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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY MA Y | ll5| African Sgt.-Majors Learn To Bellow Squ-a-a-d AND THEY LOVI: IT eSTaMMAU. PICI *. Aloe* pt..i lie. Pore*, Mm 3JOO n to learn ho* drill u don.in the ( -i i' -.' |..n ,t • %  ui 45 nonuies each %  MII fly home again. in*; MB V. I [WO ol c I t.MJ wi^ Ineii flrai visit to £nBlood—even thedrills Bui thej %  Tin;, arc keeping uii thick length paitt laid Captain r D who LrouKht them i "And so U „t n legit i etgni blantu'ts to • Un in %  lint |t 'llinmslws R.S.M tfunal Paba, K S.K I'maru Numan. and C 8 M Uu Doui) all hold the M M Tho atbei l'moru Maidugurl s-. i,iu Kangara. 1 t'andc Mama Most, W;n.g;ini an: .M and Murk Baah. At the QtiaroV Nmtii.i and Uu i onfci Ha to al NJ 0 to re. %  '. —I..E B Empire Drubs College 11—0 In Second Division Game outplayed liege it. then Division Bime .,; Quern Part i-mng When Harris bun* ofl (he Vi am bag] he Km%  king thr Colleiga go it .11 Wood who scored four on. I Morris. BaMj and Ctaigg M %  MaiMtevllle i!if %  ecou >.' nn hiv • •.' the socomi goal a''r-as on the right wing %  while the to i I ivg I g OB vg up %  begh j %  ii>u> DM the am n a pan)kkfe Hy this time the illed to mark %  ITiltaiia < allaga: rant, Kefd I Eairilr S: .U.liii I Ctarfc< Byi Uorrl Uabb. W< %  Ran Splendidly But Did Not Win %  %  rum \ < riion Mot-|{iiii LONDON. April 30. .i short head in the Two IUIIM ai the first Briti tha American colt man ran splendidly and i bare lived up to ThiN American„ %  Prince Wwllo showed n>nt the Tricolour He never -. In *[.in dowr. bg U> I '>( margins In a photo iiniih iriH wa< promptly made a short priced fdvounufor Th>Derby This great race, run over one and a half miles at Epsom, take* planon Saturday, Mav 2: So fa Primr Simon, owned b> Ihr wcllknnwii American sport-man Mr William Woodward hat challenger in the belUnt! market, for hi* conqueror in •Vnea Q tin at Newmarket, the ftaja Khan's grey colt li not going event i %  .• only just hung on to •raight Newmarket An•ii'i.s )t i(! the AmerlMlld have won. It was r tl could hardli be <-x prated to rtay the Derbv. 1 '. M..Kn pair I'arkal and Gara. It was bad luck for Prance tha) then chant Guineas hope Cardanil from the Boussach stable injured hlmaall a few duv beto c the rare and could not run Emperor, the ng, wa* left to reprcHe never rered from a slow start finishing eighth of the 19 starters. Would Have Placed It might be safely assumed on UlHI running and the Guineas picture at Newmarket that had Card... .1 nem able to run he would at trail have got a place. M BouaMch may still have got a line on Ui chances of beating Prince %  unon in the Derby, but he would nave had a better chance had lai i t*"en able to take part in the Guineas. Of the three French challenger' only [.'Admiral has done anything of rtotg UU %  I I'.nkiil a br ot hnt to Ardan. now in the i'ntted States, has onl> run once when finishing second early In th^ month at Longthump in a mile and a quarter event But M. Bouasach has plenty of i>eeii Winter favno '*" W< n which to try this the Derby lWorc Tl M Bll tl he eOUld tmh nolali third, well beaten, is at*o %  %  Thuf with the t ••its iii.it anhthed li the Tiilnm unlla* Iv to oppose luni in the Derb>. it l| onl% nntuial thai I | moo should be a litaivul favourlb with leu to othai candldjata •l:irk' P contendet and the way he hai len backed sliows that lip is ,i reallv good one Gerapsar Is a ton of that great i %  i.spion Pharis which m Itself puts inn: m the race with a wonlerfU] chance Prince Simon would have won the Guhieas but f.>r being badlv drawn at the starting gate, acoffered any cording to his jockey Marry Carr, His nearest wbo also rides for the Royal Market rival is Castle Hock, chestStable. Ol the IB to face the starter %  kelella, who ha vet been ui thti %  aaian Rock is i naogtnl aitd by vir•acl that none can tell tv i-ompai with Prince the American colt drew the Rl teenth plare which meant thtit hi a*ai on tha fui side of the rich with the stirrer gradient oi which to pace -Mfulrr. Can France Find A Team? For World Cup Games PARIS. May 2. For some time the French Press has been clamouring for France to be "invited" to play in the World Soccer Cup games at Rio Now that it in ofncin 1 U will take part, the critics are wondering how the French Football Federation is going to find %  MIIIahle learn to send over. With the French Cup final on May 14, and another three games still to be played in the tli.implonfMng, many' of the leartmi ire suffering from .ninoi mjurifi or showing the sti. n 0 a strenuous season The pi. teni %  i• fi-i ee nan proo.ihlv )>e found, but the attack will cri %  ir .i problem, as there I scarcity of •uiaipsbooici and aponrv fot —Renter No Knowledge Of $125 Million U.S. Loan WASHINGTON. May 2 The United States Government was icportcd to-day to be ready to offti Ai .-< :i!ina a comineicial ereuit ..f l. t s125,000.000. One report suid that President Truman was understood to have authorised 11. but officials at the White House *aid last mght they had no knowledge of the situation. The money would no towards helping the Argentine to refuiiv lej debts to American ex1 total of a DO U t s 108.001) .000. —Neuter Surgeon Must Quit Job • Fraaa ae 5 i otkc terminating your services at the expiration of a reasonable period, namely, on the 1st April, nnd was not. nor could it be reasonably eonstmed as l>eing. a notice of dismissal. In the circumstances, therefore. It would he Tieitheiappropriate nor relevant to hold an enquiry and, accordingly. His Excellency Is unable to accede to your request that he should adopt that course. I am. Sir. Your Obedient Servant, wife's treatment while %  he *M in Hospital, .-tid. in parI to ihe pvr formance of her duties by tha • tendance on her. I U:ni icason to believe that Di ffalllnan'i duti"s wen particui.u l. directed to in\t -tigattngsuch pMrVaOCf l and I am at I loss iO mdantand his rerusai to investlgata. I rung to ask that the matter be Intated is urgent I am. Voun faithfully, >;FOKGF. C I'lLGRIM Uommencjnji 12th May and continuing until 20th May. The Tranquility Team of Tennis players will be paying Savannah et aT. Clubs a visit this year from 12th to 20th May. The price of Admission will be lieach afternoon. Steason Tickets $3.00 each, these can be obtained at the Savannah Club from the Honorary Secretary and from members of the Committee. Play will start at 4.15 p.m. for Men's Doubles and 4.30 p.m. for all other matches each afternoon. J. W. McKINSTRY. Honorary Secretary. Inier-C'lub Tennis Committee. DAK The famous men s trousers which have a thousand uses. Morning afternoon or night—its DAKS. Tailored by Simpson's of of London Pair CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD 10. II. 12 fk 13 BROAD STREET Wintered Well %  i the ban British |uhe Houghtoa stud over eai The), inIt.B.I. Kadiu Prograiamr wrNav. MAT ; rtu Nr : IM i | MCC BEATS YORKSHIRE f?Y 9 wKrs %  At i HutU %  Mn -. %  100 W i i undl v 21 At Can i i i Shi pi i %  At OmJei th< eeondl) 10* foj 1 tf;0 '"i I Itf! aaii %  natch %  i 18 -(Keuler.) i< utl M Tin Uiiifi Ana Khan's T*bliv. || JB . bn Hl.ai l --, LHu„ I i-i, potential ''' •;,'" l T < ": r *' %  '':"'"" ibUI "as not PnMramnw I'^iad.an _... Wui> .,, ami will nnl contest the *-,.,„ ip IN im mic *.i.h oi.h f ,i,. — %  Down 1) N.-.U rivr NrHesn DUN I l| || I,..,!:.. U\i pi II iweaa T*I iwl r Hw** : H..II Dtrb) < >u the • i to have winter* well and to hi I ui his U-ainlni ; i %  . ; pportunll) i he • an do the same on u weak Tl i aval oM mile, five rurlongi i Furl IM: rut the Derb) couraa which %  k ."i lhat the DOW %  da n ger will come frani %  i I i %  | ,i,el hoVO won the raoe twice m the last ill bui putted "ti • Ith Amoui Drako Madame ..I || coo, w though i kaktng n,> hancee With eiiiuol Marcel N.w R-d a JO p r •IIMI Nortnern Qtehw -. 19 |. i" N*wI t* Itrail I p in KMIIW Nt li m h.lw*K Talk S SB p II I ol St > ma*, t pn. I.I,J ami i., v 9 M |. m Mnoo In Mimaiiiif : Th* Nf*> 10 10 p m. rron. the IV la III* p.m. TallP It INn hw 10 I BBUMKB ttl Xutbpv II p m T' Sugar, Molasst's For Canada Thl, ..nd a lam.' quantity % %  ( molasseo i re bating Loaded an U i Alcoa Ptirnan foe porti of Canada. The I'm it.in irm ed yi fiom Brltlah Qulana and shottiv afti r to I For Montreal, it will take 1.400 tuna of ugej 1^01 barn IOUJ halt-b.oiel;. ,,| molu rtH %  %  ii. %  , r il| ii-sve for St. John wick, alonj with 3iM) barrob "i and 20O Kirrels of vacuum >an tnotae a ei Pot 6erel. Uu loading 3nti pun< harreli of moln The Puritan brought no cargo for (hiK iw-rt It i iiovnd the end ,,| tl,, The Hon. The C.l Secretary. Col. Secretary's Office. Bai badoa, |fl .,n SIR.—I am directed to Inrorn lalUnan ID* pointed "\ the (lovcmor to enthe adminlstr.ition and %  on of the Qenoral Hoapltal not appointed to enquire Into imbvuiuai grtevan ,., nplalnti i %  •'i.Miai Beeretary C PILORIM Flour Gfjnwfl Todav By 'Sun Jewel 1 I'lantarioii* I .id Mduy will be ihe Sagucna' I'.inunals Lut, Irelffhtot s.s Sun Jewel. It Li Li miiins; for Barb'..ios II shipment of 1.900 bags ot Hour from Halifax. Nova Scotia. • lour hi ennMei isH Jason .'one.* c*. Co.. Ltd. Quite a lew culls have been made this year by ship* oi ,lii.s line with llour from Canadi. CARRIBBEAN WORKERSUNION LECTURE BY Labour Commissioner Mr E S BURROWES — at — 8.00 p.m. — on — Tburaday, Ma>h. 1950 — at — Synacogue Building. Synagogua Lane. Subject "TRADE UNIONS AND THEIR PROPER FUNCTIONS" \ll Member, are iniited BROADWAY SELKI TI05 NYLON STOCKINGS $1.80 a*r pair all shaon PLASTIC : %  '<" wMe in White Bloc, Lemon A Pink GOe. pnfj BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multi rolour 38c. each VF.LVrT RIBBON In Red. Black. N-ivy and Ureee READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT Tfffl UHOIIIWAY IIHISN SHOP. Barbadon Friendly Football Association i at. t %  i %  %  tertwn ai %  3RD DIVISION GAMES i ft ited V \1 PX 2—0 :n i Third D vlaton Bxture at One goal I d ui each i-nlf of the avace and Y.U.C A. played to i ono-all draw at ComV MCA nelt.-o %  ., | and in the first hat C bxi mere etiuahse.1 0111111* the The Weather IH>\1 sun 1:...5 43 a.m. sun gegai an p. m Moam (ijst Quarter) May 8 lilhllni: 7.M p.m. %  Ilsh Water: 1 ' a.m.. 508 p.m. YESTVKDAY hunl.lt t 111 .riii,:i..,il Nil I'emperature uMas.) 86.e* 1 l>niperaturr (Mln.l 74.S* P \\ind nor, 1. r* 19 A.m.} h by N < pam., E Wind Velorlty 1? miles ggfl hour IUrmeter 9.Mt 2/oaffr /'aftti-orf G:'x Ol VERMIN SNEAKES? GETS A B!(3eANS0JT0P j IT WHEN A R*L | SETS IN A JAM \ AW0 HITS THE HEADLINES — ALLTOSET.: NOW BOVS % %  %  '-WlSOSECS SONfi"\ HA-WAI'.EScrA | CE1E6SJTV IN COR AMPST.BOy'lTHiG HA" TO 6O ON THE f\ BULLETIN BOARD!! 1 T SENT TVlE ^.. .~— By Jimm y Hadu BUT W U=.^ C /BUT./MRTEDITORT WHEN THE SHOE IS ON HIS OWN STUMBL'NS RDOT-.-GiVEA USTEN TO HIS TEARY REFRAiN • / SlR-THINKOFMy POSITlON-WU'VE I JUST QOT TO KILL \ THE STORY-THINK OPMV FAMILV-My REPUTATION—MY L. STANDlNe >N THE COMMUNITYIm ihmt a%a#acf ff>/-uruiii i a Suit T.ii!.., .-,< by us. On!y the Finest tfii.ihi. Suitings sturkril only thiBest Workmanship J |W t.inleej ^r-^,l'T IS FIT YOU "^— .VVUU1 r P. (. S. MAFM I 10. LID. "Top So.ii-.s in Tailorini;" Tadaits Skidoi Tin* SYMINGTON'S PEA FI.OUR „ LVLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP in 2's I .. PALETHORPES MEAT ROLLS n .. YORK CHILICON CARNE in Is „ CARROTS in Is, 2s J, 2Ws .. SPAGHETTI with MEAT Bot< PEANUT BUTTER—3-oz. i lO-o; .. TOMATO KETCHUP .. ANCHOVY ESSENCE MANGO CHUTNEY FRENCH MUSTARD Pks. WEETABIX in Vs k \% IMI. IS( IIAI0T •MM-. |'r ill. ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD. -?. ti~ -7ti CRITTAL! WINDOW! Wl. QUt Sl'PPLi nm STOCK % %  CRITTAL GALVANIZED STEEL WINDOWS ami mm DOORS • Outward openinc CASEMENT WINDOWS S feet or 0 feet high with Ventilators, all necessarv nv| tngs and Locks. 1*% \ • Ontward openhu FRENCH DOORS P^ ~ feet 9 inches high with Ventilators, all nectanoB 1-itiinEs and Locks. YOl'R ENQC1RIKS ARE INVITED. TIIOVE : 4387. WILKINSON k UAYNES CO., 111. JEFFREYS it I MHO STARS ho like iciracT-a BEER •yaui II \ L i anva •OMWt—H Jm %  an GLOBI mi UI.I —I %  \~l \K1\ ,||„ • .Mpsa. Finest Qu tity British WOOLLENS :DOESKINS :WORSTEDS :TWEEDS :SERGES :LINENS. DRILLS :WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TAILORED SUITS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Can Be Seen 41 C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE o %  o ST I te V GO s



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„ MBtf )AV. MAY geconinHMnlaUons For Hospital ^Accepted -.from Haiti Mian Kv/mrl row.lT.>ri*icd in EIsAKIIAIMis XDVOCATE • a, "ttee II, Ihe Hallinan Report m the General A m thj House ok A-stsemhlv :, sa.h.~i..iC^id to the House ol A_ssemblv a Schedule s. id** recommendations that hive t-ett accepted I. tronwt and U DM >"> %  • i na up,,,, ,.-,. i — been deferred. ._ % %  "•aeam M. The recommen"' """ insulin be provide,! ,.. i bunaimpl,%  •• made in the 1950-51 Baa—g£in yw raph 41 eil form II. il> faf^if for a more sun %  ^.ufll Theatre hen ITftf Mte'>"o n or rebuild'SSSfll ) %  SuppU,BMUit *'11 be submit Wide 1o ""' pu'"* %  '*> %  *• %  t fa lift • %  •I has been .. W CUUHK F.CE OF SQCiAL LIFE II wESTl POSSPS III Ltttlcly Get* PAGE THREE suitable Launwhrn pli ildin* [ •tan iv ; 12,^1! ' will b* t-S-ae%  Kgr, suitable Out-Paj^d Casualty Department %  wbm pUnnmii tho exm rebuilding of the Ho>^pj^fc |4 ill !' %  / > v. 11 —i, for moir I ppMdMlon isSffi %  %  Lp EJIIT.IU' AIU ubmil^mnde tot tieh improvemdisiDlKiinij arransements . %  ^Ual Officer an-' rr.li gar md approve*, by t ho bnn-Executive C'ommittasai pfwicru* 21 "St. It ha> lt md!lia( the nursnm • H be increased by 66. Supplari Estimates will bo subi-uriiti !1 ''' %  cadre will be ot traasae-el itifT provided suitable KfAajiirt av,iiial'liH^Ufctl (8). I on will iniprovithe livins % %  • %  the trained -tuff in as* .-hen pt annum Ihe cxat or rebuilding ol the BlPiniripti 21 1. Supple— ptn .atini.it.'' %  mil B •roiidt' fa I %  iSitfef whirl bo it II %  Basal %  Vifntfi a. I Excellen%  KC*"'"< '"' MkWuiii r i-rit ill I (sagas* -! B%  He* thai i %  should be. no %  an.'thr Hnspil i 9t Hospital \ %  < omt h Ore.: Tho %  '< %  \ Wdtwn by statute %  dudtque-tN>n i anil Ben of wrvice ol !i %  wisa *! r . s. <>ldera.tioii %  *aracraph 3B. The t ol Ihe Maternitj Hospital %  "* .'.'...i.iiv ;,i i„ r.n Propo ..i, %  r^aK^rding the number of -**^ furthei cxan:.: %  I ihe exMusic Exams ed the PT.. „f the Aaw* Royal Sctio. 1 Paaai •! M, tuaM H*a.a> \ %  M. %  %  Around ANDV DC MONTIWIN M •BVMU Piles of Shingles. Lumber Cover Wharf Yesterday Lorries, Garb k-pt Bum tod bimoar occupied t 'V bMin ol %  half of %  the 8,000 ITIUKUM ol M %  •f firlumbei %  '-liiv n m Vaocouvtrby uUkaCuln i '" I--**'" < anita Mill ha.s U %  %  Her stay hart and until %  %  ,.1r %  rii n %  r*jpm I' r -I M, < ..,!.,i K > N f. t nr %  Msi UifTiruli %  Chick Horn Without Eyes Hearty, Eating Welt raaa* ..i n.-, i n.,.._ f i . %  %  ii t.f the c: und lumbai '' nit ol cargi to lighten loaded with this ,. %  %  %  ninx to the % %  % %  Up the lumber oft much kly thur the ; -i n., i *..,. i,„ h ,b„i %  %  %  Mondi %  i ni#ia : ruinl, ,f Mr. (.,.!. %  "i me en"•" %  m*n.n.y mar Hie lorries and L stms Hospital Hoapiiiil nn Jn rarious lumiwr-r, %  %  %  %  '"!' Idin 8 n new HoapitaF on"' • %  ir'nbc,-yards % derkl •" % %  ' %  Da Maude Ifcporl 'ber The "Potiek" %  %  part <-f Uw hull %  unJcan Packk. \' salvagiiitc work waa bain >e latt a] %  tura iMa m anl i ... rldad up among Ihe %  the Spvightstou-i; Iiarger. u Chalk not A Co rasa~t MweU Eqitapmen. Arrives %  %  %  • I *l..-ell I p '' I 1 Mllli*.!.... "Maneka" Goea On lh„k %  %  l h vic.-s. weklli %  nvll, I Ltd The quo! aiming tbe tl|ulpnWlit '^' : be transported by lonv ight nth.. %  n ed book e iar boaid.. B.R.A.F. .^ It f. A N %  Mat '' inc%  f bfin nvaxamined 'hfiitij*;; (.. w ,]| %  *iured lo provide i fcriBi iltbeii %  %  •rwements t.. ",,. M l*ry tne woi k LM on contra* ; .|,i,.W lltimates %  . subjWcrasfc ?.l. %  abmitled h. i • ,,ii;il %  JM Domestie Servants is %  UDM ir detail The racornmain IMPOSTS YESTERDAY IT IS likel> that the local Roy il A 'ii ill %  ba ;iinhated] to the K A K. rtto in the fK U". .' will ]c called the adM Branch of the KAK Assoeialinn and its patron | %  l entitled lo btneJIti shared b) %  >n Bng] The Praatdaot oi the branch la buaj coUacti i I who strvad in the n A K %  N. EO0ERA 11< a %  ; dun %  ba '' ~ %  E i" 1 ','H ' -rzi"" IV.-. he BrtUal .... Wak. ;:m o'clock on *• i Si i... i aating there will i-o a nli %  n flying % %  %  i %  DURINi %  : %  • Ceai %  Thai vaaaa] bj expei %  C(SLt>-STUFFED NOSE... QUICK AS A BREAItV CARRY POCKrT-HAIII AnyOmeyoui n aefc or (.) i It's small bui'fjo.t*x( i use as often as yu,, VIC&5 ISflH^B.Sat BREATHE FREELY:.. %  ad ipened their whirlwind week of enlerta.nment on Satunl.iv .,.ht with two ahow.. one a, badoi Aquatic club, tollowed by another at the Club Moraan which incidentally were both crowded maklna Barbadian, lauah and eniov themthey ao They have bioodca.1 over Radio DUtrlbuUon; on Mondav %  with the P at the Drill Hall and l.„ n „h, they gave another tlno Ihea t.lobe Theatn. Clutord Ooatta is uadoubtenlv Ihe Hanjo; he haj an easy Mj .tnrn, am. lightning ringer Angela Jardine haa a I. "*e a m I Uaali .iivampanial • %  a ea .,.1 ta.i who |olned the iroui .i.with %  ping Ihroug-i hoa ll :>> no means least Loth It U man ol fun hai. tleeti,.,, ol lib and he la well n I lhal .,.• tho topic %  lo watch .' : %  II,.' Hull the Wesle tk^ 1 **** u m ACIQTEX Safaauard the children iiinitl *udden chilK hv purttng Ihean •aAenw lhin r nK>u of Aartaa fahnc kaap< ihem at a haalaay av-n temp.—•— — hwi ^r i.okl tl.ii %  V.trJi cellwlar tundt up to s"n>Utii rwtly hard MV ,r,j ••• Bar* and pra M aaaaaM -J n**jo Asrtts >hiti\ •OMtU *..... taefeai %  si pO'I. v. w" ...w'^'i'.'ir I.earn from the hospital. Whenever infc.ti threatens in your home, rase getting you down^ f KENNIES o/ve you 'SMFT R£UCF, Whenever you feel diacoenfon after i -u.k two Rcnnici, one tltci die other As they daaaolta, Iheir halantcd bleml of antaciJ ingredient* gun .traight Bo uhere tbs in-uhle lilt, and irrcvt your %  Tatar, Y.'U can alwaya %eitle %  uble ban *iJ *tomali mi liry I 0n Rei.iue* %  locket ta baindbag. If Uteydae^graa >\HI relief, it's tun. rou aw yoat let rUatDaaaaa any cbenyat. 'DETTOL' MODERN ANTlSfPIlc I) It I ^. DIGESTIF __ KENNIES VVHJJAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B. G. Of Intfrvst T Ladivs . IIKSIV \HT SILK I'FTTICOATS-Pmk and White %  lo. do. ,|„. HALF SLIPS —White. Peach, Blue and Black ''" "" '" .lo. St, VESTS — Opera Top —Pink and White a*, .to .I.,. McaiT Dasasas %  lu*, White and On Si ALSO — tiiiiDUiNs \\KI i SOCaa Plain White. tod Wblu) Hith Coloured Tops SEE 001 SHOW CASE. TMC LONC-LI*i MA*" CITY GARAGE TRADING pure rteh milk powder eomee In large U-lb .Ina t a.i>i per tin. a handy and economical way to buy powdered m.k for the family. Dairy Pride Ii made from the liighv.t ^^eJlly Cow'a Mill., and oi.icaaaed *s that all the natural vitamin. %  amv flavour of freah Cow'. Mtlk are retained. DIRBCTIONS' Mix one heaping ubU-^poonful of Dairy Pride :o every half pint (W pint) or cup of liquid. Tor extra goodneis, mix and leave in refrigerator or ice box overnight To moke you ice Creams and Dexaerta creamy ana is wingk a few spoonfuls of Dairy Pride Milk !'. w.ler into -our mixture. — M.4 per I Jib tin. Dairy V ih nouns ;hrYl* f^ajb in flavour/ fl i ...na tea milk, wtlh iu natural vitam.r.s and i •Mk is RJao packed m 12-oz. tin. 4c. par un This small 12-oa. i, n can mtn -fall : %  i.Km o( full cream mUk and prove, JI-J Ibmill baatfaWe wrio use / at* -*. is.t>i. ua MAFFC0 •ali.-.-ir Alld., ( ,. |-4 I .III.. M...M. a. A. n.,,1.1 a i. ** a fata. *> %  -: oikba a PaI.III>. ((•!•, a oa. la-w a !... Ltd.. J-kaa-a a IMtu. ritaiaM a Oa WM staaMat, aaa-M a t'.. i, Itt... A. T-w. a Ct. WILUAMB MABKATISU CO LTD.-aala <



