaa and bulldar of ttw world's heavl"i" 1 hy *ould w iwraut with thp ridiculous statp ol airan Waal !<.n, Jamaica. will oa glad to answer I match stand now b> hat (i on any ol the above in. %  1 %  1, % %  to toko I B. WIlllS -Hi in —( -11. Press 1. Ttu , .' ibaaa In u ii CAMAREES WINS which Is no. dear. A J ll J? W ^ RKE 7 ,1 tlnu In British OuUna la „ NEWMARKET, Ap.,i K. 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aajftUl APRH %  #. 1M SI \n.\v invn \n Football Fixtures „.r I.IM %  %  %jn> EVFXTOV CopP ,n fsSK %  "SkroV SPARTAN MICOSD DIVISION ratal' MVMWM -__„, .. I VM.PC TlE.1*. R _22T MM I I-*"'' 'JS? 1 *' YMCA. • %  III... -*)? • aSTl: UPC U "J'lUkKM •>•"• %  {£,„ ,. IWM Bulk l„. —* N " ,V '" M i,.i iini-m* 'ygjGfmm' %  "• ni,(i Coppln ta*a<*j ""?vfll"" I AIM TON mchartMiv^ SICOND DITIUOH %  %  tfSfcTv.Mre fl I Amor?PAC.K HIVK i 4ft. lin. Steal, The Spotlight Arsenal Wins F.A. Cup For Third Time 100,000 See Liverpool DrublwH 2-0 English Football Results %  MUM ** ** %  %  ""'sPAin-AN hwPIIU. Br!,ir* D W 3av*TBran rnviniON *89rJ /'SHELL *I 8to.k Bart JOUSEHMBH'E''" FOnTRESS a\ g %  Mn i i R,f,.iA I.hmac-I I (SS ihMnli-t Hull IW-iC. Smith. WILL v. NOTRE DAME at Stall Brtrire F Edward.. LODGE I FORTRESS il Lodcr %  ;... %  .. PTKWICK-ROVERS v POLICE M Kami*.:'" %  •Jrt*-L Ti %  •IMPr EVERTON at a***Ha %  Table Tennis %  TJtCA. I vi. 1 aw. at :. t 1 Garltan >K 2, .>t oo p.m. Kmrark %  HV t •< BVtrtM vi M l .1 %  pin BMrU>n 2 v, V M.C.A. 1— %  -' EfoaKtyn n V M.PC W..h>.-. i^i^HL at sao i.. lUllI '. M p in tWtnti 1 %  HnMiv May J. -r Abaay Hiring v, V MCA I llMndiy. May 4 -: MW RITI YU.C* i * %  Ma, 4. ai ;.* o n %  Bttiu .• Bkarnrocfc Thur*d. JSrlion iHn-pklvi,prldnv. lfeff i. *t • n lirtnm vi Ei.noii i Pndav, HjfV-t 130 p.m. nnUy. '^^ %  KS-Th*. InUT'Club Knockoul ^ %  VMinui will -lan iwx( SBlut•jr. -t tan. Ctm. Timr 4 n m Poui ulivrf WEMBLEY 8TADH London, April 29. %  : %  :i h.ilf from the t< M of LMkk ltd Eteg ;. % %  iiu-ir opponents, for wild go right. [ndaod Liverpool forced eleven corners tc. three, but the opportiKi. i raiding Lun.lun ft (he south %  well-dc M torv. %  OIH) fant, paying new %  aw .i keen r.v.-i ty of ihnllp. Ibey ,iv. HH LOW %  %  %  •"i V Hi • loving forwards, who swung the i but il.%  I pool. Joe Marcer, thi i tain, bad balf, while Scoettili Lnternational i the line. el ind nun : the foi ttle Jimmy Login well at i, %  %  ed off. I minute, when Albert Stubbing, the L wan throw from Lidclell. but ing he centred across the goal .ii to pop the bail %  ;oOd foot%  l sand their paas*-> • %  Mien U1 nth minute Li %  UnVulty ii tting fro I PU1 Taylor had to lea v. to lUgtll %  •oncusston On his ret' %  :i First Stubbins .. %  : nly the %  . of the advancing Swindon .. Stubblni heading Liverpool".-. effOi % %  %  mptoi %  ool: Sldluu Spicer. r Jones —Reuter. >\ April . I \ < U|i I in.I -l-.l DhMM H.II.I.^ 4 *'1% ..... atvattord llOld 1. ltl. %  is. Canlii' %  ton, %  lira* 0 .1 v la* VilL. 1. B..H.. II %  %  %  •ooltaatl li,i.r o, \ : .-I -...in.h l4MWm UKMWh II %  'ra I IhiKl IlUtu** Soulhwrai %  i llwaU 3. llcMn Norttumpioi %  i ilium Utiilrtl 1 ....... IN II %  OalMltvad J. Hanow 1. il.m.Town i ouiham AihhriKI. Hartl 1 I Mlad 2. KoclvMalF I. Wivilum I 'Kh.M.L. %  I %  I % %  i>itm I. Foitai Alhletn J Itraltr. Rtrin Prevent* Four Guinea Yesterday on. A from being i ad the 1 lib involved i iinorgan R< i Oval, and the tatun v B Yorkal I or ( budge Univereiw v. B ,, Oxford Univerait) % %  terahlre .ii ' %  iniii -..,. %  ., i-eused the poasibUity of uoini; the Soccer Cup mu like thousands of phi, lound they could no; Basebali: Mafor League Games NEW YOHK. \, : III the i laaguw %  vare U St. l-imis Cardlnali ;t. Plttaburgh i, Clncinnattl lUv. < Chicago Cubs E*hllacR ipin.i \Uiletn-.s |, Boaton Hen B % %  it Ti.... | white Son Browne —Router Flying Saucers With Men In Them %  n*' mllitar\ : %  p.ianc capet". Pledvabuena. in seuthen Argentina recentlv In a letter to the B newspaper La Raion. fanner Wllrrede H Atevalo. descnbiM hem he saw the ftyii •It landed sotuj on lh> 'bout Degplt i waa latch* hmv %  ... ... i ,,,.,,. %  • m a rhin e which 'ggtve baUaaaM rular plati %  added— .. ord Its itructu me other iigbi meti %  erlceJ gia oabeo Poui reaaed in white, iiiht cMl %  itaMted UM %  tha diaraI ret. i.^.iiim%  %  i*ire maiinei Tfuu :.. %  in' %  '" % %  r added %  i i. IIIAH \-i|. ire MH Uu 1 ... i I Mutt* unlit op ten tiagan moke and i i 11 lose a^ : %  moaning sound and within .1 EM ->' [i..nn in %  M that .mother '' icnlne Covered In the kv U the Mist A feu |^ KaatHi printed the lettot ten reported thai th afiniatry oi NaUonal %  %  %  millt .11 authontle further datalli -I.N.S. BOXING BOUT IN U.S. MEW YOHK. April J7 II lenllna Haavyweight Champion, hat here from South America to soak match with Rocky Roland of the 1 mteil States. Hrion lost to Ro' %  • %  -' em lb in in Wi Mman -f the InternatioiKil Hoxin,' club "ho met Mi nm 195 to 20 1 pound APRIL 30 NO. 117 RACING WTES • Horn p,r 4 b i E Mil %  IIIM ...liiiliK I I %  fur mure nil' mixper day. U publto miKli iircler thfir mom-) I. ,. s twe minuUa. inatpwl of 0O>, Mora i I Bmm BomhiT ami I. ii.u t. i liora.*. The Austin 104&$7%G A TREMENDOUS LEAD! For 15 years Michelin have been making the 241b. pressure tyreProfit by their experience NEW 2 AND 5 TON TRUCKS FOR 195. CAB : Roomy. : ... %  %  . aCaaalni pegsyj AM %  FARTS AMD BIAVICI CHASSIS: AUSTIN -you can depena a* itl Choose MICHELIN the supple Lyre of quality DOWOING ESTATES & TRADING CO. L (ICISTUN BOS | ... 1371 1 174 BAY STREET • BR:CGETOWN %  ltiN MO, 0 ,,„„ coaroai The Topic of Last Week The children, are lively aim $&/ % % %  KLIM is so good M <7 it fcseps them that way tm >oi ELSIE the BOPDEN cow KLIM^MIIK flBST IN niflKNCI T;'I woeii Wall lat in* lali in* >ton in DaiMMl Hr i.wk an idla >UiM mm %  inn .* %  Itaiiu.To (allow a (HMM man r"ui Trliu^adian .1 | Cmmm ban to glv* a aho* IhM maiul atl Drtridaa not li> aw Mir "pa—>4M>" (cllo* Mu liaopirol of %  OrrMM .ik.. ^ llolU...| ,ia4..ci 'Hh • %  Kraa* 9*IMI..I %  -o Kobon look tha> l\ 11 •W lu'B nwnwy thou ..nan Ha rM lhii homa la.l t laiu im'ra lao •Ac^-MfhicaT l • llrajcl faonna Uia avar think aboaC boy You prt-ft-r iraach b4a chat. .ao HU oh! Iu b pallonl Don't trawrt lUbart (Kal way rhara'r* moro ahort uahtcti aopir> li inroad nui rn*** .md mui %  wtm-ii iniaara -* our door Wr navr ba*a lallina Uajana Th* —nu'.hiMd dil laat *t*r Mui like -Jvort iiataiad ia..They j.. liandau*d *1Ul f* r fair IS OrW rcnu-mher %  Silvilcrin DOES GROW HAIR %  ihraaJog use tiju rboa 1 %  Slhlkrln Lkbpraiorlc* lid. I %  I inland. „ n. rU. .—4 hop* lb*y need To our .hurt-Habtad leaden ..in >ou n*W, lake heed Moie p*opte will b* liappj Mar* poupl* 10* will lay %  ir OMBU-adei !* %  ilnnk JAR lo-da> spontored by J & R BAKERIES mukcra of ENRICHED BREAD and the bUndcrs of J & R RUM Write Direct or Airmail (or Fatherly Advice—Fret A KEY POSITION.. KHIST CHOOSE YOUR I'AKLLK iCCOUIIiBCf •tiatiss tin • 1 %  sums • sai MI '• CaJriailT CRIMIIiai cmt siavicc III 1. mi '""H vM,,|i f naiKiimii s.p.i I BIPI ( %  II. Mu* > % %  0; %  ! %  uaaiatis WI>ITICI aatiiciiiAiisa %  Will Maino tliaaiiiriliadiiai t*! 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PAGE six SUNDAY ADVOCATE SLNDAY. APRn. Aubrey Beardsley, Illustrator Of Britain's Nineties SITTING ON THE FENCE By NATHANIEL GUBBINS DC e up in Ihean.l Duck and return. Ar' morruui reeling bilious and delord f he ha. seen part>. ^i? Do :u ever feel that TM* .-nolher like RN Rira^-^xass gs^^***-* By JONATHAN MAYNE Of the Department of Painting, Victoria and Albert Museum, London just The la.-t ten years of the nineteenth century—the period known in England as "The Kim' provided a literary firework show whose moit effective rockets an'! • set-pieces were perfectly \'.stole across the Channel Oscar Wilde was at Its centre, and set the tone and the pai-p of its chief manifestation.* at the start But Aubrex Beardsley. its only important graphic artist. achieved in his pttifuUj brief period of activii a fame which has pratM lasting even than that of Wl* In an artistic life of a little morr than six years he became one of the few English illust-jtors ever tn l>o known throughout Europe and Amer.cn And for this reason. if for no other, it is appropriate that the fiftieth anni versa r deoth should be marked by a glance backward at his mirk. RearJsley died ..n March 16. 1898. in nil Hi had come to maturity when 'The Nineties" were just beginning, and his work, after %  false start, became a*most imme %  '. the perfect mirror of hi* : v circle. Th. "The Nineties" considered themselves as being the spiritual children of what they called the French "Decadents". Their main characteristic was an exl and effete delicacy of manner combined with an emphatic and exhibitionist morbidity of subject-matter; but they . %  rooted in the "Aesthetic MoveSX-^phVelKim"whi?h ,h "h-d tie, .uiry. He arrtved in London at the age of 10 and been thmost vigorous art moveipent several years in an architect's office and should had not beer. that of a friend and collaborator (his was is eiitor and he was dismissed from "den io either a Zulu or staff of the periodical whose nani" an albino, ne had helped to make. Tfce hite man's Do. \ D ^ k r£L a ^S if he knows ..dlord Dog and '.—1 like that remain Ducf Then asi e landlord Dog an .liiousneu if certainly Dog Then go back:,^ Dog your own fau't. and your wife ..n Mee !an ord Muddy IX .robably have been just as return ^ Yellaw Bek did not long survive Next Platform Beardsley $ next pu form was The Savov .rope and intenti Remember that littie things are sent to try us. and if your wife ..'.tie thing. you must haiva. courage and bear iiemember. also, fetal ago the worms in the In garden, have a message of love Duck an' go back ddv Dog. Then go home. Bumped Of! At 103 ,i,jeal oi. the films is old fasrionci stuff" is children's or old men's rrom U -.".Hr on the secrets of Hollywood. of this. I have written Ihe scenario of I talkaa called Thunder and Gums In which ill the characters are more than a round -'OK DURING his short HI self as the perfect illustrator of name for himwhule literary epoch—'the ninement of mid-ninetemth century Following n.eetings with such important figures of the day as Burnnture. January 1896 Beardsk-y*s habit of alteram phase I teen DOtM %  '• trllow Bl oack to) Is Savay %  i %  -i %  i il part in lus np r ea ow how the par%  och may be inilined i<> .-.ill thi farad..imp time ahe T!ie VHIew and hope for us all. And don't hundred years old. hich was con-. r get your morning exercises l ede INDIGESTION? Try Ju$t_ England—and it was at this point •t that Beardsley's art first touched theirs Prc-occupied It was with the painting I Burne-Joncs. the most fan the later Prc-Raphaeir.n, Beard-I I i>re-occupied. Although he had arrtved in London S'huTl. r* in 1888. kt the age of 16. Beai had spent the next three yean first in an architect's office and . Norte ii' \rilui' %  .. '!"• '• !.., : . w •* Morris al I i epper. and vinegar to taste Work this vigorously into the pile, adding the yolks of cold. Wash cratonnof In bran .ncluding O* four handsful %  k* an afternoon ••><* 1*"' >n muiUn oce m gallon of water. Let t •immai ,f the Dog and Duck while the Lot it bunt U .you Ilki I >thers climb the hill %  efreshing sleep. IWak to Dog and Duck. Then =' %  What ib a Husband? A husband is a man who— 111 Has n* view* of his own. ilt Has n Money of his own. : ; %  llu no secrets of hi* own. I l • lla no will of his own. I i Often has no bedroom of Inown. ( rrUlnly has no einarrltes. hAndkerrhiefs. or UMthpaste of his own. ..ually the %  io — i %  i Prspotes marrUce. II reivwd. proposes attain. \nd again, and again. I'. ii.r the wedding. I'uts he doc out I'.. *-. KM rent. 1'uLs thr cat out. Pajpg for his dsugfaterS >i edding. (I] lfuts his mother-in-law sat. Pan for his own funeral. Let's ,-> Hiatin^ nse to Thousands of reave decided to publish .i delightful hike tn The G'. Countryside. Here it is : — an excellent hike for men first to at .tppointment Then take I .V.ddle (or Big Widdle; it doesn't matter wht hike. If the day is hot. the less active ONE DOSE Of This > Just one doc of MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POwDEP relieves Flatulence, Heartburn, Nausea and Stomach Psins due to Indigestion. Prove it yourself today! But be iure >-ou get genuine MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER with the signature ALEX-dMACLBAW. i Dog I i:t of Dog and Duck to see baa returned. Having %  d yourself that they have ralk back to Dog and Duck. ifle hike round Dog %  Love oi in. rorka from a tachtdc^l point of view. But in th. Ion for elaboration, bl ability to leav< DJ part mcovered, prod i lUquieting and I %  .it,,i I I.I po page i :<• -ip his mistress' for example — but as le the designs seem to be than some of bis May "be ugly but not gLLUo work and Mane Of th Hideous, cross-eved little J waa doing at M ay grow up to make some moni inBavog t,ic, nth And, deapita protrudli DM Kheiiiiiolil h xth number of The Bavog moat powerful grkaf rock%  icking round the tij. MV husband threw a hammer it me .mil thru i Ihron il it hk mother. After that there was B .. %  -niT.il row. and m> huibainl threw a chair at me."— A young wife at Uie Poll thu ihmg call* Don'1 Be Born Beautiful One ol %  lomathing or tnoderii I mind if their children cause they usually grow up l and make money. RED, repulsive little Willie, %  kvn atg) to i %  'f? like a deudly weapon. I %  On ( %  f this dm wing i* < %  I %  " %  • imagination Win: .1 h J "**< "i ava i %  Uxt m i<; "!' IfaBsni n-^-.k %  .i Halaoat %  i i ith i pei lev %  aid not red u itn Inn I in VatttM K.-.k i ii> to be wonte In 188a U A hole movement Wota A Dyfanj Han By the end of 189o. Beardsley %  %  of age, but he had stiff* %  outh from tuberculosip, M On P4ge 10 ... Hut what's the use of big boo eyes If you never get a rise? And though he had such dimpled knees He'll never get director's fees. —L.E.S. YES, it's true.. 8 out of 10 American dentists say—IPANAdental care promotes healthier gums —brightens teeth i( 8KAU US A. .oi'tf :=:=:* K*SM=S3SSS*eS^S and lhi . L^EA\it CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD—AGENTS hXTRA V I Kaua rielaulai daa" . heat of m nan M i ,. %  iu h a p i ll IOI AMM harmful, pow.i-rotbmg posita. KnJo> a %  • ilh Its* enr am. I Ml :_.| ( t Ojr Summer • %  Psf-ai" Sac'ill i ,V IrnhS" .. la top *h*in Cot katf NBUDII *• %  I Vour 'Happy Motoring' sforfs of i"Ht ESSO SIGN Isso] R. M. JONES & CO., LTD-DUtributor..



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T W'1.11 (II.OR FOR Whal Has Mr. Kaye -I \ll\\ M)\..( N II PAGE SEVEN U MVKIIS .._ I don't suppose a %  I"*5JL hut many art mude_ Jon suppose anyone wlU performari 1,5: 1 ' %  TSt In F.i-1 i L .% %  hal p • • in future %  omedle. .iboui oui A juni. • rourni/e i„., alll ra p(o v ••mih \r >.....!... KISS. Hill SI /ff/prr/ and the Dragon I'ills—M n even, '0 ( %  rtcon pi ••„ Sleevi BY %  %  S-hiit he i %  SN.H.1. o( ttallpicemurabtc. To Horoih. I human %  "• rigir., i'i lovely fc* :i KLIUI t.< %  rung girls iBcial. D' %  Tvativewom.n DoroUtf Gray— %  %  %  told her of Mold their %  %  .11(1 -lS %  %  iv III til.' r of I %  '" %  %  worni %  %  %  z 1 m ;-. I %  I t* %  %  %  HIK, pi. %  %  %  I K.i*. v 1 HEARD %  1 lilt 1>\M!M. \ I \K> "IVhot ah .,d-j(i. %  %  i %  %  t-e flying Slum* Old Slr— WT -R:\ Tdr.n *'t n Mr Vi. h %  I %  I %  I I %  %  I •••H\ \ alue %  % % % %  %  %  H Snow' don M imn-h f ,.., oum ii'i. |U) •while "l "II %  O H A ilu 1 boaui) enm thai is a -Ireaimpnl' ^^= IH/lll^l ^(lll J l ^. preA %  • i" % %  :r..w.iu.t I .udiiitt. gaaviiafriMai J '•Kill lh' -. it ia appltrd . •(• irln-mmtuts I '*>lt' I niirt mi... iierd* no I iiiovf^ ,1.0A T MUM* s*4Afo AMI ntmrnm/A ... Iho Iniiilin IM'.UIIV in uiur h.iii H HAZELINE SNOW" T." 1 \ || m;..i CHS VELD •-[ %  ..lid Inter* woLdarful ,..:.dred thousand dollar*. C %  taliufter n d the befl | Doroth) ition which --Ion on %  1 -*r.. %  wi—i all %  SINGER Dressmaking Classes Our Sowing Centre is now '%  quipped for courses in: with i,ii'-1n K SHADES CnSjiirf$ fy FARIS! I %  ... iw •* % % %  daAHMr RMT i*d to Gam t H to MMI IIh. in..-.-: ha I .1 W. • • <} %  > " C ^ HOME DRESSMAKING First Course Starts: May 15th 1950 o 12 lessons in 6 consecutive weeks. Enrollment has already commenced Full details available at The Sewing Centre SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY LIPSTICK & R0UCE• <£ry BOtTHgBflJj Broad Street Bridgetown.



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•77 g-SBAT >PML . is flvic Circle Meet May 3 n il Annul Unti l o ;: M SnarJi agJr iii i T. Ma, arc a. %  "* T a., -flp IIIWII erf The — at ox "* acoan•* %  M^.'SEra MBWaod to be •x vn -'•'-*-"-*1 %  ,—]. j DM -<' '•. "*: MHO ta !*ilM pHMX of tbe Paroh of SL mu*.M ::..K b a — *• %  JaTa?1 *> %  %  -' '-""rajO %  %  %  ^. 'kB can ownafl and IL _. H iff, mnilinml PACE SIVE Jamaican Prrjbvn Street HandicraftsOn Square mil High Standard G*?/ \ewLook •aHat tool MMi aaa aUra-t nne:a-n laa*~ wlb>illil a, Pratm 9Bm Sauarr Tba Sfcwe told !" < and ralm of -Jai UMln %  iM rtj aaa*n* MM aaanly a oai|t %  %  Saortze FnaM Dipim IM at tat •an to tor fact utat ir* Dr J W p Hartcaam CD MI V HeI ••. I AdMf %  UfWI H r Uortmor • Private^ Se t ie : p. m and W wao hat oaea AaUv ~ Mi PHUt. Decision Naried SIR GEORGE SEEL \RRI\ES HERE Fresh for your Pets ! PI UNA w mw PHIVA IAMIIMOH Mi a Ca.Ud %  aaMaaes =eo* on Tat ary irM i n a. raid Mia ftinian Popular p acmK ana I m iooktr. \dlucal< .-..,. G fit. oeaartinant ware aafBaa OW aman fa tat bin of -u Mr M 'pIXU | room esses. %  * %  • tsja*-aa ttmtmn ^^^^ %  gttcr, were also j-e n __,,„:•.--_ en Qu :. %  ferae em* *-"-'. %  fas* hu. ran go men lares JAU-H VOONEI ..1 anu •apeneni ***.* as-a u i theer way to tkcBui Stand flea* thai the 11 HIii %  a -umuiir vearttber %  ea-fcet on the *oe walk Mr^re*W it* _-•_* %  • <-f trayi ha%  K" W I Cricketers Had A Good Sea Trip :.r West %  -a *ho per %  GMrt. I Srcr*ttrxrtiQf ^erseeu piirtlliiMfi Furthrf ctown at J i1e-mgll HfKJ#K prOc^V %  VOd '-O.C .• fjf t-i •-nere t. re-mmn • -owwui For UM om-nc bg Mim.vn :-.:r--s -" Mt-tn :; Jo >,, 1-3; y ;o rrrttiTiie-w made _-., •- pp.J motn-' I -ta-utr, .T-w-or -•o tpenaiitft%  SOTH STAND UITY ANIt QUAIITV M ttOen -. • %  %  TO l. . %  o>\ K mis l.l-T \ ( .W %  Von .jr.J tt-e: w-.trr-n.iri'--(i -f :-< • -t. *•Sc-Jtti*ai r uo evet Owne _nj W 'Otl. os I Hi •fc .*_ -Mr. Wara Hiocli bad c %  tat*: %  C-.ld Weather r-*e4lr.. %  the X*-.< %  %  %  Amaoc Je Cndw-T I %  otber nunber 1 TWria UTULi IOHIN'. IfTit. Vda u*r>-*t rcutfi seas Seanuesx.j? (Useerm tjirrt • %  tenQM nooey. %  .vbco they was no LU, Ora^sa abou: had P rxmtrac* • •u -xaootTa. tip and down aa ti fted uet %  B^KU: was broker. •• %  beec pn-va u>c* out a debar Hsn* ! %  arc %  hi *M iwa*a f ta-krs f.irt %  a.**-. %  i %  > sac the crews abando o cx. ame day %  lats-rr. I„r, %  il-ra. Canadian CommiMumer Inspires Local Scouters %  -aC-fsv Boy Scouu for ;he i %  ,... %  intpu fiaj-baaos Bo> %  ser Sra. KAUAKM laWO. m. AMUI n, UMI %  Clarke. h';-i,r.~ fffip Put On Bond '-,-. lorry 01 Iteatatatad On 1 oiiiidiiig Charf/ it<. \ ^ lil)\ •••' %  * ** '"I I t ^ I \t i lll-M h l.\f 1 -Ml.I F \s MI SHOES Siu :_;, 1 Ml \K! Drill.1 (r 30 p. :our wKkau. t*. <~.| KM.SMI anal M. eack BLAl I \t I saora K.14 pair KMpat, tt-2* pair DVKD pj,,^ 11 and I'YUl l.illl: I .._,„ Mhilr R..tal >na Natt. I Mil I'KF UM fl SHOI v -1 > pair RIRl : II '"i tt.ll a Bait m! -1 2 rath BEE Rjti. /„ *i IWtmjVBMW %  iden H il .main Pe>na. HARRISONS BROAD ST leafn T.C.A. Plane Spends.Might lli-i-' uonratiffl a -ad sea cut %  token or ':< stons on .-. tatata „ : rtmm A.:-, U man bee.. ."J^JJJ*^ ISM %  ooe of his csuef utiereau, otber than Cn-r.r,—i, t tTscouT: enoec graebnes o>. %  sriaiTrtetiarice IfcVKor Reflisting Police ,(• /N 3 MONIES IfaMalaM] fkV'r" 1 !i* i A.McL onThtmL%  ** u to be oatc in :,. CMta OfMBit Aimost Dai/y feature At Ptayjieid ~ raKtrnitLg, aeawatal H -fat -t^e tbe adjoinifig sea. SAeep which were r ttsmt* piSffffffi atat-o OM i-aceainai started, ware back_on the field fry aod -ith -:-3 took tbe k tni lmg -~ "e pbasueo .ha: Seouum ., aSnowM|iatc^-j .f. be asked those praeertt u • Promue an •o ->rm reported P^'Aed > --iied ihe r and Hoioet waa ii' -•reed. -.star.:— — %  •"taoo the me-.INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT 'mtttuf&mh •,. .-!!^!r^ '""i" *} %  % % % %  *• Ust Scouser has ex >na -uted that if %  ie amScouter did no more th. Sheep which were routed % %  --Vl 'JteiT firaoun* when the vaca act Worship Mr atarted. ware back_cai the field involved in a motor the craas u much dent at Blackinan'i Comer. Si coccd for trrl OM'QOT m he heard wen, arV: f :ramploaaph. and was taken to the that bor Mant a aood C^ Ho fau<.. aaxl thatfas^lr~sV onrVsKifaf boau are hauled up just Nurse was walking along communii.. aad that rosBDuaait arrested him beside the plartWld a*nrf are being BUtKnM.i Read when the %  lost finally that city a deaoeo and repainted a> in, r.|f it Liberty of London . ...rtnte* ..I lint I The name alofte He Kate %  PHiMI.IJ SPIN PIQUE Lraaac reaming X uide—ae, I I nil UN LJflEH : LINEN n .. %  nun M wide—per id. CAVE SHEPHERDS Co., LTD. 10, II, 12, & 13 BROAD STR6ET * T '" IIICIII IttAUTl \ kl %  *> IMSPKNSF.D •v n we rawpafjad >• terlpUaa *r al1 %  suVT la Oragm KN1GBTS DRUG 9WKES ALL Bk5&* DISTINCTIVE AND DIFFERENT Oat Buyer 90a* y*atly 10 Ike Britiiii /oduatries I IT h guoT O D l a n Low Price. I YOUR IEWELLERS: V. DE LIMA & CO.. 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' \T> BARBADOS 4i ADS'OGOI -f.._*..i I'M \mn. > IM (.•irmar's Speech -,eWI WM 1 rrf *p*' ..:..-: :.. : %  rjv.-.' .preceded by the Set%  • %  W* "H • • 3*1 And exatr laiagi d^iiii %  % %  hu %  I -.-.-. %  amsasi tkma f.xceUency dismayed %  lemark'• % % %  I -ietailed reSata-Jfn fee th* %  BpraWHMBI of ...... nOtCtotm • appeared a tufe ration in tf< %  : the djfficul_r^ aaaU ee *-xruseble coneidIhjg Kijmd of ices of experts and thee • • • •-.*• lact ...•-> the -aaaaaaa enact) *V %  easing Sor aasar* year* %  Ha Excellenrya %  • • %  a*etag .• % %  • him %  'I. | THE JWEW IMIESIHEXT POTTERY Ol THE HHMIE %  ami .. wikleuwas. -on blinded by idcolocical prejudices Thu question shou to know jf the wiaa a .;. r* iaapaaaeai IM peraepa a UapeaHb" %  taiid ow? <*.;! be f.%  land TW -J . •Jon/ad br the am of iae ra.x-.eM and wbaa .m Surprise-: (onrfrn Manor to til the vacancy creev I rafite,> i Dudley L*. ajajai a-. %  %  x* to mnj ..-. Darlaadoi % sobers of the Legislative Council need not !" en and women war middle age but there should .-ationfor the eleva' •ne island But q %  the extreme youth .. T*W Councillor, the appointment other mi -tinf section of the community to a lefulatui' members if eojunia %  %  -eat ive no nv-f* no* THS covneooorr wong AT PLANT POTS From 1 •ORCHID POTS WILKINSON BATXKS CO LTD c. s. PITCHER & co, LTH %  ir. 1 in' MfKHIWmjm. IVU> •>•• "'*" i>vr a "" *— %  •* *• La** 1 *J I (KIMlli a Ml asaaft r aaa aaaaaal '--•• ---*-' •, .. ..MRU*!? and ai. atSBBOMi 1 Poatcr ry at %  -'-!VI,(,'.-< IUIIW n m % %  -; Ha. J D i %  MM M P MM tUatdMk ai raMM Ml 'VHlpai. CashahaSd .iwtof la.fd HutoB to e>B>fta laf 1 pHainllDl. THAT ASK y^ 3 YEa4R OLD COCKADE FINE RUK YOl 'K> IT TtJ ^^SI I'rlaWdJM \IH* H*a J l> ( .-f,dlef MIC .*J % %  edge I %  %  >* %  - ku#l u+ Mr M+unr* RfcWf M< 11 \ I %  ra | ,,.!. 'IIlr*l*r.T H/ >*^+^^ Mf \ IV-A'B' .n4 !Mrv I %  A "' I 41 their ... Ca* pa,llHa,l1 k Ml • aHMaty I MM -v I Mjty : COaat Of M DA CCSTA & Co„ LB> HAU.AU AXb ELECTRICAL DEfAETHa* ill II III AIM IIS S\i: N .iin .tl l.as Is Vital To S'*nila r> Imlasiiiis i I J fj*-l urd w. ^ moi i — mfca W larHB •-. • u. wi4 In ofavtuui that li-r fual i ; ;t-M.M *M ing gp i a vr Tbr .; On macti .U uin# %  fhflfiifii it ij vtuu .i rouiaf cnUrpriM %  %  •fj"' %  %  *? ** ,M **5 taould hare lb* un of tfcte • %  %  • %  -**? to M HI iirr:. JBMMB tsonihi of u- ud j latwd "*r.w:' '<**JB • %  • *sMl HM .jgM toaU rjo< taHV M • 4 "r**-tti —*f T %  imaMH-T ifMjtnM tat 0l '.-^•4. Prtvatr in.uMkaL Ulaf Mr.aC)T Of I C mmmr ttaf tt vuuki : i %  %  BAi7. f,.././ pMt Ibe a* '-.. lUhMft M •Mfe. %  I %  HbM L' tUi is to, hat about a £iiJ >c*r a pi %  lot of SU*1 )i Ah* wbita gtJri %  f—i (S+*) Bmtl ^aHHna to %  ha (a>ng> frora tar. %  Maiodat, that < %  %  %  %  vif.fm whaci • %  out IV**af tb T-." %  up Such tUnl taka pU> aVf*aHa.B**>a hi UW • %  bay MM a rMci the art vaaa niiaff of tha h* ka-m to I a>w w c-*a faMh



