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I'M.I III.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, APRIL IS. IS1 Harrison College Bat Well **' 4 *<* To ** ur *** Used C_/ Kuli use is being R I Barbadian Bovs Lose Out Al Athletics 11.-. O.t II-.. t-rrr. *••'••• PORT.OF-SI'AIN. April II The Harmon college Boys re.-vivas) then ilrsl defeat frogo the l!oyalt&n D) S pOkntt to 23 when mooted '"i Wtaf^cossOape sup'ramscy on the College ground". %  n Port.of-Sp:nu e>ici!a> OnJ> inWind wu broken bN Austin Clarke of Harrison COIICRO when he did ihe 440 -.nil* Bat in M 1 second' Tinformal record foi the ground was Bob Doranm of QJU and Clarke wan ihc mosl outstanding • % %  spective colleges v I won live of the eight •vents while Hai i ison College won three Clarke won the 440 and 880 yards flat Tllla youngster is r.Jy built and has made a good impression in Trinidad. DtSpUn h\ icprf-cnUilivcs of inrth college* earned warm applause. Result: BK J> follow:— ixRiiHiNb nr HM.I W. Dom... QR.C 16 M*l r *•*.> OH. .r \i„-, m iii ine fAiD> II i W n-.'.i*a. Q H.C to 4 .i I., M UIM 1 W.nric H II* VltIK II.4T Against Q.R.CX From iu Own Coi t*pnndn' %  roll! OF *PA1N. April Ihe, *. II College temra, thnnks lo fine individual batting performance* by Cammic Smith ('.21. N. Harr-rcia. (* r MM William-. Emman Hop* 27 kopi QuaaB'i RyaJ t /.lew m the field all day K9 ft)T 5 when the hi*i cricket miteh opened here ye I^I day. Score*. iiAhl*N COLIMQM M DCNIMM i> . A>i TS r. 11 .or Ml'lop b Ai . rad im M a A %  i;r"i M Simmm" (1 n. %  : . % % %  BMraa T. -..I ISM 1 -M. HO"! IM. ANAI -i Ml VI. II < Chan*.. cfPtc J lf. u H < LONI. JIHIIi l'i ,. OR I I •Mb, JH( iirifflUi, H.C :* VAMDs HAT BA4 W Dont.1. Qr —I* %  wri I' lito %  < QRC 1. A Wiih. H.C Hi'. ii i. 'ii ir II i l unr J Mom-n lie MM 1 M:li; mm., ii **.. iM-..U mn r Quiln wH I Pn'ntHarnvon >." Q It mill! •" Whitsuntide Athletic Meet At Kensington (Ly A Correspondent) Denny, Victor Luriorun. AT SPEIGHTSTOWN BOYS' SPORTS JitUN PENNY. 13. was Vu tor Ludorum of the Speight*'own Boys' School nth'. I C tcrdav afternoon. ended with 16 point? won the high jump ..iid taken second place in the 220 yards and 100 vard*. K rterfc, athlete ..r ihe io—I? i %  %  rival for Ihe championship H( took 15 points lo become of h.s division C Rowe was the 8--10 division ehampton with s points The events wre keenly contested House "Millar" tojppad with 6a points, closely follow .i bf "Greaves" which piloted fit points. "Mottley" ran third with 36 ]>oinls All the Elementary Schools of Si Pclcr were roped bit* gniinme Be*I Form All SBtnU Ho>V -tij GirK Schocls showed best form In [h> inler-srhool events. Yei H mutl %  %  i mborad th.it tha BpaJgtitatnwn Boys' m having to take part in every event. In %  220 vniiiKM nornaatar) SMKIVI %  KM A I had had a Russian %  whit 1 have seen at PM HtlMarj College or Scieti> I J.iling und report in what is so often the gloomy atorv of Bl | A Russian making notes at m> 'id nave done i u dozen diplomfUe misaton* to Kj determination to Mumpli in a \ a i*. More, the hustling activity t • Arm) ha*, to show In tha one contre would convince any M P %  I ion >i IO-.V'S debate ilia: thi £293.000 vote for the college thll year Is well deserved—and will be well spent. Scores of regimental olk-eis art leing schooled here bv front-rank professors lo provide the atnmi~wilh a super -trainetl %  loMfcg sc-.entlals After two oi three years of study mnii ot the II unifoi-m will he post. ed to Held unit* Others will work with civilian "bofflns" In Government defence laboratories. Th* Atom . Their job will be to ?ee that %  lighting man needs Is made known to the scientists who ilt^iKn intricate weapons like atom b-mbs and guided missiles. They will ensure that the roperjy deegneti for use in action So Wisely! n> t sUnCAM riNCHUt In .lie laboratory, battle. reasoned offlcers were being %  hewn the principles ot guidedrockei inechanisms. Others were iho i>ackground to thatonUt' Immb by expenmentlng with roaium. Ket door three Canadian ooV ran operating . spliti tii. a tu pliotngrap'i a bullet in flight. In the biggest and bc-tt. equipped electric a l-en(pnaruig laboratory' I hove ever seen, a dozen men were, experimenting with dynamo* and motors. Young oflion fresh fro^t Sundhorst were operating th-; latest t) pes of plane-spottin i equipmeni in the radar department Worth Millions Eveiy kind of tank and lorry engine was being studied fn the meehanica!—engineering shops Nearby, in a huge hangar, other offleers were investigating the design of foreign lank*, guns, and xockct launchem. The whole array of equ pmenl n.ust be worth millions. But it has been built up at the smallest possible cost Full use is being made plus war stores and captured loreign equipment Intricate devices, such -s -i supersonic wind-tunnel, have been built in the college work'J the country's nnent brains are on the spot to train the Army scientists Sir Reginald Strading. Britain's No. I wartime expert on Civil Defence, Is in charge ot the ^tafT Famous men like radar pioneer Professor Holt Smith, and aerodynamics expert Professor O. G Sutton. work under him. Double D.S.O. The military stuoie* are directed, not by an academic man. but by one of the moat widely experienced combat sold ers in the Army—53-year-old Ma)or-Gen_ eral William Eldridge. a double PS O. He never lets toe officer-scientists forget thPl they are pnmarilv lighting men. What I have seen here v nees me that the Colonel Bli.np mentality Is playing no part in the technical reorganisation ol ihe Army I report with pleasure that my view is strengthened that Britain ia already much better prepared lor defence than most people believe. OPENING TO-NIGHT at 8.30 AT EMPIRE THEATRE orrne ytAR •fie-**" 0 *'/. 'i man CUNNINGS i^UaVn f* AIRFIELD-IS The Amitout AthU'lu Assoct^ %  „„ ul l!arbdo> will hold llwli „„ ,. „. „,..,„..„.,, Annual Stortu rnwnj! al J !" School, n SI IV:,-, Olrtj undri Mngtcn on May 14th. wnn Monn A |, Smmll Oirls col all lhr !" plaoc and ,n n ,lm,lar race lor HANDCLASP PACT LEADS TO LAWSUIT Leg, %  all Wins By Default day and also for two more days (n Mav 17th and lth. This I* ihe first time that a three daAthletic Sports meeting will be held locally, and from latest developments there is great promise lhat it will be a success. The fact Is that due to the early arriva <.ne thing .... colonial Athletic Sports meetings "iiv. beei fetal wo under 11, All Saints Bora llnih schools repeated this feat in the over 11 division. Waterman came first in the Coleridge School 100 yards flat: •5 2. !" thU ,CV .no <-bl" WJJ r ,i. Thomson ran „ and ano!hcr. no lola.; ?'""'-„ ..,„ k ....... ,. T. Haadley won Ihe under IF STM U> to now. Thll dMum" l" •• Old tor race nwttMn make, Iho att Jj*. 1 W B. Ch •raua o_i o eawa—*aaaa POST OF SPAJW, April II Ralph l.egall, ropresemiiig .. baiioa, aron I I Bame a^aglrajl R Stuidv (Jamaica] when 'he opgfl >>can am mg matches '.f the BriUsh Caribt of lnew bean Brandon Trophy Tenni Tournament look place to-day of these two colonies very l in partaking in the Barbados Sports and already in,uines have -ei n ive.l from %  evend TrinkUtd Cycling Clubs. These Clubs include a numhei f promlneiu evelists In the Carib" t is hoped that as many i possible will be makg the trip. Among the Clubs i are All Slum. Saddle Barbican Wheelers and icnicd the prizes %  i\cii attended 'r,„V S ''nf T,' t"A"c.r!" b A C u n |J„ nu.nh,,. :,,, ;.U,„k ,f .nwaini. -lid m„„l„ Pholp, and forced ,„ .!„, onlmu... Iall wa. ,gj ,^ w|< „„,„,,.„ wn „ rrccn ,|, nwevi, iMdUU II— and J--" (( | l „, lhr „„ American Oames In ihe other name Jim fai f Trinidad, while Complon iharao,, (JamaicaI defeated Eric 0coM iMa, who rode here yes fayloi It.i,' ,„l" 6— 4. li-2; -3; nnnnsiiimt By M. Hjfrison-Cfay llr.ilrr | South Fasl-Wesl came. \ t K it') &f i %  1111 ITff : \ KOI Sllll Both teams reached Five Diamonds via the amf route on tins hand from n recent Oold Cup ma-xii South opened One Ciuo North t>id One Heart jnd South revcrsea wilh Two Diamond^ lumping to game oo (he next round aner n snglf raise trom North West led &f a i ooui tables In the first ease S A was played toiioncd at % nnd a Ouh run in Pnmiiiv south came oac with • II and runrn i> secooo Club Tbe MMln tng mwiiDs were drn at a and t> •* *cie cashed, ani t K provided tic eleventh iricK The qili'T .t'cntrrr man; rhe mistake ot playing lo in Dtiiium on 'lie opcninii ifgd Cast aon ano hi tnunp return completely upset Houth's liming. Hi eould no lunger make nil Mill Club H fH a V RlM (On last Is a member of Saddle Boys. The A.A.A B also plan to extend invitations to 11 G cyclists chief of whom will tc Lindsay Gordon, whom we also know In Bnrbados. Among the athletes in the Held and track events it is hoped that a number of the Police front Trinidad will make the trip as il.en spurts meeting will be coming shortly before and Ihls should find them in line trim. li> this connection athletes in Bar%  bados should be in a scrlou* training by now as repeatedly In the past the local boys have been beaten, not si> much by better natural athletes, as by better trained nfn It i* hoped therefore thnt the local gentlemen will turn out filter than m in 111....;. II M C K Maanlfleent nMiemae v. Island 7 30 m A Dance will lie given at In* Aquatic Club bv the R*ai A Merchant Navy VVeHav League for r P <> • •** Froi.. NEW ELL RtMiF.KS NEW YOHK. A cut-away model of a farm tractor stands in a ninth-floor room of New York's l.aw Courts. it a '.here to hel,i Judge Gregory Noonan settle a dispute between two titans of industry over a £122,142,800 handshake. British inventor Harry Ferguson is suing the Ford company for this sum on the ground that Ford infringed his tractor patent* The handshake was between Ferguson and Henry Ford the First It started them In business together. Ferguson alleges lhat the Kord company made his (rectors until 1946. and then brjkt the handshake part by continuing to torn out the tractors while paving him nothing. For Henry Ford Jun attorney Whitney North Seymour says Ferguson makes "an extravagant claim that cannot be substanti ated." He argues lhat the Fordson tractor was the basis, for the Ferguson The case is cxpecte.; last from three to six months Before it is over. Judge Noonan may be an expert on every part of a tractor. For the model i there to prove the difference between a Fordson and %  Ferguson. CRITICS are divided over Anna Neaglc's Odette Says the HeraldTribune. At ted with sincerity and c&nvlction:" The Time*: "A pretty punk secret agent—more like a lady tourist from Little Twicketon-Thrums The only wonder Is that the Nazi gumshoes don't grab her earlier." SONGS, not words, should be ured to reach the hearts of the Russian people, says psychiatrist Ira Altschuler. "Russian leader? fear the songs of free men more than any other propaganda," he argues. TV-SFT Is installed in the floor ii.i>, r i"i i seas b" — Hagfrj %  ; %  „ .. ,a. . IT— 04ftHj "" : Hell. Klltk.* %  nd ,„. ii,n.. i. t.as sal Ol.UM ru nu-4 o., Th. LUXURY,. L'.UIU. TakN> Powaar • a .'--.fM! ;if "I aad rafiMMag (i'i>. to >"iii bath. •* "BiMhoti^iaay. Kaaaa UM skla as •oft as aQb arJ IDO* panjarauaa ,,. —.'•!-. Ua* un fr\V >*i \ S^P d '— % %  %  (uticura X> TALCUM Acid Stomach ^relief, DeWnt'a Antacid Powder an be conftdently recommended (oi the quick relief of digestive disorders arising from hyperacidity. Heartbarn, flataleact and all tbe worrying symptoms of excess acd formation in the stomach quickly giee way to this reliable family mediane. De Witt's Antacid Powder qaickly nentraliseB excess acid and provides relief over BUSH -IK AIM OS We have a complete rang* of models including tin latest EBS15. This adapted lo work off various voltage* from ?3 to lit. $118.00 Also other models with and without the famous Telelli" Device. Prices from $80.00 to $168.00 CAVE ISHEPHERD & Co, Ltd. 1003 Broad St. Traftir Don'l No. 24 DO NOT IIKIVr. IF VOl ARF. NOT IN A FIT I'ONDITION spair in,ii, iv ul ,1,1c h> CANADA ORY lur s.lrr Molorlnc. [aland Football XI THE following have been selected to represent the island at football this afternoon at the (larrlson against a team repre tenting the H.M.C.S. Manulfleeii: and Miemae:— S. I, Smith (Empire). Grant (Empire). Bnwin "Spartan*. Git Bpartan), Cadogan (Bpsn lam. Isluuael (Barbados Reg) mi'iin C'.ipl Chase (Spartnm. D.avletl .KllH-liel. Wilkes (Lodge). Lucas (Carltoii). and %  > Si c Hutchlnson (Carlton) Players unable to lake part will notlfv the lln: % %  ..". ScvretaiA of the I1AF.A, Mr. O. S. Coppin, at once. The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: 5.55 a.m. Sun Sets: S 10 p.m Moon (First Quarter) April *. LlthtLne: 4.30 p.m Hlsn Watei: :.< a m IU p m YESTERDAY Rainfall (Codrlnshm) .0i In. Total for Month lo YeW>day: ? in. Temperature (Max.) 44.0 F Temperature iMin.) 115 F Wind Direction iH am) t: | E. 13 p m ) Ii S E. Wind Yeloelly: "> miles pel hour. II omeler: <9 a.m i !<(.99.\ 11 p.m ) 19 S06 AS • Thi* wonderful, new granule yaaat keepa freah for week* on the pantry shelf. And it's so easy to use. .lust sprinkle into lukewarm water. Let stand 10 minutes. Then %  tir When dissolved, one package try Pleischmann'i for delicious results. U-M Pleisehmann's Dry Yeast today. For Yaor Haalth's Sake— try Fleiachmann'a Dry Yeast dissolved i fruit juice, milk or water. Like equals one compressed yeast cake otdtimc foil yeast—H helps tone in mn rr-ipe If you bake at home up your system. I They'll Do It Every Time VTMEN SARSOyLE WAS SO SICK HE COy-PNT EVES LOOK ATA VITAMIN %  MSLET.PTMLINE KP HER 8CST TO WHET HIS &f APPETITE-. — lOOH.XAR— ^v WHAT YOU LIKE THE J MOSTEST-CUICKEN i TETRAZZINI /AMD A I GREEN SOODESS l SAUIP—/AW.CMONV VOU SOT TO FORCE JL lOURSELP—JUST ) v A LITTLE wre.—y MX — By Jimmy Hatlo 'ELL-SARaoyLE A"N"0 ms APPETITE „ ARE UP/AND AROUND AGAIN ••• SO WHAT DOES THE MISSUS DISH UP NIGHT AFTER NIGHT-^ Q H and piotectiag t H stomach liniag. M ANTACID POWDER N.ut-ii.i.i Add Soefiai Slemach acn imiag. .'.... • tor ul. i.Jr from hem. Carry a law • N..,i,„..-,i DaWITT'S iii,


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FUMY, VPBI1. IX lftil ISAKH.UH.-. ADVOCATE .mil I. WHAT FOREIGN SECRETARIES EVER HAD SUCH QUALITIES? UU'Uth Olput < ,iift Hn [ "ui"' manner HU capoctlf to tonttie IIU cttpacttt lot *ip!cttnu u,ih tki upward rHe iear/*i. atMk •"•oif nCC*Mtonal ting HttU :l'fo*'i london gsore-s aeme* American Column 20 Men Look Out For Danger Canada To Give 0Sfy Bars World NeM Tips Danger Liner In 1951 Census ,.„.. New York Busiest Harbour In The World From NEWELL IKil.l KNEW YORK NEW YORK CITY The Port of New York Fran •I %  i in I NKW YO.IK IrolaUotunt Coinrcwmen often ctuuri i inin.ui l. M'. inn there w plenty of patriotic Americans who sec things -I.ITeieinly^-and are prepay ,. do rn.ch.na abou, £-£ !" ~ it. *r\ formed th* the Twenty such "Committee or Danger" recently Its memben include former Secretary of War Robert Patterson; James Conaiit. Harvard University's chief: nd Dr. VanMWT Bush, who durinn the last war headed the 30,000 America terminal and loading facilities OTTAWA NEW YORK. The Port of New York is uV are neceasar>. Some 2.500 tug When Canada launches her 1951 A haunted Uner sailed out of largest and busiest harbour In boata, barge*, lighters, and othci xi June she will b* New York on April 4 for England the world. Coropmmg an area auxOiary boats are maintained trlvtaM| to maintain u world %  *** port* east — perhaps never of 1.500 square miles, the Port Approximately 25.000,000 squar* li'iidei-shlp In census-taking she to return. handles on average year about fM of warehouse space are pro raptured almost M0 year* ago. Sh# *• *"• Pol"* liner Salary 120 million tonj of freight > ided for cargo that cannot be In 16C6. an obariire little French '" which Communist Gerhart In 1949 mona than lO.SOn immediately distributed. Itug< tnlonv harking her wav out of %  %  *•" led from America to bevessels sailed from New York crania, mounted oo fixed founda UM wilderness. CaM ODm *?'* %  %  * German piopaganda |„ the -ame Btaiod, .-omc 8.50ti Honk on trucks, and on barge: In the title of the first country to cfl |*'__. „,. . *h'P* cleared the port of London, supplement the hoists on th* take a namo-by-name census in '" %  *""* memory which the wcrld's second major nai hips, enabling the easy liftin. of -ton machine IOOUOI Ma Eatablished in 1921 by tr—tv * 1 Orders How she got that title Is a story P-—„.. that goes back centuries before, when gi ape-vine whispering that a etu-us was coming brought fear lest kings were m march nwaln searching for new tax f.urces and •'•••nith. haunt* the Balary. Because Pobour. land is under Communist domination th* city of New York refUNd In 0M the Batr.-y a place to dock. She had been using the „ ?_French Lines pier near Cunard' I 0 ,'* '? „ !" P*r 90Bui !" •" "* mouths or the Hudson. -—;•,' „„.,„,,,. ..,,.... Ing atom bomb, which could R-rtla... Paaanic. and Hackenwck fSJL^SSS^LmS^hit blow up New York. River*, the New York harbour A 1#r *T *„JZS?,K* for, of N Each time the ship dock*. Cutha, a frontage of approximately %  >• U ."V"? h ^J.~ "V^'T I tlihe the ship docks. Cushas a frontage of approximately i-spedors take geiger 520 mile*. Two hundred.deepNowadays, of :oume. thi' tear j dispelled bv Uie fact that .id scientists who helped produce the information, g> en to the censusatom bomb. taker Is secre*. It can be used They have put up a considerjor no other purpose than for able sum of their own money to i no compilation of national and pros such politically unp.ilaU.blc nglonaj statistical facta. No man things as putting the ltt-year-olds ca ti be sued; no man can be taxed into uniform and sending laige L n the information he gives. He from stem to stern. She is under long, service overseas traffic numbers of American infantry to can, however, be hauled into close guard by the police, and the Most of the large passenger Europe quickly < .irt if he refuse* to give it. ew do not get shore leave. liners, including the Queen H.saMueh of the committee's monev n,it for centuries before, fear out just as big a problem for beth and Queen Mary, together goes in expensive bi-oadcasting always walked with the census. ccur l y officials %  the fact that with a few cargo ships, dock at -,,,,, -Europe is the next great In ancient times, the census proie Batory is so convenient for the west side Of Manhattan prize Russia seeks Europe must vided the source by which kings !" comings and goings "f Red hdand, only a tew minutesride not fall That i* the message they increase their wealth and raised agent* and propagandists Eisler from the heart of New York keep repealing conscripted armies Babvlon took P'ovcd mat City. Other shipping tie* up at THE F1K8T speedboat steeplel^?** •long the New York State boats | ountkMsj tractors, lumbe .uiii sin.ill powcrdrivei lilt truck* shuttle like ant. between the ship* and the pii %  xnhoAiaaa, liaiuhiiliil i h nuintllMTn of freight. In I94 almost 30 million ton M unoorui and exports, valued a ly *7,000.000.000. or 40 r ms inspectors take g^ger 520 mile*. Two hundred dC4f> ?&.*£ JS 3"!L!l unters aboard and_go over her water pier*, all at least 450 feet f^^^ domWrt c mm The task of operating Nev 'ork's compiex baraOUl ry mean* job* for many thou* i is of oen-ons. FRANK PERKINS lli.xl M crow near Uie little village of Pearl River in New York Stale. An explosion followed. Franks bullets had touched off %  fireworks factory concealed ay tree*. fire brigade* were alerted Hit __ the ... .aised agent* and propagandists Eislei intad armies Babvlon took proved that i-cn*us in 3,800 B.C.; China had TH a census in SX-M^C; Rome had ttlw i-KuridTXsvTtoe'lJK. "^ New Jersey SUW side. i onsus-takerin,600 B.C. leaping 20 feet into the air off a the naroour But It took William the Con wood e„ ramp In an ll-mlln Millions of ton* of foofi>. raw qucror or England to almost put CO urse they had to slide across materials, and (imshed productan end to them His survey In a i,,^ spit „„{)„ me i r own are imported each year througl: 1086. known as the 'Doomsday momentum i-nd croas a Onishtng •"* pon ot Kew Vork. M express pui i lne a 0 feet up on the grass from which the Book'". wa for the Manv peo)le thought it was an poM of finding out the value of lhp wa)er Three of "six 7 entrants nd motor trucks pick up the atomic explosion. Frnnk himself every estate In England and the stayed th* course. One shot into goods and distribute them was knocked bockwani I I ng owing to the Royal Trea*a u^. throughout the United Stales A river. Nobody was hurt; not cv HENRY FORD the second is vast tonnace of exports In greut the crow. I" ""' Nf w world, censiises going to give 70 son* and daughvariety likewise Dow, outward THE college basketiLiil l>iiilM>Kun springing up in Vie loth ie rs Q f Ford Motor Company emthrough New York to all parts of scandal still rumbles .>n. Columncentury. But they were not on a ployee* four-year college scholthe world. Twelve railroad lines ist Ilobert Ruark gives this reason name-by-name baaU until Canada arshirs. They must be m th* upper and hundreds of trucking com for the sudden tremendous poputhen called New France, stepped third of their aecondary school pa men cenverge on the harbour P-O-S MAY GET MAIN AIR CARGO BOND PORT-OF SPAIN, Apid 10 Establishment of a main air car> bond In Port-of-Spain for al' Derating airline* Is now under .. onsideration. In this main air from cargo bond, it is reported that air usands of railroad cars cargo will be stored by Ctuftotn r all operating airli I for Ptarco Is siat A Minila tag Mfsji Had class to qualify. And father gets sacked while they nrt In school, the scholarship will go laritv of ski-ing this winter into the picture. eTn^^wTm'untan;^ *" ^ Fir*t Modem Census ARE Ame^an O 's overl.wided 'The census of 1666." s-ys with equipment" An Inquiry Into .s .rfnclals, was the first modern AJMWCA'8 HANSARD asks 1 i^t w*r conditions savi* vw, census on a name-by-name basis, Congressmen to list "salient facts" Manv wldiera are luefidto hive taken for a fixed date by a peri n their careers for brief biograheen ^ t "U> cer.au, -u-.nr sonal canvass, showing age, sex phlea. High polntr listed by repmVCly Imruuiuy tt3 had too much i I oecui>aUon and resentat.ve Chester McMullen of on Seir baX. enniupl cond.tion of *flch perFlon^.J^hU^fe^story: "Made AMERI' "AN business is pricking incidentally. th* population CO*T of running a ear per up Ri ears over Japan. The tn rn showed a total of 3.215 year for the average motorist is liDuiivM eager for new investors, inftuibUanta: cecau*e them, and once again C rarrylnit the two-w argo. To handle such amounts of freight. ivorld this Police said it was a traffic hazard irhine* foi Shadow Works Start Again Venezuelan Journalists Visiting Trinidad %  From Ovr Own CfrmpondrnH PORT-OF-fiPAIN. April 10 I /iichin imirualtsts wil! nd 12 days in Trinidad as the lasts .if the Tnnidad and Tobago 1 I I I .'IN) \ -:." %  in Trinidad and six in tensive T> h;igo flow of Senior Short Story Competition The Evening Advocate Invites all school-boys and school glrlt between the ages of 12—IB to enter for its Senior Short Story CemeetllUn. Stories can be on any subjert. but should nut exceed 600 Wordl in length and must reach the Short Story Editor, Adv*cate O*, Ltd.. City not later than Wednesday every week. The best sfn e. will be published In the Evening Advocate and the winner will reeht to '> tend the eeuri hi. day. told definite! % not 1 j %  n> kind I "I n>ust entrj**HB** I •dded -The tuMetktti that a asm., nuitht I* .id.ied to t".propert> when Ihe Uarkl stai!. it. prcssly turned down b) ernt>r ((1. %  Neville) Krause Mid thai Uark ring wlte nrtUn'1 s^tnrne! some tln\c He and his a;. I Is believed 1 1 ui %  n Saturdea I 000 In "expansi >'. ment A race track ;.nd 'club house* ill be among iniprov. n iirifuin Denkai i\ole €n Jaji Trvah LONDON. April II TIM i.ii:!.h roretgn OMr lodaj denied Pics* reports that a nothad been pnsntnted BO ttv Guvi 1 DBagni ul Hn* lmumst participation m th* 'apa net e peace in tnmunkfti F'-ieiitii uffii. %  DOkosi 1 communique is %  %  Prime Min**t*| \ item Triiuian. laid I (fnlted BtBll I I t 0 differ on th* subject on which %  nMsMBI \-as ,-utitle.l :.. 