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WED I -l> \\ M \v I'M. I 1 III R BARBADOS ADVOCATE %  I*-, BARBADOS &# ADVOGffE rI -.1 -i %  I H Mrt ** **>. JUVWBM o. in. •*. MM ac MMM W.-flrx-MUv. May I, 115i IIAIIIIOl II WARNING THE AN \'T from London that ... m been made to utilise OQptrc for shipping bein and the United : umuun that have been it.rig in Barbados for many days. oi the %  %  %  | (arrison %  %  St Lucia i | tbt boat! n[ that line adds nuuncemcnt : ,.. %  Qow i nnu-iit M la by the Colonial :s. but a new the proposal (hat St. Lucia, wl p water harbour m nu<| was the ootUBg oantra >>\ lha W< I In Ik slmuin roughl Into th* limelight as a centre for ahlpping In the Eastern c nib) AT WEST N IN THE % • V. rlir. >l. .. IT is not to be thought that fedLieutenant Governor of I as as a live should be appointed to render the issue Is liny new tiling, or indeed High Commissioner free to un. rnsnl of the SOth Candertake regular tours of I the contrary, the id^a lory under his jm of [fii i %  .' Oba Bfltii teen to be carried out in a warmi* ither is aa old as lintish inB hlp made available tor the pur'. the region. "Hie flrsl pose by th British Admiralty example Hi an attempt by King | n his discussion of the whole Charles 1. in the 17th Century, ,ub)oct. Murray makes comments to coiu.utut.> in the Extern Carwhich are still of interest, and I ibbean a single grouping inclupropose to quote a few of them, dung approximately the Windi n describing the asset* of Barward and Leeward Islands, and badoa he writes as follows-— Barbados. That attempt failed. "Whilst Barbados la but the succeeding centuries w.lf u Uy developed so far as the naseed various groupiigs of Windward and Le-ewa.tl Islands. Trinidad. Tobago and Barbados. it dateU. Two points appear to be significant— first, that i.Jiie of these grouping* appear to have been regarded as mnauj nil factory, ... %  arena the repeated changes in them. and secondly. ontinuad ti , %  various Islands ut %  tly separate administrations was not wholly tttl *' Two grouping I die federatlon of the Lsenrard whieh k on In li* area under agriculture cerned, she still preaents pot more harmful to H than efficiency acrompanied by a certa n amount of extravagance. But it is the attainment of a rea: efficiency at an economical cost at which the West Indies should aim, not that sort of I however, which is bound by ./on of each Colony, or which la cut oft at a point at which it could, if given the opportunity, sti 1 further expand, but an efficiency that will impress Its strength not onlj In the Colonies of its orig n. but also in the Empire and in the i at large." Overseas Visitors At Eastbourne Health Congress (rrom Our London Correitpondent I LONDON, April 2Ih FROM Bermuda u, Btlnium. from Port ol Spain a-aaid.%  %  ", "" d •( %  Oi inc Royal Sanitary Initltut*. Thaw annual meoungs art %  r.cled by over 2.000 delegates from "oral authorities '"f 0 "*"" out the British Iiles are concerned with one proo.em—world health. i*B*l at the COLONNAL u ually • V TINS DUTCH APPLE SAUCE 71 %  SO OVALTTNE .72 M VIM CLEANSER —L.irgr .28 .24 VIM CLEANSER —SmaU .16 M Much of the working of the congress was conerned directlv with the British Isles but many or %  an applicable for delegates rrom .hose areas. .. jddltion to Murray's own slbiltiea of development in writings there is available a most shipping and its corollary bencinteresting account of a discussion fits. Amongst other things ihfollowing a lecture given by him . ri(1 .| lrtll ,he coneress afforded the overseas C SMUndni a /.me „. London n 1911 The occasion J^*? !" ^ !" ^^ !" get together and disas a health resort for rich was a meeting sponsored bythe aei m wtA ,„ and other South West India Committee, at which Americans who fear tb*> rtjour Hurra] outlined a scheme or i toleration and the argument* • Pl aaa whi-h I have verv brief -ml. dry, .salubriouf. i Dot BAarMSd b0a In that discus. Chairman. Sir Owen Barbados ir. wb>ch to recover Philips, expressed interest, emfrom the effecta of the more phasised the need for a scheme o, .-in which they federation to emanate from th usually work and h people themselves, dwelt ml* A further ranuMDt whieh re-.l* difflrulties and doubtr.i little ironically In those Who anv material advantage w •artier aad the Windward Islands, work kn Hayings' House relates to result from a federal organization Antigua:— as dist net fr.m attempts L common is effect a single 11 small Mttteua •' attempt nl PsxftffraUon li Caota i %  Md end. namelv Sir John P noaaey's attempt of I8". whh-h led to disturbances in Barbados and the local connotation of the word f.'iiir.r.i'.h I, tt> to-d.iy except that the p %  otUsva gi-eatei admlnlftntlv* 38 years has io some MttBI thenm used hiproposals nnd work it argjumanta on a itudj of ttw eeol-otcnti.ilia ci\; %  .-gion and the hubKn the aubi el --f mi sUtoa 1 two based on a The c'"<' fortune of Si Lucui In tbia rn foil'.wed th .. I.III-I' Froi and thtime to time attempts havo p Mt \ ,,f Dundonald also <'< ilve this knotty anv p ropowi i which wouU problem but wil existing cost Of adminlstraM lha preM-nt moment the |( n Th( roma rks of Mr. OearfS whole question ts again under carrlngton of Barbados are I eonsidaratlon and hopea t n j nK> worthy of quotation almost I cntertar.'"! that MOM in f„u || 4 %  ws: — solution of lha difftcultj will bt found," the UuV touch upon this i* and we Barbadians helped to burn them [ agree that we ahoul I have one ol Kll %  %  %  in the W ilcieeaics .in 'p.nn IUIUIV w s v^-^i.lems peculiar to their own areas and to compare note-* on Improving health standards. Prominent among the delegates was Doreen -Smith, Kedleal Officer of Health (or Son >. Trinidad. She is in England on a course and attended the congress as one of the Jour delegates from the West Indies The } htr *J* !" Mr. S Moosai-Maharaj. Health Education Offlcer. Trinidad. Mr A F Hewitt. Port of Spam; and C H Suit..n. Acting Deputy-Director rf Medical lag eiCO, British Guiana. Dr L.mdreth-Smith advanced the view that the best method of ensuring health improvement was Bd training She advocated where i association l*twecn school childbool doctors, nurses and parents. "If people do not. understand about diet and disease thev will not know how to prevent it .she .,n be made to realise that prevention is better than cure, then improvement in health Is bound to follow Mr. Arthur White. Senior Health Inspector. Hongkong, explained the diltteulties confronting the authorities in the country A population of three quarters of a million pre-war had expanded to two and a half million bringing with it fresh problems of housing, (ceding and sanitation. He a] i Iraportancs of preven. ,.t the problems facing the Hongkong nuthoiitie* In Wping clear the uleaai For Your BATHROOM LAVATORY BASINS 25 x 16 — 2:: it With of without Pedestal CORNER BASINS with Pedestal rml, LOW-DOWN SUITES HIGH-UP SUITES TOILET PAPER HOLDERS SOAP DISHES WHITE GLAZED TILES — 6" x 6" Bevelled on 2 opposite edges ,. 3 ednes Bfll Curved edge UNGLAZED TILES 3' 3' WILKINSON & HAWKS CO LTD. Surceaaors !• % C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. Dial 447? 4H7 Bt.t KWITH STotj, The dsiep water harbourmenevei bout and to-dey tr* UsUnd %  K inli'ure <-f %  md U If vi i I Sir DougLtj Hitcin,. who i.-ft Butados ,. in Ml report publlebed i ill( concJ id. ; ti r .i though on oi over Ihree nld rwf i"' Juetifled by lha u Lp4 11 in the propoeed rakrbour ujidsrrtaktag In Ihsm t Krton which must ., TI Into eoriaidermtJoo mote pariicu>.,. i. (lamattori of %  lexge area >i land i the harbour u/ith the i 'n-'ructi.ui Since thai writti n the %  | %  % %  iteriing; and the i" I ""ados sir Douglaa Rtti l ki I "* 1 ( lent quantit) I i Itlon*" writing h %  1., IKthe Hi rbour achema In p tod in .,., %  ., o| 0 : hut BOsll10 reUM to ben thfl I expensive, [n hi! %  I ible but the bad i .-upp.ied Canadian %  la, hi %  %  lulana 10s. 9d. Mil. It is npl dillk-ult M s*v wh> .shippitu. con,,,. io avoid Barbados %  las Kiiihu' i.' thai "owiiu; to the reduction in the I Bca 0CJ of labour the I gawdlli as tx'cn reduced steadily .. ir with the attendant u i %  futuir at a port IN deeen n "i lha m %  .: I much p onomic cal or popul-ii • l,h rompi.i.i. (1 l^tawfoundland, then %  | i Turning to the tOtl Csnl .i,.,,, ,. M ni. In| to mi important changi ... out i -.hat at that Urns the Colonlea %  tiniilfl ri%  ata had m-rl> live times aa COnuaeal '"t-" ax Newfoundlha wrli ll11 land, thai In* i %  %  %  I.II Murray (now ,. thiw times those of the Mastei I %  < NewsoundLuid, th..i their aggroshortly before tha ilnt world pate trade was thrai ;n;u-; aamuch. War war. Vincent of New toundland ..-... %  %  . . to hU writing-, which ibl) laai unfortunetetg en l '" Be dealt also wlm various post.nn albh %  itlon In Murray. wtlUa boldhi i i| unity wii* desliable ., ihotil the triHiLh? : /ate u L.p u led* capacity, %  '' % %  I I %  %  lure, he pointed the ttfcadvantafca of ;i sttuaarlth hin r don whsteby ;>n "" t,, htrasttng ccsnpei I of back i" snd n %  n Murra lion of soveral 't 1 '-' i nn %  'I" the ami hil thing I think all I I • Commissioner shouhl %  badoa. Mi Mm ,„.t how preettc .', Indies have lake) Barbados and thai t' reason Ana a. Oovernor of B;iH stroni: legislatuir t*> look after affairs has nothini: lo do ami would have time (or such work! . At in are drifting swaj from tins country 11 e. the United K ngdotn) to U 11"'" %  incl our aa'vatii'n must Kta 1 ".! we wish many of llll d more closely to I %  io me that the onb n would be 1 %  houkl put oursel to talk of a propo*l ombine with Canada. In that way we should secure mnrkels at any rate for sugar producer! in the West hi'. %  i • that there .. tl cr object than gaining better n And hue W %  anal miotat'on Ho %  ip by Chinese refugees frorworua aa follows land une widen lasted four days, the nto twelve different sections. assed forty-two papers dealIna, with rerss mbjects as preventive mediind t"wn planning and tropical mailing! fm sanitary inspeeI tors, m '' of health, engineers and health visitors. Special films were aak .md In addition a aeries timisinK schemes and public w>rkand factories were arranged for the %  :d of the congress told :iiai bad housing was one of the major causei "I h;ui health. It led not only to %  overcrowding but almost equally lmpor%  'inns, the break-up of mem)al anxiety. The 0 beard Sir Allen Daley. Mediilealth for London County Council. speaking about the Brtttsfa National Health Scrvi. refer \o |b daggering cost of the curative side **> Taa BICARBONATE SODA p %  STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD. "INTERNATIONAL" PAINTS (HI WORLD! Ill It HOOI l\4. IV\IMS "DAiNBOLINE" ANTI-CORROSIVE I'AINT—for pknM iron roofs. — $7.20 per gallon lm i Impcriil) "PROPELLER" READY MIXED OIL AlNT-for shingle, asbestos cement, and aluminium roofs-kfj per gallon tin (Imparial), : of our i' 1 .in organAx•' % %  • %  i i Ich Is I undo. %  stnata, Isotatad. tusutegratad units, eweh itrivlng u wort > Ha own salvation in the | er fun of the thina %  %  through u last resort .md then onl* at th, lasl n robleni have I %  %  %  I %  aslon for delay moreovar ihal %  : antinulng %  i %  A.IV apt lo drop dond ind ir.ti i %  purpose* i .status world that lb with the linb • It* wsat Ind i ffest Indian < IhsroeslvM thai %  %  of the E.i He agreed thai th i we lirltish Gu that the %  not only Lod In the lif< V has arrived \ I drift i* and %  ••' %  v %  %  tance ol the eo-opci kj of the w< of tedera|ii n But aonv I not Infrequently exempl Red "> the attt. I cimmon affairs, and which U so well • rhyme:-Chatham with his rword oiidi i i waiting for B i Richard I han; Bll Rsshord. longing to be at %  • %  tuun." With these obser\ati Mi | Murray m 1812. I conthe )*;,:,"; : ,rtei Ue in own. It.has not been mj purpon t.make %  i on what tuna that I %  m.st'n.ke %  -"!"' %  %  '• %  ""' %  PotHdai sppesl ot prevantative| ld medldn cu-1 OalvamiMl Irci. 1. leatnietsoaa for %  shuuki form on the prou..,i,mi %  the lormini in. participating colons legl it,tag of lederal hi ,.I,I be the best ledi ach like < |k '" I 1 posed .,; thai the I the Stand. ..rds larger groupings, and the Commfttai ita blame requiring H reatooaJ ti Ml n on a regu %  il taa i.„i raatton KM lo anaace, he propoted Uiat it ahotiui ii ittOO that it would tltutton thai each pai ita or dlract ..mt ahould i ration, but ally to th" I tnat the be. %  dMmfte percentagi cnues of Ihe I Lltd greatly outweigh any *uch the condittcns of tintin ditlonal costs High I > words on this ill time )0b. point U-ai quo! an.i h consequently i rnor of Trinidt is it *i U-admitlett. should act as High Commissioner more detriment aeration, and that a opsMOt %  na i tditor Note; The above extract k Uken from a talk on • Fed M.in.M given by Mr. ( V. Cantair*. C M Ci lo ihr mem bera of the Barbados Muteum and lltslorical Soclet> laal night. Mr CamUlm dlwusM-J the meaning of the term Irdnalion. eotmldered sonic of the rrerequWlen of Kedrra tton In a liven croup of tornmuniUeK. and the lacier* hh prrdkpohe people l" J — in Federation and offered ..UI..V*. h..i relucunllv" a lew i. n...i'--v on Frderalion and thr el Indie* (reproduced above) The earlier part* ol Mr CarslaJrV lecture will be publ-Aed In Uie "Sanday AdveeaW. Royal Academy Dinner WINSTON CHURCHILL hai hh| landscapes hanglni favoured spots at this V UM Royal AcadSOty'l Annual Dinner ho and Clement Alllee amiably drank ind agreed, as the Prtn e hUn I m aach, that whatever the political parties it sraa not art. He cholca picture himself. La words, of what an election would b like if there were a "Minls.[ awa* with Picessol my party rtands tot the abolition of abstraction and the deliminatkon of impressionism? Perhaps it would be no more meaningless to the voter than I the largon of economics gaily thrown down from political platforms, The dil it No iiuawels, .delations. You will remember that las' U .: ih" painter of booee, threa down (us challenge lo the moderns. Judging from the pictures it this year's Academy il looks as if Sir Alfred has won— *nti the painters of purple trees have retreated to '.ess grand placethan Kurlingtoii Housc. PUT THE BLAME ON BRUItAS itli loog faces, publicity I Sgants with noses out of joint and harassed LonI don Transport officials in London this week. Scotland Yard has been raited in. the Mmisti \ uf works, and two London Chambers of Commerce tad — all becau tnaU bear. Her BasM h Hiumas. This four months' old Polar bear cub has been vet of a special conference at the Regent s o Hundreds of workers from nearby fac... (ompLmiod lhat Brumaa-queues prevent them from getting on buses at -peak" hours. Traffic gill not beer, able to find a soiuOon But a delegate 'rom iho Marvlebone Chamber <>'. Commerce reg.stered a vote of thanks to Brumas fur bringing so many tourists. Bnimea has earned more fame than anv other London Zoo celebrity. As a crowning glo'rv. she has lust been voted "Public Personality Number One Sana Moira Lister, the Bhn -tar. was a DOOI eiter-wnter to the 'Evening News" suggested that the Brums famil\ should be sent on a goodwill minion to Russia for new work, allow the surface to weather foraag yeai before painting. Then apply 1 coat of paint. 2. For previously painted work, if the surface ha| condition, rub down, clean, and apply 1 coatotaaftj 3. For previously painted work, ii the surfacshhl condition, rub down thoroughly, cle..n, and apply H of "International" Red Lead Graphite Primer, folk**. I coat of paint. Wooden Shingle. '' TiV r new work ;, PP'y 1 coal of -lira i national" fnse) Wood, kOllOWea b> 2 coats of paint 2. For previously painted work, if the surface hh( condition, rub down, clean, nnd J. for previously painted work, if the surface %  af condition, rub down thorough).. and apptj 1of • %  international" Primer for Wood tolluwed B7>< of paint. AsbesWH Cement 1 For new work, apply l coat of 'hi-.eniationaP CaBB* Plaster Primer, followed bv 2 coats • ; i For previously painted work, rub down thorough* and apply 2 coats of paint. Aluminium. 1 For new work, apply 1 coat of Yellow PriinWS*. lowed by I coat of paint. Z. For previously painted work, rub down thorousU?-' and apply i co. t of paint. --.ced fi " produrtI of ln t* !" ati> "ol Pain**,!* DA COSTA & Co.. Li HAKDWARB AND ELE0TE1CAL DEPABIMB' 1 Ol It 111 \IM IIS MAI: ... Advocate, %  id are What \IMMII Society To l ritri Tre>e3fi < own .//.,/kk of plantinti of tne one Th( El(lltir Thc a,a, a catl, air. : will pass before the %  Please Mr./Urs. Lai, think bafOl that tree. '. words in that tret mage a SIR.—As a citizen snd past %  %  lature. a* the most able son ol % % % % % %  % % %  %  to your raadera I or moOrm usad itage stamp* '.'.. %  ifie Ro> \\ Aii %  It is most advantageous if comor stamps on -Unark>. while any unwanted %  be most e, but all conti will 1* extremely welcome. Business houses, li nto to organize the of larger han is pess 11 course, but no s or wnall. will be acknov I would like to pom'. appeal quite in:eavou* 'u object of who have served in the Royal An Force, or who have been associated with it Others, no doubt, will also llkt to help, and all can be assured that contribution costing them postaae to the address I be of great benefit and will je %  j recviveo K S KYD. r Benson. England. DIM IMIM eewaouu warn ••. i ia ii„ FINE FOti FOR yw tHOira a*J TRIPE y%gM RABBIT POaOtJBI ?ua SPA Ol AXE SOWJ] —" I OIIIHII FROM VOIMH&4 —