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r\r.F TEN srvnw \nvor\Tr VI'IJII Home Of The Thoroughbred %  ured ol pro%  •broadly %  peekfnf, ii one. Nor neeTi we br %  l>c-aiing it. so i i tlisalion norees. rightly %  %  metal : .ill her hrc*ds the (hat il I" eaj the ipi 'iirand thJi oi nip, mi< for the %  eroat it | vhen wr I i Kinnri % %  ^ina the hoiri f the thoroughbred, we „ hui the Mtart id .mieed breed and .. the thoroughbred, hi I %  s -oteri %  kil* ol Mil hrceoer-. Mid theii knowladge ((-cumulated i i unnli(a I •uuhbrcd and to %  eprodueine; hi. tud frm. imaller. |and in many wv leal ewf*man) tud farmi ni atd •trwa thetr %  %  % % %  day .is the* | did w ' '.hieet. MtXirmhott first laid the found %  "ftiMif •' the Royal rtudt at El'MIIIMM % %  Court, ne*' linnft Staf.ihneatHiry How It DinVi*. tud farm 1, • .v. i red" nuiided b\ %  %  fli* ] %  HuulMI clock in the are must J • 1 • %  i %  (Il Site %  %  %  %  M n | clay; %  i with %  m ell. Or.•!•.•<, Keep \ oar Race Ticket And are %  to the heart Of %  tor ihe unlmtiaU %  not neceaaarily moncv not in a laige nun i To begin certain that thorough! n ing can l>e made to pa %  of people have Found i the fact that n large i umrer i majority admlttctlt) expecting to make murh moncj %  pi. < %  HIM A NobleRrr-eeli-r father <>( 'he preai I llhelv -ucceedeil m making I i of ahout :MW rt-< 1 %  %  -.pic. th* %  ; Si33.000 %  %  %  %  I stallion.. iterhaps not more than ha highest Krndr. plug ibOUt MM %  '•nnd—and stallions an tud terms %  ipt inot %  %  :n.ludea hundred SYMBOL!) <>i the Influence which th< Bi %  %  i • %  . %  I %  ; %  bark on botl Mr kVBI i %  i %  % %  .,. Hi %  %  | %  %  tod ire public %  %  .i 9 iffolk; sn I %  %  I %  %  %  i %  % %  M | I \|HH I.IIMIICS inaj b. in' %  ol "hum %  re .iinK.M i itat rlth %  fan i l %  %  nd Ihey %  i %  %  own itud i until the following rear; the %  n month' Shortly i" ft ... : %  %  %  I 1 %  Pi I., \ >%  I i %  i i %  NDOK. %  EpJMl race track recently cooaaded immedla:o aatnwnl Blao learned that %  Itetl until M leant ten minute* ,if(er eaeh re*pe-ctiv like this I t5 p in. rare the name Prince wa* announced i £ ihird. A few minutes later the judge altered hii decision wtoan he found that May fair Frince wn< not even a runner. The third place wan Riven to the (live rite. Khatyla. but by then hundreds of show tick*** on that horse had been torn to shreds The finish of the 3 15 race seemed very exciting to the punt• rs who put 1nkaautfl," while the maon the n • 'netr nag •i.uiiiin the field. DoubUni L the photograi 1 i%hed third and DurvuifTnag-' ninth But it was o bate he verdict %  five niirint|| %  Hancock, caused a minor %  OBttUon last aeon actly Inter* %  %  which had lo stand bOl mmutei hi %  i %  %  i to I \ s Lighting Plant O/M-ns Soon f. aaOM %  • % % %  %  r '"i"i' The Alwyn :jghtinn •nada. manuf.i nuorescent and mcanrtci ing equipment ure flnatt^ .,.. n ,. .. n • if prod Jamaica %  firm has had to discontinue | of poVMTfJ .'. BUI K %  M %  .V.iolley in lencj appointed the Milage chilli man Thoma-s II Benn :i Justice of Peace -it r Anbre\ BcevMe; %  •ng nonce lishci theticallv punduated accounts of haemorrhage H tired from London to the seaside tope of recovery, and from then until his death -n March of the next year he was to move from place to place on his doctor ders. m i onvaratan to Roman Catholicism took piaci From Bournemouth he went. h> way of London. :<> Pai Paris to St. Oermalnen-Ljye. and thence to Menton be his final restinn-place But he was still working and in accordance with his previous habit. I new style was emerging; the uncompleted series of designs for > Ben Johnsons Val*ne are an in %  Ifcation of what he mieht have to do in nis next phase if nis phySkml and mental cnergv had not begun to desert him show n new naturalism and %  interest m the archlfc %  %  It is impossible to pgag luflflment on Beardsley without iudging the whole of the literary epoch of which he was the perfect illustrator. Exhibitionism a lOUOt his central neurosis Hut exhibitionism is no) D* failing for an artist—if II few would escape censure etMbitli nun i % %  ii uit. as it undoubtedly dM In Tin Nineties", that il am blv produces a blunting of %  'I have one aim—the If 1 am not grotesque I ing." The* 1 weni %  .. worrfa In Deeam m of IBM I .ippK noi ..now it. but to his whole I and by no means uncompll' %  IN' JH.MIIU ,111.., B guineas. ir5 250>. how .,. u ,1use. the the that his purchs %  iiits itr.i he will be! .. ., I 1 achieved %  tab rhej %  i them. The Income T .Hilhori1 %  So beautifully easy. . so easily beautiful htCti't-* i:cndT,nw M". % %  • i>Ue. Let % %  ihe too oi gtowioa,gkxiomlBp toliy manageable Hryitoam mkei too. RcincmK-r ilve jpeedf, : uir — dry or greasy, Juk or CM beautiful rour hair an ad die latgt economy MB, there's more foam in JRIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUN HERE IT IS i HI. \ § if DUNLOP FORT he one lyre thai has very thing W l^•lrJdedirIercf^btr-e•lcokUlg % %  your best uid being beautiful. Ai Hooderful u that, tb • iiflemicr line perfume makea. Goya'< lowl'-^ perftimeii create thu mlmcktor vou 'heir bail I traaranca lend mchanUncnt ID rverv.1.. s-' . *uirt thrm vwu frel—and are— allnnng. fhal you may discover rat I'lamour of esfbmej el ir umr Gova prrvriM Inr.\gnuicca in daw handb* pbWl at ualy I* and in a Gift siM. £Z 8.1. Apply youi pcrfunie oa vour *km—nlwavt inr Q enough Un yoHto •*# M<* • BfkniH and m % %  : wire, flex and cables ITT. :>.?; \ou tn pul \.n, tfoM in I i OUM, \>. ii. intl flc\. \nd you will find ilicm ci^v IOUSC, with iivpc t.' .iitcvpiv job. Trr them—iul m for youneU. w iili 11 .->, i i [>uolop las MbiMI .' puiMjiiiit for Ihc molorul a lyre l ul in> .Jo. ccri iculuawhi.h iMctrch hu dis/ovcrex' and riflonui iciui,: fntti (* %  pve loig In. II,. new Fort n j lyro v.1. fan buili c. ly by Dunlop. becnue U i. ih, of 61 yesu, o' leader KUati* CO ITO., IIRMINGHAM. ENGLAND THE CITY GARAGE TRAOING 10. I TO. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADO? HK or LID or CNCbwc ECKSTEIN 8R0.' B*y St •"- It s QUALITY that counts so see that you get it SANKEY BRAND FIRE Mill KS Are AI %. %  >., CENTRAL FOUNDRY Pier Head LamIII). PHONE 4302 NUTRICIA %  •OtVIHI.il> WIIOIK UII.K I In. ini i,h ^liiii I,,,,,, ,„„. „( n„llaml' Kifh.-M II.UKIIS Oil BI II C\N WITH nil 1VIII1I I o\\ 111 ' Ml III! •• I. ,11. III. l. i OOOtl -l l Ptl o\ II \sn Th. TELEH D 1ST Hydirtulic Sipping GemrJ Preciiion built, and di|nd to minil^>• •train on chauii, Telehoitt Hydraulic Tlfping Gear can bo (Ittod to almott an tfpe"' short or long whaolbas* vahiclo. Sue"*/ lipping is controlled from the driver"! a* and the body can be railed or lowered eel held at any intermediate position. All Teleholit equipment It guaranteed IK twelve month*. n leiiii.ii n i tt^wi • •< %  •• PIIM la • IS — r* "->...,„#, •t mtm jv • %  •H.aOa. r .aM r Ti "•n ...tafcjiii. W fl M •" % %  %  .iK i, hl -,„,,, ,, M „ K |,„ m '"'WI'IMi EST*TES tffl limilVlil*. )l Slriwl.



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I A' 1 \." Guiana. p. %  %  —„, to la* bchn r^, j|. Bui import! ..re MM „ tan* far l V1H)t It'll D*P*" n from .No 7. W "nee amountm* n 412 guil.crs by Dutch 'urch Guiana. : day. April 16 %  bore to ilah in the river hi,. I**-—, quarter i..s: >e.u launch and %  -'the lead over .,11 ,„,. „,„,, %  a total 1,no ol 75 lulldl rhundav, 1 ventured %  'id taken |c •mounUn%  ders. before they were 1 HI 23 %  I thee %  lattei •fiSrf e'xixirleii 1.... •"Sir shipP"" 'rum the !" "Kurd nearly $4,000.00" iSTSilppcd tbi> % %  • % %  ElOMd.. %  EtfUn '•" Cauoi Ual EL TIIB than thiK year < but LToporU Cj a £ b,moi.I' in* APRIL 30, 1K50 0,000,000 ugar tried OfS Hutch Fine B< Fishermen SUNDAY ADVOCATE POCKET CARTOON "• •"•"mriANCASTBll ( %  aft Baaxlle uaB u II Ihe onl) %  Jf£1 of rxpor W I. \arsilv Builders Look For Lumber 11 -mother <. ""' %  v Mati 1/ wiu, III.(..,„.,„„„, diieralaneal %  '"I..war, he ,hi| hate 11 I £_i UK .even llsui. !a>ll ttlr difference in the 'rj this ore shipped dunns tjouarten "f IM and 1950. %  it rtiipmenls of bauxite Sri 10 277,441 tons valued %  BSjTl for 1950 to 381.032 JSh BiW.645 for 1849. \ilioealr ( orr.-spondrnli KITu the ealue .,f S930.O0O MGROWrl TJenrxporled 111 th .11 if lum%  h period. figures for '' %  peno-i list eing building at Ihe Univi bSl r "" %  Wt Imli. (ner export passed^ Ihe price is available 111 itu-.. 25 More Firemen Mnealt Owmpaaiml) QBORQETOWN tral hn Speaker Disqualified For 5 Years % % % % % % %  UlM ."-. % ....., KING Speaker n| ii„ u_ „' R I>rentoi '1,-in o .MaJMimom baquallnM ftom hold\l'*i 1 SM ln Ulc H u. Mr ..ilitiea him from battf %  !" ' the Hou>, 1 van, %  ttar is now on appeal 'Ul pending the Una! li t I" nod the House mil I,, without -' speaker and Ihe Jamaica Lartj without on* „f %  .. '", %  '.', I'" 11 "Phoid.. the ,".' 1 ""'' 1 "HI". roared :n the Speaker's : %  d bo tlM ., aw J5? 'f' % %  "•"> slim ma%  ten of vital imporl ..mien up for nan, ESS iTSS H Ol.m k ton of M. ho Mill Win .Mil U in turn is diamonds of Dd Mill Lmidi y 1. %m carats wertshipped % !" K" U 107 755 or about $40,ooo n v !" i> Coltoga arrived In .77,'nuu ^ on Tucsdav. work i .linnet months t| L> .. ,, ,.iri.t-n ; o Pallet tUnid'l94. itUe coconuw, coffw. copra, Tne >' ue mainly Interacted In AtMnaon Inetrueted them In Bre^oe leather and rubbei are crabwood arx IghUng BMI items, none of which ber. pitrcbeMwul m the vkinit, %  hiefl bii exported for the year. exports on the other h. mtr last year's by 51,700,000. flaires br-iriK tor 1950, |,4 and for 1949, $12,107.two million !,. • M r s %  Iwoeda fo< il 'uMU-'iinxs. Ut. Beott ..the lumIKT Crom the i int of vl The IIn %  %  %  1951 %  %  %  pcmUon 1 ) ofllee In j % %  waUinic ilhgtly (.1 .' % %  .-. Hkn piece Roods and :.rtiflci.,l ; '' ' Iwaertt totalled $1,000,000. *iualy. quantitj Dvetnon an aeejonlnf, Hall I-mm L'-K Bapnunatcly hall of :l ( -|-iis came from the U.K. |a| theperiod under orts ITOITI Bril H.400.570. fi |UJN.from othfi Bril m 11.992.000 and h muntnea $2,911,000. %  bur was the biuce&l Imported %  I onwUdng whii I %  Cannot Control Domestic \\ orken -"•"•• • %  ..... KIM -I In do-;il nilli.li a %  75 Moiv For Charity i Advixate orre*|wMMlriil i LOETOWN, Ai and PoUej II Uie IK-iiieraia Mutual I ioi la4a %  '.. i n i m ouaia %  m ouncillor 11 .-.As Police Launch Sink%  **• ,\d.,..ii. t ... i-.-id.nl> DM attatBC. Ugulativv Uounnvirricil to Miss Florence Ha.u. _.:.,. In CoQigion S47* for this roeele OirreaBtaeavt| %  ,i :. r V" ORGETOWN 1| I'' 11 1 !" l!" e O.BX. disclosed to the meeting rmiopfur .tiitt the subt.t.ii'tial auna of $26b. c :i . %  .,... %  Uiture and citj u.auc-Fun.i ASU*B> „., s. Mr A. R. Davis, a 1''IK> HOMVI lAi.ol.n A tuj, orlndualrtalnaUin ,i J ouW receive evci the Wrtoi ofl Port when hei %  %  •. and the %  I % %  'i Mills, return.,' *i 314530 cd to P the St. c 1 LUnlnf her >imnpa later. fed Mrs Jacob, on Monduv % %  oa, April 21. r wu performed b> Mis I the Urn! Ai.hhishop of PH Indies, in Ins private %  at Austin Ho %  pi eve mm; 1 •t the home of the limits which wi tne Mesaloo couple flew to B wnung wh< their hone> nioun COLOUR BUND LONDON. %  lliwKer' % %  aMolouied mr mail entrain iheir eyi Gavl. Ifrsprrls Rights Of Small Unions " %  '•>•' .,., KINGS 9 union ihop" trade union .1.111,11 m Jamaica has been 1 """Hill 1 up b) • %  %  1 is Him ihe ritht of woi enimenl pies ,.f -i ill parElected Member*' Duties Extended %  %  stltuliotiu. 1 1 -mlx?rs of tl., %  Communii %  and So*-; 19:0-51 nnancia: year this .iitroducin* into Kxcx-u %  %  %  by the thi %  member %  no tilled %  ) ing from %  troduce nuttfll IcpresenUtlves. but i I UncU ,ns well. The Legislature wil: pnul. for ranatltutlori rrlor to the op itlona for a new conatl • ith the Colonial Office S Will Be Awarded 1 JfeOe Scholarships n.ri>.a.. Uvtwata r.ff N N.i KINGS1XJN. %  is to bonedt from the i-'ition Ex1 Technical %  made to the : *rtueh envisages btSJaH I 1 hipa .mil fellow%  %  %  opment f ib' it la prapoead %  %  II Chairman. in their 1 i re. the 'I %  Now Issue tor th* ver lie rntlUon and 1 be %  llli .. %  I %  %  :>i.; with an annual Preanlum In^86.317 45 in 1948. %  %  auurin^ %  10 Including B mua Addi•nhio-T?"!""^ "''' 1 ,, lMl Wh birthday recent!) ons being paid ou in all that is needtd 1. %  airn "l „.,,.„,„--... the Soeieiy since 14 Oflv. CLDTIMER WEARS WfU Ql KSNKI.. Canada 1 — CBJ i'i. %  %  l 111. I'r-r-k. 11.00. St George's College Murks Centenarj %  art ail I UVMBto '<.lr.MIlr.l k with .1 %  %  % %  of the 8 blj 1 ...-11 opt 1 he 1 the Roma from maeva Qranada, ombia. SeM Manager l ; r I (W\ llospiUil ^ P....4...I KIN,, ..( the Hoapital of %  mil 1 il.. 11 hiavi 11.. Chinees Stop Sending .•./// 7V> China ISTON %  %  MtuxiK %  %  %  .,1 from the I bin., %  %  %  %  :" l^ck. Th. %  with them. Every day WE BOIL A BOMB You nu> waJJ aj|| 4jj aaj [vrnut our KIMtiMl todo an>thinf s rooeWntj Hui UM plain answer is thai W8 hBVC to tfc it 10 ttftsfy oiBjaJvoi tiui cvi-n liter pfi RBOEN1 will not OSSsitl ot boUfni HIBSkf under |i) lb per I |BiM I %  W BfVI tcniisi— oc for iiut nuiuT—.1 nnu nci hivauie Ml N the quaUt) *nd performance ol REGI l petrol REGENT PETROL ~> sterling Qu?.iity H*a Oiatributora:— DA COSTA & CO., LTD. JAMES A. LYNCH & CO., LTD HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC APPLIANCES J BoOng water in a few minutesthiswill helpyouandthisis wliatad.i: 1 Blccttk Kittle will give you. Baauufull; molcM poliiheJ aluminium, it hail quick pour. ang ipout. And it is safe—11 ami I. THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS \jmaiMiK tut cimui UUIK CO uc. m PAGE ELEVEN ASTHMA MUCUS loosened First Day Enhance Your BEAUTY with these MAXFACTOR Products I der Brushes. Max WmQtot make up Blender. Almond Cream. Money Suckle Cream. Astrigenl Foundation. Face Powder (All Shades). Pan Cake make up (all shades) THE COSMOPOLITAN MMWm BREATH ... :tox for minutes I i. h |-.,i .1,.. u-.ih ..',,,, 1 better, i .. d< I I-IIKIM 10.11 II l-v. [ I In -nVntifu 1011, more ihan 80% ol ..isis ul limpk bad breath were overcome— MM for minutes hut for hours — with a single brushing of I.ISTERINE TOOTH PASTECOMPARE THIS WITH ANY OTHER DENTHRICE! *i '** %  * mm Mmm*Wm+*mme*mmsBmiMMmwmmn0m isciusivi luMia.oAM ACTION AND tlFIISHINO MINTT FlAVOUai No. I ISTERINl loom PAITI casaau SOSH irih to vp.rkhn* n+imr*l bfimv. lo shn i sBBSMsa aciaoa and ssjsenal ssilati a beshe roee 4Mla saoeali la loeaei laiMinn IKISIIM ss &&&& 1 to* 1 for a fresher breath SAVE on air travel Take aslTaataar of these big savings by planiiii.i low but I during Usfssi Mm. ea*H.nis lcfro* lad MBj hotal rates, t" Yam a*vr tim. | o Airopa in restful eOB 'North Star" ogaj time there to visit, sight:. i .nou. .ou Mir morr moiirj SrhSIB you fly TCA durng the 'Low l-aie' seasons. All H under the new plan are good for a 12moiilh psjai immediately. Especially attractive bn Unlv Year Travel to Home. Stop-overs, if desired, at other i lal rastatS -tt M additional fare, lights to I-'iidon. Glasgow or i.icnt onward connec%  %  .iital Europe. Ask far fall lafarsaataau freea : i. AKUINKR AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. General Sties Af eoU fit. LVMIVIWI \IH LM.XKS Phone HU



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PACK THI 1 \ I si \t>.\\ U>\ 'RATE SLNDAV. vi-iii, Catholics May Get Freedom In Poland LONDON. April 2H The authoritative Ciltu.lic weekly Th< Tablet day la Agreement annourv-i %  month ma> include a secret append. 1 .* providing for the release of priests imprisoned on political chnrfes. When the agreement was first announce.! Vatican sources doubted that if WM genuine, run TtU Tablet Mid today it was a rmtdu* t*irendl whOM now confirmed". Thr fsbl*. siiid the t-xt of the agreement as publish) Warsaw Government was "accepted as accurate as far as it goes." Poll' : II U that then 15 somr ground for believing that U have mail-concessions Ii Church in .1 Inl sp-> pendix, undertaking :n particular to (.eclare an amnesty foi prie>t.v probably U'lw.rn 300 and 40C in number, wh<. on political charges. The rMMfll Mtd 'i,. | posed text of the appendix ma] also contain a prom, eminent "to adtadri many of the rsfUlsUc I There was DO reason to su that Cardinal Sapiens of Poland, I •wan that the aim pendini: wr* 0 were any diiTt and tho Poliih Inn "In fact i, p]|| in the Polish Usran I in the fore.;*posslbilitj of such i spill can only do harm.' the DSWf] "There Was SBStTliBtfcMI of I similar nature about ; ^pllt m the Hungarian hierarchy of til. szenty. wiai.ii %  %  tquall) unfounded." ,f — Keuter B.B.C. Radio Notes; West Indies Cricket Tour HI I'll III RELIEF THE rOOTPATH M [at: -rids .,>, th< western side of the Victoria Bridi;. bj pad i i ta relieve the tr.-itnY congestion on the bridge itself. It two days ago. and is in constant use all the while. 1 being used was opened Britain's Rush Plan For chunh Service* Petrol Leaves Big Gap 1 IM 7pm RBV. r I'AYNPR RAV—S.30 a P m Mr J lUrpr, • itrnsiAU. so m H--% K I I Mr !i Kl i I** John \ in mil FIRST STAGtt al a £50 million drive to triple Kingdom output of sterling oil have MMf been rushed I of schedule. New petroleum products have begun to flow at the annual rate of u million and a half tons from sections of two out of %  al plants being bulll to increase Britain'] output from the current 7 million tons to 20 million completion of this ly eliminate—dollar oil Las) proasramma is not likely to cut UM lollai gap on oil '"i I %  I race I mammoth new Internal t" K. i oni umpUon, 01 pei mil the internal L-uiuumptiori of petrol and allied producl i ialaf *'xporis. But the U.K. is only part of th Hobbies For Sparks LONDON %  %  %  %  Wi I%  %  He graduate coi "l ; that | %  %  %  • %  II you ii. "M> breadth of %  | parauV I N at Stanlow, Cheshwhich current:, i 'n j twin plant at over .25 million dollars a year Thames near for oil. S358 million* of th.ll i-^ I ondoii tl COStlBg £25.000.00. A the COM Of nurtl;. impoited dolv plant h.is lai oil (around 14.400,000 I i#|[un pro?> „ : t-aumniei will we I lr. Allmaii %  if I million tons i unit Dawn ieu Southampton. BffIf %  lll'i paal liner port. Uie lagta Insert sa Oil tompsw li.ivr I ">"! min r.< hi| loconiplrle what will. b> 1952. be the biiceM stBgle rrhm-rv in Waatan Benae i*i->. at i it arfll no :i nut our mil lion Killon* ut motor oplrit a*ran -4 hours — all from Midair t—I il. 1 I I in plants an asp u ,,n reBninj %  %  %  %  throui'.i ealui il the Hood %  %  %  %  i %  Balance Remains the bale ae <"i the sterlng oil reBUDGET APPROVED IN CANADA iprll 2 %  in tin —Renter Not i Beasffb Despite tin in i %  tai iii^ ell %  iterling petroleusi products ire •eel the needs of ... i arsi Ai>s i Miy. and |b) to the stsrllns %  lorafan exchange with which to sports Wan an annual %  I .'u million tons bi IM1-U, UM IN J -1 L1 %  > useg BOOM! (out million tons snniaalh ol sll tall ptodui I %  continued in next bottle' London -!••' gSSISSSi the oil Uuil the bs found In di Us .... %  percentags will total. patrol rationini \o beiieiil I I a. Where throuati ttas raot I i pool oi dollars be felt throughout the %  %  tat I K an e.i in an* i as "in the whole 350 million dou it unports hi ] Ins .. gap ol not less than IM million dollai .. Had niininn opsratloos in the starI ith $27.'* millions to-day, Ami thai withou .i tun of bKtfsasad consumption Mr r MOQT :iXJMBMOHIAI, -II m. M, j A (; V!Hi l-i.JL ,m B v R M^^ollooSh toijrrowN-s aa .m H* V r. -r T p m Mr D olt ilAJfK HALL,-•.SS J m Mr V M .iftSL-Lff1 "** s niiuioJaGHTWTr>WN 11 .. m H,-, V ^n^l 1 p m Mr H ""d* ETKlaVSl %  m H*v H fv J. B Broom*t>A.iJcnmi-s n, R,, j fl li'uoniM. T p„, M, P Bruce. .' % %  Hoi R R hH DBTRSCT a „ m H," intOll 1 II i-i Mr I BlaMnum IDBNCSE—II o.nt Mr W w I p m Mr r Browne. OUU. n M r. Brnr. I it.*** MA US* 1.1-THBHtAN CHURCH Oraana, UridaHowi, opm aar M-rvtoo .it J p ,„ The Hov W r. GDonoho... SpeoJm. Sub)*n -Whm i nion de*r (rlmil .if Brln1iiK Crip* i uiNaSasi rea i warmiv onroiimaM lo viail Utu (orvirr %  tuiNiroinrno wld %  o4 iv BenkSss blma .on UOSAVI VN n SBBUCK sTRiarr %  The MmiMer ORA1 illl.i. ii a m Ui w thn* BCK || m it-. U* (lpoppr MoMCdMrjiv 7 ,. n Mi Barker Slior mi.i. 7 |> m M, %  "Ml*, -i a n M, Krnirii ;\ %  ST rilKHKSA Kirl H....U-I Chur.li Bei .i i ., Ha nrri Rev H A Grimih. Celebnuil Rot II i> HoMri J %  i>"" I BH rSSS tle-chei rouog. 10 nifhli ul .., ,u BaVlVBl ServtMl %  f rev* Corner IhmerHMd iKK RM BapUal 1 e*-d.i(W Bo-iil D in id,.,,* Barvtea Pn tcttoi M ,. Ho War CliHWTIAN fICUBNCt %  inl T a '.'• %  • .. I I Q g jud hs -ill dan your Iboulu v i LIheawtye double mindeO '•no follou-tng Clbdlona are Included In .'. nu,w Bwsr%  %  I las *orth sates 'nut Joaa is 2 %  ma HjMiin wltl K Qod'S (orgut.iii Ihe Si -i .ndum uwt t.,' mraal Bui in* boliei m | <• KI Ions %  > ins beiMi i*u TBS NSM TISTAMSNT 1 HI KC II in i.im p i asfSi H-II R< J II Winter 1pm I II Wlnlei 1 Ml id IL Cox Rood, W W..K.rf I'Hll.ll' U %  n\ Lone Bay. Rev ST IAXTY-11 i. "> DurtMi.i. Ho% \ R. Brume •l BSAMI.I t HI Kl II WHTTEPAKK H ^ ,., i>uino Sorv>c*. laoaassaai R Thoono* ~ p %  owSat USte Sorvhv, Prmorhn EN.,,. reUat B Cl 1 *o < u v \a\ uii BArrisi IHIKH HANK HAIS. ROAD—11 %  MI Divute h .... HALT DIAMOND EXPORT CAPaTTOWsl April 28. • Treasure %  "-'' %  permanent M-ncme rorbidding export "( dianotsdi to destinations ottsar ttiau the I'nitui Ktns)do igalnst the envaiTaaseBt la dossisa. '['he plan nrai drawn m ay %  Startinn Sat. 6th. J-}j_ As you may have seen elseu in this paper the BBC has m^U %  ilanes to provide good roverage In reporting the matches of UM West Indies torn in England. Apart fr reports given direct from the %  units there win be a i ii,-.ment,ir> on every weekday so which there Is a match. These <'-mmentrir. in which wallknown former West Indian i rtcketers resident In England wilt (onirlbute expert opinions on the ulay and on the form and development of the West Indies team, will be given in the "Calling the West Indies' penoas which be^in daily at 7 15 p.m. %  of these will he heard •y next. 6th. M.iy when the match against Worcesterlure begins Reports at other times will be given In the case ol ihe more important matches and this against Worcestershire of course rnmei under this heading. On Saturd.i> although I beam* to this area do not normally c : me on the air before 1.15 p m. there will be a fifteen minute commentary by Rex Alston beginning it 8.15 a.m. and a half-hour one by him later in the day from 12 30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m. On the concluding two days of the match, Monday 8th. and Tuesday th. commentaries will he given at the same times thoua*h possibly the mid-day one may be only fifteen minutes in length. ; s confirmed or amended in this column next week. Salute to the West Indies A topical note will be struck in a magazine programme 9] -:>A. AI'HIL JO, ISM 1 %  lh oierV. %  EdlUmib, lsVm. I i %  %  %  7.i?.1 '. ,m -tf k '" -"* d P">. Film IS %  in Joutiiev ,„ MONDAY. MAY I, IBM 1 %  on, Li-lener. Oww 1.ft •root. I.oo . m FUMH 1 • C of Sid Pliilho. and Sr. 1710 p,n HMrw. An^TuVij V in Prutfsamme P-r.... %  VISW I IS p.m. Hadlo Newtrel. IM u.m Tip Tup Tune. 100 p.m. The N*. t 10 %  lllllllf PniKI Hlli Mm 'I Ml •'...... Ik• %  .._. IM>. 3.S0 % %  i i.i am BKASLEYS LIB. Ihpt. I HI DRIVE AWAY SKIN DISEASE -fan grmtim§j Mnsfsss/fr. %  **• if". -Vsi fs*M a. is* trrimktmS* Wrinkles re* be banished, a tired, lined fat Iiuwxa b broogfat back Uslina health and uvelinesi mw'JJj %  Tle world famous dermaloh>gt who cream laawt, Z,Z?Bi bat rrvolulrooiasd medern beamy ireatmeat aa & piwnjj** preparation* for ead type of ikin aad ags. 1 "''"I'lur. -raa, Uwi* how Imtma rattans yaaSfc la a luW sag emmpirwm, lieui — --a nnou i uMn.nioi sou. It Baaai am r ; rt 1 | 1 N oaiowai atlt. *md !' %  >-.i. .-flnmos* vnoasKMK casusi i..., ymt f^, #Leave il aa all aigbt. Tait %  "•'IUB. eream n,*a i *-' • %  *** "f - %  da-tM*-rtaree 'ie.' ^^ t. ,MM fare wuaaut affeeUaa aitraetire Huraetre | 11M The ieUna ra*. •"* i-o altetuie inliu. n*wi* ,^. •rib rieh INNOU TISSVE UtUB. U the S Ban aS fj ""cr rleauiaiakg, -afWv ivi.ua -j> • i ya*v tkla. Aa ym ,-*. ^ ^ WI.>HM-I (HKA.il ^a.r>. //{+ /ovi/teieJJ M<*S /fu/j ,, /^J o v On Sale at BOOKER'S DRl'G STORKS (B'sni Ui Broa d S treet B BMJ Ua.U ngB VISIT the beauty spot of the islaad I IM.I W \ II II HOTEL IIAIIISHIKA This newly erected modern hotel Is situated a J most picturesque part of the Island. %  TW Um: %  i> ... i..-icnrr i nuicc. 5 !."> p.m. Pin%  •de in p.m. %  %  P % %  lie SOt p in 1 10 p in Nm Ani %  .. sou i, in Had :i0 p in. TIL I..I. r*,.. %  m t'jt pin pi ,i pin The I'aihtilr.il Ortan" 10 00 um U ia.i pin i ,. pro The Ntwi BEST CO CREAM OBTAINABLE SMOOTH PALATABLE RICH IN QUALITY No* available at . Your Soda Fountain. Restaurant. Club, Hotel or Dealer Insist on BICO ITS HEAL ICC C£AAi fHE BARBADOS ICE CO.. LTD.-BAY ST DRIVE NOW WITH THAT SVFKI\ SMILE FIT THE NEW ATLAS TYRES 700 x 20 10 ply 600 x ! I ply SaW YOIH I SSO M-.ll.hCI. ISSO SIIOItlMIK Did 3938 Lppe. Rcahwi And here's jr. ,r opportunity to brillf out the >ourh.„, LI-STK..I.I.M. sHAMIUi n,w cocoanut o,l shampoo .scentnical y treated to nmov. tho cocoanut s.neli Try il once and you Mil always us,. „. Your hi be lovelier, smoother, silkier, with On Bile at all good storea LUSTROLENE =.5 STOKES & BYNOE LTD. **•">'



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"77 jaa *T. APML 3. lMt SUNDAY ADVOCATE TyjW"^ / BY CARL ANDERSON PACE THIRTEEN h "vo^^aoo-w*..* -,-W->0 MOUSE — u ..oo 1 ,erc S s - S == A ,\ V TWB CO-LS: BY WALT DISNEY UMHII ,1 4 illl'l IS Siirs: Mt hy T> 1 fi. mil 101 fl. hv ft. Also I 1X4)1 I I >l IK ROLLS 6ft. wide All very rcnsimable in Price. r.-ljUlislKM I860 1. IllltliKIM Ltd. Incorporated 1920 BROADWAY Mill lll\ NIUW ~T()(KIN<;s sl.6 ptr pair mil s'ladra PLASTIC 3" wide In WMl Blur. Ltmon pink c. pr yd. BOYS PLASTIC BELTS moltl roloLT Se. rach %  VI1' KIBBIIN in Krd. Black. Navy MM <;rrrn READY.MADK SPDKT WEAK FOR LAMES AT THE lIMl\llW\. IMIISS SHOP K. O. .VVXO* X.'M f~? SO • MV OBSTINATE FRiihOAOAii TO HlfP M Bl.5i-.Si:SfCAfiTS 0 ***/&*** CAl/SHfD • THE LONE RANGER • ee*T>twe IMKE %  arroivntufi € %  1 DVTnjJJLf %  KM. UK OORtl 11 % % %  — '—a— a> Ca. laa. Gordons SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAJLABLfl WRE \m SLC! ..elHIMFMi KEEP UP WITH ;—^[eaiD.y,E cor KJ GET T* Fr WE, (7 BY FRANK STRIKER NOW BLAZE 15'WM WW. HE HASN'T £V£K REAO.EC> THE THAU. TC THE IS. ^ TCP of *ts CUFF. *-"*/AND 1 oo> RINGING UP FATHER -*J5>*. -Jk-^ ..*..' BY GEORGE MC.MANUS t\CL> -O'. %  FRiS^'E^EO...' .(' BY ALEX RAYM ON D SO...I OiO WHAT ANVONB ^ L WOULO DO—I JfSTTHRBW THE -^ __ NECKLACE s^sJamz* When its You can rely on it. IMI suti \l. IM.IMN MUIIM IM.IMS mi si;i iiiiiiiii si is n >llIM. SETS ELECTBIC SALES A M IKVH I LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST. MICHAEL \^C-<-aiE/ I rS (PUT UP THE OUN, MWSSERI I'LL \ O0IVE Yu-t TOTHE BP9TL, PHANTOM IAM7HEOWYONEl£Fi:0&rl3.T WHO WAUS. THE UICWONES ILED INTO THE WOCCS -THE OTHERS ABE MAP OR PBISONECS BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES VOU SAW V VES/HES Tail AC A THIS APIV TREE.'HE POSHED OVER tX'OO^f? HUTS-OURWAtdOK THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. DENES ATM A SOX TO BE CANVASSER AT BARBADOS IN THE ROOM OF MR. D.H. AEMMYNE* RESIGNED OWNED BY THE POL1CYHOLDERS MANACED BY THE POLICYHOLDERS. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POLICYHOLDERS. J. N. WALCOTT ) DENIS ATKINSON) Canvassing Agents. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary.



