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PAGE TWO M'SDAV ADVOCATE . L O II I iiv q I BLONDIM p L A Z A -non .t NDAI iih Ui %  %  'KAMA 1 "TK* TWh MJC • Id* LI • DIM 1 ne i wu 1*1*0. 1 1 K CARROLLS Dtar nm MM rot Hnno / t EMPIRE THEATRE 1 PRFSFNTS ON riESIl \t TTII .I WHIM -HIV TH Al 4.30 snd k.30 p m 5 Till WOKI.IIS (.111 ATIST MK.'I.W PRO. NORICE De LA ROCHE | HI(HARMING VOISG sMERKAS AHTIST1 > VELMA n *ED tABARKT IMMIIUM:; ;. Hill Sim and lUnrr Her Way Inlu Vour Ilfirt V I :tl< I • tln-h. II.M; Boies MOO: ll-joae Ik. lKmrv>i, $ Balcony 50c. < t'lm .rrvfrt). .' I rs ON SALE DURINC THE DAYS OF SHO I I • • %  .v/.v,WW,w/w/w,.w/,,/ // „ /,jl 2 HOIKS (II M \(.l< AND II. 1.1 Ticket! on Bale KIMII. (ran 7 Prim : Bulk :!!<.. ttrek :ili<-.. Balcon) 18*, B WPOBTANT IN TODAY .'. CHAND I MINI SHOW Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE and MAKE Cycling a Pleasure We can offer CENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR SPORTS MODEL \Ko( fcla Lights, Lucks. PoUsfabl| Cloths. OU Caiiv. iiiil Lubricating ,l1 THE BAB8ADOS UMM'KKATIVK COTTON IU IOKY LIMITED H IS Ex Governor Capt. W. Lan the S' terdav afternoon. The Governor also opened the Comi and P erti Jrcoks hi* Jaw: P r.A\: %  ago. £ %  r. C. B. received a rusts After the match he d he bad broke) check up in I he w.i been tort) and it will some lime before 111 i Bui thai does not i %  great restraint from was persuaded not to play : BBC the week follow:but hi Is back in the Want now. leading the forward 'ormer dash. London Art Exhibition A MONG the exhibitors at the t| London An Exhibiti' l now being staged at the Gu Idha.. is Mr. J. M. Campbell of Booker Bros., Deputy Chairman of the West India Committee. His contribution is an oil painting of a brghtly coloured vase of flower* against a blue background. An thd construction and solution of crossword puzzles are chief among Mr. Campbell's hobbies OS occasion, some years ago ltd a complete cross%  ve-iini;. II was at th' time when the West India ComClreular used to earn i puzzle every month. The chH .. i rord contributor told tinEditor he could not manage a puzz'e that month. Mr. Campbell ed S crossword in time to be 1t In tl\o Circular. l^Mv Ca)ub CaUwq %  s%  %  %  %  •> -— £ 4 & PICTURED are The "High Steppci Empirs Theatre on March 16th ar colourful production. Asst. Operations Manager M R. c. s. HEWETT. Assistant ST. A of T.C.A., IN dos on a short routine bushw.s visit. He will a! 'turning to Mm Bermuda GLOBE THEATRE BRINGING TO YOU UNEQUALLED ENTER! AINMENT OPENINO SATURDAY KTH AT 8 30 AND JLST FROM A TRIUMPHANT CARNIVAL SEASON ITS T tINIDAD S No 1 DANCE ORCiI .HE HOI' tHOTS AfjrATK (LIU IIMMI [Members Only) TO-NIGHT (SUNDAY TUBS ft THUHS. NK'.HT AT 8.30 BUTCHERS Present ... BROOK—Jimmy IIANLEY—Dinah SHERIDAN in K1K rod ALONE' A Tender Love Story with Ilie musk oi ALBERTSANDLEK and his Orchestra wilh HELEN HILL, also The London Symphony Orchestra, Bolollt HEDDLE NASH. i:>iin.i: im: vim: So Shou TO-UAV Kepunlii MIIKKDH al Mf p.m. TRINIDAD 8 HOT 8HOTS ORCHESTRA .nil THURSDAY MARCH BTH M B 30 PM LOCAL TALENT (with 8 Now STARS) MADAM TIAM FOOK (DUTCH GUIANA'S STAR) TOOLS! TOOLS!! MR. CARPENTER THESE ARE AMONG OUR NEW STOCK II VMM III wk sn Mlh i : I i>.il lui sran 11 M i s I HI.! '.si I is cow* Bom TABU \it I s M BI ,\ DRIVKKS mi not i SELECT YOURS EARLY %  MMBWA."-..Htass. %  IIOVW (WorlliiiiKs) LAST SHOH TOSH.II r it H.3II p.m. Republic Douulr IIH AUTRY w CHAMPION Jr. fid 36W w / oU Klut TWILIGHT OM THE MOGMHPt A REPUBLIC PICTURE \\u In and Out Even Week ENGLISH HARBOUR in Ami*-. Bui is said to be the most sheltered and suitable harbo.ufor yachts and this year there has been an increased number of yachts in and out eve' Never less than three all the time. It is lell thai Antigus ll their best midway stop bStWtajl Puerto Rico gnd ll.i.bados. On several occasions yachts have come into English Harbour and found that they have to go an the way round to St. Join s harbour for port formalities. The discouragement which this causta was keenly felt by the parties on the "Revunac" who went through this experience when they arrived in Antigua about ten days' ago, and it Is hoped that arrangement* 4 fiJMs, so that pratique can be granted al English Harbour. The "Revonac" owned by Mr. Harvey Conover of Larch mont. N. Y., is considered the most modern ly equipped of all the yachts that bus visited Antigua duritiK the season. Mr. Conover is ;;rd by his wil< other couples, Mr & Mi K) Mr. f. Mi Stephens. Mr. Staphan nected with the well kno yachting Arm of Spai .: Stephens NY. From passed through St. Vincent and ami from Anji la through UV '*. Bal Anally up to Cha Virginia, Tbata yachting (oik might ofti be tired by the time v. Antigua and En should be placed : lilt, veu %  ail goes to behjt to build up tin Tourist trade %  ent -pot when %  %  ni,:ht ix' [ntrodi i Recent Visitor A HKCtNT VISITOR to Antigua was Mr. Brwtn ,..ger of the Ptpsl Cola Plant and Canter Theatre : lie was the guest Ol Dr. & Mrs. Z Weisengei. He i well known to British Virgin Islanders for frequent iwork for them (n the American V. Is. NUrdi Cru I T was "Mardl Gras" night In London on Tuesday. 21 si February. Cyril Blake and his Calypao Serenaders joined tones with Humphrey Lyttleton and his Ntw Orleaners at the Royal Hotel ill Ruaell Square, for an evening f dancing and singin*. Lords Rsglansi and Kitchener were imoag the star attractions and many professional an. students from the West Indies Acre present to hear them singng their favourile Calypsoes. Editor of "Newsweek" VflR. MA1XOLM MUIR Edltoi i'lof 'Newsweek' and President t its B-iard of Directors is spend'iC a short holiday in Anflgua. s." in Erie dates M ,, _^ ,1 ITth. These live lovely ladiei .,., Chorus ftjj Returning to Jamaica Londfl \I;I %  %  i Jamaica this week. This li'r. 6 m. %  owner has beengpl nth % % %  Jamaica. Dffi\x ntiai to canning. But now Akcr to grow grape vines and ship Jamaican wine to LSrttBin. Incidentally, it i. thai Sotheby';*, London ruction rooms, are soon t,> • -|| for i over i hundred letters written— I' Iron the West indies by his am Arclas and Jonas Akeis. fn Onfl of these letters ArstSc Ake, from Bt Kltts, iH husband says that .. no tails; shell jackets :nv nut Ol %  ill his Exclusive Tip T ident tint the r exelu-. I ithotlt IM Kate They'n df! it was a certainty right up to "i' l 1 happen that • Keisl. '..ri where ,he hs hA l,reo v auVMal ly passed her SCMSI 'I the Ontario B3 and then worked loll 11 K-iglish flnn iW HeKiiie, usfl Do Not By CM P : M C 1 Mr. Gtrall econd son at % Royal, have voudhl i:' ttun.' Therokasi Family seems to ts/^ i.therwiie quaata: %  'tie and readeact!,._ %  Memben d i Family though, dona) *<>ke part in pcti&S < ally, than, he wm I other grouaOs—fm i,^ . :md to vat \ 1 IH nts who are Sgu L.irlorlos, and *j] port to ir^et tke I ..:a Hotel. Dr. Christopher ktj Chiropractor :eft ; i i W. 1. A. for AB me U.S. He bsya %  %  :• '. .ncandWli nth to NMsJ Mr. and Mrs. i | pending < ue Ocean View L %  'I' I'.A. yesiertaj.1 laell was the flnt %  Radio DistnbuUflB bsl m ..d in Bsrisl F •eemad very amy to 1 Colourful Picture T HE <'.!. %  :! Stan i ii picture then the most oddly shaped Use Police Band hi '•eating out the tin %  their ti i Among the Guests M R. A I PBA apt chairman of the Commonwealth Bugai talh Ixindon. was among the gu a lunchi in honour of Sir William Rook, late Director of Sugar Su] 1 inchcon %  n DJ Ml L II "ike. the Agent-General (<>r Queen A mont %  : We ii ourrw BI Dssid v\' stern's SOD gnfesl it W.I.A. 'oraaaj School. Frank it "ill bf to be __ M PC. sale] Water Polo for tassf ..f the lads], iVaier PswOj He Is now in the Sh. of U B O.T. .nTnaSl Dr. C. BelaaaQJ Mr r*>f rday bj B"Jj son Crusoe Hold. Mr NonnasNe* Plantation SWd" Cuiana arrived ,:,onths' hollaW "t wife, the fo^fVj IVrnandes and tla*J| BaySrai 5' liood Alone CROWN GINGER BEER •• jmiwmcHw CONTE CORTESA COBB UWRENCE THE CORNER STORE OI.VMPI4 llll ATHt: Hi m %  III Ml HOMM] r,.i Hii.M.i.i, ..-.g.n. KppubJIr SBu.hllig UouhlJaorl Msrlln. Ulllun, ruhl. Tnuntou llji I > %  : KINGS OF THE GAMBLERS" and "HOMESTEADERS OF PARADISE VALLEY" itk \IUa LIM iu rnl -,dtr. B.kkr Btalit. IbiUa Wcalaorlh SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE 36 ins. Peach. Blur. Pink. Lemon, White • i|iiulil> HIGHTONE in PUI* ?0 36 in*"* Jul 'V 1 '"*~?? (or J* K All prices advertised —



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US MAKCH: Si ler _. jllre. C w R iMr* 1 '-" We Are" I of oun men) In wv SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGr THREE Up for the Race* M Mr* Cyril Banu.r.1 urlved yesterday n the Lady Rodney r centMr. Barnard has two entered In this meeting. 'Joint Command" and They are la Barbados ., Race* and are staying at Marine H I 'riissmiril Mr. Ho %  W %  •' HOK. !•" '* I W. Accountant ... AcaSHnd '^^^Kbont a %  SJ^Hred on Friday EM 3.W : % %  KCfr Christ Church. Lijll il %  '• tfnter. fit the Lodfc Taj D. MUUKE tuld ine EV '""" XXn LAUV *" !" N chaltin. wlu, the II„„„I, J D l*-; S '"." day at Seawall. For passengers vn|! r _.Jns Perfume 7 lim,ll| t these would be put away , P-Tew your portum. "'' a ">' "' cold stor * But tot ,_ L. .". I 1 ". ,..„i..r .„ ti„. "'' IK'stengeni leaving, bv to,n I heir Opinion "*"" %  '"•" ••— will be in full %  tad [>oae "• '.Vving on the i highly doubtful, for strong t Rum, In their vlcinvben the plane I.Olt.C— (bsen left behind. 'Good Word Eai Ml %  om aw two weeks at .lay. the. One gent who arrived by toe jTT'S too cold at home and arc a have always heard lhat this wing on a little further, when they are down town shopping." On Return Journey M R. Wilson Thorn of Messrs Hi ifumeor %  *"* %  i" 1 '"' lok me yesterday • a nice place (or a holiday." „.hh doubtful, for """ •*• '"' l0 Canada it This was the opinion "" .X. aroma of good "" lw W b<,| "People can't '"" Mrs. C. 1. r.undy of Toronto. _..*,..t.... tay outside for long, they have who have gone to San to keep going into the departspend three weeks. I .hen the plane had immt ,om "I""* the streeta, -£*•'. %  • bottle—now ""? warm "P lot while before " •" "•'.iced • %  w tfdna on a llttl.. *... ...._.. Plant to Settle Her.' H ERTTOKDSHIItE. which is twenty-seven miles outside London was the former home of Brig. Hugh A. Courtcnay. Yesterday he arrived it l, Robert Thorn & Co., Ltd, left home—Barbados. He came in by I yesterday on his return journey T.C.A. and plans to settle here UTCA BJ ng the to his home in Prestwick, EngTemporarily he will be slaying i Routes. He and his land. Me was a passenger on at uie Marine Hotel until he finds a house. gjt Barbados from Vtttt> €t „„ WH _ aland that thej doKt here With A Canadian Accent! Loget No Time V _,.„ INCLUDED in the freighl v.h.ii T^HE WEST BTOfA CUIB I arrivi „„ r.c.A. 'plane ;..,,„I certainly loses no ibVu, „ i,,!nday morning from Canada v. as a ouring its many important mem. ., nous looking can, .uii bore when fresh distiii.-.,.,...llualionConfcrence S "•''""•* ou t of cracks in conferred upon them. The latest Uullon.onrLrcnce th.. sides. ,, sir George Seel, who has re•" %  "' hut was it? At 7.30 a.m. when cently been appointsd Co%  §• Revaluationi ConferSeaweil was buzzing with thChairman of the British Cai aVft^^P ln f conversation from arriving Commisi'.on. He is to be cntiiand departing pasivngers "the tained to dinner at the Jaw •""t"' 1 (iipanl" of the case must have Hotel. London, on Apr:: Mn. A i. nnaJly woke up. "Cock-a-doodlolarge ittendaiice of 'lub m doo." 11 iiowed in a line C.-madian is rxp-'t:crt THE WAY DMCAN in Ion %  which L'OO. ^bber, ihc spokesman ^M so-called waltzing Wei' like a polivl^ttcor>' collapsefl when %  % % %  40 ^B| and dru. lappy. Furdown th't IP l, nplaiiu: I*' iihculci ihc> be. It Bnidly assumed lhat %  Mkt talk they would Ifin^ Ihr Gap i 'aruvt I J "A tomato burst in %  •silly excha v % %  .Vjiw would have had % %  Mto BMdy, and would Wk first shot. Thv \arktwr sviimliit D EAH Dr. Smait-Allick, The Governors desire mo LheJj : tUitaoUoa Bl Uudeparture of Mi ,1 rriendt. They trust that tinSchool will now settle i tain undtotugi ad tq farther int^denU. A: i 1 cannot refrain from asking for an explanation of your t of Mr*. Bcowdcll. the widowed ino>'ner of a boy in Mr. War blow's he use. Mrs. Scowdcll. a lady of -Inking beauty, complains that you ,it. tempted to embrace her in your study. PossiUy bei rtroined nerves exaggerated .. merely friendly iies."ure. We should be glad of your account of the incident r\£AH Mr. Chawle. MJ Mrs. Soowdell was In such ohvious distress that my fatherly feelings overcame me. I fear I may have appeared, to be about to hold her to me somewhat warmly. bu.' only as a venerable patriarch %  • %  p. There was no fondling and klsslnc, In spite of ihfl %  .lluicment of her outttandmi; beauty. [ am > old a bird to By Beachcomber gel caught at tha.' kind game . Only a Sufgi-Htion A N article about gctV forget then lines made me think dt the tun eonu'dian* uuis M M they RO along But I WMOM the priggish author doeeo'l like them to invent tlleir own parts. I wuuKI like tt write | musical comedy without a part for Mr. Leslie ii< would be ge whenever he pleased, and would IMauthorised to do and night whatever {cams? 'into bjj head. "Whai' about team work? What about the rest of t] screams Prodnose. They would have to put up with it. and their embarrassmen.and difficulties would make the thing all the funnier, especially as one line fn Mr. rlenaon might make of the whole plot IVo Wontfrr A 50 yea r -old piooon'a tMttoe U'os found in a Stafford chimney. (News item) H OW they brought the good news from Aix to I JUSIMENIS %  BUNG IF YOU HAVE SURPLUS STERLING FUNDS AVAILARLE FOR INVESTMENT, WE SHALL BE GLAD TO RECOMMEND SECURITIES WHICH WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL TOGETHER WITH A FAVOURABLE INCOME RETURN. ROYAL SECURITIES CORP. LIMITED. J-S.BRYDEN & SONS (B'DOS) LTD. BARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS At the Cinema ir* .. a. pOH YOU ALOW shots of individual mitrumentall rlonc. and gave ooe at the ihe feeling oi as lts beiL Heddle '. %  ia her engagement—to an rcheetra. old t lead who has saved her has a know. > do so I i le.i liill. lyric I wllh Albert Saiuiorchestra and Sandier I country in England during too hi nt —It plays two nu 'fiough glimpses ol pcu • %  Ba l> i > ou Alone" M of Loodon are asA ien not a musical the reel famous screen c>ise. but the selections played stars in this ttlm. whirh try add to your enjoytimes a good idea as the performmeat of this picture. ances of all the N ^.,„, .„...„„ more balanced. The supiMirtm "i 1 RET) MENACE showing ...... cost in Tor You Alone" is more ; 4. ,h En ;" name ima. uimcu.t u gawet vlwi a iaiae 'han adequate — .P*oe, a tlim dealing with Com•nnB* m this•!> performances of nunism It is ,a,i m the Nurse and the-Village Constable statw though the methods used the latter having been evading 'v ,h l K n > mentber> matrimony with the (o met for 17 !,cir hideous ideologyveare. Both these rolea were w \ I ivt ''"' %  PWw w any country handled and |jmoui !" !" l ouM not ank rmj^ ''T i o • rlrt 4f B4— •j] i ~ i "~ -, J J — 1 11 m i \'fll.U WhfTl .. V. In bed ftch, i3> II Proviii'.aii •rir. mi i* %  ouid I IS It's b 11. Fanr.M but irareg. one. iSi *. Spring noww. 19 6 A IM wouiO irinilt IV (4) s. They .> %  poaU ar* |hli *nn promf rwopie wonder wfeT |4 I an .v> many to WflU ln trayed. Young Dinah Sheridan, rb i noui. m BQl to Seou divine %  "** o( t!ntt and rlvvrs. * conveyed The him opens with a most enthroughout the him would appear %  oyable performance bv the l-i'> 1* '"" 'wiethur the Gordon Philhnrmonic Symphony oi which ls l!r vthW ,or eonveytheO\< i Merry Wire* ia| l1 "'-'' :,u "' J *** %  w not ,.f Windsor" and for once, the do not know. The value of the ..udiencc is able to hear a com'' %  "> h** m l feet that the lete number. The fining up ot hown the ucUca uaed eheetre and the elose-up by the Communbrta to %  praad their doctrines Bad the almost 1 impossibility ol any member to i ve leave the part) should ho III r .Miuuiuir amp ot dfscon tcnt m Kathfiine Haohvn appearing "S^ ol OW %  ulth in *As You lake on uroadway. the ultimate aim ol tt m rearing Valcntme's short £ vu.u-.ue the %  uppreoatoo.of navy blue taffeta evening : nought and the ****** wit? cull sleeves and .are ^u^^ti utckat, trimmed with w hlt. <]C J y ^ i|iim n m lm Blfa ,.> H,|l,c which the Commuiuets are slrivMrs. Margaret Sweeny has lIUJ t 0 achieve their ultimate i Mattle Carnegie's white domination of the world. alng tgWn with decorated shoulder straps. :RYPTOQUOTE~Hrre 1 hOVf to work it: A X Y I) I. B A A X R K L *) N (I I | I, I, O W One i-ttcr simply stands for another In this example A Is used for thv three LX X for the two O'a. etc Single letters, aposituphie*. the length and formation of the words are all hints. ICach day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation FDCKC HFQEWXQH UCF TC B W I. NAB DXUE DWOD YXA3CKHC PWFD FDr? TWODFZ P.CNE-FDXTHXA. I r.|>t..',uo|r: [.ET THY HBART GHaVft THEE D) HiK DAYS OF THY YOUTH—aKCLBSIASTM As in the lUm reviewed above, %  tars in "The Red Menace' but all the parts aie well played ami th> chosen to represent the various | eharacters were eaieiuHy select: mon was parUcularly well |g of Yvonne, mini Of the war, dramatically por-1 NORNINGCOUGHS l>nl Ifi mornlag %  >"**' "*s' *** %  in*, attacka uf BrvnohJUa or A*U.i— ruin tltcp and twifT aooihwr a*r -H1M.UI try Ins MMNL>ACO. ThUi KI. ini-rwU readlclM oriu Utfli Blvod. thua >KUH UM tww*. ILt>aa>lid lill.. HULTl-i iMlsUtC W iLsntMHauu to tuH-j thlak. aUoky BUMOS, thua aiUvUOIOf eouklnc tvn.1 pioawoilna frwar Litui>l NOW IN FULL SWING V.I,..., „|tc„g „.„ „ U,,, SA ,, „, „„.,;,„, an(| BrTTfK # loan ntff hrforr. •lilt REASONWo have bem r .rlunaU Io bring Ihnr iloms "He 'o purch.se NOW „, ,h,„. sonsalionnl low pr.ee. en SShSS!."" ' ""* """ W0M !" i '"" i liAROAINS THAT SPFA POR THEMSELVES :1 I UN II TINS AttncUv. Lunch run with Ti %  „.„ $1 LBUWADB SKIS 7 piece lemonade Sel nl„ SI MM nun y l olourful Egg Tr.ys % *,„ 3 | or JJ III ST PAN1SH rumi< Green d Du. I Pan and W Oolll ... 80* lor $1 v 1 1 1 PA ; RJ u cdlo$l BASr CHAS-m:: or $I Onl. SI PtU !! • ••.r||s *' 4 for SI mm CAP warm 1 "*>' %  •' %  • 6io, $1 9 Io. $1 MITIIIS LINK .1 PINS 24 feet Strong Line 2 do.. Plastic Clou., ,..., All lor SI 1 I MltLKKS Half pint Tumblers ..... W ) *fc J IUMM 10 (or \ j asm u) *T lilt XN IKK SET Decanter with 6 Glasses Only S1 LAMPS Complete with Howeicd ,ii nicy, burner and w.ck. At th lowest ., • la tMm O.ily $1.98 G. W. HUTCH1JNS0N & CO., LID.



