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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Ministry
Warns

Fs

The terms of the offer it is
eighteen shillings.

kK. Urges
axati on Talks

fith Brazil

LONDON, May 2.

in has asked the Bravilian
n to start talks on a
agreement. This
n in the House of
today by the Financial
to the British Treasury,
fas Jay, in reply to a

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y said that Britain was
| a Brazilian suggestion
start of negotiations
whether it was true
tions had been going
ut a year, and whether
oreign Office was “‘alive to
gency of this matter in view
g taxation in Brazil
threat to some of
Mr. Jay replied: “Yes

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importance of this
realised.”
—Reuter.

ce Prepares

Showdown

OLD KING
PARIS, May
mech Government is pre-
avery frank showdown
" an and British
over Indo-China at
e of the three For-
“in’ London next
learned from the
today that Robert
to put the point
either the United
to give France sub-
prompt aid in de-
China against Com-
gression or else France
0 envisage bringing to
efforts to hold the
gic line in Indo-
d.—Reuter.

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nds

Years Jail

ROME, May 2.

Godolfo Graziani,
great figures of
Fascisrn, was tonight
by a military tribunal
s’ imprisonment for
h with the Germans.

t announced that the
Commander-in-Chief
s “last gasp” army in
aly would be pardon-
and 8 months of this

has already been in
‘over four years, the
olved a further 14

tion.
—Reuter.

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(From Our Own Correspondent)

B LLEGATION has been brought t
4% Ministry that a Barbados firm has ende:voured t« sell
off ration in this country.

ther Passenger |



p For West Indies

bie” Back On Run

(Our London Correspondent)

ench Line passenger ship,

ed as a hospital ship, wi ck i
ce, Britain and the West Indies in a
he first time since 1939. Her skipper will be

Of Food
Buyers

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LONDON, May 2.

o the notice of the Food

reported were ten pounds of |

for ten shillings, including postage, or twenty pounds

It is unlikely there will be
] Many takers.

A Food Ministry spokesman
pointed out this morning that
purchase by individuals of ration-
ed goods from abroad, whether
from a sterling area or not is

illegal and any person known to
make such purchases will be liable
to prosecution.

The present price of sugar here,
which is strictly rationed to half;
pound per person weekly, is five
pence per pound.

The only way in which sugar
may be sent from abroad is as an
unsolicited free gift and any}
packages thus sent must be clearly
marked “gift parcel”.
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W.I. May
Get Better

Offer

-FOR SUGAR QUOTA

(By Our Own Correspondent)

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PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2.

I hear from reliable sources
here that there is “misunder-
standing” whether an Australian
agreement would have been re-
opened with the United Kingdom
to give the West Indies a bigger
sugar quota

These sources pointed out
Professor Beasley stated at the
Grenada talks that Harold Rob-
inson, leader of the B.W.LS.A.
delegation tc London, in obvious-
ly good faith represented to the
Conference that West Indian
negotiations were stultified in
advance by the arrangement that
not even a ton of additional sugar
could be added to the W.I. quota
without re-opening the Austra-
lian agreement.

Beasley explained this as a pro-
visional understanding with the
Food Ministry as it appeared that
that position would arise only if



that

the United Kingdom market
exceeded the 2,325,000 tons taken
as an assessment of the share of
the Dominion and Colonial pro-
ducers.

As a result it was stated here
that the W.I. delegates leaving
for the United Kingdom in a
week's time, stand ‘a splendid
chance” of getting a better offer



Bangkok Meet
Will Decide

LAKE SUCCESS, May 2.

Communist China’s application
for membership of the United;
Nations Economic Commission for
Asia and the Far East has been
teferred to the Commission’s
meeting at Bangkok on May 16
for a decision.

The application said Chi Chao
Ting had been appointed Commu~
nist representative —Reuter.
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LONDON, April
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GART, May 2.

‘€s authorities today
‘to prevent the depar-
eentina of a German
; indicted for bribery

scandal. They

rrende
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BY ra t
&uthori

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action from
Sib
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to three
Officials now
wePting brihes

BR sentences

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May 2
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of the exit
Kaese, wealthy
told
: the
ities who have in-
is accused of offer-
former denazi-
standing
r irom
xchange for lower

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The Colombie, which made 4
ybrief appearance on the West
Indies run before the war, has

undergone many constructional
changes since her first voyage. He.”
two original funnels have been re-
placed by one of modern stream:
lined design. This has had the
effect of inereasing the deck space
availabl# to passenge?s. —

The layout of the engine room
has also been changed, resulting iu
a saving of space and which has
been utilized for refrigerating
machinery. The ship will now ve
able to carry refrigerated cargo.

Although the Colombie will
be essentialiy a passenger linsr,
with accommodation for 584
passengers spread over thre
classes, a ceftain amount of

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been introduced which has
enabled many of the forme:
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pensed with

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| This tollews » recent expression of concern by the Barba- & %
| SAYS GEN. KENNEY dos ( hamber of Commerce and similar institutions in the 1
soe 2 se | West Indies e |
i WICHITA, Kansas, May 2 i #: Mr atrick Donner Conserva Bee
General Geers - © Kenne ryye . ( r is t seek f 2
in wat head of the | Tiger Goes trom the Colonial Sec Ho

SHINGLES DAY IN THE HARBOUR—The 1 aa A a : ee oe ce g lames Griffiths on May ph St

harbour from the CH tein cae R—The last truck load of shingles which lined the inne | ; War with Rus } Shoppi ne rea restrictions upon \ :

cee heen Ny " IBERLAIN to the VICTORIA Bridge yesterday, moves off to the \ coming vith Russia j ux from Canada “are not suc %

1 ne Story on page ¢ ee vitacker } : r ver Ww i
— : hid cee Ne Gals Nbeablia I CALCUTTA, May Jas to endas an West

India Would = Coaliti | nad sone so far as to set a vear|| not Royal Bi [ty eo recs a Y
Y a j for the attack, he addex ee See 1 | ~nider i
W oul Coalition Government | 008 8° oat Sal nable shop= || eyath |
Li T % sah | Club | pl nire to-d 1} .
. / * 5 eae = re r | , ein ‘ i} wi vi ;
ike Not F l For U.K Be said test, se. ineewationn)| H conn “
oOo 1.our /VYO avourec or U.A,. ituation now ciploaea? | escape . ae
The W.l at a , {| attendants.» Shopps | Wes -
Ms ° e | > Nn r LONDON way 2 blu 1 , | . re | | _" ,
BOTH GOVERNMENT and Opposition leaders in the | The S es Reute || .
3 y ‘ To) : . . +4 ( OV iE ‘ i t j 1 : ;

ue sa en May 2. House of Lords tonight frowned on the idea oi National} was one of ae 1]

é ndian Cricket Team n Picci (ae escbea ain, . : ae eee = . } —— “
visit the West Indies in 1952—53. | I ee Gevernment for Britain \n indepedent Peer, | Haha | vee y ° Pole : : ;
lhe West Indies Cricket Board of} ord I ton, proposed ta urge the leaders ot all three parties . A hk lier ( la “rr? s | . ai ; ‘
Control hase extended an invita- tc issue an agreed statement on the measure needed as i : ‘ 2, } ; .

SSID > winter, A. § 4 Cover oi , h _ sed
Mello, President of the Indian overnment to carry them out. a _ ? ( ;
Board of Control, said in an inter- a Lord Addison Government vie VASHING : i ‘ I
view here to-day | Leader, sala the suggesuon wa . 7 eid a “an I: avou rs ‘

India would be delighted to tour SPOR \ not practical politics’ at present
the West Indies, he added, but it _28 far as there is a crisis, we . erey we i
would not be possible to send a\ are gradually overcoming it” he t 4 i lis ar
team until 1952. WINDO said. — Reuter, 1S Hy

De Mello said an Indian team; Lord Salisbury, Conservative A ARS pasate j LONDON, } f
would be visiting England in 1954 Bertnn wut st Motes 3 man, admitted that a Coalition | eee Me ; } {
and it would be more convenient A tg a: Te ha a “has very considerable advantages x ORS ac ; ; ‘ be Matthey ?

1 ‘ « is af 10€ us : ‘ ~ - » ed SS} { ) a . Seine ‘
for the party to go to the West In- econd division footfall axiure, in dealing with a supreme emer I Ussia Has Roc ke t rea ves los : +
dies after their English tour. De a 1 beaten by the Dames gency” but added “I personalls : . — }
Mello will discuss details of the| = ag Teka’ pe reno think it is very wrong to regard it Installations “ . p ‘
proposed tour with the President } Mr. O S. Coppin as an ideal form of Governmen a | . ;
of the West Indies Board when it] On the contrary it leads to certain SAYS STOWAWAY | " ae es %
is in London at the next meeting | C.S.0.B. at eee re ee meet extremely bad results. Lord, Eltor \ a y La . we
of the Imperial Cricket Conference Edwardy.. and. Police Oi cnaare withdrew his motion, PHILADELPHIA, May 2 bore k . ret " oe i
—Reuter. Y.M.C.A. at Black Rock. Mr —(Reuter.)} A stowaway, who claimed | fract by ed ee Are ; s e
Ginemtondnnlininents E. Amory is referee . . . * : 4 ! , ‘ les | m to the ¢
| ane a cae B 1 oh 1 have es c aped from a Seviet con mn the Reuter. saai< : in ongie. Tae
W | Pi k t 7.90 this evening at Y.M.C.A e 2 | ntration camp and is now in an : a !
ac headquarters in a First. Divisioa | Lib ] |; American gaol, has told his lawyer T ° or eetEm. 345 cordance Ww!
ant 1c | Bei = ree a. he eee era Ss : that. Russia. has built . pewerful i No Jesuits A Howed Ps : vat 4 0 ; i ¢ oer pion
} vill 2 ved by floodlig f i ket istallatic . -- the 3 s Tuna right diet duty
Y F ° Thess teams are tied at. the PP R f ° | rocket igstallations in the Arctic @uoti: {
AMS ed 3 4 ts . : F Loting rg ents that legal
m da bend of the First Division: table use t n |} and Balge areas aimed at Alaska IN| SWITZERLAND ey eee
ea rl MA | and a win will give either . of | e Oo Ol Norway and Sweden. isatior > voluntary euthanas
||. them the lesa.” ‘The going aiawitc onse . Mr. Victor Martunuk, describing} ,,_., V“TICAN CITY, May 2 on e equivalent to eeasene
LONDON, May 2 "police WI_aies, Man 35 r t y |} himself as a Russian nave cert oa : Riccardo | Suicide wwder, the ear

oe : ; » May 2 Police 8 meet b.8:S. it | i é assian naval en- F . :

The West Indies, who open their liv. £, at 8.30 2 va Ives | gineer, in a statement issued to- | nduc i | “ ™ ys : ¥
first-class season against Worces- | mov wee Reap fixture at LONDON, May 2 |} day through his lawyer, Mr. Ivan | , rit i " ot a)
tershire on Saturday, will choose | | nand. S Mi Pc eae ate | Leaders of the British Liberal] M. Czap, said that while | , Re aa 7 i
the side during the train trip to} \ Parna at 6.00 and Everton | Party today gave an official rejec | Soviet prison camp Ss l | 3 so tl ca ;
Weoy Ml in all, anaes j vs. Shamrock at 6.30 jticn to Conservative Party over- | north of Leningrad, he 1 ned | * a La

R0V arshall, who is recover-| tures for an anti-Socialist coali-| information about rocket i talla } ’ yy A *
ing from measles, is expected to] “| tion. 1 tions pointed at Alaska fr the re h 4 A MINE IN 1
rejoin the party on Thursday | j After a three hours’ meeting | Arcti lan if Nov

Arty PAGAS<(- i | After d ( ‘ ing of | Are land of iva Ze ’ ’
i All the remaining players are| Police Investigate the Liberal Party Committee, the —Reuter : c Hil V. { LIK EL : oh
fit, Reuter. | Chairman, Mr. Clement Davies ming , , ;
‘ . . on i rT + * I > 441 s¥yT . fe
| piad > is said ‘the Liberal Party Committee | ; ne WASHINGTON ™W a
| Series Of Deaths | Tsures ‘Liberals in the count Girl Fatal Reuter :
Wh | that it has no intention of co! y « | > . 2c ~ :
Government | PARIS, May 2, | tht ita, no Intention of con | RED CROSS ASK
| Paris police are investigating a| 1 =a - eee ' r T ,
: . . £ 4) Liberal Party. / a OUTLA
Responsible jase of deaths,.{hrough illness The Liberals polled 260.000 W ound: d | AW ATOM g
}and accident, in which pretty 12-] : . +c : ~ 7
’ ea ¥ 14-1 votes at the last General Elcction ‘3 ’
‘ ° ee ae Anne Marie Guyon lost} but returned only nine embe in Explosion ot
; . jher father, mother, brother ana | ¢ ahs Ms ; |
I or Riots grandmother within a week. ; ie senanens.. 1) Ue new Par- HONG KONG, Ma | 7
| Gerard Guyon, an industrialist lament Shese wie. eccupy almos A grenade expioded outside the | | ra
JOHANNESBURG, May 2. | died of lung tronible ine Paris a balance of power position dffice of the English ' | ‘ ‘

mn UMass, ement.” | a> : a aris au —_ i. Bios i .

The Freedom Movement, |West End flat on April 21. (Reuter.) | “Hong Kong St: ard : | |b =f,
which organised an official May | . : day, fatally wounding ar ‘ | —Keuter. nt (Reuter,)

Day strike., today held South! Eight days iater his five-year- ald Chinese girl. It v the } ie
Africa’s Nationalist Government )old son Henri fell from his grand-| (7 ‘ expicsion in Hong Kong hre it ea = ra ene eniniearennpersmniet: ouengsestinnee Tt
responsible tor last night’s riots in | ny other's lap to the floor and died Canadian Wants U.N. days va a
which latest official figures saic|ol a brain haemorrhage. Emergency Talks | Three Chinese men ev 3 4 a ge f

13 Africans were dead and 25} When the doctor broke the news OTTAWA, May 2. jman were injured in 4 ex- | FOC Fe AOFA, Of MH CE hejh CVE CHE

seriously wounded |of the boy's death, the grandmoth- Gordon Graydon, Opposition | plosiom and another for re hurt |

Africans were not responsible | er, Madame Conde, aged 60, and (Progressive Conservative) for-|when a police van, on its te}
for the “tragic events,” said the | the 38-year-old mother Susanne | eign affairs critic, called to-day on | the scene, collided with a I i
Communist-led “Defend Free|both collapsed. They died next|Canada to seek an emergency| The grenade struck the wall
Speech Convention,’ which hac iday within three hours of each | session of the United Nations Gen- |the newspaper building Car |
called on Africans to demonstrate | Other eral Assembly and Security Coun- | winds vgere the editorial staff |
for freedom of speech. movement! The women’s bodies have been|cil “in*a courageous and deter-|were at work on the “Standard’s” |
and assembly |sent for a post mcictem examina- | mined effort to preserve the peace. |companion Chinese paper ‘Tsing- |

The group’s protest was focussed | tion.—Reuter, —Reuter zato’ Reuter. j
on the Gavernment’s bill resery- | SY oN ene
ing a residential area for particulay | : T 7 ’ : |
racial groups. | Missing Plane ACCUSERS, LIARS U.K. Strengthens |

—Reuter. WASHINGTON, May 2 T I M p
Professor Owen Lattimore, Stat« roo| IS a alay a |
¢ }

Eight Nations Will

Not Visit Jerusalem

TEL AVIV May 2

Right of the 10 member states |
of the United Nations Trusteeship |
Council, invited by the Israel
|

|

Government to visit Jerusalem,
have sent negative replies, it was
officially announced here tonight
The eight were Argentina, Aus-
tralia, Belgium, France, New Zea- |
land, the Philippines, Britain and
the United States. }

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Fresh Hopes For
State Treaty

LONDON, May 2.

The Soviet Government has
proposed a further meeting of the
Austrian Deputies for next Thurs-
day (May 4) instead of May 22,
as proposed by the Western Gov-
ernments. |

The Soviet proposal has aroused |
ifresh hope for the conclusion of !
{the Austrian State Treaty, It!
| was made by Mr. George Zarubin, |
the Soviet Deputy. |

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| Professor Curie |

Dismissed
SAYS “OFFICIEL



May Be Safe

Department Adviser on the Fa
PARIS, May 2. East, told a Senate Committe SINGAPORE, May 2
A ’plane carrying 12 passengers | Under oath today that people who Britain to-day announced rein-
including the French High Com- | accuse him of being a Commun’s forcements of her anti-terrorist |
|missioner for the Cameroons and | are liars. The Committee is inves- | force in Malaya by at least 3,000;
|six children, missing since yester-| tigating a charge by Senator | Ten

day, was vonight found with all} Joseph Mc Carthy that the Stat«













passengers safe, according to un-! Department is harbouring Com- third Royai Marine Commando
confirmed reports from Algiers. muaists. Reuter. Brigade and the 13/18th Hussars
Sarcnigs anion Set aceryailtonjecsichbnies total imoured troops now serving in}
ley r he Middle East . i
INOUNCES These fresh troops ‘llow the
au 2%6th Gurkha mfantry from Hong,
Kong and two Royal Air Force 1 lifetime of study may be
JAP COMMUNISTS — oS" Soe Seles | re
|ments in the gueriNa-infested | given to the art
t | jungles.—Reuter. : ;
bee ; z | of choosing the appropridi.
Occupation Resistance si ‘fron guia
| nuch which is
Just In Time | :
; ; TOKYO, May 2. amendments to the Tax Bill, | just very good. Yet, wher:
Genera’ Douglas McArthur,| which was rejected by the PARIS, May 2. | ni !
oe Sins in Japan, dis- Upper House of the Diet yester- An eleven-year-old French boy | COBMEOENES Are CONnEENEN
clesed three anti-oceupation inci- day. told the Reims police, Eastern} the na & }
¢ » me son vad e
dents today a few hours after Diplomatic circles believe the }France, that he placed a heavy | ee * hone
denouncing Japanese Communists telegrams were addressed to|uwor bar across the Paris-Stras- | Old Bond Street, London’
for trying to lead their nation} Brigadier Whitney as a silent|bourg railway line to see how a} : Hi ;
than } ohtamnee eer disaster] protest against his group con-| train derails. { is an unfailing guide —
an her recent defeat".* tinuing to “advise” the Govern- But policernen, not believing i
The three incients—believed! ment on such matters, that the child did it at all by him- for er
by observers to indicate growing (3) Another instance of |self, are investigating. — | when only the best will
Japanese res’stance to the occu-| Japanese defying occupation| On April 25, the driver of a)

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the Communist Party's reported! Tokyo court sentenced 12|track near Chaluys sur Marne and |
decision to take “direct action”—| Japanese to three years hard| warned the next station in tim
were | labour for obstructing a mil'tary|to have it remmoved before an
_ (1) 1,000 students at Tohoku; jeep during anti-taxation|train passed there —Reuter.
University in Northern Honsh:|} demonstrations. |
shouted down General! Speaking on the third anniver-| . r
McArth ir Educat'onal [sary of the Japane constitution } Russian Walk
Adviser Dz Eels, and} to-day General McArthur had |
force I te a ton lec it ] ’ the ature f = >
a rsa re of th Out No. 22
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ney, Government Section Chief,| the question whether it should LAKE SUCCESS, May 2
announced he had got 85 fany ‘onger be regarded as Russia t rought or nun
g n 48 hot from pr¢ | recognised political movement ‘ walkouts fron Unite
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IS Exéellency the Governor

and Mts. Savage, accompanied
by Capt. W. Lambert attended
the Annual Meeting of the British
and Foreign Bible Society at the
Y.M.C.A. Hall Jast night.

That Worcester Schoo!

. E. BIRD, who is one of the

eleven men selected for the
Worcester te:m to play against
the West Indies in their first

fixture in England, went to school
at the King Edward VI Grammar
School, at Stourbridge, Worcester
with Mr. Graham Wilkes, Sports
Master at the Lodge Schoo}, Mr

Jhonnie Walker, who upto a short
time ago was a Master at Lodg*?

and Com...Ralph A. Beard, Auc-
tioneer.

King Edward VI Grammar
School was founded in 1505 and

such well known personalities as
Dr. Johnson, the famous English
Literary figure, Sir Cedric Hard-
wicke, the film star, went to school
there.

The Hon. The Lord Bishop
Hughés"Wtien he was on leave a
year ago in England visited the
King Edward VI Grammar Schoo!
and gave a talk about the West
Indies while he was there

Mr. Stewart Perowne’s .ather
the late Bishop of Worcester took
a keen intevest in the school

Off To Norway

R. CARL DONS, Assistant

Representative of the British
Council accompanied by Mrs
Dons and their two children
Michael and Karen are leaving
Barbados today on the first lap of
their journey home on leave
They are first flying to Trinidad
and thence to Aruba to join a
Norwegian tanker which will take
them direct to Norway where Mr
Dons’ parents live. Carl Dons is
himself of Norwegian extraction

“We are spending two months
with my parents—part of the time
in Oslo and part in the country
and then we go on to England to

stay with my wife’s parents in
Kent. We shall be away about six
months and then return to Bar
bados. We would like to take the
opportunity through your column
of saying goodbye nd au revoir
to our many friends and acquaint
ances
Just In Time
RS, M. L. BERRY returned on

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B.W.1.A's B.G. flight yester

day, just in time to meet her so
Mr, Charles Baiza, his wife and
two children, who arrived from
Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Mt
Baiza a pilot with B.W.1A, and
expects to be here for bout two
week

Mrs. Berr vas staying in B.G
with her laughter Mrs Pat
O’Dowd who left with her a few
weeks ago for B.G vith her
hustiand and baby They were
here on long leave

Make Up Artist

R. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
Representative of Max Factor

in the West Indies arrived yester-
day from B.G. by B.W.LA. He
was accompanied by Miss Maria
Luisa Huarte, Max Facter Make-
up artist Who will e conducting
make-up isseg here di the
week he i avir the
Windsor Hotel and is due t Ave
on Sundd@y for Puerto Rico and
Cuba. M1 Marshall expect
be here until approximaicly May
idth
Here For Holiday
M* ERIC JOHNSON, Directo!
of Jona Brown, Hubbard

and Co. Ltd., of Grenada, is in
jarbado for holiday during
which time he will be visiting
many of His old friends, He is a
guest at Cacrabank

Mr, and Mrs. Francisco Molinet
who have been spending thei!
honeymoon there, have now ré¢

turned to Caracas

BY THE WAY...

HE most disappointed man in

England today is Mr. Arthur
Gowdger of Bodmin. Since last
Monday he has been living in a

kennel on waste ground near Sal
ford, in order to be on the spot fo

the Manchester United vs Port
mouth Cup-tie today

Early this morning he w
shouting with excitement, and a

passing humanitarian, thinking he
was becoming hysterical, chained
him up. Everyone thought it was
a joke, and left him there. Unless
he can persuade somevune that he
is a dog, he is pretty sure to miss
the match,
Saving Time
A LECTURER said the other
day that people now have no
leisure to read long poems. The:
reading has to be compressed. O!
course, Lack of time, also, to lock
at big pictures or listen to long
bits of music is :esponsible for a
drive to compress large canvases
and to cut out inessential bars and
whole passages from sy mphonies
and concertos, By making a precis



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NE of the fifteen lovely models
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Annual Hair Style Show and
Dance in aid of the Christ Church
3aby Welfare League and Babies

in St. John at the Drill Hall on
Friday night will be a yourts
gentleman, made up as a young
lady

The audience can amuse them-
selves in trying to find out which
“lady” is a gentleman

Several well known
artistes are contributing the
Variety Show as well. Mr. Fred
Goddard, M.C.P., Mr Ww. Ww
Reece, M.C.P., Mr. O. T. Allider,
M.C.P and Mr F ae
Bethell M.C.P have extended
their patronage to the Show

local
to

En-route to Montreal

M* AND MRS. THEODORE|
HUNTE who arrived yester-

B.W.LA. with
are on their

day from B.G
their three children
way to Canada. Mr. Hunte is with
the Demerara Bauxite Co Ltd,
in B.G., and they expect to leave
for Montreal on Thursday via
Trinidad and New York Mr
Hunte was in Barbados for a short
last year

After Two Weeks

ROSAMUND
been in

by

time

ISS
who
two
B.G

NEWSAM
Barbados
on leave, returned
yesterday by B.W.LA
She is on the Georgetown staff of
the Royal Bank. Her mother who
arrived from B.G a week ago
and several members of the
Edwards family, with whom she
has been staying, were at Seawell

has
for

weeks

to see her off

For Summer Helidays
M* PETER FARMER, who is

doing hi second year at

Dawsons in Engineering returned
from Canada on Saturday by
r.C.A. for the Summer holidays
He is son of Mr, and Mrs. Cyril
Farmer of Gibbons

Also arriving on Saturday by
TCA to spend her summer
holiday with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. E. L. Clarke of Fortesque
St Philip, was Miss Josephine
Clarke who is at MacDonald
( llege in Canada

For Grenada Appointinent

N ISS GWEN CUMBERBATCH
daughter of Mtr nd Mr

¢ W. Cumberbatch, of Hallo
v The Ivy left here on

Saturday by B.W.1.A., for Trinidact





en route to Grenada to take up het
new appointment at the Anglican
High Sehool for Girl Ske will
spend a week in Trinidad first
with her mother, and sister, Mrs
J. A. Moore, before going on to
Grenad for the opening of the
term which commences on May

Miss Cumberbatch has been
acting on the staff at Queen’:
Colles since 1948



of a Shakespeare play, the whole

thing could be got through in ten
minutes or so As a racil
motorist said recently, In the
time it tales you to henp a
Beethoven Symphony | can burn
up enough road to get her going
nicely

The Narkover Seandal

D* SMART-ALLICK issued a
statement yesterday, a copy
of which was sent to the Press and
to the Governing Body
Narkove!

Investigations have shown that
the beer-sodden brown bowler
found on the top of a junior boy's
wardrobe was not, as at first was
suspectea, an emanation or psychic

ot

phenomencn but a tangible,
material bowler Mr. Warblow
naturally would not expect such

an article to appear in his house,
and therefore concluded that it
was a spirit-bowler, The explaina-
tion is simple, Last week certain
experiments in the Science Schoois
necessitated the use of a brown
bowler. The bowler was left there

Caub Calling

Arrived Over The
Week-End

TAYING at the Ocean View

Hotel for two or three weeks

are Mrs. O. P. Bennett and her

daughter Joan. They arrived in

Barbados over the week-end from
Trinidad.

Visited Her Daughter

Iss M. F KIRTON ot

Peronne, Worthing, who has
been holidaying in B.G. for the
past two months has been visiting
her daughter Mrs. Noel Farrar and
staying with her in Georgetown.
Mr. Farrar is with Sprostons Ltd.,
in B.G.

Recent Departures

R. AND MRS. VICTOR GILL

who have been holidaying
here, were among the recent
departures from Cacrabank. Mr
Gill’s brother is with Cottle Cat-
‘ord and Co., Solicitors.

Cther recent departures were
Mr. Herbert Masters of Montreal,
Mr. Andre Maingot and Miss
Maingot of Trinidad; Mr. Maingot
is an Internationally known figure;
and Mr. J. Judge, special adviser





for Shillinghurst and Coy., the
large Exporting House ot
Liverpool.

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(EhtRS ACKOSS
2 Be studies ots lines witr
eye to the future
spurt of a popular Kina
* Por this ts a orm
ic [be tare for @ change w& very
light
14 Wooden iast perhaps
13° There's @ bit of Enid and a bit
of Olga in this Agure
{4 Despatching end sume giK
news
16 [Trattic sign suggestive
great extent of a t
gingerbread | (two wor
17 Hunter with a belt
18 [f only Joun were nere we
have a bottle
20 Unit uM the MEF.
E.M.F. |
22 Put on a tax on the scree
23. Something to drink nati
at the end
24 Here we see troops tn con
25. They might be said
one’s joint®e in goed fturm
CLUBS DOWN
1. Oddly

enough it may

packing up itwuo w '

3 Locality in the Ne t

4 Reiative by marriag: i '
Welton

5. Revised form

6 Coming dow

ag

8 fe she as thin ‘a Tui
She could oe « 1h one

& Let us meditate two words

10. How a boxer may be pu
CANVAS 80 LO speak

11 in no nalf-hearted manner

14 : rand t

15 money ot irse

ly wend b

2)





By Beachcomber

at night. The night-watchman
going his rounds while partaking
of his evening meal, spilt his
bottle of beer over the bowler

Thinking it was the personal pro-

perty of one of the boys, he le!
it with the butler at Mr, War-
blow’s house—the nearest to the

Science Schools, The butler, for
getting to dry it, left it on Pepper-

croft’s wardrobe, thinking it
belonged to that bog. There the
matter rests at present—and th
bowler.
Garsong!
NHE gir! at the School of
Cookery who translated

ris de veau a la financiere as “the
smile of the calf at the banker's
wife” was perhaps protesting, a:
I have so long done in vain
against this nonsense on menus
French, of course, is the language
of good food and good cooking,

but why should it be the lan-
guage of bad food and bad cook-
ing? What does anybody

gain by calling hors€ boeuf a la
mode? More amusing is the com-
promise le hash.

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R AND MRS. GILBERT
MINORGAN who. arrived
from Bermuda on Saturday after-
noon by T.C.A., are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel, and hope to
spend one weck, possibly two he
Mr. Minorgan is Station Manager
T.C.A., at Prestwick Airport, Scot-
land and is on a Caribbean tour

They have visited Bermuda al-
ready and will be returning io
Scotland when they leave
Barbados

Were Here For Easter

R. AND MRS

MITCHELL, after spending
one month’s holiday in Barbados
returned to Venezuela on Monday
by B.W.LA. He is Superintendent
of the Caracas Refinery at Las
Piedras.

LYELL M

They were spending the Eastet
holidays with *heir daughter
Catherine, who has now returned

to Codrington High School. They!

|
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WEDNESDAY
is the gayest night

CLUB
MORGAN

were staying at Cacrabank
High Schools girls staving
for Easter were Miss
Quemada and Miss ‘Billie

Mead

Other
there

Hedda

Temple-

Intransit

aes by the Golfito”
on Saturday from England was

Mrs Reg C Williams. She
was met on board by Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Barnes. Hér hus-

band was also an intrans't pas-
senger through Barbados recently
on the “Bonaire”. He is a Bank
Inspector of Barclays Bank

Engineer, Cable

M* L. V. PRATT 'o
and Wireless an

Pratt,



arrived from E on
the “Golfito” on Saturday were
met on board by Mr. George
Eastwood, who Mr Pratt is
relieving as Engineer—Cable, at
the local Branch
At the Baggage Warehouse,
iney were met by Mr. A. G

Douglas, Divisional Manager Ca-
ble and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd., ana
Mrs. Douglas and other member
of the staff

Mr. Pratt's last post was at Car-
cavellos in Portugal, and he is
very glad to be back in Barbados
was stationed from 1935

where he
1938

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qEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1950 . BARBADOS ADVOCATE p*. PAGE THREE
| 4 a ie ee eae ene ' f
fecommencs ations For Passes In | Landy Gets |
Hospital Accepted

Passes Lan | Freah
Music Exams Around
—From Hatlléaan Report

THE following c ids ass-
de ee Reon Se , DE MONTBRUN and Keel m
Associated Board of the Royal his band of artistes who |
r yesterday informed the Legislature that he Schools of Music, which was held |opened their whirlwind week of
Governo in Executive <—oinmittee the recommend. locaily ¥ Dr. Harris, in March | entertainment on Saturday night
ve the Hallinan Report <>n the General Hospital. He
ito the House of AXussembly a Schedule setting
recommendations thee have been accepted by the






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WHE CHANGING FACE OF SOCIAL LIFE IN BRITAIN





this year ; with two shows; one at the Bar-
Pupils ef Mr. Gerald Hudson, A.R.C.M, adios * 7 a
§ Corbir Licentiate — ‘Teacher bados Aquatic Club, followed by
H. D. Straker — Licentiate —.| another at the Club Morgan which 4
E

Organ) Evelyyr Piano ide , p ~
2 de \ Pass R. Hudson Piano Vu, rr gern eee both crowded Safeguard the children against
‘ mt and those recorr=mendations upon which a Distinetic r guan—Piano- Grade = a e ee are making sudden chills by putting them
° Vil jard —Piano—Grade arbadians lg ar a1 - .
ver been deferred. = 2 a ee c S laugh and enjoy them in Aertex. The ingenious weave
aragraph 34, The recommen- au
: f of the ae tion that insul > prov aa
e the approva ion that insulin be provided to



a healthy even temperature in
it will be A ®

irade V, Pass; ; have broadcast over Radio Distri- heat or cold. This splendid

mnshouses is being implemented.






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: ~ et ~wnction' | bution; on Monday night they British cellular stands to
c E Grade [V A. Bay . ; be
e manner. P=-ovision was made in the 1950-51 Piano—Grade Ill, Meri performed with the Police Band really hard wear and constant
Estimates. Pupils of the U rsuline Convent A at the Drill Hall and last night washing. Boys and girls love
; ; 1: a & Piano—Grade V, Pass; P. Bel-| thoy, Baiead a her f n the comfort and freedom of
; ms accepted in HP aragraph 41 (2). The scale of ) 7 ont Grade Il, Pass; K. Bou- | “¢y gave another fine show at the Aertex underwear and sports
i or ina Modified Form fe Hl . Provision re<=ommended has been accepted mye eee nig ee
a more suit- axe _made Theatre when is=x2ed. to-night, really we are .. . Ferreira—Piano—Grade | & topnotcher on the Banjo; he has 2 R - ss eh lemithssbchaieii és sobieians
tin : Mano-—Ciraie 5. See - ; Send eur meme and addvvse for iihustrated © ee iat te
One exiension or rebuild- MP aragraph 42 (1). A new scale Grade [ope © Pass: |an easy style, perfect rythm, ana Mecaper, Oeuelor Chettteg Go. bad tee Oeped Bene leaden Wa Beni
the Hospital. of fees for the Third and Fourth London Express Service. :





. ainna Hackett, L. RSM. lightning finger movements
; 11 (2). Supple- Sc Fredules has been prepared and

: Bsimates will be submit- tiz< necessary Order will be issued.



COIR a icckdaddes vonanecdnen
ADDRESS ........000

Grade, Mt, Pass;/ Angela Jardine has a lovely clear
de ass

I

P7 vy ° ee a aie voice and finds it unnecessary to
h = he 7 ' jl of Mrs. M. Blacks . ssary )
% provide for the purchase aragraph 50. The recommen- iles of Sh ingles Lum ber ©. V. Davie Plane Grade Il, Pas use a mike.

setion of a lift. clae Sion for the medical staff °



Piano—Grade v_ | Selves wherever they go. : of Aertex fabric keeps them at

has a — Daisy Creque their accompanist
Provision will be ben accepted :— : ,

Y ~ E. M, 1 —Piano—Grade f Ns Y
/ R. Konigsi chased, P has shown her versatility yn the
‘for more suitable Out-Pa- 1 Medical Superintendent Cover Wharf y esterday Pupils of Mr. 8. Corbin, £ ike : .
bend Casualty Departrment 1 Specialist Surgeon Y , ;
Arang 1
l

viiss BE. Parkinson



o* =saste

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ily SoM. ssctine. |PHANO and is certainly an accom-
nS 4 Lia rade at ‘ nec 5
when planning the ex- Specialist Ph) :

be oa . seliowes~t Stade VI | plished player
vsician oe ae r % Pass eee 7
or rebuilding of the Hos- Specialist Radiologist Lorries, Caris Kept Busy







= az Pasi of Miss M. Daniel | Another performer from Trini-
7 Medical Officers, r sucas—Piano—Grade IV, Pa dad who joined the troupe here is
ae 14 (1). Prov _— will a os tee payee bl. The salary Piles of shingles and lumber occupied two sides of the _P Clarke-Piano—Grade 1, Merit;|Ivy Selkridge; with a glass of Learn rom
“age for more suitable aun- sc Ss and conditioms have been whart ) : ‘i o ‘ I el, Pa N.D.| water balance on her foreh: ad
ation when plam- a&c<>epted as recommended, but in whart along the inner basin of the € areenage, and halt Pane? a B I she did several tricks such as st*p-
vibe extension or rebuilding wie w of the provision of passages, of another side yesterday. Here and there 2} mg the outer ve pres Se ' ; ; et

tal. t't<== appointments will have to be

me Bose 14 (2). Supple- fox _ the present non-pensionable
{ tes will be submit- ar=<4 contractual Supplementary é
oie fee such improve- Es imates will be submitted. ”

isin disinfecting arrangements

Merit; M. D
Pa I

Pas

ping througn hoops ete

basin, were more small stacks. Last but Sy no means least both

'S Was only part of the 8,000 bundles of cedar shingles, ~ V. Good: elf Gught) Piano—Grade [20 size and wit is Landy him: elf
Q Ons, sa oo ‘ wae Vv. Pas 1 ‘ r+ . . ial
v=) pieces and 24,511 bundles of fir lumber which arrived YuP®"sr see 1. 1 ane cor tha Ae ee Compe aly
on Sunday from Vancouver by s.s. Lake Canim. Bid Pree giano~Grade I, Pass, R. A,| Won the affection of his audiences



the hospital.



