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I'M.I I ll.Ill' I1AKIIAIHIS AIIVIM'ATK lll-I.W AI'llll. 17. 1K1. Spartan Defeat Ever ton 4 — 2 Walcott, Johnson Net For Parkites CPARTAN defeated Everton in then Brat tootba miQtti at Kemington Ova] yesterday by i IDM starleH off tamely with Spartan aa>f< '.he Screen End goal. Everton quickly took tr.> ball Into their opponanta* ana but thalr inVrwaroi araaln got within hamim; distant*. When Spartan g,t* going Ihej appeared IO he sllgnuta t' tru.ii tnetl rivals Iiui Into inctn ihcv did not make the inosi ol jiii opportunities it .'•ho opened the A good "threw" frean (lie nghi W :ng b) ihi' winger Bcyee. and the tall bounced towards Collymoro keeping oal for Everton He go KIR hand* to the rail but did m' .l!AMI V\IIO\ \l IMS \VH St llriinclini IYmiis: Hou LtVgllll Brul Konuld Starch TH1NIDAD. April 14. Jarupica and hmno broke hi Brtttgh Caribbean lawn tennis playing at tn*idr right championships tOC the lirannon into the goal. Tropnv. when -.'lev each won %  AH* lota !l "* r:,,: %  atngiet match as ine tournament mld-IUId lor norne ItlM an. got underway before a large tttn this tftaunot that Hcece crowd a i TaannulUlt) Qub port%  ***' %  right half-back, kicker c'Sraiii loftily towards the Spartan goal Ralph'I.ega.1, Barbados born S* !" 1 fl mt ^.."* S^V !" Trinidad ,>l.comon won by *• ,:uU !" d *" ,w fault from Jamaica'! Ronald lf "" h<1 l ou lim StU*g> ii. UK %  BCOad "ft BaHW A few minutes lifter Uiay t'H-k no*' captain. Erie Taylor, !"st let the lead an right-winger Hope *n: Jim FamuhartOn oC .lamalco A m a long pasa and eentn (oiii.li if dram -* Injected into N Haiewm-d converted. When the. the aflern'ionS proceeding* .1 half UoM mtcn-il arrived ih.i Hon gtui KlOn waunchanged. On UKcede hi match to Ixgall by 1 %  %  i liCO it *• %  not long nefor • (auk in tin I 1*1 Ifl Which Spartan drew level A penalt-he Barb ksk was awarded them an. leading three nil after winulu-; centre-forward Keith Walcott no mistake. Scon after there wai %  line piece of combinajii'.n H iw.en Walcott and Boyee and Keith scorcii fm Ihe %  grand Ibne to put Spartan again In the lead ,'ohnson scored the fouith goal a few minules l;c!.r. the end of play tn put the lean* licyond doubt. Mr. D w Saver* wa< the lataree The teama were:— Spartan: lirifllth. Hour. GlO hon*. Medford. Cadoaan. C.ittrnBnvee. Johnson. Walcott. Chase. %  %  ..I .hi.mOU. Kverton: ('..IHinorc. Yr*w*l. ^.„ Hall. Reece, V. Ilarewood. May1 ,1 0 i.l Hope. Itltdes. N Harewond h Murrm %  *" Is The Grand National Too Severe? (Bj VKKNON MOBG IN) LONDON. April 15. THE DEBACLE in this year's Grand National Steeplechase m which only two ol tha '•& runnars completed tha liaa without falling, bas'l (JuatUon "fi the race too w .Think Jt Is. and a number >lo<1ii> PkaanM lias alread> been Of thoae who want to modify are those who thai ffce tumbles In this year'. W(m ld ma-st tbam ajl lower in encxcept:"'|..l. and that ij height: those who would make them leas tough in content: those whn would make certain of the Jumps easier, and those who would scale the tlrst three in ascending height. The last suggestion is sound. The idea would he for the tirst fence to be. say three feet, the second three feet six inches and the third four feel This wmilc" HIV<> the runners a chance to waim .am UP to their work of tackling th< U> remain the world's linesl. toughest chase. Ibc ftneeshould be left alone. Lei ug examine the reasons for the abnormal number of (alii toil was a vi: %  Thla caused tbJ tirst fence. (ewer than 01 were bi ugtil down i neorly u third of the wholo NO CONSTIPATION NOW AFTER YEARS OF MISERY Then 1 Uted nK keepa r %  ihat bigger and mere famous obstacles later on. They '.• -uld also probably eliminate the faulty jumpers at each .succeeding height, allowing only .he best of them to go on to the mess part of the conti There is some kind of precedent for this, because in the very early days of th 0 race, they used to start *ith a hurdle and not a fence as THE MB] ORAND NATIONAL, the worldgreatest itMplvthssc. run at AlntrM. Liverpool. England, wan the moat *. > nsatloual for years Out of a Bald of 3b onl> thrc rnnncrs completed the ronre. The rea*n at iKlleved to be partly due to a fanlty Mart, which took most of the riders by surprise and Ul this ":rue at the tint fence where twelve horses, one third of thfir Id. rame down Only two riders wore injured, t'.xnrett en there was the effort of ihi so speedy rttfSM trying to up with the dashing young %  aaatta €iw *>•!<• ol the easiest %  a Jump 11 quickly. This was the >n for the downfall of Mr. The g V o"ng\oo h wa f 's pretty soft the flm cbrtacle. presumably with ,5. !" t !" ... ..! %  ihn the same Idea in mind as today o| osal: "For years 1 had be. kinds of lasatives. AIX-BRAN It not 1 regular I really en/ov eating it every day'" Rud, R Adler.l410'JOthSt Miami K^ach. On, ol man\ 1 licttrd lellrn fnm ALL-BBAN users. You. too. may es pect to overcome ionniiiiatiun due to lack of dietary bulk if you follow 1 hiadsice Rat an ounce (about '£ cup 1 of crispy Kellogg's ALL KHAN daily, driok plenty of wsUr' If not compleUlv aatiahedsfier 10duy. returnemp'y carton Io Kelloe Co. of G'atB>itala.Ltd .MtnchtiteiCngler.a DOUBLB TOL'g MONET BACK! alter the tremendous 1 year and the field AJ> a I'm %  %  " %  |l now usual. Vamoose Wins First .mil White Injured Fctrward For Operation the mar.ithrn Hrsl • %  : 11 -9. Sturd was affected by attack cf %  nlgraltK ami was ordered to be. by the doctor Governor Ranee and I (iething. in' A 111 a*w 1 the team %  ented to him Legall put up u grand performance agninst the OXfOI Blue, who showed machbM-like precision in the flrat set when Lii volleying and driving drew rounds of applause The 25-year-old Barbadian who had learned his tennis in Trinidad, was unner turned 1 nantf reputation and played Mipreme lonlldence He made irequent excursions to U cot) ivirmeri with clever oasslng shots I-egall. mainly through forceful isround strokes, rushed into in early four-nil lend Kit in the rlfth game Sturdy came irto hi* own and reeled oil the nexl two caniCk lo level matters at four-nl! The games then went with :.erviv to eight all. Sturdy was atlaekinif a^nVt SeotTand on Saturday, i iJraatt'l backhand at this sta/e t n undergo an operation on his jnw with beautifully angled drives and w hlch may require plastic surgerv won the 17th game with some crisp This m<-ans be will not be avail volley Inc. He seemed to beconi" weakened, and soon ifterwardc the Jamaican dispirited and drop lied aet-poinl in the 18th game. Th* seeon't .v. r i;i MilTrrent mailer, as Sturdy was then playing under I sex'ere handicap After losing three games lie backed ""' ""'* rnuld not continue Legall wai consequently declared winner. ,1 Jack Leacoek, wu-k, '-keeper N. Harrison tOI 0 ll I oats started. The> weii Q f %  over, flve rum V.im.He Cyclone. Zephyr. Than1V ere scored on* him. an,| In th John Bladon. thiin Mil of Snmli's geeond 1 ilppi 1 be ,,. .:.,! Crouch for 28. Wltb %  new nuidn atlBfiand by Wh.n the Barlwdlans Brk Robinaon, Tempes*. lupparad t 0 bat 1 second time. III. 1 tn n will Blva his left I v Crlles Coe nnd Edrll W1U1 Ivan the crowd to some line batting, hitmi M-d when heating Jo*.Perkins at the halm. Mami.e i, r ig tho ball vary bard, but In do(iardner May Dec-id* After Wednesda> LONDON, April 16 Jack Gardner, Brttfab and Bui pean heavyweight champion, nu declda after Wednesday, whether der, skippered he will light Cesar Bnon of llreakaway. Argentina al llarnngay on May 22. Thr hand, t,ble tor selection for the Englan. side to meet Argentina at Wem bley on May 9.—keuter. Regiment Wins Rifle Shoot %  ''' Wi Id) 1. I.ist month, a Ihoi 1 out tonight on ;i heavy punch i.. but on Wednesday, he will box an exhibition with Don Cockell, Bog land and European hghl-henvywelght champion. h!u manajgtr honai b deflnlta dacuton concerning th 1 Visibility of a light with Hi HI I ft* r thnt exhibition Renter. Pollee Court*—10.00 a.m llonse of Assembly—3 p.m Police Band al St. Philip's Almhouse—1.41 P m Ilasketball — HarrUon College Old Bo vs. Plekwlrk and IMrales vs. Car!ton— ri—" aas %  • instead of having to take them ..ii angla It is the (lever way n which the jumps are placed th.i makes many of them extreincl difficult — Reuler Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Slopped In 24 Hours Hum." ...4 Cl'KR VOl T NC; Alt. lilltS TIMMINS. Ont Youthful William Tells armed with home-made bows and arrow the hci loach's Comet and Teddy Maeln g w they io j t tour KlnBtryi %  waaaaa dM not s.n Qamaldoand P Carrclaimingt The Start each Tha race becu at 11.ou a.m f J h '^1 ^ ** *"" 2> t0 with Cyclone getting the jump on *** '" "bout 1-0 mmulcs neve. DOMI luunil.. ' ^er the bowling m order last. Cyclone was leading up to to rorce a win in the early Mog.-s the time tne boats reached the Had they done so. they might beon f beagle 1 >' %  oii..-ni. T.UO. n winners with mnnitci to spare | managed to bring Vai aleiv—"Ualne I'la.. i 1 I I'loio 1111 NO S nn qfi; IMICK ASTHRJ r: 11 XSf ylC "IT, wir.j WOWT cowr qowc 1QWMOJ IIOODEK. i^anKJ^^ncn IJ.M orrei p'hi'M t >nnii ru jod tidi"*ol sreal ,.. Si Uihr 1 onriN a SONS. •ore soonih. or '--.,* are a vici'.m of fr*t' add>i.a UN you lo loar 11 i*reu'^UDe~aii War Iheee Baoalb dlaei UieaoabMI Ute vorld ao Dial DO* i.nSW SU Uial four out of •i-iy fl> p*oola are easTeren seaait or laiar. Be vai— r — tteea du CufbYourPires !" %  or m iv minuiee IU aei 011I7 '.i 1 %  :i %  r.t. atcii* liaodlni and eomtela nan. Irriiatlon tlnrehr ourbloa eOiar trou"'' faui^d be KM eueh u lUada>> • —. ir %  '*• '•' %  %  • undai lb* >BBBM*t HiaranWa Hyta muii atop jour pli[•aina ana iroublea or money Bsak ei "iura of enpir parkas*. New Discovery] Saves Teeth Ibe tffejoovery of an American BcbU tbeae troucti* in a r*w aj 11 peoolraiM rlilil lo in tfMHa. MOM Caas* from Bind tr am dar. quictir um ae •a air year aaoolh, and aoon Utlh_ Tha rallowU4 Irllfr ... W. a ahowi Ibt raaulli lint An m w IHII (at: "I auBered fio. in ri Uauib and %  MfBBB for Wn rear* Ileaa fa %  and bieadioa a'ad I baa ahUa eaT.riTotBar taelri rlflo thnotinv match at the have been warned by pollei >ni %  • .„_..,,_,. ,._„ !" ,-i.„4 ~ ..u.i. western 1 the beagle on the Inside ol Cyetom • inio the lead. With the lovely wind that wn Vamoose Incn 1 irouinl Foster who liowled well on Thurs in M IT ment range morning between learn-. <-f Tour fit.in the Canadian warships Magnlflernt ami Mlemac. Barbados ; 1 i the Barbados Regiment lesulted m a win for the last named. The scores were* MlaBMB Weodbr.^k Ml, MagninceiH 255. Police 258 n.il Regiment 304 esterda) ccenjlalnti ware ived of children using windows and lamps as targets. Police hav<%  alaad levaral sets of how-; and arrows on the streets -(CP) first around tn* C>day came in for some rough treatment and in one of his overs. e was hit for a six by ft the righl of the Pavilion. Kid Ralph To Fight In Trinidad Tennis Champion HIIIMlBfTTTTi %  y M. H.irrison C1.1v i llcilrr BBBtk MM imuai ID >T(r A.VD OlVf VOl R NAMI AND AlllHlhSS WHEN AN ACClBfNT OC-f't KS Space made available 4 AN \D.\ DRV t*r S*Trr Motor in 1 %  >s M.H.S. BEAT POLICE AT BASKET BALL Modern High School beat Polic 12—4 at the Modern High Scho. %  roondi vi-Hul,i> jilternoon. Friendly Football Atsn. This Week s llxlures ; %  -., v. %  v. %  %  \ %  Maple at Si Leonards Reterce Mr (1 (irnhnin Wed. IBih--|Iungei> ^ rVett11! %  B U Bt, 11 onar b Rai %  ill O. Graham. Fri. 20th Ilarkliffe v V ill st 1..-. %  1 l.. ace BA III S A K IJ 5 10 ; i; .t < K %  I %  a i T • J in 7 • ,,, e> A K H 4 ? Tin* deal reatured n fvpieal rubber Ilndge nn understanding South opene.i one Club, North forced with Two Diamonds, and Sou'Ji niBde (he natura' rrbld of Two Bean*, thr Cheapest available and in no aenso a reverse North however, took it lo mean %  urong hand and hicft'iig to eleven Clubstwo now 11 South required a 2*2 division of tiie adven* trumps. bat this onlv occurs 40 times in 100 deal*, while the aeiepied odds on limiting a grand Mam should be at Treat two (o one. In spite of the bad irump break South can make a small sum In Club*, us he OH now afford the mfa pUU of a> i from Dummy and 4> %  from his own hand U paa> alaya e> 6. East is no KK A," "• o, * n mark, followed b\ cJone, /ephyr and the others. Vamoose wai well %  head at the md of the Brat round and the < thers in order were Cyclone. EagaBgr, Edrll. Breakaway, while lempest and Thunder wenwall in the rear. Tempstl later dropped 1 ut withou' completing this lap At IhwMid of the second round Vamoose wag Itlll In thg l,v nan /ephyr had overtaken Cyclone and came around second. Cyclone was third, followed by of the ball troubled legall in the Breakaway, which overtook Edril hist set. Vamoose wo.v linishing lour in the second set Legall got the minutes ahead of Zephyr, which pace of the court. .iefe.it d Cvcleme by Ihrce minutes ] n a doubles match. Aris partLegatt Wins PORT OF SPAIN. April 16 Ralph legall beat Jamaiej Eddie Arts 4— . 6—4; 6—4 l-'i-.nando on Sunday in %  Inglaa match. lx>gal) came hark fiom one I down to defeat AnThe l-m The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: 5.5? a ru Sui. Sep.: 6.10 p.m Moon (Full) Airll tl Llghtlna: 6 30 pm. High Water: 1.03 am.. II VESTERIlAV Rainfall (Codringtoti) .01 in. Total for Monlh t yesterday: 1.O8 am Temperature (Max.i 85*F Temprrature iMin ) 14 5'F Wind IHrr.tion (9 ami E.. (3 pm.) EN K. Wind Veloiit>: 14 mile, per hour Barometer (9 am.l 30 0*11. (3 p m I '~'.9.t2 EASE THROA IRRITATION BS f las f leatii osN nn,-i-. i.hutaa| BBs Guaranteed "^ D Mean-fig, and aora otou ifi sad Uiblen r leeu> U jour aeanplata tatuiaatfaa or NV b.u eai mure of eoply saafc a a*. Ft Fyorrhea-Treaeli Noaak Fcurth was Brookaway. two mintlnd Cyclone and fifth Edrll. Unfortunately Thander overturned before reaching the mark of! the Harbour Police pier in the lag! round. John Bladon and nil Oakag Thunder eventual!} Antahed laat, six min Lilag behind Edrll and 11 minutes rter the Aral boat. The Ses-ond Tornado Regatta \> 111 l. sailed on Saturday. April lift < N pm The resulfl ware u follows-— red Farquharson against Nothnagel and Gun Munro. The lad M-t "ll — 4—6. 6—4, 6—4, 6—6 P 6—3. Ho, Trestrait H in Games liieaa Oar 0 PORT OF SPAIN Apr l 16 Trinidad's Jin Ho beat rtedwli in a most thrilling game 7—3; 6—4; t. I Trastrall won from B.O> Phillip f —I; 6—I; 6—0. Phillip natch for TO-DAY S NEWS FLASH SAXOPHONE REEDS E b Alto. B b Tenor. 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TIESDAV trail IT iy;,i r.Mtll.UMlk -UAutAT*: PAGE THItT.F btroduced To Grenada Bar GRENADA C D ( W. E. Worrell. Solicitor General of Trinidad arriving in the colony by fl i r thi. morning was itted (o practice at thelocal bar in In. Court proceeding before Mr Justice W. Adrian Date with AlhrnejGeneral C. t moving the petition for admission and members of the profession attendins Worrell on Monday will watch the interest* of the Trinidad police involve! in the LataiU. strike >ihooting on behalf of ihc Trinidad Government when Coroner"* inquiry into the circumstances of the deaths of two men and a woman in resumed at St David's Magistrates Court before HU Worship Mr E. A : Wage Pact Signed i mm Our O-: ST. GEOKG1 v Yesterday morning at the Labour Cstice, agricultural employers signed a similar agree*%  cite signed last Monday with the Trade Union Council R D. Alexander Walter Knight signed employee* L. A. Japai and Hon E. A. Mitchell for li %  which comprise* the SI John* Labour Party and the Grenada Workers* Union, both previously bargaining jointly on %  agricultural (aba. Despite the apparent settlement of the situation by several incidents c lotting continue une case in fcraad \-7 wIiTrh "i, '"will lw practically daylight before the eyes of the impossible lo loosen." watchman, another case of thieves swing declared that with many who sent the owner half tincocoa of her former markets closed to License Not Renewed: \\ ill lav £20 "If yon picas*. Sir. this d*lagon wuhea to oiler tne teachan' atria* tar whole heartae. Japs Sell Cheaper Quarantine Health Rules Anglo-U.s, Talks Britain's Major En Th. GENEVA. April 10. World Health Organis. diary Confei To Clunk Riibbi r Flow To B4b Exhibitor I.ONDON TM l!5t Canadian Internauonal Tiade Fair. May 28th to June Kth. shows strong prom A fine of £20 lo be paid In i i (1 ii two IHAUM was Unw niii Algatrn bureh, bo His Worship Mr. E A laeJuand k'istratc of Diatricl "A'. I ear X-W6 on Lucas Street without •in appropriate lit Seon Crawford appeared as %  igent tor the defendant Cpl %  'he TrSflk HI.III... ana appeared as cfatal wltnai he had %  rd about I Mr II a-Hhoui licence I Ml I \ \.. posing in. on C ford (agent for the >,. thai he was tahUig a set of the ca ihough* n*a Q had ana To* dalandanl wa COnVI. li d f i QU aam %  impose the ful 1 Sgt O Fnrde prosecuted for the Police Senior Short Slory Competition The Evening Advacate Invites all school-boys and school giits 'he age* of 13—IS to enter for its Sealer Short Story CesseeUttam Stories can bo on any subjiit. but should not exceed 400 words .n length and must ranch the Short Story Editor. Advocate Co. Ltd its* th-n Wednesday every week. The best sfry each week it •* nohllsh^ In the Fvenlnc A or seat* and the winner wiU reeivc a prlao of books or Stationery to the value of 12 6 Si-nd tlii>coupon with your "tory. SlNHMt SHOUT RTIMIV COMMVTiTlON Talma for paonrkabi Id V. Il-lName BKADFORD i. in ol Ihe [i, SS&^'aVQTsUE SaSS lion Lid. warned stockholders at Uong for world travel and trade. ay m Informed sources reported to.day jiaasing the succe*sful 1H50 lituation by a wage pact. hl lr Jlin iuil nueting that 'Japan todBl y elected three vice-chair incidcnts of estate crop is getting a grip on consumer mar_ m en. Dr. Sadat Munir ( they -picked" during the daj %  an "ill intensify her %  '.Syria). Dr Shrl Raja (India), and Dr. 0 A Dowling (Australia) In today's general debate, criticism was expressed by speakers. Including Dr choke i-IT the v ious Fairs, and parti, bee tlow ol rubber from British lerof certain economic factors H rilorles t Russia and China. eluding material shortage-, and The move follows an announce> xpanding production all over the mem by ihe British Board of ""W, the Tair this >ear will TiaUe that effective April 9. the "[££; I \port of raw rubber fror United Kingdom will be com ijB InquiryAiljounwd Bd penetrate into British COOMr ( Un jau of SouUi Africa). The Board of Trade uctsun u ra Po/ice Supt Leaves For U.K. Fn.rST. GEORGES. April 14 Colonel A. A Donald. Superint'-'ndcnt dismissed dm the strike. leaves the island tonight accompanied by his wife and his eleven-year-old son by Ihe Canadian Challenger fol Trinidad on route lo England; lonlal and other marketi "It is patently impo any country with Western Eurondardi of living io eom, aritti coata of pmdi Police sible under is Involvad ., ot ., %  Trafali Air Assistant e For Ethiopia p n y.. y .. %  —— gaixiod as a virtual ban on rubber SSL S. !" legutaUona "lufncwnt nolthtr in diseases men,-oneesslon to an Americn detioned in the Sanitary Hcnulamand hnl nibbcr hhouM „,. Urrt %  ', Sirtnu. V"' iSS* ,'re 50 " "" "•"<"< '"•" -' "" %  "' ot a trend h been e.bl,.he Ewin£ said thai lalmir eosts last "" UF '"'' %  ;" £'? J5*ii5 Brltt* sources pointed out. howto ,„,„ h ,i exhibit, thi, yen, '".'.' "'£w SStaln-a nnsition utes, he saS, rep.enu a "llture to Ameriean presaur. , u „are feet of e.hlbn spa,, I ,; !" JJ !" !" retroaetlv. step. The World Health Rnbl*. rawrts to RuU from .he „U In 1M0. S mnvTl eilR Tmiutlon on Oranl.atlon. in his view, should "'"ted Kingdom hut year amount The range ol goods to be dls ','" ''.liV.o.: ,.r v the aim at reducing to a minimum ed to 11.000 tons out or a totjl ol played Is so extensive a, lo del> Jffi !" u.i?altoS!LrSf Anter,: control t frontiers 35.000 Ion. e.porled I ,,-r daacrloUon "Motion to BHtaTn in e5S.t D. Gear aunolcd. tnerelore. Thi. contrasts with M.05H l• to the much more generous treatthai modern sanitary regulations shipped to Russia lasl year Irom than ever bclore on March 25, with lha • %  '•>t.> %  'bug It Is possible at this time to M.1287 whila n. vai riding hi, give a reasonably clear pictuir bieyclc ot the pattern ol this year* ltas*a ^^~~—^^^ Although apphcatiMis are stiii f,audulent Conversion mini in dally. Ihe inalorit) Thl .i,.,,,,.,,, ,., ,,., ,,.i,., ss.'i cr^i -:ii.r,vr..i *'• %  %  -< WITH Fnliow thii Simple If. .nify Win: Mh loll I. I. I 1 -: knai i lag nunwgr h .III ...III l'.llnl..l"* lull lag tltr. i' DOCTORS PROVHl PAUfBUVf'S BEAUTf .RESULTS KEEP YOUR SKIN COOL AND QgtM '" Japaii—at %  luntry .! Japans and rajroo cloth in 1950 exceeded Britain's exports hv 28 per cent, even though her tlm-c-lourths of should reduce Interfcrencc with the British-governed territory of A four-man 1CAO nssistanre mission wilt be sent to Ethiopia to help daVOiOp alt transportation in thul imint according made to-dny nt interniitlonnl """ INS. Civil Aviation Orgum/ quarters in Montreal The mission will be headed by Stuart Graham, one ol I lirsi commercial pilot*, fattnm ol S3 years of civil aviation dovalop%  <^*niHal Sg'lirMH^ ment in Canada and now mem111 VrH HUUtt V """" bar of tiie Air Navigation Com* miion of ICAO. The mission to Ethiopia is the second sent out by ICAO In Its participation in ihe United Nations technical ;i-siit• i | i gramme itnd It will begin it work about 20lh April. 1951 in Addis Ababa. The lit international trafnc lo a minimum and .l.it *tress should be put i intornal control measures within countries. \\ ills First Prize < :i.iii|iflilii>ii MUM II. I I." .1.1. %  According to Dr. J A Bel] (United Stales), the drall WHO refutations should take more lull) was sent to Iran. Alternative To Impeachment Of Truman I %  .(!> "I" """ lll'>" |i ST GBOBCB'S, April 14 Wade.Hall School. 31. C-wtte s whose Head Teacher is John Dl Barbados, won Ihe .u-1 priao .""' '"ur runnersui' awarda in an essay eompetiliii ,Me.t of "C< operatives wuih arara .n^'iurd by u Elementary Schoolg Cuinniitteiv Malaya, along with 38.W8 ions sent lo Communist China %  Ttie I'nlted Slates received %  17A.724 tons of the total of |' 1.106.483 tons exported Malaya spokesman for the Colonial Oillce said*, there are no reslric ly lots account the present %  u.irld situation and be more rubber from Malaya, llextble to meet ehangiiiK aoodlII*-' added that he understood tlons. In view 0 f the rciiKlion talks were going on between of the number and siz*. of CtQUna Aineru-.n and Britih ultlCials on of epidemic diseases .is well a* ihe matter new discoveries against such \ Hoard of Trade spokesman said Britain felt she could achieve little by cutting off rubber sup_ piles from Malaya to Communist wHI j( ,. ubmi 75 uimm uP i„, intries unless Indonej_ Jectiwn. Simple precautionary mea-tures if effectively applied, should enormously reduiv the need for ciuaronlfne procedures tn the rest of the world, be said Dr. Ahmed E| Halawauv (Kgypt), on the other hand. Hrod from make-up kits to mamnth presses will be at the Fair %  attract buyers in almost every >nreivable line of human en-.ivour Products for the home nl for the factory; aoods ol in•iesl to the business tycoon and front ""' housewife, to the retailer ami the jobber will be shown l>\ pin ducen from all over the world Among the features of thi > .•oar's Trade Kair will be exhibit from a few countries new to tin Pall -Japan, Mexico. Israel, and lK>sMi>ly Iraq and Iran—and much more ambitious partiripa lion by a number of count net The Netherlands is perhaps th i:.i. outstanding in this lattt %  egard l.ast year four liut.l. firms exlubite.1 This year then plvjinlu. | n.,i || Sherhnk Jordm, silt ha. %  • ;. i I by the Jmifco ' Court o: A Jordon was oharnBd artth the 'l^litiulel;', .in i lings bvlonguiK to AJph* %  I Nil II unv lowed suit. —INS taaaaaaaataakM "'1'" 1 "" Assistance guted ^ he noc essily for strong saniUry regulations. He said mi country today was immune from Bui Germany SHU Importing Meat BONN. April 16 Ui in,in has little chance rinri prfca tftn* t^> John Hu 'the danger of epidemics. As an buying much meat in Germany km, while the second prlzo waa exaiT ,pi e( he cited die 1947 cholera a West German Food Minlst won by Josephine Boss of tnc e p (( iemic in Egypt which took a cfrlcial said here today. School Beaulieu K C WASHINGTON. April 14. Kepresentative F. R. Coudcrt. a Republican, (New York) has introduced a conKtltutioii.il amendment that would empower the Ifouf-e and Senate to remove 0 ( p^dinj which was the object ^ tl Kr ,tening of certain articles of the competition „___ in the Sanitary Regulations. Each prize consisted of three Detailed mscusslon of th e 110 ory, %  J d, f I ' p t 5 r ^. •*&* .|.",..! hc „!^' u Jfl!' 0 1 -: !Sf PrWammi' to export nwal. the Vrcsident by a "l.irk of confidence" Act if a two-third: majority were obtained. %  Coudert put this forward a n alternative to impeachment. Several Republican member.' of Congress declared they wanted to invoke the impeachment clause In the constitution after President Truman announced he had dismissed General MncArthur from all his commands. Under will introduce this clause, any federal, or civil plan which will official including the President. ,m can be Impeached for "treason, pu bribery, and other high misof demeanour-.". "f It has been invoked against a President only once In American history. Andrew Johnson, successor to Abraham Lincoln, was accused of the corrupt use of the %  interference at elections, and other high crime* ._„.,. At his trial by Oh (Upper House) 34 senators voted lor a 'guilty" verdict guilty"; Oi a two-ihi.i Is required for conviction, he acquitted. heavy toll of lives. In addition. •'We have not yet &,!„%  %  li** lnt increased speed of pre-war standard of Munition Oflirer c %  ? •" travel brought new danger* and sumption here and er and members of the B to * %  made it riecessary to pay renewed importing meat' 1 the vtaltnd the Mhools to present tno BUcntiori ut fronucrs to the posi,iaini prbje alao uikuig ihe OPP 0 """ sil,l e spread of epidemic diseases. 'Therefore speculation over t h ?J !" TC!i£S Egypt, ho concluded, would ask M sslhl | lIv ,, f lxJH1 rting meat c cept in small quantities'in tins very prcmuture. It ii not in the G we to show array of goods in must of tin Fair's 20 trade categories CM. it Britain will aaam likely be the major exhibitor Spari roquiivd to sliow British exliibit* will be about the same aa last year, when close to 70.000 square feet was booked Space taken to ahow Canadian goods should ap proximate last year's 45,000 square feet. Slight increaae* are possibU Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay M v B-dp'.i.i.i BHt. aaui s,i, wan s.'h gmati ft l i %  | %  .underfill Count-till H %  ..-. -< n>inl—M M' •l.d HV 1>... t„,, Bfitlh AHKIVAIJI MV S II. Alhuiusw I--,... K 1 %  %  %  r,.,M. Q i I,,I %  n ldv Nrltam. (** i %  ". iM-l Cap PBpAirl I M V AUiflh...,.-. JH I... i ,-. %  T ilated VoUf, 1* loi n< i Cap! Bvri i. % %  D Qulai ScltOolKt 1-HIH1I.II.1U. SO 1... (inmba I..I -i i %  fa-h....n OVwOsnU W * hMU M Cspi W-Ii. II I 14 V T li H.d.. Hi \ %  Milth.ll I..I I i %  I hed the in these figure*, but it is too earneat are still nvelal an %  in, .-nt copy of Mi Grenada "Citi/en Rcadei Family Travel Itetween May and July. B.W.I.A. family travel able a husband (,. travelling together to rchaK return tickets on some it W I A. rnutes for the cost tickets plus 50'; begun today and tinued for several Special Committee was formed to cannvil ^f^ Brilal deal with health regii ations needabo(Jl ^ tons last ed to prevent possible ipread of %  .luring the Mecca Pilgrimages Walter WiifchcIlV Columif SuK|M-lh!r(l NEW BISHOP — Rrutcr CARACAS. Venezuela. April Ifl. The Government on Sunday ordered a 15-day suspension ol irratv. oar o %  tarr*.*•ndmii the publication uf Walter WinBAHBUDA. April 14 .hell's column here, because it On Tuesday April 10 the ecurecently contained remarks coni.f the Rev P M tMilcred otmnaive to Mrs. Eva i hop-elect of the Eastern Peron. Argentine President's wife. Province of the Th column appears in the Moravian Church took place at newspaper La Esters. It Is beSi ring Gardens Moravian Church, lieved that the Argentine EmThe presiding BlnOp Kt Rev. bagay protested against a recent yet to make ilrm prcdirtiutis Too Karly The trend toward" a*ormle on ToesSv ns Emest Pavieror "Green Turtleweighed 46* M. ihe British delegate 1^ to fM* !" pounds and was on display in the Cmmril ef luTOpa Miad tl Publ,,Market. Commission on Monday ___.—..........— The Deputies to-day had li long olumn which said a magazii nllad .HIT ... no. of the most sordid career this side of the red light distrirt." —(C.P) 1oor second Exci pt In certain parts of Oei many, mutton Is not much rail li ed. It was reported from Frankfuit Saturday that the Quarter Brna M ll—. %  IMIIUli If MCI -aUgiM'.—nt L"i" I I • .. i. II. i.. In Touch with Bnrbadoa Coaatal Station ...t M, ss lUy.i.u. -• Sw-i' .. Ilrll.i.. %  %  E-* Mcsnll-f .> (lrti|.liia. %  %  Hrii .. Ansrii.... M %  • % %  <<< • %  %  AI-. :jbrvllle. %  %  CLEAR t)sc Mcntholatum' Balm to keep vaw HUa cool and lice fium RoughncN*. Spoti an.i Sonneai i %  Mciilholahim d.ulv ll It, MI vimple io UM.You just RUB 11 ON Mcntholatum makes youi skm v-n and smooth and keep, il cleat Mcntliu&iluiu IS giKHl lor Al 1 sLuiiroublcs. Ouick— get a jar or tin lo-day. MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM taw I %  Hsirlna. %  %  RATES OF EXCHANGE Morrison's Life .1.M> O.r 0B Um.H.t.11. UABBUDA. April 14 Ttirwenormous turtles wer aught by th lOOfi and 1 LONDON. April 111 Herbert MonTsoo, Britain's ra -re lPln. anything bu-. coat. place orders In May for nearly 160,000 pounds weight of German hams 1 pork and bacon, as wail -* 300.000 pounds of fresh chilld beef and of fresh lamb. Three plans were said to be \]\^i itrikai .irned at cutting down expense.. The gto pp lt|Je Great Britain and Ireland The Rathnrtands Inatltule fo. the Pnimotion of Foreign Trade is assuming over-all direction of tha mhibite of the Dutch flrmi whose products will be found in almost evry trade groupliiK 9,000 London Dockers Strike LONlX*N About 9.000 dookan work here today in pn prosceution of M-ven of their colleagues ctiargeil with leading k i t ii 111 1 ,' son la' 1 *l 4 |0 1 %  Apnl 16 ll kers struck! I irutcst at the 11 of American families in Germ. •ii.ii lowering United Slates Government'* overseas transport the Angel Voice informal dianiatlon -d'er lunch. The luncheon had baan ui an apartment reserved by Parodi In ihe Ministry of the Associated States and lasted f0| lust ovci three hours The French %  kllnlttry nf the Associated States ll th. German Embassy, and still ha.. two Germ-in aagM %  %  i.lptured ou the entra nce arcaiW — kcutri B.G. Has Twelve Community Cen/ros GEORGETOWN. Apnl !0 The opening on Friday. 30:ii March, of two Community Can tres. one at Vergenoe.. East Coast. Essequlb" other at Den Amstel. West Coast, brings to 13 the number already formally opened Yugoslavia Signs Pa't With France BLLGRADE. April 16 [) %  • J Viifan. Assistant Yugoslav Foreign Minister told the Foreign %  .-.mitten of the Yugoslav Assembly today that Yugoslavia had signed a special agreemem with France undei which she will receive 5,000.000. 000 won nont for her ,.* tCrCSkAC ("OAWrJ luring the oex fi\AT t t{,VM t I. IWW (V ATTORNEY n told a Lord Mayoi* banquet: The business ol diplomacy i a issinn ,o noie^ and memorande. 'It involves the whole proceas.of man ;*peak trying to secure a common ftp* n J*', „ __ proacfa tc problemwhich trans-' Thl" ' the advice of Dr James cand national frontiers. Bender wlto toM poranU at ihe Often travelling by aeroplane. Kew.Forest School recently itvs-v. hv icle-nhnixan I "Many a man u. driven from hts flreaide by the cackling voice of pursued always by telephone ar. telegraph, speaking on H and now even watched by te^evision, the representative of his country to-day does not find hnM hanging heavily on his hand. -INS since the seven were flrsl held bv police. Previous strikes have been fur one da> only, bul laportl from tho dock are^ today *uggested the dockers' unofficial Purl workers' Committee planned t extend the present stoppage foi demon.tn.te outside the central ofinsinal court whan ihi b %  the seven dockers was todav e Mrtng lia last stages. Telegrams wer sent by unofllcial bodies during the weeken other British ports calling r.vmpathetlc strike Mid* Only By Tht Mtnthttitum CJ. Ltd.. (fat 1B8B) Shugh. SnghiiU. See Our Up'to'the-Minute STYLMNGS ^FJijrSi FlIKi: HOOK whlrli makes COD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" I'll-write s-miM-i KoberU, Gospel Beak and Tract Kerrler. If. Central Avenue. Baogor N lrr| ( %  lUi Ihe voice ol %  A siren always has a seduc* ve voice And every woman kkp the kind of voice thut v.ill get and hold her man." —I.H.I i Oir Oam orrrafxaSoli GRENADA. April 14. BILL OF RIGHTS ALBANY, NY.. April Paianll "f every baby bom New York State from now on v copy of the chlldre About 100 ships were held by Ihe strike today. Nearly. 2.000 Birkeohead dockers stopped work today in support of Ihe protest. Liverp-.ol dockers were workir i.' rmally and Glasgow docke. decided against *lrike action —Reuter dl Youth HOLSKWIVKS ON (iLARI* ST AI.HANS. England Housewives in thii Hartford ttaf part of these dellviompletcd in the — .— % %  %  —. -%  %  rean and payment Legal sources here mention "' '" r '8'' l Mtpn in five years' time Mr J II V Redhead. Grenada The document, which Fan said the agreement barrister now on the Mag„leri..l dwinbutad b>r .he Stale swd upon credit* given by bench in Antigua as likely sue Commission..affirms the birthright .hire town will carry wrning reporters, and guaranteed cessor lo Mr G Elmore Edof every child to 11 aspects ot whistle, and guard valuable enFour more are undo I ft I wards. Registrar, who Is going lo other application* from Assurance of Credits fur foreign St Kitts to assume dutiaa rural area* ire being < sidered. trade — Realer Crown Attorney. uelfare. security and "affection hibiU that will be on view here i-iihout regard to race or creed during the Festival of Britain -INI —