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PAGI FOl-R SUNDAY ADVOCATE -1M>\V MARCH 5, m Racing Details RACING RESULTS ii T M of the Wat Indian crickei public are now focussed on the West Indies Cricket Board of Control. Cricket fans an %  Mug thWr decision with regard to the requeit by the British Guiana Cricket Board of Con rl that John Trim. Wo;i Indies nnd British Outage oi.ee bowler, be Included as seventeenth man in team to tour England this summer. m* the Man et l e ctt o n of Trim at the conclus.on of the Bnll | itarbados Tests, the British Guiana Cricket Board of Control, having met for four hours, despatched an urgent ted %  giam to the West Indies Board, strongly suggesting the Inclusion of iw>r John Trim and offering to stand the extra financial %  , i BM H MCI Maty. T ;.re two sides to this question and I intend to pose bot.i of these as I sec them to readers of this column. In the flrsL place I must deplore any belly-aching by British Guiana over th" fact that their candidates in the persons of Gaskln, Trim and Pairauiod to gain selection. W i s appointed and they did an extremely |M Job, the only fault that I could find with it, and who am I?, was the fact that on performance I thought that either Trim. Gaikin or Kentish could have been preferred to Lance Pierre. Howevei the die was cast and the team was selected. Abuse or blame bv persons who never had the opportuniiy to see a single ball bowled in either the Trinidad-Jamaica Tests or the Barbados-British Guiann A Inch constituted Trial games, is not likely to have any effect whatsoever on the West Indies cricket Board of Control and rightly so VVOUal) Mlil .NV.IIir > \\.l. ll,.i.U m ., ... irum the rJnusn UttaUM ( OUtlol for a player, who by common consent wou. LadsM HUB IDd WHO it Is >fc ionseriaus ui I btssfl mcluaiTl in the West IDHBM BNWl M LBdtH Uoara ot COR> uf pleading their inability to accede t-> r. ui llBBnoB. the British Guiana CricKei llrtgaatw to defray the extr., I Mail. ket iM.ar.1 of Control, if IBMQ refusal ; giving a very ,.i cneswt puouc as to why ,... W'i'i. vl. OS KIKM OKOI.MU ,. %  Hw niiii.-.i ..... %  K •-' UsdlM Lfio.; on tin grounds mat it wou.Q be UMUUCCd ii inbei colony to appij la | )r. %  dent created In tttl L. G. Hyiton had Indies team to England i ivbMquently selected as seventeen in man, I UIIIIK i I are appealing on linn grounds. lieu have made .. CoUowl that TniiiuaU could quite %  ad Ferguson, %  : T grgunaftOt but I have heard it used very • week. There have been many '.Vest Indies teams before l3a bui M treated as such. One did iiyllon and had rntCerewendTn ,:. | % %  :,, % %  bad eeUbustked strong H gaeloa\i I ad CM on behalf of iJregor. both of whom, by common consent INN ."ion. MB as a seventeenth man vvoulu DtroJ or on the AM right to mutiny. %  uld give km and would a our chances for success. LOCAJ \MIIIII BOXING PKO<;KKSNKS i < ... the greatest ; nateur boxing on reU they bete i torn led In then LoaUy to have ii loaded Amateur I Association last month. are outclass**! for the most part. The tournament revewled lluil Burundi' youngi t i %  n King. Gilbert Goodman and Oeorge Beet but thenis one glaring fault that stai* judges of the game r whenever the local boys enter tinring, and itiat is—lack of expert coaching. Nearly jjvery Barbadian conta BM ftjiglitu model l-jxing—straight up. Jab and move away. %  ia? head exposed and a for a left jab and > left hook. %  P BABBADOi H ITeet Indian Amateur Boxing -hen these youngster* who already possess the guts, youth .'.II I OUT local I tram i Li RtasMRv Ufcj Joe I' 111 will mean much toward. Bg the rough edges off a chap's boxing and trying ponente. HUM DAY FIKST RACE Ib ahd 101b. respective!. Maiden S4ake* weish V "".''S. !? 1 .? nf .v la A Held of live laced the Starter. "TT" '""^ behind the others After %  fabe .tart, the live lot orf T "" c !" "P"",' os, n *,"">, to a good one, Identify (P """"" Pl'in from the .tart Fletcher) leading. Tlie brown "" d regular exchange of places lii.v continued to lead, with Musk '* PJ"*• I Yvonet) poaing a ilrona challenge * * "* ld V"o U" cloc lust after they passed the Drill Tango urged by Thirteen, took the Hall. Musk did not challenge in le d A P r Flowers (P. Fletcher vain, for as they raced unto the U P> who was moving up homestretch Musk pulled into the while, challenged stubbornly lead to win by a half length from down the Home Stretch and overStarry Night who had also passed took the leader to win easily a Identify In the homestretch, length ahead. Tango was in.lllRWV .HI'.MI! M VltCH 4. UJO WEATHER: Hal TRACK: Firm. 1.1 Hare: IMsBaWS BTAKBS—flaaa C and C1-M ISJ. $IS5>— rloags 1 MUSK 130 lbs. Mr. D. V. Scott. Jockey Yvonet. \RRY NIGHT 128 lbs Mr. I. O. C. Perkins. Jockey Payne. 3 IDENTIFY I.M'j. PARI-MUTUEL: Win '..12. Place: S1.30. ALSO RAN Southern Cross (11" lbs.. Holder)Ability (112 lbs. P Fletcher l. START Good. FINISH: Close V, length, neck WINNER. 5->T-nld gr.m. Suzerain—Persian Lily. TRAINER Mr R H. D Identify was third by a neck. SECOND K \( I Chelsea Makes Sun Eire, Mlnuetle and i u* were aexatcnad. ine •i.g six cmranu fared the] and were soon oh to a gi mta 'tiountbalten tarry AT.M'lght. llowmanston (Cross ey up) toox lhe lead '•ot*aajp halt a length away from Miss Friendship. SKVKNTH RACE Castle Grant HandicMp A Held of six lined up to test f starter's patience. They we e despatched to a good start. Dulcibella (Holder) going straw.' BBd. She w;t hen the field passed tfat ; "vo, d P-iT" /" OWCd JS 'h' nr .ine7fSto-ed b, Pn. ST 0 ^ "S^SS n T"££ s "'" ; •'<""" %  nd ^ u -" nik ', ,1 >JMG. (Crossleyl. The field s.'rung out. 1 .,, Dulcibella increased the lead •„!_'". bb *fras they na.sed the three-furlong :d Race: CHELSEA STAKES—Class F and Lewer—S7M (ItlS • III*)—SI Fartaui I BOWMANSTON 109 lbs Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey Crossley ] POSTSCRIPT .... 135 lbs Mr. D. V. Scott. Jockey Payne. \ND 133 lbs. Mr C. Barnard. Jockey Holder. aHJTOEL: Win: $138. Place: $1.10, $1.25 FORECAST: $.".00. •U.SO RAN: G.votte (127 lbs.. Thirkell); Mountbatten (105 + 3 lbs., P Fletcher); Foxglove (125 lbs, Ijittlmer). START: Fairly flood FINISH: Comfortable. 2 lengths, 1 ii lengths WINNER: 3-yV -old br f Resticouche—Pawky. TRAINER: Hon. J. D. Chandler. ner lead steadily .ippniflching the c lengths from the net seriously chaUenged until :!ie norses were racing down tifr p aa. ht^er-rthe'^nnS =, Sws^ ^TS^tSS^l'SSt h d ^' BatUlTon. "flulcS lhe Judge a length and a hall in |H w n tmrd an „,„„, d s front of Joint Command for second {^ ^. a irom B,^^. they parsed the three-furlong The lead decreased as the rest of the field started to get into homestretch steo. In 'h1 the usual last place. Bowmanston did the running^n minute 84 seconds to lower fhr record put up by the Gambler tw years ago, by one-tenth of a second. Hliki) RACE Barbados (.uine.iv 1950 EIGHTH RACK (i.irr.son Stakes Three ho *es were scratched .ind the remaining seven were oft to a good start with Corfu carrying 6 lbs ove-weight. Thor a regular bunching of the field but Mountbatten was scratched, approaching the stretch for home leaving six contestants. They were a tussle ensued between Slainte, qu.ckly despatched to a good start. September Song and Corfu for Apotlo assuming first position, the lead. Corfu dropped ba ear-old when the Gambler won was the very medli whereas yesterday Bowmanston and Mountbatten we three-year-olds among lhe field t six in addition and Joint Command are very seasoned campalgnq a mush better than anything The Gambler had in the I I therefore think that Bowmanston Is a very classy i she gives me further confidence In my view thai m% %  Barbados two-year-olds of last year. I am only aoi her in the Guineas. With Perseverance out of comra have beaten them by pace alone. She would not baa That brings us on to the Guineas. For me, ana | the owners of Brown Girl, it was very disappointing, no race at all. Watercress won very easily in the poortgajj After lying second from the flve furlong pole she had tbj to order for her when Brown Girl ran wide and alassaffl en the inside without much exertion. Exactly why as* she can say, and of course she is a dumb aniiDsL! with Fred Pmjn rdi he informed me that iht higns of the same thing on a lew occasions at cnrtJj quandary he found himself in when sne i '.arted it in I from his own lips for one to really appreciate ('ifflculty he was presented with. It is too long to ki L-ut I have his word for it that the horse did not fed ; nd the idea that she swerved under pressure is at a ..s.1 have ever heard in my life. It did not look ;:nd Payne emphatically confirms my view When point where Brown Girl's courage is questioned I believe that she deliberately chucked the running, he too hasty about such things and so I propose to a ment for future observation. Suffice it to say that Brest] badly and robbed us of a good race for the Guineas. til : FIFTH RACK e Spring Slakes ] Nighl and Southern Croat having been scratch, i. eight horses lined up at the storting gate. Seven of them got tT. While Ability wa.s left. Sun Queen (Crossley) weut Into the lead, but 11 id not slay there The Held bunched by the four-furlong pole,. HMD stretched out ..gain. There ( J < xchanges of positions. andC UMO In the HoBMBtn ten there i>e-f/ gan a ding dong tussle between) Silver Huiict (O'NciD Bi aiad Rivet Spritcjfl (Yvonet) The Ontah Wat deem iftm eorne minuu Judges' decision was, Silvci i Peeunll first, and Hiuib. Sprite next. -' ?; SIXTH MCI I llalf-Hred Creole Stakes Chmdit was scratched end Bine entrants started with H ^ihmin's Choice carrying I ;.. e \Kj;r 4 >/ iei: I e j it 4> UJtfSX f AKH • A I A deal irom actual play Souta wrongly oueuad Iwt, Cluba and UW tuial cooiracl was Flva Spadea Ibe Soulo Hand Uova ooi qualify lor %  Two CluD call oc even ao Intermediate Two Spades, in %  Bile ot its flva auict trlcka li BOOUIU be opeued wiui Una Spade Atauoi Flva Spaaea Wtat %  Ulrica Oil %  vim Uif**i round* ol Diamond*. Soutn overrumuc |aat] &f at uict a with 4> i. He now olayed W K and V A. followed ov • nntrd Lo duoiiii* wi'.h : Wbeo Wen ditcartko a. Sooin taw tne ran Unbi. Da dre* truinpa, overtHkinii aununy e> it wttn K. Tbera wui oo oeea to rud his Ust Heart, for oo UM n of the la it Spade Bast 1 not keep the matter Heart and a guard in Cluba th Rate: CASTLE (.RANT STAKES—Claaa D and Lower— MM ($245. $125)—7 \ Furlong* 1 LADY BELLE 112 lbs. Mr. A. P. Cox. Jockey Thirkell. 2 BATTALION ... 115 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey I 3. DULCIBELLA ... 112 lbs. Mr. R > key Holder TIMK L8S PAR1 Win: $12.12. Place: $4.04. $2.38. FORECAST: $24.84. ALSO KAN Sweeper (130 lbs,, P. Fletcher); Postscript (115 lbs., Yvoneii. FeeeUoua (Ul I START Good. fclMSH: Close. Ii length, % length. WINNER: 5-yr.-old b.m. O.T.C.—Lady II TRAINER Mi A P. Cox. Loaaoa iittw j Fin RaM-e: t. \KKIS(N S I ARES—Claaa B and Lower—$950 (ffJU, $14*)—51 Furlouga 1, SLAINTE 130 lbs. Mi 1 Jockey Payne 2 SEPTEMBER SONG Mr. A. Chin. Jockey O'Neil. 133 lot, 3 CORFU 102 + 6 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler Jockey Crossley TIME 107) PAJtl-MUTUXL Win $9.22. Place: $16. $1.30. FORECAST: $41.64. R> L ALSO RAN Infusion (132 lbs.. Holder); War Lord (135 lbs, LatLady Pink (132 lbs. A. Gonzalez). Identify (117 lbs. 1' Flat START: Good. FINISH: Close; head, 1 length WINNER J-year-old bg. Nosegay—Rubia Linda. TRAINKK Mr 1 O C 1'erkins. With regard to Colieton he hi BJ much a question ever been in my book. He does give the impression bettor later on, but tl i ( his dam's prograylel similar signs and turned out to be of no that one wondei t happen to unr inclined to rule mm out for the classics in favour %  Lut game Apollo, who surprised me very much by ol siort to finish, If he makes normal progress his china. dos Derby cannot be overlooked, no m.i-.ter what the form at the remainder of the meeting should be worth takj The winner, Watercress. I have left tor final dsctMat in poor time from a mediocre field but she had *aattatJ and therein lies the difficulty Of attesting her :rue BB e9 reudn which Beacon Bright had fm ;.tcd to either make or break those who have had a etg"| ihcrefore comii'.itulate Mi. TDIHIHV i-^'wards on *\M^H the bull by the hoiWalker for recoootsBxajl but it is fortunate for both that in this case the buBveaeta who could take it. Blue Streak was not the h %  :i Trinioaijel your back numbers of this paper and you will see the fii*ij .jutoub) % %  :!.. to Storm's Gift iflil ( up. Among others you will sec Gun Site hard prentdeT" to get up to the .' naicr. K r'h. imoie tlu-re was liertyBj ind the distance was 9J furlongs. 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MT MARCH yma jeiio Rico Ls Wen's [Events E here, wilh a El ol I'll* points. r 76, Mexico -0. fitV Panama 53. CoftiU 0 '• a Salvador the Women's track with an unofficial ^^. Mexico followvZ then came GuateyTi:. Panama 13. fcl rj( and Columbia 1 ^african Games __ „liblUhed during V"nmui| and ath1 Hagda Bruenzmann. prolte Ihe record ,-j 400 metres swlmr^j, ,n mins. 44.8 Jamaica won the J metres track relay a time of . sew. [aabtck. "t Mexici tn's 200 metres breast I mins. 54 sees., and -—j of Mexico, capKBS 1.500 metres tree 1JO mins. 13 sees. In Tuade Terram. of MexiKpratatlllon with 2944 Puns Velasquez, of Guatctr£j 21 kilometre maraRfcour H mins. 24.2 sees. Ii_ ,he 16 metres relay FIT? see.. At golf, K of Guatemala, won "Vale 'ith n aggregate %  — kruter. srvnw \ivor\iT PACE FIVE MARCH 5 — NO. 109 The Topic Last Week %  u mighr ii* .<•.. (hint vou'rr itoing—Montr Cm PirtHf. Mr. Pnlicemm. molsc n Italh 1' ind ran M13 specdinc fine ( people %  i %  can br Who treel in* n with cepe*. Tiat better you me *ee rPeall says: £ SHORT-RANGE ARE VITAL I MO aopee (o male ". r-i-t be *D: I object hall KaWt note u Rpsuits0f2'. n en : s T s The JVI.i To Lead M.C.C. W orrpll Comes To The Rescue Tt c left side ft iff Ttiird %  FIRST MUST I! 11. k. <>MA DAY All Hv I oh n Mar ail Jim %  ii-h-t 1TM HER HARPBNS to be a more remarkable 1 1 human I sporti n. be kind enough to remind ui of h k nrhand I more ihah half aballoo with the aan n his nrtt 1>si mdtc 1 master. He pla\s f. on through th. rickel and pint; 1 _l IQ-Ofl, 0* COUid .!•" INKL u: p.avlns aifiy on %  lauing uiw*ir. %  M Mil' proapeet fl!0 noi I H he played Din* _, diOTf vt three feet ipl nutted wntte he 1 QMt and. Droni', maker of the new I ranker creeK ecord Puiir.an ItaVUri .1 %  rt H... In a mri %  Mtaao*. I Uielr onl)' pi.; i.n hops Hate fashing Lp LX)NDON. •aacp' .n England have |p iahvs at homo lnf ire so poor. mi made 1>>[Brook. Bishop a ^nd Ipswich, to the i,'.'" %  Ny recently wht ) priests' dlfficul7 "!, S. 1 r.. 11111 their homt^ on Fifih M4I I WO*. OTW, 1*3, 314 ... .:.4.i, .'.,. 9133. i.vrn KAI'R Tleh-I MM DIM OU> ftlie s. eond n Fourth I'HIII. sixlh sevenUi i:ihu. Nuilh 00 <. I0M. I.i 1*300. \M*>INI m %  : %  Ml HI 70 t.1 fi 00 %  •I Prl.e hates sr> no • washing up, 1|D %  a or making beds MOO! aiae." D, ft %  %  H to spend much !!*'•• I things, beca s-onf, %  or. loins then.. She [l*>lhem -,. | K(I 1 inthrr do them He %  ', £a Con£h. referring to lUMon'f FaM Side and tagsiftreni „ %  K . :li, ,,-. Idle, arc le becoming unbeat•514 |Ntef week I % %  ,,, LW about ut the Puerto Rican Wins Weight-Lifting Contest GUATBMALA. Bfl [aaw from the burden wo ,he weightlifting iighi fccwdrafts, and In^ onlesl ln h %  ktake a proper vacaGame* with n total lift of ,00 ivicket s. i)l Ms OOMTTON Australia Scores 549 For 7 S. AFRICA 104-7 PORT BXIZABBTH, South Africa i Ihree wickets standing to the follow on. when play closeu ui dav of the (Ifth and final Tet against Au-Bd Their lii si innings at M for 7 wickets—in.highest total by an Auatrmllan South Africa. 1 al play. South Africa le 104 rot 1 wkketa, The Australian captain hit his | tliry, ;mr| tm • il the tow when be 161 in i hours 14 minutes. His innings included one six and s His previous beat -2 in the first Test. Most thrustful of the South African on an unresponsive pitch Michael Mella, who took 2 I and, if he cared, could P y for tr. bible country u 8 oif. bUUai knur and spell, not to iTMrUon |awn tennis. aa a vital goal and makeanother in his Cup baptf ..Md. one way and anoUti i he iittempts comes <>h\ Now, it is almost certain, he will b of captaincy ot sex with Hill Bdi Robins is not available %  If ha becomes a tOddll ..in. lh nis Will juin ;!. %  i of than—and our gun ltd there. en England the AuatraUa September, he .nil be .-ptaincy of his country The honour would not reel u> heavy on the 32-year-oia and it dear old Lord ("<.od forbui that a professional should eve. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. M All,;,,. Eommel Goebbels went out of his way to nnnnfi/>ffi turn on rHe charm *-atch he un. the 'PERFECT ^T'^i, **—. !" mKling M purely formal. He aal'iud; he • %  Introduced; no FIGIMTIISG MACHINE 9 I N the early summer of 1M1, when Britain's hold on ha* Mediterranean lifeline was very precarious, one name was on thr lips of every soldier in the Western Desert—Rommel. Rommel became for a time thr most discussed figure in the desert war on both sides And by hii popularity he secured for the Germans in the desert some moral ascendancy. •.4 kind of Magician' It was timely, therefore, when General Auchinleck. Commanderin-Chief. Middle Fast Forces. Issued, this order to his commanders in the field: — 'There is a real danQer of our friend Rommel becoming o Kind of magician or bogeyman to e*r troop*. who ore ralMno for loo much about MM, "He i4 not a superman. eren if he were, it uould be highly undefirablV that our troops should credit him u-Mh supernatural potneri. . "When UW mean the cneiy in Mif refer to 'the GrrOf the ATXI l'ou-ert. and %  tnj keep fiarnino on Rommel. From a psychological point of pieir. this is a matter of the hiohcit importance." Our Intelligence Staff at that time knew very little about It was suggested that he was a Keen Nazi and mat his selection for command was due to party l.iwuiriiism. which was incorrect. Even the Germans did i the truth about hi-n An I boot him appeared in Go. I paper. Dos ft -aid he lef.* the army after the Dl i,. -ludy at Tubingen l'i.. that he was one of tin troop leaders and bet-arm.i • U." friend of Hitler. When Rommi-I taw th. he rerrted violent!) Wl thev mean, he wrote to the Propaganda Mir. rated tori* I How II il-U-r I host* Hi in To i ommaiifl His iVrsoii.il llodyguarfl He could make or mend anything. When he bought'a motorbicycle he started by taking II •rarely to pieces and putting It together again, without, as hi with ulutfaction, .. nut ot %  In October 1929 he WM as an Instructor to the Infantrv %  1 Draadan, His lectures there resulted In the publication uf a book. "Infantry Attacks," which became a textbook in the Swiss Army, whose officer^ presented Rommel with a gold watch, luitahly inscribed. Ill SIIMMIll Yuillllt .\0 I'olil., N KOMMM, a lieutenant au sty 1914-1918 war, wearing; fcrt 11oa Croat, Cues*. • Irttil Hitler berame Chancellor In January 1933 Rommel had taken little interest in polities. The only comment which Fnu I'.-mmel remembers him mtikin; %  HI i % %  i *c. I th-it it wns I reader nearer home, with firPj** that Wdo* had surrounded ni effects upon his fortunes '""J""'*'"* such P*>P"? For. tike 90 percent, of O By 11*33 Rommel was n mijor. who had no direct contact with in command of a mour.t.nn Hitler or his movement, he. battalion, in which all ranks wor %  • garded him personally as an Idealeacor." kn 1st. a patYiot with some sound author i at,a lion was at C,< ho might pull German v I OH the day after he took over tOgjHher, MttalJom In 1935. Rommel, now a lieutenant-colonel, was posted to the War Academy at Potsdam. While mere he was given a special assignment. He was to be afached to the HiUer \outh with the object of improving their discipline. But he quickly ran up against their leader. Baldur von Schirech. one of the top Nails later sentenced to 20 years imprisonment at Nuremberg. Rommel objected that von Schirach "was laying too much an sport and military training and not paying enough attention to education and development of character. • VaaaaaWM' He said he disliked small boys of 13 being made into 'litile Napoleons So Sc.urach set about netting rid of him. Since Schirach was one of Hideo intimates it was not too mflicull \o represent that Rommel was not quite a good enough Nar to be entrusted with the training oj UM Hitler Youth. In the end Rommel returned Potsdam and was rather polntedl' not given the golden badge of .'ne littler Jucend VoftW Rut it also, as I shall i aught tre at ten .'.on of The Reader • In October 19 3 8 an oftirer was wanted to .. nun..un the baitai.on responsible for Hulrr's personal -j(.-n during the march into the Sudetenland. Hitler had read and admired Rommel's book on Infantry tactics He made the appointment to his himself and chose the -Toil I'll' a> What are the fact* about I ruin Johaime* Hue* Rommel ? inday, No%  Ul Wurttem the ;• %  i five. "Tough' is Rommel, hut as %  %  BJ title and %  >N A FLYING vUi toOersaan* '. MIL Miii Yuunit •iwim Prav toaamel the llrel huialaMiil a4 he Sunday fcpee n-eic* and the proof* ol the book. On I'......!. f) Kummel'i own first encounter with National Socialism In operation eer1 ' %  ' talnly doe* not suir>rt that he had any great sympathy with Nail*. ii H. was commanding hut thev ahoul I go out totyln.-r. battalion In 1935 when Goslar waa No doubt they wished t<> ,*• scene of a ceremony, %  .i.ether their mldd'.ef grasping .en i I i i • and distilling a solution fr. them. The next thing that strut Rommel was Hitler's remarkal 1 memory ile knew prac.lcallv v heart any book which he had ever read and whole pages and ehav ters were photographed e*:ac' upon his mind. Open far • Hitler's last quality, which greatly impressed Kummel. wma, surprisingly enough, hi, physical rauraa;c. When the Germans were aboi ntcr Prague on March 13. 193 ... When ,„, ,.,:,,„.. a.jjjjj, RVnVmc,'w^ ta commind'or" >' % %  ;: : xMrszsLErt -s&rsa Inl Hae. ibout thcS.S 'h..t in front of his troops „ %  „! m „ nf a ^ III I I IK cnt.it I i ol ihe . %  Tblu. II was %  with JU> milliary trad ill* ihe ^i my He had first to serve in the I year was a i..> woman in hi> Ufa, lh I it who bee inI Lucte Uaria '•' Rommel was good witli men and, %  the enemy %  %  %  %  It.Ml ii,! < Ii, settle down for I i It o in in e 1 remarked: "I think, gentlemen, that \>e should ha starting down." .orl bwtiali. %  i rear and from the %  iitt shake The aeaeanl WM madi all but :!. %  At Lhi boMoai n waa I r. a tfaa CO. t %  single Ui tin woods man,' said Rommel, between %  do if yo !of HluSrt^SS r<, K,n b Romn*r. answer-wa in char KMT. "1 .hould jet into an ope ear h cai<1 "nri * .. and drive throug without an lhTook It Wltli the Czechs in the moo, M in, this was advic Rommel, • ut' Full was reg.ii •porting effort. ra was vtrj Hi ilaam wrain ha | TO thb ha replied that in th;it car*'" he said out. %  Hlmmler ami Qoaboak at the local hotel. They were both exIN civil to him and invited which few men. p, nun to stay for luncheon --ponsible fur HilUi J safety I When he explained that he ionwould have*offered. ., sidered the proposed arraoja. H was also advice which fev I an insult .o himself and his men in Hitler's position l.on. they agreed that he was have taken. But he took unite right. It was just the mis the old news-reels show them act aha of an over-careful subordining upon Rommel's suggestion. Victory • The Inn • In World mm I was reached witli ihe < apturr af Moiile sflacsjai ...ulli M. -I ol < aauiclt.i Ha waon th'-' red up to By the lime I foot of the slop.for the third U i < ..mer mora than enough — except Romm I %  thai the il<. .id and itiat Ust} ml| other half-h then' 1 if course, the orders would %  ilad at once. Rommel returned home to report to hi. wife that he did not much like the look of Hlmmler, but vtxat Dl GOSMMII WM .i vn > aajpM" hn esting man. Th a t impressiun ren. Wliencv, i they met in later year*, and M guns. rwarda, hi at night with i villagi ot l-.)iigjnnu with the a ring upon it from darkness %  the Itallani that thev liir Trirk By SnNiri RtHHN About two-thirds of th. I Piavo nlal h llu (1 BrttMB m %  o* pi) of barons. %  DM to mauit.. the dispossessed paan are n. n to live In hall The new issue Peerage, to be published in .. tha;. of 5(Ki | n %  Intam UM % % %  aata. Some hold to tneir ancient addraases by living in a few n baronial hall awaldng the ACT at maai f i was ullimed Oataauy farca for the % %  aaataaaai f inlrnul order The %  .vilh a harn uf tha I (taring stout resistance to taxation The Duke of Buccleuch and Argyll ami IfM hold vast The K\Miner m IX-brcit in. arms of Lord Ada rig a shield oraad wi* cog wheels, supno doubj th the figuras of a miner lh the and farm labourer. I score of German babies Ihe Royal Family on foot a> enlarn aii si They are the progenv of the B— U B M %  U kinson, editor, s> tiles .akes u; y^^^^^^^^^^^^m^ Leadership in Lubrication %  ^ ^ f Trans-atlantic BrtwMB Scfltrater 1941 and February 1946 BrHtak Orrrwii Alra\, C orporalion made 2,000 crndaga of the Nora Allanlic, aiosl difficult trans-ocean air-route in Ike world. This regular two-way service kaa keen maintained In aO weatkera and kas carried aoaae 21,000 p a a a e aferi aafely to their destination. The resource and pioneering spirit of the men who made this trans-atlantic ferry arnica %  reality an matched by the skill and ingenuity of the rhlnuati and lukricatlon enfineera who produced AeroSkell wkkk B.O.A.C. trana-atlantlc aircraft aae eidualitly for aircraft engiM lakricatlM on thai mat*. —Wart* cooyrieh. '. i \ i WEEK Rommel In the desert: H quarrels wlih Hitler's H.t, lenerals: What he thouxhl u Brilbh senersU: lluu he ualke unknawn thrvush a British del. husasul III Strike My Sort From Debrett, Wrote Peer think they were good N.. man blue-bloo.t> never approved Of Hitler" Tour of the ohildrer. are descendan.s of the Duka \ SALE AT ALL GOOD DRUG ST0& CONTAINS 10-., VITAMIN Bi PEA kW IN 4H |Atll> Mli-uu,! lOSM 1HIOMOI MO.ID.V SAlANCia kO>i*.i of xuiii* WMICH urtt llkhl. •IMIIll'ik IKJtiB.HOK iCAM* Ol >l.lll 14.SHUD1. 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TT T BAKU S. 19M fmiH ManTbr Ktimmttmfm Vl>i Sl'VDAY AnVOTATF. j 0 ^ Can We Account For Ls Crushing Superiority? %  y i hupniHii |i„, h. % %  • -of the masculine 1 *L be assassed "V achievements n art. mu^ry other Held ot •S^-ablc record "Lf feminine mind U ; women reduces „ the Bronte Six h %  "*?; 'ooor excuse One -rtal eharat %  -olus is h s datai men is negligible •jwrcomitiB social The reason — navies Mono i,||„ rn „, pr vm lh 'emale. from bringing their full reasoning power to bear on the ; roolems. T hese emotional influences .Hew NrMbrr Lucombr and Arthur! PACT srv %  '""'>•" apply %  ovcrcominB social l ne reason — as I found for The aoDroach Eewades i" achieve ,„.s,-lf at a co-ed college— Is that restricts the women learn like parrots. They scribble down everything ihi. inity 1 believe that this mav tn women because: Boy and girl babies are bora with much the same tvpe of nervous system. Psvcho o B ir .' lest, p rovo hal voun|[ fUt Ir _, %  ittle less logical and not much more emotional in their approach t" life than boys. But in their teens girls suffer -asrere intellectual set-back Of 1 .actlvltv brains. Gardening Hints For Amateurs The Care of Annuals: Hollyhock. Andrew Carnegie professors say, write it out F, 'wrefoot bobbin-boy fair copy then learn it by heart %  T gull. L 01 "* Pasteur They leave college loaded "%  of I %  Madame knowledge but ishn." hampered by little of it fj^„ One Great I Composer K.DO " mc h0V1 L ben denied musical latrsttoi Vet there JSJ jTca" women comC sw;*P Mrs um "" Tjaaale poits with understanding argue^ve^"" ~~ ^-ST** THE longevity of your annual* OIT Mtthooit rtepends a great deal on the way of their n **' ch >'Ou take care of them. Most annuals respond to judicious IVrsonal Vanity Comes Into I. „££ ft %2S&1 H^ OYS get more and more *L_*** d **** flower heads if you interested In discoverinn """ your P 1 """ ' continue bearing for weeks This is especially necessary with the For example, the intruder in the nrst group la "today It does not have a double letter in It I Today, tomorrow, tassel. trees, tooth. I. Edam. Gorganiola. Cheddar. Gargoyle. Gruyere 3. Gvpey. Settler. Pilgrim. Vagabond. Hobo. 4. General, Admiral. Sergeant. Captain. Colonel. 0. Augur, palmist astrologer, auditor, clalr-voysnt . Peter. John, Frances. Dudley. Thomas 7. Waablngton. Philadelphia, Columbus. Richmond, Boston 8. Pearl. Diamond. Emerald, Ruby. Opal to I t*UdW • |M '•***. .-a,,^ *>ni-ManJ| W lOW JOltptlv things happen But girli per#V-#g #*f#.v Patricia Applewhaite. Barrack Road. Bank Hall. St Michael. Gii-K in Barbadoil Ernesta Jessamy. Westbury Road, St. Michael. (Girls in Trinidad). Norm* Bourne. First Step, St George. (Girls in Trinidad KG i Vlbert A Miller. 2 .lent St.. Georgetown B.G.. and Krnesi Miller. 200 Almond St.. Georgetown. B.C.. Hobby Stamp Collecting. Alfred S. Game. lot) Bel Air Street, Albouystown. li.G.. and nek O. Low. Co Louis A. Low. Lot 1. Croal Street. B.G.. Hobbies are Stamp collecting ana Photography (Girls Preferably). Gary Hamld, c 0 Pointe-*-l-:< n,\ P Q Marabella, Trinidad. Hobbles are outdoor game*, movies, ttarr.p collecting and reading -,— with per0*27^% necessary ,onal vanity. They waste most i !" VIAS -. and meara <*•"> at 1 T^SV* of their mental energy in the ' n on. After a time salvias issue is rapidly obacurM in hZr ot their m " energy in the "wnwr a time salvias are mind by un emotional' .Ik/ study ' *metics and clothes. Jnclined to become poor and stalky Kupert and the Caravan—37 *Z$$ Ut H* M^ H Adds a rich beefiness to all your cooking. and When taxed with this, women Wnen this stage is reached hard And I opir FnHv I, I.,...„.„J complain they are forced into it ytir heart and cut them ritht -.nn i-ofi.c tndain \ Slammed by man's peculiar tastes. But back to within 2 or 3 inches of W „_. v foor scientific inquiry has demolished lh e bed. Manure and water genMi-aN cornered by masculine this charge. eroualv and they will ioon be beorlogic she dabases the arguIn a quit of 150 girls. G4 per ig profusely ment by bringing it down to a cw . "nd that before adolescence bad this I will not jnrsonal 'evei. The conflict ends 'hey wished they had been born %  past against her in shrill abuse hurled through boys, but having reached the eat of her intellpca slamming door. paim-and-powder stage only 18 ill measure her 3 Women squander their share P"" c *nt. still regretted being now with "' the greatest progreaiiv females. thought — curiosity — in gossip Apart from their never-end'ng _'the mechanism Hiey are curious enough only to need for articles of adornment [it (onpar^ ipnes ihe power nf lind out how Mrs. Smith %  gghs 5ozs. less in afford nacMne, i woman Hut site discover how it wor.ts Ktsnt as structure 4^ The>make nothing nf th ran most women are contented „ot their lot. And It's Like That Everywhere again. When watering annuals avoid soaking the Mowers. Gardeners love to hold the watering pot shoulder high, doucing the blooms and letting the poor roots get what little they can. This tends to rot the Mowers, making them wither Ith ** r more quickly than they otherwise would, and. at the same time depriving the roots of the full amount of water they should have. light watering of the entir* ha and mans. |Usrn— JUM Like farroi* %  a, therefore assume have tiv g—•> Uw brain cells and I fto we account i< i Igwhir.c intellectual [ of this superiority l four points: — have been T HIS characteristic of being plant will not hurt it, but tin 01 a-jantlsts have found quota of that other great creadtffei*n.> :vp urse. the competitive spirit They feel it is satisfied if they X easily contented is a fundavolume of water should be directget a batter bargain than the mental feature of feminine makeed to the roots, woman next door. up throughout the living worlo. Manure your annuals lightlv ao it seems that women have Us onset after adolescence is once or twice during their life nLS,T 'MUipmont for log-cal a forward step in the natural time, but avoid hirnang up the .!.; omtthlng stops maturing process which fits a bed. as that is apt to injure the wh, ..-• ., S2HI !" 1 t0 l hei L Drime purpose delicot ^ which are generally What is this something? looking after home and family, near the surfae* SKUits-for origina. Women say it is men. I think But it is fatal to creative *"' aC •fiat recent scientific experiments thought and endeavour, which HOLLYHOCKS (Althaea Rosea; offer a more likely answer. depend on the restless urge for 7aii an d gay. give the garden Male Animal:, Solve The s 'f-awertion possessed by norluvely fairy-tale look, and are not Prnhli'i mal m n tma iutlt olten enough in oui S CIEVTTS-n!7!Tn!r ,K*. ^ any woman who attempts garden*. Perhaps the reason lo. cifcwnsTS found that after to compete with men in an this i. the length of time thei adolescence male animals intellectual sphere starts off as lake (4—6 mouths) before Howgraduates solve laboratory problems more handicapped as I should be if JO years But easily than females. This hapmv life's-ambition were to be th, [of tnem who net pens nut because the males hav<> word's bast nursemaid eompetition with better Drains but because emoLE.S. Who* n* sjKM on Kw quay Rupert rtMr, Hod?r,go •houi *n order io tnothd iruii tnd ihrn *ltp down iht compjiiionw^ gj Sjilor Sim" inklr would act bt: •nd thjt h'd come." mi.i liMk h*jr. "HeM Icno. do." Djnna rhe icip ficpji. fui been xood that there h. Men n>> 'ieea n nolti him. but i\\ i\ 8 ite he lump* up jng run t\ong (he i;jblc tecunng the ihtp. Hi. .-ome bjek." whitperi Rupen jrnently. but fleppo hn .Ire.dy Jmpptjred on board. The >ihlc n very fhirk. :fii i nd u toon g4ii!i|{ MM r;e deck. rnl*. In U iisil.il. IVsi rs Search For Secret Of The Slim Figure By Chapmun I'inrfaer ing. and the large space the h leal vigorous plants take up. But il you can spare the time and space, nothing gives a garden so much charm as a row of Hollyhocks in pink, red or white, or al three colours. When the Howespikes grow very tali, it is sometimes necessary to give them soin support by staking them upright After the lirst flowering and whe'' you have collected all the drie> walking test as the moderately fit. sml pod9 you will need for nr#. ie investigation Is now being year's planting, cut the finlshe flower stalks down to the base, nnc the plant will give a second flowering. These "seconds" wil be much less vigorous than th< first, the plant often sending up three or more slender tpikes in place of the one sturdy "hit findings physical Fitness measured by stepplicable to all. Nv ping on and off a stool ISO times And they show up the utter futreatment prolongsthe flowennt? led by DR. REGin flvo minutes At the end of tillty of basing rations on the ealiw*"od of the hollyhock 9) ORE, bcg.in h< cst the doctors look fulated requirements of any weeks. When collectinn boiiyin-sense theory: ins pulse Those whose pulsemythical "average man. hock seeds be sure to let then, ury haw prone to foxrates leas, and got Just Like Home xhv nower spike After picktauh_ the liiglicsi back to normal soone-it were rated THE MORE I learn of the bird ^"^ the the dried pods, shall theworld the more it seems to be ^ op'*' %  thus. And there wart Ixith fat and ••cr.iggy students among the pooi%  st |iiormers. The Futility Hollyhocks will grow well in almost any position except, complete shade. Like most annuals they like an open sunny spot Plant the seeds direct into a rich *,ll prepared bed When the •e dlmgs are a few inches; high. f necessary Keep well uatered. A BIRD takes over more ground than he really needs, if rivals try to advance into his stronghold he usually gives way at rtrst But ., —.Km There seems lo be no simple as he gets driven back he grows %  • walk. Keeping their connection either Iwtween body bolder and his opponents become ^f u possible to the efficiency and physical fitness. The more timid. So they usually reach Ithtee and one-third super-iit own in" general used as a point where neither presses the Jn the house for a week or more mitch energy to complete the matter further^ .^^^^^^^—^^^^~^^~~~-^ This is the lime of the year your Eucharist Ulies should be bearing and continue bearing for several weeks. Tube-roses are also in flower. Both ot these are lovely Mowers for cutting and will last Baseline Seow doe*, M murh for •owe .km. WoeBM IW wvid ove* tnM rt %  tbey do noolbrr l.r.nh i ream. So mafiralry rood OK at all •tlaawhaM, asPTer gnmy. llaae4iae Setew' koU be you daily I HAZELINE SNOW FO It 4 SMOOTH. COOL S K r Mt the beauty rream that is a treatment' r ^ •MAUUXK snow pratrrt* UM .km fram . j foasdatiou lo. | HURHOrcUS WELLCOME LO. PKOUI'CT LUXURY PERFUME dramatise your natural lovelinesi Dramatic, brilliant and satin smooth— a glowing finish lo your natural lovelin within your reach always !* %  '" % %  "'"' < ; c'or. e a w„hln esiy raach now Goa put alaals. Warm, voluptuou! No S Gltal I .pKlatiwil if your £-goin| mood; romantic bilter swatt GarOania ; iparklirt ootn-a,r Can Manbar. %  <~r* *• %  *•,?>** i f ra tai %  t K SOOO •, i i, r ION BOH W I L at a asaaaaa Cat in 'a a., in ,,,,,... r/jpdticA YAROLEY (in nlue lovely colours) 'ooiii u OLD ao KD StaaiT LONDOa '... %  . KM hw muhnca will be the envy of your friefrda : your skin will have iiurveUoue •ulkan feature : there srill linger uhoul fOM a ibiy iradurtive fragrattre. Pag CaBhiat* HotK|nM II the Takuni Powder with the fragrance tlsat man krra* Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWOEft COLO ATI.P A L HOL I VI .SltT CO 'At last! The first strapless brassiere thafs really secure 'a Maiden by fylatdenTvwi %  • and %  Hasri ssch a arm, OUSMU caa as SKt ana} i Mass la ,aa> tssas % %  %  • .|l m is pan lass, sari IKK -UI askcala laaia| puca. s> asp. pan saa Ista tak. I Hast IrspM. srn>n asaaM aa r>ir t(ars lar ssaasrtl Cassat •** %  at Mack ra,aa siw art %  :•** attaa brataosui sal Ista. fan jnflnatden'jfan lx (mi Inji rl mm i yuur raupc call* for milk-be .... iue KLIM. Il adas eitra nourithmeot lo Madfjaj .iam ups: make, lichrr. tmoolhcr patiriv.; eabaote. the Aavoe of • v..ilie sssasaita, All ike %  ilr will raiov the ireMt vou prepare widi K! IM Kcer M IM haadt in >-our cupboard fteaatav ~il assn freak—wickwl irkiseratioal M-MILK FIRST IN PREFERENCE TMC WORLD OVER



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^r aSD AV. MARCH o. 1950 police Band \t Open Air Service ot*N-AiR SERVICE SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE NINE ROCO lUrch 6 al 0.00 pin V the Gambia jponsored by the at. ,nd si. Lawrence will be accompanied p^ce Band, unaer Capt rtuaoB. ARCM., and Ine iVMCher will be Kev V Vaujrhan of Codnngton -P, I J2 GIIL GUIDES Fair thu ^-r will be held on Saturday. i. il 1M arill Hall. Kl BRITISH COUNCIL (w;.^ will open as usual at !" EJ,1 lor the convenience ri, visaing to listen to Fa: t rC. Anthony and Cleopatra. ir lalts from 8.30 to 10.00 ft* leading parts are as fol?(>oitni — Fay Compton; H S GLASGOW which has heen I. ESSrord Evans; Caesar t - u " < Athlone to Barbados wTu.SE nictT, s > !" ( v 10 nd ^''*'* I"'". 'he Earl and TJm Hayes; Enobarbus — mand "' lh e ship, ^lllks;' chsrmian—Rachel — pompeius — Francis de i The narrator is Duncan -tad it is produced by Val mnoiinus" fans will be able Mr it next Sunday. March 12 -* March 19 at the British —I WikeSeld. %  ACCIDENT occurred on fcffthinj View Road, Christ it about 8.45 p.m. on between the motor car nf 1 SL. E [l "' A,hl ne, brother TK,'L^' 0, „ Tock was ^"n fi.1. ..-f 10 PaU,cc n April i or. !" .. —. >. 14th. 1874. Ujitil the a. .. B med and driven by Filzforty-three he bore the till. n htm of St. Lawrence, and Prince Alexander of Toekri,Yri.. Mnsn Dudley Chase of the first work, wv he ii, ,o,n *Sreet, Christ Church. rnon with other kinsmen of the %  was taken to the General l y n ^< renounced his roval Utla -J and treated for injuries ' German origin. II, IRrdiead and left forearm, ""name of Cambridge, and was treatment he was dls"<*"> Earl of Athlon,. aik marII ' Princess Alice ,,f SOTBU ACCIDENT took A £ I'"" !" ?"'"'". < Queen to on Deacons lload at h, 8 tl"' '" }!*} %  T n ? r marriage El pm. on Friday bene^^c^'wni ^ "' ^'S?" n ! JR !" In representing H -Jta by Reginald French of King in different parts of th B, Christ Church, and the Commonwealth. The Eail B wed by Sybil Conliffe tribute to his wife when as Ch ,n" ksv rnd ridden by Sheila cellor of the University of London | sf Clevedale. he conferred on honorary degree • accident Worrell comon her in 1934, saying: i; | of pains in her arm. The have been at any time of any %  as extensively damaged, little help to my countrv HOOT 6.50 a.m. on Friday 'ellow men, 75% of the', n I accident occurred on !" vfrv '?•' estimate is due to lld between the National PrlncMS Alice H74, driven by Claude „ A Soldier The Earl began Ms career as on Tuesday, InZr^TT^XVlo^'S. M? The Earl of Athlone K.C., P.C., G.C.B., G.C.M.G.G.C.V.O., D.S.O., F.R.S. Service Was Well Attended Scouts' and Guides' Own Ine Annual Scouts' and Guides' which was held at the St. Michael s Girls' School on Sunday last was fairly well attended The Scouts assembled Queens Park as was arranged, and marched to the school, led by UMi Police Band, while the Colour l arty and the Cubs assembled at boot li!5 r5, C .4f nc> ,h" %  hich one would sav he war: it is not as strangers, ,„ modern parlance "We cannot therefore that they returned for eare less". bThe wassuroT.t the installation of Princess Alice was „„, lhe eelng with Scouti SfwSTuSJf hc Unlv r "" > '" -=^'na shou U id the West Jndief.^ „ot be. They could do something Th s-„-i . t L L potentially very great. Hc said PT. !" =? s n A,nl ? n has been lhcy rould not H* „ Mrd • Personal ADC. to the King Councils of the United M. ,„„. SBJ^LJ%ZS ril" ?,' i hC bu *? eould'mTke ^com'rtbu.' 2^i r2f d C !?' ',*" 0rde T on "' inestimable value. ls^„ J rnce 0 'l9 J 3r U G ri !" 'M. n d ~J. n -S^ 1 """ ,h -" n "" %  ler of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. and have travelled widely .. Europe. Immediately before their L OF ATlll.iiM; near to stirring up civil war of Paynes Bay, and the J. ne Earl hegan his car m M-2428 owned and K Si He w as cduca '' at Eton, ultima's '^?h, !" Alr ca "" d "* su 'l"" u ""gly tit and ready by Carlisle Headley of nt ,f rinco "' ,he l returned 'he ceremony and rendered yeoirom a iciiginy Sandnngnam, man service under their A.S.M. ler vacaUon looKing n r 1*. G. Banfleld in helping to I Nearly 100 Guides Parade •Brown Irs %  Girls' School lii^' fortunal* ihat %  .hmfey. ;K, Hare* 400 !i.nRers and GuUtf in Trafalgar SQU March i': .: The children art in the Ulaui All Brownie Packs an be at Pax Hill K> Her Royal H (Sirl (iui Fair Bid UWf |j • months t %  (or each Comp.ii. sell and Guide s an collect abaft posaible. We mu-t all make n very special aflOli toil % %  ind raise enough UBM] tT!!i;nient araita hod Si-.~imiTomorrow There is a ,chai i ndar for the M /curt of Grand Sessioi >pans tomorrnrt' i ban batng two case* i nd one of manslaughter, nid two nf man POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by PUMi\A Now obtainable iron. H. Jason Jones Co.. Ltd. King Gets Ready Norfolk winter •. d toS and^won Jwo |? d l ^^^filg^fl* %  anu won two mentions In dlswork ha. aiw.. i "PI %  %  Wived in the accident £?"*<*• Baden-Powell wrote of and he Sd h^-. lnle r en ' him, rv r o, Gibbons Bogg. ^eVa^a^aTa^pe'S'ol S^* ""' News From 4th Barbados Pack On Tuesday last, 28th February, eight members of the 4th Barbados (James Street) PUCK .vlaiestv is feeling o well P? ld a vis,t ,0 lhc Barba<'.os 25 YEARS \GQ lUrlmdon Advorjlr, | Ittl A fire %  Town, st Lucy, >n the IBI lestroyed 500 h ripe canes bcloniiim. Mln Ski i . not estimateil isurancc. IN OIIIC LINEN SEPT. CLASS TOWELS, 77c. ,,.l, KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c, 74„ ad 78c. each OAMASK NAl'KINS, 65c. each HI t K KIWI I I.INt; ,„ \v[,i, c GoMi ttmn „,„, and %  Mi ill 70c. and 8lf. p-.-r yd. VKI.I.OW COTTON Ol'STERS !6c. and 38c. each C. F. HARRISON & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 MCOONNEY, %  ry aspe,. k night work~he >fiuM']u5"l5 bZ?hf „"W^T" 1 "" 1 '" *"h who down upon the ground to recuper! w !" Uf h J-_£?'-2? 0 -.. '" 1834 he quick on denials, has not squash,,;„ L ^CT ,..;."";.,., ". n'obe^Mc""*". P "~ """"" KrtS, P.l8|i" iSkTsSS, 'S mem trS? fh? vt^."' a n " n"' ""e definite basu. played outside in the open llr, nme platform and files playing about his bure legs S'. up ,' '>•' into the probIL' s „|M', own """ fmn>"nieations Good Hunting! James Street •ee and hand.. For or the ants entering through the ,i'" b "' ""''ernal mortality, and ?J1 "" I Q T*""' •' w n BuckKe.p it up! he had to be detaingaping slits of his bin. " ofTheT'! ; ".'; "" 2* cl "'rm !" SSSruie'm !" ,hC Aus,rB an •ml Hospital. At the beginning of the Boer !" u„ e i „?? ^ l m,,, ^ ' U P 'o enC !"!"!" ; ,, ., War the Prince transferred tn ih. qmK nl ,he sla '>is and recruitA lour or Australia this year „ ., InniskilllnK rVagoSns lvn,. I" 0 "' of nurscs ' also. IrTlMfi "'""'"•I* !" 'ed out because of Holering News th.] ^^^duetog^TullosJuih 'fr anH chair "'"n of the Joint ,He ,ime ' lfm ''"Sunday. February 28lh dawned Afrua Mon hi. own regiment IV* "• "' 'he N.In 1951 lhe Important Festnpon a large number of I which he reoinea later. He won 'Z^Z' PS* A oc'.Uon "• "''"> • not allow the a ^rnbined Camp .1 the St a further %  mention" and the ,„„ C rT nlr ?' Council for Re%  Cl " nna lu*" >o remain away Lu f 5f h ?" St : G Mr e num. >v creative Physical mini.. %  lor lona "his is the first item on a proutumme planned for the advaneelOeneral Hotpltal. •toM that the Inrrv. Upertv nf rnrrington Iwas being driven br TPIllllln. of Hre-.lon I alonj Rtennev Po.d. l.lt ahout ilnpn, on i Dasslne two other • lorrv wa. forcoH into r and I' wa. then th 'Ml off D.S.O. in this war. Governor General 1S32 he bicarne" Chancellor 'of Th"us'"lil52 would be the first J !" "} 1 "* P' an "I^>ndon rjnlm lim h practicable date. menl ' "ovenng in the island ill hold. Th. —a..,. ..<. %  Roll Call on Sunday piecnlna fee Arrive 0l 1,000 ba^ ul no* tiuiana ..rnveu fur 7 the tiU-ton scnoonw lUwU" yesteroay. The schedule .949 tour wai ?", ^L " Sund "> nornlni never "cancelled" It was merely ^ n *J r 3 V\" ve s "' 2H %  postponed m Mr s 'Hainuell. A.D.C. for Will r.„„ D 11 Rovers in S.W. DMrtci ,M '"" %  : l,: %  '" Various l.vel, d, K ussions took P^rll, !" ^ Y, 1 W '" PC '; lace over c "l of tea. and on Parliament m full panoply of Sunday morning aftei ablution state on March 8. On the followand ,„,y„cal ,,.,,„„,*. u„v tell ', li p 111 ilai.i &f nkf.j4 In. a. H j-a._ %  He was appointed Governorstill holds General of Canada first in 1914— the position he was to hold a Traveller quarter of a century later—but The Earl has always h~.. I D --. did not then take it up owing to great traveller In lii! k 2 l>a£S Of " outbreak of war. for he went Princes, Alice wen, out to Sa^ -WgO \_rt France instead wilh the Life Arabia .he invrV.tfor, of Kini ., Z.~, If "' —" •> %  orning a„e, S^H "I W '.' ^U ^ ""; mt '". "'" Saud "" l ""veiled b V rnotof m. .r.^'vi 6 unl ""' f " W ""'' h> 5lc 1 "'"'"• <""v le Uont and a brevet-colonelcy, and caravan across the desert from Si d y .' h ? Prench PrMld *"> "'"> '' route march which had been became a byword lor hi. extreme Jeddah to Riyadh. The" >,.£ "me. Aurlol arrive on a threeplanned in an effort to revue coolness under lire. After holdentertained at Jeddah by Kin. ?if y „f"" v '" 1 A week later Scouting and Rovering ,nt, I l n a V J l' ,US S,alT "PPO"" !" "'; "o Abdul Arib. the first time a wo! v.^ ""' f nduct the New '"'' %  >""'"• The ADC Joined ended the war as Ilriga.l er-Genman | lad ever been guest%7 a Y *Jf. "o" 0 "" List Investiture. lhe parade punctually al 8 a.m.. i al and head of the British millpublic banquet there A war "' lh Kln ' engageand on the order of US I. Jones of { %  pplle. arnvilj b this ,f r> ""**""] '" *• Belgian Army, later the Alhlones returned to the "I Include lhe presenting of St. George, the parade moved off Jf* island mcludid 700 ?'"", "?1 ,d c J, n """orary MajorMltlo. .,„„„, HM S ,, B S ck J. *? ,r,!h """O" ' !" v ''" n m e.rcuitou. route. |*co.i and sa^on, XT at ," ,S} '" 2 .?' „ ..v, The Kln Dn "" %  occasion of the S '' P,U < C *' D . 'he tercentenled by notes of R.S.I.. Charles %  no w tons of m this year the Earl of Athlone marriage of the Crown Prince of ". ry p r,lde ' Ul CtMtlntm Morns' bugle. This brought many IM Lewis" ^,,11 K.„, S out to South Africa as Iran. Guards; presentation of f-c colour. People running to see, and some M. carbon "MOS" USTSTSEFL ^"PS. 94 -"' ,M6 "" —I ' XLESSJ—ftft !"•""'!"• d ?i-' l '^_' 0 0 1 *• P.de, From % %  joer Owners AssociaAlice won a very special place L***'*In the hearts of the South Afrirepeated the pcrsorui > cans He del ghlcd them by wh lch they had u, South AfricT l ,b c x 1 !" nd attend the P"""" of St. George. 'rldllP A..I, !" learidng lo speak Afrikaans; heir The Eail visited the United SUte. football Assoclstlon Cup Final A "er they returned, they nested. %  Ur /\rriVe8 rst intimation of Ihis accomplish„„ various occasions and roiifcrIIMvsl k. ... ment W "hen, in the middle of rc d with President Roosevelt „,, if th. c yMlcrd v %  > PoWlc address, he slopped | a t C r with iv *£ Ssguena, Ten,,,speak,,,,: EM -jith the he"e„ r ,a, „• I *?aladTtne in %  • bi^lfT 'I' 2 ,"" ".'' SPC k A ri '"-Allied statesmen wno came KiaJflS, ? .? ur ora "?•"?• """"vd, hl J si • various confcre„s P" ded to the Island's that language. His audx ,, hlm5clf in c !" "5!'; a-,.. of whom w-ere Afrikaans-ipeakw r .ff ort and on w departure r" 'or Barbados by ""• e h M .d him 10 the echo ,„„! i.,. VH proud to have ha. •m 4.200 bags of "Thr could nay here for good Canada's i:.,veri,„r-(;enerl du .1 34< .M feet of '" as wo are concerned .said i n „ hl war „„.,,„. „ ^j ^ %  Iran. ouards; presentatio,, of ,,. CH.!. IS people running to see, and some From 1940 to 1946 lhe Earl of to thp P" r achule Regiment, and of them followed the parade. Prom Athlone was Governor-General of ll5lr,bul, o n of the Royal Maundv 'he interest taken in these Rovers, %  Canada, and he and Princess Alice HU M *' w v has consented to lht y feel that the seed has been repeated the personal success Shcrborne and Weslmlnst-r "" n or greater things in the which they had in South Africa P UD "c schooU and attend the ""''J" ' Sl George. Football Association Cup Final After they returned, they rested the Royal Air Force Display, the I 00 breakfast, and th. British Industries Fair and the f or a <-hrch Parade at the St Royal Tournament. Lukes church, wh.i, U. he E?" ,' n %  mo5 enjoyable service, he lessons were read b) H s i given %  J*ta of this cargo ma y So"' h Africans, in fact the hlm ho opportunity of seeing tl to-day E" 1 ,erm ' olncr w Pronged wonderful contribution w hi c mmanded by ,OT ,',*? y Jf !" "' he ^"S i. Canad '" ns !" <" towards its su Okirchil, has rail, i ,hc Unlon Government, headed in resslul prosecution. K '-' ... IJH u .1 *• d -J r bv Gen"" 1 Hertrog. (•* of "-' ." Is ,hc Conlrovcrny -^-.^_^.^ .. Ilad HMYi-n mull.auti irii K'HSlI inportunlty of seeinf the engagement*, thia rsnntriKiili.K l_ t i _. ...... Royal Tournament. In M.y. when th, 'ion parties at Buckingham Palace he will go Jon S ", nd ADC !" well rewith the Queen to watch the fj v *' ,vel> ': "X d ,hc o"'' 1 Grand Prix d Europe motor race "A" ' "••'•• After a very "•Mar^e,^!, 0 tave gSS 8 6 S ^ SSS year. It _. r -—* ' auenn me Thinking Day Mllh Since leaving Canada the Earl %  the Sam,.o.v Conlrovergy of Athlone and Princess Alice com. t„ Sir? During the years that he was have revisited South Africa where Mediterranean P I mc B ro -Governor-Gen' ral the conlrovers, the Government have presented trover rh^uirf over the Union flag—which came ihem with a house in Capetown, s-"vuucrs. expected that Princes.T Elisabeth. wl.Gtri,-Scn'onl" after a number of March engagea visuby Mr^ A C jSlI-**! fW ments. will fly t 0 Malta to reioin for it r^i' A -G %  Jordan A I) ( K* r .T b rV h ^ "' ^^ Sceo'to^'cr.;^ I? iTaVn" hurjh who „ serving wltn h w n and "• rousln. ir?.l '----tT^dVy'S'"'•''' —I.N.S. They were then dismissed, NEW ARRIVALS AT uiiinir.s j S P It P TAUI.ETS I.AI'J 'Il IKK INr i %  l %  BBTM-dlM t HTMl I I %  MATH i %  %  xX OF C'HU N OUGAT I'l.ATK.M M ii ma wr.vi HI nu, \n nu. pt evetu occasion OH Sale at the I leadinct StoteS din hews a latiqs aAAoAinuud o$ SOMSA SMidinq (^vidi with appjwfiJiicdji woJuk ID qhasd JJOUA A&latwu and gjiiwdA. 12c, 18c, and 30c. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street Saving Life is our first Duty: Vour Drtiopi.r t, fll e jhrouph lotto years of %  '•inlnii developed Jlne judgment in anoliyllna P* 1 """ h "" 1 problems. This fine judomenl, uhlch lj^ !" •n.uirl.o ipectaliMd knou'ledgr and apnllfitilj **e to pr--ical siiualioal hat %  life. ^^ %  eon/Idence, let us fill **Ption. ^HillT-S uitH. •feNan < -.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-,-,-,-,-,-,v.-.-.-..,-.-.-.-. \0 I'ltOltl I il \T ILL lit 1 Hints # YIHH DMAMO.XOS Kithoul doub( • I It's DeLima'8 for DIAMONDS Y. DELIMA & CO., LTD: Your Jewellers Phone 4S44 Sl. ,-.-.•.-.-.-.•.•..-.-.•-•.-.'. vihHYHimvs ui.xn TO m:\it WE HAVE SKIMMED POWDERED MILK SELLI NG AT 43c. per lb. PERKINS & CO., LTD. Roebuck Street. — Di.l 2072 & 4502 LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1.7S K.W. IJIE.SH. DRIVEN ALTERNATORS K.W. B.W. 15 K.W. 1€ K.W. M %  %  12 Z All