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Whenever infeeti.



M"aragraph 53 (1). The delesa-



Mitaieer end Colorial curses asthe ty powers re- The Lake Canin still has three Blades Plano Grate IV, Im’ 5 jand he is well named the Bob threatens
SeMatcal Officer and Colonial ts &2es further consi leration or four more days here before she "y e Pupils of Mrs. M. P. Cobham, A.T.C.1 Hope of Trinidad
d approved , « =) Paragraph 53 (2). Provisio 1 ge a ade : . ; i B. iteadies Pia eis tae hee
five Committee wil » “contingencies” During her ete’ Satire shipment , ri Gee oa ee Pass: |. His jokes follow on so fast that
n-pxecutive Committee wil be made for 4 contingencies” During her stay visi cad nie 2ic oO 72 sre ae nno-—Grade vi, ass Jokes follow 1 so fast tha
21 (5). It has vote )



.
Z i \ i t is hard to keep up with them, | nm your home,
: 4 after, the inner basin will alwavs - ae tations are the topic of con- | :
eine anne - peuuite be coogeee rane aoe aye it out es Pupils of The Codrington High School S imitations are the topic of con-
sed by 66. Sup- the provision of funds and Supple- reas





































E. Agar-—Piano—Grade I, Pa S. Rod- } versation Landy is also putting +
lumber guez—P ! ; Ca amie —
Estimates will be sub- rm e@=xnatary Estimates will be sub- ” . Pian Pa \ tlerton. |O8 Special mows for school | use
mitted Most Difficult Hearty Eating Well ian » T. Meade—Pian hildren, It was a treat yester-
21 (6). The increase I¥¥- Recommendations still under Shingles and lumber is one of ; Pupi Kenfield {day afternoon to watch the ex- \ rf
will be of trained consideration the most difficult of cargoes to be A chick which was hatched at > Grade 1 Hu Large of del} ht on the faces
provided suitable H"aragraph 30, The enlarge- dineds etd ri : carg 0 ‘ Speightstown without e fe Gri Grade IV, Pa HK # the school children who saw
available. rant of the Maternity Hospital. Have = ap vi ary tO agnters, Monday, was heart n . ‘ ~Panils eet ke his show at Combermert Many
are ae Lighters loaded with this stuff day, Was hearty ind eating Pupils of Mrs. A. Skeete 3
a1 (8). Provision will =aragraphs 54 to 59. Proposals Pest is ; . hart cathas WEll Up. to yesterday evend M.D. Atherley—Piano—Grade 1, Merit; ]}0f them on their way home were THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
0 improve the living are being considered | separately ees ee to the wharf rather rhe owner of it, a resident of 2 ©.‘ t el Pan) a | trying out some of Landy's imita« at iay evar 3
of the trained staff im regarding the number of beds. ss pap Yet, they were piling Roaq vik v, Speightstown, hopes Pupils of Miss L. Tavia, ion Funniest part of the show \ >
when planning the ex- <â„¢ further examination is being Up the lumber on the wharf much to be able to rear it. He intends 8 hun : " vas when Landy brayed like a Potsono
moriebuilding of the Hos- mea<« ter=sion of the existing Hospital or handcarts were removing it to safely out of the reaches of mon- c tside answered him back Thi
21 (9). Supple- bw Eding a new Hospital on an- rious lumber-yards gooses Gibb ¢ V 4 vall : t ie : DD VT STAIN
: é 3) goose eally rocked” the Hall
r tes will be submit- ot Fry site. All day yesterday, lorries and “If I can get it ‘grown to be a Richa ’ Are I, Pa aa ”
- — : © eS > ‘ , . inc Pia 4 « ! "Aas ‘
‘ de for two additional _ Khe recommendation that the handcarts v ‘re up and down the fowl”, he said, “I will be able Clarke—Piar eV. Mer Today he is putting on a free inthe
Sisters which will be fill- Go "ernment take over the main- wharf either bound fot the lumber to make some money out of it Pupils of Miss E. Maxwell ow for the school children of SSeS OO
guitable local candidates. tere=snce of Parochial Dispensaries yards with a load, or going for The chick was one of thre : me pa ge ‘ti [the Wesley Hall Boys’ S hool ee
@A. His Excellen- amec® that Parochial Medical Offic load. Tally clerks and dozens of hatched by 2 hen. The eges were. simm p ( IV) Pan
bas ACCeD de oritamenn ers it be in ie oes ee: nen were busy laid by a half-bred Rhode Island Daan f Mr. J. A. Millincte: ee | [AM FOGAR LTD
ion a 2pz Bs < ic=S wi »e considered in the ligh " «“ . ” j 7 ’ a tam beex + er 9 apsten z
: aN of ‘the Maude Report . Over The “Potick and set under the he n AM thr I. ; ; I, Pa —— d | ! e
oh 22 B. The recom- % One lighter, while being un- Chicks a ae i only on \ WW 2 Hee 2g
fh at Se . ‘ i ) , deformed 1e blind chick attract : 7 er
that¢here should be no as loaded from the stern, was riding nar v1 ) nm
fl , ‘ . 7 teal +) a many residents in the vicinits INC IN B G.
Hospital employees — 4 Al . i with its bow and part of the hull ee ° : .
Advisory Corm- —Seaw ell Equipme nt over the sunken Potick. No “VM k *9 GC O D k > 9
—_ : ' JTonok a oj. :
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Advisory Committee Arriv es the latter vessel at this time ) DURING ti > : . ‘ getting you down z
fh by statute and do = a re. i kas The entire shipment of shingles | , dant Reka se wero 3 : oS
fice of Hospital 2F2= Vel in the island yesterday for 82a lumber arrived ‘consigned. to| ‘Me, Central Foundry dock wi v 4 RENNIES Of Interest To Ladies
2 _ « * ved l i 1 teraay o1 : aergolin eps “Ss *W na cs V )
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nOF " : sii one g S Some of it was being loaded on], : se .} t n non t
hthe nursing cadre and recks, bench vic welding rods, a ates ; f motor vessel ‘Monek: Ken erng ati
; : . > Ut td organisation will make t A ESOS, 8 ROERD; Messrs. R. and G. Challenor & Co.,|°" Yesterday — morning >: pall es : do. do. do. HALF SLIPS
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HARBOUR
WARNING

THE ANNOUNCEMENT from London
that a proposal has been made to utilise
St. Lucia as the centre for shipping be-
tween the East Caribbean and the United
Kingdom confirms rumours that have been
circulating in Barbados for many days.

The actual presence in St. Lucia of the
Marine Superintendent of the Harrison
Steamship Company to investigate the pos-
s f ing St. Lucia as a tranship-

re for the boats of that line adds

to the significance of the armmouncement

The construction of a new Government
warehouse in St. Lucia by the Colonial
Development Corporation is part of the
normal rebuilding of Castries, but a new
yarehouse makes practical the proposal
that St. Lucia, which has a deep water
harbour and which at one period was the
coaling centre of the West Indies should
onee again be brought into the limelight
as a centre for shipping in the Eastern
Caribbean.

The good fertune of St. Lucia in this re-
spect will be a warning to the people of
Barbados. The necessity for a deep water
harbour if Barbados was to continue as a
centre for the East Caribbean and not to
be outstripped by St. Trinidad
has been the subject of many years discus-
sion in this island. The deep water har-
bour was never built and to-day the island
is faced with the colossal expenditure of
many million pounds if it ever is to be
built.

Lucia or

Sir Douglas Ritchie who left Barbados
in January 1949, in his report published
later in the year, concluaed that “although
an expenditure in the region of over three
million pounds could not be justified by
the anticipated receipts from the proposed
harbour undertaking in themselves, yet

there are various other factors which must

be taken into consideration more particu-
larly the reclamation of a large area of land
surplus to the requirements of the harbour
‘whieh is a feature of the Engineers pro-
posal in connection with the construction
of the that
written the cost of the prop sed scheme

North scheme”, Since was
has been automatically increased by the
devaluation of the pound sterling; and
the possibility of finding oil in Barbados

has also increased.

not take “the
quantity to

Ritchie did
sufficient
make it into a commercial proposition”
into when writing his re-
port, “If”, he said “this is an ¢ lement to be
might com-
situation of

Sir Douglas
finding of oil in

consideration
consideration it

pletely alter the
the island and of the Harbour scheme in

taken into

economic
particular, Not only could some substan-
tial

respect

harbour revenue be anticipated in
of the shipment of oil, but addi-
iinports might be expectea to Tre-

tional

sult d

The news that St. Lueia is likely to be-
he centre of shipping in the East
Caribbean will cause much heartburning
in Barbados but the reason Is far to
seek. Barbados is too expensive. In his
port Sir Douglas Ritchie wrote im. para-
raph 75, “The present costs of handling
earvo in Batbados are very high.” No com-
parative figures are available but the
foliowing figures which had been suppiied
by the Canadian
National Steamship Company for costs of
ship discharge were quoted: Trinidad—
9s. ld. per ton; British Guiana 10s. 9d.
per ton; Barbados 18s. 9d. per ton.

not

General Manager,

It is not difficult to see why shipping
companies should want to avoid Barbados
and when the next sentence of Sir Doug-
las Ritchie is that “owing to the reduction
in the efficiency of labour the rate of
handling cargo has been reduced steadily
since the war with the attendant increase
in costs” the whole question of Barbados’
future as a port is deserving of the most
immediate attention,





OUR READERS



SAY:


















IT is not to be thought that fed-
eration in the West Indies as a live
issue is any new thing, or indeed
a development of the 20th Cen-
tury. On the contrary, the idea
of federation in one form or
another is as old as British in-
fluence in the region. The first
example was an attempt by King
Charles I, in the 17th Century,
to constitute in the Eastern Car-
ibbean a single grouping inclu-
ding approximately the Wind-
ward and Leeward Islands, and
Barbados. That attempt failed,
but the succeeding centuries wit-
nessed various groupings of the
Windward and Leeward Islands,
Trinidad, Tobago and Barbados,
which I need not detail. Two
points appear to be significant—
first, that none of these groupings

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Lieutenant Governor of Trinidad
should be appointed to render ihe
High Commissioner free to un-
dertake regular tours of the terri-
tory under his jurisdiction, these
tours to be carried out in a war-
ship made available for the pur-
pose by the British Admiralty.
In his discussion of the whole
subject, Murray makes comments
which are still of interest, and I
propose to quote a few of them.
In describing the assets of Bar-
bados he writes as follows:—
“Whilst Barbados .. .. ..is
fully developed so far as the
area ufider agriculture is con-
cerned, she stilt presents pos-
sibilties of development in
shipping and its corollary bene-
fits. Amongst other things the
Colony is fast assuming a fame

appear to have been regarded as as a_ health resort for rich
wholly satisfactory, as witness Brazilians and other South
the repeated changes in them, Americans who fear the rigour
and secondly, the attempt at of the colder climes of the
grouping continued to be made, North, but welcome the pleas-

groupings have survived, the fed-
eration of the Leeward Islands
which is a true federation in the
sense which | have discussed
earlier, and the Windward Islands,
where all that the four units
concerned have in cormmon is in
effect a single Governor and a
small nucleus headquarters staff
I have already referred to an
attempt at Federation in the 19th
Century which came to a sticky
end, namely Sir John Pope Hen-
nessey’s attempt of 1876 which
led to disturbances in Barbados
and the local connotation of the
word “federation.”

Looking at the period up to the
end of the 19th Century, it Is
probably true to say that the
main motive for the various
attempts at federation was to
achieve greater administrative
economy and efficiency, and that
there were no strong political or
economic motives at work 1
| does not greatly surprise me As
| a civil servant that these attempts
had but qualified or temporary



showing that to leave the various ant, dry, salubrious, ard not
islands under completely separ- unpleasantly warm climaie of
ate administrations Was not Barbados in which to recover
wholly satisfactory either. Two from the effects of the more

unhealthy climes in which they

usually work and live.”

A further comment which reads
a little ironically to those who
‘work in Hastings House relates to
Antigua:—

One of the greatest draw-
backs to the progress of Anti-
gua has been the lack of water
and severe droughts which have
periodically ogcurred. From
time to time attempts have
been made to solve this knotty
problem but without success.
At the present moment the
whole question is again under
serious consideration and hopes
are at last entertained that some
solution of the difficulty will be
found.”

That is virtually the position
to-day except that the passage of
38 yeays has io some extent weak-
ened Sur optimism.

Murray based his proposals and

t arguments on a study of the eco-

nomic situation and _ potentiali-
ties of the region and the thesis
that more could be made of these

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(success, since I have never ob- through joint action based on a
[ anes that administrative con- federal political structure than
venience, however much desired through independent action or
by the civil servant, is a consid- a@ hoe conferences or .delega-
eration that has had much politi- tions, He concluded his «conomic
| cal or popular appeal, I do not review with a comparison with
‘complain but only note the fact. Newfoundland, then an indepen-
Turning to the 20th Century, dent entity corresponding to
an important change is apparent, dominion status. He pointed out

and here I should explain that I
propose to devote what remains
of this paper mainly to ome
comments on and quotations from
the writings on federation by the
Honourable Gideon Murray (now
the Master of Elibank) who
shortly before the First World
War was Administrator of St.
Vincent i am indebted to the
library of this Society for access

to his writings, which are now
unfortunately very hard to ob-
tain,

Murray, while holding his ofi-
cial post had the leisure and
energy, and was allowed, to put
forware, in an entirely
capacity, proposals for a West
Indian Federation which, together
with his reasons, form a most in-
| teresting comparison with the sit-
uation as it is to-day. His approach
may be summarised in his own
woras as follows

“For what is to be the destiny
of our British West Indian Col-
onies? Are they to remain
single, isolated, disintegrated
| units, each striving to work out
| its own salvation in the haphaz-
ard way that has hitherto been
the case; coming
through delegates when
case demands concerted action
and then only at the last mo-
ment and in a spirit of reluc-
tance and hesitation, like so
many strangers entering into
} negotiations, suspicious ef each
| others’ business intentions and
motives? Or are they to face
modern conditions in a modern
way and to form such a com-
bination amongst themselves
for political and commercial
purposes as will give them that
status in the Empire and the
world that their’ growing im-
portance warrants? The issue
rests tnainly with West Indians
| themsel es,”
| Murray proposed a federation
of the Eastern Group including
British Guiana, bur excluding in
the first place Jamaica and Brit-
ish Honduras as well as_ the
Bahamas and Bermuda—this on
‘account of distance, difference of
interests and tae then difficr ities
of communi..ations. Murray pro-
posed a constitution providing for
a High Commissioner and a single
chamber legislature or council,
to be constituted partly by nom-
ination but as to the majority by
ithe election of representa iives
by the unofficial members of the
participating colony legislatures.
His list of federal functions is
very mach like that proposed by
the Standing Closer Association
Committee in its concentration
on economic, regional and exter-
nal matters. As to finance, he pro-
posed that it should be an article
of the constitution that each par-
ticipating unit should pay annu-
ally to the Federal Treasury a
definite , percentage of its rev-
enues of the preceding year. In
the conditions of the time he did
not think that the High Commis-
sioner would have a full time job,
and he consequently recommend-
ed that the Governor of Trinidad
should act as High Commissioner
for the federation, and that a









private

together
some



that at that time the Colonies
which he suggested should fed-
erate had nearly five times as
many inhabitants as Newfound-
land, that their combined reven-
ues were three times those of
Newfoundland, that their aggre-
gate trade was three times as much,
that their combined areas were
over double that of Newfoundland
and their combined public debt
considerably less.

He deait also with various pos-
sible objections to federation. In
answer to those who sa‘d that
commercial unity was
and attainable without the trouble
and expense of setting up a fed-
eral political structure, he pointed
out the disadvantages of a situa-
tion whereby all material pro-
posals of this kind
referred back to and receive the
sanction of several different gov-

ernments, He dealt also with the j
and his in

subject of conferences,
remarks on this point are of special
interest to a member of an organ-
ization which is I understand in
some quarters thought to organize
and summon conferences for the
sheer fun of the thing. Murray
points out that in the absence of
a federal structure conferences
are assembled as a last resort
after all other means of dealing
vith a problem have been tried
and found wanting, and that they
are consequently oft@ a sign of
1s well as an occasion for delay.
He” pointed out moreover that
unless there was some continuing
orgenization authorised to act in
the name of the region between
conferences, the findings of such
gatherings were apt to drop dead
and to receive scant and inter-
mitten: attention.

Murray dealt also with the
argument that conditions ciffered
between West Indian Colonies and
that there are jealousies and
mistrust to be taken into account.
He agreed that this was so but
pointed out that the same was
true of other federations not only
before but indeed after the insti-
tution of the federal government,
and suggested that the existence
of such differences or indeed jeal-
ousies was no bar to the forming
of a permanent federal organiza-
tion for dealing with important
points of common interest.

Finally, with regard to the argu-
ment that the time was not yet
ripe, Murray contended hir.self

by observing that that was a
matter for which West Indians
would be the best judges, but

pointed out that the tendency
towards larger groupings, and the
emergence of problems requiring
action on a regional basis, were
evident and increasing. He did not,
claim for federation that it would
afford any immediate or direct
economies in administration, but
suggested that the benefits of
prompt and integrated action
would greatly outweigh any such
additional costs.

His concluding words on this
point bear quotations:

“Economy divorced from
efficiency is, it will be admitted,
more detrimental to the deveil-
opment of any State and usually





desirable

had to be

more harmful to it than effici-
ency accompanied by a certan
amount of extravagance. But it
is the attainment of a real
efficiency at an economical cost
at which the West Indies should
aim; not that sort of efficiency. | ¢
however, which is bound by
the horizon of each Colony, or |¢
which is cut off at a point at)
which it could, if given the
opportunity, still further ex-

pand, but an efficiency that will] over 2,000 delegates from local authorities through-
out the British Isles are concerned with one prob-

ef on its strength not only in

thé Colonies of its origin, but}:

also in the Empire and in the
world at large.”

In addition to Murray’s own
writings there is available a most
interesting account of a discussion
following a lecture given by him ,
in London jn 1911. The occasion |

cerned directly with the British Isles but many of
the problems were applicable
those areas.



- Eastbourne Health
Congress

(From Our London Correspondent)



LONDON, April 28th.
FROM Bermuda to Belgium, from Port of Spain
o Pakistan, delegates arrived at the quiet Sussex

seaside town ot Eastbourne this week to attend |,

he Health Congress of the Royal Sanitary Insti- |/
ute. ;

These annual meetings which are attended by

em—world health. ‘
Much of the working of the congress was con~

for delegates from

In addition, the congress afforded the overseas

was a meeting sponsored by_the delegates an opportunity to get together and dis-
West India aaseninaans at rich cuss problems peculiar to their own areas and to

Murray outlined a
federation and the arguments
which I have very briefly sum-
marised above. In that discus-
sion, the Chairman, Sir Owen
Phi'lips, expressed interest, em-
phasised the need for a scheme of
federation to emanate from the
people themselves, dwelt on the
difficulties and doubted whether
any material advantage would
result from a federal organization
as distinct from attempts to
assimilate laws and_ practice in
various matters without setting
up a political superstructure.

Mr. J. Rippon followed the
same line of argument, and the
Ear! of Dundonald also deprecated
any proposal which would add to
the existing cost of administra-
tion) The remarks of Mr. George
Carrington of Barbados are I
think, worthy of quotation almost
in full, He spoke as follows: —

“| |. the last Governor to

touch upon this subject burnt
his fingers and we Barbadians}
helped to burn them ed
I agree that we should certainly
have one of His Majesty’s ships
for at ‘east two months of the
year in the West Indies, In one}
thing I think all Barbadian will |
bear me out, and that is





that}
the Headquarters for this H gh]
Commissioner should be in Bar-
bados. Mr. Murray has pointed
out how practically all the con-
ferences for uniting the West
Indies have taken place at
Barbados and there is a geo-
graphical reason. Agan, the
Governor of Barbados. who has}
a strong legislature to look “an



affairs has nothing to do and
would have time for such
work! .. . . At the present time
we are drifting away from this
country (i.e. the United K’ng-
dom) to other markets such as
Canada and our sa'vation must
come from Canada and we wish
many of us to be bound more
closely to Canada, and it seems
to me that the only object of
federation would be that we
should put ourselves in a position
to talk of a proposed combine
with Canada. In that way we
should secure markets at any
rate for sugar preducers in the
West Indies. I feel that there
is very little to be gained by
federation for any other object
than gaining better markets.”

And here is a final quotation

from Murray. He wrote:

“There is a time that comes
every man’s life when, if
success is to be his he must take
his destiny in both hands and
shape its course. That particu-

_ lar period in the life of the

‘West Indies has arrived. A
policy of drift is and always has
been a policy of weakness and
of inefficiency. Too much stress
cannot be laid upon the impor-
tance of the co-operation and
sympathy of the West Indian
people in any scheme of federa-
tion, . .But someone must
take the initiative, otherwise we
will once more experience the
situation which is not infre-
quently exempl'fied in the atti-
tude of the various Colonies
towards each other or, common

affairs, and which is so wart
expressed in the old rhyme: —

“Lord Chatham with his
sword undrawn,
Is waiting for Sir Richard
Strachan;
Sir Richard, longing to be at
‘em,
Is waiting for the Earl of
Chatham.”

With these observations, writ~
ten by Murray in 1912, I con-
c‘ude my own. It, has not been
my purpose to* make any com-
ment on what views West
Indians should form on the pro-
posals now before them, but if
in this review I have put the
question of ‘federation into some
sort of perspective and thereby
assisted anyone to see it in the
light of history and experience
I shall be more than satisfied.

Editor's Note: The above extract

is taken from a talk on “Fed-
eration” given by Mr. C. ¥.
Carstairs, C.M.G., to the mem-

of the prerequisites of Federa-
tion in a give group of com-
munities, and the factors
which predispose people to

remarks on Federation

the West Indies (reproduced
above). The earlier parts of
Mr. ’ Jecture will be
published im the “Sunday
Advocate”.

a ee oe

Trinidad; Mr. A. F. Hewitt, Port of Spain;

scheme of| compare notes on improving health standards.

Prominent among the delegates was Doreen

Landreth-Smith, Medical Officer of Health for San
Fernando, Trinidad.

She is in England on a course
and attended the congress as one of the four
delegates from the West Indies. The others were
Mr. S. Moosai-Maharaj, Health Education meet.
an

C. R. Subryan, Acting Deputy-Director of Medical
Services, British Guiana.

Dr. Landreth-Smith advanced the view that the
best method of ensuring health improvement was
by education and training. She advocated, where
possible, closer association between school child-
ren, school doctors, nurses and parents.

“Tf people do not understand about diet and
disease they will not know how to prevent it”, she
said, “But if they can be made to realise that
prevention is better than cure, then improvement
in health is bound to follow.”

Mr. Arthur White, Senior Health Inspector,
Hongkong, explained the difficulties confronting
the authorities in the country A population of
three quarters of a million pre-war had expanded
to two and a half million bringing with it fresh
problems of housing, feeding and sanitation.

He also stressed the great importance of preven-
tion and spoke of the problems facing the Hong-
kong authorities in keeping clear the illegal
squatter areas set up by Chinese refugees frora
the mainland.

During
delegates,
heard,

a course which lasted four days, the
divided into twelve different sections,
read and discussed forty-two papers deal-




















ing with such diverse subjects as preventive medi- |!

eine, housing and tropical

hygiene.

town planning and

There were special meetings for sanitary inspec-
tors, medical officers of health, engineers and
surveyors and health visitors. Special films were
shown during the week and in addition a series
of visits to Sussex hospitals, housing schemes and
public works and factories were arranged for the
delegates

Lord De La Warr, President of the congress, told
the delegates that bad housing was one of the
major causes of bad health. It led not only to
insanitary overcrowding but almost equally impor-
tant, to family rows, irritations, the break-up of
marriages and mental anxiety.

The congress also heard Sir Allen Daley, Medi-

cal Officer of Health for London County Council,

speaking about the British National Health Ser-

vice, refer to the staggering cost of the curative
with the relative

side of the service compared
cheapness of prevention, whick was more impor-
tant.

es

F EDERATION IN THE Overseas Visitors At
WEST INDIES |

|
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There are film stars with long faces, publicity
agents with noses out of joint and harassed Lon-
don Transport officials in London this week. Scot-
land Yard has been called in, the Ministry of
works, and two London Chambers of Commerce

consulted — all because of one small
name is Brumas. _

This four months’ old Polar bear cub ha

the subject of a special conference at the ee
Park Zoo. Hundreds of workers from nearby fac-
tories have complained that Brumas-queues pre-
vent them from getting on buses at “peak” hours
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salujion. But a Gelegate from the Marylebone
Chamber of Commerce reg:stered a vote of thanks
to Brumas for bringing so many tourists.

Brumas has earned more fame
i mor than a

Lond lon Zoo celebrity. As a crowning dacs ae
has just been voted “Public Personality Number

ne”. Miss Moira Lister, the film star, was a poor
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pb: Govt.
E. D. Mottley (E} in the

hados General Hospital.
wission on the matter sta

of

éolony”.
F. E. Miller (L) who spoke
Mr. Mottley agreed that the
was a sad one and suggested
it could Le further discussed
Tuesday. He then moved the
t of the debate and the
qvas carried.
Mottley said that less than
ago, he stood on the floor
House to defend then, the
ot a West Indian Civil Serv-
the person of Colonel Duke
manner in which the Gov-
took upon himself to call for
; ition.
did he think that the
occasion would have arisen so
soon to draw to the attention of
the House that the method of
handling Colonials in the service
this country was far from
satisfactory.
id colonials because he
Dr. Ashby had been
Colonial, if that treat-
have been meted out

a

the debate, he would

to show that Dr. Ashby,

i a Barbadian, was qualified at one
Â¥



‘the ancient Universities in the
a Kingdom as a Medical




















































i

many Barbadians, he re-
d to his home to give the
of his skill to his fellow
nt an. He worked at the
Hospital during the war
rs and was finally appointed as
ting Surgeon in 1948.

come straight to the point,
were terminated at the
| of March. No reasuns were

n and it could only be felt
had been dismissed.
Mottley satd he wanted to}
lus position clear. He was
“saying whether Dr. Ashby’s|
nis was justifiable or not,
|. what he was saying was that
aecerdance with the elementary
of British justice, the
ctor should be given an oppor~
tunity of knowing the allegations
against and given an oppor-
~ tunity to defend himself.

It would be obvious to honour-
able memibers when he would have
ead the communications which
Me - between Government and

. Ashby that he was denied that
tight. He was further saying that
ifthe doctor was found guilty, of
negligence, inefficiency or anything
which caused patients to suffer or
for the hospital to be held up for
tidicule, then by aii means dis-
miss him, But he should be first
_ fiven a chance to know the

chal against him in order that
could defend nimself as there
always two sides to a case.
He considered the matter very
portant and far reaching. He
â„¢ had spoken to many of the Visiting

Surgeons of the Hospital and he
could say that there was not a
happy feeling among them as to
how a professional

brother had

_ teen treated. Many of them had

telephoned hi and requested
that he take the matter up in the

_ House. Let them take the argument

of the Government that the

doctor was not dismissed but that
his services were terminated. Was
it not strange that with the

; of doctors in the island, }
a the shortage of doctors on
Hospital staff and with the
hospital waiting list of
its for operations, that the
ent should terminate the
of an experienced sur-
eon? He did not think that was
800d enough and the House would
be fooled with that.

Was the people that mattered
he feared that if the medical
of the Hospital felt that their

» *etvices could be ‘terminated at
_ %y minute, without being given

ty reasons, it would suppose to|

_ Teflect on the people.

_ He felt that the least the Gov-
@mment could do would be to
have an enquiry and he hoped

' When the House was finished

_ dealing with the matter, an in-

.+ Would be instituted.

Fr lot ory dig the Seearornsnt
Ba n refusing to hear Dr.

_ Ashby’s side of the question,

but they were most cruel and
Unkind to Mr. Pilgrim whose
had lost a baby in the
_in refusing to allow

. nan to investigate his





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rs ablind man could see
the communication be-
- Pilgrim and Govern-
t every attempt was
stifle the matter sur-
nding Dr. Ashby’s dismissal.
He knew that was the preroga-
fe of the Governor and the
rv alone. He was in sym-
“Y with him because it had all
Meee? When he was in the
2 ry less than. two months. It
et be Obvious that he had been
tour advised, but surely, he
5 not imagine the senior
_ Rem for St. Thomas, Dr.
hs, being a member of the
; ave ~~ oe experienced
a Honer, not drawing forcibly
. the mernor's 2 attention the
: co! lone if the
a Was not cleared up.
Finally Would ask honour-
‘Members to say that from
of the communications
one Dr. Ashby was not
be reinstated but for an
to clear his professional

corres

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tr

eS

heard it said sotte voce
that the matter had
— the House but
al was that every-
Barbados concerned the
bly and if it was
le a member of the
peak on matters of that
d do so whether it
berter, labourer, nurse,
‘my employee of the
. it who could not speak
in lf.
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a
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correspondence
put in by Mr

‘Onial Secretary's Office
Barbados,



18. 1. 5
| TRE AER se ett a
mor am directed by the Gov-
Srvices 8ive you notice that your
Surge aS an Assistant Visiting
will _ at the General Hospit
oy mt be required after the 31
March, 1850, and Dis
*, Herefore termi b



surgeon Must Quit

Vv criticised Government for what he called the di
of Dr. A. S. Ashby from the Surgeon staff of the

i eieciceersdeeionat

a



Criticised
House of Assembly yesterday, |

c
S-

rted when Mr. Mottley moved

ent of the House for five minutes to consider
‘matter of importance which affects the general service

effect from the lst of April, 1950.

I am,
Sir, }
Your obedient servant, |
(signed) P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary. |
Dr. A. S. Ashby,



Passage Road,
St. Michael,
20. 1. 50

SIR,—I am in receipt of your
communication of the 16th inst.
giving me notice that my services
as an Assistant Visiting Surgeon
of the General Hospital will not
be required after the 3lst March,
1950.

I note that I have been afforded
no explanation for my somewhat
peremptory dismissal.

I served the Hospital rs a House
Surgeon from 1938-1940 and again
from 1943-1946 at some sacrifice
to my private practice during the
war years when doctors were not
easily available. My work was
rewarded by my appointment: to
the post of Assistant Visiting
Surgeon in 1948,

As far as I am aware, the only
cause for dissatisfaction arose out
of a recent incident involving one
of my frivate patients at the
Tercentenary Ward of the General
Hospital, who was delivered of a
baby without medical supervision.

The child died some few hours
after its birth.
In an interview on 20. 12. 49

with the Chief Medical Officer, I
explained fully to him that—

(a) I had not been informed that
the patient was in labour.

I only omitted to see the
patient on the assurance of |
the Night Superintendent, |
who is also a midwife; that
both mother and child were
in good condition,

Whilst I cannot believe that a
single incident can nullify years of
faithful service, I am quite un-
aware of anything else that can
have been held against me.

(b)

I have worked as a House
Surgeon under Dr. A. G. Bancroft
in his vapacity as

Surgeon, and as Assistant Visiting
Surgeon to Dr. H. E. Skeete,
Visiting Surgeon. In addition the
majority of my service as a House
Surgeon was during the tenure of
office of Dr. J. A. A. Kernahan,
Medical Superintendent. These
two gentlemen are in thé Coiuny
and have no adverse criticisms to
offer either as regards my con-
scientiousness or my efficiency.

A dismissal of this nature is not |

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merely removal from post, it
carries with it the severest, impii-
cations involving professional

conduct and integrity.

I respectfully ask that this mat-
ter be referred back to His
Excellency the Governor for his
kind consideration.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) A. S. ASHBY,
Assistant Visiting Surgeon.
Hon, P. F. Campbell O.B.E.

Colonial Secretary’s Office,



Barbados,
1.2.50.
Sir,—I am directed to inform

you that your letter of the 20th of
January, 1950, has been placed be-
fore the Governor, and that the
question of the termination of
your appoiniment as Assistant
Visiting Surgeon at the General
Hospital has been given further
und most anxious consideration.
His kExcellency has reviewed
earefully and in detail all the rele-
vant circumstances affecting this
matter and has given special
weight and emphasis to the facts
and arguments set forth in your
letter of the 20th of January, 1950.
Nevertheless, His Excellency is of
the opinion that there are not suf-
ficient grounds for withdrawing
ihe notice communicated to you in
my letter of the 16th of January,
and accordingly your appointment
will terminate on the Ist of April,
1950 in accordance with the terms
of that notice.
I am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,

(Signed) P. F. CAMPBELL,

Aating Colonial Secretary.
Dr. A. S. ASHBY,

Passage Road,
St. Michael,

9.2.50.
Sir,--I have to acknowledge re-
ceipt of your letter of the Ist

Februazy, 1950,

IT am certain that His Excellency
is not in possession of all the facts
of the case, and as my professional
reputation may be involved I have
to ask that he order an enquiry to
be instituted in the matter of a
case connected with a Mrs. Pil-
grim, a patient in Hospital whose
infant, born there, died in Septem-
ber last; so that the matter may
be gone into in full, and so that I
may have the opportunity of
showing that no blame whatever
enn be attached to me.

I have reason to believe that
the Chief Medical Officer has been
misinformed and I have had no
opportunity of ¢ ‘fronting the
person who has given this wrong
information,

I should be glad of an early re-
ply.

1 am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) A. S. ASHBY,
Assistant Visiting Surgeon.
Hon. P. F. Campbell, 0.B.E.
Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Barbados.
13.2.50.
reference to your

Sir,— With

letter of the 9th of February, 1950,

are

}

you
it wouic

th



unde _
n the
thi

would

been di
vice of the Hospital
in fact, the case,

be reasonable for you

have



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if
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Vestries May —
Get New
Lease Terms

A Vestry may soon be able tc
lease land for a period not exceed-
ing twenty-one years instead of
the one-year period it is now
allowed.

The House of Assembly at their |
meeting yesterday passed a Reso-
lution to this effect .The Resolution
pointed out that any such lease
shall be binding on the successive
vestries of a parish.

The addendum to
tion states:

the Resolu-

“At present it is the practice t
Pass a special Act on every occa-
sion when a Vestry wishes to lease
land for a period exceeding one
year. This procedure is unwieldy
particularly when a number of
Vestries wish to enter into leases
as is the case at present in con-
nection with the provision of play-
ing fields from Labour Welfare
Fund moneys Accordingly it is
proposed, under the provisions of
section 2 (1) (c) of the Vestrie:
(Amendment) No. 5 Act, 1942
(which enables a Vestry to exer-
cise such powers as -the Legisla-
ture may approve by special reso-
lution), to give Vestries the power
to enter into long-term Ieases not
exceeding twenty-one years which
shall be binding on the successive
Vestries of the. parishes.”

The passing of the Resolution
was moved by Mr. G. H. Adams
(L.) and seconded by Mr. M. E
Cox (L.).

Speaking of the acquiring of
playing fields, Mr, Fred Goddard
(E.) said that many owners of land
would be willing to lease land to
Vestries for playing fields at very
nominal rents, but the one-year
period for a Tease with which @
Vestry was empowered was not
agreeable to owners. The only
alternative at times was that of
purchasing the land and Govern-
ment did not let them know what
monies were available until re-
cently No headway had been
made with regard to playing fields
other than those of St. Michael.

He welcomed the Resolution
especially for the effect it would
have in the acquiring of land ‘or
playing fields.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C.) said tha
he was glad the Resolution had
come before the House because the
Vestries had been having a very
embarrassing time. The Resolution
would now make possible the en-
tering of Vestries into long-term
agreements with landowners, a
very woryiwhile thiag, especially
where playing fields were con-
cerned

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E.) ques-
tioned the necessity of restricting
the period to twenty-one years.
He then said that it must be borne
in mind that the statutory boards
of Vestries had to carry out a
great deal of the social work in
the various parishes, and he was
wondering if the powers as em-
bodied in the Resolution would be
passed on to these boards.

He commended the Government
however, for the action they had
taken and thought it was a very
wise thing they had done.

Mr. O. T. Allder (L.) said that
in the rural parishes it was going
to be found very difficult to get
suitable land in a central area for |
a playing field. He was very
doubtful that Jandowners were
more eager to lease than sell lana
te Government, and they did not
know how much money a piece of
land situated where the people
could really make the most use of
it, would cost.

One of the problems to bear in
mind was that as regards a lease
the owner of the land at some time
or other may not wantto extend
the lease, That was a serious mat-
ter for consideration. for he felt
that playing fields should be per-
manent just as parks were.

He felt that if they were going
to have playing fields the matter
should be gone into more deeply.
He thought the Government should
review the situation and before
entering into any agreement make
sure they do not suffer from any
disability as regards these playing
fields.

nn te SSS SSNS
ge ae te a ee saa



Mr. Adams (L.) said that any
land for a playing field that might
be bought with money from the
Labour Welfare Fund would be
owned by Government but that
the administration and mainten-
ance would be left in the hands
of the Vestry.

