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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE S\T\ RDAV APRn. W.I. Team DraWS Spartan Routs Second Match YM PC t ? WEST INDIES XI 219 for 5 wkts. Dec CONFERENCE XI 107 for 9 wkts. KINGSTON. Surrey. April 28. THI WEST INDIES practice match against Cricket Conici ference scoring 107 fat 0 wic fa atg in reply to the West Indies declared total of 219 for 5. Jolt iioilmeyer captained the W.I side in the absence of John Goddard. who is suffering from a cold. A good crowd of mans hundreds, including scores of schoolboys. came to see the tourists The weal-helay was M tun wa* trving to break through. West Indies ileelaredthen inning at iw tm D day match with fhc Club Crtcktl Conference XI herf OrMaM wr.-c laM lefl %  pats the wor* After lunch the West IndaM continued to play steadily. Hoi Minntrw nurinf the Interval changed conditions in favour ot ,si\l Stoll%  Yacht Club Regatta Today Rainbow', Gnat Promising TtnrtT-mna yacMi a part in the Seventh Regatta od ..I Barbados Yacht I 1 oared hiaat) viill be aeeri .1 M(h eeeidrtlon* %  ms Dfrinot Byno. in the haa scored U %  J iicirm wall caught behind the arkM iii Ki it : ii fours. .., caught at miaM H 43, which include*! t.r vr :i ".pdrkln son G< Ike X i;,,u;,.lh,n ka I gwV much for the club players, for the win* ball eoneel. 1 %  • %  Y.u. II Mai.' on N Clans, alao with • The ICeMill* M i %  H Ithey %  A. t India <<• -r down. %  led V M PC. %  football tixluie at Queen's Hark Two of Spartan'? light winj 1 rolman netted one each. .it once went on the ...... i>ned their seorr. when Trotman headed a high eat '"'-'' the goal Y M P C now pressed soon twi down when Austin, beat the r Arrher with a "Irrb" Thr Park team now bad the HAM in I*"*ir favour, and soon scored fret Inch anv %  half, the bau time, with Y M P C their op%  : %  '.u area. %  nig them to defend. Sayers at full back kept off the attackers. About six mil. call". Austin. ftT 11 wav through 1pieced the ball into u%  I for his team. The teams %  v ht.P.i Austin, Skinner, Hall, i nd Bd| %  %  A1e, Brathw.nt. I %  id Jemmott. THIRD DIVISION FOOTBALL Empire i Third Division %  I five linn It ion quid n • n \ .. Da %  I 0 %  t K in .i Ti ll I urn u %  Kascal i i i 3 War Cload % %  as 'B' %  %  %  %  in BaUini -.iic watt la .ies did •-eathei Then tunn Nan one win; Mil Wlll( one third; D-9 OUee Blotei ' oesswien %  %  -in* %  Hesoltifr tWl Mischu ( one win and s tin Hi Ih erd ;/ and i' I %  M i i-r nnrmoi I, nfl I. w. I)onl.in li Pultun I C B teaaW fattl fur r oxiuii i i<" i. l m S fur ll ( UNVI in NCI 1ST IN* 1 B.(;'SC.I>.\\. Awards 7 %  %  %  Scholarships BarfcadH yi ". Oafteaaeavswet) 8e*' wen i %  i> w i J J .'. %  .. %  %  %  i Oradu%  %  %  %  ship i R U kiHurc II dUri Joiw* It., SOl % %  • B.B.I. Iladiii rh^ftBBt nm N %  i %  %  I l m m %  U"tMMU. I %  %  I n ii i IMUM oi%  i %  '%  %  i . i % %  i I %  lirhiivl Tin Ton if hi 1" From Th MlltiruU I* |:> i H Ml" 111 3d naast Ttiinai. IO .< %  Friendly Football Trial Gune THI ii %  %  %  ocUtion to the B.A.F.A. arnock-Oul ConraetWon will be I --morrow at the Shell Ifrw u ndi follow] : S Daniel (Quits); Baeki H Dmy (RanB anKei W< E M ,.t ) (Tami.,,,s, i A TtMtrn.in (Piimi.lv); 1 Powlei (81 alarj i : Masaiah (Ceithi Kg] | "id Boys); %  it i, in Coloured BMrl I (;,nii .1 Thompson (Maple); Waithi [Penrodel C jf %  He %  I Phillipi K %  pti Penrodi B Dennj K Carter news Old : i Ranfers), C rh.md1,., (Colti i <> Aaglll (MMiie): n. i F awn Club). • H p.m.. and Mi o Oraham will be I Clarae I I Hind*. PracUceShootTodai ll be a araetii rovernment Riii' Tin D a it i p.in iins win 1Mthe laal aracti I 11 shy win.' ,. on 6th Mav. Tar Waalhar TO-DAT Nllll IIS. s I 14 II, -.mi lata i, 11 p in. M i ,i"H May S. I i.Mint .!• pm Hull .l.i I '1 ., in I C l> ,,. rum NMI K4111MII (I odriiiitloiii in, I.I.I (ur niuulli It. '.- %  1,4, M III.. I.IIM'.I .urn' lMu I. im>< i.iluir ^tin i Ti* V \\ mil llni i Hull l9 l HI I I i | I Hind ,.l... ll, 11 mil.-prr hour IUi.nii.-lri ,^l ml JHH49. | | i„ | "• KM. i They'll Do li E\er) Time )mm km Juit arrivi-t To JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWARE ':: %  .: %  %  ...•.., %  w.-.v.v.v W v v v ,,.,, w v v., w w ,.,' EXHIBITIO OF PAINTINGS BY The Dutch ARTIST VAN YPEREN AT BARBADOS MUSEUM 29th April to 9th May 10.00 a.m—6.00 p.m. daily Sunday 2.30 p.m.— 6.00 pm UNCLE SAM k THE MAPLE LEAF GRIFFITH'S presents the following. Sthn.n | Mustard (ia J. < in namill Kllm in lib and .Mb Tins I uliil. t\ i\|i.,|i.i Iwfcfi. i.iinviiut leegi -i • BWlft'a Krai nil JU*irs >anrtr'\ tvjpnuird Milk KellacK(BWa Flake* 1 (ii..rii lotlet Paper >( .median. Wind-.M i.nirt Pane* Quakrr OaU in I m. Darag puim t _W Ltvei nils G. F. S. Danre & Flow Show AT HI! BARBADOS III! V,,( I || li SATIUDAV Al'llll ||| • P.m. -M a. m • FLOOR SHOW rommnunlt IMi p m "I "HIS I...UH. of Arl.Ni. | Fcalurina i van ii. iSNTMiN 1 MIIORII KIRBIN IJ U JAJUHNE ] OBOl ICAI %  rllk mi ,-i wl %  ol Uic C! Acooii\pamn Paints by Lwis Berger & Sont (Great Britain) Ltd %  Bjnl For Galvoni* asbestos, or shit filed roofs LASTIKDN has lor many years pro* 1 most economical and •* paint ever Hilrota"*' Baii Ii never fad' tod %  ' Risi Oxi.ic. auarw"""! 1 anent Green and other Coloin* ;.irOei Card, ui apply '^ : GARDINER AUSTIN & COU$ B:idfllown, Sole **[



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•sivv pim. M. IM llAUBADOS ADVOCATE SIMEY: 0 pf WOMEN LONDON •.uda> that .11 | ;nma. not Papa "'-'— me pants in 'he THEQAMftn. a .: \tSt LB, and women wore mraa he sld quite definitely 0,, idea of %  "weaker sex" lain! ot ihf pa" %  Tberc paw %  TJ T S Sin*)' Mid thai it 1 •Si' who does the allerf £* %  < wistfully though %  ST "lllw w " MkM %  He does them anyway. '.„ lv or not. he conceded | %  Suflc pronouncement pure ""SSalKj. Dr. Simey saidl %  ££* at the house has ,'S^d, and nowl merMv fj^, we have not yet !" n£ slafe where we havq| which sex we wont to the behaviour of man LONDON. „ ,. cha,, !" and w,l, J*£J** -^""j^ *"25e£fr bUmed 1. parti, gi-beth whHe .he Jft -•r.ietum to the Amazon, otttn of her second baby late in which usually involve Ion* standing and strain, have been cancelled. Elizabeth will lead an entirely %  normal" life bv keepin.. up private engagements arnost M the day of birth. There will be only slight variations to lar diet, designed to prow ting on too much weight. Before the birth of PliDi Charles-, she nttended to correspondence and other Palace matters up to a few days before the Prince was born on November 14, 1MB. She went shooting with theRoyal Family nt Balmoral In the early autumn, attended a wedding on October 20 and drove with her husband Philip to n private rtinm-r-prirtv on November !2 /gq/tfty QppAUnf PACE THKEi: ROYALTY KNITS „ tension In man, he said ominously. —t women who have been In Jined forces find their home I inadequate Sjnwv men i -y whether ^..t this tension" by the ^ned women would result in increase In day pigeo; m or pot shots at husbands, British scholar also didn't BY solution to the changing tjM! as he summed up conUDgi of %  two-day mental r conference. But he did i that conditioning on the {Vets of life sternb advised: __ men and women must to accept 'heir sex as a fun_^ fact. They have got tc to a new pattern for their tad the burden of choice Is JBBL" Other word*, wiveto stand over a hot stovi* dinner — cajole, bribe or I that hubby stand over a dishpan after pparentlv the -ox pattern at&ik age —I N S. WHAT U.K. BEES IN M.E. CAIRO. April 28. President of the Egyptian Heykal Pasha said to-da> he interpreted Britain's attito Jordan's annexation of Palestine as meaning "Egypt ttftle her differences with _^t*fore Britain can settle -Terences with Egypt". 1 Camden Town (London) will be summoned. Sister Howe, browneyed, slim and In her ISO's was 1 nurse-in-charge at the birth of Charles. She has worked on Sir William's cases for years, includng the birth nf Prince Michael of the Duchess of Kent. According to present plans the baby will be born at House. London home of Elizabeth and Philip. Bui because the Royal Family traditionally visits Balmoral during the summer, the possibility o! the baby being born F. Caught at the hack like old-fathloned hustle IT,,.. F.lltabrlh worr this sea-green drea*. lopped b> A fox rape when i*hr viHitem l*ndons Rowl m.|, union in Albemarle street. —EXPRESS. ruled <>ut. ion house. d if the child were bom in Scotland, no doubt it would be at Hirkhall. When IMncess Mar%  i 21, IMO, II was the %  ROOM A MERICAN had Ixvn t*orn in Scotland for ^ %  Uiiies, The baby, boy or girl — and .ill, hoping for %  girl — will M third in line to the tin nd forcing once more in the line of asm giver* ihe addltli i TO M Ar\hur George, if th. % %  i ma would not be %  fter the Kin, Of Philip's falhei Henry. David. Patrick, M i tier. i. court arek Mair, in .-,ini %  . aan, VIc%  • %  % % %  I Be likely choices i of Edinburgh's tour of duty in the Mediterranean is intll the vnr i % %  mate Issnrs i.. certain to b.the eoiitmement %  nd celebi Reports from well She lu*.s %  me of which, as I %  %  %  %  Iran log, rnrwirssjsil bi %  i-r nning is the lavette for ihe baby herself. Ai II* • ill lie all I K.imily. including Queen Mary, analreedy knitting busily, —I.N.S. Gas Secrets Enquiry fn Britain No Comment BUI N ment Uh icnt th;it Trade Pad tact that A i Toected 10 follow was given :o repi are about I ;00.000.00j peso trade agreemem importance nnh Argentine accord while DO Washingt %  -cries Argentina will Import oil from dollar areas : one year I nence. ProspecTs o* trade with Oft availabili^ %  %  need the : ' ti the i : i —Reuter Thank Britain Advocat* Corrnipondrnl i BEL1/K 1ST week Monday the LegisCouncil unanimously ndoptrejohition of the Hon. Wilson liUun. recording "grateful %  ntuon of the special conStun given to the immediate of British Honduras, ana tse prompt and favourable taken by His Majesty's lament in making available (port quota of 25.000 tons (of of which 18.000 tons a ill be bought by the Minis'Food at reasonably remunn) prices to be negotiated illy| resolution was seconded by %  a. Johnny Smith, People's Wtee chairman. FOOLISH AT 30 „., LONDON. The report said, however that Senility begins at .10 — but "there is much to bo said on the there* life in the old dog yet. other side. That fAtnunariztg the nndmgs "The older man may well claim on age and dexterity studied in that hi-experiences %  the aboratory by th.Applied rnakSJ up for any abatement ot Psychology Unit at Cambridge mechanical daxUl rsity, and reported in th. current issue of the "British An example may be taken nMcdical Journal The influential journal pointa %  *• COUftC Hiwork i out that the laboratory "does not ck* lion of henint suggest that foolishness beglni U ntunllaUon, arrive at 30, but it dkk cements, all at high speeds. that after that age the fnim shadows of semlit> are approachIt is )>osslble that the inga minute which gained him his One test Is the :rac;ng with a diploma in his stylus the mirror Image of cercoma '.**0 <>t loss In : tain digits. This is foun i to be ''ut •luanwlule he has become less speedily done once the age better equipped mentally for bis of 30 is passed. %  'k There may be more gaps The ability to make rapid and in hi racord, but he accurate movements and to Ion on mailing them decline^ rtNfttg • 'o make them good. n early middle age. —INS LOCKED IN CANTERBURY, England. While Patrick Brown was takj Mbfl it the top of the ntexburr'i ancient gateway, somebody tocked the iiooi. Browi incomfortable hours. —Can. Pre* BY CHAPMAN PINCHER %  %  %  > roiiowuig tin %  %  %  %  :r\ I*h Governmu" suggestion th*: But th'.carried out with M I than tin* routine cheeks already made hmenta G station ffhlck li also near %  Tlie Itntish and US led to exchange information I Kan defence since ihe A new* Interchange toi .nod in Washington a week before Pucha i %  .. %  133, Stafl ehtefi are M Informal %  %  %  %  areapoi to attack I %  at Edge. I One "i their discover i es, known i 1,000 umaa note m us tarn gas Boland Acts V^ B.6*a Chief Justice iBartudea Advorai* Oavraa ril 8. Mr. Justice F M B %  %  Bli \. n nham w. : % %  .cii |,rora lit.. •d to Ihj countrj i n Phi I h Hondu% %  %  the Supreme Court; n tielh St." | I bin beach He sucew %  %  .: Isl 11.1) Supreni. I II ., |, '-p..n when mustard |M %  .): J U. I ton plant, whiel menial establlsliinent from del. i i re ean h eatab%  : • : %  Sir William Ramsay wts the diuovtm of awkfo "•' f—Ur <•) rlnmK—tn achinrmnt mfmmUtlti hi ihe --ute hiilory of thtmiitrf. TV hm of ha iworrnn u>m mode "i iSoiwhrn,unihLtiiRafkioh, v ixAatei aifm, imt got Am exist! m imdl OJtonHltes in "t oil. Lalri, Aanuajr omj An aiiiiionn tactteitiin nWdftM? helium, MM, luyflon OMJA enon .uhiihat aho piestat mtmmm lw h rm twin mmmn. Alfm ihnr oom Mir mm rhmuj -/--' | J~ Aiom a *r.tm >W m ih, moJnn gfiU rltark lifh, b.0,. Jfc *„, ^rf,2( hmp Jrprmb m nton u iu,k or, nni ihol frw t i a p m t il loioy by my olhn ~~* ihm Aol -J m\m .IK. lUirn U Mm rmytoyei m mm lomp,, m oilinm lo ISWlUnwn mt.imudofktjIr '-fj /['l |ft i fa m' ir,h. RMBt/wmtommClis.:. ohril^laaslhltlt.iimniim, onjliiyiiltt.a well m hrmg fiofrtoi of.hemiui, 01 Brinol W Ion, m Ut*muy'j4kp, Umim. Ik wm hi^htiJ M i j.v, and ou'oijtj ihr Nohri PHm m ,tm. / ,oi, V; m m mn lm tl Aaonoiu., olChrmuol ,d. soya n \m MI n awm iwum 3r. wt Mini I:II'.I:.I\ „ ,.„, Hla k NlvT lM Unrm KI MIVMMH -|(ii:p HI u: KiK LADIES AT THE IMIOAIIU \. IIIIIVS SIMM* 1W pet rV^ This pure rieh milk powder romea in large lt-lb tine I Js.tS j>er tin. a handy and economical way to buy powdered milk for the fan.ih Dairy Pride Is mau^hi .t %  esmltty Cow'o Milk, nnd processed so that all the natural vitamins ind ereamv flavour of fre*h Cow' MUl T > (nlned. DUUCTIOMS' Mix one beeping tuuleapoonful of Dairy Pride (a) •W| ball pml ('•* pint) or cup of liquid. For extra goodnea.*. mix and leave in refpgOT lee box overniglit BUi Ice koui whisk a few sponfulnf Dairy Pride Milk I into your mixture — W.M per 17-1% tin. Dairy ?ride 4L ovo Ur f i nai ritamini and %  i .t Me. par un an pU| l I M*. p.i !!-•. llm MAFFCO *•. AiUit t>. r LU. I I a.ll.-. mU.mmi i \ NMM A I %  H M pete. %  % % %  euava A c... • .Ill.na <>• % %  a>u. r>thiM a t . LI4.. lapfiH. Saall t. t I IIMI A. rao a i*. I I WILLIAMS XARKtriNU CO.. 1 TD.-S.U