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PAGE F.ir.irr SUNDAY ADVOCATE BARBADOS & AMMil f 1 ==%  • ----1 K UMM <* Ui * %  • ... Bn 1 l1 n Sunday, March 5, U50 (.mill Housekeeping THE publication of the estimates lor 1950-51 gives the people of Barbados an opportunity to review the general economic condition of the island. The estimates however, as published do not give any clear picture of what the expenditure will be in the ensuing year nor does it give any indication as to any changes in taxation. The Memorandum issued with the estimates points out that the estimates have been compiled on a "housekeeping" basis; that is, the Revenue is calculated at existing rates from existing taxes and duties and the expenditure makes provision only for the continuance of existing services. A fiscal survey is being undertaken by the Economic and Financial Adviser to the Development and Welfare Organisation, and it is proposed to await the findings of this survey before proposals are made for embarking on new or extended services. As a result of the survey also th Government will decide, in the light of their financial resources, the extent to which further capital works can be undertaken and the relative priority of proposals for capital expenditure. ,irt has already been made with the runway at Seawell but the future of the East Coast Road and the construction of a deep water harbour are still uncertain. These arc matters on which pronouncements by the Government are eagerly awaited. The deep water harbour has been the subject of discussion for many years and its construction appears to be the only hope for Barbados to regain its former position as a major port in the British Caribbean. In the construction of new capital works he Government must arrive at some decision as to the manner in which such a wiil be financed. The extent to which current Revenue is to be used and the extent to which loans will be the means employed so that future generations can also help must be decided without undue delay. Members of the public will look forward to the speech of the Financial Secretary in the hope that he may be able to mm some of the questions which at present turn them. Because of its limitations no detailed criticism of the estimates can be made at this time But it is a hopeful sign that the Government has realised that indisti imu IK-nding can continue no longer and by adopting a policy of good housekeeping nditure can be Wore closely correlated to the financial resources of the island. I H|I.M ii. Justice i HE result* of the recent General Elecio England are of more than passing It fur the Colonial Empire. The Sccre0l State for the Colonies and the .iaentary Under Secretary, Mr. Ides Williams, were both defeated in different constituent k (Ml demonstrates lucidly that on I -irty issues the welfare of the Colire minor assets to a politician's armoury TinGovernment rightly elevates the Colonial Secretary to the distinguished i .nk of Cabinet Minister, but the electcrflioul regard for failure or succeas of ltiv* oi Colonial peoples has ;ed from office both the Secr'tciy of for the Colonies and the Under Secretary. Sober analysis, free from the bias of anyparty allegiance illustrates that with the lit iiaiiiameptary system in Great Britain it is impossible for any wnhltkUM politician to perform the arduous duties of Colonial administration and keep himself in the fmefront of his consti'.uents, who \..t.not for Colonial peoples but for themselves in general elections. Mr. Creech Jones after fifteen years as a ajfu] labour politician (and the most popular Secretary of State for the Colonies of this generation) finds himself to-day with no job. An ambitious politician cannot serve the colonies and look aftci his constituents interests in Parliament at the same time. The office of Secretary of State for the Colonies has essentially been a stepping stone for cabinet ministers on their way up to the higher grades of cibinet office. Today it is a handicap because it can only be carried out if the holder is free from the duties required by his constituents. The interests of the Colonies and those of Great Britain are not synonymous. And it is a moot question whether the Secretary of State for the Colonies might not with greater justice be selected by Colonial peoples on whose goodwill his successful term of office ultimately depends. The recent negotiations over the price and conditions of sale of West Indian sugar to Great Britain provide a satirical sidelight on the disadvantages of championing colonial peoples at the expense of the electors who go to the polls. Mr. Strachey, the Minister of Food who objected to the demands made on behalf of West Indian sugar workers, is in. Mr. Creech Jones whose sympathy towards their claims was witnessed by the delegales to London and by Mr. Bustamante, is out. Mr. Strachey has since been promoted to the important Cabinet Office for War. It is not much fun holding cabinet rank as Secretary of State for the Colonies. The question needs study. Imported Colour BARBADOS in her attempt to attract visitors to this island whether as tourists or as temporary residents does so merely on the strength of the natural attractions with which she has been blessed by Nature: a climate of even and almost unvarying temperature, excellent seabathing, places of historic interest and a friendly people. In the neighbouring colonies there is a wealth of colour lavishly displayed and of which the fullest use is made. In Trinidad and in a lesser degree in Grenada the colour and bright displays and the touch of cabaret given to public shows at Carnival time certainly add to the natural beauty which those islands possess in no small measure. Colourful dresses which follow old French and Spanish styles and dances too give that kind of atmosphere which is what a tourist hopes to find in a new country Now Barbados is singularly bankrupt of colour. But there is no reason why local hotel proprietors and others interested In the progress of a tourist trade should not explore the possibilities of employing saytwo or three of Grenada's best for the tourist season. The numbers who flock to Trinidad at Carnival time show how muvh welcome there would be for colour and gaiety. But enterprising hotels proprietors would find the graceful maypole dancers end choirs of Grenada profitable additions to the hotels' list of entertainment. [_VABc, Sitting On The Fence By ViiliaiiH'l (aubbins Recent election polls bava bothersome, blooming scullery. of a spiv myself, bem in the olerevealed that nearly 12 per cent Don't Jose your blessed temper, sale grocery. And so was er em ot the electorate still reply "Don t dear. Put on your blessed oaitknow," Won't say." ana en and go back to your blessed %  Couldn't care less,'' when asked -rady. how they are going to vote It was in England long ago the rebel first appeared. That Englishmen might speak Floating Vote And bless you, loo. ... Dear. pluyer, wiio's a general Hade. in the import and export. 'It me' and your boss was taxed 100 per cent. I said, 'bang would go| your ome and your job on the same day, and we'd all be on the i bread line,' After the daughter ad flared their minds, no death or torment ..^ |ooks fls u ^ and ^ wifc ^-^--^ ^ ^ ^ The stubborn hearts they cuuld •">< the daughter are all going to al me about the Liberals and er| vote different on election day, WO man Prii.iLMinister. 'Ii said Floating Vote. woman spoke to woman as eads • The daughter, who as all the ot states,' she said, 'that would brains of the family, is still red be the end of all this claptrap ot for the Socialists if they'll talc* rtDOU t H-bombs and more talk the taxes off the wage earners and a b 0 ut ealth and progress. not break, now broken I 9 ufai By "Don't know," "W and "Couldn't care less." John Ball, he was an Englishman. who asked, In some surprise. •Who, then, was serf and senileP" 1 %  on _" .'* \ as % spivs men in Eden's paradise'" When feudal squires hanged him high he left an Englj: drive about in Rolls Royces. B u t when I said whenever The wife wants the Liberals to womon spoke to woman there git In as she reckon* they'll be was always an ell of a row, and Ili.IN lit Itll till EUIKIUIICI IILI _. ... — !" — —— —rf— — -% %  For Don't know" -Wui'i say lhe Woman Party wlth a won,an thai nothing short of a mincla and "Dorft bother me." Prime Minister and no more war wou id change the sex of old Joe And me? Well, I'd still like to stalin she flared out, too; and Wat Tyler was an Englishman ee P %  b il ot ""S^tTS*? iS shc and lhe daughter spent the who. from the farmlands, "n'y to leave LI to ttM wife and riJsl 0 f the evenin natterin in the strode the da,1 hler kitchen. To lead a band of Kentlshmen 0f counWi th c daughter's idea "^ '/ we're all goin to vote along the Mile Endroad; of s plv j, diffenmt f rom evervdlffprc "i <>n polling day and canWhen they slew him in the ^ y %£ aa vou miKh expect M L c ? c \ otoe ^. out 'J_ "H* !" !" market-place there dawned %  Wltn a n cr rca din and learnin. brighter day For "Dont know," "Who, me?" "To the daughter a spiv is not and "Really can't say." always a young smart alec with padded shoulders pinch in lorry Thai Englishman can say their loads of rations for the black say has long been England's market, but anybody who buys pride, and sells something he asn't proIt was for this, and this alone, duced with and or brain. that English martyrs died; But did they die by sword and rack and on the gallows tree For "Don't know," "Won't say 'The only people who are not always spivs, da.,' she said are the workers. All the rest are specially If its nlnin." Old, old story A swan found limping near the River Orwell, at Ipswich, was suffering from gout, according to a veterinary surgeon. THE swan said, in an Interview yrsterday:— "I've never touched a drop oi and "Don't bother m*"' Biess You, Dear 'Then middle men or spivs in city clothes strong liquor in my lile, thi who oughtto be taxed 100 per 1 uon't .suppose anybody will cent to let the others ave a proper belitvfl me. They woulan't bcll.n linlos Museum %ml llisioni.il Stirielv THI work of lhe Barbados Museum & Historical Society has received a further mark of recognition, for His Excellency the Governor has kindly consented to become a patron of the Society. The Governor follows Sir Mark Young, G.C.M.G, and Sir Hilary Blood. K.C.M G. t LL.D., who both gave their Patronage to this Society. The former Acting Governor, Hon. Stewart Perowne, O.B.E, was member of the Society and took a very keen interest in all its activities The need for more active participation by the inhabitants of lhe Island in the work of the Barbados Museum & Historical Society has been stressed more than once in lhe columns of The Advocate. There are at present only 2J8 members of UM S a regrettably small number for an institution c.iteim (or the educational and cultural enlightenment of the community. Last month 787 persons visited the Museum, which u some indication of the value of the work of this Society. reward for their labour 1 large number of 1When h d nnlsned er ittlo to ncip with the washing up. w Dr Richard Brook. Bishop of • St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich. CAN I help you. dear? Yea, dear, but not in your beat potters. Why. dear? Crease, dear. I'm not wiping thc plates on my gaiters, dear. Don't oroue, dear. All right, dear. Will you dry lhe dlshos? When you'ue washed them, dear. They're very dirty, aren't thev dear? Thcu harrn't been washed for a week. dear. Wilting for my afternoon off, dear* Yes. dear. What's the stuff on this plate like yellow concrete? Thai's week old egg, dear. The blessed stuff wont come off with a blessed mop, dear. Then use a blessed knife, dear. What blessed knife? Any blessed kni/e. dear. But if I get It off the blessed plate on to the blessed knife low do I get it off the blessed knife? With another blessed knife, dear. And how do I get it off thai blessed knife'' With a Ihird blessed knife, dear. Or a blessed fork, or a blessed spoon. Vae your blessed loaf, dear. Now I've dropped the blessed plate. And smashed the blegsed thing, dear, I'll smash the blessed lot if I stay any longer in this blessed Iiuve my lather, who was a Ufelong teetotaler and always hai. ulages. "1 expect we both inherited it from my grandfather, who leo rather a wild life. During an attack of gout, his language was $o awful my grandmother hao to take the children to anothci nest, "It is not generally known that gout is a common complaint among swans, That is why we walk so badly, keep our teet as long as possible in cold water, and have -such vile tempers. "Get away from my foot. damn you." London Express Service "Just car u-ailmo to sec if you throw at.aw any petrol coupons'" Today's Gem "There are two ways of llvlni: a man may be casual and simply exist, or constructive arid deliberately try to do %  .in. ihn,, with his life. Tjhe constructive lde.i kssVHu 'Hislruclivenrs* not only about one \ own life hut about that of •oclely. and the f u t u r p possibilities of humanity •111 IAN HrXLEY Now It's British Again AUSTRALIA DECIDES MKLHOURNE, The wqrd "British" is going on Australian passports again The former Socialist Government substituted "Australian' IngtMd of British'' on paiuorl covers In January 1949. A passport-holder will be described as an "Australian citizen and British subject." Mi. Harold E. Holt. Immigration Mi lister said today: "Australians h&Vt every right to share the prrstige which goes with thc British passport. "The change will symbolise more cicrly Australia's membership of the Commonwealth without suggesting any lack of pride HI her status as an independent nation."—L.CS. OI II III AIM IIS V\ Will Liberals Vole Tory Or Socialist At Next Election %  1 To lhe Editor. The Advocate Sia. What will happen in the a seems to be lootning in the United Kingdom ,~>ilit expressed reJhe Liberak .n a letter to a London (vvtueh would ensure an anli-Sowspapsx is that "two and a half ciallst victory without OOSBpra ; nion to be reasonably wur and make a Socialist victory fore the t leaders is big businessmen and others keen TTJ" -. ,. , *hls Will Itai try to squeeze the about the promoUon of new inTho ConservaUve leaden now Liberals out of Parliament at the dustries in the island. fresh opportunity to offci ..-uaUng the Liberal The article is accompanied by arrangement voter .mil thereby ensuring a Soa number of striking photos. Ill they allow showing machinery and processes, nd I need not say that It is verv FaJftS ber", ^ ?*&**? , r T U "S^= ? 5. %  =• ^e clear' 33" ex^hing" i. on the .:. spite of the trebcral Party They might, for inensure a majority in Parliament largest and most up to dalebuu! %  nitaa fiBJ&LW&aM "I?-* 12 • Wto Buflsuppo^tharevenCa^db^ WATCHER Chocoluband on the doorconstituencies to be chosen bv thc s step against 'splitting the anULiberals, who in return would Socialist vote' Those who are stand down in 00 constituencies to capable of Ix-int influenced by the be chosen by the Conservatives. argument of the 'split' or thc The Conservatives would then be 'wasted' vote have nearly all been able to win all the scats %  | drawn off already into the camps according to the recent results. To lh Editor. The Advocate,— two main parties. Those lhe danger of a split vote has been Sia.—A few days ago in a letter fri n who have remalnedfaithful to the shown to be serious and has, in to you I ventured to emphasize ,££ fEeJTfcssl S rtnii SJ i of this some cases, let in the Socialist on douht concerning the success of £em tahl^Srti rlV ..s pressure from two great a minority vote. On thc other the proposed pottery development •. as, arc not now to lie hand, It would enable a fair numscheme because of the uncertainty i-arty unless they are ber of leading Liberals to be rewhether an adequate market was c bich will enturned to Parliament. I think that likely to be available, and I then Orval Mol i unent of many people who are not Liberals went on to ask why in the West Cadbury' had to make a beginning. By the way. I think it much to be regretted that the "Crown Colonist" is not more generally subscribed for in the island. L OOlj know of two or three copies; one is kindly loaned to me by F, G. heral members would be pleased to see in ParUV aiertals T '"< %  ff*ior. The AJt-ocatf— In particular must merit men ot the experience and exist in plenty a chocolate and Sni -~~ s ^£ H*"* Lauoer is dead .fuming to regard the ability of Sir Archibald Sinclair, kindred products industry has To eveo* Scotsman or Scotswoman as their preserve. Mr Dingle Foot, Mr Grahai ertousty attempted in B*rtosdoa and to many more maintaining an attitu/fc of White. Mr Frank Byirs. Mi ng thus, I have seen be S*"* following exuact from the Liber;'! Arthur In that fine journal, the "Crown s '"nines" obituary notice will be lhe Libeiwl leaders. Cornyns Carr, and others. Their Colonist" (January issue), a most * "Merest. ihev adopt a more respectpresence in Parliament would be intcresbng article describing the "Jokes about Harry Lauder's towards the Liberal all the more welcome in view of giant lories at Blrwealth snd his Scottish care of it p_-. || drive the the deplorable absence of Indemlngham. England, which I should were common But they were into the arms of Lapendent members. Tfce choice belike to bring to the notice of our friend .v as known that he could be ver> onerous when he had a mind to be. During the war of 1914-18 he threw into his country's cause every ounce of his material and moral weight. By his example and influence he a^oke and confirmed the spirit of patrioUsm, winning many recruits for military serv. conscription came in. He raised large sums for public ends by giving concerts and variety performances, and was assiduous In going to thc Western Front to entertain thc lighUng men ThrrV was one moment in his career when lhe power of his personality blazed forth. During the war he produced an indiffercni revue in a London theatre The curtain of the first act fell upon a patriotic song sung by Harry Lauder, whose only son had recently been killed in action. The Intensity of conviction with which he sang that song was tremendous. When Hhe war was over his services -ight worthv of the Knighthood with which he was honoured In ll • own songs and U and even all these year^ prime some of them>g. Jock". "Just a wee Dcoch-an-Roris", "Roamln' In the Gloamm "It's nice to get up in the morning" (but thc list might be almost inincreased) — are still f a m i l ia r to thousands. In "Roamin' in the Gloamin' \ one of his books of reminiscences, issued soon after his wife's death in 1927. he paid tribute to a partnership of greatest happiness which had lasted for little short of 40 years. Not long before his sixty-eighth birthday he fell and fractured a thigh, but made a comp:ery and when war broke out in 1939 he emulated the example he had himself set In 1914. Again he gave his rich talent to entertain the fighting men, giving his services free provided that the men of the forces did not have to pay to he He gave several broadcasts in thc %  transmissions to the forces, i hen the war ended, though In his seventy-fifth year, he continued to give occasional performances on the air. which evokI ed, at any rate from older llrtennotfcal of the 1 hall in wnll Lauder had been so bright I an ornament." 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I'M.! SUNDAY ADVOOATf '''Mm -. MARCH: Our f'onlrinpwarlrw ALDOLS HUXLEY ACCOMMODATION H Wonatla*. Jcrrnlal Talking Abou t Music HT WaiMl fartin* II llouitlii*. Jerrnhl lr, and his World". n c. try and his V. BROWN flrsl b. | rtun hive In that fantasy Huxte) .11 w |,n tnt trulh when, at a small •••* I.-.IS r.iore plaint) playad w Mt "' boy nshlng with a bent pin. h ntm Huxley. the disintegrating ideas at worn .jaurtit a very little fish un pm.cu '"^ I^R— ... — loan Aldoo. Huxley. the dttintegratlng ideas at work ol English in Dan ' in, bo al the ssme of the humen personality. 111o! Chrome suloled (rom passion, prejudge. caught a very little fish and found himself Alp against competing what Wi '. roUonlDg %  lng for shoiu. hours, we can i mal stanrl,r^ necesa-ry ... ueal with ou. nmise.i 'up "i""!" ...,,.-.... -.. Waul % %  11 1 1 iltld at tne same 01 me numni > %  >—- %  • witn mother boy who elaime I to star in* annexe CrKl cjpia ot Chrome suloted from passion, preludire. |)ivt clught >nd pu onr Mck |, s || ... lu n 10 oee.iluwing and the VeJow" •An.* Hay" and "Cray violence and oltectlon as Irom the m |ncn onfcr fbl. early exDemons Union has threatened to lAldous Huxley'a physical insanitarlncs.es of birth. H nM looa hlm in good ,te-i.. call out Ha members ir I admit iKht wonder what disease and burial, was the goal i^ hm MfT on h( ( % %  • [L*££I of other members of hi. club futile v.ithout any Journalists a new catch pi A••it W^g.,,*-gg •??* From these small beginning I once more, rranxensteln ^ no ^ wroIT s niinMt .., „„,„ ^ „ .1 aid ol his "J?"T „, that the methods he had employed and ,„ er ,-, nowhere el significance, und the InOf the seduction of a character from spiritual in?e Tninrtcdnrw. to polilical activity The pilgrimage repre%  v-nT'V! 1 el oncv Huxlcyian, ii and twentieth centuryAl. in 11 • %  %  ;i deno-ndant of Hi. I'.ctor.Mi M-icntist, fron whom In Inherit* hiii mteHeetua turtoelty, his .*•!..'! m the poten.of •vience and hi* Innal. dUtru.t Ol orthodox Christianity He is typically a twentieth centurv rrin. ond as such he is in r'-v %  ^iUnit ih* convention! whu-h Kovrmcvi nlnptrenlr centurv Kueland and i^ I victim "I the cymcUm eneniierfd by the failure of Uie peace of 1918 piomotera and an unscrupulous polilk-ian lu make room for two murdiTtrs and a baby farmer! *' mil", wailed faru*n. wringing ins hands, I must o somewhere that I \ i \\.r moralist. The wMntifk rs could be us*,l lo ..H5,,^,, looked at him with I %  from hii vantige in business. As his juu-donic eye. Well. I tell you .. % %  !! %  <% %  improved wllh practice. whi,he said. "I'll send you _*_ S I %  .nlltlf.. 4|.|lT^ T & it 1 IkrtA 4ALI ate4>h ImS'm merely to technique improved with practice. „„,, •• (,, M kl. "I'll send you *.T !" Z u, urcaVh Tlv.xe>. 5 graduated into ptHttta, with b cli lo Ute only place you can ? 1,^, nhcri !" ,W. "'king Ihc result that he became one of „ ach from hcr ," Then opening ~„.n.e the most .ucccsful and accom. JmaU Mr door he beckoned %  atadTand Means", published plished liars of his day. and died hlm ln ^rhen Brown went w i37 b'a serious enquiry into a very rich man through the door he found hunself *. moral ba^ of civiliMtion whe „ h „ Khri ^ gaIes once more on earm.^nd the devU can they be thieved' As %  ^iVKlivoWSlying But first I must go to the ll. twentieth century man. Huxle, BEH^OF UNBREAKABLE v^uws clgb and ,,.„ „, 0 ^ ,1 I, in. maMa nineteen „.,. no dimculty in disposing of V"""' "",!",_•. ,,"." l0 con*afs happened." Ml of this A" | Huxley, with hi; „,. Marxist solution: his ho a ' ana M y ,dea. he was crossing the road lenee and wit and .„, r vatlon and the experience of tradlct any ne ne ne.ra !" ^ hpn hf wM njn ovfr Dy h avy „,. anv liresnnie „ m „ has taught him thai ,om l n 0 ut through the dooi truck Strangely enough, neither Victortai about what ,. human personality is nut m irkr(! EXIT." imbued with an the driver nor anyone else on the IgSlt or might not describe, j'^onomie Man or a member of a ]nsallab ] e passion for nothing bu! crowded street seemed to notice was the darling of the sophUti,. „s-conscious proletariat Some%  lnil|) n found himself conthat anything unusual had occurrratsd rea the visible encta i. %  tft? kind, l-eliti: vmiiiii. con only ace and not Rood. He i lar from tl %  thai .. that that mi 1 requires intelltcl fl j ' ;„,., H,vu> tor M mgitfoi „..KMnd pUc^ In the cli dTin? this period They mUJht russes i s fo, them has n-.i '; W Wh* i. rdueatW -1... nol always A)u p.yanotofktl cli.ni.; There remains that toJo ^ „ -uw nma .ractable element, the human „.. .. TNS Sltude wa. UMP an will tbi must harne it to %  be vide sornethlna outside .Iself. But ,,, Ixinst about that la true." At the door of his club he sa. Ml did friend and" business partner 'Sorry no accommodation", aaid r0 ming out. "Hullc. Smith'" he aid. holding out his hand. "You muit come and have a drink with me The most extraordinary thing has Just [t was only when Smith, instead of stopping, walked straight through him without answering his greeting, that Brown suddenlv realised that he no longer had I body, but was now only a M>U1 l pent the next few going to and fro upon the earth. the truth to those to WfaOB) kMavy contra• lictinii every lie he t*aaj etof. But althuugh hx obliged to go on trying lo pi' < %  the evils that lying produced, T how loudly hi %  .,ice WW imiu.li' • but himself. At last. wht>. he could bear this hopeless fru'i 0 longer, he cried out in d b 1 was in Hell" ImmediI found himself onre mnre i.foi,the door of Hell it: You again:" exelainMC Uie k uvd. What do you want this time?" % MORE than 50 yc;< •.ojng man emn!' ..• %  %  %  huajl book on Wagner At that time Vagi xarded a rebel, like Ibsen lurbar of privileged and c ti.>nal peace; an impoaatble ->ry who, like Bernard Shaw, was fuapected—what vegetarianism Shaw related the RinK Wagner to Son.'ism; and whave ll\a>d to see Waifner discarded by the "Leftists' o. tht our and coum. ric romantic bourgeoisie, and %  > the prophet<>f Nan-ism. This young man of Elverpo-ii was Erneat Newman, who in hi* *2nd year, has produced another book on Wagner (Wagner Nights, published by Putnam). I* even largvr than the <,{ ISN. It rurr it 764 pages. not including the index, from a y^T-> we catch a glimpse, in pa "> 0| ihe names of Aristotle. Wln>ton Churchill. Descartes. Dure.. Goethe. Novalis. P. 0. Wodehouse and Zeus. In the earlier book, the work of a student not yet 30. the index range* from Amen-Rakunm ami Goethe to Taine. Tolstov, Tennyson and Voltaire. Thii wai the period in which w nters on music, especially young nters, took all knowledge for their province. They tried to bring music into the stream and traffl" la and ideas. They a. that great composers had something to contribute |] Infl of human consciousness. And Newman remains, besnn, unburdened-by his scholarship. He carries it ItJOfl that conca;iU a I lit this volume he subn Wagner muflc-draniaj or. If you like, ha j po*t-mortem. But the critic tl %  ...i-poae I* %  upartlj with eaaentials. and in the end Agajna1 Position himself a position in lite Mould now be a memand a %  om. %  show how music could be written abOUf in a wav %  rendiiielliKence i-nd edi >!id enloy. He < t the jargon of the %  %  — as though composers are so many tonal splde s in a vacuum. rw parodied these duUard> 1 at it > in his "analyr "n be or not to IM 1 solilcKjuv: "Shakespeare dlsexorI subject at the infinitive." Pfgejai as Prose El would be possible to quote passages from Ncu-m-m fit to go into any anthology of English prose, simply as prose. For example, the young maa, of Liverpool writing more a cetiUrry ago. clcsed his first book on Wagner this way: his was a brain of the I composition put to g ether cunningly by %  In has been put together before nr -ir.ee. The muae of poetry seems to have illpped her wings into the lucid m of music, disturbing it with suggestion* of a wo Id it I ad never reflected before, deepits beauty by c'oser aeeothe actual world of Such writing gives pleasure to /body. Charlea Lamb would i:ave admired it, though he knew *a little about music that ha couldn't tell God Save the King irom Pop Goes the Weasel. —L.E.S. wire, flex and cables You can put your ^ G.E.C. cables, winasjgiAnd yew will hnd ^ touse f withtrpcto >B g fl job. Try them-toa m ^ yourself. INDIGESTION? Try Just ONE DOSE Of This % Just oive doic of MACLEAN : HASH STOMACH POWUIiR relieves Flatulence, Heartburn, Nausea and Stomach Pains due to Indigestion. Prove it vuuraclf loday But be sure you get aenumc MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER with the ilgnsture ALEX C MACLEAN*. Huxley, like C. E. M—• ieen obligeil lo modif> Hie an v iittuoatlcism or his youth. Both these men exemplify the I've caavM to ran if yw-'va K>t ll|.u... Iiir I V*i i*m>a a* j .p. Si lundaniental religJoua feeling of B y room for me now." iv „f the deduction, lacking Oort. what. *•"< ana (nf Englllh an<| the growth of "Oh jree, I've plenty now the incorrect and unrtuthirMean*' Is the book which marks ;n uVerwiu lm i n(t conviction that uah is over," replied Satan. isrd from the psychological the public enMvance f Huxtt) „„,, centurv maltr uUsM. and mgmUlng as he stepped aaide and studic of lYeud. Jung and Adler 'he piulosopher-moraiisi irom jug^,! capitalism, although they threw the main door open. the satirical novelist and ^ hnV) pald -ood j^idends ^ .. Then as Brown enici.d. have paid good dividends along." Then, as Brown entered, foe a very long time, were funda^ po. lU cd to another door at the n m ntnl, y <"ivergences from the ^ d ol a long p assi ,g tf Th-I 1,1 healthy growth of our THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS BEPHESENTINC THE GENERAL EltCTBIC CO. 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„vui_n_ ^r New Land Taxation Bill SUNDAY ADVOCATE Flood Conditions Nearly Normal flection Results fjnsa tisfactory %  >, David T< ii.pl,. Robrriaj •iEOKUETOWN. 3T8IK Mr. M. B. Lelng, c.af.G. La. n.rf ... .l.*?*? 1 w !" " to any great ..„r",'. n !_ 10 n !" l ." GoremIhe MaatI i nw Cross and mer voluntary organlaatlons >< !" than syilem which place, h (,, M $2 "0O !" """' 'urther improved value m-ald to complete the job road, which were, smaller TJ2 [ no Communists. In ,. defeat of their bun-'" %  Ha. defeat 01 m<-.. ..... —-vaiuerj urn). Indites they may take oxpect Britain to oram k_ S I m h ch Pla Efcrt at >* toming mon rMdl| V E C£rL„ Ports improved value, J*"s, r Altlee's second A courageoi ^SSS?T rSSll ?"' po e "' lt 0*. with a nominal „, set JL, u,"*" !" ..'• needed a ba|, (or lnt From puppy days onwards, dog need regular conditioning PAGE ELEVEN with less loan nominal ten ovi". ^eep him in good condition M part of the advice that hreeden give to purchaser, of dog,. Boh Martin's Condition Powder, %  re specially prepared for this purpose. By purifjing the blood, tney help to prevent the common doggy ailments. Given regularly. Bob Martin's will do much to ensure a healthy, happy life fo, your dog. Good condition will make him a good companion, and he'll still enjoy lasting fitness when he becomes an old faithful'. I Clear *n } )£* • *5S W* lcn ftj"!,"'; ,h '' C ,mm "'lth,"m'KShn,lr' L'L" ,he ""KpSved"*^ fr""in - | o'o complete the'/ob! e&tr' ,x mi ^-.rsi^^ars .iMaj&s !^—"-— — •' BOB MARTIN'S ime 'ii The .Department of Agriculture • '.>' % %  ..„,„„ a $50,000 plan for labo ur r^— about mis. pnee of our exnori. ..~ V "" ^crdini; ;,, J*£ hll u>ry of the Labour „„. „,„ ~f o^a^n, 0 ,,? 50 ?"" h ~ "~t %  tefi SSS^S B& SSSSH3 Busta Throws Uootor lak,s Vows A Bomb "Si&J&^SSShe takenw,,?" theW decl "" •^SH'T !" S ,h !" "" a """'o Broih!. £ BCT 0dlc, • Truiid.d'. r„_? ( T lh . U1 s,ron G v(Hal P. the b,,,,,,,,, and Indus5, !" ^" """" '" ">W". % %  • was SSSy. 1 ". i"" 1 "' 'o reach ^?.ini "' %  •" "W strongly f, m ", ,cd "" "• N'ovitiatr aloni 2P!2Ka %  ?''•" I "3S M," ,wo >""""" men from Hr„" U ^vemments before. ,„,„-. PSui~ 1B 7S" Sii-c" to tht situaUon. S^ ;, 'toth ItlKPBlSlNI. 1 the Socialists do ..; Bus election a* indicating -rr'i failure to support -en the percentage vot. ibe percentage votin,; and the percentage _J are compared—as "this 1950 election and election a surprising reached. The Labour eni down less than Contervativcs gained "• ; iywiunHI rench iia L— •" %  iiiju-a oy siro en each of the big Usues before C \ BI omneld. M.H .It KS, "i* 5 *: C n w combine a ?-':'* "' art at the ish Gutl Parliament devoted to soft I speaking and the agreed solur v P T 5 m a v to reintroduce the *b a state of growing f„".T _Pr ,, ! Tax taken off „ Ven .„ al &; LSa-Elected Pwddem tion. with a state of growlnr !" l Woft acltatlon and acrimony in ever^ f!H "?. wh constituency? It will need nil u,bot "r Govci s^-%  aa^risrya SSS&ss ..^iwhne the ... Parly Is ^Z X.^T£ i KfcSSWjE Hndeed a million more S e ,?!? r ^Pegoat. Many e M burin, and indu.tr^ ., Jrcrvlei. og„"'W on v on *LSi' < l i*""• the aggregate, voted aiout Bevaf,• ,'. "S """"""s " rk '"' *'<"' %  '" %  -SSTOI uf Dr B B c Sf 0 ',"^?*. in 1W5 The reason ', ,, u ', b VJ *. reported denunclaJ"e. With the eieeoaan Z a iinu, !" L.V' Non ul (Gov jvsuves percenUges „ !" .." l K. ml u, 1 cl " "ver'ew eases this expecUUon taj Z, %  ASS 0 ?? "T d P h than the Labour per"^ ""V elalm Bevy's not been reali,ed.^the trade !" I's jajwan M^ 1 /"?' Dr was that Uberals 3S J Slk"*?' BU '"'" n h lnc,U!lr ,"' n! s h-W'n* on to intendem !" n?'" SU T 'r fgiving their votes l.i „ v n ,, ',' "' M, lh a ' has a U the profits. In the exceptions ,: ......'„"_."". c Hoipiul. Jef 5w,n answer. Labour would have 'here has .-,11 "'"" the election, he avers, it the f> nptndo %  been 1 ",::;!-:. TSvr&PcJaS; rir Present thwarted w nu wti.^'i 0 lul Autumn, dared that he is preparing to put IKw Mr' H' ,? „ ,E> P ^r, into a solid majority !" na 'J'' ""vie. now? And w,U higher tax on all salaries m, K K <• s with r. D Sf^iS*Kkllr. Churchill could '"' '~ !" h ,f WJJ* "2nd Attlee £2.500 u year and ani'rjr N "NOO?!',??*! G llol,p Krmmenl They have ''Overnmenl • if his advice Is not " industries making big | Nobbs < Auditors i. luny county seats; they *' j j . 'They are going to pay." or |o.ei many suburban „ oanuidate looks forward to provide work for the unemployed (to jam the necessary ,,"' '"' election. If It is not held one of the greatest problem "i June, then il will probably come facing the country, he declares 'A' ^'emher or early October. one difference between this eleetie more seats; to give At barest working [ the)' will need to re B.C. Ticket In Trinidad the)will need to re.""' ""j !" oetween this elee. „„ %  a. Ubour some of the !" J"gL?* ""•'"? "" bo AsTeDlS OfflT dues. Since Labour a „ no "* of cash In the pocket Krease.1 iLs h.,1,1 In the "' "". eandidau-a. More shoutuw. Owing to the uoor state „1 „,. 1 ; i k(1 G ("Gallant Man", n the Demeroro Turf i prize of $4,110 on thi pocket— v-iuos iirst prue of $4,1 lo on the houting. Owing to the poor state „f the N, 'w year Meeting has been sold %  r handfruit market n. the Ilnttivt irine_ in Tnnidad. Mr. 1. ri/..n. Its hold in the "" ""', r.T—"-•*• *we snouung, "wins u that possible.' And the "'"' hiHomess. and fewer hand'rull market i„ the United Kin "' Trinidad. Mr. L. fT^ Ms had, undoubtedlv. PHIS— we can predict. dom since the beginning of the the agent, announced that .". ood.fortuneTWO European visitors to Brit. Z'"' lhC Govorn m nt "' '"* %  '" n for the election have^r !" ., h "f,_ accepled l,ho "' • If-f: bad in 1945. It was ain for the elecUra, hai^m'^I: hM accepled %  "-jVlte Colonial Secretary, n" w, h an n^^eT^nT^ Va " n ,hp oa < ,hp Bri,ii '' •M-Jones-who is much 1;J'',., i", b *f"* on lhal „' Ministry of Food to purchase r h 0AL, T ,'," N ', %  ^ *bu ssus —* 6 i m uun %  • have followed the to stay. "But," he asks, "Is taxation te awing as far as this and government policy to act lo arSi\ i u? .^ ll,p ba !l "' onc c u or another." i"'" b lp que8 " n "e o> the division of opinion in rS*E. /J£\ he J E /"" a < 1 no between two rival %  JM .he deadlock ideas-socialism or capitalism, but !^,.,r m "" Ue .i"' helween the rival self interests Of a obligation on Mr two ciasse^the working class, Oil till' Klno'B 1 ii ..... .. Trinidad. Mr. L. C Kelh 'c.iil, announced that the ticket was one of 10 books he sent to a sub-agent In Trinidad Cost Of Living Little < 'mili-h Up goes the puce of living again. Householders were faced Wiln the doleful announcement in this morning's "Gleaner" that the P ,Tif ?' "" brands ' ronden-,-,, In the meantime codfish has al',' JS" on e up by Hid. per most disappeared from tin maw ..... ,: '";" maximum retail of the masses. Its price U now r C 5. a re N M| es 1/OHd.. other 1/6 a lb. (equal to the best meat .„,"" J; "'January the maxisoft meal) and so the people '"ii" FL a "," !llln Price was inhave for generations been I r £ a e ?. b> '" %  P? r tin when Govcarry on the King's and if^ud^'e^i'T" c ',"**' wh o have for generations been c !" a f?', bj '" %  P? r tin when Gov-. And that does nut ,,^XULJEJ?%$ themselves eatin g M | lft5h almost daily have f !" 1 "" rpduc ed the subsidy, .so Eesrafor, „ the^ouT ^^^^.-2? Si &t n rre'n r u ^r e S 1 o ua' ea, ^ '" lEtfR Z3P W "" '" The eondens.ryd.im. lhal the Ina ly. lo clao, warfare known that they have over lllteen %  " impossible lo manufac| Ubour even In the .Will nut cnuv ton — unless there Socialists would .. .efeat and opposition m '.han a coalition. % %  American Embassy l**"" 1 but gloom ana ~o,„. .„ e,., siruiauci in maussla „d to face heavy leases. It is ,.," ""' '" o ou try and. finally, lo cuus warfare known that they have over fifteen aI ''' '""j"" 1 On the slrcets—In fact this was hundred casks now in the island '"" ''ondensed milk al ., p r„i„ the fate of ConUnental Europe with sales almost at a standstill. '" ,n '' Jf*" which were obl.ineen Ihe wars. with 2,000 casks, bought with Previously, owing to the heavi .i-ii ... .L I(V nil lessee %  ,.l ..' — %  -... the ._ between the wan. ;;;|i', "2,000~'casks.""bougnt tin,, ,„, ... precious dollars on Ihe way— SOMK TRLTH with no sale In sight. I ei haps Ihe visitor I have quoted Codfish went to its present price 15 wrong. But 1 am afraid there when the subsidy — money obTk."" •; oom •'"" ,s wrong. But I am afraid there when the subsidy — money obbrni mm, Al"!?"" Is a prm of ,ru,h In whal ho tamed from the sale of imported gaanuuilng the Marsays, although he contradicts some nee — was remove., a few weeks pClador uou 1 "'' "' the pleasant reading American ago. Buslamante ha. --— %  -^. umiiii m .lie neavi> .....cased cost of malenuls and iDour, Federation —— ,g ..,,,..' %  ^Communists each I of French support. an be on the I -A. "*-torn by the [ !"!" r K.ng Leopold, ^JJttl to (he Germans Hitlers victory. i*rn to his throne. Ijfihed by rising ^*?' An.I now |[ r j| a Judge Manning Goes could be improved if Uv was utilised in the way he susgesU. 10TH YEAR IN OFFICE %  %  """ ouiimeii the il.sidvantage. of colonial producers '" P"ee nefoliallon. with Ilia Mritisn Government, and urged dial the Primary I'rodu,. hlng in their power "to promote and speed forward the Federation of ll„ bean territories," BYE-ELECTION 0 rnanv or." V nelped out during the shortage 01 %  tobeowidoli "'•!•','''" jL "!? es '""' ,ook up appointment WUhileili ,.! '" September, 1948. He has gone united Slates will b,, rK inlo retirement. by nit ion ^-..w-.v. ........ .1,1.(1 Mr. II V Ifyi %  -. M.H.I:. Mr. Youngman Is nlso Preiident of the Wist Indies Chambers ot Commerce In a bye-alacWon \ 0 m\ a ml St. Thomas i (oai.l, ilronghold of tb. l.-<\-nn PSDH] UK| |, lr B.I.T.U .... then candidate Mr. A. A. Knd Federate Th. h.W. "*** D.ilsnc* nuhai no diftowK*. * Will HtLP YOU TO ACHiive voua AMBITION vl.'l' 't*' •" "'^da. •• "~cM IO-OAT ,J* "* 1 ~to reel m, VM b... ..PO. Ho. I7|. MIDOITOWN p U „ f .T.lOOD-*H^^ You can'i keep dandruff a seem—but you can gel rid of il. Dandruff means that youi hair is iiflar %  QUlilhwl and thai bodily supplies of natural, vital hair foods arc tunning low. Replenish ihe supply with Silvtktin and dandruff disappears. Fed by its natural foods', the hair icit.im, ils youthful vica.ur and -lavs m y.nir toad—001 in vour tomb. af aaaa i Ai u .'.a/, mam DOES GROW HAIR %  "' *• MM laafe Leaba I rom all .hcmivt.. hairdressers and stores Sll.Hrla l.bnr.loric. I.id.. I.u.dun. \W.lll, Kn t l.„d 11>u ITS HERE AGAIN/ With (hit G.E.C. net at your aide, ihe wwldisyuurcompanion. Amodernhigh elikicncy receiver, it i, pre-eminent m lone and power. Iia*y. accurate Bandapread tuning covers all di.unt aaaaJojia. (Jrcuits and components are built (or lasting performance Simplunv of controls and a graceful wood cabinet complete a receiver well worthy of its name and your ..ttendun. Model lUuMraredisit:, l Ilandsprcad Receiver BC.4U7; RI. t or A.U mairu, 'A Alsom Iwv clour piasiie eabsnel. Antihtdt for AX. D.C. maim or 6 \oli hosiery operaium. THE CITY GARAGE CO. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS WUHHTINC IHt ClNtKtl £l£crIC CO. LTD.. 01 .NCLaNt, DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO SAVEH mmm^ I if ymi i.r


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SIVDAY ADVOCATE CT ' M ABCB. %  „ AT THE RACES ^ VOW \ l"l UK uinteenlli hmi' n • Hi" ti e rc% H] Mll-k l>c linnlm: Ml l-il. n M %  '•' Bfj .r-ickrd Ivonrt ajflgaj Ihr hrt rife at .1 .,..,., MHfff MgM on the outtldr ind hm on Starr* N(ht mad* First Aid Headaches Alki-Stltm briifs pliisait relit! When you need Kirat Aid fait for the poini of a headache, take Alka-Seltter. Iti bubbling, efletveacent action help* Alka-SelUefi pain-relieving agent to go to work fait. Not a laxative—you ran Nto Alka-Seltxer at ANY lime. Drop one or r-m tablet! In a flaai of water. Watch it hit and dissolve into a iparkling, pi eaant-tasting drink. Alka-Seltzer 1 1 %  -1 11 OF THE GITVEAS : Hon. arldinc f'ollrton Ion Uir rllhli rame first aad Gulnna. Walerrre,, b> a toy SVj by KU: her time tor Ihr 1MB 11 ; ' %  '" "' "' pirlurr on Ihr raili. MiI %  IWMBC POB n Colletor ird I'at tlrl'li.i n Apollo. J r>. Chandlers lillv Watercress, and Ihr un' ""• vraid In Ule first runnlBf of Ihr Barbadonul •( (ondiment. -ihr had an eauy rarr and Good. Third hirv in Ihr ho „nihrd i ~lr.il! Ihird. O'Neil rode SA'alrr.tr.. Cr ll> Ho Did It lie fore! ilv Does It Again PM 1 %  Uriel.. Mr. K. U lcijiils I1.1v horxr b> l-uhiII mil of l.r):hl Rmuile. repeats his %  .urirss ni 1 |Q ikinit Ihr II. 1 .< BeSkcg HI ran 1 from ( g Lgti] 1 , f| %  .. .: Slrrjk. ran o^rrh hiaeen in the rieht hand corner. Ii lABOtfAlORHi INC %  ILKH \ \lll\l I I 11//' // MTHMA You can Ease the Strain in 30 Seconds — 4 toMet Ai .umblc at 11 '• aawhw, ihc Kohaa EtriBtf *wifi relief trom ilioc 0P>nR. thokwa rtacr al 100 familiar to the Atthma .urTerr. One iraaD nblrigocirigbiiotbcrooiofihcu'.ubte. Al ii reaches the tiornich. heal ^ atmi. art releairdloditaoWe-' %  a ef l hde a a.umuUu..n, which %  tM bronchial tubea. %  o „rv-tor-*-Vt .-.plwone build* up "%  Jci %  butilc of Bphafont icxtty, and know at Law. the iiceJoai of caav breathing t effects ^ -= ... 'r**|SIO 3 ;. %  •, l* \0l>r '•* l *** "'",;r No energy HINNI U "r THE BIG ACE : Mr. and Mr. Tommy Edwarda ,.,„. IH our ramrra man wllh Braron Brlthl aflrr hr luil -u., „..'-.-l.l Ihhomr roloun in the B.T.C. Mn m> I milln "hiHIp LalUnwr H*M Beacon Brl.hl a pat on the IIITK .nil 'old u Ihr old hone lave him rrand rate after beini bumped at the start. J ..poor appetite A A rAHOaaUOl Vim • %  %  >• %  •" I "r.und. at the OuilM mwa.. There's nothing better tta PHOSFERINB when joo ftd %  %  miserable. It nrrirei the BJDK banishes weakDesi and dcptenw, purs back much-needed noJitj. T? PHOSFERINE todajl YOU HEED PHOSFERINE THE GREATEST OF ALL TONM FOR Depression. DehHfty, lndl|sWa Sfaepl antms, and af<*rjrfmtll II n>.lrm. il ..,l.lv ,i, I -..el oJ lJOarfj 'flekuSit/Wr'C*' M/fec/ass Just irrived %  L04t>$T4% Winner el the Dutch International Tulip Rally First in the field 1 of IS* competitors Flrtt in the Lodiei' Clou 1949 Llshsn Rilly CHARLES MCENEARNEY & Co, LTD Mil l\ll-F.i New KflH-iriirT adjustable driving H and draught proof Rear • fur : Built-in healing and Insulation of roof %  wlnTIIK AI'WTIN 2 and • TO.\ IIIMh FOH !••• The Austin Loadstaris a "driver-comforl iruck. On a chassis lhal lias all Ihe a 1 **' strcnuth and stamina y.m expect lroro AUSTIN i., .11outsunding new caned to give drivers the best *** conditions they've ever had. It *'" to do their job more efficiently cutting down fatigue. And that wt ^ up operating schedules — and reduce ning costs. THE I II \ssis inder oh. v. :K J J? „. Fully x'e with quussembly. l K khfe V w41 brakes (5 ton. se" -0 "^ nUSTI N you can d e p n d on It II KM I IN BROS.Ilislriliiiiors Hwr Sir.^-'



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gagi ,y. MABCH 5, USB SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THIRTEEN >m y BY CARL ANDERSON Here's the Answer to Your Vane Haulage Problems MARKHAM CANE CARTS CHEAPER TO OPERATE EASY HAULING IN WET WEATHER 4/J Ton I'arlN with Kriikrs 2 I'arls and I 'rat-lorn Ex Slock m ww Arrwtnum OH DBTTtUXS aunKooKin Gordons SUPPUES AGAIN AVAILABLE LOW MAINTENANCE St.-2 ..IMMl -rli W MJMM each ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD, ST. MICHAEL DIAL 4629, 4371 FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING LADIES' COSMETIC BACH Ml FINE POWDER PUFrS. CIGARETTE TURKS PIPES VACCO FLASKS PARLEY'S CONDITION 1\)WDER for Honn COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY % %  • 4 41 SIM 11111% Ol INIIRItl NYLON STIKKINGS In Nr Shndfa . M.S. i>. i pr. LACE all ovrr 36 In. uldr In WMM. Ilciir. UUrk •! $1.17 ptr pr. AIM Trlmmlm Lice ( r „ m e. w i fc p., >d' inn s HH.IH In l.tir A.aurlmriil ol colour* KITCHEN TOWELS lood .lie J r IN.O.lim AY Hill NN SIIOI*. WM. FOGARTY LTD. (INCORPORATED IN BRITISH GUIANA) THE HOUSE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS OUR AFTER-STOCK TAKING CLEARANCE SALE |^nl BEGINS WaluePorode •] •#*&*/ STARTING MONDAY MARCH 6TH OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREFUL HOUSEWIVES AND KEEN SPENDERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED COME ONE ! COME ALL !



