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i'\(! iir.iiT I1ARHADOS ADVOI Ml TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1951 SPARTAN BEAT CARLTON 5-1 KEITH WALCOTT NETS FOUR TIMES Carlti rt I back for the Spartan ciefo.iU'H them by fiv. Division football The can first half hour and u .witneaged bj I Keith Walcotl n| Selected For ll.M H IIIMII m iiir Spartan netted (U,JI ,.r Griffllh Hi nuidr IHt ..Is., played a food £amr and ulhrr goal tor Mi> team. %  ClairrccfiiiIn ; %  mrtehlnsori i %  %  of a Ire*' area. McLetxi to and nif goal, brim in do* n th. which Ball At hali Uma I %  t ( .. Sportun defend) the actcrn and and i ten mlnut* divided %  I efforts .i' arfalefa ai ltd to < laar. K. It who was right dot draw level but the Sport a dofetuv I the ball TinSpori i on '• %  a i ban wel) in their upponen! time bui %  Carlton on the DUMI hand stUI %  %  Reynold Hutehinaon d effort but % % %  %  keeper < % %  takoo wtth Hi.om i ( i i u <.r Spartan, On teumplnii. Spnrtan were without %  Carlton ?•">" took i Fred'ikHutehinaon trie one from out Id* the area which goalkeep^i C tun collected ai f.ivrl. Carlton again attacked and forced Uu a eorni'i Lu< from Uw right side but M five Boartan then %  eeon'i It w.-w not lone after tins that %  llrii-ki." [ iient in n hard one whs Carlton again attacked anil trom ;i ma Rich wt McLood took .. Reynold Hutehinaon hi open the scoring for Carllpn spartan soon got their fourth tioal when Keith W wajp down thr Mi dde, beal tiw back* in"' "' drawing the fMlkei Ai ihli period oi the | was I •.light dererl ttK teams were howover playing m** 1 games Carlton leaner* attack but %  "' tnr Spirtan players guilty of loul play |uat the area Moth ng resulted from the free No aooner was the ball i leared than the Spartan made Keith Waicott sent In iha fifth with %  well i ot goalkeeper King. The game ended with Spartan winners by live goals to one The referee was Mr. D. W. Snyrr* Tlir l< Spartan. > < bon, Ni' Chase; Johnson; Wolcott; OriftHli .-.nd Bpyce Coilton: Kll Pprtei Cox: F Hutch Ii llulchin i I % %  %  l.''" %  Lucas and B, Hutch! Training The toll., Wl M Ihi I.A.P.A •• rain fan preparation of the forth* ommg visit of the Jamaican V iibaU Ten Thej are aaked to jrn out foi practief at I ;n Oval > ..; '< p.in B %  m liegiiininB kill Wodneadaj 14th April, at %  . %  S I Smith iF.iuB iriton). i (Empire). Pi %  k 'Rovers), (Carlton I B (Spartan) Half-bai H. CM [an (SparC O lib nt (Spartan), A -n.-iiti. I, H 1 il It C Hi' I ,(Spar\ lKV tor Nalcr Sl.d.irlnn Wn. i, Ihi Ji nd athletli sport ii <. Mfhit-al i %  n.i' IT am] in. it iexpected an ii"imm.nt u. i will cunipeu-. two Trinidad police %  .!• %  their champion woman : Uoen Ku>n ami ..indsay Cordon fr"in BrttUI lutat %  Steui AlliU'tii As. %  • ii*Ion <>' BarhadOi held %  ,'eslerday to make ma lin.il g 'anmtmmtf of the May sporti neet Th c Association will nartaJn the lyehsts who are 'Xpc*-ti'i tn arrive on the BgM Mav II. Though Gordon from Brlttari '.niana will lie invited, he ma\ %  iliitish Guian.. r.. tiokuhi tbetr .siH>rt.s meat .it he same time, one of the days Ming Whit-Mnnday. To btimu.(l.interest at their RWM tlMJ •ranted % %  rt preacntatlve trot pii>(t'rabl> Ken Faii . iuiteur AthhHh Aaaod Cjelllt Union of Brit %  h Guiana aid. They wcie Vllllllg I.I expenaas and S30 pock%  %  %  Two I 1 lluhxini toys" and "Pioneer" %  I i n asking that com%  treated with rnedleal i they were Injured a'. They alao want free placement! of ai •yclea damoged on Ha %  • hould be uwaiM I The A i i' %  ,;,n ( MI." damagM at sp d yesterday the> taikad sl th,. poaalbiUtlei ..t tettlni Joclor. Mr. J. W B Chenery wa the chairman of the meeting. Cyclist from various cluba afl iha TrhUdad ATobago Cycling Pedai ..ii..11 who axpi I the roeet are AH Star i phelpi (Trinldad-Bueno preaantaUve). Uric nnd !. wl K I' P. < \ 11, :.,... IJ. V( r HlMll 't! R %  lib Pal Gomes of CU | i i %  Fernanrii-/ ol Cl B' Cyclonei Mikry Mend../ "Intcn %  ..... W arid Record Holders Haled LONDON, April H i %  the i '..< i national ion Mi i Events: 4( %  %  %  in I kii -tun. i (Sweden) B bs Herb M. Kenlj ot Jamali a), 48 d (United United i • IB. 1950. (held K ,ntl. With S Britalnl %  i | Dirk Attle^' %  %  n bli %  It IWO i Foi I] | %  -,— %  I ,i on Dtllard • %  Iht UnltsM St % %  I tot, 17.M metres b> Jim Puehi (United BM Egkilatuna, on August 22. 1950. (former record 17.68 met I by C. FonAUe •>' the United States) Women's Events: 800 Metres in 2 minute13 %  aconds by E M. VaaUievs (Soviet Russia 1 In Mos cow on July 17. I9S0 M cord two nunuti i 11.8 sec I A. Larshon of Sweden I 880 Yds in I mlhUteg 15 C seconde] bi A Lai iho Steckhnln ber 8, 1945 %  Pormoi ri I seconds b) 0 M H.di ol Brit.ii). Him Met M, (tour I Iti I RebUF In 1 minute 40.6 %  Club of Soviet r h M< on Jui TROPHY WINNERS AT FLOVVtR SHOW %  N Leecock won i Deft rti I numbet ol points in Growing] plants In flower In i HOI Ik ultural tahibluon ai >end up any exhibit* for our exhibition. Kid German Expected Shortly In Trinidad il*roni Our Oun Curiripuiidculi l"OItT OF SPAIN. April 5<1. l %  %  i i shortly is Ivor Kid German of Barbados, who put up num. bi.l liant Bghts •" Trinidad during the war yeai th rnming down %  "th the hope of meeting the winner of thfl Boswcll St. Louis 12. 1950 (Ponnei i. SarrilU fight which take minute 41 seconds by th* Nether I „ n April L't! team). 2.400 llatrej (I times 880 metre) Kel.iy In 6 rnln seconds bv the Soviet Russia NaUonal team in Moscow, on till] iM I860 tl \u, So viet National Ti i The IS ild record bj O M i" Women'i Yards ime time A Larshon's performance. hlch beal It. —Kruler On UtMf.mli> 'Komi !' i. i%  i i %  %  mil Mi. G B", Toronto Maple Leafs Beat Montreal Canadiens rOROftrTO, <>nt April 23 Toronto Maple Leant dateated •'HI the on Saturday I In t ie Stanley Cup I..in gam* lo urn I i re of ft—8 — iv r.i and Mi J W %  Asslsta-ti mad % %  .. I i i %  %  %  .in. placed Daphne ft 18 months [or woundint %  1981, Jordan anpt i % %  end at thi i .1 the i US ..' l<-Hi..'. '.'. 0 I "f 10 4 ... in default %  i .\< %  : i... %  Inipriaonment The Rgh mrwood I place on t. % 2i III which Vearwood said ...... I %  when YearwiKhl ^^^ iw both .i t'unt JordanatruggUng round. They'll Do ic I very Time rr iiy Jimmy Hatlo l SOy TO BOTrtiC VOJ OTO-FL-T >^-=; CAR 'MSL'W' PAST DUE-I APW*SC£ "THC SlXTy BUCKa BJT |fVCJ COUL? VWOIAWS N CF, SAY, FiVS I GAVE M3 J H-SPOT %  AU TIE0 UP %  i^VPAV TwCN / /.ELL.VXICAMPirTuPA OTTO GcTC I B^N'P TO Qt7 V; OJTJ IN A JAM/ J^EXAvT you? ANP I AS< /Ny / %  %  WfOfiRANO^ MAN I lioma1 i^lilS|>aiiiartl loni-lii R ciOKia \\inn\G W\ lb i -weight rnjKinjt hi H I iPfM %  Britain, biropa ..mi the ggnplre, la t< light Antonio Mom .1. mi Api .I 84 f 11 H iha ago, ..it<" raw with •:i Tili Clavcl nobod) oul ide his evei -faithful an ent Welsh woportai would have betrayed n ore than Rddle' activities. I I J .' | I. .'A.ATI Thi.mas has rocketed to the stilus of n world ehnmpionshi| con tender with a promotortal pi. mise that the WOl might be wttled this rear in hi n.itive Wales Offered CI00 Meanwhile, we have Benoi '' ear-old champion of Spain trying to convinee us that he is entitled to a chance a: Thomas's new-wm European title —so much so that he offered to take £ 100 less if the tlghi Instead 01 being made at lOsi I H % %  were put on at Its oionship wefEht of 10*1 7 lbs Monzon has a gift for slngin.Flamenco song—a talent he intends to commercialise bv openng a gipsy cabaret when his box. ,... Eddie Thomas also sings— though I doubt whether he will rvex get round to gipsy taboicK i Mcithyr Tydfll. —I, I s Buimeis Contacrt the Coribbecn. 2 It's Cheaper roe ihep 0th ta or ai> NgntpgrtelifM Take all the Exccsv Baqgre you Need ol NeReduced Rotet — 50 c o Smq BWIA 'BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS that's on Today relief ( our iv10. HO am l^KUilatlve Ciunul merU— l.gg p m. I Vunell will eonalder i. -.>lit KH for ulllUinf %  il .in fund* un Houslnt proWtt: To prnvidr iddilional |ln|ll'l"nl|l|.ll' .1 St LeonJt.l'. ft.', Scho-il Bills lu aulhorUr r\ i tin for the Improvrmmt and exteiwion of the ml. I -ii|.|d% II. ii-.• uf .\H*embl meets— J W r m. r*ltea Hand plage at the Mental llcsplUI — 4 00 nral BIlW— Football at Keir.lmlnn Oeal — FA'er ten ff*. Notre llame— nm p m Ylr>i IHvl-lwn Bi*fc*ball a' V M r '. Beehte i %  *' Herri*** r-n>e •>•' U.S*' v V v i *'• „ m reetren ee Oaflten H l n m lnlTflu 1 T.bie thr VM" Gums Bleed Looi' T**'a inn ih' roil h* i %  %  riwli H->lh or r-rh.M. Htm. had *!-** %  • .hat -ill *"" o* l'*' '*• your IHII laUllouland -v.. IIMHW Hhmnitu.n. ...I lln.l TTMtWt *-# nop* auni (iiar.tilc *"•! pnouin m "d Pitt la %  • lu| • •-• a* %  . .. 1IB .. n Fnv %  lUrni , Pn'tee v. 1 0 %  ,-,,..„„ ntpm CINEMAS U't ltilSlB>w I Th* !„-..1 IS %  * BJS ai tia omiai *' % %  >al I. %  •( r"fiUiSiiiBi "TT v %  The Weather TODAY Sun Itlsett; 5 47 a m. sun lefW li 10 P m Moon I i-i Quarter): April 2g i i, iiii II < u r m. lliih Water: 8.18 am. S 11 p m VKSTERIIAV Rainfall (Codrineton): Nil Total for month to yester day: 4 11 Ins. Temperature (Ma*): 85 0 F Temperature (Mini: 12 0 F Wind Dlreellon; !ft a m.) E il p m > k ft C Wind Vetocilj: 10 miles per hour .„_ Baremeler: '9 a m ) 29 M8. LADIES' SWIM SUITS by MARTIN WHITE Flowered Cotton. Nylon Satin and Velvol. In styleo to suil all tastes. Separate bra and trunks, whole place with oti ghouldor Straps, etc. CAVE SHEPHERD &. 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Tl'ESKVY. APRIL 24. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE Federation Or Frustration FACES B.W.I. 0|| <) C i| T1 .[-..!.%  KINGSTON .1 April 10. Political observers in Jamaica ure of the opinion that Jamaica's new Governor Sir llua.Ii M.. tosh Foot. K %  %  • rnarged b> the Colonial *ith tht job of pushing Jamaica into leadc.ship of a federation movement in the British Carlo bean Area. In hia first speech after his inauguration on Saturday. April .. Sir Hugh -tressed Federation, and on Monday at the Civic Reception Riven in his honour by the Mayor and Council of Kings ton and St. Andrew, the Governor iigaln emphasised the need for a federation of the British Wcit Indies He said: "1 said on Saturday that I hoped that Jamaica would play a leading part in building a frre federation of the British West Indies so that they may take their rightful and honourable part in the Commciiv A.irld. The task seems to me of Increasing urgency. It surely becomes every yen more urgent that the Brfttah w. %  | ., 1,0 able to speak with one voice, nnd a voice which will be heard and lespeelecl I'aiticularly in the held of economic and trade affairs, the need become* every month more apparent. "It seem* to me that the choice becomes increasingly clear — a choice between Federation and rruttratlon I look forward to the day when we shall have four loyalties--not conflicting but complementary and each m rei mg equally Important loyally to the City of Kingston, lovally to Jamnica. loyalty to ,i Federated Briti.sh West Indies and loyalty to the British Commonwealth In political circles the P.N.P. is I VslMON >IOIH I The Duke Says: I'd Do It Again APPEAL JUDGES REVERSE DECISION M help W B I I an action • 1. %  or to HV l the amount of £2 \~ I, %  l Mi C M ivtt> i K i.; coun Mr J | r Bi on bell ill Sobers said that about ft 3< .tin ..ii Jam... He i ailed on Browne on of the %  tht ..mount oi I ?. pri peered lo | %  Photographer John French pictures fashion Model Patricia Ooddairi in full support of immediate fed PtttM.pJ.a" t\a\fl* %  * % %  • %  HoAgy C-mnich a el. composer of -Stardust". FstrlcL Ooddatd oration hut with responsible Qov ViII 1ft lFtt* U>ir [ „,„„ „ rrUly whlM dr M( a bunc i responsibl ernment The Jamaica labour ilao In favour of federa tion. bf. r itM that they would press for Immediate federation only ' tbej were ai sured thai Jamaica would contain the capital of such %  federation. J*ca CamFarmors Wish Insurance KINGSTON, Jamaica. April io Jamaica cane farmers vote;! unanimously for insurance protection to cane farms at .i eonferciuv >t Ida AIM-Lind Jamaica Cane Territory, thi held Develop Into Pesl \ In Aussie Deserts By LOCIS L. LECK Canadian IVess Correpondrnt SYDNEY. AuMrulu. Camels may still be necessary in the North African deserts, but thousands of wild camels roaming the parched wilds of Central Australia arc becoming a dangerous nuisance Like the donkey, whose tiny hoof marks dot most of South Australia and the Northern camel has had hi srsart a frilly i snail white gloves—aod i buncb of whita daisies pinned to her balr. wonderful smile. Have The Wl A Cult mi*? News From Britain By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS LONDON. "Never has such a big budget been forgotten so quickly by JJJJ "^' i ;' t '\^^ t l t '' so many newspapers," said an official of the Foreign Office w M | ndum cu |,„,*„•>" Is LONDON. April IT a We*t Indian culture Rawlc Farley, president ,,! the Union bedtttlnctte* — %  — "~f — T t i_ •*—IMUI.II iuiiuir> -. ano nimii' amusedly while bei'W bombarded by correspondeuis with th.point emphatically m ,, questions on whatthe Foreign Office thought o! ihe fall ddre at MM inaugural meeting ofMacArthur. *•. *' .*" """ %  '> Cultural The annual budget estimate ami tie champion who knocks out the the West l-'h b tidd t l day in Australia. Zoos and the If farmer* fail odd prospectors roving far in the lh |nk""a n ything: privately, it was 0e^i^lmj"m5taiT%me^a"n ^ n nl from comme.'dead heart Q f the continent are wh ol e heartedly relieved of our Time. I must turn to the oanees Farmers' Association Kingston i.'cently to obtain coverage clal insurance, companies they will the only contenders for insurance scheme service*. wUfcm the ASM . Camels have inhabited Australia ir i will put the for less than a century, but In the j, Indian Cult the theatre delivered by Hugh Gaitskell the big bully—one cartoonist borrows %  ' Crescent (Commonwenlih afternoon before President Tiuthe style of Popeyc the Sailor. lor Mudenui Hostel, this week The man's abrupt telegram to Toklo the President formation of men I I'luh. M was heard of In London. The The Budget lailey explained, wu FUIC.I-.II Oillce could notj olflcially. Leaving the fascinating topic of their Q en has nev explained. %  Beryl McBurnie. c%I \\ I I I luring her recent visit to %  The Duke: Yes. a great changing words >r Jd %  vising mr not to sav the that Q.: Did you take h*1 Duher *1 went aiug with hei n ostly ~ Q : "You are a wise husband '' The Dukr NlMcfctgd Q.: "Do you believe that wives are a writer's toughest Duke: "I'd certainly say they were Q.: And the New York critics today" Duke: I'm v.iv (Tral ISampU-s. Herald Tribune Trie 1 book hat uwnth RMM "irnt hurnohr. deep emotion, lit* rrimr was that he teas not cowleal to be tnercly a ktaa> ilso all fo ohriniislp a man" New York Times"A character sfudp of a u'ell-trirnniny. HSNnl flxuiiis'uTl itidh'idual destined from birth In n M] Ml arilMahli. The Duke he* terilfen iHt'i dipnltv - Hie box was sure to go. Q i Have vou gnj I M tui n U) PUblU lid Duke: I'm alwjys glul It help in any way I Can And hod the Duke u>ip adricr foe vrilera? Onip Mr CnvrcMIri "blood, su'efli, and tears." —LE§ I J tunidiil^ Host 1.1 H..*h Huach. a 3^' | ( .. %  I-.L-. as ordered to pay a ft; %  when heappeared before His Mi H A Ti: %  %  day on a charge of weundir... Lta on April 21 CHEERY FUNERAL NOTTINGHAM | : .•iiii died h< i a^.' tl f 85 left Instructi a brewery of which he was onca ch.nmutn should give an aua pml of beer to Its 200 employee* aa a "aand-ofT.-lCT ) IMUDIfNTS Qf VICHS VAMBUI CONSTIPATION GONEFEELS FIT AS A FIDDLE! %  Kor warn I Mifl-r.,1 h m pation. U.i'ular use of AtX-aa*H ha-iu-td Mr. H E. n, ... llBHaU I SanAntool JaMeMe/Maayaatoliciifd Irtler* /nM AIIBKAN Hears Thi. hapi 1 e.ui w aouta. too. if vmi .nfTrr from esav I I of dietary bulk Kat anounce nt>oui }j cup ol artapy KeUogi'n ALL-BB*H daily, drink i pamti ot water' If not ...mpfetrlv MU-ne.1 after 10 d">*. wnd empty j carton to Kelloes Ce ol | G.ia\iUlLld,M.Ac..U.,Eajld POI'HI >: TOt'B MONST BACal o&z LUXI in <>II,I:I SOAPS HI i h inUOHfH prepOaal to Government reouesl that a scheme bi of our Time. I must turn to the ,. I Douglas MacArthui British budget—a poor little thing lJr aln r been appreciated Justly 0 f £4,000 million, or so. In a reOther speakers nt the meetmi Britain. It must be said that he CNU article I described Hugh included Kirol Hill, ihe anr, never made the least concesGoiUkeil's speech for putting foi CarlisleChang. Tnnidadian art rke i 18 GrtMhK.a Si'avi'ngtTs Ci*l [ilCMtM III l*a> Inter Caribbean Trade Pact Proposed 1 HIM y.'..ts Ihpy played a major s |on H to Britmli felinB. throughout waru lri e armament programme Ivy Baxter and Ce.ll Ui liurl in opening up the "outback" hi! career. During the last war |i seemed that he wan making %  h „, Slr Stafford Crlpps. 1 "You can't talk of a Went Indian A l . ,J ii,, SI and Will, expedition which than a year alter the bombing o( f oun d hit Budget speech duller: nation without having a MtM aSSrm^T^Stttnaul ve-.ter.lacroner Au.tralio frcm north to London began. American lorces but equally a bid lor greater culture „r your own" ?,t2'I '„ "I ,?^.. !" ,..,,11, were soon bwlen out ot their stature in the Cabinet and a repu. .•„,„: w h „ ,,.:„!„ nltern.Kin wages .,Tits 18 ae avenBlnot then their broad feet have strongholds and General Douglas ,.,„„„ ,„, character and probity. The (ormathTn!.! ,!, "ru !" L^.Ji Wj? .',"nV.'—"iJJ u. the famou. M.eArthur setup hi. command ,n c n the n„h, of ,he Budge, I wrote J* aeTeSo !" .„'.XonS'.,'",.""lir 1 ,,,',',,,' t,;!,!'",.,'. I fllellng vlewpoiiiu on s number (•overinneiit unskilled Ittbouii'i'* hilterly-fought issues The whose wages always follow lhuw> and New Zealand. by thi, opin'ion thaT'luo'damentaily "I s "'i h r "" " •"•• pa i d """" ""'"""" l """•"• ige, puts Ihe mam burden '", h '' West Indian peo The J01.S 'AaftcultJnl Waiaad Baua. From the towerAualratia. Unjustly, it was aske.1 ,hal this w. Soctciv !" ~ ? *!1*SZ? Ina Flinders Range of South why Americans should be combudf c ,. ha Caribbean Trade Kt Australia to the Kimberleys In the manning the defence of Australia wou ld not III was a real Labour Purt> that Ihe Conservatives like at all. 1 still stand Dought: The following resolution will lie far north .they were used, and ered at next month's meetthrived in country where Ing of the Society's Board OL other beast would have lived. M.in.iger cut "Jk| %  [..rtliiT step Now m the same areas to which *IU1 not to intetration. be it les.lved th;t they ilrst brought the white man. adopting thig Board move to Invite other hundreds arc shot yearly as pests Caribbean Islands hi establish an Motor vehicles and trains are Inter-Caribbean Trade Pact in the travelling the old camel tracks In Haughty the budget puts people Prior hi the strike ..ml the nev merest of our export trade which would l>e a further link m plans for Federation.'* and Mae Arthur, himself of new taxation for re-armament nake it i.'ier by on the well-to-do. und spares the haughty and selfclass that Labour stands for. confident tone to his Allied associates—a self-confidence JusliTories C.entle fled by his military record, be it said. When the war ended the Bui,. lacticf in_li.il ish politics Party, led by Mr. Aneu about the American "Son of Bcvan. who have challenged Ihe Mrie..., or whather the institution Heaven". General Douglas Mae BudRet. And the Tories are |^ni K ,,f .|, 1V crv led to such deatrueUOfl Arthur was unapproachable and very gentle in their criticism as of African roots that West Indian ,,, dramatic He enunciated policies yel-although the Chancellor social institutions must be regardmemaTv ex VndZ eighty million Japanese plans to ...crease profits tax on ^i u ( ,uite ne w ..snet | n human "" n,-ry ""enditu flY Enjoy the hospitality, comfort ond thoughtful service which have made f AA "first choice" of veteran travelers the world over. NEW YORK Vu N.m ln.ni or lv connectLntl airline. Iron, Miami. Reduced 15-day. round-aip Eicunlon Pares now ir rHet1 from S.ni Joan. lUrctne April IHth, allftighti land tu v.n fan fa* tional .\ir,;.rt in Idlenlhl invtrad of La Guardta I' irld. MIAMI DaiU Hi ohls-non-stop service f Ssn'luan. Special lS-Day Bo fraction of the time i (raettar of the coat. Dill the camel had—and still has oiiu; verj 'i-nomicol features, can live for impossible periods anything from a eartus buah to an optical illusion, can carry I 200-pound rider 80 or 70 miles ^ a day for seven or eight successive subjects almost in trie manner of dividends to SO par cent It seems days, or shift 1.200 pounds of (he Imperial Rescripts of the Jhe Conservative Party iusing a grand piano or anything else you Shogun Empire. Various internahttle cunning-givmg praise to the ken eraUv -.re conrernM like to pile on his hump. In his t, 0 n fl f diplomatic bodies found he Chancellor in the hope that this *,. ,_ y .ir„„. ;nv he is unbeatable. had no use for them. An Allied praise from Conservatives will Most white people dislike Council for Japan was firmly dis. enflome the Left Wing of the U. amels. Thev smell abominable, regarded—which was perhaps, hour Party split the parly, and are prone to savage humans and Just as well as it included vetoend the fJoyernment I doubt nve a reputation for treachery demanding Russians. The far whether it will work aod by next But In Marree (South Australia! Eastern Commission sat in Wash, week the Conservatives will tlnd here even today the whites live Ington and Douglas MacArthui many points to challenge in the i one half of the town and the stayed m Tokio filing away its bu0 tl Afirhant. in the other vou will lengthy recommendations. Doug. Mr. Beyan has now .1 11 Scar IvaromngMo la.'MacArthur formed a Japanese from the labour Party giving Parliament, he ordered elections, one icason. h.s difsatisfoction he created trade unions, iie broke ovet fe Budget, up monopolies, he drafted n eon. Festival Footnotes ititution, he granted commercial There ha'; hecn a great deal of concessions—in fact he thrust the mystery about the radar beams American Way of Life down the that were to be sent to the moon throats of the Japanese. And the and back. The Festival People Japanese loved itBut MaoArthur falled to make many Criands among his Allies—British. Andoned hoc undisturbed until lra i iani 0 r French. It is not ftl f menace that Britain Irrilated How far. It may be'asked, is the w "e demand now pa) tad, DO development of (be West Indian '' v e''. 'he Board's BCavSltaWI from the (pclal viewpoint to i>e ^ lr eady had •„ slight iraeed back to the peop|e> of "inlculUiral workers m farther lack than the social oOUdlUoni he slave, communities 4 ConSan'Juan Special IB InpFvinrsWn K, DJV Hound am inrfirct. ST. CROIX ST. THOMAS Fr.^queiit flights by '^ift Convalrtype Clipper*. Convenient departure lime*. Yon ran now "fly PAA" te iUROPE, SDI III AMRRICA, AFRICA. MEXICO, the FAR KAST-in fjct. tompletely around the world. For 22 years the leading international airline—PAA was first to link the Ameritas by air. first to fly to all six continents. AH a result of the labour Dill, however, the also decided to teI General moved"To TokioVScathing odd. It is the Sociulis*'element— trmersv continues today BI to S"'"" ' T llP Li!!!. stories appeared in the Hritish the strictly Social.st men—in the whether th,. w. t Indi.e, ,,. , i,-. ,, 1 1 > ,' press, after only a few months, labour Party, led by Mr. Aneuiin ol Negro origin may ho -old to be, i'w.,u. „. ',, next M-.ii Ciovernnii'iit bai btl in IM1 real Hoard ta enrilai Oeorgv'a prlval* uitli tin hie to do n-uiestod to appruve the suppleCLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" r" J Cleanse the system from blood Impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, plmpies. boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great, benefit from this well-known medicine. fa LIQUID er TABLET fOHM DELIVER IN STYLE Us good far business f their halcyon days. Wilh these patient beasts the Afghan teamsters carried all the requirements of many of the Inland stations and settlement 1 until well in the 1930s. In hia now wild state the camel I* very dangerous to hunters • cepl the absolute expert He likelv to rem he become languaft and UM sidanosgoes to show that West Indianhave Inherited a large amount of miscellaneous material from a variety of eultarafl and thnt they %  re in process of constructing nn '•dividual and typical culture lor iharnaalees out of these, materials The sooner the West Indi.ni nag igned %  typical linguistic and aitlsth ilture of his own the visitors will see—not hear. \- T>' n 1 f ,i s*^„-make .tself felt in Tokio and the ^"e -galactic noise"; they say UOIH 1 1\U< Id \CM fc S British Polltieal Representative— ,hl noise is Just like crunching %  equivalent of an Ambassador. 5 e,t On In Porl-of-Spaiit Sy^raiyir l nJ*H £ .yp_1J* L* i lL"\. Tr *'-^. e ,?t Iai ?_' u ,ther r l 0 }*'??^-. h ni "" 1 .*> r apeak to the Supreme Commander Transplanted A* ir;m loMMora unfortunatelv this ls 'J l ,i,,ic t I" be found hi neme would have lo be aban" ,u '"|" d of •Anm.ncy Stone,In if defence nev<\* J malc> The Jamaica., people hethcr this is for !" TJ!l." 1 D1Cl w ld *' 1 %  l**l 1*" traditions together; they have adopted many of the most trivial oi English superstitions while preserving mine vesUffj ol AMean beiiets. Their Informal dancing has ib origin in English folk-nrt The naCMeau. • si iet-trical noise, m-jonly of their rost attractive M tSi^rS^AJr 1 j .1 11 fVCfnWT*. *<.f *T.*r I'll -. %  — _.il:i;n liirlKi— !olK-mui. 1 h n n i* %  %  — but this lack of equipment, because of the of provoking llui hour Log In C.rli.le Bay M V SxluifirUI %  BM MSTM Henrtatts, YmcHi < .i... Seh WonSfrlul Caunwlli> f MV W|II>H S i.-i llrll. H.h nvnlon I I I v.h u.rv M bmm *••• rtoiip n I>..VHIWII<. I*h Lurlll.M S.ntll. aurvAui Vh AMANDA T TH Un I I .... B a COTT1CA. UII torinet, Ca*4 % II I •-! %  ••-1 (ill .A.,' I. n| .i%  ,.'' %  ( I I H %  I '>IO\1lll> -HI. Knhaio. fr..m TimMMl %  1 :ANAIIAM CftUWnt. 3S31 t < IWt. Capt Ollai*. ti->i. TrinMl*! S*-h UNITEI* 1-lUiltlM S A HIIAMIJI. %  Cap. ho..i-i. ii-ni t -t ,i.ft.ir.r. Ip...VVwsnela M v ATinnJUtoiiK. rat I %  j>Dt Cnok, from Ttnudad BKpaan n> %  eh. DOKTAC-. M Ion* ml. Cnl flllSfling. I'" IlrilUh Uiilimu M v IADY JOY. •• lonj net. Caps M v ATrnHaWooH i-.f TrtuMiHl DAD% %  but it i something to do with peculiarly Jamaican in form, are <" rNAOfZp'i C ft AAATHIIPA f r ,ho Allied Powers. "SCAP** rosmie radiation, and nothing to superficially, at least, reminiscent crtflgUH t_. O. /Y\MI nUKH was Rurrounded by a circle of ad"o_with atom bomb* of European si .„...g American generals and Th** ma POHTOF-SPAIN April 20 officials for whom he could do no '" tendon Allegationg that a dope racket wrong. From time to time ftnan. I" 1 attUo is operating among the youth of clal and economic matters had to New , PorH>f-Si>ain by secret drug-store e referred to Washington, 10-ccntB sales of "certain *uboccasionally Washington sent enamciiwi tin. And this morning *tiinces" w.i* made by Councillor 'o"b a scurrying investigation by wp woke up to find a new map C. B Malhura al a meeting in the bureaucrats. Each time a report ^f*f e !" .. I ^ wi n r how I*' to Citv Council. Certain drug stores on Jipan v.-aa pi.bUslied, some Jhe Festival s South Bank sit re said to sell ten cents doses to British interests could be heard the Batt eraea Garde ns funfo oung men and women who be whispering then hopes that thi;. ame subject to certain emotions would be the end of MacArthur after taking the drug. Drug ... ; proprietors were getting rich In -o* Opinion the trade. Th.a fUl very ^erinus W|(h he K hiS t matter, and he knew of a eerta n Uon lQok anolhcr Iuin It % tni ^ftSSTHH ^pSrlC^wScS P w lh lhe SSlanding, and taking a dote Some persons took several doses a day instead of dose of rum. European sailors' shantic What is significant about xtant artistic expressron is origins bul the fact thi cHe.t of the Festival i coat of piiint The re being cleaned up. patten .. AfOA ROAMrn 4.aa ..>.. r imt aMir*H>. fin am..i. i. 'n..>.. S a. CANADIAN CRUlMCIt. JSS l< i. Ca|H 'J'Nara. fur 11 ^~ UglOA I'AHTNWl. 3MI ti net, rpi p nmb i alai. Im itylcd like u car, powered a rugitcd, dependable engine, the COWLBY VAN will peed up your deliveries and bring extra prestige n< your buiincts. New features have been included vatuih mean lower running cost, longer tpiublc-l'icc lit profitable operation for you. Fee i klMsd kaaaea brtkinn |..rn h> uiJri>l">i '"">' •IMll ..... %  I I •!'". -Illl >MI&t p %  ..-. iinxM whttt •>. %  > 1^ f. UiUrt' LaJllK < al. *vw wlnJmrt ha** (otiwoUar-lf i'..>,ii#.ti*jMMl-naa*wlthmMbk ... I tM ISM .r. mm <** —*. Viu J. .'M mJ |K.-iip tatlhiaid A NUfrilLD fsooucr PORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phone 4504 GRENADA JUNIOR COMMERCE CHAMBER HOLDS 1ST MEETING with each vainglorious proicement. The tradition is that British generals win without saying so—perhaps they apo slightly for winning too hard BuStamante's Chief "lose their battles 7n dead silence. Home Ranger On Murder Charge Nt so MacArthur The result is budding r —..* — a ..** thai H...r.l rtruidu MaoArlhnr'i M trrw., r>., owp. Carmpendn.i. ST GEORGE'S. April 19. Inaugural meeting of a Junior guwr Chamber of Commerce was held ind here yesterday afternoon in the Industries Association Mr. Farley I" a distinctive pattern of lifr *!>roughotit the Caribbean area. He agrees with T S Hlot that :here are ru> peoples who have.nr rulture of their own but lament* that the basis of the inferiority N. Davis, a Director ot -"-•;,. %  T KINGSTON, J'CA. April 10. "public relations" with the British Messrs. O. D. Briabane ft Sods and L "'"' ,, vc *- ur tc 1 ''" %  Livingston Singh, 38-year-oid man.who-reads-a-newspaper are Manager of the local office wa c' re P rc, r Antigua ti head ranger o*i the Hoti W. A lust as bad ai they can be. lad President, with Mr. J K. FP,,|V '' 1 ( Britain Bustamante's big cattle, coconut This low British opinion of Milne. Conaniaaton Agent. u Vice. t m and banana farm, has been held MacArthur is certainly unjust to President and Mr. Alitet by the Police on a charge of his military achlevements--agaio I Brisbane IV Son i* Q t O. L # STRIKF. muioer In connection with the Japan and against North Korea. Secretary -Treasurer. death of Isaac Howell. 60-yearIt i* also unju;t to mi. loarkablo The following comprise th,. MADRID, April, old labourer who worked on the achievements In Japan since the Management Committee: Messrs. leaflets secretly handed around property for a numter of yean. war.—thovgh there may,be iwo Kenneth O, Williams. Manager of (> Bilbao over the weak ami ^Heged to have been opinions on whether the lapanaae the Grenada Co-Operative Bank <;.lled on workerin Basque, the accosted by trie ranger when he are laughing at the Americans. Ltd., Mr F J. Archibald. Comindustrial cHy to strike to_djy was found with coconuts In his President Truman Is being mlsuion Agent, and Mr. S. H. against the high eost of living. %  Baaasan shown here In cartoons as the lit. Graham, Barristcr-at-Law —Renter AVAILABLE!! BEDFORD HEUVE HY_VMS $2,135.00 Uriiiul fleet Owner'* IViseouiit IOIIMISV i.iiiu.i THOM, LTD. While Park Rd. — Dial 4391



