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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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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Thursday



April
1950.









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LONDON DOCK STRIKE
77 a
10.000 Workers Oui
LONDON, April 19,
50! RE than 3,000 London ¢ors and stevedores struck
IVE wy. srk this afternoon bring: vg 7,700 other workers out
th them and affecting 90 ship: . The men’s mass decision—
wi otest against the ex of three men frem the
. ' $
fransport Workers Union fo: iv part in! year's strike
f Can: adian seamen was invine tely s: ed from ship
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t the main dock area.
to ship throughou : ; trike sce
: Wi he hatct :
Se ore etore iki ¢
Loved Hor ( 1 n ti i Ci Ver t
] o- 7° > ea ye KIn ce
3 Than His W ife laces the evedore who sto
‘ cargo uw YY ,
bers SE lifornia, > : K E
m SA JOS! Avril 19 spread still further and
i Maria Lightner told a C,000 London remen
| H Age wre that she Ww anted They will n ‘t tomor
pace wea pecause she was s Vill meet tomorrow n
| oree becau : to decide whet r to trike
} a 4 of playing second fid- : cs 1 vhe ner : irik
ae in aniat husband’s refer oO arbitration Sa lisp
le to h ‘ caused by the proposal of o
ve. : i ‘ceils tie | Shipping company to recruit m«
Abou we Gay ermanent i in
qileged her hu 1 sala: eer : 3
“Pm passionately in love es
with my horse. I love that "swith et dient
â„¢ horse more than any human We wi ot cease :
F in the world.” : 5e € reinstated,
The divorce was granted to tmelr expeiled com-
—Reuter.
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Acheson Says.
nt US. Must
Join ITO

Sultan Plotted :
To Overthrow :
Government












































F WASHINGTON, April 19
Dean Acheson, American Secre- IN INDONESIA
y of State, said today the pro-
med 54 nations International DJAKART April 19
fade Organisation to promote| ‘The Sultan of P ianak, Hamid
orld trade could not function un- | Amid ‘the Sex ond s confessed to
ks the Unite’ State oined. He j}ordering the rebel ader Captain
fas testilying belore he Hous¢ “Turk” Westerling launch an
] Representatives Foreign Affairs | attack durir meeting of the
pmmittee studying a bill «to au- | Indonesian Cabinet on uary 24
} morise American membership of |and shoot three of those present,
he Organisation which—through | jt officially announced here
he United Nations—would pro- | tonj
ie a forum where nations could| The official stateme nt
g their trade grievances and \the Sultan of Jogiakart
Je trade probler lof Defence Dr. Ali | ur
; secretary General of the Defenc
The Snarier has been signed by | Minist ; Col a : a
tions and wil iene. eal ef. | ViInistry, ima) Lonel soimatur-
na’ anc: Will le into bang. ting Chief of Staff Armed
when accepted by 20 govern- Rorce ere. thos named-.t
nts. F a LOSE a to be
ued
son said only two n= | :
ee, ee fi A. ae ‘ According. to Hamid’s alleged
ad so fat 1 » » ees ; ;
Titer. the ote + sy '€ ,confession, all other Ministers
. sane g see
, a aig ey walling to seé ; present’ were to be arrested, and |
iether the United States accepts |; ‘ 1 ,

N : ie was planned to form a new
Charter, he said Government ufterward with
Wrking Congressional approval ce Mi
; , Hamid as Defence Ministei
American membership, Ache- | 1 arta : ’

ae a b - The Sultan, who as Minister
on said the I.T.O ould “im- ; y 1 1
i . en 5 vithout portfolio, was arrested on
fasurably strengthen” the 1 nited | April 5 on a charge rganising
ales and other freedon loving a
; ; the revolt led by Ca it r-
muons in efforts to ¢ iblish a {
ling, former cn 4 n
orld order in which people could | West Jai n Jat i
le in pe r tl ese phlei Reéater
pir way ove er
arown. -
Reuter ‘ oe
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2 3 2~RAGUE A 19
»| ( Vi | | PRAG Kpril 1¢
eee atOne Month | 5... or Cum Apt 9.
. } old woman ent on trial before
tON 1 f | ; .
ah ms +h 19. _| the State Court in Prague today
day 2d yee | ae i charged with treason and
‘ DD. oe ihe 4S | espionage on behalf of the United
» Princess } Pahlevi, | c;, ,
States Embass
fr she had ( n Ameri- vt
Student, | ; s Che indict there
; wey fles ven per- re f ¢ < h Em-
Bion for then y Gmeerd, omit a ; ma
ammedan | he Princess | a8) i A Pie
fnounced here { ys, ea to be} ; Laior
j: . 4 Ine 1 ( ( \ )
Princess Fatima i € ind | yay i Wah). a lex
Wealthy husba: 7 -vear-old | *, Ries Bers ,
Meent Lee Hill ewpected to} he four former
| Md the Moslem religious cere- tha. imi 4
per 1 t fT a
mny in Paris with the next re 2 uded Samuel Meryn
OH wonth. The coup e1 a yore eo ere yt
ha © et SE erae clerk in the military attaches
a ‘ . 1 remon at Pr ‘ 0 ‘ . me last
) ivitivecchia, Pan enoi lice who wa arrested
days a a ma *| October and latex eel from
© ago V( . he
Shah ‘de Ged) aay —_ t ii | Czechoslovakia on chert a
ri rived h ister of all] Gicp : uate
oyal prerogative: S and all con-} Ere aan ~
D. tions with nis family because | ~ VRS Raat
e had married abro id without{ Rifles, tommyguns, and ay tc
P bermission | a military pack, and two or three
—Reuter. | radio set ind other equi ne nt
isplayed in court
rhe chief ised, Nechansky

SEEL “He ai ro wah hansen of

SIR GEORGE



HERE THIS MONTH the Emba Staff asked him to

}form an espionage organisation

Prem Our London Co ponde !to carry on espionage duties. He

LONDON \pril 19 } tcld court of the organisations |

Bit Georg Seel, new Co-Chair- | of two or three separate groups,

gp Briti -arlbbea Commi eof which he led, the second

my sails for Barbadk to-day | being led by the defendant
rit og tf" to arrive here on | Wahl

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LABOUR BUDGET SHIRKS FUTURE

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i! LONDON, April 19.
. Tr ) ; eee i las
Fre » | abe . RICIARD A. BUTLER, a merazer of the Con-
a yur servati ‘Shadow taunted the
Movement Labour Government today with not expecting to
" continue long in office.
7 : he iY ly Tnue + Ana
Strengthened Resumine the debate in tho House of Common
oe ; . . ey | es g ‘ . 1
Sir Stafford Cripps Budget, 5, Butler said
SAYS HARRIMAN Opposition gained the impression that this w
-
amie the budget of a man and a Government ‘ do
NEW YORK, April 19, M eed feet ee ar
Averill Harriman, Marshall Plan not choose or care to look very iar anead’’
Roving Ambassador, to lay envis- + tier er il
aged a time when “pressures will
begin to operate behind the iron a nee
curtain to break down the Krem- F
lin Control,” ipat
“When and how no one can pre- > .
dict,” the wartime American Am- rrives n n
bassador to Russia told New York t med “un-
State democrats at the party’s an- e e villing” to con-
nual Jackson Day Dinner. « tras he
At $100 a head, all tickets for rinl ac ines £190 10
‘ 7 . : , . rae : _ a at “Nan seen above tied ; the dinner were sold. It was ex- OC
\ CROWD gathered at the lower Wharf vesterday when the shing boat Nano (see! aie wate 20 ) . : j ce a ; r e ye
off alongside the Wharf) brought in the ‘ife'ess body of its skipper, Sydney Ifill oe es. Seen Elee. Cer: Seen eee t recedented sur for I
INO i ongression¢ elec-
died suddenly while the wen was out on a ishing trip, tions PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 19 mini t pen 1 the |
| | Harriman said there could be Sir Hubert Rance, ea tor f the country
T ; ‘ . isaffe new Governor told a packed Diam I wn ac
‘ mT mr [no doubt that the “disaffection of : aa
“WY HOPPING s | | D FISHER MA N Tito has resulted from the success] 0V¢rflowing Council Chamber this | eountant tl ht that teac
LVRS RL ) of the Marshall Plan. Russia is out} Morning that he encea AaP=| ysi ease xat t
Nee ; to rule the world by fear. Within} Proachi his ASK Govert OF! Chancell I ‘ en
LIES DIES A j SEA Russia the Kremlin is afraid of} @2@ Comm sha pane ‘ vest worker
Zl f the people and the people are} 4&4 and Tobago with deep hun t ‘
= ‘ afraid of the Kremlin rk a ’
V | 9 j ® . * « . ‘ made sm I \ plving to iddresse
t te bearniest:| AT about 4.45 yesterday evening the fishing boat 131) Banyan ar ag ; 1ade this ganion pol- | sin ealatne - , = e. oe ‘ vad
Michael M ' ee Aas Vappo iatled into the Careenage with the lifeless body of | lation reg hin ee athe an hour earlier from the U.K.,| Instead, the tax liability ot
; “f S . 8 oO a. vu ’ » ag oe Le » =
hopping lies beyon Sydney Ifill huddled in the stern. |key posts: candidate for the New| SS Matina sa jeveryone had been reduced ex
rges by the Soviei | Ifill, a man in the late sixties, died suddenly while out | york Governorship later this yea |,, Sir Hubert told the gathering] cept for the lowest paid workers
New ic plane on 2 fishing voyage. He was a resident of Welches, Christ | and successor to Paul Hoffman as) that he was ay aa he many | who cid: not: carn: cnough to pay
ee ee "| Church, and was skipper-owner of the Vappo Marshall Plan Administrator adiinecaa "eieae chl bales
nu ‘ di 7 A T i r battle for f confront the colon roblems | c] P ' .
prove the] The Nappo is one of the small- | , The front line of battle for free- ahi Se vie cate et oes ,

ited | cael J : : the local fish- | 40m in Western Europe was the) Wh must! jolved ee | \ e Par ‘ ex

ited § innate - est fishing boats of the local fish lab t t | omic life and ell bt. thas . #

heport Vloscow today ing fleet and only carries a crew | * The ee nt wtséteis ..| peoples of Trinidad Tohago Be > ae
quote 1 y t Soviet | SPOR | S of two—the other man being Mor- hatha 4 re Mos ve ; ee eet” | ea. ndtenne and! nit cematia a | :

gazine that the United States | ris Ifill, a relative of Sydney, who beth ‘ , ft th P T . 4 eM y tionary or perhaps even retarded “

id rescue planes waiting in Den-! WINDOW also lives at Welches. | . oF ans fs ania pts Pram . ae “With God's help o-opera- | pl
mark even before the plane in- | After Sydney Ifill died, Morris | tees * ahs ae 4 : ion. F am-sure we we +] 8 e

olved in the incident had taker CARLTON, who scored theit sumnmoned the fishing boat Uta- | ‘UES 0) Surops ; ,_ | all difficulties with whi ‘ Sel

‘ : : irst First Division victory by ee oe th icinity. to With the failure of strikes call- : 7 =
off from Wiesbade This was defeating Pickwick-Rovers on vine which was in the vicinity »t ed for Kremlin Political Objec be faced he concluce |
crte is proof o* United Stat ¢ Si iy, will engage Harrison his assistance. The crew of the tives, the Free Labour Movement} Although he had ed what | ‘ ‘ t

tion for lain inten 1] College Kensington this eve Utavine. were Alfred Smith and | /!Ves, The Le Sy ene | termed a “West. India tt entia hi
eparation tor a plalt itentional | i College, so far, has lost ail Cl : + Bath Vil- has been strengthened i : ‘ ase th |

eral 5 ot a Bien ety audius Harewood of Bath i inate A ‘ | look he iid from today the iver 1
provocation of eir previous enghkements a, Nina Joul- | Present attempts of the Com-| : ; }

There is considerable discussion | rage, Christ. Church: and Goul- |munists to use the Trade Unions| *!fairs of Trinidad and Tobago] t peace FMeNt
whether the United State vill bourne Layne of Montrose in the | to pre vent the inloading of AXner- | MUSt be My concert e la ; rt
whetl ne LEC states wl | tc ve 4 é sof are | 1

same parish. | ° ¢ 4) ; tons
eventually take its dispute with d G ji . a .}ican Military Assistance is again " | ( IS] este
h ; ; roulbourne Layne boarded the | ‘*#0 : : : ae First Love | ; : sini
i Soviet a AOD. OVEr, TES PORS- John Goddar Nappo and assisted Morris Ifill in Pre § bones eet a ase tl ier es “ still to build up
Poe oe Sree fe = | . sailing it to the Careenage. and th canatinn ile: That dite re He, howeve ms ‘a we S of Fritain’s sold : ‘rves a long way
the American plane to either the | i Both the Nappo and Utavine | 2° S| : | be interested in his first love-—| . & . ‘ ;
Internationé ul Court of Justice or| Anxious oGet have their moorings at Oistins but j he aaas pad cores ave Tye jfederation and affair of the | gee we She present figure, he said.

e United Nations Security C - . because of this ,unfortunate inci- | encores lit 4 ne er Oreo 1€} Caribbern Commission and ( nln was the only real hoy
cil O ; h Field dent they had ‘to deposit their leur VNY Of Our pariners iD} nial Levelopment and Welfare | loyment | econor

Secretary of State Dean Acheson | n e catches at the Lower Wharf. — er re is the will t9 work, the| O'8anisation | ependence
is expec fo clarify the United Shortly after 6.30 p.m. the wife, | . OES SS PHO Were 6) WORK, z Replying to an address present- | Lf er el é€ (

; ‘ . | will to fight and the will to win |
States position generally at his| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) sister-in-law and son of the dead Their d ads ‘a tA) itt us ed by the Legislative ineil, Sir) it will come not fri any fall it
eekly Pre onference on| EASTBOURNE, April 19. |man arrived at the Wharf. When |! on ‘Necte Atianti vr 4 ty | Hubert referred to the proposed | j itional demand but from
Sridey.aRbater Eastbourne arranged everything| the Polig: van arrived at 6.35 to} Shon aak*s evel elt reaty | new ¢onstitution [ feel con-| jack of dollar h which to buy
: ; jfor the West Indian Cricketers} remove the body to the Public setting as * eget aipality” = vineed,” he said, “that this new ential raw. materia he said
except sunshine, Mortuary his relatives broke down cciehe ee or, neutrality. ‘0/ constitution which represents COn-} rhe cebate was then adjourned
a While members of the team are} and began to ery. Other fishermen This oburanaoias puleha ihe siderable advance in the political . arr Reuter
y . . |staying here they have been given| « 2 Wharf assisted in lifting the w Suuregeous § OSCis life of the colony will, provided : '
| 2 taying here they have been given] on the arf assiste & ca Pr : Shabu s | lite th 1 ill, provide as le
} Calls His Chile |free passes to three of the biggest| body on to the van Sohietee cer ate, : : aarti it has the active or passive sup- | C O
|cinemas, honorary membership of A post mortem examination will | Delleve- . yee " port af the people succeed overnor ens
: ‘ " fe s 8 ne sreatest single ¥ ‘
Backward Constitutional Clubs, invitations to} be held today. ahastrmea i saad he cane jand serve as hining | I
visit the Loyal Hippodrome ’ “ore ’ Re jto other part f the Britis oF an ‘
IEW YORK | : 4 | —Reuter, ; ; oF ‘ » ue \
: NEW YORK, as 19 Theatre, souvenir guide books in- | Empire advancing al im Le gisiatur ¢ | ti¢ sday
Pre nt Gabriel Videla of | 4 | . ‘ j road I for my rt do all 1
scribed with their nam rivilege | > | ; ' , ul
Chile referred to his own coun- we a eo et 4 Police Siand By jean to secure anc { : eOvern
‘ tickets entitling them to | - BI k | 1? i i i ‘ ft
try as back wart rea when n > towr > uppor -
a : entertainment facilities in town ’ ac Sea oa a . F ‘ € dy ' ut
alled om the democracies here} ing 4 special bus to take them any } In Brest kK uneral | He be ged ii eners to ‘ ; “eh ,
night to aid backward areas}... ue " 4 : . (the nev nstitutior .
where they want to go. . . > .
in a world-wide fight against; “ere they want to go.) Startle Regulations | and abstain tros
Russian Comraunisn A: ies ‘ és | | ! ny ra
cis : Wide . ,jhave had their first _ Serious | , | MOSCOW. April 19 lf Saal
President rae peel on practice since arriving in Vingland PARIS, April 19..| pussia through the Soviet Navy | a at a dinner 1 Ms honour ON- 1, tea Seka), ¢ 411 ft sea hades a Sia, t g INE *
ored y the Par \-American |@ Stiff breeze and a drizz of Part | Republican guards a lice newspaper Red Fleet, declare Br reason of hi ppoint RAILWAYMAN BURIED
an Ta tt United State: i made such a practice impossible.| were at the alert in the Atlantic to-day that the 1936 Montreux|]ments, Sir Hubert a BREST .pril 19
ociety as a acti : ates ane! Skipper John Goddaid is deter-| Port of Brest, storm centre of the Convention governing navigation|made many frie) mongst Five people carrying
jhe. ¢ sy op eran Hotel, | mined hewever rain or shine for| present wave of labour unrest in the strategic Dardanelles and|many sections of tI eople f|French a Re reatl
1on at the aldori=é la 0 lhis men to be at the nets) where a railway worker killed Bosphorus had “ceased to cor-| Trinidad and in addition visitec i ‘ he lege cal
| He said that it Gemocracies did| tomorrow. While he, like the re Yi - nee street riot was to be respond with the interests of}many parts of “thi Ae el . ; : e ‘
|not aid the backward areas ag/of the team appreciates the! buried to-day, “ Black Sea powers” | But he said he would not b« 6 Id ra
}much as they could, they would!hospitality shown them, he con-| The French Communist Party Red Fleet added American | fied until he dl nents eve a
| be “committing very grave siders first the function of the’ Organ La Humanite to-day squadrons are :requent guests of | of tl ¢
| error,” It was necessary, he said, West Indies cricketers should ney called for a nation-wide work | the Marble Sea” (the sea of Mar- | hé the worrte ope t
| } age . ( » " 1 ) « t ' le »
| to eliminate the misery and pov- ;to get cricket fit co to coincide with the} mora) “and Turkish aerodromes | sectic f its peo; Reuter.
ert hich existed in Chile t« “ E Pa AA have been converted into landing |
. ntain democratic ideals The team had rather an amus~ In Paris police were on guare| fields for the American Air Forces | {(
lause from a large crowd|ing introduction to the town yes-) against demonstrations by lock- All this compels us to. still
Ce jumbia Univers where he | terday, ie Neda ph ed-out workers at a State aircraft greater vigilance and unremitting- |}?
| vas presented with an Honorary|‘rom Victoria at 1709 and phe factory. ly to strengthen the defences of | §{
Degree, had earlier to-day | Mayor and several other Civ‘ Communist trade unions lead} the Black Sea Reuter. | \
Stal wned the protest hout 0 ignataries were at the station lo! ers appealed to the workers to 1}
— e welc > them, But when the train] march to the factory gates and | , | {
cet tudents Reuter elcome F nare > the é BE é Y |
a See we arrived only Allan Rae, Roy| qemand work. About 500 steel- Suspect Yellow ‘
ee Marshall and Sonny Ramadhin/ helmeted police patrolled the} { rT} : Beak Gall Se )
. " ‘ om lighted. Remainder of the party | factory in the “Red Belt” of Paris | m Vil { The name by wal h you 1y ask for ‘
Fond ol His W ife: had arrived at Victoria just one} and 50 police cars were parked Fever In Vwttan new wholesome and delicious
minute too late to catch the train | jn strategic positions with rifles , MILAN, April 19 ]
| They came along shortly after-; and tear gas in readiness | MILAN, Ap ‘
oe » » . . . re ‘re 7 -
| Assaulted Her |i, |“ Police. and demonstrators had| , Doctors here were tonight in|
| 19 —By Cable. | clashed several times at the fac- | Vesus ona a —
KING STON, ane Ay . . | tory since the workers were di3- een eaves a — —
Fa a Raa ee missed last Saturday after riots ft eee eek Lema, Sree d {{ ({
j}erick De Fours Walderode, was a a | ’ eclkeater } smal town of Rho north of Milan i} i
quitte 1 court here to-day ol 2 | ee * | and a third death in Milan itself
it n ad mmuni- Bve-Election ea fourth case has been isolated in )
ore ee? Oe el Seo | : spite , as , yy
in tent to endange fe ~ | ie , a hospital her« Measures against | //
beng with S eaciite = cee see On Ma * A. Usual Pattern the spreading of the suspected {{
He pl 1 Zullty tt asse y j be. art : .
’ fs | . outbreak. have been taken at Rho } \
a an a i 3 cout | Tr Catt one April, bo while doctors who hurried to the {
nousekeeper, anc was co Ps . ‘ c ne Catholic newspaper ore- > fr Milz sara ak ’ i?
; 9. town from Milan were making i\
ally ischarged to commit n I ' anny bee on | cast the imminent dissolution of ( careful investigation )))
> 1 . ’ . -
|further offence in the next year hate fase Be ga —s - - the | 211 religous orders in Czechosl »~ | ~simaabes §
|The Chairman of the Court said} 7 Uesda; - elaction to fil the| Vania i equvempbremnetamiens
the Count was passionateiy fond}Gate of the election to fill ) The Paper, which usually re-j if
f his wife. —Reuter vacancy i. Romane s BrG0ust! aacss the official Vatican. view- City Rock
f his wife. —Reuter. and Spenborough district. The ” gins hag sully oc 448
. > ’ - Party | Point, said the news from Czechos- ~
— |seat was held for the Labour Party Rarities #6 Fike Seely that wa. rs
in the February 23 General E'ec- road ja ee ns a oe ie Ship Explodes
tion by F. A. Cobb who died last | (Ota! ane’ violent offensive ee
month. He had a majority of 2,i32 a Catholic Church was intend- | ISTANBUL, Apr‘l 19. i
over William E, Woolley who ran Th sual pattern began with; This city. rocked today with|})} }
as a National Liberal with Con-| |” PRL PS rein meGAN a5 | a heavy water front explosion in | ({{
ervative support Wooley will ren an peor oe. : jthe Norwegian steumet Bos- } i
-ontest the seat again. His Labour | priests and Pais, CONFSIE ONS | paorus” (2,111 tons hich to- | {i }
opponent will be L. J, Edwards, and sentences then an attack on night is reporte as in. feats (K ‘ 3 oe ‘
lthe former Parliamentary Secre-| a*i —_" against churehes and] 6) eee Tie explosion ;}) “ou will not fail to notice the SMOOTH, PALATABLE
| ary for the Board of Trade whe | monasteries eS | followe n he © ot d RICH ALITY of th enuine n XE CREAM.
Ix cag Gbfenbed: in tha Penruary 38 In Czechoslov ukia, the perse- foemee a fire in her cargo « and RICH QUALITY of this genu n¢ i
jelection at Blackburn, The Tabour | cutors have quickcned , pace, | C470 ; ee |») oe ae plead wp ath iin Ain en ales )
|Government’s overall maiorty in! completing the full cou in a} want’ om ‘ Sa - pathy ty Now that you have the best, do not accep! the next. ‘{
|the House of Commons ig now } law weeks, the Pa; said. ’ a ~ - i al ii 1
I l
} four Can, Press, —Reuter | ‘ = sae g t {
} The vessel was put out from | \
€ quay when the re broke Ask for— >
Y e it in the forward hold
Czechs Demand Closing 0! 000386 Sess ' KE CREAM
u I Oslo —Reuter. y J AMA
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Of U.S. Information Service | :
f Germany Should Have ‘i at your Soda Fountain, Restaurant, Club, Hotel
| PRAGUE, April 19, A National Anthem | or other Dealer 4
‘zechosloval , BERLIN, April 19 ,
} Czechoslovakia to-day demanded the closing of the § ae eee mare Foe @
J : f sovie LOr er ans tood tc 5
| United States Information Service in Prague and Bratislava iearhae. tar | takes dean heal . ,
by mid-day, April 22, Prague Radio reported sinaay cee lol oy oh. Te : i
on a 709 ae aan ‘States Emnl ere, thelinnd Uber - oP ae ent ee j You may visit our plant and be. satisfied of the Kt
¥ etales BmMbOassy Utne ne ber Alle est erman ” ‘ ‘ : t
| e Czechoslovak Radio deé- radio said |Chance'lor Adenauer told ceport-| Hygienic and Wholesome Quality of this pure food. ni
} nde hat ) ark, Am- he Czechoslovak note came : , here to-d } )) i)
Pre Aitache in Prague a sequel to the trial on April 13 It h tir erm 1 t¢ Qe {(t
the United State nfc ti n a da
service in Pra : terd THE BARBADOS ICE Co, Ltd. |)
fr a f I un¢ er hi pee ve
t I ‘ ‘ r Ge r i ))
ir E.G. Mac- |were’ made in a note. which tivities ands All German BAY STREET }
; akia Fe ini y year are I felt rength d I —
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ain tan eight “pec pie at th ee ; Phi Rag nis ing Sigg Pegg
c are ee Le , Ki ; thony’s Arcade” in Port-of-
Barbados Aquatic Clyb on Tues- : 4 om Spain arrived yesterday by



















day night at approximately 9.30

a and will be here until }
o'clock. It appeared over the :

ay for a short holiday staying ;

harbour in the Western Sky and at the Hastings Hotel. Also ar-|
moved in a South-westerly direc- riving from Trinidad yesterday

was Mrs. E. Giaisher.

Away For Three Weeks |
RS. CHRISTINE ROBERTS
left yesterday by B-W.1.A. for

Antigua where she will attend a

religious conference to be held

there shortly. She expects to be
for about three weeks

ito Visit Rome

tion over Needhams Point before
it disappeared. Some observers
said its motion was like a coin
a coin moves when it is thrown
into the water; only instead of
falling it moved across the sky
It shone brightly and changed
colour several times. Its size was
bigger than an average star

Colourful Figure



away

Hopes

HEAK that boscoe Holder, R. E. C. FARARA returned to
the well-known Trinidadia . Antigua yesterday by

painter and impressario, will be
going to England soon. Boscoe is a
colourful and versatile figure.
Some years ago he used to dance
in Beryl McBurne’s troupe. More
recently he was in America giv-

42 W.IA. She was here for four
days to leave her eleven-year-old
daughter Cecelia at the Ursuline
Convent here

She will be
shortly by the

leaving Antigua
“Gascogne” for









ing piano recitals. In Trinidad England aecompanied by her hus-
each year he puts on a revue band whe is proprietor of Farara
called “Coloque of Trinidad,” in and Sons in St. John’s. If it is
which he usually takes the lead- possible t hope to visit Rome
ing part. But Boscoe’s most for the Holy Year Pilgrimage

She
















painting. de was staying at Cacrabank
exhibitions in 1 * .
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°; he paint M®°. ALLEN from st
lanascapes, portrait 4 _ Louis, U.S.A. has been in
“Kaiteur’’—Barbados! ees ae eae Page
M* ° HUMPHRYS and her Radnes”: ak Sieben

the sarne afternoon for Trini-
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staying at ‘Kaiteur’, Hastings New picture of Rita Hayworth " .

Going to School Here

and her baby daughter: Princess





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with his wife and daughter io pe he "7
arrived here about > ag . '
from Venezuela has returned te _E wie will be here for a shor
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maining

Mrs. Spence

with their daugnter in



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Cake Sale Fro Holland, Miss Ma

rs OMORROW iorning im the de Bont
. front store of M Whit- Venezuela

Barbados for perhaps a year,
young Miss Spence will be going t
school



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“Carideem”, St. Lawrence Gap ie : ‘ ial Ra
On Six Weeks’ Leave waite table clot 7” be ae w spe ish,
M* DAVID MUI LY, of tt n array of tiful e few other languages. She has been
St. V it Office B & Cake Gate 7. Barbados for two weeks’ holi-
and Skeete d ‘ < ha g y and returned to Venezuela
morning by th 1 ‘ < sterday by B.W.LA. |
six weeks’ holi his farr . ‘ ot Als \ to Caracas yes-|}
nond i f the Planters Da ay Kenneth Parker
Skeete, St. Vincent Bridget "ie i of the A}
sk f i Bridget ! ( rr »t
nh ney \ C r ‘ £ x r €
“Lady Rodney”. He e- hould have a very busy . a I
turning to St. Vincent. . aes BS}
Was Here Two Years Ago Returning Next Month * |
M* and Mrs. John Carmichael Mi" nd Mrs. Hector Bric Leaving on Sunday
i who arrived from Trinidad +”* de S M: ANDREW SHEPPARD, |
th yeek-er ar er¢ baht + Barbados r ati f















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rday Pat D ate, Maj. R. J. Morrison and |
Here For One Week so : , ee SS eo a]
es at : I here an pes ¢ ‘urtl Branch Managers are due to be
er e Ocean View n montt w another she n the sz - plane which Mr. |
Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. John visit Sheppard leaves by ara
Y. Ruddock from New Orlear ; wad uk ets es
USA. Vice President of the Par Easter in Trinidad From Devonshire
An er ar Life In ir ne S - e ISS Mat y Harford, we > Spe ROM Devonshire, Mr. John
be Rs om a pi ve 4 the Easte r a i Perkins is now a Sugar Planter
ete tae Pe Pres ‘sare area ri ad re urne me gritish Guiana where he is at
- t u ieee tee i B.W.LA 1) Plantation. He has been |}
; Left For Venezuela tish Guiana for eighteen

irrived on

1 4 ( yut a nths. Tuesday
+ +} ; Mi! LIONEI PARRY f B.W.1.A ind will spend two]
+ ‘ ( , 5 4 Mi E. J.P % for ¢ t } ja it the Crane
1@i ihe ‘ yester ue 5. i
fron iidad B.W.1LA

Returned



Secretary Of ‘‘ Banco

Used to Live Here Union’”’





FI : p 1
A k 4 Ms M SONJA SK Pi I M" and Mrs. Miguel Herrera
eee 4 ( inidad yesterda 4 Romero who have been in
i 0 _ ne B.W \ nd t t Sar badc ince April 5th spent
ec her She will be their week here at the Mar- |
he ! e Hot ind the remainder of }
_ For | i wee ) Villa M their ta he Four Winds
have a I > M ina Max i sonja i ¢ KC ‘ t
My T ‘ ' Ww
Mrs. L. I W ef al Barba 1 used to live here In Venezuela, Mr. Romero is
V > me a « t MS l t > retary f the ‘Banco Union’ in
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é yow! So hour usbans wish hus oo a oe .
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hair tead f eating it snibbo, a
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LONG HAIRED
MEN

LONDON.
anity has gone to the head of
British male.

The increasing demand by men

suit
was

stylish modes to
for long hair

more
vogue

cited by William George, Presi-
dent of the British National Hair-
dressers’ Federation, George said
that men are growing hair longer

than their wives and the time is

not

far off when women hair-

iressing experts will have to be
employed in men’s saloons to look

after the tresses of mere male.
Addressing the annual meeting

of the Federation, George said:
“The average male is taking
more interest in his hair. He is

wearing
nore stylish modes. On the other
hand, women, with their present
rend in fashion of razor cutting,
urchin cuts, tulip cuts, and other
short
reversing the order of the day.”

Asserting

it much longer and in

hair styles, are rapidly

No Disturbance

that young male

barbers will not be able to give

satisfaction

to future “Samsons”

requiring a particular permanent
wave or set for their locks, Mr.

George said that the substitu-
tion of tne lady barber should
cause no great disturbance.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 20,

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Sugar Market

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on Corresponder:
LONDON.
rop this year

Lond
(From Our

pan Sugar c ea
0 ny been estimated at be-
$50. 900 and 5,350,000 tons.
‘ys latest bulletin says
i " , being
i rields currently f
Bee the island are respon-
such optimistic forecasts.
action is expected to de-
2 ¢ stands up
how the crop stands >
this month and next. Some
say that the current
ction figures are due
yields being obtained
m dried-out cane and that the
5 of cane to be harvested
ve a final sugar output
to the 1949 figure of 5,146,
ish tons.
ikow’s say that whatever
@ picture concerning the
the suggestion that. it might
exceed last year’s by a
margin has caused dis-
n the ei
de has felt
eae could comfortably
a carry-over slightly
> in recent vears But

mw than in recent years. >
Ms derable addition to the
me year stock would call for
Hensideration of the position.

Prospects

significance to the market
d heavier crop in Cuba would
sch depend on Beet crop pros~
in Europe and the United



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that, if need

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output uld mean a dollar sav-
: ‘At the same time, a beet
een in the United States equal
the quota would rob Cuba of
increased outlet which parti-
tion in a deficit would give
ME uid the U.S. yield fail seri-
jy. however, Cuba would stand
benefit. Similarly in the case of

failure. But Czarni-
‘5 warn that the position would
not be so favourable to Cuba in
this instance because “it is less
likely that the position would be
by an increase in pur-
, of “Dollar” sugar than by
‘a tightening of belts, failitig ade-
quate supplies of so-called soft
ency sugar.”

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Mexican Oil
Economy
Reviewed

(From Our London

Correspondent

LONDON,

duction chief export of the coun-

ay as this would make it easier
for Mexico to balance its pay-
ments with America, states a]

Wecent Board of Tracie Survey in
London entitled “Economic
Commercial Conditions
‘Mexico.’

Negotiations took place last year
the U.S., Government
laid the head of Petroleos
panos, decentralised Government
Department dealing with all pe-
woleum matters, to secure a loan
the development of Mexican
iifelds, But no agreement was
ched.

The expropriated oil compan-
in the country were unwill-
img to resume operations under
ne existing Mexican petroleum
fislation. Petroleos Mexicanos,
However, was given permission to
ise its selling prices—and has
hus increased its revenue. Using
HS OWN resources, it has had some
ess in its programme of ex-
poration and development explo-

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ation work of the American
mimeompanies with which it signed

potracts has progressed als«

For 10 Years

The Survey sta*es that durin

me past ten years tittle has bee:

one to bring new fields int

Oduction. With the growth

Mdustry and transport,
whsumption ha
point where
orb the whole
Portable surplus.

But recently more attention has
men paid to exploration. The

internal
increased to
threatens

of Mexico’s

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refinery equipment: but the;
capped by the present
position of these goods

Bhical and financial assist-
We 18 also required to bring new
S$ into production. The exp ro-
companies could supply
but on terms which would
considered in Mexico as an
eesirable departure from the
ames Of nationalisation

| During the last two years Petro-
anos has signed several
B contracts with American
ests: the Cities Service Oil
= pany, Edwin Pauley, the
an Independent Oil Com-
and Signal Oil Company.
ling operations will be
M@ out in two areas in the
Of Tasbasco and one area
me State of Vera Cruz on the
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Ernie reckons we ought to see if this Brumas can draw a full attendance in the House.”

RED FOR
A DAY

MOSINEE.

A “Communist” government
will take over Mosinee May 1
seize its mewspapers, churches
and police offices, and open a
concentration camp for “enemies
of the state” among its 3,200 resi-
dents.

The “Reds” will have the full
Support of the Wisconsin River
Mill town—because the Commu-
nists invasion is a “Red-for-a-
day” project planned by the local
American Legion Post to make
clear what life is like under a
dictator,

National guardsmen will play
the role of the Communist militia
and set up inspection posts on all
roads leading into the community.
Visitors will have to obtain en-
trance permits and ‘“commissars”
in charge of gas stations will seil
fuel only to those who hold
“state” permits.

An “approved” group
cials will run the town

of offi-
govern-

;}ment — while clergymen, editors,
|; School officials and civic leaders
will be moved into a conceéntra-

tion camp behind barbed wire.
Anyone who is a hostile to the

|“state” will be exposed by in-
formers.
| Mill workers will have a new



| pay scale — $4 for a 12-hour day,
with no bargaining rights, Busi-



nessmen will list their assets or
else.
Doctors, lawyers, and dentists

will be told to stay
ja “loyalty”

home until





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| what is left is compulsorily sent to
board clears them. A|the Department for Native Affairs.





Minister Probes Slavery Charges

“Men Are Chained

By The

MR. P. A. McBRIDE, A
terior, is to fly to the Nort
charges of slavery among
inhabitants.

Cattle owners and doctors in
the sparsely populated territory
are demanding that a royal com-
mission be set up to sift the alle-
gations,

These are that aborigines are
chained and herded into camps
without trial; are refused freedom
of movement} that money they
earn is taken from them by the
Department for Native Affairs;
and that “barbarous treatment by
the Queensland authorities” has
sehen the original 200 tribes to }
40.

Rough-riding cattle-man Wason
Byers, whose property of 5,600
square miles is as big as Yorkshire
and Lancashire together, charges
that aborigines are worked in con-
ditions of slavery.

‘it’s Piracy’

Hundreds of them, he says, are
employed for their food, tobacco,
and £1 a week. Their clothing
is marked off against the £1, and





|public book burning is planned,; “It is supposed to be a trust,”

The town’s youngsters will,says Byers, “but dozens of ac-

learn red techniques, too. A re-]counts remain from pre-war for

Jplica of the Communist youth natives who have never claimed
, organization will take over tne|them, It is bare-faced piracy.

| Mosinee Boy Scout Troops. “None of the natives has free-

{N.S dom of movement. I flew one of

my stockmen, named Quandong,

to the town of Katherine for hos-

pital treatment. When he was

] x cured, the police refused to allow |

ants ts | him to return to his wife, his home |

and his job. |

LONDON. “And, according to law, any |

Arthur Towe, 61-year-old bus white TAD who gives an aborigine

conductor and chairman of the te lift in eee is liable to |

Croydon (London) Cat Club, is |“#ree months’ jail unless the man |

looking for ‘celebrity cats.”

He wants them for a London cat
show which will be held in Sep-
tember and which is expected to
attract more than 2,000 entries.
| Tne “celebrity cats” are sched-
uied to “star” in the show.
| Towe has one cat which was
| buried for a week under a ton
of coal at Croydon and he expects
that another, a champion which
| disappeared from a London show
and wandered about for six weeks,
will also be on show,
| Other features of the show will
be sections for the best household
pets and the heaviest cats.

The exhibition’s object is to
arouse interest in English pedi-
greed cats and te encourage the
export of British cat breeds to the
United States.

Towe’s wife, Elsie, became in-
terested in cat breeding in 1936
when the coup’e were given two
Siamese kittens as a wedding gift.

They now have ten Siamese cats
and so far have won some 200
prizes in shows all over Britain in
the last four years.—LN.S.





91 DIED WAITING

LONDON.

It’s a lengthy process getting
free spectacles under the British
Health Service plan,

According to the Essex County
National Health Service Executive
Council, 91 Essex people died be-
fore spectacles they had ordered
were delivered.—I.N.S.







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RIDE BECOMES A PRIDE

COURTESY GARAGE.

has a permit.”

Dr. L. Thompson, who has just
returned fron, years of service in
the territory says: “I have been |
disgusted to see natives chained
together by the neck and interned
in camps without trial.”

The Australian Actors Equity
has taken up the case of an abor-
igine film actor, Henry Murdock,
who has a-prominent part in the |
film “Bitter Springs.”

Although the salary minimum
for white players was £14 10s. a
week, it is alleged that the De-
partment for Native Affairs would
allow Murdock to be paid only £6
and the department kept back £4
of this.—(L.E.S.)





Two To Die |
For Espionage

PRAGUE, April 18.
The State Court in Prague to-
day sentenced two people to
death for espionage, press reporis
Said tonight. A third person was |
sentenced to hard labour for life |
A fourth defendant a member of |
the Czechoslovak Security Police
and a woman was each sentenced
to 25 years hard labour, Three |
others, members of the Czechoslo- |
vak police were among other |
defendants, who were given sen-
tences ranging from ten to 2¢
years hard labour.



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Argentine seamen_ stopped
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Peron in London docks today and
handed over to British painters
after representations had been
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Painters Union



Mr. A. Silverstein, organiser of
the National Society of Painters
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all future occasions when the
Presidente Peron docks all paint-
ing on the vessel will be done by
recognised contractors at the docks
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TOKYO.

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her milkman husband to mend
what she called his “spendthrift
ways.”

When after one of their periodic
quarrels, he walked out of their
hcuse in a huff, Mrs, Matsumi
Matsubashi, 32, seized handful
of sewing needles and nail and
swallowed them,

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back to him he now sees the situ-
ation in a more reasonable light—
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with other youngsters who have
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Published by Ths Advocate Co, Ltd., 4, Broad St, Bridgetows



Thursday, April 20, 1950

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Without Delay

THE Authorities have in recent weeks
performed the commendable task of regu-
lating traffic in the City of Bridgetown
and in controlling pedestrians in the use
of the Highway. Much has also been
achieved in cleansing the alleys adjacent
to Broad Street, and in making the City
cleaner and more orderly

The far greater and more pressing prob-
lem of the slums of Bridgetown has how-
ever not been tackled The streets and
alleys that lead into Milk Market and
Baxters Road continue as an affront to
civilised conditions and as a menace to the
Heaith of the community.

A Public Health Bill, after prolonged de-
bate and much amendment, passed the
House of Assembly and went on its way to
the Legislative Council in 1948, but that
body was unable to complete its discussions
before the General Election of that year
brought the Legislative Session to a close.
Nothing has since been done to remove the
blot upon the City, nor to tackle the Island-
wide housing situation.

No Government can afford indefinitely
to postpone dealing with a matter so im-
portant to the health of its subjects and
the happiness of its citizens. It should be
unnecessary to recount the harsh and tragic
character of the Bridgetown slums.

