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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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W.L. Earn $3,000,000 | —
For Britain
—In Three Months

(From our Correspondent),



LONDON.
EST INDIES and Bshomas played their part in
earning over three million dollars for Britain in the first
three months of this year. — That was the sum paid by
American tourists for two eighteen-days cru'ses round the

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Caribvean in the liner “Mauretania” and two shorter cruises
uteen days each.
of fot «' Ports of call included Nassau
: ) Por’ of Spain, Barbados and Ja-
e - nilalea,
Russians Flee Apart from the amount spent
‘ en fares, Which was over one

| million pounds, American tourists
also spent about £30,000 at che
‘p’s bars, shops and showcases:
| The “Mauretania” returned tc
Sou hampton this week vo go in-
to dry dock before returning to
the normal Atlantic service. Her|
Capvain described the cruise pro- |

a ° .
Soviet Zone
MUNICH, April 18.
Two unidentified Russian o Yicers
driving a German iller ally
crossed the Soviet zonal border
at Holf, Bavaria, last night into

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os Bavbates ae Aduncatee
‘BRITONS STILL MOST HIGHLY TAXED.

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‘Cripps £4,000 M.
Budget Gives No
Remissions
BEER WILL BE STRONGER

LONDON, April 18.
A CROWDED, tense Parliament to-day heard
Sir Stafford Cripps, Britain’s Chancellor of
the Exchequer, introduce his budget proposals, on
which the fate of the Labour Government may hang.
Opening with a review of the nation’s economic
position, the Chancellor said that demoeratic
planning was “absolutely vital’? to the contin-
uance of democratic freedom in the world.

“Our aim is to create a happy country in which there
is an equality of opportunity, not too great a disparity ot

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that his colle fat ti » Germans was “necessary to , tons of stone in one hour.
os ievoretaan wtih the Germans was “necessary ' ; RUSSIAN MINISTER eee ee ata watt
*ave the honour and life of Italy”. : ; } HONG KONG, April 18, — SACKED sind te had, cerns ite
-—+~! Impassively, the Ex-Marshal Chiang Kai Shek’s Nationalists NDON. April 18 srantite dt Adkitens SRA f
Cl ‘ i listened to the prosecution .claim | claimed to-day to have smashed The enth Minister Var the | British Guiana in 1945.
hurch Federation | tinat it was through vanity ans | on invasion by Communist Gov- FR gy nos Ma ae con A aoe talents
|he accepted the post of War Mia xnment troops of Hainan islan S.A. Akopov has been relieved %s\the sea for drainage purposes
Wants Details <0 ee oh “ag tai teacnaealontall his ‘duties, Moscow Radio an-| Since it is not considered wise to
| Publis. pn he Graziani But -o-Communist news ear- nounced early today. He will be erect any elaborate system of
Of Deposed Lutheran “g? Norther teal w : the lier 5 verted that General Lin| suceeded by Grigori Sergeyevich © drainage ~~ might result in a
built in Northern Italy was >t li e D @ ‘i } adie. odtdl ol . flooding of the runway
Bi h | prime cause, if not the only | Pio’s army was extending beach- | Khlamovy, the radio said. Reuter g
‘shop cause, of the civil war which] xeads won in yesterday's landings : a
GENEVA : caused so much blood to flow]on the Nationalist held island. | R MUST NOT Bk
The Luther: ea April 18. in the streets and squares c!; Hong Kong military observers [A / 1,
Federation ar : an mee | Italy” he added. were inclined to accept the Com-|
Sata |e ea oy, nel a mame | AS STRONG AS U.S.A
resident of the Hun an - |4he last indictment in his year| A Nationalist ee oe d eWIel me
eran Church in Budapest asking | Old trial for collaboration with | mitted tot Cae sts 7 :
oe full details regarding on ati the Germans Judgment was Ce ee tel counter-atiesks tial PI Us N, A / : AN Vic
ince » ; , . av I = a a
Orden ~ nt , that Bishop Lajos |Pected within a — oe] that | claimed to have killed 4,000 cap-
» head of the Church in Defence counsel pleaded - tured 900 and the remainder, given : ; f
lad been deposed by “a collaboration with the German: ured oe WASHINGTON, April 18.

































fhe American Zone, according to] &amme as a big success. | ioe is a pomersanie. whew of the new runway at Seawell under construction, Picture sh the present runway in the right and the personal incomes and in which every man and woman can
; fio ‘by United States High | Cunard officials are understood | Yeon bui ing at aaewell, In the foreground is a crane being used ‘ t 10 "his picture has been taken from a height feel that they are wanted and have a full part to play,
Commission officials here 10-} be equally pleased with the |. 99 feet and from the centre of the new runway ’ he said. |
“ee venture an rovisions aes ' . . ¥ sats
night. 5 Nba hg)? | “ provisional plas a Al ~ y Y The Chancellor declared that his nearly £4,000 million
The officials said one Russian in| {EXPE €d to be drawn up} 2 AK f f He il r J budget allowed no hope for remission of taxation on Brit- |
z 3 tly — " _ saukaw ' r . Rel a P I B re s axi rit-
toe form of a first Heutenant| shortly. for a further series ‘ot! MiQnasteries | . eavily In Debt: | x pe of iaxi
; another with shoulder in- cruises early nexv' year | ' | 4 j , ry ons~—already the most highly taxed people in the world.
and ¢ nee / rye ry . 7 :
ur oe ShelteredSvies) HIVE OF INDUSTR) rie Te ee | ee ee
erican Resident Officer at Nurem- UK Woman A ent | 1e ere pres | promising that there would be an inquiry into sarin
on gaabnaaaliammtcte = A Bs THE DULL thud of rock being blasted, the noisy whirr) Wife And Children| were saving or retirement was concerned
5.30 p.m. to-day. 7 ° ° | dM d is ; >, Vener >! 1
They said the same men were| To Live In Nevis | n ur erers of the stone crushing machine, only partly visible under a} ‘ h ol ‘ | Although the beer duty will re- ; workers and stem: he tide «
again reported at Schwabach 10] } cloud of white dust from the st yne, and the uneven roar | Wit Love Bomb ;}main the same, the strength of | revolt by track nist
miles south of urease hour | Has Bought Coconut SAYS PRAGUE RADIO of the engines of busy bull-dozers, caterpillars and carry-| LOS ANGELES, April 18 | OR — be tT anaes me Governmer cezing
later. “Though no official con- ° wai ; ct : f eG teat ince Se eet ae 1e Chancellor closed an it Earlier in speech Siz
tact has been made with the two Plantation PRAGUE, April 18. al's turned Seawell into a veritable hive of industry yes-| , “ove for a pretty rea haired|]come tax loophole in the higher | ford stressed that it vite
there is no reason to doubt they| (mom our London Cal nebebaablons An official statement broadcast terday. Ptarie amee-bukicds ckiedate tte tie! eae _ “ was uggested ,by |income brackets. He announced | his policy of wage, salary ar
are at present somewhere In the LONDON by Prague radio tonight said that aarti net: apie Ithe new s x ‘ th ous ir d feet ‘cme b ph ae ted Viste a CLS Tai es wee ee a a |
American Zone the officiais stated A wartime British secret agent,| â„¢@â„¢bers of Roman Catholic i js ; ndey ty ohh bikin d attempted destruction by ajtheir high executives would be
—Reuter Mrs, Mary Arrigo, leaves England | ™onastic orders in Czechoslovakia SPOR rs aes anal ogee * Sea | petro nb 1 United States j Subject to surtax retrospective to £ 74,000,000
this week to start a new life in the} WOUld be assembled in a number onducted OB f the ite | Airline passenger craft here | - year S fford estim ted tl {
is | West Indies. She has bought a| ° Monusteries, where they would W INDOW by Mie, James Wilnen: “eamtnenst? rday heath he mat ue \t much cri- | ‘ reast venue fri .
lruman Refuses coconut plantation in the island of| devote themselves exclusively to a of the department of Trasenni| John Henry Grant, whose wife| ticised decisions wo big auto- | his budget would be £74 mill .
| Nevis in the Leewards, Her in- their religious tasks. | Notre Dame will engage ¢ the Canadian -Governn at | . j|@nd_two children were among 16] aa at rf i 000 000 ‘to. theie | ent, sae ns irpl
$ , asteries pain ae ; > _— OF WA anadle 10 1e ang] vc ‘0: } t a ants £ 1,000,000 to their | ¢ ) i
‘ e * tention is to establish a cotta Monasteries which were being;| Y.M.P.c a second division 1 om Satie “tthe “Ante | passengers in the airliner, shouted, Payments of £550.000,000 ne ce
Bruce S Resigation/ colony on the island. For this Saat evacuated, the statement said, ida cvehine, 36 ba enanuh en > L wane marge of the construc-| 2+ the last minute: “Don’t let that er ‘rong on condition: they | tai overnment capital expenc
c . : - 4, a a eve z. Notre Dame has won Or | : . ae wou never work for. rivé lant ¢ the
WASHINGTON, April 18 pose she his recently been buy-; Would in future be used by the all their matches as yet and are About 2.500 feet of the runway | Plame take off. I just put a bag pattie = ; rival manu- | ty ott
ba. P jent Tr mare: has refused }'"8 urniture in London. Government sponsored Catholic wae eee has been graded to the required | _it, full of gasolene,’ ; In these instan x will ; edad thave-wromihias
resiaen ‘uman has *Tusec NP a, nat op, i ae te a are pe pet . a iis division =e | ane rp ‘ “il se stances ta Will be |} ove ' . vf 35.0 be
to accept the resignation of Mr | ive Arrigo who is 36 is an In Welfare organisation or oe | i Hedi pee tha oR level This is now ready for | His shout started a baggage 95 per cent leaving £5,000 net to 000 me si ns ¥)
0 a o ST hana ak the United j \er ior decorator and comes from The official statement did not be Carlton Cable-Wireless at advanced surface preparation handler, who dropped the very | the recipients '
oa —, Ata Programme, it! Malta. {n London earlier this year specify which or how many mon- } at Gombirhitre tents mpeis It is planned that three hun-| bag. It exploded, and flames flared, ..Petrol«- t ia of ee n Seeinad k ony! =i
ates ear f ane 3 she was awarded £16,450 damages aster.es would be or were being at Lodge and Shell vs ( nveteabaaeane dred feet at each end of the new | singeing his eyelids and hair H ; ; get Unt i A absolutely es-
was officially announced to-day. |for injuries received in a car ac-| evacuated nor how many monks Old Boys @t Shell runway will | ) te Grant had driven to the Airport He announced that the standard | Sental in present circumstances,
There had been reports that the | cident. had been removed to other mon- ond. “hk W 1 a nt Mt Ss eri alien al alate no {oO Atlee petrol ration now allowing motor-| He deferred to growing public
President wanted Bruce to take| Following the accident she flew] asteries. The statement said “it Diya F Page dines a. aa gra Betty Suomela, red haired| 58 ,t0 cover 90 miles a month [criticism of the housing shortage
over as Ambassador in London | to the West Indies and bought the| has been proved at the recent i pees reason for this is that| Bett; Su , é would be doubled by announcing that the Govern-
7 : S é . . , ‘ lar vhich is war g stewarde ) . sé Dac » te petr . nt’s ais bl nm th
when Mr, Lewis Douglas resign-| plantation and a house which had| trial of monastic priests that Arab, Palestine in prepa ae teh tal ing off is Gt ote id a eee: so ~ put the tax on petrol and other | ment’s. housi os dy evap as
ed for health reasons {belonged to the late Sir Arthury many monasteries were being f aeclent: at tae tone eat asic oe Anke a poeee. ie " roe light oils would be increased by next three years would be restored :
Today the President's Secre- | Lees, used to shelter hostile agents, And Jordan Kehate wm Kociperaiivele ‘iene hire dn, Shin eet ee eee ee ee cote Lene perrOh |X AUC nek Doises Bixee,
tary said Douglas would stay at There are only three other white} spies and even murderers.” a ., : e. ape i i" y 3 oy bought oe paar, in aaah: ie net per gallon A cut o 185,000 was made dur-
_ his post indefinitely. women in Nevis. And according In some monasteries weapons Will B i 0 L Shatiin? rd sarc } pace bo ic ies on the ree ov me ' ~ rec ret ane Ses ae ae a ing pe conon lrive ast f
It was stated earlier that Bruce} to reports, there is no shop, hotel] and secret broadcasting apparatus U e ne | Safety Me: ac ethic eens Catania a 4a fom 66 and worth ae oe: ont | aud th t ; F
wished to return to private life}or bank. The servant problem is,| were discovered and many mon- LONDON, April 18 an, ae. ee verde py weligantiininiet Aamattheess: << ¢ Feige ernie: +e model” ae Nsor Seated vite, ene ike
now that he had set up an or-|however, easy. asteries served as _ bases for King Abdullah of ! fords , ll oo enn ae er be A Ad” 14 begreinidpr shy ealec age -paleyes oirog The Ch ioe Nor ’ nok he y 33 | ‘ ss iat I - i * o Saag yi
; aes ‘ ; i . 4 é ‘ g ( te a » othe doa > lpr ar 4 of > § . cls sd a 933] un sts pressing fe “ases ;
panisation for the shipment >t Mrs, Arrigo's ten - year - old} espionage and disruptive activi-} announce the formal ineor aes tio ee ae en an ae in the air. terminal. “I wanted’ to and one-third purch ae tax on ; the Chat ( ell : Sate WP 2 real
American military supplies over daughter who is at school in Kent | ties. of Arab Palestine into tk rei ig cee Een . end it, This was the only iw B hitherto tax free “commercial 1i fTic ulty 1 that "th . ’ : tilt i
seas, —Reuter hopes to spend her summer holi- “In order to stop this hostile] qom of Jordan next Mon i t| 7 oa pe cee oy art Knew, he sald ; | vehicles to restrict, he ex lained }some ¢ ase of le ? m7 nid hicl :
a days with her mother, There is aj activity of the Cathwlic Orders, | the opening session of th bowie ie ' { a ae eat te rn hea, ee eee tewapdeans| the “excessive volume a "Corae re ver if aneene aati hd
. ° three-quarter-mile beach on the} measures have been taken which elected Jordan Pat liamer “ag ia wees a ies 7 f aoa jcveared by police of any implica nerci ul vehic les, coming on to the A tting t A al M4
Griffiths Hopes plantation on which she can play.} will bring these Orders back to man, it was Thorned ian , i ; ily ill be ¢ = ne a nab run | ti n of complicity, told the police}, a 7 ee ’ fl ne \ ‘-
Mrs. Arrigo, who is separated] their original and true religious reliable source to-day ae OA matali Wanton , ; he was in love with Grant whom |" Cy ie nnounced ar ijustment t un ‘ ifferc rade
yee r ° rom her husband, does not how-]| mission Th Sr aaa at a. | ope re Heine she had own for three years Tipps announce Bit AWA seers : ; aM
> Ss : us move has bee reneré t tion of | t ow ates o » tax ni
To Visil W esl Indies ever intend to spend the rest of “It has been established that in sensanad simak ties “feo 1 tru mn Reuter * fh " : = peng t i. |
her days in the West Indies. She} their monasteries lived only a few; tions a week ag “which 2 | a anes —_—_ | ee era eee ae i '
LONDON, April 18 say she is a rolling stone and people who did not work and | ¢} 40 1 Semen feaniinenio "date , rene ey » Seances the taet 4p arta . me :
t . ; ’ ays S$ ‘ > é -ople é 1e 40 deputies represented dis- | { phalt runway) , ound for the first £50 of taxable | methods ( here
a petsh lonit boone wy yame *| nay move on, mostly busied themselves with} tricts of Arab Palestine now o eae onan etek ae Bomb W as I lanted He cine and aie shiliines in tie! iin ; fa
ceo at TS ROD nciting the population. le . : ay ait Sonia ee , ae eee al ‘ a Set ae ;
to visit the West Indies soon. " + “The po cacaeary putld=) “Pine tox Saeuetiinan eee ee ee en co eee In Plane Ss ee be ‘a ax tat animes & ; /
Speaking t a British sports- NX ‘ y ‘ > ® : vo. " - e formal announcement of the j}so that if a pilot touches down | ‘ would be reduced to two shillings eer re ns pl
, > ‘ , ' > . . > oarve the: cia he : } ’ ie ;
MPD lincheon here to wel. |“ WwW I re nch Ship ings will saggy, + se -_ thes incorporation of Arab Palestine is| short. of the concrete landing | W: | }and six pence and five shilling ent thr |
come the touring West Indies . “ae ae of , o no ic anv} expected to be made when these} strip he» would st ll be able to] ashroom | respectively ‘It ric
me , ; ; + and social and health purposes. . 2s take ir sag | | hik iaecen: tha’ Higher © of vestent von ions Mae
cricket team, he said: “I ‘have not k or W.L Cruises “s eg eee ee ieee deputies take their seats in the} make a proper landings | LONDON, April 18 his leaves the higher rat estri I rok j
yet had the privilege of visiting | soho vagy le liv b *; new Parliament.—Reuter. | In addition to this the s'des of Rnitish dome OMiie. xpl ive | (une shillings in the pound as at | down either ries
4 6 . : yhic > e living nearby are ; . ‘ sritish ome ice € osive a : “
the West Indies, but snap divisions | NEW YORK, Aptil 18. of we Mee. e livir ory } | the runway will be graded so| | xperts havedecided that dan)-| present jon until a. d @
(in Parliament) permitting, JI,| After discussions with a com-| 80 SNort’. ' U S R li " |that a plane which has run off} ce done to the Paris-bound This concession was aimed at | been ed out to repl
hope to do so.”—Reuter. pany official in Kingston, Jamaica, ee ep tes | the runway would hardly cxpsize| I i ish European Airways Viking | benefiting Britain's lower paid @ On page &
where the service will bave its ld . but should ba brou under |... at PRs eed: ee eet aur a —
a k wesvern ‘terminus, ‘he Freech| 7O*¥r. Old Has To Moscow ntrol within a reas/nable dis-| Py" bomb. Yee Sas {
nitguas FPortworkers Line has announced in New York s nee Ty ‘ ' | }
” ‘ . n The bomb was planved in a ©
On Strike |ihat a new passenger lingr, the 36 Children Or Shooting Charge | Tne nev ng oN sed-towels, box inthe smail|
(Barbados Aavocate Correspondent) | es ee Eaanee 7 - WASHINGTON, Aprii 18 paren ee. ee 'S oe os ashroom at the rear of the plane. {) .
site Ae 0 é Ss > ) . The > state ras expert-| acrodrome it € | it I verts’ . V as | :
The § : ete annem There will be a 13-day service WANTS MORE ed ae aaa Sone today, nels mn ” of fifteen de ae ( Ls 4 x Me rity = Ss ae 7 at! 7 COV4 O14 4 Z 00 CO} ELA ade
fe 8.9. “Custodian” arrived | frem Le Havre vo Kingston with Y 7 i] oT n de t and Y don and to th
here at daybreal ‘ Dh df. SOR pets ad > NS — en charges that an American bomber} This has been decided since it| Scotland Yard, London and to the;
at dé ‘+k finding & light-|calls at Southampton, England; AMIENS, Northern France, nat : ' ie
ning strike against Bennett Bry- | Vigo Portugal; Martinique, Gua- April 18 a mens Dae panes over tao , fs - F . a _ t] a rea — na Ss - F Win’ cantando ol 5 ut
st , ; } iin 2 “klaver aJVia On # ; , | We i “xactly ! ’ suggested \Ne e Ss vas jh
pa deloupe, Barbados, Trinidad, La Paul Demaie. a br icklayer in his rhe ee late ae WG ee a eatin as (eae 1d oe shactnite trae te >
{departed at p.m. without|]Guaira, and Cristobal ' seventies, today went in the town ‘ 7 : i iwawer, ys ae ; ou 7, See NY a
unload or 4 naira, § - UWRS , i *, : . oar he mecident was now ready for de- | On thi point Mi Wilson The police were checking u» ‘
mMoacding 2o tons of cargo and Antilles, ; 20,000 ms ship| birth register’s office to have the re : % } | 7 ; v4 ie '
nti 1 , to } 5 ; { | | . . »
loading 49 , 1 : ‘ P hic 26 ; -epistered, livery during the day to the aid that Barbado vas eX-|on the life insurances of the 28 ‘
1g 490 bales of cotton, The|scheduled for completion av Brest| birth of his 36th child registered. | ns , ae - “gy ; ea 2 ; nite ues
whar » \ 1 : Soviet Foreign Office, ources tremely lucky at the prevail-| passengers in the plane when its
hi arf area was picketed. This is | late in 1951, will have a capacity| “It is not finished he sald when | close to the State Department ng winds were practically the} ail was almost blown off over |
a second port affected within |of 780 passengers in three class-| he left the registry office. I hope)” ie i F | r+ $8 att The S404 a. Scurid+eo that tthe ‘Chatine! |
e month “9 » . e.” Sle é . F ‘ ri » the t lé |
"7 (Sy catia) oi wow 7 mere. See bm twice and| I’ might also be made public there was no need to build an The passengers were all British,
ad o4 ch il pa ie his first wife Diplomatic authorities said a| alternate runway had been| American or French, but the in
« a ‘ hac - a 4 c oe »y his ‘ur ior by | note, approved by President Tru- the ca n many countrie | quiries will be world-wide. The
ra His second who is : ~,| man and Secretary of State Dean Th lat jevelo ent at| possibility that somebody might!
, 96 years gave nim the twelve 3 he atest develo, 1 j y
. Tk te th > iia sf whom is "| Acheson, was cabled to the Ameri- | Seqwell i the erection of an| have imitated a receny Canadi-
others, the last « ; “lean Embassy in Moscow ast | mdr ’ hesatitne sh slant 1 murder by insuring a passenger |
. 1O- i 5 He 3 additional stone-crushing | |
beautiful two-day-old girl. He
oO ave a has 29 grand-children. —Reuter. | night Mr. George Bowden who is in|and then blowing up the plana wi
las 29 granc r : it had been held up nearly a] oharge . one-crushing | is being examined -Reuter. ,
. k be charge of the ton rushing | :
ROME, April 18 time a gees a “ —— operations told the Advocate that | A
ay pr : Tots li x & { epartment called a “calm and) when this machine, which is| 66 \ 9 Vill
hy i e ‘ 2 i ee . 3 4 2 ‘ hate ae 5 ’ 7 | » io ‘
Ex-Marshal Rodolfo Graziani former chief of Mussolini’s Nationa ists Smash thorough appraisal of the facis.”| forty-five feet high, is erected, | Ne rve Gas Wi

Sap Fighting Spirit

DETROIT, April 18,
America and probably Russia is
developing a “nerve gas” that
would sap an enemy’s will to fight
General Antony Macauliffe, Chief
of the American Army Chemical
Corps disclosed here. i
Many German scientific experts
on toxic chemical warfare are be-
ing exploited by Russia, he told
{the American Chemical Society,
“It must be assumed, therefore,
that we are not the sole possessors








To mark those occasions

when charm, perfection



and easy confidence are

the keynote, nothing could

of the offensive and defensive 2 aa ‘ :
secrets of the new nerve gas.” than a cigaretic bearing in
Macauliffe, defender of Bastogne the hallmark of E
in the 1944 Ardennes offensive,

said the Chemical Corps believe?
that the weapons now being devel -
oped by the United States could
reduce a potential enemy's will to

Benson & Hedges, }









it war jeg ciplinary Commission, | was no offence uncer the Htalian| (4. sannihilated.” GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY, Chairman of the United | resist, at the smallest cost “and
a ee Lag nd ee Ss General} No reinforcements were ippar-| States Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned to-night that the “real | enormous destruction of his econ-
aa sri€ 7 in Se . +} eo xr the - . % | PF
es | we if gave evidence that he and | ently fort —. : ae ree | danger of our times” might come if Russia succeeded in| omy,”"—Reuter.
: bat ) tay ! be sts, ic was late eporte » t *4, . | a
Cee |German Ambassador Reahn had ;enuniss —Reuter. equalling the military strength of the United States and |
| se *nuodU fforts’ to} ee - 4 adit } 6a8 ‘ a =
Egy pt W ill Get Mi . ? av oe a ge accept the the North Atlantic P ywers. }mnations must do everything to Haiti Pays Homage | In m of 50
g ae persuade Graziani to acc j TWO KILLED The Western Powers, he said, build .up economic and political 7 P Pi $i 06
gar Kp» . post ‘iss would be quite vulnerable” | gtrenyth and unity | oO ope tus baa sue ki
Ral I rom Russia —Reuter TRIESTE, April 18 while building up their defenc | La ral Bradley said he could } 1} His MAMSTY. Tre Ki
Dio ean Lacal Italian newspapers today/jn the next few years not guarantee that a one shot VATICAN CITY, April 18 } - 3 : ahi Oe see
y CAIRO } c eported that two people were} America’s top military leader, | ene a“ Saal y oa he "the ited vo envoys from the Republic SUPEd VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
ie iSsia_n ROYAL ENGAGEMENT killed and 100 injured in “repri-| cpeaking on a radio rogramme, | States, destined to of | 0f Haiti today brought the Holy ae
F Is” by Yugoslav ithoricie ane akkad if he vueht } ry Year homage and gratitude of the ‘ os Zz. i wep
: ; ae rary esp he sama “on lw” ca | fer homage oe attache ee aaa Ba:
LUXEMBOURG, Apt } ait Italians who | t nger i be} 1 of pt , aus A” , ¥ '
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World Sugar
Market Dull

LONDON
Sugar Report for

sikow’s
oa, at throughout the

March says the
month rae
set sugal!
= ns a minimum although
bas Deer still substantial gaps to
thetiiled when confidence is suffi-
Bently restored .
eports indicate that In-
ae produce about 50,000 tons
re sugar than was anticipated,
= h means she will require no
ae than 75,000 to 80,000 tons
from the world market, There had
peen rumours she would need as
much as 200,000 but India suffers
from severe dollar shortage.

man purchase of 100,000

- Cubas at $4.45 f.o.b. has
Geen cancelled because the Econo-
mic Co-operation Administration
would not recognise it as qualify-
ing from Marshall Aid dollars
originally to be used to buy For-
mosan sugar (a deal also cancel>
Jed). “It is understood that the
point at issue was the method
adopted in the procurement of
this sugar,” it is added. “It is
thought in some quarters in New
York that this sugar will ulti-
mately be purchased cargo by
cargo, or at any rate in smaller
ypnits on a competitive basis
through normal sugar trade chan-

nels.”

A Gerr

Exceed 1949

Referring to Quba’s expected
surplus production this year,
Czarnikows state “Whatever may
be the true picture in Cuba, and
one estimate Is as good as another
at this stage of the, campaign, the’
suggestion that the crop might
possibly exceed last year’s by a
sizeable quantity caused the mar-
ket some disquiet.”

It is pointed out that any ma-
terial improvement in European
beet crops would be welcome as a
dollar saver and if the beet crop
jn the U.S.A. were to equal the
quota allowed for distribution—
said to be the aim this year ag
well as a possibility—vYould rob
Cuba of the increased outlet which
participation in a deficit would
give her.

Reports from South Africa sug-
gest a record harvest to come—
possibly 5,485,714 long tons of
cane compared with 4,700,000 tons
last year which produced 548,355
tons of sugar.—B.U.P.



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NEW YORK.
New York State is to ban Brit-
ish West Indies workers this

Spring and Summer and give
preference to Puerto Ricans and
other U.S. States are likely to
follow suit.
The ban on
dians is likely
all states
United
Ricans,

3ritish West In-

to be taken up in
where citizens of the
States, including Puerto
are available for farm
for B.W.I.
will, however, continue
in several states,

A large migrant reserve of
labour of native U.S. negroes has
been made available for northern |
States this year because pay and |

conditions in some southern
States are so poor. Over 26,000
such migrants from the south
worked in New York State and

New Jersey farms last year. In

the past Puerto Rican officials
have refused to send their work-
€fs to some southern areas to|

work because of what they called
“starvation wages” and the
cheaper labour from the British
West Indies notably Jamaica, was
used instead

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By DAV!ID TEMPLE ROBERTS

SINCE LABOUR won t
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ther da
dry wits.

_To a question by the famous
Sir Waldron Smithers, whether
he would read a book entitled
“Socialism in Britain is destroy-
ing Freedom in Britain” the Prime
Minister answered that he had
little time to devote to works of
fiction, And his performance, ex-
plaining away smoothly why his
Government would not resign
when defeated was as good as
anything Churchill could do in
quick and graceful manoeuvre.

_ Herbert Morrison is the man
in charge. Each day shows there
is no doubt of that. His political
protege, Maurice Webb, (the new
Minister of Food) is stealing
newspaper limelight. And he is
showing a sympathetic person-
ality. Webb, for instance, had a
press conference this week. His
answers were courteous and
quick witted, designed to appeal
to those who prefer to talk about
food as what people eat rather
than as Whitehall mystery shrowd-
ed in the language of gobbledi-
gook. Webb, for instance, was
asked whether eggs would remain
unrationed. He answered that it
depended on the hens. A previous
and more pompous Food Minister
would probably have murmured
something about his department
instituting investigations at the
source of supply which could not
yet be evaluated. Britain has
suffered too long from the uni-
form manufacture of a tasteless
and unappetising sausage—neces-
sary in wartime, but why now?
Webb. has promised that he will
do something to improve the saus-
age. When asked how this plan
progresses he replied that, in the
words of an aircraft designer, the
new sausage was still in the
“mock-up prototype phase.” It

\pleases. It is a change from flint-

faced government.

This is all the werk of Herbert
Morrison who interds to win the
next election by making the people
a bit happier this summer. Aus-
terity may still be necessary to
save dollars—but it will be or-
ganised differently in such a way
that it does not hamper the sim-
plest joys at every turn. Herbert
is playing af being cheerful. He
knows how to do it. He Has the
cockney trick of being happier
under hard circumstances; his
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LONDON.
he election by a narrow margin
On Clem Attlee

some past blunders.
The Big Shot

Ernest Bevin is no longer the
power he was. His heaith has
failed him. (Reporters hurriea
recently to the Council of Europe
meeting on hearing a rumour that
Bevin was seriously ill). But not
only his health is failing him.
He is dogged by a failure to know
what to do next. Bevin can point
to some successes; he can claim
a part of the credit for the Mar-
shall Plan; he can claim that he
founded the Atlantic Pact by
reaching an alliance with France
more than three years ago. He
would rather not look at the hope-
less tangle of affairs in the Mid-
dle East—where Britain’s situ-
ation looked so favourable when
he came to the Foreign Office.
Farther afield, in Asia, his repu-
tation rests on the achievements
yet fo come of the Colombo
Conference. (There have been
authoritative reports recently that
this meeting meant much more,
and atnieved greater things, be-
hind closed doors, than were re-
ported at the time). But Ernie
does not know what to do now.
When he came to the Foreign
Office, taking over after Anthony
Eden’s long Secretaryship, Britain
sfodd among the three great pow-
ers of the world. Now a policy
has to be formulated on a differ-
ent basis. He is surrounded by
critics—who .also grant him a
certain respect. Everywhere
speculation turns on who will

Aneurin Bevan

succeed Bevin. And who will it
be?

is a claimant
to the Foreign Uffice. Since the
election the great Welshman has
been under a cloud. But it will
take more than a cloud to damp
his ardour. Make no mistake, this
Aneurin, much earicatured, and
despite his angry tongue, is a
great and powerful figure. He is
no small politician with a big
voice, only able to rant and hate.
That impression is easily gained
from cartoohs. But Bevan is one
of the political leaders of the 1950's
who has to be reckoned with
Those who know testify to a
quick imagination. He is cer-
tainly an “out and out” socialist.
But that does-not mean he has a
one track mind. He is quick to

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jbring him advancement. Aneurin
Bevan, the miner’s son, already
ifeels he has one place in British
history, as founder of the first
nationwide free health service in
the world, and would like another
place—as the Foreign Secretary
re-directing Britain on another
track in her foreign policy. Is it
possible? Will Attlee, while he
remains Prime Minister, let the
determined Bevan free, with the
control of British diplomacy
Bevan has no Trade Unionists
bargaining rnind—which trait in
Bevix has fitted well with the
caution of the traditional British
diplomat—but goes directly for
what he wants—win or lose. If
he achieves that desk in the office
overlooking Horse Guards Parade
it will probably be because he is
more “datigerous’” to Morrison in
any other office.

Gorgeous Glorification

Gorgeous Gussie Moran haa
challenged her fashion designer
.o invent something more daring
for this year’s Wimbledon than
two inches of lace trimmings on
her panties. Photographs of pros-
pective costumes for Gussie’s June
appearance were published yes-
terday. Publicity is satis.ied. Bet-
ter suited to a surrealist night-
club, they will certainly raise an
eyebrow—if they ever reach the
Centre Court, which we beg to
doubt. The skirts on her outfits
hardly exist, and the focal point
is a bare midriff.