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FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE % %  vn mm. \,. u „ f... o^ADYO. -f" I .\eise BK li iak, n(! on a now • .ranco with the Ix-neficial changos instituted in the control of traffic Pedestrians arc still reluctant to u tl lenee but an increasing number are doing so as it is realised that they h*vc been set up in the interespedestrleru themselves. As a result of the new traffic arrange-. ments. vehicular traffic is no longer diitura is sitting and it is often difficult to httr what is said at the Council Board or on the Boor of the e The acoustics of the Houae of Assembly are particularly bad and the 'live great difficulty in getting all that is said by a speaker. everyone that steps be taken to remedy the difficulty of hearing and this is made more ecute 'luring the middle of the year when fans are turned <• adding to the alrcaiiy great e& If microphones were Interval around the Board and Table great assistance w.mld be frbo have to report the events in the island's legislature and should be helpful to members thi D %  Such a eolation would be better than returnini* To the old system of diverting trafllouse or Council is meeting. In other parts of the island steps should t el Ineonvetiithere are limits n built up are kind. After about eleven i el instruments Barbed % % %  .it times to relax li i when i hold their i identlal '. I. Ml, I male Cleaalineea tul tourist keaeon lion ol butch re the i i the island %  • would rouldbeol wal people there ,,( Darbadoi are P" "' %  inclr natural tnenl ti %  < the with covers, UM slreela to other Background To Colombo %  •> I.. K. I'riirson. a agaaelian Srrrrtnr? of Stmir fear LK% Or-M.il Affair* Asia u We agreed at Colombo that the d the difficulties arise pry magnitude of % %  ere are so mai ia and southeast Ana by nullprojects which clamour) ng tary foice alone. They cannot be ravition that i: b \er> difficult I" k>m checked, if. thri or cieode what should be done where colonial status remai [but where freedom lotehtal0 mperative inex^nence of the been achieved, a better %  ** %  .dmuuiU'alive systems | at once if only the people *ill cewfuiiy with ih. wnltwse counUiCS ; rise In their might and create the al liberation.and[acctal_/of.r. ,i. If ^ u,^ for lome time after obtain%  '-.' uc wh'^h are 50 olj in ntt 'iltion but so new tc n itnty in the modern world. chaos ou. % %  uthenst Asia ai rule may %  not lo DC eol In India. China and Burn-.... **" whirh an DOW free states, i[>pj| i< to a fuller and better themselvea whi IwLLAKS Maiava and Indodemonstrate th..; China it is to i> %  Kussians whr. • if are Jtroi,. ><"<* economic *H 1 procraga. that from eomniui.'am both JipThe problem, then, for %  clal inevitably complicate 0* the present time ol loi these planning lo raise the standard <-i pead. an tea* slater I tney living It was in the light of these concan improve, by denvxT-itic n-ethAlready in this field some useditions that ate lllliuaatil the situoda. liic standard of livm; or the ful work ha been dot* ation in Meaa of their ; ..ed Nations in Ufftl al our confer. : 'lp analysing the economic needs Ml there is .1! MS part of the world. The Uniiec .1:111st that of mutual aid. ng four p^m pr0t: : bandit., and IIII.i rUht toieeU T „ c .... als „ „„, a %  -"— We agiMO. lor instance. i. i i < % %  .....,. n life—la movlnii ahead I nanual help a indepei...Ihe line and the state ot Burma which had b,. t a man a aubject ot discussion amon, the om !" and Iht food and ayrlcju we knov, .,%  terl.n, countries before the con<>"> orianiialion are all orkm m Ottawa. I .nee met. The Canadian in this field Therefore I th nk Malcolm MacDnnald. Government was not Included in t h t we must be carelul ll In Bum*, which la now I ll earlier discussion. The "P ny new "gency to avoid overbul which irani one ot a sterling loan lappingor duplication we do %  strengthen the financial p.. 1 ,: a new committee m riin.cull Indeed. Indonesia, now 0 ( the Burmese government. Wi free, and 1 • considering here the Uw piece ol uitei national turnia free aUte. is I %  b) j^inon „f dollar Canada in ture lor an air. force, from the right and forces rc | allon ,„ h ai sterling loan Our home. from the loft. It is having a difflial r( .„ rd wa5 Yet it is hoped that the. cult tim. "''^ rcMimiTed at the conference -ttee which was recommcn-i and requires many years to perleet. China which : 1 Vj*? 0 inc imp..r,„t develapM to the governments at O I n the pot is dry enough'tO handle feparalely, l-.^ ; ,e practical an.1 useful nard) It is inverted and tne foot is cut. At this itl %¡ the raw clay or application ol lollar, • tig to n studios) i. Hid Canadian markniall as 11 is dmade and individual in characacking in quantity is made Minally j-tsmanship. ised comes from decomposed ich is a main constituent of rj such as exposed to fr nth*, and in the taken in and purified (i.e. all ind organic matter removed) and prepared for use by kneading and ing until it is in a suitable plastic, homolition for "throwing." iwiDg" is somewhat of a misnomer he shaping of an article from a piece : \ heel-head which is revolv.-clockwise direction. The potter wheel and, after centring Utloning the spinning mould of claj he pn i.b and lingers down Into the centre of the clay ball thus hollowing it d forming a thick-sided' vessel. Supporting the outside wall sel with index linger of the right hand and exerting en even pressure from the the left hand, at the same lime wth both hands, he thins and the completed shape to life. Like all things winch appear natural iple, "thrown mely difficult p Rut • .toon that should important point in that part ot rccomilll ndj „oii • H reiults go further than ,, ... monwealth consu. il y previous agency in that area. It seemed to all of s ) ,„ 7iri hal ,„ fon ion, lh e my committee will be able to relate lor the need! of these em %  only will the have .ecured M a Ihe probe %  ral monwealt. b 'luctioiof through U %  lo help %  nd the gro tcr ihe area—and I attempted t for the make this clear at Colombo — the ew contributions of I was impressed also Commonwealth will That. %  it need for lect nidetermined in the Ufll nit up to the requisite matunni! financial commitmei • so in this area but elsewhere. —IN s. coloured slipi (thin liqul i carried of handles, etc. e la put iiit 'he kiln for b ruthough mpleti 11 led and the evaporated, the clay still contains a small i : chemicallv ed moisture which must be driven off reasons el ..lily slow and fhe kiln is lit from cold, and th rCOTT. J -ills ...1 it \\ it-,i Lei POTTERY AT 1 AM \~. r it % %  H :'s PLANT POTS ORCHID POTS WILKINSON -v HAYNES CO. LTD. sun ,-ssi.is 11 C. S. PITCHER & CO., LlJ Dial 1472 £ tea; BECRWIBJ IHATII TO M \la\IU\ Its lr. II. Ford Trr.lr.1. %  |*i Klniilaifi 1 i'Uign has %  ; airtvill ba Iropoe, ;i>ufor Ihe %  to %  %  I llchlofo-dlpfaenyl-t %  A-isiit Dtniaii dwaUlngi and animal outli %  %  oluUon WOUkl leave .i llllf d> %  %  .!'. %  %  %  %  %  iTw atl (l ( l.ltH d -' % %  male mosquitin-!i.ip To muntui only %  !• are neecMary (or on eighl innnlh mosquito season. %  i South %  -cane pltnlal millionj ol %  iii'ii in tha 11 %  years. .inn > .11 which the disease is no \l M III* I |llll MM* %  %  .1 tlniik fl %  Mil ippUcation the.vei'tot mosquitoes of ma%  hM been found I that some sp^-cies of moi %  %  . contact %  ;]'. th the inssjrtinrts 1 hi .1 repellent effect 1 .1 diflannl on the same species of moaqulto. The complete eradication of all uvtor mosquitoes is the ideal re.suli to inlimed .n. Tor the elin .: malaria from a couunun I dual insecticides can n mosquito population so d that the numben of mosquitoes which are actually infected with 1 .come almost negligible %  italaria as a major faith problei' temperate and tropical POCKET CARTOON by OSNB1 I IMASTEU %  lor tmr 1 'iporra anti end et*n Ihe Srini'i Coumii. wr come out ai MM >lr. r..Ml|Ui..K The available insecticide arm.••Ill Of DDT, l-eii/ei). particular body or clay is laken from the I The making I %  very important avOlVM endless n. Glaze, broadly speak:: nd is made of such mi EC& lin, Cornwall nd coloured with oxid6t such u Mil. rutile. etc. The immersed in the glaze liquid, or tfa* %  '. ushed on the ware ll and ai!> Il L8 '-inn replaced in the kiln and This is Lie firing. MUtiful ; ng t<( handle natural for the e that potting and altogether gl job. A ni who does hi* utmost to produce work of q tenon In 1 tor all the the mental end rings and the i! 1 After d at care and patience on Ct his efforts 1 iiich. 111 spit) and eve 1 : 1 only one v.: %  natical] I enthus:. rail could endi • if the I luck to thi s and th^'r 1 VRAL ft HAM. HAM b BKI 1 il I A rONQD| v ' Per ft LI '. ill I) 11 1 1 TKNDEB LEAF TEA in> rte Sl'NCRErtl EVAPOIATED MILK Ptrft DANISH ( HICKEN HKulH MAXWELL HOI M i Ol I II )• ft HAXWI Ll HOI >i 1 in 1 tb .(il in \i ail it* BBANDV r^ r t* < OOKJNG. Ill I Mi: .ft Th> BICAKRON VII BOD I p Fr STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., Lift ireatfc for all t %  Scotland now "Take Note '"—The Macuinc of the Scotlisb Tourist Board. Floaliiii* I •%> la Today* Thought Vnd lr*d . — B>roi whrn v,e Ihink we moat an W nil i.> 1 V l.viui ,% A learned gentleman wliu teirues your %  till trom >our rin 1111. and kteva ii*ai %  •ark I* Thr Obvituiw ^iii nr Peoplr'w Theatre %  . ., ,,.,1 11 %  .i eeloue metM latter aDnaarliU 111 Wedn **££?* %  %  ad, arhtli thi %  r n-n.l-i ol im %  % %  %  %  I love very ... h> .nd him %  Id Hi Lard ot apei>I>• % %  • -• %  %  and ing. The fui. 1 I -plulleied Jer sute I % %  %  Park It n th.it on tha ora pment and which %  %  %  .. suggestions from %  %  I I .cordings". Please. I beg on my knees, Mr. I let me ever woa-at 1 ritEVoR GALE. tuna :' U S To The Cdiiur rtic Advocate, w mg are the n %  T. S. CHANDLKH. Id, %  %  1 %  Ihe bus s:. %  %  1 SECURE YOURS FROM DA CCSTA 6k CO, if Dry Goods Department Bl I'eler tor Ihc pu pow ol -...matted m need fcc* %  • linns whua ara IKM with"! !" m-4r-*imm*. bat ai~ irrrti^nifl h, gka m.tomif* hor.„ fldr-s. mm be IfUM-rrt. ark -r^rh th.„j rrf^n are ar he tem 10 Uie Iditor. nol for puhhr*Uon. hat as an agawaaoa w gaed faith.



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cvn BD.W. APRn. 29. 1950 Trinidad Attorney Admitted To Local Bar Mr. C.T.w.E. Worrell "Half Barbadian" MR. C. T W E WORRELL, liisi Crown Trinidad, was yesterday admitted to the local Bai rhiei Justice. His Honour Sir Allan Coilvmore. place in the Court of Ordinary just before the bu, ihe da y began. Choir Contest Next Tuesday AT QUEENS PARK BARBADOS ADVOCATE lor Mr. Worrell i.„ ., ,;„ ,„„ ot • Barbadian, n Intro dui-fd by u,, Solicitor OOaatal Mr. H Rrrcr K.C %  May jl please Your Honour, }*<" P* buimeis of lhe day begins. I ask 1-nve :o u,;:. ibis Honourable Court ft w K Worrell, BarrlsUr-at-Lnr! Mr. Worrell was a Trinidad bar ,-titcnolar and w a called to the Bar ..„. ,. % y '. hc '""""""Me Sod Buwum Gr.,> %  ina ,-, the ycar 1916 0ri ,„.. %  „.„„• MI return ,„ lh< west bid •* I rim i^rnpeuuon mcn wii %  i ^ueeus raw i •>< day mgni, 11 was K .",eduleu tor wlonuay nignt. ine juages *' "* %  % % %  gguon. JF outer Hupttuu ana ..ir. •"* island of Trinidad. u*nitu lluoson wane -ir. Joan ,„Jf*^_ ,, ^"'^' 1 an d ,np manner in .! ii K. will a Cnairman -^H^^SM*** sat 1 which he has dlscharsni ins duties both M %  praeUtl for th "Vtt '3*sJT Kenneth Humphrey of Paradise W e can justly be prou Villas* and Granville Lovcllc of can truly be -..id ih.,t ha bai St. Lawrence. They were all traintained lhe highest truditions brought ashore by another boat. of the Bar. The liractia is owned by Byron We Barbadians take Haddock of Bath Village, Christ the fact that he ;s the son of a Cnurch. narbacn.i;i lk< 10 Till: I-OS8 of a bicycle valued ,h, nk that part oi lus I iw ws reported by Oscar !£*£• %  &a^J'? * PAGE FIVE ..'ISTERDAM' one of lhe pictun by HUM Wm. VAN VPERtN at the Museum. aaannl exhibit!) %  > t ithas inherited from his father, the nrtfve shrewdness with which every Barbadian is blessed. 1 have pleasure in asking Your Honour to admit him as u member of the Bar in Barbados. Welcomed His Honour said: Mr Worrell. .,„ ** have knuwn e o c n other for quantity of clothing valued 5100 many a year now. ,,nd I for th' f Irom a house at Alkins Road, Bench welcome you to the Bar of Carrington Village. Barbados on your intnxiui' A N ACCIDENT occurred on 'he learned Solicitor Ocncral, Grange Road, St. Philip 1 shout 2.50 p.m. on Thursday.be> ou really Pre half i D •Men motor lorry M—1269, !" r, "\\ ["** ," the more %  should lx> introted to tii WUlshire of Bay Land, St. Hjchae 1 He reported that it was rtano' -TJ from outside a house at Cola's Road. Carnngton Village, OQ Wednesday. G EORUE ROBERTS of the Salvation Army Hostel, Reed Street, reported the loss of owned bv Ralph Knight o! Dash "'"* ,!l ST Bank Hall and drive,, by ffififij ""' .i„.. T,.M r r>^ f\., r \, a r-,..Ul,s ls 'a''d U.S. Market For Local Woodwork Joiners Heel Today To Hear Scheme MR. RONALD TREE ol St. James, who is %  British resident ol Barbados, thinks thai there il • market is the U.S.A. for items of furniture of a certain tvpe manufactured r V;',""w w% r bru r \ :l •*•? LUSftSite and '" hCT %  ** woods', whereby mud LuS^friSS: needed dollar) may be earned for the island. He is convinced lhat not only have we lhe materials for producing these articles, but that Barbados also has the craftsmen, who. by encouragement and assistance, would Incapable of producing work of the high standard that would !.• required by purchasers in the united Slates W lliis very momrnl, he is IMPORTS Dccrvv Absolute Pronounced HIS HONOUR • CUM Judge ( ouii for i >.' Mutrimom..l tMTW ,l-<-iulr in Prtuontr) ndent). In this sun oeeree Alonia Taitl of Dr. Clarke s Gap, I know Uuri inIntenYESTERDAY Bank K.U. and a motor car ownea Uo „~ '£' -^ •^ J 1 "^ by ., V !. ct S r Jones r ,his Wan d, hut from now Old Post Office Road. St. Ceorne. ,.,,.,.,. The radiator and right headluck, lamp of the lorry, and the front The Keplv and rear left wheels of the car M r. Worn I lM k Your war extensively damaged. Honour exc* | i should Jonas and -Mac Mahon. who was like to assure mj i a pMsenjier on the lorry, were Bar that I do not intend, for the injured. moment .it any rale, to <> S YLVIA BKMiRAVE of Dayreils competition with them. Road reported the ltfis of. quantity of articles valued $16.72 from her residence recently. A COLLISION occurred at Colliru Road, St. Lucy, at about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday between the motor lorry M—1458. owned by Messrs. Perkins &t Co, Ltd. Roebuck Street and driven „ by Lawrence Williams of Passage Tnc IeHI of widespread imcniRoad. St. Michael, and the motor M'oymcnt. bath actual and poten•an E— 73. owned and driven by UflL ' one • haunts man) Cordon Humphrey of Boscobel, St. ^ v rn,n 1 e ls a d ,' n fho H,u The right front fender and bumper of the van. and the right BOO New Found Way To End Unemploymvii i luuklni for irtteaM which an likely to ruminand a big market in America, .nil whkh are tuitable for production hi Rarhadox. Kepertl indicale that jlreadt there are bu>rni in the U.S.A. who are interrftted in seelnc our 'trndurb. Joiners Meet To-day Messrs. c. F. Harrtaon and Co, organising J scheme wh ,n originated with Mr. Roi "1 "'ihe island yetterda) fromNe agei ol their furniture department , .",. n^uwu* v u T.;. ana u-spons.ble fo. th.' M T *" m, and production end, who will t Some of the aiiimais ntl In introducing the scheme to joiners the hatch otlwn 0*1 dock Thej lin| at the Combermere were fed foi the two and ,t half til this morning at B dilin -'f the voyage on green fodder, which had u ..„,u. ,. ,. , „ time the • lOUlaw told the "AdVOCfH %  that the primary ( ,bTho PMl oi tho Tannia' cargo i*t of the scheme is to create an consisted of 55 empU ru About 1.40f his works after 1941. but Mr. Van Yper.-n iinued to paint out of doors, ;;!it. In 1948. he l.i land. %  ,i ring and Hritish Oulnd Trinidad. HO is now en route for Haiti and [he States The .irtist has held mam g. ii Of Ins works. rsprcialK In Pai During hli 9 i,iih Mr, i larceny on Ai ril %  mil and ,i pOi %  of Fontabelle. Victoriu Bridge Footputli Opt'nt'd Radio News Bel" L> %  tackled recentlj In U D „, th e lorr v ,,,..„, ^___^_ n iT industry in some ureas and %  Great Britain. The Government decided that ir.cn could at leit to arootc In I i ocaylng In mind and and tent a it an tor iQfety Uj Pedestrians Ni their conununltiei The six-foot wide footpath what could over the Victoria Bridge was them. Tho opened for tintitst time on poun lection ol n 5 B >*3 the pop-iUUon all The footpath was erected to communal boUagroent **ep pedestrians off the roadway, great value and have and so speed up the volume of into practice The un< name over the bridge, and also have rebuilt schools an r the safety of pod) i0 rn ,iaome could be seen yesterday dren's playground Si k carolo 1 >' over,, tho only mud and rubble m i _. ia f e .. w ,noul P av,n .P> e sl '* nt roourfacad roads long ot attention to the path. Dunn* the llrst five minutes after midday. :is pedestrians made uw of the footpath while 41 walked either on the left or right the roadway, which is now strictly for vel: rendered to the rut and the pothole, hlltauad mil icommueu:y telephone circuitl tirewood for the old repaired windows, boual vated community wat'T About three "iH-i>ons < an cross ; 1 d bro K hl %  bout hundreds oi A imht has otnw mucn needed InprOV) The coot has bean low rot under this uncmployme: ' for whul1 portion over the water is of '* a < ^ v me (tovernment at axlatwcod. ing rates. While tht A few yards away from tho t,u ^Ptoria Bridge In Trafalgar na what it would b H I Square—;i pavement is at present normollj omployod !" n *. erected for passeiif nuch as it would be II "Ughting from buses. Uatj '• win be about tivc feet wide paj Bj tht and <>f tha winter, "joI will ie built with a railing, Ht|1 wnicn mil prevent paaaanaon tnont are again In being, ^o alight from buooa, from eminent will ha\ Jjyj n Into the path of other thing like a million dollars, whil? ""'N^the KO.1 \\ _^___^^_ ix' worth much more Hum that cttllVN GRANTED IN THE ciiM.1 -* %  urp had ""' boon 1 •% HU ,:„'", 5** g^monlc K .,',, SSSS SI ">">'""" 'Pi'". Nr(ound*<*f. for ktjfr. ot MtoSSrtr: I,n< r d,,1 "" %  '"""" ov r 'y* 10 ihe , alr u h s (a hl r "•"! money wlthoul workun lor L*~ Kin, UM &J?S. [' ,-" 1 "". te ii>-ii' ^"•' Walwyn inslruclad by %  Hgf"Carrington k Scaly. Soli' '""'"' Scb?,„rr ircd on bch "' ' h tJr %  >*ffii&£ u ' — CARIE^ATE-A 1 *££ wjISf HIVE OF INDUSTRY "B*** OrcavcT Mlri.n, I 7 M "" ' and "" J" ISt 0O-K| Samuel A "" (SI Lucvl b muel Arm plaU rhoppuw _An applicailnn l.v v, i r n "' h, '" vv ar ln ** ler 0,11 "I W i,,i ,.1 A "* "i" !" >" ma* -MRS? md this new 1 p has enabled them to continue v HI king and so manj outright 1 allng the BEV" lM0 w *ll "' > %  JJW Cooper late of Bath tag. %  Jfas granted. that's on Toda> Tl ^ l ,"* f 'n. Caruale Bay. %  aaawagiaa .1 '"""..ii „ %  ***< at 5.00 r.m „ring the day. %  being tin 1 to be rid of their loads. This rush in made to cur eamships Queen Aa. nt for I^Midon afl pool respexli. They are loading a total of 0.500 tons of sugar. outlet m the States for the woodworking industry in Barbados, not confining the production 1 lure to one or two firms only. He said that the way to organise the work was that Harrison's nop should fabricate parts from their own stock of wood and on their own mat I them to J< D then nomes. No Sawing, No Planing In that wa>. BsOS could be %  kinIhal cured nt.od waa used and the Joiner had the obvious advantage* of having no sawing and planing lo do hinuelf. and no money to expend on material. l-Hrlht-rmiire. he said thai joiners who did not posses* jigsaws or laihi-s mold still participate In the cheme because lhe preliminary shaping would haw been done for Ihem Whan the work had been assembled, it would be returned to the taming, polishing %  bj trteehi w that a : iiisti would be achieved If orders did materialise, it would be a golden opportunity foi Barbados to build up an important Industry, but *: nomo depended anttralj on the joiners turning out accurate '1' to deliv%  1 1 ,i 1 This way of organising production could be extended to the local le c auaa it would be a simple matter foi Harrison's to get OUl paitl for chairs and tables, ck and laouo them from tin,. iners for %  thing Highesl Stundard I innj>. Iiiiui'vrr. one eslirmrl) important fact thai must atwaya he borne In mind If the scheme, once started, waa to continue In operation. The -Uiidjiil ot uorkmaiishlp must be of the hlghcfcl and It must it drarlt underolood that nu work would he acrepted which did not n .. li Ihe .t.i ml.1 it required, and no .•nipi ii-aiii>ii uuuld be paid for work lhat waa rejected. It wai ential iMould be absuvorkn and lie IBMSt, m OVOf] 1 case, put pride of workmanship above all %  monelar.. %  I o uppermost in his mind, then his work ant furniture trade In the island 1 ijood one and plenty of %  i*-ing done.; but now 'hat thev could not import j cheap hardwood chain at Ifh lack of dollars. | 1 lot production of cheaper fuinitun While the cost of imported lum| high, there was no .iving that unless 1 could supply cheap! 1 Uabla lumber for this pur-j pose. Bible Society Lead from St Kitts. FRIENDS SCARCELY BELIEVE DRIVER That Dodd's Couid Put Him Back to Work So Soon "IV-ld 1 ktdnti hlli i*jt mm hk on m> (•< % %  -TIIH MrPhail Jn. Baptnl.. Vlsm lI.M.Io,..lnk u|< mi m Int. M r fttfnda — M li.nil, gOWM UMIT ru. IiW T wanted lo knmw -...I had h*l~d nw . •rida>. I ild ihfm IMd. kjdr--, Pills •• ipaiwnuble. USE A RIPPINGILLES" BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING UBIIVMiN & (Boos) LTD. AGENTS. Heeling Barbados Auxiliai held ai the Y.MC.A. on Tuesday Ahrf fleaeaae* *iH %  louse of the Book." HKX.XLL I'ltOIH 1 IS I nil UVhR OUl KMI I.-KIN ik Sml.iblr for children and %  • 1)1.11 INI) ISFI.I ENZ.A MIM1 K) mi ioi iiir.ii m,-inn, KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES FOB ICXA1X FKOULCT8 IN A NEW VAUXHALL i./.'M or rrnoM ictus 1 raw awecs New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived IIOIMIII IIIO>l II It. tOllllKSV t,AKVt.K.