The Royal Commission of 1938 whose
report was published in 1945 described
the then existing housing situation in the
West Indies in words very applicable to
Barbados in particular and as true today
as they were twelve years ago. “In both
town and country the present housing of
the large majority of the working people
in the West Indian Colonies leaves much
to be desired; in many places it is deplor-

able: in some the conditions are such that
any human habitation of buildings now
occupied by large families must seem 1m-
possible to a newcomer from Europe It is
no exaggeration that in the poorest parts
of most towns and in many of the country

districts a majority of the houses is lar gely





made of rusty corrugated iron and unsound
boarding; quite often the original floor
had disappeared and only the earth re-
mains, its surface so trampled that it is
impervious to any rain which may pene-
trate through a leaking roof; sanitation

in any form and water supply are unknown
in such premises, and in many cases no
light enter when the door is closed.
The decrepit homes, more often than not,
are seriously’ overcrowded, and it is not
urprising that some of them. are dirty
and verminous in spite of the praise-
worthy efforts of the inhabitants to keep
them clean. In short, every condition that
tends to produce disease is here to be found
in a serious form, The generally insanitary
environment gives a rise to malaria, worm
infection and bowel diseases, leaking roofs,
rotten flooring and lack of light encourage
the spread of tuberculosis, respiratory
diseases, worm infections, jigger lesions and
rat-borne diseases, over-crowding, which
is usually accompanied by imperfect ven-
tilation, is an important agent in contribu-
ting to the high incidence of yaws, tuber-
culosis, venereal disease and, to a certain
extent leprosy.”

Playing fields are useful to a people's
well-being and enjoyment, but adequate
housing is necessary for a healthy life and
for a spirit of contentment. For too long has
the Government ignored the housing sit-
uation in this island. The floods of last year
have increased the difficulties and render-
ed even more acute the housing shortage

It is not however a matter on which Gov-
ernment alone should accept the responsi-
bility. The Labour Welfare Fund should be
devoted to the task, and Trade Unions
should seek to create a fund which could be
utilised for this purpose.

The situation is serious anc
terms of money will be high. But no price
can be tog,high which serves to ensure the
health of the community and to maintain a
minimum standard of accommodation for
the island’s inhabitants

To do otherwise would be to perpetuate
a system of affairs that casts grave discredit
upon the leaders of this island. Action
swift, vigorous and effective must be taken
and without further delay

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Our Readers Say:

U. K. Contribution





The Spanish Empire-2

O deduce a good deal
ut the nature of a col-
onising people and their manner
of government by studying the
consutution of their towns. The
Portuguese, a commercial race,
t up wherever they went close-
ly packed stockaded fortress-
towns, designed to house and
protect the staffs of harbours,
dockyards and warehouses.
Equally characteristic were the
towns established a century late:
in English North Amer.ca—
mostly trim little market towns,
rural in appearance and demo-
cratic in their form of govern-
ment, their municipal affairs
being run by town meetings of
all the householders. The muni-
cipalities of Spanish America

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Vow

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offer a complete’ contrast in
every way. Both in governmen.
and in the details of lay-out
they were designed to follow

the models of Old Spain. Each
one had its wide, square plaza

at the centre, flanked by the
Cathedral, the law courts, the
prison and town armoury, ad-
ministrative offces and the

houses provided for judges and
royal officials. The arrangement
was as stereotyped as that of a
Roman camp. Town government
was a close oligarchy. It con-
sisted of a council or cabildo
usually of six or eight regidores
—town councillors. Big places
might have more—Mexico City
and Lima had twenty-four each.
These regidores were never
elected by the townsfolk. Nor-
mally the commanding officer of
an accredited conquest—Cortes
for instance—was empowered by
the Crawn to found municipali-
ties, and he would appoint the
first body of councillors, pending
confirmation by the Crown.
These councillors would hold of-
fice for one year, and at the
end of that year would elect
their own successors unless the
Crown intervened. The council-
lorships were thus kept within a
comparatively narrow circle of

conquistadores. Councillors
elected in this manner were
cal‘ed regidores cadameros—an-
nual councillors.









Usually, however, in the case
of important towns, the Crown
did intervene. In Spain through-
out the reigns of Ferdinand and
Isabella and Charles V there
was a steady pressure to restrict
the powers and privileges of
corporate towns—a very neces-
sary pressure, since corporate

towns in fifteenth century Spain

had been known to make war
upon one another. In the fif-
teen-twenties this royal pressure
among other causes, led to a
widespread armed revolt-—the
revolt of the comuneros, The re-
volt was ruthless'y suppressed,
and as a result muny municipal!
privileges disappeared. From that
time the Crown made a regula:
practice of itself appointing the
qouncillors in all important
towns for life. Now for a gov-
ernment as impecunious as the

Spanish government always was,
it was natural upon appointiag
a man to a post which involved
patronage and profit, to charge
him a fee for his appointment;
and from that it was an easy
step to selling the appoint ents
outright to the highest bidde:

These practices quickly spread
to the New World. By the mid-
dle of the century it had beeccine
the normal practice for the
Crown éo sell councillorships for
| life in all the more important
towns of the Indies. Whenever
la vacancy occurred the office
| was offered at a public auction

|by the Royal treasury officials.
{Councillors who bought their
|}appointments in this way were

| significantly called regideres pro-

| prietarios — proprietary council-
| lors; and a law passed in 1006
| authorised councillors to « select

l their own successors upon pay-
|ment of a further fee. Municipal
offices were thus regarded as
| pieces of property which might
be bought, sold and bequeathed.
| Councillors were not necessarily
householders. Sometimes a man
would turn up in the = Indices
| with papers entitling him to a
seat in some town council which
jhe had bought before leaving
Spain, The main attraction about
these town councils, apart from
the dignity involved, lay in the
municipal offices in the council -
lors’ gift. Every town of any
size had a chief constable, an
inspector, aa inspector of weights
and measures, a standard bearer,
a public trustee, various public
notaries, and so on, /s‘l these
officials received fees for tne
work which they performed.
The chief constable’s office was
a particularly lucrative — one,
since he drew a share of al’ the
fines levied from the offenders
whom he arrested. In short, the
duties of local government were
regarded simply in the light of
an investment A man paid

lump sum to the royal chest and
hoped to recover his capital with
interest in the form of fees
spread over a period of years.
As far as the Crown was con-
cerned, the whole organisation
for selling municipal offices was







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

By Dr. John Parry

In a lecture at Wakefield on Tuevday
night, comthraed from yesterday

merely a form of rather round-
about taxation. Spanish *heorists
ao not seem to have regarded
the sale of offices as in any way
deplorable. The system was even
defended on the ground that the
public auction of offices pre-
yented nepotism. Offices went to
the highest bidder, and not to
the viceroys’ favourites. The only
concession to the ideal of effi-
ciency in local government lay in
the requirement that all pur-
chases of offices should be con-
firmed by the Crown; and in the
case of serious complaint against
the purchaser of an office, the
Crown pledged itself to buy the
office back and sell it again to
somebody more suitable.

The town councils exercised
considerable local author.ty; they
regulated building, markets and
fairs, waterways, roads and oth-
er public works . They levied
rates and local customs duties,
and allocated grants of land.
These functions, of course, offer-
ed endless opportunities for
speculation and municipal gov-
ernment was undoubtedly cor-
rupt. Municipal corruption is
not unknown in other parts of
the Americas, but the chief de-
fect of the cabvildos lay in the
fact that they were not really
responsible to anybody for their
actions. There was no local
electorate. People who thought
themselves aggrieved by the lo-
cal cabildo had to go to the
courts for redress, and might not
receive a very sympathetic hear-
ing because the cabildos them-
selves appointed the municipal
magistrates—the justices of the
peace, as we should say.

I have gone into this question
of local government in some de-

tail because the town councils
are the only institution in the
colonial administration which

were open to Spaniards born in
the colonies. Most higher offices
in the colonial bureaucracy were
reserved for royal officials sent
from Spain, who returned to
Spain on completing their turn
of office. It was only in the town
councils that the Creoles as
American-born Spaniards. were
called—could get any practice or
training in politics or adminis-
tration. Naturally the political
training offered by the town
councils was of a very limited
nature,

These facts are of first import-
ance in understanding the later
history of Latin America, and its
divergence from that of English
America. In the North American
colonies and in the West Indies
there were almost from the be-
ginning legislative assemblies
with wide powers, including the
essential power of voting direct
taxes. The necessary foundations
for responsible self-government
were laid at an early date, and
in the eighteenth century when
the thirteen colonies

revolted
they had mature instruments of
government all ready to take
over. .

In Latin America none vu* these
things happened. All important
decisions and many unimportant
ones were made in Madrid. They
were promulgated by Royal de-
cree and enforced by a highly bu-
reaucratic and (at least on pa-
per) highly centralised imperial
administration. Taxes were le-
vied by decree, not voted. Con-
sequently when as a result of a
variety of circumstances the La-
tin American colonies in turn
revolted and the royal bureau-
cracvy disappeared, there was no
established authority in the In-
dies except a number of narrow
municipal oligarchies whose in-
terests were local and particular-
ist, and whose political training
was confined to matters of the
parish pump order of importance.
The cabildos were to play a lead-
ing part in the assertion of in-
dependence, but they proved to
be of very little use in organising
independence on a national scale

Independence is another story.
It remains in this lecture to
describe the central and pro-
vincial administration as it ex-
isted in the sixteenth and sev-
enteenth centuries. Because this
administration was bureaucratic
and centralised, we must not as-
sume that it was necessarily in-
competent; it was not. It was
extremely conscientious, certainly
in intention and often in fact. It
was reasonably competent and :n
some respects unusually humane
and enlightened by the notions
of the time. Its servants were
for the most part astonishingly
loyal. Unlike the minor loca
and municipal officials, the offi-
cers and judges in the higher
ranks of the colonial service
were appointed and paid by the
Crown, They did not buy their
offices.

The most obviously important
of the colonial officials were the
viceroys. In the sixteenth and
seventeenth centuries there were
two vice-royalties, Mexico and
Peru. In the eighteenth century,
as newer parts of the Empire








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grew to prosperity and import-
ance, two more vice-royalties
were added, Buenos Aires and
New Granada or Colombia. These
cffices, though less sought after
than European governorships such
as that of the Netherlands, were
positions of great dignity and
commanded very high salaries.
They were nearly always heid by
Peninsular Spaniards (there were
only three exceptions) and they
maintained lavish and no doubt
expensive courts. Their palaces
in Mexico and Lima are still the
seats of government. In those
capitals are huge baroque build-
ings, evidence of a glory now
slightly faded and moth-eaten.
The viceroys were supposed to
supervise the whole machinery
of government in their areas;
they were both civil governors
and military commanders-in
chief, responsible both for ad-
ministration and defence, and in
appearance their authority was
almost absolute. The Spanish
Crown, however, was always
deeply suspicious of high offi-
cials in remote places, and par-
ticularly suspicious of officials
of the noble and military caste,
a suspicion no doubt inherited
from feudal times. There were
good reasons for this. Spaniards
as a nation had, and still have.
a strong tendency to faction and
separatism which was restrained
only by fierce and personal Icy-
alty to the King. The Crown
could not risk the establishment
of rival kinglets in the ([ndies,
so the Viceroy’s office, in theory
so powerful, was hedged with
restrictions.

In the first place the Viceroy]
normally. held office for only |
three years, so that he had no
time to establish personal loyal-
ties and to make himself the
head of an independent faction.
Secondly, the .Viceroy nad no
means of rewarding his follow-|
ers and supporters, except out cf
his private income. He had no}
patronage worth mentioning since |
all places of profit were either |
filled by appointment in Spain
or sold by the Treasury officials |
in America, the Viceroy merely
confirming the sale. The Viceroy,
morever, had only a very limited
power to spend Government
money without special authorisa- |
tion from Spain. The colonies
did not have a separate budget,
and there was a large staff of

Treasury officials who took care
to prevent any unauthorised
expenditure. Thirdly, the Vice-

roy’s military authority, in theory
absolute, was in practice largely
illusory. Apart from naval
patrols in the Caribbean, there
was until the eighteenth century
no permanent armed force in the
colonies. The Viceroy had to
rely in a crisis upon a militia
manned by the Spanish colonists,
and although this was efficient
enough to put down Indian ris-
ings or to deal with frontier wars,
it was obviously useless for
enforcing the royal will against
the wishes of the colonists them-
selves. Here again the analogy
of Virginia or the British West
Indian islands comes to mind.
Finally, the strangest feature of
the viceregal authority was that
the Viceroy was bound to take
advice in all except military
matters, not from a political or
executive council, as. in the
Britteh colonies, but from the
judges of the Appeal Court of
bis province, the audiencia, and
anybody who thought himself
aggrieved by viceregal aetion had
a right of appeal to this court.
The whole arrangement was
carefully designed to prevent any
Viceroy from carrying out a
vigorous or independent policy.
and it must have been extremely
galling to an energetic adminis-
trator. It is fair to add that some
Viceroys did, in fact, carry out
energetical and salutary reforms,
but for this they needed the sup-
port of the audiencias.

The same general rematks
apply also to the provincial gov-
ernors and to the smaller fry,
the city governors or corregidores.
The curtailment of the powers of
colonial governors was progres-
sive; and it is worth noticing
that a rather similar curtailment
is going on in most British col-
onies today, what with the
Colonial Office on one hand and
elected legislatures on the other,
governors have to mbve with
care, if they move at all; and so
it was, though for different
reasons, in Spanish America.

I have aireaay mentioned the
Royal Treasury organisation.
This comprised a separate corps
of salaried officials appointed
from Spain, like the Governors,
Their prin-
cipal duties were collecting all
taxes and tributes due to the
Crown, and arranging for ship-
ment to Spain. The main source
of revenue was, of course, the
silver tax, usually a flat fifth of
all silver mined in the Indies.
This silver was collected at the
mines, and there was an elab-
orate system of weighing and
stamping to prevent the shipment
of untaxed silver.

(To be Continued)

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Pay-Packet News From —
The Empire '

Where No Man Need Make
Less Than £10 A Week

By Dan Taylor

TASMANIA, they say has the friendliest!
people and the pleasantest climate in the
Empire.

But it has another claim to fame. In the
north of this lovely island there is a district
called Stanley.

And here, as far as I car: find, they make
the-hizhest sterling incomes in the Empire,
as a community.

HOW THEY Do IT

In Stanley no man need draw less than
£10 a week. Many make double that.

How do they do it?

The farmers market their potatoes
through a producer-merchant scheme.

Fishermen have a profit-sharing arrange-
ment with their crews, by which each man
can get up to £20 a week.

Timbermen band together in groups of
five and share the proceeds of their work.

The more a man produces — the more
money he takes home.

NO MINIMUM

Let us see what they are doing elsewhere.

Latest figures from Canada show that the
average worker’s weekly pay-packet holds
between £14 and £415. There is no national
minimum—agreements. go by province and);
industry. é

But it is easy to see from the average figure} %
that even. unskilled men must get high]%
wages, while highly skilled men are really|}
in the money.

I have just had news of an ordinary Brit-
ish family who arrived in Brisbane, Austra-
lia, and—12 of them working (four women)
—averaged £90 a week between them.

Of course, Australia has just introduced
a new basic minimum wage.

It ranges from £6. 7s in Queensland to
£6. 15s. in New South Wales.

LIVING COSTS

These rates form the foundation of all
wages—for Australia has been fixing wages
in the light of what industry can afford to
pay. If industry flourishes — so does the
worker.

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their essential living costs are actually 15 i a
or even 20 per cent. lower.

The Australian pound is worth 16s. of our
money—but in purchasing value internally
it is not far short of parity, judging by im-
migrants’ experiences.

“Down Under,” the agricultural worker is
not the Cinderella on the wages lists.

[ have one of those lists in front of me, and
agricultural workers’ wages compare very IN
favourably with the tradesmen of the
towns.

Indeed, haystack builders and thatchers
are second from the top—led only by chiei
pharmaceutical chemists.

SSS") GENTS FOOTWEAR

In New Zealand, they have one of the high-| .

est living standards in the world. ‘,
aa a ean cc laid down Ss wi Tn T t/) |
LOAFERS ann MONKS #

the following rates for men workers:—
Skilled men 3s, 11d. an hour.
A FULL RANGE
NOW IN STOCK—



FOR REAL COMFORT
and STYLE ~*

Semi-skilled men 3s. 6d. to 3s. 834d. an
hour.
Unskilled men 3s. 5d. an hour.
These are the rock-bottom bases on which |
awards are made. And it should be pointed |
out that, in practice, wages paid are markedly

higher.
For purposes of comparison, you can take |

it that food prices in New Zealand are gen- 7
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erally lower than here, while prices of clothes
| Dry Goods Department

SEE THEM AT — 4

are generally higher.
£380 A MONTH

How do European workers fare out in
Africa?
Well, as an example, European miners in|
Northern Rhodesia have been earning an
average of £80 a month—plus bonus.
True, with those earnings go high expenses; |
but with the expenses go living standards not |
even dreamt of by the miners back home.
Then again, in Uganda, Indian carpenters | }
and masons are making £40 a month—and'}
more.—L.E.S. :





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To the Editor, The Advocate- of the United Kingdom are so oe All of these transactions involved money in the sterling area and ,is now the task of the United $440 million in 1947 to $610

SIR January 11, 1950 may portant from the Canac - mone directly or indirectly the provis- to restrict dollar purchases as Kingdom to prevent the process million in 1948. Partly because of FOR’ RICH DELICIO
seem a long time ago to many of 1 View ee ee oer of goods and services or dol- much as possible. One result has repeating itself, a task which the the situation which preceded the ;
us, but on that day Mr. Graham of view of the Ww role mele spe lars ha other countries by the been—and there I quote from the United Kingdom can hardly ac- September devaluations, progress ICE CREAM e yin
Towers, Governor of the Bank ot I make no apole gy - spe ~ oe peop! e of ie United Kingdom. Foreign Exchange Control Board’s complish without co-operation was less marked in 1949, but there WER Sa
Canada dealt with a subject which Tt oe eee hen yp ee gs = ae ee Re mange ie to Report to the Minister of Finance, from this side of the Atlantic. is now a fresh opportunity to see
in my opinion | not yet been he “presen postion “ab others would not have been possi- dated March 1, 1949: Our best form of co-operation, what can be accomplished in this " W
fully appreciated in Barbad Oana Vineet oS ay teh ann ‘ieetl “Hen Secale vere from every point of view, 12 for Seld, Certainly thoes OF we Ge ANCHOR POWDE

the re ee aes 7 a t oe ee te ee TS “Trade with the group of Canadians to buy more goods are interested in overseas export

You will recall” he said “that | Lite i aoe rogae $0 - oe a pe tr ms we oe’. m 7s " ‘ countries concerned does not from the United Kingdom, and trade should support efforts such MILK
whe terling and ma other ¢ gee tani bi . ae sts, . hae Canads ne nited States anc move entirely on the basis of from overseas countries general- as those of the Dollar—Sterling
SUTTONS WEES Oe eh beh, aetheatinae ‘ au N N RA. sa competitive price and quality. ly, which are having difficulty in Trade Board, to help overseas
a ar e were still inh ‘ ‘ USLONS v —* = s eel a a x v or > ay ~ ae , v 5 7. i i «
pera i i aaa and other relief organizations, and The assistance so far given by The tendency for trade within financing their purchases from producers break into the Cana- Mixed Fruit Pudding,

eerste ee ade available see ithe Uniteg Kingdom to others the protected area to take place us. Canadian imports from the dian market or expand their ex- cia Powdered Whole
valuation “ net i earings supp : S ee Se st has, in the main, represented a at a higher level of prices than rest of the world outside the isting business with Canada. 5 Ib tins $4.1
prices up naeed e ec ecUpier a as, « > an - , * F ms a Saad ae s s ’
Kit hae P anak of Veit de Loans and other re- contribution to werld recovery that prevailing for similar com- Western Hemisphere rose from READER.

_ ; : j t | ; and political stability. Neverthe- modities in outside countries
clined soon after September i901, sid, including net loans . . : fail Rigg
ina vermained 6! the level . other ERP. countries under less, provision of this aid has cannot fai to make it More epee sete
2 at SST Soe pth a the Intra-European Payments over-strained the Unit xi Kins- profitable for the individual
Kir is of trade, that $22 billion. Liabilities incurred heavily neers as they — cerned to within the = TR Camtner flauee, Auwie San x

el . 55 i the war in th orm 2 : nents palyed than in dollar countries. Ani . ani y customary bena fides, will Sauce, z Sauce,
th ; for her ¢ i the war im the fort of were with commitments involved t accomp. y na be ignored. : A -
i : ’ ‘ay ' ‘ i nees were added to in the cold war. Moreover the general consequence the Sen nants Comite, Mince 28e. 1¢ Ib
D : mot , post- provision of aid Ss scale ha development outlined is t Many such reach the Editor’s desk cach week, and readers a . on Curd, Hunter’s 58c. 1 Ib
; i nfortunate effects on Ster- i ce ict
@ ex : ice levels. Countric the countrie e th are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
i s There whict possessed, or which havé xi so reduce their capacity t
an th tial export been provided with, ample sup- export to dollar markets.’ be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
her f L mainly plies of sterling have in the main This was one of the factors
The x e | i te i intries. been expected to spend that which produced devaluation. It ance of good faith.








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20, 19

JIU

paby Parris
| found Dead
| Qn Floor

_MONTH-OLD Wendy
a daughter of Rosalie
St. Thomas,
floor at her

yris,, daugh
parris f Airy Cot,
oe dead on the

= by her mother at
*s home, ¥)

pout oo p.m. on Monday .

It is reported that her mother

the bed and went out.
ine he returned she found
“B® wendy between the bed and the
Pest
A
vest ing
= - District
for a week. aa Saat ae
NOTHER BABY, seven-w
A n of Rita Hoyte, of Bush
Hall,

‘mortem examination was
a by Dr. Cc. Clarke
uest was begun yester-
“Dp” and adjourned

“ee Michael, died at Dr.
ins’ Waiting ao at about
esday. An autopsy
$2.0. erformed at the Public
wortuary by Dr. Cummins and
death was ‘attributed to natural
cals UMBER OF PEOPLE told
Ane “Advocate” yesterday that
saw strange objects in the
which they thought were Fly-
sky Saucers, while they were
=, Colleton yard yesterday
ee at about 3.50 o’ctock.
y said that it was the first
ion that they had seen flying
dises'in the sky.
TEEN-YEAR-OLD Ken-
neth Thompson left home
st Gall Hill, Christ Church, on
» morning at 9 o’clock, and
to 8.45 p.m. he did not return
. was started but it did

A :
fruitful.
mT before 9.00 o'clock the
poy entered his home and said ha
had attended the Spartan-Empire
match at Kensington. He
bad

then walked back from
Bridgetown

ee

ee

to Gall Hill.

‘ATOES and yams were not

very plentiful during the

two weeks and housewives
jn the country districts had to
make use of rice. Last week
shops in these districts
signs reading ‘‘Riae is
,

oes

nosted
”

” Many people who had banana
cooked green bananas whilo
“hers from St. Joseph cou"d be
een going through St. Philip
in search of guinea corn, cassava
md Indian corn. eh
Many residents of St. Philip are
hoping to plant nuts in June

RUMOUR that there was a
scarcity of Kerosene Oil
pt St. John on Tuesday. To
the great surprise of many shop-

AEA ASS

Mekeepers, their shops were invaded
but they only told’ housewives
Withat there was no scarcity.

| LIFTON HALL ROAD, St.
| John, was the scene of an
MM@eecident at about 8.30 p.m. on
(Miesday between two bicycles.
Mone was ridden by Vincey Small

pf Kendal Hall and the other by
Reece of Bridges Hill, St.
George, The head lamp of Reece’s
bicycle was damaged.

HE LOSS of a Miller genera-
tor valued $2.50 was reported
by Douglas Parson of James
Wepireet. He stated that the genera-
wor was removed from his bicycle
Hephile it was parked outside the
Barbados Cotton Club on Sun-

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.C. HILL of Fontabelle re-

ported the loss of a turkey
ock valued $13 from his yard
ween Monday and Tuesday.

] HE LOSS of three fowls val-

ued $5.04 was reported by
Bay Street.
fowls were
residence on

rasa Howard of
he sted that the
fmoved from her
onday.

AWRENCE NURSE of Paynes
Bay was found guilty of
riving the motor car M-1998 on
's Street without being the
older of an appropriate driving
cence yesterday.
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell before
the case was tried ordered
Mm to pay £3 or in default under-
0 two months’ imprisonment.

MOLASSES CARGO
LEAVES TODAY

A shipment of molasses will be
ng for Three Rivers, Quebec
d Montreal by the S.S. “Alcoa
bnant” to-day.
The “Pennant” arrived yesterday
ming with only two motor
tks for Barbados.
' passengers have booked
Sail for Canada with this vessel.
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Rebels Surrender
IN INDONESIA

DJAKARTA, April 19.
Indonesian rebel forces in
ar, capital of East Indo-
to-day surrendered uncon-
Monally and gave up their arms,
Sn nounced officially here

ight.

Surrendered to the acting
Mander of the Nationalist
aa 0 Macassar, Major Pieters.
communique added that a
unit, which had landed
the south Celebes earlier in

| @day was marching on Macas-
,

mn



Tebels were being treated
‘Saptives, the communique said,
‘Main force of Naticnal-
was due to land soon.
Indonesian troops led by
Andi Abdul Azis revolted
acassar on April 5 to prevent
€ of federal troops.
April 14’ Azis flew to
ta, ‘the federal capital, to
n his action and was ar-
He is awaiting courtmar-
~—Reuter,

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Salvaging
Sunken Yawl
Has Started

Salvaging of the French Yaw!
“Potick,” which was for the
four months submerged in
inner basin of the Careenage
Was started yesterday

Schooners “Marea Henrietta’
and C.M.W. “Ipana” will do the job
while captains Selby and Comp
ton will supervise. ;

Parts of the schooner, such as
the booms and gaft, which were
easy to be removed, were taken
off yesterday by the “Marea Hen-
rietta” so as to lighten the vessel
for refloating.

Two divers were hired to dis-
conpegt these parts from the
vessel before being removed by
the “Henrietta’s” cranes. One of
Ahem when asked of the condition
of the hull, said that it was en-

the

tirely covered with black moss
and he could not determine its
condition.

To-day the workmen expect to
start on the refloating. They have
planned to raise the “Potick” from
the stern by rope and blocks at-
tached to the two schooners
When the vessel is sufficiently
above the water, a steel pump
will be brought into use to free
it of the water.

It is believed that the “Potick”
will have to be taken on dock
almost immediately after it has
been removed.

Now owner is Mr. James Mur-
ray whose bid of $550 at an
auction sale last week carried it
off.



Commonwealth XI
Will Tour India
3 West Indians To Go

LONDON, April 19.
The recent tour of a Common-
wealth Cricket Team to India,
Pakistan and Ceylon, proved such
a success that a second one has
been arranged for next winter.

Confirming this to-day, Mr.
George ; Duckworth, the former
Lancashire and England player,

who will again manage the team,
said that detailed arrangements
would be discussed with Mr. A. S.
De Mello, President of the Indian
Board of Control, when he comes
over in May to attend the Imperial
Cricket Conference at Lords.
The last side included nine Aus-
tralians, five Englishmen, and two
from the West Indies, but the next
team is likely to contain eleven
English players, mainly from
county sides, two Australians and
three West Indies. The team will

not be chosen until after the
M.C.C. have announced the party
to tour Australia and New Zea-

land.—Reuter.



Communists Claim

New Gains
HONG KONG, April 19.

Communist sources to - day
claimed new gains on Hainan
Gsland, contradicting Nationalist

reports that 5,000 out of 6,000
Communist invaders were out of
action and the remnant force
holding out in the hills.

The Pro-Communist Hong
Kong newspaper ‘Ta King-Pap,’
quoting sources in Canton, said the
Communist landing on Hainan on
Monday was the fifth and largest
since early in March and that the

Monday force, despite heavy
Nationalist artillery and ar
attacks, was beating inland to
join earlier invaders who have
linked up with guerillas in the
hills.

The Newspaper put out a
special edition _ acclaiming
“Another Communist Success.”

Independent Chinese reports here
said that 1,000 survivors of the
Monday landing had refused an
ultimatum to surrender, and that
Nationalist naval craft and
bombers were keeping close watch
on Hainan’s hopes to ‘prevent the
landing of Communist reinforce-
ments.

Nationalist forces
have sunk 20 out
craft, concentrated
Peninsula, opposite
night.

claimed to
of 100 river
on Luichow
Hainan, last

—Reuter.



Communists
Accused Of

Demonstrations

HAMBURG, April 19.
Max Bruer, Social Democratic
Burgomaster of Hamburg, today

accused an_ illegal Communis:
group of instigating last Friday’s
anti-Jewish demonstrations in

Hamburg. Bruer said the demon-
strations were staged to discredit
West Germany abroad—*‘the most
successful trick the Communists
could perform to the detriment
of our esteem.”

—Reuter.



New Belgian Cabinet
Possible Today

BRUSSELS, April 19.
The Belgian Premier Designate,

Paul Van Zeeland, returning to his
with

office from an _ interview
Prince Charles, the Belgian Re-
gent, told reporters tonight,

“Things are progressing and it is
not impossible that I will complete
niy Cabinet forming mission to-
morrow.”

Van Zeeland added that he will
continue his negotiations tomor-
row and will see the Regent on
Friday.—-Reuter.

NO PAY RISE
FOR COUNCILLORS

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
GRENADA, April 19
Grenada Legislature to-day de
feated by six votes to two a mo-)







tion by Hon. R. C. P. Moore seek- |
ng to double remuneration of!
Councillors. There were four ab-|
stentions

iuced the equire

to $80. Present salary $6
ubsistence | I

absent from the meeting

THE NEW SIGMUND PUMP—The modern piece of fire-fighting

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WHEN the Conference of the |= 7
Federation of Civil Service Asso- |\ =======eseeeee wz
ciations in the Caribbean. re-|{ i
assembled at Harrison College}

terday morning, the Minutes HERE AT LAST %

Third Conference held in ” ee :
British Guiana in 1948 were con- }} a?
firmed,

The Report of the Committee ‘
appointed to go into the Holme;

Report
adopted
The Conference decided to re-
quest the Secretary of State to
the necessary steps to im-
lement this report early as
including the setting up
Regional Commission, and

was presented and

PONDS
ANGEL FACE



as



m such Commission is _ insti-
tuted, to make representations [or ;
the inclusion of such services as

have been omitted from the
Holmes Report. New make up that goes on without water *
The Conference also directed in Flattering Shades :
that a telegram be sent to the :
Secretary of. State thanking him ¢

BRONZE ANGEL—PINK ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL

for the Message which had been
conveyed to them by the Gov-
ernor and expressing disappoint-
ment at the failure of the Secre-
tary of State to reply to the reso-

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e ° 84, > aes ;
? tutions passed at the last Con- I
Ir ade Station TAKES OFF IN ‘erence
20 SECONDS The Conference also moved a :
SAN, DIEGO, California, resolution congratulating Sir}
S a I t April 19. Hubert Rance on his appointment |—
wa S t er A 60 ton flying boat for the Seren of Trinidad SR eee eee eeeenenpeeenenenemeenmeeenes
Fi United States Navy—said to be cata ry 4 at this resolution be
A FIREMAN never enjoys a comfortable rest unless the fastest ever built—has made a aa
he is off duty. He is always on the alert and the slightest : i ke neh "te eicd 25 Years Ago Advocate, April 20
: ve ic ais 4 vy yur tur > eng »s the g ’ ,
sound can disturb his slumber. Apart from fires, these men 3 (le eek off : canes ‘ ge 1925
av gaily acci r : : . Jia {OO ) esterdé row r . pet les tok cee» p
hie daily assignments. They keep their equipment in Bar pice ae ae. a Wave speaks to wave in whispers:
J, Ade oie ; ‘ 2 ay for ; minutes far ar.
good condition; attend lectures pertaining to fire routine and It required only 20 seconds to In ri - ps Behe ah
Se e, oee ae es ; 1 light’s ow / gs t
exercise at Keep Fit Classes in the morning. take off —Reuter star ae ae: ne }
rere tere The Fire Brigade Station at : And ‘Gimily known. the acret
a Coleridg Stree as rece : : : mt i es
Â¥ i t re oaired. ute thie nerted thn SPAIN NOT CONNECTED vases 6f teeee
ounges gate was widened and the garage THE HAGUE, April 19 Hints in the dark at myriad mys-
e enlargened to accommodate two The Spanish Gove ent is not 4, Spee
Ski er—But Fire Engines The Foreman’s connected in any w with possi- Now is the moment when we feel
Office was also renovated. ble plans for the f Spanish _ Out place t
‘ - be. he Station houses 23 Firemen, Military bases as par he North SWing in the emptiness of mighty
20 Y rs At Sea including the Foreman, three Atlantic Defence, the v Spanish Space:
Sergeants and four Corporals. It pene to the Netherlands, Don The unlit orb we ride spins,
: = : B is equipped with three Sigmund Fernandez Villaverde y Roca de lustreless,
CAPTAIN Alfred Compton, a Pumps, two wagons and 12,500 Togores, said here to-day Across the vast black void of
32-year-old St. Lucian, who has feet of hose Reuter. lonliness W.l
been skippering the 49-ton schoon- , }
er “ C. M, W. Ipana” for the past Roll Call y r ;
two months, is perhaps the young- At 5.55 i.m. the Fireman ( ONFEDER 7
est captain of intercolonial craft falls in for Roll Call and the A l cate df L }
Which call’ at Barbados duties for the day are announced 7 7
Yet Alfred has bee seamé r : ; 5 Y TN] F:
et 4 € as been a seaman by the Foreman or Senior Ser- / /
for 20 years. He is one of seven geant in charge. On Monday it’ 4 +“
brothers, five of whom took to the Physical Training on the Parade
sea. On leaving school, he decid- sq . he C - 4 MR IDRPW cEuP ‘ }
1 ’ 1 Square at the Central Station Ik. ANDREW SHEPPARD f ‘epresentativ
ad to be a ombin bay, to his fathen; “eee hae, cre, Central Stadio ii % a LE SHEPPARD, local re presentative of
who was skipper of sloop “Can- They attend lectures on Tuesday: on nied rati mn iife Association, will be leaving for '
aries”. . ___ Wednesday is Fire Drill while on amaica on Sunday, 23rd April to attend the company’s
; ivery. shilling I have worked Thursday the Firemen drill along Convention of Representatives in the Caribbean Area, South |
or, rave made on the sea,” he with the Police, Friday morning and Central America
told the Advocate, “and I will jg either Physical Training « He will a. c
nasa ladwetenkene- tachne th ae pe ee ae Bese as n the Trinidad will be the famous Shaw Park :
sailed as mate of schooners begin’\cleaning’ asme ae their Seawell Nit the Assoc on at Hotel which is situated on a hill 3
“Adalina”, ‘“Laudalpha” and & anl a in t Will t ATP rt cludi Mr, approximately 10 miles from }
Ctncealtatihe’ andi » 4p, equipment for Saturday morn- illard G. Grant, Major R. J Kingst The o “re '
Novelist boatswain of the ine’s inspection On Sat Morrisor Toint ani See OD ne members of the u
American Transport Service jney do ~ anaeel olen F hese W. M (Po re D Managers; Mrs. Association are among those who,
“QM114” eager Et ae * ae se Oe aa a i ate rae Or- qualified, by successful life under- |
the pectio whieh takes sanser, and Messrs, J. Fergusson, writing, to be present at the Con- sis i
Captain Compton had a very place at 10.00 a.m J Ferraz, and R. Als, Trinidad vention where various matters INSIST ON
exciting sea life Hurricanes, Yomee ae” th an ‘ Representatives. will be discussed with other
drifts and various accidents he ex- i per from these assignments Mr. Sheppard ll be away officials from ‘the Head Office |
perienced, many of which he could the | Fireman has many other for one week in Jam 1ica and two from the Head Office : Toronto | | \ ] My | \ ,
not recollect at the moment duties of his own. He has to keep weeks rrinidad where he will Canada F Certain * concave SI E A '
On some trips the sails, spars, the Station clean and shines visit relatives and business ac- have haan ‘invited E “ive talks '
booms and rudders were put out brass on the Sigmund Pump, Fire quaintances before returning and Mr. Sheppard's talk will be
of commission, but he was always Extinguishers and other | equip- The locality of the Convention on Quality Business ” |

lucky to reach the nearest
without ever being hurt.

port

“ ”
Lost

Sometime in 1937, the “Can-

aries” on which he was then a

sailor, was reported lost for three
months and 25 days before it was
found at Venezuela.

The “Canaries” had sailed from
Trinidad bound for St. Lucia. The
crew never starved a day, Cap-
tain Compton said. Every day
they caught fresh fish in sufficient
quantities to satisfy them until
they got to Venezuela

War stepped in and Captain
Compton, then mate of the “Can-
aries”, gave up his ship to become
boatswain of the American Trans-



port “QM114". He remained on
this ship for three years.
He had a narrow escape while

in this service. In 1945 when his
ship had put into British Guiana
for just two hours, he heard the
report that a ship was torpedoed
in the vicinity.

That same year he resigned and
went back home to be made boat-
swain of the “Albertha Compton

which has sometime ago been
burnt up while lying in harbour

at Port-of-Spain.

One year and six months he
spent on that vessel and then went
over to be mate of the “Ipana”
Six months later he sat the Cap-
tain’; examination and passed. In
April, 1949, he became master of
the “Ipana’

3 Experiences
Captain Compton told of three
experiences which he believed he

would never forget.
Once, this time as mate of the
“Canaries”, he and the crew were

out to sea for three days without

water. They were about 20 miles
from St. Lucia when thev is-
covered that all the water had
leaked cut oi the cask. When they
reached St. Lucia, neither of them
could drink more than gill

Some yecrs after, the “Albertha

Compton” yan out of water about
180 miles from Surinam with 113
emigrants from St. Lucia on
board. Luckily a ship came to
their assistance and gave them
water and food

On another occasion, his ship

was caught in a storm when hav-
ing sailed for a day on a voyage
from Trinidad to Guadeloupe
The bowsprit, sails and mainboom
were destroyed leaving them at
the mercies of the sea.

The ship, the name of which he
did not remember at the time, was
drifting for two days before they

could get assistance Another
schooner came for the weather-
beaten schooner and towed it

back to Trinidad

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ment. After 4.00 p.m., they relax,
but even after this time the phone
may ring and they have to rush |
ff to a fire.

Dr

men

relaxation th
enjoy a game of
ther recreation
equipped with a radio
tables

iring period

qominod
ecaras
which is

chairs and

ll roo.

The Sentry

Firemen
for duty at
Fireman on
the phone call—in
of a fire—and gives the alarm
Each man works in two-hour}
shifts !

On the other hand three menj
are appointed daily for cleaning |
hydrants This duty is done j
every day, with the exception |
of Christmas Day, Good Friday |
and on Sundays. They are 18}
divisions to keep clean and the |

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Four different
nted daily

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are
appe the }
gate

celves

duty |
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men have to travel into
district Maxwell,
ersal Tu I

Road
Salter

distant
Hoth-

uch a

rning, Lodge

Fireman
in his job
any discip-
against an)

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interest
very rarely there
linary action brought
of them

takes }
a keen and

naz-
fire

is the

out
control
the

of a

not least

of putting
under
leaves
scene
of
it

Last
araous
or getting
When the
Station to
the

but
job a

it

wagon
go to the
Superintendent
Brigade accompanies
ions, such when
rge fire, one or two

On

is

Police

vans, loaded with Constables and
}
}

fire
Fire

occa as there

a il

Bandsmen, follow the wagon
Some of the Firemen, Constables
and 3andmen are armed
hatchets and Fire Extinguishers
Othe ( Lhe one
or two placed of
hydrants j

Very
nen suffe

witna

ar in charge
of the

injuries

ofte ome
“om

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TONO (Medium tins)" 1.19
NESTLES MILO
Tonic Food (tins) 1.07
OVALTINE
(Large tins) 1.24
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(Medium tius) ... .72 \
VITA-CUP (tins) ... .70 Marmalades « Syrups
CAD. BOURN- Hartleys Marmelade
VITA (tins) 70 (Jars lib.) = 38c.
HEMO (tins) 1.05 Frank Coopers Oxford

..Marmalade (Jars 1 lb)
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1
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Requisites ai tien

LIFEBUOY Toilet Soap 1 5c.’
LUX Toilet Soap .... l6c.
CASHMERE

Marmalade (Jar 1b.)
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Bema Molasses (tins) 23c.
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OXYDOL (Packs) 33 & 7c.
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Aust. Peanut Butter (Jars)
12 oz, 64c., 10 oz, 55c.

4 oz, 35c.
Aust. PEANUTS (tins) 38c.
S.A. PINEAPPLE JAM 68c.
S.A, APRICOT JAM 53c.
Letona Sweet Orange Jam
Apricot
» Plum Jam
» Black Currant Jam
Seas 60c.
Melon & Giger
Jam 47c.

Canned
Vegetables

LADY DANE PEAS
(tins) .... 40c.
LIN CAN PEAS (tins) 34c.
BACHELOR PEAS
(tims) ....
DUTCH CARROTS
(tins) .... 36
BAHAMA TOMATOES
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

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DIED

JONES.—' f€ Road, St. Michael
dence Flag el leave her late resi-





WAN yesterday at her asl

FOR RENT







Her yelock this morning fo. ; HOUSES
gore st colinecs Chusch, White} ———— ‘i
aS ed
iends are . — On-Sea,
Cemetery S (Mother) Randal, Ann, ! Chueh, Fal io met ee ott
Muriel Jones (children). | Four Drawing

Coland
merente Wd Cher (Sister). Fitz Gerald,
Feyacinth: Cyril Jones (Brothere:tvtaw?.

by his
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: ‘Durants’ Reeces’ Family.
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CAR—1949 Austin A-70, damaged in

: sale by auction on in-

seater fom. totus Goi

on wee!
BLADON

" DIXON & :
a3 pm 20.4,50—in.

CAR—One Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in Al
mechanical condition. L, Alleyne, Fort
Royal Garage Ltd. 9.4.50.—7n,
———$2[—_—

Sedan Car, (1)

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CAR—Standard 8 H.P. Greet) vee
or without Radio. Apply: jet om
ft Plantations Building. Telephone
| es. 18.4.50—3n.