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rtPNT-SHAY. MAY .:. H.-..I BAKUAUOS AUMK Mi PAGE FIVE Surgeon Must Quit N •* %  ** Ma> Job: Govt. Criticised u^^ PROMOTED u, E. D. Mottley (E; in the House of Assembly vosterdav -MOglv criticised Gov.-rnment for what he called the dis, SSne A r.. S H^l b uV r0m,heSl rji fnmion on the matter started when Mr Mottley moved (he adjournment of the House for live mmuu • -t matter of importance which affects ihe general ... of the colony"., VffecTtrom ,he W of A ,nl. MM. CX I am. Sir. Your obedien: (signed) P F. CAMI'bELl. M p. g. Miller who spoke .jw air Mottley agreed that the MffVlW 1 pne and su Mted r!; lt could I* further discussed :*,, Tvsaa%. He then moved the 2,ourn.nent of ihe debate and the -niion was carried. TE M^Uey said that less than two Years ago, he siood on the floo 17 the House to defend then, ihe TtftS " WMt Indl n ClvU SrVaJTin the person of Colonel Duke .j, [he manner tn which the Governor took upon himself to call for -u icsignat itiii Little did he think that the nccasion would have ai ism MI ioon to draw to the attention of ihe House that the method of handling Colonials in the service of this country was far fro: bemg satisfactory. He had said colonials because he ^ m itred U Dr. Ashby had been other than a Colonial, if that treatment wuld have been meted out During the debate, he would proceed to show that Dr. Ashby. Barbadian, was qualified at one •fthe ancient Universities in the United Kingdom as a Medical practitioner. l4ke many Barbadians, he returned to his home to give the benefit of his skill to his fellow countrymanHe worked it the General Hospital during the war years and was finally appointed as i Visiting Sumeon in 1948. -i To come straight to the point. F|ta services were terminated at the ding Dr. Ashby's dismissal. aaW:,"^ ***} was '^ preroga•KL2J e Goverr ">r and the o*ernor alone. Acting Coii Dr. A S Ashby. A Vestrv ma period not exert n instead %  'par n'noci it is now I] 1 :hi'n '" Ull %  pomusl oul ueh lease bind 1 %  %  The addendum to ih ;s the practice K pass a special Act im m Mrj wishes to lease land fur a period eotCe) year Th unwieldy jiartinilail;. BrtMO .1 mimher of enter into leases the case a' pressssM m nm'i of play. Pssjegaej n,.,,: St. Michael 20. 1 „„ SIR.—I am in receipt of your Vv communication of the 16th inst as 1S ,h giving me notice that my services vrUo J x *'' the 1 as an Assistant Visiting Surgeon m n ,,d tnm Laboui W. %  :t.,u of the General Hospital will 10 t rn 0MV Accordingly it 1. ^u^da.terthcSl.M,, I note that I have been afforded IJ^eX TvX"a2J! no explanation for my ? !" I served the Hosp.tal s a House lution). to give V*&1mS POW* Surgeon from IK38-1940 and again to enter into long-term leases not irom 1943-1946 at some sacrlticv exceed 1111; twenty-one vcars which to my priva*.^ practice dunnr the shall lx> binding on the successive war years when doctors weie not Vestries of thu perl easily available. My work was The passing of the Resolution rewarde-. by my appointment to w s movoci by Mr. <;. II Adanw the post of Assistant Visilim: ,L > and leflOndsgl by Mr M I Surgeon in 1948. Vox " As far .1i .mi twartr, laylng flelos patient on the assurance ol "' hQr ,BaB ,h s ,,( SI ; the Nighl Superintendent Ht '. %  •"*" %  * ,h '' Resolution who is also %  % %  •ionfoi the effect i would Child were "f'f '" **? ncquir.n,; of |*J playirifl Helds. Mr. D. D Oarner CC1 id the Resolution had come bef.t.baa Mm. % %  .. %  n hsrvini . nt prnDarrassini Umi The Rasolutlori would now make possible the entering ol Vestries Into loag--tarra agTeonwDti with landowners, 1 i/ery worijiwbUa thiusj, afhera pieytegl fields wcuconcerned Mr. K. II. Mottley (E.) questioned the necessity of > the period 1e iwenty-onr yaa. He than uld llaal it must be bonic in mind that the statutory boards '. %  trial hM.i to carry out a great deal of the social work In tlie v.irmu*. parishes, and he wai wondering if the p<.weis .,• • tlic isrttejal they had taken and Ihought it was a very Wise thing, they had done Mr. 0 T. Allder (L.) said that in the rural parishes i' 1 to be found very difficult to get lUilabla lend In -1 centra] area for a playing ileld. He *nu rgrj doubtful that landowners were to Oovemment. and tl.. know how much money a place ol land situated where the people iU| make the most use of it, would cost. One of the problems to bear in that 1 regards 1 leas" the owner of the land ;ti or Other may n. the lease. That was a serious matter for consideration for he fell that playing Heidi should be permanent just an parks were. He fell that if the* WCM gOtTUJ to hnve playinn Held*he matte:ahOUld be gone into more deeply. He thought the Government should review the situation and befoge entsjriruj into any agreement make Io iioi ulfer from any dtaabilitj as regards these ploying Colds. Mr. Adanu (L.) s;nd that any land for a playing Hold that might be bought with IMMK'V from the Labour Welfare Fund would i' owned by Government but that the jKimini-tration mid maintenance would be left in the hand' of the V. 1 The twenty one year period limit was only for the time l>cing hut when the Maude Report was BUty 1"ASM ided to put that at iimety-iniie years. Mr. Adams pointed out that the 1 hod to do primarily with i.iavim: fields but it would Vssjtry to lease land for thai purpose. both mother and in go. Whilst 1 cannot believe that a single incident can niilh: faitnful ssjrelut, 1 am auita unaware Of aiiylii,.: have been held against me. I have worked as 1 HoUM fturgeon under Dr. At; in his capacity as Visit my Surgeon, and as A Surgeon to Dr H. I fkvatl UTgaon, In addition the Dudorltg ol Surgeon was during Hit. %  office of Dr J. A A K Medical Suparlntaodanl Th* tt two gentlemen are in the Coumy and have no adverse criticisms In offer cither as regards my coneclenHotignaai 01 %  A dismissal of this oatui merely removal from post, it tarries with it the gav ar a at implications involving professional conduct and integrity Mully ask thai thai matter be referred bach to Hi tsx a uency the Governor for his kind consideration. I have the honour to be. Sir, Your Obedient Servant, (Signed) A. S. ASIIHY. Hon. P. F. Campbell ORE Colonial Secretary's OnVe. lia'budos, 1.2.50. S.i.1 am directe BBMl in detail ill the relevant circumstances affecting this iiiattoi .aid has given special weight .inn cnipliji imeats set forth in your letter of the 2Uth of Januai B > Nevertheless. His Excellency ll of the opinion that there ue not sufficient groundi for withdrawing die notice communicated to you in my letter of the 16th oi and accordingly your appointment will terminate on the 1st ol April, 1950 in accordance with tintarn of that notice. I am, Sir. Your Obedient Seivant, tSinned) P. F. CAMPBELL. Afittnl Colonial So Dr. A S. ASHBY, — Ha was in sym'G£._VJ n h m because it had all ge itoad. st M !1 50 Sn.~-1 have to acknowledge reauseunauaii Jg "' \^' Mlvt H "Ppent-d when i>. %  %  -,. i n lh Febui—>. 1950. •• %  Wry less than two months It "> cei Uin thai II Exo ll %  J hiobvious thai he had been IS ol '" P*ett't>n *' %  hc tKt ?Zpy advised, but surelvrh" r to iisk that he ordor an enquiry to g^jms. being a member of the iW .i rr. v n. OatAJfff Chal ii tlrant has baaan appointed Supermini %  ccordlng :.> ,\n reaaaasa The aiiiaiiimi'meiit said Ihe Sorrun of State for ih. ..hoot, ban approved of th.* appoinlmenl of Chief Itispeelor I B. (Irani to thf poiU of leu* erintrndent of Police Barbados with rfln t from the lt of Ma. 195*. IN THE HOUSE At v* ,-,„ %  m. thr ..( Il>r tewtna Mmf No is isto iroi t<> Ol.%  inviin thc Hor.r. %  %  11. %  UM rri-. %  mUliieil In tin-r.bbraii SUndiiia Cln*i ii.tttl.llitl Of Tl %  %  %  111 ih Bniuh % %  .H.I>IWII Arc*. MMM-NO is l*4u N. :..!>!* the 1 A>wmbl> inlotmina the Hen 1 %  Hunt* that 111 jcroMinni with %  inprairtnoai of the B3tcuuv Commit ml. h* luu Bpixiinoil Mr li II Adam*. Dr. H CJ Cummin. Mi M I %  Ml C I .V % %  %  Ixmen l>r nl th* P.r--nmi* C.iiiiiiiillr* %  bl> .nfi.r miiai the lion that he h. tunMdcml m %  1 %  1 II.nd.! M 'i 1 11,1.1 an ll<|>itl and rurw.nl. informaUen ( the Henourabta Heuaa .. %  ItMH linvr Iwcn .i|.|c.l by lh 1 idal.ni> %  %  1 .inrt Em -• it.. ,, ..,: rnOcd SSin rebmarv. IWNI Annual Hcp-.rl .in Harbadn* (or IS4B The (oll.iH.tn M rr. 1 BHIIIIIPI* Rnolution to the Order mode l>\ the ., %  """ %  Ci.iiimnU'c Lindoi M gUgn of III* %  -. 1M5. Mi. HaL.it RoeUaaUoH vnUUfid m. I'arkina ,ini Rwtik ff 1'I.LAmendi anti Hr*uiatlonn lt' made hy the Director .,f Hml< way and Trarpo Hi. KepaitiiK'nt of lliaha\and Tl Arl. ISU >IM5—IJ. and appn>ved an.l nnctloned in ingxealkmr) 1 1 ihiIfllh March. 1*60. Mr. Aairtu N0U01 M %  aui Io amend HeuirMi.Mlioii ol I %  InlviuU'd fe Buy: Then Stole QtaAOfxT I year-o'd mason of Clapham wit og M .rom Whitfleld *ie ptaaatt 1 Griffith Both aft %  Mr A. J I i! %  Imprisonment He ape] P.C. 299 Illaiknian said on April 29 he saw Skin-. store. Inland constable Hill went In to the was told that Skeete ht plasttr tH'lt Soon after Best came in and oHered to pay Gnfflih for the ball Skeete had H SnaUhrd Wallet When Best took out his wallet %  atg inatchad it and ran Aa> iheras Kittaken ID the t'antral Station when '.!" Seibert Waldron kaapsj the riminal records— told the court that he atkOtM aVstatt He -.aid that Skeete has 16 prevloui Mr larceny Hafl on DM Laal isanvtettan he srsa ientenceo; to MX rnootha* kmprleot> Mi II A Talma for stealing cloth valued at 6 from the Royal Sinnin High Street on October 24. 1949 When asked :( Beta bluntly dented ihai indid any llaalllll and claimed that he wnaf in Grill" looking at articles that he intended buying From there. Mother Dies To Save Her Only Son FROM FALLING TREE PORT Hi* 2. Soogiah Samliil. U mother of Bonne Aventure Rna have been playt kg near a tree which a woodcutter was ;,ilmg Seem* hts danger, tha rescue and in pullum from under thraUmj 'ruck and died soon aftar bagguj l.,ken to the San Fernando Hospital. The bo> fCruck. and differed brins.-, on his forehead and hodv. —fan. rrev* STOLE PINE: 30/SYDNIY HOLDER, %  %  .in,; two pieces. i valued at ts. -. lha pi In! the Hi May 1 Mi I A Mi Land %  DtaUraCl A urn to pay ninth, or in r Indly harm on Qrittth on iVptll He vvav K" tQ an alt. i one month's unprisonnient The How it lawful fm pan ohill maka I deb. I began and adliuir Initiate.! ". M, y i, M,.n| r telaUve t.. — i „f t A-hbi fro.!, i e..n stall ..t ihe OMtnl iii>.|.a-i Thw Houkc paaacd a Heph Io the f the u K. and bade*. *i*i Ihal th Baibado> i. Mill ',, Ihe poll of Ihe Sunn::., i \ C'nti6c tests, more than HO% of cases of simple bad bremh were overcome oof for minutes but tor hours--wiih a single brushing of USTkRlNB TOOTH FASTI I BaUOJjsnri uisrsaroaM acnoN AND NanV MINTT flAVOuai Bve New LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE asSSJK Knurr cihihuaUBo frubo — ... keep TOUT liiaaaS iMak MWffer vuh aluiasive I ult f im AcOOSJ 4 Fishermen Disappear POLICE SUSPECT CRIME PORT Of SPAIN ttej t "' suspeol i reionj comudlni th. appenraiu. | of-8pa n %  I boat n which tero nuaasruj m> April 20. MM vvin, h % %  %  • : In UK Mori vrhan then A [Hiiin ., 9unda) i with unlaarlul The othei men lad mi %  nahlni Rpedil % %  April i-, ('.in. rres. Hanee Gets Civic Welcome In Port-ofSpain PORT %  %  Council yeaterday that he would do hut ain. intain tin oeehvlU ^ g** Mn | batwf an Cat %  %  and I-ady Ranee ware given a Clvii %  Udai in..I. Ni i Mayor, In en Ranee sn Joh si...V, :ook over ins Governorship there a idstad %  Into boatlllty between i %  Shaw with having lull The formal ceren IB mlnutai and Mrs. i wifa of the Daputa Maym • i lad Lady Ranee %  >i ess. whr was suffering from, ma —Can. Praae. S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPT. 1ST FLOOR < P. 11 IKK1SON CO. LTD BROAD STRCTT re BOW available of BSSSSBS UrtlBBIAN STANDING CLOSER ASS )( 1ATIO.V KKPORT .1/OM*l VMAL RUPORTS-BARBADOS 2IHM—Hi,iMMaea Caltaml M u azin,. 2/> wo r, mind yo„ ,ha, ANY book ,„, (, loc k may r '"' "'" in "* > %  ''"< % %  w.U, ,he minimum delay. Telephone U27. "EVERITE" ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND TURNALL ASBESTOS WOOD. laasK Hangers ea. 72c. Sun Kiiiinris Ill Bootfea—each e.. Mr.. & .72c. w'lniiCtoehel Bon—fa trfnuaai uilh I'ink or Blue—each 2.1M) W'hili Malerial Bonnels liimmrd in Fink or Blue—each l.Sli CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd. 10. 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET experienced connaettd the matter of ilh a Mrs. Pil-J 11 to Studv af SCAC Report Fresh for your Pets ! PIKINA DOG CHOW PURINA RABBIT CHOW h. W. Jooal & Co, Lid ufelribalore. **"ur. not drawina forcib ;, '' ,icl %  ""SP 11 "' "*" %  naj g."* Governor's altenlion lhe >"<•>"< %  born "" re d d ln S'P 101 "Jj" which could bo done it the '' >" '• "' '"'< %  '* ""<"' m -* n-tVc, IZ 323 !" S.onVi.i.0 uTfuU.^ no thai ^ %  ?,n U, . h ould ask honourthe opportunity of tlktna ... r 'W'bby was nol .,._,,..... .t...... ..i .VH !" h.< h.n "•MUTIAT'' f • Ashb >' lva! Sour, .J* !" ""lalcd bul ll %  SSaUoJ" ar hl! Pro'rasional l "'lhe h ?ll. h•'' "" Wei. i ? lhat ,he lat "' "'"' E !" to do wiih lhe Hou^ bu: *> u A" r K-J Kl h ,hal cvw >'fi^ !" Barbados concerned lhe •"lot !" eml 'l.v and it it was Z,"""te a member ot lhe %  n. 1 i !" o5 c n r aUcr ot that O-J?'' porter, labou, ".<,..' uployee ot the WhiSf^ h '' cuul,i ••t r.S*''5* correspondence Hocii^v P UI Barbados. SIP l8 1 *eraor ""'' Ul **d b) thf Utrit-, SIV y u notice ihai | lhe i (ml Medical Officer has been MM) end l have had no opporlunity of ryfrontinji ihe [lerson who has gi^an ihis wronit informal Ad be gl.id of an early reI am. Sir. Your Obedient Servant. (Signed) A. S. ASHBY. Assistant Visiting Surgeon, lion P. F Campbell. O.B.E Office. Barbados 13 I 50 Sir. With reserace to >our-.e 9th of February. 1950. I impresii'-ii vould no i ..isonable foi THE House of Assembly i ea ter s.-le.i Commitiee .alder a draft reply to the Message Inviting the lha House on the recoir'containcd in the Re • DOrtl Of ihe British Caribbean Standing Closer Association Corno) the CooUaslseaon on .I the Public Bi Member.-; cofnprialng I 0 H. Adams, Mr. F. L. Wakott; Mr A. E. S Lewis; Mr. R C M;.p ( .. Mr. W A. Cra.'ord; Mr u. D. Garner; Mr. lirinckcr; Mr E K Ml .W W Keece; Mr J. H. Wllklni 0 rllf Honour th-. Speaker consented to be associated with the Committee. ** YES YOUR FAVOURITE DISTEMPER MS III III Truck owners ** a. lb*.-?' l > 1 1 : """" -ih of Januan *• nterefore. terminated with * # Oa Page S W hafson Today Meeting. Advlior* (ommit tee, Hoatpiul Board al 1-30 p.m. Kootbill. (lurri. -, I'.rk -t iM am Raakf-I IUM HTJ-J p.m. "SUNFLEX" We can supply you in the following colours WIIITK. CKKAM. IVORY, BL KK. KOSE, S 11. V I ll-GREV. BLLK & GKEEN TRY US BEFORE PURCHAS1NC} ELSEWHERE The Barbados Hardware Co., Lid. (THI "Of sE FOR BARGAINS* Mos 33 A 52 SWAN STREET PHONE 2109, 3534 or 4406 how much for Sem'cel THE New Fordson Thames Trucks antough . and they stay on ihe job . and when they do need attention, we see to it thai 'off-the-roadiime' is reduced to thc absolute minimuin. What's more, our service facilities save you pounds, for wc charge low fixed prices Tor spares and mechanical r epairs. That's why Tlktsncs Trucks pay better! Ask us about tuern—and about the diesel engine which is available for certain models. # CHARLES McFNEARMY .V <<).. LTD.



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IMf.F SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE UH>NrW>\Y. MAY Luge HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSC I I DOis'T S ---.• \\N MA9~E = f, \. 7E I BY WALT DISNEY J V r\J %  £BLONDIE • -i E-O *\ fl we CUT ,___^__^^_ TO THI £" E"EN.... \\wtl -vOu'D 3S"EE -*_K '"J A** iT ) -CC. -.-VT ••, j indtttyffi.. Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Patent Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE FIRST AID FOR Over. Seating • When ova* • •—'-'rjiiu, food and dnnk CHN -tea**— diitraaa Alka-Saltiar of far. quick rattaf. Sparkling, ^-^ ani-ta.tir.ft, it. al (aluing p, %  %  ' "'••I IP %  Surrv Alka-Selt/fr llirtif/* kfpp J SACROOL IN THE IIOMS!! THE FAMOl'S RF.Mmi i..r SPRAINS £ RHEUMATIC PAINS. ACTS LIKE MAGIC On Sale •* %  ... KNIGHTS LTD. For THREAD CCTnNO WELDING BATTERY CHARQDfQ METAL Tl'KMNO MOTOR REl'AIsa ... — GUKD0K BOLQIN BARBADOS GARAGE, 130, Roebuck S' : Dial W,l M'mm... they're perfect! MAKE THEM YOURSELF WITH NO FEAR OF FAILURE Bakewell Tarts Who wouldn't be proud of putting delicious tuts ake these on the tea-table! You can make them earth—there's no special knack. With Royal Baking Powder to guarantee success, they're bound to turn out perfect. Here's the recipe: Make pastry with < oz. plain flour, I Inn leaipoon *>/.!/ Bakm Powdtr.plncn of sail, 1ft oz. lard, tntur u mix. Line pMQl tins with pastry, put a little jam a! bottom. Cream / or lunr ami ;(, oz. lugar. bra, on m, add two oz. %  enolina, I rounded lea'poon Royal Bui Mr Powder, a lutle almond nienct and 2 imtkipi. milk. Beat well, and three-quarters All the patty-uu with the mixture. Bake in hot oven at 4J0\ 10-1J minute. ROYAL BAKING POWDER j* HMHini I Alil'l IS Situ: fr. hv 7' \ fi. ind l' :. fi. hy Sit. Also I IMII I I >l IX KOI IS 6ft. wide All very renson.ihle in Price. > a in tain Vitality and Cheeiiulnest there is nothing like Ovaltine %  zvzry -a i. HI mm in. 10 A ii Roebuck Slret liscotporatod 1W26 II (it, dotin anJour rhinit* totwdoM "i. honia. AdJrd lo ^., 11 ^ ,(h dJr ..i\ ichvitlrn, vou cannot wonder tt vuuofur. brc.mnlirrd and ll.tlv**. It it A%  uch condition, that you will hod a cup of >'-! %  .:.. ol %  > ul value. VaH ?3s**?,*' ,n,MV "l' during thp day. dtlidMi \WM Ovmldnc il| l. c | p 0 maintain vourHnat*. /// J n '*" V ""' v ,Bl ( V ! %  high level. Prrp-iW / / from Nature', be.l food.. Owlur.,-' prortid / 100 per cent, concentrated :,.iri.hiwai to body, btainand ncrv*.. Moreover, it .uppto I'M'""'"'"'in in a form exceptionally eaiy lo digci A cup of Ovaltine i. very quickly pi*pand) and what a rapid improvement it can ovakalt u ^ your outlook and cheerfulne... \ SaU M aCTftf AI hm frv all Chimui and Sum. %  Drink delicious ^Ovaltine and note the lliffemut! LIGHT cSc POWER TROUBLE FREE "LISTERALTERNATOR SETS INSTAJ. I.M .W. DIESFL DKIMV ALTERNATORS / • K.W. / > .W. II 3 .W. ii .w. ; w. All rixnptflr wllk HwltrhbearSB aaa Aalawatle VelUir Mam COMPLZTC RANGE OF SPAKE PARTS IN STO. i HI: H I nit tints # %  * v## rm. DRIVE NOW WITH THAT "SAFETY SMILE FIT THE NEW ATLAS TYRES 10 ply 750 x 20 10 ply 600 x in |i ply I N \ io 4 ply o x 16 t niy 500 x 16 4 ply SBB nun t SSO BEAL£* %  S SO SIR>ICINTER Dial 3938 Upper RoebuJi S'



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%  .TOST-yP AVMAY 3. 19.-.0 CLASSIFIED ADS BARB.llMS U>\o< Ul Mt KENT MOUSFV PAGE SEVEN PF.RM.\.\I UC arr — credit IXOTTA BARKER i ge M M M| : T r**>*>* £. l ?*L Com-'two >> lu. ] brdl .. GMmv and .11 mod*. "" Ail AM drawing too bedroom,, dining room. m '!" 1**1*10*. i and O. Clarke ffS. AJJVOCA !" .Mooda, %  %  DIED "< with j Mroomi •oca For f„nh„ .', -TeatcM::* STTl. Mn-ro.1 Mjv" hi T,,..— at lU u clock ihi. < %  Jliii John* ParHh Chui %_-Iaj are inrtird aaalaa, Claude Cordon. Erf and IBM children. %  %  Sunny Si,), -Sh (NO IAIIOB HOUSE p— §ALE iJTDBOTTVE %  Morm Mmjr MM ,3 Price • %  00 Applv ""^ Oa.. Ltd Dial 47 *^m_Wt Morm Minor u irer. lou. caadlUff *• now. APPl' Ha. .HI ^M. Aurttoo Room*. Hardwood aaan dairy I • m Apart men 1 fumiahed 4 50— t t 4-M-l.f.n I'fotlnga. JORDAN' M %  ,eMM. to h.' " Won. *, MMtKBtn M y debt of s is irs.-— %  %  — niAmn c-uaanirr BAWCEH SU A| Now Orleena 2 i SwIn I fa** ?* g tving eredit |„ LOUISE BAl M V MoaMu RAJfCa BRATHWArrr 'HMvubl* lor her or anyi 'raettng any debt or debt. a wrlrti CAR!.TON C li v Mill Yard | 31 dai -.a. aaa Kmar.uel Go-don. P Walled %  Ml IrfMotn a. Sen. %  •llor. 3* hMM %  Eczema Ikh glands Made Adivc and Youthful Killed in 7 Minutes Vigour Restored in 24 Hours *Bd IN mi < II WITH BAKKMMts COAST • I \Tlo\ .. nat iha* -"ip throuah Iheir flatka... n Amer icon Doctor's Discovery Strengthens Blood, Nerves, Body, Memory, Brain, Muscles, and Endurance—Better Than Gland Operations. Thanka to tha dlaperer* of an tmrirtn Donor. It la now p n aOli for tka-a who i t-rl %  ramatrraiT old, Rn-wown and %  worn-out to riprrWnro aaain Iho thrill o( *rul Vtaour. Ambit inn. and Tit .lit*. La.1v Mor. 'T PCHI ic arr i^rrbv warnad -ur nrr. MON m-, M •to no. hold mtarli ma drb* or i.amr -inloby a ltlm idar >lnad by rrr **ad WAJ.TRR THOP-Ot*. Si Thomao TK PUBUC anh*r* read %  •alnn. mmrrodlt lo m> %  ••INA BATIION ol hold myarlr mnonalbW %  nyona alaw contrartu* •-ift m my name unloaa b a wrlM "i dor atanad b mr "*d RAWIX C. BATSON. IndurtnHun. i s so— a 3 Ktll %  %  Kabi V IS v Nixoderm Tor Jkist TaoMwIes-'" Seawall BLK i kMwet nmai K,,.!^ .toaii to n :x>itA NKBOUM IMS 1>. %  hold myaoU roaponaiblr |a* hr n elaa r,mi IMCIII.K an. debt r debta in n nam* unlaaa by Preoi Denaen mm, Mr i r.i %  M Kirlon. Mr* I AHHIVA1.S Bv n W I A L rni-.t Turp-n. Pamrlra Mil Find**! O' %  %  Ion, Johaon I V llor Juhanihi Boyi< %  H -rtlyn Lobo Kit-hard Lor-.. K.XI DavMI Tucker Ann U.i._.„ Mieha.-I Bayne, Bayno From A' John Oriflln. 0 „ i. C<,. ward HiiiMH.. |„. Dajuwn. ,. Adam | Fdilh Ubore. Qremaato: Erir Taylor. Leon T^ hw HUBI %  Wawood. I.. Bart-re Km. In t-iare Thompaon. M.-.u. Slinurr UaviJ Djpnnr C ._ H ll.ililr MiM >t %  I L.I, \ Sylvia Ja.k %  %  ADVERTISE... it pays fa divovrr*. whwb b> • tlmpla noaao Irratmrni and ran at ua,^ atcrctli OT in rone. qmckiT anno a aurpiu* nt TI • %  !! %  and an aOU.I j to BJr IM p*.urr Xo loncer la W ru aaa T e for ro to ruffrr r and Manhood, waeJt •irmory and Body. Barroaaneaa. Iwoura nlood, Bwkry Skts, Daocaaaloa and Ki Bleep. Inateod you ma rely tal homo traa'knrnt a Irw da' find llial *our vtaoai I awstsas Uaoo* wtw are aaS bafore tbatr tlaao. Keedown. and Won.-—* For h ia t eaii. Dr. T. A. % %  f, of Canada, re"•" %  T.wrwae: "M U only *-0 thia formula -nrvh the Mood a red rorpui llk-awte. a .. ftand antem TWO la folteoedby NDe-edea'"" ^d ambition, oarryuid to fct It t-r what your or*, yow a%  land artltltv and — and nritored. You .... and woman In mMldar oe m *'"* *idrly knovn Italian daator Dr out. Frail and Shrunken bodteu aoraf* Deed ,n Ml-WlahW HUB awildln, lallfalaMlT I Snd I %  irn-r, %  aill And youthful pt.yalalpoorr m thi. dbWOterr. wblrh build* paopla,Guaronteed To Work" J %  tiy BMtaa MM .,I?IlT^_"^. n r t '? *yt a aon*, Thlo .v.;rn d ^aiSt sif^-w,.'^^w?& s> •* wNMIIM.V. AT Kl 1>I CTaTJ I'lMll C. CARLTON BROWNE W'lullaislli A KrUil DniaTaTM -i (Hal mi Thai ..mpl. noou. tre.ltn.nt la InTaioaaont i"^'7S"t£"I&" *?•. P"*^ D tlon raay-to-laat tablet (or* and thouaanda Sr^JJTT.^SVl I*?**' n ta % %  rffa-tr who bar. uaed it aa< lhal II U lai ballrr ?,r^-"tL?iL d 1' %  '* ? ~* ro"'*. *".I.s..\ 1-VDV lii I "'I I IM...1 Ml laADV BVaa*0S| l-U>. UnliM.v l>DY IAADY I; %  i.viiv IADV HOIiNrn' SS KIVKHCltEST" tD GLAPSTONK" fy-OneMar.oe:-.**** '" %  nartlon BI lhp Mr.li, %  • Dkl ON 7 i .0 a. You ••tiiiattion A iiwiti iThahia'aii Vi-Tab W^EW rfralorea tfafiAooof anal Vllmtity SHIPPING NOT ICES CaiiadiuD National Steamships lh A r r :.".! Una IBth M-y .Mat May 3Mh J>uir aVw July ^.1 July tb July d Ana? With Aim SaJU .ail. HalWaa lUU.a ssth Anr. KMh May JTth 1 and May 3nj June Arrlrea B'aaa 10th Maw Tib laaV 30>h May and Jun. Slh June Hih Juno Btti JUJT ltlh July fin July '"i Aim. lab Ajar. .hh AUK. Salla • aaa MB May BTdaa at a.. •th May Ith M\ %  ath J IU loih Ju.u, n. uaaiaiT*** ,,um ">' OSceedUiB ?*** on Ih Pan %  ^dmg aoulpmem *,"_'** nBeoi .b %  •"•. the loan lo £•***% p. idiil • Bu '' %  nn -l inatalmeni. '-Bomaaof the tald Parl.h C A SK INNER. Voatry riark, St Andrew — S8BV-3n vutv mm HOUSE II 18T1NOS, R\Ril.\IMlS EXl i I : INT lTIMNE FII.I.V BTOOBBaf BAR I Ml Bl $5.M per Day A upward* iliirliulvr) A; > I | HOWELL < %  Rrh UARDCN1A W will Vinrani [ Thursday 4th mat I vrMDBa win aci* Caigo and Poaeei.gert for li-ldad SaMlng Saturday Slh M V MONKKA Carg .i Pai %  alSaaMa, h efj Data of BaJbral Id be aciv-aaa. ii t'MTEI) PIU.RIM S %  %  '* % % %  .,, %  •.. %  .. BaiUng tTiday fiCTW*-M* • ; 't *-.-*T Jaa, i,d ..I ihe 55a*i*to."r. UQU0B a. %  aaJ?*f*.', 61 WTAN1.KY >T?"' < %  l>qu, S,/* n-ntM u. i: aai. iS"" •* '> %  "'-" <" aa2."i SB; h ;!~'."' -^" %  a'SluKaU" •VuTS* •"SB THuMI-St.N •aayj "** *PP>kali.i -,ll n aaa_ ? %  Ucenjan,, "•Court. Dutrlrt A' •Bfi day o. Ma, IBM jjaOaaMp I aZL^ii'""-^*. BKATr -Tk„ __ I t *"*y"n I IK. iiLK.. THA.\WATLANTIOUE FRENCH LINE Satltnifi lo Trinidad Sailiuffg io Plviiiew**> May 11th 1930 May 24th 19S0 May 31st 1990 Jiiiu28th 1950 July 5th afioO a. ^e. Au ^ utt 2n >* %  •'50 August 9th T90 B B MlbR Kurd class passages are available at $240.00. LaagaBBwiati ran be made for your return passages from I %  ||and For further iwrticulars apply lo — & M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents. oil to Inspect our recent shipment ot wWmar IMUIUS THE (IMIIU EMPORIIOflj CCHTRAL FOUNDRY LTD -Paoraiiiowt COK.4EH OF BROAD k TUDOR STREETS. S4 IIOOI DAYS We o Nol Sell Books So Here is NUTRIMENT Insteid FAST ., Mufi Wheat. Kllm. fty. Cocoa. %  i < rd or Bacon, Table Margarine, Raisins, n Tin LaraVCH Ham In Tins, Corned Beef, CtSTwltL Cheese in Tins, Peanut Butter, Nutricia Milk, Ovaltine. Swcol BJatnltaB, Cream Crackers, Jam. Mormalada, Orange or Cr->nefruH Juice, Coc;i-Cil.i. I'nuapple Juice. WE SUPPLY — YOU PREPARE ./#.! %  Tuyior A SV-*.., #.//. IT* COT BITTER IT"% <.l I 11V'. POPUI ill IT'* (K(m> GINGER AEE