Tanner For The
Palace

Dukes may be two a penny to
you, but here they are in business
at 2/6 a visit, standard rate.
Crushed by super tax, crippled by
death duties, a few have turned
their houses into finishing schools
for young ladies. Others have
taken the line of least resistance,
and thrown open their ancestral
homes to the public.

And that’s where
starts. 2/6 was the
charge for that sum
Palace, built by the nation for
the first Duke of Marlborough,
ancestor of Winston Churchill or
the Duke of Devonshire’s famous
Chatsworth. A guide, generally
one of the family, was “thrown
in”

But now the Duke of Richmond
has thrown open his
house at Goodwood for the un-
heard of+ price of two shillings
What’s more, his guide books are
free (but must be returned after
use).

An Extra

the trouble
recognised
Blenheim

country

1950 A.D. er 2007?

In London’s most forgotten em- |

bassy in London’s greatest roy
champagne flowed for a New Year
Celebration. It was not four
months too late, for the New Yeat
of Nepal falls generally in April.
In Nepal’s Kensington Embassy,
we were in the era of Vikram, the
Hindu Emperor, and in the year
2007, not 1950.

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LONDON.

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BREST

PARIS, April 18
Communist and non-Commun-
ist Trade Unions in Brest called
a 24 hour general strike to-day to
mourn a worker killed in a clash

between Communist demonstra-
tors and police.
Ten other workers were in

hospital to-day, six seriously in-
jured. Police said they suffered
49 casualties, 17 serious. In Paris
workers locked out from the na-
tionalised Snekma Aircraft Works
where police stormed barricades
yesterday, were ordered by the
Communist-led General Confed-
eration of Labour to “repori for
work” again today. ‘

At a meeting of 300 of the 3,200
men locked out last night a Com-
munist factory leader said “we
must recapture our factory. Every-
body must be at the factory gates
tomorrow”.

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paper Aurore to-day blamed the
Communist Party for the Brest
riots, but the non-Communist
Union Force Ouvrier and _ the
Christian Workers Confedera-
tion last night joined the strike
movement.

The left-wing Franc-Tireur
said “what the Communist Party
was not able to achieve, brutal
repression has achieved. for it.”

The Communist Party secre-
tariat has protested against police
shooting in Brest and called on
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for a Government of the people
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Marseilles dockers, belonging to
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Jamaica To Get

are now limiting customers to wis ee .
“normal requirements’ — mean- Soil Le < tures

ing that they won’t supply peo- LONDON,
ple with stocks to hoard Sir Harold Glover, former
against a price rise, but Britain’s| Chief Conservator of Forests in
current annual consumption of/the Punjab, and recently Director
over 800,000 tons of coffee (com-' of Forest Management to the Al-

pared with a pre-war average of

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small by world standards and
there is no danger of shortage on
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nial producers, particular in
Africa, since Brazil's production
from old trees is steadily declin-
ing.

World coffee prices are not ex-
pected to drop drastically for at
least the next two seasons, de-
spite the recent sharp rises—in
British East Africa. Britain has
doubled the price she pays, to
bring it up to between £250 and
£305 a ton.

To save dollars Britain imports
the inferior. Brazilian coffee (a
cause of much complaint in some
quarters in London), reserving
the finest Empire coffees for ex-
port to dollar-lands, A certain
amount of Kenya and Jamaica
| coffee is available to the public
}at the controlled price but the
merits of this better-grade coffee
are not really well enough known
to create a demand that would re-
sult in an important shortage of
| it.
| There

j

appears to be enormous
scope for enhanced production of
| Colonial coffee, bearing in mind
| the crop needs five years to come
into production.

—B.U.P.



| In their stiff-necked uniforms,
\the party from the Russian em-
| bassy next door drank quanti-

ties of champagne in dead silence,
| maintained a stiff upper lip and
i kept strictly to themselves,



So deliciously light!
And youe

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Be ready for compliments when you make this
scrumptious pudding for the family! And don’t”
think there’s a special knack in getting that melt-
in-the-mouth lightness into your puddings! With
Royal Baking Powder to guarantee success, you
can’t fail! Here's the recipe:

Sift.together 5 oz. plain flour, 1 rounded teaspoon
Royal Baking Powder, a pinch of salt, and 2 oz. sugar.
Rub in 2 oz. butter. Add ] beaten egg and sufficient
warm black coffee to make a stiff batter. Pour the

mixture into a greased

basin (6-inch size), cover

with greased paper, and steam for 2 hours. Serve

with a sweet sauce.
This makes a really

delicious, light, steamed

sponge pudding with a marvellous flavour. You

see, you can rely op Roya! for a perfect light
texture, because it’s blended so that it raises
evenly all through. Expert cooks always use
Royal. It makes successful baking sure.




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lied Control Commission for Ger- |

many and Austria, has left London |
to lecture in Jamaica, Cuba, Mexi- |
co, Colombia, Peru and Brazil on |

sail conservation.
The tour is sponsored
British Council.

by the

-B.U.P.

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meals, just suck two Rennies, one
after the other. As they dissolve,
their balanced blend of antacid
ingredients goes straight to where
the trouble lies, and corrects your
acidity. You can always settle
trouble from acid stomach im-
mediately, if you carry a few Rennies
(they're wrapped separately) in your
pocket or handbag. If they don’t give
you relief, it’s time you saw your
doctor. Get Rennies at any chemist.

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quistadores ginal nquer c- somewhere at the back \
pobladores r abaequent a the h f After talking for days with scores of people, get- | if
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f K eit t they would overturn on corners. The (
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¢ local people would object. ; {
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endas ne r¢ f Witte re r ' yrug and tal- i : ese border is impossible, and a constant searchlight
BE agtnis@ r i : t & J establish | and machine-gun watch could never be a eS
; < bot t their | What, then, is the solution? “The Dog
Pe va aken gove r- | hope their call for a supreme commander
P ynecern by the 48 =. | the Commonwealth's biggest dollar-earn FOR
at half tt and as| ‘from Communism. Has General Briggs so
hange of | Ung new idee

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aders Say: FINE CUTS
The Dilemma of Sugar is Still Awaiting a Solution Of Tender -Nutrit Meal
- ender ulritlous ea
‘ price Of the es and with reduced tariffs, a this will be given speciai of pleasure-seek« those ra 2 Se
} Br Gove iuota which, in a favourable ynsideration in fixing the quan- the same localit; A
fimes al 3 pur “ 640,006 y amount to nearly half her +it of sugar to be covered by the case in other ¢ ea FOR YOUR
: t t ited inerat rop. She is therefore the control- these arrangements.” The clearance of .
i ighly 71 per cet lung factor in world sugar price READER standing on 1 4 < mf
11 i ; >u f 1 e in th These two factors—the prospec- mei d nd p ARI VY
“ if ' nade t tr Uve increase in world sugar ip- I . . Z re er of "
: : - eh th ieemen lian and Ge . > bet gh a = Sanitation at pres ver of
‘ ‘ ealt produ rhi ane “ ga {ween st he é si ~ 5 cies
i » ; ; em ; , re f : : To the Editor, The Advocat rubbish d ea]
the belief ; ‘ I » much Indian and Cuban co A produc- to ste wh ‘ of the r Dr & Sweet . Martin
er han tion underlie the preser t, on be f SIR ire very much the go | ‘ aiske Y = rin 2
’ \ " took We I € trover jeed it i ne i Tr, are - gh sta achieved as regard hould also be Royal Club Gin q
tl rest of tt z1 f forex ' f t them. bs t - nitat I y ompare a oar aac z ' q
b k pu I t i gued, if « foreca 4 u & o t ee eve i Luc as ¢ mopar questione ine a a Moselle Wines Goddards 3
y tha nd 5 years from r ha t few year As & inten plantati ; : a 3
{ ) posed of i ten e fut ‘ ineconomica hig estr mn. of this parish 1 thi if ; Gold Braid Rum Top Notch 2
WH) tor al » an i ine AKe € My nh 7 » e i
: : ‘ . 7" are est Ind * oe pan gUCeT eve - Rum Cocktail Onions, z
’ f a mdity t Ind ] ¥ aise tk . ‘ 7
o cei lepr paw 5 - :
‘ plu ment for sugar, with possibly ‘ i -ope public the oy wit he ~Ouwe eanul Cheeselets
\ ext i We at ricted output of beet sugar : 4 eI *veryone whether power to 1 ove wiglets Cocktail Sausages #94
f } It 4 t which this and other countries sub- S“ppiy and rn tax er 0 avo adjacent to ar f
p West | i [ idize so heavily. As it is, the West country car u g@ that possibly cause the bli : Bi 3S Pa Sa 4 ae
7 i ‘ “ Indians wish, not unnaturally to Imports in the ely |i - epidemi aS « ommitment that this will catch the eve f the
G I j f the igre ecure a guaranteed market and a spective of their st. It t jlirection would be great omne : _ y 7 ”
} j [ i pe ré ative price in future years is equally easy t am ist in tact with wer a : FOR ¥ @i R PE q '
. i} ke ¢ st least the ' { their a % ha . y on tie . . wees } : 6
t € i ‘ igar ¢ y that f abl the West India put xpenditure t Sanit . ‘
% ‘ “SE nese t
‘ ) tons instead he 640.000 upor ri ta t is : f 1949 ig PURIN i. ‘ E
sad eo ie Heth awe, ee ' \ DOG CHOW
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Bia eR A i a a en

§

» WE

pNESDAY:,

Bathed At

ew Orleans

E have al-|

PEOPLE have al
ead use of the Public}
at New Or-|
at this. bath can be |

ym.
ey opened
ne, Showers
ap to nin
y eople, 1
ington
j work late
ne building :
jght latrin "
ae is the only
the island that
fl 9.00 p-m-

e o'clock at nigh

at night, benefit.

of 17

rrival :
ant the a is awaited.

¢ of machinery

Prag in the

4 among 13 knitting

sjoth daily.

second f /
r the chines—various shapes
ing

4 re e ‘|
js manned by a local git
ois do the packing
cutting.
4 on this floor

esent Jearning

a day to be taught.

i A. Karp, who is in charge

and dye-

ing, drying
pleechunks “Advo-

rtment, told the
ped it will find employ-
+ for over 200 and of these
nt 150 will be girls. He pointed
that some of the girls employ-
have a knowledge of dress-
ng while others do not. —
* B, Bernstein of the Knitting
rtment, said that he is busy
ing designs for men’s sport-
He has already produced
different designs. When
re machinery arrives he expects
preate even more.
i, Bernstein said that the de-
that he is now creating were
seen before—not even in
S.A. He pointed out that his
jn the U.S.A. was creating de-
in the knitting section and
he had created his design the
Mills followed.

H. L. MASSIAH performed
an autopsy ‘on the body of
Hes Beckles of Blades Hill, St.
ip at 2.00 p.m. on Monday and
quest is fixed for 11.00 a.m.
orrow.

es was found in a trench
arley Vale, St. Philip in an
nscious condition. He ‘was
n to the General Hospital and
a few hours later—at 12.30
, on Monday

ACCIDENT occurred at
about 3.00 p.m. yesterday at
porner of McGregor and Broad
is between motor lorry M319,
fn by Jerome Carrington of

Land, Spooner’s Hill, St.
wel, and a bicycle ridden by



y Seale of Bank Hall Cross |

front wheel of
damaged.

the bicycle

OTBALL is now a daily game

mm the Princess Alice Play-

ield. Since the grounds were

| Weed, few games were being

d there, bui' now the various

pis are on holiday, the bays

the playing field convenient.

9.30 o’clock every mor-

football is in full swing on
grounds ,



MORE FLOUR
ARRIVES

sT INDIAN Knitting
HE a Coleridge Street ap
n be working In ~~ iT meee

needles can be seen
39,008 Knitting Depart-
tof the Mi 5 re
of the Mill. These nee mn

which produce many bolts

foor they are 14

and
The articles pro-
are gents’ and

r, men’s shirts and
. ae any of the girls are

to operate the
and they are taken on

erday that when the Mill

APRIL 19, 1950



5,000 People |

t

eaving football
during the evening

houses 12 showers
s, It opens at 6.00
public bath
remains open

| put

*

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ke

A PARTY of Police from the
taking part in a ten weeks’ course

In the picture Coloni
at the Police College.

Diamond Corner, St. Peter

George Boyce died on S
Hospital from injuries he r¢
in a bicycle accident on Ch





Unemployment
In Jamaica Is
Big Problem

ONE of the chief problems con-
fronting Jamaica to-day is the
question of unemployment and the
House of Representatives has been
getting busy recently tackling the
position, Mr. C, H. Dicks in, Sec-
retary of the Federation of Civil
Service Associations in the Carib-
bean area told the “Advocate”
yesterday.

Mr. Dickson was an arrival re-
cently from Jamaica for the Civil
Service Conference and is staying
at “The Risk”, St. James.

He said that they had thousands
of unemployed and up to now, the
Government hgd not been able to
evolve any scheme other than a
temporary one to overcome the
difficulty.

The entire House of Representa-
tives had resolved itself into a
Committee to consider plans being
forward by the People’s Na-

| tional Party for the curing of that

evil. They only had a couple of
meetings, but nothing definite had
been arrived at. The Party was
however definite that they would
be able to come to some decision
which would have the advantage
of curing the evil.

A Commissioner
In Jamaica, Mr. Dickson said
that they had a Commissioner from
England who made a report on



lefforts to

the re-organisation of the Civil
Service. That report had been pub-
lished, but not yet implemented by
the Government, but the Civil Ser-
vice Association active in its
get omething done to

Vas

en the S.S. “Alcoa Pointer” | Place the service on a better foot-
d at Barbados from Halifax |

day, it discharged

1,365
of flour and 1,011 sacks of
her cargo arriving by the
» Pickled pork, drugs and
Darts,

tailed yesterday

ee evening for
Incent

» are agents

—_

late And Lyle
rms New Co.

8 Our London Correspondent)

LONDON
and Lyle Technical Ser-
has been formed as a private
hy with a capital of £100 to
ON or finance, assist or take
Mm the development, exten-
ind carrying on the business
Producers, manufacturer
mers and refiners of
M sugar and



and
any by-pro-
, 7

the manufacture thereof



ping-paralysis cstrike
has held paralysis strike
100 mills

Official G

Up production in

overnment
Said that planters,
and spokesmen for the

ugar Workers’ Union

, 24 a minimum bonus
aS Day
S.A strik
a Mus
M of Cy
marge output

B.U.P.

state-

to satisfy Union
€ was threatened

last

Ot sugar

P 9
a
t's On Today
He Of General Board
at 2.30 p.m,
Tennis at
» at 4.00 pm
eee Competition
( at 4.30 p.m.

the

:
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Rew company emerges from
and Lyle hiving-off. It
B made a subsidiary of Tate
He Investments
—B.U.P.
—
9 ~
per Bonus For
Sugar Workers
a HAVANA
x nt on what is describ-
Uper production bonus”
er workers has end-
n



Mball
1 c — }

nm ween's Park

} Pt Ball as

5 CA. a. 7.50 ~ ’

; v D.m

St

the

eee.

ing.

On account of the high cost of
living, salaries in all grades were
generally accepted to be too low

}and while the Report of the Com-
" for this port was milk | â„¢iSssioner did not go far enough,

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yet it was felt that it would be a
step in the right direction and
would leave room for further im-

Messrs. DaCosta & |Provements as time passed by.

Asked about this year’s tourist
season, Mr. Dickson said that it
had been a particularly good one
and added that a large amount of
dollars had been left in the colony
by the thousands of tourists wh
came down during the winter. The

| hotels, business houses and others
}had also greatly

benefited by the

influx of visitors.



Rum Goés
To Bermuda

Quantities of molasses for Hali-
fax, Bermuda and Toronto, rum
for Bermuda and general cargo for
St. Lucia, left the island last night
by S.S. “Lady Rodney

The “Rodney” arrived early
during the day from British Gui-

ana via Trinidad, bringing 22]
passengers and a few packages of !
cargo

From British Guiana arrived}
garments, shampoo, patent medi- |
cines and limacol; from Trinidad
was paper, while from Grenada |

peas and fresh fruit were landed. |

The “Rodney” is consigned to]
Gardiner Austin & C¢
Ltd

}cut at the

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was given in re- | leen’
preeedent- | bulk

Colonies including the Gold Co

al Police receive instructions on a Stree

yesterday by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coroner of District

urday, April 15 about 5.50 p.m.



in British Police procedure at. the

St. Peter Cycle Death |Lewis Resigns
Inquiry Adjourned

THE INQUIRY into the death of George Boyce of

was adjourned until April





unday, April 16 at the General
scelved when he was
urch Street, St. Peter

involved
on Sat-

Dr. W. Kerr who performed th¢
post mortem said he examined the
body of a man identified as Geor
Boyce. His apparent age was 30
There were many bruises on the
surface of the head and on open



ing the skull a gross haemorrha



ge
with clots was noticed. The brain
was di aged and there were twi



fractures to the skull comms
at the back of the head

tinuing to the front

ind con-

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were congested and the heart
normal. The liver was pale and
bowels normal In his opinion
death was due to the fractures
the skull with haemorrh

Sgt. Connell who is tachec |
District “E” Police Sta )
April 15 about 8.45 p.m. he a
panied Selvin Gilkes of Port:
St. Peter to Church Street Ss
Peter. Gilkes showed him spot!
where an accident occurred be-|
tween two bicycles, TI pot wes}
five feet nine *hes from the left |



gutter pointing in the

the country. He

airection of
showed him blood



Stains which were nine neches|
from the left gutter on the same}
Slade

—The Father—

Augustus Hall live
Diamond Corner and George Boyce |
was his son. He saw him on April}
15 about 5 p.m. when he left his}
house About 7 p.m. the same}
day he saw him at the General}
Hospital, in an unconscious ;
The next morning he went to th¢

Sala he it



hospital and saw his dead body

lying in the Hospital Mortuars

where he identified it to Dr. Ker1
Selvin Gilkes said on April

about 5.45 p.m





Ne was riding his}
bicycle along Church Street, S
Peter travelling eastwards to-
wards the country. George Bc
riding nis Dicycle the
ide of the road. Th i of
ng lowly when the A
bicycle coming from th posite | I
direction travelimg tas !
middle of the road. When the rider

of the approaching bike reached



Boyce asked him “what he doing

and at the same hey |

collided and both fell to the grounc
After Boyce fell he 1

onscious, Naving
on the pavement at
road

The other rider whom he re-
cognised as Sonny Taitt received
a cut over his right eye. With the |
help of others he helped to lif |
Boyce from the ground into a car}
which took him to Dr. Clarke but}
Dr. Clarke was not at home and}
they at once took him to the Gen-}
eral Hospital.

truck his heac

the side of the

After he left the hospital he re-
ported the matter to District “E |
Police Station and then went to}

the spot where the accident occurr- |
ed with Sgt. Connell

Taitt about 75 to 80
when he first saw him

was

aras

Three Cyclists

Maybell Griffith of
Peter

Ben Hill, St



said SNe Was Walking

on |
Church Street, St. Peter on Apri |
15 and when she reached Mr. Jor
dan’s house on the left side of the
road she saw Selvin Gilkes and}
George Boyce each riding a bicvele |
going in her direction

Each of thenr had tiex

bicycle hi tring of fish 10 |
they were riding at medium pace
Suddenly she sa a icycle ap-|
proaching at a fast rate the mid-

dle of the street
cry out and then both of them col-|
lided and fell to the groun
inconscious and there was a
back of his head. A car

ind heard Boyce|

Boyce

was



came and he was taken awWay
7’ Only the three cyclist ere }
ue ere |front of her when this Lappe |
Theodore Taitt of Gays, St. Peter
| se 1 15 about p.m he]
Supplies of charcoal, firewood, | Said on April 15 abc pm he
. - since and ssh fruit | was riding going down Speig -|
copra, cocoanuts and fresh {rer oe yg hes “ia
arrived here from St. Lucia yes- | town ae ‘ — aan in te
terday by schooner “United Pil- | he saw three men ing th
grim S x 'same road riding bicycle I |
From Trinidad came the “Zoi | of them were on the left hand
f | the d th sther as OF
’ bringing 40 tons of coal in| of the reed and the 1
the £ t
and household effects | the right “ sa a
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| tion he reached him the ollide
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2 Certain small criticisms occur] lution by Hon. Wilson Mc Millian
| > ~ jito me. The book is meant to] expressing grateful Appreciation DRINK & KENJO y
| Council Post introduce the subject. To my|of the Legislative Council to thé

et |mind however, the draw ing} British Government .for helping

Dr. Arthur Lewis, brother of] approach in part I is taken -too British Honduras in its immedi-
:| of Hon'ble Alan Lewis, member of | rapidly Chapter 2 in particular ere needs and allowing the colony
ithe Legislative Council of St.| introduces a great many ideas .25,000 tons of sugat
j Lucia, has resigned his appoint- without much practice on each The motion was unanimously
|ment to the Colonial Bconomic|I also consider the forma] aP-l| approved fot the Legislative
Development Council. proach of parts 2 and 3 could Council
Dr. Lewis, who is a professor at | have been preceeded by informal ni ‘rnor Ronald Garvey stated
| Manchester: University, wrote in| calculations to intro e thej,, ee one ithe ais Alan
the Manchester Guardian of | ideas involved. Both tl! j that the unemployment figure of



| hegotiate with the Barbados Gov-
ernment for a licence to drill for
oil here

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE


































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seme A New School) Puisne Judge Sides Bie : ;
° ox iS J R ed
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: ; at pP wy or indwards | i >
Pere. (I (seometry voi. | ae > | the hospital. $ A LOVELY
) ° | ‘
yagi: see Lied Ant eewards | Whenever | .
fe | By ALG. Camacho| * eS sk infect i ASSORTMENT
| rom Qur London Correspondent) is
To all interested ducat LONDON. | infection 3 OF
in the West In st be er Mr. William Adrian Date, Chief ! ‘
couraging to find ; ook | Secretary, Windward Islands. has | threatens ix
written by a West with} been made a Puisne Judge of the | : . 1¢ R k
West Indian examples ; with | Supreme Court of the Windward | . in your home, 8
| the difficulties of West ijians|and Leeward Islands. His ap- | @ 18
taken into account polintment was announced by the use IR e
Mr. Camacho has been most| Secretary of State for the Calonies ik
| successful in his task. He has a ie b in- 1908-4 \ T T L ' 1
; Produced a logical sequence, in-| _ Mr. Date was born in 1 in
troducing the “subject informally noe B He Sehe ees EpTIC 1% ¢. CARLTON BROWNE
and passing on to a formal pres-| Grenada Boys’ School and Lodge TUES ERRERIEY ANIECED) 1%
entation. In keeping with modern| School, Barbados. Called to the . | t Wholesale & Retell
ideas, he has reduced the number! = at the Middle Temple re 1080; | Deaderant»: «' « ne 3 Druggist
of essential] theorems and has|@ was in private practice in| Doesn't Pain , . . Doesn't Stain \¢
stressed the practical side. with an| Gtenada and at St Vincent before | 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813
emphasis on constructions. He has| 2°! appointed as a Magistrate, i?
wisely not separated the practical| 5U0-Collector and District Officer :







. . v
and theoretical sides, but worked: !" ah —_ a. ag In ae

| them into g harmonious whole. | 8S Promoted to be Crown At- —

| .The book has a neat layout, | torney, St. Vincent and was trang: a aus = a Oe a a ue
with essentials clearly picked our| 'e’?ed to Jamaica as Legal Drafts- Saas aes >
in dark print. Plenty ot man in 1944. He took up his pres-

SPACRY ena
| gives it an easy appearance, with, °"* Post in 1947.



Fresh for your



bold ht Se clearly marked A| L I Pets 1!
feature of the book is the number | ] son
ggg oo Bin as oninbe Seen nemployment
= An TE | Shou eer ampes, which oe PURINA DOG CHOW
| student.

Kigure Reduced

Leone. The hints given by the author

Barbados, etc.,
















Hendon Police College. wT show an understanding of the} In BH. a PURINA BIT CHOW
t Accident from Station Sgt. Attwood points which cause a schoolboy |
difficulty. I imagine it would be| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) hh. Jason Jones & Co., Lid.
Bt oa ee oe are eae | eerie useful revision] BELIZE, April 17 Distributors.
Vol. 1. Consists of three parts.| Hon. Johnny Smith, Peoples —$—— — ="

Part I is an informal approach| Committee leader, who led the
by drawing, Parts 2 and 3 q | fight against the devaluation of a ee : =
formal approach lead t the British Honduras dollar



oO areas |
|
|

and Pythagoras early this year seconded a reso-

_ Development







March 16
Sir,

reduced to

1,599 |
|

the entire colo as
could be the entire colony was

a year first of all on a

icisms met by spending

I consider the “Socialist” book such













tO prove the

| Government’s action in the]ag Durell’s recent A first The emergency act declared on |
{| Seretse affair to be dishonest Geometry.” February 15 is still enforcable
in suppressing the report; I also consider part ‘ ll »] | though = anti-devaluation unrest
cowardly, in surrendering to] have been introduced by tate-} iS nonexisting over a month, but
South African policies, which] ment to the deas which are going} an unconfirmed report stated that}
are certain to cause the disin-| ito be regarded as axiomati | the Executive Council may lift |
tegration of the Empire; and in- In this cannection, the thor’'s} the ban on the public meetings |
sulting to the 400,000,000 col- Theorem 4 eer necessary,| at the rerular meeting Wednesday. |
ourea citizens of the Empire.|If he considers ightly. |
As one of these, and to mark that “when two lin re srallel. |
my disgust, I have to-day re-| the alternate angle: re equal . . ,
signed my appointment to the] is axion ; t really ; aaa P lirfield For |
Colonial Economie and Develop- * + tad .





nent Council—Yours & , Ue a y| : MY '
umW. Anracr Lawrs, | S88€_a_ Proof which depends on| Jamaica Filmland
W. ArrHuR Lewis, since two line n the same |
37, Clyde Road, Manchester 20 lirectior they re aralle HOLLYWOOD
a ae begging § the Kingswood Films have announ-
to all intents ar poses re i in Holly that they have
Phe Campbells) sis vie tec: a adamitic® "| gear Reliywood mat tney a

leased Vernam Field, war-time
} » othe
One other I she film

work

Jamaica, for
will begin

O.S. air base in
roduction and
on June 1
Dave Garber, Kingswood’s



like to see
troduced e:

}

a

langles in-]

arly al used to prove
Pythagoras instead of the long}
|

COOLING &

REFRESHING

Xe. TIN

t
there

Mr

Leave In May

old method I also

HON’ BLE P F Campbell | gatetie axtensio: ;rowd rele-| General Manager, said that the
O.B,} Acting Colonial Secre- the ren ninaiein aoe P ace \fagreement gives Kingswood use
t ‘ rocat 103« d i
wa are bk to will be included in Vol dreds of thousands of pounds
the summer before The author has however assured } inc luding housing accommodation

me that
ered in
awaiting

these



points will be
and I am

langanyika to
duties as Assistant
that colony

cov-} at the base, which covers about

eagerly} 700 acres.

take
Chief

his
Secretary of

up

the appearance of this} Arrangements have been made

|
|
|
1, Which} of equipment worth several hun- |

Mr. Campbell will be leaving | volume ve : _ with Eagle-Lion for work on 12
Barbados on Saturday May 13 E. C, QUEREE films in Jamaica B.U.P
by T.C.A. for Canada and will |



be accompanied by his wife

He said that he hoped to take |
a boat few days later |
for L but if time per-|}
mitted he hoped to able tc
the Department of Trans-
Ottawa to thank then
lly for the invaluable
they were giv-
Government
onnection with the constructior
ay at Seawell |
not made any |
ar at all, he was hoping that
there everal oppor- |
watching the West |

cricket team while n

across a
verpool,
be
all on

port in



nce Vnict







\ithnough he had
vould be

tunities of
Indie

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Oil Director
From Trinidad

The Managing Director of Trini-
Leaseholds Ltd Mr, Ruth- |
Murray, and Dr Hans Kug-

ler, Consulting Geologist, and Mr

dad

ven

E Cooper Scott, a Petroleurn
Technologist, will arrive _ this |
morning at Seawell from Trini- }
iad

They are coming to Barbados to



HAVANA, April 18

The eventh American Agri-
cultural Congress, closing yester-
day, adopted a resolution |

recommending the organisation of |
the American States to undertake |
to study furthering the establish- |
ment of housing co-operations. |

|





It also recommended that ali}
atic 1 the Housing |
Congress it Amsterdan next
| August also charged the
|} Cuban Architects Association to]
tudy the establishment of a|

American concrete institute, |

re vheel struck the rear}
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PUBLIC NOTICES



POST OFFICE NOTICE.
AIR MAILS







“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders





|
gA T Ki S | FOR RENT your ot age niger pes ftom With reference to the Mail Notice of 28th February last, the public
——— Week Sun. necessary, Write today ae tema ee are asked to note that although the routing of mails to the United
UNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20 = peo Book to Britain's largest ano| Kingdom remains the same there is an improvement in the elapsed
| ANNO Caper | HOUSES | marvellous nishers: highest commission, | time for the 3 mails sent weekly on Mondays, Thursdays and Satur-
or SALE per | "WENGE Gent: Yolee. hkes | Jcnes, Williame a on. eee ee, | days. All air mails for the United States are now routed via Miami
- 04.03 | ment on the sea Be, Lapaenoe tutte ee ee Maen ~~ | for onward conveyance, letters for the Northern States reaching New
sa 33.3.50—-t.in.| CLUB SECRET ARYSHIP York within a few hours of their receipt at Miami. From the Schedule
su tuate at Hastings ea below it will be seen that there is now no advantage to be gained by

7 .48 69) On the sea side. The house ontitainr VACANT:

routing letters for London or New York via Trinidad and paying the





and fou
» and al) conveni APPLICATIONS high e
on the premises. a wake 5 pen | Secretaryship of Oar me. cen ae ee ee ,
-50— Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which beaches SCHEDULE
ae on-Sea Maxwell's | Quarters the jist, July, 1950. Free
‘cast, Excellent sea - ers suitable for i ; ; ;
nished; four oe oe couple together wikét Vigike tent eee Mails for the United Kingdom
telephone, , ’ rijten applicat 5 ” ( Z
phone gaye, 7820+ APBIY opposite gr| dressfkt to; PP cations should be ad Mail closes Leaves Leaves Arrives
pee Ti VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club, Barbados Jamaica London
‘ Serer PTOiE 23, 11 Maraval Road. AM P.M AM PM
FLAT—No. 3 = 15.4.50—6n Ml. +N. M. sapaaaa
ton Hill, From June ist. Full eer ys. (a) Mon. 11.45 Monday 5.15 Wed. 9.20 Thurs. 7.10
2 Bedrooms. Apply Mr ee furnished } a
: vets. Lynch, White b) Thur.11.45 Thurs. 5.15 Saturday 9.20 Sunday 7.10
‘ait Hall Flat No. 1. (b ur. 11.46 hurs.. 5. aturday 9.2 Sunday 7
a THANKS 1. Telephone fo} . NOTICE AM.
be eP R est s , » Wisin chi ”
veg through this medium to than’ cee — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ SaMiee a eee (c) Sat. 9.00 Sunday 9.45 Monday 9.20 Tuesday 7.10
who sent wreaths, cards, ers | yy, » Fully shed. Containing| * e /
thoes other way sympathised with Sirs on gp and Dining] NOTICE Is enaneee Paces one Mails for the United States
bereavemen: : 4 See .
repent | See ers | and ail modben- cbnvenionet Dial seer | Persons having any debt or claims again: i i
death 0! or 2871. 13.4.50-Sn, ie ——_ of Samuel A. Skeene, deceased Mail closes Leaves Leaves Arrives
‘ te ° © of Near Rices in the Paris! s z S ice ig
Niceolls family. 19.4,90| . HOUSE TO LET—From ish May ag | Philip in this Tsland, ees ae = oe Barbados Jamaica Miami
SE ert 30th. Large fully furnished house lor soleil i mie ee Ami ame. va. _
Ee . coa: renin td é a si i 2 ~ulars o 5 tf are} oa
, bathing. $75 rae ay ee eelian their claims duly attested pmctlars © | (d) Mon. 11.45 Monday 5.15 Tuesday 3.25 Tuesday 8.15
IN MEMORIAM 13.4.50—7n_ Hil ox : Pn eo ee of Thornbur (e) Wed 2.00 Thurs. 9.45
re —_——————————— of Ju 1950 efore the 15th day ®
950 after which date. I sh P.M. AM, — Thurs. 8.15
memory of our beloved|, OFFICE—One Office over Sanitary = as ich date. I ;
qlimtUDE SMITH, who fell asleep on oer. Pettity MAHI Street. Aprly | Gcceased ‘among tne ‘Ne_assets. of the! (ft) Sat. 9.00 Sun. 9.45 Monday 3.25 Monday 8.15
oad Judge! for sin'’s pollution 31.3.50—t.t.n | nereto, having regard only to such





Pi
- ul be ever blest
May hey gift of absolution

—_—_—————————
ine 8 CULDUNE — Cattlewash, Bathsheba
And evermore be at rest.