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I III R B UtB MIIIS Alum 111 Tiisim \ri:u BARBADOS) t 1 Prtniad by lha Advo AlVOGftE —t—.1 amupca • if VMB | Tlie-dav April 21. IM1 sAU IK \rlo|iiiM ill Off Aim rial's Hissoiiri Yall\> IH t I I OI'MI X ft WELFARE THK population oi England and Walts which was nine millions in 1801, lhtrty*K*M> and a half millions in 19Gi. but this time, apart from |< mporarj fluctuations, the death rate continuetl (<> fall and the standard of living to Phe population f India rOM bj 43 millions during the last ten years. A country cannol be called overpopulsti I UtOtlgri food supplies are chronically short, %  0 lOOJI. as the shortage is capable of being remedied, whether by increased food production at home or by increased foratsn trade or by sraiKration. A country is only OVCrpopulated 11 II hag really leached the limit of its resources, or at least cannot increase them without great hardship. But the problem is itiU only an artificial problem if there are available, glsswharr, undeveloped areas to which the surplus population would be willing to go and in which they would be usefully accommodated unless unreal -i-nted by some other nation. Population gmwth in the West Indies is to-day receiving a lot of attention and the Report by the Comptroller for the year iyf0 views it with Malthusian grimncss. When Thomas Malth n AjiglicanClergyman wrote hii aTsssg "< %  Tki Principal Of n the dawning Brave New World of 179H in Europe Wae not unlike its echo 111 the Weal Indies tn-dny. Malthus did not advocate artificial methods oi birth prevention He counselled the voluntary control of reproduction hy meanof late marriage. But the impdriant thing to nob Malthus believed that Britain m 1800 was already over-populated The Kngland of mil". Instead the population of England and Wales paid little attention to Malthus and their numbers rose from nine millions In 1H0I to thirty-two and a half millions in 1901. It is perhaps inevitable that an organisaI BS Its title makes clear with De v elop m e n t and Welfare should be obsessed by the impossibility of raising standards of living in the West Indies, if the growth In population reduces the gains almost overnight But throughout this report the reader is given the picture that the organisation is operating as it were from a higher strata, looking at the West Indies from above and not concerned with the day to day needs of the area The Planning i-. not for the known needs of the present, but for the future. If a learned body of supermen from Mars were to visit the Earth this month, they wouldbecause they were supermen —quickly write a report stating that the earth was peopled by a race of sub-supermen too foolish to co-operate to enjoy the fruits of the Earth, but perpetually fighting each other for shares in those parts of tiie earth which are temporarily thought to be the most valuable. The comparison between u superman's report and the report of the Comptroller for the year 1950 is not at all fanciful. It is an accurate statement of fact it the reports of this organisation since 1940 when it was first set up have been detached and analytical by necessity, since at no period has the organisation been given any executive authority. The present report sutlers throughout from tins same detachment. It is informative, it shows concisely how much activity is carried on by the Comptroller, advisers and staff, and it underlines the fact that without the organisation, there would be no regional body in the area capable of performing its functions. But statements in the report are necessarily divorced from the day to day working o! the West Indies. For example it is doubtful whether the Labour Commissioner of Barbados with his specialist knowledge of employees in the [ %  land would refer to "under employment" In Barbados without drawing attention to the fact that considerable numbers of Barbadians refuse to accept employment, unless it is the employment thev seek The absence in the report of up to date figures or any comprehensive studv of Had.' relations In the West Indus is notable indeed, since any development in the area necessarily depends on the freeing of trade from the shackling effect of long distance control from London. But despite the m < %  i ifnesa from thi i nigh and tumble i | W> l Indian daily admirustration, the Comptroller does emphasise fauly the major needs and achievements of the area since 194U He stresses, and it is rightly stressed] that "on." of the great needs of the territories, for the development both of primary production and of secondary industries, is to attract capital from outside |hg ana Ik praises the Press of the Caribbean, which with very [• exceptioi i "fearless and utterly honest,' 1 and "dl %  il-informed" in editorial comment But after ten year* the public in the Caribbean are than advice and dls At Hai::n_'s H. areea ts oi only In OK brains oi tht Comptroller and his ax; arts, but abu in masses of tiles, books and reports more knowledge than can be apS lied throughout the West Indies to-day hat the public wants to know Is whether "it COUlli ii Could some of the "* %  i ; Office not he I the prub9 I be bettei h.milled by thou*who I personal acquaintance of the i umber %  some and unsatisfactory system i\ which their %  d out) at opinion m the United Kmadom? if u has Men may it ad lbs Development and vv.it.,,, talmenl ol whal i Federal Civil M the nppravat or the area* Whal w III lu ht| in bt T i 1 .: % %  !• iMinal Isstsreel that Sir O band Of * >tto%oma 2J' • !" lc t %  a and iili iho 'I' %  i.nd coraaaresU ol American land and %  pcbUc health Imp vein imparted ti areas Jl a. fciilicipatvd thai win ba taken i(mi ni whenformerly m -i BawBag stream. A reduction ,n the rapacity of the stream to atili may be found hcrvw rxunilvr 0 ^ Mullnt m „,. a , „, roa l'" ,l '"""'" 1 W "?L'"-k^^l """' Kquln-mmu ond ~.u. In those Instance* i>ollulion from itithough admittedly unusual nc dllions. even travel upstream iipply. The lower Missouri River i %  ;luted with the domestic bcinR carried on They fncountared in the Tennessee \ alley, where at an ourls da* %  public IUMIHI •sctton was eatab. lished as _. ii.mization. ThMissouri Valley is little diaTaranl Ironi other areas of the I'M I BM .... incut prosrammi I naon inUliM'.e It seems essential first to de%  erttM brtSS) the development pnd administration oi gramme in the Mswoui I VaUss conaists of all or parts t lei, States ootBprlatng about IB per cent of the land area of th United Slates. Yei directly from irr^aflon ditches Attention has %  Ittailji been direct ->l toward the need for an effective and reliable low-COSt ni^vm for purification of this water and III sale storage. The creation ( >[ numerou (fall sewers may, under proper pcjndmertts. and especially VH. |i (( , ,, umiZ( ;h e CTOa iru?r^ud ,lon of niosquit. brce-iing altua* UUI*.MU tion ^ control opi ra u onB have been supplies. This is important becreation of !" ^ !" S£" I source of which would be unta% ourab e to tupply ample In quantity and recreational development ami nu ptory In auallty docs not man welfare Impoundments and susPublic health services in tm lalned itrsan BOWS, t OSS Uiag Missouri Basin B re minimal, local with the network ot Irrigation health departmiits ealst In omj canals and laterals, will ultimatea f vw metropolit.ui an Iv bring on adequate and mOr** BlalP aiaffj ar c extremal] lory supply of water to i-hc large constrm-tion pi MVSml of these communities. xhf development plan. pracUeallj without gasapuon, are located h Water Supply rura i areMi aIW | most of the canruflitiont only for current needs stuction of military *t b lkhrnent an<| does not provide for an Inin rural areas There ii creased supply to meet the luiure oatd fgr public health coun-e.iio requlraTnarrts ot an expanded inwith the conslrmdon agei dust rial and domestic economy. tlv,to wa^ei supply, Inadequiitc water supply has housing, milk and food sanitation ..heady limited Industrial exand other factors of environment one raprefontuhve Ol aeofc) ot tne panalon In the Cheyenne. Red %  maior paTUclpaUng (edaral Jame Hiver Valleys and sev tapraeommunluea which depend upon Basin wells have been faced with the Tne pi Cc oiimK \ aragraphi nccewiity of searching fo r new ()cal( w|m lhl ttnro (angiblc ol water sources because of lo rthc pub n c health aspecu of th al ground w.i'a i i<-.< i The flows, restoring, lakes T Vil ,u '! ,c ; worthy of mention. Development Plan agencies ami AvS f vtrno %  anung lha tan States, The gigantic ennnicering plaij (alls for the completion Of I3H reservoim with a total water stor ; s ge rapacity in excess Of 110,000. OuU acre-feet, the annual produc " or ll, .000*00 kilowatt J^ff^^S^SUSS ^? STiS^rftSJl during this centu.v and benen-, security and I he H ,l: ,-rreolallon nf water from po.tantfac.roi ongau-d farms. u nd small lure. Stability and security I nflu stream channels. SOCS health in Its broader i Extremely high lurblildv and With irrigation, farm operator; gecompanyuig problems of ailt can raise vegctabU gardens which j.-mi val have plagued many w.iter with canntnf anrt cold Btorafl plants along the Missouri River fjoiitics. arc improving th. and its tributaries since these diet now prevailing at many f..i n man arst developed. The steads in the more arid portions ( construction Ol nve mammoth j nc jjasln. impoundments on *he man stem, These and comparable laetoi and smaller structure* on impormust ndd mufh lo he pleasure hey appear to have a marked intl on the iychological health of the I, i %  There is m Ucatlon that irrigated areas are more attractive as a location for medical ii are other ru hours of hydroelectric power; supplemental water (Of approximately 1,500.000 acres of irrigated lands, for which adequate water i' not now .vaiiahan %  • %  development of 5,000.000 adril :.onal icn Ol Irrigated lands; j-cvreatlenal facilities at numerous ,, ..n„ii, UKl an extensive !>'<' yamrne of soil conservation. The DsWelOpment, already 10 per cent compattad, will ultimately cost in excess of $8,000,000,000. Resource development gettVlUtS masriituda eonb ihe magnitu.i, ; ,.,„, r ,butarles, wi do much to jjSLVsa"meireatrnoraovs*, 0 farming and soil conservation areas around project woiks. ( r:i ,. tKVS resulting from that porMaxlmum utilization of the de, l(1|1 llf |nc development provclopment prgrainme for the imgmmme carried on by the U.S. provemenl Of environment as |> r pjiriment of Agriculture are exlelated to health is the objective ,„ H t „| further l 0 reduce silt poltrg official hearth asendes | u i )on As a result of the two ral community in the more Thc value of llood control and ,,„,,., It 5 predicted that upon portions of the hasin. Recreational Other pydraulli itrueturcs for completion of the programme thc facilities In connection with the pollution abatement has long Missouri River will be a relanumerous impoundments, improv been recognized PoUutien can Uveh i U* >r itrtam over its lowcv cd hunting, fishing, anil other outIHalleviated by IneieaSUS itieam reaches. door activities will be ol Bows during ci ttcal period" Regulation of itreaai Bow may 1(1 njnv Healthful recreation can Qanerally, thc ralaaas will not IH be accompanssd by impntved do mur h to safeguard p| made aptOiflcally foi lha purpose water chnraclei Istics A genmenial, and moral health, partliuof pollutic Bbatament, On UM end reduction in hardness is p, r iy for the youger ^ener,dion jda is the probability that >ft"lrt^rugh the storage t -f inipioveJ i factors of phy-i%  : ::: r^f ; V;irl: 1 siH %  —. iho i.rvolr rcloaw nnd Ihc lion >h.uld ixrmil ihr n.divirtunl Imporunl ronmrrcm IncrMH in iliMim to IncrMM l£* ifW> ol [I0i producA s.tsUUIir.l riunnmitn ll.m iOf •IgnlflCMII imporlanco In Ihe ,H' "* '• volopmcnl ot treatment •"'< C.round Smirci-i bcrauao dcnnilf How figure is Mippl>. traditionally SSS^H^S gffs costly Ire dment, riata the advaroa esTad r watt I ll^e ):• i I' u. VStl OTten ""ilependable on quantity and undesirable as t( live ability and to increase unit Ume production. The rfsutt ant value, could it properly be evaluated, would be high The Missouri Hivei %  n, while conceived and i illy justified i" %  physical resources alone. hOrdt promaw for lag provision ol s more htalthfUl environment as n chemical and physical quality, secondary benefit. Offer Of l'500 lo Save Students Hotel By E B TIMOTHY LONDON. April If. Av Km Manchester has made a (lor ol CS08 to IK %  il in uitlss t'> prevenl Ihs csoslni otown ol ;. Ituiontg* liostel 111 Barlow Moor Hoatl. Man;hester. The offer is announced by the CounsU, which had decided to close the hostel as i result of the proposed "cut" ot £364.000 in the Council's expenditure in the lorthcoming year. Commenting on the offer, a spokesman of the British Council says: "It seems as if pri .ate citizens are determined to make good A-hat public economy denies." The allocation by the British Council of tnonsg to carry out alterations and take an lo the hostel, was once granted, says he hostel's Warden. Mr. Waller, hut ".M>mehow the money never became a fact". And later, following the Warden's initiative, the United Nations Students' Association in Lonlon offered to send a working party to help in thc bttlldlriflj of the SM tins Summer. md suggested it might be able to contribute £500 or £1.000 towards the cost of the work. The British Council, however, did not feel ible to accept this offer. The 18 students now living at the hostel in Manchester came from the West Indies. Africa. India. Pakistan. Norway. Mauritius. Ceylon and Siam. When 1 colled ot the hostel last week-end. only six had found somewhere else to live. The students And thai available often cost more than the t:> weekly they pay at the hostel. But the British Council are trying to provide alternative accommodation for the students. This week, in the House of Commons, the Rev. Reginald Sorenson was assured by the Secretary of State for the Colonies that the British Council would he able to do tins. : no lliilish Council's Area Officer in Manchester. Mr. H. J. Kelly, told me that he deeply regretted the disappearance of the Manchester hostel. "Of course," he said, "while the hostel was so small it could not pay its way. The idea of the snsan was in view when we originally bought the house, and if we had had a bit more luck the sesu would have been in existence now, and the hostel paying its way." The hostel has been running at a loss of between one and two thousand pounds an nuitlly. Mr. Waller. Warden of the hostel foi just over a year, calculated that by various economies, this loss could hove been reduced to £700 a year. The students themselve when news of the closing of the hostel was broken to them, volunteered to do all thc washing-up after every meal, and look after their own rooms entirely so as to save on salaries of domestic staff. The present staff numbers eight, but all but two or three are Dart-time workers on a shift basis. At present, the overseas students are somewhat better cared for than thosein. say. ahall for Knglish students in Manchester, but thif can bs hagarded as just compensation for living in a strange land. Mr. Waller takes parties of them for week-ends in thc Lake District and Derbyshire, where they stay ir youth and holiday fellowships hostels — an experience they greatly value. REBUFFS ON COLOUR The rebuffs given by some Manchester landladies to coloured students throw into relief the possibility—"in no way a myth" said Mr. Waller — of their "adoption" byCommunists, and he said that it should be plain that to treat the students with prejudice was not only unfair to them now but asjatosl British interests in later years, when they would be in positions of some authority in their own country. The British Council students' hostel at Leeds which since its first opening has almost continuously hod its maximum number of 31 students, is also to be closed under the econ omy scheme at the end of July — I under stand. AUTOGRAPH SCRAPS & SNAP ALBUMS at Advocate Stationery Your GARDEN needs Care and Attention. IIOSK and FITTINGS RAKES FORKS PBUNING SIIKARS and SECATEURS WHEEL BARROWS LAWN MOWERS V.G.M. M in. and % in. GAI.V. PIPE & FITTINGS WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &.' CO. Phones : 4472. 4687, 4413 ISSSS3SS 3 SSS CSS* t --,*,'. SS+'SS,'*'*'*'*' 1 When painting your property, whether it be Building Furniture Car Yacht you cannot afford to take chances by using cheap materials. So— SPECIFY "INTERNATIONAL" and be safe INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agent.. Olll RK.%IH:HS SAY : Rvpinl ration To the editor, The adtwesfe— SIR.— I shall i> extremely grata. ful if you would i* sood %  to pubUsti this tatter, which iii l* of real wrvu-p to the many Assistant Registering (MUCmunities of stvoral %  irlsnas, asd coodnsj Into %  ' with Assistant Ri'KisitTuiK OfltesrS) I huvo (alned first-hand taowitdsa el the grave ttiffictiltfrs. handicaps and aunwointmsnti which these Officers gutter In tinexecution of their duties, and which worn >iuitr iQconei Ivi ihi ei %  kesasst M ignara. • (n) Many >f the Officers arc | writs \,-i\ pointing qitttttons whuh dstnsnd tsct and *iu tu avoid being trapped, or cSWltg offence, and whal il mont, insny o| Ihasa questions an quite irntlevant, mil Ihs enquirer, nevertheless, dSmands ;• BSSTUBJ and nplies thli • i her aussUons: Iksncc lbs expsnss i I msntal Strain, IhS loss of much precious time, and Hie exercise of tOtSf ance. (bl Then arc thc •BlbarrBM ing rebuffs and scoffs whi.h Ihe ABO mum suffer in bSDOS psttanca is extremely taxed, nul self-n->pcctiiiK pndt wounded, ix-inii thus hunuUati |,r i.it. and for i^-rsons whom he %  N • of nearly < plan i miisl I the A it o (a) ElasSstratlon Forms arc left by tlM A It O. l" l1 Stthl i idle,! or •onpletad by members of %  • household who are tbss Bbstnl <" Indisposed Tba Ofllcsr iindn. on bis ilium, tba Porma are althst spoilt or riot yet filled, and in many cases, thc very persons SIS absent, and he has to pay i nothei \ 1.1 or two before he can find Ihe persons he hopes to roglsti %  aalsl thons to complete the forms .vhu-ii ol course I era %  %  l st that Urn it lha po i ;:aii lotan If in the Orocer'i opinion Uw perasni iii avantualu bacome interested he pa> still another visit or possibly more, with thc hope of nacaaa tSanci trw expense of phyakal and nantsl anargy, and the loss of much time. ^ (fl Thenislso the constant and widespread difticulty of the A.R.O. having to revisit hOtasa C noably four or five tim^s bafora ing able to complele the BaSJl** tration "f eligible persons on nrcount of their absence through many and varied reasons. (g) This job also involves much night-work, and Work Ml SUS th.fihy putting these OfTV. much inconveiueiire and personal (h) The oKI Hope "f Reward Sweetens Labpragnaal with truth. %  at the hand of the public, but they ,ds.. surfer mean rsmunaratton, o( Which they are |USU> dissatisfied --and there is island-Midi dlsi.itisfadlon among these Oflleers r,* the remuneration as set out. Tlv Covarnment could not coneatVi of the dlfllciiltics which rci:isteriiig Irrrolvas, ihere/ore red not ba eommensurata with the drudgery, lime a ind tad which the work involves. I add tbsrsl -'afff* that all Assist;* nt Raglstarlnj I A i i thrnughout the island be paid a Flat Hate of ((SO.DO) eighty dol. lars, as I feel this sum will ba an ;iltempt to compensate these unfortunate Officers for the grand u.b which thay nc now pcTiorm%  I :IHVTVI\ hope tl ib h the eyas "f the pro%  uthoritlea, and Oovarnntsnt sttar ii> immci ttcntioO and the consideration which it |ui •OBSERVER". 23.4 51. / nil'T/Mih! To thc Edito The Adrocare— i .ease allow me to give vent to mv feelings re the state of Ktetlng between asiploysri .ets I very much rcl was unable to attend the tVdos Clerks' Union meeting tha Y.M.C A. on Wednesarnoon, but I have read all about t in the pro si. and l can l) the Mihiect (Which is : 1 %  onrj tha grocery nf clerks living, and meagre wages paid out by firms of the city, reminds me of a riddle 1 once MJIVH! MI. easily. It goal thus If a rope hangs from the side of a ship whereas: the end i* three %  Hie water il I |. m how far will it beat 5 p.m. with tha ii one fi->t every hour? The obvious lbs asms Ihrej real i is an understood fail that Ihe elerk ol Blown has been underpaid for many years now, it was only dui Ing lha %  %  % % % % %  i aid thsrn, but what of this, they have never DSSD • %  position to ropa with thc cost of living even pTSVloUS to the war Lastly I would Ua> il ' ius' %  way of thinking, lo think that %  belter mark-up of foods would ie of anj benefit i II Itown, be%  i sidcruluih that thi Bnds of werklng peoplfl I who make Up IhS DBt, Of IhOSS that .ii,' crying oul for Uw coat of living Bo taw about Government allowing %  bette* mark-up on ihe Marehanl enable them to pay a batter WSSS Is like trying to keep water in a sieve I very much appreciate Mr Thomas' efforts in trying to do good for the elerk of the city, but the clerk of Blown has had so many things rubbed into his eyes and called by otber namethat he has fallen into a depression coma, but it is quite turn for him to wake up and rssllsa thai nothing can be done to produce a better standard of Uvil middle class people of this island unless they give their whoftt%  die subject UNDERPAID'. 23 4 til. ii an nu rot M.'t.MP Ham* in tins l'i.-nle Ham-, Hunter' Vienna Sausaf 1 I. ti ii ih Tong Meal Pastes fish IVricft Salmen in Tins Oattss Ll Smoked Haddock Smoked Kipper* Danb>h (he e Bau*. 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rvtSDAi \I-KII. L'I iv.i UAKBMMIS ADVOCATE i'M. i nvi Governor Appeals For Help $ L Michaels Vestry **£?J£r """ I lflii To Sppiid Ovc?i* T For Local Scouting i^**?* ,s(tl)(l.(MMiTI,; e V^.,^ night Hii Bxcellen \ TTPICAL narto ;ur rturh mM always i ilouy He *><> .ms dei :r,11 nine, and felt %  %  Mrg*, whose anniversary l /.-on Saint B "ins. said %  r> lountrv in the world, scout* red tl corporate worship to "Be P munlt) la which they Uvu 11 yesterday, my nl back Io a v. %  %  %  nay. [walked peny -,:iti nunj who revnwnor] i WH ... i n n lodi d %  ra> Day in 1841 when %  ami Guides were praam) ai .ho unveil DI ol %  material tablet i. ,. %  !-, laater said. "You are hero also to renew your prom lea in ramaJii imp to tat Ida tl %  •f service to God and man. to ireU devot ( You can i>cat pay %  his memory hy making %  II the upa in. Chart tutn 1c '. I b the world of Century, but for woven* hraatciui 1" Bmlt The butehtri in the market i resolved not to work again until an agreement i* ni.iiii i atwaaM lhatn and the Control OHRWI in ownenUp and trade in St Michael tl bufcehai t.iiii iba Adrscat* 11 S canUia lb. ,,„l!r. On an acre of aral.l, l.,n.| I, >j 4 ; SST^o^L^TS^. 1 lu ( %  Ira Brigade rat., is .6 ol a cent in the dollar In the Cltv Half-mile beyond the limits of the City it is :i of a cent. These were the rates laid by the Vciitry ol Si Michael at Draws Crowd $800,000 This Year l.avtl. Tnulv Tax hurmatod %  %  > toa Qeeernatent dredge at work. %  tl basket moving around on its nrne and aaaln on io tha seabed basket Mil itself wit*t m-d and garbage and tre.i du ops i; into a punt. Tin ore nv.li ii the early morning ihe firemen are d".\m to eat me sti ini up and from 7 oclork her full ere* an ad ihai go on until S y s? San nil the iHinlonee lake* about half Scouts ami r.,h. ..,-.. •* r %  '"• ll > %  • ' ">" their moatiaiM ) Si. George's Day Observed II I lilt: GOV1RVOK HaE, Will Read Royal Message x At Empire Youth Service %  pilH I Ml'I*.,; Youth Sundav 1 ee %.iii inheld o" iho %  rounds, i r flnvarnimiil Home May 8, His Excclieiuy ib the day Tha crew spandi th t.her half of tha day cleaning the Hid the punt. Except toi .i tea waata avary year when the dredge Is docked for general repairs, it is at work 'hroughout the year During the %  SBaaon, It operates in the inner basin of the Careenage Tin other month* of the seat 11 works In the Careenage The purpose of the dredge || 10 keep the depth of the Careenage st and the Inner basin ( hid accumulates quickly In the r, v'urec.iagc and the inner basin Mi %  : of it i otnes down with 'hi ConeMtutior. Rivet %  I :t of .i enl i" the dollar 0V0I lM re .i ate The rate on tha land has MM up i Mo inga.t,. i iraaeg, itura this 1 go is in n expel r si. s:t AT The in such a i re.li. ament is the fc that some of the speculators a*i itock owners who sell them iriploj trlcka to inn .\t weight. The numl reU Scooters could be seen around in their dtatrlctl K iKi lures to th. w* on the job. bul fort uniioram It was a day bri.-t'lng a.Uvirj ior some aroota, and (he local Chief Seoul, BUM trick, iw ruj of ihc kith iiwirih some IOHII.'.I'I i.hi'i The animal watflht when the lint. In whan th. butchai it p It. he ItndM that he iOjUlt* I number of Deuaydi out Milk in the mash, the boti IT udd would BMkc sn> i>in ovei rintik itself Perhaps, H perce of the mash is water, which BUJ %  the animal weich heavily Savage. look ,m a ; ilve jart. He made a broadcast over RrdifTusio, ln*l nignt tar.v in th, BtOrnln : I %  tad revenue sapandl. He saVd that paopts who tx •i. !" ,U,C S,48 IM 9 leaving an atUthe ;,rliials from the rountn • !" f mated balance cf ia.SM.aa have a v Hon. v c Gale moved thai the ol ke*, m* the isdjaaii turn rates as pfoOBnteU b) the Cora tha nlant oafora markeUna> E. .nl the P "* r "' ** toi "*" tonflrmad n.> tha monnai t avrkauns' B.I i*,.i '•'""plained, however, uf the late* ,ee,i them up well. Jir AlirrYl ___ [_ ,L_ -. „ _. Ihnl mneli u> iln l^ in the revision of the Trade ,h *t miK h ''*>" List and the preparation of thf T( ( rli i (trunk %  vdl "Boy Seoul 'i up n picture of small %  i rlnsj peculiar though most people would agree that routing is a "good Ihlna", withoul beina clear as to the and method i i community. ITesterdaj la Ivirbades. 11 ii III! 'ill read the Royal Message to the youth of the Empire. Present will be Dean Mandeville. Rev B. Crosby. Rev. D. C. Moore and Major A E. Moffat. M Henom.. " V Ination .ii th,. island. Ni,vv •"" Mr. V n. Williams. Seeretan J'-"" Sim J i tha Barbados. League pi Eai iirspace \\uriiiii arurc'i! rKl of the ,.l,„u... Controllers | are always praaant and worUo when thay are wiling tha meal but thev AHnever praatni wbei Ihev are buytOg the live animals The speculators and stock OWIkari i.ike adS ind i icnded Some t scout rooms lor other routine work. At the Cell l Gold of 11 lM ban "n Sunday by a |M-cial Navv ih Wlnj 10 For Larceny Polict ,. %  terday lined Bra Foide i paid in 14 das ; imprisonment for rlaallng .. Gale sai' that they met the MM) (lav !Me> could to go in to them before laying the %  Carl i i were made tot Irat raa* %  undei dlarerenl Head ind certai i •n made but there IkM when came to the parish having i.. %  ivho her.any voice or read my worriID give Mime lliouxht and il |.s,ii| %  ntr issis'jnrr rlthrr l.v %  ervtea r subM-rlptlon, tj Ihe Seoul Movement I l>c|levc that the Scout Move ment mum" make %  substantial "".favourable thli cntiibution to the future of Baros t "*' ,, l of Uaj .,„„. has iigreed to allow th ,;ood ind uaolul cltuana I do *o' Kapiaca ''ire .. (hat every BMUl when ' %  ? '•">' %  Band. und< he grow %  perfect > K '"H • In attauclUxCll thinking and acting un dance. Ke5>naaatjlha aarrlea. ing others ll formad Ul early SpLAVDIA MAUGHAN of Bay years, tha Seoul. Later In Ufa, has VJ Land, St. Michael, reported a better prospect of undei st:iinliii-r t„ th,. Police lh.it a boui.inl and %  % % %  ii sningled house at Carrtngton ship and of beconung a man of Vtuiga oauant armovei tha sound di. i week-end. I*raetic:il ,L U) valued *'2Ca and balongl Qu.tr apart from that training to C.erhne Wright It is not lain psychology, Scouting Is a very in nth %  1 articles valued at £ I 2s 6d, from thing ami ruahadTand' he did no #oyoa Robfaaon on April 21 thmk_th.it wai to.right of |sa* and tioid^.. and other, jure (old the \dveatr th..t thnjandar u A Eggleafleld. Director i-,rriiat n's v tiau.4; \ h %  eaewed their prombn. M da Ihri nsn worulucted Cora juvrn•• %  en.| ..f Ctvfl AvUtlon in the aaJTufha ^aMhTl'a duty lo God and the Kins and to de audience of approximately Caribbean, the question of extend, help ether people el all linns 1,000 from youth organisation*, mg the Airspace Warning Are.i Thrs evening. 1 Mini to appeal to churches and schools of the partie Jamaican Flight Informal io f S-. Michael and Christ Kegfon Church. lie said that Ihe purpose Is to " '/ He said that last year the serprovide -m ,.tr training area for OVFRPRIf^FH RANANAc; %  hul ,h %  '"'' %  Mi Mel) %  ice was held at James Btreel .„ WVtKrKILtU BANANAS Syinmiiiids v ihe Inapactora Ttiej then have to lake tin.inini.il l< HTHM and butcher Iherr 1 privateh .''..he ..I make it hard for the i make a living "Theee are tht 1 || want going nitii". hi .,!. %  \ 1 I %  1. %  I hoping to aal dolphui and klny Bin Instead ol meat, found thai i\ in. were unwilling u nil nah at less than :to %  -iti" pound "'re takmi! tlh In Bridge town rot 'ale to housewives there llusv \\ alt-rfront civile Ric If. for thes the I -of proti %  1 many outdoor and hobbies. A :< days ago. I appointed Majot Griffith to be 1 dand Com of Scouts, a post which Tennntry, St. John, died suddenwhen flyinr; through areas where of tha Assistant Court'of Appeal '" %  tha tradan might naval aircraft anil vessels may be rOBtirday, i(|.pe,ile.| i,, t,, s ,. Mr( N| t||< ,, carrying out training exercises. -Walcoli said thai on March 111 return by the end of Feb Cap! Gold returned to San he saw Laahiay with a Iray 01 Ihe cuatornarj ne Juan yesterdny evening and was bananas. UP went up to lm and "our return ana not ccomponlad I"' U COL C. J. she gave him two bananas (nm ind wa an '.,.. |,, u i,„ „',',. Uchtar of the U.S. Air Force and pea Mlehala) tor three cenu dayi? ^^ mm E Slonecker. Aviation Chief l.e.hley in her defence saiil thai inisi Mate of the U.S. Navy, lha told Wnlcott to k | v hei Intimates l onsulered were staying ut the Ocean another cent after iccivliig the "*' *""'" • ^ s ""-' the 11 roof is estimated Vlp llot 1 th rep cents and she WOUld gtve H '"'' """I "' tttam kna Wing Commander Egglesfleld bun four more l anan. Wl "" III be Joining them at San Juan he was fumbling In his purse ,.. 1 May 6, and after further disgfl the extra cent an Qflk. 1 issions with the U.S. Navy, ho up. ill ba procoaWng to '•nudea UutUay ma also ordered to pav tlh Capt. Gold to nnillso the appeal cotds which amesintsd rangi-menU to 3 for the coi.fiim,.ti,,n ..| %  -rhe wnierlront WHS busy i take exception howevei be terday evening Two i M v'V u,c l,n waea tmraatUng vv.d ami c< Mr Gale, that due enre has no; brought from Britaih OuiaBa been taken with regard to the At the end of Ihe BBII wtl %  % %  <'< %  Ihe llshing boats moor, wor "I can say that from the time were washing puncheons V me here there has been H rush water drawn man ihe careenage While a lew yards a,i, n aid that howPiling up sheets of nsbest sured. A quantity of clothing. M„.I1, value not estimated, and a portion ,..' of the roof were burnt. The ('amnge to th at S10. HpWKNTY FlGHT-YFAIt-OI.D Carlton MotUaa of Kcndal ime ti Ding tn Hive lu^ full time to the Scout Movement, but he will require the co-operation and i-rople ai possible i. he wll require the support of publicspirited men who will serve on the Committees of Local Associn%  % %  will lake an ectrt %  Interest in the Seoul M< Further, lu v>iu %  %  ervicei of young man In trades and professions who will'give up -nine of their le "• ^n lnc u/est boyi I'bere is a great vanet. of ni) n|s hlive now agrecd to take vcsterdaV made provision Ihsirihle R arl in ,hc " ional Economic iheir Capital Kstimau-H A,. -'' %  !" ^^^tf^TSi&&te !" "• ihJiriand ten Of Religion, whose parishes conference in 1P47. and whose ly on Sundav night while on till he General Hospital. The body was removed to the I*ublir Mortuary and i pt mortent examination performed yesterday. All W ill Take Part In Ecoifomit* CrtminitliM' ipen Seboonei Fraiire. Smith loading cases bul l.uelllr Smith iirai unloading arood from it'; The FrerdMn Flrary Wl bottles for one of the othl Around the inner ba in i.mm. n were Itaiding su|_ Ughteis an.I uibei Hour Wo-I nitur. and coal dealers could he seen tnat crowding around the Seh .. into I'hlMp I-4 > Id son whioli was un. thoroughly and the Virl 0 u I loading these items boards had taken a lot o| time Amidst all Hits artivdv o ovet racnrnmaailii i iwo Idlen could still b.picked As „ mattei ,,i fact he Knew "" 1 lhv > l"ukl tor secluded that this year some of th. "pots to sit an.fi St. Joseph's Parochial Employees Will Get Better Salaries lie GovernST. JOSEPH VESTRY Un money would have borrowed. The P.irish Chun h i hich has been enclosed is about increase the waives of ihei to Ids contain Scout < ^ [;M rr)1 .,. |m([ U| „ ,'. lk( ." ,,,.„.,, |M p| MVt os |, should support the Movement Barbado9 on lhe 161h or May , . „ under the Chaiimanship of Pro, "'', M C ""V lessor Beasley. This statement inci ^f ver last years exll was rnada By Sli Oeorgi Seel in pendilure. To meet this, tax .-.'.. vi r poalblc Finally) for thou pre ti '. 1 appeal for support in the coming year. I bon 1 do not give the Impres il nothing has been done. salaries parochial emchiefly this cause an estimated ii .If .HI acre of land %  r %  i ..ti %  • '.:.-, burled there. It has estimates had been got throuu'i at a very ei rly period. It W as an effort to get through the whole of lha estimates at aj date. He Hi,i no) wan; .my member tO bel that the i HilmitCS had l>een rushed through and thai I not know what they had been doing The figures, bad been arrived at only after very careful sideration by everyone earned Mr ii A Waatharhaad New Loveliness For You •m PALM0LIVE SOAP V u Raltoav fMf \ Simple Beauty Ptun "W.th >,. UI (,, .llh r.lmoll.. Hof> BIK.I. I.i. MH. .O.I.. n..-.,. -nh Pl(Mll I.O,.' Km.. 1 /*lk> On, I ilm.< %  .IJV (... H iBJl r Hl*,l H ntlii a iii*.M| l..ln ( iUI .km l'*ln,..li.. |*|| au -•' "t tflvst 1 % %  a iaigjffi % %  % % % % % % %  -I'l'lIIXA" %  %  O M o L i: \ E %  I s.-e %  !H JASON JONES & CO., LTP^-Oh u a a a n HARRISON'S BROAD ST 4iulvaiii%€ k d Wire Netting FtR FISH POTS. GARDFNS. ETC. In H In.. * In I In 1' In* and I Ins MFSH Obtain our Quotation* Iwfore hu>lng elsewhere. 5 piece Toilet Sets In Avuiried Derorsllon* tlNI.V glf.5? per SFT Charcoal Box Irons Top F.ever Fastening g| kag, at 14 SB Faeh t Ins. al 14 11 Agricultural Forks and Sugar Bag Twine Warehouse Trucks with Ituhher Tyrrd Meant Full SUe — Solidly Bail! *SACK CAPACITY Homo ri''tiii §neparatoPai AND SPARE PARTS INCLUDING — FLOATS, hi I'.r.ii; KINC.S. PINIONR TOP ItFVItlNtiS BOWL SP1MILKS M.niM. HIIFFI.S tVOKM uniiiFie. ( be Churchwarden, said that ade by Sir George a broadcast la*: night, The setting payers of that p;-ri>.)i will r,il„o"ot .n wm Indian Tr,de lhai ,' "w 4.20 peiaore Ihey Uaj. Uta Con.mlnsioncr Service In Canada P"l n land lasl year, and |,""S' „ c p r ,r ,ld Y'"" V'llaic. SSSi Scoullnrin'BaXdS. ha. ...d .he Unite. K.nj.lom. and S1.57 In ,he pound for .rad f ^uf./^S Ll'Ve.T,"li !" ""'".'. "" "' l"S year's $1.40. A. Z i, £? %  "h.ri V.Sid b. s >eai the i.airh plans tWO toilets for men and two for Lavatories Tag Veetry appointed Mr. Cox. Mr Coward and Mr Bmllll to k" an an I the pariah and Hlect three spots lo erect latrines and baths. more Mr. Smith told the members that re Horse lliii. lo the point where important forward step taken by govament requires to be the West Indies since the Royal rejuvenated. As Chief Scout of Commission report..! in IMP. the Inland, I am calling on a" %  cubs. Scoub Rovers ana Scou • 1 n %  • U) ,lav their part In a A|>|><>llfIt'll Kflltor self help scheme throughout the • %  Movement, but as I have indiMr T E Scaly. requln assistance lh ,. Jamaica Prcbs Associatioi particularly In snvice from YOU. ..nd the Jamaica Press Club, ha Medical Officer Appointed Npondmi.' S43.5SI.P6 l-i*t 'yeai women wltll I bath and , Ji40.7B3 39 was spent.' These sections would be i Besides $40,783 39. there wa* area of 35 by 9 by 10 feat t-ll ii 1.500 which the Veetry received Is planned to use steel in the through insurance when their construction. If one is built at D,-„,I !" ~# {wlallon Hospital at Elian Gowan Tent Hay it would not be Of President of La nd was bumt ouJ Th< decided to use this for enclosing When final arrangemeiKs are the two graveyards, one at St. made as to spots and cost, the • is respect to the Trade LM he had done everything posslt' to gel teturns in at an early dah As Clerk had n d v e r t i e d from January 18 every other day fi | three week-, askln.; for thee raturni to ba beougat "• The only way they would get in trade returns at n proper time, he thought was to change the law miking it like the Income Tax law. That was. that if one did not send in his return at I certain date he would be fined I rial certain amount. of been appointed Editor Jamaica Daily Gleaner Ml*. Sealy joined the stall tha Gleaner 23 years ago. In 1945 he Was sent to England oti a scholarship to 1 Ii Kazimien Kuesynski has newspaper method.-; and produclwen selected for appointment to t 1( ,n organisation for ooe year 1 Officer. Bar. Mr. O S Coppln Sodretary 'iir. th. f S3 Ba / budo§ ''" I -noney dertven* rrm"tha SoUl D Mrs. Kuezynski lefl the ., ,-able oi ona to Ml Ho United Kingdom by the s.s. GasBaaly yagtarday on behalf of th.' if. bow* I oKlll1 1 Apn mbei of his Club. "• Joseph Church and Ihe other al parish will seek a loar ~'_ l Annr s The iwo other new itemv which This was used with the agreehave caused the •atknated Wnieni thai it was a loan fr..ni pandltUTO to IneroaM are tin lo be paid hack at amount to be spent 00 the i.hiu.ve;.t Money was needed Par. hial Medical otlle. r's realo build the enclostin-s ind il was deBCO an.I an nddlUon 1 %  1 1 f*i i>4 free of biterest thai ihe) uead the wai < I lad to repair this residence. I ( ut only Sl*> was spent. The Vestry are no it becomes necesntng to carry out extensive sary to build another hospital, repairs to the extent of SI,445 'IVatior, Gu In Aceidenl The tractor X-922 owned by Lowlanda, Plantations. St. Lucy %  r by Ayiw Rice of wit. 1 <.\ Land. Crtraal Chun h Volvad n an accident at |he join %  '.on of Pme Ibud and Collymore Hoik, with the motor car X.28H of Thornisl Church and driven by Eiins Taltt of Bpenee i chnst Cnureh aboul 730 gjn s*afllerduy. The l..f| (root tondar and bead lamp of the car were damaged to H 0WnCby A J 10 -"• bury Hill. Cl ia ^ PRINTS For dresses of all descriptions for all occasions Tex-made tabrira are your guarantee thai yon are buying Hie best al the most reasonable price*. Designs and patterns for grotm-nps. 1717 B6 Inehea wide, Per yard f /d Klddiet designs. :'.ii inches wide Per yard -"'"'MV Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd 10. II. 12 fc 13 Brosd Slreet. 01 Till BBTBOOI islicdi—par Un CtnVBBS PEAS—Lara* 42c Small t'OCKTAH. CHKKRIKS —Laruc *I.2I.. Medium 72c, Small PBKPASKO IHI.'ST.VKI)—per Jar i>< un un CHUTNEY—aer jar ,. UaTSBIAL SWKKT PICKLB—per jar HEINZ TOMATO irrrrmT i a.i SWIFTS COBNED HURON—ft* lin SOOTH AnUCAM I OBI 11 U pm tin si -.s. x i.wins TONOUE—per lin PARES ST.WSFEI.If. W0ITA CO.. II It.



