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PAC.I P.VBBAIMtS AI1V(K \ll SATIKUAV. MUM B.A.K. A. Council Send New Terms To Pickwick Tlic HOI Football v K.A ;il a in Ihr PI ... %  (...til S MCI rriM.s %  %  line I" accept lhe m-w10 lo 3 majoriij Th. Hi r. g C The ni %  10* bo (obtruded foi %  li A FA and id the B.I A I ,n. Mr. lluirhm.. he had %  and fa n he had set w m hii'i spokan that Pickwick told fin .Hi anj ITII.I Empire (Jults Soccer (iamc At I In-1 (I II n,liL Jl UH II i luii room glgasa li-: uif IIM ire < lub decided lo H illiLi i .i vv Inn | ,.r I ; vi'lo> Foa-.b-ll eomFelllion AM in the unv.-iti.rj lory II | MB| I mi-nl* (M-lMff-n Ih. It \ I \ Mi the rick wick n.,k,i ( tub %  %  i i.i if Ihey pgan M|d that Mr. b*rat tho The lOimui**. •sioeor of India, w.*.atu*m •> . A.;... "iiniTn* — ;— %  ramony wtaUn marked tka opening of the Flrirt Asian Out. in New Delhi recently, represented in the Oamet were: AfgUanlntan. Burma, %  •flea, Irit. Indonesia. Japan. NIU.I. I'll ill p pi net Singapore. Thailand aud India. if tin' n lllll gOt I woukl I*able 1 ...Thing I" %  '" Mmjbil ,!: bjry until tii i th.u ho would thins lo iLl k %  %  %  h proml ihc mart one "ui! %  %  < %  i ould ; I %  Thr Chairman aaW thai he >ii ". '"' '; ''"'" %  '' <<> *. illy, litdid Dot I... i,, B.C % %  Hitidi-a of any suKi.e would nni boa part) lo an) i ri from ihe motion which would < Il.C.A. from getting •> I Up tattr tumwhich wore (-outage LurnedT down bj Piekwkk Mr. 1 1 % %  % %  >' %  '' ottatf members had oxview thai lime as I put %  '" %  • %  I MTlod <<>nccrncd us tho last letttr the Voting fOl the rnptjos) were %  ived from Hi Messrs. F. Si. I IVkwkk Club was a strong one N Medfor.l. (' A Smith I ) stating that thev could not deviate ii.ml*. A y bhvnhtt, C Moorv. from tho original terms a? solmil E n, ;imll s oc ,;,„,.„ ( I %  • %  • ''*, Uonchford and W K WtTC Meant Eton for this M, I i %  that w ..f the various flubs, they must air the views of Ihaif momben anil many of the players said that Hu> wnuld HKC %  i. ington. Mi V. T McComie lid Hi d ru had \\< ai i ii members of Pickw l.k Club lhat Ihe Association was lakltiK an easy way out. All Ihe was to draw up fixture*, while kwirki h.iil 10 the admlnlitration. H .rks made against the Arociallnn H I. Ward. V T MrComio. E A V Williams. V 1 and L. L. Gitlons. SAVANNAH CLUB TENNIS RESULTS With reearci lo Ihe motion, the matter was already thiwhed out by the Association and they had rejected the proposals by PickTp wick and ha could not be a party to any such n, Mr. D. II .!. ward said that he could not Npport Uu tnoUon now, as tho ttrroi proposed to Pickwick alreaOy although in different amounts. When Hie ori^inul in Association were submitted to the Pickwick Club, he mad* %  motion should be allotted tu the B.C.A because he fell thai substantial portion should VrSIKKIIAVS RIISCLTS MISS nni ni i % i mi). C u ,,1,1 I' M C (, pat %  J S 4 r(nt\i | n\n m i.AOir-. not mis im^ui Mi" D Wood anl MrH H 'i. i Ml O Pllsilm and Mm. | l^n^aii WIXEII OOt nil-Han*lr*> M. and Mr. V \1 BariM """I ani J K TrimlMlum ill bt a.allaMA DRAW LONDON. April 4 Mikhail tsotvfnlh and Davl^ i t<> regard n i.ih game in the World Chess Championship at Moscow, the Soviet new s agency Taaa reported today The name WHS adjourned last *. m an intricate position, but i to that body as they had Ihe [| playCTl decided today liwt stands then-. IIMl that i"" Council would (jo failing in their duty il they ,,,, „ ua ^ ; m .,. (| ,,, Villl; ,, u rialthor oouU artn Botvinik proposed a dj to this motion. Mr. r ' he knew Mr Hutchlnson was interested in football and was mUiualaalh lo ace thai the game araa played ai ,; K.i;Mimlon. DUt in vic .1 : correspondence Ihe Association with the Pickwick Club ho could no: now support the motion. He said that lhe> would be childish and unt than Plckwlckl II thi %  not makJ 10 I man when ho nevei Intended to Rive way. Now thai th* wlca < orntred, ihe) mu there; If tbei were to ajpi %  to U I ,,h.d Pi. kwtek would do naac year. Mr. N It ilia! llu rlutchln* plion of play 1 ''. h adlng m thi five points in four. The tenth game will he plnved nn April I layers are Ru —Router UNMELDEO CARD3 a, M HARHISON cue" Traffir lluiVl No. 20 where il .J.MIM. I I Sln .it I'rde-iri.in ( n. aco made available I CANADA lRv lor Safer Motortua ; If fur II %  %  I I %  I %  I v n f)u. i i i 1 I %  -li.HII.I 1... ; .., J : re In |h raw rOUl High Living Qoti Ct*ti9illg Slump In Soccer l*tmls LONDON, me "i %  dl pOOaf dnnglrd bulging i Ure reported to •> idi i slump. t.ng won %  ., ll.lt..I decline In J I %  ei are blamed nmuil inE I00JM0 %  '< -iiiick" outfits are operating wilh only eboul I dozen or so of any %  giants admit in* piiK-h %  %  i r, (MHMWMi This fail i kiti trover, returns %  Of thi remainder. 30 t • %  KM and 20 per end to operating coats. %  I %  uted lo a decline in thi weekly slake rather than a decrease in the coupons. The i that some 7,750.000 of Britain' %  quit population send %  % %  their %  %  season. Tl years huf Ihe average weeMy Bd from around %  luii; i" around three shillings Oil Fortunes In Price* %  tin Ing out i %  rot %  S I %  around I IlO.OOll nnd ti %  The average n aior pi I i: lo.iHio %  %  canvass disclosed thai fivi I to find happiness In newly-icqulred wwalth, A couple <.( formal [acton ciris. Agnes Turnei and %  who iH'f %  cd a jack: that (ortui Agues. th< is rnu.-li 1 I i M irel %  .,!:,. I • toi has h g her "in • %  % %  ol value* ind i I Local "SetbulI Season Openeil On Baturdaj dw Beat aaateb in iBaruAdo N Ibal] League %  %  1 I Old Olrts and %  of in" a, opened the 1 %  %  Li %  first ten mini %  %  fast gam. with -• I %  %  thi Although Old Qtrli %  ,i .1, '"iir. Of v. in |hr i uineld, their Inaccurate shootI Oil la to ilrst hall with % %  > goals to i I ri old Girls. T Marker, as Shoot. I. QuJnUne and P. Best were most outstandng players for Olympta. During the second half. Old •oined as a learn fu* belter th.m Olympu wl to lack learn spud Ol Gil 'he oloso of the ganie and scored 4 i> the tli'ltrd Ktm.lai( PH IS. Y'-rl HUd4*tWlekl IS. II,iwx B *,!..1.1 > ti WMnee 2. • l.-*U 14. What's on Today s| dotini k)J li..ii..,d. linti\>.SIIC i.iliun—1 p tn Collo|p i\i;urrn Colloie Did Girls—5 m Table tvaaala at V M c A —ii p.m. it.iskclball at V M.C A Harrlaon il. ;.. vi V.M.C.A and n :-..-. ( ..ii-.., Old Rays vs Fortrwsa al V M P C—1.41 pm CINEMAS < .pit I....Mr H.n.l'l ."I Hhltexini loaUlram K... I %  ,,.!.,..,, I'tllBbn" I >.>itirr ( bn.lapbfi (almbst, V.u.l,. ( ,„.,. I. |fc, -I.I... SESSIONS g, I mm Iwgai i Irilrr u. ggSBSBsaf whein ho had %  aaeW seen. It had been argued that Topp.ii ivw a lot more than he was addling; that Toppin was an accomplice If they were satisfied nal he was an %  oi.lti have lo be corThey had seen Toppm H and he seemed the .ri lor one to pick on to ; such a job. Counsel asked why i not get Phillips, a wilho saw Puttin pick up Top%  had known fee BT| They, the lury, bad seep Phillips could assun • %  %  Puttin might have thought Pnillips abovr sucn an action or that he mij,h: call for ., lifly-flfly deal After he had ncard Defencf id the Solicitor Genera, Misvcution as to Ukl adibliny as evidence ot siatents given by Puttin lo in. Pi lie*, M had ru'icd mat ihe sl-ti iaible !t would advise them Uiat they Msould 00 cept those statements, l |M rn, ,it course, to ettai h Lbs weigh! ihey felt due to th If they felt that the Polios took the stalements thlwatO him or ciUiced linn to give men they -hould ignore them cntirel; Thu sUlemii.i had to I voluntary, though not voluntary i the sense thai Putt be willing to glVO them. Pulli* would never have been anxious to do so. Further Investigation It was likely that the reason for Puttin's lonn deten fhe circumstance of Cpl. lX*vonishaving to go oul to make further investigations. There was direct evideruv from Cpl liycr who said be Pf Puttin u s the man who rode with Toppin on the bicycle bar on the night of Toppln's arrest. Mr. Heecc, for the prosecution, he said, had told them 1 nmsolf was sometimes iorgetful f little things and It UMI quite casonuble that lh e Police ould forget trivial things said al the Magistrate's Court a nd that there Id be discrepancies. MaVIIIVvll VI MUM I TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS STILL SAY "NO" LONDON, April 5. nsidering the fresh propom the Argasnt ii olball club directors. %  odhere to thenprevkms decision not to undertake a close of season tour of 1 ff : .i I summer An official tftarwards said thai i I carefully considered lhe new proposals, bill fell lhat the reejona contained In their original statement of last •h still applied.—Renter. Soccer Maldirs ; A.-, i i %  I '.LI i n i i M. i : % %  i %  \ %  i inv IftlQM li i iii, aotTia UM iTM-i %  They'll Do It Every Time 1^ HEAR Hi* TELL IT (B^OU^ -TWE WEA^ CWEdSE EXPECTS M;SS POTMOOi ., m ) E. 29.Ml CUARS STUFFY N OSiIdj^ aS *&*,#, wrry /as/**?. Com/or/ J IN YOUR POCKET! dV .r..*w. ...Ill !, H„ ).! II ixickrt oi handbag :,.,ti„ %  i %  i mg rncdlcapan lASYTOUSt \%h R i l ton need K, ,' 1 | i i ths pci ia I nedlti ree int .ip an' %  uflj iwstru in lurn.^r-c-a-l-h-s in, and-euk-fe ai a fmttk.'—>twr nosg feels drlighitully coal and clear. So pleasant. So convenient. Use os often os nfd*d .Wars Inhaler \r 'JPUJVWS I laaoowt 1 r BUT WWEN SHE Doii...! APOPLECTIC PU RP. E ,TOBCEXCT) !" S OFFICE? WHO CO ( >W THIN* VOU ARE? WHO EVER fiVE YOU AJ T H0RIT>'-^O QUOTE va IM REAoy ,r> TJR.H TH£ 1 1'_ fRM OVER TO you V,(Vf ILLLET>OU