Fully furnished, containing four bed-

f rooms, Frigidaire and all modern con-






Thorne (sister), Clyde and} \eniences for May,
, June and J
F Carlos Williams (nephew). | Phone @810 Mrs. S’ He Hynawt 7'
if 44.50—In.. 16.4.50—3n,
Bin loving memory of my dearly! BUNGALOW, also Flat, f a
MUE ’ , facing sea mair
; See toe te S annae roud, Hastings, furnished from May ist.

OACH,
blow on April 18th 1949.
one year at least is gone to-day

And I your memory do revere,
‘Ris fresh to me, my grief for you.
And sorrow great which I pass through

All comforts, English baths with heaters,
showers, telephones, verandahs. Tele-
phone 5 31.3.50—t.f.n

a
REST COT—On Sea, Weiches, Max-
well, 2 Bedrooms furnished. From May



























i w hides but not divides.

‘The grave no h (wife), Marion Roach | 18t- Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t.£,n.
Lilian Roach (wif —_—_——_
=" Charles Samuel ae HOUSE—In Pine Hill, fully furnished,

from July to October inclusive to ap-
broved tenant. Reasonable rent. Apply:
Bob King c/o Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd

19.4.50—in

Seeman ee
GREEN GATES—Navy Gardens. Fully
furnished small house for 3 months
from May 8th suitable for couple. Bar- |
bados Real Estate Agency, office Hast-

ings Hotel Ltd. Telephone 2336.
19.4.50—2n

FOR SALE



| “WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, for the

n of May, June and November
+ Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-
St. Thomas. 19.4, 50—3n.

CAR—1™9 Austin A-70, damaged in
faccident For sale by auction on in-
Insurance at

structions Co,
Courtesy Garage on Friday this week
at 230 pm. DIXON & BLADON.





For Sale Cond



from.



19.4,.50-1n | MISCELLANEOUS
———
DS
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19.4,50—3n, | Meally suitable for children. C. F

Harrison & Co. Ltd.





CARS—One Chrysler Sedan Car, (1)

¢ Sedan Car, (1) Plymouth Sedan |,,.BUS AND TRUCK TYRES, made

dV





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rine Lane. 19.4,50—5n | further shipment of these 32 ten



x 6
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was er els prices just what they
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n. In good condition, for viewing. Agents. 19.4. 50—3n

$900.00 or naarest offer. Apply:
] A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
Wood Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.
18.4.50—3n.

Roly BALLOONS — Assorted Colours and
Sizes, get some forthe kiddies—Knights
Drug Stores, 19.4, 50—2n











R—Standard 8 H,P. (X-771) with Rie ECE ee dines Nwion fe
without Radio. Apply: Millet Room x ure stle including t e _Jamores
Plantations Building. Telephone MASON PEARSON” — Knights Drug
y 18.4.50—3n | Storeq. 19.4.50—2n



One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946 CAMERAS—All Varieties and make
del in really good order. Cole & Co.| Priced from $5.00 to $40.00 each. No
a 18.4.50—4n,, | Vacation complete without a Camera

Knight's Drug Stores.

19.4.50—2n

R—M.G. Sports Model,

in
order, new tyres and top. No

good

onable offer refused. Apply Jef- BOOTS WORM SYRUP—A pleasant
Kirton. Phone 2425. and reliable preparation for freeing

i, 50—6 chikdven from worms. C. F. Harrison
Te lonips MeN OP lee te Tan 19.4.50—2n





TRAVEL SICKNESS TABLETS—For
. the prevention of sea, car or air sickness
IGERATOR—New 1949 General| ©. F. Harrison & Co. Ltd
8 Cubic Feet with guanantee.
189. 19.4,50—3n.

MIXERS—There is __ still
to own a DORMEYER

at_ pre-devaluation
p See them TO-DAY at G. W
WICHINSON & CO. LITD, Broad St
16.4.50—3n.

19.4.50—2n







WOODEN TRAVELLING CHEST, idea
tropical use. Makers “Durex” Size 33”
20” x 13/7 Metal edgad, zinc lined, air-
tight, dampproof. Also small metal cash
box both with keys complete, ‘phon:
8225. 19.4.50—-In

]

x

for you







————— TANK—One Galvanised Tank caparits
400 gals. measurements 4ft. x 4ft. x 4ft
fitted with manhole and cc

Ll STOCK



and bra

claims of which I shall then have had NOTE. The mail (ec) despatched an Bonders
notice and I will not be liable for th
assets or any part thereof so distributec
t iy person of whose debt or ciaim
shall not then have had notice

And all persons indebted to the S
estate are requested to settle their
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 8th day of March 1950

J. MeD. SKEENR,
Qualified executor of the
Samuel A. SKEENE, deces

to the United Kingdom
and the mail (e) despatched on Thursdays to the United
States are the quickest.
Canada
The position in the case of air mails for Canada remains the same.
Mails despatched on Tuesdays via Trinidad are delivered in Montreal
on the following Friday P.M.





ft

te of
Curacao
Air Mails for Curacao will be closed at 11.45 a.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
* Plane does not call at Jamaica.

General Post Office,

sed .
9.3.50—4n
ene

NOTICE



ORIENTAL
GOODS !!

CUR
BRAS

SANDAL,

KASHMERE

Pr.









































































MISCELLANEOUS now nearing completion, | having ‘Three Bedrooms, a Large
Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Two fully tiled Bath and

OLD GOLD AD ate pace Toilet. Outside, two car Garage, Two Servants’ rooms & Toilet
prices paid for old gold and silver jewel- : er i . . ve > s > Inge- g
lary and suvaoe WT. Davita a Con Le, & Shower., A fourth Bedroom can be made if a Lounge-Dining

Room is required.
Viewing by appointment only by applying to - - -

20 Broad Street 15.4.50—6n














High
In

tap. Alleyne Arthur's Grocery,
Street. 19.4, 50-

ANTISEPTIC DUSTING POWDER
delicate and harmless nursery and toilet

(1) Thoroughbred. Filly b:
could race in August. Her Dany

quomec. Apply G. L.
d. Norwood, St. James.



ia.



18.4.50—3n. | rowder for the relief of all forms
skin irritations a i exompave
\NEOU: vi iration. C. F. larrison & 0
Ss itd. 19.4.50—2n



of every description
old Jewels,
books,

., at Gorringes An
Royal Yacht Club.



PUBLIC SALES

tique Snop,
1.9.49.—t.£.n,





















he i ae Pn food condition 8 ft. AUCTI
" i eep pump. at Bel Air, D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane
og, «Gap, St, Michael, Telephone offers “the following properties at St

VALOR

15.4,50—4n.

PARTS — Flame
ek, Wick-Carriers, Flame

George (1) One property consists of 10
acres of land and a two storey house

ron which is in perfect order,

Wi

At St. James one (1) property consists
— Generatots, and other} (¢ around 30 acres of land and a two
Dial 2696, uto Tyre Co., Trafalgar storey Stone house which has a lovely

5.4.50—t.f.n,

!—Half-meh
28e. to $1.09
., LTD
25.3.50—t.f.n

view of the sea.

At Christ Church one (1) property con-
sisting of 9 arable acres of Jand and a
two storey Wall house. ,

At St. Joseph one (1) property consist-
ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall

GALVANISED PIPE,
yeineh ealvanised Pipe,





HELLER’ house, with govt. water and electric light.
laine. ER AEINTS — A. tasty ar D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
" ' stores 15.4,50—4n,
Agency Co. all drug a Se ee
16.4,50—6n.
















“. SETS—Finest English Crock- UNDER THE SILVER
OF Soe designs. Also TEA, HAMMER
esl: pieces. “G. W. HUTCH.

& CO. LTD. Broad s 6

ON THURSDAY 2th py order of
16.4.50—3n.

Mr. Frank Sweet we will sell his
Furniture at No. 3 ‘“Magried Women’s
ers’? which includes -
Dining and Drawing Room Furniture
in Birch and Fir consisting of Refrectory
Dining Table, Upright Chairs, Morris
Settee and Arm Chairs with Cushions,
Cabinet, Side and Coffee Tables all
painted Cream and Green. Mahog.
Desks, Tea Trolley, Floor Lamps, Glass
Ware, Simmons Double Bedstead and
Spring, Deep Sleep Mattress, Dressing
Table with Large Round Mirror, Cheva'
Glass Presses, Morris Chairs all painted
Cream; Spring Cot, Baby Seales, Pram,
Canvas Bath and Table M.T. Wash-
stand, Folding Bedstead and Mattress,
Toys, ‘Tricycle, Westinghouse Refrig-
erator in perfect working order, Enam
Top Table, 3 Burner Florence Oil Stove,
°? Burner Electric Stove, Kitchen
Tables and other items.
Sale 11.30 o’clock. Terms cash.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & ©O.,
Auctioneers,

VEILINGIS
RIBBONS shop at t DEPN
Orne "hop at the MODEPN

16.4,50—3n.,
UNDERTHINGS

r Because
ame things, shop MODERN for

NTIES ' by VAN RAALTE.
DRESS SHOPPH. Bent St.
16.4,50—3n.

16.4,50-—-2n,



REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens, Stone,
newly constructed. Three Bedrooms,
Yunning water. All modern conveniences.







ples Go

Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m. ell
18.4.50—6n



) aon

Killed in3 D “REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.
Small House, all conveniences, near |
firs: ays beach and bus. Low land rent. In-/
eae pplication of Nixoderm | spection on premises at any time or

: tonight apes like magic, | Phone Owner at 3188. 18.4, 50-—2
ou SE

oue, PeomIng soft, ‘ameoth ead | “THE BERWICK” — Situale In Two
io is a new discovery that | Mile Hill, St. Michael, standing on
Parasites on the skin that | 17,068 square feet of land. The house
Bolls, Red Blotches, Be- | contains drawing and dining rooms, two |

bedrooms, pantry, kitchen and usual out
offices. Water and Electric light. Ser
vants’ room in the yard.

Inspection on application on the premi-
ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant

The above will be set up for sale at
Public Co ition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday

our ay eruptions. You
n troubles until
Your germs that hide in the tiny
n. So get Nixoderm from

re aaa er
‘ will banish pim-

T your skin soft and amodth or

code money back



on r f | April 1950 at 2 p.m }
Ski ona ae CARRINGTON & SEALY |
Skin Troubles age ta" — Solicitors. |

15.4.530-—6

Nar

NEW GENUINE DRY

the 2st) si





RALPH A. BEARD

Hardwood Alley Phone 4683 or 8402,

Publie Sales-—Contd. 19.4

50

3n.























—_————-

REAL ESTATE









WE will set up for sale at public be: Cada n bs oo setae :
competition at our Office No: 17, High You can now give your Bicycle the necessary once over and
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th! replace those worn parts. We have a comprehensive stock of

day of April 1950 at 2 p.m,

A Dwelling house (formerly the
Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
with the land on which it stands con-
taining by admeasurement 1 Acre,
Roods, 44% Perches or thereabouts

BICYCLE SPARES.

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
BROAD ST.

Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o’clock noon. ‘
For further particulars and Condi-

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :-—
COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
16.4,50—10n















AT the office of the undersigned on
Friday the 21st instant at 2 p.m. at
Public competition;—

61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT

co. LIMITED.

97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN-

SURANCE CO; ;

43 shares in the WEST\INDIA RUM

REFINERY LTD.
500 shares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
PING & TRADING CO. LTD.
24 shares in the B’'DOS ICE CO., LTD.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
14.4, 50—6n.

FOR SALE
TANKS

_ .“The Board of Control, Atkinson Field offers for sale a
limited number of steel fuel storage tanks, at present located
at ATKINSON FIELD, BRITISH GUIANA. Capacities and
descriptions as follows:
a. All tanks are of welded steel construction.
b. Capacity Thickness







The undersigned will offer for Sale





at their Offices, No: 17, High Street, Size Shape
Bridgetown, on Friday the 2lst ‘day of Dia. Lgth
April 1950, at 2 p.m. “a oe ie Ts

A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- a * a” ae er hs
dos Mutual “Life Assurance Society, on 16,700 Imp. Gls. a” 10’ x 32 Cylindrical
the life of A.P. aged 71 years:— 20,800 ,, i 4, 10’ 6” x 39’ tue

Policy $ | >

Bonus to 1945 6, a

Present Surrender Value 11,197.00 Dia. Depth

COTTLE, CATFORT, & Cp 208,000 ,, a y” 60’ x 1 Round



niin 2 dat Tanks will be sold “where is” and “as is”,
All enquiries should be submitted to Chief Executive
Officer, Board of Control, Atkinson Field, British Guiana.

“STAUNTON”; and land thereto con-
taining approximately 15,678 square feet,
6th Avenue, Belleville.

The dwelling house which is a sub-
stantially erected stonewall building in
perfect condition comprises:—

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious cool veran-
dahs on two sides, large drawing and
dining rooms, Buttery, larder. room,
pantry, kitchen and servants’ room.

UPSTAIRS. 5 bedrooms, toilet
bath room,

There is a small lawn to the east of
the house, as well as spacious back yard
with lime and fruit trees planted

YARD. Large garage and washroom,

Electric light, water ond gas are in-
stalled throughout. Inspection by ap-
pointment with Mrs, Waite, tha owner,
Telephone 2553.

By publie auction on Friday the 3st
April 1950 at 2 p.m. at the office of the



and

WANTED



For Employment with the Pan-Ore
Steamship Co. Inc.

undersigned from whom further parti- 2
Bialeen ond conditions of sale may be ob- (Panamanian Flag)
tainec .

R. S. NICHOLLS & CO: a very limited number of .. .

151 & 152 Roebuck Street.



13.4. 40 bn a. |\) A B Seamen Wipers (Engine Room
Ordinary Seamen f Helpers)
“SUNSET VIEW"'—Rockley. (Adjoin- % Chief Cooks
ing BLUE WATERS), on the land side Bosuns

Second Cooks

of the road facing the Bay with 13,40?
Mess Room Boys

square feet of land including the lan”
across the road running to the water's
edge. The house contains verandah,
drawing and dining rooms, three Sed-
rooms with running water, and all othpr

Greasers

Apply in person with ship's discharge papers or testi-

monials stating experience, only men with experience in the
ates, Bhoctietty, ae ind’ Maile above categories will be considered.
installed. Garage and Servants rooms w Ape, fror: 4.00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on }
in_ yard. ednesday, Th ya ‘riday » 19th. § g 1 d}
Inspection, any day-—-Phone 8365. Mr. On a” Fhuraday - me 7 oo the = th, 20th and 21st. April. i
Bellamy . ss U © account must applications be made to our Broad }
The above will be set up to public Street Office. wy
competition at the office of the under- |
?

gned on Friday, the 2lst of April, 1950,
12 p.m



{

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.

& SEALY,

Lueas Street

CARRINGTON

}
21.3.50—13n.

CROWN GINGER ALE

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BETTER

No cost
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|
| een
| SALE. f nal
| 199 AUSTIN HAMPSHIRE | TWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
| A-70 SALOON | Due
| AT THE COURTESY GARAG?
2.90 p.m. FRIDAY — ; _— From Leaves Barbados
| ee ’ S.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool 30tt
peed colmmmcted by the Ss. “RIVERCREST” London ‘ie eee 25th a
teooass ie awhich has been | ‘SS. “INTERPRETER Liverpool 15th April 28th Apr.
“aS So meee: | | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
| AUCTIONEERS Vessel For Closes in Barbad
S.S. “INDORE” London + a
| DEXON & BLADON [| SS “custopran» Liverpool 13th Abait



—— —



FOR SALE











PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES



|









IOs, JEWELLERY,
SWARE, TEAKWOOD
IVORY, ETC. The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
THANE BROS. cept Cargo and Pieenbeer ie
: Peminica, Antigua, Monstertat,
St. Nevis sailing 2ist April.

Stocks — Bonds — Shares The M.V. “Daerwood” will ac-

Wm. Hy. Street, Both Local and Foreign Str Latcla, St. Vincent. Grenada
Dial 3466. Bought and Sold ona Varn oe, etl Will Be
Se B.W.1. SCHOONER © » of
165 Roebuck patra
uck St., Bridgetown TL. wn

Dial 3188, -;-

Hours : 9-3





For further particulars apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents.





Canadian National Steamshi



ps
























cower ven | DIXON & BLADON |
you desire to buy oi

(JOHN M. BLADON, A.F.S.,

Reai Estate Ager

"PHONE 4640




yA.)
-Auctioneers—Surveyors

PLANTATIONS BUILDING



CONSULT US
2n.

3

“Owing to the difficulty of tendering 18th Apri, 1950. HOUSE SPOTS Salis Sails Sail

3 7 ' Arrives Sails
for. the replacement of the Centon : SOUTHBOUND Montrea . oe
ih Fe Che without first rane. 19.4.50—1n. BUILDING SITES onire Halitax Boston Barbados Barbados

g the old one, now call for tenders KL |
for the removal of the main ceiling vf) — a: fecianiilatdiiibed ne || LADY NEL sli
thas Parish Clare: en Cea oF h UADY RODNEY 1th May ish May’ ann Sy | Ex ae. Bt Ae

Tenders will be received by me up to ss SSE, Cas or Easy Terms LADY NELSON 3ist May rd Jume Sth s an Tu sith May
May 6th OE xs LADY RODNEY 30th May 8rd July 5th July 14th "Suly ae aut

S020. | COMING SOON nea
Parochial Treasurer » "| p (
ee “St. Philip. Mir. i easa ne From 10¢, per Sq. foot up |, ‘ Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives A tv
19.4,50—En soduen: vai ; : SHNGrnitante dps ates I NORTHBOUND = Barbados Barbados Boston St, John Halifes Montreal
andy li ‘4 Cc AVE r ELEC o San v | ee ,
YOL AN HAVE YOUR an Vrewa AVATEAREE || LADY RODNEY 18th Apr. 18th Apr. 28th Apr. — wha Srd
Portable Ovens ,ANEG ICP RE " ae LADY NELSON 8th May 8th May ivth Ma eaae 88 a goo Ma
Barbados Youth Movement : CANES INSURED } — at — LADY RODNEY 8th June 10th Jun 19th fare eades ee on Mth Pot
Just the thing to use on one 1. PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING- UADY NELSON 27th June 29th Ju 8th July osm | Oth Sehlar: Tate. dake
ywvben you help the Barbados Youth of your Hotplate Boiling Rings. By applying to . | TON, St. Michael. j){ LADY RODNEY = 27th “Vu 29th July Tth Aug —- 9th Aug. 12th Aug

ovement you are both helping your- | 2 : ¥ a — 7
self and building a useful work in the | LOOK OUT for UNITED INVESTORS CO. am eon aes Hothersal tltiaaimuatialiions
community among the youths, so helo | wah urning, St. Michael. N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cl
us to help the unfortunate youths of} Your Gas Company's Advert. LIMITED 3. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St. bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates or alii uaais
Barbados. Matto Lord hel lest Michael Prpnaee onsen
Parbados [otto Lore elp us, lest we —_——________ et oe
fall. ——— Insurance Underwriters | 4. WELCHES, now AR

Rev. Li. BRUCE CLARKE, Marhill Street GARDEN & KINGS GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents, |
z b Founder . ( RACE through from Government ~ ae
Rev. J. B, GRANT, IT PAYS 10 ADVERTISE, t} ||| Hill to Kingston Road, St. Michael, ir —
if {|
Mrs. OLGA BROWNE, } THE GARDEN WORTHING , 2 < 4 “i WW i
a z SS ah , '
General Secretary. Christ Chureh ; i ( HE. GL des TRANSA f LANTIQUE
19.4,50-—-In si
—<——————— = _
= Apply : ERNEST 1), MOTTLEY,
_— FOR SALE Office, Coleridge Street, FRENCH LINE *
WANTED 7 “en Dial 3927. Bridgetown, Sailing to Sailing to f
; “MARISTOW” sadlniti Trinidad ae
S I i April Sth, 1950
. “GASCOGNE”.. April 19th. 1950 / 26th,
skit \ : a oe b 0 pri 26th, 1950
HELP Situated in one of the best positions on Maxwell Coast, having i MISR .. _May 9th, 1950 May 13th, 1950 i
f : on ee : RPSGB E SDDS “ sare? )

RR ek tea se diaalae its own Private Beach, consisting of Four Bedrooms, Large {| (j= GASCOGNE”.. May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950 ;
Wenakihenk, Gomer Clitariche lh ore, Lounge Dining-Room, large kitchen, Buttery, Etc. Also having r “GASCQGNE”.. June 28th, 1950 July Sth, 1950 ;
sary. Apply by letter and in person to [wo (2) delightful Balconies. Outside Two car Garage, Three : "

; 8 h ;
the Manager Barbados Co-operative servants’ Quarters and fowl houses. ‘ For further particulars apply to:— |
Cotton Factory Ltd Being fully furnished, Purchaser 2 Ste it 3 '
18.4. 80-—t.f.n L 2 . chaser paying Stamp duties, nC 1 '
. etce., Possession within one Month. Viewing 4 p.m.—6 p.m ‘| ESTATE AGENCY R. M. vONES & Co,, LTD. - Agents.

VACANCIES Exist for Energetic men any day. ( " ’ i
to work as Insurance Camnvassers with Mor ar narti os b +0 « € ™ ee ree ee \
ina: trivedion One iad Further particulars, phone 4683 or 8402. k Phone 2336 %

Apply by letter and in person on = _ —— — t
Wednesday, 19th. April to United In- 4 Office Hostings Hotel Ltd a — = oe e
vestors Co., Lid Marhill Street. ba -_ |

16.4.50—@n r - BLUE VISTA’ : |
' = i Place their services at your On SALE : ROCKLEY

VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance disposal for the Sale of any 7 ; ‘ | y
in the Insurance Dept. of United In- FOR SALE iameaite ' This very attractive well-built residence with terraced rock :
weno Se) oe Sain Sea & hae { Me i gardens, large lawn, lounge, dining room, 3 bedrooms (all with
Thursday the 20th April, i “BV ANTON” Nes ord - ieee i : arene), 2 car garages etc, is now

16.4,50—3n L y SRCIAL crea for sule at well below cost for rapid sale.
Standing on nearly % Acre, a delightful Modern Residence, RESIDENTIAL





SO

This pure rich milk powder comes in large 12-1b tins
at $8.46 per tin, a handy and economical way to buy
powdered milk for the family.

Dairy Pride is made from the highest quality Cow’s
Milk, and processed so that all the natural vitamins
and creamy flavour of fresh Cow’s Milk are retained.

DIRECTIONS: Mix one heaping tablespoonful of
Dairy Pride to every half pint (4% pint) or cup of
liquid. For extra goodness, mix and leave in refrig-
erator or ice box overnight.

To make your Ice Creams and Desserts creamy anc
delicious whisk a few spoonfuls of Dairy Pride Milk
$8.46 per 12-I tin,

Powder into your mixture, —



& 4 Rich in Flavor /

'h nourishmet >



The same fine milk, with ‘ts natural vitamins and creas,
‘lavou of fresh Cow's Milk is also packed in 12-02, tins «'
MAFFCO at 64e. per tin. This smali 12-02. tin can mix
half au imperia) easton of full cream milk and proves 1eai

for small families, bacnel-

vs and those wno use m
Perkins & Co., Lid

small quantitics
me
Stanfeld, Scott & Co., Lid.
James A, Tudor & Co.

6

at a

PRICE: 64c, per t2-oz. tin

are











Alleyne, Arthur & Co.,
Carlton Browne,
A. Daniel & Co.,,

M. Ford,

Lid., Samuel Gibbs & Co.,
Gittens Croney & Co.,
Ince & Co,, Lid.,
Johnsen & Redman,

WILLIAMS MARKETING CO

With RUM OR WHISKY.

meng a rs ee







LTD.—Sole Agents.









a 77ST.

PAGE EIGHT




: e W.L. Cricketers
W.L. Cricket ‘Team Cie cil

Full Of Confidence .



EASTBOURNE, Ap

The West Indies crickete
ight arrived at E ‘
where they will c

Hy Peter Ditton :

‘orporation for ter



As the Saffron’s
very wet tonight jay

LONDON, April 18. ta coe

THE ARRIVAL of Hines Johnson and Alfred Valen- to practise tomort ple
tine from Jamaica on Thursday evening means that the Ken Trestrail who ha
West Indian Cricket party in England is now complete measles, and Frank Worrell
The preliminary net trials have been carried out at Lords present in Lancashire =
ae oe ; ‘ 4 : - with the party
and the team are y getting down to serious practice at —Reuter
the Saffrons Ground, Eastbourne, Sussex, in preparation
for their first first-class game of the tour against Worcester

on Mav 6
They
and the only slight worry which

Harbour Log ii ‘he captain's ane

are brimful of confiden

God-

whether hi















' They'll Do It Every Time



P’vy THE FATE OF BLOOPER MC BLOTCH,
"HE SELECTED A SUIT FROM A THREE-
| INCH-SQUARE SWATCH -=+

q HERE'S A BEAUTIFUL PATTERNâ„¢
WE'RE GETTING A BOLT OF IT IN

TOMORROW: BUT THIS SAMPLE

WILL GIVE YOU THE IDEA-+:

- eee —

Jj YEAH! THAT'S sseur

WHAT I HAD IN MIND>

NOT TOO LOUD:OKAY:

MAKE \T UP DOUBLE-

>, BREASTED--

.

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SUIT IS ATOMIC — IT'S AS LOUD AS
THE TOGS OF A BURLEYCUE COMIC:::

Notre Dame

Wins Again






























men are perhaps a shade over- THREE third div ; ate
IN CARLISLE BAY nfident were played yesterday and
The first week in London was were ke cor At ( -
a : t Sch. a hectic one. From the moment bermere re r ,
vi 3 k Se the team reached Waterloo from Combermere Old B ¢-
‘ S Southampton they were the centre feating them 5-1
Fra Ww. », Sch. of g great deal of interest and The Old B
Sch. Hazel Sec were kept fully occupied attend- to score more goal but
re Louise, Sx ing various functions arranged truly outplayed. Other matcne
} in their honour. were Fortress Y.M.P.(
1 : a Y “ Jeff Stollmeyer, Gerry Gomez, Y.M.P.C., Fortre won 2—1 At
me x le W » ° e . + ry ¢
ARRIVALS Mr. J M Kidney (Manager) Alan Carltor Y.M.C.A re witt
Sch. United Pig 5, 47 w «, Rae, Frankie Worrell and Ever- Everton
Capt. Ste f e 1 ,
ot on : Weekes are no strangers t& SR
3S. Alcoa Pointe } England. But for the remainder | P >
ea yates Peter net, England. But for the remainder RUSSIA DEFEATED
ee ta & Co., Lid tes alt = ines ht ; BUDAPEST, A ;
liad ; . 490 n I V gnts nary anc 4 4
a oe x satists Argentina é N
ve ( ( scored nly ctor
Fi instance, Sonny Ramadhin ‘ourtn el! ;
wine x r (Trinidad) who wandered off to Chess here
* DEFARTURES Go a spot of sight-seeing by him- Andrei né >
, ak Hes self, confessed after returning to Union, last night
bis hotel room that he was com Yajdorf alor >
Capt. pletely astounded at the volume players ‘ead now wh
‘ pf London's traffic and the con- half point eat Bloesaw
tinuous hustle and bustle that (U.S.S.R.) tied with 5Szal Hun-
Foc : fills the air. gary). Smilov played a draw ©
: } Marshall from Barbados Kers (U.S.S.R Reuter
f tne sungest members of
I pa oubted at first whetner Sy ;
A I like making the trip ree es :
® he ¢ : .
ver but his . tio ‘ . :
en Ke LADY 4 : : by M. Harrison- :
RODNEY ‘ quickly dispelled any do he $ y : . son-Gray :
FROM BRITISH GUIANA might } + Taavine. Mi : Jealer: East. .
7 ae is ight have had about leaving hi : Love all :
D « isiand . .
pan . N $
Robert rie The bedroom at the Kingsley : ; Hotel where they have made their § P9AKQI632 }
/KROM TRINIDAD eadquarter ould not by any & e373 a
rs oe largaret m tretch of the imagination be de 3 $Q 10 :
FROM GRENADA eee Pa ns : : : w gE :
Louise Hart Ferg ribed pacious. Most of the 3 10 86 9 :
FROM ST, VINCEN j : 3 6432 AQ5 i
; 8 , t players are sharing a room and : ¥vswsa4 :
Pobert K 0x 7 . . :
iy ; : here \ fair amount of con :@K @Q9652:
: se
Bugene 2} H the day f their arriva : eas &I7642 :
' t t t ' “1 : ~ :
ey attempted inpack $ 5.
Finally they hit upon ¢ @KI7 3
. ene SS 2 : 995 :
rlutic f one inpackin : @Al08s4 3
es :
il he other looked on at : #K958 3
$
n reversing the proce : When this deal occurred in $
: bbe bridge, there were §
’ 5 ee passes up to North
Don'ts * Normally his hand would be
: wo strong for a pre-emptive
I Ear spon the agenda was 4 § call, especially when not :
RINI ) tt} together meeting of the s vulnerable, but the positior
. vers called by Mr. Kidney. § (2 Sumerent 2 be & four 2
7 fans ° ; : : hand Three Hearts is now
' ay J : ! < speaking without amy trace ¢ s the only common-sense bid
c . ireat or dictatorship in his voice * Seuth bid Three No Trumps
: ; ee
\ G ue he told the team quite simply ©} #4) all passed
GH what the ld do. It sa : West led @4 to East
; ; ; 4 A vhat they could do, It say nucl 3 @A, and @Q was returned
Elleen Cento Edward Jones, fOr his qualities a manager § South could now afford the
i alt I 1 that his words were accepted in 3 pot y of ducking a round of §
B . ba at , . . the pirit in which they were es 0 di isi guar oe ta
Vr Als iven and that the player have $ trick | w ik: t slay :
‘ ( complied with his wishe : @Q could not
And that the prelimina 4 Uoee and: would ke
formalitic have been complete : ar r
. +e ; Wi the team are looking fo y Pp
‘ Be Griff i kere their t One of the layer ; "
. : .. ¢ hall be nameles has in
CA rmed John Goddard. that he
M vould like to play in every match
; It re ail to He Seén whether he
DEPARTURE B BW. I il irvive ich an ordeal, but his y ry h
; ea iction is typical of the entt The W eat er
Ruy of the whole tean TO-DAY
i ‘ iss Dx . vorried then
What Mix. D Rot fie werner nas worres i. Sun Rises; 5.49 a.m
‘ I for t first W ; :
Robi lightly and r wen . Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
A tob they re hard 1 t ‘ ;
st ae oe : hey we hard | ty Moon (First Quarter) April
H Bi McDavid eC BE varm, But they are 25
J Gih ACC limatise a aie Lighting: 6.30 p.m
‘ { me ;
| extremely unlikely d High Water: 3.58 a.m., 411
\ Stollmeyer, who normally walk p.m
; ‘ les around bareheaded will have t YESTERDAY
i i ‘ Y uu t he ’ t {
e the new hat he hi Rainfall (Codrington) nil
_ ~ Total for month to yester
‘ye day: .69 in
LA GUAT Barbados Friendly | temperature (Max. 85.0 |
R ? Temperature (Min.) 68.0 I
7 z ; ;
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rO-DAY'S FIXTURES Wind Velocity 13 miles per
k ' Westeners vs Maple at St. Le hour
De t ‘ € re Mr ) I sinh re Q?
Cast * Bis i F rs rom ; st Ma's Old B Barometer (9 © m 1.99
ka ' 1 A lege 3 tion at the Bay t (3 p.m.) 29.917
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r his tea a 3 si » to » United States. | ave i
‘ id Cecil W id » Cup Committee announced}
I Empire : or ths As for imports, there had been) that the ce would be held on} Sh h d
t ae a “serious worsening of the/the Sc ikill River in Septem- ep er Bb
At ’ terms of trade since devaluation. | ber 1
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1 N BRESCIA, April 18 ‘ CARPETS
b ort ‘ a Juan Manuel Fangio, Argen-| ¢ M i,
‘Colle¢ ’ Trace ace motor driver, who won! LUINOLEU
y » eae ru = 5 Pau — aon oe ae : Si : 9 ft. by TM, ft. and 10% ft. by 9 ft
r € c ACs } Prix onth, is one of tne
hn 0 hope ) conve in the Mille Miglia,| 8
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! irplus of about]},.0 on Sunday = 4
a 2 9U | : ne an "300 drivers ars | 3 LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6 ft wide
Foste ‘ ( soal - thi n dol-, expected to start in the race % All very reasonable in Price.
r College é F LOE ex rt le by Britain) The 1,000 miles course winds} ¥ —$—$——
vedi ( ( r , : - * ne mie eastward from here to the Adri-| mn uJ
ette mn ee oor atic coast, hugs the coastline to Establisheo 5 Ul.
‘ ' i ae meen 2 EG, Sues 7 — ay ig es cara, turns inland to Rome, 1860
T wduakn obi Gh Mace tall ih i ee 2 aan ae: = t ip the western seaboard 10 & 11 Roebuck Street
( =H a eee ye Pe eee eee Leghorn, then strikes out 7 7 eA Je
wate ees | earnings immediately D€-|injang through Pisa, Forence, OSE OC OCOBO SOOO BISSS S509O%
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e ( inadequate mpared to} IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS | for WALLS and EILINGS
t e€ e e-wal COAST STATION ’
: “The smallness of our reserves vith the ‘ ;
Si ¢ ¢ j much more than the unavoid- Barbados |
able degree of fluctuation in our . i
ere earnings is now oer real trouble. 9 h
C R We must build up those re- we, | Covers in one coat "i
1 serves in every way,” he declar- ens Mountain, SS.
Gibbs, Brazil, S.S tel Supplied in Powder form in many attractive col
I 4 one kes, S.S. Atlantic Producer, 5.8. Kel
St < ie’ de” Venezuela, 8.8. Ranghiid, WHITE, CREAM, BLUE, SUNSHINE, GREEN, BUFF,
1 S.S. Oregon City S.S. Bayano, S.S. |
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W nternational cur- |S. a rtugal, ga C : Made ready for use by mixing 2} pi r with §
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seis pi sik) tpier -ieiehbilate Are ndsdy k, 85 Polytré powder.
| $.S. Mormac Hawk, S.S. Ath
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BAB. . Radio Progi amie Britain over the past two years Sib. packages per p g
WEDNESDAY APRIL 950 had graduall: extended the
The transferability of st g until to-
‘ d probably half vorid’s in- ,
Ex ig ternational trade and commerce 4 1 1.
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PAG1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY = ==:1 g O*" tj-V.-0-* CTY: ^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^ ^ MV NEW ,> %  r\iv.\o\ Tin* llfcfdlc* . LOOK ALIVE TH|i* ) 0 "VOL. -SAB ME'MA.y rt*v MfRE .oiJ MORE :-A"-:E %  you KNQH, II -I %  I — %  1 \ >J IHE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER 0U1? I BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGF MC.MANUS %  A %  KIRB BY ALEX RAYMOND 1 V ."^ %  r IT WlSXT H "1 -IN. mvnw ^•i* THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES > %  i : % %  • % ** flUl* % .' .^ o Pit* v* %  •-' ^o* %  V' %  M.HM.M1AY. AP |j| L| l/.i /if/v A^j, SACROOl IS THE HOME;. %  m THE FAMOI'S Rt l„r SPBAIN8 .V KHFS III I'UNACTS LIKE M\GK On SjJe at . ALL DRUG STOB KNIGHTS LTD. Ij-irn" W Eub Glands MadeY* -Vigour Rened Without Operai u Blonde or Brunette you (Ml "U baforyour tk* i nr. brin KDd phnkaJma will find "'*U|lMiiMg W ITU and Fro %  Ir-mi. m %  In the morning, bcf": 1 f^lQ Pond's •n Amrlrsii roiMllraldlaro !" ^^ luui gland prtir>nn. 11 M %  >W ircAWMBL In taMal form. dlZ Unerlcan t>-lor. Abaolutarrlia to in"". bn( LHP nWfMtMfi •rial inHKoumior known u %  >. ,.i dirii}">n vow -* %  -*= itnl nnrsna. nuliy powar na VIBOW 1B H tlfi ,,,-. of lu >< iturU MOMMI lrtfM your Main powar, aim" vaalght oltrn Imin"'.. nauHQ _i mn laatod and prnMhi D America. U 1 Mi MHM %  h.mUU hfir. li'I Vi-Titalt, t.tmiat today. Pi H ">UM**| '.|f |mpro*'in"tl m -1 1mn% %  nil iKilile. which lanijMn ...,.ruu >a %  UM itfull r.f vtfour Mt0 Z / hack on return -if trajil v|.Tab£s" it's NEW PARKER cb? the only pen with the V£W rEATURES N£W PRECISION NEW esAuir a Htw POT04 li 'LLC M* %  .OV|*NOR • Ntn PU-GIAII lW\ '•• ,UPfLT %  ; %  %  %  i I / u)tfi£dii moot uhm&d pen, I'KKiv Hilh K..II. ,1 CM| < .,!. wuh LMtelai i .P 'i is lt>Mribulur> lur Itffctfcl \. B. Bmi>N .V -l\[BAaBAOOfi I I I *. P.O. la 11 BcMftlnra. Do Restle sloal vour Sice T !!..! nill not Ui von ,.1. i nine llcl li .!< Lit .i "i m netW i meat. il n.n in niiilcn.* M'Ut 4 Iron rich In HKllhin i KM -ililileva |. %  %  ihe ideal niul !( %  •' "t %  1 %  Drink tfeftctOHS OVALTir^ll for Deep Revtf'ul SleefY .... • UK rest III DEAR! MY COOMU.XG ALWAYS O.K. uilh u -FLOHES& ;i NUGGET •SHOE POLISHES / %  HkACK • 0RK MOWN • MILITARY I a, N %  IkUi. d*. h FLORENCE STOVES| in I. 8, 2 4l-Hurner OVBNS Donbk & sm B lt i i FLOBENCE STOVE Is tba H* !" Qaallljr, Ecoaom) mi CtoaaHai* ll\ GARAGE TRADING CO,