The twenty - one - year period
limit was only for the time being
but when the Maude Report was
passed it may be decided to put
that at ninety-nine years.

Mr. Adams pointed out that the
Resolution had te do primarily
with playing fields but it would
enable a Vestry to lease land for
any other purpose,



11 to Study
SCAC Report

THE House of Assembly vester-
day appointed a Select Committee
to consider a draft reply to the
Governor's Message inviting the
views of the House on the recom-
mendations contained in the Re-
ports of the British Caribbean
Standing Closer Association Com-
mittee, and of the Commission on
the Unification of the Public
Services in the British Caribbean
Area.

Members comprising the Com-
mittee are, Mr. G. H. Adams, Mr.
F. L. Walcott; Mr. A. E. S. Lewis;
Mr. R. G. Mapp; Mr. W. A. Craw-
jsord; Mr, iw. D. Garner; Mr.
J. &. T. Brancker; Mr. E. K.
Walcott; Mr. W. W. Reece; Mr.
J. H. Wilkinson. His Honour the
Speaker coisented to be associated
with the Committee.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PROMOTED

SUPT. E. B. GRANT

Chief Inspector E. B. Grant has
been appointed Superintendent of
Police, according to an official
release.

The announcement said:

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has approved of the
appointment of Chief Inspector
E. B. Grant to the post of Sup-
erintendent of Police, Barbados,
with effect from the ist of May,
1950.

IN THE HOUSE

At yesterday’s meeting of the House of
Assembly, Mr. G. H. Adams laid the fol-
lowing :
Message No, 16/1950 from His Excellen-

the Governor to the Honourable the
House of Assembly inviting the views of
the Honourable House on the recommen-
dations contained in the Reports of the
British Caribbean Standing Closer Asso
ciation Committee and of the Commission
on the Unification of the Public Services
in the British Caribbean Area.

Message.No, 18/1950 from His Excellen-
ey the Governor to the Honourable the
House of Assembly informing the Hon-
ourable House that in accordance with
the provisions of the Executive Commit-
tee Act, 1891, he has appointed Mr. G. H
Adams, Dr. H. G. Cummins, Mr, M
Cox and Mr. F. L. Waicott to be mem-
bers of the Executive Committee
Message No. 19/1950 from His Excellen-

the Governor to the Honourable the



ey

ey
House of Assembly informing the Hon
ourable House that he has considered in
Executive Committee the recommenda-
tions of the Hallinan Report on the
General Hospital and forwards for the
information of the Honourable House 4
Schedule setting out those recommenda-
tions that have been accepted by the
Government and those recommendation
upon which a decision has been deferred

Statement showing the Gross Customs
and Excise Receipts for eleven months
ended 28th February, 1950

Annual Report on Barbados for 1948

The following Notices were given

Dr. Cummins: Resolution to sanction
the Order made by the Governor-in-Exe-
cutive Committee under section 4 of the
Shops Act, 1945,

Mr. Walcott; Resolution to approve the
Regulations entitled “The Parking and
Restricted Places (Amendment) Regula-
tions 1950" made by the Director of High
ways and Transport on the 25th Febru-
ary, 1950, under the provisions of section



7 of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic |

Act, 1937 (1937-16) as amended by the

Department of Highways and Transport |

Act, 1945 (1945—12) and approved
sanctioned by His Excellency the
ernor on the 18th March, 1950,

Mr. Adams: Notice of a Bill to amend
the Representation of the Peoples Act

The House passed a Resolution to make
it lawful for a vestry to lease land in
its parish for any parish not exceeding
21 years.

The House began and adjourn a debate
initiated by Mr. E. D. Mottley relative to
the dismissal of Dr, Ashby from the Sur
geon Staff of the General Hospital.

The House passed a Reply to the Gov-
ernor’s Message No./0/1950, The Reply
informed the Governor that the exten-
sion of the Economic Co-operation Agree-
ment between the Governments of the
U.K. and the U.S.A, should apply to Bar-
bados, and that the Barbados Govern-
ment should remain a party to the
Agreement

A Select Committee was appointed to
reply to the Governor's Message relating
to the report of the Standing Closer As-
sociation Committee report of the
Commission on the Unification of Public
Services in the Caribbean Area

and
Gov




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‘}in to the store after Skeete and| ‘Tee to rescue him,



E }

Intended te Buy:
Then Stole

GLADSTONE SKEETE, a 33
year-o’d mason of Clapham was
found guilty of stealing $4 irom
Whitfield Best, and one plastic
belt valued at 59 cents trom W. A.
Griffith. Both offences were com-!
mitted on April 29. PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2.

Mr. A. J. 4. Hanschell yester- Soogiah Samlul, 22-year-old
day sentenced him to six months'} mother of Bonne Aventure Road,
imprisonment. He appealed. Gasparilla, South Trinidad, gave

P.C. 299 Blackman said on April] her life to save her only child, a
29 he saw Skeete enter Griffith’s| ‘hree-year-cld boy on Sunday,
store. Island constable Ifill went] When she dashed below a falling







Mother Dies
To Save Her
Only Son

FROM FALLING TREE

»

The boy and his cousin were
reported to have been playing
near fs which a neers
; was felling. Seeing his danger,
the belt Skeete had stolen. Soogiah went to the rescue and

Snatched Wallet succeeded in pulling the child

When Best took out his wallet] from under the falling branches,
to pay, Skeete snatched it and ran} but. she was herself struck and
away. He was later arrested and| died soon after being taken to the
taken to the Central Station where} San Fernando Hospital.
he was charged, The boy's playmate was

P.C. 387 Seibert Waldron —/ %#ruck, and suffered bruises
keeper of the criminal records—| is forehead and body.
told the court that he knovs —Can. Press

|
Skeete. He said that Skeete has
4. Fishermen |
|
|

was told that Skeete had stolen a
plastic belt. Soon after Best came
in and offered to pay Griffith for

also |
on



16 previous convictions for larceny
and on the tast conviction he was
Disappear
POLICE SUSPECT CRIME

sentenced to six months’ imprison-
ment by His Worship Mr. H. A.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2,
Police suspect a felony com-!
mitted regarding the recent dis-
appearance of four Port-of-Spain
fishermen. ;

Talma for stealing cloth valued)
at 6/- from the Royal Store in

High Street on October 24, 1949.

When asked if he had anything
to say, Skeete bluntly denied that
he did any stealing and claimed
that he was in Griffith’s store
looking at articles that he intended
buying from there.

9



Reported found in a_ boat n|
which two missing men left on
STOLE PINE: 30/- April 20, the outboard motor ano
° seine which was in their posses
sion when they left
SYDNEY HOLDER, a 23-year- A police part; on Sunday

old labourer of Station Hill was |
found guilty of stealing two pieces
pot pine valued at 6/-, the property
,of the Barbados Cotton Faciory,|
:on May 1.

Mr. E. A. McLeod, Magistrate oi
District “A”, ordered him to pay
a fine of 30/- in one month, or in
default, one month's imprison-
| ment,

arrested and charged a young man
with unlawful possession
The other two missing men left
on a fishing expedition on April 13
~Can, Press,

Rance Gets
Civie W eleome
In Port-of-Spain

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2



BODILY HARM: 25/- |

| WILLIAM RYAN of Bay Street Governor Sir Hubert Ran:«
lwas fined 25/- by His Worship] assured the Port-of-Spain Ci

Mr. D. D. Morris yesterday for in-! Council yesterday that he wouid
flicting bodily harm on Margaret! do his utmost to maintain th:

Griffith on April 22. spirit of goodwill and co-operation
He was given an alternative of| existing between Central
;one month's imprisonment. Municipal Governments, when
| and Lady Rance were given a Civic

| welcome
Alderman Norman
‘Mayor, in his address
40/- | recalled the fact that when Rance
predecessor Governor Sir Joh
A fine of 40s. to be paid in 28|Shaw took over his Governorshin», }
days or one month’s imprisonment ; there existed “almost open
| was imposed on Garret Beckles of | hostility between the Council anv

| St. Philip yesterday by His Wor-| the Government”, and he credited

and





| DANGEROUS
| __ RIDING;

Tang, tt
of welconx



ship Mr. A, J. H. Hanschell, |Shaw with having initiated the
| He was found guilty of riding | present cordial relations.

| the bicyele M-4739 in a dangerous The formal ceremony lasted
j;manner on Mapp Hill Road or |15 minutes and Mrs. Almandoz
| March 17. | wife of the Deputy Mayor presen-

| ted Lady Rance with a bouquet in

the absence of the Mayoress, wh«

was suffering from. measles.
—Can. Press.



Cost of Living
Up Two Points

|
THE Cost of Living Index figure |
at the end of February, 1950, was |

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1939.

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THE PUBLIC are hereb, mare . Youthful
again giving credit "toms" wit ‘ In Carlisle Bay » °¢ 2
: IN PORT vi. \ D’Ortac net apt Ke S 1 ‘
FOR RENT Ide en BARKER \(nee JORDAN) as | 2N PORT. MV. eS oe ue. Sie ae i '
Week Sun in neneua ; nyself responsible for hez | ; W. Smith e Sch . fr : q
a. ial debts in - Bike pense g Soaps saritton | Everdenc h. Emanuel Gordon, Sch at et, Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny ‘
= i unles a written | , : our s s nearly 5 ! ’ A =
j MOUSES order signed by me. | Rimeline. sich. Lady Nosigen. Sch. Molly ica. | eeainn ane pored where garum, Bale American Doctor’s
| see Sed. CHARLES CLEMENT BARKER, | © a Ge ties tener aes from St. Vincent, ¢ | Rd cause terrible Itching, Cracking Strengthens Blood, Nerves,
| | HOUSE—ATHLONE-on-Se, Sth Avenue Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Freedom Jay, 46 tons net, Capt. P : eeling, Burning, Acne,
2 03 | From Ist May, 1950. Contnne aut New Orleans i Flesry, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sen. Eastern Taicta ears | Ringworm, | Puoriasis, Blackheads, | Body, 7 Brain, Mus-
| Flats—smaller of which has 3 bedrooms 2.5.50—2n. p Ex Sch. Mermaid C. Sch. Emeralda f ishes “Ordinary teentmenth give only cles, and j
} Gach with wash basin, dining room,| |S E. M. Tannis DEPARTURES temporary relief be se they do not Than Gland
ni | comeané, room, Gallery and all modern} THE PUBLIC are hereby warned | » ARRIVALS _ Schooner Alexandrina R., 31 tt e'.] kill the germ cause, The new discov- 3
€ | conveniences Th en 1e Schooner Whnderful CG Mor, 38 Capt. Smith, fur St. Lu > 11 Thanks to the of an Americen a
: I bedrooms, a e larger flat has 5| @&ainst giving credit to my wife CON i Tt ex ery, Nixederm, Mills the gurme tn 1 Doctor, it is now for those who ;
a aoe * rawing rv s r f 7 minutes and ls guaranteed to give 5
ee ening: Soom, © 2 room,|STANCE LOUISE BAYLFY e ei 2 t 7 ntoed to give 0" | feel prematurely old, Run-down 5
et sectric light, telepnone is at pres- | BRATHWAITE) as I do not hold myself IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST ST ATION & 80 ar, attractive, smooth skin | Worn-out, to experience again the of 4
{ installed, servant room z res } pe ss 7 2 — < - - in one week, or money back on return ‘
-08 1 | Pione 2085 m and Garage sponsible for her or anyone else con- Cat and W (WI) Ltd, advise S.S. Calliroy, S.S. Nidardal, S.S. A: . Youthful Vigour, Ambition, and Vitality. 3
eet ®. Mrs. C. C. Clarke tracting any debt or debts in my name | that they can now communicate with the SS Loide Argent oe ri of empty package. Get guaranteed This great discovery, which fs a sim ei
| 2 mb Be . r or a vOW communicate wi the 5.8. Loide, Argentina, S.S. Cabo $ Nixoderm from your chemist todayand home atment and can be used iy é
| 4.50—2n i y Cameron order signed by me oll ne ships through their Barbados §.S. Cavina, S.S. Alsudan, S.S remove the by anyone, quickly brings a surplus of vi- a
BUNG:, TON C. BAYLEY, Station Cavalier, S.S. Scottish Mt Nixod rm sal Cause and ¢ i 5
Ae Sed peed, oe Parininty RINE sea mai Mill Yard, Brittons Hit) |. . ae ss Macmaccin, G&S. teate Mee ae e sft tee @n ability to enjoy the pleasures d
e ‘ ’ All comf w fay ist St. Michae.i .°3 ormacklark, S.S. Lady Nelson, Master, SS. Mariat, S.S. Gulfbir No longer ts ft necessary suffer "
a | showers, telephanes "eae ane 2.5.50 an ae oe S, Thaumastus, $.S, Esito, President Meny, $$ "Rufine, r For Skin Troubles tubo, from Loss of Vigour and Min a i
08 16 | phone 2949 . erandahs Te hia iatiaie dia S.S. Be S.S. Sana, 5.5. Mormacdawn, Creek, S.S. Willemstad, SS Memory and Rody, Nervousness, ure iB
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bene e r, S.S. Norfolk, $.S. Th i Jam », 8 Sun_Avis, 8.8. 8: t ead You inerely this mn
RES @0c.| FLAT: Upstairs flat wi chet QRUBUIC are hereby warned Santarem, $8 Raban, SS Subiewsl, So. See eudee. SS. Sun Avis, SS. Sunwhit, ° home treatment a few days and you will i
Hh th 3 bedrooms nst gi a 5 unjewel, : Dauphine s.s Polytrader, St
ining water in each F r siving credit to my wife ELSIE Alcoa Puritan, $.S. Sagona, SS. Florida Caribstar, S.S. Auricul ADVERTISE t avs find that your vigour is restored. mes. ;
| particulars Dial sage or further] PILESN THOMPSON (nee Hinkson) as | : meres . 25 — Cus +60 q p y ter what your ase you will find that yor,
3696. 1 do not hold myself maitite for her| gland activity and force is incrensed =
Tespo: e 1" will St
| %.4.50—t.f.n.|or. anyone else contracting any debt or mee "9 and restored, You find youthful S 3
ny at his! residence debts in my name unless by a written cal power in this which ;
St, John. PRINCE AL- | , ANGE COOL ROOM—S8.00 per month | °Tder signed by me aA ' 3SS99599595 5599951955594 } Gedy Gerhe neath ine cnet’ cna chalien simple 8
; leaves his late! Apply: Miss Shepherd, | Sunny ; Sed. WALTER I : ; absolute . 18 the
he fi Black nny Side iz THOMPSON, - ” as This simple home treatmen in pleasant | o¢
Bare tip cltlock this evening | Hlack Rock a eee ARRIVALS By B.W.LA.L Prem: Dethacare WE ARE OFFERING... easy-to-take tablet form and thousands an fmerican » Tt is 5
af John's Parish Chureh, ONE LARGE HOUnE oe | hi Prom Trinidad P. Hunte, N tr wise Eee " 5 ' whe have used it say that tt is far better cea to eee
riends are invited. aaa and Apartment 2.5.50—2n _ Davie eacon, Ernest Turpin, Pamela Hunte, Mr. J. Cyrus, Mr. M. Man : HEL BADMINTON an any other me . cause of its remarkable
In. Pee Peach oy tie see’ OG Lawrence, titty furnished, | miesece Taitt, Vivien De Verteuil, Bridget O' W. Drawner, Mstt R Humpheon met in NERNEY Works in 24 Hours are now distributed by cherish ite’ on
Tleen (children). , | Dia 7 25.4.50-t fn ws + : : Toole, Peter Coakes, Mary Hussey, Adam M. Kirton, Mra. M. Berry, Miss M Thi medical discovery, known as | Ger & guarantee of satisfaction. ;
3 ——$_—__ 4.08 tn 7 PUBLIC are hereby warned! Richard, Jean Taylor, Michael Rodriguez. Huarte. Mr. D. Marshall, Miss W. Watt b he been tested by th in | Por
MAR fainst giving credit to my wife CLOS-| Elizabeth Preece. Ju vr ae a igs t Vi-Tabs, has been iy with stinene not experiment
KHAM—On the Sea Hasti SIN . ° Preece, Judith Baker wright America and has achieved results that que wv
furnished or unfurnished 3 bere | INA BATSON (nee Mason) as I do| beth Baker, Peter Knowles, Ethel Reid. From La Guaira seem almost miraculous. It has conquered and irritating to the 7
with all modern convenie: 3 bedrooms} "ot hold myself responsible for her or! L« slie Reid. Arice Rollwey, Peter Farah, Lionel ~ Alfred Nelsc M X obstinate cases that had defied all other | &2¢ system. Vi-Tebs not only have §
stalled for cooking. Apple. Biilee 2, | 2nyone else contracting any debt or| Charles Fisher, Nigel Butt. Dorothy (Nelson M sition Anne. be y treatment, It has rescued the from | Proved their sterling worth by helping
Fastings. * Apply: Elise Court,| tebts in my name unless by a written| Smythe, Alfred Andrews,. Patrick ©’ Roberto Maneiski, Denis’ Maneiski. W % premature old age and debility. It has | Millions of it are guaranteed in
28.4.50—t.f.n.| order signed by me connor Peter Oconnor, Helen Packer, liam Schmid Cree x made older men as as new, Tt has Re tent particular case. Put Vi-Tabs to i
Se RESIWENCE From lat May oe Sed. RAWLE C. BATSON, Stewart Nock, Marler: Fulton, Johann From Jamaica 8 Drogen’ Dapp ines Ee een, oP nee ree 7
r1 Minor echanicatly | 5» ~w 4 Ist May upstairs Industry Hall Fulton, Belinda Rus 2 > Jos ; , ! g
3 Swe sa ' ) 5 4 t, Diana Rust, Anne eph Blackman alt o € f
$160.00. Apply Proyres- ; nd e Teekna 2 Bedrooms, Drawing St. Philip Fullerton, Alar Barnarae. Vingenh Col. Thomas Wonder, Geottry i ittle Rev % oe lite. And the easy of h ws ‘abs a 3
Ltd. Dial 4597. Very cool and alte aie uet: Bath. 2.5.50-—2n,} lier, Johanna Boyle, Janetie Buchanan, James Irneg R markable discovery is that and vitali :
3.5.59—2n CMces z airy: Also suitable fo: Foan Pringle, Camille Rodriguez, Sonia DEPARTURES—By B.W_I.A X : —_ it brin; results so | *
ces Immediate : ee k . l . eS ,
THANI BROS Dial Possession. Apply THE PUBLIC are hereby warned| ®°driguez, Kathleen Pratt, Marilyn Lobo Fo: Trinidad % VRE quickly, Im 24 hours
eee Morxis Minor tourer. low! oy 4158 on Sundays. Business hours | against giving credit to my wife CLA.| @!chard Lobo, Kathleen 'Clerk-Sj-encer, Mr. Gerald Hunte, Mr. Charles E X you can see and feel
: Sinton, Roori ie pene | eee 3.5.50—4.f.n. | DORA NICHOLLS (nee Devonish) as 1] J2™¢€s Clerk-Spencer, Barry Carr-Brown, lish, Mr. Joseph Chase, Mrs. Gert % Se provement nd within
Rooms, Hardwood ; . 1 t t = sponsible for her| J2â„¢es Stanley, John Merry, Anne Birch, O'Reilly, Mr. Joseph O'Reilly. Mc P % =
daily 8 e.m. to 123 noon.| ;, WESTMONT — Worthing. 3 Bedroom- bac ae on as es Nes Marion Archer, David Archer, David Ross, Mrs. Eth ne seeacinn Mr Ss * ’ TIA r ih y fone week it will literal- | lent da
= 3.8.80—sn | House. From Jane ist. Phone 4117/ or debts in, my name unless bye weittes? Tucker, Ann Masson, ,Michuel’ Bayne, man’ Gay, Mr’ Fitzgerald Lashley Ss SMOKING MIXTURE snake you 6 Dew msn. | oe
ot a -4to6p.m 3.5.50—5 tii ahs ‘oe = ‘| Prian Bayne ‘ames Bryan, Mrs M aryar $
x Overland Whippet. Re- coe — p NICHOLLS From Antigua Robert Attw aa Mise aon S pi ‘ AT REDUCED PRICE Vi-Tabs ‘
3 nner new tates. No ee Aes. SYDNEY NICHOLLS, John Griffin, George McMichael, Ed- Sylvia Jaskson-Smith, Mr. L. Lee “ Doctors Praise = a and full of vigour t
Pre refused. aor Worme, PUBLIC SA ae a he “ os ae uae Iris Dickson, Grantley May Adamson, Mr. John Adamson. M ‘ NJ a CARLTON BROWNE Doctors in America and and vitality. e 3
, 2. Sydney Kinch Ltd. LE ”'3.5.50-—2n_| wou, Lilian Howes, Patricia Wills, R: Laffan, Mrs, Annie Adamson, Miss,‘ Wholesale & Retail Drugeist “Jin many other countries| Restores Manhood and Vitality’ ;
-* 2.5.50—2n. 3.5.50—2n.] Edith Moore, Genevie d-'T 5. Andre sall re . : Se aes : a ty
: . Ss Clarence tag, Ceevie Lievd-Tmomas, Andrew, Binal 186, Roebuck St. Dial 2813 1
Ford Saloon, in excel. | ——_—_—_—_—__ From Grenada Miss Louise Rowley, Miss Doris Kow- | ‘> : dle
Garage. Phone WANTED Taylor Leon Taylor, Hugh Payne, iey. Mr. William Hagley here, ones POSVESSSOCESOCSSSO SS OSG! = = aT Par ee arr ae ~- %
2.5.50—3n son Stekle, Philip Yearwood, John Woodroofe, Mr. Frederick Gande M soil ek i
| suction = wood, Dorothy Reece, Barbara Keer, Irene Smith, Mr. Eric Johnann Miss | (= SS walien’s '
1948 Model, Phone| — - ‘ are Thompson, Mona Slinger, David Daphne Gay, Mr Nive B s | , }
2840 or 8224. BY INSTRUCTIONS of the 1 a | ut H. Hunte, Mrs. M. Hunte, Miss Beulah Watson, Mr “Ralph Watsor $4 | S A] Vv ATIC N ) r
30. 4:.50—t.f.n Pies th e nsurance ; Minors, John Steward For Georgetown { f )
| ny TER. otter toe ale on ROaS MISCELLANEOUS j Miss V eeatsiee Chinaloy, Mr. George | — - a : (( :
‘Pontiac Convertiable Coupe! IESY GARAGE 2 o'clock, Sincer Rone | mane Thee eee Marques, Mr. Des- |}! 7 . 2 :
2 é 2 st er Saloon Mrs. JOHN r Sa fie mond Thompson r irian B S\) f t)) e i,
four Passenger in ‘good order. | Car damaged by on seine’! 58 r JRAYTON, Canefield n r Mr. Adrian Bannist« ) / | tt ‘ < t
ie dct quick Sale. Phone| Ford Truck. ‘Sees oe and one/ House highly recommends Kenneth Car- ORIENT Al “rs. Adelaide Sueping, Mrs 1 ) ARM \\ ana an a 1ona eams Ss 5
28 .4.50—Tn H. Jason Jones Service pe a michael an experienced Cook, Butler or a sAL Mr. Clement Yhap, Mr. Gordon ¢ I ) e x
- ————+— | with Place MC ae *K- | Chauffuer and two young maids. A1s9 = r. Samuel Lee, Mr. Leiham (¢ t { %
8 h.p. 4 door Sedan in by ‘atclies. "aes ae rn Arch | Beresford Blackman as Chauffuer Tele- pation: Tveny, Teak, Sandel, Jawet New re i . ” \ ANNUATI i
condition. Newly ory McKenzie, Auctioneer, : 3.5 0-$n enon Aart =A Oe lery, Brass Ware, Tapestries, Ries 12) T G D A Y {| SOUTHBOUND o~- hw ae Saseyen Salts
. ” ' (i & «
_ 2.5.50—6n. | one ; : 5 1) AG é Kt Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos
4 ART Friday, May 5th )}] CAN. CHALLENGER 25th Apr. 28th Apr. 10th Mar 10th May .
GIN: One V-8 Ford engine UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER CAKE ct | (4 ‘ {\)} LADY RODNEY .. - 12th May 15th May 17th May 26th May 27th May
ogee conden, aie NOTICE I OA tag Wate SSE RS ee eee eet oe
} fing-gear and pinion, and| By instructions receive ; om wee 12) lease cas Tag rss N at May rd June Sth 14th June 15th J
oo ae an eee | ay ins ructions | received from th. PARISH OF ST. JAMES } At WHITFIELD’s i \\f Please Buy A Tag \\] LADY RODNEY . 30th June gard July sth July” lath Jule ise Jone
jar Street. Phone 2696 fay Sth « : eonee Gee | As from the 18th ef May to the 2 On FRIDAY, MAY 5TH 0 419) to Help Others LADY NELSON 22nd July 25th July 2th July = 5 ¢
meee a 4 50t Lower Prova messts Jason Jones Garage| 4 1 S Wscchial wueek! me ONCE I LADY RODNEY aard Aug. 20th Aug, 38th Aug. ath Aus. Th sak"
.4.50-—t.f.n,. ower Broad Street at 1.30 1. (1) 198 May, the Office of the Parochial Treas- For a ve dese “_— ‘ Q ( - . \j , a > ug. 20th Aug. . oth Aug. Tth Sep. ‘
eres 110 bp. Morris ant Teruhared ie io: urer, of St. James, will be open Wi? cident Also at 2 p.m. (1) 1941-27-35] OD!y on Saturday the 20th May from Ss | adi ‘ # ‘THBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
posit Tie rae ae te Se : n i -_ or orereen on i LADY NELSON ‘ae v “oe rake a pg
. . posite ighways ransport Dept 2 an 4 { : See nh MAS eo) tfth May 2nd May q
Peer cnc “aries By, Madlo| Hatrchua street” Damayed tn acigeat ! OP DEARREY {/ERESRRSES RES hae Wee SN |
4 : *s M Cas {¢ } (joe NEL oT 4 . ine iy iy 3th July
| eed , St. Matthias Gap, Ch. Ch By instructions received 1 w ; es ae } le We I F JU Ui} LADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7th 2 ;
. $.5.80—2n.-| on “Thucedee oney a ie i
Advent Ave: Bank Hall X Road’ (1) 4 . i late chief cutter of , LADY RODNEY 18th Sep, 2lst Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. 6th Oct
attel House 24 x 12 w . 4 x r—- ( a or ;
FURNITURE kitchen attactied ag an eh Th you Canaan On Journalism as a yg T Y ) ih P. ¢ 5. Maffei & Co., Ltd., i i
—_—_— Cash ; 7 8) Career? e Barbados Advocate is look- \ (C can be found at \\\| N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All v 1 4
ee ne ae team VINCENT GRIFFITH ing at : orient yeuns man to train J L [ i (yy : MRT ne te i bers, » Passenger Fares ama freight also on 4 Se Ge ore grap f
Larder App) e Rectory Ch. : ' as a Sub-Ed!tor Apply now in writing ( : m , \\ ‘ Fi
50—-2 Auctioneer tivirg ‘ ~ 7 } wee 1 )
29.4.50—-3n - 1 Sivirg full details to the Editor The ; | a \} Rk UJ | All RIN 44 ;
sores gn | SiYitE, full, etatte to "ine Re PUD jeasileal® seneitae ) DeABREU'S TAILORING |); GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.— Agents. |
30.4.50 t.f.n EPFECTS §§ ‘ i) ‘
SS ) COMPA VY qt '
REAL ESTATE = = { D. M. Simpson’s Building, \
Pure Bred Cocker Spaniel ee R ICE 1 99 Se ee ee
Pinks Weatnerneaa: Phone! 1) Large storey stone wa! LOST & FOUND . 2623 -- P.O. f ,
30.4.50.—3n. | Building with Shop and’ Bal : 4 Phone 2523 P.O. Box 194
1: s p and Bakery stand- NEAR THE c i hone 2 3 OO. a
, ing on 1/2 * land which is run in) — DAR THE CRANE RY §
EOUS i ae t Government water & Lights aoe SS SEE TUESDAY 9TH., AT 11 A.M Hits . ¢
ins a situate at Clapham Land, Flag We are t te , . .
Of. every description Staff Road, overlooking sea and country LOST Witten to cant aant, y Mrs. C. M I, pe eT ;
old Jewels, fine Silver, | yt ict. Next to Highgate’s new tenan- lowing Valuabin cant the cory \ 4 q
Early books, Maps, Auto-| ’Y. For particulars apply on premises DODGE HUB CAP—Somewhere - clfects:— Cs a ! OUTWARD F HE UNITED KINGDOM:
Paphs, etc. Antique Snop, | ‘© Mr. J. St. Hill owner tween Bridgetown and Seawell Ais oe . - - , : see ? is shonaie = - M:
a \ P - Airport, ean reanies GF
‘Moin it Club . 29.4,50—3n Finder please return same to Advocates Antique Mahogany Cellerette, |
eo “CASVILLE”, Navy Gardens Ch. Gh, | een 2 5.50--n logany | Tip-top ‘Tables; Mahog- t Don't say 1 ways you: Bae Vessel From Leaves B al
PAINTS—Bran. Three bedroom bungalow sta ae my dining tabie, oval Walnut Sy ‘ ar ,
ble Forest ne Fig ieee 8.241 al’ teat Te Bak hiner ae any ar oe Labrador Dog. Answers Mahogar rv table, (( Ti is.s a . i i
IE White and colours, specia) | time by appointment. Apply C. A. Peirce. a so ae of Count Finder please , ‘ bine Deal {{ BUY TO-DAY { )|S.S, RIVERCREST London 7th April 3rd May
Paints $6.84. gin. | Phone 3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—7n, itae r. Cato at Government Hill A size itensils, (i (| S.S. “LORD GLADSTONE” M.borough 6th May 24th May
” gin. They are Here. canola 3.5.50-—2n ve Sepa fi tees | ) & Glasgow
NES & Co., Lid. “AND —1400 guy, ft, 8 dat With. | me wagkon, Cedar Presses i LASTING ;. “ADVISER” ive th May
rs : 25.4.50—13n | Chattel dwellinghouse thereon, situate | {room furniture, Sp. i : ane. ISER 2 Liverpool 6th May 20th May 4
= ——______. | at the corner of Wellington Street, and bre Mattresses ‘MPLE ARCH London ee peecel £
RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron| ‘ine Street, Bridgetown. FORM I ol conor 10? = 4
windows complete with shutters _Inspection on application to th: | Seale } FU RN iTU RE ) HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
x 4ft. Suitable for garage or| Tenant, Mrs. Florence Linton The Land Ae wesit on A a ) ) ie)
Gardiner Austin’s Build- The property will be set up for sale | y qj I ( « {{ ) Vessel For Closes in Barbados ?
i‘ swore Plantations Ltd. Broad By Public Competition at our Office, Sekine cok teen 1 46 The Mi : " ({ | “ATLANTIAN” London Sth May x
or Phone 2696. omes Street, ridgetown, on Thursday 1949 wahog and Ebony til The oneyv-Saving av » gir 77 A NYY) ad 2 . p
Se 28.4.50—t.f.n.| 4th May 1950 at 2 p.m. ote ; able Slate topped : © : { » “COMEDIAN Liverpool 12th May
lumi ))
, , , Ww > Ww { ia - ;
Elileachn's Plano good YEARWOOD & BOYCE, wow Notice, required by Scetion 8) Marble topped IN BLACK and BROWN Mt | For further particulars apply to
at the Medical Solicitors. Notice is hereby given that it appears Bo, fan al ace (All Sizes) )) Gc })) :"
General Hos- 29.4.50—5n. | to the Governor in Executive: Committee soard, Mahogany ended r i\\ ‘ TD—A \
2308. 9.5.%0—2n | that the lands described in the Schedule Sofa, Upholsterea Mahoy You ean’t beat these s : v ({( DA COSTA & co., L “gents. 1
hereto and situate at Bathsheba in the Wordoncetwood Rockers, Cedi £ ‘f X nies ;
arish of St. Jose ; ininne cb Gare wrdrobe Miah eae ‘ : HP
al . age offer Gloss By public competition at our office, Sona ork eos oo he Ee Ea Purniture Maho M err for Comfort. Mh) i
ne} Be Con mg re Set! 17 High St... on Thursday 11 May, at! poses which in the cpiniot at ite and Iron double, and singh From $4.13 Up. } 3 0) SES SSS !
ie * 3s 4001S 2 p.m. the dwellinghouse of two stor ys Governor-in-Executive Committee are stead nds iscella re »») b {{ { The Sch. GARDENIA W with a
2.8 50—18n comprising public rooms, two bedrooms, | public purposes, namely for. establishing Bedrox rniture, Medicine ( Visit - ~ - 2) F ‘ | Th ) 1 1 accept Cargo and Passengers for
out of North British ey bath os with shop oe hed,| playing fields or other places of public inet ing Cabinet, Mag } ; i ' SRA VEEW GUEST ny Si. Vincent and Trinidad, Sail
at cost. Sizes 550 ae franding on 2094 sq ft of q and in resort. : Ja ) . f ing Thursday 4th inst, 4
Ma ee weedside Road and Hunts Road, City, THE SCHEDULE - ‘ ‘ )) 1) () The Sch EVERDENE wilt ac- 5:
ya few availa-} Apply to Mr. E. H. Kirton, the owner! ALL THAT certain parce) of land éon scope, Foldin iy cept Cargo and Passengers. for E:
Garage Ltd. Teiephone | on the premises Further particulars | taining 1 acre 3 roods adjoining the site and many other interest We hy TEN OR Triridad Sailing Saturday 6th &
3.5.50—3n.] and conditions of sale from COTTLE|of the former Railway Station at Bath Viewing morning of Wi] } HASTINGS, BARBADOS inst |
CATFORD & CO sheba, bounding on the seashore, on land Sale ( EXCE oN “UIS The M.V. } E 7 - s
wr wan rly et the Barbados “travaehenartt Pr. Wm Henry Street y {( H ea CUISINE anne consis eda eneinene ae :
ailway and on the public réad, alleged o_eeeeeeee . 6 , BO Gen " ' ( 1L ST D inica erra a
NOTICES “ALCOTT”—Situate at the Stream|to be in the occupation of Miss Vera’) and 6, 42 & 53 Swan Streets ILSON { . = SOceeS aay levi an a
‘ ee z ( { Nevis and St. Kitts Date of ia
<== | Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236|Hinkson of Cane Garden, St. Andrew CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER DIAL 3466 Pia) 1 {( RATES: $5.00 per Day & Sailing to be gives. 7
Square Feet of land, with right of way Dated this twenty seventh day of April td The Sch, UNITED PILGRIM S a
: Ne to Worthing Beach. 1950 at the Public Buildings in the City AUCTIONEERS upwards wil accept Cargo and Passengers .
OTICE Tie house contains gallery, drawing | °f Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados for St. Lucis 5.
C . vy. Ry Chivsaand (Inclusive) s . ucia, Sailing Friday 2
I HEREBY GIVEN end dining room, three bedrooms, P Fc Mu ae IXON & BLAD N ) Sth inst 4
, that it is the] pantry, kitchen and usual out-offices. | Pp. F. CAMPBELL, apply. - - |
Of the Vestry of the Parish . Colonial Secretary, (Ag.) wt |
y Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard. ary, : e wet !
be caused to be in-] “Tnspection on application to the tenant 3.5.50—3n, wirs. W. S. HOWELL Sasi b oe
oe oan Mrs. Watkins every day (except) > —_ as on ( satin.
authorise the | Sundays) between the hours of 3 and Seay eee aS SSS.
a sum not exceeding] § p.m,
se of completin, ' : \
ee Parisn Cneren and |, ree, seve will be ext up for sale at GOVERNMENT NOTICES. :
it (Pews, etc.) 1950 at eae : ) " > .
pel about to be Hullt at | stveet om Friday the Sth of May apeisres cg ee CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
Mivparey-interet!” ©" o,wcnlanoe a SRALY, PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Medical eal |
: A% bee spun end to be Solicitors. Superintendent of the Barbados Mental Hospital. The post is pen- FRENCH LINE —
ae ae @dual annual instalments 28.4.50-——Tn oj a ¢ as alarv z ‘ caeannee
the rates of the said Parish sonable and has a salary of $3,456 x 144 — 4,320 per annum, subject “MISR” Sailings to Trinidad Sailings to Plymowth— 3
Siem’. PARDO, LAND—2 roods,, 1 Pere it oe to deduction of 4K as a contribution to the Widows and Orphans Pen- “GASCOGNE” May Lith wit &
St ancl pte oe ay tes eee The Garden Bt, | 100 fund. Applicants should be registered Medical Practitioners; a “GASCOGNE” May 24th 1950 May 31st i
2.5.50—3n. | James 29.4.50—1n | diploma in Psychological Medicine or experience in Mental Disease ‘GASCOGNE” aie oe 1950 July . 5th
“TEIG” Bihaain in Paceane(o@ esirable, but. not essential ares nd 1950 August eh
“LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage ? ; ny ” 7 4“ ” .
v1 NOTIC! Road, St. Michael, standing on 6,870 2. Unfurnished quarters are available at a rental of 5°% of 28. MISR” third class passages are available at $240.00.
@ Board of the Royal] tauare fect of land’ sila % ._ Arrangements can be made for your return passages from
the begs e notify the} The house is built of stone and cone y: ; England.
, ee ea oe trine gallery. Gegerinn, Siping, _ sitting 3. The Barbados Mental Hospital is situated close to the Coast For further particulars apply to: —
a aa. Kindly apply for] W.C. and bath do . 4 bed- | on the out-skirts of Bridgetown. It has over 700 patients.








fees must be

in on
A. INNISS,
Ashford.
4 3.5.50—1n
LICENSE NOTICE

om Of STANLEY B

holder of Liquor License

1950 granted to Eteir Gros-

. of bottom floor

and shingle building in

St. a for per-
juor License a

St. Michael.