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1951 HENRY BY_CARL ... ANDERSON — 1 ; 3 $ ft ifiWA "— "" *"" %  JJ^jSKAl sVl_l ^yAvp3 jm^Z — v 7^tta; J^p/ "* — Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Stay! For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS iNEURITIS ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES There's nothing like Bnrkles-'i White Rub for breaking up • tight cheat cold over liighl or banishing the stabbing, torturing arthritis, arnritu, neuniliitia, stiff sore muscles, ,„ %  ths ailserj ..i tired aching feet. Jus) rub it Into i i in st i.r HihiiiK. tiraa nojeua, udM m a matter of minutes. V it i: B Cimtifle prescription containing tail} vi!..,t...l for tlu-ir proven tliera...ili„. n itimnlatra circulation, breaks up ron>rction „„.l ,.| Heals in,.i loothn sores, pimples ami tired !ET We guarantee MORE r-lief m BUCKLEYS STAINLESS WHIil Id II Quaker Oais (PkgO Glace Cherries (Pkgs.) Vegetable Soup (Tins) 37 30 Hun TIMES WITH BACKACHE IPS IS NOT to mo4 wbaa yaw rrabM wkb bat**** ic puna, mS. aching MM Il4ltfli tonbacu o* urinary diaordan due • tlQBsTy aCOP^W • Why put up with pain aod dW* comfort •rim 70a Bight ret happy ratiaf 97 taktn* DaaD'a Bck*cna> Kidney Pill*. Tfcry %  dmulair and dcanae ihujjuh bdaryi and M hf6j> tssstm to rid tbc blood o( ncni ozic add and other unpurittaa which otberwue mifbt collcn % %  the lyitem and OBBK diitrcaa. DOBJI'I Pilli bare betped many tbo m andi; lac them help you. ^''DOAN'SjiGOOO THIXGS tar YOU WINCARNIS WINE Large Bots. $288 | Small Bots. $1.5$ RESERVA WINE Large Bots. .. $2.38 | .„ CKAWFORDS CLUE 1 CHEESE BISCUITS Tin $ % %  PEEK FREANS BISCUITS in Tins OLIVE OIL—in Tins CHEF SAUCE in bots J8 Rich & appetising BI.ACKBUCK SAUCES—Bots. .24 FOR GOOD VALUE INCE&Co M L td. I, 1, 1 c 9 Koebnck Street. i .,n 2236 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW 53 1 Tomato Juice (Tins) 37 to M Ovaltine (Tins Large) 1.24 1.08 20 Velvo Kris (Pkgs.) 51 ill V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE ADYOIIAI I HAS TIII: III:SI HOOKS %ZwZ^&s&Z*££sZw%Z^s!ZZ^!!%^r^&^^&&s^ssss£% : MX TOWN JUST A FEW TO CHOOSE FROM . DEBBY-A Novel by Max Steele THE CONSUL AT SUNSET -By Gerald Hanley MODERN COLONIZATION By Harrison Church, Ph. D. ADVOCATE STATIONERY '.•.•SSS.VSSSS+**S.-.v.'.-S.V*SSSSS****&SSSS


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II I Mi V\ U'ltll. 14, l."il i:\KK.\IMtS ADVtH'ATi: I'M,I CLASSIFIED ADS. • tltPKONI JMI For Tlirtha. atari laa* or apnrm announcan-ent* in l.nl ehaiae U MOO fr,r an. nuanber or wot-l. i

nou*i> %  uaanta el BirtR*. ttamtin, Da-tr.i. Acknoa/seOimerU ar.-.. i •I Moo oeert-da). .d )i %  lor Mr n.Jsas W of •<>T4 up ut M. and ) rfiu MT word on • %  %  '. etnla par word on SumU> fur oa*h laditkinil wo*d toil KALE HUM clWnkl. 13 £(# ad l> 1-itf-i^i ?4 ux>*t — ow*r *• 1 BMM a wd KMk-4 emu o AUTOMQrnVI AnoMouiu: 1 ,illlli, O $1.300 00 CWrtaaj .1 I 1 ier excellent n.,MjeGaiaa* Piti>i...e:4l 4. M -T. M. %  omit w "... medium beg %  4M II,ii ^ c<|>re.srd then in nor rural bcrenv riwrl %  undccalfncd through i-uii.k. la IN MKMORlAM IKIIKIItlll In lutlnfl mf".ir -.1 our dear beloved % %  WlW 1 24th IVM Some Ihlnk you if %  Thouh (HI C-:1:. HMh itt Saloon up ih tough was ricrlkrl MM.00 or >MM nft*r Phon. TUB o. M4 TAP One ISM M aer wtin in, T*r*. Apr.! 1 '.i 33 4 All '.•**\'.| For 01 Pl"l tuiminc order and II Uon, Ai*.,.. o" %  %  M n 4 SI—Xn ll IILH SALES IM IM.I4 Mil II IS rattrp* 11 V BO a*d % %  m — -..*>* pa* ao.ua ii-i on aa— fc d a n I p m*.-.I, !" M 5HMI V> ka.oa II M o teaab-Oa.a 1 Saadava REAL ESTATE NOTM 1 I MUM M SI "•" • MMm . %  passa 1 -. 1.. latja M ..' %  ..1. 1 with Mwral I. VIII I., rnt aa nonw h*. mlssail %  o %  Until M n peace M '.'4 4 51 || MMI'IVS : . ..t ".. %  i ii %  .1 %  And U> M Had ineni.in.. .,( two venn ego. Vetlvn TlMl man •ami, VIOaHM .."d Hi Nellie IHMbtri Jmn. OMUtaai 1 %  1 • 1 IVORS*! I I Y Of m %  Worrell, who icil aalawp on April Jlih a taoon p. ... 11*3 LLKC'iVlCAL "ATTFBRBI fully rhr-tl. II \o\u v j-ut-a t4* I*, a n>it. 13 1 IS Plate* US SI Uibadna AecnfMa 4fM II 4 SI - MiX'llAMCAl. .nod nmdllli ,i!i Ail,In. M. -.. 1 j Pnea |W HO Can ftH-r a Co 3* 4 II In, . ITEiNnW modrl* juil trral %  II.! 1 t.l MIS! F.I.I.AN'E'OUS (TOOUUtATnlt !,, Ina GaitrMMi. ^; 4 .1 .: %  %  Iran Itjmp pi.in.> in ood • lar* A|iplv MIM E rower. Payi.e* llay. nppoalla Drug Sio.e. 4 'I 1 Pl.11 In*' L.I tealrd UhartWM. am 3.1 1 BAN) Cwklnii TMa, Bt^'e W. Uod> beautiful B-rd.n ,1. j • %  nope lo meet >on r u. .be (HielL 'Hi. I trlaa, Cr.ice. Wmd.m h.de~ urami. 33 Inlde Apply M IIM %  XI 111—S>. [ari, Keith ML I M COVFRNMEM XOflCE \Bpnlntmnil DUppnarr. Grm ,1 Slutlenl til I1.J--1HI 'I A vac-' 1 cral Hospital (n tlidate to be boun in-.to lb* Dlspi 1 bn iii the rule of $480. rising by MOUi] incr*'I S46 lo $720 M1 Tho Government will be under no ooUnuon to p ktta ubItMlUVfj for the quallflca'. : I .. %  Candid %  > than . %  > 1 hold Om Cambi of •quiva%  Applicaiiun^ on forms obtaln%  blt from tfao Sewotarj Hospital, ihould >><• fofw o rdhft d to Mm not Liter than 25th April. 105). WATtliEM Tin a limited petlnd 10", I ..N Packard and Alton :.' and I* jeel. % %  V l*Umi A Co. l.ld l 4 sl—An TAKE LIQUOB UCBNSE NOTICE In r.l \l I l..qu. building ... Dated tinT v v\ KAItPnt, Eaq All Pnii I "A !W|i'.i OSMOND Hi Miv %  N p InU .[ %  :! %  ttderrd at %  "* * "rid at 1 Court. 1 : %  : A W A Pol...MaaiMi > %  \u 'III ,1. Ill t A TAKE NOTICE IDEAL MILK TKil Till' I • HI. %  i i.iK.u.ii-y under t"ir liv..1 %  I i IM, %  hdM tiade or tniolnew addieaa no Ka-t Vermilion Street. I.ln>.lte. in. and Niai-in. and will be lo ii'Bi-ter tha lan.r aft.r nw urn Hi. Mlh >U> ot April. Il. me prnon anall m the ine.inlinMI.* In duplicate tn me at ?n 'ipp-->lllon <>f ueh real" I rat Ion. e mark can be aeen on appllNOTICE Thai THE I • .i i HIM* ( ..-ill I I COMPANY. INC %  .. nl Hi. f trade or butinean addreaa %  UlA applied lor the reamlralion of a trad* mark In Part A of MM %  "uhatance* uard aa food or a> maredienta In fooda. : (lie iimi April IMI unlaaa aome pc>.,.n ahall in the meantime aivr natMa in duplicate (., BM at inv oltlc* ol OPPOMII leitiatiation The trade mark ran be %  een on Bppliration ot lm %  Dated thi. liMh div ol AT II Mil I.IAMS. That TIM IPANV INC a corporallan araaiured Mi .it i i. virUM at inc i.-. o* in. Siata of Hi . id suta of AniMica. who*) trada or buMiMsa addreaa l* 1. Enal. 44th %  tWMt, Ne Vorfc Clly V A Manufactuma. h. apnlMd lo. %  .HI ol a Irade mark In Pail | %  % %  %  'I'.II In fooda, will be entitled to reflater tho nn on i month from the 24th d.i> of April ItSi, I peraon -halt In Uk In dupiicata to ma at m n.-itioi: of u*h raaMUataam Thf Hade mark can l>e aeen on Bpplica< ofnee nir, -(,..( Apul. 1*51 II WIU lAMfl ItcKHlroi of Ti 74 4 H 3n %  I • II %  < Hiachmotint llol full Brown \p,n ti P M TAP'l NOTICE He EMate ol Ml HKI THUII-I %  pc'aoni hLv.ua any daft* or %  Ha ESI i.tuate at Baachmont inataa. and .tarui:,* on I rood Ui of land thereto, coritauiliia Dininf Roon-. 11.i roroom.. Chlldren'a room I K %  %  %  ., %  wn. Fdmlahad or unfumiahed (Jflera lo be arnt in writms M Uw Vrarao-l .. II p %  reel. Brids.U,* i, HI I M *. %  TAKE NOTICE IMP. ara r| U ea|ed t,. a. H ' 'leatad to the understand %  ban Thoipe ilvre.in.-il I %  I ir i anall need lo dmtrlbuie 0M .-.I. at ti.e naona the pam lid only to auc;i %  unleaa aome peraon al..i; ntluie glvo fWUca In .in pi wale to at my office n realilralloci. The U I IMI II 4 SI TAKE NOTICE ixJiicAiFiii i Ui i ot i %  Vork Cltv •tot %  A auniafaelurwr*. n.ianpnrn i. r the rcai'tration nl a trade mark In Part .f ltd' %  mad aa lood or a. Inoredic' lally prodiHtv containing %  %  %  %  %  It ISS. Eaat 44111 I will be TAKE NOTICE NE8PRAY Ttvat THE NESTLE COMPANY INC. a corporalion oraanliad and ciutina under ond by virtue of the law* ol the Ms* Nr. York. United State* of America, whoa* trada or bu.lne.. aOMraad i. 139. Eaat 44ili Stieet Nrw York City, IT S A Manufacturer*, iiaa applied for the reaiatratton Of a Wad* mark m Poit %  WMt in reaped ol 'ubaTaneaa uaod aa food ..r a. nmredeol. In fooda. r.i..-..nllv producta containing milk, and raatatar the aome ..nth from Ihe Mth dav of Apnl IBS) unlaaa aonve peraon ie meantime oive notice in me at my office nl oppo-llioi .'I .11*11..'. The tu.l. TI i.i. application at it Datad thla 1Mb day fri II WILLIAMS Bagtitrai of Trade Mar) M SI lupliratr 'i % %  %  %  '•• %  an on my letilemeiil b %  % %  %  ...'. MMUf of you '. %  I l l.l-TC „l| .1 *" "h ua In -pirn 1 tike thl-. *.FAniKTM Wocihlna. on l.ha a*a. oppouta itrndeivoua Oap Drawtruj nd dinina itoai 3 badruoma. Elortrkliaht and aaa maUllad All modern cmv eniencea Ttom May la* a*W i.,ul.T. Dial 3WT4 or MM 14 4 31 -4n. WANTED MfaMmiini chorp* u-rek TI rani* and M canit Saaufayi 14 icwrda — Otaaa M u-dj s read a irord teaafc— <• %  !• U(-d A-IB.!.!. I I \ri'RII M III T |, t %  uplwr Apply Bo* ABC .ale Co td IS 4 SI I In I S'llill ASNISTAST H.M1M IN..IN lj:i( wiih ability to nua Mutt hay* Bound knowledcr of transmitter* mil receive!t and lo be able to sell M v ell ,is engineer radio achiinea Ti.ivel i upoclunltlra throughout Caribbean and initial America avis* AbilnM -nie gOOd bualneaa lettelt la ImporLalil I -nil.i* to H D si. van Supervising Eiiflnrvr .Cailbbean All' %  i. IV.. MO. Barbados MISCKMwWKOl'S i ba-amtiful he.|uc Will he v^iy Imnilhi . Id..' vmi Mill be able t.. % %  .. biwnc in pav i in PLIItOXAI. h.il.t BB j aja. I i'i|.i. ." one el-e iiBiu-actlna S^ned IM I ill put %  I ju*rPH N urn: M %  .. %  .,' 14 4 SI In The public in. (lying .redit to i -.. oioPTinii % %  M a riw gj "v %  U -.1. I IOI-*. BtHK a* I do not hold mi lor h*r or I debt or debt* kR Ml < wiltie>i Tbt public i aivma credit sent i rag hcicl.v % %  -.-I . %  u. my -He LUCILIJ CorMni aa I do not ll natbkt for M "„-;.." c I you. %  i in \ N i Ai'itir 34 4 u in U.K. Sugar liationing Sflect On Cost Of Living LETTEHS mm British house ppeariiu In the Uniti ii Klnsjdoi i press thin which ibg oning f tha -or £47 or tr. for tha iii %  ball This equlvalenl lo over $isi a u prtM '.f MB a more. "As to pulp", It goes on, in ue* h.ive gbi i../y". II kw of 1401 e.il pulp, or £112 in US. fund' I th< ; %  %  %  %  print i %  %  re rhnin ing C73 I ton, t "ver $'2iM) In IM price • %  1/ tot .ilisorlMii hv IB C.nadian mill%  huge .liflerenre On the b;.Ms if these 1WO 1 %  a tha main raw "'*'• i-x mill" v 0 ild ton, or $itiR ,i I %  I Fund %  i in,; proof of thi nadian pulp and newsprint chl gxpoti markai 1' 'ViinntS ItcKim and Board In Bacheiori AmofMaa si-ie on S*a periiiat.enl. Apph *•>•.anna Club Tel SIM. S200,000, tut tunai fiinueh ... Uia iniii |...!iiiiiii; irxpMdiluraa for i*7. ii" naa 4 • ii di-i.ivi'iy at I^iitir. A large part of the outlay will ha fa exploration ami wiih auefa i-. n otiiiihlr ana it is reaFonabU* t expert that new oil rUa rarH Mill In 1 niadi %  bUl| Da eolirS4'. tha'. ii.y no m ad. II la t.. be H'tiiiinlHiKi that in spite Of very active exploratory work n a :iihlalile |X'lli-l |ilf-e.luu the na i nl ei %  • of i trikea Ini ludi rilnl and Btt Valley. during which no Elada grara made Adei|tialr (iipilnl Available For Sound I'rouranitne*. wnila hirthar Bnda are the i itnloration, they bring aoxlltaonal prcManu t.. tha InduaIry. New discoveries would give uicitei iiifi'iu., l<> ,-xtending tlie market Ixvause of the enlarged pottnilial produeing eapaclty; In addition new dlscnverlea would spec*: the tempo of development drilling, that is to say the drtUina i r well* ai pinvi'ii territory. Both of these consequences in the face of restricted outlet would involve large additional capital requirements, not lo mention greater nceil.-i fat Mrr'. Jit ut nicer Mlntdl.il and supplies so far ai capital Lconcerned 1 fgaal that it. nOaTOia! ineaa. it there In such a thing in this troubled woild it .. • tnithi' I of lafl will pro!i by some 32,(Hk> barrcli* daily, • i about nunpas* eat ii'vii f an i I duled for < on ph is on tha i I % %  ii' ma'.' tinpralrla an i |H-tl.ileurii i.T. .' Kurlher Increas lion Pclrolci III Coll .Mill,' ii I'milucls A fiirth. i %  msumption of patfOM l iiuitiindicated fa I %  I %  tho pralrla develop", ent i. f. i %  • to and the Kxtaauloo t of the mawfctt '.,i '.. lem > n* Oil, a COt Idl %  our n-i|Uiieiiniil will I"" UpplaOl by native |n<-iiH 1M.II | fa. 'HI.' It is to l>e hotH'd thdt there may be an accompanying pipi in earnings whiali roi :•< si hi ttt'in .it low i.'M'i %  m ralaUi n tinvoiiimiof tin ina Iran a< ti and the amount of ipltal \ nl. I'd TAKE NOTICE MILKMAID a carporalion %  ..pe..-lls ,.: ... i| Ml IMI. SHIPPING NOTICES Mt)NTRI\I. AISIKAIIA NH IE ALA Ml LINE, LIMITED iMANZ Lonb aailad Harbadoa V.i w V 1 nth Jun |3>d J* >i taller %  %  ha. ample I , %  II. nl L in LTD MJJM1 %  Antmu Nevla a Bailing Frld M.i'i SI B.WJL SCIIOOVKH OWN RRH AMsHK'. INC '.. %  .'.'s%:''A%%i%*,',:'ss,;',: /,'.'.::*.'.•£ SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANABIAN SJKVItl From Hahf;ix. N.S St. John. N.B. To Btubadog, Trirtidaai Demcrg LOADING DATES %  IIFAT %  I M 111! I %  l""i.4 Ai.lsal li.t.. 1'iMl'l.aa, II.TU.4-. M KVItr: llcrraaol. N*pa><. l.-iulai %  %  A wen I' Aniorra Landan PLANTATIONS I IMione I7li:( "mMc ocu SieajnAhip £o. 9m. NEW YORK SERVICE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE vLCOA in. vMI ir ,o, f,„,„ mv 'I..-A PATIttur Mlh %  CANADIAN SERVICE %  Ol OtllOl Ml %  I'll" I %  T-. \l"'l I. %  IKInatNADoi n • April S01 .'-'e-e'-'-'eV/'e'e'e'. ,',','. Till! SALVATION ARM. ANNUAL TAG DAY FRIDAY. MAY 4TH l*/.#fsKin i/ II /If. fas a. I,. IHIi.i-. have IIM104 (•a..n.a.i %  OMIT TIIOM LTD. NEW YORK AND (.1 IE SERVICE AITI.Y;— DA COHTA St CO. LTD—CANADIAN M Kill I. PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products. Limited. Roseau, Dotniida., for sail kig to Europe. The usual pona of call are Dublin. London, ot single fare £70; usual reductions for cltUdi.UL Kotlerdi rana-wed MAlKKiAN" % % %  %  .Ir..' Linen Plata** V.. T-Me, S,.. -, ... | Sinatr and Double lb-la Sep-r-te Sid* Kail.. L*th. \ asaj iiiiii 111ii* i HIM. warn tout it inn \\ Prires llml nillliiil Inrrpi-nlril GALVANIZE sill KTS—li.. Tffc, Mt Mt 10 n. AM MINI M MH:I:TS — 6ft.. 7ft.. Kfl. 911., ldfl.. nn.. inn. I \ I.ui'i'i: sin ETS— lit,, Td.. sli.. Mi., loll. Al.llMINl'M GUTTERING I.I ii CEDAB SHINGLES RUBF.ROIH MINIUM. SI 111 Mill HdOFISG 311. \\ i.i.PLANTATIONS LIMITED Mm*tmB*)m**\*\mwM*i*mmm&*&& es*sfts