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PACE IX BVIUl.VDOS ADVOCATE UMY. VPKII. 2j HENRY 5W BY CARi. ANDERSON Ui-.l I [ jMCtiffc-' KEATINGSl Contun* DD.T. End Rheumalli, While You k SSL*!""!"* Specially designed tor Barbados, this Two-tone brogue in Black/White and Brown/White is now on sale at the leading stores. made by JOHN WHITE S)c*eUu,| CjWtj •out tjtUta HT1T. gtUj tam M %  irr.i .. an^.. %  OIK* ID 1 %  %  )• to (od TOUf i Mtuta killiac lb* mtt attk|._ .*.. KMm. (Mfa M MS in io hoori. JM U -IM! I I _!? %  I. OMa ri4 o( B. out >ci4i -iu> .Bn com. UIUTOL* i m*naiMn iu tniMM k p*9CMU Iron It* %  • %  -S. OS IIM drtttou BlUr wi-J? IM>* in* *kii iiwa '^" | Pro**-, by Do*..*,. Cfc*^h r>*u. ,i kp|iiov*d b. nwiot. IM( "I mMIM nd by OB*-llat U(M? irsusus ir.o-r. **o. Mr J c J7. /• Wo.. Jd R J ,.„* *F*rol3_ -igI. a-d. lo*| IJ-77,j! triMd*.. C>.1. do. WHM MI ,-_J* no.( ItaponiN*. 17 ,< %  ,, oTffi •eoald iliu M Mrtk dooM*.* %  %  G-o-onrred to Pat Too Date or MOMW lock j Udar OWN %  .!*,£ K 10 NIT, '•LAIIli Cystex:; .Wor# Ki'tiultf I'tir >/ from MWy V ,,!"" Call in at COLLINS Ltd. mil M-lccl >• r rtvonri|o Line BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. "• "— ^ ^-^ L lftttm CLEMENT'S INDIAN TONIC tional Tonic, containing:— M**l|j| Mai: factnct, Run Toouea, Daulma ir.dir.ttdi ;^ Energy, Muscular Debility, and ill na A down ft .iid PRICE: G/> A BOTTLE. • jusl received: — ARR1D DEODORANT Price: 3/A JAR Messrs Booker's CB-DOS) Drug Stores Lli Broad S'rwt aud Alpha PLr.nn-cy. H-'UnjI. III III IS II IIIIII roi f.l.Y IllXtt THKM... HAT! RDAY, 2WH APRIL—Auuatic Club, l" P Chib Morgan. MM p* SUNDAY :nil, UMUL—Ota Air rUdiffiision. 7.UI.W MONO LI IS1 MAY—Proposed Show al Si tiwrji' School Riiiiiu Drill llnll. Mt p.m. il CSDAV :'\| MAY—Combermcrc School U* **] Olobc rhealre. s.:io pjn. WROMI Mi.1V iKDMAV-Wlc> Hall School. W Ulob,. Thculr.. S.M P* tasurina Club. I" * THURSDAY, KM MAY—Harrison ( ollegc. 31* * Spcigtllilown. Rev u *' nac*, 7.:m p.m. 1 KID it, '.TH MAY—l.(Mlf SdM*l Haraills,(lull Ml RBA1 i.ril M \V— Si. f>moilloi ( lull Mm LOTS Of FUN LAUGHTER MUSIC



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.vtr.nAV. \PR" 1930 BARBADOS Al)VO(\TI PACE SKVBN CLASSIFIED ADS. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS FOR REVr j,^ MOSSOI". nri • w,<, friends ." a*tea*l *hi" iiilornuKlon. Bledman IwlfSI, Joes*) : MaUui % %  %  4 %  ; NO ALOW. also Rat. fauna — „„' *v furnished SSTC %  '^ ***bnonea, verandahs. Talc Ml Bl.lt SALES 'UCTKJK !" !" ". *ffiHP* v %  5rrIfn.I."S CK 'AS 10 perch,. *v \ vru> ARCHER McKENTtE. Auctioneer. %  a a m Mootel IOR SAM UJTOWTIVE %  _ible Coupe f PHMIUJOT In good **> I for quick Sale Phoni "CAS-O" HlUnu.i JjnU.. a-tr** "' %  '' I, for f3M J M %  H i .-. I >an-J le well Kept Morrie 8 HP. ,2tZc* L-10 *-PPl A. iiiiigi Mount Stendfaat, St. Jin "" %  ••^ 27 4 SB Jn C*a_HUlm 10 II. P jjiMlir P**** reasonable. UP. Good ll.n-.-_ mtt 1.4.50-Jn M|D ENGINE: One V-S Ford cngm %  at radiator in good condition, axl Si g**Rrtng-gr-. and Pi' SI pnu Enquire Auto Tyre Con from 1st May ___ 3 M J "w TMHlculara dial * ktOMCBO .' >i in to s p.i m BIPPORD CHASSIS. SSiD"! Ml< W.4.50-3., tjgB) CARS A TRUCKS—At Iwriain B —. tDtfii mskr* vie Phone 34U SuAill r *%  -— %  n.4.50-4n CHAN;CAL 71TKWH1TRRS-Two (2 *cood ln:* •^iwilWk-i mtuble lor tuiuon. -pp..HTktStnn Bay Rum Co 29. SO ST. ^ ^ !" 2LJl !" ft,ml-, "^'ooi; i'n an modem convnUnM. OM i n If-tiime. ONE UAROE HOUSE and AMnm SJMT %  I wr nc **u" furnlahM M*lM0T. JJ. 4 .. MR Strr, tl | nil m. !>..„. m DtalBI rnonu. To,,,,. B,^ or 4131 !" 29 t M~Z<\ KVDSAl'LIC TIPPING BODY ^ MRBMI "om aiotK MM 00. 4 ...., ,.-.y Gaiaae. 1)1..: a£CTRICAL KLSCTR1CA1. InaMffHo Their Mil '-' n jifly Drof in and MI FURNITURE ruiMttHr: |i U Apply The Hector) Ch a ."I I .' MCELLANEOUS BABYS CARRY -C< rp> Me O—m American cloi da >M VeMrrv PltMr Fkni for pU>-pii>. iMcock (U33. U.4.M—3n • % %  OWDLf i GO ART in iiood con•Sje can tr w.. .y :AT.1 ti Adam*, CfBtfer, Re OD Gap. N.4 M>-In FDCIST PARTTS-Braiidrain Hendenon BaMparab;' : lun liooi RnSTUNI White and colour* •peciat %  rlMn. itmempen Patnle M M |ln. Manpei U M 8 ln. They .re Her*. BARNES A Co Ltd. .4 r*-Un aOi r(AlL WINDOWSS,. •I windows i*n w ,,. Inqulrr Oarfl o t p>-i!f }• DlaUom Ltd. Broai AM or Phone ** R0SQV1TO /arrs. W*II Minor. Run* . Rn Woo.'i 1 %  1 r_.i„ FAINTS i C I Sptdal offer Glow 13 41 pec aallon. Come Mid et NR. A BARNES t Co.. Lid RRSIDCtNCE of Mr. P c S Maffel I'kin*T flockley R-v nr.t to Ik. EL .nided .lie oi niue Water* Hoiel N*wK SSfVS!?!rul 1 '"""•"> completr Jh linen and cutlery. Studebkr CM If required From My lit for fo M : LO MX months. For furlh., i-ppiv TO owner, phone J787 of m ^i*,. _^ ..-ltn Telephone 37TI between 1.30 a m. and 4.00 p.m. 36 4 SO—On f PJIT r^s is" ih ' p.m. th* following:-one r|i IMIIC* ~** !" ; • %  '" hcown loati-er run l 'hair, and kex JIIKUKI or.. (reie. one. ( |i %  d many oUwr |Um ^ *rm caah. D'ARO" A SCOTT. Oo*. Aucl-on — _. aSA.fift-an REAL E STATE 1 NOALOR .. %  N • %  jucir-j. Thrco Dedroami unrtinjwater All modet%  %  IT 4 50—n HELP %  IMHMMMI DBBRSW %  letter m>., SCOTT A Co Ltd 5S SO—I f i Appl* 1M G4P * ihre* to four thou m Ki'pf n| I>ept ; %  * Ri > tue Scv,rv ,oo !LH^ : l-: 11 3 nW'*-"* otlM and Tea-Room UiuUIn 3 loom* %  %  AfUn-fl %  %  | M n Garden.. CM "** %  bewroom bunulo %  S c*n b"• bl -Hiouilmmt \ Plerrr. Phone !Mt m nildlriB % % % %  > %  A Ughlland. H.„ %  %  4 SO—3n m *.nchen. out office, etc. A] J04 so-an %  UEUUTi %  Road. St. Michael, ''eundlnji' .,. *)uare feel of land The houae la built of von* and con?% b, ?S ta ; ."*"" %  P"""?Kitchen, balk oo, -uin. 4 hedMl upelalre day lexcrpi Sundajti 10 i and 9 The above will be ^i Competltlr-• L'waa Street. up for ule to _*mdeown on Friday 149S at 3 p CAUUMUTOM SCALY M.4 50-Ltn Lili -'^^ ol doubl roo '"' **. hed ..nd Kl^hen immhrr 4 land. Price nooo 00 The bve can purehaacd ,. n ternHalf of the .mown niuai be paid when pureha:ni( %  %  %  For further parttrulan apply to Ar.v \. scon, Maaalne I, !" d1 -' %  "• %  ir.*.ao-4n i SITUATIONS VACANT v-.--.VVT FACTORY INGTNmBR .ruatton ywcant for AaalaUnt Erui'nee %  ld-t at Roaeeu Factor^ -tPHiant mtaat have had at lean 1 r.rSuRar Factory espertancf. prvferabV %  'ore. and b twtween the aCea of ^d 40 year*. Partly rurnlahed I reo iTvcalow auppliad and 3 meWh. L.. '%  e honw n*en every thrre ] -at >.ih paaaaa-ea paid for wlf and fe ti.plio.nl mua auppiy teetunoni-:. .> %  .-.ie preaent .alary and aalarr *ap-twd M.i.i.oa*—. to u laaVeana to i.„ i'-aeami Co Kd St. Lucia. B W 1 SM %  3n lAtTORT CRIMMT Sltuajtion vacant for Suaar Cbenuat rewdant at Roeeem St I^icia. but also In rhartc ontrol ,t Cul d* Sac Factory. St. Lueii >b.nit three nvllea dlMant by motor tuad Applicant mud have had ai loaai %  • FMasn M .vr!e.,. (araalSnMi more, and he between the a*-ee of BI nd 40 raan PMtb (uniiahed 3 rooi bunaralow luppltoj and .t montha RaH •av* home (Ivan ovary 9 yenra wttri I aaacoa paid for aeaf and wtf*. Appllnt muat mpply teatinumiab and tat. "eeanl salary and *alar% \l>pllcationa to be addreestd to fhloaaau Co. Lid.. St. laicU, B.W.I ^l SB ,.OVKH>>ii \r NOTICES. 'al 4100 M4.S0-2n APPLICATKN of C3erk Rt U Fish Market. The IRISJ . minable by one months noUei $W0 x $48 — $U0O per .tnnum. 3. ApplicaUoi. periencc. tofttbi to the Lnreetor of Agriculture | Monday, the 15:h OR PERFORMANCE... FOR COMFORT... FOR SAFETY SHIPPING NOTICES The New MORRIS Sis ia a tar with a brilliant parfonnaace ., doe to ka powerful orerhead tamekeit aizvea fU view, of road and IraSk, mi light anre ataering givca compWte control and redueta drrring latirae. la addition t* all theee featnrca UMre ia, W couraa, the traditional MUHRIS fraftamanaaip which mean* reuabilitT, Una life and low upkeep coats. MUMMt 1,1 i si n 'I l .D I l\r I IMIIFIt %  • %  I IV .s H -rMVON'' ta expected to arTrintdad from A.-MiaLian poita IT IiIEPPT. I April th. Adelaide M. ie. May IffJune Tiiv. % %  .Hi pee* %  TrmidJl 4th July. Rnrbado* ahoul The vewe:. have ample rpacr for hilled, hard fro/en and renea Careo accepted on through bill, .f I 'acina wtli tranahipment m Trlnlda.1 I RriiUh Guiana, llarbadok eewnrd l.landa. further pattlculara appl] VRNESB wrniY A COMPANY, LTD Agenii Tlintdad DA COSTA A CO LTD.. Agent. Barbados. The M V "CaarRfhl > %  i %  %  Kstti It.U.i. S.liotiiicr tn -i Asaoelalion (Im-.i S White I i.irton In good Han oni •VMJ ——*vVl it a"l p\^l 119 rt Swe^M^SsI IL 6 1 ^\ •' eat^^^M^iS SRfi^-'^--... BSsi r-i i M -:. So*. St Jamea. fully furnlahed Ijnrn It required Prvler..bi long lertn_ Apply Ml, Manning. Telephone 91-W M .4 SO—an I "WINRLOW". Bathaheba. for the ontha of May. June and November pptri Mr. W T. Gnodi.. %  • *-; Thomat 30.4 5tv Jn IM III M -Ol I4>S NOTICE rAUkD or BT. FETBR W.ntod ^y the Pooi '.tw OuSfd for the AlrnehouM a fully qualllled Nurac % %  king chaige of Midwifei> SaUr>*4S.n> per month. ApplicunU muat preacnt themaelve* h Birth reiiiiie*'.ms aradantloN aa ! %  P.MO at hia realdance "Rowvill*.' 1 Peter on or before April Krth up to Signal G S. < MIIMIN. Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, D.4.50-*r NOTICE OF TRADE DELMA MARK % %  IAKD-. **"T>-Gfn U lne lanfl Sand, can be ^**0 • part of the liland Cn ". —*on. Balleplalnc, Ri Andrr 24.50-an Wrs-Kwriaon'i Toy Dcpl ha* lu.' nr.a diipmeni of rubber dolla and Jkahuiat aquo^di u well %  aaauuful inrbl.,i %  op in. wont sou' II •Mle paying * Co. H 4.30—3li R.PN.S. Cake forka and I raaee ..( .i x each Price* KXrxr Yearwo.-i M.4.SO—In BRCCATIONAI. MALVERN ACADEMY KDKNYII l I CHEAPS4TJC %  jchool .111 „^ l)tfn „, TU1SDAV. %  a at ft a a in New pui jaaniea-od on Monday IS ;r. PIUIUUCTS i.iMiiui maom Lane. Hull. Yorkshire. :>glai, i . iney are the .prielora of the TRBLMA word trad •i-irk in rarpact of "Face, Craaani (bring Toilet Praparallorai)''; that the trad mark la usually lmpraaaed or otherwla-.> d:*playad on the parkagca conlslning He poodai that the trade mark la raglatciad In the RagWUr of Trad* Mark!'. Grant RrlUUi under No. aSSStS In CUaa 41 advertieed In the Tend* Mark i..led Mth May. 1MB All persona are hereby warned nghlltai the iruVijigwnant of the said trade mark in the Island of Barbasloe. The Trade Mark la a trade mags •.iihin the meanin/ of SecUon 16 (!) 'a. ol the MarchantUac Marks Act of 1R ol the Uland ol Rarbadoa .i NNYTJAUB I'liouutis UBIITSD * Unify HiKh Silimil % V M C A PINFOI J> STRXCT ^aaa ua TuensaB SUi May. ItSO %  am Monday let 10 am. a^_> e il •Z^ 1 ^ M WISE -end your children %  e maividual atlentlon is given. 'Ooauaeniai evening Claatesi. losrjni N Mi.j'iii.i.iv HendnuaUr 4.(10an HARRISON COLLEGE ^Jl?l_^ ww %  Harrtaon Collegs %  "•an MI Tuesday the 2nd Ma*. 1*-' _• % %  . and naa-aaAaa Rt Mf the entlrl day OEM M ALONE. •Reaaarr, naasajngasj h.,i>. - of Edu,J!' rrl 0nT;W *aru. ItSO SI 4 SOIn NOTICE tDeeraacd) %  RaTJjSaail lilVEN that al i SM !..! %  nig -J.J del.I -. claRBsl aSBJaM the F IB after which date I ahaU proreed to distribute the asrata of diceaaed among the paxtie hrreui. having regard only to eocr laima of which T shall than. haV" Bl be liabl. tor iha a.arts or any port thereof %  dutiitauted to any parson ol ho*e rle nt claim 1 ahaU not then have had And all perwna indents*! to thr *i i.Ute are requeatad to Mtlle thsir in deblednsNw without daMay Dated thU Mi day of M^jL.t'i aLADSTONX F BOWXN %  HJatTA SEYMOl %'S jS M in WEENS COLLEGE aa s_: "f* "• •ehool will be i 1 %  fas the asuu. day w %  M MAI.ONF MRtasaRw, naiwBaiis Body, aaau ^ **'"'' M I.SO2u Jy •an.eo B] .i.mr.'j orda-"5B, ,, *a Chrtatanaa Cards Iron -." 1~" "• Prertoua esperleni "_ %  *"* loday for beautiful fr— a Rrltalna Uraart and B hJjihaat commission aaadrtng eppart unity Ca Dept W Vicwm > %  wRfesa, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Of J*l %  %  .' % % %  %  %  ,., rrmlaason to aril Rptrtls. Malt Uquo. i a-atorry wall building 1 Daaed this Bth dm of Apt IM Msgislnste. '* %  s,g.d C W STOUTE. for A i .ppl.raUon wlU be con %  U Sth da, of May. I". D D. MOJBRIS Poltce Usajtri"!*. OJ."' Pfr.llSO.%a1•>* public .r* Mr*F wun *?. ,'fiSr' -,vu crrilt lo my lto !" *S R -*n4 O.P. Mlekari. %  •'•'?• *U nol hcJd m>ll tt~lbl. I— I .„u.,r. .1mmMW • 0,1AM In MO W. UBIM. by n WTUMa M 4 ~X TfrH ui-lenlgried will cdRq ibiic compatltlon at thdr office Jsm.. .. . ld" owu on Friday "ie 12th Maplffso. aisp.m. 1 acre I perches of land at Maxwell, neat T, KOCk %  ? hHM .r hUreh TMs lnd wh„! l OB ihe public road has a front.-,-. -OS fee*, .-.nd faces the bungalow recent 1limt by Mr. M. I. Harrlaon For further particular* and %  MUTCHLNSON A, PANFTJXD. tWDeneta, n.3s_tR. *"* %  IANT> 1400 aq ft. ,,( bmd WlU Chattsl .'-..*-.ima-hoisae Iher* ;.l the comer of Well 1 Ins Street, rhldffrtown. Inspection o,, application to thTenant, Mrs. Flsrencs Union The property will be act up for aai< tVmpetlUon at our Oflk.James Slreei. Hridgetowii. on Thurada4th May ISM it 2 p.m. VKARWOOD A i Solicitors 2S.4.W—Si •ALCOTT'—Stniaga at the Sir Road. Christ Church, standing on ITJM Square Feet of land, with right of wa\ Vaaasjajg (M L The house con tains gallery, drawing three brdroi.ii.. % %  snlry, kitchen and usual out-offler* ilarge and servants' rooms in the yard Inepectlon on application to the tenan: Mr.. Watfclns every a.. Sundayai between the hours of J and S p.m. The above will he set up for aale *| public competition ..i Street on Friday the Sth of May 1*50 at I !> %  CAJUUNGTON A SBA1.Y. BBUI tta i 28 4 50—?.. %  s No 40 Rocbb STSS aq. fl. %  uildlng l | %  ird renovated tion to the undcrngnrd The property will be set by public comiH 1 pert, Brldretow n. ilth Mao1BB0. at I p H. uuage oi .tore Btrae* Rsaag of land The h r., lodasaid ip lor i ">D Bt BOYCE %  i n -: % %  II High Si on Thursday II May, at -. 2HB4 *o It Twerdslde Road and Mum. i %  %  • ROtT HAVDV Smstll house, all c beach and bus. Low spec lion on premlae—r al SUB land PI .1 tfcaaa ,,r SB 4 90—Sn. EVANTON Situated on Top Roc*. Chrisl Church Next to YeovUtoni on roughly H\l Acre. A sVellghtful now nudatn Its.I eence. baring three Bsdroom. a large lounge, Dsaung room, modern kitchen Two fully tiled Rath and Toilet. A choice of a fourth bodrooi become* Lounga^Dining room. Outside. Two Servant* Quarter*. ToUel and Bath. Two Car Oarnge. Prloe C4A00 or nasu-ast. For further parUcuiara apply Ralpli A Rssjd. Hardwood Alter Phone 4SBS-aaOS. | UQUOR LICENCE NOTICE The iippluwUon of FJisc Trotman aao of IUOO. saaJ aa %  %  ,, pssR ,>i Begassp CTufc St Michael, for perW Uquor License at bottom floor of a a-atorry wall nd \ ...den building In Baxters Rid. City iTth day of April 19*0. iRflUS, ia*j eg Magistrate. DM "A" Signed LUflB TROTMA". Applii • da applH-aUon will be to be held .".OB Mono,.. • Rib day of May. IBS*, ai D. D. MORRIS %  OFFICIAL NOTICE 1 J.|IAl>s IN I III \--l-. S I ( Mil .1 IIIMI lEqultable Juriadfe %  %  .l\!> UBWJPIRBY R ALTON VIJ IN % %  Pefcndanl %  %  %  rn iv .i %  ^ ... he above action made m 22nd day ol Fdirunry 1BB0. %  ..in . ..,., . Porting All that certain l>uol land -'"i %  iMh of Saint Michael h) c, 'taming by ndmenaurei %  u ur thouaand four hundred aiul lift be the -ame mor 1 ; %  laUon on it" p i -e-1 Fill" I %  I he a* heir -mid datum with their Of 11 %  Appeal at ihe Chii-1 %  %  %  list thi Claimant* ww also %  la) IBM. ^'ctork a.m *RM .had .ler my band this 2Jnd day IN* : As? Clerk of th< *Hs*tJ TheMew MORRIS Six If MM ROYAL t.\ll\(.i: i III Duttibutor. Phone 4504 Mr. I", .IS.IOI YOU CAN HAVE YOUR I WtS INSritEO By applyinK lo ... nigh Blood Pressure Men & Women sn %  f 1st* askS tee of mwc K ftssart tawasbBs and later on of par.. %  imin aymptoma of High Blood Proasure are Neivouaneao. h.adai hea at top and back of head and above eyea. pressure In head -i,illness, abort bream, pairs In heart, palpitation, poor aleep. ;--.a of memory and energy. easily exclt.d. fear and worry If yon delay trrainie.il a single da-, becaasks your lire may t* in Saag->e *wt up (or sale lo the ,II >ti the Office ol ihe AasUl Court ILouar, BndgMlown. b. hour* of 12 Iru -ni and ) o'clock in tne .rerimnn on Friday the fifth May IBM All that certain piece or narra) of land situate at Fairfleld H*. n the poruh of Ball ' %  inlrut by odme*urarnan twenty four thnuaniKl four hundred .Old I |Li.ue feet be (he si ••:ng nnd buundlng on lands n Lint, of <;rasettea PlanUtson on the died P*ur*k*U Roas] -'" : %  e rood called Wi< • BM 'h* anme m. hound And If not then fold thr said hour* J i rkatsd thi* 22nd da lILKBat, Ag Clei -. Appenl <.IS,IUall