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SATURDAY. APRn. 7, 1H1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK TIIRF.K Ch. Ch. Nurses Need Bigger Quarters Quarters are inadequate for thr number o* Nurses in Christ t'hurc.i according to the report of th. Churchwarden. The building needs .vnshinf anH painting. "I strongly nc inadequate, but again 1 diverted fund* from the Almshouse to distemper the walls btsidii ate International Trade To Strengthen The Free World .T^y t: '' %  **"" '*"* ,IM *'*•' •"* •" th * (:i(i/. iiKi'|ii.ui Their City l'llll.ADiUJ'llIA : .'A'OO.UOU Or* r ts of this third Urge • U ."uitM MM -chool By f. I'lll S I ll\ I 'OH HI S THE health of the international immfti-*il relationships of the United States is of prime impi lance to our national security A-. we and the other nations of the free weald mob*IU our nulitary strength and gear our eooaomies for the potential defense of Undemocratic way of life. It Is essen.. tial that the channels of trade be Ulp utilised to their maximum cspap *" bl lilies for the supply of goods needed in mlittajy production No* to do so would be to waste a valuable asset ef the American productive system. It Is equally true, moreover. nd paint the celling, that maintenance of high level* of multilateral trade contribute Matron* Quartern,—There was so directly to the economic stabilIUI grant for this and ni'lhing was v ol ,he nations of the free spent To have done any repairs world that •"* substantial falling of a small nature would have been in lh s A !" "! gg*l -SJ" a waste of monev The time has •* * <* *• ""^^^"U !" r i** ** %  nou.d ff-sis rsxp-niS&i the. ciemocrauc philosophy ARTIES HtaOLINE rVstC"Can't 1 ha..fate night iliil".'! nix like M.P.t '" ihe individual trader. oloped from a multitude e i.uren—are having oppoitumtv voice opiniun* on city planning .ad rt'planning So successful have been the etorts of the CttaV Cllv Planning and al.v. iiSiproviiig the oietrOBust imttm Phila-lelphia approach'" has come to have. 7 n •* '"*"< %  i peoeoh has roro* to have a de „t;iT""X*h r;^ "" m st? !" *> %  3* KSiT itrtkaatton t„ the Ration*] J£ !" f, S^" c ";^'; wniomv Eun-M. w mkai % %  *•" *"PPrt from 1 omm European and other Imported goods were offered for *tie in places ih.oughoui th' Unittil States in 150 where they had i-een unknown before, and h reunify %  .inonprofit, nonpsUlisan organi/almn. faces willi real i mi „ major problem that troubles many cities Philadelphia •Stal :>*hed import markets, the h ** '" lhl u,! s y** n P 0 *" •* %  ad QUanUt* %  • imported "*pWy and its citizens have bean goods increased. ao occupied with commercial and ind irial expansion that venerol The importance of all of this actit>)vle development has been vil> is i-nhaneed by the eonsKleraneglected turn, which have persuaded the M _, United States and ihe rest r.f the Now'.heCUuens Council, tepie. froeworld to direct their econo •*'"-; 1*0 labour. buMMO, iRthe lines of democratic cnurcti, welfare and civic organdefense. A firmer commercial inte. Nations, is sparking in,tivi.ii..i. grotlon of ihe trading world is a Ink-rest and channeling publu vital component of Its military and support of th e City planning Cornmoral defense. The more effe> %  mission, the Re-Developmeu. lively private business both In tl.r A'thurity, and the Philadalphu United States and In other natlo i5 Igusing Association In projecu provides efflctant channels for '.'••• ranging from backyard gardenniK interchange of oods and .•crvicaa ; highways extensions the more real will be economic and With the co-operation i military security for all. The inschools, these orgjumalioiw look United dustrial might of the United State. M ghbourhood problems int. teadlly Mippleniented by the vpeciaclassrooms Thenwith been || i knowladge and -kglp.if modnta. pup.ls auntssd make their block: conditioned and col assed. n .|„. w ,, r id .an jii" Jn greater wi „ p*^ a mlllla ry' ^tential „^ *"* ....... be arrived at as to what is to be tT* *iS u 8 > ulldm At p !" nt n^teVrai'^emonstraUon' that peoits cmdltion beggars description. ple u vln g b y it are physically Pariah Church—This is m good more comfortable and are recondition and should be kept so. warded more fully for their The walls are In deplorable eondilabours than is possible undi tion and money should be granted other political economic systems, to put them in order. With the con, , sentoftheCornmisaionersofHiihInternational trade iinjon .,T.I P~Pl %  !" mor. p,n prodih-er. h a v %  • %  <• "•* arhlcvrmont of World wj II „*""'!'"''"',',""*'""'?''.'""" ,„ * !" worth tM irnln. American and belter lhln w sell. IkU Herh.p, muallv Imporunt. fi, {! %  "" <""> '.' rounded offK0Q d 5 sold to cuBlomers In other favourable position alone would str enBtromr.c of ommcri'Uii i.e. dimgeruus trafni. and run-dowr rhes..mprovements were clone MrU o[ ,he world not only have not have forged the noin. which • ,._,.,2: r ,,. r ,„„,i,. ,T v i i„. homes, on,, jrounj-ter nclalmed from Highway funds. J^„ M w ,g„ (or tp, nation, tave ten ra.de Markcllng chanco^u^T^ifnlT \? Uvtal Y !" %  "• "'"' '" U" Bectorj.—Utlle was done to Ihia labour and proflta lor lla bualneaaTC ls have been ulrengthened and ...riJSS. a „ d ..rorovci^nt m av.r.ig. cltucn ever r.-.11 II Is sadly in need of renovation men. but the, also have supplied d.verslned Wider and more i„| "EJ"' ,7 whole community.inalde and ouulde with Urn. wMh. JJ"^'^,"" "„i,h'many of the This progress has been partieuboth In the supply of fcu ,Iy wmo the, ed to fau minor repairs *ne. jw^gior ii productive s. S larly encourngln, br.-aua.it . military mate. -Inl and in th. lh anm .,„i p rol ,, c „„ „„,„,„ In good order. S, almoat entirely the achwvcrnciil m..king and distribution if l. al Ihe, were ii.viu.l t., ,,.„i„,, 'Ulan goods—will be that of the since the character Hi tomiii. nil Arms Factories hi W.I. • he unmv-iiate pro\ •mall .1 r m s factories in the tin's RePrc-granune and profor surplus %  dad ;oda* b> Mi Halfoid W 1 Heddisn. %  %  If world planning has any pracIcal meannu oUtlKle Hloomi-bur> l .itmamenl best i HI Ihe it MHII %  % %  %  Lllion men jnd omc;i ti %  owering : -of lifo. '.. %  I .ii .1., rrimd.Kl and u nge ngcmgntwil IKHII "1 s an IndMsl confident thai iaite In these imull arm*, bouts and ahoes ant the |Mg t-inipln.di-t qiuiinit iecided In kill lh .l-m.iiean cigai iKhaitl 1 londitn S ask for o& 0* 1. 1 \l \w I SOAPS u i i Mill a Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights if ••-. No lenafit —No Pa* Jeasafeo.1 '-.f'^" ,*'"' %  I'.inted. The Church St II.-.„I Vlei ,—A fev. of the frco of private entorpri' On both vt.iiuin pw.s—wm ue u.. ... .ic peraon.llv li dth the necessity lldM of Ihe Atlantic, individual specuiust since the charade, ,,l J^.,,,,^, „|, nn |„, A1 „ rr emphasis on producers and traders have sought that continent-, prclucllve ,-apac' ,„'',, '',„,, ,.,,d. m %  energetlcallv nnd have liv and of its social structure fits u "" a to voie. oplnloni, study tut tern Faced .-is the nations repairs were done, but repairs areworlt | „„. urgently needed-, and painting is a ,7f placing greater necessity to save the building the military aspects of their ecobusiness rnergrn,-.,,, „„., „-.. .,, !" o. ... .. ...uv.u.e .,„ ^^ ,, . rl.rtholomeW, rhureh „omic activity. Itiis fortunate that been Increasingly successful in ,t for thui type of activity. As r PJJ" •' <" %  llnlv minor repairs were done to lire exist VelHunctloning inmeeUn. the needs of the market part of their services In .upuorl •"" !" !" "i'h., ihe! „iM l h. roof li 1, iC.r .Vi,.J ^.KTT.^, i„ n .ii,„VS trading channels to The role of the U S Government. „f the sound cxp.'n'i.m of privatebo'" UUfa •'".•; the. might gaTvamscd roor'bV named L, d .upp" The ".panned need, for both abroad -J, M home ha, „ ow „ u .d trade, the government, "> %  "t'onn^l eitbm. kei,i ua,rl,..i -„ i. S^hwV.„ihi Si iDCsUrnd leads required in been to foster trad, by supplying „[ Western European nations eon-S-encouraging was th. -2!, If ot X ; all ..^fm. 2 v., "/iv^ of>"3c''" •'*•"" i,h l lmM "" ; " !" lint"' < " "' co-oper.lion • cilUaw. that Ihe goal for Its: ......I,.. _. "may yet mDO V, t d ioods are an Imporcourage commcro by removing wl ,„ ,„,. goiernment of tho ha. l.en supplemeiil.d willi a plai -ved for some years if speedy '"^J^ijnt „f prosperity for obM.cles In the path of lr.de. anJ VmlM slillo Uirough such calling for the expenditure M scveritrreasons. Taking European generally to perform thoseser(hi) i, nc i s 1K 1n c lechnical aslisIfi37.29fl.o00 during Ihe next example, the sales vUl stWI^Ibfl y""^"",; lane pronrammes, under which years groups of European businessmen From far and near person. Commute* and "this was spent o.. & •WJSLPtSSSTJ'X: eSTC ZJSZZvrXTti >T&^W_to_ !" wf U n ". r d ft*"** ln rll y_!•'!".'" wathing and paint, the differencelcetJ bn; mea< i are takei St. M-iuiii.n, Viraraie.— A gram countries a* ,s St-S^OK Ses i ^^^he t 'Europe.„^a,: >&£ .^bsTiSna,. i of great importance to the role (or government Is a c harac. urotitnble functlonirig of ths ecoteristic ol a free society, in cost being paid by the Church System of the Onlis* States efTectiveness The effecU of lower unit costs urncs is a d virility of the democratic commercial system. State* to improve their knowlto look at the ,: l*ti!ladrlpl" „, edge of the structure of Its Induspri..,.-., Within the I. .lJ7ITatiaslnii nf ths r y and trade ;ind. more uarticuper**.* from Cermnny vtewsjl h larly. to discuss with American gojactl undttrtaken or complete, potential buyers the wayg In nrt .tudlsjd future plaru which European commodltieg CSSB also ,ant frosn Australia, Switsers the best serve the needs of their oesa. lanrf Swclen. Turkey, India. New *^ nom >"' Edaland, England. Japan and OV The goals of expanded multiPWIippmsst ,, ^y %h ,. tfl n M W„ tl rl of the ••Phiiitdelpri orld are not eaay of approach". Tor they noted th attainment. They can be reached statements of belief In UwaUMBI tiuitinuous and Council: by turning hla hand toaid'inTrTv "" "SStfflT Therefore "ihe Slton^'nt^iiierTw^^^n^ energMic eftort on the part of 'We believe the citisens wan t*k The Medical Officers hTvo '^^"gS" strains l ."trength KK b^nStn producers, traders, shipping in,-hil.deJpbj, lo have been thorough ir, their work and 23g£| p rotper |ty when it buy, lhr prospartty and strength ol the •£, bankers, and^ otherjjjgrowth ratl have given freely of their time, from Europian customers the trading world. The facts of 1950 menu of the business pubUe p ICC emeal growth Ihe service of the poor of the goo dj which thev offer. arc continuing every day to con%  a ?fp vince ciluens of the United SUtes ~" Commit tee itself "I want to express my thanks" 1£ m oVc*sT|nUlcant for the mainconcludes the Church warden, "to tenance of buainaaa volume in thine entire Parochial Staff for their United SUtes than can be meahelp and co-operation throughout sured directly in terms of the the Parochial year The Matron, dollars earned from sales to EuroNume and Poor Law Inspector 1 pean costumers. But the bcnet.U havn rendered lhair sarviccs unol continuing tialcs to Eun .sparingly, and I want to place on buyers can be assured record my appreciation „, their IS^^i^^.v^foiXir'pu'r" .'.t^il.ru. •buTVa.he;-c.uke"Se H..^l selling their wares to economic facts of 1950 hnv been If %  to "earn The first step forward widening awareness among tin American people that ho*pilaht. to imported goods was in thel own MEd norted aiods was in thel The S 031 of ***"'*•* lu "'V^^ZL .w in imnKing ' wartime destruc^itahn been demonstrate! t^-^jP^jwgMbyJ •p canes the property of lion and dislocation. Since Industo be false. j lr-• %  raided, and how it shall bined enact may wen we y*<*ta „%  ,, roundly signilicant in the course "^ "^ i T r Louis fcoyco of St. •^u> ( ~. Village. St. Joseph, wa> burnt bten the best customers, it about 2 p.m. yesterday. Neigh reasonable to expect that Europe i hours helped to put out the Are normal demand for Amerieni and prevented Qoyce/s house from products may increase an ls ecocatching afire. nomic health improves. W.fkh, lhr Kales of Exchange I'ANAbA Ch|uni on n-iikri. SI %  ,.•". ,.• DMnBiut Draft* SI : %  i-i Sakat maft< fll nvv i>r A MOKE GLAMOROUS YOU! SMMI'I maM beauUflU ]• %  the world .rer Istly on turn*'* Iset l*ow'der to enhance Uunr Uvellnao. Follou their lead and see v.lu>t a difference the rtgttt siugst ol face powdM e.n make la> yaaar e*n>lexlon: how wonderfaiUy loll •nd clear It MB k>M. Sifted Oirangh the finest illk. Pond's Face Powder la a. finely H gtured a. sstwder can be So It joe. on with ntra-apeeM .rnorth. nean and eHng. for hours. P.mil\ Fare Powder ka deiicAlelr perfumed and rM In a. aMiflrable Dre.mi.ower Bo. V..H *d iat aU Hi. beat bculy i .wase r. 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PACK FOUR BAKBAOOS ADVOCATC SATURDAY, APRIL J. I5I PrlnUd by th* AdvorU Co.. UA Broad Si. Bridgetown. Saturday. April 7. ISM Why Do Tliey Confess? "Here is the most convincing explanation of what happens at Communist (reason trials../ believe it to be the true one." &y Montgomery Hyde. M-P CLEANLINESS THOSE people who use the streets of Bridgetown daily are the best judges of the cleanliness of the City. This is what "one oi the cleanest cities in the West Indies" looked like between 9.15 a.m. and 920 a.m. yesterday morning. Opposite Plantations Building on the other side of the road was a galvanised stuff bin, containing half-agrapefruit rind and discarded paper overflowing on the pavement. A few feet away on the same pavement two empty water coconuts highlighted a pile of rubbish. An open push cart labelled '-'Commissioners of health" was drawn up alongside Lower Broad Street and a man was emptying some of the contents of a cardboard box into the cert while bits and pieces of paper blew back into the road. Close to the cart was a drain pipe under which was firmly embedded an old shoe, half an empty orange and six inches of paper. In the road nepr the Corner of Baxters Road and Lower Broad Street a standpipe remains a relic of an age dead, but not buried. Across the road OM gutters between the Singer Sewing Machine Co.. and the new De Lima Store were full of litter, and the gutter outside J. N. Goddard and Sons, was strewn with pieces of paper. From gutters in Baxters Road a current of water was driving down the gutter* which lead along Mc Gregor Street to the sea. There were clusters of flowers, leaves, and paper being swept down with the water and a slight smell from matter which had begun to decompose. One side of Mc Gregor Street was blocked by vehicles. including a new refuse collector which was then being tilled. A man was spittini; in the road. Higher up where Mc Gregor Street reaches the Advertising Department of the Advocate, two men were playing a game of warri in the road itself, while an outdoor barber was setting up his shop in the same road opposite the Advertising Department of the Advocate but closer to Parry Street. It was a typical morning in Bridgetown on one of its cleaner days. None of the refuse in the streets or gutters described above had anything whatever to do with hucksters, although in the short distance between St. Mary's Church and opposite Charles McEnearney and Co. the pavements and roads were generously littered with leaves, mould and other dirtmakers commonly associated with the trade of huckstering. It is a grave mistake for the Commissioners of Health to suppose that the Advocate has any other purpose than the preservation of the good name of the City of Bridgetown and the cleanliness of the Island of Barbados when it gives publicity to what thousands of Barbadians and visitors to the island daily see fur themselves. The letter from a Canadian published in yesterday's paper complaining of dead animals and refuse on bathing beaches, is only one of hundreds of complaints which this paper receives about Barbadian beaches. In fact the very day that the Commissioners of Health were reported as saying that Bridgetown was one of the cleanest cities in the West Indies, the stench from the Paynes Bay Bench caused by the rotting carcasses and entrails of sharks was detracting from the solid value of the St. James coast as a tourist resort. And the reporter had hardly finished with his report of the meeting of the Commissioners of Health on Thursday, before the telephone was ringing in this office and I resident of Hindshury Rond complaining of the stench caused near his home by smoke and dead animals. The public is not ignorant of the difficulties which the island of Barbados must face in keeping itself clean and preserving its good name as a tourist retort (which it is now in real danger of losing if smugness and satisfaction get a foothold here.) But it insists that those difficulties be tackled, not shelved. And this newspaper, true to its policy of reflecting public opinion on all matters affecting the good name of this island will continue to draw attention to the unnecessary filth and refuse daily to be seen around Bridgetown and on every bathing beuch of the island which is at all accessible. Everyone knows the high value that this newspaper places on tourism as a major industry, second only to sugar in its importance to our island economy, and the cleanliness of Bridgetown and of the whole island is at the heart of the matter. No one who has travelled at all would suggest that Bridgetown was as well managed and as clean as the neighbouring capital of Grenada, St. Georgft.. while to speak of Port-of-Spain and Georgetown in comparison with Bridgetown is to display an unusual ignorance as to the very use of (be words "clean city Mic iwo wars 1 paid ; M \xm after i <>l the British engineer. from the Metropolitan-Vlrker.. tio had been accused c: sabct-iing the rive Year Plan naTBl month* in detention ttMS had appeared in court and Metropolitan VWnn angUMUl < than surroundings and artel to other non-Communists, such nights of ropeaird .iue*tioning h:* u Cardinal Mlndszcnty or the IS sense ot values becomes blurreo Ptslish leaders who were earned *.nd he is intlintd to accept the uit to Moscow in 1945 and i-harged idea put Into his mind by tht with sabotaging the Soviet war efinterrogator This U that hu par fort in Poland. amount duly I* to recover h. Fifteen of these Poses pleaded freedom. The price does not seem som<' tif them, at least, had madi guilty at their trial The sixteenth, unduly high—Just his s gnatur.tig confessions Mr Z. Stypulkowski.* unlike his on a deposition acknowledging I remember being taken past thr companions, refused to confess in his traitorous Sets against b ,„, roK By some It waj bellmed that druB dllcuM ouutandln! problem, color remindin, him .harplv „1 had been uaed But the PJon „,„,.„„„,, Soviol occupied Pol Ml thdetail, of his confession 1 T ,, T? n """' !" 1 h, '' n ; Z"'; u-irilory Instead of l-in Mr. stypulkowsky was lucy althougk ill many Imttnew y> received a n delegate, he was True he was convicted, but he kidnapped and thrown into '.he received the extremely llxht sentence of four months, most < %  drendeil whioh he had already spent in ] repented their stone, like actors ___ playing their pnrtj. on the whom j u^ianka l>poamd selfpossesaed How Thcr< , n| NKV o, the uld one account for it? In 1940 Mr Arthur Koestler mak( poUc him did their nfe best to Jail, so that hav ; na almost Immediately. ele, While "NOBODY'S DIARY" Monday—There \t one club in Barbados? wrsere ceremony counts for nothing The game's tho thinq. And the name ranges from dominoes up to cards. It i played when there is no rain in the open under the manchineel trees ana the seats are the sand or a small box. Last Saturday there were more than two duzen men hard at it when I passed. Nearby there were pig stys. and empty cans, broken bottles and what have yous fouled the clean while sand near the boats but tin players were not upset After all it's the game that counts. Yesterday saw two houses being moved, both on hand carta. What exactly is the reason for houses on wheels? And how often do people move this way in a lifetime, BVVn year or whenever the rent comes due? PENCILS FOR EVERYONE %  ID — BLt: 15 Also PENCILS WO* MARKING GLASS ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE %  Tuesday—Found two bare-necked hens sitting on one another instead of laying eggs. When I bought a set of expensive Leghorn eggs 30 cents apiece, the other day. one of these same bare-necked hens had the cluck to pretend to be setting and ended by burying eight eggs, breaking and eating two and laying one herself just to show how much she cared. Bare-necked nothing, barefaced brazen hussies I call them, and if they don't start laying soon I'll show them a Parson's nose or two. published his famous book. DarkpioUed a'cainst the Soviet Union" Soviet nuthonli. wenuixJotM Al Noon, winch contained a He WMS not 3U hjected to torture, to discredit the IMlsh Resistance l rtlllaot but hypothetical exulajj Ut no was( he victim of the most movement nt Bat lime, they al*> Hon. His view was that a Comintensive third-degree methods, in desired to keep up the appear-miimst on trial*' would confess which It was sought to wear down anee of harmony with the West to any crime HK'iin't Th* State behis resistanceby regulated disWilh lifteen pleas of "Uullly cause he would realise that bis comfort. He was dragged from they could afford n few acquittals confession even though subtrtani^ „„ 70 n i a hU out of 71, and to please their alliea. lially false, was the only way left uiflered HI protracted intcrroaoThe story whkh Mr. Stypulto him in which he could advance UMU. kowski has to tell makes fascina%  M of Communism. By sheer force of willpower he ting reading. It is the most In other words, to abandon bedominated his interrogator. Hu convincing account of Communls*. Uaf in Communism after a lifeharrowing experiences enabled technique in treason trials which ubmlssion lime us a revolulinnary was payhim to expl chologically impossible. Thus with his IS colleagues, the broken men of the opposition reality equally guiltless raeantaUon had become a kind of The Price ritual habit and accepted routine. The prisoner Is confined Guilty Pleas cell under constant But this explanation seems to of a guard, under lb be but partially true. of a strong electric light, the prey It cannot have applied to the of ceaseless anxiety and tears J have read. The reason for this is,_clear. It affords the moat likely explanation of )usl wh political prisoners under the Soviet confess to .rimes they have rveillanc-' never committed. I believe It to harsh glarebe the true one World Copyrtijhl Resertvd —L.E S News From IIrilain EASY ON THE EYE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF LAMP SHADES DN BLUE, ROSE, AMBER, APRICOT. PINK PEACH, GREEN of various designs to suit reading and standard Lamps. They will provide both beauty and comfort in your Home. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. %  PHONES : 41T :. MS7, U51, tin. LONDON, The struggle In Hrltlsh politics nvriK to have taken yel aaofbaf turn. Now It is even lests likely Ihat there will be Immediate elections, or that a government of Mr Churchill will replace the government of Mr. Attlee. Just after Christina*, as I recorded at the time, the morale of (he Government was at a low ebb. Ita .supporters talked of defeat. And the Cnservatlve party was overI bond %  '' the prospect of power. The Conservative* could have done MrO things They could have waited timidly for the Government to make mistakes. Or they could attack the Governt verbally, as much as possible wilh the aim of getting to power quickly. There were t In the second course. High political temperatures cannot bo maintained for very loruf. If the Conservatives failed to win their battle, then they might hnve sacrificed the chance of power %  On the other hand to play a timid political gamerices not pay — and It is the business of an opposition to be vigorous. So with Mr. Church ill's leadership and the active support of many new backbench M'PJ., I-uniing to do baitle. the Conservatives decided on mi Ml-out rampaign to bring down the Government. Latterly ihe taclics were lo kaep the Government up IIIKM and wear its nerves to hysteria At the moment of writing, the first round of the battle is over, and the second round Is about to begin. Undoubtedly. Labour, has won the first round on points. The morale of the government party has improved. It has been discovered that the tricks Conservatives think of for maintaining debates Inle in the night can bfl countered by olher tricks. For instance. Conservative motions put down purely for dabaflngj purposesare supported in a formnl Sense by Labour M.P's adding their name* to the motionn on the Order Paper. The Lab-nic M.P's then suddenly withdraw Uie motion In the middle of the debate. Or Uibour M.P's desert the Hon— of Commons: or they move an adjournment sudden!v whim there Is %  s ne T .ernl unreal' The lltOUOII is almost unheard but it pave*, and the Sergeantat-Arms walks out with lhe Mace. All this Parliamentary fooling is not helping the Conservative Party and would certainly bring discredit to the p„ rt-..;J T. nn l. D,L.,t, n l estimate how they were doing By David T*mpla Roberts f „, m w ^ k to ,J££ Thty h „5 to think of policies and their Opposition if it were carried on result* — not solely of their own for too long. popularity. Now they have a But the second round is now sort of cheek mi themselves like iK-ginning which will be rather the Box Office returns on a film more perilous for the Governstar's appeal. 1 quite expect, by ment The one (Ixed point in the middle of Summer Labour the Parliamentary year Is the politicians will be so cock-a-hoop "Budget." The debates that they will be talking of capital follow it approve the Budget levies to finance rearmament. Resolutions and embody them In the Finance Bill. On most quesThere Is of course another view tiona. Mr. Attlee's Government of the public opinion potls. has to be defeated twice before Rightly it can be said that the> it will fall. The Prime Minister, cannot lie suppressed, and the even if defeated on a major politicians must get used lo thorn, question, Is quite able to come That may be true. But if the back the following day to tha politicians are to get used to them House, and ask fur a motion of they will have to cultivate much confidence in his policies which culmer heads than they have at would reserve a defeat the folthe moment. Mr. Attlee himself lowing day. But on some stages ^ as muo h a politician as the of the Finance Bill, this could ,,-rt There Is every evidence that not be done and the Government he thinks and plans in terms of alnlng In power, at least for Is in some peril from a vote. Nevertheless. Mr. Attlee ] .ingle „.. lifetime^ Noticeably, h enters the second round with ius remoao ||cd his government some advantage carried over not wltn thc alm of a n eteetlot from the first round. The Conbu wllh the aim of carrying on (icrvutlve performance in the Tht pr\nx v Minister knows a first round lost them the support administrative blunder when r of half a dozen fickle Liberals. svvs on(1( ;,,„( Vlll)r steps are batnsj When these facts are weighed. ( nKrn lo p'r.vent any more of the venture to predict that a Labour ^^ I)f bluiulcr5 „„ coa l and meat Government will come through hal w> nctrl de(ea ted the Gov the second round and survive the p,^,,,,.^ m he mi ddle of th ikirmishes of the summer. It Winter. Foi once the coal sitmi xamlned at the ea* may not be wise enough, in its (| \xine own or the national interest to ^ f th h thc wCol her noose a Central Bee l0 n In the %  ^^ lV;irmpr ra(hpr lhan al %  acting; the difficult end of the year when due to fall and the weather Is getting colder. At last the Government has decided that it is better to pay more for some thing to eat than exceedingly Utlk (Of next to nothing The result will certainly Autumn. It Is doubtful whether the Conservatives' bid for power TL*si since Christmas has done them anything but harm. Behind this political scene is n new menace of the Public Opinion Poll. The Conservatives SSaughTon tho\kr?ornnwm "5 l n ^ reoB J Iwni ?'"'** Du l ) h there had been no polls to tell n"*h '" !" er_ls at last bcine them that opinion was running encouraged to rear more Deet — their way. Now the latest polls tf Thursday April 5. in which he states: 'Th,highlight of the Secretary's report Is that he states tho mSO season wag thc best financial one since 1910. but fails to mention tiie fart that both the 1949 and IBM seasons the IIA FA had nothing to do with the running of the game other than to make fixtures and receive 401ot the gate money. All |ha donkey work attached to a football season, being done by Pickwick Cucket Club under the terms of the then .extsUng arrangement. Is it any Ihat the R.A.F A. doesn't need an Auditor for their financial report. As Mr. Ward aptly puts it. the simplicity of thc ugurecould be appreciated" If this had come from anyone else I would have allowed it to pass for ignorance of the Mtuatin but from a former Secretary of a B A K A. I cannot allow it to go unchallenged. Can Mr. Shannon deny the fact that the B.A.F.A. hnve never been offered term i under which they can undertjko this magnificent administration (ten mn rent the grounds and emulate Hit excellence of the present n On the olher hand whal Is the donkey work there hi *o much braying about? Doej Mr Shannon -onsider that collect!uc pennies am' sixpences at a gate or being In hand to lock people into cages or let them out U beyond the intelligence of ordinary human beings like myself'.' Wc are not allowed but this does -ibt say that we cannot. With r.gard to the simplicity of my account for which I was congratulated by Mr D. H. L Ward and what Mr Shannon Inferred was hardly necessary. Mr Shannon can easily recall that at some unforgctten penods in thc lustory af UM B.A.FA.. there were not .-,1 simple accounts and in some ither occasions there were nc accounts at all. O. S. COPPIN. BENDIX WASHING MACHINES FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHES NINE POUNDS CLOTHES. 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SATURDAY', APRIL 7. 1HI BAKU UHIS AliVOt Ml PAGE FIVE Acquitted Of Threatening Letter Charge Introduced To the Bar HL'NDRKDS yelled in Ihe Courtyard ye^tcrdav as David Van Puttin bowed to the Court and .valked out of the dock, M quitted of the charge the Police had brought against him —uttering a threatening letter to Aubrey Birch uf Dayrells Road, demanding money The case was going ||u Honoui Ihe Acttat] Jiui.ee, Uie UHOftn jury del.bChief Justice Mr G. I. Taylor erated for an hour ana 4o minutes presided at the Court before the before tney returned their no! Van Pultin case continued guilty verdict. They had heard a Mr R**cc said lhal Mr Graham %  . iwo-hour address by Defence VVi s called 10 the Bar by the lionwho han, around the Cmmel Mr E w r^J !" ^ oiraM. MM ot Gr^, inn in i. |l.,,-,.,, r ,-III,-,I3„, ,„,.,,„„ C|J IB4> Ihouili II w In 1947 thai he in. i lalwajl u eu-nd lhal they are ,^.,,„ ,. h ,,_„,. .„, ,,,,. paue I hi. Bn.U S,^' Se'ToSn.lwnoK?'?; *"*" hivhiT den-no^ ,, r'KV ••" < !" Aubrey Slrch. threT S" !" ?'* nd '^ "' "" ' .^nSt tf uS f'" Birch', .nd hi, children.^^ "• "' %  **K care of thcmielvn." I've. It the money n not placed p Ti?*.? .L. ...„ Police Con.UI.lM are now on • certain ,po, toSTEr wtlcSrM L £ Ihe lia* out for such lout, and The Defence Couiual. Mr Bar'~ ,. S?. r i^^^, "'£.,. S* already two have been arrested, row. had made MlJWHI J, "SI K ,n,en?.on of but would ~ -rcnadii where _...'ged to have given the police, fee* were -attractive ;he'Urr.mT;Ke ,u ^ m ?f h"J s ,n UM !" ,6 !" • *a7*t£PS3 i-*. —. I.-*. !" '" Wl '" k c "* "' " him. Mr Barrow ariued lhal ihcorned Mr Gntam and added Btatcmcnt. had been got out or that it gave him great pleasure lo Parking With Touts 'THHTS varlo already two have been arrested, row. had made strong objections Mr fir.rnm hart ",? i The Commissioner said that he In the early stages of the case to utl c\Mn* m Barbados would like the public to know ceruin staWments Puttin was £ ,eirning to Grer. that anyone who visits a place of alleged to have g.ven the notice, f~. ~Z .? J^v* PARKING POLES In wdrr thai ItM inu. sj pbWK W,ll a —11 ithVH -.1. .oe rtmdni ..r-n. *, parkins (.. biotlm | BJBJ g*Jf .1 imr. -,. i.. -. carry while red These vlreeta • an i.ov be easllj dfaUliigukahed "Whrnevrr you we A pol< painted in lhe*e tMo*r* aw will know that >ou radii** park yotar motor vehicle in thai street,' (ului'l Mirhr hu laid the Advcrata" yr > tgfdjaf Hr said that this tcp was esperlally Ukei. t J in. i. r.-! who are visitor, u the .aland aud are not **. qaalnted with the lerd l>arkms resulallo i. "In nearly all eoinuri< iin. m-thi.il la rmplo>ed he said. MUSIC FESTIVAL FINISHES 'Combermvfe's Wall Will \ot Obstruct Flood Water" WALL DOW |Obu| up 'i the eastern sul: cf Cii..ber.•reiied because of tha continuous annoyance caused b) 'he ciicroachnient ol animals, some "1 wm I times entered the classrooms. Mr. (' A Coppln toUl the Advocate yesterday. Mr Coppin said that he has been authorised by tha Oovffcrnitm Ht.lv .( the School to supervise the erection o( the Tvall mules, 'The Governing Body IK not and the like entered the aware that any Order exist* j rosehool premises from iht fide and hlblting tha erection of a wall on roamed about &\ will. Mr. Coppin -'* property. At no point i i >itd Tha iniponridiiis of these considered that this wall will ofTct %  ininals nM triad, but this w.s obstruction to flood water." to be useless. Barbed-win______^_ (ten put up but iwo of are earned away. The Governing Body were ac%  dviaed that a wall conI such i> manner that it Ci nl I nut hv ininui.ited by flood 1 tlvslj than ( nv %  IhSl ha.| t>e,-n (ii.w.iu.l, adoplil invited and the successful tender Mr. A. li YES!! THEYRL HERE GERMAN /jaj CAMERAS H.E. U ill Addn m Civil Service ASS'II Lady Savage Present* Prizes Hivehicle lie said that when a person aTIT'" ,. ifives one of these touts mohey to Pu "'" art *' r he ha <* been enticed do so. i rge of the vehicle that f nd threatened a nd befuddled by Mr. rerson, instead of assisting the beer given him by the police. Solldl Police. Is encouraging lawlessness Statements Admissible Chief Justice and and this increases the work of th<* After the Chief Justice ruled Grenada and otherPolice who are trying to rid that the statements were adBrtdgetown of touts. missiblc, Mr. Barrow cross-ex One motorist Miid that he once amimvi the witnesses closely and %  avi i tout consent to sit in his brought out discrepancies, partly car and take charge of it. He „„ me htreI11(lh ot which luheld 25! !gth *.**g^*-g^..*^"Jg that Puttin should be acquitted. Mr. Barrow argued th.it then would only be evidence in care of an admission that he. Puttin, wrote the letters, but nothing as to his having sent them. The writing of them alone would not entitle them to convict him. Another strong point of Mi heavy obstacle charged into it Flood water pressures have been The Schools' Mu.s-u-.-V.,, ,1 M.dis^ igih.lde.of the wrtl. Of 1951 came lo a gaorlCNM n d Th( ,,,„„.,„., ,,., w ^^^ Graham thankej thyesterday when some -iUO that unlike park walla of tba> past, Gcneial and the Acting fjhU^faQ staK*^a tWO-hoUT lU '. it would be impossible loi concert at Ihe Combennera '.'"' •**" -' %  taw W ibi WJ|I THE Governor Sir Alfred S-ivW "111 address memi>ei<>l the Ilarbados Civil Service Awociation at their Annual General Meeting which takes place at fr*runiti. %  -.... Harrison t'nlleKe this .(lienv-tii *52S?,>J? aM con : m '"' on *d to at i SO o'clock The Auditors' Report for the 1 he Governing, body have been year 1950-91 will be consider.-! I Hat In case of serious nfter which the Asso-iation will flood waters, only a panel ... ihiolcet oaneetl for th* current year ill at most, could collapse It a I'll \ct—Double Lens S.S, takg u] WlKt.IN — i : %  .{> %  nbla View i'ox Camera Only %  L b id that West Indian %  lonies, he ncsttead thai Ihe Bar School Hall. ,ud Bench in Barbados were referred to with great respect. It was tin in collapse, A alii %  i to il QM tecood biaaniaJ g| '""' U > ;uarantee has been a "d the equ Ing Bcagy la •CAN. CONSTRUCTOR LOADS SUGAR The C.NS Canadian Bsjh fttrurtor. 3.93d ton* net is hero hmding about 1,600 tons 01 W|U 'alMlt of SOU puB. n l ai wi pail ('.,. ,,I ( .,I, i %  > -,i Ul uphold Hie traditinn i of such a place. %  how was over he discovered tha' the tout, as well as two of his car wheels had disappeared. T NI INNTAI. GENERAL MEETING of the Barbados Friendly Football Association wag held at the Fortress Club on Wednesday when Mr. C. E. Jemmolt Wag nppointel President. The Financial Report Bnd that i r ;li. Beentary were read ana adopted. The Association approved of a teom from the B.F.F.A. entering the Knock Out Competition of the B.A.F.A. On Thursday the B.F.F.A. season will begin Mr Jemmolt was als.i elected to represent the H.FF.A. on the general body of the B.A.F.A. Members of th.' Association spoke highly of the kindnesses rendered by Carlton. Shell nnd Empire for the use of their grounds and Fortress, for Ihe use of the Club house. Other appointment* were as follows: L, Slocombe. Vice-Presi IJ.ifc )>viiii 414 .ill th;il Iho mrnarr, w "< ,P"' It tollowpd I Police Dogs Are Taught Tracking Peirgv and Rip. the Police dogs. %  n u pn ml baini tuunht tim-k M of them gM\e an excel•liouls' mu^t>festival. th4 first of whicl: was successfully lf any of it^ stages sia-i^; in 1949. -i of the constnwtlon ol The Gnvernor Sir Alfnd 8 "' %  < %  >" CSet ol I age. ajid Lady Savage attended imntel> 13,000 In view of normal the function. 1. sH i> nocma] wall conthe presentation of prizes and atruetion this is a very reasonable certiticates to the Winners of thfigure lo achieve, the purpose Jao be noted P*' rt ,i ihai tin,v:iii rung parallel with Iha> paatathaMtai arrivad hew as eot and doea not oofieaa II Thtaradaj avanins She b as* port earl; pecle.1 to lei week leg i agents are Mc*sr AuKtln ft CO Ltd Met local rdlner Barrow's lo Birch were not sufficient to overcome his free and voluntary un *i ,l am t S 5 TZ r> actions, not sufficient therefore. Th'.v "• being trained a for the law. over 9l One of the witnesses for the prosecution, Mr. Barrow told the Jury, was Toppin, who was supposed to hove been listed by Puttin to pick up the money. He, however, admitted that a Superintendent of Police had told him that things would have been made easy for him If he gave evidence against Puttin ipatlUon piesenlation she wa;" .wlh %  Iniii.uei The faath al tun ago with over 5.1HH) pupil? being trained at Wind87 Elementary Khaolf and k-Ul Peter, by Dr. SumnerSecondary schools cntermK Moore and have already passed competition. After an ehc obedience tests. process, Ihe winners gavI Colonel It T Michelin, Comto round off the festival. missioner of Police, visited Windover yesterday morning. On his Perhaps, some or the Thildir return to the Central Police '•'! hav ' lh opportunity of hear Station he told Ihe Advetate thai "18 'heir voices as their audiem he wi< very pleased with their hwd it yesterday A re progress. He said that they taken around the streets of strld lakinfl in' which the Oovernlni Biti praaented -The construction n;,. until lha necessary deed" i estiu*: U a property („ ,(.,. Qoverrnta| .i u u ""' ,v h d ,Hn n '""U'l-KNi Toe I Lark from the canal lo permit of any futur> cx%  (WVatopnianl in dealing wall flood water* ui this area. instrument w. being concert was taking ,hile th beautlli streets As the trial began yesterday. Spelghlstown that they may beNothing was lacking HI amlicn. Mr Reeee continued his address r(imr accustomed to traffic and Parents, friends, and official to the Jury. He said tljat the case people pocked the hall while the galler dent, JT. Archer. Treasurer. Mr. Barrow had quoted, holding Constables Maitland and Brothcould have provided space for onl C It Scott Secretary, C. E. that mere admission of the writing waitc, who are in charge of the a few more. Reecc Assistant Secretary and 0 f a threatening letter was not dogs, are called Dog Masters. The two trustees, Messrs. J T. enough for a conviction, did not Commissioner said that both Conapply In the case before them, "tables are showing great keenIn that case admission the evidence, but in the pultin there was more evident c Menaces Plantations Ltd. Appointed Agent* Canadiui! Stock Brokers KMI.III S VWW.' %  -.*-',ii*-v.-.',LIMITEB GEORGE PAYNES is GOOD COCOA lOtf* ,/#/"" Archer and T*. Estwkk. A FIRE at Church Village. St. Philip, on Thursday burnt 500 hole* of first crop ripe canes, belonging to H. B. Gr> Accompaniment the this new department of Police work. "It Is hoped that within a few months the dogs will be available for use in the detection of crime". He said .that the person who Coionel Michelin said. in Ihe i DTOporty of **MII -inrn"Alieyne. threw placed the letter In the envelope nu.-irters of an acre of second was guilty of uttering A threat Srop rip*". U" 16 properly of Hilton [ 0 a man's children would conFrancis. 50 holes of tnlrd ., c r? p atilute menaces since a man was ripe, the propfrty of Aletw; necetMr | !y l0U chy on that score Hinds and 100 holes of second J( wM evldtnt Irom the fact5 M he argued, th.t Puttin was a young Joyce lioaeky. None canes were Insured. The rldav of the cycle was slightly lne inspecto injured. Remanded On Larceny Charge Mr Hugh V Shaw of Gmrdnri ( panj Ltd.. Toronta Cana 'a. arrived in Barbailos last Sal%  inlay and was met by M. Ceo P. Wall, a director of the coml>."'.v. who has been in Barbados <'ime. Thev are staying Ihe Windsor Hotel. Mr Shaw. In an Interview with the Advocate. nU thai i Ihe bland. The Police Band ui leadership of Captain C. E. Raiso eccasioni'lly accompanied Ih choral groups while a pnrt of tl iob Hudson on Ihe pianoforte. The programme was begun a,t e present ot Urao-ClnckUilll llP..II.-.. II.Kl „„„ ,•;,„.„„„, ,„ .(„,,,„ irndrrint Enc Coalo. Mairli ol .,cunflo. he uul. v. I bihi tho Youth of Ihe Empire'. i that although .DM 0UH .^ „ -.. Canadian Invcatmoot llrma wcr Tim was followed by Martin Known In Barbado. alcaady Ihi HIS WORSHIP Mr H. A. Shaw's "SOIIB ot Hie Mume M....„.,,;, ,..,„,„, 1 ^ K .|„|„„ bM W n man with th. mind ot a matter Talma, Police Magistrate ol Diner." which . rhnvn aa DM the Uanadlan Company and Vim criminal. He was making sure the trlct "A" yesterday remanded Festival song and leiidci..! I M i tions Mil would provide B K'YCXK M 144M was extencrop would come on and at Ihe without bail George Downes, a powerful and sweet soumliiig anolhn gourca ol Inforn it] sivcly damogeil when an game time securing himself by labourer of Thomas Gap. until voice* selected from the v. It . I; accident occurred al Kew Gap. sending Toppin for the parcel. April II when he was charged by . 111.-..,, n, i nde.lei in ul St Muliael %csleidav evening The circumstantial evidence, he thePolice with the larceny of The progranimc iiicliuied live lypag of aacurluaa uit'iiuida New Also involved was bun owned held, was damning. What he said cloth valued at 1.1. St. 7d.. the choral groups, five vocal sol. ...i y. k ,, |.. m ,toi, and t...,.. i, bv the Leeward 'Bus Company. 1O injpector Franklyn, admitting ? ro JP'"* "' "ohomed Kola on „„,. pianoforte solo, all of wl.i.-h I „,, |„,j. "" the Inspector to be a master after "H?.',"' TW A .K„ -I.. ..,.. dre hearty applause f. tlH vldUM up-to-date rei-irt u n aiiccT 0 TH,-SOAY nigh, an J JJ-Jwjitrng -^jajj, £ > *£*g& "--' S -Z'SlVZ P-*? viction. B^ide. he h.d spoken gAj^fijftg SSSS'SS^SS'S% ^"SISS given the (lass of beer. to her with a brown parcel which Only Will Thine Evesnog ( „ ul Did the, think that,Pln -ld he p,.c Into^bo,^ He then B Jj^TaK, ^>!"!" ;?' % %  ;_;; ,. 'dent occurred al Boarded are M SnJgrs Clyde Jnekman of Carrington'sVillsRe. St Michael, and Blentnan. who aide his bicycle. Blenman slightly iniured. ktanding beanar *' ,no money Wlth Toppin. a took M Taitt of Combermere School. Mr Shaw 'aid thai his com> considerIhe past 2C George Downes in his defence College and the spiritual "go fgrfJ^.^SM! 1 .?J*J"* *2*Jf Id that on April 6 he never Down Moses" rcndeied by ity JJ*^f^JSJ !" :*\^^1^2; o. n,,,..-• suswui to client* nnd that they were and the fish also aud lift Shaw'<. %  Cargoes' sung by (juo*n':i was young man he scarcely kne Thnt In itself, he said, put add T mil taanna. lh LlSit f Toppin ,1 b in,t a "*" t^ok a" parcel from Mohomed Street Boys' School Ifc ELECTORS AHSOCIAeompllce KoU A £, ut Jtome Ijm( in ,,„, TION haU a POUttoal imalmB Summing l.p morninK he saw Thorne celling at One of the i.ri/ in the St. Simons district of K. Summing up the case, the Chief Hopes Alley and asked her lo year-old Wimton Drain wuitc. n >' Andrew in support of their canj us tic sanl that the case which Keep some fish which he was dldate Mr. J A. Hsynes. Defence Counsel had cited to carrying. Mr. F. V. Rock acted as piove t hnt merely admitting that When he had returned to chairman and the large crowd one wro i,> .. threatening letter did Thorne he saw Kola with Iwo who attended were entertained to nol rne.,n tliat that person sent it, parcels on his bicycle. One of the Steel Band music. did not bear on the c*se then beparcels dropped off the bicycle _. fore them and a man picked up the parcel T HE ST SAVIOl R'S Church The on j y evidcnc against the and ran away. Later he was told I .ads Brigade gave a Concert defendant in the case which the at the C.I D thnt he would be at the Bclleplaine Playing Field jx-fencc Counsel had c*d was the charged in connection with the Wednesday night. A play. aUlemtnl that he had written the parcel "Old King Cole", interesting item gramme. was the most on the proletter. In the case before them „ Al hi 8l f? e p wn '" kcd b > there was more evidence Mr Talma if he had an> witness,.. Thev knew from the evidence of he wou d like to atUjnM that he %  horn h d wtnesses but they *>•" they now uf being no less ii''. ii %  uiie measure In the BrlUah West In.i.i : forte Solo lie ,oce,yd Inprye w p|.„„„| |r. from the hands of Lady S..v.g. „„.,., |k >. „ amidst the loud cheers Horn Ih. „„,, nTOllor „ poMU,' audience who wenairoiasM and Mr shn ,^ ,,,„„, „,„ ,,„ lhl yet surprised to know that a buy || r t ,i m ,. t „„, rt -rde to pay Petition Granted % !" *-u^£F:f?S$Z S>g£ Hpfig ,n the Court of Common Pie,, .'^ wn , SbJSSEmZ ^^t &J£k ffiffg is Honour Mr 0, L Toylor ^*3 , 1 d '' * %  faull >"rakes. This %  anted a petition onbehalf ol ^f 1 '^ oflen cf '* \**>' ,0^1ou, •?"."* from I |i d a petition VIImu . _,•,•>.#• the Company of Plantations Ltd. """ %  %  , i^ople niust be protected that the alteration of the Com„ "' ton^Kiiions reckless drivers ram's objects proposed to be Defence Counsel. Mr. Barrow. This case wag brought by the effected be confirmed by Ihe was saying that the threats and Police as a result of an accident Court pursuant lo sec. II of the menace, were nol of such as to between the motor bus M-727 and Companies Act 1910. induce Birch to part with any of the motor car A-113. After the Mr. j. S B. Dear instrucfd his property. Ha was holding that accident the brakes of the motor bv Cottle Catford & Co.. appeared the menaces would have to be car A-113 were tested and it for the Company. such as would make Bn with something. But that Wills Admitted the law. There would never be any convictions, in that case, unless a threatened peBK>n yielded. Thar, irr )vir. had heard the h part found that they were nol working fas not properly. The front fender which In the Court of Ordinary yesterday His Honour the Acting Chief Judge Mr G. L. Taylor granted the petition of Louise Malvina Gamble of River. St Philip. Widow, to the estate of her husband Joseph Eiekiel Oamble. deceased. H L. Ward Instructed by Mr. D. Lee Sarjeant appeared for the petitioner. The wills to the following person* were admitted to probate: — I Dig Collymore. St. Michael; Elizabeth Acourt Cr.w %  lord, St. Philip. as damaged could nol prevent the brakes from working properly said th* Transport Inspector. ,,„ .., Another case of driving without nature '.f Ike threat.. threaU U, l !" !"!" !?!?**: !"!" \J* mt X nirrh hl-m-lf and his rhlldrrn. £ nm > h ***" "Uoumen ..J %  • aaataa — ah.— ._ <..u. .'.,H.. IICOURT FOR DIVORCE and It KM 'or them, to deride wbrlher a normal man would %  ay any attention to them. If they felt that Blrrh was a man who woil. treat toeh threats aa [„ t he Court for Divorce and a mailer for laughter, then Matrimonial Causes the Acting Puttin would not be guilty. chief Judge Mr. C. L. Taylor Defence Counsel had ariued pronounced decree absolute In the that Puttin did not know Blrrh uit of N S Sainsbury. petitioner, nar Blrrh Pultin and Pultin and E A Sainsbury, respondent would therefore have no reason Mr J S H Dear instructed far wrlllni to him. Bat one by Mr. E. D. Rogers of the firm of rould write anch a threatening <"", u w Clarke Ac Co appeared a> On Page S. lor the petitioner. BRUSH.'. 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PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATfRDAV, ANUL l5l BY CARL ANDERSON Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Slay! Hurt Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure .: roo r.... JM MNI ta >>••" .••Moat, •*•**** %  !>• %  > % %  • < P .nd tMkWkM4u4iM •>• %  aaaaer, kunii ta< iU\l WUlW fr*n •"? M ibaaa wi" lam, raw 111* BUM eaaaageraa i • HMrt Trouble or a p*ri>tlo etr>>ke • l4 r*u thou 14 *rt traaimMt %  .nee. Tht rar flnl 4OM 0/ N.n (fon — rt> Uwn w HJfim' a. nan n*JIO*J dhKvtr>, rajducaa Higk Blood Iftwi and rr.akea ou M reeri ^;ni|r In ft !(• df.)a %  '••• Nl(l rra Tour phamUl t> liirln pheM cold "v,-r nickt, ot bukskin th.. .tabbing, loftanag 1x1,11 ..I II.. uru.ir i-i.i. urlliritis. ii.illll 1. n.urallKia. "" I" 1 "'' musel--*. r Hi. misery .,r lired ukiaf feet JOB rub n Into ih,. .,.,,. apou the congested .-i-~t ..r lebng, tired muscles, aii.l fooj 111.(."in ami sur.hi-ss WBstt m a mutter of miiiiit.Huc-kliv's wi.ii.. Huh is %  Mtmttte pnantetl onUintag • aim.iuNdioBta. eenlatty leleetej for th.-ir prove, were%  mtie valuiII sliii.ulnl.s .ir.-ulation. breaks HI I nn.l r.-li-i.--. |iiiin H-als .ml HiH.th.-, sor.-, mmpl.-, ai.,1 l.r-l biiriiiiiu. sialy PERT Wi(UtntM MORE r.-li.r ni LESS time " %  .!%  n Ui j JOHNSONS STATIONERY and HARDWARE BUCKLEYS OTJBBrMm WHITE III II J Christian Science 1 Heading Koom f IST nooi, town SON* Hour* : 10 am—3 p.m. Tueadava. Wexlaeadaya, >*rtdaye. 10 a.m.—13 o'clock Saturdaya. %  irtrrillniM %  ( KAII PA.II t lBBt oar W re.il. banrati. M P in le--l | Visitors Are Welcome | IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW Heinz Mulligatawny Soup tins .__ 30 2 Bacon (Sliced per lb] 1.20 lOtt Kardomah Tea } lb. 39 tS USUALLY NOW Heinz Spaghetti in Tom. Sauce tins 28 23 Orange & Grapefruit Juice tins 29 M Jeffreys Beer bottles 26 91 V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street liet us supply uti your Awd.% . Fir tar HOUSEWIFE OU"-f,r Cutlery, Stoves, 'iWr'A*'" Ohluftr*. Lump-. Saucepan."-. E nit mat wax*, Chain, Broom i, alt. For Ihf CARPENTER and MASON Saw*, Hammer*, Trowels, etc.. etc. For the PAINTER and JOINER Ready mixed Paint".. Enamels. OU and Plcmenta Brushes, Varnishes BrassfoiindrT, etc For thr FISHERMAN Books. Wire for Pota, Copper Faint Ropes and Block*. Cuva,, ate. etc. Far tkr AUIHILHRISI and HOKIiaiTlRISI B1IK ate., rtc. Far tar IlllaER Plica Pine. Walaa *. SalnslM. Window Olau. D.v^.. Fir. Hi nice*. Our QUALITIES are GOOD. PRICES REASONABLE TERMS EASY Skop at Wilkinson & II......-. Co.. Lid.. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phoo 4413. 4657. 4472 &f PITCHER'S for ECONOMY. V AM ami SATISFACTION. 3SS3ES3 \