VAN— 1948 (June) Fordson i0 cwt.
Van mileage under 9,000, owner
. In good condition, for viewing.
$900.00 or nearest offer. Apply:
A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.
18,.4,50—3n,





ELECTRICAL

COOLERATOR—7 C.F. Good condi-
. Barbados Ice Co., Bay Street,
20.4.50—4n,



REFRIGERATOR—New 1949 General
8 Cubic Feet with guanantee.
3189, 19.4,50—3n.

SEVERAL DEEP FREEZERS conai- |
tion as new with guarantees at Ralph
_ A. Beard’s Auction Rooms, Hardwood
Alley. Phone 4683. 20.4.50—2n








| HORSE— (1) Thoroughbred. Filly by
| Roibon, could race in August. Her Dam

4 72, r Bacaquomec. Apply G. L.

» Norwood, St. James.

Yl 18.4.50—3n



of every description

China, old Jewels, fine Silver,

Early books, Maps, Auto-

Gorringes Antique Snop,
Royal Yacht Club.

1.9.49,—t.f.n.

| , ANTISEPTIC DUSTING POWDER—A
| delicate and harmless nursery and toilet
y for the relief of all forms of
irritations amd for excessive

- CC. FP. Harrison & Co.
19.4,.50—2n.

BOOTS WORM SYRUP—A pleasant
| Mud reliable preparation for freeing

from worms. C. F. Harrison
19,4, 50—2n.

a
g@AULOONS — Assorted Colours and

i] gt some for the kiddies—Knights
. 19.4,.50—2n.

BUS AND TRUCK TYRES, made by
‘Aenley of England and ‘are world
Acwtbigg We have just received a
‘ Shipment of these 32 x 6 ien
h we invite you to see—you
our prices just what they
+ John F. Hutsan Ltd.
19.4,50—3n.

of Cutlery containing 127
plated A.1, In delightful
at Ralph A. Beard’s Aubtion
Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683.

20.4,50—2n.

trai boy’s ommner coat,
ored. Length ". Smail
‘als linen coat’ length 17". Ring 8474.
20.4.50—1n.

All Varieties and makes
from aoe be cs ag each. No
complete w: ut a Camera —
Drug Stores.

19.4.50—2n.

KNEES CAPS, STOCKINGS
sizes, just Knights Drug
4.50—2n














































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Seen eee
& 6O., LTD.
25,3.50—t.f.n

‘USHES—ALL kinds Nylon &
including the Jamores
PEARSON” — Knights Drug
19.4,50—2n.














FRIGEMINTS — A ta:
mp te all Gus ane
, 16.4,50—6n.

HOUSE.—Good con-
20.4.50—In.

and delicious Pop-
. Price 17c.
LTD.

20.4,50—2n

|, RETRBA DED
®: $88.28 Geo, TRUCK TYRES—6.50_
: a 7.41. X 7: $46.90.
* 20.4.50—t.f.n.

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NEW GENUINE DRY

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PLAT NO. aa
mil. 3—White Hall, Codrington

June ist. Fully furnished,
2 Bedrooms. Apply: Mrs. Lynch, White

Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427.
16.4.50—5n

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.

———_
HOUSE TO LET—From 15th May t
Sept. 20th. Large fully furnishea hotse

St. James coast, cool position. Excellent
bathing. $75 monthly. Ring Dons 3249.
13.4.50—7n,

Coast, Excellent sea bathing. Fully fur-
nished; four bedrooms, Refrigerator,

9.4.50.—t.f.n,

REST COT—On Sea, Welches, Max-
well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From Ma;
Ist. Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t. fn.
—

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S. Maffei
A beautiful imposing building over-
jooking Rockley Bay next to the in-
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly
constructed. Fully furnished complete
with linen and cutlery. Studebaker
Car if required. From May Ist for four
to six months. For further particulars
apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 after
4 p.m. 20.4.50—10n

“WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, for ihe
months of May, June and November
Apply: Mirs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-
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WANTED







HELP

An Assistant Master for the Christ
Church Boys’ Foundation School, from
the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and
General Form Subjects.

Salary on approved Scale according to
qualification and experience.

Applications should be sent with full
details of qualification and experience,
to the Headmaster not later than 22nd

April.
W.H ANTR3US,
Sec, to Gov. Body,
Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation Schoo),
9.4.50—7n,

—_———
MATRON—For Old Lady's Home
Must be a good housekeeper and have
some knowledge of nursing. Apply



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EXPERIENCED NURSE—Apply Mrs
Newman. Passage House, Passage Rd
20.4.50—-t.f.n

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lery and scraps. Y, De Lima & Co., Ltd.,
20 Broad Street. 15,4,50—6n,





USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
Prompt cash paid for used stamps
If you wish, merchandise, cugh as

eamerap, Clothing, pens, etc, will be

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stamps. ROBERT MATHIEU, WIN-

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CLUB SECRETARYSHIP
VACANT:

APPLICATIONS are invited for the
Secretaryship of the St. Clair Club,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which becomes
vacant on the 3ist. July, 1950. Free
quarters suitable for retired married
couple together with light and telephone.

Written applications should be ad-

to:
VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club,
11 Maraval Road.
15.4.50—6n.



NOTICE

I HEREBY NOTIFY that Nathwrnal
Thakurdas Chatlani has been baptised
by the Very Rev. Dean Hutchinson

This 18th day of November 1949, I
signed my will that the Very Rev. Dean
hutchinson should be executor for Iny

“Owing to the difficulty of tendering
for the replacement of the Ceiling at

ing the old one, I now call for tenders
for the removal of the main ceiling of
the Parish Church.

Tenders will be received by me up to
a 1950.""
— W. U. GOODING,

Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.

19.4,50—6n.

|

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Bornns Bay Rum
Co. per A. A. Guilier of St. Michael
Row, City for permission to sell Spirits.
Malt Liquors, &¢c., at a two storey wal
building at corner of Hardwood Alley
and St. Michael’s Row, City.

Dated this 19th day of April 1950.
To:—D. D. MORRIS Esq.

Police Magistrate, Dist.








.B.—This licatoin will be con-
siaeed ata Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Mon-
day the Ist day of May 1950 a1 11 o'clock

bas D. D. MORRIS,

Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.-
a , 20.4,50—In





For Sale=Conid





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AUCTION



I will seli by

of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th
April at two
i x 10 house And
a wo o'clock on
Str obliquely oppo. :
Club Gap a chattel build
ton. It consists of gallery,
dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitch

tollet and palings. Both houses to
removed and must be sold.
Terms Cash.

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,



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Princess Louise, Sch. Philip H. Davic- LADY RODNEY Tuesday were
ee INSTRUCTION received from the i. f eo
7 S Migs estate of MARY FRAN-/ Caroline, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Mrs. D. C. Salles. Miss Joan Humphrey, Miss R. Newsam,

cIs M deceased I will sell

Thursday 20th April 1950 at School Lanc| Jones. Sch. Henrv D. Wallace, Sch. United — Mr. and Mrs, FE. C., Pearson, Mr. J, M. D. Greaves, Bishop George Weld, Mr.

Hall's , One
td Double roofed Chat:

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auction at her vard at head

|
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By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
of
oclock one newly built
i on Thursday the
the spot at Bay
the Aquatic

irawing and

Auctioneer. | Emanuel Gordon, Sch. Burma D, Sch. Capt. Ollivierre. for British Guiane, Richard Davies, Warren Bennett, Paul
15.4.50—4n, | Frances W. Smith, Sch. Lucille Smith, Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Talbot, William Bradbury, Thelma Brad-





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Gone With The Wind—Almost

CAPETOWN: Eimer Harvey, ed out of the window. Elmer 2
eged 52, was counting banknotes cut at the next station, ploddeg
in a train approaching Capetown back along the permanent way i ‘i
when suddenly the train entered the tunnel, and there he pickegsâ„¢



ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.L.
FROM TRINIDAD

Mary Harford, Clifford Corbin, Robert/a tunnel, and £10 notes were up 30 £10 notes stuck to f2ncoll
Doushn, Marie Glarsher, Woodley An-







Yr tals
thony, Edwin Cooper-Scott, Celi Ruth.| Snatched, by the wind and scatter- and lying on the metals.
vem-Murray, Alan Ruthvem-Murray,
Hans Kugler, Sonja Scott, Ceeil Bur!
Morell Bourne, Heather Roach, Johi
Ruddock, Margaret Ruddock, George
IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina, Sch. Divine, for St. Vincent: Agents: Da Costa Howarth, Doris Howarth, Gerald Bourne,
Marea Henrietta, Sch. Everdene. Sch. & Co., Ltd. Phyllis Bourne, Jennifer Bourne, George
CM.V. Ipana, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Schooner Geraldine H., 37 tons net, Bourne, Hetty Francis, Malcolm’ Arthur,





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Sch. Hazel Scott, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch. Passengers leaving by the R.S.M, bury.
; Fae : FROM DEMERARA ’

Miss G. Dolphin, Mrs. C. Humphrey,





son, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Mary E. For St. Lucia:
on | Laudalpha, Yacht Beegic. Sch. Molley N. For Dominica: Mrs, E, Greaves, Miss N. Greaves, Master






The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-







































tel} Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady Zoileen, Sch. Gordon, Mrs. B. L. Pinard and nfant. John Perkins, Mr, Reuben Osborne, Mrs. ae Cale sae erm foc
f, paling and usual out Cloris Henrietta. For Antigua: M. Osborne, Mrs. E. Pierce, Mr. Ken mominica, Antigua, ‘ist A “4 }
noon Land cin tbe Sock, the afters ae PSUNGEPARTURES BY E.W.LA.I See ee ; isn, Sydney May 26th, Brice
can be rented at $1.50 ARRIVALS For St. Kitts: atch creaieetensl « “ ° i. i
month at ah: Cana 4,306 tons net, Capt. _ Mr. C. Seale. FOR LA GUAIRA The M.V. Deerwood will ac bane, hig out eee aro
KENRICK N, ALLSOPP, Weir, from Trinidad; Agents: Plantations For Bermuda: Mr. Kehneth Parker, Miss Mativ De a tae Syincents Grenada, wie oe ete
Auctioneer Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Greene, Mrs. ©, Bont, Mr. Miguel Herrera, Mrs, Maria » Lucia, oS cal! will be
Kew Rd. St. Michael. SS. Alcoa Pennant, 3,945 tons net. Capt. Henderson, Mrs. R. Snyders, Mrs. RB. Herrera, Mr, Hector Briceno, Mrs, Bertha|{]| Aruba, date ame
12.4.50—Sn, | Henke, from Trinidad; Agents: Da Costa Snyders, Mr. A. E. Norcross on eee Se a Mr, given.
& Co. Ltd, Per Boston: arry Jordan, Mr. lone} y NER OWNERS’
eee} Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons nét, Mrs. A. Greathead. Mr. and Mra. T. FOR ST. LUCIA ea Seeman, 4
REAL Capt. Noel, from Dominica; Agents: Smith, Mrs. W. Foote, Miss S. Faile« Mr. William Armstrong. Leeward bs oF
ESTATE Schooner Owners’ Association, Mrs. G, Hinkson, Miss E. Me Carthy-O' FOR ANTIGUA For further particukars appiy:— a

Senor ee ——- M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. Leary, Mr. E. Crovn, Mr. and Mrs _Mr. Geo. Weld, Miss Daisy Demarest, TEL, 4041 FURNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTL}

AT the office of the undersigned on! Gumbs, from Dominica; Agents: Schooner Sehneider, Mr, and Mrs. B, Graham, Mr, Father Taverniers, Mrs. Christine Roberts, Agents Trinidad.
Friday the 2ist instant at 2 p.m. at| Owners’ Association. and Mrs, H, Binnet, Mr. and Mrs. H, Mrs. Umbana Farara, Rev, Dunean Moore. DA COSTA & CO. LTD
Public competition:— S.S. Byfiord, 1,109 tons net, Capt. Cross. Agents Barbados.

61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT’ Tharaldsen, from Guadeloupe; Agents: For Halifax: MAIL NOTICES

CO. LIMITED Robert Thom Ltd. Miss F. Johnson. Miss A. Cox, Mr:
97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN- DEPARTURES \. M. Me Kay, Mr. and Mrs. J. D
SURANCE co;

43 shares in the WESTINDIA RUM say, for Antigua; Agents: Da Costa & S. L. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Ad

Sch. Gardenia W. will’ be closed at the . §
t : * * General Post Office as under:— 0.
sehon ix ees re on : : rE Pomcel Mail at 10.30 a.m., Register- 7
nares he BARBADOS. SHIP | “S'S. Alcoa Pointer, 3,931 tons net, Capt. FE. M. Lyall ed Mail at 10. a.m., Ovdinary Mail at ¥
24 sh j

INERY LTD.

ares in the B'DOS ICE CO., LTD. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION 1\-45 a.m. on the 20th April 1950.

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
14.4. 50—6:





BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone, municate with the following shins S.S. Kastor, S.S. Benny, S

newly constructed. Three Bedroon

Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m
18.4.50—6;

S. Aicoa Fost Office as under:— NEW YORK SERVICE
* ES Sane Barbados Coast Station:— Pennant, S.S. Loide Peru, SS. Del Pereei Mail at 1? noon, Registered a wae |
i S i s.S maine, S.S. Lady Nelson, S.S. Notre, S.S. Alcoa Pointe, SS Stella Mail at 1.20 Ordinary 5 4 v.Â¥. 0: 7
runni: water, 2 5 , a . a \y ‘oa . a #0 p.m., inary Mail at 2.30
Garage halt ee. wns. Archie | St@la Lykes, SS. Alcoa Clipper, S.S. Polaris, §.S. Southern Counties, SS Skt Ot 1 Pam. waa $8 “BYFJORD" ................ Ree qth April 17th April |
BS tod pm ue | Alcoa Roamer, S.S. Hyeres, SS .Fort- Sunmont, S.S. Byfjord, S.S. Gascogne WUE seciesencsecsdccsccnsee SOU Apri 8th May ]







Sagona, S.S. Solarium, S.S. ° Regent Nidiriand. §'S Torrance Hills, S.S. S 1 or x NEW ORLEANS SERVICE dj]
ial tear te Rd ee eee . gen di . . %
DWELLING HOUSE & BusINFse | Leopard, SS. ern Gulf, s.S Aula, S.S. S. Rosa, S..S. Elizabeth, } TV SETS PROBLEM v6 B'dos yl
PPEMISES Contz oe ee Rangitoto, S.S. inchester, S.S. Fort- SS. Strasbourg, SS. Hermanfritzen, ee ° og j
4,682 square nae sh RE eee Amherst, S.S. Sun Valley, S.S Cana- S.S Adelaide, S.S. Solarium, s.s WASHINGTON: Parents are} SS an coh RO. f j iy a ord April ti
nee ‘s dian Cruiser, S.S. Dolores, S.S. Johilla, Yamenot, S.S | Nereide complaining that TV is turning VAPRE aAnEn BE ee 19h ‘Abril “4th May tl
aA at: a oe i Se | Sec ahaha’ ‘ j 4
tutieas et aed caren coe Tv NOTICE their offspring into problem cme nerereeemetnneananers Sr een eee == ll
DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and - children. This is what they had SOLTHBOUND — econ: |
hy rooms, entrance to, garage. Front- to say in answer to a questionnaire} * 4
age: 0 vashing tanks, and many sent out by the schools: Children Name of Shi Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados |
OCP STATE, Conereted throughout HOUSING BOARD from five to seven had tan- eae N
IPSTs , bedrooms, large draw- ‘ ‘ 7 B8,.' o Pi , April 28th May Ist lay 11th
ing ani dining rooms, toilet and bath Vacancy for female Clerical Assistant trums when the set was shut off ee ee A Renant’ May 12th May 15th May 25th
room ront verandah ‘ . rae . at dinnertime and még p ss Ale Patriot’ M 26th May 29th June 9th (
Electric light, power and water are Applications are invited for the post of Clerical Assistant (female) . me Toney et Re
installed — throughout. Inspection by | FTousi Bihars had less interest in playing out- eatanniun F
appointment. Phone 2297 ’ OUSLEE oarda, ; : doors; eight-year-olds either| ° ane
qoipenitn ate be set up to public The salary of the post, which is non-pensionable and terminable | rushed through their meals or Name of Ship Arrives Barbados /
é e omice o the i or - + : : . : ; sic j ; |
signed on Friday the 28th., April 1950 | at one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of $480 x 48— | insisted upon eating in the samej .. . Aiken O65 at April 191i For St. Lawrence River Ports ]
at 3p m. For further parigulars and | $1900 room with the set; nine-year-| &'s’ «Seanreere®™ April 19th » St. John, Halifax 4
conditions of sale apply to . va : olds refused to go to bed early} St. Lawrence River. Ports | ng
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD Applicants should have a knowledge of shorthand and typing. and, when one did ‘anaes SS. “Alcoa Puritan’ May Ist » St. John, Montreal, 1
Jane ees Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi- from occasional - nightmares: in wet ies sadapesicsic }
18.4.50—6n. | ence, together with copies of testimonials, should be addressed to the | the ten to 13 age groups, parents Apply : eT ie, ee ee ae *Gult ease
SSE " aie s : : - | * era _ 0 . rice. W
Pa HAVEN” ~—- Brighton Beach. | Secretary, Housing Board, the Garrison and will be accepted up to {found school marks were down ree . 3 i)
Sma ouse, all conveniences, near] 4 p.m. on 26th April 0 » F 9 are te in |
beach and bus. Low land rent. In- I pril, 1950. 0.4.50 ou . ‘ ~ “ Toes ae.
Ne ene remises at any the op | nny ENTERPRISING !
hone Owner at 3188 18.4.50—3n — — ;
3 ———== — +
“Stee SU hee meee OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE LONG ISLAND: Anxious to get ]
ing BLUE WATERS), on the land side} BARBADOS BARiabing rid of his stock of old flivvers in A M WEBB ORIENT Al |
of the road facing the Bay with 13,40” IN THE ISTANT COURT OF IN THE ASSISTANT couRT or | time for the spring rush, a motor . ° 4 4 - }
ae an oe ane including the lan : APPEAL APPEAL dealer advertised in all the New + one Hy
amon Th ih Aan ME ai (Equitable Jurisdiction) (Equitable Jurisdiction) York papers that he would accept a GOODs oe i
drawing and dining rooms, three bed. DOROTHY CLOTILDA LOUISE RUTH ANN ALLEYNE Plaintiff} a dozen eggs for down-payment. — py |
peor we running water, and all other SE CYRAL WHARTON Defendant! “We've got the crates,” he said Stocks — Bonds — Shares CURIOS, = =JEWELLERY, |
offices luding kitchen with cupboards jie Be aie as IN pursuance of an Order in this | «. es ; ee a se BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD @ |
Water, Electricity, Gas and Radio BEATRICE ELOISE WILSON Court in the above action made om the | YOU bring the eggs. Both Local and Foreign . YÂ¥, ETC a
installed. Garage ‘and Servants rooms Defendant: Mth day of April 1950, I give notice : CANBAL, IVORY, Eat “|
7 . r . ~ _ nl .
in yard IN pursuance of an Order in this | ‘0 all persons having any estate, ‘right or THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE Bought and Sold THANI BROS. 4
non any day—Phone 8365, Mr.| Court in the above action mace om the /interes. in or any lien or incumbrance 1 i
amy. 18th day of April 1950, 1 give notice | @ffeetieg all that certain piece or parcel ‘ IrFORN : ( a j wed 4]
The above will be set up to public] to all persons, having any estate, right | of land cituste at St. Davids Road in CALL IRNTAY | . ane os ihe rer |
competition at the office of the under-| or interest in or any lien or incum-|the parish of Christ Chunty in this | large publishers advances ever 4 A
wigned on Friday, the 2Ist of April, 1950, | brance affecting All that certain piece | island. containing by admeasurement | give 3000) will be paid to 155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown Pr. W Hy, Streeé Hy |
a -‘m, or parcel of land (formerly part of 2] 0M rod or thereabouts ‘butting and | qt, » Neuen ‘ . in= . . . . m, »s . AI
CARRINGTON & SEALY, lorgey area of land containing by ad-| bouncing on lands of R. Harewood} Sathleen (Forever Amber) Win- Dial 3188, -:- Hours : 9-3 Dial 3466 i
@ 2 Lucas Street. | measurement One acre, two roods,| deceased, I, Forde on two sides mien | sor for her second novel “Stat . : 4
1.3,50—12n, ,| Uwenty one perches or thereabouts | the Public Rood or however else the} Money’. Opening sentence of the |Us-—-s = - 8
. . ‘ which formed part of the lands of Mount] fame may abut and bound to bring + ras ¢ , an’s an ¥
; The undersigned will offer for Sale| Cjapham Plantation) situate in the | before me an account of their said book ” It was a woman's bed heatidinatnas . _— 4
at their Offices, No: 17, High Street, | parish of Christ Church and island | claims with their witnesses, documents | TOOM, ee hay oui ee eo. eee tae ae ae oe j
Bridgetown, on Friday the 2st day of

April 1950, at 2 p.m.

A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- the uts ¢ a
dos Mutual Life Assurance Society, on ereabouts abutting and bounding on

the life of A.P. aged 71 years

POT Tee se Vea ds oes BA $ 9,000.00
Sonus to 1945 6,896 00
Present’ Surrender Value .. 11,197.00

COTTLE, CATFORD, & cp. | 24, bound.

16.4. 50—br

—_-__-_oOoOoOo

We will set up for sale at public cow

petition at our Office No: 17, High St.| Clerk of the
on Friday. the 28th day of}

Bridgetown
April 1950
All_ that



2.30 p.m.:



dwelling house known as The Bric

House and the land thereto belonging,
containing by admeasurement 3,024

square feet or thereabouts situate, <
Spry St. Bridgetown.

Inspection any days except Sunday.
on application on the premises

- For Pac Ha Per st oa nesday the 2lst day of June 1950 at 10 heat abhincl sat’ i-gs Slats isha
ions of Sale, apply to the undersigned: | oelock a.m. when their said clatn » ’
‘COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO.) Will be ranked OFFICIAL SALE iheh: ‘Suite! bikaonsas: | end FOR y
16.4.50-—11m Given under my hand this 18th day RAPPADOS

WE t wblic | ©! April 1950 ‘IN T SSIST P 2 | ther Drawing and Dining Room .
WE will set up for sale at public} ° : I. V. GILKES. IN THE AS SDANT. COURT OF ‘ a vs . ,

competition at our Office No: 17, High Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of 7 . ae Turniture, Deaks, Kitchen Cabi- T AN KS

Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th | Appeal (Equitable Jurisdiction | 8, L [ Ne

day of April 1950 at 2 p.m 20.4,50—fn RUTH ANN ALLEYNE Plaintiff nets for Office or Puntry whl Z

f A Dwelling house (formerly the; CYRIL WHARTON Defendant } “The Board of Control, Atkinson Field offers for sale a
‘lanager’s House of Goodland Planta- a , 5 dine your! tn pay: and ionhin vole )

tion) in the Parish vf Saint Michael, | NOTICE is hereby gven that by virtue - -



taining by admeasurement 1 Acre,
toods, 442 Perches or thereabouts

Inspection’ any day between 10 a.m BARBADOS.

and 12 o'clock noon.
For further particulars and Cond
tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:



i

se omen ;

, CATFORD, & CO DOROTHY CLOTILDA LOUISE i ae ee coil |

16.4.50-- "On MORRISON June 1950 Trafalgar Street. Dial 4060 16,700 Imp. Gls, My 10’ x 32 Cylindrical ts

| Plaintiff: All that certain piece or papcel 920'800 Y%" 10’ 6” x 39 mt |

—armmmrereeineensiaennnreenniiete BEATRICE BLOISE WILSON a = > ae ” ” )

A PORTION of a Cocoanut Estate in Defendant: the parish of Christ Chuve'n % (
St. LUCIA — 300 to 400 acres, with jap- ee

proximately 5,000 bearing cocoanut tree





, |
. tue of an Order of an Assidtant Court eT ie
and m y young trees. Unplanted land J he . pon apts | bounding on lands of R. Harewood . aor , i
sul or cocoa, cocoanuts and bana- | SisqRpen, Gated tne 18th day of April | ceceased, I. Forde on two sides and on 208,000 , 5 Ye" 60’ x 12 Round +
5 ~ +) Non dtd Ue ‘ sale ~ - 2 ‘ i « £99 » fin tu?

nas. Situated 7 miles from Casuies on the highest bidder at co Giles a the the Public Road or however else the Tanks will be sold “where is” and “as is’. bs
Government main raad which 11s 1 Clert f the A: : - ~ a ame may abut and bound end if not

miles through the land, Excellent house sore =O ne ssigtant Court of Appea

site 600 feet abave sea-level with
neverfailing spring near by Piece ricit

o'clock in t s r Pride ce
available from power plant on nearby | 9. » the afternoon on Friday th

estate.
Apply G LL. HARFORD,
Norwood,
St. Jaynes

20.4.50-—6n two roods, twenty one perches or there-





I bnive been instructed to offer fe

sale that comfortable cottage. called

“Homestead”, situated at Crumpto
Sireet. It has gallery, drawing and di:

ing rooms, (2) bedrooms with extra] \" di oD
room, kitchen, water toilet and beth | l#nds_of F. li. J. Roberts, on Jands of

room in yard for keeping goats. In
mediate possession
Apply to D'ARCY A. SCOTT

20.4.50—4n | Clapham Road or however else {ie samé



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S.S). Indore, 4,177 tons net, Capt. Ram- Brewer. Miss P. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs Mails for St. Vincent, Trinidat by the



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Matis for Martinique, Guadeloupe,

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atoresaid containing by admegsurement | and vouchers, to be examined by me on
thirty seven and two seventh perches of













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jands of F. L. J. Roberts om lands o



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alternoon, at the Office of the Clerk ot \ e e
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the When Furnishing FOR SALE
Court House, Bridgetown, before the )
| “EVANTON”
4

28th day of June 1950, in order that

(Next to “Yeovilton”, Top Rock)
Standing on nearly % Acre, a delightful Modern Residence,
now nearing completion, having Three Bedrooms, a Large
Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Two fully tiled Bath and



the Estate of Solomon Best decersed, «
lands of Samuel Milbert Morrison and
on the Public Road knewy as Claphe
Road or however else the same may abut



stich claims may be ranked according . ~, 3

to the nature and priority thereof You like Style, Strength and
respeqtively; otherwise such persens .

will be preclued fram the benefit of Comfort and

the said Decree, and be deprived of



T. bring before me an accoumt of their
seid claims with their witnesses, docu
ments and vouchers, to be examined by
me on any Tuesday, or Friday between
the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Office of the
Assistant Court of Appeo!




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gf Cal or aghinst the opens Voving M ‘vy. (00
Faas ate et eh Saving Money, (00
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: : Toilet. Outside, two car Garage, Two Servants’ rooms & Toilet
Yea a ae ae or hn aa ee Style and Strength, Comfort | & Shower,, A fourth Bedroom can be made if a Lounge-Dining





j at the Court House Bridgetown, before
| ‘the 21st day of June 1950, in order that
j} such claims may be ranked accordin¢
Kl to the nature and priority thereof -r
spectively; otherwise such persons wi!



o'clock a.m. when their said claim Room is required,
Viewing by appointment only by applying to - - -
RALPH A. BEARD
Hardwood Alley Phone 4683 or 8402.
19.4.50—-3n,

ond Price-saving are all com-
will be ranked













CT Apel 1980, may PAPE. th “ bined in the NEW and renewed

JV GILKES, Mahogahy, Birch, Deal, Cedar or

be precluded from the benefit of the Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
said Decree, and be deprived of all

claim on or against the said property

ba Claimants are also notified that they

must attend the said Court on Wed

at

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ny Tuesday, or Friday between the | J———— Sa FFF
ours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in, the |

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20.4, 50.

day.

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limited number of steel fuel storage tanks, at present located |
at ATKINSON FIELD, BRITISH GUIANA. Capacities and






there will be set up for vale to descriptions as follows: — ey
a. All tanks are of welded steel construction.

b. Capacity Thickness Size Shape

. Apper y .
laghest bidder at the Office of ibe Cle Ppa to. you




| IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
i- | APPEAL

of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Court House, Bridgetown, between 1)
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
utternoon on Friday, the 30th day “|

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NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-



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one rood or thereabouts abutting and t


















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of land situate at St. Davids Rowd in sine oe)





All enquiries should be submitted to Chief Executive
Officer, Board of Control, Atkinson Field, British Guiana.

then sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same
is sold for a sum not less than £46.17.6.
Dated this 14th day of Apri! 1950.
I. V. GILKES,
Ag . lerk of the Ass!:tant Court
of Appeal
20.4 .50—3n

,; at the Court House, Pridgetown, be-
“7 ween the hours of 12 (noon) and 2

CANES INSURED
By applying to .







23rd day of June 1960

All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of a larger area of land
containing by admeasusement One acre,


















UNITED INVESTORS CO.
LIMITED

Insurance Underwriters
Marhill Street,





abouts which formed part of the lands
»y | Of Mount Clapham Plantation) situate in
the parish of Christ Church and island
i aforesaid containing hy admeasurement
,. | thirty seven and two seventh perches o
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,-y the Estate of Solomon Best dcveased,
on lands of Samuel Milbert Morrison
and on the Public Road known as

Sale of “Staunton” 6th

Avenue Belleville, advertised











nay abut and bound. And if not then
sold the said property will be set up for
sale on every succeeding Friday between
the same hours until the same is sold
for a sum not less than £215. 9. 7,

Dated this 18th day of April 1950

I. V. GILKEs,

Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of

Appeal

for sale by public auction on




Friday 21st inst. has been ISTATE AGENCY

Phone 2336





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above categories will be considered.
Apply from 4.00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 19th, 20th and 21st. April.
On no account must applications be made to our Broad

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Dinesgs Beat

Notre Dame defeated Y.M.P.C
3—0 in their Second Division fix-
ture when they met yesterday
afternoon at the Park. From the
start Notre Dame outplayed their
opponents who never seemed to
catch up with the speed of the







game.

Gill, the Notre Dame's centre
forward opened the score when he
heat the Y_M.P.C’s keeper with a
well timed shot. A short while
after, Headley the inside right
scored when he received a pass
from mid-field.

In the second half, play was

again transferred to the Y.M.P.C’s
area, who were trying to decrease
the lead. Notre Dame however In-
creased the score, when Daniel at
inside left, placed the bali into the

nets after receiving a pass from

the right wing. The final blast

found Y.M.P.C. on the offensive
The teams were

Notre Dame: Wilkinson; Browne,
Straughn; Daniel, Branch, Rob-

ABOUT 150 people were buying fish in the Public Fish Market

erts: L. Daniel Archer. Gill, Best,
Headley When the Advocate visited the market there was on sale 210 lbs. of flying
Â¥.M.P.C.: Arcber; Rock, Hazel 100 lbs. of bonito, 120 Ibs. of albacore, 75 lbs. of dolphin and 70 Ii f bi
K. Bourne, Drayton, Smith; R The largest catch registered for this month was on Wednesday, Apri
Hazel, Skinner, Hall, Ingram keted 7,825 Ibs. of flying flish, 309 ibs. of dolphin; 30 lbs. of kir h, 473
ore and 48 lbs, of bonito.

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ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 26. 1959





The Waiter Believed In
- Mind Over Menu |

By Billy Rese



! aw

—_

“Or take when a_ vegetarian
comes in he looks kinda disin- |
gastronomically unedt terested in food to begin with, and |
the East Side equivaler you get an idea by the way the)

: | corner of his mouth lifts whether |

brosia, and when served properly} **" ort
he’s thinking of sour cream. }

ee a I'd ke
explain for

the benefit of the



am-

this meat dish is usually swim-| { = e ne : a

ming in a golden brown gravy, ON’T you ever mise ee

flanked by potato pancakes—those 1 ae and get in trouble:

heavenly derivatives of the low!y|} said. ;

spud. _ ; ¥\” “Mistakes I don’t make, but}
trouble I once got into. Last year

Well, the other Thursday, tor- |

a C t married
tured by a craving for this deli two of our customers 80

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Side which, with the possible ex-
ception of Luchow’s, serves the}
only sauerbraten in New York
worth a second drool.
The ainner rush was over Dy | she began to yell.
the time I arrived, and a waiter “You lied to me,’ she said. ‘I
with a face like rained-on leather! married you with the definite un-
plopped a bottle of seltzer in front | derstanding no more meat.’
|

went to the kitchen and brought
out a salad for the wife and a}
big steak for the husband. When
the wife saw the steak, right away |

acy, I loaded my pockets witt
eee 7 a oe ie , “yr with) man a steak-rare type.
en Oe re a aL ee eee for a meal
a certain restaurant on the East} after the honeymoon, I naturally
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and four pieces of pig-iron cutlery
wrapped in a napkin. husband, ‘Il was thinking about a
| salad same like you.’
HEN, without waiting ior me| “‘My mind musta been some
to order, he disappeared into j Place elsewhere,’ I excused myself

to the couple. So I took back the
steak while the husband’s eyes
followed like a hungry dog, and