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OIL VST Ilk LORDS In thr House 0 r Lords or. April 18 Lord Tri u>i call*-.: attention to the rra\r poollion of the Hnlj-h I'IIIOII Oil (ampanv. I innled i.. Barbados, arising from pre fiTt-nli.il treatment -.ivrn h% the Barbados liovrrnmnil to a foreisn eonipan% md asked thr RrHivi. *..,.,. rarr.t for protection and adequate mpri vilinn for Hi" aOasssW*ttM of their proper l\. He ;il>o nnvt-ii f„r paperHe said this rimipjMi rn llrel) ftrtii-h. heiv.ccn IWI'i and 1'iln prv*prclrd for .. | en |hr Wand, drilling S'i well* and Producing 137,000 SWITSSB. b | Hi 1( stated thai |hr ( %  .'vrrnnienl ur over the undcrgro but would tram r a onKpretlng Uoei Ihrauihout ih r Lu„d Bar had..-. lo take ing rlghti did H*I.IW o.. en fii Mir ,.,inp.i opIM-c the sjassdj frlrlrum Bill |„ „, P K|r bado, OmUrBl ami ,,. UD il L.}' J>n asamgjiaieh Ihe Rill „ ,s ,,,_.,, ,„,. compai.v applied for Hitlicence, bul I.-.-1... ,1 u ul |„ r CovrrnniPiil had .,,,,,.,,,-„,;> derided lo (IV,. t %  l.rrn.,. 10 more than > n inaapsni and offered I III. particular riHUIHj only fj per MM of the land, which u if • lined AH AmrrUni urtanisaUan accepted ., ...mila. offer, wlii.h i, t inl,t .ill. ..I. .•!... %  |„ ,| lr British company The i. mp.iin ^ ,,, )l( (|J| | b*en confiscated without compensation. All ,i asked for nag just uimil f.,|, dealing In view of recent MPWnlBffl in IV p.; a it '.hould be remembered thai if a member ol Mir Ciitmiijl Empire \.a. allnued to eon flscalr rights srttssOafl mm pensalion. Mich a-. In this rase. H Mould Iw extreme lv dlflifill fur the Rrltkh r.nvernmenl |<> Mct i.< similar action a-air-.l a Rrl l'*h riinnim lit ,i foreign Government. Lord >lllverloi, said thai Che action of the Barlndo Government was M) %  credit to il or to Ha Ptpata tlon for fair %  : %  : % %  One word af advice from the British Guvcrnmcm I. me ..tvernoi of Barbados. 11 rourli the K r crcl.ir\ ol Stale would have the desired efferl. The prevent transaction affected the reputation nl HitUinKli Government and mide a mcrkery of the prtatetple of British Justice The Rri iMi Government were not impotent, and '.hould curb •ii. Ii an unhealthy man fe< tallon of self.e\:prcs*lon The Incident u*i .. ayasp torn of the lark of in real eclonlal policy The v\ Indie* uirr drrad under the t'onwri aii> %  The rompanv had nu leal nclit lo rnmpensation tinder the IUi-L.nl..IVtrnleiim A-l of 1950 for expropriation .f lea'te* They had a lerat rtfht lo eompenvation In the ra*e of two wells and. under the Nalura" (..s for pcralion Act. I9S0 In re spect of their pipeline The comrmv had been hast) in breaking off neo tiatlono Hli Ihe QaTCaU menl and dilatory in ptMtt inj Ihrir r>o.urst lor com pri s.ihmi under the IVtPoIfum Act and the Vaturtl (in Corporation Art. Thrv • t nt'-d this niain.eiivrr Ith the intention cf oblalninc a monoroh lii'iu" the* were not aall'.ftrd with their rx i.Hue rights The ( olonial Secretary made reprevnta •,. i %  to the Ui-'n'i. %  c;overnment to %  .ni the on pan, a pra-pectln* lli-ence for the wholiisland but Ihe R'irbadn* fioyernment did n.d acree and rrmled (hem m ly 51 P*r rent Thenhad been nu preferential treatment of a foeelen mm pan*. I'nder u>—> Oenaral Douglas MiicArihui aaU today nut MM Central never had been told why he *a: diMintsed %  He has not the Mntt aid Whitney in an interview, He ddetl that PreaMent Trumair* dismissal of his chief did not follow a military precedent. "General MacArthur had no opportunity even to IranWii his command. He was dismissed the moment he received the mesaage from the President From that moment he no longer exercised authority. I think there is no precedent in American history". —Keuler. Caribbe&i Attract Must Capital Hungary Asked To Free Briton LONDON, April 23. Urit.iin has made four major repress nlat ions to Hungary \\\ uie las: six months for the release of Edgar Sanders. 46-ycaiold British subject sentenced %  > 13 years.' imprisonment for espionage and economic sabotage by the Budapest People'* Cou't in February. 150. This was disclosed by a Foreign Office spokesman here toBenderi was sentenced at theme time m ihe American liusiiii Robert Vogelei Hungarian authorities refttaed U> allow Sanders to receive s letter from his sister inform in s inn of their father's death, the n added. "Our efforts so far have been entirely without results'' he said —Heater Tlir.'VlPi: BAND nl Un 1-1 Battalion Royal IrdUsaaattu Fuslbei. Home after Mr*! .g ovar-eafor 17 years naat.'h alang trie quay after tu-i arnval bone oo U broop^aio Pllwara Tha battalion hi* served in Shanghai. Smga pore. India. Burma. Hens Konit. Malaya and Uia WM* Indies. STRIKERS GET ULTIMATUM MADRID. April 23 The Spanish Government today issued an ultimatum to industrial worker, on strike in two major cities of Northern Spain to return to work immediately Those not returning *rt ed they may be dismissed anil "suffer other penally" A thousand aie on strike in Bilbao mid Sebastian In protest against the cost of Uvtrkj imdoi %  SCO Regime —Reuler. Bevan accused Ihe Chancellor! A -.-.-.?_*„,/ 1* TL %  %  stealing" 1100.000.000 a year St/ifMH Hi PCI MO I ItO U.S. Senate out of the National Insurance Fund out of contributions that workers have paid into it to fin %  %  it SliaiiH'" There were cries of "shame" at this bul Bev,m rtpeated his accu MUort loiter he sweut a hand towards : Uvfl benches and demanded "What answer whan the vandals come In and sit hert Uwan ended: "I still say there is only one hope inr msnKinu and that Is democrat i< Socialism %  iily one Party in Great Britain that can do it. and that ....in Part| lbappealed to the Labour Party not to change direction now, ihe rest ol the world it wai not going to be diverted from its path by the exigencies of l..iti situation. ihesjld itseat *fte was do what was necessary to defend herself not only b> arms but with the spiritual resources or | her people. Bevan s strong speech made a In trie House which was crowded with members. He sal down amid a buzz of conversation was no applause or anyother demonstration for him. Conservative Sir Waldron SJ not the Government's duty to announce Qmeral Election on the Government Bench gave no answer. LANSING. Micnigan, April 23. President Truman'* mnjoiitv tin the United Slates' Senate increased from two to four to-day by appointment of a democrat la succeed the late Rl Senator Arthur H. Va Mcnncn Williams. Governor o' Michigan today named 49-year<>Id Democrat, Blair Moody, jour. l U C C esd Vaiidenherg as one of Ihe two Senator* fur Michi gan, Under United States conrtltution the (;overnor of a state appoints I successor for the remainder of a current term whe: %  ni the Senate occurs. Vandenberg'k term was due to expire in July 1953 and Moody will hold the seat until then after svhicfi there will be mi elected Senator Before VandenIx-rg's death on April 18 the Senate was made up of 411 Democrats and 47 Republicans. —Reuler A KING S STORY IN HIS OWN WORDS The Duke Says: I'd Do II Again Prom NEWELL RCKlEBfi NEW YORE The L>uki' of Windsor WIMIM do it u'l over again—"it" boini; th* abdication marriau'e to Mis VV.illis Simpson. %  was up on i ol Neu v rk' Waldorl Astorh i It ("il 1 break w ii teiiuiK nmorten aitom his i % %  K %  > %  ." pah* '-lay. It was fr.miod like this:— Que*ti.*n: %  : i %  dollar question If you do over, would you do it all ngatn'' Thr Duke i I am a happ Britain h;eared in Ihe Sunday fxp'eaa Doits >rm win real them" Now ;| copy of the 11001 pre %  ur/iabb the 13S edition ha i ,Kmn Said tin' i %  He bag h "i know what he thinks Ol it •*l have ganl gift i opt) oihers in Bnglan I hrr-ik. Sir Walter Monckton. and Oeorgi Allen, my soil i %  St know vet I %  %  hall i>c m Knglai i when the book is piiblisr.cd th'Te" The Duke said lu I to P end if May ond "will poastbly dc I Uttle tiavelline in Ki.i >i>e A word of Ihrdski for Ihe l>nrhes THAT %  Ducbcsa res I he llllir: .di But .she baa had U a greal 0) >l' I'age 3 REDS PUSH U.N. TROOPS BACK TOKYO An Big Chines.Communist attacks drove In.k 1 Notions' troops alonji most of the Korean Iiont today All Kighth Army communique tonight sanl AIIICMI troopl wen falling back "in ijood order" lo dc€tnce p iitl< '' no indication nl exte nding Ihe withdrawal Bucked ti> heaVJ artillii.v bOmoardmeiilh. ConununiSI forward thmiichoui along almost tin wlmle "t Ine M I mile Iront. driving u bis WOdgO inin the oentra -t the Unite < NsUoc MEAT I OKI OF SPAIN. April 20 iivm Uelle. a Port.ofSpsin meal vendoi. wan %  I ftOO '..I railing one pound of pork for 72 cents iiisicd of 41 cents. BOAC Will Redact S trvicei This WeA I .oNlKJN, April 23 HO AC services hetwe-n Brfl ii .nul the Bahamas and tli. Caribbean ire tn ba i educed l>e ginning this week In future (I %  : %  srill only bg two Mights each load of three The reason for this reduction is 0.O.A.C iiecsii.u in eease the present through service to Santl %  go via the BghafflM and Kingston. This particular route lost nenri i .'0,000 In II month* up to i iry this year. Replacing this service, which •res formony oporatad t*ici weekly on Tuesdays ami Fridays BO A C are l, nit I iid.n e a I.I 1 Service as far as Kingston only, which will operate every Friday 'tomorrow imesosyj Usf laal Ciaistellation to fly through to Santiago will leave London Air port Thr sviD bg the only ser vie to the Bahamas and the Caribbean until noil Honda) when the rKMTnal Kingston plant leave The new Kingston service will begin the following Friday 4) and afterwards forvti n %  sraekly. The heaviest Cemmuntsl thru as far as could lie delei miin through the veil at wn SOOth of Kumhwii This town, about IS mllei noi of the .mth parallel a a the nort ernmol poinl "I the Alll' •bulge" Bill Attack CHI ists att.i, ko i ii-. regimeotal sti the Vonchon in west just ninth ol the ImJIn ItiM their twin drive i bll both flam of tin. United Natrooi bulls A .II.nul .iitdli-i. ici-iited nion Cotnniunlsl irooi %  %  • taff oAeerg • Tokyo eld tin Nuld ba ii"tug il Earlier looa) Iteuln sport the rra that United Nation* troops hT aedoad il i Ii adrance at tw %  % %  u i si to the oast ol Hwoehon n si To-night* < oounui Allied trnopi were b Id alnlig the limin Itivc In the f/e where the Communtel reglmeti 'inns lo cross tli> riVOI had been 'hit heavily" by Allied s'rrrafl llery. CM Hold Ketlv From Outside Say* SiR GEORGE SEEI4 TMiE British Caribbean, if it k> to uevelop pi production and secondary industries, must attract capital from outside the area, says Sir George Seel, Comptroller for Development and Weltare in the West Indies, in his report for the year 1950, published today. Better industrial rela tions are also necessary for progress. "Much effort," says Sir George, "will be required before industrial relations in the West Indies are treed from the harmful tendency to use trade unions for political purposes %  the nood !>' %  capita) Lnveotnwri from thare 1 glao 1 rjgwd for tinintroduction of Induttrutl tochnb)un gnd CM appb ln| to ggHeulturo Ihe bent eoco oMainod in othoi ai 1 ihe tourist rn Ihe repo Novembri in British Ouians and Biitjfh wai i.i'd on the ttnu ting oe cepltal foi I and erraflng new facilities for t A.S tinimplementation ol de /elopment plans proceed, doubts %  .. which Weal MK f.HMt(. r ; -I II will be I<1 ananleci. tin mil rale ol governri %  ii havi \n Aildilionul BM.0M.PM The 111 '.'.. %  .i by thi United K I %  ii msda svaiiable t" tin Weot Indies will ..: basli 1 Then Ii lion 10 the V, icsull %  in British c.i.i In %  a Potaro and Masaruni JI a ..-. %  ,' nut Ii %  %  ...I .ii British Quiarui Iteell nusieg u %  . %  I mlSSlOn will be rssuisod In British Hood %  %  pie. in citrus and banana I nut r< pulatSDn musl flrt be 1 increase of population in all sarrito 1 a problem rshadnwhiK all planm Vfg t Indies. Advisorv Body ho rrsj. 1 the menl ind Welfan 1 H %  nd tb upon tne i %  g '. 1 %  %  plap.. inln "hi re n.d Kingdom I .,1,. 1, rm la %  DUgM t a Drgnniaa. Unuest its exiiert advlsoi imp it.nit 'in Ihp examinatiofi >.i davetoi ol hinds n isconceptlon i<> suppoai have %  %  (,V ColOl ' %  :''"' The reitort i* ptiOtl Advocate to l.ld.. sod is on sal^ st Hastlnga HouM %  i i %  0(1 centsj %  nclit:. j Tell the ADVOCATE the NEWS Dial 3113 Doy or Night PETAIN 95 TODAY ILF.CF.YFV. April 23. An official medical bulletin on the health of Itilllipe Retain 10 night said "condition though the patient was rather exhausted in the attcrnooo. Tempera Uire IT4. DUUsf Sfl. Tension 12.7 I'olain will be .' tomorrow —neuter (iui litiat Lauttched SOL'TH.'VITO*;. April 2$. Hum i puii.d .,nd pushed ihs %  M ir .i.i' ,, down the slipu %  II to the buildersdock < %  ttm waiship, the cecend of two built foi . It Ca everol tunes on her %  BOS geiitcr la Today, April 24, i '. nium Da) for the Bl London. win n..i i '; Britain Will Gel ArgriitiUr Mrul HUKNOS Alltt^. April 2J British meat supplies will Ing the next ': lot I %  uodei ai had here todaj rrgainlng i i at eei Elll and tllft per ton Wl %  ponded ihlp been de manding a provisional 11 H'' 0 1:97.436 imt ihe Britlsl Q %  %  meal had declined to go above AM Reuler New Defence Pad WASHINGTON, April 13 John roster Duller said In al inteiview publ^lifti hero today that the proiiosed defence pact between ih c United B tatSgl Australia and New Zealand. coHtemplsted setting up a consultativo body on which the three i %  afOuld be npieented. I. Ji.i ;i.ed quarters in Washington cxpett Ihnt P %  ith function i 1 the North Atlantic Council, will be —Re liter Tin lats s ,,., .. id Co liusta Hned i Tim Oar linn < .nnp. t.4" 1 ed and flned I Koine acts calrulated lo e.icoutaga -:.officers. Far East Will Not Be Sacrificed WASHINGTON, April W A-crill Harrlman, special assistant to President Truman declared that the administration had no intention of sacrificing >:e sake of buildin;up Europe's defences He explained that it was seeking to meet the challenge of %  World War III vented only "it we pun %  policies vigoraushj on i wide basis" he declared Harrlman who wai s| % %  vision programme yea* terdsy. declined to comment directly on the controversy beMac Arthur The "pi against Asia" Hamman >ald i .-i worl.: global designs o( the K Harriman States Government hi i i t to keeo peace tot ihe inisBBttVl la Europe" he said Thr I tlie Kremlit. the free natiofi %  %  prevent a new war by proving ilin wrong Harnman declsreJ — Renter ffcred heavy i tion Conununisl north and west ol HWOCI I-, "eontalned II added Urge K'oup ..I Communists wen repotted to be assembling north ol the Unite I Nations' line A~ Communists poured waul i'i nli id United Nelsons slrcrafi iepeuie.n> In ground u Imrnbing .. A coniinunnpie clan %  Coinuionr t nightfall Ihe biggest .in fi.i %  linos Jam U I %  .. intliclod in the Iinnm ..M %  I I the I % %  Mai the ea rnornint (on Ing allli drew lo avoid being %  ui off. Sunil-r intil':., ported it w % %  potm centi.il rroni %  two months that Communist i %  > %  ... :..,,i thi -. ,i n. extren %  !) lend in the campslfp —Ki-utrr Supint' \Hiiinlt .' UMIDON A Flttrpy Hat lean < onaervstiv Ihe Oovernmem in 111 Cominun tiKlu of a Mil tude towards the Argentine asked Ars yi ma' the Oovernmanl ludi i ernments lo go end M-I themselves up on Bni ehenevei ,.. df-nig great harm to British prestige" Will measuri U nee to the intertiationul fJourl Kenneth Voungei '•'* %  this t> an %  Ultudi We %  • settled i 'cans by rsejoustiona and • -, %  > %  %  present time what more drastic jaaasurse you have in %  —Reuler. Tin IT TO-DAY!! Kilo ciioKi.Mi M AIM; \IIIM: IT TASTES LIKE III ni.it IT COOKS LIKE llll ll.lt IT BAKES LIKE in inu IT IS ONLY CHEAPER THAN HITTER YOU'LL BE PLEASED WITH ITS HIGH QUALITY TOO! lib Hi, stir. .7 lb Hn al Ultr. /••/• lb. On sale at all Grocers and Provision Stores



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PAGI TWO II \KII Mills Ml\,11 \ i | TllMlU M'lill M, IMI fajuh galling %  H is HOT %  %  .: .' i %  %  I Kin spending H I I (i %  one For U. S. Holiday O FF TO THE U.S. on a long St Clair %  1 %  in School i %  % %  I %  % %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  net %  HI Bi %  Faster Holidays M '' 1 i GALE daughter I A I. (i..l. | vriijraic and M> SI Vincent when she Unj the Baatei i Mr and ilauifhtct Ifusaj, I i i. \ii and Bo i nSt. Edric Connor Makes B ; Itc R adio His 1st British Film **£??. LONDON. April 23. N f" Ednc Connor, 37-year-old ameer and aclor from Ti ini.'">. '-.' dad has just completed hi h film "Crv of the SSSL^^l'n, 'i?-,. Beloved Country." m i> >. H# Adapted from the novel rl| Alan Paton, which v CT best seller in the United States and run us a plus foi %  year, (2S *! it looks like being a great flton ICCI ' m Progr-i-i* it la about racial trouble* in T"hen C about racial "troubles "n". "Trnoo CofTnor" gave %  Rcetlng J","^'„ „"i2p, South Africa, and a murder which gUmp-%  M£I 111" P !" bring, in its train not hatred but West Indies Till Go-t O me He " ' P "" eioa* Down f.iendihlp. .It was shot in the f (oet MO, and broad < %  a w-m. native quarters of Johannesburg but his huge frame l" t ^ m roll T7. ', and the company were away about in ;.ll directions. He per c, three months on location. formed u few movements of the ****•; P ••• Connor has the dominating role Bungo Ui *hnh the ""ale dancer jtZmnm *&***** '' or the cunning unscrupulous pollmlnn.s H bird in ilight "f hb ato-l u*X ncian, who plays on the feelings female partner. -,— o. the crowd in order to Incite "The llungo" Connor said, "i* .' R them to mob violence. The film rne of the most beautiful I is new in the cutting and editing Hgnce* UI lha world. There jre i *—i stage, and is not likely to be n 0 set steps. There is JANETTA IIIII.SS MHM Latagf Rroad Street 1 aaagahsi Over Newum's DRESSES of all Types READYMADE and MADE TO ORDER lii*. is N. 1 If p in N*w p M W..I tnilUn Uural THr M-nk of OiMlneM shown until September or thereroars*. I" But l cannot undarstand ,•*.'.,'"...d^',"tT"r P 'm C about*. w h y (hey have legislated at! i.nsl MM > %  "< ""• """'I d> British Council to entertain an where m the world now, Govern"HSmfim 1 ^^' iudience of many nationalities at r tents arepaying out large sums )ft .,,]r,„, Nn^!d" thru Sunday • lub. of monev lo nrcanve folk lore." io i& mao p,oi %  Hi* held eviTyotie spellbound with a fascinating progranim< v Deride Now tn a ranged from calypso to the Music played %  gut p*'l in I-ird's I>rayer the life of the West Indies he said He brought out all the tragedy of As Ihcv would be handling then the old slave song "Death O' Me cwil affairs. West Indians might Lord He demonstrated, rich just as well decide now what they humour and occasionally drama intended to represent to ihe *. iM in calypsos with their dellber. as their indigenous cultura ately broken rhymes, wrongly "Without it." he -im %  dccetited syllablen and strangely w ill have no self roape impelling tunea. nation." \ p.-irents . Rev No Life Without Rhythm Connor talked like a man in i %  .'. mu-f Supciinlcndcri'. Our people enjoy drummim; ipired of songs, dances, folk tales. S|.i n:huu>wn Method 1st he explained. ''It is the way proverb* and oalypaot He said Church and Mrs. Lawrence also they express thcmselvea. Without lhat calypsos JIOIIC whld I Uft W the same opportunity for rhythm 1 don't think we could rened to be a typa | *ong. dealt with every ph ii . . VOICE WAS TIP VANCOUVER I9>yaar-old who underled a blind man's ability .her voices was sentenced to three months for fals pretences. The blind proprietot of a cigar store recognized the voice "I the accused as that of the same man who previously had mod to pass a SI bill as a S20.—(C'.P ) A T! 1 -. b lam Root who has tone AIII bo mth. up for medical treatment rig for about B W T k wnalDUhJ for about six months A JEV Bom" a triad MKW h he will visit his TVMarker w ,1 .st Mlehaela Kheduled J Jlrlc who works with Cabk !" M£ET ** %  Wireless l.ld at Electra !" m TO ' l.iil..: ..u.iiirirniiin ..n .t ; mM \„ Ariti-t.i., ., __.__ %  M_.. mat t\ prooaniy i returning Sunday from the Colons %  in ii M ci !" plane were Mr. nwrnii London Mr. Allan Wreel of %  '• %  I anotbei on i Ree. apd lira, f: % % %  Ii,,. I,u.viinp t( nyini: Laurie. The fourth II. bj with the Contr, — .. Jnrmii... Bosrd In Trinidad and will ne Lady iclegraphiit pending three months' holiday Hiwill i>e in Tn lha UK O N thenway to England hy the oil i ui*imill r gga Mi. Olive I Round-Trippers I i-. and Jamaica aftei lo %  ouNI>-TRlPpF.h^> Hi" 1 %  These Riils THl %  1\. lamalee. Mhu Pleher i VTce-Pr Ident 1 .i CJnvprnment telegraphist Olyminc Alaoclatlon. nod t Black RIVM sini. o*. four mbnl ni will be Dental Bombardment In rJlfferen r\BMTISTS in I Unlti I M> and Mn '"liW" Wainnd ...MlMMoytton 1> arc iuJ M Wright, Miss Nellie Pitt, Head^' P ptarloc* La claimed to h< of 81 JuoVi airlg' Miss May Herberl, Header the wi sinion > tute fc put on record." days when Rarb;ido< ised 300 years ago nnor has just recOVi uus Illness—Renter FILMS KOK SHUT-INS CORNWALL, Ontario. The Cornwall Film Council Ii providing without charge a projector, films and an operator t.< ,how them on request at homes of End Of A Perfect Day STARTLED READER ROCHDALE. Lancashire. England Mrs A. Butterworth was sitting in her armchair reading war novel when there was a loud bang. A cartridge exploded the fireplace, sending a fragment through the book. No one knew how long the bullet was there. —IC.P.) %  >ir III i T< 'iAY 4 45 and I 30 ft < ..iitmii.i i' Republic Pictures presents •• Tin: :IHU MX \ Starring Joseph COTTON—VALLI With Orson' WELLS and Trevor HOWARD now TO DAT A TOMORROW 4 3t and %  15 WarMr Bros. Smashing Double Errol FLYNN In •A'evl //.-IB A AND • HAD HBrV OF MISSOURI Dennis MORGAN & Wayne MORRIS %  '•'''•'''••/•.'.;%'.'.',;',',',',',',• inn A i TO DAY—Last Tws slums 4 31 and 38 20th Century Poa ix>uble . %  HVAN & James MASON "C.ucin AND "BATTLBGROl M> Vi.n JOHNSON A John HOD1AK OLYMPIC LAHT TWO mOW B TO-DAY 4 30 and K.I5 Fox & M-G.M Big Double Dick HAYMES & Vera M.l KN In "CARNIVAL /V COSTA RICA AND • 77/7 BEGINNING OH Till. H\l) Starring DONLBVY & Audrey TOTTER ii %  i Cruise, were Mi<* invalids or others who ire CODi i i:uason and Miss Dai-v flrwf | to lhC ir homes. The Volunn of "Havenscourt' Fon(rfr Service provide* comics as Mr and Mrs. E C. Jackwc n as educational pictures. -(CM NEVER TOO OLD FERGUS, Ontario. Mrs.. James Skeoch, 84. wl Just got tired of knitting and '[ don't know if you ever heard of two men who worked in the same office, and one afternoon one of them turned up "ijh ;> '•"•• bunch of flowers. The 'it her 0M anl Hillii. who ;ne tlu-se f"t" % %  d lag first man said, 'Oh. Ihi'Mr fm m| wife.' and the %  I %  id, "Oh, is il hei'liii'lul.i^ I ding or .something?' "No," saic „hu thttirst man, i often take nu bunch of flowers Dool gbar one siii la •-. Mis Hnwden is going within Mr ,.,,d Mrs. J, H, Proves-bs. JJLLa , h„ stattad uaintina y ot,> ond thc olh ''" '"' J,t d to join her husband I ol theto, gnd man) M, B nd Mn C t. Shepherd *„ i raif **<• insnu ta "' -Don t le silly. I've Ix-en marric .,. r* .. Colletoi II.use. St. Peter, Mm* ^..tiv formed art CUM' she r' "" ' ' w '! Visiting Dnughter h M Dowding. Miss Malt.7!SunJ ourgoodwork flm on.. -Why de-Vt you try W* "wTb "XmaSSi lurnln out tood ADY Da KHEITAS of Pavilion daeerll I a lliik(r-i Alpha Pliormacy, Miss Ihc ColombiiSheila Ward. Miss Audrey Ward. APPROPRIATE PART\KRS I on Siindav. She ta OH Tt* .. prt ||,. Winitn-,| Williams i. month leeui iDavid Read ol the Canawlth her daughter Hxi m careoi ,. n.mk of Commerco got off D W Moore and he,grai %  ( h|p In Trinidad and plans mam there for one week I'm ure your wife would dehgited.' So on the way horru the wcond man Imught liis buncl ol :a vera and when lie K"' Immi ln*e*y. not Itia Have already bad %  ndlx removed twice." —L.E.H. tot I:\TI •BK\_5f_i iw:a) %  5 <1 ,. ) ife opened thc door and he said %  Hello darling. I thought I'd give ..HI a little surprise tonight so i've brought you pome Bowei To his astonishment burst into lean w.n DO* what's the matter" ha %  -' %  v,vii %  Mid inwife, It'i been i BOLTON, England. dieadful day I've had a had Three players of the new Royal cold it lunch lime I drop Infirmary football team went ped UIP whole of the dinnei right back to the infirmary durthing! and now you've come home ing their first game. One sufferHi ed a broken leg and the two others C. A. /opce spenktiii IN 'i %  had cut knees.—(C.P.) proorei HANOI 8BtVKE PLAZA Theatre-Bridgefown (DIAL 23I0J IWS TO! OWnn rorrf. V111. Claud* I 8lr Crdrii HaM<*vklrlt* I riai baa %  •' %  THE WHITE TOWER" • %  porra KNOSS WOS81" %  nd THl aSDAV — Ml ! %  "• %  HTIAIAI fronlhe EAST & BLOOD mi Ik MOON aceaai a. pfiuxiicai wiou ti.i win auj %  aoitiy. (7i a Puu E in Ule oils up. 101 Id. Ud| from nut ol tni> ralu. (1) 11. TIC* DO. DUt tt could M. 14) 12. Wtiftv Hi* roan was biokfn, 1*1 1*. Hi".., ill 16. Tha utter IMUMDI*. CM | 17. I>-.T old SM I I Jl Ii*. Even a troui could tci>m ona, (6l 20. TliUled OD th tep t Ml %  ii In >iiiiii *usawt tnt arrival • the nrst itme. iSi It. CnuiO go wU (4| SB. So* S3 Down. Iiiixn 1. Ttine ahop* |imj> tn itocka. '•> i %  A.' Itl a toil* not INI) In tola Dreu-nUou* display, till i I a. l*i the orop -mjin. Hi tt. I'rwpe'tvr. Ui 7. *ltu ctMtii.'i 'o Qcioom 13) V. M'l l>" i-*.'-! >r ,.I,,I |i| in. Uai-k door, m ii. VtsMaaa it) id. LSM mint 70ua -i -t,w'*r to do. Ui :s lii.'i-* u-iise nat*rs*itrO. ojuiuui (nlitw. HI 33 I:.I 'H Aero A TilroBitburs atsts %  %  I %  . UtllU. (31 . Not a lot. (31 S UUI SHOWS TODAY 5 all^ nipm "BUCCANEER'S GISL" TOHORROH ,n,l rill K-1MV ,5 and llllnl. Leon ERROI. m n Kull L-:ii-th Film "GALS INCORPORATED" "WHEN TO-MORROW COMES" CHARLES BOYER — l::i ommra rainav ITTII J mi .JO -ini i : i, .. .. %  UrD. It KorlC. II Hoot. (.HI* I! iiia MSirti IUI imrn IM NAKED CITf CITY ACROSS m R|VER STEPHEN McWalW LU4-AL TALENT ON PAKAIIK BOYS vs. (ilRLS CONTEST MISS JOAN BKNTHAM .. II' MISS JOAN LICOHISII 'Tennessee Waltz" MISS PHYLLIS COLLY MOKE "SUVOT Dollar" IVOR HADMON Moi FItED SMALL .. . -you (\n| u„ pj 0 Wrong" BRUCE MANN .. "If" C.t'EST STARS THE SUPER TALENT MEN Gerald OAISLEY — Joe CLARK PIT 20 — HOUSE 36 — BAL. 48 — IIOX GO XlCfeatl on Sale fmm TOdav Globe Theatre ----BY THE WAY T llcaUon of a new wd example foi the young I ffti poetry w t-'.i-.ist -.i i Runarnok I .1 Utei • %  % %  ary avenl A l J Irii-liiBy BEACHCOMBER itisgraeefiil example set by thli lar, with the possible • 1 Tiklpok. has hart %  .I'm no DI 1 ontempor 1 1 .. 1 1 • %  CBU Ihli m .' > aueetlon neous aong of a r %  r." The Mmi none the !< %  1. -.". ora sarona "Ug slk kekek.' with II %  Cw IMI" 1 ikoj far j %  1 11 n llkman'i > an, and c^ In the context. A Preach IranalaUon ol Ruaa 1 una baa just been Bwarded the PWndna VHal t.-ni C/mgki tn 8kmp*$ I'tuv T IE %  builnefla man who b u %  %  ?<) houf dso 1* setting; a ttniiculi Hh I Unlit 1.11 Mr*. Iluiinil //its Sabotage T I kennel be psdi t. I 1 to say that U* I State cann 1 la < %  i neighbour. Mm by spying on him and M .Civil I %  :, %  d that a nl< %  horrible 1 :.: few words SI.. myself a 1 bould be allowed %  %  noi 'i ,1 i eedoti nd %  iial crlmln 1' M Ui n Tmlu-hi H OW rich the English language %  acomlnfl 1 note a new arrival lO-dav: "Servicing per (ui shi>u assistant. I.iff Hi'hintt Ihv Wninnrot II it an error-to Imagine thnr E*l.-. : ioj arc not Mad fo animals (News Item.) Seated upon seem The I thousnnds of gallons of water were healed in an English nlm studio in a temperature sum blah to allow an acUv** bathe 111 the Mediterranean. By the way this McdiW-i 1 nn\in nail uuda Bui the* COUtdnl rt enough milk lo j mean %  %  %  %  %  %  PLAZA DIAL OlSTIN ^O 4 •—SBBPtaMlr.,uii Sirwart in "HIliH al'MUOI. HaO' l*o Gore>and Oowrry llov"ANOEL'S ALLBT" and 111 v. h MIDNIOHT" -UK l<-.I.I' Mill % %  ..11 4. AIF IV (THE GARDEN) It, Jamat Li-l Sh.a TONIGHT ISO iR.KO "LAST BATH Ol MMfftBf* uiih Piastoa ro#t*r 1 •THl: AX VI.IN on many of these beautiful items . delighted with the rich loveliness of every piece Come in and choose to-day '. For the gifts you give with pride let Alfonso be your i fuido. At the Jewel Box of Barbados. 4Jfon%4 IB* DeLimai if Co. Corner of Broad A McGregor Slraats Cuntccn Sels. Sweet Dishes. Cream & Sugar Candle Slicks Cake Fork*" Tea Spoons Fruit Set Cocktail Pieces Knlree Dishes C;issero|e DBBIBM a-a


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, April 24, 1951
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OIL VST Ilk
LORDS
In thr House 0r Lords or.
April 18 Lord Tri u>i call*-.:
attention to the rra\r pool-
lion of the Hnlj-h I'iiIoii
Oil (ampanv. I innled i..
Barbados, arising from pre
fiTt-nli.il treatment -.ivrn h%
the Barbados liovrrnmnil
to a foreisn eonipan% md
asked thr RrHivi. *..,.,.
rarr.t for protection and ade-
quate mpri vilinn for Hi"
aOasssW*ttM of their proper
l\. He ;il>o nnvt-ii fr
paper-
He said this rimipjMi rn
llrel) ftrtii-h. heiv.ccn IWI'i
and 1'iln prv*prclrd for .. |
en |hr Wand, drilling S'i
well* and Producing 137,000
switssb. b | Hi 1(
stated thai |hr
(.'vrrnnienl ur
over the undcrgro
but would tram
r a onKpretlng Uoei
Ihrauihout ihr Lud
Bar had..-.
' lo take
ing rlghti
did
H*i.iw o..
en fii Mir ,.,inp.i
opIM-c the sjassdj
frlrlrum Bill | ,P K|r
bado, OmUrBl ami ,,.
UD ilL.}'J>n asamgjiaieh
Ihe Rill ,s ,,,_.,, ,,.
compai.v applied for Hit-
licence, bul I.-.-1... ,1 uul |r
CovrrnniPiil had .,,,,,.,,,-,;>
derided lo (IV,. t l.rrn.,.
10 more than >n- inaapsni
and offered I III. particular
riHUIHj only fj per MM
of the land, which u. if
lined Ah AmrrUni urtani-
saUan accepted ., ...mila.
offer, wlii.h i,t. inl,t
.ill. ..I. .!... | ,|lr
British company
The i. mp.iin ^ ,,, )l(, (|J||
b*en confiscated without
compensation. All ,i asked
for nag just ui- mil f.,|,
dealing In view of recent
MPWnlBffl in IV p.; a it
'.hould be remembered thai
if a member ol Mir Ciitmiijl
Empire \.a. allnued to eon
flscalr rights srttssOafl mm
pensalion. Mich a-. In this
rase. H Mould Iw extreme
lv dlflifill fur the Rrltkh
r.nvernmenl |<> Mct i.<
similar action a-air-.l a Rrl
l'*h riinnim lit ,i foreign
Government.
Lord >lllverloi, said thai
Che action of the Barlndo
Government was m)
credit to il or to Ha Ptpata
tlon for fair :.: One
word af advice from
the British Guvcrnmcm I.
me ..tvernoi of Barbados.
11 rourli the Krcrcl.ir\ ol
Stale would have the de-
sired efferl. The prevent
transaction affected the
reputation nl Hit- UinKli
Government and mide a
mcrkery of the prtatetple
of British Justice The Rri
iMi Government were not
impotent, and '.hould curb
ii. Ii an unhealthy man fe<
tallon of self.e\:prcs*lon
The Incident u*i .. ayasp
torn of the lark of in real
eclonlal policy The v\ .
Indie* uirr drrad the* be ".arrilired la make
a Cuban holid .v.
Lord Ofaaare, t nder See.
retary, t'ommonucalth Re
laiion- ..ml that what the
Barbados Government had
done was U natii uall/p lh-
mineral oil riehts mi more
handsome and fat our.il.l-
trrm'i to the lataataVRMffl
than the Art In thi. i ountr>
under the t'onwri aii>
The rompanv had nu leal
nclit lo rnmpensation tinder
the IUi-L.nl..- IVtrnleiim A-l
of 1950 for expropriation
.f lea'te* They had a lerat
rtfht lo eompenvation In
the ra*e of two wells and.
under the Nalura" (..s for
pcralion Act. I9S0 In re
spect of their pipeline
The comrmv had been
hast) in breaking off neo
tiatlono Hli Ihe QaTCaU
menl and dilatory in ptMtt
inj Ihrir r>o.urst lor com
pri s.ihmi under the IVtPo-
Ifum Act and the Vaturtl
(in Corporation Art. Thrv
t nt'-d this niain.eiivrr Ith
the intention cf oblalninc a
monoroh lii'iu" the* were
not aall'.ftrd with their rx
i.Hue rights The ( olonial
Secretary made reprevnta
,. i to the Ui-'n'i. c;ov-
ernment to , .ni the on
pan, a pra-pectln* lli-ence
for the wholi- island but
Ihe R'irbadn* fioyernment
did n.d acree and rrmled
(hem m ly 51 P*r rent Then-
had been nu preferential
treatment of a foeelen mm
pan*. I'nder u> pr.-tU- lh- Government
and Ihe L'l'lature had
w!de power* In bjtanul
affairs For the Colonlil
SerreUry to have eiifurcrd
Ilia wMif. and t.terridclrn
the t:\ecutive f'ommillee of
Rarbarfo* wciild ha- e been
Incompatible irHll nimlern
trends In colonial admlnl
I ration
The bMM "u -'n.iiid re
open neolltlnns irtth the
Rarbidcs Goi eminent for
Ihr crant of a nrt'.pe-Hnr
licence on the i-enninder at
Uie l.i.i The* -l.n.,ld also
put in their elalm for com
neru'inn '!. was me the
ralonlil Office wculd a^I'd
Ihen. v- far - II "'''' Th*
r.mDini miehl r-'i-.
liberal treatment than it
k ,d
The motion '- nerativrd
<.<
DO NOT FOLLOW AMERICA
Sevan tells House of Commons
Mass Unemployment i
Faces United Kingdom
vi nu 17 vkaii* m i iisi \s
LONDON, April 23.
LABOUR MINISTER Aneurin Bevan, who has
caused a Government crisis by resigning hip
post, explained his position in the House of Com
mons this afternoon.
Bevan said that Britain could not achieve her bic
new re armament programme without damaging
her economies and those of the whole world.
He urged Britain "not to follow behind the anarchy!
of American capitalism".
.mi .*\iiu'iic.ins propose
Lheir tture of arm*,
nMlM UOM in civil mil
-iwmtea, but out of
production.
very lonR. An.cru-.in
pindtd for
idUcUon uloiio by h per-
. qua) to the total llrilish
ipptntd ctemandii
upon the wrorld'i precious mate
rliil? would be- such that the civ
| Uvj W. U i n
ttorki outside iXmorl a would I*
tut derm i net I.
UiU'inployniont
There WOUld I*' muss uncm
i Already many impor
i \ were
voridng ihort lime. Men in many
ImperUnl British industrial
i i. oefnrc the
the yew unit
ihitiu could ' done
bad always been
:..ndard of
i mult be
Uy same time ai
the defense programme.
nig that we have en-
gngeri nn .-in armament pro-
lent with thoe
considerations. I could no longer
remain u member of the Govern-
ment" he said.
AMI KIN Bf VAN
I" attar from the Budget
. m Ol till K-
I chequer had abandoned any hope
Inflation.
iitct. |,e snld. had united
Ihe i'y. **tifled Conservative
11| po Ith n uid dl unllad the
I at hour Party
then made a personal
attack on the Chancellor of the
i H |h Oi 11 kali He
i said the rreaaury had too many
economists advising it. and the
iafortunc '' having
as Chancellor
Bev
Mac Arthur
Did Not Know
NEW YORK. April 23
Major Oenaral Casirtnt i H
ney, persona! kdvlaat i>> Oenaral
Douglas MiicArihui aaU today
nut Mm Central never had been
told why he *a: diMintsed
He has not the Mntt
aid Whitney in an interview, He
ddetl that PreaMent Trumair*
dismissal of his chief did not fol-
low a military precedent.
"General MacArthur had no
opportunity even to IranWii his
command. He was dismissed the
moment he received the mesaage
from the President From that
moment he no longer exercised
authority. I think there is no
precedent in American history".
Keuler.
Caribbe&i
Attract
Must
Capital
Hungary Asked
To Free Briton
LONDON, April 23.
Urit.iin has made four major
repress nlat ions to Hungary \\\
uie las: six months for the re-
lease of Edgar Sanders. 46-ycai-
old British subject sentenced !>
13 years.' imprisonment for es-
pionage and economic sabotage
by the Budapest People'* Cou't
in February. 150.
This was disclosed by a For-
eign Office spokesman here to-
Benderi was sentenced at the-
me time m ihe American liusi-
iii Robert Vogelei
Hungarian authorities refttaed
U> allow Sanders to receive s
letter from his sister inform in s
inn of their father's death, the
n added.
"Our efforts so far have been
entirely without results'' he said
Heater
Tlir.'VlPi: BAND nl Un 1-1
Battalion Royal IrdUsaaattu
Fuslbei. Home after Mr*! .g
ovar-ea- for 17 years naat.'h
alang trie quay after tu-i
arnval bone oo U broop^aio
Pllwara Tha battalion hi*
served in Shanghai. Smga
pore. India. Burma. Hens
Konit. Malaya and Uia Wm*
Indies.
STRIKERS GET
ULTIMATUM
MADRID. April 23
The Spanish Government today
issued an ultimatum to industrial
worker, on strike in two major
cities of Northern Spain to return
to work immediately
Those not returning *rt
ed they may be dismissed anil
"suffer other penally"
A thousand aie on strike in
Bilbao mid Sebastian In protest
against the cost of Uvtrkj imdoi
SCO Regime Reuler.
Bevan accused Ihe Chancellor! A -.-.-.?_*,/ 1* TL
stealing" 1100.000.000 a year St/ifMH Hi PCI MO I ItO
U.S. Senate
out of the National Insurance
Fund out of contributions that
workers have paid into it to fin
'
it
SliaiiH'"
There were cries of "shame" at
this bul Bev,m rtpeated his accu
MUort loiter he sweut a hand
towards : Uvfl benches
and demanded "What answer
whan the vandals come
In and sit hert '
Uwan ended: "I still say there
is only one hope inr msnKinu and
that Is democrat i< Socialism
iily one Party in Great
Britain that can do it. and that
....in Part| '
lb- appealed to the Labour
Party not to change direction now,
ihe rest ol the world
it wai not going to be diverted
from its path by the exigencies of
l..iti situation.
ihesjld itseat *fte was
do what was necessary
to defend herself not only b> arms
but with the spiritual resources or
| her people.
Bevan s strong speech made a
In trie House which was
crowded with members. He sal
down amid a buzz of conversation
was no applause or any-
other demonstration for him.
Conservative Sir Waldron
SJ not the
Government's duty to announce
. Qmeral Election
on the Government
Bench gave no answer.
LANSING. Micnigan,
April 23.
President Truman'* mnjoiitv tin
the United Slates' Senate in-
creased from two to four to-day
by appointment of a democrat la
succeed the late Rl
Senator Arthur H. Va
Mcnncn Williams. Governor o'
Michigan today named 49-year-
<>Id Democrat, Blair Moody, jour-
. lUCCesd Vaiidenherg as
one of Ihe two Senator* fur Michi
gan, Under United States con-
rtltution the (;overnor of a state
appoints I successor for the re-
mainder of a current term whe:
ni the Senate occurs.
Vandenberg'k term was due to
expire in July 1953 and Moody
will hold the seat until then
after svhicfi there will be mi
elected Senator Before Vanden-
Ix-rg's death on April 18 the
Senate was made up of 411 Demo-
crats and 47 Republicans.
Reuler
A KING S STORY IN
HIS OWN WORDS
The Duke Says:
I'd Do II Again
Prom NEWELL RCKlEBfi
NEW YORE
The L>uki' of Windsor wimiM
do it u'l over again"it"
boini; th* abdication
marriau'e to Mis VV.illis Simp-
son.

was up on i
ol Neu v rk' Waldorl Astorh
i It
("il 1 break w ii
teiiuiK nmorten aitom his
i k - >." pah*
'-lay.
It was fr.miod like this:
Que*ti.*n: ! : i
dollar question If you
do over, would you do it all ngatn''
Thr Duke i
I am a happ Britain h; ;. very fine King."
A ropy of his booh
for Hi.- Km,
the Kin^ grid bis 1
read porliims of the
A Hog's Story" (These
a;l>eared in Ihe Sunday fxp'eaa
Doits
>rm win real
them"
Now ;| copy of the 11001 pre
ur/iabb the 13S edition ha
i ,- Kmn
Said tin' i
He bag h "i '
know what he thinks Ol it
*l have ganl gift i opt)
oihers in Bnglan I
hrr-ik. Sir Walter Monckton. and
Oeorgi Allen, my soil
i St know vet I
hall i>c m Knglai i
when the book is piiblisr.cd th'Te"
The Duke said lu
I to P
end if May ond "will poastbly dc
I Uttle tiavelline in Ki.i >i>e '
A word of Ihrdski
for Ihe l>nrhes
THAT .