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HrilHi'Ml.i. M7 insm. Mwchtibm Quorate I'riff: FIVE CINTS Vrr .-,.1. ANADA-WEST INDIES SHIPPING [OFF RATION SUGAR FROM BARBADOS Ministry Of Food Warns Buyers (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON Mat 1 A LLEGATION has been brought io the notice of the Food Ministry that a Barbados firm lias emlc vnurcd tc sell M tr off rtlion in this country. ftc term* of the offer it is reported were ten pounds o( ngtr (or ten shillings, including postage, ur twenty puunds hr eighteen shillings. It unlikely there wffl |M many lakers, | If cTfHc A Pood Ministry ipnlmniin %JL iL%Ja pointed out this morning thai %  purchase by individuals of rationed goods from abroa tribunal I* 1> years' imprisonment for %  anon with the Germans, f Court announced that Uic ir-okl Commander-m-Chicf gjhajollni's "last gasp" army in F*sm Italy would be pardonflu y ears and 8 months of this |h he has already ln-en in I 'or over tour years, ihe Involved ii iurthci u %  detention. —Keuler W.L MayGet Better Offer -FOR SUGAR QUOTA (B* Our Own ( ui 1. spo.wlenll PORT-OF-SI>.\l\. M I hear from reliable here that there is "nuauitderstanding" whetbn an Australian agreement would have been reopened 11 Kingdom to give the Weal Indies .1 naW igar quota This,sources poi n ted Professor Beasley stated at the Grenada talks that Harold Robinson, leader of the delegation u I-ondon. in obviously good faith represented to the thai Waal Indian negotiation! were stultified in advance by Uv atnent that not even a ton of addltioi could be added io the W.I. quota without re-opening thi han aenai Beetle) explain visional under stand 1 rii; Food Ministr. as .: appi that position would arise only if the United Kingdom market exceeded ihe 2.325.000 ions taken as ait assessment of the Share "1 the Dominion and Colonial producers. As 1 reeun that the W.I. delegates leaving Tor the United Kingdom 111 a week's time, stand "a splendid chance" of getting a better offer Will Be Discussed In Commons Tory M.P. Wants Vssuranee From Griffiths SH1NGI I harbour him Hit ;l\ India Would Like To Tour The W.I. BOMBAY M.i An Indian Cricket IN. visit the West in %  Control hat in invitation lo In possible next winter A Mello. President of •!:. Board ol Control, said ,1 view here to-day India would be di thf w.-' indies, he add* would not be p. team until 1952 l)e Mello said would be vlailuig and it would be for the partv to go to thi d.es after then English lour. De Mello will dlgcuej del tour with the of the West Indies Hoard when it is in London ai the next meeting of the Imperial Cricket Conference —Kevlrr O Bangkok Meet Wilt Decide LAKE SUCCESS. May 2 Jommunist China's application (or membership of the united Nutions Economic Commission foi Asia and the Far East has been referred to the Commission's •ncctlng at Bangkok on Ma) H for a daclsion The application said Chi Chao Tine had been appointed CommuKruler. *' Another Passenger Ship For West Indies Team Friday LONDON. Ml The Weal Indies, who open their %  gains! Worcea-1 %  n Saturday, will choose 1 .mull the train trip to 1 '. Roy Marshall, who 11 ipeeted to rejoin the party on Tim AM the remaininc pli 111 — Keuter. Coa lition Govern m en I \o1 Favoured For U.K. LONDON ( BOTH GOVERN* BNT of Lordg tonight froaj Bed dee %  tntrnmeni for Brit* . %  Peai Lord 1 %  : to urjp the u issue an agreed itaftemtfM 1 meet trie econoinlc emergency and to form a Si iMiinent to camthem n*H %  SPORTS WINDOW M0U1 D*m# M ill • loMBftil Bhlurt... Ml IM -in .III IK> Uoubt no ill uia \u trp,>> their 4 c s o n %  1 1S1 Urffl iM V III C will h pMyed by fleodllgh I and M th* rir.i nn luon iaht. UW %  %  In >nr TnWr '.-.. V M C A %  Thr tf-. 'III 011%  00 and I II f JO I % %  [eetion %  .. "As far %  %  nug it" rs %  gad Lord Sails) %  In dealing with eancj I add think It li vet j wrong %  %  l 1 extremely bud : %  withdrew his nioiion. —(Reutcr.) -War With Russia Is Coming** SAVS G£N. KENNEV WICHITA, IN. lay S in wartime 1 declareWui with Rui conun*. with i;^. 1 The Ruatlai %  %  the W Club %  1 Tht %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  B*>e>ter, Russia Has Rocket Installations SAYS S T OWAWAV i Troni 1in t\\i ( in 1 •'-.|i.ni'leiit) LONDON, M.I\ 2. 'V*"' DANGEE ol Weal IneUan-Csmadian ahipplssi con mtiliiealionv In c.km<|t\\ 11 .it ;i roillt of restricluin-s •• .1 noil 1 Imporfa i-* ti \w raaaad in l*:irli;inicni. Th nlaaws • recenl rxprewslon "t eoeacani bj tl>c Berii awa h.iinhrr ni ComnMrcej and atmllar Institutiont In the Mi .! InaUsn rig. >h. r Goes >pping C U l %  %  %  %  euter Liberals Refuse to Join %  ; ; Conservatives Government Respoiisil)le For Riots Police luYrstigatt' Series Of Deulhs PARIS, afaj I : < -through illness ;md Kceldant, in which pretty 12year-old Anne MaHc Q her father, molhor. brother ano grandmother within a week aduatriauat, ad of lung trouble in a Pans End net on April 21 I 2. JOHANNES:. The IMVCII which nrxanlsod an Qllll Day strike. Eight days inter his ftve-ycarAlrn.i's' Natiorialis 1 'l.nri fell from his grandresponsible 101 tut nlght'l riola 'i 1 tlwi'l lap to the lloor and dleo which IAU91 Ofl udlof • brain haemorrhage. 13 Africans .... 25 When the doctor broke the new s 28 .French Une passenger ship. s .s. Colombie. winch du, m, BJl tw ser^-ed as a hosplal ship, will be back in sei AVIV ::,thi ii lht 10 Uw t %  __ww ser^-ed as a hosp tal ship, will be bacK in seiv :h0 hIicj **wen France Britain and the West Indies in n "' v lioveimiK-iit to visit jerustUem. ?*. (or the first time since 1939. Her skipper will b. >ln 0.rr. g ue wh„ !" de many .. ips to .he Wcs; .ndies. | ^'^—X^-' The Colonibie. whi;i I New Zea-[ til.' We*! [.,; :,, pt ..,.|, :. The LoIoiiLf'ie. • Hold German •*£, Industrialist fi seriously woundxl tor the "tragic evenl Commun:: t-l< Speech Convenli-n,' v %  and assent bl> %  on the 11 inn a rCKietitial ,n a %  L te atat. n( the boy's death, the grandmother. Madame Conde. aged 60. an-i %  he 38-year-old mother Susannr both collapsed. ITi?v died nxt day within three hours of each %  Tho women's bodies have been %  nt for ^ post mi /tern eteminalion -Reuter. LONDON. Ui ) Liberal Party todaj gave part) <"• %  ) lures for i.n .mti-Suci.i tion. I %  i '.hri-e hours' nieetmti <>i i r.ut> Coani Cnalrnun, Mr Clamant Da vies. said "the Liberal Par! assures Liberals in thi that it hoi no Lntenttc promisi'ig the Indflpenda L'baral P T> Liberals votes at the laat Gem but returned onl) nine to Parliament. In the new Pai hament these nine occup> ahnoal ,1 balance of uowet pas — (Rriili-i PHILADEJ ! %  %  %  Aniern.iM gaol bMvyei %  toat Biiasia hmm Innh r*wolMl Atallatlons in Ih< nreos aln \ .ml S" in tunuk, dsaacriblng .. ;i It li %  %  -. S i i mgh his law Pm let \nggm % %  ;'. tlons |>. Ar.' i — Krui. Canadian Wants U.N. Emergency Talks OTTAWA. May 2. Cordon Graydon, Opposition tf*roitre*ive Conierv.it, i eign affair* critic, raised to-day on Canada to seek an snwfoncj session ol the United N;<: I aral A a a un bly and Security Council "to'i courage nfeasd affot to preen t %  'hp peace —iii Hi. i l Coiombie" Back On Run (Our London Correspondent | LONDON. Apttl Eight Nutions Will Not Visit Jerusalem Missing Plane May Be Safe PARIS. Ma.v i A 'plane carry U|g 12 pajMruterri ihe French High Coiufor the Cameroon* anu >'x children, missing lince yeBter'''<> InM .onlaht toond with all .safe, according to ununnfirmed report* from Algler* ACCUSERS, LIARS WASHINGTON. May 2. Profesmi Owen L.iltn i Department Adviser on the F.i Kant, told a Senate Conmltte under oath today that pwiplc whi accuse him of being a Commun > are liar The Cemmittee Is Investigating a charge by Senator Joseph Mc Carlhv th..t the St.it' l>epartmi'iu Is harbouring Com munifcts Beater Girl Falulh \\ iiiiiulttl III KxjrloslOIl HONt %  'Honk K Ian %  rth The %  th-na M %  i. n Chinese i K. liter Flier Claims $300,060 • %  i %  %  %  n %  %  %  %  Keuler uranc %  I A I %  eng %  Mi %  i %  %  %  \<> Jesuits t7oirf*f7 IN SWITZERLAND VATH %  %  ^TTGART. May 2. £*> Sutes authuuties today before the undeigone many construction d changes since bar Brat voyage. He. two oriuinol tunnels have been replaced by "nc ol modern sirearneflcci of increasing tnc jeck aaani avauahVto pan .. ..... The layout ol the engine roo.r. •***£? b ss den SK h ais bcen ^ !" *< ,a !" ]' iu "* ; * %  > I. .aving of space and which ba^ been utilized to,refrtteratinj machines Tne ship a oule to earn lelriRcratcd carco U I %  i Str.ies. ItOArlL^'''' 1 1hv k "" : "^W-ui ,ia of u "Tn>an 5S^ lnd Clod for biibery "ttrender „l the exit ... K c "wKhy %  "'aclo ., und to )cl "• t act.o.1 from thjJWtont, ..ho have .[fciC !" aecuserl of offer. *. J! three former Jloc^i 1 "C>1* ^"W'^t bril "V..^" t hi """' '"r lover ^~ ,U <"1 aentences —Reuter ha TWO %  aaan Ei \lthouih Hit .ilonibie be e*senually a peesruser l-r with tiroiiimodjtioii lot 581 aaaaaagan .prrud avet mre cUwiCft. a certain amount m frrisht will br carried To tacilj Ute lo-idinii. a niodini. elcetrl -driven lu-idint i r •Ptandre and the Antilhof 20,000 tuns, will bB .. Iheeerrice. Fresh Hopes For State Treaty LONDON. M The Soviet Coveriiment h*^ proposed a further meeting of the Austrian Deputies for next TBurs;tead of May 22. ns proposed by the Western Dovcrnnient^ The Soviet proposal has aroused fresh hope for the conclusion of MC ARTHUR E SNOliNCES JAP COMMUNISTS Occupation Resistance U.K. Slr iit'tlit-iis Troop& In Masslatyi %  iPORI M Mnt. ni of hei iinti *. ., b) at ISM •nen. The rein (orcemai n u third Re I Mai tne t onan d< ",,|j nth t 1 vmoured "O*.IJ. now aarvmg in %  The*, !6th GUI '.i.-i Mil..nti | I r. J Kunti and iv.o Royal Ai. eu %  •> comhal menta in the % %  ••iilia%  !;eulfr RED CROSS ASK OUTLAW ATOM %  %  %  —Reutrr. Dean Favours Merc) killing %  %  %  I %  if %  %  % %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  ol hi> *udg.: i m.i FAMINE /^ CHINA UKII.) • % %  %  %  %  %  R 6&M jcw/y y/ss 4*46 s/ /// r /. TOKYO. May 2 Genera* Douglas McArthui. Allied Commandec la Japan, disclosed three anti-occupation inciBU a few hours after dtnoiincinK Japanese Communists to lead their nation "into an even greater disaitvi than her recent defeat" • Tht Ul by obiervers to Indieati the occu2 MINISTERS TOCKHi 'Miii %  ron %  %  ii' Hantht Austrian StateTreat v. it patlcn and to provide evidence of was mad? by Mr Geoi %  %  reported the Soviet Deputy .ion to take "direcl sctinr"— •DO students at Tohoku Northern itonshi'. shouted down General McAr-.'iur .-ind the Educat'onal l>r W C Eels, and %  n Cnicf. ed he had KOI 15 taleI I am provlnProfessor Curie Dismissed SAYS OFFICIAL PARIS The -*" M Frcdc ,nng against the befoi .in£ to Japsnete bo Government Comiai'.Te* sedian li refusing to consider amendments to the Tax Bill. *hich was rejected by the Upper House of the Dai day % %  %  telegram t wen jddiessed to Hi gadier Whitnev a* a ilent protest against his group continuing to advise'' the Government on such matters fS) Another instance of Japanese defying a oersonncl was dli %  Bead 12 Japanese to three >. %  labour for obstructing jeep during ant Brauons Sficaking on the third to-dav (icneral McAr Communist i^. the questutn whether any 'orujter be regar.v %  Should warrant he had Ihe utmost faith the Japanese people would proceed with wisdom —Reuter JtUil In Timr PAHIS. May 2. An aV Id Kiciuh bo> told the Kciins po. t %  V bourK %  "I '•) lim :.how a %  i.nls. But ; that the child did it at all b lf. are invevtlgatlng i M i A, train saw tho bar on %  %  tram pesM-i Heave Rmtrr Russian Walk On I \o. 22 LAKl May I M'l'.'.K \ IKi.lM \ ( IG IRETTES . ... -li.-* to 22. { \ The Russian \ •an %  %  — t Heater '"^O>0^'



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Cahib Qcdtinq H IS Eakllency ih.* I i and Mis Savage, arcompanlol by dpi. W Lambert alt IhAnnua) Menu.,, .if ihr British and FonKfr Bihlr Society at th.Y.M.CA. Hall last ninht That Worcester School R | HUM) who IK one of Ihtf rlovrn mm irlrtWd hM IBS Worcester leim lo play against ihr W.t ladkN i" their first fixture in Eng'nnil, went to school at the Kins Edwin. I V (.1 i Schoi with Mr. Graham Wilke-; I Muter at the laodge School. Ml Jhonnic Walker, who up to a short time ago was a Master at 1 and Com. Ralph A Beard. Aur King Edward VI Grammar School was founded in IM auch wi-ll hi i in Johajaaa EngUati IJterarv Wgvn %  \ %  Th* Ha The Lord B Hughe 1 *"When he won M li year ago In England visit* King Bdward vi Gra mm a i and gave a talk about thIndies whilen> Mr tlQWS the late Bishop of W a keen inti .-;l In tinschool Off To Norway M l; I flJD !>NS Assistant Representative of t| i Couix I Don and their two children Michael and Karen ore Barbados today on the rtr*l lap 01 thali Thv ira Oral flvlnsj to Ti and thence to Aritbn to tout %  -ran tanker which will tak %  ( to Norway % %  i in v, i.... %  parants Uva Carl Pan* M himself i.f N v\ %  %  ndJnfl two months with my parents—part of Uu %  and In i stay a M to Hiii hadoWV would bke to take Iho %  of an n Hiamtsrnca you'll fjmi'.rd Arrived Over The Week-End S TAY INC at the 0t> Hotel for two or three weeks are Mrs O P Bennett and her daughter Joan They arrived in Barbados over the week-end from Tnnnlad Station Manager In Scotland M R ANI> MRS, toon hy TC A. are sUvin* at th %  : %  Mi Mason in u Buti Man .i TC Aat 1 land and is on s They hj\. i Scotland vh|l Qaraawlns EverWiaUr For 16 Vnn M R. and UBS JOHN CRAJN who left over the week-end Antigua tntraruvit for New York, are en route to Uoslon. for an Indefinite *tay. Mr and Mrs c'raln have bean corollas' to Barbados every reai f.athe past sultesn jears to aps-in uuwinter raeatha awaj from the rolu ...nh. and they think Barb, doe .• c. s of the bad spots In th'. world. They wens staring at 'he. Oosan • Vlass Hots*, where rhey stay ssery yesr Viiited Her D.ufhter Wefe Hnf for Eatl#r Continuint H r Crib Tour M Jutt In Time M M M i I.F.KI.Y n %  HWIA I. %  %  Mr. Charles B Ife mil i from •on Mr. %  | 1 %  I Pal | feu I I %  %  Make Up Artisl i %  Mas Factor in Hida :, Utim %  %  %  %  %  Here For Holiday fLMU ERIC FOUNBON, D %  %  which f inold %  %  Mi ,,i d Ui T\ •' who luvt i%  %  %  turned '<> Caracas A Gentleman It M "Lady" U Annual H Hum and %  %  n ..' the DT ii Hall on IK.lI will b.gentleman, made up as a young iady I I %  to 'ii-inan wall known local trtbutlni tn the (how BS w.-l] Mr Tieil Ooddant. Mi IHi W W P Mi < T Allder. V | ( flethcll M r l' %  % %  %  En-route to Montreal M R AND MPS THBODORI HIM K wl o -.nurd ] B G b) B w I A .i'i. I hair three children m • thali %  "i.i Mi Mi %  'I'll : %  in H <; .,i"i ihe %  rl la leavo I %  .1 Trinidad fi>r a short %  After Two Weeks M ICUMD NKWSAM %  . 1 fur two %  returned to H G raatarda) ( " w i tinRoyal Bank Hit moth* B.i %  %  i nily, with v bo liii* iK-en itayuiii, wan For Summer Holidays M R PETER i %  i i .. i Big retui oed I %  TC A for lb iturdaj i' T.CA I loand hi si Phlll] For Grenndu Appointment %  hen on %  i n the Anulieaii i %  Idad Brat with ikii i *; tat m \> hti BcUni "i IBM M ISS M F KIRTON of Peronne. Worthing. |..,1:11.1.1111. Hi B 0 for the past two months has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Noel Fan oUying with her in Georgetown Parrar M> with Sprostons Ud in it a Recent Departures M R AND MRS VICTOR GILL who have been ho were among the recent departures from Cacral C*ill's brother ib with < • %  ffdando. s. %  Mr Herbert Masters ^ ELAIMI KINKKAI! ol month'i bolidaj in & rbodoi Oil returned b .VIA continuing her Car bbean by HUIA H %  Piedras. holidays with returned rn| They r.k Other lligl %  OfWarfl I H 1" II HK" H. I (utnrv law inti %  . a> sen ui pvrnstu* %  %  irm.*r> sue* %  . unUri tviin a olt If unit J"iin etes • *lia.r 0 Untl .^ R M r i IMl un • • i< ooaeuilni u iriai %  I 111!" •||(| H- we set rrir, inlglti Ot n „. '. • ont* luiiiia III iwitJ ft.I t* IMMI> %  Usur mil m. . l>ralilv II WeHon %  %  %  %  Lri as "i.i. Intransit I NTRANSIT by the %  land was c WUUi was met on board by Mr and Mrs Donald Barnes Her hus• and was also an intrans t passrnger through Barbados recently •dm Ms i BfaU %  Engineer, Cable M R l. V PRAT) and Wireles* and Un Pratt, an I b gland on DM "Ooli to" on 9 net uu board b] Ml i fr. Pratt Ii I'lio in, U Kngin.-ci Cable, al the local B At the Baggage Warehouse. • bj Mr A. <; I i w I i Ltd and Mrs Douglas and other member Of the stall Mi Pn %  is DM ars luvelloa in Portusal, and hil 10k ll i Hoaad fr.>Tn uu |0 1938 TO-M.IIT WKDNKSDAV i^ the gayest uiuhl CLUB MOKGAN DINE DANCE and be ENTERTAINED by ALICE ARMSTRONG at the Piano from 11 o'rlsM-k on In-niffhl \rill SSBSSBT! LANDY DeMONTBRl'V and his Jeffrey Radio Troupo 0 M.M.nluhl Mi lUUllnl l.snrlng and Fiollr • Steaks. Hai Dot. lUmbursers and. If early jrmal* don I ral II all # Blark I'M. M.i A Sou.r Come :ind join Tint WTDVESTiAV. MAY j ,aj, 1.9.0IH-; TODAY al •'> and H-30 p.m (IJISI Shouls,) NORMA SHEAI'.KR and TYRONE POWER m mam Cbdobuddn (MM) lo Cable linicel ST. asMRUBM I ADMISSION ail *' %  PS.—And how About s ttoonlirht Tlrnlr lomorrou or laler? Thone HI9II and IN will lls the Kals TOMRE X.30. JEFFREYS BBSS \ \KII.TIEs. u| I.XNDY DE MONTBBl'S and srieral olhrr IrajZ Arlisln Rrlain your hall latkatt lonilr lor yon may ,t a ce of lelmj'l "rrr and or a complimentary^ WIVMKS LAST NIGHT. JEFFKV'S HEIR I ONTtsJ I Year (•mpllmrnnn lo Ui. GLOBE. Mr LGBCRT MELLoa, I tale JIHKEV s BEEE-Mn. IEIS GASKI^ !" 1 ATTEND TONITES SHOW ANTI 1N A PBIZr. SlartinB FRIDAY STH al I and UI p. m BATTI.E C.ROtSD" )i B^ THK \\ U T I man in I Mr Altlnil I Monday he bai been llvlajj la a kennel on waste sjround m %  the Kanchestei Unlti %  i this nun nlng be sad •• %  n lajnkinsj h i %  %  i rone th>ousjhi .. n hltn then is a doc in ..tch. >minfi fbahf A LBCTURU %  the ottM daj thai people m w have no %  %  %  looj btb. t.l „ drive ssad t. cut t.t.i UmeenUaJ i i wh..h> p issag M '""n syri p| and oooeartoi B) m %  thing oould i mlnuti ( In th' i 4. roil 10 :.;| inphonj i '•' % %  ui to Kei i er aolng nuelv • Tlw \' ,,( which teas a lo the Qovernlnjj u o ^ > l N %  >L thai the i. %  %  %  %  I a ^ M not, ..N i.t |i %  manatlon ir psychic but %  Isnglhsa. srlei Mr Wai %  . .. %  an in Ucie to s p peai la ins I Luded iit.ti it was H spli it 11 srler The explana* I-**t week Ihe use ol brown wai led then Ilv I" in In mil In i I The IUBIII-W. ilt lini.ni going his rounds while partaking Ol his | spill h.' Uittle of beer OVOI the bowltU ThlnklaJ d was the i>ersonal pro%  'inboys, ha i< I it with Ihe butte. %  Mr WaiINSSS the iie.n.-st to the B kea %  i Bi hoi Ii 11M buttai fi i gotttni lo drj it ivit It o i rofl %  wardrobe, thli %  batonjad t> thai boy There tlv %  bowka Curum/t! *nti gii si i);.' School I 1 CooaaVy a> h o translute.i 11 d* reaii a la fluancicrc as "the sadla nf ihe call t the baakarAi wife" was perhaps protesting. • I have so long clone in vain against this iiomensc on menu Kiriuh t.i eauna of good food and gruvd ctH.kiti. but wh> should it l-e the limguage ot bad food and bad cooking" What does saytMOj %  tain to calling horseT boeuf a la ititi.CeMore amusing Is the compromise le hash. \i)t \ I II IIJ l MM >IA (Members Only) M \ I l\l I lll))\, mi | p.m. MiMi.MI .ml TOM4IKKOW NKillT At 8.30 %  I>\\<.i | iVOM \Nwith BRBKDA JOYCE DON PORTER K .. HKitiNK HUNTER MTl.l.i PLA2-A in .1 MM h Kf*.er vali.>n Wrd A Thuro: ^ -V S pi IMl .1 I I. MIS.. HVSII •iKi rtx* wi.f Aettoq 1U1.IAN 1,1 N TALK DStANO "1'i.MM. > Kli>\, -.II, uisrs. ItflJ OVaUMl oi mi in. HI nan. MO 'HNS OltVta IVrlAVllXAKD ROYAL THEATRE III Ml.111 \T •]• IKIMIiMiIMH-IT Ml I \l VI-SONI l.NS LORD Ell null D -Mil :n i v sr.ni ,ri.LOR] %  [ R1NIDAD MIln.KI MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS Ill's Al Worthings \> MM 1 I II .W-Ci-M I'l-Vhll John UAKTUSJ). Ulll I-AIAHI: BODY AND SOUL rniMIMD I'AI IIMiM \NKMPinK Columbia Plciurri PTMTKI JOLSON SINGS AGAIN atarting: l-.1T. PARKS. Hailwra HAl-t, IIOXV The Time of Your Life %  I Ml,. %  % % %  |-.\. St.. w •> %  iviif. Mi iHKIS rniRMit, \ii. HI it>. ski %  KiMi.M. o/u rvajomaHi OLYMPIC 1-AiiT TWO SHOWH TOR At TOO AT IU1IM1 *i>iln a |i.| FtruU ln^ I'nhxibU SnUI TOni N:.\l.. JIMSJ <-I^RK BRUCE GENTRY Youan*M'*' ch3rm • ,„a feminine .'>" \ bcury.Leatn me ncc tec ||ote4aidsstl ; MaxFtMrMb" 1 *' • Scv,.al^.lyCl^. Persona! .nstniction.Youllreetivc your own color harmony make-up chan ...FRUt fealurlng*' t 7rR,.Mi''WKo R / llMMll "If Yo. II!"' 'I"" 1 "" A;.I SCHOOL OF MAKEUP... AT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. Lit] TO-DAY and TO-MORROW al 9.30 a.m. andlM In a l-rosranuiir ol Ihr I alrsl t'AI.VI'SOl v Srr and llrar Ihr TKINIllAll MB&saBT*—I frrl 1 Inch Ull HHCts lit 1. Il.mu is. Balcony itr: Bosr. lh \IUHI\i ItAIMAI BEGAL -•/ \n •• HOYS' SHIMS J.iU BLUE WHITE TAN . Hi KAD1AC PIQUE DRESS SHIRT i nil M; \l I \I mi, %.%. ISt EVANS m WIIITFIELDS NOMV'S The Best Time to PAINT YOUR HOUSE \ ui c rimr ol Rrad> %  I ii. and malrrlal auaplird h> Ihr lotrmoat manatarturrrs to rl~ci front. II k n nun: .ili.ii ou Mir thr Surfacr <•"" .r||| ret thnr .1 ,.„, 1I\KHH\KI HUM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. Jhinkwq a fapuq&AjaJbA 9 Hal 4283 You can then be assured of First Class Quality / v>ii QffiBbENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS '" CMH and Whi.e with or without Locks • aWMMInlj Sralrd Ml • | Yr.r Cuaranlrr. All S.l OrV** • Kcoimmical to upvrato. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED THE CORNER STORE j. > r>