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T S .> I u r 8 • BOLT 2.0(10 of the 14.222 men n um.flieial strike in ** %  London dorks deeided at a mass open air ineetint; tn-d> to return to work to-morrow. Only 20 voted aKainst the resolution, passed alter unions' speakers hud appealed la the mr n to end the ten-day old stoppage. John Has A Cold LONDON. April 28. West Indies touring encket team have two new .asualties. Roy Marshall ti Buffering from measle5 and comfortable hojpital al Eastbourne, and John Qofldard. the Captain, has ftU. Goddam was to have played in J one-day prai U axiliist Club Cricket Coaferenci at Kingston today, init decided ". rtay in bod W help n quick S Su cery. Marshall complained of no! (teUog too -'"II during the twoday practice match al Eastbourne, and measles wan diagnosed on Wednesday, when he was taker: to hospital Ken Trestrail, the lirst member of the party to contract mrnslgi. is now fit and well again and he. like Ihv rest of the party, hopes the complaint will nut the whole team. Tieilrail feels responsible for Marshall's lUneu, but he had been expecting It. He had shared a cabin on the boat nn<\ a hotel room in London with Marshall and the doctor and nurses assured him when he was in hospital that Marthall. who had never had measles, was unlikely to —Heuter. Worcester Name 12 vs. West Indies Wyatt Leads Side LONDON, April Efl Worcisii .innounccd the following tweivi from which 'he side will be selected (or the game against the West Indies starting at Worcester on Saturday, Ma) 6 R. L S Wyatt, (i R. E. Bird. E Cooper, D. Kenyan. N Whiting. L. Outsehooin. C. r>ws. if <> Jenkins, Howorth. H. Yarnold. If. I This will be the toui inn team Dm gum against a count? itch —Reuler. era Committee called the dockers out on itrlke %  nag :hat no rurthei .uUon can be tound to tail strlk*. by unofficial acU 'mend return to work by 8 a.m. Saturday The unofficial rtrilra, whkh Labour bUnistei o.orge Isaacs had labelled as Com-: neaday oi i*ort and ganeral workers union of three men for then pan in last summers unofficial %  i Canadian g putts, %  labour fore.w Idle. %  Cabinet drafted troops t 0 the dorks on Monday and more have have 20.000 %  i worfcdni ba by the end of next wei 0 i Newi Lord Animon. Chain %  I %  to-morrow %  —that the men would r> they had dM expulsions issue) bu" would be iha itrike n* it would The men'i re* lutloi %  .. %  tomorrow, called 'or vigorous their union tjatitfactioi of live wther m I union office—Renter APPROVE INCOME TAX II 28. TV Allied Hi - ( ti.l. COMMUNISTS [NOT Thailand Get* VBOVE THE LAW A Queen OUHAllegiance To I'oreign rWtr Australian Prime Mlrditei l: G Met • wh voadcaal li oW) lb* I loral inannate I on the banning ol Connuu SfioAii UJwdow %  %  %  %  l-s. IMm> %  %  -I to i 0W>GERMAN-ARGENTINE TRADE PACT LIKELY FRANKFURT April 28, ,Thi |Q in the Gern tiations. the payment* questions, has now beci agreement is expected to be initialled ^Mueriiiaii sources said to-day. The quest. %  .. | said. laon foi V IVIIKF | the i I h began The I'*' Mushr ooms! All al nncr. | USeers. ban an fWn objr, i, hi Otao) iuil **<*, If -4*H irs ying plates %  >. or ju*t re appeared of Texa* lu kg Kassai perturb, jrr to he heB*il n triii*tncd for a Y'otl E* n ^ m n 'r* Haxr>. .. •*"*" Iwrnliardicr. to luck • his rrpuct. He s-w -mm %  •rsiui t.hjr.u Mveral mile* ** %  nioviiif imrilir.Mii-i.1 "*J'*" another uroun ol Wr f 'Pprn*. li„u uullined JJJJjf thunderhead He C '"'' *'*'""'' %  ^ h *" !" *' infinity and began *"'kirn thr shutter He got **** HMUffH, „f W hjt look HL. rM moon ,Ml 12 ,l ** m '" "t from Ihr "M^ He described then. F.*. .. b ,un a" ^nd •T* o r t h neu^paiH-i rf>w ^ id -satiuw mmtt raasss —IS s Allies Try lo ^onibut Sinu^iilino ,. ANKPUBT A, tW J!, ''" I comix.* IYJT^T '•'•""an) lu Co,ranun•S"'-. V : F""" Europ.-. SIS?-' n *ali 2jy ink ^fS^ t "'^''" MuninSl "nel, xxajfz !" *'*** black %  ** wnaumer goods —Reu l K Writ what %  products to be exchanged. Opinion thai the departure Ambassador al Washim:* %  lo lead tin March II I .•ti tot Grai la of $J5,000.000 an S33.ooo.000 %  %  i to exceed $100.0t0.00C each %  aaOan Aa <•< mporV tiie rtaulUni tended t. i <•.-. unfavourablv German soureea said. Undei menu will be made through an 'rade. %  %  %  %  Thi that the OOO.riOO sKirm M.IIS (; <,in\t;i i:.\ :HF^TRAU. with .. rhoi . %  \Trieste Of No [mportanee SAYS TITO %  i m %  1 in mi iht baaai el this ill I nt agreesnead tii .1 ai raa tits •mild \>r nude I i I onsloercd %  ... %  %  %  %  'hat in no %  Stiites on the aan N i cm Burapi pted them i d.. %  4 runMdrr th. i im.-.i Mates .' •ffer ii. aa> ..rim We have thr aaaaaa al huiittint ur an ..rn.-. Issdagtrj %  i tanger of ".H —Renter i %  II punu %  %  llw othtr iiand. U Sparlta -in. .iii-akefl a '•ad IUHUK. aan M r>* don>i M %  %  %  r i.inn %  •antnii %  i Britain Not Informed %  %  Party %  i % % %  %  %  la Commui : legiUmatc fui I behalf ..f ihwir UnlOSU but thev law thun Mi .1%  %  %  .ted Comi in uoaitions from which, in .id do lrroparabrr harm lo th. safety and defence i '.: win a ... torcee it li actualrj vito with tin %  from cripi ,.ih and capacity rives." — ReuUi 2 Americans Murdered \ Liberals Agree To Leopold's Return K\sk (•MndnioUii-r' t>ouit i"< asufets Ol U. all .'Mm. the %  alan la MM I %  %  K iv oarreu M %  : %  I —Renter %  %  M k< %  %  %  %  %  %  %  French H I %  '< %  i i| %  %  %  %  French Police Chief Killed IN VIETNAM SAlOOh April 2H %  Moscow-tra.m-d Ho Chi-MinhS %  A Viet' foiu ihcga he was about to get Inti He willed there %  %  im iN.iaped in • %  nam gueril H nu „f hit Chief of F unced that %  %  %  %  BflO nuMUoner I %  after h>^ —Reuler IXJNDON, Apul ^8 ign Office rung lateen!., i' imed of n S< MOII to invoke the Ruseo-Finniij %  l IB4S He said thsrf the Britlal I h move orta had SUK:' had decided to hold defer** Finland under the tern i laftle 2 of the treaty which proin the fd attack. 'unent reVmencan l\lrcrafl V I as implyinr The So\Ki-Fn,t.i.|, Mutual Aid Pad was diracted agan, attack bi allied with (Jermanv —Reuler. Mayor Arrested For Sabola^f I'.KHLiN. Apui M, <>< Of Mg.iIrading V cials have baai accused of economic sitinlsgai. tag . i t i said that eight people had been arrested. n Hoe* .d Demu1 ubtainetl from any source Deseau ramf Magdeburg, is the scene of 1 icrman Repm mass trial foi economic sabotage %  —Reuler I Hubert Doyle, correapi UM Arn.-Mc.u, magai %  %  %  %  %  near Bua %  I'sterday. M m* here. The] Four or in rnilitai the murd %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  East AM frorn Hera In % %  aacigl an South EMM I mftj GRENADE THROWN: NO CASUALTIKS BINOAPORC April 2H %  U %  without %  <*i the leg i %  away fata uuaiUi —Reuler. 52 YEAR OLD COUNTESS ARRIVES IN ROME 53 Days On llorsv Hack SENTENCE QUASHED %  HOME. April 28. -.:r-v mare, Elena HohatWUS rur'e into %  I %  %  jacket to kneel on thAll hei luggage Adenauer (.els l)isu|>|ioinlin<> Reph %  %  %  I i %  take pnn %  i % %  %  ,. %  %  %  anjatav .. %  1 %  %  te a ink aad %  . rf reeelaUMi as <.i< ParUanw at tfaal .. nw <\\\i -i Lfea I hart] | n 4ii \hiu.e hewjn i Ounrs. %  %  %  %  %  Nat —Rrulci %  %  %  K a ... ,.. | II %  K**sn>i Carib Pres§ i iiiilfiTiiee OpC^Ile In I rinitliul itaaSaal %  %  %  i trrnlda I OaarsUaa C. A. L : %  i H li %  %  %  ; %  I : %  —Rmlri Irtihli Deputies To Go On Trial %  %  %  raa La BWla %  kast ysabrpe b> he kesfsaksgr -he Countess aavd s 50 iffat.L wm k.w.\ Sweel Vermouth Drv Vcriuoulh IUHII Uint. lem -Hi.liti, aeagsg aasf r l.lll f0l II asalr r r*.ta. pBjts u| girtag M-rha



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qcudb QaUinq This -Hospital* has a lure for ail Patients >yHFJR MAJEST. M. and Queen, if efrcumsl permit, are to attend the celebrations In June next year ol ti.e centenary of the (/our* of Glasgow L'nivw*it> The actual oate ot the celebra'... %  i. but (he velebrath be held from June 19th I It i* hoped to have torch parades from four centres connecu | the history of the University and from veals oi ancient learningone front the village of >> near JexJburgh, where the % % %  of the Vhiventitj. Huhop Tumbull. was boraanother from lona J third from Movillt. tn In the home of St FW Christian teachei. md tin from Candida CBM. %  -%  horn, where ST HJnLan taught To Be Married To-Day M ri MILL KNUV.LES. son C Mia. K Ku i-im iieach, Hastings. Li |*d this afternoon in (;< town B.G. at St Andrew > | Church to Miss Flo Strang. —ugnter of Mrs. Florence Ol UCOTBtOwn. Mr KAOWk a Sugar Agronomist of Booker Bros an Demerara Mis* apeni some of her school Barbados at Codringtoii BflM the Cut merchants U"ii ti'ien thev're "liuv 'olei in OrfoM %  | Here On Holiday M M ETHEL GRAHAM, sister of the Matron of the Barbados Hospital is in Barbados slaying MaM Graham U stress of the Girls' School iKua and is here on holiday due to leave for St Lucia today and will be returning to 'Vntigua on May 3rd. Pudding and Souse M l: PaffltM HOWLL1. Proprietor Casuarina Club reports that there Black pudding and souse included on his menu tomorrow bag. This Is. of course, a famous Barbadian Sunday morning ltd it i* good to see thai is endeavouring to cater to local tastes. It Is to be hoped that he haenough In stock Returning Shortly M R. J. Redhead, Magistralof Antigua who was here foi FRUIT HARDEST the Civil Service Conference, left In the week by the Lady for Grenada on a visit two sons wh'> school there. He was staying at ,-Sea". The Hand •xpoeti I in Barbados in about Profile bonsrrt Arriving lo-Day fjpHI REMAIN MiUn .... whose rollinc beias to (wed with "" rr4 *raw Frati Juatll gas am *• I wnlllaerr Vrrattoa. fcl raauV >m SawSaUlrd "> %  *•"* '•• ,n ,tM ,n: t'.n'1't LiMn f**4' S#"*r*. left, no case 10 conatdered to be bevood curing. iT^cted by a beds or of nursing Was* %  'it. by %  Ad her ffiend. L*dy Rather::.ues was thai ot modellir agreed to mend a toy lr a child %  dren'a hospiul. she did -.ot realise that she had laid the n stone of a "hospital -oo:i more rnved tor treatment, and. today, two basement r„onw house a flourish^ Often the toys arrivt In such a battered coodtOt would appear to be hopeless. One -,n. indeed, was so dirty and -.roken that the staff felt that they could do nothing with it. But he mother of the child that wned it. begged them to try. TO -cr little girl in bed with tuberulosis. the doll was so precious that she could not bear to be pui ted with it. The doll wa* %  ml back to her. as clean and %  a new pin. re sent to the hospital frum many parts of the world. %  such distnr, 1 Jainaaea. he leavini n 1 1! by the is on long They are due to am on Sunday and will shortly for England "Goliilo." Mr. Knowles leave. Regular Visitor M ISS Rosemary Arrl once again in Barbados A regular visitor here, she > couple of weeks ago accompanied %  %  in.Golf Club Captain M R AND Mi J K K staying for fheir Barbados holiday. On Hit Way Home S pur**, io Ml yesterday. He an tved limiiiau DJ 11 W 1 A Trafflg anu Sale?, rv; T.C.A., he was one \ employees to visit U as priui to laol of bifjet hi* katt vlttt to iUibados, %  Aiuoa i uue to tCave tor Canada tnia morning looking lor. '. going hunif altl long absence. Arriving This Morning M K AM) MRS IV PRA 1 %  to to ar i by S..S II going bon long leave. H %  Perfect Wicket W l %  %  %  CROSSWORD %  ; i \ Y 1 • %  Ta 1 9 1 r i r GLOBE I IILV \RT1-T OF < ;| %  %| \\ll CONTINUING 'i Ol K \M •OHO M-G-M'sBIG'MUSICAl ,n .fc, b TECHNICOLOR l Por this u* ou moat thins ou: to* answer * r v liosi ol told one* ar* inside 10 P. dealer* In slang tni* meanmoney. (3| IL found to church, thsaua at liable. IS) 12 Her*, tor onoB roa ha** acc;K* k lc*>p and team. 34 However %  tnmll It's so island 141 26 Epiihet for a rormar beauty ii> Down I In* Dird oaa il Delore Ui* tarnji'i can grow it. (4) i Mayb* a snail cumpaoy to u.< Beat but a small oak to ua. (Si i. A broaen 01* 14) i, Don't aisuo, you can gat a seal in KISM landa. (4) S. United and lh*y may an die. (Ui a A aort uf oall |wu'U Ond. (ft) i. wimi %  bred ID thl* win com* oui in in* Oe'U.. (3) is. Character* ol promla*. (3| 14 To oaa on* Is a method of v.,t minority. (6) IS. uuatum itarted by America, (ft) 18Tip top nj u> upset tn* shop. 14) 11 la 11M noiio Uey play With UU* wooden ban. (4) a Nut ut nora*. (4) ;u its a iambi*. (3) JO wnm tor-'T* of court they ar* not refrwlilnj (4i U. inla til* may ilv*. id) ..(lor, or vfiTi.|i i.i.ur —A(r*u I.ut 1') Arp11. a**H I'.-" AaotfDML. r: %. Onlf*. |1 \ *•' BY THE WA1 GENE KELLY • *& r t FRANK SINATRA S BETTY G^RRETT ANN MILLER. / JULES MUNSHIN* 5^ a VERA-ELLEN^ \ X ON THE TOWN IT T ll I MM I !"•! W lta Mi U >IJ' I IgntBl BO! prr.mli. Ihnr \.\KIIIV T X G E SHOW locMhrr with rTRONI POWBI mil SOIMA 'lit XKER In 'MABIE AMOISKTTf Krrp Hour I I III M I"i lhr>r -how. i. >i.u mi> "in Iimp)rnt.-iil..r. lor ollr ftat and CHM ol Jrffrpy. H.*rr EMPIRE NOW NEW MUSIC! /V£H'MA6IC!/Vf'TW£S... of th world's greatest onfar f riwrl Hy Beachcomber all whli In vlara of the above. I am a all the members are bellrait disturbed by the dr.. %  .lied to me an amuM'. | Journallati 11 %  up a commit'.lived In Wiitslm. a „. „ ol lll(1 i^. c „ l( t pI]I ; lar family. To keep In trainil oshan* th, .nd a pej| l,., lB| on his knees and al%  Drum* oj .%<•(/ .untn.m,/ iek to . of uore I wot a ofibed ol i of bells i: at it. shaking the roof i %  echoing. I new maid p head In ring?" H OTEIJi and restaui-nts are Ml ^ho "" are expected here th. %  any guest is ttafal bowing to the ground, .nd CsVfTing a large jug of Iced %  %  | Mi^ssanus long in o one h .. rk without : A man who demon%  %  A Sidney Buchman Production PARKS BARBARA HALE cftiijM LARRY Ownaitsl • Ooium Goahnn ^^-L.hChBl LOW .MMMMM. McComwk Slum • i. SIDNEY BUCHMAN PLAZA proudly presents .. [orsrii l'i •>•!), If t'nmj Hi/. \,i t t.tl drink Iced water whenever he pleases while a mere Englishman win. wants has to adjust his thirst to .. Mn. kvzliutuh l'i.>i> %  / H O, i of seesoi'' coftKuliinu hour aoliklli n and think O PFI1 j %  man with his OfDasm UM buttonspringless braces or not. : %  nmiess. I • Ill II is \ to sruooi BOYS SHOES %  TAN ** BLACK 5.23 to 6.40 T0BRALC0 in NAVY >nd ROYAL IMITATION 140 LINENS IN ALI SCHOOL COLOURS 86 and .94 EXCERCISE BOOKS, INKS. PENS, NIBS, PAINT BOXES Etc. All. AT M\\ IMIM IS Will li If IDS IliliW in -.1 MlAV VUO AND H.30 P.M. : h THE CLUTCHING HAND \ t K \U. Kt VM lt\ lUKH.l.K h> Arthur B. Reeve I a u ring : AM ; T1VE — Ruth Mix Shelling and others U rn thriller BOD CATHY DOWNS la •PANHANDLE" OEARSSlUFrY WEsss^ SAIL HP AY. APItn. 2,, ASMVATfC TH B €IXEMA1^Z?; MIIIMI TOD.XV AT SM P.M ^T, TONIGHT TO TIF.SIHV NIGHT AT 1U BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO in KEEP EM FLYHA RAV A E K£2S L ,KIE E D, *j ii\\n\4TO-M<.HT I mil 4 a-m. CASUARINA CLUB ST. LAWHIM I TEL IM ioimo\\ SFA BATH1NC K PUDDING antl SOUSE l From loon Miookrr jml Blllurds Mrmbrn, only IIOVAI. Worlhings TO-D^Y 5 -nil I 30 AND ('.NT! .' M G M Vrm sttf Prc^tiu • -COMMAND DE( ISIilN SUrnii* t'laikr OaflU 'HIN9UN John HOOIAK BtUn DONLEVY Chaile* BICXFOBD EMl'IIIK TO-DAY 4 *S -uid B.30 wul CONTWUINO J0I.S0N SINGS AGAIN' Starrtna: L*rr* PARKS— Barbara HA1X'Aiili.ii„ DEMERI8T HOW Ti>-n.\Y TO MOM 4 4 & I It M c; M I'menli %  RolM-il TAYLOR—John IIODtAK In • mm with Arlm. DAHL-Dun TAYLOR You'vr IM-.II-II IIIHHII I!II l.'i.iu Suurrn>•• you van *** ill.in % % %  Columbia Arliwu I'. %  .kill Nil i.il . HH*£R-0tIN& roti/ews$WAL. THRtUS! To-Wight CLUB MORGAN JEFFREYS ALL STAR FLOOR with i i \> it., uosiitmm and his Trinidad Artists U I .\ I U A > C I. I IM.. lhII Show AND MAYBE WIN ONE OF THE 000R TOB Dial 4000 for dinner reservaliom. EVANS AND BROAD STREET You can add new charm nd feminine auraction to your beauty. Learn the neo< An of Make-Upas perfected by Mm View Hollyuood Sc^cr.l Daily Classes. Personal iaMMCDOO. You'll receive your own individual color hjrmoin make-up chart ...FREE ffoluriiifi: a,arM-BI*.R"<-K'<' i J 0 I %  .hi %  • Cocrtci for >our lolonng You'll tain aboui it il* l„„ r i.'.>..—'" um ART SCHOOL OF MAKE-Uf... AT C \\ I SHEPHERD & CO. I commc,.,,, WEDNESDAY 3rd My at 9.30 .m. and 2 P*


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Publication Date: Saturday, April 29, 1950
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S .> I u r April 99
19SO.
Barkens
Mwtatt^:B:
BELGIUM WILL HAVE "CARETAKER KING
If
The meeting should.
over wnose expulsion
' lOmull'l I
2^00 DOCKERS BACK
TO WORK TO-DAY
LONDON. April 1>8
BOLT 2.0(10 of the 14.222 men n um.flieial strike in
** London dorks deeided at a mass open air ineetint; tn-d>
to return to work to-morrow.
Only 20 voted aKainst the resolution, passed alter
unions' speakers hud appealed la the mrn to end the
ten-day old stoppage.
John
Has A Cold
LONDON. April 28.
West Indies touring encket team
have two new .asualties.
Roy Marshall ti Buffering from
measle5 and comfortable
hojpital al Eastbourne, and John
Qofldard. the Captain, has
ftU. Goddam was to have
played in J one-day prai U
axiliist Club Cricket Coaferenci
at Kingston today, init decided ".
rtay in bod W help n quick
SSucery.
Marshall complained of no!
(teUog too -'"II during the two-
day practice match al Eastbourne,
and measles wan diagnosed on
Wednesday, when he was taker:
to hospital
Ken Trestrail, the lirst member
of the party to contract mrnslgi.
is now fit and well again and he.
like Ihv rest of the party, hopes
the complaint will nut
the whole team.
Tieilrail feels responsible for
Marshall's lUneu, but he had been
expecting It. He had shared a
cabin on the boat nn<\ a hotel
room in London with Marshall
and the doctor and nurses assured
him when he was in hospital that
Marthall. who had never had
measles, was unlikely to
Heuter.
Worcester Name
12 vs. West Indies
Wyatt Leads Side
LONDON, April Efl
Worcisii .innounc-
cd the following tweivi
from which 'he side will be
selected (or the game against
the West Indies starting at Wor-
cester on Saturday, Ma) 6
R. L S Wyatt, (i
R. E. Bird. E Cooper, D. Ken-
yan. N Whiting. L. Outsehooin.
C. r>ws. if <> Jenkins,
Howorth. H. Yarnold. If. I
This will be the toui inn team -
Dm gum against a count? itch
Reuler.
era Committee called the dockers
out on itrlke

nag :hat no rurthei .uUon can
be tound to tail strlk*. by un-
official acU 'mend re-
turn to work by 8 a.m. Saturday
The unofficial rtrilra, whkh
Labour bUnistei o.orge Isaacs
had labelled as Com-:
neaday oi
i*ort and ganeral work-
ers union of three men for then
pan in last summers unofficial
i
Canadian g putts,

labour fore.- w
Idle.
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Cabinet drafted troops t0 the
dorks on Monday and more have
have 20.000
i worfcdni ba
by the end of next wei
0.....i Newi
Lord Animon. Chain

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to-morrow

that the men would r>
they had dM
'
expulsions issue) bu"
would be
iha itrike n* it would
The men'i re* lutloi
..
tomorrow, called 'or vigorous
their union
tjatitfactioi
of live wther m I
union officeRenter
APPROVE INCOME TAX
II 28.
TV Allied Hi
- Law which tilcv
iceviously voted Ian *
RcUtCI
Growing Interest
In W.I. \ffaiw
i .om n*i .... i iminaeaall
Mi. L I) Oammaaj recently re-1
I
tee told me
Indian affairs \

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W. AJtkan
II> ( ti.l.
COMMUNISTS [NOT Thailand Get*
VBOVE THE LAW A Queen
Ouh- Allegiance To I'oreign rWtr
Australian Prime Mlrditei l: G Met
wh voadcaal li oW)
lb* I loral inannate I
on the banning ol Connuu
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GERMAN-ARGENTINE
TRADE PACT LIKELY
FRANKFURT April 28,
,Thi |q in the Gern
tiations. the payment* questions, has now beci
agreement is expected to be initialled
^Mueriiiaii sources said to-day.
* The quest.
.. | said. laon foi
V IVIIKF | the i I h began
The I'*'
Mushr
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All al nncr. |
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Otao) iuil
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E*n^ m*n- 'r* Haxr>. ..
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his rrpuct. He s-w -mm
rsiui t.hjr.u Mveral mile*
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"*J'*" another uroun ol
Wrf 'Pprn*. liu uullined
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** *' infinity and began
*"'kirn thr shutter He got
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F.*. .. "b*,una" ^nd
T* o r t h neu^paiH-i
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what

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to be exchanged.
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the de-
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Ambassador al Washim:*

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March II I
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\ Liberals Agree To
Leopold's Return
K\sk Form New Govern men!
BRUSSELS, April 28
J^IBERAI-S, holding the key to the six week oi
Cabinet crisis, to day agreed to King Leopold'
compromise solution to solve the nation's constita
tional deadlock by temporarily delegating his pre
rogative 1.0 Ins 19 year old son, Grown Prince Bau
<' min. Thr Tjibrr.il Party's general assembly, which
held a four and i half hour meeting to day, also
urged that the outgoing Catholic Liberal Coalition
Government of retiring Premier Ctaston Eyskens
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Qcudb QaUinq
This -Hospital* has a lure for ail Patients
>yHFJR MAJEST.
M. and Queen, if efrcumsl
permit, are to attend the celebra-
tions In June next year ol ti.e
centenary of the (/our*
of Glasgow L'nivw*it> The actual
oate ot the celebra'...
i. but (he velebrath
be held from June 19th I
It i* hoped to have torch parades
from four centres connecu |
the history of the University and
from veals oi ancient learning-
one front the village of >>
near JexJburgh, where the
of the Vhiventitj. Huhop Tumbull.
was bora- another from lona j
third from Movillt. tn In
the home of St FW
Christian teachei. md tin
from Candida Cbm. --
horn, where St HJnLan taught
To Be Married To-Day
Mri MILL KNUV.LES. son C
Mia. K Ku
i-im iieach, Hastings. Li
|*d this afternoon in (;<
town B.G. at St Andrew > |
Church to Miss Flo Strang.
ugnter of Mrs. Florence -
Ol UCOTBtOwn. Mr KAOWk
a Sugar Agronomist of Booker
Bros an Demerara Mis* -
apeni some of her school
Barbados at Codringtoii
BflM the
Cut merchants -
U"ii ti'ien thev're "liuv
'olei in OrfoM
| ,
Here On Holiday
MM ETHEL GRAHAM, sister
of the Matron of the Barba-
dos Hospital is in Barbados slaying
MaM Graham U
stress of the Girls' School
iKua and is here on holiday
due to leave for St Lucia
today and will be returning to
'Vntigua on May 3rd.
Pudding and Souse
Ml: PaffltM HOWLL1.
Proprietor
Casuarina Club reports that there
Black pudding and souse
included on his menu tomorrow
bag. This Is. of course, a
famous Barbadian Sunday morning
ltd it i* good to see thai
is endeavouring to cater
to local tastes. It Is to be hoped
that he ha- enough In stock
Returning Shortly
MR. J. Redhead, Magistral- of
Antigua who was here foi
* FRUIT HARDEST
the Civil Service Conference, left
In the week by the Lady
for Grenada on a visit
two sons wh'>
school there. He was staying at
,-Sea". The -
Hand xpoeti I
in Barbados in about
Profile bonsrrt
Arriving lo-Day
fjpHI REMAIN
MiUn
.... whose rollinc beias to
(wed with "" rr4 *raw Frati
Juatll gas am * I wnlllaerr
Vrrattoa. fcl raauV >m SawSa-
Ulrd "> ** *"* ' ,n*,tM
,n: t'.n'1't
LiMn f**4' S#"*r*.
left, no case 10
conatdered to be bevood curing.
iT^cted by a
beds or of nursing
Was* .
'it. by
Ad her
ffiend. L*dy Rather::.-
ues was thai ot modellir .
agreed to mend a toy lr a child
dren'a hospiul. she did
-.ot realise that she had laid the
n stone of a "hospital
-oo:i more
rnved tor treat-
ment, and. today, two basement
ronw house a flourish^
Often the toys arrivt In such a
battered coodtOt
would appear to be hopeless. One
-,n. indeed, was so dirty and
-.roken that the staff felt that they
could do nothing with it. But
he mother of the child that
wned it. begged them to try. TO
-cr little girl in bed with tuber-
ulosis. the doll was so precious
that she could not bear to be
pui ted with it. The doll wa*
ml back to her. as clean and
a new pin.
re sent to the hospital
frum many parts of the world.
such distnr,1
Jainaaea.
he leavini n'1 1!"
by the
is on long
They are due to am
on Sunday and will
shortly for England
"Goliilo." Mr. Knowles
leave.
Regular Visitor
MISS Rosemary Arrl
once again in Barbados A
regular visitor here, she
> couple of weeks ago accompanied

in.-
Golf Club Captain
MR AND Mi J K K
-
staying
for fheir Barbados holiday.
On Hit Way Home
Spur**, io Ml
yesterday. He an tved
limiiiau DJ 11 W 1 A
Trafflg anu Sale?, rv;
T.C.A., he was one
\ employees to visit U
as priui to laol of
.
bifjet hi* katt vlttt to iUibados,
.
Aiuoa i uue
to tCave tor Canada tnia morning
looking lor-
. '. going hunif altl
long absence.
Arriving This Morning
MK AM) MRS I- V PRA 1
to to ar
i by S..S II
going bon '
long leave.
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l Por this u* ou moat thins ou:
to* answer a or* niiu-'jiua* si>* r
v liosi ol t- old one* ar* inside
10 P. dealer* In slang tni* mean-
money. (3|
IL found to church, thsaua at
liable. IS)
12 Her*, tor onoB roa ha** acc;-
MM OsM
Mr. lYatr who
Cable and Wlrasaas, ha.- baen

i'ra'.t* aranosti
to Barbados as Mi
at Ibl "' *n''
Wlrasaas LI
1B35 to August 1B3U

Pai
West In
Married In Antigua
ARRIEI)
J M Pis
M"
thret- daughters ill .,
A
M L Uri :i* ,wo
After a Month year- i
Mi
Bai

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holiday. 1

. you nar*
never aald. (81
ih 1>K* k lc*>p and team. ji Prifhten* you may **j. 14)
ii I run away from the mUiur* 11
a Huppu** her tin gag.
34 However tnmll It's so island 141
26 Epiihet for a rormar beauty ii>
Down
I In* Dird oaa il Delore Ui* tarnji'i
can grow it. (4)
i Mayb* a snail cumpaoy to u.<
Beat but a small oak to ua. (Si
i. A broaen 01* 14)
i, Don't aisuo, you can gat a seal
in kism landa. (4)
S. United and lh*y may an die. (Ui
a A aort uf oall |wu'U Ond. (ft)
i. wimi bred id thl* win com* oui
in in* Oe'U.. (3)
is. Character* ol promla*. (3|
14 To oaa on* Is a method of v.,t
minority. (6)
IS. uuatum itarted by America, (ft)
18- Tip top nj u> upset tn* shop.
14)
11 la 11m noiio Uey play With UU*
wooden ban. (4)
a Nut ut nora*. (4)
;u its a iambi*. (3)
jo wnm tor-'T* of court they ar*
not refrwlilnj (4i
U. inla til* may ilv*. id)
* ..(lor, or vfiTi.|i i.i.ur A(r*u
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11 up a commit'.-
lived In Wiitslm. a. ol ,lll(1 i^.c l( t pI]I.;
lar family. To keep In trainil oshan* th,
.nd a pej| l,., .
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Drum* oj .%<(/ .untn.m,/
iek to
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wot a ofibed ol i
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at it. shaking the roof i

echoing. I new maid p .
head In
ring?"
HOTEIJi and restaui-nts are "Ml
^ho ""
are expected here th.

any guest is ttafal
bowing to the ground, .nd CsVfT-
ing a large jug of Iced



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cftiijM LARRY
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McComwk Slum
i. SIDNEY BUCHMAN
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proudly presents
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drink Iced water whenever he
pleases while a mere Englishman
win. wants
has to adjust
his thirst to ..
Mn. kvzliutuh l'i.>i> /
HO, i
of seesoi''
coftKuliinu hour aoliklli n and think
OPFI1

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, man with his OfDasm
UM button-
springless braces or not.
: nmiess.
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5.23 to 6.40
T0BRALC0 in NAVY >nd ROYAL
IMITATION 140
LINENS IN ALI SCHOOL COLOURS
86 and .94
EXCERCISE BOOKS, INKS. PENS, NIBS,
PAINT BOXES Etc.
All. AT M\\ IMIM IS
Will li If IDS
IliliW in -.1 MlAV VUO AND H.30 P.M.
: h
the CLUTCHING HAND
\ t K \U. Kt VM lt\ lUKH.l.K h> Arthur B. Reeve
I a u ring :
AM ; T1VE Ruth Mix
.....Shelling and others
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llAUBADOS ADVOCATE
SIMEY:
0pf WOMEN
LONDON
.uda> that .11
| ;nma. not Papa
"'-' me pants in 'he
THE- QAMftn. a
.:
\tSt
Lb, and women wore mr-
aa he sld quite definitely
0,, idea of "weaker sex"
lain! ot ihf pa"
Tberc
paw
tj T S Sin*)' Mid thai it1
Si- who does the aller-
f *< wistfully though
'ST "lllw w " MkM'
He does them anyway.
'.lv or not. he conceded |
Suflc pronouncement pure
""SSalKj. Dr. Simey saidl
,* at the house has
,'S^d, and nowl merMv
fj^, we have not yet
n slafe where we havq|
which sex we wont to
the behaviour of man LONDON.
,. cha,, and w,l, J*J** -^""j^
*"25efr bUmed 1. parti, gi-beth whHe .he Jft
-r.ietum to the Amazon, otttn of her second baby late in
which usually involve Ion*
standing and strain, have been
cancelled. Elizabeth will lead an
entirely normal" life bv keepin..
up private engagements arnost M
the day of birth. There will be
only slight variations to
lar diet, designed to prow
ting on too much weight.
Before the birth of PliDi
Charles-, she nttended to corres-
pondence and other Palace mat-
ters up to a few days before the
Prince was born on November 14,
1MB. She went shooting with the-
Royal Family nt Balmoral In the
early autumn, attended a wedding
on October 20 and drove with her
husband Philip to .n private rtin-
m-r-prirtv on November !2
/gq/tfty QppAUnf
PACE THKEi:
ROYALTY KNITS
tension In man,
he said ominously.
t women who have been In
Jined forces find their home
I inadequate "
Sjnwv men i -y whether
^..t this tension" by the
^ned women would result
in increase In day pigeo;
m or pot shots at husbands,
British scholar also didn't
by solution to the changing
tjM! as he summed up con-
UDgi of two-day mental
rconference. But he did
i that conditioning on the
{Vets of life wamed against wishfu
apparently such as that
the husband was tho
personal it v in the
Sitn*> sternb advised:
__ men and women must
to accept 'heir sex as a fun-
_^ fact. They have got tc
to a new pattern for their
tad the burden of choice Is
JbbL"
Other word*, wive-
to stand over a hot stovi*
dinner cajole, bribe or
I that hubby stand over a
dishpan after
pparentlv the -ox pattern
at&ik age I N S.
WHAT U.K.
BEES IN M.E.
CAIRO. April 28.
President of the Egyptian
. Heykal Pasha said to-da>
he interpreted Britain's atti-
to Jordan's annexation of
Palestine as meaning "Egypt
ttftle her differences with
_^t*fore Britain can settle
-Terences with Egypt".
idon. Keykal Pasha added:
b ssas the Middle East as
unified region, menaced
lunism. Unltv is essen-
t las Middle East, and Rri-
i*Brd Israel as the cor-
in this unity'' Reuter
This "normal" routlnt
specific orders from her gynae--
cologist. Sir William GUUatT who
is again looking after the Prin-
cess.
One of Britain's most brilliant
"baby specialists'' with a formi-
dable String Of 'lualillcations.
GlUiatt is a quiet, spare man
strictly obeyed by all his patients.
His books on gynaecology have
become standard works for the
world, and he has contributed
largely to advances made in the
uae of anaesthesia in childbirth.
Elizabeth used trylen. .....
birth of Charles
As the time approaches for th?
birth of the baby, it Li expected
thai Slater Helen Maude Ilowr (>1
Camden Town (London) will be
summoned. Sister Howe, brown-
eyed, slim and In her ISO's was1
nurse-in-charge at the birth of
Charles. She has worked on Sir
William's cases for years, includ-
ng the birth nf Prince Michael
of the Duchess of Kent.
According to present plans the
baby will be born at
House. London home of Elizabeth
and Philip. Bui because the
Royal Family traditionally visits
Balmoral during the summer, the
possibility o! the baby being born
F. Caught at the hack like
old-fathloned hustle it,,.. ,
F.lltabrlh worr this sea-green
drea*. lopped b> a fox rape when
i*hr viHitem l*ndons Rowl m.|,
union in Albemarle street.
EXPRESS.
ruled <>ut.
ion house.
d if the child were bom
in Scotland, no doubt it would be
at Hirkhall. When IMncess Mar-

i 21, IMO, II was the
Room A MERICAN
had Ixvn t*orn in Scotland for ^
Uiiies,
The baby, boy or girl and
.ill, hop-
ing for girl will M
third in line to the tin
nd forcing
once more in the
line of
asm giver*
ihe addltli i to m
Ar\hur George, if th.
i ma would not be

fter the Kin,
Of Philip's falhei
Henry. David. Patrick, M
i tier.
i. court arek
Mair, in .-,ini
. .
.....aan, VIc-
I
Be likely choices
i of Edinburgh's tour
of duty in the Mediterranean is
intll the vnr i

mate Issnrs
i..
certain to b.-
the eoiitmement
nd celebi
Reports from '
well She lu*.s

me of which, as
. I



Iran log, rnrwirssjsil bi
i-rnning is
the lav-
ette for ihe baby herself. Ai
II* ill lie all
I K.imily.
including Queen Mary, an- alreedy
knitting busily,
I.N.S.
Gas Secrets
Enquiry
fn Britain
No Comment
BUI N
.
ment Uh icnt th;it
Trade Pad
tact that A i Toected 10
follow
was given :o rep- i
are about I ;00.000.00j
peso trade agreemem
importance nnh
Argentine accord while
DO Washingt
-cries
Argentina will
Import oil from dollar areas : -
one year I
nence. ProspecTs o*
trade with Oft
availabili^
need the
:' '
ti the i : i
Reuter
Thank Britain
Advocat* Corrnipondrnl i
BEL1/K
1ST week Monday the Legis-
Council unanimously ndopt-
rejohition of the Hon. Wilson
liUun. recording "grateful
ntuon of the special con-
Stun given to the immediate
of British Honduras, ana
tse prompt and favourable
taken by His Majesty's
lament in making available
(port quota of 25.000 tons (of
of which 18.000 tons a
ill be bought by the Minis-
'Food at reasonably remun-
n) prices to be negotiated
illy-
| resolution was seconded by
a. Johnny Smith, People's
Wtee chairman.
FOOLISH AT 30
_ ., LONDON. The report said, however that
Senility begins at .10 but "there is much to bo said on the
there* life in the old dog yet. other side.
That fAtnunariztg the nndmgs "The older man may well claim
on age and dexterity studied in that hi-- experiences
the aboratory by th.- Applied rnakSJ up for any abatement ot
Psychology Unit at Cambridge mechanical daxUl
rsity, and reported in th.
current issue of the "British An example may be taken n-
Mcdical Journal .
The influential journal pointa * COUftC Hi- work i
out that the laboratory "does not ck* lion of henint
suggest that foolishness beglni U ntunllaUon,
arrive at 30, but it dkk cements, all at high speeds.
that after that age the fnim
shadows of semlit> are approach- It is )>osslble that the
ing- a minute which gained him his
One test Is the :rac;ng with a diploma in his
stylus the mirror Image of cer- coma '.**0 <>t loss In :
tain digits. This is foun i to be ''ut luanwlule he has become
less speedily done once the age better equipped mentally for bis
of 30 is passed. ''k There may be more gaps
The ability to make rapid and in hi racord, but he
accurate movements and to Ion
on mailing them decline^ rtNfttg 'o make them good.
n early middle age. INS
LOCKED IN
CANTERBURY, England.
While Patrick Brown was tak-
j Mbfl it the top of the
ntexburr'i
ancient gateway, somebody tocked
the iiooi. Browi
incomfortable hours.
Can. Pre*
BY CHAPMAN PINCHER


> roiiowuig tin




:r\ I*h.....
Governmu"
suggestion th*:
But th'.-
carried out with M I .
than tin*
routine cheeks already made
hmenta
G
station ffhlck li also near

Tlie Itntish and US
led to ex-
change information I
Kan defence since ihe .
A new* .
Interchange toi
.nod in Washington a
week before Pucha i
. ..
133, Stafl ehtefi are m
Informal



areapoi to attack
I

at Edge.
I
One "i their discoveries, known
i
1,000 umaa note
m us tarn gas
Boland Acts V^
B.6*a Chief Justice
iBartudea Advorai* Oavraa
ril 8.
Mr. Justice F M B
,
Bli \. n nham w. :. .cii |,-
rora lit..
d to Ihj
countrj i n Phi
I
h Hondu-


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tielh St." |
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when mustard |M

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ton plant, whiel
menial establlsliinent
from del. i i re ean h eatab-
: :
Sir William
Ramsay
wts the diuovtm of awkfo
"' fUr <) rlnmKtn
achinrmnt mfmmUtlti hi ihe
--ute hiilory of thtmiitrf. TV
hm of ha iworrnn u>m mode
"i iSoiwhrn,unihLtiiRafkioh,
v ixAatei aifm, imt got
Am exist! m imdl OJtonHltes in
"t oil. Lalri, Aanuajr omj
An aiiiiionn tactteitiin
nWdftM? helium, mm, luyflon
omJa enon .uhiihat aho piestat
mtmmm lw h rm twin mmmn. Alfm ihnr oom Mir mm rhmuj
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a *r.tm >W m ih, moJnn gfiU rltark lifh, b.0,. Jfc *, ^rf,2( hmp
Jrprmb m nton u iu,k or, nni ihol frw tiapmt il loioy by my olhn ~~* ihm Aol
-J m\m .IK. lUirn U Mm rmytoyei m mm lomp,, m oilinm lo ISWlUnwn
mt.imudofktj- Ir'-f- j/['l|fti fa. m' ir,h.
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well m hrmg fiofrtoi of.hemiui, 01 Brinol W Ion, m Ut*muy'j4-
kp, Umim. Ik wm hi^htiJ m i j.v, and ou'oijtj ihr Nohri PHm m
,tm. / ,oi, V; m mmnlmtl Aaonoiu., olChrmuol
. , mmmmmtmimm nmmmiliohm.llrMmifio.
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I I WILLIAMS XARKtriNU CO.. 1 TD.-S.U


FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
"vn mm. \,.u
f...
o^ADYO.
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I
.\eise
BK li iak,n(! on a now
.ranco with the Ix-neficial changos
instituted in the control
of traffic Pedestrians arc still reluctant to
u tl lenee but an increasing
number are doing so as it is realised that
they h*vc been set up in the interes-
pedestrleru themselves.
As a result of the new traffic arrange-.
ments. vehicular traffic is no longer di-
itura is sitting and
it is often difficult to httr what is said at
the Council Board or on the Boor of the
e The acoustics of the Houae of
Assembly are particularly bad and the
'live great difficulty in getting
all that is said by a speaker.
everyone that steps
be taken to remedy the difficulty of hearing
and this is made more ecute 'luring the
middle of the year when fans are turned
< adding to the alrcaiiy great
e& If microphones were
Interval around the
Board and Table great assistance w.mld be
frbo have to report the
events in the island's legislature and should
be helpful to members thi D
Such a eolation would be better than re-
turnini* To the old system of diverting traf-
llouse or Council is meeting.
In other parts of the island steps should
t el Ineonvetii-
there are limits
n built up are
! kind. After about eleven
.....i el instruments
Barbed
.it times to relax
li i when
i hold their i
identlal
'. I.Ml,
I male
Cleaalineea
tul tourist keaeon
lion ol
butch
re the
i
i the island


would
rouldbeol -
wal people *......
there
,,( Darbadoi are P" "' '
, inclr natural
tnenl ti < the
with covers,
UM slreela to
other

Background To Colombo
> I.. K. I'riirson.
a agaaelian Srrrrtnr? of Stmir fear LK% Or-M.il Affair*
Asia u We agreed at Colombo that the d the difficulties arise
pry magnitude of
'ere are so mai
. ia and southeast Ana by null- projects which clamour)
ng tary foice alone. They cannot be ravition that i: b \er> difficult I"
k>m checked, if. thri or cieode what should be done
where colonial status remai
[but where freedom lotehta- l0mperative inex^nence of the
been achieved, a better ** .dmuuiU'alive systems
| at once if only the people *ill cewfuiiy with ih. wn- ltwse counUiCS ;
rise In their might and create the al liberation.and[acctal_/of.r. ,i. If ^ u,^ for lome time after obtain-

'-.' uc wh'^h are 50 olj in ntt
'iltion but so new tc
n itnty in the modern world.
chaos ou. uthenst Asia ai
rule may not lo DC eol
In India. China and Burn-.... **"
whirh an DOW free states,
i[>pj| i< to a fuller and better themselvea whi
IwLLAKS
Maiava and Indo- demonstrate th..;
China it is to i> Kussians whr.
if are Jtroi,. ><"<* economic *H 1
procraga.
that from eomniui.'am both Jip- The problem, then, for

.
clal inevitably complicate 0*
the present time ol loi
these planning lo raise the standard <-i
pead. an tea* slater I tney living
It was in the light of these con- can improve, by denvxT-itic n-eth- Already in this field some use-
ditions that ate lllliuaatil the situ- oda. liic standard of livm; or the ful work ha been dot*
ation in Meaa of their ; ..ed Nations in Ufftl
al our confer. : 'lp analysing the economic needs
Ml there is .1! ms part of the world. The Uniiec
.1:111st that of mutual aid. ng four p^m pr0t::
bandit., and IIII.i rUht toieeU Tc .... als , a ,
-" We agiMO. lor instance. ......lend financial help tor miuion for Ana and the Fai
.....which bad been ^J. the international laboi
them th.it >i. i i <. .....,.n
lifela movlnii ahead I nanual help a
indepei...- Ihe line and the state ot Burma which had b,. -
t a man a aubject ot discussion amon, the om and Iht food and ayrlcju
we knov, .,- terl.n, countries before the con- <>"> orianiialion are all orkm
m Ottawa. I .nee met. The Canadian in this field Therefore I th nk
Malcolm MacDnnald. Government was not Included in tht we must be carelul ll
In Bum*, which la now I ll earlier discussion. The "P ny new "gency to avoid over-
bul which i- rani one ot a sterling loan lapping- or duplication we do
. strengthen the financial p.. 1 ,: a new committee m
riin.cull Indeed. Indonesia, now 0( the Burmese government. Wi
free, and 1 considering here the Uw piece ol uitei national turni-
a free aUte. is I b) j^inon f dollar Canada in ture lor an air.
force, from the right and forces rc|allon , ,hai sterling loan Our home.
from the loft. It is having a diffl- ial r(.rd wa5 Yet it is hoped that the.
cult tim. "''^ rcMimiTed at the conference -ttee which was recommcn-i and requires many years to perleet.
China which : 1 Vj*? 0 inc imp..r- ,t develap- M to the governments at O I n the pot is dry enough'tO handle
feparalely, l-.^ ;,e practical an.1 useful nard) It is inverted
and tne foot is cut. At this itl
? the raw clay or application ol
lollar,
tig to
n studios) i.
Hid Canadian mark-
niall as 11 is
dmade and individual in charac-
acking in quantity is made
Minally
j-tsmanship.
ised comes from decomposed
ich is a main constituent of
rj such as
exposed to fr
nth*, and in the
. taken in and purified (i.e. all
ind organic matter remov-
ed) and prepared for use by kneading and
ing until it is in a suitable plastic, homo-
lition for "throwing."
iwiDg" is somewhat of a misnomer
he shaping of an article from a
piece : \ heel-head which is revolv-
.-clockwise direction. The potter
. wheel and, after centring
Utloning the spinning mould of claj
he pn i.b and lingers down Into
the centre of the clay ball thus hollowing it
d forming a thick-sided' vessel. Sup-
porting the outside wall sel with
index linger of the right hand
and exerting en even pressure from the
the left hand, at the same lime
wth both hands, he thins
and the completed shape
to life. Like all things winch appear natural
iple, "thrown mely difficult
p Rut
.toon that
should
important point in that part ot rccomilll.ndjoii H reiults go further than
' ,, ... monwealth consu. il y previous agency in that area.
It seemed to all of ,s ),7iri ,hal ,fon. ion, lhe
. my committee will be able to relate
lor the need! of these em

only will the
have .ecured m
a Ihe probe
ral monwealt.
b 'luctioi- of through U lo help
nd the gro tcr ihe areaand I attempted t
for the make this clear at Colombo the
ew contributions of
I was impressed also Commonwealth will
That. it need for lect ni- determined in the Ufll nit up to the requisite matunni!
financial commitmei
. so in this area but elsewhere.
IN s.
coloured slipi (thin liqul i carried
of handles, etc.
e la put iiit
'he kiln for b ruthough
mpleti 11 led and the
evaporated, the clay still
contains a small i : chemicallv
ed moisture which must be driven off
- reasons
el ..lily slow and
fhe kiln is lit from cold, and th
rCOTT.
J -ills -

...1 it \\ it-,i Lei
POTTERY
-------AT------
1 am \~. r it
' H :'s
PLANT POTS
ORCHID POTS
WILKINSON -v HAYNES CO. LTD.
sun ,-ssi.is 11
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LlJ
Dial 1472 tea; BECRWIBJ
IHATII TO M \la\IU\
Its lr. II. Ford Trr.lr.-
1.
'
|*i Klniilaifi
1
i'Uign has

; air-
tvill ba Iropoe, ;i>u- for Ihe

to


I
llch-
lofo-dlpfaenyl-t

A-isiit Dtniaii
dwaUlngi and animal outli

oluUon
WOUkl leave .i llllf d>

.!'.'

iTw atl
(l( l.ltH d -' male
mosquit- in-!i.ip To
muntui
only

! are neecMary (or on eighl
innnlh mosquito season.

i South

-cane
pltnlal millionj ol

iii'ii in tha 11

years. .inn >
.11 which the disease is no
\l M III* I |llll MM* *


.1 tlniik fl
Mil ippUcation
the.vei'tot mosquitoes of ma-

hM been found
I that some sp^-cies of moi

.
. contact
;]'. th the inssjrtinrts 1 hi
.1 repellent effect
1 .1 diflannl
on the same species of moaqulto.
The complete eradication of all
uvtor mosquitoes is the ideal re-
.suli to in- limed .n.
Tor the elin .:
malaria from a couunun I
dual insecticides can n
mosquito population so d
that the numben of mosquitoes
which are actually infected with
1 .come almost negligible

italaria as a major
' faith problei'
temperate and tropical .
POCKET CARTOON
by OSNB1 I IMASTEU

lor tmr 1
'iporra
. anti
end et*n Ihe Srini'i Coumii.
wr come out ai MM
>lr. r..Ml|Ui..K
The available insecticide arm.-
Ill Of DDT, l-eii/ei).
particular body or clay
is laken from the
I The making
I very important
avOlVM endless
n. Glaze, broadly
speak:: nd is made of
such mi EC& lin, Corn-
wall nd coloured with oxid6t
such u Mil. rutile. etc. The
immersed in the glaze liquid, or tfa*
'. ushed on the ware ll
and ai!> Il L8 '-inn replaced in the
kiln and This is
Lie firing.
MUtiful ;
ng t<( handle
natural for the e that potting
and altogether gl .
job. A ni who
does hi* utmost to produce work of q
tenon In
1 tor all the
the mental end
rings and the i!
1
After d at care and patience on
Ct his
efforts 1 iiich. 111 spit)
and eve 1 :
1 only
one v.: natical]
I enthus:. rail could endi
if the
I luck to thi
' s and th^'r 1
VRAL ft HAM. HAM b BKI 1 il I A rONQD|
v ' Per ft
li '. ill I) 11 1 1
TKNDEB LEAF TEA in> rte
Sl'NCRErtl EVAPOIATED MILK Ptrft
DANISH ( HICKEN HKulH
MAXWELL HOI M i Ol I II ) ft
HAXWI Ll hoi >i 1 in 1 tb
.(il in \i ail it* BBANDV r^r t*
< OOKJNG. Ill I Mi: .ft Th>
BICAKRON VII BOD I pFr
STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., Lift
ireatfc
for all t
Scotland now
"Take Note '"The Macuinc of the Scot-
lisb Tourist Board.
Floaliiii* I %> la
Today* Thought
Vnd lr*d . B>roi whrn v,e Ihink we moat an W nil i.> 1
V l.viui ,% a learned gentleman wliu teirues your till trom >our rin 1111. and kteva ,u a aclanUAc
ar, will doubtless be follow-
ed in the course ol I
off\cient chemical com-
pounds.
rot years chemists have sought
the pcrCm-l anli-nialanal drug and
\t-t to Ih- found In 1946
United Kingdom
duced proguanil *hich has proved to be an tffkttal My
anti-nulanal and docs not cause wilh s |(.
i,
mosquito taking hlo.* 1 from l ptr-
son under ireatmeiit Witt ,u. nu.
drug does not become infcci. ,.htiy (ll
capable of tunismilting the disease wrorn:; Amj th,.
Forthcconq " w:,lh
cellaol
. .
.-.ii aflkunl .11 '
druga It leinains lor en-
lightened governments to permit
1' recurring annual
Utura and te
the pai "kill-

':
I ;.
' I .
"ii (roni

VOU IV SIM
THE POPULAR
ARROW SHIRTS
in White Only
SIZES 14 TO 17*
Olll III AIM UN SAY:
Quee>ii*ai ark I* Thr Obvituiw ^iii nr Peoplr'w Theatre
...., ,,.,1 11 .i eeloue metM latter aDnaarliU 111 Wedn **?*"


ad, arhtli thi

r n-n.l-i ol im .



I love very ...
h> .nd him
Id Hi
Lard ot ape- i>- I- > - '-
and
ing.

The fui. 1
I -plulleied Jer sute





I



Park It n
th.it on tha ora
. pment and which

. ..
suggestions from



I
I
.cordings".
Please. I beg on my knees, Mr.
I let me ever
woa-at1 .
ritEVoR GALE.
tuna
:'US To The Cdiiur rtic Advocate,
w mg are the n


T. S. CHANDLKH.
Id,

'
1

Ihe bus s:.


1
SECURE YOURS FROM
DA CCSTA 6k CO, if
Dry Goods Department

Bl I'eler tor Ihc pu
pow ol
-...matted m .



need
fcc*







linns whua ara Ikm with"! m-4r-*imm*. bat ai~
irrrti^nifl h, gka m.tomif* hor. fldr-s. mm be IfUM-rrt.
ark -r^rh th.- j rrf^n
are ar
he tem 10 Uie Iditor. nol for puhhr*Uon. hat as an agaw-
aaoa w gaed faith.


cvn bd.W. APRn. 29. 1950
Trinidad Attorney
Admitted To Local Bar
Mr. C.T.w.E. Worrell "Half Barbadian"
MR. C. T W E WORRELL, liisi Crown
Trinidad, was yesterday admitted to the local Bai
rhiei Justice. His Honour Sir Allan Coilvmore. "
place in the Court of Ordinary just before the bu,
ihe day began.________________
Choir Contest
Next Tuesday
AT QUEENS PARK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
lor
Mr. Worrell i. ., ,; ,
ot Barbadian, n Intro
dui-fd by u,, Solicitor OOaatal
Mr. H Rrrcr K.C
'
May jl please Your Honour,
}*<" P* buimeis of lhe day
begins. I ask 1-nve :o u,;:.
ibis Honourable Court ft
w K Worrell, BarrlsUr-at-Lnr!
Mr. Worrell was a Trinidad
bar ,-ti- tcnolar and wa called to the Bar
... ,. %y '.hc, '""""""Me Sod
Buwum Gr.,> ina ,-, the ycar 1916 0ri
,.. . mi return , lh<. west bid
lormerij until he enlercd the service of lhe
Crown In that colony. Today he
i. is Ihe First Crown Attorney i.i
'Ka i.I.miJ ..* m I I > *
I rim
i^rnpeuuon mcn wii
i ^ueeus raw i ><
day mgni, 11 was
K.",eduleu tor wlonuay nignt.
ine juages *' "*'
gguon. jfouter Hupttuu ana ..ir. "* island of Trinidad.
u*nitu lluoson wane -ir. Joan ,Jf*^_ ,,^"'^'1 and ,np manner in
.! ii K. will a
Cnairman
-^H^^SM*** sat1
which he has dlscharsni ins
duties both M praeUtl
for
th
"Vtt '3*sJT
Kenneth Humphrey of Paradise We can justly be prou
Villas* and Granville Lovcllc of can truly be -..id ih.,t ha bai
St. Lawrence. They were all traintained lhe highest truditions
brought ashore by another boat. of the Bar.
The liractia is owned by Byron We Barbadians take
Haddock of Bath Village, Christ the fact that he ;s the son of a
Cnurch. narbacn.i;i ,lk<, 10
Till: I-OS8 of a bicycle valued ,h,nk that part oi lus
I iw ws reported by Oscar !*&a^J'? *
PAGE FIVE
..'ISTERDAM' one of lhe pictun by HUM Wm. VAN VPERtN
at the Museum.
aaannl
exhibit!)
> t it-
has inherited from his father, the
nrtfve shrewdness with which
every Barbadian is blessed.
1 have pleasure in asking Your
Honour to admit him as u mem-
ber of the Bar in Barbados.
Welcomed
His Honour said: Mr Worrell.
., ** have knuwn eocn other for
quantity of clothing valued 5100 many a year now. ,,nd I for th'
f Irom a house at Alkins Road, Bench welcome you to the Bar of
Carrington Village. Barbados on your intnxiui'
AN ACCIDENT occurred on 'he learned Solicitor Ocncral,
Grange Road, St. Philip .
1 shout 2.50 p.m. on Thursday.be- >ou really Pre half i D
Men motor lorry M1269, " r,"\\ ["** ," the more
should lx> intro-
ted to tii
WUlshire of Bay Land, St.
Hjchae1 He reported that it was
rtano'-tj from outside a house at
Cola's Road. Carnngton Village,
oq Wednesday.
GEORUE ROBERTS of the
Salvation Army Hostel, Reed
Street, reported the loss of
owned bv Ralph Knight o! Dash "'"* ,!l
ST Bank Hall and drive,, by ffififij ""'
.i.. t,.m r r>^ f\.,r\,a r-,..- Ul,s ls'a''d
U.S. Market For
Local Woodwork
Joiners Heel Today To Hear Scheme
MR. RONALD TREE ol St. James, who is British
resident ol Barbados, thinks thai there il market is the
U.S.A. for items of furniture of a certain tvpe manufactured "rV;',""w w%r*bru"r\ :l *?
LUSftSite and '"hCT *** woods', whereby mud LuS^friSS:
needed dollar) may be earned for the island.
He is convinced lhat not only have we lhe materials for
producing these articles, but that Barbados also has the
craftsmen, who. by encouragement and assistance, would In-
capable of producing work of the high standard that would
!. required by purchasers in the united Slates
W lliis very momrnl, he is -----------
IMPORTS
Dccrvv Absolute
Pronounced
HIS HONOUR CUM Judge
( ouii for i >.'
Mutrimom..l .
tMTW ,l-<-iulr in
Prtuontr)
ndent).
In this sun oeeree
Alonia Taitl of Dr. Clarke s Gap,
I know Uuri in- Inten-
YESTERDAY
Bank K.U. and a motor car ownea Uo~'- -^ '
^ J1"^ by., V!.ctSr Jones r ,his Wand, hut from now
Old Post Office Road. St. Ceorne. ,.,,.,.,.
The radiator and right head- luck,
lamp of the lorry, and the front The Keplv
and rear left wheels of the car Mr. Worn I lMk Your
war extensively damaged. Honour exc* | i should
Jonas and -Mac Mahon. who was like to assure mj i
a pMsenjier on the lorry, were Bar that I do not intend, for the
injured. moment .it any rale, to <>
SYLVIA BKMiRAVE of Dayreils competition with them.
Road reported the ltfis of.
quantity of articles valued $16.72
from her residence recently.
A COLLISION occurred at
Colliru Road, St. Lucy, at
about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday be-
tween the motor lorry M1458.
owned by Messrs. Perkins &t Co,
Ltd. Roebuck Street and driven
by Lawrence Williams of Passage Tnc IeHI of widespread imcni-
Road. St. Michael, and the motor M'oymcnt. bath actual and poten-
an E 73. owned and driven by UflL ' one haunts man)
Cordon Humphrey of Boscobel, St. ^v'rn,n1e"ls a"d ,'n fho H,u
The right front fender and
bumper of the van. and the right
BOO
New Found
Way To End
Unemploymvii i
luuklni for irtteaM which an
likely to ruminand a big market
in America, .nil whkh are tuit-
able for production hi Rarhadox.
Kepertl indicale that jlreadt
there are bu>rni in the U.S.A.
who are interrftted in seelnc our
'trndurb.
Joiners Meet To-day
Messrs. c. F. Harrtaon and Co,
organising j scheme
wh ,n originated with Mr. Roi
"-1"'- ihe island yetterda) fromNe
agei ol their furniture department , .",. n^uwu* v u t.;.
ana u-spons.ble fo. th.- M T*"m,
and production end, who will t Some of the aiiimais ntl In
introducing the scheme to joiners the hatch otlwn 0*1 dock Thej
lin| at the Combermere were fed foi the two and ,t half
til this morning at B dilin -'f the voyage on green
fodder, which had
u ..,u. ,. ,. time the
lOUlaw told the "AdVOCfH
that the primary (,b- Tho PMl oi tho Tannia' cargo
i*t of the scheme is to create an consisted of 55 empU ru
About 1.40 ,
fruit. 24 cords i f fin
Domi-
th< Kmrralda yaM
FortN-fcur mules. ,4 horsei
and 14 donkeyi were brought to
Yearwood ft Boyce, solicitors Bp-
pcared foi iho POciUoi
There arai no order as to cosu.
The Chief Judge also granted
decree nisi In in.
Arthur (Petitioner) and L C.
Arthur i
at costs In

two chil-
dren of tin n the cus-

instructed


tioner.
Dutch Artist
Exhibits
At Museum
kloam Van Ypercn, a
U is noidlng a
"
ind eloaes on
i il as of HoUai

executed with nalnatakfnj
: EUmanUm,
Mirked for a time in Holland.
t 20 years in i |
living in Paris, tho Son
France and North Africa. During
that time Iw changed from
Lonlat painter to a rooUat. Ha
Md to Holland I
fore the outbreak of wai
I inArnsioiii.mipaiaUngout
of doors. For the duration of tho
war he was in Amsterdam and
Rotten)
During the
an occupation of HoUai
wed to hold a pub-
lic exhibition <>f his works after
1941. but Mr. Van Yper.-n
iinued to paint out of doors,
;;!it. In 1948. he l.i
land. ,i ring and
Hritish Oul-
nd Trinidad. HO is now en
route for Haiti and [he '
States
The .irtist has held mam g.
ii Of Ins works. rsprcialK
In Pai
During hli 9 i,iih France tn
Lalptor, whom he

sho ing aoma i koi i
work at in |
iid Pans,
and has held extdMUooa of hoi
work In Paris, Venice and Boriln
Whilst in Sunnan
"' Mt Fluente ;
. to their son. who Was
killed in an air crash.
. YtAMM u-'
(Barbadoa "Advocate:' \pril M
IMS)


Flank Fields of W.
larship u.i
Khoo)
HARRISONS broad
sT
THERMOS" JARS
with winr MOUTH
yuan size will hold 2TOs Ice
OXI.r 0X40 EACH.
RirTANGULAB (AST IRON
PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS
OVERALL COMPLETE WITH II. A\D C
rAPS WD ALL NECESSARY FITTINGS.
SWM.J0
FALK OIL STOVES
TARLl MODEL 2 Burner .............. $29.46
FLOOR 2 ,. .................. 44.47
I .................... 55.611
4 .................... 6.13
------- ALSO--------
DOUBLE OVENS
wilh luiill in Thrrmiiinrler............... 2121
HARRISONS
HARDWARt DEPT.
TEL 23d4.
STOLE DRILL AND PECK
Harvoj .i la
I odo ".^
Hia Worship Mi
t A '>Mr,
i larceny on Ai ril
mil and ,i pOi

of Fontabelle.
Victoriu Bridge
Footputli Opt'nt'd
Radio News Bel" L>

tackled recentlj In
UD, the lorrv ,,,..,
_ ^___^_ 'niT industry in some ureas and

Great Britain. The Government
decided that ir.cn could at
leit to arootc In I i
ocaylng In mind and
and tent a it an
tor iQfety Uj Pedestrians Ni
their conununltiei
The six-foot wide footpath what could
over the Victoria Bridge was them. Tho
opened for tin- titst time on poun lection ol
n5B>*3 the pop-iUUon all
The footpath was erected to communal boUagroent
**ep pedestrians off the roadway, great value and have
and so speed up the volume of into practice The un<
name over the bridge, and also have rebuilt schools an
r the safety of pod) i0 rn,i-
aome could be seen yesterday dren's playground
Si ,kcarolo"1>' over,, tho only mud and rubble m i
_.iafe..w.,.,noul Pav,n .P>e sl'*nt- roourfacad roads long
ot attention to the path.
Dunn* the llrst five minutes
after midday. :is pedestrians made
uw of the footpath while 41
walked either on the left or right
* the roadway, which is now
strictly for vel:
rendered to the rut and the pot-
hole, hlltauad mil icommueu:y
telephone circuitl
tirewood for the old
repaired windows, boual
vated community wat'T
About three "iH-i>ons < an cross ;",1d broKhl bout hundreds oi
A imht has otnw mucn needed InprOV)
The coot has bean low rot
under this uncmployme:
n placed at each end. These
illuminate both the bridge and
uw footpath. Both entn mcn work "e dB-v for nthmg
Iw pith are cemented. whUo the :,"d one da>' for whul1
portion over the water is of '*a'<' ^v me (tovernment at axlat-
wcod. ing rates. While tht
A few yards away from tho t,u
^Ptoria Bridge In Trafalgar na" what it would b H I
Square;i pavement is at present normollj omployod
n*. erected for passeiif nuch as it would be II
"Ughting from buses. Uatj
' win be about tivc feet wide paj Bj tht and <>f tha winter,
"joI will ie built with a railing, Ht|1
wnicn mil prevent paaaanaon tnont are again In being,
^o alight from buooa, from eminent will ha\
Jjyjn Into the path of other thing like a million dollars, whil?
""'n^- the ko.1 \\
_^___^^_ ix' worth much more Hum that
cttllVN GRANTED
in The ciiM.1 -* - urp had ""' boon 1
% hu ,:'", 5**
g^monlc K.,',, SSSS SI ">">'""" 'Pi'". Nr(ound-
*<*f. for ktjfr. ot MtoSSrtr: I,n<"r" d,,1"" '"""" ov'r'-
y* 10 ihe ,alr u, h,s (a,hl,r ""! money wlthoul workun lor
L*~ Kin, UM &J?S. [' ,-"
1 "". te ii>-ii'
^"' Walwyn inslruclad by .
Hgf"- Carrington k Scaly. Soli- ','""'"'
Scb?,rrircd on bch"' ',h" tJr
>*ffii&u'.....' carIe^aTe-a
1 * wjISf HIVE OF INDUSTRY
"b*** OrcavcT Mlri.n, I 7"M"" ' and ""
J" ISt 0o-k| Samuel A
"" (SI Lucvl b*muel Arm plaU rhoppuw
_An applicailnn l.v v, i r n "' h,'"vv "ar* ln **ler
0,11 "I W i- ,,i ,- .1 a "* "i" >" ma*
-MRS?
md this new 1
p has enabled them to con-
tinue v hi king and so
manj
outright
1 allng the
bEV" lM0 w*ll "' >
JJW Cooper late of Bath tag.
Jfas granted.
that's on Toda>
Tl^l,"*f'n. Caruale Bay.
aaawagiaa .1
'"""..ii
***< at 5.00 r.m
ring the day.

being tin 1
. to be rid
of their loads.
This rush in
- made to cur .
eamships
Queen Aa.
nt for I^Midon afl
pool respexli.
They are loading a total of 0.500
tons of sugar.
outlet m the States for the wood-
working industry in Barbados, not
confining the production 1
lure to one or two firms only.
He said that the way to organise
the work was that Harrison's
nop should fabricate parts
from their own stock of wood and
on their own mat I
them to J< '
D then nomes.
No Sawing, No Planing
In that wa>. BsOS could be
kin- Ihal cured nt.od waa used
and the Joiner had the obvious
advantage* of having no sawing
and planing lo do hinuelf. and
no money to expend on material.
l-Hrlht-rmiire. he said thai
joiners who did not posses* jig-
saws or laihi-s mold still partic-
ipate In the cheme because lhe
preliminary shaping would haw
been done for Ihem
Whan the work had been assem-
bled, it would be returned to the
taming, polishing

bj trteehi w that a
: iiisti would be achieved
If orders did materialise, it
would be a golden opportunity foi
Barbados to build up an important
Industry, but *:
nomo depended anttralj
on the joiners turning out accurate
'1' to deliv-
1 1 ,i 1
This way of organising produc-
tion could be extended to the local
lecauaa it would be a
simple matter foi Harrison's to get
OUl paitl for chairs and tables,
ck and laouo them
from tin,. iners for
thing
Highesl Stundard
I inn- j>. Iiiiui'vrr. one es-
lirmrl) important fact thai
must atwaya he borne In mind If
the scheme, once started, waa to
continue In operation. The
-Uiidjiil ot uorkmaiishlp must
be of the hlghcfcl and It must it
drarlt underolood that nu work
would he acrepted which did not
n .. li Ihe .t.i ml.1 it required, and
no .nipi ii-aiii>ii uuuld be paid
for work lhat waa rejected.
It wai ential
iMould be absu-
vorkn
.
and lie IBMSt, m OVOf]1 case, put
pride of workmanship above all

monelar.. I o upper-
most in his mind, then his work
ant furniture trade In the island
1 ijood one and
plenty of . i*-ing done.;
but now 'hat thev could not import j
cheap hardwood chain at
Ifh lack of dollars. |
1 lot
production of cheaper fuinitun
While the cost of imported lum- |
high, there was no
.iving that unless
1 could supply cheap!
1 Uabla lumber for this pur-j
pose.
Bible Society
Lead from St Kitts.
FRIENDS SCARCELY
BELIEVE DRIVER
That Dodd's Couid Put Him
Back to Work So Soon
"IV-ld 1 ktdnti hlli i*jt mm hk on m>
(< -tiIh MrPhail Jn. Baptnl.. Vlsm
lI.M.Io,..lnk
"I utmi ill Ivpri oi
r* and 1ml-
bul I ,1,11,1 I
i*l bvnaunrnl iriirl.
Om daj. alter I had
lal Ud an .tia pan, a Irwfid I..I.I mr
abtHil ltod.1 kid*,
POb. I Inrd lloddi
ifiMMtiaalr.,' aad in
M 1MB* I > u|< mi
m Int. Mr fttfnda M li.nil, gOWM
Umit ru. IiWT wanted lo knmw -...I had
h*l~d nw . rida>. I ild ihfm IMd.
kjdr--, Pills ipaiwnuble.
USE A
RIPPINGILLES"
BLUE-FLAME
STOVE
FOR EASY & CLEAN
COOKING
UBIIVMiN & (Boos) LTD.
AGENTS.
Heeling
Barbados Auxiliai
held ai the Y.MC.A. on Tuesday
Ahrf fleaeaae* *iH

louse of the Book."
HKX.XLL I'ltOIH 1 IS
I nil UVhR OUl KMI I.-KIN
ik
Sml.iblr for children and
1)1.11 INI) ISFI.I ENZ.A MIM1 K)
mi i- oi iiir.ii m,-inn,
KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES
FOB ICXA1X FKOULCT8
in a new VAUXHALL
i./.'M or rrnoM ictus 1 raw awecs
New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived
IIOIMIII IIIO>l II It. tOllllKSV t,AKVt.K.


PACE IX
BVIUl.VDOS ADVOCATE
UMY. VPKII. 2j
HENRY
5W
BY CARi. ANDERSON

Ui-.l I
[ jMCtiffc-'
KEATINGSl
Contun*
DD.T.
End Rheumalli,
While You k

SSL*!""!"*
Specially designed tor Barbados, this
Two-tone brogue in Black/White and
Brown/White is now on sale at the
leading stores.
made by
JOHN WHITE
S)c*eUu,| CjWtj
out tjtUta hT1t. gtUj
tam M irr.i .. an^..
OIK* ID 1 ) to (od TOUf
i Mtuta killiac lb* mtt attk|._
.*.. KMm. (Mfa m MS
in io hoori. jm u -im! i i _!?
I. OMa ri4 o( B.
out >ci4i -iu> .Bn___
com. uIutol*
i m*naiMn iu tniMMk.
p*9CMU Iron It* ! -S.
OS IIM drtttou BlUr wi-J?
im>* in* *kii iiwa '^"
| Pro**-, by Do*..*,. Cfc*^h
r>*u. ,i kp|iiov*d b. nwiot. im(
"I mMIM nd by OB*-llat u(m?
irsusus ir.o-r. **o. Mr J c J7.
/ Wo.. Jd RJ ,.* *F*rol3_
-igI. a-d. lo*| IJ-77,j!
triMd*.. C>.1. do. whm mi ,-_J*
no.( ItaponiN*. 17 ,< ,, oTffi
eoald iliu M Mrtk dooM*.- **
G-o-onrred to Pat Too Date
, or Momw lock j
Udar OWN .!*,
K 10 NIT,
'LAIIli
Cystex:;
.Wor#
Ki'tiultf
I'tir >/
from MWy
V ,,!""
Call in at
COLLINS Ltd.
mil M-lccl > rrtvonri|o Line
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS.
" "..........^ ^-^................- L lftttm
CLEMENT'S
INDIAN TONIC
tional Tonic, containing: M**l|j|
Mai: factnct, Run Toouea, Daulma ir.dir.ttdi
;^ Energy, Muscular Debility, and ill na
A down ft...... .iid
PRICE: G/> A BOTTLE.
jusl received:
ARR1D DEODORANT
Price: 3/- A JAR
Messrs Booker's cb-dos) Drug Stores Lli
Broad S'rwt aud Alpha PLr.nn-cy. H-'UnjI.
III III IS II IIIIII roi
f.l.Y IllXtt THKM...
HAT! RDAY, 2WH APRILAuuatic Club, l" P
Chib Morgan. MM p*
SUNDAY :nil, UMULOta Air rUdiffiision. 7.UI.W
MONO LI IS1 MAYProposed Show al Si tiwrji'
School Riiiiiu ,
Drill llnll. Mt p.m.
il CSDAV :'\| MAYCombermcrc School U* **]
Olobc rhealre. s.:io pjn.
WROMI Mi.1V iKDMAV-Wlc> Hall School. W
Ulob,. Thculr.. S.M P*
tasurina Club. I" *
THURSDAY, KM MAYHarrison ( ollegc. 31* *
Spcigtllilown. Rev u*'
nac*, 7.:m p.m.
1 KID it, '.TH MAYl.(Mlf SdM*l
Haraills,- (lull
- Ml RBA1 i.ril M \V Si. f>moilloi
( lull Mm
LOTS Of
FUN LAUGHTER MUSIC


.vtr.nAV. \PR"
1930
BARBADOS Al)VO(\TI
PACE SKVBN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
FOR REVr
j,^ mossoi". n m in fullr.e-
DIED
'TltLONt
,-FRANCOS IRENE Ls*l nigh*
sealr"- Worthing View Th-
* "-i (Lmvsb M late reel
fi,.^rJ ' Worthing Vie*
aJpaV
m, Mr,'
Sea FontebeU.
I .lams tux
S bedroom,
I '11 mod,,,
"at ha*
lawn and Garaee
tB4SS-Jj
.11
SSm*it Friend.-.
"*MtB Barrow. ame
a***- B**row. Bamjamli
a a
M A Bat I .,.)-.'.,
-One furni.hrd ,p,
Sand.. Worthlnt-on-See
lor further parUcular-
' 4
..-.v.geM-H NATHANIEL
rntti foe tnc Wcrtbur
Bs4s*l>ri w,<, friends ."
a*tea*l *hi" iiilornuKlon.
Bledman IwlfSI,
Joes*) : MaUui .
- 4
; NO ALOW. also Rat. fauna '
*v furnished SSTC "
, '^ ***bnonea, verandahs. Talc
Ml Bl.lt SALES
'UCTKJK
". *ffiHP*v '*
5rrIfn.I."SCK
'AS 10 perch,.
*v \ vru>
ARCHER McKENTtE.
Auctioneer.
a a m
Mootel
IOR SAM
UJTOWTIVE
_ible Coupe
f PHMIUJOT In good **>
I for quick Sale Phoni
"CAS-O" HlUnu.i
JjnU.. a-tr** "'''
I, for f3M
. J M
H i .-. I

">an-Jle well Kept Morrie 8 HP.
,2tZc* L-10 *-PPl A.
iiiiigi Mount Stendfaat, St. Jin
""^ 27 4 SB Jn
C*a_HUlm 10 II. P
jjiMlir P**** reasonable.
UP. Good
ll.n-.-_ mtt
1.4.50-Jn
M|D ENGINE: One V-S Ford cngm
at radiator in good condition, axl
Si g**R- rtng-gr-. and Pi'
SI pnu Enquire Auto Tyre Con
from 1st May
___
.
3 M J
"w TMHlculara dial *
ktOMCBO .'
>i in to s p.i
m BIPPORD CHASSIS.
SSiD"! Ml< W.4.50-3.,
tjgB) CARS A TRUCKSAt Iwriain
B. tDtfii mskr* vie Phone 34U
SuAill r *-- n.4.50-4n
chan;cal
71TKWH1TRRS-Two (2 *cood ln:*
^iwilWk-i mtuble lor tuiuon. -pp..-
HTktStnn Bay Rum Co
29. SO St.
^ ^,2LJlft,ml-,*, "^'ooi;
i'n an modem convnUnM. Om in
If-tiime.
ONE UAROE house and AMnm,
SJmT " I*wrnc*- *u" furnlahM
M*lM0T. jj.4

.. MR Strr,tl | nil.....m. !>... .
m DtalBI rnonu. To,,,,. b,^
or 4131 , 29 t M~Z<\
KVDSAl'LIC TIPPING BODY ^
mrbMi "om aiotK MM 00. 4
...., ,.-.y Gaiaae. 1)1..:
aCTRICAL
KLSCTR1CA1. InaMffHo
Their Mil '-' n
jifly Drof in and mi
FURNITURE
ruiMttHr:
|i U Apply The Hector) Ch a
."I I .'
MCELLANEOUS
BABYS carry -c<
rp> Me Om American cloi
da >M VeMrrv
PltMr Fkni for pU>-pii>.
iMcock (U33. U.4.M3n

OWDLf i GO ART in iiood con-
Sje can tr w.. .y :at- .1 ti Adam*,
CfBtfer, Re od Gap.
N.4 M>-In
FDCIST PARTTS-Braiidrain Hendenon
BaMparab;' : lun liooi
RnSTUNI White and colour* peciat
rlMn. itmempen Patnle M M |ln.
Manpei U M 8ln. They .re Her*.
BARNES A Co Ltd.
.4 r*-Un
aOi r(AlL WINDOWS- S,.
I windows
i*n w ,,.
Inqulrr Oarfl
otp>-i!f } DlaUom Ltd. Broai
AM or Phone **
R0SQV1TO /arrs. W*II Minor. Run*
. Rn Woo.'i
1 '* 1 r_.i
FAINTS i C I Sptdal offer Glow
13 41 pec aallon. Come Mid et
NR. A BARNES t Co.. Lid
RRSIDCtNCE of Mr. P c S Maffel
I'kin*T flockley R-v nr.t to Ik. EL
.nided .lie oi niue Water* Hoiel N*wK
SSfVS!?!- rul.1 '""""> completr
Jh linen and cutlery. Studebkr
CM If required From My lit for foM:
LO mx months. For furlh.,
i-ppiv to owner, phone J787 of m ^i*,.
_^_______..-ltn
Telephone 37TI between 1.30
a m. and 4.00 p.m. 36 4 SOOn
f pJIT r^s is" ih'
p.m. th* following:-one r|i imIIc*
~**; * '" hcown loati-er run
l 'hair, and kex jiikUkI or..
(reie. one. (|i
d many oUwr |Um^
*rm caah.
D'ARO" A SCOTT.
Oo*. Aucl-on
__________________. ____________ aSA.fift-an
REAL ESTATE
1 NOALOR ... N
jucir-j. Thrco Dedroami
unrtinj- water All modet-

________ IT 4 50n
HELP
IMHmmmI DbbrsW
.
letter m>.,
SCOTT A Co Ltd 5S SOI f i
Appl*
1M G4P

* ihre* to four thou
m Ki'pf
n| I>ept
;* Ri
> tue Sc- v,rv ,oo
!LH^,:l-:'11* 3 nW'*-"*
otlM and Tea-Room UiuUIn 3 loom*

AfUn-fl

| M .
n Garden.. CM
"** bewroom bunulo
S c*n b-
" bl -Hiouilmmt
\ Plerrr. Phone !Mt m
nildlriB
' > A Ughl-
land. H.


4 SO3n
m
*.nchen. out office, etc. A]
_________ J04 so-an



UEUUTi

Road. St. Michael, ''eundlnji' .,.
*)uare feel of land
The houae la built of von* and con-
?% b,?Sta;, ."*"" P"""?- Kitchen,
balk oo, -uin. 4 hed-
Ml upelalre
day lexcrpi Sundajt-
i 10 i
- and 9 ,
The above will be ^i
Competltlr- -
L'waa Street.
up for ule to
_*mdeown on Friday
149S at 3 p
CAUUMUTOM scaly
M.4 50-Ltn
Lili -'^^ ol doubl* roo'"' **.
hed ..nd Kl^hen immhrr
4 land. Price nooo 00 The bve can
* purehaacd ,.n tern- Half of the
.mown niuai be paid when pureha:ni(
** For further parttrulan apply to
Ar.v \. scon, Maaalne I,*
d1-' " ir.*.ao-4n i
SITUATIONS VACANT
v-.--.VVT FACTORY INGTNmBR
.ruatton ywcant for AaalaUnt Erui'nee
ld-t at Roaeeu Factor^
-tPHiant mtaat have had at lean 1 r.r-
SuRar Factory espertancf. prvferabV
'ore. and b twtween the aCea of
^d 40 year*. Partly rurnlahed I reo
iTvcalow auppliad and 3 meWh. L..
'- e honw n*en every thrre ] -at
>.ih paaaaa-ea paid for wlf and fe
ti.plio.nl mua auppiy teetunoni-:. .>.
.-.ie preaent .alary and aalarr *ap-twd
M.i.i.oa*. to u laaVeana to i.
i'-aeami Co Kd St. Lucia. B W 1
SM 3n
lAtTORT CRIMMT
Sltuajtion vacant for Suaar
Cbenuat rewdant at Roeeem
St I^icia. but also In rhartc
ontrol ,t Cul d* Sac Factory. St. Lueii
>b.nit three nvllea dlMant by motor
tuad Applicant mud have had ai loaai
FMasn .M.vr!e.,. (araalSnMi
more, and he between the a*-ee of BI
nd 40 raan PMtb (uniiahed 3 rooi
bunaralow luppltoj and .t montha RaH
av* home (Ivan ovary 9 yenra wttri
I aaacoa paid for aeaf and wtf*. Appll-
nt muat mpply teatinumiab and tat.
"eeanl salary and *alar%
\l>pllcationa to be addreestd to fh-
loaaau Co. Lid.. St. laicU, B.W.I
^l SB
,.OVKH>>ii \r NOTICES.