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PACE FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE II I Mi \Y APRIL 17, 1951. BARBADOS r——i— AtfvOGttE by the Advocate Co-, Lb... Bread t*t_ Bride* Mwn Tuesday April 17. 1951 OF the total number of employees in skilled and semi-skilled occupations in Barbados in 1947, not more than 1 or 2-per cent had received any pre-emplnymcnt training. Moreover 74 per cent of them had iM'ver received any secondary school education. These words ought to be hung in flaming lire over the Barbados Public Buildings for everyone to see whenever the subject of education is discussed in the island. They were written by a select committee on Vocational and Technical Training which held its first meeting on 17th July, 1946. and met on 35 occasions before submitting an unanimous report to the Governor. The committee recommended that a Training Centre be established for educating and training apprentices one full day a week over five years. The committee recommended that a Technical Win); be added to Combermere School so that pupils of the school may be given courses in Engineering and Building sciences, and that the Technical Wing be so designed that it could accommodate not only the technical students of Combermere School, but also the apprentices. The committee regarded the erection, equipping and staffing of the Technical Wing at Combermere School as both necessary and urgent. The Committee estimated that initial costs would be $,(34,000 and recurrent expenditure $24,500. Why was the technical wing not built ? The answer is that Barbados is still behind the rest of the world in matters of education. People here are not yet aware of the uselessness of the "3 Rs' cither as a substitute for education or as a qualification for linding employment. Harrison College, a school with 120 sixth form boys was allowed $84,717 in the 1951-52 estimates. The West Indian University gets $53,280 per annum, an increase on $19,200 which had been granted until September 1950, although only 2n Barbadians are undergraduates there out of a total of 140. Barbados scholarships account for $27,136. Meals for elementary school children will cost the taxpayer $114,000. Repairs for elementary schools are to cost $40,500. Educational apparatus and material accounts for $39,630. Total emoluments for education personnel in Barbados for 195152 are $1,017,897 out of a total recurrent expenditure of $1,737,949. The above figures are indicative of the fact that Barbados has money to spend on education and spends it. But the expenditure on subsidising Barbados scholars and the University College of the West Indies proves how tragically unaware of Barbadian needs is the present educational policy of the Government. Nor is the present Government to be blamed for originating such a policy. They are only carrying to excess a policy of neglect of vocational and technical education which has cost in the past and is costing to-day the island dearly. It is high time that the recurrent expenditure on Harrison College be reduced and that excellent institution be restored to a size which will allow it to function as a first grade school, and the amount saved be channelled off for use in starting a technical and vocational school as suggested by the Select Committee under reference. And lavish expenditure on relatively few Barbados scholars and undergraduates can only be justified, if the large numbers needing technical education are not overlooked as they are to-day. OMI II I. AIM: IIS SAY: Radio Infrrfvrvitvr To I'H' Crflfor, the Advocate, SIR,—At the moment of writing this, all my hair is on the floor besides me. I have torn it out in desperation while trying to listen to a broadcast through a mass of interference generated by passing vehicles. Will no one do anything about a situation which is getting Worse day by day ? Is I the responsibility ot the Police Department to prevent this interference, or the Highway and Transport Department which will be examining vehicles soon before the issuance of licences or Kilroy •vho was (me here ? When the tax of 10 was imposed on radioset owners, their anger was cooled somewhat by another act which required that all motor vehicles should be fitted with suppressors. The latter has been entirely forgotten by all concerned but certainly not the lornier. Year after year, reminded by notices in the Press. radio owners must cool their heels in the Treasury to pay their tine. Vehicle owners have the use of the roads for their tax. What * (3) operation of the Interthe Un.ted Nation, -dminlaterln* alional Trusteeship System, the '. United Nations exercises supar vision over the administration o' Trust Tei ritor.es through tbe ex aminatlon of annual reports from the administering .minorities and of petitions from the inhabitants, supplemented by the Trust Territories to conduct on-the-spot studies of the cond; fnU-rnaUonal tiona o bt lnln therein %  ere "represented" In the League the I'oicr and a vole They stand on equal fooling 1 most powerful States "Open diplomacy" has boen UM rule in the General Assembly 5ince Ha creation. As a result. the debates have always been < %  l>aken and sometimes quite bul< r. with (c h( rational Trusteeship System an" wpr toward the non-saltmole to the utmost the well-bein, Ih the "oldest .mil governing territories under their of the inhabitants at those Tern ,.f .1,., mmihT ndministiation, tones. Member Slates administer ing nnn-selfgoverning Territone, The Security Council. B 1 linv. wnlch are outside the Tnisleesh^ (marked, has the decisive power System are required by the Char iml therefore the primary responteT to fU bmtt to the Serretan lotUty for the maintenance of General periodic reports on th. International peace and security economic, social, aid educational under the Charter. The General conditions obtaining in those Ter Assembly, however, may consider T ttories Although no machinery is Hi. gi-neral principles of inu-rnaprov |ded in the Charier for exam tional co-operation in this neld. lnlna n0 ae reports, the Assembly including those governing disarm.-ftBl ns i ruc t M ihe Secretary Oeninent and the (ontrol ann erB lo ,ummariie and analyse the regulatlnn of armaments, and it ln formation received At each of ; ay mike appropriate ihe four regular tet-sions hold thus jeconimendntions to Ihe member for> |n(l Awernbly has n me< 0 L,.£ S^wiy Council. spccla commjuee IO consider the or Jf •' > .., reports on conditions in the non The General Assembly may re(C lf-governing Territories and thu. nlrro. commend measures which It eemk lrark of ^r progress toi. I i.ieessarv fr thi.r.iicful solution ,.._,^i ,„i f 0 !" ,rl n -,.nt ol humanity's conscience It has 0l aiiy d f spule or ,[ lIuMloll Icgjird *" self-government. efleetively brought to bear in.. ]r5s of 1(i oriIiri( which lt ,^,^0 n add ition to these functions, moral power of world opinion on mn ||kc|y tQ provc detrimental 10 the General Assembly has a *. < n'-neral welfare or to impair number of important administraIricndly relations among nations, live and budgetary powers. The unless the proqtem has already assembly elects ihe six nonbaan taken up by the Security iiermanent members of the Council. The Assembly may also Security Council, all the members bung To 'he Council's attention of the Economic and Social luations which are likely to enCouncil, and the elective members international peace and cf the Trusteeship Council. Voting lily independently, the General A Under Article 13 the Assembly bly and the Security Council elect Initiate Studies and mak. the members of the International rbal holds '.arred Hence the censure, 'cockpit of the nations". But precisely berauM Ihsi mamlm eountrtM have expressed their minds and unburdened their he iris so fully in Itt session halll and committee rooms, DM General Aasembb) has romc '.) ratsact ihe will of mankind to a greater degree than any other international instrument It ha? served both as a barometer of tn.Id's tcmocr and as the moat important oi ihe world':. problems. The erroneous notion has perslated that the General Assembly IN merely a "debating WCMty This error arises from a Daawonreption of the nature and scope tftn r of the functionj. and powers of ,_ tut L. v the Assembly. Under the Unit) Nation. Charter, the dtCWt power in all questions directly .nay bly ., nolUwreby reduced to imll>* progreBiyc developmcnl ol comnwnd.Uon ol the MM !" "rbS'. "n" p"ri StSi I'nlled NJtlon, .rr vclcd in |bo wh.cl, 1. %  > tntton t;.iin,il Aucmbly and, under the l*e the Interlni The General Ai.embl, ha. been General Aen,bly. m the Eeo• Uttle Awmbly denned correctly aa "eutnfially a i.omlc and Social Council. Ur: which wa, created by the General Awembly SuberiiToierieeTn., and reVSw" the Aaaembly reala the repon.i. '•"'" fU^SSTSji ,n. organ." [la aulhority as .uch Willy lor promoting higher ,t.-,no. '" u c 0 ''* "' '^' l 8 ',' '1?. SSaSWSiTK naSaV^no^'^rhe^ ^^^^,£^n^i v i r u the Ch.rler ami exi'd related problems, and W nd other ornivs oj the United ^J£^to!$&!l££* o.ter culturafand educational Natiw well .^l and nake recommendations to the cooperation among nations U 2ti£S?*S LJFZ?*£ wnrt ISSrffi sesdi%ss ^s'^pr X^S£€3riS !U Al^^s g brmglng SP eela,K^iS^ SnrwKiiS l^ny ,ed agencies in ihe health rpporUoiu the expenses among the which ilie economic, social, and cultural member States. ..... considering field* into relationship with the The mere recital of all theiv re United Nations must be approved functions should suffice to show hy the General Assembly before, that the General Assembly hai take effect. The Assemmuch .Krerter authority, hcaviei c A, bly may recommend measures for reponslbility. and morework than itralia's co-ordinating the policies and aC a "debating society. The Assem"'"' % %  ... ...-.1%  %  %  ~,.a,t .lulu .llil'l.. 1I\l dispute or siliialion Security Council unless the Council Itself quests. Stan with this limitation. the range of the Assembly's "de> ''' liberative power" is immense. : !" nSe V .,lhe"skn A n'nc^o S^TSTS^iffiii^ ~ W, may no. oni, d.cu, s cm <.l IMS .!,„„ drSS The function, „n.i power, ot the question wlthm the scope of h. ,1 t",l IbtUna cEfiir, point"""* Nl,,i !" " h """ A lo Charier: It may also make he cd out Ihe Charier estnbhshea Trust Temtone. with the excepnecesaary recommendallona un. Ihe clear rlghl ol the AaMmiblr lion of strategic area, which are less the queallon Involves an inler,,,,,*, every aspect of Bu under Ihe jur.l clion of the Se. rational dispute which ha. beer I,!,,.. cvcrvlhinu' .,'nVamcd l„ cuntv Council arc exerclaed by Ihe placed before the Security Council 11 and 'everything covered by ,1 General Assembly mainly lhrour.li ;,.. .,;.,. % %  ;., :., %  .. %  ...-t,",. ll< IIKM ra > In The West Indies The following cable, between l aj dengPH Hinlalcr In April, and closure ol Bermamaa. Arrival anticipated %  %  • >* %  >** %  "" pl...,v.ii,oiis, lacUsele,. elc whicli 12.2 52. Mnwcmdown to be under purtenanee. are happy will lie unable to continue vour command. Resioct for demH.M. Governmen's expense. Some protlloble operation, in aboul ocrallc principles essential. Mow lemale children Mem very wel. one year Ihls will cause wide emdov.n has been instruclcd that 2£ v r „ pcd „ spread unemployment, hardship, u oul of every 10 rounds must be *•*** — Governor. Aniuada to and further riots. Moderate blanks Your Colonial Secretary S ew *^* rjr ** 8y ato. faction led by Harris will then should take charge if you are ill „ Buslairy and hi. PTommuni.'i probably achieve power and 11.2.52._Governor. Angnada to p "">' •'r'* 11 m SB •£ %  • %  w ' h exlremisls led by Buslairy and s,„ cU ry of Slate. "V !" "' ,n "". m "J or y i 1 ,""""I ft Keskad, WlU l diK-redilcl for Headache atallng. Thanks for f'" m H .Vi..i, '"". d i "£LS£.|5. ,on,e year.. With moderate. In Klndl, Light. Iluslai.v has agrc-d 'f* STi" 5 ,^, A m M S'^IZ* power Magna Mines may lake up m ..mployers 14.2 52 Rioting &t!"S£E&>* SASST^ their wide option, and extensive ,„,,i,m,es North wing of Govern!" 5" aa '""' 1 asalatance to %  nLntral development will probmer.t H.aise gutted In minor con 1? r!*' a __. ably occur, to Colony's benelll tlagTatiOt, 294.12 — seerelary of sttoto to Wl&liSSS* !" 8e sa "H •S52 •* %  " to wgr^cSTg democrauc il-jLlSl! i P—* Govemc. Aagaada. progress. Fabian Society Comt.oremor Anguada. Rrarc u oek ^ nd d ^ lny Socr( .. mlnCf dpUfhte(1 Wha( news o( Your primary responsibihl> lo tan North. East, Sooth America Magna Mines? control unrest i n your colony Colonial Council of U.NO urges 5 g..u Govern**-. Angaasla to This outweighs all long-term i-aapeet for rights of downtrodden Secretary of Mate' eonsideralioni No course which workers. Bear this in mind Car. Magna Mine* will not renew I envisages future disturbances is VO u compromise at 45 dollars their option. P^spects of mineral Iwise. UNs watch on Colonial IS.UX.-Governar. Aniuads lo -levelnprnent now excessively r* affeiii-s nm*t be kept 111 mind. II Secretary of SUle mote. Our Director Medical tcortumy should bo dislocated Conference held on 14th and Services for,1st a population H.M. C.overnment may make 15th. Bustairy made preliminarv expansion by 2S'> In 10 years grant lo enable industrial and speech in Stringemup Squssre 15 Have made formal appliagncullurol enterprises to concasualties among Mowemdowns cation through usual channels tlnue in interests of workers Marines 3 superficial wounds tor my transfer My position apMiul iiimeoiate confer among members of Anjmada elecpears untenable as I am blamed ence of Uust.nrund .my aracnatur.ttc. Comprimise achieved at by workers for use of nVl ble representatives of employer? m dollars with incidenui beneforces in recent riots and by emSome compromise must be fiu in food, insurance, extra ployers for my capitulation to achieved. Regret your suggesholidays and pattttoM estimated workers' demands, UpM therefore inacceptable. at 7 dollars per week. Subse10 S.SZ. — Seeniary of State t Please report progress. quent ovations for Bustairy whoiw Gaeernr.-. Aaguaaa •2.5!--Gavenior, ARguaaa to lUvtion is now certain. Future Your skilful conduct of recent Kerrelary of Stale. Colonial aspirants to public office disturbances clearly warrants proAm in hospital with superficial will wa'.eh his career with intermotion. We have a quiet uovrii.el wiunds Irom stone-throw et Rioting t,til| continues. ernor-General's post in view for lug. Regret your reaction <>f my lj.2.51! — Secretary of Slate W you. Too bad about Magna alines. Hava calhad fiovernar. Aniuada Instnutions follow by air but 1 conference of Buitairy. GreenYour head injury appears to .. 9 On Page S 'The Professor" Fights The Underworld From FREDERICK COOK NEW YORK ESTES KEFAUVER. America's man against crime and sworn enemy of FrankitCoatello, Joe Adonis and the other colourful characters of the twilight world, is not al all the type one might expect. About him there is none of the flamboyant, hectoring, blustering, loud-tie District Attorney of Hollywood and Chicago. He is big and rugged. But in this 47-year-old Senator from the backwoods country of Tennessee there is more of the earnest professor than of the headline-hunting swashbuckler His quiet voice flows smoothly, without rasp. His accent is a pleasant, soft Southern irawl. But some of those who have faced nim and his Senate Crime investigating Committee have learned that there is punch behind that diffident smile, a mantrap those seemingly harmless questions. NON-STOP BATTLE Krf.mv.-r (his name is pronounced Ess-tess KEY-fawver, the faw rhyming with fault) is described by some as looking like an American version of Sir Oliver Franks. He has built his whole political career on a nonstop battle for cleaner government. After taking a Yale law degree in 1927. he went home to Chattanooga, Tennessee, and started in practice as a local solicitor. Business, he says now. is best described as having been "on the thin side." He picked up eight dollars in the first month, was delighted when the takings went to 21 dollars in the neat It was not long, however, before Kefauvcr was one of the Souths more successful attorneys and the money flowed in. Inside five years his income was "several times" the £5,000 a year he gets now as a senator. He had no political ambitions until he turned his mind to a minor local reform and extracted Arm promises from all the candidates that, if elected, they would back it Those who won at the poll promptly "forgot" their commitment. Kefauver decided that day he could trust nobody in politics, and at the next election put his own name up for the Tennessee Senate. He-lost narrowly. But his campaign had fired such public interest that a year later they elected him instead to Ihe United States Congress in Washington. FOOTBALL, TOO Kefauver has little time for any books but those on political and economic matters. But he is no dull dog. He likes a party, loves travelling and striking up acquaintances with people he meets in trains and in the air. Fishing was a passion with h'm once—the mountain streams of Tennessee are among America's best trout waters—but he has little time for it now. At college he was a track :tar and played a hard game of football. Now his absorbing hobby is carpentry. "My most successful recent project," he says, "was to fix a new door on my daughter's playhouse." WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED —L.E.S. Plan For A Colonial Town LONDON CLUBS are of more significance in the Colonies than they are in Britain, where there is already a wide range of cultural and social activities open to the inhabitants. This view Is held by town-planning expert, Mr. G. A. Jellicoe. and he expresses it in his plan for the capital of Northern Rhodesia. Lusaka In this plan, he makes provision for a theatre, a cinema, gardens, a fountain, parkland, a town hall, hotels. lido, cathedral show rooms, golf courses, etc. African and European housing are planned to accommodate increasing population. Emphasising how necessary it is to bear in mind the population problem in relation to town-planning. Mr. Jellicoe, a London architect, points out that in Lusaka the European population has more than doubled itself in the last three and a half years. He envisages industrialisation and demonstrates how industry should be concentrated, with light industry on either side of the commercial centre, and heavy industry located near railway sidings. Freedom for the expression of native culture is another factor in Mr. Jellicoe's town planning for Colonies. Equally important in Colonial town planning is what Mr. Jellicoe calls "the continuation of the ecological plan", including "political ecology". He feels there have been attempts in the past to destroy all existing ecology and plant a new one in its place, t The essence of Colonial life, he says, is "water | and trees" and so in Lusaka he ensures there 1 will be avenues, in orderly and aesthetic fashion, and fountains in the parks, so that. I as Mr. Jellicoe puts it. "people can see and feel that there is water about," and all with good mental effect. Not everybody will agree with everything in the proposed magnificent lay-out of Lusaka. The separate schools, the different types of housing, won't be in keeping with the [ views of certain schools of thought in the Colonies today, but it is clear that the improved amenities and conditions provided for in the plan, will go a long way towards raising standards of health and living. von PAINT ADVOCATE AT STATIONERY SILVER STAR CONGOLEUM With FELT BASE Beautiful Patterns Cut to Your Rcquirrmrnts SILVER STAR CONGOLEUM SQUARES with Felt Base — 3 X 21 yds. ..ml 3x3 yds. jarJust the Floor Covering you have been waiting for ." ; 1 .' as.'. 1 WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. 'Phones 1 PITCHER 4472. 46K7. 441.1 & CO. MR. BAKER!! You can once again HAKKuilhaSMIU:... VtSl If' Hero Again GOLDEN ARROW FLOUR FLOUR WITH GOOD RETURNS 08IAINAHE AT VOUR WHOUSAUR LOUNGE SUITS ready to wear Choose from a wide range of fitting, single or double breasted. Style in fine Grade WORSTEDS and GABERDINES. A big assortment to select from • IIA COSTA .V CO.. LTD. Dry 4..mils ll,pl. 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TUESDAY, xi'illl. IT. 1911. BARBADOS 1DV(M Ml i'\(.i: FIVE CRfCT DEMOCRATS tlRllft t SATCHELX CLUB ^ you* ow.v IIITLG %  A/AMES 77/47" JDWAT 77%f *tM£tV I. < M*MI Pf RON rrrommendftf /or the Nobel peace Prize tecaus, principle of "spiritual disarmament." The man deputy. Virgin-* Fillppo VtrgtUi, rtted the Prctttitnt't efforts lor President Perov Hat '•''•• f his "fustic, dllif (>• n Iplti made the tuivestioi : A Pi '. ';u> fust made of his i'-lament, m decUirtriu that fltoMtC energy obtained by '.e employed fur pe( ceftil pursuits" liondon atsurssa Srrvlcf i.i.i. s Trui., Fr §i # Vincent's Sea Island wi*.** Cotton Is World's Besl p VERY MOftMNC. (or the pal J-r (cw wevks Ihrw police attlleu-* could be seen practising at Queen'* Park. They arc H-rolC little. cli..:uc nf Htwinn Chartti instru by winch the hope nJght havi .ilizeii—being ratified DV vrarM Iradliti nations Dlarouraied b> tnr One purchaser. Mr E. Tappan. MR. A. V. SPROTT. Controller of Suppli. Vincent, lold thy Advocate yesterday that tin cotton and arrowroot still remains the besl in the world and they intend to live up to that standard. He said that the Arrowroot Association had beer installing new machinery and the planters were looking forf^.* ward to Letter prices for the 1951—52 crop. Mr Sproti arrived lu. Friday from British Guiana by Internal B.W.I.A. for the Suppl) Off* %  inino. toranca which opined ai lance on the mallei rid i Hou^e yesterday mornGeneva AfrWnM I .ng under the chairmanship of next beat thlnfl to I he I Professor C. G. Beasley. lie U I TO Mi narcc Sellerci.ro t.bin. t,,.„, M a >. n K at the Marine Hotel um int.. u rnf groceries m a small way. The to British Guiana to study the Torauav aTauland Th? e „i y .„ Marketing Orcanisalion with a falied to reach agree..,. This wayside selhng seems to view to esUbJishing a marketing MO round of 1....1T net? be very much a home affair. For dJvWon of Ihe Control DeportRnd this dis.igieeme,u. involving instance. Gartleld Cor bin. a hearty, mem in St Vmeemi Prior e> the British preferential larifl 5 grcving seller who has changed J. !" *,.,^ J*** 1 ""IT^l ,he Rlce P*cted l<> expand lo eiwi.nipass %  Self-Help In Antigua ANTIGUA % %  -.in contvlh the pr posed e bulldtng programme. I the vtsil is bcin i i Colonial DejvtJopmetil i V i M li.S Finn Point l'i" linnme. • parU .ii,. Mr Elk 1 1 Faa Fined 20\hid ISol Stop Im ai thi tfouairm Authnritv. Mi MUM../ ,.f ihe Puerto R v. %  %  ami Mr W M WoOdhou i 1 %  %  ill.' unpoa a iu, Vounsj i as con Appeal Brmw %  yesterday. Young was found guilty ol fl I 'uni to p I 8 JII|".I writs, i \. i |j denee for the pi i Wer from selling nranffei and Co n ,t'. r l' nrc Rodgers. Publisher-Travel Editor oln ^'" fnilt to selling English potaof the Advrrtker Tribune Tiflln. toes, onions, condensed milk and Ohio, bought many articles of "imilar items, sits with chinaware from this store. He ' the wall of u bullditic ;it the bought two pieces of the 'Balloon "Me of the slreet Woman" loon Man" He wrote lo a friend fore him It is a normal push yenr would "be" affected i Trinidad. When he left St. Vincent on Maxell Iti. condition, were satis factory, and unlike Grenada. there was no labour trouble. Since February, there was no nan" but cud not get the "Bal": He has cart, with his stock ber^g^^'ptvl^n'Vro'p 8 ; uS Man He wrote to a friend for e him It is a normal push y PBr wouW ^ aflec ted as a re" It ui Barbados yesterday stating that cart but it has n fmme upon It of the heavy rains of February he would like to knowif it was and card nailed across Besting possible to purchase the "Balloon on the bench at Corbin's side are Man" because "Ihe gal is getting his scales and his canh box lon.ly" Fortunately the firm has This card covering is evidently only one in stock and this will he 0 nlv a dry weather affair, but Corsupplied to Mr. TapnanRodgers bin's argument Is that here, we get f AixoLM DAVIS of Ashford, nv-aunu davt AMI reJny dl John, reported that his F r Gorbm and the other sell. M A house was broken and entered bci the line, thorp Is no great stir n e Belter TraiiNport Air transportation had greatly improved now that B.C. Airways had based a Grumman plane in St Vincent and were operating live times a week from St Vincent instead of once and vlnu 7** '" Switzerland Since people, more in particular bus)* n,B t """ada has been waiting Huls. buat) rfaU, Si I Police M.ii:i.trMte\ ei.niAf i i In* %  ..i uiuagi i cod thai h\ which Hiv %  fourteen hunI odd I i nt by the peopli rll,,,itl n January 26 at about H 40 %  ages fatting %  dacM %  '" lw h '"' nopped Ida bleyck ,.. | .% %  %  d eh .i-.1 tm Aided Sell Help* 1 approach H lunctien of ^^lll^ the oni) %  %  ch laboui Pino Road. can be rul down Ihua helpYoung rode up Ma > %  ng a very much larger number di,i not -top at Ihe majoi t people lo pM .• home Mi rtM* He went aftei young am ''"•'''• %  explained rnaele eartaja anqulrtai U ^2? *" % %  "** %  • ho verj ureeastfulh "Aided was reluctant la ajvll T '"' l; i ii.ii la bt .uiswore. MOUU Tiave cornrniaed tonu ii llva vUiacoe *iUi permanentl Vouiut, in hla derenco, arid thai mto potlcy oftwaof (U roni small hou , mi u i did lop tl me maja cost in Pi. It and put till l< grmiml Whehe rode Ofl EM beord aoBBoooe eUppiri i He looked back and -, s. ,.. him He told Baal) that h.^ ha I %  %  in anrwoi to Bgl loi le, Youn said that ho know assail era policeman He stopped el the major road Rtudl ibOUt two 01 in then civ i..v trad, taxation and ix'gulat,.., ,,„,.,, H.iMin.i Mecliny ProUrnlnary agreemein ensV renched three years ago at a Havana conference of the members of the Geneva agreement. %  rules] had l | %  Iructed in the mixing of CetneeM Hid m ih,. proper metbi .vititf concrete blocki Hwre hi %  itre in (ho dlab pply f..i materlaai ami looei I i an % %  :> guidance am, idvtae hiie t iiiM are haipttuj earl >'her with their BontrucUooi K.M.C S MignWrenV/Tsiooo"ions."and "des_ a Tourist Trade interested ,,1 ut._ > inn .,-.a >tl>H al %  Vincent wtnob is one of the "Aided Self Help i w SprueU taken on v weii on the outak i nf King en % %  encourl %  %  %  uitil .i (..in rootn houae could not be entertained m St intends to do so m'lhe near Mi, i Vincent. future much ai poaatble Hi They wer c looking forward in There is -increasing po*s> : "stop over" visits from Canadian bilitv." li i al Affoln |ua fol and American tourists and thoji Department In its annual %  week in order to diacuai lso hoped to have the Venezucquariei'. Ihnfo! i %  %  rday n nd trover Mlemac. 2,300 tons, sailed sterday at 4 p m. for Boston. They arrived here on Thursday on a four-day visit. The Magnificent was under the command of Commodore K. F. Adams, R.C.N and the Mlemac was commanded by Lt Commander F C. Frewer, R C N. During the ships' stay here, some 1,230 navy personnel came ashore and saw the island. They brought idian dollars in their pockets ^ DaOM hosritable and beautiful islands in the Caribbean *• "Sarah Bell On First Visit nained ok in r.O. will inn. bo eHeh t-10 i :.' '.i.ii. i Tn. (.; ( .f„ ,„ gdooral I '* rm\ %  out i ntb aereement on Unnfri and trade '' ' find Ihe beef, ic'a now Importance "' %  Trade ortkuus p-yited oul ih.i!' %  %  ti.ugh the Geneva doa not go i far a Ihe Havana %  ln PoPw ,,( Auticua Man spending them freely avonuub) MLta Blaanoi Pronch, Numbers of them could be seen : of the Y.W.C.A. World each day in the restaurants around Headquarters at Geneva the City buying themselves a MFrench, who is now visitdrink or a snack while others proIng the island, has travelled oxfor red the fun of driving tensively She has vlalted nearly the island in taxis idl tin' West Indian islands. From day at a beach Barbodco'she' will go to Jamaica. Quite a few of them told the cargo. This talk was part of the Advocate yesterday that they had On this trip she has brought Y W CA.'s General Meeting which had a very enjoyable stav here, no cargo for Barbados but is also took place. Many ladies, who They highly appreciated the protaking a load of bottles for Marnre interested in joining the gramme that was arranged for unique. Y.W.C A., were given enrolment their entertainment forms and eartal'i avUvKMi charter. || provide* a ab "'" bava to bi .'inphafci* on multilateral Irad. bul it is hoped that the which Is Canada's baste trOd Will bo good be polli > will it help : % %  build i" Thn u .hi ^. ••a—I n "-' ubou i' nr "'^' "-•' %  :" "• %  uni down U.S tariff prefer* ng term "Bettei H around badlan. will be seeing much inoi..nil furthar by granlim: h< r \ spending tho ' er as she will be trading the same tariff preference „ ... h( | lllllsh i;,,^.,,,,,,,.,,, W|l I i.mong the islands wHfa general as that granted to other Common uivm r urtri vi for CLARKE'S "bLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood Impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago. neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID r T^BlgT fOAM %  •I lll-VA %  %  rn.ro\ ( now see ,H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.-Di.tribuior. NO FLEAS ON THIS DOG.. %  1 oraxane* Dual %  P iMinma II II <'.. i\ .1 i%  paati on I poulny. It ni psaaaaiil ami M I AI1aonViati % %  / KM p*ea %  ihn -lieMR. W. D. HALL Export Repreienlatixv of BAUIHTYNE, SUWSRT & CO. LTD. GLASGOW, C.2. a,t trM/tf U M —2Vr .\.iJ, 11'/,;./:., Wal h,msking 4 gixhUill lour ol ihe Rriiiih and Ncilu-il-u V 1 g ladlns} < isOBsl russwJoi ll. uill K* srriying shonly bf 'LOREXANE DUSTING POWDER IMPKKIM IMIMKM I'lUHMXl II III \|s, 1 IMIII |l wii uaion UAHH HIMIR sW OW>*a*Sfi v s BRVDaW 1 SUNS iiivHimins, IIMIIIII HARRISON'S BROAD ST. 'i nuy I %  No icussed. SAND STOLEN aay Canadian officials, question of whether it .. She arrived with a lew WOOld he "politically wise" for cases of champagne from MartinCanada to follow such a policy They engaged local teams at lque for Trinidad. ''" view or tho positions taken rn basket ball, football, table tennis. She was built 10 vear* aiio in otllPr Commonwealth countnei billiards and water polo. Dances New York as a fishing schooner n .ind parlies were held for them, captain Athanasc bought her ovoi % %  %  ched 1953 if tho plai afafully. I — tCf\ Iloth ships nre expected reach Boston next Monday. u> Democracy Thiitv-throe-year-okl chauffcu Jo eph Waithe of Deacons Hood. SI Michael, was found guilty Of Mr. A W. Harper, Aetmu Police Maidatrata of District "A", of lak. Ing away sand from Brandon-s |rom Pa|(e 4 beach in the motor van M-2—3 w ,j| cxpcct i 0 SPO you and Lady on April 15. r, for protracted visit on your reWilllam Allamby who lives near turn to u.K Brandon' and started to renovate her into a passenger-freighter while anc was in New York. He latff took her to Martinique whore tho renovation was con The Sarah Bell li.is ., gTO : %  tOrl of 60. She is 100 uIt.C Conditions Satisfactory at 9 knots from a sing!* ind is the owner of the IIIS t Governor, Angusds U diesel engir Klitions on the whole feet wide and ha* ;i draft f British Guiaiu ure tint unsatlsfa ght feet. Her speed is average! lory at the moment, Mr Q ._ ordered to pay £1. 12s by execution for permitting the UM of the van. £5 For Reckless Driving Chosterlleld Whittaker of Ivy [.and. Si Michael, was yesterday ordered to pay a fine of £5 by His Worship Mr I A McLeod •OT driving the motor van M-2177 in a rookies* manner on January 27 Feel from your Polit Messervy. Controller of Supplies and Prices of thai | AdveeaU% %  I UVdl } He said that it is however real Ized that tho supply. bacotruof raora i Drove \\ Ithonl bkfance MI J w. n hanoi v sod Mi n A Judge* of tho A Appeal, >* I M lie who Impoaa I shillings t., ha paid in. I %  Hall of Rail %  ... Road. Currlngton Vlihup hael. Hall was found guilty of driv Inn motor v;in '. bach %  tree) on .' nus j 2~. wlthou batm the h< Idei f ihi fr tin enau u iw .iil.irK'td M ihijwjiimg Mr. Hall' %  i I .i-.it iMli. %  ij |rrmvn St 1 I %  .//.',V,V/ ( '.V.'.V/,'.'/.'.W/ l ••JONES** FAMILY ii %:\n SEWEVCI M AllllM'S HOIKI ln-r %  I liplrte M'l, l*rd WjafllJ of Mudler. Webb House, Jordan, Bucks England Sincerest condolences "_. the loss of your seat in General Election. Colonial Empire will "iiss tha amoral atoeWpUing In all poi i Col. Cyrus. y o, £ Wl m ££m' Oftl LAP aVtta\ULT nl lil world prosecution, said that .. !?M s^T^L* %  %  "!" rUR AS&AULI *r.U nrry.rrivod y .... ttZLts^MTBaZ' ,. un( ., Webster a labourer of morning for tbO Supply Offleen nn Rook B D he BiTToonSSuiB. you on „e Gu! SI' fcehaoTwS *£g • l5nV Ma. M drtvtofjOu your ol.-ct.on ^nd appointment, fined 20s in seven days or la Hotel He know thai lb.ll had Utken \ ure Colonies will benollt delault one month'-* imprisonment. Aked (he posin.'n with rofard M.VIT* test and failed He toidj wise direction. Chief bv Mr. A W. Harper. Acting tothe exportation of rkxfrotu ||sll thut lie would DO I inform* me that Police Magistrate of District "A". British Ouiaiut, for driving wlthoul %  lie Tho line is to be paid by InstalBuatairy is arming his followers f ut assaulting Police Conatabta M4 Hue Marketm, pjD ments or in default two months' with view to seizure of full power Searlea while in the execution of .dl axpOCt l job. — THE PERFECT — HAND SEWING MACHINE Simple. Silent IIIM) ll:ii'k\i jirils and Fo iHy Kiinniit"; .\;inls as Kenitired. I MasasVj ? 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TIISDAV. APItll. IT, l5l HAKHAliOS AI1V.M Ml PACE SI VI N CLASSIFIED ADS. P,WLM NOT,CES ••' %  ***** TUJPMONI 2 SOS -1-.. 'ana Calling ehe-ee m HOD far 4117 r.umWr o( word ep to M ird s eerta er ward lor r*h nJOii-r..: wot* Trrau ea.h. PbOta >M bets re.i l and pm. Sill lor DeaSh Nature onl* after 4 [ m The i-harge tor tnrmunnmMli el " %  ". SUn-tagee. Death a. Acl . la-JgmeM*. and In Maanortam rolmi w IIM on rtk-diTi and SI St on Sunday lor anr number of wortfa dp *o SO. am 1 emu per word on waak-daja and 4 csnle par word on SunOara >niii>il word. I OH KALE M m(. i-.nJuvf 4 woeSa < %  •' % %  > eeoia a u-d trrrfc—4 %  Bt OOd MM M tmf a AITOMOTIVE IN MEMOMIAM %  :i; i thy dew QITS***'*—Ii. I". .nl memo* (o\#tl Albertfui I'm April IV IMP Tha morning run flown i. Whore fragrance nxi did fn* .dvai.rli.g innrn. Tha evading aun oerloobed thi drooping Oouer". Than night eamo on Sleep on. Jeep on and lake th*. Mt Having pamd with ihta world footage Tor In the mamlHii of UM blal, You'll waJir ".i that uiwlojdrd mom Mr. Evalyn Walker idajthtrr-. Mr 1 Graham .l.ro.tin flamual •" ilker "eon in-law. Mt. Ruth flkrrte Nathaniel Pallors Cinrmvi. Timothv. Andre* Rather lOrand children' Maicla iQfM> pand a-hildv Mras I t. WALKER. ratrtafll GOVERNMENT NOTICES AlT-iMOBllX Vaiu Prefert running .,rda* a Sl-SoS • tourlea. Oar. lall 14 . E-lSI %  H I.I.H... %  • FSaona-oSlfl 4*11 TIN. —-"•*• O-alord in A \ candilm.i "f? B ul ** •*-"' IHf 4n.a W.Wd mi-., and in a.MUant tondlllo' ToPd Prefect dor* u.ncd r*.lea ^d a*. in flirt .-leacondition A|.plv rV-ioAfrncla, IIJ Ring a 90s i a —I eoi.dltiot ar 1 Garage Trad gig Co II 4ltf n ELECTRICAL •ad IS rtan par acute Mae oa SHaataua, f —I-M-H cara HUM waalt-d-aal and II SB aa Saaateva • aaala a# oaaia Mia o iaaui NOTICE "M-I^II or all Iraaaaaaa %  %  Kaluidav April •! %  fro.n m ai AM Km from Id Kjiwrahk %  nan. %  atajptaftj kta mh NOTICE •*" %  <>i -i i Th# rarochlal Trr—nrr. %  i* 'loard on Ti .'411. %  ONAH-LbjhUiw Plaau lt-15 oiu arnpa. aoo wan*, wiib Umpa anr aparra. A. aarnra a. Co Lid. IM SI I I FLFKICiFHATOR .McRfth Be*. Fl'RNITL'RE FURNITl'HK .-,. %  ., CjPinei M 00. iron B M'llnii HO 00 aa a ta CO) Stahoganv D ut oo i >... r>i-, MI mouniHaati-an Red PLlnlru rt-i'iii Spai'il |iu! NT, Kil.nrn laDIr nlna Room Chair* il MiBrih. -BaauIMM 1 MECHANICAL NOTICE Y. M. P. C Thr CMafeM Sretiim Kill hold an %  poriant nirriih* ifn, aitrrnaan t\\ TUESDAY M1PN All mambara Intaiaaiad ba CVM ara r.prrull, a.kcd to alland W P HOYOf Crirkal nvvtiuo IT 4 II In REAL ESTATE Till RMOMM I %  t*na, *-, rt ,„, rna .ibo>a wm ba ,t tip fc, %  T r i ..d |i iHHrlanl Notice Gcnrrnl Hospital — Appoint iii'-ni of Supervisor, Main Kitchen Applications arc invited for the non-pensionable po*t or Supervisor. Main KHrhen. General Hospital, at a salnry of $480. tis injt by annual Increments of p4> to Wiz per annum. Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have ai tainetl a satisfactory standard of education, and houlri have had pVa'-ani' *ome experience in hinnekeepln. mouth, duties on a large scale in Urmi. ttrrrulr* S\\\r, modala In Mock A 1'VRNTS a, CO. LTD. iiitiT r.N HOULTRv rotlLTHY— • Young Naw %  ylhg Hem M n rch. ; ou doidin laaiihax. MISCELLANEOUS A\'M i DB*T % %  lh[>..lr h* I in.leoStkHaaj u. Applications on forms obtain able from the Secretary, General Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 25lh April. 19*1 17 4.51.—2n Observance of Ills Majesty's Blrthdfty His Majesty the King has up S roved the observance ol His Irthday in 1951 on Thursday. the 7th of June. 2 In accordance with the provisions of the Bank HoUdays Act, 1905. Thursday the ?th of June, •95!. will be a Bank Holiday 17.4.51 —In I la.t. AMM l-DFNT vad Amm-l-rvnl .. aim tha AnuiHMilum Inn atop looth dara> II la and ralraahlng lo thr ira now. frnm o4ar drua>"i %  or noaaor. *a. intar n*:,i „ BATHS — In Porcalaln rnnmri In Whlta. Oraan. Prlmroaa allh ,„.ui,i.in unita to complata colour auitaa. Toi •tad*. A. BiAWnS Co.. Ud. n i si t f. %  CUHTAIH rrTTINOa—For amart window atyiing. ught control. VaUncaa ann dr.pari ny Ktrach. DUI 44TS A. BAIINEB A CO. LTD. HI Si i I n CORRECTION Office Accommodation Temporary office accommodation (approximately 1,800 squarr feet) within oru* half mile radius of the Public Buildings. Is required, immedia'.ely. Io house a Government Organisation. Offers m writiniE should be submitted to the Financial Secretary. Public Buildings, not later than the 25th of April 17.4.51—In. "HOVTUB"! g, co LTD.. oEsTrrvEH niTl.trATotw s.-. model. |uii raca vrd A S Br*drt! Ai Sotu tSVdoti Lb PMonc 4S7J 18.4 11 Ifn 1-Af.NDPY STARCH: S B. Purr Cry* lal Laundr^ Starch 'Imported ifualitvi in ', It. Parkagr* Aik aa Whol.lrr Grocer. Shopkeeper IT 4.J1 —Sa HOU.-1'P DAYI.ITE VOVIE HCIUrXN B caae, good order. Fltt. City Phirmacv. HJM-lln. SAW 'UIARPFHER-Ona C.rcular harpanar and Guileter Suilabk JWI from 10to M Thl. ma Special Meeting o 1001 at S pm Tl matter to NOTICE i M i ii in 4 II-in NOTICE i MM ii or IT 11 < \ The Put or hul TreaiairCi** Ofnrr Lucy, will be op.ne.1 ,. fret Apiil Mt ItBl. ai KARntSONS .' TATION YARD. laouaJ h. O. I DCANt, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE I H --l! Spirit. Malt I |g I i boarded and ahinglad ahop attachcu i re.ldenc. rttuatad at Hall* \ illag-. V N B — Thia appllcatnn will be coniM ergd at a lareiuHng Court lo he held Polka Court. Dlat -E\ Htoletown. i Prldav tha JTth da nl April I Ml „i 1 O'clock. %  m. S H NtruB, Polire M.-giMiati Dirtrlct F Holeiow: OKI I:\T\I, SOUVENIRS. a rollartton of crockery. Dial 1001 MiRelh Beaumont' Hacllngi IT 4 M_tn 14JI I n VENETIAN BUNDS. Klrtch 8-jn-alr. %  II met.1 DeLuae VanatUn blinda, to ro-ii M*a dalrrapy S >Nki DUI 44TH S. BARNES Co. ltd. is a IIt f r. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE granted t.. Reginald Knlgl Lane. It Mtehaai. tor pru Hid lio.unr lieanae nt •. Sober • Lane. St Michael Dalad thli 13th da) nl A To E A McLCOD. Ej Police Magiitratr. put .ill., I i.r, (i..*J liu!" **•> id aM-lS A Saaude .at Si ian-e-. et..t An. Redoeed Iror-i 4IM m ClSW A Met %  cuag *<• R ant of W. i .u>d Baih.r.g. TB M^„ BJ .lt.-jii.~d (I. i 3.000 '. CI.TgO. A Cottage b Fonta r, and U| n K I A I Bad R t-TBiio.' Modern Conveniencaa, S M ln r Yard TWIOUNI ailh Stnna. Vfeg.'i itHueart Irsm CtMO t. tug ., T .. StStar Stonewall fl u ^ IU w ug! R,,,,,^.,,. • ''? '.'""I* 0*'4rt'.-y Area. Varaul H A P Main ltd. Good Condiho., tIKB A lmo.1 Now Small SMonew •)! R^*nre gt ItartlnSa Mom Rood Qgod Loeatloii Raduead from a'l.gMto tint Rock ley Main Rood Neai '*rly Anything fi, : ItS.1r Value* %  %  1 RaatMg, 1 M. i Call a .< %  .1 H i '.SI in %  u. aq ft ai Vent nor. Ro. Clob. Appis > %  i -J,, wr-*R .1 IT 4 1 i on m:> i ktiacnara rhafc -e M ceil. Saadavt I worda S eaala a u uwd Swada H a ceofa aad <^ar! V.Wr J* %  agvdg -rog j „„ , OP^^t, .,.„ roro Suoato*.!. HELP HAITI II MiI',... • VICTOR! \~ On the uaa-atde peai Worthing, pot Ofnce Me %  '-J ..in >ieol>"n" refnseratoi. Radio F.letlik-. i„in nesJroopii, Servant room and cargge lanoni :>uii aiso or sen vi.m.n 14 4 %  rrMBSSIfY—3rd A. laving S liedroom< f uai.able m,>neoaateU foi UM Bell.-, .'r • %  lapo and a hal, ning 4MI IT 4 11|g IIM 4 MIOVYI MOIIkVRN HH.II MHOSII new pupila. n *nHill ba. • • PILGRIM ROBBED ROME. AorU • Brazilian piignm Mrs. Al.it. Perreira rwpseted tpoiico la"! night that thieve loii i c(.ntninlng Jewellery worth iboiit SI 5.000 while hc w.i I Peter'!. Basilica yesterday a"" ,,,..-.— Revter. U.S. VUti Vi ill 9ta§a MsUioMvrea NORFOLK. Va.. April 16 Ships, riant* and nsbfnariaaM if HM United Stotes AtUnttiElect will engage bl i>' next month in the b> triangle termed by Norfolk. NYwfoundlant and Bermuda Fleet Headquarters said the manoeuvres ure designed *o polish • teni ol vuirtinn irerchnnt ship tonvoy protrtliot F.igbty ships will t;,k,' Mr, %  Hhf "i.mt*uvres which will bsilr on April 30 and run to May 17 Admiral W M Fethlt'lei Com mander-ln-Chlef of ine Atlanti. Flee! will be In command of manoeuvres.—(0.P.) aJ/iconKioiis After Accident ON Sunday night, a pedeMiUi iind the motor car A US. own*-: by R. A Lee. from Caura fJ4 St Andrew, and driver M Rauberi llenn from M*-lvm\ Bill, 81 Joseph, were involved in an ac cldent along Bellcplame I;.IMI The pedestrian was taken m uM General Hospital in so uncon NCIOUB state Two Seho-.l n„* I 16 Jo* 00 MIM/E1.LANEOUS ,N %  date T •f" Barbadd PTMiUaau t d make airangem. ba*ora ***** Itdg OUMHS I„ < t ratga. houo addret %  ber Tiill particuaari ale I ..ITen r.niiiii be r e.< Appt> n-.s B:I C O Aatvo. < % %  4 CANF.S BURNT SHORTLY after 3 am ntttl day six acres of ripe canes thr property „| Lasi dtswoyed bj nra si,u t D gen pi rtpa Mtias Usa proimtsi i-r Drai M.il: ri.iiitiiliiiu STSSS also ileiroywd by Era on Saturday night 11 %  CSSRH art insured l.i A CANE lire at Henley PI; RV St ceorge 0 n Saturday nigl nut eight acres of ISJCOI W canes Sfhlcn s-grg insured Nine acres ol thin) tSHRM "ere bunt when | Mn hi il out at the Blle P!.int;iii.ii s Mu-hael. on Suturday night Th cane* are the property oi C -\ 1-accellM and were insured. Another lire at Sturges Pwnta lion, St TnomH ;motor tour from Auckland to Wellington W. were MI lireil when we leluincil in Auckland 'hat most of \lv hoy* just fell into Md, U'Isaie Hie i/himii./ dot spriRgg at Rolorua. When I UMTS a'so entertained (>u a scries nf trarftiloiial .Maori dances As we gaied at the impressive awe—inspiring water ipout a' i John Warr. always thr comedian, remarked In an under tone. What a (.reel Tin BACK HOME I SOII sensed an unspoken reproach in slgwfkwieo was lost on the local the people I met. It WHI theft In thou ey Tnty thnURht "ntil we explained the cause ot I'd let En tt lanH down our amusement commentating on garnet, (hi I Keel Ell tha tour for a parted after t'"' 11 , t , return home. '* ****** lo the futurj I couldn't and wouldn't atten.pt nd the Testa against Beutl to hold an inques; >>n ft oUwr than wiUlngl) ,,f UM bianw In the It,,'. I inn t*U |M IlMU Hff MR ri 'i rt'ry hoppi/ side rfiroutihoni fie lour. /I tea* a pleuniire and a>i tm 'i> lltBW ti iktrPPtt (flee Freddie Weil, if they ui-e going I )udgSJ mo on Test averages slisn n An-tiali.i then UU| *t\ ighl I railed. Bui I wonder how ULIII: it'itlised that I ilnishei second in the tour 'trages. I got n long matches, that's all Tiitiinu Everything In' How did I feel about if U Australiii I must have btS I itterlj 'lisuppoinletl an< man In tha whole **orU irket I was pulling ., oll(| Hi* playing success l*l drawing Dothing out ,,' ,, .^ That is why 1 %£* faca .very. Before we salle.!. theie ,,-,, m,crlUcsawl mas ""' *h - S^J*,^ oinplete COnMeTWe I tii.^l -"d not iuite up I" thr Job Hou Ull I knew, .ill tin .v.. **reng Uiev were I l,. iiionir the Una No man i ov, r '"' '" %  moie popuiai efllcienl inn! 4 th.l IIIOI. Rat I |.miw tau thU. I'll uturout Uic-, nr untie*, ihisesson. I'm ronlnlenl l thai II II lien >u my pnw.r ami ability III make up (m th.n.* dlBBo-l lesl 1—iRgg "down under." The darndei I t. la that I cased lighting. I tried never Irittt bsfOVS lob Mi ni> tha % % %  %  gnat i li'-n't want lo ba optimistic, in have made me feel vet %  • liii ( i|)'. indeed. How dilTerent it was In th wiMn My luck wag right oui There was the constant tvggin, ledaj \ Ptote Of Bruss Starls Thr Hunt Tor PflvtCte Gold BvFRtDtRICKCOOK 'illII' HO'I-ro.M, New Jersey A hunt fr psrata gold is still g<> ,og mi around tfil* wind-swep r ,j agreementt between „!..>.. of ,. im9ta i tmvMblD, nesplle an officiITEM Canadian Healing Oil Asthma Powder (Kellogs Mother Greaves Worm Exterminator Mother Gresve* Worm Exterminator Dettol UNIT OF -SALE large 4-i7 bottle •-or ., Ifl-OJ „ per oi. MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE l..ppe, ihe AU tnllana toecd Freddie'* fighting, forceful cricket. I do ballave ihay wantfd him to pub it off jusl as much as we did. Brown went flown big with in. Austradlofu il .Pi". Parly Forget those storiex Kieeineti social junkeiuig.mil friction Never was there a happier parly I won't say that ws tlidn't act >>tr ' < .iHliHially between the heat, USHM. ling, and the injuries. But theie were tlwromponlating lightet momt'iib IT i.-i Hie look on John Warr's face as he wu> ItjUuduced I th.. t/ful now ''' ''harming young WOnUHl hat I h.iit lo ".'.T n h nrd day's play nt Sydney For swift ajelivericN and --jsv nuniruvcring in cifv and -uhurKin areas, ihi\ van i. uncxccUcd for the carrvinf of tnany types of nerdiandisc I: has ;:n all-steel body ;tii safety sliding door., jn.l pio\uU-s i\tclient sfsrhiurj tor Be driver. Ixxidiog '.p**v is ocaBUOnsI, no iis-. than 150 cubic feel I The low fuel toiisumin'on and negligible mamtcnancr costs ensure rcall;economical operation MORRIS COMMERCIAL l'OHT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phon* 4504 JgaV. SHIPPING NOTICES MONTREAL. AUSTRALIA, NEW \ ZEALAND LINK. LIMITED IMANZ. UBto. %  TUNflAHlRO Mllei .argo aeeaptad moment they may happan raa nn chea t s burtad hereabout by Captain Kidd nr some ol hi* men. All along lha New "ersey shore i %  | 'long undercurrent ol bur caneer legend runs through tin local folklore Along the 150 mlW of aan %  oast running from New York Maul t'. Cap! May arc many slui didn't tetcd loves where aHvatSSI i i for wirt-;l and walei m yeai howling gone by One ol the--, loesl I0g> i %  UmWe'd l*en n-duced bowlars Padaar. Bro Warr 'Oh. you'rs Mr W, fluttterad pffwiuiy, s> bowl today What s pit John, on his km.. some JO overs at 100 In the shade n y*. was Captain Kldd In 1941. aavetv-year-old Staple, mer was intensely Intereated In ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1951, No. 10 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday 16th April, 1961. 2. Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Bread-plain" and "Sug.ir" nre as sssKM J,V/-*V,V,*A'/-V/.VeV*V,V M/V LADY JOY Accepting CARGO and PASSENGERS for Si Lucia. HANSCHEXL. I.ARSKN & CO. LTD. **JV9t&A*XX#*?tt'S.*Ss's',',+*-. BREAD—plain SUGAR: — fa) Clear Straws which includes Searles Special and similar types tbj Grocery Yellow Crystal \ PKUAHItt ss AII OA pinNfrn CANADIAN SERVICE SOIIIHHOI Sli roi isr> %  I Jc.hn Warr must havd asna ;:ni!iiii Tail didn't made Tt I psitatji i *' • gosh, how they trie*! They wen| into nrrMhlnt M.ih \. < %  lid-. I'll spirit. TTu>> were owl al the nela prarltoinr. listening patirnll. In all our advice and put tReir heart* and tail. Into rrlekfS If they didn't come credit to them for the lon^ it. wtthouJ *how of daspondeno Wa knew nnd irmpatl Cramer was still lntere*ted %  Acrtull to bring it home to hirfatj bad forgotten all about it Cramer senior derided lo kOSp %  The boy took the plate I nuseum. where it ws pronouiucil The story got out an Stiip Bottom 'so called from U number of wrecks in th beetime famous t.r.l'l Am..I riurn laassfSani, .%•! Aniwero lSaa hoping to make a minor tour England one day. I was also whale's tooth attached of native rope This. I was a great honour iiui< will give the memento or FI IB IdSSfda At The Rail We new m from New Y/orh 9* BOA C. because tt see. %  %  right thing for a hOtnecon i:. %  • more humour for the ship's fancy oresThen the ( rowds startod the, bsll._ ,„ two days there wasn't vicinity Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED. Phone 1198 PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles products. Limited. Roseau. Dominie,, for sail big to Europe The usual per*, of call are Dublin, London. Of Roturdam. Singl* faro fc70: usual redu'tlons for ehildlOB. No lni|iiest • latiori forbidding member louring side frorr writ; Can yen im-triii.an>1i"i>' more ridieiiloulht, , !" ifre\ Evsna aa Carmen Msraad ie.hu Warr a *Oar g aaa<;us*i. regu. Skioper |


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% ' te ESTABLISHED 1895 >' U.\. RUN REDS FURTHER NORTH Make small gains on central front L.N. TROOPS ENTER HI Ml \III%HI( SHI" TOWN OF YANGGU TOKYO. April 16. I "1TED NATION'S TROOPS to-day followed < illlinusly on the heels oi retreatuu Communisti ttloi ol the ziczaKKini; batllofront In Korti Chines*' find NLrth Korwn units fought <;bym:i actlona of vrvinii intensity along the Western tod I fronts, but men of the Eighth Army under their new Commander. General ,'ames Van Flee'. tared limited advances. Their biggest gains were oi. • lb* East Central From, where ,-, , ^~. they entered Yangxu, 'ti mil.-, W/VinJ/\4^ if limt mm ol Kwachoo against pracUijUVICia \y 111 ally no resistance On the central (rail Australian] troops supported by I-ondnn %  units stormed with fixed bayonet* another of the lowering; hill-1 north of the 38th parallel Fighting seemed the sane everywhere and was of the' kind which has been going o;: for Several weeks The main body of Chinese yielded good defensive positions without n struggle Hehind them they leave small hut resolute bands who make the. ihe Soviet delegate the O rrost of the terrain m „... %  -en to uphold Mi'•: %  grim delaying actions veil's decision by eight b % %  >• %  • The bjtterne-is of this type of: w .th three abFlcntlons. ttghtlng was shown by the Mr> Roosevelt declined thai the h Army* estimate today | Ccmmlaslon was not f* Of Order i IKaflV v Al Mrs. Eleanor Roosevcl: ilrji lan of the 18-State United I Nations lliimun liirhi i'"i'UinI i n. today ruled out of ordtr the Soviet Resolution ied ii ouM Ing iiir ChlnaM Natter* I tentative When thr. was Chain nlsthat a tot-il of 2 300 Communist were killed or wounded in artio.i yesterday. Ch i n ese were lighting (he hardest todav in defence approaches to Kumhwa "pinnacle point" along the lateral Chorwon Hwachon supply road and t<> the ea*t in ihe vicinitv of Hwaehon ttasll ,., UFinwell ..repared bunkers bm-mn^np h nnd pillboxes. Chinese were riv-l !" !" "v. 1 ,.. 0 , Ing ground dearly, but front line R^" Mfl,ik „ of Lebanon reportsaid they were withdraw| M,l "' Hp "" organisation to make about a major pclile %  vhiih. in before Ihe next United Nation* Qeoeral Assembly. The Commission began its seventh session here to-day Mri Roi *veli raUrad from the hich she has held ..-,.. p ing.— Renter Tories Protest Argentine Maps LONDON, April 16. Conservatives protested in the Commons today that the Argentine Embussy in Louuu:. i im wi a bulletin with maps showing Falkland Islsnd Antarctic dependencies as Port Argentina. John Langford Holt who made :t protest, asked if the Foreign Office knew about this. Kenneth Younger. Minister of Stole, replied that il did. "Government has on a number of occasions formally protested to the Argentine Government against its infringement of British sovereignty in the Falkland Islands dependencies and has rebutted Argentina's claims lo sovereignly over any part of the British An. larctlc territory." he said "As was stated on April 4. Government will once more lodge a formal protest if the reported establishment of a new Argentine base in the dependencies is co: firmed." —Keuler. unanimously RetM Caaln of France and Madame Hanaa Mehta of Indiielected first nnd second Presidents of the Commission it-r. U.N.O. Get Pence Note gaaaaaaaaaaaa, IN KOREA LAKI BUI I na A|ir,l 16 The United Nations to-day resktaBBge (ran math Kan peace be re-established la K The sseatan aei eerj long and written in Russian It was ad Ideal of the ..metal* linmedl asets set lo week i i taaaalata and it to members. The work was expected to tab hours. The message was signed by Pak pnyeoj v. the Korean Peoplr'a Republic A United Nations official said it %  raj on the imeol Yaaifi hroadin thai broadcast Yang take i fo neni of the K n geara but ralti rah d Hi %  eelnai what wi tarvantion" in Korea -Reuter Oil Nationalisation Is Internal Affair Persia Tells Untain % LONDON, April 16 pERSIA has no intention of depriving Britain of oil by her decision to nationalise the oil industry or giving oil to uny other country Persian Ambassador in London Ali Soheily gave this assurance in London today. In an official statement which has the approval of the Persian Government, the Ambassador stated the Persian case in order to correct what he considers erroneous impressions of circum stances of the oil disput • and the nationalisation decision. Tin' Ambassador wanirrt lh.il .IIUI'Tt At. lie. 1 ,vl • t a< in%  rtunnca in P mlan ifl I "I i I rrsia. Safely Programme THE rol.lCH RAND an l.oard II M C 8 Macni ncpnl" Rebels Attack French Outpost HANOI, April 16. A Vietnamh rebel battalion lasi night "violently attacked" %  rench outpost 24 miles southwest if Hanoi. French Arm> Headquarters reported to-day. A lium. oi Waal African Senegalese, ami Vietnamese parUaana repulsed Lha ittacfc, Meanwhile 1-rench Union force; had engaged another battalia the Tongking Delta, bildgeheed about 155 mileMUttrwM 0 Hanoi. The battalion was be Ueved t'' be attempting io move rorth towards the French outpost ol BODU HI notthweat IbrujlutC country. Sonlu II about 110 mile* west or Hanoi anil 78 m 1 east of the provincial eupital Lalchau .ind wa earlier reported to be thrcatemti oy a COtTiblned force of CbJnaat and vietnamii : in'.. —BeLter ETHIOPIANS FOR KOREA LONDON, April 16. An Etli.Hipian contingent of l.lSS soldiers left AddLs Abba today A>r Korea, it was learned here The contingent is going by sc iv of Jibuti—Renter PETAIN RECOVERS LA ROCHELI-E. April 16 Ex-Marshal Philippe Petnin h completely recovered from lung congestion from which he was suffering last wn k hfl army doc tor said to^Jay. —Kruler Bevin W ill Be Buried Tomorrow LONDON. April 16 Private funeral se-rvti : it r Foreign Secrctai Bevin will be held on Wednesday .ii Qoldenirccn. Buburb "t London. Cremation will follow c nly members of lha family ol the vetersn I*tour I^rty LeadIT frtanoa and eloss associatewill attend ihe services Bavin died on Saturday at the "0. months after he realgl the Cabinet post he held since the laBbour (lovernnu | into power in 1U45. Id. death Stepped up an under ever tug oi war for power within the Labour Party, a fight that may hastcr. i peii era l flection Aligned on %  n Prime Minister AtUea .md Herbert Morrison. Bavin's successor as Foreign This pair. : %  %  and I0tett.ll wenable to wilht from the mate extreme party faction headed by Labour Mimsler Anaurln Bavan The latter faction is pressing for a quick and all out expansion of socialism In Britain The Altlec Bevin-Morrison group followed the moderate course of extendllgm by decrees Attlee and Bevin opposed an elect Ion i iring that Ihe people's rrhrplMunira at coal and meat shortages might cost them tho C.overnment. Bevan bowevei %  reported tn believe that a period out of OAM miniii rafti n % %  <4 renew rocV I'si real in the Labour Party _CP) Trinidad Sugar Up 37 Per Cent \'DON, April 17. HE I ATEST ol the Coli : %  porla publishe here to-day is on Trinidad anH Tobago, and shows hoe . n.. n tally and m almos gphere. Su^jii production In I^4M fAi instance, reached a recort of ISA i" %  rone, rtpreeentin at. incrcuse tik of i!46. %  kllo.stn,M ol thu (iidpui *ai ^_, __ |li4fjm Ions fti the United King* •Lillian Kcfutt's __ # i There win be interest her Allegations Hllssiuil Mini-li i A rrives In HIIII^OIHT RANGOON, April i I Uurma. Alexander Snvrhcv niled ii'io Rangoon dipiom iu meetetg him •" tin %  inehidea -i ell %  Hi.'"' Hi Ha Chi Ml j of the rclwl Virlnimh %  ti ,i.i in i ihi Chtoaai i'i mmunlat nn 11 i %  > Iii U i W< %  Indus were giving OVetyl oofcrlbuted nothing". I I ttet to the Times todav I . • Cubs rod Brit nd asks thatiinatural interest of the BriliMi in .!' 1 mil I', i'i them to ma tory to Cui;;i" Di Mendon nun' British paopte that i largetl nieai lha •rorld Hi %  %  %  I ihe war wl %  i %  %  ugar production Ht tin of this country at prices "far below ..... cured w %  met m i tei ol builne s' lit Mi ndega i n co ik to bet %  %  %  her pi rent to naaat tha needs of her I %  He ojuoti • 1 elTon .ir,. i ;iv> DAMASCUS. April 1 Syrian Premier Khald Azm %  ley today received Ministers of Britain, tha United Btatee, France. Russia, Yugoslavia, Brazil and Turkey, whose Cover| members of the Security Council. '.'!.' "j' " ( (..r.|i v —— Other Ar.ii. i;,Minments are adopting a similar procedure. AlMirOM' \t'\* Lsfitl (About eW.OOO ralcatine ieiu.' ** l r \" "*' u| tTnitiil Nations' relief until .hey ara raa a* Uad in i Vi ab tei rUM i. Amei ico has conitHiied $MMtn.(HKi to this woik Behigeaa' capital was ft JM ombicak Ol hOB t ll ltl ai In PaL tine 1 i vcrnmml — Itrut.r rarencei lo the new I rii ihe Caribbean ;>eveiii|iboUJa rod gls i making, and the small i ng Started for the export to Ihe i iM.ni.i. %  aiU %  %  i i i. it ROW found to contain Ingredlenti IM n n %  i lhtniin.ini Voice Tin rapo Ihgd the i is of a die ol 'iv i %  %  rapri %  ahcted bj uiTraga In a .,.!'. %  e Coui d and In nve Couru II wh providing t^:' Ihe co-operation of -init pa ra on* with valuabl Tlr*se i %  w I 1 1 lion to ponslblllty foi the tramof policy, it i'i' i % %  n.'i and ludietoua i-impromme ptween tl Icrli I .and I %  ;,. where!\ the liesl in may be i %  %  'New Approach DUflSSBLDt RP April IB, %  i. .... I I in the %  i urged thai tho law I than COOl U.S. JM PtflrtaK W ill Visit Spuin MADRID, April II %  m launder lei nghta liomuers will arrlvu in Spain tomorrow for a courts> visit of one week This will be %  %  metal visit io Spain al ha United Stataa Armj Ah Poree oiiowing recent bnproeeenenl In .panish %  American relat vill also be Spain's itri sight of %  hi Ihght. —Realrr Rubber PriceIs Too High \ LUMPUR, April II Mi %  ruebei i u coi ^ In fi .i thai the prewnl prlca i ordtng the atuv %  lha IfBllad \ • Ml.. | published to-day Tlny consider it almost as harm %  the mj of lha Induitn lie* prlci having brought inflation n BriliMh Imports Top FiXports Ity tw.oow.ww LONDON April II balance ol u riorated gravely last month, ae cording local publishe i %  Intporti %  • lading •! orti hj ttf*i.iM.i „. MI tha Brat quartet i tSn,OOa\000. In I05e %  | i i.n %  Ida i CMl.O00.OO0 Tin ngure wa> liW.O0O.0tm above the IflMl mnnthb average. After glaawlng (Or n I Mjl..| Is IK 111' 1 11 I l I'.ll' ui .tin %  oaccoded linling fratghl Mtd in urance) .by coo.oooj 0 Lilian I id' | Wilson b Id the Comm* I that In view of the ver %  i Irani' in i quarter of Hritaln shoul<| InhMHIf) hi Iriva partlculai :> I i n 1 the ilei %  He itn "unparaUaled Lnd %  I • in. did not get nton 11 il partk ni.'ii'. nilphui —lieu I < r, %  ih ing up K.i.i.r PARS A %  Observers here do not enchtdo i %  ipproaili I '• %  •!!' talks toj morrow afierin/. without meeting*. SINCFRm IVASHING %  whon. ;iimn oni %  I laynes Wins Bye Election In St. Andrew % % % % % %  i %  when !*MSi A % %  Ii i -\ I lei i. %  I %  : .i ,i thai HJ %  i :I5 wem %  '' I 11 .... \IMIII ^ usoelavla Goto I^IIIHIS From L.S. WASHIN'tiTON. April l I'i. .ui.-it Tniman noltiled Con ifl ess loda^ hfl hud at>thorl %  %  —Renter Soheik .i nl nis isoveininenl %  II lit lap should ,• to im i 11 atatlve ol lain .ire un 041 refiner] sroriketi began io nil back lo work to-du %  ....ui I CM Who i.'niiie.i io ihe Ai.%  ii gnan Ccenptuir* rer a n ary i and MI plckati them All 30 Amei %  ii ti aau> 1 : i ft. The countrj i Ibiftt] of rinding foreign iioo|m en I ii i thai %  British fore i ughi i ring i I., the ii' ". lllnfcHaff llussaln Ala wai ,e himwlf give:! %  %  %  rhu morniTti (Uppei Houa onfldaru i In him ami %  T manl i., ,, nun n\ \im. MI ri had bw n iii.ung t<>< lit i t day to ."ii'iilT Ihe silua%  i .ii in Abadan %  Iranian refinery was ftrtuaU) elorad down T ode) i ng loaded from %  inkfl In |K>rt.—Reuter Sim Barn.it Chi.f ; RBO, It.ily. April lfl. % %  ., i in. i lleulenml and moat unportaai ol Bh i' v '* ,i laintad in court lhal he ihol th< %  I ':l"tv Ciiulian '. July, lin.iel .i lent with itu' %  n Hi me al flarlo Bcelna the aaRelal %  i... .. %  ttfa ti. ii hoi iiuri b) peUo i %  %  %  o ul HI at yaag -Itewtee. TFI.I. THE AUVOCATR | Till. NEWS DAY nil NIGHT DIAL 3113 The three W< lives are expected to have tie'"' then the latt I r Krater. thur. —Itealrr. %  %  %  %  Irea i i Locusts IniHule Troubteil Persut : HlKKAN. April II An American Ra ym a Btai can mallei planes. 1H i>| i I .. and tl me U no of laaacin unlay to help tight ., %  .... fan % %  i %  %  H aaui a) the rei .,,IL f.dvernment i mlttat. ore i irerafl • v % %  %  %  long • drcn uv A •.* %  < broadcasts will A Wh.'t %  %  appoinlrncf.*. —Heater. FRY'S COCOA Leads in Quality



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I'.VGE TWO (faJiib (faUinq t UAKI.AOOS ADVCK.m: rUESDAY, APRIL IT. IMI. MOIRA SHEARER'S NEWEST HAS £8, 700 SEND-OFF AN M R BILL U1CKSON who is with Barclays Unnk in Antigua has arrived here ti. ^x-iin couple <>f weeks holutav uith hit friends the Alan Kings. . Mr Wilfred Woodhouse. Building Development Adviser to CD. and W. hat returned from his week's visit to Antigua. Mr. and Mrs. Donald M Kirkuatrlck arc spending a week at the Oeeun View Hotel before returning ty the wmp plane wer<* aWI hlcnore Garlleld of Connecticut and Mrs. Jervls Murray of New York. Bark From Jamaica M R. and Mrs. Michael Greavc* of "Belmunt", St. John who liad been spending o holiday in Jamaica are now hack home coming in on the same plane were Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dykes who flew down from England via Jamaica. Mr. Dykes Is B.O A.C's Chief Development Engineer In London. They are staying at the Prmlii** Be.ich Club. Visiting Sifter C OME to visit her sister Mrs. R. G. Mainer in Mrs. Beatrice A. Durham of Dallas. Texas. Here an*t as, the Li staying il the St. Lawrence Hotel St. KitU Wedding M iss Qlfcftj DrtVi.v ii^ugntci .1 i tne St. Rrtti B|]| married ./ I liurch in Ilassutem 00 Sumliiv to Dr. Charles Vaugiuin KI r a n-ceptioii was held at tne home of tne Brides father. Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan !• i fame day for Antigua where Iho honeymoon is being apt Leach Hotel. li.li-l.ii, %  A LARGE numb.. denti antertataed the officers Ol H M C N Magnllleenl and M M C S Mlmu. Dun tton ow i tin Amongst them were Mr and Mi %  Danny'' Feagan to dim • delightful drive nr> weekend She is a T C A. airline itawardaaa, Bertie e Sitter M RS WINIF.r.lJ CHAKLKS, i l l> Refloat Clwirles 11 Trinidad, will attend a cour_ lp Rural leadership and Extension %  i'h opens in Trinidad oft fa narlee, WHO K now living il Trinidad, I* the daughter of Mr. and Mrt Charles Clarke o'r Palm %  slings, and a sister of in Battle Clarke. She i being sent to attend the I the Ariin-i Community %  ii % %  TI,I. r The tOUTM has been 01 ranged by Ihe West Indian University's Extra Mural DtP MUn tnl and ttic British Council Talking Point i AM nrry i have not laarnl t<> play at raids. It Is very useful In lit< II ganeratM kindness and %  —Samuel Johnson From AKTHt'R JACOBS NEW YORK. FOR the Brat time New York* lately Metropolitan Opera Hou->cam< g cinema retvntlv "Tl •• Tales of Hoffpiann." tha tilm starring redI Wells ballonrid Mon.i S),M[M bad r gala pteanlsri !!, %  ,! (r.-v Equipment worth mon £ 10.000 was installed in tha Wt>' for tha shew iieh raised snout 0,700 Nearly 8,000 j>eOr>le were th* e. n iu^ig Ludmillu Teh.!. 11 .na star r the film. I'm I t-*i was ro.piodur<-< F.mcric Pressb'irgrr. He v. denim if the film will make th<•uple appeal to film. billet, and opera enthusiasts. That would lxa tale almost as m* vacant and fascinating as any of Hoffmann's. The Verdlcl? The New York critics' verduon lloffmi. in, based on Offenbai %  opera, will not be out tul Thursday, Than the eommerr:! th* 11m begins. %  Hot! S'loes," Molra Shearer's only previous film, netted more money In the United States than gay other British film. The producers have staked heavily on Shearer Leomde Masslne. Robert Helpmann, ..qd Ludmillu Tcherlna, the ballet stars of this film and also of "Red Shoes". Hoffmann is a poet, and his stories ore of his three formei loves Olympia, the doll. GiulieMa. the courtesan, and An ton la, *he singer. All their qualities era nnv united for Mm in IIIR present 1< a Stella Two Roles Shearer dancea Uic roleof Stella and Olympia mouthing Olyrnpia's music while the Ifritish soprano Dorothy Bond agui with the miming of the stv> four ydj;.!" Hoffmann, himself, is acted .ml sung I*America's .12-vcar.<>ld Robert Roundevllle. It Is his (list film. I have seen him in this role on the stage in New York. H< good. The singers with the Rov.,t Philharmonic Orchestra undei Sir Thomas Beecham, recorded all the music before filming —L.F. 8 -and ih NI II ill ss Ml ihe premiere w*i worn li ihe ew-%lar faerwelf . %  the lit'iiitlifiil Tihrrimi JANETTA DRESS SHOP t s-UIrs over NKWSAM — Lower Broad Street—Tel. *6JU .X+$r -1 rri r I* iMxirssivi corioNs uw BI *< 11 WEAK AvTEKNOON IlRESSfS Alsa ArTEKNOON DRESSES In Larger *!taes Beautiful COCKTAIL IIA\'DBA(1S HOURS—MomU.s' lo Mdi ys H :i I Saturday Moiiung 8 30 lo 11.SO NOTE :—V>> a* not Cl WIIITII:Y ana i... n.i' cono\-i A 1'MVFRSAI. I'HTURC Thl. PI. .ill U .1 .*.*UI 1-w.t.i I. U* rnassfl '••'• %  • PLAZA Thei-lre-firidgetownfD'At 23/OJ i.. "HMtl I MITlIU' DANOER LIVES" Kith UOMMIt.l'V winriHi 'loans WED and THURS. .only *M a l P n. HKO Rain>-< Thrlllina Un-ibh%  xsr LIVH-T*' .(h F>ank Sinatra and Paffain and HI! 'I'llunuIM-r, rrancM iBe-, i ShfP-id GUN SMUGGLERS UNDER THE TONTO RIM PLAZA D,AL OISIIV 8404 Si TIUHS 1 a SM I IRKOI "itn Handnlph s utsHio aAioias I.AIII V (THE GARD6N1 Si. JagkM I.IIIM. I'l M I Dtaii poii aad HARK rASSAOf UIII pl irri II--..IWtTJ \ Tunis IM> p." latuaaiiaii <.INTLSMAS IOS rALOOHA wi|h liin Ertol ana HShadaw la • %  TMK MISSING I-ADY" with Karw Richmood Bndirr alitlrred *llh rr>labk Ihr tfciri -.. <-atere4 with pl-iU.l ILi.ini. 1 rills ol Ohllr .irjiw.i. (J, Ii frill lipurd *ith 1ha(^^ p. Ul HIT .ii-.nri and earring* arr diamond*, her UM> s white mink London Express Semot .111% i:vn HKS or IIIM BY THE WAY... B Y some trifling error, by a miscalculate %  almost laugh ably trivial ag u ist the golden background of a ularned economy Norway is sending ba^ 'o us *hc consignment of tins i it. by mistake to Rraf.il. where ihey were not wanted. They .v Iptandad (or Ca a ch o Slovakia, where thry Mf| to Bfl ill led with frui.cn seuweed sans ages at 10s a pound The tin.* will nuw t>c redirected to Portugal in the hope that they will be title.; with eggs imported from Turkey, to be sent back to us via Holland In exchange for the aluminium we sold by misluki' to the ih.'.i h llrn liuin, in Ihv Dock B EN BOTTLE, the sailor, entered the witness-box with wide grin on his brown lace. A vote at the bock ol tincom shouted. "Wotcher, mate'" To which Ben replied chearllj "Thai's Tom Hunter or I'll be mchted in brtoeP "That will do for the present." said Cockle .., % %  ..' %  .. -: ,.!> %  %  I i-• %  inc en.'ued: — Ben: I was only exchanging signaU with a bloke that sailed with mc In the Venus Caeklrcarrot: We are not here i. thiit sort of thing. Ben: .V-,-. jvc .,yc. -ily). C'orklrrarrst: We ore not nbonra P Best: That's a fact, your orship. But I'm in dock a, bal rekieearr*l: Mr. Rotlle. I .ust Mrarn you that-— Ben: A nod fam a blind boTH i • as good as a kick from a ifid mule, your honour (/fonl, ..( mirth froin the public l rscklecarrM -BAQ on wha automatic radio control is the latest aid to i;..if. i i:. f BM Is a picture of ;. o it, •' as to conser\'c nil hh Mrarujth fa bli i % %  beUevg ttlinbledon i Kpertmenl ing with a rorilo-contiI ket to hold rtnnli players' rackets in bclwtvn giiine.<. Htmml ihe Theatre* 1 ADY CAggJTANLElGH whi %  gave %  roi Lbc Hurnwse sage Qidal DWgl when he was 0VC1 trying t< ( parauada the Uttja MoiguiTheatre In Abercrnmble Mews to produce, for OfM njght. Ok, the vei Eskimo poet Runamok Mr I I %  dlroota ni the ii. %  the problem of llghUn play takes putc* during a long Arctic night, and the < are invisible. Mr, Who produced ihe By BEACHCOMBER morality, ScJWcat, ho luen cnllefi in. /'iiilpiev •'/ alway* ihoughi a :cbra n*o* hlack and pellotr." Chorus ol %  houu of "Hot" in u-Pii'ii aeverel MsfMMM joined. . "Von are iMsUrlag of .ictisps." sold Lord Rcodiag. (Keporl of ra*iwTassiinn m House H I.oicl^ CHOSSWORC !? II B.B.C. Radio Programme f 3t a in rnrrva* rnmrll. T.aa a.m. Th. r>. T 10 a m N#w> AnalyiH, T.|S %  m rrOBI Th* Lliloiltl. 7l3|m prosnuatM I'arad*. 7 3* a m rir,.-.,.u, t|*aHi. 7 45 ,i %  „ Pavilion PW>.r., BOO a m Do You Brr*mbi>r* II 15 a m HUUC ri.mi Tne nim.. S SO a.m. Think *>n Tlurae Thlnan. s tit a m tetter Prom {Wrira. 0 00 am. Th# New*, 9.10 m rnxn li.iiain. • IS am Clow I'M Prasj IVlT.I i 11 l l-ia. 11 ._„„. Britain. IT 00 BOH T>' ( m Niw> An.lv.I, I} ij I B.B*. — 19.10 | md m daw rat. P %  in me ntr I-I upon ii(4.1 n.. MelH i i tai io nu> in17. AII tne nmture la deag IW T-iKfii fruui % %  i 90. Corrodr. iai Jl. nil* mm In poaooaaicni %  IQI n. Thai *"•*! ihighi. ti in Anairalla. iai •a No do.-v mxr* gggi airfon. u • llim n J tnirr? or u>r otu-rn in Mrs adklc# tu Dnvld (1| 3. fjtsoa WHO ** lor %  tramp p.rt I -Iii!f | ur s rp.l I •i Imply a neaamr•!. n mr, ** i;niw (S 14. SUIT. B Orokrn | 15. Such an arfldnn 17. To nae oi tn. •rfunraoo* mja' liava n AC-LIB-. |4| IB. Ltint mrM Hi • •aSSl'SS.**-**JHf•? %  *•".• Dlt %  e*'*!! i '3K la •? ig % % %  %  Junior Short Story Competition The Fvenlnr Advocate invlies all children under 12 to entei ft*. Its Junior Shorr Story COnpotlUon, The best story will be published I very Monday n The Cvealng Advoeala. and the winner will receive a prise to the value of 7/6 in either books or stationery. The stories cm be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 30C wurds in length, and must reach The Children* Fdltor. The Advoc.U ('• Ltd.. City not later than Wednesday everv week. NOTE : Stories must not b* copied. Send this coupon with your story. JUNIOR Mltm I" STORT COMPETrTfON Nasae \ Ago School Form %  %  K a>aa % % % %  CHECK TAFFETA 36" $1.85 LOCKNIT WHITE and PASTELS $132 GUEST TOWELS PURE LINEN COLOURS 99y WHITE 88^ MORCAIN CREPE 36 $1.71 EVMS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 YOUR SH0F STORE DIAL 4220 Souvenir* nf Muaic. SMnm ri^.H. 00 pm "rt^.V Vtawuae. SIS t> m WHih Maiarlnr. 0.'. om p,,.. araM.in* J-ar-dr T.a %  Niohi. i *a Thr N*w.. 710 p.m. N.' 1II III Wf.1 Indian G.i > in Ornriallv flpraklna : ii— II ai M.M m .. ,!.•, ,,'J!*.^ % "• dlj N#WKf#fI. S IS II m *!• IMP t nitiini.NH'falih. B IS n m Camu\7' "'-';' "'•• %  i "• P " Ri-p.n tmn. Th. Mlt m .|.. I0ll„„in„ T hHAIR I HAIR! LONDON. A top ladies' hairdresser says that long hair for women is dead and will stay dead. William afcGtll, Master of the Incorporated Guild of Hairdressers, Wigmakers and Perfumers, explained that long hair "can never be dressed to a woman's advantage. It is Impossible to give it the variety of movement and adaptability of short hair." McGlll added that too many women ruined their mnke-up by forgetting their hair. A woman's personality can change completely with a new hair style." he declared. MeCill said that "the sloppy Woman is a menace, lowering standards wherever she goes. A Udy housewife—with tidy hair— will have a tidy home." —INS Uiilp llnr*#. I0U it i" rUval In Br.ialn. II 00 pm BBC Opara rrth*>!ia rnr pitnr.HAMMr TUCSDAV, APRIL 17. 1SS1 10.00 pm 1011 p.m. Maw. and I .. %  ii..rnijr>. 10 lb a.m. — ISM p.m. Ciinhbraii rorn*r To-day Mt 8.30 p.m. I.asl Shows Hni bar.. W.'ndcl Waller STANWYCK COREY HOUSTON "THE lllllis TO-MORROH. .-..Itn A 8.30 V M In ths war-torn J ALANLflDD M CAPTAIN CAREY, * U.5.A. * WANOA HENORIX BARBADOS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT Ml II VS PARK SATURDAY. 2IST APRIL. 1951 From I—• n m 4. The Public are Invited to exhibit ; 1. Grasjglag plants in Tubs or Pols 2. r'lriwrrlne Plants Orrhids in Blnnni Can riuwers S. Vegrtahles and Fruit Good Money Prises Awarded %  Bjaggal rrttr of SS.aO will b awarded for Floral Decoration of a l inn li Tahlr \ Sprrlal Trie of SS 00 will be awarded for the Bert Collection of \ ...i.l.l,. rvhlBlted bj a school. for all information apply to: Till SECRETARY at WILKINSON A HAYNCS CO., LTD. OFFICE Mgaajagasj : Adults 3Hc.. Children under lt years IBe.. FlemrnUn School Children If*. I >II'IIU Today 4.45 A S 30 p m siul eonllnulns Columbia Pictures PresenM •GIRL OF THE YEAR" Starring .... Robert CUMMINGS Joan CAULFIELD with Elsa LANCHESTER HOW Today A Tomorrou !.!• It 8 IS pm. Republic Whole Serial •PERILS Of NVOKA" Starring Clayton MOORE and Kay ALORIDGE Opening Friday 20th •• TUL VOU1SGEK BKOTUERS IIOYAI IJ.I Two Mhou. Tod.y 1.3a lit am Universal Pnuble— J.Jin 1IAI.L anil Maria MONTEZ in . •• THE COBRA BIMMH AND %  T EHPTATIOy with Merle OBERON and Gome URENT OLYMPIC Today A Tomorrow 4.30 & 8 IS pm. Warner Bn Dig Doubu*^ Robert CUMMINGS in KING'S ROM AND ** PURSUED with Robert MITCHUM We are fully stocked wilh GARDEN REQUISITES Hose—l. in., •' %  In., 3 4 in. Nozzles Sprinklers Hand Forks Rakes Secateurs Shears Hand sprayen Garden Manure Flower Pots THE BARBADOS tO-OPERATIVE MM TON FACTORY LTD. iir,;'-JK--5K^^ !• %  otlnr El'ERYTHMXU FOR row HOOF At PrlfM that cannot be repeated GALVANIZE SHEETS—611., 711.. all. til. 10 (I. ALUMINUM SHEETS — Ml.. JCl.. Ml.. Ml., lull.. Illl., 12(1 EVERITE SHEETS—Ml.. 7ft.. Ml.. Ml.. IMI. ALUMINUM GUTTERING RED CEDAR SHINGLES RUBEROID MINERAL SURFACED RFING Ml. Wide Riff \tnr f B—H Xnu-l PLANTATIONS LIMITED X BSK M. u i: imwc i:*i I


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Tuesday, April 17, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
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U.\. RUN REDS FURTHER NORTH
Make small gains on central front
L.N. TROOPS ENTER
HI Ml \III%HI( SHI"
TOWN OF YANGGU
TOKYO. April 16.
I "1TED NATION'S TROOPS to-day followed < ill-
linusly on the heels oi retreatuu Communisti ttloi
ol the ziczaKKini; batllofront In Korti
Chines*' find NLrth Korwn units fought <;bym:i
actlona of vrvinii intensity along the Western tod I
fronts, but men of the Eighth Army under their new Com-
mander. General ,'ames Van Flee'. tared limited
advances.
Their biggest gains were oi.--------------------------------------------------
lb* East Central From, where ,-, , ^~.
they entered Yangxu, 'ti mil.-, W/VinJ/\4^ if limt
mm ol Kwachoo against pracU- ijUVICia \y111
ally no resistance
On the central (rail Australian]
troops supported by I-ondnn
units stormed with fixed bayonet*
another of the lowering; hill-1
north of the 38th parallel
Fighting seemed the sane
everywhere and was of the'
kind which has been going o;:
for Several weeks
The main body of Chinese
yielded good defensive positions
without n struggle
Hehind them they leave small
hut resolute bands who make the. ihe Soviet delegate the O
rrost of the terrain m ... -en to uphold Mi- ':.....-
grim delaying actions veil's decision by eight b >
The bjtterne-is of this type of:w.th three abFlcntlons.
ttghtlng was shown by the Mr>. Roosevelt declined thai the
h Army* estimate today | Ccmmlaslon was not f*
Of Order
i IKaflV v Al
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevcl: ilrji
lan of the 18-State United
I Nations lliimun liirhi i'"i'Uin-
i i n. today ruled out of ordtr the
Soviet Resolution .....ied ii ouM
Ing iiir ChlnaM Natter*
I tentative
When thr. was Chain
nls-
that a tot-il of 2 300 Communist
were killed or wounded in artio.i
yesterday.
Chinese were lighting (he hard-
est todav in defence approaches
to Kumhwa "pinnacle point"
along the lateral Chorwon Hwa-
chon supply road and t<> the ea*t
in ihe vicinitv of Hwaehon ttasll ,.,
UFin- well ..repared bunkers bm-mn^np h
nnd pillboxes. Chinese were riv-l", "v.1,..-"0, ,
Ing ground dearly, but front line R^" Mfl,ikof Lebanon
report- said they were withdraw- | M,l"' Hp ""
organisation to make
about a major pclile
vhiih. in
before Ihe next United Nation*
Qeoeral Assembly.
The Commission began its sev-
enth session here to-day
Mri Roi *veli raUrad from the
hich she has held
..-,.. p
ing. Renter
Tories Protest
Argentine Maps
LONDON, April 16.
Conservatives protested in the
Commons today that the Argen-
tine Embussy in Louuu:. iimwi a
bulletin with maps showing Falk-
land Islsnd Antarctic dependencies
as Port Argentina.
John Langford Holt who made
:t protest, asked if the Foreign
Office knew about this. Kenneth
Younger. Minister of Stole, re-
plied that il did.
"Government has on a number
of occasions formally protested to
the Argentine Government against
its infringement of British sov-
ereignty in the Falkland Islands
dependencies and has rebutted
Argentina's claims lo sovereignly
over any part of the British An.
larctlc territory." he said
"As was stated on April 4. Gov-
ernment will once more lodge a
formal protest if the reported
establishment of a new Argentine
base in the dependencies is co:
firmed."
Keuler.
unanimously
RetM Caaln of France and
Madame Hanaa Mehta of Indii-
elected first nnd second
Presidents of the Commission
it-r.
U.N.O. Get
Pence Note
gaaaaaaaaaaaa,
IN KOREA
LAKI BUI I na A|ir,l 16
The United Nations to-day re-
sktaBBge (ran math
Kan
peace be re-established la K .
The sseatan aei eerj long and
written in Russian It was ad
Ideal of the
..metal* linmedl
asets set lo week i i taaaalata and
it to members. The
work was expected to tab
hours.
The message was signed by Pak
pnyeoj v.
the Korean Peoplr'a Republic
A United Nations official said it
raj on the ime- ol Yaaifi hroad-
in thai
broadcast Yang take i fo
neni of the k n
geara but ralti rah d Hi
eelnai what wi
tarvantion" in Korea
-Reuter
Oil Nationalisation
Is Internal Affair
Persia Tells Untain %
LONDON, April 16
pERSIA has no intention of depriving Britain
of oil by her decision to nationalise the oil
industry or giving oil to uny other country
Persian Ambassador in London Ali Soheily gave
this assurance in London today.
In an official statement which has the approval
of the Persian Government, the Ambassador
stated the Persian case in order to correct what
he considers erroneous impressions of circum
stances of the oil disput and the nationalisation
decision.
Tin' Ambassador wanirrt lh.il
.IIUI'Tt At.
lie. 1 ,vl
t a< in-
. rtunnca in Pmlan ifl
I "I i I rrsia.
Safely
Programme
THE rol.lCH RAND an l.oard II M C 8 Macni ncpnl"

Rebels Attack
French Outpost
HANOI, April 16.
A Vietnamh rebel battalion lasi
night "violently attacked" *
rench outpost 24 miles southwest
if Hanoi. French Arm> Head-
quarters reported to-day.
a lium- oi Waal African
Senegalese, ami Vietnamese par-
Uaana repulsed Lha ittacfc, Mean-
while 1-rench Union force; had
engaged another battalia
the Tongking Delta, bildgeheed
about 155 mile- MUttrwM 0
Hanoi. The battalion was be
Ueved t'' be attempting io move
rorth towards the French outpost
ol bodU hi notthweat IbrujlutC
country. Sonlu II about 110 mile*
west or Hanoi anil 78 m1
east of the provincial eupital
Lalchau .ind wa earlier reported
to be thrcatemti oy a COtTiblned
force of CbJnaat and vietnamii
: in'..
BeLter
ETHIOPIANS
FOR KOREA
LONDON, April 16.
An Etli.Hipian contingent of l.lSS
soldiers left AddLs Abba today
A>r Korea, it was learned here
The contingent is going by sc iv
of JibutiRenter
PETAIN RECOVERS
LA ROCHELI-E. April 16
Ex-Marshal Philippe Petnin h
completely recovered from lung
congestion from which he was
suffering last wn k hfl army doc
tor said to^Jay.
Kruler
Bevin W ill
Be Buried
Tomorrow
LONDON. April 16
Private funeral se-rvti
: it r Foreign Secrctai
Bevin will be held on Wednes-
day .ii Qoldenirccn. Buburb "t
London. Cremation will follow
c nly members of lha family ol
the vetersn I*tour I^rty Lead-
it frtanoa and eloss associate-
will attend ihe services Bavin
died on Saturday at the
"0. months after he realgl
the Cabinet post he held since
the laBbour (lovernnu |
into power in 1U45. Id. death
Stepped up an under ever tug oi
war for power within the Labour
Party, a fight that may hastcr.
i peiieral flection Aligned on
n Prime Minister
AtUea .md Herbert Morrison.
Bavin's successor as Foreign
This pair. :!

and I0tett.ll wen- able to wilh-
t
from the mate extreme party
faction headed by Labour Mims-
ler Anaurln Bavan The latter
faction is pressing for a quick
and all out expansion of social-
ism In Britain The Altlec
Bevin-Morrison group followed
the moderate course of extend-
llgm by decrees Attlee
and Bevin opposed an elect Ion
i iring that Ihe people's
rrhrplMunira at coal and meat
shortages might cost them tho
C.overnment. Bevan bowevei
reported tn believe that a period
out of oAm miniii rafti n <4
renew rocV I'si real in the Labour
Party _CP)
Trinidad Sugar
Up 37 Per Cent
\'DON, April 17.
! HE I ATEST ol the Coli : porla publishe
here to-day is on Trinidad anH Tobago, and shows hoe
! n.. n tally and m almos
gphere.
Su^jii production In i^4m fAi instance, reached a recort
of ISA i" " rone, rtpreeentin at. incrcuse per cent more than ihe production for 11141". ani. 4,56*
tone more than Ihe pre-war i>tik of i!46.
kllo.stn,M ol thu (iidpui *ai
^_, __ |li4fjm Ions fti the United King*
Lillian Kcfutt's
- __ # i There win be interest her
Allegations
Hllssiuil Mini-li i
A rrives In Hiiii^oiht
RANGOON, April i
I
Uurma. Alexander Snvrhcv niled
ii'io Rangoon
dipiom iu meetetg him " tin
inehidea -i ell
Hi.'"' Hi Ha Chi Ml j
of the rclwl Virlnimh
ti ,i.i in i ihi Chtoaai
i'i mmunlat nn 11 i >i recently posted hei Amiuuuudor in
-Reelrr,
BDUOMTON
The
gramme heir inch*
kt irtai

complete with traffic hunts.

propei i
i i instruction in the
IV V )
I IKS I l\ TIIK MUM
Syrian Premier
Sees Ministers
LONDON. April 16
Di Roberto Mend'.. Cuba)
,. ,. -
Uued newspaper allcR.it
vjule lha ptopla >ii U i W<
Indus were giving OVetyl
oofcrlbuted
nothing".
I I ttet to the Times todav
I ,
Cubs rod Brit......nd asks tha- tii-
natural interest of the BriliMi in
.!' 1 mil I', i'i
them to ma
tory to Cui;;i"
Di Mendon nun'
British paopte that i
largetl nieai
lha rorld Hi I
ihe war wl
i
ugar production Ht tin -
of this country at prices "far below
..... .
cured w met m i tei ol
builne s'
lit Mi ndega i
n co ik to bet

her pi
rent to naaat tha needs of her
I .
He ojuoti
1
elTon .ir,.i ;iv>
DAMASCUS. April 1
Syrian Premier Khald Azm
ley today received Ministers of
Britain, tha United Btatee, France.
Russia, Yugoslavia, Brazil and
Turkey, whose Cover- |
members of the Security Council. '.'!.'"j' " ((..r.|iv .

Other Ar.ii. i;,Minments are
adopting a similar procedure. AlMirOM' \t'\* Lsfitl
(About eW.OOO ralcatine ieiu.' ** lr\" "*' '
. u| tTnitiil Nations'
relief until .hey ara raaa*Uad in
i Vi ab tei rUM i. Amei ico has con-
itHiied $MMtn.(HKi to this woik
Behigeaa' capital was ft
JM ombicak Ol hOBtllltlai In PaL
tine 1 i vcrnmml
Itrut.r
rarencei lo the new I
rii ihe Caribbean ;>eveiii|i-
boUJa rod gls i
making, and the small i
ng Started for the export to Ihe
i iM.ni.i. aiU

i i i. it row found
to contain Ingredlenti Im n
n i
lhtniin.ini Voice
Tin rapo Ihgd the
i is of a
'
die ol 'iv
i
! rapri
ahcted bj
uiTraga In a
.,.!'. e Coui d and In
nve Couru II wh
providing t^:' Ihe co-operation of
-init paraon* with valuabl
. ,
Tlr*se i w I 1 1
lion to
ponslblllty foi the tram-
of policy, it
i'i' i
n.'i and ludietoua i-impromme
* ptween tl Icrli I......- and
I
. ;,. where!\ the liesl in
may be
i

'New Approach "
DUflSSBLDt RP April IB,
i.
....
I
I
in the
. i
urged thai tho law I
than COOl
U.S. JM PtflrtaK
W ill Visit Spuin
MADRID, April II
m launder lei
nghta liomuers will arrlvu in
Spain tomorrow for a courts>
visit of one week This will be
metal visit io Spain al
ha United Stataa Armj Ah Poree
oiiowing recent bnproeeenenl In
.panish American relat
vill also be Spain's itri sight of
" hi Ihght.
Realrr
Rubber Price-
Is Too High
\ LUMPUR, April II .
Mi ruebei i......u coi ^ In
fi .i thai the prewnl prlca
. i ordtng
the atuv lha IfBllad
\ Ml.. |
published to-day
Tlny consider it almost as harm
the mj of lha Induitn
lie* prlci
having brought inflation n
BriliMh Imports
Top FiXports
Ity tw.oow.ww
LONDON April II
balance ol u
riorated gravely last month, ae
cording local publishe i

Intporti lading ! orti
hj ttf*i.iM.i....... . mi
tha Brat quartet
i tSn,OOa\000. In I05e
| i
i.n .
Ida i
CMl.O00.OO0 Tin ngure wa>
liW.O0O.0tm above the IflMl mnnthb
average.
After glaawlng (Or n
I Mjl..| Is IK 111' 1 11 I l I'.ll'
ui .tin oaccoded
linling fratghl Mtd in urance) .by
coo.oooj 0
Lilian I id'
| Wilson b Id the Comm*
I that In view of the ver
i Irani' in
i quarter of "
Hritaln shoul<| InhMHIf) hi
Iriva partlculai :> I i n
1 the ilei

He itn
"unparaUaled Lnd
I in. did not get nton 11
il partk ni.'ii'. nilphui
lieu I < r,
ih ing up
K.i.i.r
PARS A
Observers here do not enchtdo
i ''
ipproaili I
' !!' talks to- j
morrow afierin/.
without meeting*.
SINCFRm
IVASHING
. whon.
;iimn oni

I laynes Wins
Bye Election
In St. Andrew
i

when !*m- Si a.....
.
Ii i -\ I lei
i.

I
:
.i ,i thai Hj
i
:I5 wem
'' I 11
. ....
\imIii
^ usoelavla Goto
I^iiihIs From L.S.
WASHIN'tiTON. April l
I'i. .ui.-it Tniman noltiled Con
ifl ess loda^ hfl hud at>thorl use nf 130.000^)00 Oovarnmart
Mi raw materials (Ol ha
.inn 'i forci: Truman wrola t
i.. < bai man of lha Senate ano
llouaa of Repre i
which gave rise t<
Ihe iieet for ;eM''i' i no* nnV.
legal iii the avail
abillt) ol food '"i cooauntptlor
. has ni"'
...... -
jgport agricultural producti adtl
rl Ich Tl
paj '..i |i i-"'
.
Renew
SENTENCED TO DEATH
BELGRADE, April 10
Di.... Vi.ii:., i.
it in' iin-, team. ii beei
antanced to death foi killing
i .i isiadlni !
pepat reporter obi
beat raa
im od -ii \. -" awa airene>

Renter
Soheik .i nl nis isoveininenl
ii lit lap should
, to im i 11 atatlve ol
lain .ire un
041 refiner] sroriketi began io
nil back lo work to-du
....ui I
CM Who i.'niiie.i io ihe Ai.-
ii gnan Ccenptuir* reranary
i and mi plckati
them All 30 Amei
ii ti aau>
1 :
i ft. The countrj
i Ibiftt] of
rinding foreign iioo|m en I
ii
i thai
British fore
i ughi i ring
i I., the ii' ".
lllnfcHaff llussaln Ala wai
,e himwlf give:!

rhu morniTti
(Uppei Houa
, onfldaru i In him ami
t manl
i., ,, nun n\ \im.mi ri had bw n
iii.ung t<><
lit i t day to ."ii'iilT Ihe silua-
i .ii in Abadan
Iranian refinery was
ftrtuaU) elorad down Tode)
i ng loaded from
inkfl In |K>rt.Reuter
Sim Barn.it Chi.f
; RBO, It.ily. April lfl.
, ., i in. i lleulen-
ml and moat unportaai ol Bh i'v'*
,i laintad in court
lhal he ihol th< I
'- :l"tv Ciiulian '.
July, lin.iel .i
.....lent with itu'
n Hi me al flarlo Bcelna
the aaRelal
. i... .. ttfa ti. ii
hoi iiuri b) peUo
i. o ul hi
at yaag
-Itewtee.
TFI.I. THE AUVOCATR |
Till. NEWS
DAY nil NIGHT
DIAL 3113
.
The three W<
lives are expected to have tie'"'
then the latt I r -
Krater. thur. Itealrr.

'
Irea
i
"
i
Locusts IniHule
Troubteil Persut
: HlKKAN. April II
An American RaymaBtai can -
mallei planes. 1H i>| i I
, .. and tl me U no of laaac-
in unlay to help tight
.,.... fan
i
h aaui a) the re-
i .,,il f.dvernment
i mlttat.
ore i irerafl v
ctktde an tin

.igiiirisi locusts.
Reeter.
MacArthur Will Address Congress
VAMOOSE wan toe winner of lbs Firmt Tornado Regstts to be held
bets. This was ssilsd on Boodsy DaonUag in Csiliils Bay.
WASHINGTON. April 10 Ban Fr.mrisn, tl
i ed osy plan*
ur
'
after he has ...
of Congress. to hear h:
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Arthur I

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FRY'S
COCOA
Leads in Quality


I'.VGE TWO
(faJiib (faUinq
t
UAKI.AOOS ADVCK.m:
rUESDAY, APRIL IT. IMI.
MOIRA SHEARER'S NEWEST HAS
8, 700 SEND-OFF
AN
MR BILL U1CKSON who is
with Barclays Unnk in An-
tigua has arrived here ti. ^x-iin
couple <>f weeks holutav uith hit
friends the Alan Kings. . Mr
Wilfred Woodhouse. Building De-
velopment Adviser to CD. and
W. hat returned from his week's
visit to Antigua. Mr. and
Mrs. Donald M Kirkuatrlck arc
spending a week at the Oeeun
View Hotel before returning t Bermuda where Mr. Klrkpatrick
Is an architect. They came in on
Saturday from Trinidad liy T.C.A.
Intramil
INTilANSIT UaTOUggl Bnrbado*
on their way home to Pine Or-
her way to Trinidad was Mrs.
Harold Kidney'!! sister. Joan de ].<
Bastide Mr Derek Kv.-l.i. '
Hritish Guiana is on his way to St
Km*. He has been transferred to
the Barclays Bank Basseterre
Branch. He WM Intran
day by B.W.IA.
Back To U.S.
MR. and Mrs. Samuel lHtanv are
on their way hORai to Mm Ol
chard, Connecticut after "iiHitink
at the Marine Hotel. Passengers
l>y the wmp plane wer<* aWI hlc-
nore Garlleld of Connecticut and
Mrs. Jervls Murray of New York.
Bark From Jamaica
MR. and Mrs. Michael Greavc*
of "Belmunt", St. John who
liad been spending o holiday in
Jamaica are now hack home
coming in on the same plane were
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dykes who
flew down from England via
Jamaica. Mr. Dykes Is B.O A.C's
Chief Development Engineer In
London. They are staying at the
Prmlii** Be.ich Club.
Visiting Sifter
COME to visit her sister Mrs.
R. G. Mainer in Mrs. Beatrice
A. Durham of Dallas. Texas. Here
an*t as, the Li staying il
the St. Lawrence Hotel
St. KitU Wedding
Miss Qlfcftj DrtVi.v ii^ugntci
. .1
. i tne St. Rrtti B|]| .
married ./
I liurch in Ilassutem 00 Sumliiv
to Dr. Charles Vaugiuin
ki r a n-ceptioii was held at
tne home of tne Brides father.
Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan ! i
fame day for Antigua where Iho
honeymoon is being apt.....
Leach Hotel.
li.li-l.ii,
A LARGE numb..
denti antertataed the officers
Ol H M C N Magnllleenl and
M M C S Mlmu.
Dun tton ow i tin
Amongst them were Mr and Mi

Danny'' Feagan to dim
delightful drive nr> Lt. Feagan it Uw Maanlfleent'-.
Publle Relations Officer
Week-end Arrivals
MR. and Mrs A It Got
are in lint:
months They cam* In on Sunoai
by the Lady Nelson from Trinidad,
end are slaying at the Marine Ho-
tel. Mr. Gonsalvcs Is i
Of the Elite Shirt Factory of Trini-
dad.
Venezuela and New York
MRS JOHN i.k:: went ,.n -,,
i "" HM II .......i
rivi-.l... m it Hi Colin Blades
mrmerii of mm Ad\i.iti- D, i.id
has gone in New Vert via Puerto
Rico for an liul<
reliilivr .
Twenty-onr
MR. AND Ml:
ATTI..KE*S yoUDfgfl tMUgta
ler Alison celebrated hel I
Ural birthday on April Ifttl arlttl
a dance given by her pal
Ihelr home in No 10 Downing
Sweet, Abaui eventy gutati
a1tendl.
Canadian Shorts
MR JIM WILSON is back frorr
his visit to Ottawa and he
ie for about twe
to Canada
to takr ovei a new assignment
Mr, Wilson bai beta on loan U
"nt from
Canada an work began on tin* new runwaj
Mr Itennis Brwwn
*ho b) will r.C A Kwrvatlon
Department in VaSSBOUtl
for a short holiday staying ai the
o<... VU i Hotel a;
Mr and Mrs, Ed
Mann irho ara on Ibalr hoi n
. Evelyn Mat-1 line- wluxe
home is In Sydney, Nova Scotia,
i v T.C.A. over U> week-
end She is a T C A. airline
itawardaaa,
Bertie e Sitter
MRS WINIF.r.lJ CHAKLKS,
i l l> Refloat Clwirles
11 Trinidad, will attend a cour_
lp Rural leadership and Extension
i'h opens in Trinidad oft
fa
narlee, who k now living
il Trinidad, I* the daughter of Mr.
and Mrt Charles Clarke o'r Palm
' slings, and a sister of
in Battle Clarke.
She i being sent to attend the
' I the Ariin-i Community
.
ii ti,i. r The tOUTM has been
01 ranged by Ihe West Indian Uni-
versity's Extra Mural DtPMUntnl
and ttic British Council
Talking Point
i AM nrry i have not laarnl t<>
* play at raids. It Is very useful
In lit< II ganeratM kindness and

Samuel Johnson
From AKTHt'R JACOBS
NEW YORK.
FOR the Brat time New York*
lately Metropolitan Opera Hou-
->cam< g cinema retvntlv "Tl
Tales of Hoffpiann." tha
tilm starring red- I
Wells ballonrid Mon.i S),m[m
bad r gala pteanlsri
!!,,! (r.-v
Equipment worth mon
10.000 was installed in tha Wt-
>' for tha shew
. iieh raised snout 0,700
Nearly 8,000 j>eOr>le were th* e.
n iu^ig Ludmillu Teh.!.
11 .na star r the film.
I'm I t-*i was ro.piodur<-<
F.mcric Pressb'irgrr. He v.
denim if the film will make th<-
uple appeal to film.
billet, and opera enthusiasts. That
would lx- a tale almost as m* -
vacant and fascinating as any of
Hoffmann's.
The Verdlcl?
The New York critics' verdu- on
lloffmi. in, based on Offenbai .
opera, will not be out tul Thurs-
day, Than the eommerr:! .
th* 11m begins.
Hot! S'loes," Molra Shearer's
only previous film, netted more
money In the United States than
gay other British film.
The producers have staked
heavily on Shearer Leomde
Masslne. Robert Helpmann, ..qd
Ludmillu Tcherlna, the ballet
stars of this film and also of
"Red Shoes".
Hoffmann is a poet, and his
stories ore of his three formei
loves Olympia, the doll. GiulieMa.
the courtesan, and An ton la, *he
singer. All their qualities era nnv
united for Mm in iiIr present 1< a
Stella
Two Roles
Shearer dancea Uic role- of
Stella and Olympia mouthing
Olyrnpia's music while the Ifrit-
ish soprano Dorothy Bond agui
with the miming of the stv>
four ydj;.!"-
Hoffmann, himself, is acted .ml
sung I*- America's .12-vcar.<>ld
Robert Roundevllle. It Is his (list
film. I have seen him in this role
on the stage in New York. H<
good.
The singers with the Rov.,t
Philharmonic Orchestra undei Sir
Thomas Beecham, recorded all the
music before filming
L.F. 8
-and ih ni ii ill ss Ml ihe premiere w*i
worn li ihe ew-%lar faerwelf . the
lit'iiitlifiil Tihrrimi
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
t s-UIrs over NKWSAM Lower Broad StreetTel. *6JU
.X+$r -1 rri r I*
iMxirssivi corioNs uw bi *< 11 weak
AvTEKNOON IlRESSfS
Alsa ArTEKNOON DRESSES In Larger *!taes
Beautiful COCKTAIL IIA\'DBA(1S
HOURSMomU.s' lo Mdi ys H :i I
Saturday Moiiung 8 30 lo 11.SO
NOTE :V>> a* not Cl [Z
A^lATIf(I.IIIMXi:MA MamUnOnty)
In "A WOMAN'S VENGEANCE"
Kith Ann BIYTH I J*-'.- TANDY ... J.r.r-ai.'- HARDWICKl
MAIINFT WlDKIStlAY AT S *
wi.nmrsnAV a tiivruav night at
non CAatgnos
In boss or boomtown
wiui f RmOtfT H> wiiitii:y ana i... n.i' cono\-i
A 1'MVFRSAI. I'HTURC
Thl. pi. .ill U .1 .*.*UI 1-w.t.i I. U* rnassfl ''
PLAZA Thei-lre-firidgetownfD'At 23/OJ
i..
"HMtl
I MITlIU'
DANOER LIVES"
Kith UOMMIt.l'V
winriHi 'loans
WED and THURS. .only
*M a l P n.
HKO Rain>-< Thrlllina Un-ibh-
xsr livh-t*'
.(h F>ank Sinatra and
Paffain
and -
HI! 'I'll-
unuIM-r, rrancM
iBe-, i ShfP-id
GUN SMUGGLERS
UNDER THE TONTO RIM
PLAZA D,AL
OISIIV 8404
Si TIUHS 1 a SM I
iRKOi
- "itn Handnlph s
utsHio aAioias
I.AIII V
(THE GARD6N1 Si. JagkM
I.IIIM. I'l M I -
Dtaii poii aad
HARK rASSAOf
Uiii plirri II--..I-
WtTJ \ Tunis im> p."
latuaaiiaii
<.INTLSMAS IOS rALOOHA
wi|h liin Ertol ana
H- Shadaw la
TMK MISSING I-ADY"
with Karw Richmood
Bndirr alitlrred *llh rr>labk Ihr tfciri -.. <-atere4 with pl-iU.l
ILi.ini. 1 rills ol Ohllr .irjiw.i. (J, Ii frill lipurd *ith 1ha(^^ p. Ul
Hit .ii-.nri and earring* arr diamond*, her UM> s white mink
London Express Semot
.111% i:vn hks or iiim
BY THE WAY...
BY some trifling error, by a
miscalculate almost laugh
ably trivial agu. ist the golden
background of a ularned economy
Norway is sending ba^ 'o us *hc
consignment of tins i it. by
mistake to Rraf.il. where ihey
were not wanted.
They .v Iptandad (or Caacho
Slovakia, where thry Mf| to Bfl
ill led with frui.cn seuweed sans
ages at 10s a pound The tin.*
will nuw t>c redirected to Portugal
in the hope that they will be title.;
with eggs imported from Turkey,
to be sent back to us via Holland
In exchange for the aluminium
we sold by misluki' to the ih.'.i h
llrn liuin, in Ihv Dock
BEN BOTTLE, the sailor, en-
tered the witness-box with
wide grin on his brown lace. A
vote at the bock ol tin- com
shouted. "Wotcher, mate'" To
which Ben replied chearllj
"Thai's Tom Hunter or I'll be
mchted in brtoeP "That will do
for the present." said Cockle
..,..' .. -: ,.!> I i-
inc en.'ued:
Ben: I was only exchanging
signaU with a bloke that sailed
with mc In the Venus
Caeklrcarrot: We are not here
i. thiit sort of thing.
Ben: .V-,-. jvc .,yc.
-ily).
C'orklrrarrst: We ore not nbonra
P
Best: That's a -------- fact, your
orship. But I'm in -------- dock
a, bal
rekieearr*l: Mr. Rotlle. I
.ust Mrarn you that-
Ben: A nod fam a blind boTH
i as good as a -------- kick from a
ifid mule, your honour (/fonl,
..( mirth froin the public l
rscklecarrM i mm): Core Uw clean!
Twenty lfirn uf I prtmr
Hi' urucd the orchestra lo h*.
d llpi in u-iinual fear, i
(Mus..
THIS has got lo be done tad
hilly. To rouEo an i
I trick or luo II
i tfUL but i rude MTi.uatics may
disgust oaaa of thero, Mun
used to encourage the
I- play with thi
" .or, held down by oof.
be even induced a harpist to
twang the wires with bar elbow*.
Noi aver) audlaoce wo
for that. The sight of r
bring on his bock aim twirling
hit* drum round on the tl.it of in.
feel may wake people Up, but II
In no way adds to the < i
I the music
Forging Xhomt
A0Ol>-BAQ on wha
automatic radio control is
the latest aid to i;..if. i i:. f ,
bm Is a picture of ;. o
it, ' as to conser\'c nil hh
Mrarujth fa bli i
beUevg ttlinbledon i Kpertmenl
ing with a rorilo-conti- I
ket to hold rtnnli players' rackets
in bclwtvn giiine.<.
Htmml ihe Theatre*
1ADY CAggJTANLElGH whi
gave roi Lbc
Hurnwse sage Qidal
DWgl when he was 0VC1
trying t<( parauada the Uttja
Moigui- Theatre In Abercrnmble
Mews to produce, for OfM
njght. Ok, the vei
Eskimo poet Runamok Mr
I I dlroota
ni the ii. .
the problem of llghUn
play takes putc* during a long
Arctic night, and the <
are invisible. Mr,
Who produced ihe
By BEACHCOMBER
morality, ScJWcat, ho luen cnllefi
in.
/'iiilpiev
'/ alway* ihoughi a :cbra n*o*
hlack and pellotr." Chorus ol
houu of "Hot" in u-Pii'ii aeverel
MsfMMM joined. . "Von are
iMsUrlag of .ictisps." sold Lord
Rcodiag.
(Keporl of ra*iwTassiinn m
House H I.oicl^
CHOSSWORC
!? II

B.B.C. Radio
Programme
f 3t a in rnrrva* rnmrll. T.aa a.m.
Th. r>. T 10 a m N#w> AnalyiH, T.|S
m rrOBI Th* Lliloiltl. 7l3|m pro-
snuatM I'arad*. 7 3* a m rir,.-.,.u,
t|*aHi. 7 45 ,i Pavilion PW>.r.,
BOO a m Do You Brr*mbi>r* II 15 a m
HUUC ri.mi Tne nim.. S SO a.m. Think
*>n Tlurae Thlnan. s tit a m tetter Prom
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tai io nu> in-
17. aii tne nmture la deag
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90. Corrodr. iai
Jl. nil* mm In poaooaaicni iQi
n. Thai *"*! i- highi. ti
in Anairalla. iai
a No do.-v mxr* gggi airfon. u
llim n
J. tni- rr? or u>r otu-rn in
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3. fjtsoa who ** lor tramp .< f?,ot", up ,'*t s
da Oi U!l> p.rt -
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i Imply a neaamr- !. n mr-
, ** i;niw (S
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15. Such an arfldnn <- nnl re-
ruled i3i
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Junior Short Story Competition
The Fvenlnr Advocate invlies all children under 12 to entei ft*.
Its Junior Shorr Story COnpotlUon, The best story will be published
I very Monday n The Cvealng Advoeala. and the winner will receive
a prise to the value of 7/6 in either books or stationery. The stories
cm be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 30C
wurds in length, and must reach The Children* Fdltor. The Advoc.U
(' Ltd.. City not later than Wednesday everv week.
NOTE : Stories must not b* copied.
Send this coupon with your story.
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u\7' "'-';' "'i " P " Ri-p.n tmn.
Th. Mltm.|.. I0llin Th-
HAIR I HAIR!
LONDON.
A top ladies' hairdresser says
that long hair for women is dead
and will stay dead.
William afcGtll, Master of the
Incorporated Guild of Hairdress-
ers, Wigmakers and Perfumers, ex-
plained that long hair "can never
be dressed to a woman's advan-
tage. It is Impossible to give it
the variety of movement and
adaptability of short hair."
McGlll added that too many
women ruined their mnke-up by
forgetting their hair.
* A woman's personality can
change completely with a new
hair style." he declared.
MeCill said that "the sloppy
Woman is a menace, lowering
standards wherever she goes. A
Udy housewifewith tidy hair
will have a tidy home."
INS
Uiilp llnr*#. I0U it i" rUval In
Br.ialn. II 00 pm BBC Opara rrth*>!ia
rnr pitnr.HAMMr tucsdav,
APRIL 17. 1SS1
10.00 pm 1011 p.m. Maw. and
I ..ii..rnijr>. 10 lb a.m. ISM p.m.
Ciinhbraii rorn*r
To-day Mt 8.30 p.m. I.asl Shows
Hni bar.. W.'ndcl Waller
STANWYCK COREY HOUSTON
"THE lllllis
TO-MORROH. .-..Itn A 8.30 V M
In ths war-torn J
ALANLflDDM
CAPTAIN CAREY,
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WANOA HENORIX
BARBADOS
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION
TO BE HELD AT
Ml II VS PARK
SATURDAY. 2IST APRIL. 1951
From I n m
4.
The Public are Invited to exhibit ;
1. Grasjglag plants in Tubs or Pols
2. r'lriwrrlne Plants
Orrhids in Blnnni
Can riuwers
S. Vegrtahles and Fruit
Good Money Prises Awarded
* Bjaggal rrttr of SS.aO will b awarded for Floral Decoration
of a l inn li Tahlr
\ Sprrlal Trie of SS 00 will be awarded for the Bert Collection
of \ ...i.l.l,. rvhlBlted bj a school.
for all information apply to:
Till SECRETARY at WILKINSON A HAYNCS
CO., LTD. OFFICE
Mgaajagasj : Adults 3Hc.. Children under lt years IBe..
FlemrnUn School Children If*.
I >II'IIU
Today 4.45 A S 30 p m
siul eonllnulns
Columbia Pictures PresenM
GIRL OF THE
YEAR"
Starring ....
Robert CUMMINGS
Joan CAULFIELD with
Elsa LANCHESTER
HOW
Today A Tomorrou
!.! It 8 IS pm.
Republic Whole Serial
PERILS Of
NVOKA"
Starring Clayton MOORE
and Kay ALORIDGE
Opening Friday 20th
TUL VOU1SGEK
BKOTUERS "
IIOYAI
IJ.I Two Mhou. Tod.y
1.3a lit am
Universal Pnuble
J.Jin 1IAI.L anil
Maria MONTEZ in .
THE COBRA
BIMMH "
AND
TEHPTATIOy
with Merle OBERON
and Gome URENT
OLYMPIC
Today A Tomorrow
4.30 & 8 IS pm.
Warner Bn Dig Doubu*^
Robert CUMMINGS in
KING'S ROM "
AND
** PURSUED "
with Robert MITCHUM
We are fully stocked wilh
GARDEN REQUISITES
Hosel. in., '* In., 34 in.
Nozzles
Sprinklers
Hand Forks
Rakes
Secateurs
Shears
Hand sprayen
Garden Manure
Flower Pots
THE BARBADOS tO-OPERATIVE
MM TON FACTORY LTD.
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row HOOF
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TIESDAV trail it iy;,i
r.Mtll.UMlk -UAutAT*:
PAGE THItT.F
btroduced To
Grenada Bar
GRENADA ,
C D( W. E. Worrell. Solicitor
General of Trinidad arriving in
the colony by flir thi. morning was
itted (o practice at the-
local bar in In.
Court proceeding before Mr
Justice W. Adrian Date with
Alhrnej- General C. t
moving the petition for admis-
sion and members of the profes-
sion attendins
Worrell on Monday will watch
the interest* of the Trinidad
police involve! in the LataiU.
strike >ihooting on behalf of ihc
Trinidad Government when
Coroner"* inquiry into the circum-
stances of the deaths of two men
and a woman in resumed at St
David's Magistrates Court before
HU Worship Mr E. A :
Wage Pact Signed
i mm Our O-:
ST. GEOKG1 v
Yesterday morning at the Labour
Cstice, agricultural employers
signed a similar agree*-
cite signed last Monday with the
Trade Union Council R D.
Alexander Walter Knight signed
employee* L. A. Japai and Hon
E. A. Mitchell for li
which comprise* the SI John*
Labour Party and the Grenada
Workers* Union, both previously
bargaining jointly on
agricultural (aba.
Despite the apparent settlement
of the situation by
several incidents c
lotting continue une case in fcraad \-7 wIiTrh "i, '"will lw practically
daylight before the eyes of the impossible lo loosen."
watchman, another case of thieves swing declared that with many
who sent the owner half tin- cocoa of her former markets closed to
License Not
Renewed: \\ ill
lav 20
"If yon picas*. Sir. this d*lagon wuhea to oiler tne teachan' atria* tar whole heartae.
Japs Sell
Cheaper
Quarantine
Health Rules
Anglo-U.s, Talks Britain's Major
En
Th.
GENEVA. April 10.
World Health Organis.
diary Confei
To Clunk Riibbi r
Flow To B4b
Exhibitor
I.ONDON
Tm l!5t Canadian Internauon-
al Tiade Fair. May 28th to June
Kth. shows strong prom
A fine of 20 lo be paid In
i i .(1ii two
ihaUm was Un-
w niii Algatrn
bureh, bo
His Worship Mr. E A laeJuand
' k'istratc of Diatricl "A'.
I
ear X-W6 on Lucas Street without
in appropriate lit
Seon Crawford appeared as
igent tor the defendant Cpl
'he TrSflk Hi.iii... ana
appeared as cfatal wltnai
he had rd about
I
Mr II
a-Hhoui
licence
I
Ml I \ \..
posing in. on C
ford (agent for the >,.
thai he was tahUig a set
of the ca ihough* n*a
q had ana To* dalandanl wa
COnVI. li d f i QU aam

impose the ful1
Sgt O Fnrde prosecuted for the
Police
Senior Short Slory Competition
The Evening Advacate Invites all school-boys and school giits
'he age* of 13IS to enter for its Sealer Short Story Cessee-
Uttam Stories can bo on any subjiit. but should not exceed 400 words
.n length and must ranch the Short Story Editor. Advocate Co. Ltd .
its* th-n Wednesday every week. The best sfry each week
it * nohllsh^ In the Fvenlnc A or seat* and the winner wiU re-
eivc a prlao of books or Stationery to the value of 12 6
Si-nd tlii>- coupon with your "tory.
SlNHMt SHOUT RTIMIV COMMVTiTlON
Talma for
paonrkabi
Id V.
Il-l-
Name
BKADFORD
i.in ol Ihe [i,
SS&^'aVQTsUE SaSS-
lion Lid. warned stockholders at Uong for world travel and trade. -ay m
Informed sources reported to.day jiaasing the succe*sful 1H50
lituation by a wage pact. ,hl.lr Jliniuil nueting that 'Japan todBly elected three vice-chair
incidcnts of estate crop is getting a grip on consumer mar_ men. Dr. Sadat Munir (
they -picked" during the daj
an "ill intensify her '.-
Syria).
Dr Shrl Raja (India), and Dr.
0 A Dowling (Australia)
In today's general debate, criti-
cism was expressed by
speakers. Including Dr
choke i-IT the v ious Fairs, and parti, bee
tlow ol rubber from British ler- of certain economic factors h
rilorles t Russia and China. eluding material shortage-, and
The move follows an announce- > xpanding production all over the
mem by ihe British Board of ""W, the Tair this >ear will
TiaUe that effective April 9. the "[;
I \port of raw rubber fror
United Kingdom will be com
ijB Inquiry- Ailjounwd
Bd
penetrate into British CO- OMr (Unjau of SouUi Africa). The Board of Trade uctsun u ra
Po/ice Supt Leaves For U.K.
Fn.r-
ST. GEORGES. April 14
Colonel A. A Donald.
Superint'-'ndcnt dismissed dm
the strike. leaves the island
tonight accompanied by his wife
and his eleven-year-old son by
Ihe Canadian Challenger fol
Trinidad on route lo England;
lonlal and other marketi
"It is patently impo
any country with Western Euro-
ndardi of living io eom-
, aritti coata of pmdi
Police sible under n Japan."
last
y^ present a widei variety of pro- known ., l.-mi.
ducU lo an army of businev
sitors expected to be greaU'i
oiled.
who called the proposed
ItirUwi baauing in thi
into the death ol HOM
will Ik- naumed i da) before Mi
K A McLaod
tut t -A"
Horace Tayl
"Stai.....
i'ii the spot aftei ha >is Involvad
., ot ., Trafali .
Air Assistant e
For Ethiopia
p..... ...... n y..y.. gaixiod as a virtual ban on rubber
SSL S. legutaUona "lufncwnt nolthtr in Ihe interest ul liuix-llous disease htes irom Britain.
eontrol "or of international This ban. the sourees said, is
!. ..SI.. -"'' "> diseases men- ,-oneesslon to an Americn de-
tioned in the Sanitary Hcnula- mand ,hnl nibbcr hhouM ,. Urrt '-
, Sirtnu. V"' iSS* ,'re 50 " "" ""<"< '"" -' """' ot a trend h been e.bl,.he
Ewin said thai lalmir eosts last ""UF '"'';" '? J5*ii5 Brltt* sources pointed out. how- to ,, ,h,i exhibit, thi, yen,
'".'.' "'w SStaln-a nnsition utes, he saS, rep.enu a "llture to Ameriean presaur. , ,uare feet of e.hlbn spa,,
I ,; JJ retroaetlv. step. The World Health Rnbl*. rawrts to RuU from .he U In 1M0.
S mnvTl eilR Tmiutlon on Oranl.atlon. in his view, should "'"ted Kingdom hut year amount The range ol goods to be dls
','" ''.liV.o.: ,.r v the aim at reducing to a minimum ed to 11.000 tons out or a totjl ol played Is so extensive a, lo del>
Jffiu.i?altoS!LrSf Anter,: control t frontiers 35.000 Ion. e.porled I ,,-r daacrloUon
"Motion to BHtaTn in e5S.t D. Gear aunolcd. tnerelore. Thi. contrasts with M.05H l
to the much more generous treat- thai modern sanitary regulations shipped to Russia lasl year Irom
than ever bclore on March 25, with lha '>t.> 'bug
It Is possible at this time to M.1287 whila n. vai riding hi,
give a reasonably clear pictuir bieyclc
ot the pattern ol this year* ltas*a ^^~~^^^
Although apphcatiMis are stiii f,audulent Conversion
mini in dally. Ihe inalorit) Thl, .i,.,,,,.,,, ,., ,,., ,,.i,.,
ss.'i cr^i -:ii.r,vr..i *'.....-..................-<
WITH
Fnliow thii
Simple If. .nify Win:
Mh loll I. I. I1-:
knaiilag nunwgr h
.III ...III l'.llnl..l"* lull
lag tltr. i'
DOCTORS PROVHl PAUfBUVf'S BEAUTf .RESULTS
KEEP YOUR
SKIN
COOL
AND
QgtM '" Japaiiat
luntry
.! Japans
, and rajroo cloth
in 1950 exceeded Britain's exports
hv 28 per cent, even though her
tlm-c-lourths of
- should reduce Interfcrencc with the British-governed territory of

A four-man 1CAO
nssistanre mission wilt be sent
to Ethiopia to help daVOiOp alt
transportation in thul imint
according
made to-dny nt interniitlonnl """ __INS.
Civil Aviation Orgum/ '
quarters in Montreal
The mission will be headed by
Stuart Graham, one ol I
lirsi commercial pilot*, fattnm ol
S3 years of civil aviation dovalop- <^*niHal Sg'lirMH^
ment in Canada and now mem- 111 VrH HUUtt V """"
bar of tiie Air Navigation Com*
miion of ICAO.
The mission to Ethiopia is the
second sent out by ICAO In Its
participation in ihe United
Nations technical ;i-siit i | i
gramme itnd It will begin it
work about 20lh April. 1951 in
Addis Ababa. The lit '
international trafnc lo a minimum
and .l.it *tress should be put i
intornal control measures within
countries.
\\ ills First Prize
< :i.iii|iflilii>ii
Mum II. I I." .1.1.
According to Dr. J A Bel]
(United Stales), the drall WHO
refutations should take more
lull)
was sent to Iran.
Alternative To
Impeachment
Of Truman
I .(!> "I" """ lll'>","|i
ST GBOBCB'S, April 14
Wade.- Hall School. 31. C-wtte s
whose Head Teacher is John
Dl Barbados, won Ihe
.u-1 priao .""' '"ur runnersui'
awarda in an essay eompetiliii
,Me.t of "C< operatives
wuih arara .n^'iurd by u
Elementary Schoolg
Cuinniitteiv
Malaya, along with 38.W8 ions .
sent lo Communist China
Ttie I'nlted Slates received
17A.724 tons of the total of |'
1.106.483 tons exported
Malaya
spokesman for the Colonial
Oillce said*, there are no reslric
ly lots account the present '
u.irld situation and be more rubber from Malaya,
llextble to meet ehangiiiK aoodl- II*-' added that he understood
tlons. In view 0f the rciiKlion talks were going on between
of the number and siz*. of CtQUna Aineru-.n and Britih ultlCials on
of epidemic diseases .is well a* ihe matter
new discoveries against such \ Hoard of Trade spokesman
said Britain felt she could achieve
little by cutting off rubber sup- _
piles from Malaya to Communist wHI j(,. ubmi, 75 uimm uPi,
intries unless Indonej_ ii.t'.u.'. he advocalctl li
and control measures primarily
In ports which were sources ol
world u>Jectiwn.
Simple precautionary mea-tures
if effectively applied, should
enormously reduiv the need for
ciuaronlfne procedures tn the rest
of the world, be said
Dr. Ahmed E| Halawauv
(Kgypt), on the other hand.
Hrod
from make-up kits to mam-
nth presses will be at the Fair
attract buyers in almost every
>nreivable line of human en-
-.ivour Products for the home
nl for the factory; aoods ol in-
iesl to the business tycoon and
front ""' housewife, to the retailer ami
the jobber will be shown l>\ pin
ducen from all over the world
Among the features of thi >
.oar's Trade Kair will be exhibit
from a few countries new to tin
Pall -Japan, Mexico. Israel, and
lK>sMi>ly Iraq and Iranand .
much more ambitious partiripa
lion by a number of count net
The Netherlands is perhaps th
i:.i. outstanding in this lattt
egard l.ast year four liut.l.
firms exlubite.1 This year then
plvjinlu. | n.,i ||
Sherhnk Jordm,
silt ha. ';. i
I
by the Jmifco '
Court o: a
Jordon was oharnBd artth the
'l^litiulel;', .in i
lings bvlonguiK to AJph* I Nil
II
unv
lowed suit.
INS
taaaaaaaataakM "'1'"1 ""
Assistance guted ^ ,he nocessily for strong
saniUry regulations. He said mi
country today was immune from
Bui
Germany SHU
Importing Meat
BONN. April 16
Ui in,in has little chance
rinri prfca tftn* t^> John Hu'- the danger of epidemics. As an buying much meat in Germany
km, while the second prlzo waa exaiT,pie( he cited die 1947 cholera a West German Food Minlst
won by Josephine Boss of tnc ep((iemic in Egypt which took a cfrlcial said here today.
School
Beaulieu K C
WASHINGTON. April 14.
Kepresentative F. R. Coudcrt.
a Republican, (New York) has
introduced a conKtltutioii.il
amendment that would empower
the Ifouf-e and Senate to remove 0'( p^dinj which was the object ^ tl'Kr,tening of certain articles
of the competition ___ in the Sanitary Regulations.
Each prize consisted of three Detailed mscusslon of the 110
ory, Jd,fI',pt5r^. *&* .|.",..!hc!^'uJfl!'01,-: !Sf PrWammi' to export nwal.
the Vrcsident by a "l.irk of confi-
dence" Act if a two-third:
majority were obtained.
Coudert put this forward a n
alternative to impeachment.
Several Republican member.'
of Congress declared they wanted
to invoke the impeachment clause
In the constitution after Presi-
dent Truman announced he had
dismissed General MncArthur
from all his commands. Under will introduce
this clause, any federal, or civil plan which will
official including the President. ,m
can be Impeached for "treason, pu
bribery, and other high mis- of
demeanour-.". "f
It has been invoked against a
President only once In American
history.
Andrew Johnson, successor to
Abraham Lincoln, was accused of
the corrupt use of the
interference at elections, and
other high crime* ._.,.
At his trial by Oh
(Upper House) 34 senators voted
lor a 'guilty" verdict
guilty"; Oi a two-ihi.i
Is required for conviction, he
acquitted.
heavy toll of lives. In addition. 'We have not yet
&,!- "' li** lnt" increased speed of pre-war standard of
Munition Oflirer c **?" travel brought new danger* and sumption here and
er and members of the B to * made it riecessary to pay renewed importing meat'1 the
vtaltnd the Mhools to present tno BUcntiori ut fronucrs to the pos- i,iaini
prbje alao uikuig ihe OPP0""" sil,le spread of epidemic diseases. 'Therefore speculation over t
!h?JTC!iS Egypt, ho concluded, would ask ,M,sslhl|lIv ,,f ,lxJH1rting meat c
cept in small quantities'in tins
very prcmuture.
It ii not in the G
we to show
array of goods in must of tin
Fair's 20 trade categories
cm.it Britain will aaam likely
be the major exhibitor Spari
roquiivd to sliow British exliibit*
will be about the same aa last
year, when close to 70.000 square
feet was booked Space taken to
ahow Canadian goods should ap
proximate last year's 45,000 square
feet. Slight increaae* are possibU
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
m v B-dp'.i.i.i BHt. aaui
s,i, wan
s.'h gmati ft l i |
.underfill Count-till H
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l.d HV 1>... t,-
Bfitlh
AHKIVAIJI
MV S...... II.
Alhuiusw I-
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r,.,- M. Q i i,,i
n ldv Nrltam. (** i ". iM-l Cap
PBpAirl I
M V AUiflh...,.-. JH I...
i ,-. T ilated
VoUf, 1* loi
n< i Cap! Bvri i. D Qulai
ScltOolKt 1-hih1i.Ii.1u. SO 1... .....
(inmba i..i -i i.....
fa-h....n OVwOsnU W * hMU M
Cspi W-Ii-.
. II
I '
14 V T li H.d.. Hi \
Milth.ll I..I
I i
I -
hed the in these figure*, but it is too ear-
neat
are still
nvelal an
in,.-nt
_ copy of Mi
Grenada "Citi/en Rcadei
Family Travel
Itetween May and July. B.W.I.A.
family travel
.....able a husband
(,. travelling together to
rchaK return tickets on some
it W I A. rnutes for the cost
. tickets plus 50'; .
begun today and
tinued for several
Special Committee was formed to cannvil ^f^ Brilal
deal with health regii ations need- abo(Jl ^ tons last
ed to prevent possible ipread of
.luring the Mecca Pil-
grimages
Walter WiifchcIlV
Columif SuK|M-lh!r(l
NEW BISHOP
Rrutcr
CARACAS. Venezuela.
April Ifl.
The Government on Sunday
ordered a 15-day suspension ol
irratv. oar o tarr*.*ndmii the publication uf Walter Win-
BAHBUDA. April 14 .hell's column here, because it
On Tuesday April 10 the ecu- recently contained remarks con-
i.f the Rev P M tMilcred otmnaive to Mrs. Eva
i hop-elect of the Eastern Peron. Argentine President's wife.
Province of the Th column appears in the
Moravian Church took place at newspaper La Esters. It Is be-
Si ring Gardens Moravian Church, lieved that the Argentine Em-
The presiding BlnOp Kt Rev. bagay protested against a recent
yet to make ilrm prcdirtiutis
Too Karly
The trend toward" a*ormle exhibits Involving the goods ol
many lirms producing similar
products exhibited In contiguou*
booths and under Ihe aegis of -
an exhibiting committee continue.
to be evident ag th* application* |
for apace in the 1011 Trade Pair
pork, but they are pre- continue to roll in.
pud In bwaaaj the export of Textile, manufacturers of Can
received af,e< the United Kingdom and
Ft.ce will be represented in
"Vjfe estimated there will be an mis fashion, and makers of ma-
increase of between two and thrc chine tools, material handlin*
million pigs In the comina yeai equipment md other "capital
hut we cannot yet say what will be goods from the U.K. also havt
done with them'. association exhibit*
Of the reports that British The chemical industry ol Can
Ministry of Food omciaN were go. a<|u i, staging an ambitious din
jug lo Qartnany next month i" ^\ay of the scope and progress ol
buy mutton, an official said th- fu member firms. The wine
German Food Ministry knev. ma],en, 0f South Africa and Aus
nothing or it. tnlli will be represented througl
"In Germany as in Australi; .jjocijUon exhlbiU. as will lh
maep .re bred mainly for thei toot ^d shoe manufacturers of
wool" he said "Therefore, th'-
.p Kt
K O. Hamilton Ph.D.. or the
USA gave ;i brid address on
the history of tile Moravian
Church nnd Ihe duties of a
bl<. ..p
169 lb Turtle
Foreign Deputiett
Cancel Meeting
PARIS, April 14
The IJeputie.-; of the Big FoUT
Foreign Ministers cancelled the*
scheduled meeting thi -.1
after attendn.;. .i luncheon given
by the French delegate, Alexandre
Observers considered that Uat r...
next meeting would probably i-e weet The largest of this species i*>
on ToesSv ns Emest Pavier- or "Green Turtle- weighed 46* M.
ihe British delegate 1^ to fM* pounds and was on display in
the Cmmril ef luTOpa Miad tl Publ,,- Market.
Commission on Monday ___...........
The Deputies to-day had li long
olumn which said a magazii
nllad
.HIT ...
- no. of the most sordid career
this side of the red light distrirt."
(C.P)
1 lute summer nftor the wool clip'
Pork la the Germans' fiivn-rlt
Diaal With beef ii t>oor second
Exci pt In certain parts of Oei
many, mutton Is not much rail li
ed.
It was reported from Frankfuit
Saturday that the Quarter
Brna
M ll.
....... IMIIUli
If MCI -aUgiM'.nt L"i" I
. I

.. i-
. II. i..
In Touch with Bnrbadoa
Coaatal Station
...t M,
ss lUy.i.u. - Sw-i'
.. Ilrll.i..
E-* Mcsnll-f "
.> (lrti|.liia. - Hrii
.. Ansrii.- ... M <<<
AI-.
:jbrvllle.
CLEAR
t)sc Mcntholatum' Balm
to keep vaw HUa cool
and lice fium RoughncN*.
Spoti an.i Sonneai i
' Mciilholahim d.ulv ll It,
mi vimple io um.- You just
RUB 11 ON Mcntholatum
makes youi skm v-n and
smooth and keep, il cleat
' Mcntliu&iluiu is giKHl lor
Al 1 sLuiiroublcs. Ouick
get a jar or tin lo-day.
MENTHOLATUM
ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
taw I '

Hsirlna.
RATES OF EXCHANGE

Morrison's Life
.1.M> O.r 0B Um.H.t.11.
UABBUDA. April 14
Ttirw- enormous turtles wer
aught by th
lOOfi and 1
LONDON. April 111
Herbert MonTsoo, Britain's ra
-re dt Antiju. I. 1"" > lPln. anything bu-. coat.
place orders In May for nearly
160,000 pounds weight of German
hams1, pork and bacon, as wail -*
300.000 pounds of fresh chilld
beef and of fresh lamb.
Three plans were said to be \]\^i itrikai
.irned at cutting down expense.. The gtopplt|Je
Great Britain and Ireland
The Rathnrtands Inatltule fo.
the Pnimotion of Foreign Trade
is assuming over-all direction of
tha mhibite of the Dutch flrmi
whose products will be found in
almost evry trade groupliiK
9,000 London
Dockers Strike
LONlX*N
About 9.000 dookan
work here today in pn
prosceution of M-ven of their col-
leagues ctiargeil with leading

k. i t ii 111 1 ,' son la'
1
*l 4 |0 1

. Apnl 16 ll
kers struck! I
irutcst at the 11
of American families in Germ.
ii.ii lowering United Slates Gov-
ernment'* overseas transport
the
Angel Voice
informal dianiatlon -d'er lunch.
The luncheon had baan ui an
apartment reserved by Parodi In
ihe Ministry of the Associated
States and lasted f0| lust ovci
three hours
The French kllnlttry nf the
Associated States ll th.
German Embassy, and still ha..
two Germ-in aagM i.lptured ou
the entrance arcaiW kcutri
B.G. Has Twelve
Community Cen/ros
GEORGETOWN. Apnl !0
The opening on Friday. 30:ii
March, of two Community Can
tres. one at Vergenoe..
East Coast. Essequlb"
other at Den Amstel. West Coast,
brings to 13 the
number already formally opened
Yugoslavia Signs
Pa't With France
BLLGRADE. April 16
[) J Viifan. Assistant Yugoslav
Foreign Minister told the Foreign
.-.mitten of the Yugoslav
Assembly today that
Yugoslavia had signed a special
agreemem with France undei
which she will receive 5,000.000.
000 won nont for her ,.* tCrCSkAC ("OAWrJ
luring the oex fi\AT t t{,VM t I. IWW (V
ATTORNEY
n told a Lord Mayoi*
banquet:
The business ol diplomacy i
a issinn ,o
noie^ and memorande.
'It involves the whole proceas.of man ;*peak
trying to secure a common ftp- *nJ*'- __ ,
proacfa tc problem- which trans-' Thl" ' the advice of Dr James
cand national frontiers. Bender wlto toM poranU at ihe
Often travelling by aeroplane. Kew.Forest School recently
itvs-v. hv icle-nhnix- an I "Many a man u. driven from hts
flreaide by the cackling voice of
pursued always by telephone ar.
telegraph, speaking on H
and now even watched by te^e-
vision, the representative of his
country to-day does not find hnM
hanging heavily on his hand. '
-INS
since the seven were flrsl held bv
police. Previous strikes have been
fur one da> only, bul laportl
from tho dock are^ today *ug-
gested the dockers' unofficial Purl
workers' Committee planned t
extend the present stoppage foi
demon.tn.te outside the central
ofinsinal court whan ihi b '
the seven dockers was todav e
Mrtng lia last stages.
Telegrams wer sent by unofll-
cial bodies during the weeken
other British ports calling
r.vmpathetlc strike
Mid* Only By
Tht Mtnthttitum Cj. Ltd..
(fat 1B8B) Shugh. SnghiiU.
See Our Up'to'the-Minute
STYLMNGS
^FJijrSi
FlIKi: HOOK
whlrli makes
" COD'S WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN"
I'll-- write
s-miM-i KoberU, Gospel
Beak and Tract Kerrler.
If. Central Avenue. Bao-
gor N lrr|
(lUi Ihe voice ol .
A siren always has a
seduc* ve voice And every woman
kkp the kind of voice thut
v.ill get and hold her man."
I.H.I
i Oir Oam orrrafxaSoli
GRENADA. April 14.
BILL OF RIGHTS
ALBANY, NY.. April
Paianll "f every baby bom
New York State from now on v
copy of the chlldre
About 100 ships were held
by Ihe strike today.
Nearly. 2.000 Birkeohead dock-
ers stopped work today in support
of Ihe protest.
Liverp-.ol dockers were workir
i.' rmally and Glasgow docke.
decided against *lrike action
Reuter
dl
Youth
HOLSKWIVKS ON (iLARI*
ST AI.HANS. England
Housewives in thii Hartford
ttaf part of these dellv-
iompletcd in the . . ---.....
rean and payment Legal sources here mention "' '" r'8''l-
Mtpn in five years' time Mr J II V Redhead. Grenada The document, which
Fan said the agreement barrister now on the Magleri..l dwinbutad b>r .he Stale
swd upon credit* given by bench in Antigua as likely sue Commission..affirms the birthright .hire town will carry wrning
reporters, and guaranteed cessor lo Mr G Elmore Ed- of every child to 11 aspects ot whistle, and guard valuable en-
Four more are undo I ft I wards. Registrar, who Is going lo
other application* from Assurance of Credits fur foreign St Kitts to assume dutiaa
rural area* ire being <
sidered. trade Realer
Crown Attorney.
uelfare. security and "affection hibiU that will be on view here
i-iihout regard to race or creed during the Festival of Britain
-ini s.v.in
MISS AM) CHILDREN'S SOCK*
CLEANERS, POLISHEH AND HKI'SllES
BEDFORD djmveiji
VANS
$2,135.00 Usual Fleet Owners Discount
I Ol It I I NY GARAGE
ROBLR1 THOM LID.
While Park Rd.
Dial 1391


PACE FOl'R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
II I Mi \Y APRIL 17, 1951.
BARBADOS
ri
AtfvOGttE
by the Advocate Co-, Lb... Bread t*t_ Bride* Mwn
Tuesday April 17. 1951
OF the total number of employees in
skilled and semi-skilled occupations in
Barbados in 1947, not more than 1 or 2-per
cent had received any pre-emplnymcnt
training. Moreover 74 per cent of them
had iM'ver received any secondary school
education. These words ought to be hung
in flaming lire over the Barbados Public
Buildings for everyone to see whenever the
subject of education is discussed in the
island. They were written by a select
committee on Vocational and Technical
Training which held its first meeting on
17th July, 1946. and met on 35 occasions
before submitting an unanimous report to
the Governor.
The committee recommended that a
Training Centre be established for edu-
cating and training apprentices one full
day a week over five years.
The committee recommended that a
Technical Win); be added to Combermere
School so that pupils of the school may be
given courses in Engineering and Building
sciences, and that the Technical Wing be
so designed that it could accommodate not
only the technical students of Combermere
School, but also the apprentices.
The committee regarded the erection,
equipping and staffing of the Technical
Wing at Combermere School as both neces-
sary and urgent.
The Committee estimated that initial
costs would be $,(34,000 and recurrent ex-
penditure $24,500.
Why was the technical wing not built ?
The answer is that Barbados is still
behind the rest of the world in matters of
education. People here are not yet aware
of the uselessness of the "3 Rs' cither as a
substitute for education or as a qualifi-
cation for linding employment. Harrison
College, a school with 120 sixth form boys
was allowed $84,717 in the 1951-52 estim-
ates. The West Indian University gets
$53,280 per annum, an increase on $19,200
which had been granted until September
1950, although only 2n Barbadians are
undergraduates there out of a total of 140.
Barbados scholarships account for $27,-
136. Meals for elementary school children
will cost the taxpayer $114,000. Repairs
for elementary schools are to cost $40,500.
Educational apparatus and material ac-
counts for $39,630. Total emoluments for
education personnel in Barbados for 1951-
52 are $1,017,897 out of a total recurrent ex-
penditure of $1,737,949. The above figures
are indicative of the fact that Barbados has
money to spend on education and spends it.
But the expenditure on subsidising Barba-
dos scholars and the University College of
the West Indies proves how tragically un-
aware of Barbadian needs is the present
educational policy of the Government.
Nor is the present Government to be
blamed for originating such a policy. They
are only carrying to excess a policy of
neglect of vocational and technical educa-
tion which has cost in the past and is cost-
ing to-day the island dearly.
It is high time that the recurrent expend-
iture on Harrison College be reduced and
that excellent institution be restored to a
size which will allow it to function as a
first grade school, and the amount saved
be channelled off for use in starting a tech-
nical and vocational school as suggested
by the Select Committee under reference.
And lavish expenditure on relatively few
Barbados scholars and undergraduates can
only be justified, if the large numbers
needing technical education are not over-
looked as they are to-day.
OMI II I.aim: IIS SAY:
Radio Infrrfvrvitvr
To I'h' Crflfor, the Advocate,
SIR,At the moment of writing this, all
my hair is on the floor besides me. I have torn
it out in desperation while trying to listen to
a broadcast through a mass of interference
generated by passing vehicles. Will no one do
anything about a situation which is getting
Worse day by day ? Is I the responsibility ot
the Police Department to prevent this inter-
ference, or the Highway and Transport De-
partment which will be examining vehicles
soon before the issuance of licences or Kilroy
vho was (me here ?
When the tax of 10 was imposed on radio-
set owners, their anger was cooled somewhat
by another act which required that all motor
vehicles should be fitted with suppressors.
The latter has been entirely forgotten by all
concerned but certainly not the lornier. Year
after year, reminded by notices in the Press.
radio owners must cool their heels in the
Treasury to pay their tine. Vehicle owners
have the use of the roads for their tax. What
there are storms about, a talk or two during
the year and of course, the aforementioned
. iiimuous interference with all other legiti-
mate broadcasts. A subscriber In Rcdiffusion
asks me t6 be consoled by the fact that I get
interference for my ten bob while he gets
nothing for hi
Suppressors are not expensive and all car-
producers and motor mechanics say that they
do not affect the performance of mot hide has them fitted
(if they ;ire any. they do not pass here).
Mavbe the Barbados Automobile Association
and the proper authorities will do something
'OPTIMIST".
TOWN HII TIM. OF THE
UOIILO-I
By CARLOS P KOMI Hi
AMMRtr
From Tlw RoUri^a
hat lulling tin- Pn
urrat purpoM s nitd prinelpl
bodM-d in it. and ''' acUvltli
ill Mb organs.......mil the right of
discussion will bo tree and un-
trammelled and will range over
the Trufttemhin Council. Th*
'*'' term* of trusteeship agreei
and their alteration or amendment
(except those for strategic areas)
must be approved by the Aaaam-
l-H bly '" th- prfa,.lon ' tf)*'Jn,!I
Tlio General Aw-mbly af M

number if titles during its five
years of eventful lite. It has been
described as the "town meeting ol
tne world". BM 'Ymkpit I I HM
natkuiK." the "mirror of mankind''
It has been all these to soon
extent. The General Assembly
is the closest we have come ti
uL VtiLStPb .-"Tr" '"" !*
Aucmblr. out Ihr League was nrl "2. ^, I "I11"'"1 '!T
new n.l.ons of the Fa. Mart, main rategorles: (1) mi mien
Asia, and the Middle East what* *?*'**'*****'*
t^JVmttEUfc .conomlcTndloc^l ^oper^Von; Under the Charter, members
^l^S^rer, *>* (3) operation of the Inter- the Un.ted Nation, -dminlaterln*
alional Trusteeship System, the
'. United Nations exercises supar
vision over the administration o'
Trust Tei ritor.es through tbe ex
aminatlon of annual reports
from the administering
.minorities and of petitions from
the inhabitants, supplemented by
the Trust Territories to conduct
on-the-spot studies of the cond;
fnU-rnaUonal tiona obt*lnln* therein
ere "represented" In the League
the
I'oicr and a vole They stand on
equal fooling 1
most powerful
States
"Open diplomacy" has boen UM
rule in the General Assembly
5ince Ha creation. As a result.
the debates have always been <
l>aken and sometimes quite bu-
l< r. with (c
h(. rational Trusteeship System an nrt Njiirms General Assembly overseeing the fulfilment of the governing have jiccepted as i
h f tS^SS^SuS^hM, oblisWtlcns of the Colonial sacred trust the obligation to pro
T u-v-stand 'nn >"wpr toward the non-salt- mole to the utmost the well-bein,
Ih the "oldest .mil governing territories under their of the inhabitants at those Tern
,.f .1,., mmihT ndministiation, tones. Member Slates administer
ing nnn-selfgoverning Territone,
The Security Council. B- 1 linv. wnlch are outside the Tnisleesh^
(marked, has the decisive power System are required by the Char
iml therefore the primary respon- teT to fUbmtt to the Serretan
lotUty for the maintenance of General periodic reports on th.
International peace and security economic, social, aid educational
under the Charter. The General conditions obtaining in those Ter
Assembly, however, may consider Tttories Although no machinery is
Hi. gi-neral principles of inu-rna- prov|ded in the Charier for exam
tional co-operation in this neld. lnlna ,n0ae reports, the Assembly
including those governing disarm.-- ftBl ,nsiructM ihe Secretary Oen-
inent and the (ontrol ann erB, lo ,ummariie and analyse the
regulatlnn of armaments, and it lnformation received At each of
; ay mike appropriate ihe four regular tet-sions hold thus
jeconimendntions to Ihe member for> |n(l Awernbly has n.me<, 0
. L,. S^wiy Council. spccla, commjuee Io consider the
orJf ' > .., reports on conditions in the non
The General Assembly may re- (Clf-governing Territories and thu.
nlrro. commend measures which It eem- k lrark of ^r progress to-
i. I i.ieessarv fr th- i.r.iicful solution ,.._,^i ,if 0,-rl,n-,.nt
ol humanity's conscience It has 0l aiiy dfspule or ,[lIuMloll. Icgjird. *" self-government.
efleetively brought to bear in.. ]r5s of 1(i oriIiri( which lt ,^,^0 ,n addition to these functions,
moral power of world opinion on mn ||kc|y tQ provc detrimental 10 the General Assembly has a
*. < n'-neral welfare or to impair number of important administra-
Iricndly relations among nations, live and budgetary powers. The
unless the proqtem has already assembly elects ihe six non-
baan taken up by the Security iiermanent members of the
Council. The Assembly may also Security Council, all the members
bung To 'he Council's attention of the Economic and Social
luations which are likely to en- Council, and the elective members
international peace and cf the Trusteeship Council. Voting
lily independently, the General A
Under Article 13 the Assembly bly and the Security Council elect
Initiate Studies and mak. the members of the International
rbal holds '.arred
Hence the censure, 'cockpit of
the nations". But precisely be-
rauM Ihsi mamlm eountrtM have
expressed their minds and unbur-
dened their he iris so fully in Itt
session halll and committee rooms,
DM General Aasembb) has romc
'.) ratsact ihe will of mankind to
a greater degree than any other
international instrument It ha?
served both as a barometer of tn.-
Id's tcmocr and as
the moat important oi ihe world':.
problems.
The erroneous notion has per-
slated that the General Assembly
in merely a "debating WCMty
This error arises from a Daawon-
reption of the nature and scope tftnr
of the functionj. and powers of ,_tutL.v
the Assembly. Under the Unit)
Nation. Charter, the dtCWt
power in all questions directly
.nay
bly ., nolUwreby reduced to im- ll>* progreBiyc developmcnl ol comnwnd.Uon ol the MM
"rbS'. "n" p"ri StSi I'nlled NJtlon, .rr vclcd in |bo wh.cl, 1. >
tntton. t;.iin,il Aucmbly and, under the l*e the Interlni
The General Ai.embl, ha. been General Aen,bly. m the Eeo- Uttle Awmbly
denned correctly aa "eutnfially a i.omlc and Social Council. Ur:
which wa,
created by the General Awembly
SuberiiToierieeTn., and reVSw" the Aaaembly reala the repon.i. '"'" fU^SSTSji
,n. organ." [la aulhority as .uch Willy lor promoting higher ,t.-,no. '" 'u"c"0''* "' '^' l8',' '1?.
SSaSWSiTK naSaV^no^'^rhe^ ^^^^,^n^i
v i r u the Ch.rler ami ex- i'd related problems, and W nd other ornivs oj the United
^J^to!$&!l* o.ter culturafand educational Natiw well .^l and
nake recommendations to the cooperation among nations U 2tiS?*SLJFZ?* wnrt
ISSrffi sesdi%ss ^s'^pr
X^S3riS !UAl^^sgbrmglngSPeela,- K^iS^
SnrwKiiS l^ny ,ed agencies in ihe health rpporUoiu the expenses among the
which ilie economic, social, and cultural member States. .....
considering field* into relationship with the The mere recital of all theiv
re United Nations must be approved functions should suffice to show
hy the General Assembly before, that the General Assembly hai
take effect. The Assem- much .Krerter authority, hcaviei
c A, bly may recommend measures for reponslbility. and morework than
itralia's co-ordinating the policies and aC a "debating society. The Assem-
"'"' ... ...-.-_____1- - ~- ,.a,t .lulu .llil'l.. 1I\l
dispute or siliialion
Security Council
unless the Council Itself
quests. Stan with this limitation.
the range of the Assembly's "de> '''
liberative power" is immense.
:nSeV.,lhe"sknAn'nc^o S^TSTS^iffiii^ ~ W, may no. oni, d.cu,s
, cm <.l IMS .!, drSS The function, n.i power, ot the question wlthm the scope of h.
,1 t",l IbtUna cEfiir, point- """* Nl,,i "h """A lo Charier: It may also make he
cd out Ihe Charier estnbhshea Trust Temtone. with the excep- necesaary recommendallona un.
Ihe clear rlghl ol the AaMmiblr lion of strategic area, which are less the queallon Involves an inler-
,,,,,*, every aspect of Bu under Ihe jur.l clion of the Se. rational dispute which ha. beer
I,!,,.. cvcrvlhinu' .,'nVamcd l cuntv Council arc exerclaed by Ihe placed before the Security Council
11 and 'everything covered by ,1 General Assembly mainly lhrour.li ;,.. .,;.,. ;., :.,.. ...-t,",.
ll< iikm ra > In The West Indies
The following cable, between Ihe Covcrnor of Anguada and the Busloiry al pi-c.nl refus... lo Iheless congra ulaUon. or
Secretary of sOif,- for ihe receive any Government eml. eminenUy aatananoiT
Colonies may be ol interest lo aarira on hi. islet of SanlabuJToo. rnlse. coal to "' . d
mure hlslorlam. and lo any Shall continue my overtures as Exchequer of maintaining Isl
I
S cerium as Exchequer of "alnWnlM h.lnd
workers in employment estimated
iilure l,ishians. and to any Shall loud
vellers hi Ihe WfM Itnlif. who you direct "7"" ".'kVb'e V Mihooo
may be eonlemplaling w.lllng .5--Seerela of Rlale I. &- '' * '- ,d,
&.s ,xs,i srssr*, your ss:te^
*gszz-JS~* ?;rr.:-o.. u SFSSt^sP^
Regret inform you Buslairy has geereUrj ol Mute. u rl ColoniaiTSvmposlum
calle,! general strike through Rioting continues Death roll ,.,.. fl^BanS An.uada to
Sanllary and Other Workers' now 31. Damage lo property "*" ~ .-ir.-i=.
Union. Demand, minimum wage estimated at 1123.000 Request 22^7 with apparent wife
50 dollais week all manual cruiser wllh delachment of ^ .. -Cim^,, w,n arrive Tly-
workers Much rioting In pro- Marines Suggest H.MS KliHly "",.,!,, ,a,1S
rrcss. Seven deaths so far. If Light from Bermamas. Headache
met, demands will cripple Insufferable. Bustairy still hold. MB Secretory of Stole la
colonv's economy. Elections himself Incommunicado. Governor. Aniuada.
based ci universal suffrage due li.!.SS.secretary of Male lo You had not mentioned
in April. Advise we accede lo Govemc.-. Anguaaa. Bmulry's greal pmonal ehnrm^
Union, demands This will lead Kindly Light under Cant. Clearly future leader. "j""
lo Buslairys election as PTime Mowcmdown has aalled Iron, "sit New pe">l aj dengPH
Hinlalcr In April, and closure ol Bermamaa. Arrival anticipated ' >*>** ""
pl...,v.ii,oiis, lacUsele,. elc whicli 12.2 52. Mnwcmdown to be under purtenanee. are happy
will lie unable to continue vour command. Resioct for dem- H.M. Governmen's expense. Some
protlloble operation, in aboul ocrallc principles essential. Mow lemale children Mem very wel.
one year Ihls will cause wide emdov.n has been instruclcd that 2v.rpcd'
spread unemployment, hardship, u oul of every 10 rounds must be **** Governor. Aniuada to
and further riots. Moderate blanks Your Colonial Secretary Sew*^*rjr ** 8yato.
faction led by Harris will then should take charge if you are ill Buslairy and hi. PTommuni.'i
probably achieve power and 11.2.52._Governor. Angnada to p"">' 'r'*11 m SB w'h
exlremisls led by Buslairy and s,cUry of Slate. "V"',n"".m"Jor"yi1,""""I ft
Keskad, WlU l diK-redilcl for Headache atallng. Thanks for f'"mH.Vi..i, '"".di "LS.|5.
,on,e year.. With moderate. In Klndl, Light. Iluslai.v has agrc-d 'f* STi"5,^- A,mM S'^IZ*
power Magna Mines may lake up m ..mployers 14.2 52 Rioting &t!"SE&>* SASST^
their wide option, and extensive ,,,i,m,es North wing of Govern- 5" aa'""'1 asalatance to
nLntral development will prob- mer.t H.aise gutted In minor con 1? r!*' a __. ,
ably occur, to Colony's benelll tlagTatiOt, 294.12 seerelary of sttoto to
Wl&liSSS* 8e sa "H S52 * " to wgr^cSTg democrauc
il-jLlSl! iP* Govemc. Aagaada. progress. Fabian Society Com-
t.oremor Anguada. Rrarc. u.oek^nd d^lny Socr(.. mlnCf, dpUfhte(1 Wha( news o(
Your primary responsibihl> lo tan North. East, Sooth America Magna Mines?
control unrest i n your colony Colonial Council of U.NO urges 5 g..u Govern**-. Angaasla to
This outweighs all long-term i-aapeet for rights of downtrodden Secretary of Mate'
eonsideralioni No course which workers. Bear this in mind Car. Magna Mine* will not renew
I envisages future disturbances is _VOu compromise at 45 dollars their option. P^spects of mineral
Iwise. UNs watch on Colonial IS.UX.-Governar. Aniuads lo -levelnprnent now excessively r*
affeiii-s nm*t be kept 111 mind. II Secretary of SUle mote. Our Director Medical
tcortumy should bo dislocated Conference held on 14th and Services for,- 1st a population
H.M. C.overnment may make 15th. Bustairy made preliminarv expansion by 2S'> In 10 years
grant lo enable industrial and speech in Stringemup Squssre 15 Have made formal appli-
agncullurol enterprises to con- casualties among Mowemdowns cation through usual channels
tlnue in interests of workers Marines 3 superficial wounds tor my transfer My position ap-
Miul iiimeoiate confer among members of Anjmada elec- pears untenable as I am blamed
ence of Uust.nr- und .my aracna- tur.ttc. Comprimise achieved at by workers for use of nVl
ble representatives of employer? m dollars with incidenui bene- forces in recent riots and by em-
Some compromise must be fiu in food, insurance, extra ployers for my capitulation to
achieved. Regret your sugges- holidays and pattttoM estimated workers' demands,
UpM therefore inacceptable. at 7 dollars per week. Subse- 10 S.SZ. Seeniary of State t
Please report progress. quent ovations for Bustairy whoiw Gaeernr.-. Aaguaaa
2.5!--Gavenior, ARguaaa to lUvtion is now certain. Future Your skilful conduct of recent
Kerrelary of Stale. Colonial aspirants to public office disturbances clearly warrants pro-
Am in hospital with superficial will wa'.eh his career with inter- motion. We have a quiet uov-
rii.el wiunds Irom stone-throw et Rioting t,til| continues. ernor-General's post in view for
lug. Regret your reaction <>f my lj.2.51! Secretary of Slate W you. Too bad about Magna alines.
Hava calhad fiovernar. Aniuada Instnutions follow by air but 1
conference of Buitairy. Green- Your head injury appears to .. 9 On Page S
'The Professor" Fights
The Underworld
From FREDERICK COOK
NEW YORK
ESTES KEFAUVER. America's man
against crime and sworn enemy of Frankit-
Coatello, Joe Adonis and the other colourful
characters of the twilight world, is not al
all the type one might expect.
About him there is none of the flamboy-
ant, hectoring, blustering, loud-tie District
Attorney of Hollywood and Chicago. He is
big and rugged. But in this 47-year-old
Senator from the backwoods country of Ten-
nessee there is more of the earnest professor
than of the headline-hunting swashbuckler
His quiet voice flows smoothly, without
rasp. His accent is a pleasant, soft Southern
irawl. But some of those who have faced
nim and his Senate Crime investigating
Committee have learned that there is punch
behind that diffident smile, a mantrap
those seemingly harmless questions.
NON-STOP BATTLE
Krf.mv.-r (his name is pronounced Ess-tess
KEY-fawver, the faw rhyming with fault) is
described by some as looking like an Ameri-
can version of Sir Oliver Franks.
He has built his whole political career on
a nonstop battle for cleaner government.
After taking a Yale law degree in 1927.
he went home to Chattanooga, Tennessee,
and started in practice as a local solicitor.
Business, he says now. is best described as
having been "on the thin side." He picked
up eight dollars in the first month, was
delighted when the takings went to 21 dol-
lars in the neat
It was not long, however, before Kefauvcr
was one of the Souths more successful attor-
neys and the money flowed in.
Inside five years his income was "several
times" the 5,000 a year he gets now as a
senator.
He had no political ambitions until he
turned his mind to a minor local reform and
extracted Arm promises from all the candi-
dates that, if elected, they would back it
Those who won at the poll promptly "forgot"
their commitment.
Kefauver decided that day he could trust
nobody in politics, and at the next election
put his own name up for the Tennessee
Senate.
He-lost narrowly. But his campaign had
fired such public interest that a year later
they elected him instead to Ihe United States
Congress in Washington.
FOOTBALL, TOO
Kefauver has little time for any books but
those on political and economic matters. But
he is no dull dog. He likes a party, loves
travelling and striking up acquaintances with
people he meets in trains and in the air.
Fishing was a passion with h'm oncethe
mountain streams of Tennessee are among
America's best trout watersbut he has little
time for it now.
At college he was a track :tar and played
a hard game of football. Now his absorbing
hobby is carpentry.
"My most successful recent project," he
says, "was to fix a new door on my daughter's
playhouse."
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L.E.S.
Plan For A Colonial Town
LONDON
CLUBS are of more significance in the
Colonies than they are in Britain, where
there is already a wide range of cultural and
social activities open to the inhabitants. This
view Is held by town-planning expert, Mr.
G. A. Jellicoe. and he expresses it in his plan
for the capital of Northern Rhodesia. Lusaka
In this plan, he makes provision for a
theatre, a cinema, gardens, a fountain, park-
land, a town hall, hotels. lido, cathedral
show rooms, golf courses, etc.
African and European housing are
planned to accommodate increasing popula-
tion. Emphasising how necessary it is to bear
in mind the population problem in relation
to town-planning. Mr. Jellicoe, a London
architect, points out that in Lusaka the
European population has more than doubled
itself in the last three and a half years.
He envisages industrialisation and demon-
strates how industry should be concentrated,
with light industry on either side of the com-
mercial centre, and heavy industry located
near railway sidings.
Freedom for the expression of native cul-
ture is another factor in Mr. Jellicoe's town
planning for Colonies.
Equally important in Colonial town plan-
ning is what Mr. Jellicoe calls "the continua-
tion of the ecological plan", including "politi-
cal ecology". He feels there have been
attempts in the past to destroy all existing
ecology and plant a new one in its place, t
The essence of Colonial life, he says, is "water |
and trees" and so in Lusaka he ensures there1
will be avenues, in orderly and aesthetic
fashion, and fountains in the parks, so that. I
as Mr. Jellicoe puts it. "people can see and
feel that there is water about," and all with
good mental effect.
Not everybody will agree with everything
in the proposed magnificent lay-out of Lusa-
ka. The separate schools, the different types
of housing, won't be in keeping with the [
views of certain schools of thought in the
Colonies today, but it is clear that the im-
proved amenities and conditions provided for
in the plan, will go a long way towards rais-
ing standards of health and living.
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TUESDAY, xi'illl. it. 1911.
BARBADOS 1DV(M Ml
i'\(.i: FIVE
CRfCT DEMOCRATS
tlRllft
t satchelX
CLUB
^

you* ow.v iiitlg
A/AMES
77/47" JDWAT
77%f *tMtV
I.
< m*mi
Pf Ron
rrrommendftf /or the Nobel peace Prize tecaus,
principle of "spiritual disarmament." The man
deputy. Virgin-* Fillppo VtrgtUi, rtted the Prctttitnt't efforts lor
President Perov Hat '''
f his "fustic,dllif (> n Iplti
made the tuivestioi : A Pi
'. ';u> fust made of his
i'-lament, m decUirtriu that fltoMtC energy obtained by
'.e employed fur pe( ceftil pursuits"
liondon atsurssa Srrvlcf
i.i.i. s Trui., Fr i# Vincent's Sea Island
wi*.** Cotton Is World's Besl
p VERY MOftMNC. (or the pal
J-r (cw wevks Ihrw police attl-
leu-* could be seen practising at
Queen'* Park. They arc H-rol ArctMr, Eric Denny and Albert
Blennmn wbo arc prcpunn* Rr
the Tnnutari Police Spurts.
They will leave the island on
April 28 to take part m these
Last year the same three
represented the Barbados Police
Force. Denny came second In the
440 yards and Archer third in the
100 yards. The Relay tPuin *,
placed second.
Archer ind Illenmnn arfU lake
part Hi th 1 ik* mid TZ't vunfc races
while the brunt of the long dm-
tnnce races will be borne by Eric
Dtmy, Al the InU-n-.-lnnial Sports
or Kensington last year Archer
won the 100 yards. His time was
B.R seconds.
DIKING the tourist season this
year many stores did a good
trade in chinaware. Messrs Cave
Shepherd Co.. was one of these
i-nd some tourists bought whole
Says Sprotl
Canadian
Efforts Run
Into Trouble
Wayside
Groceries
OTTAWA
Canada's great hoi*- of em
world getting a flourishing Intel
national Trade Orgniu...
dwmdUng Ofllciabi say
now m>c little. cli..:uc nf
Htwinn Chartti instru
by winch the hope nJght havi
.ilizeiibeing ratified DV
vrarM Iradliti nations
Dlarouraied b> tnr
One purchaser. Mr E. Tappan.
MR. A. V. SPROTT. Controller of Suppli.
Vincent, lold thy Advocate yesterday that tin
cotton and arrowroot still remains the besl in the world
and they intend to live up to that standard.
He said that the Arrowroot Association had beer in-
stalling new machinery and the planters were looking for- f^.*
ward to Letter prices for the 195152 crop.
------- Mr Sproti arrived lu.
Friday from British Guiana by Internal
B.W.I.A. for the Suppl) Off* inino. -
toranca which opined ai lance on the mallei rid
i Hou^e yesterday morn- Geneva AfrWnM I
.ng under the chairmanship of next beat thlnfl to I he I
Professor C. G. Beasley. lie U I TO Mi narcc
Sellerci.ro t.bin. t- ,,., ,M*'a>.nK at the Marine Hotel um int.. u rnf
groceries m a small way. The to British Guiana to study the Torauav aTauland
Th?e- iy' . Marketing Orcanisalion with a falied to reach agree..,.
This wayside selhng seems to view to esUbJishing a marketing mo round of 1....1T net?
be very much a home affair. For dJvWon of Ihe Control Deport- Rnd this dis.igieeme,u. involving
instance. Gartleld Cor bin. a hearty, mem in St Vmeemi Prior e> the British preferential larifl 5
grcving seller who has changed J.*,.,^ J***1 ""IT^l ,he Rlce P*cted l<> expand lo eiwi.nipass

Self-Help In Antigua
ANTIGUA -.in con-
tvlh the pr posed e bulldtng programme.
I the vtsil is bcin i i Colonial DejvtJop-
metil i V i M li.S Finn Point l'i" linnme.
parU .ii,. Mr Elk 11 Faa
Fined 20\- hid
ISol Stop
Im ai thi
tfouairm Authnritv. Mi
Mum../ ,.f ihe Puerto R
v.

ami Mr W M WoOdhou i
1

ill.'
unpoa
a iu,
Vounsj i
as con
Appeal
Brmw
yesterday.
Young was found guilty ol fl
I
'uni to p
I 8 jii|".i
writs, i \. i |j
denee for the pi i
..... Wer from selling nranffei and Co,n,t'.rl'nrc
Rodgers. Publisher-Travel Editor oln^'" fnilt to selling English pota-
of the Advrrtker Tribune Tiflln. toes, onions, condensed milk and
Ohio, bought many articles of "imilar items, sits with
chinaware from this store. He ' the wall of u bullditic ;it the
bought two pieces of the 'Balloon "Me of the slreet
Woman" "
loon Man" He wrote lo a friend fore him It is a normal push yenr would "be" affected
i Trinidad.
When he left St. Vincent on
Maxell Iti. condition, were satis
factory, and unlike Grenada.
there was no labour trouble.
Since February, there was no
nan" but cud not get the "Bal": He has cart, with his stock be- r^g^^'ptvl^n'Vro'p8; uS
, Man He wrote to a friend fore him It is a normal push yPBr wouW ^ aflected as a re" It
ui Barbados yesterday stating that cart but it has n fmme upon It of the heavy rains of February
he would like to know- if it was and card nailed across Besting
possible to purchase the "Balloon on the bench at Corbin's side are
Man" because "Ihe gal is getting his scales and his canh box
lon.ly" Fortunately the firm has This card covering is evidently
only one in stock and this will he 0nlv a dry weather affair, but Cor-
supplied to Mr. Tapnan- Rodgers bin's argument Is that here, we get
f AixoLM davis of Ashford, nv-- aunu davt Ami reJny dl
John, reported that his Fr Gorbm and the other sell. -
MA
house was broken and entered bc-
i the line, thorp Is no great stir ne
Belter TraiiNport
Air transportation had greatly
improved now that B.C. Air-
ways had based a Grumman
plane in St Vincent and were
operating live times a week from
St Vincent instead of once and vlnu* 7** '" Switzerland Since
people, more in particular bus)- *n,B t"""ada has been waiting
Huls.
buat) rfaU, Si I
Police M.ii:i.trMte\ ei.ni-
Af i i In*
..i uiuagi
i cod thai
h\ which Hi-
v
fourteen hun-
I odd I
i
nt by the peopli rll- ,,,itl n January 26 at about H 40
"ages fatting dacM '" lw h'"' nopped Ida bleyck
,.. | .- d eh .i- -.1 tm
Aided Sell Help*1 approach H lunctien of ^^lll^ .
the oni) ch laboui Pino Road.
can be rul down Ihua help- Young rode up Ma >
ng a very much larger number di,i not -top at Ihe majoi
t people lo pM . home Mi rtM* He went aftei young am
''"''' explained rnaele eartaja anqulrtai
U^2? *" *"** ho verj ureeastfulh "Aided was reluctant la ajvll
T'"' l; i ii.ii la bt .uiswore.
mouu Tiave cornrniaed tonu ii llva vUiacoe *iUi permanentl Vouiut, in hla derenco, arid thai
mto potlcy oftwaof (Uroni small hou , mi u i did lop tl me maja
cost in Pi. It and put till l<
grmiml Whe- he rode Ofl
Em beord aoBBoooe eUppiri i He
looked back and -, s. ,.. .
him He told Baal) that h.^ ha I

in anrwoi to Bgl loi le, Youn
said that ho know assail era
policeman He stopped el the
major road Rtudl ibOUt two 01
in then

civ i..v
trad, taxation and ix'gulat,.., ,,,.,,
H.iMin.i Mecliny
ProUrnlnary agreemein ensV
renched three years ago at a
Havana conference of the mem-
bers of the Geneva agreement.
rules] had l tween B.40 pm. on Friday and 5.30 about 1* Ju ^"f ,R alWBv'11
.m. on Saturday and a gents' good round of buvers. but tl
wrist watch valued $40 and $45 in gains are not
cash were stolen. Tho Police at
. ... particular bus|-
found It lew difficult to ,or.lhc nations
Light ,
mak.ng investation5
"C*Ot*R mahogany trees which
*V were growing at i'
James, wore stolon lx*tween March
23 and Saturday. Tlie incident
I i itcd by Mr. A. Skinner
of Witch wood House. St. Peter
The value of tho trees is unostl
male I
ALAOTI wrist watch valucJ
$B6. six Trinidadian one dol-
lar notes and two French coins
were stolen from the dwelling y%'?*:*,."V.!,,1*
house of Bwarl Chambers at Hag-
gatts. St. Michael between 4 00
pjn. on Saturday and 9.30 u m
ci Sunday. Tnc ,oIal value is
Mf nd the article* helonp tJ
|fl 1 sic Chambers, his wife.
A VERY INTERESTING talk on
"The Activities of Y.W.C. A. s
In various parts of the world"
, given at the Y.W.C.A.s Head
,-ery large Corbin
can. however, make sufficient to
keep himself and family.
Aircraft Carrier,
Destroyer Leave
For Boston
get in and out of the country
He said that there was im-
proved hotel accommodation m
order to boost the tourist trade.
The island was privileged to huvc
a visit from tho S S Mauritania
last month and this had explode.) dtan oxtpanal aft.
the idea that n large tourist ship departments
d
ke Bnal
atincatiiHi. Particularly. Canada
dni for the t'nite*! Slat
to take the lead. So were othOTI
But Congress al Washiru;!-.-*
has not given full eonatderafton
the matter and both tho Cana-
and trade
sign that it
n IBS near
II llll' .lll>
|
Iructed in the mixing of CetneeM
Hid m ih,. proper metbi
.vititf concrete blocki Hwre hi
itre in (ho dlab
pply f..i materlaai ami looei
I i an ! :> guidance am,
idvtae hiie t iiiM are haipttuj earl
>'her with their BontrucUooi
K.M.C S
MignWrenV/Tsiooo"ions."and "des- _a" Tourist Trade interested ,,1
._______ ut.____-> inn .,-.- a>tl>H al Vincent wtnob is one of the
"Aided Self Help
i w SprueU
taken on
v weii on the outak i nf King
en encour-
l
uitil .i (..in rootn houae
could not be entertained m St intends to do so m'lhe near Mi, i
Vincent. future much ai poaatble Hi
They werc looking forward in There is -increasing po*s> :
"stop over" visits from Canadian bilitv." li i al Affoln |ua fol
and American tourists and thoji Department In its annual week in order to diacuai
lso hoped to have the Venezuc-
quariei'. Ihnfo! i ' rday nnd
trover Mlemac. 2,300 tons, sailed
sterday at 4 p m. for Boston.
They arrived here on Thursday
on a four-day visit. The Magnifi-
cent was under the command of
Commodore K. F. Adams, R.C.N ,
and the Mlemac was commanded
by Lt Commander F C. Frewer,
R C N.
During the ships' stay here, some
1,230 navy personnel came ashore
and saw the island. They brought
idian dollars in their pockets ^
DaOM hosritable and beautiful
islands in the Caribbean
*
"Sarah Bell
On First Visit
nained
ok in
r.O. will inn. bo eHeh t-10 i :.' '.i.ii.
i Tn. (.;(.f , gdooral I '* rm\ out i ntb
aereement on Unnfri and trade '' ' find Ihe beef, ic-
'a now Importance "' '
Trade ortkuus p-yited oul ih.i- !'''
ti.ugh the Geneva
doa not go i far a Ihe Havana " ln* PoPw ,,( Auticua Man
spending them freely
avonuub) MLta Blaanoi Pronch, Numbers of them could be seen
: of the Y.W.C.A. World each day in the restaurants around
Headquarters at Geneva the City buying themselves a
M- French, who is now visit- drink or a snack while others pro-
Ing the island, has travelled ox- for red the fun of driving
tensively She has vlalted nearly the island in taxis
idl tin' West Indian islands. From day at a beach
Barbodco'she' will go to Jamaica. Quite a few of them told the cargo. _____
This talk was part of the Advocate yesterday that they had On this trip she has brought
Y W CA.'s General Meeting which had a very enjoyable stav here, no cargo for Barbados but is
also took place. Many ladies, who They highly appreciated the pro- taking a load of bottles for Mar-
nre interested in joining the gramme that was arranged for unique.
Y.W.C A., were given enrolment their entertainment
forms and eartal'i avUvKMi
charter. || provide* a ab "'" bava to bi
.'inphafci* on multilateral Irad. bul it is hoped that the
which Is Canada's baste trOd Will bo good be
polli > will it help : build i"
Thn u.hi nJI. m! 4 1 ? V no.du.crlminaUon pride but
Aarah BeU. 50 tons net .ecorde. ulllM .,,. ,)l(| ()(, ,.,. it..-, 1
her (Iraf visi to, Barbados when emphasize the need f I pirit.
iled into Cailisle Hay yes- employment 1 d acOnOrnll pro) r
xeroay morning. actiyity. |WO strong DOiRai ' It washerllrat trip from Mar Miltfana charter. COUW bo provided to the pe
timquc since she was renovated Canuda had high hn|*s of cut Antigua out ' 1 > .......^.
a- In"-'uboui'nr"'^',"-':" "! uni down U.S tariff prefer* ng term "Bettei H
around badlan. will be seeing much inoi.- .nil furthar by granlim: h< r \ .
spending tho ' er as she will be trading the same tariff preference ... ,h(. |lllllsh i;,,^.,,,,,,,.,,, W|l.
I i.mong the islands wHfa general as that granted to other Common uivm rurtrivi for
CLARKE'S "bLOOD MIXTURE
Cleanse the system from blood
Impurities ; many sufferers from
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago.
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
benefit from this well-known medicine.
la LIQUID r T^BlgT fOAM
-I lll-VA
rn.ro\ ( now
see
,H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.-Di.tribuior.
NO FLEAS
ON THIS
DOG..
1 oraxane* Dual P
iMinma II II <'.. i\ .1 i-
paati on I poulny. It ni
psaaaaiil ami M
I
ai- 1- aonViati / KM p*ea
ihn
-lie-
MR.
W. D. HALL
Export Repreienlatixv
of
BAUIHTYNE,
SUWSRT & CO. LTD.
GLASGOW, C.2.
a,t
trM/tfUM 2Vr
.\.iJ, 11'/,;./:.,
Wal h,- msking 4 gixhUill lour
ol ihe Rriiiih and Ncilu-il-u
V 1 g ladlns} < isOBsl russwJoi
ll. uill K* srriying shonly bf
'LOREXANE
DUSTING POWDER
IMPKKIM IMIMKM I'lUHMXl II III \|s, 1 imiii |l
wii uaion uahh himir
sW OW>*a*Sfi
v s BRVDaW 1 suns iiivHimins, iimiiiii
HARRISON'S
BROAD ST.
'i
nuy I

No
icussed.
SAND STOLEN
aay Canadian officials,
question of whether it
.. She arrived with a lew WOOld he "politically wise" for
cases of champagne from Martin- Canada to follow such a policy
They engaged local teams at lque for Trinidad. ''" view or tho positions taken rn
basket ball, football, table tennis. She was built 10 vear* aiio in otllPr Commonwealth countnei
billiards and water polo. Dances New York as a fishing schooner n'
.ind parlies were held for them, captain Athanasc bought her ovoi
'

ched
1953 if tho plai
afafully.
I tCf\
Iloth ships nre expected
reach Boston next Monday.
u>
Democracy
Thiitv-throe-year-okl chauffcu
Jo eph Waithe of Deacons Hood.
SI Michael, was found guilty Of
Mr. A W. Harper, Aetmu Police
Maidatrata of District "A", of lak.
Ing away sand from Brandon-s |rom Pa|(e 4
beach in the motor van M-23 w,j| cxpcct i0 SPO you and Lady
on April 15. r, for protracted visit on your re-
Willlam Allamby who lives near turn to u.K
Brandon'
and started to renovate her into
a passenger-freighter while anc
was in New York. He latff took
her to Martinique whore tho re-
novation was con
The Sarah Bell li.is ., gTO : tOrl
of 60. She is 100 u-
It.C Conditions
Satisfactory
at 9 knots from a sing!*
ind is the owner of the IIISt Governor, Angusds U diesel engir
Klitions on the whole
feet wide and ha* ;i draft f British Guiaiu ure tint unsatlsfa
ght feet. Her speed is average! lory at the moment, Mr Q
._ ordered to pay 1. 12s
by execution for permitting the UM
of the van.
5 For Reckless Driving
Chosterlleld Whittaker of Ivy
[.and. Si Michael, was yesterday
ordered to pay a fine of 5 by
His Worship Mr I A McLeod
OT driving the motor van M-2177
in a rookies* manner on January
27
Feel
from your
Polit
Messervy. Controller of Supplies
and Prices of thai |
AdveeaU- . I UVdl }
He said that it is however real
Ized that tho supply. ,
bacotruof raora i
Drove \\ Ithonl
bkfance
mi j w. n
' hanoi v sod Mi n A .
Judge* of tho A
Appeal, >*
I
m lie who Impoaa I
shillings t., ha paid in. I
Hall of Rail ...
Road. Currlngton Vlihup
hael.
Hall was found guilty of driv
Inn motor v;in '.
bach tree) on .' nus j 2~. wlthou
batm the h< Idei f ihi
fr tin
enauuiw
.iil.irK'td M ihi-
jwjiimg Mr. Hall' i
I .i-.it iMli.
ij |rrmvn St 1 .
I ,
.//.',V,V/('.V.'.V/,'.'/.'.W/l
JONES** FAMILY
ii %:\n SEWEVCI
M AllllM'S
hoikI ln-r
I
liplrte
M'l,
l*rd WjafllJ of Mudler. Webb
House, Jordan, Bucks England
Sincerest condolences "_.the
loss of your seat in General Elec-
tion. Colonial Empire will "iiss tha amoral atoeWpUing In all poi i Col. Cyrus.
yo, Wlm m' Oftl LAP aVtta\ULT nl lil" world- prosecution, said that ..
!?m s^T^L* -------- "- " rUR AS&AULI *r.U nrry.rrivod y ....
ttZLts^MTBaZ' ,.un(., Webster a labourer of morning for tbO Supply Offleen nn Rook bd he
BiTToonSSuiB. you on e Gu! si' fcehaoTwS *g l5nV Ma. M drtvtofjOu
your ol.-ct.on ^nd appointment, fined 20s in seven days or la Hotel He know thai lb.ll had Utken \
ure Colonies will benollt delault one month'-* imprisonment. Aked (he posin.'n with rofard m.vit* test and failed He toidj
wise direction. Chief bv Mr. A W. Harper. Acting tothe exportation of rkx- frotu ||sll thut lie would DO I
inform* me that Police Magistrate of District "A". British Ouiaiut, for driving wlthoul lie
Tho line is to be paid by Instal- Buatairy is arming his followers fut assaulting Police Conatabta M4 Hue Marketm, pjD
ments or in default two months' with view to seizure of full power Searlea while in the execution of .dl axpOCt .mprisonment. Sgt. W. Fordo and proclamation of Atuxuada's his duty. wo-e now in m-joiiiithins with .baaldo him
prosecuted lor the Police. Whit, independence. Await your lnsirnc- jhe offence was committed on Tnnidad wlta terard to a new! f0 addition Tholr Honout
taker gave notice of appeal. tions. April 15. 'rid for that colony. |((i i|an , |) VUVSH STOCK OF
VEGETABLE
SKEDS
By LANDRETH
id "i- ii......ini ii. iii-
(SlrlniloM). Bert. Carrot.
( aasssssOi l-elture
Pepper rnnulo. Kohl Rjbl.
KiidKh NUiapi t iiiiimlwr
Okm, Onion riirnlp. (rf.*.
olc.. etc. m l
nm WEATHERHEAD
LTD.
1 -MAD Of BROAD ST".
1 ' -:*,'.*ss.:*s.'ss.'.','.*.: ,***??'
A ( onijiiicl l-ii'lil\\ei;;lil \|kIuiic nnd a
W'miderfiillv I:tln it-nl Worker cupahle of
in in.- mil the lined ('.. n'iii.1 I il i ; on
nlniiiHl every i.....gimihlo type <>l job.
THE PERFECT
HAND SEWING MACHINE
Simple. Silent iiim)
ll:ii'k\i jirils and Fo
iHy Kiinniit";
.\;inls as Kenitired.
I
MasasVj ?
Special Cash Price $93.74
i roaTW Mraai on aptM attan
The "JONES" Electric Motor
w.lh Nre.lle Pofal l.llht
Can lie littod i|iit.kly nnd easily to Ml) Iffl
of'JONKS" DOMESTIC SEWING HACilTNl
The rmuiliiK < da an nnlisihlo and Ihr
u|ierjlnr feaa ludli hind, free tn ruldr thr
til OUR PRICE- ONLY M6.37 EACH
HARRISON'S
LOCAL
TEL
AGENTS
236J
I
.Hi a moOCrri
h>41.ilt fi
rcvrlallon
Ii.ral fn,i .|h
Tampan In ranftdanc* lo Oiair
ln*nd< Tampax K available at all rhamlala Rau-
lat Tampai No 1 -fur ivralr nradii. nr Hupr
Tiiripai H: J ('. HMttr abMitbviHVI,
prr pack*! of I*.
Siiiiittirv Prolfcliitn
I AMPAA Horn Iiitrrmtltv
MMOMTS mm; storks
I
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lUTllle;, ..
CHOCOLATES
CANNED MUTTON
ORDER THESE TO-DAY!
MILK .t: HONEY RlSC'rnV' %
rMtNIV \T ASM '.II. PHI
CUSTARU CHEAMS
CRBAM < iiAC'KERS
CARHS Cl'EF-SF CRISPS .
PRINKING STHAWS '00 -----
AMERICAN ROYAL JTaXLIBB ft PUDDIN08
M l.s SOUPS
NEILSON*; CHOCOLATES
CORNED IvfCTTON
KRAFT CHEESE ft MACARONI
DANISH l.lVHt PASTS
POTTED MEAT
( <>{ K ||>C FINK Rl'M
IVr Tin
Par Tin
.40
1 11
.73
1
ex
Vn
STAXSEM>. Si OT! A #.. LT10.
Miuli cliis-. FOOTWKAK f<, I i i! two-tone comblnal mi with Cuban
hwls. Some with elOMdl backs Rnd "

and optn tow, Btylai In Black
Drown and While, and Bill
Prices $1138 I $12.44
Cave Shepherd k Co., Lid.
10. II. 12 & II Br..ad SI reel.


PAGE SIX
HARISAIiil* AmtMAfl
TUESDAY. APRIL II, lSI.
.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
CHIC
&
SWEETHEART
TOILET SOAPS
ARE AGAIN AVAILABLE
PRICE! ONLY 15/ CAKE
TAKE HOME A FEW
CAKES TO-DAY
Complete your lilt
from lh*- :
Cuaurd Pow IaIi WorcHawWr S.u . CC ftauc*
Tonoto Kttchup
Tim Sou* iCMHcn. |x(
OlUll Chlcfcrn Noodlai
Tlni T. BulWr
Slat* of Bwon
Sliefd hMD
SH AIM 4. SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
iiOOO
TUM.XGS
for YOU
WINCARNIS WINE
Large Bots. . U.U
Small Ball. I.M
RESERVA WINE
Large Bots. .. *2.M
CRAWFORDS CLUE
CHEESE BISCL'ITS
Tin ......... $1M
PEEK FREANS
BISCUITS in Tins
OLIVE OILin Tins
CHEF SAUCE
in bots.........
Rich & appetising
"BLACKBUCK"
SAUCESBols.
.38
FOR GOOD VALUE
INCH & Co., Ltd.
fi. 7. S 9 Rtwburk Strwt. |
DU1 22M
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Onions. (Per lb.) 16 4 lb. Bag lor . Tono, (1 lb. Tins) 1.23
Robertson's
Potatoes, {Per lb.) 12 8 lb. Bag lor B4 Squashes, (Bots.) 1.28 Uf
(Three Varieties)
Grapes. (Tins) 33 * Kaviar, (Tubes of) 26 22
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
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NEW BOOKS
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VENUS THE LONELV GODDESS by John Erskine
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RELIEF TO HAVE
NO TROUBLE
WITH TEETHING.."
yow t ..I,. Ad. to*. *
ftoSSl] IMtSSk| < tactliifaf
Thec I'..da. nature nftvlw
raey mnlioB*. pfomow rulful elMf,
nd ant abioiUtrly -AH.!
ASHTON & PARSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
"$ood Tbiwi (da diihmalki...
A New Guaranteed Remedy lor the Rebel ol ASTHMA
Dr. JOHN'S ASTHMA REMEDY
This skillfully blended preparation, assure* you oi
immediate reJiei in this most distressing disease and
is the result ot years of intensive study in Asthmatic
conditions.
Keep a Bottle handy and reUeve yourself of the
cQ'LStan; threats of Asthmatic attacks.
Retail Price:-12' Per Bottle
Obtainable at . .
BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG STORES
Ltd-Broad Street
and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hastings
BVS unit
Till < K on WHS
IXSPEVTMOX TIME NEFM
MOT BE n'OHHrtJVti TIME
e
SEE PS FOH-
DUNLOPILLO BUS SEATS
LIONIDE LEATHERETTE
CAHPET MATERIAL
RUBBER MATS
REAR VIEW MIRRORS
12 Veil BUZZERS
ROOF LAMP BULBS .'.
SOCKETS
ELECTRIC WIRE 1 FLEX
BATTERY CABLES
ACCESSORY SWITCHES
rial GALVANISED SHEETS
Hard Gloss WHITE PAINT
for Interior
GREY PAINT lor Flooring
SICNAL RED for Body
HEAT RESISTING BLACK
WHITE LEAD 1 ZINC
MUFFLERS > PIPES
KING PIN SETS '
DECARBONIZING SETS
BRAKE LINING SETS
FRONT SPRINGS lor Ford
I- Chevrolet
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
AND LOTS OF OTHER
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ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
Par Strtet


TIISDAV. APItll. IT, l5l
HAKHAliOS AI1V.M Ml
PACE SI VI n
CLASSIFIED ADS. P,WLM NOT,CES ' *****
TUJPMONI 2 SOS
' -1-..
'ana Calling _
ehe-ee m HOD far 4117 r.umWr o( word
ep to m ird s eerta er ward lor r*h
nJOii-r..: wot* Trrau ea.h. PbOta >M
bets re.i l and pm. Sill lor DeaSh
Nature onl* after 4 [ m
The i-harge tor tnrmunnmMli el
"". SUn-tagee. Death a. Acl .
la-JgmeM*. and In Maanortam rolmi w
IIM on rtk-diTi and SI St on Sunday
lor anr number of wortfa dp *o SO. am
1 emu per word on waak-daja and
4 csnle par word on SunOara
>niii>il word.
I OH KALE
M m(. i-.nJuvf 4 woeSa -
<' > eeoia a u-d trrrfc4
Bt OOd
MM M
tmf a
AITOMOTIVE
IN MEMOMIAM
:i;
i thy dew
QITS***'*Ii. I". .nl memo*
(o\#tl Albertfui I'm
April IV IMP
Tha morning run
flown i.
Whore fragrance nxi did fn*
.dvai.rli.g innrn.
Tha evading aun oerloobed thi
drooping Oouer".
Than night eamo on
Sleep on. Jeep on and lake th*. Mt
Having pamd with ihta world footage
Tor In the mamlHii of Um blal,
You'll waJir ".i that uiwlojdrd mom
Mr. Evalyn Walker idajthtrr-. Mr 1
Graham .l.ro.tin flamual " ilker "eon
in-law. Mt. Ruth flkrrte Nathaniel
Pallors Cinrmvi. Timothv. Andre*
Rather lOrand children' Maicla iQfM>
pand a-hildv
Mras I t. WALKER.
ratrtafll
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
AlT-iMOBllX Vaiu
Prefert running .,rda* a
Sl-SoS tourlea. Oar.
lall 14 . E-lSI
H i.i.h- ...
FSaona-oSlfl
4*11 TIN.
-"* O-alord in A \ candilm.i
"f?B "ul** *-"' IHf 4n.a
W.Wd mi-., and in a.MUant tondlllo'
ToPd Prefect dor* u.ncd r*.lea ^d a*.
in flirt .-lea- condition A|.plv rV-io-
Afrncla, IIJ Ring a 90s
i a I eoi.dltiot ar 1
Garage Trad gig Co
II 4lt- f n
ELECTRICAL
ad IS rtan par acute Mae oa SHaataua, f
i-m-h cara HUM waalt-d-aal
and II SB aa Saaateva
aaala
' a# oaaia Mia o iaaui

NOTICE
"m-i^ii or At frofP April ICIh to Mat II
fjr> all Iraaaaaaa .

Kaluidav April ! fro.n m ai

Am
Km from Id
Kjiwrahk
nan.
atajptaftj kta mh
NOTICE
*" <>i -i i
Th# rarochlal Trrnrr.
i* 'loard on Ti
.'411. .
ONAH-LbjhUiw Plaau lt-15 oiu
arnpa. aoo wan*, wiib Umpa anr
aparra. a. aarnra a. Co Lid.
_________ IM SI I I
FLFKICiFHATOR
.McRfth Be*.
Fl'RNITL'RE
FURNITl'HK .-,..,
CjPinei M 00. iron B
M'llnii HO 00 aa a
ta CO) Stahoganv D
ut oo i >... r>i-, mi
mouni- Haati-an
Red PLlnlru
rt-i'iii Spai'il |iu!
NT, Kil.nrn laDIr
nlna Room Chair*
il MiBrih. -Baau-
IMM 1 .
MECHANICAL
NOTICE
Y. M. P. C
Thr CMafeM Sretiim Kill hold an
poriant nirriih* ifn, aitrrnaan t\\
TUESDAY M1PN
All mambara Intaiaaiad ba CVM
ara r.prrull, a.kcd to alland
W P HOYOf
Crirkal nvvtiuo
IT 4 II In
REAL ESTATE
Till RMOMM I .
t- *- na, *- -, rt ,, ,
rna .ibo>a wm ba ,t tip fc,

T r'
i ..d |i
iHHrlanl Notice
Gcnrrnl Hospital Appoint
iii'-ni of Supervisor,
Main Kitchen
Applications arc invited for the
non-pensionable po*t or Super-
visor. Main KHrhen. General
Hospital, at a salnry of $480. tis
injt by annual Increments of p4>
to Wiz per annum.
Applicants should not be over
40 years of age, should have ai
tainetl a satisfactory standard of
education, and houlri have had pVa'-ani'
*ome experience in hinnekeepln. mouth,
duties on a large scale
in Urmi. ttrrrulr* S\\\r,
modala In Mock
A 1'vrnts a, CO. LTD.
iiiti-t r.N
HOULTRv
rotlLTHY Young Naw
ylhg Hem M n rch.
; ou doidin laaiihax.
MISCELLANEOUS
a\'m i DB*T
" lh[>..lr h* I
in.- leoStkHaaj u.
Applications on forms obtain
able from the Secretary, General
Hospital, should be forwarded to
him not later than 25lh April.
19*1
17 4.51.2n
Observance of Ills Majesty's
Blrthdfty
His Majesty the King has up
Sroved the observance ol His
Irthday in 1951 on Thursday.
the 7th of June.
2 In accordance with the provi-
sions of the Bank HoUdays Act,
1905. Thursday the ?th of June,
95!. will be a Bank Holiday
17.4.51 In
I la.t. AMM l-DFNT
vad Amm-l-rvnl ..
aim tha AnuiHMilum Inn
atop looth dara> II la
and ralraahlng lo thr
ira now. frnm o4ar drua-
>"i or noaaor. *a.intar n*:,i
BATHS In Porcalaln rnnmri In
Whlta. Oraan. Prlmroaa allh ,.ui,i.in
unita to complata colour auitaa. Toi
tad*. A. BiAWnS Co.. Ud.
n i si t f.
CUHTAIH rrTTINOaFor amart win-
dow atyiing. ught control. VaUncaa ann
dr.pari ny Ktrach. DUI 44TS A.
BAIINEB A CO. LTD. HI Si i I n
CORRECTION
Office Accommodation
Temporary office accommoda-
tion (approximately 1,800 squarr
feet) within oru* half mile radius
of the Public Buildings. Is re-
quired, immedia'.ely. Io house a
Government Organisation.
Offers m writiniE should be
submitted to the Financial Sec-
retary. Public Buildings, not later
than the 25th of April
17.4.51In.
"hovtub"! g, co ltd..
oEsTrrvEH niTl.trATotw s.-.
model. |uii raca vrd A S Br*drt! Ai
Sotu tSVdoti Lb PMonc 4S7J
18.4 11 Ifn
1-Af.NDPY STARCH: S B. Purr Cry*
lal Laundr^ Starch 'Imported ifualitvi
in ', It. Parkagr* Aik aa Whol.lrr
Grocer. Shopkeeper IT 4.J1 Sa
HOU.-1'P DAYI.ITE VOVIE HCIUrXN
B caae, good order. Fltt. City Phirmacv.
HJM-lln.
SAW 'UIARPFHER-Ona C.rcular
harpanar and Guileter Suilabk
jwi from 10- to M Thl. ma
Special Meeting o
1001 at S pm
Tl matter to
NOTICE
i m i ii in
4 II-in
NOTICE
i mm ii or it 11 < \
The Put or hul TreaiairCi** Ofnrr '
Lucy, will be op.ne.1 ,. fret
Apiil Mt ItBl. ai KARntSONS .'
TATION YARD. laouaJ h.
O. I DCANt,
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
. I H --l! Spirit. Malt I |g
I i boarded and ahinglad ahop attachcu
i re.ldenc. rttuatad at Hall* \ illag-. V
N B Thia appllcatnn will be coniM
ergd at a lareiuHng Court lo he held ,
Polka Court. Dlat -E\ Htoletown. i
Prldav tha JTth da nl April I Ml i 1
O'clock. m.
S H NtruB,
Polire M.-giMiati
Dirtrlct F Holeiow:
OKI i:\t\i,
SOUVENIRS. JEWELS
New ShlpRaeat opfoed
THANI'S Dtt!
e"
STOVE- I Burner rlorenca Oil Btovi
and double Oven, twili eight monthi old
al> a rollartton of crockery. Dial 1001
MiRelh Beaumont' Hacllngi
IT 4 M_tn
14JI
. I n
VENETIAN BUNDS. Klrtch 8-jn-alr.
II met.1 DeLuae VanatUn blinda, to ro-ii
M*a dalrrapy S >Nki DUI 44TH
S. BARNES Co. ltd.
is a II- t f r.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
granted t.. Reginald Knlgl
Lane. It Mtehaai. tor pru
Hid lio.unr lieanae nt .
Sober Lane. St Michael
Dalad thli 13th da) nl A
To E A McLCOD. Ej
Police Magiitratr. put
.ill.,
I i.r, (i..*J liu-
**> id aM-lS A Saaude
--------.- at Si ian-e-. et..t An.
Redoeed Iror-i 4IM m ClSW A Met
cuag *< R ant of W. i
.u>d Baih.r.g. tB m^ bJ .lt.-jii.~d (I. i
* 3.000 '. CI.TgO. A Cottage b Fonta
r, and U| n K
I A I Bad
R
t-TBiio.' Modern Conveniencaa, SM.ln,r
Yard TwIounI ailh Stnna. Vfeg.'i it-
Hueart Irsm CtMO t. tug ., T..
StStar Stonewall flu^IU-w ug! R,,,,,^.,,.
''? '.'""I* 0*'4-
rt'.-y Area. Varaul H from E? see to f> A P ,
Main ltd. Good Condiho.,
tIKB A lmo.1 Now Small SMonew )!
R^*nre gt ItartlnSa Mom Rood Qgod
Loeatloii Raduead from a'l.gMto tint
- Rock ley Main Rood Neai
'*rly Anything fi, :
'
It- S.1r Value*
1 RaatMg, 1 M. i Call a .< .1 H i '.SI in
u. aq ft ai Vent nor. Ro. Clob. Appis > i -J,, wr-*R .1 IT 4 1 ,
i on m:> i
ktiacnara rha-fc-e
M ceil. Saadavt I
worda S eaala a u
uwd SwadaHa
eOnSa aaor SO
SI'NCMOW R.^
waiim

M AMI II
Mf-raxim cba-oa <.!: T> ceofa aad
<^ar! V.Wr J* agvdg
-rog j OP- ^^t, .,. ,
roro Suoato*.!.
HELP
HAITI II .
Mi-
I',...

VICTOR! \~ On the uaa-atde peai
Worthing, pot Ofnce Me
'-J ..in >ieol>"n" refns-
eratoi. Radio F.letlik-. i-
in nesJroopii, Servant room and cargge
lanoni
:>uii aiso or sen vi.m.n
14 4
rrMBSSIfY3rd A.
laving S liedroom< f
uai.able m,>neoaateU foi
UM Bell.-, .'r

lapo and a hal,
ning 4MI
IT 4 11- |g
IIM 4 MIOVYI
MOIIkVRN HH.II MHOSII
new pupila. n .
*n- Hill ba-
PILGRIM ROBBED
rome. AorU
Brazilian piignm Mrs. Al.it.
Perreira rwpseted t- poiico la"!
night that thieve loii i
c(.ntninlng Jewellery worth iboiit
SI 5.000 while hc w.i I
Peter'!. Basilica yesterday a""
,,,..-. Revter.
U.S. VUti Vi ill
9taa MsUioMvrea
NORFOLK. Va.. April 16
Ships, riant* and nsbfnariaaM
if hm United Stotes AtUntti-
Elect will engage bl i>'
next month in the b> triangle
termed by Norfolk. NYwfoundlant
and Bermuda
Fleet Headquarters said the
manoeuvres ure designed *o polish
teni ol vuirtinn
irerchnnt ship tonvoy protrtliot
F.igbty ships will t;,k,' Mr, .
Hhf "i.mt*uvres which will bsilr
on April 30 and run to May 17
Admiral W M Fethlt'lei Com
mander-ln-Chlef of ine Atlanti.
Flee! will be In command of
manoeuvres.(0.P.)
aJ/iconKioiis After Accident
ON Sunday night, a pedeMiUi
iind the motor car A US. own*-:
by R. A Lee. from Caura fJ4
St Andrew, and driver M Rauberi
llenn from M*-lvm\ Bill, 81
Joseph, were involved in an ac
cldent along Bellcplame i;.imi
The pedestrian was taken m uM
General Hospital in so uncon -
ncIoub state
Two Seho-.l n*
I
16
Jo*00
MIM/E1.LANEOUS
,N

date T
f" Barbadd
PTMiUaau td make airangem.
ba*ora ***** Itdg oumHS i
< t ratga. houo addret
ber Tiill particuaari ale
I ..ITen r.niiiii be r
e.< Appt> n-.s b:i c o Aatvo.
< 4
CANF.S BURNT
SHORTLY after 3 am ntttl
day six acres of ripe canes thr
property | Lasi
dtswoyed bj nra si,ut d gen
pi rtpa Mtias Usa proimtsi i-r Drai
M.il: ri.iiitiiliiiu StSSS also ile-
iroywd by Era on Saturday night
11 CSSRH art insured
l.i
A CANE lire at Henley PI;
RV St ceorge 0n Saturday nigl
nut eight acres of ISJCOI
W canes Sfhlcn s-grg insured
Nine acres ol thin)
tSHRM "ere bunt when | Mn hi il
out at the Blle P!.int;iii.ii s
Mu-hael. on Suturday night Th
cane* are the property oi C -\
1-accellM and were insured.
Another lire at Sturges Pwnta
lion, St TnomH ; .iglit on S.iliii-liiy burnt 'iv i '
i half ajCNf f fottfth CfOp rip
in.- The) us Hm sropart]
c ( Boycs of Sturges and wer
OKANGES PLENTIFUL
oranges win.h * In ghoi
upplv last week rwi fair]
plentiful ibis morning A fe.
ICO three, four and llvi
cents1 were being asked PM th ai
t. Thi tnoralng, I
nmnl lii OS the minimum prm
III.MS Mltll'I'OA * . -
I'LL WIPE OUT
THAT JINX
Onl of thr blur il tetthd on my
shoulders'
r a m.ij:od.
Wast Indian & British
Hand mad. CralU. Anltqur..
loilarT. Hand blorh.d aall.il
w*tr. D^oratlwi Houaf. S'
Jan.* TVI. M-Ta.
Miiiri
In 1'rif nds KtusloBfTs
I bag to notllv
Hair i French
ST. VINCENT. B.W.I.
s.OVI ii\iirvi Mil M I
Tenders for DreduinR if Clumnel ai Villa Ho v.
SI. Vincent. B.W.I.
TENDERS are invited for the dredging and i-lc-uim. of the
hannel through the reef at Villa Bay. St. Vineent. II W I
Prints of the hydrographic survey drawings of Um Si Vine
Villa Boy area can be obtained (on written application) from
Surveys Office. Public Works Department. St Vincent. B W.I
Tenders must be addressed to
His Honour the Administrator,
Government Ofllce,
Saint Vincent. B.W.I,
should be contained in sealed envelopes marked"TENDER FOR
ST. VINCENT REEF-CHANNEL CLEARING'' and should ie.it h UM
Government Office. St. Vintent. B.W.I.. not later than 3 00 p.m.
on Saturday. 2nd June. 1951.
Government Ofllce.
Saint Vincent, B.W.I.
12th April, 1951.
l,V!ll\MIM \irrii is
ATTENTION is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and
Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order. 1951. No. 0 which
II be published In the Official Garette of Monday 16th April. 1951.
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Cana-
dian Healing Oil". "Asthma Powder (Kellogs)". 'Mother Greaves
Worm Exterminator" and "Dettol" are as follows'
waved playfully at the
So Tired
No night before lea\ Il
nes for us We had )ual taWMd
., two da>- motor tour from
Auckland to Wellington W.
were mi lireil when we leluincil
in Auckland 'hat most of \lv
hoy* just fell into Md,
U'i- saie Hie i/himii./ dot
spriRgg at Rolorua. When I
UMTS a'so entertained (>u a scries
nf trarftiloiial .Maori dances
As we gaied at the impressive
aweinspiring water ipout a'
' i John Warr. always thr
comedian, remarked In an under
tone. What a (.reel Tin
BACK HOME I soii sensed an unspoken reproach in slgwfkwieo was lost on the local
the people I met. It WHI theft In thou ey Tnty thnURht "ntil we explained the cause ot
I'd let EnttlanH down our amusement
commentating on garnet, (hi I Keel Ell
tha tour for a parted after t'"'11 t ,
return home. '* ****** lo the futurj
I couldn't and wouldn't atten.pt nd the Testa against Beutl
to hold an inques; >>n ft
oUwr than wiUlngl)
. ,,f um bianw
In the It,,'. I inn t*U |M IlMU Hff
MR ri 'i rt'ry hoppi/ side
rfiroutihoni fie lour. /I tea*
a pleuniire and a>i tm
'i> lltBW ti iktrPPtt (flee Freddie
Weil, if they ui-e going I
)udgSJ mo on Test averages slisn
n An-tiali.i then UU| *t\
ighl I railed.
Bui I wonder how
Uliii: it'itlised that I ilnishei
second in the tour
'trages. I got n
long matches, that's all
Tiitiinu Everything In'
How did I feel about if U
Australiii I must have btS
I itterlj 'lisuppoinletl an<
man In tha whole **orU
irket I was pulling
. ., oll(| Hi* playing success
l*l drawing Dothing out ,,' ,, .^
That is why 1 %*faca .very. Before we salle.!. theie ,,-,,
m,crlUcsawl mas ""' *h - S^J*,^
oinplete COnMeTWe I tii.^l -"d not iuite up I" thr Job Hou
Ull I knew, .ill tin .v.. **reng Uiev were I l,.
iiionir the Una No man i "ov,'r '"','" moie popuiai
efllcienl inn! ..ri
Hi*
U terrilit.
unbelievable
rMUihi la
.th renewed hoin* I IM
fit. and after the Initial IMr
my knee I think I have Ihe
.oroarh
Suooaag
so much OR one fie'mu tnenull
as well as physically HI.
Cricket is my busiuew I hop
Ihings are going to be vastl
dlffsesnl this wason. and nbov
U that I can get baa* Into I'M*
and keen those scorers busv.
_! I >4
th.l
IIIOI.
Rat I |.miw tau thU. I'll
utur- out Uic-, nr untie*, ihi-
sesson. I'm ronlnlenl l thai
II II lien >u my pnw.r ami
ability III make up (m th.n.*
dlBBo-l lesl 1iRgg "down
under."
The darndei I
t. la that I
cased lighting. I tried
never Irittt bsfOVS
* lob Mi ni>
tha '
gnat i li'-n't want lo ba
optimistic, in "
have made me feel vet
liii(i|)'. indeed.
How dilTerent it was In th
wiMn My luck wag right oui
There was the constant tvggin,
ledaj
\ Ptote Of Bruss
Starls Thr Hunt
Tor PflvtCte Gold
BvFRtDtRICKCOOK
'illII' HO'I-ro.M, New Jersey
A hunt fr psrata gold is still g<>
,og mi around tfil* wind-swep
r,j agreementt between !..>.. of ,.im9tai tmvMblD, nesplle an offici-
ITEM
Canadian Healing Oil
Asthma Powder (Kellogs
Mother Greaves Worm
Exterminator
Mother Gresve* Worm
Exterminator
Dettol
UNIT OF -SALE
large
4-i7 bottle
-or .,
Ifl-OJ
per oi.
MAXIMUM
RETAIL PRICE
l..ppe,
ihe au tnllana toecd Freddie'*
fighting, forceful cricket. I do
ballave ihay wantfd him to pub
it off jusl as much as we did.
Brown went flown big
with in. Austradlofu
il .Pi". Parly
Forget those storiex
Kieeineti
social junkeiuig- .mil friction
Never was there a happier parly
I won't say that ws tlidn't act
>>tr ' < .iHliHially
between the heat, ushm.
ling, and the injuries.
But theie were tlw- rompon-
lating lightet momt'iib IT
i.-i Hie look on John
Warr's face as he wu> ItjUuduced
I th.- t/ful now ''' ''harming young WOnUHl
hat I h.iit lo ".'.T .n. h.nrd day's play nt Sydney
For swift ajelivericN and --jsv nuniruvcring in cifv and
-uhurKin areas, ihi\ van i. uncxccUcd for the carrvinf of
tnany types of nerdiandisc I: has ;:n all-steel body ;tii
safety sliding door., jn.l pio\uU-s i\tclient sfsrhiurj tor Be
driver. Ixxidiog '.p**v is ocaBUOnsI, no iis-. than 150 cubic
feel I The low fuel toiisumin'on and negligible mamtcnancr
costs ensure rcall;- economical operation
MORRIS COMMERCIAL
l'OHT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phon* 4504
JgaV.
SHIPPING NOTICES
MONTREAL. AUSTRALIA, NEW \
ZEALAND LINK. LIMITED
IMANZ. UBto.
TUNflAHlRO Mllei
.argo aeeaptad dtng with iTan.hlpineni at Trini!.|
llrlti.h linuia. n.rMn. V
I l .'-.nl 1.Intid.
Iiin-er |
luilat- njipl*
t'liNr.s.. withy at co. LTD. an
Da COSTA .%. CO I Til.
Hrluirt IS
Trinidad. Ra,tdi.
RW.I. w i
^Mc
oa.
The M V "Catibbao" will
accept cargo and pnsaengen
for Dominica. AnllgAin.
Mnnt-eirat. Nevis and St.
Kills Sailing 20th instant
R.VVI. SCHOONER OH\
l-RS ASSDf INC
Steam Ah ip Qo.
fa.
NEW T0*1 SKKVHT
NEW i-i'i i v- mm
thai
irtui..
aoi
vei J
gasped, and then smiled gallant)
Ritual Drink
14th April, 1951.
Kuns Elnwing
Just before the llrsi Tet I was
ibsohitely confident On top
uf ihe annid Mi km
better than I hai dared to hops
My aye was in. and the rw
Oosrtnj i ii'
Wuh n RWr aneroye go jar
(1J i,icr lull I looted fiirn artl
lo (he Tern, pleasanflgi CCSi.
reniplorliig i-U'torn. H o it
IflOM vtoriienf* iee-"i
later
Then out of the blue came the
jinx to settle bang on my should.
era. It weighed me down
out twice In three balls In hand.* and drink the i
the first Test. Out lo a "long out lifting your head
hop" nt Adelaide, to one nghi bowl
OUttldO the off -.tump at 8 dney It sounds easy, but then
You can't alibi those 'hlng-. have been a pint of fluid
bowl. Then, m turg i
teum-malen followed
explanation days ago that it t<
a mistake."
I ue i-eople do not NU0VI ll
They ptwfar to think lhal at an>
moment they may happan
raa nn cheats burtad hereabout
by Captain Kidd nr some ol hi*
men.
All along lha New "ersey shore
i | 'long undercurrent ol bur
caneer legend runs through tin
local folklore
Along the 150 mlW of aan
oast running from New York Ma-
ul t'. Cap! May arc many slui
didn't tetcd loves where aHvatSSI
i i for wirt-;l and walei m yeai
howling gone by One ol the--, loesl I0g> i
Um-
We'd l*en n-duced
bowlars Padaar. Bro
Warr
'Oh. you'rs Mr W,
fluttterad pffwiuiy, s>
bowl today What s pit
John, on his km..
some JO overs at 100 In the shade ny*. was Captain Kldd
In 1941. aavetv-year-old Staple,
mer was intensely Intereated In
ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order. 1951, No. 10 which will be published in the
Official Gazette of Monday 16th April, 1961.
2. Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and retail sell-
ing prices of "Bread-plain" and "Sug.ir" nre as sssKM
J,V/-*V,V,*A'/-V/.VeV*V,V
M/V LADY JOY
Accepting CARGO and
PASSENGERS for Si
Lucia.
HANSCHEXL. I.ARSKN
& CO. LTD.
**JV9t&A*XX#*?tt'S.*Ss's',',+*-.
BREADplain
SUGAR:
fa) Clear Straws which
includes Searles Spe-
cial and similar types
tbj Grocery Yellow Crys-
tal ......
tal
Id) Dark Crystal
WHOLESALE
PRICE
(not more than)
S8.19 per 100 lbs
$7.32
$6.5.5
RETAIL PRlc*F
(not mon than)
(b) the Items "Peanuts" and "Starch" have been i
Its entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order. 1951. No. 2
14th April, iwi
Pi.....mg 'he ball - big
i i get mov
It haupens to bH i
It BH'l HMll,
anothai
They Tried
It wns
unylhing to do with plral
Ids f..lher knew that the ship II
which Kldd made his last
from Wew York during the 169't
was a captured Moorish i
tjiiniaigii Mrrehant.
Ha tn.i'l,. ;. brass plate and In
the aciibeo- on It Wllliwi-. Ki'l-I Mu-
ter Quedsgh "
nUH Thru he dropiie<1 it U*tO "''
that local 'reek where his son lished
In Came The Crowds
Cramer waited for tb BO)
XFrlEli comra-ie M||ri _ wa, n0l un,|i la wWi
the Fi)lans. who an ,,i:it he did. Now 17. eouni
There was u memorable native
n-ception ceremony at Fiji I wm*
Hven .. small bowL flllsd with
a native non-slcoholn dunk The
itual ! to take the bowl m ioth
Lna v .-I
fiom
-ii .mini m.
Naiw. at Sblg
IS 1.LCOA I'AJtTSIl.
-.s AI. i>\ PKUAHItt
ss aii oa pinNfrn
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOIIIHHOI Sli
roi i II' Hall as Aril. e. HI..
A.t, Mh IMh
S_M 30T- Is., tlh
M.i. 1411. M SHh
IMh a St. John.
i.i

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.....t Moniroal
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arftfi04 OOSCA a co. i in i \wiii\n sebvici
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CANADIAN SI.KVICL
From Halifax, N.S. St John, N.B.
To Barbados, Trinidad. Uemorara, B.C..
I.'A1JIN(; IJATES
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i".I .i MSJIT
tBOOBM'
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311 A(.r
at Jala
to Mai
OaRSfaa, I
SERVUE
ireraael. Nr-aarl I .ri.S.n
- -' than mj Igam
da i i m undat imd what
like David Sheppard
rn>sr> " I
Jc.hn Warr must havd asna
;:ni!iiii Tail didn't
made Tt I psitatji i *'
gosh, how they trie*!
They wen| into nrrMhlnt
M.ih \. < lid-. I'll spirit. TTu>>
were owl al the nela prarlto-
inr. listening patirnll. In all
our advice and put tReir
heart* and tail. Into rrlekfS
If they didn't come
credit to them for the
lon^ it. wtthouJ
*how of daspondeno Wa
knew nnd irmpatl
Cramer was still lntere*ted Acrtull
to bring it home to hir- fatj
bad forgotten all about it
Cramer senior derided lo kOSp

The boy took the plate I
nuseum. where it ws pronouiucil
The story got out an
Stiip Bottom 'so called from U
number of wrecks in th
beetime famous
t.r.l'l Am..I
riurn laassfSani, .%!
Aniwero lSaa
hoping to make a minor tour
England one day.
I was also
whale's tooth attached '
of native rope This. I
was a great honour iiui<
will give the memento or FI
IB IdSSfda
At The Rail
We new m from New Y/orh 9*
BOA C. because tt see- .
right thing for a hOtnecon i:. British team to use British arr phia and New York A Phltadel '
craft. 'nok a room at the
Outward bound in < \ -r ins tala
eden. the bov from all -" Americr>
more humour for the ship's fancy ores- Then the ( rowds startod
the, bsll._ , two days there wasn't
vicinity
Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED.
Phone 1198
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Roturdam. Singl* faro fc70: usual redu'tlons for ehildlOB.
No lni|iiest
latiori forbidding member
louring side frorr writ;
Can yen im-triii.- an>1i"i>'
more ridieiilou- lht, ,ifre\
Evsna aa Carmen Msraad .
ie.hu Warr a *Oargaaa-
<;us*i.
regu. Skioper |
g or usef which h-
m Score'
if people nuartered the beach,
n the mud. scratching m

Cramer sen.or began :
j
r-f-;lf lABMitTIXG on.S
ARE BEST BY TFST
DONT ONLY OIL IT CERM IT
,I.VIII .1 FOI'KDIIY I.TII.
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I'M.I I ll.Ill'
I1AKIIAIHIS AIIVIM'ATK
lll-I.W AI'llll. 17. 1K1.
Spartan Defeat Ever ton 42
Walcott, Johnson
Net For Parkites
CPARTAN defeated Everton in then Brat tootba
miQtti at Kemington Ova] yesterday by i
IDM starleH off tamely with Spartan aa>f<
'.he Screen End goal. Everton quickly took tr.> ball Into
their opponanta* ana but thalr inVrwaroi araaln
got within hamim; distant*.
-------- When Spartan g,t* going Ihej
appeared io he sllgnu- ta t'
tru.ii tnetl rivals Iiui Into inctn
ihcv did not make the inosi ol
jiii opportunities it
.'ho opened the
A good "threw" frean (lie nghi
W :ng b) ihi' winger Bcyee. and the
tall bounced towards Collymoro
keeping oal for Everton He go
Kir hand* to the rail but did m'
.l!AMI V\IIO\ \l IMS \VH St
llriinclini IYmiis:
Hou LtVgllll Brul
Konuld Starch
TH1NIDAD. April 14.
Jarupica and hmno broke
hi Brtttgh Caribbean lawn tennis playing at tn*idr right '
championships tOC the lirannon into the goal.
Tropnv. when -.'lev each won AH* lota !l"* r:,,: *
atngiet match as ine tournament mld-IUId lor norne ItlM an.
got underway before a large tttn this tftaunot that Hcece
crowd ai TaannulUlt) Qub port- ***' right half-back, kicker
c'Sraiii loftily towards the Spartan goal
Ralph'I.ega.1, Barbados born S**1 fl"mt^- .."* S^V '
Trinidad ,>l.comon won by * ,:uU. d *" ,w
fault from Jamaica'! Ronald lf"","h<1 l'ou"lim
StU*g> ii. UK BCOad "ft BaHW A few minutes lifter Uiay t'H-k
no*' captain. Erie Taylor, !"st let the lead an right-winger Hope *n:
Jim FamuhartOn oC .lamalco A m a long pasa and eentn
(oiii.li if dram -* Injected into N Haiewm-d converted. When the.
the aflern'ionS proceeding* .1 half UoM mtcn-il arrived ih.i
Hon gtui KlOn wa- unchanged. On UK-
cede hi match to Ixgall by 1 i liCO it * not long nefor
(auk in tin I 1*1 Ifl Which Spartan drew level A penalt-
-he Barb ksk was awarded them an.
leading three nil after winulu-; centre-forward Keith Walcott
, no mistake.
Scon after there wai
line piece of combinajii'.n H
iw.en Walcott and Boyee and
Keith scorcii fm Ihe grand Ibne
to put Spartan again In the lead
,'ohnson scored the fouith goal a
few minules l;c!.r. the end of play
tn put the lean* licyond doubt.
Mr. d w Saver* wa< the lataree
The teama were:
Spartan: lirifllth. Hour. GlO
hon*. Medford. Cadoaan. C.ittrn-
Bnvee. Johnson. Walcott. Chase.
..I .hi.mOU.
Kverton: ('..IHinorc. Yr*w*l.
^. Hall. Reece, V. Ilarewood. May-
1 ,1 0 i.l Hope. Itltdes. N Harewond
h Murrm - *"......
Is The Grand National
Too Severe?
(Bj VKKNON MOBG IN)
LONDON. April 15.
THE DEBACLE in this year's Grand National Steeple-
chase m which only two ol tha '& runnars completed tha
liaa without falling, bas'l (JuatUon "fi the race
too w
.- Think Jt Is. and a number >lo<1ii> PkaanM
lias alread> been Of thoae who want to modify
are those who
thai ffce tumbles In this year'. W(mld ma-st tbam ajl lower in
en- cxcept:"'|..l. and that ij height: those who would make
them leas tough in content: those
whn would make certain of the
Jumps easier, and those who would
scale the tlrst three in ascending
height.
The last suggestion is sound.
The idea would he for the tirst
fence to be. say three feet, the
second three feet six inches and
the third four feel This wmilc"
hiv<> the runners a chance to waim
.am UP to their work of tackling th<
U> remain
the world's linesl. toughest chase.
Ibc ftnee- should be left alone.
Lei ug examine the reasons for
the abnormal number of (alii toil
was a vi:

Thla caused tbJ
.
tirst fence.
(ewer than
01 were bi ugtil down
i neorly u third of the wholo
NO CONSTIPATION NOW
AFTER YEARS OF MISERY
Then 1 Uted
nK keepa r
ihat
bigger and mere famous obstacles
later on.
They '. -uld also probably elim-
inate the faulty jumpers at each
.succeeding height, allowing only
.he best of them to go on to the
mess part of the conti '
There is some kind of precedent
for this, because in the very early
days of th0 race, they used to start
*ith a hurdle and not a fence as
THE MB] ORAND NATIONAL, the world- greatest itMplvthssc. run at AlntrM. Liverpool. England,
wan the moat *.>nsatloual for years Out of a Bald of 3b onl> thrc rnnncrs completed the ronre.
The rea*n at iKlleved to be partly due to a fanlty Mart, which took most of the riders by surprise and
Ul this ":rue at the tint fence where twelve horses, one third of th- fir Id. rame down Only
two riders wore injured, t'.xnrett
en there was the effort of ihi
so speedy rttfSM trying to
up with the dashing young
aaatta iw *>!< ol the easiest
a Jump 11
quickly. This was the
>n for the downfall of Mr.
The gVo"ng\oohwaf's pretty soft the flm cbrtacle. presumably with
,5- .-----t... ..! ihn the same Idea in mind as today
o| osal:
"For years 1 had be.
kinds of lasatives.
AIX-BRAN It not 1
regular I really
en/ov eating it every
day'" Rud, R
Adler.l410'JOthSt .
Miami K^ach.
On, ol man\ 1
licttrd lellrn fnm
ALL-BBAN users.
You. too. may es
pect to overcome
ionniiiiatiun due to lack of dietary
bulk if you follow 1 hi- adsice Rat
an ounce (about ' cup1 of crispy
Kellogg's all khan daily, driok
plenty of wsUr' If not compleUlv
aatiahedsfier 10duy. returnemp'y
carton Io Kelloe Co. of
G'atB>itala.Ltd .MtnchtiteiCngler.a
DOUBLB TOL'g MONET BACK!
alter the tremendous 1
year and the field aj> a I'm "
|l now usual.
Vamoose Wins First
.mil White
Injured Fctrward
For Operation
the mar.ithrn Hrsl : 11 -9. Sturd
was affected by attack cf
nlgraltK ami was ordered to be.
by the doctor
Governor Ranee and I *
(iething. in' A 111 a*w
1 the team
ented to him
Legall put up u grand perfor-
mance agninst the OXfOI
Blue, who showed machbM-like
precision in the flrat set when Lii
volleying and driving drew rounds
of applause The 25-year-old
Barbadian who had learned his
tennis in Trinidad, was unner
turned 1 nantf
reputation and played
Mipreme lonlldence He made
irequent excursions to U
cot) ivirmeri with clever oasslng
shots
I-egall. mainly through forceful
isround strokes, rushed into in
early four-nil lend Kit in the
rlfth game Sturdy came irto hi*
own and reeled oil the nexl two
caniCk lo level matters at four-nl!
The games then went with :.erviv
to eight all. Sturdy was atlaekinif a^nVt SeotTand on Saturday, i
iJraatt'l backhand at this sta/e tn undergo an operation on his jnw
with beautifully angled drives and whlch may require plastic surgerv
won the 17th game with some crisp This m<-ans be will not be avail
volley Inc. He seemed to beconi"
weakened, and soon ifterwardc
the Jamaican dispirited and drop
lied aet-poinl in the 18th game.
Th* seeon't .v.ri- ;i MilTrrent mailer,
as Sturdy was then playing under
I sex'ere handicap After losing
three games lie backed ""' ""'*
rnuld not continue Legall wai
consequently declared winner. ,1
sting match.
Table TennlK ITnael
Clem Smilh of British Ouiana
acorad ..- upaM wfetoty. he-i he
riefeMed Taffv Criehlow. one of
Trinidad', too plaren in tha "A
Division of the table tennlyap
Brad by the
Youth Centra.
Tornado Regatta
IH Our viirhtinie vamoo.sk. lUppatad by bar crwnT ft
All these circumstances re*ulu-d
----- in only live horses reaching
. II << ,. an H halfway mark ,ind only two
ri.n.C liar. College them stm sunding to eoatgai um
last quarter There have been sim-
(iriekel Drawn K^iaff^
tha Firgl Tornado Rn-atta
1 1 took place in Ct
strong braata ind calni
rvar i" iw hold In th* i d
11 Sunday morning in .1
The boats sailed south about, n
ruund the bengle in Hie No manlei
TRINIDAD. April M.
Queens Royal College, given 216 falling,
runs for victory against Harrison
a ib 1. ached lag t.,i .is in the
three day fixture whl.li WB
ekjKled at the gueen's Park Oval
gg ifBBterday. The gnme thus ended
in a draw. The Barbadll
iheii BBcecid innlngg uaad aggres
pKtlCi hitting 6 in about 80
iting all bowlers ihk.
were bowled. Chief
Those who would alter one or
two of the most formidable jumps.
,v,,. simxest that the chair, the fid., nth
::..":f.. ... <" broadest, should be reduced in
bodes
They would also site some of the
shot completed the course without
\\ hat's on Toduv
LONDON, April 11
Wilf Mannion. B&fUnd
Middlesbrough forward, who
in.
11.Hired in tin- Intel 11,itionid 1
Ant las VainooM* lock Hie lead urchile.t.s in this total
1 -1 Inn. s. ; rag Smltn 36, N. Harrison 29 and .1
1' md kept il up throughout Smith 20 not out 'Cammn
tnehalkmged, but for the openi! Ihe bowling against U Ed-
teond poalUon there wai a tomm war" ami in tha hist ball of his
I ean Cyclone and Eaakrr, . ha had him stumped by
pared u> Jack Leacoek, wu-k, '-keeper N. Harrison tOI 0 ll
. I oats started. The> weii Q f over, flve rum
V.im.He Cyclone. Zephyr. Than- 1Vere scored on* him. an,| In th
John Bladon. thiin Mil of Snmli's geeond
1 ilppi 1 be ,,. .:.,! Crouch for 28.
Wltb new nuidn atlBfiand by Wh.n the Barlwdlans
Brk Robinaon, Tempes*. lupparad t0 bat 1 second time. iii. 1 tn
n will Blva his left I v Crlles Coe nnd Edrll W1U1 Ivan the crowd to some line batting, hit-
mi M-d when heating Jo*.- Perkins at the halm. Mami.e i,rig tho ball vary bard, but In do-
(iardner May Dec-id*
After Wednesda>
LONDON, April 16
Jack Gardner, Brttfab and Bui
pean heavyweight champion, nu
declda after Wednesday, whether der, skippered
he will light Cesar Bnon of llreakaway.
Argentina al llarnngay on May
22.
Thr
hand,
t,ble tor selection for the Englan.
side to meet Argentina at Wem
bley on May 9.keuter.
Regiment Wins
Rifle Shoot
''' Wi Id) 1. I.ist month, a Ihoi 1
out tonight on ;i heavy punch i- ..
but on Wednesday, he will box an
exhibition with Don Cockell, Bog
land and European hghl-henvy-
welght champion.
h!u manajgtr honai b
deflnlta dacuton concerning th
1 Visibility of a light with Hi hi
I ft* r thnt exhibition Renter.
Pollee Court*10.00 a.m
llonse of Assembly3 p.m
Police Band al St. Philip's
Almhouse1.41 P m
Ilasketball HarrUon Col-
lege Old Bo vs. Plekwlrk
and IMrales vs. Car!ton
ri" aas
instead of having to take them
..ii angla It is the (lever way n
which the jumps are placed th.i
makes many of them extreincl
difficult Reuler
Pyorrhea and
Trench Mouth
Slopped In 24 Hours
Hum." ...4
Cl'KR VOlTNC; Alt. lilltS
TIMMINS. Ont
Youthful William Tells armed
with home-made bows and arrow
. the hci
loach's Comet and Teddy Mae- lng w they iojt tour ,
KlnBtryi waaaaa dM not s.n Qamaldoand P Carrclaimingt
The Start each
Tha race becu at 11.ou a.mf Jh" '^1 ^ ** *"" 2> t0
with Cyclone getting the jump on *** '" "bout 1-0 mmulcs neve.
DOMI luunil.. ^er the bowling m order
last. Cyclone was leading up to to rorce a win in the early Mog.-s
the time tne boats reached the Had they done so. they might beon f
beagle 1 >' oii..-ni. t.uo. n...... winners with mnnitci to spare |
managed to bring Vai
aleiv"Ualne I'la..
i 1 I I'loio 1111 NO S
nn qfi; iMick asthrj
r: 11 XSf ylC "IT,
wir.j wowt cowr qowc
1QWMOJ IIOODEK.
i^anKJ^^ncn
ij.m orrei p'hi'M t >nnii ru
jod tidi"*- ol sreal ,..
- Si Uihr
1 onriN a sons.
ore soonih. or '--.,*
are a vici'.m of fr*t'
------add>i.a
UN you lo loar 11
_____i*reu'^UDe~aii___"
War Iheee Baoalb dlaei____
UieaoabMI Ute vorld ao Dial do* i.n-
SW SU Uial four out of i-iy fl> p*oola
are easTeren seaait or laiar. Be vai
r tteea du
CufbYourPires
or m iv minuiee iu aei 011I7 '.i 1
:i
r.t. atcii* liaodlni and eomtela nan.
Irriiatlon tlnrehr ourbloa eOiar trou-
"'' faui^d be KM eueh u lUada>>
. -...... -,'-... 0at Hytli
'* ">ir '* '' undai lb* >BBBM*t
HiaranWa Hyta muii atop jour pli-
[aina ana iroublea or money Bsak ei
"iura of enpir parkas*.
New Discovery] Saves Teeth
-------. Ibe tffejoovery of an American
BcbU tbeae troucti* in a r*w
aj 11 peoolraiM rlilil lo in
tfMHa. Mom Caas* from Bind -
tr am dar. quictir um ae
a air year aaoolh, and aoon
Utlh_ Tha rallowU4 Irllfr
... W. a ahowi Ibt raaulli lint
Anmw ihii (at: "I auBered fio. in ri
Uauib and MfBBB for Wn rear* I-
leaa fa
and bieadioa a'ad I baa
, ahUa eaT.riTotBar taelri
rlflo
thnotinv match at the have been warned by pollei
>ni ._..,,_,. ,._ .,-i.4 ~ ..u.i. western 1
the beagle on the Inside ol Cyetom
inio the lead.
With the lovely wind that wn
Vamoose Incn 1
irouinl Foster who liowled well on Thurs
in m it ment range
morning between learn-. <-f Tour
fit.in the Canadian warships Mag-
nlflernt ami Mlemac. Barbados
; 1 i the Barbados Regiment
lesulted m a win for the last
named. The scores were* MlaBMB
Weodbr.^k Ml, MagninceiH 255. Police 258
n.il Regiment 304
esterda) ccenjlalnti ware .....ived of chil-
dren using windows and
lamps as targets. Police hav<-
alaad levaral sets of how-; and
arrows on the streets
-(CP)
first around tn*
C>-
day came in for some rough
treatment and in one of his overs.
' e was hit for a six by ft
the righl of the Pavilion.
Kid Ralph To Fight
In Trinidad
Tennis Champion
HIIIMlBfTTTTi
y M. H.irrison C1.1v i
llcilrr BBBtk
r.iaa-iid'.
ST OEORGE"?, April 14
aaecaai <"r.cap1iert, l^ennard Hughes was men's
TRINIDAD. April 14. ulngles champion of the Richmond
Kid Ralph, 22. Barbadian-born mil Tennis Club. He won the
Big Tank" l| tckadUled to tight men double^ with Laurie
Gentle Daniel, former light heavy Commisaiong and the mixed
weight champion of Trinidad and doubles with Mrs. C. E. nuakat.
the H. W Indie, at the Mucurap-i Mr*. Erivl Prmahi and Miss
Stadium on April 28. In his Cynthia Hagley won the lad.es
homeland Ihe Barbadian is slid doubles and Mr ( E. Hughes the
to have a record ol 0DJ3 rMarl 1 mgMi
end is the reeagmltad Lijiiit he ivy
weight champion there. On ihi*
card yet another Barbadian will
give rlavour to the bout*. He 1-
liarold Forde who will rneai fear
less Freudie. third ranking liglu
weight in Trinidad.
Tram-- lon*l
No. 27
im> mm imuai id >T(r
A.VD OlVf VOl R NAMI
AND AlllHlhSS WHEN AN
ACClBfNT OC-f't KS
Space made available
4 AN \D.\ DRV
t*r S*Trr Motor in 1
>s
M.H.S. BEAT POLICE
AT BASKET BALL
Modern High School beat Polic
124 at the Modern High Scho.
roondi vi-Hul,i> jilternoon.
Friendly Football Atsn.
This Week s llxlures
; -., v. v. \ .
Maple at Si Leonards Reterce
Mr (1 (irnhnin
Wed. IBih--|Iungei> ^ rVett-
11! b U Bt, 11 onar b Rai
ill O. Graham.
Fri. 20th Ilarkliffe v V
ill st 1..-...... 1
l.. ace
BA III
SA K IJ 5 "
10 ; i; .t
a i t
J in 7
,,,
e> A K H 4 ?
Tin* deal reatured n
fvpieal rubber Ilndge nn
understanding South opene.i
one Club, North forced
with Two Diamonds, and
Sou'Ji niBde (he natura'
rrbld of Two Bean*, thr
Cheapest available and in
no aenso a reverse North
however, took it lo mean
urong hand and
hicft'iig to eleven Clubs-
two now 11
South required a 2*2 divi-
sion of tiie adven* trumps.
bat this onlv occurs 40
times in 100 deal*, while the
aeiepied odds on limiting a
grand Mam should be at
Treat two (o one. In spite
of the bad irump break
South can make a small
sum In Club*, us he OH
now afford the mfa pUU
of a> i from Dummy and
4> from his own hand U
paa> alaya e> 6. East is no
KK a," " o,* *
n mark, followed b\
cJone, /ephyr and the others.
Vamoose wai well head at the
md of the Brat round and the
< thers in order were Cyclone.
EagaBgr, Edrll. Breakaway, while
lempest and Thunder wen- wall
in the rear. Tempstl later dropped
1 ut withou' completing this lap
At IhwMid of the second round
Vamoose wag Itlll In thg
l,v nan /ephyr had overtaken
Cyclone and came around second.
Cyclone was third, followed by of the ball troubled legall in the
Breakaway, which overtook Edril hist set.
Vamoose wo.v linishing lour in the second set Legall got the
minutes ahead of Zephyr, which pace of the court.
.iefe.it d Cvcleme by Ihrce minutes ]n a doubles match. Aris part-
Legatt Wins
PORT OF SPAIN. April 16
Ralph legall beat Jamaiej
Eddie Arts 4. 64; 64
l-'i-.nando on Sunday in
Inglaa match.
lx>gal) came hark fiom one I
down to defeat An- The l-m
The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.5? a ru
Sui. Sep.: 6.10 p.m
Moon (Full) Airll tl
Llghtlna: 6 30 pm.
High Water: 1.03 am.. II
VESTERIlAV
Rainfall (Codringtoti) .01 in.
Total for Monlh t yester-
day: 1.O8 am
Temperature (Max.i 85*F
Temprrature iMin ) 14 5'F
Wind IHrr.tion (9 ami E..
(3 pm.) EN K.
Wind Veloiit>: 14 mile, per
hour
Barometer (9 am.l 30 0*11.
(3 p m I '~'.9.t2
EASE
THROA
IRRITATION
BSf lasf leatii osN nn,-i-. i.hutaa| BBs
Guaranteed
"^ d Mean-fig, and aora otou ifi sad Uiblen
r leeu> U jour aeanplata tatuiaatfaa or
nv b.u eai mure of eoply saafcaa*.
Ft Fyorrhea-Treaeli Noaak
Fcurth was Brookaway. two min-
tlnd Cyclone and fifth
Edrll.
Unfortunately Thander over-
turned before reaching the mark
of! the Harbour Police pier in the
lag! round. John Bladon and nil
Oakag Thunder
eventual!} Antahed laat, six min
Lilag behind Edrll and 11 minutes
rter the Aral boat.
The Ses-ond Tornado Regatta \> 111
l. sailed on Saturday. April lift
< N pm
The resulfl ware u follows-
red Farquharson against
Nothnagel and Gun Munro. The
lad M-t "ll 46. 64,
64, 66P 63.

Ho, Trestrait
H in Games
liieaa Oar 0
PORT OF SPAIN Apr l 16
Trinidad's Jin Ho beat rtedwli
in a most thrilling game 73; 64;
t. I Trastrall won from B.O>
Phillip fI; 6I; 60. Phillip

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