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Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Wednesday, May 03, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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Quorate
I'riff:
FIVE CINTS
Vrr .-,.1.
ANADA-WEST INDIES SHIPPING
[OFF RATION SUGAR
FROM BARBADOS
Ministry Of Food
Warns Buyers
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON
Mat 1
ALLEGATION has been brought io the notice of the Food !
Ministry that a Barbados firm lias emlc vnurcd tc sell
Mtr off rtlion in this country.
ftc term* of the offer it is reported were ten pounds o(
ngtr (or ten shillings, including postage, ur twenty puunds
hr eighteen shillings.
It unlikely there wffl |M
many lakers,
| If cTfHc A Pood Ministry ipnlmniin
%JL iL%Ja pointed out this morning thai
purchase by individuals of ration-
ed goods from abroa from a sterling urea m not is
ilk gal and any person known io
make such purchases will be liable
to prosecution
The present price of sugar here.
which is strictiv rattoMd to hall
pound per person weakly, is live
pence per pound.
The only way in which sugar
may be sent from at.....id Is .1- ao
and anj
packages thus sent must be clearly
marked "gift parcel".
ILK.
axation Talks
With Brazil
LONDON. May 2
Bntaia has asked the Brar'han
at to start talks on
_ taxation agreement This
moouncrd in the House of
today by the Flnanc'al
to the British Treasury.
Douglas Jay. in reply to a
JJn. Jay said that Britain was
Brazilian suggestion
|B start of negotiations
d further whethn it was true
I negotiations had been golne
pfx about a year, and whether
1 Foreign Office ilive <
haiency of this matter in view
[flte crushing taxation in Brazil
a" the serious 'hreat to some of
Ssfms". Mi. Jay replied: "Yes
Bfcfc the importance of this
r is fully realised "
Renter.
[France Prepares
I For ShowdoH n
By HAROi.li KING
PARIS. May 2.
Kike French Government is pre-
g (or a very frank showdown
Qha American and British
1 over Indo-China at
laaference of the three F01-
I'SHnWers in London next
I It was learned from the
LeWPTis today that Kolx-i 1
k Intends to put the point
_Btly, cither the United
I derides to give Fiance suh-
] and prompt aid in do-
l todo-China against Com-
I aggression or else Fram.i
I awe. to envisage bringing to
her effort-* to hold tho
strategic line in Indo-
ft aaaided keoter.
khni Sentenced
fc 19 Years Jail
ROME. May 2
Israhal Godollo Graziani.
1 the great figures
*B Fascism, was tonight
____I by ai mllitar> tribunal
I* 1> years' imprisonment for
anon with the Germans,
f Court announced that Uic
ir-okl Commander-m-Chicf
gjhajollni's "last gasp" army in
F*sm Italy would be pardon-
flu years and 8 months of this
|h he has already ln-en in
I 'or over tour years, ihe
Involved ii iurthci u
' detention.
Keuler
W.L May-
Get Better
Offer
-FOR SUGAR QUOTA
(B* Our Own ( ui 1. spo.wlenll
PORT-OF-SI>.\l\. M
I hear from reliable
here that there is "nuauitder-
standing" whetbn an Australian
agreement would have been re-
opened 11 Kingdom
to give the Weal Indies .1 naW
igar quota
This,- sources pointed
Professor Beasley stated at the
Grenada talks that Harold Rob-
inson, leader of the
delegation u I-ondon. in obvious-
ly good faith represented to the
thai Waal Indian
negotiation! were stultified in
advance by Uv atnent that
not even a ton of addltioi
could be added io the W.I. quota
without re-opening thi
han aenai
Beetle) explain
visional under stand 1 rii;
Food Ministr. as .: appi
that position would arise only if
the United Kingdom market
exceeded ihe 2.325.000 ions taken
as ait assessment of the Share "1
the Dominion and Colonial pro-
ducers.
As 1 reeun
that the W.I. delegates leaving
Tor the United Kingdom 111 a
week's time, stand "a splendid
chance" of getting a better offer
Will Be Discussed
In Commons
Tory M.P. Wants Vssuranee
From Griffiths
SH1NGI I
harbour him Hit
;l\
India Would
Like To Tour
The W.I.
BOMBAY M.i .
An Indian Cricket IN.
visit the West in

Control hat in invita-
tion lo In
possible next winter A
Mello. President of !:.
Board ol Control, said ,1
view here to-day
India would be di
thf w.-' indies, he add*
would not be p.
team until 1952
l)e Mello said
would be vlailuig
and it would be
for the partv to go to thi
d.es after then English lour. De
Mello will dlgcuej del
tour with the
of the West Indies Hoard when it
is in London ai the next meeting
of the Imperial Cricket Conference
Kevlrr
O
Bangkok Meet
Wilt Decide
LAKE SUCCESS. May 2
Jommunist China's application
(or membership of the united
Nutions Economic Commission foi
Asia and the Far East has been
referred to the Commission's
ncctlng at Bangkok on Ma) H
for a daclsion
The application said Chi Chao
Tine had been appointed Commu-
Kruler.
*' Another Passenger
Ship For West Indies
Team Friday
LONDON. Ml
The Weal Indies, who open their
gains! Worcea-1
n Saturday, will choose 1
.mull the train trip to 1
'.
Roy Marshall, who 1-
1 ipeeted to
rejoin the party on Tim
AM the remaininc pli
111 Keuter.
Coa lition Govern m en I
\o1 Favoured For U.K.
LONDON (
BOTH GOVERN* BNT
of Lordg tonight froaj Bed dee
tntrnmeni for Brit* Peai
Lord 1 : to urjp the
u issue an agreed itaftemtfM 1
meet trie econoinlc emergency and to form a Si
iMiinent to cam- them n*H

SPORTS
WINDOW
M0U1 D*m#
.....M ill
loMBftil Bhlurt-
... .
Ml IM -in .III ik>
Uoubt no ill uia \u trp,>> their
4
c s o n

1 1S1 Urffl
iM V III
C
will h pMyed by fleodllgh
I and M th* rir.i nn luon iaht.
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In >nr TnWr
'.-.. V M C A .

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'III 011-
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II f JO
I
[eetion
..
"As far
nug it" rs
gad
Lord Sails)

In dealing with
eancj I add
think It li vet j wrong

l 1
extremely bud :
withdrew his nioiion.
(Reutcr.)
-War With
Russia Is
Coming**
SAVS GN. KENNEV
WICHITA, in. lay S
in wartime
1
declare- Wui with Rui
conun*. with i;^. 1
The Ruatlai


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Club

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B*>e>ter,
Russia Has Rocket
Installations
SAYS STOWAWAV
i Troni 1in t\\i ( in 1 '-.|i.ni'leiit)
LONDON, m.i\ 2.
'V*"' DANGEE ol Weal IneUan-Csmadian ahipplssi con
mtiliiealionv In c.km- <|t\\ 11 .it ;i roillt of restricluin-s .1
noil 1 Imporfa i-* ti \w raaaad in l*:irli;inicni.
Th nlaaws recenl rxprewslon "t eoeacani bj tl>c Berii
awa h.iinhrr ni ComnMrcej and atmllar Institutiont In the
Mi .! InaUsn
rig.
>h.
r Goes
>pping
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Liberals
Refuse to Join ; ;
Conservatives
Government
Respoiisil)le
For Riots
Police luYrstigatt'
Series Of Deulhs
PARIS, afaj I
:
< -through illness
;md Kceldant, in which pretty 12-
year-old Anne MaHc Q
her father, molhor. brother ano
grandmother within a week
aduatriauat,
ad of lung trouble in a Pans
End net on April 21
I 2.
JOHANNES:.
The ImvcIi
which nrxanlsod an Qllll
Day strike. Eight days inter his ftve-ycar-
Alrn.i's' Natiorialis1 'l.nri fell from his grand-
responsible 101 tut nlght'l riola 'i 1 tlwi'l lap to the lloor and dleo
which IAU91 Ofl udlof brain haemorrhage.
13 Africans .... 25 When the doctor broke the new s
28
.French Une passenger ship. s.s. Colombie. winch du, m, BJl
tw ser^-ed as a hosplal ship, will be back in sei
AVIV
::,thi ii lht 10
Uw t
__- ww ser^-ed as a hosp tal ship, will be bacK in seiv :h0 hIicj
**wen France Britain and the West Indies in n "'v' lioveimiK-iit to visit jerustUem.
?*. (or the first time since 1939. Her skipper will b.
>ln 0.rr.gue wh de many .. ips to .he Wcs; .ndies. | ^'^X^-'
The Colonibie. whi;i I New Zea-[
til.' We*! [.,; :,, pt ..,.|, :.
, The LoIoiiLf'ie.
Hold German *,
Industrialist
fi
seriously woundxl
tor the "tragic evenl
Commun:: t-l<
Speech Convenli-n,' v

and assent bl>
.
on the 11
inn a rCKietitial ,n
a
-Lteatat.
n( the boy's death, the grandmoth-
er. Madame Conde. aged 60. an-i
he 38-year-old mother Susannr
both collapsed. ITi?v died nxt
day within three hours of each

Tho women's bodies have been
"nt for ^ post mi /tern etemina-
lion -Reuter.
LONDON. Ui )
. Liberal
Party todaj gave
part) <") -
lures for i.n .mti-Suci.i
tion.
I ' i '.hri-e hours' nieetmti <>i
i r.ut> Coani
Cnalrnun, Mr Clamant Da vies.
said "the Liberal Par!
assures Liberals in thi
that it hoi no Lntenttc
promisi'ig the Indflpenda
L'baral P
T> Liberals
votes at the laat Gem
but returned onl) nine
to Parliament. In the new Pai
hament these nine occup> ahnoal
,1 balance of uowet pas
(Rriili-i
PHILADEJ !


Aniern.iM gaol bMvyei
toat Biiasia hmm Innh r*wolMl
Atallatlons in Ih<
nreos aln \
.ml S"
in tunuk, dsaacriblng
.. ;i It li --. .
Si i
mgh his law
.
Pm let
\nggm
;'.
tlons |>. .
Ar.' i
Krui. '
Canadian Wants U.N.
Emergency Talks
OTTAWA. May 2.
Cordon Graydon, Opposition
tf*roitre*ive Conierv.it, i
eign affair* critic, raised to-day on
Canada to seek an snwfoncj
session ol the United N;<: I
aral Aaaunbly and Security Coun-
cil "to'i courage
nfeasd affot' to preen t 'hp peace
iii Hi. i
*lCoiombie" Back On Run
(Our London Correspondent |
LONDON. Apttl
Eight Nutions Will
Not Visit Jerusalem
Missing Plane
May Be Safe
PARIS. Ma.v i
A 'plane carry U|g 12 pajMruterri
ihe French High Coiu-
for the Cameroon* anu
>'x children, missing lince yeBter-
'''<> InM .onlaht toond with all
.safe, according to un-
unnfirmed report* from Algler*
ACCUSERS, LIARS
WASHINGTON. May 2.
Profesmi Owen L.iltn i
Department Adviser on the F.i
Kant, told a Senate Conmltte
under oath today that pwiplc whi
accuse him of being a Commun >
are liar The Cemmittee Is Inves-
tigating a charge by Senator
Joseph Mc Carlhv th..t the St.it'
l>epartmi'iu Is harbouring Com
munifcts Beater
Girl Falulh
\\ iiiiiulttl
III KxjrloslOIl
HONt

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The
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K. liter
Flier Claims
$300,060

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IN SWITZERLAND
VATH


^TTGART. May 2.
*> Sutes
authuuties today
before the
undeigone many construction d
changes since bar Brat voyage. He.
two oriuinol tunnels have been re-
placed by "nc ol modern sirearn-
eflcci of increasing tnc jeck aaani
avauahVto pan
.. ..... The layout ol the engine roo.r.
***? bssden sk h aisbcen ^*<,a-]'iu"*;
*> I. .aving of space and which ba^
been utilized to,- refrtteratinj
machines Tne ship a
oule to earn lelriRcratcd carco
U
I i Str.ies.
ItOArlL^''''1" 1hv -k"":"-
^W-ui ',ia of u "Tn>an
5S^lnd,Clod for biibery
"ttrender l the exit
... K*c"- wKhy
"'aclo ., und to)cl
" t act.o.1 from th-
jJWtont, ..ho have .-
[fciC * aecuserl of offer.
*. J! three former
Jloc^i1" "-
C>1* ^"W'^t bril
"V..^"t'hi"""' '"r lover
^~,U<"1 aentences
Reuter
ha two
aaan
Ei
\lthouih Hit .ilonibie
be e*senually a peesruser l-r
with tiroiiimodjtioii lot 581
aaaaaagan .prrud avet mre
cUwiCft. a certain amount m
frrisht will br carried To tacilj
Ute lo-idinii. a niodini. elcetrl
-driven lu-idint i be.-M inlrodu.;*d *!
CMbled m*ii* ol lht
winehe* and derrieai I* b.' di*
pensed ilh
, Th.
.'.'"'" '
Trlnklad and Barbado*
Next year hwn '>r"
Ptandre and the Antilh-
of 20,000 tuns, will bB ..
Iheeerrice.
Fresh Hopes For
State Treaty
LONDON. M
The Soviet Coveriiment h*^
proposed a further meeting of the
Austrian Deputies for next TBurs-
;tead of May 22.
ns proposed by the Western Dov-
crnnient^
The Soviet proposal has aroused
fresh hope for the conclusion of
MC ARTHUR E SNOliNCES
JAP COMMUNISTS
Occupation Resistance
U.K. Slr iit'tlit-iis
Troop& In Masslatyi
iPORI M
Mnt.
ni of hei iinti *.
., b) at Ism
nen.
The rein (orcemai n u
third Re I Mai tne t onan.....d<
",,- |j nth t1
vmoured "o*.ij. now aarvmg in

The*,
!6th GUI '.i.-i Mil..nti | I r.j
Kunti and iv.o Royal Ai.
eu > comhal
menta in the 'iilia-
!;eulfr
RED CROSS ASK
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TOKYO. May 2
Genera* Douglas McArthui.
Allied Commandec la Japan, dis-
closed three anti-occupation inci-
BU a few hours after
dtnoiincinK Japanese Communists
. to lead their nation
"into an even greater disaitvi
than her recent defeat"
Tht Ul
by obiervers to Indieati
the occu-
2
MINISTERS
TOCKH- i
'Miii
ron

ii' Han-
tht Austrian State- Treat v. it patlcn and to provide evidence of
was mad? by Mr Geoi reported
the Soviet Deputy .ion to take "direcl sctinr"
-----------
DO students at Tohoku
Northern itonshi'.
shouted down General
McAr-.'iur .-ind the Educat'onal
l>r W C Eels, and

n Cnicf.
- ed he had koi 15 tale-
I I am provln-
Professor Curie
Dismissed
SAYS OFFICIAL
PARIS
The -*"
M Frcdc ,nng against the
befoi .-
in to Japsnete
bo Government
Comiai'.Te* sedian li refusing to consider
amendments to the Tax Bill.
*hich was rejected by the
Upper House of the Dai
day

telegram t wen jddiessed to
Hi gadier Whitnev a* a ilent
protest against his group con-
tinuing to advise'' the Govern-
ment on such matters
fS) Another instance of
Japanese defying a
oersonncl was dli
Bead 12
Japanese to three >..
labour for obstructing
jeep during ant
Brauons
Sficaking on the third
to-dav (icneral McAr
Communist i^.
the questutn whether
any 'orujter be regar.v

Should warrant
he had Ihe
utmost faith the Japanese people
would proceed with wisdom
Reuter
JtUil In Timr
PAHIS. May 2.
An aV Id Kiciuh bo>
told the Kciins po.
t
V
bourK "I ') lim :.- how a
.i.nls.
But ;
that the child did it at all b
lf. are invevtlgatlng
i M i A,
train saw tho bar on


tram pesM-i Heave Rmtrr
Russian Walk
On I \o. 22
LAKl May I
M'l'.'.K \ IKi.lM \ ( IG IRETTES
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The Russian \
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PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Cahib Qcdtinq
HIS Eakllency ih.* I i
and Mis Savage, arcompanlol
by dpi. W Lambert alt
Ih- Annua) Menu.,, .if ihr British
and FonKfr Bihlr Society at th.-
Y.M.CA. Hall last ninht
That Worcester School
R| HUM) who Ik one of Ihtf
rlovrn mm irlrtWd hM IBS
Worcester leim lo play against
ihr W.t ladkN i" their first
fixture in Eng'nnil, went to school
at the Kins Edwin. I V (.1 i
Schoi
with Mr. Graham Wilke-; I
Muter at the laodge School. Ml
Jhonnic Walker, who up to a short
time ago was a Master at 1
and Com. Ralph A Beard. Aur -
King Edward VI Grammar
School was founded in IM
auch wi-ll hi i
in Johajaaa EngUati
IJterarv Wgvn
\

Th* Ha The Lord B
Hughe1*"When he won M li
year ago In England visit*
King Bdward vi Grammai
and gave a talk about th-
Indies while- n>
Mr tlQWS
the late Bishop of W
a keen inti .-;l In tin- school
Off To Norway
Ml; I flJD !>NS Assistant
Representative of t| i
Couix I
Don and their two children
Michael and Karen ore
Barbados today on the rtr*l lap 01
thali
Th- v ira Oral flvlnsj to Ti
and thence to Aritbn to tout
-ran tanker which will tak
......( to Norway i in v,
i.... parants Uva Carl Pan* m
himself i.f N
v\ ndJnfl two months
with my parentspart of Uu

and In i
stay a
M
to Hiii -
hado- WV would bke to take Iho

of an n......
Hiamt-
srnca
you'll fjmi'.rd
Arrived Over The
Week-End
STAY INC at the 0t>
Hotel for two or three weeks
are Mrs O P Bennett and her
daughter Joan They arrived in
Barbados over the week-end from
Tnnnlad
Station Manager In
Scotland
MR ANI> MRS,
toon hy TC A. are sUvin* at th
:

Mi Mason in u Buti Man .- i
TC A- at 1
land and is on s
They hj\.
i
Scotland vh|l
Qaraawlns
Ever- WiaUr For 16 Vnn
MR. and UBS JOHN CRAJN
who left over the week-end
Antigua tntraruvit
for New York, are en route to
Uoslon. for an Indefinite *tay.
Mr and Mrs c'raln have bean
corollas' to Barbados every reai
f.a- the past sultesn jears to aps-in
uu- winter raeatha awaj from the
rolu ...nh. and they think Barb,
doe . c. s of the bad spots In th'.
world. They wens staring at 'he.
Oosan Vlass Hots*, where rhey
stay ssery yesr
Viiited Her D.ufhter Wefe Hnf for Eatl#r Continuint Hr Crib Tour
M
Jutt In Time
MM M i i.f.ki.y n
HWIA I.

Mr. Charles B Ife mil
i from
on Mr.
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Mas Factor
in Hi-
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Here For Holiday
fLMU ERIC FOUNBON, D

which
f in- old ' -
Mi ,,i d Ui T\ '
who luvt i-

turned '<> Caracas
A Gentleman It M "Lady"
U
Annual H Hum and


n ..' the dt ii Hall on
IK.lI will b.- -
gentleman, made up as a young
iady
I I to
'ii-inan
wall known local
trtbutlni tn the
(how BS w.-l] Mr Tieil
Ooddant. Mi I- Hi w W
P Mi < T Allder.
V | (
flethcll M r l'

En-route to Montreal
MR AND MPS THBODORI
HIM K wl o -.nurd ]
B G b) B w I A .i'i.
I hair three children m thali
"i.i Mi Mi 'I'll
: .
in H <; .,i"i ihe rl la leavo
I .1
Trinidad
fi>r a short

After Two Weeks
MICUMD NKWSAM
. . 1
fur two returned
to h G raatarda) (" "w *
. i .
tin- Royal Bank Hit moth*
B.i

i nily, with v bo
liii* iK-en itayuiii, wan
For Summer Holidays
MR PETER i i
i
.. i Big retui oed
I
TC A for lb
.
iturdaj i'
T.CA I loand hi
si Phlll]
For Grenndu Appointment

hen on

i
n the Anulieaii
i
Idad Brat
with ikii
i
*; .
tat m \> hti
BcUni "i
IBM
MISS M F KIRTON of
Peronne. Worthing.
|..,1:11.1.1111. Hi B 0 for the
past two months has been visiting
her daughter Mrs. Noel Fan .
oUying with her in Georgetown
Parrar m> with Sprostons Ud
in it a
Recent Departures
MR AND MRS VICTOR GILL
who have been ho
were among the recent
departures from Cacral
C*ill's brother ib with <
ffdando. s.

Mr Herbert Masters Mi An Maingot of Tninda i- in Intcrnatior.ally known Bgure;
and Mr. J Judge, special advis-r
foi Stullinghurst and ('." HM
larsjs Ltapuftlng House ol
Uvatni -
MR AND MRB
MITIHU.I .,:
I Vfl^>^ ELAIMI KINKKAI! ol
..... month'i bolidaj in & rbodoi Oil
returned b .VIA continuing her Car bbean
by huia H

Piedras. ___
holidays with
returned
rn| They
r.k Other
lligl

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law inti

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.
unUri tviin a olt
If unit J"iin etes *-
lia.r 0
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IMl un i<
ooaeuilni u iriai
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H- we set
rrir, inlglti Ot ,n. '. .
ont* luiiiia iii iwitJ
ft.I t* IMMI>

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l>ralilv ii
WeHon


Lri as "i.i.
Intransit
Intransit by the
land was
c WUUi
was met on board by Mr and
Mrs Donald Barnes Her hus-
and was also an intrans t pas-
srnger through Barbados recently
' - dm Ms i BfaU

Engineer, Cable
MR l. V PRAT)
and Wireles* and Un
Pratt, an I b gland on
Dm "Ooli to" on 9
net uu board b] Ml
i fr. Pratt Ii
I'lio in, U Kngin.-ci Cable, al
the local B
At the Baggage Warehouse.
bj Mr A. <;
I
i w I i Ltd and
Mrs Douglas and other member
Of the stall
Mi Pn '' is dm ars
luvelloa in Portusal, and hi- l
10k ll
i Hoaad fr.>Tn uu
|0 1938
TO-M.IIT
WKDNKSDAV
i^ the gayest uiuhl
CLUB
MOKGAN
DINE
DANCE
and be
ENTERTAINED
by
ALICE ARMSTRONG
at the Piano
from
11 o'rlsM-k on
In-niffhl
\- rill sSbssbT!
LANDY DeMONTBRl'V
and his Jeffrey Radio Troupo
0 M.M.nluhl Mi lUUllnl
l.snrlng and Fiollr
Steaks. Hai Dot.
lUmbursers
and. If early jrmal*
don I ral II all
# Blark I'm.M.i A Sou.r
Come :ind join Tin- t
WTDVESTiAV. MAY j ,aj,
1.9.0IH-;
TODAY al '> and H-30 p.m (Ijisi Shouls,)
NORMA SHEAI'.KR and TYRONE POWER m
mam Cbdobuddn
(MM) lo Cable linicel
ST. asMRUBM I
ADMISSION ail *'
PS.And how About s
ttoonlirht Tlrnlr lo-
morrou or laler?
Thone HI9II and IN
will lls the Kals
TOMRE X.30. JEFFREYS BBSS \ \KII.TIEs. u|
I.XNDY DE MONTBBl'S and srieral olhrr IrajZ
Arlisln
Rrlain your hall latkatt lonilr lor yon may ,t
a ce of lelmj'l "rrr and or a complimentary^
WIVMKS LAST NIGHT. JEFFKV'S HEIR I ONTtsJ
I Year (mpllmrnnn lo Ui. GLOBE. Mr LGBCRT MELLoa,
I tale JIHKEV s BEEE-Mn. IEIS GASKI^1
ATTEND TONITES SHOW ANTI 1N A PBIZr.
SlartinB FRIDAY STH al I and UI p.m.
BATTI.E C.ROtSD"
)i
B^ THK \\ U
TI man in
I Mr Altlnil
I
Monday he bai been llvlajj la a
kennel on waste sjround m

the Kanchestei Unlti

i this nun nlng be -
sad
n lajnkinsj h i

i rone th>ousjhi
.. n hltn then
is a doc in .-
.tch.
>minfi fbahf
ALBCTURU the ottM
daj thai people m w have no


looj
btb. t.l
drive '
ssad t. cut t.t.i UmeenUaJ i i
wh..h> pissagM '""n syri p|
and oooeartoi B) m

thing oould i
mlnuti (
In th'
i 4. roil 10 :.;|
- inphonj i''
ui to Kei i er aolng
nuelv
Tlw \ DK SMAH r-Al.l.K'K issued o
tatan i a p>'
,,( which teas a
lo the Qovernlnjj u o ^ > l
N
>l thai
the i.
'
I a ^ m not, ..n i.t |i
. manatlon ir psychic
but Isnglhsa.
srlei Mr Wai
. ..
an in Ucie to sppeai la ins I
Luded iit.ti it
was h spli it 11 srler The explana*
I-**t week .
Ihe use ol brown
wai led then
Ilv I" in In mil In i
I The iubIiI-w.ilt lini.ni
going his rounds while partaking
Ol his | spill h.'
Uittle of beer OVOI the bowltU
ThlnklaJ d was the i>ersonal pro-
'in- boys, ha i< I
it with Ihe butte. ! Mr Wai-
INSSS the iie.n.-st to the
B kea i Bi hoi Ii 11m buttai fi i
gotttni lo drj it ivit It o
i rofl wardrobe, thli
batonjad t> thai boy There tlv

bowka
Curum/t!
*nti gii si i);.' School I
1 CooaaVy a> h o translute.i
11 d* reaii a la fluancicrc as "the
sadla nf ihe call t the baakarAi
wife" was perhaps protesting.
I have so long clone in vain
against this iiomensc on menu
Kiriuh t.i eauna
of good food and gruvd ctH.kiti.
but wh> should it l-e the lim-
guage ot bad food and bad cook-
ing" What does saytMOj
tain to calling horseT boeuf a la
ititi.Ce- More amusing Is the com-
promise le hash.
\i)t \ I II IIJ l MM >IA (Members Only)
M \ I l\l I lll))\, mi | p.m.
MiMi.MI .ml TOM4IKKOW NKillT At 8.30
I>\\<.i | iVOM \n-
with BRBKDA JOYCE don PORTER
K .. HKitiNK HUNTER
MTl.l.i
PLA2-A
in .1 MM
h Kf*.er vali.>n
Wrd A Thuro: ^ -V S pi
IMl .1 I I. MIS.. HVSII
iKi rtx* wi.f Aettoq
1U1.IAN 1,1 N TALK
DStANO "1'i.MM. > Kli>\, -.ii, uisrs.
ItflJ OVaUMl oi mi in.hi nan.mo
'HNS OltVta IVrlAVllXAKD
ROYAL THEATRE
III Ml.111 \T ]
IKIMIiMi- IMH-IT Ml I \l VI-SONI l.NS
LORD Ell null D -Mil :n i v sr.ni ,ri.-
LOR] [ R1NIDAD MIln.KI
MEN'S white SHIRTS
Ill's Al Worthings
.....\> MM 1 I I- I
.W-Ci-M I'l-Vhll
John UAKTUSJ). Ulll i-aiahi:
BODY AND SOUL
rniMIMD I'AI IIMiM \N-
KMPinK
Columbia Plciurri PtmtkI
JOLSON SINGS
AGAIN
atarting:
l-.1T. PARKS. Hailwra HAl-t,
IIOXV
The Time of Your Life
I Ml,.
'" |-.\.St.. w > .
iviif. Mi iHKIS
rniRMit, \ii.hi it>. ski
KiMi.M. o/u rvajomaHi
OLYMPIC
1-AiiT TWO SHOWH TOR At
TOO AT IU1IM1 *i>ilna|i.|
FtruU ln^ I'nhxibU SnUI
TOni N:.\l.. JimSj <-i^rk
BRUCE GENTRY