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ajJMBSDAY, A PRIL IK. i.-. CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl "' !" I1AKII ADOS \l>\ . Vflrlon H,trli mother), Charles Samuel Ut ^'^oo^ App ^^-^-"-. Telephone un IS 4 30-on "£25 '•"" •*"** by obtaining order. 'of private Clrutma. Car** from """•fr*-**/ Mo orenou. ejoaarlw.. _*~'. wni# tod., (0T i. i-SLS 0 ** *• """• irge,t re nl^^^. PU, ^ V ; """^ —--on. Jcoee, WiuiM., fc (^ ^ victo.i. %  >'" %  ITow ao. la,,,. %  • 4i "* CLUB SECRETARYSHIP VACANT: *wrt-o*-Spaln. Trinidad which tw^iw. 9S l5£ IS 1^M" Hall Flat No Church. Pullv n.*S A... Chni llvOrooiii %  >•. VtTandnha <> "II mno>m rt>n 1*71. riooklfui The wo ^letter* r>Ul MT ;i4.S0-,Vi. J^a^idrrrS-!!" <• OFTICB-Ono OfTIco over Sonii^-, l.undry Depot Mwhll] .Slrt*t ApH, Snutaxy Laundry Co. Tel a?*? 31 1 JO—I f.a CULIHTNE 1'rtri.B. Bnh.h. ft fill) fiunlahod. ranunl'i; room.. Prlcidairf^KI all nwxlcm convnnlnMnt tor Mny. Junntori|| the („. thereto, (urvliur tcard only ir^ nd j w,,n %  •" %  *• r •• I*I %  '.r pmn oi whot dntri •Itall ,.,„ ui> P !" un And all p n indcoleo t.. % %  an rnqunttod to nrUta ihcr (h-MMtura, without i ol March IBM the Ertal* o( SMul A sKn:-i %  i K IOII KALE AUTOMOTIVE Daihihebo. for tht 1 June and HI T. fioodtntl. Sin-,|[. i. %  %  %  CAP%  *• Aiirtln A-T0. dnmngcd in fjddnl rw -1* by auction on InC*arM) Caraae on Friday Ihla woek HjJpm. mXOX AHI-VDON If 4. f*-ln THl' K >ne 1031 Chevrolet TrutK in %  M ontar. Tj-re* rood. Hattery new Applf A. noddliut. Itank Hall Cm*. %  aad % % %  .. REST COT Or. S !" W.i, i ell 2 Btrtroonui fumul*.! | %  DU1 3K6 HOUSB-In Pine Hill, fully tumlatinl. from July to octnoer InchafJ i provnd tenant R o o aonable rent AAIIIDob King • P.KCT3J C.ATES—Naw Gaiderui Ptilly %  tall houte (<.r im MJV (Ui uitalHe f-.. %  loa Heal Katt.tr Atfrncv Ota Hotel txa. Telephone JOB. 4.Bo-9n NOTICE i,.,.,T ,n : lenderin,! %  %  %  %  i %  For Sul""Coftf BMkabk' (..%  %  h'.,tr.. %  1 CUS-Cbw Chryaler Sadnn Cor. Hi DM***-li:i Car. t1> PlimoiKh Sedu %  aid li Hard Sedm Cm Applv: c o rntono|jtnn Onmjce. Ktf.L > lotke. 19 4 SOJi VAJt1HI tJune i Fordaon 10 e-t %  HI Van mllaaa* under 9.000. ownei •rlYaa la rood rondlUni. for vtewtnv Irke Wll CO or WM ofrttAppflake A neanf. A-'IMI nmina. Haifltoxt A ic. . m to I? noon dally in .N Sn CAS. %  HP %  Anoiy U Bulldirur Teleplion. IB 4.50 3n CAROne Autln M up Saloon 104 |pl m really Rood order. Cole & Ci 18 4.50 4n CASW G SporU Model, In food RKJRICAL IWRlOtRATOP Mew IM* Oaner;,! H '"on Pert with ruamnlee % %  "* 19.4.M 3n JUTTrllc Mixnts Thera | E5r.,S* J hrm TO -r>AY M -; WTOHNSON i CO. I.TI>. R 18 4 So— an i£ - 'II Tnormuihlared Filly by [rj*"*' "> Auarua. HOT Dam iTf %  ****""""* Apply (J i. ;LLANEOUS pm C hina, olq Jow-ta. "ne SUvar ^**f* wl_ boo*.. Map*. AuloAnop. M^ Tn Rood condition I fl PJHLU !" I !" V pump at Bel AH TOVl PAHT8 Flam* ^ Wkk. Wlck-Camer., Flam. i utnrrka, Oeneratora, and olh Auto Tyre Co. TrafaUat t M -t.f i l^i !" "ra-nFj:' ^f-mc. ^i.'SSfi plpe SSe. to fj 08 I1AJU.KH i CO LTD SIN t f n S VKIOKMINTS I Am. 4 V all drun A tarty 16 4 !-ari K*^ SET ^ rin a R "- Crock SBi T.'r*' d "n> Al* TEA %  % %  Wt %  ... i further ahJpntaii ut i P*y Which w, will And our TS WOftM TY1U'P A plewaii atnl reliable prepm' n thiklran from woi19 4 SO—Sn 'i* rui-vnillon of aea. oar "i I ;' F. Harrlaon A Co. Ltd 19 4 So—In %  'o. i:t" Metal edm %  %  IK both with ko>- tompleU 194 propriiy eon%  Una of 0 arabkt acre* of land and a in (tnrey Wall houae ;ih one Hi propertr ronltid ol 30 acre* of land and I auac. with Bovl. wal" and eli DA IK. '* CO LTD. Broad I 19 4.1 -II JJ lJMttH For Weddinci or I !" "**. HATS and HAKDl.4.S0-an. vr„ \,i'£ al Hloiehei, Ke[ %  || tat^L-if** 1 K,u P"na. Y<> %  a"^w ^ ""In troubUa until Mar %  jffTl th t hw* ' '*• tiny %  Jeem from inoar HM pwiliie ^ "'" —" *'!! ClllOOth or ^dertn UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON THURSDAY 30Ui by order of Mr. Frank Sweet we will aell tut Kumltiu-r at N. 1 -'Majr.. Quarter*" Wtdah •JUurui and Dmwliui Raun> Furniture M Btrch and Far oonairttrut ol HcfrevWo Dltunc Table. Uprfcaht Chain. Mom. Setlec and Arm Caaur. Cabinart. Side and Cofle. tainted Craam and Orren Mahog. Doaka. Tea Trolley. Floor Lamp*. Gbua Wara, Simmona Double lt*dttud and ?in*. Dwp SlNp Uatu-aM. Drwartni Tabla with Larwe Round Mirror. Chcta 1 iani Top Table. J Burner Florence Oil Stove. l un*Wafnal %  aotita m n Klk ha Tablaa ^i1 lither Itcma Bale 11.30 o'clock. Tornia eaih. BRANKF.R. TROIMAN A CO Aurltanerrs. M -i fet. REAL ESTATE BUNGALOW at Nv Gordcna. Stan BjRr conrtruried. Thrae Bedroom running waOar. All rnodarii G^wge. Sruit tree*. I Clarfcr. Phona 4430 R U> I l| M %  Arrhi REST HAVEN" Hi IV. i Small llitaw. all convenience*, nra baarh and bua. Low u.-. •pecHoii on pnemlara at any unn rhune Owner at Jlht 10 '" -TlrE BERWICK'' Sltuale In Two M,lHill. St. Mich.... IT.ngB Mjuare feel of land TKhot, ountnlna drawing and dlnlrut rooma. bedroom., pantry, k lie hen and uaua OMOM Water and EUx-tric light vaMta* room In the yard inapoctlon on appl ic a tio n on tna preml•ea to Mr. Wnakaa the ict.M Tho abura Will be art up for aato a I Public CoraprtUion at our office In I ucaa Street. Bridgetown, on Friday the Slat April Barbados Youth Movement %  ell and bul 1 • lo hrli> I'Oltkalo* [all. %  %  a . . Mail closes A M :. 11.45 (e) Wed 2.00 P.M. (f) Sat. 9.00 Barbados PJ1 Monday 5.18 Thurs. 9.45 AM. Sun. 9.45 NOTE. The mail (c) despatched Lttvei Jajiaml I'M. despatchttl on Thursdav States arc the quickest. Canada The position in the case of air mailMails despatched on Tuesdays na Ti on the following Friday P.M. Curacao An Mails for Curacao wilt l i and Thursdays. Plane does not call M Jan. Oneral Post Office, !8th Apri. 1950. 19.4.50—In OUTWARD FROM TME UNITED KINGDOM: i' am Due BaVbtdOi Uvtrpool MU3 Manh uth Apr. ..uulon 7th Apr. 251h Apr. Uverpool 15th April 28lh Ai.r HOMEWARD FOR THt r\lTKl R09QlWatl For liOndoti Closjai IStH April 13th \ n AMH> HELP A JUNIOR CLERK for our l.i.mbi %  %  %  %  lelter and In peraon o( %  IS.4 50-Sn %  ..''.-I %  1 UaUad U9 Ltd Appl> !,.! %  %  the KfU April MISCELLANEOUS %  I'IIIIIMSal€-.-Conid. REAL ESTATE %  I 'et up for *ale at public iin Mil; • %  x hou.w i formerly the %  the P-rlah ..f S I nth the Lin iiinlng by admearuremenT %  I.KI II o'llo. %  Irafurther particular, -md Condi • cxyrnji cATFt>Ri Aco U • H ln AT the offlce ol the under*lgn#d on Friday the Slat InaUnt al 2 p.m. a) %  01 'hare. In the WEST INDIA HIXJUIT CO LIMITED 07 •liaraa In the BARBADOS HKE IN. RlTtAN I 4J -luu-e* in the WEBTMNDtA RUM REFDVERY I.TD in the "AIUtAI I Til %  CAIUtrNGTON 4 * rOefl and land thereto conThe dwelling hoiae whlcn M i rub•vied rta"*w-;i b g i^claea IKjWNSTAna. Spacloua raol veran0 aldaa. large drawing arii eo*. laidrr roam, '.en and aervanta' room 1 S bedroama. toilet and %  U| -i..r:: .. the houae. aa well aa ipackiia back yard nid fruit treei YARD UiTVe garage and > %  %  .nh Mr*. Walt. > e 3SU e aucUon on Friday the V* ,.in. 1000 at 3 p.m. at the undenigned from whom furiher parti' ulara and randlUona of uii%  ll 4 so an-.d %  SUNSET VIEW-Bock ley lAdfain Ing BI.UE WATERS', on Hie land >:d< of law road facing the Bay -.iih 13.40 aquare feet ol land Including the Ian acroaa the rond running to the water' dge The houae conudna ver an dah, drawing and dining room, three •>-!:i anr day—Phona 0300. Mr .a wilt ba art up to public competition at the ofBca of the uJaSer. .igr.ed on Friday, the Hat al CARRDK3TON Or SEAI.Y. i KM BOraM SI S SO-lSn. COMING SOON Handy Htttfl r..n.i'.. '..i i Jimt the thlrac to in* on one "f >our Hotpkitc Boiling Hing.. 1*K1K OUT for ... II PAl'S 10 ADVERTISE Mr. I't.is.iul VOU I UI HAVE i INI iv-l U D IMIIII IWISKIKS 1 O IIMIII II itMir.uiif Un4tfwrltan M-iil .11 -.|r..l I IK %  Oil SALE "MAJtiSlOW eh, | rdns-Room, Urge kiiclien. Bultery, i ..ii Balconia OuU • 1 DM Month e Further particulars. | ill < IOII SALE For further particulars apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD-Agcnt.. % %  "Oil KALE HOIST SPOTS III IMUM. SITES Cash or Easy Trms From 10c. per Sq lool up KM and WATER BlRTICn AVAH *l PtCKWICK %  S. lrUEND8R3*>, Tloiherwl Turning. St. Muha.l. %  %  >.\D, St I. WEI ••iSTON %  viirhael. MOTTLE V, %  IB99L i aMT, iiri.'.. Canadian N ational Steamships IM IHItlM S|, %  AltY NE1SON IADY nODNEV %  "' I Rarbadoe Barl> 0 J 0 ,.^ .. Iltn Ap 1^,,, AD3-d Apr 9Jih a BE* ^!-^ JM lull Ith i :, j :>NEY \1Y •%  LADY RODNEY I-411Y NEI 'i>*J >DNEY tin Ha gth Jim, rrth Jun. Boalon SBW Apr. %  lota jun tn |uhf "in tua ISih Apr. ?l-t Jun 10th July Bill Aug in^5tubi#ci to change without oollea. t hen Paeeeneer raiea and frelahl i:\ VYIOY Standing on nearly ', Acre, rum marlng ""npletion, having Three; %  %  %  fully tiled I %  %  A fuurth Bodri %  Viewlni -piMiin to RALPH A. BEARD Hardwood Alley pnone 4683 or 8402. 19.4 HAIIIIAIIOS UAL ESTATE \I,IMV Phuiir ;:t:iti 0sK4M "ttlfrtS I Intel Ltd. I y, . INDI 8TRIAL ('OMMKKC IAI. KI Mill Ml\|. < OKU [j | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent,. HE. tJUL, TIIAXSM-LA.-VTIOt'E fRENCH USE Nuiltny |0 MLS,, 1 IGNF.\pn| lS'h. 1850 n J SR" M a> ii: In, 1950 "UASCgUNE".. June 28l!i. IMO April \|ul Ma> Ma) Julj Sollaitg io i'lut'touln !950 :iith. 1SIS0 13th. 150 31st. 1850 5th, I960 Koi tuither particulars apply to :— H. M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents. i O K SAU 'BLUE VISTA' OCIVII> Uy wdl-butH (all with Mania and %  ••„., % %  I DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M. BLADON, \ I Ke^i K-Ulr AgenU \n< teSBf PHON1 440 V. |.) ulionrrr-.— Mir\nm% ri IM \ nONfl III II.HIM. WANTED Fox Employment with the Pan-Ore Steamship Co. Inc. (Panamanian Mag) a very limited mimlter af . A i Seamen Seamen !!• MOM Ortttan e noor.i ('hiel C %  .n |ierH. iiarge iiapeis irioniaU stating expei, '-,-. %  I • .. On no in DA COSTA & CO., LTD f0& ^ This pure rich milk powder comes In large 12-lh '.ins al M.4 pi Un. a haixly and team powticN-,1 nUk Tor the famiiv Dairji kgba#1 -jaiity Cow's Milk, and procattjtd su that all th-nat.w^i vi1 n iimv flavour of rraah Cow DIKIXIIONS Mix QEM heaping tabb Dairj -iiy hall pint (Va pint) or en liquid Poi rxira goodness, mix and teava in n aratl li no h-" Honour I I 'v. | Milk n ..f full cream mm, . nnd those Ca>4a. 991 MAFFC0 *lleta. Arthar A Da 1 >ill.ii Mr*-.. 1 < s at i..a )'•>( % % %  • a Ca. 1.44 -uiria. -.-it a ca P ^ GENUINE PB CKOnN CISC! K Alt ~ I.QIS ttll 11K WITH BMM OR WHISKY.


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FOtt HAJUUDOS ADVOC \T7 WTDNXSDW VPRII. • i^ K\PBUKisAAiADr£ The .Spanish Empire-I *****#-*** a v.scoTT TO-DATS SPECIAL a coim at the COLONNADE I 1* 1*5* I nt\rrst? (olhtjf %  tsfAVSSsH i -* fa send vpar* -'. Uw <44*lui)i: fa* achievements nd oi the plans for the future 4ppbeatkm. %  %  *nder-yadmrt* M one Vcsrt lf*sar*s Mawy r*** aw •r.jL* A the grw: to iw Aw i j .jve devoted i 'JJTf nt th .*! „ b. w. • M feed 'S* "U lMT -r a * WA.A E" %  *! %  •-.ft • %  %  Syr-a* tradei ./ Sad SMftMtHfti over. Ms i %  |IJ,B 2* ESSTf SSWa a**-" *r a a Tlvigji OkftT .'•tstieii of tribute or a* T**Tucie* er bessw* m rs of ,"JBV \*C*AX %  atfcu we —l •• A-Tsenea offered a sterU;.trasc w*a the Er. *: -a.-. : i the decree* of vast sSsssssttstri' .--.'..or.* gl Ice: % %  -re nJysr ease ptsairtng. MM mss. llr.iiii.ilH |pwln|nin i Liantetie** Mrf n *ey B{ • *• ti 0 it* aiU^t-ftes An pen* Aner.es wer I -a.-i.arls. per%  7 Jsftfcsi MMI* rarae at afl the talk a: fo the Brrasax Coaoor m Ma_Ks*J i LMM h _* BDssjB Ht^eal Sir Haxoad Xasrcoc 3-... ; sssj eat taB ii wmc "~ &e '-"--- BhtaThMdH tarter far Ma ITS HMd %  %  -: Isss Bunyi. a* all whites are dassed though %  iv omm b %  Aaattafc %  A-T.-. e restless ^^ J ^j S ssmsJ D ri s jp sayi ll %  " Be" milder --mor Army o d ke. -"ports ,; ^-, I : i-reacT asxec the Gover -General giM --: QOH % %  rto assess, oat jjaiH reaanreaBBMta needed' said one v ftftsl iMuso rm in .11s new crvtl post as rhrector of "-* 3M | 7S apfMBtmec*. *^*Jfrssli ssssst welcomed oy the pistol-parkaaikH . M office at K Sc-cHouse high on a hill overiooking pleasure p ess she ft U -s_c supcJbour cor. .* 'are are planned to UaVlllUANCB' '•red. ind to %  gtag and bobta.. as been cut Though out •p a %  . j*Xi t>>ou. LH1KF GWM SI . %  ..^her in any : operations. Mayoe. but a man cannot be -rouse. -ne here. Gei against a merciless and Ms a capture: res ancT ..-. %  .. . %  s, and crut'; eir blood, tunj and mosquitoes, have bsc e men feel thi %  %  1 Politically it is important not many soldiers an "'„ powers, for example, to take ; %  pers A: prcicnt T.#y must be arrested and ope: ....... %  a court or detention board Tbe autnonue* are r>t eon ideas U*Tft oecorr* old ones to the.-: .HS> *' many umes. ice a qua book. No matter -*hat *rfect answer c bacic. After tftlking for days with scores of people, getting inades of viewpoints, you can even tau self out taped Some people say it is red-taped. Trucks with armour-plated sides: 1 Top %  they would overturn on corner* The forftSt green to nre. -nd. though timber 11 never worked, local people would oh. Clearing a 200-yard tnp the length of the Siamese border is tmpotsK. • and machine-gun watch could never be ma,: hope their call for a supreme commander it tthe Common*caith's Wgsest dolla: %  %  i) 1 .= W.\LL\BA POSTS 8 and 10ft CALYANH -HEET< 24 Caup — 7. 8. 9ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6. 8, 10 ft AT inuamoM & HAYNES CO.. LTD.. % %  *( % % % %  u C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. "HONES MU. 44^2. JbflT 9* 1 % %  t i CATStU %  -. -•REAM Or WBSM CONDSMSSD SULK ISS ;ACK 'TTRAWS .... O FtlLTT CVBK.'. •UJSW PEAS THISBS BAYS PLVlAPPUE JCICX %  a a at oxo cvssta DBLO riGS STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. *.-.-.' S,-.-S S*Y*Y **S "'*''*''*'*'' "-'-''' -'•'•'''''•'''•'•'''''"'''' '''''? '^d %  fa..-..numerous ... have KtftOOfi of V is, to him %  IN OUR HABERDASHERY DEPT. THE EDICO SOLINGEN LONG HANDLE RAZOR —:ALSO:— BARBER SCISSORS AND COMBS GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM DA COSTA & Co, LTD. Dry Goods Department / Te There is r.o answer yet in the quiz book. -ILK > in lt< .• in i %  oideraUon m fixing the quartthe same vsiMqusBt hardship artsl title* of sugar to be covered i many Wf-• is eftay to v. •*it. on behair tft* ft" %  : s regards should at the susar —sa ft si i ssos ear! • %  •vans** a %  standing on la: rubbish -• of the gt-r I and < be %  guaranty. %  ssS thi .<' %  *sasu--. August, when u i %  ceivable depr* power YOl! V"^ 'INE CUTS T^~ ^r*l! !\ Of Tender Nutritious Meats. tOlt YOl 'II PARTY!! Swwl Martini Koyal Club Gin Win., Godda.d. Gold t' %  j Notch Cocktail Onioni, 3>MMIM! Cockl.,1 Sausagn FOH YOI'H PKT! IM m\\ D(M; CHOI lb B.R 90c. CmDBAMBS % 









W.L. Earn $3,000,000 | —
For Britain
—In Three Months

(From our Correspondent),



LONDON.
EST INDIES and Bshomas played their part in
earning over three million dollars for Britain in the first
three months of this year. — That was the sum paid by
American tourists for two eighteen-days cru'ses round the

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Caribvean in the liner “Mauretania” and two shorter cruises
uteen days each.
of fot «' Ports of call included Nassau
: ) Por’ of Spain, Barbados and Ja-
e - nilalea,
Russians Flee Apart from the amount spent
‘ en fares, Which was over one

| million pounds, American tourists
also spent about £30,000 at che
‘p’s bars, shops and showcases:
| The “Mauretania” returned tc
Sou hampton this week vo go in-
to dry dock before returning to
the normal Atlantic service. Her|
Capvain described the cruise pro- |

a ° .
Soviet Zone
MUNICH, April 18.
Two unidentified Russian o Yicers
driving a German iller ally
crossed the Soviet zonal border
at Holf, Bavaria, last night into

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‘BRITONS STILL MOST HIGHLY TAXED.

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‘Cripps £4,000 M.
Budget Gives No
Remissions
BEER WILL BE STRONGER

LONDON, April 18.
A CROWDED, tense Parliament to-day heard
Sir Stafford Cripps, Britain’s Chancellor of
the Exchequer, introduce his budget proposals, on
which the fate of the Labour Government may hang.
Opening with a review of the nation’s economic
position, the Chancellor said that demoeratic
planning was “absolutely vital’? to the contin-
uance of democratic freedom in the world.