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PAGE F'oi IITI I \ SUNDAY XDVOCATT :LASSIFIED ADS. DIED I Oil HEXT LOST aft. IOI.MI LOST TICKET* Iwwtxiakf q 1UC. i.i *#T&. tag* Hum to Arthur Pantln Boole, hnn 4XW 1". Irr IaW • th. Weatbury Cernesery • tckUh, and Ethel OwHOUSE? wli DL-LCI DOMl-M A.VNFX TonUbea*. IT Dial T "-* 1 rr in ii sms REAL ESTATE Co*-, Gap : 1-1 Arm l**UGHTOOD—On fully Furruihed from Ararll i Top Nock GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY APARTMENT < >i*b.-'#d ttak £ Annh-ernary •* %  in*rt THANKS UK t M ALON7.A Dri-ANTY H7^-,** bw u> ihanB iao* who "'"""•^CT^ tlon through the d" 1 "* *"' hl,a ^nd %  '• %  Winifred !-> I hiirlM Untiarnlnhrd Groundjtar town and Club Children" For further parToiiei. Bath. m*ma mam. KMdmp* tl". Dining Room. 3 Kitchenette. K-tehen, Sarvaau Room.. Oaraae Apply H • — %  "-~ %  1M *, rmDH-f Bedroomt ru l *di*tel> 4.t!*-tn : c'i"V Ni "in|El-T)N". YncM Club It eootlata * _. dmt-tj room*. X Mcdrooraa. ki"**r.nd bam For pan,-'" DAro A Scott Dial apply to 4 3 JO—In I'll" t' VITHFti C 2J •arprtrota O Four frinrrt. IIWII] %  '. mplr B. lo M %  •—! %  %  PwB %  %  • i or FT %  cm %  ng account P*:.>'. plcatc G 8. CUMIN. Treoaurer. Si Peter 4 3 :*4n FURNITURE— DeHHrtful Birch. lopillo Ijinni' *uite Aleo Mehngnny refeclor> Table and M g n ogaa ru Doah. At Kip>-. A Bvard'a t aanw %  aaaw, Hard*ood Alley Open %  a.fn to II p %  Dally OM > I am oBennar aA-ar or* hundred a^ twenty propcrUM lot aaia Including Blanlalioni -1lh Nat prtc^ ranfii.i BM CM** A\e hundred pound< upward! Thoae propertiaa whtrh are all oeer the inland can be Men any day except Dm< Oil In m** yo aave a proper-v ar.a • ant to earhanaw H foe a dtt>re-,t .,ne I <-an do It Jtt mat S73 Off J**' Acer o'clock *•• Voura foe aarviee DA A Scott. 4-IJa— i' vou want jour woinr .. I your nrtoreat In place H In %  ha hand* of the laaoae aa i n ad where aafauurwa. U y.. u. me Diai 3743 or IMS and after 4 p m %  4A0 and I will come Your, for aervlce OAirA Scott. Auctioneer and Heal F.'tate Aaent. Maaaiine Lane or Htddla <•<'. 4.3.SO—In rLATS fully furt-laSied with RHnnt* I arying Iftal Hf4 1* > if .ft | t-.,m 1000 nq ft to U.B0* N f N*< — i t oa*t recently built, and water aervlc* obtainable for each apot from Vet.. 4' water main, and oeactrtc aervice Mrthor paeejculan apply Mr N Alleyne | Falrwaya. WoeUilnCa or Dtai 11*4 Tarm CORAL SANDS Worthing; til one furnlahed flat with Slh-ar and Liner, Tor further partleulare. DtaI ^•! A NOTlCt rAllaal ur IT. rum 'antad by Ui1'tai"Commiatlonan Of the above Panah, :v.u i %  aa, lo aerforn lh dntieNu-e. il one for 'he Rural Area*, -alary Ma.M ,?%  % % % % %  % %  -'-1 mmtm %  • %  • low a rar* 'rbart Are**, -alary %  AwM ue accompanied Doctor* CeMiftca'.e and Bapt.mial Certl•cate. Applicai on. will lrweo i eed by th^ underetamed 'ip to March 13th a*. 10 a.m For further parl'~ ~< • W" %  • %  i at w* AM-OU* in %  "** i* i n S — • %  "* "— <—• llm.. lb. > rrt < "" ,'1L~' •"" %  te.tae. tram two (tl properly >^* l "* aeraaoi willing lo become bound wtth tiie aucceaa(ul tenderer (or the due parfoment* of the epn'ract Tbt aeawoaunate quantity of mua re• .itrad & 4.010 ptntr per month and the ftWd raawree. the rtht to accept tfctender of mare than one perton tor me aupply of the whole quantity or tny urt of thU Item AJ lenderera for the lupplT of rntu. mual forward a cert.ncat* from a duly gaaltfUl Veterinary Practrtlonc-. thai the cattle f'um which the milk la aup %  lied era free form Tuberculo-U Th* Bxtard daee not bind tTwrntelvc. in "^" -—"?'ASKAclinj Cl. FOOT LAW reii.'e mfflflj f *,iihcaWwiU.to^h l ng llVjSm ll.D.D Preacrt|on Thu %  .-•*— %  urralV-i* latitcpric Uqu-l KMlat pa-iatratndagplywaotlddMfCl tain ir-eaea, k& the fjatrat, ttopt pnioraoe tad neii.. %  he trowh of .. IWi -u-rr toil%  PRICKLV HEAT, %  \ PSORIASIS. KIM.WORM. PK I ,i irouatn. AC foi :> 1) pKtcrlptloav lirxh-rerc • Aemalroaf l.rf S'ldge P.D.D. PRESCRIPTION SfN-PA\.MA cil In rarl'le Bar %  a POUTc Ujr •..•€. * ^V """S 1 .,^,/ 0 ""' J "~ I sssTrfT-r.i 0 ^ "s s, LADfflasv~ *oSlu r fct" U~ H.nnli'. •""" Cot dirt, from S Virant A**nl> oon, Au> Sch C-iehalot. M V Lady Jo-. Cap' Yacht Serva La Barl. M* V Blue Star. Age" Co Ltd LEWIS. M Marahall. from Brttlah Guiana. [ Sehooner Owner*' Aaaorlatlon IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Cable and WireleM 4i r c C nomine. Hugh Courtney Antoncti* Gunoy. Gcuraa Henderaon. on. Wllbe.I Howard. II -llr. t.l.l I | AUTOMOTIVE %  ( ,i,. -i | loi %  vary pto Applv I Motor On to*4UCli Rt Dial 1741 KM itedal < one 1PU HllltiJUi %  and In r : lodge Cuatom fedan i Fluid er driven and Ud lard I. 13.000 mllea. O* union, i good tyrea : 4 3 M i bj %  riutrg -Br.[ gflarakati StWHAVEN", Cran* Coaat. fuUj tumlthtd. Oaragea, Servant Booroa Superb hathing beach. February. March r. November. December, age go per th Phone *ft • l.tO-l l.n inn -I board an't %  hinjled souae. Front xll, ii... Was Kitchen and o„i on Apply to Mrt M Redi m 1911 Wellington S'.ret' SIM PIKF KtTATF.—Modern I -tore' prop gei*. goundry mnatructad cl coral block •ton* with .leel caaarnent windowWar%  ndah. lo.ingsa. prtaklaal room. Uraa -tea Fully fur-1 "lichen 3 badroom.. toilet *''*- ?'"-•p^.h-tLk^ gTS* *~ -hU •tie-"' I 1 *. a. HlADuN. Real Belleville fu'l March, Phone 3 3 30-4.f.n. ISv|l, ,h March April %  r Apr Hope Plentaiion. Uld 3n %  |\MI\iiW ( itned From April n Sea Fully furn!••,.. %  II J.e. I" ITM SJ 2n "Hill -\-|ig Rt Lawrencar. fumi-heo 1HI IIMHIH 6ari fumJahed H0l ( • .rnlahed FLATS near Yacht Club—furnlahed ft snai I'll l Peter %  rr.i.hed \-liI'i\ li tl I ( imiahed KOC Mil am | lable .Ivortly -ud town propertiea. JJgd. 41 SANTA CLARA FYum IVh March J badT^omt. fully luimahcl vv.n Telephanc k Oaf ife Xpplv Mrt Rudder Dial (IN! 3 3 10In WIMKII niik Cl tbie Cook-Ge'.era. *nK ii van. Pint I ELECTRICAL 4 in%  Hardwood Kaaln r**g.laor D K"-„> afirlkagl a. new 4 yggart and Vr* and rvmemPK .. D.al 1BI3 day or 4 3 4Jn aaaaatnt-t Cabinet Ir Chand A GIRL Oaunter gggtlggd Ira >jld be addi i.icnada. gedorg 1 | % % %  ..,. MISCELLANEOUS i 1 ITOCK Graded I I Suilaabat at a family aaw > a* .... (,.i 3 3 54 In milling or Watch 31 I SO -aa MECHANICAL ." 3 Spree ••!~"4"i bra* — Apply R'doe F I 3 SO 3r, %  '.iranaw Black LadMl I • %  Hoadatara A Carn-i n R-drr.n 4 T*>tora • e 43tS A 449S Cytlat aVUigggj nferaj Hew irgjISfl ana jva sne H I au %  ieie.1 plane Ir.m H.... Uaibadt. an T^e-da?. :ti. March at 3 p "' Fare S37 to per pa t aage For i -n Airwayi Ud DUi 31a* % %  r 4*M I1M k FgaM %  tg 4040 %  gun ghbourh.—1 DtXuS E >n gro-iad Boor now uaed a1-The garden 1> walled all round with .lone the price aaked thia retldence h Ih inapeciing DIXON A BLADON. AgeM>. Auctioneer!. SurxrtPlantatlont Building. Phone 4g*ci l.OMIIMH M .\OTHE Ann:, A: From CANADA AiexanQe. Guild. %  Gwrhdolyn Hendcrton. ITd, Nora aWorrwon gaawaa ,lo, Charhra Hoaa. Anne Wall. John Wall. Maraaret WardVar. Harry Wendlor. Dmclle W-yrthingion. Charles Hewett. Bominiui Either. John Fi-her. Ge-irge Cat*. Oahrlgg Hewett. Bomlnno Kalhenne Caae. Aaron Emanoel. Douglat Nelle. MDEPARTl'RFS By T C A For Trinidad: Jack Har\. For Bermuda Nora Cran. William Clan. Hugh Humphrlc. Joy HumpOrie.. KU1...J Humphriea. Char lea Elaine Petert. Charlet Peieri P*tart. Mabel Taylor. Mciiel Gilbert Tobin. Jame* Olding. nath McGownp. Artnur Bollir Coleoroo*. Alfred FllWrofl. Mr Koehn. Pate, PART ONE ORDERS By l.ii'ul.-(i.l. J. (nrui.n. DBF. I II Commanding, The Barbados Regiment. HO. 9. 3 MARCH, '50 >... Tabjt. OWTRi. May AlUi M/ V\ Clarke N Patnl. Mr. 8 For LgGCIRA %  ftcweiuer. Mr Haro-l Rcwellrer. Matter David ScwetUet Matter Henry Scweiuer. Mlaa Ingrlo Scweitrer. Mm Eve AUera. For Si KITTB . Mr Juatln Redhead. Mr Clemen* attains For ANTIGUA Mira Elearer O'Bryan, MY Duncar Carrlngton. Dr Chrlttopher McConney Mr. Oreo; Pilleradorf. Mr Huber Vrrce. ARRIVAUS From TRINIDAD John Hobaon. L'ruu.i Hobaon, JoaapC Jatha Jonmaon, Yolanda Car %  l Talbot. Concaprlon Bar' riga. Emily Holder George Earle. Doug -uui While. Robert Hillard, Gordon Seamungal. Joan White, Charlea Mill. Corlnne Ggldry. Pamela Hill. Erla Grifnth. Edna Goring. OarlUhJ Chrlchlow. Bob-rt Palrnle. Felix Pouchatt. Haiell Car* -legion. Waltac , .ntry ttpeightttown fl mllaa. DIXON Keel Ettaie AgenU. Amneert. Sum1 "i-. *' %  or-4440 liO IB MAXWFLL COAST Well poallioni S be-lroom property atanding in over gar* Excellent tale bai port unity for developing much needi Cub or Ouett Houae In that are Ample parking lariliUat ai.d tcope f b .namg aaannaioii DIXON at BLADON. Real Etlale AgenU A A.icfloreera raeg, Planiatlone Building Pho.i* 4S40 S 1 SO—In THE a.AlUL' iNear Waterford Ea.1. 5: Michael Pleaaant old world • 'petty atanding In approxI arrei ot neaaant and private ground" flanked b> naj nn0 1 leception. 3 bedroomt dah. double garage. tUbimg guartera courtcard etc ThM .(Tered at a very raaaonabU figure making It an attractive renova %  Ion propoellton Dlxon ft Bladon Rra Etiate Agje-nU A Aueifcaneer. ft I Mr) %  %  1-. 1 PARADES-Training (a) There will be no voluntary parades on Monday 6 & Tuesday 7 Mar "M for Officers nd N.C.Os respeciivfly (b) There will be a rehearsal for the Guard of Honour at Regl• mental Headquarters at 1700 hours on Monday 6 Mar.. '50. (c) There will be NO parade at regimental Headquarters on Thursday. 9 Mar. '50. 2. ARRIVAL Or H.R.H. PRINCES8 ALICE The Guard of Honour will parade at the Central Police Station at 1600 hours on Tuesday 7 Mar. '50. It is imperative thst Volunteers be punctual Rifle-; and side arms will be issued at the Central It Tiafalnar Square at 1700 hours. 3 ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERGEANT FOR WEEK ENDING 13 MAR.. '50 Orderly Officer—Ueut. C ft Neblett Orderly Serjeant—263 L/S Peterkin, C. G. Next for duty Orderly Officer Lieut. J. M CaVI Orderly Serjeant-235 L/S Quinlyne, K. M I. O. SKEWL'S-COX. Major, S.O.LF 1 Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment. Hodgaon. Charlea Garland. Sarah Oarland* Tbotna. Mcdllnd. William Miner. Wmian. Ogllv.e. Jetale OjUvir. g Bolph. fieri rude Rolph. Owrgg Kierwnad. Ludwig Stubba. Wilton Tnom. Julea Turcott*. Eleanor Ward. uarl Webrter. John McBeath. g-or Toronto: Herbert Jarvit. Claire Pocode. Marlon pocoefc, P"n *,. %  £*' %  Edith Paltcraon. Herberi Whuir. Winnie Whhmell. Corah. h ^ n Murphy."Man. C.oech. GuIUcrmo Peraa. Willlam rreernan. Jerale Rno. "" "£^ Ruwll> Hrl#m tSSSS, Din. Paaraon. Alice Pearton. i m i i i %  Rueaell From m KITTS.... lOrg, KoMtnary Wlalav From CL'IDAD TRUJILLO Mr Robert M. Jonea, Mm. R. M Jonet TIQl'A Theodore Giitcnt. Manafleld Hun RED DEAN" CANNOT GO TO THE U.S.A. The American State Deprtn NOTICE "Cantributioiu are aTrtggj for the next usue cf Vat Weymouth Magazine. Tbjat can be sent to the Frtaw G. A. Holdtx. c/o Coa> bermere School, or to H Q Cumberbatch, c/o furrrail 8e Griffith, Solicitors Sva Street. Closing Dgtr-jeft April. 1950. Paymeni m publication." Gerald Annie Dewey ARRIVALS by • %  UCA Mr George Darby. affM. Ruby Girling Dougl-n-Smlth DkTPARTL'RES by Pag TRINIDAD rim Lynch. nthFfcg • Stoute. X" Muriel Stout*. Mrt wia-VPT Shetdton. Mr Waldo SheUfton. Mia SylvL. Boxilt. Mr.. *UrU Sollt. KnowUra, M hfj WtnSTOvtl Anihony. Mr C A Hutchinaon. Mr Wilfred Co'lymorc Mr Harrv Lee. Lord Manton. Lady' Leila Manton. Mr WlUlam Orreit has declined to allow the "Red Su' U ^ir^"-.*rJ!rr*SLK. Dean" of Canterbury. Dr. Hewlett ciSti" inwi,iw Dm."". Johnson, to visit the United ci. "ip*"""' slates, it was stated here today It mstructed the American v.iih.w.. % %  wan u.iu,r,. M; Embassy here to re)ect hU appliSHIPPING NOTICES I anadian National Steamship* MOI.H i: \OTIII: SALISBURY— Uu I % %  aland Ing Hill di'ing unriralkrd [aland Thl. wellbullt lowed ttone retldence lion. 3 bedroomt, i \ Hill Charming an tumlt uf Oun newt over ne aodem but ntelonuim 1 recepiji.j..'.. ang modern arnanlUea Garag*atable* I %  lock pnna all u. Oral claw order Car•^ •circlet houte Approx ggaaj Hit* A |ll>doi. iioneert. tkirveyor, planta I lout Bulldmg. Phoiu t 3 9 In tWFU.INt. HOUSft -The two atoiieJwelliiig houte called "AMaUTBY* win %  hea of land attached there %  ai Upper Colly more RocK St Michael The houae conuint draw ng and dining looma. ona badroom am convenlancea on the ground Soot. H three bedrooma. toilet and bath on In floor aovarnment water and Elactilc U> n.-t.lled For Intpectlon dial 33PT The ai>o\ c property will be tet up for Qgftre. Jamea Sueel o| Frti iiK i:MPL elg-ir I lo M Sialih P*ISCELLANE0US n to i MANTl'D T %  RaVA-SIDE PREMISES u>uble ".-mgi. worthlras i •"' %  taw A A Co Adtocaie Co %  .so—an Fw>r SalearContti. -I/ED NAILS GalvanUed Nalli tl n.par fla O W Hutrhlnao.1 Dial 43S1 1 3 SOan larch. VEARWO ii.ivrr LAND JJ0 aauare feet of land al th. .>. Goyerontenl II111 The above parcel o4 lard will be eat uu lor tale b> public ,.t our OhVe. Jamet Btr Thund-y Iftth Mar.h lioO. al '. | ViABWOOD A BOYCE. -,..,,11-,i. ARRIVAL OF H.R H PRINCESS ALICE 1. On Tuesday the 7th day of March. 1950, between the hours of 4.00 p.m. and 5.30 pin. no vehicle or pedestrian shall be allowed lo past through or remain in Tr.i.algar Square or Trafalgar Street between Bridge Street and the Public Buildings gate. 2. No vehicle shall be allowed lo pass or remain between the r Chamberlain Bridges along the Wharf. 3. Only vehicles ccovaylng %  mms who have received special invitations to tlM nuiosure shall be allowed in the Public Buildings Yard, and they shall enter by ihiNorth Gate. All other vehicles will park in Palmetto Squaiv. as directed by the Police. 4 After the ceremon\ VwMciti narked in the Public Buildings Yard will leave by way of the South Gate. %  rt) requested to stand on the Southern side of the road only. Made under Rule 22 of the Bridgetown and Speighlstown (Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations. 19-U COl R. T. MITCHEUN. Commissioner of Police. Brtd„<' Dated 5th March, 1950. SOtIBBOt ND CANADIAN CHALLENGER LADY RODNV.V IADY NE*a 10th Apr nVth Apr Itth Apr •tn Mi Sth May nth May uah Mar gt n Jan ion. j lih Juno 37th June 3Mh Itl i July 31th Ju atth Jul> Jth Aug SUi Api aih Ap 3tth Ma. lath %  1MB JU 3rd 34th Jui. llWll.1 IN; HOI 1 laud attached al "Briar I 1 ,i,li The dwelling houte taint open verandah drawing ng roomt. two bedroomt and ggaaftl %  " vaniencea There it alto a Lame Kiln In . order on th* premie*. Ti. iimve prmeii) will be *t u" fo' %  ala al mar Omg*. J^anaa S*ra*t. on Friday |tih March. ISfto al I St p m InapecUon on application on the prealga 11 V (Tl MCrMTKN KaWIODW-TlON %  Harrtron A Co* Art DerMrtmenl have %  van opened a entail but l<>te*waUi.g colU lem RewoducUona Among tata re p rgranted gra Bj*j.ie Duly. -.1 Tou lo me -Lau tr*c 3 3 M> -An Matltw 1 G*aChina, old Jewel*, fine ***>• %  -in brly booka Map*. Auto grrapi pet Ai" qu* Chop, 111 %  %  RVar 33M. KHSIt' Tl SI ( I I %  Tit mi* A. H Smith gaga. Hal Cm DL.I 3111 5 3 10 In iikgOJli |„ 'I .-!.: | K..I a .1 Organ 1. rituim tl m M per gallon \t-. B tl r Standard .< Swan gftaai r 1430 3330 tn l I'TLMl I Al Table and DgaOrapefiiilt Spih • tod VMM. I rlion by tpiximtrantt on>. nun wt 11WotrtaTM ttone home. Standlrd m 4UR aa feet land Facing Sat, rn> i-lie.1 11 bedroomi; 1 iraraht rooma. 3 Wihroorm. 4 da**m blitchen 2 aervanti roon 1 : I p> % %  ,. nd kittnatnnit Waler. Ektrlclty; CO VI 4FSIV0 Rocn. %  T. JAMBS %  Two "ore* arnam I bnlrt*Bi .. ,. %  .,,,. ... araaaagg BP vantv room, garag*. awa MM" I 1 ..'king %  *a; 1 !l %  "'I >. from Iowa a) I rented uni novi.lt CRRIST iKBCI , All ihet* valuable larak taw I prialng ''• acre*; I nreg * I acre* and 3 acrea AJO U I on the tea 1.10.000 aid Ml* I .q (eel BMI. ST. PktgUP I I 1 acre, good anew* Uni nnS I i. mile horn Cran* BLOCK Ot F.M-TOBf •*.> i M.IN TO"" I 10.300 tq fl build of • % %  • "w* I wood ana ataal Further paiticulara noB; BARBADOS RIAL ntfA5 AGENCY Ben. W i Ota MTED P OO*? ,rgo Md nan £ SrS. E -7S „vpt Carga mg SOS Monda> th intL The MV C Mcesl ^ MS* aai %  ft. B v -of^Sm'i ,ot Caig" and !" i i^_ Wl -|IOON* ASSOCIATIO" c ^ PROFESSIONAL NOTICE ^ (TO BE REM 0VED) of area. 4*ra. aJdraaya and Nav Blue In II ft ISgauga I gag Auto • %  '... iti -in Megail t __ i ;l .Ne FUt' :.JM TO R ing %  fttodel Dinne Draa. and tape eomplate Black A Red Ideal fat com*) b* aaen t* reaUaa r:ie Court iKew Flat' Haflnga S 3 SO In it and Uou • Top Hal tl.1 3M1 I 3 SB—tn I Oil s \l I HOISE SPOTS BUILDING SITES Cash or Easy T rms From 10c. p*f Sq tool up ElECTMIC BUS and WATgB 8BRVICXB AVAILAB1-E H.KV.UK HOAD KENB1HOTON. Si Michael I FRIENDSHIP Hotharaal Turning. Si M | I Till PINT CROSS BOAD. St Michael WElt'HES now KlNtiSTON t.ABDIN 4 KINGSTON TERRACE ihiovgh from Oovernmenl Kingaton Rung. Si Michael Applj ERNEST D MOTTUY. OnV* C-.leiidgar Streel gl SBt: Bod.. One Boarded and Shingled House (Hilton) in H I I Road Termlssion to inspect *JjS ..le may be yv ottained from Mr CRONTY ^ ^ at the Office of the General Omnibus Co. Ltd FRESH STOCKS FOI I HORLICKS MALTED MILK 3 Hid C.ERM1CIDAL BOAF l' 'Nako r.k fKA BOAT OlNTMrNT < REAM OF WHKAT ALIEN BURY S MALTED FOOD No 1 PAl ATOL COMPOUND MENNEN BABY POWDER JOHNSON BADY LOTION CRXAM .. BOAP C CAILTON NSfM Whol-Ml. & HatoU Dtuqqial 136 Ro.bv.ck Si Dial I We/come SUNNY BARBADOS AS A VISITOR YOU NEED TO KNOW CERTAIN Dtt TAYLOR'S SrrilU BLENDED RIM Thr is no "Kidding" about this Blend na II— t. MIJ.> H. Jmhm It. Dial 1315 faai/fwr A Smmn Ltd. KoebiK k stift THE BARBADOS Ml'Tl'AL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Invites Applications For the post of CANVASSER Vice Mr. D. H. Alleyne. resigned. Applications in person and writing will be received up to Tuesday. 14th March For particulars apply to ... . C K BROWNE, Secretary. Bctkwiih Place. Bridgetown 2S. 2. 50. Kill ..llll Mil Ms — Al (THINKERS — si KVIVORS DIXON fk BLADON JOHN M. BLADON I COLD SPR1NC COTTAGE ..side Cottage. St. James coast 2 assOAMaBe, wide verandahs, good sea frontage with deep water inuhed £3.113. Th llViiaSn %  %  anWanMlMV pionnME* All Fa x a il B nTf **~ **rondaiT fc*"*! .hip. in evarr %  raw "j o ~l "^."Si S^l I caw Btoss I"



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02JDAV. MABCH .".. 1350 -1 Mm XDVOCATE CHURCH SERVICES ii IM PAGE FIFTEEN Churchill And Stalin Back To Methuselah The Way To Peace Lord lii.i. ci-ln-iM.k .vo social raun i„ •• %  OTM Ueoplc of Bi it.iu n the Immedl i %  mplre leadership. I kt;<> Ihai praeperitj depend firm foundation <>f a lai >araM for the manufi cturtn "'. , industries in the United Kingdcni. ..';;;' ho keepim of .tie people in %  ; '','T^„ ThM >'• %  Financial LndThmen some o %  • %  M tone %  atkntMlfth (Stttfl voam hai %  Civetnlcal Social i tes on th* nv %  id : nere .ind elsewhere t<> "Penicillin increased theexpec:%  wider potsibililies because il get* down to the fundamentals of life itself, the human 1 % %  < %  -, JT ; U crsnip oi Britain throughout In* %  d Power, the Emuirand in roreian c. i %  ^••W. in tne prov ,, w w''L ," J r >reasinK need which n %  > % %  the attention of Churehlll %  Bu; it Ii m That brings n pressing 1" ihe hope of making the sterram Now~in the iin K >loc the leading ~ ,.,_ exchange in the world, Otflth. CPam %  *•*" Ihc dav of *: £* %  jjaWW I affiff*" \ WRK-L' %  %  ComwR* ••vvn%  !rt Ti-n comma imwrti and i .,![ have the tree pound Tl pound boucht and sold in evarj • exid market with no iyiricilo.. at uniting the people in one the price which it will command. mmon purpose. At present, the value of the pnunn HR out the frontier... abolish' %  % %  %  rwdlum of international exin the change, Lav the pound go free brought Remember alwnv* the great theme, the mightv purpose of had UiC „ppor, U „,,v ,U,n„, Tr „„ „. unlls „ f h „ rm .„„ ^STSmStlmZ he past like the American Loan M tapir, n^j* %  tnutive ol n.nl i had chance to talk with ,,„„ on „,., or the folly of the Western Union crj which Would mean only the nibjugatlori uf this great Power All these small issues should be Me .ii tati appeal to the British people "The difficulty at present that the supplies, which come only from the adrenal gland.: of bo in the unenviable cattle, are very limited, but a wide roungar -jeopie. of tir.dmg ii very difficult 'n me fu. UUfl to die. "There s no .casan why your CCUa shoulj degenerate o %  Uoi claimed that tha drug, cortisone, was more nearly connected with the nsjMMi Lf of the human bo.lv far develop.-.' %  prolonging life. .in.l racUB arthritl portant maladies that are being treat. [bug .it |140 %  %  •oniinued, "1 hai another forty years of chemistry ahead of me. because what \w search is being made for a \egehave laboriously built up for yoti table counterpart. The Medical uicil has %  team now ii&l tt men i plant. 1 cannot predict how long people may live m the future. There's a good prospect of human.' outliving say, the tortoise. And, if human cells can be renewed. W 'S"t m ihc end „ . lB ** %  *" I" >lup„l oppopropels 5hailcr.^. A,. cuimn or uw wai an.inM („,,, „ ,. lls |y hut ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ maybe lh( Now tinb-.is of ih,ii,,,** "' l 1 1 %  '"' ""I —*> %  '" , '. r "". h in many ut, to larfM all our ,i,it.T,-n,,s 2h SaS" B, S ,11 nano, I..U, roanrri frr PhuvrhUl ,\ Ih "" l" nhl *'"" so to give up all our grievances. 4ati,i toll • r he h B ri foil en. UU, ri U !" *> wh "' *** *>' "' K ^~ lldSrt hat Uen %  "' ^ XaapiiiB Of S,' u-onM L\. Churehtll and those uf hii coloVSS 0i V!" lM WM who are bles5ed by ,hc raiaad In Bir. that final task and ultii I i Z, Uiumph, the United EmP^eaaet bhaw dn(i Ud > A 810 '; )lW wlt h Peace and Tranla or New EteJ ughout the world. —L.E.S. Mn| to what you ere g< In to do in the future V reap enormous rewar.i In an interview. Sir Ian added: 'I have no doubt that humai II be very nvich longer P the near fUtUM. It i> alread\ moving that way. Why. thu ears and ten is considered there is no reason whv we should nothing these days. not be able to go on indefinitely Much work is going on in la—(I.N.8.) % '-'-****>'OW9*0000 '.'S^*'.',;,;: ,',*,-.-, 1 n MOR IVI V\ %  -%  |H %  ft* D. c %  T p %  Mb O %  wrrcoMFiiv. i %  %  BARIl.XHOS Y.M.C.A. • Mil.Ill a-. t- I Grim Fool ball Pracaaaaaagaa* i> %  a BIM* Study Craup IM by Dov. 1 lr M %  astt] Bth 1 tn G p.m. Jwn Tcnni* fH^* B n et B-li Prat.I |^|^Hp> *'" p.m. Fooiball Piar%  % %  MIIH! u< Seoul Oroup. %  es^LBI B IS %  lafefafer llth Football Practice. SALVATION ARMY i a. Holinaaa Mwtii> Aihniaiii •.Sai..' mi I A. E. MoArlt .v.\ Cl NTKAI asn U Si.,.OBTlN En c*h; 11 J %  % %  an Mrrt,M C l'i, I'uti niit aUrnei i m a n %  ek^nBLV ? i ti' r \m H-TMI \. HI K. a OF (.on ksai; ii >. He i^.Ked of Churchill's charade-—which he admired He' spoke of Churchill's political! phiKoophy-which he U Sttttng at a long table, with Molotov on his left end Utrlnofl acting aj his ititerpicler (there were no ina in the room, and 1 was the sole trpret CtnirchlU'i menj). he made many obser-^tione on Churchill' nil steadfast course In public life. As be talked he drew red pencil of the heads of nn. Itr Ahuv. him hung the picture of taWBB Teiii. : Kngela T!i. no other ornaments In a room almost II ira, eel by tl e ;<>r tinkle ol i h la%  downt JFtt it himself, neaklng bi apparently wnai dtetatoriaJ w But not for long did he stray subject—Chun-lull and Churchill %  ids and actions showed i.d Churchill tad his admiration and respect With that background, if W I USSIoll .' the conn, ". hat an "p. in ending II a.m. i n peei I t CM Q pie of Churchill's i strength and power, that we can .. %  the enjoyed by him other Indeed, DO Briusl "ffK* has ever had as big a pot i leader. >f course, no use sending 1 into a negotiation Stalin save as Pi Britain. I k for ,nif iv other i nee ii is oi %  %  make him Prime Ml he conditions in whlcr negotiations can be would aii be guilty ol the foll> ing such an opportunity When Churchill %  '•* • n J. ;i grave reaaionalblHts rest on him It is his duty to lake pan to ndlscusslonj which prunarily concern the i ntteg RueaAa, the two torn bombs, germ wart %  the Hydrogen Bomb. Churchill has indeed IIMMIIM i A R PETS Siw-j: ft. by 1\/~ ft. and 10'' 2 ft. by 9 ft. Alsi UaWUPeH IK IIOI.I.S 6(t. wide AH very reasonable in Price. I. i Lid. Insurance Company's Assets Increase By $10,000,000 In 1949 Assets of the North Ainerti in iii< Aaaurane) Company eft increased by J1U.1B8.534 .luring last year, according to the (Men report of the directors for the year ending December 31, 1M9. Majsv change in the assets was in the company's investment in first n gages which increased during the • ear by $8,504,680. than 178.000 ordinar; policies and 23.000 group distribution of the rleates were in force at the end oany's investments which have of December las: year, tnteres been effected In the 1 for the vear has also incrcaaetl to 3.85 per cant M compared 3 7i per cenl I car. •' ,rr K :in<1 ,; Challenoi Ltd the K This increa-. D Kidnev. Pgfl HII tn CVTTTfri WELOINC. BATTEKV illMUilNi; HRAL n I:M\<. Miniir, KCi-Mi> (idltWlN i:"MIEN BARBA1X)S C.ARAGB. ISO. Roebuck St. lil..l .1671 m VIEW ma MM II\MIV(.~ BnKBAIW i\(in.i.\r < i i il.l.V BfOCKBD KAIKS: 55.00 per D upwards tlnclusivr) 10 A 11 Roebuck Street I M*ln [total Qui .... Kottssss MMI kitwttna. i pan. of :l. !" LI raaaAji can am lla.ni Th* R r iy U 'i>v''the 1 'Edinburgh k p IIV In IK. 1 .(.day rven I Chrut to th* Nation* Kvouoaci E.O. mi a. N WJTKV HO*D : p. m s un day SBut to strengthen that inwr— %  —' I %  Pimples and Bad Skin Fought in U Hours £^': !: ."r "'* !" ? -Want, tel duT.nal ."*. ....,-,, up onto ^? *}J1 BL -aaaU not du0sW SW*! R l PUMttaUi rapldlr into Ihi tttH UBkprovB"* * !" m w ^ J _, • *urfa<* lil'K,tn thrat 1 warm. %  ? SK3i ifS !" 0.1 Mn*~ i !" ^;";_NOTICE To every Consumer oi Electricity generated by the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation. Ltd. •— on competent authority that the I %  %  %  e elech M and %  i I H m %  .. the Barbados .V i %  Storei ena i' iMk %  His Excellency the Governor of Barbados. nic light and powei .. Barbados Supplj Corporetlon. Ltd. of Barbados have ack of proper service from thii corporation, n providing %  i .. lighting, << other u lectricity, The losses < i n, and the Island in discouraging < promises an i en made at to A normal eervlce but there has been ml that Your Exec;., power undei which the Barbados UnaUo deal with such a ing You to cause an inlUon to i>c madt Men will eovea ">per generating equipment to supply continuous light and power to all con l in the cost of electricity in Barbados, and .. information. FOl'Kl 'i 'he 'surcharge' on bills should be I tiunaliy made aa luring wartime, also why the ditnpt payment thould not be restore*: t it'i ii [fie appointanant ol I PubUe UtiUUes Commission of < Itn full aulhont> tad financial matters, including a reasonable limitation an to dividend pay.t' ,ir co-operation and early %  :. or incontinues to affeci advers*;dual '>ti the Island of Barbados. 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I'M,I -l\ll f \ MVDAV ADVOCATE -l M)\\ tin O %  CMrtw %  • i-am•I'.O.OOO and 400.00 %  • • %  omaibu* and undcrgmuiul %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  knrarafMM • 3000 1' : transport About ~n pi i work and ttk rtaff at Orly. the cap innn dintanre airport Inn in the provinces Krulcr POCKET CARTOON k, QSMiT LANCASTER ~£am*timtt I can't fit womOertno Hat howJor.o ,n: btbefer* rathe? $imi!at %  tor*. ttmrt avT*artna In th' Mart** Seven Fined 2'6 Each Leipzig Fair O/wns Today Restrictions Lifted % %  %  %  the war. Ll \ %  %  %  Reutcr Md 2 Q :ind I. \ cists !o be paid in seven days on in default seven days* ImprisonM Wonmp Mr. H rridaj when they wei • found guilty of not keeping th.'i. PMpOTl I aid Harewood f Alkin.v Tenantry, St Mx Colly more, Elaine William Essie!le Phillipall of Lodge HIM. The offences were rommittcd 90 January 4. .ere Mable Crick, Maud d Wilfred GUI all of Whitehall Road and their Oflls HWl :.uary 9 RUM FOR CANADA THE 4907-ton steamship Lady %  %  > %  was loading her upplles of molases, rum i .irgo for Canada and Northern Ifftn The arrived from I,I Trinidad, la and St Vincent It brought a largo comprised of limacol medicines, hardware, •natches, hams fresh fruit. About 9 o'clock tonight thi* : is scheduled to start from ..town on .ts North-bound %  ' Messrs. Gardiner Austin Co., Ltd are agents Milk Cost 15'A TINE of 15 to be paid in 14 days or in default undergo one month's Imprison men 1 v | posed on Dudley Hibbs a labourer rrlngton's Village yesterday l m Wonttip Mr H. A. Talma nam found guOty <>f uplanwful possession of six tins nlk he 'VBS com* Trafalgar Square — which was reasonably suspected of havinp MB or unlawfully obtained Vcrident At Worthing in an ac: %  bl .ib'-i." worthing. Chrwt chu c* with the car M-306 owned an i driven by Mr Roebuck Street. The right front fender of M-306 imaged No one was hurt. Wounded With Stiek LAUr.ISTON BROWN a 22vear-old labourer of Jackson was put on a bond for three months in the sum of E2 when he appeared before His Worship Ml 1L A Talma yesterday. He was found guilty of wounding Hazel King with a stick on her )aw. right hand and head. The offence WHS com" March 3. \ Stern Warning To Czech Bishops PftAOl %  %  direct* a : .uistrator of UK ratta The -..le Office lastfcal Affair these letters: "For a long time. endeavouring to spread unrest •.lunKable that in fu%  •trest ol : working pi %  %  M Holiday Adventure In Britain NWI Talk Series Beginning on Monday next. 6th nford Vaughan Thomas will broadcast a series of weekly talks from ihe well-known tourist ceni'res in which he will not onl> act as an orthodox guide but alst himself 'over %  %  ipter State Visit of Presidenl Auriol DMI broadcasts an ( n the comln*. I to say about' • I \ triol df Frame ami .' %  Auriol who arrive in London on jnd will spend a IM m of Their Majesties at Buckingham Pal..re Science And The Stale On Fi eommg week Ik From the Third Programme* will be given by Sir F H S |hi distinguished scientist to whom ...rid owes o much for his fork in radar MARCH ; At last DUNLOP CANVAS RUBBER ALL roads leads to the (Shed) on Monday Night March th 1950, to the DANCE sponsored by Mr. Charles Lynton (well known Butler) at the Children's Goodwill League. Constitution Road. ADMISSION —; —2; Music by Mr. Percy Green's full orchestra — BaT solid' All are invited. -*•**. "'•"< %  .?.;,., II tlw Open mm irw Editorial* BIO a in farad* %  IS am Ant hob** 'Breaking The Ground %  %  aiyB> ntsivt lair aasr" %  Mr i officials —Reulrr Thfg Weather %  Ma Sets. HI v m Muon tlull i I irlil.iu. I (• |> in I, in 1*1 11 Kllti RatoJall iCosMagtoo) ui m> i. ,1,1 i i • IBA. 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'. iowmanston Breaks Gambler's Record Hmrrh •' 19.10. ^urftau louwate Prirr: SIX (F.XTS Vear S5. Jjnese Xalionalists gnbers Raid Canton '00 Casualties Reported SltKi.ius.' of the Kb do thi> by candle fc. meat mi; life* wants to (io iel, beonlv entertain%  %  wre will v of the cuts. tor spends about tor but .n the that Uw III liquid form. |Bwwr AUJ> BV His is about $5 ot %  to throw HB awl feels that should bo for this Jho pointed out, that pe eight cei %  feat "maintenance" %  a fair supply of Company. i slock of i *.. mm n :%  terv HONO KONG. March I ialionali*, bombs and machine lure than 700 pggaa a am j dc in Canton s worst ever air raid Shamci-n Island were dama K cd.' So Uf a* can be learned then no foreign casualties .,„ ahameen. the former AngloFrench concession, where most u i M> city's foreign homes and offices are situated. Several 500-pound bombs were reported to have badly oamag**. s,amons Power Station in one t its most congested areas. rot nrst alarm was sounded ai "clock, and the final all clear aid not come, until shortly beiore '"•umght. Some reports state that 1,000 Chinese are leaving Canton each day in the exodus, which hat been stepped up during the past week, following Nationalist warnings of coming raids. Many are seekspg refuge on the coastal islands of Hong Kong ano Il ium colony of Macao Canton Air Defence Committee today advised all "non-essential civilians to evacuate the city immediately following yesterday: NattotstlSM air raid. Women and children unable tc! itve immediately were advisee %  heltcr in the suburbs during the day. The Committee ordered a tightening up of air raid precautions. %  Ild the dispersal of goods in wareHouseholders iran taM matr Terror stricken evacuees, who arrived here today, saic? thousands of people wer? camped near Canton railway %  tatlOB, awaiting trains to Hong Kong.—Renter. RMORn BRl\hfK Han I D ChandlerBov. m.nsl.n proven Banal. I very fast filly b> breuklns the F Clans record i..r lurlonas -hen she won Ihe Chelsea Stake, ynterday on a Usht rein. Keennd is I'..S|„TIIII hn flowed ihr iui>rr 26 II. found Ihr iHfe too much. Crossley Is on the winner jnd l'-M.r gg A at Third. JV l.rhln I is Holdrr H it M in %  fc on the other hand |bu.;lv %  ^cookirii; and She even maker ^Pattm cleaner r totalled S flat to gn back to the Iteard and tub and which i hf Clean [Bet an oil stove ^^^^^^ %  n away 1 1 few pears, is now Ughi1 L '! F Cook as Parlia i would L ' Anti-British Feeling Runs High In I J.I I. 'Barbados Advocate riiiiaaaiaiilsiill BELIZE. March 4. Last night anti-British Bawling ran high at an anti-devaluation %  ting with the Peoples Committee Leader, Johnny Smith. I ling self government for I British Honduras. This week was letter week. The Peoples' Committee Secretary George Price sent daily lotto the Governor RonaH C.arvcy demanding immediate employment at living wages for 2.000. TinGovernment announce a -table conference on March representatives of the Peoples' Committee, labour, businaaa and Government to review II baa and adopt immediate ; solving measures. During a two week lull in active demonstrations, thousands | of new members stamped to Joi.i Pteairal Workers' Union and a country wide showdown over I is momentarily expected Princess Alice and the Earl of Alhlone this week sent a message to the people of British. Honduras regretting that she was unable to visit now but hoped to visit later—(By Cable). Librarian Disappears In Budapest LONDON. Mar. 4. The Librarian of the British Information Service in Bucharest and her husband "disappeared" during the course of last night the Foreign Office announced today Her husband, it was understood, had no connection with the British Diplomatic Mission in Bucharest. They are both Rumanian citizens, Earlier this week the Rumanian Government asked Britain to close down the British Information Service In Bucharest. The Foreign Office spokesman | announced last night that the British Government had decided to meet this request It was expected that strong representations would be made over the disappearance of the Librarian. -tenter Refugee Jumps From Swiss Plane ZURICH. March 4 A Yugoslav refugee, who hadi been refused entry into England, at* Northolt Airport today threw himself out of the Swiss air plane which was taking him back to Zurich. The man. whose name is being withheld had stated at Northolt that he would commit suicide if he was refused permission to land in Britain, On the way back to Zurich, thoj man suddenly got up just n had was being served on the plane. Hoj handed his tray to the stewardess i opened the plane's door and j jumped out. A Zurich official said that theyj had no idea how long me Yugo-1 slav had been in Switzerland nor exactly where he had come from. iter. Girl With Demon Predicted Communist Defeat In U.K. Elections ROME. March 4. BROWN-ROBED TRAPPIST MONKS arc trying t • exorcise a "demon", which foretold the rout of the Communists in the recent British elections. The monks kneel beside a 22/ear-o'd Italian gui. pmylng fro ming till late at nigh whiUthe .lemon insidiher. the say, "growls fiendishly The n fair-haired Domenica. is brougr.to the Trapplst Chapel ,.f San Maria in Scala Caell. outsid' pano ivery day and thrl .tart praying. The demon loi nents the girl. The monks sai 'hat when they start their praver •ailing on the "evil spin: he glr 1 she is toaaed to the grounn ind rolls on the stone floor, writh ng in furaaus internal conflict Goril'a-likr sounds I ips," the monks said. One of the monks, Fra Bfi nardo. said the girl is 'ouite norasaT, when she Is brought fm -he nearby Convent school, what. •Be is lodgmg. But as soon as sh. ttaps into the Church, tho "demon starta its -Kii-u, rj 1B gui fete. iU run away, and the monks, then robes flapping and their crucifix* iwaa/itlg, have often had to cha-< after her. At the Convent .. hoi the Mother Superiui. Stster Ann.. said that the tlrst unuau he girl were seen almost 10 years ago. Doctors and nerv. specialists could not tlnn if the frequent bouts of white i ; temper, and terrible in! she had Snakes Born Alive Hon. Vincent Roth. J P.. Curator of the B.C. Museum and Zoo announced on Monday that one of the two Anuconda Snake: at th* local zoo had given birth to 17 baby Anacondas, eacli ate M uring 2 ft. S ins. at birth. It was planned to present then, to scientific expeditions now in the Colony collecting i-pecimens for British and American Zoos, but the young Anacondas diad on Tuaoday night. It was the first time snakes were born aliva in the local "" %  %  ? and soo. fenauer Objects To |frwich-Saar Pact Min-h 4 MOor, Ui on* agninsl I -,*£"*""" "' ""' i from Wi %  K equilibiium. %  >f the U ' BcrUn nd I %  , then wo are 1 Bthu." D •*" Gtrman Gov^*>Hri> affcclcd g**". because the ^ urewnted ^* • %  •Ad not bepjeitienFjecliit.,',.. R Bnt:„. E BJ be .h.-injed h\ %  rn MUH that any ,Saar was not an independent ,-nintry In the discussions loading to the Petersberg Agreement last November between the Westi nwan tad Western Gerthe three Allies repeated that the Saar question should be decided in the Peace Treaty. Dr Adenauer declared that 1 French Foreign MinisBonn In Imumxy, ba Implorod him to let the Saar rest, arguing that there was no Great Oillicultio iied the extraordinarily luulues. which a nonNalinnalist Federal Government wouui have as the result of Ki incw-Saai co communists were accused of putting 400 slip* into the voting Greeks Go Ta Polls Today ATHENS. March 4. Loudspeaker cars toured the i-in-soaked streets o( nltiaas. today blaring out last minute appeals and slogans for tomorrow's General Elections. The walls of the capital were -mothered in multi-coloured paper strips with the names of rivai candidates, and huge portraits ol party leaders hung from electric lamp poets in the main streets While Party propagandists were making their last minute efforts in the campaign, due to end at night fall army chiefs were taking ovwr from the civil authorities throughout Greece. Senior officers will be responsible for maintenance of order from today to next Thursday. Troops were confined to barrack* and Police were standing by Prime Minister John Theotokis 'oi ftewter today that law and order prevailed all over Greece —Sealer Might Lead To Another World War NEW DELHI. Mai M. L. Pignon, French High ion miMonar in bstfo-t Ihina today that if the!, %  .tnmunisi IT %  imio-chin.i. l< adajht i I belli" tor an international wai An attack against Vietn., would be considi -.• as an attack on 9twtn ha nld I'ilinon was *& conraranca hat* %  to Indo-China after %  P. MIS Replying to . coaraapondan ^ ki liKii'-rinna h uld ba able su munian i Indo-Chlnn. Plffoon said. "Yea. ti Cambodia have morr morwj %  rn.iiniai power than they had fore"; and added: "This mud %  pc.wrr |i increasing dailv —Rente. Wins 5 i /2 Furlongs In 1 Min. 8t* Sec. Dead-Heal In Spring Stakes D()WIH\M1)\. Hun J. I). Chandlers three->ear-o!d bnnvn lilly nut of RestiRouche-Pawky. yesterday enrrn .! ofl the Chelsea Stakes over .Vfurlongs in the record time oi I min. S 1 % %  SIM-N when the Spring MeMta| >f the Barbados Tun fhih iipcneil ,ii the (•nrriMin Savuiinah yesterday. Bang m ;ins ton cut I/111 sees, oil the record set by the Ciainbier for "F" class iiors.s over this distance in 194S. The weather was line mid the Stands tilled hut the crowd on the grounds was a comparatively small one. The prizes paid in the Field Stand, the Forecast and the Pari-Muttiel were >ii correspondini>l> small. In ipHa Of Ihi-v the racui: extremely keen and some gruelling battles were waged %  | III positions during th course of the day. The biggest upset of the day .v.is whati tha kad Blue Btiaal ballad to laan • place In I the Barbados Turf Club Stakes %  Mr K t) I Beacon BrlgM n ;i eomfortat'S to justify thi heavily Appad M win the raco but although he waa ownta •he leiders he nrver looked like winner at any stage of the race. The I prizes passed tha four hundred dollar BMWl I reach. ed the (Ivr hundnvl dollar mark. ["lie I l >49 ioa to the holder of ticket nowResults At A Glance FIRST DAY I IH I X M I Uiuk IYVI NMBI rnr> %  -l< OSO ,i,, I Patnn "in. x \t i Ap-.u., p n roi am BACI Baacon Dtiain iLatumari Uun Sit* .(-mnlryi Tiberi-, Ml M K\< I nali i\ II kin Tanao tThirkrlli %  SKVINTN MM I Lady Itoll* -TI. I uaiial %  • lllllCllwlljl i IOM1 II %  \t i 8aunu I . rcaaUj. U.S. Missionaries Must Leave Czechoslovakia PRAGUE. March 4. The Czechoslovak Govern mem has given the American Embassy u> understand tha.' all American missionaries will be required to leave Czechoslovakia at an early date, an American Embassy spokesman said today. The American Embassy had been advised that the missionaries would have to leave in accordance wlvn the new Church Lnwa that all priests be Czechoslovak citizens. The spokesman disclosed that four American Catholic priests at a Benediction at Broumov. Nor.1itastern Bohemia, had been expelled during the past ten days.— Reoter. Heaven's L:idrier For about ten days now. th Hirl has been taK* rhapel of the Santa Maria in Scab Cacli ("ladder to heaven") Here, before the altar, a rouid mattress la placed on the flooi Thv girl, according to :he Mniu cannot kneel. She lies on th. mattress. When the priests .hant over and over again "Come out nf her avi ipirit." screams and cries of "no" laava bar mouth. Her fair, ros complexion turns ashen, her preti face becumes horribh ed. Dm inn one of these bouts praying a voice, which the monk Insist was not the girl's norm, voice, said: "The English Com munists will be defeated in th elections I The words weie repeated thr I tunes, then the girl fell into I dead faint. Domenica. who was brought t Home for this treatment from rn hometown of Spoleto. Southei Italy, does not eat or drink an> thing at all when the "spell*" II upon her. At other times she ha< a normal healthy appetite "You must understand, and M try to make her more unhapp than she is now." a monk toi. Reurrr* eorrespondent who trie to get an interview with the glii "She is very sick f/.& Charges Hungary With Violating Treaty WASHINGTON, March 4 The United states hi Hungary with treaty violation b failing to compensate adequate,. I: i under tha Hui %  .aiii.iialisation Law to the Hung..: .ud the Unlti balfl Hurujarj snhjolly responsib'r for the payment %  ompensation It atkad American i ll notify the Covemmerlosses resulting from the nationallsatloii and leuture of their The hrtaa) hrtuta, affecting %  Waihe Hungai ...v. Law of lai Forced To Confess WASHINGTON. March 4 The State Depai lonight that Bulgarian po. i forced a Bulgarian employee o the American Laaation i al as IM'U ot Western Intelligence activit t in that i —Renter Soviet PlnsirisK Gd ^lalin IVi/s LONDON i The 80Vk outeaaodlng arorfe during ly-*L* The Coul %  each to two scientists (bl .. .'! %  types of stellar systems. Professor F Andi i Pathology Section ot th. cvolviim and appj of curing internal diet eluding ulcers and high bcl pressure, by sleep th. Thcvoroski of the MOMOW Tel' %  Bin gained as>.. developing a new high transmitter, and prize* given fo engineers, who improved turbines for the Dneipe -electric power station Russia Holds U.S. Citizens WASHINGTON. March i hs i nned states has renewco I a charge that the S is raftering to allow some i 2,000 people with claims to I nan citizenship to leave Ryana -two have beei. led lahoui ramps for an average i years each, the state ihit declared. I In an exchange of notes with I Kirk, pubatgn MIT.I %  iii' 1 whom the Embassy listed as Americans in priaoy camps had now been %  eountnev u described laUnir complaint M %  replj to the rajgaatad complalnti as im • the Husslan claim that tha Unit* States is hoiuing Soi Us occupation ton pat-tmenl -aid this was ai repaated eharaj* hased on the uns rjniis j n ai 4 mil G m mmi nt i itetaUon I > %  Iltng to raanra to uw ii —Bleuler llesi Dividend ...v ktond paid W'as 111 the lust i.iee of t.lu when thos4 who plai :ember Song in that H ^41.04. n in the Barbados Turf club Stal *i\/e for ling race was th and a %  vh.n Mr L .1 I lirev mare Silver Bullet Hi Mi I O C. Pi rk L us BeauAli for ihe first place. The honourr ware fairly evenly divided Ron .T D Chandler and Mr. 1 • :ins aa ownera Payne and O'Neii scored two wing The Police Band under Captain liaison was In attendance and rendered a well chosen programme that ranged Vlen••e
the clec Both these and aV are aaaaBtsaUj versial. One oi the biggest .tele additional cxpendltui servleer, particularly The Conservst any evidence of wasteful administration, but without a Hack in • Socialist policy — < Beater j 23 killed As Mob Clash With Paine Twenty-three people ed and 17 injured in a clash te police and vill Kaiauli. lUO mih Wtdne | Thv Dis.Vict Superintendent ol Police of Karauli and Inspectors were among those ki 1 ed. The Police had gone to to arrest certain peoph veiling a food control on I they were attacked unawares b; BRITISH HELP CRITICISED AtRBM i A Greek General St;-:' nique complained toda> : Ash help to Greece in 1941 wai ; "iMithiiiglike enough t %  listed only of '1 Winston Beater. Inviting You to give your patronage to K. W. V. PrOdUMd ..: I'AAIll. I >i'K PBt .H1II urapn are Ira ihe wine-m., %  kill, under Wlr.c ExperU trail.. the HM In Europe and nt Slellcnbuach. Cpe DIM I'aarl S..uth Alrirun Wlne hoe Inimll ..IKI dU. to boiMUtf are tamoui . HAAItl. Ml nil M Ml SIMIH. SIMRKLIXi; — K.H \ M-\lthl.INI, IRANsi HlliilK imam mm. KV\\ ITASKUNO loonaou) (in nrniMi 1-iQiKiK—" mini -i.i TH inns h\ \ m m.K III M IT NO HKTTEK WINKS THAN K.W.V. .... .a. ... ,.,,. .„„„ ,.., Ih... K I .N|. ,„ „„ .....^


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19.10.
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Prirr:
SIX (F.XTS
Vear S5.
Jjnese Xalionalists
gnbers Raid Canton
'00 Casualties Reported
SltKi fli killed or injured
Jjiilc-i"! I'H' buildiiii;*
BrilKh builHinss on
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a* in ihe <.:
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^L tor the Electric Con-
Hpsooiuon. One person
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gsjiBds that Invi
ax 5 regai Is equlp-
^ hut iLsj
It MCOUHLs (if llli
pained in n
fc charge paid by con-
^lasooablc.
fag compl.iiio that he
karv: M
pvino uc>.ius.' of the
Kb do thi> by candle
fc- meat mi; li-
fe* wants to (io
iel, be-
onlv entertain-
wre will
v of the cuts.
tor spends about
tor but
.n the
that Uw
III liquid form.
|Bwwr Auj>
BV His is about $5 ot
- to throw
HB awl feels that
should bo
for this
Jho pointed out, that
pe eight cei
feat "maintenance"
a fair supply of
Company.
i slock of
i *..
mm
n :-.
terv
HONO KONG. March I
ialionali*, bombs and machine
lure than 700 pggaaa. amj dc.
in Canton s worst ever air raid
Shamci-n Island were damaKcd.'
So Uf a* can be learned then
no foreign casualties .,
ahameen. the former Anglo-
French concession, where most ui
M> city's foreign homes and offices
are situated.
Several 500-pound bombs were
reported to have badly oamag**.
s,amons Power Station in one t
its most congested areas.
rot nrst alarm was sounded ai
"clock, and the final all clear
aid not come, until shortly beiore
'"umght.
Some reports state that 1,000
Chinese are leaving Canton each
day in the exodus, which hat
been stepped up during the past
week, following Nationalist warn-
ings of coming raids.
Many are seekspg refuge on the
coastal islands of Hong Kong ano
Ilium colony of Macao
Canton Air Defence Committee
today advised all "non-essential
civilians to evacuate the city im-
mediately following yesterday:
NattotstlSM air raid.
Women and children unable tc!
itve immediately were advisee
heltcr in the suburbs
during the day.
The Committee ordered a tight-
ening up of air raid precautions.
Ild the dispersal of goods in ware-
Householders iran taM
matr Terror stricken
evacuees, who arrived here today,
saic? thousands of people wer?
camped near Canton railway
tatlOB, awaiting trains to Hong
Kong.Renter.
RMORn BRl\hfK Han I D Chandler- Bov. m.nsl.n proven Banal. I very fast filly b> breuklns the F Clans record i..r
lurlonas -hen she won Ihe Chelsea Stake, ynterday on a Usht rein. Keennd is I'..s|tiiii hn flowed ihr iui>rr 26 II.
found Ihr iHfe too much. Crossley Is on the winner jnd l'-M.r gg A .....at Third. JV l.rhln I is Holdrr H .....it M
in
fc on the other hand
|bu.;lv
^cookirii; and
She even maker
^Pattm cleaner
r totalled S
flat to gn back to the
Iteard and tub and
" which i
hf Clean
[Bet an oil stove
^^^^^^n away
11 few pears, is now
Ughi-
1L'! *
' F Cook as Parlia
i would
L '
Anti-British
Feeling Runs
High In I J.I I.
'Barbados Advocate riiiiaaaiaiilsiill
BELIZE. March 4.
Last night anti-British Bawling
ran high at an anti-devaluation
ting with the Peoples
Committee Leader, Johnny Smith.
I ling self government for
I British Honduras.
This week was letter week.
The Peoples' Committee Secre-
tary George Price sent daily lot-
to the Governor RonaH
C.arvcy demanding immediate
employment at living wages for
, 2.000.
Tin- Government announce a
-table conference on March
representatives of the
Peoples' Committee, labour, busi-
naaa and Government to review
II baa and adopt immediate
; solving measures.
During a two week lull in
active demonstrations, thousands
| of new members stamped to Joi.i
Pteairal Workers' Union and
a country wide showdown over
I is momentarily expected
Princess Alice and the Earl of
Alhlone this week sent a message
to the people of British. Honduras
regretting that she was unable
to visit now but hoped to visit
later(By Cable).
Librarian
Disappears
In Budapest
LONDON. Mar. 4.
The Librarian of the British
Information Service in Bucharest
and her husband "disappeared"
during the course of last night
the Foreign Office announced to-
day
Her husband, it was under-
stood, had no connection with the
British Diplomatic Mission in
Bucharest. They are both Ru-
manian citizens, Earlier this week
the Rumanian Government asked
Britain to close down the British
Information Service In Bucharest.
The Foreign Office spokesman |
announced last night that the
British Government had decided
to meet this request It was ex-
pected that strong representations
would be made over the disap-
pearance of the Librarian.
______________-tenter
Refugee
Jumps From
Swiss Plane
ZURICH. March 4
A Yugoslav refugee, who hadi
been refused entry into England,
at* Northolt Airport today threw
himself out of the Swiss air plane
which was taking him back to
Zurich.
The man. whose name is being
withheld had stated at Northolt
that he would commit suicide if
he was refused permission to land
in Britain,
On the way back to Zurich, thoj
man suddenly got up just n had
was being served on the plane. Hoj
handed his tray to the stewardess i
opened the plane's door and j
jumped out.
A Zurich official said that theyj
had no idea how long me Yugo-1
slav had been in Switzerland nor
exactly where he had come from.
iter.
Girl With Demon Predicted
Communist Defeat In
U.K. Elections
ROME. March 4.
BROWN-ROBED TRAPPIST MONKS arc trying t
exorcise a "demon", which foretold the rout of the Com-
munists in the recent British elections.
The monks kneel beside a 22-
/ear-o'd Italian gui. pmylng fro
ming till late at nigh
whiU- the .lemon insidi- her. the
say, "growls fiendishly The n
fair-haired Domenica. is brougr.-
to the Trapplst Chapel ,.f San
Maria in Scala Caell. outsid'
pano ivery day and thrl
.tart praying. The demon loi
nents the girl. The monks sai
'hat when they start their praver
ailing on the "evil spin:
he glr1. she is toaaed to the grounn
ind rolls on the stone floor, writh
ng in furaaus internal conflict
Goril'a-likr sounds I
ips," the monks said.
One of the monks, Fra Bfi
nardo. said the girl is 'ouite nor-
asaT, when she Is brought fm
-he nearby Convent school, what.
Be is lodgmg. But as soon as sh.
ttaps into the Church, tho "demon
starta its -Kii-u, rj1B gui fete.
iU run away, and the monks, then
robes flapping and their crucifix*
iwaa/itlg, have often had to cha-<
after her. At the Convent .. hoi .
the Mother Superiui. Stster Ann..
said that the tlrst unuau
he girl were seen almost
10 years ago. Doctors and nerv.
specialists could not tlnn
if the frequent bouts of white i;.
temper, and terrible in!
she had
Snakes
Born Alive
Hon. Vincent Roth. J P..
Curator of the B.C. Museum
and Zoo announced on Mon-
day that one of the two Anu-
conda Snake: at th* local
zoo had given birth to 17
baby Anacondas, eacli ate M -
uring 2 ft. S ins. at birth. It
was planned to present then,
to scientific expeditions now
in the Colony collecting
i-pecimens for British and
American Zoos, but the
young Anacondas diad on
Tuaoday night. It was the
first time snakes were born
aliva in the local """?
and soo.
fenauer Objects To
|frwich-Saar Pact

Min-h 4
MOor, Ui
on* agninsl
I
-,*"*""" "' ""'
i from Wi
K equilibiium.
>f the
U ' BcrUn nd
I ", then wo are
1 Bthu." D
*" Gtrman Gov-
^*>Hri> affcclcd
g**". because the
^ urewnted
^* Ad not be-
pjeitien-
Fjecliit.,',..
R Bnt:.
E
BJ be .h.-injed h\
rn MUh
* that any
,Saar was not an independent
,-nintry In the discussions load-
ing to the Petersberg Agreement
last November between the West- i
nwan tad Western Ger-
the three Allies repeated
that the Saar question should be
decided in the Peace Treaty.
Dr Adenauer declared that 1
French Foreign Minis-
Bonn In Imumxy, ba
Implorod him to let the Saar rest,
arguing that there was no
Great Oillicultio
iied the extraordinarily
luulues. which a non-
Nalinnalist Federal Government
wouui have as the result of
Ki incw-Saai c Last autumn. M. Schuman had
said that France's interests In the
Saar a ,,momic. anil
that politically the Saar should \
tarmany, He did not
know why M Schuman had aban-
. .< "V.'.-
appeal
the American Governc
39 well as to Franc*1", he said.
He recalled that Acheson had
informed him from Paris that the
States pledged itself to
h \ Uws in the Saar. i
but would undertake no obliga-
tions outside the Peace Treaty
The influential West German ,
newspaper Frordcfuner AUcyc-
to-day called yestn
Aowaaaaol th*-
against the
voungrst German Republu
other West and ,
newspapors wa
n under haad-
lina. . R IpaoT r. i .
SfaWa s
ned* "Danger
Communists Hold
Up Debate In
French Assembly
PARIS. March 4.
Prime Minister Georges Bid-
ault. pale but determined, sat bo-
und a battered and overturned
Government front bench ;his
morning facing noisy Communist
Deputies still determined to ob-
struct the Government's Anti-
Sabotage Bill.
The Government bench was
overturned during yesterday's
free-fwr-all fight between Com-
munist and anti Communist
Deputies, culminating in expul-
sion of 100 Communists from the
Chamber and Republican Guards
being posted round the building
An hour and a half after the
session was resumed, at 2 a.m. to-
day. Communist Deputies tabled
a series*of points of order to ob-
struct debate of the measure,
which is aimed at checking 'he
Communist Campaign against tne
war in Indo-China
Shouts of "Fascist". "Hooligan"
and "crook" were hurled at the
PPPU-'fJ Republican Chairman of
the session. Fernand Pouxon. M.
Francis De Menthon. Popular
Republican leader, who waa tram-
in yesterday's fighting
and had to receive first-aid treat-
ment, was back in his seat.
rh' Communists, were under-
stood to have drawn up a register
to ensure thai 50 of then mem-
bers were always in the Cham-
ber throughout to-day and to-
asjfbt
In one vote, early this morning.
>o communists were accused of
putting 400 slip* into the voting
Greeks Go Ta
Polls Today
ATHENS. March 4.
Loudspeaker cars toured the
i-in-soaked streets o( nltiaas. to-
day blaring out last minute ap-
peals and slogans for tomorrow's
General Elections.
The walls of the capital were
-mothered in multi-coloured paper
strips with the names of rivai
candidates, and huge portraits ol
party leaders hung from electric
lamp poets in the main streets
While Party propagandists were
making their last minute efforts
in the campaign, due to end at
night fall army chiefs were taking
ovwr from the civil authorities
throughout Greece. Senior officers
will be responsible for mainten-
ance of order from today to next
Thursday.
Troops were confined to barrack*
and Police were standing by
Prime Minister John Theotokis
'oi ftewter today that law and
order prevailed all over Greece
Sealer
Might Lead
To Another
World War
NEW DELHI. Mai
M. L. Pignon, French High ion
miMonar in bstfo-t Ihina
today that if the!,
.tnmunisi it
imio-chin.i. l< adajht i I
belli" tor an international wai
An attack against Vietn., .
would be considi-.
as an attack on 9twtn
ha nld
I'ilinon was *&
conraranca hat*
to Indo-China after
P. MIS
Replying to . coaraapondan ^
ki liKii'-rinna h uld ba able su -
munian i
Indo-Chlnn. Plffoon said. "Yea. ti -
Cambodia have morr morwj
rn.iiniai power than they had
fore"; and added: "This mud
pc.wrr |i increasing dailv "
Rente.
Wins 5i/2 Furlongs
In 1 Min. 8t* Sec.
Dead-Heal In Spring Stakes
D()WIH\M1)\. Hun J. I). Chandlers three->ear-o!d
bnnvn lilly nut of RestiRouche-Pawky. yesterday enrrn .!
ofl the Chelsea Stakes over .V- furlongs in the record time
oi I min. S1 sim-n when the Spring MeMta| >f the Barbados
Tun fhih iipcneil ,ii the (nrriMin Savuiinah yesterday.
Bang m ;ins ton cut I/111 sees, oil the record set by the Ciainbier
for "F" class iiors.s over this distance in 194S.
The weather was line mid the Stands tilled hut the crowd
on the grounds was a comparatively small one. The prizes
paid in the Field Stand, the Forecast and the Pari-Muttiel
were >ii correspondini>l> small.
In ipHa Of Ihi-v the racui:
extremely keen and some gruel-
ling battles were waged |
III positions during th *
course of the day.
The biggest upset of the day
.v.is whati tha kad Blue
Btiaal ballad to laan place In
I the Barbados Turf Club Stakes

Mr K t) I
Beacon BrlgM
n ;i eomfortat'S
to justify thi
heavily Appad M win the raco
but although he waa ownta
he leiders he nrver looked like
winner at any stage of the race.
The I prizes passed
tha four hundred dollar BMWl
I reach.
ed the (Ivr hundnvl dollar mark.
["lie I l >49
ioa to the holder of
ticket now-
Results At
A Glance
FIRST DAY
I IH I X M I
Uiuk iYvi
NMbI rnr>

-l< OSO ,i,, I
Patnn
. "in. x \t i
Ap-.u., p n
roi am BACI
Baacon Dtiain iLatumari
Uun Sit* .(-mnlryi
Tiberi-,
Ml M K\< I
nali
i\ ii kin
Tanao tThirkrlli

SKVINTN MM I
Lady Itoll* -ti. I
uaiial
lllllCllwlljl
i IOM1 ii \t i
8aunu I
.
. rcaaUj.
U.S. Missionaries
Must Leave
Czechoslovakia
PRAGUE. March 4.
The Czechoslovak Govern mem
has given the American Embassy
u> understand tha.' all American
missionaries will be required to
leave Czechoslovakia at an early
date, an American Embassy
spokesman said today.
The American Embassy had
been advised that the missionaries
would have to leave in accord-
ance wlvn the new Church Lnwa
that all priests be Czechoslovak
citizens.
The spokesman disclosed that
four American Catholic priests at
a Benediction at Broumov. Nor.1i-
tastern Bohemia, had been ex-
pelled during the past ten days.
Reoter.
Heaven's L:idrier
For about ten days now. th
Hirl has been taK*
rhapel of the Santa Maria in Scab
Cacli ("ladder to heaven")
Here, before the altar, a rouid
mattress la placed on the flooi
Thv girl, according to :he Mniu
cannot kneel. She lies on th.
mattress.
When the priests .hant over and
over again "Come out nf her avi
ipirit." screams and cries of "no"
laava bar mouth. Her fair, ros
complexion turns ashen, her preti
face becumes horribh !
ed.
Dm inn one of these bouts .
praying a voice, which the monk
Insist was not the girl's norm,
voice, said: "The English Com
munists will be defeated in th
elections
I The words weie repeated thr
I tunes, then the girl fell into
I dead faint.
Domenica. who was brought t
Home for this treatment from rn
hometown of Spoleto. Southei
Italy, does not eat or drink an>
thing at all when the "spell*" ii
upon her. At other times she ha<
a normal healthy appetite
"You must understand, and m
try to make her more unhapp
than she is now." a monk toi.
Reurrr* eorrespondent who trie
to get an interview with the glii
"She is very sick "
f/.& Charges
Hungary With
Violating Treaty
WASHINGTON, March 4
The United states hi
Hungary with treaty violation b
failing to compensate adequate,.
I:
i under tha Hui
.aiii.iialisation Law
to the Hung..:
.ud the Unlti
balfl Hurujarj snhjolly responsib'r
for the payment *
ompensation
It atkad American i ll
notify the Covemmer-
losses resulting from the nation-
allsatloii and leuture of their
The hrtaa) hrtuta, affecting
'
Wa- ihe Hungai ...v.
Law of lai
Forced To Confess
WASHINGTON. March 4
The State Depai
lonight that Bulgarian po. i
forced a Bulgarian employee o
the American Laaation
i al as Im'u
ot Western Intelligence activit t
in that i
Renter
Soviet PlnsirisK
Gd ^lalin IVi/s
LONDON i
The 80Vk
outeaaodlng arorfe
during ly-*L*
The Coul

each to two scientists (bl
.. .'!
types of stellar systems.
Professor F Andi i
Pathology Section ot th.
cvolviim and appj
of curing internal diet
eluding ulcers and high bcl
pressure, by sleep th.
Thcvoroski of the Momow Tel'
Bin gained as>..
developing a new high
transmitter, and prize*
given fo engineers, who
improved turbines for the Dneipe
- -electric power station
Russia Holds
U.S. Citizens
WASHINGTON. March .
i hs i nned states has renewco
I a charge that the S .
is raftering to allow some
i 2,000 people with claims to
I nan citizenship to leave Ryana
-two have beei.
led lahoui ramps for an average
i years each, the state ih-
it declared.
I In an exchange of notes with
I Kirk, pub-
atgn Mit.i
iii'1 whom the Embassy
listed as Americans in priaoy
camps had now been

eountnev u described
laUnir complaint M

replj to the rajgaatad
complalnti as im
the Husslan claim that tha Unit*
States is hoiuing Soi
Us occupation ton
pat-tmenl -aid this was ai
repaated eharaj* hased on the un-
srjniisjnai 4 mil G m mmi nt i
itetaUon I >
.
Iltng to raanra to uw ii
Bleuler
llesi Dividend
...v ktond paid
W'as 111 the lust i.iee of t.lu
when thos4
who plai :ember
Song in that H ^41.04.
n in the Bar-
bados Turf club Stal
*i\/e for
ling race was th
and a
vh.n Mr L .1
I lirev mare Silver Bullet
Hi Mi I O C.
Pi rk lus BeauAli for ihe first place.
The honourr ware fairly evenly
divided Ron .t d Chandler and
Mr. 1 :ins aa ownera
Payne and O'Neii scored two wing
The Police Band under Captain
liaison was In attendance and ren-
dered a well chosen programme
that ranged Vlen-
e Konna*a "All eotrh

The Meet romlnues on TI
LUXURY
FOR
COACHES
ARGENTINA
LONDON, March 4.
Fifty luxury coaclu
hipped 10 Argen-
tina this month.
I If M fern laoaji and
UWtabaa to five posi-
'ii narrow-beamed reading
. h paaaonaja
n-mile
MWUI n'li" lling.
NO NATIONALISATION
IN KING'S SPEECH
nw<:
Madman \\ ants To
Kill Hi- Famils
TCRIN March 4
Italian police were today on the
lookout for a raportrd:
mailman, who is travelling some-
where In Italy with the lnten..on
mating" has lamlh The
man. 3J-year-.
Paolo escaped from here last night
ng declared Insane He
ifter tell-
iai pesaons that he wanted to find
. in Southern Italy and
kill every one of then
LONDON. March
The Government's Programme
lor the coming session (in the
King's speech on Monday) will
contain no Nationalisation or < 'her
controversial meanires The budget
will likely be delayed until April
18th and mav also be as : dcur-
tess so poaatele depending on the
outccme of the present debate
within the Labour Party on
whether it should face the -oui.tr/
as a moderate "Labour Welfare"
Party (deliberately dropping
Nationalisation and other policies.
which would alienate the iniddto
Ihotet whom L-
not get big majority at the next
flection) or as a militant Socialist
Party
Moderates have most members
and most power, and wll! pro-1
bably win. but may have to make
some concessions to militants
The first must" business < I
the new sesrion will U
plevnentary estimate* which n u
be paaaad before the estimate.- ft
the next fiscal year, which their-
selves mu*t be paarad
end of lh*A month.
The Treasury already pdvanei
fM.OOO.fajg to various depari-
nsonts in anticipation of supple
mentary exper.dituic estimate
which ware held up b> the clec
Both these and aV
are aaaaBtsaUj
versial. One oi the biggest .te-
le additional cxpendltui
servleer, particularly
The Conservst
any evidence of wasteful admin-
istration, but without a Hack in
Socialist policy < Beater j

23 killed As Mob
Clash With Paine
Twenty-three people
ed and 17 injured in a clash te
police and vill
Kaiauli. lUO mih
Wtdne |
Thv Dis.Vict Superintendent ol
Police of Karauli and
Inspectors were among those ki 1
ed.
The Police had gone to
to arrest certain peoph
veiling a food control on
I they were attacked unawares b;
BRITISH HELP CRITICISED
AtRBM
i A Greek General St;-:'
nique complained toda>
: Ash help to Greece in 1941 wai
; "iMithiiiglike enough t

, listed only of '1
Winston
Beater.
Inviting
You
to give your patronage to
K. W. V.
PrOdUMd ..: I'AAIll. I >i'K PBt
.h1ii urapn are Ira ihe wine-m.,
kill, under Wlr.c ExperU trail.. the
HM In Europe and nt Slellcnbuach. Cpe
Dim I'aarl S..uth Alrirun Wlne hoe
Inimll ..iki dU. to boiMUtf are tamoui
. lllt.ll Ql ALITV IM. HOI J I Ii l\ -ill.], UKII \
IABLI.-K-.\ -vniliMlNBLlM KM V. CABEBNE1
\t \ II.MIN
SHsasiBSwa Hum no. i kw v MMona
. ll'l It.. K \ KIMIII lil I 1 I II I;
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HAAItl. Ml nil M Ml SIMIH.
SIMRKLIXi; K.H \ M-\lthl.INI, IRANsi HlliilK
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(in nrniMi
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IT NO HKTTEK WINKS THAN K.W.V.
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PAGE TWO
M'SDAV ADVOCATE
. L O II I
iiv q
I BLONDIM
p L A Z A -non .t ndai iih Ui 'KAMA -1 "TK* TWh MJC
Id* LI DIM 1 ne i wu 1*1*0. 1 1 K CARROLLS
Dtar nm mm rot Hnno /
t
EMPIRE THEATRE 1
PRFSFNTS ON -
riESIl \t TTII .i whim -HIV TH Al 4.30 snd k.30 p m 5
Till WOKI.IIS (.111 ATIST MK.'I.W
PRO. NORICE De LA ROCHE |
HI- (HARMING VOISG sMERKAS AHTIST1 >
VELMA
n*ED tABARKT immiium:; ;.
Hill Sim and lUnrr Her Way Inlu Vour Ilfirt V
I :tl< I tln-h. II.M; Boies MOO: ll-joae Ik. lKmrv>i, $
Balcony 50c. < t'lm .rrvfrt). .'
I rs ON SALE DURINC THE DAYS OF SHO I I
.v/.v,WW,w/w/w,.w/,,////-,jl
2 HOIKS (II M \(.l< AND II. 1.1
Ticket! on Bale kimii. (ran 7
Prim : Bulk :!!<.. ttrek :ili<-.. Balcon) 18*, B
WPOBTANT
IN TODAY .'.
CHAND I MINI SHOW
Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE
and MAKE Cycling a Pleasure
We can offer - -
CENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR
SPORTS MODEL
\Ko- -
( fcla Lights,
Lucks.
PoUsfabl| Cloths.
OU Caiiv. iiiil
Lubricating ',l1
THE BAB8ADOS
UMM'KKATIVK
COTTON I- U
iOKY LIMITED
HIS Ex Governor
Capt. W. Lan
the S'
terdav afternoon. The Governor
also opened the Comi
and P
erti Jrcoks hi* Jaw:
Pr.A\:
ago. r.
C. B.
received a rusts
After the match he d
he bad broke)
check up in I
he w.i
been tort) and it will
some lime before 111 i
Bui thai does not i

great restraint from
was persuaded not to play :
BBC the week follow:-
but hi Is back in the Want
now. leading the forward
'ormer dash.
London Art Exhibition
AMONG the exhibitors at the
t| London An Exhibiti' l
now being staged at the Gu Idha..
is Mr. J. M. Campbell of Booker
Bros., Deputy Chairman of the
West India Committee. His contri-
bution is an oil painting of a
brghtly coloured vase of flower*
against a blue background. An
thd construction and solution
of crossword puzzles are chief
among Mr. Campbell's hobbies
OS occasion, some years ago
ltd a complete cross-
ve-iini;. II was at th'
time when the West India Com-
Clreular used to earn i
puzzle every month. The chH
.. i
rord contributor told tin-
Editor he could not manage a
puzz'e that month. Mr. Campbell
ed S crossword in time to be
1t In tl\o Circular.
l^Mv
Ca)ub CaUwq
s- ---- -> -
4 &
PICTURED are The "High Steppci
Empirs Theatre on March 16th ar
colourful production.
Asst. Operations Manager
MR. c. s. HEWETT. Assistant
ST. A
of T.C.A., in
dos on a short routine bushw.s
visit. He will a!
'turning to Mm
Bermuda
GLOBE THEATRE
BRINGING TO YOU UNEQUALLED ENTER! AINMENT
OPENINO SATURDAY KTH AT 8 30 AND JLST FROM A
TRIUMPHANT CARNIVAL SEASON ITS T tINIDAD S
No 1 DANCE ORCiI .HE HOI' tHOTS
AfjrATK (LIU IIMMI [Members Only)
TO-NIGHT (SUNDAY TUBS ft THUHS. NK'.HT AT 8.30
BUTCHERS Present ...
BROOKJimmy IIANLEYDinah SHERIDAN in
K1K rod ALONE'
A Tender Love Story with Ilie musk oi ALBERTSANDLEK
and his Orchestra wilh HELEN HILL, also The London
Symphony Orchestra, Bolollt HEDDLE NASH.
i:>iin.i: im: vim:
So Shou TO-UAV
Kepunlii
MIIKKDH al Mf p.m.
TRINIDAD 8 HOT 8HOTS ORCHESTRA
.nil
THURSDAY MARCH BTH M B 30 PM
LOCAL TALENT (with 8 Now STARS)
MADAM TIAM FOOK (DUTCH GUIANA'S STAR)
TOOLS! TOOLS!!
MR. CARPENTER
THESE ARE AMONG OUR NEW STOCK
II VMM II-
I wk sn Mlh i : I i>.il lui
sran 11 mis
' I HI.! '.si I is
cow* Bom
TABU \it I s M bi ,\ drivkks
mi not i
SELECT YOURS EARLY

MMBWA."-..Htass.
IIOVW (WorlliiiiKs)
LAST SHOH TOSH.II r it H.3II p.m.
Republic Douulr
iih AUTRY
w CHAMPION Jr.
fid
36W w / oU Klut
TWILIGHT
OM THE
MOGMHPt
A REPUBLIC PICTURE
\\u
In and Out Even Week
ENGLISH HARBOUR in Ami-
*-. Bui is said to be the most
sheltered and suitable harbo.u-
for yachts and this year there
has been an increased number of
yachts in and out eve'
Never less than three
all the time. It is lell thai Anti-
gus ll their best midway stop
bStWtajl Puerto Rico gnd ll.i.-
bados.
On several occasions yachts
have come into English Harbour
and found that they have to go
an the way round to St. Join s
harbour for port formalities. The
discouragement which this causta
was keenly felt by the parties on
the "Revunac" who went through
this experience when they arriv-
ed in Antigua about ten days' ago,
and it Is hoped that arrangement*
4 fiJMs, so that pratique
can be granted al English Har-
bour.
The "Revonac" owned by Mr.
Harvey Conover of Larch mont.
N. Y., is considered the most
modern ly equipped of all the
yachts that bus visited Antigua
duritiK the season. Mr. Conover is
;;rd by his wil<
other couples, Mr & Mi
k) Mr. f. Mi
Stephens. Mr. Staphan
nected with the well kno
yachting Arm of Spai .:
Stephens NY.
From passed
through St. Vincent and
ami from Anji la
through UV '*. Bal
Anally up to Cha
Virginia,
Tbata yachting (oik might ofti -
be tired by the time v.
Antigua and En
should be placed
: lilt, veu -

ail goes to behjt to build up tin
Tourist trade

. ent -pot when

ni,:ht ix' [ntrodi i
Recent Visitor
AHKCtNT VISITOR to Anti-
gua was Mr. Brwtn
,..ger of the Ptpsl
Cola Plant and Canter Theatre :
lie was the guest Ol
Dr. & Mrs. Z Weisengei. He i
well known to British Virgin
Islanders for frequent i-
work for them (n the American
V. Is.