Youan*M'*'ch3rm
,a feminine .'>" \
bcury.Leatn me ncc .
tec||ote4aidsstl ;
MaxFtMrMb"1*'
Scv,.al^.lyCl^. Persona!
.nstniction.Youllreetivc
your own
color harmony make-up chan
...FRUt
fealurlng*'
t7rR,.Mi''W-Ko"R"/
llMMll......"If
Yo. II!"' 'I""1' ""
a;.i school of makeup...
at CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. Lit]
TO-DAY and TO-MORROW al 9.30 a.m. andlM
In a l-rosranuiir ol Ihr I alrsl t'AI.VI'SOl v
Srr and llrar Ihr TKINIllAll MB&saBT*I frrl 1 Inch Ull
HHCts lit 1. Il.mu is. Balcony itr: Bosr. lh
\IUHI\i
ItAIMAI
BEGAL
-/ \n
HOYS' SHIMS
J.iU
BLUE WHITE TAN
. Hi
KAD1AC PIQUE DRESS SHIRT
i nil m; \l I \i mi, %.%. ISt
EVANS m WIIITFIELDS
Nomv's The Best Time
to PAINT
YOUR
HOUSE
\ ui c rimr ol Rrad>
I......ii. and malrrlal
auaplird h> Ihr lotrmoat
manatarturrrs to rl~ci front.
II kn nun: .ili.ii ou Mir thr Surfacr
<"" .r|||
ret thnr .1 ,., 1I\KHH\KI HUM
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
Jhinkwq
a
,
fapuq&AjaJbA
9
Hal
4283
You can then be assured of First Class Quality
/ v>ii QffiBb-
ENGLISH ELECTRIC
REFRIGERATORS
'" CMH and Whi.e with or without Locks
aWMMInlj Sralrd Ml | Yr.r Cuaranlrr. All S.l OrV**
Kcoimmical to upvrato.
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
THE CORNER STORE
j.
>
r>


MBtf)AV. MAY
geconinHMnlaUons For
Hospital ^Accepted
-.from Haiti Mian Kv/mrl
_ row.-
lT.>ri*icd in E-
IsAKIIAIMis XDVOCATE

a,
"ttee II,
Ihe Hallinan Report m the General
a m thj House ok A-stsemhlv :, sa.h.~i..i-
C^id to the House ol A_ssemblv a Schedule s.
id** recommendations that hive t-ett accepted I.
tronwt and U dm >"> i na up,,,, ,.-,.
i been deferred.
._ "aeam M. The recommen-
"' """ insulin be provide,! ,..
i buna- impl,-
made in the 1950-51
Baagin
.- ywraph 41 j^or.ha.
-_ ,M aooroval of the
EL u reauired It will be
Satti. appropriate manner.
m Schedule
_-j,,i,d.llen. accepted In
'7s7toi'leil form
* II. il>
faf^if for a more sun
^.ufll Theatre hen
ITftf Mte'>"on or rebuild-
'SSSfll ) SuppU-
,BMUit *'11 be submit -
Wide 1o* ""' pu'"*'*>*
tfa lift
I has been ..
W CUUHK F.CE OF SQCiAL LIFE II wESTl POSSPS III Ltttlcly Get*
PAGE THREE
suitable Laun-
whrn pli
ildin*
[
tan
iv ;
12,^1! ' will b* t-S-ae-
Kgr, suitable Out-Pa-
j^d Casualty Department
wbm pUnnmii tho ex-
m rebuilding of the Ho>-
^pj^fc |4 ill !' / > v. 11
i, for moir I
ppMdMlon
isSffi
Lp EjIit.iU' aiU ubmil-
^mnde tot tieh improve-
mdisiDlKiinij arransements
.
^Ual Officer an-' rr.li
gar md approve*, by t ho
bn- n-Executive C'ommittasai
pfwicru* 21 "St. It ha>
ltmd!lia( the nursnm
H be increased by 66. Sup-
plari Estimates will bo sub-
i-uriiti !1 '''
cadre will be ot traasae-el
__ itifT provided suitable
KfAajiirt av,iiial'li-
H^Ufctl (8). I on will
iniprovi- the livins
the trained -tuff in
as* .-hen pt annum Ihe cx-
at or rebuilding ol the
BlPiniripti 21 1. Supple
ptn .atini.it.'' . mil
b roiidt' fa I
iSitfef whirl bo it II -
Basal
Vifntfi a. I Excellen-
KC*"'"< '"'
MkWuiii r i-rit ill
I (sagas* -! B-
He* thai i should be. no
an.'thr Hnspil i
9t Hospital \ " < om-
t h Ore.: Tho
, '<- \
Wdtwn by statute
dudtque-tN>n i anil
Ben of wrvice ol !i
!
wisa *! r . s. <- j.ara-
I.' (J) Ii is hoped thul
no the nursm.
M wganitatiuii will i
|fe the r^jction m working
i J^ C(U). bnve re-
rfllbi broug*it into line
i of tne ^Mitral c^ U
W "I' \ ion ol
H iuIcs is boirtu
M :- l Si .: :.| ilt
1 the necessary Orde
*.rr.|h ,|. A nrw ^
Fourth
tUM been prepared ami
-*arsrapii H rh, ..vom-ncn-
^ion rot the
n accepted .
1
'

< F) Pannraph 51. The salary
sca,k**s ""J condition* have been
mendcHi. but in
v,,^Vv ^uaecs
''* iippo.ntmenis will have to be
foa-
$'-+: cJnlrar.l1u"1-
h* T

*.il be inj.de f, .. contlngi
nuuin fft" 'h* inM,bMl" wil' always
(urn be
IB. II.....mm. ini.ii.ut, -till
___ ,'*|t><>ldera.tioii
*aracraph 3B. The
t ol Ihe Maternitj Hospital
"* .'.'...i.iiv ;,i i r.n Propo ..i,

r^aK^rding the number of
_ -**^ furthei cxan:.:
I ihe ex-
Music Exams
ed the Pt.. f the
Aaw* Royal
Sctio.
1
Paaai ! m, tuaM H*a.a> \ , m.

Around
ANDV DC MONTIWIN

M BVMU


Piles of Shingles. Lumber
Cover Wharf Yesterday
Lorries, Garb k-pt Bum
tod bimoar occupied t
'V bMin ol half
of ,
the 8,000 ItiukUm ol m
f firlumbei
'-liiv n m Vaocouvtrby uUkaCuln
i '" I--**'" < anita Mill ha.s U

Her stay hart and until

,.1r


rii ,
n
r*jpm
I' r
-I M, < ..,!.,- i K > N

f. t nr

Msi UifTiruli

Chick Horn
Without Eyes
Hearty, Eating Welt
raaa* ..i n.-, i n.,.._
f.....i .







ii t.f the c:
und" lumbai ,
'' nit ol cargi
to lighten
loaded with this ,-
ninx to the
'-.
Up the lumber oft much
kly thur the ;
-i n., i *..,...... i,h ,bi


Mondi

i ni#ia
:
ruinl, ,f Mr. (.,.!.

"i me en- "" m*n.n.y mar Hie lorries and L
stms Hospital
Hoapiiiil nn Jn- rarious lumiwr-r,





'"!' Idin8 n new HoapitaF on"' ir'nbc,-yards
% derkl "'
' "
Da Maude Ifcporl 'ber The "Potiek"

part <-f Uw hull
unJcan Packk. \'
salvagiiitc work waa bain
>e latt.....a] ,
tura iMamanl i
...
rldad up among Ihe

. the Spvightstou-i;
Iiarger. u Chalk not A Co
rasa- ~t
MweU Eqitapmen.
Arrives


I *l..-ell
I p
'' I
1 Mllli*.!....
"Maneka" Goea On lhk


l
h vic.-s. weklli


nvll, I Ltd The quo!
aiming tbe tl|ulpnWlit '^':
be transported by lonv
ight nth..

n ed book
e iar boaid..
B.R.A.F.
.^ It f. A N
Mat '' inc-
f bfin nvaxamined
'hfiitij*;; (.. w ,]|
*iured lo provide i
fcriBi iltbeii
rwements t.. ",,. m .
l*ry tne woi k
Lm on contra* ;.|,i,.-
W lltimates . sub-
jWcrasfc ?.l.
abmitled h. i ,,ii;il
JM Domestie Servants is
UDM ir detail
The racornmain -
IMPOSTS
YESTERDAY
IT IS likel> that the local
Roy il A 'ii ill
ba ;iinhated] to the K A K.
rtto in the fK U".
.' will ]c called the
adM Branch of the KAK
Assoeialinn and its patron |
l
entitled lo btneJIti shared b)

>n Bng]
The Praatdaot oi the
branch la buaj coUacti i
I who
strvad in the n a k
n. EO0ERA
11- < a ;
dun
ba
'' ~ E i"1 ','h ' -rzi"" iV.-.
he BrtUal
.... Wak. ;:m o'clock on
* i Si i... i aating there will i-o a nli

n flying

i

DURINi
: Ceai .
*

Thai vaaaa] bj expei

C(SLt>-STUFFED NOSE...
QUICK AS A BREAItV
CARRY POCKrT-HAIII .
AnyOmeyoui n aefc
or (.) i .
It's small bui'fjo.t*x(
i
use as often as yu,, ,
VIC&5 ISflH^B.Sat
BREATHE
freely:..
ad
ipened their whirlwind week of
enlerta.nment on Satunl.iv .,.ht
with two ahow.. one a,
badoi Aquatic club, tollowed by
another at the Club Moraan which
incidentally were both crowded
" maklna
Barbadian, lauah and eniov them-
they ao They
have bioodca.1 over Radio DUtrl-
buUon; on Mondav
. with the P
at the Drill Hall and l. nh,
they gave another tlno Ihea
t.lobe Theatn.
Clutord Ooatta is uadoubtenlv
Ihe Hanjo; he haj
an easy Mj .tnrn, am.
lightning ringer
Angela Jardine haa a I. .
"*e a m I
Uaali .iivampanial
.....aea .,.-
1
ta.i who |olned the iroui
.i.- with ,

ping Ihroug-i hoa
ll :>> no means least Loth
It U man ol fun hai. .
tleeti,.,, ol lib
and he la well
n
I lhal
.,. tho topic

lo watch .'
.
:

II,.' Hull
the Wesle
tk^1
****
u
m
ACIQTEX
Safaauard the children iiinitl
*udden chilK hv purttng Ihean
aAenw lhinrnK>u
of Aartaa fahnc kaap< ihem at
a haalaay av-n temp.
hwi ^r i.okl tl.ii
V.trJi
cellwlar tundt up to
s"n>Utii
rwtly hard mv ,r,j -*> Bar* and pra
M aaaaaM -j n**jo
Asrtts
>hiti\
OMtU
*.....
taefeai
si pO'I.
v. w" ...w'^'i'.'ir
I.earn from
the hospital.
Whenever infc.ti
threatens
in your home,
rase
getting you down^ f
KENNIES
o/ve you
'SMFT
RUCF,
Whenever you feel diacoenfon after
i -u.k two Rcnnici, one
tltci die other As they daaaolta,
Iheir halantcd bleml of antaciJ
ingredient* gun .traight Bo uhere
tbs in-uhle lilt, and irrcvt your
Tatar, y.'u can alwaya %eitle
uble ban *iJ *tomali mi
liry I 0n Rei.iue*

locket ta baindbag. If Uteydae^graa
>\hi relief, it's tun. rou aw yoat
let rUatDaaaaa any cbenyat.
'DETTOL'
MODERN ANTlSfPIlc
I)
It
I
^. DIGESTIF __
Kennies
VVHJJAM FOGARTY LTD.
INC. IN B. G.
Of Intfrvst T Ladivs .
IIKSIV \HT SILK I'FTTICOATS-Pmk and White
lo. do. ,|. HALF SLIPS
White. Peach, Blue and Black
''" "" Pink and White
>'" .lo. St, VESTS Opera Top
Pink and White
a*, .to .I.,. McaiT Dasasas
lu*, White and On Si
ALSO
tiiiiDUiNs \\ki i SOCaa Plain White.
tod Wblu) Hith Coloured Tops
SEE 001 SHOW CASE.
TMC LONC-LI*i MA*"
CITY GARAGE TRADING
iW
f^ n^
Th > pure rteh milk powder eomee In large U-lb .Ina
t a.i>i per tin. a handy and economical way to buy
powdered m.k for the family.
Dairy Pride Ii made from the liighv.t ^^eJlly Cow'a
Mill., and oi.icaaaed *s that all the natural vitamin.
amv flavour of freah Cow'. Mtlk are retained.
DIRBCTIONS' Mix one heaping ubU-^poonful of
Dairy Pride :o every half pint (W pint) or cup of
liquid. Tor extra goodneis, mix and leave in refrig-
erator or ice box overnight
To moke you ice Creams and Dexaerta creamy ana
is wingk a few spoonfuls of Dairy Pride Milk
!'. w.ler into -our mixture. M.4 per I Jib tin.
Dairy
V
ih
nouns
;hrYl*
f^ajb in flavour/
fl i
...na tea milk, wtlh iu natural vitam.r.s and i
Mk is RJao packed m 12-oz. tin.
4c. par un This small 12-oa. i,n can mtn
" -fall : i.Km o( full cream mUk and prove, ji-j
Ibmill baatfaWe
wrio use /
at* -*. is.t>i. ua
MAFFC0
ali.-.-ir Alld., ( ,. |-4
' I .III.. M...M.
a. a. n.,,1.1 a i.
** a fata.
*>-: oikba a Pa-
i.iii>. ((!, a oa.
la-w a !... Ltd..
J-kaa-a a IMtu.
ritaiaM a Oa WM
staaMat, aaa-M a t'.. i,
Itt... A. T-w. a Ct.
WILUAMB MABKATISU CO LTD.-aala <


WED I -l> \\ M \v
I'M.I 1 III R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I*-,
BARBADOS &# ADVOGffE
r---------i-----------.-------1--------i
'IHMrt ** **>. JUvwbM o. in. *. MM ac MMM
W.-flrx-MUv. May I, 115i
IIAIIIIOl II
WARNING
THE AN \'T from London
that ... m been made to utilise
OQptrc for shipping be-
in and the United
: umuun that have been
it.rig in Barbados for many days.
oi the
| (arrison

St Lucia i |
tbt boat! n[ that line adds
. nuuncemcnt
: ,.. Qow i nnu-iit
M la by the Colonial
:s. but a new
the proposal
(hat St. Lucia, wl p water
harbour m nu<| was the
ootUBg oantra >>\ lha W< I In Ik slmuin
roughl Into th* limelight
as a centre for ahlpping In the Eastern
c nib)
AT
WEST
N IN THE
!? V. rlir. >l. ..
IT is not to be thought that fed- Lieutenant Governor of I
as as a live should be appointed to render the
issue Is liny new tiling, or indeed High Commissioner free to un-
. rnsnl of the SOth Can- dertake regular tours of I
the contrary, the id^a lory under his jm
of [fii i .' Oba Bfltii teen to be carried out in a war-
mi* ither is aa old as lintish in- Bhlp made available tor the pur-
'. the region. "Hie flrsl pose by th British Admiralty
example Hi an attempt by King |n his discussion of the whole
Charles 1. in the 17th Century, ,ub)oct. Murray makes comments
to coiu.utut.> in the Extern Car- which are still of interest, and I
ibbean a single grouping inclu- propose to quote a few of them,
dung approximately the Wind- in describing the asset* of Bar-
ward and Leeward Islands, and badoa he writes as follows-
Barbados. That attempt failed. "Whilst Barbados......la
but the succeeding centuries w.l- fuUy developed so far as the
naseed various groupiigs of
Windward and Le-ewa.tl Islands.
Trinidad. Tobago and Barbados.
it dateU. Two
points appear to be significant
first, that i.Jiie of these grouping*
appear to have been regarded as
mnauj nil factory, ... arena
the repeated changes in them.
and secondly.
ontinuad ti
, various
Islands ut tly separ-
ate administrations was not
wholly tttl *' Two
grouping I die fed-
eratlon of the Lsenrard
whieh k on In li*
.
area under agriculture
cerned, she still preaents pot
more harmful to H than effici-
ency acrompanied by a certa n
amount of extravagance. But it
is the attainment of a rea:
efficiency at an economical cost
at which the West Indies should
aim, not that sort of I
however, which is bound by
./on of each Colony, or
which la cut oft at a point at
which it could, if given the
opportunity, sti 1 further ex-
pand, but an efficiency that will
impress Its strength not onlj In
the Colonies of its orig n. but
also in the Empire and in the
i at large."
Overseas Visitors At
Eastbourne Health
Congress
(rrom Our London Correitpondent I
LONDON, April 2Ih
FROM Bermuda u, Btlnium. from Port ol Spain
a-aaid.- ",,""d
( Oi inc Royal Sanitary Initl-
tut*.
Thaw annual meoungs art r.cled by
over 2.000 delegates from "oral authorities '"f0"*""
out the British Iiles are concerned with one proo-
.emworld health.
i*B*l
at the COLONNAL
u ually V
, TINS DUTCH APPLE
SAUCE 71 SO
OVALTTNE .72 M
VIM CLEANSER
L.irgr .28 .24
VIM CLEANSER
! SmaU .16 M
Much of the working of the congress was con-
erned directlv with the British Isles but many or
an applicable for delegates rrom
.hose areas.
.. jddltion to Murray's own
slbiltiea of development in writings there is available a most
shipping and its corollary benc- interesting account of a discussion
fits. Amongst other things ih- following a lecture given by him .ri(1.|lrtll ,he coneress afforded the overseas
C SMUndni a /.me . London n 1911 The occasion J^*?^^^ get together and dis-
as a health resort for rich was a meeting sponsored bythe aei ------mwtA ,
and other South West India Committee, at which
Americans who fear tb*> rtjour Hurra] outlined a scheme or
i toleration and the argument*
Plaaa whi-h I have verv brief
-ml. dry, .salubriouf. i Dot BAarMSd b0a In that discus-
. Chairman. Sir Owen
Barbados ir. wb>ch to recover Philips, expressed interest, em-
from the effecta of the more phasised the need for a scheme o,
.-- in which they federation to emanate from th
usually work and h people themselves, dwelt ml*
a further ranuMDt whieh re-.l* difflrulties and doubtr.i
little ironically In those Who anv material advantage w
artier aad the Windward Islands, work kn Hayings' House relates to result from a federal organization
Antigua: as dist net fr.m attempts
l common is
effect a single 11
small Mttteua '
.
attempt nl PsxftffraUon li
Caota i Md
end. namelv Sir John P
noaaey's attempt of I8". whh-h
led to disturbances in Barbados
and the local connotation of the
word f.'iiir.r.i'.h "
I, end of a ' I tUury. it b
probably true to say that the
muin i>
tt> to-d.iy except that the p
otUsva gi-eatei admlnlftntlv* 38 years has io some MttBI
then- m used hi- proposals nnd
- work it argjumanta on a itudj of ttw eeo-
l-otcnti.ili-
a ci\; .-gion and the
hubKn the aubi el --f mi
sUtoa 1 two based on a
The c'"<' fortune of Si Lucui In tbia r<-
gpect will 1- .i kVtxnlOg t the people of
I,H a d.-.-p w.itrl
harbour il Butedoa was to continue as a
iblH-.m and Ml 1 '
be i ' St Luci..... Trinidad
H milate law and pi
backs to the progreaa of Anti- Vnr
gua has been the lack of wattff up pol U i] aupei rtructur*.
re n foil'.wed th
.. i.iii-i' Froi and th-
time to time attempts havo pMt\ ,,f Dundonald also <'<
ilve this knotty anv propowii which wouU
problem but wil existing cost Of adminlstra-
M lha preM-nt moment the ,|( n Th(. romarks of Mr. OearfS
whole question ts again under carrlngton of Barbados are I
eonsidaratlon and hopea tnjnK> worthy of quotation almost
I cntertar.'"! that MOM in fu ||4 ws:
solution of lha difftcultj will bt
found,"
the UuV
touch upon this
, i* and we Barbadians
helped to burn them
[ agree that we ahoul I
have one ol Kll

in the W
ilcieeaics .in 'p.nn iuiuiv w s- v^-^------
i.lems peculiar to their own areas and to
compare note-* on Improving health standards.
Prominent among the delegates was Doreen
-Smith, Kedleal Officer of Health (or Son
>. Trinidad. She is in England on a course
and attended the congress as one of the Jour
delegates from the West Indies The }htr*J*
Mr. S Moosai-Maharaj. Health Education Offlcer.
Trinidad. Mr A F Hewitt. Port of Spam; and
C H Suit- ..n. Acting Deputy-Director rf Medical
lageiCO, British Guiana.
Dr L.mdreth-Smith advanced the view that the
best method of ensuring health improvement was
Bd training She advocated where
, i association l*twecn school child-
bool doctors, nurses and parents.
"If people do not. understand about diet and
disease thev will not know how to prevent it .she
.,n be made to realise that
prevention is better than cure, then improvement
in health Is bound to follow "
Mr. Arthur White. Senior Health Inspector.
Hongkong, explained the diltteulties confronting
the authorities in the country A population of
three quarters of a million pre-war had expanded
to two and a half million bringing with it fresh
problems of housing, (ceding and sanitation.
He a] i Iraportancs of preven-
. ,.t the problems facing the Hong-
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I
Sir DougLtj Hitcin,. who i.-ft Butados
,. in Ml report publlebed
iill( concJ id. .; ti r .i though
on oi over Ihree
nld rwf i"' Juetifled by
lha u Lp4 11 in the propoeed
rakrbour ujidsrrtaktag In Ihsm
t Krton which must
., ti Into eoriaidermtJoo mote pariicu-
>.,. i. (lamattori of lexge area >i land
i the harbour
. u/ith the i 'n-'ructi.ui
Since thai
writti n the | .
iteriing; and
the i" I ""ados
sir Douglaa Rtti l"ki* "I"*1
. (. lent quantit) I i
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writing h
1., Ik-
the Hi rbour achema In
p tod in
. .,., ., o| 0 : hut BOsll-
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Um to be-
n thfl I
expensive, [n hi!