“Our aim is to create a happy country in which there
is an equality of opportunity, not too great a disparity ot

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that his colle fat ti » Germans was “necessary to , tons of stone in one hour.
os ievoretaan wtih the Germans was “necessary ' ; RUSSIAN MINISTER eee ee ata watt
*ave the honour and life of Italy”. : ; } HONG KONG, April 18, — SACKED sind te had, cerns ite
-—+~! Impassively, the Ex-Marshal Chiang Kai Shek’s Nationalists NDON. April 18 srantite dt Adkitens SRA f
Cl ‘ i listened to the prosecution .claim | claimed to-day to have smashed The enth Minister Var the | British Guiana in 1945.
hurch Federation | tinat it was through vanity ans | on invasion by Communist Gov- FR gy nos Ma ae con A aoe talents
|he accepted the post of War Mia xnment troops of Hainan islan S.A. Akopov has been relieved %s\the sea for drainage purposes
Wants Details <0 ee oh “ag tai teacnaealontall his ‘duties, Moscow Radio an-| Since it is not considered wise to
| Publis. pn he Graziani But -o-Communist news ear- nounced early today. He will be erect any elaborate system of
Of Deposed Lutheran “g? Norther teal w : the lier 5 verted that General Lin| suceeded by Grigori Sergeyevich © drainage ~~ might result in a
built in Northern Italy was >t li e D @ ‘i } adie. odtdl ol . flooding of the runway
Bi h | prime cause, if not the only | Pio’s army was extending beach- | Khlamovy, the radio said. Reuter g
‘shop cause, of the civil war which] xeads won in yesterday's landings : a
GENEVA : caused so much blood to flow]on the Nationalist held island. | R MUST NOT Bk
The Luther: ea April 18. in the streets and squares c!; Hong Kong military observers [A / 1,
Federation ar : an mee | Italy” he added. were inclined to accept the Com-|
Sata |e ea oy, nel a mame | AS STRONG AS U.S.A
resident of the Hun an - |4he last indictment in his year| A Nationalist ee oe d eWIel me
eran Church in Budapest asking | Old trial for collaboration with | mitted tot Cae sts 7 :
oe full details regarding on ati the Germans Judgment was Ce ee tel counter-atiesks tial PI Us N, A / : AN Vic
ince » ; , . av I = a a
Orden ~ nt , that Bishop Lajos |Pected within a — oe] that | claimed to have killed 4,000 cap-
» head of the Church in Defence counsel pleaded - tured 900 and the remainder, given : ; f
lad been deposed by “a collaboration with the German: ured oe WASHINGTON, April 18.

































fhe American Zone, according to] &amme as a big success. | ioe is a pomersanie. whew of the new runway at Seawell under construction, Picture sh the present runway in the right and the personal incomes and in which every man and woman can
; fio ‘by United States High | Cunard officials are understood | Yeon bui ing at aaewell, In the foreground is a crane being used ‘ t 10 "his picture has been taken from a height feel that they are wanted and have a full part to play,
Commission officials here 10-} be equally pleased with the |. 99 feet and from the centre of the new runway ’ he said. |
“ee venture an rovisions aes ' . . ¥ sats
night. 5 Nba hg)? | “ provisional plas a Al ~ y Y The Chancellor declared that his nearly £4,000 million
The officials said one Russian in| {EXPE €d to be drawn up} 2 AK f f He il r J budget allowed no hope for remission of taxation on Brit- |
z 3 tly — " _ saukaw ' r . Rel a P I B re s axi rit-
toe form of a first Heutenant| shortly. for a further series ‘ot! MiQnasteries | . eavily In Debt: | x pe of iaxi
; another with shoulder in- cruises early nexv' year | ' | 4 j , ry ons~—already the most highly taxed people in the world.
and ¢ nee / rye ry . 7 :
ur oe ShelteredSvies) HIVE OF INDUSTR) rie Te ee | ee ee
erican Resident Officer at Nurem- UK Woman A ent | 1e ere pres | promising that there would be an inquiry into sarin
on gaabnaaaliammtcte = A Bs THE DULL thud of rock being blasted, the noisy whirr) Wife And Children| were saving or retirement was concerned
5.30 p.m. to-day. 7 ° ° | dM d is ; >, Vener >! 1
They said the same men were| To Live In Nevis | n ur erers of the stone crushing machine, only partly visible under a} ‘ h ol ‘ | Although the beer duty will re- ; workers and stem: he tide «
again reported at Schwabach 10] } cloud of white dust from the st yne, and the uneven roar | Wit Love Bomb ;}main the same, the strength of | revolt by track nist
miles south of urease hour | Has Bought Coconut SAYS PRAGUE RADIO of the engines of busy bull-dozers, caterpillars and carry-| LOS ANGELES, April 18 | OR — be tT anaes me Governmer cezing
later. “Though no official con- ° wai ; ct : f eG teat ince Se eet ae 1e Chancellor closed an it Earlier in speech Siz
tact has been made with the two Plantation PRAGUE, April 18. al's turned Seawell into a veritable hive of industry yes-| , “ove for a pretty rea haired|]come tax loophole in the higher | ford stressed that it vite
there is no reason to doubt they| (mom our London Cal nebebaablons An official statement broadcast terday. Ptarie amee-bukicds ckiedate tte tie! eae _ “ was uggested ,by |income brackets. He announced | his policy of wage, salary ar
are at present somewhere In the LONDON by Prague radio tonight said that aarti net: apie Ithe new s x ‘ th ous ir d feet ‘cme b ph ae ted Viste a CLS Tai es wee ee a a |
American Zone the officiais stated A wartime British secret agent,| â„¢@â„¢bers of Roman Catholic i js ; ndey ty ohh bikin d attempted destruction by ajtheir high executives would be
—Reuter Mrs, Mary Arrigo, leaves England | ™onastic orders in Czechoslovakia SPOR rs aes anal ogee * Sea | petro nb 1 United States j Subject to surtax retrospective to £ 74,000,000
this week to start a new life in the} WOUld be assembled in a number onducted OB f the ite | Airline passenger craft here | - year S fford estim ted tl {
is | West Indies. She has bought a| ° Monusteries, where they would W INDOW by Mie, James Wilnen: “eamtnenst? rday heath he mat ue \t much cri- | ‘ reast venue fri .
lruman Refuses coconut plantation in the island of| devote themselves exclusively to a of the department of Trasenni| John Henry Grant, whose wife| ticised decisions wo big auto- | his budget would be £74 mill .
| Nevis in the Leewards, Her in- their religious tasks. | Notre Dame will engage ¢ the Canadian -Governn at | . j|@nd_two children were among 16] aa at rf i 000 000 ‘to. theie | ent, sae ns irpl
$ , asteries pain ae ; > _— OF WA anadle 10 1e ang] vc ‘0: } t a ants £ 1,000,000 to their | ¢ ) i
‘ e * tention is to establish a cotta Monasteries which were being;| Y.M.P.c a second division 1 om Satie “tthe “Ante | passengers in the airliner, shouted, Payments of £550.000,000 ne ce
Bruce S Resigation/ colony on the island. For this Saat evacuated, the statement said, ida cvehine, 36 ba enanuh en > L wane marge of the construc-| 2+ the last minute: “Don’t let that er ‘rong on condition: they | tai overnment capital expenc
c . : - 4, a a eve z. Notre Dame has won Or | : . ae wou never work for. rivé lant ¢ the
WASHINGTON, April 18 pose she his recently been buy-; Would in future be used by the all their matches as yet and are About 2.500 feet of the runway | Plame take off. I just put a bag pattie = ; rival manu- | ty ott
ba. P jent Tr mare: has refused }'"8 urniture in London. Government sponsored Catholic wae eee has been graded to the required | _it, full of gasolene,’ ; In these instan x will ; edad thave-wromihias
resiaen ‘uman has *Tusec NP a, nat op, i ae te a are pe pet . a iis division =e | ane rp ‘ “il se stances ta Will be |} ove ' . vf 35.0 be
to accept the resignation of Mr | ive Arrigo who is 36 is an In Welfare organisation or oe | i Hedi pee tha oR level This is now ready for | His shout started a baggage 95 per cent leaving £5,000 net to 000 me si ns ¥)
0 a o ST hana ak the United j \er ior decorator and comes from The official statement did not be Carlton Cable-Wireless at advanced surface preparation handler, who dropped the very | the recipients '
oa —, Ata Programme, it! Malta. {n London earlier this year specify which or how many mon- } at Gombirhitre tents mpeis It is planned that three hun-| bag. It exploded, and flames flared, ..Petrol«- t ia of ee n Seeinad k ony! =i
ates ear f ane 3 she was awarded £16,450 damages aster.es would be or were being at Lodge and Shell vs ( nveteabaaeane dred feet at each end of the new | singeing his eyelids and hair H ; ; get Unt i A absolutely es-
was officially announced to-day. |for injuries received in a car ac-| evacuated nor how many monks Old Boys @t Shell runway will | ) te Grant had driven to the Airport He announced that the standard | Sental in present circumstances,
There had been reports that the | cident. had been removed to other mon- ond. “hk W 1 a nt Mt Ss eri alien al alate no {oO Atlee petrol ration now allowing motor-| He deferred to growing public
President wanted Bruce to take| Following the accident she flew] asteries. The statement said “it Diya F Page dines a. aa gra Betty Suomela, red haired| 58 ,t0 cover 90 miles a month [criticism of the housing shortage
over as Ambassador in London | to the West Indies and bought the| has been proved at the recent i pees reason for this is that| Bett; Su , é would be doubled by announcing that the Govern-
7 : S é . . , ‘ lar vhich is war g stewarde ) . sé Dac » te petr . nt’s ais bl nm th
when Mr, Lewis Douglas resign-| plantation and a house which had| trial of monastic priests that Arab, Palestine in prepa ae teh tal ing off is Gt ote id a eee: so ~ put the tax on petrol and other | ment’s. housi os dy evap as
ed for health reasons {belonged to the late Sir Arthury many monasteries were being f aeclent: at tae tone eat asic oe Anke a poeee. ie " roe light oils would be increased by next three years would be restored :
Today the President's Secre- | Lees, used to shelter hostile agents, And Jordan Kehate wm Kociperaiivele ‘iene hire dn, Shin eet ee eee ee ee cote Lene perrOh |X AUC nek Doises Bixee,
tary said Douglas would stay at There are only three other white} spies and even murderers.” a ., : e. ape i i" y 3 oy bought oe paar, in aaah: ie net per gallon A cut o 185,000 was made dur-
_ his post indefinitely. women in Nevis. And according In some monasteries weapons Will B i 0 L Shatiin? rd sarc } pace bo ic ies on the ree ov me ' ~ rec ret ane Ses ae ae a ing pe conon lrive ast f
It was stated earlier that Bruce} to reports, there is no shop, hotel] and secret broadcasting apparatus U e ne | Safety Me: ac ethic eens Catania a 4a fom 66 and worth ae oe: ont | aud th t ; F
wished to return to private life}or bank. The servant problem is,| were discovered and many mon- LONDON, April 18 an, ae. ee verde py weligantiininiet Aamattheess: << ¢ Feige ernie: +e model” ae Nsor Seated vite, ene ike
now that he had set up an or-|however, easy. asteries served as _ bases for King Abdullah of ! fords , ll oo enn ae er be A Ad” 14 begreinidpr shy ealec age -paleyes oirog The Ch ioe Nor ’ nok he y 33 | ‘ ss iat I - i * o Saag yi
; aes ‘ ; i . 4 é ‘ g ( te a » othe doa > lpr ar 4 of > § . cls sd a 933] un sts pressing fe “ases ;
panisation for the shipment >t Mrs, Arrigo's ten - year - old} espionage and disruptive activi-} announce the formal ineor aes tio ee ae en an ae in the air. terminal. “I wanted’ to and one-third purch ae tax on ; the Chat ( ell : Sate WP 2 real
American military supplies over daughter who is at school in Kent | ties. of Arab Palestine into tk rei ig cee Een . end it, This was the only iw B hitherto tax free “commercial 1i fTic ulty 1 that "th . ’ : tilt i
seas, —Reuter hopes to spend her summer holi- “In order to stop this hostile] qom of Jordan next Mon i t| 7 oa pe cee oy art Knew, he sald ; | vehicles to restrict, he ex lained }some ¢ ase of le ? m7 nid hicl :
a days with her mother, There is aj activity of the Cathwlic Orders, | the opening session of th bowie ie ' { a ae eat te rn hea, ee eee tewapdeans| the “excessive volume a "Corae re ver if aneene aati hd
. ° three-quarter-mile beach on the} measures have been taken which elected Jordan Pat liamer “ag ia wees a ies 7 f aoa jcveared by police of any implica nerci ul vehic les, coming on to the A tting t A al M4
Griffiths Hopes plantation on which she can play.} will bring these Orders back to man, it was Thorned ian , i ; ily ill be ¢ = ne a nab run | ti n of complicity, told the police}, a 7 ee ’ fl ne \ ‘-
Mrs. Arrigo, who is separated] their original and true religious reliable source to-day ae OA matali Wanton , ; he was in love with Grant whom |" Cy ie nnounced ar ijustment t un ‘ ifferc rade
yee r ° rom her husband, does not how-]| mission Th Sr aaa at a. | ope re Heine she had own for three years Tipps announce Bit AWA seers : ; aM
> Ss : us move has bee reneré t tion of | t ow ates o » tax ni
To Visil W esl Indies ever intend to spend the rest of “It has been established that in sensanad simak ties “feo 1 tru mn Reuter * fh " : = peng t i. |
her days in the West Indies. She} their monasteries lived only a few; tions a week ag “which 2 | a anes —_—_ | ee era eee ae i '
LONDON, April 18 say she is a rolling stone and people who did not work and | ¢} 40 1 Semen feaniinenio "date , rene ey » Seances the taet 4p arta . me :
t . ; ’ ays S$ ‘ > é -ople é 1e 40 deputies represented dis- | { phalt runway) , ound for the first £50 of taxable | methods ( here
a petsh lonit boone wy yame *| nay move on, mostly busied themselves with} tricts of Arab Palestine now o eae onan etek ae Bomb W as I lanted He cine and aie shiliines in tie! iin ; fa
ceo at TS ROD nciting the population. le . : ay ait Sonia ee , ae eee al ‘ a Set ae ;
to visit the West Indies soon. " + “The po cacaeary putld=) “Pine tox Saeuetiinan eee ee ee en co eee In Plane Ss ee be ‘a ax tat animes & ; /
Speaking t a British sports- NX ‘ y ‘ > ® : vo. " - e formal announcement of the j}so that if a pilot touches down | ‘ would be reduced to two shillings eer re ns pl
, > ‘ , ' > . . > oarve the: cia he : } ’ ie ;
MPD lincheon here to wel. |“ WwW I re nch Ship ings will saggy, + se -_ thes incorporation of Arab Palestine is| short. of the concrete landing | W: | }and six pence and five shilling ent thr |
come the touring West Indies . “ae ae of , o no ic anv} expected to be made when these} strip he» would st ll be able to] ashroom | respectively ‘It ric
me , ; ; + and social and health purposes. . 2s take ir sag | | hik iaecen: tha’ Higher © of vestent von ions Mae
cricket team, he said: “I ‘have not k or W.L Cruises “s eg eee ee ieee deputies take their seats in the} make a proper landings | LONDON, April 18 his leaves the higher rat estri I rok j
yet had the privilege of visiting | soho vagy le liv b *; new Parliament.—Reuter. | In addition to this the s'des of Rnitish dome OMiie. xpl ive | (une shillings in the pound as at | down either ries
4 6 . : yhic > e living nearby are ; . ‘ sritish ome ice € osive a : “
the West Indies, but snap divisions | NEW YORK, Aptil 18. of we Mee. e livir ory } | the runway will be graded so| | xperts havedecided that dan)-| present jon until a. d @
(in Parliament) permitting, JI,| After discussions with a com-| 80 SNort’. ' U S R li " |that a plane which has run off} ce done to the Paris-bound This concession was aimed at | been ed out to repl
hope to do so.”—Reuter. pany official in Kingston, Jamaica, ee ep tes | the runway would hardly cxpsize| I i ish European Airways Viking | benefiting Britain's lower paid @ On page &
where the service will bave its ld . but should ba brou under |... at PRs eed: ee eet aur a —
a k wesvern ‘terminus, ‘he Freech| 7O*¥r. Old Has To Moscow ntrol within a reas/nable dis-| Py" bomb. Yee Sas {
nitguas FPortworkers Line has announced in New York s nee Ty ‘ ' | }
” ‘ . n The bomb was planved in a ©
On Strike |ihat a new passenger lingr, the 36 Children Or Shooting Charge | Tne nev ng oN sed-towels, box inthe smail|
(Barbados Aavocate Correspondent) | es ee Eaanee 7 - WASHINGTON, Aprii 18 paren ee. ee 'S oe os ashroom at the rear of the plane. {) .
site Ae 0 é Ss > ) . The > state ras expert-| acrodrome it € | it I verts’ . V as | :
The § : ete annem There will be a 13-day service WANTS MORE ed ae aaa Sone today, nels mn ” of fifteen de ae ( Ls 4 x Me rity = Ss ae 7 at! 7 COV4 O14 4 Z 00 CO} ELA ade
fe 8.9. “Custodian” arrived | frem Le Havre vo Kingston with Y 7 i] oT n de t and Y don and to th
here at daybreal ‘ Dh df. SOR pets ad > NS — en charges that an American bomber} This has been decided since it| Scotland Yard, London and to the;
at dé ‘+k finding & light-|calls at Southampton, England; AMIENS, Northern France, nat : ' ie
ning strike against Bennett Bry- | Vigo Portugal; Martinique, Gua- April 18 a mens Dae panes over tao , fs - F . a _ t] a rea — na Ss - F Win’ cantando ol 5 ut
st , ; } iin 2 “klaver aJVia On # ; , | We i “xactly ! ’ suggested \Ne e Ss vas jh
pa deloupe, Barbados, Trinidad, La Paul Demaie. a br icklayer in his rhe ee late ae WG ee a eatin as (eae 1d oe shactnite trae te >
{departed at p.m. without|]Guaira, and Cristobal ' seventies, today went in the town ‘ 7 : i iwawer, ys ae ; ou 7, See NY a
unload or 4 naira, § - UWRS , i *, : . oar he mecident was now ready for de- | On thi point Mi Wilson The police were checking u» ‘
mMoacding 2o tons of cargo and Antilles, ; 20,000 ms ship| birth register’s office to have the re : % } | 7 ; v4 ie '
nti 1 , to } 5 ; { | | . . »
loading 49 , 1 : ‘ P hic 26 ; -epistered, livery during the day to the aid that Barbado vas eX-|on the life insurances of the 28 ‘
1g 490 bales of cotton, The|scheduled for completion av Brest| birth of his 36th child registered. | ns , ae - “gy ; ea 2 ; nite ues
whar » \ 1 : Soviet Foreign Office, ources tremely lucky at the prevail-| passengers in the plane when its
hi arf area was picketed. This is | late in 1951, will have a capacity| “It is not finished he sald when | close to the State Department ng winds were practically the} ail was almost blown off over |
a second port affected within |of 780 passengers in three class-| he left the registry office. I hope)” ie i F | r+ $8 att The S404 a. Scurid+eo that tthe ‘Chatine! |
e month “9 » . e.” Sle é . F ‘ ri » the t lé |
"7 (Sy catia) oi wow 7 mere. See bm twice and| I’ might also be made public there was no need to build an The passengers were all British,
ad o4 ch il pa ie his first wife Diplomatic authorities said a| alternate runway had been| American or French, but the in
« a ‘ hac - a 4 c oe »y his ‘ur ior by | note, approved by President Tru- the ca n many countrie | quiries will be world-wide. The
ra His second who is : ~,| man and Secretary of State Dean Th lat jevelo ent at| possibility that somebody might!
, 96 years gave nim the twelve 3 he atest develo, 1 j y
. Tk te th > iia sf whom is "| Acheson, was cabled to the Ameri- | Seqwell i the erection of an| have imitated a receny Canadi-
others, the last « ; “lean Embassy in Moscow ast | mdr ’ hesatitne sh slant 1 murder by insuring a passenger |
. 1O- i 5 He 3 additional stone-crushing | |
beautiful two-day-old girl. He
oO ave a has 29 grand-children. —Reuter. | night Mr. George Bowden who is in|and then blowing up the plana wi
las 29 granc r : it had been held up nearly a] oharge . one-crushing | is being examined -Reuter. ,
. k be charge of the ton rushing | :
ROME, April 18 time a gees a “ —— operations told the Advocate that | A
ay pr : Tots li x & { epartment called a “calm and) when this machine, which is| 66 \ 9 Vill
hy i e ‘ 2 i ee . 3 4 2 ‘ hate ae 5 ’ 7 | » io ‘
Ex-Marshal Rodolfo Graziani former chief of Mussolini’s Nationa ists Smash thorough appraisal of the facis.”| forty-five feet high, is erected, | Ne rve Gas Wi

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DETROIT, April 18,
America and probably Russia is
developing a “nerve gas” that
would sap an enemy’s will to fight
General Antony Macauliffe, Chief
of the American Army Chemical
Corps disclosed here. i
Many German scientific experts
on toxic chemical warfare are be-
ing exploited by Russia, he told
{the American Chemical Society,
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it war jeg ciplinary Commission, | was no offence uncer the Htalian| (4. sannihilated.” GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY, Chairman of the United | resist, at the smallest cost “and
a ee Lag nd ee Ss General} No reinforcements were ippar-| States Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned to-night that the “real | enormous destruction of his econ-
aa sri€ 7 in Se . +} eo xr the - . % | PF
es | we if gave evidence that he and | ently fort —. : ae ree | danger of our times” might come if Russia succeeded in| omy,”"—Reuter.
: bat ) tay ! be sts, ic was late eporte » t *4, . | a
Cee |German Ambassador Reahn had ;enuniss —Reuter. equalling the military strength of the United States and |
| se *nuodU fforts’ to} ee - 4 adit } 6a8 ‘ a =
Egy pt W ill Get Mi . ? av oe a ge accept the the North Atlantic P ywers. }mnations must do everything to Haiti Pays Homage | In m of 50
g ae persuade Graziani to acc j TWO KILLED The Western Powers, he said, build .up economic and political 7 P Pi $i 06
gar Kp» . post ‘iss would be quite vulnerable” | gtrenyth and unity | oO ope tus baa sue ki
Ral I rom Russia —Reuter TRIESTE, April 18 while building up their defenc | La ral Bradley said he could } 1} His MAMSTY. Tre Ki
Dio ean Lacal Italian newspapers today/jn the next few years not guarantee that a one shot VATICAN CITY, April 18 } - 3 : ahi Oe see
y CAIRO } c eported that two people were} America’s top military leader, | ene a“ Saal y oa he "the ited vo envoys from the Republic SUPEd VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
ie iSsia_n ROYAL ENGAGEMENT killed and 100 injured in “repri-| cpeaking on a radio rogramme, | States, destined to of | 0f Haiti today brought the Holy ae
F Is” by Yugoslav ithoricie ane akkad if he vueht } ry Year homage and gratitude of the ‘ os Zz. i wep
: ; ae rary esp he sama “on lw” ca | fer homage oe attache ee aaa Ba:
LUXEMBOURG, Apt } ait Italians who | t nger i be} 1 of pt , aus A” , ¥ '
(EMBC pr . sa ir rreate I Pin! ed t a the . LBa A WL, i of ds, iva,
, : ' \ ame ™ | Bu ! ‘ Er
; is Weste ‘ ty . Franc OLD BOND STREET, LONDON
e A De yn of The newspape: te . rengtne . salgado, thankec Pope in the
1 Be . Ir f dhe dead and f the in-| sussia I ay re | force 1 ke of the Rey of Haiti for hee
a nounce ere to- d. The election result vere | atomi ib: nation thin ng the Holy Year | ae oa Niitegs
' — ed to be published tonigh He sa t he f st \t eal i nen were invited to}
{ —Reuter —Reuter, and =the N —Reuter otherhood. —Reuter, |

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1950

World Sugar
Market Dull

LONDON
Sugar Report for

sikow’s
oa, at throughout the

March says the
month rae
set sugal!
= ns a minimum although
bas Deer still substantial gaps to
thetiiled when confidence is suffi-
Bently restored .
eports indicate that In-
ae produce about 50,000 tons
re sugar than was anticipated,
= h means she will require no
ae than 75,000 to 80,000 tons
from the world market, There had
peen rumours she would need as
much as 200,000 but India suffers
from severe dollar shortage.

man purchase of 100,000

- Cubas at $4.45 f.o.b. has
Geen cancelled because the Econo-
mic Co-operation Administration
would not recognise it as qualify-
ing from Marshall Aid dollars
originally to be used to buy For-
mosan sugar (a deal also cancel>
Jed). “It is understood that the
point at issue was the method
adopted in the procurement of
this sugar,” it is added. “It is
thought in some quarters in New
York that this sugar will ulti-
mately be purchased cargo by
cargo, or at any rate in smaller
ypnits on a competitive basis
through normal sugar trade chan-

nels.”

A Gerr

Exceed 1949

Referring to Quba’s expected
surplus production this year,
Czarnikows state “Whatever may
be the true picture in Cuba, and
one estimate Is as good as another
at this stage of the, campaign, the’
suggestion that the crop might
possibly exceed last year’s by a
sizeable quantity caused the mar-
ket some disquiet.”

It is pointed out that any ma-
terial improvement in European
beet crops would be welcome as a
dollar saver and if the beet crop
jn the U.S.A. were to equal the
quota allowed for distribution—
said to be the aim this year ag
well as a possibility—vYould rob
Cuba of the increased outlet which
participation in a deficit would
give her.

Reports from South Africa sug-
gest a record harvest to come—
possibly 5,485,714 long tons of
cane compared with 4,700,000 tons
last year which produced 548,355
tons of sugar.—B.U.P.



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Be Barred From
Some U.S. States

NEW YORK.
New York State is to ban Brit-
ish West Indies workers this

Spring and Summer and give
preference to Puerto Ricans and
other U.S. States are likely to
follow suit.
The ban on
dians is likely
all states
United
Ricans,

3ritish West In-

to be taken up in
where citizens of the
States, including Puerto
are available for farm
for B.W.I.
will, however, continue
in several states,

A large migrant reserve of
labour of native U.S. negroes has
been made available for northern |
States this year because pay and |

conditions in some southern
States are so poor. Over 26,000
such migrants from the south
worked in New York State and

New Jersey farms last year. In

the past Puerto Rican officials
have refused to send their work-
€fs to some southern areas to|

work because of what they called
“starvation wages” and the
cheaper labour from the British
West Indies notably Jamaica, was
used instead

Now Puerto Rico has said she
will fulfill labour requests from
any form in any area that pays



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By DAV!ID TEMPLE ROBERTS

SINCE LABOUR won t
new figures are bein
we will hav
ther da
dry wits.

_To a question by the famous
Sir Waldron Smithers, whether
he would read a book entitled
“Socialism in Britain is destroy-
ing Freedom in Britain” the Prime
Minister answered that he had
little time to devote to works of
fiction, And his performance, ex-
plaining away smoothly why his
Government would not resign
when defeated was as good as
anything Churchill could do in
quick and graceful manoeuvre.

_ Herbert Morrison is the man
in charge. Each day shows there
is no doubt of that. His political
protege, Maurice Webb, (the new
Minister of Food) is stealing
newspaper limelight. And he is
showing a sympathetic person-
ality. Webb, for instance, had a
press conference this week. His
answers were courteous and
quick witted, designed to appeal
to those who prefer to talk about
food as what people eat rather
than as Whitehall mystery shrowd-
ed in the language of gobbledi-
gook. Webb, for instance, was
asked whether eggs would remain
unrationed. He answered that it
depended on the hens. A previous
and more pompous Food Minister
would probably have murmured
something about his department
instituting investigations at the
source of supply which could not
yet be evaluated. Britain has
suffered too long from the uni-
form manufacture of a tasteless
and unappetising sausage—neces-
sary in wartime, but why now?
Webb. has promised that he will
do something to improve the saus-
age. When asked how this plan
progresses he replied that, in the
words of an aircraft designer, the
new sausage was still in the
“mock-up prototype phase.” It

\pleases. It is a change from flint-

faced government.

This is all the werk of Herbert
Morrison who interds to win the
next election by making the people
a bit happier this summer. Aus-
terity may still be necessary to
save dollars—but it will be or-
ganised differently in such a way
that it does not hamper the sim-
plest joys at every turn. Herbert
is playing af being cheerful. He
knows how to do it. He Has the
cockney trick of being happier
under hard circumstances; his
party is in a tough spot; Herbert

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LONDON.
he election by a narrow margin
On Clem Attlee

some past blunders.
The Big Shot

Ernest Bevin is no longer the
power he was. His heaith has
failed him. (Reporters hurriea
recently to the Council of Europe
meeting on hearing a rumour that
Bevin was seriously ill). But not
only his health is failing him.
He is dogged by a failure to know
what to do next. Bevin can point
to some successes; he can claim
a part of the credit for the Mar-
shall Plan; he can claim that he
founded the Atlantic Pact by
reaching an alliance with France
more than three years ago. He
would rather not look at the hope-
less tangle of affairs in the Mid-
dle East—where Britain’s situ-
ation looked so favourable when
he came to the Foreign Office.
Farther afield, in Asia, his repu-
tation rests on the achievements
yet fo come of the Colombo
Conference. (There have been
authoritative reports recently that
this meeting meant much more,
and atnieved greater things, be-
hind closed doors, than were re-
ported at the time). But Ernie
does not know what to do now.
When he came to the Foreign
Office, taking over after Anthony
Eden’s long Secretaryship, Britain
sfodd among the three great pow-
ers of the world. Now a policy
has to be formulated on a differ-
ent basis. He is surrounded by
critics—who .also grant him a
certain respect. Everywhere
speculation turns on who will

Aneurin Bevan

succeed Bevin. And who will it
be?

is a claimant
to the Foreign Uffice. Since the
election the great Welshman has
been under a cloud. But it will
take more than a cloud to damp
his ardour. Make no mistake, this
Aneurin, much earicatured, and
despite his angry tongue, is a
great and powerful figure. He is
no small politician with a big
voice, only able to rant and hate.
That impression is easily gained
from cartoohs. But Bevan is one
of the political leaders of the 1950's
who has to be reckoned with
Those who know testify to a
quick imagination. He is cer-
tainly an “out and out” socialist.
But that does-not mean he has a
one track mind. He is quick to

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jbring him advancement. Aneurin
Bevan, the miner’s son, already
ifeels he has one place in British
history, as founder of the first
nationwide free health service in
the world, and would like another
place—as the Foreign Secretary
re-directing Britain on another
track in her foreign policy. Is it
possible? Will Attlee, while he
remains Prime Minister, let the
determined Bevan free, with the
control of British diplomacy
Bevan has no Trade Unionists
bargaining rnind—which trait in
Bevix has fitted well with the
caution of the traditional British
diplomat—but goes directly for
what he wants—win or lose. If
he achieves that desk in the office
overlooking Horse Guards Parade
it will probably be because he is
more “datigerous’” to Morrison in
any other office.

Gorgeous Glorification

Gorgeous Gussie Moran haa
challenged her fashion designer
.o invent something more daring
for this year’s Wimbledon than
two inches of lace trimmings on
her panties. Photographs of pros-
pective costumes for Gussie’s June
appearance were published yes-
terday. Publicity is satis.ied. Bet-
ter suited to a surrealist night-
club, they will certainly raise an
eyebrow—if they ever reach the
Centre Court, which we beg to
doubt. The skirts on her outfits
hardly exist, and the focal point
is a bare midriff.

Tanner For The
Palace

Dukes may be two a penny to
you, but here they are in business
at 2/6 a visit, standard rate.
Crushed by super tax, crippled by
death duties, a few have turned
their houses into finishing schools
for young ladies. Others have
taken the line of least resistance,
and thrown open their ancestral
homes to the public.

And that’s where
starts. 2/6 was the
charge for that sum
Palace, built by the nation for
the first Duke of Marlborough,
ancestor of Winston Churchill or
the Duke of Devonshire’s famous
Chatsworth. A guide, generally
one of the family, was “thrown
in”

But now the Duke of Richmond
has thrown open his
house at Goodwood for the un-
heard of+ price of two shillings
What’s more, his guide books are
free (but must be returned after
use).

An Extra

the trouble
recognised
Blenheim

country

1950 A.D. er 2007?

In London’s most forgotten em- |

bassy in London’s greatest roy
champagne flowed for a New Year
Celebration. It was not four
months too late, for the New Yeat
of Nepal falls generally in April.
In Nepal’s Kensington Embassy,
we were in the era of Vikram, the
Hindu Emperor, and in the year
2007, not 1950.

with this recipe

COFFEE



... success guaranteed

Future For Coffee
Remains Bright

LONDON.

Though it has been officially
announced in London that the
price of retail coffee will go up
shortly, no indication of the
amount has been given. If Brit-
ish prices were to rise to the
world level a jump of about 2/-
per pound from the present con-
trolled price of 2/ 10d. would be

|

necessary, but it is considered un- |

likely that the actual increase
will be anything like this since
Britain has substantial stocks and
ean also fall back on the profits
jon coffee bought at earlier and
| more favourable times.

The major coffee-selling shops

PR NP EE

| STRIKE IN |

BREST

PARIS, April 18
Communist and non-Commun-
ist Trade Unions in Brest called
a 24 hour general strike to-day to
mourn a worker killed in a clash

between Communist demonstra-
tors and police.
Ten other workers were in

hospital to-day, six seriously in-
jured. Police said they suffered
49 casualties, 17 serious. In Paris
workers locked out from the na-
tionalised Snekma Aircraft Works
where police stormed barricades
yesterday, were ordered by the
Communist-led General Confed-
eration of Labour to “repori for
work” again today. ‘

At a meeting of 300 of the 3,200
men locked out last night a Com-
munist factory leader said “we
must recapture our factory. Every-
body must be at the factory gates
tomorrow”.

The right-wing radical news-
paper Aurore to-day blamed the
Communist Party for the Brest
riots, but the non-Communist
Union Force Ouvrier and _ the
Christian Workers Confedera-
tion last night joined the strike
movement.

The left-wing Franc-Tireur
said “what the Communist Party
was not able to achieve, brutal
repression has achieved. for it.”

The Communist Party secre-
tariat has protested against police
shooting in Brest and called on
Frenchmen to “fight hand in hand
for a Government of the people
for the people.”

Marseilles dockers, belonging to
the Communist-led union who had
been on strike for 40 days, decided

‘at a meeting to-day to resume
work.
—Renuter



Jamaica To Get

are now limiting customers to wis ee .
“normal requirements’ — mean- Soil Le < tures

ing that they won’t supply peo- LONDON,
ple with stocks to hoard Sir Harold Glover, former
against a price rise, but Britain’s| Chief Conservator of Forests in
current annual consumption of/the Punjab, and recently Director
over 800,000 tons of coffee (com-' of Forest Management to the Al-

pared with a pre-war average of

about 384,000 tons) is still very
small by world standards and
there is no danger of shortage on
the retail market.

With American consumption
sill soaring however (last year
i was 20,946,793 tons compared
with a pre-war average of 14,-
358,000 tons a year) the market
for world coffee producers re-
mains bright, and experts foresee
a considerable future for Colo-
nial producers, particular in
Africa, since Brazil's production
from old trees is steadily declin-
ing.

World coffee prices are not ex-
pected to drop drastically for at
least the next two seasons, de-
spite the recent sharp rises—in
British East Africa. Britain has
doubled the price she pays, to
bring it up to between £250 and
£305 a ton.

To save dollars Britain imports
the inferior. Brazilian coffee (a
cause of much complaint in some
quarters in London), reserving
the finest Empire coffees for ex-
port to dollar-lands, A certain
amount of Kenya and Jamaica
| coffee is available to the public
}at the controlled price but the
merits of this better-grade coffee
are not really well enough known
to create a demand that would re-
sult in an important shortage of
| it.
| There

j

appears to be enormous
scope for enhanced production of
| Colonial coffee, bearing in mind
| the crop needs five years to come
into production.

—B.U.P.



| In their stiff-necked uniforms,
\the party from the Russian em-
| bassy next door drank quanti-

ties of champagne in dead silence,
| maintained a stiff upper lip and
i kept strictly to themselves,



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many and Austria, has left London |
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sail conservation.
The tour is sponsored
British Council.

by the

-B.U.P.

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and dye-

ing, drying
pleechunks “Advo-

rtment, told the
ped it will find employ-
+ for over 200 and of these
nt 150 will be girls. He pointed
that some of the girls employ-
have a knowledge of dress-
ng while others do not. —
* B, Bernstein of the Knitting
rtment, said that he is busy
ing designs for men’s sport-
He has already produced
different designs. When
re machinery arrives he expects
preate even more.
i, Bernstein said that the de-
that he is now creating were
seen before—not even in
S.A. He pointed out that his
jn the U.S.A. was creating de-
in the knitting section and
he had created his design the
Mills followed.

H. L. MASSIAH performed
an autopsy ‘on the body of
Hes Beckles of Blades Hill, St.
ip at 2.00 p.m. on Monday and
quest is fixed for 11.00 a.m.
orrow.

es was found in a trench
arley Vale, St. Philip in an
nscious condition. He ‘was
n to the General Hospital and
a few hours later—at 12.30
, on Monday

ACCIDENT occurred at
about 3.00 p.m. yesterday at
porner of McGregor and Broad
is between motor lorry M319,
fn by Jerome Carrington of

Land, Spooner’s Hill, St.
wel, and a bicycle ridden by



y Seale of Bank Hall Cross |

front wheel of
damaged.

the bicycle

OTBALL is now a daily game

mm the Princess Alice Play-

ield. Since the grounds were

| Weed, few games were being

d there, bui' now the various

pis are on holiday, the bays

the playing field convenient.