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The aircraft industry will do the job in Britain, the motor industry will do it in the U.S.A. Handley Page. Short and Barland, and A. V. Roe will produce the Canberra jet bomber as well as the English Electric Company, * t c lon ber designers The Bristol Aeroplane Company About 400,000 ball were used In 1950 to finish the in tenors of American-made automoare „, ^^ (n building" tne~Sc biles. Other materials used wem Havilland Venom while a number The first course to help induswool and foam rubber^ A recent 0 f other firms are helping in_ th* trial isls in the use of isotope; radio-aciive element tirvev by the U.S. Department production of De Havilland Vam-waV'openof Agriculture of 6.648.238 closed pire fighters Rerwell Production of Qloster Meteoi Name Age School remi Il*me Addraaa ,„rs and 234,121 convertibles has revealed that most of the cotton fighters Is split between five dlff was used in making headlinlngs. erent aircraft manufacturers with %  eat padding, and car sheeting, factories as far apart as SouthWnol was the leading fibre used In ampton and Manchester, upholstery and side walls, while The secttons are taken to the wpnu j Gloster works at Gloucester for assembly. %  ... n • a In the USA, Ford, Chrysler I T, "rnlmitv I eral Motors Corporation have retronie circuits and the hazards of a m 5 mbrr '' th SEStt' In reived a big contract for the proradioactive materials. think, than 'he one who sees it n ducUon J ^ Curt) „. Wrlgnt ^ The experiments carried out in terms Of tragedy A ** engine, which In tneality is the these Harwell courses will give humour, you see helps us to preBritiMh Armstrong-Siddeley S*pindustriallsU ample experience of serve a balanced view of _<•*. phtre Jet motor. ihe methods of radiochernistry. Dr. J. E Johnston, of Harwell's isotope division, will conduct the first course. Three later fourweek courses have been arranged. —L E 8. and it is when that bauanceit The" Sapphii thai the trouble starts. The world's most powerful aircraft kmd of trouble the world Is facing engine*. American reports indikftathH eate that It may be used for a new < %  asjsji stokes speaking In a fighter being built for the United BBC pregraaame). States Navy.—I.X.8. LOOK YOUR BEST Your hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it'.'. Vaseline' Hair Tonic Just use a tew drops a day... then see We difference! Buy a battle today! 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PAGE FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOfflTE I'-lrlrd br lh AdvocaW Co. L*.. Broad St. BrtdMlown Friday. April 13. 1951 MM >ll SI III 4.ISI I II WITH ihe passing of the Adult Suffrage Bill giving the right lo vote to every person who had reached the age of 21 years, the old register of voters comprising the electoral roll became obsolete and it was necessary to prepare a new register of voters. To this end the Government appointed 213 Assistant Rt -lsU'ruig Officers and these with 122 supcrvis >rs are now.issuing forms for registration throughout the island. The work was begun on April 2 and must be limshed by June in order that new registers can be compiled. The Assistant Registering Officers are already experiencing great difficulties because of obstruction on the part of thousands of people. In some instances it has been claimed that there is no necessity to register again, in others that the registration of women would make them serve as jurors at the Court of Grand Sessions, while others feel that they should be paid to register. Thousand : rtfltM t<> rBgJlttr Oil rvligious grounds. The public must realise that the new Act wiped out the old registers except for a bye election during the year. In the case of women it is not true that every woman who registers will be called upon to serve as a juror because the jury list will be prepared separately from the list of voters. It has been claimed that the fact that every adult had to be registered afresh was not MI (lieu-nth advertised so that the public could be acquainted with the circumstances and the need for re-registering. This criticism overlooks the fact that the coming into operation of the new system was advertised by means of a public notice published several days in the Press. But even if this had not been done, it is clear that the appointment of 213 Assistant Registering Officers and 22 Supervisors whose duty it is not merely to issue forms for registration but to explain to people who are potentially qualified voters why it is necessary to register is evidence of the awareness of the Government of the obstacles. Under the old system of income qualification it was necessary for those who held that qualification and who wanted to exercise their right as voters to go to a Justice of the Peace, swear to their qualification and then hand them to a Registering Officer. The necessity for registering must be clear to all those who give the matter the slightest consideration. With the introduction of party government in this island, it was not enough to leave it to the members of the various parties to register such people as might be of their political view or who might be sympathetic towards their policies. It was plainly the duty of the Government to set up machinery for the registration of all those who might be entitled to vote so that all the people might take part in the establishment of government. The reason for registering is to exercise a civic right by taking part in the selection of the personnel of government. If there is no registration, there can be no voters' list, no election, no House of Assembly and so no proper form of Government. Registration is then the first step in the formation of a government and it is the duty of every citizen aged 21, to till in the forms delivered to them. The earlier it is done the more time will be available for the preparation of the registers and the electoral roll. i -S. Senufor Paul II. Iloiitflii*. propo%e%- A I'I-O2I *aiiiiiM k lor Resisting Aggression I belong to the school ot thought The United States offered to The United States must main, ••hich taUtvW lh;.t ihe United share the secret of atomic energy tain %  foreign polirv of ratUUni State* must strive to help put with the whole world, including Russian BKKieuton everywhere down nggrcsMon wherever wc RlMBla, provided only that there we can. We mut maintain this can. We would do this provided, should be an adequate internapolicy for our own security as well first, that other nations will adctional Inspection to which we as for that of the other free and quately join us in the attempt; would be subject to prevent any independent naUam of the world. and second, that l 'ie places in country from making atomic I should like to emphasize, howwhlch the aggression occurs, or bombs. We also offered to denaever, that we are am the only ones threatens to occur, are acces'thlc ture our atomic bombs under the who should take this Hand %  * to mil forces. same conditions. Kusiia refused nation with a stoke In freedom I favour this because I believe to agree to this international inand independence %  hould nn the thai peace is indtvtBable, and bespcction same. Unices we help, the Com. cause I believe that if aggression. We sought, HUVXHtl the United munlsU could now sweep over all particularly the concerted Com. Nations, to create a pooled force of Europe, Asia, the Middle East. niuiiist type, is allowed to succeed, to resist aggression. Russia failed and Africa. Since this might be it will build up the strength of the to co-operate Russia has hamdone, we must build up our corriiggressors and encourage them to strung the United Nations by bined strength to meet this chalfurther aggression using the veto no less than 44 lenge. t d not believe in "his tclicy in times, evei prior to tne Koreas i^t us determine that our civil-' Older to be aggressive, i believe crisis. utatlon is not to fall and that the in it because I want lha reign of We have helped l organize inice-cap of the police state shall not law to triumph I want all men tetnational agencies to enhance descend upon us. If that were to and nations to be able to live the arts of peace. Russia has happen then the liberties which relatively free from attack, and refused to co-operate with them. we t aK>1 f or granted. ;s the air we hence able to enjoy freedom and We have stripped ourselves of breathe. would illiappeei It justice and tn cultivate the arts our colonial empire by freeing the would be hundreds of years, perof peace. I would like to have the Philippines and giving up rights to haps many centuries, before that United States, as the strongest intervene In Cuba ice-cap .vould roeh. nation in the world, continue to Under the Marshall Plan wc lead in these efforts, although 1 offered economic assistance to all Arnold Toynbajr, in his recent have no desire to dictate to anyof Europe, including Russia and great work on history, says that one, even In these worthwhile her satellites. Russia not only recivilizations fall because of "inpursuits. 1 believe that the ulti. fused to come in herself, but also sufficient response" t ;„, vcry nature to a garri. oul *"*' t-onimunists IwlK The Umt.-d States CSflUlot r*gM son stale that threatens to expand. > h s > a hat *'" happen to us Communist aggression oil over the i n lhc piul| acting through the T" e y ,hmk .. ,he stream of history world by itself. Other_ non-CornUnited Nations, we prevented rtunlst countries should share the Russian aggression i Ir. i the It lies within our power to burden. If we can encourage Dardanelles, and in Greece Actprove them right or wrong, such help by our own willingness nK w nh 0 ur British and French nve faith in the essence of our to resist aggression, it would be allies, we prevented Russian sciz. ?****• namely, respect for the far better than letting the Com. uie of Berlin. individual and a deep desire to tnunists take over the whole Wherever we showed strength > m Prov* human life and if we world, even excepting the West. 1O resist Communist aggression, translate such a faith Into acts. ern Hemisphere. I would rather the Russians hacked down we w ,,? u r" ve J* wc do not have allies with us if we have to Last June 24, however, the w *' rc ,lKe 'y lo ail light Russia than to face Russia forces of world Communism. !" non-Commun.st wor d. if it alone. solid)v backed hv Russia, commitW|U nlv unite, still holds the pre. At this late day it can hardly be ted military aggression across the Ponderonce of power. I, has true that we must debate what whole of a national frontier. Now. more than twice the population of power appears to be the main InRussia has committed its largest ""' L ommil E l ". world It has stlgator of war If it should come satellite. China, lo the risk of genman y umei ,n industrial strength llfMB in era! war, of the Communists. For the moAfter World War II the United If war comes, it will be instiment It is weak in inllltar> States reduced its armed forces gated by Russia, not by us. strength at Its very centre. Bui from 13,000,000 men to 1.500,000 The danger confronting us Is a we can repair this and had only a scant 12 divisions totalitarian Communist danger. Freedom can -in If all free i prior to the Communist aggression The record of Soviet gains gives peoples arc united Such deter| in Korea. Russia did not cut its conclusive proof that it is the mined unity can perhaps still total force by more than one-half, weak and not the strong who are deter .the aggressor: from going has 175 divisions, probin danger. If there is any hope further and can give us peace. It ably the equivalent of 135 to 140 for peace with Russia, we will is confessedly a slim hope, but it American divisions find it in strength. is the only hope for pe, Will The Terror Spread to Bagdad? £X Y-V" K&*AsiA JL Kv s. n..ii n. im. i 'All Not Sweet On Sugar Deal; Bailie Brewing HASH IMPOi PICNIC BLOCK* IT IS an excellent thing for people to spend a day in the country on a picnic. It is an excellent thing and deserves congratulation of those responsible (or organising picnics But it is essential that the organisers of picnics should realise that their excursion is for a relatively small number ol people. The thousands of workers who are not going lo the picnic are still entitled to the use of the island's highways. This right to use the island's highways was severely restricted yesterday morning by the thoughtless action of six 'bus drivers on the St. James coasl road. Instead of collecting their "picnic" passengers off the road, and then spacing their departures in accordance with the flow of traffic travelling on the road at that time, these 'bus drivers lined up their 'buses in close formation and delayed the passage of four times the number of other vehicles wanting to use the road at that particular point. Quite apart from the thoughtlessness of this action, the practice, common in Barbados of parking vehicle! immediately behind preceding vehicles, li antisocial Whenever vehicles have to park in the main roads for whatever reason, it is quit* possible for traffic to continue, providing that vehicles take good care to allow a space of 20 feet between vehicles No one capable of entering a vehicle is incapable of walking an extra 20 feet. But the 20 feet makes all the difference between the passage and the jamming of traffic. IN MID-AIR BETWEEN It worked perfectly. Many of is making it the most important PERSIA AND IRAQ, the dead nun's friends were so plank In its political campaign The wheels of our VikitiK have iriuhteneri that they dropped .ttta Don't forget either, that Persii hardly shaken the dust of Teher.m wreaths snd (lowers they carried terrorist leader, the Moslem priest bjrport from their stiU-rcvoIvimt j.| U nk away rrom the procession Kashani. has a large and devoted !i>'-end tried to melt into the crowd following In Iraq. An American Embassy courier D f bystanders It I may believe some bitterly leans across the gangway between anti-Western deputies whom I us. "There has been anolher Contrast met at an Iraqi friend's house |i attempt to assassinate the PremBAGDAD What a contrast is only Uie presence of Britain': icr." he says to me. "They told Here, too. as throughout ttv East. R-A.F. at Iraq's Habaniya air me just as I was leivlng." men want to grab the fruits ol ba se that has prevented thing? Yes, there is literally no getWestern thrift. Initatkve, and here going the way of Persia beting away from it Tehehan. technical capacity Nationalisation toT this. viih its terror rule ot murder looks to them the simplest and Sold one of them, with general umnurs. pursues us into the quickest method of achieving it. approval: -Let the British wiuiiky, Kighteen deputies of the draw their garrison from Uie ulr For the past fortnight I have Nationalist opposition have put b w an an 8 of thieves and ro&bon KSsnsslnation reports like this n a ment demanding nationalisarultn K a "o exploiting ua will be per day. Most ot them are false tion of the partly British-owned •'"her dead or abre Whether they are siKmlani-ously i, m Petroleum Company and its Rut ,hp companies gel out ated or deliberately planted u l>sldlarles In Bara and Mosul. raa nas already Sl one lot of by the Communist \inrlci ground. The Government itself has lei American-! Lined up as coas some say. I do not know. it be tflnown—unofllciHUy—h operators. But they aie just U effective u.i failing redress of its grievances Nerve War the real thing in cowing all those by ihe companies it is consideru/K-r, ..... ,_ t. J ... who have doubts about ^ie ing natlonalisaUon as a means of u "w ".,, 1 il, ^ '" idu,t irc \ feasibility of the terrorist (and ending the -'most unsatisfactory!" ZS,*V\i ."£.* £ rmm Communist) sponsercd national.Basra and Mosul concessions. """!*'*"* of „< *s *'><<; Tydings. But there ,s no stampede as In *£?*&?*"„£! £$S£ Tchei.in. %  'Wait and see how tiul firms of corporation lawyers, things go in Persia." is the watchthe Texas oil magnate Rav Kyan! MOST telling episode yet was word. Critic*—even Nationalist'! associate of the 110-and-camlni the funeral of Dr. Zanghnneh. like deputy Salman Shaik Daoud Sherman Hunt COnCOrn, oil expert the Education Minister In the —speak up against nationalisation W. Gorman, and the British oil Razmara Government, who died without fear of being assassinated financier F W. Itu-kett. of his injuries after being shot ns traitors the following day. At the Invitation of Premier by a theological student. Tho "Reason" says Daoud "not cmoNuri. the parly made a tour of Government was reported to tion. must guide our decision, the 87.000t So much nerve host ilu crowd. The ;nob. led by Make no mistake, though, diswar. But like nil war it Is d-.n^.itn organised terror gang, boned pinall this healthy realism, oil !: % %  ri d .it t^< mourners and nationalisation is a live uma now upbraided them for honouring "• in Bagdad, and it is likely to beF.;ist MOOX, traitor." come livelier still. The opposition The Mofc Boos specially in an inflammable ituntion like that of the Middle —1..E SOI'R KEADEHS SAY: W iiluu* Fund To The Editor. The Adrocole— I lbs t'lihrrnmi "wii 1 Trul Bay • u i'.iii | lad Hi BSSffS* \ii. Carter, Ed*w*tr< i ijj--.ii" the lost two days I It Bathshehn ntakta • In aid of the widow children of Herbert ,ho was drowned at ftthlpsj on Monday SIR—For liave been n collection and seven Goodman. %  sea. when morninn. I am enclosing n list of subscriptions up to date, and I would i. vn irataral if you would i>e kind enough to publish this, and any further amounts that your reader* may be kind enough to ontribute. This Is a TOT) d*J erving case as the last child is only eleven months old. and tln'ic are throe othei> am lei nine >...i. of age. I have given the widow a sum to carry her over the next few days, and urn opening I Savings Account with the remainder Any subscriptions could he sent either to me at Hie mule address or to Mis< the Aslveciiie and i taovrledgod Bi-maliiJ,! ol a .urn toOtftSl b;, Ml HO. Rmlas* und Mr*, llowr < %  IS on Th . LeonardChurch utittnf lo RaOxhrtoa C 81 \h On >alS* Mr. -111111100 a IS 60 ITInrWd Wallm: Mr A. Cumbcrbatc l\ Mr Kail A ( I.. William* 1 00 3* 1 OS Mr Br*(. 11 Mr. % %  eg* M Mr. A Mil. Kltiot Wllllami %  J ~> It D'Arcy llinkton rwil lloiaer 11 11 Mr A Mr* C M. Howe 10 Mr. Chrichlow M> Mr A. T. Ki.-.B Sa.Mr i< TUtrpht-id lt Mr*. Maud Holder 11 Mr W John W Anotivmeui aubiciipUon* Bathtfteba 1 SI ssst* Paid BSta Savins. Acem al in th Bank Pi c IfOttl %  %  T. HOWE Whitehall. Cadrtagtao HID April 12. 10S1. H./. Cricket Ttmm To tlic tdilor. The Adrocorr— sin Allow me to add m> c.uota of disgu.-t to thiuinwini pile stacked up In connection with the manner In which thiWM h. uies Cricket Board Ol Control is t;andlmg the I9S1 West Indies Tout to Australia. They seem to know nothing about what is really hap pening. care less about keeping the public informed, and have nt regard whatever about who is disgusted whether h§ be player, cm ployer. or Just enthusiast like mv MB I sympathise with Frank Worrell, and al] the other chaps whi i^re awaiting the decisions o£ ihi august body whiah Mvm> In tn Way anxious to expedite matter one way or the other. Perhaps th. President. Mr Nufies, may not b* the Mussolini-like ilgure your ver %  fiaflaj Spoils Editor ninjures hirr up to be. and there may be som< good reason for not telling us wha is really igoing on But for goodness sake do tell US -omething Don' let us imagine things, becaust 11 und of rumour contain.' at least 2 ounces of fact. Tell us what you hav. do, am who. if anytKi.lv at all. is really t< blame for UM delay. Please reinoinbcr we u %  ndlng our best team tr Australia, and would even suti pay Mtra if I cessarv to do so. Yours. KXPER1ENCE. OTTAWA (Staff). Canada is in a bitter fight over supar at Torquay Poavtbk) reporcusslona on the Empire preferential tariff structure and especially on Canada's relations with British West Indies are considerable. The litfht centres on efforts by Cuba lo Ret a share of the big Canadian sugar market, worth $76 million last year and given almost wholly to Commonwealth sources of supplv. One presently unanswered question is: what is Cuba willing to pay in concessions on Canadian manufactured woods as a quid pro quo? j Australia and other Commonwealth spokesmen meanwhile are fighting to retain | this lush business within the preference framework. Legally, Canada is bound by her preferen-, tial siujiir rates negotiated under treaty with B.W.I, in li2:>. WV Can't break this agree-1 ment. But we could nullify its effect by I buying sugar at the full general tariff rate either under subsidy or by direct government purchase. $11 MILLION SUBSIDY Unknown to most Canadians in all this is the fact that as consumers, they paid a cash subsidy of about Sll million last year to give their sugar business to Commonwealth countries. This means clOM to a cent a pound on all sugar which Canadians import. AH but about 1'. of our sugar imports came from Commonwealth sources in 1950. Of total imports, $16.4 million came from Jamaica; $13.6 million from British Guiana; $11 million from Australia; $10 million from Fiji; S7.3 million from Barbados; $7.6 million from Trinidad. Only $414,000 come from Cuba and a like amount from Dominican Republic. The present British preference arrangements date back to the B.W.I, agreement of 1925. At that time Canada granted the B.W.I. a protective preferential concession of $1 per 100 lb The preferential rale in the 1920 treaty with B.W.I. had been 83.2 cents per 100 lb. Between 1912 and 1920 it had been 15 cents. Since the present tariff against Cuban sugar is $1.28, this means that theoretically, Empire sugars can charge anything up to the world price plus $1.28 and still retain the business. In practice, the rate of Empire sugars is sol a litile below what the traffic will bear. Instead of $1.28. the present Empire rate is about $1.13. This means that the effective Empire preference is about 85 cents per 100 lb. STEAMSHIP SUBSIDY Twenty-live years ago, this protective preferential protective concession by Canada, when added to our annual subsidy lo build. operate and maintain the Lady Boats in the B.W.T. service, was Canada's contribution !<> mniiitcnance of traditional trade relationships between this country and the B.W.I. In the '30's. this preference cost Canada several millions annually as compared with the price she could have bought the sugar on world markets. The steamship subsidy was cumulative. Until the war it had cost about $2 million annually, inclusive of interest on capital investment. When the treaty was tigntd, there was an important quid pro quo by way of ptwfiaTential treatment for Canadian manufactured goods in the B.W.I, market. At one time, upward of 2,000 individual Canadian exporters were doing business in B.W.I. For many, this was their initial introduction into export business. But since inconvertibility and Ihe dolla ihortagO, Canadian manufacture! s have been having a rough time in B.W.I. Last year, total Canadian sales thero slumped one third. On a volume bMfcl GUI exports last year were 5;< less than in 1938. They were less than one quarter our volume of trade in the peak years following the war. Just recently a new trade liberalization plan has been introduced. This gives Canadians a hunting license in their old stamping tiounds. The maximum trade they car obtain is 50' of postwar sales in some lines; 33J '.< in others. This is the background into which the Cubans have hurled their demand for some shore of Canada's sugar business. THE WHOLE PAMILY C0NG0LE11 With FELT BASE Braulilul PulUrns Cut to Your Requirements SILVER STAR CONG0LEUM SQUARES with Fell Base -3X2! yds. and 3 > 3 yds. j^ Just the Floor Covering you have been waiting for WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER rim. II: 4472. 487, 4413 & CO. MR. BAKER I! I li MM MM aawN iA>;.ri//i a BULK... )t:s: /('.< flbra .tjafa GOLDEN ARROW FLOUR FLOUR WITH GOOD RETURNS OUTAINABLE YOUR WMOlSSALfR .'.','.'.'.'.•'.'.'.','.','•,'.'-*.'.-. -.'.'.'.-.-.'.-.'.-.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.*.'.',','.-,-.'. -.-.-. <^L Choose from a wide range of fitting, single or double breasted. Style in fine Grade WORSTEDS and GABERDINES. A big assortment to select from • DA COSTA A .. LTD. i ***-* * ^* * * *+ J +>+* TASTY BAKERY GOODS SEEK TREAT* REVISION Long before the Cubans raised this issue at Torquay. Canada had indicated informally that she wanted to revise the 192.5 treaty. For the past two years there has been a strong feeling in Ottawa that we were paying far too high a price for the sort of concessions now being allowed us by U.K. authorities in this traditional Canadian market. One important feature of this preference is that the B.W.I, gets no direct benefit from the fact that they have become big dollar I it earners because of these heavy Canadian 18 purchases. Last year, our purchases from B.W.I.! reached a new record figure of $67 million But the $37 million balance of trade in favour of B.W.I, goes direct into the dollar pool iti Britain. And the complaint is frequently voiced in B.W.I, that since the balance of trade turned so itiongly In ihrn favour, there has been no commensurate relaxation in import restriction Canadian goods. %  NBBQT FOODS KELLOGO'S ALL HRAN KF.LLOGG'S CORN FLAKES PRUFF WHEAT PUFFED WHEAT CHOCOI.ATE LUNCH BISCUITS H Alt LEY SUGAR STICKS CALVES LIVED DANISH BACON DANISH LUNCH TONGUES JAR ENRICHED BREAD 8 c & VEGETABLES SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL CANADIAN APPLES CANADIAN CHOCOLATE NIT ROLL CANADIAN (HOCOLATE BARS ERESII VEGETABLES CARROTS ROOT l VBBAGK STRING I1F.ANS CHR1STOPHENES ordrr earl> from (JODDARDS FISH SMOKED HADDOCK SMOKED KIPPERS RBD SALMON RCD SNAPPER GRADE A MEATS 5C5^K;K^Kc;;;-.c:'.:';'.-'^vC5r=-.