I
ible but the
bad i .-upp.ied
Canadian

la, hi lulana 10s. 9d.
Mil.
It is npl dillk-ult M s*v wh> .shippitu.
con,,,. io avoid Barbados

las Kiiihu' i.' thai "owiiu; to the reduction
in the I Bca 0CJ of labour the I
gawdlli as tx'cn reduced steadily
.. ir with the attendant u i

futuir at a port in deeen n "i lha m immediate attention.
nerved that dmUUstraUv* eon-
venienrf", bowevei much desired throusjn sdei Ion or
ail hc conferences >
.: I much p onomic
cal or popul-ii l,h
rompi.i.i. (1 l^tawfoundland, then | i
Turning to the tOtl Csnl .i,.,,, ,.Mni. In| to
mi important changi ... out
i -.hat at that Urns the Colonlea
tiniilfl ri-
ata had m-rl> live times aa
COnuaeal '"t-" ax Newfound-
lha wrli ll11' land, thai In* i .
i.ii Murray (now ,. thiw times those of
the Mastei I '< NewsoundLuid, th..i their aggro-
shortly before tha ilnt world pate trade was thrai ;n;u-; aamuch.
War war. .
Vincent of New toundland
..-... . .
to hU writing-, which ibl) laai
unfortunetetg en "l '" Be dealt also wlm various pos-
t.nn albh itlon In
Murray. wtlUa boldhi
i i| unity wii* desliable
., ihotil the triHiLh?
. : /ate u L.p u led*
capacity, '' I I lure, he pointed
the ttfcadvantafca of ;i sttua-
arlth hi- n r" don whsteby ;>n ""t,,
htrasttng ccsnpei I of
back i" snd n n Murra
lion of soveral 't1'-'
i nn 'I" the
ami hil
thing I think all I
I
Commissioner shouhl
badoa. Mi Mm
,.t how preettc
.',
Indies have lake)
Barbados and thai
t' reason Ana a.
Oovernor of B;i-
H stroni: legislatuir t*> look after
affairs has nothini: lo do ami
would have time (or such
work! At '
in are drifting swaj from tins
country 11 e. the United k ng-
dotn) to U 11"'" '
incl our aa'vatii'n must
Kta -1".! we wish
many of lllld more
closely to I
io me that the onb
n would be 1
houkl put oursel
to talk of a propo*l ombine
with Canada. In that way we
should secure mnrkels at any
rate for sugar producer! in the
West hi'. i that there
..
tl cr object
than gaining better n
And hue W anal miotat'on
Ho
ip by Chinese refugees fror-
worua aa follows
land
une widen lasted four days, the
nto twelve different sections.
assed forty-two papers deal-
Ina, with rerss mbjects as preventive medi-
ind t"wn planning and tropical
, mailing! fm sanitary inspee- I
tors, m '' of health, engineers and
health visitors. Special films were
aak .md In addition a aeries
timisinK schemes and
public w>rk- and factories were arranged for the
:d of the congress told
:iiai bad housing was one of the
major causei "I h;ui health. It led not only to
. . overcrowding but almost equally lmpor-
'inns, the break-up of
mem)al anxiety.
The 0 beard Sir Allen Daley. Medi-
ilealth for London County Council.
speaking about the Brtttsfa National Health Scr-
vi. refer \o |b daggering cost of the curative
side cheapness i prevention, which was more impor-
tant.
He pointed out that for a few shillings a child
. u; munlesd BgalOSt diphtheria, compared
With the COSt of many pounds and many hours
of work on the part of doctors and nurses if
non-lHimunltrd child succumbed to the disease
Ha advanced the view that more att
attention would save ;.i bs given to prevention, in
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a.iv apt lo drop dond
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.status
world that lb with the
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IhsroeslvM thai

of the E.i He agreed thai th i we
lirltish Gu that the -
not only

Lod In the lif<
V has arrived \
I drift i* and '*
v
tance ol the eo-opci
kj of the w<
of tedera-
|ii n But aonv I
.
not Infre-
quently exempl Red "> the attt-
.
I cimmon
affairs, and which U so well
rhyme:--
Chatham with his
rword oiidi i
i waiting for B i Richard
I han;
Bll Rsshord. longing to be at


tuun."
With these obser\ati
Mi | Murray m 1812. I con-
the )*;,:,"; : ,rtei Ue in own. It.has not been
* mj purpon t.- make i
on what
, tuna that
I m.st'n.ke -"!"' ' ' ""' PotHdai sppesl ot prevantative|
ld medldn
' cu-1
OalvamiMl Irci.
1.
leatnietsoaa for
shuuki form on the pro-
u..,i,mi the lormini i isli lloti
! aci ount '( d
ntsn
1 permanil ' "JJ pi,t Ul"
i leallni with Important question of psuerailon
. pecttva and
, iv con ) -.'iheargu- ansisted anyone to see it D tm-
Ml thai l*e ''' 'V)'' "'""
lad hhisclf I shall he more tt
ripe.
bv the >n.
participating colons legl *
it,- tag of lederal hi ,.i,i be the best ledi
ach like <|k'" I1" posed .,; thai the I
the Stand. ..rds larger groupings, and the
Commfttai ita blame requiring
h reatooaJ ti Ml n on a regu "il taa
i.i raatton Km lo anaace, he pro-
poted Uiat it ahotiui ii ittOO that it would
tltutton thai each pai ita or dlract
..mt ahould i ration, but
ally to th" I tnat the be.
dMmfte percentagi
cnues of Ihe I Lltd greatly outweigh any *uch
the condittcns of tin- tin ditlonal costs
High I > words on this
ill time )0b. point U-ai quo!
an.i h consequently i
rnor of Trinidt is it *i U-admitlett.
should act as High Commissioner more detriment
aeration, and that a opsMOt
na i
tditor Note; The above extract
k Uken from a talk on Fed
M.in.M given by Mr. ( V.
Cantair*. C M Ci lo ihr mem
bera of the Barbados Muteum
and lltslorical Soclet> laal
night. Mr CamUlm dlwusM-J
the meaning of the term
Irdnalion. eotmldered sonic
of the rrerequWlen of Kedrra
tton In a liven croup of torn-
muniUeK. and the lacier*
hh prrdkpohe people l"
J in Federation and offered
..UI..V*. h..i relucunllv" a lew
i. n...i'--v on Frderalion and
thr el Indie* (reproduced
above) The earlier part* ol
Mr CarslaJrV lecture will be
publ-Aed In Uie "Sanday
AdveeaW.
Royal Academy Dinner
WINSTON CHURCHILL hai hh| landscapes
hanglni favoured spots at this
V Um Royal AcadSOty'l Annual
Dinner ho and Clement Alllee amiably drank
ind agreed, as the Prtn e hUn
I maach, that whatever
the political parties it sraa not art. He
cholca picture himself. La words, of what
an election would b like if there were a "Minls-
.[ awa* with Picessol
my party rtands tot the abolition of abstraction
and the deliminatkon of impressionism? Perhaps it
would be no more meaningless to the voter than
I the largon of economics gaily thrown
down from political platforms,
The dil it No iiuawels,
.delations. You will remember that las'
U .: ih" painter of booee,
threa down (us challenge lo the moderns. Judg-
ing from the pictures it this year's Academy il
looks as if Sir Alfred has won*nti the painters
of purple trees have retreated to '.ess grand place-
than Kurlingtoii Housc.
PUT THE BLAME ON BRUItAS
itli loog faces, publicity I
Sgants with noses out of joint and harassed Lon- I
don Transport officials in London this week. Scot-
land Yard has been raited in. the Mmisti \ uf
works, and two London Chambers of Commerce
tad all becau tnaU bear. Her
BasM h Hiumas.
This four months' old Polar bear cub has been
vet of a special conference at the Regent s
o Hundreds of workers from nearby fac-
... (ompLmiod lhat Brumaa-queues pre-
vent them from getting on buses at -peak" hours.
Traffic gill not beer, able to find a
soiuOon But a delegate 'rom iho Marvlebone
Chamber <>'. Commerce reg.stered a vote of thanks
to Brumas fur bringing so many tourists.
Bnimea has earned more fame than anv other
London Zoo celebrity. As a crowning glo'rv. she
has lust been voted "Public Personality Number
One Sana Moira Lister, the Bhn -tar. was a dooi
eiter-wnter to the 'Evening News"
suggested that the Brums famil\ should be sent
on a goodwill minion to Russia
for new work, allow the surface to weather foraag
yeai before painting. Then apply 1 coat of paint.
2. For previously painted work, if the surface ha|
condition, rub down, clean, and apply 1 coatotaaftj
3. For previously painted work, ii the surfacshhl
condition, rub down thoroughly, cle..n, and apply H
of "International" Red Lead Graphite Primer, folk**.
I coat of paint.
Wooden Shingle.
'' TiVr new work" ;,PP'y 1 coal of -lira i national" fnse)
Wood, kOllOWea b> 2 coats of paint
2. For previously painted work, if the surface hh(
condition, rub down, clean, nnd .
J. for previously painted work, if the surface af
condition, rub down thorough).. and apptj 1-
of international" Primer for Wood tolluwed B7><
of paint.
AsbesWH Cement
1 For new work, apply l coat of 'hi-.eniationaP CaBB*
Plaster Primer, followed bv 2 coats ;
i For previously painted work, rub down thorough*
and apply 2 coats of paint.
Aluminium.
1 For new work, apply 1 coat of Yellow PriinWS*.
lowed by I coat of paint.
Z. For previously painted work, rub down thorousU?-'
and apply i co.t of paint.
--.ced fi" produrtI of lnt*ati> "ol Pain**,!*
DA COSTA & Co.. Li
HAKDWARB AND ELE0TE1CAL DEPABIMB'1'
Ol It 111 \IM IIS MAI:
... Advocate,

id are
What \Immii Society To l,ritri Tre>e3fi
< own .//.,/-
kk of plantinti
of tne one Th(. El(lltir Thc a,a,acatl,
air.


:
will pass before the

Please Mr./Urs. Lai,
think bafOl that tree.
'. words in that
tret
mage a
SIR.As a citizen snd past


lature.
a* the most able son ol
. '
to your raadera I
or moOrm usad i- tage stamp*
'.'.. ifie Ro> \\ Aii

It is most advantageous if com-
or stamps on
-Unark>.
while any unwanted
be most
e, but all conti
will 1* extremely welcome.
Business houses, li
nto to organize the
of larger
' han is pess 11
course, but no
s
or wnall. will be acknov
I would like to pom'.
appeal quite in-
:eavou* 'u
object of
who have served in the Royal An
Force, or who have been associated
with it
Others, no doubt, will also llkt
to help, and all can be assured
that contribution costing them
postaae to the address
I be of great benefit and
will je j recviveo
K S KYD. r
Benson.
England.
DIM IMIM
eewaouu
warn
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for yw
tHOira a*J
tripe y%gM
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rtPNT-SHAY. MAY .:. H.-..I
BAKUAUOS AUMK Mi
PAGE FIVE
Surgeon Must Quit N *** Ma>
Job: Govt. Criticised u^^
PROMOTED
u, E. D. Mottley (E; in the House of Assembly vosterdav
-MOglv criticised Gov.-rnment for what he called the dis- ,
SSneAr..SH^lbuVr0m,heSl"
rjifnmion on the matter started when Mr Mottley moved
(he adjournment of the House for live mmuu
-t matter of importance which affects ihe general ...
of the colony"., VffecTtrom ,he W of A,nl. MM. CX
I am.
Sir.
Your obedien:
(signed) P F. CAMI'bELl.
m p. g. Miller who spoke
.jw air Mottley agreed that the
MffVlW1 pne and suMted
r!; lt could I* further discussed
:*,, Tvsaa%. He then moved the
2,ourn.nent of ihe debate and the
-niion was carried.
TE M^Uey said that less than
two Years ago, he siood on the floo
17 the House to defend then, ihe
TtftS " WMt Indl"n ClvU SrV-
aJTin the person of Colonel Duke
.j, [he manner tn which the Gov-
ernor took upon himself to call for
-u icsignat itiii
Little did he think that the
nccasion would have ai ism mi
ioon to draw to the attention of
ihe House that the method of
handling Colonials in the service
of this country was far fro:
bemg satisfactory.
He had said colonials because he
^mitred U Dr. Ashby had been
other than a Colonial, if that treat-
ment wuld have been meted out
During the debate, he would
proceed to show that Dr. Ashby.
, Barbadian, was qualified at one
fthe ancient Universities in the
United Kingdom as a Medical
practitioner.
l4ke many Barbadians, he re-
turned to his home to give the
benefit of his skill to his fellow
countryman- He worked it the
General Hospital during the war
years and was finally appointed as
i Visiting Sumeon in 1948.
-i To come straight to the point.
F|ta services were terminated at the
. Evan and it could only be felt
' (Sat he had been dismissed.
L Mr. Mottley sa!d he wanted to
La** ,1S position clear. He was
fist saying whether Dr Ashby's
{tanissal was jur.tinuble or not.
[ but what he was saying was that
b accordance with the elementary
principles of British justice, the
doctor should be given an oppor-
tunity of knowing the allegations
gainst him and given an oppor-
tunity to defend himself.
II would be obvious to honour-
able members when he would hove
raid the communications which
passed between Government and
Or. Ashby that he was denied thut
right. He was further saying that
a* the doctor was found guilty, of
negligence, inefficiency or anything
which caused patients to suffer or
for the hoepital to be held up for
ridicule, then by til means dis-
miss him. But he should be first
Bven a chance to know tin
Oatrges against him in order th it
he could defend nimself as there
in always two sides to a case.
He considered the matter very
important and far reach inn. Hi-
ked spoken to many of the Visiting
Surgeons of the Hospital and he
could sa.v that there was not a
hippy feeling among then
sow a professional brother had
bam treated. Many of them hen
telephoned him and requested
last he take the matter up in th--
House Let them lake the argumem
ef '.he Government that thi
doctor was not dismissed but that
Msservices were terminated. Was
it not strange that with the
ibortage of doctors in the island.
WHh the shortage of doctors 0:1
tbe Hospital staff and with the
bag hospi'al waiting list of
proem* for opt rations, that the
Government should terminate thu
arvicei of an experienced sur-
*? He did not think that wis
saod *nouj.:i and the Houi
not be fooled with that.
It was the people that mattered
wI he feared that if the medical
n of the Hospital felt that their
vtces could be terminated at
V minute, without being given
V reasons, it would suppose 10
""wt on the people.
He felt that the least the Gov-
nment could do would be to
gw an enquiry and he hoped
wn ihe House was finished
"ng with the matter, an in-
Wry would be instituted.
not only did the Government
DiunOer 111 refusing to hear Dr.
Awny s side of the question,
ui they were mosl cruel and
""rid io Mr. Pilgrim whose
* he had lost a baby In the
^Pitnl in refusing to allow
J^nallinan to investigate his
*n blind man could see
wrrom the communicaUon be-
***< Mr. Pilgrim and Govorn-
*" that every attempt was
2 o stifle the matter sur-
"J>ding Dr. Ashby's dismissal.
aaW:,"^ ***} was '^ preroga-
KL2J e, Goverr">r and the
o*ernor alone. "
Acting Coii
Dr. A S Ashby.
A Vestrv ma
period not exert
n instead
'par n'noci it is now
I] 1 :hi'n
'" Ull
pomusl oul ueh lease
bind 1 .

The addendum to ih
;s the practice k
pass a special Act im m
Mrj wishes to lease
land fur a period eotCe)
year Th unwieldy
jiartinilail;. BrtMO .1 mimher of
enter into leases
the case a' pressssM m nm-
'i of play.

Pssjegaej n,.,,:
St. Michael
20. 1
SIR.I am in receipt of your Vv
communication of the 16th inst as 1S ,h'
giving me notice that my services vrUoJx *'' the 1
as an Assistant Visiting Surgeon m" .n*,,d tnm Laboui W.:t.,u
of the General Hospital will 10t rn.0MV" Accordingly it 1.
^u^da.terthcSl.M,,
I note that I have been afforded IJ^eX TvX"- a2J!
no explanation for my '?
I served the Hosp.tal -s a House lution). to give V*&1mS POW*
Surgeon from IK38-1940 and again to enter into long-term leases not
irom 1943-1946 at some sacrlticv exceed 1111; twenty-one vcars which
to my priva*.^ practice dunnr the shall lx> binding on the successive
war years when doctors weie not Vestries of thu perl
easily available. My work was The passing of the Resolution
rewarde-. by my appointment to ws movoci by Mr. <;. II Adanw
the post of Assistant Visilim: ,L-> and leflOndsgl by Mr M I
Surgeon in 1948. .Vox "-
As far .1- i .mi twartr, cause for dissatisfaction arose out ^SrSL^ si?eatS'SSS 2
of a recent mccient involving one ff' "^ ,'''".' Mr ***** ***'*
ESP Lwh. waf dc,,vere(t ' wmUnaJ nob. tail Lhe ooe-y*^
baby without medical si, 1 :;., for ., ]mm v,uh ....,,
The child dlf. some lew hours Vestry was empowered was not
after its birth. agreeable to owners. Tlic only
In an Interview on 20. 12. 49 alternative at tunes was that o'f
with the Chief Medical officer. I purrhnstut: the land and Govern-*
explained fully to him that ment diil not let ihem know what
(a) I had not been Informed thai '"me-- ware available until re-
the patient was in laboui ceoUj No headvny had beer
(b) I only omitted to see the "* wtth grd *oJ>laylng flelos
patient on the assurance ol "'hQr ,BaB ,h"s' ,,( SI *;
the Nighl Superintendent Ht'. *"*"* ,h'' Resolution
who is also ion- foi the effect i would
Child were "f'f '" **? ncquir.n,; of |*J
" playirifl Helds.
Mr. D. D Oarner CC1
id the Resolution had
come bef.t.- baa Mm. ..
n hsrvini . nt
prnDarrassini Umi The Rasolutlori
would now make possible the en-
tering ol Vestries Into loag--tarra
agTeonwDti with landowners, 1
i/ery worijiwbUa thiusj,
afhera pieytegl fields wcu- con-
cerned
Mr. K. II. Mottley (E.) ques-
tioned the necessity of >
the period 1e iwenty-onr yaa.
He than uld llaal it must be bonic
in mind that the statutory boards
'. trial hM.i to carry out a
great deal of the social work In
tlie v.irmu*. parishes, and he wai
wondering if the p<.weis ., bodied in the Resolution would be
"ii Io these boa id
He rtmimenderi the Government
however, ?<> tlic isrttejal they had
taken and Ihought it was a very
Wise thing, they had done
Mr. 0 T. Allder (L.) said that
in the rural parishes i' 1
to be found very difficult to get
lUilabla lend In -1 centra] area for
a playing ileld. He *nu rgrj
doubtful that landowners were
.
to Oovemment. and tl..
know how much money a place ol
land situated where the people
iU| make the most use of
it, would cost.
One of the problems to bear in
that 1 regards 1 leas"
the owner of the land ;ti
or Other may n. -
the lease. That was a serious mat-
ter for consideration for he fell
that playing Heidi should be per-
manent just an parks were.
He fell that if the* WCM gOtTUJ
to hnve playinn Held- *he matte:-
ahOUld be gone into more deeply.
He thought the Government should
review the situation and befoge
entsjriruj into any agreement make
Io iioi ulfer from any
dtaabilitj as regards these ploying
Colds.
Mr. Adanu (L.) s;nd that any
land for a playing Hold that might
be bought with immk'v from the
Labour Welfare Fund would i'
owned by Government but that
the jKimini-tration mid mainten-
ance would be left in the hand'
of the V. 1
The twenty one year period
limit was only for the time l>cing
hut when the Maude Report was
BUty 1"- Asm ided to put
that at iimety-iniie years.
Mr. Adams pointed out that the
1 hod to do primarily
with i.iavim: fields but it would
Vssjtry to lease land for
thai purpose.
both mother and
in go.
Whilst 1 cannot believe that a
single incident can niilh:
faitnful ssjrelut, 1 am auita un-
aware Of aiiylii,.:
have been held against me.
I have worked as 1 HoUM
fturgeon under Dr. At;
in his capacity as Visit my
Surgeon, and as A
Surgeon to Dr H. I fkvatl
- UTgaon, In addition the
Dudorltg ol
Surgeon was during Hit.
office of Dr J. A A K
Medical Suparlntaodanl Th* tt
two gentlemen are in the Coumy
and have no adverse criticisms In
offer cither as regards my con-
eclenHotignaai 01
A dismissal of this oatui
merely removal from post, it
tarries with it the gavaraat impli-
cations involving professional
conduct and integrity
! Mully ask thai thai mat-
ter be referred bach to Hi
tsxauency the Governor for his
kind consideration.
I have the honour to be.
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) A. S. ASIIHY.
Hon. P. F. Campbell ORE
Colonial Secretary's OnVe.
lia'budos,
1.2.50.
S.i.- 1 am directe you that your letter of IT*
lovarnor, and that the
quearton ol the tannlnattori "t
vour appoinunent as Assistant
Vltlthu} Surgeon at the General
Hospital hat been given further
and most anxious consideration.
Ells Kxcehency tuu
ielull> BBMl in detail ill the rele-
vant circumstances affecting this
iiiattoi .aid has given special
weight .inn cnipliji
imeats set forth in your
letter of the 2Uth of Januai B >
Nevertheless. His Excellency ll of
the opinion that there ue not suf-
ficient groundi for withdrawing
die notice communicated to you in
my letter of the 16th oi
and accordingly your appointment
will terminate on the 1st ol April,
1950 in accordance with tin- tarn
of that notice.
I am,
Sir.
Your Obedient Seivant,
tSinned) P. F. CAMPBELL.
Afittnl Colonial So
Dr. A S. ASHBY,
Ha was in sym-
'G._VJn h'm because it had all
ge itoad.
st M
!1 50
Sn.~-1 have to acknowledge re-
auseunauaii Jg "' \^' Mlvt "H '
"Ppent-d when i>. .-,. in lh Febui>. 1950.
Wry less than two months It "> cei Uin thai II Exo ll -
J hi- obvious thai he had been IS "ol '" P*ett't>n *' " 'hc tKt*
?Zpy advised, but surelvrh" J^Jnot imagilie thc ie'uJoT leputatn... may be involved I have
J^ber for St. Thomas V>r to iisk that he ordor an enquiry to
g^jms. being a member of the iW
.i rr. v n. OatAJfff
Chal ii tlrant has
baaan appointed Supermini
ccordlng :.> ,\n
reaaaasa
The aiiiaiiimi'meiit said
Ihe Sorrun of State for ih.
' ..hoot, ban approved of th.*
appoinlmenl of Chief Itispeelor
I B. (Irani to thf poiU of leu*
erintrndent of Police Barbados
with rfln t from the lt of Ma.
195*.
IN THE HOUSE
At v*
,-,
m. thr
..( Il>r
tewtna
Mmf No is isto iroi
t<> Ol.-
inviin
thc Hor- .r.! 11. UM rri-.
mUliieil In tin-
-r.bbraii SUndiiia Cln*i
ii.tttl- .llitl Of Tl ,

111 ih Bniuh .h.i>iwii Arc*.
Mmm-No is l*4u n.
:..!>!* the
1 A>wmbl> inlotmina the Hen
1 Hunt* that 111 jcroMinni with
in- prairtnoai of the B3tcuuv Commit
' ml. h* luu Bpixiinoil Mr li II
Adam*. Dr. H CJ Cummin. Mi M I
Ml C I .V...... Ix- men
l>r nl th* P.r--nmi* C.iiiiiiiillr*

bl> .nfi.r miiai the lion
that he h. tunMdcml m
1 1 ii.-nd.!
M 'i 1 11,1.1 an
ll<|>itl and rurw.nl.
informaUen ( the Henourabta Heuaa ..

ItMH linvr Iwcn .i|.|c.l by lh
1 idal.ni>

1
.inrt Em - it.. ,, ..,:
rnOcd SSin rebmarv. iwni
Annual Hcp-.rl .in Harbadn* (or IS4B
The (oll.iH.tn M
rr. 1 bhiiiiipi* Rnolution to
the Order mode l>\ the .,
""" Ci.iiimnU'c Lindoi MgUgn of III*
, -. 1M5.
Mi. HaL.it
RoeUaaUoH vnUUfid m. I'arkina ,ini
Rwtikff 1'i.l- Amendi anti Hr*uia-
tlonn lt' made hy the Director .,f Hml<
way and Trarpo aty. 19S0 unaar ihe pr.iv
7 <. the Mot..r Vehlde. and Road Tradlr
Acl. IfOt ilST Ih. M amended b> Hi.
KepaitiiK'nt of lliaha\- and Tl
Arl. ISU >IM5IJ. and appn>ved an.l
nnctloned in in- gxealkmr) 1
1 ihi- Ifllh March. 1*60.
Mr. Aairtu N0U01 M aui Io amend
HeuirMi.Mlioii ol I
InlviuU'd fe Buy:
Then Stole
QtaAOfxT I
year-o'd mason of Clapham wit
og M .rom
Whitfleld *ie ptaaatt
1
Griffith Both aft

Mr A. J I i!

Imprisonment He ape]
P.C. 299 Illaiknian said on April
29 he saw Skin-.
store. Inland constable Hill went
In to the .
was told that Skeete ht
plasttr tH'lt Soon after Best came
in and oHered to pay Gnfflih for
the ball Skeete had H
SnaUhrd Wallet
When Best took out his wallet
- - atg inatchad it and ran
Aa> ih- eras Kit-
taken Id the t'antral Station when
'.!" Seibert Waldron -
kaapsj the riminal records
told the court that he atkOtM
aVstatt He -.aid that Skeete has
16 prevloui Mr larceny
Hafl on DM Laal isanvtettan he srsa
ientenceo; to mx rnootha* kmprleot>
Mi II A
Talma for stealing cloth valued
at 6 from the Royal Sinn- in
High Street on October 24. 1949
When asked :(
Beta bluntly dented ihai
in- did any llaalllll and claimed
that he wnaf in Grill"
looking at articles that he intended
buying From there.
Mother Dies
To Save Her
Only Son
FROM FALLING TREE
PORT Hi* 2.
Soogiah Samliil. U
mother of Bonne Aventure Rna Gaspanlla. South Trinidad, gave
her life to save her on..
three-year-old boy on Sunday.
when she dashed Im-Iow j falling
tree to rescue him.
The boy and his cousin were
reported tr> have been playt kg
near a tree which a woodcutter
was ;,ilmg Seem* hts danger,
tha rescue and
in pullum
from under th- raUmj
'ruck and
died soon aftar bagguj l.,ken to the
San Fernando Hospital.
The bo>
fCruck. and differed brins.-, on
his forehead and hodv.
fan. rrev*
STOLE PINE: 30/-
SYDNIY HOLDER,

.in,; two pieces.
i valued at ts. -. lha pi
In! the
Hi May 1
Mi I a Mi Land
DtaUraCl A urn to pay
ninth, or in
ment
BODILY HARM: 25/-
WIU.1AM i:V \N .1
by His Worship
Hi it ii Morris, yeetardaj ii>r In-
dly harm on
Qrittth on iVptll
He vvav K" tQ an alt. i
one month's unprisonnient
The How
it lawful fm
pan

ohill
maka
I deb. I
- began and adliuir
Initiate.! ". m, y i, M,.n|r, telaUve t..
i f t A-hbi fro.!, i
e..n stall ..t ihe OMtnl iii>.|.a-i
Thw Houkc paaacd a Heph Io the rnor'f UwM^a n,. i*%o Ttaa Kepi.
Ii. OoVWmi Tin' In
n iUim
to .-.. the OovernmcnU <>f the
u K. and
bade*. *i*i Ihal th Baibado> i.
. Mill ',, Ihe
poll of Ihe Sunn::., i \
C' inn on the Unification ol Public

DANGEROUS
RIDING; 40/-
I tQ n' paid ill JH
ipruionmeni

st Philip yeaterdaj I y Hlg w .
\ J. ii Hani
lound gudty ol nn n
Ihe bicycle M-4739 in a .
rnannar on laapp Hill lload i
Ar
Cost of
Up Two
Living
Points
THI Coal ... laving Index Ogure
dot Kehiuary, 1950, wan
IM pouini bul .it the) end of
March u had riaan to 232. All
:!: ii,. i
I9M
THE FACTS ABOUT FRESHER BREATH
and 0 LISTERINE Tooth Paste
In sci>nti6c tests, more than HO% of cases
of simple bad bremh were overcome oof
for minutes but tor hours--- wiih a single
brushing of USTkRlNB TOOTH FASTI I
BaUOJjsnri uisrsaroaM acnoN
AND NanV MINTT flAVOuai
Bve New LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE asSSJK
Knurr cihihuaUBo frubo ... keep tout liiaaaS
iMak MWffer vuh aluiasive I ult f im AcOOSJ
4 Fishermen
Disappear
POLICE SUSPECT CRIME
port Of SPAIN ttej t
"'.....- suspeol i reionj com-
udlni th.
appenraiu. | of-8pa n

I boat n
which tero nuaasruj m>
April 20.
mm vvin, h -: In Uk
Mori vrhan then
A [Hiiin ., 9unda)
i
with unlaarlul ,
The othei men lad
mi nahlni Rpedil April i-,
('.in. rres.
Hanee Gets
Civic Welcome
In Port-ofSpain
PORT