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f>AV. APRIL SUNDAY ADVOCATE 1% CLASSIFIED ADS. THANKS %  Flrtt RENT APARTMENT —One furnished apartment ar Coral Sanda. Worthlng-on-Sea SU.fr and lln.rn tot further particularDl SIM Aim. Lashier n 4 •-* % %  IN MPMOftlAM %  -.1 IMS il arl fla> we loved was r.'. %  DCk was %  I • dear nntner with lli. Pull* furnished. Vrry charnxna -,.-,. situated S sadrooesed bungalow in mtuded position with own bathing rove Available immediatel-. Blion 4 Blador pi on MM L4M ll.AT I'p-iAir. flat with 3 bedroom running water in e ach For furthr. particular* Dial MM. M < fa VAJIAWAV PhiUp Cosset I furnished, 3 badrooma. 3 eeivants ra oarpat*. Banting plant, watar "M", laarh rrotn May 1st 4416 A.UTOMOTJVL %  IMS Mod*l Phot B) 4 | t.(.| 1 rr In fond order uick Sale Phone J 4 SB—In NEW HAVEN". Crane i : had. 3 brelroorn*. %  • _._ nble gar.-ijr. lighting pti.nl. ill Superb bathlnf besch Dial ee ovember, December. It 1 ftO t f t rui;\ fur ntr rooms > i VI A'. Ihe Bay M.> AI! modern from lat Ma> Phone 41M 19 4 M |.i %  i irnlstied house tn n (MM I mllsa from I SO—In — %  i %  -| .. kept Morris 8 II P AS : A C. I'u-irli Mount Standfast. SI. Jarnee 21 4 %  /• Jn MM E 4 W-I.i I living ...on... usual %  Ii** to Janiiiry I .il paftJcuM Advocate Co 3S 4 IW HOI -IF "Russ-iri-lTrbe. Crumpton From June lit IMO Angela. n*l door or Dial Bridal 55* uiiiMB BLESS I'llllll SAI.I.S By mclruetlopi recelvad I will olT.i Maim MONDAY 1st May on the -.remise* l BOCK HAM VILLAGE. ^ 10 perches of land with a wall bidding; at preaani uaad aa a dub rom, -ahich ran aaally be eenvortsd o a nice residence TERMS lASfl li ARCHER McKENZIE ntgl M4T Auctlonaar M 4 so—In By ingtnvtlana from the Cc-mrniion"4 Police I will aril on MONDAY %  brown leather rurr.ith l!ver chain and ka> attachedonII Met els frame, on* 111 fruit CJfce md many other Kerns of lntarrit 'eema caah. D'ARCY A SCOTT. Oov Aoctlon*-UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Dams*. '! 1MI -M 31 Sugar Store ap%  > inrtructloau reeened UuMiranre Aden I i will aril en Friday M | Me-.. ?aadB Jane* .-* % %  > I*.war Broad Street Bt I .M P m 10 h p Momt Ci odent Alan at I h p Dodge Truck at Ruga l.-iite Highway* A Tranpnrt l)epl Fnirrhlld Street Damaged in accidenl Term Cash By Infructlon" received I on Tl.uri.1av May 4th In the -pot >^^ Rank Hall X Road Chattel Ho4 Oap. 91 Michael. Barbado* ar ( i not hold myaelf reaponakble Mr nor %  anyone olae contractlnr any debt dobte In ny nuM unlau by a wrttMn w ngnod bw B*0. UOMLA. STTHAKBP. C'o C S !-. Curacao. N M 4 W PROFESSIONAL NOTICE OH FERIILIRA of Chirovtllo" Upper iv SI %  near Eaptanadei by Chiropractic Mhod mrrecui diaeaae* of eej. oara, e. throat. lun. %  wmach. kidney* and war organ* DkU SMIWANTED iJRUGOIST—An Apoly by letter Knighn LUt SHIPPING NOTICE Canadian National Stea HI PORT: oh Alesuwidrtna Tern HI, h. Froncea W m Aduiina. Srh Iverden*. Sch. (iordon, Srh BmeM*. Brh Louie* *h Mary rol Xjdy Noatoon. Men Molly N Jon7h H-nry D Walldcc Sch UnRc Gloria llenrtette. • 9 %  **" *J" Jnhllla Beh freodo H rt. sch Z. WoniU. Scl> EgdM-n M. Sen Mtrma I C, Sch tmaralda. Sch E M. Tannl. AMIV4U a. •. Ooillto. 4.* ion-. C*pt-iin S.p> nrth; fro-n So^thnropton 9 9 PMnMr. 38H tone. CapUi. lijrden; irom Maroralbo. Veneruela. In lrli%le liny ntr\RTt krM V aienwood. 1*3 torn. CapUtStrlcklaftd. for St. John*. New Brunir. Scr the S S Paaaenaora MrMMjl G F/ont9^THAMPT 0 N MlT Arch,* MI* H Aah-ahov. Mlaa L Mr J R Bull. Ml M M Nichol.. Mm M HMhoM M"V*. Nk-hoU. Mr A. Pomoro>'. Mr V PrMMr* M Prntt. Mre. E M ROWIWB* I M ScNneld. Sir Ge— %  K a SUddin. Mlaa B St idMM. M..-f" J %  Brocklebonk. % % %  CAM (RUIMER LAW NEL90N I-U1Y 1' i^ADY jm*ON IADY RODMXY NORTHROI HB i ,\r>\ sasos I>DY RODNEY IADY IADY NaJKAV 1>ADY RODNEY %  alls •doairral %  tt API :: % %  Mag IMfc M.V Jlat Mar 3tth J'niHod ,!.:v BM A) Arrive* Satai B'dal B'daa ail. Mary Mh May ih June 10th Juno Kin Juno artii Jui.o TTth July Mth July iKth A via! aoth Aufj. 19th Sop *rrteo. do. • il*15th May ITU) May 21 %  Md auk) ladT: MIlS 3rd June 5th Jan u, h ,*?• *s S S ^ '* fe sidtli July *Rn juy j^ -* 2*ti. AAig. MihAu.. s; _*• %  .rrlre* Betea ITU) M.,v IMh Juno nth July nta Av. Mth Aug. %  %  itp si : i" '-> 3: experienced DruggUt to Genetal Manager. 4 3n Vo we Will "ell by order MiJohn Draryton the llouto >p 1J (iood %  EbU SMI %  IN I 1 in, and %  Mo* %  4 %  USM> CAIIB *. TIUH K-i At 'argajr •rTrm. manv makes etc Phone 34U r, 4 SO -4n. MECHANICAL 1 %  %  IN IT % %  P.LECTRICAL %  LIVESTOCK i %  c ."I I I .1 MISCCLLANLOUS %  %  book*. M'p>. Auto 1*49 i.fn 'at. St f 3 bedroonu Wllh waah ba*in< dra Ing dining, hreakfaet room., erevanr%  m end rorare, %  parkm* yord r> liani of fruit treeBlrctrlc llgh* 1' %  ••nrhout For particular, dbl SMi p n. iKundav mvepled' u , i MAHKHAM -On the 9eo Hurting-. irnlihed or unfurnkdied 3 bedrooma With all modem omvonlericoa Goa In t I n %  modern t. ,.. long, tn %  m < %  J 21 4 N Ji i 111 lat May upetatra M an Street. 1 Bedroonw. Dr.wlng %  rooma. Toilet. Ralh i gin Alao mlt able for mediate pntasoalon Apply >s Dial 3133 Buuncei hour* : %  i m '" r! of Mr P C S M-ffel i^aiiiifiii krapor ht s hulidini overkldf Boy net lo the In%  iided alia of Blue WoUr* Hotel Newly Fiiily furnlahod lilt linen nd cutlery Siiineboker .r if required Prom May ll fiw t"'lt i il* montha For further parUoui r* liplv to owner, phone 2TiT of ISrl r.tei SO 4 SO-iSB IIANDAL COURT iVorthtng. a large i-droomo TelephonJTU between I SO %  % %  p m 23 4 ro— ft homo given every three j. %  ith paasagos paid for self and \. \nplieant muat supply teatlinonitlii and ita pros a r t salary and salary expected ipplieatleri* to bo sadrrinj TO lin rtoaeau Co Ltd St Lucia. B W I .4 Sp—3n FACTORY CHEMIST Situation vacant for Sugar ftcttary Cligmlrt resident at Boeeau Factory. St Lucia, but also in chargi•ontrol at Cul de Sac Factory. St Lucl*. about three mile* distant by motor rued Applicant mutt have had at least 3 years Factory experience, preternbl.' rnore. and bo between the age* of :'i snd 40 MVITI Partly furnl(hod 3 room bungalow supplied and 3 montha Ion" lenve home given every 3 yenn wllh P-I aajes paid for eelf and wife. Appll .i.nt muat supply testimonials and state present salary and salary expected Applications lo bo addressed lo ThIbiseau Co lid., St Lucia, B.W I ?L1^ : S-uth Mountain. SS Argentina. 5.S Powan Bank. S 9 Oolntn I K.ng. SB. Aigenno. II Taranger Q • MM, S 9 Panama. S.S Ibraara, 9 9 Cristobal. SS Raba-e, Hara 9 9 Randlbovlf. S S n S Polvlrader. S.S. Va.Hllo^. S PiaMfl Mascot > S Nldaro..' .-inqoa. 9 8 Tlberlut. SS Ink DuM 9 9 Inge Ma-rsk. S 9 Se R"/r „ -• %  • %  • r, S %  Ponce. 9.9 R lirn-oS9 BasthV. 9S Edva.d SS Suntteto. R 9. Casahl.. C3BJ Alcoa Ruimrr, B,f. Carl-Bun Fort De Prance, S 9 Regent Tlgr.U n,; Hnlm %  dalrulv. ss H I end. SB u.ide Nicaragku.' MaR4rT BB Mi Royal. 9 S. Bearoa || ti Aleto. S 9 Rang.t'k %  mX B 9. Planter. S ^ Ar.kalw. S S Angola.. SKAU1II AkSIVALS BY B.W I ACamhlo. Or-nond Arthur . %  nEFASTI REB RY B W I A John Turton Earl Van TaaetU. OP For o/p LfCIA—George Creep. Ethel Bennotl, Joan Bmnett, Btanlon Toppln. Giaharn, William Iaewla. Thotnaa Hull. Ivy Mfrrtdg*. Dairy Crtqoe. B. DemontD-lsy P-trtck brun. Anela Jardlne. Zelma Steel, Ox lev. Varna Cotton. Norv.. Cotton, George Eaadon. Menna Temp" Lrtsrij Mils. Ralph Cartel A.matrong. Beulah Wgtaon. Ralph Watam Robert Groan. Jack Foati hunte. FrUOerald Laahley. Violet Beth. Cecilia Pulver. Harold Robinson. James LYNCHS SKONOARY SCHOOL Sf, %  .Ir.-l Ne.t Term II begin on Monday 1*1 May at 5 a.m. M LYNCH for Headmaster. MISCELLANEOUS I %  Co Ltd V ...i Sea. % %  i illy lurcv i a %  !.. %  ,n. Phone PI 111.11 N4STICBJ1 i p •*ea.tiv earned hy obtaining orders 1 %  > I >>rlit>na. Caro* Iron. %  rrlond. No prevleus eaneelene' H Wl H today for beautiful free Vmple Rook to Britain's largest and •eeaOM PublUhon: highest rommlaaton. n.oiiey making opportunity %  aa, WllllaBtt at Ca., Dept 10 VlrlofU tarfct, Preetoo. EngUn' NOTICE IKON I1AII WDIDOWI Bert %  %  e )M aa 4 M PARIMII OP ST. PBTBB .irv SM no par ntonth i • iMlkato and oredentlals I. %  I hi* reatdence ••Bo*evtll. .'i before April SPIh U0 to Clerk. Poor law i NOTICE OF TRADE DELMA MARK %  %  %  Raj i i i Sand cap ha saw M |i Mahoi % %  nan DMJ mi M.4 eo %  mlpiiasnt of rubber i Mea at yrry r> %  ikg a vlsl! II A Co M lane la each PrKe Vlsi % %  eai Petfuane %  M 4 10-an REAL ESTATE "AI^YJTT"Situate at the Stream Road. Chrtat Church, sUndinjt on 17.236 Square Feet of land, with rlRht of Way ha Worthing Beach Tho houoe contalruj gallery, drawing • nd dlnlngf rn.ru. Uu<-e bedroom.. P-ntry. kitchen and usual out-efBcee Oarage and servants' rooma In the yard Inspection on application to the tenant Mn Wat king every day (except aundayaj bctweea use aoura of S and %  r." ,i above will be nrt up for sale at public competition at our Office In Luis Street or. Friday the 5th of May ISM at ( AJuTMNOTON BKAJ.Y SolMltoi* 38 4 Tn All THAT certain messuage or store known %  No 44 Roebuck Street standing en STM sq. ft at land The b:..;dlng lag MBS tSC remodelled and renoyuted Inspectioi, The property will be iet up for sale by public our office. •a*, Bridgetown, i 12th May IBM. at 2 p m 'i I AKUOuo A BOYOa BollriMM, %  .., Hit --. .i very .n,d good Bea-bathin( Toilet and Tka-Room iiwUira. S rooms Kit D BsHM l-.ie. Hull. Yorkshire. FngUnd laylice;—that thay are the M the IMBAIA word trad. i.>ik in raapeel of "Paste Creatna (bolnt PaUM Propiuatlona)". that the trad. Ob iniia-eseed or otharwlei displayed on the pavkatl.s lunUluUis I uade mark Is readsI Iv-gi-ter of Trade Mark* Britain under No. SBMBI In Clear 4s advertised la the Trusts Mark%  uied BMh May, IBM All persnns are henl-y warned against i .til of the said trade mark i BM MaaM The Trade Mark la a trade mark ..aiiiV c-l Ssctlon 14 .1 • is. I ihr MercbasuUss Marks Act of ISM %  i SSM.MI; 1'ICODUCTB LIMITED %  'itiori at our Office on Thurs-tsy 11 May. *1 3pm the dwelllnghouss of two aJCfasw kitchen, bath etc with sfe standing on 3"M sq It of land H Tweedslde Rood and Hunts Road City Ihe ownei "i. Hie prgaalaea Fttsuaer uartkulars Uons of sale fiimi ftHTLE ^ CO 3ii I i 111 %  H running ater All • us Garage, fruit tre flaike Phone 4M0 lawns Archil' M 4. m IT 4 50 • %  'CASVllJJr'Wavy Gardens. Christ higerh Three bedroom bungalow standing on g Ml sq feet land Csn n. Hgn at any time by appointment A Pierre PM I*4S M 4 50 In PAYING GUESTS al a Pm I.rlth Wurthing on Ihe ses Term* reasonable S 4 SS—en Il the way you speak a drawback lo H TRAINING AND SINGING experienced teacher Mod] Craln. Nellla Robtnaon. For STT KFTTB—Sdwjrd Barrett. Bine %  For LA GUAIRA—Gene Wilder I ider. Alfred Taylor. Alfrel Mie.M Clarke. FOR SALE FLOUR BAGS. Ready laundered. For further partieulars apply K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial 4611. 26 4.50—6n. SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE BASTDKM, BARBADOS i \i 11 LBN* i oiann I I 1.I.Y STOCKED BAR RATKS: • % %  %  • p.r D upwards (Incliulvp) ApplJ • i4rs. W. S HOWELL 3"P I i i v Real i •eti Mi.iKliiig 304 MIn c -M i il i n HOUSI BJM -.II Rirawn eotanin | Ull a,-liable (or a quick iale at a rTaarUon ol impgkM i,nsniall> asked Theie arirooin*. a large entrance hall with a line lurved *lan ^ I liedfooina. Gsraga lor 3 44*0 30 4 50—In. NATURAL et'Obadt waats GAS WHY? 1 Olt SALE HOUSE SPOTS BUILDING SITES Cash or Easy Terms From 10c. per Sq fool up EIJCTBJC, BUS an:l SERVICES AVAILABLE I. PICKWICK ROAD. Kl 1. FRIENDSHIP. Holliersal TugsBSB. St Michael 3 THE PINE "BOSS ROAD. St. MlchaeL ".liSTON GARDEN si KINGSTON rillBACE through I Hill lo Kingston i(..,.d. St PROPBB I .: st si. ph.... Hill. St Mi, had wllh %  l. .. ;., %  :-. we. Hath, etectrh Usht tad .ater. The house Is besutilully cool i.ai In Ti.i.11 •rlttl the National Bus a. %  a houi Dial 3*47 R. Archer 30 4 50—In. VllllMl ("•TN* • < >l fl %  lla.l.na25 4 5 4r A *" Pimples Go Cause fed in 3 Days of M.odfri ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL MALVERN ACADEMY (BSNVIUh CHEAPSIDC hi* school will re-open on TUESDAY |S g %  Ne pupils a "I r interMewed on Monday let May %  F L MOCWIB OBBBBt aauated at Mason siai.ding ^ LHO aq II land Iding cuitatea throe bedrooma. .in,! Piiiiiis %  kSOtna. Panlrv. Mil ofHcea etc Apply V B DM 1444 or UM BJ %  "' Of Und thereon, mni I Wellington Street, i 1ANT> 14*0 ggj ft tattel dwellinsjhoiiar the comer of Welli in* stresfi liiipectlon on egaplkatlu ii..it Mrs Florence Unto he prsapert* will he art up lor sole Public CaaiypsdltMn st % %  Ofhce es Mraet, Brl4sgsMowii. on ThurM.n •tga ISM at 3 p n Arsf I inly High Sriwl Y M C A i STiuXaTT BUM Moisdaj 1st 10 a fi irancr Fee M OS I'AHalNTS HE WISsT. send >our chlldi • here ineUvirsual altenUcsa Is gUveu, . ., ir*| ClasBgai %  JOSJEPH N StlBPHERD. li, ft Ma . 1 ill* ai Pubi UMI'AHE o M4M 'UDGrlTUN" Slluske In Pataage Road. SB. Michael, standli* on ISTO equanr fee* of lend Tlvs hsBiaa Ig^uilt of alone and con t Ins gallery, drawing, dining, silting end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen. W C snd bath downstairs 4 bed.. i3 with ruiuilng water' upstairs pecUon any day iec*pt Msaftaya l and 3pm 111 be set up for sale to ;illon al our Oflke h BjrtftfMaMli ss y '* Ihe 5th May :M al 3 P m ... t %  letween 10 a I'.bUc St I'eler i naiiuiiui u ld wwild euuniry hoi I stone (landing In %  nth bathiiis beaait) %  kitchen, double garage and out-buildinga. :,, ,1 fVA. Reel staUtg Ag. nth Aitlioneer%  %  3U 4 SO in iiMinvt II Graeme Hall Road. I MI.KI.II) IWQ ilorev -. nmtely 1 1 %  gfl ii.u.mi A ith Hidr fionlage Coral .lone wall* ith aabastn* roof, flu.h panelled iloo"-. till b II IB uplhiard^ rue" '• a laige loAiafle end t -Hi, g..ller\ 3 l>-' %  I solar hash ir.lia-e.1 fully fumUhed If 0V n reasonable Agure. Dlnon A Illation FB. P.V.A. Real EaUte Al Uonetl* end Suiveim*. I'lantalloiii ,i .. J •..,,,. tM 30450. In rBji-i". \. puirdliiM. I Uedi %  PtMBi BBrl Hastlnga Main Hoad. .,u,i t i %  ll % %  %  %  aniieiMl NOW -tor. dmI I VK> YOl H i II *S> Eh w I D I %  Sale Value* Inspect snd De Yoursslves I SayAn Exelleni 3 Bed,.. .i, V 1 Con ditioit at Pine Bd An Atuecti.e 1 Bed gei Bloiiewali l< ,n at Monlallh (. Usdi Pocket.. A Denrable S Bed iFair Blial Stonewall Bungakxs in Bay Street A Suitable 3 B-dioom Hungalow Img aWhite Park A Suitable 3 BedBM Bungalow al Button Hill, and Two 3 Bedroom Collage, 'seaside! at Rla.-k BOA'H A Sesatde 3 Bedioom Stone-al Uui.asi.iw al FontabeRe Mori Ai anged Please Don I Miss Me an I Keen Purchaser, toi Auvlhi Rol E.ut. MLaM B l -'• SpecUl Menu but Not Lenstrn • BlephanU coupled with Fane Die) 3111 or 311J D F de Abiet, A Tisiiie-i nsrMMsWel Real Kau 1 II aloei Call al Olive Bougl i Carter Bro. Tudor SI. Ne. ,iail SI M4M.-I. ;: PROPBRTY In oraes road at Bpaonsr* Hill ciaiBlsrlikl of double roofed house, .bed snd kitchen ksgail.er of land Prtte BBMS M The above can he purchaaed oa tarma Half of the siraiinl must ba aaJd wtsan purchasing same Por fta-tasr DArv A BcoH paruculare Ma>^..i... apply to • nJBST HAVBN" aklgMtas, Beach PTOMII hours, all convanktnees nesi beach and Bus. Low land rant Ineprctton oa prasaiesa at any tana er PI one 0*rrssr at SIM St M-Jn SALVATION ARMY • ANNUAL T A (. 1) \ V Friday. May Slh • l'l..,>, Bu> A T tti Help Other. IVE CUE PERSONALIZED SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE MOVERS — PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARDBS Alexander House, SUBBt, Bndgotuwn. raaaaul EARTHENWARE DISHES, JUGS & PU \ uii have to so far to lire.! our Prim Mil tl.MHAI. I tlPOHIIM 111 'iiil Street. II l NIIW nil >i w lt ii ..m FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD DM At -BICES'*, St. I'hilip (t'M route to r'oul II41 sfai (rsae) .1 o sell by I valuable furnll Tip-ids1 ..... china cabinet. Deal tables (all sBMt. M.iliuKiill. dinBBT Wl||n\ .111 Kurniturt'. SprUlJ nikd fBt rs, Cabinet GramophoBl.. !. nnls f*, larf 1 %  Tablss, aWtB \ -npped TW* ,; %  : r ... ;;. ....' ledraoa \ UK 'ii: . p rteoiis iHHlroom FurniturB. rsB BsaPsl Indian i.iming Clock. Microswp*. .I *IHI d*> prior t M* t \^ll ON PALL Ot HAMMER AUCTli I DIXON cSc BLADO IIHISI: : t,.|,| PLAN 1 il lOIB Bt ILC 1 from... UNCLE SAM & THE MAPLE UJ| GRIFFITH'S presents the follovti I' Mustard (In jars) Klim ., lib and SID Tins t unit.. Wa.paprr %  wtn-l ,.„ ,„ sauaaiM t l.xapuratpd Milk t an Flakn 1'ap.r (Canaitimi) Uind>.,r Toil.t Paper .dian) Quakft OaU I". DerS. Plarlaf < %  • I „l4tc Toolh W Ml.rtkS.1 Mint. \" it:.., k Aea surdr \ce Uuudbur> Sasa Barklr, l'a"T Burklar'a "'"Jt!" 1 Or. C'l" Saw L.vrr run 111 KXV III DIAL 4514 GRIFFITH'S ROCXLEY. OL ITS GOT Bl I lltt IT'S CETTINO POPMHIt IT' CROWN T.ISGFR 4HE



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%  7T M'ltll 'County Prospects For 1950 By PETF.lt DITTON THE COUNTY CRICKET Championship appears to be open this Kason than for many years. Giver, normal nditions there are a half dozen sides one could expect to see engaged in the final battle for honr y M .liddlesex, if only by virtue of their sucmiijht again be regarded as joint favourites ex and Glamorgan should i-,v,iy when the honours are handed out. u-hi.v the Cricket could materially affect Middlesex OS*"*, o, h e News Chro-" ^rXadv -l^t his ref"i, as clear-cut winners .".%  • wu.u • a a.w, ,,..., ,„ MJ^S sharing his belief to Warwickshire. Tom Dollcrv. thei W rm I am inellmsl to professional rapialn it l sin. ^ .Qrn %  %  -••* %  ""• •" %  "ti—i'> — J -— .•_ SUNDAY UHii! I'XGI chances. Warwickshire This could be a K'Od year for their >-K**'' '" *• Count &f LS Sclav and Watson w !" * t " rtUl uncertain likelv £ |M their [V-'J'her 'i> IJ|:.'V faUt wU uniibii 'ftr the remainder of ino If his ii.nirv hai mended' tk_ „,ti1 Vtivo :i '.Iroili! tilX'Il1*51? valuable support 1 no " h "• %  -— ""• most games. Already Strong Side drtng valuable mp 1 22* J5. "" *">~ h ~">"i£ ioly are well off for spin E^os and D. V. Brennan, *•• gj."g one of the finest rtB-koepers in ic county. Northants. under the leadership — % % %  ,"' \ "rown. the present EnMlddlesex land captain. Improved 100 per Uddlnex under the leadership cent lasl season. They have been j. w V. 'Cock Il-il. ,is are reinforced by the special rcgls%  to give a chance .o youth, tration of Jock Livingstone the '* old ! small Aus.Talian wieket-kecper MtsmU ,CcotI Morton, who beside, rnd Ins presence will materially K goal-keeper for Watford u .., dy slnig StiU Club i. also a bowler side Keep a special ei sw medium pace are due or Clarke, Northants' voung lelt-arm l^led trials Com p.l>n Ed rich, fasi bowler. He showed line form *n and Robertson will aRnm !-ist season ,ind a repent nerfnrsiidfr the brunt of '.he battin-i i.unce this year could easily cam !" 1Laur.pGray. Jim Sims. Robins him a trip lo Australia with the [Jack Young will bo the mainnext M.C.C. side %  K of the attack Campion js Essex, who yr SUD„! :a be caUcd upon to bowi p'led England wMi two fast B this season than In recent bowlers in Fames and Nichols itadalsabsence..n : m iu, 0 i y ,„ do lhl „ this summer Trevor Bailer is dace' and if Kenneth Preston, in %  his reputation he will •Hso gain an En,'.. case, evrn it Preston does fiot pay against the West Indwa. U Mil have die bes: opening attack In the mintry. nub mm UOeulty will iv lo (M ^deqti.e. wn p n y,,. Tests are In progress If th, do this tnen they should havo ccessful season for years The capttiincy is in Ola capable hands of Doug. Insole .'.nd Ton IVarcv .,nd with -he extepdon of Price, who has ieiurn..ancashlrc. all of last se. %  ers wtu be available. red Cricket Wo-ld And tlnally Glamorgan. In 194$ %  .yorld n.ing the Championship for the lirst time in their history They fell to fjgbtn nlaeo last season when they wen handicapped bv an injury to W E Jones their left-rm all ivunder His absence for the last two months weakened the batting and threw an addi-n Muncer. the one pbUMT This year Jones is reported to oe lit and so GlamorI ould be at full siVcngth. Eaiilestone. the Middlesex lefthand batsman who joined them i>oclal rcgisiratton two sons ago has retired from llrst class cricket but in his place Glamorgan have signer! on Stan Montgo: uiiff cvnt/ehalf who is a more dlan useful batsman. Wilfred Wooller. (he former Welsh Rugby International will again captain the side. M GAMBOLS STANDARD BtlOCE iy M. Harrison-Cray I***** H,.nh North'Snuih C.amt. ir wK J HSit Aglll .... *ll &f !•> If III s (till lliv An example of a Dad and iinntctfaMty lOrcing T.il-oiOrfr North Or \ opening South Pid Tore* Spades. .\JitcT Nortt ried to Four Spade* ~ count wan not hlnh enouih to K .ind eoDtiButd \ when East encouraged with % •• A third Heart followed, •TM careful to x. n,n w*, „ telliim Wow for South had to i-vrr-riifT v\-ith •> J. promoting j i winninu '.rump trick In i the West hand. There w*. still it Club trick to be lost and boulh was one down, whereas Three No Trumpa would have been J certainty Lvnton lir'iH ifrt<*. Old Beef Mr. I't-Jisani VOU CAN RAVI cuuna IN-' lly applying to ... CNTITD INIUHJU 00. LIMITED Insarance t'ndcrwriUrs Marh'lt -Ireet. Clly WIRE DISH COVERS MARBLES LARGE COCKTAIL SHAKERS CLEAR PERSPEX SHEETS CB2UN& %  sOU' faONe C SKI *\AV TAKfLK TMirVrlOti LONDON. i-t-bcof loving EnKlishmen illy discovered that tlu-ir Saxon ancestors |prc-austerity> were also xreat trenchermen. Archat-ologlsts digging on .1 blitzed lita nt King*d.mri in the he,irt U U8U.il. % %  CBKr FOR THE BARBADOS REOIMENT k BARBADOS "ILIOE rORCE J"" S P Muuon, Son & Co., Ltd.. local agents (01 Jellieys Pnav,. .rranged tor Mr. Landy De Montbrun and %  aJn J v *""' h0 '" *• l,nl1 Hall on Monday. I May. 1950, %  *" Pm. for Members ot the Barbados Regiment and Police ^and Iheir wives. Admission will be free to in. at Si" 1 '" 1 "" d Po ce who are rK t" Ml l "> w !"' Band will be In at',. d %  bar 1 •gjl'no Interval. mauvi orricER a ORDERLY SERJEANT TOR WEEK END"">' MAY, M, >Bt lor duty ** r '" OtHcrr Orderly f l--.nl C. E. Neblett 235 L/S Quintync, K. These Goods have just arrived lo Jitastn's Slali(iiery & Hardware. Mr. nSHEBMANI! • %  I %  IMIlt IISII POI III u Hr luve the WIRI in am* i .•• n ,„ n in Width, ,, HX M SKEWES-COX, Major, S.O.L.F. It Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment NOTICES —_.]I General Meeting of the WOs i. Serjeants Ml *0 taok h UrS "" Salurda . 8 M *yM tal Athletic Meeting the 13 May. 50, hal • A„r.u '*"* aie notilied that the Regiment! J***" to Uke pl.ee at the Garrison on ... %  BIMI J -1 !" 01 ""''' Saturday. 17 June, 50. k-_I_ '" ^ '"" "I on Monday, 5 June, 50. WARD OF CONTROL ATKINSON FIELD 'OE SALE AT ATKINSON FIELD Demerara, British Onianu TANKS %  au, 0 ^."' Co trol, Atkinson Field, invites apiillcations for the t ATV.'e^ a numbe t of steel fuel storage .anks, at present l IBdTw F,ELD BR 'TISH OUIAWA. The approximate * tank' 1 110 "* are as follow.: — *~aVM~.* re "' w lded slt *' fdi'truction and are In good Capacity JJJJ U* Ola •H.00O niickneat S" Dla Lplh. IV x 32' 10"" x JO" Die. Depth SO x 12' Round Shape Cylindrical *"* win ML "ormi lly be sold "as Is" and •where Is", but %  d sllnv~l T0, '' lo *"*'*' over,e ul purchaseri by arranging *ea 3 ., Unk *' ^oa*" 1 •h^?i 1 0Ur ^ ** ** n n"" purchaaera by arranging "•i """">= at a coat sufficient to cover the expenses so %  l **dT?** houId ta dd r~aed to the Chief Executive control, Atkinaon Ik uiana. HADE, Secretary. Board of Control, Atkinso.. Field. 30.4 50—In. CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. HIT buiuMM has recently ba -.p.Mnnted Mr. DCosta il Payn ,,. ( of our Workshop. %  %  it compeuli >>iMH.-t to receiv* a large 'i '• oudl viiui parti CHELSEA GAFLAGE Phone 4264 „ 4224 •1950) LTD. Trafalgar Street. Chelua Road. (m RRANDRAM-HENDERSON PAINTS Ill B-H .3 baolc aeT*ln and elooB! Our Initial ahlpnent Is not so bl*. out rajular supplies will "ollow. Is dont sell all, only the best In paints !! A BARNES a CO.. LTD. V B. II O %% E I L Dial XN* Lumber anil Bardwatt, Itav Siren. • CARLTON WARE* Some ll...,.it,l„l l „|I,,,. s,.!s l,.,„. IM, „,,„ irieived .it us. nunMtoni euatomen who have been •Ml ,uv,„„ u ti„ M . BM ..,.r slu.v, window at i|, r II„,I.M,IOS Aqnaltt flub. LOUIS L. BAYLEY, Jtwai ttolton I-one. Soie MepreaenUUve Itnk-x Wuch Co. YOUR FAVOURITE DISTEMPER is in in "SUNFLEX" n .iipplyyiiu in the lollowm,; aolOlin Wlin K. I U \\|, IVIIKV. BUFF, KOSI SH.VKRHOBD, mn: • OaUBM TRY us BErXlni; PIIHCIIA: INC BLSIWUIRE Hie Barbados Hardware Co., Lid. (TBt HOUSE rOU BAI No. 33 4 52 SWAN STREET PBONE 2109. 3634 or 4406 WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Just Arrived WOTIIF.Il HUPMKNT OF: 'Preslcold" Refrijeraidrs 7.7 and 4.5 C. Ft HWIMlll illy sealed Urn 5-year Guarantee Here are a lew users picked at Handom they should know, follow iheir example WintUor Castle. Atlmirullv \ii.lin M..1. British Oveneas Airways Corp. ( rnsUey Maters, Kolls Royee. W Coaae ia and see the llSti