9.30 o’clock every mor-

football is in full swing on
grounds ,



MORE FLOUR
ARRIVES

sT INDIAN Knitting
HE a Coleridge Street ap
n be working In ~~ iT meee

needles can be seen
39,008 Knitting Depart-
tof the Mi 5 re
of the Mill. These nee mn

which produce many bolts

foor they are 14

and
The articles pro-
are gents’ and

r, men’s shirts and
. ae any of the girls are

to operate the
and they are taken on

erday that when the Mill

APRIL 19, 1950



5,000 People |

t

eaving football
during the evening

houses 12 showers
s, It opens at 6.00
public bath
remains open

| put

*

}

ke

A PARTY of Police from the
taking part in a ten weeks’ course

In the picture Coloni
at the Police College.

Diamond Corner, St. Peter

George Boyce died on S
Hospital from injuries he r¢
in a bicycle accident on Ch





Unemployment
In Jamaica Is
Big Problem

ONE of the chief problems con-
fronting Jamaica to-day is the
question of unemployment and the
House of Representatives has been
getting busy recently tackling the
position, Mr. C, H. Dicks in, Sec-
retary of the Federation of Civil
Service Associations in the Carib-
bean area told the “Advocate”
yesterday.

Mr. Dickson was an arrival re-
cently from Jamaica for the Civil
Service Conference and is staying
at “The Risk”, St. James.

He said that they had thousands
of unemployed and up to now, the
Government hgd not been able to
evolve any scheme other than a
temporary one to overcome the
difficulty.

The entire House of Representa-
tives had resolved itself into a
Committee to consider plans being
forward by the People’s Na-

| tional Party for the curing of that

evil. They only had a couple of
meetings, but nothing definite had
been arrived at. The Party was
however definite that they would
be able to come to some decision
which would have the advantage
of curing the evil.

A Commissioner
In Jamaica, Mr. Dickson said
that they had a Commissioner from
England who made a report on



lefforts to

the re-organisation of the Civil
Service. That report had been pub-
lished, but not yet implemented by
the Government, but the Civil Ser-
vice Association active in its
get omething done to

Vas

en the S.S. “Alcoa Pointer” | Place the service on a better foot-
d at Barbados from Halifax |

day, it discharged

1,365
of flour and 1,011 sacks of
her cargo arriving by the
» Pickled pork, drugs and
Darts,

tailed yesterday

ee evening for
Incent

» are agents

—_

late And Lyle
rms New Co.

8 Our London Correspondent)

LONDON
and Lyle Technical Ser-
has been formed as a private
hy with a capital of £100 to
ON or finance, assist or take
Mm the development, exten-
ind carrying on the business
Producers, manufacturer
mers and refiners of
M sugar and



and
any by-pro-
, 7

the manufacture thereof



ping-paralysis cstrike
has held paralysis strike
100 mills

Official G

Up production in

overnment
Said that planters,
and spokesmen for the

ugar Workers’ Union

, 24 a minimum bonus
aS Day
S.A strik
a Mus
M of Cy
marge output

B.U.P.

state-

to satisfy Union
€ was threatened

last

Ot sugar

P 9
a
t's On Today
He Of General Board
at 2.30 p.m,
Tennis at
» at 4.00 pm
eee Competition
( at 4.30 p.m.

the

:
|
;
|
Rew company emerges from
and Lyle hiving-off. It
B made a subsidiary of Tate
He Investments
—B.U.P.
—
9 ~
per Bonus For
Sugar Workers
a HAVANA
x nt on what is describ-
Uper production bonus”
er workers has end-
n



Mball
1 c — }

nm ween's Park

} Pt Ball as

5 CA. a. 7.50 ~ ’

; v D.m

St

the

eee.

ing.

On account of the high cost of
living, salaries in all grades were
generally accepted to be too low

}and while the Report of the Com-
" for this port was milk | â„¢iSssioner did not go far enough,

|
|
|
|
|

|

'

since before Eas- |
}
|

mill |

| Messrs

yet it was felt that it would be a
step in the right direction and
would leave room for further im-

Messrs. DaCosta & |Provements as time passed by.

Asked about this year’s tourist
season, Mr. Dickson said that it
had been a particularly good one
and added that a large amount of
dollars had been left in the colony
by the thousands of tourists wh
came down during the winter. The

| hotels, business houses and others
}had also greatly

benefited by the

influx of visitors.



Rum Goés
To Bermuda

Quantities of molasses for Hali-
fax, Bermuda and Toronto, rum
for Bermuda and general cargo for
St. Lucia, left the island last night
by S.S. “Lady Rodney

The “Rodney” arrived early
during the day from British Gui-

ana via Trinidad, bringing 22]
passengers and a few packages of !
cargo

From British Guiana arrived}
garments, shampoo, patent medi- |
cines and limacol; from Trinidad
was paper, while from Grenada |

peas and fresh fruit were landed. |

The “Rodney” is consigned to]
Gardiner Austin & C¢
Ltd

}cut at the

|
|



was given in re- | leen’
preeedent- | bulk

Colonies including the Gold Co

al Police receive instructions on a Stree

yesterday by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coroner of District

urday, April 15 about 5.50 p.m.



in British Police procedure at. the

St. Peter Cycle Death |Lewis Resigns
Inquiry Adjourned

THE INQUIRY into the death of George Boyce of

was adjourned until April





unday, April 16 at the General
scelved when he was
urch Street, St. Peter

involved
on Sat-

Dr. W. Kerr who performed th¢
post mortem said he examined the
body of a man identified as Geor
Boyce. His apparent age was 30
There were many bruises on the
surface of the head and on open



ing the skull a gross haemorrha



ge
with clots was noticed. The brain
was di aged and there were twi



fractures to the skull comms
at the back of the head

tinuing to the front

ind con-

lu



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were congested and the heart
normal. The liver was pale and
bowels normal In his opinion
death was due to the fractures
the skull with haemorrh

Sgt. Connell who is tachec |
District “E” Police Sta )
April 15 about 8.45 p.m. he a
panied Selvin Gilkes of Port:
St. Peter to Church Street Ss
Peter. Gilkes showed him spot!
where an accident occurred be-|
tween two bicycles, TI pot wes}
five feet nine *hes from the left |



gutter pointing in the

the country. He

airection of
showed him blood



Stains which were nine neches|
from the left gutter on the same}
Slade

—The Father—

Augustus Hall live
Diamond Corner and George Boyce |
was his son. He saw him on April}
15 about 5 p.m. when he left his}
house About 7 p.m. the same}
day he saw him at the General}
Hospital, in an unconscious ;
The next morning he went to th¢

Sala he it



hospital and saw his dead body

lying in the Hospital Mortuars

where he identified it to Dr. Ker1
Selvin Gilkes said on April

about 5.45 p.m





Ne was riding his}
bicycle along Church Street, S
Peter travelling eastwards to-
wards the country. George Bc
riding nis Dicycle the
ide of the road. Th i of
ng lowly when the A
bicycle coming from th posite | I
direction travelimg tas !
middle of the road. When the rider

of the approaching bike reached



Boyce asked him “what he doing

and at the same hey |

collided and both fell to the grounc
After Boyce fell he 1

onscious, Naving
on the pavement at
road

The other rider whom he re-
cognised as Sonny Taitt received
a cut over his right eye. With the |
help of others he helped to lif |
Boyce from the ground into a car}
which took him to Dr. Clarke but}
Dr. Clarke was not at home and}
they at once took him to the Gen-}
eral Hospital.

truck his heac

the side of the

After he left the hospital he re-
ported the matter to District “E |
Police Station and then went to}

the spot where the accident occurr- |
ed with Sgt. Connell

Taitt about 75 to 80
when he first saw him

was

aras

Three Cyclists

Maybell Griffith of
Peter

Ben Hill, St



said SNe Was Walking

on |
Church Street, St. Peter on Apri |
15 and when she reached Mr. Jor
dan’s house on the left side of the
road she saw Selvin Gilkes and}
George Boyce each riding a bicvele |
going in her direction

Each of thenr had tiex

bicycle hi tring of fish 10 |
they were riding at medium pace
Suddenly she sa a icycle ap-|
proaching at a fast rate the mid-

dle of the street
cry out and then both of them col-|
lided and fell to the groun
inconscious and there was a
back of his head. A car

ind heard Boyce|

Boyce

was



came and he was taken awWay
7’ Only the three cyclist ere }
ue ere |front of her when this Lappe |
Theodore Taitt of Gays, St. Peter
| se 1 15 about p.m he]
Supplies of charcoal, firewood, | Said on April 15 abc pm he
. - since and ssh fruit | was riding going down Speig -|
copra, cocoanuts and fresh {rer oe yg hes “ia
arrived here from St. Lucia yes- | town ae ‘ — aan in te
terday by schooner “United Pil- | he saw three men ing th
grim S x 'same road riding bicycle I |
From Trinidad came the “Zoi | of them were on the left hand
f | the d th sther as OF
’ bringing 40 tons of coal in| of the reed and the 1
the £ t
and household effects | the right “ sa a
i i , ier on 1 rl i ae I le
Both schooners are consigned | The rides ; ' ;
, 5 ig 1 pack na é
|to the Schooner Owners’ Associa- ‘road was l00King ba
| tion he reached him the ollide
|
| me



WITH AN

Exid

BATTERY

7K



SYST alee PONE EY YOU GET
INSTANT STARTING

AND LONG



ast, Sierra

2 Certain small criticisms occur] lution by Hon. Wilson Mc Millian
| > ~ jito me. The book is meant to] expressing grateful Appreciation DRINK & KENJO y
| Council Post introduce the subject. To my|of the Legislative Council to thé

et |mind however, the draw ing} British Government .for helping

Dr. Arthur Lewis, brother of] approach in part I is taken -too British Honduras in its immedi-
:| of Hon'ble Alan Lewis, member of | rapidly Chapter 2 in particular ere needs and allowing the colony
ithe Legislative Council of St.| introduces a great many ideas .25,000 tons of sugat
j Lucia, has resigned his appoint- without much practice on each The motion was unanimously
|ment to the Colonial Bconomic|I also consider the forma] aP-l| approved fot the Legislative
Development Council. proach of parts 2 and 3 could Council
Dr. Lewis, who is a professor at | have been preceeded by informal ni ‘rnor Ronald Garvey stated
| Manchester: University, wrote in| calculations to intro e thej,, ee one ithe ais Alan
the Manchester Guardian of | ideas involved. Both tl! j that the unemployment figure of



| hegotiate with the Barbados Gov-
ernment for a licence to drill for
oil here

TALKS END IN HAVANA|








BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE


































, ' ?
| ~ NX ; . SSOOCCOSSSSSSSSSSSS5085 OD
D | x - = >
seme A New School) Puisne Judge Sides Bie : ;
° ox iS J R ed
oe C For Windward eee
: ; at pP wy or indwards | i >
Pere. (I (seometry voi. | ae > | the hospital. $ A LOVELY
) ° | ‘
yagi: see Lied Ant eewards | Whenever | .
fe | By ALG. Camacho| * eS sk infect i ASSORTMENT
| rom Qur London Correspondent) is
To all interested ducat LONDON. | infection 3 OF
in the West In st be er Mr. William Adrian Date, Chief ! ‘
couraging to find ; ook | Secretary, Windward Islands. has | threatens ix
written by a West with} been made a Puisne Judge of the | : . 1¢ R k
West Indian examples ; with | Supreme Court of the Windward | . in your home, 8
| the difficulties of West ijians|and Leeward Islands. His ap- | @ 18
taken into account polintment was announced by the use IR e
Mr. Camacho has been most| Secretary of State for the Calonies ik
| successful in his task. He has a ie b in- 1908-4 \ T T L ' 1
; Produced a logical sequence, in-| _ Mr. Date was born in 1 in
troducing the “subject informally noe B He Sehe ees EpTIC 1% ¢. CARLTON BROWNE
and passing on to a formal pres-| Grenada Boys’ School and Lodge TUES ERRERIEY ANIECED) 1%
entation. In keeping with modern| School, Barbados. Called to the . | t Wholesale & Retell
ideas, he has reduced the number! = at the Middle Temple re 1080; | Deaderant»: «' « ne 3 Druggist
of essential] theorems and has|@ was in private practice in| Doesn't Pain , . . Doesn't Stain \¢
stressed the practical side. with an| Gtenada and at St Vincent before | 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813
emphasis on constructions. He has| 2°! appointed as a Magistrate, i?
wisely not separated the practical| 5U0-Collector and District Officer :







. . v
and theoretical sides, but worked: !" ah —_ a. ag In ae

| them into g harmonious whole. | 8S Promoted to be Crown At- —

| .The book has a neat layout, | torney, St. Vincent and was trang: a aus = a Oe a a ue
with essentials clearly picked our| 'e’?ed to Jamaica as Legal Drafts- Saas aes >
in dark print. Plenty ot man in 1944. He took up his pres-

SPACRY ena
| gives it an easy appearance, with, °"* Post in 1947.



Fresh for your



bold ht Se clearly marked A| L I Pets 1!
feature of the book is the number | ] son
ggg oo Bin as oninbe Seen nemployment
= An TE | Shou eer ampes, which oe PURINA DOG CHOW
| student.

Kigure Reduced

Leone. The hints given by the author

Barbados, etc.,
















Hendon Police College. wT show an understanding of the} In BH. a PURINA BIT CHOW
t Accident from Station Sgt. Attwood points which cause a schoolboy |
difficulty. I imagine it would be| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) hh. Jason Jones & Co., Lid.
Bt oa ee oe are eae | eerie useful revision] BELIZE, April 17 Distributors.
Vol. 1. Consists of three parts.| Hon. Johnny Smith, Peoples —$—— — ="

Part I is an informal approach| Committee leader, who led the
by drawing, Parts 2 and 3 q | fight against the devaluation of a ee : =
formal approach lead t the British Honduras dollar



oO areas |
|
|

and Pythagoras early this year seconded a reso-

_ Development







March 16
Sir,

reduced to

1,599 |
|

the entire colo as
could be the entire colony was

a year first of all on a

icisms met by spending

I consider the “Socialist” book such













tO prove the

| Government’s action in the]ag Durell’s recent A first The emergency act declared on |
{| Seretse affair to be dishonest Geometry.” February 15 is still enforcable
in suppressing the report; I also consider part ‘ ll »] | though = anti-devaluation unrest
cowardly, in surrendering to] have been introduced by tate-} iS nonexisting over a month, but
South African policies, which] ment to the deas which are going} an unconfirmed report stated that}
are certain to cause the disin-| ito be regarded as axiomati | the Executive Council may lift |
tegration of the Empire; and in- In this cannection, the thor’'s} the ban on the public meetings |
sulting to the 400,000,000 col- Theorem 4 eer necessary,| at the rerular meeting Wednesday. |
ourea citizens of the Empire.|If he considers ightly. |
As one of these, and to mark that “when two lin re srallel. |
my disgust, I have to-day re-| the alternate angle: re equal . . ,
signed my appointment to the] is axion ; t really ; aaa P lirfield For |
Colonial Economie and Develop- * + tad .





nent Council—Yours & , Ue a y| : MY '
umW. Anracr Lawrs, | S88€_a_ Proof which depends on| Jamaica Filmland
W. ArrHuR Lewis, since two line n the same |
37, Clyde Road, Manchester 20 lirectior they re aralle HOLLYWOOD
a ae begging § the Kingswood Films have announ-
to all intents ar poses re i in Holly that they have
Phe Campbells) sis vie tec: a adamitic® "| gear Reliywood mat tney a

leased Vernam Field, war-time
} » othe
One other I she film

work

Jamaica, for
will begin

O.S. air base in
roduction and
on June 1
Dave Garber, Kingswood’s



like to see
troduced e:

}

a

langles in-]

arly al used to prove
Pythagoras instead of the long}
|

COOLING &

REFRESHING

Xe. TIN

t
there

Mr

Leave In May

old method I also

HON’ BLE P F Campbell | gatetie axtensio: ;rowd rele-| General Manager, said that the
O.B,} Acting Colonial Secre- the ren ninaiein aoe P ace \fagreement gives Kingswood use
t ‘ rocat 103« d i
wa are bk to will be included in Vol dreds of thousands of pounds
the summer before The author has however assured } inc luding housing accommodation

me that
ered in
awaiting

these



points will be
and I am

langanyika to
duties as Assistant
that colony

cov-} at the base, which covers about

eagerly} 700 acres.

take
Chief

his
Secretary of

up

the appearance of this} Arrangements have been made

|
|
|
1, Which} of equipment worth several hun- |

Mr. Campbell will be leaving | volume ve : _ with Eagle-Lion for work on 12
Barbados on Saturday May 13 E. C, QUEREE films in Jamaica B.U.P
by T.C.A. for Canada and will |



be accompanied by his wife

He said that he hoped to take |
a boat few days later |
for L but if time per-|}
mitted he hoped to able tc
the Department of Trans-
Ottawa to thank then
lly for the invaluable
they were giv-
Government
onnection with the constructior
ay at Seawell |
not made any |
ar at all, he was hoping that
there everal oppor- |
watching the West |

cricket team while n

across a
verpool,
be
all on

port in



nce Vnict







\ithnough he had
vould be

tunities of
Indie

England



Oil Director
From Trinidad

The Managing Director of Trini-
Leaseholds Ltd Mr, Ruth- |
Murray, and Dr Hans Kug-

ler, Consulting Geologist, and Mr

dad

ven

E Cooper Scott, a Petroleurn
Technologist, will arrive _ this |
morning at Seawell from Trini- }
iad

They are coming to Barbados to



HAVANA, April 18

The eventh American Agri-
cultural Congress, closing yester-
day, adopted a resolution |

recommending the organisation of |
the American States to undertake |
to study furthering the establish- |
ment of housing co-operations. |

|





It also recommended that ali}
atic 1 the Housing |
Congress it Amsterdan next
| August also charged the
|} Cuban Architects Association to]
tudy the establishment of a|

American concrete institute, |

re vheel struck the rear}
bicycle and they fell
backwards to the He

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(1 WAVE A HUNCH THAT NOW I KNOW (T'S HIM- ee factory P Suj or these reasons ‘ Ovaltine’ is the ideal night-cap. ‘Itistdd 4
vc J i! vi E SUPPLY ; ”
| MAGGIE'S BROTHER AND WHEN HE GITS, ee ee , as eet . : ’ r from drugs and acts in an entirely natural way. Bye
| RINGING THE FRONT TIRED OF RINGIN' HE'LL and 4 other great advances 1g thing influence on nerves and body it assists you tora
| POOR'BELL~ AND HE'LI li ALL. AGLEEP ON THE Ds ly to bring j ‘ceshing sleep of thebei
l WANT TO MAE =~) STEPS - oa ie x ey € quickly to bring you deep and refreshing sleep o ,
a - worlds MO WWIUHCH E22 , se iB
WOM WUMAE i : Drink delicious Bb
| —“WiMes QWhY Witte Wel Wik ; GE ; ‘ek
/PRICES: With Rolled Gold Cap $25.77 ‘a’ E
| With Lustraloy Cap $21.18 le F

| Distributors for Barbados:

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PUBLIC NOTICES



POST OFFICE NOTICE.
AIR MAILS







“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders





|
gA T Ki S | FOR RENT your ot age niger pes ftom With reference to the Mail Notice of 28th February last, the public
——— Week Sun. necessary, Write today ae tema ee are asked to note that although the routing of mails to the United
UNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20 = peo Book to Britain's largest ano| Kingdom remains the same there is an improvement in the elapsed
| ANNO Caper | HOUSES | marvellous nishers: highest commission, | time for the 3 mails sent weekly on Mondays, Thursdays and Satur-
or SALE per | "WENGE Gent: Yolee. hkes | Jcnes, Williame a on. eee ee, | days. All air mails for the United States are now routed via Miami
- 04.03 | ment on the sea Be, Lapaenoe tutte ee ee Maen ~~ | for onward conveyance, letters for the Northern States reaching New
sa 33.3.50—-t.in.| CLUB SECRET ARYSHIP York within a few hours of their receipt at Miami. From the Schedule
su tuate at Hastings ea below it will be seen that there is now no advantage to be gained by

7 .48 69) On the sea side. The house ontitainr VACANT:

routing letters for London or New York via Trinidad and paying the





and fou
» and al) conveni APPLICATIONS high e
on the premises. a wake 5 pen | Secretaryship of Oar me. cen ae ee ee ,
-50— Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which beaches SCHEDULE
ae on-Sea Maxwell's | Quarters the jist, July, 1950. Free
‘cast, Excellent sea - ers suitable for i ; ; ;
nished; four oe oe couple together wikét Vigike tent eee Mails for the United Kingdom
telephone, , ’ rijten applicat 5 ” ( Z
phone gaye, 7820+ APBIY opposite gr| dressfkt to; PP cations should be ad Mail closes Leaves Leaves Arrives
pee Ti VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club, Barbados Jamaica London
‘ Serer PTOiE 23, 11 Maraval Road. AM P.M AM PM
FLAT—No. 3 = 15.4.50—6n Ml. +N. M. sapaaaa
ton Hill, From June ist. Full eer ys. (a) Mon. 11.45 Monday 5.15 Wed. 9.20 Thurs. 7.10
2 Bedrooms. Apply Mr ee furnished } a
: vets. Lynch, White b) Thur.11.45 Thurs. 5.15 Saturday 9.20 Sunday 7.10
‘ait Hall Flat No. 1. (b ur. 11.46 hurs.. 5. aturday 9.2 Sunday 7
a THANKS 1. Telephone fo} . NOTICE AM.
be eP R est s , » Wisin chi ”
veg through this medium to than’ cee — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ SaMiee a eee (c) Sat. 9.00 Sunday 9.45 Monday 9.20 Tuesday 7.10
who sent wreaths, cards, ers | yy, » Fully shed. Containing| * e /
thoes other way sympathised with Sirs on gp and Dining] NOTICE Is enaneee Paces one Mails for the United States
bereavemen: : 4 See .
repent | See ers | and ail modben- cbnvenionet Dial seer | Persons having any debt or claims again: i i
death 0! or 2871. 13.4.50-Sn, ie ——_ of Samuel A. Skeene, deceased Mail closes Leaves Leaves Arrives
‘ te ° © of Near Rices in the Paris! s z S ice ig
Niceolls family. 19.4,90| . HOUSE TO LET—From ish May ag | Philip in this Tsland, ees ae = oe Barbados Jamaica Miami
SE ert 30th. Large fully furnished house lor soleil i mie ee Ami ame. va. _
Ee . coa: renin td é a si i 2 ~ulars o 5 tf are} oa
, bathing. $75 rae ay ee eelian their claims duly attested pmctlars © | (d) Mon. 11.45 Monday 5.15 Tuesday 3.25 Tuesday 8.15
IN MEMORIAM 13.4.50—7n_ Hil ox : Pn eo ee of Thornbur (e) Wed 2.00 Thurs. 9.45
re —_——————————— of Ju 1950 efore the 15th day ®
950 after which date. I sh P.M. AM, — Thurs. 8.15
memory of our beloved|, OFFICE—One Office over Sanitary = as ich date. I ;
qlimtUDE SMITH, who fell asleep on oer. Pettity MAHI Street. Aprly | Gcceased ‘among tne ‘Ne_assets. of the! (ft) Sat. 9.00 Sun. 9.45 Monday 3.25 Monday 8.15
oad Judge! for sin'’s pollution 31.3.50—t.t.n | nereto, having regard only to such





Pi
- ul be ever blest
May hey gift of absolution

—_—_—————————
ine 8 CULDUNE — Cattlewash, Bathsheba
And evermore be at rest.

Fully furnished, containing four bed-

f rooms, Frigidaire and all modern con-






Thorne (sister), Clyde and} \eniences for May,
, June and J
F Carlos Williams (nephew). | Phone @810 Mrs. S’ He Hynawt 7'
if 44.50—In.. 16.4.50—3n,
Bin loving memory of my dearly! BUNGALOW, also Flat, f a
MUE ’ , facing sea mair
; See toe te S annae roud, Hastings, furnished from May ist.

OACH,
blow on April 18th 1949.
one year at least is gone to-day

And I your memory do revere,
‘Ris fresh to me, my grief for you.
And sorrow great which I pass through

All comforts, English baths with heaters,
showers, telephones, verandahs. Tele-
phone 5 31.3.50—t.f.n

a
REST COT—On Sea, Weiches, Max-
well, 2 Bedrooms furnished. From May



























i w hides but not divides.

‘The grave no h (wife), Marion Roach | 18t- Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t.£,n.
Lilian Roach (wif —_—_——_
=" Charles Samuel ae HOUSE—In Pine Hill, fully furnished,

from July to October inclusive to ap-
broved tenant. Reasonable rent. Apply:
Bob King c/o Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd

19.4.50—in

Seeman ee
GREEN GATES—Navy Gardens. Fully
furnished small house for 3 months
from May 8th suitable for couple. Bar- |
bados Real Estate Agency, office Hast-

ings Hotel Ltd. Telephone 2336.
19.4.50—2n

FOR SALE



| “WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, for the

n of May, June and November
+ Mrs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-
St. Thomas. 19.4, 50—3n.

CAR—1™9 Austin A-70, damaged in
faccident For sale by auction on in-
Insurance at

structions Co,
Courtesy Garage on Friday this week
at 230 pm. DIXON & BLADON.





For Sale Cond



from.



19.4,.50-1n | MISCELLANEOUS
———
DS
TRUCK—One 1938 Chevrolet Truck in} SYRUP OF FIGS—For constipation
oi order, Tyres good, Battery new. Jond stomach disorders. Pleasant to
‘Apply: C. A. Godding, Bank Hall Cross | t#ke. and non-griping in action, it i
19.4,50—3n, | Meally suitable for children. C. F

Harrison & Co. Ltd.





CARS—One Chrysler Sedan Car, (1)

¢ Sedan Car, (1) Plymouth Sedan |,,.BUS AND TRUCK TYRES, made

dV





and (1) Ford Sedan Car. Apply: |enley of Engisand and are world
! St. Hill, c/o Cosmopolitan Garage, |"¢nowned. We have just received a)
rine Lane. 19.4,50—5n | further shipment of these 32 ten



x 6
. bly which we invite you to see—you
_ VAN— 1948 (June) Fordson 10 ewt



was er els prices just what they
Light Van mileage under 9,000, owner | SOW . ohn F, Hutsan _ Ltd.
n. In good condition, for viewing. Agents. 19.4. 50—3n

$900.00 or naarest offer. Apply:
] A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
Wood Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.
18.4.50—3n.

Roly BALLOONS — Assorted Colours and
Sizes, get some forthe kiddies—Knights
Drug Stores, 19.4, 50—2n











R—Standard 8 H,P. (X-771) with Rie ECE ee dines Nwion fe
without Radio. Apply: Millet Room x ure stle including t e _Jamores
Plantations Building. Telephone MASON PEARSON” — Knights Drug
y 18.4.50—3n | Storeq. 19.4.50—2n



One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946 CAMERAS—All Varieties and make
del in really good order. Cole & Co.| Priced from $5.00 to $40.00 each. No
a 18.4.50—4n,, | Vacation complete without a Camera

Knight's Drug Stores.

19.4.50—2n

R—M.G. Sports Model,

in
order, new tyres and top. No

good

onable offer refused. Apply Jef- BOOTS WORM SYRUP—A pleasant
Kirton. Phone 2425. and reliable preparation for freeing

i, 50—6 chikdven from worms. C. F. Harrison
Te lonips MeN OP lee te Tan 19.4.50—2n





TRAVEL SICKNESS TABLETS—For
. the prevention of sea, car or air sickness
IGERATOR—New 1949 General| ©. F. Harrison & Co. Ltd
8 Cubic Feet with guanantee.
189. 19.4,50—3n.

MIXERS—There is __ still
to own a DORMEYER

at_ pre-devaluation
p See them TO-DAY at G. W
WICHINSON & CO. LITD, Broad St
16.4.50—3n.

19.4.50—2n







WOODEN TRAVELLING CHEST, idea
tropical use. Makers “Durex” Size 33”
20” x 13/7 Metal edgad, zinc lined, air-
tight, dampproof. Also small metal cash
box both with keys complete, ‘phon:
8225. 19.4.50—-In

]

x

for you







————— TANK—One Galvanised Tank caparits
400 gals. measurements 4ft. x 4ft. x 4ft
fitted with manhole and cc

Ll STOCK



and bra

claims of which I shall then have had NOTE. The mail (ec) despatched an Bonders
notice and I will not be liable for th
assets or any part thereof so distributec
t iy person of whose debt or ciaim
shall not then have had notice

And all persons indebted to the S
estate are requested to settle their
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 8th day of March 1950

J. MeD. SKEENR,
Qualified executor of the
Samuel A. SKEENE, deces

to the United Kingdom
and the mail (e) despatched on Thursdays to the United
States are the quickest.
Canada
The position in the case of air mails for Canada remains the same.
Mails despatched on Tuesdays via Trinidad are delivered in Montreal
on the following Friday P.M.





ft

te of
Curacao
Air Mails for Curacao will be closed at 11.45 a.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
* Plane does not call at Jamaica.

General Post Office,

sed .
9.3.50—4n
ene

NOTICE



ORIENTAL
GOODS !!

CUR
BRAS

SANDAL,

KASHMERE

Pr.









































































MISCELLANEOUS now nearing completion, | having ‘Three Bedrooms, a Large
Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Two fully tiled Bath and

OLD GOLD AD ate pace Toilet. Outside, two car Garage, Two Servants’ rooms & Toilet
prices paid for old gold and silver jewel- : er i . . ve > s > Inge- g
lary and suvaoe WT. Davita a Con Le, & Shower., A fourth Bedroom can be made if a Lounge-Dining

Room is required.
Viewing by appointment only by applying to - - -

20 Broad Street 15.4.50—6n














High
In

tap. Alleyne Arthur's Grocery,
Street. 19.4, 50-

ANTISEPTIC DUSTING POWDER
delicate and harmless nursery and toilet

(1) Thoroughbred. Filly b:
could race in August. Her Dany

quomec. Apply G. L.
d. Norwood, St. James.



ia.



18.4.50—3n. | rowder for the relief of all forms
skin irritations a i exompave
\NEOU: vi iration. C. F. larrison & 0
Ss itd. 19.4.50—2n



of every description
old Jewels,
books,

., at Gorringes An
Royal Yacht Club.



PUBLIC SALES

tique Snop,
1.9.49.—t.£.n,





















he i ae Pn food condition 8 ft. AUCTI
" i eep pump. at Bel Air, D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane
og, «Gap, St, Michael, Telephone offers “the following properties at St

VALOR

15.4,50—4n.

PARTS — Flame
ek, Wick-Carriers, Flame

George (1) One property consists of 10
acres of land and a two storey house

ron which is in perfect order,

Wi

At St. James one (1) property consists
— Generatots, and other} (¢ around 30 acres of land and a two
Dial 2696, uto Tyre Co., Trafalgar storey Stone house which has a lovely

5.4.50—t.f.n,

!—Half-meh
28e. to $1.09
., LTD
25.3.50—t.f.n

view of the sea.

At Christ Church one (1) property con-
sisting of 9 arable acres of Jand and a
two storey Wall house. ,

At St. Joseph one (1) property consist-
ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall

GALVANISED PIPE,
yeineh ealvanised Pipe,





HELLER’ house, with govt. water and electric light.
laine. ER AEINTS — A. tasty ar D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
" ' stores 15.4,50—4n,
Agency Co. all drug a Se ee
16.4,50—6n.
















“. SETS—Finest English Crock- UNDER THE SILVER
OF Soe designs. Also TEA, HAMMER
esl: pieces. “G. W. HUTCH.

& CO. LTD. Broad s 6

ON THURSDAY 2th py order of
16.4.50—3n.

Mr. Frank Sweet we will sell his
Furniture at No. 3 ‘“Magried Women’s
ers’? which includes -
Dining and Drawing Room Furniture
in Birch and Fir consisting of Refrectory
Dining Table, Upright Chairs, Morris
Settee and Arm Chairs with Cushions,
Cabinet, Side and Coffee Tables all
painted Cream and Green. Mahog.
Desks, Tea Trolley, Floor Lamps, Glass
Ware, Simmons Double Bedstead and
Spring, Deep Sleep Mattress, Dressing
Table with Large Round Mirror, Cheva'
Glass Presses, Morris Chairs all painted
Cream; Spring Cot, Baby Seales, Pram,
Canvas Bath and Table M.T. Wash-
stand, Folding Bedstead and Mattress,
Toys, ‘Tricycle, Westinghouse Refrig-
erator in perfect working order, Enam
Top Table, 3 Burner Florence Oil Stove,
°? Burner Electric Stove, Kitchen
Tables and other items.
Sale 11.30 o’clock. Terms cash.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & ©O.,
Auctioneers,

VEILINGIS
RIBBONS shop at t DEPN
Orne "hop at the MODEPN

16.4,50—3n.,
UNDERTHINGS

r Because
ame things, shop MODERN for

NTIES ' by VAN RAALTE.
DRESS SHOPPH. Bent St.
16.4,50—3n.