*s later he}
steaming |

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EMPIRE detezured Ct srmere latter of sauerbraten in front of -
5—3 yesterday afternoon when x e ~ B fi: l oO ( I] . | t ae : ” er ae brought him on a ee fe
they played a third division foot- I orm Cricket Board i Oo is 1 I was about to dig in when it ee ows unsnaet,
ball matel Cor ere ; cecurred to me that 1 hadnt’, 3 , Sees) 38 rai ;
Empire Ce 9 FLUORESCENT lighting has re- ordered—or had I? IS story finishea, the waiter : ;
Gunn the whistle ; Rene Tn arts 2 t saniena | aed ae ae ; ¢ e ; scooped up his tip and Rinso makes coloured clothes brighter—white
we kee and thie Ces , EFFORTS are being made in Trinidad to form a ( ricket y sf P.C_ Grounds at Beckies ¢ Could ’ be teat, obsessed by my | switched off the neon sign in the things whiter — with its richer lather! That’s
sat Sate i . erowd Board of Control along the lines of Barbados, British Guiana r the purpose of Pata Sodean™ as Coo. oe at window. “Is time now I should because the action of Rinso is so thorough and
quickly equalised it eal and Jamaica as Trinidad is the only one of the four colonies t night Tomorrow night the table? Had 4 odled ace ane on} have a little bite something my gentle — it floats out dirt easily and in record |
f the secon f. Empire rhich has no Board of Ce ] Basketball Matches will be 4 neo a4 the word on self,” he said. time. And when you wash dishes in Rinso,
part of the cond half. Empir which has no board 0 yntrol. 1 Wil the cloth : : s face and tried to : “
went on to score two more goal Dr. A. G. Francis, President sacrifice ball control for speed When the waite ca I studied his face an . >| they really sparkle ! Make Rinso your choice 4
: Dr. s k i : When the waiter brought the| ggure out by the droop of his| : ‘
in the last half to win cf the Bonanza Cricket Cups The shooting was neither accu- ee Carlton will me coffee, I said “How did you know} naar what he was going to eat — for easier, quicker and better results! cel
odge Police were defeated Committee whic on cris Peas chara th College Old Boys ar- ' hdl ga Kt 2 yer
At Lodge Police iefe ated Com nittee which has _been rate not often enough by bot nis 8 3 ¥ WPe what I wanted | but his face wasn’t talking — at| mu
Sn.8.. in a’ fa ame e respons ble for the local cricket teams ana the Spartan ird ; H Bip aoa aoe “I've been working here twenty-/ least to me i
schoo] boys competition in Trinidad for the were very weak in finishing He : Harrison College ve years.” Pe ee Stet wad . So: te
5 or more told the was however inepeubesd the Because of » new floodlight- " ¥ 5 , “Oo “What re you going to Reyes |
7 7 , ’ yesterday that the Spartan right full back re i i‘ g J Y man But how could you tet I finally asked. * Jas
7 yesterday that re Spartz ig yack, Gibbons “Ry at y ” WE dian? rg > Wwe r.
PANT ON LEA DS Associations which ran the first who played a very good game , Oo Oe ce ie pee i t fg phermeger oe w aite Sa aye es me ae the
A T GOL BF lass cricket at the moment were Asked what he thought about uid Paes errs; ee mene Billy Rose in the ‘Evening -
x Z 3onanza and Merchants in the the standard of football during ’ ws a i Sinacretee 7 ” every a | a
1orth and Rahamut and St his last visit and now, Dr ‘tes eae 7 j wey sats hi ee | ba ene en L.E.S. |
RICKMANSWORTH, Hertford- Patrick in the south, whereas the Francis said that though he “a anes April 22 30 LS S.; Gont- want CORIRED Se) HSE ery ol th
hire, April 19 Queen’s Park Committee ran the had only seen two local tear f For = nd 8.30 M.H.S. vs your check.’ : - |
J. Panton, of Glenbervie, with tercolonial and international) play, he was of the oy ' a The incident bothered me all to
a round of 67, led the field of 137 cricket in addition to playing ir thet it was: slightly ‘ W ednes y Apt >¢ \Carl- to give the telepathic waiter| ja
at the end of the first round of the the Bonanza serie he had said previous! Sia he oe YU H.C. another try }
“Silver King” £1,350 professional — Senior Physician of the Col- wa: the: taokt (of, hall ton ae 8.8. . | '
72 hole troke pla olf tourna- onial Hospital, Port-of-Spain, Dr and that was probably due ae ae ef Raia Soe staged As per usual, I had a yen for |
ment on the Moor Park course Francis is one of the three Trini- 1e fast ground and M ti. oe rir sauerbraten but to confuse him
here today iad delegates attending the Civil breeze ‘a a 5 aac ie lage ler I concentrated on roast duck | du
Two sti rice ehind came A. Service Conference. He arrived While on thi ibjex nic p ve ‘dL 4 ot ee Z . This time, however, instead cf hi \ ‘4
Pickworth, Australian open B.W.1.A. last week and is that in Trinidad, the T.A.F.A H.cC.O.B om se hot-footing it to the kitchen, te
pion W. J. Cox of Fi avying at The Risk”, Sv. James had selected from amo he Fride Nas > 30 Fortres tray-tooter gave me the slow 7
K. Boustic of Coombe He said that the idea of having selves a player to go to E in Pol a 'p a ic “*= up-and-down, an
All the | ere tl Cricket Board of Control to pursue a three mont course Y WeoP Ce es “Make up please the decision,”! rs
the we cou toda had been in existence for a long jn training and coachir t Wed y May 7 3 he said. Roast duck no or sauer- wi
rs on tl Liffic time. but the first meeting for meeting of tl c MP vs. Mos. a braten yes?” ’
r { e1 Let Sunning- the purpose only took place n would be held short! ece 30 Y P.¢ vs H.C.O.B “Sauerbraten, yes,” I said
aad De oe : 0, R.A. De nber last year recommendatior of Select Div. I meekly
Knigk : cme € ( 13 ind He said that they had a imittee ippointe t the Friday, May 19: 7.30 H.C. .vs ‘Let me in on the secret,” I |
5.5 eld of D i Dow meeting last week when they purpose 1.C.0_B. (1) and 8.30 Pick- said when the meal was over. . in Striped Serge i
f Ses ‘ ! 3 Fe } Z eons a mies of gy Chess ck vs. Carlton " “How do you do it?” Keep your lavatory spotlessly clean. It's Pin Striped Serge: - - -
7 > - t sacn Association whose primary ob- With regard to Che ry May 26: 7.30 Y.M.P.£ “Hard to put a finger on it pre- mple, Shake some ‘ Harpic’ into the bowl, | Towy
4 1 ject would be to exercise a they were playir Carlton and 8.30 H.C.O.B. cise,” he said. “Mainly, it’s a lot eave overnight, then flush. ‘Harpic” will Navy & Brown,
d ver & erseas player sort of over-all control of the championship te Y.M.CA of little small things. nd deodorise the whole ver | . .
gave a full international flavour players and the competitions Se etait a vould ty June 9: 8.00 H : 4 ¢ ia eer oe = . } Elegant, for the occasion
to th a nt h es a to ensure smooth running of go to British Guiana lat \ »-( When you're in the business are |
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS Al>\ THVRSDA1 VPRJL Qcuub CaUinq Flying Saucer was seen by more than cur.: peopte at the Barbados Aquatic Clyb on Tuesday night at approximately 9J0 o'clock. It appeared over the harbovr in the Western Sky and moved in a South-westerly direction over Needhams Point brfire it disappeared some observers laid it motion was like .1 a coin moves when It I. U into the water; only instead of tailing it moved across the iky It shone brightly and changed colour several times Its size was bijtfer than an average star Colourful Firure I HtAn tn-i boscoe Holder, the well-known Tr, painter and impre>sarlo. going to England soon. Bo-, co.ourful and v; Some /ears *go re used to nance in Berv, M--Burne' troupe. More recently he was in America giving piano recitals In TTI eacn year he puts on a revue called "Coioque of Trlnid., takM the leading part. But boscoeV serious interest hi paintr | has given sevtral exhibitions in Tnniuad Hu style could be called naturalistic; he paint.* %  "Kaiteur"—Barbados! M EPHBT8 and her daughter Joan rfrom British Guiana on Tuesday afternoon by B.W I A aftg. ;rg away for a little ovc rn •nuu. Mrs. H l originally comes from B 0 lives in Barbados and they art slaying at T %  %  * H Going to School Here M R SmCLAU ;is will and daughter arrived here about two from Venezuela has returned to Caracas. Mrs. Spencr %  naming with their daugntrr In Barbados for perhaps a year, as young Miss Spence will be going t. school here The "Carldeem". Si Lai-. On Six Week*' Leave M New picture of RiU II*> worth • ml her babj daMhUr AIv Khan with her bahy daugh'?r Yasmin. who have bei Until FrioUy 1* nMfTtmn Arcade' in Port-of-( %saa a %  tarday by %  4 w;!l be here utru: Fnda* far a sssart holiday staying as tne Hastings Hotel Also ar.ing from Trinidad yesterday • as Mrs. E Glalsher. Away For Three Weelu M RS CHRISTINE ROBERTS left yesterday by B W I A fa* Antiguj where she will attend a religious conference to be held there shortly She expects to be -Dnui three weeks. Hopes 10 Visit Rome M R. E C FABARA returned to Antigua yesterday by BWIA. She was here for four [days to leave her eleven -year -old %  daughter Cecelia at the Unuline Convent here She will be leaving Antigua shortly by the "Gaacogne" for England accompanied by her kaja%  t :;.•': F %  and Song in St John's U %  possible they hope to visit Rome %  m Pilgrimage She was staying at Cacrabank From St. Vincent Holiday M R. O W ALLEN Louis. USA. has been lr %  .past two ween* on holiday. He arrived by the "Lady Roc'ney" on Tuesday ano left the same afternoon for Trirudiid. after which he wii: acas and Havana before returning to St Louis. intransit 1 NTKANS1T by B V. terdI lad for a Mr Eric H Shell Oil Co.. a frequent visitor to B^rbado* he told Canb L tfouaai M u**usr rou row :an IMIHII re*aon> ^^ Put IT tnereiT to mas* in* *ora 1J1 U 3li"iaa aom*s • • 1 Does onud me** up dlntM room rummira* 'ti W of aaitance tn* 'il MM >?*;?• •.mini from Antiua on Saturday and will be here lor a dun Besides Dutch Miss Matty J. Cake Sale M F ROM Hi been living in 1 front ston 1,0m three years '*'nf Dutch she can ..., now .peak Spanish. EnsHah and a F DAVID MURRAY. ,f UM m ,„ array of beautiful calces as '"„""!"''"f"'*'' S "L2" £T" Vu,cen,Ofl ,, Caice Sale ,„ aid c, '.^V^neSa W f A Also returning to Caracas yes%  and Sk< i..oming by the Ladj There will al* laedav K, itael P.-.— ;ond Tudor, also of % %  %  ne CnUed CJ^mSv^eal cY A Bove.i and Skeete. S, Viru .nXSrueU on Office was another arrival by the be crowded, so the cake <*.|ers a art tor two ahould have a ver |: K M lhe Hastings Returnim Next Month M R. Leaving on Sunday VfK ANDREW SHEPPARD. •I Barbados representative of f Confederation Life Association and staving at • II bi leaving on S. Club for the past fifteen days BWIA for Jan %  vardaanoo Caracas. %  .'. i A. %  "Lady Rodney" He will not be returning lo Was Here Two Yeart Afo M Mrs John C .1 .arrived from 1 two weeks' holiday and are guests at the O Carmichael Is Manage: ears. He has be*-dad for about ftv* .go Here For One Week S TAYING '••: Ihe I %  '.' mock from New Orleans. l s^ Vic* Prat dam %  ( the Pan Amerirar, til has been oa Panama, %  rharr %  thev 'out as next 1fron. 1 W I A Returned to B A mu nd list %  iatternoon. For For The Wedding M R8 was in Brttaai returned on Tuesday wedding of Mr. and Mrs E Giglioli who were married r_— former Miss Madge I M New Hostesses E£ that B >chool I Knowle .nrrived in on the Bntla moat Ith Guiana flight ar eal Si ng Mrs. Doree:. : JT sft the morning fli Moit Interested N L ;; •.•:o..'K!>: ir.n wuee-' %  %  noon b; ao4 aot.jout two %  %  %  Ma tean aga> Miss Murray has ,t beauty %  9 %  vork beM Guaira New RoaJ Rupert and the Dragon rui* 23 Eaiter in TriaMaUd M i %  I W I A Left For Venezuela M R 1.1 'rnding the Association's to be helu Park Hotel. Jamaica. :. aing Mr 1'ai Date M rnson and i G (iran* %  inager* are due to be <>n the same plane \ I Shepuard leaves by. Frowi Oevonahire F ROM Devonshire. Mr John ina where he u at PlantaUa Mc has been eighteen l Tuesdav i-rnd two it M Ued to Live Heniss s< %  %  I Secretary Of Union" M lin Migu •uu hj\ Banco been in 5th spent Mai 1 tha Four Winds Ml Baneo I'mon' in BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER peirea Rupt" aa"" ro -* a help Poafra* *** h '* pet dr.gon J I had W won d happen." ha m *AS' •The.,, aobod' ibo.1 aaiesr *iPe He n*keth. .. . turto* i.dge ot nxk :0 n .uddeddoo'. The %  00 twah MM IBIO reach ^i *nd IOOI1 Kxtd clanc echoes irom CPVIT<_H e l OTE!.' %  < !iin t work it: \ \ 1 i> 1 a \ \ \ R i L O N Q I : 1 L u One letter simply starve.' I 1 .\ $ used Hen apoaini all hints :. A Cryptogram (tuolatloa 'VPVCA HKKX HOQ1 FCX V p V G A TVGQfll HOQ? OR QCKL FWKPVVYCRSNV KQ EFLVR ( r.j.T itjaatf B4 FfXR TH" LITTLE CHILDREN TO C Ml UN n ME AND FORBID TH> M MARK 1 MI i. nua pear win soo up s. t. wooa Iroeo UM .loaaroom 1 > WeuMnt retreat. iJ> 4 You auf&t c*i: :i • pan oa 1 j. 7. AH nice and tva> a Looa 10 Uae winOo* oot waul .ir.e. lot ici* a> .<*. A o*a* of mouiunt nawe 14, An instrument tor D?aUDS .a Prowea 1 dt*i r*ri .& A cnange af diet •* %  H Pnnt** m*a*ure u* 1 _. Mat •.oo M r.t* 1. won taasn LOOK YOUR 6 vour haii will be handsomer by far when you treat it tL 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic.' Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a bottle today! LONG HAIRED MEN LONDON. :;as gone to the head ol the British male. The increasing demand by men tor more stylish modes to suit the vogue for long hair was cited by William George. President of the British National Hairdressers' Federation. George said ;hat men are growing hair longer than their wives and 1' %  not far off when women hair%  %  xperu will have to be employed in men's saloons to look fter the tresses of mere male. Addressing the annual meeting >f the Federation. George said; "The average male is takin more interest in his nan Ht wearing it much longer and 11 i^h modes. On the other tiand. women, with their present rend in fashion of razor cutting. urchin cuts, tulip cuts, and other .hort hair styles, are rapidly •he order of the day" No Disturbance ig that young male LU nol be able to give satisfaction to future "Samsons' requiring a particular permanent wave or set for their locks. Mr. George said that the substitute lady barber should cause no great disturbance. A checkap of a number of London hairdresslng saloons showed that many male clients %  i:anent waves, special style set* and tinting. One barWe generally book them to come a*, a time when the ladies" ; -meni is not busy, and slip 1 female cubicle without being seen by other clients Believe me." he added, "some of our masculine clientele are |ariul head" ol —INS V; TSH! geats that this is a cunning way ing the hat .w Si .1 u> can obvlcosts. WOUU ire higher costs of production. ing more money in ...oruon as era are unable to sell the rti wages. %  'u in-?: a possible increase nrm and hav< and wejr 1 uio to give .'ippearance Mi on tuM %  %  .1 In ....r-cut H I ue he to sa^iiii that seesa art .I SHV / 8m i' S that any extra fat should cl for food rather than 1 probably it paopsfl will hencefortl UM ti "•• %  ^ ..bbo. *r.c fore with a large %  the bath, and a new 3 of mea aad Oafs i plchaez." GLOBE Last Showfaal • %  TO-PAY I & Ml f H JOANNE DKL' and RICHARD NORRIS in UBBIE'S DUSH ROSE 5 titM vt*y UK HE it iSl TROPICAL SUITING 54 inehei wide $3.23 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS. Openinit Salurdat Apr. 99 CASUARINA CLUB BATTERY HOl'SE R LAWRENCE Phone H496 FULLER DETAILS LATER Suriins KKIDAV cosslinuing .... j It K.:io p.m. MM I.K \M I \KI B /TOWS The Best ft YOlll norsi A wid# ranfr ot Read; MlXMl PainU and nalcrial Miapllttl by UK laal J %  saJBBfacltsrcn la l**l f rasa. REMFWBER h<- >ou ana Ikr aaaatsM lass save f t f lasarct lane al aur HARDWARE MMMM T'lrpkaar No MM 8ARBAD0S CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. KOI A I. Worlhings M O U PPM*,,,, "Little Women" •URTTIIVJ. Jun AlXYSOTa* <^tar UWroRi) CMPIHE Oa#j itt *d i 9 'Twril | "Son of Monte Criolo" U iiAVWAjio-o*m* ^Awpatfasjo^ aaaon crr x\ swaua., a-ku. aaui Zorrowt Black Whip %  TUILDIO—iawssa UTTUKnasU) OLYMPM T*-aar OatLY I M I 11 a at o * latgagaaj "Mra. Miniver" i % %  .\R.-*Ji tahegEaS .( 1W I.U-W..KIX*VA A MEDAL for BENNY ID II \, "S| i ..-,!• VI FEAR In U NIGHT on NING I I.Ill I DHL 8;o: > c.Mi'.'roi 7 AQl'ATK lll'll CINEMA M.mbmo, -"NIGHT AT S JO Paramount presents E£w*i-1 Q ROB %  mom %  %  v i inn .MI iiii •-• %  rniiM r KID At .'Itil rill. TIM t, IMI II M I \\|> Till I. IHIli. Irihun i .... MUrntm DENNIS MOHUAN JACK CAJtSQN JAMS PAK.I UAR-1 the yea,/ LUCILLE bnU-MftUIAM niD Lr-I GLOBE TO-MORROW & CC MAKE YOIH HOME ttmwmwt I HOM mvmmw WGLEll In the Modi I I : : ,. mr ttthto*' ecntil feature, aiul lo gel !l. Fittings:— 1^1 Us shou \(iu IN new -lock til L. • Pedntal Basins • Bath Curtain Knik • Bath Roses • Towel Rails • TIM.III Brus> 9 Shavba] *"*' a> GbaU Shell" • Toilet PP PLANTATIOIXS SJMI" 1



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V %  BSSDAS APHI I 20. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Baby Partis found Dead On Floor |1 r>7":, Co St. Thomas. r*^di3onUienoorather 32? hw. y hjj mother at "*T, 31, „ in on Monday. %  "V DO>t"l that her mother JiTtlbci and wornlout "**^.iH returned she found JP £,v.n the bod and the [•"IS rttm examination was ilSd* %  %  c C C arko •y^SlUBt WHS bW jJJrSSrm Dand adjourncu ASsooo"" 1 Hoyte. of Bush iJ^sTMichaol. died Dt %  *£ %  Waiting Boom at about •iuwperformed at the Public g bv Dr Cummins and JSTWU attributed to natural •""..nOM OF PEOPLE told A h, -Advocate" yesterday thai tl %  stranle objects in the JTrticn th lhou ht worc F1> '~ £ sSuceo. while they were ** _. rolleton vard yesterday 2g, C .St 3.50 oVN>ck. %  ETiid thai it was the first J5n "t*" 1 tncy had se n flyinR j^in the *k> ^HTEEN-VEAa-OLD KenI ncth Thompson left home .. GaU Hill. Christ Church, on "L^vmorning at 9 o'clock, and ? 45 P.mhe did not return fin*' started but it did i prove fruitful. T£T before 9.00 o'clock the ^entered "is hom and said n<1 Srttendeti the Spartan-Empiro 5Jft.il match at Kensington. He Uftia. walked back from Btjetown to Ga'l Hill. noTATOES and yams were not x plentiful during the two weeks and housewives ITibe country districts had to i* ui Brigade Station at %  During this period the %  videned and the garage I Fire fttglnea. Tin %  %  including the Foreman, three and four COT] is equipped with three Sigmund IfOnJ and !C.50'i TAKES OFF IN 20 SECONDS dAN. DIBOO Cal rtl 19. A fiO ton dying lioat for the United States Navy—said to oe the fastest ever built—has made Powered by lour turbnuplane took off San Diego Bay for 30 minutes. It required otUj ffl take off. _Rriiler Civil Service Conference Continues WHisN the Conference of tag -• ubbcan reft Harrison College |f lay morning, the Minute* l the Third I %  ui m j .•I la-il were I ommittuv •"pointed to go into the Holmes was presented and -ioptcd. The Conference decided to rcI Secretary of State to Mcaaeery steps to im' % % %  gfankal Coinmtealon, and h t'omnussion is ms'iDM inclusion oi • n omitted from the ifeport. inference also directed > legram be sent to tnc Sei tvtai v ,t State thanking him • which had been (0 them by the Oovnd expressing disappointnent at the (allure of the Secre--•ate to reply to the reauhitione passed at the last Conferenea. •nference also moved a congratulating Sir Hubert Ranee on his appointment I nor of Trinidad and directed that this resolution cabled to him. Y ounge'st Skipper-But 20 Yrs At Sea LOSS of a Miller generator valued $2 50 was reported Douglas Parson of James He stated that the generaii5 removed from his bicycle It was parked outside the itados Cotton Club on Sun%  '. CHILL •'! Fontabellc i*I rted the loss ol %  ock valued 513 from his yard Biwn Monday and Tuesday. r*E LOSS f '.hree fowls valI lied 15.04 was reported by atr*a Howard of Pay Street. Hed that the fo\-1 %  aaovftt from her residence on %  day AHRKNCI MRSK of Paynes Bay was found guilty of firing the motor car M-199B on (n'i Street without being the tor of an appropriate driving yesterday. sir. A J H Hanschell lcfore the case was tried ordered B to pay £3 or in default undertwo months' imprisonment. MOLASSES CARGO LEAVES TODAY Aihipment of molasses will w wing tor Tr,i Itivers. Quebce d Montreal by the S.S. "Alcoa araint" to-day. %  '' ri i nved yesterday %  ainc with onK two motor >cb for Barbados. neat passengers have booked %  ul for Canada with this vessel. %  wi Da Costa ft Co.. Ltd., are ask Communists Claim New Gains HONG KONG. April 19. Communist sources to day claimed new tains on Hainan island, contradicting Nationalist reports that 5,000 out of 6,000 Communist Invaders wenout of action rind the remnant force holding out in the bill*, The Pro-Commualtt Hong Rung newspaper T.i King-Pip,' quoting sources in Canton, said the Communist landing on Hainan 0 %  Monday was the llfth and largest since early in March and that tinforce, despiN Nationalist artillery and mr attacks, was beating Inland to loin earlier Invaden who have linked up with guerillas in the hills. The Newspaper put out %  special edition acclaiming "Another Communist Success.' Independent Chinese reports hcie Said that 1,000 survivors of the Monday landing had P ultimatum to surrender, and that Nationalist naval cruft and lx>mhers were keeping close watch on Hainan tsopea tc prevent the 'anding of Communist reinforcements. Nationalist forces claimed to have sunk 20 out of 100 river craft, concentrated on Luichow Peninsula, opposite Hainan, last night. —Reuter. Rebels Surrender W INDONESIA DJAKARTA, April 19. Ind onesian rebel forces in *"r capital of East Indojo-day surrendered unconUly and gave up their aims. s announced olUciallv here eupit J> surrendered to the jning Fder of the Nationalist jj* in Hacasaar, Mi CM Pi* u i "•communique added that a %  nil unit, W hkh had landed L*J *wth Celebes earlier in iy was marching on Macas!" rebeli were being trcate-i "p'ives, the communique said, hlf m ln ,orco of Nalionalt J* P was due to land soon. %  • Indonesian troops led by QWn Andi Abdul A7is rcvoltcl P? e T ,lr on A W tl1 5 to prevent (landm, of federal troops. April M A7is flew to w"a. the ederal cipital, to %  c He „ awaiting courtmar^Tiat's On Today at u? Tenni competition ~m %  >*Mts -* Communists Accused Of Demonstrations HAMBURG. Apnl 19. Max Bruer, Soc.al Democratic Burgomaster of Hamburg, today accused an illegal Communisgroup of instigating last Friday's antirJewish demonstrations JII Hamburg. Bruer said the demonstrations were staged to discredit West Germany abroad—"the most successful trick the Communists cculd perform to the detriment of i*ui esteem." —Reuter. .New Belgiun Cabinet Possible Today BRUSSELS. April 19. The Belgian Premier Designate. Paul Van Zeeland. returning to his office from an intervu aariaa, the %  > li gent, told reporters tonight, "Things are progressing and it l not impossible that I WUJ n.y Cabinet forming mission tomorrow." Van Zeeland added that he will %  us negotiations tomorrow and will see the Regent on Pi Keuter CAPTAIN Alfred Compton, B Who has been skippering the 49-ton schooner C, M W Ipana for the past two rnoaths, is perhaps the youngeat captain of intereokmial Craft which call Yet Alfred bat for 20 years He i00 ve uf whom n* ( k to UM sea. On leaving i ed to be a cabin who was skipper of ltOO| aries". K\ir\ shilling I hav %  for, I have maoV told the nd I will never leave the Mt Ha hag mate < %  "Adalina". "Laudalpl "Novelist"; boi American Transpoi ; QM114" Captain I exciting sea Ore H drifts and varioui aeddt I man) of which he eouid not recollect at i On some trips the sails, spars, buuins and ruildeis were put out of commission, but he was always lucky to reach the nearest ixir: without ever being hurt. "Lost" 1017, the "Canthen a •ailor, was ran I for three : V.iie/uela. Trinidad bound for St. L c raw nevei tain Compton thco caught freah Aah in tlafj than until %  .'IH'I., %  ppad ;n and Comptoi aries", gave up Ins ship to become boatswain of the American Transport "QMII4" He remained on •are. He hud a narrow ea> B] %  ship had put into British Qulena for just tw<> horns, he heard the %  port tl in the vklnitj %  %  %  swain of the "Albertha Compton" which has sometime burnt up while lying .:> nonthj tie spent on that veaai over to be mate of the Six month tair.'j ex.u I passed. In April. 1949, he became master of the "Ipana" 3 Experience-. %  i which ha % %  % % %  would never forggf Once, this time as mat "Canaries", he and the en out to sea for three da. water They were about 20 miles thev discovered thai ii lot When they reached Si 81 of them could dnrt' Some ym Compton i tag mile with 113 : .ucia on board Luckily a ship came to their assistance mid gave them water and food. his ship was caught in a storm %  ing sailed for a day on a voyage from Tlinldad to Guadeloupe. • were destroyed leaving them at %  The ship, the name of which he .it the time. *as i two days before they could get assistance. Another schooner < and towed it back to Trinidad. Roll Call At 5.6S i :n the Ftren %  ror Roll Call and UM ..!<• %  nnounced by the Foreman ••! Senior Sergeant in charge On Mi i. on the Parade squaiiat ral Stati.M .;. a.m. to %  %  I nd lectures on Ire Drill while on %  i f drill along with the Police. Friday morning Physical Training 01 Drill but in the evening thev begin cseanlng aome <>f their Saturoaj the) do fm the Inspection wl 10 "" a.m SPAIN NOT CONNECTED .. 19 %  Of Spanish ktlanl %  '• Togores Keuter -'5 Years Ac* Advocate. April *•. 1923 aakl to wave in whisper far. oh! far, In Hutu's own melody sings to star; >ly known, the ecret voice of trees Hints in the dark at m\: tenes Now is the moment when we feel our p| Swing in the emptmesv of mighty space: The unlit orb luslrel. he vast black lonhness. — yrj Apart from the Fireman duties of Ul the Btallaai these iUnmfiil< an aaaag other in. He lite to keef lei. n and shines CONFEDERATION LIFE CONVENTION HEPPARD. local rapraawntailv. 4 e c iving for Ap,,i to attend UM comptny'i lion ol Repreaentatlva in trie Caribbean Area and Central America. will be the famous Shaw Park h is situated itely 10 mill %  %  nong those who ceaaful life underwriting, to be present at the CODwhere tout matters l i With other officials from the Head Office braa* on the sigmund Pump, llr I -.xlniKur-lii -j-. :md other equipment. After 4.U0 p.m.. they relax. bag aeea vfter this lime Ihe panne may rlni and lhe have to nisiiff • a fire. %  %  i -which is equipix-d Witl %  nd tables. The Sentry i Ity at th. I : Eacli ni.ii i two>hour %  other hand threi* men are appointed daily for cleaning duty Is done tl %  d Fridav and on Sundays. Th' n and the nto distant %  ii. rlothersal Turning, I % %  1 in Ins job and then n not least is the hat> of putting ting it under control When the wagon k the -cone of a I ul of the • •inpanies It On %  a large fli two PoUce led with Con-'. Ilandsnun. follow ttie wagon %  tangulahen or two ar plai %  nit luckily then %  He will (oil Association at Seaweli Airport. Indue Wlllard or || j %  %  %  i y ntneiau from the Head Office wL'J" c "" "" 1h <,,catl 0*e %  oads t:eriain representatives aan invited to irning and Mr Sheppard's talk wUl be The la ; t^alltTK PAfM PARTOI I til, MILOI'KS METAL PICTCRE RlNw make up thai goes on without water in Flattering Shades BCONZE ANGEL—PINK ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL KNIGHTS LTD. FOR THE BEST IN INSIST ON SILVER STAR i~ .1 Ihr IS,, | ST.? S1 "irtui NO PAY RISE FOR COUNCILLORS >.> %  • %  UfiuU C.rrr..< %  > GRENADA. April 18 Grenada legislature to-day defeated by six votes to two a motion by Hon. R. C. P. Moore seeking to double remuneration of Councillor % %  duced th. m of $120 to $80. Present salary is $60 plus subsistence. Hon Marry show was absent from the meeting. Leapt From Eifvl Tower 1'AltlS. April IS. an hour toy .Id Louis rOBO the girders of the he had leapt from the 100 yard second platform Parisians anxiousbody and lov the first platf". lesjtei e-a-ePaV Fresh for your Pels ! mm DOC (HOW PURINA KARRI I (HOW h, Juor. Jow h Co. Ltd UU.lrll.ll lor* Wardrobes Dressing Tables Dining Tables Morris Chairs Tables to order Complete Suites l*ric's >loll-l;il. . YOUR THEME FOR GRACIOUS LIVING YOUR CHOICE IN FINE FURNITURE %  it's styled to meet your needs . it's practical, v,; mfil -matt lookniK you'll want modern! You'll love the elei(antlv tevera .in, solidly built comfort the "flair'it )




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Tnmsnw. \FMtn. M, UH CLASSIFIED ADS. I — IlAKilAIVOH \1>\IK i I | PAGE SEVKN DIED HU Staff ""! s Mleh.e T^vmi wiU '•** "** **** *** **-t o "clock thta rnorning fo, JJ'pUg.un Itoline*. Chwrt. W%  • JcL,-* Friend* are -2U pSlUl* 'Mother, Handel. AW. -— dCoi* !" i Jonee (children. T V5!ThSi* ••*•.• ru uereid. CHOI and c>ru Feur U.SO-ta BIRTH .. .iM i-fln Ti*iv. nui Apn. Jo., TY, OIADYS. • o Will .. IN MEKORIAM .• VMd. fnut t Alv Hi. L. Dial HU He -a* toving. thoughtful %  hat Ve one know .*. Jnu. U> rnrt In peace" _ill be remembered by hli Mr*ll( lIr *" R**"* *r*d children The DuranU' and Reecea' Parnily 20 4 SOIn | FLAT NO %  : v-. j %  rV.li...,, Hail Flat No ,. ?,„ loving memW* of out dear li*! Mr* CABOUNE HAItTK. who ?Sl %  %  %  !• n AP" h >* tiTi* the grave m which .he la laid Sr r* " %  memortea that %  hall fade frm* I* the hop* thai ajjain w*> -hall T SS-e together al Jeeua (eel. Millicent Harte. aieniHfc* Children W.4.S0—lii FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR_IMS Au-iln A- 1 auction on AVWK from In*aiiahce Co Con**' Oarage on Friday thi* ^ ^ 1J0 p m. D1XON IH-\IX>N CU-OM Merri* S HP. Sedan in Al -wftu.-l condition. L. Alleyne. Fort Bc,*l Garage LW B.4aVa—7n. 3-Whlie 1UU. CkfefttMM un* J* Fully fumtohet 1 Telephone 3427 IS 4 10 V GRF&f (1AT18 W*VT I '-irnianed email houee ( from May Uh .tillable for — 1 4 So—'" couple |i,. j ... "Moved and mu>l t* .old. >"ah. D'ARCY A. SCOTT. 1S.4.10—ta, IlV INBimiAURJM HwreM from n^ Und r wb# remM „ p3 KEN-RICK N AIJ*OPP. %  L'S Hotel Ltd HOOT TO L-ff-Trom isth Hay lo ST*. "*"%  % % %  • ,Ully %  Wnlahed MUN iLJ.Z^'J?—*^ vemum. breiien* baihln. H9 monthly. Rinj Dona 3N9 13 4 50-71. M.l-.ACOIIBIon-Se. MnwoUl Coat. EKcolleait *e> bathlr* Fully fjtnjfcjd; four bedrooma, ReAllWratot. lelepnorie^ radio. Apply oppoaiie phone ttJrM. .._.___, e^5B -Ua, Fledrooma rwnUM I %  IS 4 n ..i : CAM-One ChryMer Mrdan Car. (1 rvdfi Sedan Oar.
  • CAR-Suaidard a HI' X-TTI. with or ahout Radio. Apply: Millet Room •at plantation" BuildlnH. Telephone 41H. IS 4 50Mi CAB-One Auntln 10 H.I'. Saloon IMU VotM in really rood order. Cole ft Co Lid. IS.4.50—4n CABr-M.O. Sparta Model. In Rood ruDtUU order, new tyre* and .top N<> leaenable offar reruaad. Apply JWjrei Kirton. Phone >43S. 16.4 SO—Bn VAW-Ntw Morru 10-owt. Van Juat inrmM Immediate dallvary FOHT ROYAL OARAGE LTD. Trlephnix oW. IS 4.50—4n YAHIS4S iJunei Fordaon .0 cwt Ltaht Van mileage imdn ,000. ..,., dnvai In food condition, for viewtnd Ttke SHD 00 or neareat oflar Apply Ralpli A Beard'i Auction room. Hatdaood Alloy, lam. U U noon daily le.4.50—Jn ELECTRICAL COOLERATOR— 7 C F. Good eonditfciv Rartedoa lee Co., Bay Street M.4.M U'. N'ORDGE FRIlHjr^S Cubic Feet in rawiMit rondiiior. at Ralph A. Heard'* AUftiorn Roonu. ltirdxiod Allay Phom4fB. IP.4.H r ."***"'"", 'mpoatna huildlnic •-M-Ioohtn* RockU,, Hay neat u, ",ne ta. :-nd .Ite of Blue Water. Hotel N*w|y onatructed Fully fumiahad oomplete yiih itnen and cutlery, fttudebaker .ir f requirttt. From May lit for low 0 >u moniha For further PPLv to owner, phone 2717 of tX3 ,.fier 1 ••* %  M4.34V-1 On REAL ESTATE F !" Jj h .l ot %* ' ,h# ""o^rMfr*d on Friday the Hat .nrt.nl at I p.ni |l cuoiie ramnetition:-6l C^^^,T^, WttTWDIA -lT "RSJT^Y'L^, !" 7 "" 10 R !" "prS?^ ii. l t. LS ARBADOB POPPING A TRADING CO. I.TIt M "hare, m (he I CARJtJHOI 14450-*O m-NGAi.m j, &„ ,;.,,„_ ;££ Hedroomi runrunf water. All modern i iiUWIaMiii G :"2f. iruit tree*. Uv < BVt l-hone 4530. I to 4 j II 4 80-n "WIN1UW. Bathaheba. for th. montha of May. June itmi Apply: Mrj. W. T. Goo.,. %  hope. St. Thornaa. :i' 4 k> e> AVIHI ...:^L.,. %  Ul ? U """">• "~">l """• "" '" %  1 KN*SM %  I ,,. . Iwdroom.. %  i"ii h-iont \.ttid.h .ippnlrilmrnr. l-,,. m ,. JJ, will be *H IID tkto T IN CARLISLE BAY m %  eh AU-andriTta. Seh : %  Ipana. Seh Zlta 1> rata D. 3rh s.-n II.IT! 1-ineea* Uoui-.. Vh PMIlp H P—I' l-amime. Sch Marion rtelle Wolfe. 5rh laudalpha. Vaebl Bet 1 %  11 enm S Seh Lady I CJorta Hri ARRIVALS M tunmont. 4.304 ion< MS, Ctp' %  schooner C.eral-lioe II IT %  I VlI %  .!••. > \ Fee SL 1 :,. hSMD^c Mr and M %  %  I l-r Aatif-a Mr F O A I ar St. Mr C Seale I .< Rerntada Hat Sch.ladv %  %  %  ubee. loo ion(S'linba. from Dominica. AaenUSchooner Owner.' Ard. 1.100 ton. net. Capt %  "m Guadeloupe: Atenu: HulH'tt Tt DWAatTOMI • s a r-vdore. 4.177 tone net. Capt Ram%  -i>. for Anlulua: Aaent. tla *"<>-la • t> Ltd. m Pointer. 3.UI tuna net. Capt i\ rOUCB WITH BABBADOS COAST STATION -.ft C II G r,-> 1 lender v 1 -r Ba.lea %  1 %  %  %  Mi-1 Mr) %  %  %  ; l-r M.lif*. Mb %  k Ml P Ad-m., H \Kil\ Atlit B.W.1 I I Hold .-. Aoodtey An' %  *ver-Scott. Cell Rutti< > em-Murray. Alan Ruthvem-Murray llan^ Kucter. Snnla Oe*t, OMII fuike. •I at all Raunw Heather Roach John *uddnc. Marnret Ruddock. CMorf* lowaHh. Gerald Bourne. 1 IT itouirp. Geone \lal !" in. Arthui. Ilemwtt. Pau %  William Hradbuiy. Thrlma llrad %  FRARA .1.1 % %  %  MrC Humphrey. Mi loan Humphrey. Mi— R Kewaam. Mm. B. Oreate*. Mia. N Greavea. Maiar thai they imitate with trie following htihrouah Their Barbadoa Coaal I Lady Nelaon. & S hU'U Lkea. S S Alcoa Clipper. S S %  r. >.., %  %  %  %  < s s BBH Jaaanai | %  .v lief % %  I Murtnac Oulf. S ^ .n*itmo. S S. Wuicheatei triiherrt. S S Sun 1 %  %  %  %  BUtWM.U. Hi SS Troar. Yantniol. < s %„,.,!,. MAIL NOTICES M Vincent, TiliUda-! O* the 1 %  k rJeaad a111 General Poat tmVe aa under Hncoet Maul at 10 JO a m Hal-ter10 lHMmai-% M.i, ..) :\*l.. m on the ?0th April BM igjue Guadalogpe l'luted Kim *rie s• %  be .loard .A the General I41I %  I U Bat latere.1 ..t IN DndMJ pp HELP An AaaiaUnt Maater for the Chrirt Church Boy." Fonndntiin School, from the IM May 1S0B, to teach B) l.eneral Form Subject.. .^.-ordina b) quail Heat ion and operien.-,. Appllcationa <-hould l>e -ent with full detail, oi qualification and .-upeience. (., the lleadmaktei not laler than Bnd April. W H AhTTeftUS, Sec. -o Oov. Body. Ch. Ch. Boys' Foundation Scho. I H 1 .' I niON For Old laid *tuai ba a rood hou-rkeei* M"ne knowledie of numinn Appi %  'f'h laccanmarautloru to Box 720 C 0 AaVocaleJ. 20.4.30— 2n F^XI'ERHSKCDD N CRSF— Apply Mr. Newman Paange Itouae. Paaaage Rd B.4-A MISCELUNEOUS RXFRKJERATOK .New IV4W Oenei.. nortnc I Cutne leet with suaaanttc Dial lint 1.4 50 3i, SaVDiAi. I)FJ:I' FieER-rats UVESTOCK MamHi Thorou^hbretl. Filly by Bn*ori. (1JU ld ra. In AitfUat. HOT Dam J b| better laqu„n ,. Apply O. L BarKrcl Norwood St Jamen li.4.SO-3n MISCELLANEO US WnUEB— al evary deaerlptlon Uav China, old Jewela, fine Slfcet. BaaaraWoMra Early hooka, Mapa, Autotjjoai. etc.. at Uonlrujea Antique Sop. **>r*. Preaton. Enaia %  *Haaaf Royal Yacht Club 1 .#.•.—LI. OLD GOLD AND Sll.VERlliahiv price, paid for old fold and lery and aerapa. Y. De Lima A Co., Ltd. 20 Broad Street. 15 4 Ml—fln I -til POSTAt.l -1AMI"AMIli TTompt raah paid for natd .dunp. II you WIUI, inett utdi camaraB, clothimr, pena. ti atnt in pKranae Send 300 or mmr %  %  CHX34DON, MASS USA 30 4 -A—ii, I'l III H Mil II IS "£25 %  •"* earned by obtaining order. for private Chrlilmaa Card* fron. rour frlenda. No prevloui experlenc* nerewary. Write today for beautiful free Sample Book to Britain %  large*! ano f-iieinoei Puhilahara. hlgheat romnUMon marvalloua money nuking opportunlly 1. WUIIama A Co ij,ot. 10 Victoria AMTBnuPTR: DUSTING POWDER—A rl|t> <* *i-i harmV jrwr. .<„i touei W*d for the relief of ai] ai Imutloi,. .,JJ| (CT f2***toi>. C F. Harrtaon A Co IB 4 30-'.n Ltd. BrxrTS WORM SYRUP-A pleaaaat a nbabie preparation for freelnn •** from %  „„,. C r Harrtaon *j Ltd i m %  _f*"5<' Aaaoned Colour, aruj %  >>mM aome ( or thp kiddie*—Kni-t.i, y***— %  10.4 S0--2n "S^aiia %  %  %  %  S.^ and |ut received UMM 33 x ft u £2 !" & %  ^aweap conralnlng l1 Intad A' In denariU.,1 Heard' %  Airlinn ey. Phone 46*.l BM r -> J. iSS. 1 CLUB SKCRKTAHVSH1I' VACANT: APPLICATIONS are Invil-d for the Secretaryship of the St ciatr Club. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad, which become. vacant on the 31.1 Jul>. lB3o Free quarter, auiteole for retired couple together with light and telephone Written applicaUona ahould be ad dreaeed to VICE PRJaUDBMT. St. Cl.ur Club. 11 Maravai R-a.. 13.4.50-n NOTICE tin. M7. 48-li S*W*All v„.u„ „ nauJ B% ;,-" %  :NXU .lus. luil Km rJKVK""^ ^ hlnda Nylon A IS 4 50n ffiB^S" I HEREBY NOTIFY IhM llakurda* ChattUuu hg* i the Very Rev Dean ;>ih April IBM at St Michael Cathedral nt which time Joaepli Nathurnal Thakurdaa Chatlaru Hindu Indian C rtrietlan Thi. IBUi dar> t November 1B4B. I -igne.1 my will 'h^: the Ver> 11*. Daan hutchininn •hould be executor for iny ettatt I hereby aUthoriae Hahr-n Caatun. to % %  Ma duo and v. Signed J N THAKCROAS CHATI.ANI 30 4 SO— 2n. NOTICE Owing; to the difficulty of lender mi: 01 the raplacemant of the Ceiling al he Panah Church without Arat rernov] for tender* for the removal 0* the main celling of H-Pariah Church. Tender* will he received by me up to May 4th ISM" W. U OOODOfG, Parochial Trraaiarer. St. Philip 10 4 S0-4n *. SMB. Auto 47 H > Auto Tyre C*. 30.4 SO-• f n ** Wir fckatain^ rfrothat. n*n i SO Jn _-2f "os-Fo, **• and^. •" %  ordare. kJ^jj^J^grintrig tn action, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 'I bj .|>pi,. .III.-HI pi Bjaafg | Baa RB Co per A A Gulller of St Mlchae HnCatg for pemtlation H Mall liquor*. Ac at a two Uullding .M comer of Hardwood Aile nnd St Michaa-r* hv Dated tlua Itth day of April 1B30 To.-D I MOKBIS Eeu PaUce Mafflatrete. Dlat A' Signed K SANDiKtrttD N.B. — Thi* applicaaoin *ii M oan.loared at a lacenaUig Court to be hH %  t PaUce Court. DUUIrt A '" %  day tha let day of Mg IBM at II o'ctork ^rasTHAm**n-iall Ifoua*. all -onvenlenco*. neat tieuch mid bui. Low I..-., .pection on pre) I hone Own nt 3188 of the road farlop • nqunre feet of land Includimr the bw • <-roa* the road runnl..pi II -dire The hotiae contain* verandah. dnwlnfJ and dining room*, three bedronrna with mnnlnf water and all othfoflU-e* Including kitchen with cupl-..-,,". 7?*?; %  •rtrftHty. G, nnd R.^,,, %  naulltd. Garage and Servant* room* %  Inspection any day-Phone USS Hellamy. The above will be .et up to publit competition at the office of the under •igned on Friday, the 3l*t of April, X9K. al 2 p.m. CABJtTNGTON fc fg*A| v. II 3 50-1*. tUC S,r Mr DaVaafBB*] Will orrei AM %  ;,.,. t their Office.. No' IT %  %  April 18SA A fully paid LIB I Ufe A*> the life of A Preaenl Surrender VaJu> i.tivr:n\>ii;\r MMHI HOUSING BOARD Vacancy for female Clerical Assistant Applications arc Invited lor The pa Hoarri. 1 v "' *• "" s '"Wet Be oath', none* on elttMr side, wl '>•.>( $480 \ 48 $1,200. Applicant., should have knowlcd.| AppUcal rlucation.nl qu enco. together with copin at Weumoal, Secretary. IIousinB Board, the Garrison and -6th April. 1950 OFFICIAL NOTICE i in l-l M roi UT oi Mil M ifQBiUbliliirt.4irli.nl DOROTHY CLOTH.I>.\ MORH1M. >\ '•' mt us*: wiisSuN iM-..aani: rigi t %  Datiuon .it our Offce No: 17. High St %  Apr.l IH50 maw All thai %  dwelling hOH I %  •dmu un i Hjiutrvi feet or thereab-m '-Pn H Bridgcuiwn. %  For furtra 'icliu-fngned' COTTIaE, CATFORi > WE will act vp : %  i iv iiuj rani. dov of Ai.nl 1050 it A Dwelling hni, Houae of tloni In the Pariah with the bind on Whlcti it *tnd* con. %  Parchi >nd Condi' •i a pply to the ui rOTTIX, CAT) IN |Mir*u*g>c*i of an Order m ""'I m (lie .ibnvr .. "Hi dnftof April IBM, I give o all i*ronB,iuvi!-t i intereet In or .my hen or I %  Uaf All thai em i %  pan of i %  "f land containing by jd!icai.n-ment One acre, two rood*. %  pan he* or thereabou;. harh rwmed part of the lands. %  ( Momf t. '-iplatni PI i„ u,Pitiiati of Christ Church and lalano .itoreaaM containing by noli iwur erne f n .,nd t>o arventh |-ervhe. .. ibouta lUuttinc and bounding o<> '%  %  1. J Roberta on land, o a nun an "'* E, "*i*' "' Soliannn Beat deter upd. ( CRM M %  nd * Swn ""l Milbert M. 1IM4B ST" "" '*"'''" %  Mo ** 1 k "-** i it7 on Rohi| iir | 1(1 „ rvPT ,. |BC 1IM min9 ob((( .>nd i -1 s .rn got MMd claim, WIUI %  %  %  I 12 iiHjom tu,d %  Clerk of the Ainalant Court of Apur-.i ••t the OK.. I %  t'i ih*. naliOre and pnorilv i.iion* w : :l fini the benefl ml Dnrre. . 1 urooertv %  %  %  %  1 do... il l>OFFICIAL NOTICE rot Rl HI %  tea i -lam pie. TV SETS % %  KOBLEM WASHINOTOM Parents arr t-ymplninmji ihal TV i^ turniin; Emtai Into problem I Wtul IMS) had .-.wi t.i u .iiiesnonnmui Children %  I I BJ BtaUl "IT %  had less inlemt in pi,.. cithi-: OUgh Uinr •t'li Mting in ' i'ed early %  li nightmares; in i rv doun %  i taming %  on land' o4 B Fnrd.. I'lnit and l %  %  the Aauitiett Court of \ | 1 I 1 %  li I Jut ad i:\Ti:KrKi^i\(. i time for ihr sptiiiK nub, .1 rnohN %  I Ustd in ail the New %  !,c nhMllfJ BCCBpl %  he said, %  Tin mXTUsUE AS BtfOUl on. ,.1 UH %  1 6i)i lor hri BtCCNBd D4 torn oi ih%  itmni Gone With The Wind — Vlmo-t Bed 52, wa counti-ig banknote* cut at the nexi n 1 train approaching Capetown bacK olona the %  Idffgtl* the train entercxl ih.it 'unnel. ind £10 notes %  tore up 30 £)0 inJtchfrd by tlte wind and --catierread SHIPPING NOTICES The M V. "CaJtBa H a" will acrtpi Cargo and Pa — anger* loi -Ti"i<-a. Antigua. Monnarr.il. St. Kjlta-Nevia aalUag 3l*t April The M.V. Daerwood' will ra> '*M Cargo wd Pw-nirrri '" Si Lucaa, St. Vincent, Granada. Aruba, date of 'MUng will be Biven RW.I 4CI'vX)NSR OWNXRS' ASSOCIATION tINC.) Conaigneaa. MONTBBAL AtaTBAIJA NFW ZBALAMB l.nt I IMITEIl 'at.A N.Z. IXNF.i %  raflWOefI* eapected IT. rive at Trtnldad from Auau-jlian p i.Oout .1"h Ma, TTY OF DtTPPT." %  alia I PB-ie Apnl 2Bth. Adetaule bome. May IBth. Sydney. May Tflth. F bane. June 7th, .inivu,•bout 4th July. Saat a a Jua about Julv The*B> > eaaet. have .unple pocr chilled, hard rroren oral general ti Cargo .iccepted on Ihn lading wtth trai.ilupniei.T t>w Itnt 4*1 GAilana, Harl>.* leeward Island. For further pan i wmiv M A£cO€U SicantAhipCo. 9nc. I H)RK SI.BVH F N I 7th April IBth April Mitt ORLEANS vr.K-.ICK i llOAMIR' ALCOA RL'NKKR" 'ALCOA llANOFRNO. 12n.l March Aih April It h April Bda* ffth Apnl 33rd Apnl %  f.n tin sot i linm M. Name .f -.1. NOB rtii l m \-m. < ANAUIAN' 0KBVICI. aUaatraBl itrtet* hil i lal BaBfl li.hi.. A. M. WEBB •Ma — Bon*i — Snare. Both Loot] and Foreign lioualu and Sold IH Roebyek St.. RridseUwn DM :u8. -:Hours I 9-3 ORIENTAL I.IHIIIS !! i l utoa it ui l l l R1 BRASflWARE, II \KUom> SANDAL. IVOI-.l I II I'll AM in:,). KASIIME l.i: l'r Wm ll\ --lirci Dial MM %  • J]MPLES AND *IACKHIADS ghost's Ointment MISCELLANEOUS D. D Momut. Pnim t^Ntnlt. DIM S.4 For Sale—C THIST1-FJM.WN *our waahing macshine and other laundering Price only 19 cent, per at l^btairuable from voul _-i, %  %  rfarbaato* Cn-Op. Cotton Far %  VtaSBl TRAWft, SaCIO Lad It 4 10-1 *5* GENUINE MY CROWN GINGER 4EE GOES BETTER WITH ROM OR WIHSk,