I Stationcty
is. Robetls RBM
S V C K.
The price Is 48c. per, copy.
rado,
MISCELLANEOUS
QUOR 1JCENSE by 30th
t E Taylor Lad Colerldfc l-Veet
>'al 4100 M4.S0-2n
APPLICATKN of C3erk Rt U
Fish Market.
- The irIsj .
minable by one months noUei
$W0 x $48 $U0O per .tnnum.
3. ApplicaUoi.
periencc. tofttbi
to the Lnreetor of Agriculture |
Monday, the 15:h ,

OR PERFORMANCE...
FOR COMFORT...
FOR SAFETY
SHIPPING NOTICES
The New MORRIS Sis ia a tar with a brilliant parfonnaace ., doe to ka
powerful orerhead tamekeit aiz comfort ... all aaaU are within the whcelbaae and the deep apkoatterj
U reeiUe-rtly aprwag. It U a aafe car . ledepmdat front reatMoaion
M*aa aMaPat ranil lialiMag, Lookbeed hvdraalic brahM give peemf+re
aaaatA atappia,. wise dear vuaon |>vea fU view, of road and IraSk, mi
light anre ataering givca compWte control and redueta drrring latirae. la
addition t* all theee featnrca UMre ia, W couraa, the traditional MUHRIS
fraftamanaaip which mean* reuabilitT, Una life and low upkeep coats.
MUMMt 1,1 i si n
'I l .D I l\r I IMIIFIt
I IV
.s H -rMVON'' ta expected to ar-
Trintdad from A.-MiaLian poita
IT IiIEPPT.
I April th. Adelaide M.
ie. May Iff-
June Tiiv.
.Hi pee*

TrmidJl
4th July. Rnrbado* ahoul
The vewe:. have ample rpacr for
hilled, hard fro/en and renea
Careo accepted on through bill, .f I
'acina wtli tranahipment m Trlnlda.1 I
' RriiUh Guiana, llarbado-
k eewnrd l.landa.
further pattlculara appl]
vrnesb wrniY a company, ltd
Agenii Tlintdad
DA COSTA A CO LTD..
Agent. Barbados.
The M V "CaarRfhl
> i
Kstti
It.U.i. S.liotiiicr tn -i
Asaoelalion (Im-.i
S White I
i.irton In good
Hanoni
VMJ
*vVl
it-- a"l p\^l 119 rt
Swe^M^SsI IL6-1- ^\ '
eat^^^M^iS
SRfi^-'^--... BSsi
r-i i M -:.
So*. St Jamea. fully
furnlahed Ijnrn It required Prvler..bi
long lertn_ Apply Ml, Manning. Tele-
phone 91-W M.4 SOan I
"WINRLOW". Bathaheba. for the
ontha of May. June and November
pptri Mr. W T. Gnodi..
*-; Thomat 30.4 5tv Jn
IM III M -Ol I4>S
NOTICE
rAUkD or bt. fetbr
W.ntod ^y the Pooi '.tw OuSfd
for the AlrnehouM a fully qualllled Nurac
king chaige of Midwifei>
SaUr>- *4S.n> per month.
ApplicunU muat preacnt themaelve*
. h Birth reiiiiie*'.- ms aradantloN aa
! P.MO at hia realdance "Rowvill*.'
1 Peter on or before April Krth up to
Signal G S. < miimin.
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
D.4.50-*r
NOTICE
OF TRADE
DELMA
MARK
* IAKD-.
**"T>-GfnUlne lanfl Sand, can be
^**0 part of the liland Cn
". *on. Balleplalnc, Ri Andrr
24.50-an
Wrs-Kwriaon'i Toy Dcpl ha* lu.'
nr.a diipmeni of rubber dolla and
Jkahuiat aquo^di u well .
aaauuful inrbl- .,i ,
op in. wont sou' II -
Mle paying
* Co. H 4.303li
- R.PN.S. Cake forka and
I raaee ..( .ix each Price*
' KXrxr Yearwo.-i
" M.4.SOIn
BRCCATIONAI.
MALVERN ACADEMY
KDKNYII l I
CHEAPS4TJC
" jchool .111 ^l)tfn , TU1SDAV.
a at ft a a in New pui
jaaniea-od on Monday IS "
;r. piuiuucts i.iMiiui
maom Lane. Hull. Yorkshire. :>glai, i
. iney are the
.prielora of the TRBLMA word trad
i-irk in rarpact of "Face, Craaani (bring
Toilet Praparallorai)''; that the trad
mark la usually lmpraaaed or otherwla-.>
d:*playad on the parkagca conlslning
He poodai that the trade mark la ragla-
tciad In the RagWUr of Trad* Mark-
!'. Grant RrlUUi under No. aSSStS In
CUaa 41 advertieed In the Tend* Mark
i..led Mth May. 1MB
All persona are hereby warned nghlltai
the iruVijigwnant of the said trade mark
in the Island of Barbasloe.
The Trade Mark la a trade mags
.iihin the meanin/ of SecUon 16 (!) 'a.
ol the MarchantUac Marks Act of 1R
ol the Uland ol Rarbadoa
.i NNYTJAUB I'liouutis UBIITSD
* Unify HiKh Silimil
*?_ V M C A PINFOI J> STRXCT
^aaaua TuensaB SUi May. ItSO
am Monday let 10 am.
a^_>e il -
Z^1^ M WISE -end your children
e maividual atlentlon is given.
'Ooauaeniai evening Claatesi.
losrjni N Mi.j'iii.i.iv
HendnuaUr
_ 4.(10- an
HARRISON COLLEGE
^Jl?l_^ww ' Harrtaon Collegs
"an mi Tuesday the 2nd Ma*. 1*-'
_. and naa-aaAaa
Rt Mf the entlrl day
OEM M ALONE.
Reaaarr, naasajngasj h.,i>.
- of Edu,J!'rrl*0nT;W
*aru. ItSO SI 4 SO- In
NOTICE
tDeeraacd)
RaTJjSaail lilVEN that al
i SM !..! nig -J.J del.I -. claRBsl aSBJaM
the F used, lake of hbaaon Hall HUret. n
ho Parish of SasM Mshs.i
l-i d who died In Barbuda* on the art
-quested '
end in purllculara of iheu- claims du
aUeatad to the undatatgned maroi.i
i-iiauorrs, c o or of ritu vuiage *
Jamea cm or before the Bth day of Ma>
IB after which date I ahaU pro-
reed to distribute the asrata of
diceaaed among the paxtie
hrreui. having regard only to eocr
laima of which T shall than. haV"
Bl be liabl.
tor iha a.arts or any port thereof
dutiitauted to any parson ol ho*e rle
nt claim 1 ahaU not then have had
And all perwna indents*! to thr *i
i.Ute are requeatad to Mtlle thsir in
deblednsNw without daMay
Dated thU Mi day of M^jL.t'i
aLADSTONX F BOWXN

HJatTA SEYMOl%'S,jSMin
WEENS COLLEGE
aa s_: "f* " ehool will be i 1
" fas the asuu. day
w M MAI.ONF
MRtasaRw, naiwBaiis Body,
aaau ^ **'"''
M I.SO- 2u
Jy an.eo B] .i.mr.'j ord-
a-"5-B,*,,*a Chrtatanaa Cards Iron
-." 1~" " Prertoua esperleni
"_*"* loday for beautiful fr
* a Rrltalna Uraart and
B hJjihaat commission
aaadrtng eppart unity
Ca Dept W Vicwm
> wRfesa, ,
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Of J*l

. !.'
',.,
rrmlaason to aril Rptrtls. Malt Uquo.
i a-atorry wall building 1
Daaed this Bth dm of Apt
IM
Msgislnste. '**
s,g.d C W STOUTE.
for A
i .ppl.raUon wlU be con

U Sth da, of May. I". -
D D. MOJBRIS
Poltce Usajtri"!*. OJ."'
Pfr.llSO.%a1-
>* public .r* Mr*F wun*?. ,'fiSr'
-,vu crrilt lo my lto *SR
-*n4 O.P. Mlekari. ''? *U
, nol hcJd m>ll tt~lbl. I
I .u.,r. .1- mmMW
0,1AM In MO W. UBIM. by n WTUMa
M 4 ~X
TfrH ui-lenlgried will cdRq
ibiic compatltlon at thdr office Jsm..
.. . ld-"owu' on Friday "ie 12th
Map- lffso. aisp.m. 1 acre I
perches of land at Maxwell, neat T,
KOCk-?hHM.rhUreh TMs lnd wh!
l OB ihe public road has a front.-,-.
-OS fee*, .-.nd faces the bungalow recent 1-
limt by Mr. M. I. Harrlaon
For further particular* and

MUTCHLNSON A, PANFTJXD.
tWDeneta,
n.3s_tR. *"*
IANT> 1400 aq ft. ,,( bmd WlU
Chattsl .'-..*-.ima-hoisae Iher*
;.l the comer of Well
1 Ins Street, rhldffrtown.
Inspection o,, application to th-
Tenant, Mrs. Flsrencs Union
The property will be act up for aai<
tVmpetlUon at our Oflk.-
James Slreei. Hridgetowii. on Thurada-
4th May ISM it 2 p.m.
VKARWOOD A i
Solicitors
2S.4.WSi
ALCOTT'Stniaga at the Sir
Road. Christ Church, standing on ITJM
Square Feet of land, with right of wa\
- Vaaasjajg (M, L
The house con tains gallery, drawing
three brdroi.ii..
snlry, kitchen and usual out-offler*
ilarge and servants' rooms in the yard
Inepectlon on application to the tenan:
Mr.. Watfclns every a..
Sundayai between the hours of J and
S p.m.
The above will he set up for aale *|
public competition ..i
Street on Friday the Sth of May 1*50 at
I !>
CAJUUNGTON A SBA1.Y.
BbUi tta i
28 4 50?..
s No 40 Rocbb
STSS aq. fl.
uildlng l |
ird renovated
tion to the undcrngnrd
The property will be set
by public comiH
1 pert, Brldretow n.
ilth Mao- 1BB0. at I p h.
uuage oi .tore
Btrae* Rsaag
of land The
h r., lodasaid
ip lor i
">D Bt BOYCE
i n -:
II High Si on Thursday II May, at
-. 2HB4 *o It
Twerdslde Road and Mum. i

!

ROtT HAVDV Smstll house, all c beach and bus. Low spec lion on premlae-r al SUB land PI .1 tfcaaa ,,r SB 4 90Sn.
EVANTON
Situated on Top Roc*. Chrisl Church
Next to YeovUtoni on roughly H\l
Acre. A sVellghtful now nudatn Its.I
eence. baring three Bsdroom. a large
lounge, Dsaung room, modern kitchen
Two fully tiled Rath and Toilet. A
choice of a fourth bodrooi
become* Lounga^Dining room. Outside.
Two Servant* Quarter*. ToUel and Bath.
Two Car Oarnge. Prloe C4A00 or
nasu-ast. For further parUcuiara apply
Ralpli A Rssjd. Hardwood Alter
Phone 4SBS-aaOS. |
UQUOR LICENCE NOTICE
The iippluwUon of FJisc Trotman
aao of iuoo.
saaJ aa * ,, pssR ,>i Begassp -
CTufc St Michael, for per-
W Uquor License at
bottom floor of a a-atorry wall nd
\ ...den building In Baxters Rid. City
- iTth day of April 19*0.
iRflUS, ia*j .
eg Magistrate. DM "A"
Signed LUflB TROTMa".
Applii
da applH-aUon will be
to be held
.".OB Mono,..
Rib day of May. IBS*, ai
D. D. MORRIS
.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
1 J.|IAl>s
IN I III \--l-. S I ( Mil .1 IIIMI
lEqultable Juriadfe
.- l\!>
UBWJPIRBY R ALTON VIJ IN

Pefcndanl

rn iv .i ^
...
he above action made m
22nd day ol Fdirunry 1BB0.
. ..in
. ..,., .
. Porting All that certain l>u-
ol land -'"i
- iMh of Saint Michael h) '
c, 'taming by ndmenaurei
u ur thouaand four hundred aiul lift
be the -ame mor
1 -
;
laUon on it" p
i -e-1 Fill" I
I
he a*
heir -mid datum with their
Of 11

Appeal at ihe Chii-1



list thi
Claimant* ww also
'
la) IBM.
^'ctork a.m *RM
.had
.ler my band this 2Jnd day
IN*
:
As? Clerk of th<
*Hs*tJ
TheMew MORRIS Six
If MM ROYAL t.\ll\(.i: i III
Duttibutor.
Phone 4504
Mr. I", .is.ioi
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
I WtS INSritEO
By applyinK lo ... .
nigh Blood Pressure
Men & Women

sn
f 1st* askS
tee of mwc K ftssart tawasbBs
and later on of par..
imin aymptoma of High Blood Proa-
sure are Neivouaneao. h.adai hea at
top and back of head and above eyea.
pressure In head -i,illness, abort
bream, pairs In heart, palpitation,
poor aleep. ;--.a of memory and energy.
easily exclt.d. fear and worry If yon
.
delay trrainie.il a single da-, becaasks
your lire may t* in Saag-- known aa Hyaoil. a new
ducea High Blood
Preaauce with the ftret dose. (ah. a
i off 'h* heatri. and aaakee
you feel year* younger In a few -lay*.
<;l nos<- '
- lee) Bl
and air*Bug or naoa*/ back.
U0S' CROWN ? CROHN? CROWN
OFFICIAL SALE
BrtRlaAlMhl
IS llll X.-l-l AV 1
r
' imCCF BROOKS
GEOrrRCY WALTON
Plaintiffs

D, (r, ,|,
Acting bereln by ERNT-ST
MOTTt-EY her constituted
NOTICE is hereby given 11
of an Order of tha Asat.umi Court of
.;--. djat*d -de 22nd .1... ol .atoruarj
ISH 11.-1* will >>e *wt up (or sale lo the
,ii >ti the Office
ol ihe AasUl
Court ILouar, BndgMlown. b.
hour* of 12 Iru -ni and ) o'clock in tne
.rerimnn on Friday the fifth
May IBM All that certain piece or
narra) of land situate at Fairfleld H*. '
n the poruh of Ball '
'inlrut by odme*urarnan
twenty four thnuaniKl four hundred .Old
I |Li.ue feet be (he si
:ng nnd buundlng on lands
n Lint, of
<;rasettea PlanUtson on the '
died P*ur*k*U Roas] -'":' '
e rood called Wi<
BM 'h* anme m.
hound And If not then fold thr said
hour*
' J i
rkatsd thi* 22nd da
lILKBat,
Ag Clei -.
Appenl
<.IS,IUall


PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
S\T\ RDAV APRn.
W.I. Team DraWS Spartan Routs
Second Match YM-PCt?
WEST INDIES XI 219 for 5 wkts. Dec
CONFERENCE XI 107 for 9 wkts.
KINGSTON. Surrey. April 28.
THI WEST INDIES practice match against
Cricket Conici
ference scoring 107 fat 0 wicfaatg in reply to the West Indies
declared total of 219 for 5.
Jolt iioilmeyer captained the W.I side in the absence
of John Goddard. who is suffering from a cold. A good
crowd of mans hundreds, including scores of schoolboys.
came to see the tourists The weal-he- lay was
M tun wa* trving to break through.
West Indies ileelaredthen
inning at iw tm D
day match with fhc Club Crtcktl
Conference XI herf
OrMaM wr.-c laM lefl *
pats the wor*
After lunch the West IndaM
continued to play steadily. Hoi
Minntrw nurinf the Interval
changed conditions in favour ot
,si\l Stoll-

Yacht Club
Regatta Today
Rainbow', Gnat Promising
TtnrtT-mna yacMi a
part in the Seventh Regatta od
..I Barbados Yacht I 1
oared hiaat)
viill be aeeri .1 M(h eeeidrtlon*

ms Dfrinot Byno.
in the
haa scored U

J'
iicirm wall caught behind the
arkM iii Ki it
:
i- i fours.
.., .
caught at mia- M
H
43, which include*! t.r
vr :i ".pdrkln
son G<
Ike
X
i;,,u;,.lh,n ka I
gwV
much for the club players, for the
win*
ball eon-
eel. 1

Y.u.
II
Mai.'
on .
N
Clans, alao
with
The ICeMill*
M
-
i

H
Ithey a. t India
<< -r down.
led V M PC.

football
tixluie at Queen's Hark Two of
Spartan'?
light winj
1 rolman netted one each.
.it once went on the
......
i>ned their seorr. when
Trotman headed a high eat '"'-''
the goal Y M P C now pressed
soon twi
down when Austin, beat the-r
Arrher with a "Irrb"
Thr Park team now bad the
HAM in I*"*ir favour, and soon
.
scored fret Inch anv

half, the bau
time, with Y M P C
their op-
:
'.u area.
nig them to defend.
Sayers at full back kept off the
attackers.
About six mil.
call". Austin. ftT 11
wav through 1-
pieced the ball into u-
I for his
team.
The teams
v ht.P.i
Austin, Skinner, Hall,
i nd Bd|

A1e, Brathw.nt.
I
id Jemmott.
THIRD DIVISION
FOOTBALL
Empire i
Third Division -

I
five linn It
ion quid
n
n \ .. Da I
0

t K
in .i Ti ll
I
urn u Kascal
i i i 3
War Cload
as 'B'

. .

in BaUini -.iic watt la .ies did
-eathei Then tunn
Nan one win; Mil Wlll(,
one third; D-9 OUee Blotei oesswien


-in*

Hesoltifr tWl
Mischu ( one win and s tin
Hi Ih erd ;/
and i' I

m i i-r nnrmoi
I, nfl I. w.
I)onl.in li Pultun
I
C B

teaaW
fattl fur
r....... oxiuii i i<" i. -
l m S fur ll
( UNVI in NCI 1ST IN*
1



b.(;'sC.i>.\\.
Awards 7



Scholarships
BarfcadH yi.....".
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Ton if hi 1" .
From Th MlltiruU I* |:> i
H Ml" 111 3d
naast Ttiinai. io .<

Friendly Football
Trial Gune
THI ii

ocUtion to
the B.A.F.A.
arnock-Oul ConraetWon will be
I --morrow at the Shell
Ifrwundi
follow]
: S Daniel
(Quits); Baeki h Dmy (Ran-
B anKei W<
E M.....
,.t ) (Tam-
i.,,,s, i A TtMtrn.in (Piimi.lv);
1 Powlei (81 alarj i
: Masaiah (Ceithi
Kg] | "id Boys);

it i, in Coloured BMrl I
(;,nii .1 Thompson (Maple);
Waithi [Penrodel C
jf He I
Phillipi
k pti Penrodi B Dennj
K Carter
news Old :
i Ranfers), C rh.md-
1,., (Colti i <> Aaglll (MMiie): n.
i F awn
Club).
h p.m.. and
Mi o Oraham will be
I Clarae
I I Hind*.________
PracUceShootTodai
ll be a araetii
rovernment Riii'
Tin
d a .
it i p.in
iins win 1m- the laal aracti
I 11 shy win.'
,. on 6th Mav.
Tar Waalhar
TO-DAT
Nllll IIS. s I 14 II,
-.mi lata i, 11 p in.
M.....i ,i"H May S.
I i.Mint .! pm
Hull .l.i I '1 ., in I C
l> ,,.
rum nmi
K4111MII (I odriiiitloiii in,
i.i.i (ur niuulli It. '.-,
1,4, M III..
i.iim'.i .urn' lMu
I. im>< i.iluir ^tin i Ti* V
\\ mil llni i Hull l9 l HI I I
i |..... I
Hind ,.l... ll, 11 mil.-- prr
hour
IUi.nii.-lri ,^l ml JHH49.
| | i | " KM.
i They'll Do li E\er) Time
)mm km Juit arrivi-t To
JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWARE
'::.:......, w.-.v.v.vW,v,v.v,,.,,w,v.v-.,w,w,.,'
EXHIBITIO
OF
PAINTINGS
BY
The Dutch ARTIST VAN YPEREN
AT BARBADOS MUSEUM
29th April to 9th May
10.00 a.m6.00 p.m. daily
Sunday 2.30 p.m.6.00 pm
UNCLE SAM k THE MAPLE LEAF
GRIFFITH'S presents the following.
Sthn.n | Mustard (ia J.
< in namill
Kllm in lib and .Mb Tins
I uliil. t\ i\|i.,|i.i
Iwfcfi. i.iinviiut leegi-i
BWlft'a Krai nil JU*irs
>anrtr'\ tvjpnuird Milk
KellacK- (BWa Flake*
1 (ii..r- ii lotlet Paper
>( .median.
Wind-.M i.nirt Pane*
Quakrr OaU in I m.
Darag puim t Calaise itaih Paalg
\ i if An I
\\lnl.- \n
in., u Are
leeaV Ace
\\ ixHltnii i -Mi.i|i
Perlaealaa Move Wlekb
Buckle. Oeaaa in lane
veaJej i tVUM Rub
Ih Ctute'l Kidne> _W
Ltvei nils
G. F. S.
Danre & Flow
Show
AT -
HI! BARBADOS
III! V,,( I || li
SATIUDAV Al'llll |||
* P.m. -M a.m

FLOOR SHOW rommnunlt
IMi p m
"I "HIS I...UH. of
Arl.Ni. |
Fcalurina
i van ii. iSNTMiN
1 MIIORII KIRBIN
IJ U JAJUHNE
] OBOl ICAI
rllk
, mi ,-iwl,
ol Uic C!
Acooii\pamn
Paints by Lwis
Berger & Sont
(Great Britain) Ltd
Bjnl
For Galvoni*
asbestos, or shit
filed roofs .
LASTIKDN
has lor many years pro*1
most economical and *
paint ever Hilrota"*'
Baii ,
Ii never fad'
tod '
Risi Oxi.ic. auarw"""!1
anent Green and *
other Coloin*
. ;.irOei
Card, ui apply '^ :
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO- U$
B:idfllown, Sole **[


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