16.4,50-—-2n,



REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens, Stone,
newly constructed. Three Bedrooms,
Yunning water. All modern conveniences.







ples Go

Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m. ell
18.4.50—6n



) aon

Killed in3 D “REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.
Small House, all conveniences, near |
firs: ays beach and bus. Low land rent. In-/
eae pplication of Nixoderm | spection on premises at any time or

: tonight apes like magic, | Phone Owner at 3188. 18.4, 50-—2
ou SE

oue, PeomIng soft, ‘ameoth ead | “THE BERWICK” — Situale In Two
io is a new discovery that | Mile Hill, St. Michael, standing on
Parasites on the skin that | 17,068 square feet of land. The house
Bolls, Red Blotches, Be- | contains drawing and dining rooms, two |

bedrooms, pantry, kitchen and usual out
offices. Water and Electric light. Ser
vants’ room in the yard.

Inspection on application on the premi-
ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant

The above will be set up for sale at
Public Co ition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday

our ay eruptions. You
n troubles until
Your germs that hide in the tiny
n. So get Nixoderm from

re aaa er
‘ will banish pim-

T your skin soft and amodth or

code money back



on r f | April 1950 at 2 p.m }
Ski ona ae CARRINGTON & SEALY |
Skin Troubles age ta" — Solicitors. |

15.4.530-—6

Nar

NEW GENUINE DRY

the 2st) si





RALPH A. BEARD

Hardwood Alley Phone 4683 or 8402,

Publie Sales-—Contd. 19.4

50

3n.























—_————-

REAL ESTATE









WE will set up for sale at public be: Cada n bs oo setae :
competition at our Office No: 17, High You can now give your Bicycle the necessary once over and
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th! replace those worn parts. We have a comprehensive stock of

day of April 1950 at 2 p.m,

A Dwelling house (formerly the
Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
with the land on which it stands con-
taining by admeasurement 1 Acre,
Roods, 44% Perches or thereabouts

BICYCLE SPARES.

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
BROAD ST.

Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o’clock noon. ‘
For further particulars and Condi-

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :-—
COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
16.4,50—10n















AT the office of the undersigned on
Friday the 21st instant at 2 p.m. at
Public competition;—

61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT

co. LIMITED.

97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN-

SURANCE CO; ;

43 shares in the WEST\INDIA RUM

REFINERY LTD.
500 shares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
PING & TRADING CO. LTD.
24 shares in the B’'DOS ICE CO., LTD.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
14.4, 50—6n.

FOR SALE
TANKS

_ .“The Board of Control, Atkinson Field offers for sale a
limited number of steel fuel storage tanks, at present located
at ATKINSON FIELD, BRITISH GUIANA. Capacities and
descriptions as follows:
a. All tanks are of welded steel construction.
b. Capacity Thickness







The undersigned will offer for Sale





at their Offices, No: 17, High Street, Size Shape
Bridgetown, on Friday the 2lst ‘day of Dia. Lgth
April 1950, at 2 p.m. “a oe ie Ts

A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- a * a” ae er hs
dos Mutual “Life Assurance Society, on 16,700 Imp. Gls. a” 10’ x 32 Cylindrical
the life of A.P. aged 71 years:— 20,800 ,, i 4, 10’ 6” x 39’ tue

Policy $ | >

Bonus to 1945 6, a

Present Surrender Value 11,197.00 Dia. Depth

COTTLE, CATFORT, & Cp 208,000 ,, a y” 60’ x 1 Round



niin 2 dat Tanks will be sold “where is” and “as is”,
All enquiries should be submitted to Chief Executive
Officer, Board of Control, Atkinson Field, British Guiana.

“STAUNTON”; and land thereto con-
taining approximately 15,678 square feet,
6th Avenue, Belleville.

The dwelling house which is a sub-
stantially erected stonewall building in
perfect condition comprises:—

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious cool veran-
dahs on two sides, large drawing and
dining rooms, Buttery, larder. room,
pantry, kitchen and servants’ room.

UPSTAIRS. 5 bedrooms, toilet
bath room,

There is a small lawn to the east of
the house, as well as spacious back yard
with lime and fruit trees planted

YARD. Large garage and washroom,

Electric light, water ond gas are in-
stalled throughout. Inspection by ap-
pointment with Mrs, Waite, tha owner,
Telephone 2553.

By publie auction on Friday the 3st
April 1950 at 2 p.m. at the office of the



and

WANTED



For Employment with the Pan-Ore
Steamship Co. Inc.

undersigned from whom further parti- 2
Bialeen ond conditions of sale may be ob- (Panamanian Flag)
tainec .

R. S. NICHOLLS & CO: a very limited number of .. .

151 & 152 Roebuck Street.



13.4. 40 bn a. |\) A B Seamen Wipers (Engine Room
Ordinary Seamen f Helpers)
“SUNSET VIEW"'—Rockley. (Adjoin- % Chief Cooks
ing BLUE WATERS), on the land side Bosuns

Second Cooks

of the road facing the Bay with 13,40?
Mess Room Boys

square feet of land including the lan”
across the road running to the water's
edge. The house contains verandah,
drawing and dining rooms, three Sed-
rooms with running water, and all othpr

Greasers

Apply in person with ship's discharge papers or testi-

monials stating experience, only men with experience in the
ates, Bhoctietty, ae ind’ Maile above categories will be considered.
installed. Garage and Servants rooms w Ape, fror: 4.00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on }
in_ yard. ednesday, Th ya ‘riday » 19th. § g 1 d}
Inspection, any day-—-Phone 8365. Mr. On a” Fhuraday - me 7 oo the = th, 20th and 21st. April. i
Bellamy . ss U © account must applications be made to our Broad }
The above will be set up to public Street Office. wy
competition at the office of the under- |
?

gned on Friday, the 2lst of April, 1950,
12 p.m



{

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.

& SEALY,

Lueas Street

CARRINGTON

}
21.3.50—13n.

CROWN GINGER ALE

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BETTER

No cost
Should
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|
| een
| SALE. f nal
| 199 AUSTIN HAMPSHIRE | TWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
| A-70 SALOON | Due
| AT THE COURTESY GARAG?
2.90 p.m. FRIDAY — ; _— From Leaves Barbados
| ee ’ S.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool 30tt
peed colmmmcted by the Ss. “RIVERCREST” London ‘ie eee 25th a
teooass ie awhich has been | ‘SS. “INTERPRETER Liverpool 15th April 28th Apr.
“aS So meee: | | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
| AUCTIONEERS Vessel For Closes in Barbad
S.S. “INDORE” London + a
| DEXON & BLADON [| SS “custopran» Liverpool 13th Abait



—— —



FOR SALE











PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES



|









IOs, JEWELLERY,
SWARE, TEAKWOOD
IVORY, ETC. The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
THANE BROS. cept Cargo and Pieenbeer ie
: Peminica, Antigua, Monstertat,
St. Nevis sailing 2ist April.

Stocks — Bonds — Shares The M.V. “Daerwood” will ac-

Wm. Hy. Street, Both Local and Foreign Str Latcla, St. Vincent. Grenada
Dial 3466. Bought and Sold ona Varn oe, etl Will Be
Se B.W.1. SCHOONER © » of
165 Roebuck patra
uck St., Bridgetown TL. wn

Dial 3188, -;-

Hours : 9-3





For further particulars apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents.





Canadian National Steamshi



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cower ven | DIXON & BLADON |
you desire to buy oi

(JOHN M. BLADON, A.F.S.,

Reai Estate Ager

"PHONE 4640




yA.)
-Auctioneers—Surveyors

PLANTATIONS BUILDING



CONSULT US
2n.

3

“Owing to the difficulty of tendering 18th Apri, 1950. HOUSE SPOTS Salis Sails Sail

3 7 ' Arrives Sails
for. the replacement of the Centon : SOUTHBOUND Montrea . oe
ih Fe Che without first rane. 19.4.50—1n. BUILDING SITES onire Halitax Boston Barbados Barbados

g the old one, now call for tenders KL |
for the removal of the main ceiling vf) — a: fecianiilatdiiibed ne || LADY NEL sli
thas Parish Clare: en Cea oF h UADY RODNEY 1th May ish May’ ann Sy | Ex ae. Bt Ae

Tenders will be received by me up to ss SSE, Cas or Easy Terms LADY NELSON 3ist May rd Jume Sth s an Tu sith May
May 6th OE xs LADY RODNEY 30th May 8rd July 5th July 14th "Suly ae aut

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tine from Jamaica on Thursday evening means that the Ken Trestrail who ha
West Indian Cricket party in England is now complete measles, and Frank Worrell
The preliminary net trials have been carried out at Lords present in Lancashire =
ae oe ; ‘ 4 : - with the party
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men are perhaps a shade over- THREE third div ; ate
IN CARLISLE BAY nfident were played yesterday and
The first week in London was were ke cor At ( -
a : t Sch. a hectic one. From the moment bermere re r ,
vi 3 k Se the team reached Waterloo from Combermere Old B ¢-
‘ S Southampton they were the centre feating them 5-1
Fra Ww. », Sch. of g great deal of interest and The Old B
Sch. Hazel Sec were kept fully occupied attend- to score more goal but
re Louise, Sx ing various functions arranged truly outplayed. Other matcne
} in their honour. were Fortress Y.M.P.(
1 : a Y “ Jeff Stollmeyer, Gerry Gomez, Y.M.P.C., Fortre won 2—1 At
me x le W » ° e . + ry ¢
ARRIVALS Mr. J M Kidney (Manager) Alan Carltor Y.M.C.A re witt
Sch. United Pig 5, 47 w «, Rae, Frankie Worrell and Ever- Everton
Capt. Ste f e 1 ,
ot on : Weekes are no strangers t& SR
3S. Alcoa Pointe } England. But for the remainder | P >
ea yates Peter net, England. But for the remainder RUSSIA DEFEATED
ee ta & Co., Lid tes alt = ines ht ; BUDAPEST, A ;
liad ; . 490 n I V gnts nary anc 4 4
a oe x satists Argentina é N
ve ( ( scored nly ctor
Fi instance, Sonny Ramadhin ‘ourtn el! ;
wine x r (Trinidad) who wandered off to Chess here
* DEFARTURES Go a spot of sight-seeing by him- Andrei né >
, ak Hes self, confessed after returning to Union, last night
bis hotel room that he was com Yajdorf alor >
Capt. pletely astounded at the volume players ‘ead now wh
‘ pf London's traffic and the con- half point eat Bloesaw
tinuous hustle and bustle that (U.S.S.R.) tied with 5Szal Hun-
Foc : fills the air. gary). Smilov played a draw ©
: } Marshall from Barbados Kers (U.S.S.R Reuter
f tne sungest members of
I pa oubted at first whetner Sy ;
A I like making the trip ree es :
® he ¢ : .
ver but his . tio ‘ . :
en Ke LADY 4 : : by M. Harrison- :
RODNEY ‘ quickly dispelled any do he $ y : . son-Gray :
FROM BRITISH GUIANA might } + Taavine. Mi : Jealer: East. .
7 ae is ight have had about leaving hi : Love all :
D « isiand . .
pan . N $
Robert rie The bedroom at the Kingsley : ; Hotel where they have made their § P9AKQI632 }
/KROM TRINIDAD eadquarter ould not by any & e373 a
rs oe largaret m tretch of the imagination be de 3 $Q 10 :
FROM GRENADA eee Pa ns : : : w gE :
Louise Hart Ferg ribed pacious. Most of the 3 10 86 9 :
FROM ST, VINCEN j : 3 6432 AQ5 i
; 8 , t players are sharing a room and : ¥vswsa4 :
Pobert K 0x 7 . . :
iy ; : here \ fair amount of con :@K @Q9652:
: se
Bugene 2} H the day f their arriva : eas &I7642 :
' t t t ' “1 : ~ :
ey attempted inpack $ 5.
Finally they hit upon ¢ @KI7 3
. ene SS 2 : 995 :
rlutic f one inpackin : @Al08s4 3
es :
il he other looked on at : #K958 3
$
n reversing the proce : When this deal occurred in $
: bbe bridge, there were §
’ 5 ee passes up to North
Don'ts * Normally his hand would be
: wo strong for a pre-emptive
I Ear spon the agenda was 4 § call, especially when not :
RINI ) tt} together meeting of the s vulnerable, but the positior
. vers called by Mr. Kidney. § (2 Sumerent 2 be & four 2
7 fans ° ; : : hand Three Hearts is now
' ay J : ! < speaking without amy trace ¢ s the only common-sense bid
c . ireat or dictatorship in his voice * Seuth bid Three No Trumps
: ; ee
\ G ue he told the team quite simply ©} #4) all passed
GH what the ld do. It sa : West led @4 to East
; ; ; 4 A vhat they could do, It say nucl 3 @A, and @Q was returned
Elleen Cento Edward Jones, fOr his qualities a manager § South could now afford the
i alt I 1 that his words were accepted in 3 pot y of ducking a round of §
B . ba at , . . the pirit in which they were es 0 di isi guar oe ta
Vr Als iven and that the player have $ trick | w ik: t slay :
‘ ( complied with his wishe : @Q could not
And that the prelimina 4 Uoee and: would ke
formalitic have been complete : ar r
. +e ; Wi the team are looking fo y Pp
‘ Be Griff i kere their t One of the layer ; "
. : .. ¢ hall be nameles has in
CA rmed John Goddard. that he
M vould like to play in every match
; It re ail to He Seén whether he
DEPARTURE B BW. I il irvive ich an ordeal, but his y ry h
; ea iction is typical of the entt The W eat er
Ruy of the whole tean TO-DAY
i ‘ iss Dx . vorried then
What Mix. D Rot fie werner nas worres i. Sun Rises; 5.49 a.m
‘ I for t first W ; :
Robi lightly and r wen . Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
A tob they re hard 1 t ‘ ;
st ae oe : hey we hard | ty Moon (First Quarter) April
H Bi McDavid eC BE varm, But they are 25
J Gih ACC limatise a aie Lighting: 6.30 p.m
‘ { me ;
| extremely unlikely d High Water: 3.58 a.m., 411
\ Stollmeyer, who normally walk p.m
; ‘ les around bareheaded will have t YESTERDAY
i i ‘ Y uu t he ’ t {
e the new hat he hi Rainfall (Codrington) nil
_ ~ Total for month to yester
‘ye day: .69 in
LA GUAT Barbados Friendly | temperature (Max. 85.0 |
R ? Temperature (Min.) 68.0 I
7 z ; ;
‘ K Football Association Wind Direction (9 am) FE
r ' AS ; :
M (3 pm.) E
rO-DAY'S FIXTURES Wind Velocity 13 miles per
k ' Westeners vs Maple at St. Le hour
De t ‘ € re Mr ) I sinh re Q?
Cast * Bis i F rs rom ; st Ma's Old B Barometer (9 © m 1.99
ka ' 1 A lege 3 tion at the Bay t (3 p.m.) 29.917
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PHILADELPHIA, April 18.

-vyn Wood, Australian and
pic Single Sculls Champion,
defend the Philadelphia gold}
hallenge Cup, emblematic of the
Championship, against
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: r sty Cni- ly re gen. Seen
lege pee Wood, who automatically be-
Divisi ; = m holder of the cup by Greys and Fawns
Que . ot , e Olympic Title, was
enged by Kelly, holder of
Foste I Henley Diamond Sculls, after} 1
war Colle ¢ Australian had agreed to €: }
r his tea a 3 si » to » United States. | ave i
‘ id Cecil W id » Cup Committee announced}
I Empire : or ths As for imports, there had been) that the ce would be held on} Sh h d
t ae a “serious worsening of the/the Sc ikill River in Septem- ep er Bb
At ’ terms of trade since devaluation. | ber 1
é They had moved ten points —Reuter. & Co Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street,
I é t against Britain between Septem- | . ”
ber 1349 and now |
} On the. inportat rood) MOTOR RACE ON
SUNDAY : sae aeneneniadaan
r " perer P : - " : “wre
1 N BRESCIA, April 18 ‘ CARPETS
b ort ‘ a Juan Manuel Fangio, Argen-| ¢ M i,
‘Colle¢ ’ Trace ace motor driver, who won! LUINOLEU
y » eae ru = 5 Pau — aon oe ae : Si : 9 ft. by TM, ft. and 10% ft. by 9 ft
r € c ACs } Prix onth, is one of tne
hn 0 hope ) conve in the Mille Miglia,| 8
: , I 1 erall de £70 million I motor race starting 3 Also
! irplus of about]},.0 on Sunday = 4
a 2 9U | : ne an "300 drivers ars | 3 LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6 ft wide
Foste ‘ ( soal - thi n dol-, expected to start in the race % All very reasonable in Price.
r College é F LOE ex rt le by Britain) The 1,000 miles course winds} ¥ —$—$——
vedi ( ( r , : - * ne mie eastward from here to the Adri-| mn uJ
ette mn ee oor atic coast, hugs the coastline to Establisheo 5 Ul.
‘ ' i ae meen 2 EG, Sues 7 — ay ig es cara, turns inland to Rome, 1860
T wduakn obi Gh Mace tall ih i ee 2 aan ae: = t ip the western seaboard 10 & 11 Roebuck Street
( =H a eee ye Pe eee eee Leghorn, then strikes out 7 7 eA Je
wate ees | earnings immediately D€-|injang through Pisa, Forence, OSE OC OCOBO SOOO BISSS S509O%
; Nprawee und back to Brescia. ;
ah PeareeT , ize money of 11,455,00) | ;osoouss APSF OF FI
; ’ ae be largest ever moto
© t | si é _| racing | ¥ A new economical decoration
vA ‘ | at ‘e i} —Reuter. ‘
W he 1 a egi! r ly 8 ;
4 We e t € tally | ie T ‘ ¢ :
e ( inadequate mpared to} IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS | for WALLS and EILINGS
t e€ e e-wal COAST STATION ’
: “The smallness of our reserves vith the ‘ ;
Si ¢ ¢ j much more than the unavoid- Barbados |
able degree of fluctuation in our . i
ere earnings is now oer real trouble. 9 h
C R We must build up those re- we, | Covers in one coat "i
1 serves in every way,” he declar- ens Mountain, SS.
Gibbs, Brazil, S.S tel Supplied in Powder form in many attractive col
I 4 one kes, S.S. Atlantic Producer, 5.8. Kel
St < ie’ de” Venezuela, 8.8. Ranghiid, WHITE, CREAM, BLUE, SUNSHINE, GREEN, BUFF,
1 S.S. Oregon City S.S. Bayano, S.S. |
wy % But she ¢ that the position | Rufina, $.S. Cape Trafalgar, S.S. Adelaide, . isi lL pints water wi
W nternational cur- |S. a rtugal, ga C : Made ready for use by mixing 2} pi r with §
ney was not jeopardisec é , 8.8. Temple In
seis pi sik) tpier -ieiehbilate Are ndsdy k, 85 Polytré powder.
| $.S. Mormac Hawk, S.S. Ath
Yodin Proccramme | Sterling
5 at 90c. per package ,
BAB. . Radio Progi amie Britain over the past two years Sib. packages per p g
WEDNESDAY APRIL 950 had graduall: extended the
The transferability of st g until to-
‘ d probably half vorid’s in- ,
Ex ig ternational trade and commerce 4 1 1.
ort ae | Serta ge, WILKINSON 560, If
c 0 only been achie’ iderable ’
Ar | cost to Britain
| Turning to the internal econo- i Phone 4456 Hardware D
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H ; would : . of water does its work fast —
Po * . a —_— pleasant, sparkling too! Not a
‘ oem ° OU. Eee laxative take it ANY time.
ne ce t ure of £410,000, -
3 ve | Alka-Seli |
\ M | Anth Eden, for the Opposi- a- eltzer |
Taik, | 40R, e Conservatives would
> p.m. | make ( rvations on the }
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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, APRIL is. lla Ccurib tfallwg R T REV. GEORGE WELD SJ %  Guiana arxl Barbaac* arrr. %  1crda> bv B W I A Irorr. B 15 du* to l*ave to-.i.. whCT* he will join ih* "LB-: •on" for Dominica H Fine Work ve*Terda" Guiana. F i i thaw & Co.. lora; "lerchants. Mr. Jordan has accepted an %  %  Ltd in George'""i" 1 and will be ;>• Ay in new aur%  %  For Month s Holiday M .'ordan have two small rtikrren. Tony and Janice .: at a later Ms them all i %  %  F Barbados as fu* \ Tran.ferred Here Staying Al Bathiheba M" : %  %  r< tum|i M I %  J Traffic Officer \ : First Time %  %  :.d M I day. M Arrived By Rodney" %  For Over Three Yean \1 I %  r i i St. Vincent Dalegata M | man Trinidadian Artist %  Water* guest Allan.i %  For Three Months l \ %  Bourht A House Here M R and Mrs Erroi : to Venezuela on Mo-.tay by B W.I A., where Mr I :.-fc Stores The.r Ixir dull school here at tn* rr i short i*ay in Veoczuela tbey hav ; .anned a three-month visit to th Mr Steele has recently bough'. Bonnie Dundee' a seai St Lawrence and when they an the D S they wiii nd a part of each year in their l oadoa home Mrs Planchant Flguerdo, Mrs ho has been in arbaudos since Fabruary will .* to Venezuela when the 'teele* %  rrrvc he'e from their US Lift. Mr Steele i* a keen turfite in 'enezuela A Case Full Of Prizes R ETURNING from BG yeatt'day with a case full of prizes on at the B.G Olympiad wii >a-P*rry COHO Tom DAKE EMPIRE 'Twelve o'clock High now Zorrow'i Black Whip %  Gaofg* -' Lirxi* STIRLING.lITTUflUI) MCDONALD OLVMPI4 "*(, Sho* Tb-d* 4 30 and lllpm SOth Ontury Ttm Double 'Babes on Broadway' The Secret Heart' waa Willv P1DGBHJN -CtaMdMfe COLBTBT III I OK Till h WIILY M V\ illKK : 'm now on. %  u.i^iii ii.is a i iiiins.iiiii %  : &f%  •% % %  %  MOIIK TO-DAY \ THIKSDAV *l ) I H.30 p.m. JOANNE DRi: A; RICHARD NORRIS "Obis'& Qfihh ifbAe" STARTING FRIDAY :|ST \ 30 LUCILLE BALL k WILLIAM il( U MISS i;ill\I I UOH KII IIMIIMI WF will appreciate your ORDERS for \\ \l I. IAD8AOI8— jri.LV I KVsl \i.S—MTKK 1A MILK_ %  U HOLASU PI INI I 11! TTKR— NKS'Il.l.s ('REMI — HTNI ARMS WISi: SH I I I lil-l III— Icilll|;_ I \n: \ mONO Mix I-I III I\G QDM—TTN8 ill'AKtl OATS — PALETHORI— Ml \ I I'.lil.IPALETBOtN M -M.KS—I'll! IIARI1S —UN I III! s| IAI1I.I BITTni —SARDIMS IN (HL John D. Taylor A Sans Ltd. LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE CJSTAL "LISTERALTERNATOR SETS 1.75 K.W. DIESEL DRIVI s Al II RNATORS J IK. 5 K.W. H.5 K.W. 1 K.W. a K.w. All complete with Swltrhboarib .n.l Aulum^Ui \oiue Reiul .loi COMPLETE RA.NGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCKI THE HXHItMHtS FOIMHtr Ltd. Rupert and the D ragon Pill s 22 1*' : .£ rf v. bj.. ..-o.v__ ^-^ :ril ^j,"1 -, don'i as-: %  %  ... tORW howldfr. SlUPDtSt M both ttetn H .79 .89 .99 1.17 YOU WANT KHAKI DRILL— EVANS AND WHITFIELDS HAVE IT — AT THE RIGHT PRICE Opening Every SturU> Morning 9.00—Cloiing 12.30 NOWS The Best Iffilifa. von. TTyf HOI si: \ lde rune ol ReJ Mixed PaintK And m*u-n.l supplied b> the loremosl miPMliiliirrn lo -rlc* I from. IB ikkee ou save the surface Van aeie t < I kW al our ll\ll\m I1U'\R1MIM IrUphoae No MM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. PHILIPS SUPER DELUXE TABLE MODEL • THE LAST WORD m RADIO MANUFACTURE provide* undluoeled reception, II is excellenl in tound eolume and hall control ol repcoducHon. anracliT* and attkutc in apptwrance with all lb* PHILIPS qualittee embodlxd. MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS.



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T" \\' > %  1 1 ii • > tl • y April l |38. Sarbauos #uuixcate Prire: IVE CENTS Year S3. BRITONS STILL MOST HIGHLY TAXED W.I. Earn $3,000,000 For Britain — Jh Three Months (From mir Correspondent). LONDON. Till UT.ST IMHKS .Hid I'.-lnmas played their pan in aaralni over three million dollar* for Britain in the >rsi ,„yniliN of this \4-ar. That was the Mini paid b> r j, an tourists let tWO rklilHon d>s erii si-s round the r.nl.'iean IM ,m lm, r "Muurelaiiiu" and Uvo shorter cruises tfhrttrteen days each. Russians Flee* Soviet Zone n( |i. April 18. flnvm* a '"'' B") .,-! night Into import %  '' Ml %  %  : the uniform <>i a first lieutenant I ulder inogua '( %  %  the Am%  Nuremthere at JJO P ID .,,!• % %  men were mm reported %  Bchwebeeti 10 pjfbioutl nj %  ' hour later Though ao official i on. tyn has I" :i ,n <" tWO in -.1 doubl they newhere In tne Anwtinir %  %  —Reuter Ports "' cell Included } Pi I ..f Span. Nl KJ nui Jj. c amount spent "i fares, which was over one 'in Liiu pounds. Amehron tounsu 0 ipenl about E30.n00 at .*,ie %  %  %  -. shops and showcases. Ph • %  •Maurrljata" returnerl tc ktt go into dry dock before ret %  relce Her -I'.'.nu described the cruise proI'l.iininiM .i big -uceess. Cxinard B .nderstood |UeU> pleased with the venture and provisional pfcBfi I -ed to be drawn ui shortly ior a further serin ol cruises early nexv yea THIS is a panoramic view of the m terminal building at Seawell In the foreground of SO feet and from thp centra Monasteries IK Woman Agent ShelteredSpies To Live in Nevis j AudMurderers SAYS PRAGUE RADIO Has Bought Coconut Plantation I Truman Refuses Brace's Resigdation WASHINGTON, April :8 % % %  , i to KCtpt Jamr* Bruce, '•< % % % %  oi the Unite Stales AM was oitu-iaii) announced to-d There had been reporti thin the i to lake : orer as Ambassadoi m London %  ben Mr. Lewis Dough rt for heall Today the President's Secrei slay at utel). 1 ri Bruce wafted to return in private life now ihit In i set ip an or%  MaitJ American nillitan supplies uvtl ir,. — Renter '"Wi> Our I'tndoti Co mportdrta > LONDON, A wartime British -ecret agent. Mrs. Mary Arrigo. leaves England life in the Weal hulas She has bought a I i'.i HI m UH .bland of Nevis In Ibe Leewardi Her in. tentiun is to establish a cottage I COtonj on the island. For this purUj been buyon; 'urnituic m Ixmdon. lain Arrtsjo who hi M verioi rle-oi.iioi and 11 Malta In i this ver I ie,4M damasjss 11 %  fed ii i .iiGriffiths Hopes ToMsii \\ eat Indies ',."' 18. i> James he hope,! i eon* ih> touring w. t Indies i yet had IN ttWttVst • p ,;i\ linn lin Pain %  ope to do -Kculer. ft* injuries Following the accident .she tlew to the Weal Indlea and bought the plantation and a houat which had lx'loriKcraKue radio tonight said that of Roman catholic monastic orders in Czechoslovakia would be assembled in a number iteriea. where ttu-> would devote iti' theU religious Monasteries which UN evacuated, the statfn %  would in future be used by the Government sponsored CethoMt Welfare Organisation In The official statement did not apeetfj "hnii or now mam menmild in"i were basnaj evacuated nor how man> monks had been removed to other mona.-ieiirs. The rtatement tald it has beet i proved at the recent trial of monastic priests that monasteries were battif] shelter hostile agents, Anhguai Portworkers On Stnke "•'"• %  a" v -iTrrmtni—0 The s ieti Bry%  Jfnloadin,; ,,, ,i *h-i( .,;. i d wlihin Rv cable i %  re Only three other white) spies and even murderer: according! In some monasteries weapons hotel %  rvanl problem is. huwevei i Mrs. Arrlfo'i ten year old daughter Who is at MhOOl In Kent pond her summer holihei mother There is a ttircc-t|uarler-nule beach on the plantation on which aba < ; a !?-<: i from Le Havre to Kingston wjtli SOUihanuMon, England: Visro, Portugal; Martinkiue, Guadeloupe, Baihedoa. TrinJ Guaira, ;"i CM UUUa i K I foi completion K Brew late in I0. r tl, will have a capacity %  . as H D !• SPORTS WINDOW w %  nina Notrr Daim %  4 Jlld an and secret broadcasting were discovered and many monBffVed as bases foi espionage and dUBfUptlvt tics. in order '<<• stop th) a.tivity at the Cefhuuc' Onlers. measures have teen taken which will brln| then Orders back to I religious mission. 'It has lieen establish, their o %  people who did not work andlthc *6 deputies iep i mostly i incltinR the population. ,.,,,, TIU empU inoneatery bu-ld-| Tliv fl)( mgs will connni %  we incorpora ti on ol \ I needs of the catholic (hariia| exin-eted to be made when these and social and health purposes. %  Some Will be turned into huts ol which people living nearby are MI short" —Reuter. Graziani Collaborated To Sate Italy ROME. April 18. :. Graziani former chief %  [ Muspollni'i armed forces, today tuld a mill tax) tribunal tfyini bta here ollaboration wtih the Germans was runssar>* to %  *ii end lile of Italy". -' Impassiv.l, the Kx-Marshal listened tO the pTOOCCUtlOB that it was Uirough vault) ma; he accepted the poat ot Wai Ml i. then HeQiurch PedepraHiaa Want* Details 0/ Deposed Lutheran Bishop M.ril 18. Church World iSEi, haS ••Wed telegram to tru -' the rlurunrlen Lutor n?n 5 urc h '" Budapest asking r full detail, regarding the anLajoa —Renter. Bgypl Will Gal t|| -, From Rnwia public I h. .,:,,,. that Graianil i huilt i" prime cause, it not the only %  caused so much bit. id ao Bow in the streets and squares < i it.ii'-" he added. The Ex-Marshal was farng •ihe last indictment in hk m with .. „ns Judgment was eaay,. Defence counsel p'eaded that Oormani Gener i. %  to use tceapt pa -Realer 70-Yr. GUI Has 36 Children WANTS MORE AMIENS. Northern I April i Paul Di ''1,0' ., bt %  f aaventles, today ward In the town birth regtstei i oAVa t> have the birth of his 36th child "II Is m.i finished he **ld whrn he left the registry ofrler. I hope U do better neal time." Denude was married twice and had 24 children bj hii Aral wife His second who 26 years gave nun U I beautiful two-o-old rJii H< has 29 grand-children —Reuter. Nutioiiulisls Smush Commuiiisl Invasion HONG KON<;. April 18. Chiang Kai Shek's NnlionalisU •laimed to-day to have smashed i, b) Communisi (iov•rnment troops of Hainan island south coast ot China. But pro-Communist i her reported that General Lin Pio's army was extending beacheads won in yesterdays landings on the Nationalist held island. Hong Kong miliUl were incli;-. ">c Comtuy,nist va A Nationalist communique admitted that 8.000 Communists landed and pushed inland. Nationalist counter-attacks were have killed 4.000 cap-' tured WO and the rema %  mttl -his Bfternoon i surrender oi be 'annihilated." the Com—Reuter. SEAWELL URPORT IS IIIVE OF INDUSTR) DULL thud ed rock being blasted thi noisj whirr %  : ushing machine, only parl cl-md of wtutc dust Crozii the stone, and the uneven roai ol the engines .t buaj bull-doaers, cateipillan and carryai's turned SeetweiJ Into i verlt terday feat run%  %  %  %  %  lew n i preparaUon it is planned that tl %  • the new %  %  ii Wilson %  %  that the reason tot II inning up that tune U hiniiei* rate ol • i Safety Meaaisu'ea %  the ret %  %  %  %  %  i %  I %  -n thai || ihorl of %  trip i % %  %  Id In additl the runwaj adll •bat a plai run "i! %  control A nib. Pa lest inn And Jordan Will Bv One LONDON. April 18. ma] Incorpor a tion %  dorn Of J londay at %  nt m Aminan. it wa %  %  i MM new Parliament —Keuier. Ihi U.S. Replies To Moscow Or Shooting Charge WASHING10N. April 1^ The United States Wg8 'M".' : iniiiiy tode) Meacov i bornbei ined on Bon ptenea over Laovia on pril H ..ennint Of the I:H ident u.is m. % % %  Uverj lui uig (he o... Soviet ron close to the Slate 1). Mate 1.' might also be made public said a tent TTu1 rag cabled t<> ibe Ainerlniaht 'it had been held up nearly a week to permit what LvparUneng called a "calm and thorough appraisal ot the fat.s" Keuter Heavily In Debt: Tried To kilt Wife And Children With Love Bomb" Los ANOKLB8 tprtl 18. %  % %  by a %  i i i among '.t> sliou'c.l Dee ( let that plantUkr off. I ju| put a bag In il. fall ol fuulntr Mis hmii -iiiie.l %  baagage iMitdler, WSM drwpprd id\rr> lias. It rxplodnl ind rhUBSM Maird aaaajeaeg his ryeluU and hair <;rant h i \im rl t: to Miss %  h.onvi i i lle.iili .it he was i and hud just bought 25.IHM) Ot i. the livs* of his ate aid dtughtf a old son %  I wanted t • ud it this ana the only way I knew." ewardess. %  %  love with Grant whom —auMler Cripps £4,000 M. Budget Gives Vo Remissions BEER WttA BE STRONGER LONDON, April 18 ^ CROWDED, tense Parliament to day heard Sir Stafford Cripps, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduce his budget proposals, on I which the fate of the Labour Government may hang. Opfuiiiig with ;i review <>t the nation 'H 'couomir! position, the Chancellor staid thai democratic planning waa "absolutely vital*' to the contin uanoe i deixioeratic freedorn in the world "l>tir atsn is to treate .i happy cuunlr\ in which then is an co.Malit\ el nppurltinit>. not too BJfeett I ol personal incomes ;md in which e\er> nuiu and woman i :m feel thai tlic\ aie v\.tilled ainl IKIM| lull p:irl to pfaiyi lie said The t'lumcllor tie* hired ihiil his uearlv G 1.01 lllllon hitdgct allowed no beSM ior mnhsimi ol mtiCM OSI lint oils—already thimost hi^hlx taxed people in the WOsW But lit' Bltgjhtl) lid be ai\ inqu %  Although 'he • %  : %  oeer will he |n> 11 I %  %  %  %  '! % %  ... 'as 1 yeai %  %  would nev< i %  %  win be M pei • i •anta — P etrol %  %  %  U7l.lMMi.unH Si i I I %  %  With onld %  i i RUSSIAN MINISTER SACKED LONDON. April 18 The Soviet Minister for the La and Tractor Industry. S. A. Akopov has been relieved of %  -.. Moscow Kami, n.irly today He will be ad by Grigori Sergeyevich Khlsmuv. the radio said. i %  %  %  • eg bet i. in line On this point Mi A. ii.g wind %  ihi i. wa %  %  Ahuli %  tons nf stone in one hour. i had supem erection at Aimnson Field in British Guiana in IMS. pg towards the sea for drainage since it is not consider... %  reel anj alaborata system ot that might result in a flooding of the runway Bomb Was Planted III IManr "s \\ ashrtHMii rll IS, %  a dam i ra Viking is caused %  %  % %  %  ,,,;• lui n A as . .. %  cotland i ind to the %  %  Iginltc mixture %  • i thp ?8 %  %  %  i British to h. but 'be in%  %  i Kralrr would be doubted Hut the tea n peti rOUld ...i-m patrol %  ise tax on I from 08 and two-thirdi pet cent o SI and one-Uurd pel cent The ci %  %  : i %  vehicles, lo %  %  %  in the low %  %  . I %  i %  t< %  reapei Uv< %  nine shlllli %  %  ... %  i paid %  %  lag tl %  i laat On the ML. %  some cases of low can %  %  %  %  %  %  • on lago a. Hwe** r///y /A/' 6/ */<>//// {fa %  TWO KILLED THUS •. %  I Italian ne%  %  QDYAL ENGAGEMENT %  on of The newspopen; i %  ,. dead and an ihed_ton RUSSIA MUST NOT BE AS STRONG AS U.S.A. PLUS N. ATLANTIC WASHINGTON. April 18 NBRAL OMAR BRADLB1 i United Utff, warned to-mghl -me if Ruaslg equalllna the miUtg %  he said. .nerable" %  in the next few years. :> %  leader, speaking %  i greatest danger period %  %  and the I ything strength and unity .; Id not guarantee ''. wieak nti.^ I a United States, destined to do a lot of damage in one blow, that our %  air, sea and land forces would n %  trying an) "Nerve GM M Will Sap I iglilinji Spirit DETROIT, April It, America and probably Hussia is developing a i> would lap .il to light General Antony Macau, of the American Aim) Corps disclosed here. Many 0 aj mill %  %  chemical warfare are being exploited by Russia, he told the Anaaricen oeiety. • It must be assum'd. therelore. that we are no) %  %  dTen [va arve gas Macauiiffe. defendei ol '.lastognt in the 1944 Ard* said the Chemical Corps Iwlicvr that the weapons now being developed by ii.reduce a potent ia. resist at thi cost "and % % %  K ruler. Haiti Pays Homage To Pope Pi or. VATICAN CITY. A| the Holy %  %  %  Timcaeat* Balgsari. tsuaefesN %  granting U i brotherhgod E aeSar. m "i"i BSBM < hni ,,,. ,„ r/,, (ion %  awl .,i.* ,.niiiiii.uaem |#je K,,n,'ii. itt>tliit%K eon /.. murr 1/1 k, ,4nff lum, ii. Inuring lli, hatlmurk oj It, BMMM A Met OU II-IKI -/... (. 'itiaTan i waWnoaii the best ice* ess)