Ducbcsa res
I he llllir:
.di But .she baa had U
a greal
0) >l' I'age 3
REDS PUSH U.N.
TROOPS BACK
TOKYO An
Big Chines.- Communist attacks drove In.k 1
Notions' troops alonji most of the Korean Iiont today
All Kighth Army communique tonight sanl AIIicmI troopl
wen falling back "in ijood order" lo dctnce p iitl<
'' no indication nl extending Ihe withdrawal
Bucked ti> heaVJ artillii.v bOm-
oardmeiilh. ConununiSI
forward thmiichoui
along almost tin wlmle "t Ine M
I mile Iront. driving u bis WOdgO
inin the oentra -t the Unite <
NsUoc
MEAT
I OKI OF SPAIN. April 20
iivm Uelle. a Port.of-
Spsin meal vendoi. wan
I ftOO '..I railing one
pound of pork for 72 cents
iiisicd of 41 cents.
BOAC Will Redact
S trvicei This WeA
I .oNlKJN, April 23
HO AC services hetwe-n Brfl
ii .nul the Bahamas and tli.
Caribbean ire tn ba i educed l>e
ginning this week In future
(I ': srill only bg two Mights each
load of three
The reason for this reduction is
0.O.A.C iiecsii.u in eease the
present through service to Santl
go via the BghafflM and Kings-
ton.
This particular route lost nenr-
i i .'0,000 In II month* up to
i iry this year.
Replacing this service, which
res formony oporatad t*ici
weekly on Tuesdays ami Fridays
BO A C are l, nit I iid.n e a i.i1-
Service as far as Kingston only,
which will operate every Friday
'tomorrow imesosyj Usf laal
Ciaistellation to fly through to
Santiago will leave London Air
port Thr sviD bg the only ser
vie to the Bahamas and the
Caribbean until noil Honda)
when the rKMTnal Kingston plant
leave
The new Kingston service will
begin the following Friday
4) and afterwards forvti n '
sraekly.
The heaviest Cemmuntsl thru
as far as could lie delei miin
through the veil at
wn SOOth of Kumhwii
This town, about IS mllei noi
of the .mth parallel a a the nort
ernmol poinl "I the Alll'
bulge"
Bill Attack
Chi
ists att.i, ko
i ii-.
regimeotal sti
the Vonchon in
west just ninth ol the ImJIn ItiM
their twin drive i bll both flam
of tin. United Natrooi bulls
A .ii- .nul .iitdli-i.
ici-iited nion Cotnniunlsl irooi
,
taff oAeerg Tokyo eld tin
Nuld ba ii"- tug il
Earlier looa) Iteuln
sport the rra
that United Nation* troops hT
aedoad il i Ii adrance at tw
u i si
to the oast ol Hwoehon n si
To-night* < oounui
Allied trnopi were b Id
alnlig the limin Itivc In the f/e '
where the Communtel reglmeti
'inns lo cross tli> riVOI had been
'hit heavily" by Allied s'rrrafl
llery.
CM Hold Ketlv
From Outside
Say* SiR GEORGE SEEI4
TMiE British Caribbean, if it k> to uevelop pi
production and secondary industries, must
attract capital from outside the area, says Sir
George Seel, Comptroller for Development and
Weltare in the West Indies, in his report for the
year 1950, published today. Better industrial rela
tions are also necessary for progress.
"Much effort," says Sir George, "will be required
before industrial relations in the West Indies are
treed from the harmful tendency to use trade
unions for political purposes "
the nood !>' capita) Lnveotnwri from
thare 1 glao 1 rjgwd for tin- introduction of Induttrutl toch-
nb)un gnd CM appb ln| to ggHeulturo Ihe bent
eoco oMainod in othoi ai 1
ihe tourist rn Ihe repo
Novembri in British Ouians and Biitjfh
wai i.i'd on the
ttnu ting oe cepltal foi
I and erraflng new
facilities for t.....
a.s tin- implementation ol de
/elopment plans proceed, doubts
.. which Weal
MK f.HMt(.r; -I II
will be
.......I<- 1 ananleci.
tin mil rale ol governri
ii havi
.
\n Aildilionul BM.0M.PM
The 111
'.'.. .i by thi
United K
I

ii msda svaiiable t" tin Weot
Indies will
..: basli
1 ,
Then Ii
lion 10 the V, icsull

in British c.i.i
In -' a Potaro and Masaruni ji a
..-.,' nut Ii

....I .ii British
Quiarui Iteell nusieg u

I mlSSlOn will be
rssuisod
In British Hood

pie. in citrus and banana I nut
r< pulatSDn musl flrt be
1 increase of population
in all sarrito 1 a problem
rshadnwhiK all planm
- Vfg t Indies.
Advisorv Body
ho rrsj. 1 the
menl ind Welfan 1 h

nd tb
upon tne i
. g '. 1 plap..
. inln "hi re
n.d Kingdom I
.,1,. 1, rm la DUgM t a Drgnniaa.
Unuest
its exiiert advlsoi
imp it.nit 'in Ihp
examinatiofi >.i davetoi
ol hinds
n isconceptlon i<> suppoai
have

(,V ColOl ' ',:'- '"'
The reitort i* ptiOtl
Advocate to l.ld.. sod is on sal^
st Hastlnga HouM i i - 0(1 centsj

nclit:. j
Tell the ADVOCATE
the NEWS
Dial 3113
Doy or Night
PETAIN 95 TODAY
ILF.CF.YFV. April 23.
An official medical bulletin on
the health of Itilllipe Retain 10 ,
night said "condition
though the patient was rather ex-
hausted in the attcrnooo. Tempera
Uire IT4. DUUsf Sfl. Tension 12.7
I'olain will be .' tomorrow
neuter
(iui litiat Lauttched
SOL'TH.'VITO*;. April 2$.
Hum i
puii.d .,nd pushed ihs
M ir .i.i' ,,
down the slipu
ii to the builders- dock <
ttm waiship, the
cecend of two built foi
. .
It Ca everol tunes on her
BOS geiitcr
la
Today, April 24, i '.
nium Da) for the Bl
London.
win n..i i ';
Britain Will Gel
ArgriitiUr Mrul
HUKNOS Alltt^. April 2J
British meat supplies will
Ing the next ':
lot I uodei ai
had here todaj
rrgainlng
i i at eei Elll
and tllft per ton Wl
ponded ihlp.....'
been de
manding a provisional 11.....H'' 0
1:97.436 imt ihe Britlsl Q
meal had declined to go above
AM Reuler
New Defence Pad
WASHINGTON, April 13
John roster Duller said In al
inteiview publ^lifti hero today
that the proiiosed defence pact
between ihc United BtatSgl
Australia and New Zealand. coH-
templsted setting up a consultativo
body on which the three i ' "
afOuld be npieented.
I. Ji.i ;i.ed quarters in Washing-
ton cxpett Ihnt P
.ith function i1
the North Atlantic Council, will be
Re liter
Tin
lats s
,,., ..
id Co
liusta Hned
i Tim Oar linn < .nnp. t.4"1
ed and flned I
Koine acts calrulated lo e.icoutaga
-:.- officers.
Far East Will Not Be Sacrificed
WASHINGTON, April
W A-crill Harrlman, special
assistant to President Truman
declared that the administration
had no intention of sacrificing
>:e sake of build-
in;- up Europe's defences
He explained that it was seek-
ing to meet the challenge of

World War III
vented only "it we pun
policies vigoraushj on i
wide basis" he declared
Harrlman who wai s|
vision programme yea*
terdsy. declined to comment
directly on the controversy be-
Mac Arthur
The "pi
against Asia" Hamman >ald
i
.-i worl.:
global designs o( the K
Harriman
States Government hi
i
i t to keeo peace
tot ihe inisBBttVl la
Europe" he said Thr
I tlie Kremlit.
the free natiofi

prevent a new war by proving
- ilin wrong Harnman
declsreJ Renter
ffcred heavy
i tion Conununisl
north and west ol HWOCI
I-, "eontalned II added
Urge K'oup ..I Communists
wen repotted to be assembling
north ol the Unite I Nations' line
a~ Communists poured
waul i'i nli id
United Nelsons slrcrafi
iepeuie.n> In ground u
Imrnbing ..
A coniinunnpie clan
Coinuionr t nightfall
Ihe biggest .in fi.i
linos Jam U
I .
.. intliclod
in the Iinnm ..m I .
I
the I Mai
the ea
rnornint (on Ing allli
drew lo avoid being ui off.
Sunil-r intil':.,
ported it w potm
centi.il rroni
two months that Communist
i > ... :..,,i thi
-. ,i n. extren !) lend
in the campslfp Ki-utrr
Supint' \Hiiinlt .'
UMIDON A
Flttrpy Hat lean < onaervstiv
Ihe Oovernmem in 111
Cominun tiKlu of a Mil
tude towards the Argentine
asked Ars yi
ma' the Oovernmanl
ludi i
ernments lo go end m-i themselves
up on Bni ehenevei
,..
df-nig great harm to British pres-
tige" Will
measuri U nee to the
intertiationul fJourl '
Kenneth Voungei ''*

this t> an
Ultudi We

settled i 'cans by
rsejoustiona and -,>
present time what more drastic
jaaasurse you have in
Reuler.
Tin IT TO-DAY!!
Kilo -
ciioKi.Mi m aim; \iiim:
IT TASTES LIKE iii ni.it
IT COOKS LIKE llll ll.lt
IT BAKES LIKE in inu
IT IS ONLY
CHEAPER THAN HITTER
YOU'LL BE PLEASED WITH
ITS HIGH QUALITY TOO!
lib Hi,
stir.
.7 lb Hn al________Ultr. // lb.
On sale at all Grocers and
Provision Stores


PAGI TWO
II \KII Mills Ml\,11 \ i |
TllMlU M'lill M, IMI
fajuh galling

His HOT


. .:
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'

I
' Kin spending h
I
I (i one
For U. S. Holiday
OFF TO THE U.S. on a long
St Clair
'
1
in School
i ' I

I
net hi Bi

Faster Holidays
M''1 i GALE daughter
I A I. (i..l. |
vriijraic and M>
SI Vincent when she
Unj the Baatei
i Mr and
ilauifhtct Ifusaj, I
i i. \ii and
Bo
i
nSt.
Edric Connor Makes B;Itc'Radio
His 1st British Film **??.
LONDON. April 23. Nf"
Ednc Connor, 37-year-old ameer and aclor from Ti ini- .'">. '-.'
dad has just completed hi h film "Crv of the SSSL^^l'n, 'i?-,.
Beloved Country." m i> >. h#
, Adapted from the novel rl| Alan Paton, which v CT
best seller in the United States and run us a plus foi year, (2S *!
it looks like being a great flton icci ' m Progr-i-i*
it la about racial trouble* in T"hen C
about racial "troubles "n". "Trnoo CofTnor" gave Rcetlng J","^' "i2p,
South Africa, and a murder which gUmp-- mi 111" P
bring, in its train not hatred but West Indies Till Go-t O me He " ' p "" eioa* Down
f.iendihlp. .It was shot in the - f (oet MO, and broad < a w-m._________
native quarters of Johannesburg but his huge frame l"t^ m roll T7. ', '
and the company were away about in ;.ll directions. He per c,
three months on location. formed u few movements of the ****; p
Connor has the dominating role Bungo Ui *hnh the ""ale dancer jtZmnm *&***** ''
or the cunning unscrupulous poll- mlnn.s H bird in ilight "f hb ato-l u*X
ncian, who plays on the feelings female partner. -,
o. the crowd in order to Incite "The llungo" Connor said, "i* .' R
them to mob violence. The film rne of the most beautiful I
is new in the cutting and editing Hgnce* UI lha world. There jre i *i
stage, and is not likely to be n0 set steps. There is
JANETTA IIIII.SS MHM
Latagf Rroad Street 1 aaagahsi Over Newum's
DRESSES of all Types
READYMADE
and
MADE TO ORDER
lii*. is
N. 1 If p in N*w
p M W..I tnilUn Uural
THr M-nk of OiMlneM
shown until September or there- roars*. I" But l cannot undarstand ,*.'.,'"...d^',"tT"r P'm C
about*. why (hey have legislated at! i.nsl Mm Connor s mnbition now is Holly, it. It la such a beautiful dance. * ,h* **** P m *'* Com-m h-ii

I* is
THE DEFEATED JAMAICA TENNIS TRAM was intranet through
ai .ifirr tnkuijt purl in thl Brandon Trophy gsm**
which v*t- waa by Trinidad. Pictured on their way out to the plans
- bin '. Jn i'nrfiuh*ron
IB.W I A. pilot). Iton sturdy .-.net Eddie Aris.
M
Flew Thiir. Home
|IM PARQUHAR80N wb
Brandon Ti i ami
: \CE WARll who had >>"< "" """'I Back; From Trinidad
i in TrUiMM (... tin- i...
_ -. -.. .1 I i a i i i.
exponent of West Indian music in instead to do Morris dancing; and
Britain, he was invited by the it is not rinhl. v Tin Ifatnaa iv>d>
British Council to entertain an where m the world now, Govern- "HSmfim1^^'
iudience of many nationalities at r tents are- paying out large sums )ft.,,]r,, Nn^!d"
thru Sunday lub. of monev lo nrcanve folk lore." io i& mao p,oi
Hi* held eviTyotie spellbound
with a fascinating progranim< v Deride Now
tn a ranged from calypso to the Music played gut p*'l in
I-ird's I>rayer the life of the West Indies he said
He brought out all the tragedy of As Ihcv would be handling then
the old slave song "Death O' Me cwil affairs. West Indians might
Lord He demonstrated, rich just as well decide now what they
humour and occasionally drama intended to represent to ihe *. iM
in calypsos with their dellber. as their indigenous cultura
ately broken rhymes, wrongly "Without it." he -im '
dccetited syllablen and strangely will have no self roape
impelling tunea. nation."
\ p.-irents . Rev No Life Without Rhythm Connor talked like a man in
i .'. mu-f Supciinlcndcri'. Our people enjoy drummim; ipired of songs, dances, folk tales.
S|.i n:huu>wn Method 1st he explained. ''It is the way proverb* and oalypaot He said
Church and Mrs. Lawrence also they express thcmselvea. Without lhat calypsos jIoiic whld I
Uft W the same opportunity for rhythm 1 don't think we could rened to be a typa
| *ong. dealt with every ph
ii . .
VOICE WAS TIP
VANCOUVER
I9>yaar-old who under-
led a blind man's ability
.her voices was sen-
tenced to three months for fals
pretences. The blind proprietot
of a cigar store recognized the
voice "I the accused as that of
the same man who previously
had mod to pass a SI bill as a
S20.(C'.P )
A
. T!1-.
b lam
Ro-
ot who has tone
aiII bo
mth.
up for medical treatment
rig for about
! B W T k wnalDUhJ for about six months A jEv Bom" a
triad MK- W h he will visit his tV- Marker w
,1 .st Mlehaela Kheduled J Jlrlc who works with Cabk mEt**
' Wireless l.ld at Electra mTO '
l.i- il..: ..- ------ u.- iiirirniiin ..n .t ; mM \ Ariti-t.i., ., __.__ *_ m_.. mat t\ prooaniy i
returning
Sunday from the Colons
in ii M ci
plane were Mr. nwrnii London Mr. Allan
Wreel of '' I anotbei on i Ree. apd
lira, f: Ii,,. I- ,u.viinpt(nyini:
Laurie. The fourth II. bj with the Contr-
, .. Jnrmii... Bosrd In Trinidad and will ne
Lady iclegraphiit pending three months' holiday
Hi- will i>e in Tn lha UK
ON then- way to England hy the oil
i ui*imillr gga Mi. Olive I Round-Trippers
I i-. and Jamaica aftei lo ouNI>-TRlPpF.h^>
Hi"1 These Riils THl 1\.
lamalee. Mhu Pleher i VTce-Pr Ident 1
.i CJnvprnment telegraphist Olyminc Alaoclatlon.
nod t Black RIvm sin- i. o*.
four mbnl ni will be Dental Bombardment
In rJlfferen r\BMTISTS in I Unlti I m> and Mn '"liW" Wain-
nd ...MlMMoytton 1> arc iuJ M Wright, Miss Nellie Pitt, Head-
^', P ptarloc* La claimed to h< of 81 JuoVi airlg'
. Miss May Herberl, Head-
er the wi sin- i- on > tute f rapo) drill I. Mi^s Cl. Warren. Mrs
at Lirminiiham University Bnlw i; trailte. housekeeper of Erdiston
bj (he Bxtra-MUral the llr*t nf tiw I .lloge, Mr. Geoffrey Sk
Colic -
iu B
He presented calypso contrasts life
s great as "The Virgin Mary Had Works of art he
Baby Bom'1 and "Murder In "uvild not be allowed
i air so Savi them. Even if you io not
he Elizabethan? use them now. ut least let Ufefm
probably goes back lo the i>c put on record."
days when Rarb;ido<
ised 300 years ago
nnor has just recOVi
uus IllnessRenter
FILMS KOK SHUT-INS
CORNWALL, Ontario.
The Cornwall Film Council Ii
providing without charge a pro-
jector, films and an operator t.<
,how them on request at homes of
End Of A
Perfect Day
STARTLED READER
ROCHDALE. Lancashire.
England
Mrs A. Butterworth was sit-
ting in her armchair reading
war novel when there was a loud
bang. A cartridge exploded
the fireplace, sending a fragment
through the book. No one knew
how long the bullet was there.
IC.P.)
>ir iii i
T< 'iAY 4 45 and I 30
ft < ..iitmii.i i'
Republic Pictures presents
Tin: :IHU MX \ "
Starring
Joseph COTTONVALLI
With
Orson' WELLS and
Trevor HOWARD
now
TO DAT A TOMORROW
4 3t and 15
WarMr Bros.
Smashing Double
Errol FLYNN In
A'evl //.-IB A "
AND
HAD HBrV OF
MISSOURI "
Dennis MORGAN &
Wayne MORRIS
''''''''/.'.;%'.'.',;',',',',',',
inn ai.
TO DAYLast Tws slums
4 31 and 38
20th Century Poa ix>uble .
HVAN &
James MASON
"C.ucin "
AND
"BATTLBGROl M> "
Vi.n JOHNSON A
John HOD1AK
OLYMPIC
LAHT TWO mOW B
TO-DAY 4 30 and K.I5
Fox & M-G.M Big Double
Dick HAYMES &
Vera M.l KN
In
"CARNIVAL /V
COSTA RICA "
AND
77/7 BEGINNING
OH Till. H\l) "
Starring
DONLBVY &
Audrey TOTTER
ii i Cruise, were Mi<* invalids or others who ire COD-
i i i:uason and Miss Dai-v flrwf| to lhCir homes. The Volun-
n of "Havenscourt' Fon- (rfr Service provide* comics as
Mr and Mrs. E C. Jack- wcn as educational pictures.
-(CM
NEVER TOO OLD
FERGUS, Ontario.
Mrs.. James Skeoch, 84. wl
Just got tired of knitting and
'[ don't know if you ever heard
of two men who worked in the
same office, and one afternoon one
of them turned up "ijh ;> '"
bunch of flowers. The 'it her 0M
anl Hillii. who ;ne tlu-se f"t"
d lag first man said, 'Oh.
Ihi'Mr fm m| wife.' and the
I id, "Oh, is il hei'liii'lul.i^
I
ding or .something?' "No," saic
hu tht- tirst man, i often take nu
- bunch of flowers Dool
gbar one siii
la -. Mis Hnwden is going within Mr ,.,,d Mrs. J, H, Proves-bs. JJLLa, h stattad uaintina yot,>' ond thc olh''" '"' "J,t
d to join her husband I ol theto, gnd man) M, Bnd Mn C t. Shepherd * iraif **< insnu ta "' -Don t le silly. I've Ix-en marric
.,. - r* .. Colletoi II-.use. St. Peter, Mm* ^..tiv formed art cUm'she r' "" w'- !
Visiting Dnughter h m Dowding. Miss Malt.- 7!SunJ ourgoodwork flm on.. -Why de-Vt you try W*
. "wTb "XmaSSi lurnln" out tood
ADY Da KHEITAS of Pavilion daeerll I a lliik(r-i Alpha Pliormacy, Miss________________
Ihc Colombii- Sheila Ward. Miss Audrey Ward. APPROPRIATE PART\KRS
I on Siindav. She ta OH Tt* .. prt ||,. Winitn-,| Williams
, i. month leeui i- David Read ol the Cana-
wlth her daughter Hxi m careoi ,. n.mk of Commerco got off
D W Moore and he,- grai (h|p In Trinidad and plans
mam there for one week
I'm ure your wife would
dehgited.' So on the way horru
the wcond man Imught liis buncl
ol :a vera and when lie K"' Immi
ln*e* LEICESTER. England
Partners in a firm of real aa- JJJ ho||S). h(. ,.lllk ,,. ,.,, H
drill.
children wh.....e alleiKlIng school tin 'o prepon
Racing tun... ,
t aiotMa Ba :,<' *,th.n"'"1 ,
i wh. Long Leave
p ......ifha' holiday \yiCE PRINCIPAL ol I
m the U.K. This is Fred's ll.nl V College, Mr. .1 U
acjaato Endland In flfte n , .-
iitlhi.pe- tn t back iii t the U.K. by the French liner
Yog ,1"' Ai. race c lomMt
Ftiiit- Prod They
Incidental Intelligence
IN Hnti.-h Columbia.
,. llapaed In Um i
tn U- agents here are Messrs.
Sparrow and Chicken. They're
hoping lhat no Mr. Hawk turn*
up.(C.P.)
(ItUSSHOKII
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1
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a

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GLOBE THEATRE
Bill) Wilder were (he otnai
tut itea K'jving by the Calumble. and Hi I
itraet, and wai
hospital, Noises found
, ins waltteoal i i "
in the House Surgeon.
i ,is,. i i rpilep>y. not
Itia Have already bad
ndlx removed twice."
L.E.H.
tot i:\ti BK\_5f_i,iw:a)
"
5
<1

,.
)
ife opened thc door and he said
Hello darling. I thought I'd give
..hi a little surprise tonight so
i've brought you pome Bowei
To his astonishment
burst into lean w.n do*
what's the matter" ha -'
v,vii Mid in- wife, It'i been i
BOLTON, England. dieadful day I've had a had
Three players of the new Royal cold it lunch lime I drop
Infirmary football team went ped Uip whole of the dinnei
right back to the infirmary dur- thing! and now you've come home
ing their first game. One suffer- Hi
ed a broken leg and the two others C. A. /opce spenktiii in 'i
had cut knees.(C.P.) proorei
HANOI 8BtVKE
PLAZA Theatre-Bridgefown (DIAL 23I0J
IWS TO!
OWnn rorrf. V111. Claud* I
8lr Crdrii HaM<*vklrlt* I
riai baa "' '
" THE WHITE TOWER"
porra knoss WOS81"
nd THl aSDAV Ml !"
HTIAIAI fronlhe EAST & BLOOD mi Ik MOON
aceaai
a. pfiuxiicai wiou ti.i win auj
aoitiy. (7i
a Puu E in Ule oils up. 101
Id. Ud| from nut ol tni> ralu. (1)
11. TIC* DO. DUt tt could M. 14)
12. Wtiftv Hi* roan was biokfn, 1*1
1*. Hi".., ill
16. Tha utter imumdi*. CM |
17. i>-.t old SM I I Jl
Ii*. Even a troui could tci>m ona,
(6l 20. TliUled od th tep t Ml
ii In >iiiiii *usawt tnt arrival
the nrst itme. iSi
It. CnuiO go wU (4|
SB. So* S3 Down.
Iiiixn
1. Ttine ahop* |imj> tn itocka. '>
i A.' Itl a toil* not ini)
In tola Dreu-nUou* display, till
i I
a. l*i the orop -mjin. Hi
tt. I'rwpe'tvr. Ui
7. *ltu ctMtii.'i 'o Qcioom 13)
V. M'l l>" i-*.'-! >r ,.i,,i |i|
in. Uai-k door, m ii. VtsMaaa it)
id. lsm mint 70ua -i -t,-
w'*r to do. Ui
:s lii.'i-* u-iise nat*r 21. Ti*r *. in J .O. (4)
a A>s*itrO. ojuiuui (nlitw. hi
33 i:.i 'H Aero a TilroBitburs atsts
I
. UtllU. (31 . Not a lot. (31
!
S
UUI SHOWS TODAY 5 all^ nipm
"BUCCANEER'S GISL"
TOHORROH ,n,l rill K-1MV ,5 and llllnl.
Leon ERROI. m n Kull L-:ii-th Film
"GALS INCORPORATED"
"WHEN TO-MORROW COMES"
CHARLES BOYER l::i
ommra rainav ittii j mi .jo
-ini i : i, .. .. !
UrD. It KorlC. II Hoot.
(.HI* I!
iiia MSirti iui imrn IM NAKED CITf
CITY ACROSS
mR|VER
STEPHEN McWalW
LU4-AL TALENT ON PAKAIIK
BOYS vs. (ilRLS CONTEST
MISS JOAN BKNTHAM .. II'
MISS JOAN LICOHISII 'Tennessee Waltz"
MISS PHYLLIS COLLY MOKE "SUVOT Dollar"
IVOR HADMON Moi
FItED SMALL .. . -you (\-n| u pj0 Wrong"
BRUCE MANN .. "If"
C.t'EST STARS THE SUPER TALENT MEN
Gerald OAISLEY Joe CLARK
PIT 20 HOUSE 36 BAL. 48 IIOX GO
XlCfeatl on Sale fmm TOdav Globe Theatre
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BY THE WAY
TllcaUon of a new wd example foi the young I ffti
poetry w t-'.i-.ist -.i
. i Runarnok I .1 Utei ,
ary avenl A l'J' Irii-lii-
By BEACHCOMBER
itisgraeefiil example set by thli
lar, with the possible
1 Tiklpok. has hart
.I'm no di 1 ontempor
1 1 .. 1 1
cbU Ihli m .' > aueetlon
neous aong of a
r r." The
Mmi
none the !<
1. -.".
ora sarona
"Ug slk kekek.' with II

Cw imi" 1 ikoj
- far j 1
11 n llkman'i > an, and c^
In the context.
A Preach IranalaUon ol Ruaa
1 una baa just been
Bwarded the PWndna V- Hal
t.-ni C/mgki tn 8kmp*$ I'tuv
Tie builnefla man who b u

?<) houf dso 1* setting; a ttniiculi
Hh I Unlit 1.11
Mr*. Iluiinil //its Sabotage
TI
kennel be
psdi t. I 1
to say that U* I
State cann 1 la < i
neighbour. Mm
by spying on him and
- M .- Civil
I :, -
d that a
nl<

horrible
1
:.:
few words SI..
myself a 1 bould be
allowed

noi 'i ,1
. i
eedoti nd

iial crlmln
" 1' m Ui n
Tmlu-hi!
HOW rich the English language
acomlnfl 1 note a new
arrival lO-dav: "Servicing per
(ui shi>u assistant.
I.iff Hi'hintt Ihv Wninnrot
II it an error-to Imagine thnr
E*l.-.:ioj arc not Mad fo animals
(News Item.)
Seated upon Tha Madlu Eskimo.
Whatever u-mdi maw bloif.
riirmes her qutei rasl.-.
d ice.
All dap loup the jiu
Uj and knlitand knilt
1 iir-i *.ir nrphan mice.
StWuj // Through
THINGS ure probably not as
.1 ihe> seem The
I thousnnds of gallons of
water were healed in an English
nlm studio in a temperature sum
blah to allow an acUv**
' bathe 111 the Mediterranean.
By the way this McdiW-i 1 nn\in
nail uuda Bui
the* COUtdnl rt enough milk lo
j mean
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Tl'ESKVY. APRIL 24. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
Federation
Or Frustration
FACES B.W.I.
' 0|| <) C i|T1.[-..!.-
KINGSTON .1 April 10.
Political observers in Jamaica
ure of the opinion that Jamaica's
new Governor Sir llua.Ii M..
tosh Foot. K
rnarged b> the Colonial
*ith tht job of pushing Jamaica
into leadc.ship of a federation
movement in the British Carlo
bean Area.
In hia first speech after his
inauguration on Saturday. April
.. Sir Hugh -tressed Federation,
and on Monday at the Civic
Reception Riven in his honour by
the Mayor and Council of Kings
ton and St. Andrew, the Governor
iigaln emphasised the need for a
federation of the British Wcit
Indies
He said: "1 said on Saturday
that I hoped that Jamaica would
play a leading part in building a
frre federation of the British West
Indies so that they may take their
rightful and honourable part in
the Commciiv A.irld.
The task seems to me of Increas-
ing urgency. It surely becomes
every yen more urgent that the
Brfttah w. | ., 1,0
able to speak with one voice, nnd
a voice which will be heard and
lespeelecl I'aiticularly in the
held of economic and trade affairs,
the need become* every month
more apparent.
"It seem* to me that the choice
becomes increasingly clear a
choice between Federation and
rruttratlon I look forward to
the day when we shall have four
loyalties--not conflicting but com-
plementary and each m rei mg
equally Important loyally to the
City of Kingston, lovally to
Jamnica. loyalty to ,i Federated
Briti.sh West Indies and loyalty
to the British Commonwealth
In political circles the P.N.P. is
I VslMON >IOIH I
The Duke Says:
I'd Do It Again
APPEAL JUDGES
REVERSE DECISION
M help
W B I
I
an action
1.

or to HV l the amount
of 2 \~ I,

l Mi C
M
ivtt> i k i.; coun
Mr J | r Bi
on bell ill
Sobers said that about ft 3<
.tin ..ii Jam...
He i ailed on Browne
on of the

tht ..mount oi
I
?. pri peered lo |

Photographer John French pictures fashion Model Patricia Ooddairi
in full support of immediate fed PtttM.pJ.a" t\a\- fl* * HoAgy C-mnich a el. composer of -Stardust". FstrlcL Ooddatd
oration hut with responsible Qov ViII 1ft lFtt* U>ir [ , rrUly whlM dr,M( a bunc
i responsibl
ernment The Jamaica labour
ilao In favour of federa
tion. bf. r itM that
they would press for Immediate
federation only ' tbej were ai
sured thai Jamaica would contain
the capital of such federation.
J*ca Cam- Farmors
Wish Insurance
KINGSTON, Jamaica. April io
Jamaica cane farmers vote;!
unanimously for insurance protec-
tion to cane farms at .i eonferciuv
>t Ida AIM-Lind Jamaica Cane Territory, thi
held
Develop Into Pesl \
In Aussie Deserts
By LOCIS L. LECK
Canadian IVess Correpondrnt
SYDNEY. AuMrulu.
Camels may still be necessary
in the North African deserts, but
thousands of wild camels roaming
the parched wilds of Central
Australia arc becoming a danger-
ous nuisance
Like the donkey, whose tiny
hoof marks dot most of South
Australia and the Northern
camel has had hi
srsart a frilly i
snail white glovesaod i
buncb of whita daisies pinned to her balr.
wonderful smile.
Have The Wl
A Cult mi*?
News From Britain
By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS
LONDON.
"Never has such a big budget been forgotten so quickly by JJJJ "^'i;'t'\^^t"lt''
so many newspapers," said an official of the Foreign Office wM, |ndum cu|,,*>"
Is
LONDON. April IT
a We*t Indian culture
Rawlc Farley, president ,,! the
Union be-
dtttlnctte*
"~fT------- t------ i_ *- imui.ii iuiiuir> -. ano nimii'
amusedly while bei'W bombarded by correspondeuis with th.- point emphatically m ,,
questions on whatthe Foreign Office thought o! ihe fall ddre at mm inaugural meeting
ofMacArthur. *. *' .*" """'> Cultural
The annual budget estimate ami tie champion who knocks out the
the West
l-'h b tidd t
l day in Australia. Zoos and the
If farmer* fail odd prospectors roving far in the lh|nk""anything: privately, it was 0e^i^lmj"m5taiT%me^a"n ^n*nl
from comme.- 'dead heart Qf the continent are wholeheartedly relieved of our Time. I must turn to the oanees
Farmers' Association
Kingston i.'cently
to obtain coverage
clal insurance, companies they will the only contenders for
insurance scheme service*.
wUfcm the Asm . Camels have inhabited Australia ir
i will put the for less than a century, but In the j,
Indian Cult
the theatre
delivered by Hugh Gaitskell the big bullyone cartoonist borrows "' Crescent (Commonwenlih
afternoon before President Tiu- the style of Popeyc the Sailor. lor Mudenui Hostel, this week The
man's abrupt telegram to Toklo the President formation of men I I'luh. M
was heard of In London. The The Budget lailey explained, wu
Fuic.i-.ii Oillce could notj olflcially. Leaving the fascinating topic of
their Qen.
has nev
explained.
Beryl McBurnie. c%-
I \\ I I I
luring her recent visit to