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SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SI.VEN CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLKPMONI ISO* Th* charfa to* %  nth* MtfiUfH, Msananla. and In V I'M on a.*ek-da>i %  ml ti.au *n Sunder< lot an* number of wards u M M. ana 1 cento par word on waafc-dava ami • canto per word on Sundays lor each additional word. Tor Birtaa. Marriage or Infiimifi announr*m*nb In Carlo Ciltirj \"r rhata* H HBO lor any numb*r of word, up lo M and %  canta par word lor a-** edeUttor.el word. Tar mi ra.h. fto^WI HIS l„r DraMt THANKS MAI CtBAN—Th* Maughan I mo-1 re-pectluin to Baas ..Handed the funeial ai v nip. thy In olhar wa*i in bereavement ociUini bi of our nuaband and lalhci William Maughan. Mr. Mauchan jnd children Ih* death IN MEMORIAM I l)0*N In ever Ion our dear aunt Emily Cadogan. car ago ah* Mt ua SaU T-i.rv.trir. t'l .r .'I Bui ahc %  >Pti( to be with Jeaui KMOHTa in loving memory of our dear Mater Olga Knighu. who |..>w.l away on April 1th IStO Gone bul nol forgotten Kvar lo br remendtored ct' h*r U-t*r> Dorla and ElM* mother An.te Knlghle 7451 In GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VACANCIES IN THE ELEMENTARY TEACHING SERVICE Applications are invited from teachers (women) with at leas'. 10 years' teaching experience for the Headships of the following schools: — St. Catherine's Mixed School, St Philip; Ebenezer Girls' School, St. Phili].. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate 'A' of the Department of exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade I Elementary. Schools. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in respect of previous vacancies (now tilled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may bet obtained from the Department of Education. All applications DMltf be enclosed in envelopes marked "Appointments Board" in the loo left hand corner and m st reach the Department of Education by Saturday 14th April, 1951 64 M—2n ADVERTISE m THE WEBKLY ADVOCATE I'Olt SALE Mi-imxn eha-p* tS (nil Suadayi t' uora, ) n •roe* Samdapa. AUToarorrvF. IX Oiif Noraun Autornla Owner buUif largen>r Only 7 aOB rrllee Atp|i J G Cuti-m .vn.a I* fl aVlll r.e*U*nt mUradr raft* %  > % %  m a AUTOMOBILE va Perfect running order tIJOO 00 Counaa* a Street. '-I J >hri > In perfect t llinkioti. M M •4.SIContract For Public Printing v i he Clerk of the General Assembly up to the ISth day ol Juiv : performing the fallow! re printing work and service* for :nmfnl and I-eglslalure of this Island, and other printing work hereinafter mentioned, and such other printing work as may be required by the Printing Cosamittee, for the period commencing the 1st day of July, 1951 to the 0th day of June. 1954. I'l III.11 MMIIIS Fas rente paaooia Una on reek-dope >-d II conli per ao.Hr !•* on Semdapa. •" %  %  •c**rge 11 M on <**ek-d*pa %  •d |l m ** S>4a*a. I and publishing al so much per page the OFFICIAL [Council, or to wek olher pagaagaj a GAZETTE every Monday and Thursday in every week, or on such [from time to time determine, all copi Ever> At' hi to be published In the Offki.il Gazette In such a inannei as OmUa w iihmit jfTrvliiia the paging thereof, and shall not be mixed up with the other matter of ttfete13. The contractor is to address and post or otherwise forward Phi— 4W I" I 4 M ?nAllis -Tare Invalid w .i ma pandod lo %  refill LI\i:ST o djcneiai Public that my wUa ; V Leotta Waithe (raff! \\< ,* formerly of Paynes Hay. St O James, has deserted me since N 1941 and 1 have not heard of > O her whereabouts. H |i mj J S intention to re-marry In the ft near future. ; 9 I'-KIiESFORD WAITHE O Paynes Bay. J jj St. James. FURNISH TO-DAY lie Popular Way NR78 New and Ren. ed Mrhosanv. Cedar and otlvr Vanatke*. Atool*. Wandrobo*. I>r • ei -Roben. Brilafeail< |led>. Rprir.a Cradle. U/m%*\ 11N1NG. Kitchrn. Co.kUil Radio. Sewing and other Um. tablet China. Bedroom and Kllchon Cabinet*. Sideboard!. \'.HII. Lordrrm. Tea Trolleyi llli AW INO ROOM HITS In U.r-n. Tub. Borgrre. Ituan aiul UphokMorod 3 awd S-plaa-e tulle. and separate pleer. Coucfea*. So.trea wiUi low and high hack. MORRIS Ct'SHlONS M V up i'tSKS with Fiat or Slooln* 1 .1 fokllns leaf v. llh p'aexn l..ln SB 00 upFU->Xc] Co. Ltd Ian %  %  4J1 !•> CURTAIN FTTTtNflS—For i to alrllns. lishl control, v. drapano* Uy Klrach. Dial KNF-S A CO. LTD. I T I'ltmntiis Quality Ea.-hi.lot Hi HAPOtJ) %  %  r .i DDM ,ver Slvo luble for taj ci.ni..-.• ai Barbadr. f anlm.il %  (oldlnfl a.P.C.A. Laval F.'i'ii' c < kM %  NATIONAL CA8II BECJISilH M icellent eondlthtn al Ralph Brard %  low Hi-inn; Hardwood Allev Phon' 1 4611 4.4.81—Sn. HOI.L-UP DAVLITE h'oVIE SCREEN < C.H. good older, Fill. CH' PHm l:.Ji tin. SKnXED SlltRT MAKERM-H..!-.* Ihlrl Factory. Palmetto Surol. TYPEWRITER IIUIUONS A CAHUON •AffJBl >""^h 't'^k 'II-I recelvad. get .... %  %  II 'I: |. (, i 4 ii 4n VENETIAN BLINDS. Kll.'h ••m-alf ill metal UeLuxo Venrlian bl.ndi, to >onii.-. d. iverr ) work*. Dl-I 44TH \ BARNES A Co, Ltd. II J 91-t.l r WOODWORKING MAC ih Quallt. Made. Ban. aw*. Plar*i. Jolntera Aoancjan uari inrgjn gwwd l-StrHHgfll IMUSOWI T!>^ p.. I ..,.,. WILHEUl %  %  _..lng creil .IARBOW in i .repon.lblr I. one rUr contracllni any debt or debta In mv name UBJSSl D) I afrg Signed DONALD BARROW. Rlca. Rl Phlhp. S4.JI an WANTED Minimum cho'o* u-rh TS ernl* oad PS cent! Sa%day§ 14 owrdf — oirr 1J icrO S emu a loord lorrk—4 raau u-ord Sundoyi IIKLP IIIII "it i' * \'ri i Three Ui B.Mi-b.e I—on t i American famih'i foi get. work In USA muat bo v. %  ... v. . partitlil.rMr H Aenllh. 30 rutlon a. 'I—2n MIMI.I.Li.MOIS IMMEDiATE CASH for diamond l.weilary. old China, .Hvar and Kheflekl Plate. PboM 44 or rail at r.nBHINCFS. adloimu Royal Yacbl Club %  IUM-TF.N IMMEDIATE CA11I for bfnkon Jawelli-ry, aoid nugget., coin*, oil mature, )ade OH B W I SUmpa OORRlN<,r.s AntlT-e Shop, blal 443a. %  Ill-tin OOATOne %  !• \* %  I RabblU. two pair* of Do. 7,-l I. i HUMBPH CYCl-B COMPETrTIO-.r now .m Ticket* lor rvow ilnce rompetlllon I* cloalng M the LaOv olher day* .is may be ordasrad U) the I'rmtitig Committee—250 copleto be printed at each hwud Th. OMETl'l Is to be printed on papei of foolscap sue. and shall follow a closely AS practicable the speciOpy furnishrxi. and is lo com.in; — la) All prtxl.H | ttofuments. Rovernment nut id minutes, documents, and Bills an>: Re^nlutlons of the Legislature ordered lo be printed, and all Ac'* of the Island; (bl All notice.*, advertisements and documents L. M Offlcer or Chief Clerk nr Si'i-rolary ul any ol the departments of tht Government Service Iwlieihcr the said d('p.iir" tN noaa in existence or shall hereafter be brought Into existence, or iroag the Clerk of the General Assembly of Ihis Island; (ri All notices or returns required by any Statute, rule or order of Court or Government regulation lo be published in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE and any private advertisements which the Printing Committee may permit or authorise t* be published therein; (d) Ail minutes of meetings and notices of th. Directors of the Barbados General Hospital, all notices and other matters relating to elections, and all returns, regulations, bye-law-. milHC fee, from any public Board or parochial authority; (e) Any Other paper or document ordered by the Printing Committee to be published. Any notices and advertisements for the OFFICIAL, GAZETTE coming under class (c) abovemenlloned which are not by law required to be paid for from the Public Treasury are to be deducted from the OFFICIAL GAZETTE in the measurement thereof but in the u-mlti for the printing of the OFFICIAL GAZETTE the charge per inrh wiih the width, which will be made, for such notices and advertisements. Is to be stated not exceeding however 3 4 per inch of space. All printing in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE for the General i ur for any Public Board or parochial authority coming IS* (d) shali also be deducted from the OFFICIAL GAZETTE in the measurement ther*or. and the public printer shall OOUMI tin amount due for such space from the parties requiring the publication .it DM BUM rata pei pajg .is the OFFICIAL GAZETTE Is paid for bv tin(inv.inment. The Printing Committee reserve to themselves the right to include or exclude al any lime any particular class of private or other notices or %  llmllMlimill or special or particular notice or advertisement. All D Md to be punted m the OFFICIAL GAZETTE ust be inserted therein within one week after delivery to the con tractor or his agent. Provided always that it shall be in the discretion Ol the Prtnttguj Committee io extend such time. The number of sheet* of the OFFICIAL GAZETTE is not limited, and all reports, returns^ documents. &c, must be published in full In one OFFICIAL GAZETTE. All oriuimil documents, drgfl minutes, draft Bills and Resolutions, turns, Ac, to either brunch of the legislature shall immediately after the publication thereof in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE be returned the Clerk who delivered the same lo the contractor. Bill. Resolution, or other paper delivered to the contractor to be printed, shall be printed and circulaled within five days after .( [>i ,v,y Ihr House of Assembly, per page. Printing Debates of the General Assembly and of the Legislative Council. Binding sessional laws J bound cloth and paper per volume of 100 stitched. Printing and ruling pay sheets prr 50. Ruling where feint lines are required per 100 sheets. 17. Colonial Treasary's Office. 8 licenses and receipt books. 31 descriptions and paper of different quality 1 Llli get I Cash Book I Miscellaneous Journal 1 Abstract Ledger IB. Auditor General'* Offlir. Furnishing about 1,000 loose leaves for Departmental Vole Books. 19. Psal Office. About 100 White Foreign Receipt Books 5J X 16 in. in 1,000 )e.i\.n uh duplicates. About 100 Green Local Receipt Books for nut-districts 51 x 15 in of 100 receipts with duplicates. About 100 Green Loci Receipt lUioks 5J X 15 in. of 100 receipts with duplicates. pi Books 5J x 15 in. of 100 receipts NOTICE BITS BI.Bt TION PARISH Or ST. IMI.IVRBAHOS I HKIUUIY glva nolico to all per. % %  vota a. o iho Oeneial Aaaembl) foi W Pariah of Bt Androw that the Kle. on will commence I-etwee,, UM hour ( a and > o-cWK In th* moral* f 01 londay Uto eta day of April IS5I al Thi •mmunlt* Kail Balliglaun to th, %  run of bt Andrew And I ban entitled t* *„t. | ___ ~Maea aforoaaMI then and there to mak> aotco of on* eunlilWd able, anftViem nd diat-roet perann lo adrtaa and con%  ul to ih* mating of aurh lawa a, anj'l b* meet and convenient for Iho good %  rnmenl ol thia ular* and people an I trrvatlon of Iholr eatatoa unlooi %  roil be required fur the d. %  iharoof In which raar auch Poll will be taken al th* place or pUcn appointed lor thai purpoao. on Monday the lath day of April ISM commencing between hnuri of 1 and a o'clock, in inn | rt*uU.-i D BUNOALOW Modern BuraHlBBt .l| lalcri .1 Brighton. Black B~*l ma En rasa particular con eu BtST' a v grand** )ardin*a ham I an.. dor>N> eon bano y tamhien doa annplc*. Buena comidi y arrvlcio e*tm-rado a* h.Ma BBBBBBl Telclono STtt Larg* double room with path alao two untie* In ramfartahl* prlvut* ham* an tea Spactoua groondi, good belhlnc beach. e.r.llei.l maoli. TN. BST1 SI—Si.. .... raaag Ulven i ( March mdar i hand thi. tila SOIh .lav of March IBM r. A INGrlAHM. J P.. Sheriff A Ket.irnlng Officer •1-1 M-Sn NOTICE BTB Kl ICTION — ivi.i-ii BARBADOS I Hiagutv glvo lattice to all pon qualUlrcl lo vole .t the Elect Vcridaeii of Ih* (Jcnaral Aaarmblt II* Pariah of M Andrew thai I I appointed Th* C'nnununlt* Rail — U*ll*plaine a* th* plar* where all auch peraona re.ay meet on Monday IH* elu dav of April IBS! lo elect on* Meirdkrr io arrve for the ParUh of St. Andrew in ih* (l*n*ral A.-mbl> of Ihli laiand And I here*.* luilher give not!,* that in th* event of a Poll being requited lor Ih* determination, ol the aald IJ'ctlon. 1 have appointed fnr Ih* raid purpoa* Ih* place. Hereinafter •perilled, thai n lo aay Polling Station No I > Tlw Allrvn* School Hrllrplalnr THE MOUTH WINCI For Ih* UBr ol all peraana whoar Mirnamaa begin .. mi th • htleri A to J inclualve Pnllltig Hlalln No lg|I The Allevne Sklu-il Belleplalne TUB SOUTH WINO Por rhe uar of all peraona whnar aurnamea liegui with ih* letters K lo E Inclualve Dated ihia 30th dav of March 1SS1 C. A SKINNK1I. rarochlat Tr*aaur*r St Andr*w SI SSI Tn ram About 100 Green Foio.nn R* with dtiptrOataa, N DoOaal of GuinnuHl NoParcel Post Receipt Botiks 19 N BI in. 500 leaves with duplicates Mail Despatch Bt i k^ tor regi '• -i-M letters 15 x 1in. or 200 leavi-i.. C.O.D. Register lS4ft x 10 in. 20 Kf-glstrarV Oflite. RgpoH on vital statistics -annually—on extra strong paper — Baltiaangp Qimbty Register of Births—forim 24 I \*'J in. Register of 1HM R 11*1 in. 21. Lri-I nepartmrnl. Furnishing •boul UQ teenpt bot-ks for use in Police Magistrates' Courta, Assistant Court of Appeal, and Petty DatH Courts, each book staining 100 receipts 6 x 0 In. General Cah Book 15 x 10 in. of 100 leaves. Lallan and Record Books—difli rvnl %  dfCI SuitorItei-eipt Book 15 x 10 tn of 150 leaves. Suitors Cash Book 15 x 9'? In. of .100 leaves. i-onsation Book 13 x H in ,.i LM leaves. 22. n.-i-.i in., in uT Srienrr and Airiculture llintb for guidantf of exhibitor* 5Vj x &\t In. Annual Reports 13 x 8 in. Receipt Books. IMariwttion certificates. Plant Invoice Books 17 x Mt Acknowhttmnont BookUVi v LI In, Meleonih>iiical Botiks l x IL' in. Rainfall BookM L4V. x 0 in. FuiniK-'lion I % % %  Sugar cane reading books 8 x 6'a In. Kih' covers 13'; x %V rmin for n-rortiing inontldy mctiinoloiiu .1 data 14 x 8 1 In. Jt. Polite IrrparlmeBl Poliea diaries 15"4 x 04 In. of 150 leaves. Prisoners Charge Book 174 x UK in. of 200 leaves. Police Report Books 17W x ll4 UL of 200 leaves. Criinin.il Summons look 1'< x 11% in. of 200 leaves. Criminal Warrant Book 18 %  ; 10=, In ;>f -'<) leaves. I'.I) Summons Book !.'•'. l,r i in ol 1M leaven. P.I> Civil Warrant Book 17% x 10* In. of 150 leaves with 3fl leaves for index. Occurrence Book 13' 3 x 8 in. of 6 leaves. Prisoners Property Book IIV. x 8 In. of 96 leaves. Report Summons Books 16 x 10 in. of 150 leaves. Criminal Register 18'* x 13 in of 81IO leaves Harbour Police Arrival Book 84 x 14 in. of 250 leave*. Harbour Police DeyeatlaTC Book 8'j x 14 in. of 250 leaves. Permit Book 94 x 10*. in of 100 leaves. Police Duty Book 17 x II in. of 366 leaves. 24. The contractor shall be responsible frr tho correctness of every Act, Bill. Rcolution. Dovigmant, Return, Form. Statement or other paper or any book sent him to bo printer! or for publication according lo the copy thereof B> hvered to him. 25. In etaa of the non-performance of any ilem in the contract or in case of any delay In printing or binding according to the term' of this Contract the Printing Committee may have such printing or binding done by any other person and may deduct from the amount due to the contractor the amount paid by them for such printbrg or binding. 26. The contractor will l>c required to krci, g telephone on the premises where the printiiiK office i* carried 00. 27. The contractor will ! %  required to have and keep the premises where the Printery J* carried on a sufficient number of up to date complete Linotype oi Monotype machines with all necessuo metal and other accessories and appliances for the proper operation thereof :,n for the |jnm|)t tarryinn nut .f hn contract. 28. If the ci.titrat tor 'li.ill fail to print and or circulate any document, return, or other paper, form or statement required to l" printed, and or circulated within the time required by his contract or such further Ua I ma> '•<• allowed by the Printing Committee he shall he liable to I penalt) not exceeding ten shililngs per day for each document Of OOM i>iper until thr same is printed and or circulated to le deducted from any amount due or tn become due lo the contractor. 29. The person tendering will be required lo send a letter signed by two persons possessed of sufficient property engaging to become bound with him in the sum of tftOO or to give the security of an approved Guarantee Society conditioned for the due fulfilment of the contract. Persons desirous of tendering may obtain any further particular' from the Clerk of the General Assembly. The Printing Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. It mud lie lieaill i.iidnstood that the Printing Committee reserve tn themselves the rigid of determining what documents or paper.shall be published or printed. Persons tendering are particularly requested to note this reservation. D I.EE SARJEANT. Clerk to the General Assembly. ITHIK Ton crnfr par agate p*e ii.'uH . from Hay lit Appoint men ta lo n*w Dial I ISO Full her particular! Phono %  lT II W Hliida 4*11 t.f.n. PM an SB* Li> rulfafeaa lor VacioVy, AgI %  MM ttrnllidi Snlicltora, nr Sun-in-. Aupl>: Thanl Broa or Dial Ma. a i ll-4ka. %  raRAPfMiTii VBTOBIA. O.. the ...ulf. n lahed front liih Apill. IM. T&*aBBne. ITig and Radio. •101 p*r mevlS. Dul giso. REAL ESTATE UAV;IM .I i... i May US, St 1> r*nc* Gap on ••*. 1 rnlih*d. h, %  [rrolor. c; i ilnwnt Phone KT* S4S1 — In UUNOAI.OW Navy U ardent. 1 bad • Including ii* w. C1S0D. IS 1 11 I I n l-\NI> Al mh Hall onpoalt* All,.,, r-artr Th %  i-evetal plecrm Now. lor faaat, or you ran m II — I -n hau i...i LAND lit* aq. ft of land lord l-ne. Il.l,luet..i.ii. |.rai.U, asas. MM 11 AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER B| recommendation. .f l.lo.di Agenli we will .ell on TUESDAY. Ih* loth a1 our Mart. High Street 1 t int..11. Coin riahea. 48 pkgt CJiakrt CK.U, M Tina Paint. SB Coul|K)t., 10 Dantifl l-UL Ncgi.i l>ta. M BMtM t.l. Bolt Sato HRANKKR. TROTMAN 4% CO. An. I t .i-. T4.SI— tn BY litaliu. n I-Inn.. Ol Sl.,1 l,.'l„, U i.l Crnlral Mh begin.NOTICE cr I.e. k Ciwl Thi. HlMAL'itMIIK. Mi.X*.ll being r.i.lli -.1.1 mdii. %  <•gutallt.li. ol ttir rliih will bl Horn ntlAcatmi will be annoiincil ihortlv Meanwhile, toaeineaa continue II u>udt al Mr Clullm preaent IwaUon n St. I-.NOTICE ''M-ll Ol ST. JOIIS I from the flh lo Ih* BjBt orlWe nl the .",. .i I T -. Jolui. will be open on Sal 14th and % %  April II S FltASrtH. CI.OSIN<; NOTICE IINI.I .-t\ liHI t. .111111 *r I"' I" P SI ii .i UM saresraJ pub %  t l.n.ine^ will I.1... i front W*dJ lllh April to Monday J'rd A at 1 pn Dn Hi Humuer bnv.ie name, as* I|I rmmtaln Pen; on* Ui (inld II* pin. *rVrial dn>r„ Una of Poll.h. jn.l gaVOtSl i.ttwi nea eJ mlereat UABCV A. SCOTT. Oovt. Auctioneer TAa V aa SHIPPING M"Mi;i \l. AI'STRAMA, NEW ZEALAND LINE, i IMIII n IDA N.X LINE) MS TONCAIIIICO' a.,11,.1 II, I ,i March StUi. Arriving at H..ih9SS*i Hfij Cargo acrept"d on Utrousll I {.tiding nith lr..ii-lui..r..„l ..: for Billt.li Oularut, i: and Lreward laiand*. Tor furlher partlcuUia apply: %  UlUHESS. WIT1IY % CO. LTD.. and NEW iBrd ApriL NOTICES 9nc. SEHVIC1 i>Mlv*i Barbailoi Mh Apill arrive* %  arbadoa Kith April. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE aalli lift Mmiii .rrivea Barbad i aalU 4lh April AsMvg TANADIAN KERVK E "" MimiiMi NaaM at Ship s "AldTflA rmSAMT" .. s --Ali'ilA PAnTNKH.t>..ll |. WIU I. %  iiniiiiini M. I s 'ALCOA PTT.ASUS%  "ALCOA MONrJaX'' Apill Mh satti lea fct. i — %  i April 13th Saila for ft and ST Bi\er PortrROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND Gl'I.F SERVICE APPLY:—DA COSTA CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE ^HARRISON LINE r OUTWARD FROM THZ UNITED KINGDOM Due Vessel Frem I'L'... I'.I-I.UI. %  1 "TACOMA STAR" ., Liverpool 2tnd Mar. -^•i "HERDSMAN" .. I .iirl< >n %  ss "DEFENDER" I %  -i ui' HI i ith A| r MUi April ss "ASTRONOMER" Liverpool 10th April Urd April ss PLANTER" 20th Apill 3rd Mav -.s. "DALESMAN" .. Glasgow via LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE I Ki... f aTJfltorl U Licenr* Mo 4-Si of 1S9I i r*ep**t %  >! a l-..rd and tched Hoad. Kt MMhael, |. .%  .....t i la Uesatog %  > % %  id ehlngle Oiip at Villa Md. Brillon* Hill. Ml MKhaol. Dated thi. Stn „..> of April. IMI ,-, K A McLBOD, Faq. PbllC* Magletr.te. Ill | I ,i i wuiriir Lgsi n A^-llcar* idervl at .. %  lt iaih day ol April. IMI, al | E A UcLCOD. T4SI l LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Alon>a B III I %  "* Niw Bond, SI Mich-e Lit iiennlMxi lo aril Bplrlta. M'll l.iSuor-. *c. *| hoard and mural.tr-op attached lo reatdei.re al Ker-I'iy Ion New Rood. St Ma-heel Dated Uili Mb day of April. ISS1. To E A MrlXOD. Eaq narrate. Dm A Bbjnaa A B N M ThM applKStli %  Merad at a LaMW thISO. day of April. ISS1 -ill 1.1th April Bth Mav %  iOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM Vessel Far Closes In Barbados SS STATESMAN" ..London End of For further information apply to DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.—AfonU PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products, Limited. Roseau. Dominie,, for sailtag to Europe. The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or Rotterdam Single fere £70; usual reductions tor children. A



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I'AC.F. THBFF SATl'RnAV. A '• ' "II w, ^ac^r/w/s ALLIES M\KE LIMITED GAINS rffiiSSSfy Communist elements fight back stubbornly Congressmen Say ^„ Prt TOKYO, April ti I WO American Congressmen back from the Korean war front told correspondents here to day they would submit a "startling report" to Con gress in the middle of April. They urged that General Douglas MacArthur, United Nations Commander, should be freed from the "terrific handicap" of not being allowed to send war planes beyond the Yalu River. by E K Britons Like Caribbean Art %  itate Armstrong < Rcpi" < %  • %  ourl) .ind W. J. Bryan-Dorn :Ocmocr.it, South Carolina) said Communists had a sanctuary oehm.t the Yalli I -Wc feel that this is an intolerable sftiution. JIKI we fall to V HI be Hie '-tatcment said. "Our fofftea canni.i carry tha iction to tha enam territory We fwl General MaeArthm aril hia Commanders and forces should not bo restricted in any militarv action which they consider to be necessary". The Yalu River marks the frontier between North Korea Tid Manchuria, Armstrong thought the United Nations should lake the "calculated risk" of bringing Russia into 'he war and "see if we can't put tha Communists off balance in the -vhole Far East". In an* case. Moscow should be branded as agitators since she is furnishing much material for Chinese and North Koreans he %  aid. "It does not make sense that United Nations forces in Korea have to wait for the expected Communist spring offensive with the<;c handicaps" Armstrong said. —Reuter. Civil Servants Plan To Strike PARIS. April 6. Paris" Civil Servants of nonCornmunJat unions have decided to stop work this afternoon probably for two hours for a protest meeting over tha 15 per cent wa> increua for junidr officials hicli Hiey say is inadequate. Paris Civil Servants are claiming increases totalling about Sfl.000 million francs per year Inlead Of 4H.OU0 alrendj granted. —Renter Carcase Meat Far A Week LONDON, April 6. Food Minister Mauri.. %  WeW i.'-ii -i.i today that the who* uf Britain's lonponny meat ration would be supplied in carcase meat for the week beginning Sundnv. April 15. One lifth uf the weekly ration had no far included canned corned meat. Maurice Webb, the Food Minister, said increasing am home-killed cattle made this possible. We might be able to extend it." h* added. —Rrutrr MIMt HKVTIVU LONDON. April 6. The exhibition of paintings from Haiti eloaag today. Sponsorby the institute of contemporary an*, and housed In Dovei street oil Piccadilly. It Hi nome interest among artfipi Londoners. One note of rcfirei has been* what a pity the exhibition could not IKIVP shown us Caribbean ar: i a whole. Hut the paintings, about 50 in imber. ore all the work of untrained negro painters in II;ut and apparently all due to encouragement given by an American who set up on art centre OP the island in IMS. Tin* pirtuter have been shown in Pans, Brussels and Amsterdam. They came from I Dutch city and are goln£ back there Wh.it Londoners like about them are their unsophisticated harm. The way they break completely from stylish Atrioan nem*# art; their strange compelling mlxt of Christian and Pagan baUab; and above all, their great promise of an art that has been hidden away tor centuries and now looks like being brought out ith all its power. —ReuU-r Italian Teachers Go Oir Strike To-day TURIN, April S. Two hundred thousand children in Italy's northwestern province* learned with delight today that thenteathara will itrifce to morrow The 24-hour strike by teachers in intermediate schools for childri between the ages of 10 and will lake place in the province of Piedmont It will he repeated all over Italy in the next 10 days. If the teachers' demand* are not me by April 18. there will be a total 'Irike throughout Italy.—Reuter 70 SQUATTERS CUXHAVEN. April 6 German fishermen reported hero today that 70 "squatter" had North sea again occupied the Island of Heligoland. Renter Cypriots Want Union With Greeer ATHENS. April 6. Arch bishop Ma k a rios of Cypm said hara today ihat Cypriote wanted union with (irccce "and uu othei solution". •'Tho granting of permanent bases to Britain luuld not icceptable," he told a press < Terence. The Greek Government, he satd, should take steps to solve tho Issue on a friendly basis with Britain. "Otherwise, the Issue will bo brought before the United Nation;' forthcoming Grncr.il Assembly session," he declared —Reuter !R 1*0 children waiting for the *Urt from Captain C T, Ralaen to rsndr maniUbal" *t the Comber I School yesterday IV ri, on pmI Battle Must Go ()n—\.\v I .\KV si n uss April a %  i Hint as UM ,411 of an) a In K> rat but (0 continue ihe i Ha ww %  i %  iJrJnj n Na* %  %  h U Eaat i.„ thai thara an uld I,soon, but added ItcUon Ml, .: keArtn InCUKUng lilt Offd ..• riei.oti.U, i ugh Field C %  Bland) %  "' %  "' | irj IccUw to ici-'i Bjgri • 113 and t %  %  I. L I %  %  1 1 still think 1 1 will tattled 1.11I it will iaK. 1 time — KssHer IS Years For Atom Spy NEW YORK, April fi A 29-year-oid Ainencan ex Sergeant David Greenglsss was sentenced hara to-day to 1 in 1 risooment (or atom .pying. Testimony of Green*!.the bulwark of the case against, his vister Ethel and her husband Julius Rosenberg, sentenced to death rVttofn*? Savpol recommended 1?> yaan sentence tor Greenglns^. QranngiaM taid Da tola a* 1 bomb secrets at the Government Bntal station at Los Alamo';. New Mexico and turned thcr.i over to the Rosenbergs for transmission to Russia. —Reuter. BOAC Head Coming LONDON April 6 Sir Miles Thomas. Chairman of the British Overseas Airways Cor* poration, left 1-ondon airport tonight for a tour of airports on the Corporation's routes in South America and 'he Caribbean 'I am trying to get more business" he .. d He will visit Hucnos Aires and the Caribbean during next week to see improved landings and passenger handling facilme'. — Rent*.-. Newspapers Mourn WASHINGTON, April Seveial Amci nan newspapers IM radio stations are observing today ns a day of mourning for Argentine newspaper La Prensa. FIBES over their buildings will he flown at half mast in tribute to the Buenos Aires paper closed by President Peron's Government Observance waj launched by the Governors ol National Press Club Organisation of Washington JouinalisbJ.—RruUr Egypt Asks Big Three For Help To Slop Israeli Aggression CAIRO. April 6. Egypt today asked Britain, the i meed StatM and France to slop "Israeli angreMion" aji'itns' Syria following yesterday's Hare up in the demilnai ised /onebetui-en the two cbuntri, Egypt called for action under th* three Big Powers' declaration last May that, in the event of frontier violations, joint steps would be taken "both wi'hui ..in! without the Iramowork ol the United Nations" Robert Adams Backs Dow 11 Schuman Plan Is Barrier To Unity Says Schumacher BONN. April 6. Dr. Kurt Schumacher. West Orman fcocial Democrat leader, said here today he did notbelieve the West German Parliament would approve West Germany's signing nf the Schuman Plau. Social democrats thought it a barrier lo European unity. II In i material and political burdens on the German people. Schumacher nald In nil Importaie r.nililii u Airfields BERLIN. April It A W. •. i.i nil.. Nawi Aaeiie l.iimcd to-day thnl Soviet occupation authontu-s wen installation or new lurllelds aboul 10 miles northwest „t Berlin. Eytwitnr-seIrom lh< laid thai la't week a Kruup o. • i offlcera nut' ic a niiltlb'i aof*fiit> GRENADA. April 6. The formal signing by the A pi icultural Association and Agriculturnl Employers — Mental and Manual Workers' Union Wage Pact presently only Initialled, may take place on Monday. The agreement remains in force 'r a ye:ir. Tonignt Gairy address* what i* expected to be a mammoth Market Square meeting in celebration of the strike negotiatio; On Wednesday and Thursda] 12 more henrd a! a coroner's inquiry at the S; David's Magistrate's Court into the Latante shooting incident involving the Trinidad Police, this is now adjourned sine die pending Hi no; "the poor German people"* but the French and American High Commissioners had the final say. The great bulk of German nrkers. he declared, were opposed lo the Schuman Flan, and if by any chance it received a majorit> Parliament, Social Democrats would unleash a big political campaign against It in the country The Social Democratic Partv ould continue to press for fresh elections Although the-, %  onstitiitionnl legal means to force the Government lo r.n to the country, 'he Opposition would try tt discredit Adenauer's regime so much that it would lose auppor) amoifg ihe people and respect with the Allied Government. —efaler. ARGENTINA WILL SELL MEAT TO U.K. BUENOS AIHES. April 6 An uraameni to i**ume meat htpraanta to Britain was reached at ;iu e irlj id Argentina ncgoUatoa here today, accoraing lo ArfV'Mine source*—Reuter WOOL STILL DOWN LONDON, April tf Wool sold here this week I made pric au to one shilling (i.eaper than at February sale* Tins is the n*-ult of the al of United Stales buy ers from the international wool market*. isoine obscrvera here think the prkas will fall further ilmg \* resumed n^xi Thunda] Hi-ater GEORGETOWN. April 6. Robert Adams and hki dark Eric (;ravesande today withdrew an apph>-ation i<>i g nuTasnoni against the Attorney General, the Legal Ur^uKhtMiian and the Detective Superintendent Allci Magistrate Morris Charles heard furtbai iv.iii'i.t I-. II i %  i %  decision in an application for a .summons .i.;. Insl Sup* D'Abreau and But*-lMB ton. Before the application fu • th< %  ummonscr was heard. Adam*. Gravcsande and Hunte appeared d person* on u charge „\ obstructing the course of Justice When Adams took hi the bar table, the Magistrate reminded him that he was the accused and called upon him to taki his stand beside the dock LaW when the application r<>i tm summonses was considered. Adanv remained beside the dock and Uu Uagistrab invHad him to •> the the bur table but he replied I an afraid I may feel Adams made an un %  ppUcatlon for uu w %  1 i I staling that it wouli give Mini tune ti secure an eininen King's Counsel from abroad, bu Gilbert Parnum. Legal Druuuht* man who ii .ippearin K (or thi POIIca MM that he ha peace In IV,• Middle !-;.> %  t I I litviTiinivnt and pt'Ople .upp"M Syi ki HI all • %  i made to stop this aggression". An l-raeli source neai the border, who said the tuatlon there rei alleged il SM Ian %  irtlllarj had bgan aaan zonal town of El llamma whlr?t 1 %  occupied by Syrian troops. Smoke wag Hill n-ing toda Mn [> un HI near the luw hombed bv the Israeli air fore: i icports from :i .... %  .'i n lalutaoa mf HI Israel ptiliee. Ii.ieh aourCM lanei| Syria's objective Wgg to llltelleie VIUI the big dramaga letiaaM In UM ii"ic Valley, which Israel hoped would % %  rtila lai %  and provide „ < %  %  %  the demQItgriaad Kruu-i Sultan Gave Vuthoritv PARIS. April ii. i Commurda) Deputy today said tha rntnenl h* trantad i nltad Btatm i in Morocco Pi urtalel tuiki i In H I Assembly why the ha.es nad •-•< : 'eadad without consulting It) Morocc Actln Foroign Mil lad lhal t>\ th Fi -f IBI2 the Suit,. i powpi i..'i.riiiiit, irdlllai i of Ihe %  Intananea ol ofdai mid poQei M ni ami %  Monteean waters —Rrulrr (.;n'(llii Slarls Fusl rjURH Maml.i! i 1,1 ..i I the lab ndht, ii %  i galoal i'" '... i | i M Qandni dacJared tha rtet tic i i . %  i *ould "in lha nan i i Ood" tb i heOovet unent'a a; irtl I gregatioi. i i Igl berab %  i nf ii 1 ntued hht da uaaday, foui d i Into foi the Bouti African Government''OrOUp %  i dllhiant i groupa m tha Union %  Rewtrr Peace Awards PASS COPPER BILL WASHINGTON. April 6 The Hi today pasted a bill to suspend i port duties on topper until February. 193 II will go to the %  XI a in %  ifagaardi m LONDON. April 6 Professor Joliot Curfc munlst-French expert In atomic %  the arrival or Ti Btalht, International Peace Hon A. P T. James, a TnnidadjAwards announced todai legislator holidaying here gives a.radio reported. Dr Hewlett John. I .IT -i {son. the Had Dean" of Canterbury and the Mnr Iwa i 'the report said —Reuter. rurp topper mining industry %  %  r.clow 24 cents a pound R-ut*r \ isas Denied Paul iitilif-tin. WfiA Dean BOMBAY. April 8 The Indian, Govemmc. fused visas to Paul Robeson American negro singer. Professoi Joliot Ci.nc, Ranch atomic scientist, and Dr. Hewlett Johnson. Dean ol Canterbury, who plan to attend 'he Communist Pagca Conference" In India this TTionth The Dosnbai tee' wbich is organising; ference anl the Home Ministry refused on the ground that Indi..' peace pom known to the world The Indian Government hau earlier refused permission for HIP Conferenre to mee' in Delhi —Reut*.Jap Treaty Draft Changos Likch WASHINGTON. April hnanl sawi u>. ay that il had tJi %  i i i Japanese peace treaty recently circulated drnmenlr A State I %  | %  Mkaari an ak) Im An I drafl 11 not necessarily reflect i II. aid he did not knov changes had yet been cumin eutcd to th" 111 inter* l< tnents—Reulrr TITO .sia> ArXaTfl \ BELGRADE, Apid I Yugoslav press office loni| announced the dismissal ol eleven Ministers from Mai ha] Tit I n Wed Raybum Bpeakei il %  Raprai en mtad" ii 1 km i. HI I.I %  quanUy" Taaa %  eachlng LondJotl iHimher i>( Amu %  -i i itatament to the effac that Mr. Rayburn na-t lh it in Manohui m batnf ooacantistedL "Taaa is auUiorlsed ihaaa raporti j'Invtatad and i.Hui. Miti tinea no sov let troop %  %  — Rraler French Uuuifrli Drlw Oir Rebels Princess Horn I.AI'SANNE. Apnl C, Ouoen Sir ikiOf Slnm, •'!( %  Ol i . fu t child, a bab* glrj todaj UM -King law He marin-I I'm,reSinkit IIOW 111 ll Bangkok |ja*l Apl I Itlon Itculer HANOI. Tongklng, April U Strong v ....in. hed Dowarbri ivc in the mountainous • • % %  • %  terrltor) about 3" %  of hare today Virtmuih rebali it>. beli<< ad I i %  %  I ihhahed in in %  >mi up tn lata th noon the Eiem Ii r\ Borh i n BJ poaHJon The nangC) .said Official!) 111.i' tt i". h.ill lakfn i IHI|i: i -iini'i An .itt.Kk wraa balng da on the northern side nf link ll.iv Ida lha Iruofu ; f omm !" i.i KMball ,1 nililler. 1,1ml ding laal P %  have vent lha rabCi l . I Itruln On the waatan fronl %  %  %  indication him raj ... %  %  !!* id\ anced ihe day an atMM i a nil but ,i (.ut hi tinfronl etTurt to dad itsahte t An Amcricjiii :. i k placad nine nidi Kurd is reported to M :iin tii' 1 %  was no import whut iiiu in the Lilly knpori where United Nations troop* wan till fight ng balo* lh<" parallel. Ihg) %  on ^ • i tarn fronl Hangyc is about m ntiK nf the %  | %  -ector w,i| i %  icports irom UM night. Amariean tnmpr i I .... | low lying i %  ihood \ • i oaltlons at avei diggesl In... weeks Allif.1 off %  were part of lha CMnaaa dofon •iv concopt r at Ions which have bean (orming Mi tt* norUi "i lha parallel Rrulrr M.P. TABLES MOTION AGAINST MCARTHUR CUT EXPENDITURE \v tSHtNOTOM AptU R Thi Houaa ol Appi called on lha Uiulel ivarnmanl lo-d %  to < lii(iMi(i llnr wiiv tor Rus%  11 i hai i. ..... B I %  I I I I : .-V us In spend ouraelvci i tinCon miiiei eommanb d —Keute i.i'M >N April 1 Will Null?, Ilrttish Member of { %  arI lament. i motion in UM Ha i regretting that the House "no lunger has i II General MacA I %  forcean| %  tions" N.iiK' adad foi %  %  % %  i i i %  i i wl ethei G< w mmanl Hill |tvo hnv HISS it — Itrulrr TILL THE ABTOCATI TIIF. NFWS I>IAL 3113 Ml OR Mr.Ill A Red W Jiniing l.CUAI'KST April 0 Sfub^ri Ncp II i %  to-day DUM nd means <•' %  Ihe ullegerl BJmutl OR lha Hun IHI Charga D'Affalna Islvan bee in K< U —aeutrr. World Title Fight cmcAoo, A i weight Champion and Joe Maxim. < %  '• Wi rWL %  Hi %  >v.i-ighi mu notda*. toda Mavywatghi i %  Chicago • i Charles will receive 40 DM of the net receipt pc r cent—Reuter t>PU(\IIO\ I If, \IHI\I) NEW YORK. A|>nl I Th.Uniud Btatea Oovarnatani powerful madtum-wava ra a ti H"iiig freighter (oi f campaign of imU Washington despatch to the New York Un*-* Tha projaet lo b" ... Vagabond —Reuter India Rejects French Findings %  \/ MtOCItESS" PARIS. Apnl A > it) "no progress" after i maetirir of Foreign 24th. He added that no new proposaU were! *r (l ,. | n %  —Prater J erv<:rs, r (KV DELHI. April fi Indian Prune Ministi *<< 11 Pvllamanl French C'.overninent I. %  •unllaterallv" In sending | U ers tO French po sessions in India to |*a| ndition* were icferendum to %  %  %  I I Covr-rnmeni did not rej ialvea bound lo Nehru denied that the Indian ada any ng their I I >. possessions ir ' %  Court nf 1 The Indian Covernmcn'. he ihould be at I %  two from I % %  %  %  %  in India l 1 HI.,IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 15I Cahib Qcdiinq H ON MRS gVELYN BWtTW alclwlla arrived Irom B.G. *•an b> n.w i A Mic i'.T uboui a month's holklay the: • Ravine with Mi-. CUrtcC Qomes at "Olenroy" S: 1. Irelic* %  > i tin is tho daughter 3f the laic Lord Mou-bray. She met Mrs Melville %  av*Yal years ago In France Mi> BartnVa husband whu served in the Royal Navy was killed In the last war. i ome Is at present in BaTUHMam, but fur the pa*t two vest? she ha* been travelling (he woi hi. When sho Barbados she will return lo H V, baton doing !• Europe. With Demerari. Bauxite A MilVING Irom B.G. vesterI B W I A. were Mr. and Mr* r\ Krellcr and their two Hobby anil Judy. Mr k with the Demerara In ".!.-. K %  !. %  Hare for two weeks, they are %  tajrlng l the St Lawrence it.W ,!.A. Director H ON fl A CL'KE who attendmatting of the Directors Of B.W.I.A. in Trmliiad. return-. %  lerdny afternoon by (l W I.A. General Manager M R. AND MRS WILLIAM W GARDINER arrived from Trinidad > csterday afternoon by U.W.I.A. tD spend two weeks' holiday, staying at the casuarina Club Accompanying them over %  tare Mrs. Grace Mansfield and ItOT SOU Stephen Mr. Gardiner is General Manager of Trinidad Bakeries Ltd., Porl-of-Spain. Retired Building Contractoi M H AND MRS. GEORGE WINKLER arrived from Trinidad yesterdav afternoon bv H.W.I.A. lo spend a holiday in Barbados. Thev live in Lo* ('.,],f...-imi. Mr. Winklcr is a retired building contractor. During then stay in Unrhndo* they will lie the guests of Mr. Lurry Van Dusen at "Little Barn". Pine Hill. Barbados Holiday M RS. IMFItRE yUESNEL and three ihiUtrcn arrived from Trinidad yesterday by it W.I.A. accompanied by Mrs. Quesnel's Mther. Mrs. Lucille Dear. The QuesneU are here for a holiday and are staying with Miss Spencer nl -liijiiloe" Cotlymore Rock. Mi UucMiel who is with Forrest park Estate, which is near PotnU u Plan* was unable to COBM over for the holiday as the in Ihe middle of crop. Yes. its still pouring— looks as if III never get out Of here." Indefinite Holiday M R. A1JRED HUBERT STONE, retired 111! PUUIUJT arrived by HWIA's B.O., flighi yevti-Miiv aftei BQ •" to Indefinite holiday Ln Barbados. He is staying with Mr. J C lU-liert:. %  %  Mill Joint Famil) M B. J. D. H. PHILLIPS who Is with "Barn" Estate in Berbice B.G.. arrived from 11G., yesterday afternoon by 11.W I A to )oin his arlfa and two daughters vrho ere elre d) In Barbedoi They h;iv. been here sine" March 16. Ba'k From B.G. M RS. J. BERNSTEIN who had baon in B.O., on visit noturned yesterday afternoon by B.W.I A Short Visit M R. INGHAM GORING who was. in it Q, on %  week'i visit relume*! yesterday by B.W.I.A. Lonf Leave M il. HEN KINO w s with Trinidad leaseholds Ltd.. In Potnte-i JPIerre returned to Trinidad yesterday afternoon by BW1A, after spending his long leave in Barbados staying with Mr ami Mrs. It. M. Cionev ot rontebelle. He had been here since January. Special Represzntntive M H HAROLD BISHOP, Special Itepreeentetlve •>( the Gulf Oil Corpn.. urrived from the US on Thursday via Puerto Rico by II W I A He is a Kuest at the Ocean View Hotel. Grenada Merchant M R, AND MRS ROBERT PROUDFOOT and their (out daughters. Kn'hi. Ilenena and Valerie arrived hrogo Grenada on Thursday by B.W LA MM month's holiday in Barbados. They are staying with tin* Atkinsons at "Sea Qnssjn" Hastings. Mr Proud foot is a merchant in Grenada. They have three other children all boys who are at present In Grenada. • Attended Brother's Wedding M R. HAROLD MARSHALL returned yesterdav aft< b] B.W.I.A from Trinidad He. •wax ou two weeks' holiday. During his stay in Trinidad, he attended his brother's (Cuthbert) wedding. Chemical Engineer M R AND Mrs. J R Taylor came in on B W 1 A's T flight yesterday afternwm II. i for a short holiday they are staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Mr. ,i Chemical Engineer with Stuart Bros. In Montreal. T.C.A. Flights W EDNESDAY. APRIL 11. wffl be the last T C.A. midweek schedule. This schedule wain operation during the peak ot I season Their regular Saturday flight will continue to operate until May 5. Starting. May 10. T.C.A'* weekly flight wilt uper.ite through Barbados every Thursday instead of Saturday, and. also starting May 10. flight 800. tin south bound trip will arrive at Sea well at 5.10 a in., leaving for Trinidad at S.40 am. and flight GDI %  I Seawell bom Triniilad at 9.43 am, leaving fni Canada via Bermuda at 10 3d a.m. Dentist D R. WILLIAM STANLEV LYON. Venezuelan born dentist who lives in Trinidad arrived yesterday afternoon by B. W I A from Trinidad to spend three weeks' holiday In Barlmdo*. He i< staying at Ashton-on-Sea. Max wells. Trinidad Arrivals M ISS PAM Mr LEAN WU among the passengers arriving from Trinidad yesterda* et tetnoon by B.W.I A She plans to spend a little over two weeks' holiday here, staying at Sea Gays. Maxwells. Arriving by the same 'plane snu Mrs. Stella A Fernandez who has time over to spend an Indeiknitc holiday with Mrs. Miller at "Winchester". Hastings. PLAZA Th*mtr*-Bridgttown (D'AL 23I0J TODAY let* • p- MiOm-i'i m vtoemAY m ssspm. rilm CUani Ine Pttt.nU. "Thm I'lllllis ol CAP HI TODAY am 4 1 l ~ ~."N> PietaMf. Born KAP3X.FV IM Mr WOHOi If K.isi. IS I HI* A TOWN l vanity U-t Easter. SHOW HI SINESS: (.lowing notices greet "Gramercy Ghost" and its star, but they are from provlncJal erlUca The play and it* leadil | lads s n ih Chunhlll must CROSSWORD BY THE WAY... 'T*HE man chosen by the Dorset X Coast Erosion and General l"urpoowlor : headed, dynamic, thickeheoked Vincent Fumbling, of ClaysnOtt Farm. Il.ngsimie-Mi.rn berlp} Mr rumbling, ..iied ihirty nine : %  *"I expect iiiey cboet me beeauae 1 used te. glaep m •< bowlfi bal ..in i.f r.hwr devilry But it had n brim all right." be addetl, l.mgh(>rder to get used to the bowler, Mr. Pumblin>< Ll %  ji rneali for o few days, %  He rorgeti bin i %  itors eome into thi room. And he has sprained his thumb trying to gel | band under the ciuwn to raise the hut. There's no douht it's easier to huve I brim to eetcb hold <>f But that would l>e cheating." Tl— Parly fl/ gae npHE oral plank ba the Tory I. policy being to been ^^" Soclalirts in the House until they lire lo,sleepy lo snow trnal Ml OH DM e-iunter-pl.in In (he Social. M .iltempt tn clos.-thr bar at in p.m. win be to block all the , %  i %  r, oats and oilier oddmeTiiTneBoelalbm srfJltben tn maelvei es Tories, und gTJp IUII unobaerved through gaps In Un clothing The Tones will thee disguise! Ivei u socialists, pretend to be asleep, and sudi i ii .i tip la VOtl %  !! the Tory Democracy hi all ihe rage. Ttf Orfl Plan I N connection with the Orfl Traffic Scheme a Pedestrians* llruver aity is lo be opened in Clerkenwell. There the student will be told, with the aid of diagrams and graphs, how to cross a street. A ; nil cf motor-horns and roarjhg vehlck; will be pla>cH. H;Ml will flash, brakes will grind, ^nd each %  tuoanl will hi given leu second* lo run fxom %  lamp to the MM. llefiire crossing n sini'i tin pedeatrlan will have to convince the Craaalng warden td.ti ha baa .1 good ie.iy.ni r 12. Now Uii* iluon'i r*im. Mi IS. in nil burning huiinu %  i. M 18 i nimuii p u ii itc it i a tet j la) Inilisu. II) 5-j. Unwii. ifli tS. rorrtbW rstraciiona. tvl Paenj 1. Good pimi t- riwd on no 2. uetidrdiv hay. a. Diana eniorrces mm, i8 4. Loxieua n*i Q Olten 0-'iti lo flimrs. I5I 5. Almost U>* •I'i'O vou want, is 1. Ycu %  i %  unle* i !... %  i %  n i -i U of tnr Drain, IBI 13. Clow the hiiMer and u %  be laKcn. MI l*. aueli 'i P !" l I* i rruHocean. 17. H^'e in uinnent shape. Ml t ul a swoon. (Ji I a ol 111 Acroaa. (1) P Don li-"" i alill pass the scrutiny of Broadway's austere and often morose critics. BRITANNIA rules the video waves with Bra and Rex says a headline in the newspaper World Telegram. It refers to n review of a TV appearance by Beatrice Lillio and Itex Harrison. But the rant control chief anncunces that if a renter applies for an H aerial on the roof to bring in Bon and Rex. the landlord can raise the rent two dollars (14s \ a month. "THE LOST WEEK-END." you remember, was a lllm of an alcoloal week-end. Today Charles Jackson, author of "The I>l Wnk-end". was lined £26 in Wi-mont District Court. Charge— Irunken driving. DREAMLAND EXPRESSES slaif •lying to London next month. Until now, airliners have had berths plus .eats. Passengers on the extrafare all-sleeper plane will have a gourmet dinner with free cocktails, chnmnagne and liqueurs, before retiring to the 18 berths. B.B.C. Radio Programme S SO II m Poire* Favourite, 1 a M The J*ew.. 7.10 a m. New* AnalyiU. 7 IS a m From The EaiiorUU, T.SS a m. PioKi*mmr Parade: 7 30 am From the Thud Programme, lam MontmartiPlayer*, a IS a m Compoeera ot the Week. %  30 a m Uton Haye.. BS am. Colonial Qunlloi.i Bam The Nrwi SI0 am Home New* Irom Britain. S IS a m Clo*e Down. It am The Orarnl Naltoml: H 30 am Programnte Paraoe. II *0 ii.ro Interlude. 1145 am Hand -.'.a II noon Thr New.. II 10 Hews Analvi: II. IB C Sw OOwn i ia-e •• f-m'• • I >iriiti TODAY 4 45 and I M . a> •eillnuini J. Arthur Rank presents . Frcdric MARCH in CHRISTOPHER COIVMBVS Color by Technicolor Co-starring Florence ELDRIDGC Francis L. SULLIVAN St Linden TRAVERS HOYY TO DAY 45 and 111 . A I onllnuni. J. Arthur Rank presents . Fredric MARCH in CHRISTOPHER COLVMBVS Color by Technicolor Co-starring Florence ELDRIDGE Francis L SULLIVAN & Linden TRAVERS HOYAL TO-DAV lo SUNDAY I.N iadi Univir.nl Double . John HALL & Maria MONTT.Z In %  n iun: SAVAGE" AND • 193 KXeUD LADY" wllh James MASON & Margaret 1XXTKWOOD OLYMPIC LAST TUO SlliiWs TODAY 4.30 and 8 15 lit Inst. Republic Serial Richard WEBB & AlbM TOWNE In %  THE IWISIBU: MO\STER Along with the picture . Whispering Foolsfeps' Starriog John HUBBARD A Rita QUICLEY 4 is p i LHIrne'f Choice; S p m d MaUonal. S IS pa. BBC iin Variety Orcheatra; p m. r lor Doneins -7.1ft •.!*.. I1.M; 11 at; MU M *'pm Ptogramm* Parade. 1 p m ttmwt. 7 15 pm News Anafy" -Brt,,nd ^jVa?. a L4S M. 7 IS p m Beliln : i-II '-• S* 1 *S p tn. The Grind National: %  Pj*Rana. i l a ii a m li l is P". "," I ,"' irlnecr.Rally. 130 pm invltat-m to a Voyaa• 43 pm Son*, by Dup.>rc. 10 pm The Ne.; lo l P'" Fr.-n th.' Edllouala: 10 IS vm TaVe n Iron, Hri in 45 II m Y.n. Failhlulry; ll P ">. 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I'AC.F. THBFF
SATl'RnAV. A ' "
'"II w,
^ac^r/w/s ALLIES M\KE LIMITED GAINS
rffiiSSSfy Communist elements fight back stubbornly
Congressmen Say
^Prt TOKYO, April ti
I WO American Congressmen back from the
Korean war front told correspondents here to
day they would submit a "startling report" to Con
gress in the middle of April.
They urged that General Douglas MacArthur,
United Nations Commander, should be freed from
the "terrific handicap" of not being allowed to
send war planes beyond the Yalu River.
by E K
Britons Like
Caribbean Art

itate
Armstrong < Rcpi" < !
ourl) .ind W. J. Bryan-Dorn
:Ocmocr.it, South Carolina) said
Communists had a sanctuary
oehm.t the Yalli I
-Wc feel that this is an intol-
erable sftiution. jikI we fall to
V hi be
Hie '-tatcment said.
"Our fofftea canni.i carry tha
iction to tha enam territory We
fwl General MaeArthm aril hia
Commanders and forces should
not bo restricted in any militarv
action which they consider to be
necessary".
The Yalu River marks the
frontier between North Korea
Tid Manchuria,
Armstrong thought the United
Nations should lake the "calcu-
lated risk" of bringing Russia into
'he war and "see if we can't put
tha Communists off balance in the
-vhole Far East".
In an* case. Moscow should be
branded as agitators since she is
furnishing much material for
Chinese and North Koreans he
aid.
"It does not make sense that
United Nations forces in Korea
have to wait for the expected
Communist spring offensive with
the<;c handicaps" Armstrong said.
Reuter.
Civil Servants
Plan To Strike
PARIS. April 6.
Paris" Civil Servants of non-
CornmunJat unions have decided
to stop work this afternoon prob-
ably for two hours for a protest
meeting over tha 15 per cent
wa> increua for junidr officials
. hicli Hiey say is inadequate.
Paris Civil Servants are claim-
ing increases totalling about Sfl.-
000 million francs per year In-
lead Of 4H.OU0 alrendj granted.
Renter
Carcase Meat
Far A Week
LONDON, April 6.
Food Minister Mauri.. WeW
i.'-ii -i.i today that the who*
uf Britain's lonponny meat ration
would be supplied in carcase meat
for the week beginning Sundnv.
April 15.
One lifth uf the weekly ration
had no far included canned corned
meat.
Maurice Webb, the Food Minis-
ter, said increasing am
home-killed cattle made this pos-
sible.
We might be able to extend it."
h* added.
Rrutrr
MIMt HKVTIVU
LONDON. April 6.
The exhibition of paintings
from Haiti eloaag today. Sponsor-
by the institute of contem-
porary an*, and housed In Dovei
street oil Piccadilly. It Hi
nome interest among artfipi
Londoners.
One note of rcfirei has been*
what a pity the exhibition could
not Ikivp shown us Caribbean ar:
i a whole.
Hut the paintings, about 50 in
imber. ore all the work of un-
trained negro painters in II;ut
and apparently all due to en-
couragement given by an Ameri-
can who set up on art centre op
the island in IMS. Tin* pirtuter
have been shown in Pans, Brussels
and Amsterdam. They came from
I Dutch city and are goln back
there
Wh.it Londoners like about
them are their unsophisticated
harm. The way they break com-
pletely from stylish Atrioan nem*#
art; their strange compelling mlx-
t of Christian and Pagan
baUab; and above all, their great
promise of an art that has been
hidden away tor centuries and
now looks like being brought out
ith all its power.
ReuU-r
Italian Teachers
Go Oir Strike To-day
TURIN, April S.
Two hundred thousand children
in Italy's northwestern province*
learned with delight today that
then- teathara will itrifce to
morrow
The 24-hour strike by teachers
in intermediate schools for childri
between the ages of 10 and
will lake place in the province of
Piedmont It will he repeated all
over Italy in the next 10 days. If
the teachers' demand* are not me
by April 18. there will be a total
'Irike throughout Italy.Reuter
70 SQUATTERS
CUXHAVEN. April 6
German fishermen reported hero
today that 70 "squatter" had
North sea
again occupied the
Island of Heligoland.
Renter
Cypriots Want
Union With Greeer
ATHENS. April 6.
Arch bishop Ma k a rios of Cypm
said hara today ihat Cypriote
wanted union with (irccce "and
uu othei solution".
'Tho granting of permanent
bases to Britain luuld not
icceptable," he told a press <
Terence.
The Greek Government, he satd,
should take steps to solve tho
Issue on a friendly basis with
Britain.
"Otherwise, the Issue will bo
brought before the United Nation;'
forthcoming Grncr.il Assembly
session," he declared Reuter

!R 1*0 children waiting for the *Urt from Captain C T, Ralaen to rsndr maniUbal" *t the Comber
I School yesterday IV ri, on pm- I
Battle Must
Go ()n\.\v
i.\kv si n uss April a
i
Hint as Um ,411 of an)
a In k> rat
' but (0 continue ihe i
Ha ww i iJrJnj n Na*

h U Eaat i.
thai thara an uld i,-
soon, but added
ItcUon "
Ml,
. .: keArtn
InCUKUng lilt Offd .. riei.oti.U,
i ugh Field
C Bland)
"'"' | irj IccUw
to ici-'i Bjgri
113 and t

I. L
' I
1 1 still think '
1 1 will tattled 1.11I it will iaK.
1 time KssHer
IS Years For
Atom Spy
NEW YORK, April fi
A 29-year-oid Ainencan ex
Sergeant David Greenglsss was
sentenced hara to-day to 1
in 1 risooment (or atom .pying.
Testimony of Green*!.-
the bulwark of the case against, his
vister Ethel and her husband Julius
Rosenberg, sentenced to death
rVttofn*?
Savpol recommended 1?> yaan
sentence tor Greenglns^.
QranngiaM taid Da tola a* 1
bomb secrets at the Government
Bntal station at Los Ala-
mo';. New Mexico and turned thcr.i
over to the Rosenbergs for trans-
mission to Russia. Reuter.
BOAC Head Coming
LONDON April 6
Sir Miles Thomas. Chairman of
the British Overseas Airways Cor*
poration, left 1-ondon airport to-
night for a tour of airports on the
Corporation's routes in South
America and 'he Caribbean 'I
am trying to get more business" he
.. d
He will visit Hucnos Aires and
the Caribbean during next week
to see improved landings and pas-
senger handling facilme'.
________________ Rent*.-.
Newspapers Mourn
WASHINGTON, April
Seveial Amci nan newspapers
IM radio stations are observing
today ns a day of mourning for
Argentine newspaper La Prensa.
FIbes over their buildings will he
flown at half mast in tribute to the
Buenos Aires paper closed by
President Peron's Government
Observance waj launched by the
Governors ol National Press Club
Organisation of Washington Joui-
nalisbJ.RruUr
Egypt Asks Big
Three For Help
To Slop Israeli Aggression
CAIRO. April 6.
Egypt today asked Britain, the i meed StatM and France to
slop "Israeli angreMion" aji'itns' Syria following yesterday's
Hare up in the demilnai ised /onebetui-en the two cbuntri,
Egypt called for action under th* three Big Powers' declar-
ation last May that, in the event of frontier violations, joint
steps would be taken "both wi'hui ..in! without the Iramo-
work ol the United Nations"
Robert Adams
Backs Dow 11
Schuman Plan Is
Barrier To Unity
Says Schumacher
BONN. April 6.
Dr. Kurt Schumacher. West Orman fcocial Democrat leader,
said here today he did notbelieve the West German Parlia-
ment would approve West Germany's signing nf the Schu-
man Plau.
Social democrats thought it a barrier lo European unity. II
In i material and political burdens on the German people.
Schumacher nald In nil Importaie
r.nililii u Airfields
BERLIN. April It
A W. . i.i nil.. Nawi Aaeiie
, l.iimcd to-day thnl Soviet occupa-
tion authontu-s wen
installation or new lurllelds aboul
10 miles northwest t Berlin.
Eytwitnr-se- Irom lh< *
laid thai la't week a Kruup o.
i offlcera nut' ic
a niiltlb'i I inioedialoly.
Sign Agreement
On Monday
Out 0n Corra>aof*fiit>
GRENADA. April 6.
The formal signing by the
A pi icultural Association and
Agriculturnl Employers Mental
and Manual Workers' Union Wage
Pact presently only Initialled, may
take place on Monday. The
agreement remains in force 'r
a ye:ir.
Tonignt Gairy address* what
i* expected to be a mammoth
Market Square meeting in cele-
bration of the strike negotiatio;
On Wednesday and Thursda]
12 more henrd a!
a coroner's inquiry at the S;
David's Magistrate's Court into
the Latante shooting incident in-
volving the Trinidad Police, this
is now adjourned sine die pending
Hi no; "the poor German
people"* but the French and
American High Commissioners had
the final say.
The great bulk of German
nrkers. he declared, were opposed
lo the Schuman Flan, and if by
any chance it received a majorit>
Parliament, Social Democrats
would unleash a big political cam-
paign against It in the country
The Social Democratic Partv
ould continue to press for fresh
elections Although the-,
.onstitiitionnl legal means to force
the Government lo r.n to the coun-
try, 'he Opposition would try tt
discredit Adenauer's regime so
much that it would lose auppor)
amoifg ihe people and respect
with the Allied Government.
efaler.
ARGENTINA WILL
SELL MEAT TO U.K.
BUENOS AIHES. April 6
An uraameni to i**ume meat
htpraanta to Britain was reached
at ;iu e irlj
id Argentina ncgo-
Uatoa here today, accoraing lo
ArfV'Mine source*Reuter
WOOL STILL DOWN
LONDON, April tf
Wool sold here this week I
made pric au to one
shilling (i.eaper than at February
sale* Tins is the n*-ult of the
al of United Stales buy
ers from the international wool
market*. isoine obscrvera here
think the prkas will fall further
ilmg \* resumed n^xi
Thunda] Hi-ater
GEORGETOWN. April 6.
Robert Adams and hki dark
Eric (;ravesande today withdrew
an apph>-ation i<>i g nuTasnoni
against the Attorney General, the
Legal Ur^uKhtMiian and the De-
tective Superintendent Allci
Magistrate Morris Charles heard
furtbai iv.iii'i.t I-. ii i i
decision in an application for a
.summons .i.;. Insl Sup*
D'Abreau and But*-lMB
ton.
Before the application fu th<
ummonscr was heard. Adam*.
Gravcsande and Hunte appeared
d person* on u charge \
obstructing the course of Justice
When Adams took hi
the bar table, the Magistrate re-
minded him that he was the ac-
cused and called upon him to taki
his stand beside the dock LaW
when the application r<>i tm
summonses was considered. Adanv
remained beside the dock and Uu
Uagistrab invHad him to > the
the bur table but he replied I an
afraid I may feel
Adams made an un
ppUcatlon for uu w
1 i I staling that it wouli
give Mini tune ti secure an eininen
King's Counsel from abroad, bu
Gilbert Parnum. Legal Druuuht*
man who ii .ippearinK (or thi
POIIca MM that he ha ant witness who U leaving -
colony shortly and woukl like th<
evidence taken early
The MagisUitte granlCfl the pOSt
iionement until next week It r
risler A- E Easlmond I Ov
counsel for Adams. It *
todav that three other barrMtei
I be associated with pastmnnf*
Rahman Hakpasha annoum ad th d
EgM'l and th. Arab itatl
Mke nation unlaal act of ggrga-
sjan agaitui s.M-ia won
r. Uon ''
n
in NaT),
Pasha rnnouncexl from his office
that Israall "aggression" again-*:
Syria was a threat t<> peace In IV,
Middle !-;.> t
I
I litviTiinivnt and pt'Ople
.upp"M Syi ki hi all " i
made to stop this aggression".
An l-raeli source neai the
border, who said the tuatlon
there rei alleged
il sm Ian
irtlllarj had bgan aaan
.....
zonal town of El llamma whlr?t
1 occupied
by Syrian troops.
Smoke wag Hill n-ing toda
Mn [> un HI near the luw .
hombed bv the Israeli air fore:
i icports from :i -
....
.'i n lalutaoa mf
hi Israel
ptiliee.
Ii.ieh aourCM lan- ei| Syria's
objective Wgg to llltelleie viUi the
big dramaga letiaaM In Um ii"ic
Valley, which Israel hoped would
rtila lai
and provide <

the demQItgriaad Kruu-i
Sultan Gave
Vuthoritv
PARIS. April ii.
i Commurda) Deputy
today said tha
rntnenl h*
trantad i nltad Btatm "
i in Morocco
Pi urtalel tuiki i In H I
Assembly why the ha.es nad -<:
'eadad without consulting It)
Morocc.....
Actln Foroign Mil
lad lhal t>\ th
Fi -f IBI2 the Suit,.
i
powpi i..'i.riiiiit, irdlllai
i of Ihe
Intananea ol ofdai mid poQei
M ni ami
Monteean waters Rrulrr
(.;n'(llii Slarls Fusl
rjURH
Maml.i! i ......1,1 ..i
I the lab ndht, ii
i
galoal i'" '... i
| ,
i M Qandni dacJared tha
rtet tic i i i
*ould "in lha nan i i Ood" tb i
heOovet unent'a a; irtl.......I
gregatioi. i i Igl berab
i nf ii
1 ntued hht da
, uaaday, foui d i
Into foi the Bouti
African Government''- OrOUp
'
i dllhiant i
groupa m tha Union Rewtrr
Peace Awards
PASS COPPER BILL
WASHINGTON. April 6
The Hi
today pasted a bill to suspend i
port duties on topper until Feb-
ruary. 193 II will go to the

XI a in ifagaardi m
LONDON. April 6
Professor Joliot Curfc
munlst-French expert In atomic

the arrival or Ti Btalht, International Peace
Hon A. P T. James, a TnnidadjAwards announced todai
legislator holidaying here gives a.radio reported. Dr Hewlett John.
I .it-i {son. the Had Dean" of Canterbury
and the Mnr Iwa i
'the report said Reuter.
rurp
topper mining industry

r.clow 24 cents a pound R-ut*r
\ isas Denied Paul
iitilif-tin. WfiA Dean
BOMBAY. April 8
The Indian, Govemmc.
fused visas to Paul Robeson
American negro singer. Professoi
Joliot Ci.nc, Ranch atomic scien-
tist, and Dr. Hewlett Johnson.
Dean ol Canterbury, who plan to
attend 'he Communist .
Pagca Conference" In India this
TTionth
The Dosnbai -
tee' wbich is organising;
ference anl the Home Ministry
refused on the ground that Indi..'
peace pom known to
the world
The Indian Government hau
earlier refused permission for Hip
Conferenre to mee' in Delhi
Reut*.-
Jap Treaty Draft
Changos Likch
WASHINGTON. April
hnanl sawi u>.
ay that il had tJi
i i i
Japanese peace treaty recently cir-
culated
drnmenlr A State I ' |
Mkaari an ak) Im An I drafl 11
not necessarily reflect "
i
II. aid he did not knov
changes had yet been cumin
eutcd to th" 111 inter* l<
tnentsReulrr
TITO .sia> ArXaTfl \
BELGRADE, Apid I
Yugoslav press office loni|
announced the dismissal ol eleven
Ministers from Mai ha] Tit Federal Government No reasons
were giver Rrulrr
STOKE FAILS
MONTEVIDEO
ii.i.t inspired attempt to
mpose a 24-hour general strike
on Uruguay lodav was a lino-
K.uter
RED GUNS POUND
YANK POSITIONS
TOKYO, April 6
("OMMUNIST defenders fought back stubbornly
to day against United Nations forces who hau
made deep penetrations into North Korea alon-j the
central front.
Details of fighting were sketchy, as Allied troops
continued making pains in the west anci centre of
the Korean line. The Eighth Army's evening com
munique said heAvy resistance was being encoun
tered on the central front north and northwest of
Chunchon.
Ret I Troops Mot
In Manchuria
LONDON. Apnl ii
Taaa Ihi
d tonighi thai n

I
The Tjm stalcmenl i> I
n Wed
Raybum Bpeakei il
Raprai en
mtad" ii
1' km i.hi i.i
quanUy" Taaa
eachlng LondJotl
iHimher i>( Amu
-i i itatament to the effac
that Mr. Rayburn na-t
lh it in Manohui
m batnf ooacantistedL
"Taaa is auUiorlsed
ihaaa raporti j'- Invtatad and
i.Hui. Miti tinea no sov let troop

Rraler
French Uuuifrli
Drlw Oir Rebels
Princess Horn
I.AI'SANNE. Apnl C,
Ouoen Sir iki- Of Slnm, '!( Ol
i .
fu t child, a bab* glrj todaj Um
-King law
He mar-
in-I I'm,re- Sinkit IIOW 111 ll
Bangkok |ja*l Apl I
Itlon Itculer
HANOI. Tongklng, April U
Strong v ....in. hed
Dowarbri ivc in the mountainous
terrltor) about 3"
of hare today
Virtmuih rebali
it>. beli<< ad I i I ihhahed in
in >mi up tn lata th
noon the Eiem Ii r\ Borh i n
bj poaHJon
The nangC) .said Official!) 111.i'
tt i". h.ill lakfn i ihi- |i: i -iini'i
An .itt.Kk wraa balng .....da on
the northern side nf link ll.iv
Ida lha Iruofu ; fomm
i.i Km-......ball
,1 nililler.
1,1ml ding laal P
- have vent lha rabCi
l I Itruln
On the waatan fronl

indication him raj
... !!* id\ anced
ihe day an atMM
i a nil but
,i (.ut hi
tin- fronl
etTurt to dad itsahte t
An Amcricjiii :. i k
placad nine nidi
Kurd is reported to M
:iin tii'1

was no import whut iiiu .
in the Lilly knpori '
where United Nations troop*
wan till fight ng balo* lh<"
parallel. Ihg)

on ^ i tarn fronl
Hangyc is about m ntiK
nf the
|
-ector w,i- | i
icports irom UM
night. Amariean tnmpr i I
.... |
low lying i
ihood
\
i oaltlons at avei
diggesl In...
weeks Allif.1 off
were part of lha CMnaaa dofon
iv concopt r at Ions which have
bean (orming Mi tt*
norUi "i lha parallel
Rrulrr
M.P. TABLES MOTION
AGAINST MCARTHUR
CUT EXPENDITURE
\v tSHtNOTOM AptU R
Thi Houaa ol Appi
called on lha Uiulel
ivarnmanl lo-d to <
lii(iMi(i llnr wiiv tor Rus-
11 i hai i. ..... b
I I I I I .
: .-V us In spend ouraelvci i
tin- Con miiiei eommanb d
Keute
i.i'M >N April 1
Will Null?, Ilrttish
Member of {arI lament.
. i motion in Um Ha i
regretting that the
House "no lunger has i
ii General MacA I

force- an|
tions"
N.iiK' adad foi
. i i i i i wl ethei
G< w mmanl Hill |tvo hnv
hiss it Itrulrr
TILL THE ABTOCATI
TIIF. NFWS
I>IAL 3113
Ml OR Mr.Ill
A Red W Jiniing
l.CUAI'KST April 0
Sfub^ri Ncp II
. i
to-day
- dum nd means <'
.
Ihe ullegerl BJmutl OR lha Hun
ihi Charga D'Affalna Islvan
bee in K< U
aeutrr.
World Title Fight
cmcAoo, a
i
weight Champion and Joe Maxim.
<' Wi rWL Hi >- v.i-ighi mu
notda*. toda
Mavywatghi i

Chicago i
Charles will receive 40 DM
of the net receipt
pcr centReuter
t>PU(\IIO\ I If, \IHI\I)
NEW YORK. A|>nl I
Th.- Uniud Btatea Oovarnatani
powerful
madtum-wava ra a
ti H"iiig freighter (oi f
campaign of imU
Washington despatch to the New
York Un*-* Tha projaet lo b"
... Vagabond "
Reuter
India Rejects French Findings
\/ MtOCItESS"
PARIS. Apnl
A > it)
"no progress" after i
maetirir of Foreign
24th. He
added that no new proposaU were! *r(l,. |n,

Prater Jerv<:rs, r
(KV DELHI. April fi
Indian Prune Ministi *<<
11 Pvllamanl
French C'.overninent I.
unllaterallv" In sending | U
ers tO French po
sessions in India to |*a|
ndition* were
icferendum to

*
I
I
Covr-rnmeni did not rej
ialvea bound lo .
Nehru denied that the Indian
ada any
ng their
I
I >. possessions ir
'
'
Court nf 1
The Indian Covernmcn'. he
ihould be at I

two from I
'


in India
l1. hi.,-
IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 15I
Cahib Qcdiinq
HON MRS gVELYN BWtTW
alclwlla arrived Irom B.G. *-
an b> n.w i a
Mic i'.T uboui a month's holklay
the: Ravine with Mi-.
CUrtcC Qomes at "Olenroy" S:
1. I- relic*
> i tin is tho daughter 3f
the laic Lord Mou-bray. She met
Mrs Melville av*Yal years ago
In France Mi> BartnVa husband
whu served in the Royal Navy
was killed In the last war.
i ome Is at pres-
ent in BaTUHMam, but fur the pa*t
two vest? she ha* been travelling
(he woi hi. When sho
Barbados she will return lo
H V, baton doing ! Europe.
With Demerari. Bauxite
AMilVING Irom B.G. vester-
I B W I A. were Mr.
and Mr* r\ Krellcr and their two
Hobby anil Judy. Mr
k with the Demerara
In ".!.-. k !. .
Hare for two weeks, they are
tajrlng l the St Lawrence
it.W ,!.A. Director
HON fl A CL'KE who attend-
matting of the Directors
Of B.W.I.A. in Trmliiad. return-
-. lerdny afternoon by
(l W I.A.
General Manager
MR. AND MRS WILLIAM W
GARDINER arrived from
Trinidad > csterday afternoon by
U.W.I.A. tD spend two weeks'
holiday, staying at the casuarina
Club Accompanying them over
tare Mrs. Grace Mansfield and
ItOT SOU Stephen
Mr. Gardiner is General Man-
ager of Trinidad Bakeries Ltd.,
Porl-of-Spain.
Retired Building Contractoi
MH AND MRS. GEORGE
WINKLER arrived from
Trinidad yesterdav afternoon bv
H.W.I.A. lo spend a holiday in
Barbados. Thev live in Lo*
('.,],f...-imi. Mr. Winklcr
is a retired building contractor.
During then stay in Unrhndo*
they will lie the guests of Mr.
Lurry Van Dusen at "Little Barn".
Pine Hill.
Barbados Holiday
MRS. IMFItRE yUESNEL and
three ihiUtrcn arrived from
Trinidad yesterday by it w.i.a.
accompanied by Mrs. Quesnel's
Mther. Mrs. Lucille Dear. The
QuesneU are here for a holiday
and are staying with Miss Spencer
nl -liijiiloe" Cotlymore Rock.
Mi UucMiel who is with For-
rest park Estate, which is near
PotnU u Plan* was unable to
COBM over for the holiday as the
in Ihe middle of crop.
" Yes. its still pouring
looks as if III never get
out Of here."
Indefinite Holiday
MR. A1JRED HUBERT
STONE, retired 111! PUUIUJT
arrived by HWIA's B.O., flighi
yevti-Miiv aftei BQ " to
Indefinite holiday Ln Barbados.
He is staying with Mr. J C
lU-liert:. Mill
Joint Famil)
MB. J. D. H. PHILLIPS who
Is with "Barn" Estate in
Berbice B.G.. arrived from 11G.,
yesterday afternoon by 11.W I A
to )oin his arlfa and two daughters
vrho ere elre d) In Barbedoi
They h;iv. been here sine"
March 16.
Ba'k From B.G.
MRS. J. BERNSTEIN who had
baon in B.O., on visit no-
turned yesterday afternoon by
B.W.I A
Short Visit
MR. INGHAM GORING who
was. in it Q, on week'i
visit relume*! yesterday by
B.W.I.A.
Lonf Leave
Mil. HEN KINO w.....s with
Trinidad leaseholds Ltd.. In
Potnte-i JPIerre returned to Trini-
dad yesterday afternoon by
BW1A, after spending his long
leave in Barbados staying with
Mr ami Mrs. It. M. Cionev ot
rontebelle. He had been here
since January.
Special Represzntntive
MH HAROLD BISHOP, Spec-
ial Itepreeentetlve >( the
Gulf Oil Corpn.. urrived from the
US on Thursday via Puerto
Rico by II W I A He is a Kuest
at the Ocean View Hotel.
Grenada Merchant
MR, AND MRS ROBERT
PROUDFOOT and their (out
daughters. Kn'hi.
Ilenena and Valerie arrived hrogo
Grenada on Thursday by B.W LA
MM month's holiday in
Barbados. They are staying with
tin* Atkinsons at "Sea Qnssjn"
Hastings. Mr Proud foot is a
merchant in Grenada.
They have three other children
all boys who are at present In
Grenada.
Attended Brother's
Wedding
MR. HAROLD MARSHALL
returned yesterdav aft<
b] B.W.I.A from Trinidad He.
wax ou two weeks' holiday. Dur-
ing his stay in Trinidad, he
attended his brother's (Cuthbert)
wedding.
Chemical Engineer
MR AND Mrs. J R Taylor came
in on B W 1 A's T
flight yesterday afternwm II. i
for a short holiday they are stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel. Mr.
,i Chemical Engineer
with Stuart Bros. In Montreal.
T.C.A. Flights
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. wffl
be the last T C.A. mid-
week schedule. This schedule wa-
in operation during the peak ot
I season Their regular
Saturday flight will continue to
operate until May 5. Starting. May
10. T.C.A'* weekly flight wilt
uper.ite through Barbados every
Thursday instead of Saturday, and.
also starting May 10. flight 800. tin
south bound trip will arrive at Sea
well at 5.10 a in., leaving for Trini-
dad at S.40 am. and flight GDI
I Seawell bom Trini-
ilad at 9.43 am, leaving fni
Canada via Bermuda at 10 3d
a.m.
Dentist
DR. WILLIAM STANLEV
LYON. Venezuelan born den-
tist who lives in Trinidad arrived
yesterday afternoon by B. W I A .
from Trinidad to spend three
weeks' holiday In Barlmdo*. He i<
staying at Ashton-on-Sea. Max
wells.
Trinidad Arrivals
MISS PAM Mr LEAN WU
among the passengers arriv-
ing from Trinidad yesterda*
ettetnoon by B.W.I a She plans
to spend a little over two weeks'
holiday here, staying at Sea Gays.
Maxwells.
Arriving by the same 'plane snu
Mrs. Stella A Fernandez who has
time over to spend an Indeiknitc
holiday with Mrs. Miller at "Win-
chester". Hastings.
PLAZA Th*mtr*-Bridgttown (D'AL 23I0J
TODAY let* p- MiOm-i'i m vtoemAY m ssspm.
rilm CUani Ine Pttt.nU.
"Thm I'lllllis ol CAP HI"
TODAY am 4 1 l ~~."n> PietaMf.
Born KAP3X.FV im Mr WOHOi If K.isi. IS I HI* A TOWN
- and

With UIIJIU'T UJLAND
PLAZA |W*i
OISIIX 18404
TODAY a TOMORROW S and
IS p.m. .Warner.
JAM1B CAQNKV In
-ST. LOUIS Mil
Patricia ELMS. Alen JINKIK*
(.AIETY
(THE GARDEN! St James
TCDAY a TOMOSROW IVpx
tan iaij.
with
M.-OonkJd CA1U.Y --C.nl KIK9T! !
TOr LEFT : JOAN BIROISS DHOH I'URK l.\ UODDARH gtlf.fi i M llHI V WHITE.
The attached picture by John Trench, the fsmous phoiogrspher, shows three girls who have bean select-
ed as three of this years topliua fs*hion models in London. London Express Service.
Shorts From Everywhere
TRANSrARENT IhOt | j
which make onlooken believe th*-
lady is not wearing ;n.y art Kilth-
avenue's newe>l vanity U-t Easter.
SHOW HI SINESS: (.lowing
notices greet "Gramercy Ghost"
and its star, but they are from
provlncJal erlUca The play and it*
leadil | lads s n ih Chunhlll must
CROSSWORD .
BY THE WAY...
'T*HE man chosen by the Dorset
X Coast Erosion and General
l"urpo sleeping mt tn a brimlam i>owlor
: headed, dynamic, thick-
eheoked Vincent Fumbling, of
ClaysnOtt Farm. Il.ngsimie-Mi.rn
berlp}
Mr rumbling, ..iied ihirty nine
:
*"I expect iiiey cboet me beeauae
1 used te. glaep m < bowlfi bal
..in i.f r.hwr devilry But it had n
brim all right." be addetl, l.mgh-
(>rder to get used to the
bowler, Mr. Pumblin>< Ll
ji rneali for o few days,

He rorgeti bin i
itors eome
into thi room. And he has sprained
his thumb trying to gel | band
under the ciuwn to raise the hut.
There's no douht it's easier to huve
I brim to eetcb hold <>f But that
would l>e cheating."
Tl Parly fl/gae
npHE oral plank ba the Tory
I. policy being to been ^^"
Soclalirts in the House until they
lire lo,- sleepy lo snow trnal Ml
OH DM e-iunter-pl.in In (he
Social.m .iltempt tn clos.-- thr bar
at in p.m. win be to block all the
, i r, oats and oilier
oddmeTii- TneBoelalbm srfJltben
. tn maelvei es Tories, und
gTJp iuii unobaerved through gaps
In Un clothing The Tones will
thee disguise! Ivei u social-
ists, pretend to be asleep, and sud-
i i ii .i tip la VOtl '!! the Tory
Democracy hi all ihe rage.
Ttf Orfl Plan
IN connection with the Orfl Traffic
Scheme a Pedestrians* llruver
aity is lo be opened in Clerken-
well. There the student will be
told, with the aid of diagrams and
graphs, how to cross a street. A
; nil cf motor-horns and roar-
jhg vehlck; will be pla>cH. H;Ml
will flash, brakes will grind, ^nd
each tuoanl will hi given leu
second* lo run fxom
lamp to the MM. llefiire crossing
n sini'i tin pedeatrlan will have
to convince the Craaalng warden
td.ti ha baa .1 good ie.iy.ni r<-.....t
rluying where he is. Hint his
crmsiiig-rrcoid is a good one. Ihal
there have been
ris family, ll.it ha Will nut alleinpt
1 t'li ihe -ami* it 11 |gd
that he will not lake with him lo
the other side of the street any
enaiith-11 1 or one
who has not passed bag tests and
been uwarded his diploma.
Fahr Slarl
PROFESSOR GHAHAM STUD-
MOI.F. writing i the rUtteri*
Argus, says "Aaybod] ean lay bll
head, encased in a brimless bowler.
Ity BEACHCOMBER
on a pillow. The test comes when
during sleep, the head is moved.
A hat with a brim would erthar
fall ofT. or wake the wearer by
tilting over his eyes, or sticking
into his cheek. What will happen
to a brimless bowler depends on
number of things." What did
happen we now know. Mr.
Fumbling got Into bed j
at 11 He placed hU head
gently on Ibe pillow. The hat. in-
securely donned, slipped for-
ward, and a Jagged edge, wheie
the brim had been removed loo
carelessly, cut his nose. The ex-
periment was postponed while
first-aid was applied by Dr.
Reculver. of Linlltbgow. The la*t
ragsed edges of brim were skil-
fully removed by the electric
scissors of Ihe foreman hat-
moulder of Messrs. Towel) and
DarirMgh.
Rupert and the Ice-flower1
J. What two
i. I','
a bln-vrt (obe ot a bishop i
sou can as aim In li. i
, i iu iminb". 1*1
11. Some mn be msiaens.
12. Now Uii* iluon'i r*im. Mi
IS. in nil burning huiinu
i. M
18 i nimuii p u ii itc it i
a tet
j la) Inilisu. II)
5-j. Unwii. ifli
tS. rorrtbW rstraciiona. tvl
Paenj
1. Good pimi t- riwd on
no 2. uetidrdiv hay. .
a. Diana eniorrces mm, i8
4. Loxieua n*i
q Olten 0-'iti lo flimrs. i5i
5. Almost U>* I'i'O vou want, is
1. Ycu i unle* i
!... i
n i -i U of tnr Drain, ibi
13. Clow the hiiMer and u
be laKcn. mi
l*. aueli 'i Pl I* i rruHocean.
17. H^'e in uinnent shape. Ml
t ul a swoon. (Ji
I a ol 111 Acroaa. (1)
P Don li-"" i
alill pass the scrutiny of Broad-
way's austere and often morose
critics.
BRITANNIA rules the video
waves with Bra and Rex says a
headline in the newspaper World
Telegram. It refers to n review of
a TV appearance by Beatrice Lillio
and Itex Harrison.
But the rant control chief an-
ncunces that if a renter applies for
an H aerial on the roof to bring
in Bon and Rex. the landlord can
raise the rent two dollars (14s \ a
month.
"THE LOST WEEK-END." you
remember, was a lllm of an alco-
loal week-end. Today
Charles Jackson, author of "The
I- >l Wnk-end". was lined 26 in
Wi-mont District Court. Charge
Irunken driving.
DREAMLAND EXPRESSES slaif
lying to London next month. Until
now, airliners have had berths plus
.eats. Passengers on the extra-
fare all-sleeper plane will have a
gourmet dinner with free cock-
tails, chnmnagne and liqueurs, be-
fore retiring to the 18 berths.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
S SO ii m Poire* Favourite, 1 a M
The J*ew.. 7.10 a m. New* AnalyiU.
7 IS a m From The EaiiorUU, T.SS a m.
PioKi*mmr Parade: 7 30 am From the
Thud Programme, lam Montmarti-
Player*, a IS a m Compoeera ot the
Week. 30 a m Uton Haye.. BS am.
Colonial Qunlloi.i Bam The Nrwi
SI0 am Home New* Irom Britain. S IS
a m Clo*e Down. It am The Orarnl
Naltoml: H 30 am Programnte Paraoe.
II *0 ii.ro Interlude. 1145 am Hand
-.'.a II noon Thr New.. II 10 Hews
Analvi: II. IB C Sw OOwn
i ia-e f-m- '
I >iriiti
TODAY 4 45 and I M .
a> eillnuini
J. Arthur Rank presents .
Frcdric MARCH in
" CHRISTOPHER
COIVMBVS "
Color by Technicolor
Co-starring
Florence ELDRIDGC
Francis L. SULLIVAN St
Linden TRAVERS
HOYY
TO DAY 45 and 111 .
A I onllnuni.
J. Arthur Rank presents .
Fredric MARCH in
" CHRISTOPHER
COLVMBVS "
Color by Technicolor
Co-starring
Florence ELDRIDGE
Francis L SULLIVAN &
Linden TRAVERS
HOYAL
TO-DAV lo SUNDAY
I.N iadi
Univir.nl Double .
John HALL &
Maria MONTT.Z
In
niun: savage"
AND
193 KXeUD
LADY"
wllh
James MASON &
Margaret 1XXTKWOOD
OLYMPIC
LAST TUO SlliiWs
TODAY 4.30 and 8 15
lit Inst. Republic Serial
Richard WEBB &
AlbM TOWNE
In
THE IWISIBU:
MO\STER "
Along with the picture ,
Whispering Foolsfeps'
Starriog
John HUBBARD A
Rita QUICLEY
4 is p
i LHIrne'f Choice; S p m
d MaUonal. S IS pa. BBC
iin Variety Orcheatra; p m.
r lor Doneins
-7.1ft .!*.. I1.M; 11 at; MUM.
*'pm Ptogramm* Parade. 1 p m
ttmwt. 7 15 pm News Anafy"
-- Brt,,nd ^jVa?. a L4S m.
7 IS p m Beliln
: i-- ii '- S*
1 *S p tn. The Grind National: Pj*-
Rana. ilaiiamli l is p". "," i,"'
irlnecr.- Rally. 130 pm invltat-m to a
Voyaa- 43 pm Son*, by Dup.>rc. 10
pm The Ne.; lo l P'" Fr.-n th.'
Edllouala: 10 IS vm TaVe n Iron, Hri .
in 45 ii m Y.n. Failhlulry; ll P ">.
Orehe*t'a
TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.
and Continuing lo Monday al 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
161 I
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MATINEE: TODAY at S pm
TO-NIOHT to SI NI>AV NKillT -I
LORCTTA VOUHO. CEt^STE HOI-M
in "COME TO THE STABLE"
ith HUGH MARLOWE, EUSA t.ANCHESTEH. THOMAS GOMEZ
An KKO Radio Pletuie _,, -
A Heartwarmina Picture baaed upon the Story by UW well-known
Author; Clare flnothe |*.te
^mtes of Capri -fe^L
L(WIS NAYWARD ksaMuiais urtaawi Bam am NkliELLi uni
..rsacsirmer
r
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ffaV*
*
On a very cold morning ,n mid.
winter Rupert notitei thai one ol
he window* ii covered w.th (ro
pitiern. Aher ganng it ihcrn lor
while he fetchei hit pencil and
ketchbook inH begun |ryni| to
driw them. "Mow tir^nge ihty
rr," he murmtiri. Thji big one
. _. ire'tlowcr. I
rider how |a(k Fran thinks of
uch i.ivf. dcsigni." |uu at he
novet to the ubTe ,., do hn drj.
it more cjrelully Mr*. Br; open*
he door. Will you do aotnc
Sopping foe me. plcsic. Rupert > "
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SATURDAY. APRn. 7, 1H1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACK TIIRF.K
Ch. Ch. Nurses
Need Bigger
Quarters
Quarters are inadequate for thr
number o* Nurses in Christ t'hurc.i
according to the report of th.
Churchwarden.
The building needs .vnshinf anH
painting. "I strongly nc says tae Churchwarden, "that the
Nursa* be given a small outsid-'
kitchen which coukl be tracts*, a*- United States is of pi i roe impor-
no groat cost. At present the
Nurses .i.. their cooking In their
roonu. Thi* ll neither *afe nor
liygienk
V.D ClinicNo funds were,
granted for this building, but
small sum waa diverted froi
Almshouse grant to do
pairs and lime woshing
Vealry ataoas,Thr .Tract allrw
rated for trua building wa> inade-
quate, but again 1 diverted fund*
from the Almshouse to distemper
the walls
btsidii ate
International Trade To
Strengthen The Free World
'.T^yt:'' **"" '*"* ",im *'*' "* "th*
(:i(i/. ii- Ki'|ii.ui
Their City
l'llll.ADiUJ'llIA
: .'a'OO.UOU Or*
rts of this third Urge
U
."uitM MM
-chool
By f. I'lll S I ll\ I 'OH HI S
THE health of the international
immfti-*il relationships of the
United States is of prime impi
lance to our national security A-.
we and the other nations of the
free weald mob*IU our nulitary
strength and gear our eooaomies
for the potential defense of Un-
democratic way of life. It Is essen-
.. tial that the channels of trade be
Ulp utilised to their maximum cspa-
p*" bl lilies for the supply of goods
needed in mlittajy production
No* to do so would be to waste
a valuable asset ef the American
productive system.
It Is equally true, moreover.
nd paint the celling, that maintenance of high level*
of multilateral trade contribute
Matron* Quartern,There was so directly to the economic stabil-
iui grant for this and ni'lhing was v ol ,he nations of the free
spent To have done any repairs world that "* substantial falling
of a small nature would have been in lh's A"!' gg*l -SJ"
a waste of monev The time has * * <* * ""^^^"U" r
.......i*- ** nou.d ff-sis rsxp-niS&i
the. ciemocrauc philosophy _
ARTIES HtaOLINE
rVstC-
"Can't 1 ha..- fate night
iliil".'! nix like M.P.t '"
ihe individual trader.
oloped from a multitude
ei.urenare having oppoitumtv
voice opiniun* on city planning
.ad rt'planning
So successful have been the
etorts of the CttaV
Cllv Planning and al.v.
iiSiproviiig the oietrOB-
ust im- ttm Phila-lelphia ap-
proach'" has come to have.
7 n * '"*"< i peoeoh has roro* to have a de
t;iT""X*h r;^ ""m st? "*>* 3* KSiT
itrtkaatton t the Ration*] J "f, S^"c";^';
wniomv Eun-M. w mkai *" *"PPrt from 1 omm
European and other
Imported goods were offered for
*tie in places ih.oughoui th'
Unittil States in 150 where they
had i-een unknown before, and
h re-
unify
.i- nonprofit, non-
psUlisan organi/almn. faces willi
real i mi major problem that
troubles many cities Philadelphia
Stal :>*hed import markets, the h** '" lhl* u,! -s y**n P0*" *
ad QUanUt* imported "*pWy and its citizens have bean
goods increased. ao occupied with commercial and
. ind irial expansion that venerol
The importance of all of this acti- t>)vle development has been
vil> is i-nhaneed by the eonsKlera- neglected
turn, which have persuaded the M -_,
United States and ihe rest r.f the Now'.heCUuens Council, tepie.
froeworld to direct their econo *'"-; 1*0 labour. buMMO,
iRthe lines of democratic cnurcti, welfare and civic organ-
defense. A firmer commercial inte. Nations, is sparking in,tivi.ii..i.
grotlon of ihe trading world is a Ink-rest and channeling publu
vital component of Its military and support of the City planning Corn-
moral defense. The more effe> mission, the Re-Developmeu.
lively private business both In tl.r A'thurity, and the Philadalphu
United States and In other natlo i5 Igusing Association In projecu
provides efflctant channels for '.' ranging from backyard gardenniK
interchange of oods and .crvicaa ; highways extensions
the more real will be economic and With the co-operation i
military security for all. The in- schools, these orgjumalioiw look
United dustrial might of the United State. Mghbourhood problems int.
teadlly Mippleniented by the vpecia- classrooms Then- with
been || i knowladge and -kglp.if modnta. pup.ls auntssd
make their block:
conditioned and col assed.
Church
These
European ales to II
States have increased
Productive capacity haa
. more effectively Utilised, permit- Europe and ihe other Indus! rial it
i in which many people In ting Kurouean goods to be <>n .|. w,,rid .an jii" .
, Jn greater wi p*^ a mllllary' ^tential ^ *"*
.......
be arrived at as to what is to be
tT* *iS u"8>ulldm At pnt n^teVrai'^emonstraUon' that peo-
its cmdltion beggars description. ple, uvlng by it are physically
Pariah ChurchThis is m good more comfortable and are re-
condition and should be kept so. warded more fully for their
The walls are In deplorable eondi- labours than is possible undi
tion and money should be granted other political economic systems,
to put them in order. With the con- , ,
sentoftheCornmisaionersofHiih- International trade iinjon
.,T.I P~Pl ' mor. p,n prodih-er. hav < "* arhlcvrmont of World wj II *""'!'"''"',',""*'""'?''.'"""
, * worth tM irnln. American and belter lhln w sell. IkU Herh.p, muallv Imporunt. fi, {!"" <""> '.'
rounded off- K0Qd5 sold to cuBlomers In other favourable position alone would strenBtromr.c of ommcri'Uii i.e. dimgeruus trafni. and run-dowr
rhes.- .mprovements were clone MrU o[ ,he world not only have not have forged the noin. which ,._,.,2:r,,.r ,,i,. ,Tvi i. homes, on,, jrounj-ter nclalmed
from Highway funds. J^M w,g (or tp, nation, tave ten ra.de Markcllng chan- co^u^T^ifnlT \? Uvtal Y' " "'"' '" U"
Bectorj.Utlle was done to Ihia labour and proflta lor lla bualneaa- TCls have been ulrengthened and ...riJSS. ad ..rorovci^nt m av.r.ig. cltucn ever r.-.11
II Is sadly in need of renovation men. but the, also have supplied d.verslned Wider and more i| "EJ"' ,7 whole community.-
inalde and ouulde with Urn. wMh. JJ"^'^,"" "i,h'many of the This progress has been partieu- both In the supply of fcu ,Iy wmo the, ed to fau
minor repairs *ne. jw^gior ii productive s.S- larly encourngln, br.-aua.it . military mate. -Inl and in th. lh, anm.,i prol,,c ,,
In good order. S, almoat entirely the achwvcrnciil m..king and distribution if l.al Ihe, were ii.viu.l t., ,,.i,,.....
'Ulan goodswill be that of the
since the character
Hi tomiii. nil Arms
Factories hi W.I.
he unmv-iiate pro\
mall .1 r m s factories in the
tin's Re-
Prc-granune and pro-
for surplus
dad ;oda*
b> Mi Halfoid W 1 Heddisn.


If world planning has any prac-
Ical meannu oUtlKle Hloomi-bur>
l .itmamenl
best i
hi Ihe it mhii

Lllion men jnd omc;i ti

owering : -of lifo.
'..I .ii .1.,
rrimd.Kl and u
nge ngcmgntwil
Ikhii
"1 s an IndMsl
confident thai iaite
In these i-
mull arm*, bouts and ahoes ant
the |Mg t-inipln.di-t
qiuiinit -d to re-
i
As it is far from
lfxouragini ':i nt* cotonli
.is if the
iovernment ha. dvliberatt-l>
iecided In kill lh .l-m.iiean cigai
iKhaitl 1
londitn
S ask for
o&
0*
1.1 \l \w
I SOAPS
u i i Mill a
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Getting Up Nights
if -.
No lenafitNo Pa*
Jeasafeo.1 '-.f'^" ,*'"' ''
I'.inted.
The Church
St ii.-.i Vlei
,A fev.
of the frco of private entorpri'
On both vt.iiuin pw.swm ue u.. ... .ic peraon.llv li
dth the necessity lldM of Ihe Atlantic, individual specuiust since the charade, ,,l J^.,,,,^, |,nn|, A1, rr,
emphasis on producers and traders have sought that continent-, prclucllve ,-apac- ,'',, '',,, ,.,,d. m
energetlcallv nnd have liv and of its social structure fits u""a to voie. oplnloni, study tut
tern
Faced .-is the nations
repairs were done, but repairs are- worlt| .
urgently needed-, and painting is a ,7f placing greater
necessity to save the building the military aspects of their eco- business rnergrn,-.,,, ., -.. .,, o. ... .. ...uv.u.e ., ^^ ,,
. rl.rtholomeW, rhureh omic activity. Itiis fortunate that been Increasingly successful in ,t for thui type of activity. As r PJJ" ' <" '
llnlv minor repairs were done to lire exist VelHunctloning in- meeUn. the needs of the market part of their services In .upuorl "" , "i'h., ihe! iM
l h. roof li 1, iC.r .Vi,.J^.kTT.^, in.ii,VS trading channels to The role of the U S Government. f the sound cxp.'n'i.m of private- bo'"! UUfa '".; the. might
gaTvamscd roor'bV named L, d .upp" The ".panned need, for both abroad -J,M home ha, owu.d trade, the government, ">' "t'onn^l eitbm.
kei,i ua,rl,..i - i. S^hwV.ihi Si iDCsUrnd leads required in been to foster trad, by supplying [ Western European nations eon- -S-encouraging was th.
-2!, IfotX ; all ..^fm.2 v., "/iv^ of>"3c''" '*"" *i,h l"lmM""; " - lint"' < " "' co-oper.lion cilUaw. that Ihe goal for Its:
......I,.. _. "may yet ,mDOV,td ioods are an Impor- courage commcro by removing wl, ,,. goiernment of tho ha. l.en supplemeiil.d willi a plai
-ved for some years if speedy '"^J^ijnt f prosperity for obM.cles In the path of lr.de. anJ VmlM slillo. Uirough such calling for the expenditure M
scveritrreasons. Taking European generally to perform those- ser- (hi)i,ncis 1K 1nc lechnical aslis- Ifi37.29fl.o00 during Ihe next
example, the sales vUl stWI^Ibfl y""^"",; lane pronrammes, under which years
groups of European businessmen From far and near person.
Commute* and "this was spent o.. & WJSLPtSSSTJ'X: eSTC ZJSZZvrXTti >T- &^W_to_wf .U_n".r.d ft*"** ln. rlly_!'!".'"
wathing and paint, the difference- lcetJ-
bn;
mea<
i are takei
St. M-iuiii.n, Viraraie.a gram countries a* .
,s St-S^OK Sesi^^^het'Europe.^a,: >& .^bsTiSna,.
i of great importance to the role (or government Is a charac-
. urotitnble functlonirig of ths eco- teristic ol a free society,
in cost being paid by the Church System of the Onlis* States efTectiveness
The effecU of lower unit costs urncs is a d
- virility of the democratic com-
mercial system.
State* to improve their knowl- to look at the ,:l*ti!ladrlpl"
, edge of the structure of Its Indus- pri..,.-., Within the I.
.lJ7ITatiaslnii nf ths ry and trade ;ind. more uarticu- per**.* from Cermnny vtewsjl
h* larly. to discuss with American gojactl undttrtaken or complete,
potential buyers the wayg In nrt .tudlsjd future plaru
which European commodltieg cssb also ,ant frosn Australia, Switser-
s the best serve the needs of their oesa. lanrf Swclen. Turkey, India. New
*^nom>"' Edaland, England. Japan and OV
The goals of expanded multi- PWIippmsst
,,-----------^y %h,. tflnM, Wtlrl
of the Phiiitdelpri
orld are not eaay of approach". Tor they noted th
attainment. They can be reached statements of belief In UwaUMBI
tiuitinuous and Council:
by turning hla hand toaid'inTrTv "" "SStfflT Therefore "ihe Slton^'nt^iiierTw^^^n^ energMic eftort on the part of 'We believe the citisens wan
t*k The Medical Officers hTvo '^^"gS" strains l ."trength KK b^nStn producers, traders, shipping in- ,-hil.deJpbj, lo have
been thorough ir, their work and 23g| protper|ty when it buy, lhr prospartty and strength ol the , bankers, and^ otherjjj- growth ratl
have given freely of their time, from Europian customers the trading world. The facts of 1950 menu of the business pubUe pICCemeal growth
Ihe service of the poor of the goodj which thev offer. arc continuing every day to con- a?fp
vince ciluens of the United SUtes ~"
Commit tee itself
"I want to express my thanks" 1moVc*sT|nUlcant for the main-
concludes the Church warden, "to tenance of buainaaa volume in th-
ine entire Parochial Staff for their United SUtes than can be mea-
help and co-operation throughout sured directly in terms of the
the Parochial year The Matron, dollars earned from sales to Euro-
Nume and Poor Law Inspector1 pean costumers. But the bcnet.U
havn rendered lhair sarviccs un- ol continuing tialcs to Eun
.sparingly, and I want to place on buyers can be assured
record my appreciation , their IS^^i^^.v^foiXir'pu'r" .'.t^il.ru. buTVa.he;-c.uke"Se H..^l
selling their wares to economic facts of 1950 hnv been
If
to "earn
The first step forward
widening awareness among tin
American people that ho*pilaht.
to imported goods was in thel
own
MEd
norted aiods was in thel The S031" of ***"'** "lu"'- V^^ZL .w
in imnKing o-operation. The Storekeeper ha
o, inestlmable-vaSc Jg-gi ^ h?S^lU ZSSSi.'VZ SUE SS *ZVSIi Xr
PLANE TRIP DENIED
Hl'ENOS AIRlft, April B
American hrllni Paiwgn lltrn-
d Dr V i '.i Pan I
'
. i.-nt i .I tk etl i
toiiviH ..ff thi- plnM In which he
ii'p*^! to tly U) l.-.'i. ti ID
i i'us morning.
I. : .i the Eft Uttta
nationalist ntvol
mem had bean exilcil from hi
country since the I.apnx DOpulnCf
in IMS hanged i
I frott .i lamp-post.
Renftrr
ipoagaj i.
parish.
Representations have been made The progress of the United
by the Nursing Staff for an m- SUtes In balancing its interna-
rreose in their salaries I rccom- tional accounts has been due in
nd that an Incremental basis be P.rt * ^!.*!AI!
n~ TnJ wa7o# achievement will bo
which
adopted. ;
s done in Govcnunent.
volume The sales decline
progressive
CANE FIRE
'XcZ Srcmordlnary de- 1.^_ ainoun o aetlv.
business grout.
id the standard of liviiu The way of achl
re iles are ilvuendenl ' :'"-< PI"? mu,!i. ~' T
larXrTot m^ Individual efforts The com-
The con- hlncd effact may well be pro-
lT," in 'r^ -world's htotory
,r both consumer' goods which one man's share ta obtaine.. generations.
and capital equipment which had only at the expense of imothei
A quarter of an acrt oi rip. been cre.ta.1 b>' wartime destruc- ^itahn been demonstrate! t^-^jP^jw- gMbyJ
p canes the property of lion and dislocation. Since Indus- to be false. j lr- ajUzaU. M-ul economies lr?d|onally haw ^ ^ chang|i |n thlnkln8 ,. ^'JTSSffoS^STT^
well as the greater availability of ,.,.,. j s-vk.. dkm-m.. oeiw
goods, merely provided the ch- n,iemu.-i Trad*. * "w-11"'"1
mate The growth in trade bal casssssssss.
been realited through the eftort. ,___________________________________
and oth
business
id supported by govern- .'vfe believe that all Philadel-
ntal services and by co-opera- ph|ans should h..v.-the opportuiut.v
to lake part in planning for tha
future. right to know tl
and a right to say how the mon^*
shall (> raided, and how it shall
bined enact may wen we y*<*- ta -,,
roundly signilicant in the course "^ "^ .....
i T r -
Louis fcoyco of St. ^u>(. ~. ----------------------------------
Village. St. Joseph, wa> burnt bten the best customers, it
about 2 p.m. yesterday. Neigh reasonable to expect that Europe i
hours helped to put out the Are normal demand for Amerieni
and prevented Qoyce/s house from products may increase an ls eco-
catching afire. nomic health improves.
- W.fk-
h, lhr
Kales of Exchange
I'ANAbA
Ch|uni on
n-iikri. SI ,.". ,.
DMnBiut Draft* SI : i-i
Sakat maft< fll nvv i>r
A MOKE
GLAMOROUS
YOU!
SmMi'i maM beauUflU ]
the world .rer Istly on turn*'* Iset
l*ow'der to enhance Uunr Uvell-
nao. Follou their lead and see
v.lu>t a difference the rtgttt siugst
ol face powdM e.n make la> yaaar
e*n>lexlon: how wonderfaiUy loll
nd clear It MB k>M.
Sifted Oirangh the finest illk.
Pond's Face Powder la a. finely
H gtured a. sstwder can be So It
joe. on with ntra-apeeM .rnorth.
nean and eHng. for hours.
P.mil\ Fare Powder ka deiicAlelr
perfumed and rM In a. aMiflr-
able Dre.mi.ower Bo. V..H *d
i- at aU Hi. beat bculy i.waser.
Your iumv-1 buys more
in a tlOltltIS .
^aV
POI\TD*S FACE POWDER
ay fj i.ovel\ smuts

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'mo, "*yi-
"Wen,
ifajvf
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dp*
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
MV efmbsanoKl fW h ('.In.
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it..*-t ieli Inteipitsa
*l..... H *t*h TtirlW !>-' M V
AKHIVALS
tan Caroline.
utt. (.Li JsSfll ii-
a
In Touch With Barbados
Coastn. Station
Caasi sad gnsalsss w*i ii>a>.a. m.
rllfe Hit Ibi lush thl
...... a
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lasts*:: a l-uit*.. Loi
r Stat>. fUtAif K.
ntayaSUK 0/u*>*i ol BnihhiU. S pkaula
Monica. H. ktatoo. H.U..... Uonaae
ftfnainat.un. Gainil. Aili
l-tlnr, Alc^i fa.
i*iTM>d. Rio DC i- i-int.. Artaaa <>
Mulkban
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PACK FOUR
BAKBAOOS ADVOCATC
SATURDAY, APRIL J. I5I
PrlnUd by th* AdvorU Co.. UA Broad Si. Bridgetown.
Saturday. April 7. ISM
Why Do Tliey Confess?
"Here is the most convincing explanation of what happens at Communist (reason
trials../ believe it to be the true one." &y Montgomery Hyde. M-P
CLEANLINESS
THOSE people who use the streets of
Bridgetown daily are the best judges of the
cleanliness of the City. This is what "one
oi the cleanest cities in the West Indies"
looked like between 9.15 a.m. and 920 a.m.
yesterday morning. Opposite Plantations
Building on the other side of the road was
a galvanised stuff bin, containing half-a-
grapefruit rind and discarded paper over-
flowing on the pavement. A few feet away
on the same pavement two empty water
coconuts highlighted a pile of rubbish. An
open push cart labelled '-'Commissioners of
health" was drawn up alongside Lower
Broad Street and a man was emptying
some of the contents of a cardboard box
into the cert while bits and pieces of paper
blew back into the road. Close to the cart
was a drain pipe under which was firmly
embedded an old shoe, half an empty
orange and six inches of paper. In the
road nepr the Corner of Baxters Road and
Lower Broad Street a standpipe remains
a relic of an age dead, but not buried.
Across the road Om gutters between the
Singer Sewing Machine Co.. and the new
De Lima Store were full of litter, and the
gutter outside J. N. Goddard and Sons, was
strewn with pieces of paper.
From gutters in Baxters Road a current
of water was driving down the gutter*
which lead along Mc Gregor Street to the
sea. There were clusters of flowers, leaves,
and paper being swept down with the
water and a slight smell from matter which
had begun to decompose. One side of Mc
Gregor Street was blocked by vehicles.
including a new refuse collector which
was then being tilled. A man was spittini;
in the road. Higher up where Mc Gregor
Street reaches the Advertising Department
of the Advocate, two men were playing a
game of warri in the road itself, while an
outdoor barber was setting up his shop in
the same road opposite the Advertising
Department of the Advocate but closer to
Parry Street.
It was a typical morning in Bridgetown
on one of its cleaner days. None of the
refuse in the streets or gutters described
above had anything whatever to do with
hucksters, although in the short distance
between St. Mary's Church and opposite
Charles McEnearney and Co. the pave-
ments and roads were generously lit-
tered with leaves, mould and other dirt-
makers commonly associated with the
trade of huckstering. It is a grave mistake
for the Commissioners of Health to sup-
pose that the Advocate has any other pur-
pose than the preservation of the good
name of the City of Bridgetown and the
cleanliness of the Island of Barbados
when it gives publicity to what thousands
of Barbadians and visitors to the island
daily see fur themselves.
The letter from a Canadian published
in yesterday's paper complaining of dead
animals and refuse on bathing beaches, is
only one of hundreds of complaints which
this paper receives about Barbadian
beaches. In fact the very day that the
Commissioners of Health were reported as
saying that Bridgetown was one of the
cleanest cities in the West Indies, the
stench from the Paynes Bay Bench caused
by the rotting carcasses and entrails of
sharks was detracting from the solid value
of the St. James coast as a tourist resort.
And the reporter had hardly finished with
his report of the meeting of the Commis-
sioners of Health on Thursday, before the
telephone was ringing in this office and I
resident of Hindshury Rond complaining of
the stench caused near his home by smoke
and dead animals.
The public is not ignorant of the difficul-
ties which the island of Barbados must
face in keeping itself clean and preserving
its good name as a tourist retort (which
it is now in real danger of losing if smug-
ness and satisfaction get a foothold here.)
But it insists that those difficulties be tack-
led, not shelved. And this newspaper, true
to its policy of reflecting public opinion on
all matters affecting the good name of this
island will continue to draw attention to
the unnecessary filth and refuse daily to be
seen around Bridgetown and on every
bathing beuch of the island which is at all
accessible. Everyone knows the high value
that this newspaper places on tourism as
a major industry, second only to sugar in
its importance to our island economy, and
the cleanliness of Bridgetown and of
the whole island is at the heart of the
matter.
No one who has travelled at all would
suggest that Bridgetown was as well man-
aged and as clean as the neighbouring capi-
tal of Grenada, St. Georgft.. while to speak
of Port-of-Spain and Georgetown in com-
parison with Bridgetown is to display an
unusual ignorance as to the very use of
(be words "clean city ____
. Mic iwo wars 1 paid ;
m \xm after i
<>l the British engineer.
from the Metropolitan-Vlrker..
tio had been accused c:
sabct-iing the rive Year Plan
naTBl month* in detention
ttMS had appeared in court and
Metropolitan VWnn angUMUl < than surroundings and artel
to other non-Communists, such nights of ropeaird .iue*tioning h:*
u Cardinal Mlndszcnty or the IS sense ot values becomes blurreo
Ptslish leaders who were earned *.nd he is intlintd to accept the
uit to Moscow in 1945 and i-harged idea put Into his mind by tht
with sabotaging the Soviet war ef- interrogator This U that hu par
fort in Poland. amount duly I* to recover h.
Fifteen of these Poses pleaded freedom. The price does not seem
som<' tif them, at least, had madi guilty at their trial The sixteenth, unduly highJust his s gnatur.-
tig confessions Mr Z. Stypulkowski.* unlike his on a deposition acknowledging
I remember being taken past thr companions, refused to confess in his traitorous Sets against grim-looking Lubianka prison, oi prison On the contrary, he In- Soviet.
irried past it, as my guidr fisted on pleading Not Guilty in Meanwhile his faculties ha*o
obviously thought It was not i court. What Is even more surprls- become diminished and his reas-
place to linger near I wondered, uig he has survived to Ml the re- oning powers corrupted. He
as 1 fazed at its grey walls, what markable tale of his experience*, routines the true facts with those
processes went on behind them to In the Lubianka prison. suggest*! to him by his interni
He i* almost the only living wit- 8aH"'-
ness who. although publicly ac- Finally, in his determination t"
CQSed before the Supreme Court confess everything, he talks about
of the U S S ft., has been able to Uungs which have never nap-
put on record the truth about the iwned. He tries to rememhei
Soviet methods of breaking down wmethinsr he never did. he trie-
their victims both physically and lJ remember some action hi
,., ,ii. never committed just to prove
A barrister and former officer conclusively that he does not
in the Polish a-my Mr Stypul- *"*nd to conceal anything,
kowsky was taken prisoner in 1939. A(l "* fortieth toUB
first hv the Reds and later bv the or * lhe Pnoner's deposition
heinous Wcachery against the ^nSruTl^Sl^tmSatS wav usually begins- Yes. 1 didn1
Soviet fatherland. In spite of their ^f"w,*w 4'reX started !lal* th* truth* until now No.
5-rrrzSS'....."";~
. ,, Ij nee movement, ;.nd in 1944 took rt
nth abiect admissi
guilt
Other trials took place on a
larger scale after I left i
Liquidated
These trials followed an idenli-
csj i...-... hi The eafandanti vied ,__,,
with each other in their '(Tor's at i "i;
self accusation. Men who had fill-
ed high and prominent posiUr.,.a
m tha State confessed to the mo*!
,_ undTground lenders, he was deliberately fattened up fo- th
I Ilukhanr. ami other., .uppoactl ^,ol ,,,, (inmk in- ^,n I
~ .V,1^'' "h"1 Zhukov, Commander in- part to deviate from his ftory In
.hat tjrtura d been employed. ch|cf , lhl. gjjg Forc , , b ,, roK.
By some It waj bellmed that druB dllcuM ouutandln! problem, color remindin, him .harplv 1
had been uaed But the PJon ,,.,, Soviol occupied Pol Ml th- detail, of his confession
1T,,T?n"""' *1, h,''n;Z"'; u-irilory Instead of l-in Mr. stypulkowsky was lucy
althougk ill many Imttnew y> received a n delegate, he was True he was convicted, but he
kidnapped and thrown into '.he received the extremely llxht
sentence of four months, most drendeil whioh he had already spent in
] repented their stone, like actors ___
! playing their pnrtj. on the whom j u^ianka
l>poamd selfpossesaed How Thcr<, ,n|. NKVo, the
uld one account for it?
In 1940 Mr Arthur Koestler mak(.
poUc
him
did their
nfe
best to Jail, so that
hav;na almost Immediately.
ele,
While
"NOBODY'S DIARY"
MondayThere \t one club in Barbados?
wrsere ceremony counts for nothing The
game's tho thinq. And the name ranges
from dominoes up to cards. It i played
when there is no rain in the open under the
manchineel trees ana the seats are the sand
or a small box. Last Saturday there were
more than two duzen men hard at it when
I passed. Nearby there were pig stys. and
empty cans, broken bottles and what have
yous fouled the clean while sand near the
boats but tin players were not upset After
all it's the game that counts.
Yesterday saw two houses being moved,
both on hand carta. What exactly is the
reason for houses on wheels? And how
often do people move this way in a lifetime,
BVVn year or whenever the rent comes
due?
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TuesdayFound two bare-necked hens sit-
ting on one another instead of laying eggs.
When I bought a set of expensive Leghorn
eggs 30 cents apiece, the other day. one of
these same bare-necked hens had the
cluck to pretend to be setting and ended
by burying eight eggs, breaking and eating
two and laying one herself just to show
how much she cared. Bare-necked noth-
ing, barefaced brazen hussies I call them,
and if they don't start laying soon I'll show
them a Parson's nose or two.
published his famous book. Dark- pioUed a'cainst the Soviet Union" Soviet nuthonli. wen- uixJotM
Al Noon, winch contained a He WMS not 3Uhjected to torture, to discredit the IMlsh Resistance
l rtlllaot but hypothetical exula- jjUt no was( ,he victim of the most movement nt Bat lime, they al*>
Hon. His view was that a Com- intensive third-degree methods, in desired to keep up the appear--
miimst on trial*' would confess which It was sought to wear down anee of harmony with the West
to any crime HK'iin't Th* State be- his resistance- by regulated dis- Wilh lifteen pleas of "Uullly '
cause he would realise that bis comfort. He was dragged from they could afford n few acquittals
confession even though subtrtan- i^ 70 niahU out of 71, and to please their alliea.
lially false, was the only way left uiflered HI protracted intcrroao- The story whkh Mr. Stypul-
to him in which he could advance umu. kowski has to tell makes fascina-
M of Communism. By sheer force of willpower he ting reading. It is the most
In other words, to abandon be- dominated his interrogator. Hu convincing account of Communls*.
Uaf in Communism after a life- harrowing experiences enabled technique in treason trials which
ubmlssion
lime us a revolulinnary was pay- him to expl
chologically impossible. Thus with his IS colleagues,
the broken men of the opposition reality equally guiltless
raeantaUon had become a kind of The Price
ritual habit and accepted routine. The prisoner Is confined
Guilty Pleas cell under constant
But this explanation seems to of a guard, under lb
be but partially true. of a strong electric light, the prey
It cannot have applied to the of ceaseless anxiety and tears
J have read. The reason for this
is,_clear. It affords the moat
likely explanation of )usl wh
political prisoners under the
Soviet confess to .rimes they have
rveillanc-' never committed. I believe It to
harsh glare- be the true one
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The struggle In Hrltlsh politics
nvriK to have taken yel aaofbaf
turn. Now It is even lests likely
Ihat there will be Immediate
elections, or that a government
of Mr Churchill will replace the
government of Mr. Attlee. Just
after Christina*, as I recorded at
the time, the morale of (he Gov-
ernment was at a low ebb. Ita
.supporters talked of defeat. And
the Cnservatlve party was over-
I bond '' the prospect of power.
The Conservative* could have
done MrO things They could
have waited timidly for the Gov-
ernment to make mistakes. Or
they could attack the Govern-
t verbally, as much as
possible wilh the aim of getting
to power quickly. There were
t In the second course. High
political temperatures cannot bo
maintained for very loruf. If the
Conservatives failed to win their
battle, then they might hnve
sacrificed the chance of power
On the other hand
to play a timid political game-
rices not pay and It is the
business of an opposition to be
vigorous. So with Mr. Church ill's
leadership and the active support
of many new backbench M'Pj.,
I-uniing to do baitle. the Conser-
vatives decided on mi Ml-out
rampaign to bring down the
Government. Latterly ihe taclics
were lo kaep the Government up
iiikM and wear its nerves to
hysteria
At the moment of writing, the
first round of the battle is over,
and the second round Is about
to begin. Undoubtedly. Labour,
has won the first round on points.
The morale of the government
party has improved. It has been
discovered that the tricks Conser-
vatives think of for maintaining
debates Inle in the night can bfl
countered by olher tricks. For
instance. Conservative motions
put down purely for dabaflngj
purposes- are supported in a
formnl Sense by Labour M.P's
adding their name* to the motionn
on the Order Paper. The Lab-nic
M.P's then suddenly withdraw
Uie motion In the middle of the
debate. Or Uibour M.P's desert
the Hon of Commons: or they
move an adjournment sudden!v
whim there Is s-neT.ernl unreal'
The lltOUOII is almost unheard
but it pave*, and the Sergeant-
at-Arms walks out with lhe
Mace. All this Parliamentary
fooling is not helping the Con-
servative Party and would cer-
tainly bring discredit to the
p rt-..;J T.nnl. D,L.,t, nl estimate how they were doing
By David T*mpla Roberts f,m w^k to ,J Thty h5
to think of policies and their
Opposition if it were carried on result* not solely of their own
for too long. popularity. Now they have a
But the second round is now sort of cheek mi themselves like
iK-ginning which will be rather the Box Office returns on a film
more perilous for the Govern- star's appeal. 1 quite expect, by
ment The one (Ixed point in the middle of Summer Labour
the Parliamentary year Is the politicians will be so cock-a-hoop
"Budget." The debates that they will be talking of capital
follow it approve the Budget levies to finance rearmament.
Resolutions and embody them In
the Finance Bill. On most ques- There Is of course another view
tiona. Mr. Attlee's Government of the public opinion potls.
has to be defeated twice before Rightly it can be said that the>
it will fall. The Prime Minister, cannot lie suppressed, and the
even if defeated on a major politicians must get used lo thorn,
question, Is quite able to come That may be true. But if the
back the following day to tha politicians are to get used to them
House, and ask fur a motion of they will have to cultivate much
confidence in his policies which culmer heads than they have at
would reserve a defeat the fol- the moment. Mr. Attlee himself
lowing day. But on some stages ^ as muoh a politician as the
of the Finance Bill, this could ,,-rt There Is every evidence that
not be done and the Government he thinks and plans in terms of
alnlng In power, at least for
Is in some peril from a
vote. Nevertheless. Mr. Attlee ]
.ingle
.. lifetime^ Noticeably, h
enters the second round with ius remoao||cd his government
some advantage carried over not wltn thc alm of an eteetlot
from the first round. The Con- bu, wllh the aim of carrying on
(icrvutlve performance in the Tht. pr\nxv Minister knows a
first round lost them the support administrative blunder when r
of half a dozen fickle Liberals. svvs on(1( ;,,( Vlll)r steps are batnsj
When these facts are weighed. ( ,nKrn lo' p'r.vent any more of the
venture to predict that a Labour ^^ I)f bluiulcr5 coal and meat
Government will come through ,hal w> nctrl de(eated the Gov
the second round and survive the p,^,,,,.^ m ,he middle of th
ikirmishes of the summer. It
Winter. Foi
once the coal sitmi
xamlned at the ea*
may not be wise enough, in its (| \xine
own or the national interest to ^ f th h thc wColher
noose a Central Bee l0n In the ^^ lV;irmpr ra(hpr lhan al
acting;
the difficult end of the year when
due to fall and the
weather Is getting colder. At last
the Government has decided that
it is better to pay more for some
thing to eat than exceedingly
Utlk (Of next to nothing
The result will certainly
Autumn. It Is doubtful whether
the Conservatives' bid for power TL*si
since Christmas has done them
anything but harm.
Behind this political scene is
n new menace of the Public
Opinion Poll. The Conservatives
SSaughTon tho\kr?ornnwm "5 ln^reoBJ Iwni ?'"'** Dul )h'
there had been no polls to tell n"*h '"er_ls at last bcine
them that opinion was running encouraged to rear more Deet
their way. Now the latest polls t<- generally raised prices
show the pendulum swinging eventually mean that our o
back to labour. It Is quite sens buyers of food will to able
possible that the whole of the to offer a little above the bargain
Conservative lead will disappear counter price* they have beer
within the next two or three trying to find recently. So thc
months. Will the publication ot food situation ought to impn
these polls cause as much crass by lhe end of the year. TharawUl
political stupidity on the Labour probably alsn I* a few change:
side ns it has on tho Conserva- in Government posts in order t<
tlve? The parties are almost strengthen the appointments t<
i venly divided in the House of the defence servicesthe "Amer-
li.iiHiions. The proper basis for ican Admiral" Munder ought not
a government m such a rircum- lo have happened'. Bui once those
stance Is a kind of sceptletl changes are rn.de. I expect thc
political uncertainty. Until tne Government will fasten Its seat-
public opinion pollsters came belts and prepare to orvtra :
. long, the political leaden could rough passage.
Wednesday
"The 'polamws ran iiei'er reach
The manoo on lhe mango tree."
Thus T. S. Eliot, but 1 wonder what sort
of mango tree he had in mind. My little
one year old son can reach the mangoes on
my mango tree and he's no 'potamus.
I find my hatred of blackbirds increasing.
They are such useless birds. They pick holes
in my guavas; they puncture my pawpaws;
they shove their horrid yellow beaks in my
tomatoes; they bite the heads off my seas-
oning; they eat up my young ducks' start-
ona; they eat the hens' food and to cap it
all they sit around and chatter chatter their
song which only a black bird could invent:
"Miss Betty Ythc i/uineo corn ripe
Streri. uri-et. sireft, Monti*1
1 hate them.
ThursdayI heard a tale which reminded of
the old Latin saying ',""" cuitodii' CHttotU* '
In these days of progressive education I
can't expect anybody to know what this
means, so for the sake of the Philistines I
will translate: Who is going to save the goal
when the goalkeeper's missing? The story
as I heard it concerned a certain gentleman
whose profession is to educate the old.
That is how I translate the very cumber-
some title which he supports. But the
point of the story is that this would-be
educator seems to need a few lessons in
practical geography. He got lost and had
to spend the night under the stars some-
where near where the Government spent
$16,000 to build a road which ends in a
cul de sac.
Talking of stars reminds me I can still
sec that man in the Evening Star. If this
keeps up I'm going to see a doctor or lay
off my only viceone stiff rum and not so
stiff soda before dinner.
FridayA letter from Grenada confirms what
I had long suspected. The West Indians
use the word Socialism out of its context.
Writes the correspondent "I have been
nurtured in a Socialist atmosphere .
but Labour is in power here with a ven-
geance. I cry out. The Governor and
Barltrop have made every concession to
Gairy and his horde, each making them
more positive it. the belief that they are
running Grenada?" Its a pity that the
conversion from Socialism should be so
painful, but what can one expect from West
Indian socialism which is no more no less
than the preaching of class hatred. One man
shows the way: the other follows suit. They
should call it Bridge Socialism, but they
never do. Hush no politics. This column is
meant lo make you laugh.
Voir in Stork ...
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Tv lhe Editur. The ^drocalY
sil(,_i should like to make a
few observation* on Mr. John
Shannon/* letter >f Thursday
April 5. in which he states:__
'Th,- highlight of the Secre-
tary's report Is that he states tho
mSO season wag thc best financial
one since 1910. but fails to
mention tiie fart that both the
1949 and IBM seasons the
IIA FA had nothing to do
with the running of the game
other than to make fixtures and
receive 401- ot the gate money.
All |ha donkey work attached to
a football season, being done by
Pickwick Cucket Club under the
terms of the then .extsUng ar-
rangement. Is it any
Ihat the R.A.F A. doesn't need
an Auditor for their financial
report. As Mr. Ward aptly puts
it. the simplicity of thc ugure-
could be appreciated"
If this had come from anyone
else I would have allowed it to
pass for ignorance of the Mtuatin
but from a former Secretary of a
B A K A. I cannot allow it to go
unchallenged. Can Mr. Shannon
deny the fact that the B.A.F.A.
hnve never been offered term i
under which they can undertjko
this magnificent administration
(ten mn rent the
grounds and emulate Hit excel-
lence of the present n
On the olher hand whal Is the
donkey work there hi *o much
braying about? Doej Mr Shannon
-onsider that collect!uc pennies am'
sixpences at a gate or being In
hand to lock people into cages
or let them out U beyond the intel-
ligence of ordinary human beings
like myself'.' Wc are not allowed
but this does -ibt say that we
cannot. With r.gard to the sim-
plicity of my account for which
I was congratulated by Mr
D. H. L Ward and what Mr
Shannon Inferred was hardly
necessary. Mr Shannon can
easily recall that at some unfor-
gctten penods in thc lustory af
UM B.A.FA.. there were not
.-,1 simple accounts and in some
ither occasions there were nc
accounts at all.
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SaturdayWill journalists never learn?
Here is an account of a wedding, sent me
by a dear lady in Port-of-Spain.
Tlu- full skirt ended in a train." The
Simplon ur the Orient Express, or perhaps
(how romantic) the last train to San
Fernando.
"The bride cut a lovely figure" with her
iH'nknife 1 suppose, and what did the
bridegroom say. Was he jealous? And then
this request "Would you like picture of
wedding?" Would I indeed! Would you?
TOUTl wrlciim.1 How polite ui're becom-
ing. It's this wedding atmosphere I suppose
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SATURDAY', APRIL 7. 1HI
BAKU UHIS AliVOt Ml
PAGE FIVE
Acquitted Of Threatening
Letter Charge
Introduced
To the Bar
HL'NDRKDS yelled in Ihe Courtyard ye^tcrdav as David
Van Puttin bowed to the Court and .valked out of the dock,
mquitted of the charge the Police had brought against him
uttering a threatening letter to Aubrey Birch uf Dayrells
Road, demanding money The case was going days at the Court of Grand Sessions bvfore the Acting Chief thJL,lv,d '
Justice, His Honour Mr. G L. Taylo.
------------------------- Yclerday
SAMl'EL GRAHAM, i
born B*msiOT-ui U
MR
for five Trinidad
who Uv
rbados ami who practise* at
the Bar in Grenada, was mtro-
ustening to the dueed and admitted !.. piaviise
.....-.--hour adaresa ol tne solicitor u th. local bar ws'rrdav He
Ueneral, Mr. W. W Recce. K.C- *u introduced bv the Solieitor
for tne prosecution and an nuuii Cenerul. Mr W W. Id. ,-. K.C .
summing up by the Acting Chief whl> ||u Honoui Ihe Acttat]
Jiui.ee, Uie UHOftn jury del.b- Chief Justice Mr G. I. Taylor
erated for an hour ana 4o minutes presided at the Court before the
before tney returned their no! Van Pultin case continued
guilty verdict. They had heard a Mr- R**cc said lhal Mr Graham
iwo-hour address by Defence VVi s called 10 the Bar by the lion-
who han, around the Cmmel Mr E w r^J^ oiraM. MM ot Gr^, inn in
i. |l.,,-,.,, r ,-iii,-,I3, ,,.,, C|J, IB4> Ihouili II w In 1947 thai he
in. i lalwajl u eu-nd lhal they are ,^.,, ,.h,,_,. ., ,,,,. paue I hi. Bn.U
S,^' Se'ToSn.lwnoK?'?; *"*" hivhiT den-no^
,, r'KV " < Aubrey Slrch. threT S"?'*nd '^ "' "" '
.^nSt tf uS f'" Birch', .nd hi, children.^^ " "' " **K
care of thcmielvn." I've. It the money n not placed pTi?*.? .L._____, ...
Police Con.UI.lM are now on certain ,po, toSTEr wtlcSrM L
Ihe lia* out for such lout, and The Defence Couiual. Mr Bar- '~ ,. S?.r. i^^^, "'.,. S*
already two have been arrested, row. had made MlJWHI J, "SI K ,n,en?.on of
but would
~ -rcnadii where
_...'ged to have given the police, fee* were -attractive
;he'Urr.mT;Ke,u^m?f,h"J s,n um* ,6 *a7*tPS3 i-*. .
I.-*.'" Wl" '"k' c"* "' " him. Mr Barrow ariued lhal ih- corned Mr Gntam and added
Btatcmcnt. had been got out or that it gave him great pleasure lo
Parking
With Touts
'THHTS
* varlo
already two have been arrested, row. had made strong objections Mr fir.rnm hart ",? i
The Commissioner said that he In the early stages of the case to utlc\Mn* m Barbados
would like the public to know ceruin staWments Puttin was ,eirning to Grer.
that anyone who visits a place of alleged to have g.ven the notice, f~. ~Z .? J^v*
PARKING POLES
In wdrr thai ItM inu. sj
pbWK W,ll a 11 ithVH -.1.
.oe rtmdni ..r-n. *,
parkins (.. biotlm | bjbj
g*Jf .1 imr. -,. i.. -. .
carry while red lir. r> These vlreeta an
i.ov be easllj dfaUliigukahed
"Whrnevrr you we a pol<
painted in lhe*e tMo*r* aw
will know that >ou radii**
park yotar motor vehicle in
thai street,' (ului'l Mirhr
hu laid the Advcrata" yr >
tgfdjaf
Hr said that this tcp was
esperlally Ukei. t j
in. i. r.-! who are visitor, u
the .aland aud are not **.
qaalnted with the lerd
l>arkms resulallo i.
"In nearly all eoinuri<
iin. m-thi.il la rmplo>ed
he said.
MUSIC
FESTIVAL
FINISHES
'Combermvfe's Wall Will
\ot Obstruct Flood Water"
WALL DOW |Obu| up 'i the eastern sul: cf Cii..ber-
.reiied because of tha continuous
annoyance caused b) 'he ciicroachnient ol animals, some
"1 wm I times entered the classrooms. Mr. (' A
Coppln toUl the Advocate yesterday.
Mr Coppin said that he has been authorised by tha Oov-
ffcrnitm Ht.lv .( the School to supervise the erection o( the
Tvall
mules, 'The Governing Body Ik not
and the like entered the aware that any Order exist* j ro-
sehool premises from iht fide and hlblting tha erection of a wall on
roamed about &\ will. Mr. Coppin -'* property. At no point i i
>itd Tha iniponridiiis of these considered that this wall will ofTct
ininals nM triad, but this w.s obstruction to flood water."
to be useless. Barbed-win- ______^_
(ten put up but iwo of
.....are earned away.
The Governing Body were ac-
dviaed that a wall con-
- I such i> manner that it
Ci nl I nut hv ininui.ited by flood
1
tlvslj than (nv
IhSl ha.| t>e,-n (ii.w.iu.l, adoplil
invited and the
successful tender Mr. A. li
YES!! THEYRL HERE
GERMAN /jaj
CAMERAS
H.E. U ill Addnm
Civil Service Ass'ii
Lady Savage Present*
Prizes
Hi-
vehicle
lie said that when a person aTIT'" ,.
ifives one of these touts mohey to Pu"'" art*'r he ha<* been enticed do so.
i rge of the vehicle that fnd threatened and befuddled by Mr.
rerson, instead of assisting the beer given him by the police. Solldl
Police. Is encouraging lawlessness Statements Admissible Chief Justice and
and this increases the work of th<* After the Chief Justice ruled Grenada and other-
Police who are trying to rid that the statements were ad-
Brtdgetown of touts. missiblc, Mr. Barrow cross-ex
One motorist Miid that he once amimvi the witnesses closely and
avi i tout consent to sit in his brought out discrepancies, partly
car and take charge of it. He me htreI11(lh ot which lu- held
25! !g-th*.**g^*-g^..*^"Jg that Puttin should be acquitted.
Mr. Barrow argued th.it then
would only be evidence in care
of an admission that he. Puttin,
wrote the letters, but nothing as
to his having sent them. The
writing of them alone would not
entitle them to convict him.
Another strong point of Mi
heavy obstacle charged into it
Flood water pressures have been
The Schools' Mu.s-u-.-V.,, ,1 M.dis^ igih.lde.of the wrtl.
Of 1951 came lo a gaorlCNM n d .Th(. ,,,.,., ,,.,w. ^^^
Graham thankej th- yesterday when some -iUO that unlike park walla of tba> past,
Gcneial and the Acting fjhU^faQ staK*^- a tWO-hoUT lU'. it would be impossible loi
concert at Ihe Combennera '.'"' **" -' taw W ibi wj|i
THE Governor Sir Alfred S-iv-
W "111 address memi>ei- <>l the
Ilarbados Civil Service Awocia-
tion at their Annual General
Meeting which takes place at
fr*runiti. --.... Harrison t'nlleKe this .(lienv-tii
*52S?,>J?aM ,con:m'"'on*d to at i SO o'clock
The Auditors' Report for the
1 he Governing, body have been year 1950-91 will be consider.-!
I Hat In case of serious nfter which the Asso-iation will
flood waters, only a panel ... ihi- olcet oaneetl for th* current year
ill at most, could collapse It a _________________
I'll \ctDouble Lens S.S,
takg u]
WlKt.IN i :.{> nbla View
i'ox Camera
Only Lb
id that
West Indian
lonies, he ncsttead thai Ihe Bar School Hall.
,ud Bench in Barbados were
referred to with great respect. It was tin
in collapse, a alii
i to il qm
tecood biaaniaJ g| '""' U >
;uarantee has been a"d the equ
Ing Bcagy la
CAN. CONSTRUCTOR '
LOADS SUGAR
The C.NS Canadian Bsjh
fttrurtor. 3.93d ton* net is hero
hmding about 1,600 tons 01 W|U
'alMlt of SOU puB.
nlaiwi pail ('.,-.,,i(.,i,
i '> -,- i
Ul uphold Hie traditinn i
of such a place.
how was over he discovered tha'
the tout, as well as two of his
car wheels had disappeared.
TNI INNTAI. GENERAL
MEETING of the Barbados
Friendly Football Association wag
held at the Fortress Club on
Wednesday when Mr. C. E.
Jemmolt Wag nppointel President.
The Financial Report Bnd that
i r ;li. Beentary were read ana
adopted. The Association approv-
ed of a teom from the B.F.F.A.
entering the Knock Out Competi-
tion of the B.A.F.A.
On Thursday the B.F.F.A.
season will begin Mr Jemmolt
was als.i elected to represent the
H.FF.A. on the general body of
the B.A.F.A. Members of th.'
Association spoke highly of the
kindnesses rendered by Carlton.
Shell nnd Empire for the use of
their grounds and Fortress, for
Ihe use of the Club house.
Other appointment* were as
follows: L, Slocombe. Vice-Presi
IJ.ifc )>viiii 414 .ill
th;il Iho mrnarr, w"< ,P"' .
It tollowpd I
Police Dogs Are
Taught Tracking
Peirgv and Rip. the Police dogs.
n u pn ml baini tuunht tim-k
M of them gM\e an excel-
liouls' mu^t>- festival. th4 _
first of whicl: was successfully lf any of it^ stages
sia-i^; in 1949. -i of the constnwtlon ol
The Gnvernor Sir Alfnd 8 "' <>" CSet ol I
age. ajid Lady Savage attended imntel> 13,000 In view of normal
the function. 1. sH i> nocma] wall con-
the presentation of prizes and atruetion this is a very reasonable
certiticates to the Winners of th- figure lo achieve, the purpose
. Jao be noted P*'rt-,i
ihai tin- ,v:iii rung parallel with Iha> paatathaMtai arrivad hew as
eot and doea not oofieaa II Thtaradaj avanins She b as*
port earl;
pecle.1 to lei
week leg i
agents are Mc*sr
AuKtln ft CO Ltd
Met
local
rdlner
Barrow's
lo Birch were not sufficient to
overcome his free and voluntary un*i ,l ,'amt S 5 TZr>.
actions, not sufficient therefore. Th'.v " being trained a
for the law. over- 9l
One of the witnesses for the
prosecution, Mr. Barrow told
the Jury, was Toppin, who was
supposed to hove been listed by
Puttin to pick up the money.
He, however, admitted that a
Superintendent of Police had
told him that things would have
been made easy for him If he
gave evidence against Puttin
ipatlUon
piesenlation she wa;"
.wlh Iniii.uei
The faath
al tun
ago with over 5.1HH) pupil?
being trained at Wind- 87 Elementary Khaolf and k-Ul
Peter, by Dr. Sumner- Secondary schools cntermK
Moore and have already passed competition. After an ehc
obedience tests. process, Ihe winners gav- I
Colonel It T Michelin, Com- to round off the festival.
missioner of Police, visited Wind-
over yesterday morning. On his Perhaps, some or the Thildir
return to the Central Police ''! hav'lh* opportunity of hear
Station he told Ihe Advetate thai "18 'heir voices as their audiem
he wi< very pleased with their hwd it yesterday A re
progress.
He said that they .
taken around the streets of strld
lakinfl in' which the Oovernlni Biti
praaented -The construction n;,.
until lha necessary deed" i estiu*:
U a property ( ,(.,. Qoverrnta|
.i u u ""',v- h*d ,Hn'n '""U'l-KNi Toe
I Lark from the
canal lo permit of any futur> cx-
(WVatopnianl in dealing
wall flood water* ui this area.
instrument w.
being concert was taking
,hile th
beautlli
streets
As the trial began yesterday. Spelghlstown that they may be- Nothing was lacking hi amlicn.
Mr Reeee continued his address r(imr accustomed to traffic and Parents, friends, and official
to the Jury. He said tljat the case people pocked the hall while the galler
dent, J- T. Archer. Treasurer. Mr. Barrow had quoted, holding Constables Maitland and Broth- could have provided space for onl
C It Scott Secretary, C. E. that mere admission of the writing waitc, who are in charge of the a few more.
Reecc Assistant Secretary and 0f a threatening letter was not dogs, are called Dog Masters. The
two trustees, Messrs. J T. enough for a conviction, did not Commissioner said that both Con-
apply In the case before them, "tables are showing great keen-
In that case admission
the evidence, but in the pultin
there was more evident c
Menaces
Plantations Ltd.
Appointed Agent*
Canadiui! Stock
Brokers
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GEORGE PAYNES
is
GOOD COCOA
lOtf*
,/#/""
Archer and T*. Estwkk.
AFIRE at Church Village. St.
Philip, on Thursday burnt
500 hole* of first crop ripe canes,
belonging to H. B. Gr>
Accompaniment
the
this new department of
Police work.
"It Is hoped that within a few
months the dogs will be available
for use in the detection of crime".
He said .that the person who Coionel Michelin said.
in Ihe i
DTOporty of**Mii-inrn"Alieyne. threw placed the letter In the envelope
nu.-irters of an acre of second was guilty of uttering A threat
Srop rip*". U"16 properly of Hilton [0 a man's children would con-
Francis. 50 holes of tnlrd.,cr?p atilute menaces since a man was
ripe, the propfrty of Aletw; necetMr|!y l0Uchy on that score
Hinds and 100 holes of second J( wM evldtnt Irom the fact5
,M. he argued, th.t Puttin was a young
Joyce lioaeky. None
canes were Insured.
The rldav of the cycle was slightly lne inspecto
injured.
Remanded On
Larceny Charge
Mr Hugh V Shaw of Gmrdnri
( panj Ltd.. Toronta Cana
'a. arrived in Barbailos last Sal-
inlay and was met by M. Ceo
P. Wall, a director of the com-
l>."'.v. who has been in Barbados
<'ime. Thev are staying
Ihe Windsor Hotel.
Mr Shaw. In an Interview with
the Advocate. nU thai i
Ihe bland.
The Police Band ui
leadership of Captain C. E. Raiso .
eccasioni'lly accompanied Ih
choral groups while a pnrt of tl
iob
Hudson on Ihe pianoforte.
The programme was begun a,t
e present
ot

Urao-ClnckUilll ll- P..II.-.. II.Kl ,;,., , .(,,,
irndrrint Enc Coalo. Mairli ol .,cunflo. he uul. v.......I b- ihi
tho Youth of Ihe Empire'. i that although .- DM 0UH
.^ - -- .. Canadian Invcatmoot llrma wcr
Tim was followed by Martin Known In Barbado. alcaady Ihi
HIS WORSHIP Mr H. A. Shaw's "Soiib ot Hie Mume M.....,,;, ,..,,, 1^K.|| bMWn
man with th. mind ot a matter Talma, Police Magistrate ol Din- er." which . rhnvn aa DM the Uanadlan Company and Vim
criminal. He was making sure the trlct "A" yesterday remanded Festival song and leiidci..! I M i tions Mil would provide
BK'YCXK M 144M was exten- crop would come on and at Ihe without bail George Downes, a powerful and sweet soumliiig anolhn gourca ol Inforn it]
sivcly damogeil when an game time securing himself by labourer of Thomas Gap. until voice* selected from the v. It I;
accident occurred al Kew Gap. sending Toppin for the parcel. April II when he was charged by 111.-..,, n, i n- de.lei in ul
St Muliael %csleidav evening The circumstantial evidence, he the- Police with the larceny of The progranimc iiicliuied live lypag of aacurluaa uit'iiuida New
Also involved was bun owned held, was damning. What he said cloth valued at 1.1. St. 7d.. the choral groups, five vocal sol. ...i y. k ,, |..m,toi, and t...,.. i,
bv the Leeward 'Bus Company. 1o injpector Franklyn, admitting ?roJP'"* "' "ohomed Kola on ,. pianoforte solo, all of wl.i.-h ......I..... ,, |,j.
"" the Inspector to be a master after "H?.',"' tw________a .k -i.. ..,.. dre* hearty applause f...... tlH vldUM up-to-date rei-irt un aiiccT
0* TH,-SOAY nigh, an J JJ-J- wjitrng -^jajj, > **g& "--' S -Z'SlVZ
P-*? viction. B^ide. he h.d spoken gAj^fijftg SSSS'SS^SS'S% ^"SISS
given the (lass of beer. to her with a brown parcel which Only Will Thine Eves- nog (
ul. Did the, think that,Pln -ld he p,.c Into^bo,^ He then B Jj^TaK, ^>-;?';_;; ,.
'dent occurred al Boarded
are m SnJgrs -
Clyde Jnekman of Carrington's-
VillsRe. St Michael, and
Blentnan. who
aide his bicycle. Blenman
slightly iniured.
" ktanding be- anar*' ,no money Wlth Toppin. a took
M Taitt of Combermere School. Mr Shaw 'aid thai his com-
> consider-
Ihe past 2C
George Downes in his defence College and the spiritual "go fgrfJ^.^SM!1 .?J*J"* *2*Jf
Id that on April 6 he never Down Moses" rcndeied by ity JJ*^f^JSJ:*\^^1^2;
- o.___, n,,,..- suswui to client* nnd that they were
and the fish also aud lift
Shaw'<. 'Cargoes' sung by (juo*n':i
" was young man he scarcely kne
Thnt In itself, he said, put add
T, mil taanna. lhLlSit f Toppin',1 b*in,t a" "*" t^ok a" parcel from Mohomed Street Boys' School
Ifc ELECTORS AHSOCIA- eompllce KoU A,ut Jtome Ijm(. in ,,,
TION haU a POUttoal imalmB Summing l.p morninK he saw Thorne celling at One of the i.ri/
in the St. Simons district of K. Summing up the case, the Chief Hopes Alley and asked her lo year-old Wimton Drain wuitc. n >'
Andrew in support of their can- justic sanl that the case which Keep some fish which he was
dldate Mr. J A. Hsynes. Defence Counsel had cited to carrying.
Mr. F. V. Rock acted as piove thnt merely admitting that When he had returned to
chairman and the large crowd one wroi,> .. threatening letter did Thorne he saw Kola with Iwo
who attended were entertained to nol rne.,n tliat that person sent it, parcels on his bicycle. One of the
Steel Band music. did not bear on the c*se then be- parcels dropped off the bicycle
_. fore them and a man picked up the parcel
THE ST SAVIOl R'S Church The onjy evidcnc, against the and ran away. Later he was told
I .ads Brigade gave a Concert defendant in the case which the at the C.I D thnt he would be
at the Bclleplaine Playing Field jx-fencc Counsel had c*d was the charged in connection with the
Wednesday night. A play. aUlemtnl that he had written the parcel
"Old King Cole",
interesting item
gramme.
was the most
on the pro-
letter. In the case before them Al'hi* 8lf?e pwn'"kcd b>
there was more evidence Mr Talma if he had an> witness,..
Thev knew from the evidence of he wou d like to atUjnM that he
horn h*d wtnesses but they *>"
they
now uf being no less
ii''. ii uiie measure In
the BrlUah West In.i.i :
forte Solo lie ,oce,yd In- prye w p|.| |r.
from the hands of Lady S..v.g. .,., |k >. .
amidst the loud cheers Horn Ih. ,, ,nTOllor, poMU,'
audience who wen- airoiasM and Mr shn,^ ,,,, , ,, lhl
yet surprised to know that a buy ||r.t ,im,. ,t,rt of his size could have managed the .|,iiii' lh.it could be lllamdll fn
comparatively massivi i.....101 tll milure lo .romplish this ob
Mr t'. B Ttsadbalrlg, Actutl |e< live would I-' the unbourwleil
Director of Education, gave a vole hospitality which he had been
of thanks. -howii since arrival.
,.,., ,-.., m which wen, KlS'.'J'S'iJ'^l^-.H;-;" presein tt Ih.
M* out on Thursday were return-
ing during the evening with large
catches of flying nsh and dolphin
to the Speightstown Fish Market T" .V-"
The majority of Ihe boat, had "' "'*
gone to th. fishing bank since
Wednesday Bight.
Ijirge quantities of the catches
were taken to Eagle Mali andjhe
City by lorries and
eel. and from Sgt. Phillips, that
PUttin was on Dayrells Road in
pursuance of what he had written
nfcsslon and the letter to
The
them ti
prosecution was asking
conclude from that thnt
Puttin did utter the letter. If Michael,
Drove With
Faulty Brahes
LEVI FORDE of Bank Hall. St
tterday found
market was kept busy until lat
during the night. Residents w<
un.ihle to buy up all the catche:
'*.' -n,!. Puttin had written the letters and guilty of driving the motor ca
,,"-,, .:, put them in hi* room, they would A-113 with inefficient brakes o
never have got to Birch. February 28.
II was not likely that anybody His Worship Mr. C. L Walwyn
would have seen Puttin put the Acting Police Magistrate of DIs-
______________ lelters In the letter box. trtct "A before whom the case
There was nothing in demand- wa! hMrd ordered >-rde to pay
Petition Granted %*-u^F:f?S$Z S>g Hpfig
,n the Court of Common Pie,, .'^wn, SbJSSEmZ ^^t &Jk ffiffg
is Honour Mr 0, L Toylor ^*3 , 1 d'' * faull>- "rakes. This
anted a petition on- behalf ol ^f1'^ oflen.cf '* \**>' ,0^1ou, ?"."*
from
I
|i d a petition vii- mu . _,,>.#
the Company of Plantations Ltd. """" , i^ople niust be protected
that the alteration of the Com- "' ton^Kiiions reckless drivers
ram's objects proposed to be Defence Counsel. Mr. Barrow. This case wag brought by the
effected be confirmed by Ihe was saying that the threats and Police as a result of an accident
Court pursuant lo sec. II of the menace, were nol of such as to between the motor bus M-727 and
Companies Act 1910. induce Birch to part with any of the motor car A-113. After the
Mr. j. S B. Dear instrucfd his property. Ha was holding that accident the brakes of the motor
bv Cottle Catford & Co.. appeared the menaces would have to be car A-113 were tested and it
for the Company.
such as would make Bn
with something. But that
Wills Admitted
the law. There would never be
any convictions, in that case, un-
less a threatened peBK>n yielded.
Thar, irr )vir. had heard the
h part found that they were nol working
fas not properly. The front fender which
In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday His Honour the Acting
Chief Judge Mr G. L. Taylor
granted the petition of Louise
Malvina Gamble of River. St
Philip. Widow, to the estate of
her husband Joseph Eiekiel
Oamble. deceased.
H L. Ward Instructed by
Mr. D. Lee Sarjeant appeared for
the petitioner.
The wills to the following per-
son* were admitted to probate:
I Dig Collymore. St.
Michael; Elizabeth Acourt Cr.w
lord, St. Philip.
as damaged could nol prevent
the brakes from working proper-
ly said th* Transport Inspector.
,, .., Another case of driving without
nature '.f Ike threat.. threaU U, l*!?!?**:\J*mtX
nirrh hl-m-lf and his rhlldrrn. nm> ,h" ***" "Uoumen
..J aaataa ah. ._ <..u. .'.,H.. II-
COURT FOR DIVORCE
and It KM 'or them, to deride
wbrlher a normal man would
ay any attention to them. If
they felt that Blrrh was a man
who woil. treat toeh threats aa [ the Court for Divorce and
a mailer for laughter, then Matrimonial Causes the Acting
Puttin would not be guilty. chief Judge Mr. C. L. Taylor
Defence Counsel had ariued pronounced decree absolute In the
that Puttin did not know Blrrh uit of N S Sainsbury. petitioner,
nar Blrrh Pultin and Pultin and E A Sainsbury, respondent
would therefore have no reason Mr J S H Dear instructed
far wrlllni to him. Bat one by Mr. E. D. Rogers of the firm of
rould write anch a threatening <"", u w Clarke Ac Co appeared
a> On Page S. lor the petitioner.
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SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE SI.VEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TCLKPMONI ISO*
Th* charfa to*
nth* MtfiUfH,
Msananla. and In V____
I'M on a.*ek-da>i ml ti.au *n Sunder<
lot an* number of wards u M M. ana
1 cento par word on waafc-dava ami
canto per word on Sundays lor each
additional word.
Tor Birtaa. Marriage or Infiimifi
announr*m*nb In Carlo Ciltirj \"r
rhata* H HBO lor any numb*r of word,
up lo M and canta par word lor a-**
edeUttor.el word. Tar mi ra.h. fto^WI
HIS lr DraMt
THANKS
MAI CtBANTh* Maughan I
mo-1 re-pectluin to Baas
..Handed the funeial ai
v nip. thy In olhar wa*i in
bereavement ociUini bi
of our nuaband and lalhci
William Maughan. Mr.
Mauchan jnd children
Ih* death
IN MEMORIAM
I l)0*N In ever Ion _
our dear aunt Emily Cadogan. UapaiirH thi. life on OoooVFrlday
April 71'i INO
A >car ago ah* Mt ua
SaU T-i.rv.trir. t'l .r .'I
Bui ahc >Pti( to be with Jeaui
KMOHTa in loving memory of our
dear Mater Olga Knighu. who |..>w.l
away on April 1th IStO
Gone bul nol forgotten
Kvar lo br remendtored ct' h*r U-t*r>
Dorla and ElM* mother An.te Knlghle
7451 In
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
VACANCIES IN THE ELEMEN-
TARY TEACHING SERVICE
Applications are invited from
teachers (women) with at leas'.
10 years' teaching experience for
the Headships of the following
schools:
St. Catherine's Mixed School,
St Philip; Ebenezer Girls' School,
St. Phili]..
The minimum professional
qualification required is the Certi-
ficate 'A' of the Department of
exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance
with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade I Elemen-
tary. Schools.
Candidates who have already
submitted application forms in re-
spect of previous vacancies (now
tilled) may apply by letter,
accompanied by a recent testi-
monial. All other candidates
should make application on the
appropriate form which may bet
obtained from the Department of
Education. All applications DMltf
be enclosed in envelopes marked
"Appointments Board" in the loo
left hand corner and m st reach
the Department of Education by
Saturday 14th April, 1951
64 M2n
ADVERTISE
m the
WEBKLY ADVOCATE
I'Olt SALE
Mi-imxn eha-p*
tS (nil Suadayi t'
uora, ) n
roe* Samdapa.
AUToarorrvF.
IX Oiif Noraun Autornl-
a Owner buUif large- n>r
Only 7 aOB rrllee Atp|i J G Cuti-m
.vn.a I* fl aVlll
r.e*U*nt mUradr
raft* > ma
AUTOMOBILE va
Perfect running order
tIJOO 00 Counaa* a
Street. '-I J >hri
> In perfect t
llinkioti. M M
4.SI-
Contract For Public Printing
v
i
he Clerk of the General Assembly up to the ISth day ol Juiv
: performing the fallow! re printing work and service* for
:nmfnl and I-eglslalure of this Island, and other printing
work hereinafter mentioned, and such other printing work as may be
required by the Printing Cosamittee, for the period commencing the
1st day of July, 1951 to the 0th day of June. 1954.
I'l III.11 MMIIIS
Fas rente pa- aooia Una on reek-dope
>-d II conli per ao.Hr !* on Semdapa.
"'- c**rge 11 M on <**ek-d*pa
d |l m ** S>4a*a.
I and publishing al so much per page the OFFICIAL [Council, or to wek olher pagaagaj a
GAZETTE every Monday and Thursday in every week, or on such [from time to time determine, all copi
Ever> At' hi to be published In the Offki.il Gazette In such a
inannei as OmUa w iihmit jfTrvliiia the
paging thereof, and shall not be mixed up with the other matter of
ttfete-
13. The contractor is to address and post or otherwise forward
the Clerk of the fioapM of AnasmMy, Um Clerk of the Legislative
the IVintinK Committee may
of the OFFICIAL GAZETTE
I OK HIM
. ha-or BBSeS Tl rev* a-d
SS c*wib Snndow* M loorda ooor M
ipoidi ) rnii a leo'd taaolt I 'nil a
word lowdopl.
it.i-v aaaooo. Dial WS
tun
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ChaJkn
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lelephone **
Saloon ltdS
rry Rood 6*11 Jli
1XJMHIR* Two (Ji Chevrolet IB* ur^.1
MS modeU Rrrmtiv worklns at
l .il.ir. Can ba oii at
ruhaip-md Piantatinn. SI Thomaa. and
will ba offeted lor aala on Wedncadiy
llih April ISCi. .t I pin. S4SIAn.
aLECTBICAL
UNAS'I.ishtin^ Plant. I1-1S VolU,
0 ampa. 400 ..alu. with Umpi sad
paraa. A. Oarnn A Co. Ltd.
li41 tin.
HXrillOUIATUR Ono III We'llnc-
niar Ibtr.. i'.i '.
working "ider Apply Calm Walcoll.
H B Phone 4BTI.
mji fa,
FLKMTLKr:
ruRNrrrPX- i-r -t^k
flocandhaltd lurniture. Alo
lorn chain at S3 TS osrh a
M M nth, and ttM-ker*. SI 00
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ma
pandod lo refill "
LI\i:ST MKCIIAMC'AL
CAimrr.ii bikhk
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injure delicate fabric*. "NTVEH
DESPAIR Jt'ST t'SE BEAUCA1HE -
4 4 114n
(MIIIMAI-
SOI VEMRS. I I'RIOS,
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New Rhlpmrnt opened
THAW'S rSSB
NOTICE
S This f.erver. to Inform the >
o djcneiai Public that my wUa ;
V Leotta Waithe (raff! \\<
,* formerly of Paynes Hay. St *
O James, has deserted me since !
N 1941 and 1 have not heard of >
O her whereabouts. H |i mj J
S intention to re-marry In the ,
ft near future. ;
9 I'-KIiESFORD WAITHE
O Paynes Bay. J
jj St. James. ,
FURNISH TO-DAY
lie Popular Way
NR78 New and Ren. ed
Mrhosanv. Cedar and otlvr
Vanatke*. Atool*. Wandrobo*.
I>r ei -Roben. Brilafeail< |led>.
Rprir.a Cradle. U/m%*\
11N1NG. Kitchrn. Co.kUil
Radio. Sewing and other Um.
tablet China. Bedroom and
Kllchon Cabinet*. Sideboard!.
\'.Hii. Lordrrm. Tea Trolleyi
llli AW INO ROOM HITS In
U.r-n. Tub. Borgrre. Ituan aiul
UphokMorod 3 awd S-plaa-e tulle.
and separate pleer. - Coucfea*.
So.trea wiUi low and high hack.
MORRIS Ct'SHlONS M V up
i'tSKS with Fiat or Slooln*
1 .1 fokllns leaf v. llh p'aexn
l..ln SB 00 up- FU->Xc] H OnVr Chain.
fjap- Kfl NOW AT
sa\iN<; ruirr-s
L. S.WILSON
vr.
SPIIV
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H* In Porcelain Enamal. In
(Ireen. Primrose with mahhtns
lo complato eolour iuUh. tot
A. DAHNEtl > Co. Ltd
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to alrllns. lishl control, v.
drapano* Uy Klrach. Dial
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NATIONAL CA8II BECJISilH M
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low Hi-inn; Hardwood Allev Phon'1
4611 4.4.81Sn.
HOI.L-UP DAVLITE h'oVIE SCREEN
< c.h. good older, Fill. CH' PHm
l:.Ji tin.
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Ihlrl Factory. Palmetto Surol.
TYPEWRITER IIUIUONS A CAHUON
AffJBl >""^h 't'^k 'ii-i recelvad. get
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VENETIAN BLINDS. Kll.'h m-alf
ill metal UeLuxo Venrlian bl.ndi, to >on-
ii.-. d. iverr ) work*. Dl-I 44TH
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II J 91-t.l r
WOODWORKING MAC
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.iARBOW in
i .repon.lblr I. .
one rUr contracllni any debt or debta
In mv name UBJSSl D) I afrg
Signed DONALD BARROW.
Rlca. Rl Phlhp.
S4.JI an
WANTED
Minimum cho'o* u-rh TS ernl* oad
PS cent! Sa%day 14 owrdf oirr 1J
icrO S emu a loord lorrk4 raau
u-ord Sundoyi
IIKLP
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Three Ui B.Mi-b.e Ion t i
American famih'i foi get.
work In USA muat bo v.
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partitlil.r- Mr H Aenllh. 30 rutlon
a. 'I2n
MIMI.I.Li.MOIS
IMMEDiATE CASH for diamond l.wei-
lary. old China, .Hvar and Kheflekl Plate.
PboM 44 or rail at r.nBHINCFS. ad-
loimu Royal Yacbl Club ,
IUM-TF.N
IMMEDIATE CA11I for bfnkon Jawel-
li-ry, aoid nugget., coin*, oil mature, )ade
OH B W I SUmpa OORRlN<,r.s
AntlT-e Shop, blal 443a.
Ill-tin
OOAT- One ! \*

I RabblU. two pair* of Do.
7,-l I.
i HUMBPH CYCl-B COMPETrTIO-.-
r now .m
Ticket* lor
, rvow ilnce rompetlllon I* cloalng M the
LaOv

olher day* .is may be ordasrad U) the I'rmtitig Committee250 cople-
to be printed at each hwud Th. OMETl'l Is to be printed on papei
of foolscap sue. and shall follow a closely as practicable the speci-
Opy furnishrxi. and is lo com.in;
la) All prtxl.H | ttofuments. Rovernment nut id
minutes, documents, and Bills an>: Re^nlutlons of the Legislature
ordered lo be printed, and all Ac'* of the Island; (bl All notice.*,
advertisements and documents L. M Offlcer or Chief Clerk
nr Si'i-rolary ul any ol the departments of tht Government Service
Iwlieihcr the said d('p.iir" tN noaa in existence or shall
hereafter be brought Into existence, or iroag the Clerk of the Gen-
eral Assembly of Ihis Island; (ri All notices or returns required
by any Statute, rule or order of Court or Government regulation lo
be published in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE and any private adver-
tisements which the Printing Committee may permit or authorise t*
be published therein; (d) Ail minutes of meetings and notices of th.
Directors of the Barbados General Hospital, all notices and other
matters relating to elections, and all returns, regulations, bye-law-.
milHC fee, from any public Board or parochial authority; (e) Any
Other paper or document ordered by the Printing Committee to be
published.
Any notices and advertisements for the OFFICIAL, GAZETTE
coming under class (c) abovemenlloned which are not by law requir-
ed to be paid for from the Public Treasury are to be deducted from
the OFFICIAL GAZETTE in the measurement thereof but in the
u-mlti for the printing of the OFFICIAL GAZETTE the charge per
inrh wiih the width, which will be made, for such notices and adver-
tisements. Is to be stated not exceeding however 3 4 per inch of
space. All printing in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE for the General
i ur for any Public Board or parochial authority coming
IS* (d) shali also be deducted from the OFFICIAL GAZETTE
in the measurement ther*or. and the public printer shall OoUmI tin
amount due for such space from the parties requiring the publication
.it Dm bum rata pei pajg .is the OFFICIAL GAZETTE Is paid for
bv tin- (inv.inment.
The Printing Committee reserve to themselves the right to in-
clude or exclude al any lime any particular class of private or other
notices or llmllMlimill or special or particular notice or advertise-
ment.
All D Md to be punted m the OFFICIAL GAZETTE
ust be inserted therein within one week after delivery to the con
tractor or his agent. Provided always that it shall be in the discretion
Ol the Prtnttguj Committee io extend such time. The number of sheet*
of the OFFICIAL GAZETTE is not limited, and all reports, returns^
documents. &c, must be published in full In one OFFICIAL
GAZETTE.
All oriuimil documents, drgfl minutes, draft Bills and Resolutions,
turns, Ac, to either brunch of the legislature shall immediately
after the publication thereof in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE be returned
the Clerk who delivered the same lo the contractor.
. Bill. Resolution, or other paper delivered to the contractor
to be printed, shall be printed and circulaled within five days after
, .( [>i ,v, uf tha Punting Committee to extend such time.
Every paper, document. Ac, delivered by the Clerk of the Gen-
eral Assembly or by the Colonial Secretary or the Chief Clerk of hli
office to the contractor for publication in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE
or to be piinted, shall be confidential and the contractor will be
bound in a substantial penalty to be fixed by the Printing Committee
against the publication in any newspaper other than the OFFICIAL
-ainst the disclosure to any person whomsoever of
Tit. ol the said paper or document whereby the same shall
become generally known. The matter in the OFFICIAL GAZETXr^
shall not be spaced more than is absolutely necessary and the Printing
Committee shall be the sole Judges as to whether the matter has been
spaced moi. loan b necagaary.
2. Printing 20 copies on paper of foolscap (ON of each Order
of the Day ol the legislative Council, and 62 copies of each Order
of the Day of the Mouse of Assembly, for each Inch of 2a inches wide
3. Punting -it M much per page of 12 inches by 4| Inches the
following. n.iii. (11 60 copies of every Bill introduced in either branch of the
tun
(2) 200 copies (if required) with marginal notes in small type,
of every Act of the legislature on paper to be approved of by the
Colonial Secretary, half pages and quarter pages in proportion.
Special attention is called to the Publication (Statutes) Act 1S54
4. Printing at so much per page in Book form 500 copies with
marginal abstracts In small type of every Act of this Island 7 inches
by 4) inches, each of the Acts passed during a Legislative Session,
to be bound up togatbtt at the end of such session to form a book
Such books to be sewn and not stabbed.
ft, printing at so much per page (and proportionately for parts
of a page) 50 copies of each set of the Minutes and Documents of
the Legislative Council and the House of Assembly in foolscap form
All Bills, Orders of the Day, Minutes, Resolutions, and other Docu-
ments to be circulated to members of the Legislative Council and
the House of Assembly to be endorsed as at present and the price
per page tendered if III include and cover such endorsement.
Printing DM more than 250 copies (if required) of the Blue
Book at n much per page.
7 I rinting and furnishing 50 copies of the monthly return of
icvenu- and expenditure on paper of similar size to that now in
use and of a quality to be approved by the Printing Committee.
Punting cards such as those used for hackney cab licenses,
tickets of admission to the opening of the session of the Legislature,
i guy other cards required by the Printing Committee at so
much ner 50.
B. Printing placards and posters per square foot for each 100
10. Printing, ruling, and furnishing as under all blank forms and
irculars, Ac, required for the use of all departments of the Govern-
ment service now in existence or which may hereafter be brought
into existence, at so much per 100. one-half the charge for 50. antl
one quarter the charge 'or 25 copies supplied of each size respectively
Whera forms or other paper. Ac. require ruling it shall be included
in the charge for the forms of olher papers.
Forms of one sheet foolscap printed on both sides.
Forms of one sheet foolscap printed antl lined with cloth down
the centre.
Forms of one sheet foolscap printed on one side.
Forms of half-sheet foolscap printed on both sides.
Forms of half-sheet foolscap printed on one side.
Forms of quarter sheet foolscap printed on both sides.
Forms of quarter sheet foolscap printed on one side.
Circulars or forms of one page of note paper.
Circulars or forms of two pages of note paper.
Circulars or forms of three pages of note paper.
Circulars or forms of four pages of note paper.
Forms of larger size than foolscap will be paid for proportionate).
with forms of foolscap size.
Blank forms are to be understood as meaning not only forms in
columns ruled with headings, but also all forms laid down in Act'
Ac which may only require the insertion of word', in certain place-
Any public boards, parochial authorities, or person who may be
1 Printing Committee to insert notices In the OFFICIAL
GAZETTE under classes (c) and (d) IWorcmenlioned, who may d*-
required bv any Law of this Island to furnish to the Legislature return
or statements requiring blank forms, shall be entitled to have then
by the public printer at Government contract rates. Th
Bishop of Barbados shali !- entitled to have his official printing don
by the contractor at Government contract prices.
II. The contractor may be required at any time to furnish any
copies of Bills. Resolutions, returns, documents and other papers.
Ac. beyond the number herein specified. The person tendering milli
< state at what price pro rala with the other copies respectiveiv
he will supply those additional copies in numbers of 25. 50 and l'i0
or more respectively.
: e mentioned the contractor is to furnish
and provide all paper of approved size and quality to the satisfaction
of the Printing I i no extra charge can be allowed for
supplying a better quality of paper which may be required for some
forms.
Three, i Bill, Resolution, nnd address. f*c., on paper)
or the L- to fat gent to the Clerk of the Hou-e of Assem-
bly for the signature of the Speaker.
and all other books. Acts, and papers and documents and shall also
i warding the OFFICIAL GAZETTE supply to *ach person.
corporation or body entitled to receive the Acts, a copy of each Act of
the Island printed as requlnd by this notice.
The Ofllciul Gazette. Acts, Bills, nnd other papers and documents
must be circulated separately, that Is, not enclosed one within the
pages of another.
14. The type to he used in the printing is to be similar In size
to that now used in printing the Official Gazette and public docu-
ments or of such other size and nature as the Printing Commkttet
snail permit or require
15. Binding the Official Gazette, the Debates, the ljrws of the
Legislative Sessions, the Minutes and Documents, each volume.
16. Celenlal Secretary's OnVc
Furnishing 2 Divisional Registers annually 20 In. X 12| in.
Printing and binding Departmental Reports 13 x 8 In.
PrinUng Colonial Estimates, as settled by the Executive Com-
mittee, as laid before ttM Hm.se ol A**cmlily, and aa pavard l>y Ihr
House of Assembly, per page.
Printing Debates of the General Assembly and of the Legislative
Council.
Binding sessional laws J bound cloth and paper per volume of
100 stitched.
Printing and ruling pay sheets prr 50.
Ruling where feint lines are required per 100 sheets.
17. Colonial Treasary's Office.
8 licenses and receipt books.
31 descriptions and paper of different quality
1 Llli get
I Cash Book
I Miscellaneous Journal
1 Abstract Ledger
IB. Auditor General'* Offlir.
Furnishing about 1,000 loose leaves for Departmental Vole Books.
19. Psal Office.
About 100 White Foreign Receipt Books 5J X 16 in. in 1,000
)e.i\.- n uh duplicates.
About 100 Green Local Receipt Books for nut-districts 51 x 15 in
of 100 receipts with duplicates.
About 100 Green Loci Receipt lUioks 5J X 15 in. of 100 receipts
with duplicates.
pi Books 5J x 15 in. of 100 receipts
NOTICE
BITS BI.Bt TION PARISH
Or ST. imi.I-
VRBAHOS
I HKIUUIY glva nolico to all per.
vota a. o ,
iho Oeneial Aaaembl) foi
W Pariah of Bt Androw that the Kle.
on will commence I-etwee,, UM hour
( a and > o-cWK In th* moral* f 01
londay Uto eta day of April IS5I al Thi
mmunlt* Kail Balliglaun to th,
run of bt Andrew
And I ban
entitled t* *t. | ___
~Maea aforoaaMI then and there to mak>
aotco of on* eunlilWd able, anftViem
nd diat-roet perann lo adrtaa and con-
ul to ih* mating of aurh lawa a, anj'l
b* meet and convenient for Iho good
'rnmenl ol thia ular* and people an I
trrvatlon of Iholr eatatoa unlooi
roil be required fur the d. *
iharoof In which raar auch Poll will be
taken al th* place or pUcn appointed
lor thai purpoao. on Monday the lath
day of April ISM commencing between
hnuri of 1 and a o'clock, in inn |
rt*uU.-i D
BUNOALOW Modern BuraHlBBt .l|
lalcri .1 Brighton. Black B-
~*l ma
En rasa particular con eu BtST' a v
grand** )ardin*a ham I an..
dor>N> eon bano y tamhien doa annplc*.
Buena comidi y arrvlcio e*tm-rado a*
h.Ma BBBBBBl Telclono STtt
Larg* double room with path alao
two untie* In ramfartahl* prlvut*
ham* an tea Spactoua groondi, good
belhlnc beach. e.r.llei.l maoli. TN.
BST1 SISi..
.... raaag
Ulven i
( March
mdar i
hand thi.
tila SOIh .lav of March IBM
r. A INGrlAHM. J P..
Sheriff A Ket.irnlng Officer
1-1 M-Sn
NOTICE
BTB Kl ICTION i- vi.i-ii
BARBADOS
I Hiagutv glvo lattice to all pon
qualUlrcl lo vole .t the Elect
Vcridaeii of Ih* (Jcnaral Aaarmblt
II* Pariah of M Andrew thai I I
appointed Th* C'nnununlt* Rail
U*ll*plaine a* th* plar* where all auch
peraona re.ay meet on Monday IH* elu
dav of April IBS! lo elect on* Meirdkrr
io arrve for the ParUh of St. Andrew
in ih* (l*n*ral A.-mbl> of Ihli laiand
And I here*.* luilher give not!,* that
in th* event of a Poll being requited lor
Ih* determination, ol the aald IJ'ctlon. 1
have appointed fnr Ih* raid purpoa* Ih*
place. Hereinafter perilled, thai n lo
aay
Polling Station No I >
Tlw Allrvn* School Hrllrplalnr THE
MOUTH WINCI For Ih* UBr ol all per-
aana whoar Mirnamaa begin .. mi th
htleri A to J inclualve
Pnllltig Hlalln No lg|I
The Allevne Sklu-il Belleplalne TUB
SOUTH WINO Por rhe uar of all peraona
whnar aurnamea liegui with ih* letters
K lo E Inclualve
Dated ihia 30th dav of March 1SS1
C. A SKINNK1I.
rarochlat Tr*aaur*r St Andr*w
SI SSI Tn
. ram
About 100 Green Foio.nn R*
with dtiptrOataa,
N DoOaal of GuinnuHl No-
Parcel Post Receipt Botiks 19 n Bi in. 500 leaves with duplicates
Mail Despatch Bt i k^ tor regi ' -i-M letters 15 x 1- in. or 200 leavi-i..
C.O.D. Register lS4ft x 10 in.
20 Kf-glstrarV Oflite.
RgpoH on vital statistics -annuallyon extra strong paper
Baltiaangp Qimbty "
Register of Birthsforim 24 I \*'j in.
Register of 1- HM R 11*1 in.
21. Lri-I nepartmrnl.
Furnishing boul UQ teenpt bot-ks for use in Police Magistrates'
Courta, Assistant Court of Appeal, and Petty DatH Courts, each book
staining 100 receipts 6 x 0 In.
General Cah Book 15 x 10 in. of 100 leaves.
Lallan and Record Booksdifli rvnl dfCI
Suitor- Itei-eipt Book 15 x 10 tn of 150 leaves.
Suitors Cash Book 15 x 9'? In. of .100 leaves.
i-onsation Book 13 x H in ,.i LM leaves.
22. n.-i-.i in., in uT Srienrr and Airiculture
llintb for guidantf of exhibitor* 5Vj x &\t In.
Annual Reports 13 x 8 in.
Receipt Books.
IMariwttion certificates.
Plant Invoice Books 17 x Mt '
Acknowhttmnont Book- UVi v LI In,
Meleonih>iiical Botiks l x IL' in.
Rainfall BookM L4V. x 0 in.
FuiniK-'lion I
Sugar cane reading books 8 x 6'a In.
Kih' covers 13'; x %V
rmin for n-rortiing inontldy mctiinoloiiu .1 data 14 x 81* In.
Jt. Polite IrrparlmeBl
Poliea diaries 15"4 x 04 In. of 150 leaves.
Prisoners Charge Book 174 x UK in. of 200 leaves.
Police Report Books 17W x ll4 UL of 200 leaves.
Criinin.il Summons look 1'< x 11% in. of 200 leaves.
Criminal Warrant Book 18 ; 10=, In ;>f -'<) leaves.
I'.I) Summons Book !.''. l,r i in ol 1M leaven.
P.I> Civil Warrant Book 17% x 10* In. of 150 leaves with 3fl
leaves for index.
Occurrence Book 13'3 x 8 in. of 6 leaves.
Prisoners Property Book IIV. x 8 In. of 96 leaves.
Report Summons Books 16 x 10 in. of 150 leaves.
Criminal Register 18'* x 13 in of 81IO leaves
Harbour Police Arrival Book 84 x 14 in. of 250 leave*.
Harbour Police DeyeatlaTC Book 8'j x 14 in. of 250 leaves.
Permit Book 94 x 10*. in of 100 leaves.
Police Duty Book 17 x II in. of 366 leaves.
24. The contractor shall be responsible frr tho correctness of
every Act, Bill. Rcolution. Dovigmant, Return, Form. Statement or
other paper or any book sent him to bo printer! or for publication
according lo the copy thereof B> hvered to him.
25. In etaa of the non-performance of any ilem in the contract
or in case of any delay In printing or binding according to the term'
of this Contract the Printing Committee may have such printing or
binding done by any other person and may deduct from the amount
due to the contractor the amount paid by them for such printbrg or
binding.
26. The contractor will l>c required to krci, g telephone on the
premises where the printiiiK office i* carried 00.
27. The contractor will ! required to have and keep the
premises where the Printery J* carried on a sufficient number of up
to date complete Linotype oi Monotype machines with all necessuo
metal and other accessories and appliances for the proper operation
thereof :,n
for the |jnm|)t tarryinn nut .f hn contract.
28. If the ci.titrat tor 'li.ill fail to print and or circulate any
document, return, or other paper, form or statement required to l"
printed, and or circulated within the time required by his contract
or such further Ua I ma> '< allowed by the Printing Committee
he shall he liable to I penalt) not exceeding ten shililngs per day
for each document Of OOM i>iper until thr same is printed and or
circulated to le deducted from any amount due or tn become due
lo the contractor.
29. The person tendering will be required lo send a letter signed
by two persons possessed of sufficient property engaging to become
bound with him in the sum of tftOO or to give the security of an
approved Guarantee Society conditioned for the due fulfilment of
the contract.
Persons desirous of tendering may obtain any further particular'
from the Clerk of the General Assembly. The Printing Committee
do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender.
It mud lie lieaill i.iidnstood that the Printing Committee reserve
tn themselves the rigid of determining what documents or paper.-
shall be published or printed. Persons tendering are particularly
requested to note this reservation.
D I.EE SARJEANT.
Clerk to the General Assembly.
ITHIK
Ton crnfr par agate
p*e ii.'uH
. SALES
I 'I- M It k .!. .
i..... .- '".a-n.
0 o w*ak-da(
DRY OOOIM STOrUC Aie vou In-
t*r**4*d In a IMi Good. Ml.rr with Stock
Trade f-iiinliirr f In S
Vajj ,.-..1 ssel ,. . .i.
Writ* lor parOrulaii lo S'.
Saari C o Adwcat*
4 *\- Ba.
onnwd-
AsSi?
IUUH WINDS Calliewaah. Bathihrbi
'a May. July. Srpt*mb*T. October,
'nvember and Unrmlier. (li.il SSM.
i* ^1 t f n
MVOaOPIB. Ird Avastra B>
from Hay lit Appoint men ta lo n*w
Dial I ISO Full her particular! Phono
lT II W Hliida
4*11 t.f.n.
PM an
SB* Li>
rulfafeaa lor VacioVy, Ag- I MM
ttrnllidi Snlicltora, nr Sun-in-. Aupl>:
Thanl Broa or Dial Ma. a i ll-4ka.

raRAPfMiTii
VBTOBIA. O.. the ...ulf. n .
lahed front liih Apill. im. T&*aBBne.
ITig and Radio. 101 p*r mevlS. Dul
giso.
REAL ESTATE
uav;im .I i... i May US, St 1>
r*nc* Gap on *. 1 rnlih*d. h,
[rrolor. c; i
ilnwnt Phone KT*
S4S1 In
UUNOAI.OW Navy U ardent. 1 bad
Including
ii* w. C1S0D.
IS 1 11 I I n
l-\NI> Al mh Hall
onpoalt* All,.,, r-artr Th
i- -evetal plecrm Now.
lor faaat, or you ran m
II I
-n hau
i...i
LAND lit* aq. ft of land
lord l-ne. Il.l,luet..i.ii. |.r d*llins hotia* (haraon.
Inapoclhui .i appllcatMn lo Miaa X M
n-.wnl* al Corner ol Bo*buck fttrret
nd Bednird lanr
Tho altov* mil he offered for aa hy
l-ihllo .wmpetltlon at our olT.ce Jaotra
Slreet. on F.ldaj 11th April ISfil al
Kuichlnaon A BanfMd.
ItCnjiDXc; l/rrs .I Dover, 1 in-..1
'nirch. Lota near th* era. and lot*
t and near Manwell Main Hoad Apply
tea. T. A. Herbert, Dover Pl.<>- ai.U,
" asas. mm 11
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
B| recommendation. .f l.lo.di Agenli
we will .ell on TUESDAY. Ih* loth a1
our Mart. High Street
1 t int..11. Coin riahea. 48 pkgt CJiakrt
CK.U, M Tina Paint. SB Coul|K)t., 10 Dantifl
l-UL Ncgi.i l>ta. M BMtM
. t.l.
. Bolt
Sato
HRANKKR. TROTMAN 4% CO.
An. I.....t .i-.
T4.SI tn
BY litaliu.
n I-Inn.. Ol
Sl.,1
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U
i.l Crnlral
Mh begin-
.NOTICE
, cr
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Ciwl
Thi.
HlMAL'itMIIK. Mi.X*.ll
being .
r.i.lli ,
-.1.1
mdii.
Horn ntlAcatmi will be annoiincil
ihortlv Meanwhile, toaeineaa continue
ii u>udt al Mr Clullm preaent IwaUon
n St. I-.-
NOTICE
''M-ll Ol ST. JOIIS
I from the flh lo Ih* BjBt
orlWe nl the .",. .i I T -.
Jolui. will be open on Sal
14th and April
II S FltASrtH.
CI.OSIN<; NOTICE
IINI.I .-t\ liHI t. .111111
*r I"' I" P SI......
-..... ii .i um saresraJ pub t
l.n.ine^ will I- .1... i front W*dJ
lllh April to Monday J'rd A
at 1 pn
Dn Hi Humuer bnv.ie name, as* i|i
rmmtaln Pen; on* Ui (inld II* pin. *rV-
rial dn>r Una of Poll.h. jn.l gaVOtSl
i.ttwi nea eJ mlereat
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Oovt. Auctioneer
TAaV aa
SHIPPING
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MS TONCAIIIICO' a.,11,.1 II, I ,i
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Cargo acrept"d on Utrousll I
{.tiding nith lr..ii-lui..r..l ..:
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ApriL
NOTICES
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aalli lift Mmiii .rrivea Barbad
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TANADIAN KERVK E
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i April 13th Saila for ft
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.- .....t i la Uesatog >
id ehlngle Oiip at Villa
Md. Brillon* Hill. Ml MKhaol.
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lt iaih day ol April. IMI, al |
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T4SI l
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Alon>a B III I
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Lit iiennlMxi lo aril Bplrlta. M'll
l.iSuor-. *c. *| hoard and mural.-
tr-op attached lo reatdei.re al Ker-I'iy
Ion New Rood. St Ma-heel
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narrate. Dm A
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th- ISO. day of April. ISS1
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1.1th April Bth Mav
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PAC.I
P.VBBAIMtS AI1V(K \ll
SATIKUAV. MUM
B.A.K. A. Council Send
New Terms To Pickwick
Tlic HOI Football
v K.A ;il a in
Ihr PI ...

(...til S MCI rriM.s
'

line I" accept lhe m-w-
10 lo 3 majoriij Th. '
Hi r. g
C
The ni

10* bo (obtruded foi

li A FA and
id the B.I A
I ,n. Mr.
lluirhm.. he had

and fa n he .
had set w m hii'i spokan
that Pickwick told fin
.Hi anj itii.i.
Empire (Jults
Soccer (iamc
At I
. In-1 (I I- I n,liL Jl
Uh ii i luii room glgasa li-:
uif iim ire < lub decided lo
H illiLi i .i vv Inn | ,.r I ;
vi'lo> Foa-.b-ll eomFelllion
AM in the unv.-iti.rj lory
II | MB| i mi-nl* (M-lMff-n Ih.
It \ I \ Mi the rick wick
n.,k,i ( tub
'


i i.i if Ihey
pgan M|d that Mr.
-
b*r- at tho
The lOimui**.
sioeor of India, w.*.- atu*m > . a.;... "iiniTn* ;
ramony wtaUn marked tka opening of the Flrirt Asian Out. in New Delhi recently,
represented in the Oamet were: AfgUanlntan. Burma, flea, Irit. Indonesia. Japan.
Niu.i. I'll ill p pi net Singapore. Thailand aud India.
if tin- n
. lllll gOt I
woukl I*- able
1
...Thing I"

'" Mmjbil ,!:' .....bjry until
tii i
th.u ho would
thins lo on. If the Council derided tfaml
.1 at Kensington, lu-
red |o pU) < K- nslngtoi
.f the Park.
the pro) > iLl k "

h proml ihc mart
one "ui- !! < i ould ; I
Thr Chairman aaW thai he >ii .i. -. it U ..::. i ,i inn,
. c Mi II
night tho in iitt'i before Um m
,. rt. In 1MB. II.. \ w > ". '"' '; ''"'"'' <<> *-
. illy, lit- did Dot
I... i,, B.C Hit- idi-a of any suKi.e
would nni boa part) lo an) i ri from ihe
motion which would <
Il.C.A. from getting > I Up tattr tum- which wore
(-outage LurnedT down bj Piekwkk
Mr. 1 1 " >''' ottatf members had ox-
view thai
lime as I put '" ! I MTlod
<<>nccrncd us tho last letttr the Voting fOl the rnptjos) were
ived from Hi Messrs. F. Si. I
IVkwkk Club was a strong one N Medfor.l. (' A Smith I )
stating that thev could not deviate ii.ml*. A y bhvnhtt, C Moorv.
from tho original terms a? solmil E n,;imll s oc ,;,,. (
I ''*, Uonchford and W K
WtTC Meant
Eton for this
M, I i that w
..f the various
flubs, they must air the views of
Ihaif momben anil many of the
players said that Hu> wnuld Hkc
i. ington.
Mi V. T McComie lid Hi d ru
had \\< ai i ii
members of Pickw l.k Club lhat
Ihe Association was lakltiK an
easy way out. All Ihe
was to draw up fixture*, while
kwirki h.iil 10
the admlnlitration. H
.rks made
against the Arociallnn
H I. Ward. V T MrComio.
E A V Williams. V 1
and L. L. Gitlons.
SAVANNAH CLUB
TENNIS RESULTS
With reearci lo Ihe motion, the
matter was already thiwhed out
by the Association and they had
rejected the proposals by Pick- Tp
wick and ha could not be a party
to any such n,
Mr. D. II .!. ward said that
he could not Npport Uu tnoUon
now, as tho ttrroi
proposed to Pickwick alreaOy
although in different amounts.
When Hie ori^inul in
Association were submitted to the
Pickwick Club, he mad* motion
should be allotted tu the
B.C.A because he fell thai
substantial portion should
VrSIKKIIAVS RIISCLTS
miss nni ni i % i mi).
C O. II M.irwui>u ,,1,1 I' MC(, pat
J S 4
r(nt\i | n\n m -
i.AOir-. not mis im^ui
Mi" D Wood anl Mr- H H 'i.
i Ml O Pllsilm and Mm. | l^n^aii
WIXEII OOt nil- -Han*lr*>
M. and Mr. V \1 BariM
"""I ani J k TrimlMlum
' ill bt a.allaM-
A DRAW
LONDON. April 4
Mikhail tsotvfnlh and Davl^
i t<> regard
n i.ih game in the
World Chess Championship at
Moscow, the Soviet news agency
Taaa reported today
The name whs adjourned last
*. m an intricate position, but
i to that body as they had Ihe [| playCTl decided
today liwt
stands then-.
II- Ml that i"" Council would
(jo failing in their duty il they ,,,, ua ^ ;,m.,.(| ,,, Villl;,,u.
rialthor oouU artn
Botvinik proposed a dj
to this motion.
Mr. r ' he knew
Mr Hutchlnson was interested in
football and was mUiualaalh lo ,
ace thai the game araa played ai ,;
K.i;Mimlon. DUt in vic .1 :
correspondence Ihe Association
with the Pickwick Club
ho could no: now support the mo-
tion.
He said that lhe> would be
childish and
unt than Plckwlckl II thi

not makJ 10 I man
when ho nevei Intended to Rive
way. Now thai th* -
wlca < orntred, ihe) mu
there;
If tbei were to ajpi to U I
.
,,h.d Pi. kwtek would do naac
year.
Mr. N It ilia! llu
rlutchln*
plion of play
1 ''. h adlng m thi
five points in four. The
tenth game will he plnved nn April
I layers are Ru
Router
UNMELDEO CARD3
a, M HARHISON cue"
Traffir lluiVl
No. 20
where il .J.mim. i I
Sln .it I'rde-iri.in ( n.
aco made available I
CANADA lRv
lor Safer Motortua
;
If fur ii


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-li.HII.I 1... ; ..,
J:
re In |h raw rOUl
High Living Qoti
Ct*ti9illg Slump In
Soccer l*tmls
LONDON,
me "i dl pOOaf
dnnglrd
bulging i
Ure reported to >.....idi i
slump.
t.ng won
., ll.lt..I .
decline In J
I

ei are blamed
nmuil in-
E I00JM0...... '<
-iiiick" outfits are operating wilh
only eboul I dozen or so of any

giants admit in*
piiK-h

i r, (MHMWMi This
fail i kiti trover, returns

Of thi
remainder. 30 t
KM and 20
per end to operating coats.
I
uted lo a decline in thi
weekly slake rather than a de-
crease in the
coupons. The i
that some 7,750.000 of Britain'
quit population send their

season. Tl
years huf Ihe average weeMy
Bd from around
'
luii; i" around three shillings
Oil
Fortunes In Price*

tin
Ing out i rot
SI

around I IlO.OOll nnd ti

The average n aior pi I
i: lo.iHio

canvass disclosed thai fivi
I
to find happiness In
newly-icqulred wwalth,
a couple <.( formal [acton
ciris. Agnes Turnei and
who iH'f cd a jack-
:
that (ortui
Agues.
th< is rnu.-li
1
I i
M irel .,!:,.
I toi has h g
her "in ol value* ind i
I
Local "SetbulI
Season Openeil
On Baturdaj dw Beat aaateb in
i- BaruAdo N Ibal] League

1 I Old Olrts and

of in"
a, opened the
1
. Li
first ten mini '
fast gam.
with - I -
!
thi
Although Old Qtrli
,i .1, '"iir. Of
v. in |hr
i uineld, their Inaccurate shoot-
I Oil la to
ilrst hall with > goals to i I ri
old Girls.
T Marker, as Shoot. I. QuJnUne
and P. Best were most outstand-
ng players for Olympta.
During the second half. Old
oined as a learn fu*
belter th.m Olympu wl
to lack learn spud Ol Gil
'he oloso
of the ganie and scored 4 goals. At the end of play. Ihe
and old
Ob l goala, ,, .
.ills ol the Malch which
. Thursday. MA
April. Training
. ErdiSton Training
'
ETC 111 goals; bt. Michaels
Qirli Assn 24 goals.
Rugby RpmuIIs
new, a
i. .
I lavxl >i> the tli'ltrd Ktm.lai- (
ph IS. Y'-rl
HUd4*tWlekl IS. II,i- wx B
*,!..1.1 >
ti WMnee 2.
l.-*U 14.
What's on Today
s| dotini k)J li..ii..,d. linti-
\>.siic i.iliun1 p tn
liadua Civil Service Avmi-
i.tKMi l.:.n um
N.-th.ill ai Ouoen's folloco
quoen> Collo|p i\i;urrn .
Colloie Did Girls5 m
Table tvaaala at V M c A
ii p.m.
it.iskclball at V M.C A Har-
rlaon il. ;.. vi V.M.C.A
and n :- -..-. ( ..ii-.., Old
Rays vs Fortrwsa al
V M P C1.41 pm
CINEMAS
< .pit -
I- ....Mr H.n.l'l ."I
Hhltexini loaUlram
K... I ,,.!.,..,, I'tllBbn"
I >.>itirr ( bn.lapbfi (almbst, '
V.u.l,. ( ,.,. I. |fc, -i.i...
SESSIONS
g, I mm Iwgai i
Irilrr u. ggSBSBsaf whein ho had
aaeW seen.
It had been argued that Topp.ii
ivw a lot more than he was ad-
dling; that Toppin was an ac-
complice If they were satisfied
nal he was an .
oi.lti have lo be cor-
They had seen Toppm
H and he seemed the
.ri lor one to pick on to
; such a job.
Counsel asked why
i not get Phillips, a wil-
ho saw Puttin pick up Top-

had known fee BT|
They, the lury, bad seep Phillips
could assun ' Puttin
might have thought Pnillips abovr
sucn an action or that he mij,h:
call for ., lifly-flfly deal
After he had ncard Defencf
id the Solicitor Genera,
Misvcution as to Ukl ad-
ibliny as evidence ot siate-
nts given by Puttin lo in.
Pi lie*, M had ru'icd mat ihe sl-ti
iaible !t would
advise them Uiat they Msould 00
cept those statements, l
|M rn, ,it course, to ettai h Lbs
weigh! ihey felt due to th
If they felt that the Polios '
took the stalements thlwatO
him or ciUiced linn to give men
they -hould ignore them cntirel;
Thu sUlemii.i had to I
voluntary, though not voluntary i
the sense thai Putt
be willing to glVO them. Pulli*
would never have been anxious
to do so.
Further Investigation
It was likely that the reason
for Puttin's lonn deten
fhe circumstance of Cpl. lX*vonis-
having to go oul to make further
investigations.
There was direct evideruv from
Cpl liycr who said be Pf
Puttin us the man who rode with
Toppin on the bicycle bar on the
night of Toppln's arrest.
Mr. Heecc, for the prosecution,
he said, had told them 1
nmsolf was sometimes iorgetful
f little things and It umI quite
casonuble that lhe Police ould
forget trivial things said al the
Magistrate's Court and that there
Id be discrepancies.
MaVIIIVvll VI MUM I
TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS
STILL SAY "NO"
LONDON, April 5.
nsidering the fresh pro-
pom the Argasnt
ii olball club directors.

odhere to then- prevkms decision
not to undertake a close of season
tour of 1 ff : .i I summer
An official tftarwards said thai
i I carefully con-
sidered lhe new proposals, bill
fell lhat the reejona contained In
their original statement of last
h still applied.Renter.


Soccer Maldirs
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They'll Do It Every Time
1^ HEAR Hi* TELL IT (B^OU^
-TWE WEA^ CWEdSE EXPECTS M;SS
POTMOO WHAT DO YOO
WANT TO SAY
N RcM.y TO
MR.escf?o.vs
? LETTSR?
--r-\V~
/eOODSRlEF.'WMERES
,' youR INITIATIVE?
you've beew here
,/ LONG EN0U6H' TO
f ^nSoVR run-of-tue-
MJLL correskj.-oesce.
i ^4AVE^s"r yoO?xM too
BUSY FOR TRIVIA!
,6l^U-8lAU-BlAH_J|
- By Jimmy Hatlo
The Weather
TODAY
|*n Uaaai 5.56 a.m.
Sun Seta: 6 10 p m.
Moon (First Quarter) April
Lighttna: 6.30 p ra.
High Water; 3(1 am. i.-i.
p m
TausTBatDAT
Rainfall (t'odrtnston) nil
ToIjI for Month to Yester-
day: .61 Ins
Trmperalure (Max) 85'F
Tomperaturo <51ln ) :i 0"F
Wind ......, i,,, i ,>i ., m ) E.
Wind Voloclly: i, miles per
hour
Haromotor 19 a.m ) 9 99.
(3 pm. > 29.Ml
CUARS STUFFY NOSiI- dj^ aS*&*,#, '
wrry
/as/**?.
Com/or/ J
IN YOUR POCKET!
dV .r..*w. ...Ill !, H ).! II
ixickrt oi handbag :,.,ti
i
i
mg rncdlcapan
lASYTOUSt \%h R i
l ton need K,
,' 1 | i i ths
pci ia I nedlti
ree int .ip an'
uflj iwstru in lurn.^r-c-a-l-h-s
in, and-euk-fe ai a fmttk.'>twr
nosg feels drlighitully coal and
clear. So pleasant. So convenient.
Use os often os nfd*d
.Wars
Inhaler
\r '- JPUJVWS I
laaoowt1
r
But wwen SHE Doii...!
Apoplectic purp.e,tobcexct)
s office? who co
( >W THIN* VOU ARE?
WHO EVER fiVE YOU
AJTH0RIT>'-^O QUOTE va
IM REAoy ,r> TJR.H TH 11'_
fRM over to you V,(Vf
ILLLET>OU *OI!

y
NOW! Dental Science Reveals
fOOF 1HAT BRUSHING TEflH RIGHT AFTIR EATINO
IS THt SAFi, IFFtenVE WAY TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
:lrcedy registered their names for p<-,-
Stales of America will Ik- coot
\pnl to Fntiiiy 13th April. IPSi. and women who havi
compleled their cards can reposi and do so faetwwen lhe nours
3f 0 a m snd 3 p.m. according io the follow p
'"gin with the
i- A It .,,-.#(
Women whose surname* begin with ihe
Utters D, E. F and G
hegin with the
Utters H. I, J. K and L
Women whose sumnmcs begin with the
inters M. N, O. P. Q and R
Women whose surnames begin with ihr
V. \V and Y.....
ill he started a.
I nlinne. Thos-
can do so between the hours of 9 a.m. lo 3 p
t lay .ti tjuoon Park House.
Monh:
Tuesday. lOih April
Wednesday, nth April
Thursday, 12th April
;?
-A#m^-===a
v##g\i# 11 itstn i/f \r. ## v
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