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I'M.I -l\lll N -.1 Sim ADVOCATE SUNDAY, imn '* May Dav %  t op p ing. Moscow In Moscow. 1,000,000 • will |i. %  %  Tv int. %  Th> main |jaradc5 ami <:• I>-|\ i* a publicholiday—will be the "xtmrr M the wanrionj New York \i m YCA % %  %  %  :.. %  : of Berlin A S %  %  %  %  %  i Tl Trade iu %  of totalitarian! A "free German" %  uth will 0.v tori AMERICAN troops carry out antl-i young German to Communist threat America Btrl '*" iln outlaw for May 1st 'OUR FIRST JUT LINER By C.V.R. Thompson N^W YORK the llr* time, a Jet %  J.a* landed on American soil. It araa DO) '.vas an AtTO plane built in Canada. hi ccicao Press. Britain's ihiea. to Industry, called K "America*! first jet ,rannort. %  the 46 it was built n carry, Uu plane (lew from Toronto I .,...1, i Uytnjt time, i hour 40 m i"0 miles an html Th< i Kcnn: i Canadian Airline %  I, enjoyed Uu smooth**, he said. "No vlbi n.d no noise. Telescope Lead LONDON, telescope, which mav give Britain a lead in astronomical research, has ji.st successfully passed prelimi.-ary tests at the 9t, Andrew's University Astronomy dopartssaoi ol Observatory in Dundee. Scotland. Built during the U vcars the new telescope \t I ptlm model. Work will 00 i larger taatrtHoent to ir the Observatory at St. Andrew's The construction of the piio model was directed by a former colleague of Pror Albcrl Dr F Finluy-Freundluh. Napier ,., mrai in %  atronomy at St. An%  lin.inary calcUatlon! er carried out under the i i>r F. n Unroot. Mtrooonier at Cambridge L'nlvemitv. Actual builder of the telescope was R. Waland.^n enthusiastic amateur astronomer and I (ornwr 1 id ady. It irom .wo to live years aircraft factory worker. He rendv to go into discovered by Dr Fiti'.' „ |kk in Dumnres. Scotland. New Yorkers put on a big show Tnc pilot model D t< welcome the plane For nomo Dho tographi( of star* at l di-t.nul BOOTi, pretty girls .tressed in £ f bout i 0 n light years dOBBfl .*.< %  tialive costumes of f'Tcifin countries met it. With a single exposure the telescope ran obtain information *hlch has previously dOtl %  l %  .'IID: tin Britten Isle* nore than 500 expoN k lOB MatCannor.. who nnssiblv of several h. d rrrived in a kilt. "I chose it "^ l dldnY know .*>ny native Dr finlav-Freundlich and his itume for an English girl", shd tMm of PX 'perts will now tjegii the construction nf tie larger 38AT YOUR SERVICE i i \sisi. DTI IM*j •aassiNo RAYMOND Join Ul. > %  stir*, opp ComWnnw* MOONUtiHT MRCI ••B rt-r— "• A -fie si D %  "" i: "* rt i-i V i*i'r sr as wroa i JOHN IBM <-m>u alto plant ID In A I %  loom Hi! Bwfl hold tlon in %  %  irrying out a %  Communlat throat to i lift of the Western lector materialises In thii pid form a fpaar-hoad, f I-II.IH.-Min tntm j'li "tl i.-iim-i ii ,I.I ii'-ini ii)ii ,i > nvi -m .111, mi, •_-! if u %  _i %  L I put tank Hi."riotm" (ft tongiound) durlni iht '.' .„, l sd '' 1 '?" *. f i". Local ScOUters N.E. News rthar Iiebnd's Prime Minister, so tha*tho British Motor Show c-ould 03 %  man Presidenit Tiuman make amb' Usrf ' S,ui;^;r^"^ on immortal life by attaod Govemmenv ,ob. James Bruce. oner concluded his adOnilorriLal theii i *ea i.ged 57. a successful business man I'reas bv k-uvintf wiUi ihoexmiim of worsh 'PA !nc Holy InnoJ..artcd public life as ambassador Th^f^th^fhV. COnt^ Church, St. Thomas, a to the Argentine He was criticised ' ^. .. number ol B •'"> %  Iriendiy with DM ttOOr the m-luence |( |hp ,, Argentine dictator. Then Trum.-r %  him director of the Atlanta ton exert on Scouts; and Jvilrf. Scouts and Bcouteri are .seifTha MUl B*d0i (Welches) Mr. I.. T. Gay, D.C. of the North troop caoiped >l St George*! Eastern D • ove of St. thanks, after which Ml Tanner G" took part In the His Bscellenc) Si Parade at A i) C leit th.it church, came to a close. „ A Scouts own will lake place S. W. Newi at v, School today April 30th at 4 p m wlu-u it is On Wednesday nigi i npectod thai Ihe following April at a.oo uVi. .it Troops wll GUI Memorial (95th B'da i On ip B'do SI Thorn Biith Bdoa air part in the celebration Holy Inna eita*. Pact arms programme Bruce has told Truman he want:, i get back to his 12 bu3iness.-s. Truman is expected to let him t H Ambassador Doug stil! In line for <*U3 London job. r the a %  ni' when tin Of the Union Flan, the HI .'I,'. %  ti Saint. i he i-" A few %  preeeni % %  Revering S.di.i mi April monthly it whO (DaVCha i :n.nt Inti i i %  .. of ths in ona by on u iUn| the law i B. Bat U, A En him and marching oil In turn A Rovon in the S.n %  % %  u "" %  '' v Friends, Romans. CouriJry Men . Mr. Harold Scantlebury begs od vi HI n( tali DANCE which takes plnce at g.'KKNS PARK MOUSE on WEDNESDAY NICTHT. 3rd May, 1950. Muc by Mr. p. Gfvm'l Ork ADMISSION — 21lUfrashtMM & Bar (.IRIS" FRIENDLY SOCIETY ANNUAL FETE Under the DlSh.iHUis/ied Palroriaue ol Htl Bx. the Governor and Mrs. savage. will be held at THF HOSTEL. Countrv H<\ on SATURDAY. May 13 from 3 30 to 6 30 p m will be the following Stalls: Flowers and Variety, Needlework, s d. Books, C, [l.-.V For the Children will be P i.v Rides and Lucky Dip*. By kind iwrmlssion of Col. Mlchelln, the Police Band conducted by Capt Raison will play. ADMISSION — 8D. Nylon has many use-. But it Is ;nost famous I making the wi Stockings %  %  i id I ess 'Red li leapt ineudti %  took . which tin explained b> SCOUl Dui.oil An %  ; .... M 0l among lh< Pat ii. in.-. Donnii Grannum. csM Moon and i Row Wi I. .„ %  ,. Mr C A Brathwalle, D.S.M I pad of South V ,.iks. whet.' I; %  nark St %  Thert % %  % %  %  %  %  old i ps> %  %  Ihe Den Wakefleki which will %  ere, and will %  ol Mr %  23rd li'dos) Pack, at i Whllll lie || | Of II'. ... [•: buiW %  Bundai %  [tab with % %  —— ibour. i .vill Bl -Reuter. U'M Of ST I %  Tribate To Sir If am Laudei WILL BRITAIN OUTLAW COMMUNIST PARTY? %  %  i Bl] Harrj Lai k in the coming wee* Ihe BBC Will p.i> ^ tribute in words and the ogramme ol the Road title from %  bouotTht %  ... n i world nd 1 Mil Robeson I the most ;trong beautiful roke n ill be at Mat w/ f;i\ sim.) FMOM STOCK(BIHAL GALVANIZED STEEL WINDOWS They'll Do It Every Timt^ THERE WAS KO SCHOOLHOUSE IN THE Dit46LE PEUL DEVELOPMENT SO THE TREW8LBCWNS DECKED TO SELL We have them In the Trinity brand in Serenade and brown shadow. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., la 10. II. 12 & I? BROAD STREET HERE-SI FINE LIST I'kKs. TABLB RAISINS m Vs ami I'a CATELU tOG NOODLES l^,!.-.. 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S ii 11 li .1 April :( 1950. ^uttiiau Biwcate r Frier: / SIX ( E.VTS Year 55. CHARLES DISSOLVES BELGIAN PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS JUNE 4 Abdullah Walks Out On Arab League CAIRO. April 29. K ING ABDULLAH of Jordan, interviewed by a corrcspondent f the Egyptian newspaper Al Misri. m te9 cried here to have deelared that he would abandon the lrib U-ague. whether it remained in being or not. The Political Committee of the seven-mi'inbrr League %  been summoned to MM on Mav 2 to .insider Jordan s annexation of Arab Palestine west of the Jordan, a move 1 recognised DV Britain on Thursday. Java Police Search For Murderers Of TWO AMERICANS DJAKARTA. April 2>>. lodcoesiMi police and troops •fOUgboul West Java hnve hern tftered to search for the murclerm of th* two Americans. Robert nate and Professor Raymond Sfluaov. killed near the Banggsj-Cbenbon Road, it was officaflT disclosed to-day. Gmeral Sukarto. the Republic's $gf ot Police, has none to Batdoeng to direct operation*. American officials in Djakarta Mtt learned that both Mr. Doyle. nstt-UO correspondent, and ProJMOT Kennedy. Professor of SonolofLv it Yale University, were i the face and ( best .it point lUnr range site, b< marched arenl hundred ; : Sised. It is not known whether the Bg were regular troops or not larks body has been positively rtolifled. and officials hove little esibt that the other man was [,,. : K H< Ulrl Pollard President Of Worker* Union The League was formed five %  fiddle But Arab slates. Its members are Jordan, Egypt. Saudi Arabia, Iraq, an, Syria and the Lebanon King Abdullah was reported here to have ,,.U1 the .41 Mlsrt correspondent In the interview: "I shall break any Arab economic blockade of Jordan by force, f shall negotiate with my neighbour" (presumably a reference to Israel. "I shall not abandon the great%  plan" (The Greater Syria plan envisages a union of 1 Iraq, and perhaps Jordan), Of BJ9-ptians. Abdullah was re-1 ported to have said: "Tin African people who do not underI lb problems Thev only leadership of the Arab Middle I —Renter WHAT looked like %  certain goal the ball over the bar. Evelyn and Johl match ended in a goalless draw. ban fleece, the Bverti o Spartan fa Carib Press Talks End iBartndOa .Vil.ooulv Corrravuiuhiili POKT-Or-Sl-Am. April 2a. Associain ended to-day ana passed a resolution asking for a constitutional guarantee to be written Into the constitution ol the proposed Caribbean Federation providing freedom of press the Federal Government be given power amettni newspapers and other period.^m??? ^" ~ ,0 ,d ,l, It was decided that copies of i *-55 M< u i" £ ,i ,he resolution be forwarded to U* night. Nicholas Pollard, (;overnmen , onti tne<1 and the PMidem of the Mercantile r^i.,,,-. <-.„ Mi Union and member ..( Ihe L,,a "'" t g""* . PioHf. Commillee which led an ,„ c fc • Huchlns. newly elec . aMmluaUon cammicn. n '" %  >ent speaking abou Ihe *Mi praldenl ol Ihe General "-eedocn ol Ihe Pre.* resolution, farittj Union, ihe largest local i''l: It u vllally important aasur boa> that we have something In the Han Johnny Smith. Deputy ltr : "h Caribbean specially proaajor of Beli/c and People'* j vldlng for freedom of the Press.. Oaanture Chairman. was elected .„ • ... „ Vfct President ( the General W '" ""' WCSl f m clW WoriUTs Union and [Void. America and atttee Secretarj (h Caribbean Republics a is Wanned to the Union's Exec, taenual that our pool* %  n Council Don be clanlied. I should not like Bollard MI). to have the British Caribbean Phsideni '' \ ed In a category subservient I-Sia. f
* pli lisplav j il movement" has PER0N WILL OPEN 84TH ARGENTINE CONGRESS On May Day HUKNOS AIRES, April 29. THE CEREMONIAL inaguration of the eighty-fourth AjKentine Congress wilh a lengthy speech by Pn _reroii will lake place on Monday morning, M Working sessions ol both Upper and Lower Houses will slart the %  niioon. during whicii both *ill consider motions protnotlruj Peron from BriK*dier to Meal — whuh promollor. Peron deellned to accept last year. on the (rounds that he could nol sign his own promotion With the .cominet. the working sessions, political dltlerenees between Peronista and Hadlcal parlies will again become pronounced especially as 20 radical whose tenure ol nmce prolonged tor two years under terms ot the new Argentine „n — refused to recognise ,nd today m Dockers Riot Afwnst U.S. Arms Aid To Italy NAPLES. April 2. ,"* Police Uwlay charged and BE "LA ''emonstration o( 100 [ dockers protcsimg a g. ln Z W-" i" N, P' M '•' 'he secJ5^"d ot American arms tor Bfel Mtor. hcav. 1 ot tanks and •SVaVnU^ r J*£" unlMd d •Ullar/ 7 k, ,N und a" "I..NM*^whistl,,,, and v^-hich means ^fc?*-r e n f B %  %  %  i %  the .sun gUnttng hn^hth from thi .lies again stated thecould not lexi.l.iin th> BRUSSELS, April 29. pRINCE REGENT CHARLES to-day dissolved Belgium s Parliament when the staunchly pro Leopold Catholics temporarily abandoned six weeks' stubborn efforts to get ftie exiled monarch King Leopold, back to the throne. The new election will be held on June 4, a year after the General Election which put the Catholics in power with a majority of nine in the upper House of Parliament, but two votes short in the lower SpDJd& Window rrlim IM| ,r m mum rim %  I Krua.iiBWn arm Cmnirr lluthlnl plarr hi.• %  MII.cup BM-Ufa, l* umr will Att\v who wlU ChSlMSSM s-oatian 3 Years For Nudists UNDRESS IN COURT Argentine Beauty Queens Parade ON MAY DAY BUBVOfi AIRES, Aj I-ihour Day will be a gala day for Argentine workers who aill come from all parts of the country to take part in a tut I monstration in Plaza Mayo, organised by the Confereraclon General Del Trabajo, in which President Peron and Senora 1 '• \ speak Regional "Beauty Queens" ready arrived in Buenos Aires from the IntarkM ctMinto (or the Ma> Day parade, during which a "Labour Queen AIII bo elected and crowned" by the President's wife. Work will be stopped throughout the country while transport shiih Miil be augmented 'o handle huge crowds, will carri out a token halt during the day. • — It ruler 700 Leave China WASHINGTON. April* 29 More than 700 foreigners of 26 different nationalities have boardd the American lmei <;> the ictnrd llul a> proposed .it tiniiM'ii.uli ( onlcrrnif. %  I I (II I -fill. ill. I Hl-t 1 II ll L HI (Irlrcatlon should %  sssssnaet in London LB Ihr middle of Mi to ilioruM *utAr policy ith His MaiJaftys (iovernmriil MIUI InsTC indicated thrir uilllnsneiw to receivr Ihr detention durlna the week bafuuBlng lltfe Maa *Meu Suss" Prt^ducer Re-Ac^iiitted STATE PAYS FOR RETRIAL HAMBURG %  Vei rti alty. It or> %  Harlan i %  %  %  Qoebi %  %  01 105,000 n man fUrn xrried %  m, told the he had produced the express miieis ol whom I %  Raster, The eicviion will be fought n 1-eopold's return to the •ifter live years in provisional exile. A referendum last month showed 57.6 of the nation in favour of bringing htm back. But th.final decision rested with parllaDMBt, shortage of two vote* in the Lower Chamber, and bitter opposition from the Socialists, the second party, forced '"Ins into protracted negotiations with the Liberals, who hold the balance. I*remler Cation Eyskcns' CathoUc-Libaral Coalition c.ovemII .-arly last month when rnemban of the Cabinet to agree to summoning a %  tdon of the two houses to • law keeping the King; in provisional Then (.cgan a series of pilKrimaiciaid's lakeside home near Geneva. BwltaD ill the parties. failed to bridge the gulf. Than two weeks ago, the King I : %  %  [or to %  am power temporarily to all i llaudoain. %  Eo atcept tta %  tntar/erland, as :hnt the So--ociated with the < ling talks. 1' Charles saw Van Zeeland soon after mid-day to-day, and solution was announced immediately afterward taker" ml to the Roynl Palm. —Reuler. Strike Ends In London Stalin Avenue* 1 it la called after a Dr Du Throughout Italj worl for It mil moMtratlons, the Comir.unist-led "..OOO.onu itrong General Confederation of 1-iUoui an>i Italian Ironlier Customs men found H8 kilos of iiold in his rar last night. Ergas. who destribvil himself as a lextile ed he had nothing to declare on arriving at the fronliei from Met. The gold was found inside the back seat cushion. Customs officers valued it at C 45.000. The Italian police communicated their mlice. and %  ii.int investigation of ErgaS' activities is being made Healer. %  m. W lg a sl e polio lling :he crowd, and demonstration mZZ !" ..'be dedu %  Sr.ia P 7 n ? h "*' r '" ,: L_"*"• 'he arm. .. •nd loaded on to mill%  truck, i"ucu "ii to nnnC !" 1 in ronipl.t, a l m t?"* lob bel. SVSuSu 1 ,. Fu '' Radii „ the Chamber ot ,ill be reduced from 38 result. 11 iconsidered I Peronista will table the motion calling for sanction, against the Radical Part terms of the new which provides for dl measures against persons ot groups carrying out or proposing acts lending to —Healer. of the *•* %  wh.r,r 0n !n " : -'d eleMisr A R.A.F. RESCUE 23 KHARTOUM. April 2. lane to>ign of S*? L .r. 1 *" * reach. J an emergency wag hurt. 23 peo^i. No one Strike Threatens Antigua's Economy I-IUIIM ATvocat# ContW OT ds n e ANTIGUA. April 2W. The <-ontlnucus strike in 1U 12th day seriously threatens Antigua's economy, crippling the principal Indi the sugar factory idle Twenty thousand toil Is unmanufactured pending settle: (tinierned infoimcd the (.ovriixn '.hrough the Federal Labour Officer <.f their willingness to arbitrate for immeUement, but th' This morning a notty erowd *lth •nd oaraded 'he streets sa of placards with the ngt— %  They gathered In in. Bennett Brysrn's where red flaaa arplaces, it be unnecessary to play Pope Receives 30,000 Pilgrims ROME, April 28. Pope Pius XII today 30,000 pilgrims In audienv •" St Peter's basilica Among them was a German pilgrimage from Fottemburg diocese headed by the ll:-iicp. Monsignor Charles Joseph Iiciprerht -Beater red Chilean Minister In Holla.nJ THE HAGUE. April 2V Mr C. Mori. Lynch, who was appointed Chilean Minister to the Netliei lands last January, arrived in Holland to-day from Stockholm with Mrs. Lynch. Morla tu oceede Madame Carmen Vial ue t>il member of the Chilean IK legation to the United Nauon* last September. —Reater PLAY A SEASONED TEAM AGAINST W.I. Warns Jack Hobbs KUM should U (Horn Our (>u i oirrhpoitdeBt) .gainst the Wi !.'1N1K>N. April 29. Instead, oppoiiu^ii Surrey and taken to exper.i ceter, writing in the flayers Saautay Espreas this morning, "In m. vouid b^ acton of the a disastrous folly, and an insult Ing inexperienced to -ur K i"bbs. 2 Paralrooperfl Die In Exorcises PORT BRAOO, MORTH y %  . died in a mass pe tons of fighting i q tUch clli .... -,,.(,. from :< Irsaunorl chuta Hi slping to iush an ertlUei i i hute failed 10 Open Kruler. S'' 11 II i 11 i f i Milt IlilH \ol For War Says W.H.O. Committee %  as a committee of the i'i ilth organisation, Min-makibeUed by the United States us ''potential war material could not possibly be 'iioiOgic.il warfare. The IIUJH run bilmak Extracloisis bt ed in Eastern European but America has refuse-i ti-.in ball 'irtaln." %  World Health Organism lervene and "make evi procure this and oUier eiiuipmen*. for countries requesting it —Krulrf. Trygve Lie In Paris Loyalb l)a> In I .S. 2S I %  %  nue to-day In thi 1 %  %  'he traditional Cm '...Daj %  %  VIIIKHII O/Da the saluti%  %  LONDON, April 10. W i the %  ultimatum— i ti. work on k mi tUUJ of 2.000 %  %  %  k Up for live ol M| ,,n K. — KrHlrr. PARIS. April 29. irtarv-Genei.il. ;nnveil here by air to-day from London on the second leg %  barrage M ti his prosp IftM prospects of his trip | to Moscow. I will gh Conference on May < %  \ and will) tp.n, he said. Lie, who A ill have talks with I .i4ers. is I heir priBI •• o.ei .i J %  Nations special-I —Reuln. Ie sayi bought il the close of i b ea Compitton are already would them Thr We rvork cut oi %  full ot I Ooraptort, end others. — IB) t'ablr). TORNADO KILLS 9: INJURES 100 OKLAH Tornadoes I ihasaa i ass muni %  U lesjtar. Gents' STANDARD MODELS In your favourite colours ol green and black, With or without dyno hubs and 3 or 4 speed Sturmey Archer Gears. 22 inch and 24 inch Frames. 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S ii 11 li .1 -
April :(
1950.
^uttiiau
Biwcate
*
r
Frier:
/
SIX ( E.VTS
Year 55.
CHARLES DISSOLVES BELGIAN PARLIAMENT
ELECTIONS JUNE 4
Abdullah Walks Out
On Arab League
CAIRO. April 29.
KING ABDULLAH of Jordan, interviewed by a corrc-
spondent f the Egyptian newspaper Al Misri. m
te9cried here to have deelared that he would abandon the
lrib U-ague. whether it remained in being or not.
The Political Committee of the seven-mi'inbrr League
been summoned to MM on Mav 2 to .insider Jordan s
annexation of Arab Palestine west of the Jordan, a move1
recognised DV Britain on Thursday.
Java Police
Search For
Murderers
Of TWO AMERICANS
DJAKARTA. April 2>>.
lodcoesiMi police and troops
fOUgboul West Java hnve hern
tftered to search for the murcler-
m of th* two Americans. Robert
nate and Professor Raymond
Sfluaov. killed near the Ban-
ggsj-Cbenbon Road, it was offi-
caflT disclosed to-day.
Gmeral Sukarto. the Republic's
$gf ot Police, has none to
Batdoeng to direct operation*.
American officials in Djakarta
Mtt learned that both Mr. Doyle.
nstt-UO correspondent, and Pro-
jmot Kennedy. Professor of So-
nolofLv it Yale University, were
i the face and ( best .it point
lUnr range site, b< marched
arenl hundred ; :
Sised.
It is not known whether the
Bg were regular troops or not
larks body has been positively
rtolifled. and officials hove little
esibt that the other man was
[,,. : K H< Ulrl
Pollard President
Of Worker* Union
The League was formed five
fiddle But
Arab slates. Its members are
Jordan, Egypt. Saudi Arabia, Iraq,
an, Syria and the Leba-
non
King Abdullah was reported
here to have ,,.U1 the .41 Mlsrt
correspondent In the interview: "I
shall break any Arab economic
blockade of Jordan by force, f
shall negotiate with my neigh-
bour" (presumably a reference to
Israel.
"I shall not abandon the great-
plan" (The Greater
Syria plan envisages a union of
1 Iraq, and perhaps Jor-
dan),
Of BJ9-ptians. Abdullah was re-1
ported to have said: "Tin
African people who do not under- I
lb problems Thev only
leadership of the Arab '
Middle I
Renter
WHAT looked like certain goal
the ball over the bar. Evelyn and Johl
match ended in a goalless draw.
ban fleece, the Bverti
o Spartan fa
Carib Press
Talks End
iBartndOa .Vil.ooulv Corrravuiuhiili
POKT-Or-Sl-Am. April 2a.
Associa-
in ended to-day ana
passed a resolution asking for a
constitutional guarantee to be
written Into the constitution ol
the proposed Caribbean Federa-
tion providing freedom of press
the Fed-
eral Government be given power
amettni
newspapers and other period.-
^m??? ^",~,0*,d",l, It was decided that copies of
i *-55 m< u i" ,i ,he resolution be forwarded to
U* night. Nicholas Pollard, (;overnmen, ,onti.tne<1 and the
PMidem of the Mercantile r^i.,,,-. <-.
Mi Union and member ..( Ihe L,,a"'"t g""* .
PioHf. Commillee which led an ,c ,fc Huchlns. newly elec .
aMmluaUon cammicn. n '" >ent speaking abou Ihe
*Mi praldenl ol Ihe General "-eedocn ol Ihe Pre.* resolution,
farittj Union, ihe largest local i''l: It u vllally important
aasur boa> that we have something In the
Han Johnny Smith. Deputy ltr':"h Caribbean specially pro-
aajor of Beli/c and People'* j vldlng for freedom of the Press..
Oaanture Chairman. was elected . ...
Vfct President ( the General W' '" ""' ,WCSl f m clW!
WoriUTs Union and [Void. America and
atttee Secretarj (h Caribbean Republics a is
Wanned to the Union's Exec, taenual that our pool*
n Council Don be clanlied. I should not like
Bollard mi). to have the British Caribbean
Phsideni '' \ ed In a category subservient
I-Sia. f The Annual ,-d ihe
axe eiv.ii.ii c
fttudent and Patriarch of th.
Hhiteat on the Union Miclll,
Codes were referred to the
Ittta for con-
sideration after which members
circularised for criticism and re-
turned to the main body the final
discussion.
A i.-nlution was passed that the
, itch .i letter ti
Mr. C. A. L. Gale, fon i
I -sing the hop'
ban discovered by 'verj
tie entertained
named hue tonight la| cocktail* at Government House
Keuter. thai .iltcrnoon.
"Economic
Sabotage"
Clean-Up
IN BAST GERMANY
DF.SSAU. Soviet Zone.
April IS
OecnsaB court to-dav
sentenced [aimer Saxe Acthalt
Labour M ilerwegcti
and fori:
official Will Drundert to IS years'
imprisonment.
The sentences In the Bad
German Republics lust mail
economic sabotage trial
nounced bj 47-year-old Brune'.te
Hikie Beniamln, the Court1! pres-
ident.
Herweigen and Brundl
aro ot nine dc!<
i illegally transferring more
than 100,000,000 retehmarki In
nationalised company assets from
East to West Germany.
The court also sentenced In
Absentia Fnedruli Mithfessel
Former Dessau Gas Company
Director, who tied to West
Germany to escape 15 years' im-
prisonment.
Other sentences were: Dr
Leopold Kaaz, former Dess.n.
Chamber of Conunerce I'resulrni
12 years.
Hermann Mueller, Gas Com-
pany eo-Dln-ctor. 12 years' Paul
1 loll 1-iwyer. eight v,
I auli. former Dessau Chamber of
ComroaroB oflkdal. even years.
Ernest Simon, former Dessau.
Bsanu judge, four years: Helnrlch
Scharf. former Bank Dm
incuti.e and presented him wit
awushed pion.....to local
A Ntw Plan-1
MOSCOW. April 29. I
1 >* pli lisplav j
il movement" has
PER0N WILL OPEN 84TH
ARGENTINE CONGRESS
On May Day
HUKNOS AIRES, April 29.
THE CEREMONIAL inaguration of the eighty-fourth
AjKentine Congress wilh a lengthy speech by Pn
_reroii will lake place on Monday morning, M
Working sessions ol both Upper
and Lower Houses will slart the
niioon. during whicii
both *ill consider motions pro-
tnotlruj Peron from BriK*dier to
Meal whuh promollor.
Peron deellned to accept last year.
on the (rounds that he could nol
sign his own promotion
With the .cominet. .
the working sessions, political
dltlerenees between Peronista and
Hadlcal parlies will again become
pronounced especially as 20 radical
whose tenure ol nmce
prolonged tor two years
under terms ot the new Argentine
n refused to recognise
,nd today m
Dockers Riot
Afwnst U.S. Arms
Aid To Italy
NAPLES. April 2.
,"* Police Uwlay charged and
BE "LA ''emonstration o( 100
[ dockers protcsimg ag.ln
Z W-" i" N,P'M '' 'he sec-
J5^"d ot American arms tor
Bfel Mtor.
hcav.1
- ot tanks and
SVaVnU^"rJ*" unlMd'd
Ullar/ 7k,',N und"
a" "I..NM*^whistl,,,, and
. v^-hich means
^fc?*-re*n ^ontniunivt workers.
Waiaat
Worldwide May Day
Celebrations Planned
COMMUNISTS, ANTI-COMMUNISTS
PREPARE RIVAL DEMONSTRATIONS
LONDON \<
COMMUNIST and Non-Commum.-i
OWr ;ur this week-end plannniL; \ \.
paradct, ami processions to mark Mu\ \\t\ m Monday.
With inanj lea
due to take part in the May Da)
les'.n.il Keuter CassMBI '
centres gave a picture if liie split
between ComnMlHasI
demonstrations wpportlni lloi-
anatve and non-
Communi'l and antiH'onimunist
groups acting
In Tr,.i ith Africa
where police stood by in light tank*
and armoured oil
political it
avoided Potto*
reports.
Paris
In Paris. Conu
with (lags and banners oft Monday
to the Place Bastillr Qffsjsjral
Dv OauUfi party, raUy of the
, i .'.
hid for the support of DM worklni
class by holding I fate Ol labour,
\. nth and sport" In Uv
rid o| the
city.
In the southern < workers! dis-
tricts of Oantily end Ai
Flying Discs
Vanish Into
Tin* Clouds
HTLAN April 19

tile in the
I
un as "flrlnj discs hoy-
o cireuJu
...
I

lull and
I brilliantly lum-
Inoui TI i vanished
into the i I- ther disci
drew crowdi Into the rtreeta !te
last night .is thev pauatl
in their
seemuiK Mfhl Front Bast
it Milan Alr-
Force Conui ipparl-
i men! <>f b


i

the .sun gUnttng hn^hth
from thi
.lies again stated the- could not
lexi.l.iin th> .
BRUSSELS, April 29.
pRINCE REGENT CHARLES to-day dissolved
Belgium s Parliament when the staunchly pro
Leopold Catholics temporarily abandoned six
weeks' stubborn efforts to get ftie exiled monarch
King Leopold, back to the throne.
The new election will be held on June 4, a year
after the General Election which put the Catholics
in power with a majority of nine in the upper House
of Parliament, but two votes short in the lower
SpDJd& Window
rrlim im| ,r
m mum rim
I Krua.iiBWn
arm Cmnirr llu- thlnl plarr
hi- .mii.- cup BM-Ufa,
l* umr will Att\v who wlU
ChSlMSSM s-oatian
3 Years For
Nudists
UNDRESS IN COURT
Argentine
Beauty Queens
Parade
ON MAY DAY
BUBVOfi AIRES, Aj
I-ihour Day will be a gala day
for Argentine workers who aill
come from all parts of the coun-
try to take part in a tut I
monstration in Plaza Mayo, organ-
ised by the Confereraclon General
Del Trabajo, in which President
Peron and Senora 1 ' \
speak Regional "Beauty Queens"
ready arrived in Buenos
Aires from the IntarkM ctMinto
(or the Ma> Day parade, during
which a "Labour Queen aiII bo
elected and crowned" by the
President's wife.
Work will be stopped through-
out the country while transport
shiih Miil be augmented
'o handle huge crowds, will carri
out a token halt during the day.
It ruler
700 Leave China
WASHINGTON. April* 29
More than 700 foreigners of 26
different nationalities have board-
d the American lmei <; Gordon" off Tientsin In
evacuation from Communist Chi-
na, the State Department an-
nounced here to-day. Their de-
parture completes the evacuation
of American officials and the
closing of all official United
States establishments in Com-
munist China
It ruler.
HKIT. COLUMBIA. April 29.
Thirty "Sons of Freedom" Douk-
hobors, members of a fanatical
off-shoot of a Russiai
. -n court

for nude

Shouting, "the
Ing," Dora
1'erihoodoff slipped out of her
coat Poim ftpped bat Umn
tmt another woman stood naked in
the court room, bason the police
who had been *i
four women from disrobing at
once could throw a blanket
around her.
They had Ix-en .mested after
200 naked men and women
chanted weird Russian bj
paraded with (laming torches.
had in-
flamed their village in i
termed a "sacrificial net' in pro-
Otri the imprisonment of
fellow "Freedot'
The jwhee reported that the
valley "looked like a Nudist
camp."
The Doukhobor sect was found-
ed in Russia in the IBth century,
treat to acknowledge the
TaUdlt) of any man-made law.
and their objection to
t0 lelentless
action against them. About lifty
were allowed to
emivate from Russia, and 15,000
settled in British Columbia and
Saskatchewan. Rralrr.
Red China
Appoints UN. \
Delegates
HONGKONG tprll 2V
Communist Cl
has in- |
;. rmed tl
Lie that
I has ap-
pointed deVal
i United Netioni Bco-
on for Asia and
The official Communist news

lelesiratri
tang re-
i ie" wtTC

"must ho driven out
iphad to
the League "i Ri


Renter.
Sugar Talks
In Mid-May
It lus tiren .mrnl l>> the
ictnrd llul a> proposed .it
tin- iiM'ii.uli ( onlcrrnif.
I I (II I -fill. ill. I Hl-t 1 II ll L HI
(Irlrcatlon should sssssnaet
in London LB Ihr middle of
Mi to ilioruM *utAr policy
ith His MaiJaftys (iovern-
mriil mIui InsTC indicated
thrir uilllnsneiw to receivr
Ihr detention durlna the
week bafuuBlng lltfe Maa
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01 105,000 n
man fUrn
xrried

m, told the
he had produced
the express miieis ol
whom I

Raster,
The eicviion will be fought
n 1-eopold's return to the
ifter live years in pro-
visional exile.
A referendum last month show-
ed 57.6 of the nation in favour
of bringing htm back. But th.-
final decision rested with parlla-
DMBt,
' shortage of two vote* in
the Lower Chamber, and bitter
opposition from the Socialists, the
- second party, forced
'"Ins into protracted ne-
gotiations with the Liberals, who
hold the balance.
I*remler Cation Eyskcns' Ca-
thoUc-Libaral Coalition c.ovem-
II .-arly last month when
rnemban of the Cabinet
to agree to summoning a
tdon of the two houses to
law
keeping the King; in provisional
Then (.cgan a series of pil-
Krimaici- aid's lakeside
home near Geneva. BwltaD
ill the parties.
failed to bridge the gulf. Than
two weeks ago, the King I :
[or to

am power temporarily to all
i llaudoain.

Eo at-
cept tta tntar-
/erland, as
:hnt the So-
--ociated with the
< ling talks. 1'
Charles saw Van Zeeland
soon after mid-day to-day, and
solution was announced
immediately afterward
taker"
ml to the Roy-
nl Palm.
Reuler.
Strike Ends
In London
.
Stalin Avenue*1 it la
called after a Dr Du
Throughout Italj worl
for It mil
moMtratlons, the Com-
ir.unist-led "..OOO.onu itrong Gener-
al Confederation of 1-iUoui
an>i Uiion of Railwaymen has ordered
O* psge II.
found II Uh
45,000 In Gold
NICE. April 2.
A Sa-yeai-old Amttlcan. Jack
Ergas. was held b>
Italian Ironlier Customs men found
H8 kilos of iiold in his rar last
night.
Ergas. who destribvil himself as
a lextile ed he had
nothing to declare on arriving at
the fronliei from Met.
The gold was found inside the
back seat cushion. Customs offic-
ers valued it at C 45.000. The
Italian police communicated their
mlice. and
ii.int investigation of ErgaS'
activities is being made Healer.
m.
"Wlgasl
e polio
lling
:he crowd, and
- demonstration
mZZ ..'be dedu
Sr.iaP7,n?h"*'r" '",:
L_"*" 'he arm. ..
nd loaded on to mill-
truck, i- "-ucu "ii to nnn-
C1 in ronipl.t, ,alm
t?"* lob bel.
SVSuSu1,. Fu''
Radii
the Chamber ot
,ill be reduced from 38
, result. 11 i- considered
I Peronista will table
the motion calling for sanction,
against the Radical Part
terms of the new
which provides for dl
measures against persons ot
groups carrying out or proposing
acts lending to
Healer.

of the
** wh.r,r0n !n"" :-'d ele- Misr A
R.A.F. RESCUE 23
KHARTOUM. April 2.
lane to-
>ign of

S*?
L
.r.1*" *
, reach. J an emergency
wag hurt.
23 peo^i.
No one
Strike Threatens
Antigua's Economy
i-iuiIm ATvocat# ContWOTdsne
ANTIGUA. April 2W.
The <-ontlnucus
strike in 1U 12th day seriously
threatens Antigua's economy, crip-
pling the principal Indi
the sugar factory idle
Twenty thousand toil
Is unmanufactured pending settle-
: (tinierned in-
foimcd the (.ovriixn '.hrough the
Federal Labour Officer <.f their
willingness to arbitrate for imme-
Uement, but th'
This morning a notty erowd *lth
nd oaraded 'he streets
sa of placards with the
ngt

They gathered In in.
Bennett Brysrn's where red flaaa ar- places, it
, be unnecessary to play
Pope Receives
30,000 Pilgrims
ROME, April 28.
Pope Pius XII today
30,000 pilgrims In audienv "
St Peter's basilica Among them
was a German pilgrimage from
Fottemburg diocese headed by
the ll:-iicp. Monsignor Charles
Joseph Iiciprerht
-Beater
red
Chilean Minister
In Holla.nJ
THE HAGUE. April 2V
Mr C. Mori. Lynch, who was
appointed Chilean Minister to the
Netliei lands last January, arrived
in Holland to-day from Stock-
holm with Mrs. Lynch. Morla
tuoceede Madame Carmen Vial ue
t>il mem-
ber of the Chilean Ik legation to
the United Nauon* last Septem-
ber.
Reater
PLAY A SEASONED
TEAM AGAINST W.I.
Warns Jack Hobbs
kUm
should U
(Horn Our (>u i oirrhpoitdeBt) .gainst the Wi
!.'1N1K>N. April 29. Instead, oppoiiu^ii
Surrey and taken to exper.i
ceter, writing in the flayers
Saautay Espreas this morning, "In m. vouid b^
acton of the a disastrous folly, and an insult
Ing inexperienced to -ur k i"bbs.
2 Paralrooperfl
Die In Exorcises
PORT BRAOO, MORTH
y .
died in a mass pe
tons of
fighting i q tUch cll-
i
.... -,,.(,.
from :<
Irsaunorl
chuta Hi slping to
iush an ertlUei i
i
hute failed 10 Open Kruler.
S'' 11 ii i 11 i f i Milt IlilH
\ol For War
Says W.H.O. Committee
.
as a committee of the i'i
ilth organisation,
Min-mak-
ibeUed by the
United States us ''potential war
material could not possibly be
! 'iioiOgic.il warfare.
The iiujh run
bilmak Extraclois- is bt
ed in Eastern European
but America has refuse-i
ti-.in ball 'irtaln."