The Duke: Yes. a great
changing words >r Jd
vising mr not to sav the
that "
Q.: Did you take h*1
Duher *1 went aiug with hei
n ostly ~
Q : "You are a wise husband ''
The Dukr NlMcfctgd
Q.: "Do you believe that wives
are a writer's toughest .
Duke: "I'd certainly say they
were "
Q.: And the New York critics
today"
Duke: I'm v.iv (Tral
ISampU-s. Herald Tribune
Trie1 book hat uwnth RMM
"irnt hurnohr. deep emotion, lit*
rrimr was that he teas not cow-
leal to be tnercly a ktaa>
ilso all fo ohriniislp a man"
New York Times- "A character
sfudp of a u'ell-trirnniny. HSNnl
flxuiiis'uTl itidh'idual destined
from birth In n M]
Ml arilMahli. The Duke he*
terilfen iHt'i dipnltv - taife."|
And v. little advice
for Prince Charles
SOMEONE remirulr i the DuM
that the New York Times
"A King's Story' fgjdg mUtt Bl
iiication. and thiaj h an unflnlsheu
story "
Q.: "Do you plan HV
I iiri.fi the
Duke: 'Not tOdaj
i might poaafbl)
Q: "Would | I |
Charles in he m
Aa n# want to an M
his life story""
Duke: "Yea, 1 would. I had
ioino diaries, kepi a lot i-f kateta,
and have a go unfailing memory."
Q: "What d, you iee| abom
the hook now?
Ihike; Relief I worked on It
for four years eight horn
He thought of writing It soon
lifter he abdicated He wrote It
in lonnhand and kepi the manu-
iripl in a battered tin box
labelled "Hook" And rviiv^imi
Ihe puka vreal m me t>
Hie box was sure to go.
q i Have vou gnj I
m tui n U) PUblU lid !
Duke: I'm alwjys glul It
help in any way I Can *
And hod the Duke u>ip adricr
foe vrilera? Onip Mr CnvrcMIri
"blood, su'efli, and tears."
LE
I J
' tunidiil^ Host 1.1 -
H..*h Huach. a 3^'
| ( .. I-.L-.
as ordered to pay a ft;
when he- appeared before His
Mi H A T-i:

day on a charge of weundir...
Lta on April 21
CHEERY FUNERAL
NOTTINGHAM |
: .iiii died h< i
a^.' tlf 85 left Instructi
a brewery of which he was onca
ch.nmutn should give an aua
pml of beer to Its 200 employee*
aa a "aand-ofT.-lCT )
IMUDIfNTS Qf VICHS VAMBUI
CONSTIPATION GONE-
FEELS FIT AS A FIDDLE!
Kor warn I Mifl-r.,1 h m
pation. U.i'ular use of AtX-aa*H
ha-iu-td Mr. H E.
n, ... llBHaU I
SanAntool
JaMeMe/Maayaa-
toliciifd Irtler* /nM
aiibkan Hears
Thi. hapi1-
e.ui w aouta. too. if
vmi .nfTrr from esav
, I .
I of dietary bulk Kat
anounce nt>oui }j cup ol artapy
KeUogi'n ALL-BB*H daily, drink
i pamti ot water' If not ...mpfetrlv
MU-ne.1 after 10 d">*. wnd empty
j carton to Kelloes Ce ol
| G.ia\iUlLld,M.Ac..U.,Eajld
POI'HI >: TOt'B MONST BACal
o&z
luxi in
<>ii,i:i soaps
HI i h inUOHfH
prepOaal to Government
reouesl that a scheme bi
of our Time. I must turn to the ,.
I Douglas MacArthui British budgeta poor little thing lJr"aln
r been appreciated Justly 0f 4,000 million, or so. In a re- Other speakers nt the meetmi
Britain. It must be said that he CNU article I described Hugh included Kirol Hill, ihe anr,
never made the least conces- GoiUkeil's speech for putting foi Carlisle- Chang. Tnnidadian art
rke i
18 GrtMhK.a
Si'avi'ngtTs Ci*l
[ilCMtM III l*a>
Inter Caribbean Trade
Pact Proposed
1 him y.'..ts Ihpy played a major s|onH to Britmli felinB. throughout waru lrie armament programme Ivy Baxter and Ce.ll Ui
liurl in opening up the "outback" hi! career. During the last war |i seemed that he wan making v..limy They were imported to the Japanese attacked Pearl Hor. bid fur fame by borrowing the lndi.ui miuter. Counor deidari ,"'s.rtMr'L"i'#^Irtiio
Aunrmlla In ln [or Dm Burks) bour and UM Plulipp.ncs mote >h, , Slr Stafford Crlpps. 1 "You can't talk of a Went Indian Al . ,J ii,, SI
and Will, expedition which than a year alter the bombing o( found hit Budget speech duller: nation without having a MtM aSSrm^T^Stttnaul ve-.ter.la-
croner Au.tralio frcm north to London began. American lorces but equally a bid lor greater culture r your own" ?,t2'I ' "I ,?^..
,..,,11, were soon bwlen out ot their stature in the Cabinet and a repu. .,: wh ,,.:! nltern.Kin wages .,Tits 18 ae aven-
Blnot then their broad feet have strongholds and General Douglas ,., ,, character and probity. The (ormathTn!.! ,!, "ru L^.Ji Wj?.',"nV.'"iJJ u.
the famou. M.eArthur setup hi. command ,n c n the nh, of ,he Budge, I wrote J* aeTeSo .'.XonS'.,'",- .""lir1,,,',',,,' t,;!,!'",.,'. I
fllellng vlewpoiiiu on s number (overinneiit unskilled Ittbouii'i'*
hilterly-fought issues The whose wages always follow lhuw>
and New Zealand. by thi, opin'ion thaT'luo'damentaily "Is' "'ih"r "" " " paid """" ""'""""l """"
ige, puts Ihe mam burden '", h'' West Indian peo
The J01.S 'AaftcultJnl Waiaad Baua. From the tower- Aualratia. Unjustly, it was aske.1 ,hal this w.
Soctciv *~_____?*!1*SZ? Ina Flinders Range of South why Americans should be com- budf.c,. ,ha
Caribbean Trade Kt Australia to the Kimberleys In the manning the defence of Australia would not III
was a real Labour Purt>
that Ihe Conservatives
like at all. 1 still stand
Dought:
The following resolution will lie far north .they were used, and
ered at next month's meet- thrived in country where
Ing of the Society's Board ol other beast would have lived.
M.in.iger cut "Jk| [..rtliiT step Now m the same areas to which *IU1 not
to intetration. be it les.lved th;t they ilrst brought the white man. adopting
thig Board move to Invite other hundreds arc shot yearly as pests
Caribbean Islands hi establish an Motor vehicles and trains are
Inter-Caribbean Trade Pact in the travelling the old camel tracks In
Haughty
the budget puts
people
Prior hi the strike ..ml the nev
merest of our export trade which
would l>e a further link m plans
for Federation.'*
and
Mae Arthur, himself of new taxation for re-armament
nake it i.'ier by on the well-to-do. und spares the
haughty and self- class that Labour stands for.
confident tone to his Allied
associatesa self-confidence Jusli- Tories C.entle
fled by his military record, be it
said. When the war ended the Bui,. lacticf in_li.il ish politics -
Party, led by Mr. Aneu
about the American "Son of Bcvan. who have challenged Ihe Mrie..., or whather the institution
Heaven". General Douglas Mae BudRet. And the Tories are |^niK ,,f .|,1Vcrv led to such deatrueUOfl
Arthur was unapproachable and very gentle in their criticism as of African roots that West Indian ,,,
dramatic He enunciated policies yel-although the Chancellor social institutions must be regard- memaTv ex VndZ
eighty million Japanese plans to ...crease profits tax on ^i u (,uite new ..snet |n human ""n,-ry ""enditu
flY
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Vu N.m ln.ni or lv connectLntl air-
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lUrctne April IHth, allftighti
land tu v.n fan fa*
tional .\ir,;.rt in Idlenlhl
invtrad of La Guardta I' irld.
MIAMI
DaiU Hi ohls-non-stop service f
Ssn'luan. Special lS-Day Bo
fraction of the time
i (raettar of the coat.
Dill the camel hadand still has
oiiu; verj 'i-nomicol features,
can live for impossible periods
anything from a eartus buah
to an optical illusion, can carry
I 200-pound rider 80 or 70 miles ^
a day for seven or eight successive subjects almost in trie manner of dividends to SO par cent It seems
days, or shift 1.200 pounds of (he Imperial Rescripts of the Jhe Conservative Party i- using a
grand piano or anything else you Shogun Empire. Various interna- httle cunning-givmg praise to the keneraUv -.re conrernM
like to pile on his hump. In his t,0nflf diplomatic bodies found he Chancellor in the hope that this *,. ,_y.ir.
;nv he is unbeatable. had no use for them. An Allied praise from Conservatives will
Most white people dislike Council for Japan was firmly dis. enflome the Left Wing of the U.
amels. Thev smell abominable, regardedwhich was perhaps, hour Party split the parly, and
are prone to savage humans and Just as well as it included veto- end the fJoyernment I doubt
nve a reputation for treachery demanding Russians. The far whether it will work aod by next
But In Marree (South Australia! Eastern Commission sat in Wash, week the Conservatives will tlnd
here even today the whites live Ington and Douglas MacArthui many points to challenge in the
i one half of the town and the stayed m Tokio filing away its bu0tl-
Afirhant. in the other vou will lengthy recommendations. Doug- Mr. Beyan has now
.1 11 Scar IvaromngMo la.'MacArthur formed a Japanese from the labour Party giving
Parliament, he ordered elections, one icason. h.s difsatisfoction
he created trade unions, iie broke ovet fe Budget,
up monopolies, he drafted n eon. Festival Footnotes
ititution, he granted commercial There ha'; hecn a great deal of
concessionsin fact he thrust the mystery about the radar beams
American Way of Life down the that were to be sent to the moon
throats of the Japanese. And the and back. The Festival People
Japanese loved it- But MaoArthur
falled to make many Criands
among his AlliesBritish. An- doned hoc
, undisturbed until lraiiani 0r French. It is not -
ftl f menace that Britain Irrilated
How far. It may be'asked, is the w"e demand now pa) tad, DO
development of (be West Indian ''ve''. 'he Board's BCavSltaWI
from the (pclal viewpoint to i>e ^lready had slight .....
iraeed back to the peop|e> of "inlculUiral workers
m farther
lack than the social oOUdlUoni
he slave, communities4 Con-
San'Juan Special IB
InpFvinrsWn K,
Djv Hound
am inrfirct.
ST. CROIX
ST. THOMAS
Fr.^queiit flights by '^ift Convalr-
type Clipper*. Convenient depar-
ture lime*.
Yon ran now "fly PAA" te
iUROPE, SDI III AMRRICA,
AFRICA. MEXICO, the FAR
KAST-in fjct. tompletely around
the world.
For 22 years the leading
international airlinePAA
was first to link the Amer-
itas by air. first to fly to
all six continents.
Ah a result of the
labour Dill, however, the
also decided to te- I
General moved"To TokioVScathing odd. It is the Sociulis*'element trmersv continues today bi to S"'"" ' TllPLi!!!.
stories appeared in the Hritish the strictly Social.st menin the whether th,. w. t Indi.e, ,,. , i,-. ,,1,1> ,'
press, after only a few months, labour Party, led by Mr. Aneuiin ol Negro origin may ho -old to be, i'w.,u. . ',,
next M-.ii
Ciovernnii'iit bai btl
in IM1
real
Hoard
ta enrilai
Oeorgv'a
prlval*
uitli tin
hie to do
n-uiestod to appruve the supple-
CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" r"J
Cleanse the system from blood
Impurities ; many sufferers from
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, plmpies. boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great,
benefit from this well-known medicine.
fa LIQUID er TABLET fOHM
DELIVER IN STYLE
Us good far business
f their halcyon days.
Wilh these patient beasts the
Afghan teamsters carried all the
requirements of many of the '
Inland stations and settlement1*
until well in the 1930s.
In hia now wild state the camel
I* very dangerous to hunters
cepl the absolute expert He
likelv to rem
he become
languaft and Um
sidanos-
goes to show that West Indian-
have Inherited a large amount of
miscellaneous material from a
variety of eultarafl and thnt they
re in process of constructing nn
'dividual and typical culture lor
iharnaalees out of these, materials
The sooner the West Indi.ni nag
igned typical linguistic and aitlsth
- ilture of his own t 9 prr-ud of. the belter tor the
rial welfare of the community in
hlch he lives
Ail..|il:il i'.n .
destruction is imperative And. By |rie "ti:me the Korea war be. c'. or "for
so fast is he breeding, that that .j, lho ornci.i British view of OMrossion
on't be long now ---------------------------- irritation. British policy could not >he visitors will seenot hear.
\- T>' n1f,i s*^-- make .tself felt in Tokio and the ^"e -galactic noise"; they say
UOIH1 1\U< Id \CMfcS British Polltieal Representative ,hl* noise is Just like crunching
"- equivalent of an Ambassador. 5e,t
On In Porl-of-Spaiit Sy^raiyir lnJ*H .yp_1J* L*ilL"\.Tr*'-^.e,?tIai?_'u.,therr l0}*'??^-.'h ni""1 .*> r
apeak to the Supreme Commander
Transplanted A* ir;m loMMora
unfortunatelv this ls' 'J "l*,i,,ic*t. I" be found hi
neme would have lo be aban- ",u'"|"d of Anm.ncy Stone,- In
if defence nev<\* J"malc>- The Jamaica., people
hethcr this is for TJ!l."1 D1Cl' w*ld*'1 l**l 1*"
traditions together; they have
adopted many of the most trivial
oi English superstitions while pre-
serving mine vesUffj ol AMean
beiiets.
Their Informal dancing has ib
origin in English folk-nrt The naCMeau. si
iet-trical noise, m-jonly of their rost attractive MtSi^rS^AJr '
1 j .1 11 fVCfnWT*. *<.f *T.*r I'll
-.___- _.il:i;n liirlKi !olK-mui. 1 h n n i- *
but this
lack of equipment, because of the
of provoking
llui hour Log
In C.rli.le Bay
M V SxluifirUI -
BM Mstm Henrtatts, YmcHi < ......i...
Seh WonSfrlul Caunwlli>f mv W|II>h
S i.-i llrll. H.h nvnlon I I I
v.h u.rv m bmm * rtoiip n
I>..vHIwii<. I*h Lurlll.- M S.ntll.
aurvAui
Vh AMANDA T TH Un I I
' ....
B a COTT1CA. UII tori- net, Ca*4
% II I -!-1 (ill .A.,' I. n| .i- ,.- '' ( I I
H I '>IO\1lll> -HI.
Knhaio. fr..m TimMMl
1 :aNAIIAM CftUWnt. 3S31 t <
IWt. Capt Ollai*. ti->i. TrinMl*!
S*-h UNITEI* 1-lUiltlM S auurti io-" ai i
S 1 AI/I>A HIIAMIJI.
Cap. ho..i-i. ii-ni t -t ,i.- ft.ir.r. Ip...-
VVwsnela
m v ATinnJUtoiiK. rat I
'j>Dt Cnok, from Ttnudad
BKpaan n>
eh. DOKTAC-. M Ion* ml. Cnl
flllSfling. I'" IlrilUh Uiilimu
m v iady JOY. lonj net. Caps
m v ATrnHaWooH
i-.f TrtuMiHl
DAD- -
'
, but it i
something to do with peculiarly Jamaican in form, are <"
rNAOfZp'i C ft AAATHIIPA fr ,ho Allied Powers. "SCAP** rosmie radiation, and nothing to superficially, at least, reminiscent
crtflgUH t_. O. /y\MI nUKH was Rurrounded by a circle of ad- "o_with atom bomb* of European si
....g American generals and Th** ma
POHTOF-SPAIN April 20 officials for whom he could do no '" tendon
Allegationg that a dope racket wrong. From time to time ftnan. I"1* attUo
is operating among the youth of clal and economic matters had to New ,
PorH>f-Si>ain by secret drug-store e referred to Washington,
10-ccntB sales of "certain *ub- occasionally Washington sent enamciiwi tin. And this morning
*tiinces" w.i* made by Councillor 'o"b a scurrying investigation by wp woke up to find a new map
C. B Malhura al a meeting in the bureaucrats. Each time a report ^f*fe..I^wi.nrhow I*' to
Citv Council. Certain drug stores on Jipan v.-aa pi.bUslied, some Jhe Festival s South Bank sit
re said to sell ten cents doses to British interests could be heard the Batteraea Gardens funfo
oung men and women who be whispering then hopes that thi;.
ame subject to certain emotions would be the end of MacArthur
after taking the drug. Drug ... ; -
proprietors were getting rich In -o* Opinion
the trade. Th.a fUl very ^erinus W|(h he K hiS t
matter, and he knew of a eerta n Uon lQok anolhcr Iuin It %tni
^ftSSTHH^pSrlC^wScS P w'lh lhe SS- landing, and
taking a dote Some persons took
several doses a day instead of
dose of rum.
' European sailors' shantic
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origins bul the fact thi
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GRENADA JUNIOR
COMMERCE CHAMBER
HOLDS 1ST MEETING
with each vainglorious pro-
icement. The tradition is that
British generals win without say-
ing soperhaps they apo
slightly for winning too hard
BuStamante's Chief "lose their battles 7n dead silence. Home
Ranger On Murder Charge Nt so MacArthur The result is budding
r ..* -----------------a ..** thai H...r.l rtruidu MaoArlhnr'i M
trrw., r>., owp. Carmpendn.i.
ST GEORGE'S. April 19.
Inaugural meeting of a Junior
guwr Chamber of Commerce was held
ind here yesterday afternoon in the
Industries Association
Mr. Farley
I" a distinctive pattern of lifr
*!>roughotit the Caribbean area.
He agrees with T S Hlot that
:here are ru> peoples who have.nr
rulture of their own but lament*
that the basis of the inferiority
tliey believe they have no culture
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KINGSTON, J'CA. April 10. "public relations" with the British Messrs. O. D. Briabane ft Sods and L"'"',,vc *--urtc'1 ''"
Livingston Singh, 38-year-oid man.who-reads-a-newspaper are Manager of the local office wa c' rePrc,*r" Antigua ti
head ranger o*i the Hoti W. A lust as bad ai they can be. lad President, with Mr. J K. FP,,|V''1 "( Britain
Bustamante's big cattle, coconut This low British opinion of Milne. Conaniaaton Agent. u Vice. _______,t________m
and banana farm, has been held MacArthur is certainly unjust to President and Mr. Alitet
by the Police on a charge of his military achlevements--agaio I Brisbane IV Son i* Qt O. L# STRIKF.
muioer In connection with the Japan and against North Korea. Secretary -Treasurer.
death of Isaac Howell. 60-year- It i* also unju;t to m- i. loarkablo The following comprise th,. MADRID, April,
old labourer who worked on the achievements In Japan since the Management Committee: Messrs. leaflets secretly handed around
property for a numter of yean. war.thovgh there may,- be iwo Kenneth O, Williams. Manager of (> Bilbao over the weak ami
^Heged to have been opinions on whether the lapanaae the Grenada Co-Operative Bank <;.lled on worker- in Basque, the
accosted by trie ranger when he are laughing at the Americans. Ltd., Mr F J. Archibald. Com- industrial cHy to strike to_djy
was found with coconuts In his President Truman Is being mlsuion Agent, and Mr. S. H. against the high eost of living.
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IH t I I OI'MI X ft
WELFARE
THK population oi England and Walts
which was nine millions in 1801,
lhtrty*K*M> and a half millions in 19Gi. but
this time, apart from
|< mporarj fluctuations, the death rate con-
tinuetl (<> fall and the standard of living to
Phe population f India rOM bj 43
millions during the last ten years. A coun-
try cannol be called overpopulsti I
UtOtlgri food supplies are chronically short,
0 lOOJI. as the shortage is capable of being
remedied, whether by increased food pro-
duction at home or by increased foratsn
trade or by sraiKration. A country is only
OVCrpopulated 11 II hag really leached the
limit of its resources, or at least cannot in-
crease them without great hardship. But
the problem is itiU only an artificial prob-
lem if there are available, glsswharr, un-
developed areas to which the surplus pop-
ulation would be willing to go and in
which they would be usefully accommo-
dated unless unreal -i-nted by
some other nation.
Population gmwth in the West Indies is
to-day receiving a lot of attention and the
Report by the Comptroller for the year
iyf0 views it with Malthusian grimncss.
When Thomas Malth.....n AjiglicanClergy-
man wrote hii aTsssg "< Tki Principal Of
n the dawning Brave New World
of 179H in Europe Wae not unlike its echo
111 the Weal Indies tn-dny. Malthus did not
advocate artificial methods oi birth preven-
tion He counselled the voluntary control
of reproduction hy mean- of late marriage.
But the impdriant thing to nob
Malthus believed that Britain m 1800 was
already over-populated The Kngland of
mil". Instead the pop-
ulation of England and Wales paid little at-
tention to Malthus and their numbers rose
from nine millions In 1H0I to thirty-two
and a half millions in 1901.
It is perhaps inevitable that an organisa-
I BS Its title makes clear with
Development and Welfare should be obses-
sed by the impossibility of raising stand-
ards of living in the West Indies, if the
growth In population reduces the gains
almost overnight But throughout this re-
port the reader is given the picture that the
. organisation is operating as it were from
a higher strata, looking at the West Indies
from above and not concerned with the day
to day needs of the area The Planning i-.
not for the known needs of the present, but
for the future.
If a learned body of supermen from
Mars were to visit the Earth this month,
they would- because they were supermen
quickly write a report stating that the
earth was peopled by a race of sub-super-
men too foolish to co-operate to enjoy the
fruits of the Earth, but perpetually fight-
ing each other for shares in those parts of
tiie earth which are temporarily thought
to be the most valuable. The comparison
between u superman's report and the re-
port of the Comptroller for the year 1950 is
not at all fanciful. It is an accurate state-
ment of fact it the reports of this organ-
isation since 1940 when it was first set up
have been detached and analytical by
necessity, since at no period has the organ-
isation been given any executive authority.
The present report sutlers throughout
from tins same detachment. It is informa-
tive, it shows concisely how much activity
is carried on by the Comptroller, advisers
and staff, and it underlines the fact that
without the organisation, there would be
no regional body in the area capable of
performing its functions. But statements
in the report are necessarily divorced from
the day to day working o! the West Indies.
For example it is doubtful whether the
Labour Commissioner of Barbados with his
specialist knowledge of employees in the
[land would refer to "under employment"
In Barbados without drawing attention to
the fact that considerable numbers of Bar-
badians refuse to accept employment, un-
less it is the employment thev seek
The absence in the report of up to date
figures or any comprehensive studv of
Had.' relations In the West Indus is nota-
ble indeed, since any development in the
area necessarily depends on the freeing of
trade from the shackling effect of long dis-
tance control from London. But despite
the m < i ifnesa from thi i nigh
and tumble i | W> l Indian daily admirus-
tration, the Comptroller does emphasise
fauly the major needs and achievements
of the area since 194U He stresses, and it
is rightly stressed] that "on." of the great
needs of the territories, for the develop-
ment both of primary production and of
secondary industries, is to attract capital
from outside |hg ana Ik praises the
Press of the Caribbean, which with very
[ exceptioi i "fearless and utterly
honest,'1 and "dl il-in-
formed" in editorial comment But after
ten year* the public in the Caribbean are
than advice and dls '
At Hai::n_'s h. areea ts oi only In
Ok brains oi tht Comptroller and his ax-
; arts, but abu in masses of tiles, books and
reports more knowledge than can be ap-
Slied throughout the West Indies to-day
hat the public wants to know Is whether "it
COUlli ii Could some of the
"* " i ; Office not he
I the prub-
9 I be bettei h.milled by
thou*- who I personal acquaintance
of the i umber
some and unsatisfactory system i\ which their
d out)
at opinion m the United Kmadom? if u has
Men may it ad lbs Development and vv.it.,,,
talmenl ol whal i Federal
Civil M the nppravat
or the area* Whal w III lu ht| in bt T i1
" .:' ! iMinal
Isstsreel that Sir O
band Of wpi'd .....rttfa end unurateful not to
apprerU'e that (; mistake on the part of the West Indie? not to
*nli i -lurh miKht be
I
- Is handicap]
en i no guarantee I I
for the
mmenls in the
We-'
BroH

ore the d
the more id ched and remote from tbi
ill the
diagnosis be.
The ctoai ny fiLEN
been recognised by the public
hearth profession In the Unltad
:.y UKW
... iilns la the Held qfi
1
many factors of envn minn-i.
l IIOI'KIVS Dining drought
hi .i rMM BaaiHi iindsrsjrouad sspphri are
are not made. An * > *
>tto%oma 2J' 'lc' ,
t
a and
iili iho 'I'
i.nd coraaaresU ol American
land and
pcbUc health Imp
vein imparted ti
areas Jl a. fciilicipatvd thai
win ba taken

. i(mi ni when- formerly
m -i BawBag stream. A
reduction ,n the
rapacity of the stream to atili
may be found hcrvw rxunilvr 0^Mullnt m,.a, , ,roal-
'" ,l'"""'"1 W"?L'"-k^^l """' Kquln-mmu ond ~.u. In
those Instance* i>ollulion from
itithough admittedly unusual
nc dllions. even travel upstream
iipply.
The lower Missouri River i
;luted with the domestic
bcinR carried on They
fncountared in the Tennessee
\ alley, where at an ourls da*
public iumIHi sctton was eatab.
lished as _.
ii.mization. Th-
Missouri Valley is little diaTaranl
Ironi other areas of the I'm I
BM ...- .
incut prosrammi I naon in-
UliM'.e
It seems essential first to de-
erttM brtSS) the development
pnd administration oi
gramme in the Mswoui
I VaUss conaists of all or parts
t lei, States ootBprlatng about IB
per cent of the land area of th
United Slates. Yei
directly from irr^aflon ditches
Attention has Ittailji been direct
->l toward the need for an effect-
ive and reliable low-COSt ni^vm
for purification of this water and
III sale storage.
The creation (>[ numerou
(fall sewers may, under proper pcjndmertts. and especially VH.
irriRstion, will Increase (0 !-
siiHiaiile degree UM DOS
mosquito veetors ui dsBSS I
proper DPSVeatt1
iu iniportant nMSQUl
diseases to t: COOWOat
anceptlalontyelltJ god malaria, a
Utla ume tne control ol
eases Is largely based upor
i the
hlan gpaU I' I all
tboVS "a- portion Ol the basin
Records of municipal water do
nta sh<
concentration
years o* the 19301
produetlvily was not
dnins; Paradoj.i-
cally. in these name drouu
Uons of the Valley suffer-
ed deacrucUva fiot^K. ti.
Iht nepubllean River in 193s for
example took a toll of 105 lives.
Two Problems
Thus. I
and drougnt. confron; toe t.'wo'W)
. iineoui i Vattej
gnd axsn influence
upon the,economy of mi
The us. Consrais, inn
Uiw a34. has authotlai
rtacnlai plan f
. nd dswlopmanl ot lha Vans -
land and water resourcea in the
interest ot flood
tion. irrigation, hydi.
power, soil conservation, recrea-
tion, flsh and wildlife eonsena-
lion, and water supply and
sanitation. The V S ( i .
established the administrative pat-
tern by which this programme is
gi vwaad. ,
The Missouri Uisiu Inter.
Agency Committee is_composed of
jneepted
The tilling of upsl
during winter months
neVouah- SuSw* "' inifation, naviga-
and for other purposes, may
ivaraSlS eoUfonn control of the" vectors. If Wei
ar in excess of mosquito bret'diiiR condlt
fe maxim icated. the control of I
i, - rvob .
for later
agricultural .
: uffseknt to P*
redu
so that
the future
eases may prove |
i
On the other hana. Wbtreve.
proper preventive actions havi
normal winter J^j; (aki>|i ((, ,,umiZ(, ;he CTOa
' iru?r^ud ,lon of niosquit. brce-iing altua*
, uui*.mu tion^ control opi rauonB have been
supplies. This is important be- creation of *^S"
I source of which would be unta% ourab e to
tupply ample In quantity and recreational development ami nu
ptory In auallty docs not man welfare
Impoundments and sus- Public health services in tm
lalned itrsan BOWS, tOSSUiag Missouri Basin Bre minimal, local
with the network ot Irrigation health departmiits ealst In omj
canals and laterals, will ultimate- a fvw metropolit.ui an
Iv bring on adequate and mOr** BlalP aiaffj arc extremal]
lory supply of water to i-hc large constrm-tion pi
MVSml of these communities. xhf. development plan. pracUeallj
, without gasapuon, are located h
Water Supply rurai areMi aIW| most of the can-
ruflitiont only for current needs stuction of military *tblkhrnent!
an<| does not provide for an In- in rural areas There ii
creased supply to meet the luiure oatd fgr public health coun-e.iio
requlraTnarrts ot an expanded in- with the conslrmdon agei
dust rial and domestic economy. tlv,- to wa^ei supply, '
Inadequiitc water supply has housing, milk and food sanitation
. ..heady limited Industrial ex- and other factors of environment
one raprefontuhve Ol aeofc) ot tne panalon In the Cheyenne. Red "
maior paTUclpaUng (edaral Jame Hiver Valleys and sev
tapra- eommunluea which depend upon
Basin wells have been faced with the Tne piCcoiimK \ aragraphi
nccewiity of searching for new ()cal( w|m lhl, ttnro (angiblc ol
water sources because of lo r- thc pubnc health aspecu of th
al
ground w.i'a i i<-.< i
The
flows, restoring, lakes TVil.,u'!,c;
worthy of mention.
Development Plan
agencies ami AvS f vtrno
anung lha tan
States,
The gigantic ennnicering plaij
(alls for the completion Of I3H
reservoim with a total water stor
;sge rapacity in excess Of 110,000.
OuU acre-feet, the annual produc
" or ll,.......000*00 kilowatt J^ff^^S^SUSS ^? STiS^rftSJl
during this centu.v and benen-, security and tally* influencing water table* ih.nugh el.mmi.v.p <>I he -
H.....,l: ,-rreolallon nf water from po.tantfac.roi
ongau-d farms. und small lure. Stability and security Influ
stream channels. SOCS health in Its broader i
Extremely high lurblildv and With irrigation, farm operator;
gecompanyuig problems of ailt can raise vegctabU gardens which
j.-mi val have plagued many w.iter with canntnf anrt cold Btorafl
plants along the Missouri River fjoiitics. arc improving th.
and its tributaries since these diet now prevailing at many f..i n
man arst developed. The steads in the more arid portions (
construction Ol nve mammoth jnc jjasln.
impoundments on *he man stem, These and comparable laetoi
and smaller structure* on impor- must ndd mufh lo ,he pleasure
. hey
appear to have a marked intl
on the iychological health of the
, I, i There is m Ucatlon that
irrigated areas are more at-
tractive as a location for medical
ii are other ru
hours of hydroelectric power;
supplemental water (Of approx-
imately 1,500.000 acres of irrigat-
ed lands, for which adequate
water i' not now .vaiiaha- n
development of 5,000.000 adril
:.onal icn Ol Irrigated lands;
j-cvreatlenal facilities at numerous
,, ..nii, UKl an extensive !>'<'
yamrne of soil conservation. The
DsWelOpment, already 10 per cent
compattad, will ultimately cost in
excess of $8,000,000,000.
Resource development gettVlUtS
masriituda eonb
ihe magnitu.i, ; ,.,, ,r,butarles, wi do much to jjSLVsa"meireatrnoraovs*, 0
farming and soil conservation
areas around project woiks. ( r:i,.tKVS resulting from that por-
Maxlmum utilization of the de- ,l(1|1 llf |nc development pro-
vclopment prgrainme for the im- gmmme carried on by the U.S.
provemenl Of environment as |>rpjiriment of Agriculture are ex-
lelated to health is the objective ,H.t| further l0 reduce silt pol- -
trg official hearth asendes |ui)on. As a result of the two ral community in the more _......
Thc value of llood control and ,,,,., It ,5 predicted that upon portions of the hasin. Recreational
Other pydraulli itrueturcs for completion of the programme thc facilities In connection with the
pollution abatement has long Missouri River will be a rela- numerous impoundments, improv
been recognized PoUutien can Uveh i U* >r itrtam over its lowcv cd hunting, fishing, anil other out-
Ih- alleviated by IneieaSUS itieam reaches. door activities will be ol .
Bows during ci ttcal period" Regulation of itreaai Bow may 1(1 ,njnv Healthful recreation can
Qanerally, thc ralaaas will not ih be accompanssd by impntved do murh to safeguard p|
made aptOiflcally foi lha purpose water chnraclei Istics A gen- menial, and moral health, partliu-
of pollutic Bbatament, On UM end reduction in hardness is p,riy for the youger ^ener,dion
jda is the probability that >ft"lrt^rugh the storage t-f inipioveJi factors of phy-i-
:'::: r^f;V;irl:1 siH
.---------. iho i.rvolr rcloaw nnd Ihc lion >h.uld ixrmil ihr n.divirtunl
Imporunl ronmrrcm IncrMH in iliMim to IncrMM l* ifW> ol[I0i produc-
A s.tsUUIir.l riunnmitn ll.m i- Of .
IgnlflCMII imporlanco In Ihe ,H' "* '
volopmcnl ot treatment "'< C.round Smirci-i
bcrauao dcnnilf How figure is Mippl>. traditionally
SSS^H^S gffs
costly Ire dment,
riata the advaroa esTad
r watt I ll^e ): i I'
u. VStl OTten ""ilependable
on quantity and undesirable
as t(
live ability and to increase
unit Ume production. The rfsutt
ant value, could it properly be
evaluated, would be high
The Missouri Hivei !
n, while conceived and
i illy justified i" '
physical resources alone. hOrdt
promaw for lag provision ol s
more htalthfUl environment as n
chemical and physical quality, secondary benefit.
Offer Of l'500 lo Save
Students Hotel
By E B Timothy
LONDON. April If.
Av Km Manchester has made a
(lor ol CS08 to IK
il in uitlss t'> prevenl Ihs csoslni otown ol ;.
Ituiontg* liostel 111 Barlow Moor Hoatl. Man-
;hester. The offer is announced by the Coun-
sU, which had decided to close the hostel as
i result of the proposed "cut" ot 364.000 in
the Council's expenditure in the lorthcoming
year.
Commenting on the offer, a spokesman of
the British Council says: "It seems as if pri
.ate citizens are determined to make good
A-hat public economy denies."
The allocation by the British Council of
tnonsg to carry out alterations and take an
....... lo the hostel, was once granted, says
he hostel's Warden. Mr. Waller, hut ".M>me-
how the money never became a fact". And
later, following the Warden's initiative, the
United Nations Students' Association in Lon-
lon offered to send a working party to help
in thc bttlldlriflj of the SM tins Summer.
md suggested it might be able to contribute
500 or 1.000 towards the cost of the work.
The British Council, however, did not feel
ible to accept this offer.
The 18 students now living at the hostel in
Manchester came from the West Indies.
Africa. India. Pakistan. Norway. Mauritius.
Ceylon and Siam. When 1 colled ot the hostel
last week-end. only six had found somewhere
else to live. The students And thai
available often cost more than the t:> weekly
they pay at the hostel.
But the British Council are trying to pro-
vide alternative accommodation for the stu-
dents. This week, in the House of Commons,
the Rev. Reginald Sorenson was assured by
the Secretary of State for the Colonies that
the British Council would he able to do tins.
: no lliilish Council's Area Officer in Man-
chester. Mr. H. J. Kelly, told me that he deep-
ly regretted the disappearance of the Man-
chester hostel. "Of course," he said, "while
the hostel was so small it could not pay its
way. The idea of the snsan was in view
when we originally bought the house, and if
we had had a bit more luck the sesu would
have been in existence now, and the hostel
paying its way."
The hostel has been running at a loss of
between one and two thousand pounds an
nuitlly. Mr. Waller. Warden of the hostel foi
just over a year, calculated that by various
economies, this loss could hove been reduced
to 700 a year. The students themselve
when news of the closing of the hostel was
broken to them, volunteered to do all thc
washing-up after every meal, and look after
their own rooms entirely so as to save on
salaries of domestic staff. The present staff
numbers eight, but all but two or three are
Dart-time workers on a shift basis.
At present, the overseas students are some-
what better cared for than thosein. say. ahall
for Knglish students in Manchester, but thif
can bs hagarded as just compensation for liv-
ing in a strange land. Mr. Waller takes part-
ies of them for week-ends in thc Lake Dis-
trict and Derbyshire, where they stay ir
youth and holiday fellowships hostels an
experience they greatly value.
REBUFFS ON COLOUR
The rebuffs given by some Manchester
landladies to coloured students throw into
relief the possibility"in no way a myth"
said Mr. Waller of their "adoption" by-
Communists, and he said that it should be
plain that to treat the students with prejudice
was not only unfair to them now but asjatosl
British interests in later years, when they
would be in positions of some authority in
their own country.
The British Council students' hostel at
Leeds which since its first opening has almost
continuously hod its maximum number of 31
students, is also to be closed under the econ
omy scheme at the end of July I under
stand.
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(n) Many >f the Officers arc
. | writs \,-i\ pointing qitttttons
whuh dstnsnd tsct and *iu tu
avoid being trapped, or cSWltg
offence, and whal il mont, insny
o| Ihasa questions an quite ir-
ntlevant, mil Ihs enquirer, never-
theless, dSmands ; bsstubj and
nplies t- hli i her aussUons:
Iksncc lbs expsnss i I msntal
Strain, IhS loss of much precious
time, and Hie exercise of tOtSf
ance.
(bl Then arc thc BlbarrBM
ing rebuffs and scoffs whi.h Ihe
ABO mum suffer in
bSDOS psttanca is extremely taxed,
nul self-n->pcctiiiK pndt wound-
ed, ix-inii thus hunuUati
|,r i.it. and for i^-rsons whom he
N
.
of nearly <
plan i
miisl I
Tiisini
through some
fear
(d) There is the objection of
tba VOtSI <' SSStSrdS) to re-
register and thc A.HO. lias lo lake
time oil to explain: Iht n he may
or may not rcgmler, but ask for
Uma io think it over. This im u
at icasi another call b> the a it o
(a) ElasSstratlon Forms arc left
by tlM A It O. l" l-1 Stthl i idle,! or
onpletad by members of
household who are tbss Bbstnl <"
Indisposed Tba Ofllcsr iindn. on
bis ilium, tba Porma are althst
spoilt or riot yet filled, and in
many cases, thc very persons SIS
absent, and he has to pay i nothei
\ 1.1 or two before he can find Ihe
persons he hopes to roglsti
aalsl thons to complete the forms
.vhu-ii ol course I era ' l st that
Urn it lha po i ;:- aii lotan
If in the Orocer'i opinion Uw per-
asni iii avantualu bacome in-
terested he pa> still another visit
or possibly more, with thc hope of
nacaaa tSanci trw expense of
phyakal and nantsl anargy, and
the loss of much time. ^
(fl Then- i- slso the constant
and widespread difticulty of the
A.R.O. having to revisit hOtasa
Cnoably four or five tim^s bafora
ing able to complele the BaSJl**
tration "f eligible persons on nr-
count of their absence through
many and varied reasons.
(g) This job also involves much
night-work, and Work Ml SUS
th.fihy putting these OfTV.
much inconveiueiire and personal
(h) The oKI
Hope "f Reward Sweetens Lab-
pragnaal with truth.