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ir V I-|I.V. APRHI"'930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE 0.000 People I Bathed At fl eV Orleans — iHt PEOPLE have ail's* M* ""'"" Public 'SS.-e'rs it ihi* bath can be 1 • I n^olf. %  " football ifiLSTaunni tha cvenmg KKS at mght. benellt. tSLulSof houses 12 showers *jsi.mr.ei It open, at 6.00 '"ft s the only public bath k J%id that remains open %  MO P m _, WEST INDIAN KnltUm %  I at Coleridge Street will if, the arrival ol 17 more Kf machinery Is awaited. Er MM needles can be seen E, m the Knitting rwpart*7a MillThere needle, are £2imn 13 knitting maSrJuch produce many bolts Ej,ond floor they are 14 S, Tjchines-vano.is shapes. 5* !" manned by alma, girl f!U do the packing and Sung The articles proIhis floor are gents' and underwear, men _. Many ol the girls are %  JltD t learning to operate the EL ""0 "">' arc lakc on at u be taught fcKarp. ho is in charge L. swelling, drying and dye*nrr.cnt. told the "AdiroHZerday that when the Mill yjited it will fin? cm ?i oy n over 200 and ot these It 1M ..I he girls. He pointed IBSO-P I the girls employee Knowledge of dressM ulule others do not ,B Bernstein ol the Knitting .went, said thai he is busy BU designs lor men s mm^He has already produced aiflcrent designs. When Mttaury arrive, he expects Int. even more. %  .Bernstein said that the deiftjt he is nc .. %  creating were r lam before—not even in ItA. He pointed out thai his I the L'S A. was creating rlen tee knittinn section and kt hid created his design the b Mills followed. I1L MASSIAH performed an iulopsy 'on the body of rM Beckles ol Blades Hill, St. %  MlOOpm. on Mol guest is flxed for 11.00 a.m. orrow. % %  was found u: brie/ Vale. SI. Philip in un %  ckms condition. He was I la the General Hospital and few hours latei N on Monday. \tuni:NT occurred at : |ner of McGregOl and Itroau between motor 1 by Jerome Car PAGE FIVE 'Silwta^^^ lu s? 1 ^ss ss "* G i d co s, • sie a L !" *•"••*• •• In the picture Colonial PnU !" !" <•">. Police procedure at the Hen ..,.ge. at the Police Colfese '" e 1 -T m rac, !" ! Si Attwood St. Peter Cycle Death Lewis Resigns Inquiry Adjourned Development THE INQUIRY into the death of George H Diamond Corner. St. Peter was adjourned until I yesterday by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coronet of District "A" ,, G eo r ge Boyce died on Sunday, April 16 al Hospital from injuries he received when he was i in a bicycle accident on Church Street St %  >,.-,, „ n Saturday, April 15 about 5.50 p.m. Unemployment In Jamaica h Big Problem ORE FLOI/R ARRIVES pointer" it Barbados from Halifax . it discharged 1,365 %  flow and 1,0)1 k PURL Bull. * ve ; t,i la, evening lor %  JM Mers DaCosta ao., are ... ale And Wills V H ONE oi the chief problems confronting .1.. Iliv u me question of unemployment and the House of Represen BcltiriK busy recently tucklm* the tt C H ">. luFederation of Civil Service Associate >' bean area told the "Advocate' %  •l'Stt.''),l. Mi Dtckeon WM MI .inv.il reeantq Iron Jamaica tot Service Conference and t "The Rtok", St. James. He .said that they had .housand1 unemployed and up b ('.oveinineiil had not IKF evolve any .scheme other than iy M3IH,. temporary one to overcome the nKtc< of jdifllciiltv. Land. SpOOner'fl Hill. St.' The entire House of Rei %  L and a bicycle ridden by < lives had ,; „ito a vSeile of Bank Ifnll Cross Committee to consider pll put forward tional Party for Ui evil. They only had I m—flnp. but nothing definite had i The Party was however definite that thi be able to come to Mint 'Aiiich would have tha advantiuja of curing the evil. front wheel ol thi bicycle cum,. HBALL is now a daily game I the Princess Alice PlayUd. Since ihe grounds were ". lew ni i there, bir.' now Un %  n on ho he playing field 1 HO o'clock every mortoottali is m full wing on Itunds by the pork, drugs and Lyle Co. • Undon Con !" poilrni LORDON .ti, %  '''' Tl ''"' .. |.i iv..ua a i-ipital of £loo to e. aisist or take e flevelupmem. i-xten"rr.vinii „„ ,|„ %  fattr,. i„, nu i wgar and un; "• maiiulaclvir. r [" %  STf"?*' oml?r 8M 'rom !" %  >'< %  hiving-olT. It %  ""* %  •' %  u-iiii.iiv ,,t Tato : 18. — B.U.P. I*' Bonus For ^Su K arW orkera £* Production bonu." %  "*" or leer, haaend| 5"JP'hg-Parar > „ s strikeif or !" -* , 'ooW.rr.en to, the amj-^"' Worker.' Union %  K.'"" minimum bonus %  all.1. Union Jj*sOnTodav ELITTi "" ie rlL prn M v -' :.ep.m. Qee,t p^ thr A CoinniisMinH-r In Jamaica. Mr. Db I that they had a CoinintSMonci (nun .'., i. rho nakle > i %  Service. That report h,.ti been ptibll not yet Implen rnment, but the live HI its %  %  Her footing. On account of the high %  lenerallj eccepted to be too low and while the Hepoi't of the Comi o far enough. yet it was tclt that ii would be a step in the lifh would leave room for (UI provements M UttU pM • iT*| tourist NMon, Mi Dk had been a particularly good one and added that a large amount of 1 dollars had been left in the colony j by the thousands of tourists who i came down during the noteli. bu % %  %  ; had also %  influx u| visitors. Rum Goes To Bermuda Dr. W. Ki formed the pott mortmi irrUned the bodj of en u Qeorge Boyce, Hi There wore mai; :he head and %  with clots was noticed. The brain was damaged and to the skull con at the back of the head and coi tinuina: lo the rront Both lungs %  normal The liver was pal mal. In I %  fhage.' %  %  iboul B.40 pjn h> i. Church Sti Peter. (1;!it occ u r r ed be/ UN inchei Iron gutter pointing In the country. He showed him blood %  from thileft gutter on —Tha FatherDiamond ( Has his ,. 15 about 5 p.m. when he left his About 7 pan daj be taw bun ;it ti.' n an unconscious state. naming he went to th? hospital and saw his D> lying in the Hospital where he Identified it to Di Ken Selvm Oilk->s said on April IS about 5.48 p.m. ha wards th< %  %  heed him "what tha nl both fell toll %  After Boyce fell he conscious, havim: %  road. The other rider uhom hr recocnlted A% Sonn> i.nit received a rut over hit risht eye. Wtt* U* help of i.lIn-r> he helped to lif l ejee hreai the ireead bile i eai which took him to Hr Clarke but itr. Clarke a^ n.t ,>i beam tail the> at onri* loi)k him ti thr (general Hospital. Ait. i he left U %  % %  tatlon and than went m re thi ant occurred with Sgt. Con ,. luni Three Cyclbll Council Post lur Lewis, brother of of Hon'lile Alan Lewis, member ol Council of St. Lined his appointment to the Colonial Economic undL who is i professor at Manchester University, wrote in the Manchester Ouordita of March 16: %  "Socialist" in the to he dishonest pre a alrn the report; rendering to South African policies, which : %  Rlltlni to the 400.000.000 colil thV Empire : to mark my disgust. 1 %  B jtrmji LEWIS, %  %  TheCampbeUs Leave In May HON-BLE P r O.B.B., Acting Colontal Secre%  to be in %  "nt to Tanganj up hii dutiei as Ai lonj i will lxleaving May 13 ... and will %  d to take cross a few das ut if time perhoped to 1" call on the Department ol transnk them the Lnvaluabli %  I %  struct'i %  h ill, he was huping thai %  I %  i watchlnj bvhlle In ties of nlola*se^ lm Hallfax. Bermuda and Toronto, rum i] cargo for St. Lucia, left the by S.S. "Lady Id ThiRodney" arrived earl> during the day from British Guiana via Trinidad, bringing M|boranBoyceeeh'ridlni i passengers and | few package nf going In % %  n Hill st /alkmg on Church So 15 and when she reached Mr. Jordan's hou %  ide of the road she saw Selvm Q rgo nun BrlUsfa Ouiani shampoo, pat* from Trinidad par, while fron peas and fre*h fruit wren The "Rodney" is coi Uaasi Ltd % %  Ut'i.W a, 7" ; am. ; 5 Bin Fuel Here of charcoal, copra, cocoanuti and ITI St. Lucia yesterday by i;iini 8 '' From Trinidac. Install 40 tons of coal in bulk and household efl hooneri are to the Schooner Owners' Association. WITH AN BATTERY ..... % %  %  %  ; Hie Of th, %  %  1 cams %  !'. %  : %  %  %  said on April 15 about %  ln| up the same road riding i of them %  the right. The ri-a %  %  %  A New School Geometry vd. i IK A.I..J. i .IIIUM-IIO To all interested lo lind a written by a West I;: West Indian ex..: the difficulties of West Indians taken into account. •macho has i i earful In his task. Hi produced a logical nq troQucing the subject infoirnall) and passing on to a formal pres*ntation In keeping with modern ideas, he has reduced the number Of esseir.i.! stressed the practical side, with an m construction wisely not separated thi and theoretical ri them into a harmonion The book has with eaaanl m dark print Plentj %  %  bold diacj. marked. A reature of the book is ;he numbei of worketudent. The hints give. show an understanding of the points which cause a schoolbo> difficulty. I imagine it would he a particularly useful book. Vol. I. Consists of th i'.irt i ki sn Informal by draw and 3 n formal approach leading to and Pythagoras. Certain rmaU criticisms occur to me. The boo introduce the subject To mv mind however, the rapidly. Chapter 2 In partlcuhu introduces a gp without much i i proach of ports 2 and 3 could calculations to icisms could be .: on a l,ok such as Unrolls reci nm %  could well %  •. %  %  : %  1 that when tWO 1 %  %  %  % %  '. %  %  Pyihagni. UM ion* "iild relegate the i the True, will be included in V. %  i .•red In Vol 2 and I ;. %  vonum I C QUBR] i Puisne Judge For Windwards And Leewards % Yon. Our lamttan Cttravondtni LONDON. Mi. W'lham Adrian Date. Chief Windward Islands, lias been made a Puisne Judge of tha Court of the Windward ward Islands. His apwaa announced by the Secretary of State for the Colonies .-ek. v was born in 1908 in e.renada. He was educated at Grenada Boys' School and Lodge School. Barbados. Called to the it.it it the Middle Temple In 1930, he was in private practice in Grenada and at St Vincent liefore being appointed as a Magistrate, sub-Collector and District Officer in St Lucia In 1833. In 1939. he noted to be Crown At%  Vincent and was trans%  Uimalca as Legal Draftsman in 1944. He took un his present post in 1947 Lnemploytnent figure Rwluced In B.H. %  Urbadoa AdvocaU Uoirwpoi-lfnt BELIZE. April 17 Hon. Johnny Smith. Paoplai Committee leader, who led the light against the devaluation of the British Honduras dollar early this year seconded, a resolution by Hon. Wilson |(C Milhan grateful Appreciation of the I.e. icil to the* British Government for helping British Honduras m its immediate needs and allowing the colony 25.000 tons of sugar. Uon %  Governor RonaLd Qnrvwj itatad that the unemployment colony was reduced to 1.599. The emergency *ict dciarod on -till enforcable though anti-devaluation unreal MT i month) but rmed report stated that klUva Council may lift the ban on the publh Learn from the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, 'DETTOL' THI MODIIN ANIISIMIC Dmiormr . .Va-pn'MM Dtun'l Pmm . Ojtml \t*m •J JIINI Rrrriveti A LOVELY J ASSORTMENT OF EASTER EGGS C CAS1T0N BROWN! WliolosoW & Rated Druqgial 136 Ro.bi.ck Si. Dial 2813 eVW Fresh for your Pets ! PURINA DOG CHOW FIR1NA RABBIT CHOW n Jjor Jonet & Co, Ud. Distributor*. Airfield For Jamaica Filmland HOLLYWOOD. Kingswa ennounI Ihrwood tnat they havn i U s air iMise in Jamaica, for rtlm prooucuon and will ba | there on June 1. %  % % %  i. Kmgswood's llanaaar, said that the agreemenl glvaa Klngawood uaa of equlpn i sveral bun* %  ins of pounds— including bousing .itmmmodatIon basO) which cu\ 700 acres. Arrangements have been made with Ragle-Lion for work on 12 nima In Jnmaica —B.r P COOLING & KEFRESHIMG c. I IN Oil Director From Trinidad of TrimLtd Mi itutf Mn MUITBJ od Dl Mans Kug%  I tt, a Petroleuin .ii arrive tnu % % % % %  II from Trim%  negotlati ernment for a In oil here. TALKS END IN HAVANA HAVANA. April 18. an Agricultural t i log yesterday, adopted a %  iing the orgai i undertake to stuctj furthering the ertabush%  d that all Houafng %  latlon to .. %  i %  % % %  In k the rear %  e ground. He r;' inscioui man a* %  %  %  %  %  ttotbej %  Ident. ematnber if thei %  i road uhen the accident <-< Uld not YOU GIT INSTANT STARTING AND LONG LIF: MMMMMf la 1 HIIH f 01 a I mm MODERN Wardrobes Dressing Tables Dining Tables Morris Chairs Tables to order Complete Suites MM >I.MI.-I -.ni YOUR THEME FOR GRACIOUS LIVING YOUR CHOICE IN FINE FURNITURE ivlnl 111 meel your needs us practical, vet reallv you'll want modern! You'll love the eleijantl.ve a really election ol mtemporary pieces and suites . . • furniture (rorn ex|>eri makers in Intcrattlng woods and textures (or you to mix with traditional pMeci or use exclusivelv. Come in to-dav and see ilus inpiring collection!


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Ni -,I) \V U'llll. 111. 195U World Sugar Market Dull NDON. .. .3. 'lit. that thmi:SS 5* .".U00 ton* BARBADOS ADVOCATE ore than 73,000 to 80,000 tons There had .he would UMI %  *. n.000 but Indi) from severe dollar Ik %  has m pu toi CUl i-i cancelled U £e Co-opfr..iu>n Admi Jluld not recognise n as qualify %  "* „kj i -n cancelKy -It is understood !3nt at Sopted in the procun thought [n some quarters in New YerK that this sugar Will ulttareo bv MPTD or at anv rate in smaller : Ihrouch normal U to—d 1919 Referring !o \ production IbJ Ciarmkov. .'ever may far the true pictu me estimate ll u itood B paign, the .uHjWtion that the crop might raetfbly %  nable quantity caused the mar%  It is pointed oul lerial improvement in European WCICORM ;s a tree and if the bMl crop In tht U S A were to ( r dl trlbutton— dm this year n llfty—vVw'd rob Cuba of ttM tlat which it would %  to come— i long tons of cane compared with 4.700.000 tons f limelight. And he is WK*T ROW: ChtircMlov, AttlMMy, B*vtntn. Mocrtsoyan. Bvm*y. SMaweMn' BACK ROW: Wooltonln, Edenov, Siracfty>*d. BvStcmi. Brendan BracKnshy AttleeHasNoTime For Fiction By DAWD TEMPLE ROBERTS LONDON. SINCE LABOUR won thtr election by a narrow margin new figures are being thrown to the top. On Clem AttUv we will have to reserve judgment again. With %  quip the ay he put himself in the little band of great but dry wits. luestlon by the famous some past blunders. •Sir WaJdron Smithers. wnether he would read a book -milieu "Socialism in Britain is destroyin^ Freedom in Britain" the Inme answered that he had little tune to devote to works of Uid his perform:.: plaining away smoothly why his Government would not resign whan defeated was as good as anything Churchill could do in quick and graceful manoeuvre. Herbert Morrison is the man in charge. Each day shows there is no doubt of that. His political protege, Maurice Webb, (the new Minister of Food) is stealing tons "of B i i\ W.I. Workers Will BV Barred From Some I .S. States YORK. oan Britlean this Spring apu Summer and give %  other U.s follow The ban ken up i-i %  work, O workers %  A larc-' labour ui Showing a sympathetic personality. Webb, (or instance, had a %  Ceienca this weeK. His answers wore courteous and (puck wilted, designed to appeal to those who prefer to talk about what people cat rather 1 I'.ehaii mystery shrowdad In the language of gobbled! gOOk. Webb, for instance, was asked whether eggs would remain i He answered that it depended on the hens. A previous and more pompous Food Minister would probably have murmured I about his department instituting Invaatlfatloaa at the source of supply which could not yet be evaluated. Britain has too ionn from the uniform manufacture of and unappetising sausage—necessary in wartime, but why now? Webb has promised that he will Ho something to improve I ajje. When asked how this plan he replied '.hat. in the UI In the %  from fllntlUtes are 26, intent such mi| %  Hew Jersey i ha British %  Now Puerto will fulfil l that pays —B.U.P. .! %  % % %  who micas to win the making the people pier this summer Aua%  : ra—-but it will be organised differently in such a way that it does not hamper the dmaj every ttlll %  '.iic cheerful. II r to d f being happier under hard ii.h spot; Herbert is happy and inti The Bijf Shot Ernest Bevm is no longer tinpower he was. Ills health has failed him. (Reporters burrleo recently to the Council of Europe meeting on hearing a rumour that Benin was seriously ill). But not only his health is failing him. He is dogged by a failure to know what to do next. Bcvin can twin; to some successes: he %  a part of the credit for the Marital] Plan; he can claim that DC founded the Atlantic reaching an alliance wi %  more than three years ago. He would rather not look at the hopeless tangle of affairs in the Middle East—where Britain's situation looked so favourable when he came to the Foreign Office Farther afield, in Asia, his reputation rests on the achievements yet fo come of the Colombo Conference. (There have been authoritative reports recently that this meeting meant much more, and "acTiieved greater things, behind closed doors, than were reported at the time). But Ernie does not know what to do now. When he came to the Forala? Office, taking over after Anthony Eden's long Secretaryship. Britain stood among the three great powers of the world. Now a policy has to be formulated on a different basis. He Is surrounded bv critic?—who also grant him a certain respect. Every where (peculation turns on who will succeed Bevin. An-' who will it be? Aneurin Bev.tn is a claimant |0 the Fornr.n I %  : election the r.real Welshman nsti been under a cloud. But it will take more than a cloud to damp his ardour. Make no mill Aneurin. much caricatured, and despite his angry tongue, is a greet and powerful fin %  %  to rant and hate from ceAbobs, But Sevan u otv Of the political la* who has to be reckoned with Those who kDOe quick imagination. Hi tainlv an "out and ouf* socialist But that does not one track mind He is quick to turn his hand to the task tha is to retrieve tough and risky As this issue has been completely sold, this advertisement appears for records purposes only CALGARY POWER COMPANY LTD. 4i% PREFERED STOCK PRICE 101 ROYAL SECURITIES CORP. LTD. ESTABLISHED 1903 A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BDOS) LTDBARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS i \ .tiii i iv.cn'. 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April 18 : ist and non-Communist Trade Unions in Brest called .t _'4 hour general strike to-day to Killed in a clash linlst •iemrmstrators and p were m hospital to-day. jureti. Police >md the. %  eked Out from the na. ft Works where police stormed ordered by the al Confedl-ibour to "repori for work" again today. At a meeting of 300 o4 men locked out leal mutual factory leader said "*' must recapture our factory E\ cr> body must be at the factory gales %  The right-wing rSKUceJ paper Aarore to-day blamed the! Communist Party for the BraM riots, but the non-Communisl Union Force tu\Tier and the Christian Workers Confederation last night joined the strike movement. The left-wing Franc-Tireur said "what the Commu was not able to achieve, brutal The I'ommunisi Party secretariat has protested against police shooting in Brest and called on Frenchmen to "light hand in hand for a Government of ". for the people." Marseilles docJatra, belonging; to Always Handy-Easy to Use! Carry it with you vrnient r-r-nthing stuffy m K ifrhandy Vldka Inhaler! I -' r-vnsil. but |cked lull o! I klmedM-alK'f •ver hOO.000 ions ol COt* t a meeting to-dav irert —Re'iter HltOAINVW SELECTION NTUNnl IVOOaTJNOI ILM pat i^ir ail Btafiaa PLASTIC 36' wlr> in V i i m,ni .v Pink If*, per yd BOY! PI v lit' BBLTB awlM BIIIW Me. too VELVET RIBBON m Bad, Black Navj sad (ireen BBADTMADl BPOB1 Wi IB FOB I WDlBt IT TBS 1NIOAIIWAV DOBSS SHOP. Jamaica To Gel Soil Lectures sii Harold Chief Conservator of f %  ind recentl) of V pared with a pre-war avenue for GerS4.000 tons) is still i i..rds and er *>f .shortage en irttet WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. 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PAC.F ll'.IIT RIRBADOS \DVOCATF. WEDNESDAY, \PRH. 19, rg, .T6<3AMBOL<3 ( %  V Mj !og= Britons Still Most lliglil> Taxetl /\ TERSCHOOL CRICKET 18 .od in al 1 Rober: -apparel elaim* 0 r mm Pace 1 W.l. Cricket Team Full Of Confidence W.I. (,'ri< k.t.rArrm-at Kaslbournr Empire Defeat red 53 lor fi % % % %  lark* 6 %  nlormaUon indicated Ul HE. a t 10 per cent above that of the nrst "We are at the moment in over1 D \\ ill Kaci' ror Id and have made | 11% IVli-r Hillori LONDON April 18. that the K< CASTBOITHVF %  *.<>n for ten As the %  College 2—1 minute* odd gnai %  i i ompleto %  • % %  oeen carried out at Lords ES and tl,. ime of tho four agaii '• brimful of %  %  %  dard, the captai: erhap* a shade avrrfident with thr party Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Noire Dame Wins Again THREE thii were played I %  %  I %  v I %  %  %  ry beftinnint: wr jtold and | :hat Bni-•xpanding satis%  %  Kven apart fl lo be in%  %  arteaa we t—to i ' ue ICfSM iii" rbtj had mined % %  Britain Between ^eptemV jmi tiw il fooa. Rowing Cup PHILADELPHIA. April 18 Wood. Australian and %  the Philadelphia sold i Challenge Cup. emblerr...World's Championship Champion John September ttMauticmy beAinning the Olympic .older of 9 ills, after' i^reed to tea. | %  tiinouncedj ihal the l %  held on 1 —Reuler 1 %  ON !•* the man Pin Striped Seme n Navj & Broun. Elegant. fr the occasion Piirvun <"< v W< i .el T f opt w l i in V i. %  rWaJO Ol %  (lIl-Mtlll) (,rr\s ;iii(l lawns Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Sire* %  \KMIV \l %  %  %  %  %  lill-%. i %  %  Trad..ijermere Old Bo) v were the centre (fating them 5-1 nment of a great deal of interest and The Old I fully occupied attendto icon• ^million of about in their honour -as. Mr .1 M Kidney (Manager) Alan < Worrell and EverFverton II %  %  %  ..reased : ti M are no rtn Bui for :h. RUSSIA DEFEATED of the party %  i %  wore: I Unudlnn i,.,,....,l, mt* *->dered ti to I % % %  • IP3 iw —** 5 M• ***** -" rrlurnnu to h.s hotel r.H, m |kft| hi M .on, plrlrh astounded At the volume ml London. Iraffle and the eon lit mU bajXta thai %  ,,u ( n i 11, trie air H Re.* I \l>\ I OH lUlslli Mi %  UNAfM %  %  %  1 Klngsley %  %  tti %  %  Don'li %  %  %  %  %  l . %  %  %  i,. aver) match. %  -. %  B %  BtoUnv %  i %  mf M. H.irns n Cr.iy • K A MM B f M 9 U 5 2 4 J ; s 4 2 S KIT i J A 19 I 4 km %  | I' %  %  %  I %  H %  : Id &f %  o I %  %  (1 %  to%  %  I %  B.II.I. Uadin I'r^iaaw %  %  %  %  %  At 110,984 %  | I (ii-in illiu— • %  M IIMIC h miirtlli.ni UM unavold able deiree ol llu'-W'un K.se-. | !*• a %  -•mi Bflai i, IU %  > III Mi-in 11 ii.t Qaarti %  ^c" 1 i Ifhuai I t" i' %  High Waati I H mm '' pm I >UKIl\\ IUIIII 'II t odriin.l'ii ml luUl fW ni.Hilb i ihM iaj 01 i" I.UI...I..UH. Hai I It-mo 1 '.'!"'• Mm Wind Mucltaa tl pm > iVhbl \ >' I I aUtoi per haw B lei || M.) 10.011 tm Superman couWn'l keep his mud on his wok! (.LOBE opem FRIDAY %  *mmL %  •^•BT*^--"." JIM. Wfflam, BALL HOIDEN ll| ini! Siilur Apr. 'i'l NA (LIB IJ\I II K 111)1 l 01 LAWUNOI Phone K4% FULLER DETAILS LATER Holoina Sauvacr ulked lo order I 6t-r. Tb ( jiudlan KinHe. each Salted Nut* ^R Im IVjnul Buller Oth lii ( remola < r.stjrd I'uuder lOe. pk. t raaaji af IVbaal a> I .i, pk Enillsh Jam* 1 I* * Apple Sauce Is UBi %  Pure I rench olive 01 IHIU. *8e. SuUon'i l-iiklfd (•* hoi. 51e. sulUiu HiMH * %  1 urraiiU S.Sc. Ii ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO: Lfl> HIGH STREET. y d tp M* 1 "*' I In \ II IX) Ii Every Time ..._— By Jimmy Hallo TrlE FATE 0BtOOFES A". C BLOTCH. i*HE SELECTED A SUIT PROS-' A THREEINCH-SQUAKE SV.ATCM-t J '. HERES A SEAuTlCuu FWTTERNwent 66TT.sa A BOLT OF IT IN ___V TWA0WO.'.'--B0T TMiS SAMPLE *aaa WILL QIVE >OO THE IDEAX AT & 9<)|j| ra VEAHI TU ATS ABOUT BJT COUCAREP TO THE SAMPLE.THE SUIT IS ATOMIC — ITS AS LOUP AS THE TOGS OF A BURLEYCUE COVMC— JUST OPENED JERSEY SILKS IN 8 PLAIN COLOURS 48 s I III I a yd. STRIPES 111 lovel> background 48 01.56 • yd. t aflord to Mht thrve U!e*l fuhloii hlu: THANI BROS. HAVE REAL ENJOYMENT BY OBTAINING 1 SMJMT THAT IS PLEASURE ALWAYS A TO WEAR FROM C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE