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PACK 1U.IIT BARBADOS ADVOt ATK WH>\I Ml II AI'RIU 25. Hal EvertonNot re-Dame 4,000 EMIGRANTS WILL Draw 2-2 keenly Fought Game Sees Honours Shareoughl land. H ft* a few day* %  >N April M. a.d. and where lf le *' • '• ''' %  *• %  '" P?" .Hi.,.,, ihe SS wllh f*"**" -Jaima, could he made available ii the Colonies, a great need -•ould be met. declared T. How. a barrister. In a letter today. I'racket has been bei ,-*t|xcd from S-turxlay Ulh to E^,'.,,,,, Saturday 21at April un account of *"£ %  '," .nher. Most of the grounds "' Ihe I Ihe hunuiii able %  tph had said, the Bui. hi i u,mly wej (lagUflad in saying thai if they „l were going lo spend fully IIM.OOO um island muit be taken inlo on thai scheme, let them ft> finger Hope *"* flooded during ihe week tc_ ccoun further and spend another $160.ln ^ eac r ^"' h 7^ i ^l, ,U l h ^ d The Opposition look ihe v.ew H1 on scheme, of permanent a? *1 lK. P !r* JrSJof ,hi " wou,d ** wtotr ,0 b ^ nd b-n lt l lh COl0n, 1 P Earner eoud not he Dloved at the money " ,*" m ' !" t,on wh,ch 1-ei ihem pul people lo work on -^ S-S" JftKSd -t Ejft ;* ^; i0d f mp, >£•* Co5 £3 let .hem ,,ail played a good game fur Notre U professionals' agreement In ?hV ..Jelaseii tcheme was onlv ^ a ^ ? and -tart an Dame. VctcV.,., Ve.v helped 'he case of some cluls. and were !" e S^\"*^ v !" " a '"^P/ 1 *' "**. "? ?" V ""* Everton a great deal with In. MH M week cUyi during ihe on *' !" £ Jft2SS5T2*^2 Pravlcle employment, but would exnenence and ball tartlet and season. wouW nul '" w-nellcial to the expand in a permanent manner. With the galaxy of star* from community as a scheme under the economy of the country. The i on his shoulders thai tin isihilitv rested all th c lime game started with Noire Dame defending the screen end Daniel at centre forward passed to McColm at right wing for Nctre Dame bul when McColm then *as DO About live mlnulcs after pttj Blades louk a try Im Lverton but the ball went far a Doyle, the 'Notre Dame custodian A.Low Shot Soon after Mandcii.. Ctllymore. the Everton goul keeper with n low shot, bin tKer< was not much force bel Collymoie had no dimculty m i-olleeting it easily. Y..u,. d and Hill I. the Ev'i'."ii l-.nk fended stubbornly. When Ihe Jlrst half was about 15 minu Bl old. Parris leplacid MKolm H the right wing for Notre Dam> winlv McColm shifted lo InWM left V Daniel scored the first goal for Notre DtBM ;ih.mt one minule after the change. Heeiu mg a ]>ii .. %  .. was awarded to Everlon. Blades .kuked the and made no mistake in placing tha ball awny from Doyl*. At half time the score was Notre Dame 2 and Everlon 1. foi longer resolution I then pasted. Bank Manuger Du's In Grenada GRENADA. April 23 Samuel Wright Brathwatte. 75, India, and the West which amploymant cried was Kuaianli should provide bright cricket in The longer the worker was in i mf season. Everton the U 8 A .the leas would be Ihe Roy Marshall. Clyde cost lo the taxpayer and the grealWalcott and J K. Holt are all in • ihe number of workers who the I .am ashire League; Frank could be senl there. > Worrell and Sonny Ramadhin are „ -B . i~ both in ihe Central Lancashire r AHder IL) said lhal he League and Ken Richards is in regretted that US C.overnmnntJ tlu Kibblevdale League. instead of asking them to send twcl The players have heen practis to four thousand emigrants hadl ing on concrete wickets for tho rmt asked them lo send 40.000. oast week and arc hoping to gel He agreed that regardless o' grass wickets in a few rl.nthe cost of arranging such a Hi ure Pairaudeau has been scheme lhal II was necessary to tired due to 111 healtii. died tin appointed Vice Captain of Burngrant whatever money Ibal wasj morning after a long Illness. He It i last years Lancashire asked for. was a highly esteemed eiUtan, League Champions and with Cecil He said that the Government taking a prominent part in a widi I'eprer. their professional, thev was spendniK the money and did range of activities touching lh< hoping to rt p aat then excel not ex|*ecl to gel hack the amount business, culture and recreation of money they were expecting to of the community. He leaves a spend. Tlnv would get MM the wife, the former Maude Osborm money, he said, provided that the of St Lucia, a brother J. E T emigrants worked most of Ihe Brathwaite, also a retired civu % %  me. servant, also six sisters and Mr. Alldrr MM that sum which several nephews, among then. was to be spent for Ihe payment Drs. Maurice Bver of St LtafiLa of doctors who will examine Jltl d E D. B. Charles of Si 4.000 emigrants in the eeheroe, Vincent; also a cousin. Justice J. was loo high a figure. He ". %  • %  t; u c.'ibvny of Jamaica wondering if the Government T|l(l funcra lonk p|arr „„. rauM try to sec if Ihey could „ fW n^m at SQor£ %  "-" %  ' "T. ,. MethodiM Chun-h Of whieh ||ie "' w" 1 Acenied m a prnmmem ln% rould inemployed at foii-wiiw ihi HI. %  irdgnnti TWl 'mount was loo high, he aid. Whatever Mfaguard some htm. members might have set up as regards Ihe protection of certain professionals, he said, he fell lhal when they were asked It would be a step an impor•ani in those lands as N tain, he said The present poor iHirsom priK-edure in the colonies \ iimilar m most cases to that I y before l|>si October and is equally inadequate. • If It li generally accepted that a Legal Aid and Advice Act should be adapted and p as sed Into law in the various colonies, it ought to fellow that the act 'hould be applied lo proceedings (••fore the Judicial Committee of lha Priw Council, so that appel lanis who have already obtained ugal aid certificates in respect of neir proceedings; in the Court may l given legal repreeiilation and ;.s*.tance here for lie purpose of their appeal. "At present an %  pBOUant who to obtain legal aid in the Privy Council has io pe-tuion H .I pauper and has to iwear among other things ihat he is not worth o., ^.Min. o„ . ,.,. >-2'" '". %  world cxcrpllniihU Wlml Chid Clrk c.l thr wind" apparel ml hi. """• imrd IM SudU d I.I,. '" " •**!."V*. %  "" '" liracUfiaiiaarr o( Ihe GnSoi l,nlled •>"*'' %  "" %  '• tpcratlvo Bank. Hnully I i iniilailiaiiGiven Medal Kdr Bravery LONDON. April 24. Three West Indians, who rtstsad rescuing three sailors weather from a rock fi rrimdad. have been awarded •h.BritiUi Empire Medal (Civil Division), the London Haselte %  iiiiounceti tonight. The Mfl IriO are Conrad Jackson, who is a chauffeur of Trinidad, and Alfred Mollineau and George Thomas ( %  aretaker). both of Monos Island. Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes : Itch i hinirwiifc i ft r i-|inr'tlnai, > r1l-r tHrTU tly ItIKit kill ihf B*" '•* The orw Ji-_ Nmodtrm, kill* 111rn In -uarsnt.ka| (let giwrnntrrJ NnoJi'iri (rum jgut %  lumUt MUyn I Nlxoderm fv^Hvii For Shin Troahles troubl.. iBodarm. ...i u n i this : %  arork this summer, i ihe list of Professional* i Ire I -cague AcchnatMi— V. N I'.aymer. Au trahg h.n ip KM 11..n Weekcs. West Indies. Burnley -Cecil Pepper. Au*irn The itition says that a launch but could not venture to M sras lowing a heavy barge from B powerful police launch had lei MM of the |sh m allempts. i.iainland and Trinidad, when the Mollineau obtained a H wealher changed and the vessels ower ( ul i au nch and with Jack, ert swept into the Atlantic ^ u „a Thomas went off to al alers by a >trong wind and curlf mpl n( ir ..ue in unmmem rent running between Ihe islands, danger of beinfl thrown up .gam*! Baitered On Rocks the rock5 bs the surging waves." Eventually the crafts separated according to Ihe citation md were battered on the rock> They saaMhaM uctcrininadly face of the island. Three sailors at their task ami by means of were thrown on to a projecting lira eventually m>'rock, some distance from ihe all threr men >lf mlo their boat, island and about 30 feel above the "they displayed considerable water Here they clung for three thill hi seamanship and risked days while the stormy weather Iheir live* n carrying out the continued A whooner saw them tescue Ureter WONDERFUL VALUES! in White. Grey, Beige and Eggshell 42 inches wide at $4.13 per yard TAFFETA PLAIDS $1.34 and $1.40 yd. mm Aim AY mirss MIOI Church—Tred Hartley, England. Colne W Allay, Australia. IllOII' D'-. \MH\, AU Kiifn i Clvde Walcntt. West IMll. Nelson—D. G. Phadkar e carelul thul tins did not show to other-, in rXmarica thai they would ask for large sums of cricket team money for ti Park, We should shi %  I -.i.des exports from If>4(. through HMD totalled $113,400,IHW.000. the U.S. Bureau of the Census reports. Imports during the same period amounted to $:i3.SOO.0O0.OOO the Airu The South Afr h.....,..i ii ,'< open then* lour %  • a^eogsS -SBU ( li-tii) D (||lk og,,"'^K kicked m ihe eq gart (Suexi. L Ames. A. Fagg. SSKS^M^SSSdl^^i This seemed to -'Mir up" theM. c Cowdrey. A. Pawson. W gJfut^JTo,oTid -d hv the tsiv Noire Dame boys and „ was only JJ %  1-vKt. f Martin and D. li. ggg" J^ffoAi Hospital. sheer luck that a goal was nol Clark (KtrtiHe was hearing noise, he said, tcoreei when the ball hit the cross 1 *" %  boulh Africans lust and j, was com t ni[ from t nt Govagainsl Woi.esl inmrnl bci ch bar after Mandeville took a shot official fixture from Inside the penalty area At • %  nil the end of plav Uie %  cOtY I unchanue'd with Everton 2 and Notre Dame 2. The learns am: Notre Dame: DoyUt, Browne. Straughn. Archer, Daniel. Roberts. McColm. Mundeville, GUI. Parris, and L Daniel. Everton: Collymore. Yearwood. Hall. Harewood. Culpcpper. Hecce. Hope, Blades. N. H;rewood, Murray and Maynard. The referee was Mr. L. Harris and the linesmen Mcssi u \i Rublnsen and D Wilson. Russia Sets Up Olympics Body MOSCOW, Aprd 24 Soviet Russia has set up an Olympics Committe'e. th. MVf> paper Hovlet Sport announced to day. healer add: Th Russia wouM like lo the Olvmplc Games Thefoin.. his "comeback campaign lion of an Olympics Committee Is pointing Gerry Mc Dtrmoi essential before a country e;m be 'en rounds, invited lo eunipete In Ihe games. The winter Olympic* art) in Oslo in Feb.-uary and thl -ames in Helsinki In July. —Renter. Ma .v 2"Ha would have Liked In draw to their nltention (heir inconsistency of paflay. Lnat month, he said, they mi' ,isked tn create a post for .i ejiel.ikei ol inent DUlldlngl here the Chalrin.m [ntnrrupted i" aaj ha wgj nol nlng '" entertain hit remarks. but Mr Allder cemlinueel and said .._ they were asking Id |i we. k planning a sports for thnt man who had to work June lo feature 24 hours per day. "And now they lam when I draw to their uttcntioii whal appears to be loo high a price". He said lhal he coulg not see the labour conviction of that Government when they said thai %  titled lo turn everything that was left right, and were doing the opposite. Itr. Cummins (L) humorously replied, "Mr Speaker, the B* I BooklC Member for St. John hs spoken; whal did be say'"' Mr. Allder said that he was looking forward U> the time when iiui type: lhal lha n in. Memdctl Jamaica PUin Big Alhleiic Meet KINGSTON, J'ca. April 10. The Jamaica Amateur Athletli Association meet here leading track stars of the If these plans materialise Mnl Whitneld. Harrison Dillard. Andy Stansfleld. Herb McKenlry, i:iioeleu, Knfael For tun, .vhn will all be taking part in a aeries of meets in Cuba and Trlnila'l. will also uiipear ill Jamsk.i. Farr Wins Aguin The Weather T(M>AY .-un Ills. .: 5 46 ^ m %  Mi gflfgi i. in I. in. Moem l .ivi Quarter): April 28 l.i-IHin,. i. ;.i ,. ,,, %  lilh Water: ti 04 a m. TNM. IKSTKRDAV Rainfall iCodrlncton): IS In. Total for month to yester day: 4 93 hsg Temperature (Max): 85.8 F Tempctattire (Mini: 72.5 F Wind Direction: (Sam) E fi K.. <3 p m.) : S I Wind Veloeilv: 13 miles per hour Karometer: '< %  m ••• 95*. <3 |i ml 29 M4 LAINDON, April 24 Tommy Farr. former Dim-. 1 eywaight Champion returnad Heavyweight Cliampion reiurned Iho type Ihat the Ron, ,„„„ta ihat Io 'he seen,0 i many of his tribei repiesentcl should ta •"SeSUrS !*• tO wm .he h.U, con.es, ol e.ul by the ptajPlj. The formshis comeback" campaign by out* %  ,*\. ^ uf Traffir lluur head* llghta when appronchinjt road juneii.Fi or bends al night. Spare made avaltalal CANADA DRY for Safer Molorlnr by 50,000 Tickets Already Sold For Soccer Match 1X>N1X)N. April 24. More ihiin S0.1W0 tickets have batn told for the England v.v Argentina soe'eer international ti Wembley on May 9. Bound capacity for tho ,iiii.v ill be lQO.OUO.—Retilcr. NO RIFLE SHOOTING TO-NIGHT The usual shoot of the B Rlfst Club will nol plate tonight. The next Hill be oi Saturday al 2 p m. Ihat he wanted lo remind the Government that the resolution was only a palliative, and they should have made their needs to felt In OPM| Britain that they should know whal Ihe peoplo in the Caribbean were going through. He said lhal they should DO* itdf) In sit.down on their rtghls ami ask for palliatives. They should let Ihe British people know that Jusl as Ihey could repatriate (.ennaiis lo Africa, that they could repatriate West Indians to Africa too. %  'As long as it is not a perma mem settlement, il is only goinv to upset the economy; this Is no*, enough." he said. He said that every time* he Small brought up the African question. UtftO lie could hear a branch of Irrehoot sponslble members mnkina a Joke "Wealth manna power ol What's on Today Pol Ire < iiiitu —|o 00 a m. Court of Appeal—10 00 a.m. Mi-etlnc of Ihe Legislative Council— IS noon. Netball match at St. Mi ehael'it Girls' Hrhool between si Miil.ul. Girls' and Erdlston li.inin, Collnce betinnlng eg .vo r m. Basketball maleh al District "A -Police vs Barbados Retiment—5 00 p m. I .n.ii.-.ii — Heeond UlvKiou match at Bank Hall between Empire and Harrl son College—5 Him. Police Band gives concert at St. Peter's Almshouse ? 45 p m. ( 1NEMAS Cilabr •Citto liMIH'><'" ., % %  [The y'll i).> ii r.\trv lime .~~ By Jimmy Hado \ "Pop-i Per* ^E-POP-RASSum^f /// //// f'ott,AIL RWHT^" JOPS PR05uEM f ^GAlN?CAN I PUT THE ) 00 /WEXO-I'LL WASHOWTOGfc i C0W3O/PICTURE ON ? -^~ A LOOK AT A V HJW.POP? HUH? PROGRAM HE WANTED TO SEESo FOP ativss rr By GrrnNG A SECOSD $ET FOR HIS CEU •••OR OOEB HE S0LV ( 00 >OU MIN0 IF I PUT ON THE T CULTURE HOUR? JUNIOR HAS J w covjooy PICTURE ON //**,> '. SET UPSTAIRS-— /< h "' HERE'S NEWS! S'lDplIrd %  PERMANENT GREENRED, GREY. I1LACK and SUPER BLACK (Heat Resisting) I'll,, i.,. 4456 Tim o/ Imperial Mtaturt Agenls WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. NOW I A eniiiplete. iiH-UlclllMVe Insiirice coTentgjC for yvu aMUtflena gnd iiilliereiill IhOtOr Xi'llieleuritletl III tingle one-cost ignd low wail policy. \.. bnghigag firm, grhethtr operating i tingle gftnlor or .1 Meet ol them, ogn nfford t< 'Mirv leaa proteeHon limn ttug |...ii, v asm grovlde HM nggd lhj pgv| Be MIIV font biwinem vehielei nre inauretl, KAPKLY iu1 Kl't.l.V b •> one-eosri l.li>i'< ommereinl Mhtor Veliiele PollCV i-UHWd In Leslie, allil written i eour Imllvlduiil n Il>l us I ell von gbottl It. Write, phone or Jhetes a SISCO Point /.-r evetu purpose . SISSONS BROTHERS 6. COMPANY. LTD ri\i. %  %  HeweB e; id. T j. SMI. caatn H.I km. ... %  ''"' I 1 %  ass Hardwar* c, J. B. LESLIE & CO. LTD • INSURANCE SPECIALISTS HIGH CLASS TAILORING OF ALM. KI.XH.S C.B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTO.X LAiYE W//////.V////////.V//.W.'.V///.*-V-V.*/,V,



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IW IINKSDAV. APRIL 2S. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THRlJ Labourer's Death B\ Misadventure A YEKDIC'T ,,f misadventure m rvturaed to %  iimc in.in Jurj when tininquest 'umsuncr* surround FUIHNGBOAT Peggy Does Xot Want To Leave The Lower Green Obit Mrs. Inez Vordc I'lslllM: BOAT "H-HETTA" JV capsized and lank at about FIFTY-FIVE-YEAR OLD Wil 7 N %  lock yesterday morning u lni BIKHOI. known a. Vtti\" ta tlM -l^hing ctt ownrrv. has been car par* ••anil*. aHeiuLnil in iliKw n i c: „. in P"* 1 *' years. ..pcr. ami when Pen?" Ursl .. Ire '"'. Everton Carter and Ivan d „ ltm wotk a , h ,. a>!r „, „ r ol Home.' Taylor. '.'lli-ndar were In UK water tor „„„.,, ha llvlm mainly b> deDEMERARA LIFE GIVES SCHOLARSHIP TO U.C.W.I. labourer Michael. DM f Hindsbury Road. St w ' %  o ary and another ..I <>n the nav nidi" hunu eight and .. half "" oi rHMrtal thai death aerat al Brat and second crop ripe fractured afcuM and cane*, the property ot Carnnatun change. "Peggy'" -.till eon tinned •cident M-128? _... March 25 hicv,l A I fhe poaf *ns ilue t.. ihajjc. Harbour Police IMI A LBRTB O.; ANNUM _., t!firi^ii l £* tlM SJSBM and bead lo ihe south. The Police van tame and "><* trwtb* Mortuary. Cyrlisl Recognised He recognised the cyclist a* I man called "Statue." He took tin bicycle U> the Central Invei-p:irtment. Peiw Mason 5R-vear-o],i labouier of Milk Market. Si Mfc h —L said that on March ? LRERTHA <1 Ft ANN I'M o Long Gap. Spooners Hill. St \i c stui lhB especially during Michael, was taken to the tieneral X \ M war wnen lvrcs wIMl wncf ls Hospital on Monday night with wt re jtolen and gas tanks tapped. Injuries, after being involved in "Peggy" was extremely useful an accident with the motor car p,> vc anu ,(,,.„. a ,^> m piaint one* M-M01 along Spooner s Hill "Peggy" was on the job T^WELVE-VEAR-OLD Marjor.c "Peitt'lold the Advocate ttt. %  : day last of Mrs. Iner Forte I leen in good heal'n I KnROKTOWN B iM-ip at all Umn and hi-i < tulsMan example. The funeral too* place at Si Margaret's after a service at th< Pilgrim Holiness Chuich. and that-* rites were perfrirrried by Hex H. A. Mellor in the prese n ce of year*, id representative gathyear* testimony %  Inrli -he i I.I Iheu i let tiMi n t %  Ccllege of ihe Wot Indies caadntala selected b v Ue Uni^ ralti autsMi itasa Called the LXiiutaia Mutual Life Medical Scholarship, it will ba v.dued 1300 a year te Wight said there we Wight said -here were Maloney of Cave Wood, Si alWKit 3.55 p m.. he was sitting Mu ha el who was treated a nd din^T" !" ,^ „ .f P under the lamp post In Tnifalga Square looking m the direction of Chamberlain Bridge. He saw "Statue" coming up Broad Street riding a bicycle at a fasi rait • Ith his head down. He rode from tin Public Buildings and dime through ihe Taxi stand by the Monumen: Al the ..ime time there was an oncoming motor bus going froui the Upper Bridge to Broad Street. charged at the General Hospital e ,!; b *' n for a wound on her head which she received in a fight at a dance at Bella Gully on Monday mornim;. died at her home yesterday morning at about 2 o'clock The body was later removed to ihe Public Mortuary where a post mortem examination was performed :y Dr. A. S. Ctlo. An inquiry Into the circumstances of The cyclist rode the bicycle dea'h will be held at District "A right up to the front right side of on Thursday. the motoi bus and fell off the bicycle and the back wheel of the <-pHREE VEHICLES were mI us passed over the Mcjdt A volved in an accident along Reuben Best a lighterman ol u-'airen-. Road, St Mtchael at Chapman Lane, St. Michael, said about 1 o'clock on Monday that on March 25 about 3.55 p.m „, 0 rnim( All were damaged but he was sitting at the comer of the no onP w „ injured. They were: motor lorry A 55. Albert Springer of St It would hurt his heart to go to He would %  .it?" r park attendant Creat Change ll l l\M BIGNOL ll.G. Concerned Cher High Price Of Imports insurance for ftfisinrssmrif WAlUtTJVGTON April U The \ i ittd Btati • low la toaura A %  inii) to Con !• % %  by lb • i frlemll The guarantee cow i the lakln K if property by lotalitarun to v •rnlaintl which may come |i •rnrer in at y Marshall PU • rountry by levolution or militai %  Oejqi i • But 11 decs nol coveWl < dafaH* "i bualnai —Rriiter gmts >ffer sponsored S Co-opeiaiion %  aata to %  na to invest in condition* to the scholar %  attached to ofM n 1 etof, % %  ." i >•;' dub lo roturn to Bi n. and ser\-e the commumu in the tltor he has qualified. SCHOLARSHIPS The UniVeraiU College ol the West Ind %  ihe award of ihe roUowtog kentrancc Behol \ • n : %  \ i i .. B and R. Moore (Bi %  E N l^ni lltritish Ou B Vi.ki'i i m Rodney Otic Saturday The f,.na.tian NaUOJ %  hip l-ad> Radne\ ,11 UTlVt 'ft It Wll ... Bg f,ii SI %  I %  British C Every spoonful gives you -^P^sa** more and more energy and f it ne s s 1 a ipoo-'i of K#plr gi'SS yow %  rich .uppi r of MBMMta sad D. f> Thewviumin, jrt naiwrs't wot nwofbri, | heslih nd freedom froillness. • Mao, women. (hiW.n-.ll iould Start t.k.nj tasty • Kapler* ic-Oor KEPLER' COD LIVED OIL WITH MALI IIIRAU %  V BURHOU'.HS Wtlt-QM. A CO. PRODUCT • • WoAiMfSjrSi-IMH. CatkH'tta, Nl-b JB GEORGETOWN, B.C. April 2*\ _. „. _, British Guiana's Commission I T&mPH AgenU are great 1> I over the steadily increasing prices Department has inlorme.1 him that Lhnmtierlain Bridge on a bench He saw a Deacon's Road bus romo down through Trafalgar Square while another bus canvOanvn bahind >'• After the bur M-128? passetl him he sau a man riding n push bicycle from the Public Building's side. He rod.' tha bu-ycle betow the lamp post in Trafalgar Square with his head down over the handle bars and *.hnrtlv after he collided with tin motor bus M-1287. He went lo the man and raised his bands and saw that he was dead he will have to work at Churre o( tmport.-d good Village from 30 a m until 4 3*) Referring lo this al the mnlh p m with an hour for breakfast annual general meeting of the He lives at Grazetie*. He has onlv Commission Agents Association in one foot and one eye Ibercfoie the CUT on Monday nflemoon. he thinks that he would need more Association President William than an hour for breakfast if he Maurice Green said "The close of la working at Chuivb, Village He the year 1V50 saw the beginning lost his foot while jumping a Pail ot rapid increases In the prices ol as n schoolboy ommodity goods based largely on To "r^ggy"' the Lower Green sharp advances m the prMai "l is a paradise t n whait was In row materials. Since then, priceIfllO Al that time he used le continue to rise steadily, in some look after cabs in particular, as %  * %  u *** unknown within there were very few car-. living memory. At one end of the Lower Green Result of l.r.n nnm: could These sharp increases Kidney Trouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights driven by Aioert apnnun wo*. - U n r n n,i h a %  n., romSj 1 and drivSi bv at the other end. The fountain "lament drive foUowing the wOd "%, C Wchirds ol Miie" and which I, now situated on the g*** "' Quarter, St. Peter and motor cai square opposite the Public library. *" was formerly in the Lower Green T 136. driven by Leon Bonneld ''Peggy's" last words lo the nf Vaurlusc. St. Thomas Advocate yesterday morning were The right fender and running "I would like to remain In the board of the 'bus were damaged Lower C. Fenders of the lorry and car were and t hav also damaged. ... I.I.. .•„.,. •*..4l.*l.lih.. "1 ttlltntalI'.-, IK Lou ol In.f.i ami t,.| „|,| r,. .,. KMNI r-. % %  .. ,i,r ,,, I xtjat. ur,.. :.-. A-I.i,-tar* ron i %  iSTuA 'L"' / %  .".' %  .:? •< la>t th i '-.-pno-v aaa M h'-li" 1-*JH";r-i[. ,,.„ %  i i.—i .,-.,„.,„„,,,, J-Wllb mnel lastl -* Mato K.dneys Dakar's W. T C rito^tS'tUraaafar^ •Ha a l-iltnr.ll. pr.p.r*d p, r Jc>*UNo Benefit—Na Pay K3? ISr. | k i Cyst ex; faan li .' \ "5" '""" %  M."S Cm %  totiaraat *.... tNiuMATitht ecn. The ear owners TO U sall7and iittle"relief r 1 become very atiachct lil.n'ni.: From llfl Cheater StoutC from OH accident had occurred. There was a man lying dead on th road and a motor bus M-1287 the the National bus M-1287 told the property of the National Bus Co., tcajrl that on March '-'" he ,, the scene. He* driving the bus. He left the thai ihe driver of the bus Probyu Street bug stand to go to Cbattor Sloute ot Ivy Land, SI Paynes Bay. While going along Michael and the number of tb Trafalgar Square In the directi.>n bicycle which the deceased wii of Broad Street—the bus travelri(i in3 al the lime of the accident without prejudice bv M-8916 _. .ml have had a most harmful effect on the general price structure of almost all commodilieAs a heavy importing country. this .;ilii.itII be foreshadowed in view of the fact that major manufacturing countries are already producing war materials at top level. Indeed, according to the National Industrial Conference Board of the United State*. 1981 would not witc h moic of an expanded' of output in the United States ahata' ith the United States industrial ma. loitering with intent to commit china is already at its peak. a felony on April 14 on Bolion The same appears true of all Lane, was yeslerdav dismissed the great industrial countries. LOITERING CASE DISMISSED A case brought by the Police near the scene. He found charging Winston "Waldum •' Chelsea Lane. St. Michael De'ihi "A" Police Magistrate. Mr. 11 Nile* appeared on behalf of Walriron The Police said that about 12.30 a.m. on April 14, Waldron wni seen loitering on Bolton i-ane near the ofllce of West f*. Indian Suppliers Ltd. Whei -(C.P) GROWTH pa pel April bout ten miles per hour—he -uddenly saw a cyclisi who rushtd tr> the bus and in the meanThe bus was about 29 feet and time he applied his brakes and aeven inches from the body of the pulled awai to tha left aide Ol man. Later the bus was taken ti the road, but the cyclist had River Road where the brakes alnady struck the rbjhi glda ol frara Uatod and found to lie m the motor bus. the pan near the |iooci outer bonnet. The man then fell off his After thit ... bltrcla summed up for the jury who nt mn t time he could nol give sheet were tilled The brake;, of the bus were without a deliberation returned a a satisfactory explanation news taken from Eiigll-> tested ami found to I-in good verdict of death by misadvenUire Mr. Niles submitted that there jnnmalB) Oetol>ei l. m..o. oidei. PoUca Con.Uible 445 The inquiry was conducted for was no evidence bv the proMt-uthere arara i.TWdail) neW'P'P*" Lionel Austin, attached to tha (he Police l>v Sgl. B. Forde of tion, whose duty It Is to prove in the United Stales with u total Trail,i Branch at the Central the Traffic Branch Dennrtment their ease, that his client had an circulation of M.i-i(Miu. aorUffwru Station said that on March 25 hi while Mr. J. E. T. Braneker intention. He said that then'were lo the trad* publication fchtnr oniMniimM nt a report, he asBnl appeared on bahalf Of an Itatatett Just mere suspicions and that wn" and PubUI The first American ne ras Issued as a weikl> o 1704. to ,i Boaton DO I .died the Beaton New After this evidence the Coroner asked what" he was doing there Letter, nnd l-ilh side:; of t i~ Mtigl. summed up for the jury who nt that time he could nol give aheel were tilled largely O Trafalgar Square where an ed party not enough lo eonvlci his " vFOR QUALITY I & WM.ii... J MILK STOUT EDINBURGH SCOTLAND BKKFAST io\irwi\i; MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS IIM.) I LIMITED Ql t\777l lYAlLAMLB sniwt.xs in IISI i ins CALL AND SECURE YOURS QUICKLY ALSO HMIIKIHIM TILIS ( "•;;r T. UDKREKT Ltd. sr 1 It A II. ItiM-buik sirett aggl HapBjlM Lane FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME Oli as hat a Hvtiutif'ul Morning" """^y k&v*& # T HE belt morninfi UIIISIIT ••an ihe algbf hofor*... wlih a cup of dtlicioui 'Otaattaa' BI kilnmr. I'l"'i'" how> tli.i therr It noihlng like Ovahinr tot foatcrlnc lhai mti.it. re-toraitve sleep which hdpyou to awake with new energy, new confidence. %  bright ot eye and light f heari. Remember thai 'Ovallinc' sleep uime in a pcrfcctW natural way, for 'Ovaltlne' Is madr onlt from Naiure'i hne.r foodi. Product* of tiir IJFII. Onittaa' PantwaM ihr liigheai *tandar.l< '.>r tht malr. milk and et_> used. Make Ovalnne vour regular goodnajht beverage. Ii costs so litlle— ,t,i. after u real Good night's Sleep! Ovaltine t7/ie HZrldb Best Mght-cap Srtd \n *u1itht ttn> I* Hatband and i* rsa w alliaf to^athtr between May 1.' and Jl> 15th can obtain HrTUlIN l.ektrs tolha eat* ol %  ONE way lere plus anly SOV Fomily Trostl Plan return tkkaH are aood 'or thirty days, and el (i"i children under rwetva vf* *••' at holt ihe ad fAmr r*AVtt HAM ton Coll I W IA lor full ialo'-nation ond leek tARLY. BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIBWMYS



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I* M.I I ill K HAKBVIKIS \|P\I.I III Wll>\l-l>\ WKII -'' I'l.I BARBADOS $*# ADVOCATE r_4— ~~=F. 1-*--i F*rlntd by IM Advora" %  ns *l„ lltMminw ffWmili> April 2.".. I9.il 4.1 rims THE problei i.i ge and proper sanitation ol i i BridgvMwn is H ial publie Tim lacl ifc.'. n ; the nutters in the City .ii.' f all kindi into the gutters which .ire not Hushed often <>r ngutarly. Cflttetsm in tliPress has been aimed at rocofag public attention to the fact that these insanitary conditions could have been %  voided and even now can he remedied by the public rather than depreciating the eflorl of the Sanitary Authority. The construction ol these gutters and the careless attitude of the general public* %  Iwhich contribute; to the state of affairs now regarded by everyone as un%  atlsfactory. But they can be removed by an experiment which would cost the Government nothing plot* and would save much energy and expense in the effort to keep Bridgetown clean. It has been sufigc.sted that instead of the • •pen guitar there should be a cement circular gutter With an opening of about two inches at the top. One side, that nearest to business pram Inn, would rise a few inch. %  Bhova UN other The other side would slant at an angle of about 20 or 30 degrees downwards from the camber of the road surface to the slot over the gutter which admits water and small particles of refUM which would be carried nway by the amount of water admitted. It is suggested that if gutters were constructed in this way, the water and small particles ol refuse would find their way into the gutter but the fruit skins and cocoanut shells would be unable to pass through the slit. The slit would he wide enough to admit the handle of the broom for scavenging and the broom itself could be inserted at the man-holes which would be conveniently arranged at suitable distances. It might be that the services of the engineers of the Highway! and Transport Department could he engaged in carrying out the experiment along a few yards of roadway in the City. This would afford an opportunity for the general public to see wlist is needed and for the experiment to be given fair trial in an area where there is greatest pressure from fruit skins and refuse from business houses in the area. If there is any desire to keep Bridgetown as clean as a City of this importance should l*\ than there should he ready and willing co-operation not only between the Parochial Sanitary Authority but by 1 he general public who OOUld wreck the entire scheme and bring immediate failure to the experimeni by persisting in the same careless attitude as at present. The public will realise that this co-operation is a duty on their part. It is they who will benefit from the increased revenue and employment which come from a good tourist industry and Barbados can only persist in Inviting strangers to her door:; when her streets and her City ore clean. XO MEAT ON Saturday last the butchers In the Public Market staged a strike which deprived the public of meat. They have .signified their intention not to supply any fresh meat until the Controller of Supplies changes the Schedule of prices. But they add that they are not seeking any interview with the Controller. No official itatemenl has been made by the Controller or any other Government Officer and the general public are still left to wonder what will be the result. It is understood thai negotiations are underway and it is hoped that there will result some satisfactory solution. One unpleasant result of the strike has been the refusal by iiawkers to sell lish at controlled prices Tinprices have now been put up because of the shortage of fresh meat and the public suffer not only from the meat shortage but from the black market prices demanded for fish. The MacArthur IftalKhoo Don't tie Vooletl tfy It! L. Hopfcln*" An J for •TO to Pre*ident Bjestnsav HARRY s. rpi'MAN. president <-f UM I States, may have muilc infi -lake-, but nu one <'t IIH in could be anributsd to lack of mb HU %  i. li.r (.i poUM \\nvd for sacking) of GenMscAlthur required courage of Olympian proportion* This is difficult If not imp-i-sibtc tc •XptaJn, especially here in this country, where general?. SI* rlaOTOUSfe kept in Iheir | The fact that MnrArthur's position is unique is not due piiniitnjv ;<. bll admitted bt.! s.ildier II is due to his deliberate, prolonged. and position to policies laid down by his Commnndor-in-Ctiief. the President And that applied to Franklin D. Roosevelt .... fl| to Ml Truman CEYLON AND AMERICA SIGN AGREEMENT l.ilrmnil of C>' ill HI r ; t'-'.T | pjf) .i•ue ...inI under S*t FWii null) ratified. Till: ONLY TIMF TIII\ Mf;T M Hake M*nd in o. ,., %  „ UM M.-. Trum.n t out half H4> aero** the PaeSfla to SSSSI \mi1.1 ihp> were r,,,.,,:, i (o her* FeaeSMM romplete imm h : n the r.tr Hast r-iiey This decision I was an obscure civilian I might I'PSK'I HIM Kt through where others of far The record of Mai-Arthur's ingreater authority had failed. He subordination goes back nine gave me a personal letter of inyean. ImmednitH. it.: Pearl i"*"" i Harbour. President Roosevelt. Mr. %  larted "My Soar DaagU*"— Churchill, and the Combined n d H expressed the "hope" thai Chiefof Start decided that pnperhaps the general would find Offt) lgiven to Hi.SfSfl in lime for a talk tt-.th me. Kurope. that Hitler must be beaten There was considerable doubt first before the waging of ull-out whether even that letter woul war on Japan. ** But it Oftd This decision irked HacArthur, tived me most and hli resentments multiplied Rti,c '"*'>' and as hwpil..bly at when his former subordinate. w powlblc in shattered Manila, General Eisenhower, was selected W [J5."". .. arnw *'. JaDan *c sold to command first the operations II know Eisenhower out tM %  don't think much of him." II h;>%  • >uspiclon that this sen'tunent was warmly Ike.) Wlun I : ffsahtssjtti %  ind reported \ the Presided' what I had heard from MaeArthur. Roosevelt said Wistfully, "I *lh thai he MWI< ••inriimr, tell some ..) them things U me." %  %  for Mai-Arthur* great rnistllthrg %  ,i soldier 1). COCSdoi ... campaigns in Now Guinea and tin were still lurking in the ruins and Philippine* to be msstetptecei o killing when they could. strategy of improvisation am I had some three hours with the daring tSthtraL He talked and 1 li'tcned. ._ %  "? Roosevelt niso knew Iha I was enormously impp He seemed lo be the most fluent U II f the English language that ,imc> *' ml ht have Impelled hull U i had -v.>i beard, with the ineviisbU e\ t i[,tu,n ,,r t; fj.s Exposition of HIS IDEAS My prnuipal job was to sound i his Ideas for the future government of Japan North Africa and then the mass: invasion of Northern Prance, MacArthui saw Eisenhower getting the bulk of the arms and man, the ships end slrpl he craved—and he has seen th" same situation aaveloplDs. aaala Throughout the war, he plsadsd his cause through all the elements in the U S Congress sjld PtSI I most bitterly hostile to Roosevelt. He bscairu the hero "i tin(solahim out tionists who were eager to dismilitary credit the President. oftor victory, which then seemeil Itnoscvclt did not undcrrato very far away. I needed to ask MacArthur's prestige He knew him only once. that disciplinary measures against He launched forth on a most this spectacular pcrsoni I'U.'i I I.e,I !. the Baentan ->f th,. Navy (the late James Forrestal) to BO 0B a .-.pei-ial mission with the Fleet in Ihc Pacific, However, favourably as I was d With the general, 1 was dismayed by much that I heard from his staff. Their utter disloyally to the the Chief of Staff of the Arms', General Marshall -eras. : hocking. And I was well aware thnt they would never utter | VOTSl, asptclaUy to %  itranger, that was at variance with MacArthur's own private opinions. One general said to me, "1 When President Roosevelt hear,! fhank God I don't have to asrVS nf tha lie sent for me and instructed me to make an effort to get to the Philippines, whue MacArthur was then lighting, and try t.. e the gessnfal H<".wvclt. who was then about to leave for Yalta, told me that it was extremely dilucult for Washington to keep in full communication with MacArthur or to know what was really going on in that bridgehead where dictated or Hu the raversg to \ %  the truth Nothing could have delighted Stalin and Co more ihan to have Jnnn.iii. Achi-sou. and Marshall yjSld to the urgings of MacArthu and his idherents, and eonimit the United States t %  i %  l.'.nd of Ea.si Asia, That would bavs meant, America, forsaking all others. Including Western Europe. It would have meant ultimate. abject mirinder to the cynical unperialisti in the Kremlin. tears ""''-* Truman stood firm A hv a g" ,n! "> that, and 1 have enough confidence in the good asBSa <>i my countryman to baUava thes will .support their President. People here in Britain should not forget that there is anotber highly important Al by ilnd Washington, iH'lu-y decision is British Impel lalists Communists." 'We tlon't ftra A DAMN" Wiule 1 was in Manila Mrrespondent told me of military figure In this confuse: %  report that the Americans in picture, and his Influen Oennany had artapUshed .> pubUc opmloji will not be nesTOU the Rhine at 1-gibW. ,'markable, mysterious I US high-rankinp had beari a nt out, and often MacArthur refused lo see them KI lues of "pressure of duties L Sofn f 11 %  svan refused chief of Intelligence cheered Uiein admission into i:i vast theWilloughbv professed total egam atre of war pleading -lack of ignorance of the IttUaUon m The title of this Ml HUaUB| faclUUai %  Burope. -We don't give s damn "rhej lake (hi The President figured that sineBbOUl thai Ihcatie," he said. 'We |, %  ; Qamagan. in the current Broadway sue i went unmedistely to get ecucess, c U Mo Madam* 1 there !* %  ilrmation of this momi-ntous news u song by Irving Ilerllu that irom General wlUoughby. who brlnga down the house nt everv was, and s is, MacArthur's pcrtormanci it ir. inplaudsd snl encased again im Water Treasure llmil LONDON. The Royal N;,v> latest research ship—H M S. Cook wlU sail into the Atlantic this month on a scientific pressure hunt. And the all-Important it will seek is water—a particular kind of watSf rich in the chemicals vital to thriving fishing grounds. The fchip will contain naval hyri-ogr.ii'hic n ,, i the ocean's !>ee extended and important seu-food supplies steppedup. %  • treasure hunt will not !• %  as easy a. it sounds 1*01 run water that the Nsvy has i>een asked to find is not on the surface. It has vanished. Twenty years ago, fishing grounds in UM baUan channel and northwestern? waters were full of herring, mackeiel and pilchards. Then thetr numbers i.i decrease. it has bean ihan ted that the plankton, which thrlvi on water 'nil of phosphates and nitrates, dllBppoarcd t„ i.iusc this ull-iniportant water may have "sunk" Into a huge ocean bed gullv 200 lh of Ireland. The Royal Navy research ship iii sal] m quest of the "grand canyon" on the Atlantic floor where wab r-that-taaas the pUnkb n mai be iulden. Sensitive Srho-sounding gear will reveal (he general contour) of. iiie'uhigaa*'d canydl type of soiMging lei new III grab minute sampirs of sea-bed mateii .1 foi .. lenfiflc examination. It is hoped fji.it the research will lead t" new technique! In Br/Hain'i %  —I N S \ Ol II III AIM IIS SAY /'<: %  /. I nr f/ovSes To The £di'or. TUe Advocnf,— Bfri n • hints ipacC m your a letter appearing in your Issue April. Under the title Help Warders." "Chieftain" make in appeal on behalf of the Warders at the prisor I would like to draw his i the fact, that on 16th Ai.gust 1949. an address was r.ioved b> me, and pascd bj ihe Hoaaeff Assembly re L GovamUK-nt employees for the %  recently Ijeen In. f.'iinc l thaS the Dill which will ... ing drafted, and will soon be [lai-cd iicfoie the Legislature, %  tain, relief Is on the waj I am, %  far, Your with thanks T. O BRYAN > %  p I Tudor Ban 11 April :•: %  CIvuil'T flrit/jtrtouii '.To the Mtor, The Adooaal SIR.—i should inglad ,f nu would publish this small addition to your "Cleaner Bridgetown" Campaign, oiuSSpaei of which has. I fear, been uvcrlt>oked. I refer to the present "method" of disposal of refuse on the Princess Alice Playing Feld. The uibbmh is at pnootri dumped on the naward sdaa of the area in question, and then is destroyed (theoretically! by burning. But it seems a pity that the Sanitary Inspectors, win with officious vigilance Investlary nook and corner of privately owned yard*, do not •eps to improve the sjnte ol affairs cm the Reef. Jh-re. fi ,im huge piles of moulflcrine. refuaa, %  few tiny curls of smok-' arise, surrounded by thick masses of flies, crawling "'I disgusting heaps of filth, and then dispersing, to render hideous tho existence of residents of CnaapI Upper Fontaljelle. Only in Barbados, Of course. %  i>oen spent on a Playing Field which can scarcely be said to llvi up I • itit iyal name, and on %  Pavilion which is s.i.i. tr. it avei used foe its rightful purpose, pass on the tint rimmed :'. breed In the uaspsak* able refuse dumps. Surely the is entitled to a little i i.nMilei.dion. For all the good tho so-called playing field is doing, th,. money used on it could far more profitably have been fan procure some form of Incinerator, and at least the surrounding OUld not be plagued with files, as they are now "IMSGVSTED 23 4 51 Ri'pittrtttiiin To AS Hkor, The .Ideocale— sir \ %  rotci i rself, would you undly allow me lust to make %  few i* marks, through your columns, with retard to the Assistant Registering Officers and their grave difficulties, handicaps, and a huti I read 8 to time In your columns. %  with pointing which demand tact and %  whan they are t> mpletad: bui i do no) igra s [hat the) must beai the fabutn and icorns In aOsnoa, beesuse thej in it hu should alloM iln uublic I the truth ruaoV J arsta n d, that the method properly advertised. I cannot agree with th.it the public was told about it, even al the very Housi what they should prepan one does not read or try to live in the modern days, as it la said. well then who is to be blamed? The next point, son.. seem to think tl il thev had been registered %  lread] in the past, and what's the use of re-nv [< That point. I agree) es.pl.mat; Ql e• %  I think it ( a very difficult task on the ARCS i! they have to work all through the week, on their daily routine, and then have ni an extra rt much nav lo go on nl indavs tofo. I. B CLAHKE, Bridgo, Apul 21, 1951. AUTOGRAPH SCRAPS & SNAP ALBUMS at (From Foreign Agriculture) Recently the Government of Cej If "standard general agreement for technical co-operation with the United States" and tlu-ivby became the first nation to aatab U g h formally this KlaUonsilip frith the ( '<• %  ment of the United States under the Point Four programme. (The Point Four programme aims at helping the underdeveloped areas of the world and was first outlined in the inaugural speech of President Harry S Truman in January 1949) Tho event is significant, both because the agreement farts a precedent for Point Four working relation* hips and becau.se it paves the way Fof international or>operatlon to raits Ceylon's level of production and improve ils standard ui Living. Article I of the agreement says that the two countries will co-operate "in the interchange of technical knowledge and skills and in lelaled activities Mcsintied 10 contribute to the balanced and integrated devel opment of the economic resources and productive capacities of Ceylon." Other articles of the agree me nt pmvide that the two countries will keep their citizens informed of progress resulting from the collaboration; that the Oovernment of Ceylon agrees to bear a fair share of the cost; that liting technicians from the United Stales will IHextended certain considirations, in\emption from Ceylonese taxation and other diplomatic privileges, and that the nl will remain in effect indefinitely, union ether government gives written notice thai ii v. ish.'s change or termination. Ceylon, a small country lying oft* the southeast tip of India, achieved independence m 1948 and in its new status is actively Iiym to improve ils economy. Agricultural improvement is one of the principal aims, especially in the realm of food oops. Ceylon historically has been a heavy exporter of three "money crops,*' tea, rubber, and coconuts. Despite having rich agricultural resources, however, its production of food crops is low. As a result, the island is loiced to use about half of its available foreign exchange in importing such foods as rice, flour, and sugar. The Ceylon Government hopes to brini. the island's agriculture into better halance by encouraging more production of food ciops. It plans also to carry out a modes! programme of industrialization. Increased food production is expected to rotull from putting more land under cultivation and from increasing production per acre through improved farming methods. Ceylon and the United Stater, began to collaborate on the country's food production problems even before the formal Point Fou.agreement was signed. In July 1950 thv U.S. Department of Agriculture sent J M. Thnmason, a veteran agricultural extension worker in American rice-growing areas, to Ceylon as advisor to the Ministry of Agriculture. Mr. Thomason has been working actively there since that time and will bo Joined by other Point Four technicians from the United States. He reports Irom Ceylon that, as the agricultural improvement work goes forward, it is basically of BR I lament*] nature and close to the needs of the people As an example, he has cited the following newspaper story from the capital city of Colombo, herewith quoted in part; "Simple domestic pursuits which would accumulatively increase the national wealth of Ceylon, if evecy rural rKtrneatead adopted at least some of these occupations, won ad vocated by the Prime Minister. Mr. D S Senanayakc when he %  rlrtfTOTtld I rally tal young girls and farm lads, at the Inauguration of the first officially sponsored Younj Farmers and Landgirls' Club ai Ketnadeniya Ambepussa. The rural hamlet in the Prinii Minister's QOMtituenc) was astir from ai early hour yesterday for the launching ot (bis novel venture in promoting a love of agricultural pursuits among the young people in rural areas. "The Pnmc Minister chose to approach '.is young audience as 'one farmer to another. He swiftly dtapeOed the llusl nilll lfill farmer one bad necessarily to have broad acres and vast herds >>l live "He pra rfeii e tl to Instill in hit youthful listeners the idea of every rural homestead being made a productive farm by the adoption of simple and inexpensive methods, all of which would help to fill tha domestic exchequer "If the thousands of rural hi dotted all over the country adopted these I simple pursuits and sought to rehabilitate! themselves financially and to secure selfsutliciency in food for themselves and others, the accumulative national wealth, he believed, would be many times the tutal of the countryV present chief money en rubber, and coconuts.* 1 Advocate Stationery ^^^--5s5i5? ii vKt;;;;siii5ini^ MILK WILL NOT BOH. OVER OR IU R\ IF VOU USB Ol'R : SAFE BOIL Stand "SAFEBOIL" in pan before pouring in required quantity of liquid—use a medium flame and the ; i" 'my safoly he left. I isv in |\e. dixy lo (lein WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. ThHMi : 1172 & 4BS7 \i.'.'.'.::'.',;:;' r ',',:',;;:-.'.'.:'s r -.',:'. ;•.'.'.•,;;'>::'.'.%'.',',';,•.', When painting your property, whether il be a Building Furniture a 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.-AgenL. W,fVAV>W//W// 'St***.'.** ****s.'.',: *. *',* II II II nu-: I'ltltlll.YS toi .*•*•;#•; UNMII Htm* In tins Picnic Hunt ltunlrr-* Sausage:2 mites. Xl'im.i MII-.;;I Luiwh Toiuun MMI Putri Vail Pa-jits Salmon in Tins Osttea Liver. %  assess] Hiddork Smoked Kipprm Danish


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WEDNEHM) APKII M, IK.1 M:\\ ( (H SOL MEMBER TAKES SEAT: CHANDLER FOR U.K. FESTIVAL %  D Chandler presid |j turned ;'' %  W p "i j .a 12 noon. %  froi nExcellent) '•<<> %  Governor, Infonntng the Cp*"* ""I t>wn pleased i.> appou able Mi. K E. Field to be provisionally a member of the i' tuncil. The President instructed the Field to the KambM hi welcoming the Pratt. Ba> I H (haiwll.-r %  >f the members of the Alad to congratulate I 1 Field on his aptil and to welcome him to that Board In the pan! (he I %  %  %  ...... %  setting help from the Senior i IW Officer when they la amend any Rill and since he had taken Ins place an 1 UM COUB* %  him lit.. . .„. |n the Ihr II,.M f y rield said he k 'lie Chairman for oma he had ace* The iionhir the Cilen.nl lee. %  ' %  '-I message from the Governor which referred t i the Address of the Honourable the LegtslaUva Council dated No28. 1950, neon e the Natural Gas Coriought into opera, •flail should b* made to explore the possibil.iv ,,f | sev tlemci.t with the Bill ofM i mpeny hy meam lite onv ini.i >. message staled %  lo the eotapany early In December ining under :m s the company would aceapt the lease and that In dm I .... t that thee not prepared to reopen lions. BARMAIXJS ADVOCATE lit TinHouse ) vsterday 4,ooo EM/GR i \ is w ILL ASTHMA MUCUS GO TO \MERH:\ u* !" t? !" \u* m r i i %  > %  • from pa lr i ran Govrtnmrr.: paid u ll m ,. pana Th.b.-,i t|,.„ , %  e %  timrnl lo • U non.vla.vs_u, M of Ihelr pasnacr up and pan of ,t .... M ><'""n ha. t The Govrrnment ate considcr,„, mo-Murals of Ihr passasja of Ihr :: _,"__. _!„. „J_^! !".."!. •'}.-". "•" -" '' 1 -a* IH1 portal mic-rla i i i Ml ana i in M ..,.; % %  . I 111. %  %  „.. •: Km % %  •'*i irad i arork m< rely to n inent At the short spare ,.I time thi Resolution had bt he had endeavoured to mak" BOUI %  a-ata mptoyasi tvai working day for the 12 weekwould make approximately %'SC Mff week or *3(or UM parted the -1.000 people would therefore them to pay une-lhVid.'seelOg that "''! %  Pr*.n.ately Ihree million this work may be ( Radian dollars during the •reeta If the work lasts leaser •*•"• %  • %  period of that B 11 ,0 rnight be nece**arv to a*K the a" 1 1 "'%  'east One-UUl more than on, "" %  third. Hon. member* .till ft none* at %  ,n reason for this as I go alon. *| U_al the worta %  P.tiw, L.M He would remind hon, Bam. •we-thlrds of the return piusa* I'.r.l tlm. I Ihr II Prut _?_. """•"'< '<" %  > prtibablv'did not 'hr -hrmr would ro.l llir colon! nord lo be rennnde.1. lhal • whei, around $180,000 ,j atoun.i 16 on <* o, ,. r_c <,.., B,_, ,„„., HE: %  " dirncull for us 10 lucceod be arm bark !_!iK?_=S^-Jr_ S____-"* ••"*. cr.wl %  %  The Al !M nent i A-.1I.-. ... no longer pa.vuiK 'l Ml lal rnuf• tnai ir.Nenf. rhtfe m -Mark. f Hrnrr-htn. or A-tt-m. n.I .our llrip n .1 <-.r-r t n>lhfF t-J? i'f 1 w'" 1 "rlna ataffDACT) Thl r_I m.d^tBkla no) •rnli. Injorltoa or •prr.r. bat wor** throiifri il< Wood, ih.i rMcnini is* '.tine! and broncMai igbM Th* flt.i (ion frl. n-lplr.( i_fur ImmrJi %  • ••IT I wars: 1. Il-'p. Mun in< rtm Iht^li atr-nali-ia. imwin : T'-,n proinrt-. frwr rtn-aiiMni •n-aa-our leBi .r.rf...M*i f itMp J Hi • Ili.\nMr ( wharlk. i g>4i'_ -.i.i.rti,,.T m..-.r b*A a_tni<--.i oat atMNDA -' He was always TIRED NO FLEAS ON THIS DOG.. ir.tt.rM r i Hi lUflraai W k I %  ^lin. Kith thc*l „f %  . %  ... %  %  %  Utpwayi and Tr-n-ti. t Th* (!(,, %  -rti.-ui i M ;iftmtttealy high, but they could make „ bagUinlni here and in the lljgl %  T the IOUV'TOJ and the eoai to the empl • ,h '* I from the Bahamas. Bci etc.. than from Barbadi if he |KHple from' Drparlmci-I of ri orul anolhri li>ni Ihr a* me POSTAL PACKE1 RATES FIXED %  lav %  i ,,,., • .. '"* r, he would do Thai was why in the past if,., employer hai u I ba rB1 J ned w,,1 > i order that iha island might get qu .,t*i ol workers. He was saying that !„ cause ome people whet I m the newspaper that Jamaica ling ihree „, %  %  sands to the States, weie onK • : % %  erlUcuai Ihe Qovern ment It u> not. however. Ova tna I.\ eminent had %  It wnulil i, utinn >esteiday fixing the A mrr, n employer la postal packcm to be ".'. worken. from -la to IION F. r: FIEI The Unii lie i| ie Colonial Mad Ihe fnllowhi>( doeumentt: — i Public OAteri Loan and i Allowances I S 1951. %  %  (Amendment) Order, 1951. 3. Report on the Progress of tM ltiirbados Ifograiiiine u< Development for the perio 1 March. 1949 to February. 1951. 4 Barbados Gctteral Hospital-.:.i Btalejfieni of Aceounb for the yaai tndad llat at March, 1950. 5. Report .f :). Customs on the Customs Revenue Trade and Shippitii; ol I r-.r the jrear isitf *. Report <>f the O for Development and Well..n 1 | Wi It I f UN %  ''..I IBM was tji The llun'blr It Clullrnor pn hfl Select both chambers of the legislature 11 Id onlv then be giving and repon %  BUI Intituled at Mr Rock his due for the good Act to make provision for hobd; y. ., rv i,. Cs he had rendered with pay for eni The II i Dr. 11 G. M. -i %  i the report of tl Commltti o tha Hill 'n provide f<.r the reiiiilation of Public get .... nea V Barbados. Mr. M K fox 'Mexican Oared that her < %  *<. lid not permit her %  large numbara; there* fore, it war only Puerto Rico wh< wt.ulrt be offering serious MCflpgration point had bean raa ch ad there, n was out', the WaM Indies from wblch could exi-vt rail HI) to i.. %  Hon F E Field was born In mil. lie entered Harrl1 Ui ue in IU'20 and irriained there until 1930. He studied law al Middle TemI ridon and was colled to the Bar in June 1933 and in August the same year was Introduced to the local bar. In 1941 Mr. Field went to the Bahamas and stayed until 1947 when be next went to Nigeria atas/Jng there for thinMr. Field Is >he son of Mr. II A Field of Brighton. Black Hock. MI u H p ,. Unltad Blai In Iha mind ol tha honourMintrlas In order for this aollgri which i* ecnitvalenl In Die kble aenlor membei for si joatph ; I;|I "; I 1 '• neaj its ..hhgaewrt of Uvnaportatlon to Jamali lo tha tlTcel that Ihr Opn u % %  ', %  ; M ;;" "•' %  % %  L-nivei will ham la M s^vancad bi u w I aliva to the rweaaaitj r... vl i? 1 M"!?"" >" due course the cost of repatn., vmi K ijtiuii Ttte Ounoaituui'wna rmitTMion lo Ihe tune of half, he loxDayrr wu ISZSBJZT, %  n.lljon doll,,, W,:„, hkc.v %  ,., i ;,.',',dr,;','„', tK ", c %  H bark, If the worker, pay purl th,worker, of the colt i.r tranaportalion .1* \J S.A pntpoaed, 24B.O0O." || Then MUSCHEN brcKigfi. a happy c.iange AfttT-aUffTtng frui onmplnjnt*. tnt i l-ll U-. I, -,! % %  ll n 'lorcxanc' Duumg P.HVJ.T .. g-ininu HIH. k a potcnl killer of Ingact pests on domestic animiK and pOURr| H B ptcasant and non-iinunl t.< annul er user. %  %  %  1 %  i "fh: I tla.IL %  .] UU joy of livii ''L'p to a monin *t .. I h*-l ngrMl coal ana m kldmv %  1. %  :-i %  %  and 1 ganarall; %  mny renn. i,, iimti I ,trla, la four WMI IrsnutoMtisiioT) it u gaunt in •.,> aJira The ktdnovx an the ho mi •Ittgirlah.lminiMblood Mnani and (ht *+<\ of half-a-d. >r 1 l.>H.ui.. 11. 1 .;: .' %  POItllli.Hl n .Ira --aa. —-..I •>|-I.|IIMI Tht>n "Um. (vctimen a to) again Give K1 %  ui 'LOREXANE DUSTING POWDER IMI'I HI ,1 f III Mil | ,|.|HHM\( H ll< Ms, I IMirill V s BRMIIN 1 SONS iHVKHinos, IIMIIU) %  %  %  J%  Hal BJam %  %  It %  BJ %  l O 31 O la i: \ I' a sic M H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.tributor.. CM fOI 0< H'fi r. Ilx New Rates lor Air-Loiters Ml of turn party l-i reporter that ever coma %  ', 1 %  II %  %  ... King the air i lettei '-M into RaooluUf "In short, we i --'X w,: r :'i„;oi5"w„,,u„, face up to ,jvm,r l ,ho wheme as (lion m.ii T* temporary relief to unem%  i.vw in* 11 ..,„„„.,.. Tl Ll li 4 i ;, u :.; ;; ; ,nM ;;' i l ) i ; i K pay pan of the repatriat raport 11.inappuuitad l eporl on tha Bill I Paotlval bo thali re| raaantatlve it the Ptallval 1 1 Britain. The Han. Dr. II O. Maaalah the presldenl. much June I. 1951. Mr M. : Dan ID moved the paanng of the Baoolutloo. Ho Mid that Article 5(1) of the Postal Convention held Ifl Part in 1947 provided that the coat ol conveying a letter by air paid i>v maaiu of %  rnaeia] al mall lea >n %  ddltlon i. tha normel postage i.Lie A, the normal rates %  yment. Indeed so many persons were tha "Government will h... e ^'''l,'^ ""J"" A",'""' F S A '"' to llnd $2,10.000. Another thing Ui !^HST^ *P take Into consideration is Ihat the "!'' K \' '"" "'*'"' Hi U,s ln lhrtl Government might also have ,.,'"" kl ,s l ! %  *' th-ir own fares get this amount again if next week It would be true o say thai > the United States asked for mort aJJ tin. and at all seasons paopli men. nrara arJdni lor %  arManca i< 9M "The Government under Ilia them into the U.S.A. as pereireuni.stiinees (eel. esp.-cially moment lmml| I mi ttiey havi ,i b> a num. In eonsidenng Uug l0tM The.lon-ble.lr. A. fl (-to pre*J JUTKH "* lh S< to aSfTtha President U> %  Ihrw his name lo \tc piven as their ,l,1 l a .ui-. n-, a.|.l.i.rriUII r,lt(3 a • -—.—.— -. ... .cpect „f Kmlfn countrlo had '*:', "'' !" i'''; h -.re ...iio,i, i„ tor, ,,,.,„], MjAjn uld si und mind v necled therewith:— Tha PicsKient Instructad tl".* Clerk to have the rc|ioris prmte:i and circulated. The Council concurred HI l"" 0 the expendltura of unapant nuni i money to be ui %  %  Ud one to inovide additional Bcccanmodatlon at St. : : i. fl capacity aa Prealdenl of thai %  %  .uncii. he rrauld be ible h> represent them with all the He thought he waj vofdng tha feeling of every mem In i the table than •then ha said they WOUld be idad to have him accept. Hon. II. \ Cuke a-ii^ of the passage, if view ,,f dollars and cents Tha in the Air LetteV iVfte' fT" ,at lf ls onl >' fmr Io n ^" *• *'*""'•' h '"'^ '-' *eW4 ppportunltj hid been taken to ex KSf tan, 7 '" P**?? nl1 lw | %  a", 1 1 '': ,,,v --eniplpymen tend the Air Lettei Sen ce to th. l 1 1 .' f ""' "' x '"" %  "-'"* %  '; l;,,h !'", k P*** '" "" %  Hawaii Island! money.' The whole mallei WII, the i-nd i.f ever er.,p I second The Schedule lo the Resolution OTC !hal ftff nad lo v '"' Si '" u> '\ ll,l,v o1 UM nnmignints through UV-. money they eent back. Thirdly. %  '^ lahle sum ,at money the motion for the passing of the wmi) ,i i*. pilt „ ltt circulation and Resolution. be a benefit to the entire cornHe was glad, he said, that at munlty. last they had u ray of hope in in recent months, much had getting 4.000 of their people t %  bout woman l>ring S'.des While it wai true sent to the U.S. A as workers that the number might be small, and some hud actual!, bean be ''it ihat with condlUocu in the racjataced for that purpose. world loday as they were, the The honourable senior membei workers might be asked to remain (• St Joseph had said nothing longer than expected As a result %  bow this prcsBosal. In rnna>the Island would gel a gieateg S^f*" lt P uM '"" ,a,r '" "> ,„.,„.,,, that the Government bad IW in Mr W A OTaarferd (O said ->tion to send women 'vie r-"^..,-r. -w ., ll.... E ,:r *al at Its highest level THUgTaJ? !" to * ** s A in June thli Rudolph Dunbar, world famous '"'-n was of assistance mm > %  > COrsdUCtor and leading authority many points of view Iha) no on. "• "o|reti irat in fuiur. onat. whan he returns n>u*d question any reatonabi. ,, ,''' ,, l ' r '''* n /'' ,l1 1 '"* l !" t British Qulana h homeland, expenditure in order to i %  .l'.. p r" 1 In Mav 01 .1 >t At its lowest level, it • Atkinson recorded rnaraly as unemplo* Plaid also bi the British Oulani roller. To took at tha mattet rrern M* thsi Inn ai I l : 1. in which he played that level, the imamploymgOl J7tl3|Bnn1 in his I 'i luatnm in Ihe eolom M.LMI ftl them' II te flown to the ramp south grave that they wen Only last week he h y to be received by the ,„ expending any iea-..n.ihle opportunlto "I amount of money. Very often Jamaican who was a mei governments were compelled t< tha lagaj ffdemii, .,, %  pend huge sums on unproductive g> On r i I Itig \V I'lcomtAwuits Diinbur OBOROBTOWIf, B G.. Aprd 24. big welcome. Ulcludloh iil.m nn op|N,ii. lt ,n., .,( U.S. A Thenvi re work which could do bettar H in n • lad the passing of legislation to provide Mm with n :> similar bMll The Han, J II Chandler, nay ihat Mr Rock was ippotnted i BRONZE STATUE he NEW YORK. April 24. B i %  end to the elty • \ew Yoik a bronze statue of Jose Bonifacio de Andrndk Bllt Brattlian independfhtr Chandler! was nnde ence. the New York CitJ lember In his experlenca Corriroianonar, R t. Mr pock nounced — Reuter. )f+9i ** to'>to9*QW > W>9*ttto M &*9>tt***0*W'SS>**A BMI-HOYS! Mainlain Ihe Health .,' S \ ^ fl your animals and preft vettt Disease with X RANCH BRAND MINERAL I SALTS n iin vir.x.Mix n #/p*r B m t Om Stork owner. MipplemcnUnR their feed with % %  ftanrh" Brand S Minerals know they are supplying the finest quality minerals 5 %  %  balanred for rarh < lass of stock. 0 HMI.IIIS I.TD-4H Branches Of the ptpulacP. to all jppe.u:niiless warmly than MacArthui in the Un'ted States.— (C.P.) t LXVLK riwwi cleans everything smoothly and speedily Thvro in a mazdenfom fa VT haviIhrin in ilia* folloa. ,nt; St. I.. . AI.I.II-1TTK C'olton i i IVach and Wliilr mitl Nylon in IS-urh onl>. Sii ; :I2 lu :|H VARIATION Ctitlnit in Wl.il.. mid I'-arh Siira : :12 In 10 STSSPLSM IIIILU-TK.IIT and MAIDENRTE in Sulir. ind I.arr and Siilin and Nylon. Sija-% : :12 lt> 38 evtiy type Figure Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, II. 12 At 13 Broad Street. .*.'.',',-.-.--,-. ',',-,*,*,•>-,-,•,-,•,*, LADIES WANTED To know that we are busily cii...i...il in npcn.it", DRES8 MATEBIALfl ol Ml duineripUonj tor mi. BIG DBE8S MATEB1AL DIKPLAV which is si licdu led in heyin mi MONDAY 30th April This show lias been % %  ,., ..-d with the co-operalion of our numerous (l\erseus Miinulacturers whu hiite sent us COMlgMnnnltl of the Hues! t|iialii> ami asM.rlmeni of PLAIN. PASTKI-. FU>KAI.. and PRINTED FABRICS In SILK, RAYON, TAFFETA, SATIN. LINEN, CAMBRIC. con.IN. PERCALE SHARKSKIN etc. clr.. suitor* lc Irr any unit every ircusion. In short, you will huve tinsame oppuiinuitv of seeinc a repreHnlatlva rauur of DKISS MATERIALS at N. V. WILSON & CO. as Ihe folks who will nllenrl the 11HITISII INDUSTRIAI KAIR IN ENGLAND and hny Ihe pick of the \trirlv al lowr.l possihle lirires. And here talent i— is nn iipiiorluii'iv lo n.l.a ".mid your To every 820.110 you spend you will heroine entitled lo lie asked the origin of six different MuleriaU. Cpoii corrrclly unswering four out of the six. you will he ihe recipient of a DRESS LENGTH of your own choice FREE Here we ftva you an idea of the origin of Ihe materials on display:— Czechoslovakia. Ilongkong, Japan. Ireland. The C.K.. America. France. Italy, <>ernian>. Ilnllaml etc. etc. And Ladies, don'l offered ihis opportunity N. E. WILSON & Co.. The Cltrn Modern Slnre carrying Ihe most modern Hi. % % %  Material.s for discriminaling I.mlnl>...I :*.7. 31, Swan Si.



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,r. six BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.V I51 IENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY 1 At .-.£•... %  E-^UE A -CWot?*. AX>0 KUMT'.. Tf -K>J ~\E TO \ ABOUND ON TLIi BiT-jPOt-D O^ ?P %  %  %  MIIW KA1LL NfcvtR. F.NO A MORE GLAMOROUS YO U! nio'-l beautiful MM 'i %  H M) BssTa' F*rr rwudrr to ri.han.e their Inveli nr.v Fallow, their lead and ** %  • nr'al a difference the rich! shade ui fit. |,. .M.I.I rut make la your <>.|ll|llr\i HIM Mr. I•W 0 %  W I T*^ ^ ,. H-w> will. Bl.no of"'""*. %  ** %  __ ad %  *. "** -*** -*• • %  •TO In vur vriM Ik U luxira •" %  *•* %m 4 %  u. •wnni'a ... SST 5rai-ri- _uo r^ "-i "";' %  .(BMa H-l % %  *Oor Bettor bUO A -\•3* _•}- — • % %  < %  unia, itn.i itm ',*-**.**.'.*-----'-'I SACROOL %  ." < POBIira FACE POWDER i\ 6 LOVELY sinnrs S ll Cam Vonqurr > yourn alo .; SAVHOOL in \ on saltat \ \ KMI.IIIS LTD. | •; and all other Orua Stores $ V/,V.VA'.-.'.'.'/.V.VAV/.V.'' IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPEOAL offers lo all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only Quaker Oats (Pkgs.) Glace Cherries (Pkgs.) Vegetable Soup (Tins) N0W USUALLY NOW • Tomato Juice (Tins) 37 32 32 Ovaltine (Tins Large) 1.24 1.08 20 Velvo Kris (Pkgs.) 51 III D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Till: ADVOCATE y/*.V///M-,V.V/.-.'/.'/.'.-.'.V.4'/.V/.v,-. !§ HAS Tin: KI;M BOOKS i.\ io\v\ 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 I ^^^v %  v>^^v/ %  ''V/.^^^^^^^^^^//.^^^^v,^v,v,•,, AW FOR BETTER COOKM1VG PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES CH.IOWlHUTtDTD ^V ~^>lc I ' UP THIS MWNIN&ABMIWNG'S UELJETrE*iBl] ALMOST SET IN TOE WATEB-V OVER I T'v..'.DeWitfs Pills ."* madr ip-cullj lot BACKACHE LUMBAGO SCIATICA JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS OUR GUARANTEE T-f Witt's Pills *n-Kir under -tnrtly h\-eien rondply right away. FLORENCE m* OIL STOVES AND OVENS PE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney, and Bladder Troubles (ITY GARAGE TRADING (0. LTD. -*;•,'.','.'.',<*.*,'.',•.*,*,*,:;*.-*•.','.'*'.