2nd day of May 1950

MORRIS, be

Magistrate,

‘A’.

Se. S. Bo THOMPSON,

Applicant.
“pplication will be con-
Polite. ceasing Court to be
) Court, District “A’, on

_ of May 1950 at

DD. mM Q..
Police ORRIS, Esq












ate, Dist. “A”.

LICENCE NOTICE

: atrice Sabin of
Bridgetown, holder, of
No. 1030 of 1950, granted
rT in respect of premises
liding at Sobers Lane,
Michael, for permission
wor License at said pre

» St. Michael
The pt 20d day of May. 1950
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
Signea BEATRICE SABIN



ae









Wan, Applicant
Ma L application ll be ‘consid
Mice Cox: acensin: 2urt to be held at
Be a": District «a Friday is
D -ORRIS
rate, D

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rooms (2 with running water) upstairs
Inspection any (except Sundays)
tetween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m

The above will be set up for sale to

Public Competition at our Office in
Lueas Street, Bridgetown the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors.
23.4,50—12n.



All THAT certain messuage or store
khown as No. 46 Roebuck Street stand-
ing on 2788 sq. ft. of land. The

building has been recently remodelled]

and renovated. Inspection on applica-
tion to the undersigned.

The property will be set up for sale
by public competition at our office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,

12th May 1950, at 2 p.m.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors.
29.4 50—12n







~ BEACH VIEW—Worthing on the Sea
Very cool and good Sea-bathing, 3 aa
rooms, Toilet and Tea-room upstairs,

rooms, Kitchen, Bath and Gallery down-

stairs. Offers received by writing
Address Mr. C€. Bourne, Melbourne,
Hastings. 3.5.50—™

et
It's Quite

NATURAL












4

May, 1950.

Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary,
Bridgetown. Barbados, and should be submitted before the 20th of

7.4.50,—-2n,

Sounenstinammmmmnnentiamnanensat

ATTENTION is drawn

to the

control of prices

Official Gazette on Monday, Ist May, 1950.

2. Under this Order the
“Cement” is as follows: —

ARTICLE





Cement
29th April, 1950

naximum retail selling price of

RETAIL PRICE
(Not more than)

$1.86 per

bag of 94 Ibs.

30.4.50



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS

Forms of Entry for the above examinations can be obtained from
the Department of Education. Garrison.
All forms should be completed and returned to the Depariment
of Education not later than 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, Ist June,
1950. No entry will be received after this date





(Defence)
(Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 16 which will be published in the







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Candidates entered from other than Public Schools must torwerd ene tele et
everybody wants Baptismal Certificates with their Entry Forms. Palethorpe Sausages, Bacon,
Candidates for the Junior Examination can only be entered as y apa Table Margarine,
G A $ : private pupils, and the fee for each candidate will be $10.08. { DEXON & HALA ‘ Prunes in Tins. a z
5 , ; i tificat n €12 09 | ohn ' om, A.FS Ko
wherever a clean fuel is needed. The fee for ¢he School Certificate will be $13.08 | shed Estate et a Acie WE SUPPLY YO
The fee for the Higher Gerti € : ae
WwW H Vv ? oes i Plantations Bidg. Phone 1640 ))
. j}Department of Educatior i}
} because it is best iad | 25th April, 1950 3.5.50—2n | iv
eae re es ome oe = ers prayers
awe
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*§ GOT BETTER — TPS GETTING POPULAR — IFS CROWN GINGER ALE Se
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AND THEY
LOVE IT

Right worrant officers and two
sergeants, pick of tne Koval Wes
Atrican Frontier Force, nave flown
3,500 miles Caterham, Surrey,
to learn how drill is done in the
Guards.

in 95 parades of 45 minutes each
they will be put through six weeks
of the Army’s stiffest drill course,
‘hem they will fly home again,

Tre ten West Africans—two of
them are R.S.Ms, six C.S.Ms—
are enjoying their first visit to
England—even the drills. But they
find the climate ‘a little chilly.

“They are keeping on thick
woollen underwear with ankle-
length panjs,” said Captain E. D.
Upton, who brought them over.

“And so that they do not shiver
at night each has been given cighi
blankets to sleep in.”

Hut to Themesives

R.S.M. Mursal Doba, R.S.M
Umaru Numan, and C.S.M. Ama
du Dosso all hold the M.M

The others are C.S.M.s Umoru
Maiduguri, Scidu Kangara, Tujand
Cande, Mama Moshi, and Kramc
Wangara, and Sergeants Musa Sin-
uku and Mark Baah.

At the Guards’ depot they have
a hut to themselves. When they
return to Nigeria and the Gold
Coast.they will train local N.C.O.s
to replace soldiers trom Briain

—-L.ES.



Empire Drubs
College 11—0

In Second Division Game

Empire completely outplayed
Harrison College in their Secona
Division game at Queen’s Park
yesterday evening. When Referee
Harris blew off, the score was 11-
nil in Empire's favour



From beginning vo end the Em-
pire forwards were tacking the
College go The goals were



divided between Mandeville anc
Wood who scored four each, ana
Morris, Babb and Craigg one each
Two of Mandeville’s goals were

from penalties






Four of the goal ere scored in
the first b About five minute
efter pla began, Empire wa
i arded penalty Mandeville

the kick and scored to open
‘coun for his team



: {ter Mandeville’ scored
the seconr goal after receiving a
pass from Morris on the right
wing Morris ran through the
College defence and novched the
third, while the fourt} oal
8cored by Babb This ended tt
goal scoring up to half time

Five Up

On resumption Wood beat goalia
Roach for College, with a hard she
from close range to put his team
ive up Mandeville scored the
sixth goal, and he was also respon
sible for the seventh from a pen-
alty kick

By this time the College team
were all confused, and failed to
nark their opponenis' forward
The other goals came in the la
minutes of the game

The eams were

Harrison College: Roach, Morris
Squires, Cave, Storey; Grant; Rejd
Gibbs: Tudor, alma; Codrington

Empire John Jordan
Clarke; Bynoe; Wickham; Morri
Babb; Wi Mandeville; Craigs

Archer

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But Did Not Win

From Vernon Morgan

LONDON, April 30.

3eaten a short head in the Two
Thousand Guineas, the first Brit-
ish Classic, the American colt
Prince Simon ran splendidly and
may be said to have lived up to
his reputation. This American-
bred son of Prince Quillo showed
great pluck in going down by the
narrowest of margins in a photo

finish and was promptly made a
short priced favourite for The
Derby. This great race, run over
one and a half miles at Epsom,
takes place on Saturday, May 27
So far, Prince Simon, owned by

the wellknown American sports-
man Mr. William Woodward has
no serious challenger in the bet-
ting market, for his conqueror in
ist Week's Guineas at Newmar-

ket, the Aga Khan's grey colt
Palestine, is not going to contest
the Epsom event

Palestine only just hung on to
in the straight Newmarket. An-
other few strides and the Ameri-
can colt would have won, It was
clear to everyone that Palestine
could hardly be expected to stay
the extra half mile of the Derby.
Thé Yorkshire horse Masked
Light, who had been Winter fav-
ourite for the Derby before The
Gulneas in which he could only
hish third, well beaten, is also
id to be now a doubtful starter
for the Epsom Classic

Thus ith the colts that finished

first anc third in the Guineas un-
like’ ly to Oppose him in the Derby,

it is only natural that Prince Si-
mon should be a clearcut favour-
ite with ten to one offered any

other candidate, His nearest
Market rival is Castle Rock, chest-
nut son of Rockefella, who he as not
yet been out this season

Castle Rock is second favourite
on last year’s running and by vir-
tue of the faet that none can tell
ho ! compares with Prince
Simon

Wintered Well





{ tle Rock, who is bred to Stay
bad many of the best British ju-
venile n the Houghton stud over
it Newmarket last year They in-
cluded the Aga Khan’s Tabliz, at
that time considered a potential
Derby winner Tabliz was not
trained on and will not contest the
Derby, On the other hand Castle





> j x x Rock is said to have wintered ex-
YORKSHI R kK ceptionally well and to be show-
4 ing fine promise in his training
RY 9 WKTS gallops The public will shortly
iave an opportunity of seeing
LONDON. May 2 whether he can do the same on a
Pitninah ae sets racecourse as the colt is expected
At Lords MCC he Yorkshit te run in the Chester Vase next
by 9 wicket Yorkshire 113, Week s This race is run over one
tion BS Janiine 4% for 46, and mile, five furlongs, a furlong fur-
Bailey. 3. tor 10; secondly. 192 ther than the Derby course which
MCC 284 for 4 declared: Simpson ren fully expose his stamina
7 PAs OK nel eoo. GUALCcAallons
detiey : ’ t eet en 3 Whatever Castle Rock may do at
Al Cambridgc Tniversity Chester it : clear that the now
Sines iain farains WSecmalael olitds customary danger will come from
University 359 for : eclared, Freneh hor e3 rhe vaiders from
Sheppard 130, May 85; Sussex 126 28¢'OS8S the English Channel have
for & Cox not cut’s0 ae os . _ ae “yh — a
F. , ae € ce yeurs and a yu uUNeAd Oo
as oe ee aot ae the hat-trick with Amour Drake
Pstanaabovdhive The call meena last year At present Madame
108 far & Young nat ont ba: Oxford Leon Volterra’s L’ Admiral is con-
Yinivarsiny Ghd Murrey Potisneve sidered the greatest threat though
161 bookmakers are taking no chances
At the Oval, Surrey—Glamor- “th either of Marcel Boussach’s
gan (County Championship)
match was drawn—Surrey 192
Hever 4 for 20; Glamorgan 145, 8RD DIVISION GAMES
Parkhouse 62, Alec Bedser 6 foi Shell defeated Y.M.P.C. 2—0 in
18.—-(Reuter,) a Third Division fixture at
Beckles Road yesterday. One goal
Barbados Friendly Football was scored in each half of the
sas game.
vo neegeiation | Combermere and Y.M.C.A,
Tambrose va Colts at Shell. Referee: Played to a one-all draw at Com-
Mr. E. Clarke bermere. Y.M.C.A,. netted first
sl ts See a ane atthe and in the first half. Com-
‘St. Mary's Old Boys vs. Westerners at pears equalised during the
. Leonard Referee } Mr. C. Jemmott oc half
nn
They'll Do It Every Time ta 8 th
serene yer Sat ae = —

Alwe Gora |





| Bur WHEN THE
SHOE |S ON HIS
OWN STUMBLING
FOOT::GIVE A

| LISTEN TO HIS
TEARY REFRAIN:

pair Parkal and Gera.

It was bad luck for France that
their chief Guineas hope Cardanil
from the Boussach stable injured
himself a few days before the race
and could not run. Emperor, the
second string, was left to repre-
sent the Tricolour. He never re-
covered from a slow start finishing
eighth of the 19 starters.

Would Have Placed

It might be safely assumed on
this running and the Guineas pic-
ture at Newmarket that had Card-
anil been able to run he would at
least have got a place. M. Bous-
sach may still have got a line on
his chances of beating Prince
Simon in the Derby, but he would
have had a better chance had
Cardanil been able to take part
in the Guinegs.

Of the three French challengers
only L'Admiral has done anything

of note this season. Parkal, a
brother to Ardan, now in the
United States, has only run once

when finishing second early in the
month at Longchamp in a mile
and a quarter event.

But M, Boussach has plenty of
horses with which to try this
“dark” contender .and the way he
has been backed shows that he
is a really good one.

Gerapsar is a son of that great
champion Pharis which in itself
puts him in the race with a won-
derful chance,

Prince Simon would have won
the Guineas but for being badly
drawn at the starting gate, ac-
cording to his jockey Harry Carr,
who also rides for the Royal
Stable. Of the 19 to face the starter
the American colt drew the fif-
teenth place which meant that he
was on the far side of the field
with the stiffer gradiant or
which to race.—Reuter.

ee

B.B.C. Radio Programme

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,
The News, 7.10 a.m. Launching
Ark Royal by H.M. The Queen.
lan Stewart. 7.30 a.m, Listen
7.45 a.m, The English Novel
From the Editorials, 8.10 a n
Programme Parade, 815 a.m. Work and
Worship. 8.30 a.m, BBC Welsh Orchestra



7 am
of HMS
am,

7.20
ers





9 am. Close Down. 12 Noon The New
1210 pm, News Analysis 215 pw
Music for Dancing, 1 p.m. Midweek Tali
1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 1.30 p.m, Fe
tival of Britain. 2) pom The New
2.10 p.m. Home News from Britain, 2
pom Sperts Review 230 pia
Donald Peers, 3% p.m. British Co
cert Hall. 4 p.m. The News. 4.10 p11

The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m, Music fro

Girand Hotel. 5 p.m, Piano Playtime. §
p.m. Programme Parade, 6.30 p.m. Thi
English Novel. 5.45 p.m, Pavilion Player
6 p.m. The End of the Road. 6.30 p r
BBC Northern Orchestra. 7 p.m. Th
News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis. 7.15 p.
Books to Read. 8 p.m. Radio Newsrec/
0.15 p.m, Midweek Talk. 8.30 p.m. Syi)
phony of Strings. 9 p.m, Land and Liv
stock, 9.30 p.m, Music in Miniature. 10
pun. The News, 10,10 p.m. From the Edi
torials, 10.15 p.m. Take it from here, 10.4
pm, Balance of Europe. li pm. The

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.43 a.m.
Sun Sets; 6.12 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) May 8
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water: 4.02 a.m., 5.08
p.m,
YEST*¢RDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) Nil
Temperature (Max.) 86.0° F
Temperature (Min,) 74.5° F
Wind Directors (9 a.m.) E by
N ( p.m.) E

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.996
(3 pom.) 29.909









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POSITION™YOU’VE |
JUST GOT TO KILL
THE STORYOHINK
OF MY FAMILY=:/AY
REPUTATION «+ /AY

STANDING IN THE
COMMUNITY. .















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African Sgt.-Majors Learn To Bellow Squ-a-a-d



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by Drill-Sergeant D Lynch. 0.C:M—R.S.M Doba.

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Can France
Find A Team?

For World Cup Games

PARIS, May 2.

For some time the French Press
has been clamouring for France
to be “invited” to play in the
World Seccer Cup games at Rio.

Now that it is officia! that France
will take part, the critics are won-
dering how the French Football
Federation is going to find a suit-
able team to send over.

With the French Cup Final on
May 14, and another three games
still to be played in the cham-
pionships, many of the leading
players are suffering from minor
injuries or showing the strain o*
a strenuous season,

The present defenee can prob-
ably be found, but the attack wiil

present a problem, as there is a
searcity of sharpshooters and
speedy forwards

—Reuter.

No Knowledge
Of $125 Million
U.S. Loan

WASHINGTON, May 2.

The United States Government
was reported to-day to be ready to
offer Argentina) a commercial
credit of about $125,000,000.

One report said that President
Truman was understood to have
authorised it, but officials at the
White House said last night they
had no knowledge of the situation.

The money would go towards
helping the Argentine to refun\i
commercial debts to American ex-
porters to a total of about
$108,000,000

—Reuter.



Molasses
For Canada

Three thousand
and a large quantity
are being loaded on the
Alcoa Puritan for ports of Cana-
da, The Puritan arrived yesterday
fiom British Guiana and began
shortly after to take its cargo

For Montreal, it will take
tons of sugar, 1,560 barrels and
10% half-barrels of molasses, The
remaining 1,600 tons of sugar will
leave for St. John, New Bruns-
wiek, along with 300 barrels of
fancy and 200 barrels of vacuum
an molasses, For Sorel, the vessel
is loading 300 puncheons and 25
barrels of molasses

The Puritan brought no cargo
for this port It is due to sail
the week

Sugar,

tons

of sug
of molas



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1,400

aroynd the end of

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M.M., C.S.M. Dosso, te

Surgeon Must
Quit Job

@ From page 5
notice terminating your services
at the expiration of a reasonable
period, gamely, on the Ist April,
and was not, nor could it be rea-
sonably construed as being, a
notice of dismissal. In the cir-
cumstances, therefore, it would
be neither appropriate nor rele-
vant to hold an enquiry and,
accordingly, His Excellency is un-
able to accede to your request
that he should adopt that course.
I am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) P. F, CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.



Dr. A. S. ASHBY,
Rilbrook,
Top Rock,
Christ Church.
llth February, 1950.
SIR,—I have the honour to
draw to your attention that Dr.

Hallinan has refused

with my wife’s treatment whilc
she was in Hospital, and, in par-
ticular, with regard to the per-
formance of noe duties by the
Nurse in attendance on her.
IT had reason to believe that
Hallinan’s duties were particu-
larly directed to investigating such
grievances and I am at a loss io
understand his refusal to investi-
gate.
I have to ask that the matter
treated as urgent.

IT am,

Yours faithfully,
GEORGE C. PILGRIM.

Dr

be

(Signed)

The Hon.
The Col, Secretary.
Col. Secretary's Office,
Barbados,
16.2.50.
SIR,—1I am directed to inform
you that Dr, Hallinan was ap-
pointed by the Governor to en-
quire inte the administration and
organisation of the ¢
pital
He was not appointed to enquire
into individual grievances and
complaints
Cotonial Secretary

GEORGE C. PILGRIM

Flour Comes Today
By ‘Sun Jewel’

Calling to Messrs Plantations |
Lid., voday will be the Saguenay |
Terminals Ltd., freighter S.S
Sun Jewel. It is bringing for Bar-
bados a shipment of 1,900 bags ol
flour from Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The shipment of flour is con-
sigried Yo Messrs H. Jason Jones
& Co., Ltd. Quite a few calls
have been made this year by ships
ot vhis line with flour from Canada.

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by us.

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TENNIS
TOURNAMENT

SAVANNAH ET AL.
CLUBS.

(of Barbados)
versus

TRANQUILITY CLUB
, (of Trinidad)



Commencing 12th May
and continuing until 20th
May.

The Tranquility Team
of Tennis players will be
paying Savannah et ai.
Clubs a visit this year
from 12th to 20th May.
The price of Admission
will be 2/- each after-
noon.

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Season Tickets $3.00
each, these can be obtain-
ed at the Savannah Club
from the Honorary Sec-
retary and from members
of the Committee.

Play will start at 4.15
p.m. for Men’s Doubles
and 4.30 p.m. for all other
matches each afternoon.

J. W. McKINSTRY,

Honorary Secretary,

Inter-Club Tennis Com-
mittee.









CARRIBBEAN
WORKERS’ UNION |

LECTURE BY

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Subject: “TRADE UNIONS

AND THEIR
FUNCTIONS”

All Members are invited.

PROPER

Just to Remind You Again --

Friends, Romans,
Men...

Mr. Harold Seantlebury begs

to remind you of his !

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



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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY MA Y | ll5| African Sgt.-Majors Learn To Bellow Squ-a-a-d AND THEY LOVI: IT eSTaMMAU. PICI *. Aloe* pt..i lie. Pore*, Mm 3JOO n to learn ho* drill u don.in the ( -i i' -.' |..n ,t • %  ui 45 nonuies each %  MII fly home again. in*; MB V. I [WO ol c I t.MJ wi^ Ineii flrai visit to £nBlood—even thedrills Bui thej %  Tin;, arc keeping uii thick length paitt laid Captain r D who LrouKht them i "And so U „t n legit i etgni blantu'ts to • Un in %  lint |t 'llinmslws R.S.M tfunal Paba, K S.K I'maru Numan. and C 8 M Uu Doui) all hold the M M Tho atbei l'moru Maidugurl s-. i,iu Kangara. 1 t'andc Mama Most, W;n.g;ini an: .M and Murk Baah. At the QtiaroV Nmtii.i and Uu i onfci Ha to al NJ 0 to re. %  '. —I..E B Empire Drubs College 11—0 In Second Division Game outplayed liege it. then Division Bime .,; Quern Part i-mng When Harris bun* ofl (he Vi am bag] he Km%  king thr Colleiga go it .11 Wood who scored four on. I Morris. BaMj and Ctaigg M %  MaiMtevllle i!if %  ecou >.' nn hiv • •.' the socomi goal a''r-as on the right wing %  while the to i I ivg I g OB vg up %  begh j %  ii>u> DM the am n a pan)kkfe Hy this time the illed to mark %  ITiltaiia < allaga: rant, Kefd I Eairilr S: .U.liii I Ctarfc< Byi Uorrl Uabb. W< %  Ran Splendidly But Did Not Win %  %  rum \ < riion Mot-|{iiii LONDON. April 30. .i short head in the Two IUIIM ai the first Briti tha American colt man ran splendidly and i bare lived up to ThiN American„ %  Prince Wwllo showed n>nt the Tricolour He never -. In *[.in dowr. bg U> I '>( margins In a photo iiniih iriH wa< promptly made a short priced fdvounufor Th>Derby This great race, run over one and a half miles at Epsom, take* planon Saturday, Mav 2: So fa Primr Simon, owned b> Ihr wcllknnwii American sport-man Mr William Woodward hat challenger in the belUnt! market, for hi* conqueror in •Vnea Q tin at Newmarket, the ftaja Khan's grey colt li not going event i %  .• only just hung on to •raight Newmarket An•ii'i.s )t i(! the AmerlMlld have won. It was r tl could hardli be <-x prated to rtay the Derbv. 1 '. M..Kn pair I'arkal and Gara. It was bad luck for Prance tha) then chant Guineas hope Cardanil from the Boussach stable injured hlmaall a few duv beto c the rare and could not run Emperor, the ng, wa* left to reprcHe never rered from a slow start finishing eighth of the 19 starters. Would Have Placed It might be safely assumed on UlHI running and the Guineas picture at Newmarket that had Card... .1 nem able to run he would at trail have got a place. M BouaMch may still have got a line on Ui chances of beating Prince %  unon in the Derby, but he would nave had a better chance had lai i t*"en able to take part in the Guineas. Of the three French challenger' only [.'Admiral has done anything of rtotg UU %  I I'.nkiil a br ot hnt to Ardan. now in the i'ntted States, has onl> run once when finishing second early In th^ month at Longthump in a mile and a quarter event But M. Bouasach has plenty of i>eeii Winter favno '*" W< n which to try this the Derby lWorc Tl M Bll tl he eOUld tmh nolali third, well beaten, is at*o %  %  Thuf with the t ••its iii.it anhthed li the Tiilnm unlla* Iv to oppose luni in the Derb>. it l| onl% nntuial thai I | moo should be a litaivul favourlb with leu to othai candldjata •l:irk' P contendet and the way he hai len backed sliows that lip is ,i reallv good one Gerapsar Is a ton of that great i %  i.spion Pharis which m Itself puts inn: m the race with a wonlerfU] chance Prince Simon would have won the Guhieas but f.>r being badlv drawn at the starting gate, acoffered any cording to his jockey Marry Carr, His nearest wbo also rides for the Royal Market rival is Castle Hock, chestStable. Ol the IB to face the starter %  kelella, who ha vet been ui thti %  aaian Rock is i naogtnl aitd by vir•acl that none can tell tv i-ompai with Prince the American colt drew the Rl teenth plare which meant thtit hi a*ai on tha fui side of the rich with the stirrer gradient oi which to pace -Mfulrr. Can France Find A Team? For World Cup Games PARIS. May 2. For some time the French Press has been clamouring for France to be "invited" to play in the World Soccer Cup games at Rio Now that it in ofncin 1 U will take part, the critics are wondering how the French Football Federation is going to find %  MIIIahle learn to send over. With the French Cup final on May 14, and another three games still to be played in the tli.implonfMng, many' of the leartmi ire suffering from .ninoi mjurifi or showing the sti. n 0 a strenuous season The pi. teni %  i• fi-i ee nan proo.ihlv )>e found, but the attack will cri %  ir .i problem, as there I scarcity of •uiaipsbooici and aponrv fot —Renter No Knowledge Of $125 Million U.S. Loan WASHINGTON. May 2 The United States Government was icportcd to-day to be ready to offti Ai .-< :i!ina a comineicial ereuit ..f l. t s125,000.000. One report suid that President Truman was understood to have authorised 11. but officials at the White House *aid last mght they had no knowledge of the situation. The money would no towards helping the Argentine to refuiiv lej debts to American ex1 total of a DO U t s 108.001) .000. —Neuter Surgeon Must Quit Job • Fraaa ae 5 i otkc terminating your services at the expiration of a reasonable period, namely, on the 1st April, nnd was not. nor could it be reasonably eonstmed as l>eing. a notice of dismissal. In the circumstances, therefore. It would he Tieitheiappropriate nor relevant to hold an enquiry and, accordingly. His Excellency Is unable to accede to your request that he should adopt that course. I am. Sir. Your Obedient Servant, wife's treatment while %  he *M in Hospital, .-tid. in parI to ihe pvr formance of her duties by tha • tendance on her. I U:ni icason to believe that Di ffalllnan'i duti"s wen particui.u l. directed to in\t -tigattngsuch pMrVaOCf l and I am at I loss iO mdantand his rerusai to investlgata. I rung to ask that the matter be Intated is urgent I am. Voun faithfully, >;FOKGF. C I'lLGRIM Uommencjnji 12th May and continuing until 20th May. The Tranquility Team of Tennis players will be paying Savannah et aT. Clubs a visit this year from 12th to 20th May. The price of Admission will be lieach afternoon. Steason Tickets $3.00 each, these can be obtained at the Savannah Club from the Honorary Secretary and from members of the Committee. Play will start at 4.15 p.m. for Men's Doubles and 4.30 p.m. for all other matches each afternoon. J. W. McKINSTRY. Honorary Secretary. Inier-C'lub Tennis Committee. DAK The famous men s trousers which have a thousand uses. Morning afternoon or night—its DAKS. Tailored by Simpson's of of London Pair CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD 10. II. 12 fk 13 BROAD STREET Wintered Well %  i the ban British |uhe Houghtoa stud over eai The), inIt.B.I. Kadiu Prograiamr wrNav. MAT ; rtu Nr : IM i | MCC BEATS YORKSHIRE f?Y 9 wKrs %  At i HutU %  Mn -. %  100 W i i undl v 21 At Can i i i Shi pi i %  At OmJei th< eeondl) 10* foj 1 tf;0 '"i I Itf! aaii %  natch %  i 18 -(Keuler.) i< utl M Tin Uiiifi Ana Khan's T*bliv. || JB . bn Hl.ai l --, LHu„ I i-i, potential ''' •;,'" l T < ": r *' %  '':"'"" ibUI "as not PnMramnw I'^iad.an _... Wui> .,, ami will nnl contest the *-,.,„ ip IN im mic *.i.h oi.h f ,i,. — %  Down 1) N.-.U rivr NrHesn DUN I l| || I,..,!:.. U\i pi II iweaa T*I iwl r Hw** : H..II Dtrb) < >u the • i to have winter* well and to hi I ui his U-ainlni ; i %  . ; pportunll) i he • an do the same on u weak Tl i aval oM mile, five rurlongi i Furl IM: rut the Derb) couraa which %  k ."i lhat the DOW %  da n ger will come frani %  i I i %  | ,i,el hoVO won the raoe twice m the last ill bui putted "ti • Ith Amoui Drako Madame ..I || coo, w though i kaktng n,> hancee With eiiiuol Marcel N.w R-d a JO p r •IIMI Nortnern Qtehw -. 19 |. i" N*wI t* Itrail I p in KMIIW Nt li m h.lw*K Talk S SB p II I ol St > ma*, t pn. I.I,J ami i., v 9 M |. m Mnoo In Mimaiiiif : Th* Nf*> 10 10 p m. rron. the IV la III* p.m. TallP It INn hw 10 I BBUMKB ttl Xutbpv II p m T' Sugar, Molasst's For Canada Thl, ..nd a lam.' quantity % %  ( molasseo i re bating Loaded an U i Alcoa Ptirnan foe porti of Canada. The I'm it.in irm ed yi fiom Brltlah Qulana and shottiv afti r to I For Montreal, it will take 1.400 tuna of ugej 1^01 barn IOUJ halt-b.oiel;. ,,| molu rtH %  %  ii. %  , r il| ii-sve for St. John wick, alonj with 3iM) barrob "i and 20O Kirrels of vacuum >an tnotae a ei Pot 6erel. Uu loading 3nti pun< harreli of moln The Puritan brought no cargo for (hiK iw-rt It i iiovnd the end ,,| tl,, The Hon. The C.l Secretary. Col. Secretary's Office. Bai badoa, |fl .,n SIR.—I am directed to Inrorn lalUnan ID* pointed "\ the (lovcmor to enthe adminlstr.ition and %  on of the Qenoral Hoapltal not appointed to enquire Into imbvuiuai grtevan ,., nplalnti i %  •'i.Miai Beeretary C PILORIM Flour Gfjnwfl Todav By 'Sun Jewel 1 I'lantarioii* I .id Mduy will be ihe Sagucna' I'.inunals Lut, Irelffhtot s.s Sun Jewel. It Li Li miiins; for Barb'..ios II shipment of 1.900 bags ot Hour from Halifax. Nova Scotia. • lour hi ennMei isH Jason .'one.* c*. Co.. Ltd. Quite a lew culls have been made this year by ship* oi ,lii.s line with llour from Canadi. CARRIBBEAN WORKERSUNION LECTURE BY Labour Commissioner Mr E S BURROWES — at — 8.00 p.m. — on — Tburaday, Ma>h. 1950 — at — Synacogue Building. Synagogua Lane. Subject "TRADE UNIONS AND THEIR PROPER FUNCTIONS" \ll Member, are iniited BROADWAY SELKI TI05 NYLON STOCKINGS $1.80 a*r pair all shaon PLASTIC : %  '<" wMe in White Bloc, Lemon A Pink GOe. pnfj BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multi rolour 38c. each VF.LVrT RIBBON In Red. Black. N-ivy and Ureee READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT Tfffl UHOIIIWAY IIHISN SHOP. Barbadon Friendly Football Association i at. t %  i %  %  tertwn ai %  3RD DIVISION GAMES i ft ited V \1 PX 2—0 :n i Third D vlaton Bxture at One goal I d ui each i-nlf of the avace and Y.U.C A. played to i ono-all draw at ComV MCA nelt.-o %  ., | and in the first hat C bxi mere etiuahse.1 0111111* the The Weather IH>\1 sun 1:...5 43 a.m. sun gegai an p. m Moam (ijst Quarter) May 8 lilhllni: 7.M p.m. %  Ilsh Water: 1 ' a.m.. 508 p.m. YESTVKDAY hunl.lt t 111 .riii,:i..,il Nil I'emperature uMas.) 86.e* 1 l>niperaturr (Mln.l 74.S* P \\ind nor, 1. r* 19 A.m.} h by N < pam., E Wind Velorlty 1? miles ggfl hour IUrmeter 9.Mt 2/oaffr /'aftti-orf G:'x Ol VERMIN SNEAKES? GETS A B!(3eANS0JT0P j IT WHEN A R*L | SETS IN A JAM \ AW0 HITS THE HEADLINES — ALLTOSET.: NOW BOVS % %  %  '-WlSOSECS SONfi"\ HA-WAI'.EScrA | CE1E6SJTV IN COR AMPST.BOy'lTHiG HA" TO 6O ON THE f\ BULLETIN BOARD!! 1 T SENT TVlE ^.. .~— By Jimm y Hadu BUT W U=.^ C /BUT./MRTEDITORT WHEN THE SHOE IS ON HIS OWN STUMBL'NS RDOT-.-GiVEA USTEN TO HIS TEARY REFRAiN • / SlR-THINKOFMy POSITlON-WU'VE I JUST QOT TO KILL \ THE STORY-THINK OPMV FAMILV-My REPUTATION—MY L. STANDlNe >N THE COMMUNITYIm ihmt a%a#acf ff>/-uruiii i a Suit T.ii!.., .-,< by us. On!y the Finest tfii.ihi. Suitings sturkril only thiBest Workmanship J |W t.inleej ^r-^,l'T IS FIT YOU "^— .VVUU1 r P. (. S. MAFM I 10. LID. "Top So.ii-.s in Tailorini;" Tadaits Skidoi Tin* SYMINGTON'S PEA FI.OUR „ LVLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP in 2's I .. PALETHORPES MEAT ROLLS n .. YORK CHILICON CARNE in Is „ CARROTS in Is, 2s J, 2Ws .. SPAGHETTI with MEAT Bot< PEANUT BUTTER—3-oz. i lO-o; .. TOMATO KETCHUP .. ANCHOVY ESSENCE MANGO CHUTNEY FRENCH MUSTARD Pks. 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WED I -l> \\ M \v I'M. I 1 III R BARBADOS ADVOCATE %  I*-, BARBADOS &# ADVOGffE rI -.1 -i %  I H Mrt ** **>. JUVWBM o. in. •*. MM ac MMM W.-flrx-MUv. May I, 115i IIAIIIIOl II WARNING THE AN \'T from London that ... m been made to utilise OQptrc for shipping bein and the United : umuun that have been it.rig in Barbados for many days. oi the %  %  %  | (arrison %  %  St Lucia i | tbt boat! n[ that line adds nuuncemcnt : ,.. %  Qow i nnu-iit M la by the Colonial :s. but a new the proposal (hat St. Lucia, wl p water harbour m nu<| was the ootUBg oantra >>\ lha W< I In Ik slmuin roughl Into th* limelight as a centre for ahlpping In the Eastern c nib) AT WEST N IN THE % • V. rlir. >l. .. IT is not to be thought that fedLieutenant Governor of I as as a live should be appointed to render the issue Is liny new tiling, or indeed High Commissioner free to un. rnsnl of the SOth Candertake regular tours of I the contrary, the id^a lory under his jm of [fii i %  .' Oba Bfltii teen to be carried out in a warmi* ither is aa old as lintish inB hlp made available tor the pur'. the region. "Hie flrsl pose by th British Admiralty example Hi an attempt by King | n his discussion of the whole Charles 1. in the 17th Century, ,ub)oct. Murray makes comments to coiu.utut.> in the Extern Carwhich are still of interest, and I ibbean a single grouping inclupropose to quote a few of them, dung approximately the Windi n describing the asset* of Barward and Leeward Islands, and badoa he writes as follows-— Barbados. That attempt failed. "Whilst Barbados la but the succeeding centuries w.lf u Uy developed so far as the naseed various groupiigs of Windward and Le-ewa.tl Islands. Trinidad. Tobago and Barbados. it dateU. Two points appear to be significant— first, that i.Jiie of these grouping* appear to have been regarded as mnauj nil factory, ... %  arena the repeated changes in them. and secondly. ontinuad ti , %  various Islands ut %  tly separate administrations was not wholly tttl *' Two grouping I die federatlon of the Lsenrard whieh k on In li* area under agriculture cerned, she still preaents pot more harmful to H than efficiency acrompanied by a certa n amount of extravagance. But it is the attainment of a rea: efficiency at an economical cost at which the West Indies should aim, not that sort of I however, which is bound by ./on of each Colony, or which la cut oft at a point at which it could, if given the opportunity, sti 1 further expand, but an efficiency that will impress Its strength not onlj In the Colonies of its orig n. but also in the Empire and in the i at large." Overseas Visitors At Eastbourne Health Congress (rrom Our London Correitpondent I LONDON, April 2Ih FROM Bermuda u, Btlnium. from Port ol Spain a-aaid.%  %  ", "" d •( %  Oi inc Royal Sanitary Initltut*. Thaw annual meoungs art %  r.cled by over 2.000 delegates from "oral authorities '"f 0 "*"" out the British Iiles are concerned with one proo.em—world health. i*B*l at the COLONNAL u ually • V TINS DUTCH APPLE SAUCE 71 %  SO OVALTTNE .72 M VIM CLEANSER —L.irgr .28 .24 VIM CLEANSER —SmaU .16 M Much of the working of the congress was conerned directlv with the British Isles but many or %  an applicable for delegates rrom .hose areas. .. jddltion to Murray's own slbiltiea of development in writings there is available a most shipping and its corollary bencinteresting account of a discussion fits. Amongst other things ihfollowing a lecture given by him . ri(1 .| lrtll ,he coneress afforded the overseas C SMUndni a /.me „. London n 1911 The occasion J^*? !" ^ !" ^^ !" get together and disas a health resort for rich was a meeting sponsored bythe aei m wtA ,„ and other South West India Committee, at which Americans who fear tb*> rtjour Hurra] outlined a scheme or i toleration and the argument* • Pl aaa whi-h I have verv brief -ml. dry, .salubriouf. i Dot BAarMSd b0a In that discus. Chairman. Sir Owen Barbados ir. wb>ch to recover Philips, expressed interest, emfrom the effecta of the more phasised the need for a scheme o, .-in which they federation to emanate from th usually work and h people themselves, dwelt ml* A further ranuMDt whieh re-.l* difflrulties and doubtr.i little ironically In those Who anv material advantage w •artier aad the Windward Islands, work kn Hayings' House relates to result from a federal organization Antigua:— as dist net fr.m attempts L common is effect a single 11 small Mttteua •' attempt nl PsxftffraUon li Caota i %  Md end. namelv Sir John P noaaey's attempt of I8". whh-h led to disturbances in Barbados and the local connotation of the word f.'iiir.r.i'.h I, tt> to-d.iy except that the p %  otUsva gi-eatei admlnlftntlv* 38 years has io some MttBI thenm used hiproposals nnd work it argjumanta on a itudj of ttw eeol-otcnti.ilia ci\; %  .-gion and the hubKn the aubi el --f mi sUtoa 1 two based on a The c'"<' fortune of Si Lucui In tbia rn foil'.wed th .. I.III-I' Froi and thtime to time attempts havo p Mt \ ,,f Dundonald also <'< ilve this knotty anv p ropowi i which wouU problem but wil existing cost Of adminlstraM lha preM-nt moment the |( n Th( roma rks of Mr. OearfS whole question ts again under carrlngton of Barbados are I eonsidaratlon and hopea t n j nK> worthy of quotation almost I cntertar.'"! that MOM in f„u || 4 %  ws: — solution of lha difftcultj will bt found," the UuV touch upon this i* and we Barbadians helped to burn them [ agree that we ahoul I have one ol Kll %  %  %  in the W ilcieeaics .in 'p.nn IUIUIV w s v^-^i.lems peculiar to their own areas and to compare note-* on Improving health standards. Prominent among the delegates was Doreen -Smith, Kedleal Officer of Health (or Son >. Trinidad. She is in England on a course and attended the congress as one of the Jour delegates from the West Indies The } htr *J* !" Mr. S Moosai-Maharaj. Health Education Offlcer. Trinidad. Mr A F Hewitt. Port of Spam; and C H Suit..n. Acting Deputy-Director rf Medical lag eiCO, British Guiana. Dr L.mdreth-Smith advanced the view that the best method of ensuring health improvement was Bd training She advocated where i association l*twecn school childbool doctors, nurses and parents. "If people do not. understand about diet and disease thev will not know how to prevent it .she .,n be made to realise that prevention is better than cure, then improvement in health Is bound to follow Mr. Arthur White. Senior Health Inspector. Hongkong, explained the diltteulties confronting the authorities in the country A population of three quarters of a million pre-war had expanded to two and a half million bringing with it fresh problems of housing, (ceding and sanitation. He a] i Iraportancs of preven. ,.t the problems facing the Hongkong nuthoiitie* In Wping clear the uleaai For Your BATHROOM LAVATORY BASINS 25 x 16 — 2:: it With of without Pedestal CORNER BASINS with Pedestal rml, LOW-DOWN SUITES HIGH-UP SUITES TOILET PAPER HOLDERS SOAP DISHES WHITE GLAZED TILES — 6" x 6" Bevelled on 2 opposite edges ,. 3 ednes Bfll Curved edge UNGLAZED TILES 3' 3' WILKINSON & HAWKS CO LTD. Surceaaors !• % C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. Dial 447? 4H7 Bt.t KWITH STotj, The dsiep water harbourmenevei bout and to-dey tr* UsUnd %  K inli'ure <-f %  md U If vi i I Sir DougLtj Hitcin,. who i.-ft Butados ,. in Ml report publlebed i ill( concJ id. ; ti r .i though on oi over Ihree nld rwf i"' Juetifled by lha u Lp4 11 in the propoeed rakrbour ujidsrrtaktag In Ihsm t Krton which must ., TI Into eoriaidermtJoo mote pariicu>.,. i. (lamattori of %  lexge area >i land i the harbour u/ith the i 'n-'ructi.ui Since thai writti n the %  | %  % %  iteriing; and the i" I ""ados sir Douglaa Rtti l ki I "* 1 ( lent quantit) I i Itlon*" writing h %  1., IKthe Hi rbour achema In p tod in .,., %  ., o| 0 : hut BOsll10 reUM to ben thfl I expensive, [n hi! %  I ible but the bad i .-upp.ied Canadian %  la, hi %  %  lulana 10s. 9d. Mil. It is npl dillk-ult M s*v wh> .shippitu. con,,,. io avoid Barbados %  las Kiiihu' i.' thai "owiiu; to the reduction in the I Bca 0CJ of labour the I gawdlli as tx'cn reduced steadily .. ir with the attendant u i %  futuir at a port IN deeen n "i lha m %  .: I much p onomic cal or popul-ii • l,h rompi.i.i. (1 l^tawfoundland, then %  | i Turning to the tOtl Csnl .i,.,,, ,. M ni. In| to mi important changi ... out i -.hat at that Urns the Colonlea %  tiniilfl ri%  ata had m-rl> live times aa COnuaeal '"t-" ax Newfoundlha wrli ll11 land, thai In* i %  %  %  I.II Murray (now ,. thiw times those of the Mastei I %  < NewsoundLuid, th..i their aggroshortly before tha ilnt world pate trade was thrai ;n;u-; aamuch. War war. Vincent of New toundland ..-... %  %  . . to hU writing-, which ibl) laai unfortunetetg en l '" Be dealt also wlm various post.nn albh %  itlon In Murray. wtlUa boldhi i i| unity wii* desliable ., ihotil the triHiLh? : /ate u L.p u led* capacity, %  '' % %  I I %  %  lure, he pointed the ttfcadvantafca of ;i sttuaarlth hin r don whsteby ;>n "" t,, htrasttng ccsnpei I of back i" snd n %  n Murra lion of soveral 't 1 '-' i nn %  'I" the ami hil thing I think all I I • Commissioner shouhl %  badoa. Mi Mm ,„.t how preettc .', Indies have lake) Barbados and thai t' reason Ana a. Oovernor of B;iH stroni: legislatuir t*> look after affairs has nothini: lo do ami would have time (or such work! . At in are drifting swaj from tins country 11 e. the United K ngdotn) to U 11"'" %  incl our aa'vatii'n must Kta 1 ".! we wish many of llll d more closely to I %  io me that the onb n would be 1 %  houkl put oursel to talk of a propo*l ombine with Canada. In that way we should secure mnrkels at any rate for sugar producer! in the West hi'. %  i • that there .. tl cr object than gaining better n And hue W %  anal miotat'on Ho %  ip by Chinese refugees frorworua aa follows land une widen lasted four days, the nto twelve different sections. assed forty-two papers dealIna, with rerss mbjects as preventive mediind t"wn planning and tropical mailing! fm sanitary inspeeI tors, m '' of health, engineers and health visitors. Special films were aak .md In addition a aeries timisinK schemes and public w>rkand factories were arranged for the %  :d of the congress told :iiai bad housing was one of the major causei "I h;ui health. It led not only to %  overcrowding but almost equally lmpor%  'inns, the break-up of mem)al anxiety. The 0 beard Sir Allen Daley. Mediilealth for London County Council. speaking about the Brtttsfa National Health Scrvi. refer \o |b daggering cost of the curative side **> Taa BICARBONATE SODA p %  STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD. "INTERNATIONAL" PAINTS (HI WORLD! Ill It HOOI l\4. IV\IMS "DAiNBOLINE" ANTI-CORROSIVE I'AINT—for pknM iron roofs. — $7.20 per gallon lm i Impcriil) "PROPELLER" READY MIXED OIL AlNT-for shingle, asbestos cement, and aluminium roofs-kfj per gallon tin (Imparial), : of our i' 1 .in organAx•' % %  • %  i i Ich Is I undo. %  stnata, Isotatad. tusutegratad units, eweh itrivlng u wort > Ha own salvation in the | er fun of the thina %  %  through u last resort .md then onl* at th, lasl n robleni have I %  %  %  I %  aslon for delay moreovar ihal %  : antinulng %  i %  A.IV apt lo drop dond ind ir.ti i %  purpose* i .status world that lb with the linb • It* wsat Ind i ffest Indian < IhsroeslvM thai %  %  of the E.i He agreed thai th i we lirltish Gu that the %  not only Lod In the lif< V has arrived \ I drift i* and %  ••' %  v %  %  tance ol the eo-opci kj of the w< of tedera|ii n But aonv I not Infrequently exempl Red "> the attt. I cimmon affairs, and which U so well • rhyme:-Chatham with his rword oiidi i i waiting for B i Richard I han; Bll Rsshord. longing to be at %  • %  tuun." With these obser\ati Mi | Murray m 1812. I conthe )*;,:,"; : ,rtei Ue in own. It.has not been mj purpon t.make %  i on what tuna that I %  m.st'n.ke %  -"!"' %  %  '• %  ""' %  PotHdai sppesl ot prevantative| ld medldn cu-1 OalvamiMl Irci. 1. leatnietsoaa for %  shuuki form on the prou..,i,mi %  the lormini in. participating colons legl it,tag of lederal hi ,.I,I be the best ledi ach like < |k '" I 1 posed .,; thai the I the Stand. ..rds larger groupings, and the Commfttai ita blame requiring H reatooaJ ti Ml n on a regu %  il taa i.„i raatton KM lo anaace, he propoted Uiat it ahotiui ii ittOO that it would tltutton thai each pai ita or dlract ..mt ahould i ration, but ally to th" I tnat the be. %  dMmfte percentagi cnues of Ihe I Lltd greatly outweigh any *uch the condittcns of tintin ditlonal costs High I > words on this ill time )0b. point U-ai quo! an.i h consequently i rnor of Trinidt is it *i U-admitlett. should act as High Commissioner more detriment aeration, and that a opsMOt %  na i tditor Note; The above extract k Uken from a talk on • Fed M.in.M given by Mr. ( V. Cantair*. C M Ci lo ihr mem bera of the Barbados Muteum and lltslorical Soclet> laal night. Mr CamUlm dlwusM-J the meaning of the term Irdnalion. eotmldered sonic of the rrerequWlen of Kedrra tton In a liven croup of tornmuniUeK. and the lacier* hh prrdkpohe people l" J — in Federation and offered ..UI..V*. h..i relucunllv" a lew i. n...i'--v on Frderalion and thr el Indie* (reproduced above) The earlier part* ol Mr CarslaJrV lecture will be publ-Aed In Uie "Sanday AdveeaW. Royal Academy Dinner WINSTON CHURCHILL hai hh| landscapes hanglni favoured spots at this V UM Royal AcadSOty'l Annual Dinner ho and Clement Alllee amiably drank ind agreed, as the Prtn e hUn I m aach, that whatever the political parties it sraa not art. He cholca picture himself. La words, of what an election would b like if there were a "Minls.[ awa* with Picessol my party rtands tot the abolition of abstraction and the deliminatkon of impressionism? Perhaps it would be no more meaningless to the voter than I the largon of economics gaily thrown down from political platforms, The dil it No iiuawels, .delations. You will remember that las' U .: ih" painter of booee, threa down (us challenge lo the moderns. Judging from the pictures it this year's Academy il looks as if Sir Alfred has won— *nti the painters of purple trees have retreated to '.ess grand placethan Kurlingtoii Housc. PUT THE BLAME ON BRUItAS itli loog faces, publicity I Sgants with noses out of joint and harassed LonI don Transport officials in London this week. Scotland Yard has been raited in. the Mmisti \ uf works, and two London Chambers of Commerce tad — all becau tnaU bear. Her BasM h Hiumas. This four months' old Polar bear cub has been vet of a special conference at the Regent s o Hundreds of workers from nearby fac... (ompLmiod lhat Brumaa-queues prevent them from getting on buses at -peak" hours. Traffic gill not beer, able to find a soiuOon But a delegate 'rom iho Marvlebone Chamber <>'. Commerce reg.stered a vote of thanks to Brumas fur bringing so many tourists. Bnimea has earned more fame than anv other London Zoo celebrity. As a crowning glo'rv. she has lust been voted "Public Personality Number One Sana Moira Lister, the Bhn -tar. was a DOOI eiter-wnter to the 'Evening News" suggested that the Brums famil\ should be sent on a goodwill minion to Russia for new work, allow the surface to weather foraag yeai before painting. Then apply 1 coat of paint. 2. For previously painted work, if the surface ha| condition, rub down, clean, and apply 1 coatotaaftj 3. For previously painted work, ii the surfacshhl condition, rub down thoroughly, cle..n, and apply H of "International" Red Lead Graphite Primer, folk**. I coat of paint. Wooden Shingle. '' TiV r new work ;, PP'y 1 coal of -lira i national" fnse) Wood, kOllOWea b> 2 coats of paint 2. For previously painted work, if the surface hh( condition, rub down, clean, nnd J. for previously painted work, if the surface %  af condition, rub down thorough).. and apptj 1of • %  international" Primer for Wood tolluwed B7>< of paint. AsbesWH Cement 1 For new work, apply l coat of 'hi-.eniationaP CaBB* Plaster Primer, followed bv 2 coats • ; i For previously painted work, rub down thorough* and apply 2 coats of paint. Aluminium. 1 For new work, apply 1 coat of Yellow PriinWS*. lowed by I coat of paint. Z. For previously painted work, rub down thorousU?-' and apply i co. t of paint. --.ced fi " produrtI of ln t* !" ati> "ol Pain**,!* DA COSTA & Co.. Li HAKDWARB AND ELE0TE1CAL DEPABIMB' 1 Ol It 111 \IM IIS MAI: ... Advocate, %  id are What \IMMII Society To l ritri Tre>e3fi < own .//.,/kk of plantinti of tne one Th( El(lltir Thc a,a, a catl, air. : will pass before the %  Please Mr./Urs. Lai, think bafOl that tree. '. words in that tret mage a SIR.—As a citizen snd past %  %  lature. a* the most able son ol % % % % % %  % % %  %  to your raadera I or moOrm usad itage stamp* '.'.. %  ifie Ro> \\ Aii %  It is most advantageous if comor stamps on -Unark>. while any unwanted %  be most e, but all conti will 1* extremely welcome. Business houses, li nto to organize the of larger han is pess 11 course, but no s or wnall. will be acknov I would like to pom'. appeal quite in:eavou* 'u object of who have served in the Royal An Force, or who have been associated with it Others, no doubt, will also llkt to help, and all can be assured that contribution costing them postaae to the address I be of great benefit and will je %  j recviveo K S KYD. r Benson. England. DIM IMIM eewaouu warn ••. i ia ii„ FINE FOti FOR yw tHOira a*J TRIPE y%gM RABBIT POaOtJBI ?ua SPA Ol AXE SOWJ] —" I OIIIHII FROM VOIMH&4 —