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    PAGF EIGHT BARBADOS ADVO< ATI nil BSDAV xi'lill. %  „ iK. Dames Heat ) HPC 3-0 Notre Dame defeale-1 Y 3—0 in their Second *ure when the> B i .-.>n 81 the Perl then %  %  od to up with the speed of the lime Gill, the Notre Dime's centre forward opened the eeore when he %  well timed shot A aba' Inside nhi %  %  from mid-Held In the second half, play was aoin transferred to the VJI leereas* icl at .i pMi from nhX wing The final blast I i \..ir DMM i.n, Daniel. Branch. Robf.M.YA Empire Dele*! Conbermere 5-3 F.Mi : %  %  %  %  %  %  %  in th<* last 1 %  %  *eho The Waiter Believed In Mind Over Menu II. Hillll^ r iso p* >. rrf rmvine nsh in the Public P the market lhi->. %  %  I .^_______ S AUERBKATEN txpUlr. the East Side equn browa. and when w: %  eal dish is usually ming in I golden orown | tanked by pouto pancakes—t howheaver spud Well, the other Thursday, tortured by a >-i ; dehI loaded mv %  %  fetch, with UM %  %  -auerbraten in New York worth a second drool. The dinner rush m OW" the Time I ;.r : face like rail i plopi' %  I m a napkin. Trinidad Trying To ""**" lu n Form Cricket Board \ ( *, KFFORTS arc being made in I rtm-lac! to lorm a i ricKel ,! Contrul alcin^i the lines of Barbados, Iv %  %  %  -brat Jamaica ne of the foui 7'' table* Ha ; ,, t c .„_1 thr cloth' Hoard ..f Control. _~ %  I KFKORTS are being made in 1 nnidad to form a Boa which has no ooaru 01 vumiwi I .,been rat %  rrinldad for tl l_*t r run right full back. Gibbo n kor im %  %  %  %  [ %  Utter of Muertfth ibout to dig in when n occurred hadn t %  i;e that, obso% % %  hrhile he was setting the 1 I doodled the word on %  I the S; Trinidad for UM Wn ning He I i impressed by the /M \ TO \ LI. \ /)S 'he first 7 „ ,, '' w *"" (ilPl.r nhants :n the tin. whereas the rtl itf Queen*! Part Conu %  %  %  lourn %  %  nee. He arrived name Asked what he Ihougl durini %  I had only seen %  and H 3o M li s vi II c Wednom that it a %  e Hill %  11 liiRh %  %  %  %  Kruler I and that the high %  .'. %  i) B.W I %  %  %  ;.. I Control to | %  %  %  lie -. %  ! not thai had %  meelin_ Ut week lien the* dedatad UM iiaatllall.B or UM latacaallM ert_eai prtaaarj ah , | iraajM lw to exercise a sort of avw ->II aaatrel al the atayen and the eojewataMfteeai 1 LIM MIKHllll Mil I| ot Il>, difTi-triil oiK.iiii-.lionthe Asa->. that when ih* %  1 %  %  %  Nil DON ( beta With rat %  %  %  i %  o f the %  I 8 | M l! C I i Fortress %  If M P C [)iv I .;. 19 | u\ H C gi .,., B M l'i'-%  *on. v \i Pj | M H C 0 B C x J Y i \ W / Wilt Have Ftrst Practice Game on Monday %  i i. .n Game i %  % %  %  R.ll.i. Itadiu I'ri^rainiiii %  .it these days ho viaitad m | M ing u penali %  %  %  <:< liter Hi %  %  . .ii prinawi %  i' nv T*k" Copt. Top I urnvi Scons TECHNICAL KNOCKOUT In Two Rounds %  of Argen* %  I M I Joe Louis Lea i w FOR BRAZIL %  ubition will %  • ught the coffee. I said "Ho whit I wanted"*" "I've been working here twentyi .rs." Bu: -By loeaUnd k it 'howed." I aid. Okay, now yv don't want no dessert o here's your check." The incident bouM vaiter anothci • As per usual. I had %  yen for .'.itL'ii hut to 11 nfoea him Thi % % %  n tn> tray-tootaa up-and-down. 'Make up please the Hnast duck no or sauerbraten ri "Sauerbnten, meekly. Ui me in on the Said when the meal W*J OVetC, •'How do you do tO put a Huge: rise.'' he said "afainly, it's a lot •.f little small things. %  Igh, ."lues a lime yuu %  an hen a cus%  drools a couple drops like he's thinking about something juicy. •Or take when J vegetarian comes in he looks kinda disinterested in food to bein you get an idea by UM corner of his mouth utl he's thinking of sour cream %  'fXON'T vou ever U takes and get in trouble' I said. h et 1 don't make, but trouble I once got into. 1-ast year i two of our customers got married | -the lady a vegetarian and the teak-rare type. %  When they tame m after tho honeymoon. I went to the kitchen and brought | out a salad for the wife and a big steak for the husband when the wife saw the steak, right away You lied to me. she said, i married you with the detlnite understanding no more meat. 'The waiter made some terrible kind of mistake, -aid her n.isbund. I was thinking about a tme like you nlod musta been some place elsewhere. I excused myself to the couple So I took back the steak while the husbands eyes followed like a hungry dog. and I then I brought him on a P^J I whole head cabbage, unstufied. and told him. 'Enjoy'." H IS story nnisheu. UM waiter scooped up his tip and switched off the neon sign in tne window. "I* time now 1 should have a little bite something myself." he said. 1 studied his face and tried to figure out by the droop of his underlip what he was going to eat but his face wasn't talking — at least to me. "What're you gome to have. I finally asked. • %  I don't know." said the waiter. "1 can't make up my mind,' Read Bill> Ro*e in ihe Kveninf \dviK-iieeven attain —i..t.>. Rinso makes coloured clothes brighter—white things whiter — with its richer lather > That's because the action of Rinso is so thorough and gentle — it floats out din easily and in record ume. And when you wash dishes in Rinso, they really iparfcle Make Rinso your choice — for easier, quicker and better mutts I RINSO for qjl your washf. Enhance Your BEAUTY with these MAXFACTOR Products i high %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  — Kt uli i Ml I K It D ; 111 III III HU 118 lib llarltudo* I rinidh I oothall iwocfotion %  %  larke. Th.W.-.lh. r III l>\\ Nun Raw I " %  %  Sun SeU I) II p in Moon tfii-l iju-oli | N I Uhlinx <> I" pm Hull Hal* i I its a in \ I sllKllVt Rainfall U'odrtiLioi I'uUI for month le djftj ,11 inMtei Max I %  THE %  %  leam KM < i %  iiu I \U Shades). %  (all shades) COSMOPOLITAN li iiL|i-i..liin BUM 1 i niiMl.lurr Mm %  11 A 1 Wind 1 U..U | %  | it l>m i 1 hj \ Wind \rliMit 11 i houi Haromrlrr *f am ; | in i !(M| Food & Drink Together IN A PERFECT COMBINATION li ihabowf n iM, Mwa KI deothxix )hc *N>l( I HARPIC ajAIWCC — given In Tilt BAKBA1)0> Cll II MKVItl. \SSlMIAITON At the Combermere School Hall M Saturday. • Bad \pnl 1950 i rauoQ of Civil be supplied by Mr. Arnold MM Member* and thru Kneiiilare Invited DaatUae, I ajaj iirrvs iminai Ml.MISSlDN :: Sl.mi IT'S <;<>OD TO KNOW S & L \s Matured Bleu. ..nd Bottled t I SllARr & SAMPSON LTD. No vtunder 9 out of 10 people say S & S again 'II \U 1 A V\MI*MIN LIU %  apparel proelaiiu* I he man*" I'in Striped SITKO ill Vi\> Hi Brcin. 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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE THUBSDAY. WIIII. 2 '. isa R\KBAW)J>§|A1)\0GATE — I M %  a • tsa, Mnw c U&. H %  ( % % %  M. Illi n iwi 11] \|Mii M, IMi Without lela> THE Authority have in n performed thicommendable ti lating traffic in Ihe City of Bricli f and in controlling pedestrians in the use of the Highway. Much has also been achieved in cleansing the alleys adjacent to Broad Street, and in making the City cleaner and more orderly Thr problem of the slums of Bridgetown has how's and alleys that lead into Milk Market and Baxters Road continue as an affront to civil. na and as a menace to the in of the community. A Public Health Bill after prolonged debate and much amendment, pass. House of Assembly and went on its v the Legislative Council in 194H •>"' that body was unable to complete its discussions before the I year brought the Legislative Session to a close. blot upon the City, nor to tackle the Islandwnlr i .lion. No Government can afford indefinitely to ! <.:' with a matte! so important to the health of its subjects and the happin* Old tic unnecessary to recount the harsh an I character of the Bridgetown slums. The Royal Con report was published in 1945 described tin then the Barbados in particular and a i "In both town H„. : king people I much .1 is deplorem imintry lh ' %  I In contribufoi asp.ni ofcontentnv %  [I I bilil .lI.IU ten nmunityandi T asv. I upon and v The o %  %  -.! mannrot fovernment by studying th.:. of their towns. The a commercial race Spanish Empire-2 !. &f Dr. John Parn grew to prosperity and importi ) more vice-royalties •KXV jdded. Buenns Aires and da or Colombia These ffflcea. though less sought after ...an European governorships sura ver they went closemerely a form of rather roundu that of the Nethered stockaded fortress* bou taxation. Spanish tittrwisU positions of great dignit, and towns, designed to house and not seem to have regarded commanded very high the sale of onVes as la v were nearly ahng deplorable. The system was even peninsular Spaniards 'there were defended on th* ground that the enjy three exceptions) anJ they public auction of offices premaintained lavish and no doubt vented nepotism Offices went to expensive courts. Their pal?ce*. the highest bidder, and not la in Mexico and Lima -:.the viceroys" favourites The only fa ts of government In those concession to the ideal of effcapitals are huge baroque build\cy in local government lay n. n gr. evidence of a glory now Una* of the requirement that all purslightly faded and moth-eaten ZJZZH "ErlZLTchases of offices should be conT he viceroys were supposed to ll %  _• staffs of harbour*, and warehouses 'Wished a century lateEnglish North mostly trim little mar-' appearance an form of government, their mun.cipal being all the householders The muni* %  nounnoiutii nc iiimnfl__—4 K tha CM -i-n • anH m that rinnittt*. .-.f Q M ni < " <>'•• £er were both civil .overnor. i...n in tovcrnmi. rrn ~ n „I.J„-. ,,_-|, n h,. v ,H„j %  ... -^ %  and in the details of lay-out desifned I the models of Old Spain one had its wide, square plazi at the centre, flanked by the Cathedral, the law courts, the •Da town armoury, ad' b | nun, slrative offices and the i ,\nded_for judges and rrangemer Crown pledged itself to buy the and military commanders-ln office back and sell it again to ; „,ef. responsible both for ajE-ch • om bo,1 > mor suitable. ministration and defence, and The town councils exercised anpearance their authontv was considerable local author ly; they almost absolute. The Spanish regulated building, markets and Crown, however, was always fairs, waterways, roads and othdeeply suspicious of figh ofller public works They levied c |,i, i n remote places, anj parrates and local customs duties, ocularly suspicious of officials .„, and allocated grants of land „, t he noble and military cast SI J^££,.IIJ ,Y?„T7? 1 Th "* '< %  "" %  " %  "' >"* %  T a suspicion no doubt inner lad ZZL2 £ZZ*VZL. 1. !" ^.M " •"""•" opportunities for Irom fru(ta Um „ T Roman camp. Town government Jp „ ul „ ;on and municipal govpj .„„, or thjl Spaniard was a close oligarch) It concrnmlnl wu undoubtedly cor„ a nation had. and sUll have, a council or eaWW ^p, Municipal corruption is a „,„„, umdency to faction and ll, i!H! not """"own m other parts of Mp r atism which was restrained -town councillors. Big places to Americas, but the chief de^Z by nCTC „* peraona; lovmighl have more—Mexico City K of lh c Dnao5 ]„ n lh e JK & UlVKlnT ThV Crown and Lima had twenty-four each. fKt that they werc nol mUy co the townsfolk Noracllor „ Ti, m was no local , the viceroy's offlee. in theory mally the corrimandlng orncer of electorate People who thought so powerful, was hedged with ** %  Councillors colonial administration which att p | aC cs of profit were either, I have just had news of an ordinarv Brit In this manner were were open to Spaniards born in nn ed Dy appointment in Spain, iK a-,— .!,, ^hn arriuavH in Rrtshane Austra. ,r-.dorr* osslat.ere-—an Uw Moat higher. offices or ,,<, by the Treasury officials lsn farmiv wfl a mvea m ' %  ; %  :llnrs "> the colonial bureaucracy were in America, the Viceroy merely reserved for royal offlcUUs sent confirming the sale The Viceroy. however, in the case from Spain, who returned to n. 0 rever had on %  nit towns, the Crown Spain on completing their turn po Wer to spend Government M only in the town, „., K n:iand and councils that the Creoles — as i, on 'from Spain. The ChaiaM V H" i-bon Spaniards were did not have u separate budget. was a steady pressure to restrict called—could get any practice or ari d there wa* a large staff of an and privileges of training in politics or adminisTrestSUT) officials who took care necestration. Naturally the political jo prevent any unauthorised .nee corporate training offered by the town expenditure Thirdlv •rag of a very limited rov's miliUry authority. In theory Ml nalure. thtr. In the nfThese facts are of first importr ;\ us ry. Apart from naval DCSJ In understanding I -' history ot lea, and its was un til th,. eighteenth century "' nvtrgence from that of En^i. •iu..eros. The reAmerica. In the North American colonies. The Viceroy had to ruthless y suppressed, colonies and in the West Indies ,,; %  upon a mll'tia ipal there were almost from the bemanned %  .... "| aaaan li ai power of voting direct ings or to deal with fn. : ,•11 unpofiai.t taxes. The necessary foundations u was rot responsible self-government enforcing %  %  against date, and ne wishes of the" colonists themthe eighteenth eantury wi ipon the thirteen ooloolat ravolt* \\. %  • which involved thay had mature instruments of i, omea to mind .>rnm,.nt all ready to take p u nfmt feature of his appointment; over. the viceregal autb i' an easy \ n i^tin America none o' these lne Viceroy waj boun blasji bapp en ad. All unportant :i .i blddei deciaMnJ and many unimportant matters, not from a p ones were made in lladlid. TIMcouncil, as In the I 'SEMI. M. um SEHOLB HEQI IS1TES .III H mil MF.XSI RKS BROOMS and BBl'SHK> KETTLES. SAICEPANS and FRVPANS WIRE DISH (OVERS BOWLS. BASINS. PA1I.S OLAMWABI ..lid I HINAHARF. NUBI ^nd (-I.EANSERS WOOD STOVES and OIL BHN I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LIO, Successors u C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Dial: 4473 :-. 4687. %  %  '''*''•'-'''''•-''•*'/ SELECT THESE TO-DAY. \UST11ALIAN PBANUT BUTTER—4oz. bottles AUSTRALIAN PBANUT BUTTER IO02. bottles CARK'S CHEESE CRISPS—ilb. pUt, STRAWBERRY JAM lib. bottles CUSTARD POWDER fclb Un LIPTONS COFFEE—'ilb. tin NECTAR TEA—Vilb. pkg. \ PE GLUCOSE—lib. tin SCHWEPPSS TONIC WATER—per bol. NUTR1CIA POWDERED MILK 1 It. tin 92c. 2J lb S2-UK. . \h S4.III %  Th.%  the Laf ,,, 11 to prevent any g out a and the royal bureauVli nt policv. ippe.tiTd. than %  I'xtremelv eaUbUahad luUMrily in the In •lies except a number of nan %  [O add that some ;irrv out eneiL. reforms, lat. end i 1 training but for this they needed the supwas confined I of* of the audiencias parish pump order of importance. were to play a leadThe san i nig pan in the assertion of inapply also to the i dependence, but they proved to rrnors and 1<> the small, r fry, r>e of vary little use in orgamvi M correiidares. Independenre on a national seal knee li BnotJ iina In this ted nd prothat a rather sim lar curtailment vincial administration as it n OB In most Bril isted in the sixteenth ami HVonaea today, what with th enteenth cntunes Because lv I : one hand ani administration was bureaucratic elected legislatures on the other, vt not iigovernors haw f |l %  ume that it was necessarily incare, if they move at •] competent; it was not It was it WHS. though for was reaaonably coinpet. ] haveaireaoy mentioned the •otne respecu unusually human ireasury organisation. ,:htened by the notions !** %  "mprued a sep-i of the time lt a s.-ivant, u.i"< salaried ofnciala appointed for the most part astonishingly Jreen Spa uovernors, loyal Unlike th. nv.-. and municipal offlclals, the ofn='P> duties were collecting all nd H colonial s: the oflke Coundlloi light their e to! were local and partieular%  agora upon payii> which n I I %  In th • Indie* I with i % % %  Inl hlm to a 5TS."JBy bought before leavitu n the • . %  vet % %  %  *m %  .i coneUbta, an inapecioi .sues, a standard bearer, ..,i.. puMK t to, tn, woik S/hlch the\ %  Bee was %  %  %  *• ranks FOR REAL COMFORT and STYLE IN %  ppoiBtad and paid by Undue and arranging for tin ilup,n ll„UfM al i-,,,„„ They did nul • "i "' £ our l*; k K ; A man paid omcel I I lax. usually a flat fifth of %  I,;. „„„, „ bv .ii IhiIndus rat iuscapii.il "mi „| ,i„. colonial oOcUli wtn iht Tl -' %  •'•''• <"H"'' •> '•>• I .i-iilh and '" '' WM *" elab iwrlod "( yeoi ,„ ce n i ur ies there were "rate system of weighing and As far as the i ... and stamping I shipment organisation p,^ ,„ h< ; ,.,,1,,,,..., Una n.iinuiual ..fflc-s was a „„,,„ parts „, lm r (To be Continued) li.i. and—12 of them working (four women) —averaged £ 90 a week between them. Of course, Australia has just introduced a new basic minimum wage. It ranges from £6. 7s in Queensland to £6. 15s. in New South Wales. LIVING COSTS These rates form the foundation of all wages—for Australia has been fixing wages in the light of what industry can afford u pay If industry flourishes — so u• • worker. And don't let them tell you lian prices soar above ours. Tin %  > %  don't —many Britons who have/ lit STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. LID out since the end of the war have found that VrtV/,',y/ # v//A ,v/,v//VA'AW, their essential living costs are actually 19 or even 20 per cent, lower. The Australian pound is worth Ib's. of our money—but in purchasing value internally it is not far short of parity, judging by immigrants' experiences. "Down Under,'' the agricultural worker is not the Cinderella on the wages lists I have one of those lists in front oi t at, agricultural workers' wages conip.ir favourably with the tradesmen of the towns. Indeed, haystack builders and thatchers are second from the top—led only by clue. pharmaceutical chemists. HIGHEST STANDARD In New Zealand, they have one of the highest living standards in the world. The Arbitration Court there has laid down the following rates for men workers:— Skilled men 3s. lid. an hour. m-skilled men 3s. 6d. to k> H',d. II hour. Unskilled men 3s. 5d. an hour. These are the rock-bottom bases on which awards are made. And it should be pointed; out that, in practice, wages paid are markedly higher. For purposes of comparison, you CO It that food prices in New Zealand IK erally lower than here, while prices of clothes are generally higher. £80 A MONTH How do European workers fare out in! Africa? Well, as an example, European miners in] Northern Rhodesia have been earning an; average of £80 a month—plus bonus. True, with those earnings go high expenses; but with the expenses |0 IWlog standards not even dreamt of by the miners back fa Then again, in Uganda, Indian can,. and masons are makiiir; £40 %  month MJ, more.—L.K.S. %  //? GENTS FOOTWEAR SWMil TO LOAFERS AND MONKS A FULL NOW IN RANGE STOCK— — SEE THEM AT — DA CCSTA & Co, LTD. Dry Goods Department Our Itt-iiHi-i-s Nil? : I'. k. i l tiilion Sim*Tlit' War .Mil*! 1 Ilr I % %  ! i N.MMI 1 d %  I M." ut view : %  i in potsi%  %  %  %  ISSS? or. %  Canada %  K | %  timtribuiion to wv'Ul recovcry %  i %  in tsw cold war Moi, %  %  quality the protected w i ut hi.-i that priA i the United it the process ...ill th;.m can han", o %  It of the AIM Our best form of co-opci from t > % %  %  Of difficulty in .: their purchases from Canadian imports from the ; the world outside the I H-mispheic rOM $440 million In 1H4T to S6. the situation which preceded the lattons, progresWBU. test markcl in 1949, i : !ciii opportunity to *n what can be actoniplished in Un field. CerUmly those at nre inten as those of the D0II1.1 Trad* Board. producers break into the Candian market or expam: isting business with Canada. READER , but an aeeeeaaaried by the c —t a m ary boaa Sdca, will be lenored. MMMJ snrh read. Ilka EsUUr'a daak uaea weefe, ssad readen are acala remladad af UM far Uw a i Haa'a 1 ,vhich pribc WBOU-B to Ui* tditor. wM far rwalleaUaa. bai aa aa 1 *or af ceasl faHk. Beef Steak — Mutton Chop* Chickens — Rabbits — Ducklin| FOR RICH DELICIOUS ICE CREAM use • • MUX Mixed rruii Pudding._g rli Podtrcd Hhoir *" I lb Haj M"i FOODS %  Hfl CtffH 1 apen.. Miner 2e' %  R Mr*l. Lrm.it Card, Hunters .„ ,. ( 'tat. 1 lb PWw GODDARDS TO-DAY






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    LONDON DOCK STRIKE
    77 a
    10.000 Workers Oui
    LONDON, April 19,
    50! RE than 3,000 London ¢ors and stevedores struck
    IVE wy. srk this afternoon bring: vg 7,700 other workers out
    th them and affecting 90 ship: . The men’s mass decision—
    wi otest against the ex of three men frem the
    . ' $
    fransport Workers Union fo: iv part in! year's strike
    f Can: adian seamen was invine tely s: ed from ship
    0 |
    t the main dock area.
    to ship throughou : ; trike sce
    : Wi he hatct :
    Se ore etore iki ¢
    Loved Hor ( 1 n ti i Ci Ver t
    ] o- 7° > ea ye KIn ce
    3 Than His W ife laces the evedore who sto
    ‘ cargo uw YY ,
    bers SE lifornia, > : K E
    m SA JOS! Avril 19 spread still further and
    i Maria Lightner told a C,000 London remen
    | H Age wre that she Ww anted They will n ‘t tomor
    pace wea pecause she was s Vill meet tomorrow n
    | oree becau : to decide whet r to trike
    } a 4 of playing second fid- : cs 1 vhe ner : irik
    ae in aniat husband’s refer oO arbitration Sa lisp
    le to h ‘ caused by the proposal of o
    ve. : i ‘ceils tie | Shipping company to recruit m«
    Abou we Gay ermanent i in
    qileged her hu 1 sala: eer : 3
    “Pm passionately in love es
    with my horse. I love that "swith et dient
    â„¢ horse more than any human We wi ot cease :
    F in the world.” : 5e € reinstated,
    The divorce was granted to tmelr expeiled com-
    —Reuter.
    —Reuter







    Acheson Says.
    nt US. Must
    Join ITO

    Sultan Plotted :
    To Overthrow :
    Government












































    F WASHINGTON, April 19
    Dean Acheson, American Secre- IN INDONESIA
    y of State, said today the pro-
    med 54 nations International DJAKART April 19
    fade Organisation to promote| ‘The Sultan of P ianak, Hamid
    orld trade could not function un- | Amid ‘the Sex ond s confessed to
    ks the Unite’ State oined. He j}ordering the rebel ader Captain
    fas testilying belore he Hous¢ “Turk” Westerling launch an
    ] Representatives Foreign Affairs | attack durir meeting of the
    pmmittee studying a bill «to au- | Indonesian Cabinet on uary 24
    } morise American membership of |and shoot three of those present,
    he Organisation which—through | jt officially announced here
    he United Nations—would pro- | tonj
    ie a forum where nations could| The official stateme nt
    g their trade grievances and \the Sultan of Jogiakart
    Je trade probler lof Defence Dr. Ali | ur
    ; secretary General of the Defenc
    The Snarier has been signed by | Minist ; Col a : a
    tions and wil iene. eal ef. | ViInistry, ima) Lonel soimatur-
    na’ anc: Will le into bang. ting Chief of Staff Armed
    when accepted by 20 govern- Rorce ere. thos named-.t
    nts. F a LOSE a to be
    ued
    son said only two n= | :
    ee, ee fi A. ae ‘ According. to Hamid’s alleged
    ad so fat 1 » » ees ; ;
    Titer. the ote + sy '€ ,confession, all other Ministers
    . sane g see
    , a aig ey walling to seé ; present’ were to be arrested, and |
    iether the United States accepts |; ‘ 1 ,

    N : ie was planned to form a new
    Charter, he said Government ufterward with
    Wrking Congressional approval ce Mi
    ; , Hamid as Defence Ministei
    American membership, Ache- | 1 arta : ’

    ae a b - The Sultan, who as Minister
    on said the I.T.O ould “im- ; y 1 1
    i . en 5 vithout portfolio, was arrested on
    fasurably strengthen” the 1 nited | April 5 on a charge rganising
    ales and other freedon loving a
    ; ; the revolt led by Ca it r-
    muons in efforts to ¢ iblish a {
    ling, former cn 4 n
    orld order in which people could | West Jai n Jat i
    le in pe r tl ese phlei Reéater
    pir way ove er
    arown. -
    Reuter ‘ oe
    ic... Rifles, Tommy
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    Guns In Court

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    2 3 2~RAGUE A 19
    »| ( Vi | | PRAG Kpril 1¢
    eee atOne Month | 5... or Cum Apt 9.
    . } old woman ent on trial before
    tON 1 f | ; .
    ah ms +h 19. _| the State Court in Prague today
    day 2d yee | ae i charged with treason and
    ‘ DD. oe ihe 4S | espionage on behalf of the United
    » Princess } Pahlevi, | c;, ,
    States Embass
    fr she had ( n Ameri- vt
    Student, | ; s Che indict there
    ; wey fles ven per- re f ¢ < h Em-
    Bion for then y Gmeerd, omit a ; ma
    ammedan | he Princess | a8) i A Pie
    fnounced here { ys, ea to be} ; Laior
    j: . 4 Ine 1 ( ( \ )
    Princess Fatima i € ind | yay i Wah). a lex
    Wealthy husba: 7 -vear-old | *, Ries Bers ,
    Meent Lee Hill ewpected to} he four former
    | Md the Moslem religious cere- tha. imi 4
    per 1 t fT a
    mny in Paris with the next re 2 uded Samuel Meryn
    OH wonth. The coup e1 a yore eo ere yt
    ha © et SE erae clerk in the military attaches
    a ‘ . 1 remon at Pr ‘ 0 ‘ . me last
    ) ivitivecchia, Pan enoi lice who wa arrested
    days a a ma *| October and latex eel from
    © ago V( . he
    Shah ‘de Ged) aay —_ t ii | Czechoslovakia on chert a
    ri rived h ister of all] Gicp : uate
    oyal prerogative: S and all con-} Ere aan ~
    D. tions with nis family because | ~ VRS Raat
    e had married abro id without{ Rifles, tommyguns, and ay tc
    P bermission | a military pack, and two or three
    —Reuter. | radio set ind other equi ne nt
    isplayed in court
    rhe chief ised, Nechansky

    SEEL “He ai ro wah hansen of

    SIR GEORGE



    HERE THIS MONTH the Emba Staff asked him to

    }form an espionage organisation

    Prem Our London Co ponde !to carry on espionage duties. He

    LONDON \pril 19 } tcld court of the organisations |

    Bit Georg Seel, new Co-Chair- | of two or three separate groups,

    gp Briti -arlbbea Commi eof which he led, the second

    my sails for Barbadk to-day | being led by the defendant
    rit og tf" to arrive here on | Wahl

    | —Reuter.














































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    i! LONDON, April 19.
    . Tr ) ; eee i las
    Fre » | abe . RICIARD A. BUTLER, a merazer of the Con-
    a yur servati ‘Shadow taunted the
    Movement Labour Government today with not expecting to
    " continue long in office.
    7 : he iY ly Tnue + Ana
    Strengthened Resumine the debate in tho House of Common
    oe ; . . ey | es g ‘ . 1
    Sir Stafford Cripps Budget, 5, Butler said
    SAYS HARRIMAN Opposition gained the impression that this w
    -
    amie the budget of a man and a Government ‘ do
    NEW YORK, April 19, M eed feet ee ar
    Averill Harriman, Marshall Plan not choose or care to look very iar anead’’
    Roving Ambassador, to lay envis- + tier er il
    aged a time when “pressures will
    begin to operate behind the iron a nee
    curtain to break down the Krem- F
    lin Control,” ipat
    “When and how no one can pre- > .
    dict,” the wartime American Am- rrives n n
    bassador to Russia told New York t med “un-
    State democrats at the party’s an- e e villing” to con-
    nual Jackson Day Dinner. « tras he
    At $100 a head, all tickets for rinl ac ines £190 10
    ‘ 7 . : , . rae : _ a at “Nan seen above tied ; the dinner were sold. It was ex- OC
    \ CROWD gathered at the lower Wharf vesterday when the shing boat Nano (see! aie wate 20 ) . : j ce a ; r e ye
    off alongside the Wharf) brought in the ‘ife'ess body of its skipper, Sydney Ifill oe es. Seen Elee. Cer: Seen eee t recedented sur for I
    INO i ongression¢ elec-
    died suddenly while the wen was out on a ishing trip, tions PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 19 mini t pen 1 the |
    | | Harriman said there could be Sir Hubert Rance, ea tor f the country
    T ; ‘ . isaffe new Governor told a packed Diam I wn ac
    ‘ mT mr [no doubt that the “disaffection of : aa
    “WY HOPPING s | | D FISHER MA N Tito has resulted from the success] 0V¢rflowing Council Chamber this | eountant tl ht that teac
    LVRS RL ) of the Marshall Plan. Russia is out} Morning that he encea AaP=| ysi ease xat t
    Nee ; to rule the world by fear. Within} Proachi his ASK Govert OF! Chancell I ‘ en
    LIES DIES A j SEA Russia the Kremlin is afraid of} @2@ Comm sha pane ‘ vest worker
    Zl f the people and the people are} 4&4 and Tobago with deep hun t ‘
    = ‘ afraid of the Kremlin rk a ’
    V | 9 j ® . * « . ‘ made sm I \ plving to iddresse
    t te bearniest:| AT about 4.45 yesterday evening the fishing boat 131) Banyan ar ag ; 1ade this ganion pol- | sin ealatne - , = e. oe ‘ vad
    Michael M ' ee Aas Vappo iatled into the Careenage with the lifeless body of | lation reg hin ee athe an hour earlier from the U.K.,| Instead, the tax liability ot
    ; “f S . 8 oO a. vu ’ » ag oe Le » =
    hopping lies beyon Sydney Ifill huddled in the stern. |key posts: candidate for the New| SS Matina sa jeveryone had been reduced ex
    rges by the Soviei | Ifill, a man in the late sixties, died suddenly while out | york Governorship later this yea |,, Sir Hubert told the gathering] cept for the lowest paid workers
    New ic plane on 2 fishing voyage. He was a resident of Welches, Christ | and successor to Paul Hoffman as) that he was ay aa he many | who cid: not: carn: cnough to pay
    ee ee "| Church, and was skipper-owner of the Vappo Marshall Plan Administrator adiinecaa "eieae chl bales
    nu ‘ di 7 A T i r battle for f confront the colon roblems | c] P ' .
    prove the] The Nappo is one of the small- | , The front line of battle for free- ahi Se vie cate et oes ,

    ited | cael J : : the local fish- | 40m in Western Europe was the) Wh must! jolved ee | \ e Par ‘ ex

    ited § innate - est fishing boats of the local fish lab t t | omic life and ell bt. thas . #

    heport Vloscow today ing fleet and only carries a crew | * The ee nt wtséteis ..| peoples of Trinidad Tohago Be > ae
    quote 1 y t Soviet | SPOR | S of two—the other man being Mor- hatha 4 re Mos ve ; ee eet” | ea. ndtenne and! nit cematia a | :

    gazine that the United States | ris Ifill, a relative of Sydney, who beth ‘ , ft th P T . 4 eM y tionary or perhaps even retarded “

    id rescue planes waiting in Den-! WINDOW also lives at Welches. | . oF ans fs ania pts Pram . ae “With God's help o-opera- | pl
    mark even before the plane in- | After Sydney Ifill died, Morris | tees * ahs ae 4 : ion. F am-sure we we +] 8 e

    olved in the incident had taker CARLTON, who scored theit sumnmoned the fishing boat Uta- | ‘UES 0) Surops ; ,_ | all difficulties with whi ‘ Sel

    ‘ : : irst First Division victory by ee oe th icinity. to With the failure of strikes call- : 7 =
    off from Wiesbade This was defeating Pickwick-Rovers on vine which was in the vicinity »t ed for Kremlin Political Objec be faced he concluce |
    crte is proof o* United Stat ¢ Si iy, will engage Harrison his assistance. The crew of the tives, the Free Labour Movement} Although he had ed what | ‘ ‘ t

    tion for lain inten 1] College Kensington this eve Utavine. were Alfred Smith and | /!Ves, The Le Sy ene | termed a “West. India tt entia hi
    eparation tor a plalt itentional | i College, so far, has lost ail Cl : + Bath Vil- has been strengthened i : ‘ ase th |

    eral 5 ot a Bien ety audius Harewood of Bath i inate A ‘ | look he iid from today the iver 1
    provocation of eir previous enghkements a, Nina Joul- | Present attempts of the Com-| : ; }

    There is considerable discussion | rage, Christ. Church: and Goul- |munists to use the Trade Unions| *!fairs of Trinidad and Tobago] t peace FMeNt
    whether the United State vill bourne Layne of Montrose in the | to pre vent the inloading of AXner- | MUSt be My concert e la ; rt
    whetl ne LEC states wl | tc ve 4 é sof are | 1

    same parish. | ° ¢ 4) ; tons
    eventually take its dispute with d G ji . a .}ican Military Assistance is again " | ( IS] este
    h ; ; roulbourne Layne boarded the | ‘*#0 : : : ae First Love | ; : sini
    i Soviet a AOD. OVEr, TES PORS- John Goddar Nappo and assisted Morris Ifill in Pre § bones eet a ase tl ier es “ still to build up
    Poe oe Sree fe = | . sailing it to the Careenage. and th canatinn ile: That dite re He, howeve ms ‘a we S of Fritain’s sold : ‘rves a long way
    the American plane to either the | i Both the Nappo and Utavine | 2° S| : | be interested in his first love-—| . & . ‘ ;
    Internationé ul Court of Justice or| Anxious oGet have their moorings at Oistins but j he aaas pad cores ave Tye jfederation and affair of the | gee we She present figure, he said.

    e United Nations Security C - . because of this ,unfortunate inci- | encores lit 4 ne er Oreo 1€} Caribbern Commission and ( nln was the only real hoy
    cil O ; h Field dent they had ‘to deposit their leur VNY Of Our pariners iD} nial Levelopment and Welfare | loyment | econor

    Secretary of State Dean Acheson | n e catches at the Lower Wharf. — er re is the will t9 work, the| O'8anisation | ependence
    is expec fo clarify the United Shortly after 6.30 p.m. the wife, | . OES SS PHO Were 6) WORK, z Replying to an address present- | Lf er el é€ (

    ; ‘ . | will to fight and the will to win |
    States position generally at his| (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) sister-in-law and son of the dead Their d ads ‘a tA) itt us ed by the Legislative ineil, Sir) it will come not fri any fall it
    eekly Pre onference on| EASTBOURNE, April 19. |man arrived at the Wharf. When |! on ‘Necte Atianti vr 4 ty | Hubert referred to the proposed | j itional demand but from
    Sridey.aRbater Eastbourne arranged everything| the Polig: van arrived at 6.35 to} Shon aak*s evel elt reaty | new ¢onstitution [ feel con-| jack of dollar h which to buy
    : ; jfor the West Indian Cricketers} remove the body to the Public setting as * eget aipality” = vineed,” he said, “that this new ential raw. materia he said
    except sunshine, Mortuary his relatives broke down cciehe ee or, neutrality. ‘0/ constitution which represents COn-} rhe cebate was then adjourned
    a While members of the team are} and began to ery. Other fishermen This oburanaoias puleha ihe siderable advance in the political . arr Reuter
    y . . |staying here they have been given| « 2 Wharf assisted in lifting the w Suuregeous § OSCis life of the colony will, provided : '
    | 2 taying here they have been given] on the arf assiste & ca Pr : Shabu s | lite th 1 ill, provide as le
    } Calls His Chile |free passes to three of the biggest| body on to the van Sohietee cer ate, : : aarti it has the active or passive sup- | C O
    |cinemas, honorary membership of A post mortem examination will | Delleve- . yee " port af the people succeed overnor ens
    : ‘ " fe s 8 ne sreatest single ¥ ‘
    Backward Constitutional Clubs, invitations to} be held today. ahastrmea i saad he cane jand serve as hining | I
    visit the Loyal Hippodrome ’ “ore ’ Re jto other part f the Britis oF an ‘
    IEW YORK | : 4 | —Reuter, ; ; oF ‘ » ue \
    : NEW YORK, as 19 Theatre, souvenir guide books in- | Empire advancing al im Le gisiatur ¢ | ti¢ sday
    Pre nt Gabriel Videla of | 4 | . ‘ j road I for my rt do all 1
    scribed with their nam rivilege | > | ; ' , ul
    Chile referred to his own coun- we a eo et 4 Police Siand By jean to secure anc { : eOvern
    ‘ tickets entitling them to | - BI k | 1? i i i ‘ ft
    try as back wart rea when n > towr > uppor -
    a : entertainment facilities in town ’ ac Sea oa a . F ‘ € dy ' ut
    alled om the democracies here} ing 4 special bus to take them any } In Brest kK uneral | He be ged ii eners to ‘ ; “eh ,
    night to aid backward areas}... ue " 4 : . (the nev nstitutior .
    where they want to go. . . > .
    in a world-wide fight against; “ere they want to go.) Startle Regulations | and abstain tros
    Russian Comraunisn A: ies ‘ és | | ! ny ra
    cis : Wide . ,jhave had their first _ Serious | , | MOSCOW. April 19 lf Saal
    President rae peel on practice since arriving in Vingland PARIS, April 19..| pussia through the Soviet Navy | a at a dinner 1 Ms honour ON- 1, tea Seka), ¢ 411 ft sea hades a Sia, t g INE *
    ored y the Par \-American |@ Stiff breeze and a drizz of Part | Republican guards a lice newspaper Red Fleet, declare Br reason of hi ppoint RAILWAYMAN BURIED
    an Ta tt United State: i made such a practice impossible.| were at the alert in the Atlantic to-day that the 1936 Montreux|]ments, Sir Hubert a BREST .pril 19
    ociety as a acti : ates ane! Skipper John Goddaid is deter-| Port of Brest, storm centre of the Convention governing navigation|made many frie) mongst Five people carrying
    jhe. ¢ sy op eran Hotel, | mined hewever rain or shine for| present wave of labour unrest in the strategic Dardanelles and|many sections of tI eople f|French a Re reatl
    1on at the aldori=é la 0 lhis men to be at the nets) where a railway worker killed Bosphorus had “ceased to cor-| Trinidad and in addition visitec i ‘ he lege cal
    | He said that it Gemocracies did| tomorrow. While he, like the re Yi - nee street riot was to be respond with the interests of}many parts of “thi Ae el . ; : e ‘
    |not aid the backward areas ag/of the team appreciates the! buried to-day, “ Black Sea powers” | But he said he would not b« 6 Id ra
    }much as they could, they would!hospitality shown them, he con-| The French Communist Party Red Fleet added American | fied until he dl nents eve a
    | be “committing very grave siders first the function of the’ Organ La Humanite to-day squadrons are :requent guests of | of tl ¢
    | error,” It was necessary, he said, West Indies cricketers should ney called for a nation-wide work | the Marble Sea” (the sea of Mar- | hé the worrte ope t
    | } age . ( » " 1 ) « t ' le »
    | to eliminate the misery and pov- ;to get cricket fit co to coincide with the} mora) “and Turkish aerodromes | sectic f its peo; Reuter.
    ert hich existed in Chile t« “ E Pa AA have been converted into landing |
    . ntain democratic ideals The team had rather an amus~ In Paris police were on guare| fields for the American Air Forces | {(
    lause from a large crowd|ing introduction to the town yes-) against demonstrations by lock- All this compels us to. still
    Ce jumbia Univers where he | terday, ie Neda ph ed-out workers at a State aircraft greater vigilance and unremitting- |}?
    | vas presented with an Honorary|‘rom Victoria at 1709 and phe factory. ly to strengthen the defences of | §{
    Degree, had earlier to-day | Mayor and several other Civ‘ Communist trade unions lead} the Black Sea Reuter. | \
    Stal wned the protest hout 0 ignataries were at the station lo! ers appealed to the workers to 1}
    — e welc > them, But when the train] march to the factory gates and | , | {
    cet tudents Reuter elcome F nare > the é BE é Y |
    a See we arrived only Allan Rae, Roy| qemand work. About 500 steel- Suspect Yellow ‘
    ee Marshall and Sonny Ramadhin/ helmeted police patrolled the} { rT} : Beak Gall Se )
    . " ‘ om lighted. Remainder of the party | factory in the “Red Belt” of Paris | m Vil { The name by wal h you 1y ask for ‘
    Fond ol His W ife: had arrived at Victoria just one} and 50 police cars were parked Fever In Vwttan new wholesome and delicious
    minute too late to catch the train | jn strategic positions with rifles , MILAN, April 19 ]
    | They came along shortly after-; and tear gas in readiness | MILAN, Ap ‘
    oe » » . . . re ‘re 7 -
    | Assaulted Her |i, |“ Police. and demonstrators had| , Doctors here were tonight in|
    | 19 —By Cable. | clashed several times at the fac- | Vesus ona a —
    KING STON, ane Ay . . | tory since the workers were di3- een eaves a — —
    Fa a Raa ee missed last Saturday after riots ft eee eek Lema, Sree d {{ ({
    j}erick De Fours Walderode, was a a | ’ eclkeater } smal town of Rho north of Milan i} i
    quitte 1 court here to-day ol 2 | ee * | and a third death in Milan itself
    it n ad mmuni- Bve-Election ea fourth case has been isolated in )
    ore ee? Oe el Seo | : spite , as , yy
    in tent to endange fe ~ | ie , a hospital her« Measures against | //
    beng with S eaciite = cee see On Ma * A. Usual Pattern the spreading of the suspected {{
    He pl 1 Zullty tt asse y j be. art : .
    ’ fs | . outbreak. have been taken at Rho } \
    a an a i 3 cout | Tr Catt one April, bo while doctors who hurried to the {
    nousekeeper, anc was co Ps . ‘ c ne Catholic newspaper ore- > fr Milz sara ak ’ i?
    ; 9. town from Milan were making i\
    ally ischarged to commit n I ' anny bee on | cast the imminent dissolution of ( careful investigation )))
    > 1 . ’ . -
    |further offence in the next year hate fase Be ga —s - - the | 211 religous orders in Czechosl »~ | ~simaabes §
    |The Chairman of the Court said} 7 Uesda; - elaction to fil the| Vania i equvempbremnetamiens
    the Count was passionateiy fond}Gate of the election to fill ) The Paper, which usually re-j if
    f his wife. —Reuter vacancy i. Romane s BrG0ust! aacss the official Vatican. view- City Rock
    f his wife. —Reuter. and Spenborough district. The ” gins hag sully oc 448
    . > ’ - Party | Point, said the news from Czechos- ~
    — |seat was held for the Labour Party Rarities #6 Fike Seely that wa. rs
    in the February 23 General E'ec- road ja ee ns a oe ie Ship Explodes
    tion by F. A. Cobb who died last | (Ota! ane’ violent offensive ee
    month. He had a majority of 2,i32 a Catholic Church was intend- | ISTANBUL, Apr‘l 19. i
    over William E, Woolley who ran Th sual pattern began with; This city. rocked today with|})} }
    as a National Liberal with Con-| |” PRL PS rein meGAN a5 | a heavy water front explosion in | ({{
    ervative support Wooley will ren an peor oe. : jthe Norwegian steumet Bos- } i
    -ontest the seat again. His Labour | priests and Pais, CONFSIE ONS | paorus” (2,111 tons hich to- | {i }
    opponent will be L. J, Edwards, and sentences then an attack on night is reporte as in. feats (K ‘ 3 oe ‘
    lthe former Parliamentary Secre-| a*i —_" against churehes and] 6) eee Tie explosion ;}) “ou will not fail to notice the SMOOTH, PALATABLE
    | ary for the Board of Trade whe | monasteries eS | followe n he © ot d RICH ALITY of th enuine n XE CREAM.
    Ix cag Gbfenbed: in tha Penruary 38 In Czechoslov ukia, the perse- foemee a fire in her cargo « and RICH QUALITY of this genu n¢ i
    jelection at Blackburn, The Tabour | cutors have quickcned , pace, | C470 ; ee |») oe ae plead wp ath iin Ain en ales )
    |Government’s overall maiorty in! completing the full cou in a} want’ om ‘ Sa - pathy ty Now that you have the best, do not accep! the next. ‘{
    |the House of Commons ig now } law weeks, the Pa; said. ’ a ~ - i al ii 1
    I l
    } four Can, Press, —Reuter | ‘ = sae g t {
    } The vessel was put out from | \
    € quay when the re broke Ask for— >
    Y e it in the forward hold
    Czechs Demand Closing 0! 000386 Sess ' KE CREAM
    u I Oslo —Reuter. y J AMA
    ° « mannnne
    - |
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    Of U.S. Information Service | :
    f Germany Should Have ‘i at your Soda Fountain, Restaurant, Club, Hotel
    | PRAGUE, April 19, A National Anthem | or other Dealer 4
    ‘zechosloval , BERLIN, April 19 ,
    } Czechoslovakia to-day demanded the closing of the § ae eee mare Foe @
    J : f sovie LOr er ans tood tc 5
    | United States Information Service in Prague and Bratislava iearhae. tar | takes dean heal . ,
    by mid-day, April 22, Prague Radio reported sinaay cee lol oy oh. Te : i
    on a 709 ae aan ‘States Emnl ere, thelinnd Uber - oP ae ent ee j You may visit our plant and be. satisfied of the Kt
    ¥ etales BmMbOassy Utne ne ber Alle est erman ” ‘ ‘ : t
    | e Czechoslovak Radio deé- radio said |Chance'lor Adenauer told ceport-| Hygienic and Wholesome Quality of this pure food. ni
    } nde hat ) ark, Am- he Czechoslovak note came : , here to-d } )) i)
    Pre Aitache in Prague a sequel to the trial on April 13 It h tir erm 1 t¢ Qe {(t
    the United State nfc ti n a da
    service in Pra : terd THE BARBADOS ICE Co, Ltd. |)
    fr a f I un¢ er hi pee ve
    t I ‘ ‘ r Ge r i ))
    ir E.G. Mac- |were’ made in a note. which tivities ands All German BAY STREET }
    ; akia Fe ini y year are I felt rength d I —
    itr) ente tO : —Reuter i—Reuter, ~ a ~ me == ;









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    ain tan eight “pec pie at th ee ; Phi Rag nis ing Sigg Pegg
    c are ee Le , Ki ; thony’s Arcade” in Port-of-
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    day night at approximately 9.30

    a and will be here until }
    o'clock. It appeared over the :

    ay for a short holiday staying ;

    harbour in the Western Sky and at the Hastings Hotel. Also ar-|
    moved in a South-westerly direc- riving from Trinidad yesterday

    was Mrs. E. Giaisher.

    Away For Three Weeks |
    RS. CHRISTINE ROBERTS
    left yesterday by B-W.1.A. for

    Antigua where she will attend a

    religious conference to be held

    there shortly. She expects to be
    for about three weeks

    ito Visit Rome

    tion over Needhams Point before
    it disappeared. Some observers
    said its motion was like a coin
    a coin moves when it is thrown
    into the water; only instead of
    falling it moved across the sky
    It shone brightly and changed
    colour several times. Its size was
    bigger than an average star

    Colourful Figure



    away

    Hopes

    HEAK that boscoe Holder, R. E. C. FARARA returned to
    the well-known Trinidadia . Antigua yesterday by

    painter and impressario, will be
    going to England soon. Boscoe is a
    colourful and versatile figure.
    Some years ago he used to dance
    in Beryl McBurne’s troupe. More
    recently he was in America giv-

    42 W.IA. She was here for four
    days to leave her eleven-year-old
    daughter Cecelia at the Ursuline
    Convent here

    She will be
    shortly by the

    leaving Antigua
    “Gascogne” for









    ing piano recitals. In Trinidad England aecompanied by her hus-
    each year he puts on a revue band whe is proprietor of Farara
    called “Coloque of Trinidad,” in and Sons in St. John’s. If it is
    which he usually takes the lead- possible t hope to visit Rome
    ing part. But Boscoe’s most for the Holy Year Pilgrimage

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    painting. de was staying at Cacrabank
    exhibitions in 1 * .
    ee ee ee From St. Vincent Holiday
    °; he paint M®°. ALLEN from st
    lanascapes, portrait 4 _ Louis, U.S.A. has been in
    “Kaiteur’’—Barbados! ees ae eae Page
    M* ° HUMPHRYS and her Radnes”: ak Sieben

    the sarne afternoon for Trini-
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    lives in Barbados and they are ; : by BW.1A
    staying at ‘Kaiteur’, Hastings New picture of Rita Hayworth " .

    Going to School Here

    and her baby daughter: Princess





    R. SINCLAIR SPENCE, who 4!y Khan wit! pa Set
    with his wife and daughter io pe he "7
    arrived here about > ag . '
    from Venezuela has returned te _E wie will be here for a shor
    —Express



    Caracas
    maining

    Mrs. Spence

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    : Besides Dutch
    Cake Sale Fro Holland, Miss Ma

    rs OMORROW iorning im the de Bont
    . front store of M Whit- Venezuela

    Barbados for perhaps a year,
    young Miss Spence will be going t
    school



    here are living

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    “Carideem”, St. Lawrence Gap ie : ‘ ial Ra
    On Six Weeks’ Leave waite table clot 7” be ae w spe ish,
    M* DAVID MUI LY, of tt n array of tiful e few other languages. She has been
    St. V it Office B & Cake Gate 7. Barbados for two weeks’ holi-
    and Skeete d ‘ < ha g y and returned to Venezuela
    morning by th 1 ‘ < sterday by B.W.LA. |
    six weeks’ holi his farr . ‘ ot Als \ to Caracas yes-|}
    nond i f the Planters Da ay Kenneth Parker
    Skeete, St. Vincent Bridget "ie i of the A}
    sk f i Bridget ! ( rr »t
    nh ney \ C r ‘ £ x r €
    “Lady Rodney”. He e- hould have a very busy . a I
    turning to St. Vincent. . aes BS}
    Was Here Two Years Ago Returning Next Month * |
    M* and Mrs. John Carmichael Mi" nd Mrs. Hector Bric Leaving on Sunday
    i who arrived from Trinidad +”* de S M: ANDREW SHEPPARD, |
    th yeek-er ar er¢ baht + Barbados r ati f















    tw eeks 4 I : F A ‘ a
    ot is Mensew of Ar ; ; BWLA. for e |
    Sk is c ni vir en - y ‘ 1’s }
    eers, H eer MY 1 ane. “|
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    neve then vous ig es _ ’ elegates
    rday Pat D ate, Maj. R. J. Morrison and |
    Here For One Week so : , ee SS eo a]
    es at : I here an pes ¢ ‘urtl Branch Managers are due to be
    er e Ocean View n montt w another she n the sz - plane which Mr. |
    Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. John visit Sheppard leaves by ara
    Y. Ruddock from New Orlear ; wad uk ets es
    USA. Vice President of the Par Easter in Trinidad From Devonshire
    An er ar Life In ir ne S - e ISS Mat y Harford, we > Spe ROM Devonshire, Mr. John
    be Rs om a pi ve 4 the Easte r a i Perkins is now a Sugar Planter
    ete tae Pe Pres ‘sare area ri ad re urne me gritish Guiana where he is at
    - t u ieee tee i B.W.LA 1) Plantation. He has been |}
    ; Left For Venezuela tish Guiana for eighteen

    irrived on

    1 4 ( yut a nths. Tuesday
    + +} ; Mi! LIONEI PARRY f B.W.1.A ind will spend two]
    + ‘ ( , 5 4 Mi E. J.P % for ¢ t } ja it the Crane
    1@i ihe ‘ yester ue 5. i
    fron iidad B.W.1LA

    Returned



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    A k 4 Ms M SONJA SK Pi I M" and Mrs. Miguel Herrera
    eee 4 ( inidad yesterda 4 Romero who have been in
    i 0 _ ne B.W \ nd t t Sar badc ince April 5th spent
    ec her She will be their week here at the Mar- |
    he ! e Hot ind the remainder of }
    _ For | i wee ) Villa M their ta he Four Winds
    have a I > M ina Max i sonja i ¢ KC ‘ t
    My T ‘ ' Ww
    Mrs. L. I W ef al Barba 1 used to live here In Venezuela, Mr. Romero is
    V > me a « t MS l t > retary f the ‘Banco Union’ in
    lantati B iline ( ve Caracas







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    -_ ING Boe rypea and : J wage nd increasing the cost of
    y ve A r ent Mies, MOATEOVE wine J Sirs, Ving the Conservation of fooc
    the ett r wo *) ‘+c na wit i noa ha 1 t
    I L ; 7 : : k i ye effected. An in-
    bi a r { t charges. t ~
    is y nore by Trails
    é yow! So hour usbans wish hus oo a oe .
    g n sethend the : lds € ghe osts of production
    . ye ae Ch : : 4 eal dal _ hondreas i t and . Keeping more money In
    Another rent i 1a a platte +“ ble hi 4 . v ent and by raising 1€
    t nat with Snibt Ca oovi ‘ ‘
    et et eshunal tash } es Mixed d subsidies in proportic as
    \ ( } 1 ; atere are unable t l
    sneard } Ashu i : the
    ape. u ] r ra \ d be mort
    oint g \“ t a possible increase
    asten arsku ation.”
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    ta ¢ t I ya .
    ‘ . 1a od Minister has id
    " r ag ‘ at + i
    i / Mi ‘e aft on wha } hy extra fat shoulc
    he od used for food rather than
    ht cae Yore f f iking soap. This probably
    , ’ t ree : means that people will hencefortt
    . RK their cheese ratior
    hair tead f eating it snibbo, a
    : : Suet Survey . to the fore \ lara
    Reply to Invitation . ¥ Beet AS ge a
    vj iK¢é Cneezope nich can be
    ; ¢ tier + > N r ;
    H° aniger, flottered we be to S' EAKING eaten in the b and a new
    your hoffe t are of the Eco S Cl logan, Ser linen with
    saying that seesaw is of men and Charlie Suet sai B werll Sopicheez







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    ction figures are due
    yields being obtained
    m dried-out cane and that the
    5 of cane to be harvested
    ve a final sugar output
    to the 1949 figure of 5,146,
    ish tons.
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    @ picture concerning the
    the suggestion that. it might
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    ME uid the U.S. yield fail seri-
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    not be so favourable to Cuba in
    this instance because “it is less
    likely that the position would be
    by an increase in pur-
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    ‘a tightening of belts, failitig ade-
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    Wecent Board of Tracie Survey in
    London entitled “Economic
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    RED FOR
    A DAY

    MOSINEE.

    A “Communist” government
    will take over Mosinee May 1
    seize its mewspapers, churches
    and police offices, and open a
    concentration camp for “enemies
    of the state” among its 3,200 resi-
    dents.

    The “Reds” will have the full
    Support of the Wisconsin River
    Mill town—because the Commu-
    nists invasion is a “Red-for-a-
    day” project planned by the local
    American Legion Post to make
    clear what life is like under a
    dictator,

    National guardsmen will play
    the role of the Communist militia
    and set up inspection posts on all
    roads leading into the community.
    Visitors will have to obtain en-
    trance permits and ‘“commissars”
    in charge of gas stations will seil
    fuel only to those who hold
    “state” permits.

    An “approved” group
    cials will run the town

    of offi-
    govern-

    ;}ment — while clergymen, editors,
    |; School officials and civic leaders
    will be moved into a conceéntra-

    tion camp behind barbed wire.
    Anyone who is a hostile to the

    |“state” will be exposed by in-
    formers.
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    | pay scale — $4 for a 12-hour day,
    with no bargaining rights, Busi-



    nessmen will list their assets or
    else.
    Doctors, lawyers, and dentists

    will be told to stay
    ja “loyalty”

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    board clears them. A|the Department for Native Affairs.





    Minister Probes Slavery Charges

    “Men Are Chained

    By The

    MR. P. A. McBRIDE, A
    terior, is to fly to the Nort
    charges of slavery among
    inhabitants.

    Cattle owners and doctors in
    the sparsely populated territory
    are demanding that a royal com-
    mission be set up to sift the alle-
    gations,

    These are that aborigines are
    chained and herded into camps
    without trial; are refused freedom
    of movement} that money they
    earn is taken from them by the
    Department for Native Affairs;
    and that “barbarous treatment by
    the Queensland authorities” has
    sehen the original 200 tribes to }
    40.

    Rough-riding cattle-man Wason
    Byers, whose property of 5,600
    square miles is as big as Yorkshire
    and Lancashire together, charges
    that aborigines are worked in con-
    ditions of slavery.

    ‘it’s Piracy’

    Hundreds of them, he says, are
    employed for their food, tobacco,
    and £1 a week. Their clothing
    is marked off against the £1, and





    |public book burning is planned,; “It is supposed to be a trust,”

    The town’s youngsters will,says Byers, “but dozens of ac-

    learn red techniques, too. A re-]counts remain from pre-war for

    Jplica of the Communist youth natives who have never claimed
    , organization will take over tne|them, It is bare-faced piracy.

    | Mosinee Boy Scout Troops. “None of the natives has free-

    {N.S dom of movement. I flew one of

    my stockmen, named Quandong,

    to the town of Katherine for hos-

    pital treatment. When he was

    ] x cured, the police refused to allow |

    ants ts | him to return to his wife, his home |

    and his job. |

    LONDON. “And, according to law, any |

    Arthur Towe, 61-year-old bus white TAD who gives an aborigine

    conductor and chairman of the te lift in eee is liable to |

    Croydon (London) Cat Club, is |“#ree months’ jail unless the man |

    looking for ‘celebrity cats.”

    He wants them for a London cat
    show which will be held in Sep-
    tember and which is expected to
    attract more than 2,000 entries.
    | Tne “celebrity cats” are sched-
    uied to “star” in the show.
    | Towe has one cat which was
    | buried for a week under a ton
    of coal at Croydon and he expects
    that another, a champion which
    | disappeared from a London show
    and wandered about for six weeks,
    will also be on show,
    | Other features of the show will
    be sections for the best household
    pets and the heaviest cats.

    The exhibition’s object is to
    arouse interest in English pedi-
    greed cats and te encourage the
    export of British cat breeds to the
    United States.

    Towe’s wife, Elsie, became in-
    terested in cat breeding in 1936
    when the coup’e were given two
    Siamese kittens as a wedding gift.

    They now have ten Siamese cats
    and so far have won some 200
    prizes in shows all over Britain in
    the last four years.—LN.S.





    91 DIED WAITING

    LONDON.

    It’s a lengthy process getting
    free spectacles under the British
    Health Service plan,

    According to the Essex County
    National Health Service Executive
    Council, 91 Essex people died be-
    fore spectacles they had ordered
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    COURTESY GARAGE.

    has a permit.”

    Dr. L. Thompson, who has just
    returned fron, years of service in
    the territory says: “I have been |
    disgusted to see natives chained
    together by the neck and interned
    in camps without trial.”

    The Australian Actors Equity
    has taken up the case of an abor-
    igine film actor, Henry Murdock,
    who has a-prominent part in the |
    film “Bitter Springs.”

    Although the salary minimum
    for white players was £14 10s. a
    week, it is alleged that the De-
    partment for Native Affairs would
    allow Murdock to be paid only £6
    and the department kept back £4
    of this.—(L.E.S.)





    Two To Die |
    For Espionage

    PRAGUE, April 18.
    The State Court in Prague to-
    day sentenced two people to
    death for espionage, press reporis
    Said tonight. A third person was |
    sentenced to hard labour for life |
    A fourth defendant a member of |
    the Czechoslovak Security Police
    and a woman was each sentenced
    to 25 years hard labour, Three |
    others, members of the Czechoslo- |
    vak police were among other |
    defendants, who were given sen-
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    years hard labour.



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    LONDON, April 19.

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    some disappointment by Londo
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    beer and tobacco, oils were de-
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    on fuel and oil. Lower levels for
    oil shares, however, attracted |
    good support ana most of losses |
    were recovered later, occasionally |
    a small net gain was recorded
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    ranged up to one el! tn vercent,

    Start of the new trading period
    brought peculative ipport to
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    Japanese were not held, The cop-
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    was hesitant and ll decline
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    Argentine seamen_ stopped
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    Peron in London docks today and
    handed over to British painters
    after representations had been
    made to their Captain by the
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    Presidente Peron docks all paint-
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    recognised contractors at the docks
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    Spendthrift Wife

    TOKYO.

    A Japanese housewife wanted
    her milkman husband to mend
    what she called his “spendthrift
    ways.”

    When after one of their periodic
    quarrels, he walked out of their
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    Now the girls are attending the
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    lems and wider issues such as
    setting down in a job.

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    “We discuss everything quite
    openly and call a spade a spade
    without any nonsense,” she added.

    ‘At first there was a little snig-
    gering when we talkea about sex,
    but they have got used to discuss-
    ing it openly and accept it quite
    naturally.”

    Mrs. Shuttleworth said
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    the class their problems.

    “For instance, a boy has come
    back after serving two years in
    the forces to find his girl friend
    has fallen in love with another
    boy in the institute

    “We discussed his problem in
    the presence of the three of them
    and though the girl refuses to go
    back to him he now sees the situ-
    ation in a more reasonable light—
    as a result of thrashing it out
    with other youngsters who have
    been in a similar situation.”

    The institute is run by the Lon-
    don County Council. Fees are 21
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    Thursday, April 20, 1950

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    Without Delay

    THE Authorities have in recent weeks
    performed the commendable task of regu-
    lating traffic in the City of Bridgetown
    and in controlling pedestrians in the use
    of the Highway. Much has also been
    achieved in cleansing the alleys adjacent
    to Broad Street, and in making the City
    cleaner and more orderly

    The far greater and more pressing prob-
    lem of the slums of Bridgetown has how-
    ever not been tackled The streets and
    alleys that lead into Milk Market and
    Baxters Road continue as an affront to
    civilised conditions and as a menace to the
    Heaith of the community.

    A Public Health Bill, after prolonged de-
    bate and much amendment, passed the
    House of Assembly and went on its way to
    the Legislative Council in 1948, but that
    body was unable to complete its discussions
    before the General Election of that year
    brought the Legislative Session to a close.
    Nothing has since been done to remove the
    blot upon the City, nor to tackle the Island-
    wide housing situation.

    No Government can afford indefinitely
    to postpone dealing with a matter so im-
    portant to the health of its subjects and
    the happiness of its citizens. It should be
    unnecessary to recount the harsh and tragic
    character of the Bridgetown slums.

    The Royal Commission of 1938 whose
    report was published in 1945 described
    the then existing housing situation in the
    West Indies in words very applicable to
    Barbados in particular and as true today
    as they were twelve years ago. “In both
    town and country the present housing of
    the large majority of the working people
    in the West Indian Colonies leaves much
    to be desired; in many places it is deplor-

    able: in some the conditions are such that
    any human habitation of buildings now
    occupied by large families must seem 1m-
    possible to a newcomer from Europe It is
    no exaggeration that in the poorest parts
    of most towns and in many of the country

    districts a majority of the houses is lar gely





    made of rusty corrugated iron and unsound
    boarding; quite often the original floor
    had disappeared and only the earth re-
    mains, its surface so trampled that it is
    impervious to any rain which may pene-
    trate through a leaking roof; sanitation

    in any form and water supply are unknown
    in such premises, and in many cases no
    light enter when the door is closed.
    The decrepit homes, more often than not,
    are seriously’ overcrowded, and it is not
    urprising that some of them. are dirty
    and verminous in spite of the praise-
    worthy efforts of the inhabitants to keep
    them clean. In short, every condition that
    tends to produce disease is here to be found
    in a serious form, The generally insanitary
    environment gives a rise to malaria, worm
    infection and bowel diseases, leaking roofs,
    rotten flooring and lack of light encourage
    the spread of tuberculosis, respiratory
    diseases, worm infections, jigger lesions and
    rat-borne diseases, over-crowding, which
    is usually accompanied by imperfect ven-
    tilation, is an important agent in contribu-
    ting to the high incidence of yaws, tuber-
    culosis, venereal disease and, to a certain
    extent leprosy.”

    Playing fields are useful to a people's
    well-being and enjoyment, but adequate
    housing is necessary for a healthy life and
    for a spirit of contentment. For too long has
    the Government ignored the housing sit-
    uation in this island. The floods of last year
    have increased the difficulties and render-
    ed even more acute the housing shortage

    It is not however a matter on which Gov-
    ernment alone should accept the responsi-
    bility. The Labour Welfare Fund should be
    devoted to the task, and Trade Unions
    should seek to create a fund which could be
    utilised for this purpose.

    The situation is serious anc
    terms of money will be high. But no price
    can be tog,high which serves to ensure the
    health of the community and to maintain a
    minimum standard of accommodation for
    the island’s inhabitants

    To do otherwise would be to perpetuate
    a system of affairs that casts grave discredit
    upon the leaders of this island. Action
    swift, vigorous and effective must be taken
    and without further delay

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    Our Readers Say:

    U. K. Contribution





    The Spanish Empire-2

    O deduce a good deal
    ut the nature of a col-
    onising people and their manner
    of government by studying the
    consutution of their towns. The
    Portuguese, a commercial race,
    t up wherever they went close-
    ly packed stockaded fortress-
    towns, designed to house and
    protect the staffs of harbours,
    dockyards and warehouses.
    Equally characteristic were the
    towns established a century late:
    in English North Amer.ca—
    mostly trim little market towns,
    rural in appearance and demo-
    cratic in their form of govern-
    ment, their municipal affairs
    being run by town meetings of
    all the householders. The muni-
    cipalities of Spanish America

    an

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    eo.

    offer a complete’ contrast in
    every way. Both in governmen.
    and in the details of lay-out
    they were designed to follow

    the models of Old Spain. Each
    one had its wide, square plaza

    at the centre, flanked by the
    Cathedral, the law courts, the
    prison and town armoury, ad-
    ministrative offces and the

    houses provided for judges and
    royal officials. The arrangement
    was as stereotyped as that of a
    Roman camp. Town government
    was a close oligarchy. It con-
    sisted of a council or cabildo
    usually of six or eight regidores
    —town councillors. Big places
    might have more—Mexico City
    and Lima had twenty-four each.
    These regidores were never
    elected by the townsfolk. Nor-
    mally the commanding officer of
    an accredited conquest—Cortes
    for instance—was empowered by
    the Crawn to found municipali-
    ties, and he would appoint the
    first body of councillors, pending
    confirmation by the Crown.
    These councillors would hold of-
    fice for one year, and at the
    end of that year would elect
    their own successors unless the
    Crown intervened. The council-
    lorships were thus kept within a
    comparatively narrow circle of

    conquistadores. Councillors
    elected in this manner were
    cal‘ed regidores cadameros—an-
    nual councillors.









    Usually, however, in the case
    of important towns, the Crown
    did intervene. In Spain through-
    out the reigns of Ferdinand and
    Isabella and Charles V there
    was a steady pressure to restrict
    the powers and privileges of
    corporate towns—a very neces-
    sary pressure, since corporate

    towns in fifteenth century Spain

    had been known to make war
    upon one another. In the fif-
    teen-twenties this royal pressure
    among other causes, led to a
    widespread armed revolt-—the
    revolt of the comuneros, The re-
    volt was ruthless'y suppressed,
    and as a result muny municipal!
    privileges disappeared. From that
    time the Crown made a regula:
    practice of itself appointing the
    qouncillors in all important
    towns for life. Now for a gov-
    ernment as impecunious as the

    Spanish government always was,
    it was natural upon appointiag
    a man to a post which involved
    patronage and profit, to charge
    him a fee for his appointment;
    and from that it was an easy
    step to selling the appoint ents
    outright to the highest bidde:

    These practices quickly spread
    to the New World. By the mid-
    dle of the century it had beeccine
    the normal practice for the
    Crown éo sell councillorships for
    | life in all the more important
    towns of the Indies. Whenever
    la vacancy occurred the office
    | was offered at a public auction

    |by the Royal treasury officials.
    {Councillors who bought their
    |}appointments in this way were

    | significantly called regideres pro-

    | prietarios — proprietary council-
    | lors; and a law passed in 1006
    | authorised councillors to « select

    l their own successors upon pay-
    |ment of a further fee. Municipal
    offices were thus regarded as
    | pieces of property which might
    be bought, sold and bequeathed.
    | Councillors were not necessarily
    householders. Sometimes a man
    would turn up in the = Indices
    | with papers entitling him to a
    seat in some town council which
    jhe had bought before leaving
    Spain, The main attraction about
    these town councils, apart from
    the dignity involved, lay in the
    municipal offices in the council -
    lors’ gift. Every town of any
    size had a chief constable, an
    inspector, aa inspector of weights
    and measures, a standard bearer,
    a public trustee, various public
    notaries, and so on, /s‘l these
    officials received fees for tne
    work which they performed.
    The chief constable’s office was
    a particularly lucrative — one,
    since he drew a share of al’ the
    fines levied from the offenders
    whom he arrested. In short, the
    duties of local government were
    regarded simply in the light of
    an investment A man paid

    lump sum to the royal chest and
    hoped to recover his capital with
    interest in the form of fees
    spread over a period of years.
    As far as the Crown was con-
    cerned, the whole organisation
    for selling municipal offices was







    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    By Dr. John Parry

    In a lecture at Wakefield on Tuevday
    night, comthraed from yesterday

    merely a form of rather round-
    about taxation. Spanish *heorists
    ao not seem to have regarded
    the sale of offices as in any way
    deplorable. The system was even
    defended on the ground that the
    public auction of offices pre-
    yented nepotism. Offices went to
    the highest bidder, and not to
    the viceroys’ favourites. The only
    concession to the ideal of effi-
    ciency in local government lay in
    the requirement that all pur-
    chases of offices should be con-
    firmed by the Crown; and in the
    case of serious complaint against
    the purchaser of an office, the
    Crown pledged itself to buy the
    office back and sell it again to
    somebody more suitable.

    The town councils exercised
    considerable local author.ty; they
    regulated building, markets and
    fairs, waterways, roads and oth-
    er public works . They levied
    rates and local customs duties,
    and allocated grants of land.
    These functions, of course, offer-
    ed endless opportunities for
    speculation and municipal gov-
    ernment was undoubtedly cor-
    rupt. Municipal corruption is
    not unknown in other parts of
    the Americas, but the chief de-
    fect of the cabvildos lay in the
    fact that they were not really
    responsible to anybody for their
    actions. There was no local
    electorate. People who thought
    themselves aggrieved by the lo-
    cal cabildo had to go to the
    courts for redress, and might not
    receive a very sympathetic hear-
    ing because the cabildos them-
    selves appointed the municipal
    magistrates—the justices of the
    peace, as we should say.

    I have gone into this question
    of local government in some de-

    tail because the town councils
    are the only institution in the
    colonial administration which

    were open to Spaniards born in
    the colonies. Most higher offices
    in the colonial bureaucracy were
    reserved for royal officials sent
    from Spain, who returned to
    Spain on completing their turn
    of office. It was only in the town
    councils that the Creoles as
    American-born Spaniards. were
    called—could get any practice or
    training in politics or adminis-
    tration. Naturally the political
    training offered by the town
    councils was of a very limited
    nature,

    These facts are of first import-
    ance in understanding the later
    history of Latin America, and its
    divergence from that of English
    America. In the North American
    colonies and in the West Indies
    there were almost from the be-
    ginning legislative assemblies
    with wide powers, including the
    essential power of voting direct
    taxes. The necessary foundations
    for responsible self-government
    were laid at an early date, and
    in the eighteenth century when
    the thirteen colonies

    revolted
    they had mature instruments of
    government all ready to take
    over. .

    In Latin America none vu* these
    things happened. All important
    decisions and many unimportant
    ones were made in Madrid. They
    were promulgated by Royal de-
    cree and enforced by a highly bu-
    reaucratic and (at least on pa-
    per) highly centralised imperial
    administration. Taxes were le-
    vied by decree, not voted. Con-
    sequently when as a result of a
    variety of circumstances the La-
    tin American colonies in turn
    revolted and the royal bureau-
    cracvy disappeared, there was no
    established authority in the In-
    dies except a number of narrow
    municipal oligarchies whose in-
    terests were local and particular-
    ist, and whose political training
    was confined to matters of the
    parish pump order of importance.
    The cabildos were to play a lead-
    ing part in the assertion of in-
    dependence, but they proved to
    be of very little use in organising
    independence on a national scale

    Independence is another story.
    It remains in this lecture to
    describe the central and pro-
    vincial administration as it ex-
    isted in the sixteenth and sev-
    enteenth centuries. Because this
    administration was bureaucratic
    and centralised, we must not as-
    sume that it was necessarily in-
    competent; it was not. It was
    extremely conscientious, certainly
    in intention and often in fact. It
    was reasonably competent and :n
    some respects unusually humane
    and enlightened by the notions
    of the time. Its servants were
    for the most part astonishingly
    loyal. Unlike the minor loca
    and municipal officials, the offi-
    cers and judges in the higher
    ranks of the colonial service
    were appointed and paid by the
    Crown, They did not buy their
    offices.

    The most obviously important
    of the colonial officials were the
    viceroys. In the sixteenth and
    seventeenth centuries there were
    two vice-royalties, Mexico and
    Peru. In the eighteenth century,
    as newer parts of the Empire








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    grew to prosperity and import-
    ance, two more vice-royalties
    were added, Buenos Aires and
    New Granada or Colombia. These
    cffices, though less sought after
    than European governorships such
    as that of the Netherlands, were
    positions of great dignity and
    commanded very high salaries.
    They were nearly always heid by
    Peninsular Spaniards (there were
    only three exceptions) and they
    maintained lavish and no doubt
    expensive courts. Their palaces
    in Mexico and Lima are still the
    seats of government. In those
    capitals are huge baroque build-
    ings, evidence of a glory now
    slightly faded and moth-eaten.
    The viceroys were supposed to
    supervise the whole machinery
    of government in their areas;
    they were both civil governors
    and military commanders-in
    chief, responsible both for ad-
    ministration and defence, and in
    appearance their authority was
    almost absolute. The Spanish
    Crown, however, was always
    deeply suspicious of high offi-
    cials in remote places, and par-
    ticularly suspicious of officials
    of the noble and military caste,
    a suspicion no doubt inherited
    from feudal times. There were
    good reasons for this. Spaniards
    as a nation had, and still have.
    a strong tendency to faction and
    separatism which was restrained
    only by fierce and personal Icy-
    alty to the King. The Crown
    could not risk the establishment
    of rival kinglets in the ([ndies,
    so the Viceroy’s office, in theory
    so powerful, was hedged with
    restrictions.

    In the first place the Viceroy]
    normally. held office for only |
    three years, so that he had no
    time to establish personal loyal-
    ties and to make himself the
    head of an independent faction.
    Secondly, the .Viceroy nad no
    means of rewarding his follow-|
    ers and supporters, except out cf
    his private income. He had no}
    patronage worth mentioning since |
    all places of profit were either |
    filled by appointment in Spain
    or sold by the Treasury officials |
    in America, the Viceroy merely
    confirming the sale. The Viceroy,
    morever, had only a very limited
    power to spend Government
    money without special authorisa- |
    tion from Spain. The colonies
    did not have a separate budget,
    and there was a large staff of

    Treasury officials who took care
    to prevent any unauthorised
    expenditure. Thirdly, the Vice-

    roy’s military authority, in theory
    absolute, was in practice largely
    illusory. Apart from naval
    patrols in the Caribbean, there
    was until the eighteenth century
    no permanent armed force in the
    colonies. The Viceroy had to
    rely in a crisis upon a militia
    manned by the Spanish colonists,
    and although this was efficient
    enough to put down Indian ris-
    ings or to deal with frontier wars,
    it was obviously useless for
    enforcing the royal will against
    the wishes of the colonists them-
    selves. Here again the analogy
    of Virginia or the British West
    Indian islands comes to mind.
    Finally, the strangest feature of
    the viceregal authority was that
    the Viceroy was bound to take
    advice in all except military
    matters, not from a political or
    executive council, as. in the
    Britteh colonies, but from the
    judges of the Appeal Court of
    bis province, the audiencia, and
    anybody who thought himself
    aggrieved by viceregal aetion had
    a right of appeal to this court.
    The whole arrangement was
    carefully designed to prevent any
    Viceroy from carrying out a
    vigorous or independent policy.
    and it must have been extremely
    galling to an energetic adminis-
    trator. It is fair to add that some
    Viceroys did, in fact, carry out
    energetical and salutary reforms,
    but for this they needed the sup-
    port of the audiencias.

    The same general rematks
    apply also to the provincial gov-
    ernors and to the smaller fry,
    the city governors or corregidores.
    The curtailment of the powers of
    colonial governors was progres-
    sive; and it is worth noticing
    that a rather similar curtailment
    is going on in most British col-
    onies today, what with the
    Colonial Office on one hand and
    elected legislatures on the other,
    governors have to mbve with
    care, if they move at all; and so
    it was, though for different
    reasons, in Spanish America.

    I have aireaay mentioned the
    Royal Treasury organisation.
    This comprised a separate corps
    of salaried officials appointed
    from Spain, like the Governors,
    Their prin-
    cipal duties were collecting all
    taxes and tributes due to the
    Crown, and arranging for ship-
    ment to Spain. The main source
    of revenue was, of course, the
    silver tax, usually a flat fifth of
    all silver mined in the Indies.
    This silver was collected at the
    mines, and there was an elab-
    orate system of weighing and
    stamping to prevent the shipment
    of untaxed silver.

    (To be Continued)

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    Where No Man Need Make
    Less Than £10 A Week

    By Dan Taylor

    TASMANIA, they say has the friendliest!
    people and the pleasantest climate in the
    Empire.

    But it has another claim to fame. In the
    north of this lovely island there is a district
    called Stanley.

    And here, as far as I car: find, they make
    the-hizhest sterling incomes in the Empire,
    as a community.

    HOW THEY Do IT

    In Stanley no man need draw less than
    £10 a week. Many make double that.

    How do they do it?

    The farmers market their potatoes
    through a producer-merchant scheme.

    Fishermen have a profit-sharing arrange-
    ment with their crews, by which each man
    can get up to £20 a week.

    Timbermen band together in groups of
    five and share the proceeds of their work.

    The more a man produces — the more
    money he takes home.

    NO MINIMUM

    Let us see what they are doing elsewhere.

    Latest figures from Canada show that the
    average worker’s weekly pay-packet holds
    between £14 and £415. There is no national
    minimum—agreements. go by province and);
    industry. é

    But it is easy to see from the average figure} %
    that even. unskilled men must get high]%
    wages, while highly skilled men are really|}
    in the money.

    I have just had news of an ordinary Brit-
    ish family who arrived in Brisbane, Austra-
    lia, and—12 of them working (four women)
    —averaged £90 a week between them.

    Of course, Australia has just introduced
    a new basic minimum wage.

    It ranges from £6. 7s in Queensland to
    £6. 15s. in New South Wales.

    LIVING COSTS

    These rates form the foundation of all
    wages—for Australia has been fixing wages
    in the light of what industry can afford to
    pay. If industry flourishes — so does the
    worker.

    And don’t let them tell you that Austra-
    lian prices soar above ours.




















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    their essential living costs are actually 15 i a
    or even 20 per cent. lower.

    The Australian pound is worth 16s. of our
    money—but in purchasing value internally
    it is not far short of parity, judging by im-
    migrants’ experiences.

    “Down Under,” the agricultural worker is
    not the Cinderella on the wages lists.

    [ have one of those lists in front of me, and
    agricultural workers’ wages compare very IN
    favourably with the tradesmen of the
    towns.

    Indeed, haystack builders and thatchers
    are second from the top—led only by chiei
    pharmaceutical chemists.

    SSS") GENTS FOOTWEAR

    In New Zealand, they have one of the high-| .

    est living standards in the world. ‘,
    aa a ean cc laid down Ss wi Tn T t/) |
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    the following rates for men workers:—
    Skilled men 3s, 11d. an hour.
    A FULL RANGE
    NOW IN STOCK—



    FOR REAL COMFORT
    and STYLE ~*

    Semi-skilled men 3s. 6d. to 3s. 834d. an
    hour.
    Unskilled men 3s. 5d. an hour.
    These are the rock-bottom bases on which |
    awards are made. And it should be pointed |
    out that, in practice, wages paid are markedly

    higher.
    For purposes of comparison, you can take |

    it that food prices in New Zealand are gen- 7
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    erally lower than here, while prices of clothes
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    are generally higher.
    £380 A MONTH

    How do European workers fare out in
    Africa?
    Well, as an example, European miners in|
    Northern Rhodesia have been earning an
    average of £80 a month—plus bonus.
    True, with those earnings go high expenses; |
    but with the expenses go living standards not |
    even dreamt of by the miners back home.
    Then again, in Uganda, Indian carpenters | }
    and masons are making £40 a month—and'}
    more.—L.E.S. :





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    To the Editor, The Advocate- of the United Kingdom are so oe All of these transactions involved money in the sterling area and ,is now the task of the United $440 million in 1947 to $610

    SIR January 11, 1950 may portant from the Canac - mone directly or indirectly the provis- to restrict dollar purchases as Kingdom to prevent the process million in 1948. Partly because of FOR’ RICH DELICIO
    seem a long time ago to many of 1 View ee ee oer of goods and services or dol- much as possible. One result has repeating itself, a task which the the situation which preceded the ;
    us, but on that day Mr. Graham of view of the Ww role mele spe lars ha other countries by the been—and there I quote from the United Kingdom can hardly ac- September devaluations, progress ICE CREAM e yin
    Towers, Governor of the Bank ot I make no apole gy - spe ~ oe peop! e of ie United Kingdom. Foreign Exchange Control Board’s complish without co-operation was less marked in 1949, but there WER Sa
    Canada dealt with a subject which Tt oe eee hen yp ee gs = ae ee Re mange ie to Report to the Minister of Finance, from this side of the Atlantic. is now a fresh opportunity to see
    in my opinion | not yet been he “presen postion “ab others would not have been possi- dated March 1, 1949: Our best form of co-operation, what can be accomplished in this " W
    fully appreciated in Barbad Oana Vineet oS ay teh ann ‘ieetl “Hen Secale vere from every point of view, 12 for Seld, Certainly thoes OF we Ge ANCHOR POWDE

    the re ee aes 7 a t oe ee te ee TS “Trade with the group of Canadians to buy more goods are interested in overseas export

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    whe terling and ma other ¢ gee tani bi . ae sts, . hae Canads ne nited States anc move entirely on the basis of from overseas countries general- as those of the Dollar—Sterling
    SUTTONS WEES Oe eh beh, aetheatinae ‘ au N N RA. sa competitive price and quality. ly, which are having difficulty in Trade Board, to help overseas
    a ar e were still inh ‘ ‘ USLONS v —* = s eel a a x v or > ay ~ ae , v 5 7. i i «
    pera i i aaa and other relief organizations, and The assistance so far given by The tendency for trade within financing their purchases from producers break into the Cana- Mixed Fruit Pudding,

    eerste ee ade available see ithe Uniteg Kingdom to others the protected area to take place us. Canadian imports from the dian market or expand their ex- cia Powdered Whole
    valuation “ net i earings supp : S ee Se st has, in the main, represented a at a higher level of prices than rest of the world outside the isting business with Canada. 5 Ib tins $4.1
    prices up naeed e ec ecUpier a as, « > an - , * F ms a Saad ae s s ’
    Kit hae P anak of Veit de Loans and other re- contribution to werld recovery that prevailing for similar com- Western Hemisphere rose from READER.

    _ ; : j t | ; and political stability. Neverthe- modities in outside countries
    clined soon after September i901, sid, including net loans . . : fail Rigg
    ina vermained 6! the level . other ERP. countries under less, provision of this aid has cannot fai to make it More epee sete
    2 at SST Soe pth a the Intra-European Payments over-strained the Unit xi Kins- profitable for the individual
    Kir is of trade, that $22 billion. Liabilities incurred heavily neers as they — cerned to within the = TR Camtner flauee, Auwie San x

    el . 55 i the war in th orm 2 : nents palyed than in dollar countries. Ani . ani y customary bena fides, will Sauce, z Sauce,
    th ; for her ¢ i the war im the fort of were with commitments involved t accomp. y na be ignored. : A -
    i : ’ ‘ay ' ‘ i nees were added to in the cold war. Moreover the general consequence the Sen nants Comite, Mince 28e. 1¢ Ib
    D : mot , post- provision of aid Ss scale ha development outlined is t Many such reach the Editor’s desk cach week, and readers a . on Curd, Hunter’s 58c. 1 Ib
    ; i nfortunate effects on Ster- i ce ict
    @ ex : ice levels. Countric the countrie e th are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
    i s There whict possessed, or which havé xi so reduce their capacity t
    an th tial export been provided with, ample sup- export to dollar markets.’ be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
    her f L mainly plies of sterling have in the main This was one of the factors
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    20, 19

    JIU

    paby Parris
    | found Dead
    | Qn Floor

    _MONTH-OLD Wendy
    a daughter of Rosalie
    St. Thomas,
    floor at her

    yris,, daugh
    parris f Airy Cot,
    oe dead on the

    = by her mother at
    *s home, ¥)

    pout oo p.m. on Monday .

    It is reported that her mother

    the bed and went out.
    ine he returned she found
    “B® wendy between the bed and the
    Pest
    A
    vest ing
    = - District
    for a week. aa Saat ae
    NOTHER BABY, seven-w
    A n of Rita Hoyte, of Bush
    Hall,

    ‘mortem examination was
    a by Dr. Cc. Clarke
    uest was begun yester-
    “Dp” and adjourned

    “ee Michael, died at Dr.
    ins’ Waiting ao at about
    esday. An autopsy
    $2.0. erformed at the Public
    wortuary by Dr. Cummins and
    death was ‘attributed to natural
    cals UMBER OF PEOPLE told
    Ane “Advocate” yesterday that
    saw strange objects in the
    which they thought were Fly-
    sky Saucers, while they were
    =, Colleton yard yesterday
    ee at about 3.50 o’ctock.
    y said that it was the first
    ion that they had seen flying
    dises'in the sky.
    TEEN-YEAR-OLD Ken-
    neth Thompson left home
    st Gall Hill, Christ Church, on
    » morning at 9 o’clock, and
    to 8.45 p.m. he did not return
    . was started but it did

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    fruitful.
    mT before 9.00 o'clock the
    poy entered his home and said ha
    had attended the Spartan-Empire
    match at Kensington. He
    bad

    then walked back from
    Bridgetown

    ee

    ee

    to Gall Hill.

    ‘ATOES and yams were not

    very plentiful during the

    two weeks and housewives
    jn the country districts had to
    make use of rice. Last week
    shops in these districts
    signs reading ‘‘Riae is
    ,

    oes

    nosted
    ”

    ” Many people who had banana
    cooked green bananas whilo
    “hers from St. Joseph cou"d be
    een going through St. Philip
    in search of guinea corn, cassava
    md Indian corn. eh
    Many residents of St. Philip are
    hoping to plant nuts in June

    RUMOUR that there was a
    scarcity of Kerosene Oil
    pt St. John on Tuesday. To
    the great surprise of many shop-

    AEA ASS

    Mekeepers, their shops were invaded
    but they only told’ housewives
    Withat there was no scarcity.

    | LIFTON HALL ROAD, St.
    | John, was the scene of an
    MM@eecident at about 8.30 p.m. on
    (Miesday between two bicycles.
    Mone was ridden by Vincey Small

    pf Kendal Hall and the other by
    Reece of Bridges Hill, St.
    George, The head lamp of Reece’s
    bicycle was damaged.

    HE LOSS of a Miller genera-
    tor valued $2.50 was reported
    by Douglas Parson of James
    Wepireet. He stated that the genera-
    wor was removed from his bicycle
    Hephile it was parked outside the
    Barbados Cotton Club on Sun-

    ‘dea



    .C. HILL of Fontabelle re-

    ported the loss of a turkey
    ock valued $13 from his yard
    ween Monday and Tuesday.

    ] HE LOSS of three fowls val-

    ued $5.04 was reported by
    Bay Street.
    fowls were
    residence on

    rasa Howard of
    he sted that the
    fmoved from her
    onday.

    AWRENCE NURSE of Paynes
    Bay was found guilty of
    riving the motor car M-1998 on
    's Street without being the
    older of an appropriate driving
    cence yesterday.
    Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell before
    the case was tried ordered
    Mm to pay £3 or in default under-
    0 two months’ imprisonment.

    MOLASSES CARGO
    LEAVES TODAY

    A shipment of molasses will be
    ng for Three Rivers, Quebec
    d Montreal by the S.S. “Alcoa
    bnant” to-day.
    The “Pennant” arrived yesterday
    ming with only two motor
    tks for Barbados.
    ' passengers have booked
    Sail for Canada with this vessel.
    » Da Costa & Co., Ltd., are





    Rebels Surrender
    IN INDONESIA

    DJAKARTA, April 19.
    Indonesian rebel forces in
    ar, capital of East Indo-
    to-day surrendered uncon-
    Monally and gave up their arms,
    Sn nounced officially here

    ight.

    Surrendered to the acting
    Mander of the Nationalist
    aa 0 Macassar, Major Pieters.
    communique added that a
    unit, which had landed
    the south Celebes earlier in

    | @day was marching on Macas-
    ,

    mn



    Tebels were being treated
    ‘Saptives, the communique said,
    ‘Main force of Naticnal-
    was due to land soon.
    Indonesian troops led by
    Andi Abdul Azis revolted
    acassar on April 5 to prevent
    € of federal troops.
    April 14’ Azis flew to
    ta, ‘the federal capital, to
    n his action and was ar-
    He is awaiting courtmar-
    ~—Reuter,

    | What’s On Today

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    Salvaging
    Sunken Yawl
    Has Started

    Salvaging of the French Yaw!
    “Potick,” which was for the
    four months submerged in
    inner basin of the Careenage
    Was started yesterday

    Schooners “Marea Henrietta’
    and C.M.W. “Ipana” will do the job
    while captains Selby and Comp
    ton will supervise. ;

    Parts of the schooner, such as
    the booms and gaft, which were
    easy to be removed, were taken
    off yesterday by the “Marea Hen-
    rietta” so as to lighten the vessel
    for refloating.

    Two divers were hired to dis-
    conpegt these parts from the
    vessel before being removed by
    the “Henrietta’s” cranes. One of
    Ahem when asked of the condition
    of the hull, said that it was en-

    the

    tirely covered with black moss
    and he could not determine its
    condition.

    To-day the workmen expect to
    start on the refloating. They have
    planned to raise the “Potick” from
    the stern by rope and blocks at-
    tached to the two schooners
    When the vessel is sufficiently
    above the water, a steel pump
    will be brought into use to free
    it of the water.

    It is believed that the “Potick”
    will have to be taken on dock
    almost immediately after it has
    been removed.

    Now owner is Mr. James Mur-
    ray whose bid of $550 at an
    auction sale last week carried it
    off.



    Commonwealth XI
    Will Tour India
    3 West Indians To Go

    LONDON, April 19.
    The recent tour of a Common-
    wealth Cricket Team to India,
    Pakistan and Ceylon, proved such
    a success that a second one has
    been arranged for next winter.

    Confirming this to-day, Mr.
    George ; Duckworth, the former
    Lancashire and England player,

    who will again manage the team,
    said that detailed arrangements
    would be discussed with Mr. A. S.
    De Mello, President of the Indian
    Board of Control, when he comes
    over in May to attend the Imperial
    Cricket Conference at Lords.
    The last side included nine Aus-
    tralians, five Englishmen, and two
    from the West Indies, but the next
    team is likely to contain eleven
    English players, mainly from
    county sides, two Australians and
    three West Indies. The team will

    not be chosen until after the
    M.C.C. have announced the party
    to tour Australia and New Zea-

    land.—Reuter.



    Communists Claim

    New Gains
    HONG KONG, April 19.

    Communist sources to - day
    claimed new gains on Hainan
    Gsland, contradicting Nationalist

    reports that 5,000 out of 6,000
    Communist invaders were out of
    action and the remnant force
    holding out in the hills.

    The Pro-Communist Hong
    Kong newspaper ‘Ta King-Pap,’
    quoting sources in Canton, said the
    Communist landing on Hainan on
    Monday was the fifth and largest
    since early in March and that the

    Monday force, despite heavy
    Nationalist artillery and ar
    attacks, was beating inland to
    join earlier invaders who have
    linked up with guerillas in the
    hills.

    The Newspaper put out a
    special edition _ acclaiming
    “Another Communist Success.”

    Independent Chinese reports here
    said that 1,000 survivors of the
    Monday landing had refused an
    ultimatum to surrender, and that
    Nationalist naval craft and
    bombers were keeping close watch
    on Hainan’s hopes to ‘prevent the
    landing of Communist reinforce-
    ments.

    Nationalist forces
    have sunk 20 out
    craft, concentrated
    Peninsula, opposite
    night.

    claimed to
    of 100 river
    on Luichow
    Hainan, last

    —Reuter.



    Communists
    Accused Of

    Demonstrations

    HAMBURG, April 19.
    Max Bruer, Social Democratic
    Burgomaster of Hamburg, today

    accused an_ illegal Communis:
    group of instigating last Friday’s
    anti-Jewish demonstrations in

    Hamburg. Bruer said the demon-
    strations were staged to discredit
    West Germany abroad—*‘the most
    successful trick the Communists
    could perform to the detriment
    of our esteem.”

    —Reuter.



    New Belgian Cabinet
    Possible Today

    BRUSSELS, April 19.
    The Belgian Premier Designate,

    Paul Van Zeeland, returning to his
    with

    office from an _ interview
    Prince Charles, the Belgian Re-
    gent, told reporters tonight,

    “Things are progressing and it is
    not impossible that I will complete
    niy Cabinet forming mission to-
    morrow.”

    Van Zeeland added that he will
    continue his negotiations tomor-
    row and will see the Regent on
    Friday.—-Reuter.

    NO PAY RISE
    FOR COUNCILLORS

    Barbados Advocate Correspondent
    GRENADA, April 19
    Grenada Legislature to-day de
    feated by six votes to two a mo-)







    tion by Hon. R. C. P. Moore seek- |
    ng to double remuneration of!
    Councillors. There were four ab-|
    stentions

    iuced the equire

    to $80. Present salary $6
    ubsistence | I

    absent from the meeting

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    WHEN the Conference of the |= 7
    Federation of Civil Service Asso- |\ =======eseeeee wz
    ciations in the Caribbean. re-|{ i
    assembled at Harrison College}

    terday morning, the Minutes HERE AT LAST %

    Third Conference held in ” ee :
    British Guiana in 1948 were con- }} a?
    firmed,

    The Report of the Committee ‘
    appointed to go into the Holme;

    Report
    adopted
    The Conference decided to re-
    quest the Secretary of State to
    the necessary steps to im-
    lement this report early as
    including the setting up
    Regional Commission, and

    was presented and

    PONDS
    ANGEL FACE



    as



    m such Commission is _ insti-
    tuted, to make representations [or ;
    the inclusion of such services as

    have been omitted from the
    Holmes Report. New make up that goes on without water *
    The Conference also directed in Flattering Shades :
    that a telegram be sent to the :
    Secretary of. State thanking him ¢

    BRONZE ANGEL—PINK ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL

    for the Message which had been
    conveyed to them by the Gov-
    ernor and expressing disappoint-
    ment at the failure of the Secre-
    tary of State to reply to the reso-

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    e ° 84, > aes ;
    ? tutions passed at the last Con- I
    Ir ade Station TAKES OFF IN ‘erence
    20 SECONDS The Conference also moved a :
    SAN, DIEGO, California, resolution congratulating Sir}
    S a I t April 19. Hubert Rance on his appointment |—
    wa S t er A 60 ton flying boat for the Seren of Trinidad SR eee eee eeeenenpeeenenenemeenmeeenes
    Fi United States Navy—said to be cata ry 4 at this resolution be
    A FIREMAN never enjoys a comfortable rest unless the fastest ever built—has made a aa
    he is off duty. He is always on the alert and the slightest : i ke neh "te eicd 25 Years Ago Advocate, April 20
    : ve ic ais 4 vy yur tur > eng »s the g ’ ,
    sound can disturb his slumber. Apart from fires, these men 3 (le eek off : canes ‘ ge 1925
    av gaily acci r : : . Jia {OO ) esterdé row r . pet les tok cee» p
    hie daily assignments. They keep their equipment in Bar pice ae ae. a Wave speaks to wave in whispers:
    J, Ade oie ; ‘ 2 ay for ; minutes far ar.
    good condition; attend lectures pertaining to fire routine and It required only 20 seconds to In ri - ps Behe ah
    Se e, oee ae es ; 1 light’s ow / gs t
    exercise at Keep Fit Classes in the morning. take off —Reuter star ae ae: ne }
    rere tere The Fire Brigade Station at : And ‘Gimily known. the acret
    a Coleridg Stree as rece : : : mt i es
    ¥ i t re oaired. ute thie nerted thn SPAIN NOT CONNECTED vases 6f teeee
    ounges gate was widened and the garage THE HAGUE, April 19 Hints in the dark at myriad mys-
    e enlargened to accommodate two The Spanish Gove ent is not 4, Spee
    Ski er—But Fire Engines The Foreman’s connected in any w with possi- Now is the moment when we feel
    Office was also renovated. ble plans for the f Spanish _ Out place t
    ‘ - be. he Station houses 23 Firemen, Military bases as par he North SWing in the emptiness of mighty
    20 Y rs At Sea including the Foreman, three Atlantic Defence, the v Spanish Space:
    Sergeants and four Corporals. It pene to the Netherlands, Don The unlit orb we ride spins,
    : = : B is equipped with three Sigmund Fernandez Villaverde y Roca de lustreless,
    CAPTAIN Alfred Compton, a Pumps, two wagons and 12,500 Togores, said here to-day Across the vast black void of
    32-year-old St. Lucian, who has feet of hose Reuter. lonliness W.l
    been skippering the 49-ton schoon- , }
    er “ C. M, W. Ipana” for the past Roll Call y r ;
    two months, is perhaps the young- At 5.55 i.m. the Fireman ( ONFEDER 7
    est captain of intercolonial craft falls in for Roll Call and the A l cate df L }
    Which call’ at Barbados duties for the day are announced 7 7
    Yet Alfred has bee seamé r : ; 5 Y TN] F:
    et 4 € as been a seaman by the Foreman or Senior Ser- / /
    for 20 years. He is one of seven geant in charge. On Monday it’ 4 +“
    brothers, five of whom took to the Physical Training on the Parade
    sea. On leaving school, he decid- sq . he C - 4 MR IDRPW cEuP ‘ }
    1 ’ 1 Square at the Central Station Ik. ANDREW SHEPPARD f ‘epresentativ
    ad to be a ombin bay, to his fathen; “eee hae, cre, Central Stadio ii % a LE SHEPPARD, local re presentative of
    who was skipper of sloop “Can- They attend lectures on Tuesday: on nied rati mn iife Association, will be leaving for '
    aries”. . ___ Wednesday is Fire Drill while on amaica on Sunday, 23rd April to attend the company’s
    ; ivery. shilling I have worked Thursday the Firemen drill along Convention of Representatives in the Caribbean Area, South |
    or, rave made on the sea,” he with the Police, Friday morning and Central America
    told the Advocate, “and I will jg either Physical Training « He will a. c
    nasa ladwetenkene- tachne th ae pe ee ae Bese as n the Trinidad will be the famous Shaw Park :
    sailed as mate of schooners begin’\cleaning’ asme ae their Seawell Nit the Assoc on at Hotel which is situated on a hill 3
    “Adalina”, ‘“Laudalpha” and & anl a in t Will t ATP rt cludi Mr, approximately 10 miles from }
    Ctncealtatihe’ andi » 4p, equipment for Saturday morn- illard G. Grant, Major R. J Kingst The o “re '
    Novelist boatswain of the ine’s inspection On Sat Morrisor Toint ani See OD ne members of the u
    American Transport Service jney do ~ anaeel olen F hese W. M (Po re D Managers; Mrs. Association are among those who,
    “QM114” eager Et ae * ae se Oe aa a i ate rae Or- qualified, by successful life under- |
    the pectio whieh takes sanser, and Messrs, J. Fergusson, writing, to be present at the Con- sis i
    Captain Compton had a very place at 10.00 a.m J Ferraz, and R. Als, Trinidad vention where various matters INSIST ON
    exciting sea life Hurricanes, Yomee ae” th an ‘ Representatives. will be discussed with other
    drifts and various accidents he ex- i per from these assignments Mr. Sheppard ll be away officials from ‘the Head Office |
    perienced, many of which he could the | Fireman has many other for one week in Jam 1ica and two from the Head Office : Toronto | | \ ] My | \ ,
    not recollect at the moment duties of his own. He has to keep weeks rrinidad where he will Canada F Certain * concave SI E A '
    On some trips the sails, spars, the Station clean and shines visit relatives and business ac- have haan ‘invited E “ive talks '
    booms and rudders were put out brass on the Sigmund Pump, Fire quaintances before returning and Mr. Sheppard's talk will be
    of commission, but he was always Extinguishers and other | equip- The locality of the Convention on Quality Business ” |

    lucky to reach the nearest
    without ever being hurt.

    port

    “ ”
    Lost

    Sometime in 1937, the “Can-

    aries” on which he was then a

    sailor, was reported lost for three
    months and 25 days before it was
    found at Venezuela.

    The “Canaries” had sailed from
    Trinidad bound for St. Lucia. The
    crew never starved a day, Cap-
    tain Compton said. Every day
    they caught fresh fish in sufficient
    quantities to satisfy them until
    they got to Venezuela

    War stepped in and Captain
    Compton, then mate of the “Can-
    aries”, gave up his ship to become
    boatswain of the American Trans-



    port “QM114". He remained on
    this ship for three years.
    He had a narrow escape while

    in this service. In 1945 when his
    ship had put into British Guiana
    for just two hours, he heard the
    report that a ship was torpedoed
    in the vicinity.

    That same year he resigned and
    went back home to be made boat-
    swain of the “Albertha Compton

    which has sometime ago been
    burnt up while lying in harbour

    at Port-of-Spain.

    One year and six months he
    spent on that vessel and then went
    over to be mate of the “Ipana”
    Six months later he sat the Cap-
    tain’; examination and passed. In
    April, 1949, he became master of
    the “Ipana’

    3 Experiences
    Captain Compton told of three
    experiences which he believed he

    would never forget.
    Once, this time as mate of the
    “Canaries”, he and the crew were

    out to sea for three days without

    water. They were about 20 miles
    from St. Lucia when thev is-
    covered that all the water had
    leaked cut oi the cask. When they
    reached St. Lucia, neither of them
    could drink more than gill

    Some yecrs after, the “Albertha

    Compton” yan out of water about
    180 miles from Surinam with 113
    emigrants from St. Lucia on
    board. Luckily a ship came to
    their assistance and gave them
    water and food

    On another occasion, his ship

    was caught in a storm when hav-
    ing sailed for a day on a voyage
    from Trinidad to Guadeloupe
    The bowsprit, sails and mainboom
    were destroyed leaving them at
    the mercies of the sea.

    The ship, the name of which he
    did not remember at the time, was
    drifting for two days before they

    could get assistance Another
    schooner came for the weather-
    beaten schooner and towed it

    back to Trinidad

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    Each man works in two-hour}
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    hydrants This duty is done j
    every day, with the exception |
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    Tonic Food (tins) 1.07
    OVALTINE
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    VITA-CUP (tins) ... .70 Marmalades « Syrups
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    LUX Toilet Soap .... l6c.
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    weveee 470.
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    Bema Molasses (tins) 23c.
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    OXYDOL (Packs) 33 & 7c.
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    Aust. Peanut Butter (Jars)
    12 oz, 64c., 10 oz, 55c.

    4 oz, 35c.
    Aust. PEANUTS (tins) 38c.
    S.A. PINEAPPLE JAM 68c.
    S.A, APRICOT JAM 53c.
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    » Black Currant Jam
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    LIN CAN PEAS (tins) 34c.
    BACHELOR PEAS
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    DUTCH CARROTS
    (tins) .... 36
    BAHAMA TOMATOES
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    DUTCH BEETS . 86c.
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    CAR—1949 Austin A-70, damaged in

    : sale by auction on in-

    seater fom. totus Goi

    on wee!
    BLADON

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    a3 pm 20.4,50—in.

    CAR—One Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in Al
    mechanical condition. L, Alleyne, Fort
    Royal Garage Ltd. 9.4.50.—7n,
    ———$2[—_—

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    CAR—Standard 8 H.P. Greet) vee
    or without Radio. Apply: jet om
    ft Plantations Building. Telephone
    | es. 18.4.50—3n.



    VAN— 1948 (June) Fordson i0 cwt.
    Van mileage under 9,000, owner
    . In good condition, for viewing.
    $900.00 or nearest offer. Apply:
    A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
    Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.
    18,.4,50—3n,





    ELECTRICAL

    COOLERATOR—7 C.F. Good condi-
    . Barbados Ice Co., Bay Street,
    20.4.50—4n,



    REFRIGERATOR—New 1949 General
    8 Cubic Feet with guanantee.
    3189, 19.4,50—3n.

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    Alley. Phone 4683. 20.4.50—2n








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    | Roibon, could race in August. Her Dam

    4 72, r Bacaquomec. Apply G. L.

    » Norwood, St. James.

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    of every description

    China, old Jewels, fine Silver,

    Early books, Maps, Auto-

    Gorringes Antique Snop,
    Royal Yacht Club.

    1.9.49,—t.f.n.

    | , ANTISEPTIC DUSTING POWDER—A
    | delicate and harmless nursery and toilet
    y for the relief of all forms of
    irritations amd for excessive

    - CC. FP. Harrison & Co.
    19.4,.50—2n.

    BOOTS WORM SYRUP—A pleasant
    | Mud reliable preparation for freeing

    from worms. C. F. Harrison
    19,4, 50—2n.

    a
    g@AULOONS — Assorted Colours and

    i] gt some for the kiddies—Knights
    . 19.4,.50—2n.

    BUS AND TRUCK TYRES, made by
    ‘Aenley of England and ‘are world
    Acwtbigg We have just received a
    ‘ Shipment of these 32 x 6 ien
    h we invite you to see—you
    our prices just what they
    + John F. Hutsan Ltd.
    19.4,50—3n.

    of Cutlery containing 127
    plated A.1, In delightful
    at Ralph A. Beard’s Aubtion
    Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683.

    20.4,50—2n.

    trai boy’s ommner coat,
    ored. Length ". Smail
    ‘als linen coat’ length 17". Ring 8474.
    20.4.50—1n.

    All Varieties and makes
    from aoe be cs ag each. No
    complete w: ut a Camera —
    Drug Stores.

    19.4.50—2n.

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    sizes, just Knights Drug
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    ‘USHES—ALL kinds Nylon &
    including the Jamores
    PEARSON” — Knights Drug
    19.4,50—2n.














    FRIGEMINTS — A ta:
    mp te all Gus ane
    , 16.4,50—6n.

    HOUSE.—Good con-
    20.4.50—In.

    and delicious Pop-
    . Price 17c.
    LTD.

    20.4,50—2n

    |, RETRBA DED
    ®: $88.28 Geo, TRUCK TYRES—6.50_
    : a 7.41. X 7: $46.90.
    * 20.4.50—t.f.n.

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    PLAT NO. aa
    mil. 3—White Hall, Codrington

    June ist. Fully furnished,
    2 Bedrooms. Apply: Mrs. Lynch, White

    Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427.
    16.4.50—5n

    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.

    ———_
    HOUSE TO LET—From 15th May t
    Sept. 20th. Large fully furnishea hotse

    St. James coast, cool position. Excellent
    bathing. $75 monthly. Ring Dons 3249.
    13.4.50—7n,

    Coast, Excellent sea bathing. Fully fur-
    nished; four bedrooms, Refrigerator,

    9.4.50.—t.f.n,

    REST COT—On Sea, Welches, Max-
    well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From Ma;
    Ist. Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t. fn.
    —

    RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S. Maffei
    A beautiful imposing building over-
    jooking Rockley Bay next to the in-
    tended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly
    constructed. Fully furnished complete
    with linen and cutlery. Studebaker
    Car if required. From May Ist for four
    to six months. For further particulars
    apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 after
    4 p.m. 20.4.50—10n

    “WINSLOW”, Bathsheba, for ihe
    months of May, June and November
    Apply: Mirs. W. T. Gooding, Strong-
    hope, St. Thomas. 20.4, 50—3n











    WANTED







    HELP

    An Assistant Master for the Christ
    Church Boys’ Foundation School, from
    the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and
    General Form Subjects.

    Salary on approved Scale according to
    qualification and experience.

    Applications should be sent with full
    details of qualification and experience,
    to the Headmaster not later than 22nd

    April.
    W.H ANTR3US,
    Sec, to Gov. Body,
    Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation Schoo),
    9.4.50—7n,

    —_———
    MATRON—For Old Lady's Home
    Must be a good housekeeper and have
    some knowledge of nursing. Apply



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    EXPERIENCED NURSE—Apply Mrs
    Newman. Passage House, Passage Rd
    20.4.50—-t.f.n

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    prices paid for old gold and silver jewel-
    lery and scraps. Y, De Lima & Co., Ltd.,
    20 Broad Street. 15,4,50—6n,





    USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
    Prompt cash paid for used stamps
    If you wish, merchandise, cugh as

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    CLUB SECRETARYSHIP
    VACANT:

    APPLICATIONS are invited for the
    Secretaryship of the St. Clair Club,
    Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which becomes
    vacant on the 3ist. July, 1950. Free
    quarters suitable for retired married
    couple together with light and telephone.

    Written applications should be ad-

    to:
    VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club,
    11 Maraval Road.
    15.4.50—6n.



    NOTICE

    I HEREBY NOTIFY that Nathwrnal
    Thakurdas Chatlani has been baptised
    by the Very Rev. Dean Hutchinson

    This 18th day of November 1949, I
    signed my will that the Very Rev. Dean
    hutchinson should be executor for Iny

    “Owing to the difficulty of tendering
    for the replacement of the Ceiling at

    ing the old one, I now call for tenders
    for the removal of the main ceiling of
    the Parish Church.

    Tenders will be received by me up to
    a 1950.""
    — W. U. GOODING,

    Parochial Treasurer,
    St. Philip.

    19.4,50—6n.

    |

    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

    The application of Bornns Bay Rum
    Co. per A. A. Guilier of St. Michael
    Row, City for permission to sell Spirits.
    Malt Liquors, &¢c., at a two storey wal
    building at corner of Hardwood Alley
    and St. Michael’s Row, City.

    Dated this 19th day of April 1950.
    To:—D. D. MORRIS Esq.

    Police Magistrate, Dist.








    .B.—This licatoin will be con-
    siaeed ata Licensing Court to be held
    at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Mon-
    day the Ist day of May 1950 a1 11 o'clock

    bas D. D. MORRIS,

    Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.-
    a , 20.4,50—In





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    AUCTION



    I will seli by

    of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th
    April at two
    i x 10 house And
    a wo o'clock on
    Str obliquely oppo. :
    Club Gap a chattel build
    ton. It consists of gallery,
    dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitch

    tollet and palings. Both houses to
    removed and must be sold.
    Terms Cash.

    D'ARCY A. SCOTT,



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    Princess Louise, Sch. Philip H. Davic- LADY RODNEY Tuesday were
    ee INSTRUCTION received from the i. f eo
    7 S Migs estate of MARY FRAN-/ Caroline, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Mrs. D. C. Salles. Miss Joan Humphrey, Miss R. Newsam,

    cIs M deceased I will sell

    Thursday 20th April 1950 at School Lanc| Jones. Sch. Henrv D. Wallace, Sch. United — Mr. and Mrs, FE. C., Pearson, Mr. J, M. D. Greaves, Bishop George Weld, Mr.

    Hall's , One
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    auction at her vard at head

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    By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
    of
    oclock one newly built
    i on Thursday the
    the spot at Bay
    the Aquatic

    irawing and

    Auctioneer. | Emanuel Gordon, Sch. Burma D, Sch. Capt. Ollivierre. for British Guiane, Richard Davies, Warren Bennett, Paul
    15.4.50—4n, | Frances W. Smith, Sch. Lucille Smith, Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association. Talbot, William Bradbury, Thelma Brad-





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    Gone With The Wind—Almost

    CAPETOWN: Eimer Harvey, ed out of the window. Elmer 2
    eged 52, was counting banknotes cut at the next station, ploddeg
    in a train approaching Capetown back along the permanent way i ‘i
    when suddenly the train entered the tunnel, and there he pickegsâ„¢



    ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.L.
    FROM TRINIDAD

    Mary Harford, Clifford Corbin, Robert/a tunnel, and £10 notes were up 30 £10 notes stuck to f2ncoll
    Doushn, Marie Glarsher, Woodley An-







    Yr tals
    thony, Edwin Cooper-Scott, Celi Ruth.| Snatched, by the wind and scatter- and lying on the metals.
    vem-Murray, Alan Ruthvem-Murray,
    Hans Kugler, Sonja Scott, Ceeil Bur!
    Morell Bourne, Heather Roach, Johi
    Ruddock, Margaret Ruddock, George
    IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina, Sch. Divine, for St. Vincent: Agents: Da Costa Howarth, Doris Howarth, Gerald Bourne,
    Marea Henrietta, Sch. Everdene. Sch. & Co., Ltd. Phyllis Bourne, Jennifer Bourne, George
    CM.V. Ipana, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Schooner Geraldine H., 37 tons net, Bourne, Hetty Francis, Malcolm’ Arthur,





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    Sch. Hazel Scott, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch. Passengers leaving by the R.S.M, bury.
    ; Fae : FROM DEMERARA ’

    Miss G. Dolphin, Mrs. C. Humphrey,





    son, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Mary E. For St. Lucia:
    on | Laudalpha, Yacht Beegic. Sch. Molley N. For Dominica: Mrs, E, Greaves, Miss N. Greaves, Master






    The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-







































    tel} Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady Zoileen, Sch. Gordon, Mrs. B. L. Pinard and nfant. John Perkins, Mr, Reuben Osborne, Mrs. ae Cale sae erm foc
    f, paling and usual out Cloris Henrietta. For Antigua: M. Osborne, Mrs. E. Pierce, Mr. Ken mominica, Antigua, ‘ist A “4 }
    noon Land cin tbe Sock, the afters ae PSUNGEPARTURES BY E.W.LA.I See ee ; isn, Sydney May 26th, Brice
    can be rented at $1.50 ARRIVALS For St. Kitts: atch creaieetensl « “ ° i. i
    month at ah: Cana 4,306 tons net, Capt. _ Mr. C. Seale. FOR LA GUAIRA The M.V. Deerwood will ac bane, hig out eee aro
    KENRICK N, ALLSOPP, Weir, from Trinidad; Agents: Plantations For Bermuda: Mr. Kehneth Parker, Miss Mativ De a tae Syincents Grenada, wie oe ete
    Auctioneer Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Greene, Mrs. ©, Bont, Mr. Miguel Herrera, Mrs, Maria » Lucia, oS cal! will be
    Kew Rd. St. Michael. SS. Alcoa Pennant, 3,945 tons net. Capt. Henderson, Mrs. R. Snyders, Mrs. RB. Herrera, Mr, Hector Briceno, Mrs, Bertha|{]| Aruba, date ame
    12.4.50—Sn, | Henke, from Trinidad; Agents: Da Costa Snyders, Mr. A. E. Norcross on eee Se a Mr, given.
    & Co. Ltd, Per Boston: arry Jordan, Mr. lone} y NER OWNERS’
    eee} Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons nét, Mrs. A. Greathead. Mr. and Mra. T. FOR ST. LUCIA ea Seeman, 4
    REAL Capt. Noel, from Dominica; Agents: Smith, Mrs. W. Foote, Miss S. Faile« Mr. William Armstrong. Leeward bs oF
    ESTATE Schooner Owners’ Association, Mrs. G, Hinkson, Miss E. Me Carthy-O' FOR ANTIGUA For further particukars appiy:— a

    Senor ee ——- M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. Leary, Mr. E. Crovn, Mr. and Mrs _Mr. Geo. Weld, Miss Daisy Demarest, TEL, 4041 FURNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTL}

    AT the office of the undersigned on! Gumbs, from Dominica; Agents: Schooner Sehneider, Mr, and Mrs. B, Graham, Mr, Father Taverniers, Mrs. Christine Roberts, Agents Trinidad.
    Friday the 2ist instant at 2 p.m. at| Owners’ Association. and Mrs, H, Binnet, Mr. and Mrs. H, Mrs. Umbana Farara, Rev, Dunean Moore. DA COSTA & CO. LTD
    Public competition:— S.S. Byfiord, 1,109 tons net, Capt. Cross. Agents Barbados.

    61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT’ Tharaldsen, from Guadeloupe; Agents: For Halifax: MAIL NOTICES

    CO. LIMITED Robert Thom Ltd. Miss F. Johnson. Miss A. Cox, Mr:
    97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN- DEPARTURES \. M. Me Kay, Mr. and Mrs. J. D
    SURANCE co;

    43 shares in the WESTINDIA RUM say, for Antigua; Agents: Da Costa & S. L. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Ad

    Sch. Gardenia W. will’ be closed at the . §
    t : * * General Post Office as under:— 0.
    sehon ix ees re on : : rE Pomcel Mail at 10.30 a.m., Register- 7
    nares he BARBADOS. SHIP | “S'S. Alcoa Pointer, 3,931 tons net, Capt. FE. M. Lyall ed Mail at 10. a.m., Ovdinary Mail at ¥
    24 sh j

    INERY LTD.

    ares in the B'DOS ICE CO., LTD. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION 1\-45 a.m. on the 20th April 1950.

    CARRINGTON & SEALY.
    14.4. 50—6:





    BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone, municate with the following shins S.S. Kastor, S.S. Benny, S

    newly constructed. Three Bedroon

    Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m
    18.4.50—6;

    S. Aicoa Fost Office as under:— NEW YORK SERVICE
    * ES Sane Barbados Coast Station:— Pennant, S.S. Loide Peru, SS. Del Pereei Mail at 1? noon, Registered a wae |
    i S i s.S maine, S.S. Lady Nelson, S.S. Notre, S.S. Alcoa Pointe, SS Stella Mail at 1.20 Ordinary 5 4 v.Â¥. 0: 7
    runni: water, 2 5 , a . a \y ‘oa . a #0 p.m., inary Mail at 2.30
    Garage halt ee. wns. Archie | St@la Lykes, SS. Alcoa Clipper, S.S. Polaris, §.S. Southern Counties, SS Skt Ot 1 Pam. waa $8 “BYFJORD" ................ Ree qth April 17th April |
    BS tod pm ue | Alcoa Roamer, S.S. Hyeres, SS .Fort- Sunmont, S.S. Byfjord, S.S. Gascogne WUE seciesencsecsdccsccnsee SOU Apri 8th May ]







    Sagona, S.S. Solarium, S.S. ° Regent Nidiriand. §'S Torrance Hills, S.S. S 1 or x NEW ORLEANS SERVICE dj]
    ial tear te Rd ee eee . gen di . . %
    DWELLING HOUSE & BusINFse | Leopard, SS. ern Gulf, s.S Aula, S.S. S. Rosa, S..S. Elizabeth, } TV SETS PROBLEM v6 B'dos yl
    PPEMISES Contz oe ee Rangitoto, S.S. inchester, S.S. Fort- SS. Strasbourg, SS. Hermanfritzen, ee ° og j
    4,682 square nae sh RE eee Amherst, S.S. Sun Valley, S.S Cana- S.S Adelaide, S.S. Solarium, s.s WASHINGTON: Parents are} SS an coh RO. f j iy a ord April ti
    nee ‘s dian Cruiser, S.S. Dolores, S.S. Johilla, Yamenot, S.S | Nereide complaining that TV is turning VAPRE aAnEn BE ee 19h ‘Abril “4th May tl
    aA at: a oe i Se | Sec ahaha’ ‘ j 4
    tutieas et aed caren coe Tv NOTICE their offspring into problem cme nerereeemetnneananers Sr een eee == ll
    DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and - children. This is what they had SOLTHBOUND — econ: |
    hy rooms, entrance to, garage. Front- to say in answer to a questionnaire} * 4
    age: 0 vashing tanks, and many sent out by the schools: Children Name of Shi Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados |
    OCP STATE, Conereted throughout HOUSING BOARD from five to seven had tan- eae N
    IPSTs , bedrooms, large draw- ‘ ‘ 7 B8,.' o Pi , April 28th May Ist lay 11th
    ing ani dining rooms, toilet and bath Vacancy for female Clerical Assistant trums when the set was shut off ee ee A Renant’ May 12th May 15th May 25th
    room ront verandah ‘ . rae . at dinnertime and még p ss Ale Patriot’ M 26th May 29th June 9th (
    Electric light, power and water are Applications are invited for the post of Clerical Assistant (female) . me Toney et Re
    installed — throughout. Inspection by | FTousi Bihars had less interest in playing out- eatanniun F
    appointment. Phone 2297 ’ OUSLEE oarda, ; : doors; eight-year-olds either| ° ane
    qoipenitn ate be set up to public The salary of the post, which is non-pensionable and terminable | rushed through their meals or Name of Ship Arrives Barbados /
    é e omice o the i or - + : : . : ; sic j ; |
    signed on Friday the 28th., April 1950 | at one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of $480 x 48— | insisted upon eating in the samej .. . Aiken O65 at April 191i For St. Lawrence River Ports ]
    at 3p m. For further parigulars and | $1900 room with the set; nine-year-| &'s’ «Seanreere®™ April 19th » St. John, Halifax 4
    conditions of sale apply to . va : olds refused to go to bed early} St. Lawrence River. Ports | ng
    HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD Applicants should have a knowledge of shorthand and typing. and, when one did ‘anaes SS. “Alcoa Puritan’ May Ist » St. John, Montreal, 1
    Jane ees Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi- from occasional - nightmares: in wet ies sadapesicsic }
    18.4.50—6n. | ence, together with copies of testimonials, should be addressed to the | the ten to 13 age groups, parents Apply : eT ie, ee ee ae *Gult ease
    SSE " aie s : : - | * era _ 0 . rice. W
    Pa HAVEN” ~—- Brighton Beach. | Secretary, Housing Board, the Garrison and will be accepted up to {found school marks were down ree . 3 i)
    Sma ouse, all conveniences, near] 4 p.m. on 26th April 0 » F 9 are te in |
    beach and bus. Low land rent. In- I pril, 1950. 0.4.50 ou . ‘ ~ “ Toes ae.
    Ne ene remises at any the op | nny ENTERPRISING !
    hone Owner at 3188 18.4.50—3n — — ;
    3 ———== — +
    “Stee SU hee meee OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE LONG ISLAND: Anxious to get ]
    ing BLUE WATERS), on the land side} BARBADOS BARiabing rid of his stock of old flivvers in A M WEBB ORIENT Al |
    of the road facing the Bay with 13,40” IN THE ISTANT COURT OF IN THE ASSISTANT couRT or | time for the spring rush, a motor . ° 4 4 - }
    ae an oe ane including the lan : APPEAL APPEAL dealer advertised in all the New + one Hy
    amon Th ih Aan ME ai (Equitable Jurisdiction) (Equitable Jurisdiction) York papers that he would accept a GOODs oe i
    drawing and dining rooms, three bed. DOROTHY CLOTILDA LOUISE RUTH ANN ALLEYNE Plaintiff} a dozen eggs for down-payment. — py |
    peor we running water, and all other SE CYRAL WHARTON Defendant! “We've got the crates,” he said Stocks — Bonds — Shares CURIOS, = =JEWELLERY, |
    offices luding kitchen with cupboards jie Be aie as IN pursuance of an Order in this | «. es ; ee a se BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD @ |
    Water, Electricity, Gas and Radio BEATRICE ELOISE WILSON Court in the above action made om the | YOU bring the eggs. Both Local and Foreign . YÂ¥, ETC a
    installed. Garage ‘and Servants rooms Defendant: Mth day of April 1950, I give notice : CANBAL, IVORY, Eat “|
    7 . r . ~ _ nl .
    in yard IN pursuance of an Order in this | ‘0 all persons having any estate, ‘right or THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE Bought and Sold THANI BROS. 4
    non any day—Phone 8365, Mr.| Court in the above action mace om the /interes. in or any lien or incumbrance 1 i
    amy. 18th day of April 1950, 1 give notice | @ffeetieg all that certain piece or parcel ‘ IrFORN : ( a j wed 4]
    The above will be set up to public] to all persons, having any estate, right | of land cituste at St. Davids Road in CALL IRNTAY | . ane os ihe rer |
    competition at the office of the under-| or interest in or any lien or incum-|the parish of Christ Chunty in this | large publishers advances ever 4 A
    wigned on Friday, the 2Ist of April, 1950, | brance affecting All that certain piece | island. containing by admeasurement | give 3000) will be paid to 155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown Pr. W Hy, Streeé Hy |
    a -‘m, or parcel of land (formerly part of 2] 0M rod or thereabouts ‘butting and | qt, » Neuen ‘ . in= . . . . m, »s . AI
    CARRINGTON & SEALY, lorgey area of land containing by ad-| bouncing on lands of R. Harewood} Sathleen (Forever Amber) Win- Dial 3188, -:- Hours : 9-3 Dial 3466 i
    @ 2 Lucas Street. | measurement One acre, two roods,| deceased, I, Forde on two sides mien | sor for her second novel “Stat . : 4
    1.3,50—12n, ,| Uwenty one perches or thereabouts | the Public Rood or however else the} Money’. Opening sentence of the |Us-—-s = - 8
    . . ‘ which formed part of the lands of Mount] fame may abut and bound to bring + ras ¢ , an’s an ¥
    ; The undersigned will offer for Sale| Cjapham Plantation) situate in the | before me an account of their said book ” It was a woman's bed heatidinatnas . _— 4
    at their Offices, No: 17, High Street, | parish of Christ Church and island | claims with their witnesses, documents | TOOM, ee hay oui ee eo. eee tae ae ae oe j
    Bridgetown, on Friday the 2st day of

    April 1950, at 2 p.m.