NUrdi Cru
IT was "Mardl Gras" night In
London on Tuesday. 21 si Feb-
ruary. Cyril Blake and his
Calypao Serenaders joined tones
with Humphrey Lyttleton and his
Ntw Orleaners at the Royal Hotel
ill Ruaell Square, for an evening
f dancing and singin*. Lords
Rsglansi and Kitchener were
imoag the star attractions and
many professional an.
students from the West Indies
Acre present to hear them sing-
ng their favourile Calypsoes.
Editor of "Newsweek"
VflR. MA1XOLM MUIR Edltoi
i'l- of 'Newsweek' and President
t its B-iard of Directors is spend-
'iC a short holiday in Anflgua.
s." in Erie dates M ,, _^
,1 ITth. These live lovely ladiei .,., Chorus ftjj
Returning to Jamaica
Londfl
\i;i i
Jamaica this week. This li'r. 6 m.

owner has beengpl nth
Jamaica. Dffi- \x
ntiai to can-
ning. But now Akcr
to grow grape vines and
ship Jamaican wine to LSrttBin.
Incidentally, it i.
thai Sotheby';*, London
ruction rooms, are soon t,> -|| for
i over i hundred letters writ-
ten I' Iron
the West indies by his am
Arclas and Jonas Akeis. fn Onfl
of these letters ArstSc Ake,
from Bt Kltts, iH full of grief, with en
. almost empty boU)
to give you vso
an th-
capture ol this once Boui
happy Island by the I
Troops." Oecui
by the Ki'-'iieh was, of COUTSe,
only temporary.
Perplexed
A group ui LaaUs
vi ted

... e Pbj

1
i ;iii beven'l I

-m> husband says that ..
no tails; shell jackets :nv nut Ol

ill his
Exclusive Tip
Tident tint
the r
exelu-. I ithotlt
IM Kate
They'n df! it was a certainty
right up to "i'
l
1
happen that
Keisl. '..ri
where ,he hs hA
l,reo -v auVMal
ly passed her ScmSi
'I the Ontario b3
and then worked loll
11 K-iglish flnn iW
HeKiiie, usfl
Do Not By Cm
p
:
M
C1 Mr. Gtrall
econd son at %
Royal, have voudhl
i:' ttun.' Therokasi
Family seems to ts/^
i.therwiie quaata:
'tie and readeact!,._
' Memben d i
Family though, dona)
*<>ke part in pcti&S
< ally, than, he wm I
other grouaOsfm i,^
he was not la Enoagj
Electoral Roll wa \
Comings Abo (
MH. George Ca,
President al |
'..m Chi
yesterday bj TCA^I
--i>. :md to vat \
1 ih nts who are Sgu
' L.irlorlos, and *j]
port to ir^et tke I
..:a
Hotel.
Dr. Christopher ktj
Chiropractor :eft ;
i i W. 1. A. for Ab _
me U.S. He bsya
. : '.
.ncandWli
nth to NMsJ
Mr. and Mrs. i
|
pending <______.
ue Ocean View L
'I' I'.A. yesiertaj.1
laell was the flnt
Radio DistnbuUflB bsl m
..d in Bsrisl F
eemad very amy to 1
Colourful Picture
THE <'.!.:! Stan i
. ii picture
then
the most oddly shaped
Use Police
Band hi
'eating out the tin
their ti i
Among the Guests
MR. A I PBA
apt chairman of the
Commonwealth Bugai talh
Ixindon. was among the gu
a lunchi
in honour of Sir William Rook,
late Director of Sugar Su]
1 inchcon
n DJ Ml L II "ike. the
Agent-General (<>r Queen
A mont '
: We ii ourrw BI
Dssid
v\' stern's sod gnfesl
it W.I.A. 'oraaaj
School.
Frank it "ill bf
to be __
M PC.sale]
Water Polo for tassf
..f the lads],
iVaier PswOj
He Is now in the Sh.
of U B O.T. .nTnaSl
Dr. C. BelaaaQJ
Mr r*>f
rday bj B"Jj
son Crusoe Hold.
Mr NonnasNe*
Plantation SWd"
Cuiana arrived
,:,onths' hollaW "t
wife, the fo^fVj
IVrnandes and tla*J|
BaySrai
5'
liood Alone
CROWN GINGER BEER
jmiwmcHw
CONTE CORTESA COBB UWRENCE
THE CORNER STORE
OI.VMPI4 llll ATHt:
Hi m iii Ml HOMM] r,.i Hii.M.i.i, ..-.g.n.
KppubJIr SBu.hllig Uouhl-
Jaorl Msrlln. Ulllun, ruhl. Tnuntou llji
I > :
KINGS OF THE GAMBLERS"
and
"HOMESTEADERS OF PARADISE VALLEY"
itk \IUa Lim iu rnl -,dtr. B.kkr Btalit. IbiUa Wcalaorlh
SPEND
a little
RAYON BROCADE
36 ins.
Peach. Blur. Pink.
Lemon, White
A beautiful rane ol de-
liuhtful colours.
and SAV?
A LOT1
by buyinS "^
Special 0er V*
EVANS & WHITHELDS
DIAL 4606
DIAL 4220
icllinff a|;cnt (ur
iVKNl I MINs slim 8
SI 1.10 pair
"'* Kl11 il }"" lo hu> i|iiulil>
HIGHTONE
in pui*
?0
36 in*"*
Jul 'V1'"*~??
(or J*
K
All prices advertised


US makch:

Siler _.
jllre. C w R
i-
Mr*1'-"
We Are"
I of oun
men) In
- wv '
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGr THREE
Up for the Race*
MMr* Cyril Banu.r.1
urlved yesterday n
the Lady Rodney r
cent- Mr. Barnard has two
entered In this meeting. 'Joint
Command" and
They are la Barbados ., .
Race* and are staying at
Marine H
I 'riissmiril
Mr. Ho
W '
Hok. !" '*
I W. Accountant
... Ac-
aSHnd '-
^^^Kbont a
SJ^Hred on Friday
EM 3.W :
KCfr Christ Church.
Lijll il ' tfnter.
fit the Lodfc
Taj D. MUUKE tuld ine
EV '""" XXn LAUV *"N chaltin. wlu, the III, J D
l*-; S '"." IJjohr,. ' 815 ",'loc'k'
A" 20 Below!
K,lso lor the gcne.-il q- i- arriving and leaving vejtcr- .?* m "* ""P""
> day at Seawall. For passengers vn|!'r'
_.Jns Perfume 7 lim,ll|t these would be put away ,
P-Tew your portum. "''a">' "' cold stor* But tot ,_ L. .".
I1". ,..i..r . ti. "'' IK'stengeni leaving, bv to- ,n I heir Opinion
"*"" '"" will be in full
- tad
[>oae "
'.Vving on the
i highly doubtful, for
strong
t Rum, In their vlcin-
vben the plane
I.Olt.C
(bsen left behind.
'Good Word
Eai Ml
om
, aw
two weeks at
.lay. the.
One gent who arrived by toe
jTT'S too cold at home and arc
a have always heard lhat this
wing on a little further, when
they are down town shopping."
On Return Journey
MR. Wilson Thorn of Messrs
Hi
ifumeor **"* i"1'"' lok* me yesterday a nice place (or a holiday."
.hh doubtful, for """ * '"' l0" Canada it This was the opinion
"" .X. aroma of good "" lwW b<,| "People can't '"" Mrs. C. 1. r.undy of Toronto.
_..*,- ..t.... tay outside for long, they have who have gone to San
to keep going into the depart- spend three weeks.
I .hen the plane had immt ",om "I""* the streeta,
-*'. bottlenow ""? warm "P lot while before " "
"'.iced ' "w" tfdna on a llttl.. *...----....._..
Plant to Settle Her.'
HERTTOKDSHIItE. which is
twenty-seven miles outside
London was the former home of
Brig. Hugh A. Courtcnay.
Yesterday he arrived it l,
Robert Thorn & Co., Ltd, left homeBarbados. He came in by
I yesterday on his return journey T.C.A. and plans to settle here
UTCA Bj ng the to his home in Prestwick, Eng- Temporarily he will be slaying
i Routes. He and his land. Me was a passenger on at uie Marine Hotel until he finds
a house.
gjt Barbados from Vtttt- > t WH
_ aland that thej do-
Kt here With A Canadian Accent! Loget No Time
V' _,. INCLUDED in the freighl v.h.ii T^HE WEST BTOfA CUIB
I arrivi r.c.A. 'plane ;..,,- I certainly loses no ibVu, i,,!n-
day morning from Canada v. as a ouring its many important mem.
., nous looking can, .uii bore when fresh distiii.-.,.,...- .....
llualionConfcrence S "''""* out of cracks in conferred upon them. The latest
Uullon.onrLrcnce th.. sides. ,, sir George Seel, who has re-
""' hut was it? At 7.30 a.m. when cently been appointsd Co-
Revaluationi Confer- Seaweil was buzzing with th- Chairman of the British Cai
aVft^^P ln f conversation from arriving Commisi'.on. He is to be cntii-
and departing pasivngers "the tained to dinner at the Jaw .
""t"'1 .....(iipanl" of the case must have Hotel. London, on Apr:: Mn. A
i. nnaJly woke up. "Cock-a-doodlo- large ittendaiice of 'lub m
doo." 11 iiowed in a line C.-madian is rxp-'t:crt
THE WAY
DMCAN in Ion

which
l'OO.
^bber, ihc spokesman
^M so-called waltzing
Wei' like a polivl-
^ttcor>' collapsefl when

40
^B| and dru.
lappy. Fur-
down th't
IPl, nplaiiu:
I*'
iihculci ihc> be. It
Bnidly assumed lhat
Mkt talk they would
Ifin^ Ihr Gap
i 'aruvt
I
J "A tomato burst in
silly excha
v
.Vjiw would have had
Mto BMdy, and would
Wk first shot.
Thv \arktwr sviimliit
DEAH Dr. Smait-Allick,
The Governors desire mo
LheJj : tUitaoUoa Bl Uu-
departure of Mi
,1 rriendt. They trust
that tin- School will now settle
i tain undtotugi ad tq
farther int^denU. A: i
1 cannot refrain from
asking for an explanation of your
t of Mr*.
Bcowdcll. the widowed ino>'ner of
a boy in Mr. War blow's he use.
Mrs. Scowdcll. a lady of -Inking
beauty, complains that you ,it.
tempted to embrace her in your
study. PossiUy bei rtroined nerves
exaggerated .. merely friendly
iies."ure. We should be glad of
your account of the incident
r\AH Mr. Chawle.
mJ Mrs. Soowdell was In such
ohvious distress that my fatherly
feelings overcame me. I fear I
may have appeared, to be about to
hold her to me somewhat warmly.
bu.' only as a venerable patriarch
p. There was no
fondling and klsslnc, In spite of
ihfl .lluicment of her outttandmi;
beauty. [ am > old a bird to
By Beachcomber
gel caught at tha.' kind
game .
Only a Sufgi-Htion
AN article about gctV
forget then lines made me
think dt the tun eonu'dian* uuis
M m they ro
along But I WMOM the priggish
author doeeo'l like them to invent
tlleir own parts. I wuuKI like tt
write | musical comedy without a
part for Mr. Leslie ii<
would be ge when-
ever he pleased, and would Im-
authorised to do and
night whatever {cams? 'into bjj
head. "Whai' about team work?
What about the rest of t]
screams Prodnose. They would
have to put up with it. and their
embarrassmen.- and difficulties
would make the thing all the fun-
nier, especially as one line fn
Mr. rlenaon might make
of the whole plot
IVo Wontfrr
A 50 year-old piooon'a tMttoe
U'os found in a Stafford chimney.
(News item)
HOW they brought the good
news from Aix to I
JUSIMENIS
BUNG
IF YOU HAVE SURPLUS
STERLING FUNDS AVAILARLE
FOR INVESTMENT, WE
SHALL BE GLAD TO RECOM-
MEND SECURITIES WHICH
WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH
SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL TO-
GETHER WITH A FAVOUR-
ABLE INCOME RETURN.
ROYAL
SECURITIES CORP.
LIMITED.
J-S.BRYDEN & SONS (B'DOS) LTD.
BARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS
At the Cinema
ir* .. a.
pOH YOU ALOW shots of individual mitrumental-
l rlonc. and gave ooe
at the ihe feeling oi
as lts beiL Heddle
'. .
ia her engagementto an rcheetra.
old t lead who has saved her has a know.
> do so I
i le.i liill. lyric
I wllh Albert Saiui-
orchestra and Sandier I
country in England during too hintIt plays two nu
'fiough glimpses ol pcu Ba l> i > ou Alone" M
of Loodon are asA ien not a musical the reel
famous screen c>ise. but the selections played
stars in this ttlm. whirh try add to your enjoy-
times a good idea as the perform- meat of this picture.
ances of all the n ^- .,, .... .
more balanced. The supiMirtm "i1* RET) MENACE showing
...... cost in Tor You Alone" is more ;4.,h* En;" name im-
a. uimcu.t u gawet vlwi a iaiae 'han adequate .- P*oe, a tlim dealing with Com-
- nnB* m this- !> performances of nunism It is ,a,i m the
Nurse and the-Village Constable statw- though the methods used
the latter having been evading !'-v ,h" lK'n> mentber>
matrimony with the (o met for 17 '!,cir hideous ideology-
veare. Both these rolea were w \ I ivt !''"' PWw w any country
handled and |jmoui l
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s. They .> poaU ar* |hli *nn
promf rwopie wonder wfeT |4
I an .v> many to WflU ln
trayed. Young Dinah Sheridan,
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m
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to Seou divine ""** o(
t!ntt and rlvvrs. i'i and , will turn or to
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14 Rand wiih tbas old iwopi* et
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Wttatrtfl' ^4.
as the country school mistress also ,r" Curtain" which was hown
merits a word o( praise. Hei n e time ago. as it ^ not .. docu-
vouthful charm and freshness are " inig
delightful and she portrayed her Howe'.
part with humour and sympathy ar\> * conveyed
The him opens with a most en- throughout the him would appear
oyable performance bv the l-i- '> 1* '"",'- wiethur the Gor-
don Philhnrmonic Symphony oi which ls l!r vthW* ,or eonvey-
theO\< i Merry Wire* ia| l1'"'-'' :,u"' J *** w not- '
,.f Windsor" and for once, the do not know. The value of the
..udiencc is able to hear a com- ''"> h** m l feet that the
lete number. The fining up ot hown the ucUca uaed
eheetre and the elose-up by the Communbrta to praad
their doctrines Bad the almost
1 impossibility ol any member to
i ve leave the part) should ho
III r .Miuuiuir amp ot dfscontcnt m
Kathfiine Haohvn appearing "S^ ol OW ulth
in *As You lake on uroadway. the ultimate aim ol tt m
rearing Valcntme's short vu.u-.ue the uppreoatoo.of
navy blue taffeta evening : nought and the ******
wit? cull sleeves and .are ^u^^ti
utckat, trimmed with whlt. <]CJy^ i|iim.n m ,lm Blfa ,.>
'H,|l,c which the Commuiuets are slriv-
Mrs. Margaret Sweeny has lIUJ t0 achieve their ultimate
i Mattle Carnegie's white domination of the world.
alng tgWn with decorated
shoulder straps.
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ICach day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
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PAGI FOl-R
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
-1M>\V MARCH 5, m
Racing Details RACING RESULTS
ii
TM of the Wat Indian crickei public are now focussed on
the West Indies Cricket Board of Control. Cricket fans an
Mug thWr decision with regard to the requeit by the
British Guiana Cricket Board of Con rl that John Trim. Wo;i Indies
nnd British Outage oi.ee bowler, be Included as seventeenth man in
team to tour England this summer.
m* the Man etlectton of Trim at the conclus.on of the
Bnll | itarbados Tests, the British Guiana Cricket Board
of Control, having met for four hours, despatched an urgent ted
giam to the West Indies Board, strongly suggesting the Inclusion of
iw>r John Trim and offering to stand the extra financial
, i BM H MCI Maty.
T;.re two sides to this question and I intend to pose bot.i
of these as I sec them to readers of this column. In the flrsL
place I must deplore any belly-aching by British Guiana over th"
fact that their candidates in the persons of Gaskln, Trim and Pairau-
iod to gain selection.
W i s appointed and they did an extremely |M
Job, the only fault that I could find with it, and who am I?, was
the fact that on performance I thought that either Trim. Gaikin
or Kentish could have been preferred to Lance Pierre. Howevei
the die was cast and the team was selected. Abuse or blame bv
persons who never had the opportuniiy to see a single ball bowled
in either the Trinidad-Jamaica Tests or the Barbados-British Guiann
a Inch constituted Trial games, is not likely to have any effect
whatsoever on the West Indies cricket Board of Control and rightly so
VVOUal) Mlil .NV.IIir > \\.l. ll,.i.U
m., ... irum the rJnusn UttaUM (
OUtlol for a player, who by common consent wou. .
LadsM HUB IDd WHO it Is >fc ionseriaus ui
I btssfl mcluaiTl in the West IdhBM
BNWl M LBdtH Uoara ot COR-
> uf pleading their inability to accede t->
r. ui llBBnoB. the British Guiana CricKei
llrtgaatw to defray the extr.,
I Mail.
ket iM.ar.1 of Control, if IbMQ
refusal ; giving a very
,.i cneswt puouc as to why
,... W'i'i. vl. OS KIKM OKOI.mU
, ,. Hw niiii.-.i .....
K' -' UsdlM Lfio-
.; on tin grounds mat it wou.Q be UMUUCCd
ii inbei colony to appij la
| )r.
dent created In
tttl L. G. Hyiton had
Indies team to England
. i ivbMquently selected as seventeen in man, I Uiiiik
i I are appealing on linn grounds.
lieu have made
.. CoUowl that TniiiuaU could quite
ad Ferguson,
:
TgrgunaftOt but I have heard it used very
week. There have been many
'.Vest Indies teams before l3a bui
M treated as such. One did
iiyllon and had
rntCerewendTn
,:. | :,, , bad eeUbustked strong
H gaeloa\i
I ad CM on behalf of
iJregor. both of whom, by common consent INN
."ion.
Mb as a seventeenth man
vvoulu DtroJ or on the
Am right to mutiny.
uld give
km and would
a our chances for success.
LOCAJ \miiiii BOXING PKO<;kksnks
* i < ... the greatest
; nateur boxing on
reU they bete
i torn led In then
LoaUy to have
ii loaded Amateur I
Association last month.
are outclass**! for the most part.
The tournament revewled lluil Burundi'
youngi t i n King. Gilbert Good-
man and Oeorge Beet but then- is one glaring fault that stai*
judges of the game r whenever the local boys enter tin-
ring, and itiat islack of expert coaching.
Nearly jjvery Barbadian conta
BM ftjiglitu model l-jxingstraight up. Jab and move away.
ia? head exposed and a for a left jab and >
' left hook.
P BABBADOi H ITeet Indian Amateur
* Boxing -hen these youngster* who already possess the guts, youth
.'.II
I OUT local
I tram i Li RtasMRv Ufcj
Joe I' 111 will mean much toward.
Bg the rough edges off a chap's boxing and trying
. ponente.
HUM DAY
FIKST RACE Ib- ahd 101b. respective!.
Maiden S4ake* weishV "".''S. !?1.?nf.vla"
A Held of live laced the Starter. "TT" '""^ behind the others
After fabe .tart, the live lot orf T""c ","P"",'os,"n *,"">,
to a good one, Identify (P """"" Pl'in from the .tart
Fletcher) leading. Tlie brown ""d regular exchange of places
lii.v continued to lead, with Musk '* PJ"*
I Yvonet) poaing a ilrona challenge * * "*ld V"o U" cloc"
lust after they passed the Drill Tango urged by Thirteen, took the
Hall. Musk did not challenge in led APr" Flowers (P. Fletcher
vain, for as they raced unto the UP> who was moving up
homestretch Musk pulled into the while, challenged stubbornly
lead to win by a half length from down the Home Stretch and over-
Starry Night who had also passed took the leader to win easily a
Identify In the homestretch, length ahead. Tango was
in.lllRWV .HI'.MI! M VltCH 4. UJO
WEATHER: Hal TRACK: Firm.
1.1 Hare: IMsBaWS BTAKBSflaaa C and C1-M ISJ. $IS5>
rloags
1 MUSK...... 130 lbs. Mr. D. V. Scott. Jockey Yvonet.
\RRY NIGHT 128 lbs Mr. I. O. C. Perkins. Jockey Payne.
3 IDENTIFY ..........
I.M'j. PARI-MUTUEL: Win '..12. Place: S1.30.
ALSO RAN Southern Cross (11" lbs.. Holder)- Ability (112 lbs.
P Fletcher l.
START Good. FINISH: Close V, length, neck
WINNER. 5->T-nld gr.m. SuzerainPersian Lily.
TRAINER Mr R H. D
Identify was third by a neck.
SECOND K \( I
Chelsea Makes
Sun Eire, Mlnuetle and
i u* were aexatcnad. ine
i.g six cmranu fared the]
and were soon oh to a gi
mta 'tiountbalten tarry
AT.M'lght.
llowmanston (Cross ey up) toox
lhe lead
'ot*aajp
halt a length away from Miss
Friendship.
SKVKNTH RACE
Castle Grant HandicMp
A Held of six lined up to test
f starter's patience. They we e
despatched to a good start. Dulci-
bella (Holder) going straw.'
BBd. She w;t
hen the field passed tfat
;!"vo,d P-iT" /"OWCd JS 'h' nr .ine7fSto-ed b, Pn. -
ST0^ "S^SS *nT" s"'"; '<"""" 'nd ^u-"
nik ', ,1 >JmG. (Crossleyl. The field s.'rung out.
1 .,, Dulcibella increased the lead
!_'". bb* *fras they na.sed the three-furlong
:d Race: CHELSEA STAKESClass F and LewerS7M (ItlS
III*)SI Fartaui
I BOWMANSTON 109 lbs Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Crossley
] POSTSCRIPT .... 135 lbs Mr. D. V. Scott. Jockey Payne.
\ND 133 lbs. Mr C. Barnard. Jockey Holder.
aHJTOEL: Win: $138. Place: $1.10, $1.25
FORECAST: $.".00.
U.SO RAN: G.votte (127 lbs.. Thirkell); Mountbatten (105 + 3 lbs.,
P Fletcher); Foxglove (125 lbs, Ijittlmer).
START: Fairly flood FINISH: Comfortable. 2 lengths, 1 ii lengths
WINNER: 3-yV -old br f ResticouchePawky.
TRAINER: Hon. J. D. Chandler.
ner lead steadily
.ippniflching the c
lengths from the
net seriously chaUenged until :!ie
norses were racing down tifr p
aa. ht^er-rthe'^nnS =, Sws^
^TS^tSS^l'SSt "h"d ^' BatUlTon. "flulcS
lhe Judge a length and a hall in |H w n tmrd an ,, d,s-
front of Joint Command for second {^ ^.a. irom b,^^.
they parsed the three-furlong
The lead decreased as the
rest of the field started to get
into homestretch steo. In 'h-1
the usual last
place.
Bowmanston did the running^n
! minute 84 seconds to lower fhr
record put up by the Gambler tw
years ago, by one-tenth of a
second.
Hliki) RACE
Barbados (.uine.iv 1950
EIGHTH RACK
(i.irr.son Stakes
Three ho *es were scratched
.ind the remaining seven were oft
to a good start with Corfu carry-
ing 6 lbs ove-weight. Thor
a regular bunching of the field but
Mountbatten was scratched, approaching the stretch for home
leaving six contestants. They were a tussle ensued between Slainte,
qu.ckly despatched to a good start. September Song and Corfu for
Apotlo assuming first position, the lead. Corfu dropped ba Brown Girl (Payne) challenged after a time but Slainte and
and passed Apollo (P. Fletcher) September Sung fought up to tin
by the ilve-furlong pole, but failed last when Payne hustled S
to hold the lead. As they swept to reach the winning pole
into the homestretch, Watercress in front,
went forward and won by a length _^_
away from Colieton (Crossley)
who had nosed into second posi-
tion. Apollo finished third a neck
behind Colieton.
:rd Race: BARBADOS GUINEAS. 1SWftM (B3H. BH, SIM)
7, Furlaags
1 WATERCRESS ... 114 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey O'Ncil
2. COLLETON..... 117 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Crossley.
3 APOLLO ........ 117 lbs. Miss K, C. Hawkins.
Jockey P. Fletcher.
4. PERSEVERANCE 117 lbs. Mr. S. A. Walcott. Jockey Thirkell
TIME: 1.37 3-5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win. $2.04. Place $1.15, $1.52,
FORECAST: $6.72.
ALSO RAN: Pharos II (117 lbs, Holder); Brown Girl (114 lbs..
START: Good. FINISH: Comfortable. 1 length, neck
WINNER: 3-yr-old b.f. Resticouchc^Summer Brcc70.
TRAINER: Hon. J. D. Chandler.
tlh Race: BARBADOS TURF CLUB STAKESClans A ami Lower
51.050 ($3B5. $155)9 Furlongs
1 BEACON BRIGHT 125 lbs. Mr K. D Edwards.
Jockey Lattimcr
2 GUN SITE ....... 125 lbs. Mrs. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Crossley.
3 TIBERIAN I.ADY
112 + 4 lbs. Mr. V. Chase. Jockey Yvonet
TIME: IM \::i-MUTUEL: Win: $18.32. Place: $3.42, $1.90.
FORECAST: $34.68.
ALSO RAN: Flieuxce (108 + 3 lbs., Thirkell); Blue Streak (130
lbs. Payne), Infusion (117 lbs.. Holder).
START: Good. FINISH: Easy 4 lengths, 3 lengths
WINNER: 3-yr.-old b.h. Lighthouse IIBright Brocade.
TRAINER: Ml K. D. Edwards.
Joe Walcott
K.O's Cuban
NEW YORK. March 4.
Jersey Joe Walcott. world heavy-
eight champion contender, easi-
ly defeated wild-swinging Omello
Agramonte of Cuba el
Square Garden last night.
The referee stopped I
Bduled Hi-
round bout after Agramonte hm
been floored live tunes
Two of the knockdowns came in
-th round.
Walcott almost' had Agt...
out in tlu* Orel round In whl
was down for nine. When the
referee intervened, the Cuban was
furlong pole Gun Site moved up d ^ ,ne lower ro
to challenge tout Flieuxce agaiii cotf lo8i two rounds. The CI Wd
drew away. There was some ef* ^QQfd tnc inaction in some of tho
change of places as the ,\vlA. )lll(k,itl rounds.-Renter.
reached the clock but down the _
stretch for home a tussle ensued
for the premier position between
OUR Site (Crossley up) and
Bright ridden by I-ittimer.
Urged by this jockey Beacon
pulled away gradually tp
lead. He increased,this rapttsg
and reached the Judge an easy
winner four lengths ahead Gun
Site was econd three
'lorn Tiberlan Lady. .
FOURTH RACE
Barbados Turf Club Stake.*
Slainte. River Sprite and
bcthan were scratched
remaining six horses startfj
Tiberlan Lady and
carrying 4 and 3 lbs. res
overweight.
BUM Streak took the lead bu|
was soon challenged by Tiberian
Lady and Flieuxce, the latter
quickly going to the fore to pass
the stands for the lirst time in
this position. Nearing the live
it/^i^SiiEiaxl
By M. Harrison-Gray
\
Slh Race: SPRING STAKESClaaa 0 and Lower$850 ($245. $125)
7J Furlongs
I, (SILVER BULLET 122 lbs. Mr. L .J. Wong. Jockey O'Neil.
JBEAUFILS 125 lbs. Mr. I. O. C.Perkins. Jockey Payne.
3. RIVER SPRITE .. 118 lbs. Mr. F. E. C. Bcthell. Jockey Yvonet
TIME: 1.33 I- PARI-MUTUEL: Win $3.08. $2.85. Place $2.54.
$1.98, $1 41
FORECAST: $28.44.
AISO RAN: Sun Queen (123 Ibl Swiss Roll (122 lbs.
A. Gonzalez); Musk (122 lbs., Holder).
START Good. FINISH: Dead Heat
WINNERS; "f-yr.-old gr.m. AlishahConfidence Trick
Id Lxg. Furrokh Slyer Iftartterjne.
TRAINERS III H. I Hart, Mr. I. O. C. Perkins.
Cth Race: II \LI BRII) CREOLE ST AKESt'laas G and Lower$650
($185. $95)51. Furlongs
1. APRIL FLOWERS 13p lbs. Miss K. C. Hawkins.
Jockey P. Fletcher.
2. TANGO .......... 130 lbs. Mr. V. E. Cvx. Jockey Thirkell.
3 MISS FRIENDSHIP 130 lbs. Mr F E. C. Bethcll. Jockey Yvonet
TtMK LOB l-l I'Altl-Ml'TUKI S. Win: $2.52. Place: $1.38. $2,42.
$1.50.
FORECAST: $11 04.
ALSO KAN U 'time (118 + 1 lbs., Reynolds): Mopsy (127 lbs..
Holder): Mnuietie (132 lbs., Lattimer); Brahmin's Choice
(102 -i- 10 lbs ONeU); BUR Plant (130 lbs., Crossley); Vixen
4132 lbs., Payne).
START: Fairlv (;Kxi. FINISH: Comfortable. 1 length, Mi length
WINNER 4-yr-old h.b. b.f. Battle Front R.B
TRAINER M K C. Hawkins.
AS FAR as I could see there M do p,rtlcuUf .^
nrst day of the Spring meeting just pataatxi the twnll!3
races were naturally the Barbadoi Guineas and the TurtrJ
Botk went off rather tamely and wore mnilar in thujj
flueed disappointing performances by two of the tm^m
dun those I would single out the performance of Bo_
i Stakes, and Slainte in the Garrison Stakes "*"*!
Taking them in the order in which they nppt-j 1
gramme Bowmanstoa's record breaking victory am
confirmed my highest opinion of her by winning 0
which I had said she would. Furthermore m douu
a tenth of a second off the record for this class set I
Ul 1948 when he was the same ae. A tenth Is oat,
but she won from an infinitely better field that tl
Comparing the two we find that the only horse who i
> ear-old when the Gambler won was the very medli
whereas yesterday Bowmanston and Mountbatten we
three-year-olds among lhe field t six in addition
and Joint Command are very seasoned campalgnq a
mush better than anything The Gambler had in the I
I therefore think that Bowmanston Is a very classy i
she gives me further confidence In my view thai m%
Barbados two-year-olds of last year. I am only aoi
her in the Guineas. With Perseverance out of comra
have beaten them by pace alone. She would not baa
That brings us on to the Guineas. For me, ana |
the owners of Brown Girl, it was very disappointing,
no race at all. Watercress won very easily in the poortgajj
After lying second from the flve furlong pole she had tbj
to order for her when Brown Girl ran wide and alassaffl
en the inside without much exertion. Exactly why as*
she can say, and of course she is a dumb aniiDsL!
with Fred Pmjn rdi he informed me that iht
higns of the same thing on a lew occasions at cnrtJj
quandary he found himself in when sne i '.arted it in I
from his own lips for one to really appreciate
('ifflculty he was presented with. It is too long to ki
L-ut I have his word for it that the horse did not fed
; nd the idea that she swerved under pressure is at a
..s.1 have ever heard in my life. It did not look
;:nd Payne emphatically confirms my view When
point where Brown Girl's courage is questioned I
believe that she deliberately chucked the running,
he too hasty about such things and so I propose to a
ment for future observation. Suffice it to say that Brest]
badly and robbed us of a good race for the Guineas.
til
: -
FIFTH RACK
e
Spring Slakes
] Nighl and Southern
Croat having been scratch, i.
eight horses lined up at the stort-
ing gate. Seven of them got tT.
While Ability wa.s left. Sun Queen ,
(Crossley) weut Into the lead, but ,
11 id not slay there The Held
bunched by the four-furlong pole,.
HMD stretched out ..gain. There (J
< xchanges of positions. andC
Umo In the HoBMBtn ten there i>e-f/
gan a ding dong tussle between)
Silver Huiict (O'NciD Bi
aiad Rivet Spritcjfl
(Yvonet) The Ontah Wat deem
iftm eorne minuu
Judges' decision was, Silvci i
Peeunll first, and Hiuib.
Sprite next. -' ?;
SIXTH MCI I
llalf-Hred Creole Stakes
Chmdit was scratched end Bine
entrants started with H -
^ihmin's Choice carrying I
;..
e \Kj;r
4
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e j it
4> UJtfSX
f AKH

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A deal irom actual play
Souta wrongly oueuad Iwt,
Cluba and UW tuial cooiracl
was Flva Spadea Ibe Soulo
Hand Uova ooi qualify lor
Two CluD call oc even ao
Intermediate Two Spades, in
Bile ot its flva auict trlcka
li boouiu be opeued wiui
Una Spade
Atauoi Flva Spaaea Wtat
Ulrica Oil vim Uif**i round*
ol Diamond*. Soutn over-
rumuc |aat] ? at uict a
with 4> i. He now olayed
W K and V A. followed ov
nntrd Lo duoiiii* wi'.h
: Wbeo Wen ditcartko
a. Sooin taw tne ran Unbi.
Da dre* truinpa, overtHkinii
aununy e> it wttn K.
Tbera wui oo oeea to rud
his Ust Heart, for oo UM
nof the la it Spade Bast
1 not keep the matter
Heart and a guard in Cluba
th Rate: CASTLE (.RANT STAKESClaaa D and Lower MM ($245.
$125)7 \ Furlong*
1 LADY BELLE ____ 112 lbs. Mr. A. P. Cox. Jockey Thirkell.
2 BATTALION ... 115 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey I
3. DULCIBELLA ... 112 lbs. Mr. R > key Holder
TIMK L8S PAR1 Win: $12.12. Place: $4.04. $2.38.
FORECAST: $24.84.
ALSO KAN Sweeper (130 lbs,, P. Fletcher); Postscript (115 lbs.,
Yvoneii. FeeeUoua (Ul I
START Good. fclMSH: Close. Ii length, % length.
WINNER: 5-yr.-old b.m. O.T.C.Lady II
TRAINER Mi A P. Cox.
Loaaoa iittw j
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TRAINKK Mr 1 O C 1'erkins.
With regard to Colieton he hi bj much a question
ever been in my book. He does give the impression
bettor later on, but tl i ( his dam's prograylel
similar signs and turned out to be of no
that one wondei t happen to
unr inclined to rule mm out for the classics in favour
Lut game Apollo, who surprised me very much by ol
siort to finish, If he makes normal progress his china.
dos Derby cannot be overlooked, no m.i-.ter what the
form at the remainder of the meeting should be worth takj
The winner, Watercress. I have left tor final dsctMat
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and therein lies the difficulty Of attesting her :rue pressed me more as one who has come to hand earutrfl
i-mpoiailes than anything lo write home about. LBfteu
H the clatsw^r1
ess and Brown Girl had their best chance DdOB
food ones get going later In the year. Watercres, susflj
of it and Brown Girl d
: to the Turf Club s-
the poor form of Blue Streak and the mentorn
it Bt^aagggH
that few horse :i for ninemontlweTM
to run such a good rai il) e ol undouUleo .veil tor hi< oaetB
and also for the "" "J: "*
nstored him to health at their v I ">*BBe9
reudn which Beacon Bright had fm
;.tcd to either make or break those who have had a etg"|
ihcrefore comii'.itulate Mi. Tdihihv i-^'wards on *\M^H
the bull by the hoi- Walker for recoootsBxajl
but it is fortunate for both that in this case the buBveaeta
who could take it.
Blue Streak was not the h ' :i Trinioaijel
your back numbers of this paper and you will see the fii*ij
.jutoub) :!.. to Storm's Gift iflil
( up. Among others you will sec Gun Site hard prentdeT"
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ind the distance was 9J furlongs. How doMuu*cet|
Streak being completely outfooted and cwtptcel ej
.irrlonKs of a nine furlong race on a bone dry tract r
ompha a bone, but I am more inclined to ft"
Blue Streak was short and that he will do better as U*B~
Could this also be the rase with Gun Site' Onl'Wl
fiis gelding set up a B class record of 1551 for the ^"J [J
, pound or two let, eel
h peat this performance. These arc things which tnalwea
one of two conclusions must be reached. Either **
o much attention to times or Gui. Site is a differ
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MT MARCH yma
jeiio Rico
Ls Wen's
[Events
E here, wilh a
El ol I'll* points.
r 76, Mexico -0.
fitV Panama 53. Co-
ftiU0 'a Salvador
. the Women's track
with an unofficial
^^. Mexico follow-
vZ then came Guate-
yTi:. Panama 13. fcl
rj( and Columbia
1 ^african Games
__ liblUhed during
V"nmui| and ath-
1 Hagda Bruenzmann.
prolte Ihe record
,-j 400 metres swlm-
r^j, ,n mins. 44.8
Jamaica won the
J metres track relay
a time of . sew.
[aabtck. "t Mexici
tn's 200 metres breast
I mins. 54 sees., and
-j of Mexico, cap-
KbS 1.500 metres tree
1- JO mins. 13 sees. In
Tuade Terram. of Mexi-
Kpratatlllon with 2944
Puns Velasquez, of Guatc-
trj 21 kilometre mara-
Rfcour H mins. 24.2 sees.
Ii_ ,he 16 metres relay
Fit? see.. At golf,
K of Guatemala, won
"Vale 'ith n aggregate
,* kruter.
srvnw \ivor\iT
PACE FIVE
MARCH 5 NO. 109
The Topic
Last Week
u
mighr ii*
.<..
(hint vou'rr itoingMontr Cm
PirtHf. Mr. Pnlicemm. molsc n
Italh 1' ind ran M13
specdinc fine loadoo Express Bertice
\TSti khow turn (
l wftlvtl nnr een
And there are mai two**
LUta Jeavii end Mi Hyde -
Von RBM there -ir -onie i*nplp
M twlh read and wnlr
. inn the DIM*
To mi.iMerprei it uiit* delight
And there are MM <>( people
"i can br
Who treel in* n with cepe*.
Tiat better you me *ee *
rPeall says:
SHORT-RANGE
! ARE VITAL
I MO aopee (o male
". r-i-t be *d:
I object hall
KaWt note u
Rpsuits0f2'. nen:s Ts The JVI.i
To Lead M.C.C.
W orrpll Comes
To The Rescue
Tt c left side
ft iff
Ttiird

FIRST
MUST I!
11. k.
<>MA
DAY
All
Hv I oh n Mar ail Jim

ii-h-t
1TM
HER HARPBNS to be a more remarkable
1 1 human I sporti
n. be kind enough to remind ui of h
k nrhand I
more ihah half aballoo with the aan
n his nrtt 1>si mdtc 1 master. He pla\s f.
on through th. rickel and
_ pint; 1
_l IQ-Ofl, 0* COUid .!"
INKL
u: p.avlns aifiy on
lauing uiw*ir.
M Mil' proapeet fl!0 noi
I H he played Din*
_, diOTf vt three feet
ipl nutted wntte he
1 QMt and. Droni-
', maker of the new
I ranker creeK ecord
Puiir.an ItaVUri .1
rt H... In a mri
Mtaao*.
I Uielr onl)' pi- .; i.n
hops Hate
fashing Lp
LX)NDON.
aacp' .n England have
|p iahvs at homo ln-
f ire so poor.
mi made 1>>-
[Brook. Bishop a
^nd Ipswich, to the i,'.'"
Ny recently wht
) priests' dlfficul- 7 "!,
S. 1 r.. 11111
their homt^ on Fifih
M4I
I
WO*. OTW, 1*3, 314 ... .:.4.i, .'.,.
9133.
i.vrn kai'R
Tleh-I
MM
DIM
OU>
ftlie
s. eond
n
Fourth
i'hiii.
sixlh
sevenUi
i:ihu.
Nuilh
00 <.
I0M. I.i
1*300.
\m*>inI
m :
Ml HI
70 t.1
fi 00
I
Prl.e
hates

sr> no
. washing up, 1|D
a or making beds moo!
aiae." d, ft
H to spend much !!*'
I things, beca...... s-onf,
or. loins then.. She
[l*>lhem -,. |K(I 1
inthrr do them He ',
a Conh. referring to
lUMon'f FaM Side and
tagsiftreni K. :li, ,,-.
Idle, arc
le becoming unbeat-
514

|Ntef week I ,,, ,
LW about ut the
Puerto Rican Wins
Weight-Lifting Contest
GUATBMALA. Bfl
[aaw from the burden wo" ,he weightlifting iighi
fccwdrafts, and In- ^onlesl ln !h'
ktake a proper vaca- Game* with n total lift of ,00 ivickets.
i)l Ms OOMTTON
Australia
Scores
549 For 7
S. AFRICA 104-7
PORT BXIZABBTH,
South Africa i
Ihree wickets standing to
the follow on. when play
closeu ui dav of the
(Ifth and final Tet against Au--
Bd Their lii si
innings at M for 7 wicketsin.-
highest total by an Auatrmllan
South Africa.
1 al play. South Africa
le 104 rot 1 wkketa,
The Australian captain hit his
| tliry, ;mr| tm
il the tow when be
161 in i hours 14 minutes.
His innings included one six and
s His previous beat
-2 in the first Test. Most
thrustful of the South African
on an unresponsive pitch
Michael Mella, who took 2
I and, if he cared, could
p y for tr. bible coun-
try u 8oif. bUUai
knur and spell, not to iTMrUon
|awn tennis.
aa a vital goal and make-
another in his Cup baptf
..Md. one way and anoUti i
he iittempts comes <>h\
Now, it is almost certain, he will
b of captaincy ot
sex with Hill Bdi
Robins is not available
.....
If ha becomes a tOddll
..in. lh nis Will juin ;!. i
of thanand our gun
ltd there.
en England
the AuatraUa
September, he .nil be
.-ptaincy of his country
The honour would not reel u>
heavy on the 32-year-oia
and it dear old Lord ("<.od forbui
that a professional should eve.
I :igland") Hawke shoulo
atlr in his grave, why. it woukm
be the first time.
1
a Worrell, wh
he ped the
th touring m.
r from a poor stan.

Indian P
Ceylon XI

..i ..
1 >i>einng pair, Normal
anjM "
i *..... I

kar, Indian pace bowler, look b.iti
roi 3 i-uns in f
two -1 Which were maidens.
d 7 In ?S minute:
than I've, cut th*
' i Ikai third ove
.
'aa caught at slip for i

rhen Worrell and anothet \v,
md though aevi
n tne rail..
they remained nn-
* lunch having adda
100 minutes
al .to. and HO
M. l-^th hit three fours.
Famous /facing
Man* Ht'tf
riap|w> d in I'ai a
howled BU|
ihe dark.
r in Umi inoitlh
there

' imi-iv I'loar.
Hhm itiiTerem
far t--i.de. Numbe> two
Km her forgive them

<> tor a walk
. minute
I ihta -bedrnom-' i.,ik
I .1 who wa< 0>e l>i| thief
Vt>u heard about ihe etf
Who mmeiimf* in enW rorhen
Vie allied id ihe rat
..ui who Imrn in i I
I ,i who'll tin- m -hame
-< naMs n">e
. Mag
rtar out f.i.e

rare

Felicita:.'
il St.
j Rodney"
baa come to attend
the couii of Pridt- .it India or
O F C sin- ,. the mother ol
i-uni Hawke was moved to thai the locally famous "Bow Bell
I by the tUgge
Jack Hobbs ihould lead
i nt Compton is just as much of
an idol now as He
heyday, and there is m i
but thai he would be jutl i
nfluence on the game as .1 M
His cricketing ablUt)
leyond doubt. Hi* pet
emendous. He has aril I
mg The M.C.C
tmounce the thing without delay.
I.ortion Bxpri
She is
(Wore the tea interval.
tilth Mill*
oth.
<".enhT Nnblett. playing in his
1 Test, followed up I
oik by claiming the
egbie and Wlnalow wilh
v halls to put halt the side out
r 84.
Howling at full speed, Miller
sAvuug the ball both ways, and
carlain umoun:
finished with thiee foi 3^ lo
proper vaca-
pound-
a*ant. on the point of
tor non-payment of
i lot himself a part- w.on l.nc
Mother profession.
LN.S.
Rrk Rowan, and the captain
d and Mann, also Dudley Nourse added .'.2 foi the
took two each, while Bl wicket, and between them
cured the othei

won the mid-
v ith 770 pounds. Cuba
. [andni -nh three SoMh Afrioa bogan dl!ia8troU!(.
md no dafeata. ly. io>,ng the wieatati o. Jack Nel
tKuiar. ilIld p;on Drape,; fot ,9 rum m 37
nsponsihie for 77 runs.!
Kowan batted coniidently
being bowled by ofl-spiiun
i for 40. Nourse was caught
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PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. M
All,;,,.
Eommel
Goebbels went out of his way to
nnnnfi/>ffi turn on rHe charm *-atch he un-
. the 'PERFECT ^T'^i, **.
mKling M purely formal. He
aal'iud; he Introduced; no
FIGImTIISG
MACHINE9
IN the early summer of 1M1,
when Britain's hold on ha*
Mediterranean lifeline was very
precarious, one name was on thr
lips of every soldier in the West-
ern DesertRommel.
Rommel became for a time thr
most discussed figure in the desert
war on both sides And by hii
popularity he secured for the Ger-
mans in the desert some moral
ascendancy.
.4 kind of Magician'
It was timely, therefore, when
General Auchinleck. Commander-
in-Chief. Middle Fast Forces. Is-
sued, this order to his commanders
in the field:
'There is a real danQer of our
friend Rommel becoming o Kind
of magician or bogeyman to e*r
troop*. who ore ralMno for loo
much about MM,
"He i4 not a superman. eren if
he were, it uould be highly un-
defirablV that our troops should
credit him u-Mh supernatural
potneri. .
"When UW mean the cneiy in
Mif refer to 'the Grr-
Of the Atxi l'ou-ert. and
tnj keep fiarnino on Rom-
mel. From a psychological point
of pieir. this is a matter of the
hiohcit importance."
Our Intelligence Staff at that
time knew very little about
It was suggested that he was a
Keen Nazi and mat his selection
for command was due to party
l.iwuiriiism. which was incorrect.
Even the Germans did i
the truth about hi-n An
I boot him appeared in Go. I
paper. Dos ft -aid he
lef.* the army after the Dl
i,. -ludy at Tubingen l'i..
that he was one of tin
troop leaders and bet-arm- .i U."
friend of Hitler.
When Rommi-I taw th.
he rerrted violent!) Wl
thev mean, he wrote to the Prop-
aganda Mir.
rated tori* I
How II il-U-r I host* Hi in To
i ommaiifl His iVrsoii.il
llodyguarfl
He could make or mend any-
thing. When he bought'a motor-
bicycle he started by taking II
rarely to pieces and putting It
together again, without, as hi
with ulutfaction, .. nut ot
In October 1929 he WM
as an Instructor to the Infantrv
1 Draadan,
His lectures there resulted In the
publication uf a book. "Infantry
Attacks," which became a text-
book in the Swiss Army, whose
officer^ presented Rommel with a
gold watch, luitahly inscribed.
Ill SIIMMIll Yuillllt
.\0 I'olil., N
KOMMM, a lieutenant au
sty 1914-1918 war, wearing;
fcrt 11oa Croat, Cues*.
Irttil Hitler berame
Chancellor In January
1933 Rommel had taken little
interest in polities.
The only comment which Fnu
I'.-mmel remembers him mtikin;
hi i
. i *c. I th-it it wns I
reader nearer home, with fir- Pj** that Wdo* had surrounded
ni effects upon his fortunes '""J""'*'"* such P*>P"?
For. tike 90 percent, of O
By 11*33 Rommel was n mijor. who had no direct contact with
in command of a mour.t.nn Hitler or his movement, he.
battalion, in which all ranks wor garded him personally as an Ideal- eacor."
kn 1st. a patYiot with some sound author
i at,a lion was at C,< ho might pull German v
. I OH the day after he took over tOgjHher,
MttalJom
In 1935. Rommel, now a lieu-
tenant-colonel, was posted to the
War Academy at Potsdam.
While mere he was given a
special assignment. He was to be
afached to the HiUer \outh with
the object of improving their
discipline.
But he quickly ran up against
their leader. Baldur von Schirech.
one of the top Nails later sen-
tenced to 20 years imprisonment
at Nuremberg.
Rommel objected that von
Schirach "was laying too much
an sport and military train-
ing and not paying enough atten-
tion to education and development
of character.
VaaaaaWM'
He said he disliked small boys
of 13 being made into 'litile
Napoleons So Sc.urach set about
netting rid of him.
Since Schirach was one of
Hideo intimates it was not too
mflicull \o represent that Rommel
was not quite a good enough Nar
to be entrusted with the training
oj UM Hitler Youth.
In the end Rommel returned '
Potsdam and was rather polntedl'
not given the golden badge of .'ne
littler Jucend
VoftW
Rut it also, as I shall i
aught tre at ten .'.on of
The Reader
In October 19 3 8 an
oftirer was wanted to
.. nun..un the baitai.on re-
sponsible for Hulrr's personal
-j(.-n during the march into
the Sudetenland.
Hitler had read and admired
Rommel's book on Infantry tactics
He made the appointment to his
himself and chose the
-Toil I'll'
a> What are the fact* about
I ruin Johaime* Hue*
Rommel ?
inday, No-

Ul Wurttem the
;
i five.
"Tough' is
Rommel,
hut as .

BJ title and

>N A FLYING vUi toOersaan*
'. milMiii Yuunit iwim Prav
toaamel the llrel huialaMiil a4
he Sunday fcpee n-eic* and
the proof* ol the book.
On I'......!.
f) Kummel'i own first en-
counter with National
Socialism In operation eer-
1 ' talnly doe* not suir>rt that
he had any great sympathy
with Nail*.
ii H. was commanding hut
thev ahoul I go out totyln.-r. battalion In 1935 when Goslar waa
No doubt they wished t<> ,* scene of a ceremony,
..i.ether their mldd'.e- aged CO was up to con- Everything was to bt hid on in
ling a battalion of stvle. Naturally, the battalion
would parade.
There WM no ski-lift ,. ul
So for the first time Rommel,
now a colonel, was brought in
close contact with the man who
was to make him a field-marshal
and eventually murder him.
Kummel was no trained psycho-
lie ever Hitler's
tatfcnala
But he was shrewd, a keen
observer and a good Judge .
normal men. At this period he
had an opportunity of studying tin
Fuehrer under stress.
There was no doubt, he said,
thai* Hitler had a magnetic, per-
i.ypnotic power, derived
from his evident belief that he
was inspired by God to lead the
German people "up the aun."
This power was displayed in hi
handling of a conference.
At Ihe start Hiiler would have
an almost vacant look and appear
to be fumbling, like a man idly
turning over the pieces of a Jig-
eaw puzzle.
Sixth Sen$e
Suddenly his sixth sense woul
come into play and he woul.
listen in.Vntiv
Then "out of the depths ,
he would produce a
. niwer which, for the moment
< It, would entirely satisfy :
those to whom he was speaking
A; Mich muments he WOU
pe,.k Uk a prophet." Romm
MMhsed that he always
intuit on, never by reason."
Bui Hitler had, he said, an l
ft >f grasping '
* .en i I i i
and distilling a solution fr.
them.
The next thing that strut
Rommel was Hitler's remarkal 1
memory ile knew prac.lcallv v
heart any book which he had ever
read and whole pages and ehav
ters were photographed e*:ac'
upon his mind.
Open far
Hitler's last quality,
which greatly impressed
Kummel. wma, surprisingly
enough, hi, physical rauraa;c.
When the Germans were aboi
ntcr Prague on March 13. 193
... When ,, ,.,:,,.. a.jjjjj, RVnVmc,'w^ ta commind'or"
.....>';: : xMrszsLErt -s&rsa -
Inl Hae. ibout thcS.S 'h..t in front of his troops ! m nfa^
III I I IK cnt.it I i
ol ihe .

Tblu.
II was

with ju> milliary trad ill*
ihe ^i my
He had first to serve in the
I year was a
i..> woman in hi> Ufa, lh I
it who bee in- I
Lucte Uaria ''
Rommel was good witli men and,


In the minuti
..'.ion
i :,iip.i Ifi : ras not
argumenlstr. i
tather than U
WoibatMNtt hla lit'
Since M d nor
R, and \vj alfl
own eyes, engaged, the after-dark
..musements of a small garrison
loam did not appeal to him.
Vmdm Hrr
# In Ule Mai of IUA, .
young ..it., t-i ii, iraa at-
U. Isrd U a Mela* ArUlln *
rtumrnl.
-
. parfad mal. .-old. cun-
.leciMo.
In January 1915 In |
Cross, Clas.-
his platoon through a gai
'
into the main French position
I captured four block -
houses, beat off an
in battalion
of the Dloehhouaat from which
ven. and then
ui.lulrew with the loss of MM
than a dozen.
In/Mrul.
}je ter\*ed later on the Ruman-
ian and Italian front
jf hii D
had it not been poasible to
them.
tf.ro*.g> the enemy -
'

It.Ml
ii,!
< Ii,
settle down for I
. i '
It o in in e 1 remarked: "I
think, gentlemen, that \>e
should ha starting down."
.orl bwtiali.

i rear and
_
from the iitt shake The aeaeanl wm madi
all but :!. At Lhi boMoai n waa I
r. a tfaa CO. t

single Ui tin woods man,' said Rommel,
between

do if yo
!of HluSrt^SS r<,"K,n"b" Romn*r. answer-wa in char
KMT. "1 .hould jet into an ope
ear h cai<1 "nri ..___
and drive throug
without an .
lh- Took It
Wltli the Czechs in the moo,
M in, this was advic

Rommel, ut'
Full was reg.ii
porting effort.
ra was vtrj Hi
ilaam wrain ha |
TO thb ha replied that in th;it car*'" he said
out.

Hlmmler ami Qoaboak at the
local hotel. They were both ex-
in civil to him and invited which few men. p,
- nun to stay for luncheon --ponsible fur HilUi,J safety
I When he explained that he ion- would have*offered.
., sidered the proposed arraoja. H was also advice which fev
I an insult .o himself and his men in Hitler's position
l.on. they agreed that he was have taken. But he took
unite right. It was just the mis the old news-reels show them act
aha of an over-careful subordin- ing upon Rommel's suggestion.
Victory
The Inn
In World mm I was
reached witli ihe < apturr af
Moiile sflacsjai ...ulli m. -I ol
< aauiclt.i
Ha wa- on th'-'
red up to
By the lime I
foot of the slop.- for the third U i <
..mer mora
than enough except Romm I
thai the il<.
.id and itiat Ust} ml| !
other half-h
then'
1 if course, the orders would
ilad at once.
Rommel returned home to report
to hi. wife that he did not much
like the look of Hlmmler, but vtxat
Dl GosMmIi wm .i vn > aajpM"
hn esting man.
Th a t impressiun ren.
Wliencv, i they met in later year*,
and M guns.
rwarda, hi
.
at night with
i villagi
ot l-.)iigjnnu
with the a
ring upon it from
darkness

the Itallani that thev
liir Trirk
By SnNiri RtHHN
. About two-thirds of th. I
Piavo nlal h'llu (1 BrttMB m o*
pi) of barons.
DM to mauit..
the dispossessed paan are n.
n to live In hall
The new issue
Peerage, to be published in ..
tha;. of 5(Ki |
. n Intam Um
aata.
Some hold to tneir ancient ad-
draases by living in a few n
baronial hall awaldng the
act at
maai f
i was ullimed -
Oataauy
farca for the aaataaaai f
inlrnul order
The

.vilh a harn
uf tha I
(taring stout
resistance to taxation The Duke
of Buccleuch and Argyll ami IfM
. hold vast
The K\Miner
m IX-brcit in.
arms of Lord Ada
rig a shield
oraad wi* cog wheels, sup-
no doubj th the figuras of a miner
lh the and farm labourer.
I score of German babies
Ihe Royal Family
on foot a> enlarn aii -
si They are the progenv of the
BUBM
-
. U
kinson, editor, s>
tiles .akes u;
y^^^^^^^^^^^^m^
Leadership in Lubrication
^ ^ f
Trans-atlantic
BrtwMB Scfltrater 1941 and February 1946 BrHtak Orrrwii
Alra\, C orporalion made 2,000 crndaga of the Nora
Allanlic, aiosl difficult trans-ocean air-route in Ike world.
This regular two-way service kaa keen maintained In aO
weatkera and kas carried aoaae 21,000 paaaeaferi aafely to
their destination. The resource and pioneering spirit of the
men who made this trans-atlantic ferry arnica reality an
matched by the skill and ingenuity of the rhlnuati and
lukricatlon enfineera who produced AeroSkell wkkk
B.O.A.C. trana-atlantlc aircraft aae eidualitly for aircraft
engiM lakricatlM on thai mat*.
Wart* cooyrieh.
'. i \ i WEEK
Rommel In the desert: H
quarrels wlih Hitler's H.t,
lenerals: What he thouxhl u
Brilbh senersU: lluu he ualke
unknawn thrvush a British del.
husasul
III
Strike My Sort From Debrett, Wrote Peer
think they were good N..
man blue-bloo.t> never approved
Of Hitler" Tour of the ohildrer.
are descendan.s of the Duka Edinburgh (ia41*00), son of
Queen VictorU.
There are now 33 baronetcies
unclaimed enmparec*. with 20 last
year
I V.
A n\anjvho should have been
in DebreTt 83 years ago. at birth.
has at last gained am.
Mr Foster Yeivaiion, of Hawk's
Bay, New Zealand.
uai been pro\.
relative of the swth
Avonmore, whose title has been
dormant since he died in 1910.
Mr. Yelverton may soon estab
lish he u she seventh v'scount.
Aristocrats are reducing th
number of names for then cMI
dren
cha famil.
were given as many as lu. 11 an
16 names at ehrls^ung. Thel
latest children have only torn
This Is a f iV-^y the Roy.-.
Family Prince Charli
only half a line
i^-ers and baroneU im
plure the editor to hide the skele
A peer wrola "I have cast off
my son and refuse to haoe oni/-
Ihino more to do irtth him
Please strik* hint from your
book."
Others Indicated that thev have
come to doubt their wives' Adellt*
nr.d vu-uect the legitimacy of a
child Many ask for adopted chil-
dren to be entered.
Daas't Tal^,
Elderly peereaaas often reques'
that their age should be deleted
One wro.* "I married late in life
and all my friends think I look
very much younger than I am I
have a small son and don't wish
him to know my true age when
he grows ap."
All these demaiwl are rejected
To the elderly pwraaes, the edi-
tor sometime* reolles- Queer
t Queen Elizabeth nevet
cMecV to my printing their wees.
Why should you'"' -III.
Are you nervous and fidgety durinf ha
day, ready to snap anyone's head <*
Ihe slightest provocation?
Nervous exhaustion coupled wit- le-
ered vitality may well be ibe *
THIOPH0S
Quickly realms nervous exhauw0*"
pepa you up,~you feel betur. eat
sleep better, ai.4 you will oon be l*
ing at what irritated you bfl*
MOV WILL GET THE BEST OH*
LIFE WHEN YOU TAr
THIOPH0S
<>\ SALE AT ALL GOOD DRUG ST0&
CONTAINS 10-., VITAMIN Bi PEA kW
IN 4H |Atll> Mli-uu,! lOSM
1HIOMOI MO.ID.V SAlANCia
kO>i*.i of xuiii* wmich urtt
llkhl. IMIIll'ik IKJtiB.HOK
i- CAM* Ol >l.lll 14.SHUD1.
N4R*OUl**IS> lOll Ol **llill
iHlOr-CI Ik iMUQOaktttC (Ol AIM
1AO tOtl Of tONtj IM IHCIUD'K
*UC'IOM. aNS SKIVlltlNISS.
occAioNio n woaai oa oviv
MOOR
OOtl
1WO IlASPOON( ,\ S A V.IN.
A DAi
M%&
STOKCS a gYNOE-ACINTS


TT
,T BAKU S. 19M
fmiH ManTbr Ktimmttmfm Vl>i
Sl'VDAY AnVOTATF.
j0^ Can We Account For
Ls Crushing Superiority?
y
i hupniHii |i, h.
-- of the masculine1
*L be assassed "V
achievements n
art. mu-
^ry other Held ot
S^-ablc record
"Lf feminine mind
U ; women reduces
the Bronte
Six h "*?;
'ooor excuse One
-rtal eharat
-olus is h s datai men is negligible
jwrcomitiB social The reason
navies
Mono i,||rn, pr,vm, lh,
'emale. from bringing their full
reasoning power to bear on the
; roolems.
These emotional influences
action of glands which bring
about the characteristics of femin-
Spot The
Intruders
THESE put your I. Q. to the
Each group has oa* name
or word that doaant baton* in it
It's up 'o roil tnuty aach group
and determine wha* all except
vie have in i
Hirlhtla
,-elebrate their Hlrthda>
.Hew NrMbrr
Lucombr and Arthur!
PACT srv

'""'>" '
apply
_ ovcrcominB social l ne reason as I found for The aoDroach
Eewades i" achieve ,.s,-lf at a co-ed college Is that restricts the
women learn like parrots. They
- scribble down everything ihi.
inity
1 believe that this mav
tn women because:__
Boy and girl babies are bora
with much the same tvpe of
nervous system. Psvcho oBir .'
lest, provo ,hal voun|[ fUt Ir_,
ittle less logical and not much
more emotional in their approach
t" life than boys.
But in their teens girls suffer
-asrere intellectual set-back
Of 1
.- actlvltv
brains.
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs
The Care of Annuals:
Hollyhock.
Andrew Carnegie professors say, write
it out
F,'wrefoot bobbin-boy fair copy then learn it by heart
T gull. L01"* Pasteur They leave college loaded ....."-
of I '
Madame knowledge but
ishn."
hampered by little of it
fj^ One Great
I Composer
K.DO "mc" h0V1'
L ben denied musical
latrsttoi Vet there
jsj jTca" women com-
C sw;*PMrs um' ""
Tjaaale poits
with
understanding
argue^ve^"" ~~ ^-ST**
THE longevity of your annual*
OITMtthooit rtepends a great deal on the way
of their ,n **'ch >'Ou take care of them.
Most annuals respond to judicious
IVrsonal Vanity Comes Into I. ft %2S&1 H^
OYS get more and more *L_*** d**** flower heads if you
interested In discoverinn """ your P1""" ' continue
bearing for weeks This is
especially necessary with the
For example, the intruder in
the nrst group la "today It does
not have a double letter in It
I Today, tomorrow, tassel.
trees, tooth.
I. Edam. Gorganiola. Ched-
dar. Gargoyle. Gruyere
3. Gvpey. Settler. Pilgrim.
Vagabond. Hobo.
4. General, Admiral. Sergeant.
Captain. Colonel.
0. Augur, palmist astrologer,
auditor, clalr-voysnt
. Peter. John, Frances. Dud-
ley. Thomas
7. Waablngton. Philadelphia,
Columbus. Richmond, Boston
8. Pearl. Diamond. Emerald,
Ruby. Opal
to
I t*UdW |M '***. .-a,,^
*>ni-ManJ| W lOW JOltptlv
things happen
But girli
per-
#V-#g #*f#.v
Patricia Applewhaite. Barrack
Road. Bank Hall. St Michael.
Gii-K in Barbadoil
Ernesta Jessamy. Westbury
Road, St. Michael. (Girls in Trini-
dad).
Norm* Bourne. First Step, St
George. (Girls in Trinidad
KG i
Vlbert A Miller. 2 .lent St..
Georgetown B.G.. and Krnesi
Miller. 200 Almond St.. George-
town. B.C.. Hobby Stamp Collect-
ing.
Alfred S. Game. lot) Bel Air
Street, Albouystown. li.G.. and
nek O. Low. Co Louis A.
Low. Lot 1. Croal Street. B.G..
Hobbies are Stamp collecting ana
Photography (Girls Preferably).
Gary Hamld, c 0 Pointe-*-l-:< n,\
P Q Marabella, Trinidad. Hob-
bles are outdoor game*, movies,
ttarr.p collecting and reading
-, with per- 0*27^% necessary
- ,onal vanity. They waste most iVIAS-. and meara <*"> at'
1T^SV* of their mental energy in the 'non. After a time salvias
issue is rapidly obacurM in hZr ot their m" energy in the "wn- wr a time salvias are
mind by un emotional' .Ik/ study ' *metics and clothes. Jnclined to become poor and stalky
Kupert and the Caravan37
*Z$$Ut
H*
M^H Adds a rich beefiness
to all your cooking.
and
When taxed with this, women Wnen this stage is reached hard
And I opir FnHv I, i.,....j complain they are forced into it ytir heart and cut them ritht
-.nn i-ofi.c tndain \ Slammed by man's peculiar tastes. But back to within 2 or 3 inches of
W_.v foor scientific inquiry has demolished lhe bed. Manure and water gen-
Mi-aN cornered by masculine this charge. eroualv and they will ioon be beor-
logic she dabases the argu- In a quit of 150 girls. G4 per ig profusely
ment by bringing it down to a cw. "nd that before adolescence
bad this I will not jnrsonal 'evei. The conflict ends 'hey wished they had been born
past against her in shrill abuse hurled through boys, but having reached the
eat of her intellpc- a slamming door. paim-and-powder stage only 18
ill measure her 3 Women squander their share P"" c*nt. still regretted being
now with "' the greatest progreaiiv females.
thought curiosity in gossip Apart from their never-end'ng
_'the mechanism Hiey are curious enough only to need for articles of adornment
[it (onpar^
ipnes ihe power nf lind out how Mrs. Smith
gghs 5ozs. less in afford nacMne,
i woman Hut site discover how it wor.ts
Ktsnt as structure 4^ The>- make nothing nf th
ran most women are contented
ot their lot.
And It's Like That
Everywhere
again.
When watering annuals avoid
soaking the Mowers. Gardeners
love to hold the watering pot
shoulder high, doucing the blooms
and letting the poor roots get what
little they can. This tends to rot
the Mowers, making them wither
Ith **r more quickly than they other-
wise would, and. at the same time
depriving the roots of the full
amount of water they should have.
light watering of the entir*
ha and mans.
|UsrnJum Like
farroi*

a, therefore assume
have tiv
g> Uw brain cells and
I fto we account i< i
Igwhir.c intellectual
[ of this superiority
l four points:
have been
THIS characteristic of being plant will not hurt it, but tin
01 "
a-jantlsts have found quota of that other great crea-
dtffei*n.> ":vp urse. the competitive spirit
They feel it is satisfied if they X easily contented is a funda- volume of water should be direct-
get a batter bargain than the mental feature of feminine make- ed to the roots,
woman next door. up throughout the living worlo. Manure your annuals lightlv
ao it seems that women have Us onset after adolescence is once or twice during their life
nLS,T 'MUipmont for log-cal a forward step in the natural time, but avoid hirnang up the
.!.; omtthlng stops maturing process which fits a bed. as that is apt to injure the
wh, ..- ., S2HI1 t0l heiLDrime purpose delicot* ^ which are generally
What is this something? looking after home and family, near the surfae*
SKUits-for origina. Women say it is men. I think But it is fatal to creative *"'aC*
fiat recent scientific experiments thought and endeavour, which HOLLYHOCKS (Althaea Rosea;
offer a more likely answer. depend on the restless urge for 7aii and gay. give the garden .
Male Animal:, Solve The s'f-awertion possessed by nor- luvely fairy-tale look, and are not
Prnhli'i mal m*n' tma iutlt olten enough in oui
SCIEVTTS-n!7!Tn!r ,k- *. ^ any woman who attempts garden*. Perhaps the reason lo.
cifcwnsTS found that after to compete with men in an this i. the length of time thei
adolescence male animals intellectual sphere starts off as lake (46 mouths) before How-
graduates solve laboratory problems more handicapped as I should be if
JO years But easily than females. This hap- mv life's-ambition were to be th,
[of tnem who net pens nut because the males hav<> word's bast nursemaid
eompetition with better Drains but because emo- ___LE.S.
Who* n* sjKM on Kw quay
Rupert rtMr, Hod?r,go houi *n
order io tnothd iruii tnd ihrn *ltp
down iht compjiiionw^ gj
Sjilor Sim" inklr would act bt:
nd thjt h'd come." mi.- i
liMk h*jr. "HeM Icno.
do." Djnna rhe icip ficpji. fui
been xood that there h. Men
n>> 'ieea n nolti him. but i\\ i\
8 ite he lump* up jng run t\ong
(he i;jblc tecunng the ihtp. Hi.
.-ome bjek." whitperi Rupen
jrnently. but fleppo hn .Ire.dy
Jmpptjred on board. The >ihlc
n very fhirk.
:fii i nd u toon g4ii!i|{ MM
r;e deck.
rnl*. In U iisil.il. IVsi
rs Search For Secret Of The Slim Figure
By Chapmun I'inrfaer
ing. and the large space the h
leal vigorous plants take up. But
il you can spare the time and
space, nothing gives a garden so
much charm as a row of Holly-
hocks in pink, red or white, or al
three colours. When the Howe-
spikes grow very tali, it is some-
times necessary to give them soin
support by staking them upright
After the lirst flowering and whe''
you have collected all the drie>
walking test as the moderately fit. sml pod9 you will need for nr#.
ie investigation Is now being year's planting, cut the finlshe
flower stalks down to the base, nnc
the plant will give a second
flowering. These "seconds" wil
be much less vigorous than th<
first, the plant often sending up
three or more slender tpikes in
place of the one sturdy worth hjviiu.
2"1"*"!, were asked
for fatness-fitness
Moor track Fifty
I Tat. some wiry
r* doctors.
.eh Energy?
Jj*u fitted "with a
* connected to a
fc* bag strapped on
ham they were
many people with By analysing the contents of the eontinued along different lines.
gst fat while breath-bugs the scientists calcu- Meanwhile these first results
pg on weight how- lated how much energy each stu- prove that the national problem
Jf*1*'' dent had lo expend to walk 300 ot obesitydoctors estimate that
fc question a team yards. The smaller this amount maybe a million Britons are over-
Busts is carrying the higher the person's efficiency weight to in extent which men-
experiniciits with as a machine aces their healthIs not to be
Edinburgh Then ; had his solved by any diet or formula ap-
> "hit findings physical Fitness measured by step- plicable to all.
Nv ping on and off a stool ISO times And they show up the utter fu- treatment prolongs- the flowennt?
led by DR. REG- in flvo minutes At the end of tillty of basing rations on the eal- iw*"od of the hollyhock 9)
ORE, bcg.in h< cst the doctors look fulated requirements of any weeks. When collectinn boiiy-
in-sense theory: ins pulse Those whose pulse- mythical "average man. hock seeds be sure to let then, ury
haw prone to fox- rates leas, and got Just Like Home xhv nower spike After pick-
tauh_ the liiglicsi back to normal soone-it were rated THE MORE I learn of the bird ^"^ the the dried pods, shall the-
world the more it seems to be ^op run on humnn lines Witness these them, and sun them for a day
BUtaoitntl bv an astute observer before storing for replanting. If
of both birds and humanity, the they are put up in the pod, in spite
REV. EDWARD ARMSTRONG: <.{ appearing dry. they often
FEMALE sung-birds as a rule mildew, and so become useless
yet up later than the males and
go fo bed earlier.
IN FLOCKS of jackdaws and
.:en the female pairs up
she is raised to the same social
standing in the flock as her mate.
WHEN common tern wants a
'_" mate he parades around carrying
' a fish in his bill. A female look-
husband begs for the
W**v They use less the moat lit.
^H t wren quota of
Ik /oil: 4nd fhey The results prove !hat SOOM
|ht of their meal* people use neatly twice as much
Ha fo the pallon" energy as others to do tb
amount of workeven when full
et-d much less allowance is made for differences
ghsaMsiei and in height and weight.
nke In Bar they yield no evidence
BpprtUes pets /iafsoer. r 'hu! tht TOt* al wMeJl
the hodty r.vpruds its energy t
r^-'hose appetites connected in any straight-forward
eSilly araaatad In b 'ay with appetite or tccipht.
Some of the biggest sstfeanl Dill
up high performances In
(he
for planting.
walking test. But so did some of
who only peck at their food. 'n* ,or
.1.-..V ------ Knlh tat -iixl >'*'
thus.
And there wart Ixith fat and
cr.iggy students among the pooi-
st |iiormers.
The Futility
Hollyhocks will grow well in
almost any position except, com-
plete shade. Like most annuals
they like an open sunny spot
Plant the seeds direct into a rich
*,ll prepared bed When the
e dlmgs are a few inches; high.
f necessary Keep well
uatered.
A BIRD takes over more ground
than he really needs, if rivals
try to advance into his stronghold
he usually gives way at rtrst But
-------., .- Km There seems lo be no simple as he gets driven back he grows
walk. Keeping their connection either Iwtween body bolder and his opponents become
^f u possible to the efficiency and physical fitness. The more timid. So they usually reach
Ithtee and one-third super-iit own in" general used as a point where neither presses the Jn the house for a week or more
mitch energy to complete the matter further^_______________________.^^^^^^^^^^^~^^~~~-^
This is the lime of the year your
Eucharist Ulies should be bearing
and continue bearing for several
weeks. Tube-roses are also in
flower. Both ot these are lovely
Mowers for cutting and will last
' Baseline Seow doe*, m murh for
owe .km. WoeBM IW wvid ove*
tnM rt tbey do noolbrr l.r.nh
i ream. So mafiralry rood ok at all .
tlaawhaM, asPTer gnmy. llaae4iae
Setew' koU be you daily I.....-
HAZELINE SNOW
FO It 4 SMOOTH. COOL S K r Mt
the beauty rream
that is a treatment'
r^ MAUUXK snow
pratrrt* UM .km fram el dirt. . iiunli agninat a
root* Ihr .kin immedialaly
it ii applMKi . o MBIffasSg
moflena and (.etluioee toe
kin. prernt. that hiwv lunh
A cleanses ihoioiKK:,.--mi. '
I ... sivn a i>.
j foasdatiou lo. |
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GarOania ; iparklirt ootn-a,r Can Manbar.
<~r* **,?>** i f
ra tai t k sooo , ii, r ion boh w i
l at a asaaaaa Cat in 'a a., in ,,,,,...
r/jpdticA
YAROLEY
(in nlue lovely colours)
'ooiii u old ao
KD StaaiT LONDOa
'.... KM hw
mu A
a*"

' :ng. a dwiMragaabie. TrrLirttre-
Iha rundsome blue sod i
UNOu" 'oa sosr. njsraooi. ouoew
COlfi,T|.,.lMOl(,,.,|IT lT0_________________
Thim wonrterfnl senejaiitui i- w.mtlerfiilly caay to get. .Tuat
I asjfhll LVbrnere llouquet Tsieuin
Powderr, alter every bath, every bathe. Than all day
long your faaemating fn>hnca will be the envy of your
friefrda : your skin will have iiurveUoue ulkan feature :
there srill linger uhoul fOM a ibiy iradurtive fragrattre.
Pag CaBhiat* HotK|nM II the Takuni Powder with the
fragrance tlsat man krra*
Cashmere Bouquet
TALCUM POWOEft
COLO ATI.P A L HOL I VI .SltT CO
'At last! The first strapless brassiere
thafs really secure
'a
Maiden
by fylatdenTvwi
and Hasri ssch a arm, ousmu caa as SKt ana} i Mass la ,aa> tssas
" .|lm is pan lass, sari ikk -ui askcala laaia| puca. s> asp.
pan saa Ista tak. I Hast IrspM. srn>n asaaM aa r>ir t(ars lar ssaasrtl
Cassat ** at Mack ra,aa siw art :** attaa brataosui sal Ista.
fanjnflnatden'jfan lx (mi Inji rl mm
i yuur raupc call* for milk-be
.... iue KLIM. Il adas eitra
nourithmeot lo Madfjaj .iam
ups: make, lichrr. tmoolhcr
patiriv.; eabaote. the Aavoe of
v..ilie sssasaita, All ike
ilr will raiov the ireMt vou
prepare widi K! IM Kcer M IM
haadt in >-our cupboard fteaatav
~il assn freakwickwl irkis-
eratioal
M-MILK
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BARBADOS & AMMil
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k UMM <* Ui * ! ... Bn1l1n
Sunday, March 5, U50
(.mill Housekeeping
THE publication of the estimates lor
1950-51 gives the people of Barbados an
opportunity to review the general eco-
nomic condition of the island. The estim-
ates however, as published do not give any
clear picture of what the expenditure will
be in the ensuing year nor does it give any
indication as to any changes in taxation.
The Memorandum issued with the estim-
ates points out that the estimates have been
compiled on a "housekeeping" basis; that
is, the Revenue is calculated at existing
rates from existing taxes and duties and
the expenditure makes provision only for
the continuance of existing services.
A fiscal survey is being undertaken by
the Economic and Financial Adviser to the
Development and Welfare Organisation,
and it is proposed to await the findings of
this survey before proposals are made for
embarking on new or extended services.
As a result of the survey also th Gov-
ernment will decide, in the light of their
financial resources, the extent to which
further capital works can be undertaken
and the relative priority of proposals for
capital expenditure.
,irt has already been made with the
runway at Seawell but the future of
the East Coast Road and the construction
of a deep water harbour are still uncertain.
These arc matters on which pronounce-
ments by the Government are eagerly
awaited.
The deep water harbour has been the
subject of discussion for many years and its
construction appears to be the only hope
for Barbados to regain its former position
as a major port in the British Caribbean.
In the construction of new capital works
he Government must arrive at some
decision as to the manner in which such
a wiil be financed. The extent to
which current Revenue is to be used and
the extent to which loans will be the means
employed so that future generations can
also help must be decided without undue
delay.
Members of the public will look forward
to the speech of the Financial Secretary in
the hope that he may be able to mm
some of the questions which at present
turn them.
Because of its limitations no detailed
criticism of the estimates can be made at
this time But it is a hopeful sign that the
Government has realised that indisti imu -
IK-nding can continue no longer and by
adopting a policy of good housekeeping
nditure can be Wore closely correlated
to the financial resources of the island.
I h|i.m ii. Justice
i HE result* of the recent General Elec-
io England are of more than passing
It fur the Colonial Empire. The Sccre-
0l State for the Colonies and the
.iaentary Under Secretary, Mr. Ides
Williams, were both defeated in different
constituent k
(Ml demonstrates lucidly that on
I -irty issues the welfare of the Col-
ire minor assets to a politician's
armoury Tin- Government rightly elevates
the Colonial Secretary to the distinguished
i .nk of Cabinet Minister, but the electcr-
flioul regard for failure or succeas of
ltiv* oi Colonial peoples has
;ed from office both the Secr'tciy of
for the Colonies and the Under
Secretary.
Sober analysis, free from the bias of any-
party allegiance illustrates that with the
lit iiaiiiameptary system in Great
Britain it is impossible for any wnhltkUM
politician to perform the arduous duties of
Colonial administration and keep himself
in the fmefront of his consti'.uents, who
\..t.- not for Colonial peoples but for
themselves in general elections.
Mr. Creech Jones after fifteen years as a
ajfu] labour politician (and the most
popular Secretary of State for the Colonies
of this generation) finds himself to-day
with no job. An ambitious politician can-
not serve the colonies and look aftci his
constituents interests in Parliament at the
same time.
The office of Secretary of State for the
Colonies has essentially been a stepping
stone for cabinet ministers on their way up
to the higher grades of cibinet office. To-
day it is a handicap because it can only be
carried out if the holder is free from the
duties required by his constituents.
The interests of the Colonies and those
of Great Britain are not synonymous. And
it is a moot question whether the Secretary
of State for the Colonies might not with
greater justice be selected by Colonial peo-
ples on whose goodwill his successful term
of office ultimately depends.
The recent negotiations over the price
and conditions of sale of West Indian
sugar to Great Britain provide a satirical
sidelight on the disadvantages of cham-
pioning colonial peoples at the expense of
the electors who go to the polls.
Mr. Strachey, the Minister of Food who
objected to the demands made on behalf of
West Indian sugar workers, is in. Mr.
Creech Jones whose sympathy towards
their claims was witnessed by the dele-
gales to London and by Mr. Bustamante,
is out.
Mr. Strachey has since been promoted to
the important Cabinet Office for War.
It is not much fun holding cabinet rank
as Secretary of State for the Colonies. The
question needs study.
Imported Colour
BARBADOS in her attempt to attract
visitors to this island whether as tourists
or as temporary residents does so merely on
the strength of the natural attractions with
which she has been blessed by Nature: a
climate of even and almost unvarying
temperature, excellent seabathing, places
of historic interest and a friendly people.
In the neighbouring colonies there is a
wealth of colour lavishly displayed and of
which the fullest use is made. In Trinidad
and in a lesser degree in Grenada the
colour and bright displays and the touch
of cabaret given to public shows at Carnival
time certainly add to the natural beauty
which those islands possess in no small
measure.
Colourful dresses which follow old
French and Spanish styles and dances too
give that kind of atmosphere which is what
a tourist hopes to find in a new country
Now Barbados is singularly bankrupt of
colour. But there is no reason why local
hotel proprietors and others interested In
the progress of a tourist trade should not
explore the possibilities of employing say-
two or three of Grenada's best for the
tourist season.
The numbers who flock to Trinidad at
Carnival time show how muvh welcome
there would be for colour and gaiety. But
enterprising hotels proprietors would find
the graceful maypole dancers end choirs
of Grenada profitable additions to the
hotels' list of entertainment.
[_VABc,
Sitting On The Fence
By ViiliaiiH'l (aubbins
Recent election polls bava bothersome, blooming scullery. of a spiv myself, bem in the ole-
revealed that nearly 12 per cent Don't Jose your blessed temper, sale grocery. And so was er em
ot the electorate still reply "Don t dear. Put on your blessed oait-
know," Won't say." ana en and go back to your blessed
Couldn't care less,'' when asked -rady.
how they are going to vote
It was in England long ago the
rebel first appeared.
That Englishmen might speak Floating Vote
And bless you, loo. ... Dear.
pluyer, wiio's a general Hade.
in the import and export. 'It me'
and your boss was taxed 100 per
cent. I said, 'bang would go|
your ome and your job on the
same day, and we'd all be on the i
bread line,'
After the daughter ad flared
their minds, no death or torment ..^ |ooks fls u ^ and ^ wifc ^-^--^ ^ ^ ^
The stubborn hearts they cuuld ">< the daughter are all going to al me about the Liberals and er|
vote different on election day, WOman Prii.iL- Minister. 'Ii
said Floating Vote. woman spoke to woman as eads
The daughter, who as all the ot states,' she said, 'that would
brains of the family, is still red be the end of all this claptrap
ot for the Socialists if they'll talc* rtDOUt H-bombs and more talk
the taxes off the wage earners and ab0ut ealth and progress.
not break, now broken I 9 ufai
By "Don't know," "W
and "Couldn't care less."
John Ball, he was an Englishman.
who asked, In some surprise.
Who, then, was serf and senile- P"1 on _" .'* \as% spivs
men in Eden's paradise'"
When feudal squires hanged him
high he left an Englj:
drive about in Rolls Royces. But when I said whenever
The wife wants the Liberals to womon spoke to woman there
git In as she reckon* they'll be was always an ell of a row, and
Ili.IN lit Itll till EUIKIUIICI IILI _. ... rf-------------------- -- .
For Don't know" -Wui'i say- lhe Woman Party wlth a won,an thai nothing short of a mincla
and "Dorft bother me."
Prime Minister and no more war wouid change the sex of old Joe
And me? Well, I'd still like to stalin she flared out, too; and
Wat Tyler was an Englishman *eeP b,il ot ""S^tTS*? iS shc and lhe daughter spent the
who. from the farmlands, "n'y to leave LI to ttM wife and riJsl 0f the evenin natterin in the
strode the da,1hler' kitchen.
To lead a band of Kentlshmen 0f counWi thc daughter's idea "^ '/ we're all goin to vote
along the Mile Endroad; of *splv j, diffenmt from everv- dlffprc"i <>n polling day and can-
When they slew him in the ^y % aa vou miKh, expect MLc?c\otoe^.out'J_ "H*.
market-place there dawned Wltn an cr rcadin and learnin.
brighter day
For "Dont know," "Who, me?" "To the daughter a spiv is not
and "Really can't say." always a young smart alec with
padded shoulders pinch in lorry
Thai Englishman can say their loads of rations for the black
say has long been England's market, but anybody who buys
pride, and sells something he asn't pro-
It was for this, and this alone, duced with and or brain.
that English martyrs died;
But did they die by sword and
rack and on the gallows tree
For "Don't know," "Won't say
" 'The only people who are not
always spivs, da.,' she said are
the workers. All the rest are
specially If its nlnin."
Old, old story
A swan found limping near
the River Orwell, at Ipswich,
was suffering from gout, ac-
cording to a veterinary surgeon.
THE swan said, in an Interview
yrsterday:
"I've never touched a drop oi
and "Don't bother m*"'
Biess You, Dear
'Then
middle men or spivs in city clothes strong liquor in my lile, thi
who ought- to be taxed 100 per 1 uon't .suppose anybody will
cent to let the others ave a proper belitvfl me. They woulan't bc-
ll.n linlos Museum %ml
llisioni.il Stirielv
THI work of lhe Barbados Museum &
Historical Society has received a further
mark of recognition, for His Excellency
the Governor has kindly consented to be-
come a patron of the Society. The Governor
follows Sir Mark Young, G.C.M.G, and
Sir Hilary Blood. K.C.M G.t LL.D., who
both gave their Patronage to this Society.
The former Acting Governor, Hon. Stewart
Perowne, O.B.E, was member of the
Society and took a very keen interest in
all its activities
The need for more active participation
by the inhabitants of lhe Island in the work
of the Barbados Museum & Historical
Society has been stressed more than once
in lhe columns of The Advocate. There are
at present only 2J8 members of UM S
a regrettably small number for an institu-
tion c.iteim (or the educational and cul-
tural enlightenment of the community.
Last month 787 persons visited the Museum,
which u some indication of the value of
the work of this Society.
reward for their labour1
large number of .1When h -d nnlsned er ,ittlo
to ncip with the washing up. w
Dr Richard Brook. Bishop of ----------------------------------------------
St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich.
CAN I help you. dear?
Yea, dear, but not in your beat
potters.
Why. dear?
Crease, dear.
I'm not wiping thc plates on
my gaiters, dear.
Don't oroue, dear.
All right, dear. Will you dry
lhe dlshos?
When you'ue washed them,
dear.
They're very dirty, aren't thev
dear?
Thcu harrn't been washed for
a week. dear.
Wilting for my afternoon off,
dear*
Yes. dear.
What's the stuff on this plate
like yellow concrete?
Thai's week old egg, dear.
The blessed stuff wont come off
with a blessed mop, dear.
Then use a blessed knife, dear.
What blessed knife?
Any blessed kni/e. dear.
But if I get It off the blessed
plate on to the blessed knife low
do I get it off the blessed knife?
With another blessed knife,
dear. *
And how do I get it off thai
blessed knife''
With a Ihird blessed knife, dear.
Or a blessed fork, or a blessed
spoon. Vae your blessed loaf,
dear.
Now I've dropped the blessed
plate.
And smashed the blegsed thing,
dear,
I'll smash the blessed lot if I
stay any longer in this blessed
Iiuve my lather, who was a Ufe-
long teetotaler and always hai.
ulages.
"1 expect we both inherited it
from my grandfather, who leo
rather a wild life. During an at-
tack of gout, his language was
$o awful my grandmother hao
to take the children to anothci
nest,
"It is not generally known that
gout is a common complaint
among swans, That is why we
walk so badly, keep our teet as
long as possible in cold water,
and have -such vile tempers.
"Get away from my foot.
damn you."
London Express Service
"Just car
u-ailmo to sec if you
throw at.aw any petrol
coupons'"
Today's Gem
"There are two ways of
llvlni: a man may be casual
and simply exist, or con-
structive arid deliberately
try to do . .in. ihn,, with
his life. Tjhe constructive
lde.i kssVHu 'Hislruclive-
nrs* not only about one\
own life hut about that of
oclely. and the f u t u r p
possibilities of humanity "
111 IAN HrXLEY
Now It's British
Again
AUSTRALIA DECIDES
MKLHOURNE,
The wqrd "British" is going
on Australian passports again
The former Socialist Govern-
ment substituted "Australian'
IngtMd of British'' on paiuorl
covers In January 1949.
A passport-holder will be
described as an "Australian citi-
zen and British subject."
Mi. Harold E. Holt. Immigra-
tion Mi lister said today: "Aus-
tralians h&Vt every right to share
the prrstige which goes with thc
British passport.
"The change will symbolise
more cicrly Australia's member-
ship of the Commonwealth with-
out suggesting any lack of pride
hi her status as an independent
nation."L.CS.
OI II III AIM IIS V\ .
Will Liberals Vole Tory Or Socialist At Next Election
1
To lhe Editor. The Advocate
Sia. What will happen in the
a seems to be
lootning in the United Kingdom
,~>ilit expressed re- Jhe Liberak
.n a letter to a London (vvtueh would ensure an anli-So-
wspapsx is that "two and a half ciallst victory without OOSBpra ; nion to be reasonably
wur and make a Socialist victory fore the t leaders is big businessmen and others keen
TtJ" -. ,. *hls Will Itai try to squeeze the about the promoUon of new in-
Tho ConservaUve leaden now Liberals out of Parliament at the dustries in the island.
fresh opportunity to offci ..-uaUng the Liberal The article is accompanied by
arrangement voter .mil thereby ensuring a So- a number of striking photos.
Ill they allow showing machinery and processes,
nd I need not say that It is verv
' FaJftS ber", ^ ?*&**? ,r T U- "S^= ? 5. = ^e clear' 33" ex^hing" i. on the
.:. spite of the tre- bcral Party They might, for in- ensure a majority in Parliament largest and most up to dalebuu!
nitaa fiBJ&LW&aM "I?-*12 W- to Buflsuppo^tharevenCa^db^
WATCHER
Chocolub-
and on the door- constituencies to be chosen bv thc s
step against 'splitting the anU- Liberals, who in return would
Socialist vote' Those who are stand down in 00 constituencies to
capable of Ix-int influenced by the be chosen by the Conservatives.
argument of the 'split' or thc The Conservatives would then be
'wasted' vote have nearly all been able to win all the scats |
drawn off already into the camps according to the recent results. To lh Editor. The Advocate,
two main parties. Those lhe danger of a split vote has been Sia.A few days ago in a letter fri-n.
who have remalnedfaithful to the shown to be serious and has, in to you I ventured to emphasize , fEeJTfcssl S rtnii SJ
i of this some cases, let in the Socialist on douht concerning the success of em tahl^Srti rlV
..s pressure from two great a minority vote. On thc other the proposed pottery development .
- as, arc not now to lie hand, It would enable a fair num- scheme because of the uncertainty
i-arty unless they are ber of leading Liberals to be re- whether an adequate market was c .
bich will en- turned to Parliament. I think that likely to be available, and I then Orval Mol
i unent of many people who are not Liberals went on to ask why in the West
Cadbury'
had to make a beginning.
By the way. I think it much to
be regretted that the "Crown
Colonist" is not more generally
subscribed for in the island. L
OOlj know of two or three copies;
one is kindly loaned to me by
F, G.
heral members would be pleased to see in ParUV aiertals T" '"< ff*ior. The AJt-ocatf
In particular must merit men ot the experience and exist in plenty a chocolate and _Sni-~~s^ H*"* Lauoer is dead
.fuming to regard the ability of Sir Archibald Sinclair, kindred products industry has To eveo* Scotsman or Scotswoman
. as their preserve. Mr Dingle Foot, Mr Grahai ertousty attempted in B*rtosdoa and to many more
maintaining an attitu/fc of White. Mr Frank Byirs. Mi ng thus, I have seen beS*- "* following exuact from
the Liber;'! Arthur In that fine journal, the "Crown s '"nines" obituary notice will be
lhe Libeiwl leaders. Cornyns Carr, and others. Their Colonist" (January issue), a most * "Merest.
ihev adopt a more respect- presence in Parliament would be intcresbng article describing the "Jokes about Harry Lauder's
towards the Liberal all the more welcome in view of giant lories at Blr- wealth snd his Scottish care of it
p_-. || drive the the deplorable absence of Inde- mlngham. England, which I should were common But they were
into the arms of La- pendent members. Tfce choice be- like to bring to the notice of our friend .v as known that
he could be ver> onerous when
he had a mind to be. During the
war of 1914-18 he threw into his
country's cause every ounce of his
material and moral weight. By
his example and influence he
a^oke and confirmed the spirit
of patrioUsm, winning many re-
cruits for military serv.
conscription came in. He raised
large sums for public ends by
giving concerts and variety per-
formances, and was assiduous In
going to thc Western Front to en-
tertain thc lighUng men ThrrV
was one moment in his career
when lhe power of his personal-
ity blazed forth. During the war
he produced an indiffercni revue
in a London theatre The curtain
of the first act fell upon a patri-
otic song sung by Harry Lauder,
whose only son had recently been
killed in action. The Intensity of
conviction with which he sang
that song was tremendous. When
Hhe war was over his services
-ight worthv of the
Knighthood with which he was
honoured In ll
own songs and U
and even all these year^
prime some of them-
>g. Jock".
"Just a wee Dcoch-an-Roris",
"Roamln' In the Gloamm "It's
nice to get up in the morning"
(but thc list might be almost in-
increased) are still
familiar to thousands. In "Roam-
in' in the Gloamin' \ one of his
books of reminiscences, issued
soon after his wife's death in
1927. he paid tribute to a part-
nership of greatest happiness
which had lasted for little short
of 40 years.
Not long before his sixty-eighth
birthday he fell and fractured a
thigh, but made a comp:-
ery and when war broke out in
1939 he emulated the example he
had himself set In 1914. Again
he gave his rich talent to enter-
tain the fighting men, giving his
services free provided that the
men of the forces did not
have to pay to he
He gave several broadcasts in thc
transmissions to the forces, i
hen the war ended, though
In his seventy-fifth year, he con-
tinued to give occasional per-
formances on the air. which evok- I
ed, at any rate from older llrten-
notfcal of the1
hall in wnll
Lauder had been so bright I
an ornament."
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ROCO
lUrch 6 al 0.00 pin
V the Gambia
jponsored by the at.
,nd si. Lawrence
. will be accompanied
p^ce Band, unaer Capt
rtuaoB. ARCM., and Ine
iVMCher will be Kev
V Vaujrhan of Codnngton
-P,
I
J2 GIIL GUIDES Fair thu
^-r will be held on Saturday.
i.il 1M arill Hall.
Kl BRITISH COUNCIL
(w;.^ will open as usual at
Ej,1 lor the convenience
ri, visaing to listen to Fa: t
rC. Anthony and Cleopatra.
ir lalts from 8.30 to 10.00
ft* leading parts are as fol-
?(>oitni Fay Compton; H" S GLASGOW which has heen I. -
ESSrord Evans; Caesar t-u" < Athlone to Barbados wTu.SE nictT, s>(v10,nd^''*- '* I"'". 'he Earl and
TJm Hayes; Enobarbus mand "' lhe ship,
^lllks;' chsrmianRachel
pompeius Francis de
i The narrator is Duncan
-tad it is produced by Val
mnoiinus" fans will be able
Mr it next Sunday. March 12
-* March 19 at the British
I WikeSeld.
ACCIDENT occurred on
fcffthinj View Road, Christ
it about 8.45 p.m. on
between the motor car
nf1SL.E[l "' A,hlne, brother
Tk,'L^' 0,Tock' was ^"n
fi.1. ..-f10" PaU,cc n April
i or... . -------. >. 14th. 1874. Ujitil the a. ..
Bmed and driven by Filz- forty-three he bore the till. n
htm of St. Lawrence, and Prince Alexander of Toek- ri,Yri..
Mnsn Dudley Chase of the first work, wv he ii, ,o,n
*Sreet, Christ Church. rnon with other kinsmen of the
was taken to the General lyn^< renounced his roval Utla
-J and treated for injuries ' German origin. II,
IRrdiead and left forearm, ""name of Cambridge, and was
treatment he was dls- "<*"> Earl of Athlon,.
aik marII' Princess Alice ,,f
SOTBU ACCIDENT took A I'""?"'"'". < Queen
to on Deacons lload at h,8tl"' '" }!*} T.n?r marriage
El pm. on Friday be- ne^^c^'wni^
"' ^'S?- "n! JR' In representing H
-Jta by Reginald French of King in different parts of th
B, Christ Church, and the Commonwealth. The Eail
B wed by Sybil Conliffe tribute to his wife when as Ch ,n"
ksv rnd ridden by Sheila cellor of the University of London
| sf Clevedale. he conferred on honorary degree
accident Worrell com- on her in 1934, saying: i; |
of pains in her arm. The have been at any time of any
as extensively damaged, little help to my countrv
HOOT 6.50 a.m. on Friday 'ellow men, 75% of the', n
I accident occurred on vfrv '?' estimate is due to
lld between the National PrlncMS Alice
H74, driven by Claude A Soldier
The Earl began Ms career as
. on Tuesday, InZr^TT^XVlo^'S. M?
The Earl of Athlone
K.C., P.C., G.C.B., G.C.M.G.G.C.V.O., D.S.O., F.R.S.
Service
Was Well
Attended
Scouts' and Guides' Own
Ine Annual Scouts' and Guides'
which was held at the St.
Michael s Girls' School on Sunday
last was fairly well attended
The Scouts assembled ,
Queens Park as was arranged,
and marched to the school, led by
UMi Police Band, while the Colour
l arty and the Cubs assembled at
boot
li!5 r5,C.4fnc>' ,h Local Chief Scout, arrived at 4 30
and was met by the Island Com-
missioners for Scouts and Guides,
and the Colour Party which then
marched behind.
Prayers were said by the Revs
Cro,y nd Brewer, while the
address was g|vm by the Verv
Rev. Dean Hutchinson In the
I his address the Dean
said it was good to sea Scouts and
l.uides met together for the pur-
pose of worship, because the
-Movements stood for a verv im-
portant aim in the world: com-
radeship and unity, which were
very wonderful ideals but. un-
happily, very scarce nowadays. He
said that every day we read of na-
tions preparing for war. and that
an implement even worse than the
Atom Bomb would be used in the
next war. and that there seemed
to be no doubt that as was said,
the uvilised world would be
wiped out in such an event The
Dean said that some people took
in' imiihu =.< m, the view that there was unihmv
^SnlrTn Tvy "^V""' T^ 2" 'uld d' ""'" " was
,hi hi- ^,S" '",?** ^Vch "Ut " << "nd <"rink for tomor-
yJl, ,1*"*d ."'"". b"0re row " "">" hich one would sav
he war: it is not as strangers, , modern parlance "We cannot
therefore that they returned for eare less". bThe wassuroT.t
the installation of Princess Alice was , lhe eelng with Scouti
SfwSTuSJf 'hc Unlv"r""> '" -=^'na shouUid
the West Jndief.^ ot be. They could do something
Th s--i .t, L L potentially very great. Hc said
PT.=? s n A,nl?n has been lhcy rould not h* Mrd
Personal ADC. to the King Councils of the United M. ,.
SBJ^LJ%ZS ril" ?,' ihC bu' *? eould'mTke ^com'rtbu.'
2^i r2fd C!?' ',*" 0rdeT "on "' inestimable value.
ls^Jrnce0'l9J3rUG,ri'M.n.d- ~J.n- -S^1""" ,h' -"n ""'
ler of the Order of St. Michael
and St. George.
and have travelled widely ..
Europe. Immediately before their
L OF ATlll.iiM;
near to stirring up civil war
of Paynes Bay, and the J.ne Earl hegan his car
m M-2428 owned and K Si He w.as cduca'' at Eton, ultima's '^?h,Alr'ca' ""d "* su'l""u""gly tit and ready
by Carlisle Headley of "nt,frinco "' ,he l ^ cv o' go there, and at Sandhurst, being T",s f'*na' "n'ervenUon. public engagements since his ill-
aii r. i___i.....,.- ""' 'o he 7th Hussare. Ho wlf. ri,'lJ'' Athlono and his ness in November 1948.
it in India, went in, ,i, ,llomel" 1930, mak- is a programme which will
SiS'tront femtar f .""? "T,' ,"a,al- "ml I*" Attiea |A|^ 'S^ "fough continue rignt tnrough the sum-
^ST~, v,m I ^ part in the Matabele cam- a, d Turkev ^kC' ^nsjordan mer a dear indieulion of the
t rS^r? Kfii," ,. "< dls"nguished himself Kc,eT n'0 Wh,C,re,,", viaited remarkable recover, he ha, made
by Mr. Colin Goddard, in lhe fighting, once dashed to the ft. ', ""* B* 'n London, following his operation nearly
Id when it became '"- rli-f f ri.Mi ,,-. ^--------.. .,ni*,int.,i n------
an accident
"Wc all know, you and I. that the
Scout and Guide Movement is not
a religion, but it could be a help
meet to religion".
After the address His Excellen-
cy called on the Scouts and
Guides to renew their Promise,
after which the colours were re-
lumed to the bearers, and the
function came to a close.
Hearty thanks to First Sea
LONDON (By Mail) Scouts who remained behind after
King Qaorsji vi l,> returned 'he ceremony and rendered yeo-
irom a iciiginy Sandnngnam, man service under their A.S.M.
ler vacaUon looKing n'r* 1*. G. Banfleld in helping to
I Nearly 100
Guides Parade
Brown Irs