at the hand of the public, but they
,ds.. surfer mean rsmunaratton, o(
Which they are |USU> dissatisfied
--and there is island-Midi dls-
i.itisfadlon among these Oflleers
r,* the remuneration as set out.
Tlv Covarnment could not con-
eatVi of the dlfllciiltics which rc-
i:isteriiig Irrrolvas, ihere/ore re-
d not ba eommen-
surata with the drudgery, lime
a ind tad which the work
involves.
I add tbsrsl..... -'afff* that
all Assist;* nt Raglstarlnj I A i i
thrnughout the island be paid a
Flat Hate of ((SO.DO) eighty dol.
lars, as I feel this sum will ba an
;iltempt to compensate these un-
fortunate Officers for the grand
u.b which thay nc now pcTiorm-

I :ihvtvI\ hope tl
ib h the eyas "f the pro-
uthoritlea, and Oovarnntsnt
sttar ii> immc-
i ttcntioO and the considera-
tion which it |ui
OBSERVER".
23.4 51.
/ nil'T/Mih!
To thc Edito
The Adrocare
i .ease allow me to give
vent to mv feelings re the state of
Ktetlng between asiploysri
' .ets I very much rc-
l was unable to attend
the tVdos Clerks' Union meeting
tha Y.M.C A. on Wednes-
arnoon, but I have read all
about t in the pro si. and l can
l) the Mihiect (Which is
:
1
onrj tha grocery
nf clerks
living, and meagre wages paid out
by firms of the city, reminds me
of a riddle 1 once mjIvh! mi.
easily. It goal thus If a rope
hangs from the side of a ship
whereas: the end i* three
Hie water il I |. m how far will
it beat 5 p.m. with tha ii
one fi->t every hour? The obvious
lbs asms Ihrej real i
is an understood fail that Ihe
elerk ol Blown has been under-
paid for many years now, it was
only dui Ing lha
i aid thsrn, but what
of this, they have never DSSD '
position to ropa with thc cost of
living even pTSVloUS to the war
Lastly I would Ua>
il ' ius' way of
thinking, lo think that belter
mark-up of foods would ie of anj
benefit i II Itown, be-
i
sidcruluih that thi
Bnds of werklng peoplfl I
who make Up IhS DBt, Of IhOSS
that .ii,' crying oul for Uw coat of
living Bo taw about Government
allowing bette* mark-up on
ihe Marehanl
enable them to pay a batter WSSS
Is like trying to keep water in a
sieve I very much appreciate
Mr Thomas' efforts in trying to
do good for the elerk of the city,
but the clerk of Blown has had
so many things rubbed into his
eyes and called by otber name-
that he has fallen into a depres-
sion coma, but it is quite turn for
him to wake up and rssllsa thai
nothing can be done to produce a
better standard of Uvil
middle class people of this island
unless they give their whoftt-

die subject
UNDERPAID'.
23 4 til.
ii an nu
rot M.'t.MP
Ham* in tins
l'i.-nle Ham-,
Hunter'
Vienna Sausaf1
I. ti ii ih Tong
Meal Pastes
fish IVricft
Salmen in Tins
Oattss Ll
Smoked Haddock
Smoked Kipper*
Danb>h (he e
Bau*. Air
W .r(h nclon Ate
Qadaax -s stout
< i. n Tree Brer
Cysar
Kola 1
rbSf fiODDARDS f-davWe Urliver


rvtSDAi \i-kii. l'i iv.i
UAKBMMIS ADVOCATE
i'M.i nvi
Governor Appeals For Help $L Michaels Vestry **?Jr
-----------""" I lflii To Sppiid Ovc?i* t
For Local Scouting i^**?* ,s(tl)(l.(MMiTI,;e V^.,^
night Hii Bxcellen \ TTPICAL narto ;ur
! rturh mM always i .
ilouy
He *><> .ms dei____
:r,11 nine, and felt
'

Mrg*, whose anniversary
l /.-on Saint
' B "ins. said
'
r> lountrv
in the world, scout* red
tl corporate
worship to "Be P
munlt) la which they
Uvu
11 yesterday, my
nl back Io a v.


nay. [walked
peny -,:iti nunj
who rev-
nwnor]
i wh ... i n n lodi d
ra> Day in 1841 when

ami Guides were praam) ai .ho
unveil di ol material tablet i.
! ,.!-,
laater said. "You
are hero also to renew your prom
lea in ramaJii imp to tat Ida tl
f service to God and man. to
ireU devot
( You can i>cat pay
his memory hy making
II the upa
in.
Chart tutn. 1c
'. .
I b
the world of
Century, but for woven*
hraatciui 1"
Bmlt '
The butehtri in the market
i resolved not to work
again until an agreement i*
ni.iiii i atwaaM lhatn and the
Control OHrwi
in ownenUp and trade in St Michael tl bufcehai t.iiii iba Adrscat*
11 S canUia lb. ,,l!r. On an acre of aral.l, l.,n.| I, >j 4 ; SST^o^L^TS^.
1 lu ( Ira Brigade rat., is .6 ol a cent in the dollar In the Cltv
Half-mile beyond the limits of the City it is :i of a cent.
These were the rates laid by the Vciitry ol Si Michael at
Draws Crowd $800,000 This Year
l.avtl. Tnulv Tax hurmatod

> toa Qeeernatent
dredge at work.
tl basket
moving around on its
nrne and
aaaln on io tha seabed
basket Mil itself wit*t m-d and
garbage and tre.i du ops i; into a
punt.
Tin ore nv.li ii
the early morning ihe firemen are
d".\m to eat me sti ini up and
from 7 oclork her full
ere* an ad ihai go on
until S y
s? San
nil the iHinlonee lake* about half Scouts ami r.,h. ..,-.. *,*r '" "ll > ' ">"
their moatiaiM )
Si. George's
Day Observed
II I lilt: GOV1RVOK
HaE, Will Read
Royal Message x
At Empire Youth Service
'pilH I Ml'I*.,; Youth Sundav
1 ee %.iii in- held o" iho
rounds, i r flnvarnimiil Home
May 8, His Excclieiuy ib
the day Tha crew spandi th
t.her half of tha day cleaning the
Hid the punt.
Except toi .i tea waata avary
year when the dredge Is docked
for general repairs, it is at work
'hroughout the year During the
SBaaon, It operates in
the inner basin of the Careenage
Tin other month* of the seat 11
works In the Careenage
The purpose of the dredge || 10
keep the depth of the Careenage st
and the Inner basin (
hid accumulates quickly In the r,
v'urec.iagc and the inner basin
Mi : of it i otnes down with 'hi
ConeMtutior. Rivet

I :t of .i
enl i" the dollar 0V0I lM re .i
ate The rate on tha land has
mm up i Mo
inga.t,. i iraaeg,
itura this
1
go is in n expel
r si.s:t at
The
in such a i re.li. ament is the fc
that some of the speculators a*i
itock owners who sell them ir-
iploj trlcka to inn
.\t
weight.
The numl
reU
Scooters could be seen
around in their dtatrlctl
k iKi lures to th.
w* on the job. bul fort
uniioram
It was a day bri.-t'lng
a.Uvirj ior some aroota, and (he
local Chief Seoul,
bum trick, iw
ruj of ihc
kith iiwirih some iohii.'.i'i
i.hi'i
The animal watflht
when the lint. In ,
whan th. butchai it p *
It. he ItndM that he i- OjUlt* I
number of Deuaydi out
Milk in the mash, the boti It
udd would BMkc sn> i>in ovei
rintik itself Perhaps, H perce
of the mash is water, which BUJ
the animal weich heavily
Savage. look ,m a;ilve jart. He
made a broadcast over RrdifTusio,
ln*l nignt
tar.v in th, BtOrnln : I
tad revenue
sapandl. He saVd that paopts who tx
i. ,U,C S,48-IM -9- leaving an atU- the ;,rliials from the rountn
f mated balance cf ia.SM.aa have a v
Hon. v c Gale moved thai the ol ke*, m* the isdjaaii turn
rates as pfoOBnteU b) the Cora tha nlant oafora markeUna> e.
.nl the P"*r "' **toi "*" tonflrmad n.> tha monnai t avrkauns- '
b.I i*,.i ''""plained, however, uf the late* ,ee,i them up well.
Jir AlirrYl ___ [_ ,l_ -- -__., _. Ihnl mneli u> iln l^ ,
in the revision of the Trade ,h*t miK"h ''*>"
List and the preparation of thf T(, (.rli
i (trunk
vdl "Boy
Seoul 'i up n picture of small
i rlnsj peculiar
though most people would agree
that routing is a "good Ihlna",
withoul beina clear as to the
and method i i
. community.
ITesterdaj la Ivirbades. 11 iiiii!-
'ill read the Royal
Message to the youth of the Em-
pire.
Present will be Dean Mande-
ville. Rev B. Crosby. Rev. D. C.
Moore and Major A E. Moffat.
M Henom- .. " V
Ination .ii th,. island. Ni,vv "",
Mr. V n. Williams. Seeretan J'-"" Sim J
i tha Barbados. League pi Eai
iirspace \\uriiiii Vrt'u To Bf
Extended?
I^ile Kevieu
t Troop were up .-.id making "We begin OUT ravsau .f the
preparations for a hike Two cam;i Trade Ust much too late." be saM
...- Hi | Memorial "The law is I Hunk, thai l.....pk
Troop and the oth.r nt the seouts ahould lend In iheti u-turna bv
Head quo rtrr.-i. lie. kl-is Road, wen March is i thlnJ
ad at 7 30 p m, Thay were well iH ,,,,| ,(,.
all uMaa who arc rateol
gathered i) their sm.* ,n their leturn-. by the e
few yells and of Fel. uary ,s possible "
As ii w.i- ai praaant, the ves
ji m.i......-> arurc'i! Siniduy. S.r AUred Sav,> rKl of the ,.l,u...
Controllers | .
are always praaant and worUo
when thay are wiling tha meal
but thev ah- never praatni wbei
Ihev are buytOg the live animals
The speculators and stock OWIkari
i.ike adS ind i
icnded
Some t
scout rooms lor
other routine work.
At the Cell
l .
Gold of 11 lM
ban "n Sunday
by a |M-cial Navv
ih Wlnj
10 For Larceny
Polict
,. terday lined Bra
Foide
i paid in 14 das
; imprisonment for rlaallng
.. Gale sai'
that they met the MM) (lav !Me>
could to go into them
before laying the Carl i i
were made tot Irat raa*
undei dlarerenl Head ind certai i
n made but there
IkM when
came to the parish having i..

ivho her.- any voice or read my
worri- Id give Mime lliouxht and
il |.s,ii| ntr issis'jnrr rlthrr
l.v ervtea r subM-rlptlon, tj Ihe
Seoul Movement
I l>c|levc that the Scout Move
ment mum" make substantial "".favourable thli
cntiibution to the future of Bar- ost"*',,l of Uaj
.,. has iigreed to allow th
,;ood ind uaolul cltuana I do *o' Kapiaca ''ire
.. (hat every BMUl when '? '">' Band. und<
he grow perfect > K ..... '"H In attau-
clUxCll thinking and acting un dance. Ke the habit of help n>5>naaatjlha aarrlea.
ing others ll formad Ul early SpLAVDIA MAUGHAN of Bay
years, tha Seoul. Later In Ufa, has Vj Land, St. Michael, reported
a better prospect of undei st:iinliii-r t th,. Police lh.it a boui.inl and
ii sningled house at Carrtngton
ship and of beconung a man of Vtuiga oauant arm- ovei tha
sound di. i week-end.
I*raetic:il ,L U) valued *'2Ca and balongl
Qu.tr apart from that training to C.erhne Wright It is not la-
in psychology, Scouting Is a very "
in nth
1 articles valued at I 2s 6d, from thing ami ruahadTand' he did no
#oyoa Robfaaon on April 21 thmk_th.it wai to.- right
of |sa* and tioid^.. and other, jure (old the \dveatr th..t th- njandar u A Eggleafleld. Director i-,rriiat n's v tiau.4; \ h '
eaewed their prombn. M da Ihri nsn.....worulucted Cora juvrn- ' en.| ..f Ctvfl AvUtlon in the aaJTufha ^aMhTl'a* '
duty lo God and the Kins and to de audience of approximately Caribbean, the question of extend,
help ether people el all linns 1,000 from youth organisation*, mg the Airspace Warning Are.i .
Thrs evening. 1 Mini to appeal to churches and schools of the par- tie Jamaican Flight Informal io
. f S-. Michael and Christ Kegfon
Church. lie said that Ihe purpose Is to " '/
He said that last year the ser- provide -m ,.tr training area for OVFRPRIf^FH RANANAc; hul ,h" '"'' Mi Mel)
ice was held at James Btreel . WVtKrKILtU BANANAS Syinmiiiids Thureh because of inclement aircraft, The decision of His. Worslnu
Should the gather bo Capt. Gold is Aviation Office Mr H A. Talma. POUM Magi
Commandant, Tenth Naval tiate of District "'A' who liuni
Globe Thaatro District, and the Commander. Geraldine Lashlcv of Station Hill
an Sea PronUer with St. Michael, 1:2 for aaUins
headquarters in San jttBB| ft,erlu bananas at a greater price than
the schedule price to Sylvestei
laid that the rtecessily Walrottwas confirmed bv Then
rrangamantl l- tQ en- Ihnoms Mr. G. L. Taylor ami '
.ifety of civil Ircraft Mr. J. W ,B. Chenny. Judges Mr. Symmondx
There vhen the*
buj .iiiimat- which are turner
' down i>v ihe Inapactora Ttiej
then have to lake tin- .inini.il l<
HTHM and butcher Iherr
1 privateh
. .''..- he ..I
make it hard for the i
make a living "Theee are tht
1 || want going nitii". hi
.,!.
\ 1 I 1. I
hoping to aal dolphui and klny
Bin Instead ol meat, found thai
i\ in. were unwilling u
nil nah at less than :to . -it- i"
pound "'re takmi! tlh In Bridge
town rot 'ale to housewives there
llusv \\ alt-rfront
civile
Ric
If.
for thes
the
I -of proti
.1 many outdoor
and hobbies.
A :< days ago. I appointed
Majot Griffith to be 1 dand Com
of Scouts, a post which Tennntry, St. John, died sudden-
when flyinr; through areas where of tha Assistant Court'of Appeal '" ' tha tradan might
naval aircraft anil vessels may be rOBtirday, i(|.pe,ile.| i,, t,, s,.Mr( N| t||< ,,
carrying out training exercises. -Walcoli said thai on March 111 return by the end of Feb
Cap! Gold returned to San he saw Laahiay with a Iray 01 Ihe cuatornarj ne
Juan yesterdny evening and was bananas. Up went up to lm and "our return ana not
ccomponlad I"' U COL C. J. she gave him two bananas (nm ind wa an '.,.. |,,ui, ',',.
Uchtar of the U.S. Air Force and pea Mlehala) tor three cenu dayi? ^^ mm
E Slonecker. Aviation Chief l.e.hley in her defence saiil thai i-
nisi Mate of the U.S. Navy, lha told Wnlcott to k|v. hei Intimates l onsulered
were staying ut the Ocean another cent after iccivliig the "*' *""'" ,^s""-' the 11
roof is estimated Vlp* llot*1- th rep cents and she WOUld gtve H'"'' """I "' tttam kna
Wing Commander Egglesfleld bun four more l anan. Wl ""
III be Joining them at San Juan he was fumbling In his purse ,..
1 May 6, and after further dis- gfl the extra cent an Qflk. 1
issions with the U.S. Navy, ho up.
ill ba procoaWng to 'nudea UutUay ma also ordered to pav
tlh Capt. Gold to nnillso the appeal cotds which amesintsd
rangi-menU to 3
for the coi.fiim,.ti,,n ..| -rhe wnierlront whs busy
i take exception howevei be terday evening Two i.........
m v'V u,c "l,n" waea tmraatUng vv.d ami c<
Mr Gale, that due enre has no; brought from Britaih OuiaBa
been taken with regard to the At the end of Ihe BBII wtl
"<'< Ihe llshing boats moor, wor
"I can say that from the time were washing puncheons V
me here there has been H rush water drawn man ihe careenage
While a lew yards a,i, n
aid that how- Piling up sheets of nsbest
sured. A quantity of clothing. m.i1,
value not estimated, and a portion ,..'
of the roof were burnt. The
('amnge to th
at S10.
HpWKNTY FlGHT-YFAIt-OI.D
Carlton MotUaa of Kcndal
ime ti
Ding tn Hive lu^ full time
to the Scout Movement, but he
will require the co-operation and
i-rople ai
possible i. he wll
require the support of public-
spirited men who will serve on
the Committees of Local Associn-
will lake an ectrt
Interest in the Seoul M<
Further, lu v>iu "
ervicei of young man In trades
and professions who will'give up
-nine of their le " ^n lnc u/est
boyi I'bere is a great vanet. of ni),n|s hlive now agrecd to take vcsterdaV made provision
Ihsirihle Rarl in ,hc "ional Economic iheir Capital Kstimau-H
a,. -''*^^^tf^TSi&&te " ihJiri- and
ten Of Religion, whose parishes conference in 1P47. and whose
ly on Sundav night while on till
he General Hospital. The
body was removed to the I*ublir
Mortuary and i pt mortent
examination performed yesterday.
All W ill Take Part
In Ecoifomit*
CrtminitliM'
ipen
Seboonei Fraiire. Smith
loading cases bul l.uelllr Smith
iirai unloading arood from it';
The FrerdMn Flrary Wl
bottles for one of the othl -
Around the inner ba in
. i.mm. n were Itaiding su|_
Ughteis an.I uibei Hour Wo-I
nitur. and coal dealers could he seen
, tnat crowding around the Seh
.. into I'hlMp I-4 > Id son whioli was un.
thoroughly and the Virl 0 u I loading these items
boards had taken a lot o| time Amidst all Hits artivdv o.......
ovet racnrnmaailii.....i iwo Idlen could still b.- picked
As mattei ,,i fact he Knew ""1 'lhv> l"ukl tor secluded
that this year some of th. "pots to sit an.fi
St. Joseph's Parochial
Employees Will Get
Better Salaries
lie
Govern- ST. JOSEPH VESTRY Un money would have
borrowed.
The P.irish Chun h i
hich has been enclosed is about
increase the
waives of ihei
to
Ids contain Scout <.....^ ,[;M rr)1.,.|m([ U| ,'.lk(." ,,,..,, |M p|MVt.os |,
should support the Movement Barbado9 on lhe 161h or May , .
under the Chaiimanship of Pro- "'', "M C""V '
" lessor Beasley. This statement inci^f ver last years ex-
ll was rnada By Sli Oeorgi Seel in pendilure. To meet this, tax
.-.'..
vi r poalblc
Finally) for thou
. pre ti
.....'. 1 appeal for
support in the coming
year.
I bon 1 do not give the Impres
il nothing has been done.
salaries
parochial em-
chiefly this
cause an estimated
ii .If .hi acre of land
- r i ..ti '.:.-,
burled there.
It has
estimates had been got throuu'i
at a very ei rly period. It Was an
effort to get through the whole
of lha estimates at aj
date.
He Hi,i no) wan; .my member
tO bel that the i HilmitCS had
l>een rushed through and thai
I not know what they
had been doing
The figures, bad been arrived
at only after very careful
sideration by everyone
earned
Mr ii a Waatharhaad
New Loveliness For You
m PALM0LIVE SOAP
Vu Raltoav fMf
\ Simple Beauty Ptun
"W.th >,.UI (,, .llh r.lmoll.. Hof>
BIK.I. I.i. Mh. .O.I.. n..-.,. -nh
Pl(Mll I.O,.' Km..1
/*lk> On, I ilm.< .Ijv (... H iBJl
* rHl*,lHntliiaiii*.M| l..ln(.
iUI .km l'*ln,..li.. |*||
au
-' "t tflvst1
aiaigjffi
-I'l'lIIXA"
O M o l i: \ E
I s.-e
!h JASON JONES & CO., LTP^-Ohuaaan .
HARRISON'S BROAD ST
4iulvaiii%kd Wire
Netting
FtR FISH POTS. GARDFNS. ETC.
In H In.. * In I In 1' In* and I Ins MFSH
Obtain our Quotation* Iwfore hu>lng elsewhere.
5 piece Toilet Sets
In Avuiried Derorsllon*
tlNI.V glf.5? per SFT
Charcoal Box Irons
Top F.ever Fastening
g| kag, at 14 SB Faeh
t Ins. al 14 11
Agricultural Forks
and
Sugar Bag Twine
Warehouse Trucks
with Ituhher Tyrrd Meant
Full SUe Solidly Bail!
*- SACK CAPACITY
Homo ri''tiii
neparatoPai
AND SPARE PARTS INCLUDING
FLOATS, hi I'.r.ii; KINC.S. PINIONR
TOP ItFVItlNtiS BOWL SP1MILKS
M.niM. HIIFFI.S tVOKM uniii- Fie.
( be Churchwarden, said that
ade by Sir George
a broadcast la*: night, The setting payers of that p;-ri>.)i will
r,ilo"ot .n wm Indian Tr,de lhai,' "w 4.20 peiaore Ihey Uaj. Uta
- Con.mlnsioncr Service In Canada P"l n land lasl year, and |,""S' cpr",r ",ld. Y'"" V'llaic.
SSSi Scoullnrin'BaXdS. ha. ...d .he Unite. K.nj.lom. and S1.57 In ,he pound for .radf ^uf./^S Ll'Ve.T,"li""'-
".'. "" "' l"S year's $1.40. A. Zi, ? "h.ri V.Sid b.
s >eai the i.airh plans tWO toilets for men and two for
Lavatories
Tag Veetry appointed Mr. Cox.
Mr Coward and Mr Bmllll to k"
an an I the pariah and Hlect three
spots lo erect latrines and baths.
more Mr. Smith told the members that
re Horse lliii.
lo the point where important forward step taken by
govament requires to be the West Indies since the Royal
rejuvenated. As Chief Scout of Commission report..! in IMP.
the Inland, I am calling on a"
cubs. Scoub Rovers ana Scou 1 n
U) ,lav their part In a A|>|><>llfIt'll Kflltor
self help scheme throughout the
Movement, but as I have indi- Mr T E Scaly.
requln assistance lh,. Jamaica Prcbs Associatioi
particularly In snvice from YOU. ..nd the Jamaica Press Club, ha
Medical Officer
Appointed
Npondmi.' S43.5SI.P6 l-i*t 'yeai women wltll I bath and ,
Ji40.7B3 39 was spent.' These sections would be i
Besides $40,783 39. there wa* area of 35 by 9 by 10 feat t-ll
ii 1.500 which the Veetry received Is planned to use steel in the
through insurance when their construction. If one is built at
d,-,i ~# {wlallon Hospital at Elian Gowan Tent Hay it would not be Of
President of Land was bumt ouJ Th<.
decided to use this for enclosing When final arrangemeiKs are
the two graveyards, one at St. made as to spots and cost, the
is respect to the Trade LM he had
done everything posslt' to gel
teturns in at an early dah As
Clerk had n d v e r t i e d from
January 18 every other day fi |
three week-, askln.; for thee
raturni to ba beougat " The
only way they would get in trade
returns at n proper time, he
thought was to change the law
miking it like the Income
Tax law. That was. that if one
did not send in his return at I
certain date he would be fined I
rial certain amount.
of
been appointed Editor
Jamaica Daily Gleaner
Ml*. Sealy joined the stall
tha Gleaner 23 years ago. In
1945 he Was sent to England oti
a scholarship to 1
Ii Kazimien Kuesynski has newspaper method.-; and produc-
lwen selected for appointment to t1(,n organisation for ooe year
1 Officer. Bar. Mr. O S Coppln Sodretary
! 'iir. th. "f S3 Ba/budo ''" I -noney dertven* rrm"tha SoUl
D Mrs. Kuezynski lefl the ., ,-able oi ona to Ml Ho
United Kingdom by the s.s. Gas- Baaly yagtarday on behalf of th.' if. bow*
I oKlll- 1
1 Apn
mbei
of his Club.
" Joseph Church and Ihe other al parish will seek a loar
~'_lAnnr's The iwo other new itemv which
This was used with the agree- have caused the atknated W-
nieni thai it was a loan fr..ni pandltUTO to IneroaM are tin
lo be paid hack at amount to be spent 00 the
i.hiu.ve;.t Money was needed Par. hial Medical otlle. r's real-
o build the enclostin-s ind il was deBCO an.I an nddlUon
1 1 1 f*i i>4
free of biterest thai ihe) uead the wai < I......lad to repair this
residence. I(ut only Sl*> was
spent. The Vestry are no
it becomes neces- ntng to carry out extensive
sary to build another hospital, repairs to the extent of SI,445
'IVatior, Gu In
Aceidenl
The tractor X-922 owned by
Lowlanda, Plantations. St. Lucy
r by Ayiw Rice of wit.
1 <.\ Land. Crtraal Chun h
Volvad n an accident at |he join
'.on of Pme Ibud and Collymore
Hoik, with the motor car X.28H
of Thorn-
isl Church and
driven by Eiins Taltt of Bpeneei
chnst Cnureh aboul 730 gjn s*afl-
lerduy.
The l..f| (root tondar and bead
lamp of the car were damaged
to H 0WnC- by A J
10 -" bury Hill. Cl
ia
^ PRINTS
For dresses of all descriptions for all occasions
Tex-made tabrira are your guarantee thai yon are
buying Hie best al the most reasonable price*.
Designs and patterns for grotm-nps. 1717
B6 Inehea wide, Per yard f /d
Klddiet designs. :'.ii inches wide Per yard
-"'"'mV
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd
10. II. 12 fc 13 Brosd Slreet.
01 Till BBTBOOI islicdipar Un
CtnVBBS PEASLara* 42c Small
t'OCKTAH. CHKKRIKS
Laruc *I.2I.. Medium 72c, Small
PBKPASKO IHI.'ST.VKI)per Jar
i>< un un CHUTNEYaer jar
,. UaTSBIAL swkkt PICKLBper jar
heinz tomato irrrrmT i a.i
SWIFTS COBNED HURONft* lin
SOOTH AnUCAM I OBI 11U pm tin
si -.s. x i.wins TONOUEper lin
PARES
ST.WSFEI.If. W0ITA CO.. II It.


PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1951
HENRY
BY_CARL... ANDERSON
1

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Canada's Wonder Remedy Is
Here Again-To Stay!
For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM.
NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS iNEURITIS
ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES
There's nothing like Bnrkles-'i White Rub for breaking up
tight cheat cold over liighl or banishing the stabbing, torturing
arthritis, arnritu, neuniliitia, stiff sore
muscles, , ths ailserj ..i tired aching feet. Jus) rub it Into
i i in st i.r HihiiiK. tiraa nojeua,
udM m a matter of minutes.
V it i: .....BCimtifle prescription containing
tail} vi!..,t...l for tlu-ir proven tliera-
...ili. n itimnlatra circulation, breaks up ron>rction
.l ,.| Heals in,.i loothn sores, pimples ami tired
!ET We guarantee MORE r-lief m
BUCKLEYS
STAINLESS
WHIil Id II
Quaker Oais (PkgO
Glace Cherries (Pkgs.)
Vegetable Soup (Tins)
37
30
Hun Times
With Backache
IPS IS NOT to mo4 wbaa yaw
rrabM wkb bat****
ic puna, mS. aching
MM Il4ltfli tonbacu o*
urinary diaordan due
tlQBsTy aCOP^W
Why put up with pain aod dW*
comfort rim 70a Bight ret happy
ratiaf 97 taktn* DaaD'a Bck*cna>
Kidney Pill*. Tfcry dmulair and
dcanae ihujjuh bdaryi and M
hf6j> tssstm to rid tbc blood o( ncni
ozic add and other unpurittaa
which otberwue mifbt collcn
the lyitem and obbk diitrcaa.
Dobji'i Pilli bare betped many
tbomandi; lac them help you.
^''DOAN'Sji-
GOOO
THIXGS
tar YOU
WINCARNIS WINE
Large Bots. $288 |
Small Bots. $1.5$
RESERVA WINE
Large Bots. .. $2.38 |
. CKAWFORDS CLUE
1 CHEESE BISCUITS
Tin ........... $
PEEK FREANS
BISCUITS in Tins
OLIVE OILin Tins
CHEF SAUCE
in bots......... J8
Rich & appetising
BI.ACKBUCK
SAUCESBots.
.24
FOR GOOD VALUE
INCE&CoMLtd.
I, 1, 1 c 9 Koebnck Street.
i .,n 2236
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
53 1 Tomato Juice (Tins) 37 to
M Ovaltine (Tins Large) 1.24 1.08
20 Velvo Kris (Pkgs.)
51
ill
. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
the adyoiiai i
has tiii: iii:si
HOOKS
%ZwZ^&s&Z*sZw%Z^s!ZZ^!!%^r^&^^&&s^ssss%:
MX TOWN
JUST A FEW TO CHOOSE FROM . .
DEBBY-A Novel by Max Steele
THE CONSUL AT SUNSET
-By Gerald Hanley
MODERN COLONIZATION
- By Harrison Church, Ph. D.
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
'..SSS.VSSSS+**S.-.v.'.-S.V*SSSSS****&SSSS BUS and
TRUCK OWNERS
CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D
N A DELICIOUS FORM
INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
IXSI'li IIO\ TIME SEED
SOT BE WOBBYISG TIME
Haliborange
The nicest icci.v of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
Itdi By ULU t HtMBURYS III., LONDON
see rs roB-
DUNLOPILLO BUS SEATS
LIONIDE LEATHERETTE
CARPET MATERIAL
RUBBER MATS
REAR VIEW MIRRORS
6 ft 12 Volt BUZZERS
ROOF LAMP BULBS ft
SOCKETS
ELECTRIC WIRE ft FLEX
BATTERY CABLES
ACCESSORY SWITCHES
Flat GALVANISED SHEETS
Hard Gloss WHITE PAINT
for Interior
GREY PAINT for Flooring
SIGNAL RED tor Body
HEAT RESISTING BLACK
WHITE LEAD ft ZINC
MUFFLERS ft PIPES
KING PIN SETS
DECARBONIZING SETS
HRAKE LINING SETS
FRONT SPRINGS tor Ford
ft Chevrolet
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
AKD LOTS OF OTHER
. TMLS
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS


II I Mi V\ U'ltll. 14, l."il
i:\KK.\IMtS ADVtH'ATi:
I'M,I
CLASSIFIED ADS.
tltPKONI JMI
For Tlirtha. atari laa* or apnrm
announcan-ent* in l.nl
ehaiae U MOO fr,r an. nuanber or wot-l.
i

aujtio.jI word T.
MI.hu IX and 4 pm. Sill nr i'aia
NMWm only alter p m
In* eharfa tot i>nou*i> uaanta el
BirtR*. ttamtin, Da-tr.i. Acknoa/-
seOimerU ar.-.. i
I Moo oeert-da). .d )i
lor Mr n.JsasW of <>t4 up ut M. and
) rfiu mt word on '.
etnla par word on SumU> fur oa*h
laditkinil wo*d-
toil KALE
HUM clWn- kl. 13 (# ad
l> 1-itf-i^i ?4 ux>*t ow*r *
1 BMM a wd KMk-4 emu o
AUTOMQrnVI
AnoMouiu:
1 ,illlli, O
$1.300 00 CWrtaaj
.1 I 1
ier excellent n.,Mje-
Gaiaa* Piti>i...e:4l
4. M -T. M.

omit w
"...
medium beg
4M
. II,i- i ^ c<|>re.srd then
in nor rural bcrenv riwrl

undccalfncd through
i-uii.k. la
IN MKMORlAM
IKIIKIItlll In lutlnfl mf".ir -.1
our dear beloved WlW 1
24th IVM
Some Ihlnk you if
Thouh (HI C-:1:.
HMh itt Saloon
up ih tough was ricrlkrl
MM.00 or >MM nft*r Phon.
TUB o. M4
TAP One ISM M
aer wtin in,
T*r*. Apr.!
1 '.i 33 4
All '.**- \'.| For,
01 Pl"l tuiminc order and II
, Uon, Ai*.,.. o"
M n 4 SIXn
ll IILH SALES IM IM.I4 Mil II IS
rattrp* 11 V BO
a*d m -..*>*
pa* ao.ua ii-i on aafc dan
I p m*.-.- I,, M 5hmiV>
ka.oa II M o teaab-Oa.a
1 Saadava
REAL ESTATE

NOTM 1
I MUM M SI ""
MMm
. passa 1 -.
1.. latja m

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1 with Mwral
I. VIII

I., rnt aa
nonw h*. mlssail o

Until M n
peace M '
'.'4 4 51 ||

mmi'Ivs :
4tMtvMa -. Ag .1 Stth II
Da>. ..t
"... i ii . .1
And U> m .
Had ineni.in.. .,( two venn ego.
Vetlvn TlMl
man ami, VIOaHM .."d Hi
Nellie IHMbtri
Jmn. OMUtaai 1 1
1
IVORS*! I I .....Y Of m

Worrell, who icil aalawp on April Jlih
a taoon
p.
... 11*3
LLKC'iVlCAL
"ATTFBRBI fully rhr-tl.
II \o\u v j-ut-a t4* I*, a n>it. 13
1 IS Plate* US SI
Uibadna AecnfMa 4fM
II 4 SI -
MiX'llAMCAl.
.nod nmdllli
,i!i Ail,In. M. -.. 1
j Pnea |W HO Can
ftH-r a Co
3* 4 II In,
. ITEiNnW
modrl* juil trral
II.! 1 t.l
MIS! F.I.I.AN'E'OUS
(TOOUUtATnlt !,,
Ina GaitrMMi.
^; 4 .1 .:

Iran Itjmp pi.in.> in ood
lar* A|iplv
Mim E rower. Payi.e* llay. nppoalla
Drug Sio.e.
, 4 'I
1 Pl.11 In*'
l.i tealrd
UhartWM.
am 3.1
1 BAN)
Cwklnii
TMa, Bt^'e W.