    A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- the uts ¢ a
    dos Mutual Life Assurance Society, on ereabouts abutting and bounding on

    the life of A.P. aged 71 years

    POT Tee se Vea ds oes BA $ 9,000.00
    Sonus to 1945 6,896 00
    Present’ Surrender Value .. 11,197.00

    COTTLE, CATFORD, & cp. | 24, bound.

    16.4. 50—br

    —_-__-_oOoOoOo

    We will set up for sale at public cow

    petition at our Office No: 17, High St.| Clerk of the
    on Friday. the 28th day of}

    Bridgetown
    April 1950
    All_ that



    2.30 p.m.:



    dwelling house known as The Bric

    House and the land thereto belonging,
    containing by admeasurement 3,024

    square feet or thereabouts situate, <
    Spry St. Bridgetown.

    Inspection any days except Sunday.
    on application on the premises

    - For Pac Ha Per st oa nesday the 2lst day of June 1950 at 10 heat abhincl sat’ i-gs Slats isha
    ions of Sale, apply to the undersigned: | oelock a.m. when their said clatn » ’
    ‘COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO.) Will be ranked OFFICIAL SALE iheh: ‘Suite! bikaonsas: | end FOR y
    16.4.50-—11m Given under my hand this 18th day RAPPADOS

    WE t wblic | ©! April 1950 ‘IN T SSIST P 2 | ther Drawing and Dining Room .
    WE will set up for sale at public} ° : I. V. GILKES. IN THE AS SDANT. COURT OF ‘ a vs . ,

    competition at our Office No: 17, High Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of 7 . ae Turniture, Deaks, Kitchen Cabi- T AN KS

    Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th | Appeal (Equitable Jurisdiction | 8, L [ Ne

    day of April 1950 at 2 p.m 20.4,50—fn RUTH ANN ALLEYNE Plaintiff nets for Office or Puntry whl Z

    f A Dwelling house (formerly the; CYRIL WHARTON Defendant } “The Board of Control, Atkinson Field offers for sale a
    ‘lanager’s House of Goodland Planta- a , 5 dine your! tn pay: and ionhin vole )

    tion) in the Parish vf Saint Michael, | NOTICE is hereby gven that by virtue - -



    taining by admeasurement 1 Acre,
    toods, 442 Perches or thereabouts

    Inspection’ any day between 10 a.m BARBADOS.

    and 12 o'clock noon.
    For further particulars and Cond
    tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:



    i

    se omen ;

    , CATFORD, & CO DOROTHY CLOTILDA LOUISE i ae ee coil |

    16.4.50-- "On MORRISON June 1950 Trafalgar Street. Dial 4060 16,700 Imp. Gls, My 10’ x 32 Cylindrical ts

    | Plaintiff: All that certain piece or papcel 920'800 Y%" 10’ 6” x 39 mt |

    —armmmrereeineensiaennnreenniiete BEATRICE BLOISE WILSON a = > ae ” ” )

    A PORTION of a Cocoanut Estate in Defendant: the parish of Christ Chuve'n % (
    St. LUCIA — 300 to 400 acres, with jap- ee

    proximately 5,000 bearing cocoanut tree





    , |
    . tue of an Order of an Assidtant Court eT ie
    and m y young trees. Unplanted land J he . pon apts | bounding on lands of R. Harewood . aor , i
    sul or cocoa, cocoanuts and bana- | SisqRpen, Gated tne 18th day of April | ceceased, I. Forde on two sides and on 208,000 , 5 Ye" 60’ x 12 Round +
    5 ~ +) Non dtd Ue ‘ sale ~ - 2 ‘ i « £99 » fin tu?

    nas. Situated 7 miles from Casuies on the highest bidder at co Giles a the the Public Road or however else the Tanks will be sold “where is” and “as is’. bs
    Government main raad which 11s 1 Clert f the A: : - ~ a ame may abut and bound end if not

    miles through the land, Excellent house sore =O ne ssigtant Court of Appea

    site 600 feet abave sea-level with
    neverfailing spring near by Piece ricit

    o'clock in t s r Pride ce
    available from power plant on nearby | 9. » the afternoon on Friday th

    estate.
    Apply G LL. HARFORD,
    Norwood,
    St. Jaynes

    20.4.50-—6n two roods, twenty one perches or there-





    I bnive been instructed to offer fe

    sale that comfortable cottage. called

    “Homestead”, situated at Crumpto
    Sireet. It has gallery, drawing and di:

    ing rooms, (2) bedrooms with extra] \" di oD
    room, kitchen, water toilet and beth | l#nds_of F. li. J. Roberts, on Jands of

    room in yard for keeping goats. In
    mediate possession
    Apply to D'ARCY A. SCOTT

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    S.S). Indore, 4,177 tons net, Capt. Ram- Brewer. Miss P. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs Mails for St. Vincent, Trinidat by the



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    atoresaid containing by admegsurement | and vouchers, to be examined by me on
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    alternoon, at the Office of the Clerk ot \ e e
    the Assistant Court of Appeal at the When Furnishing FOR SALE
    Court House, Bridgetown, before the )
    | “EVANTON”
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    28th day of June 1950, in order that

    (Next to “Yeovilton”, Top Rock)
    Standing on nearly % Acre, a delightful Modern Residence,
    now nearing completion, having Three Bedrooms, a Large
    Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Two fully tiled Bath and



    the Estate of Solomon Best decersed, «
    lands of Samuel Milbert Morrison and
    on the Public Road knewy as Claphe
    Road or however else the same may abut



    stich claims may be ranked according . ~, 3

    to the nature and priority thereof You like Style, Strength and
    respeqtively; otherwise such persens .

    will be preclued fram the benefit of Comfort and

    the said Decree, and be deprived of



    T. bring before me an accoumt of their
    seid claims with their witnesses, docu
    ments and vouchers, to be examined by
    me on any Tuesday, or Friday between
    the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
    the afternoon, at the Office of the
    Assistant Court of Appeo!




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    1 . .
    gf Cal or aghinst the opens Voving M ‘vy. (00
    Faas ate et eh Saving Money, (00
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    : : Toilet. Outside, two car Garage, Two Servants’ rooms & Toilet
    Yea a ae ae or hn aa ee Style and Strength, Comfort | & Shower,, A fourth Bedroom can be made if a Lounge-Dining





    j at the Court House Bridgetown, before
    | ‘the 21st day of June 1950, in order that
    j} such claims may be ranked accordin¢
    Kl to the nature and priority thereof -r
    spectively; otherwise such persons wi!



    o'clock a.m. when their said claim Room is required,
    Viewing by appointment only by applying to - - -
    RALPH A. BEARD
    Hardwood Alley Phone 4683 or 8402.
    19.4.50—-3n,

    ond Price-saving are all com-
    will be ranked













    CT Apel 1980, may PAPE. th “ bined in the NEW and renewed

    JV GILKES, Mahogahy, Birch, Deal, Cedar or

    be precluded from the benefit of the Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
    said Decree, and be deprived of all

    claim on or against the said property

    ba Claimants are also notified that they

    must attend the said Court on Wed

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    limited number of steel fuel storage tanks, at present located |
    at ATKINSON FIELD, BRITISH GUIANA. Capacities and






    there will be set up for vale to descriptions as follows: — ey
    a. All tanks are of welded steel construction.

    b. Capacity Thickness Size Shape

    . Apper y .
    laghest bidder at the Office of ibe Cle Ppa to. you




    | IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
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    of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

    Court House, Bridgetown, between 1)
    hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
    utternoon on Friday, the 30th day “|

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    of land situate at St. Davids Rowd in sine oe)





    All enquiries should be submitted to Chief Executive
    Officer, Board of Control, Atkinson Field, British Guiana.

    then sold the said property will be set
    up for sale on every succeeding Friday
    between the same hours until the same
    is sold for a sum not less than £46.17.6.
    Dated this 14th day of Apri! 1950.
    I. V. GILKES,
    Ag . lerk of the Ass!:tant Court
    of Appeal
    20.4 .50—3n

    ,; at the Court House, Pridgetown, be-
    “7 ween the hours of 12 (noon) and 2

    CANES INSURED
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    All that certain piece or parcel of land
    (formerly part of a larger area of land
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    abouts which formed part of the lands
    »y | Of Mount Clapham Plantation) situate in
    the parish of Christ Church and island
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    ,-y the Estate of Solomon Best dcveased,
    on lands of Samuel Milbert Morrison
    and on the Public Road known as

    Sale of “Staunton” 6th

    Avenue Belleville, advertised











    nay abut and bound. And if not then
    sold the said property will be set up for
    sale on every succeeding Friday between
    the same hours until the same is sold
    for a sum not less than £215. 9. 7,

    Dated this 18th day of April 1950

    I. V. GILKEs,

    Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of

    Appeal

    for sale by public auction on




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    above categories will be considered.
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    Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 19th, 20th and 21st. April.
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    PAGE EIGHT

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    Notre Dame defeated Y.M.P.C
    3—0 in their Second Division fix-
    ture when they met yesterday
    afternoon at the Park. From the
    start Notre Dame outplayed their
    opponents who never seemed to
    catch up with the speed of the







    game.

    Gill, the Notre Dame's centre
    forward opened the score when he
    heat the Y_M.P.C’s keeper with a
    well timed shot. A short while
    after, Headley the inside right
    scored when he received a pass
    from mid-field.

    In the second half, play was

    again transferred to the Y.M.P.C’s
    area, who were trying to decrease
    the lead. Notre Dame however In-
    creased the score, when Daniel at
    inside left, placed the bali into the

    nets after receiving a pass from

    the right wing. The final blast

    found Y.M.P.C. on the offensive
    The teams were

    Notre Dame: Wilkinson; Browne,
    Straughn; Daniel, Branch, Rob-

    ABOUT 150 people were buying fish in the Public Fish Market

    erts: L. Daniel Archer. Gill, Best,
    Headley When the Advocate visited the market there was on sale 210 lbs. of flying
    ¥.M.P.C.: Arcber; Rock, Hazel 100 lbs. of bonito, 120 Ibs. of albacore, 75 lbs. of dolphin and 70 Ii f bi
    K. Bourne, Drayton, Smith; R The largest catch registered for this month was on Wednesday, Apri
    Hazel, Skinner, Hall, Ingram keted 7,825 Ibs. of flying flish, 309 ibs. of dolphin; 30 lbs. of kir h, 473
    ore and 48 lbs, of bonito.

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    ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 26. 1959





    The Waiter Believed In
    - Mind Over Menu |

    By Billy Rese



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    “Or take when a_ vegetarian
    comes in he looks kinda disin- |
    gastronomically unedt terested in food to begin with, and |
    the East Side equivaler you get an idea by the way the)

    : | corner of his mouth lifts whether |

    brosia, and when served properly} **" ort
    he’s thinking of sour cream. }

    ee a I'd ke
    explain for

    the benefit of the



    am-

    this meat dish is usually swim-| { = e ne : a

    ming in a golden brown gravy, ON’T you ever mise ee

    flanked by potato pancakes—those 1 ae and get in trouble:

    heavenly derivatives of the low!y|} said. ;

    spud. _ ; ¥\” “Mistakes I don’t make, but}
    trouble I once got into. Last year

    Well, the other Thursday, tor- |

    a C t married
    tured by a craving for this deli two of our customers 80

    —the lady a vegetarian and the)



    Side which, with the possible ex-
    ception of Luchow’s, serves the}
    only sauerbraten in New York
    worth a second drool.
    The ainner rush was over Dy | she began to yell.
    the time I arrived, and a waiter “You lied to me,’ she said. ‘I
    with a face like rained-on leather! married you with the definite un-
    plopped a bottle of seltzer in front | derstanding no more meat.’
    |

    went to the kitchen and brought
    out a salad for the wife and a}
    big steak for the husband. When
    the wife saw the steak, right away |

    acy, I loaded my pockets witt
    eee 7 a oe ie , “yr with) man a steak-rare type.
    en Oe re a aL ee eee for a meal
    a certain restaurant on the East} after the honeymoon, I naturally
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    of an assortment breads “The waiter made some ter-
    rible kind of mistake,’ said her

    me, ol



    and four pieces of pig-iron cutlery
    wrapped in a napkin. husband, ‘Il was thinking about a
    | salad same like you.’
    HEN, without waiting ior me| “‘My mind musta been some
    to order, he disappeared into j Place elsewhere,’ I excused myself

    to the couple. So I took back the
    steak while the husband’s eyes
    followed like a hungry dog, and

    *s later he}
    steaming |

    the kitchen. Ten minu
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    EMPIRE detezured Ct srmere latter of sauerbraten in front of -
    5—3 yesterday afternoon when x e ~ B fi: l oO ( I] . | t ae : ” er ae brought him on a ee fe
    they played a third division foot- I orm Cricket Board i Oo is 1 I was about to dig in when it ee ows unsnaet,
    ball matel Cor ere ; cecurred to me that 1 hadnt’, 3 , Sees) 38 rai ;
    Empire Ce 9 FLUORESCENT lighting has re- ordered—or had I? IS story finishea, the waiter : ;
    Gunn the whistle ; Rene Tn arts 2 t saniena | aed ae ae ; ¢ e ; scooped up his tip and Rinso makes coloured clothes brighter—white
    we kee and thie Ces , EFFORTS are being made in Trinidad to form a ( ricket y sf P.C_ Grounds at Beckies ¢ Could ’ be teat, obsessed by my | switched off the neon sign in the things whiter — with its richer lather! That’s
    sat Sate i . erowd Board of Control along the lines of Barbados, British Guiana r the purpose of Pata Sodean™ as Coo. oe at window. “Is time now I should because the action of Rinso is so thorough and
    quickly equalised it eal and Jamaica as Trinidad is the only one of the four colonies t night Tomorrow night the table? Had 4 odled ace ane on} have a little bite something my gentle — it floats out dirt easily and in record |
    f the secon f. Empire rhich has no Board of Ce ] Basketball Matches will be 4 neo a4 the word on self,” he said. time. And when you wash dishes in Rinso,
    part of the cond half. Empir which has no board 0 yntrol. 1 Wil the cloth : : s face and tried to : “
    went on to score two more goal Dr. A. G. Francis, President sacrifice ball control for speed When the waite ca I studied his face an . >| they really sparkle ! Make Rinso your choice 4
    : Dr. s k i : When the waiter brought the| ggure out by the droop of his| : ‘
    in the last half to win cf the Bonanza Cricket Cups The shooting was neither accu- ee Carlton will me coffee, I said “How did you know} naar what he was going to eat — for easier, quicker and better results! cel
    odge Police were defeated Committee whic on cris Peas chara th College Old Boys ar- ' hdl ga Kt 2 yer
    At Lodge Police iefe ated Com nittee which has _been rate not often enough by bot nis 8 3 ¥ WPe what I wanted | but his face wasn’t talking — at| mu
    Sn.8.. in a’ fa ame e respons ble for the local cricket teams ana the Spartan ird ; H Bip aoa aoe “I've been working here twenty-/ least to me i
    schoo] boys competition in Trinidad for the were very weak in finishing He : Harrison College ve years.” Pe ee Stet wad . So: te
    5 or more told the was however inepeubesd the Because of » new floodlight- " ¥ 5 , “Oo “What re you going to Reyes |
    7 7 , ’ yesterday that the Spartan right full back re i i‘ g J Y man But how could you tet I finally asked. * Jas
    7 yesterday that re Spartz ig yack, Gibbons “Ry at y ” WE dian? rg > Wwe r.
    PANT ON LEA DS Associations which ran the first who played a very good game , Oo Oe ce ie pee i t fg phermeger oe w aite Sa aye es me ae the
    A T GOL BF lass cricket at the moment were Asked what he thought about uid Paes errs; ee mene Billy Rose in the ‘Evening -
    x Z 3onanza and Merchants in the the standard of football during ’ ws a i Sinacretee 7 ” every a | a
    1orth and Rahamut and St his last visit and now, Dr ‘tes eae 7 j wey sats hi ee | ba ene en L.E.S. |
    RICKMANSWORTH, Hertford- Patrick in the south, whereas the Francis said that though he “a anes April 22 30 LS S.; Gont- want CORIRED Se) HSE ery ol th
    hire, April 19 Queen’s Park Committee ran the had only seen two local tear f For = nd 8.30 M.H.S. vs your check.’ : - |
    J. Panton, of Glenbervie, with tercolonial and international) play, he was of the oy ' a The incident bothered me all to
    a round of 67, led the field of 137 cricket in addition to playing ir thet it was: slightly ‘ W ednes y Apt >¢ \Carl- to give the telepathic waiter| ja
    at the end of the first round of the the Bonanza serie he had said previous! Sia he oe YU H.C. another try }
    “Silver King” £1,350 professional — Senior Physician of the Col- wa: the: taokt (of, hall ton ae 8.8. . | '
    72 hole troke pla olf tourna- onial Hospital, Port-of-Spain, Dr and that was probably due ae ae ef Raia Soe staged As per usual, I had a yen for |
    ment on the Moor Park course Francis is one of the three Trini- 1e fast ground and M ti. oe rir sauerbraten but to confuse him
    here today iad delegates attending the Civil breeze ‘a a 5 aac ie lage ler I concentrated on roast duck | du
    Two sti rice ehind came A. Service Conference. He arrived While on thi ibjex nic p ve ‘dL 4 ot ee Z . This time, however, instead cf hi \ ‘4
    Pickworth, Australian open B.W.1.A. last week and is that in Trinidad, the T.A.F.A H.cC.O.B om se hot-footing it to the kitchen, te
    pion W. J. Cox of Fi avying at The Risk”, Sv. James had selected from amo he Fride Nas > 30 Fortres tray-tooter gave me the slow 7
    K. Boustic of Coombe He said that the idea of having selves a player to go to E in Pol a 'p a ic “*= up-and-down, an
    All the | ere tl Cricket Board of Control to pursue a three mont course Y WeoP Ce es “Make up please the decision,”! rs
    the we cou toda had been in existence for a long jn training and coachir t Wed y May 7 3 he said. Roast duck no or sauer- wi
    rs on tl Liffic time. but the first meeting for meeting of tl c MP vs. Mos. a braten yes?” ’
    r { e1 Let Sunning- the purpose only took place n would be held short! ece 30 Y P.¢ vs H.C.O.B “Sauerbraten, yes,” I said
    aad De oe : 0, R.A. De nber last year recommendatior of Select Div. I meekly
    Knigk : cme € ( 13 ind He said that they had a imittee ippointe t the Friday, May 19: 7.30 H.C. .vs ‘Let me in on the secret,” I |
    5.5 eld of D i Dow meeting last week when they purpose 1.C.0_B. (1) and 8.30 Pick- said when the meal was over. . in Striped Serge i
    f Ses ‘ ! 3 Fe } Z eons a mies of gy Chess ck vs. Carlton " “How do you do it?” Keep your lavatory spotlessly clean. It's Pin Striped Serge: - - -
    7 > - t sacn Association whose primary ob- With regard to Che ry May 26: 7.30 Y.M.P.£ “Hard to put a finger on it pre- mple, Shake some ‘ Harpic’ into the bowl, | Towy
    4 1 ject would be to exercise a they were playir Carlton and 8.30 H.C.O.B. cise,” he said. “Mainly, it’s a lot eave overnight, then flush. ‘Harpic” will Navy & Brown,
    d ver & erseas player sort of over-all control of the championship te Y.M.CA of little small things. nd deodorise the whole ver | . .
    gave a full international flavour players and the competitions Se etait a vould ty June 9: 8.00 H : 4 ¢ ia eer oe = . } Elegant, for the occasion
    to th a nt h es a to ensure smooth running of go to British Guiana lat \ »-( When you're in the business are |
    prize of £300, and marks the the different organisations aes “Smal peme | n long enough, comes a time you
    F t anisi year for the Intercolonial ( seniatsleacinesiaipeiieatiis . >
    opening of the British competitive The membership of the Asso andiis eae - know! waat it means when a cus- H A R P j Cc | Parson Grey
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    "• %  '""-" ItAKBADOS ADVOCATE sugar Market Dominated BY Cuba ,f* ^ LONDON _. Cuban Sufai aa^Sflijoj and 5.W0.O0O tons. n* .i£Z i a te' bull. 2fSff'v,e l d S currently being m respon\ peeled to dev harvested t] sugar output he 1949 figure of 5.146, STr-e*. : i might 2*7"; ( s caused disas felt ;hat, if need could coi r • %  Ci ". l . position. Prod •jrJUi re Btl %  Cuba wou'd leet crop prosrope and Hie I Tfce %  see C,' 1 AS i mprovement in European _££ would mean a dollar sav2L At trw JgL. in the United States equal K( quota would rou I KiKrrased outl< Juion In deficit would give Should the U.S. yield fail serigg*r however. Cuba would stand %  a benefit Similarly in the case of 7European failure. But Czarnitt* warn that the position would on be so favourable lo Cuba in tab instance became "it it leas aely ihat the position would be ^glanced by an Increase in purdun of "Dollar" sugar than by HKtenlng of belts, failing .ideau\f supplies of so-called soft CTtncv sugar." time reckons u ought the House." Mexican Oil Economy Reviewed fWn Our London Corn LONDON, %  %  %  bcuon cruel expoi k7 ai this would make it easier kr Mex.u to balani %  its payMDU With wect Board Landon enti Cemmercul Con HBICO." pnwmiooi took pi. i last yes*. iei-ti.. iba the head ol •'• Bsel-h. But no ignani %  Khed. I m the I %  aUMini -Ution. PMrolooa Mexicanos, .is.si w it to ue lb i as increased its : loan rtaources, it has had [ I Bf |n *' % %  %  IBsunip'.. | %  point .. %  orb ui, %  jortable n ntion has Lpald to exploration. Tho he Texas starteU *" ] • fch. .i %  also required to bring new Had companli ta would laBBBBBB P* d In Mexico as an c5[ %  napes of oat torn ^^ %  llaii iu Mexic-n ">* contracts with American raits: tnr Cities Sen, gay. Edwin Pauley, the "Can Independent oil Comt and Signal Oil Company, will be out in two an i and one area State n ( Vl border. RED FOR A DAY MOSINEE A "Communist" Kovermnen 1 will take over Mosmee May 1. BOilO its newspapers, churches and police offices, and open concentration camp for enenm ot the state" among its 3.200 readouts. The "Reds" will hsve the lull support of the Wlscon Mill town—because the Commanists invasion is a "Rcd-for-a|ect planned by the local i Legion Post to make clear what life is like under I dictator. National guardsmen will pity 4 the Communl and set up inspection posts on all toads leading into the community. main nitiance permits und *eOII t Of gas slatici. fuel only to those who hold •state' iermits. :.proved'* group of officials will run tha pan, editors, %  .,<%  leaders will be moved In tton camp behind barbed wire. tilt to the "state" will be e x posed by inMill workers will have a new pay scale — $4 for a 12-hour day, with no bargaining rights. Busi. % %  i '%  : A dtatfa w Minister Probes Slavery Charges "Men Are Chained By The Neck' .99 MR P A. McBRIDE, Australian Minister of the Interior, is to tly to the Northern Terrttorj to im charges of slavery among the aborigines, ihe inhabitants. Cattle owners and doctors m the sparsely populated territory ere demanding that a royal commission be set up to sift the allegations. These are that aborigines are chained and herded into camps Without trial; are refused freedom of movement*, that money they earn is taken from them by the Department for Native Affairs; and that "barbarous treatment by the Queensland authorities" has reduced the original 200 tribes to 40 Rough-riding cattle-man Wason Byers, whose property of S.6O0 square miles is as big as Yorkshire; %  shire together, charges that aborigines are worked in conditions of slavery. London Painters Take Over Ship LONDON. April 18 stopped pr.nting their ship the PrtMknU Ptroa in I^mdon docks today and %  had been made to their Captain iy the Painter* Union. Mr. A. s *aid: "As from tORtonovi and on TII future OCOaeioag when the docks all painting on the veaaej will be done by ontracton nt the docks who emplov only union members —Reuler Spendthrifl \\ if will IKtold to stay home until I A j the Department for Nal OOfe burning is planned It is supposed to be 'il-s Piracy' Hundreds of them, he says, are employed for their food, tobacco, and £1 a week. Their clothing is marked off against the fl is compulsui. trust." The town's yotu layi Byers, "but dozens of learn red techniques, too. A rathe Conununitt youth / Boy Scout Troops. Uants Cats LONDON i-old bus conductoi :i an of the Croydon CLondoi looking for "celebrit> i km cat iain from prr-uai fl i natives who have never claimed I ( ;: • %  11 l < "None of the a dom of movement. I flew one of iiien, named Quandonn. to the town of Kalherinc for hospital treatment. When he was cured, the police refused to allow him to return to his wife, his home and his job. Ami. according to law, any white man who gives an aborigine a li/t In this territory is liable to three months' jail unless the man has a permit." Or. L. Thompson, who has just ore than 2,oo> entries, %  britj uled to ''sun" in the show. cat which was buried for a week under a ton of coal at Croynon thai another, %  champion which and wandered about foi will also be on Other features of the show will household pets and the heaviest cats. xinbition's Ob %  inouse int) lish pedi%  British cat breads to the United States. %  came interested in cat breeding in 1936 %  hen the coupe were given tw-J %  t a wedding gift. hamase cms r have won some 200 ,11 over Britain in ihe last four reai i vv ttory says: "I have been rBsfusted to see oatlvi td interned in ramps without trial." The Australian Actors Equity %  up the case of lgine film actor. Henry Murdock. who has a prominent pel film "Bitter Springs." Although the salary minimum for white players was £14 10s. a week, it is alleged that the Department for Native Affairs would allow Murdock to be paid only B I and the department kept back £4 of this,— (LE.S.) 9/ DIED WAITING LONDON. It's a lengthy process getting free spectacles under the British Health Service plan^ According to the Essex County National Hen'th Service Txcculive Council. 91 Essex people died be.ney had ordered I.Vv l.k. Bndgri Gets Calm Aaception LONIH The Ui. %  %  %  msrked 1< %  %  %  .. %  of losses I %  a voluntsu %  %  %  %  brought %  pathy wit! % % %  Ill TOK' e housi vife wanted >n husband U ailed his "spendthrift A Japar what she sir periodic • of their htuse in n huff. Mrs. Matnimi MsUubastn |X >i'..l a handful of sewing needles sj i a nail and %  She felt no lll-efleeti until more than -i month lab ; laming of abdominal palm %  r tract. husband • omplains required an cxl N | LEAR\ TO LOVE 21? and 42^ %  at Bnxton, auurb. ban 1,000 students, aged % %  Evening Institute, where classe, work to balk: drama are held. The notty subject of love, c.i wrvcr. was not .deluded in the crhool's curriculum until recently when the assistant, principal, Mrs. P. Shuttleworth. suddenly cam? across s group of whispering orridor and Bated ihem what they were talking about We want classes in love h %  ion ela luttleworth, and roil will learn all von wan: about love.'' Now the ending the class Ttian they talk about I lems and wider *etting doe i.' MI mi!. Love re learning about love ting where Uwit tl ewor th kasj quite openly .urn call > spade a spade %  aonessata, 1 Kent K when we talket. have got used b Jng it openly and accept it quite naturally.'' Mrs. Shuttleworth said that Mouraged to tell the class their problems has come baik alter serving Uv< girl friend has fallen in lovi "We dis, irobleaa in %  and though the girl refuses to go Lm he now seas stion in a more reasonable lighting it out with other yousuprton who have %  don County Council Kr, | l nts under IB. and 42 centsal i others -INS. Justyeu fay BOVRIL means rich meaty flavour Try Bo,: : aAm too. Foil, i <*mm*t BOVRIL puts nv.?.T Into you How to Banish RHEUM ATKWUH KhrunMlum ll OUMJ UfH • iJ in I'.r lj~d TW .1—1,1 h. nmmti h il 1*-.. hn, kkhaj, I.J. null cnuk Udf. m Hw IMM. U4 Ul.rw. IIMINI m i n i IrijIilU puu, ScHolAr IMU \>J •Mtan M ItBMiM clinK. pr*TC (hal within I U> ikac l,k_,. IWd kidn., nib .i. I^pa. IW, Uan ta dnun .-., r.c.u . %  %  MM! MUOT. Inwi Ih. UN* (win % %  UMKklf .. Mm. Pn '.IMU1| iijtuU p, V 14—1 iid f... .ml faii^nl % %  ' %  Uj '••" %  I"" *"&* N* •] hank* MHI IMI IWI %  % % %  ,. taut en Ih. t-naa I tan.'. Inn II*. .1 ,M itrui im ta-nv. Ih. hnj bin. n ,U|. .nh th. ,U hunk. — ~ ; Tha IOCA1 r-M-y for S cousHi conn asoMcmni C (AtAMH CmSKXAL-t'MU ( CHUITCOLDt HK.HICOUCM ( CHIIMIA l COti6l*V SU6HING? Its time you took someVENOS/ Mn>' *H-01 Li|MMf (OOCH Mixruai 11 • tiui lUMitait iKhliLvi in (lM Ibruai. xioitw -• vir Mil iij boaonisM, i*Urv> ibo-r nugtian iv veaei IA*HII iiiut-. ll IKIMK.IT VOWL-J %  !!<'Id. .ui. m fci-ii InM I--* tUa4 opuu lm ova SO y-nvr*. url ITM.1 %  kstea M -i,, ...! nor coutmm. / / 6 HT N I M G COUGH MIXTURE Two To Die For Espionage PRAGUE. Am.l 18 The State Coun In Prague today sentenced two people to ic.th for espionage, press reportsaid tonight. A third person Ifl sentenced to hard labour for HLfe A fourth defendant a member of i the Czechoslovak Secui. and a woman was each sentenced to 25 years hard labour. Three others, members of the Czechoslovak police were among other defendants, who were gtt tences ranging from ten to M years hard labour. —Reuler ^ COUGHING ^ COLDS Ju.1 mdl a jpoonld ot VapoRub in a bol ol boiling -aUT. Thai iHvhnvU tht aootliing. medicinal "VapoRub Steam.' Looaena rMesn. aosthea imulion. I bruthlng. r ,,„^ii j.i I. polhe. iiiiutkn. eaaea 1 VVAPoRua yoitt It I IH UEIOMES A I* HI Mi IN A NEW VAUXHALL WCai OR WrVER* MAKES A MM ri D %  hasina.liFfv %  aVosB world ore. varieties to elm Custard t'ream rneltingh iteHokrus Bhs oven-trvah,noaled in tins Mvi J lb. e'reshpuks. HUNTLEY& PALMERS BISCUITS nfllNT, |. •. Lft.li 4 CO IID.. ..O. BOX ;,,. lliDCI'OWN Nalnnnna a ii ,nn | i ^.., ^*. ENHANCING K%. YOUR BEAUTY | : IS YOUR FIRST DUTY -^g Be sum to visit the beauty oonnUl ol Collins. Broad Street famoue:— BEAUTY PREPAKATI0NS. %  /.w///w.v.v.v... -. ........... CLEMIvM'S INDIAN TONIC IUM i %  ram ndi — ARRID DEODORANT Obtainable al: A JAR Mem Bunker's


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    Til ii r s il a J April 2 0 |.. Barbate Mmcatc !• Hi-.-: LABOUR BUDGET SHIRKS FUTURE 90 SHIPS HELD LP B) 10\DO\ DOCK STRIKE IOMOO Workers Out kpril 19, %  rom '( Canadian seamen w. s n u n id, I r0 u<,hoiil .1 e main dm k area. |i)\i'd Hor^i' ioni' Than His \\ iff M I I | II lOVC %  I human %  %  —R ruler. %  : %  1 1 —Rmlrr TORIES TAUNT GOVT. \ CROWD gal on it OQ | Wl %  nutria. • Ifill WII()IMMN(;! 6 0 YR. OLD FISHERMAN LIES' tcheson Says Sllhan ,,| o||n| ToOverll.nm Gove"nimeiil Join /TO tv\ Aem %  M .'inmotc ion mill .to aunse Ann through ild protrade probleir IN INDONESIA ipokeamai %  Hi I nmzt %  %  w today %  %  %  off from Wiesbaden. "tCd as ; I hau ed the 1 %  •im_ b •nd fc0 wirt I i:< i |hl %  i. %  % % %  ... Hill • "|L J'! : %  —Reuter. 19 1 %  %  . International Coi Nation* S til %  I %  •• United \ .a hte Kruler. %  I killed. %  %  present were to bi am %  1 %  i %  % % %  K.til.i Calk His Chile lluckwaril Kifli %  1 SIR G£0G£ S££t "£ THIS MONTH Fr.. | f.s. lorn my duns In Court %  %  %  %  %  i %  e %  %  I u %  %  . %  %  ... tied from i %  dlitr bullni %  %  %  %  Beutai i y %  %  %  %  %  %  \ %  %  .%  \ %  : %  DIES AT SEA Al It nil 1,1." wsterdav evening the lishinu huat 131 v.iili'il uiio I lie CwWAaagC With ihe lifeless badly <( Sydnei Hill huddled in the Mem. Hill. :i man in the late sixties, died suddeiil> while out ni RUiing; VOyaaja, lie was I resident of WYIchev Christ Church, ind was skipper-owner of the V'cppo. %  Ing Beat and onlj i ai ;r ol two—If %  'ing Morns itui. .i relative ol Sydney, who 11 Lchea :*al l/toPIM which nvai In the hi* asslstai i aa of the %  lfred Smith and Claudius Harewood of Bath VII %  <>i Church i same parish. Uoulbourne Layne ioarded ihe .Yoppo ;ti, in Iflll in sailing it to ihe Careenage Both the Ffappo an ti us al CHattD* but kioate incident (hey %  •ad %  the Lower '• Sin.illy after (I 30 pin the Wife, the dead ed at the Wharf When the body to the Public Mortuary hi* rrlntivr* hrokal down and began to cry. Other fishermen HI the Wharf aealfted in lifting *IRbody on I" the wi A post mortem %  • be held today. Free Labour Movement 1 Strengthened S4VS HARRIMAN NN Avarill H U MII,: Al %  •fin to i curtain t n ControL" 'When and h ea—doi U) Ruaata i 41 Now Vorli %  nual J.. I head, all %  pix-ted to %  |120 10 for next %  id Elce%  could be no doubt that thi %  u to rule the woi Within I Russia the Kremjjn is .,!: the MOpI the Kremlin %  an made "i> i him i unnini the NewYork Governorsl"i Administrator. SPORTS WINDOW %  fll-rt Plr.1 Diviucfi Ytt %  %  . %  Kn*ininii %  il**.-. -> far. nn lout all S'l-fVUM John Goddard AnxiousToGet On The Field Uk)rKnlo. Advubtlo ('nrmqmiiiirnl EAS'I I Ml 19 Eastbourne arianned %  tor the West Indian Cnckete except BUB While aeaabiti of the team are %  taring henthey have b i i i-> three ol the bljwt %  %  Conatltuuonal Cluba, u Royal n liuidc bonks inI to frae %  they want in But tod i their Hi i i. KnftanJ %  skipper John ( odd. ... is determined betrayal rmin or ahtl his men to %  • at the nati While he, l %  %  the taan %  LONDON RIC3ARD A. taunted Labou'. Rovernr.' , .ii Objec' %  lie Comniunists to uae tai I \ I I boomerang,' 1 'in travelling through Europe. • i .\ho arc leading il,. confident %  "Thrrr is thr uill \, \s„rW. Ihr uili to tifc-M and the in i.. arta rhrir drcision to i,n with u in thr North Ml antic I rr.u setUni t-nlr tore%rr rrltance un j|prasciilrul or U'ul'allU to maintain peace. "This .stemmed from thru i chef—as we the %  i %  %  — !: %  ui. i murk Sea Regulations .... kh n Ant tl a fi ol tho error." n ketera should be povlo vet cricket tit u %  %  %  %  %  Krulri Fond of His \\ lie: issanlted HIT K1NOS %  Mil 1B % %  Ing as a %  limit nc .unan of the ( %  %  —Beater, %  %  %  % %  town ye*%  %  %  Hayoi and aavi i Ignatarii %  Ulan Rae, Roi Ramadhln %  %  %  minute to They came along ihorU) after—B> <:*We. Bye-Eleetion On May 4 LONDON. April 19 In the House of Commons on '.: till the la Scotland' %  %  let. The seat was held for ihe I.ibour Party F A Cabb who died lasi nontfa Ho had a majority of 2.132 over William E. Woolley who ran as a National Liberal with Con%  -ontaat the seat again. M opponent will he l. J. tdwardii Parluunanti Ihe Hoard of T %  %  %  Blackburn I %  'he Hnuso cf Commons ts now fiur -Can. Preaa. PARIS. Apul |f. Republican Kuar.is ond police wen ..i the alerl in the AUanth Braat, atorm cat : %  labour anraal rtv re railway % %  rker kiiieo %  buried to-day. ranch Commi i %  •'.' called for with the iaaalnal vlgilan. Corananlai ti en appi i '. work. Al %  %  factory m the Rod Belt" 4 and 50 police can were p i .iicgic poaltiona with and tear gas it Police and demi. clashed several times at thi missed last Saturday after rtotl [ —Reuter. U06( I W \|iil I!' %  Krd Hi It, in the Mi., Boapborui had a ith the interests of Red fleet %  %  %  \n Porcea All thi inremitiing%  %  igtauter. Suspeet Yellow Fevr In Mi tun Usual Pattern ROME. April. Il %  cast the imminent diaai all religou irakli The Par%  %  lovakia made n cleat thai total and th" Catholl u intended. The usual pith • riais foi %  and sentences then an irehes and %  In Caaal %  completing the l.'W wo • -Renter MILAN, April 19 night investigating the -uspeeted outbreak and a thi) %  %  • making %  —Rrulrr %  %  .. %  First Lovi %  a] bevek %  Ututton t conrtltutlon a hl< I life of the talon; port "' ,%  %  %  %  ling" to con%  %  %  y odinstead, the taa UaWUfej i "un i .'i baag roeha > <\ i %  %  ihe %  > eat paid ararfcei i who • ni ii.ii eai a aaagfe la it %  %  %  %  nn Wl .litl lo build UP i lout; Ji hi re the arr a aad tuurt-. ha aaM %  %  KniU-r Governor Opens Legislature Tuesdaj %  %  %  %  %  %  i lied until I %  %  : RAILWAYMAN BURIED ll ID. Mying %  i %  %  %  Heater. Thv BICO by which you n.uy ask % %  new wholesome and delicious Czechs Demand Closing Of U.S. Information Service PRAOUB, April 19. demanded Ihe cloaJng ,f tlM atislava Usdl epoi led. Fha Ccachoalo. .. .e a sequel I United sutr. nsJaBsaauhai cspsssassj* at*-' *." 15 and II :abour City Rook* As Ship Explodm ISTANBUL \pt.l m. This Clt l| losion in % %  ... J.lll tonsj. %  %  hurl bu'. Baulo r Germany Should Have A National Anthem %  I %  %  elarasl. aa an* • -Ml:g of th "* ICE CREAM You will no; ir.it lo nolico Ihe SMOOTH andRKHQUAUTYoltlu*

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