World Health Organism
lervene and "make evi
procure this and oUier eiiuipmen*.
for countries requesting it "
Krulrf.
Trygve Lie In Paris
Loyalb l)a> In I .S.
. 2S
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irtarv-Genei.il. ;nnveil here by
air to-day from London on the
second leg
barrage
M ti his prosp
IftM prospects of his trip |
to Moscow. I will gh
Conference on May <' \ and will)
! tp.n,
he said.
Lie, who a ill have talks with I
' .i4ers. is I
heir priBI o.ei .i J
Nations special-I
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"
il the close of
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MM).\V. APRIL 3, ,, i
Qahib Calling
MR. PHILIP HEWITT WRING. Public Relations Adviser to
Colonial Development and Welfare < backing; camera) shakes
hands with the new Comptroller for Development and W<'lf.in\
Sir Georie Set! LCCktO it the Baggage Warehouse yesterday
HON HAROLD ROBINSON
Chairman nf K W I S A
.irrived from Trinidad
B.W.l.A. for discussions
Senior Mistress
rriav wISS W I <*" ""
by B.W.I.A. for discussions with iYI Senior Mislresscs at S.
Mr. E. H. Robinson. Preside! >1 School, returned by
the Barbados Sugar Producers the 'Colflto' yesterday after spend-
Association. Hon. G. D L PU mg nine months in England <-n
;.nd Hon. H A Cuke. M LC He holiday
returned to Trinidad the
ifternoon
Police Chief. Gold Co.it
H/fR. M K M '
CommisMotier of Poll
liens and their
daughter Miss DtirdeColk
morning fro-n
the 1'K
where they will spend ar*o\i*. six
weeks* hoitd.iv
Mr. Collcns who was a member
of the Trinidad Police Force about
.' Superin-
tendent told Carlb that he was now
visiting that colony to r*
ues during his polire
.tays.
He said that he is on six months'
|MV Ukd the rest ol the time will
be spoilt in England, the mnin
, ..
Cricket (era
During his short stay in Barba-
CoL R. '
of Police
with whom he spent II
the NiKcc.i Pottcs Force.
Eight Months at Oxford
H4H ACHILLE P1NARD. AssU-
tant Government Secretary
in Dominica is on his way home
after an eight months' course at
Oxford on Colonial Administra-
imn He arrived in Barbados
yesterday by the GoI;tr.>.
!* hen- until he eBfl ISSim ' P I
passage to Doir i
Nearly Two Years
MISS Nell Archer, aft.
tug nearly
England returned yesterday by
Bto".
On Long Leave
Mr w. Nlcholb
(WO children.
Margaret an
England. T* weeks ago. tfcey
are Mr.

with
Mr. MkrhaJb > tfcJT ?
Rev. and Mrs. J. R v
of Belleville, and they expect to
be here for about four months;
he is on long leave and nasn t
been home in three and I half
years
Engaged
rr*HE sagafi '
nounced on Wodnes-i i
ning In Trinidad between
Elaine Hutson. the di.ughv
Dr. and Mr- 1. R Hutson of Anti-
gua, and Mr Harold Bm
younger son of Mr and Mr I
i. rrer.-i. Snr ,,
Roth Bakaa md ft raid i
known in Barbados N
them used to go to school hen-
Away For Iwo Weeks
MR. A. E TAYLOR and his
grandson Alfred
Caracas yesterday by B.W 1 A
They expect to be
msfes,
Young Alfred is going to
Caracas to visit some of his little
Spanish girl friends, some of his
Barbadian girl Inends on toe
Hastings Rocks may take 'a dim
view of this.'
Mr. and Mn.
Flying to Valparaiso
MR H C REYNOLDS, tin-
new Chief Officer of the
Cable Ship ffltctri was an intran-
llt passenger un the Golfito for
a Prom Trinidad
he a.II flj i and Join
his .ship U* I ship was
Ritreaatr stationed in
Singapore. He is relieving Mr.
Cross on the Elecira.
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IOMI1 al H.JO and MONUW :< A >
KVSK tHH OENE
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IN
\ii.\l-. pnuhliurltHin M
"Mike" Hunte
Married Yesterday
YESTERDAY afternoon at 4
o'clock the James Still
Methodist Church was attractively
Id as Miss Gloria Warren,
daughter of Mrs. Beryl Warren of
Ravburn. My Lord's Hill and the
late Mr. Byron Warren was
married to Mr H C. 'Mike'
Hunte son of Mr. and Mrs. M. It.
Hunte of Ethelridge', Bank Ball
The ceremony which was fully
choral was performed by the Rev.
Frank Lawrence.
I The IJnde m uscoiled up tho
[aiala by bar brohtar %l>- Kennatk
Warren and she pit
beautiful picture In ;i cloud pink
latin dress, wll
fitting Ixxtiee and
H<
was held

lulls. H.t inake-
kCJ m Bains Kn -
I Dorotbj
: : i

the Untie was ths Brt

bossed organza with off Ike
shoulder neaitttne Hi
of the an
and held in plaM
Of white flowers. She
Vletorun posy of whtta
and pink gerbtl
Hi C Allans r i
man. and
at 'Bev.'ili'.v' Btrathcl]
The bappB
to spend then
oon at Edgewater Hotel.
Huth>heba.
wbsMauia
lUSC With Molly rJJJ
'ho-nowi^S
the Golfll* tna 2
.... Mr. n T Uadmn, leh, wLTCfi
'wo iwiaWsl?

A Leading Meais,
M r T w eworK--.
pently in b-
attondinit the ctmfeT
ol Ciwtt J
I' nt the litCi
of his stay with his fr!
* Km?J
InRS. Durini Mr. WorreBj
number >>1 his fnendi mm*
uncheoq J&S _
them were Mmi. v, C,(k*.3
Mr. W W. Heece, KC
General. l)r L. Wara.MrDi
Ward. Mr H. A. Tutolf
M' C. A. CopW'ti
ment An.il.vst. Dr. A. hafl
another visitor from TtommT
Kirton. Mr. John PerrelnLi
Bronki-r n.l Mr. IW tf
M.C P. Mr Worrell. wBoiij
1 -- of the Anai]
to Tnnidjjd]
' I the Creole r
ie to be rustfi
two. During taa
Iso saw ass
'i . '.Lurounibnai
Molly Radcliff'' Arrivei
M'
:
liis wire.


Madams ' '
DanciiiH-
Mr. m. v
;

MX P
To be Married Shortly


morning bj
.
i i
iri>tn Van
Arrived by the Golfito

>
Mr. and
..
tner
In W.l. Once Aw
M'V COWMS,
iii llw West Irdies Iki.
insnur >nta*
iho "ColBto" imoutcuBH
Ho iol yet if he would return kl
::<> in Barbisi
the Went !ada
one year ago.
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AUolson Sings Again*
SISDAY ADVOCATE
1UBEE
m Kn-
usd ""! iihs.
.ike up
<*20nenl >..Ui ih;
By G.B.
iiZ "ever ippcars'h,s *** h
S "' a sPr'kl'ne "' new
Jolson and his wile jL|,e. ,,, ,V v ON THE TOWN
continues with his retur ,., .
.y .f.er a pcricM , iVS^." "d
" 'ollow. succeas hir'm ',n^-'r "". .at]
ihe granlini ol ..
Jolon become dan, d*< K "O"
UP I.U work. Durln. the S^"**' ""-i'"
'""ever, he goes ove ". < ?
' mlng the troups and , h J" Munsnln "-- ">e three goM
return, realiaa. thai lime. I '.'ilnilel> plan
* .<> have one rlotou.
, .....*=..* inm limes have .-------------------* ^..-.,.taa-.c uii.
changed one-hu type of enteric,,, c uoe rl0Im> ""
ment is no U^SZ
His marriage to an A, n?,?" "" '' ^sslul n
;"" point. anT'hroukt !!"* "" *"""' "'" '
'iragement. '
he
..:'-
.-- ears.
ucress""and "hanntae-. ,sia"ln '" subway, the
"rain, culminating in his ,dom ,
* in TlU IhreeloilndVera-i
Story" which I. hi, own life 2SK ,^>""'
wr.\H.l J1L1LN. Kelly falls in love when
From the technical point nl nor *" ,n 'he train. Burins
'lew. the nim is skilfully lumdltd ;''""'' * '"" ""'
aadla """' S? I'rk. mimin, Jotaool ,,". 5K ,alli " Sl,,*,r* ""I A""
S*"?1* ,|. .actions ...... Miller, a glamourous student ..1
K"S a, in ve. sums "*' "'"" WPOlOf, whom thrv
"* *l, . hi m! '- U WKKU. as tJ he atavS lho Muaauni of Natural II.
,., uubelievabie. Parts ^ar^o "' ,h"r m'"-v ""
C*|i^K?,aSu It.- r'Wr,oJl,in^;.b, Eventually. Kelly and.
but he has been able, ihrouil, !he T"""*>' ">" * I
laUHK of her trip down from MU"Ul inutpretaliun ol lu, ,Me ?*'} *"' rrom ""' Empire
llW she salo that it was a nnd the uncanny capturing i Hu"a""' "" riotous roun i
!zTajihiful one and udded Jolaon's Denonaluv i......... .... imd ai
ISpi she said that it was a =na tne uncannj
S-^^^alightful ape and added Jolson s personalli
It was regrettable that she impression that It
.____. ^uu. .1-.....mil.I i.lf .. .!._____
lallty, io
games, nliiht-cluba. Coney
--------- ,., i, jplson i,im- liland-"here they have a dust-up
che would self on Ihe screen. An nmum, w"h '"' policeand liiu
41 tnHI w.^ ..I____ -. ,H .-n Hrnrtlrlun M-...,. V..^.l
Ban .-----
a enese'
lluy T.C.A. Pereonnel
[*V i I
III Leen visit
sjneok ihe recei
raoibank c.rc
Tarpon 'roni V. :.' i I Mr. aud
Ifn s M. Seaton from Toronto
i. __ !.-. 1 In ..
I
Htarneii [rom fin on Mon-
lij. Mr. B] ...II: irrivi'd
frar. L'.K :
Kky airJ th<
IM Ocean View Hotel.
Wtfk's l.niss Sf.ir
Slorelurn so soon as she would self on Ihe screen. An omus'no w"h "* PC-'iceand linall
C, liked 10 see ihe West Indies sequence shows Parks as himself "P Brookl,n N>vv Y"^-
slaickel being introduced to Parka as Al The rath'r llimsy plot is more
Jolson and in another instance ,h0n m*d* up ,or b-y "" '
1IA.NY I.CA. personal k- as AUolsoi rlanclng and the catchy tunes that
Ji en visili.it; ha. badO*. " hm'!<''! '" " 'he Jolaon double' J* "SSjfS T! '
Sounds like confusion of the wont 1Vc-Elle" and Kcllv "' l"<"-
klnd but it's not when seen ,. 'ar'y eood and executed in meal
"n '" .in
formed by Ann Mil:
. ,' ""'"" Haie, as Jolaon's second "t nd Ihe Ih...
2JZ i- Ju "','' ,f WlU,ou' a doub'. a " *->- concluding wh Ihe
! riiougn collapse of a large dinosaur. I. one
u UsmforH from f n,*COB,er- >'"' handled her role of Ihe most amusing hlfhll
Mb Mrs. Tom llamford from in uioroughly compete,;- Um.
RTmLj Ur. Kin.- .nvrd i'i""' he" numour a"d Mm- On The Town" Is brie).-
y- ,;;'; ;;;' ""^.^"j. - most fi.-. ,he ,.,
Villiam Demerest as goodand It's in Technieolour.
:;.: r. COMMAND DCCIBIOI.
l^lirttend.,,, ;.. e i all ^''T* -'"i "jSS? ""J! :'' "> a" outstanding story
"rStalStlian .. ;,:,!" J,K"a,h" .,f'he war, showing at,,..
1 U.k.n^ H... Theatre (Worthing). To quote
_,,!?!, I Amongst the interesting high- a group ol A
pOLONr.1. :l Bloodworm llghu o( Iho ,, ar. ,,.,,. ..,, is a sludyp , ||t,r.
V o. C.u.i a.. ... ,,,.;.es shots in a studio during ihe military, of the in\olvcd siraiegics
11 making of "Tho Jolson St.; ..,r and of the responsibilities
a scene sh iwmg the method ol of cuinmaiid, cowented chielly
recotdina with the problems ol a !...
All the old favourites that Joi- General, who must weight his own
son used to sing are heard again convictions against the
"I'm looking Over a Four Leaf of public, political and military
llaby Face," a ke Cable in the
Regards To Broadway," and a lead seems completely right, and
host of others that will take a lol Walter Pigeons par! is notable;
' us back many years. the supporting cast is excellent
Elondie Comes To Life
HOLLYWOOD, She rwtttb rvtunwd I i
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i
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ties, both double and
Mugie to choose from, and all of
the ilowers are beautiful, tlower-
rlgbt through the
year. Hlbttoui IlkM ta open sunny
auUiihi. 1'he bushes.
Mhleta will attain a height from
1 be grown
.ts a hadfe, m atal shrub,
or as a Standard. If grown as
tiedge, cuUiniis a foot long should
!>e planted in a criss-cross posi-
tion touching each other thus
XXX and each pair of cuttings
should be a foot and a half apart
from (he next pair. Plant a second
row a foot in front of (he back
row, so that you have a douBTe
iow of criss-cross cuttings for
Ini i Standnrd
Slandai. t% charm-
ing, and are not dillicult to grow.
Lgbt cutting
from four to six feel long, cut
off all (he leaves, and plant it very
(irmly in the chosen spot, stak-
ing it If you think It Is necessary.
After i( has started U) spring cut
it lo the correct length of three
foot, and laretully cut out all the
eyes along tho -talk except lho.se
at the (op. Allow these (o sprout
. but keep (hem well
trimmed in u bouquet tirn suffi-
BUtt tho Standard does
. top heavy look. Mibis-
t us Bowers .we lovely in the house.
but unfortunately they mlv |TM
ret live lb*
same length of time completely
water, so can be arrang-
angr way, whlcn
makes up for their
ihort life. Mibiscu- plant! an
kad by Srnle HUght '
tldi nuisance looks
like small shiny brown lumps all
the plant. At the
II will be i.odcrti ibat

nd that the plant is

i<(en Hook of Rarba-
g that the Boot]
M leaves is an accom-
light. and
lesponsi-
lighi The
i laea getting rid ol
king them
iiestroy-
ling water
has been dotw

iiy to pruna the
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SUNDAY ADVOCATi:
SUNDAY. APRIL
SPAXTAIX-EVERTOIS
IIS GOALLESS DRA W
BABLY th, nrd to have witnessed a
football match lot '
haltlo to a u .valleys draw at
Jamaica Sixer'* New
Cricketers' Cocktail
R
The team* were somewhat
evenly matched. At the ttart
Everton were on the ofTen-.
Dehid- executed some good forward
In* four again * threatening their op-
. Tits' goal, but towards the end
' '"' J*" J on part of the
hire against lit
Worcesternhm at Wo
On seeing the announcement -.partm took over
ll__ _^ -n>nn*kl>UI -kfil" tVlIYI-1 Wl'btt 111' tltt IdllM". I'M hnm till _.'
PM and
itl know was born on
finding out .something about th
May 2, 1901 and formcrl> mined 0U1 PM
1830.
The defence, on either side
Satxtnnah
Trtmquility
Tournament
IN MAY
SKCOND IN BATTIM. \M> HOWI.IM.
He w.. one however;*.," soW."ana Everton'* fj ,*"8, TS*JS,'S0S J"",-
custodian who o, 5. two .oa.- JjJjJJ -b_jnW,
J. __i j III IDC til DailflUbB Ull IIIV Mt> .
dlx>lm,,.-,v,- ESTS J^ l' th ,'i '""" Savannah ELM Club.
. _-------------------- Harris for Spartan on the otner h(1 Tranquil.it y have lire
ages for Worcesterstui- -hip games. na(KL d(d quite wcll on tne com- ^i,.;,,.,] Q, toam among
AST season he was second in both v i
11 ready
Is
F. Gun Munro who last year
defeated the Local Singi<
Taylor and Dr. C.
Tranquility's team are:
MEM M (ruchle) Nothnage1.
F Hun Munro. 1' Wadell. A. De-
Scandella. and
He scored 851 runs In 26 innings. His highest score was 166 and his paratively few occasions on
avenge 34.04. li ''amm but no had to rxert himself
thli was sufficient to earn him second place in the bowling averages Evciton started oft defending tne pions > >
vZ .even wicket, taken a. a cos. of >Jjj M..........,
ber ol lha 18 M.C C loui rnrr w ,hc , o( ,
Individual amount ol wickets on any side durum UM tour 30 at a f(trir, ||} ,.rlUrc.half Cadogan whi. V.-itcuil. D
rost of 38.2B runs each and sent down 511 :i ,1 alter running several T S
His lelt arm slows were tlwayi Itapactad attbMUjb :,r.l\ !.. kick the ball away from I.ADII
trated too much on naj ' halsman as well
and will obviously be '" ta) watch in that team.
R. Jenkins, alow leg break and googly bowlet wUl !
player that will surely earn considerable respect Irom the W.st In-
to! In his having been "sent the M I
_ .... .___ ***ii _. In AH inmo( U.'
THE "JAMAICAN SIXER" is the name .f a i
: introduced to London at a party given at the Savoy
v the Sugar Manufacturers- Association of Jamaica
Indian team now in England.
Invented by Mr A \ Davidge.
winner of the 1949 Jamaica Rum
C'CK-k'-ail Competition, it is made _______
ol the following ingredients: I ACKNOWLEDGE with many thanks a copy of th, -bv,^
naica rum; 16 Apricot Broed,rs' Review" Volume XXXVII, 1948. Founded in lllji?
Brandy. 10 Creme dc Cacao. ^^ o( Ule Bri,h Bloodstock Agency Ltd and published _5*
Dash of Peach Bitters; Dasn or_____|^ hau> ll^Bme a|mo,t the bible of British hr~ _~
Grenadine. Fresh lemon
ice-shakes
Sir Pelhar.
the Urn <"" '" "}" lha Bloodstock Breeders' Review" was one .f the four work,,,-
Wt*l indies and nrst played crick- COMUlwa by him to ve-ify his facts and round off h J7
morning Tn."mfnitwurl with Th. other three work, he consulted were : "The Racing c^
!Tnve ncUooy bowling to me ..^ General Stud Book", and Ruff, Guide to the Turf" ,
along the gallery round our house.
It was a perfect wicket I had
the great honour to play 'orjhe -- ^ ascriptions of horses and races not to mention
lish of owners ol me n u.-.----------m~,-------------- iiuuiumj -
luice these books have become almost the bible of British hon rfcj^
,: lo have they become from year to year that when CaoTri
ronunit nmwnp sat Oown to write his famous "History of the Bina,,:1
I
of the latter are mainly reference books listing straight factual a^
we ma) guess that the Bloodstock Breeders' Review often haBB?
Mildred Cam-
Blades, Everton's InslJe-right who bridge, Miss II. Tresti..:l. Mi.
was on the verge of sending in C n.v.iteuil and Miss Anita
"stinger" at close range and which Rcid
likely might i Al1 "' 'he above players have
' ' '"" " -** __l
last season culmlnat- with
Kv rton continued on the attach who is making his first ]
luded M * there was wit- anc* foi
wbiefa
nessed some tine head passing *- Tlw l^cal IWi hsu not yet
forwards in Spart..>
The danger w.. .iveit- MM ''' ladies hove t
teDO* and soon
after their forwards mi
-.,.., :;
(or the first time. Laft-wfaffl
I < got possession of the bwll
n(j and centred accurately but no one
.;; ,*.sition and the baj
ha
Quickly alter, Johnson .t kntlda -
right who was now sjBttinfj Inl
stride, received a go--' ;
goal area fi.: kith
Of the goal. Spartan were
i name A few
for scoring
Captain
The tournament
l !2th.
T'dad Merchants XI
Tours SI. Lucia
The
ST. LUCIA, April 28.
tourlof Merchan:
from Trinidad, playing a final Test
. iidi tide
the moat at them t.oal- .,, V||.,

:.|.
tot*] of 240
of South AMCf. & 1.226 runs
an inningj of 10 a.s ; *
rUnSCflCh (HMMh UiAINSI MAN1 TO! KIMS
R.T.D.PBRKC
the first ball to the optnlnfl bgAflmeo ol b i
probably i ""' Iam''
. Australians New BjaJ Indians
West Indians have been opening U "J0^
against Wore lVin ,,,t, """rlumVT '," ^wl
the first ball of 1
liiael Itfwi '" '" *' '
In 874 overs he captm "verage
coat of 23 n nil .
L Outebobn bottl ,
passed the '.housaiui
scored 1,178 ut and
l(f n t^ run
runs per i
WON -l\ IIMIS
WOBCKSTERSH1RI
in tin
scored V :
Thev twice ddeated I
tonshirc M,. *! J"' ^ I Bklmxr Rlektal part-
County ol
.....,,_,.,,, m.....;'a '.JozrJpdr",or5h'"
WHOSAYS SOI 1 I I.H II I d JmZar and Shuffler wi
A. vcellrnl displays ,hc vu,.d^ whcn slumps wtn
' " ' li awn.
wtthoot unduly weakening th.
. the left
uc'iuamted ri _. wing and to a slightly lesser de-
.[,... Keith Walcott on the right
truUu|i ,1 you ibOUM SUtl building your
next b
, ,i
If th. v.
HOI (i\ \ PAH
T'
1
*?*** ln,l,erTe.m900th,.t mtimate stories of many of the leading personalities o,
came to this country. I am too ;urt The story behind the history so to speak. TTCfc
old to boastbut I'm "8 and not !ribule could be paid to this book.
out! Perhaps you will forgive me
if I mention that I made a htin- During the last World War the book naturally Tiffertd. dga
dred. I remember going in to ,,._, u,e i,ck of paper, but a great deal from the scarcity ig^
bat with Oliver. He nearly ran me B( inimitable style of the late Mi fZ
Happv Visit was forced to giva way to more brief accounts of the doings ol EW
Well two years ago. alter 50 thoroughbreds and the sportsmen who breed and race them g^
years' absence from the West lhetaK the books lost none of their historic value After -j,
indies, I had the great good for- ^ ^^ d,d nol relurn to normal the brief style continual v
1""' e *
F';;;,1 StSSST Sw^d. TkSH ?l ^oro ^ back . fuller stories which inake for more ^
' .I" '""> broadcasting reports and com- can assure you I had the most roadlng. It is to be hoped that it wiU not be long before th. ^
,, t 'tr. ii'.V", it, i^l mentanes on the West Indian glorious and happy time that any Edilor, Mr Bernard CSullivan, will have as much spate,k
(",'iituu an 1 l'.'i ' ,our bel"; ".I dc"""1 man could h"" 'V? sphei^ desira. and so do justice to his subject in the fashion set by ,.
I captain ami ioi tn> (l BI,nngements In this connec- hie, i was complel. ly spoiled. *" """" -
Local Team pr llarold Skeete ,ion and ,hc, lal wlvdra-hl n kindness, hospitality and Mr Moorhouse. ____
been selected non-playing ?n whi<. lhKe broadcasts will be Mio ,h>n nevor forget. But what pleaaea me more than ever about tins latest T^
|.'.oI..,'..!.
SIR 1-1 I II \M IV MtM 11
W.I. Cricket
Broadcasts
"In n* part of the British ;,nd here my West Indian pride must be pardoned, is that lira,
Test MatcfWC Ball by ball com- Empire is cricket more eloaely ,,, tltnc |n ,he history of the Annual, there is :i |.i--ture ol M(
bout each day's foUowed and more keenly pUyed.
from 10.15 to 17 45 GMT on EnUmataani U
play
our Creoles winning one of our classics. Of course I '-nee I
- coming out because I sent it myself, but that does not u
from lit.15 to 14.00 GMT will also Mateh. the whole pi
Pried <>n H* 85 metres, 15.07
megat;-1
with ears and everybody i'
ryine the match And -*o well
educated are the WeM Indlai
ded ., ., .oild History of the thoroughbred, fur such a
'""" a hat the Bloodsto..!: Breeders' !.-. e beetani
-"~^T.X"'''k'
ing
eommentarles will bo given on
(uilf-hfiur's play befon
decided to 10 back ci
and the Tet Match i
I tIAll Hi 21
on the "tith
_r .n grand style
i. attempt! at punch- fot ,|K. loss (lt G U),k,.t,,, before iuncn niin 12 no to I2.'30 GMT the school* are lven an extra
1 ball Into the .rie ,j|<,>c of play. 1; <- metres. 17.70 mega- week- I call that proper education
arhtfUa foi The Merchants XI W04) UK 15.14 cricket i* the jreatent cdura-
half-time found both teams ou- and elected to bat on .1 perfect 1., half- tinn you ran have.
tiring but still on lha wicket Luncbthne ilndnig the hour of th* dhya ptay from it 00 -i want to warn the English
for that initial goal which icor* 1^ wlthoul [0 n.30 GMT on 13.84 metres, cricketersmy countrynvm
Ighthl ''.he difference Josejid 878 meg*, on the^three days of vcry g00d. Next to the Austra-
,.,h Kallo, went quickly after lunch ,he match. May 6th. 8th and Mh.
vi7K,, ihn game Mmimad '" U ',,er ,,a,s wcnt
Hans they are the best of our
following matches: .Ticketing Dominions and T think
MCCSat., Mon., Tues., 'bey are going to dc very well In
May 20, 22 and 23, this country. I don't want Ens-
KACING IN KKNYA
WHAT IS ALSO OF ABSORBING INTEREST in thu rdajt
ve book is an account of racing ami breeding m the cokej^
Not that I am so terribly interested because thereby
. in that colony, but rather because of the intern! c| tav
. oade with racing In the Weet Indies.
Now the racing or bnreding of the thoroughbred in Kenya ran
. old. There is also no doubt that it is not on a very !q
-cause 1 sec that there were 195 races and the total
ofered amounted to 15.755. For these races a total of jh*
200 horses were in training. Against these figures one miht a*
that we are better oil because in the same year there were 111
Olnmoron flat. Mon. Tues., land to lose, on the other hand I |n the Wesl jn(|ies for which a total of 114.008 in stakes wnp
-1 'OIU.IKMRll
MUM H WI--I ir.l liinim.
1. neat Ivlirii*.!
KmIIihi lb w b enirk
Nliinialh IbW., b Klli.k
. Ull krt-kpt. I. Sirwarl
Clark* b Einck
n
C. Juiwr iwrt out ...
Extra
17, 29 and 30.
Mini.. Tues..
I, :tl and Aug. 1.
GlamorganSat, Mon., Tues.,
\ 7, and 8,
MiddlesexSiit.. Mon..
B ClIcR
E EIIM'k
atawati

M-l 1

Heece was called upon to save
and did H well es-
pecially when Walcott sent In
from the irlni il
falrl) i
i
When Bverlon again got going c Pul > 11
lha left wing not the ,Th^; i, 4
1,1 __________________________< *"-
but Hen was -------------------------
euity whi..... notonlj lo avtm ^parun: Han 1
bOB amm I |doj..... Hayne.,
Walcott, iohnaOD, Evelyn, lshmael.
t nase.
hu, .,1,1,.., th. hMd- R0W1.....1.1 Mjet,8 QilpWir,
,,.,!! Bteede iM Orto. C01
',.1 Wilkin wa I



-.till to plej
ini'i.l. VOI ^^. l i81 Ml n
N UndwaU, IMU



,,f the Ural wet 1 *
v.
a the

( UKNOT AN Al S1K\LI\
ins bein| the eaae, it is obvious that the West Indii
Uwtlca of the Australian team since ther
Aug. 26, 28 and 29.
commentaries will be given from
12.00 to 12.30 GMT on 16.95
. 70 megacycles and on
19.85 metres, 15.07 megacycles
I7.no |o 17.30 GMT on
16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles
With additional commentaries on
from 14 45 to 18.15
GMT on Ifi.lli met..

-beginning on Satur-
day, May 1?
1 tun U'ginning on
Saturday, June 3,
beginning on Saturday,
June 17.
Hampahlrc beginning
tly 1.
winning on Sat-
urday, July 8,
Derbyshire beginning on
1.-. 15,
Gloucestershirebeginning on
Baturd
commentaries will be iven on the
Opening day only from 14.45 to
15.15 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17 70
megacycles.
All Match*! In addition to the
1 in the day's play
will be afTan 1 ;. every day of
want to see mv countrymen do
vcrv well, which I mi confident
they will do. I should like to ate
the match level and Ennlanii
winning by one wicket you will
M how very neutral 1 am'"
-B.I* P
vided. while 329 horses took part.
But where we suffer by comparison, in my opinion, is la afj
of the distances provided .'or our races in general Hi
particular our classic events. Owners, breeders and traiami
Kenya, have not apparently shared the view of their Wes a.
rtsj when it comes to Judging the capabilities of tharH
it is found that the Derby Trial Stakes is 1>* mile.
East African Derby is lfe miles and the Kenya St. Leger lfca1
Now I am not going to suggest that the men who control a
I\wa|I.o11 \ i ooioaii ABSOCianon r n gong io declanj
more enterprising attitude towards building up the breeding
,ii their colooy, while we have shown a very short sighted d
catering almost exclusively tu sprinters. For there is no doobtl
all our classics art* framed 111 the most lopsided manner, wall
good sprinter having everything in his favour. Worse still a WD
that there are no races, even in imported classes, beyond 9
lyer In the West Indies is therefore almost a deafl
whether he lx- native bred or imported. What a remarkable**'
What. I would like, to know, really started this antipatny UBTJ
e races in the West Indies ? As far as I can see it * el
lings. Number one was the fact that in Trinidad isfl
the home of racing in the South Caribbean, the msjorttj of tea
wen half breds. Number two : a completely erroneous belief tali
mile ami a half race was responsible for the break down of
English thoroughbred. The first reason b 1 und enough.
second is the greatest amount of tommy rot that 1 have em set
In my life.
1 .it we have almost removed the cause of reason ss*
B'dos Friendlv
follow in* arc thi wvek't flxlum
M*y Snd: Berwick v Colto at Shrll
Peti**- ttc 3. Arvfvtr
AdiMcoto vn. Tanbrotr at 8* Lran-
Mil- HWrMf Mr I
rrod VI. NMIocul at tin- li...
Mr E. Rw
My Srd: TkmbrOM n. Colu -1 titeU
Mr T. CUrk.
Hi'cd* Unlled x*. 5* \Utlhcw. >l th.-
1 ReasrM id < Caraaam.
d
ut 81 LsMAard'a Itofcrcc: Mr C.
on jemmott.
My *lh: Rrd Unn-i
ihe Bay. lUfr*M: Mr. B.
RoiHlvr* v. COIU at St
lii-fn-M Mr O. Gnhjuit
St jgrtlhlW v- W.-..1I '-: I
uT Stall IUfw: Mr. J. Anhrr
Mrimalt n N
il.* Bay. RcfvM: Mr. o
WntrTir* vn rUrkli-T-
iMDird'i. 1
SI Uy< Old llu>< n Wjv.I1 S(Kirt>
t'hib ul Shea. fUfr: Mr. B. C.ark.
1. ktapta .,:
iii.r:il:--T
Laei M-d
BRIDGE BUILDER DIES
SYDNKV \
Sh Hal; I
11. ii. .in. 11 ' mi. match In lha Waal Indlaa and bulldar of ttw world's heavl- "i"1 hy *ould w iwraut with thp ridiculous statp ol airan
Waal [Ulai HIM' wiivelenntha Sydney Harbour Bridac, died in (u,|i,a ah nrt ih, ,, h.,a ., ,ii,< I ,i,.r win On'
UM m,I Test at Old Iran .[.'
'
Before thai time the West Indus must know
" **" i)|j jrii? rcicun
'''t Test at 0 -up 25 and 31 England recenth at the age .f 69. _
11 and Bra. 1 led In 1932, was havc "* *hot "t a further three thousand over the "*
his greatest work poor brooder who has had the misfortune ssl

shall can I ilao koow, if unfortui 0 Box *m. Km.:>!<.n, Jamaica.
will oa glad to answer
I match stand now b> hat (i on any ol the above in-
. 1 .. 1, to toko I B. WIlllS -Hi in
( -11. Press
, 1.
Ttu. .' ibaaa In u ii
CAMAREES WINS
which Is no. dear. AJllJ?W,^RKE7
,1 tlnu In British OuUna la NEWMARKET, Ap.,i K.
I ... i..,,. ciMT' tamidea camarees time of one minute. _.
bound> : "* S 37 aaea. in wlnnina tne on- !v'l!-> '' a ".lie and a quarter in the last 15 yeaim.
ire 4 hours; Th*>us*"d Guineas Classic was a The time is fast approaching when we must change this W
'.are tracing back lo the l rl England, it3
I type, has to wait another six months before be has*
one race suitable to his horse, only to find, that by tW"
b hois.- can just get a mile and ISO --ardi Whata*>"
set of names might havo been writU-n on the svroll had tbi
: 1
record for ttu
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Arsenal Wins F.A.
Cup For Third Time
100,000 See Liverpool DrublwH 2-0
English
Football
Results
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London, April 29.

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:i h.ilf from the
t< m of LMkk ltd Eteg ;.
.
iiu-ir opponents, for
wild go right.
[ndaod Liverpool forc-
ed eleven corners tc.
three, but the opportiKi. i
raiding Lun.lun ft
(he south well-dcm
torv.