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



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




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Ministry
Warns

Fs

The terms of the offer it is
eighteen shillings.

kK. Urges
axati on Talks

fith Brazil

LONDON, May 2.

in has asked the Bravilian
n to start talks on a
agreement. This
n in the House of
today by the Financial
to the British Treasury,
fas Jay, in reply to a

on |
i

2(



y said that Britain was
| a Brazilian suggestion
start of negotiations
whether it was true
tions had been going
ut a year, and whether
oreign Office was “‘alive to
gency of this matter in view
g taxation in Brazil
threat to some of
Mr. Jay replied: “Yes

Et

ous

importance of this
realised.”
—Reuter.

ce Prepares

Showdown

OLD KING
PARIS, May
mech Government is pre-
avery frank showdown
" an and British
over Indo-China at
e of the three For-
“in’ London next
learned from the
today that Robert
to put the point
either the United
to give France sub-
prompt aid in de-
China against Com-
gression or else France
0 envisage bringing to
efforts to hold the
gic line in Indo-
d.—Reuter.

9

“
"

nds

Years Jail

ROME, May 2.

Godolfo Graziani,
great figures of
Fascisrn, was tonight
by a military tribunal
s’ imprisonment for
h with the Germans.

t announced that the
Commander-in-Chief
s “last gasp” army in
aly would be pardon-
and 8 months of this

has already been in
‘over four years, the
olved a further 14

tion.
—Reuter.

no
“ge,

Oi

for t

NAD

(From Our Own Correspondent)

B LLEGATION has been brought t
4% Ministry that a Barbados firm has ende:voured t« sell
off ration in this country.

ther Passenger |



p For West Indies

bie” Back On Run

(Our London Correspondent)

ench Line passenger ship,

ed as a hospital ship, wi ck i
ce, Britain and the West Indies in a
he first time since 1939. Her skipper will be

Of Food
Buyers

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LONDON, May 2.

o the notice of the Food

reported were ten pounds of |

for ten shillings, including postage, or twenty pounds

It is unlikely there will be
] Many takers.

A Food Ministry spokesman
pointed out this morning that
purchase by individuals of ration-
ed goods from abroad, whether
from a sterling area or not is

illegal and any person known to
make such purchases will be liable
to prosecution.

The present price of sugar here,
which is strictly rationed to half;
pound per person weekly, is five
pence per pound.

The only way in which sugar
may be sent from abroad is as an
unsolicited free gift and any}
packages thus sent must be clearly
marked “gift parcel”.
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W.I. May
Get Better

Offer

-FOR SUGAR QUOTA

(By Our Own Correspondent)

9

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2.

I hear from reliable sources
here that there is “misunder-
standing” whether an Australian
agreement would have been re-
opened with the United Kingdom
to give the West Indies a bigger
sugar quota

These sources pointed out
Professor Beasley stated at the
Grenada talks that Harold Rob-
inson, leader of the B.W.LS.A.
delegation tc London, in obvious-
ly good faith represented to the
Conference that West Indian
negotiations were stultified in
advance by the arrangement that
not even a ton of additional sugar
could be added to the W.I. quota
without re-opening the Austra-
lian agreement.

Beasley explained this as a pro-
visional understanding with the
Food Ministry as it appeared that
that position would arise only if



that

the United Kingdom market
exceeded the 2,325,000 tons taken
as an assessment of the share of
the Dominion and Colonial pro-
ducers.

As a result it was stated here
that the W.I. delegates leaving
for the United Kingdom in a
week's time, stand ‘a splendid
chance” of getting a better offer



Bangkok Meet
Will Decide

LAKE SUCCESS, May 2.

Communist China’s application
for membership of the United;
Nations Economic Commission for
Asia and the Far East has been
teferred to the Commission’s
meeting at Bangkok on May 16
for a decision.

The application said Chi Chao
Ting had been appointed Commu~
nist representative —Reuter.
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28.

LONDON, April
s.s, Colombie, which during

-
1ew

Garrigue who made many trips to the Wesi Indies.















GART, May 2.

‘€s authorities today
‘to prevent the depar-
eentina of a German
; indicted for bribery

scandal. They

rrende
fs

BY ra t
&uthori

er, and
action from
Sib
F, for

os

to three
Officials now
wePting brihes

BR sentences

—Reuter.
ee

KTWO MINISTERS

from
nist
SUtpost
Burop,

May 2
nave
OV

Estonia,

Sters hee
&xj 4 beer

Comm,

the G





emburg-Baden State

of the exit
Kaese, wealthy
told
: the
ities who have in-
is accused of offer-
former denazi-
standing
r irom
xchange for lower

nent



The Colombie, which made 4
ybrief appearance on the West
Indies run before the war, has

undergone many constructional
changes since her first voyage. He.”
two original funnels have been re-
placed by one of modern stream:
lined design. This has had the
effect of inereasing the deck space
availabl# to passenge?s. —

The layout of the engine room
has also been changed, resulting iu
a saving of space and which has
been utilized for refrigerating
machinery. The ship will now ve
able to carry refrigerated cargo.

Although the Colombie will
be essentialiy a passenger linsr,
with accommodation for 584
passengers spread over thre
classes, a ceftain amount of

——— re

| tate loading, a modern, electri-
eally-driven loading system has
been introduced which has
enabled many of the forme:
winches and derricks to be dis
pensed with

The
Gaset





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freight will be carried. To facili- |



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ees tre

A—WEST INDIES

RATION SUGAR
OM BARBADOS

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Will Be Discussed

Tory M.P. Wants Assurance



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—

Commons

F Griifi
P ~
rom Griifiihs
(From Our, Own Correspondent)
: : LONDON, May 2.
THE DANGER of West Indian-Canadian shipping com
munications breaking down as a result of restrietions oa
dollar imports is to be raised in Parliament.



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i !
| This tollews » recent expression of concern by the Barba- & %
| SAYS GEN. KENNEY dos ( hamber of Commerce and similar institutions in the 1
soe 2 se | West Indies e |
i WICHITA, Kansas, May 2 i #: Mr atrick Donner Conserva Bee
General Geers - © Kenne ryye . ( r is t seek f 2
in wat head of the | Tiger Goes trom the Colonial Sec Ho

SHINGLES DAY IN THE HARBOUR—The 1 aa A a : ee oe ce g lames Griffiths on May ph St

harbour from the CH tein cae R—The last truck load of shingles which lined the inne | ; War with Rus } Shoppi ne rea restrictions upon \ :

cee heen Ny " IBERLAIN to the VICTORIA Bridge yesterday, moves off to the \ coming vith Russia j ux from Canada “are not suc %

1 ne Story on page ¢ ee vitacker } : r ver Ww i
— : hid cee Ne Gals Nbeablia I CALCUTTA, May Jas to endas an West

India Would = Coaliti | nad sone so far as to set a vear|| not Royal Bi [ty eo recs a Y
Y a j for the attack, he addex ee See 1 | ~nider i
W oul Coalition Government | 008 8° oat Sal nable shop= || eyath |
Li T % sah | Club | pl nire to-d 1} .
. / * 5 eae = re r | , ein ‘ i} wi vi ;
ike Not F l For U.K Be said test, se. ineewationn)| H conn “
oOo 1.our /VYO avourec or U.A,. ituation now ciploaea? | escape . ae
The W.l at a , {| attendants.» Shopps | Wes -
Ms ° e | > Nn r LONDON way 2 blu 1 , | . re | | _" ,
BOTH GOVERNMENT and Opposition leaders in the | The S es Reute || .
3 y ‘ To) : . . +4 ( OV iE ‘ i t j 1 : ;

ue sa en May 2. House of Lords tonight frowned on the idea oi National} was one of ae 1]

é ndian Cricket Team n Picci (ae escbea ain, . : ae eee = . } —— “
visit the West Indies in 1952—53. | I ee Gevernment for Britain \n indepedent Peer, | Haha | vee y ° Pole : : ;
lhe West Indies Cricket Board of} ord I ton, proposed ta urge the leaders ot all three parties . A hk lier ( la “rr? s | . ai ; ‘
Control hase extended an invita- tc issue an agreed statement on the measure needed as i : ‘ 2, } ; .

SSID > winter, A. § 4 Cover oi , h _ sed
Mello, President of the Indian overnment to carry them out. a _ ? ( ;
Board of Control, said in an inter- a Lord Addison Government vie VASHING : i ‘ I
view here to-day | Leader, sala the suggesuon wa . 7 eid a “an I: avou rs ‘

India would be delighted to tour SPOR \ not practical politics’ at present
the West Indies, he added, but it _28 far as there is a crisis, we . erey we i
would not be possible to send a\ are gradually overcoming it” he t 4 i lis ar
team until 1952. WINDO said. — Reuter, 1S Hy

De Mello said an Indian team; Lord Salisbury, Conservative A ARS pasate j LONDON, } f
would be visiting England in 1954 Bertnn wut st Motes 3 man, admitted that a Coalition | eee Me ; } {
and it would be more convenient A tg a: Te ha a “has very considerable advantages x ORS ac ; ; ‘ be Matthey ?

1 ‘ « is af 10€ us : ‘ ~ - » ed SS} { ) a . Seine ‘
for the party to go to the West In- econd division footfall axiure, in dealing with a supreme emer I Ussia Has Roc ke t rea ves los : +
dies after their English tour. De a 1 beaten by the Dames gency” but added “I personalls : . — }
Mello will discuss details of the| = ag Teka’ pe reno think it is very wrong to regard it Installations “ . p ‘
proposed tour with the President } Mr. O S. Coppin as an ideal form of Governmen a | . ;
of the West Indies Board when it] On the contrary it leads to certain SAYS STOWAWAY | " ae es %
is in London at the next meeting | C.S.0.B. at eee re ee meet extremely bad results. Lord, Eltor \ a y La . we
of the Imperial Cricket Conference Edwardy.. and. Police Oi cnaare withdrew his motion, PHILADELPHIA, May 2 bore k . ret " oe i
—Reuter. Y.M.C.A. at Black Rock. Mr —(Reuter.)} A stowaway, who claimed | fract by ed ee Are ; s e
Ginemtondnnlininents E. Amory is referee . . . * : 4 ! , ‘ les | m to the ¢
| ane a cae B 1 oh 1 have es c aped from a Seviet con mn the Reuter. saai< : in ongie. Tae
W | Pi k t 7.90 this evening at Y.M.C.A e 2 | ntration camp and is now in an : a !
ac headquarters in a First. Divisioa | Lib ] |; American gaol, has told his lawyer T ° or eetEm. 345 cordance Ww!
ant 1c | Bei = ree a. he eee era Ss : that. Russia. has built . pewerful i No Jesuits A Howed Ps : vat 4 0 ; i ¢ oer pion
} vill 2 ved by floodlig f i ket istallatic . -- the 3 s Tuna right diet duty
Y F ° Thess teams are tied at. the PP R f ° | rocket igstallations in the Arctic @uoti: {
AMS ed 3 4 ts . : F Loting rg ents that legal
m da bend of the First Division: table use t n |} and Balge areas aimed at Alaska IN| SWITZERLAND ey eee
ea rl MA | and a win will give either . of | e Oo Ol Norway and Sweden. isatior > voluntary euthanas
||. them the lesa.” ‘The going aiawitc onse . Mr. Victor Martunuk, describing} ,,_., V“TICAN CITY, May 2 on e equivalent to eeasene
LONDON, May 2 "police WI_aies, Man 35 r t y |} himself as a Russian nave cert oa : Riccardo | Suicide wwder, the ear

oe : ; » May 2 Police 8 meet b.8:S. it | i é assian naval en- F . :

The West Indies, who open their liv. £, at 8.30 2 va Ives | gineer, in a statement issued to- | nduc i | “ ™ ys : ¥
first-class season against Worces- | mov wee Reap fixture at LONDON, May 2 |} day through his lawyer, Mr. Ivan | , rit i " ot a)
tershire on Saturday, will choose | | nand. S Mi Pc eae ate | Leaders of the British Liberal] M. Czap, said that while | , Re aa 7 i
the side during the train trip to} \ Parna at 6.00 and Everton | Party today gave an official rejec | Soviet prison camp Ss l | 3 so tl ca ;
Weoy Ml in all, anaes j vs. Shamrock at 6.30 jticn to Conservative Party over- | north of Leningrad, he 1 ned | * a La

R0V arshall, who is recover-| tures for an anti-Socialist coali-| information about rocket i talla } ’ yy A *
ing from measles, is expected to] “| tion. 1 tions pointed at Alaska fr the re h 4 A MINE IN 1
rejoin the party on Thursday | j After a three hours’ meeting | Arcti lan if Nov

Arty PAGAS<(- i | After d ( ‘ ing of | Are land of iva Ze ’ ’
i All the remaining players are| Police Investigate the Liberal Party Committee, the —Reuter : c Hil V. { LIK EL : oh
fit, Reuter. | Chairman, Mr. Clement Davies ming , , ;
‘ . . on i rT + * I > 441 s¥yT . fe
| piad > is said ‘the Liberal Party Committee | ; ne WASHINGTON ™W a
| Series Of Deaths | Tsures ‘Liberals in the count Girl Fatal Reuter :
Wh | that it has no intention of co! y « | > . 2c ~ :
Government | PARIS, May 2, | tht ita, no Intention of con | RED CROSS ASK
| Paris police are investigating a| 1 =a - eee ' r T ,
: . . £ 4) Liberal Party. / a OUTLA
Responsible jase of deaths,.{hrough illness The Liberals polled 260.000 W ound: d | AW ATOM g
}and accident, in which pretty 12-] : . +c : ~ 7
’ ea ¥ 14-1 votes at the last General Elcction ‘3 ’
‘ ° ee ae Anne Marie Guyon lost} but returned only nine embe in Explosion ot
; . jher father, mother, brother ana | ¢ ahs Ms ; |
I or Riots grandmother within a week. ; ie senanens.. 1) Ue new Par- HONG KONG, Ma | 7
| Gerard Guyon, an industrialist lament Shese wie. eccupy almos A grenade expioded outside the | | ra
JOHANNESBURG, May 2. | died of lung tronible ine Paris a balance of power position dffice of the English ' | ‘ ‘

mn UMass, ement.” | a> : a aris au —_ i. Bios i .

The Freedom Movement, |West End flat on April 21. (Reuter.) | “Hong Kong St: ard : | |b =f,
which organised an official May | . : day, fatally wounding ar ‘ | —Keuter. nt (Reuter,)

Day strike., today held South! Eight days iater his five-year- ald Chinese girl. It v the } ie
Africa’s Nationalist Government )old son Henri fell from his grand-| (7 ‘ expicsion in Hong Kong hre it ea = ra ene eniniearennpersmniet: ouengsestinnee Tt
responsible tor last night’s riots in | ny other's lap to the floor and died Canadian Wants U.N. days va a
which latest official figures saic|ol a brain haemorrhage. Emergency Talks | Three Chinese men ev 3 4 a ge f

13 Africans were dead and 25} When the doctor broke the news OTTAWA, May 2. jman were injured in 4 ex- | FOC Fe AOFA, Of MH CE hejh CVE CHE

seriously wounded |of the boy's death, the grandmoth- Gordon Graydon, Opposition | plosiom and another for re hurt |

Africans were not responsible | er, Madame Conde, aged 60, and (Progressive Conservative) for-|when a police van, on its te}
for the “tragic events,” said the | the 38-year-old mother Susanne | eign affairs critic, called to-day on | the scene, collided with a I i
Communist-led “Defend Free|both collapsed. They died next|Canada to seek an emergency| The grenade struck the wall
Speech Convention,’ which hac iday within three hours of each | session of the United Nations Gen- |the newspaper building Car |
called on Africans to demonstrate | Other eral Assembly and Security Coun- | winds vgere the editorial staff |
for freedom of speech. movement! The women’s bodies have been|cil “in*a courageous and deter-|were at work on the “Standard’s” |
and assembly |sent for a post mcictem examina- | mined effort to preserve the peace. |companion Chinese paper ‘Tsing- |

The group’s protest was focussed | tion.—Reuter, —Reuter zato’ Reuter. j
on the Gavernment’s bill resery- | SY oN ene
ing a residential area for particulay | : T 7 ’ : |
racial groups. | Missing Plane ACCUSERS, LIARS U.K. Strengthens |

—Reuter. WASHINGTON, May 2 T I M p
Professor Owen Lattimore, Stat« roo| IS a alay a |
¢ }

Eight Nations Will

Not Visit Jerusalem

TEL AVIV May 2

Right of the 10 member states |
of the United Nations Trusteeship |
Council, invited by the Israel
|

|

Government to visit Jerusalem,
have sent negative replies, it was
officially announced here tonight
The eight were Argentina, Aus-
tralia, Belgium, France, New Zea- |
land, the Philippines, Britain and
the United States. }

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Fresh Hopes For
State Treaty

LONDON, May 2.

The Soviet Government has
proposed a further meeting of the
Austrian Deputies for next Thurs-
day (May 4) instead of May 22,
as proposed by the Western Gov-
ernments. |

The Soviet proposal has aroused |
ifresh hope for the conclusion of !
{the Austrian State Treaty, It!
| was made by Mr. George Zarubin, |
the Soviet Deputy. |

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| Professor Curie |

Dismissed
SAYS “OFFICIEL



May Be Safe

Department Adviser on the Fa
PARIS, May 2. East, told a Senate Committe SINGAPORE, May 2
A ’plane carrying 12 passengers | Under oath today that people who Britain to-day announced rein-
including the French High Com- | accuse him of being a Commun’s forcements of her anti-terrorist |
|missioner for the Cameroons and | are liars. The Committee is inves- | force in Malaya by at least 3,000;
|six children, missing since yester-| tigating a charge by Senator | Ten

day, was vonight found with all} Joseph Mc Carthy that the Stat«













passengers safe, according to un-! Department is harbouring Com- third Royai Marine Commando
confirmed reports from Algiers. muaists. Reuter. Brigade and the 13/18th Hussars
Sarcnigs anion Set aceryailtonjecsichbnies total imoured troops now serving in}
ley r he Middle East . i
INOUNCES These fresh troops ‘llow the
au 2%6th Gurkha mfantry from Hong,
Kong and two Royal Air Force 1 lifetime of study may be
JAP COMMUNISTS — oS" Soe Seles | re
|ments in the gueriNa-infested | given to the art
t | jungles.—Reuter. : ;
bee ; z | of choosing the appropridi.
Occupation Resistance si ‘fron guia
| nuch which is
Just In Time | :
; ; TOKYO, May 2. amendments to the Tax Bill, | just very good. Yet, wher:
Genera’ Douglas McArthur,| which was rejected by the PARIS, May 2. | ni !
oe Sins in Japan, dis- Upper House of the Diet yester- An eleven-year-old French boy | COBMEOENES Are CONnEENEN
clesed three anti-oceupation inci- day. told the Reims police, Eastern} the na & }
¢ » me son vad e
dents today a few hours after Diplomatic circles believe the }France, that he placed a heavy | ee * hone
denouncing Japanese Communists telegrams were addressed to|uwor bar across the Paris-Stras- | Old Bond Street, London’
for trying to lead their nation} Brigadier Whitney as a silent|bourg railway line to see how a} : Hi ;
than } ohtamnee eer disaster] protest against his group con-| train derails. { is an unfailing guide —
an her recent defeat".* tinuing to “advise” the Govern- But policernen, not believing i
The three incients—believed! ment on such matters, that the child did it at all by him- for er
by observers to indicate growing (3) Another instance of |self, are investigating. — | when only the best will
Japanese res’stance to the occu-| Japanese defying occupation| On April 25, the driver of a)

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the Communist Party's reported! Tokyo court sentenced 12|track near Chaluys sur Marne and |
decision to take “direct action”—| Japanese to three years hard| warned the next station in tim
were | labour for obstructing a mil'tary|to have it remmoved before an
_ (1) 1,000 students at Tohoku; jeep during anti-taxation|train passed there —Reuter.
University in Northern Honsh:|} demonstrations. |
shouted down General! Speaking on the third anniver-| . r
McArth ir Educat'onal [sary of the Japane constitution } Russian Walk
Adviser Dz Eels, and} to-day General McArthur had |
force I te a ton lec it ] ’ the ature f = >
a rsa re of th Out No. 22
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ney, Government Section Chief,| the question whether it should LAKE SUCCESS, May 2
announced he had got 85 fany ‘onger be regarded as Russia t rought or nun
g n 48 hot from pr¢ | recognised political movement ‘ walkouts fron Unite
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Whi:

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IS Exéellency the Governor

and Mts. Savage, accompanied
by Capt. W. Lambert attended
the Annual Meeting of the British
and Foreign Bible Society at the
Y.M.C.A. Hall Jast night.

That Worcester Schoo!

. E. BIRD, who is one of the

eleven men selected for the
Worcester te:m to play against
the West Indies in their first

fixture in England, went to school
at the King Edward VI Grammar
School, at Stourbridge, Worcester
with Mr. Graham Wilkes, Sports
Master at the Lodge Schoo}, Mr

Jhonnie Walker, who upto a short
time ago was a Master at Lodg*?

and Com...Ralph A. Beard, Auc-
tioneer.

King Edward VI Grammar
School was founded in 1505 and

such well known personalities as
Dr. Johnson, the famous English
Literary figure, Sir Cedric Hard-
wicke, the film star, went to school
there.

The Hon. The Lord Bishop
Hughés"Wtien he was on leave a
year ago in England visited the
King Edward VI Grammar Schoo!
and gave a talk about the West
Indies while he was there

Mr. Stewart Perowne’s .ather
the late Bishop of Worcester took
a keen intevest in the school

Off To Norway

R. CARL DONS, Assistant

Representative of the British
Council accompanied by Mrs
Dons and their two children
Michael and Karen are leaving
Barbados today on the first lap of
their journey home on leave
They are first flying to Trinidad
and thence to Aruba to join a
Norwegian tanker which will take
them direct to Norway where Mr
Dons’ parents live. Carl Dons is
himself of Norwegian extraction

“We are spending two months
with my parents—part of the time
in Oslo and part in the country
and then we go on to England to

stay with my wife’s parents in
Kent. We shall be away about six
months and then return to Bar
bados. We would like to take the
opportunity through your column
of saying goodbye nd au revoir
to our many friends and acquaint
ances
Just In Time
RS, M. L. BERRY returned on

N

B.W.1.A's B.G. flight yester

day, just in time to meet her so
Mr, Charles Baiza, his wife and
two children, who arrived from
Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Mt
Baiza a pilot with B.W.1A, and
expects to be here for bout two
week

Mrs. Berr vas staying in B.G
with her laughter Mrs Pat
O’Dowd who left with her a few
weeks ago for B.G vith her
hustiand and baby They were
here on long leave

Make Up Artist

R. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
Representative of Max Factor

in the West Indies arrived yester-
day from B.G. by B.W.LA. He
was accompanied by Miss Maria
Luisa Huarte, Max Facter Make-
up artist Who will e conducting
make-up isseg here di the
week he i avir the
Windsor Hotel and is due t Ave
on Sundd@y for Puerto Rico and
Cuba. M1 Marshall expect
be here until approximaicly May
idth
Here For Holiday
M* ERIC JOHNSON, Directo!
of Jona Brown, Hubbard

and Co. Ltd., of Grenada, is in
jarbado for holiday during
which time he will be visiting
many of His old friends, He is a
guest at Cacrabank

Mr, and Mrs. Francisco Molinet
who have been spending thei!
honeymoon there, have now ré¢

turned to Caracas

BY THE WAY...

HE most disappointed man in

England today is Mr. Arthur
Gowdger of Bodmin. Since last
Monday he has been living in a

kennel on waste ground near Sal
ford, in order to be on the spot fo

the Manchester United vs Port
mouth Cup-tie today

Early this morning he w
shouting with excitement, and a

passing humanitarian, thinking he
was becoming hysterical, chained
him up. Everyone thought it was
a joke, and left him there. Unless
he can persuade somevune that he
is a dog, he is pretty sure to miss
the match,
Saving Time
A LECTURER said the other
day that people now have no
leisure to read long poems. The:
reading has to be compressed. O!
course, Lack of time, also, to lock
at big pictures or listen to long
bits of music is :esponsible for a
drive to compress large canvases
and to cut out inessential bars and
whole passages from sy mphonies
and concertos, By making a precis



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A Gentleman Is 4 ‘“‘Lady”’

NE of the fifteen lovely models
that will parade at the firs
Annual Hair Style Show and
Dance in aid of the Christ Church
3aby Welfare League and Babies

in St. John at the Drill Hall on
Friday night will be a yourts
gentleman, made up as a young
lady

The audience can amuse them-
selves in trying to find out which
“lady” is a gentleman

Several well known
artistes are contributing the
Variety Show as well. Mr. Fred
Goddard, M.C.P., Mr Ww. Ww
Reece, M.C.P., Mr. O. T. Allider,
M.C.P and Mr F ae
Bethell M.C.P have extended
their patronage to the Show

local
to

En-route to Montreal

M* AND MRS. THEODORE|
HUNTE who arrived yester-

B.W.LA. with
are on their

day from B.G
their three children
way to Canada. Mr. Hunte is with
the Demerara Bauxite Co Ltd,
in B.G., and they expect to leave
for Montreal on Thursday via
Trinidad and New York Mr
Hunte was in Barbados for a short
last year

After Two Weeks

ROSAMUND
been in

by

time

ISS
who
two
B.G

NEWSAM
Barbados
on leave, returned
yesterday by B.W.LA
She is on the Georgetown staff of
the Royal Bank. Her mother who
arrived from B.G a week ago
and several members of the
Edwards family, with whom she
has been staying, were at Seawell

has
for

weeks

to see her off

For Summer Helidays
M* PETER FARMER, who is

doing hi second year at

Dawsons in Engineering returned
from Canada on Saturday by
r.C.A. for the Summer holidays
He is son of Mr, and Mrs. Cyril
Farmer of Gibbons

Also arriving on Saturday by
TCA to spend her summer
holiday with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. E. L. Clarke of Fortesque
St Philip, was Miss Josephine
Clarke who is at MacDonald
( llege in Canada

For Grenada Appointinent

N ISS GWEN CUMBERBATCH
daughter of Mtr nd Mr

¢ W. Cumberbatch, of Hallo
v The Ivy left here on

Saturday by B.W.1.A., for Trinidact





en route to Grenada to take up het
new appointment at the Anglican
High Sehool for Girl Ske will
spend a week in Trinidad first
with her mother, and sister, Mrs
J. A. Moore, before going on to
Grenad for the opening of the
term which commences on May

Miss Cumberbatch has been
acting on the staff at Queen’:
Colles since 1948



of a Shakespeare play, the whole

thing could be got through in ten
minutes or so As a racil
motorist said recently, In the
time it tales you to henp a
Beethoven Symphony | can burn
up enough road to get her going
nicely

The Narkover Seandal

D* SMART-ALLICK issued a
statement yesterday, a copy
of which was sent to the Press and
to the Governing Body
Narkove!

Investigations have shown that
the beer-sodden brown bowler
found on the top of a junior boy's
wardrobe was not, as at first was
suspectea, an emanation or psychic

ot

phenomencn but a tangible,
material bowler Mr. Warblow
naturally would not expect such

an article to appear in his house,
and therefore concluded that it
was a spirit-bowler, The explaina-
tion is simple, Last week certain
experiments in the Science Schoois
necessitated the use of a brown
bowler. The bowler was left there

Caub Calling

Arrived Over The
Week-End

TAYING at the Ocean View

Hotel for two or three weeks

are Mrs. O. P. Bennett and her

daughter Joan. They arrived in

Barbados over the week-end from
Trinidad.

Visited Her Daughter

Iss M. F KIRTON ot

Peronne, Worthing, who has
been holidaying in B.G. for the
past two months has been visiting
her daughter Mrs. Noel Farrar and
staying with her in Georgetown.
Mr. Farrar is with Sprostons Ltd.,
in B.G.

Recent Departures

R. AND MRS. VICTOR GILL

who have been holidaying
here, were among the recent
departures from Cacrabank. Mr
Gill’s brother is with Cottle Cat-
‘ord and Co., Solicitors.

Cther recent departures were
Mr. Herbert Masters of Montreal,
Mr. Andre Maingot and Miss
Maingot of Trinidad; Mr. Maingot
is an Internationally known figure;
and Mr. J. Judge, special adviser





for Shillinghurst and Coy., the
large Exporting House ot
Liverpool.

Crossword







(EhtRS ACKOSS
2 Be studies ots lines witr
eye to the future
spurt of a popular Kina
* Por this ts a orm
ic [be tare for @ change w& very
light
14 Wooden iast perhaps
13° There's @ bit of Enid and a bit
of Olga in this Agure
{4 Despatching end sume giK
news
16 [Trattic sign suggestive
great extent of a t
gingerbread | (two wor
17 Hunter with a belt
18 [f only Joun were nere we
have a bottle
20 Unit uM the MEF.
E.M.F. |
22 Put on a tax on the scree
23. Something to drink nati
at the end
24 Here we see troops tn con
25. They might be said
one’s joint®e in goed fturm
CLUBS DOWN
1. Oddly

enough it may

packing up itwuo w '

3 Locality in the Ne t

4 Reiative by marriag: i '
Welton

5. Revised form

6 Coming dow

ag

8 fe she as thin ‘a Tui
She could oe « 1h one

& Let us meditate two words

10. How a boxer may be pu
CANVAS 80 LO speak

11 in no nalf-hearted manner

14 : rand t

15 money ot irse

ly wend b

2)





By Beachcomber

at night. The night-watchman
going his rounds while partaking
of his evening meal, spilt his
bottle of beer over the bowler

Thinking it was the personal pro-

perty of one of the boys, he le!
it with the butler at Mr, War-
blow’s house—the nearest to the

Science Schools, The butler, for
getting to dry it, left it on Pepper-

croft’s wardrobe, thinking it
belonged to that bog. There the
matter rests at present—and th
bowler.
Garsong!
NHE gir! at the School of
Cookery who translated

ris de veau a la financiere as “the
smile of the calf at the banker's
wife” was perhaps protesting, a:
I have so long done in vain
against this nonsense on menus
French, of course, is the language
of good food and good cooking,

but why should it be the lan-
guage of bad food and bad cook-
ing? What does anybody

gain by calling hors€ boeuf a la
mode? More amusing is the com-
promise le hash.

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Station Manager -In
Scotland

R AND MRS. GILBERT
MINORGAN who. arrived
from Bermuda on Saturday after-
noon by T.C.A., are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel, and hope to
spend one weck, possibly two he
Mr. Minorgan is Station Manager
T.C.A., at Prestwick Airport, Scot-
land and is on a Caribbean tour

They have visited Bermuda al-
ready and will be returning io
Scotland when they leave
Barbados

Were Here For Easter

R. AND MRS

MITCHELL, after spending
one month’s holiday in Barbados
returned to Venezuela on Monday
by B.W.LA. He is Superintendent
of the Caracas Refinery at Las
Piedras.

LYELL M

They were spending the Eastet
holidays with *heir daughter
Catherine, who has now returned

to Codrington High School. They!

|
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WEDNESDAY
is the gayest night

CLUB
MORGAN

were staying at Cacrabank
High Schools girls staving
for Easter were Miss
Quemada and Miss ‘Billie

Mead

Other
there

Hedda

Temple-

Intransit

aes by the Golfito”
on Saturday from England was

Mrs Reg C Williams. She
was met on board by Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Barnes. Hér hus-

band was also an intrans't pas-
senger through Barbados recently
on the “Bonaire”. He is a Bank
Inspector of Barclays Bank

Engineer, Cable

M* L. V. PRATT 'o
and Wireless an

Pratt,



arrived from E on
the “Golfito” on Saturday were
met on board by Mr. George
Eastwood, who Mr Pratt is
relieving as Engineer—Cable, at
the local Branch
At the Baggage Warehouse,
iney were met by Mr. A. G

Douglas, Divisional Manager Ca-
ble and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd., ana
Mrs. Douglas and other member
of the staff

Mr. Pratt's last post was at Car-
cavellos in Portugal, and he is
very glad to be back in Barbados
was stationed from 1935

where he
1938

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qEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1950 . BARBADOS ADVOCATE p*. PAGE THREE
| 4 a ie ee eae ene ' f
fecommencs ations For Passes In | Landy Gets |
Hospital Accepted

Passes Lan | Freah
Music Exams Around
—From Hatlléaan Report

THE following c ids ass-
de ee Reon Se , DE MONTBRUN and Keel m
Associated Board of the Royal his band of artistes who |
r yesterday informed the Legislature that he Schools of Music, which was held |opened their whirlwind week of
Governo in Executive <—oinmittee the recommend. locaily ¥ Dr. Harris, in March | entertainment on Saturday night
ve the Hallinan Report <>n the General Hospital. He
ito the House of AXussembly a Schedule setting
recommendations thee have been accepted by the






ae ee

WHE CHANGING FACE OF SOCIAL LIFE IN BRITAIN





this year ; with two shows; one at the Bar-
Pupils ef Mr. Gerald Hudson, A.R.C.M, adios * 7 a
§ Corbir Licentiate — ‘Teacher bados Aquatic Club, followed by
H. D. Straker — Licentiate —.| another at the Club Morgan which 4
E

Organ) Evelyyr Piano ide , p ~
2 de \ Pass R. Hudson Piano Vu, rr gern eee both crowded Safeguard the children against
‘ mt and those recorr=mendations upon which a Distinetic r guan—Piano- Grade = a e ee are making sudden chills by putting them
° Vil jard —Piano—Grade arbadians lg ar a1 - .
ver been deferred. = 2 a ee c S laugh and enjoy them in Aertex. The ingenious weave
aragraph 34, The recommen- au
: f of the ae tion that insul > prov aa
e the approva ion that insulin be provided to



a healthy even temperature in
it will be A ®

irade V, Pass; ; have broadcast over Radio Distri- heat or cold. This splendid

mnshouses is being implemented.






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: ~ et ~wnction' | bution; on Monday night they British cellular stands to
c E Grade [V A. Bay . ; be
e manner. P=-ovision was made in the 1950-51 Piano—Grade Ill, Meri performed with the Police Band really hard wear and constant
Estimates. Pupils of the U rsuline Convent A at the Drill Hall and last night washing. Boys and girls love
; ; 1: a & Piano—Grade V, Pass; P. Bel-| thoy, Baiead a her f n the comfort and freedom of
; ms accepted in HP aragraph 41 (2). The scale of ) 7 ont Grade Il, Pass; K. Bou- | “¢y gave another fine show at the Aertex underwear and sports
i or ina Modified Form fe Hl . Provision re<=ommended has been accepted mye eee nig ee
a more suit- axe _made Theatre when is=x2ed. to-night, really we are .. . Ferreira—Piano—Grade | & topnotcher on the Banjo; he has 2 R - ss eh lemithssbchaieii és sobieians
tin : Mano-—Ciraie 5. See - ; Send eur meme and addvvse for iihustrated © ee iat te
One exiension or rebuild- MP aragraph 42 (1). A new scale Grade [ope © Pass: |an easy style, perfect rythm, ana Mecaper, Oeuelor Chettteg Go. bad tee Oeped Bene leaden Wa Beni
the Hospital. of fees for the Third and Fourth London Express Service. :





. ainna Hackett, L. RSM. lightning finger movements
; 11 (2). Supple- Sc Fredules has been prepared and

: Bsimates will be submit- tiz< necessary Order will be issued.



COIR a icckdaddes vonanecdnen
ADDRESS ........000

Grade, Mt, Pass;/ Angela Jardine has a lovely clear
de ass

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P7 vy ° ee a aie voice and finds it unnecessary to
h = he 7 ' jl of Mrs. M. Blacks . ssary )
% provide for the purchase aragraph 50. The recommen- iles of Sh ingles Lum ber ©. V. Davie Plane Grade Il, Pas use a mike.

setion of a lift. clae Sion for the medical staff °



Piano—Grade v_ | Selves wherever they go. : of Aertex fabric keeps them at

has a — Daisy Creque their accompanist
Provision will be ben accepted :— : ,

Y ~ E. M, 1 —Piano—Grade f Ns Y
/ R. Konigsi chased, P has shown her versatility yn the
‘for more suitable Out-Pa- 1 Medical Superintendent Cover Wharf y esterday Pupils of Mr. 8. Corbin, £ ike : .
bend Casualty Departrment 1 Specialist Surgeon Y , ;
Arang 1
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viiss BE. Parkinson



o* =saste

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ily SoM. ssctine. |PHANO and is certainly an accom-
nS 4 Lia rade at ‘ nec 5
when planning the ex- Specialist Ph) :

be oa . seliowes~t Stade VI | plished player
vsician oe ae r % Pass eee 7
or rebuilding of the Hos- Specialist Radiologist Lorries, Caris Kept Busy







= az Pasi of Miss M. Daniel | Another performer from Trini-
7 Medical Officers, r sucas—Piano—Grade IV, Pa dad who joined the troupe here is
ae 14 (1). Prov _— will a os tee payee bl. The salary Piles of shingles and lumber occupied two sides of the _P Clarke-Piano—Grade 1, Merit;|Ivy Selkridge; with a glass of Learn rom
“age for more suitable aun- sc Ss and conditioms have been whart ) : ‘i o ‘ I el, Pa N.D.| water balance on her foreh: ad
ation when plam- a&c<>epted as recommended, but in whart along the inner basin of the € areenage, and halt Pane? a B I she did several tricks such as st*p-
vibe extension or rebuilding wie w of the provision of passages, of another side yesterday. Here and there 2} mg the outer ve pres Se ' ; ; et

tal. t't<== appointments will have to be

me Bose 14 (2). Supple- fox _ the present non-pensionable
{ tes will be submit- ar=<4 contractual Supplementary é
oie fee such improve- Es imates will be submitted. ”

isin disinfecting arrangements

Merit; M. D
Pa I

Pas

ping througn hoops ete

basin, were more small stacks. Last but Sy no means least both

'S Was only part of the 8,000 bundles of cedar shingles, ~ V. Good: elf Gught) Piano—Grade [20 size and wit is Landy him: elf
Q Ons, sa oo ‘ wae Vv. Pas 1 ‘ r+ . . ial
v=) pieces and 24,511 bundles of fir lumber which arrived YuP®"sr see 1. 1 ane cor tha Ae ee Compe aly
on Sunday from Vancouver by s.s. Lake Canim. Bid Pree giano~Grade I, Pass, R. A,| Won the affection of his audiences



the hospital.



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Whenever infeeti.



M"aragraph 53 (1). The delesa-



Mitaieer end Colorial curses asthe ty powers re- The Lake Canin still has three Blades Plano Grate IV, Im’ 5 jand he is well named the Bob threatens
SeMatcal Officer and Colonial ts &2es further consi leration or four more days here before she "y e Pupils of Mrs. M. P. Cobham, A.T.C.1 Hope of Trinidad
d approved , « =) Paragraph 53 (2). Provisio 1 ge a ade : . ; i B. iteadies Pia eis tae hee
five Committee wil » “contingencies” During her ete’ Satire shipment , ri Gee oa ee Pass: |. His jokes follow on so fast that
n-pxecutive Committee wil be made for 4 contingencies” During her stay visi cad nie 2ic oO 72 sre ae nno-—Grade vi, ass Jokes follow 1 so fast tha
21 (5). It has vote )



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Z i \ i t is hard to keep up with them, | nm your home,
: 4 after, the inner basin will alwavs - ae tations are the topic of con- | :
eine anne - peuuite be coogeee rane aoe aye it out es Pupils of The Codrington High School S imitations are the topic of con-
sed by 66. Sup- the provision of funds and Supple- reas





































E. Agar-—Piano—Grade I, Pa S. Rod- } versation Landy is also putting +
lumber guez—P ! ; Ca amie —
Estimates will be sub- rm e@=xnatary Estimates will be sub- ” . Pian Pa \ tlerton. |O8 Special mows for school | use
mitted Most Difficult Hearty Eating Well ian » T. Meade—Pian hildren, It was a treat yester-
21 (6). The increase I¥¥- Recommendations still under Shingles and lumber is one of ; Pupi Kenfield {day afternoon to watch the ex- \ rf
will be of trained consideration the most difficult of cargoes to be A chick which was hatched at > Grade 1 Hu Large of del} ht on the faces
provided suitable H"aragraph 30, The enlarge- dineds etd ri : carg 0 ‘ Speightstown without e fe Gri Grade IV, Pa HK # the school children who saw
available. rant of the Maternity Hospital. Have = ap vi ary tO agnters, Monday, was heart n . ‘ ~Panils eet ke his show at Combermert Many
are ae Lighters loaded with this stuff day, Was hearty ind eating Pupils of Mrs. A. Skeete 3
a1 (8). Provision will =aragraphs 54 to 59. Proposals Pest is ; . hart cathas WEll Up. to yesterday evend M.D. Atherley—Piano—Grade 1, Merit; ]}0f them on their way home were THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
0 improve the living are being considered | separately ees ee to the wharf rather rhe owner of it, a resident of 2 ©.‘ t el Pan) a | trying out some of Landy's imita« at iay evar 3
of the trained staff im regarding the number of beds. ss pap Yet, they were piling Roaq vik v, Speightstown, hopes Pupils of Miss L. Tavia, ion Funniest part of the show \ >
when planning the ex- <â„¢ further examination is being Up the lumber on the wharf much to be able to rear it. He intends 8 hun : " vas when Landy brayed like a Potsono
moriebuilding of the Hos- mea<« ter=sion of the existing Hospital or handcarts were removing it to safely out of the reaches of mon- c tside answered him back Thi
21 (9). Supple- bw Eding a new Hospital on an- rious lumber-yards gooses Gibb ¢ V 4 vall : t ie : DD VT STAIN
: é 3) goose eally rocked” the Hall
r tes will be submit- ot Fry site. All day yesterday, lorries and “If I can get it ‘grown to be a Richa ’ Are I, Pa aa ”
- — : © eS > ‘ , . inc Pia 4 « ! "Aas ‘
‘ de for two additional _ Khe recommendation that the handcarts v ‘re up and down the fowl”, he said, “I will be able Clarke—Piar eV. Mer Today he is putting on a free inthe
Sisters which will be fill- Go "ernment take over the main- wharf either bound fot the lumber to make some money out of it Pupils of Miss E. Maxwell ow for the school children of SSeS OO
guitable local candidates. tere=snce of Parochial Dispensaries yards with a load, or going for The chick was one of thre : me pa ge ‘ti [the Wesley Hall Boys’ S hool ee
@A. His Excellen- amec® that Parochial Medical Offic load. Tally clerks and dozens of hatched by 2 hen. The eges were. simm p ( IV) Pan
bas ACCeD de oritamenn ers it be in ie oes ee: nen were busy laid by a half-bred Rhode Island Daan f Mr. J. A. Millincte: ee | [AM FOGAR LTD
ion a 2pz Bs < ic=S wi »e considered in the ligh " «“ . ” j 7 ’ a tam beex + er 9 apsten z
: aN of ‘the Maude Report . Over The “Potick and set under the he n AM thr I. ; ; I, Pa —— d | ! e
oh 22 B. The recom- % One lighter, while being un- Chicks a ae i only on \ WW 2 Hee 2g
fh at Se . ‘ i ) , deformed 1e blind chick attract : 7 er
that¢here should be no as loaded from the stern, was riding nar v1 ) nm
fl , ‘ . 7 teal +) a many residents in the vicinits INC IN B G.
Hospital employees — 4 Al . i with its bow and part of the hull ee ° : .
Advisory Corm- —Seaw ell Equipme nt over the sunken Potick. No “VM k *9 GC O D k > 9
—_ : ' JTonok a oj. :
-accepted. The . salvaging work was being done to onera 7OC8 i Ot f
Advisory Committee Arriv es the latter vessel at this time ) DURING ti > : . ‘ getting you down z
fh by statute and do = a re. i kas The entire shipment of shingles | , dant Reka se wero 3 : oS
fice of Hospital 2F2= Vel in the island yesterday for 82a lumber arrived ‘consigned. to| ‘Me, Central Foundry dock wi v 4 RENNIES Of Interest To Ladies
2 _ « * ved l i 1 teraay o1 : aergolin eps “Ss *W na cs V )
Ms Of service of Hospital cm , ie ° a te y ro Messrs. T. Geddes Grant. It will/ — oing x | ne . P oro om ‘ eee
‘ A nt tote eal ak : 8 however be divided up among the ee ie ee GIVE YOu
2 C (i) See para- br« aaght b ooner ‘Gardenia W t | other minor rey = ded # % f 7
M2 (5), Itis hoped that the “EH wactor parts, lamps, drills, iron ‘umber yards Repairs were not finished but - At the Go SWHT JERSEY ART. SILK PETTICOATS—Pink and White
nOF " : sii one g S Some of it was being loaded on], : se .} t n non t
hthe nursing cadre and recks, bench vic welding rods, a ates ; f motor vessel ‘Monek: Ken erng ati
; : . > Ut td organisation will make t A ESOS, 8 ROERD; Messrs. R. and G. Challenor & Co.,|°" Yesterday — morning >: pall es : do. do. do. HALF SLIPS
Bthe reduction in working vi e-ator, a battery harger, aa RK, a 1 , cleaned and given eneral ovet © V 4t area 1 fe '
ey are il, roll of cable, and copper Ltd. The quota for Messrs. Plan- | 411 day i lo i 4 cun rm —White, Peach, Blue and Black
@C (ii). Leave re- wizx-< were among the equipment agree oe oa will This vessel is expecied to be lated thet ring the asi si -
™ : a ~ Sea Ba Sredel Ta tet a »e transported by lorry sady ft iline again. are @ mont * “e ~
willbe brought into line dis« Jharged by this schooner, P jready for sailing again around the mont! wis do, do. do. PANTIES & BRIEFS
of the general Civil Ee ‘Gardenia W rought other . in oR ae Geena after Pink and White
—_ o for Barbados from Trinidad ; meals, just suck two Rennies, one — :
@2D..A revision of 7% neluded 158 packages of R R A ff after the other. As they dissolve,
, a ae a. em Rental eo. oBtes Bel eo their balanced blend of antacid ; "rene
tules is being under fresh fruit and printed books, do do do. VESTS — Opera To
ile ons fibre, cedar boards, IT IS likely that the local fngredionts goes calene to where : , , ISTS P Pink d@ Whit
; ad als a ce < a oo. 43 rons ill the trouble lies, and corrects your —, an Ite
BE See peragraph, sameani aa ie are eer scaly Nou" alway tt
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mediately, if you carry a few Rennies
hey’re wrapped separately) in your

ssociation in the U.K. When
Weady exists aid its fumec-

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being re-exarmined. IMPORTS Besbuana Branch of the R.A.F

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Association and its patron will be ‘ t lief, it ume y ‘ y
% ~ you relief, it's you saw your
Tequired to provide for the "STK His Majesty the King. Members joctor, Get Rennies at any chemist i TC) sins
of their uniforms Pend- YESTERDA y of the Association will then be ne ennies at any chemist, ALS
iprovements to the Hos- TRXIODERATE iwplies of fresh entitled to benefits shared by ie DIGESTIF
ec will be freagt, coconuts, copra, and char- members of the R.A.F. Association | sae a CHILDREN’S ANKLE SOCKS~ Plain White,
rect pe PPIS- coxa ® ‘arrived in the island yester in England. cs poo oa COLD-STUFFED NOSE... o and White with Coloured Tops
Wut be sub- ieee *% pe ry} irrived 1e resident o the loce wat
ee cog Sat co ‘Wo Sia mul branch is busy collecting the | QUICK AS A BREATH! a é
afagtaph 23. The memo- eras Spey ' Tones? names of those Barbadians who | b . ; we SEE OUR SHOW CASE.
Submitted by the Hospital cx ae nsellor oe Moll N J at ** served in the R.A.F during World CARRY POCKET-HANDY Vicks Inhaler w ih you! NO SPOON, NO WATER ee _—
Bind Domestic Servants is , ae he “Wonderful Cou gel or, Wars I and II. These will be Anytime your nose feels stuffy from a cold, a whiff Suck them like sweets | sexe : a 2 umes
amined in detail. als<> brought 50 ns or @Y submitted to the Secretary of the or two gives you Cool, clear t enim
i. The recommen- ©CC<><2nut oi! while the “Molly N R.A.F. Association in England It’s small but ‘packe 1 with effect 1
Rite Ophthalmic Hos— JOxr®m lized to relieve conges- @ f eral Hospital has Mas. Wakefield, at 6.30 o'clock on| m ri.
d . : <%4n M>fday, another arrival Saturday night, May 6. After the Wi ne’ fr. B 24 Sl ™ LER
32, Hospital diets fr@=â„¢m St. Lucia, the motor vessel meeting there will be a film show | Shao SOO GET
kept under re- “‘Io=ee car =o. other films on flying.




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BARBADOS ADVOGATE
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Wednesday, May 3, 1950



HARBOUR
WARNING

THE ANNOUNCEMENT from London
that a proposal has been made to utilise
St. Lucia as the centre for shipping be-
tween the East Caribbean and the United
Kingdom confirms rumours that have been
circulating in Barbados for many days.

The actual presence in St. Lucia of the
Marine Superintendent of the Harrison
Steamship Company to investigate the pos-
s f ing St. Lucia as a tranship-

re for the boats of that line adds

to the significance of the armmouncement

The construction of a new Government
warehouse in St. Lucia by the Colonial
Development Corporation is part of the
normal rebuilding of Castries, but a new
yarehouse makes practical the proposal
that St. Lucia, which has a deep water
harbour and which at one period was the
coaling centre of the West Indies should
onee again be brought into the limelight
as a centre for shipping in the Eastern
Caribbean.

The good fertune of St. Lucia in this re-
spect will be a warning to the people of
Barbados. The necessity for a deep water
harbour if Barbados was to continue as a
centre for the East Caribbean and not to
be outstripped by St. Trinidad
has been the subject of many years discus-
sion in this island. The deep water har-
bour was never built and to-day the island
is faced with the colossal expenditure of
many million pounds if it ever is to be
built.

Lucia or

Sir Douglas Ritchie who left Barbados
in January 1949, in his report published
later in the year, concluaed that “although
an expenditure in the region of over three
million pounds could not be justified by
the anticipated receipts from the proposed
harbour undertaking in themselves, yet

there are various other factors which must

be taken into consideration more particu-
larly the reclamation of a large area of land
surplus to the requirements of the harbour
‘whieh is a feature of the Engineers pro-
posal in connection with the construction
of the that
written the cost of the prop sed scheme

North scheme”, Since was
has been automatically increased by the
devaluation of the pound sterling; and
the possibility of finding oil in Barbados

has also increased.

not take “the
quantity to

Ritchie did
sufficient
make it into a commercial proposition”
into when writing his re-
port, “If”, he said “this is an ¢ lement to be
might com-
situation of

Sir Douglas
finding of oil in

consideration
consideration it

pletely alter the
the island and of the Harbour scheme in

taken into

economic
particular, Not only could some substan-
tial

respect

harbour revenue be anticipated in
of the shipment of oil, but addi-
iinports might be expectea to Tre-

tional

sult d

The news that St. Lueia is likely to be-
he centre of shipping in the East
Caribbean will cause much heartburning
in Barbados but the reason Is far to
seek. Barbados is too expensive. In his
port Sir Douglas Ritchie wrote im. para-
raph 75, “The present costs of handling
earvo in Batbados are very high.” No com-
parative figures are available but the
foliowing figures which had been suppiied
by the Canadian
National Steamship Company for costs of
ship discharge were quoted: Trinidad—
9s. ld. per ton; British Guiana 10s. 9d.
per ton; Barbados 18s. 9d. per ton.

not

General Manager,

It is not difficult to see why shipping
companies should want to avoid Barbados
and when the next sentence of Sir Doug-
las Ritchie is that “owing to the reduction
in the efficiency of labour the rate of
handling cargo has been reduced steadily
since the war with the attendant increase
in costs” the whole question of Barbados’
future as a port is deserving of the most
immediate attention,





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IT is not to be thought that fed-
eration in the West Indies as a live
issue is any new thing, or indeed
a development of the 20th Cen-
tury. On the contrary, the idea
of federation in one form or
another is as old as British in-
fluence in the region. The first
example was an attempt by King
Charles I, in the 17th Century,
to constitute in the Eastern Car-
ibbean a single grouping inclu-
ding approximately the Wind-
ward and Leeward Islands, and
Barbados. That attempt failed,
but the succeeding centuries wit-
nessed various groupings of the
Windward and Leeward Islands,
Trinidad, Tobago and Barbados,
which I need not detail. Two
points appear to be significant—
first, that none of these groupings

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Lieutenant Governor of Trinidad
should be appointed to render ihe
High Commissioner free to un-
dertake regular tours of the terri-
tory under his jurisdiction, these
tours to be carried out in a war-
ship made available for the pur-
pose by the British Admiralty.
In his discussion of the whole
subject, Murray makes comments
which are still of interest, and I
propose to quote a few of them.
In describing the assets of Bar-
bados he writes as follows:—
“Whilst Barbados .. .. ..is
fully developed so far as the
area ufider agriculture is con-
cerned, she stilt presents pos-
sibilties of development in
shipping and its corollary bene-
fits. Amongst other things the
Colony is fast assuming a fame

appear to have been regarded as as a_ health resort for rich
wholly satisfactory, as witness Brazilians and other South
the repeated changes in them, Americans who fear the rigour
and secondly, the attempt at of the colder climes of the
grouping continued to be made, North, but welcome the pleas-

groupings have survived, the fed-
eration of the Leeward Islands
which is a true federation in the
sense which | have discussed
earlier, and the Windward Islands,
where all that the four units
concerned have in cormmon is in
effect a single Governor and a
small nucleus headquarters staff
I have already referred to an
attempt at Federation in the 19th
Century which came to a sticky
end, namely Sir John Pope Hen-
nessey’s attempt of 1876 which
led to disturbances in Barbados
and the local connotation of the
word “federation.”

Looking at the period up to the
end of the 19th Century, it Is
probably true to say that the
main motive for the various
attempts at federation was to
achieve greater administrative
economy and efficiency, and that
there were no strong political or
economic motives at work 1
| does not greatly surprise me As
| a civil servant that these attempts
had but qualified or temporary



showing that to leave the various ant, dry, salubrious, ard not
islands under completely separ- unpleasantly warm climaie of
ate administrations Was not Barbados in which to recover
wholly satisfactory either. Two from the effects of the more

unhealthy climes in which they

usually work and live.”

A further comment which reads
a little ironically to those who
‘work in Hastings House relates to
Antigua:—

One of the greatest draw-
backs to the progress of Anti-
gua has been the lack of water
and severe droughts which have
periodically ogcurred. From
time to time attempts have
been made to solve this knotty
problem but without success.
At the present moment the
whole question is again under
serious consideration and hopes
are at last entertained that some
solution of the difficulty will be
found.”

That is virtually the position
to-day except that the passage of
38 yeays has io some extent weak-
ened Sur optimism.

Murray based his proposals and

t arguments on a study of the eco-

nomic situation and _ potentiali-
ties of the region and the thesis
that more could be made of these

|

|

(success, since I have never ob- through joint action based on a
[ anes that administrative con- federal political structure than
venience, however much desired through independent action or
by the civil servant, is a consid- a@ hoe conferences or .delega-
eration that has had much politi- tions, He concluded his «conomic
| cal or popular appeal, I do not review with a comparison with
‘complain but only note the fact. Newfoundland, then an indepen-
Turning to the 20th Century, dent entity corresponding to
an important change is apparent, dominion status. He pointed out

and here I should explain that I
propose to devote what remains
of this paper mainly to ome
comments on and quotations from
the writings on federation by the
Honourable Gideon Murray (now
the Master of Elibank) who
shortly before the First World
War was Administrator of St.
Vincent i am indebted to the
library of this Society for access

to his writings, which are now
unfortunately very hard to ob-
tain,

Murray, while holding his ofi-
cial post had the leisure and
energy, and was allowed, to put
forware, in an entirely
capacity, proposals for a West
Indian Federation which, together
with his reasons, form a most in-
| teresting comparison with the sit-
uation as it is to-day. His approach
may be summarised in his own
woras as follows

“For what is to be the destiny
of our British West Indian Col-
onies? Are they to remain
single, isolated, disintegrated
| units, each striving to work out
| its own salvation in the haphaz-
ard way that has hitherto been
the case; coming
through delegates when
case demands concerted action
and then only at the last mo-
ment and in a spirit of reluc-
tance and hesitation, like so
many strangers entering into
} negotiations, suspicious ef each
| others’ business intentions and
motives? Or are they to face
modern conditions in a modern
way and to form such a com-
bination amongst themselves
for political and commercial
purposes as will give them that
status in the Empire and the
world that their’ growing im-
portance warrants? The issue
rests tnainly with West Indians
| themsel es,”
| Murray proposed a federation
of the Eastern Group including
British Guiana, bur excluding in
the first place Jamaica and Brit-
ish Honduras as well as_ the
Bahamas and Bermuda—this on
‘account of distance, difference of
interests and tae then difficr ities
of communi..ations. Murray pro-
posed a constitution providing for
a High Commissioner and a single
chamber legislature or council,
to be constituted partly by nom-
ination but as to the majority by
ithe election of representa iives
by the unofficial members of the
participating colony legislatures.
His list of federal functions is
very mach like that proposed by
the Standing Closer Association
Committee in its concentration
on economic, regional and exter-
nal matters. As to finance, he pro-
posed that it should be an article
of the constitution that each par-
ticipating unit should pay annu-
ally to the Federal Treasury a
definite , percentage of its rev-
enues of the preceding year. In
the conditions of the time he did
not think that the High Commis-
sioner would have a full time job,
and he consequently recommend-
ed that the Governor of Trinidad
should act as High Commissioner
for the federation, and that a









private

together
some



that at that time the Colonies
which he suggested should fed-
erate had nearly five times as
many inhabitants as Newfound-
land, that their combined reven-
ues were three times those of
Newfoundland, that their aggre-
gate trade was three times as much,
that their combined areas were
over double that of Newfoundland
and their combined public debt
considerably less.

He deait also with various pos-
sible objections to federation. In
answer to those who sa‘d that
commercial unity was
and attainable without the trouble
and expense of setting up a fed-
eral political structure, he pointed
out the disadvantages of a situa-
tion whereby all material pro-
posals of this kind
referred back to and receive the
sanction of several different gov-

ernments, He dealt also with the j
and his in

subject of conferences,
remarks on this point are of special
interest to a member of an organ-
ization which is I understand in
some quarters thought to organize
and summon conferences for the
sheer fun of the thing. Murray
points out that in the absence of
a federal structure conferences
are assembled as a last resort
after all other means of dealing
vith a problem have been tried
and found wanting, and that they
are consequently oft@ a sign of
1s well as an occasion for delay.
He” pointed out moreover that
unless there was some continuing
orgenization authorised to act in
the name of the region between
conferences, the findings of such
gatherings were apt to drop dead
and to receive scant and inter-
mitten: attention.

Murray dealt also with the
argument that conditions ciffered
between West Indian Colonies and
that there are jealousies and
mistrust to be taken into account.
He agreed that this was so but
pointed out that the same was
true of other federations not only
before but indeed after the insti-
tution of the federal government,
and suggested that the existence
of such differences or indeed jeal-
ousies was no bar to the forming
of a permanent federal organiza-
tion for dealing with important
points of common interest.

Finally, with regard to the argu-
ment that the time was not yet
ripe, Murray contended hir.self

by observing that that was a
matter for which West Indians
would be the best judges, but

pointed out that the tendency
towards larger groupings, and the
emergence of problems requiring
action on a regional basis, were
evident and increasing. He did not,
claim for federation that it would
afford any immediate or direct
economies in administration, but
suggested that the benefits of
prompt and integrated action
would greatly outweigh any such
additional costs.

His concluding words on this
point bear quotations:

“Economy divorced from
efficiency is, it will be admitted,
more detrimental to the deveil-
opment of any State and usually





desirable

had to be

more harmful to it than effici-
ency accompanied by a certan
amount of extravagance. But it
is the attainment of a real
efficiency at an economical cost
at which the West Indies should
aim; not that sort of efficiency. | ¢
however, which is bound by
the horizon of each Colony, or |¢
which is cut off at a point at)
which it could, if given the
opportunity, still further ex-

pand, but an efficiency that will] over 2,000 delegates from local authorities through-
out the British Isles are concerned with one prob-

ef on its strength not only in

thé Colonies of its origin, but}:

also in the Empire and in the
world at large.”

In addition to Murray’s own
writings there is available a most
interesting account of a discussion
following a lecture given by him ,
in London jn 1911. The occasion |

cerned directly with the British Isles but many of
the problems were applicable
those areas.



- Eastbourne Health
Congress

(From Our London Correspondent)



LONDON, April 28th.
FROM Bermuda to Belgium, from Port of Spain
o Pakistan, delegates arrived at the quiet Sussex

seaside town ot Eastbourne this week to attend |,

he Health Congress of the Royal Sanitary Insti- |/
ute. ;

These annual meetings which are attended by

em—world health. ‘
Much of the working of the congress was con~

for delegates from

In addition, the congress afforded the overseas

was a meeting sponsored by_the delegates an opportunity to get together and dis-
West India aaseninaans at rich cuss problems peculiar to their own areas and to

Murray outlined a
federation and the arguments
which I have very briefly sum-
marised above. In that discus-
sion, the Chairman, Sir Owen
Phi'lips, expressed interest, em-
phasised the need for a scheme of
federation to emanate from the
people themselves, dwelt on the
difficulties and doubted whether
any material advantage would
result from a federal organization
as distinct from attempts to
assimilate laws and_ practice in
various matters without setting
up a political superstructure.

Mr. J. Rippon followed the
same line of argument, and the
Ear! of Dundonald also deprecated
any proposal which would add to
the existing cost of administra-
tion) The remarks of Mr. George
Carrington of Barbados are I
think, worthy of quotation almost
in full, He spoke as follows: —

“| |. the last Governor to

touch upon this subject burnt
his fingers and we Barbadians}
helped to burn them ed
I agree that we should certainly
have one of His Majesty’s ships
for at ‘east two months of the
year in the West Indies, In one}
thing I think all Barbadian will |
bear me out, and that is





that}
the Headquarters for this H gh]
Commissioner should be in Bar-
bados. Mr. Murray has pointed
out how practically all the con-
ferences for uniting the West
Indies have taken place at
Barbados and there is a geo-
graphical reason. Agan, the
Governor of Barbados. who has}
a strong legislature to look “an



affairs has nothing to do and
would have time for such
work! .. . . At the present time
we are drifting away from this
country (i.e. the United K’ng-
dom) to other markets such as
Canada and our sa'vation must
come from Canada and we wish
many of us to be bound more
closely to Canada, and it seems
to me that the only object of
federation would be that we
should put ourselves in a position
to talk of a proposed combine
with Canada. In that way we
should secure markets at any
rate for sugar preducers in the
West Indies. I feel that there
is very little to be gained by
federation for any other object
than gaining better markets.”

And here is a final quotation

from Murray. He wrote:

“There is a time that comes
every man’s life when, if
success is to be his he must take
his destiny in both hands and
shape its course. That particu-

_ lar period in the life of the

‘West Indies has arrived. A
policy of drift is and always has
been a policy of weakness and
of inefficiency. Too much stress
cannot be laid upon the impor-
tance of the co-operation and
sympathy of the West Indian
people in any scheme of federa-
tion, . .But someone must
take the initiative, otherwise we
will once more experience the
situation which is not infre-
quently exempl'fied in the atti-
tude of the various Colonies
towards each other or, common

affairs, and which is so wart
expressed in the old rhyme: —

“Lord Chatham with his
sword undrawn,
Is waiting for Sir Richard
Strachan;
Sir Richard, longing to be at
‘em,
Is waiting for the Earl of
Chatham.”

With these observations, writ~
ten by Murray in 1912, I con-
c‘ude my own. It, has not been
my purpose to* make any com-
ment on what views West
Indians should form on the pro-
posals now before them, but if
in this review I have put the
question of ‘federation into some
sort of perspective and thereby
assisted anyone to see it in the
light of history and experience
I shall be more than satisfied.

Editor's Note: The above extract

is taken from a talk on “Fed-
eration” given by Mr. C. ¥.
Carstairs, C.M.G., to the mem-

of the prerequisites of Federa-
tion in a give group of com-
munities, and the factors
which predispose people to

remarks on Federation

the West Indies (reproduced
above). The earlier parts of
Mr. ’ Jecture will be
published im the “Sunday
Advocate”.

a ee oe

Trinidad; Mr. A. F. Hewitt, Port of Spain;

scheme of| compare notes on improving health standards.

Prominent among the delegates was Doreen

Landreth-Smith, Medical Officer of Health for San
Fernando, Trinidad.

She is in England on a course
and attended the congress as one of the four
delegates from the West Indies. The others were
Mr. S. Moosai-Maharaj, Health Education meet.
an

C. R. Subryan, Acting Deputy-Director of Medical
Services, British Guiana.

Dr. Landreth-Smith advanced the view that the
best method of ensuring health improvement was
by education and training. She advocated, where
possible, closer association between school child-
ren, school doctors, nurses and parents.

“Tf people do not understand about diet and
disease they will not know how to prevent it”, she
said, “But if they can be made to realise that
prevention is better than cure, then improvement
in health is bound to follow.”

Mr. Arthur White, Senior Health Inspector,
Hongkong, explained the difficulties confronting
the authorities in the country A population of
three quarters of a million pre-war had expanded
to two and a half million bringing with it fresh
problems of housing, feeding and sanitation.

He also stressed the great importance of preven-
tion and spoke of the problems facing the Hong-
kong authorities in keeping clear the illegal
squatter areas set up by Chinese refugees frora
the mainland.

During
delegates,
heard,

a course which lasted four days, the
divided into twelve different sections,
read and discussed forty-two papers deal-




















ing with such diverse subjects as preventive medi- |!

eine, housing and tropical

hygiene.

town planning and

There were special meetings for sanitary inspec-
tors, medical officers of health, engineers and
surveyors and health visitors. Special films were
shown during the week and in addition a series
of visits to Sussex hospitals, housing schemes and
public works and factories were arranged for the
delegates

Lord De La Warr, President of the congress, told
the delegates that bad housing was one of the
major causes of bad health. It led not only to
insanitary overcrowding but almost equally impor-
tant, to family rows, irritations, the break-up of
marriages and mental anxiety.

The congress also heard Sir Allen Daley, Medi-

cal Officer of Health for London County Council,

speaking about the British National Health Ser-

vice, refer to the staggering cost of the curative
with the relative

side of the service compared
cheapness of prevention, whick was more impor-
tant.

es

F EDERATION IN THE Overseas Visitors At
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There are film stars with long faces, publicity
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Brumas has earned more fame
i mor than a

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pb: Govt.
E. D. Mottley (E} in the

hados General Hospital.
wission on the matter sta

of

éolony”.
F. E. Miller (L) who spoke
Mr. Mottley agreed that the
was a sad one and suggested
it could Le further discussed
Tuesday. He then moved the
t of the debate and the
qvas carried.
Mottley said that less than
ago, he stood on the floor
House to defend then, the
ot a West Indian Civil Serv-
the person of Colonel Duke
manner in which the Gov-
took upon himself to call for
; ition.
did he think that the
occasion would have arisen so
soon to draw to the attention of
the House that the method of
handling Colonials in the service
this country was far from
satisfactory.
id colonials because he
Dr. Ashby had been
Colonial, if that treat-
have been meted out

a

the debate, he would

to show that Dr. Ashby,

i a Barbadian, was qualified at one
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i

many Barbadians, he re-
d to his home to give the
of his skill to his fellow
nt an. He worked at the
Hospital during the war
rs and was finally appointed as
ting Surgeon in 1948.

come straight to the point,
were terminated at the
| of March. No reasuns were

n and it could only be felt
had been dismissed.
Mottley satd he wanted to}
lus position clear. He was
“saying whether Dr. Ashby’s|
nis was justifiable or not,
|. what he was saying was that
aecerdance with the elementary
of British justice, the
ctor should be given an oppor~
tunity of knowing the allegations
against and given an oppor-
~ tunity to defend himself.

It would be obvious to honour-
able memibers when he would have
ead the communications which
Me - between Government and

. Ashby that he was denied that
tight. He was further saying that
ifthe doctor was found guilty, of
negligence, inefficiency or anything
which caused patients to suffer or
for the hospital to be held up for
tidicule, then by aii means dis-
miss him, But he should be first
_ fiven a chance to know the

chal against him in order that
could defend nimself as there
always two sides to a case.
He considered the matter very
portant and far reaching. He
â„¢ had spoken to many of the Visiting

Surgeons of the Hospital and he
could say that there was not a
happy feeling among them as to
how a professional

brother had

_ teen treated. Many of them had

telephoned hi and requested
that he take the matter up in the

_ House. Let them take the argument

of the Government that the

doctor was not dismissed but that
his services were terminated. Was
it not strange that with the

; of doctors in the island, }
a the shortage of doctors on
Hospital staff and with the
hospital waiting list of
its for operations, that the
ent should terminate the
of an experienced sur-
eon? He did not think that was
800d enough and the House would
be fooled with that.

Was the people that mattered
he feared that if the medical
of the Hospital felt that their

» *etvices could be ‘terminated at
_ %y minute, without being given

ty reasons, it would suppose to|

_ Teflect on the people.

_ He felt that the least the Gov-
@mment could do would be to
have an enquiry and he hoped

' When the House was finished

_ dealing with the matter, an in-

.+ Would be instituted.

Fr lot ory dig the Seearornsnt
Ba n refusing to hear Dr.

_ Ashby’s side of the question,

but they were most cruel and
Unkind to Mr. Pilgrim whose
had lost a baby in the
_in refusing to allow

. nan to investigate his





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rs ablind man could see
the communication be-
- Pilgrim and Govern-
t every attempt was
stifle the matter sur-
nding Dr. Ashby’s dismissal.
He knew that was the preroga-
fe of the Governor and the
rv alone. He was in sym-
“Y with him because it had all
Meee? When he was in the
2 ry less than. two months. It
et be Obvious that he had been
tour advised, but surely, he
5 not imagine the senior
_ Rem for St. Thomas, Dr.
hs, being a member of the
; ave ~~ oe experienced
a Honer, not drawing forcibly
. the mernor's 2 attention the
: co! lone if the
a Was not cleared up.
Finally Would ask honour-
‘Members to say that from
of the communications
one Dr. Ashby was not
be reinstated but for an
to clear his professional

corres

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heard it said sotte voce
that the matter had
— the House but
al was that every-
Barbados concerned the
bly and if it was
le a member of the
peak on matters of that
d do so whether it
berter, labourer, nurse,
‘my employee of the
. it who could not speak
in lf.
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correspondence
put in by Mr

‘Onial Secretary's Office
Barbados,



18. 1. 5
| TRE AER se ett a
mor am directed by the Gov-
Srvices 8ive you notice that your
Surge aS an Assistant Visiting
will _ at the General Hospit
oy mt be required after the 31
March, 1850, and Dis
*, Herefore termi b



surgeon Must Quit

Vv criticised Government for what he called the di
of Dr. A. S. Ashby from the Surgeon staff of the

i eieciceersdeeionat

a



Criticised
House of Assembly yesterday, |

c
S-

rted when Mr. Mottley moved

ent of the House for five minutes to consider
‘matter of importance which affects the general service

effect from the lst of April, 1950.

I am,
Sir, }
Your obedient servant, |
(signed) P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary. |
Dr. A. S. Ashby,



Passage Road,
St. Michael,
20. 1. 50

SIR,—I am in receipt of your
communication of the 16th inst.
giving me notice that my services
as an Assistant Visiting Surgeon
of the General Hospital will not
be required after the 3lst March,
1950.

I note that I have been afforded
no explanation for my somewhat
peremptory dismissal.

I served the Hospital rs a House
Surgeon from 1938-1940 and again
from 1943-1946 at some sacrifice
to my private practice during the
war years when doctors were not
easily available. My work was
rewarded by my appointment: to
the post of Assistant Visiting
Surgeon in 1948,

As far as I am aware, the only
cause for dissatisfaction arose out
of a recent incident involving one
of my frivate patients at the
Tercentenary Ward of the General
Hospital, who was delivered of a
baby without medical supervision.

The child died some few hours
after its birth.
In an interview on 20. 12. 49

with the Chief Medical Officer, I
explained fully to him that—

(a) I had not been informed that
the patient was in labour.

I only omitted to see the
patient on the assurance of |
the Night Superintendent, |
who is also a midwife; that
both mother and child were
in good condition,

Whilst I cannot believe that a
single incident can nullify years of
faithful service, I am quite un-
aware of anything else that can
have been held against me.

(b)

I have worked as a House
Surgeon under Dr. A. G. Bancroft
in his vapacity as

Surgeon, and as Assistant Visiting
Surgeon to Dr. H. E. Skeete,
Visiting Surgeon. In addition the
majority of my service as a House
Surgeon was during the tenure of
office of Dr. J. A. A. Kernahan,
Medical Superintendent. These
two gentlemen are in thé Coiuny
and have no adverse criticisms to
offer either as regards my con-
scientiousness or my efficiency.

A dismissal of this nature is not |

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merely removal from post, it
carries with it the severest, impii-
cations involving professional

conduct and integrity.

I respectfully ask that this mat-
ter be referred back to His
Excellency the Governor for his
kind consideration.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) A. S. ASHBY,
Assistant Visiting Surgeon.
Hon, P. F. Campbell O.B.E.

Colonial Secretary’s Office,



Barbados,
1.2.50.
Sir,—I am directed to inform

you that your letter of the 20th of
January, 1950, has been placed be-
fore the Governor, and that the
question of the termination of
your appoiniment as Assistant
Visiting Surgeon at the General
Hospital has been given further
und most anxious consideration.
His kExcellency has reviewed
earefully and in detail all the rele-
vant circumstances affecting this
matter and has given special
weight and emphasis to the facts
and arguments set forth in your
letter of the 20th of January, 1950.
Nevertheless, His Excellency is of
the opinion that there are not suf-
ficient grounds for withdrawing
ihe notice communicated to you in
my letter of the 16th of January,
and accordingly your appointment
will terminate on the Ist of April,
1950 in accordance with the terms
of that notice.
I am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,

(Signed) P. F. CAMPBELL,

Aating Colonial Secretary.
Dr. A. S. ASHBY,

Passage Road,
St. Michael,

9.2.50.
Sir,--I have to acknowledge re-
ceipt of your letter of the Ist

Februazy, 1950,

IT am certain that His Excellency
is not in possession of all the facts
of the case, and as my professional
reputation may be involved I have
to ask that he order an enquiry to
be instituted in the matter of a
case connected with a Mrs. Pil-
grim, a patient in Hospital whose
infant, born there, died in Septem-
ber last; so that the matter may
be gone into in full, and so that I
may have the opportunity of
showing that no blame whatever
enn be attached to me.

I have reason to believe that
the Chief Medical Officer has been
misinformed and I have had no
opportunity of ¢ ‘fronting the
person who has given this wrong
information,

I should be glad of an early re-
ply.

1 am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) A. S. ASHBY,
Assistant Visiting Surgeon.
Hon. P. F. Campbell, 0.B.E.
Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Barbados.
13.2.50.
reference to your

Sir,— With

letter of the 9th of February, 1950,

are

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it wouic

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thi

would

been di
vice of the Hospital
in fact, the case,

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Vestries May —
Get New
Lease Terms

A Vestry may soon be able tc
lease land for a period not exceed-
ing twenty-one years instead of
the one-year period it is now
allowed.

The House of Assembly at their |
meeting yesterday passed a Reso-
lution to this effect .The Resolution
pointed out that any such lease
shall be binding on the successive
vestries of a parish.

The addendum to
tion states:

the Resolu-

“At present it is the practice t
Pass a special Act on every occa-
sion when a Vestry wishes to lease
land for a period exceeding one
year. This procedure is unwieldy
particularly when a number of
Vestries wish to enter into leases
as is the case at present in con-
nection with the provision of play-
ing fields from Labour Welfare
Fund moneys Accordingly it is
proposed, under the provisions of
section 2 (1) (c) of the Vestrie:
(Amendment) No. 5 Act, 1942
(which enables a Vestry to exer-
cise such powers as -the Legisla-
ture may approve by special reso-
lution), to give Vestries the power
to enter into long-term Ieases not
exceeding twenty-one years which
shall be binding on the successive
Vestries of the. parishes.”

The passing of the Resolution
was moved by Mr. G. H. Adams
(L.) and seconded by Mr. M. E
Cox (L.).

Speaking of the acquiring of
playing fields, Mr, Fred Goddard
(E.) said that many owners of land
would be willing to lease land to
Vestries for playing fields at very
nominal rents, but the one-year
period for a Tease with which @
Vestry was empowered was not
agreeable to owners. The only
alternative at times was that of
purchasing the land and Govern-
ment did not let them know what
monies were available until re-
cently No headway had been
made with regard to playing fields
other than those of St. Michael.

He welcomed the Resolution
especially for the effect it would
have in the acquiring of land ‘or
playing fields.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C.) said tha
he was glad the Resolution had
come before the House because the
Vestries had been having a very
embarrassing time. The Resolution
would now make possible the en-
tering of Vestries into long-term
agreements with landowners, a
very woryiwhile thiag, especially
where playing fields were con-
cerned

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E.) ques-
tioned the necessity of restricting
the period to twenty-one years.
He then said that it must be borne
in mind that the statutory boards
of Vestries had to carry out a
great deal of the social work in
the various parishes, and he was
wondering if the powers as em-
bodied in the Resolution would be
passed on to these boards.

He commended the Government
however, for the action they had
taken and thought it was a very
wise thing they had done.

Mr. O. T. Allder (L.) said that
in the rural parishes it was going
to be found very difficult to get
suitable land in a central area for |
a playing field. He was very
doubtful that Jandowners were
more eager to lease than sell lana
te Government, and they did not
know how much money a piece of
land situated where the people
could really make the most use of
it, would cost.

One of the problems to bear in
mind was that as regards a lease
the owner of the land at some time
or other may not wantto extend
the lease, That was a serious mat-
ter for consideration. for he felt
that playing fields should be per-
manent just as parks were.

He felt that if they were going
to have playing fields the matter
should be gone into more deeply.
He thought the Government should
review the situation and before
entering into any agreement make
sure they do not suffer from any
disability as regards these playing
fields.

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ge ae te a ee saa



Mr. Adams (L.) said that any
land for a playing field that might
be bought with money from the
Labour Welfare Fund would be
owned by Government but that
the administration and mainten-
ance would be left in the hands
of the Vestry.

The twenty - one - year period
limit was only for the time being
but when the Maude Report was
passed it may be decided to put
that at ninety-nine years.

Mr. Adams pointed out that the
Resolution had te do primarily
with playing fields but it would
enable a Vestry to lease land for
any other purpose,



11 to Study
SCAC Report

THE House of Assembly vester-
day appointed a Select Committee
to consider a draft reply to the
Governor's Message inviting the
views of the House on the recom-
mendations contained in the Re-
ports of the British Caribbean
Standing Closer Association Com-
mittee, and of the Commission on
the Unification of the Public
Services in the British Caribbean
Area.

Members comprising the Com-
mittee are, Mr. G. H. Adams, Mr.
F. L. Walcott; Mr. A. E. S. Lewis;
Mr. R. G. Mapp; Mr. W. A. Craw-
jsord; Mr, iw. D. Garner; Mr.
J. &. T. Brancker; Mr. E. K.
Walcott; Mr. W. W. Reece; Mr.
J. H. Wilkinson. His Honour the
Speaker coisented to be associated
with the Committee.

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PROMOTED

SUPT. E. B. GRANT

Chief Inspector E. B. Grant has
been appointed Superintendent of
Police, according to an official
release.

The announcement said:

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has approved of the
appointment of Chief Inspector
E. B. Grant to the post of Sup-
erintendent of Police, Barbados,
with effect from the ist of May,
1950.

IN THE HOUSE

At yesterday’s meeting of the House of
Assembly, Mr. G. H. Adams laid the fol-
lowing :
Message No, 16/1950 from His Excellen-

the Governor to the Honourable the
House of Assembly inviting the views of
the Honourable House on the recommen-
dations contained in the Reports of the
British Caribbean Standing Closer Asso
ciation Committee and of the Commission
on the Unification of the Public Services
in the British Caribbean Area.

Message.No, 18/1950 from His Excellen-
ey the Governor to the Honourable the
House of Assembly informing the Hon-
ourable House that in accordance with
the provisions of the Executive Commit-
tee Act, 1891, he has appointed Mr. G. H
Adams, Dr. H. G. Cummins, Mr, M
Cox and Mr. F. L. Waicott to be mem-
bers of the Executive Committee
Message No. 19/1950 from His Excellen-

the Governor to the Honourable the



ey

ey
House of Assembly informing the Hon
ourable House that he has considered in
Executive Committee the recommenda-
tions of the Hallinan Report on the
General Hospital and forwards for the
information of the Honourable House 4
Schedule setting out those recommenda-
tions that have been accepted by the
Government and those recommendation
upon which a decision has been deferred

Statement showing the Gross Customs
and Excise Receipts for eleven months
ended 28th February, 1950

Annual Report on Barbados for 1948

The following Notices were given

Dr. Cummins: Resolution to sanction
the Order made by the Governor-in-Exe-
cutive Committee under section 4 of the
Shops Act, 1945,

Mr. Walcott; Resolution to approve the
Regulations entitled “The Parking and
Restricted Places (Amendment) Regula-
tions 1950" made by the Director of High
ways and Transport on the 25th Febru-
ary, 1950, under the provisions of section



7 of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic |

Act, 1937 (1937-16) as amended by the

Department of Highways and Transport |

Act, 1945 (1945—12) and approved
sanctioned by His Excellency the
ernor on the 18th March, 1950,

Mr. Adams: Notice of a Bill to amend
the Representation of the Peoples Act

The House passed a Resolution to make
it lawful for a vestry to lease land in
its parish for any parish not exceeding
21 years.

The House began and adjourn a debate
initiated by Mr. E. D. Mottley relative to
the dismissal of Dr, Ashby from the Sur
geon Staff of the General Hospital.

The House passed a Reply to the Gov-
ernor’s Message No./0/1950, The Reply
informed the Governor that the exten-
sion of the Economic Co-operation Agree-
ment between the Governments of the
U.K. and the U.S.A, should apply to Bar-
bados, and that the Barbados Govern-
ment should remain a party to the
Agreement

A Select Committee was appointed to
reply to the Governor's Message relating
to the report of the Standing Closer As-
sociation Committee report of the
Commission on the Unification of Public
Services in the Caribbean Area

and
Gov




and





‘}in to the store after Skeete and| ‘Tee to rescue him,



E }

Intended te Buy:
Then Stole

GLADSTONE SKEETE, a 33
year-o’d mason of Clapham was
found guilty of stealing $4 irom
Whitfield Best, and one plastic
belt valued at 59 cents trom W. A.
Griffith. Both offences were com-!
mitted on April 29. PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2.

Mr. A. J. 4. Hanschell yester- Soogiah Samlul, 22-year-old
day sentenced him to six months'} mother of Bonne Aventure Road,
imprisonment. He appealed. Gasparilla, South Trinidad, gave

P.C. 299 Blackman said on April] her life to save her only child, a
29 he saw Skeete enter Griffith’s| ‘hree-year-cld boy on Sunday,
store. Island constable Ifill went] When she dashed below a falling







Mother Dies
To Save Her
Only Son

FROM FALLING TREE

»

The boy and his cousin were
reported to have been playing
near fs which a neers
; was felling. Seeing his danger,
the belt Skeete had stolen. Soogiah went to the rescue and

Snatched Wallet succeeded in pulling the child

When Best took out his wallet] from under the falling branches,
to pay, Skeete snatched it and ran} but. she was herself struck and
away. He was later arrested and| died soon after being taken to the
taken to the Central Station where} San Fernando Hospital.
he was charged, The boy's playmate was

P.C. 387 Seibert Waldron —/ %#ruck, and suffered bruises
keeper of the criminal records—| is forehead and body.
told the court that he knovs —Can. Press

|
Skeete. He said that Skeete has
4. Fishermen |
|
|

was told that Skeete had stolen a
plastic belt. Soon after Best came
in and offered to pay Griffith for

also |
on



16 previous convictions for larceny
and on the tast conviction he was
Disappear
POLICE SUSPECT CRIME

sentenced to six months’ imprison-
ment by His Worship Mr. H. A.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2,
Police suspect a felony com-!
mitted regarding the recent dis-
appearance of four Port-of-Spain
fishermen. ;

Talma for stealing cloth valued)
at 6/- from the Royal Store in

High Street on October 24, 1949.

When asked if he had anything
to say, Skeete bluntly denied that
he did any stealing and claimed
that he was in Griffith’s store
looking at articles that he intended
buying from there.

9



Reported found in a_ boat n|
which two missing men left on
STOLE PINE: 30/- April 20, the outboard motor ano
° seine which was in their posses
sion when they left
SYDNEY HOLDER, a 23-year- A police part; on Sunday

old labourer of Station Hill was |
found guilty of stealing two pieces
pot pine valued at 6/-, the property
,of the Barbados Cotton Faciory,|
:on May 1.

Mr. E. A. McLeod, Magistrate oi
District “A”, ordered him to pay
a fine of 30/- in one month, or in
default, one month's imprison-
| ment,

arrested and charged a young man
with unlawful possession
The other two missing men left
on a fishing expedition on April 13
~Can, Press,

Rance Gets
Civie W eleome
In Port-of-Spain

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 2



BODILY HARM: 25/- |

| WILLIAM RYAN of Bay Street Governor Sir Hubert Ran:«
lwas fined 25/- by His Worship] assured the Port-of-Spain Ci

Mr. D. D. Morris yesterday for in-! Council yesterday that he wouid
flicting bodily harm on Margaret! do his utmost to maintain th:

Griffith on April 22. spirit of goodwill and co-operation
He was given an alternative of| existing between Central
;one month's imprisonment. Municipal Governments, when
| and Lady Rance were given a Civic

| welcome
Alderman Norman
‘Mayor, in his address
40/- | recalled the fact that when Rance
predecessor Governor Sir Joh
A fine of 40s. to be paid in 28|Shaw took over his Governorshin», }
days or one month’s imprisonment ; there existed “almost open
| was imposed on Garret Beckles of | hostility between the Council anv

| St. Philip yesterday by His Wor-| the Government”, and he credited

and





| DANGEROUS
| __ RIDING;

Tang, tt
of welconx



ship Mr. A, J. H. Hanschell, |Shaw with having initiated the
| He was found guilty of riding | present cordial relations.

| the bicyele M-4739 in a dangerous The formal ceremony lasted
j;manner on Mapp Hill Road or |15 minutes and Mrs. Almandoz
| March 17. | wife of the Deputy Mayor presen-

| ted Lady Rance with a bouquet in

the absence of the Mayoress, wh«

was suffering from. measles.
—Can. Press.



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THE PUBLIC are hereb, mare . Youthful
again giving credit "toms" wit ‘ In Carlisle Bay » °¢ 2
: IN PORT vi. \ D’Ortac net apt Ke S 1 ‘
FOR RENT Ide en BARKER \(nee JORDAN) as | 2N PORT. MV. eS oe ue. Sie ae i '
Week Sun in neneua ; nyself responsible for hez | ; W. Smith e Sch . fr : q
a. ial debts in - Bike pense g Soaps saritton | Everdenc h. Emanuel Gordon, Sch at et, Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny ‘
= i unles a written | , : our s s nearly 5 ! ’ A =
j MOUSES order signed by me. | Rimeline. sich. Lady Nosigen. Sch. Molly ica. | eeainn ane pored where garum, Bale American Doctor’s
| see Sed. CHARLES CLEMENT BARKER, | © a Ge ties tener aes from St. Vincent, ¢ | Rd cause terrible Itching, Cracking Strengthens Blood, Nerves,
| | HOUSE—ATHLONE-on-Se, Sth Avenue Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Freedom Jay, 46 tons net, Capt. P : eeling, Burning, Acne,
2 03 | From Ist May, 1950. Contnne aut New Orleans i Flesry, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sen. Eastern Taicta ears | Ringworm, | Puoriasis, Blackheads, | Body, 7 Brain, Mus-
| Flats—smaller of which has 3 bedrooms 2.5.50—2n. p Ex Sch. Mermaid C. Sch. Emeralda f ishes “Ordinary teentmenth give only cles, and j
} Gach with wash basin, dining room,| |S E. M. Tannis DEPARTURES temporary relief be se they do not Than Gland
ni | comeané, room, Gallery and all modern} THE PUBLIC are hereby warned | » ARRIVALS _ Schooner Alexandrina R., 31 tt e'.] kill the germ cause, The new discov- 3
€ | conveniences Th en 1e Schooner Whnderful CG Mor, 38 Capt. Smith, fur St. Lu > 11 Thanks to the of an Americen a
: I bedrooms, a e larger flat has 5| @&ainst giving credit to my wife CON i Tt ex ery, Nixederm, Mills the gurme tn 1 Doctor, it is now for those who ;
a aoe * rawing rv s r f 7 minutes and ls guaranteed to give 5
ee ening: Soom, © 2 room,|STANCE LOUISE BAYLFY e ei 2 t 7 ntoed to give 0" | feel prematurely old, Run-down 5
et sectric light, telepnone is at pres- | BRATHWAITE) as I do not hold myself IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST ST ATION & 80 ar, attractive, smooth skin | Worn-out, to experience again the of 4
{ installed, servant room z res } pe ss 7 2 — < - - in one week, or money back on return ‘
-08 1 | Pione 2085 m and Garage sponsible for her or anyone else con- Cat and W (WI) Ltd, advise S.S. Calliroy, S.S. Nidardal, S.S. A: . Youthful Vigour, Ambition, and Vitality. 3
eet ®. Mrs. C. C. Clarke tracting any debt or debts in my name | that they can now communicate with the SS Loide Argent oe ri of empty package. Get guaranteed This great discovery, which fs a sim ei
| 2 mb Be . r or a vOW communicate wi the 5.8. Loide, Argentina, S.S. Cabo $ Nixoderm from your chemist todayand home atment and can be used iy é
| 4.50—2n i y Cameron order signed by me oll ne ships through their Barbados §.S. Cavina, S.S. Alsudan, S.S remove the by anyone, quickly brings a surplus of vi- a
BUNG:, TON C. BAYLEY, Station Cavalier, S.S. Scottish Mt Nixod rm sal Cause and ¢ i 5
Ae Sed peed, oe Parininty RINE sea mai Mill Yard, Brittons Hit) |. . ae ss Macmaccin, G&S. teate Mee ae e sft tee @n ability to enjoy the pleasures d
e ‘ ’ All comf w fay ist St. Michae.i .°3 ormacklark, S.S. Lady Nelson, Master, SS. Mariat, S.S. Gulfbir No longer ts ft necessary suffer "
a | showers, telephanes "eae ane 2.5.50 an ae oe S, Thaumastus, $.S, Esito, President Meny, $$ "Rufine, r For Skin Troubles tubo, from Loss of Vigour and Min a i
08 16 | phone 2949 . erandahs Te hia iatiaie dia S.S. Be S.S. Sana, 5.5. Mormacdawn, Creek, S.S. Willemstad, SS Memory and Rody, Nervousness, ure iB
1.50 | 31.3.50--t ¢ » } 8. bay S.S. Alcoa Polaris, 3.8. ¢G ma, SS. 3. Mateo, S.S Slee peetene bogs a3 simple
bene e r, S.S. Norfolk, $.S. Th i Jam », 8 Sun_Avis, 8.8. 8: t ead You inerely this mn
RES @0c.| FLAT: Upstairs flat wi chet QRUBUIC are hereby warned Santarem, $8 Raban, SS Subiewsl, So. See eudee. SS. Sun Avis, SS. Sunwhit, ° home treatment a few days and you will i
Hh th 3 bedrooms nst gi a 5 unjewel, : Dauphine s.s Polytrader, St
ining water in each F r siving credit to my wife ELSIE Alcoa Puritan, $.S. Sagona, SS. Florida Caribstar, S.S. Auricul ADVERTISE t avs find that your vigour is restored. mes. ;
| particulars Dial sage or further] PILESN THOMPSON (nee Hinkson) as | : meres . 25 — Cus +60 q p y ter what your ase you will find that yor,
3696. 1 do not hold myself maitite for her| gland activity and force is incrensed =
Tespo: e 1" will St
| %.4.50—t.f.n.|or. anyone else contracting any debt or mee "9 and restored, You find youthful S 3
ny at his! residence debts in my name unless by a written cal power in this which ;
St, John. PRINCE AL- | , ANGE COOL ROOM—S8.00 per month | °Tder signed by me aA ' 3SS99599595 5599951955594 } Gedy Gerhe neath ine cnet’ cna chalien simple 8
; leaves his late! Apply: Miss Shepherd, | Sunny ; Sed. WALTER I : ; absolute . 18 the
he fi Black nny Side iz THOMPSON, - ” as This simple home treatmen in pleasant | o¢
Bare tip cltlock this evening | Hlack Rock a eee ARRIVALS By B.W.LA.L Prem: Dethacare WE ARE OFFERING... easy-to-take tablet form and thousands an fmerican » Tt is 5
af John's Parish Chureh, ONE LARGE HOUnE oe | hi Prom Trinidad P. Hunte, N tr wise Eee " 5 ' whe have used it say that tt is far better cea to eee
riends are invited. aaa and Apartment 2.5.50—2n _ Davie eacon, Ernest Turpin, Pamela Hunte, Mr. J. Cyrus, Mr. M. Man : HEL BADMINTON an any other me . cause of its remarkable
In. Pee Peach oy tie see’ OG Lawrence, titty furnished, | miesece Taitt, Vivien De Verteuil, Bridget O' W. Drawner, Mstt R Humpheon met in NERNEY Works in 24 Hours are now distributed by cherish ite’ on
Tleen (children). , | Dia 7 25.4.50-t fn ws + : : Toole, Peter Coakes, Mary Hussey, Adam M. Kirton, Mra. M. Berry, Miss M Thi medical discovery, known as | Ger & guarantee of satisfaction. ;
3 ——$_—__ 4.08 tn 7 PUBLIC are hereby warned! Richard, Jean Taylor, Michael Rodriguez. Huarte. Mr. D. Marshall, Miss W. Watt b he been tested by th in | Por
MAR fainst giving credit to my wife CLOS-| Elizabeth Preece. Ju vr ae a igs t Vi-Tabs, has been iy with stinene not experiment
KHAM—On the Sea Hasti SIN . ° Preece, Judith Baker wright America and has achieved results that que wv
furnished or unfurnished 3 bere | INA BATSON (nee Mason) as I do| beth Baker, Peter Knowles, Ethel Reid. From La Guaira seem almost miraculous. It has conquered and irritating to the 7
with all modern convenie: 3 bedrooms} "ot hold myself responsible for her or! L« slie Reid. Arice Rollwey, Peter Farah, Lionel ~ Alfred Nelsc M X obstinate cases that had defied all other | &2¢ system. Vi-Tebs not only have §
stalled for cooking. Apple. Biilee 2, | 2nyone else contracting any debt or| Charles Fisher, Nigel Butt. Dorothy (Nelson M sition Anne. be y treatment, It has rescued the from | Proved their sterling worth by helping
Fastings. * Apply: Elise Court,| tebts in my name unless by a written| Smythe, Alfred Andrews,. Patrick ©’ Roberto Maneiski, Denis’ Maneiski. W % premature old age and debility. It has | Millions of it are guaranteed in
28.4.50—t.f.n.| order signed by me connor Peter Oconnor, Helen Packer, liam Schmid Cree x made older men as as new, Tt has Re tent particular case. Put Vi-Tabs to i
Se RESIWENCE From lat May oe Sed. RAWLE C. BATSON, Stewart Nock, Marler: Fulton, Johann From Jamaica 8 Drogen’ Dapp ines Ee een, oP nee ree 7
r1 Minor echanicatly | 5» ~w 4 Ist May upstairs Industry Hall Fulton, Belinda Rus 2 > Jos ; , ! g
3 Swe sa ' ) 5 4 t, Diana Rust, Anne eph Blackman alt o € f
$160.00. Apply Proyres- ; nd e Teekna 2 Bedrooms, Drawing St. Philip Fullerton, Alar Barnarae. Vingenh Col. Thomas Wonder, Geottry i ittle Rev % oe lite. And the easy of h ws ‘abs a 3
Ltd. Dial 4597. Very cool and alte aie uet: Bath. 2.5.50-—2n,} lier, Johanna Boyle, Janetie Buchanan, James Irneg R markable discovery is that and vitali :
3.5.59—2n CMces z airy: Also suitable fo: Foan Pringle, Camille Rodriguez, Sonia DEPARTURES—By B.W_I.A X : —_ it brin; results so | *
ces Immediate : ee k . l . eS ,
THANI BROS Dial Possession. Apply THE PUBLIC are hereby warned| ®°driguez, Kathleen Pratt, Marilyn Lobo Fo: Trinidad % VRE quickly, Im 24 hours
eee Morxis Minor tourer. low! oy 4158 on Sundays. Business hours | against giving credit to my wife CLA.| @!chard Lobo, Kathleen 'Clerk-Sj-encer, Mr. Gerald Hunte, Mr. Charles E X you can see and feel
: Sinton, Roori ie pene | eee 3.5.50—4.f.n. | DORA NICHOLLS (nee Devonish) as 1] J2™¢€s Clerk-Spencer, Barry Carr-Brown, lish, Mr. Joseph Chase, Mrs. Gert % Se provement nd within
Rooms, Hardwood ; . 1 t t = sponsible for her| J2â„¢es Stanley, John Merry, Anne Birch, O'Reilly, Mr. Joseph O'Reilly. Mc P % =
daily 8 e.m. to 123 noon.| ;, WESTMONT — Worthing. 3 Bedroom- bac ae on as es Nes Marion Archer, David Archer, David Ross, Mrs. Eth ne seeacinn Mr Ss * ’ TIA r ih y fone week it will literal- | lent da
= 3.8.80—sn | House. From Jane ist. Phone 4117/ or debts in, my name unless bye weittes? Tucker, Ann Masson, ,Michuel’ Bayne, man’ Gay, Mr’ Fitzgerald Lashley Ss SMOKING MIXTURE snake you 6 Dew msn. | oe
ot a -4to6p.m 3.5.50—5 tii ahs ‘oe = ‘| Prian Bayne ‘ames Bryan, Mrs M aryar $
x Overland Whippet. Re- coe — p NICHOLLS From Antigua Robert Attw aa Mise aon S pi ‘ AT REDUCED PRICE Vi-Tabs ‘
3 nner new tates. No ee Aes. SYDNEY NICHOLLS, John Griffin, George McMichael, Ed- Sylvia Jaskson-Smith, Mr. L. Lee “ Doctors Praise = a and full of vigour t
Pre refused. aor Worme, PUBLIC SA ae a he “ os ae uae Iris Dickson, Grantley May Adamson, Mr. John Adamson. M ‘ NJ a CARLTON BROWNE Doctors in America and and vitality. e 3
, 2. Sydney Kinch Ltd. LE ”'3.5.50-—2n_| wou, Lilian Howes, Patricia Wills, R: Laffan, Mrs, Annie Adamson, Miss,‘ Wholesale & Retail Drugeist “Jin many other countries| Restores Manhood and Vitality’ ;
-* 2.5.50—2n. 3.5.50—2n.] Edith Moore, Genevie d-'T 5. Andre sall re . : Se aes : a ty
: . Ss Clarence tag, Ceevie Lievd-Tmomas, Andrew, Binal 186, Roebuck St. Dial 2813 1
Ford Saloon, in excel. | ——_—_—_—_—__ From Grenada Miss Louise Rowley, Miss Doris Kow- | ‘> : dle
Garage. Phone WANTED Taylor Leon Taylor, Hugh Payne, iey. Mr. William Hagley here, ones POSVESSSOCESOCSSSO SS OSG! = = aT Par ee arr ae ~- %
2.5.50—3n son Stekle, Philip Yearwood, John Woodroofe, Mr. Frederick Gande M soil ek i
| suction = wood, Dorothy Reece, Barbara Keer, Irene Smith, Mr. Eric Johnann Miss | (= SS walien’s '
1948 Model, Phone| — - ‘ are Thompson, Mona Slinger, David Daphne Gay, Mr Nive B s | , }
2840 or 8224. BY INSTRUCTIONS of the 1 a | ut H. Hunte, Mrs. M. Hunte, Miss Beulah Watson, Mr “Ralph Watsor $4 | S A] Vv ATIC N ) r
30. 4:.50—t.f.n Pies th e nsurance ; Minors, John Steward For Georgetown { f )
| ny TER. otter toe ale on ROaS MISCELLANEOUS j Miss V eeatsiee Chinaloy, Mr. George | — - a : (( :
‘Pontiac Convertiable Coupe! IESY GARAGE 2 o'clock, Sincer Rone | mane Thee eee Marques, Mr. Des- |}! 7 . 2 :
2 é 2 st er Saloon Mrs. JOHN r Sa fie mond Thompson r irian B S\) f t)) e i,
four Passenger in ‘good order. | Car damaged by on seine’! 58 r JRAYTON, Canefield n r Mr. Adrian Bannist« ) / | tt ‘ < t
ie dct quick Sale. Phone| Ford Truck. ‘Sees oe and one/ House highly recommends Kenneth Car- ORIENT Al “rs. Adelaide Sueping, Mrs 1 ) ARM \\ ana an a 1ona eams Ss 5
28 .4.50—Tn H. Jason Jones Service pe a michael an experienced Cook, Butler or a sAL Mr. Clement Yhap, Mr. Gordon ¢ I ) e x
- ————+— | with Place MC ae *K- | Chauffuer and two young maids. A1s9 = r. Samuel Lee, Mr. Leiham (¢ t { %
8 h.p. 4 door Sedan in by ‘atclies. "aes ae rn Arch | Beresford Blackman as Chauffuer Tele- pation: Tveny, Teak, Sandel, Jawet New re i . ” \ ANNUATI i
condition. Newly ory McKenzie, Auctioneer, : 3.5 0-$n enon Aart =A Oe lery, Brass Ware, Tapestries, Ries 12) T G D A Y {| SOUTHBOUND o~- hw ae Saseyen Salts
. ” ' (i & «
_ 2.5.50—6n. | one ; : 5 1) AG é Kt Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos
4 ART Friday, May 5th )}] CAN. CHALLENGER 25th Apr. 28th Apr. 10th Mar 10th May .
GIN: One V-8 Ford engine UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER CAKE ct | (4 ‘ {\)} LADY RODNEY .. - 12th May 15th May 17th May 26th May 27th May
ogee conden, aie NOTICE I OA tag Wate SSE RS ee eee eet oe
} fing-gear and pinion, and| By instructions receive ; om wee 12) lease cas Tag rss N at May rd June Sth 14th June 15th J
oo ae an eee | ay ins ructions | received from th. PARISH OF ST. JAMES } At WHITFIELD’s i \\f Please Buy A Tag \\] LADY RODNEY . 30th June gard July sth July” lath Jule ise Jone
jar Street. Phone 2696 fay Sth « : eonee Gee | As from the 18th ef May to the 2 On FRIDAY, MAY 5TH 0 419) to Help Others LADY NELSON 22nd July 25th July 2th July = 5 ¢
meee a 4 50t Lower Prova messts Jason Jones Garage| 4 1 S Wscchial wueek! me ONCE I LADY RODNEY aard Aug. 20th Aug, 38th Aug. ath Aus. Th sak"
.4.50-—t.f.n,. ower Broad Street at 1.30 1. (1) 198 May, the Office of the Parochial Treas- For a ve dese “_— ‘ Q ( - . \j , a > ug. 20th Aug. . oth Aug. Tth Sep. ‘
eres 110 bp. Morris ant Teruhared ie io: urer, of St. James, will be open Wi? cident Also at 2 p.m. (1) 1941-27-35] OD!y on Saturday the 20th May from Ss | adi ‘ # ‘THBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
posit Tie rae ae te Se : n i -_ or orereen on i LADY NELSON ‘ae v “oe rake a pg
. . posite ighways ransport Dept 2 an 4 { : See nh MAS eo) tfth May 2nd May q
Peer cnc “aries By, Madlo| Hatrchua street” Damayed tn acigeat ! OP DEARREY {/ERESRRSES RES hae Wee SN |
4 : *s M Cas {¢ } (joe NEL oT 4 . ine iy iy 3th July
| eed , St. Matthias Gap, Ch. Ch By instructions received 1 w ; es ae } le We I F JU Ui} LADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7th 2 ;
. $.5.80—2n.-| on “Thucedee oney a ie i
Advent Ave: Bank Hall X Road’ (1) 4 . i late chief cutter of , LADY RODNEY 18th Sep, 2lst Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. 6th Oct
attel House 24 x 12 w . 4 x r—- ( a or ;
FURNITURE kitchen attactied ag an eh Th you Canaan On Journalism as a yg T Y ) ih P. ¢ 5. Maffei & Co., Ltd., i i
—_—_— Cash ; 7 8) Career? e Barbados Advocate is look- \ (C can be found at \\\| N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All v 1 4
ee ne ae team VINCENT GRIFFITH ing at : orient yeuns man to train J L [ i (yy : MRT ne te i bers, » Passenger Fares ama freight also on 4 Se Ge ore grap f
Larder App) e Rectory Ch. : ' as a Sub-Ed!tor Apply now in writing ( : m , \\ ‘ Fi
50—-2 Auctioneer tivirg ‘ ~ 7 } wee 1 )
29.4.50—-3n - 1 Sivirg full details to the Editor The ; | a \} Rk UJ | All RIN 44 ;
sores gn | SiYitE, full, etatte to "ine Re PUD jeasileal® seneitae ) DeABREU'S TAILORING |); GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.— Agents. |
30.4.50 t.f.n EPFECTS §§ ‘ i) ‘
SS ) COMPA VY qt '
REAL ESTATE = = { D. M. Simpson’s Building, \
Pure Bred Cocker Spaniel ee R ICE 1 99 Se ee ee
Pinks Weatnerneaa: Phone! 1) Large storey stone wa! LOST & FOUND . 2623 -- P.O. f ,
30.4.50.—3n. | Building with Shop and’ Bal : 4 Phone 2523 P.O. Box 194
1: s p and Bakery stand- NEAR THE c i hone 2 3 OO. a
, ing on 1/2 * land which is run in) — DAR THE CRANE RY §
EOUS i ae t Government water & Lights aoe SS SEE TUESDAY 9TH., AT 11 A.M Hits . ¢
ins a situate at Clapham Land, Flag We are t te , . .
Of. every description Staff Road, overlooking sea and country LOST Witten to cant aant, y Mrs. C. M I, pe eT ;
old Jewels, fine Silver, | yt ict. Next to Highgate’s new tenan- lowing Valuabin cant the cory \ 4 q
Early books, Maps, Auto-| ’Y. For particulars apply on premises DODGE HUB CAP—Somewhere - clfects:— Cs a ! OUTWARD F HE UNITED KINGDOM:
Paphs, etc. Antique Snop, | ‘© Mr. J. St. Hill owner tween Bridgetown and Seawell Ais oe . - - , : see ? is shonaie = - M:
a \ P - Airport, ean reanies GF
‘Moin it Club . 29.4,50—3n Finder please return same to Advocates Antique Mahogany Cellerette, |
eo “CASVILLE”, Navy Gardens Ch. Gh, | een 2 5.50--n logany | Tip-top ‘Tables; Mahog- t Don't say 1 ways you: Bae Vessel From Leaves B al
PAINTS—Bran. Three bedroom bungalow sta ae my dining tabie, oval Walnut Sy ‘ ar ,
ble Forest ne Fig ieee 8.241 al’ teat Te Bak hiner ae any ar oe Labrador Dog. Answers Mahogar rv table, (( Ti is.s a . i i
IE White and colours, specia) | time by appointment. Apply C. A. Peirce. a so ae of Count Finder please , ‘ bine Deal {{ BUY TO-DAY { )|S.S, RIVERCREST London 7th April 3rd May
Paints $6.84. gin. | Phone 3348 or 2749. 28.4.50—7n, itae r. Cato at Government Hill A size itensils, (i (| S.S. “LORD GLADSTONE” M.borough 6th May 24th May
” gin. They are Here. canola 3.5.50-—2n ve Sepa fi tees | ) & Glasgow
NES & Co., Lid. “AND —1400 guy, ft, 8 dat With. | me wagkon, Cedar Presses i LASTING ;. “ADVISER” ive th May
rs : 25.4.50—13n | Chattel dwellinghouse thereon, situate | {room furniture, Sp. i : ane. ISER 2 Liverpool 6th May 20th May 4
= ——______. | at the corner of Wellington Street, and bre Mattresses ‘MPLE ARCH London ee peecel £
RAIL WINDOWS—Seven iron| ‘ine Street, Bridgetown. FORM I ol conor 10? = 4
windows complete with shutters _Inspection on application to th: | Seale } FU RN iTU RE ) HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
x 4ft. Suitable for garage or| Tenant, Mrs. Florence Linton The Land Ae wesit on A a ) ) ie)
Gardiner Austin’s Build- The property will be set up for sale | y qj I ( « {{ ) Vessel For Closes in Barbados ?
i‘ swore Plantations Ltd. Broad By Public Competition at our Office, Sekine cok teen 1 46 The Mi : " ({ | “ATLANTIAN” London Sth May x
or Phone 2696. omes Street, ridgetown, on Thursday 1949 wahog and Ebony til The oneyv-Saving av » gir 77 A NYY) ad 2 . p
Se 28.4.50—t.f.n.| 4th May 1950 at 2 p.m. ote ; able Slate topped : © : { » “COMEDIAN Liverpool 12th May
lumi ))
, , , Ww > Ww { ia - ;
Elileachn's Plano good YEARWOOD & BOYCE, wow Notice, required by Scetion 8) Marble topped IN BLACK and BROWN Mt | For further particulars apply to
at the Medical Solicitors. Notice is hereby given that it appears Bo, fan al ace (All Sizes) )) Gc })) :"
General Hos- 29.4.50—5n. | to the Governor in Executive: Committee soard, Mahogany ended r i\\ ‘ TD—A \
2308. 9.5.%0—2n | that the lands described in the Schedule Sofa, Upholsterea Mahoy You ean’t beat these s : v ({( DA COSTA & co., L “gents. 1
hereto and situate at Bathsheba in the Wordoncetwood Rockers, Cedi £ ‘f X nies ;
arish of St. Jose ; ininne cb Gare wrdrobe Miah eae ‘ : HP
al . age offer Gloss By public competition at our office, Sona ork eos oo he Ee Ea Purniture Maho M err for Comfort. Mh) i
ne} Be Con mg re Set! 17 High St... on Thursday 11 May, at! poses which in the cpiniot at ite and Iron double, and singh From $4.13 Up. } 3 0) SES SSS !
ie * 3s 4001S 2 p.m. the dwellinghouse of two stor ys Governor-in-Executive Committee are stead nds iscella re »») b {{ { The Sch. GARDENIA W with a
2.8 50—18n comprising public rooms, two bedrooms, | public purposes, namely for. establishing Bedrox rniture, Medicine ( Visit - ~ - 2) F ‘ | Th ) 1 1 accept Cargo and Passengers for
out of North British ey bath os with shop oe hed,| playing fields or other places of public inet ing Cabinet, Mag } ; i ' SRA VEEW GUEST ny Si. Vincent and Trinidad, Sail
at cost. Sizes 550 ae franding on 2094 sq ft of q and in resort. : Ja ) . f ing Thursday 4th inst, 4
Ma ee weedside Road and Hunts Road, City, THE SCHEDULE - ‘ ‘ )) 1) () The Sch EVERDENE wilt ac- 5:
ya few availa-} Apply to Mr. E. H. Kirton, the owner! ALL THAT certain parce) of land éon scope, Foldin iy cept Cargo and Passengers. for E:
Garage Ltd. Teiephone | on the premises Further particulars | taining 1 acre 3 roods adjoining the site and many other interest We hy TEN OR Triridad Sailing Saturday 6th &
3.5.50—3n.] and conditions of sale from COTTLE|of the former Railway Station at Bath Viewing morning of Wi] } HASTINGS, BARBADOS inst |
CATFORD & CO sheba, bounding on the seashore, on land Sale ( EXCE oN “UIS The M.V. } E 7 - s
wr wan rly et the Barbados “travaehenartt Pr. Wm Henry Street y {( H ea CUISINE anne consis eda eneinene ae :
ailway and on the public réad, alleged o_eeeeeeee . 6 , BO Gen " ' ( 1L ST D inica erra a
NOTICES “ALCOTT”—Situate at the Stream|to be in the occupation of Miss Vera’) and 6, 42 & 53 Swan Streets ILSON { . = SOceeS aay levi an a
‘ ee z ( { Nevis and St. Kitts Date of ia
<== | Road, Christ Church, standing on 17,236|Hinkson of Cane Garden, St. Andrew CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER DIAL 3466 Pia) 1 {( RATES: $5.00 per Day & Sailing to be gives. 7
Square Feet of land, with right of way Dated this twenty seventh day of April td The Sch, UNITED PILGRIM S a
: Ne to Worthing Beach. 1950 at the Public Buildings in the City AUCTIONEERS upwards wil accept Cargo and Passengers .
OTICE Tie house contains gallery, drawing | °f Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados for St. Lucis 5.
C . vy. Ry Chivsaand (Inclusive) s . ucia, Sailing Friday 2
I HEREBY GIVEN end dining room, three bedrooms, P Fc Mu ae IXON & BLAD N ) Sth inst 4
, that it is the] pantry, kitchen and usual out-offices. | Pp. F. CAMPBELL, apply. - - |
Of the Vestry of the Parish . Colonial Secretary, (Ag.) wt |
y Garage and servants’ rooms in the yard. ary, : e wet !
be caused to be in-] “Tnspection on application to the tenant 3.5.50—3n, wirs. W. S. HOWELL Sasi b oe
oe oan Mrs. Watkins every day (except) > —_ as on ( satin.
authorise the | Sundays) between the hours of 3 and Seay eee aS SSS.
a sum not exceeding] § p.m,
se of completin, ' : \
ee Parisn Cneren and |, ree, seve will be ext up for sale at GOVERNMENT NOTICES. :
it (Pews, etc.) 1950 at eae : ) " > .
pel about to be Hullt at | stveet om Friday the Sth of May apeisres cg ee CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
Mivparey-interet!” ©" o,wcnlanoe a SRALY, PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Medical eal |
: A% bee spun end to be Solicitors. Superintendent of the Barbados Mental Hospital. The post is pen- FRENCH LINE —
ae ae @dual annual instalments 28.4.50-——Tn oj a ¢ as alarv z ‘ caeannee
the rates of the said Parish sonable and has a salary of $3,456 x 144 — 4,320 per annum, subject “MISR” Sailings to Trinidad Sailings to Plymowth— 3
Siem’. PARDO, LAND—2 roods,, 1 Pere it oe to deduction of 4K as a contribution to the Widows and Orphans Pen- “GASCOGNE” May Lith wit &
St ancl pte oe ay tes eee The Garden Bt, | 100 fund. Applicants should be registered Medical Practitioners; a “GASCOGNE” May 24th 1950 May 31st i
2.5.50—3n. | James 29.4.50—1n | diploma in Psychological Medicine or experience in Mental Disease ‘GASCOGNE” aie oe 1950 July . 5th
“TEIG” Bihaain in Paceane(o@ esirable, but. not essential ares nd 1950 August eh
“LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage ? ; ny ” 7 4“ ” .
v1 NOTIC! Road, St. Michael, standing on 6,870 2. Unfurnished quarters are available at a rental of 5°% of 28. MISR” third class passages are available at $240.00.
@ Board of the Royal] tauare fect of land’ sila % ._ Arrangements can be made for your return passages from
the begs e notify the} The house is built of stone and cone y: ; England.
, ee ea oe trine gallery. Gegerinn, Siping, _ sitting 3. The Barbados Mental Hospital is situated close to the Coast For further particulars apply to: —
a aa. Kindly apply for] W.C. and bath do . 4 bed- | on the out-skirts of Bridgetown. It has over 700 patients.








fees must be

in on
A. INNISS,
Ashford.
4 3.5.50—1n
LICENSE NOTICE

om Of STANLEY B

holder of Liquor License

1950 granted to Eteir Gros-

. of bottom floor

and shingle building in

St. a for per-
juor License a

St. Michael.

2nd day of May 1950

MORRIS, be

Magistrate,

‘A’.

Se. S. Bo THOMPSON,

Applicant.
“pplication will be con-
Polite. ceasing Court to be
) Court, District “A’, on

_ of May 1950 at

DD. mM Q..
Police ORRIS, Esq












ate, Dist. “A”.

LICENCE NOTICE

: atrice Sabin of
Bridgetown, holder, of
No. 1030 of 1950, granted
rT in respect of premises
liding at Sobers Lane,
Michael, for permission
wor License at said pre

» St. Michael
The pt 20d day of May. 1950
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
Signea BEATRICE SABIN



ae









Wan, Applicant
Ma L application ll be ‘consid
Mice Cox: acensin: 2urt to be held at
Be a": District «a Friday is
D -ORRIS
rate, D

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rooms (2 with running water) upstairs
Inspection any (except Sundays)
tetween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m

The above will be set up for sale to

Public Competition at our Office in
Lueas Street, Bridgetown the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors.
23.4,50—12n.



All THAT certain messuage or store
khown as No. 46 Roebuck Street stand-
ing on 2788 sq. ft. of land. The

building has been recently remodelled]

and renovated. Inspection on applica-
tion to the undersigned.

The property will be set up for sale
by public competition at our office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,

12th May 1950, at 2 p.m.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors.
29.4 50—12n







~ BEACH VIEW—Worthing on the Sea
Very cool and good Sea-bathing, 3 aa
rooms, Toilet and Tea-room upstairs,

rooms, Kitchen, Bath and Gallery down-

stairs. Offers received by writing
Address Mr. C€. Bourne, Melbourne,
Hastings. 3.5.50—™

et
It's Quite

NATURAL












4

May, 1950.

Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary,
Bridgetown. Barbados, and should be submitted before the 20th of

7.4.50,—-2n,

Sounenstinammmmmnnentiamnanensat

ATTENTION is drawn

to the

control of prices

Official Gazette on Monday, Ist May, 1950.

2. Under this Order the
“Cement” is as follows: —

ARTICLE





Cement
29th April, 1950

naximum retail selling price of

RETAIL PRICE
(Not more than)

$1.86 per

bag of 94 Ibs.

30.4.50



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS

Forms of Entry for the above examinations can be obtained from
the Department of Education. Garrison.
All forms should be completed and returned to the Depariment
of Education not later than 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, Ist June,
1950. No entry will be received after this date





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Candidates entered from other than Public Schools must torwerd ene tele et
everybody wants Baptismal Certificates with their Entry Forms. Palethorpe Sausages, Bacon,
Candidates for the Junior Examination can only be entered as y apa Table Margarine,
G A $ : private pupils, and the fee for each candidate will be $10.08. { DEXON & HALA ‘ Prunes in Tins. a z
5 , ; i tificat n €12 09 | ohn ' om, A.FS Ko
wherever a clean fuel is needed. The fee for ¢he School Certificate will be $13.08 | shed Estate et a Acie WE SUPPLY YO
The fee for the Higher Gerti € : ae
WwW H Vv ? oes i Plantations Bidg. Phone 1640 ))
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AND THEY
LOVE IT

Right worrant officers and two
sergeants, pick of tne Koval Wes
Atrican Frontier Force, nave flown
3,500 miles Caterham, Surrey,
to learn how drill is done in the
Guards.

in 95 parades of 45 minutes each
they will be put through six weeks
of the Army’s stiffest drill course,
‘hem they will fly home again,

Tre ten West Africans—two of
them are R.S.Ms, six C.S.Ms—
are enjoying their first visit to
England—even the drills. But they
find the climate ‘a little chilly.

“They are keeping on thick
woollen underwear with ankle-
length panjs,” said Captain E. D.
Upton, who brought them over.

“And so that they do not shiver
at night each has been given cighi
blankets to sleep in.”

Hut to Themesives

R.S.M. Mursal Doba, R.S.M
Umaru Numan, and C.S.M. Ama
du Dosso all hold the M.M

The others are C.S.M.s Umoru
Maiduguri, Scidu Kangara, Tujand
Cande, Mama Moshi, and Kramc
Wangara, and Sergeants Musa Sin-
uku and Mark Baah.

At the Guards’ depot they have
a hut to themselves. When they
return to Nigeria and the Gold
Coast.they will train local N.C.O.s
to replace soldiers trom Briain

—-L.ES.



Empire Drubs
College 11—0

In Second Division Game

Empire completely outplayed
Harrison College in their Secona
Division game at Queen’s Park
yesterday evening. When Referee
Harris blew off, the score was 11-
nil in Empire's favour



From beginning vo end the Em-
pire forwards were tacking the
College go The goals were



divided between Mandeville anc
Wood who scored four each, ana
Morris, Babb and Craigg one each
Two of Mandeville’s goals were

from penalties






Four of the goal ere scored in
the first b About five minute
efter pla began, Empire wa
i arded penalty Mandeville

the kick and scored to open
‘coun for his team



: {ter Mandeville’ scored
the seconr goal after receiving a
pass from Morris on the right
wing Morris ran through the
College defence and novched the
third, while the fourt} oal
8cored by Babb This ended tt
goal scoring up to half time

Five Up

On resumption Wood beat goalia
Roach for College, with a hard she
from close range to put his team
ive up Mandeville scored the
sixth goal, and he was also respon
sible for the seventh from a pen-
alty kick

By this time the College team
were all confused, and failed to
nark their opponenis' forward
The other goals came in the la
minutes of the game

The eams were

Harrison College: Roach, Morris
Squires, Cave, Storey; Grant; Rejd
Gibbs: Tudor, alma; Codrington

Empire John Jordan
Clarke; Bynoe; Wickham; Morri
Babb; Wi Mandeville; Craigs

Archer

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But Did Not Win

From Vernon Morgan

LONDON, April 30.

3eaten a short head in the Two
Thousand Guineas, the first Brit-
ish Classic, the American colt
Prince Simon ran splendidly and
may be said to have lived up to
his reputation. This American-
bred son of Prince Quillo showed
great pluck in going down by the
narrowest of margins in a photo

finish and was promptly made a
short priced favourite for The
Derby. This great race, run over
one and a half miles at Epsom,
takes place on Saturday, May 27
So far, Prince Simon, owned by

the wellknown American sports-
man Mr. William Woodward has
no serious challenger in the bet-
ting market, for his conqueror in
ist Week's Guineas at Newmar-

ket, the Aga Khan's grey colt
Palestine, is not going to contest
the Epsom event

Palestine only just hung on to
in the straight Newmarket. An-
other few strides and the Ameri-
can colt would have won, It was
clear to everyone that Palestine
could hardly be expected to stay
the extra half mile of the Derby.
Thé Yorkshire horse Masked
Light, who had been Winter fav-
ourite for the Derby before The
Gulneas in which he could only
hish third, well beaten, is also
id to be now a doubtful starter
for the Epsom Classic

Thus ith the colts that finished

first anc third in the Guineas un-
like’ ly to Oppose him in the Derby,

it is only natural that Prince Si-
mon should be a clearcut favour-
ite with ten to one offered any

other candidate, His nearest
Market rival is Castle Rock, chest-
nut son of Rockefella, who he as not
yet been out this season

Castle Rock is second favourite
on last year’s running and by vir-
tue of the faet that none can tell
ho ! compares with Prince
Simon

Wintered Well





{ tle Rock, who is bred to Stay
bad many of the best British ju-
venile n the Houghton stud over
it Newmarket last year They in-
cluded the Aga Khan’s Tabliz, at
that time considered a potential
Derby winner Tabliz was not
trained on and will not contest the
Derby, On the other hand Castle





> j x x Rock is said to have wintered ex-
YORKSHI R kK ceptionally well and to be show-
4 ing fine promise in his training
RY 9 WKTS gallops The public will shortly
iave an opportunity of seeing
LONDON. May 2 whether he can do the same on a
Pitninah ae sets racecourse as the colt is expected
At Lords MCC he Yorkshit te run in the Chester Vase next
by 9 wicket Yorkshire 113, Week s This race is run over one
tion BS Janiine 4% for 46, and mile, five furlongs, a furlong fur-
Bailey. 3. tor 10; secondly. 192 ther than the Derby course which
MCC 284 for 4 declared: Simpson ren fully expose his stamina
7 PAs OK nel eoo. GUALCcAallons
detiey : ’ t eet en 3 Whatever Castle Rock may do at
Al Cambridgc Tniversity Chester it : clear that the now
Sines iain farains WSecmalael olitds customary danger will come from
University 359 for : eclared, Freneh hor e3 rhe vaiders from
Sheppard 130, May 85; Sussex 126 28¢'OS8S the English Channel have
for & Cox not cut’s0 ae os . _ ae “yh — a
F. , ae € ce yeurs and a yu uUNeAd Oo
as oe ee aot ae the hat-trick with Amour Drake
Pstanaabovdhive The call meena last year At present Madame
108 far & Young nat ont ba: Oxford Leon Volterra’s L’ Admiral is con-
Yinivarsiny Ghd Murrey Potisneve sidered the greatest threat though
161 bookmakers are taking no chances
At the Oval, Surrey—Glamor- “th either of Marcel Boussach’s
gan (County Championship)
match was drawn—Surrey 192
Hever 4 for 20; Glamorgan 145, 8RD DIVISION GAMES
Parkhouse 62, Alec Bedser 6 foi Shell defeated Y.M.P.C. 2—0 in
18.—-(Reuter,) a Third Division fixture at
Beckles Road yesterday. One goal
Barbados Friendly Football was scored in each half of the
sas game.
vo neegeiation | Combermere and Y.M.C.A,
Tambrose va Colts at Shell. Referee: Played to a one-all draw at Com-
Mr. E. Clarke bermere. Y.M.C.A,. netted first
sl ts See a ane atthe and in the first half. Com-
‘St. Mary's Old Boys vs. Westerners at pears equalised during the
. Leonard Referee } Mr. C. Jemmott oc half
nn
They'll Do It Every Time ta 8 th
serene yer Sat ae = —

Alwe Gora |





| Bur WHEN THE
SHOE |S ON HIS
OWN STUMBLING
FOOT::GIVE A

| LISTEN TO HIS
TEARY REFRAIN:

pair Parkal and Gera.

It was bad luck for France that
their chief Guineas hope Cardanil
from the Boussach stable injured
himself a few days before the race
and could not run. Emperor, the
second string, was left to repre-
sent the Tricolour. He never re-
covered from a slow start finishing
eighth of the 19 starters.

Would Have Placed

It might be safely assumed on
this running and the Guineas pic-
ture at Newmarket that had Card-
anil been able to run he would at
least have got a place. M. Bous-
sach may still have got a line on
his chances of beating Prince
Simon in the Derby, but he would
have had a better chance had
Cardanil been able to take part
in the Guinegs.

Of the three French challengers
only L'Admiral has done anything

of note this season. Parkal, a
brother to Ardan, now in the
United States, has only run once

when finishing second early in the
month at Longchamp in a mile
and a quarter event.

But M, Boussach has plenty of
horses with which to try this
“dark” contender .and the way he
has been backed shows that he
is a really good one.

Gerapsar is a son of that great
champion Pharis which in itself
puts him in the race with a won-
derful chance,

Prince Simon would have won
the Guineas but for being badly
drawn at the starting gate, ac-
cording to his jockey Harry Carr,
who also rides for the Royal
Stable. Of the 19 to face the starter
the American colt drew the fif-
teenth place which meant that he
was on the far side of the field
with the stiffer gradiant or
which to race.—Reuter.

ee

B.B.C. Radio Programme

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,
The News, 7.10 a.m. Launching
Ark Royal by H.M. The Queen.
lan Stewart. 7.30 a.m, Listen
7.45 a.m, The English Novel
From the Editorials, 8.10 a n
Programme Parade, 815 a.m. Work and
Worship. 8.30 a.m, BBC Welsh Orchestra



7 am
of HMS
am,

7.20
ers





9 am. Close Down. 12 Noon The New
1210 pm, News Analysis 215 pw
Music for Dancing, 1 p.m. Midweek Tali
1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 1.30 p.m, Fe
tival of Britain. 2) pom The New
2.10 p.m. Home News from Britain, 2
pom Sperts Review 230 pia
Donald Peers, 3% p.m. British Co
cert Hall. 4 p.m. The News. 4.10 p11

The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m, Music fro

Girand Hotel. 5 p.m, Piano Playtime. §
p.m. Programme Parade, 6.30 p.m. Thi
English Novel. 5.45 p.m, Pavilion Player
6 p.m. The End of the Road. 6.30 p r
BBC Northern Orchestra. 7 p.m. Th
News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis. 7.15 p.
Books to Read. 8 p.m. Radio Newsrec/
0.15 p.m, Midweek Talk. 8.30 p.m. Syi)
phony of Strings. 9 p.m, Land and Liv
stock, 9.30 p.m, Music in Miniature. 10
pun. The News, 10,10 p.m. From the Edi
torials, 10.15 p.m. Take it from here, 10.4
pm, Balance of Europe. li pm. The

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.43 a.m.
Sun Sets; 6.12 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) May 8
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water: 4.02 a.m., 5.08
p.m,
YEST*¢RDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) Nil
Temperature (Max.) 86.0° F
Temperature (Min,) 74.5° F
Wind Directors (9 a.m.) E by
N ( p.m.) E

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.996
(3 pom.) 29.909









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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

African Sgt.-Majors Learn To Bellow Squ-a-a-d



e

by Drill-Sergeant D Lynch. 0.C:M—R.S.M Doba.

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Can France
Find A Team?

For World Cup Games

PARIS, May 2.

For some time the French Press
has been clamouring for France
to be “invited” to play in the
World Seccer Cup games at Rio.

Now that it is officia! that France
will take part, the critics are won-
dering how the French Football
Federation is going to find a suit-
able team to send over.

With the French Cup Final on
May 14, and another three games
still to be played in the cham-
pionships, many of the leading
players are suffering from minor
injuries or showing the strain o*
a strenuous season,

The present defenee can prob-
ably be found, but the attack wiil

present a problem, as there is a
searcity of sharpshooters and
speedy forwards

—Reuter.

No Knowledge
Of $125 Million
U.S. Loan

WASHINGTON, May 2.

The United States Government
was reported to-day to be ready to
offer Argentina) a commercial
credit of about $125,000,000.

One report said that President
Truman was understood to have
authorised it, but officials at the
White House said last night they
had no knowledge of the situation.

The money would go towards
helping the Argentine to refun\i
commercial debts to American ex-
porters to a total of about
$108,000,000

—Reuter.



Molasses
For Canada

Three thousand
and a large quantity
are being loaded on the
Alcoa Puritan for ports of Cana-
da, The Puritan arrived yesterday
fiom British Guiana and began
shortly after to take its cargo

For Montreal, it will take
tons of sugar, 1,560 barrels and
10% half-barrels of molasses, The
remaining 1,600 tons of sugar will
leave for St. John, New Bruns-
wiek, along with 300 barrels of
fancy and 200 barrels of vacuum
an molasses, For Sorel, the vessel
is loading 300 puncheons and 25
barrels of molasses

The Puritan brought no cargo
for this port It is due to sail
the week

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notice terminating your services
at the expiration of a reasonable
period, gamely, on the Ist April,
and was not, nor could it be rea-
sonably construed as being, a
notice of dismissal. In the cir-
cumstances, therefore, it would
be neither appropriate nor rele-
vant to hold an enquiry and,
accordingly, His Excellency is un-
able to accede to your request
that he should adopt that course.
I am,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Signed) P. F, CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary.



Dr. A. S. ASHBY,
Rilbrook,
Top Rock,
Christ Church.
llth February, 1950.
SIR,—I have the honour to
draw to your attention that Dr.

Hallinan has refused

with my wife’s treatment whilc
she was in Hospital, and, in par-
ticular, with regard to the per-
formance of noe duties by the
Nurse in attendance on her.
IT had reason to believe that
Hallinan’s duties were particu-
larly directed to investigating such
grievances and I am at a loss io
understand his refusal to investi-
gate.
I have to ask that the matter
treated as urgent.

IT am,

Yours faithfully,
GEORGE C. PILGRIM.

Dr

be

(Signed)

The Hon.
The Col, Secretary.
Col. Secretary's Office,
Barbados,
16.2.50.
SIR,—1I am directed to inform
you that Dr, Hallinan was ap-
pointed by the Governor to en-
quire inte the administration and
organisation of the ¢
pital
He was not appointed to enquire
into individual grievances and
complaints
Cotonial Secretary

GEORGE C. PILGRIM

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



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



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