Uod> beautiful B-rd.n
. ,1. j
nope lo meet >on
r u. .be
(HielL 'Hi. I
trlaa, Cr.ice.
, Wmd.m h.de~
urami. 33 In- lde Apply M IIM

XI 111S>.
[ari, Keith
ML
I M
COVFRNMEM XOflCE
\Bpnlntmnil
DUppnarr. Grm
,1 Slutlenl
til I1.J--1HI 'I
A vac-' 1
cral Hospital (n
tlidate to be boun
in-.- to lb* Dlspi
1 bn iii the rule
of $480. rising by MOUi] incr*'-
I S46 lo $720 M1
Tho Government will be under
no ooUnuon to p ktta ub-
ItMlUVfj for the
quallflca-
'. : I ..
Candid >
than . > 1
hold Om Cambi
of quiva-
'
Applicaiiun^ on forms obtaln-
blt from tfao Sewotarj
Hospital, ihould >>< fofwordhftd to
Mm not Liter than 25th April.
105).
WATtliEM Tin a limited petlnd 10",
I ..N Packard and Alton
:.' and I* jeel.
V l*Umi A Co. l.ld
l 4 slAn
TAKE
LIQUOB UCBNSE NOTICE
In
r.l
\l
I l..qu.
building
...
Dated tin-
t v v\ KAItPnt, Eaq .
All Pnii I "A
!W|i'.i OSMOND Hi Miv

N p InU .[:!
ttderrd at "* * "rid
at 1 Court. 1 :
:
A W
A Pol...- MaaiMi
> \u 'III
,1. Ill t A
TAKE NOTICE
Ideal Milk
TKil Till' I HI.
i i.iK.u.ii-y under t"ir liv.- .1
I i IM, '.....
hdM tiade or tniolnew addieaa
, no Ka-t Vermilion Street. I.ln>.lte.
in. and Niai-in. and will be
lo ii'Bi-ter tha lan.r aft.r nw
urn Hi. Mlh >U> ot April. Il.
me prnon anall m the ine.inlinM-
I.* In duplicate tn me at ?n
'ipp-->lllon <>f ueh real" I rat Ion.
e mark can be aeen on appll-
NOTICE
Thai THE
I .i i.....
HIM* ( ..-ill I
I
COMPANY. INC
..
nl Hi.
f trade or butinean addreaa

UlA applied lor
the reamlralion of a trad* mark In Part
' a of MM ' "uhatance*
uard aa food or a> maredienta In fooda.
: (lie iimi
April IMI unlaaa aome pc>.,.n ahall in
the meantime aivr natMa in duplicate (.,
BM at inv oltlc* ol oppomIi
leitiatiation The trade mark ran be
een on Bppliration ot lm
Dated thi. liMh div ol At
II Mil I.IAMS.
That TIM IPANV INC
a corporallan araaiured
Mi .it i i. virUM at inc i.-. o* in.
Siata of Hi id suta of
AniMica. who*) trada or buMiMsa addreaa
l* 1. Enal. 44th tWMt, Ne Vorfc Clly
V A Manufactuma. h. apnlMd lo.
.hi ol a Irade mark In Pail
|
, 'i'.ii In fooda,
will be entitled to reflater tho nn on i
month from the 24th d.i> of April ItSi,
I peraon -halt In Uk
In dupiicata to ma at m
n.-itioi: of u*h raaMUataam
Thf Hade mark can l>e aeen on Bpplica<
ofnee
nir, -(,.- .( Apul. 1*51
II WIU lAMfl
ItcKHlroi of Ti
74 4 H 3n
I
II
< Hiachmotint llol
full Brown T .
trim open fillerir. on tw,.
ma and dlnlnfl room-, 3 badrooma w i:
'
Uaraae and aervanu roo-
linpet ti<.i, ii appMcathm

The aboic will be nl fur aale at Pub
lie Competitii.il a*, our ofH.-e m l.oc.i
Street. Bridart-,.,.. Prld
Apnl IMI at I pm
CABRINGTON A SCALY,
Hill *n

mt> \p,n ti
P M TAP'l -
NOTICE
He EMate ol
Ml HKI THUII-I

pc'aoni hLv.ua any daft* or
Ha

ESI
i.tuate at Baachmont
inataa. and .tarui:,* on I rood Ui
of land thereto, coritauiliia
Dininf Roon-. 11.- i
roroom.. Chlldren'a room I
K .,
wn. Fdmlahad or unfumiahed
(Jflera lo be arnt in writms M Uw
Vrarao-l .. II p
reel. Brids.U,* i, HI I M *.
TAKE NOTICE
IMP. ara r|Uea|ed t,. a. H
' '
'leatad to the understand
'
ban Thoipe ilvre.in.-il
- I
'
I ir i anall
need lo dmtrlbuie 0m .-.i. at ti.e
naona the pam
. lid only to auc;i
be lla'.le
| 1--U thereof M
.Low debt
I : .
And all panama Indebted to tha mii
t.-le are leq.^^ed lo
. deblidnoaa wnhoul delay
M.ii.1.. urn
'. MI'I |
.' i ., v. ,|| ,
' inrpe. clwc.neu
113 31 4M
Oil HIM
i 14 teovda i
)-d I I
*""i aMMaatja-
HOUSES
M0AJ 01 ' VtMf, Oeaco. i i I ertry Co a Knad ll-ikeiv. an aaai n-APV Tvador Street 14 4 ai in
IIFWIH F.V 1.....Ifl.l.l 111 -....I:..-tor S', month- Pi.ji 'I. 1 1 ." I" t-. -Ml. ,1 lui tenant Applv O 1 ITU 14 4 31-In
CIIANlHHv bid Ave Belleville ruily
Available M.v IMh Inapac
turn by appointment Ptiona MM <-,
MM XI 4 l t f .
Kjiafcaa .tn ,..-
lo peta er children
M 4 si an
iiMici irr. si ia
NOTKK
I- v.
I
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,


1301 h stravt


li
li. i- ol tho
Mate of New TOti ..
I.... who ii -..
v.ni City.
'
.\ trade mark in Pan
if H* (liter ii. t
na nod
cpecially produet* toniaininc ,
i i "i the I4lh d>
unleaa aome peraon al..i;
ntluie glvo fWUca In .in pi wale to
at my office n
realilralloci. The U
I

IMI
II 4 SI
TAKE NOTICE
ixJiicAiFiii
i
Ui i
ot i
Vork Cltv
tot

___A auniafaelurwr*. n.i- anpnrn i. r
the rcai'tration nl a trade mark In Part
.f ltd'
mad aa lood or a. Inoredic- '
lally prodiHtv containing .




'
It ISS. Eaat 44111
I will be
TAKE NOTICE
NE8PRAY
Ttvat THE NESTLE COMPANY INC.
a corporalion oraanliad and ciutina
under ond by virtue of the law* ol the
Ms* Nr. York. United State* of
America, whoa* trada or bu.lne.. aOMraad
i. 139. Eaat 44ili Stieet Nrw York City,
IT S A Manufacturer*, iiaa applied for
the reaiatratton Of a Wad* mark m Poit
WMt in reaped ol 'ubaTaneaa
uaod aa food ..r a. nmredeol. In fooda.
r.i..-..nllv producta containing milk, and
raatatar the aome
..nth from Ihe Mth dav of
Apnl IBS) unlaaa aonve peraon
ie meantime oive notice in
. me at my office nl oppo-llioi
.'I .11*11..'. The tu.l-
. ti i.i. application at it
Datad thla 1Mb day fri
II WILLIAMS
Bagtitrai of Trade Mar)
M SI
lupliratr
'i

...... - -
.
' an on my letilemeiil b
...'. MMUf of you
'.I l l.l-TC l| .1 .
*" "h ua In -pirn 1 tike thl-.
*.FAniKTM Wocihlna. on l.ha a*a.
oppouta itrndeivoua Oap Drawtruj nd
dinina itoai 3 badruoma. Elortrk-
liaht and aaa maUllad All modern
cmv eniencea Ttom May la* a*W
i.,ul.T. Dial 3WT4 or MM
14 4 31 -4n.

WANTED
MfaMmiini chorp* u-rek TI rani* and
M canit Saaufayi 14 icwrda Otaaa M
u-dj s read a irord teaafc U(-d A-IB.!.!. I
I \ri'RII M III T |, t *
uplwr Apply Bo* ABC
.ale Co td
IS 4 SI I In
I S'llill ASNISTAST H.M1M IN..IN
lj:i( wiih ability to nua Mutt
hay* Bound knowledcr of transmitter*
mil receive!t and lo be able to sell M
v ell ,is engineer radio achiinea Ti.ivel
i upoclunltlra throughout Caribbean and
initial America avis* Abiln- M -nie
gOOd bualneaa lettelt la ImporLalil
I -nil.i* to H D si.van
Supervising Eiiflnrvr .Cailbbean All'
i. IV.. MO. Barbados
MISCKMwWKOl'S
i
ba-amtiful
he.|uc Will he v^iy
Imnilhi
. .
Id..' vmi Mill be able t..
.. biwnc in pav i in
PLIItOXAI.
h.il.t BBjaja. I i'i|.i. ."
one el-e iiBiu-actlna
S^ned IM I
ill put
I
ju*rPH N urn:
M ....,'
14 4 SI In
The public in.
(lying .redit to
i -.. oioPTinii
Mariwgj "v

U -.1. I IOI-*. BtHK
a* I do not hold mi
lor h*r or I
debt or debt* kR Ml
< wiltie>i .
Tbt public i
aivma credit
sent i
rag hcicl.v -.-I .
u. my -He LUCILIJ
. CorMni aa I do not ll
natbkt for M
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c.....

I you.

i in \ n i Ai'itir
34 4 u in
U.K. Sugar
liationing
Sflect On Cost Of Living
LETTEHS mm British house
ppeariiu In the
Uniti ii Klnsjdoi i
press thin
which ibg oning ugar is puttinu up n
living.
The full...i | IffttaJT, whi.li
apiwiiii.l in Ibg Doifu Trli'uraph
and Mot tlna Pott 23rd, un.j.-i the hi.nliiii; ..f ^ugu
Debit, ti. is an example:
Sir. With IhOIMMCll "f tilher
good cooks. I support the riowi

the sugar podtlon. I hnvc a purge
of indlen.ition ogalnst the n
ahU IncomptJtimcgi ol tb Mlnintry
pf rood ivbM i vrork out that Ibg
lack of sugar costs me roughly
f 1 per week more lo 1
T hnve three rp'Olt-lnl I
the follon h I regu
hrly ii.ii;i.
for a family of live-
Bought Mid*
she..
' a o
aha . :
s 0
1 3
i.
apple.. 2 fl
katl f)rlk. 3 0
li. i a
li. H a a i
T tal i
ri ui raiib ullv.
U V. IIUWKIJ,
Canada m. SriiuiUmin'u:
V+mpriat, fwlp Print
Ni g| lo (anada, the Is
rial In Ihe wMld
known u
Scandin . trios, Swe
" Norwaj and Finland, and
ilh i
exporter. In fch*
rity of Cana-
tl liny eoun-
iarp i ui in new ;
1 anada in
like the Unhed
mth Afrtci
i
:.
I n" in tho ca e nf pulp. Can-
len .' Ihd
4 Imported supply
.
i .
: I Hit OT pulp ilS
supplied I i m III
U in iW'i
Si.iinlin
'
I
If
above.

t f.ii the i'rim,| King-
dom foe IMi, thi W
N
paper llataUatn Lt i OOUlalttsJd t'l
I I
for the varuitinn ami final stop-
i,
. ntncfii nf ranti i
in it ii Canada
;

publication |oea on lo i
'
in 1951 from "Inland I i
i>f tha
-or 47 or tr.
for tha iii ball This
equlvalenl lo over $isi a u
prtM '.f
MB a
more.
"As to pulp", It goes on, in ue*
h.ive gbi i../y". II
kw of 1401
e.il pulp, or 112 in US. fund'
I th<
;
print i
re rhnin
ing C73 I ton, t "ver $'2iM) In
IM price
.
1/
tot .ilisorlMii hv IB
C.nadian mill- huge .liflerenre
On the b;.Ms if these 1WO 1
a tha main raw "'*'
i-x mill" v 0 ild
.......ton, or $itiR ,i I I
Fund

. i
in,; proof of thi
.
nadian pulp and newsprint chl
gxpoti markai
1' 'ViinntS ItcKim and Board In
Bacheiori AmofMaa si-ie on S*a
. periiiat.enl. Apph
*>.anna Club Tel SIM.
S200,000, 1951 On Oil
In Pruirios
Iti ti. I, STKHAKT, l're-.,drnl
ll.iMi. I..1 Oil I IITIll.ll
Iii 1951 the Canadian i~n.il.*iun
mora .utive than
<\.| lef.ile
I .i -'imi and dweli'pineii'
i' i pi.ir.s will bt earned on
... ... at< il rale and will
\pendttures of approxi-
mated $2otl million. This is con-
fnora ihan ixpenditutes
made in this rMUMttkn during
I II i robabl> tut tunai
fi- inueh ... Uia iniii |...!iiiiiii;
irxpMdiluraa for i*7. ii" naa 4
ii di-i.ivi'iy at I^iitir.
A large part of the outlay will
ha fa exploration ami wiih auefa
i-. n
otiiiihlr ana it is reaFonabU* t
expert that new oil rUa rarH
Mill In1 niadi. bUl| Da eolirS4'. tha'.
i- i.y no m ad. II la t.. be
H'tiiiinlHiKi that in spite Of very
active exploratory work n
a .....:iihlalile |X'lli-l |ilf-e.luu
the na i nl ei of i trikea Ini lud-
i rilnl and Btt Valley.
during which no Elada grara made
Adei|tialr (iipilnl Available
For Sound I'rouranitne*.
wnila hirthar Bnda are the
i itnloration, they bring
aoxlltaonal prcManu t.. tha Indua-
Iry. New discoveries would give
uicitei iiifi'iu., l<> ,-xtending tlie
market Ixvause of the enlarged
pottnilial produeing eapaclty; In
addition new dlscnverlea would
spec*: the tempo of development
drilling, that is to say the drtUina
i r well* ai pinvi'ii territory. Both
of these consequences in the face
of restricted outlet would involve
large additional capital require-
ments, not lo mention greater
nceil.-i fat Mrr'. Jit ut nicer Mlntdl.il
and supplies so far ai capital l-
concerned 1 fgaal that it. nOaTOia!
ineaa. it there In such a
thing in this troubled woild it
.. tnithi quantity to support any sound pro
grammes that are projected. In
Eau iiitical materials are con-
lernerl the ncerls of the Industrv
: I III I'AKADISE III \i II
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NOTICI TO mi miii I.
In accordance with Huh- g*t
34 the Club will ba closed |;
to members from 8 p m. on
Sat unlay, the 28(h April.
LOYAL BROTHERS OF
THE STAR
Neediest Cases Fund
ANNOKMEM
be held nn Tlh snd th June at
Queen'* I'ark. Ihe utidenlanrd tll
rereive entries far Ihe rolloHim
(a) Costume Hands
|cl Advprtlsiug Band*
Idl lllslorlc.il lt.mil*
In order lo fjKe Ihe slamliul ot
Carnival, the Steering Cnmmlll'
woMld appreiiate the en nperallon
or rirnr.. Clulm and Individual*
being aa original an possible
No run .in. - fee will be charged
More particular- l.itei
A Carnival Baud "I Ihut. ml
he vloltlni Barhado, lo Uke par'
in Ihe parade
Closing dale. IMh Mav
SI V MO I It IIMKIIM
e/o Vestry Clerk h Ollio .
Ill nh i low n
For Booths. Bta
Shows. cnnta.t C MOItHIS
| BM
vM.uiu utoubtlaai
the light of what cunti I i
can makv towardl
attranaTjMmlfUJ OW ruin
..ui .let. no
naatli might tiewrtl
I liona.
K.-i,r..-iies will Ih completoi
nt Edmoiilnn atsd W
additional i ipa<
UM in plMtg at othii | ii- Hi
i .,| , i tl >' I of lafl
will pro!i '
by some 32,(Hk> barrcli* daily, i
about nun- pas* eat
ii'vii f barn i of tha na* > an i I
duled for < on ph
is on tha i I ii' ma'.'
tin- pralrla an i
|H-tl.ileurii i.T. .'
Kurlher Increas
lion Pclrolci
III Coll .Mill,'
ii I'milucls
A fiirth. i
msumption of patfOM l
iiuit- i- indicated fa I
I
tho pralrla develop", ent i. f. i
to and the Kxtaauloo t
of the mawfctt '.,i '.. lem > n*
Oil, a COt Idl
our n-i|Uiieiiniil will I"" UpplaOl
by native |n<-iiH 1m.ii |
fa.'hi.'
It is to l>e hotH'd thdt there may
be an accompanying pipi
in earnings whiali roi :< si hi
ttt'in .it low i.'M'i m ralaUi n
tin- voiiimi- of tin ina Iran a< ti
and the amount of ipltal '
\ nl. I'd
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I1ARHADOS ADVOI Ml
TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1951
SPARTAN BEAT CARLTON 5-1
KEITH WALCOTT NETS
FOUR TIMES
Carlti rt I back for the
Spartan ciefo.iU'H them by fiv.
Division football
The can
first half hour and u .- witneaged bj I
Keith Walcotl n|
Selected For
ll.M H IIIMII
m iiir Spartan
netted (u,ji ,.r "
Griffllh Hi nuidr IHt ..Is., played
a food amr and
ulhrr goal tor Mi> team.

Clairrccfiii- In ';

mrtehlnsori i
of a Ire*'
area. McLetxi to
and nif
goal, brim in do* n th.
which Ball
At hali Uma I
t ( ..
Sportun defend)
the actcrn and and i
ten mlnut*
divided

I
efforts .i'
arfalefa ai
ltd to < laar. k. It
who was right dot
.
draw level but the Sport a
dofetuv I
the ball '
Tin- Spori i on ' a
i ban wel) in their
upponen!
time bui !

Carlton on the dUmi hand stUI

Reynold Hutehinaon
d effort but '
keeper <
.

takoo wtth Hi.- om i ( i
i u <.r Spartan,
On teumplnii. Spnrtan were
without !
Carlton ?">" took i
Fred'ik- Hutehinaon trie
one from out Id* the area which
goalkeep^i C tun collected ai
f.ivrl.
Carlton again attacked and
forced Uu
a eorni'i Lu< .
from Uw right side but M kicked out.
Sparta. i mid and

. ii the wt wing, Samuel QruBd
headed in i<> five Boartan then
.eeon'i
It w.-w not lone after tins that
llrii-ki." [ '
iient in n hard one whs
Carlton again attacked anil trom
;i ma Rich wt
McLood took ..
Reynold Hutehinaon hi
open the scoring for Carllpn
spartan soon got their fourth
tioal when Keith W
wajp down thr Mi dde, beal tiw
back* in"' "' drawing
the fMlkei
Ai ihli period oi the |
was I .light
dererl ttK
teams were howover playing m**1
games Carlton leaner*
attack but "' tnr
Spirtan players
guilty of loul play |uat
the area Moth ng resulted from
the free
No aooner was the ball i leared
than the Spartan
made Keith
Waicott sent In iha fifth with
well i
ot goalkeeper King.
The game ended with Spartan
winners by live goals to one
The referee was Mr. D. W.
Snyrr*
Tlir l<
Spartan. > <
bon, Ni'
Chase; Johnson; Wolcott; OriftHli
.-.nd Bpyce
Coilton: Kll Pprtei
Cox: F Hutch Ii
llulchin i I ' l.''"
Lucas and B, Hutch!
Training
The toll., Wl M
Ihi
I.A.P.A
rain fan preparation of the forth*
ommg visit of the Jamaican
V iibaU Ten Thej are aaked to
jrn out foi practief at I
;n Oval > ..; '< p.in
B m liegiiininB
kill Wodneadaj 14th April, at
S I Smith iF.iu-
B
iriton).
i (Empire).
Pi k 'Rovers),
(Carlton I
B (Spartan)
Half-bai H. Cm [an (Spar-
C O lib nt (Spartan), A
-n.-iiti. I,
H
1 il It...... C Hi' I
,- (Spar-
Right

Ueft-w inj i i Notre-
H
ill.....
i irda: A. O. Wilkes
i. Waleotl iSimrtan) P.
tame),
: Dri i
pa), H ii Johnson (Spartan)
i n rtonl
Left N N. f.ucn*
I
I 1 GriflHti (Spartan) K St. C
.(
Twelve Coming
I nun Trinidad
..I
Tooth Mak*rsGi\tn
Pioneer Slalus
PORT-OF-SPAIN. April 20
The Trinidad Government ha*
granted pioneer tutu-, to the
Tooth Corpoi
Ha
States of America who propose to
,i, in the Colony
It Is understood that the Corpora-
which will manufacture about
,.. i fnOUm, The
i Ims also arranged f n .
hical man to lake a three-month
laziui| next month at
their Massaehusett.- plant
Teeth Loose MiNSof piles
IVVIII tWVJV iJifiii la 10 Mlntts
.turn of xnpiy p*r*-
Aaaaean tfe#
For f.rrS.. Trine. Maul)
Till! HARIU&ON COLLEUi: TEAM which toured Trinidad for a n* of g *gj1 '
nrraod in Bundsy by (lie H.8. Colombt.- On UM UllSWil rlgftt Mi. Biaoton C
..it Hanager of the tesra. On his left H Jsmes William-. Captain of the turn
Traffir lliin'i
No.
32
Ii.. not driM- tut whaa
approAchliik ird HAM.II!
lamp-* on the i "I
Spa' in ult- avaiUlilf h;
< W \l>\ lKV
tor Nalcr Sl.d.irlnn
Wn. i, Ihi Ji
nd athletli sport
ii <. Mfhit-al i
n.i' it am] in. it i- expected
an i- i"imm.nt u. i
will cunipeu-. two Trinidad police
.! their champion woman
: Uoen Ku>n ami
..indsay Cordon fr"in BrttUI
lutat
Steui AlliU'tii As. ! ii*-
Ion <>' BarhadOi held
,'eslerday to make ma lin.il g
'anmtmmtf of the May sporti
neet Thc Association will n-
artaJn the lyehsts who are
'Xpc*-ti'i tn arrive on the
BgM Mav II.
Though Gordon from Brlttari
'.niana will lie invited, he ma\
' iliitish Guian..
r.. tiokuhi tbetr .siH>rt.s meat .it
he same time, one of the days
Ming Whit-Mnnday. To btimu-
.(l.- interest at their RWM tlMJ
ranted rt preacntatlve trot
pii>(t'rabl> Ken Fai-
i . iuiteur AthhHh Aaao-
d Cjelllt Union of Brit
h Guiana aid. They wcie
Vllllllg I.I
expenaas and S30 pock-

Two I1 lluhxini
toys" and "Pioneer" I
i n asking that com-
treated with rnedleal
i they were Injured a'.
They alao want free
placement! of ai
yclea damoged on Ha ,
.
hould be uwaiM I
The A i i'
,;,n (mi." damagM at sp
d yesterday the> taikad
sl th,. poaalbiUtlei ..t tettlni
Joclor.
Mr. J. W B Chenery wa the
chairman of the meeting. Cyclist
from various cluba afl
' iha TrhUdad a- Tobago Cycling
Pedai ..ii..11 who axpi I
the roeet are ah Star
i phelpi (Trinldad-Bueno
preaantaUve). Uric nnd
!. wl K I' P. <
\ 11, :.,... IJ. V( r HlMll 't!
R

lib Pal Gomes of CU
. | i i
Fernanrii-/ ol Cl B' Cyclonei
Mikry Mend../ "Intcn
.....
W arid Record
Holders Haled
LONDON, April H
i

the i '..< i national
ion
Mi i Events: 4(

in I kii
-tun.i (Sweden)
. b
bs Herb m. Kenlj ot Jamali a),
48
d (United
United
i IB. 1950. (held
K ,ntl. With S
Britalnl
i
| Dirk Attle^' .

. n bli It IWO i Foi
I] | -, ! I
,i on Dtllard ' Iht UnltsM
St I
tot, 17.M metres
b> Jim Puehi (United bM
Egkilatuna, on August 22. 1950.
(former record 17.68 met I
by C. FonAUe >' the United
States) .
Women's Events: 800 Metres in
2 minute- 13 aconds by E M.
VaaUievs (Soviet Russia 1 In Mos
cow on July 17. I9S0 M
cord two nunuti i 11.8 sec I
A. Larshon of Sweden I
880 Yds in I mlhUteg 15 C sec-
onde] bi A Lai iho
Steckhnln ber 8, 1945
Pormoi ri
I seconds b) 0 M H.di ol Brit-
.ii).
Him Met m, (tour I
Iti I RebUF In 1 minute 40.6
Club of
Soviet r h M< on Jui
TROPHY WINNERS
AT FLOVVtR SHOW
n Leecock won i Deft
. rti I numbet ol points
in Growing] plants In flower In
i hoi Ik ultural tahibl-
uon ai . .i: (ere giren to Mrs
J W Chandler for the Kieatest
mimlter of points in Cut Flowers;
Mrs. O. Sbmetl for the greatest
number of points In Feins; Mrs.
II. N Leneork for the
numbsi of points in Orn
Pollaga Planu and Misa i<- fteeba
tor the '"': i" i bum orchid ;.i
the show.
Luncheon Table Floral Decora-
tions were won by No. 6 table 1st
-. ..........Prize, Miss Barbara Young; No. 3
of| l Prize. Mrs. J. W.
Chandler. No 9 table 3rd Prize,
I' II L Massiuh.
p. i,.' mone. will ! paid by Mr.
i ii Ban) I at Mean. c. S.
itcher It Co, from Wednesday.
jib Apr.i 1951. batwewn the
lotir^ of 10 to II ;i in an.t 12 to
I Uu p m
The Bo ad a cable
from Trinidad about 5 n m on
i i the show saying they
n y they wen unable t^>
>end up any exhibit* for our ex-
hibition.
Kid German Expected
Shortly In Trinidad
il*roni Our Oun Curiripuiidculi
l"OItT OF SPAIN. April 5<1.
l i i
shortly is Ivor Kid German of
Barbados, who put up num. bi.l
liant Bghts " Trinidad during the
war yeai th rnming down
"th the hope of meeting the
winner of thfl Boswcll St. Louis
12. 1950 (Ponnei i. SarrilU fight which take
minute 41 seconds by th* Nether I n April L't!
team).
2.400 llatrej (I times 880
metre) Kel.iy In 6 rnln
seconds bv the Soviet Russia
NaUonal team in Moscow, on
till] iM I860 tl
\u, So
viet National Ti i
The IS ild record bj O M
! i" Women'i Yards
ime time
. A Larshon's performance.
hlch beal It.
Kruler
On UtMf.mli>'Komi
!' i. i- i
i
mil
Mi.
G
' B",
Toronto Maple Leafs
Beat Montreal Canadiens
rOROftrTO, <>nt April 23
Toronto Maple Leant dateated
'hi the
on Saturday
I In t ie Stanley Cup
I..in gam* lo urn I i
re of ft8
iv r.i
and Mi J W
Asslsta-ti
mad
..
I i i
.in. placed Daphne ft
18 months [or woundint

1981,
Jordan anpt i '
end at thi i
.1 the i US ..' l<-Hi..'. '.'.
0 I "f 10 4
. ... in default
i .\< : i... Inipriaonment
The Rgh
mrwood I...... place on t.
% 2i iii which Vearwood said
.
......
I
. when YearwiKhl ^^^
iw both .i t'u-
nt Jordan- atruggUng
round.
' They'll Do ic I very Time
rr
iiy Jimmy Hatlo
l SOy TO BOTrtiC
voj oto-Fl-t >^-=;
CAR 'MSL'W'
PAST DUE-I APW*SC
"THC SlXTy BUCKa
BJT |f- VCJ COUL?
VWOIAWS N
CF, SAY, FiVS
I GAVE M3 J
H-SPOT

AU TIE0 UP

. i^V-
PAV
TwCN / /.ELL.VXICAMPirTuPA
OTTO GcTC I B^N'P TO Qt7 V; OJTJ
IN A JAM- / J^EXAvT you? ANP I
AS< /Ny / WfOfiRANO^
MAN
I lioma- 1 i^lil-
S|>aiiiartl loni-lii
r ciOKia \\inn\G
W\ lb i -weight
rnjKinjt hi H I iPfM
. Britain,
biropa ..mi the ggnplre, la t<
light Antonio Mom "
.1. mi Api .I 84
f 11 h.....iha ago, ..it<"
raw with
:i Tili Clavcl nobod)
oul ide his evei -faithful an
ent Welsh woportai
would have betrayed n ore than
Rddle'
activities.
I I J .' | I. .'A.ATI
Thi.mas has rocketed to the
stilus of n world ehnmpionshi|
con tender with a promotortal
pi. mise that the WOl
might be wttled this rear in hi
n.itive Wales
Offered CI00
Meanwhile, we have Benoi
'' ear-old champion
of Spain trying to convinee us
that he is entitled to a chance a:
Thomas's new-wm European
title so much so that he offered
to take 100 less if the tlghi
Instead 01 being made at lOsi
I H were put on at Its
oionship wefEht of 10*1 7 lbs
Monzon has a gift for slngin.-
Flamenco songa talent he
intends to commercialise bv open-
ng a gipsy cabaret when his box-
. ,...
Eddie Thomas also sings
though I doubt whether he will
rvex get round to gipsy taboicK
i Mcithyr Tydfll.
I, I s
Buimeis Contacrt
the Coribbecn.
2 It's Cheaper roe ihep 0th
ta or ai> NgntpgrtelifM
Take all the Exccsv Baqgre
you Need ol Ne- Reduced
Rotet 50co Smq
BWIA
'BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
that's on Today
relief ( our iv- 10. HO am
l^KUilatlve Ciunul merU
l.gg p m.
I Vunell will eonalder
i. -.>litkh for ulllUinf
il .in fund* un Houslnt
proWtt:
To prnvidr iddilional
|ln|ll'l"nl|l|.ll' .1 St
LeonJt.l'. ft.', Scho-il
Bills lu aulhorUr r\
i.....tin for the Improvr-
mmt and exteiwion of
the ml. I -ii|.|d%
II. ii-. uf .\H*embl meets
J W r m.
r*ltea Hand plage at the
Mental llcsplUI 4 00
nral BIlW Football at
Keir.lmlnn Oeal FA'er
ten ff*. Notre llamenm
p m
Ylr>i IHvl-lwn Bi*fc*ball a'
V m r '. Beehtei *'
Herri*** r-n>e >'
U.S- *' v V v i *'
m reetren ee Oaflten
H l n m
lnlTflu1' T.bie
thr VM"
Gums Bleed
Looi' T**'a inn ih' roil h* i
riwli H->lh or r-rh.M. Htm. had *!-**
.hat -ill *"" o* l'*' '* your ihiI
laUllouland -v.. iImhw Hhmnitu.n.
...I lln.l TTMtWt *-# nop* auni
(iiar.tilc *"!
pnouin m "d

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tt la lu|
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brrfe
lapualtlon. Oat
irunUl loOar
naruilaa Hytai _
,fa *n6 iraublaa
riUi
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CINEMAS
U't ltilSlB>w I Th*
!-..-1 IS * BJS ai
tia omiai *' '
>al I. ( r"-
fiUiSiiiBi "TT v -
The Weather
TODAY
Sun Itlsett; 5 47 a m.
sun lefW li 10 P m
Moon I i-i Quarter):
April 2g
i i, iiiiii < u r m.
lliih Water: 8.18 am.
S 11 p m
VKSTERIIAV
Rainfall (Codrineton): Nil
Total for month to yester
day: 4 11 Ins.
Temperature (Ma*): 85 0 F
Temperature (Mini: 12 0 F
Wind Dlreellon; !ft a m.) E .
il p m > k ft C
Wind Vetocilj: 10 miles per
hour ._
Baremeler: '9 a m ) 29 M8.

LADIES'
SWIM
SUITS
by
MARTIN WHITE
Flowered Cotton.
Nylon Satin and
Velvol. In styleo
to suil all tastes.
Separate bra and
trunks, whole place
with oti ghouldor
Straps, etc.
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