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aw .i keen r.v.-i
ty of ihnllp.
Ibey ,iv. hh Low



"i V Hi loving for-
wards, who swung the i
. but il.-

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pool.
Joe Marcer, thi i
tain, bad
balf, while Scoettili Lnternational
i
the line. el ind nun
: the foi
ttle Jimmy Login
well at
. i, ,


ed off.
I
minute, when Albert
Stubbing, the L
wan throw
from Lidclell. but
ing he centred across the goal
.ii to pop
the bail

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sand their paas*->
Mien U1
nth minute Li

UnVulty ii
tting fro
I
PU1 Taylor had to lea v.
to lUgtll
oncusston On his ret'
:i
First Stubbins
.. :
nly the

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of the advancing Swindon
..
Stubblni heading
Liverpool".-. effOi
-
mptoi
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.
I
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Rtrin Prevent*
Four Guinea
Yesterday
on. a
from being
i ad the 1 lib
involved
i
iinorgan r<
i Oval, and the tatun
vB. Yorkal I or (
budge Univereiw v. B
,, Oxford Univerait)
terahlre .ii ' iniii
-..,..,
' i-eused the poasibUity of uoini;
the Soccer Cup
mu like thousands of
phi, lound they could no;
Basebali: Mafor
League Games
NEW YOHK. \,
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i laaguw
vare
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it Ti-
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white Son Browne
Router
Flying Saucers
With Men
In Them

' n*' mllitar\
:

p.ianc capet".
Pledvabuena. in seuthen
Argentina recentlv
In a letter to the B
newspaper La Raion. fanner Wll-
rrede H Atevalo. descnbiM hem
he saw the ftyii
It landed sotuj on lh>
'bout
Degplt i waa
latch*
hmv

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marhine which 'ggtve
baUaaaM
rular plati . added
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moaning sound and within .1 EM
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M that .mother
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the Mist
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printed the lettot
ten reported thai th afiniatry oi
NaUonal

millt .11 authontle
further datalli
-I.N.S.
BOXING BOUT IN U.S.
MEW YOHK. April J7
II lenllna Haavy-
weight Champion, hat
here from South America to soak
match with Rocky Roland of the
1 mteil States. Hrion lost to Ro-
' -' em lb in in Wi Mman
-f the InternatioiKil Hoxin,' club
"ho met Mi.....
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PAGE six
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SLNDAY. APRn.
Aubrey Beardsley, Illustrator
Of Britain's Nineties "
SITTING ON THE FENCE
By NATHANIEL GUBBINS
DC e up in Ihean.l Duck and return. Ar- '
morruui reeling bilious and de- lord f he ha. seen part>.
^i? Do :u ever feel that TM* .-nolher like RN
Rira^-^xass gs^^***-*
By JONATHAN MAYNE
Of the Department of Painting, Victoria and
Albert Museum, London
just
The la.-t ten years of the nine-
teenth centurythe period known
in England as "The Kim'
provided a literary firework show
whose moit effective rockets an'!
set-pieces were perfectly \'.stole
across the Channel Oscar Wilde
was at Its centre, and set the tone
and the pai-p of its chief mani-
festation.* at the start But Aubrex
Beardsley. its only important
graphic artist. achieved in his
pttifuUj brief period of activii
a fame which has pratM
lasting even than that of Wl*
In an artistic life of a little morr
than six years he became one of
the few English illust-jtors ever
tn l>o known throughout Europe
and Amer.cn And for this reason.
if for no other, it is appropriate
that the fiftieth anni versa r
deoth should be marked by a
glance backward at his mirk.
RearJsley died ..n March 16.
1898. in nil *
Hi had come to maturity when
'The Nineties" were just begin-
ning, and his work, after
false start, became a*most imme
'. the perfect mirror of hi*
: v circle. Th.
"The Nineties" considered them-
selves as being the spiritual chil-
dren of what they called the
French "Decadents". Their main
characteristic was an exl
and effete delicacy of manner
combined with an emphatic and
exhibitionist morbidity of sub-
ject-matter; but they .
rooted in the "Aesthetic Move-
SX-^phVelKim"whi?h,h"h-d tie, .uiry. He arrtved in London at the age of 10 and
been th- most vigorous art move- ipent several years in an architect's office and
should
had not beer.
that of a friend and collaborator
(his was is eiitor

and he was dismissed from "den io either a Zulu or
staff of the periodical whose nani" an albino,
ne had helped to make. Tfce
hite man's Do. \D^krLa ^S
if he knows ..dlord Dog and
'.1 like that remain Ducf Then asi e landlord Dog an
.liiousneu if certainly Dog Then go back:,^ Dog
your own fau't. and your wife ..n Mee !an ord Muddy IX
.robably have been just as return ^
Yellaw Bek did not long survive
Next Platform
Beardsley $ next pu
form was The Savov
.rope and intenti
Remember that littie things are
sent to try us. and if your wife
..'.tie thing.
you must haiva. courage and bear
iiemember. also, fetal
ago the worms in the
In garden, have a message of love
Duck an' go back
ddv Dog. Then go home.
Bumped Of! At 103
,i,jeal oi. the films
is old fasrionci
stuff" is children's or old men's
rrom U -.".Hr on
the secrets of Hollywood.
. of this. I have written
Ihe scenario of I talkaa called
Thunder and Gums In which
ill the characters are more than a
round -'ok
DURING his short HI
self as the perfect illustrator of
name for him-
whule literary epoch'the nine-
ment of mid-ninetemth century Following n.eetings with such important figures of the day as Burn-
nture.
January
1896 Beardsk-y*s habit of alter-
am phase
I teen DOtM !'
trllow Bl
oack to-
) Is Savay

i
-i
-

i
il part in
lus nprea ow how
the par-

och may be in-
ilined i<> .-.ill thi farad.-
.imp time a- he
T!ie VHIew and hope for us all. And don't hundred years old.
hich was con-. r get your morning exercises
l ede
INDIGESTION?
Try Ju$t_
Englandand it was at this point
t that Beardsley's art first touched
theirs
Prc-occupied
It was with the painting I *
Burne-Joncs. the most fan
the later Prc-Raphaeir.n,
Beard-I I i>re-occupied.
Although he had arrtved in London S'huTl. r*
in 1888. kt the age of 16. Beai
had spent the next three yean
first in an architect's office and
. i until just bgf I
. that he made
- Jones* acquaints
-Jonas, "the gnat
I
lev was ., little ait

. On this occasion he Af*

in th< .- "charming "
iigs of this
he man-
,4 |
.:
'. .pv > Norte ii' \rilui'
..
'!" '
' '
!.., : .
w * Morris al I
-
i i gradually won recognition
tor of that famous "text-book of the 1890s'"
I and produced numerous book Ulus-
off, so that this epoch ha:
I
been referred to as the "Beardslev
Itavag
of the lock.
nog) pgfffa *

Hie

example of earl
Many err.. that these tl ilnd iarge
ingly popular in England.
. ean-
nized I .Lirts?). and
'Japanese Room" was
popular place of
among the elite Bui
use of I aomc-
thing quite new. It .
I im-
age, his linear

iborate In matters of dresj
ami M i
but eboi
.:.
Njiorm- ruda illustra-
i h .isure
l Io |

n of the pi i
'
1
:
Al The Head
quail-
BeanW
undei.:
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ill 1H'I3.
Ill' Y.dluU Itk

n ida to lllu
S.I.,,,,,
1


!' BfMsdta
i '.("d in
.i laudatory ar-
Tho picture begins with a long
shot Of C.ran'fer Buffer
drooling by his cottl
trying to sing the iheme song,
Dribbling Days A. .Again
idicapped i" hi
teeth The:
'' :
showing his gums.
Subsequent -.
Uuffsjr ind
Albert Edward Hogg, the only
sione-dea: IN 102. are
both in love with the lam
Mrs. Mifftn. aged 101 W
close-up of Mrs Miffln also show-
,ng her gums.
Then there is a Ion*:
meetirg between Gran fur Mugicr
raca Albert, who have
;
\CE ALBERT Ot've
.omc to bump 'ee orf.
C.RANTER MUGFK1
SCARFACE ALBERT Dang 'ee,
Oi'll teach 'ee to come a-
r-a-a-a-ket.
GRANTER ML'GFEK
Several centenarians.
-
who is put up
wall and blown
blunderbuss.
Sprinn-Cleaninii Hint
;. B carpets and rugs
with lea leaves, coffee
bran, common salt, potal
l>epper. and vinegar to taste Work
this vigorously into the pile, add-
ing the yolks of
cold.
Wash cratonnof In bran
.ncluding O* four handsful
k* an afternoon ><* 1*"' >n muiUn
oce m gallon of water. Let t immai
,f the Dog and Duck while the Lot it bunt U.you Ilki I
>thers climb the hill
efreshing sleep. IWak
to Dog and Duck. Then ='
What ib a Husband?
A husband is a man who
111 Has n* view* of his own.
ilt Has n Money of his own.
: ; llu no secrets of hi* own.
I l lla no will of his own.
I i Often has no bedroom of In-
own.
( rrUlnly has no einarrltes.
hAndkerrhiefs. or UMthpaste
of his own.
..ually the
io
i i Prspotes marrUce.
II reivwd. proposes attain.
\nd again, and again.
I'. ii.r the wedding.
I'uts he doc out
I'.. *-. Km rent.
1'uLs thr cat out.
Pajpg for his dsugfaterS
>i edding.
(I] lfuts his mother-in-law sat.
Pan for his own funeral.
Let's ,-> Hiatin^
nse to Thousands of re-
ave decided to publish
.i delightful hike
tn The G'. Country-
side. Here it is :
an excellent hike for
men first to at
.tppointment Then take
I .V.ddle (or Big Widdle;
it doesn't matter wht
hike. If the day is hot.
the less active
ONE
DOSE
Of This------>
Just one doc of
MACLEAN BRAND
STOMACH POwDEP
relieves Flatulence,
Heartburn, Nausea and
Stomach Psins due to
Indigestion. Prove it
yourself today! But be
iure >-ou get genuine
MACLEAN BRAND
STOMACH POWDER
with the signature
ALEX-dMACLBAW.
i Dog I
i:t of Dog and Duck to see
baa returned. Having
d yourself that they have
ralk back to Dog and Duck.
ifle hike round Dog

Love
oi in.
rorka from a tachtdc^l
point of view. But in th.
Ion for elaboration, bl
ability to leav< dj part
mcovered, prod i
lUquieting and
I
. .it,,i I i.i po page
* i
:< -ip his mistress'
for example but as
le the designs seem to be
than some of bis May "be ugly but not gLLUo
work and Mane Of th Hideous, cross-eved little J
waa doing at May grow up to make some mon-
i in- Bavog t,ic,
nth And, deapita protrudli .
Dm Kheiiiiiolil
h
xth number of The Bavog
moat powerful grkaf rock-

icking round the tij.
MV husband threw a hammer
it me .mil thru i Ihron il it hk
mother. After that there was B
..-niT.il row. and m> huibainl
threw a chair at me."
A young wife at Uie Poll
thu ihmg call*
Don'1 Be Born Beautiful
One ol

lomathing or
tnoderii I mind if
their children
cause they usually grow up
l and make money.
RED, repulsive little Willie,

, kvn atg) to i
'f? like a deudly weapon. I

On '
(f this dm wing i* < I " " imagination Win:
.1 hJ "**< "i ava i
.........
Uxt m i<; "!' IfaBsni n-^-.k
. .i
Halaoat i i ith i pei lev
aid not
red u itn Inn
I in VatttM K.-.k i ii> to be won-
te In 188a U
a hole movement
Wota
A Dyfanj Han
By the end of 189o. Beardsley


of age, but he had stiff*
outh from tuberculosip,
M On P4ge 10
...
Hut what's the use of big boo eyes
If you never get a rise?
And though he had such dimpled
knees
He'll never get director's fees.
L.E.S.
YES, it's true..
*
8 out of 10 American dentists
sayIPANAdental care promotes
healthier gums brightens teeth
i( 8KAU US A. .oi'tf
:=:=:* K*SM=S3SSS*eS^S
and lhi .
L<- elrJmad for Bwnlild thai
,u nibmitUng lo t*..
'.ipanesc phnU
; _. I inl.i public disrepute,


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Mr. Kaye
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PAGE SEVEN
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in future
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Dorothy Gra.
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SINGER
Dressmaking Classes
Our Sowing Centre is now
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HOME DRESSMAKING
First Course Starts:
May 15th 1950
o
12 lessons in 6 consecutive weeks.
Enrollment has already commenced
Full details available at
The Sewing Centre
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
LIPSTICK
& R0UCE
Broad Street
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BARBADOS 4i ADS'OGOI

-f.._*..i
I'M \mn. > im
(.irmar's Speech
-,eWI WM
1 rrf *p*' ..:..-: :.. :* rjv.-.'
.-preceded by the Set-
W* "H
3*1 And ex-atr laiagi d^iiii ! hu
I -.-.-.
amsasi
tkma
f.xceUency dismayed lemark-
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I -ietailed re-
Sata-Jfn fee th* BpraWHMBI of
...... nOtCtotm
appeared a tufe
ration in tf<
: the djfficul-
_r^ aaaU ee *-xruseble coneid-
Ihjg Kijmd of
ices of experts and thee
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...-> the
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easing Sor aasar* year*

Ha Excellenrya
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him

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Ol THE HHMIE
ami
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-on blinded by idcolocical
prejudices
Thu question shou
to know jf the wiaa a
.;. r* iaapaaaeai IM
peraepa a UapeaHb"
taiid ow? <*.;! be f.-
land TW -j .
Jon/ad br the am
of iae ra.x-.eM and wbaa .m
Surprise-:
(onrfrn
Manor to til the vacancy creev I
rafite,> i Dudley L*.
ajajai a-. - x* to mnj ..-. Darlaadoi
?sobers of the Legislative Council
need not en and
women war middle age but there should
.-ationfor the eleva'
ne island
But q the extreme youth
.. .
t*w Councillor, the appointment
other mi -tinf section of
the community to a lefulatui'
members if
eojunia



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fhflfiifii it ij vtuu
- .i rouiaf cnUrpriM fj"' * *? **,M**5
taould hare lb* un of tfcte '' -**? to m hi
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latwd "*r.w:' '<**JB *sMl HM
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lot of SU*1
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fi (S+*) Bmtl
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ha (a>ng> frora tar.
Maiodat, that <

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up Such tUnl taka pU>
aVf*aHa.B**>a hi UW
bay mm a rMci the
art vaaa niiaff of tha
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a>w w c-*a faMh


77
g-SBAT >pml . is
flvic Circle
Meet May 3
nil Annul Until o
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gJriiiiT. Ma, arc a.
"* T a., -flp iiiwii erf The
at ox "* acoan-
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M^.'SEra MBWaod to be
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MHO ta !*ilM
pHMX of tbe Paroh of SL
mu*.M
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JaTa?1 *> -' '-""rajO
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^. 'kB can ownafl and
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iff, mnilinml

PACE SIVE
Jamaican Prrjbvn Street
HandicraftsOn Square mil
High Standard G*?/ \ewLook
a- Hat tool MMi aaa aUra-t nne:a-n laa*~ wlb>illil
a, Pratm 9Bm Sauarr Tba
Sfcwe told < and ralm of -Jai UMln
iMrtj aaa*n* mm aaanly
a oai|t - Saortze .
FnaM Dipim im at tat
an to tor fact utat ir*
Dr J W p Hartcaam
CD MI V
He- I - . I
AdMf
UfWI H
r Uortmor Private^ Setie : p. m

and W wao hat oaea AaUv
~ Mi PHUt.
Decision
Naried
SIR GEORGE SEEL
\RRI\ES HERE
Fresh for your
Pets !
PI UNA w mw
PHIVA IAMIiMOH
Mi a Ca.Ud

aaM-
aaes =eo* -
on Tat
ary irMina. raid Mia ftinian
Popular
p acmK ana I m iooktr.
\dlucal< .-..,.
G fit.
_______________' oeaartinant ware aafBaa OW
aman fa
tat bin of -u
Mr
M
'pIXU
| room esses. * tsja*-aa
t- tmtmn
^^^^gttcr, were also
j-e n __,,:.--_ en Qu :.
ferae em* *-"-'.
fas* hu. ran go men lares
JAU-H VOONEI
.- .1 anu
apeneni
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***.* as-a u
i theer way to tkcBui
Stand flea* thai the 11 hi-ii -

a -umuiir vearttber
ea-fcet on the *oe walk Mr-
^re*W it* _-_* <-f trayi ha-

K"
W I Cricketers
Had A Good
Sea Trip
:.r West

-a *ho per
GMrt.
I Srcr-

*ttrxrtiQf ^erseeu piirtlliiMfi Furthrf ctown at
J i1e-mgll HfKJ#K prOc^V
VOd '-O.C . fjf t-i
-nere t. re-mmn -owwui For Um
om-nc bg Mim.vn :-.- :r--s -" Mt-tn :; Jo >,, 1-3; y
;o rrrtt-iTiie-w made _-.,
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J motn-' I -ta-utr, .T-w-or
-o tpenaiitft-

SOTH STAND
UITY ANIt
QUAIITV
M
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TO l-
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k mis l.l-T \(.W
Von
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w-.t- rr-n.iri'--(i -f :-< -t.
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W'Otl. os I Hi
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Mr. Wara
Hiocli bad c
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C-.ld Weather
r-*e4lr..

the X*-.<
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nunber
1
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UTULi IOHIN'.
IfTit. Vda u*r>-*t rcutfi seas Seanuesx.j?
(Useerm tjirrt -

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.vbco they was no
LU, Ora^sa abou: had -
P rxmtrac*
u -xaootTa. tip and down aati-fted uet
B^ku: was broker. beec pn-va -
u>c* out a debar Hsn* !
arc
hi *m iwa*a ________
f ta-krs f.irt
a.**-. i
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> sac the crews abandoocx.
ame day
lats-rr. Ir,
il-ra.
Canadian CommiMumer
Inspires Local Scouters

-aC-fsv
Boy Scouu for ;he i
,... intpu
fiaj-baaos Bo> -
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ser Sra.
KAUAKM laWO. m. amui
n, umi


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h';-i,r.~ fffip
Put On Bond


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Iteatatatad On
1 oiiiidiiig Charf/
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t*. <~.| -
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anal M. eack
BLAl I \t I saora
K.14 pair
KMpat,
tt-2* pair
DVKD pj,,^
11 and
I'YUl l.illl: I .._, Mhilr R..tal >na Natt.
I Mil I'KF UM fl SHOI v
-1 > pair
RIRl : II '"i tt.ll a Bait
' m! -1-2 rath
BEE Rjti.
/ *i IWtmjVBMW
iden
H il .main Pe>na.
HARRISONS
BROAD ST

leafn
T.C.A. Plane
Spends.Might lli-i-'
uonratiffl a
-ad sea
cut token or
':<
stons on .-.
tatata :. rtmm a.:-, u
man bee.- ."J^JJJ*^ !
ISM
* ooe of his csuef utiereau,
' otber than Cn-r.r,i,t tTscouT:
enoec graebnes o>.

sriaiTrtetiarice
IfcV-
Kor Reflisting
Police
,( /N 3 MONIES
IfaMalaM]
fkV'r"
1!i*iA.McL onThtm-
L- ** u to be oatc in
:,. CMta
OfMBit
Aimost Dai/y feature
At Ptayjieid
~
raKtrnitLg,
aeawatal H -fat -t^e
. tbe adjoinifig sea.
SAeep which were r
ttsmt* piSffffffi atat-o om i-aceainai
started, ware back_on the field
fry aod
-ith
-:-3 took tbe k
*tni-lmg -~ "e pbasueo .ha: Seouum ., aSnow-
M|iatc o.c :ne cot and a brotberbood uf
its rraambers *>^-j.f. be
asked those praeertt u
Promue an
o ->rm reported P^'Aed > --iied ihe
r and Hoioet waa ii'
-reed. -.star.:-
"taoo the me-.-
INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT '- mtttuf&mh
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.-!!^!r^ '""i" *} * Ust Scouser has ex
>na -uted that if
ie am- Scouter did no more th.



Sheep which were routed '
- ---Vl 'JteiT firaoun* when the vaca act
! Worship Mr atarted. ware back_cai the field involved in a motor
the craas u much dent at Blackinan'i Comer. Si coccd for tr-rl om'qoT
m he heard wen, arV: f :ramp- loaaph. and was taken to the that bor Mant a aood
C^ Ho fau<.. aaxl thatfas^lr~sV
on- rVsKifaf boau are hauled up just Nurse was walking along communii.. aad that rosBDuaait
arrested him beside the plartWld a*nrf are being BUtKnM.i Read when the - lost finally that city a
deaoeo and repainted a> in, r.|f it
Liberty of London . .
...rtnte* ..I lint I
The name alofte
He Kate
PHiMI.IJ SPIN PIQUE
Lraaac reaming X uideae, I I nil
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we rawpafjad >
terlpUaa *r al- 1
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r\r.F ten
srvnw \nvor\Tr
VI'IJII
Home Of The Thoroughbred
-
ured ol pro-

broadly peekfnf, ii
one. Nor neeTi we br
l>c-aiing it. so
i i tlisalion
norees.
rightly

metal
: .ill her hrc*ds the
...... (hat il I" eaj the
ipi 'iir- and thJi
oi nip, mi< for the

eroat it
| vhen wr
I i Kinnri ^ina the
hoiri f the thoroughbred, we
hui the Mtart
id .mieed breed and
.. the thoroughbred, hi I
s -oteri
kil* ol Mil hrceoer-. Mid
theii knowladge
((-cumulated
, i i un-
nli- (a I
uuhbrcd and to
eprodueine; hi.
tud frm. imaller.
|and in many wv leal ewf*-
man) tud farmi
ni atd trwa thetr
' day .is the*
| did w '.hieet.
MtXirmhott first laid the found
"ftiMif ' the Royal rtudt at El-
'MiIimm Court, ne*'
linn- ft Staf-
.- ihneatHiry
How It DinVi*.
tud farm
1, .v.
i red"
nuiided b\
-

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HuulMI
clock in the
are must
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M n | clay;
i with

m ell. Or.!.<,
Keep \ oar
Race Ticket
And are

to the heart Of

tor ihe unlmtiaU
not neceaaarily moncv
not in a laige nun i
To begin
certain that thorough! n
ing can l>e made to pa
of people have Found
i the fact that
n large i umrer i '
majority admlttctlt)
expecting to make murh moncj
pi. <
HIM
A Noble- Rrr-eeli-r
father <>( 'he preai I
llhelv -ucceedeil m making I i
of ahout
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I stallion..
iterhaps not more than
ha highest
Krndr. plug ibOUt MM
-'nndand
stallions an
tud terms
ipt i- not

:n.ludea hundred
SYMBOL!) <>i the Influence which th< Bi
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own itud i until the
following rear; the
n month'
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EpJMl race track recently coo-
aaded immedla:o
aatnwnl
Blao learned that

Itetl until m leant ten
minute* ,if(er eaeh re*pe-ctiv
like this
I t5 p in. rare the name
Prince wa* announced
i ihird. A few minutes
later the judge altered hii decision
wtoan he found that May fair
Frince wn< not even a runner.
The third place wan Riven to
the (live rite. Khatyla. but by
then hundreds of show tick*** on
that horse had been torn to
shreds
The finish of the 3 15 race
seemed very exciting to the punt-
rs who .i length victory over
licminiRccnee ,.nd Stromboli. but
thaj oubted their ryes and yeU-
-'''* when the judge
it'corded the winner had crossed
the line four lengths in front.
An offiii.il photograph of the
"tl Port O'Light had
registered ;i win by thi-
ef ii length, but still the judge's
verdict stands.
nI way yet to come. In
H g of the 'lav punter*
lotted heavily on
which started at A to 1 I
ho bet an Decorum io;
ure their fancy
h.id gained ,n. but the
ludflf ruled that the ou'-ider
" He. ran in third
on baconna
err p.m b> put 1-
nkaautfl," while the ma-
on the
n
' 'netr nag
i.uiiiin the field.
DoubUni l
the photograi '
1
i%hed third and DurvuifTnag-'
ninth But it was
o bate he verdict

five niirint- ||

Hancock,
caused a minor OBttUon last
aeon actly Inter*

which had lo stand bOl
mmutei hi
i
i to
I \ s
Lighting Plant
O/M-ns Soon
f. aaOM ' ' r'"i"i'
The Alwyn :jghtinn
nada. manuf.i
nuorescent and mcanrtc- i
ing equipment ure flnatt^
.,.. .n,. .. n if prod
Jamaica

firm has had to discontinue metM of their products pi the
Island *nri lo "her stOrUMfl Tee
nountrMa from which
a siibstantiai Dusmeaa, ud th-
rag taken to establish i
branch factory in Jamalra in or-
dt r to supplv local requirement-*
a being able to into te
ither sterling area countries and
lo the hard urreno area coun-
mama, Cuba. Costa Rica.

A large shipm-'
parts has already arrive
setting up of the fact.
Thni the mmpanv will
, rtOttj ke a(tept orders for its
products m earl
IN PARLOUS CONDITION
ON 100TH BIRTHDAY
cnOMaTfOWM
rh little viUe
t, Decnaran
atonery, but
been nt such I P
odey.
An historical review read ll
i public meeting held in New Vil-


that uMfloeUve
. : yeai made
recent floods. >
| of poVMTfJ
.'. bUi K M
.V.iolley in '
lencj appointed the Milage chilli
man Thoma-s II Benn :i Justice
of Peace
-it r
Anbre\ BcevMe;

ng '
nonce
lishci
theticallv punduated
accounts of haemorrhage H
tired from London to the seaside
tope of recovery, and from
then until his death -n March of
the next year he was to move from
place to place on his doctor
ders. m i onvaratan to Roman
Catholicism took piaci
From Bournemouth he went. h>
way of London. :<> Pai
Paris to St. Oermalnen-Ljye. and
thence to Menton
be his final restinn-place But
he was still working and in ac-
cordance with his previous habit.
I new style was emerging; the
uncompleted series of designs for >
Ben Johnsons Val*ne are an in
Ifcation of what he mieht have
to do in nis next phase if
nis phySkml and mental cnergv
had not begun to desert him
show n new naturalism and
interest m the archlfc

It is impossible to pgag luflfl-
ment on Beardsley without iudg-
ing the whole of the literary epoch
of which he was the perfect illus-
trator. Exhibitionism a
lOUOt his central neurosis Hut
exhibitionism is no) d*
failing for an artistif II
few would escape censure
etMbitli nun i ii
uit. as it undoubtedly dM In Tin
Nineties", that il am
blv produces a blunting of

'I have one aimthe
If 1 am not grotesque I
ing." The*1 wen- i ..
worrfa In Deeam m of IBM I
.ippK noi
..now it. but to his whole
I
and by no means uncompll'
I-
N ST LUCIA, ^
\a offloial loutt

n-'n: Centre
Phe union Pre*1
thai negotiation', arc Well ad-
v a need and an nnnoun
shortly
tfafutuAf
,-ion igainsl ill-hciltfi. I Mrcngthcning food for
there* *oodnc m Kepler' for all the
Kcr.T eOfMsM Mtjiii.ii. \ and D 4 i.i shmcot Us iwect. malty flavour
m mo
'IflrVUn^ejaam
COD LIVER OIL WITH ( TO TH* Ga
'ALT EXTRACT \^**
7^ A BURROUGHS WFLLCOMi & CO. PRODUCT
'
..nd event i
ef< i pi
. i

eilned Me oU\
in Lit-

itiunn. id
ui.i. Mil tol i\M -i tl i 1111.000.
lo his make
yearling by the Mai
Buroda, and who wOfi HM ^^
Leaji i tor htm two ,.
-'>' JH.MIIU ,111..,
' .....B
guineas. ir5 250>. how
, .,.
u
,1-
use. the
the
that his purchs
iiits itr.i he will be-
! .. .,
I
1
achieved
tab rhej

i
them. The Income T .Hilhori-
1
So beautifully easy...
so easily beautiful
htCti't-* i:cndT,nw
* m". i>Ue. Let
ihe too oi gtowioa,gkxiomlBp
toliy manageable Hryitoam mkei
. too. RcincmK-r ilve jpeedf,
: uir dry or greasy, Juk or
cm beautiful rour hair an
ad die latgt economy MB,
there's more foam in
JRIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUN
HERE IT IS
i hi. \ if
DUNLOP
FORT
he one lyre
thai has
very thing
' W l^lrJdedirIercf^btr-elcokUlg your best
uid being beautiful. Ai Hooderful u that, tb
iiflemicr line perfume makea. Goya'< lowl-
'-^ perftimeii create thu mlmck- tor vou 'heir bail
I traaranca lend mchanUncnt ID rverv.1..
s- -' . *uirt thrm vwu freland are allnnng.
fhal you may discover rat I'lamour of
esfbmej el ir umr Gova prrvriM In- r.\gnuicca in daw handb*
pbWl at ualy I* and in a Gift si- m. Z 8.1.
Apply youi pcrfunie oa vour *kmnlwavt inr
Q enough Un yoHto *#
M<* BfkniH and m
:
wire, flex and cables
ITT. :>.?;
\ou tn pul \.n, tfoM in
. I i oUm, \>. ii. intl flc\.
\nd you will find ilicm ci^v
iousc,with iivpc t.' .iitcvpiv
job. Trr themiul m for
youneU.
wiili 11 .->, i i [>uolop las
MbiMI .' puiMjiiiit for Ihc molorul
a lyre l ul in> .Jo. ccri iculua- whi.h iMctrch
hu dis/ovcrex' and riflonui iciui,: fntti (*
pve loig In. II,.
new Fort n j lyro v.1. fan
buili c. ly by Dunlop. becnue U i. ih,
of 61 yesu, o' leader
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THE CITY GARAGE TRAOING 10. I TO.
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so see that you get it
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Are AI
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Th.
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Preciiion built, and di|nd to minil^>
train on chauii, Telehoitt Hydraulic Tlf-
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short or long whaolbas* vahiclo. Sue"*/
lipping is controlled from the driver"! a*
and the body can be railed or lowered eel
held at any intermediate position.
All Teleholit equipment It guaranteed IK
twelve month*.
n leiiii.iini tt^wi
< PIIM la IS
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Guiana. p.
, to la* bchn
r^, j|. Bui import! ..re
MM
tan*
far
l V1H)t It'll
D*P*" n from .No 7.
W "nee amountm* n
412 guil.crs by Dutch
'urch Guiana. :
day. April 16

bore to ilah in the river hi,.
I**-, quarter i..s: >e.u launch and
-'the lead over .,11 ,,. ,,,

a total 1,no ol 75 lulldl
rhundav,
1
ventured
'id taken |c
mounUn-
ders. before they were
1 HI 23

' I the- e
lattei
fiSrf e'xixirleii 1....
"Sir shipP"" 'rum the
!" "Kurd nearly $4,000.00"
iSTSilppcd tbi>
ElOMd.......
EtfUn '" Cauoi Ual
ELTiIb than thiK year < but
LToporU Cj"a"
b,moi.- I'

in*
APRIL 30, 1K50
0,000,000
ugar
tried
OfS
Hutch Fine
B< Fishermen
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
POCKET CARTOON
" ""mriANCASTBll
(aft
Baaxlle
uaBu II Ihe onl)
Jf1 of rxpor
W I. \arsilv
Builders Look
For Lumber
11 -mother <.
""' v.....Mati 1/ wiu,
III.(..,.,, diieralaneal
'"I..- war, he ,hi|
hate 11 I "
_i UK .even llsui.
!a>ll ttlr difference in the
'rj this ore shipped dunns
tjouarten "f IM and 1950.
it rtiipmenls of bauxite
Sri 10 277,441 tons valued
BSjTl for 1950 to 381.032
JSh BiW.645 for 1849. \ilioealr ( orr.-spondrnli
KITu the ealue .,f S930.O0O MGROWrl
TJenrxporled 111 th .11 if lum-
h period. figures for ''
, peno-i list .....eing building at Ihe Univi
bSl r "" Wt Imli.
(ner export passed^ Ihe price is available 111 itu-..
25 More
Firemen
Mnealt Owmpaaiml)
QBORQETOWN
tral hn
Speaker
Disqualified
For 5 Years
UlM ."-.?.....,
KING
Speaker n| ii
u_ ' RI>rentoi
'1,-in o .MaJMimom
baquallnM ftom hold-
\l'*i 1 SM" ln Ulc Hu. Mr
-
..ilitiea him from battf
" ' the Hou>,
1 van,
ttar is now on appeal
'Ul pending the Una! li
t
I" nod the House mil I,, without
-' speaker and Ihe Jamaica La-
rtj without on* f ..
'",'.', I'"11 "Phoid.. the
,".' 1""''1' "HI". "
roared :n the Speaker's
:
d bo tlM ., aw
, J5? 'f' ""> slim ma-

ten of vital imporl
..mien up for ,
nan,
ESS
iTSS H Ol.mkton of M.
ho Mill
Win .Mil
U in turn is diamonds of
Dd Mill Lmidi
y 1.
%m carats wert- shipped %" K"U
107 755 or about $40,ooo n*v*i> Coltoga arrived In
.77,'nuu ^ on Tucsdav. work
i .linnet
months t| L>
-------.. ,, ,.iri.t-n ; o Pallet
tUnid'l94.
itUe coconuw, coffw. copra, Tne>' ue mainly Interacted In AtMnaon Inetrueted them In Bre-
^oe leather and rubbei are crabwood arx IghUng
Bmi items, none of which ber.
pitrcbeMwul m the vkinit,
hiefl -
bii exported for the year.
exports on the other h.
mtr last year's by 51,700,000.
flaires br-iriK tor 1950,
|,4 and for 1949, $12,107.-
two million !,. Mr s.
Iwoeda fo<
il 'uMU-'iinxs.
Ut. Beott ..- the lum-
Ikt Crom the i int of vl
The I-
In

1951


pcmUon1) ofllee In j
waUinic ilhgtly ,
(.1 .'.-.
Hkn piece Roods and :.rtiflci.,l ;' '' '
Iwaertt totalled $1,000,000. *iualy. quantitj
Dvetnon an aeejonlnf,
Hall I-mm L'-K
Bapnunatcly hall of :l
( -|-iis came from the U.K.
|a| the- period under
orts Itoiti Bril
H.400.570. fi
|UJN.from othfi Bril
m 11.992.000 and h
muntnea $2,911,000.
bur was the biuce&l Imported

I
onwUdng whii I

Cannot Control
Domestic \\ orken
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KIM
-I In do-
-;il
nilli.li a
75 Moiv
For Charity
i Advixate orre*|wMMlriil i
LOETOWN, Ai
and PoUej II
Uie IK-iiieraia Mutual I
ioi la4a '.. inimouaia
m ouncillor 11 .-.As Police Launch Sink-
** ,\d.,..ii. t ... i-.-id.nl>
Dm .
attatBC. Ugulativv Uoun-
nvirricil to Miss Florence
Ha.u. _.:.,.
In CoQigion
. S47* for this
roeele OirreaBtaeavt| " ,i',:.r V"
ORGETOWN '1| I''11.1 l!"
e O.BX. disclosed to the meeting
' rmiopfur
.tiitt the subt.t.ii'tial auna of $26b.
c :i . '.'.,...
Uiture and citj u.auc-Fun.i Asu*b>
., s. Mr A. R. Davis, a 1''Ik> HoMvi .
lAi.ol.n a
tuj, orlndualrtalnaUin
,i J ouW receive evci
the Wrtoi
ofl Port
when hei

'. and the
I
'i Mills, return- .,' *i 314530
cd to P
the St. c 1 LUnlnf her
>imnpa later.
fed Mrs Jacob, on Monduv
oa, April 21.
r wu performed b> Mis
I the Urn! Ai.hhishop of
PH Indies, in Ins private
at Austin Ho

pi eve mm; 1
t the home of the
limits which wi
tne Mesaloo
couple flew to B
wnung wh<
their hone> nioun
COLOUR BUND
LONDON.
lliwKer'
aMolouied mr mail en-
train iheir eyi
Gavl. Ifrsprrls
Rights Of
Small Unions
".......""'>'.....,
.,., KINGS
9
' union ihop" trade
union .1.111,11 m Jamaica has been
1 """Hill....... 1 up b)
1
'
is Him ihe ritht of woi
enimenl
pies ,.f -i
ill par-
Elected Member*'
Duties Extended

stltuliotiu.
1
1
-mlx?rs of tl.,

Communii

and So*-;
19:0-51 nnancia:
year this
.iitroducin* into Kxcx-u

by the thi

member

no tilled )
ing from
'
troduce nuttfll
IcpresenUtlves. but i
I UncU ,ns well.
The Legislature wil:
pnul. for ranatltutlori
rrlor to the op
itlona for a new conatl
ith the Colonial Office
S Will Be Awarded
1 JfeOe Scholarships
n.ri>.a.. Uvtwata r.ffNN.i
KINGS1XJN.
is to bonedt from the
i-'ition Ex-
1 Technical

made to the
:
*rtueh envisages btSJaH I
1 hipa .mil fellow-


'
opment f ib'
it la prapoead


II
Chairman.
in their 1 i re. the
'I
Now Issue tor th*
. ver lie rntlUon and 1 be

llli ..
I

:>i.; with an annual Preanlum In-
^86.317 45 in 1948.
auurin^
10 Including B mua Addi-
nhio-T?"!""^ "'''1,,'lMl Wh birthday recent!) ons being paid ou
in all that is needtd 1.
airn"l .,,.,--... the Soeieiy since 14
Oflv.
CLDTIMER WEARS WfU
Ql KSNKI.. Canada
1
Cbj
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11.00.
St George's College
Murks Centenarj
art ail I UVMBto '<.lr.MIlr.l
-
k with .1



of the 8 blj
' 1
...-11 opt 1
he 1
the Roma
from maeva Qranada,
ombia.
SeM Manager
l;r I (W\ llospiUil
^........ .......P....4...I
KIN,,
..( the Hoapital of
mil 1
il.- 11 hiavi 11..
Chinees Stop
Sending ..///
7V> China
ISTON

MtuxiK

.,1
! from the
I bin.,



:" l^ck. Th.

with them.
Every day
WE BOIL A BOMB
You nu> waJJ aj|| 4jj aaj [vrnut our KIMtiMl todo an>thinf
s" rooeWntj Hui UM plain answer is thai W8 hBVC to tfc it 10
ttftsfy oiBjaJvoi tiui cvi-n liter pfi RBOEN1
will not
OSSsitl ot boUfni HIBSkf under |i) lb per
I |BiM i W BfVI
tcniisioc for iiut nuiuT.1 nnu nci hivauie
Ml N the
quaUt) *nd performance ol REGI l petrol
REGENT
PETROL ~>
sterling Qu?.iity H*a
Oiatributora:
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
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HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC
APPLIANCES J

BoOng water in a few minutes- thiswill
helpyouandthisis wliatad.i: 1 Blccttk
Kittle will give you. Baauufull; molcM
poliiheJ aluminium, it hail quick pour.
ang ipout. And it is safe11 ami I.
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
\jmaiMiK tut cimui uuik co uc. m ,
PAGE ELEVEN
Asthma Mucus
loosened First Day
Enhance Your BEAUTY
with these
MAXFACTOR Products
I der Brushes.
Max WmQtot make up Blender.
Almond Cream.
Money Suckle Cream.
Astrigenl Foundation.
Face Powder (All Shades).
Pan Cake make up
(all shades)
THE COSMOPOLITAN
MMWm BREATH
... :tox for minutes
. breath
.....1 tad 1
.... NewLlSTERINI inuii | \> I i. h
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I I-IIKIM 10.11 II l-v. [ I
In -nVntifu 1011, more ihan 80%
ol ..isis ul limpk bad breath were
overcome MM for minutes hut for
hours with a single brushing of
I.ISTERINE TOOTH PASTE-
COMPARE THIS WITH ANY
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ACTION AND tlFIISHINO MINTT FlAVOUai
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shn i sBBSMsa aciaoa and ssjsenal ssilati
a beshe roee 4Mla saoeali la loeaei
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for a fresher breath
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Take aslTaataar of these big savings by
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. low but
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Usfssi Mm. ea*H.n- is lc- fro* lad MBj
hotal rates, t"
Yam a*vr tim. | o Airopa
in restful eOB
'North Star" ogaj time
there to visit, sight:. i .nou.
.ou Mir morr moiirj SrhSIB you fly TCA
durng the 'Low l-aie' seasons. All H
under the new plan are good for a 12-
moiilh psjai immediately.
Especially attractive bn Unlv Year Travel
to Home. Stop-overs, if desired, at other
i lal rastatS -tt M additional fare,
lights to I-'iidon. Glasgow or
i.icnt onward connec-
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PACK THI 1 \ I
si \t>.\\ U>\ 'RATE
SLNDAV. vi-iii,
Catholics
May Get
Freedom
In Poland
LONDON. April 2H
The authoritative Ciltu.lic
weekly Th< Tablet
day la
Agreement annourv-i
month ma> include a secret ap-
pend.1.* providing for the release
of priests imprisoned on political
chnrfes.
When the agreement was first
announce.! Vatican sources doubt-
ed that if WM genuine, run TtU
Tablet Mid today it was a rmtdu*
t*irendl whOM now
confirmed".
Thr fsbl*. siiid the t-xt of the
agreement as publish)
Warsaw Government was "ac-
cepted as accurate as far as it
goes."
Poll' : II U
that then 15 somr ground for be-
lieving that U
have mail-- concessions Ii
Church in .1 Inl sp->
pendix, undertaking :n particular
to (.eclare an amnesty foi
prie>t.v probably U'lw.rn 300 and
40C in number, wh<.
on political charges.
The rMMfll Mtd 'i,. |
posed text of the appendix ma]
also contain a prom,
eminent "to adtadri
many of the rsfUlsUc .
I
There was do reason to su
that Cardinal Sapiens of Poland,
I
wan that the aim
pendini: wr* 0
were any diiTt
and tho Poliih Inn ,
"In fact i, p]|| in the Polish
Usran I
in the fore.;*-
posslbilitj of such i spill can only
do harm.' the DSWf]
"There Was SBStTliBtfcMI of I
similar nature about ;. ^pllt m the
Hungarian hierarchy
of til. .
szenty. wiai.ii . tquall) un-
founded." ,f
Keuter
B.B.C. Radio Notes;
West Indies
Cricket Tour
HI I'll III
RELIEF

THE rOOTPATH m [at: -rids .,>, th< western side of the Victoria Bridi;.
bj pad i i ta relieve the tr.-itnY congestion on the bridge itself. It
two days ago. and is in constant use all the while.
1 being used
was opened
Britain's Rush Plan For chunh Service*
Petrol Leaves Big Gap
1 im 7pm Rbv. r
i'AYNPR RAVS.30 a
P m Mr J lUrpr,
itrnsiAU. so
m H--% K I
I Mr !i Kl i
I** John \ in mil
FIRST STAGtt al a 50 million drive to triple
Kingdom output of sterling oil have MMf been
rushed I of schedule.
New petroleum products have begun to flow at the annual
rate of u million and a half tons from sections of two out of
al plants being bulll to increase Britain']
output from the current 7 million tons to 20 million
completion of this ly eliminatedollar oil Las)
proasramma is not likely to cut Um
lollai gap on oil '"i I
I..... race
I mammoth new
Internal t" K. i oni umpUon, 01 pei
mil the internal L-uiuumptiori of
petrol and allied producl
i ialaf *'xporis.
But the U.K. is only part of th
Hobbies
For Sparks
LONDON
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Wi I-


He gradu-
ate coi
"l ;
that |



II -
you ii.
"M>
breadth of |
parauV
I N -
at Stanlow, Chesh- which current:,
i 'n j twin plant at over .25 million dollars a year
Thames near for oil. S358 million* of th.ll i-^
I ondoii tl COStlBg 25.000.00. A the COM Of nurtl;. impoited dol-
v plant h.is lai oil (around 14.400,000 I
i#|[un pro : gettini crude oil m
Iflddla tterltng ereei That
ida oil
an them, Bheuaaven and ,-,.,,* IM p,
I sritaoul Increasing
.. i
At Heysh...... In Lancaahlre, the gap ol 833 million dollars out-
Oovarnmant imp In
: n llUon
whirh they are ronverting to p*-tn.l .ui ,, i,-,n tons of cruds ""I pat
begun ,,-;ii ;,t $>?> :
t-aumniei will we I
lr. Allmaii
if I million tons
i unit
Dawn ieu Southampton.
BffIflll'i paal liner port. Uie
lagta Insert sa Oil tompsw
li.ivr I ">"! min r.< hi| loconi-
plrle what will. b> 1952. be
the biiceM stBgle rrhm-rv in
Waatan Benae i*i->. at
i it arfll no :i nut our mil
lion Killon* ut motor oplrit
a*ran -4 hours all from
Midair tI il.
1
I
I in plants an
asp
u ,,n reBninj

throui'.i ealui
il the Hood


i

Balance Remains
the bale
ae <"i the ,
sterlng oil re-
BUDGET APPROVED
IN CANADA
iprll 2

in tin
Renter
Not i Beasffb
Despite tin in i
tai iii^ ell

iterling petroleusi products ire
eel the needs of
... i arsi Ai>s
i
.
Miy. and |b) to
the stsrllns
lorafan exchange with which to
sports
Wan an annual
I .'u million tons bi IM1-U, UM
! IN J -1 L1 >
useg BOOM! (out million tons sn-
niaalh ol
sll tall ptodui I
continued in next
bottle'
London -!' gSSISSSi
the oil Uuil the
.
bs found In di Us
....

percentags will total.
, patrol rationini
\o beiieiil
I
I
a. Where
throuati ttas raot
I i
pool oi dollars
be felt throughout the


tat I k an
e.i in an* i as "in the
whole 350 million dou
it unports hi ]
Ins .. gap ol not less than IM
million dollai ..
.
Had niininn opsratloos in the star-
I ith $27.'*
millions to-day, Ami thai withou
.i tun of bKtfsasad consumption
Mr r moqt
:iXJ- MBMOHIAI, -II m. M, j A
(;V!Hi,l-i.JL,m B*v' R M^^ollooSh
toijrrowN-s aa .m h*v
r. -r T p m Mr D olt
ilAJfK HALL,-.SS j m Mr V
M .iftSL-Lff-1"- ** s niiuio-
JaGHTWTr>WN 11 .. m H,-, V
' ^n^l 1 p m Mr H ""d*
ETKlaVSl m H*v H
fv J. B Broom*-
t>A.iJcnmi-s n, r,, j fl
li'uoniM. T p, M, P Bruce.
.' Hoi R R
hH DBTRSCT a m H,"
intOll 1 ii i-i Mr
I BlaMnum
IDBNCSEII o.nt Mr W w
I p m Mr r Browne.
OUU. n ..... m r. Brnr.
I it.***
MA US* 1.1-THBHtAN CHURCH
Oraana, UridaHowi, opm aar
M-rvtoo .it J p , The Hov W r.
GDonoho... SpeoJm. Sub)*n -Whm
i nion de*r (rlmil .if Brln1iiK Crip*
i ui- NaSasi rea i warmiv
onroiimaM lo viail Utu (orvirr
tuiNiroinrno wld
o4 iv BenkSss
blma .on
UOSAVI VN
n sbbuck sTRiarr
The MmiMer
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HALT DIAMOND EXPORT
CAPaTTOWsl April 28.
Treasure
"-''" permanent
M-ncme rorbidding export "( dia-
notsdi to destinations ottsar ttiau
the I'nitui Ktns)do
igalnst the envaiTaaseBt la dossisa.
'['he plan nrai drawn m ay

Startinn Sat. 6th. J-}j_
As you may have seen elseu
in this paper the BBC has m^U
ilanes to provide good
roverage In reporting the matches
of UM West Indies torn
in England. Apart fr
reports given direct from the
units there win be a
i ii,-.ment,ir> on every weekday
so which there Is a match. These
<'-mmentrir. in which wall-
known former West Indian
i rtcketers resident In England wilt
(onirlbute expert opinions on the
ulay and on the form and de-
velopment of the West Indies
team, will be given in the "Call-
ing the West Indies' penoas
which be^in daily at 7 15 p.m.
of these will he heard
y next. 6th. M.iy when
the match against Worcester-
lure begins Reports at other
times will be given In the case
ol ihe more important matches
and this against Worcestershire of
course rnmei under this heading.
On Saturd.i> although I
beam* to this area do not normal-
ly c:me on the air before 1.15
p m. there will be a fifteen
minute commentary by Rex Als-
ton beginning it 8.15 a.m. and a
half-hour one by him later in
the day from 12 30 p.m. to 1.00
p.m. On the concluding two days
of the match, Monday 8th. and
Tuesday th. commentaries will
he given at the same times thoua*h
possibly the mid-day one may be
only fifteen minutes in length.
; s confirmed or amend-
ed in this column next week.
Salute to the West Indies
A topical note will be struck
in a magazine programme Kl to rnmnde with the
Ol the Worcestershire
match. Entitled 'Salute to the
Bas* n will introduce -o
listeners the voices of many well-
known cricketers. exchanging
ind personal expenen-
I i ween the
i shfltah teams.
The programme which will be on
' the early hour of 7 30
rn and will ba repeated at the
rsnkot tans of 8.15 p.m.
followed by calypso
music. It lasts for hulf-an-hour
' ihn music.
'Caribbean Voices"
Judging from Caribbesn
l the 30th. April tho
its putting the men to
shame. This edition of Um wash
'iv contributions
Mill be
n all-womens programme with
Kuia Redhead of l.ren-
i Jamaica.
H.B.I. Kitdio FroraiiiHit'>
9] -:>a. AI'HIL JO, ISM
1
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IS
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, MONDAY. MAY I, IBM
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root. I.oo .m fumh
1 C of Sid Pliilho. and
Sr. 1710 p,n HMrw. An^TuVij
V in Prutfsamme P-r....

VISW I IS p.m. Hadlo Newtrel. IM u.m
Tip Tup Tune. 100 p.m. The N*. t 10

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BKASLEYS LIB. Ihpt. I HI
DRIVE AWAY
SKIN
DISEASE

-fan grmtimj Mnsfsss/fr.
** if". -Vsi fs*M,a.
is* trrimktmS*
Wrinkles re* be banished, a tired, lined fat
Iiuwxa b broogfat back Uslina health and uvelinesi mw'JJj
Tle world famous dermaloh>gt who cream laawt, Z,Z?Bi
bat rrvolulrooiasd medern beamy ireatmeat aa& piwnjj**
preparation* for ead type of ikin aad ags.
1 "''"I'lur- .
-raa,
Uwi* how Imtma rattans yaaSfc la a luW sag
emmpirwm,
* lieui --a
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Leave il aa all aigbt. Tait "'IUb. eream n,*a i
*-' *** "f - da-tM*-rtaree 'ie.' ^^
t. ,mm fare wuaaut affeeUaa aitraetire Huraetre |11M,
* The ieUna ra*. "* i-o altetuie inliu. n*wi* ,^.
rib rieh INNOU TISSVE UtUB.
U the SBanaSfj ""cr rleauiaiakg, -afWv ivi.ua -j>
i ya*v tkla. Aa ym ,-*. ^ ^
WI.>HM-I (HKA.il ^a.r>.
//{+ /ovi/teieJJ M<*S /fu/j ,, /^J
' o v ,
On Sale at BOOKER'S DRl'G STORKS (B'sni Ui
_______________Broad Street BBMJ Ua.UngB
VISIT the beauty spot of the islaad
I IM.I W \ II II HOTEL
IIAIIISHIKA
This newly erected modern hotel Is situated a J
most picturesque part of the Island.

TW Um:
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i> ... i..-icnrr i nuicc. 5 !."> p.m. Pin-
-de in p.m. ! .
P ..... lie SOt p in
1
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t'jt pin pi ,i
pin The I'aihtilr.il Ortan" 10 00 um
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pro The Ntwi
BEST
CO
CREAM OBTAINABLE
SMOOTH PALATABLE
RICH IN QUALITY
No* available at . .
Your Soda Fountain. Restaurant.
Club, Hotel or Dealer
Insist on
BICO
ITS HEAL ICC CAAi
fHE BARBADOS ICE CO.. LTD.-BAY ST
DRIVE NOW
WITH THAT
SVFKI\
SMILE "
FIT THE NEW
ATLAS TYRES
700 x 20 10 ply 600 x !
I ply
SaW YOIH I SSO M-.ll.hCI.
ISSO SIIOItlMIK
Did 3938 Lppe. Rcahwi
And here's jr. ,r opportunity to brillf out the
>ourh., LI-STK..I.I.M. sHAMIUi n,w cocoanut o,l
shampoo .scentnical y treated to nmov. tho cocoanut s.neli
Try il once and you Mil always us,. . Your hi
be lovelier, smoother, silkier, with
On Bile at all
good storea
LUSTROLENE
=.5 STOKES & BYNOE LTD. **">'


"77
jaa*T. APML 3. lMt
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
TyjW"^----
/
BY CARL ANDERSON
PACE THIRTEEN
h "vo^^aoo-w*..* -,-W->0

MOUSE
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BY WALT DISNEY
UMHII ,1 4 illl'l IS
Siirs: Mt hy T> 1 fi. mil 101 fl. hv ft.
Also
I 1X4)1 I I >l IK ROLLS 6ft. wide
All very rcnsimable in Price.
r.-ljUlislKM
I860
1. IllltliKIM Ltd.

Incorporated
1920
BROADWAY Mill lll\
NIUW ~T()(KIN<;s sl.6 ptr pair mil s'ladra
PLASTIC 3" wide In WMl Blur. Ltmon pink c. pr yd.
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS moltl roloLT Se. rach
* VI1' KIBBIIN in Krd. Black. Navy MM <;rrrn
READY.MADK SPDKT WEAK FOR LAMES AT THE
lIMl\llW\. IMIISS SHOP
K. O. .VVXO* .
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SO mv OBSTINATE FRiihO-
AOAii TO HlfP M
Bl.5i-.Si:- SfCAfiTS 0 -
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THE LONE RANGER

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SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAJLABLfl
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keep up with ;^[eaiD.y,E cor
KJ GET T* Fr
. WE,
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BY FRANK STRIKER
NOW BLAZE 15'WM WW. HE HASN'T VK
REAO.EC> THE THAU. TC THE IS.-----------^
TCP of *ts cuff. *-"*/and 1oo>
RINGING UP FATHER
-*J5>*. -Jk-^
..*..'
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
t\CL> -O'.
TWS BtXv

aooHrBBfti nm .- a\. -
f fc .'.a
KIRBY
' y r -fiw a**/ \ -HERE I MAS \
B|CTV THOUSAND* N Th6 SNOW,
I ^K__A7S v,ORTh1 WITMTM6
I O STONES* /EMERALOSI
'^MV HANDS..
L\
:..' ---..; ca* "--'.' ot/r -- rum cum.
AMD SO*eC*E SHOUTEO. 'STOP, TWiW
J kVAS TKR'ft.>
FRiS^'E^EO...' .('

BY ALEX RAYMOND
SO...I OiO WHAT AnVONB ^
L WOulO DOI JfSTTHRBW ThE
-^ __ NECKLACE
s^sJamz*
When its
You can rely on it.
IMI suti \l. IM.IMN
MUIIM IM.IMS
mi si;i iiiiiiiii si is
n >llIM. SETS
ELECTBIC SALES A M IKVH I LTD.
TWEEDSIDE ROAD.
ST. MICHAEL
\^C-<-aiE/ I rS
(Put up the oun, mwsseri I'll \
O0IVE Yu-t TOThE BP9TL,
PHANTOM

IAM7HEOWYONElFi:0&rl3.T
WHO WAUS. THE UICWONES ILED
INTO THE WOCCS -THE OTHERS
ABE MAP OR PBISONECS "
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
VOU SAW V VES/HES Tail AC A
THIS APIV TREE.'HE POSHED OVER
tX'OO^f? HUTS-OURWAtdOK
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
ANNOUNCES
THE APPOINTMENT OF
MR. DENES ATM A SOX
TO BE CANVASSER AT BARBADOS
IN THE ROOM OF
MR. D.H. AEMMYNE*
RESIGNED
OWNED BY THE POL1CYHOLDERS
MANACED BY THE POLICYHOLDERS.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POLICYHOLDERS.
J. N. WALCOTT )
DENIS ATKINSON)
Canvassing Agents.
C. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.


f>AV. APRIL

SUNDAY ADVOCATE
1%
CLASSIFIED ADS.
THANKS

Flrtt RENT
APARTMENT One furnished apart-
ment ar Coral Sanda. Worthlng-on-Sea
SU.fr and lln.rn tot further particular-
Dl SIM Aim. Lashier n 4 -*
IN MPMOftlAM
.-.1 IMS
il arl fla>
we loved was r.'.
DCk was

I
dear nntner with lli<-
Sir.
Mill SALE
comfort*. English balli* with hri< i
< MphtMiaa. Versus-If T.li
phon. ** SI 3 54 -I I r
OM fold Spring Cottage. St
Jii*>. Pull* furnished. Vrry charnxna
-,.-,. situated S sadrooesed bungalow in
mtuded position with own bathing rove
Available immediatel-. Blion 4 Blador
pi on MM L4M
ll.AT I'p-iAir. flat with 3 bedroom
running water in each For furthr.
particular* Dial MM.
M < fa
VAJIAWAV PhiUp Cosset I
furnished, 3 badrooma. 3 eeivants ra
oarpat*. Banting plant, watar "
"M", laarh rrotn May 1st
4416
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B) 4 | t.(.|
1
rr In fond order
uick Sale Phone
J 4 SBIn
NEW HAVEN". Crane i
: had. 3 brelroorn*. _._
nble gar.-ijr. lighting pti.nl.
ill Superb bathlnf besch Dial ee
ovember, December.
It 1 ftO t f
t rui;\ fur
ntr rooms
> i VI A'. Ihe Bay M.>
AI! modern .
from lat Ma> Phone 41M
19 4 M |.i
.
i irnlstied house tn n
(MM I mllsa from
I SOIn
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.. kept Morris 8 II P
AS
: A C.
I'u-irli Mount Standfast. SI. Jarnee
21 4 / Jn
MM E
4 W-I.i
I living ...on... usual
' Ii** to Janiiiry
- I .il paftJcuM
Advocate Co
3S 4 IW
HOI-if "Russ-iri-lTrbe. Crumpton
From June lit IMO
Angela. n*l door or Dial
Bridal
55*
uiiiMB bless
I'llllll SAI.I.S
By mclruetlopi recelvad I will olT.i
Maim MONDAY 1st May on the
-.remise* l BOCK HAM VILLAGE.
^ 10 perches of land with
a wall bidding; at preaani uaad aa a
dub rom, -ahich ran aaally be een-
vortsd o a nice residence TERMS
lASfl
li ARCHER McKENZIE
ntgl M4T Auctlonaar
M 4 soIn
By ingtnvtlana from the Cc-mrniion"-
4 Police I will aril on MONDAY !'
pm |ha following:One Hi ladles
viaaoL erne 1 > brown leather rurr-
.ith l!ver chain and ka> attached- on-
II Met els frame, on* 111 fruit CJfce
md many other Kerns of lntarrit
'eema caah.
D'ARCY A SCOTT.
Oov Aoctlon*--
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
Dams*.
'! 1MI -M 31
Sugar Store ap-
> inrtructloau reeened
UuMiranre Aden I i will aril en Friday
M | Me-.. ?aadB Jane* .-*>
I*.war Broad Street Bt I .M P m
10 h p Momt Ci
odent Alan at I ,
h p Dodge Truck at Ruga
l.-iite Highway* A Tranpnrt l)epl
Fnirrhlld Street Damaged in accidenl
Term Cash
By Infructlon" received I
on Tl.uri.1av May 4th In the -pot
>^^ Rank Hall X Road
Chattel Ho kitchen attached Mini be aoM Tern"
Caah
V1NCCNT CMUFTTTM.
A union***
30 4 103i
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
PERSONAL
rha public ar* harehr warnad gkdn-t
tr.g cradlt to my wfe IN BE STnAKFJ*.
m Backlee.l of Harmony Hall, ltlc:-
U>4 Oap. 91 Michael. Barbado* ar (
i not hold myaelf reaponakble Mr nor
anyone olae contractlnr any debt .
dobte In ny nuM unlau by a wrttMn
w ngnod bw B*0.
UOMLA. STTHAKBP.
C'o C S !-.
Curacao. N *
M 4 W *
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
OH FERIILIRA of Chirovtllo" Upper
iv SI near Eaptanadei by Chiropractic
Mhod mrrecui diaeaae* of eej. oara,
e. throat. lun. wmach. kidney* and
war organ* DkU SMI-
WANTED
iJRUGOISTAn
Apoly by letter
Knighn LUt
SHIPPING NOTICE
Canadian National Stea
HI PORT: oh Alesuwidrtna
Tern HI, h. Froncea W m
Aduiina. Srh Iverden*. Sch.
(iordon, Srh BmeM*. Brh
Louie* *h Mary "rol
Xjdy Noatoon. Men Molly N Jon-
7h H-nry D Walldcc Sch UnRc
Gloria llenrtette. 9 ***" *J"-
Jnhllla Beh freodo H rt. sch Z- .
WoniU. Scl> EgdM-n M. Sen Mtrma I
C, Sch tmaralda. Sch E M. Tannl.
AMIV4U
a. . Ooillto. 4.* ion-. C*pt-iin S.p>
nrth; fro-n So^thnropton
9 9 PMnMr. 38H tone. CapUi.
lijrden; irom Maroralbo. Veneruela.
In lrli%le liny
ntr\RTtkr-
M V aienwood. 1*3 torn. CapUt-
Strlcklaftd. for St. John*. New Brun-
ir. Scr

the S S
Paaaenaora MrMMjl
GF/ont9^THAMPT0N Ml- T Arch,*
mi* H Aah-ahov. Mlaa L
Mr J R Bull. Ml M M
Nichol.. Mm M HMhoM M"V*.
Nk-hoU. Mr A. Pomoro>'. Mr V PrM-
Mr* M Prntt. Mre. E M RoWiwb*
I m ScNneld. Sir Ge

K a SUddin. Mlaa B St
- idMM. M..-f" J

Brocklebonk.

CAM (RUIMER
LAW NEL90N
I-U1Y 1'
i^ADY jm*ON
IADY RODMXY
NORTHROI HB
i ,\r>\ sasos
I>DY RODNEY
IADY
IADY NaJKAV
1>ADY RODNEY
alls
doairral
tt API
. :: Mag
IMfc M.v
Jlat Mar
. 3tth J'ni-
Hod ,!.:v
. bM A) *
Arrive* Satai
B'dal B'daa
ail. Mary Mh May
ih June 10th Juno
Kin Juno artii Jui.o
TTth July Mth July
iKth A via! aoth Aufj.
. 19th Sop
*rrteo.
do.
il*-
15th May ITU) May 21
Md auk) ladT: MIlS
3rd June 5th Jan u,h ,*? *s
S S ^ '* fe s-
idtli July *Rn juy j^ -*
2*ti. AAig. MihAu.. s; _*
.rrlre*
Betea
ITU) M.,v
IMh Juno
nth July
nta Av.
Mth Aug.
itp
si
:i" '-> 3:
experienced DruggUt
to Genetal Manager.
4 3n
Vo Ir'ier nd in pcton
9COTT Co Ltd.
1'AHTNRH to Inweot three to four thou-
and dollara In *oiind bualnaaa Reply
P F K Co A'lvrn< Advcrtl.lng Dept
2* 4 SO--to
AN ASSISTANT for our Office Depart-
ment Apply bv letter and In peraon.
PERKINS A CO LTD. Roebuck St
W.AM la
2nd, Wednaada
Thuraday 4th Ma> we Will "ell by order
Mi- John Draryton the llouto >p
1J (iood
EbU SMI
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Mo*
4
USM> CAIIB *. TIUH K-i At 'argajr
rTrm. manv makes etc Phone 34U
r, 4 SO -4n.
MECHANICAL
1
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P.LECTRICAL

LIVESTOCK
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. book*. M'p>. Auto
1*49 i.fn
'at. St
f 3 bedroonu Wllh waah ba*in< dra
Ing dining, hreakfaet room., erevanr-
m end rorare, parkm* yord r>
liani of fruit tree- Blrctrlc llgh*
1' nrhout For particular, dbl SMi
p n. iKundav mvepled'
u, i
MAHKHAM -On the 9eo Hurting-.
irnlihed or unfurnkdied 3 bedrooma
With all modem omvonlericoa Goa In
' r. .t,g. 2S4 > t I n
' modern t. ,..
long, tn m <
j

21 4 N J-
i i 111 lat May upetatra
M an Street. 1 Bedroonw. Dr.wlng
rooma. Toilet. Ralh
i gin Alao mlt able for
mediate pntasoalon Apply
>s Dial 3133 Buuncei hour*
:' i m '"
r! of Mr P C S M-ffel
i^aiiiifiii kraporhts hulidini over-
kldf Boy net lo the In-
iided alia of Blue WoUr* Hotel Newly
Fiiily furnlahod
lilt linen nd cutlery Siiineboker
.r if required Prom May ll fiw t"'lt
i il* montha For further parUoui r*
liplv to owner, phone 2TiT of ISrl r.tei
SO 4 SO-iSB
IIANDAL COURT iVorthtng. a large
i-droomo Telephon- JTU between I SO
. p m 23 4 ro pointmenta lAnllque A Modi
"Caneeteld lfo,iie' Bt Thomai
hich lnrlude:-OM Colonial 1 Ptdr.
lai Dining Table. Katrltoire Heppie-
winie sid'-riogn* 4. China Cupboard.
Sheraton Hall Table BraM Claw Feeti.
Liquor Cei Card Table* all in "^
Mahoganj Handsome Chandelier*
Uphoiii Couchei 4 Chat'*. Rug*. Car-
pet* Curtain-. French M.rrora. Electric
Table and F.oo- ijimpa. Wall Candle
BrackeU. ChifMndalo Deck and Chali.
Cabinet, Uphol* Loathar Seat Chain
BookaheKoa and Book*, Old China.
si ~f Plate. Stiver and Olaae. Set of
(il"", 51 Pice.. Venetian
Braiulv Sit. Barrel Shade*, Branuy
own Derby Coffee Cup. and
Ornament*. SI' Waiter Ctu< I Um
EStenoe, suver Spoon*. Forka.
Mall CODrri *, I'l.tnl C-iulrUhrae
Dl.li Cover* BCJ Fremli Tea-Coffee Sei-
ylce Sangaree GUu Wrought Iron Suite
HI Verandah Fuifcityire |*oaw nlcr
Valuable Chlneae Painting. Barometer*.
Sum Carpet; Tall 4 port Mahog: Bed-
Vend. Sfngle Wood and Iron Bediteadji.
Deep Hera Maiiieaoe*. old Mahog
Linen Preoaaa. French Proro,
nptuk
Che-
st
Che
Drawera. Denutlful Tall Boy*. Linen
Pingf Pon* Tojblo 4 burner O E EJac-
trie Stove. Elec Kettle, Toaster; Ki'
let Garden Chair- a Her,
chea: Flood A Spot Lights. Orchid
Plants. Chrysler Windsor Sedan Car 1141
WeaUnghouae ReCrtgeralor, Kelvlnato;
Dear* freeie
, ;.
Mam to a o'clock The i
sold Tuesday 2nd at 2 o'tl.-k Tin
Bevtr Deep Freeie and RMngernlor on
M'edneadav 3rd Sale II 30 ulTork
Trrsaj Mrtctly oeah.
MANHI.H TK<1TMA\ & CO.
Aurilonrers
In Touch With BaFbtdot* Coastal Station
CARD1NER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. ^
Cable *- Wlreteea iWest Indie*. Ltd
atvise that they can now wnwminlcai-
wllh the loUowind ship* tnrougn their
P-rbrdoa CooM StBtlon:
SITUATIONS VACANT
ASSISTANT FACTORY Fsc.l\l"*i
Struatlon vacant for Aialstant Enr'rieer
-soldonl M Boeeau F*ct..rv. St
Applicant muat have had at least S yesr.
Sugar Fasrsory eporl*nce. prelerably
oore. anal a* between the age* of 2S
ynd 40 yean Partly furnished 1 n
Aingolow euppllad and 3 montha Icne
h> ft homo given every three j.
ith paasagos paid for self and \.
\nplieant muat supply teatlinonitlii and
ita pros art salary and salary expected
ipplieatleri* to bo sadrrinj to lin
rtoaeau Co Ltd St Lucia. B W I
.4 Sp3n
FACTORY CHEMIST
Situation vacant for Sugar ftcttary
Cligmlrt resident at Boeeau Factory.
St Lucia, but also in chargi-
ontrol at Cul de Sac Factory. St Lucl*.
about three mile* distant by motor
rued Applicant mutt have had at least
3 years Factory experience, preternbl.'
rnore. and bo between the age* of :'i
snd 40 mviti Partly furnl(hod 3 room
bungalow supplied and 3 montha Ion"
lenve home given every 3 yenn wllh
p-i aajes paid for eelf and wife. Appll
.i.nt muat supply testimonials and state
present salary and salary expected
Applications lo bo addressed lo Th-
Ibiseau Co lid., St Lucia, B.W I
_______________?L1^:-
S-uth Mountain. SS Argentina. 5.S
Powan Bank. S 9 Oolntn I
K.ng. SB. Aigenno. II Taranger
Q MM, S 9 Panama. S.S
Ibraara, 9 9 Cristobal. SS Raba--
e, Hara 9 9 Randlbovlf. S S n S Polvlrader. S.S. Va.Hllo^. S -
PiaMfl Mascot > S Nldaro..' .-inqoa. 9 8 Tlberlut. SS Ink
DuM 9 9 Inge Ma-rsk. S 9 Se R"/r ' S Thrlidnmua. SS <>- r, S Ponce. 9.9 R
lirn-o- S9 BasthV. 9S Edva.d SS Suntteto. R 9. Casahl..
C3bJ Alcoa Ruimrr, B,f. Carl-- Bun Fort De Prance, S 9 Regent Tlgr.- U
n,; Hnlm dalrulv. ss H I end. SB u.ide Nicaragku.'
MaR4rT BB Mi Royal. 9 S. Bearoa || ti Aleto. S 9 Rang.t'k
mX B 9. Planter. S ^ Ar.kalw. S S Angola..
SKAU1II
AkSIVALS BY B.W I A- Camhlo. Or-nond Arthur
, . nEFASTI REB RY B W I A
John Turton Earl Van TaaetU. OP For o/p LfCIAGeorge Creep. Ethel
Bennotl, Joan Bmnett, Btanlon Toppln. Giaharn, William Iaewla. Thotnaa Hull.
Ivy Mfrrtdg*. Dairy Crtqoe. B. Demont- D-lsy P-trtck
brun. Anela Jardlne. Zelma Steel-
, Ox lev. Varna Cotton. Norv..
Cotton, George Eaadon. Menna Temp"
Lrtsrij Mils. Ralph Cartel
A.matrong. Beulah Wgtaon. Ralph Wat-
am Robert Groan. Jack Foati
hunte. FrUOerald Laahley. Violet Beth.
Cecilia Pulver. Harold Robinson. James
lynchs SKONOARY
SCHOOL
Sf, .Ir.-l
Ne.t Term II begin on Monday
1*1 May at 5 a.m.
M LYNCH
for Headmaster.
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eeaOM PublUhon: highest rommlaaton.
n.oiiey making opportunity
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PARIMII OP ST. PBTBB
.irv SM no par ntonth
i .
iMlkato and oredentlals I.
I hi* reatdence Bo*evtll.,
.'i before April SPIh U0 to
Clerk. Poor law i
NOTICE
OF TRADE
DELMA
MARK

.
Raj i i i Sand cap ha
saw M
|i Mahoi nan
DMJ mi M.4 eo

mlpiiasnt of rubber i
Mea at yrry r>

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lane
la each PrKe
Vlsi
eai Petfuane
-

M 4 10-an
REAL ESTATE
"AI^YJTT"- Situate at the Stream
Road. Chrtat Church, sUndinjt on 17.236
Square Feet of land, with rlRht of Way
ha Worthing Beach
Tho houoe contalruj gallery, drawing
nd dlnlngf rn.ru. Uu<-e bedroom..
P-ntry. kitchen and usual out-efBcee
Oarage and servants' rooma In the yard
Inspection on application to the tenant
Mn Wat king every day (except
aundayaj bctweea use aoura of S and
r." ,i
above will be nrt up for sale at
public competition at our Office In Luis
Street or. Friday the 5th of May ISM at
( AJuTMNOTON BKAJ.Y
SolMltoi*
38 4 Tn
All THAT certain messuage or store
known - No 44 Roebuck Street stand-
ing en STM sq. ft at land The
b:..;dlng lag MBS tSC remodelled
and renoyuted Inspectioi,
The property will be iet up for sale
by public our office.
a*, Bridgetown, i
12th May IBM. at 2 p m
'i I AKUOuo A BOYOa
BollriMM,
.., Hit
--. .i very
.n,d good Bea-bathin(
Toilet and Tka-Room iiwUira. S rooms
Kit Offers received by writing Address
Mr C "
M IB B
Ual PKOllt'lTS IJMITFJ>
D BsHM l-.ie. Hull. Yorkshire. FngUnd
. laylice;that thay are the
M the IMBAIA word trad.
i.>ik in raapeel of "Paste Creatna (bolnt
PaUM Propiuatlona)". that the trad.
Ob iniia-eseed or otharwlei
displayed on the pavkatl.s lunUluUis
I uade mark Is reads-
I Iv-gi-ter of Trade Mark*
Britain under No. SBMBI In
Clear 4s advertised la the Trusts Mark-
uied BMh May, IBM
All persnns are henl-y warned against
i .til of the said trade mark
i BM MaaM
The Trade Mark la a trade mark
..aiiiV c-l Ssctlon 14 .1 is.
I ihr MercbasuUss Marks Act of ISM
'
i ssm.MI; 1'ICODUCTB LIMITED
'itiori at our Office
on Thurs-tsy 11 May. *1
3pm the dwelllnghouss of two aJCfasw
.
kitchen, bath etc with sfe
standing on 3"M sq It of land H
Tweedslde Rood and Hunts Road City
Ihe ownei
"i. Hie prgaalaea Fttsuaer uartkulars
Uons of sale fiimi ftHTLE
^ CO
3ii I i 111

H

running ater All
us Garage, fruit tre
flaike Phone 4M0
. lawns Archil'
M 4. m
IT 4 50
'CASVllJJr'- Wavy Gardens. Christ
higerh Three bedroom bungalow
, standing on g Ml sq feet land Csn n.
Hgn at any time by appointment
A Pierre PM
I*4S M 4 50 In
PAYING GUESTS al a Pm
I.rlth Wurthing on Ihe ses Term*
reasonable S 4 SSen
Il the way you speak a drawback lo
H TRAINING AND SINGING
experienced teacher Mod-
] Chelsea. London. S.W. 3. Telephone
ne HKrT If you are coming to London
out this advertisement a- H rnav be
ill
ANTIGUAJohn Cram. Lt>
Craln. Nellla Robtnaon.
For stT KFTTBSdwjrd Barrett. Bine

For LA GUAIRAGene Wilder
I ider. Alfred Taylor. Alfrel
Mie.M Clarke.
FOR SALE
FLOUR BAGS. Ready
laundered. For further
partieulars apply K. R.
Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial
4611.
26 4.506n.
SEA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE
BASTDKM, BARBADOS
i \i 11 lbn* i oiann
I I 1.I.Y STOCKED BAR
RATKS: - p.r D
upwards
(Incliulvp)
ApplJ -
i4rs. W. S HOWELL
3"P C-BW,,,
Ate
The M V
' :'' ' '" sai E.
m Kau-Mnkv a
B.W.I
Anorlalloa (hti
Ml 4047.
MISR" .Sailings lo Trinidad
.ONE-
c;ascocne" May 24th ISS0
GASCOGNE" June 281h 1950
August 2nd 1950
HE. 4.I.K.. TRAXSATI.AltJTltJvj
FRENCH LINE
Sailings fo Plumfc*
My r.a.
May j,,
July , S
August aa. 3
MISR" third class passages are avallabltatgal
ArrjntjcmciiLs can be made for your return uaauJ!,:
England.
Wot further particulars apply to'
P.. M. JONES & CO., UiD -Agenk
VISITORS TO OCR ISLAM
nil) HAVE BAGGAGE WORR, .
ive your Baggage with us for despalch bt
regular strvice. You can be assured of Ita safety.
I'.iMir Smlrn-Contd.
HLUE VISTA RockU
inaaj Gn
kxaliiy. well planned
y a hrm of repulo
l-iiae lounge, dining room, kitchen. 1
bedrooms (with basins and ntted ward-
balhioom. double garage.
rvant.' quarters, terraced rock garden.
rtl shiub* and plain- uwlng
rtsnen Lhls ile-nable
i i "-..... DW coal lor
jilt .jit- Ukuii A HI.- > I
i i v Real i eti
Mi.iKliiig
304 M- In
c -M i il i n HOUSI
bjM -.ii Rirawn eotanin |
Ull a,-liable
(or a quick iale at a rTaarUon ol im- pgkM
i,nsniall> asked Theie ari-
rooin*. a large entrance hall with a line
lurved *lan ^ I liedfooina.
Gsraga lor 3
. 44*0 30 4 50In.
NATURAL
et'Obadt waats
GAS
WHY?
1 Olt SALE
HOUSE SPOTS
BUILDING SITES
Cash or Easy Terms
From 10c. per Sq fool up
EIJCTBJC, BUS an:l
SERVICES AVAILABLE
I. PICKWICK ROAD. Kl .
1. FRIENDSHIP. Holliersal
TugsBSB. St Michael
3 THE PINE "BOSS ROAD. St.
MlchaeL
".liSTON
GARDEN si KINGSTON rill-
BACE through I
Hill lo Kingston i(..,.d. St


PROPBB I
.: st si. ph.... Hill. St Mi, had wllh

l. .. ;., :-.
we. Hath, etectrh Usht tad .ater. The
house Is besutilully cool i.ai In Ti.i.11
rlttl the National Bus a.
a houi Dial 3*47 R. Archer
30 4 50In.
..... VllllMl
("TN*


< >l fl

' lla.l.na-
25 4 5 4r
A*"
Pimples Go
Cause fed in 3 Days
of M.odfri
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
MALVERN ACADEMY
(BSNVIUh
CHEAPSIDC
hi* school will re-open on TUESDAY
|S g Ne pupils a "I
r interMewed on Monday let May
F L MOCWIB
OBBBBt aauated at Mason
siai.ding ^ LHO aq II land
Iding cuitatea throe bedrooma.
.in,! Piiiiiis kSOtna. Panlrv.
Mil ofHcea etc Apply V B
DM 1444 or UM
BJ "'
Of Und -
thereon, mni
I Wellington Street, i
1ANT> 14*0 ggj ft
tattel dwellinsjhoiiar
the comer of Welli
in* stresfi
liiipectlon on egaplkatlu
ii..it Mrs Florence Unto
! he prsapert* will he art up lor sole
Public CaaiypsdltMn st Ofhce
es Mraet, Brl4sgsMowii. on ThurM.n
tga ISM at 3 p n
Arsf I inly High Sriwl
Y M C A
i STiuXaTT
BUM Moisdaj 1st 10 a
fi irancr Fee M OS
I'AHalNTS HE WISsT. send >our chlldi
here ineUvirsual altenUcsa Is gUveu,
. ., ir*| ClasBgai
JOSJEPH N StlBPHERD.
li, ft Ma
. MODERN HIGH SCHOOl
'US .a-. !/ a> .
1
ill* ai Pubi
UMI'AHE o
M4M
'UDGrlTUN" Slluske In Pataage
Road. SB. Michael, standli* on ISTO
equanr fee* of lend
Tlvs hsBiaa Ig^uilt of alone and con
t Ins gallery, drawing, dining, silting
end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen.
W C snd bath downstairs 4 bed-
.. i3 with ruiuilng water' upstairs
pecUon any day iec*pt Msaftaya
l and 3pm
111 be set up for sale to
;illon al our Oflke h
BjrtftfMaMli ss y '*
Ihe 5th May :M al 3 P m
... t
letween 10 a
I'.bUc
St I'eler
i naiiuiiui uld wwild euuniry hoi
I stone (landing In
nth bathiiis beaait)

kitchen, double garage and out-buildinga.
. :,, ,1
fVA. Reel staUtg Ag. nth Aitlioneer-

3U 4 SO in
iiMinvt II Graeme Hall Road.
I mi.kI.ii) IwQ ilorev
-. nmtely 1 1
gfl ii.u.mi a ith Hidr fionlage Coral
.lone wall* ith aabastn* roof, flu.h
panelled iloo"-. till b II IB uplhiard^
rue" ' a laige loAiafle end t
-Hi, g..ller\ 3 l>-'
.
I solar hash
ir.lia-e.1 fully fumUhed If 0V
n reasonable Agure. Dlnon A Illation
FB. P.V.A. Real EaUte Al
Uonetl* end Suiveim*. I'lantalloiii
,i .. j ..,,,. tM 30450. In
rBji-i". \.
puirdliiM. I Uedi

PtMBi BBrl
Hastlnga Main Hoad.
.,u,i t i
ll !!
aniieiMl NOW
-tor. dm-
I
I vk> YOl H i II *S> Eh w I D I

Sale Value* Inspect snd De
Yoursslves I Say- An Exelleni 3 Bed-
----- ,.. .i, V 1 Con
ditioit at Pine Bd An Atuecti.e 1 Bed
. gei Bloiiewali l<
,n at Monlallh (.
Usdi Pocket.. A Denrable S Bed
iFair Blial Stonewall Bungakxs in Bay
Street A Suitable 3 B-dioom Hungalow
Img a- White Park A Suitable 3 Bed-
BM Bungalow al Button Hill,
and Two 3 Bedroom Collage, 'seaside! at
Rla.-k Boa'H A Sesatde 3 Bedioom Stone-
-al Uui.asi.iw al FontabeRe Mori
Ai anged Please Don I Miss Me
an I Keen Purchaser, toi Auvlhi _
Rol E.ut. M- LaM B l -' SpecUl
Menu but Not Lenstrn
BlephanU coupled with Fane
Die) 3111 or 311J D F de Abiet,
A Tisiiie-i nsrMMsWel Real Kau1
II aloei Call al Olive Bougl
i Carter Bro. Tudor SI. Ne.
,iail SI M4M.-I.
-;:
PROPBRTY In oraes road at Bpaonsr*
Hill ciaiBlsrlikl of double roofed house,
.bed snd kitchen ksgail.er .
of land Prtte BBMS M The above can
he purchaaed oa tarma Half of the
siraiinl must ba aaJd wtsan purchasing
same Por fta-tasr
DArv A BcoH
paruculare
Ma>^..i...
apply to
nJBST HAVBN" aklgMtas, Beach
PtomII hours, all convanktnees nesi
beach and Bus. Low land rant In-
eprctton oa prasaiesa at any tana er
PI one 0*rrssr at SIM St M-Jn
SALVATION
ARMY

ANNUAL
T A (. 1) \ V
Friday. May Slh

l'l..,>, Bu> A T
tti Help Other.
IVE CUE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE
MOVERS PACKERS & FREIGHT FORWARDBS
Alexander House,
SUBBt,
Bndgotuwn. raaaaul
EARTHENWARE DISHES, JUGS & PU
\ uii have to so far to lire.! our Prim
Mil tl.MHAI. I tlPOHIIM
111 'iiil Street.
II l niiw nil >i w lt ii ..m
FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD DM
At -BICES'*, St. I'hilip
(t'M route to r'oul II41 sfai (rsae)
.1 o sell by I
valuable furnll
Tip-ids1
..... '
china cabinet. Deal tables (all sBMt.
M.iliuKiill. dinBBT Wl||n\
.111 Kurniturt'. SprUlJ nikd fBt
rs, Cabinet GramophoBl..
!. nnls f*- ,
larf 1
Tablss, aWtB
\ -npped TW*
,;: r
... ;;. ....'
ledraoa
\ UK 'ii: . p
rteoiis iHHlroom FurniturB. rsBBsaPsl
Indian
i.iming Clock. Microswp*.
.I *ihI d*> prior t M*
t \^ll ON PALL Ot HAMMER
AUCTli I
DIXON cSc BLADO
IIHISI: : t,.|,|
PLAN 1 il lOIB
Bt ILC1'
from...
UNCLE SAM & THE MAPLE UJ|
GRIFFITH'S presents the follovti
* I' Mustard (In jars)
Klim ., lib and SID Tins
t unit.. Wa.paprr
wtn-l ,. , sauaaiM
t l.xapuratpd Milk
t an Flakn
, 1'ap.r
(Canaitimi)
Uind>.,r Toil.t Paper
.dian)
Quakft OaU I".
DerS. Plarlaf <
I l4tc Toolh W
Ml.rtkS.1
Mint. \"
it:.., k Aea
surdr \ce
Uuudbur> Sasa
Barklr, l'a"T
Burklar'a "'"Jt- 1
Or. C'l" Saw
L.vrr run
111 KXV III
DIAL 4514
GRIFFITH'S
- ROCXLEY. OL
ITS GOT Bl I lltt IT'S CETTINO POPMHIt IT' CROWN T.ISGFR 4HE


7T

M'ltll
'County Prospects
For 1950
By PETF.lt DITTON
THE COUNTY CRICKET Championship appears to be
open this Kason than for many years. Giver, normal
nditions there are a half dozen sides one could
expect to see engaged in the final battle for hon-
r yM .liddlesex, if only by virtue of their suc-
miijht again be regarded as joint favourites
ex and Glamorgan should
i-,v,iy when the honours are handed out.
. u-hi.v the Cricket could materially affect Middlesex
OS*"*, o, ,he News Chro- -"
^rXadv -l^t his re-
f"i, as clear-cut winners .".- wu.u a a.w, ,,..., ,
MJ^S sharing his belief to Warwickshire. Tom Dollcrv. thei
W rm I am inellmsl to professional rapialn it
l sin. ^ .Qrn -" -* "" ""tii'> j - .- _
SUNDAY UHii!
I'XGI
chances.
Warwickshire
This could be a K'Od year for
. their
---------- >-k**' "*":; ij50 will aitatn see tactician and he Is fortunate to
, ,, ,tc top of the table, have an atUck spear-headed bv
fiKTnot necessarily with a om Pritehard, *e New Z.
""Tsnon. of points in hand who is undoubtedly
* Slit: T Remain
_m,i-.r ore-wan plsv- fnaiand 'P'nner anil A II. Kar-
KC,.v.:ii wiri^L'n?^ Tr* **
Mill pave the way for many vie-
tones ' "---------
s
aily two- '"--_'.
' l^uS'Smlnantcountil ';'-*'l'c *"?" S ,urninu
WjS^rtckct- is rich i" Unontl "" ,''"'"' '"' v" the other nprn-
!", nSchin/has brcuehl SSJ??!** "Win expected.*
S!5ih?nc Blavers as Low- J* '"'>' '" * Count
?LS Sclav and Watson w"!,* t" rtUl uncertain
likelv |M their [V-'J'her iimnier Dili- SSSJS^ ** NeT 2"*"'
nan who narrowly missed
l-lng selected by his country lor
tnclr tour of England last sum-
mer. Special registration has been
rraiehi' from the M.C.C and the
c.sirinl verdict is still
Nevertheless the batting with Dol-
lery. Thompson. Gardner. Town-
send. Ord and the West Indian.
rVwhom arc -
Bid runs this snmme.
problem confrontnm '. h
&i b y 'i,'":r
SJJer will he 111 lie h.i.i
IT.-"
T5E 'hi"""- ,".'s 'v'1"'""
. ... i im:iitli> 'i> IJ|:.'V
faUt wU uniibii
'ftr the remainder of ino
If his ii.nirv hai mended'
tk_ ,ti1 Vtivo :i '.Iroili! tilX'Il-
1*51? valuable support 1'no"h " - "- "-------
most games.
Already Strong Side
drtng valuable mp.....1 22* J5. "" *">~ 'h~">"i
ioly are well off for spin
E^os and D. V. Brennan, *
gj."g one of the finest
rtB-koepers in ic county. Northants. under the leadership
..... ,"' \ "rown. the present En-
Mlddlesex land captain. Improved 100 per
Uddlnex under the leadership cent lasl season. They have been
j. w V. 'Cock Il-il. ,is are reinforced by the special rcgls-
, to give a chance .o youth, tration of Jock Livingstone the
'- old ! small Aus.Talian wieket-kecper MtsmU
,CcotI Morton, who beside, rnd Ins presence will materially
K goal-keeper for Watford u..,dy slnig
StiU Club i. also a bowler side Keep a special ei
sw medium pace are due or Clarke, Northants' voung lelt-arm
l^led trials Com p.l>n Ed rich, fasi bowler. He showed line form
*n and Robertson will aRnm !-is-t- season ,ind a repent nerfnr-
siidfr the brunt of '.he battin-i i.unce this year could easily cam
1Laur.pGray. Jim Sims. Robins him a trip lo Australia with the
[Jack Young will bo the main- next M.C.C. side
K of the attack Campion js Essex, who yr SUD-
! :a be caUcd upon to bowi p'led England wMi two fast
b this season than In recent bowlers in Fames and Nichols
itadalsabsence..n : m iu,0iy , do lhl,
this summer Trevor Bailer is
dace' and
if Kenneth Preston, in
'
his reputation he will
Hso gain an En,'..
case, evrn it Preston does fiot
pay against the West Indwa.
U Mil have die bes:
opening attack In the mintry.
nub mm UOeulty will iv lo (M
^deqti.e. wnpn y,,.
Tests are In progress If th,
do this tnen they should havo
ccessful season for
years The capttiincy is in Ola
capable hands of Doug. Insole
.'.nd Ton IVarcv .,nd with -he ex-
tepdon of Price, who has ieiurn-
..ancashlrc. all of last se.
ers wtu be available.
red Cricket Wo-ld
And tlnally Glamorgan. In 194$
.yorld
n.ing the Championship for
the lirst time in their history
They fell to fjgbtn nlaeo last sea-
son when they wen handicapped
bv an injury to W E Jones their
left-rm all ivunder His absence
for the last two months weakened
the batting and threw an addi-
-n Muncer. the one
pbUMT This year Jones is
reported to oe lit and so Glamor-
I ould be at full siVcngth.
Eaiilestone. the Middlesex left-
hand batsman who joined them
i>oclal rcgisiratton two
sons ago has retired from llrst
class cricket but in his place
Glamorgan have signer! on Stan
Montgo: uiiff cvnt/e- -
half who is a more dlan useful
batsman. Wilfred Wooller. (he
former Welsh Rugby International
will again captain the side.
M GAMBOLS
STANDARD BtlOCE
iy M. Harrison-Cray
I***** H,.nh
North'Snuih C.amt.
ir
w-K,J
HSit
Aglll
....
*ll
? !>
* If III
s
(till
lliv
An example of a Dad and
iinntctfaMty lOrcing T.il-oi-
Orfr North-* Or \
opening South Pid Tore*
Spades. .\JitcT Nortt ried
to Four Spade* ~
count wan not hlnh enouih to
with his balance-1
tion lie should .inve made the
obvious call of Three No
Trumpa.
West started jff a uh > K
.ind eoDtiButd \
when East encouraged with
? A third Heart followed,
tm careful to
* x. n,n w*,
telliim Wow for South had to
i-vrr-riifT v\-ith > J. promot-
ing ji winninu '.rump trick In
i the West hand. There w*.
still it Club trick to be lost
and boulh was one down,
whereas Three No Trumpa
would have been j certainty
Lvnton lir'iH ifrt<*.
Old Beef
Mr. I't-Jisani
VOU CAN RAVI
cuuna in-'
lly applying to ... .
CNTITD INIUHJU 00.
LIMITED
Insarance t'ndcrwriUrs
Marh'lt -Ireet.
Clly
WIRE DISH COVERS MARBLES
LARGE COCKTAIL SHAKERS
CLEAR PERSPEX SHEETS
CB2UN& * sOU' faONe C SKI
*\AV TAKf- LK TMi- rVrlOti
LONDON.
i-t-bcof loving EnKlishmen
illy discovered that tlu-ir
Saxon ancestors |prc-austerity>
were also xreat trenchermen.
Archat-ologlsts digging on .1
blitzed lita nt King*d.mri in the
he,irt tfofl the life oi Saxon times.
from the kitchen rcfun
nf ., S.ixon town shoA
irt Of those times was inuiiih .1
BMU
Norman Cook, cunntor of
Southampton's Tudor House
Museum, said:
lu-rf. mutton, goat,
horse bones have been found but
mly qm iishbone. NeverthelCM,
Saxons were fond of slu-IUish
aygfean ud mussle
liave Ix-t-ii found
The meat bonen still bear the
' -h," butcher
-I.N S.
GO\ I 1I\M1 .% I NOTICES.
COLONIAL ANNUAL REPORT. 1M8
COPIES nf the Annual Report on Barbados for 1948 have been
^i and are on sale at the Colonial Secretarv's Office, the In-
anition Bureau at the Pier Head, and at the following Stationers:
The Advocate Stationery
Johnson's Stationery
I Cole's Stationery
Messrs. Roberts and Company
S.P.C.K.
The price is 48c par copy. 28.4.50. -2n
^ATTENTION !' l,", ' the control of prices (DefotKf)
Bdment) Order, 1950, No. 18 which will lie published in the
Gazette on Monday, 1st May. 1950.
ijjjJ. Under this Order the maximum retail selling pm, i.f
bent" is aa follows:
AHTIC1[; RETAIL PRICE
(Not mora ,:
J aUTSu ''''""'^
PART ONE ORDERS
By
Lieui.-C'ol. J. CONNELL, O.B.E.. ILD.
Commandmg,
The Barbados Regiment.
g. 28AP...M
|W"U, 4 M01/. 50: The battalion will parade :.t Rut. HO.
Ii hour. Coyi arill be exercised In drill on the Savanna.i
C**Coy. arrangements.
TOMHTAaY 0LA88E8
m oBcers' voluntary night (or Monday, I May has been can-
F"o- Therr win m ., oluiitar) cla lui IMJ.0 "ii Tuesdjy.
*."> U U8U.il.
CBKr FOR THE BARBADOS REOIMENT k BARBADOS
"ILIOE rORCE
J"" S P Muuon, Son & Co., Ltd.. local agents (01 Jellieys
Pnav,. .rranged tor Mr. Landy De Montbrun and
aJnJ v*""' *h0" '" * l,nl1 Hall on Monday. I May. 1950,
*" Pm. for Members ot the Barbados Regiment and Police
^and Iheir wives. Admission will be free to in.
at Si"1'"1 ""d Po"ce who are rKt"Mll "> w
' !"' Band will be In at',. d bar 1
gjl'no Interval.
mauvi orricER a orderly Serjeant tor week end-
"">' may, m,

>Bt lor duty
**r'" OtHcrr .
Orderly f
l--.nl C. E. Neblett
235 L/S Quintync, K.
These Goods have just arrived lo
Jitastn's Slali(iiery & Hardware.
Mr. nSHEBMANI!
I IMIlt
IISII POI iii u
Hr luve the WIRI in
' am* i . n,n in
Width, ,, H- X M Ti.ei rarnn I.,,i,
^P ^_3^ Call m nl '^
".; COLLINS Ltd. -^
;inil select vmir PHvoortle Line
ir uniloim.
ffl be run
Uaut. J. M. Cave
2J3 L/S Blacaman, A. L O.
M. I. 1> SKEWES-COX, Major,
S.O.L.F. It Adjutant,
The Barbados Regiment
NOTICES
_.]I General Meeting of the WOs i. Serjeants Ml
*0 taok hUrS "" Salurda. 8 M*y- M
tal Athletic Meeting
the 13 May. 50, hal
Ar.u
'*"* aie notilied that the Regiment!
J***" to Uke pl.ee at the Garrison on ...
bimi J-1*01 ""''' Saturday. 17 June, 50.
k-_I_ '" ^ '"" "I on Monday, 5 June, 50.
Ward of control atkinson field
'oe sale at atkinson field
Demerara, British Onianu
TANKS
au, 0, ^."' Cotrol, Atkinson Field, invites apiillcations for the
t ATV.'e^a numbet of steel fuel storage .anks, at present
l IBdTw F,ELD- BR'TISH OUIAWA. The approximate
* tank'1'110"* are as follow.:
*~aVM~.*re "' w'lded slt*' fdi'truction and are In good
Capacity
JJJJ U* Ola
H.00O
niickneat
S"
Dla Lplh.
IV x 32'
10"" x JO"
Die. Depth
SO- x 12' Round
Shape
Cylindrical
*"* win mL "ormi lly be sold "as Is" and where Is", but
d sllnv~lT0,'' lo *"*'*' over,e'ul purchaseri by arranging
*ea3.,Unk*'
^oa*" 1 h^?i1'0Ur ^ **-** n',n"" purchaaera by arranging
"i """">= at a coat sufficient to cover the expenses so
l**dT?** *houId ta ddr~aed to the Chief Executive
control, Atkinaon Ik uiana.
HADE,
Secretary.
Board of Control, Atkinso.. Field.
30.4 50In.
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) Ltd.
hit buiuMM has
recently ba -.p.Mnnted Mr. DCosta
il Payn ,,.( of our Workshop.

it compeuli >>iMH.-t to receiv* a large
'i ' oudl viiui parti
CHELSEA GAFLAGE
Phone 4264
4224
1950) LTD.
Trafalgar Street.
Chelua Road.
(m
RRANDRAM-HENDERSON PAINTS Ill
B-H .3 baolc aeT*ln and elooB!
Our Initial ahlpnent Is not so
bl*. out rajular supplies will
"ollow. Is dont sell all, only
the best In paints !!
A BARNES a CO.. LTD.
V B. II O %% E I L
Dial XN* Lumber anil Bardwatt, Itav Siren.
CARLTON WARE*
Some ll...,.it,ll l |I,,,. s,.!s l,.,. Im, ,,
irieived .it us.
nunMtoni euatomen who have been
Ml ,uv,u. tiM. .
BM ..,.r slu.v, window at i|,r II,I.m,Ios Aqnaltt flub.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY,
Jtwai
ttolton I-one.
Soie MepreaenUUve Itnk-x Wuch Co.
YOUR FAVOURITE DISTEMPER
is in in
"SUNFLEX"
n .iipplyyiiu in the lollowm,; aolOlin
Wlin K. I U \\|, IVIIKV. BUFF, KOSI
SH.VKRHOBD, mn: OaUBM
TRY us BErXlni; piihciia: inc BLSIWUIRE
Hie Barbados Hardware Co., Lid.
(TBt HOUSE rOU BAI
No. 33 4 52 SWAN STREET PBONE 2109. 3634 or 4406
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
Inc. B. G.
Just Arrived
WOTIIF.Il HUPMKNT OF:
'Preslcold" Refrijeraidrs
7.7 and 4.5 C. Ft
HWIMlll illy sealed Urn
5-year Guarantee
Here are a lew users picked at Handom
they should know, follow iheir example
WintUor Castle. Atlmirullv \ii.lin M..1. .
British Oveneas Airways Corp. ( rnsUey Maters,
Kolls Royee.
W Coaae ia and see the llSti


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-.1 Sim ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, imn
'*
May Dav
topping.
Moscow
In Moscow. 1,000,000
will |i.

Tv int.

Th> main
|jaradc5 ami <:
I>-|\
i* a public- holidaywill be the
"xtmrr M the
wanrionj
New York
\i m Yca


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Berlin
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Tl .
Trade iu

of totalitarian!
A "free German"

uth will 0.v
tori AMERICAN troops carry out antl-i
young German to Communist threat America Btrl
'*" iln outlaw for May 1st
'OUR FIRST
JUT LINER
By C.V.R. Thompson
N^W YORK
the llr* time, a Jet
J.a* landed on American soil.
It araa do) '.vas an
AtTO plane built in
Canada.
hi ccicao Press.
Britain's ihiea. to
Industry, called
K "America*! first jet ,rannort.

the 46 it was built n carry, Uu
plane (lew from Toronto I
.,...1, i .
Uytnjt time, i hour 40 m
i"0 miles an html
Th< i Kcnn:
i Canadian Airline
I, enjoyed Uu
smooth**, he said. "No vlbi
n.d no noise.
Telescope
Lead
LONDON,
telescope, which mav
give Britain a lead in astronomi-
cal research, has ji.st successfully
passed prelimi.-ary tests at the
9t, Andrew's University Astrono-
my dopartssaoi ol
Observatory in Dundee. Scotland.
Built during the U
vcars the new telescope \t I ptlm
model. Work will 00
i larger taatrtHoent to
ir the Observatory at St. Andrew's
The construction of the piio
model was directed by a former
colleague of Pror Albcrl
Dr F Finluy-Freundluh. Napier
,., mrai in atronomy at St. An-

lin.inary calcUatlon! *er*
carried out under the i
i>r f. n Unroot. Mtrooonier at
Cambridge L'nlvemitv.
Actual builder of the telescope
was R. Waland.^n enthusiastic
amateur astronomer and I (ornwr
1 id ady. It
irom .wo to live years aircraft factory worker. He
rendv to go into discovered by Dr Fiti'.-
' |kk in Dumnres. Scotland.
New Yorkers put on a big show Tnc pilot model D
t< welcome the plane For nomo Dhotographi( of star* at l di-t.nu-
l BOOTi, pretty girls .tressed in f bout i0n light years
dOBBfl
.*.< tialive costumes of
f'Tcifin countries met it.
With a single exposure the tele-
scope ran obtain information
*hlch has previously dOtl
l .'iid: tin Britten Isle* ,nore than 500 expoN
k lOB MatCannor.. who nnssiblv of several h. d
rrrived in a kilt. "I chose it "^
l dldnY know .*>ny native Dr finlav-Freundlich and his
itume for an English girl", shd tMm" of PX'perts will now tjegii
the construction nf tie larger 38-
AT YOUR SERVICE
i i \sisi. DTI IM*j
aassiNo
RAYMOND Join Ul.
> stir*, opp ComWnnw* !
MOONUtiHT MRCI
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A, -fie si D "" i:"*rt
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IBM <-m>u * ,.r I'-rr. dlMI Ol
...... -' '"wn
viimi- no
,i.,{ 'oi in
THE ST. DAVID'S l
ANNUAL BAZAAR ;
to be held at ;
ST DAVID'S BOYS' ,i
Si'HOOI.
on
SA1TRDAY. TH MAY
will be opened by
MRS. H. A. TALMA
.it 2.35 p.m.
Police Band under Capt
Raison will be in attendance
Please keep date open
aid
Acooi
i
loaning nuu i raluti V cele-
Nationalisis were driven i.
I
the desnoneti
Comniui ;
London
Mass oamorattraUonj i
by Communi

with tl
buy Mi Chut*
i throe
DionUi i
which .

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pre- w.

Scandiiiai la
In Scandfc
x > alto plant Id
.
In A
-
I

loom Hi!
Bwfl -
hold tlon in


irrying out a
Communlat throat to i lift of the Western lector
materialises In thii pid form a fpaar-hoad, f Igh Britain-haters cannot
I found in New York to please
Matthew Troy, the judge who
ranges for British visitors to be
inch telescope.
l.N.S.
>.....i-ii.ih.-m- in tntm j'li "tl i- .-iim-i ii ,i.i ii'-ini ii)ii ,i > nvi -m .111, mi- _-! if u _i _ l i
put tank Hi.- "riotm" (ft tongiound) durlni iht '.' ., lsd''1 '?" *. f i".
Local ScOUters N.E. News
rthar
Iiebnd's Prime Minister, so tha*-
tho British Motor Show c-ould 03

man Presidenit Tiuman
make amb'
Usrf........'.....' S,ui;^;r^"^
on immortal life by attaod Govemmenv ,ob. James Bruce.
oner concluded his ad- OnilorriLal theii i *ea i.ged 57. a successful business man
I'reas bv k-uvintf wiUi ihoexmiim of worsh'P- A !nc Holy Inno- J..artcd public life as ambassador
Th^f^th^fhV. COnt^ Church, St. Thomas, a to the Argentine He was criticised
' ^. .. number ol B '"> Iriendiy with DM
ttOOr the m-luence |(, |hp ,, Argentine dictator. Then Trum.-r
him director of the Atlanta
ton exert on Scouts; and Jvilrf. .
Scouts and Bcouteri are .seif-
Tha MUl B*d0i (Welches)
Mr. I.. T. Gay, D.C. of the North troop caoiped >l St George*!
Eastern D ove of St.
thanks, after which Ml Tanner G" took part In the
His Bscellenc) Si Parade at
A i) C leit th.it church,
came to a close. ,
A Scouts own will lake place
S. W. Newi at v, School today
April 30th at 4 p m wlu-u it is
On Wednesday nigi i npectod thai Ihe following
April at a.oo uVi. .it Troops wll
GUI Memorial (95th B'da i On ip B'do SI Thorn Biith Bdoa
air part in the celebration Holy Inna eita*.
Pact arms programme
Bruce has told Truman he want:,
i get back to his 12 bu3iness.-s.
Truman is expected to let him t
H Ambassador Doug
stil! In line for <*U3
London job.
r the a
ni' when tin
Of the Union Flan, the HI
.'I,'.
ti Saint.
i he i-"
a few

preeeni


Revering
S.di.i mi April
monthly
. it whO (DaVCha i :n.nt Inti i i .. of ths
in ona by on u
iUn| the law i B. Bat U, A En
him and marching oil In turn A Rovon in the S.n
, u "" '' v
Friends, Romans. CouriJry
Men . .
Mr. Harold Scantlebury begs
od vi hi n( tali
DANCE
which takes plnce at
g.'KKNS PARK MOUSE
on WEDNESDAY NICTHT.
3rd May, 1950.
Muc by Mr. p. Gfvm'l Ork
ADMISSION 21-
lUfrashtMM & Bar
(.IRIS" FRIENDLY
SOCIETY
ANNUAL FETE
Under the DlSh.iHUis/ied
Palroriaue ol Htl Bx. the
Governor and Mrs. savage.
will be held at
THF HOSTEL. Countrv H<\
on SATURDAY. May 13
from 3.30 to 6 30 p m
will be the follow-
ing Stalls: Flowers and
Variety, Needlework, s
. d. Books, C,
[l.-.V
For the Children
will be P i.v Rides and
Lucky Dip*.
By kind iwrmlssion of Col.
Mlchelln, the Police Band
conducted by Capt Raison
will play.
ADMISSION 8D.
Nylon
has many use-. But it Is
;nost famous I
making the wi
Stockings


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id I ess 'Red li
leapt in- eudti
took
. which tin
explained b> SCOUl Dui.oil An

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among lh<
Pat ii. in.-. Donnii Grannum.
csM Moon and i Row
Wi I. .,.
Mr C A Brathwalle, D.S.M
I pad of South V
,.iks.
whet.' I;

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Tribate To Sir
If am Laudei
WILL BRITAIN OUTLAW
COMMUNIST PARTY?

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Bl] Harrj Lai k
in the coming wee* Ihe BBC
Will p.i> ^ tribute in words and
the
ogramme
ol the Road
title from
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bouot-
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nd 1 Mil Robeson
I the most
;trong beautiful roke n
ill be at
Mat
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FMOM STOCK-
(BIHAL GALVANIZED
STEEL WINDOWS
They'll Do It Every Timt^
There was ko schoolhouse in the
Dit46LE PEUL DEVELOPMENT SO THE
TREW8LBCWNS DECKED TO SELL - -
We have them In the
Trinity brand in Serenade
and brown shadow.
Cave Shepherd & Co., la
10. II. 12 & I? BROAD STREET
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,. APPLE SAUCE in Is ami !'
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mm doors
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. I mull with Ventilators, all Mm
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