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I'-VlillUIHS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. 'CLtPHONI 7S00 For Birth,. Marriage •nnruinMi-ivi. * C.rt Fh.ll. I In|i(inH -> t M HM %  MlUantlvwd. Toimacavh > .nltpn, Jill for *•** %  DM I' ml I* l*M Vgggrai iDaughtel rou SALE MMMMM (Korg••* Tl MU aad -undo v r 94 WOMU — owo* a* %  %  "! 3 mil %  nord MM-< eortia a ward JMf" At'TO.MrtrriVE IBM Pnrd I" h p km mile.** r .9l-*i r SB : IN MEMOR1AM %  • on in* Xnii ,>i Ap The -hurk a* T-J1 lhe hlu seter* —r IKooghl that I tell The pain nl parti Ever in h* retmini..• Ai.it*. MM II SI In F.lfM \IIO.V\l | MM I Srv'l" |BI %  %  Jgf Excellent 'ml olTcr Phono 34 M .. TRUCK %  %  %  1MB Pord V-l Truck In ...On *ith tt engioo %  .. tl 4 si a. HI III.11' SAMS IM IH II MITKIS T*i *r-,M a*r iffoia liar — .f.*k a... ra real* par i*M llaa o* waaft-drk* M It <*• p* aoara h-a M *.adiv. •"" %  * paOCMIO ha* on luini nim-iim ,^,-^a |1 U en waak-oU.i •" %  •"-m*. iti-gl |l II M stork-da.* tad |1 W aa ^iwddyp " UN on Ji m da f I OH HIM RF.AI(STATE matmKtcm i. %  %  NOTICE nffk* 1 % %  i NaaaH '•Mega p w tl frui • .IJKI t* Word* — • % %  *. I •>! i ml for V, monlhrroni May i.> iMh October Beoaonabl* ml far careful lan.M Apply C. r.ndrard. Dial *T1B I I. VNtK". HI* r.tu> PIRSO.SAI. %  OLUVAM lagg t*ahi**> .* I do no* holtt myself laaponubla lor I I Starting aB In m ".n onl*a •> a •auUou ord.i r *-£ MOM La.-!. S' Michael. Pr.da, ri'. LA Ml >l P mani Wood* Mar %  Hood M II PaMa n la I ..I Lind * NOTICE rTKNITl'KK MALVERN ACADEMY i in s* n i i < III \r-itii %  a .11 TAKE NOTICE IDEAL MILL nan Itardttood Alia*. Cm* and Rush r.J"> Chan > %  Cl US T". with hand JUT .ling Sim.. H %  .:.'..(II % %  I', ir,.. raw MM and I r.-.'l.-... i.'i'i) oi now and second I a.m. lo %  daI -*rvan(room lho ran laker Mr Bet moor Done.. i e Competition al our offlii Stroot. Bridgetown. o„ Piid..y Ihr rth April 1*91 at 1 p.m. CARR1NOTOM A SEALY. %  %  %  %  %  %  . K Hurt. <•" * 31 J M II .. The idtUo JIhorofefr wamod ad>oioura. Karly hooka. Uapa Auto f-aphs *1C. M Gattlngr* Anllqua Sbot •djoiolng hoy*: Yaobl CTub THE Ml n INC 1 V 1 -t.l.i undor and by Stato ol St York. L'I Ainorlca. whoa* trado or I M 1W. Eaat 44tl> S1r*ot. ] USA Bl...f-^.,—n 1h* 1 11 ..111. V %  %  BBl I |M Tbuilding o ...i I0O. .ilao Fir* Tho Old Ico Co Print* 1 I l-n r-alrtrarton .il %  irado .. -Aol R**ior In roaport ol lubatanros IIWHI .* rood or a, ln*T*diriiti in loodi. ripccially prodiKli cunlalmrii: rallk. an IT. I thl. I6(h ,,, ,. r A[ II WTLfJAHB. TAKE NOTICE :&ti Tha Tin: NBaTLI %  %  it. i and by virtu* U 1 Slatr ol Now fort 0 "A" oi I .. I.-sd lit gN ID] ; %  --1 .. %  April U lho moanllm* II r*gl*traOon. Tl %  **n on %  Mil**) l'i'*"*" i mv oHic* ol Apul IM i win iv >T '•! T'liO.' I'lT Wo s. THY lor A i a Pr*sh Ship prim John D ii.. i. ,. Mra 4 SI—grt SHAnr.B 4 '>|Mrt|iir Window Shadoa— l In! IJrMH)^ Appl* !< %  lho 1'MI-I:HI Dn-a Shoo, Shrphcrd Slrrtl 33.X3I—Srt i • portod 10% -il p*ckaid and Alton 11 md ii i niM So* -Your V IlrLtma . Co Lid IB 4 Sl-o YACHT %  tllBBBIl IS i S krol. *** i ipp*ri D-claoa. norond In Yarhl Club raw. E A V Williams. B C Paotorv 4 SIIn TANULIN -.In.!* at Boachmont. M %  bodruomi. Child t*n now IMMB, Kit.hr.i. I... %  -,:. aj %  i.nhod Pi* li\ap*riii>ti jilrair Irlrphon* 3gJ^. b* rent in writing to IB* %! %  .. %  Strrot. Bridsotown. II 4 SI—dn NOTICE I rultrraon % %  ML ha*l. %  .IIII*II should *--i tba latt. to DaKd thl. ISUi rt.,% ol Atvnl lli I UM UNDLR THE SILVER HAMMER l-OVI A HMMI LOST DN THI'HSIIAV %  Otian unift I Saltrr. hd. Plrctrr pi %  . ... 4 .. ..nd Tw rod ad* nd I CBl %  iVltroltlO Topi i %  I nrnl W"d Coll" fI ii I. %  ... .1 I Md Rofrigrialor Top Drok. Cong>.i.B>dX*Bd i. ltd Bpiin. Drop |l -nd b*d. %  % %  %  i.nd othr Urn • %  %  being pi BKANKIK TBOTM VN I Au'tliiopr A CO, TAKE NOTICE TAKE .. i .. mark in Part i % % %  auppl'mont n I %  111 11.' .. .1 tl ,iT-d will bO *ntlll*d to r**Mrr th* tarn* all*r ono Apt II. I'lM. %  inii-ll. %  • ID .i-..il'.al* lo me at mr %  -al-trelton. ..! %  .i-ation at Dal*d thla 101S diJ I HI. 1 Ull 1 1AM*. d*' ol April. Ws. Indian & British ',-.'-','-',*-"'•''' -'-**' %  —"'''-' REQUIRtD s.Mi.n'ni oo i' in; i %  %  %  i v 1st Murlaage OD Freehold i sPort-of-Spain. Contact Ycarwood It Boyce, Solicitors. GREY HOUSE Church Street Speifhtstown TAKE NOTICE ML I Nornj; COMI'A-. rorpor.lion organlfcd ind rxVling % %  . %  %  . %  %  i I i i i In looda. IT ontltkd to irn II. IH1, % %  %  M %  in.i i IKIII u M|H kMi.nr. LTD NOTR I. U IMrrabi p* n Ih %  %  E*PCUtor li ,.! Ihultr. I!. ....... 01 a Boar* Crrtlfifi. %  JOOi jhar*a No. 1MS4 In la. ItU 1*71. .nd on* hundrod 1001 Shnrrs No. I743I lo I7S3H l.u-luilir ti.i.d Mh Pobruary I*L1. in pla. < %  boon UM • I >nd rot drpoillrd with .ni .iid nolle* it hrrrb) iv*n ih.i unhin N th* dot* h*hMl if I", .'aim :• rrpr*s*n. -u oriainal Cettl%  %  irh iippllt,. -I •l.iNTII oi.iiiifc room*. 1 brdroonw. Pkfetrii Uchl and gas Initallrd All mod**" Prom May I ft for lutthrr particular. Dial Ml4 or 4M 14 4 SI 4ti I UIQI IN, la1h.h*ba. I... Mrhl, bill l.H R-l* ISCIN 1KB. with ..lHllly to im Mi* h..v* lound k.iowMidg* ol lran.mlll*t | ..nd *o bo ablr to aril .• v rll . *ngin**r mdi.t arh*m*t. Travel -..pot turn tin thro-igHoul Corlbb-an and Onltal Am*rtr.i e.ist Ablllf <•> VltM ... lottaoa l imporUnt Aii.lv In willing t.. H D. Bl*wa.t g Rncturor .Carlbboan Ar*a> PMLtd, 1*0 Boo loo. Barbado* Ml SI 3n sill I I hold %  %  %  JAMEB UHLBB. *i H Pel n in nain* unloaa kg g -ni'<>i kUfVffl KaOUTAM Th* ptiblw ara Mti I„II. ...i %  % %  %  %  %  %  or Pf !" ,. i do .-ol hotd 1 ny i-m* unlew b% a v l l & M KD a LA SHIPPING NOTICES then proorrd to deal t tlon lo. a li Itv ordc. ..I lho Bond i .,( Apt.l. IB-SI. II V.I! II. ..ti. .i t TAKE NOTICE NESPRAYT1..I T11E KESTIX COMPAN1 0*0. II oidnni'cd and ..i-una b> VHIIM -I th* law -.I the Btalo ol Now Y.-.k. Un*d %  '"?' ip irad* ot bioinrn %  l,d !" I. 1SS. Ea.l 44th 8lr**t. N*w York City. USA. Manulaclurer!. ha* applied lor .. MI of a trad* mark in Part ,3 HMi.t.r In raopoct ol .ob-lanooa a.*d as load or M int*di*ntIn loodi. -.pedally prodocU containing n.ilk, and will he mlitled 10 igl.l*r IhO oam* •ler ..ne month from lho Mth dav Of April IVSI unloaa oomo poraon shall In th* meantime alv* nolle* In duplicate lo mo Hi my oflle* of oppo.it rrglMralinn. Tho trad* mark ran b*> |.pliratln at mv oltlcr. Dated Ibtl l"th dav ol Apill ItSI. II ".11XIAMB. Begt'trar of Trad* Mark. UBd< ,1 Tilt. M I I 1-. %  %  I ind l> %  Ai-riki. vi. i. s \ M factun %  • produ i .*m* allot month lr.n the -l-i ..... ..1 Apil WSI. unloaa som* p*r*n tM maanllm* mi* noUca In dU| %  Mr* rrgistrutiiin Tli* ion on ..| iprll. ItBI. n 1 ,'i i -i Small Lott0fl On siock Erohange LONDON, April 23, Tlic nottit upward nwvernaal i TinLondi u stuck Exciiiinf* a rovcrsed today. Small lotftM I'IMIIIIwidcBprcarj in many secpultiCA] uiiM-i i.nnty followed the i, i ,,i Ilul.mi s Minister uf U.lmur. Ancurin BeVBD Stive f.iv..iiilUs. Ineludlng tobaccoa textile* industrial %  raj pence •lie reeot SaUtni pressui i %  iiitt-.i in !.<• LlghL looda ol inch — • %  •• %  i.1, i. i i ii(."i, i iiv Nil f*tlN lliili.h Uovfiiunenl rtockg wag* %  Ja.riv noDNBY narrowly Irregular. LADY NEISON iy ilrmnoas in oils v,... LAV I"|.N>V ...I %  nd the%  action dosed with ore;. I %  K quiatU tt'in I-. in tha foreign market, Japana %  KM %  i uj ii,:: ..i S.i. i %  hopes of iKiymi'ttt ol I account itaraat, ground \-i.i rig on the racanl —Rr liter ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CX), BAaUMJ I %  '! AMHTVBDAH Ma •'HECtBA" Hlh April IMI. .UNMl I PLTMOIiTB AMD AMsrr.BnAM MB "(tllANJWTAD" ItU. APH 1>. -HUM. io miMI.AI. rARAMABIBO ANII I.BOBIiHOWN B "HIMILMA" lh April lrsL niTTICA" -So April IS1 vtiMM. TO TBINIIIAI1. LA Ol AlA I I HAt.SU a*. ,. VN\"H>M nil. aai %  "' H P. MUSSON. BON Co. LM. of Apr.il II HMMIY. GOT Iron HI. i -link of tLSCTBOPLATtD WAHI; Till: i \ IIIVI i >ii'oim i \o I III The manufaclurers tf Ice desire U> notify IhW an tad UM gaiMn] publlCi thai owing it> ihf d COtt ol piiKlm-tion and Ihc H.HVSMIV for p;i,Vnienl of increased wages, the following puces on Ico Will apply from Tuesday. 1st M.r \ Factor) ot Depot |1.0Q par 100 lbs. Dalivarad within %  radiua limitad to tha ftmr mile stone on Highway I, W a ran •' q nar on Highway '!. Watartbrd Cornar on Highway 'J, Qun Hill Road Cornar on i 1 ardad Hall on Hi: hwaj 5, vVilday Junction or na\ ii. ami Disi.ns Town on Highway 7, $1.00 pai 100 iii-. 1 ehveied IteV.ind >i 28 pai I'm Lbi the aforementioned limits Canadian National Steamship -i.i i limn M> LADY ItODNEY IAHV NBLaON IAIIV HOIINEY LADY NSXStlt! 1 iwi ItUONEY NUIlgMtM IADV Hi'liMV ft.lUal li. Apt 10 Mi Ball* n.,.1.,1. %  a April Ha* %  11 May %  -" 14 July is Aug Haiti d ni %  %  ,, M ,. II Jun* is jun 14 ,. 3 July ..7* lulr I .MAUK. I N n Subirol lo eh-ngwllhot.1 rortko bora. P-sawigot r.roa and lr*ig"l A.llY*" Jl May 1* June 14 July 7 Aug. n s*pi Arrlv*. Atrloo* St John H.UIa* 73 May 14 Juno Id July n AoK Mimtic"' M M.r r, cold rtorag* cnaraGARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-Agent.. SPRIGHTLY OLDSTERS I NI>ON. M\ Mr-yoai -old laldefroom, Henry Jex OaUTafXl old bridi uver the Uin %  pprovad style after tot I if r i OIL WELLS Tin nthan or this record number, 8?28 plomtory wells. MAIL NOTICES II Grenada. Trill i rinsed at Ox ,. . tbtvr ptopertY to be MITTlTlll.N II : pm on Friday Ap.il Tl. :i at JOHN M BIAnO!*-* taugna Buiidmg Oroy li !" K with a dry I ra ..(,. mi. i TAKE NOTICE LACTOGEN T-i.l nil NF.STIE COMPANY. INC %  %  and bv virtu* ol the lawol the State of %  siat*. ol Amoriea. •rhoa* uailr go lni• ISA, K-.i 44th llieet New Y.irk I .m ha* applied for th* rrg' I Irado mark In Parl "A ol Register In r**p*rl of siib.lonc*. ilrod .-,< lood or o* ingrodlontt In food., e-ptcmlly producl. containing nulk. and will 1 to r*glMcr th* aame all*r one month Irom th* J4th dn ol April. Itftl unl*si aom* poraon ahall In tho meantime fivr nolle* in duplleat* to mo at my office ol oppoalllon ol fuch roglsTh* trad* mark can M *1>Y MODNBY melal Po*t OITk* M PU*BJ| M.il a.M Raglitarod Mall at 3 .,Mall at 4 pm on lho I IWI MAILS lo. st Vu cent. %  %  N i .-.V I a nd %  ill b* rliard at Ml Parrel Mail a' II N.-.n. Regi>t*rod Mail at 1 pm and IM p t IBM Ratea of Exchadge ippll'Blinn at I D:*i' i offlrr loth Bdgi.ti A April. IPS) If U'lUJAM* ol Trad* M-ika Il Ill-Si OIHIM\l SOlVtMRS, < lltlOS laTWaXI New Sliipment oprnrd M a.iii.. \ i -. r v.* Just Received FRESH STOCK OF ... DOBIE'S FOLK NQl'ARE Vr.l.I.CIW A PL'RPLE TOBACCO 202 ft 40: UM C. CARLT0N BROWNE I Iii RiM-hurk St. Dial 2S13 Mholrsalr & RrUll Il'Ugtflit UM %  a i iDemand Dialt. W.*M Bulht D.'-IU M a 10". fa a io*". Jumuiin I'uhlir Si-rricr \rl SI.U Shunr. $i.:m Pro form.i ,t. mem ol I J.imnica I'I^.IIIB tor tna real rodad Daoanibar id 1950, sutijet I to -in h ad Rg The Minual nutllt by II cnt accounl.iiils III.I disclose to .ri uponi caminga of the Operating ; tod to Canai Ian iii the rate ol S2 91 to U* t. ihowg a tlance of net em nun: i on shares j of p07,SM, Of i lie •ojulvaltrd ol i SI M |>er lharo. This Kimpiire., $1M.T36. t in.wn In the mi ', lata, HflH 'i the ..... $3.0R7f to UN t. 0 kUary, Ji Public SarvtCw Company. unounted to £. r >'.T4i Ln £*.'.. 177 %  ve.nTotal op i.tluetions wtre U6B.879. I M al net ounted lo t\ IT.490, %  '"'ii'.-i hmrnal FuMMIng • %  ,., .| |I HI ,. '"" Von i : .. .. in 1949 Dtvtt* ndi ot MM ... n i--r 31st lotallec (854.91I. Wortina raptta. S550.893 tomnarea with $51. .1 um mm SMVUT %  %  fa* HARRISON LINE r OUTWARD ER0M THE UNITED KINGDOM Hue Vegael From Leavea Barbadoa s s HKKDSMAN London 12th April s s DEFENDER" l/itxiiiii Hnd Aoril ."i Ma s s l'i ANTEH" 1 .,.,i nn 3rd Ma) 18th M u s s IJNGUIffr" Ixmclon lOlh "•> b S DALESMAN" GIlOW & . o.^ I.-., Uvcrpnnl 25lli Apill Bill M') HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KTNQD0M Yeaael For Clow. In n .. i...!. 1 s STATESMAN" LiuOoO 30th Aii, 1 Ijvrriwul "Il '•" %  s s ••SI-ECIA1.IST" s s • %  STCHF.NT" l-.IHl'.ll ll M "V i! Mai i HI: mil. IHOM i;s # % %  ! YOIH ii. xnii ii. i aaat IIISUS Wc Cun Supply You with . 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ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY, APHll. . 1T.I PRICE: FIVE CENTS ^' ||. Comn-.unitt push allied troopi back in new offensive I >ll(.lt AIIOV Four thousand worker* will be sent for jobs in Unite* ttes < KIMS: Vtilei Government in shaky position: new appointment* made 1^1 ill.*. Ninety-eifhi perish in Japanese train fire REDS BREAK THROUGH U. Allies Withdraw All Along Front TOKYO, April 24. UNITED NATIONS infantry, thrown into the breach in the central'front of Korea tonight at the point where the Seoul Chunchon highway was cut, were reported to be fighting the Commu mats to a standstill. Thay were said to have retaken some ground against vastly superior numbers. To the east in the Hwachon reservoir area, the Communists also slackened their pressure. The Search Is Still On 1HHSI HMIIVI MH *ll > %  ! i. PORTSMOUTH. England. April 24. Divers groped about in the depths of the English Channel today Irving lo Hn,i the British aubmarine Affray. tomb of her 75-innn en Aircraft and Shtps equipped with detection device, had made (several underwater "contact*'' with unidentiflci were invc • %  h one. The Affray faded t„ surface after n practice nlghl days agoAll nope for her abandoned iw. Says later. Choppy sea? in the Channel have hnd bach ili'.n, Better weather yesterdiiv II however, enabled than to >'•" %  own The search for the Affray Will go on indcflniuK. f sure *he will ATtntually be. found Kruter Note Join Strike MAimm. April 14 More factory workers Joined the itrika affunsl tin I of living in Sii.ii>. dustrial town l'i was In spite of the (iovcrnmen*. tiltimatur' there and la the big coastal town of San Sebastian, to return to work today or be dismissed. Call Protest Strike ROM I Tile I',.n Confederation of Italian labour called for a two hour strike by State employees UMlny << protc.t against the Government's refusal to grant wage In The strike will efl %  of Piedmont in the noli Fin il i.i in Central 1 Calabria in the south — Reuli-r. Kt'Ueh Agreement TOKYO. April 24. Japanese Prim a Shlgerii Yoshida said had reached a pn.vi'i. ment with John Foster Duller. United States Special r the stationing of Units troops In Japan after tin of the peace tntatj —Keutrr Ike" lit Italy ITALY. April 24. General Dwight D i SuprennCommander ol the Alllea Forces in Europr an day to inspect Italian & the fringe of (lie Irem Cut tain —Renter. lenient s WSH i ported to be moving northward away from the battle! me There were first reports sinee the start of the offensive, of da. creasing Communist pressure, U | .somewhat the %  SSMraj picture of wholesale Allied withdrawal in which UN. troops I were forced to abandon some I rquipment includiag artillery. i far have re-l :. r\ throwing armour battle though cither I • reports of tw > light' rlf propelled guns by ChlneN In the Im)in %  tor. Earlier i troops accelerating day and night assaults, bad made gan.s all along the Uottad NationBODt They exploited a break -tfarougji ''tire and tonight poured through lew gap lo swarai south of the :tRth parallel. Inje. bastion on n end of the Allied line and Yoncheon, in the centre, also erf. Reluming; lo Tokyo touighl. aftai I lightning secret flight lo •. Lieutenant -General :* Ittdfwaj nw Allied Supreme Commander, declared 1 %  major effort by our Communist enemy to drive United NaUOlU forces from Krea or to destroj them, regnrdlc^ of the lurthtr destruction of his own % %  The attack Communist offensive effort yot made ir the Korean war. It has %  yet sttainad its maximum strength. This battle may nrov I decisive One United Nations unit surOUth of Chorwon—above ComuMinist helrt Yonchon — smashed through to regain the Allied lines intact. Communist aircraft came Into the brittle for the lirst n %  trtad. One Communist M.I.G. was shot down in dog fights between 24 S-ibro Mi and at least 20 M l.G.'s over K %  i Reuter. **1 Britain Gets Reply CAIRO. April 24. reply to British proposals about the revision of the 1836 An^U' Egyptian mat) Wag handed to the British Ambassador here today. Usually reliable sources said it stated British prorfflftill were unsatisfactory Hnd .1 Ter proposals. Egypt wauU the 20-ycar-Pact moditlrd — Keulrr INES ILL GO AMERICA On Emigration Sclirme \, KOM two to four thousand Barbadian workers will go to the United States in Junw A Resolution for $440,000 was passed in the House of Assembly yesterday to finance the scheme. One third of the return passage money will have to be paid by the workers. Tin Addendum to the Resolution stated that the Government had been informed that there was work available in the United States for the amount of workers mentioned. Soskice Is New A.G. LONDON. April 24 Appointment of Sir Frank Soskice a* Attorney General and A l I %  : % % % %  l" Ben* ral wart officiall) a niin oun c od here tonight The otliclal an nt of John Freeman': i it as Puritanic/ t*t*j | t. thg ||lfl %  • %  Of Supplv was %  lao made, tonight. Ung'V Thomas. Member of farliamrnt for northeast lanoal ter. has been knighted by King George the Sixth, the announcement said. Alfred Robens. new Minister of labour, has been appointed a Member of 'he Privj Conned — Reutrr. PRINCESS IN LONDON I.ONDON. April 21 Princess Elizabeth at London airpoi: from her two weeks holiday in Italy—Renter ff aw Of Terror ROME. April 24 Exiled Albanian leader port of having heard of a wave o! (error m Albania. Forty people are said to have been executeo and between 700 and I.&00 orrestcd. The chief executive of the exiled national front said to-day that the peoples courts empowered t (1 order immediate executions, have lieen sot up all over the coun'ry linos a bomb exploded m the i Tirana on February 1 —Renter. Europe Must Come Before Asia WASHINGTON. April 24 DEMOCRATIC SENATOR Brien McMahon, Chairman of the Congressional Atomic Energy Committee, .said to0M\ ''':*t il Russia obtained control of Western Europe. the could produce more atom bombs than Ihe United States. For this reason, he said in a speech prepared for Senate delivery, Europe must take priority over Asia in American security. He coupled an attack or fleneral Arthur's "expand the Korean poaalg with a statement thai the United States was not yet prepared fur a full scale war aa> %  epi HI the field of atomic weapon Smuggler Shot CHIGASO, '• Crowds dental the Italian li. I ter tuards on Side hod sho! dead ft Fermo Barnl. father of two children, wlnl realgn I n ents; that the AlliOi of the United St ites opposed spreading the w; and that Pusiia could "grave i-rror and *eri<"us negli ICMB bombs on American —Renter. | cities to-morrow —Reuter. Purge Must Go On I'RACUK. April S4 The pufgM "f the Csaab*Corn munist Party which has shed 175.00(1 DkWJuWl in the past six months must go on "without mercy," Rudolf Slansky ilk General Secretary, said If) I speech published here bvdjB) In a speech made la.-t \ to the Party's F.xecutive Commitlee. he said the Party hat! in the past been far too lenient towards wavering members who loined (Or ooportunlst reasons.—Reuter. Objectors Out LISBON. April 24 The National Assembly to-day made it impossible for anyone who disapproves of the present regime to stand as President. The Presidency is now vacant through the death of Marshal Carmona last week Renter. ABOVE n. a -cnr from the Ho' it. /, A. HAYNES took hi* skt yeat tbf extrate left of the plrturs, CLOSE RANKS OR SUFFER-DEFEAT Ede Warns Labour LONDON. April 24 1 iin.v Chute* Bde, Home Secretary, warned the Parliamentary Ijibour Party today that dete-ul ;.t the next election was certain if Labour did not close its ranks after thi lesiunation i-f Cabinet Minister Aneurin Bevan. He\an. who walked out of the Cabinc over HiiUnn's ra> armament budget, and Ha:id Wilson. Board ol Trade PUM dei.t. who resigned with liim, attended a specially summoned niLeting Workers Stay On The Job BUENOS AIRES. A;I Under the auSPtcei of In* Stab controlled C.C.T., workers m three mall factories here today were staying at their work benche until they uropped from exhaustion. With only 15 minutes off •very four hours, it was hoped to set "world production records" and spur on the rest of the country to work harder —Reuter Mil MH %  Tajketf Sral Ml! J A HAYNES. lullIUI re| resentativo for the %  artall "' St. Andrew, took i gt In the H>u %  %  U rdal evening %  ..in the Opposition. II. was escorted to tho Chamber by Mr. L. K it QUL atnlof repn • of the pari.h of St AnCuTWW. Mr. A. E. S. l.-i O Speaki i "' the House of: Assembly and junior repre %  aontaUvt ('i tho (Sty was Illao In his seat >i slei.i., ii. had it'n ahserit through illness fur several weeks. All other n enibers IK the House were present 11 day with the excepoon of Mr. E. K Wak-otl. senior member for St J.iines, who i i the rick I" U.S. Communism WASHINGTON, April 24 Benjamin Gitluw. one of the %  i the Communist Party in lb* UnJtOd States, told the Subversive A.' Board that he RnM of no in. stance of afi American Commun.ht disoU'ying a diraeUvo from Moscow. He ndUed Ihg Communism with headquariers in Soviet RUW ptlt up S35.000 to launch Ihe I>aH tVorher athe ulRcla; (' the United state-in :*24. Curfew For Children In Moscow MOSCOW, April M A curfew for children ui.l'i 1| unaccompanied by adult imposed by the Mob aj Jffllll In a decree published toda 1 children a re not allowed on thi atreets during school for a yea after 10 in the evening ill In lh summer) and net lllowi land cinemas an. end after nine p m. (10 in th' Tne sale of alcoholic liquor and ha minors Is pun about £9 and parents may be fined about El it %  commit rgwdy or hOOUgJ Publishing DWS M*M"Vhli Kn.H*l.l%  aid .vi-hoi,i BuUtoi . —Rea ter Tli'iugh i>itteil> dtfapj %  .< %  i i : id '-jit.i fl ,.f his reslgnahini speech received from i HI Party In Parliaiinn M'sterday, Itevan stuck to hi-> thi m^ that the arms drive meant unaraployinant and lower livinu standards. Ji.nn Kieemiin. I'.uli Unrter-Secretiir, hi the Mnustei of Supply (Junior flovsriinu-nt ii c notice of his li % %  rtnoi to ie Ign nut the victory according t tjibour members at the I went i Hugh Oaltakoll, cii..natilor of the Exohequei He mad> what ihey describe.! .,n agttlfl •ent address defending h. budd and rebut ling ltevan\ tliargi ^ hut rearmament plans would lead .. ut^employment and lower liv' i | Harold Wilson gave the Com nons today the raaaooa why he l.is Cabinet post aPresiOanl of the Board ol liade In his speech Wilson said :he E .700,000,(MM) Am l'i. trummr was nol possible Britain was not getting i.ei fab ban | •i id'a raw materials, Americans would have |i ,choose between Ihe Dofeno pan >t thin p..!!'.. : lie loekpUGti %  I 'her. Wil^.n pledgol however that though he had left lh< C St h would do < verythlng in in* pousgi to support the Labour Party an Oovernment In the difficult time that )a> ahead. Unlike Bevan, Wilson was applauded bv the Lab-iui nunuannl of the parliament at the end of hi speech Alfred Ruben•: has been appointed MinisU'r of Labour and Sir Hartley Shawcross, Presidei of ihe Board of Trade m m -. sion to Bevan and Wi! %  Ill announced today -Rruler Meal In The Commons I.ONIXJN. Apnl ii rood Ministei MBUI I. said lodny he though' should feel bai Ang1-Argenuna Meat II Agreement a* a whota But he agreed With the Laboie ii-tnUr in the HouM Ot Common.ho aid Britain minht havs gi aottei barom, but i^-. %  I UatlO n j aft bin as mie i. 1'inkl. II. powlble regardless 0 lie |H lee After the Minister had given n immary of UM %  graemont, a Ci nservalive du %  poaiilon cheers by con il that the price Btetned % %  S Um mote than lhat whii f< rbb refused in Itecen.!,. %  — Iteali tWKlClS Mil.I. IIIUMf m %  YOl t: Di i .'-' %  m i Da rontoura, Brarihin Iflhistaf lor Foreign nd in a speech hers Hi .r ihe 21 American repubie live up to the obllgOlloi common defi HTeirtcn are agreed to under the ) —ReaU.-. "Bomb China" Is Dangerous Policy WASHINGTON'. \ irtl 2* world bftnUabla gulf had stretrhtwt b'Democrat leaden In • Senati Senator H<" nerl I*hman. fon Ognafai'i v..lo-day ulTuck ou" Gener I rr democrat Governor of Nc nilMtafy and poUtlacl ftMb Douglas Mac Arthur's "bomb York, assaulted hai i • <•! trie Governmant I China" policy as a disastrous" Eastern commander'' il the Commander-li course Ukely to bring atomic war "eglreme and dangerous I President Truman, to Oie United States and the free He told th. i .n un—Reater Meat Talks HONTBY1DBO, Aprfl 24 Anglo-Uiiiguavan nival ntgo ttations optned here to da) UOdtl Minister Lilli Ih.nne and Hume i Howard John Bdwardi •vbo lad Uu BriUsh Meal Mission in Arg< M ad ie %  lo lai and rip hanged rlth Howard befors the ulks began. —Rruler Prince Gets A Horse 1:1 DKM A1KES. April 24 Prince llenihard of tr,. lands raturnad to Bup tixlay after Matting ChBl '\lgelit|! %  presenled Barnhard Srttll an Ai %  gerttiue bffd I —HeuU. Injustice? QUEQII Kn-ni d ,, toi Maurice I who arrive*l hen today said ihe i nlu I Btati lid tall immenae InlUatsca*' in denvlog him totrj bacauaw he signed -e Pledge — Itnili.\ initial w Is iarbadi %  |lt4 00 i' %  amoue.l uill \i"'irnl n .*d 1. Oovernmeni Thi i i thi Bawd Present indlca %  a ill be full i lot batajgaii 10 and i" 1 Mi li. II aVftSM th) I of th gr to put all Hie I.i. %  IM-IOIC In HIi bi antployed 10 or It t aafa Me i . roll, however, thai with t. .: r i K %  i %  %  . 11' %  I men would be I Houaa to %  i | ilnanrial impltl .... I ... %  give i nether they lould sand lb* not ibei %  I %  ortt > weeas and from the nii.nlh I (vantage, 1 %  BU Mr Adan b thai UM Ihg t ba p> i BefoN ii n paid The II."it inn -nil gent matter thai th.' the Othai Plaea to remain in '.-M..M In the n would IHp II %  Ha tbaro> fon hoped honourabls Mild 'teal wlttl il accordingly %  M guial Mhorn* for tarnOrfe in Ihe Slales Ih. American Oorenunanl SilK isi4M. how a vor, tinworkori hat'. hail lii rape) UM *'"' "I Ihall passage* fi-in. Bgrl rueiil In Short, uhen ration lb • auurtad UM Ann-n98 Killed In Train Fire YOKOHAMA. April 24 I | il Uie do I .. .i Bin in Ahuh !H here today -even of Ub B tight hlkrrtn wen • %  oono ai Inconflrmed reportg said the six each train on th) Bl kohama Una wag ahoul U, pull into a Y. ban i ar^ from an overhead %  rapj mi lire -Ui.'Ken paien;e|. roughl lo tnr,. do %  id ihe powei naadt apei Iheiu Senasilia.lleil "ilid"\ and M*ramh)eil out only la fall %  Iheir death on the street more than %  i\ rardi 11 low UM oai row Tba i n raged f"i M baton ii Irolltd i.v hre men Reuler WAR EQUIPMENT lOHSTO EUROPE NEW YOHK U : %  pri .un i-iit > HI not Dixmiidr E la i.it here todBV | iighntig aqulpn en! for the de* fi rue of Western K,urop' Bqulproeol rani %  ammunition ti> 48-ton Sh. i in.in tanks was destined f'< i ance, iint.ui Deli u Danmai i Not artaj and Italy -Reuter a> On Page %  Toll Iho ADVOCATE the NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Ntqhl fffawi os*/y ////• f'/ *////// % %  la Mads %  K or the Rente! •? 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PAC.F TWO n\RB\nns wivot tTI \\l DNI 3DAY. APRII B. Ml raJiib Qcdiinq Here and 1 herr DOB ELLIS, one of Cable AND MRS J. li PEA ,'OCK gave a Cocktail Party .n MJIV.TIK IASI R. W R. Ohvi Cr>l Oliver the new Manager of Barbadn UcrtiffusLO' Bcrvtcf I.i I., and successor Iu> Mr J H Peacock who will not be returningj^o BatUilat!nns to 1-or.t Louis Itcn — Supreme ("om:. S I Asia. Aroonfj ~ ihe auriU lmile to '*"" inny leal ni#hi wr > R. M. T"r~r lh ColoeiUI SeetMa.*. eaal Mjftj Turn lass***. Hin> aral M' M A Ok*, a.', ana Ml' A 1'yittp. Mi arid Mri. Coast Round-Up NIK ootsGm cun, James. unlike the %  and 1W engineers stationed here, who had been in Grenada on a short transfer doing some installation work. letunird to Barbados on Monday... arriving l.y the same plane wriv M. St Robert Bacchus and his young Four snn Mark Mr. Bacchus Is a nMrtak* engineer turned planter .. for the TO o Tribune's Boss NF. of Amoric.i'i HI,.' : I^xidon last kvaak Mis Helen Rowers Rei and care fully But lot there uno ralstafti rt Mr. Don New V ork II Jt. i. Clarar QM ksrg, m 0 a_rn AnmniMfri Choi... New*. 1 10 m New. Anilvin IIS rrom lh Editorial-. 7 IS %  m John PwammaParade. ISO am (lallipoll jonn T u j |() Jau MuiM| f 14 a m Tnt B|||> visit lo Jamaica cotim Buid Sho-. S*S in You and ..ft, the U.N.ES.C.O Hw M#w. t a m Tha Nw; 110 a m oxiuU.mn He left Jamaica ^^^^^^^i^SZ April 1st to spend one week in n as a m Lui*n>n choi<. n 49 %  n Haiti 11.then went to Antigua s-wmn of Acc.avi. it %  • Noon Tha fend St KillbefOM returning to l^'cksi itim An *b-. i. u Barl>ados over the week-end bv 4.1—ftSVgft it w M BWI.A. Mr Harrison Is thr ilsh CouneilN Art, Ortloer In c 'JpU, 1 .STw^rK -f t-"w S i> "i Rnylhni Rrndar NEWS SURE TO PLEASE The recent arrival of a LARGE Shipment of BOOKS the S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT II f I (MIR IIAKhls.iN A in v-1 m i II.ICII ll'KIS COMMENTARY THI • %  PAITX MKAIHM.s a OOD so Lovti> TIII. wonut ai ) rabeUi couda> %  nd TMT BIG PIRHKR-MAN br Uoyd C Ocujl iin..I -. r \ MUM r\ (.nsHi.s i part* 1 a I ,111 rukivu BOOK*TXP HY STEP. I Tilt SCI lOOt, PfUHER, I>KACTICA1. RPAMSll (,"AVMH D Mil V.I F>irNTAPY PRCNTII f'O'rfPOtlTION MI KRCNt M %  )nd rnXNCII COVIIW Jl'iu-s CAlSSAR D] Wi Sfcprn TMSS HIVAI.s by ftnrrtdan %  rtfrji'ipr BOOSCS • OPY BOOKS, NOI HOOKS CASH HOOKS. LgDOHIS a JOI NOVBU cmniF. a BTTSI BIJ. •< BOOK* ON TMVII. tu BDiS ON THS3R TOfSI bv I'unl B GHbtpIn nd nan* CAUl TO MA;I>AD *>r Aib< carume THE THUUJ MAN b) OiahSSIl Glfi i"" Stumliig Jl TSHMktresi PRANCt.1 li Ci"-"K'4bbcll and TIIB TRAVEM-nut TREE by ;>*trKk LISh r*rmor %  HI (HiLURks rAvoismi Th* irvo-l nulitindlnc arkfrlKm P( Cfcildrcn'i Book*, MI Girlnsgsi all act* II. IM -MIAN "K* AT ItfASONABI.P. PRIcrJI We'll soon have that belter ASEPTIC OINTMENT OhilJrcn's acddeni^ quickly rcspood to the soothing sod healing properties of Ckrmolenc which draws out the dirt and nUnulstes the growth of new .kin oret the damaged arcs. Kecpaua handy for family UK. FOR SPOTS. BRUISES, ftft&HES. UMSIOflS, Etc. GERMOLESF. toot/us at a louch—htah it mttd time. Gavr Million Dollars 'r.1, Vole* or ih lit* Third Pio*>amnw; 111 Itlpin Proararr A' ; : AIN Mr. McConiMU, John utll Wilson IIS p ir ntI'atadr U U M Comings and Goings sher of The .',".V? ;a as at ii n M pAT buui II. Ai %  .!„ %  II,,.,I,I Trlbun Monlraal Star i The Ifaotnal SS£ ihc Is Ihe lnM*. Mr*. Rcirl w,-Btandard. hai shown himself MM L* la nain. aun HFTTY KING. lon l< ,murs (f '"' lk .?"! m 5 ' " oulnlandina philnnlhrouUI. TZ „ „,^, 1 yictor l* %  "•JJ"IJ' f ; ramaikabto anenD and lniiL-,1,%. M„„I,„I Neurological lo.iitulo fa's itS ''•'• !" ; 1 *-BH. ISr.st^B£ F--''i „^::r?u^c„^„„ d -,ie^^L£Wr^ i-iitional million dollars fcr WIUNIIIIAY *rsiT. IHI o same fun.1 '•"L'nu.V 10 1 m N '"" "^ C '" n Mr. MoConnoll is a tall, debonloll p.m.-IQj p m Canadian Chronr man of 73, who puts In a full ., J* 1 „ „ „ lay .it his Montreal office. The Montreal Neurological J O'RegO and then Shells coining in hf the Lad> Rosutef on a two weeks' stay Mr. Robert PToudfoot, Grenada daughters Oranads Bar! sdoa Bjdls and have ratorned after s holiday in Assistant Warden RR1VLNO OVSaT tho trol of the paper and succeeded ( him as president Under her gwittants the KaraM I Increased In influence ami it hoi a etrculstion of 350.ooo dally rising lo 650.000 on Sunday* Tin. .IS Mrs. lletd's ftrst visit .„ London for I* She was happy to inIn Bi lain %  gain to re*e contaet with poUUetans and others. ThisWiH'k Sb* iin 1'aris. whenweck-on-i t)|( i; u toiiatin %  TuOOn of hi r Ir Andre ac papei is printed Warden of *^ — L F. S. Lnroute to Engiand Institute is the greatest brain centre In America. II will now bo ex-1 pauded from M lieds lo 157. The I in s titute will attract in.mi speeiaUsta from till over the world. McCcmnell | senior governor of rom..Tobago is Mr Andre an imvc ,% printed. lhe institute. He contributed with Gaunt s. A sisiam Warden o( — hi. *his usual munificence lo the ongiTohugo Her.lor two werti tnroutc to Engiand 11..I f.-undaliun IB years ago. vacation, he is slaying al AuaiU For ycan McConnell has been Gardens .Guest House. Mr are only air holes he went away eating. ('m-klrriirrot in IhiChair A FULL Inquiry Is to be made tutu the recent action "I tin* ii.H.e; Cos I ommlttet MI Interfering with Mr Vincent Fumbiinc's sttempU i< sleep in i brimleei bowler The chairman !" s or ralvennacher i of lhe commission f a Mi Justice ,h ' ub "lottla. Older explan ., Btlons are that lhe horse had ported by Mrs. Wwlrli. Canon -wallowed %  whlslle: that fhwrUegrass, Hiss Juliette cj,, as a butchers boy d* ling. Sir Arehor l Zipp-) Fanner, from sheer 'want of lhought," r -.Mm,, muntbleri •" Byron's pDrase; thai the east intervals. Buffet by the Owlcs wick Ladles' Cultural Circle rn li mi rinn Prawn Atlarks Surwyor T HE vets who were recently puazled bv I whistling horse naUirall) si Ant u pe. led 81W nnd a crowd and puslunii/.zlos of high and low degiee. The terms ol I arc loo fciniph devastating to be mentioned in any decent news paper, and the meetings will Infield in the llolllHK<-l MIMIC. I i.d Hall at Kings Knucklefurther, Warwickshire A flv< pieo women %  Orchestra will play melody quietly but scraplly dining the sails. nd had got into it-, throat. tli.it it was trying to breathe Uki in alderman. But all these ie upset by the claim of a coilactor of folk-songs, who took down what the horse whistled, and discovered that lhe melody was bated on the chibby dane if the rlerks al TatterRupert and the Ice-flower — 11 -r Die present conditions of v.ifritifiii intake h Rupert )u. com.-. "1 don't behind, and mddenly (he otheo ,i i.k *f r.trd go very lr. uyi hear him call. 1 wonder whit he the little bir. I'vo herd my Diddy M* thai mres ran round in he i seen the hare? Let's %  to 1 .. %  > U tnjy lurn up f |nv biat." I UOSSVtOltll r i i 5 6 V ir 1 > II 1 1 II 1 1 AirF.XTMa.XU I VI IfillV Tuko this opportunity of >1\\\.K11S nhiaininj; youR requirements IN GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE RanRin^ from '" upwards MILD STEEL Flat.*--, Rounds, Squares in all Sizes BOLTS & NUTS All Sizes FILTER CLOTH-White Cotton Twill At PRICES that cannot be repeated. 1. Uuturtun* out not qu:'i an morning in Ihe city. IB) y. a*i>arati u n. (Si 10. You couldo'i rtniw ltn [ri!. (Si '1. You'd _M dllliOD.l* applied in craalV ISI i nna HI-, etitn %  '.-i, needle. (S 16 Ottan n*.noi 17. i'*i!n,'. i,i in %  <-iu,i80. Prom ni>uo U vero. lit K Sxn* """'"•"" K. Do you nnd tn.m la tn. dr.wThr IHHII.WOS #W.V#li Ltd. While Park Rood, St Michael OIAI. 1528 EMPIRE TO-DAY 4 4S and I 30 A Contlnuins Republic Pictures presents rm: 3RD MAN Starring Joseph COTTON—VALLI With HOW LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY I in and I IS Warner Bro.. Smashing Double Errol FLYNN in "SEA HAWK" AND • BAD tan MISSOURI OF MORGAN & Wayne MORRIS ROYAL TO-DAY \ TOMORROW I Hi and 8 30 M-G.M Double . Margaret O'BRIEN George MURPHY • %  n:\TII AVENUE IN., A,/, %  AND •• EASY TO WED Starring Van JOHNSON Esther WILLIAMS OLYMPIC TO-DAY' & TOMORROW 4 30 and 13 M-G.M Double . Fed SKELTON Esther WILLIAMS %  H AHUM; BEAUTY" AND •• DA \CEBOUS mTLUONS" with Kent TAYLOR I>orothv DRAKE .-,---.-,-.-,.'.'.-.'-%'.'*'*','*', GLOBE THEATRE AQUATIC t I.I II CINEMA (MambarsOnly) MAT1NF.E: TODAY Ulpa. TONIGHT and TOMORROW NIGHT al I.M GEORGE RAFT WILLIAM BENDIX MARILYN MAXWELL in "RACE STREET' An RKO Radio Pleture PLAZA TlifiUre-Brieigetown (DIAL 2310) HKOIIAUIO' 1 L** KATUKE rm> UU 1 a? (Si asjstaj 1. Paaa rounn. tv> 1. Here tilting; oecu I Kbatemera. 'Si .1) the mi > r i to I *t eoliarad. (Si : .. in uni Iti out of rMCll. IJf I a -Viuiidi a> thmiait %  rrinuer adorea counter-poTaona. <> Indeed the Dean m upsei. IBI 15 Men uausliv etart ii at ,„-,i. times, in II Cricnerei* mav im> n.t.h, in them. i4> 16 A rude dli'errnff. it i ia Aria. Hi .i Aperuneni >t I Fkjluliaii at iril*iii*i %  : mi -niniH' %  u %  was l 6 M i H... II Oran, I* Krto. U Vr> %  nd 1* ALLIY" am MIDNKiHT 1 alcDi wall DIAL 8404 •.Nt.l I S IBM la AII: I V (THE GARDEN) Si. James RAND* K .111 si 1 'MAftkXU SAII ilh TIM HOl.T TODAY %  id TOMORROW 4 45 and R :u> p m "GALS INCORPORATED" with LEON ERROL IN AN EIGHT REKLEH and CHARLES BOYFR anil IRENE DUNNE "WHEN TOMORROW COMES" Opening FRIDAY :• and 8.30 lieai IK SIM. rkat |m nai He KMlD CITT CITY ACROSS THE RIVER STlPHENMcNALW THE BOY vg GIRL TALENT SHOW WITH IVOR I1ADMON BRUCE MANN FREDDIE SMALL MISS JOAN BENTHAM MISS JOAN LUOItlSH MISS l'HYLI.IS COLLYMORE M.,n..l.-|." If • %  You Can Do No Wrong" "If" 'Tennessee Wollr." Silver Dollnr" til EST STARS THE SUPER TALENT WINNERS Gerald DA1SLEY — Joe IBopI CLARK HOUSE S6e: BALCONY 4Bci BOXES 60e. Dally—Globe Theatre. Iti-nifflil visit CLUB MOIM.AN The most Bi'diitifut Niuhf Club /m with a world-tritie rtpulnfion /t n MianH lo r pood food Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 for reservations STOP IN THAT LEAK YOUR ROOF NOW DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 We offer KVERITE CORRIXATKD SHEETS RED CEDAR SHINTXES ROLL ROOFING — Plain ROLL ROOFING— R*d PITCH PINE DOUGLAS FIR THE HAItll 1IIUS O-UI'IJI 'l'l\'l. COTTON 1 Al Klin LTD. I.I'MHI.R DEPARTMENT BEA9JTMFVL BAKEIATE nut IAI SCHEME Wll to $1.29 AT THE CORNER STORE I


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ESTABLISHED 1895
WEDNESDAY, APHll. . 1T.I
PRICE: FIVE CENTS
^' ||. Comn-.unitt push allied troopi
--------'------------* back in new offensive
I >ll(.ltAIIOV
Four thousand worker* will be
sent for jobs in Unite* ttes
< KIMS:
Vtilei Government in shaky
position: new appointment* made
1^1 ill.*. Ninety-eifhi perish in
_ Japanese train fire
REDS BREAK THROUGH U.
Allies Withdraw
All Along Front
TOKYO, April 24.
UNITED NATIONS infantry, thrown into the
breach in the central'front of Korea tonight
at the point where the Seoul Chunchon highway
was cut, were reported to be fighting the Commu
mats to a standstill. Thay were said to have retaken
some ground against vastly superior numbers.
To the east in the Hwachon reservoir area, the
Communists also slackened their pressure.
The Search
Is Still On
1HHSI HMIIVI MH *ll >! i.
PORTSMOUTH. England.
April 24.
Divers groped about in the
depths of the English Channel
today Irving lo Hn,i the British
aubmarine Affray.
tomb of her 75-innn en
Aircraft and Shtps equipped
with detection device, had made
(several underwater "contact*''
with unidentiflci
were invc h one.
The Affray faded t surface
after n practice nlghl
days ago-
All nope for her
abandoned iw. Says later.
Choppy sea? in the Channel
have hnd bach ili'.n, Better
weather yesterdiiv II
however, enabled than to >'"
own
The search for the Affray Will
go on indcflniuK. f
sure *he will ATtntually be.
found Kruter
Note Join Strike
MAimm. April 14
More factory workers Joined
the itrika affunsl tin I
of living in Sii.ii>.
dustrial town l'i
was In spite of the (iovcrnmen*.
tiltimatur'
there and la the big coastal town
of San Sebastian, to return to
work today or be dismissed.
Call Protest Strike
ROM I
Tile I',.n
Confederation of Italian labour
called for a two hour strike by
State employees UMlny << protc.t
against the Government's refusal
to grant wage In
The strike will efl
of Piedmont in the noli
Fin il i.i in Central 1
Calabria in the south Reuli-r.
Kt'Ueh Agreement
TOKYO. April 24.
Japanese Prim a
Shlgerii Yoshida said
had reached a pn.vi'i.
ment with John Foster Duller.
United States Special r
the stationing of Units
troops In Japan after tin
of the peace tntatj Keutrr
Ike" lit Italy
ITALY. April 24.
General Dwight d i
Suprenn- Commander ol the Alllea
Forces in Europr an
day to inspect Italian &
the fringe of (lie Irem Cut tain
Renter.
lenient s WSH
i ported to be moving northward
away from the battle! me
There were first reports sinee
the start of the offensive, of da.
creasing Communist pressure,
U | .somewhat the SSMraj
picture of wholesale Allied with-
drawal in which UN. troops I
were forced to abandon some I
rquipment includiag artillery.
i far have re-l
:. r\ throwing armour
battle though cither I
reports of tw > light'
rlf propelled
guns by ChlneN In the Im)in
tor. Earlier i
troops accelerating day
and night assaults, bad made gan.s
all along the Uottad Nation- BODt
They exploited a break -tfarougji
''tire and tonight poured
through lew gap lo swarai south of
the :tRth parallel. Inje. bastion on
n end of the Allied line
and Yoncheon, in the centre, also
erf.
Reluming; lo Tokyo touighl.
aftai I lightning secret flight lo
. Lieutenant -General
:* Ittdfwaj nw Allied
Supreme Commander, declared
1 major effort by our
Communist enemy to drive United
NaUOlU forces from K- rea or to
destroj them, regnrdlc^ of the
lurthtr destruction of his own
The attack -
Communist offensive effort yot
made ir the Korean war. It has
yet sttainad its maximum
strength. This battle may nrov I
decisive '
One United Nations unit sur-
OUth of Chorwonabove
ComuMinist helrt Yonchon
smashed through to regain the
Allied lines intact.
Communist aircraft came Into
the brittle for the lirst n
trtad. One
Communist M.I.G. was shot down
in dog fights between 24 S-ibro
Mi and at least 20 M l.G.'s over
K i Reuter.
**1
Britain Gets Reply
CAIRO. April 24.
reply to British
proposals about the revision of the
1836 An^U' Egyptian mat) Wag
handed to the British Ambassador
here today. Usually reliable
sources said it stated British pro-
rfflftill were unsatisfactory Hnd
.1 Ter proposals.
Egypt wauU the 20-ycar-Pact
moditlrd Keulrr
INES
ILL GO
AMERICA
On Emigration Sclirme
\, KOM two to four thousand Barbadian workers
will go to the United States in Junw
A Resolution for $440,000 was passed in the House
of Assembly yesterday to finance the scheme. One
third of the return passage money will have to be
paid by the workers.
Tin Addendum to the Resolution stated that the
Government had been informed that there was
work available in the United States for the amount
of workers mentioned.
Soskice Is
New A.G.
LONDON. April 24
Appointment of Sir Frank
Soskice a* Attorney General and
A l I : l"
Ben* ral wart officiall) aniinouncod
here tonight The otliclal an
nt of John Freeman':
i it as Puritanic/
t*t*j | t. thg ||lfl Of Supplv
was lao made, tonight.
Ung'V Thomas. Member of
farliamrnt for northeast lanoal
ter. has been knighted by King
George the Sixth, the announce-
ment said. Alfred Robens. new
Minister of labour, has been
appointed a Member of 'he Privj
Conned Reutrr.
PRINCESS IN LONDON
I.ONDON. April 21
Princess Elizabeth at
London airpoi:
from her two weeks holiday in
ItalyRenter
ff aw Of Terror
ROME. April 24
Exiled Albanian leader
port of having heard of a wave o!
(error m Albania. Forty people
are said to have been executeo
and between 700 and I.&00 or-
restcd.
The chief executive of the
exiled national front said to-day
that the peoples courts empowered
t(1 order immediate executions,
have lieen sot up all over the coun-
'ry linos a bomb exploded m the
i Tirana on Febru-
ary 1
Renter.
Europe Must Come
Before Asia
WASHINGTON. April 24
DEMOCRATIC SENATOR Brien McMahon, Chairman
of the Congressional Atomic Energy Committee, .said to-
0m\ ''':*t il Russia obtained control of Western Europe.
the could produce more atom bombs than Ihe United
States. For this reason, he said in a speech prepared for
Senate delivery, Europe must take priority over Asia in
American security.
He coupled an attack or fleneral
Arthur's "expand the Korean
poaalg with a statement
thai the United States was not yet
prepared fur a full scale war aa>
epi hi the field of atomic weapon
Smuggler Shot
CHIGASO, '
Crowds dental
the Italian li. I
ter tuards on "
Side hod sho! dead ft
Fermo Barnl. father of two
children, wlnl<- ho Wi attemptin<-
to smuggl"- IQO pa kats of cigar-
ettes into Italy.Reatrr.
RESIGNATION ASKED
During a heated debate in the
. and Western Europe, H
ever merged together, under C<
munist rule, could in time produce
torn bombs, more long
rantfc bOnabefSi and more arma-
Jl kinds than the United
State*." he declared.
I4BN Europe and yot
arms race "
He said the United States could
[gnora thsw four fundament
Belgian Chamber ol Deputies t.-ifrategir fact-' That Ami-ni., was
rjav, form s total war. that
AJolphs Jtd "miles U
the Liberal Op| -iwcity t produce arma-
Pholien Oovenirnent li> realgn I n ents; that the AlliOi of the United
St ites opposed spreading the
- w; and that Pusiia could
"grave i-rror and *eri<"us negli ICMB bombs on American
Renter. | cities to-morrow Reuter.
Purge Must Go On
I'RACUK. April S4
The pufgM "f the Csaab*Corn
munist Party which has shed
175.00(1 DkWJuWl in the past six
months must go on "without
mercy," Rudolf Slansky ilk Gen-
eral Secretary, said If) I speech
published here bvdjB)
In a speech made la.-t \......
to the Party's F.xecutive Commit-
lee. he said the Party hat! in the
past been far too lenient towards
wavering members who loined (Or
ooportunlst reasons.Reuter.
Objectors Out
LISBON. April 24
The National Assembly to-day
made it impossible for anyone who
disapproves of the present regime
to stand as President. The Presi-
dency is now vacant through the
death of Marshal Carmona last
week Renter.
ABOVE n. a -cnr from the Ho'
it. /, A. HAYNES took hi* skt ye-
at tbf extrate left of the plrturs,
CLOSE RANKS OR
SUFFER-DEFEAT
Ede Warns Labour
LONDON. April 24
1 iin.v Chute* Bde, Home Secretary, warned the Parlia-
mentary Ijibour Party today that dete-ul ;.t the next elec-
tion was certain if Labour did not close its ranks after thi
lesiunation i-f Cabinet Minister Aneurin Bevan.
He\an. who walked out of the Cabinc over HiiUnn's ra>
armament budget, and Ha:id Wilson. Board ol Trade Pum
dei.t. who resigned with liim, attended a specially sum-
moned niLeting
Workers Stay
On The Job
BUENOS AIRES. A;I
Under the auSPtcei of In* Stab -
controlled C.C.T., workers m
three mall factories here today
were staying at their work benche
until they uropped from exhaus-
tion. With only 15 minutes off
very four hours, it was hoped to
set "world production records"
and spur on the rest of the country
to work harder Reuter
Mil MH -
Tajketf Sral
Ml! J A HAYNES. lull-
iui re| resentativo for the
artall "' St. Andrew, took
i gt In the H>u '
U rdal evening
..in the Oppo-
sition.
II. was escorted to tho
Chamber by Mr. L. K it
QUL atnlof repn
of the pari.h of St AnCuTWW.
Mr. A. E. S. l.-i O
Speaki i "' the House of:
Assembly and junior repre
aontaUvt ('i tho (Sty was
Illao In his seat >i slei.i.,
ii. had it'n ahserit through
illness fur several weeks.
All other n enibers ik the
House were present 11
day with the excepoon of
Mr. E. K Wak-otl. senior
member for St J.iines, who
i i the rick I" '
U.S. Communism
WASHINGTON, April 24
Benjamin Gitluw. one of the
i the Communist Party
in lb* UnJtOd States, told the
Subversive A.'
Board that he RnM of no in.
stance of afi American Commu-
n.ht disoU'ying a diraeUvo from
Moscow.
He ndUed Ihg
Communism with headquariers in
Soviet RUW ptlt up S35.000 to
launch Ihe I>aH tVorher a- the
ulRcla; ('
the United state-- in :*24.
Curfew For
Children
In Moscow
MOSCOW, April M
A curfew for children ui.l'i 1|
unaccompanied by adult
imposed by the Mob aj "
Jffllll
In a decree published toda1
children are not allowed on thi
atreets during school for a yea
after 10 in the evening ill In lh
summer) and net lllowi
land cinemas an.
end after nine p m. (10 in th'
Tne sale of alcoholic liquor and
ha minors Is pun -
about 9 and parents may be
fined about El it
commit rgwdy or hOOUgJ
Publishing DWS
M*M"Vhli Kn.H*l.l-
aid .vi-hoi,i BuUtoi
. .
Rea ter
Tli'iugh i>itteil> dtfapj
!.< i i : id '-jit.i fl ,.f his re-
slgnahini speech received from
i hi Party In Parliaiinn
M'sterday, Itevan stuck to hi->
thi m^ that the arms drive meant
unaraployinant and lower livinu
standards.
Ji.nn Kieemiin. I'.uli
Unrter-Secretiir, hi the Mnustei
of Supply (Junior flovsriinu-nt
ii c notice of his li rtnoi
to ie Ign
nut the victory according t
tjibour members at the I
went i Hugh Oaltakoll, cii..nati-
lor of the Exohequei He mad>
what ihey describe.! .,- n agttlfl
ent address defending h. budd '
and rebut ling ltevan\ tliargi ^
hut rearmament plans would lead
.. ut^employment and lower liv-
' i |
Harold Wilson gave the Com
nons today the raaaooa why he
l.is Cabinet post a-
PresiOanl of the Board ol liade
In his speech Wilson said
:he E .700,000,(MM) Am l'i.
trummr was nol possible Britain
was not getting i.ei fab ban |
i id'a raw materials,
Americans would have |i
,choose between Ihe Dofeno pan
>t thin p..!!'.. : lie
loekpUGti
I
'her.
Wil^.n pledgol however that
though he had left lh< C St h
would do < verythlng in in* pousgi
to support the Labour Party an
Oovernment In the difficult time
that )a> ahead.
Unlike Bevan, Wilson was ap-
plauded bv the Lab-iui nunuannl
of the parliament at the end of hi
speech
Alfred Ruben: has been ap-
pointed MinisU'r of Labour and
Sir Hartley Shawcross, Presidei
of ihe Board of Trade m m -.
sion to Bevan and Wi!
Ill announced today
-Rruler
Meal In The
Commons
I.ONIXJN. Apnl ii
rood Ministei Mbui i.
said lodny he though'
should feel bai
Ang1-Argenuna Meat ii
Agreement a* a whota
But he agreed With the Laboie
ii-tnUr in the HouM Ot Common.-
ho aid Britain minht havs gi
aottei barom, but i^-.
I
UatlOnj aft bin as mie i.
1'inkl. ii. powlble regardless 0
lie |H lee '
After the Minister had given n
immary of Um graemont, a
Ci nservalive du ,
poaiilon cheers by con il
that the price Btetned
SUm mote than lhat whii f<
rbb refused in Itecen.!,..
Iteali
tWKlClS Mil.I. IIIUMf
m " YOl t:
Di i .'-' m i Da rontoura,
Brarihin Iflhistaf lor Foreign
nd in a speech hers Hi .r
ihe 21 American repubie
live up to the obllgOlloi
common defi HTeirtcn
are agreed to under the
)
ReaU.-.
"Bomb China" Is Dangerous Policy
WASHINGTON'. \ irtl 2* world bftnUabla gulf had stretrhtwt b'-
Democrat leaden In Senati Senator H<" nerl I*hman. fon Ognafai'i v..-
lo-day ulTuck ou" Gener I rr democrat Governor of Nc nilMtafy and poUtlacl ftMb
Douglas Mac Arthur's "bomb York, assaulted hai i China" policy as a disastrous" Eastern commander'' il the Commander-li
course Ukely to bring atomic war "eglreme and dangerous I President Truman,
to Oie United States and the free He told th. i .n un- Reater
Meat Talks
HONTBY1DBO, Aprfl 24
Anglo-Uiiiguavan nival ntgo
ttations optned here to da) UOdtl
Minister Lilli Ih.nne and Hume
' i Howard
John Bdwardi vbo lad Uu BriUsh
Meal Mission in Arg< M
. ad ie ' lo lai and rip hanged
rlth Howard befors the
ulks began.
Rruler
Prince Gets A Horse
1:1 DKM A1KES. April 24
Prince llenihard of tr,.
lands raturnad to Bup
tixlay after Matting ChBl
'\lgelit|! .

presenled Barnhard Srttll an Ai
gerttiue bffd I.....
HeuU.
Injustice?
QUEQII
Kn-ni d ,, toi Maurice I
who arrive*l hen today said ihe
i nlu I Btati lid tall immenae
InlUatsca*' in denvlog him totrj
bacauaw he signed
-e Pledge
Itnili.\
initial w
Is
iarbadi
. |lt4 00
' i'

. amoue.l uill \- i"'irnl n .*d 1.
Oovernmeni Thi i
i thi
Bawd Present indlca

a ill be full i
, lot batajgaii 10 and i"
1 Mi li. II aVftSM th)
I of th
gr to put all
Hie I.i. ! Im-Ioic In hi- togtthoi
] with jiimumiii -
ould
: hall a null
1

Addendum ol d"- Reaolutioa and
said that thera w no guarantea
ihe wmu. i .. >i bi antployed
10 or It t aafa Me
i . roll, however, thai with
. t. .: r i K i 11' I
men would be
I
Houaa to
i | ilnanrial impltl
....
I '
...
give i
nether they
lould sand lb* not ibei I ortt
> "
weeas and from the nii.nlh
I (vantage,1
bU Mr Adan b thai UM
Ihg.....tba p>
i BefoN ii
n paid
The II."- it inn -nil
gent matter thai th.'
the Othai
Plaea to remain in '.-m..m In the
n would Ih- p
ii Ha tbaro>
fon hoped honourabls
Mild 'teal wlttl il accordingly
m guial Mhorn* for tarn-
Orfe in Ihe Slales Ih.
American Oorenunanl
SilK
isi4M. howavor, tin- workori hat'.
hail lii rape) UM *'"' "I Ihall pas-
sage* fi-in. Bgrl
rueiil In Short, uhen
ration lb auurtad UM Ann-n-
98 Killed In
Train Fire
YOKOHAMA. April 24
I |
il Uie do.....I ..
.i Bin in Ahuh !H .
here today -even of Ub B
tight hlkrrtn wen
, .
oono ai
Inconflrmed reportg said the six
each train on th) Bl
kohama Una wag ahoul
U, pull into a Y.
ban i ar^ from an overhead
..... rapj mi lire
-Ui.'Ken paien;e|.
roughl lo tnr,. do

id ihe powei naadt apei
Iheiu Sena- silia.lleil "ilid"\
and M*ramh)eil out only la fall '
Iheir death on the street more
than i\ rardi 11 low um oai row
Tba i n raged f"i M
baton ii Irolltd i.v hre
men Reuler
WAR EQUIPMENT
lOHSTO EUROPE
NEW YOHK U
: pri .un i-iit > hi not
Dixmiidr E la i.it here todBV
|
iighntig aqulpn en! for the de*
fi rue of Western K,urop'
Bqulproeol rani

ammunition ti> 48-ton
Sh. i in.in tanks was destined f'<
i ance, iint.ui Deli u
Danmai i Not artaj
and Italy -Reuter
a> On Page
Toll Iho ADVOCATE
the NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Ntqhl
fffawi os*/y //// f'/ *////// Cltokra In Imlia
CALCUTTA. A;
Cholera has broken out in epi-
demic form in thi Ml) "f I*" and


bi ton
It ruler.
workers Heiurn
ABAOAN. Al
A
Mnke toi etevoi da <
of i*- N.000 workers u K ..t work
io-ii.i. The belief gained I
here that the i ack ol I
KriiUr.
PETAIN NO WORSE !
i i
.aid the lion of ei
a little n<>
'la Mads

K
or the
Rente!
?
I'liii h gulsll /" "/W. ../ /.i
its) hath "" i..-iin.../..
' ' ;;'......."t<
iiniili' UM t lioitt ill
lUnmon tX M%M M lAg
i^in- Hi % fi.r .ill iitiimiunu
r u ill ajg,
-
BtXSOX ill D1.1S
I to
JOi*W
MPKH VIHOIMA (II, \RK1TKS
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PAC.F TWO
n\RB\nns wivot tTI
\\l DNI 3DAY. APRII B. Ml
raJiib Qcdiinq
Here and 1 herr
DOB ELLIS, one of Cable
AND MRS J. li PEA
,'OCK gave a Cocktail Party
.n Mjiv.tIK IasI
R. W R.
Ohvi Cr>l Oliver the new
Manager of Barbadn
UcrtiffusLO' Bcrvtcf I.i I., and suc-
cessor Iu> Mr J H Peacock who
will not be returningj^o BatUi-
-
C< Oliver has ha able RasguTusion England where he was Manager
rf the Noitingham branch of some
17.000 subscribers. He has alao
travelled extensively and has seen
of Redif-
riiiion operating In Hong Kong,
Singapore. Kuala Lumpur. Ceylon,
!:,nidad, Jamaica. ni
"Vrmudaj"
lief onfining the Overseas
of Kh1 illusion. Col
Ohver Q in the Regular Army
for many years serving on the
S&tr of India before the
war Ho saw a great deal of
action in Europe and North
Africa In the last war. and. after
war, was appointed Dm-dor
of Piihlie~u>lat!nns to 1-or.t Louis
Itcn Supreme ("om-
:. S I Asia.
Aroonfj ~ ihe auriU lmile to '*""
inny leal ni#hi wr > R. M. T"r~r
lh ColoeiUI SeetMa.*. eaal Mjftj Turn
lass***. Hin>
aral M' M A Ok*, a.', ana Ml'
A 1'yittp. Mi arid Mri.
Coast Round-Up
nik ootsGm cun,
James. unlike the

and
1W engineers stationed
here, who had been in Grenada
on a short transfer doing some
installation work. letunird to
Barbados on Monday... arriving
l.y the same plane wriv M.
St Robert Bacchus and his young
Four snn Mark Mr. Bacchus Is a
n- Mrtak* engineer turned planter
.. for the They have several Vene- staying with the Powells at
American bookings "Manianilla". Porters. St. Jame*
ndar. -Bro Hamil- Rev Fred L a y n e. St
Four Winds' Manager. Andrew's parish priest in Grenada
Venezuela, also came in by the satM piano
Mil H kg re-mamma; here pro- He plans lo be here three days
urn .,i JuUn1 whk-li i* closed Mr. Ramon Portillo ..imW
. IV Winds Several ol iIOm Veneruela on Monday on n
tho homes along the coast have visit to his wife and chiW
bfs i lined and their owner-
It ft for their summer homes In the
' S or the U.K . Lord and
Lndy Normanby are -till )
Pot HOUSt they are leav-
i"l for the U.K. at the end of the
week via Trinidad and New York
( Mrs. Ronald Tree have
'i-H their home at "Heron Bay";
I iiiidriviund that they are at
'i New York . Mr. aim
Mn folios Coe will shortly be
Ming northbound Mr. Coe
has la-en .-looted Commodore of
h* yacht club.
Talking Point
Ptuplr not only like vou for
u-har your ixdlHdiial attirudo to fhem.
-Hugh Wnlpolr.
B.B.C. Radio
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Mrs. Reid is small, fragile
looking, grey-hatred, nnd (18. Sin
panics her mind slowl> and care
fully But lot there u- no ralstafti
rt Mr. Don New Vork II
. Jt. i. Clarar
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John Pwamma- Parade. ISO am (lallipoll
jonn T u j |() Jau MuiM| f 14 a m Tnt B|||>
visit lo Jamaica cotim Buid Sho-. S*S in You and
..ft, the U.N.ES.C.O Hw M#w. t a m Tha Nw; 110 a m
oxiuU.mn He left Jamaica ^^^^^^^i^SZ
April 1st to spend one week in n as a m Lui*n>n choi<. n 49 n
Haiti 11.- then went to Antigua s-wmn of Acc.avi. it Noon Tha
fend St Kill- befOM returning to l^'cksi itim An*b-. i. u
Barl>ados over the week-end bv 4.1ftSVgft it w m
BWI.A. Mr Harrison Is thr----------------------------------
ilsh CouneilN Art, Ortloer In c'JpU, 1 .STw^rK -f t-"w
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aun HFTTY KING. lonl< ,murs (f '"'lk .?"! "m.5 ' " oulnlandina philnnlhrouUI. TZ-------------- ,^,------1
yictor l* "JJ"IJ'f; ramaikabto anenD and lniiL-,1,%. mi,i Neurological lo.iitulo fa's itS ''';1'" *-BH.
ISr.st^B F--''i ^::r?u^c^d-,ie^^LWr^ "
i-iitional million dollars fcr wiuniiiiay *rsiT. ihi
o same fun.1 '"L'nu.V10"1 m N'"" "^ C'"n"
Mr. MoConnoll is a tall, debon- loll p.m.-IQj p m Canadian Chron-
r man of 73, who puts In a full ., J*1*
lay .it his Montreal office.
The Montreal Neurological
J O'RegO and then
Shells coining in hf the Lad>
Rosutef on a two weeks' stay
Mr. Robert PToudfoot,
Grenada
daughters
Oranads
Bar! sdoa
Bjdls and
have ratorned
after s holiday
in
Assistant Warden
* RR1VLNO OVSaT tho
trol of the paper and succeeded (
him as president Under her ,
gwittants the KaraM I
Increased In influence ami
it hoi a etrculstion of 350.ooo ,
dally rising lo 650.000 on Sunday*
Tin. .is Mrs. lletd's ftrst visit
. London for I*
She was happy to in- In Bi lain
gain to re*e contaet with
poUUetans and others.
ThisWiH'k Sb* i- in 1'aris. when-
weck-on-i t)|(, i;utoiiatin TuOOn of hi r
Ir Andre ac papei is printed
Warden of *^ L F. S.
Lnroute to Engiand
In-
stitute is the greatest brain centre
In America. II will now bo ex-1
pauded from M lieds lo 157. The I
institute will attract in.mi
speeiaUsta from till over the world.
McCcmnell | senior governor of
rom..Tobago is Mr Andre an imvc, ,% printed. lhe institute. He contributed with
Gaunt s. A sisiam Warden o( hi. *- his usual munificence lo the ongi-
Tohugo Her.- lor two werti tnroutc to Engiand 11..I f.-undaliun IB years ago.
vacation, he is slaying al AuaiU For ycan McConnell has been
Gardens .Guest House. Mr i;.:,. .. cams m on Sunday by jy| (iEENE rx|^: , :, .,Ve he has led notional committees to
the lolonsbio via Trinidad. Trlnidud today '" ro..... !< i".....n-rtnous amounts for
Arriv.nc Trwisw England They flew down to welfare.
D,. ?iit I ,1-i. Trinidad on Sunday Mr Greei.i- His generosity ha reached
UE TO AHHI\E here this is intomational Armdio Lid's, far as Britain. Eleven years ago
afternoon are Mr. and Mrs. Area Engineer in the Caribbean he nave $1,000,000 (250.000 at tho
Terry O'Donnell. Mr. O'DonneJI j|n ,, n ritl,t, to Enuland for a prevailing exchange rate) lo pio-
fsjof the CTDonnell Travel Sei vice ,.w assignment Mrs Greene vide Spitfire, for the defence U
in Hod Bank, Now Jersey. They js iho former J,nme Itose, daugh- Britain. The aircraft became
nro on n five-day visit, staying at ior of Mr Harold Rosa and Ihe known ns the MeConneli
the Uartn* Hotel ]ate Mrs. Rose. Bojtiad
IIIVIMIIIIS OF I'll'A
^K

:. BY THE WAY... sy beachcomber
l\
And
'The> are only air holes
he went away eating.
('m-klrriirrot in Ihi- Chair
A FULL Inquiry Is to be made
tutu the recent action "I tin*
ii.H.e; Cos I ommlttet
mi Interfering with Mr Vincent
Fumbiinc's sttempU i< sleep in i
brimleei bowler The chairman s or ralvennacher i
of lhe commission fa Mi Justice ,h' ub "lottla. Older explan
., Btlons are that lhe horse had
ported by Mrs. Wwlrli. Canon -wallowed whlslle: that
fhwrUegrass, Hiss Juliette cj,, as a butchers boy d* .
ling. Sir Arehor l Zipp-) Fanner, from sheer 'want of lhought,"
r -.Mm,, muntbleri " Byron's pDrase; thai the east
intervals. Buffet by the Owlcs
wick Ladles' Cultural Circle
'rn li mi rinn Prawn
Atlarks Surwyor
THE vets who were recently
puazled bv I whistling horse
naUirall) si Ant u pe. led 81W
nnd a crowd
and puslunii/.zlos of high and low
degiee. The terms ol I
arc loo fciniph devastating to be
mentioned in any decent news
paper, and the meetings will In-
field in the llolllHK<-l Mimic.I i.d
Hall at Kings Knucklefurther,
Warwickshire A flv< pieo
women Orchestra will play melody
quietly but scraplly dining the sails.
nd had got into it-, throat.
tli.it it was trying to breathe Uki
in alderman. But all these
ie upset by the claim of
a coilactor of folk-songs, who took
down what the horse whistled,
and discovered that lhe melody
was bated on the chibby dane
if the rlerks al Tatter-
Rupert and the Ice-flower11
-r
Die present conditions of
v.ifritifiii intake fuel)*all the oldest lokes about
' D eat wore bound to come
tni Sboner i.t l.iTei
I .'M*.- tin ie'i.n imi surprised.
. ntl ''\i Bd, to sec tho
"Food Shnj Doing
Boot Hrpairs" and lo read thai
associations" arc
attaching these shops, and do
BtJ j., retailing
both footwear and foodstuff*
SbotUd maintain separate depart
ments. in t'u- mfereatl oj puhlu
hkmith" (my own dear UtQs
italics). I hope "foodstuff asso
olations" will answer back. You
may be sure lhat it a careless
attendant sells an old pair of
boots as food, somewhere there
la an equally careless attendant
selling old food at footwear. Ami
0 loe-cap in your OTMltfll
worse than a lump of gristle in
the sole of your shoe.
Tkv Intruder
A FRACAS broke out ytgttl
day. The moment Fumbling
had adjusted the brimless bowlei.
an unauihorised person, carrying
a megaphonr. asked to examine
the ventilation holes in the crown
Fumbling's manager, Ted Bla
grove, objected, but was over
ruled by lhe starter. Mr Ronald
Huppett. Fumbling then com
that if he was looked at
through the holes. It would un
ntrva him. and the man with the
megaphone (ripped the hat and
laughed sardonically. He was
cautioned by referee Marcu?
Langton, who said in.it ihe van-
Illation holes could be examined
dhc while Fumbling was
recumbent. After further argu
rnenl Fumbbng laj down. 'Tab"
icald ihe inffn with the megaphone.
NIGHTDRESSES $3.91. S4.16. S4.10 & $4.95
LADIES VESTS $1.47 & $1.69
COTTON VESTS $1.09, $1.31 & $1.55
CHILD'S COTTON VESTS 62c, 65c. 70c, 79c & 85c
PANTIES 99?. $1.03, $1.07. $1.13, $1.14, $1.16, $1.32, $1.53
CHILD'S PANTIES 50c. 59c, 68c, 71c, 77c, 97c
EVANS M WHITFICMIS
Bill B.dsrr a to keen to m< lhe lime." 8.I-. though they watt,
(rnky hire that ihr ttwrr pjli turn irathing happen*, and ihe weather
,na walk in the directs irom <*emi to get colder. Algy hai lallen
-.!> h Rupert )u. com.-. "1 don't behind, and mddenly (he otheo
,i i.k *f r.trd go very lr. uyi hear him call. 1 wonder whit he
the little bir. I'vo herd my
Diddy m* thai mres ran round in he i seen the hare? Let's to
1 .. > U tnjy lurn up f |nv biat."
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IN
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RanRin^ from '" upwards
MILD STEEL
Flat.*--, Rounds, Squares in all Sizes
BOLTS & NUTS All Sizes
FILTER CLOTH-White Cotton Twill
At PRICES that cannot be repeated.
1. Uuturtun* out not qu:'i an
morning in Ihe city. IB)
y. a*i>aratiun. (Si
10. You couldo'i rtniw ltn [ri!. (Si
'1. You'd _M dllliOD.l* applied in
craalV iSi
i nna hi-, etitn '
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16 Ottan n*.noi
17. i'*i!n,'. i,i in <-iu,i-
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K. Do you nnd tn.m la tn. dr.w-
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While Park Rood, St Michael
OIAI. 1528
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TO-DAY 4 4S and I 30
A Contlnuins
Republic Pictures presents
rm: 3rd man "
Starring
Joseph COTTONVALLI
With
HOW
LAST TWO SHOWS
TO-DAY I in and I IS
Warner Bro..
Smashing Double
Errol FLYNN in
"SEA HAWK"
AND
bad tan
MISSOURI
OF
MORGAN &
Wayne MORRIS
ROYAL
TO-DAY \ TOMORROW
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M-G.M Double .
Margaret O'BRIEN
George MURPHY
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Starring
Van JOHNSON
Esther WILLIAMS
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TO-DAY' & TOMORROW
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M-G.M Double .
Fed SKELTON
Esther WILLIAMS
HAHUM; BEAUTY"
AND
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with
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I>orothv DRAKE
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MAT1NF.E: TODAY Ulpa.
TONIGHT and TOMORROW NIGHT al I.M
GEORGE RAFT WILLIAM BENDIX
MARILYN MAXWELL
in "RACE STREET'-
An RKO Radio Pleture
PLAZA TlifiUre-Brieigetown (DIAL 2310)
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* Indeed the Dean m upsei. ibi
15 Men uausliv etart ii at ,-,i.
times, in
II Cricnerei* mav im> n.t.h, in
them. i4>
16 A rude dli'errnff. it i
ia Aria. Hi
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I Fkjluliaii at iril*iii*i : mi -niniH'
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'MAftkXU SAII
ilh TIM HOl.T
TODAY id TOMORROW 4 45 and R :u> p m
"GALS INCORPORATED"
with
LEON ERROL IN AN EIGHT REKLEH
and
CHARLES BOYFR anil IRENE DUNNE
"WHEN TOMORROW COMES"
Opening FRIDAY : and 8.30
lieai IK SIM. rkat |m nai He KMlD CITT
CITY ACROSS
THE RIVER
STlPHENMcNALW
THE BOY vg GIRL TALENT SHOW
WITH
IVOR I1ADMON
BRUCE MANN
FREDDIE SMALL
MISS JOAN BENTHAM
MISS JOAN LUOItlSH
MISS l'HYLI.IS COLLYMORE
M.,n..l.-|."
If
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"If"
'Tennessee Wollr."
Silver Dollnr"
til EST STARS THE SUPER TALENT WINNERS
Gerald DA1SLEY Joe IBopI CLARK
HOUSE S6e: BALCONY 4Bci BOXES 60e.
DallyGlobe Theatre.
Iti-nifflil
visit
CLUB MOIM.AN
The most Bi'diitifut Niuhf Club /m
with a world-tritie rtpulnfion /t
n MianH lo
r pood food
Music, Dancing
Entertainment
throughout the night
Dial 4000 for reservations
STOP
IN
THAT LEAK
YOUR ROOF
NOW
DIAL 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4220
We offer
KVERITE CORRIXATKD SHEETS
RED CEDAR SHINTXES
ROLL ROOFING Plain
ROLL ROOFING R*d
PITCH PINE
DOUGLAS FIR
THE HAItll 1IIUS O-UI'IJI 'l'l\'l.
COTTON 1 Al Klin LTD.
I.I'MHI.R DEPARTMENT
BEA9JTMFVL
BAKEIATE
nut iai
SCHEME
Wll to $1.29
AT
THE CORNER STORE
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IW IINKSDAV. APRIL 2S. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THRlJ
Labourer's
Death B\
Misadventure
A YEKDIC'T ,,f
misadventure m rvturaed to
iimc in.in Jurj when tin- inquest
'umsuncr* surround
FUIHNGBOAT Peggy Does Xot Want To
Leave The Lower Green
Obit
Mrs. Inez Vordc
I'lslllM: BOAT "H-HETTA"
JV capsized and lank at about FIFTY-FIVE-YEAR OLD Wil
7 N -lock yesterday morning ulni bikhoI. known a. Vtti\" ta
tlM -l^hing ctt ownrrv. has been car par*
anil*. aHeiuLnil in ili- Kwni c:
. in* P"*1 *' years.
..pcr. ami when Pen?" Ursl ..
_ Ire '"'. Everton Carter and Ivan d ltm wotk. a, ,h,. a>!r , r,
ol Home.' Taylor. '.'lli-ndar were In UK water tor .,, ha llvlm mainly b> de-
DEMERARA LIFE
GIVES SCHOLARSHIP
TO U.C.W.I.
labourer
Michael.
DM
f Hindsbury Road. St
w V Coroner yesterday
Horace Taylor who was knowt.
iboul ten minutes before they pending
were rescued by another Ashing him a coj"p
boat, KnMi and brought ashore. About
Clyde Doughty told the Advocate "peg,;,."
a car owner to give
three
had
years ago alter
a already made a
.ij^f" !! Su,Ulc' "'! on the that a huge wave, which struck name "for himself, the Highway.
pWw-hen he was.involved to an the WM-, caused In* ballast to ,nd T-anport Department asked
with the motor bus shift Water than began to flow hfcn (o -^ for ,Vni fcl ^^.i
Trafalgar Square on into the boat It U owned by Eric nr p.^ attendant In the Lower
rag riding a Field of Foul Bay. St Philip. Green
- Ward Who perlo. BaM A <*ANE FUR at Carringum This wiV. meant :. BWM
UmtoaUtt. ..i *^ Plantation. Jti Philip on Mon- lor "*>' o ary and another
..I <>n the nav nidi" hunu eight and .. half ""
oi rHMrtal thai death aerat al Brat and second crop ripe
fractured afcuM and cane*, the property ot Carnnatun change. "Peggy'" -.till eon tinned
cident
M-128? _...
March 25
hicv,l
A I
fhe poaf
*ns ilue t..
ihajjc.
Harbour Police 'aid that Ml March 25 he Wii* ...
miiV^ong'.'he wharf when he * Meaner .ere, of fir*.cru,.
mm the deceased riding a hirvcie J1-* r?nM bfo"f*" <* Bulkelev
a : .:. I tin laxi stand in u*' '" lh "nc the cane*
.... imurad
- inor. Lisa, -
It M
.....ktrs
To tiie cat owners tb
change. "Peggy" Mill
hstates Ltd. ** look an*r ,neir " *
Another [Ire at Valley Planta- honest manner and there wa*
lion. Si C.eorge, burnt eleven an.l ** wmptaint of un article
being stolei
travel I
The

oUlded with DM
Hun
IHUI CHASE ot Call Hill.
ChrM Church, won the
Car Owners Displeased
The Highways ami Transport
jVpartincnt h.- now toforaned
- Piggy" that he will I
to another parking areaChinch
bicycle with the Ticket Village from May I. The car
motor bus and fell to the ground c *' ln lhf Christ Church Easter owners are UH displeased with
He won bleeding from hi ear- Carnival drawing. Ml step because as one told the
and mouth and was lying feet to The proceeds were donated lo Aavaoate, 'Peggy' is a link IB
the Christ Church Baby Welfare the chain ot our dally dniie-
lyague While we are working u> IMI
ALBRTB O.; ANNUM _., t!firi^iil*,
tlM sjsbM and bead lo ihe south.
The Police van tame and "><* trw-
tb* Mortuary.
Cyrlisl Recognised
He recognised the cyclist a* I
man called "Statue." He took tin
bicycle U> the Central Inve '..i n l>i-p:irtment.
Peiw Mason 5R-vear-o],i
labouier of Milk Market. Si
MfchL said that on March ?
LRERTHA <1 Ft ANN I'M o _
Long Gap. Spooners Hill. St \ic stui lhB, especially during
Michael, was taken to the tieneral X\M, war wnen lvrcs wIMl wncf.ls
Hospital on Monday night with wt,re jtolen and gas tanks tapped.
Injuries, after being involved in "Peggy" was extremely useful
an accident with the motor car p,>vc, anu ,(,,.. a ,^>mpiaint one*
M-M01 along Spooner s Hill "Peggy" was on the job
T^WELVE-VEAR-OLD Marjor.c "Peitt'- lold the Advocate ttt.

:
day last of Mrs. Iner Forte
I leen in good heal'n I KnROKTOWN B |- .
struck down i" s nf the Demerara hiul
jven \ s... let] in'
l .i worahippei at the itouncvtl 'A, it sj-slure ol ko.kIwiLI
Pllsiim Holinms Church In UM and ,iunitv"
I liiKn.lv respected ihe Society haa i
tier wiilina- schouurahto to tola I
Ma u> iM-ip at all Umn and hi-i
< tulsMan example.
The funeral too* place at Si
Margaret's after a service at th<
Pilgrim Holiness Chuich. and th-
at-* rites were perfrirrried by Hex
H. A. Mellor in the presence of year*,
id representative gath- year*
testimony
. Inrli -he i i.i
Iheu i
let tiMi n
t
Ccllege of ihe Wot Indies
caadntala selected bv Ue Uni-
^ ralti autsMi itasa
Called the LXiiutaia Mutual
Life Medical Scholarship, it will
ba v.dued 1300 a year te
Wight said there we
Wight said -here were
Maloney of Cave Wood, Si
alWKit 3.55 p m.. he was sitting Mu.hael who was treated and din- ^T",^ .fP.
under the lamp post In Tnifalga
Square looking m the direction of
Chamberlain Bridge. He saw
"Statue" coming up Broad Street
riding a bicycle at a fasi rait Ith
his head down. He rode from tin
Public Buildings and dime through
ihe Taxi stand by the Monumen:
Al the ..ime time there was an
oncoming motor bus going froui
the Upper Bridge to Broad Street.
charged at the General Hospital e*,!; b*'n"
for a wound on her head which she
received in a fight at a dance at
Bella Gully on Monday mornim;.
died at her home yesterday
morning at about 2 o'clock
The body was later removed to
ihe Public Mortuary where a post
mortem examination was perform-
ed :y Dr. A. S. Ctlo. An in-
quiry Into the circumstances of
The cyclist rode the bicycle dea'h will be held at District "A
right up to the front right side of on Thursday.
the motoi bus and fell off the -----
bicycle and the back wheel of the <-pHREE VEHICLES were m-
I us passed over the Mcjdt A volved in an accident along
Reuben Best a lighterman ol u-'airen-. Road, St Mtchael at
Chapman Lane, St. Michael, said about 1 o'clock on Monday
that on March 25 about 3.55 p.m ,0rnim( All were damaged but
he was sitting at the comer of the no onP w injured.
They were: motor lorry A 55.
Albert Springer of St
It would hurt his heart to go to
He would .it?"
r park attendant
Creat Change
ll l l\M BIGNOL
ll.G. Concerned
Cher High Price
Of Imports
insurance for
ftfisinrssmrif
WAlUtTJVGTON April U
The \ i ittd Btati low
la toaura A
inii) to Con !-
by lb
i
frlemll
The guarantee cow i the laklnK
if property by lotalitarun to v
rnlaintl which may come |i
rnrer in at y Marshall PU
rountry by levolution or militai
Oejqi i
But 11 decs nol cove- Wl <
dafaH* "i bualnai
Rriiter
gmts
>ffer sponsored
S Co-opeiaiion
aata to
na to invest in
condition* to the scholar

attached to ofM n
1
etof, * ." i >;'
dub lo roturn to Bi n.
and ser\-e the commumu in the
tltor he has qualified.
SCHOLARSHIPS
The UniVeraiU College ol the
West Ind ihe award
of ihe roUowtog kentrancc Behol
. \ n
: \ i i .. B
and R. Moore (Bi

E N l^ni lltritish Ou
B Vi.ki'i i m
Rodney Otic Saturday
The f,.na.tian NaUOJ
hip l-ad> Radne\ ,11 UTlVt
'ft It Wll
... Bg f,ii SI
I
British C
Every spoonful gives you -^P^sa**
more and more
energy and
f it ne s s 1
a ipoo-'i of K#plr gi'SS yow rich
.uppir of MBMMta sad D.
f> Thewviumin, jrt naiwrs't wot nwofbri,
| heslih nd freedom fro- illness.
Mao, women. (hiW.n-.ll iould Start
t.k.nj tasty Kapler* ic-Oor
KEPLER'
COD LIVED OIL WITH MALI IIIRAU
V BURHOU'.HS Wtlt-QM. A CO. PRODUCT
WoAiMfSjrSi-IMH. CatkH'tta, Nl-b
JB
GEORGETOWN, B.C. April 2*\
_. . _, British Guiana's Commission I
T&mPH AgenU are great 1> I
over the steadily increasing prices
Department has inlorme.1 him that
Lhnmtierlain Bridge on a bench
He saw a Deacon's Road bus
romo down through Trafalgar
Square while another bus canv-
Oanvn bahind >' After the bur
M-128? passetl him he sau a man
riding n push bicycle from the
Public Building's side. He rod.'
tha bu-ycle betow the lamp post
in Trafalgar Square with his head
down over the handle bars and
*.hnrtlv after he collided with tin
motor bus M-1287. He went lo
the man and raised his bands and
saw that he was dead
he will have to work at Churre o( tmport.-d good
Village from 30 a m until 4 3*) Referring lo this al the mnlh
p m with an hour for breakfast annual general meeting of the
He lives at Grazetie*. He has onlv Commission Agents Association in
one foot and one eye Ibercfoie the CUT on Monday nflemoon.
he thinks that he would need more Association President William
than an hour for breakfast if he Maurice Green said "The close of
la working at Chuivb, Village He the year 1V50 saw the beginning
lost his foot while jumping a Pail ot rapid increases In the prices ol
as n schoolboy ommodity goods based largely on
To "r^ggy"' the Lower Green sharp advances m the prMai "l
is a paradise tn wha- it was In row materials. Since then, price-
IfllO Al that time he used le continue to rise steadily, in some
look after cabs in particular, as ** u *** unknown within
there were very few car-. living memory.
At one end of the Lower Green Result of l.r.n nnm:
could These sharp increases
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache. Getting Up Nights
driven by Aioert apnnun wo*. -Unr. nn,i ha
n., romSj1 and drivSi bv at the other end. The fountain "lament drive foUowing the wOd
"%,CWchirds ol Miie" and which I, now situated on the g*** "'
Quarter, St. Peter and motor cai square opposite the Public library. *"
was formerly in the Lower Green
T 136. driven by Leon Bonneld ''Peggy's" last words lo the
nf Vaurlusc. St. Thomas Advocate yesterday morning were
The right fender and running "I would like to remain In the
board of the 'bus were damaged Lower C.
Fenders of the lorry and car were and t hav
also damaged.
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"1 ttlltntal- I'.-, ik
Lou ol In.f.i ami t,.| |,| r,.
.,. KMni r-. . .. ,i,r ,,, .
I xtjat.
ur,.. :.-.
A-I.i,--
tar* ron i
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< la>t thi '-.-- -.....pno-v aaa M h'-li"
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-* Mato K.dneys Dakar's W.T C
rito^tS'tUraaafar^
Ha a l-iltnr.ll. pr.p.r*d p,rJc>*U-
No BenefitNa Pay
K3?
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Cyst ex;
faan li .'
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m."S
Cm
"totiaraat *.... tNiuMATitht
ecn. The ear owners TO'Usall7and iittle"relief '
r1 become very atiachct
lil.n'ni.: From llfl
Cheater StoutC
from
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accident had occurred. There
was a man lying dead on th
road and a motor bus M-1287 the
the National bus M-1287 told the property of the National Bus Co.,
tcajrl that on March '-'" he ,, the scene. He*
driving the bus. He left the thai ihe driver of the bus
Probyu Street bug stand to go to Cbattor Sloute ot Ivy Land, SI
Paynes Bay. While going along Michael and the number of tb
Trafalgar Square In the directi.>n bicycle which the deceased wii _
of Broad Streetthe bus travel- ri(iin3 al the lime of the accident without prejudice bv
M-8916
_. .ml have had a most
harmful effect on the general
price structure of almost all com-
modilie-
As a heavy importing country.
this .;ilii.itI-
I be
foreshadowed in view of the fact
that major manufacturing coun-
tries are already producing war
materials at top level.
Indeed, according to the Nation-
al Industrial Conference Board of
the United State*. 1981 would not
witch moic of an expanded'
of output in the United States ahata'
ith the United States industrial ma.
loitering with intent to commit china is already at its peak.
a felony on April 14 on Bolion The same appears true of all
Lane, was yeslerdav dismissed the great industrial countries.
LOITERING CASE
DISMISSED
A case brought by the Police
near the scene. He found charging Winston "Waldum
' Chelsea Lane. St. Michael
De'ihi
"A" Police Magistrate. Mr. 11
Nile* appeared on behalf of
Walriron
The Police said that about
12.30 a.m. on April 14, Waldron
wni seen loitering on Bolton
i-ane near the ofllce of West f*.
Indian Suppliers Ltd. Whei
-(C.P)
GROWTH
pa pel
April
bout ten miles per hourhe
-uddenly saw a cyclisi who rush-
td tr> the bus and in the mean- The bus was about 29 feet and
time he applied his brakes and aeven inches from the body of the
pulled awai to tha left aide Ol man. Later the bus was taken ti
the road, but the cyclist had River Road where the brakes
alnady struck the rbjhi glda ol frara Uatod and found to lie m
the motor bus. the pan near the |iooci outer
bonnet. The man then fell off his After thit ...
bltrcla summed up for the jury who nt mnt time he could nol give sheet were tilled
The brake;, of the bus were without a deliberation returned a a satisfactory explanation news taken from Eiigll->
tested ami found to I-- in good verdict of death by misadvenUire Mr. Niles submitted that there jnnmal- B) Oetol>ei l. m..o.
oidei. PoUca Con.Uible 445 The inquiry was conducted for was no evidence bv the proMt-u- there arara i.TWdail) neW'P'P*"
Lionel Austin, attached to tha (he Police l>v Sgl. B. Forde of tion, whose duty It Is to prove in the United Stales with u total
Trail,i Branch at the Central the Traffic Branch Dennrtment their ease, that his client had an circulation of M.i-i(Miu. aorUffwru
Station said that on March 25 hi while Mr. J. E. T. Braneker intention. He said that then'were lo the trad* publication fchtnr
oniMniimM nt a report, he asBnl appeared on bahalf Of an Itatatett Just mere suspicions and that wn" and PubUI
The first American ne
ras Issued as a weikl> o
1704. to ,i Boaton DO I
.died the Beaton New
' After this evidence the Coroner asked what" he was doing there Letter, nnd l-ilh side:; of ti~ Mtigl.
summed up for the jury who nt that time he could nol give aheel were tilled largely
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Oli ashat a .
Hvtiutif'ul
Morning"
"""^y
k&v*& #
THE belt morninfi uiiisIIt an
ihe algbf hofor*... wlih a cup of
dtlicioui 'Otaattaa' bi kilnmr.
I'l"'i'" how> tli.i therr It
noihlng like Ovahinr tot foatcrlnc
lhai mti.it. re-toraitve sleep which
hdp- you to awake with new energy,
new confidence. . bright ot eye and
light f heari.
Remember thai 'Ovallinc' sleep
uime in a pcrfcctW natural way, for
'Ovaltlne' Is madr onlt from
Naiure'i hne.r foodi. Product* of
tiir ijfii. Onittaa' PantwaM ihr
liigheai *tandar.l< '.>r tht malr. milk
and et_> used.
Make Ovalnne vour regular good-
najht beverage. Ii costs so litlle
,t,i.
after u real Good
night's Sleep!
Ovaltine
t7/ie HZrldb Best Mght-cap
Srtd \n *u1itht ttn> I*
Hatband and i* rsawalliaf to^athtr
between May 1.' and Jl> 15th can
obtain HrTUlIN l.ektrs to- lha eat* ol
ONE way lere plus anly SOV
Fomily Trostl Plan return tkkaH are
aood 'or thirty days, and el (i"i
children under rwetva vf* *' at
holt ihe ad fAmr r*AVtt HAM ton
Coll I W IA lor full ialo'-nation ond
leek tARLY.
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BARBADOS $*# ADVOCATE
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F*rlntd by IM Advora"
ns *l lltMminw
ffWmili> April 2.".. I9.il
4.1 rims
THE problei i.i ge and proper
sanitation ol i i BridgvMwn is
h ial pub-
lie Tim lacl ifc.'. n ; the nutters in
the City .ii.' regarded as a' tcmpt.itmn t. hawkers arid
pedestrians to throw refuse <>f all kindi
into the gutters which .ire not Hushed often
<>r ngutarly.
Cflttetsm in tli- Press has been aimed at
rocofag public attention to the fact that
these insanitary conditions could have
been voided and even now can he rem-
edied by the public rather than depreciat-
ing the eflorl of the Sanitary Authority.
The construction ol these gutters and
the careless attitude of the general public*
I- which contribute; to the state of
affairs now regarded by everyone as un-
atlsfactory. But they can be removed by
an experiment which would cost the Gov-
ernment nothing plot* and would save
much energy and expense in the effort to
keep Bridgetown clean.
It has been sufigc.sted that instead of the
pen guitar there should be a cement cir-
cular gutter With an opening of about two
inches at the top. One side, that nearest
to business pram Inn, would rise a few
inch. Bhova UN other The other side
would slant at an angle of about 20 or 30
degrees downwards from the camber of
the road surface to the slot over the gutter
which admits water and small particles of
refUM which would be carried nway by
the amount of water admitted.
It is suggested that if gutters were con-
structed in this way, the water and small
particles ol refuse would find their way
into the gutter but the fruit skins and
cocoanut shells would be unable to pass
through the slit. The slit would he wide
enough to admit the handle of the broom
for scavenging and the broom itself could
be inserted at the man-holes which would
be conveniently arranged at suitable dis-
tances.
It might be that the services of the en-
gineers of the Highway! and Transport
Department could he engaged in carrying
out the experiment along a few yards of
roadway in the City. This would afford
an opportunity for the general public to
see wlist is needed and for the experiment
to be given fair trial in an area where there
is greatest pressure from fruit skins and
refuse from business houses in the area.
If there is any desire to keep Bridgetown
as clean as a City of this importance should
l*\ than there should he ready and willing
co-operation not only between the Paro-
chial Sanitary Authority but by 1 he gen-
eral public who OOUld wreck the entire
scheme and bring immediate failure to the
experimeni by persisting in the same care-
less attitude as at present.
The public will realise that this co-opera-
tion is a duty on their part. It is they who
will benefit from the increased revenue and
employment which come from a good tour-
ist industry and Barbados can only persist
in Inviting strangers to her door:; when
her streets and her City ore clean.
XO MEAT
on Saturday last the butchers In the
Public Market staged a strike which de-
prived the public of meat. They have
.signified their intention not to supply any
fresh meat until the Controller of Supplies
changes the Schedule of prices. But they
add that they are not seeking any interview
with the Controller.
No official itatemenl has been made by
the Controller or any other Government
Officer and the general public are still left
to wonder what will be the result.
It is understood thai negotiations are un-
derway and it is hoped that there will re-
sult some satisfactory solution. One un-
pleasant result of the strike has been the
refusal by iiawkers to sell lish at controlled
prices Tin- prices have now been put up
because of the shortage of fresh meat and
the public suffer not only from the meat
shortage but from the black market prices
demanded for fish.
The MacArthur
IftalKhoo
Don't tie Vooletl tfy It!
^ Author of Uip ill.
IVIr.n.-l tt.r.-I
Idiot* Ii.-ll.ht" ind "Th-
I .in.-, of "The i.ii, II... r
Fspeis of ll*i. > L. Hopfcln*" AnJ for to ae of Ur (i.tup of prrMituI *dvfen> to Pre*ident
Bjestnsav
harry s. rpi'MAN. president <-f Um I
States, may have muilc in- fi -lake-,
but nu one <'t iih in could be anributsd to lack of
mb
HU i. li.r (.i poUM \\nvd for sacking) of Gen-
MscAlthur required courage of Olympian
proportion* This is difficult If not imp-i-sibtc tc
XptaJn, especially here in this country, where
general?. SI* rlaOTOUSfe kept in Iheir |
The fact that MnrArthur's position is unique is
not due piiniitnjv ;<. bll admitted bt.!
s.ildier II is due to his deliberate, prolonged. and
position to policies laid down
by his Commnndor-in-Ctiief. the President And
that applied to Franklin D. Roosevelt .... fl| .
to Ml Truman
CEYLON AND AMERICA
SIGN AGREEMENT
l.ilrmnil of C>' ill HI r ;
t'-'.T | pjf) .i- ue ...in- I
under S*t FWii
null) ratified.
Till: ONLY TIMF tiii\ Mf;T
M Hake M*nd in o. ,., UM m.-. Trum.n
t out half H4> aero** the PaeSfla to SSSSI
\mi1.1 ihp> were r,,,.,,:, i (o her* FeaeSMM
romplete imm.....h :n the r.tr Hast r-iiey
This decision I was an obscure civilian I might
I'PSK'I HIM Kt through where others of far
The record of Mai-Arthur's in- greater authority had failed. He
subordination goes back nine gave me a personal letter of in-
yean. ImmednitH. it.: Pearl i"*"".....i
Harbour. President Roosevelt. Mr. larted "My Soar DaagU*"
Churchill, and the Combined nd H expressed the "hope" thai
Chief- of Start decided that pn- perhaps the general would find
Offt) l- given to Hi.- SfSfl in lime for a talk tt-.th me.
Kurope. that Hitler must be beaten There was considerable doubt
first before the waging of ull-out whether even that letter woul !
war on Japan. ** But it Oftd
This decision irked HacArthur, tived me most
and hli resentments multiplied Rti,c'"*'>' and as hwpil..bly at
when his former subordinate. w" powlblc in shattered Manila,
General Eisenhower, was selected W[J5."". ..arnw*'. JaDan*c sold
to command first the operations ii
know Eisenhower out tM !
don't think much of him."
II h;>- >uspiclon
that this sen'tunent was warmly
Ike.)
Wlun I :. ffsahtssjtti
ind reported \ the Presided'
what I had heard from Mae-
Arthur. Roosevelt said
Wistfully, "I *lh thai he mwI<
inriimr, tell some ..) them
things U me."

for Mai-Arthur* great rnistllthrg
,i soldier 1). COCSdoi
... campaigns in Now Guinea and tin
were still lurking in the ruins and Philippine* to be msstetptecei o
killing when they could. strategy of improvisation am
I had some three hours with the daring
tSthtraL He talked and 1 li'tcned. ._"? Roosevelt niso knew Iha
I was enormously impp
He seemed lo be the most fluent
U ii f the English language that ,imc>*' mlht have Impelled hull U
i had -v.>i beard, with the inevii-
sbU e\ti[,tu,n ,,r t; fj.s
Exposition of
HIS IDEAS
My prnuipal job was to sound
i his Ideas for the future
government of Japan
North Africa and then the mass:
invasion of Northern Prance,
MacArthui saw Eisenhower
getting the bulk of the arms and
man, the ships end slrpl
he cravedand he has seen th"
same situation aaveloplDs. aaala
Throughout the war, he plsadsd
his cause through all the elements
in the U S Congress sjld PtSI I
most bitterly hostile to Roosevelt.
He bscairu the hero "i tin- (sola- him out
tionists who were eager to dis- military
credit the President. oftor victory, which then seemeil
Itnoscvclt did not undcrrato very far away. I needed to ask
MacArthur's prestige He knew him only once.
that disciplinary measures against He launched forth on a most
this spectacular pcrsoni damage national unity in the Japanese past, present, and future,
midst of crisis wheu unity was He amazed me by expressing the
needed most, VSfw (subsequently proved BC-
Actually, Roosevelt was largely curate) that the Japanese would
responsible fur the promotion of prove more tractable than the
MacArthur 's prestige, which had Germans.
sunk very low during the Admin- His paragraphs. sentence.!,
(stratum of Herbert Hoover. phrases were perfectly eon-
Roosevelt ordered him out of f'ructed. turned, rounded He
the doomed bastion of llataan and delivered them with the grand
Corregidor in the Philippines, put manner and assurance of an
nun in command of the entire accomplished Shakespearian actor.
South-West Pacific area from *'* a'*o surprised by the
Australia, awarded him the Con- "beralness of his point of view,
gresslonal Medal'df Honour, the The words that hi uttered there
MacArthur had the kind
scanio small i which, in othei
Ma
American equivalent of the V.C
The President never missed an
opportunity, Ln hli qtsstohat, to
pay glowing tribute to the valiant
general.
And MacArthur seldom missed
an Opportunity l lend himself p)
I rum- p^JJJ
ila were fulfilled by hi
issumc the n: ii tie
then Now reduced lo
A < IVIL1AN
And now Harry Truman, tht-
peppery little man from ft
has reduced mighty Ca-sar to lh<
lowest rank of all civilian.
The repercussion' of thi*
us lion ore
audible, 3.000 miles away.
Truman** d< rnsstic foes art
attempting glceiully to blow it uj
into on act of high treason.
M .i Arthur n ride into Wash-
ii.gton on a white bone, II iii-
chooses to do so, and there i.<
scant reason fm hope that he will
choose a less flamboyan; i
It will be Hi, biggest outburst
of ballyhoo since the Return from
Elba. Rut san lb kept up foi
loo daysf
Support for
TRI MAN
Mar Arthur w.il be hailed
preme standard -bea
sctioni In Japan during the next jVf;'.""''1, ""' ,n*enaea
i, wasra, !!ul sobei Jll(lg""enl will reveal
political i
Mi-mhii lo
FAR BA&T
In ,l,,rui..l> I'U.'i I......I.e,I !.
the Baentan ->f th,. Navy (the
late James Forrestal) to BO 0B a
.-.pei-ial mission with the Fleet in
Ihc Pacific,
However, favourably as I was
d With the general, 1 was
dismayed by much that I heard
from his staff.
Their utter disloyally to the
the Chief of Staff of
the Arms', General Marshall -eras.
: hocking.
And I was well aware thnt they
would never utter | VOTSl,
asptclaUy to itranger, that was
at variance with MacArthur's
own private opinions.
One general said to me, "1
When President Roosevelt hear,! fhank God I don't have to asrVS
nf tha lie sent for me and instruct-
ed me to make an effort to get to
the Philippines, whue MacArthur
was then lighting, and try t.. e
the gessnfal
H<".wvclt. who was then about
to leave for Yalta, told me that it
was extremely dilucult for Wash-
ington to keep in full communica-
tion with MacArthur or to know
what was really going on in that bridgehead
where
dictated
or Hu
the raversg to \ . the truth
Nothing could have delighted
Stalin and Co more ihan to have
Jnnn.iii. Achi-sou. and Marshall
yjSld to the urgings of MacArthu
and his idherents,
and eonimit the United States t
i
l.'.nd of Ea.si Asia,
That would bavs meant,
America, forsaking all others.
Including Western Europe. It
would have meant ultimate.
abject mirinder to the cynical
unperialisti in the Kremlin.
tears ""''-* Truman stood firm
A hv ag",n!"> that, and 1 have enough
confidence in the good asBSa <>i
my countryman to baUava thes
will .support their President.
People here in Britain should
not forget that there is anotber
highly important Al
by
ilnd
Washington,
iH'lu-y decision is
British Impel lalists
Communists."
'We tlon't ftra
A DAMN"
Wiule 1 was in Manila
Mrrespondent told me of military figure In this confuse:
report that the Americans in picture, and his Influen
Oennany had artapUshed .> pubUc opmloji will not be nes-
TOU the Rhine at 1-gibW.
,'markable, mysterious
I US high-rankinp
had beari a nt out, and often Mac-
Arthur refused lo see them K-
I lues of "pressure of duties "
LSofnf'11 svan refused chief of Intelligence cheered
Uiein admission into i:i vast the- Willoughbv professed total egam
atre of war pleading -lack of ignorance of the IttUaUon m The title of this Ml
HUaUB| faclUUai Burope. -We don't give s damn "rhej lake (hi
The President figured that sine- BbOUl thai Ihcatie," he said. 'We __|, ;
Qamagan. in the current Broadway sue
i went unmedistely to get ecu- cess, c U Mo Madam*1, there !*
ilrmation of this momi-ntous news u song by Irving Ilerllu that
irom General wlUoughby. who brlnga down the house nt everv
was, and s is, MacArthur's pcrtormanci it ir. inplaudsd snl
encased again im
Water Treasure llmil
LONDON.
The Royal N;,v> latest re-
search shipH M S. Cook wlU
sail into the Atlantic this month
on a scientific pressure hunt.
And the all-Important
it will seek is watera particular
kind of watSf rich in the chemi-
cals vital to thriving fishing
grounds.
The fchip will contain naval
hyri-ogr.ii'hic n ,, i
the ocean's !>e successful Hie Ituti tishing In-
dustry may i>e extended and im-
portant seu-food supplies stepped-
up.
treasure hunt will not
! as easy a. it sounds 1*01 run
water that the Nsvy has i>een ask-
ed to find is not on the surface. It
has vanished.
Twenty years ago, fishing
grounds in um baUan channel
and northwestern? waters were
full of herring, mackeiel and
pilchards. Then thetr numbers
i.i decrease.
it has bean ihan ted that the
plankton, which thrlvi on water
'nil of phosphates and nitrates,
dllBppoarcd t i.iusc this ull-ini-
portant water may have "sunk"
Into a huge ocean bed gullv 200
lh of Ireland.
The Royal Navy research ship
iii sal] m quest of the "grand
canyon" on the Atlantic floor
where wab r-that-taaas the pUnk-
b n mai be iulden.
Sensitive Srho-sounding gear
will reveal (he general contour)
of. iiie'uhigaa*'d canydl
type of soiMging lei
new
III grab
minute sampirs of sea-bed mate-
ii .1 foi .. lenfiflc examination.
It is hoped fji.it the research will
lead t" new technique! In Br/Hain'i

I N S
\
Ol II III AIM IIS SAY
/'<:/. I nr f/ovSes
To The di'or. TUe Advocnf,
Bfri n hints
ipacC m your
a letter appearing in your Issue
April.
Under the title Help Warders."
"Chieftain" make in appeal on
behalf of the Warders at the
prisor I would like to draw his
i the fact, that on 16th
Ai.gust 1949. an address was
r.ioved b> me, and pascd bj ihe
Hoaaeff Assembly re L
GovamUK-nt employees for the

recently Ijeen In.
f.'iinc l thaS the Dill which will
, ...
ing drafted, and will soon be
[lai-cd iicfoie the Legislature,

tain, relief Is on the waj
I am,
far,
Your with thanks
T. O BRYAN
> p I
Tudor Ban 11
April ::
CIvuil'T flrit/jtrtouii '.-
To the Mtor, The Adooaal
SIR.i should in- glad ,f nu
would publish this small addition
to your "Cleaner Bridgetown"
Campaign, oiu- SSpaei of which
has. I fear, been uvcrlt>oked. I
refer to the present "method" of
disposal of refuse on the Princess
Alice Playing Feld.
The uibbmh is at pnootri
dumped on the naward sdaa of
the area in question, and then is
destroyed (theoretically! by
burning. But it seems a pity
that the Sanitary Inspectors, win
with officious vigilance Investl-
ary nook and corner of
privately owned yard*, do not
eps to improve the sjnte
ol affairs cm the Reef. Jh-re.
fi ,im huge piles of moulflcrine.
refuaa, few tiny curls of smok-'
arise, surrounded by thick masses
of flies, crawling "'I
disgusting heaps of filth, and then
dispersing, to render hideous tho
existence of residents of Cnaap-
I Upper Fontaljelle.
Only in Barbados, Of course.

i>oen spent on a Playing Field
which can scarcely be said to
llvi up I it- it iyal name, and on
. Pavilion which is s.i.i. tr. it avei
used foe its rightful purpose,
pass on the tint rimmed
:'. breed In the uaspsak*
able refuse dumps. Surely the
is entitled to a little
i i.nMilei.dion. For all the good
tho so-called playing field is
doing, th,. money used on it could
far more profitably have been fan
procure some form of Incinera-
tor, and at least the surrounding
OUld not be plagued with
files, as they are now
"IMSGVSTED "
23 4 51
Ri'pittrtttiiin
To AS Hkor, The .Ideocale
sir \ rotci i rself, would
you undly allow me lust to make
few i* marks, through your col-
umns, with retard to the Assistant
Registering Officers and their
grave difficulties, handicaps, and
a huti I read
8 to time In your columns.
'
' with pointing
which demand tact and
.
whan they are t> mpletad: bui i
do no) igras [hat the) must beai
the fabutn and icorns In aOsnoa,
beesuse thej in it hu
should alloM iln uublic I
the truth
ruaoV
Jarstand, that the method
properly advertised. I cannot
agree with th.it !
the public was told about it, even
al the very Housi
what they should prepan
one does not read or try to live
in the modern days, as it la said.
well then who is to be blamed?
The next point, son..
seem to think tl il thev had been
registered lread] in the past, and
what's the use of re-nv [<
That point. I agree)
es.pl.mat; Ql
e

I think it (- a very difficult task
on the ARCS i! they have to
work all through the week, on
their daily routine, and then have
ni an extra rt much nav
lo go on nl indavs tofo.
I. B CLAHKE,
Bridgo,
Apul 21, 1951.
AUTOGRAPH
SCRAPS & SNAP
ALBUMS
at
(From Foreign Agriculture)
Recently the Government of Cej If
"standard general agreement for technical
co-operation with the United States" and
tlu-ivby became the first nation to aatabUgh
formally this KlaUonsilip frith the ('<
ment of the United States under the Point
Four programme. (The Point Four pro-
gramme aims at helping the underdeveloped
areas of the world and was first outlined in
the inaugural speech of President Harry S
Truman in January 1949) Tho event is
significant, both because the agreement farts
a precedent for Point Four working relation*
hips and becau.se it paves the way Fof in-
ternational or>operatlon to raits Ceylon's
level of production and improve ils standard
ui Living.
Article I of the agreement says that the
two countries will co-operate "in the inter-
change of technical knowledge and skills
and in lelaled activities Mcsintied 10 contri-
bute to the balanced and integrated devel
opment of the economic resources and pro-
ductive capacities of Ceylon."
Other articles of the agreement pmvide
that the two countries will keep their citizens
informed of progress resulting from the col-
laboration; that the Oovernment of Ceylon
agrees to bear a fair share of the cost; that
liting technicians from the United Stales
will Ih- extended certain considirations, in-
\emption from Ceylonese taxation
and other diplomatic privileges, and that the
nl will remain in effect indefinitely,
union ether government gives written no-
tice thai ii v. ish.'s change or termination.
Ceylon, a small country lying oft* the south-
east tip of India, achieved independence m
1948 and in its new status is actively Iiym
to improve ils economy. Agricultural im-
provement is one of the principal aims,
especially in the realm of food oops. Ceylon
historically has been a heavy exporter of
three "money crops,*' tea, rubber, and coco-
nuts. Despite having rich agricultural re-
sources, however, its production of food
crops is low. As a result, the island is loiced
to use about half of its available foreign
exchange in importing such foods as rice,
flour, and sugar.
The Ceylon Government hopes to brini.
the island's agriculture into better halance
by encouraging more production of food
ciops. It plans also to carry out a modes!
programme of industrialization. Increased
food production is expected to rotull from
putting more land under cultivation and
from increasing production per acre through
improved farming methods.
Ceylon and the United Stater, began to
collaborate on the country's food production
problems even before the formal Point Fou.-
agreement was signed. In July 1950 thv
U.S. Department of Agriculture sent J M.
Thnmason, a veteran agricultural extension
worker in American rice-growing areas, to
Ceylon as advisor to the Ministry of Agri-
culture. Mr. Thomason has been working
actively there since that time and will bo
Joined by other Point Four technicians from
the United States. He reports Irom Ceylon
that, as the agricultural improvement work
goes forward, it is basically of BR I lament*]
nature and close to the needs of the people
As an example, he has cited the following
newspaper story from the capital city of
Colombo, herewith quoted in part;
"Simple domestic pursuits which would
accumulatively increase the national wealth
of Ceylon, if evecy rural rKtrneatead adopted
at least some of these occupations, won ad
vocated by the Prime Minister. Mr. D S
Senanayakc when he rlrtfTOTtld I rally tal
young girls and farm lads, at the Inaugura-
tion of the first officially sponsored Younj
Farmers and Landgirls' Club ai Ketnadeniya
Ambepussa. The rural hamlet in the Prinii
Minister's QOMtituenc) was astir from ai
early hour yesterday for the launching ot
(bis novel venture in promoting a love of
agricultural pursuits among the young people
in rural areas.
"The Pnmc Minister chose to approach
'.is young audience as 'one farmer to another.
He swiftly dtapeOed the llusl
nilll lfill farmer one bad necessarily to have
broad acres and vast herds >>l live
"He prarfeiietl to Instill in hit youthful
listeners the idea of every rural homestead
being made a productive farm by the adop-
tion of simple and inexpensive methods, all
of which would help to fill tha domestic
exchequer
"If the thousands of rural hi
dotted all over the country adopted these I
simple pursuits and sought to rehabilitate!
themselves financially and to secure self-
sutliciency in food for themselves and others,
the accumulative national wealth, he believ-
ed, would be many times the tutal of the
countryV present chief money en
rubber, and coconuts.*1
Advocate Stationery
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WEDNEHM) APKII M, IK.1
m:\\ ( (H SOL member
TAKES SEAT: CHANDLER
FOR U.K. FESTIVAL

D Chandler presid |j turned
;'' * W p "i j .a 12 noon.

froi n- Excellent) '<<> Governor, Infonntng the
Cp*"* ""I t>wn pleased i.> appou
able Mi. K E. Field to be provisionally a member of the
i' tuncil.
The President instructed the
Field to the
' KambM hi welcoming
the Pratt.
Ba> I H (haiwll.-r
>f the members of the
Alad to congratulate
I 1 Field on his ap-
til and to welcome him to
that Board In the pan! (he
I ......
setting help from the Senior
i IW Officer when they
la amend any Rill and
since he had taken Ins place an
1 Um COUB*

him lit.. . .. |n the
*
Ihr II,.m f y rield said he
k 'lie Chairman for
oma he had ace*
The iionhir the Cilen.nl lee.
' '-I message
from the Governor which referred
t i the Address of the Honourable
the LegtslaUva Council dated No-
28. 1950, neon
e the Natural Gas Cor-
iought into opera,
flail should b* made
to explore the possibil.iv ,,f | sev
tlemci.t with the Bill
ofM i mpeny hy meam
lite onv ini.i >. message staled
-
lo the eotapany early In December
ining under
:ms the company would
aceapt the lease and that In dm
I ....
t that thee
not prepared to reopen
lions.
BARMAIXJS ADVOCATE
lit Tin- House
) vsterday

4,ooo em/gr i \ is wILL Asthma MUCUS
go to \merh:\ u*t?\u*

m


r
i
i '
____________ >
from palr i
ran Govrtnmrr.: paid ull m,.
pana -
Th.- b.-,i t|,. , e

timrnl lo
U non.vla.vs_u, M
of Ihelr pasnacr up and pan of ,t
.... M ><'""n ha. t -
The Govrrnment ate considcr-
,, mo-Murals of Ihr passasja of Ihr
. ::,_,"__.,_!.,_ J_^! !".."!. '}.-". "" -" ''
1
-a* IH1 portal mic-rla i
i
i Ml ana
i
in m ..,.;. .
I 111. .
..
, : Km
'*i irad i
arork m< rely to n
inent
At the short spare ,.I time thi
Resolution had bt
he had endeavoured to mak"
BOUI ''
a-ata mptoyasi tvai
working day for the 12 week-
would make approximately %'SC
Mff week or *3- (or UM parted
the -1.000 people would therefore
them to pay une-lhVid.'seelOg that "''! Pr*.n.ately Ihree million
this work may be ( Radian dollars during the
reeta If the work lasts leaser *" * period of that
" B'11 ,0 rnight be nece**arv to a*K the a"1"1"'- ' 'east One-UUl
more than on, ""
third. Hon. member* .till
ft none* at ,n* reason for this as I go alon. *| U_al the worta
P.tiw, l.m He would remind hon, Bam. we-thlrds of the return piusa*
I'.r.l tlm.

I Ihr II Prut
_?_. """"'< '<"> prtibablv'did not 'hr -hrmr would ro.l llir colon!
nord lo be rennnde.1. lhal whei, around $180,000 ,j atoun.i 16 on
<* o, ,. r_c <,.., b,_, ,., HE: " " dirncull for us 10 lucceod be arm bark
!_!iK?_=S^-Jr_ S____-"* ........"*. cr.wl........

The Al !m nent
i a-.1i.-. ... no longer pa.vuiK 'l
Ml lal rnuf tnai ir.Nenf. rhtfe
m -Mark. f Hrnrr-htn. or A-tt-m.
n.I .our llrip _n.1 <-.r-r tn>lhfF
t-J? i'f1" w'"1'" "rlna ataff-
DACT) Thl r_I m.d^tBkla no) _
rnli. Injorltoa or prr.r. bat wor**
throiifri il< Wood, ih.i rMcnini is*
'.tine! and broncMai igbM Th* flt.i
(ion frl. n-lplr.( i_fur ImmrJi
It I wars: 1. Il-'p. Mun in< rt-
m Iht^li atr-nali-ia. imwin : T'-,n
proinrt-. frwr rtn-aiiMni n-aa-our le-
Bi .r.rf...M*if itMp J Hi
I- li.\nMr(, wharlk. i
g>4i'_ -.i.i.rti,,- .t m..-.r b*A
a_tni<--.i oat atMNDA -'
He was always
TIRED
NO FLEAS
ON THIS
DOG..
ir.tt.rM r
i Hi lUflraai W k I
^lin. Kith thc*l f
... -
Utpwayi and Tr-n-ti.
t Th* (!(,, -rti.-ui
i M ;iftmtttealy high, but
they could make bagUinlni
here and in the lljgl .
T the IouV'toJ
and the eoai to the empl ,h' '* I
from the Bahamas. Bci-
etc.. than from Barbadi
if he
|KHple from'
' Drparlmci-I of
ri orul anolhri
li>ni Ihr a* me
POSTAL PACKE1
RATES FIXED
lav i ,,,., .. '"* r,
he would do
Thai was why in the past if,.,
employer hai u I
ba.rB1Jned w,,1> i order that iha
island might get qu.,t*i ol
workers. He was saying that !
cause ome people whet I
m the newspaper that Jamaica
ling ihree ,
sands to the States, weie onK
: erlUcuai Ihe Qovern
ment It u> not. however. Ova
tna I- .\ eminent had
.
It wnulil i,
utinn >esteiday fixing the A.mrr,n employer la
postal packcm to be ".'. worken. from -la
to
iion f. r: fiei
The Unii lie i|ie Colonial
Mad Ihe fnllowhi>(
doeumentt:
i Public OAteri Loan and
i Allowances I S
1951.

(Amendment) Order, 1951.
3. Report on the Progress of
tM ltiirbados Ifograiiiine u<
Development for the perio 1
March. 1949 to February. 1951.
4 Barbados Gctteral Hospital--
.:.i Btalejfieni of Aceounb
for the yaai tndad llat at March,
1950.
5. Report .f :).
Customs on the Customs Revenue
Trade and Shippitii; ol I
r-.r the jrear isitf
*. Report <>f the O
for Development and Well..n
1 | Wi It I f UN ''..I IBM was tji
The llun'blr It Clullrnor pn hfl
.....Select both chambers of the legislature
11 Id onlv then be giving
and repon BUI Intituled at Mr Rock his due for the good
Act to make provision for hobd; y. ., rvi,.Cs he had rendered
with pay for eni
The II.......i Dr. 11 G. m. -i
i the report of tl
Commltti o
tha Hill 'n provide
f<.r the reiiiilation of Public
get
.... nea V
Barbados.
Mr. M K fox said that rm"on charne la eancarnad, thes,-
ui terms <-t the ,. workers have to work m Wlc..i.
Postal CoavenUon hei.i " "l* ' l* aetunatad ihat th.
Pails m I947. and kl roault "'s' of transportaUon bv air w-.n
might be asked to send mon UV
could make the nece imrt rhingea
Ha arat not praparad to agrae
with the honourable sen mi BntM
bar lor Bt la i i il they had
I iraat compnu
both Mealeo and Puerto Rico
i ... ,, but ,
laaxloo ; ha unwil-
ling to i and had
alternative In Banding troop* *c
Kl !.'
i that ti>'- Mexican Oar-
ed that her <*<.
lid not permit her
large numbara; there*
fore, it war only Puerto Rico wh<
wt.ulrt be offering serious MCflpg-
ration point
had bean raachad there, n was
out', the WaM Indies from wblch
could exi-vt rail HI) to
i..
Hon F E Field was born
In mil. lie entered Harrl-
1 Ui ue in IU'20 and ir-
riained there until 1930. He
studied law al Middle Tem-
I ridon and was colled
to the Bar in June 1933 and
in August the same year
was Introduced to the local
bar.
In 1941 Mr. Field went to
the Bahamas and stayed
until 1947 when be
next went to Nigeria atas/Jng
there for thin-
Mr. Field Is >he son of Mr.
II A Field of Brighton.
Black Hock.
mi u h p ,. devaluation, it -.v.. ,, ..,, ba Km United Btatei doUan i i ("' wnnted u coned tru I pn
ttas to for Ihla amount, :> Unltad Blai In Iha mind ol tha honour-
Mintrlas In order for this aollgri which i* ecnitvalenl In Die kble aenlor membei for si joatph
; I;|I";I1 ' neaj its ..hhga- ewrt of Uvnaportatlon to Jamali lo tha tlTcel that Ihr Opn u
',. ; M;;" "' L-nivei will ham la M s^vancad bi u w I aliva to the rweaaaitj r...
vl i?1 M"!?"" >" due course the cost of repatn., vmiKijtiuii Ttte Ounoaituui'wna
rmitTMion lo Ihe tune of half, he loxDayrr wu iSZSbJZt,.
n.lljon doll,,, W,:, hkc.v ,.,i;,.',',dr,;','', tK ",c '
H bark, If the worker, pay purl th,- worker,
of the colt i.r tranaportalion .1* \J S.A
pntpoaed, 24B.O0O." ||
Then
MUSCHEN
brcKigfi. a happy c.iange
AfttT-aUffTtng frui
onmplnjnt*. tnt i
l-ll U-. I,
-,! ll n

'lorcxanc' Duumg P.hvJ.t ..
g-ininu HIH. k a potcnl killer of Ingact
pests on domestic animiK and pOURr| H B
ptcasant and non-iinunl t.< annul er user.
' 1


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"fh:
I
tla.IL * .]
UU joy of livii
''L'p to a monin *t .. I h*-l
ngrMl coal ana m kldmv
1. :-i ,
and 1 ganarall;

mny renn- i,,
iimti I ,-
trla, la four wmI
IrsnutoMtisiioT)
it u gaunt in .,> aJira '
The ktdnovx an
the ho mi
Ittgirlah.lminiM-
blood Mnani and (ht *+<\ of
half-a-d. >r
1
l.>H.ui.. 11. 1
.;:
.'
POItllli.Hl- n .Ira --aa. -..I
>|-i.|IimI Tht>n "Um.
(vctimen a to) again
Give K1

ui
'LOREXANE
DUSTING POWDER
IMI'I HI ,1 f III Mil | ,|.|HHM\( H ll< Ms, I IMirill
V s BRMIIN 1 SONS iHVKHinos, IIMIIU)
J- Hal BJam It BJ
l O 31 O la i: \ I'
a sic
MH. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.tributor..
CM fOI
0< H'fi r.
Ilx New Rates
lor Air-Loiters
Ml
of turn
party
l-i reporter that
ever coma ', 1
II ! ...
King the air i
lettei '-M in- to
RaooluUf
"In short, we i
--'X,w,:r:'i;oi5"w,,u,
face up to ,jvm,r "l ,ho wheme as ,
(lion m.ii T* temporary relief to unem-
i.vw in* 11 ..,.,..
Tl Ll
li4i;,u",:.;,;;,;,nM;;'il),i;i K pay pan of the repatriat
raport
11.in- appuuitad l
eporl on tha Bill I
Paotlval The Hon J I). Chandler r/U
.led i" tha Council u> bo
thali re| raaantatlve it the Pta-
llval 1 1 Britain.
The Han. Dr. II O. Maaalah
the presldenl.
much
June I. 1951.
Mr M. : Dan ID moved the
paanng of the Baoolutloo.
Ho Mid that Article 5(1) of the
Postal Convention held Ifl Part
in 1947 provided that the coat ol
conveying a letter by air
paid i>v maaiu of rnaeia] al
mall lea >n ddltlon i. tha normel
postage i.Lie A, the normal rates
yment.
Indeed so many persons were
tha "Government will h... e ^'''l,'^ ""J"" A",'""' F S'A '"'
to llnd $2,10.000. Another thing Ui !^HST^ *P
take Into consideration is Ihat the "!''K \' '"" "'*'"' Hi"U,s ln lhrtl
Government might also have ,.,'""kl',s l" !*' th-ir own fares
get this amount again if next week It would be true o say thai >
the United States asked for mort aJJ tin. and at all seasons paopli
men. nrara arJdni lor arManca i< 9M
"The Government under Ilia them into the U.S.A. as per-
eireuni.stiinees (eel. esp.-cially moment lmml| I mi
ttiey havi ,i b> a num. In eonsidenng Uug l0tM
The.lon-ble.lr. A. fl (-to pre- *J JUTKH
"* lh" S< to aSfTtha President U>
Ihrw his name lo \tc piven as their
,l,1l a .ui-. n-, a.|.- l.i.rriUII r,lt(3 a -.. -.------------ ___ ...
.cpect f Kmlfn countrlo had '*:', "''i'''; "h" -.re ...iio,i, i tor, ,,,.,], MjAjn
uld
si und mind v
necled therewith:
Tha PicsKient Instructad tl".*
Clerk to have the rc|ioris prmte:i
and circulated.
The Council concurred hi l""
0 the ex-
pendltura of unapant nuni i
money to be ui
Ud one to inovide ad-
ditional Bcccanmodatlon at St.
: : i. fl
capacity aa Prealdenl of thai
* .uncii. he rrauld be ible
h> represent them with all the
He thought he waj vofdng tha
feeling of every mem In i
the table than then ha said they
WOUld be idad to have him accept.
Hon. II. \ Cuke a-ii nornUMtlon. Ha iald :i;it it war
1 tot ban to add rat .-
inn it) to "hat UM Hoe Di 11 Q

Column 1 Column 2
AlaafU (USA.) locanti
Aruba .. 10 ..
Curacao 10 ,.
Dutch Gular.u . .. 10 ..
Hawaii 16 .,
St. Thomas. V.I. . 10 .,
Later ol Aw rica 10 ..
mra i iraffully.
Mr. M.
The Council paara 1 bilh to Massiah h.-d said other than that
authorise the expenditure of such (H. ,,.. ,., mlin ,li;n-,-n,ent with
aUDM Ol Un unspent ,e feeling that he was the right
OUt Of The amount of one I m,
thousand, three hundred ILwi. J. I). Chawdlee -aid he ap-
and twenty deluu i .. pn latad van much the honour
of loan undei lu ihey had done hhn In nomlnatiiiK
lrtan Ail. 1938, BUd I 0 .(.resent the Leg
works ljin Act. 1H41 for Hie Im- Council at the Festival .f Britain
i < Ktemion of water He wa.* willing to do nx
ip|:]\ ,,im tin a. mpleUon Of other He raoUaad that his nomination
.i therewith. was because of the lad thai ha
To amend thi B Inj Bai h i\<' a President and tture was noth
me personal In the matter Ili-
would assure them thai he would
do his best to represent the inter
eats of Barbados and the Count
1914
Ihoriec Iha payment of
:idditionaI gratuity and pension to
James 11
;:isscd a fourth Rill in any deliberation Into which be
rfcsB Iha payment of a might be called.
gratuity. ami pension lo Charles Hon. G. D I. Pile said that Ihr
ll A Itock, former oftlcial Coun- nomination was not purely because
id reporter, the Hon. J n Cbandlai wai In
The Colonial Secretary. Hon the Chair, but there were other
R N Turner, said that M: Rock pewonal feelings.
was not a pensionable Iliiei* in Tha Council adjourned to mn-t
neaning of the term but " 12 n,-,n today.
the members of the House of--------------------
It w danlrable Kr1 f" ""' SUWs '"", whu *"v oVC" '""k "l "" l,,|y '""' "'* '""
to effect a ttorrsssneadfeu mere,,*.- w,IIln,,l P=.v bo">^ of the passage, if view ,,f dollars and cents Tha
in the Air LetteV iVfte' fT- ",at lf ls onl>' fmr Io n^" * *'*""'' 'h'"'^ '-' *eW4
ppportunltj hid been taken to ex KSftan,7 '" p**??- "nl1 lw.....| ' a",1"1' '': ,,,v --eniplpymen
tend the Air Lettei Sen ce to th. l"1"1' .' f ""' "'x'"" '"-'"* ';l;,,h !'",k P*** '" ""
Hawaii Island! money.' The whole mallei wii, the i-nd i.f ever er.,p .....I second
The Schedule lo the Resolution OTC !hal ftff nad lo v'"' Si '" u>'\ ll,l,v o1
UM nnmignints through UV-
-. money they eent back. Thirdly.
* '^ lahle sum ,at money
the motion for the passing of the wmi),i i*. pilt ltt, circulation and
Resolution. be a benefit to the entire corn-
He was glad, he said, that at munlty.
last they had u ray of hope in in recent months, much had
getting 4.000 of their people t bout woman l>ring
S'.des While it wai true sent to the U.S. A as workers
that the number might be small, and some hud actual!, bean
be ''it ihat with condlUocu in the racjataced for that purpose.
world loday as they were, the The honourable senior membei
workers might be asked to remain ( St Joseph had said nothing
longer than expected As a result bow this prcsBosal. In rnna>-
the Island would gel a gieateg S^f*" lt*PuM '"" ,a,r '" ">
,.,.,,, that the Government bad IW in
Mr W A OTaarferd (O said ->tion to send women
'vie r-"^..,-r. -w ., ll.... E,:r *al at Its highest level THUgTa- J?* to * ** s A in June thli
Rudolph Dunbar, world famous '"'-n was of assistance mm >> *
COrsdUCtor and leading authority many points of view Iha) no on. " "o|reti irat in fuiur.
onat. whan he returns n>u*d question any reatonabi. ,, ,''',,,l','r'''*n /'',l1'1 '"* l
t British Qulana h homeland, expenditure in order to i........" .l'..pr"1
In Mav 01 .1...... >t At its lowest level, it
Atkinson recorded rnaraly as unemplo*
Plaid also bi the British Oulani roller. To took at tha mattet rrern m* thsi Inn ai
I l : 1. in which he played that level, the imamploymgOl J7tl3|Bnn1
in his I 'i luatnm in Ihe eolom m.l- mi ftl them'
II te flown to the ramp south grave that they wen Only last week he h
y to be received by the , expending any iea-..n.ihle opportunlto "I
amount of money. Very often Jamaican who was a mei
governments were compelled t< tha lagaj ffdemii, .,,
pend huge sums on unproductive
g> On r i I
Itig \V I'lcomt-
Awuits Diinbur
OBOROBTOWIf, B G.. Aprd 24.
big welcome. Ulcludloh
. iil.m
, nn op|N,ii.lt,n., .,(
. U.S. A Then- vi re
work which
could do bettar h in n
lad the passing of
legislation to provide Mm with
n :> similar bMll
The Han, J II Chandler, nay
ihat Mr Rock was ippotnted i
BRONZE STATUE
he
NEW YORK. April 24.
B i end to the elty
\ew Yoik a bronze statue of Jose
Bonifacio de Andrndk Bllt
' Brattlian independ-
fhtr Chandler! was nnde ence. the New York CitJ
lember In his experlenca Corriroianonar, R
. t. Mr pock nounced Reuter.
)f+9i**to'>to9*QW>W>9*tttoM&*9>tt***0*W'SS>**A
BMI-HOYS!
Mainlain Ihe Health .,' S
\ ^
fl your animals and pre- ft
vettt Disease with - X
RANCH BRAND MINERAL I
SALTS
n iin vir.x.Mix n
#/- p*r BmtOm
Stork owner. MipplemcnUnR their feed with ftanrh" Brand S
Minerals know they are supplying the finest quality minerals 5
balanred for rarh < lass of stock. 0
HMI.IIIS I.TD-4H Branches
Of the ,
ptpulacP. to all jppe.u:nii-
less warmly than MacArthui
in the Un'ted States. (C.P.)

t LXVLK riwwi
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
Thvro in a
mazdenfom fa
VT havi- Ihrin in ilia* folloa. ,nt; St. I.. . .
AI.I.II-1TTK C'olton i i IVach and Wliilr
mitl Nylon in IS-urh onl>. Sii ; :I2 lu :|H
VARIATION Ctitlnit in Wl.il.. mid I'-arh
Siira : :12 In 10
STSSPLSM IIIILU-TK.IIT and
MAIDENRTE in Sulir. ind I.arr and
Siilin and Nylon. Sija-% : :12 lt> 38
evtiy type
Figure
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, II. 12 At 13 Broad Street.
.*.'.',',-.-.--,-.
',',-,*,*,>-,-,,-,,*,
LADIES
WANTED
To know that we are busily cii...i...il in npcn.it",
DRES8 MATEBIALfl ol Ml duineripUonj tor mi.
BIG DBE8S MATEB1AL DIKPLAV which is
si licdu led in heyin mi
MONDAY 30th April
This show lias been .,., ..-d with the co-opera-
lion of our numerous (l\erseus Miinulacturers
whu hiite sent us COMlgMnnnltl of the Hues!
t|iialii> ami asM.rlmeni of PLAIN. PASTKI-.
FU>KAI.. and PRINTED FABRICS In SILK,
RAYON, TAFFETA, SATIN. LINEN, CAMBRIC.
con.IN. PERCALE SHARKSKIN etc. clr.. suit-
or* lc Irr any unit every ircusion. In short, you
will huve tin- same oppuiinuitv of seeinc a repre-
Hnlatlva rauur of DKISS MATERIALS at N. V.
WILSON & CO. as Ihe folks who will nllenrl the
11HITISII INDUSTRIAI KAIR IN ENGLAND
and hny Ihe pick of the \trirlv al lowr.l possihle
lirires.
And here
talent i
is nn iipiiorluii'iv lo n- .l.a ".mid your
To every 820.110 you spend you will heroine
entitled lo lie asked the origin of six different
MuleriaU. Cpoii corrrclly unswering four out
of the six. you will he ihe recipient of a
DRESS LENGTH of
your own choice FREE
Here we ftva you an idea of the origin of Ihe
materials on display: Czechoslovakia. Ilong-
kong, Japan. Ireland. The C.K.. America. France.
Italy, <>ernian>. Ilnllaml etc. etc.
And
Ladies, don'l
offered
ihis opportunity
N. E. WILSON & Co..
The Cltrn Modern Slnre carrying Ihe most modern
Hi. Material.s for discriminaling I.mln-
l>...I :*.7.
31, Swan Si.


,r. six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.V I51
iENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
------------------1 At .-....
E-^UE A -CWot?*.
AX>0 KUMT'.. Tf -K>J ~\E TO \
abound ON TLIi
BiT-jPOt-D
O^ ?P ^,f-
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
coi. la-
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
THE GAMBOLS
BY APPLE BERRY
.10 wen th*t otoifoe
WOUtOWT PUT UI4 OtP SOiT<
. THil OuiTV CtPftCABD
ll T|[N UP THfc- -.AOOtfCtti-
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IlL PUT OtOt'&i-- OLP WiTf
IN THfc- OffA*i-5 TO MAW'ti
offt i?oo*\

rue- cuPftoA..
Ht LA\0iH6M
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

et tmt LAuat-a-orsrco: ,_____

. GPlNOSlK itL MA'/E
TO FACC HM-I JUST
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KiP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
AC-ys, nitvv!
KXj'vC IC5T!
cm **> .
MiiW KA1LL
NfcvtR. F.NO
A MORE
GLAMOROUS
YO U!
nio'-l beautiful MM 'i
H ........... M).......BssTa' F*rr
rwudrr to ri.han.e their Inveli
nr.v Fallow, their lead and **
nr'al a difference the rich! shade
ui fit. |,..m.i.i rut make la your
<>.|ll|llr\i .ii.l | l| .1 il 1411 look
Mlit-.l ll.n-y.N Ih. 1,11. I silk.
I'uiid's Pfe Pt.di-r i-. a* Hnel
I. viarcii M ;.i\mIi i un br So it
MM mi wllh r\lrj |iii i.H Mnnotli
ui In: fur liuurs
I'om.I's | i.. I nrdl r i^ dfhralrlv
IH-rlnm-d Mi tMMM In tin ador-
Uf Itt.-mtl.M.-r Ih Van II lir.rt
It Jl all Ulr li^.| I..-...HV ...iliilrrs
Vigour Restored,
GlandsMadeYoung
Il 24 Hours
^
ik> HIM Mr. I- W0'W.IT*^,^ ,.
H- -w> will. Bl.no of"'""*. **
__ ad *. "** -*** -* '
TO In vur vriM Ik U luxira " **
%m4 . u. wnni'a ...
SST 5rai-ri- _uo r^ "-i "";'
.(BMa H-l * *Oor Bettor bUO A -\-
3* _}- < unia, itn.i itm
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I SACROOL
."
< -
POBIira FACE POWDER
i\ 6 LOVELY sinnrs
S ll Cam Vonqurr >
yourn alo .;
SAVHOOL in \
on salt- at \
\ KMI.IIIS LTD. |
; and all other Orua Stores $
V/,V.VA'.-.'.'.'/.V.VAV/.V.''
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEOAL offers lo all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
Quaker Oats (Pkgs.)
Glace Cherries (Pkgs.)
Vegetable Soup (Tins)
N0W usually now
Tomato Juice (Tins) 37 32
32 Ovaltine (Tins Large) 1.24 1.08
20 Velvo Kris (Pkgs.) 51 III
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Till: ADVOCATE
y/*.V///M-,V.V/.-.'/.'/.'.-.'.V.4'/.V/.v,-.
! HAS
Tin: ki;m
books i.\ io\v\
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
I ^^^vv>^^v/''V/.^^^^^^^^^^//.^^^^v,^v,v,,,AW
FOR BETTER
COOKM1VG
PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
CH.IOWlHUTtDTD ^V ~^>-lc I
' up This mwnin&Abmiwng's
UELJETrE*iBl] ALMOST
SET IN TOE WATEB-V OVER I
' T'v..'.-
DeWitfs Pills
."* madr ip-cullj lot
BACKACHE
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
OUR GUARANTEE
T-f Witt's Pills *n-
-Kir under -tnrtly
h\-eien rond U yoi grt sharp sub. of pain in
yotit back when yon ttoop and,
other tiinrs, there n a dull and
ontinnona ache, the catue can nry
o*ie'i be traced to the kidney*. These
vtt.ii organs should filter poisons out of
the system but sometime* they get
sliiggiah and congested and the backache
you sufl-T is Nature's way ol warning
you that your kidney* need assistance.
A trusted medicine for this purpose is
De Witts Pills. They have a cleansing
and uaBMbe action on the kidneys, helping
to soothe them, tone them up and restore them
to function naturally. There is a long record
Of success behind De Witts Pills, which ha-e
been relieving sufferers in many parts of the
world for c*et half a cent nry.
If you could read ren a few of the grateful
letters sent in by barkache suBei-anl who have
foond relief Atir. Liking Oc Wi'U PHUs you
would rralirr that your Buffering may also be
unnecessary. Why not try them for yonr
trouble? They may be rust -."..M yon need. Co
to your chemist and get a s< >ply right away.
FLORENCE
m* OIL
Stoves
AND
OVENS
PE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney, and Bladder Troubles
(ITY GARAGE TRADING (0.
LTD.
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I'-VlillUIHS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
'CLtPHONI 7S00
For Birth,. Marriage
nnruinMi-ivi. * C.rt
Fh.ll. I
In|i(inH ->
t M HM
MlUantlvwd. Toimacavh
> .nltpn, Jill for ***

DM I'
ml I* l*M
Vgggrai
iDaughtel
rou SALE
MMMMM (Korg- * Tl MU aad
-undovr 94 womU owo* a*
-*"! 3 mil nord mM-< eortia a
ward JMf"
At'TO.MrtrriVE
IBM Pnrd I" h p km mile.**
r .9l-*i
.
r SB :
IN MEMOR1AM
on in* Xnii ,>i Ap
The -hurk a* t-j1 lhe hlu seter*
r IKooghl that
I
tell
The pain nl parti
Ever in h* retmini..-
Ai.it*. Mm
II SI In
F.lfM \IIO.V\l
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I Srv'l" |BI -'
Jgf Excellent
'ml olTcr Phono
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...On *ith tt engioo
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M It <* p* aoara h-a m *.adiv. "" ** pa- ocmio ha* on luini
nim-iim ,^,-^a |1 U en waak-oU.i ""-m*. iti-gl |l II m stork-da.*
tad |1 W aa ^iwddyp " UN on Jimdaf.
I OH HIM
RF.AI- (STATE
matmKtcm
i.


NOTICE

nffk* 1
i NaaaH
'Mega pw tl frui
.Ijki t* Word* *.
I >! i
ml for V, monlh- rroni
" May i.> iMh October Beoaonabl*
ml far careful lan.M Apply C.
r.ndrard. Dial *T1B
I I. VNtK".
hi* r.tu>
PIRSO.SAI.
OLUVAM lagg t*ahi**> .* I do no*
holtt myself laaponubla lor I I
Starting aB *
In m ".n onl*a > a auUou ord.i
"r"- *- MOM
La.-!.
S' Michael.
Pr.da, ri'.
LA Ml >l P
mani Wood* Mar
Hood
.
M II PaMa
n la
I ..I Lind *
NOTICE
rTKNITl'KK
MALVERN ACADEMY
i in s* n i i < iii \r-itii

a .11
TAKE NOTICE
Ideal Mill
nan Itardttood Alia*.
Cm* and Rush r.J"> Chan
" >
Cl US T". with ,
hand Jut
.ling Sim..
H .:.- '..(-
II I', ir,..
raw MM and
I r.-.'l.-... .
i.'i'i) oi now and second
I a.m. lo

da-
I -*rvan(- room ,
lho ran
laker Mr Bet moor Done..
i
e Competition al our offlii
Stroot. Bridgetown. o Piid..y Ihr rth
April 1*91 at 1 p.m.
CARR1NOTOM A SEALY.


i n.AT TM Camp.
ip On-tho-Boa I
&1 Ml>. K Hurt. <" *
31 J M II ..
The idtUo ji- horofefr wamod ad>
too Hhvphordi aa I * <'
hold mIt nrap..l.r PM ot
ono !* i-miiiaciinB any dobt or

..!.,
TAKE NOTICE
MILKMAID
tac.e sim
"MALTA '. Cattlowooh lor IHr monthi
I Juno. July. CVIobor and Novomboi
,.-l Hra I. Waotfcarhi.il. r ,. J K.
\ Co Lod U: .IBM
It 11 In
no
Mm
TRo puRllc aro hoi.
IMA H.K-K
CIUIIIII
rrauomihlr !.! IM
MECHANICAL
Ono ill Rominflun Addli
n irood rondilion I'tur %;
. | .
OI ITpffll
DUPLICATORS H*0
v-.l A R Budrn 4
Phono 4is
i BtCTCLB- On* Boy. Ralrign
Hicvolo It" Ira mo. In good condition,
oomploto with lo.k. bill und
f SB*. Olivor Johnson
MISiU.I.ANEOrS
ANTIO' AS
OI
1 ilastrtpllO'
-------,-----------------, fln* Btlvai
B*i*r>oioura. Karly hooka. Uapa Auto
. f-aphs *1C. M Gattlngr* Anllqua Sbot
djoiolng hoy*: Yaobl CTub
! THE Ml n INC .
1 V 1
-t.l.i
undor and by
Stato ol St York. L'i
Ainorlca. whoa* trado or I
M 1W. Eaat 44tl> S1r*ot. ]
USA Bl...f-^.,n
1h* 1
11 ..111. V

BBl I |M
' t- building o
...i I0O. .ilao Fir*
. Tho Old Ico Co Print* 1
I l-n
r-alrtrarton .il irado .. _
-a- ol R**ior In roaport ol lubatanros
iiwhI .* rood or a, ln*T*diriiti in loodi.
ripccially prodiKli cunlalmrii: rallk.
an month liaaa Ih-
April I9S1 unlow mm* ponon -h.1! in
| gupl , ...

ol .
mi itra Hon. Tli* tiad* mark
**n on pphralnin at m nrnc*.
t> IT. I thl. I6(h ,,, ,.r A[.
II WTLfJAHB.
TAKE NOTICE
:&ti
Tha Tin: NBaTLI

it. i and by virtu* U 1
Slatr ol Now fort 0
"A" oi I
.. I.-sd lit
. gN ID] ; --1 ..
April U
lho moanllm* II
r*gl*traOon. Tl
**n on Mil**)
l'i'*"*" i
mv oHic*
ol Apul IM
i win iv
>t '! T'liO.'
I'lT Wo
s. .
Thy lor a i
* a Pr*sh Ship
prim John D
ii.. i. ,. Mra
4 SIgrt
SHAnr.B 4 '>|Mrt|iir Window Shadoa
l In! IJrMH)^ Appl* !< lho
1'mi-i:hi Dn-a Shoo, Shrphcrd Slrrtl
33.X3ISrt
i portod 10%
-il p*ckaid and Alton
11 md ii iniM, So* -Your
V IlrLtma . Co Lid
IB 4 Sl-o
YACHT tllBBBIl IS i S krol. ***
i ipp*ri D-claoa. norond In
- Yarhl Club raw. E A V
Williams. B C Paotorv 4 SI- In
TANULIN -.In.!* at Boachmont.
M

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bodruomi. Child t*n now
IMMB, Kit.hr.i. I...-,:. aj '
i.nhod
Pi* li\ap*riii>ti jilrair Irlrphon* 3gJ^.
b* rent in writing to IB*
%!..
Strrot. Bridsotown. II 4 SIdn
NOTICE
I
rultrraon



Ml ha*l.

.iiii*ii should *--i
tba latt. to
DaKd thl. ISUi rt.,% ol Atvnl lli
I
Um
UNDLR THE SILVER
HAMMER
l-OVI A HMMI
LOST
DN THI'HSIIAV

Otian unift
I Saltrr. hd. Plrctrr pi
. .
... 4 ..
..nd Tw rod ad*
. nd I *
CBl

iVltroltlO Top-
i i
I
nrnl W"d Coll"
fIii I. ... .1 I
Md Rofrigrialor
Top Drok. Cong>.i.-
B>dX*Bd i. ltd Bpiin. Drop
.
|l -nd b*d.
.
!-
i.nd othr Urn

being pi
BKANKIK TBOTM VN
I Au'tliiopr
A CO,
TAKE NOTICE
TAKE
.. i ..
mark in Part
. i auppl'mont
n I 111 11.' .. .1 tl ,iT-d will bO
*ntlll*d to r**Mrr th* tarn* all*r ono
' Apt II. I'lM.

in- ii-ll. ID .i-..il'.al* lo me at mr
-al-trelton.
. ..!.-
i-ation at
Dal*d thla 101S di-
J
I HI.
1 Ull 1 1AM*.
d*' ol April.
Ws. Indian & British
',-.'-','-',*-"'''' -'-**'"'''-' -
REQUIRtD
s.Mi.n'ni oo i' in; i ' ' iv
1st Murlaage od Freehold
i s-
Port-of-Spain. Contact
Ycarwood It Boyce, Solicitors.
GREY HOUSE
Church Street
Speifhtstown
TAKE NOTICE
ML
I Nornj; comi'a-.
rorpor.lion organlfcd ind rxVling
....
.

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i In looda.
It ontltkd to irn
II. IH1,
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'
in.i i ikiii u m|h kMi.nr. ltd
NOTR I. U IMrrabi p*n Ih
.
E*PCUtor li ,.! Ihultr.
I!. ....... .
01 a Boar* Crrtlfifi.
JOOi jhar*a No. 1MS4 In la--.
ItU 1*71. .nd on* hundrod
1001 Shnrrs No. I743I lo I7S3H l.u-luilir
ti.i.d Mh Pobruary I*L1. in pla.
< boon UM
I >nd rot drpoillrd with .ni
.iid nolle*
it hrrrb) iv*n ih.i unhin N
th* dot* h*hMl if I", .'aim : rrpr*s*n.
-u oriainal Cettl-

irh iippllt,.
-I l.iNTII
oi.iiiifc room*. 1 brdroonw. Pkfetrii
Uchl and gas Initallrd All mod**"
Prom May I ft for
lutthrr particular. Dial Ml4 or 4M
14 4 SI 4ti
I UIQI IN, la1h.h*ba.
I... Mrhl, bill l.H R-l* !
WANTED
n't Xundovr "'
I Sundaw*.
gwa* fl| rr dad
"di -- ooo* M
J woofc4 oonio .
flfttaf
i \rmiKM id
.'.phrr. Apply Bo
cat* Co Id
IS 4 SI tli
;m..;i UBaTJT NT It \I*lt> ISCIN
1KB. with ..lHllly to im Mi*
h..v* lound k.iowMidg* ol lran.mlll*t
. | ..nd *o bo ablr to aril .
v rll . *ngin**r mdi.t arh*m*t. Travel
, -..pot turn tin thro-igHoul Corlbb-an and
Onltal Am*rtr.i e.ist Ablllf <> VltM
... lottaoa l imporUnt
Aii.lv In willing t.. H D. Bl*wa.t
g Rncturor .Carlbboan Ar*a>
Pm- Ltd, 1*0 Boo loo. Barbado*
Ml SI 3n
sill I
I hold


JAMEB UHLBB.
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Pel
'
n in nain* unloaa kg g -ni'<>i
kUfVffl KaOUTAM
Th* ptiblw ara Mti
iii. ...i ' or Pf
,. i do .-ol hotd .
1
ny i-m* unlew b% a v
ll&MKDaLA
SHIPPING NOTICES
then proorrd to deal t
tlon lo. a li
Itv ordc. ..I lho Bond i

.,( Apt.l. IB-SI.
II V.I!
II. ..ti. .i t
TAKE NOTICE
NESPRAY-
T1..I T11E KESTIX COMPAN1 0*0.
ii oidnni'cd and ..i-una
b> VHIIM -I th* law -.I the
Btalo ol Now Y.-.k. Un*d '"?'
ip irad* ot bioinrn l,d'
I. 1SS. Ea.l 44th 8lr**t. N*w York City.
USA. Manulaclurer!. ha* applied lor
.. mi of a trad* mark in Part
,- 3 HMi.t.r In raopoct ol .ob-lanooa
a.*d as load or m int*di*nt- In loodi.
-.pedally prodocU containing n.ilk, and
will he mlitled 10 igl.l*r IhO oam*
ler ..ne month from lho Mth dav Of
April IVSI unloaa oomo poraon shall In
th* meantime alv* nolle* In duplicate
lo mo Hi my oflle* of oppo.it
rrglMralinn. Tho trad* mark ran b*>
|.pliratln at mv oltlcr.
Dated Ibtl l"th dav ol Apill ItSI.
II ".11XIAMB.
Begt'trar of Trad* Mark.
UBd< .
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I I 1-. I .
ind l>

Ai-riki. vi.
i.
s \ m factun

produ
i .*m* allot
month lr.n the -l-i ..... ..1 Apil
WSI. unloaa som* p*r*n tM
maanllm* mi* noUca In dU|
Mr*
rrgistrutiiin Tli*
ion on ..|
iprll. ItBI.
n
1
,'i i -i
Small Lott0fl On
siock Erohange
LONDON, April 23,
Tlic nottit upward nwvernaal
i Tin- Londi u stuck Exciiiinf*
a rovcrsed today. Small lotftM
I'imiiii- widcBprcarj in many sec-
pultiCA] uiiM-i i.nnty
followed the i, i ,,i
Ilul.mi s Minister uf U.lmur.
Ancurin BeVBD
Stive f.iv..iiilUs. In-
eludlng tobaccoa textile*
industrial
raj pence
lie reeot
SaUtni pressui
i iiitt-.i in !.< LlghL
. looda
ol inch
' i- .1-......, i. i i..... ii(."i, i iiv Nil f*tlN
lliili.h Uovfiiunenl rtockg wag* Ja.riv noDNBY
narrowly Irregular. lady neison
iy ilrmnoas in oils v,... lav i"|.n>v
...I nd the- action dosed
with ore;. I
"K quiatU tt'in I-.
in tha foreign market, Japana
Km......
i uj ii,:: ..i S.i. i
.. hopes of iKiymi'ttt ol I
account itaraat,
ground \-i.i
rig on the racanl
Rr liter
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CX),
BAaUMJ i '! AMHTVBDAH
Ma 'HECtBA" Hlh April IMI.
.UNMl I PLTMOIiTB AMD
AMsrr.BnAM
MB "(tllANJWTAD" ItU. APH 1>.
-HUM. io miMI.AI. rARAMABIBO
ANII I.BOBIiHOWN
B "HIMILMA" lh April lrsL
niTTICA" -So April IS1
vtiMM. TO TBINIIIAI1. LA Ol AlA
I I HAt.SU a*.
,. vn\"h>m nil. aai '"'
H P. MUSSON. BON Co. LM.
of Apr.il
II HMMIY. GOT
Iron hi.i -link of
tLSCTBOPLATtD wahi;
Till: i \ iiivi i >ii'oim i
\o I III
The manufaclurers tf Ice desire U> notify IhW
an tad Um gaiMn] publlCi thai owing it> ihf
d COtt ol piiKlm-tion and Ihc h.hvsmIv for p;i,V-
nienl of increased wages, the following puces on Ico
Will apply from Tuesday. 1st M.r
\ Factor) ot Depot |1.0Q par 100 lbs.
Dalivarad within radiua limitad to tha ftmr
mile stone on Highway I, W a ran ' q nar on
Highway '!. Watartbrd Cornar on Highway 'J,
Qun Hill Road Cornar on i1 ardad
Hall on Hi: hwaj 5, vVilday Junction or
na\ ii. ami Disi.ns Town on Highway 7, $1.00
pai 100 iii-.
1 ehveied IteV.ind
>i 28 pai I'm Lbi
the aforementioned limits
Canadian National Steamship
-i.i i limn m>
LADY ItODNEY
IAHV NBLaON
IAIIV HOIINEY
LADY NSXStlt!
1 iwi ItUONEY
NUIlgMtM
IADV Hi'liMV
ft.lUal
li. Apt
10 Mi
Ball*
n.,.1.,1.
a Apr-
il Ha*
11 May
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14 July
is Aug
Haiti d ni

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II Jun*
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PACK 1U.IIT
BARBADOS ADVOt ATK
WH>\I Ml II AI'RIU 25. Hal
Everton- Not re-Dame 4,000 EMIGRANTS WILL
Draw 2-2
keenly Fought
Game Sees
Honours Share Lancashire
League Notes
By CLYDE WALCOTT
GO TO XMLRHjA
Colonies \ ed
l.e^al Aid \el
orlri", he
Notre Dume and Everton play-
ed lo .1 .
Division football match which
wai played al Kensington Oval
yasteidav jliernoon A fair
crowd witnessed thv match.
Xflags* DanMl and F. Mande-
scored one each for Nun-
Dame while- right
:
fr Rverton.
By half-time Noire Dame w
on lop with 2
aUndcvillc. It. Gill and ft. Pi
a) I'Miiii Pair 5
^ him that thero __
Jhiti.ii must suffer*
< : migration to the Mr. Crawford ,.nd thiil the workers dorsed Ihe remarks of djg h,, j
themselves had acquired land and Battler Member for St Philip to
.melt hoUhnf* Wh.-t true say that they m the House had
LANCS April 14. ' lhal resolution for a
At special meeting o( the of ln" lUrbadian wh<< ilways sent abort while Mora, unlike the
Lcnguc committee held al ll r ** ""*"*, h'*'......' i--, utlve which must have h.vl
. ,., ,. | my case, l>oughl land. H ft* a few day*
>N April M.
a.d. and where lf le*' ' ''' * '" P?"
.Hi.,.,, ihe SS wllh f*"**"
-Jaima, could he made available
ii the Colonies, a great need
-ould be met. declared T. How-
. a barrister. In a letter
today.
I'racket has been
bei
,-*t|xcd from S-turxlay Ulh to E^,'.,,,,,
Saturday 21at April un account of *"',"
.nher. Most of the grounds "'
Ihe
I Ihe hunuiii able -
tph had said, the Bui. hi i u,mly wej
(lagUflad in saying thai if they
l were going lo spend fully IIM.OOO
um island muit be taken inlo on thai scheme, let them ft>
finger Hope *"* flooded during ihe week tc- _ccoun. further and spend another $160.-
ln ^ eac, r^"'h7^i^l,,Ulh^d The Opposition look ihe v.ew H1 on scheme, of permanent
a? *1 lK.P!r* JrSJof ,hi" wou,d ** wtotr ,0 b^nd b-n"lt l lh* COl0n,
1 P Earner eoud not he Dloved at the money " ,*" *m't,on wh,ch 1-ei ihem pul people lo work on
-- ^ S-S" JftKSd -t Ejft ;* ^;i0d f *mp,>- * Co5 3 let .hem ,,-
ail played a good game fur Notre U professionals' agreement In ?hV ..Jelaseii tcheme was onlv ^ a ^ ? and -tart an
Dame. VctcV.,., Ve.v helped 'he case of some cluls. and were e S^\"*^v. " a '"^P/1*' "**. "? ?"V ""* "
Everton a great deal with In. MH M week cUyi during ihe on*' Jft2SS5T2*^2 Pravlcle employment, but would
exnenence and ball tartlet and season. wouW nul '" w-nellcial to the expand in a permanent manner.
With the galaxy of star* from community as a scheme under the economy of the country. The
i on his shoulders thai tin
isihilitv rested all thc lime
game started with Noire
Dame defending the screen end
Daniel at centre forward passed
to McColm at right wing for
Nctre Dame bul when McColm
then *as do
About live mlnulcs after pttj
Blades louk a try Im Lverton but
the ball went far a
Doyle, the 'Notre Dame custodian
A.Low Shot
Soon after Mandcii..
Ctllymore. the Everton goul
keeper with n low shot, bin tKer<
was not much force bel
Collymoie had no dimculty m
i-olleeting it easily. Y..u,. d
and Hill I. the Ev'i'."ii l-.nk
fended stubbornly. When Ihe
Jlrst half was about 15 minu Bl
old. Parris leplacid MKolm H
the right wing for Notre Dam>
winlv McColm shifted lo InWM
left V Daniel scored the first
goal for Notre DtBM ;ih.mt one
minule after the change. Heeiu -
mg a ]>ii .... hi looood th# bnH in Ihe vrei
ton goal area. CoDjmon OdM
out in an ttaanpl io (iM thi
ball, missed it. and the bai'
bounced into IhP goal. Noire
Dame now utarted lo press givinu
Uie Everton backs more work to
do. The second goal against
Everton came up as KandaviUe
left unmarked, kicked hard in the
right hand corner of the goal, giv-
ing Collymore no chance to make
a save.
Wllh two goals up In then
favour Notre Dame ID ..
ened bul allei | mglW in theii
goal area a penalt> was awarded
to Everlon. Blades .kuked the
and made no mistake in placing
tha ball awny from Doyl*. At half
time the score was Notre Dame 2
and Everlon 1.
foi
longer resolution '
I then pasted.
Bank Manuger
Du's In Grenada
GRENADA. April 23
Samuel Wright Brathwatte. 75,
India, and the West which amploymant
cried was Kuaianli
should provide bright cricket in The longer the worker was in
i mf season. Everton the U 8 A .the leas would be Ihe
Roy Marshall. Clyde cost lo the taxpayer and the greal-
Walcott and J K. Holt are all in ihe number of workers who
the I .am ashire League; Frank could be senl there. >
Worrell and Sonny Ramadhin are -B i~
both in ihe Central Lancashire r- AHder IL) said lhal he
League and Ken Richards is in regretted that US C.overnmnntJ
tlu Kibblevdale League. instead of asking them to send twcl
The players have heen practis to four thousand emigrants hadl
ing on concrete wickets for tho rmt asked them lo send 40.000.
oast week and arc hoping to gel He agreed that regardless o'
grass wickets in a few rl.n- the cost of arranging such a
Hi ure Pairaudeau has been scheme lhal II was necessary to tired due to 111 healtii. died tin
appointed Vice Captain of Burn- grant whatever money Ibal wasj morning after a long Illness. He
It i last years Lancashire asked for. was a highly esteemed eiUtan,
League Champions and with Cecil He said that the Government taking a prominent part in a widi
I'eprer. their professional, thev was spendniK the money and did range of activities touching lh<
hoping to rtpaat then excel not ex|*ecl to gel hack the amount business, culture and recreation
of money they were expecting to of the community. He leaves a
spend. Tlnv would get MM the wife, the former Maude Osborm
money, he said, provided that the of St Lucia, a brother J. E T
emigrants worked most of Ihe Brathwaite, also a retired civu
me. servant, also six sisters and
Mr. Alldrr MM that sum which several nephews, among then.
was to be spent for Ihe payment Drs. Maurice Bver of St LtafiLa
of doctors who will examine Jltld e d. b. Charles of Si
4.000 emigrants in the eeheroe, Vincent; also a cousin. Justice J.
was loo high a figure. He ". t; u c.'ibvny of Jamaica
wondering if the Government T|l(l funcra, lonk p|arr .
rauM try to sec if Ihey could fWn^m at S- Qor
""-"' "T. ,. MethodiM Chun-h Of whieh ||ie
"' w"1 Acenied m a prnmmem ln%
rould in- employed at foii-wiiw ihi hi. -
irdgnnti
TWl 'mount was loo high, he
aid. Whatever Mfaguard some
htm. members might have set up
as regards Ihe protection of cer-
tain professionals, he said, he fell
lhal when they were asked
It would be a step an impor-
ani in those lands as N
tain, he said The present poor
iHirsom priK-edure in the colonies
\ iimilar m most cases to that
I y before
l|>si October and is equally inade-
quate.
If It li generally accepted that
a Legal Aid and Advice Act
should be adapted and passed Into
law in the various colonies, it
ought to fellow that the act
'hould be applied lo proceedings
(fore the Judicial Committee of
lha Priw Council, so that appel
lanis who have already obtained
ugal aid certificates in respect of
neir proceedings; in the
Court may l given legal repre-
eiilation and ;.s*.tance here for
lie purpose of their appeal.
"At present an pBOUant who
to obtain legal aid in the
Privy Council has io pe-tuion h
.i pauper and has to iwear among
other things ihat he is not worth
o-......, ^.Min. o--------. ,.,. >-2'" '". world cxcrpllniihU
Wlml Chid Clrk c.l thr wind- " apparel ml hi. """
imrd IM SudU d i.i,. '" " **!."V*. "" '"
liracUfiaiiaarr o( Ihe GnSoi l,nlled >"*'' -""'
tpcratlvo Bank. Hnully
I i iniilailiaii-
Given Medal
Kdr Bravery
LONDON. April 24.
Three West Indians, who rtstsad
rescuing three sailors
weather from a rock
, fi rrimdad. have been awarded
h.- BritiUi Empire Medal (Civil
Division), the London Haselte
.iiiiounceti tonight.
The Mfl IriO are Conrad
Jackson, who is a chauffeur of
Trinidad, and Alfred Mollineau
and George Thomas
(aretaker). both of Monos Island.
Eczema Itch
Killed In 7 Minutes


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> r1l-r tHrTU tly It- IKit
kill ihf b*" '* The orw Ji-_
Nmodtrm, kill* 111- rn In .
-uarsnt. tlV. uriutolh shi'i
xytaa "it retai i
ul .nii.lv |u>ka| (let giwrnntrrJ
NnoJi'iri (rum jgut lumUt MUyn I
Nlxoderm fv^Hvii
For Shin Troahles troubl..
iBodarm.
...i u n i
this :
arork this summer,
i ihe list of Professional*
i Ire I -cague
AcchnatMi V. N I'.aymer. Au
trahg
h.n ip Km 11..n Weekcs. West
Indies.
Burnley -Cecil Pepper. Au*irn
The itition says that a launch but could not venture to M
sras lowing a heavy barge from B powerful police launch had lei
MM of the |sh m allempts.
i.iainland and Trinidad, when the Mollineau obtained a H
wealher changed and the vessels ,ower(ul iaunch and with Jack,
ert swept into the Atlantic ^ ua Thomas went off to al
alers by a >trong wind and cur- lf.mpl ,n(. ir..ue in unmmem
rent running between Ihe islands, danger of beinfl thrown up .gam*!
Baitered On Rocks the rock5 bs the surging waves."
Eventually the crafts separated according to Ihe citation
md were battered on the rock> They saaMhaM uctcrininadly
face of the island. Three sailors at their task ami by means of
were thrown on to a projecting lira eventually m>'-
rock, some distance from ihe all threr men >lf mlo their boat,
island and about 30 feel above the "they displayed considerable
water Here they clung for three thill hi seamanship and risked
days while the stormy weather Iheir live* ,n carrying out the
continued A whooner saw them tescue Ureter
WONDERFUL VALUES!
in White. Grey, Beige and Eggshell
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TAFFETA PLAIDS
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mm Aim ay mirss mioi
ChurchTred Hartley, England.
Colne W Allay, Australia.
IllOII' D'-.
\mh\, Au
Kiifn i Clvde Walcntt. West
' IMll.
NelsonD. G. Phadkar Lowerhousf Roy Marshall.
(West Im
Tasllngden-J. K Holl (Wen
Indies).
Bawtenstall George Tribe,
' usti tils
RishlonS W. Hunt. England.
Itamsbotium Out Mohomed, spend
I^idge. Flags
leading business houses or
banks were flown al half mast
U.S. EXPORTS
hull
Todinorden E. D. Denis
England.
Mann Will Play
h mont) on ihe
Acre not sure of
return wh;it wai
scheme they
geilinu back
expected.
They were lo l>e carelul thul
tins did not show to other-, in
rXmarica thai
they would ask for large sums of
cricket team money for ti
Park, We should shi
I -.i.des exports from If>4(.
through HMD totalled $113,400,-
IHW.000. the U.S. Bureau of the
Census reports. Imports during
the same period amounted to
$:i3.SOO.0O0.OOO
the Airu
The South Afr
h.....,..i ii ,'< open then* lour
a^eogsS -sbu .( li-tii) D (||lk Afler half time Rverlon ie-iiew- the Kent captain, hopes lo field i.ds th;it W. are TO ""ng io
e,i then effort and about l*n the roltowTng U?am Oeprge i"'"(i( "'.'.' ,'d' *hen " *"'
minutes In the aacond half Hope Mann, vy j Keiiui, and Jack *,* *.?,.":e**}K":h_. (h. rf_-,-
on the right wing for Everton ..*.. O. ||. |>og- ,,"'^K
kicked m ihe eq gart (Suexi. L Ames. A. Fagg. SSKS^M^SSSdl^^i
This seemed to -'Mir up" the- M. c Cowdrey. A. Pawson. W gJfut^JTo,oTid -d hv the tsiv
Noire Dame boys and was only JJ 1-vKt. f Martin and D. li. ggg" J^ffoAi Hospital.
sheer luck that a goal was nol Clark (Ktrti- He was hearing noise, he said,
tcoreei when the ball hit the cross 1 *" boulh Africans lust and j, was comtni[ from tnt Gov-
againsl Woi.es- l.inmrnl bci,ch.
bar after Mandeville took a shot official fixture
from Inside the penalty area At nil
the end of plav Uie cOtY I
unchanue'd with Everton 2 and
Notre Dame 2.
The learns am:
Notre Dame: DoyUt, Browne.
Straughn. Archer, Daniel. Rob-
erts. McColm. Mundeville, GUI.
Parris, and L Daniel.
Everton: Collymore. Yearwood.
Hall. Harewood. Culpcpper. Hecce.
Hope, Blades. N. H;rewood, Mur-
ray and Maynard.
The referee was Mr. L. Harris
and the linesmen Mcssi u \i
Rublnsen and D Wilson.
Russia Sets Up
Olympics Body
MOSCOW, Aprd 24
Soviet Russia has set up an
Olympics Committe'e. th. MVf>
paper Hovlet Sport announced to
day.
healer add: Th
Russia wouM like lo .
the Olvmplc Games Thefoin.. his "comeback campaign .
lion of an Olympics Committee Is pointing Gerry Mc Dtrmoi
essential before a country e;m be 'en rounds,
invited lo eunipete In Ihe games.
The winter Olympic* art) in
Oslo in Feb.-uary and thl
-ames in Helsinki In July.
Renter.
Ma.v 2- "Ha would have Liked In draw
to their nltention (heir inconsis-
tency of paflay. Lnat month, he
said, they mi' ,isked tn create a
post for .i ejiel.ikei ol -
inent DUlldlngl here the Chalr-
in.m [ntnrrupted i" aaj ha wgj
nol nlng '" entertain hit remarks.
but Mr Allder cemlinueel and said
.._ they were asking Id |i we. k
planning a sports for thnt man who had to work
June lo feature 24 hours per day. "And now
they lam when I draw to their
uttcntioii whal appears to be loo
high a price".
He said lhal he coulg not see
the labour conviction of that
Government when they said thai
titled lo turn everything
that was left right, and were
doing the opposite.
Itr. Cummins (L) humorously
replied, "Mr Speaker, the B* I
BooklC Member for St. John hs
spoken; whal did be say'"'
Mr. Allder said that he was
looking forward U> the time when
iiui type: lhal lha n in. Mem-
dctl
Jamaica PUin Big
Alhleiic Meet
KINGSTON, J'ca. April 10.
The Jamaica Amateur Athletli
Association
meet here
leading track stars of the
If these plans materialise Mnl
Whitneld. Harrison Dillard. Andy
Stansfleld. Herb McKenlry,
i:iioeleu, Knfael For tun,
.vhn will all be taking part in a
aeries of meets in Cuba and Trlni-
la'l. will also uiipear ill Jamsk.i.
Farr Wins Aguin
The Weather
T(M>AY
.-un Ills. .: 5 46 ^ m
Mi gflfgi i. in I. in.
Moem l .ivi Quarter):
April 28
l.i-IHin,. i. ;.i ,. ,,,
lilh Water: ti 04 a m.
TNM.
iKSTKRDAV
Rainfall iCodrlncton):
IS In.
Total for month to yester
day: 4 93 hsg
Temperature (Max): 85.8 F
Tempctattire (Mini: 72.5 F
Wind Direction: (Sam)
E fi K.. <3 p m.) : S I
Wind Veloeilv: 13 miles per
hour
Karometer: '< m 95*.
<3 |i ml 29 M4
LAINDON, April 24
Tommy Farr. former Dim-.1
eywaight Champion returnad
Heavyweight Cliampion reiurned Iho type Ihat the Ron,
,ta ihat Io 'he seen,- 0i many of his tri- bei repiesentcl should ta
"SeSUrS !* tO wm .he h.U, con.es, ol e.ul by the ptajPlj.
The forms- his comeback" campaign by out- *' ,*\. ^ uf .
Traffir ll No, 33
Do nul liirnl to take a
'link on or off >uur head*
llghta when appronchinjt
road juneii.Fi or bends al
night.
Spare made avaltalal
CANADA DRY
for Safer Molorlnr
by
50,000 Tickets Already
Sold For Soccer Match
1X>N1X)N. April 24.
More ihiin S0.1W0 tickets have
batn told for the England
v.v Argentina soe'eer international
ti Wembley on May 9.
Bound capacity for tho
,iiii.- v ill be lQO.OUO.Retilcr.
NO RIFLE SHOOTING
TO-NIGHT
The usual shoot of the
B Rlfst Club will nol
plate tonight. The next
Hill be oi Saturday al 2 p m.
Ihat he
wanted lo remind the Govern-
ment that the resolution was
only a palliative, and they should
have made their needs to felt
In OpM| Britain that they should
know whal Ihe peoplo in the
Caribbean were going through.
He said lhal they should DO*
itdf) In sit.down on their
rtghls ami ask for palliatives.
They should let Ihe British peo-
ple know that Jusl as Ihey could
repatriate (.ennaiis lo Africa,
that they could repatriate West
Indians to Africa too.
'As long as it is not a perma
mem settlement, il is only goinv
to upset the economy; this Is no*,
enough." he said.
He said that every time* he
Small brought up the African question.
UtftO lie could hear a branch of Irre-
hoot sponslble members mnkina a Joke
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