Council yeaterday that he would
do hut ain. intain tin
oeehvlU ^
g**Mn| batwf an Cat
'
and I-ady Ranee ware given a Clvii
-
Udai in..I. Ni i
Mayor, In
en Ranee
sn Joh
si...V, :ook over ins Governorship
there aidstad Into
boatlllty between
i
Shaw with having lull
The formal ceren
IB mlnutai and Mrs. i
wifa of the Daputa Maym i
lad Lady Ranee
>i ess. whr
was suffering from, ma
Can. Praae.
S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPT.
1ST FLOOR
< P. 11 IKK1SON CO. LTD BROAD STRCTT
re BOW available of - -
BSSSSBS UrtlBBIAN STANDING CLOSER
ASS )( 1ATIO.V KKPORT .1/-
OM*l VMAL RUPORTS-BARBADOS 2-
IHMHi,- iMMaea Caltaml Muazin,. 2/-
> wo r,mind yo ,ha, ANY book ,, (, ,lock may
"r.....'"' "'" "in "* >''"<- w.U, ,he minimum
delay. Telephone U27.
"EVERITE"
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
AND
TURNALL
ASBESTOS
WOOD.
laasK !
I'ink While Woollen B ukels
each..... ST "ill
Wollen Jacket Io ntalch US
I'lanelletlr Blankel IM
WhmII.m Jaekels in ihadl I'ink
.'. While. Blue & W Ii Plain
Blue. Plain While S3.ll" : (ill
While Oruiiiiilii-
Bonnels Iriniinell
wilh Blue Sl.ali
C hililren's K h u s
Khll> Hangers ea. 72c.
Sun Kiiiinris Ill
Bootfeaeach
e.. Mr.. & .72c.
w'lnii- Ctoehel Bonfa trfnuaai
uilh I'ink or Blueeach 2.1M)
W'hili Malerial Bonnels liimmrd
in Fink or Blueeach...... l.Sli
CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd.
10. 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
experienced
connaettd
the matter of
ilh a Mrs. Pil-J
11 to Studv
af
SCAC Report
Fresh for your
Pets !
PIKINA DOG CHOW
PURINA RABBIT CHOW
h. W. Jooal & Co, Lid
ufelribalore.
**"ur. not drawina forcib ;,'',icl" " ""SP11"' "*" naj
g."* Governor's altenlion lhe >"<>"< born ""re' d"d ln S'P101"-
Jj" which could bo done it the '' >" ' "' '"'< '* ""<"' m"
-* n-tVc, I- Z 323 S.onVi.i.0 uTfuU.^ no thai ^
?,n*U,. .h ould ask honour-
the opportunity of
tlktna ... "r 'W'bby was nol .,._,,..... .t...... ..i .vh h.< h.n
"muTiAT'' f Ashb>' lva!
Sour, .J* ""lalcd bul ll
SSaUoJ" ar hl! Pro'rasional
l"'lheh?ll.h'' ""
Wei. i ? lhat ,he "lat"', "'"'
E to do wiih lhe Hou^ bu:
*> u A"rK-J Kl"h ,hal cvw>'-
fi^ Barbados concerned lhe
"lot eml'l.v and it it was
Z,"""te a member ot lhe
n. 1 io5 c,n r"aUcr ot that
O-J?'' porter, labou,
".<,..' uployee ot the
WhiSf^ h'' cuul,i
t r.S*''5* correspondence
Hocii^v PUI
Barbados.
SIP l8 1- *-
eraor ""'' *Ul**d b) thf
Utrit-, SIV* yu notice ihai |
lhe i (ml Medical Officer has been
mm) end l have had no
opporlunity of ryfrontinji ihe
[lerson who has gi^an ihis wronit
informal
Ad be gl.id of an early re-
I am.
Sir.
Your Obedient Servant.
(Signed) A. S. ASHBY.
Assistant Visiting Surgeon,
lion P. F Campbell. O.B.E
Office.
Barbados
13 I 50
Sir. With reserace to >our-
-.e 9th of February. 1950.
I impresii'-ii '
vould no i
..isonable foi
THE House of Assembly ,i eater -
s.-le.i Commitiee
.alder a draft reply to the
Message Inviting the
lha House on the recoir'-
containcd in the Re
DOrtl Of ihe British Caribbean
Standing Closer Association Corn-
o) the CooUaslseaon on
.I the Public
Bi
Member.-; cofnprialng I
0 H. Adams, Mr.
F. L. Wakott; Mr A. E. S Lewis;
Mr. R C M;.p(.. Mr. W A. Cra-
.'ord; Mr u. D. Garner; Mr.
lirinckcr; Mr E K
Ml .W W Keece; Mr
J. H. Wllklni 0 rllf Honour th-.
Speaker consented to be associated
with the Committee.
** YES !
YOUR FAVOURITE DISTEMPER
MS III III -
Truck
owners
** a. lb*.-?' l >"1'1 :"""" -ih of Januan
* nterefore. terminated with * # Oa Page S
W hafson Today
Meeting. Advlior* (ommit
tee, Hoatpiul Board al 1-30
p.m.
Kootbill. (lurri. -, I'.rk -t
iM am
Raakf-I IUM HTJ-J
p.m.
"SUNFLEX"
We can supply you in the following colours-------
WIIITK. CKKAM. IVORY, BL KK. KOSE,
S 11. V I ll-GREV. BLLK & GKEEN
TRY US BEFORE PURCHAS1NC} ELSEWHERE
The Barbados Hardware Co., Lid.
(THI "Of sE FOR BARGAINS*
Mos 33 A 52 SWAN STREET PHONE 2109, 3534 or 4406
how much
for Sem'cel
The New Fordson Thames
Trucks an- tough . and
they stay on ihe job . and
when they do need attention, we see to it thai 'off-the-road-
iime' is reduced to thc absolute minimuin. What's more, our
service facilities save you pounds, for wc charge low fixed
prices Tor spares and mechanical repairs. That's why Tlktsncs
Trucks pay better! Ask us about tuernand about the diesel
engine which is available for certain models. #
CHARLES McFNEARMY .V <<).. LTD.


IMf.F SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
UH>NrW>\Y. MAY Luge
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSC
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BY WALT DISNEY
J V
r\J
-
BLONDIE
-i e-o
*\fl we cut ,___^__^^_
TO THI
" E"EN- ....
\\wtl -vOu'D 3S"EE -*_K '"J A** iT )
-CC TAU ^3 TO '
.'J MOV I
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKfcK
1011 GOT ^.E WROiS mt, WOlf! l'
HIT BIAIEI OROP WE HUSKED MAm
MFORt Ht GETS ID THAT ROK' ;
k. . i\vv\o.\
. t In J.i.l.il. ... id. lint l ' HJ ASKIO FOH IT PROFILF l-X LEAST I
, YtX/Vf OO0G4*O A LOT OF EXFLAinin, |
i .VOMDfA mtcne Ht INOUOMT THE
\ STErH IEO"*.. AH,WflL *V( Ml'i
* <^,-. G*<* VHtPfcn AMD Mtn
V1~S- FATHER CUT OF HEAt .
**^;+^ >. -.-V- T - ,
j indtttyffi..
Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.
made by
JOHN WHITE
FIRST AID FOR
Over.
Seating
When ova* '-'rjiiu,
food and dnnk chn -tea**
diitraaa Alka-Saltiar of far.
quick rattaf. Sparkling, ^-^
ani-ta.tir.ft, it. al (aluing p,
' "'I IP Surrv
Alka-Selt/fr
llirtif/* kfpp J
SACROOL
IN THE IIOMS!!
THE FAMOl'S RF.Mmi
i..r SPRAINS RHEUMA-
TIC PAINS.
ACTS LIKE MAGIC
On Sale *...
KNIGHTS LTD.
For------
THREAD CCTnNO
WELDING
BATTERY CHARQDfQ
METAL Tl'KMNO
MOTOR REl'AIsa
...
GUKD0K BOLQIN
BARBADOS GARAGE,
130, Roebuck S' : Dial W,l
M'mm... they're
perfect!
MAKE THEM
YOURSELF WITH
NO FEAR
OF FAILURE
Bakewell Tarts
Who wouldn't be proud of putting delicious tuts
ake these on the tea-table! You can make them
earththere's no special knack. With Royal Baking
Powder to guarantee success, they're bound to turn
out perfect. Here's the recipe:
Make pastry with < oz. plain flour, I Inn leaipoon
*>/.!/ Bakm Powdtr.plncn of sail, 1ft oz. lard, tntur
u mix. Line pMQl tins with pastry, put a little jam a!
bottom. Cream / or lunr ami ;(, oz. lugar. bra,
on m, add two oz. enolina, I rounded lea'poon
Royal Bui Mr Powder, a lutle almond nienct and 2
imtkipi. milk. Beat well, and three-quarters All the
patty-uu with the mixture. Bake in hot oven at
4J0\ 10-1J minute.
ROYAL BAKING
POWDER j*
HMHini I Alil'l IS
Situ: fr. hv 7'\ fi. ind l':. fi. hy Sit.
Also
I IMII I I >l IX KOI IS 6ft. wide
All very renson.ihle in Price.
> a in tain
Vitality
and
Cheeiiulnest
there is
nothing like ,
Ovaltine
zvzry
-a..... i. hi mm in.
10 A ii Roebuck Slret
liscotporatod
1W26
II (it, dotin anJour rhinit* totwdoM
"i. honia. AdJrd lo ^.,11^ ,(h dJr
- ..i\ ichvitlrn, vou cannot wonder tt
vuuofur. brc.mn- lirrd and ll.tlv**. It it A-
uch condition, that you will hod a cup of
>'-!.:.. ol > ul value.
VaH ?3s**?,*' ,n,MV"l' during thp day. dtlidMi
\WM Ovmldnc il| l.c|p ,0 maintain vourHnat*.
/// Jn'*"V. ""' v',Bl'(V ! high level. Prrp-iW
/ / from Nature', be.l food.. Owlur.,-' prortid
/ 100 per cent, concentrated :,.iri.hiwai to
, body, btainand ncrv*.. Moreover, it .uppto
I'm- '""'"'"'in in a form exceptionally eaiy
lo digci
A cup of Ovaltine i. very quickly pi*pand-
) and what a rapid improvement it can ovakalt
u ^ your outlook and cheerfulne...
\ SaU M aCTftf ai hm frv all Chimui and Sum.
' Drink delicious
^Ovaltine
and note the lliffemut!
LIGHT cSc POWER
TROUBLE FREE
"LISTER-
ALTERNATOR SETS
INSTAJ. .
I.M .W. DIESFL DKIMV ALTERNATORS
/ K.W.
/ > .W. .
II 3 .W. ,
ii .w. ;
w.
All rixnptflr wllk HwltrhbearSB aaa Aalawatle VelUir
Mam
COMPLZTC RANGE OF SPAKE PARTS IN STO.
ihi: h init tints #* v## rm.
DRIVE NOW
WITH THAT
"SAFETY
SMILE "
FIT THE NEW
ATLAS TYRES
10 ply
750 x 20 10 ply
600 x in |i ply
I N \ io 4 ply
o x 16 t niy
500 x 16 4 ply
SBB nun t SSO BEAL*
SSO SIR>ICINTER
Dial 3938
Upper RoebuJi S'


.TOST-yPAV- MAY 3. 19.-.0
CLASSIFIED ADS
BARB.llMS U>\o< Ul
Mt KENT
MOUSFV
PAGE SEVEN
PF.RM.\.\I
UC arr
------- credit
IXOTTA BARKER
i ge m M
M| : t r Harbour Log
In Carli.le Bay
rBal
-a^Et0"""" **>**>*>*
- . l?*L Com-'- two
>> lu. ] brdl
.. GMmv and .11 mod*.
"" Ail Am
drawing too
bedroom,, dining room. m
'!" 1**1*10*.
i and O.
Clarke
ffS. AJJVOCA .Mooda,


DIED
"< with j Mroomi
oca For fnh
.',
____-TeatcM::*
STTl. Mn-ro.1 Mjv" hi
T,,.. at lU u clock ihi. <
Jliii John* ParHh Chui
%_-Iaj are inrtird
aaalaa, Claude Cordon.
Erf and IBM children.


Sunny Si,),-
-Sh
(NO IAIIOB HOUSE
p ALE
iJTDBOTTVE
Morm Mmjr Mm
,3 Price 00 Applv
""^ Oa.. Ltd Dial 47
*^m_Wt Morm Minor u irer. lou.
-----caadlUff * now. APPl' Ha..hi
^m. Aurttoo Room*. Hardwood
aaan dairy I m
Apart men1
fumiahed
4 50 t t -
4-M-l.f.n
I'fotlnga.

JORDAN' M
,eMM. to h.- '
" Won. *, MMtKBtn My debt of
s is irs.- "
niAmn c-uaanirr bawceh
SU A- |
Now Orleena
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY MAY | ll5|
African Sgt.-Majors Learn To Bellow Squ-a-a-d
AND THEY ----------------
lovi: IT
eSTaMMAU. PICI *.
Aloe* pt..i lie. Pore*, Mm
3JOO n
to learn ho* drill u don.- in the
( -i .
i' -.' |..n ,t ui 45 nonuies each

mii fly home again.
in*; MB V. I [WO ol
c I t.MJ
wi^ Ineii flrai visit to
nBloodeven the- drills Bui thej

Tin;, arc keeping uii thick
length paitt laid Captain r D
who LrouKht them i -
"And so U
t n legit i etgni
blantu'ts to Un in
lint |t 'llinmslws
r.s.m tfunal Paba, k s.k
I'maru Numan. and C 8 M
Uu Doui) all hold the M M
Tho atbei l'moru
Maidugurl s-. i,iu Kangara. 1
t'andc Mama Most,
W;n.g;ini an:
.m and Murk Baah.
At the QtiaroV a hut iu tiumsi-ivi^ When HH
'rturu ti> Nmtii.i and Uu
i onfci Ha to al NJ 0
to re.'.
I..E B
Empire Drubs
College 110
In Second Division Game
outplayed
liege it. then
Division Bime .,; Quern Part
i-mng When '
Harris bun* ofl (he
Vi am bag] he Km-
king thr
Colleiga go it
.11
Wood who scored four on. I
Morris. BaMj and Ctaigg m
.
MaiMtevllle
i!if ecou >.' nn hiv
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the socomi goal a''-
r-as on the right
wing
while the to i
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Ob
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begh j
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Hy this time the
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Uabb. W<

Ran Splendidly
But Did Not Win
rum \ < riion Mot-|{iiii
LONDON. April 30.
.i short head in the Two
IuIim ai the first Brit-
i tha American colt
man ran splendidly and
i bare lived up to
ThiN American-
Prince Wwllo showed n>nt the Tricolour He never
. -. In *[.in dowr. bg U>
I '>( margins In a photo
iiniih iriH wa< promptly made a
short priced fdvounu- for Th>-
Derby This great race, run over
one and a half miles at Epsom,
take* plan- on Saturday, Mav 2:
So fa Primr Simon, owned b>
Ihr wcllknnwii American sport--
man Mr William Woodward hat
" challenger in the bel-
Unt! market, for hi* conqueror in
Vnea Q tin at Newmar-
ket, the ftaja Khan's grey colt
li not going '
event
i . only just hung on to
raight Newmarket An-
ii'i.s ,)ti(! the Amerl-
Mlld have won. It was
r tl
could hardli be <-x prated to rtay
the Derbv.
1 '. M..Kn
pair I'arkal and Gara.
It was bad luck for Prance tha)
then chant Guineas hope Cardanil
from the Boussach stable injured
hlmaall a few duv beto c the rare
and could not run Emperor, the
ng, wa* left to reprc-
He never re-
red from a slow start finishing
eighth of the 19 starters.
Would Have Placed
It might be safely assumed on
UlHI running and the Guineas pic-
ture at Newmarket that had Card-
... .1 nem able to run he would at
trail have got a place. M Boua-
Mch may still have got a line on
Ui chances of beating Prince
unon in the Derby, but he would
nave had a better chance had
lai i t*"en able to take part
in the Guineas.
Of the three French challenger'
only [.'Admiral has done anything
of rtotg UU I I'.nkiil a
brothnt to Ardan. now in the
i'ntted States, has onl> run once
when finishing second early In th^
month at Longthump in a mile
and a quarter event
But M. Bouasach has plenty of
i>eeii Winter fav- no'*" W the Derby lWorc Tl
M Bll tl he eOUld tmh
nolali third, well beaten, is at*o
. .

Thuf with the t its iii.it anhthed
li the Tiilnm un-
lla* Iv to oppose luni in the Derb>.
it l| onl% nntuial thai I |
moo should be a litaivul favour-
lb with leu to
othai candldjata
l:irk'P contendet and the way he
hai len backed sliows that lip
is ,i reallv good one
Gerapsar Is a ton of that great
i i.spion Pharis which m Itself
puts inn: m the race with a won-
lerfU] chance
Prince Simon would have won
the Guhieas but f.>r being badlv
drawn at the starting gate, ac-
offered any cording to his jockey Marry Carr,
His nearest wbo also rides for the Royal
Market rival is Castle Hock, chest- Stable. Ol the IB to face the starter
kelella, who ha
vet been ui thti aaian
Rock is i
naogtnl aitd by vir-
acl that none can tell
tv
i-ompai
with Prince
the American colt drew the Rl
teenth plare which meant thtit hi
a*ai on tha fui side of the rich
with the stirrer gradient oi
which to pace -Mfulrr.
Can France
Find A Team?
For World Cup Games
PARIS. May 2.
For some time the French Press
has been clamouring for France
to be "invited" to play in the
World Soccer Cup games at Rio
Now that it in ofncin1 U
will take part, the critics are won-
dering how the French Football
Federation is going to find miii-
ahle learn to send over.
With the French Cup final on
May 14, and another three games
still to be played in the tli.im-
plonfMng, many' of the leartmi
ire suffering from .ninoi
mjurifi or showing the sti. n 0
a strenuous season
The pi. teni i fi-i ee nan proo-
.ihlv )>e found, but the attack will
cri ir .i problem, as there I
scarcity of uiaipsbooici and
aponrv fot
Renter
No Knowledge
Of $125 Million
U.S. Loan
WASHINGTON. May 2
The United States Government
was icportcd to-day to be ready to
offti Ai .-< :i!ina a comineicial
ereuit ..f l. t s125,000.000.
One report suid that President
Truman was understood to have
authorised 11. but officials at the
White House *aid last mght they
had no knowledge of the situation.
The money would no towards
helping the Argentine to refuiiv
lej debts to American ex-
1 total of a DO U t
s 108.001) .000.
Neuter
Surgeon Must
Quit Job
Fraaa ae 5
i otkc terminating your services
at the expiration of a reasonable
period, namely, on the 1st April,
nnd was not. nor could it be rea-
sonably eonstmed as l>eing. a
notice of dismissal. In the cir-
cumstances, therefore. It would
he Tieithei- appropriate nor rele-
vant to hold an enquiry and,
accordingly. His Excellency Is un-
able to accede to your request
that he should adopt that course.
I am.
Sir.
Your Obedient Servant,
Acting Colonial Secretary
i)i A S VSHBY,
Rilbrook.
Top Rock,
Christ Church.
11th February. 1930.
SIR,I have the honour to
draw to voui attention that Dr.
Mailman has refused to hold an
enquiry or to mvaetlgate griev-
ince which I ha\'f m eomuM-tioo
Vtfh m> wife's treatment while
he *M in Hospital, .-tid. in par-
I to ihe pvr
formance of her duties by tha
tendance on her.
I U:ni icason to believe that
Di ffalllnan'i duti"s wen particu-
i.u l. directed to in\t -tigattngsuch
pMrVaOCf l and I am at I loss iO
mdantand his rerusai to investl-
gata.
I rung to ask that the matter
be Intated is urgent
I am.
Voun faithfully,
>;FOKGF. C I'lLGRIM
Uommencjnji 12th May
and continuing until 20th
May.
The Tranquility Team
of Tennis players will be
paying Savannah et aT.
Clubs a visit this year
from 12th to 20th May.
The price of Admission
will be li- each after-
noon.
Steason Tickets $3.00
each, these can be obtain-
ed at the Savannah Club
from the Honorary Sec-
retary and from members
of the Committee.
Play will start at 4.15
p.m. for Men's Doubles
and 4.30 p.m. for all other
matches each afternoon.
J. W. McKINSTRY.
Honorary Secretary.
Inier-C'lub Tennis Com-
mittee.
DAK
The famous men s
trousers which
have a thousand
uses. Morning
afternoon or
nightits
DAKS. Tailored
by Simpson's of
of London
Pair.............-
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.
i the ban British |u-
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! ibUI "as not PnMramnw I'^iad.- an _... Wui> .,,
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he an do the same on u
weak Tl i aval oM
mile, five rurlongi i Furl im: rut
the Derb) couraa which
-
k ."i lhat the DOW
danger will come frani
i
I i | ,i,el hoVO
won the raoe twice m the last
ill bui putted "ti
Ith Amoui Drako
Madame
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, w though
i kaktng n,> hancee
With eiiiu- ol Marcel
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la III* p.m. TallP It INn hw 10 I
BbUmkb ttl Xutbpv II p m T'
Sugar, Molasst's
For Canada
Thl, .
..nd a lam.' quantity ( molasseo
i re bating Loaded an U i
Alcoa Ptirnan foe porti of Cana-
da. The I'm it.in irm ed yi
fiom Brltlah Qulana and
shottiv afti r to I
For Montreal, it will take 1.400
tuna of ugej 1^01 barn
IOUj halt-b.oiel;. ,,| molu rtH
ii. ,r il|
ii-sve for St. John
wick, alonj with 3iM) barrob "i
and 20O Kirrels of vacuum
>an tnotaeaei Pot 6erel. Uu
- loading 3nti pun<
harreli of moln
The Puritan brought no cargo
for (hiK iw-rt It i
iiovnd the end ,,| tl,,
The Hon.
The C.l Secretary.
Col. Secretary's Office.
Bai badoa,
|fl .,n
SIR.I am directed to Inrorn
lalUnan id*
pointed "\ the (lovcmor to en-
the adminlstr.ition and
on of the Qenoral Hoa-
pltal
not appointed to enquire
Into imbvuiuai grtevan
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i 'i.Miai Beeretary
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By 'Sun Jewel1
' I'lantarioii*
I .id Mduy will be ihe Sagucna'
I'.inunals Lut, Irelffhtot s.s
Sun Jewel. It Li Li miiins; for Bar-
b'..ios ii shipment of 1.900 bags ot
Hour from Halifax. Nova Scotia.
lour hi enn-
Mei is- H Jason .'one.*
c*. Co.. Ltd. Quite a lew culls
have been made this year by ship*
oi ,lii.s line with llour from Canadi.
CARRIBBEAN
WORKERS- UNION
LECTURE BY
Labour Commissioner
Mr E S BURROWES
at
8.00 p.m.
on
Tburaday, Ma>- h. 1950
at
Synacogue Building.
Synagogua Lane.
Subject "TRADE UNIONS
AND THEIR PROPER
FUNCTIONS"
\ll Member, are iniited
BROADWAY SELKI TI05
NYLON STOCKINGS $1.80 a*r pair all shaon
PLASTIC :'<" wMe in White Bloc, Lemon A Pink GOe. pnfj
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multi rolour 38c. each
VF.LVrT RIBBON In Red. Black. N-ivy and Ureee
READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT Tfffl
UHOIIIWAY IIHISN SHOP.
Barbadon Friendly Football
Association
i
at. t

i
tertwn ai

3RD DIVISION GAMES
i ft ited V \1 PX 20 :n
i Third D vlaton Bxture at
One goal
I d ui each i-nlf of the
avace and Y.U.C a.
played to i ono-all draw at Com-
V MCA nelt.-o ., |
and in the first hat C
bxi mere etiuahse.1 0111111* the
The Weather
IH>\1
sun 1:...- 5 43 a.m.
sun gegai an p.m.
Moam (ijst Quarter) May 8
lilhllni: 7.M p.m.
Ilsh Water: 1 ' a.m.. 508
p.m.
YESTVKDAY
hunl.lt t 111.riii,:i..,il Nil
I'emperature uMas.) 86.e* 1
l>niperaturr (Mln.l 74.S* P
\\ind nor, 1. r* 19 A.m.} h by
N < pam., E
Wind Velorlty 1? miles ggfl
hour
IUrmeter (3 p.m.) >9.Mt
2/oaffr /'aftti-orf
G:'x
Ol VERMIN
SNEAKES? GETS A
B!(3eANS0JT0P j
IT WHEN A R*L |
SETS IN A JAM \
AW0 HITS THE
HEADLINES
,
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HA-WAI'.EScrA |
CE1E6SjTV iN CoR
AMPST.BOy'lTHiG .
HA" TO 6O ON THE f\
BULLETIN BOARD!! 1
T SENT TVlE POR TWELVE AIORE
COPIES
>^...~ By Jimmy Hadu
ButWu=.^c /But./mrTeditorT
WHEN THE
SHOE IS ON HIS
OWN STUMBL'NS
RDOT-.-GiVEA
USTEN TO HIS
TEARY REFRAiN
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POSITlON-WU'VE
I JUST QOT TO KILL
\ THE STORY-THINK
OPMV FAMILV-My
REPUTATIONMY
L. STANDlNe >N THE
COMMUNITY-
Im ihmt
a%a#acf
ff>/-uruiii
i a Suit T.ii!.., .-,<
by us.
On!y the Finest
tfii.ihi. Suitings
sturkril only
thi- Best Workmanship J
|W t.inleej
^r-^,l'T IS FIT YOU
"^ .VVUU1
r
P. (. S. MAFM
I 10. LID.
"Top So.ii-.s in
Tailorini;"
Tadaits Skidoi
Tin* SYMINGTON'S PEA FI.OUR
LVLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP in 2's I
.. PALETHORPES MEAT ROLLS n
.. YORK CHILICON CARNE in Is
CARROTS in Is, 2s J, 2Ws
.. SPAGHETTI with MEAT
Bot< PEANUT BUTTER3-oz. i lO-o;
.. TOMATO KETCHUP
.. ANCHOVY ESSENCE
. MANGO CHUTNEY
FRENCH MUSTARD
Pks. WEETABIX in Vs k \%
IMI. IS( IIAI0T
Mm-. |'r ill.
ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD.
-?. ti~-7ti
CRITTAL!
WINDOW!
Wl. QUt Sl'PPLi
nm stock
CRITTAL GALVANIZED
STEEL WINDOWS
ami
mm doors
Outward openinc CASEMENT WINDOWS
S feet or 0 feet high with Ventilators, all necessarv nv|
tngs and Locks. 1*% \
Ontward openhu FRENCH DOORS P^
~ feet 9 inches high with Ventilators, all nectanoB
1-itiinEs and Locks.
YOl'R ENQC1RIKS ARE INVITED.
TIIOVE : 4387.
WILKINSON k UAYNES CO., 111.
JEFFREYS
it I MHO
STARS
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yaui ii \Li anva
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Finest Qu tity British
WOOLLENS :-
DOESKINS :-
WORSTEDS :-
TWEEDS :-
SERGES :-
LINENS.
DRILLS :-
WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TAILORED
SUITS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Can Be Seen 41
C. B. RICE & Co.
OF
BOLTON LANE
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