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FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1951 BAKBAOOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE St. Lucy Churchwarden Asks For "No Friction" MR. K. L. WARD. M.C.P., was appointed Churchwarden of St. Lucy for the ensuing term .9!. 1-52. when the St. Lucy's Vestry met yesterday. The nomination was made by Mr I C. Sobers and was MCOOdvd by Mr D. E. Webster I MM .l|| \<. I II MOM. H Mr. Wart said that as the lot! foil on him, he was prepared to do his best for the parish. He would live up to expectations of the parishioner* and carry on the good uork started by his predecessors. Idwas hoping that during his term of office there would be no friction, but rather cooperation among the boards and Vestry on the whole. Hearsay, he said, was responublv for lot<> of friction. He was Biking the Vestry to deal with lawfully and maliciously wouix:hard facts rather than hearsay. ingCeraldineHlnkson in her foreHe realized that the response head with a pine joist. The incibillty of a churchwarden was a dent occurred along Lukes Alley, great one and that he had a big Labourer Fineti £3 lor Wounding A FINE of £3 In 28 days wiin an alternative of two imprisonment wa* imposed on Athelbert Aahby. alias Hraatha* or cal Brown, a 35-year-old labourer of Percy's Gap, Martin dales, by City Police Magistrate Mr. c. L*. Walwyn yesteraay Alhby was found guilty 01 cay A CANE FIRE at Mangrov Plantation. St. Philip, a Wednesday night burnt th n half arrel/icy are the property of Carnngton Estates Ltd. and were insured. Another lire on Wednesday at Walkers Plantation. St. George. burnt five and a half acres of first and second crop ripe earn property of C. L. Davis were also insured D ISTRICT Welfare Mr. Weekee and M 11->ut.it inn to live up to H. Officers Elected ght burnt three and Th e Vestry then proceeded of second cop upe ^T 01 * n offlc0 %  it c mittees. They are H toUom .Senior Guardian: Mr. F. Greaves. Junior Guardian; Mr. C. Yearwood. Sanitary Commissioners Dr. A. C. Kirton. Mr W. I. Greaves, Mr > thc K. C. O'Neal. Mr. J Alleyne and Thoy Mr. N. Slocombe Building Committee Mr J Officers. Allevne Mr. W. L Greavc*. Mr Bl*d> I L. Ward. .Ml C. H. YearPICTURED here i> H.M C.8. Hlcmac ait ploughed It* • *•. %  >**! came Into the Harbour-many member*, of the crew 'ay into CarlisleBay ymUrdsy. As soon as th* crowded thu deck to get a glimpse of the Island. man, are going through inanv wood and Mr. F. A. Greaves. IUM in St. Peter's I .ami Tax Goee Lj> nd Repairer: St Peter land owners will have n pay $i.oo mora pM m r% u land tax tills year than the $3.28 (*•% Mr CoU>„_W.rd_r.d S^SKJ^S districts in Belleplaine In search Organ Time of people to start classes in emE J. Bonvlcr. broidery etc at the nelleplaine Delegates: Mr. D. E. WebsU Playing Fiekl. (Vestry); Mr. Collin V A general meeting is expected to Mr. J. E. Marvllle <9? n *I e *2j t -r be held next Wednesday night to and Parish Church); Mr. C. Birch SZ^^Sl£wi 29'', cenis give these classe, (St. Clement's • ,I J> = K dollar The S* Prter VDuring Miss Hlackman's warch Mr. J J Broome tat. rv dwldc( lo makc lhL increase she met some of the old students Swithans). %  yesterday lo meet the increased TT"pUiS !" TaSSSm. u7ilU Capital Expenditure. Id. iCI.vharl*n.. Mr n *• featir, Mr 1 C. Sob. !" Mr (J t. SaaL Mr W I. Grrtvcu. Mr C II. urn-nod. Mr. J. AIUvn. M.. F. A of Mrs. If. A. Vaughan who i willing to help. She had an Interview with some of them. During the evening a netball game wa played at Belleplaine under the supervision of Miss Rlackninn N INfcTFEN YEAR OLD Jam-; Tavlor a Inhourer <.f Cattle Grant Sl Josenh. ws taken t>^ the General Hospital yesterday morning sulTerlne. from head injuries and detained. He was Involved in an accident with a loaded mule-drawn rart. From Rest House To Furniture Shop THE Admiral Grant Sattori EUat, ona of tba buildings on lower Bay Streat, is now being reconatructad lo be used as a furniture shop. It is tha prOfM tty of Ml Ralph A. Beard, a city businessman. About SO years ago. the late \\ hvaii SeleeMd To Be Attorney < .rn<-nil Of Kenva Flower, Fruit Show RUSSIAN WIT LONDON. Moscow radio reported that a trio of cartoonists known as Kukiynsky were awarded n Stalin prire of SI8,830 for n ,series of earloons depicting President Truman, Prime Minister Attlee. General Mat-Arthur Dean Achcson and Foster Dulles as warmongers. The broadcast, monitored in London, also stated that ihc Soviet Council of Ministers awarded n Stalin prize of $25,200 to the directors, actors and cameramen of the film "Secret Mission." This Russian film portrays Winston Churchill seeking to make a separate peace with Hitler .—Ul 8. E. Hamlet V chased the building which ''J than i small dilapidated on*, '"> tfat Brlttab aV lion BooMa in England lo be used as a resl mmn, This wu done throuah *he InttnunantaUtj <>i : i Grant who eanw out hi ni ihe need for such Mr J. Whvntt. Attorney Gen. .. |„ : -I It ...... eventually opened ,., ;l i iu „ |, ll( | 0 hag hern selected by BtlhOP Bwabey III IBOl, r„r appoinlineui to the poM .t The purpose of this hostel was Attorney General. Kenya. Last year's Capital Expenditure was .B.O00. This year the Vestry plans making extensions at Ihc almsliouse for children (4u.11tcrs and more suitable nurses quartets The organ tuner's salai. nil] W In H ie a e iJ and provision is also made EM an increase lo house sailors who visual he •n Ihc wages of the sanitary emm the days when shipping was Mr Whyati. who was born 1 plovees. Two street lamps will be mostly done by sailing vessels 1905. 15 a Bachelor of Arts of Ox plated on Farm's Road and these which used to remain in port for ford University and was called t new Iteaaa along with Ihe overseveral days Nowadays. sailors the^Ilar^of the loner Tcmpli Guilty of Larceny \ Placed Qn Probation Aftet a deliberation 01 about 4fc minute*, a It nun jury yesterdto UMMd Anglic Hunte guilty of thr %  i a00— valued ai $iol iheir minds that the prosecution as there lo prove their ease erlth out a reasonable douht t)wnei %  hip must be cstablinhcd m a laf ceny case. He ended by subinil ting Ihat Ihey. the (ury. ihouid b very careful how they accepted ihi eviden.-e of Harbour Police Con stable Gill and Harbour PoUd Constable Wilkinson who eraffi witnesses for the prosecution W W Reeee, Solicitor Q*n did not addrtal the hlr) BRUSH... WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH &f llWo-Wii.UKnUit u Urn tnrtl "I id rom/or(aM> eM/rW. tlluiM'i ,,Mr-if*nd tliam a hni dritt tfiar. Wisdom ADOll LTD. Of MEKTfORO. M"in Of rMi I '.'.VAV.::-'.'.%VA'.V. % %  .',:'.',*.',;•.'.; • *; Ferns. ornamental plants flowerinir plants in baskets, grafted plants in addiUon to vegetables and fruit will be among Ihe exhibits ..t the IB* tcenth Annual Exhibition of Ihc Hortleanural society which opens at QtMen'S Park on Satutday April 21 from I—6 p.m. There will also bo a luncheon table decora t ion and those desirous of entering are .isked to communicate with Mrs. T. HH Wilkinson. Plants in pots would be race h ed Ihe day before the exhibition from 9 5 p.m. and cut flowers, vegetable and fruit on the same morrinii of the show betweei and B30 The Committee are hoping not only to have a good attendance but l K<*i many exhibits as W A'cuu will be offered by the SIXTEEN planes from th. Orthid'crrcle t theI, memberH M C S Mnlee„t flew over only lor the best exhibit al the Barbados betwc show. There will be three other p.m. yesterday cups offered to members of the formations. Horticultural Society for the greatest number of points for cut spent amount of $1,654 from last coming here on fteamers hardly raeu DM earriad the Capital Exremained longi-r than a da> or penditure to $57,000. two and so preferred to sleep on Vestry members said that eonthe ship. ditions at the nlmshouse wre bad In the tally years of ihe Sailors and there wan netd for many nest. M. Weekea ana Mr. Grant ch times Pile iu*d to go out on Si.: The Vestry decided to erect the to Irliit ships in Carlisle Bay to two street lamps after a number hold services for the men Berlaxpayers hod written to ask vices were also held It the ft) lei 1917 Tha 6 -i rlna he bt that iwo lamps he put up. Mr. T. S. Chandler, last year's Churchwarden, was unanimously re appointed Churchwarden Members of the V.-M. piaised Mr Chandler (Of his eiu. D in carrying out the affairs of the parish." Mr. Chandler Rave a short report on his work as Church. a rd en last Sixteen Planes From "Magnificent" Fly Over Barbados 1.30 and 2.30 variety Many people rushed from theii prlSof $5 00 to for the best collect blcs exhibited by a f tiool to roof tops to cgetnKet a glimpse of the PfcjM*Others hlood In the centre of the road and looked into the sky chleflv of repairs to churches. Mr. G. Gill and Mr. A. A. Gill were appointed as the two Poor Law Guardians. Mr. O. Gill, the Senior Guardian was %  Guardian la* raw while Mr. A. A. GiP takes over from Mr. T. E. Corbln. Other appointments w e r < Health Commissioners, Messrs T. S. Chandle-. T K Cmbin. G. O Parris. E. L. Bannister and A. Gilt Highway Commissioners: Messn T. S. Chandler. A. A. Gill and G Gill. The Building Committee will be p,.-i 1. 1,-.. 11 %  diaru. The Tax RelUf Committee ..re Messrs. T. S. Chandler, G. GUI. A. GUI, T. E Corbin and C. A. Thornton and were ciinducted either by Ui Weekea .< Weslevan Ulni n or the Chaplain ">f any vlsttine. warship which was in port at the time. During, the following years up to 1929. then ware several additions and enlargements to the hostel. First, %  strip of land was WW\ speaking purc hased. This made possible, a ill front yard, a more adequate ow which was a wing of iwo rooms for the Superintendent and increased space at the back. Spacious :>orm. Next came the addition of a gpss lOUJ two storey dormitory at „ the back of the original premises. .„... For ihb.. a laying of corner stones by Lady O'Brien and her two daughters was arranged in COO nectton with Ihc unveihrg >>' r Governor Sir Charles O'Brien of 1 the Memorial Tablet to Admiral f Grant in IB20 W.IYATT r of Mr. Willinck': Butcher Discharged Hie Honour the Acting dual %  iiKii.i Mi 1; 1. Tayloi ya a terdaj llll IIAMI KKHIXi; >IAtlll\i:S on uiurr wa „ no paw ,„ |llk< t)( |h This tablet was inscribed 10 the m i M7 M Crown Counsel. Hong ,nP UI meinorv of men of the Men amile Kong Fron l94l to l946 he w ,„ Marine who gave their lues in rpcon( |el for administrative work Mr Chandler brought to the the ltfl4—18 War ; Seciei.n., of the Eastern Group ,"trv> auention the water shortThe hostel had restated s„ PP l> Council In India and subOnc man who was paying no al B .mcobel and suggested accommodation for M """ J** lequantly a.s Supply Liaison Ofll%  ittention to traffic was struck on h , orrv nr i wo should 1* sent whom there were such amusecer in Australia and New Zealand il leg b a bicycle. with water through that LW No ments as billiards, darts and card „,. lHmMl .,, ,„ lon Kwg in ,„, — games. Newspapers and jxMiodi .„„, atlod 1(S cuslodmn of Enemy 1 were -lw provided rortlicm. i> rowrlv %  hiring the second World War. two fan laJei ^ Attorney Oen' %  11 %  %  % %  %  > nr u '-I ,.,.., „. ,,,. r .,|,, ri pyTtg tll as it had to accommodate at times 9trwlt9 in Rj(rbad0s h(1 was „,, ""1 *3 Ti,i^ ^ P oin,wl %  King's Counsel were torpedoed, picked up and brought here This continn.il lor Mr Whyati, accompanied h> several months, but with tl.. n of hostilities and UM |„ ri ,| ., decision was reached. The planes, on their tlrst (light hc ma ne r over, were arranged in three groups of four each while ihe other four, flanked formation in pairs. Bound Over The March sitting oi of Grand Sessions eAded >' with the retrial of a larceny case Miaa o. r-nemy Q h( ., u ove ^ fo| S as2S£ t Sr' the'nexf ass.zes-which was om the naln They fie ing Ihe east and after OOVel of the island thin' Mis$ Harbin Dies In Grenada retlrenv rrt 0! Mi Weel %  d'r .in Our (>wi> Correiponlrtii' GRENADA. April U Miss Louie Harbin, Assistant BrtUatl Sallon Boeh Librarian at the Public Library, Mr. Jnmes Huseell to carry while Grenada, and fourth daughter of Superintendent and Port Mil Th 7 to take up b out of Rex v St. Clalr Foste labourer of St. Joseph In which jury could not ugree on e verdict after it was put to them. In that case Mr J. E. T ife. is expected to leave EngBrain ker appeared on behalf of th* the 21^t of April in ordei .neuse.1 Poster Is bound over for appointment he exl 19 ires. The usual auctioneer's bell was Iorme d a "V formation while Grenada, and fourlh da. ghu Kit rung nor was the auctioneer lhe other group remained well the late John HarbH lnspe.to o ng much shouling In a qmcl ,„ ,he .eai The lust gioup then of School; and Mrs. Hfrt^V 0 *" ^ ^.T „.....nner Rut said lo the flU uiuier the others and went at the Colony Hospital shortl. %  ry. wavlhe auctioneer Just said to the View unner the others half dozen men around him. 'Tins inll the lead while the leadinr. Jot—$6 M (meaning MM a bag)? group fell back to the rea One merchant irndded his head lo Following this Ihe %  Indicate that he favoured that ( n many directions. price. No one else took a bid and individual planes when the auctioneer said "One— performing stunts f'thei Two—Three," that lot was sold. nr below the main formats When the sugar Is sold in such lot*, a man of limited cash cannot c, !" u o 11 iL buy any. Among the half a dozen on told th. men at the sale yesterday, there had^er iaid that shi RuaaeU ine s.. %  After M'%  the Colony Hospital shortly gbaut two fter noon to-day. Kngh.inl were ImpriMld thai 'here She was token to the hospital Wil .. ,,.,! nUR -h to be do planes flc* yesterday after a short illness and ant f ga It was costing %  lot M t times underwent an operation this m , ... i for open air Hie i 1 itiuna pur pones That idea, however, never eame to fruition. The building was eventually -old to Commission Agent EX JOY irrierl only the „ Wllfl ,| lcn turned into \ Irani for a couple of yi I l.-f.wn purchased by iiSOUPS TO MU It . SATISFA1TiO SOUTH AFRICAN LOBSTER—per U (.HUM SALMON—Large 6e. (-\MFPF.LLS SOUPS:—CHICKEN NOODLE CHICKEN with RICE, CONSOMME. BOULLION. BEEF. CREAM OF MUSHROOM—per Tin NEILSONS CHOCOLATES—per bar I2c. Nut Bolt. Roseb'ids. Jersey Nut. Jerse> Mi*. Macaroon, Burnt Almond, Crisp) Cr unch, Cherry Cream. Liquid Cherry. <|{!tS CHEESE CRISPS—per tin $1.13 PEAK FPEANS CHEZSELETSpar im $1.24 PEAK FREAKS MARTINI CRACKERS—per tin $1 (H HEINZ PICKLED ONIONS—per jar 79c. STUFFED OLIVES—par Jar $I08 PLAIN OLIVES pei jar $1.80 ST.WSFELD. SCOTT A TO.. i.TIK TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH SAXOPHONE REEDS 1 b Alto. B b I '""i C Melod) CLARINirr RFEBS B b. E b. Are you proud of pour INDUSTHV Well tell Die World about If. Send In pour details today. You have 3 day* Uft only to uet in I'IC YEAR BOOK. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1*51 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS \DV<< Mi. PACI. SCVKN T1UFHOK1 ItM IV char** for MWHMM %  Mir. a. Marriafrs, Deaths, Acai ^l"i'"U, and In Memoriam not* %  J M or. w-k-( and 11 K on Sunday* loi" an* > %  > ol word* i*> te a*. J aerate per >M an tM-4>n 4 'irn M word art Suaaiaf/i lor %  ililffMTwpt IMMMMMI W Cart* OlUnj eharge I* UM lor any mimfcii o( w up lo SO H< • t*im par word tor eeb %  •Mil *"rd Trrm. ra.h I ha*,* UM oat-Mo M and 4 p.m 1111 for B" n m wi only Bftor p-an. DUD RYAN: On April It. 1MI. at hi. dan** radepare Village. 91 PI JOeUTnt B4ENJAUIN SAYAN nan the aaov. i rtowtott Sister U.i MM raid. Jee*, llunte. Vrr. '.-Sen iCeueanai. kDNI rwW.Brether-in-l.,*, |.|*tfOV..Oii IHh April a( hi. Ul* rmdenre Cultor. tt Jama*. Jaaepei KM fwkml leave* the above r %  %  dtP. M at 4 3D p.m la-day lor tk Advaeitlat Chuiet. and ihene* to Iha St James Omelets Ckrar Dt*lMi mill tt'i.hna-ton .earn. Mna Ada ma tatep aasighteri. liana Diayton > Una n.dium lo thank, all thoaa wno aant ua wreaths. caraJa and toltria, sr in any BM ripmaew Iheii umpatllv rau/ed b* Iha death ol Dorothy L'ixh. SI Malthla* ftoad. (firm Chufs-r, ( %  rorfr lonrh i*aii Wila and rtulOirc. Autorin Lyncn 'eon. Ciuaraai wW and Trintdadi and child iria, civile Had llrill ia.rjr.it children' MM' I. I OH SALE AlTOMcrTIVE ALMOST NTw it HP Hadfcrd Van. Qiaaranwa if. rrajuirad gatta Uaaonft* RK"S.. ,J TZS ~ SSTSimtt aently. Apply Court a* y QSfSM. CAB —Hi ona KinaiM | HP IS* noaei. in \er, food oadar a4iwi> ttaotf W 5 &£ •*-v.H C • Janie. t Lvnrtt a c Ud Phan* ssaa II 4 -.-, CAR—MoRWi OXPORO •1AJ 0ON I MO mil** only, 1M0 rbodal -.!• Jarlin OiifTt-, Qibba p K h DialCAK—till.ma, running o'dar 14) Car. ItJS Pnf-e: Owner leaving|.l PI Ml It WALES PI'ttl.H Minus Tea real* par aa!i tin* %  >**** 4. (< •vd II east** par aaota Uaa on Iaadc b Me.aa.aaj, r*4ra* Bl V on taaa-da,i REAL KSTATfc BUNGALOW-Nas-> Cardan., t pa i •MMA every t eas-eawaiiaw WI.JIM UUll-t ILAN&-1U4 aq ft. o( land i Itadlord Lanai. awldMown. lofrinar w.iiiptt li i g Jae-aaa tfcaraaai Inapactioa on •ppUcatx.n to MBM r H Dowrual Car.,, of RaaOuak nra.i *nd %  ad J aaal [_an Tha abova wUi ba ottarad for M* >V pbj PrtoPCMTV C-a.tiU.lnB d.alUrj -t.ndli,, o n . r^,. „, ^ and aiiiiaaad at roroV. Cap BrU^r L ApplT W: C M liaarlda* *r.8ald Juaoa *u*. %  '" r ^ u P" — l a aiM ea a ntl awap *?." **•' P" dwa'a U"a o* 'paaMpa NOTICE "• inrai.h arua r— j,. trr i M I'lLJ M... abfli MUaa** llaM. varv ood r—dlti*n Na Ballary Appl S P rdghlll Talaph, Alt on* CiUaan i> j ,„ Mtiaci tondltb... Son* oalv J.Mo mllr. Pn %  • Appry a*V Aeanclaa Ud \ On PtKla. ina l*>h ln*t • .• r ."r rlB,. No II Hifh Snaac S*iara. Birbadoa fira Inauran. Compaii> TI "Jnara. Barbadoa Ira Com., Umllad. fWO J l 1-, ii.joa.io, navrrnmant O COTTLat CATTOPID A CO., SolKllO" 104SI • I A(,mn. 1.1,1 ttirl£ ELECTRICAL flWFBnam NOTICES MAIL NOTICE AIR MAILS Effective Immediately and until * end of April, tho followins changes iiffecUng air muils to the under mentioned places are notified. Schedules should be amended acc-nrdingly *— Bermuda—11.45 a.m. Tuesdays do — 2.00 p.m. Fridays •Cnnada—11.45 am Mondays do — 2.00 p.m. Fridays USA—11 45 a.m. Tuaadayi do — 2.00 p.m. rrtdaya "By Monday's opportonily to Canada the higher rate of postage, namely 30 cents per 1 of., will be chanted 13 4 51.—In. IlFPAKTMRNT OF EDUCATION VACANCIES IN THE ELDONTARV TEACHINO SERVICE Applications are invited from teachers (women) with at least 10 years' teaching experience for the Headships of the following trhooli: — St. Catherine's Mixed School. St. Philip; Ebenezer Girl';' School, St. Philip. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certiflcate 'A' of the Department of exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teacher; in Grade I Elementary. Schools. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in ra>spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by latter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidaUw should make application on the appropriate form which may btl obtained from the Department of Education. All applications mut be enclosed 'n envelopes marked "Appmnrmpnfs Board" In the top led hand comer and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday 14th April, 1951. 0.4.51—2n UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES EXTRA -MURAL DEPARTMENT A COURSE OF TEN LECTURES on AN INTRODUCTION TO CHEMIRTRV by F. N. A. FIELDS, D.Sc at the Harrison College Laba>ratrv TueadAyi at 7.3w P m. Fee far course: 91.00 Members or Ex,-Mil. A-sftor: 84c. Single Lectures: I % %  FOR SALE "MEDMENHAir PINE HILL A very fine two-storey property pleasantly situated In approx 1*4 acres near Government House. There is spacious iru* well proportiuntvl accommodation comprising 3 reception, dining and breakfast rooms. 4 bedrooms (1 with large .(treating room), butler*^ pantry, kitchen, servants' looms, garage, fernery, poultry houses, etc There is a two-way entrance drive and the grounds are well laid out with lawn', flowering shrubs and flower garden). |g properiy has a pleasant character typical of some of the older established homes in this exclusive area. |a.lb M 'V..Kldbald.P. A F S. F V A Phosir t*4a rlaraUUatn* Buildiiu KtirRIOCnATOR Croalry Hhr-Kador Rrfrifa— U.r J.J cAtHn. Scbool. BeUrplaina barinnlni !-,„ j PJ *"""' "' ** 1 1 •"• •'a*' -lot* .i PWlinj *tMmn Ma | *Th. Al( Srhoolthe North win* lor t paraon A to J Inrluaftf PoIlJiI SIU.M No J Tl %  Sartool — tha South wtif fo•on* ahoae Surname, be|m latter K lo I ineluatv* W AMI H IOR KK.\T l k I.IIM.MI. %  ** r I leaaai war 14 111 I f IHll NFS i td prinaipacv fo 4 laa Cream at r— %  !..Ih D>a. MM \v M iatlor Rr.1 SffR alKj %  S iin-.*.lah and pholoa-iaph and P1-A.TS T> i •aanpartol* ara da lot al Pnui *.,. a, 1 %  • b •iMIna w *M Hat* %  naaaavao.a raaaaanra Apf>l. M... aaaorat wtj i (xraWhad flat r..,nct*a 84 lj.-TTr.ra Oast, atntabir fo racaw' paaapo't cut ('*• aSaU Avatl.bla 15th April. onisPid %  bouM ba aoalraaaeti a ehiialren. no Pati Appl M.< r premiaaa Phi THE RHONDA Uaif* dwalUna hail r am bba Saa naar Caaiabank. WorthnTha above will be aat up (or **K our OSS,* an Luto Slreri .-, IrMai tha SSth dar al April l*l at J a ... Iiiapnttan liunt 4 lo %  pro. *vi %  r|av from Apul lath or on -raiaTlMl lo CarrinatoTi A Sealy. IB4SI In or. will be — *..rd aMakMI lOi Ibal hsabsataai Welch*,. Crarstj church ..,, the era wh. inare u aaeaUerrt bathing It nmn f Open Verandah. Dr.iwiog "id Dim %  ima, Thrrrpaciou. Redroomi L*vIT and> Bath. Kiune^atie On.*! r*nU loom, aid a Oarage and itand SM4 m. fl of I-.-1 lnapr<||i>ii b ^pptunlnriil IVAFlfJV A aCOTT H-..I E,Ulr >,.' Masauna Lane Allev. amtoCELLA .N'EOUS I eTARC rl -.r.ec App BOo | KNTTTtMa HPi.'.NINn CO I IV | Celp H dg* e-lrr-l l"4M • Tt'RKivs m it. rowi.i nrcu* I Al.plGREVN HHi Hrn*d Stteat n.al 1PM int'i If i Irfr nrr-miei Calllawaah .I..I*. Oeuib*. \ . W T C."d "I ThofnoIIIM.VIIIIMI paarr Saarataryahip naob K eepti. Courna ilbMoanlaad for awafw at D.y ma al Aaaw iota ar Pellow. Ideth.. IIADIFV poatal tidy detail'. 'jsr.' I Jaaam-i Land an < W I SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships %  orTIMOrf*> in TS..I (Jhatm In "Agony" NOTICE HEREBY OIVK.N thai .., .1 Oenaral Mr*li ..I h. .1.., I> will be baadj on Uandav. sard IPkl II ( %  p i. at iha H* Ornre. U Swan ftteaet for I'I > %  ol .J. RereiMiia UM UM pa.i VKI I a Camntiita it teat AUCTION MILCH GOAT -aajly l* U rala>r' K.f "" "? J*P1 c %  "•**. -Laora%  ii Rorhlry Trnare or Da Coata A Cm .id Phona SIM or tin IS 4 11.—t f a MECHANICAL Ry inatruriiaaia raeaavad i will aeU *i omial Poliev Si ^ I ion on Monde) iini Mr 14h April. IS}] at : p m IV lii. .owina itema t eartvna Ilia. u in. HI Tina Co.-le>wed MUK. 1J parkagra Tan, Ua Tint Beat, to Uaaa TinII Pa.rBoola. Pool and Purl Pvimp. t IU drauhc Jaaka. 4 Bio. laaia) 1 Shilling Wrench**. Plat. Round and Half-round Pile*. T>r I Clutch Plate D'Arc> A fatott. Ga.l Au.tion**r 11 4 51—4n. aiKr.l nn lerma. llrtculea SUri tins. All modal* In ... A BAIINgS . CO. 1.TB. II4A1.—T ft B aHrr MISi KLLANFOL'S BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel. |n White. Green, Prlmroea with .ruHcklnt jnibi lo comalata eotour aultas. Tap •race A. BAAtfg. Co, Ltd ^ X 1 SI Ifn CROQUET SETS -Baaed quipped al Harr.aoni Sportt pei %  **• it a*r lull. CALP-S POOT JgJXY Tieai, .lot I Calf's Foot Jelly Orange flavour f o at jar for •* Oat n at Bnic raatBathaad ua IE4A1-Ia CUBTAD4 rn-rDCO— POT am.rt window rlyllng. light control. Valansm tta) drapenee. By Klrech. Dial 44JN A. BAIWES A CO.. LTD. 1S.S.91 U4> %  ouldeta. Coatcrala Storta. On! ual Omlacl WILUA>. HINKSON. Hall. St. John 114SI-1B hatra ernor-in-gaeeutiv* Commit' my p.dUc iucUon at Seawall Air Potl on Wedneaday neai Ihe IRh April at 3 a'r lock One tractoi drawn Lawn and M Ihe rifM Ihing for a Cnrhrt r Tcimi. Club II ran be aeen al Saawwll any day eacepl Sumli hour* of t a m la 4 p SCOTT to 4 p m. >ACY A It 4 SIin UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER IS. fttaaia] I Wataon wc at ••Tha Can1 ad Wot i Heal.. Son Sulrb.,.,,,!. Dumb Wane M Chair rilaon qaasaj ana Tabt^ Si ire Tip-Top un HalMand. Book-ahaK-r-a Ptai Top Deak. Tea Tro) Upright and Corner Cha.ra. J with Cuwlion. Aniiuuc Uphola Otloman Or.iamrnl Table, all in Mahoaany. auvartune Radio. c..-id China. Dinner, Tea and Coffee Servicea. Old China Dliii.ac Hnv Ira LaaeU* CaSfaa Pal. Plalad Were ir atnlraa. Vaaraaabl* ard Sweet daahea. Candlnticki Spoana Porha and Cut l-i>. aVIdga Table and 4 Chalia Pbiaa Conlolauru. Plcturaa. Vnandal. Chalia Diaaa PUS. Stna'iMahOf; Baaatead Daep Reap M-lir—. Very nlca old btahog 1 Wlna-rd Ward.owa Droaslng Tablaa. agutlaiy Wa-hatamt Chaval aland Sine I* Ira* d Oreen. Mana L4aa arid] I t-nl'i. Kitchen Cabnnet Tea Wagjfon *r ail Palnled lire*,. Electric I nun .i %  AOffal SUnr ivai, good' Kirciric Hot Plate. Steamer., t Burner Valor OH SkMrve l'-.ol-*all nvwi, Prlmua %  *tn\ r Oaeat Sa p a n atar. t'huina r>aat*r. Kltrhan UianaHa Aamarluan, Lra> rarrol Cas*. Roller tenni* Net and Pale*. Quorw. Preiervlng Pan. WeaUiiClaiuae Rrfnaetalor in (oou wor*.U>-> oadar. Role II.M o'clock. Teraa* caah. BRANKER. TROTMAN •% CO AartieMieen 111 51. In J'YI'EWIll I-RR l-APEK PraaSt your raqulremsaaaf • T. JadaSaa Orani Ltd. T .SI-,tn Two PLATE Olaaa OaapaSy Caaaa IISOO'. i ich Stanafeld Scott A Co.. Ltd. Broad . T4J1-II.: VENETIAN BLDCDS. Klrach P,n-*lr,11 melal DeLuaa VanoSlan bl.nda, to yo-ir IPM dallvary S araakj Dial 44W 1. BARNES A Ca., Ud. U.I Bl—I t.n. VAN HOITENS drlnkinf chocolate Add a deaarrt^oatnful lo a glass il "S'" flavour. Onlis canta lor 'i lb iiii Compare ihe price with cam* eatflora' II 4 I-3n Barbados Fury Motors Priidiidion and Export Arts 1137 ud 1939 Under the above Acts, the Fancy Molasses Control and Marketing Board has allocated the following amounts of Fancy Molasses to be manufactured for the purpose of export by the plantation-* and factorio* named. These allocations are subject to approval by the Governor.in-Executive Committee at the expiration of seven days rrom the date of this publication :— Wool Prices Will Stay "Firm" MELBOURNE, April 12 Financial circles forecast hei to.day that current wool prices, down by as much as 30 per cent since Easter, will stay "firm" throughout this season. Observers here wonder If American withdrawal explains the price drop, or whether the "bogey" of American stockpiling had been exaggerat isI Trade sources predict that Perth sales opening early in May would see the same pattern of price drops repaated The market rose sharply by Janabout Hectiii*. Offlre! M...,afei.nl t.< I lei •%,,!„ .. ore lhM %  •Okti R> J1HIN V t ARLOVA %  | iNDt >1i lllltaill'y laaWaUKrtnl aaaOrtagg hi squeezed none of the cfeeil UM l.nsh>n Times H a v ony' 1 ". uann Th 'RATES OF EXCHANCF. %  gashoea |. thicolumn famous collection of per.'cat-. jumps of up to 20 per cent i uary. reaching Vim* of nuUlkn Wine "•an Oiikrai Mto B09.000 nm 400.000 rolleton (Si. John) 287SOO fair View 402,000 rrer* Pilgrim ... 180.000 %¡ ibbons S2S.0K %  OOJ I..IK1 29.000 Itanow 400,000 Kandil 8H.W7 Vlonf nefTf 2S0J4O Nvwtoa asi.fas 3>— mi 2S3.2SO V.r ruterlM. Andrews 8S0,M Bruce Vale 5io.oao Pool oso.oao Sandy Lue Teul 1 1.030.0*0 7.675.313 14>l —In PILES the peak mid .March. West European buyers, who have been unable to confirm the steady stream of reports of American stockpiling, are said to have bought solidly in belief that American stimulus would force up prices.—Rmlar. £12,500 Viola! MADRID Stradivari us viola formerly U-longirur to the Spsuiish court and which dl*appeared from the Hoyal Palace here In 1813 during the War of Independence-, fiar* been recovered by the Spanish ute Il war. reporupd that 12,500 pounds sterling was paid by the Spanish government to th. man who had it In his possession —said to have been an Fnglish man whose identity was not disclosed. — (1 N S i GOVT. STOCKS DOWN [AWDON April 11. Post budget enthuBiam in tru> I on don stock exchange evaporaled to-day. British Government stocks declined far/ 1. 16 to '* on persistent small .Ales, and irregularity recorded by industrials Oils were patchy but rubber and tin shares received small i port and were firm -Renter Latest Quarry of the Royal Navy Is—The 'Elusive Pimpernel' Of The Sea LONDON. April 2 The Navy's latest survi i H.MSCsok — commissioned Bl Plymouth at the end of March has an important first assignment She Is to scour the Atlantic for an underwater valley, a ::iganti> k In the sea-bed. thai scientists feel msy be the ndlrot er as lo why fishing gmunds off Britain's coasts have become ileadily less prolific during the last wenty years. Experts believe that these ii
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ESTABLISHED 189S
FRIDAY APR1I IS, 1951
U.N. DOWN 22 RED PLANES
Wild dog-fights rage over Yalu river
80 Fighters Attack 40
American Superforts
TOKYO, April 12
THE BIGGEST AIR BATTLES of the Korean
War were fought to day and 22 Communist
planes were reported to have been destroyed orj
damaged In two encounters near the Hanchurian
border United States pilots claimed the destruction
of 6 H.I.Gs II, probably destroyed and 15 dam
aged Two American Superforts were damaged
The first of tho (lays battles was Itself the war's BlggMt
with about 200 planes in it Abnut 80 Ml .Gl dashed across
the Yalu River into North Korea to attack between 30 and
40 American Superforts which were bombing a concretl
railway bridge spanning the river at Antung.
THIS IS
HOW IT
HAPPENED
IfjX.Atmy'Inz
Fine Shape'
TOKYO, April 12
Army Secretary Frank Psco
who has been touring the Korean
front, arrived by air in Japan to-
day with General Ridgway, New-
United Nations Supreme Com*
mandcr. just over 24 hours after; M)<;
the dismissal of General Mac-1 other.
Arthur. Ann
Ptee said the army in Korea per ted.
was "in fine ahape."
Hi* arrival wan quiet Ridgway i fought late in the afternoon m
had --pent the night nt forward the famous "MI.O. vstfe*"
headquarters in Korea, while. Twelve Sabre (eta clssl
sleet and rain temporarily ground- is Communist jets in a IS-minute
ed his plane I ^Mc fought between an sltltudj*
lie was wearmg a battle stained) of in,0QU and 13,000 yards
uniform with hand grenades
strapped to hii chest.
Ha Bid he had sent Mac-Arthur,
a message, that he was coming to
Tokyo immediately, and would see
W XSP.lNGTON. Anrit 12
Truman's final decision to dls-
M Arthur *u made on
two day. before It was
announced to ne world, accord-
in* to Government sources.
hi read a new*
; letter from
MacArthur to Joseph \l-am.
Republican leader in the House
ol Hcpresciilanv. I
This look issue with Truman'-'
two s lul piubtenu the
use of Nationalist troops, and the
relative importance of the Far
East situation
Truman had preliminary talk.-',
: ,ll|
General Marshall. Secretary for
Defence, and Dean Acheson.
Sccretarv ol State, and with other
Cabinet member. He also en-
listed the opinion of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, hcuded by Gen-
ernt Bradley
IMi la how the situation
developed after that.
|rid.i Then was n Cebtaot
ineeUnj ted to briefing >jr
Geneial Bradley nboul the Com
munisi buildup for an offensive
j .:i Korea
Jet I'gliU i When it ended. General Bradley
damage to then own and General Marshall stayed
he second battle was j hehind and talked with the
i 45 minutes
Saturday: They had another
prfvmll i.ilk with Truman, djs-
us.sing the removal of General
MacArthur. the choosing of a
ucceaaor, the timing of action,
and what the announcement
hould an
American lighter a
Tl.under jets and a Sabre ftt
counter'attacked while Superforts
pt dropping bombs on then
.argets.
In a series of wild dosjAsjM
Americans, destroyed re
feta, probably
two more and damaged 13
But some MI.G's mat
penetrate the American lighter
:creen and att b
complete report* from Supcifort*
gunners rhnwed they downed one
and .laniaged at la
him at MncArthu
i pleasure.
It niter
Israeli Police
Clash With Arabs
TEL-A-VIV. April 12.
An Israeli soldier was killed and
three wounded m a dash with
Ai.ibs near the Jordan lines at
belthjlbrln, It was satd here today.
The clash was with 100 Arab
shepherds last night south-west of
Jerusalem, an official spokesman
allies In the
-i id.
Both sides b
"exchange" he added
Arab casualties were believed to
be higher than Israeli losses
Seven Israeli police were killed
in the clash on the Israeli soil I
week, and Israeli planes bombed
Syrian positions as a reprisal.
Both sides took the dispute over
the demilitarised border area, to
the Security Council.
This frontier was reported quiet
here today Rrater
Big Three Will Hold
Talksln Washington
WASHINGTON. Aprd 12
France, the United States art
Britain will ho'd tripartite con-
sultations in Washington U
dit-cuss Yugoslavia's request for
arms, a Foreign Office spokesman
said today.
Yugoslavia's request, which i*
separate from the current Lon-
don negotiations ftr economii
aid from the West, was made
public in Belgrade by th
Yugoslavia Government last
night.
Reutei
American pilots claimed to
have shot down one M.I (i mc1
damaged another with no
damage to themselves- On the
ground United Nations troop i
edged slowly forward on i HI
miles iront m Central Korea
against steadily stiffenm* re
tstance On the eastern flank
South Koreans were still ad-
vancing against little resistance.
It was disclosed to-day that on
Tuesday one of their patrols
entered the town of Ksngsong 26
miles north of the 38th parallel
without meeting a single Com-
munist.
British. Turkish. American and
South Koreans treops all toe*
(art In the central push Which
ran into Increasing ret I
the mountains a few miles north
of the parallel Renter
Selliiman Plan Will
Be Signed Tuesday
PARIS. April 12.
i Foreign Minister
Robert Schuma.i today said lie
did not expect the Schuman
Pool treaty to be signed before
next Tuesday Schuman said:
"There la no question of the
treaty being signed on a Satur-
day as certain reporls have said.
"It may be signed on Tuesday
or later during the course of the
next week"
Commenting on todays French
llllai ill Inlit grill conference he
aid: "We have reviewed our
position on all points which will
Be discussed by the six Ministers
Conference."
Reuter
Sunday:
Staff, we
The
Joint Chief! Of
moned by Cenenl
Mac says he did not
over-ride Truman
TOKYO, April 12.
fJENERAL DOUGLAS MAC AKTHUR :.
any suggestion that he id over-ciddcn President Tru-
man's orders to abstain fro;^ making political pronounce
men Is.
Through Major-General Courtney Whitney, his chief
political adviser, the General issued strong statement in
his own defence, the first sin** his dismissal, denying p lint
by point that he had been guilty of dieothKlience i< hi*
otllc ------------- i Mac Arthur made it clear that
^_ he dees not Intend dipping
Iranian Has
The Evidence
Truman
' .in I'nr
ud lbs
Roatti
Th* HMCB MAONiriCIIVT which j
ill iichoii'il
"2
Monday: Truman talked th
ituation over with Congressional
leaders. Later the "MacArthur
problem" was discussed al
Cabtnot MeeUni The Pi lUh .
hod then finally decided to act.
but he did not indicate this
everybody he consulted.
Tuesday: Documents connected!
a the case had been collected.
I Truman called In General
Bradley and Dean Rusk. Assis-
tant Secretary of Slate and
Director of Par Eastern Affairs
and conferred by telephone with
\' In 'i ii
Thrn orders went oni UuTfcuajfe
military channels to MacArthur.
Lieutenant Genera) Matthew
Ridgway and Lieutenant General
James Van Fleet, the three men
dlrecU) involved in the changes.
eater
Red Victory?
TAIPEI!. Formosa, April 12.
Nationalist sources said today
(he dismissal of General Mac
Arthur was due to French and
British pressure. They consid-
ered a a great victory for
Communism. They believe thai
if the dismissal does not lead to
peace talks over Korea. America
will shape her Far East cam-
paign without consulting Britain
Renter
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the Advocate Year Boot
A/V; RECEIVES
AMB.iSS \IMtK
LONDON. April 12
Duke Prime De Rivera, nea
Spanish Ambassador to Britain
drove througi London in stat<
today to present his credential-
to King George VI.
Three black and gold landau?-
were sent from the Royal stable
to take the Ambassador and his
staff to Ihickingham Palace. Tht
Ambassador was received for 2C
i minutes.
Reuter
AMMUNITION DUMP
KILLS THREE
NAPLES. April 12.
A secret ammunition dump hid-
den in a sewer at Soul Antii
near here, exploded last nigh!
killing three workmen and gravely
injuring a child.
Police said they believed
three workmen accidentally set off
the animunlUon while clearing
aewer. The child, playing in
nearby garden was hit by
splinter.Renter
NEW YORK, April 12.
President Truman had plenty
cerei evidence to support his
case against General MacArthur,
f it should become national
Issue, said James Reston. New
Vcrk Ttsaes diplomatic corre-
lOndeeg in to-day's issue.
"Truman ordered two or three
of these secret records to be ossrii-
ed up this moining", Reston said
"These provided not only nmrmi-
nillon for the President's iharg'i,
that MacArthur was not follow-
ing orders, but also asserted thai
while MacArthur had been- hlaaa-
ing the Administration for f.iling
to rearm South Korean* be him-
self had opposed precisely such, a
proposal by tho Joint Chiefs of
Staff.
The voluminous Mac Arthur
file is now In the process Ql bfljijl
carefully examined. It will not be
made public unless the OeneffFl
dismissal degenerates to a political -o.
row. for the very disclosure that
MacArthur really did want a
large scale war wUh Thin* fits
precisely into the Communist
propaganda line.
|f. however, the General wishes
to challenge the authority ard
strategy of the Administration the 4
intention here is to let the record
| speak for itself." Renter
MacArthur Salvagedi
JapanYOSHIOA
TOKYO, April 12
Japanese Premier Shlgero Yo-
tuda said today that Washington
had assured his government thai
the dismissal of General Mac-
Arthur 'ld not imply any change
in American pollc> in Japan and
the Far East, nor did It affect uV
American determination to pros
for an early conclusion of a pence
treaty
Yoshida said MacArthur hn "salvaged the nation and steered
the country to recovery". He hod
also "firmly planted democrao hi
the nation and had paved the way
for a peace settlement "
'All Japanese looked to Gen-
eral MacArthur with the most
profound veneration," Yoshida
lontlnutd.
"I have no words to convey the
regret of our nation. His memory
will live forever in the hearts of
the Japanese."
The Japanese Government haa
ordered all Cabinet Ministers tc
stay In Tokyo and ordered those
away to return immediately.
Renter
pouciea.
The tern of Maiot Genera]]
Mternent :
lanllcation of news des|
from the United States mukiut. I
reference to tht' Pi
December ti eiijomin;;
against th.- issuance ' pubta
statement on fori'ign poU> with-
uut referenea to ii- Mats Depart
men! for clearance, Majoi Gen-
seal Courtney WhlU i i ol General
Mac Arthur's Half l>-rt;i\ polntCtl
out the fol
J. Directive of DeCrml>er a
was not directed do I
Mac Arthur persoimlly hut wnja
directed to all eMcullve asjaiUaV
of the Government.
Immediately after IU
General MacArthur submit
hd a proposed communique to the
.'oint Chiefs of Staff *i.....ifornv I
i.im among other things that
-n not tiecessary to submit eom-
muniques with reference to mil-
itary operations.
The President in a press
ortfersnes on January i?
ippealeit to Ihis headiiuBrters to
define General Mac Arthur's
hontv. spesHAeally, U
was any curb on hlB authority
speak freely on the Korean wai "
Furthermort' lbs directive oi
December 6 by its terms and
spirit was interpreted nt thb
headquarters as applying so!el>
to fonruil public statements and
aot to coimnunwtuea, corTespoiid-
ence or personal con versa t ion-
with others.
"5- The General feels that Ik-
has complied with all dlnO"
trvea he has received, not onlv
escently but tlirughout i
military servu.
The Generul lia* interprelOii
both his statement si March
24 and his letter tn congressman
Martin dispatclu'.i froni
Cays prior thereto as dealing e*
Clusively with the military situa-
tion." -The one bore not th-
slightest relatiofiship to the other
K.f.i.'Tice to arms Rn rt
ervp elements of the Repub-
i Korea an tsjti i fn>m a top
secret message of early January
1951 while the Army'* p
ii.i vi men) In m B* ul
process ami condition indicated
the possibility ol furthei arlth
drawals into a RsOre restricted
area or even the possibility
vaeualion "Renter.
Mac May AddroM
U.S. CotigroH^
Postpone
Inquiry
GaOUGETOWN. <;. April 12.
Kbiquio into the II i
of ubftructing the course
i against Robert Adams,
Km Gravesande and
man Graf tan Muni.-. Ik
g;in before Magistrate Maurice
Charles, and after one stHnssS
rill MaglatraU A it P Dldt-
mi li.t.i lestllied. wo* adjminied
to May 2 to allow the .
i Counsel from the U.K
told net touri ihat on
I utaRS and
s entered hi
mill pnuestsd the werranti he
I'M" .1 asjelnsl Pollct Inspi < !-
... rreni Oon
ei mufiiiKei nt the Preniiei IViwn-
broRery
F.nrlorsemeiil
Dicfceon added that Adams told
him he h a/tth Justice Ward who sugBcated
!> should lIlpl fo'
Dickson endorsed the infoi malio'i
with statements that warrant**
should 1h* Issued, Bubssanientsy lie
......' "n ii atb r and gave
Instructions that summonses be
Issued H
That day the irial of four
Frenchmen i,,i robber) al tkM
kei v v/M in pro-
pesa While he was not inltuenceii
*hat Adams said, Mr Justin
Ward told him be however be-
liwed what Adanis said, because
uher of the Bar.
11 the colon)
00 '1. ! leave
llaj .' ne.i ... Adama Inlorm*
i ii .iTiging U
ire the servi.. r
(r. in overseas.
L.N. Chief Satisfied
Over Israel Talks
TEL-A-VIV. April 12.
United Nations Acting Chief of Staff, Belgian Colonel
llennet IJendder held a situafaCtory" two-hour meeting
With Isr.ieli nilicials uXsR) MBtml of Israeli
pule with Syria. He was thefl flyinR on to the Syrian
capital, Damascus to hear llu- other side.
The flar. up between the two
!n'K,-iii last week when
1-t.nil planes I.onilie*I the zonal
Hsmmn after several
Ueeatea had heen shot
i \ Si i Utn troops.
(Prom Damascus today a bt|
rlre was reptirted to have been
Been during the night at Krqd
h, .in Arab viUsse on the
Israeli side of tbl demilitarised
frontlei ares. A Syrian miUtarj
.1 it nieiint Ihat
Munitions
Could Be
Made In W.I.
r.Md'<
6
lOHUAMOX
"Triumphal Elltn"
Planned For Mae
TOKYO, April 12
Adherents of General Mai-
Arthur have invited him to mak<
a "triumphal entry" through I-
Angeles, Chicago snd New York
as a signal for massive public
demonstrations in his support, II
was learned authoritatively here

The general is studying the
proposal and informed quarter*
believed he is likely to accept.
There was as yet do nfltclal
announcement on when Mai-
Arthur would leave Japan, nor
was It officially known where he.
his wife and voting son are-
Reuter
Briton MJ's
Diseuss Antigua
LONDON, April 12
Kenrj Hrnd (Labour) sskec
Coionl 'i Bei reten in thi
House of ConuaOOS whether h<
was aware of the dissatisfaction
the Antigua Trades and
laibour Union al the appointment
of only one reproasntative of the
aer-psa on the BRseusivo c one representative on tin' Lan
ami BaHtlCSMM lionni .mil on
M the Ki.-tm LiKht Board ii
also asked whetli-r he sh -I
a this representation.
len or Mete for tin
Celonlee, Jemea OrHBtha replied
rae Union hove inede n i
Ikons about tho romposition < I
the Bxeeuttvs Council, but I
i i l.inge in advance i j
ti.e arlder, ronseihitlonaj reforn !
iitwi am
which is now iielng worked '"
in deUiil Any rcpic
that the Unions may make to th
Governor or through bin to ""
BrOUld "f course be careful y con

Rruter
LONDON. April 12
nuthers, M.P. Chairman
the West Indies Sub Committee
nt the Conservative Party, sug-
gests in a letter in to*dy's Times
Jihi "the 'olonies couK; in !.>'
Jay a considerably larger pan ie
I......'feme effort ..nd also liencflt
themselves if secondary iii.IuMmi-
srere furUier ent w
This belief, be sdmlts, wa:
.tieugthened h; w lut "' "w '"
he GoU Coait during his recent
rot tbsjrs
In s.ippoit of his fiiggestion,
'vim Bmithen refen t>. the lettei
Ereni it t M sUrsnreed ol J--
naicn, publislKil last inunth. in
vhich he suggested "that West In.
Uan eesonlea rnaghl "'1 ll(|
,ail.- he enniur.iged to plaj n part
n manufacturing srtsclei rOQUireq
i n (! a i the reannanienl
Ha also icfer.. to tfia ConMReni
lebute on colonial manpower
I. I) Gammons, Con.
. 11 .ii 11 M P -'.' 'i "I'i the
llutivh West Indie.-, glsd Other roln-
tues where there i> surplus l.i-
ixnir. n might be poaslMs to men
uiac*uro such items us muniUona
and ar'ny lioot
RoplyUig to thm in debate \i
It) i Ml < War said,
.....n ' at houkj i*'
used ii.mil* (oi thw
raw. m^'.arials."
HO nfltciul eneouragem
given, adds I'etti Sinithe
day'i Tlr..ra lottsr.
.-leliN had evacuated the In-
habitants and then bUTH
he v ill.im*
lii udder tnd.iy saw the
Director General of the Israeli
.....m OnVe, Dr, Waller yeten
(.....i aftei the meetine, 'I nm
I i Mi the otrfcome of Ibc
alas and I am now going to Dn-
naseiis to discuss with Syrians the
t ovulitllt*
Arnuatlce Commission."
ted Nations spnkctmon
ud that tin return of
M0 ArSb villaKers evacuated from
ilOfnlUtartsod aooea north and
BOUth Of Gslllee should be ar-
anged bv the Chairin;m of the
Co
dssto
He ndded thst UiHted Nations
r I> 'm.- did not
cinisldei llu demihtiiri-.nl /one :i
put afthei of Isreel or svnn
Renter
YUGOSLAV RADIO
OPERATOR SEIZED
HEUiHAHK. Ai-i'.l 12
Itelgrsde newa paper PellUh.
Old today "kidnappers" had
broken into the Yugoslav
Embassy In Prague and selied
Anton Novak radio oper.tior
-Renter
TELL TTIK ADVOCATE
TIIK NEWS
DAY OR NIGHT
DIAL 3113
WASHINGTON April 12
The House Hepublican Leadcr
Joseph Martin said today "there
is a possibility that General
Douglas Mae Arthur might .fly
back to the United State! nisKl
*eek and would be available to,
address Congress.
Martin made the announcement i
reporters after an earl--.'
ning session r>; the HOIisi
Republican Policy Commtttso '
Original plans. Martm sai wen? for Mac Arthur to return,
I rom Japan by ship. Hepubl.can ,, V F he. .
sponsoring a Itesolutlor,! Vslctta ttsosn^jOrci
inviting Mac Arthur to address a disappeared on flight to Khartoum
Joint meetmi: of the Senate and, Tuesday night
Rouse
Confusion In The
< lamp Says Moscow
MOSCOW, Anr>> 12.
First Soviet con mem on tha
dismissal appeared In a liter
ga/ettc winch declared:
change in command of Amrn
forces in the Far East is convinc-
ing evidence of confusion in the
camp if the warmongers. How-
ever regardless of who conducts
the warMac Arthur or his sus-
cesscr Rujtwaja policy of ag-
gression can only end In a
graceful failure "Rraler.
R.A.I. Trann/Mtrt
Plane Winning
- Reuter
Truman 'Banged*
CALIFORNIA. April 12.
An eflfir Of I'nsident Tnimar
wss hsnged hers in California
to-day. in ptidt-H again
missal of MacArthur.
Tie
It was believed that ihe mi'siiv.
plane carried sir poppta
hi t. I up her-
lay, said the pjene wai u
OVOff the wild. !< I
' :t.iHi vnros high Marra leountali
...
i. m and had fuel
20 minutes dying
- Reuter.
dunuiiy was fo
Hug fr'.tn a nagpole
1 dang
in front .it
the Ban Gabriel I oUega of
medical teciinicians A card
attached lo the dummy labelled
It "Hurry S Truman."
Polii-e rut
after it had I
the dummy ilown
wung for about two
\BU8WE SPEECH
PARIS, April |3
Big Foui Forstsj
pSVCh" (i |m let delegate An
iii-'i Gromyko 11

II was the deputies 2Bth mtettl
it to find -in hk< iidii for
full scale Foreign Ministers' Cor
heater.
... yes, it's
always the
unexpected that happens
That YOU should ever lose your home or
. businessor bothbecause of an accident or .
someone's carclcs'ncN, is unthinkable ... or,
10 ssy the lca>i of it, 'the last thing you want to
think about'.
Eire rejects free health scheme
OU"l CAMERAMAN cangtii
Bridgetown yesterday afteti
so assay planes sod ttaey w
the** plst
.on in "V
i ail Terr
is* from tb H.HC1
1 formation. It was the
mt.r^Ud
'Magnificent" walle they were fly inn <
Brit time that swny Barbadians rvrr
DUBLIN. Eire, April 12 subject of a nine months hitter]
Eire's proposed free health | controversy between Dr
,'iheme for mothers and childen up. and in* Irish Msdlcal A
. lo 16 years of age wa* relected by was withdrawn following the di I
I the Government last night, and* closure of opposition to it by the
Minister tot Health. Dr Noel Roman Catholic church and tbel
Itrowne. resigned his post Prime Cabinet
Minuter John Costello, hu> taken The scheme would rUrVS
iver (he health department him- state 2,000.000 per annum,
elf ai a temporary measure Or Noel Christnph'
The plan which h", i>een the 34 reeri ut sge. was no*.
youngest miniter in <"< lello1
(iovernmciit. but he had the dis
tin taan I I man t<
sssume onlre on the Bl
fortnight aft' |
his first i"
Reuter.
w ouMn't it be much wiser to remove the leaf
of this possibility AND the unpLivjnt conse-
quences, by making it 'ihe first thing you thin,
about'? There were 111 hres m the Island in
1944, not including cane fire*.
Why not arrange an appointment with a repre-
sentative of (iuinlun AssyreBM Co. I ul
NOW ? An easy mind jnd l BsSjpl M protcaion
are both wry qinckiv lectlied.
S.P.MUSS0H,SON&Co.l!d
BROAD ITRUT t.O I nc 4<6i
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PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1*51
\fyudb galling
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
m
OH
M"
. St
tmOM i back
i four-day visit to thi*
Granada Sugar Factory
Other arrival- from Grenada
yesterday ware Mi". F
ney who HI here a few wtcaa
ajto and Mrs. Philli*}.* Stewart
. Mrs lx>rren Ross and her
son Lynn have come over to stay
.at Chandok in St Jame* and
Brlgjts La Mothr. Grenada butl-
neatman is hf to spend a couple
of weeks with N. Wilton
Short Vi.it
. AND MRS JOE
DRIEUX rlrw down to
Lucia ye-lerday oa thuil vi
Mr* A. has not been too well
Their niece who wat in Barba
for a week's hi
them
Grandson
DADDY CHAMBERS came
* from Trinidad yesterday
spend a short holiday with hi-
grandpa rents, who were at Sea-
wcll to meet him.
Ten Dav*
MOORE, engineer (
'. K Watson and Co. is on
a tan-day visit, staying at the
Enmore Hotel. Rev. Scth
White. Sevaath Day Advent in t
rnltstooery went nff to 81 Lucia
yesterday
U.S., U.K. and France
So man>...
n OUND1NG up the Gelflt* pas-
4 ran. u iau
i* H
Be Careful About
Your Baby's Name
T.fcr
sengers was quite a Job. ^W""
They were so many en route to am. *., (lw UlMru|l
England. Mr. and Mn R. B. ium faaagai *M ajt Ui t
atcKenafci are on four monUiN' m **uV***n **"* o-rhcWai
hoUdav which will be spent m ?,**,^.*-??gJ,'" _!**,"""" "* *J
England Jack Cartj*. VX^^S""^.0?^- * *
Manager of T. R. Evans, his wife nnui sit am cio.. r*.. n is 3
Iris and Iheir young daughter !?*" {"**'** n um*s
Chnstine U* en route to England -*~ n^^ a-id A*.
to (heir home in Surrey This is taupm ru Down "-"..
i-: visit back to England i*_.lm p M.:>Jg
rue August 1M9. While in Eng- ,. ^^^ r^__ M NORTHAMPTON*. Eng
A Northampton
critieiserl parent*
children after gl,
wad stare and >
(aa In Bankhe, i I
terrible".
name*." he told International
Newt Service
tear recently .., navo no objection to "*">"
for naming lilM. Shirley (Temple); Clara
_ X1'?*?:. (Gable) or.Ja.-nes tStewartl
Tallulah "When Shirley Temple wa thi
absolutely rmmm -nc- captivating film audi-
baby girls were tne\ itably
kind they will visit their son wfct r*mp^ir'"of "isl^^a Cs*?s*tr * '*hioners in his pansh ma,
is at a public school near Oxford- votth vanet? o>ehtt'.. am Mum* lhat he hoped they woul
shire, and other relatives
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gordon of
"Cachalot" St. Lawrence are alga
on four months' holiday. Mr. Gor-
don it a construction engineer
Miv R. 11. O'Neal* of Cliff Plan-
tation St. John has gone on six
months' holiday to England ac-
compwnted by her daughter
Peggy who will be going to school
at Tcrlington Park in Sussex
The Reverend James Uaniel named Shirley
Berry, wear of bt PaulY 'ut this practice aatomc-
Northampton, told his 6,000 par- absurd when such n~mes
igazine Tallulah. Ginger and Hedy are
Id get saddled on the children.
AQratic ci.re nnewa iM^nbars oniy]
MATtrntaa to-day a tomoi
,HT TO BL'NLMY Ml
DAVID FAMtAR fll.YNIs JOHN*
Wm a** *ii.ti m
pi ..i!. oaaoa
iTTCtUINt]
in "FRIEDA"
COMMANDER K
fu.u Off
Mouniflceni
1 MiAHH
-er H M C S
V HI1
...and still more
back to the good nt aw at. siat at. attat naatea like Roger. Mary. John and to theee beautiful, talented stars 1
i .n Proeomme p-w, 1 pm *" Their name, are gstrartive enough >
Wears; liopm k. aju.im t 11 I cannot refuse to baptize any for screen aurposes (tut I like
w>4: iitaian [>ur>. T.*a pm Think baby whose mother wanted to euphonlut namessimple melodi-
Blve it the nwful name tf Tallu ous name* "
lah", said the- vicar. "But I think Prospects of the parish being
its absolutely terrible. invaded by irate Mm Mars left
"At for Ginger (Rogers) and the vicar unabashed
Hedy (I.imarnthey are not Gracious.. I hope not'" aid
the Reverend Berry. "But If they
"Fortunately. I see signs of the come1 shall he glad to meet
waning popularity of film star them." (INS)
'. 4i-lie* i
I tua. Rmuo Newst
Ei.snoi M.s-.it st kj
ih. Wr* pm Warl
Bl I IS p m
'VmpOMl o(
AtT.nr. tit
B"
"H-" 10 10 pin Pram (ho Ediionali.
It pjn Coiwn.miun in A*4a. 3t
m ai-vci PtsJeiwi i.t p.n The
rlMt* ConllnitM. II p m ConMlli)
v.m.c. badio raouaAHMr
lO-IOIt pm N(.i and Cummrnut>
10 1lO.ae pm Canadian Cluoikle
SI M
DT
Preview For Dollar Ship
DF.FORE bvg'.iuunj her maiden home since ^en^They were pa>-
ILL STEPHENS hat been
Harbados for three and a '^* Mf'____
half year*. Aciompanled by alrt.
Aboard "Magnificent '
MRS FRANK MORGAN
bBf way to New Y>
final destination l| Engl-
rk Her
id win
Nassau on Muy
Furnea, Withy Mm
Oeeaa Monarch will )>e -ipe-i
viewing at Tilbury on
Lag rtaat Thames. The ship,
has (men deslsncd nnd built
Jiistal fwlualveu Bag cnuatag
out Ol th.- pat Ol New Vuik to
live West Indies nnd t<> thi- i->rls
M Uiwrence and New-
and aengers by the Geltlto
new engineer with Cable and Wirelew
hiii. Ltd, and it alto
she will nty with Harry an-i rfiiili(llanrt ghe baa a an
Dorothy Ormiston She wlll_*im I3,6J8. and h
amateur . Resident Partner
nf FitJipatrick Graham and Co.,
Mr. P. O. McDrr.notl and hi.-. v.ife
are en route to England accom-
panied by their daughter Eliia-
beth, Abo on their programme is
motoring tour on the Contineic\
.... Diana Smart, Mr. ana
Mrs. E. A. Way's niece is on her
nlhcent are asked to be at
keen radio Way's
in Eng
m week in New York During '^''\u,fli^"r^urt^n fftaraa "UJJ1"!' f?
her slay in England she hope* to iurbine* give
take a little time out to go across t8 Knots
to Parlt. She will be away thrc*
months Frank's mother Heady
and Mrs. Polly Roberta, yearly
vititors to Barbados for the winter
are on their way home to Pino
Orchard Connecticut. They are
passengers on board the Fert
Tewnahend Winston Marson
Is on a six -week visit to the UK
via the U.S. and will vltlt the
err
D
Hair and Half
,R. DONALD LITTLEPAC.E
Trinidad will spend th<
it
part of hit Barbados holiday with
the Walth't at Resl-a-while. St
Peter and the last week with hit
sister at Leaton-on-aea Edgar
Norrls and hit wife had been liv-
ing In Sao Paulo. Braiil until
October last year, when they
moved to Trinidad On Monday
ihey plan to visit Antigua. Mean-
while they are guests at the Ocean
View Hotel. Mi. Norrkt is resident
representative for General Electri;
Co.. (England! for the West Indies,
Venezuela and Rraill An English-
man, he hat lived away from Eng-
land for over twenty-five years.
onwards on Saturday whi
launches will take them on boars)
Three daya
IF you want to be in Who*'
Who you've got three day*
left Send in your forms to-day.
Festival Poetry Priie
woy back to Aigland after three eyiWO ENTRANTS" from British
it' spent with them at In- A Guiana and two from Jamal-
Pond. St. Joaech. Diana ea nre included in the Arts Coun
.seemed sorry to be leaving ... ell iPoetry Competition for the
Mr. E. C. Parfltt. Assistant Gen- Festival of Britain. Entries were
erul Manager of the Water Works Invited from citizens of the
and his wife are on six months' British Commonwealth and Irish
holiday. Republic for two categories ol
poetry in English: (1) A single
I-'..,.!, l___.A 4L l>oem of nM '** than 300 line*
Lnglant. and the nd (2) a collection of between'
Continent ** anl twelve short poems, no
single i>oem to exceed 60 lines in
The response hat been
irld-wtde and the Judges, who'
llday at Accra Guest House are "re hoping to announce the
continuing their vacation with a award, before the Festival opent
trip to England by the GelHta. n**1 month, are busy trying to
England and the continent make their choice from 2,030
MR and Mm. A. M. LEE_from length
B.G. who spent two weeks'
they plan to spend three month).
Mr. Lee is Secretary of Booker*
Shipping Transport and Wharves
LIEUT CDR. F. C FREWER
Commanding Officer fl.M C..
Mi macHOP.
Stop off
MRS ELEANOR BOYa wife rf
Lt. Col City Boyd stopped
<>ff m Barbados on her wsy to the
U S from Venezuela on Monday.
Yesterday afcg continued her
xnirncy via Puerto Rico. Lt. Col
Boyd was formerly in command of
the U.S. Marine Corp |r Vene-
zuela. He has just been r
drafted to the US Mrs Boyd
following him She is en route to
California.
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TIE substitution i
Tor a racehorse, an unusi.il mechanical tran^poi
form of "ringing." is to be inquir- major pniblem The speed of
men that where there
il mechanical tran
ed Into Foul play was suspected
when, in the Oungeness Cup. a
pair of tracts fell to the ground.
and the front part of the favour-
ite began to waddle
It wat discovered that the
"horse" had been doped and the
front part, u longshoreman on
leave, had got the dope. Whil
dei
lire no roads. This mav be the first stap In a
irl becomes a really effective "peace-drive." If
- the moles close all airfields, and
depend ! eertam extent, , OH the degree of mobility possible
In the circumstance* That is to
Kay lhat, other things being equal,
good, drv roads are an asset No
roads, or Impassable roads, are.
conversely a disadvantage cumu-
lative In Us efTect The use of the
air for supply Is conditioned by
'hich
ipe.
.truggling to free himself from the distance weather, and the nature
"horse" he lost his braces, and his of the terrain. These are lessons
breeches, falling over hit feet, which must be learned. A bad
impeded him. The rear part. In road is better than no road, but
trying to retrieve the situation, got good road It best of the three.
his foot in the breechea, and the
whole horse rollapscd halfwaj
down the course. Officials were
quickly on the spot, nnd the
horse" was disqualified.
Preliminary Inquiry
I i>~ Ih-- Molrx!
lk-fV eye was caught
highly signitV
atgrdaj
iten
II oilfields can be obUWiated. and
existing stocks destiuyed, and all
scientists locked up,
joy n few quiet years
For Molorittw
T F you want a new Thanatos
Sports Model delivered to you
in I SSe. all you need do is fill in
a form for your dealer, giving your
weight In 1038. your grand-
mother's religion, your father'
size in collars, the tide variation
al London Bridge during Mare
1H31 You must also *ay whether
iu keep doves, what area of your
AT the preliminary inquiry the
doped man wat too dated to
say anything. His confederate
told a long story about a gang
which offered a sum of money and
put the two of them inside a pan-
tomime horse. But on the way to
the course a rival gang got Into
the horse-box and did the dop-
ing. The man in front got it all.
:ind it was when he began to fee)
sleepy lhat he burst his braces.
The second man complained that
loped hrs I
y In his mouth wli
boy forced the "horse" to cut.
Asked what had liecomc of the
l.nl. the second man said that he
had cut it off as a souvenir for
girl he had met tt Bognor When
the first man came to, he thought
he was still supposed to be a horse.
;ind he lashed out angrily with his
nght foot, and caught a steward n
crack on the mazxnrd.
'Borax' Explain*
DOHAX." famous for his mili-
of news, five words that might I* property (If any) was under beet-
wlnt i- called epoch-making: root in 1MB, and when your chlm-
Moli'i hare closed a Daidsh air- nevs were last swept. It's at easv
field. Bravo. Moles! Atta. Molts.' as falling off a motionless tricycle.
ii'furi* being doped bis friend had
got a lot of hay In his moult'
1 tary writings d
war, says:
Nobody c
tUhting in Ki
the last
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WHAT FOREIGN SECRETARIES EVER HAD SUCH QUALITIES?
UU'Uth Olput <
,iift Hn [ "ui"' manner HU capoctlf to tonttie IIU cttpacttt lot *ip!cttnu
u,ih tki upward rHe iear/*i. atMk "oif nCC*Mtonal
ting HttU :l'fo*'i
london gsore-s aeme*
American Column
20 Men
Look Out
For Danger
Canada To Give 0Sfy Bars
World NeM Tips Danger Liner
In 1951 Census ,... ____
New York Busiest Harbour
In The World
From NEWELL IKil.l K-
NEW YORK
NEW YORK CITY
The Port of New York
Fran
I i in I
NKW YO.IK
IrolaUotunt Coinrcwmen often
ctuuri i in- in.ui l. M'. inn there w
plenty of patriotic Americans who
sec things -I.ITeieinly^-and are
prepay ,. do rn.ch.na abou, - ~
it.
*r\ formed th*
the
Twenty such
"Committee or
Danger" recently
Its memben include former
Secretary of War Robert Patter-
son; James Conaiit. Harvard Uni-
versity's chief: nd Dr. VanMWT
Bush, who durinn the last war
headed the 30,000 America
terminal and loading facilities
OTTAWA NEW YORK. The Port of New York is uV are neceasar>. Some 2.500 tug
When Canada launches her 1951 A haunted Uner sailed out of largest and busiest harbour In boata, barge*, lighters, and othci
, xi June she will b* New York on April 4 for England the world. Coropmmg an area auxOiary boats are maintained
trlvtaM| to maintain u world *** port* east perhaps never of 1.500 square miles, the Port Approximately 25.000,000 squar*
li'iidei-shlp In census-taking she to return. handles on average year about fM of warehouse space are pro
raptured almost M0 year* ago. Sh# * *" Pol"* liner Salary 120 million tonj of freight > ided for cargo that cannot be
In 16C6. an obariire little French '" which Communist Gerhart In 1949 mona than lO.SOn immediately distributed. Itug<
tnlonv harking her wav out of **" led from America to be- vessels sailed from New York crania, mounted oo fixed founda
Um wilderness. CaM ODm *?'* ** German piopaganda | the -ame Btaiod, .-omc 8.50ti Honk on trucks, and on barge:
In the title of the first country to cfl|*'- __. ,. . *h'P* cleared the port of London, supplement the hoists on th*
take a namo-by-name census in '" ,*""* memory which the wcrld's second major nai hips, enabling the easy liftin.
of -ton machine IooUoi Ma
Eatablished in 1921 by trtv *,*1 Orders
How she got that title Is a story
P-.. that goes back centuries before,
' when gi ape-vine whispering that
a etu-us was coming brought
fear lest kings were m
march nwaln searching for new
tax f.urces and 'nith.
haunt* the Balary. Because Po- bour.
land is under Communist domina-
tion th* city of New York re-
fUNd In 0M the Batr.-y a place
to dock. She had been using the
?_- French Lines pier near Cunard' I0,'* '? "
P*r 90- Bui needs the space for its own
ship*.
The official reason for re-
fusing pier space to the Batery
ttfCj
between the States of New York
nd New Jersey, the Port of New-
York Includes, beside* New York
. port eiUcs
T Newark. Elizabeth. Jersey
City. Hogoken. Perth Amboy, and
other Mii.ill.-r towns.
Consisting of eight large bays
was that she might be carr> " "* mouths or the Hudson. -;- ,' .,,,,. ..,,.... .
Ing atom bomb, which could R-rtla... Paaanic. and Hackenwck fSJL^SSS^LmS^hit
blow up New York. River*, the New York harbour A"1#r*T *JZS?,k* for, of n
Each time the ship dock*. Cut- ha, a frontage of approximately > .U."V"?h, ^J.~ "V^'T
i tlihe the ship docks. Cus- has a frontage of approximately
i-spedors take geiger 520 mile*. Two hundred.deep-
Nowadays, of :oume. thi' tear
j dispelled bv Uie fact that .id
scientists who helped produce the information, g> en to the census-
atom bomb. taker Is secre*. It can be used
They have put up a consider- jor no other purpose than for
able sum of their own money to ino compilation of national and
pros such politically unp.ilaU.blc nglonaj statistical facta. No man
things as putting the ltt-year-olds cati be sued; no man can be taxed -----
into uniform and sending laige Ln the information he gives. He from stem to stern. She is under long, service overseas traffic
numbers of American infantry to can, however, be hauled into close guard by the police, and the Most of the large passenger
Europe quickly < .irt if he refuse* to give it. ew do not get shore leave. liners, including the Queen H.sa-
Mueh of the committee's monev n,it for centuries before, fear out just as big a problem for beth and Queen Mary, together
goes in expensive bi-oadcasting always walked with the census. *ccur'ly officials the fact that with a few cargo ships, dock at
-,,,,, -Europe is the next great In ancient times, the census pro- ie Batory is so convenient for the west side Of Manhattan
prize Russia seeks Europe must vided the source by which kings comings and goings "f Red hdand, only a tew minutes- ride
not fall That i* the message they increase their wealth and raised agent* and propagandists Eisler from the heart of New York
keep repealing conscripted armies Babvlon took P'ovcd mat City. Other shipping tie* up at
' THE F1K8T speedboat steeple- l^?** long the New York State
boats
| ountkMsj tractors, lumbe
.uiii sin.ill powcrdrivei
lilt truck* shuttle like ant.
between the ship* and the pii
. xnhoAiaaa, liaiuhiiliil ih
nuintllMTn of freight.
In I94 almost 30 million ton
M unoorui and exports, valued a
ly *7,000.000.000. or 40 r
ms inspectors take g^ger 520 mile*. Two hundred dC4f> ?&.*JS 3"!L!l
unters aboard and_go over her water pier*, all at least 450 feet f^^^ domWrt'c mm
The task of operating Nev
'ork's compiex baraOUl
ry mean* job* for many thou*
i is of oen-ons.
FRANK PERKINS lli.xl M '
crow near Uie little village of
Pearl River in New York Stale.
An explosion followed. Franks
bullets had touched off fireworks
factory concealed ay tree*.
fire brigade* were alerted
Hit
__ the
... .aised agent* and propagandists Eislei
intad armies Babvlon took proved that
i-cn*us in 3,800 B.C.; China had TH,
a census in SX-M^C; Rome had ttlw i-KuridTXsvTtoe'lJK. "^ New Jersey SUW side. _
i onsus-taker- in,600 B.C. leaping 20 feet into the air off a the naroour
But It took William the Con woode ramp In an ll-mlln Millions of ton* of foofi>. raw
qucror or England to almost put COurse they had to slide across materials, and (imshed product-
an end to them His survey In a i,,^ spit {) meir own are imported each year througl:
1086. known as the 'Doomsday momentum i-nd croas a Onishtng "* pon ot Kew Vork.
M express pui ilne a0 feet up on the grass from which the
Book'". wa for the
Manv peo)le thought it was an poM of finding out the value of lhp wa)er Three of "six7 entrants nd motor trucks pick up the
atomic explosion. Frnnk himself every estate In England and the stayed th* course. One shot into goods and distribute them
was knocked bockwani I I ng owing to the Royal Trea*- a u^. throughout the United Stales A
river. Nobody was hurt; not cv HENRY FORD the second is vast tonnace of exports In greut
the crow. I" ""' Nf"w world, censiises going to give 70 son* and daugh- variety likewise Dow, outward
THE college basketiLiil l>iii- lM>Kun springing up in Vie loth iers Qf Ford Motor Company em- through New York to all parts of
scandal still rumbles .>n. Column- century. But they were not on a ployee* four-year college schol- the world. Twelve railroad lines
ist Ilobert Ruark gives this reason name-by-name baaU until Canada arshirs. They must be m th* upper and hundreds of trucking com
for the sudden tremendous popu- then called New France, stepped third of their aecondary school pa men cenverge on the harbour
P-O-S MAY GET MAIN
AIR CARGO BOND
PORT-OF SPAIN, Apid 10
Establishment of a main air car-
> bond In Port-of-Spain for al'
Derating airline* Is now under
.. onsideration. In this main air
from cargo bond, it is reported that air
usands of railroad cars cargo will be stored by Ctuftotn
r all operating airli
I for Ptarco Is siat
A Minila
tag Mfsji Had
class to qualify. And
father gets sacked while they nrt
In school, the scholarship will go
laritv of ski-ing this winter into the picture.
eTn^^wTm'untan;^ *" ^ Fir*t Modem Census
ARE Ame^an O 's overl.wided 'The census of 1666." s-ys
with equipment" An Inquiry Into .s .rfnclals, was the first modern AjMWCA'8 HANSARD asks1
i^t w*r conditions savi* vw, census on a name-by-name basis, Congressmen to list "salient facts"
Manv wldiera are luefidto hive taken for a fixed date by a per- in their careers for brief biogra-
heen ^ t "U> cer.au, -u-.nr sonal canvass, showing age, sex phlea. High polntr listed by rep-
mVCly Imruuiuy tt3 had too much i I oecui>aUon and resentat.ve Chester McMullen of
on Seir baX. enniupl cond.tion of *flch per- Flon^.J^hU^fe^story: "Made
AMERI' "AN business is pricking incidentally. th* population CO*T of running a ear per
up Ri ears over Japan. The tnrn showed a total of 3.215 year for the average motorist is
liDuiivM eager for new investors, inftuibUanta: c \reofTeriiiE brlnht lures. Not only Bda's present-day I4.006.000. eorwin. the Chamber of Commcrw
can Americans take their profits ln 1951. Canada expert* l has taken down it* hoarding
ait in dollars but, if once Japan ,)pen up new techniques lor other urging motorists to drive safely
decides on nationalisation, the ..Entries. Around the world this -
Government promises to "pay off' vear nuinv nations are duinK Illst
nVdoIlars. what Ca.wd.1 is doing-eounlii^
IRVING (The Weeper") Gold- their people and their posaetnons.
lein a figure straight out of a Canada however, is using newly
Jtunvonasqiie underworld. urn* designed eleelronie
ealled to give evidence In the case tabulations.
Of a New York policeman accused if the machines are a success.
*f corruption. The judge got olher nations likely will
angrv wfch The Weeper l>ecau*e them, and once again C
rarrylnit the two-w
argo.
To handle such
amounts of freight.
ivorld this Police said it was a traffic hazard
irhine* foi
Shadow Works
Start Again
Venezuelan Journalists
Visiting Trinidad
From Ovr Own CfrmpondrnH
PORT-OF-fiPAIN. April 10
I /iichin imirualtsts wil!
nd 12 days in Trinidad as the
lasts .if the Tnnidad and Tobago
1 I I I .'In)
\ -:." in Trinidad and six in
tensive t> h;igo
flow of
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tenxmej .I'lnn
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I
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dded -The tuMetktti that a
asm., nuitht I* .id.ied to t".- pro-
pert> when Ihe Uarkl
stai!. it.
prcssly turned down b)
ernt>r ((1. Neville) '
Krause Mid thai Uark
ring wlte
nrtUn'1 s^tnrne!
some tln\c
He and his a;. -
I Is believed 1 1 .....ui
n Saturdea I
000 In "expansi >'.
ment "
A race track ;.nd 'club house*
ill be among iniprov. n .
iirifuin Denkai
i\ole n Jaji Trvah
LONDON. April II
TIm i.ii:!.h roretgn OMr lodaj
denied Pics* reports that a not-
had been pnsntnted BO ttv
Guvi 1 DBagni ul Hn*
lmumst participation m th*
'apanete peace in
tnmunkfti
F'-ieiitii uffii. DOkosi
1 communique is
. .
Prime Min**t*| \
item Triiuian. laid I
(fnlted BtBll I I t0 differ
on th* subject on which
nMsMBI \-as ,-utitle.l :..
China
"The nri'lsh and W
C3e^f**njnnu"
res
wnkh played 1 kn pen m Ihe
defeat of Japan should pel
In drafting the Japanese peace
rtnatj
"As a consequence, His Maje*
ly's Oimiiimssai hat*
then view thai th* Centra] no-
pie* Coveiii'm'ii! .1,1 be Biver.
Ihe oppur'.uillly '* taki- p.ilt V
current ne*J0tUill0B
This qnaatlon will nw
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hip ._ __________
Atom Lessons In
Industry
Cotton for Cars
By Air Reporter JAMES STUART
Shadow factories will build
British and American aero engines.
The aircraft industry will do the
job in Britain, the motor industry
will do it in the U.S.A.
Handley Page. Short and Bar-
land, and A. V. Roe will produce
the Canberra jet bomber as well
as the English Electric Company,
* tclon ber designers
The Bristol Aeroplane Company
About 400,000 ball
were used In 1950 to finish the in
tenors of American-made automo- are , ^^ (n building" tne~Sc
biles. Other materials used wem Havilland Venom while a number
The first course to help indus- wool and foam rubber^ A recent 0f other firms are helping in_ th*
trial isls in the use of isotope;
radio-aciive element
tirvev by the U.S. Department production of De Havilland Vam-
-waV'open- of Agriculture of 6.648.238 closed pire fighters
Re-
rwell
Production of Qloster Meteoi
Name ........
Age .........
School .......
remi.........
Il*me Addraaa .
,rs and 234,121 convertibles has
revealed that most of the cotton fighters Is split between five dlff
was used in making headlinlngs. erent aircraft manufacturers with
eat padding, and car sheeting, factories as far apart as South-
Wnol was the leading fibre used In ampton and Manchester,
upholstery and side walls, while The secttons are taken to the
wpnu j Gloster works at Gloucester for
- assembly.
... n a In the USA, Ford, Chrysler
I ed at the Atomic Enemy
search Establishment at Ha
on April 2.
Industrialists will pay (140 for
the course. The scl.ool has been
set up. state the Ministry of Sup-
ply, because of the rapid increase
in the use of isotopes and the need
to understand their application in
testing metals and other processes. wMinPisg Hudson are among the car firms
The school will also B've n treats which are to produce jet engines
students a broad outline of the * |iV 1- .*- .tseful as The Buick Division of the Gen-
principle* of nuclear physics, dec- *" * c,'>. T, "rnlmitv I eral Motors Corporation have re-
tronie circuits and the hazards of a m5mbrr '' th* SEStt' In reived a big contract for the pro-
radioactive materials. think, than 'he one who sees it n ducUon J ^ Curt).Wrlgnt ^
The experiments carried out in terms Of tragedy A ** engine, which In tneality is the
these Harwell courses will give humour, you see helps us to pre- BritiMh Armstrong-Siddeley S*p-
industriallsU ample experience of serve a balanced view of _<*. phtre Jet motor.
ihe methods of radiochernistry.
Dr. J. E Johnston, of Harwell's
isotope division, will conduct the
first course. Three later four-
week courses have been arranged.
L E 8.
and it is when that bauanceit The" Sapphii
thai the trouble starts. The world's most powerful aircraft
kmd of trouble the world Is facing engine*. American reports indi-
kftathH eate that It may be used for a new
< asjsji stokes speaking In a fighter being built for the United
BBC pregraaame). States Navy.I.X.8.
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TENNIS DRESSES SEERSUCKER OR COTTON HOUSECOATS
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THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE


PAGE FOl'R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOfflTE
I'-lrlrd br lh AdvocaW Co. L*.. Broad St. BrtdMlown
Friday. April 13. 1951
MM >ll SI III 4.ISI I II
WITH ihe passing of the Adult Suffrage
Bill giving the right lo vote to every per-
son who had reached the age of 21 years,
the old register of voters comprising the
electoral roll became obsolete and it was
necessary to prepare a new register of
voters.
To this end the Government appointed
213 Assistant Rt -lsU'ruig Officers and these
with 122 supcrvis >rs are now.issuing forms
for registration throughout the island. The
work was begun on April 2 and must be
limshed by June in order that new regis-
ters can be compiled.
The Assistant Registering Officers are
already experiencing great difficulties be-
cause of obstruction on the part of thous-
ands of people. In some instances it has
been claimed that there is no necessity to
register again, in others that the registra-
tion of women would make them serve as
jurors at the Court of Grand Sessions,
while others feel that they should be paid
to register.
Thousand : rtfltM t<> rBgJlttr Oil rvligious
grounds.
The public must realise that the new Act
wiped out the old registers except for a
bye election during the year. In the case
of women it is not true that every woman
who registers will be called upon to serve
as a juror because the jury list will be
prepared separately from the list of voters.
It has been claimed that the fact that
every adult had to be registered afresh
was not mi (lieu-nth advertised so that the
public could be acquainted with the cir-
cumstances and the need for re-registering.
This criticism overlooks the fact that the
coming into operation of the new system
was advertised by means of a public notice
published several days in the Press. But
even if this had not been done, it is clear
that the appointment of 213 Assistant Reg-
istering Officers and 22 Supervisors whose
duty it is not merely to issue forms for reg-
istration but to explain to people who are
potentially qualified voters why it is
necessary to register is evidence of the
awareness of the Government of the ob-
stacles. Under the old system of income
qualification it was necessary for those
who held that qualification and who want-
ed to exercise their right as voters to go to
a Justice of the Peace, swear to their quali-
fication and then hand them to a Register-
ing Officer.
The necessity for registering must be
clear to all those who give the matter the
slightest consideration. With the introduc-
tion of party government in this island, it
was not enough to leave it to the members
of the various parties to register such
people as might be of their political view
or who might be sympathetic towards their
policies. It was plainly the duty of the
Government to set up machinery for the
registration of all those who might be en-
titled to vote so that all the people might
take part in the establishment of govern-
ment.
The reason for registering is to exercise
a civic right by taking part in the selection
of the personnel of government.
If there is no registration, there can be
no voters' list, no election, no House of
Assembly and so no proper form of Gov-
ernment. Registration is then the first
step in the formation of a government and
it is the duty of every citizen aged 21, to
till in the forms delivered to them. The
earlier it is done the more time will be
available for the preparation of the regis-
ters and the electoral roll.
i -S. Senufor Paul II. Iloiitflii*. propo%e%-
A I'i-o2i*aiiiiiMk lor
Resisting Aggression
I belong to the school ot thought The United States offered to The United States must main,
hich taUtvW lh;.t ihe United share the secret of atomic energy tain - foreign polirv of ratUUni
State* must strive to help put with the whole world, including Russian BKKieuton everywhere
down nggrcsMon wherever wc RlMBla, provided only that there we can. We mut maintain this
can. We would do this provided, should be an adequate interna- policy for our own security as well
first, that other nations will adc- tional Inspection to which we as for that of the other free and
quately join us in the attempt; would be subject to prevent any independent naUam of the world.
and second, that l'ie places in country from making atomic I should like to emphasize, how-
whlch the aggression occurs, or bombs. We also offered to dena- ever, that we are am the only ones
threatens to occur, are acces'thlc ture our atomic bombs under the who should take this Hand *
to mil forces. same conditions. Kusiia refused nation with a stoke In freedom
I favour this because I believe to agree to this international in- and independence hould nn the
thai peace is indtvtBable, and be- spcction same. Unices we help, the Com.
cause I believe that if aggression. We sought, HUVXHtl the United munlsU could now sweep over all
particularly the concerted Com. Nations, to create a pooled force of Europe, Asia, the Middle East.
niuiiist type, is allowed to succeed, to resist aggression. Russia failed and Africa. Since this might be
it will build up the strength of the to co-operate Russia has ham- done, we must build up our corr-
iiggressors and encourage them to strung the United Nations by bined strength to meet this chal-
further aggression using the veto no less than 44 lenge.
t d not believe in "his tclicy in times, evei prior to tne Koreas i^t us determine that our civil-'
Older to be aggressive, i believe crisis. utatlon is not to fall and that the
in it because I want lha reign of We have helped l organize in- ice-cap of the police state shall not
law to triumph I want all men tetnational agencies to enhance descend upon us. If that were to
and nations to be able to live the arts of peace. Russia has happen then the liberties which
relatively free from attack, and refused to co-operate with them. we taK>1. for granted. ;s the air we
hence able to enjoy freedom and We have stripped ourselves of breathe. would illiappeei It
justice and tn cultivate the arts our colonial empire by freeing the would be hundreds of years, per-
of peace. I would like to have the Philippines and giving up rights to haps many centuries, before that
United States, as the strongest intervene In Cuba ice-cap .vould roeh.
nation in the world, continue to Under the Marshall Plan wc
lead in these efforts, although 1 offered economic assistance to all Arnold Toynbajr, in his recent
have no desire to dictate to any- of Europe, including Russia and great work on history, says that
one, even In these worthwhile her satellites. Russia not only re- civilizations fall because of "in-
pursuits. 1 believe that the ulti. fused to come in herself, but also sufficient response" t mate safety of the United States prevented her European satellites And the gloomy Qormnn, Rpcng.
lies in having a secure world, and from coming In. '. had the same version, that
that our own safety, like that Ol Th.tt totalitarian power most of "V,'Jiza.,,ons.faJ! oceanic the inner
other nations, is involved In the M nve lnng believed is commit- fallh in f'VihMtion wears itself
maintenance ol peace everywhere. tw( D>. ;, vcry nature to a garri. oul- *"*' t-onimunists IwlK
The Umt.-d States CSflUlot r*gM son stale that threatens to expand. >h's >a hat *'" happen to us
Communist aggression oil over the in lhc piul| acting through the T"ey ,hmk..,he stream of history
world by itself. Other_ non-Corn- United Nations, we prevented
rtunlst countries should share the Russian aggression i
Ir.
i the
It lies within our power to
burden. If we can encourage Dardanelles, and in Greece Act- prove them right or wrong,
such help by our own willingness ,nK wnh 0ur British and French nve faith in the essence of our
to resist aggression, it would be allies, we prevented Russian sciz. ?**** namely, respect for the
far better than letting the Com. uie of Berlin. individual and a deep desire to
tnunists take over the whole Wherever we showed strength >mProv* human life and if we
world, even excepting the West. 1o resist Communist aggression, translate such a faith Into acts.
ern Hemisphere. I would rather the Russians hacked down we w ,,?ur"ve- J* wc do not'
have allies with us if we have to Last June 24, however, the w*' "rc ,lKe'y lo ail-
light Russia than to face Russia forces of world Communism. non-Commun.st wor d. if it
alone. solid)v backed hv Russia, commit- W|U nlv unite, still holds the pre.
At this late day it can hardly be ted military aggression across the Ponderonce of power. I, has
true that we must debate what whole of a national frontier. Now. more than twice the population of
power appears to be the main In- Russia has committed its largest ""' L,ommilEl". world It has
stlgator of war If it should come satellite. China, lo the risk of gen- many umei ,n* industrial strength
llfMB in era! war, of the Communists. For the mo-
After World War II the United If war comes, it will be insti- ment It is weak in inllltar>
States reduced its armed forces gated by Russia, not by us. strength at Its very centre. Bui
from 13,000,000 men to 1.500,000 The danger confronting us Is a we can repair this
and had only a scant 12 divisions totalitarian Communist danger. Freedom can -in If all free
i prior to the Communist aggression The record of Soviet gains gives peoples arc united Such deter-
| in Korea. Russia did not cut its conclusive proof that it is the mined unity can perhaps still
total force by more than one-half, weak and not the strong who are deter .the aggressor: from going
has 175 divisions, prob- in danger. If there is any hope further and can give us peace. It
ably the equivalent of 135 to 140 for peace with Russia, we will is confessedly a slim hope, but it
American divisions find it in strength. is the only hope for pe,
Will The Terror
Spread to Bagdad?
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'All Not Sweet On Sugar
Deal; Bailie Brewing
HASH im- POi
PICNIC BLOCK*
IT IS an excellent thing for people to
spend a day in the country on a picnic. It
is an excellent thing and deserves con-
gratulation of those responsible (or organ-
ising picnics But it is essential that the
organisers of picnics should realise that
their excursion is for a relatively small
number ol people. The thousands of work-
ers who are not going lo the picnic are still
entitled to the use of the island's highways.
This right to use the island's highways was
severely restricted yesterday morning by
the thoughtless action of six 'bus drivers
on the St. James coasl road. Instead of
collecting their "picnic" passengers off the
road, and then spacing their departures in
accordance with the flow of traffic travel-
ling on the road at that time, these 'bus
drivers lined up their 'buses in close forma-
tion and delayed the passage of four times
the number of other vehicles wanting to
use the road at that particular point.
Quite apart from the thoughtlessness of
this action, the practice, common in Barba-
dos of parking vehicle! immediately be-
hind preceding vehicles, li antisocial
Whenever vehicles have to park in the
main roads for whatever reason, it is quit*
possible for traffic to continue, providing
that vehicles take good care to allow a
space of 20 feet between vehicles No one
capable of entering a vehicle is incapable
of walking an extra 20 feet. But the 20
feet makes all the difference between the
passage and the jamming of traffic.
IN MID-AIR BETWEEN It worked perfectly. Many of is making it the most important
PERSIA AND IRAQ, the dead nun's friends were so plank In its political campaign
The wheels of our VikitiK have iriuhteneri that they dropped .ttta Don't forget either, that Persii
hardly shaken the dust of Teher.m wreaths snd (lowers they carried terrorist leader, the Moslem priest
bjrport from their stiU-rcvoIvimt j.|Unk away rrom the procession Kashani. has a large and devoted
!i>'-- end tried to melt into the crowd following In Iraq.
An American Embassy courier Df bystanders It I may believe some bitterly
leans across the gangway between anti-Western deputies whom I
us. "There has been anolher Contrast met at an Iraqi friend's house |i
attempt to assassinate the Prem- BAGDAD What a contrast is only Uie presence of Britain':
icr." he says to me. "They told Here, too. as throughout ttv East. R-A.F. at Iraq's Habaniya air
me just as I was leivlng." men want to grab the fruits ol base that has prevented thing?
Yes, there is literally no get- Western thrift. Initatkve, and here going the way of Persia be-
ting away from it Tehehan. technical capacity Nationalisation toT* this.
viih its terror rule ot murder looks to them the simplest and Sold one of them, with general
umnurs. pursues us into the quickest method of achieving it. approval: -Let the British wiui-
iky, Kighteen deputies of the draw their garrison from Uie ulr
For the past fortnight I have Nationalist opposition have put b*w an been checking up three or lour down a motion in the Iraqi Par. cn> an8 of thieves and ro&bon
KSsnsslnation reports like this nament demanding nationalisa- rultnK a"o exploiting ua will be
per day. Most ot them are false tion of the partly British-owned '"her dead or abre
Whether they are siKmlani-ously i,m, Petroleum Company and its Rut ,hp companies gel out
ated or deliberately planted *ul>sldlarles In Bara and Mosul. 'raa- ,nas already Sl one lot of
by the Communist \inrlci ground. The Government itself has lei American-! Lined up as co-
as some say. I do not know. it be tflnownunofllciHUyh operators.
But they aie just U effective u.i failing redress of its grievances Nerve War
the real thing in cowing all those by ihe companies it is consider- u/K-r, ..... ,_ t. j ...
who have doubts about ^ie ing natlonalisaUon as a means of u "w ".,, 1 il, ^ '"idu,t "irc \
feasibility of the terrorist (and ending the -'most unsatisfactory- ZS,*V\i .".* *rmm
Communist) sponsercd national.- Basra and Mosul concessions. """!*'*"* of<,*-s*'><<; Tydings.
But there ,s no stampede as In *?*&?*"! $S
Tchei.in. 'Wait and see how tiul firms of corporation lawyers,
things go in Persia." is the watch- the Texas oil magnate Rav Kyan!
MOST telling episode yet was word. Critic*even Nationalist'! associate of the 110-and-camlni
the funeral of Dr. Zanghnneh. like deputy Salman Shaik Daoud Sherman Hunt COnCOrn, oil expert
the Education Minister In the speak up against nationalisation W. Gorman, and the British oil
Razmara Government, who died without fear of being assassinated financier F W. Itu-kett.
of his injuries after being shot ns traitors the following day. At the Invitation of Premier
by a theological student. Tho "Reason" says Daoud "not cmo- Nuri. the parly made a tour of
Government was reported to tion. must guide our decision, the 87.000 have ordered him stale funeral, y/hat evidence is there that na- HOlOfcV
But it was a most modest tionallsatlon is likely to increase Reported Ryan to the Minister,
affair. Cabinet Ministers wen- ,(. revenue from oil?" Dla Jaffa, at the end of the trip:
"too busy" to ntlend. The party u j8 the kind of question which "In two years 1 would sink 200
of mourners was not more than the Teheran oil OOnUUMon welli here."
30 to 40 strong. When they should hav# debated at length Now all this talk of nalionali-
arrived for the ceremony, they Dut never did sat ion and negotiations with the
found ttMOMlvCg faced by i "Its the RAF ." Americans i. ju>t So much nerve
host ilu crowd. The ;nob. led by Make no mistake, though, dis- war. But like nil war it Is d-.n^.i-
tn organised terror gang, boned pin- all this healthy realism, oil
!: rid .it t^< mourners and nationalisation is a live uma now
upbraided them for honouring " in Bagdad, and it is likely to be- F.;ist MOOX,
traitor." come livelier still. The opposition
The Mofc Boos
specially in an inflammable
ituntion like that of the Middle
1..E S-
OI'R KEADEHS SAY:
W iiluu-* Fund
To The Editor. The Adrocole
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t'lihrrnmi "wii 1
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u i'.i- ii | lad Hi BSSffS*
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the lost two days I
It Bathshehn ntakta
In aid of the widow
children of Herbert
,ho was drowned at
ftthlpsj on Monday
SIRFor
liave been
n collection
and seven
Goodman.
sea. when
morninn.
I am enclosing n list of sub-
scriptions up to date, and I would
i. vn irataral if you would i>e
kind enough to publish this, and
any further amounts that your
reader* may be kind enough to
ontribute. This Is a TOT) d*J
erving case as the last child is
only eleven months old. and tln'ic
are throe othei> am lei nine >...i.
of age. I have given the widow
a sum to carry her over the next
few days, and urn opening I
Savings Account with the re-
mainder
Any subscriptions could he
sent either to me at Hie mule
address or to Mis-
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T. HOWE
Whitehall.
Cadrtagtao HID
April 12. 10S1.
H./. Cricket Ttmm
To tlic tdilor. The Adrocorr
sin Allow me to add m>
c.uota of disgu.-t to thi- uinwini
pile stacked up In connection with
the manner In which thi- WM h.
uies Cricket Board Ol Control is
t;andlmg the I9S1 West Indies Tout
to Australia. They seem to know
nothing about what is really hap
pening. care less about keeping
the public informed, and have nt
regard whatever about who is dis-
gusted whether h be player, cm
ployer. or Just enthusiast like mv
MB
I sympathise with Frank Wor-
rell, and al] the other chaps whi
i^re awaiting the decisions o ihi
august body whiah Mvm> In tn
Way anxious to expedite matter
one way or the other. Perhaps th.
President. Mr Nufies, may not b*
the Mussolini-like ilgure your ver
fiaflaj Spoils Editor ninjures hirr
up to be. and there may be som<
good reason for not telling us wha
is really igoing on But for goodness
sake do tell US -omething Don'
let us imagine things, becaust
11 und of rumour contain.'
at least 2 ounces of fact.
Tell us what you hav. do, am
who. if anytKi.lv at all. is really t<
blame for um delay.
Please reinoinbcr we u
ndlng our best team tr
Australia, and would even sut-
i pay Mtra if I
cessarv to do so.
Yours. KXPER1ENCE.
OTTAWA (Staff).
Canada is in a bitter fight over supar at
Torquay Poavtbk) reporcusslona on the
Empire preferential tariff structure and
especially on Canada's relations with British
West Indies are considerable.
The litfht centres on efforts by Cuba lo
Ret a share of the big Canadian sugar market,
worth $76 million last year and given almost
wholly to Commonwealth sources of supplv.
One presently unanswered question is:
what is Cuba willing to pay in concessions on
Canadian manufactured woods as a quid pro
quo? j
Australia and other Commonwealth
spokesmen meanwhile are fighting to retain |
this lush business within the preference
framework.
Legally, Canada is bound by her preferen-,
tial siujiir rates negotiated under treaty with
B.W.I, in li2:>. WV Can't break this agree-1
ment. But we could nullify its effect by I
buying sugar at the full general tariff rate
either under subsidy or by direct govern-
ment purchase.
$11 MILLION SUBSIDY
Unknown to most Canadians in all this is
the fact that as consumers, they paid a cash
subsidy of about Sll million last year to give
their sugar business to Commonwealth coun-
tries. This means clOM to a cent a pound on
all sugar which Canadians import.
AH but about 1'. of our sugar imports came
from Commonwealth sources in 1950.
Of total imports, $16.4 million came from
Jamaica; $13.6 million from British Guiana;
$11 million from Australia; $10 million from
Fiji; S7.3 million from Barbados; $7.6 million
from Trinidad. Only $414,000 come from
Cuba and a like amount from Dominican
Republic.
The present British preference arrange-
ments date back to the B.W.I, agreement of
1925. At that time Canada granted the B.W.I.
a protective preferential concession of $1 per
100 lb The preferential rale in the 1920
treaty with B.W.I. had been 83.2 cents per
100 lb. Between 1912 and 1920 it had been
15 cents.
Since the present tariff against Cuban
sugar is $1.28, this means that theoretically,
Empire sugars can charge anything up to the
world price plus $1.28 and still retain the
business.
In practice, the rate of Empire sugars is
sol a litile below what the traffic will bear.
Instead of $1.28. the present Empire rate is
about $1.13. This means that the effective
Empire preference is about 85 cents per
100 lb.
STEAMSHIP SUBSIDY
Twenty-live years ago, this protective
preferential protective concession by Canada,
when added to our annual subsidy lo build.
operate and maintain the Lady Boats in the
B.W.T. service, was Canada's contribution
!<> mniiitcnance of traditional trade relation-
ships between this country and the B.W.I.
In the '30's. this preference cost Canada
several millions annually as compared with
the price she could have bought the sugar
on world markets. The steamship subsidy
was cumulative. Until the war it had cost
about $2 million annually, inclusive of
interest on capital investment.
When the treaty was tigntd, there was
an important quid pro quo by way of ptwfiaT-
ential treatment for Canadian manufac-
tured goods in the B.W.I, market. At one
time, upward of 2,000 individual Canadian
exporters were doing business in B.W.I. For
many, this was their initial introduction into
export business.
But since inconvertibility and Ihe dolla
ihortagO, Canadian manufacture! s have
been having a rough time in B.W.I.
Last year, total Canadian sales thero
slumped one third. On a volume bMfcl GUI
exports last year were 5;< less than in 1938.
They were less than one quarter our volume
of trade in the peak years following the
war.
Just recently a new trade liberalization
plan has been introduced. This gives Can-
adians a hunting license in their old stamp-
ing tiounds. The maximum trade they car
obtain is 50' of postwar sales in some lines;
33J'.< in others.
This is the background into which the
Cubans have hurled their demand for some
shore of Canada's sugar business.
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SEEK TREAT* REVISION
Long before the Cubans raised this issue
at Torquay. Canada had indicated inform-
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treaty. For the past two years there has
been a strong feeling in Ottawa that we
were paying far too high a price for the sort
of concessions now being allowed us by
U.K. authorities in this traditional Canadian
market.
One important feature of this preference
is that the B.W.I, gets no direct benefit from
the fact that they have become big dollar I it
earners because of these heavy Canadian 18
purchases.
Last year, our purchases from B.W.I.!
reached a new record figure of $67 million
But the $37 million balance of trade in
favour of B.W.I, goes direct into the dollar
pool iti Britain. And the complaint is fre-
quently voiced in B.W.I, that since the bal-
ance of trade turned so itiongly In ihrn
favour, there has been no commensurate
relaxation in import restriction
Canadian goods.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1951
BAKBAOOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
St. Lucy Churchwarden
Asks For "No Friction"
MR. K. L. WARD. M.C.P., was appointed Church-
warden of St. Lucy for the ensuing term .9!. 1-52. when the
St. Lucy's Vestry met yesterday.
The nomination was made by Mr I C. Sobers and was
MCOOdvd by Mr D. E. Webster
I MM .l|| \<. I II MOM. H
Mr. Wart said that as the lot!
foil on him, he was prepared to
do his best for the parish.
He would live up to expecta-
tions of the parishioner* and
carry on the good uork started
by his predecessors.
Id- was hoping that during his
term of office there would be no
friction, but rather cooperation
among the boards and Vestry on
the whole.
Hearsay, he said, was respon-
ublv for lot<> of friction. He was
Biking the Vestry to deal with
lawfully and maliciously wouix:- hard facts rather than hearsay.
ingCeraldineHlnkson in her fore- He realized that the response
head with a pine joist. The inci- billty of a churchwarden was a
dent occurred along Lukes Alley, great one and that he had a big
Labourer Fineti
3 lor Wounding
A FINE of 3 In 28 days wiin
an alternative of two
imprisonment wa* imposed on
Athelbert Aahby. alias Hraatha*
or cal Brown, a 35-year-old
labourer of Percy's Gap, Martin
dales, by City Police Magistrate
Mr. c. L*. Walwyn yesteraay
Alhby was found guilty 01
cay
A CANE FIRE at Mangrov
Plantation. St. Philip, a
Wednesday night burnt th
n half arre-
l/icy are the property of
Carnngton Estates Ltd. and were
insured.
Another lire on Wednesday at
Walkers Plantation. St. George.
burnt five and a half acres of first
and second crop ripe earn
property of C. L. Davis
were also insured
DISTRICT Welfare
Mr. Weekee and M
11->ut.it inn to live up to
H.
Officers Elected
ght burnt three and The Vestry then proceeded
of second cop upe ^T01 *n" offlc0" it c
mittees. They are H toUom
.Senior Guardian: Mr. F.
Greaves.
Junior Guardian; Mr. C.
Yearwood.
Sanitary Commissioners Dr. A.
. C. Kirton. Mr W. I. Greaves, Mr
> thc K. C. O'Neal. Mr. J Alleyne and
Thoy Mr. N. Slocombe
Building Committee Mr J
Officers. Allevne Mr. W. L Greavc*. Mr
Bl*d> I L. Ward. .Ml C. H. Year-
PICTURED here i> H.M C.8. Hlcmac a- it ploughed It*
*.>**! came Into the Harbour-many member*, of the crew
'ay into Carlisle- Bay ymUrdsy. As soon as th*
crowded thu deck to get a glimpse of the Island.
man, are going through inanv wood and Mr. F. A. Greaves.
IUM in
St. Peter's
I .ami Tax
Goee Lj>
nd Repairer:
St Peter land owners will have
n pay $i.oo mora pM m r% u
land tax tills year than the $3.28
(*% Mr CoU>_W.rd_r.d S^SKJ^S
districts in Belleplaine In search Organ Time
of people to start classes in em- E J. Bonvlcr.
broidery etc at the nelleplaine Delegates: Mr. D. E. WebsU
Playing Fiekl. (Vestry); Mr. Collin V
A general meeting is expected to Mr. J. E. Marvllle <9?n*Ie*2jt-r
be held next Wednesday night to and Parish Church); Mr. C. Birch SZ^^Slwi 29'', cenis
give these classe, (St. Clement's ,IJ> = K dollar The S* Prter V-
During Miss Hlackman's warch Mr. J J Broome tat. ,rv dwldc(, lo makc lhL, increase
she met some of the old students Swithans). yesterday lo meet the increased
TT"pUiSTaSSSm. u7ilU Capital Expenditure.
Id. iCI.vharl*n.. Mr n *
featir, Mr 1 C. Sob.. Mr (J t.
SaaL Mr W I. Grrtvcu. Mr C II.
urn-nod. Mr. J. AIUvn. M.. F. A
of Mrs. If. A. Vaughan who i
willing to help. She had an Inter-
view with some of them. During
the evening a netball game wa
played at Belleplaine under the
supervision of Miss Rlackninn
NINfcTFEN YEAR OLD Jam-;
Tavlor a Inhourer <.f Cattle
Grant Sl Josenh. ws taken t>^
the General Hospital yesterday
morning sulTerlne. from head in-
juries and detained. He was In-
volved in an accident with a load-
ed mule-drawn rart.
From Rest House
To Furniture Shop
THE Admiral Grant Sattori EUat, ona of tba
buildings on lower Bay Streat, is now being reconatructad
lo be used as a furniture shop. It is tha prOfM tty of Ml
Ralph A. Beard, a city businessman.
About SO years ago. the late----------------------------------------------------
\\ hvaii SeleeMd
To Be Attorney
< .rn<-nil Of Kenva
Flower, Fruit Show
RUSSIAN WIT
LONDON.
Moscow radio reported
that a trio of cartoonists
known as Kukiynsky were
awarded n Stalin prire of
SI8,830 for n ,series of ear-
loons depicting President
Truman, Prime Minister
Attlee. General Mat-Arthur
Dean Achcson and Foster
Dulles as warmongers.
The broadcast, monitored
in London, also stated that
ihc Soviet Council of Min-
isters awarded n Stalin prize
of $25,200 to the directors,
actors and cameramen of the
film "Secret Mission."
This Russian film portrays
Winston Churchill seeking to
make a separate peace with
Hitler .Ul 8.
E. Hamlet V
chased the building which ''j
than i small dilapidated on*, '">
tfat Brlttab aV lion BooMa in
England lo be used as a resl
mmn, This wu done
throuah *he InttnunantaUtj <>i
: i Grant who eanw out hi ni
ihe need for such Mr J. Whvntt. Attorney Gen.
.. |. : -I It ...... eventually opened ,.,;li iu |,ll(|0, hag hern selected
by BtlhOP Bwabey III IBOl, rr appoinlineui to the poM .t
The purpose of this hostel was Attorney General. Kenya.
Last year's Capital Expenditure
was .B.O00. This year the Ves-
try plans making extensions at
Ihc almsliouse for children (4u.11-
tcrs and more suitable nurses
quartets The organ tuner's sal-
ai. nil] W InHieaeiJ and provis-
ion is also made EM an increase lo house sailors who visual he
n Ihc wages of the sanitary em- m the days when shipping was Mr Whyati. who was born 1
plovees. Two street lamps will be mostly done by sailing vessels 1905. 15 a Bachelor of Arts of Ox
plated on Farm's Road and these which used to remain in port for ford University and was called t
new Iteaaa along with Ihe over- several days Nowadays. sailors the^Ilar^of the loner Tcmpli
Guilty of
Larceny \
Placed Qn Probation
Aftet a deliberation 01 about 4fc
minute*, a It nun jury yesterdto
UMMd Anglic Hunte guilty of thr
i a00 valued ai $iol tne property of S P. Muuon *.
Co.. Ltd en October 23 at Un
I Grand Sessions yeater
aaj
*tls Honour the Acting Crtiei
Jumce placed him on probation fv.
18 months. Wuitlekl Layrte an.
rianMrl Hulson who w.n aj 1
with Hunte were 4J|
charged.
Lefore placing Hunte on prob.
Uon. His Honour told the jury |ha
he could not understand the t
verdict; he could only ma III
they had found the boy guilty an
Ud not found the tw ring-lead-
ers guilty.
This case was a retrial as o.
She lirsl occasion a jury could not
agree on a verdict whether or not
the three defendant* Anuu-
Hunle. Herbert Hutson and Win
Held Laynewere guilty of th
larceny of goods valued at $161 ?t
the property of S. P Musaon t
Co., Ltd., on October *Ja
In the case yesterday were Mr
1 E T Brantker lu l.ayn,- an
Mr. W W Hi-.-. K C. for the
Crown.
in his addresv -o the Jury Mi
Brain kor Wbttllttad Ihat ownn
ship had not been pravad by tli<
Otdcal i"0-s**,u,'on- They should have ii>
iheir minds that the prosecution
as there lo prove their ease erlth
out a reasonable douht t)wnei
hip must be cstablinhcd m a laf
ceny case. He ended by subinil
ting Ihat Ihey. the (ury. ihouid b
very careful how they accepted ihi
eviden.-e of Harbour Police Con
stable Gill and Harbour PoUd
Constable Wilkinson who eraffi
witnesses for the prosecution
W W Reeee, Solicitor Q*n
did not addrtal the hlr)
BRUSH...

WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
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KnUit u Urn tnrtl "I
id rom/or(aM> eM/rW.
tlluiM'i ,,Mr-if*nd
tliam a hni dritt tfiar.
Wisdom
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Ferns. ornamental plants
flowerinir plants in baskets,
grafted plants in addiUon to
vegetables and fruit will be
among Ihe exhibits ..t the IB*
tcenth Annual Exhibition of Ihc
Hortleanural society which opens
at QtMen'S Park on Satutday
April 21 from I6 p.m.
There will also bo a luncheon
table decora t ion and those
desirous of entering are .isked to
communicate with Mrs. T. H-
H Wilkinson.
Plants in pots would be race h
ed Ihe day before the exhibition '
from 9 5 p.m. and cut flowers,
vegetable and fruit on the same
morrinii of the show betweei
and B30
The Committee are hoping not
only to have a good attendance
but l K<*i many exhibits as
WA'cuu will be offered by the SIXTEEN planes from th.
Orthid'crrcle t theI, member- H M C S Mnleet flew over
only lor the best exhibit al the Barbados betwc
show. There will be three other p.m. yesterday
cups offered to members of the formations.
Horticultural Society for the
greatest number of points for cut
spent amount of $1,654 from last coming here on fteamers hardly
raeu dm earriad the Capital Ex- remained longi-r than a da> or
penditure to $57,000. two and so preferred to sleep on
Vestry members said that eon- the ship.
ditions at the nlmshouse wre bad In the tally years of ihe Sailors
and there wan netd for many nest. M. Weekea ana Mr. Grant
ch times Pile iu*d to go out on Si.:
The Vestry decided to erect the to Irliit ships in Carlisle Bay to
two street lamps after a number hold services for the men Ber-
laxpayers hod written to ask vices were also held It the ft) lei
1917
Tha 6 -i
rlna
he bt
that iwo lamps he put up.
Mr. T. S. Chandler, last year's
Churchwarden, was unanimously
re appointed Churchwarden
Members of the V.-M. piaised Mr
Chandler (Of his eiu. D in carry-
ing out the affairs of the parish."
Mr. Chandler Rave a short re-
port on his work as Church.
a rd en
last
Sixteen Planes
From "Magnificent"
Fly Over Barbados
1.30 and 2.30
variety
Many people rushed from theii
. prlS- of $5 00 to
for the best collect
blcs exhibited by a
f
tiool
to roof tops to
cgetn- Ket a glimpse of the PfcjM*-
Others hlood In the centre of the
road and looked into the sky
chleflv of repairs to churches.
Mr. G. Gill and Mr. A. A. Gill
were appointed as the two Poor
Law Guardians. Mr. O. Gill, the
Senior Guardian was Guardian
la* raw while Mr. A. A. GiP
takes over from Mr. T. E. Corbln.
Other appointments w e r <
Health Commissioners, Messrs
T. S. Chandle-. T K Cmbin. G. O
Parris. E. L. Bannister and A. Gilt
Highway Commissioners: Messn
T. S. Chandler. A. A. Gill and G
Gill.
The Building Committee will be
p,.-i 1. 1,-.. 11
diaru.
The Tax RelUf Committee ..re
Messrs. T. S. Chandler, G. GUI.
A. GUI, T. E Corbin and C. A.
Thornton
and were ciinducted either by
Ui Weekea .< Weslevan Ulni n
or the Chaplain ">f any vlsttine.
warship which was in port at
the time.
During, the following years up
to 1929. then ware several addi-
tions and enlargements to the
, hostel. First, strip of land was
WW\ speaking purchased. This made possible, a
.....ill front yard, a more adequate
ow which was a wing
of iwo rooms for the Superintend-
ent and increased space at the
back.
Spacious :>orm.
Next came the addition of a
gpss lOUJ two storey dormitory at .
the back of the original premises.
.... For ihb.. a laying of corner stones
- by Lady O'Brien and her two
daughters was arranged in COO ,
nectton with Ihc unveihrg >>' r
Governor Sir Charles O'Brien of 1
the Memorial Tablet to Admiral f
Grant in IB20
W.IYATT
r of Mr. Willinck':
Butcher
Discharged
Hie Honour the Acting dual
iiKii.i Mi 1; 1. Tayloi yaaterdaj
butcher ..f Kinineituii I |M S
Michael, when he was found nn|
guilty of the fraudulent convei-
slon of money to the amount of
?n belonging lo James King at
(be Court of Qnana Beanang yei-
lelil.i.
Counsel in the ra*e were Mr
E It Harrow for the accused and
Mr W W Ueece, K C, for Ihe
Crown
James King said that he seni
$40 made up of two $20 notes by
lad to Barker so that he could
buy a calf for him on October 25
i~it<-i in the same day the iacUMi
told him that he had lost the
" oney which he hml placed in hi:,
hip pocket, hut promised lo pa;
I bach soon to him.
Bfl gave Ihe accused ample time
to repay him. hut on Decambot :'l
he could not do onythlnn else but
report the mntter to the POUOB
Before Mr. Barrow had llnishe.
cross-examining Kinu. Mr. Heece
Ubmlttori that from tin
HARRISON'S BROAD ST
"JONES" I \>llll
IIAMI KKHIXi;
>IAtlll\i:S
on uiu .th
NO EXCITEMENT
AT SUGAR AUCTION
THERE is not the excitement
nor the number of buyers at a
damaged sugar sale as there is at
a furniture or some similar sale.
On Wednesday in less than 10
minutes. DaCosta A Co. Ltd.
Pierhead 1-ane. sold 74 bags of at ihe side banked, turned and
damaged sugar to tour city mer- formed u group of four to lead
chant- The sugar was sold in me others on then return run
lots of 10 bags. This time three group* of four
. Idell. .
thereafter prac ,h)>rr wa no paw, , |llk<. t)( |h,
This tablet was inscribed 10 the m iM7 M Crown Counsel. Hong ,nP 'UI'
meinorv of men of the Men amile Kong Fron, l94l to l946 he w, ------
Marine who gave their lues in rpcon(|el for administrative work
Mr Chandler brought to the the ltfl418 War ;, Seciei.n., of the Eastern Group
,"trv> auention the water short- The hostel had restated sPPl> Council In India and sub-
Onc man who was paying no al B.mcobel and suggested accommodation for M """ J** lequantly a.s Supply Liaison Ofll-
ittention to traffic was struck on ,h , .orrv nr iwo should 1* sent whom there were such amuse- cer in Australia and New Zealand
il leg b a bicycle. with water through that LW No ments as billiards, darts and card ,. lHmMl.,, , ,lon- Kwg in ,,
games. Newspapers and jxMiodi ., atlod 1(S cuslodmn of Enemy
1 were -lw provided rortlicm. i>rowrlv
hiring the second World War. two fan laJei ^ Attorney Oen-
'1- 1 - " > nr u '- -I ,.,.., . ,,,. r.,|,,ri. pyTtg tll.
as it had to accommodate at times 9trwlt9 in Rj(rbad0s h(1 was ,,
' ""1 *3 Ti,i^ ^ Poin,wl King's Counsel
were torpedoed, picked up and
brought here This continn.il lor Mr Whyati, accompanied h>
several months, but with tl..
n of hostilities and UM |ri,|
, ., decision was reached.
The planes, on their tlrst (light ,hc maner.
over, were arranged in three
groups of four each while ihe
other four, flanked
formation in pairs.
Bound Over
The March sitting oi
of Grand Sessions eAded >'
with the retrial of a larceny case
Miaa o. r-nemy Q h(.,u ove^ fo|
S,as2StSr' the'nexf ass.zes-which was om
the
naln
They fie
ing Ihe
east and after OOVel
of the island thin'
Mis$ Harbin Dies
In Grenada
retlrenv rrt 0! Mi Weel
d'r .in Our (>wi> Correiponlrtii'
GRENADA. April U
Miss Louie Harbin, Assistant BrtUatl Sallon Boeh
Librarian at the Public Library, Mr. Jnmes Huseell to carry
while Grenada, and fourth daughter of Superintendent and Port Mil
Th7 to take up b
out
of Rex v St. Clalr Foste
labourer of St. Joseph In which
jury could not ugree on e verdict
after it was put to them.
In that case Mr J. E. T
ife. is expected to leave Eng- Brain ker appeared on behalf of th*
the 21^t of April in ordei .neuse.1 Poster Is bound over for
appointment
he
exl
19 ires.
The usual auctioneer's bell was Iormed a "V formation while Grenada, and fourlh da. ghu
Kit rung nor was the auctioneer lhe other group remained well the late John HarbH lnspe.to
o ng much shouling In a qmcl , ,he .eai The lust gioup then of School; and Mrs. Hfrt^V0*"
^ ^.T .....nner Rut said lo the flU uiuier the others and went at the Colony Hospital shortl.
ry.
wavlhe auctioneer Just said to the View unner the others
half dozen men around him. 'Tins inll, the lead while the leadinr.
Jot$6 M (meaning MM a bag)? group fell back to the rea
One merchant irndded his head lo Following this Ihe "
Indicate that he favoured that (n many directions.
price. No one else took a bid and individual planes
when the auctioneer said "One performing stunts f'thei
TwoThree," that lot was sold. nr below the main formats
When the sugar Is sold in such
lot*, a man of limited cash cannot c,uo11iL
buy any. Among the half a dozen on told th.
men at the sale yesterday, there had^er
iaid that shi
RuaaeU
ine s.- .
After M'- -
the Colony Hospital shortly gbaut two
fter noon to-day. Kngh.inl were ImpriMld thai 'here
She was token to the hospital Wil.. ,,.,! nUR-h to be do
planes flc* yesterday after a short illness and antf ga It was costing lot M
* t times underwent an operation this m ould bo seen morning. salary for a Superlntemln.t it
ibovc A large crowd attended tho was dedded to sell the building
1. funeral which was held this after- af ihe society was not prepared
noon at St. George's Anglican
CbUIttl. Anhdeacon Pigott offi-
ciated.
1 her life.
A not he r
. who was looking
Advocate that the
it so many plane-*
was such a man who said to him- 1'
self. -Cheapgowl bargain, they
o"vcr Barbados in 1939
'tely ____ -_ H.M C S. Magnificent and Ifateor jet planes were lost on
j^stesuSff^^ \r*LT'"'''"-'
lour merchant!, without any com- ."^V^r" I"."..?,
petition, buy the 74 bag*.
TWOR.A.F.JF.TS LOST
YORKSHIRE. 'April 1^
Two of four Royal Air Fore
.nelio
merchants left the
xhortly afterwards their lorn
come to take away the sugar.
and
about 4.30
o'clock and anchored.
Many members of th<
could be seen strollii
City last night
ig around the
A search
started.
Each plane
p lot Renter.
to llnance it.
There was an Idea of "n.
another place more suitable foi
he hoflcl as it was felt that tht
, ...... I,*, i,(il*>
, ... i
for open air Hie i
1 itiuna pur
pones That idea, however, never
eame to fruition.
The building was eventually
-old to Commission Agent
EX JOY
irrierl only the Wllfl ,|lcn turned into \
Irani for a couple of yi I
l.-f.wn purchased by ii-
SOUPS
TO MU It . .
SATISFA1TiO
SOUTH AFRICAN LOBSTERper U
(.HUM SALMONLarge..... 6e.
(-\MFPF.LLS SOUPS:CHICKEN NOODLE CHICKEN
with RICE, CONSOMME. BOULLION. BEEF.
CREAM OF MUSHROOMper Tin .............
NEILSONS CHOCOLATESper bar............. I2c.
Nut Bolt. Roseb'ids. Jersey Nut. Jerse> Mi*. Macaroon, Burnt
Almond, Crisp) Crunch, Cherry Cream. Liquid Cherry.
<|{!tS CHEESE CRISPSper tin ................ $1.13
PEAK FPEANS CHEZSELETS- par im ...... $1.24
PEAK FREAKS MARTINI CRACKERSper tin $1 (H
HEINZ PICKLED ONIONSper jar ................ 79c.
stuffed OLIVESpar Jar .............. $I08
PLAIN OLIVES pei jar $1.80
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1 RI1JAY. APRIL li lil
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
h.ip PREVENT**,* DECAY
*w*tf tooth dmcoyl Vie refrwhinj umtlNI Touch Hnw
wWh chkt cavti> fornuiwi ihrvr .1 important way*.
1. iimiiim It-nh Patu- hrlrn Mm detiructi**
bacteria.
1 uimmi Tooth Paor attacki dull falm hkh
holdi bacterial -*, (ooth surfacia-
3. URUM Tooth I'.-u rvm help. iu remove
mouth acid*.
BtvMmg with Umm Tooth Put otlrf every "' ha*
reduc* uh d,-,*,. poLuhe* your leeth whiter, brighter thaa
CVT. t UllUlaN lovi in iumi. mi my H_A\...
TV.
.r..W..t
Ih.t build.I $.. '.m
and Swap 'cm ... 40
Cirdi in th Sriti.
CORNFLAKES
totbyf
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Mude by the maker-, ol famous LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC
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CEREALS
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QUAKERPuffed Wheat
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FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1*51
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BARBADOS \DV<< Mi.
PACI. SCVKN
T1UFHOK1 ItM
IV char** for mwhmM
Mir. a. Marriafrs, Deaths, Acai
^l"i'"U, and In Memoriam not*
J M or. w-k-( and 11 K on Sunday*
loi" an* >> ol word* i*> te a*.
J aerate per >M an tM-4>n
4 'irn m word art Suaaiaf/i lor
ililffMTw For lUlh. Mamafe or tn(>pt
IMMMMMI W Cart* OlUnj
eharge I* UM lor any mimfcii o( w
up lo SO h< t*im par word tor eeb
'Mil *"rd Trrm. ra.h I ha*,* UM
oat-Mo M and 4 p.m 1111 for B"
nmwi only Bftor p-an.
DUD
RYAN: On April It. 1MI. at hi.
dan** radepare Village. 91 PI
JOeUTnt B4ENJAUIN SAYAN
nan the aaov.
_____i rtowtott Sister U.i
MM raid. Jee*, llunte. Vrr.
- '.-Sen iCeueanai. kDNI rwW-
.Brether-in-l.,*,
|.|*tfOV..Oii IHh April a( hi. Ul*
rmdenre Cultor. tt Jama*. Jaaepei
KM fwkml leave* the above
r dtP.M at 4 3D p.m la-day lor tk
Advaeitlat Chuiet. and ihene* to Iha
St James Omelets
Ckrar Dt*lMi mill tt'i.hna-ton
.earn. Mna Ada ma tatep aasighteri.
liana Diayton IH.M In
TIIANKS
I V The I.yrarh family baa? lrei>>
Una n.dium lo thank, all thoaa wno
aant ua wreaths. caraJa and toltria, sr
in any BM ripmaew Iheii umpatllv
rau/ed b* Iha death ol Dorothy L'ixh.
SI Malthla* ftoad. (firm Chufs-r,
(rorfr lonrh i*aii Wila and rtulOirc.
Autorin Lyncn 'eon. Ciuaraai wW and
Trintdadi and child iria, civile Had
llrill ia.rjr.it children' MM' I.
I OH SALE
AlTOMcrTIVE
ALMOST NTw it HP Hadfcrd Van.
Qiaaranwa if. rrajuirad gatta Uaaonft*
RK"S..,JTZS ~ SSTSimtt
aently. Apply Court a* y QSfSM.
CAB Hi ona KinaiM | HP IS*
noaei. in \er, food oadar a4iwi> ttaotf
W 5 & *-v.H C Janie.
t Lvnrtt a c Ud Phan* ssaa
II 4 -.-,
CARMoRWi OXPORO 1aJ0oN_
I MO mil** only, 1M0 rbodal -.!
Jarlin OiifTt-, Qibba pKh Dial-
CAKtill.ma,
running o'dar
14) Car. ItJS Pnf-e:
Owner leaving- |.l
PI Ml It WALES PI'ttl.H Minus
Tea real* par aa!i tin* . >****. 4.(<
vd II east** par aaota Uaa on Iaadcb*
Me.aa.aaj, r*4ra* Bl V on taaa-da,i
REAL KSTATfc
BUNGALOW-Nas-> Cardan., t pa i
mma every teas-eawaiiaw wi.jim
UUll-t I-
LAN&-1U4 aq ft. o( land i Itad-
lord Lanai. awldMown. lofrinar w.i-
iipttliig Jae-aaa tfcaraaai
Inapactioa on ppUcatx.n to Mbm r H
Dowru- al Car.,, of RaaOuak nra.i
*nd adJaaal [_an
Tha abova wUi ba ottarad for m* >v
p ** oa, rnatay 1Mb ApaU 1M1 at
utchtnaen A fMn6>bj
PrtoPCMTV C-a.tiU.lnB d.alUrj
-t.ndli,, on . r^,. , ^ ,
and aiiiiaaad at roroV. Cap BrU^r
L ApplT W: C M liaarlda*
*r.8ald Juaoa *u*.
'" r^u" P" la aiM ea a ntl awap
*?." **' P" dwa'a U"a o* 'paaMpa
NOTICE
" inrai.h arua r j,.trr
i m
I'lLJ
M... abfli

MUaa** llaM. varv ood rdlti*n Na
Ballary Appl S P rdghlll Talaph,
Alt on* CiUaan i> j , Mtiaci
tondltb... Son* oalv J.Mo mllr. Pn
Appry a*V Aeanclaa Ud
\ On PtKla. ina l*>h ln*t . r .-
"r rlB,. No II Hifh Snaac
S*iara. Birbadoa fira Inauran.
Compaii> .
TI "Jnara. Barbadoa Ira Com.,
Umllad.
fWO J l 1-, ii.joa.io, navrrnmant O
COTTLat CATTOPID A CO.,
SolKllO"
104SI
I A(,mn. 1.1,1 ttirl
ELECTRICAL
flWFBnam notices
MAIL NOTICE
AIR MAILS
Effective Immediately and until *
end of April, tho followins changes
iiffecUng air muils to the under
mentioned places are notified.
Schedules should be amended ac-
c-nrdingly *
Bermuda11.45 a.m. Tuesdays
do 2.00 p.m. Fridays
Cnnada11.45 am Mondays
do 2.00 p.m. Fridays
USA11 45 a.m. Tuaadayi
do 2.00 p.m. rrtdaya
"By Monday's opportonily to
Canada the higher rate of postage,
namely 30 cents per 1 of., will be
chanted 13 4 51.In.
IlFPAKTMRNT OF EDUCATION
VACANCIES IN THE ELDON-
TARV TEACHINO SERVICE
Applications are invited from
teachers (women) with at least
10 years' teaching experience for
the Headships of the following
trhooli:
St. Catherine's Mixed School.
St. Philip; Ebenezer Girl';' School,
St. Philip.
The minimum professional
qualification required is the Certi-
flcate 'A' of the Department of
exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance
with the Government Scale for
Head Teacher; in Grade I Elemen-
tary. Schools.
Candidates who have already
submitted application forms in ra>-
spect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by latter,
accompanied by a recent testi-
monial. All other candidaUw
should make application on the
appropriate form which may btl
obtained from the Department of
Education. All applications mut
be enclosed 'n envelopes marked
"Appmnrmpnfs Board" In the top
led hand comer and must reach
the Department of Education by
Saturday 14th April, 1951.
0.4.512n
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF
THE WEST INDIES
EXTRA -MURAL
DEPARTMENT
A COURSE OF TEN
LECTURES
on
AN INTRODUCTION TO
CHEMIRTRV
by
F. N. A. FIELDS, D.Sc
at the
Harrison College Laba>ratrv
TueadAyi
at 7.3w p m.
Fee far course: 91.00
Members or Ex,-Mil.
A-sftor: 84c.
Single Lectures: I '
FOR SALE
"MEDMENHAir
PINE HILL
A very fine two-storey
property pleasantly situated
In approx 1*4 acres near
Government House. There
is spacious iru* well pro-
portiuntvl accommodation
comprising 3 reception, din-
ing and breakfast rooms. 4
bedrooms (1 with large
.(treating room), butler*^
pantry, kitchen, servants'
looms, garage, fernery, poul-
try houses, etc There is a
two-way entrance drive and
the grounds are well laid
out with lawn', flowering
shrubs and flower garden).
|g properiy has a
pleasant character typical of
some of the older establish-
ed homes in this exclusive
area.
|a.lbM'V..Kldbald.P.
A F S. F V A
Phosir t*4a
rlaraUUatn* Buildiiu
KtirRIOCnATOR Croalry Hhr-Kador
RrfrifaU.r J.J c in* order J< bran roiaplataly ocn -
lauleO. What erTara? fr par If ilm
Phane STTO. It4 i
LTVKSTOCK
NOTICE
bvi rtJicnoN
Parian of Hi ANDKKW
ona par ami havmi baai
it norrUHiad at tha) abaction ul pet
*'"''" aaava am maanban In tha Can
arai Aaaaaabry tar tha Pa- * of St
Andraw in Iha plaaa ad D A PpalPi
dacaaaad.
I haraby no.tfy aniantlon r-i
labing a pail lar tha datar-r -.attari oi
iha tald elettlora or. Mlaaaj nawl tht
lath day of April 1S9I *l t>- AtHn.
Scbool. BeUrplaina barinnlni !-,
j PJ *"""' "' **1"1 " 'a*' -lot* .i
' PWlinj *tMmn Ma | *Th. Al(, -
Srhool- the North win* lor t paraon
A to J Inrluaftf
PoIlJiI SIU.M No J Tl
Sartool tha South wtif fo-
on* ahoae Surname, be|m
latter K lo I ineluatv*
W AMI H
IOR KK.\T
lkI.IIM.MI.
*- * r
I leaaai war 14
111 I f
IHll NFS
i
td prinaipacv fo
4 laa Cream at r!..-
Ih D>a. M-
m\v m iat-
lor Rr.1
SffRalKj S
iin-.*.lah and _
pholoa-iaph and
P1-A.TS T> i aanpartol* ara da lot
al Pnui *.,. a,
1
" b iMIna w
*M Hat*
naaaavao.a raaaaanra Apf>l.
M... aaaorat wtj
i
(xraWhad flat *
r..,nct*a 84 lj.-TTr.ra Oast, atntabir fo
racaw' paaapo't cut ('* aSaU Avatl.bla 15th April. onisPid
bouM ba aoalraaaeti a ehiialren. no Pati Appl M.< r -
premiaaa Phi
THE RHONDA Uaif* dwalUna hail r
am bba Saa naar Caaiabank. Worthn-
Tha above will be aat up (or **K
our OSS,* an Luto Slreri .-, IrMai
tha SSth dar al April l*l at J a ...
Iiiapnttan liunt 4 lo pro. *vi . r|av
from Apul lath or on -raiaTlMl lo
CarrinatoTi A Sealy. IB4SI In
or. will be *..rd .
aMakMI
lOi Ibal
hsabsataai
Welch*,. Crarstj church ..,, the era wh.
inare u aaeaUerrt bathing It nmn
f Open Verandah. Dr.iwiog "id Dim
ima, Thrr- rpaciou. Redroomi L*v-
IT and> Bath. Kiune^atie On.*!
r*nU loom, aid a Oarage and itand
SM4 m. fl of I-.-1
lnapr<||i>ii b ^pptunlnriil
IVAFlfJV A aCOTT
H-..I E,Ulr >,.'
Masauna Lane
Allev.
amtoCELLA.N'EOUS
I eTARCrl -.r.ec App..... BOo
| KNTTTtMa HPi.'.NINn CO I IV
| CelpHdg* e-lrr-l l"4M
' Tt'RKivs m it. rowi.i nrcu*
I Al.pl- GREVN HHi -
Hrn*d Stteat n.al 1PM
int'i If i
Irfr nrr-miei
Calllawaah
.I..I*. Oeuib*. \ .
W T C."d
' "I Thofno-

IIIM.VIIIIMI
paarr Saarataryahip naob Keepti.
Courna ilbMoanlaad for awafw at D.y
ma al Aaaw iota ar Pellow.
Ideth..
IIADIFV
poatal
tidy
detail'.
'jsr.'
I Jaaam-i Land an < W I
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamships
orTIMOrf*> "
in
TS..I
(Jhatm In
"Agony"
NOTICE
HEREBY OIVK.N thai ..,
.1 Oenaral Mr*li ..I h. .1..,
I> will be baadj on Uandav. sard
IPkl II ( p i. at iha H*
Ornre. U Swan ftteaet for i'i
>* ol .j. RereiMiia Um Commtttr* ol Uinapmml a >
UM pa.i vki
I a Camntiita
it teat
AUCTION
MILCH GOAT -aajly l*Urala>r' K.f
"" "? J*P1 c "**. -Laora-
ii Rorhlry Trnare or Da Coata A Cm .
.id Phona SIM or tin
_____________ IS 4 11.t f a
MECHANICAL
Ry inatruriiaaia raeaavad i will aeU *i
omial Poliev Si ^ I ion on Monde) iini
Mr 14h April. IS}] at : p m IV lii.
.owina itema t eartvna Ilia. uin. HI
Tina Co.-le>wed MUK. 1J parkagra Tan,
Ua Tint Beat, to Uaaa Tin- II Pa.r-
Boola. Pool and Purl Pvimp. t IU
drauhc Jaaka. 4 Bio. laaia) 1 Shilling
Wrench**. Plat. Round and Half-round
Pile*. T>r I Clutch Plate
D'Arc> A fatott.
Ga.l Au.tion**r
11 4 514n.
aiKr.l nn lerma. llrtculea SUri
tins. All modal* In ...
A BAIINgS . CO. 1.TB.
II4A1.T ft
B aHrr
MISi KLLANFOL'S
BATHS In Porcelain Enamel. |n
White. Green, Prlmroea with .ruHcklnt
jnibi lo comalata eotour aultas. Tap
race A. BAAtfg. Co, Ltd ^
X 1 SI Ifn
CROQUET SETS -Baaed
quipped al Harr.aoni Sportt pei
** it a*r
lull.
CALP-S POOT JgJXY Tieai, .lot
I Calf's Foot Jelly Orange flavour f
o at jar for * Oat n at Bnic
raatBathaad ua IE4A1-Ia
CUBTAD4 rn-rDCOPot am.rt win-
dow rlyllng. light control. Valansm tta)
drapenee. By Klrech. Dial 44JN A.
BAIWES A CO.. LTD. 1S.S.91 U4>
ouldeta. Coatcrala Storta. On!
ual Omlacl WILUA>. HINKSON.
Hall. St. John 114SI-1B
! hatra
ernor-in-gaeeutiv* Commit'
my p.dUc iucUon at Seawall Air Potl
on Wedneaday neai Ihe IRh April at
3 a'r lock One tractoi drawn Lawn
and M Ihe rifM Ihing for a Cnrhrt r
Tcimi. Club II ran be aeen al Saawwll
any day eacepl Sumli
hour* of t a m la 4 p
SCOTT
to 4 p m.
>ACY A
It 4 SI- in
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
IS.
fttaaia]
I Wataon wc
at Tha Can1
ad Wot
i Heal.. Son
Sulrb.,.,,,!.
Dumb Wane
M Chair
rilaon qaasaj
ana Tabt^
Si
ire Tip-Top un
HalMand. Book-ahaK-r-a
. Ptai Top Deak. Tea Tro)
Upright and Corner Cha.ra.
. J with Cuwlion. Aniiuuc
Uphola Otloman Or.iamrnl Table, all
in Mahoaany. auvartune Radio. c..-
-id China. Dinner, Tea and Coffee
Servicea. Old China Dliii.ac Hnv Ira
LaaeU* CaSfaa Pal. Plalad Were ir
atnlraa. Vaaraaabl* ard Sweet daahea.
Candlnticki Spoana Porha and Cut
l-i>. aVIdga Table and 4 Chalia Pbiaa
Conlolauru. Plcturaa. Vnandal. Chalia
Diaaa PUS. Stna'i- MahOf; Baaatead
Daep Reap M-lir. Very nlca old
btahog 1 Wlna-rd Ward.owa Droaslng
Tablaa. agutlaiy Wa-hatamt Chaval
aland Sine I* Ira*
d Oreen.
Mana L4aa arid] I
t-nl'i. Kitchen Cabnnet Tea Wagjfon
*r ail Palnled lire*,. Electric I nun .i
AOffal SUnr ivai, good' Kirciric Hot
Plate. Steamer., t Burner Valor OH
SkMrve l'-.ol-*all nvwi, Prlmua *tn\ r
Oaeat Sapanatar. t'huina r>aat*r.
Kltrhan UianaHa Aamarluan, Lra>
rarrol Cas*. Roller tenni* Net and
Pale*. Quorw. Preiervlng Pan. WeaUiiC-
laiuae Rrfnaetalor in (oou wor*.U>->
oadar.
Role II.M o'clock. Teraa* caah. .
BRANKER. TROTMAN % CO
AartieMieen
111 51. In
J'YI'EWIll I-RR
l-APEK PraaSt
your raqulremsaaaf T. JadaSaa Orani
Ltd. T .SI-,tn
Two PLATE Olaaa OaapaSy Caaaa IISOO'. i
ich Stanafeld Scott A Co.. Ltd. Broad
. T4J1-II.:
VENETIAN BLDCDS. Klrach P,n-*lr-
,11 melal DeLuaa VanoSlan bl.nda, to yo-ir
IPM dallvary S araakj Dial 44W
1. BARNES A Ca., Ud.
U.I BlI t.n.
VAN HOITENS drlnkinf chocolate
Add a deaarrt^oatnful lo a glass il
"S'" flavour. Onl- is canta lor 'i
lb iiii Compare ihe price with cam*
eatflora' II 4 I-3n
Barbados Fury Motors
Priidiidion and Export
Arts 1137 ud 1939
Under the above Acts, the Fancy
Molasses Control and Marketing
Board has allocated the following
amounts of Fancy Molasses to be
manufactured for the purpose of
export by the plantation-* and
factorio* named. These alloca-
tions are subject to approval by
the Governor.in-Executive Com-
mittee at the expiration of seven
days rrom the date of this publica-
tion :
Wool Prices Will
Stay "Firm"
MELBOURNE, April 12
Financial circles forecast hei
to.day that current wool prices,
down by as much as 30 per cent
since Easter, will stay "firm"
throughout this season.
Observers here wonder If Amer-
ican withdrawal explains the price
drop, or whether the "bogey" of
American stockpiling had been
exaggerat isI
Trade sources predict that Perth
sales opening early in May would
see the same pattern of price drops
repaated
The market rose sharply by
Jan-
about
Hectiii*. Offlre!
M...,afei.nl t.<
I lei %,,! ..
ore lh- M '. ,
Okti
R> J1HIN V t ARLOVA
| iNDt >1i
lllltaill'y laaWaUKrtnl aaaOrtagg hi
squeezed none of the cfeeil
UM l.nsh>n Times Havony'1 ".
uann
Th
'RATES OF EXCHANCF.

gashoea -
|. thi- column
famous collection of per.'cat-.
jumps of up to 20 per cent i
uary. reaching
Vim* of nuUlkn Wine
"an Oiikrai
Mto ............. B09.000
nm ............. 400.000
rolleton (Si. John) 287SOO
fair View......... 402,000
rrer* Pilgrim ... 180.000
?ibbons .......... S2S.0K
OOJ I..IK1 ......... 29.000
Itanow ........... 400,000
Kandil ........... 8H.W7
Vlonf nefTf ........ 2S0J4O
Nvwtoa ........... asi.fas
3> mi ......... 2S3.2SO
V.r ruterlM.
Andrews ......... 8S0,M
Bruce Vale........ 5io.oao
Pool .............. oso.oao
Sandy Lue..... Teul ....... 1 1.030.0*0
7.675.313
14>l In
PILES
the peak
mid .March.
West European buyers, who
have been unable to confirm
the steady stream of reports of
American stockpiling, are said to
have bought solidly in belief that
American stimulus would force up
prices.Rmlar.
12,500 Viola!
MADRID
Stradivari us viola formerly
U-longirur to the Spsuiish court
and which dl*appeared from the
Hoyal Palace here In 1813 during
the War of Independence-, fiar*
been recovered by the Spanish
ute
Il war. reporupd that
12,500 pounds sterling was paid
by the Spanish government to th.
man who had it In his possession
said to have been an Fnglish
man whose identity was not dis-
closed. (1 N S i
GOVT. STOCKS DOWN
[AWDON April 11.
Post budget enthuBiam in tru>
I on don stock exchange evapor-
aled to-day.
British Government stocks de-
clined far/ 1. 16 to '* on persistent
small .Ales, and irregularity
recorded by industrials
Oils were patchy but rubber
and tin shares received small i
port and were firm -Renter
Latest Quarry of the
Royal Navy IsThe
'Elusive Pimpernel'
Of The Sea
LONDON. April 2
The Navy's latest survi i
H.MS- Csok commissioned Bl
Plymouth at the end of March
has an important first assignment
She Is to scour the Atlantic for an
underwater valley, a ::iganti>
k In the sea-bed. thai scien-
tists feel msy be the ndlrot
er as lo why fishing gmunds
off Britain's coasts have become
ileadily less prolific during the last
wenty years.
Experts believe that these ii grounds have been desert.-l by
their "plankton"minute sea or-
ganisms forming the food of such
tuh a* mackerel oi herring. Plank-
ton in turn feed on the phosphates
and nitrates contained in sea-
water But the particular reach
of water richest in such chemical'
to have vanlshdkd from the
Atlantic. The suggestion Is thai
it may have sunk to All a huge
bmaruie ravine some 200 miles
south of the Irish coast.
11 M S Ctmk and her comple
ment of naval hvdrographlc oftV
rhose job it is to mni the
contours of the otean-bed. will
probe the secrets of the sea .it the
spot where the prectoue -featr-r i-
thought to have hidden Itself. If
located. Britain's Ashim:
fleets may be guided to valuable
fishing grounds and our sup-
plies of sea-food substantially In-
eased.
Plankton, despite their mu-n -
Kiimiilly small size, are rated of
minus importance for an
other reason than as fish-food
Scientists say that these inAnllesi-
I organisms were nlso Ihe raw
tcnal from which Crude oil ho-
rn formed Perhaps ai long ;.
400 million years ago. countless
lliard of planktnn then swingi-
ng in long-slnee evaporated
uceans died and sank la the bot-
tom, whe.re they win- nigulfr'l
by mud before they could dacotn-
pose Anaerobeabacteii,, wh*t<
work without airacted upon
theni and there may also have
Hen some t-heoiieal reaction itb
the salts in the water and mud.
As the weight of the water and
_____ivc layers of mud convert-
ed the underlying mud int.. shale.
so the source material of 'itide oil
was Anally entombed There it
remained, dispersed throughout
the shale, until the convulsions of
Ihe young world, then shuping its
mountains and valleys and tum
ing sea into dry land, giidualh
compi(..sed the shale into harder
tvpes of rock. The crude oil.
which had been gradualh form-
ing, was queered out and Altered
its way into the pores of surround-
ing coarser rocks, percolating incl
by inch upward toward it earth':
surface, sometimes actually reach-
ing It but more often finding Its .
je eventually halted by h ,
barrier of impervious rock. Here, i
waited throughout countless'
. nturies; until men gained a bet-
ter understanding of NaU:n s mys-
tertes, and until the oil men'r-
drtlls. guided bv geo-physlcists
and geologists, bored a way
through the crude oil's rock prison
and commercial oil production l>e-
gan Thus, plankton similar to
those upon which the Agh :
feeding formed the origin of the
oil fuel which today drives the
fishing fleets to their favourite
grounds
sonal wants and plea*, ctwltj
peals. Mies and service- retains its
own peculiar" flavour
Faithful readers delve into it
day by day; rewarded .;
such nuggets as
"Quiet country home required
for reliniM elderly gag
"eitodic dipsomaniac '
Readers acquainted with rg*on>
1 Amiii.anla were joltiM l>. iius
one
"Flrst-elasR English shot-gun
wanteW The aildre-s of the ad-
vertiser was Chicago, llllimi-
t In u on s advertisements
tometimes weave g ihiead rj| rnyi -
tery or intrigue (hiough |hc col-
umn for weeks on end
There was a "Mrs. S S who
rspeatedly called on
blond American who nnnni it
Soiitlwmipton on the Oaeen Ellia-
etli" on a certain dati> to "please
keep your promise and 'ontact me
as arranged "
An peared at regular intervals to re-
ind "Heny' that "Sam would i
like to see you."
4 lint, mi's housing
"Men heaid through
the most pUmtis
Tot o| v nd read
Mummy iiuj Daddy gad
have lived In one furnished
j i.toni since 1 was born I don'i
| mind for myself, but Mumin.i
and Daddy are growing up now
4M nuich more space
in ihauiung. intelligent
persons, e/ha *pt*BJl ..nl- t/hmtl
spoken to and pay their rent
, tly. Won't some kinu nil*)
landlord And Idem a Aal with |
The restless postwar period is
.n ihe never-emlmfc;
ex-service oAVers who
re "wiIIiiik to go anywhere and
i ..ii .Hung "
ikiIIv the weaker sex ap-
pears among these adventureis.
'.I< ill 111,.,11
'.miing for a change".
Column fani are sonielune.
stumpet by code mlveilisemrnts
I MM Mad simply :
1 2 3 4 S ii 7 8 9 Call to-mor.
:'
Miit anvoiii SfhO cvir Ipatrl time
n iha doghouse recognised th.- old
Mama Ml , forgiven '
(I N S. II
THE
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Rcvirw of
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discussion of ihe problems of coloni.il ik-\ clopmeni ami administration
been more necessary.
Imi Tims by common consent the Rainus] newspaper in ihe
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oiihlitioii'iii M.ilj.i di'tclopmetit
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UHlusim^ III Vi.iili.in RaWntgag
An...,n k-.hni^ji .sliu.iiion, and
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, APRIL IS. IS1
Harrison College Bat Well **' 4 *<* To ** ur *** Used
C_/ Kuli use is being R I
Barbadian
Bovs Lose Out
Al Athletics
11.-. O.t II-.. t-rrr.*'
PORT.OF-SI'AIN. April II
The Harmon college Boys re-
.-vivas) then ilrsl defeat frogo the
l!oyalt&n D) S pOkntt to 23 when
mooted '"i Wtaf^cossOape
sup'ramscy on the College ground".
n Port.of-Sp:nu e>ici!a> OnJ>
in- Wind wu
broken bN Austin Clarke of Harri-
son CoIIcro when he did ihe 440
-.nil* Bat in M 1 second' Tin-
formal record foi the ground was
Bob Doranm of QJU and
Clarke wan ihc mosl outstanding
spective colleges
.v I won live of the eight
vents while Hai i ison College won
three Clarke won the 440 and
880 yards flat Tllla youngster is
r.Jy built
and has made a good impression
in Trinidad.
DtSpUn h\ icprf-cnUilivcs of
inrth college* earned warm ap-
plause.
Result: BK j> follow:
ixRiiHiNb nr hm.i
W. Dom... QR.C 16 M*l
r **.> oh.
.r \i-, m iii
ine fAiD> ii i
W n-.'.i*a. Q H.C to 4 .-
i I., M UIM
1 W.nric H
II* VltIK II.4T
Against Q.R.CX
From iu Own Coi t*pnndn'
roll! OF *PA1N. April
Ihe, *. ii College
temra, thnnks lo fine individual
batting performance* by Cammic
Smith ('.21. N. Harr-rcia. (* r '
MM William-.
Emman Hop* 27 kopi QuaaB'i
RyaJ t /.lew m the field all day
K9 ft)T 5 when the hi*i
cricket miteh opened here ye i^i
day.
Score*. -
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Whitsuntide
Athletic Meet
At Kensington
(Ly A Correspondent)
Denny, Victor
Luriorun.
AT SPEIGHTSTOWN
BOYS' SPORTS
JitUN PENNY. 13. was Vu tor
Ludorum of the Speight*'own
Boys' School nth'. I ,
C
tcrdav afternoon.
ended with 16 point?
won the high jump
..iid taken second place in
the 220 yards and 100 vard*. '
K rterfc, athlete ..r ihe ioI?
i
rival for Ihe championship H(
took 15 points lo become
of h.s division C Rowe was the
8--10 division ehampton with s
points
The events wre keenly contest-
ed House "Millar" tojppad with
6a points, closely follow .i bf
"Greaves" which piloted fit points.
"Mottley" ran third with 36 ]>oinls
All the Elementary Schools of
Si Pclcr were roped bit*
gniinme
Be*I Form
All SBtnU Ho>V -tij GirK
Schocls showed best form In [h>
inler-srhool events. Yei H mutl
i mborad th.it tha BpaJgtita-
tnwn Boys' m
having to take part in every event.
In 220 vniii- km nornaatar)
SMKIVI KM A
I had had a Russian

whit 1 have seen at PM HtlMarj
College or Scieti> I
J.iling und
report in what is so often the
gloomy atorv of Bl |
A Russian making notes at m>
'id nave done i
u dozen diplomfUe misaton* to
Kj
determination to Mumpli in a
\ a i*.
More, the hustling activity t
Arm) ha*, to show In tha one
contre would convince any M P
I ion >i io-.v's debate ilia: thi
293.000 vote for the college thll
year Is well deservedand will be
well spent.
Scores of regimental olk-eis art
leing schooled here bv front-rank
professors lo provide the atnmi~-
wilh a super -trainetl
loMfcg sc-.entlals
After two oi three years of
study mnii ot the
ii unifoi-m will he post.
ed to Held unit* Others will work
with civilian "bofflns" In Govern-
ment defence laboratories.
Th* Atom . .
Their job will be to ?ee that
lighting man needs Is
made known to the scientists who
ilt^iKn intricate weapons like atom
b-mbs and guided missiles. They
will ensure that the
roperjy deegneti
for use in action
So Wisely!
n> t sUnCAM riNCHUt
In .lie laboratory, battle.
reasoned offlcers were being
'hewn the principles ot guided-
rockei inechanisms. Others were
iho i>ackground to th-
atonUt' Immb by expenmentlng
with roaium.
Ket door three Canadian ooV
ran operating . split-
i tii. a tu pliotngrap'i a
bullet in flight.
In the biggest and bc-tt. equipped
electric a l-en(pnaruig laboratory'
I hove ever seen, a dozen men
were, experimenting with dynamo*
and motors.
Young oflion fresh fro^t
Sundhorst were operating th-;
latest t) pes of plane-spottin i
equipmeni in the radar depart-
ment
Worth Millions
Eveiy kind of tank and lorry
engine was being studied fn the
meehanica!engineering shops
Nearby, in a huge hangar,
other offleers were investigating
the design of foreign lank*, guns,
and xockct launchem.
The whole array of equ pmenl
n.ust be worth millions. But it
has been built up at the smallest
possible cost
Full use is being made
plus war stores and captured
loreign equipment
Intricate devices, such -s
-i supersonic wind-tunnel, have
been built in the college work-
'J the country's nnent
brains are on the spot to train
the Army scientists
Sir Reginald Strading. Britain's
No. I wartime expert on Civil
Defence, Is in charge ot the
^tafT Famous men like
radar pioneer Professor Holt
Smith, and aerodynamics expert
Professor O. G Sutton. work
under him.
Double D.S.O.
The military stuoie* are direct-
ed, not by an academic man. but
by one of the moat widely ex-
perienced combat sold ers in the
Army53-year-old Ma)or-Gen_
eral William Eldridge. a double
PS O.
He never lets toe officer-scien-
tists forget thPl they are pnmarilv
lighting men.
What I have seen here
v nees me that the Colonel Bli.np
mentality Is playing no part in
the technical reorganisation ol
ihe Army
I report with pleasure that my
view is strengthened that Britain
ia already much better prepared
lor defence than most people
believe.
OPENING TO-NIGHT at 8.30
AT
EMPIRE THEATRE
orrne
ytAR
fie-**"0*'/.
'i man
CUNNINGS
i^UaVn
f* *
AIRFIELD-IS
The Amitout AthU'lu Assoct^
ul l!arbdo> will hold llwli ..... ,....... ,..,...,,
Annual Stortu rnwnj! al J- School, ,n SI IV:,-, Olrtj undri
Mngtcn on May 14th. wnn Mon- n_A|, Smmll Oirls col all lhr
plaoc and ,n n ,lm,lar race lor
HANDCLASP PACT
LEADS TO LAWSUIT
Leg,
all Wins
By Default
day and also for two more days
(n Mav 17th and lth. This I*
ihe first time that a three da-
Athletic Sports meeting will be
held locally, and from latest de-
velopments there is great promise
lhat it will be a success.
The fact Is that due to the early
arriva
<.ne thing ....
colonial Athletic Sports meetings
"iiv. beei
fetal
wo
under 11, All Saints Bora
llnih schools repeated this feat
in the over 11 division.
Waterman came first in the
Coleridge School 100 yards flat:
5 2. thU ,CV .no <-bl" wjjr,i. Thomson ran
and ano!hcr. no lola.;- ?'""'- .., ,k. ....... ,.
T. Haadley won Ihe under IF
STm U> to now. Thll dMum- " l" Old tor race
nwttMn make, Iho att Jj*. 1 W B. Ch
raua o_i o eawa*aaaa
POST OF SPAJW, April II
Ralph l.egall, ropresemiiig ..
baiioa, aron I I Bame a^aglrajl R
Stuidv (Jamaica] when 'he opgfl >>can am
mg matches '.f the BriUsh Caribt of lnew
bean Brandon Trophy Tenni
Tournament look place to-day
of these two colonies very
l in partaking in the Bar-
bados Sports and already in-
,uines have -ei n ive.l from
evend TrinkUtd Cycling Clubs.
These Clubs include a numhei
f promlneiu evelists In the Carib-
" t is hoped that as many
i possible will be mak-
g the trip. Among the Clubs
. i are All Slum. Saddle
Barbican Wheelers and
icnicd the prizes
i\cii attended
'r,VS''nf T,' t"A"c.r!"bACun |J nu.nh,,.
:,,, ;.U,k ,f .nwaini. -lid ml Pholp, and
forced , .!, onlmu... Iall wa. ,gj ,^w|< ,,,. wn rrccn,|,
nwevi, iMdUU II and J--" ,((|l. , lhr American Oames
In ihe other name Jim fai f Trinidad, while Complon
iharao,, (JamaicaI defeated Eric 0coMiMa, who rode here yes
fayloi It.i,' ,l"
6 4.
li-2; -3;
nnnnsiiimt
By M. Hjfrison-Cfay
llr.ilrr | South
Fasl-Wesl came.
!\ t '
k it')
? i
*
1111
ITff

:\ KOI
Sllll
Both teams reached Five
Diamonds via the amf
route on tins hand from n
recent Oold Cup ma-xii
South opened One Ciuo
North t>id One Heart jnd
South revcrsea wilh Two
Diamond^ lumping to game
oo (he next round aner n
snglf raise trom North
West led ? a i ooui
tables In the first ease
SA was played toiioncd at
% nnd a Ouh run in
Pnmiiiv south came oac
with II and runrn i>
secooo Club Tbe MMln
tng mwiiDs were drn at a
and t> * *cie cashed, ani
t K provided tic eleventh
iricK
The qili'T .t'cntrrr man;
rhe mistake ot playing lo
in Dtiiium on 'lie opcninii
ifgd Cast aon ano hi
tnunp return completely
upset Houth's liming. Hi
eould no lunger make nil
Mill Club H fH a V R-
lM (On last Is a member of Sad-
dle Boys. The A.A.A B also
plan to extend invitations to
11 G cyclists chief of whom will
tc Lindsay Gordon, whom we
also know In Bnrbados.
Among the athletes in the Held
and track events it is hoped that
a number of the Police front
Trinidad will make the trip as
il.en spurts meeting will be
coming shortly before and Ihls
should find them in line trim. li>
this connection athletes in Bar-
bados should be in a scrlou* ,
training by now as repeatedly In
the past the local boys have been
beaten, not si> much by better
natural athletes, as by better
trained nfn It i* hoped there-
fore thnt the local gentlemen will
turn out filter than The Ladies
Among the ladies Barbados will
also have ti, find athletes of some
class to take on the opposition
from outside as this will include
Eileen King of Trinidad, if thi*
lady ; crept.-, the invitation offered
She is at present the leading
lady athlete fa the British Canb-
Un having victories over Pearl
Groding who also visited us veor
before last.
The A A A B. will be hold-
ing meetings In the near future
to decide what the exact pro-
i.Miune of events will be on the
three days. Terms for renting the
Kensington grounds have already
been arranged with the Pickwick
C C
^ haftrbn Today
l' lire Courts and faurl of
Grand KewdoiUi10 oti a,m.
Hater Polo
II M C s Magnillreiit ami
Miemae ffl Island 5 0t
P m
Faa4ba.ll
II M V S Magniheenl and
Mlcmar n island 5.00
p m
TaMe Tennla
II M ( s Magnificent and
Miemae vs Uland S.Ot
P ni
llaekey
II M 0 S Magnificent and
Miemae vs Island a 00
_ P m . *.
lUsket Ball
H M C S. Magnificent and
Miemae vs Island 7 30
t> m
in 111....;.
II M C K Maanlfleent n-
Miemae v. Island 7 30
m
A Dance will lie given at In*
Aquatic Club bv the R*ai
a Merchant Navy VVeHav
League for r P <> **
Froi.. NEW ELL RtMiF.KS
NEW YOHK.
A cut-away model of a farm
tractor stands in a ninth-floor
room of New York's l.aw Courts.
it a '.here to hel,i Judge Gregory
Noonan settle a dispute between
two titans of industry over a
122,142,800 handshake.
British inventor Harry Fergu-
son is suing the Ford company for
this sum on the ground that Ford
infringed his tractor patent*
The handshake was between
Ferguson and Henry Ford the
First It started them In business
together. Ferguson alleges lhat
the Kord company made his (rec-
tors until 1946. and then brjkt
the handshake part by continuing
to torn out the tractors while
paving him nothing.
For Henry Ford Jun attorney
Whitney North Seymour says
Ferguson makes "an extravagant
claim that cannot be substanti
ated." He argues lhat the Ford-
son tractor was the basis, for
the Ferguson
The case is cxpecte.; last from
three to six months Before it is
over. Judge Noonan may be an
expert on every part of a tractor.
For the model i there to prove the
difference between a Fordson and
Ferguson.
CRITICS are divided over Anna
Neaglc's Odette Says the Herald-
Tribune. At ted with sincerity and
c&nvlction:" The Time*: "A pretty
punk secret agentmore like a
lady tourist from Little Twicket-
on-Thrums The only wonder Is
that the Nazi gumshoes don't grab
her earlier."
SONGS, not words, should be
ured to reach the hearts of the
Russian people, says psychiatrist
Ira Altschuler. "Russian leader?
fear the songs of free men more
than any other propaganda," he
argues.
TV-SFT Is installed in the floor
York businessman. Controls m
r, an .iiiii rest, the screen is at
a 4&-dcgree angle; cost350
Hollywood folk arc having sets
titled into the footboards of bed*
and in bedroom ceilings.
ROSY PROMISE by defence
production b'Ss Charles Wilson
"By 1953 we will, if necessary, be
able to tight an all-out war from
the production lines and, at the
same time, supply goods for the
civilian economy"
Water Polo Team
THE Barbados team to play a
Water Polo match against the
Canadian Navy this afternoon at
the Barbados Aquatic Club is as
follows
Maurice Foster, Tim Yearwood,
Boo Patterson iCapt), Harold
Weatherhead. Delben Bannister.
Billy Manning and Owen John-
son.
Play begins at 5.00 p.m
RECORD FLIGHT
MADRID.
Mrs Rotl Muno., of La Gomera
i the Canary Islands, believe*
she established some kind of u
record when, at the claimed age
of 120 years, she recently took an
roplanc trip.
Left a widow when her hus-
band died twenty years ago. Mrs
Munoz has scores of descendant
Including a 50-year-old grandsor
and live great grandchildren
(INS )
PIT 16c, HOUSE 36c, BALCONY 48, BOXES 72.
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
I pslairs Over NEH'SAM Lower Broad StreetTel 2644
.Xt'ir Arrir4tS
INEXPENSIVE COTTONS FOR BEACH WEAR
AFTERNOON DRESSES
Also AFTERNOON DRESSES In Largrr Sties
Beautiful COCKTAIL HANDBAGS
HOURSMondnvs to F.itLyf 8 36 to 3.30
Saturday Morning 8 30 to 11 30.
NOTE :We da not Chase far Ll'NCH.
and mee. of the ll M ( t* MasnllVenl and Miemae
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Acid Stomach
^relief,
DeWnt'a Antacid Powder
an be conftdently recom-
mended (oi the quick relief of
digestive disorders arising
from hyperacidity. Heart-
barn, flataleact and all tbe
worrying symptoms of ex-
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stomach quickly giee way to
this reliable family mediane.
De Witt's Antacid Powder
qaickly nentraliseB excess
acid and provides relief over
BUSH --
IK AIM OS
We have a complete rang*
of models including tin
latest EBS15. This
adapted lo work off various
voltage* from ?3 to lit.
$118.00
Also other models with and
without the famous Telelli"
Device. Prices from
$80.00 to $168.00
CAVE
ISHEPHERD
& Co, Ltd.
1003 Broad St.
Traftir Don'l
No. 24
DO NOT IIKIVr. IF VOl
ARF. NOT IN A FIT
I'ONDITION
spair in,ii, iv ul ,1,1c h>
CANADA ORY
lur s.lrr Molorlnc.
[aland Football XI
THE following have been
selected to represent the island at
football this afternoon at the
(larrlson against a team repre
tenting the H.M.C.S. Manulfleeii:
and Miemae:
S. I, Smith (Empire). Grant
(Empire). Bnwin "Spartan*. Git
Bpartan), Cadogan (Bpsn
lam. Isluuael (Barbados Reg)
mi'iin C'.ipl Chase (Spartnm.
D.avletl .KllH-liel. Wilkes
(Lodge). Lucas (Carltoii). and >
Si c Hutchlnson (Carlton)
Players unable to lake part will
notlfv the lln: ...". ScvretaiA of
the I1AF.A, Mr. O. S. Coppin,
at once. '
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.55 a.m.
Sun Sets: S 10 p.m
Moon (First Quarter) April
*.
LlthtLne: 4.30 p.m
Hlsn Watei: :.< a m IU
p m
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrlnshm) .0i
In.
Total for Month lo YeW>-
day: ? in.
Temperature (Max.) 44.0 F
Temperature iMin.) 115 F
Wind Direction iH am)
t: | E. 13 p m ) Ii S E.
Wind Yeloelly: "> miles pel
hour.
II omeler: <9 a.m i !<(.99.\
11 p.m ) 19 S06
AS
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yaaat keepa freah for week* on the
pantry shelf. And it's so easy to
use. .lust sprinkle into lukewarm
water. Let stand 10 minutes. Then
tir When dissolved, one package
try Pleischmann'i for delicious
results. U-M Pleisehmann's Dry
Yeast today.
For Yaor Haalth's Sake try
Fleiachmann'a Dry Yeast dissolved
i fruit juice, milk or water. Like
equals one compressed yeast cake otdtimc foil yeastH helps tone
in mn rr-ipe If you bake at home up your system.
I They'll Do It Every Time
VTmEn SARSOyLE
WAS SO SICK HE
COy-PNT EVES LOOK
ata vitamin
mslet.ptMline
kp her 8cst
to whet his
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A"n"0 ms appetite
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SO WHAT DOES THE
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N..,i,..-,i DaWITT'S
iii, C.I-...M TABLETS
noon
IIIIM.S
far VOl
WINCASHDJ wink
llnalll.
Phana 44U
"MAT1NTO" FLAT PAINT
in Creriu, limn rnrl Wtnu.
For Iniciior decoialli n ol Walls,
Ceilings and Woodwork.
"S" ENAMEL FINISH PAINT
In While and C'eam
HARD GLOSS TULIP GUFFS'
PAINT
HARD GLOSS PERMANENT
GREEN PAINT
For exterior or interior use.
"SPECIAL" HOUSE PAINTS
In Tropk-al While. Oak Brown,
Barbados Light and Dark Stone.
Grey and Dark Grey.
For exterior or interior use.
CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS
In Grey and Mid Green.
PAINT REMOVER
For the easy removal of old paint.
P
P. C. S. MAFFE1 & Co.. Ltd
Prince Wm. Henry Street
Large Bots.
Small Bill*.
RKSKRVA WINE
Larsc Bols. S2.:
C'RAWFORDS CLUE
CHEESE BISCUITS
Tin ........... *1J
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BISCUITS in Tins
OLIVE OILin Tina
CHEF SAUCE
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FOR GOOD VALUE
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Dial J2M
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