Girls' School lii^'
fortunal* ihat

.hmfey. ;k, Hare*
400 !i.nRers and GuUtf
in Trafalgar Squ
March
i': .: ,
The children art
in the Ulaui
All Brownie Packs an ,
be at Pax Hill k>
Her Royal H
(Sirl (iui Fair
Bid UWf |j
months t

(or each Comp.ii.
sell and Guide s an
collect abaft
posaible. We mu-t all make n
very special aflOli toil

ind raise enough UBM]
tT!!i;nient araita hod
Si-.~imi- Tomorrow
There is a ,chai i
ndar for the M
/curt of Grand Sessioi
>pans tomorrnrt' i
ban batng two case* i
nd one of manslaughter,
nid two nf man
POULTRY FEEDS
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iron.
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Norfolk winter
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ind ready
a~.. .. u. ^aiiuiiu 111 iK'ipiIl^ .o
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I it about 4,30
A ., i X .- """kuisnea iurnscir Kernel pa-h, !.."!' visiu-U reniarKai,
Goddard. In the fiKhtinn. once dashe.1 to the 5e K-ri . Back *n London, fonowinjE
ccame in- rUef of Colonel (later General) and CoilB/W"1 Governor M-r uo.
on Day Baden-Powell when the latter Wa, ^1,.^ ,.,fn^lrtndsor Ce, H Mm
pm. on *rely be** in a mountain attack. Z, i -rely be~t in a mountain attack VSJ" p^^"" >. d toS
and^won Jwo |? ,dl, ^^^filg^fl*
anu won two mentions In dls- work ha. aiw.. i "PI
Wived in the accident ?"*<* Baden-Powell wrote of and he Sd h^-. lnleren' him,
rvr o, Gibbons Bogg. ^eVa^a^aTa^pe'S'ol S^* ""' '
News From 4th Barbados
Pack
On Tuesday last, 28th Febru-
ary, eight members of the 4th
Barbados (James Street) Puck
.vlaiestv is feeling o well P?ld a vis,t ,0 lhc Barba<'.os
25 YEARS \GQ
lUrlmdon Advorjlr, |
Ittl
A fire
Town, st Lucy,
>n the Ibi
lestroyed 500 h
ripe canes bcloniiim.
Mln Ski i
. not estimateil
isurancc.
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CLASS TOWELS, 77c. ,,.l,
KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c, 74 ad 78c. each
OAMASK NAl'KINS, 65c. each
HI t K KIWI I I.INt; , \v[,i,c, GoMi ttmn ,, and
Mi ill 70c. and 8lf. p-.-r yd.
VKI.I.OW COTTON Ol'STERS !6c. and 38c. each
C. F. HARRISON
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MCOONNEY,
ry aspe,.
k night work~he >fiuM']u5"l5 bZ?hf "W^T"1""1'" *"h
who down upon the ground to recuper! w.Uf.h_,J-_?'-2?0-.. '" 1834 he
quick on denials, has not squash- ,,;L ^CT ,..;."";.,., ".
n'obe^Mc""*". P"~ """"" KrtS, P.l8|i" iSkTsSS, 'S
mem trS? fh? vt^."' a"n"n isiL '" COU" ,C'rC"" ""' B*1"* ,n' returned to their
Premier Meruies would not com- Headquarters, a few games, which
in himself to a pubUc aiuiounce- they enjoyed very much, were
I flee
I Wr-
CCONNRT. who down upon the ground to fecune,: ,Tughl ".00. In 1834 he ,?T^Z. ,.'?""* w,ou"""" com- Headquarters, a few games, whic
th. travelling ol.t- ate himself with ;, good S ? "PP01"1"1 Chairman of the l himself to a pubUcaiuiounce- they enjoyed very much. M
motor lorry P-147, too tired to be di.t irbcd l,v the "' Comm"lve on Midwifery melU """">"' ""e definite basu. played outside in the open llr,
nme platform and files playing about his bure legs S'.up,' '>' into the prob- IL's|M',own """ fmn>"nieations Good Hunting! James Street
ee and hand.. For or the ants entering through the ,i'"b "' ""''ernal mortality, and ?J1!""IQT*""' 'wn Buck- Ke.p it up!
he had to be detain- gaping slits of his bin. ofTheT'! ';".'; "" 2* cl"'rm SSSruie'm ,hC Aus,rB"an
ml Hospital. At the beginning of the Boer uei??,^lm,,,^ ' UP 'o en- C;.......,, .,
War the Prince transferred tn ih. qmK 'nl ,he sla'>is and recruit- A lour or Australia this year .,
InniskilllnK rVagoSns lvn,. I"0"' of nurscs- ' also. IrTlMfi "'""'"I* 'ed out because of Holering News
th.] ^^^duetog^TullosJuih 'franH' chair"'"n of the Joint ,He ,ime 'lfm''"- Sunday. February 28lh dawned
Afrua Mon hi. own regiment IV* " "' 'he N.- In 1951' lhe Important Fest- npon a large number of I
which he reoinea later. He won 'Z^Z' PS* Aoc'.Uon " "''"> not allow the a^rnbined Camp .1 the St
a further mention" and the , CrTnlr?' Council for Re- Cl" nna lu*" >o remain away Luf 5fh?"St: G,Mr"e-
num. >v....... creative Physical mini.. - lor lona "his is the first item on a pro-
utumme planned for the advanee-
lOeneral Hotpltal.
toM that the Inrrv.
Upertv nf rnrrington
Iwas being driven br
TPIllllln. of Hre-.lon
I alonj Rtennev Po.d.
l.lt ahout ilnpn, on
i Dasslne two other
lorrv wa. forcoH into
r and I' wa. then th
'Ml off
D.S.O. in this war.
Governor General
1S32 he bicarne" Chancellor 'of Th"us'"lil52 would be the first J"}1"* P'an"- -
I^>ndon rjnlm ,lim h practicable date. menl ' "ovenng in the island
ill hold. Th. a..,. ..<. ----- Roll Call on Sunday piecnlna
fee Arrive
0l 1,000 ba^ ul no*
- tiuiana ..rnveu fur
7 the tiU-ton scnoonw
lUwU" yesteroay.
The schedule .949 tour wai ?", ^L " Sund"> nornlni
never "cancelled" It was merely ^n*Jr3V\"ve's "' 2H
postponed m* Mr- s '- Hainuell. A.D.C. for
Will r. d 11 Rovers in S.W. DMrtci
",M '""" ,:"l,:.....'" Various l.vel, d,Kussions took
P^rll,^ Y,1 W'" "PC'; "lace over c"l of tea. and on
Parliament m full panoply of Sunday morning aftei ablution
state on March 8. On the follow- and ,,ycal ,,.,,,*. uv tell ',
lip 111 ilai.i ? nkf.j4 In. a. h_j-a.___- .
He was appointed Governor- still holds
General of Canada first in 1914
the position he was to hold a Traveller
quarter of a century laterbut The Earl has always h~..
I D --. did not then take it up owing to great traveller In lii! k 2
' l>aS Of " outbreak of war. for he went Princes, Alice wen, out to Sa^
-WgO \_rt France instead wilh the Life Arabia .he invrV.tfor, of Kini ., Z.~, '-------If "' "> "orning ae,
S^H "I W'.' ^U,^"";, mt'". "'" Saud ""l ""veiled b V rnotof m. .r.^'vi6 unl ""' f"W' ""'' "h>'5lc"1 "'"'" <""v le ,
Uont and a brevet-colonelcy, and caravan across the desert from Sidy.'h? Prench PrMld*"> "'"> '' route march which had been
became a byword lor hi. extreme Jeddah to Riyadh. The" >,. "me. Aurlol arrive on a three- planned in an effort to revue
coolness under lire. After hold- entertained at Jeddah by Kin. ?ify f"" v'"1 A week later Scouting and Rovering ,nt,
I lnaVJ,l',US S,alT "PPO"""'; "o Abdul Arib. the first time a wo! v.^ ""' fnduct the New '"'' >""'" The ADC Joined
ended the war as Ilriga.l er-Gen- man |lad ever been guest%7 a Y*Jf. "o"0"" List Investiture. lhe parade punctually al 8 a.m..
, i al and head of the British mill- public banquet there A war "' lh* Kln'! engage- and on the order of US I. Jones of
{pplle. arnvilj b this ,fr> ""**""] '" * Belgian Army, later the Alhlones returned to the "I Include lhe presenting of St. George, the parade moved off
Jf* island mcludid 700 ?'"", "?1,d,cJ,n """orary Major- Mltlo. .,, HM S,,BSck J. *? ,r,!h """O" ' !"v''"n* m e.rcuitou. route.
|*co.i and sa^on, XT at," ,S} '" "2.?' ..v, The Kln Dn "" occasion of the S'' P,U no w tons of m this year the Earl of Athlone marriage of the Crown Prince of ".ry p*r,lde ' Ul CtMtlntm Morns' bugle. This brought many
IM Lewis" ^,,11 k., S out to South Africa as Iran. Guards; presentation of f-c colour. People running to see, and some
M. carbon"moS" uSTSTSEFL ^"pS. '94-"' ,M6 "" I ' XLESSJftft !"""'!" d ?i-'l'^_'001 * P.de, From
joer Owners Associa- Alice won a very special place
L***'*- In the hearts of the South Afri- repeated the pcrsorui >
"------------------- cans He del ghlcd them by whlch they had u, South AfricT l",b"c x1" nd attend the P"""" of St. George.
'rldllP A..I, learidng lo speak Afrikaans; heir The Eail visited the United SUte. football Assoclstlon Cup Final A"er they returned, they nested.
Ur /\rriVe8 rst intimation of Ihis accomplish- various occasions and roiifcr-
IIMvsl k. ... ment W "hen, in the middle of rcd with President Roosevelt ,,
if th. c yMlcrd*v > PoWlc address, he slopped |atCr with iv
* Ssguena, Ten,,,- speak,,,,: EM -jith the he"e 'r,a, I *?aladTtne in
bi^lfT 'I'2" ,"" ".'' SPC"k A'ri" '"-Allied statesmen wno came
KiaJflS, ? .?ur "ora "?"? """"vd, hl'J.si' various confcres
P" ded to the Island's that language. His audx ,, hlm5clf in c "5!';
a-,.. of whom w-ere Afrikaans-ipeak- w,r .ffort. and on w departure
r" 'or Barbados by "" eh.M.d him 10 the echo ,! i.,. VH proud to have ha.
m 4.200 bags of "Thr could nay here for good Canada's i:.,veri,r-(;enerl du
.1 34<.M feet of '" as wo are concerned .said in ,hl. war .,,. ^j ^
Iran. ouards; presentatio,, of ,,. ch.!. is people running to see, and some
From 1940 to 1946 lhe Earl of to thp P"rachule Regiment, and of them followed the parade. Prom
Athlone was Governor-General of *ll5lr,bul,on of the Royal Maundv 'he interest taken in these Rovers,
Canada, and he and Princess Alice HU M*'w'v has consented to lhty feel that the seed has been
- repeated the personal success Shcrborne and Weslmlnst-r ""n 'or greater things in the
which they had in South Africa PUD"c schooU and attend the ""''J" ' Sl- George.
Football Association Cup Final After they returned, they rested
the Royal Air Force Display, the I00* breakfast, and th.
British Industries Fair and the for, a <-hrch Parade at the St
Royal Tournament. Lukes church, wh.i, U.
he E?" ,'n mo5' enjoyable service,
he lessons were read b) H s i
given
J*ta of this cargo ma"y So"'h Africans, in fact the hlm ,ho opportunity of seeing tl
to-day E"1" ,erm ' olncr w" Pronged wonderful contribution w hi c
mmanded by ,OT ,',*? yJf "' 'he. ^"S i. Canad'"ns <" towards its su
Okirchil, has rail, i ,hc Unlon Government, headed in resslul prosecution.
"K'-' ... ijh u .1 * d-Jr bv Gen""1 Hertrog.
(* of "-' ." Is ,hc Conlrovcrny
----^-.^_^.^ .. Ilad HMYi-n mull- .auti irii K'HSlI
inportunlty of seeinf the engagement*, thia
rsnntriKiili.K __ l_ t i _. ...... __
Royal Tournament.
In M.y. when th,
'ion parties at
Buckingham Palace he will go JonS ",nd ADC well re-
with the Queen to watch the fjv*',vel>': "Xd ,hc o"''1
Grand Prix d Europe motor race "A"' "' After a very
"Mar^e,^!,0tave gSS86 S^SSS-
year. It
_. r -.......-* ' auenn me
Thinking Day Mllh.
----------------- Since leaving Canada the Earl
* the Sam,.o.v Conlrovergy of Athlone and Princess Alice _
com. t Sir? During the years that he was have revisited South Africa where Mediterranean P
I mc B-ro-- Governor-Gen' ral the conlrovers, the Government have presented trover rh^uirf
over the Union flagwhich came ihem with a house in Capetown, s-"vuucrs.
expected that Princes.T Elisabeth. wl.Gtri,-Scn'onl"
after a number of March engage- a visuby Mr^ A C jSlI-**! fW
ments. will fly t0 Malta to reioin for it r^i' A-G Jordan A I) (
K*r.TbrVh' ^ "' ^^ Sceo'to^'cr.;^ I? iTaVn"
hurjh who serving wltn ,h. w,n and " rousln. ir?.l
'----tT^dVy'S'"''''
I.N.S. They were then dismissed,
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I'M.!
SUNDAY ADVOOATf
'''Mm-. MARCH:
Our f'onlrinpwarlrw
ALDOLS HUXLEY ACCOMMODATION
H Wonatla*. Jcrrnlal
Talking Abou t Music
Ht WaiMl fartin*
II llouitlii*. Jerrnhl
lr, and his World".

n c.
try and his V. BROWN flrsl b. |
rtun hive In that fantasy Huxte) .11 w|,n tnt trulh when, at a small
* i.-.is r.iore plaint) playad w Mt "' boy nshlng with a bent pin. h
ntm Huxley. the disintegrating ideas at worn .jaurtit a very little fish un
pm.cu '"^ i^r... ......-......
loan Aldoo. Huxley. the dttintegratlng ideas at work
ol English in Dan ' 'in,.bo
al the ssme of the humen personality. 111-
o! Chrome suloled (rom passion, prejudge.
caught a very little fish and found
himself Alp against competing
what Wi '.
roUonlDg
lng for shoiu. hours, we can
i mal stanrl-
,r^ necesa-ry ... ueal with ou.
nmise.i 'up "i""!" ...,,.-.... -..-------------.
Waul ! 11 1 1 iltld at tne same 01 me numni >>-" witn mother boy who elaime I to star in* annexe
CrKl cjpia ot Chrome suloted from passion, preludire. |)ivt clught >nd pu, onr Mck |,s|| ... lun 10 oee.iluwing and the
VeJow" An.* Hay" and "Cray violence and oltectlon as Irom the m |ncn ,onfcr fbl. early ex- Demons Union has threatened to
lAldous Huxley'a physical insanitarlncs.es of birth. H,nM ,looa hlm in good ,te-i.. call out Ha members ir I admit
iKht wonder what disease and burial, was the goal i^hm MfT on h(. ( , ...-toil' ..mage was repre- towards which we
ai
iua! 1-
nuiMny
.jii out Its members if 1 admit
.mother sinner. Why. do you
i.ily yesterday. I had
l! pi!'..mage was repre- imsra. -""" ..... vr with 0 handicap of IB. Having m v.. "U y.w.jr. -
-.-. i nip In the other. It was deaerloed with a wean ,f w|,n ,h, Dorics he hes-' tnrow out a couple of company
. ilie standpoint that of detail which fascinated mur.y 1 ,lflni exploit" uicmoters and an unscrupulous
.olnt that , detail which 'aacirweo ma-iy o( ^ cxp|o
man. b. 1 series of and """> [L*I of other members of hi. club
futile v.ithout any Journalists a new catch pi
- a-- it W^g.,,*-gg ??* From these small beginning I
once more, rranxensteln ^ no. ^ wroIT s niinMt .., , ^
.1 aid ol his "J?"-T , that the methods he had employed and ,er,-, nowhere el
significance, und the In-
Of the seduction of a
character from spiritual
in?e Tninrtcdnrw. to polilical
activity The pilgrimage repre-
v-nT'V! 1 el oncv Huxlcyian,
ii and twentieth century-
Al. in 11 ;i deno-ndant
of Hi. I'.ctor.Mi M-icntist, fron
whom In Inherit* hiii mteHeetua
turtoelty, his .*!..'! m the poten-
.- of vience and hi* Innal.
dUtru.t Ol orthodox Christianity
He is typically a twentieth
centurv rrin. ond as such he is
in r'-v ^iUnit ih* convention!
whu-h Kovrmcvi nlnptrenlr
centurv Kueland and i^ I victim "I
the cymcUm eneniierfd by the
failure of Uie peace of 1918
piomotera and an unscrupulous
polilk-ian lu make room for two
murdiTtrs and a baby farmer! *'
mil", wailed faru*n. wringing
ins hands, I must o somewhere
that I
\ i
\\.r moralist. The wMntifk
rs could be us*,l lo ..H- 5,,^,, looked at him with I
from hii vantige in business. As his juu-donic eye. Well. I tell you
. .. , !!<- improved wllh practice. wh-i,- he said. "I'll send you
_*_ S I___ .nlltlf.. 4|.|lT^ T & it_________1__ __IkrtA 4Ali ate4>h
ImS'm merely to technique improved with practice. ,, (,, Mkl. "I'll send you
*.T Z u, urcaVh Tlv.xe>. 5 graduated into ptHttta, with b,cli lo Ute only place you can
? 1,^, nhcri ,W. "'king Ihc result that he became one of ach from hcr," Then opening
, ~.n.e the most .ucccsful and accom- JmaU ,Mr door. he beckoned
atadTand Means", published plished liars of his day. and died hlm ln ^rhen Brown went
w i37 b'a serious enquiry into a very rich man through the door he found hunself
*. moral ba^ of civiliMtion whe h, Khri ^ gaIes once more on earm.^nd the devU
can they be thieved' As ^iVKlivoWS- lying But first I must go to the
ll. twentieth century man. Huxle, BEH^OF UNBREAKABLE v^uws clgb and ,,. , 0^ ,1
I, in. maMa nineteen .,. no dimculty in disposing of V"""' "",!",_. ,,"." l0 con- *afs happened." Ml of this
, A" | Huxley, with hi; ,. Marxist solution: his h- o a ' ana m y ,dea. he was crossing the road
lenee and wit and .,rvatlon and the experience of tradlct any ne ne ne.ra ^hpn hf wM njn ovfr Dy h,avy
,. anv liresnnie m has taught him thai ,-omln, 0ut through the dooi truck Strangely enough, neither
Victortai about what ,. human personality is nut m.irkr(! exit." imbued with an the driver nor anyone else on the
IgSlt or might not describe, j'^onomie Man or a member of a ]nsallab]e passion for nothing bu! crowded street seemed to notice
was the darling of the sophUti- ,. s-conscious proletariat Some- lnil|) n, found himself con- that anything unusual had occurr-
ratsd rea HI vet* flid not. It Is true. material needs, is necessary to o( wnich h, followed he found that when he had pick-
any memorable human . well-bung uf the components f nnd |na, a ,)( ,.d h|mw|f Up he was none the
Id down "J *u,% '. '. j___,.# ti^n * ...ore for the accideiu'
,ny memorable huma
depict any re
depict any tt- society It has been laid down n"ir. worse for the acciden'.'
, , English life. b, :,ll the area. ,miloaaplttn and "" "^ '" '^""Jh"^,^. he "Well. I be darned".
'"'' ^' "'' '?a,""i r.,lW there was nowhere el aloud to himself "Her,

I'.IV i
ban
The
. he nld
wiih a i,:.^,.,, IcdteV by ChrW. Jl]*"J" * {m aloud 'o himself. "Here at last
ll N- Buddha. Co. Tl o an^ in 1 "^hin unbelievable that f
1 and spiritual Socrates, that the ideal is the T* ..... ,_, Xtut *i is true."
,u1 splr.tuui s.Kratet. that the ideal is tne . - -
he years between r(.,eil5ei. from tht. bondage of the knoctod at thedcor. *hicn
r^lsW. L_______drM .a, kB ...,_ at inched, li imediatelv opened by Satan.
Ti
IpQaM
war . i|*-W bad UB-
Kntilaiid -and Ami. i.
.........*"" ~ ,------------------
I ^ltOd Hit;
leulisin upui
which
.
prfcdeiit statcsmans?';-
releases from the bonoage oiiiw - I'JTT :v eY-ian
human will-to be non-attached. Immediately opened by Satan
Philosophers and saints in vary- ..gorry no accommodation". I
mi jgts and countries have ^o ... can,, |ak)1 vol) in
occupied by wnr crimuia!
.in endurini;
..., na] asnlty. W
ire BltidOy bU ' diltUulty in
.....mier- and .ha. *., ", ;'
neath the
frhtened b> the visible encta
i.

tft? kind, l-eliti: vmiiiii. con only
ace and not Rood. He
, i lar from tl
thai
.. that
that mi"1 requires intelltcl fl
j '
' ;,., H,vu> tor M mgitfoi
..KMnd pUc^ In the cli
dTin? this period They mUJht russes i
, s fo, them has n-.i
'; W Wh* i. rdueatW -1... nol always A)u
, p.yanotofktl cli.ni.; There remains that to- Jo^
-uw nma .ractable element, the human .. ..
Tns Sltude wa. UMP an will tbi must harne it to
be vide sornethlna outside .Iself. But
,,, Ixinst about that la true."
At the door of his club he sa.
Ml did friend and" business partner
'Sorry no accommodation", aaid r0ming out. "Hullc. Smith'" he
" aid. holding out his hand. "You _
muit come and have a drink with
me The most extraordinary
thing has Just --------------"
[t was only when Smith, instead
of stopping, walked straight
through him without answering
his greeting, that Brown suddenlv
realised that he no longer had I
body, but was now only a m>u1
l pent the next few
going to and fro upon the earth.
the truth to those to WfaOB)
kMavy contra-
lictinii every lie he t*aaj
etof. But althuugh hx
obliged to go on trying lo pi' <
the evils that lying produced, t
how loudly hi
.,ice WW imiu.li'
but himself. At last. wht>. he
could bear this hopeless fru'i
0 longer, he cried out in d
b 1 was in Hell" Immedi-
I found himself onre mnre
i.foi,- the door of Hell
it: You again:" exelainMC
Uie kuvd. What do you want
this time?" %
MORE than 50 yc;<
.ojng man emn!'
..

huajl book on Wagner
At that time Vagi
xarded a rebel, like Ibsen
lurbar of privileged and c
ti.>nal peace; an impoaatble
->ry who, like Bernard Shaw, was
fuapectedwhat
vegetarianism
Shaw related the RinK
Wagner to Son.'ism; and w-
have ll\a>d to see Waifner discard-
ed by the "Leftists' o. tht
our and coum.
ric romantic bourgeoisie, and
> the prophet- <>f Nan-ism.
This young man of Elverpo-ii
was Erneat Newman, who
in hi* *2nd year, has produced
another book on Wagner (Wagner
Nights, published by Putnam). I*
even largvr than the
<,{ ISN.
It rurr it 764 pages. not
including the index, from a y^T->
we catch a glimpse, in pa ">
0| ihe names of Aristotle. Wln-
>ton Churchill. Descartes. Dure..
Goethe. Novalis. P. 0. Wodehouse
and Zeus.
In the earlier book, the work
of a student not yet 30. the in-
dex range* from Amen-Rakunm
ami Goethe to Taine. Tolstov,
Tennyson and Voltaire.
Thii wai the period in which
w nters on music, especially young
. nters, took all knowledge for
their province. They tried to bring
music into the stream and traffl"
la and ideas. They a.
that great composers had some-
thing to contribute |]
Infl of human consciousness.
And Newman remains,
besnn, unburdened-by his schol-
arship. He carries it ItJOfl
that conca;iU a I
lit this volume he subn
Wagner muflc-draniaj
or. If you like, ha
j po*t-mortem. But the critic tl
...i-poae I* upartlj
with eaaentials. and in the end

Agajna1 Position
himself a position in lite
. Mould now be a mem-
and a

om.

show how music could be written
abOUf in a wav rend-
iiielliKence i-nd edi
>!id enloy. He
< t the jargon of the
' as
though composers are so many
tonal splde s in a vacuum.
rw parodied these duUard>
1 at it > in his "analy-
r "n be or not to
Im1" solilcKjuv: "Shakespeare dls-
exor-
I subject at
the infinitive."
Pfgejai as Prose
El would be possible to quote
passages from Ncu-m-m fit to go
into any anthology of English
prose, simply as prose.
For example, the young maa, of
Liverpool writing more
a cetiUrry ago. clcsed his first book
on Wagner this way:
his was a brain of the
I composition
put together cunningly by
In has been
put together before nr -ir.ee. The
muae of poetry seems to have
illpped her wings into the lucid
m of music, disturbing it
with suggestion* of a wo Id it
I ad never reflected before, deep-
its beauty by c'oser aeeo-
the actual world of
Such writing gives pleasure to
/body. Charlea Lamb would
i:ave admired it, though he knew
*a little about music that ha
couldn't tell God Save the King
irom Pop Goes the Weasel.
L.E.S.
wire, flex and cables
You can put your ^
G.E.C. cables, winasjgi-
And yew will hnd ^
tousefwithtrpcto>Bgfl
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Both these men exemplify the
I've caavM to ran if yw-'va K>t
___ll|.u... Iiir I V*- i i*m>- a a* j
* .p. Si lundaniental religJoua feeling of B,y room for me now."
iv f the deduction, lacking Oort. what. *"< ana (nf, Englllh an<| the growth of "Oh jree, I've plenty now the
incorrect and unrtuthir- Mean*' Is the book which marks ;n uVerwiu.lmin(t conviction that uah is over," replied Satan.
isrd from the psychological the public enMvance f Huxtt) ,, centurv maltruUsM. and m- gmUlng as he stepped aaide and
studic of lYeud. Jung and Adler 'he piulosopher-moraiisi irom jug^,! capitalism, although they threw the main door open.
the satirical novelist and ^ hnV). pald -ood j^idends ^ .. Then as Brown enici.d.
have paid good dividends along." Then, as Brown entered,
foe a very long time, were funda- ^ po.lUcd to another door at the
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Flood Conditions
Nearly Normal
flection Results
fjnsa tisfactory
>, David T< ii.pl,. Robrriaj

iEOKUETOWN. 3T8IK
Mr. M. B. Lelng, c.af.G.
La.
n.rf ... .l.*?*?1 w" to any great ..r",'.n!_10 nl ." Gorem-
Ihe Maat-
i i nw Cross and
mer voluntary organlaatlons
> 22*%SSU *** W. Department
- .^T""?1 r the present 2o^ '' c,pendKl ">< than
syilem which place, ,h, (,, m $2"-0o *JJ " " and the Conserv.ney DamaSd
Payment of Ian I Z'>"""' 'urther
improved value m-ald to complete the job
road, which were,
smaller TJ2
[ no Communists. In
,.defeat of their bun-'"
Ha. defeat 01 m<-.. ....- --------------.----------_ -vaiuerj urn).
Indites they may take oxpect Britain to oram k_ S"I*m "h'ch Pla
Efcrt at >* toming mon. rMdl| V ECrL Ports improved value,
J*"s,r Altlee's second A courageoi ^SSS?T rSSll ?"'po*e "' lt"
0*. with a nominal , set JL, u,"*"..' needed a ba|, (or lnt.
From puppy days
onwards, dog
need regular
conditioning
PAGE ELEVEN
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BOB MARTIN'S
.....ime 'ii The .Department of Agriculture
'.>'.., a $50,000 plan for
labour
r^ about mis. pnee of our exnori. ..~ V "" ^crdini; ;,,
J*hllu>ry of the Labour . , ~f o^a^n,0,,?50 ?"" h" ~ "~t
tefi SSS^S B& SSSSH3
Busta Throws Uootor lak,s Vows
A Bomb "Si&J&^SSS-
he takenw,,?" .theW decl"" ^SH'T !"S ,h"" a """'o Broih!. BCT'0dlc, Truiid.d'.
r_?( T lh.U1 s,ron Gv- (Hal P. the b,,,,,,,,, and Indus- 5,^" """" '" ">W". ' was
SSSy.1. ". i""1"' 'o reach ^?.ini "' '" "W strongly f,m",,cd "" " N'ovitiatr aloni
2P!2Ka .?''" I "3S M- ," .,wo >""""" men from Hr"
* U^vemments before. ,,-. PSui~1B7S"
Sii-c" to tht situaUon.
S^;,'toth
ItlKPBlSlNI.
1 the Socialists do ..;
Bus election a* indicating
-rr'i failure to support
-en the percentage vot-
. ibe percentage votin,;
and the percentage
_J are comparedas
"this 1950 election and
election a surprising
reached. The Labour
eni down less than
Contervativcs gained
.----" " ;* iywiun- hi rench iia l- "iiiju-a oy siro
en each of the big Usues before ,C\ BIomneld. M.H .It
KS, "i*5*: C!n w" combine a ?-':'- * "' art at the
ish Gutl
Parliament devoted to soft I
speaking and the agreed solu- rvPT5'm.a"v to reintroduce the
*b a state of growing f".T!_-Pr,,! Tax taken off Ven.al
&; LSa-- Elected Pwddem
tion. with a state of growlnr l Woft"
acltatlon and acrimony in ever^ f!H "?. wh
constituency? It will need nil u,bot"r Govci
s^-- aa^risrya SSS&ss
, ..^iwhne the ... Parly Is ^Z X.^T i KfcSSWjE
Hndeed a million more Se,?!?r ^Pegoat. Many eM- burin, and indu.tr^ ., Jrcrvlei. og"'- Won,von *LSi' the aggregate, voted aiout Bevaf, ,'. "S """"""s "rk '"' *'<"' '" " -SSToI uf Dr B B c Sf0',"^?*-
. in 1W5 The reason ', ,,u', ,bVJ" *. reported denuncla- J"e. With the eieeoaan Z a iinu, L.V' 'Non*ul (Gov-
jvsuves percenUges .."lK.ml*u,'1 cl" "ver- 'ew eases this expecUUon taj Z, aSS0?? "Td P"h-
than the Labour per- "^ ""V elalm Bevy's not been reali,ed.^the trade I's jajwan M^1/"?' Dr'
* was that Uberals 3S J Slk"*?' BU'"'" n ,hlnc,U!lr,"'n!'s h-W'n* on to intendem n?'" ,SUT,'r
fgiving their votes l.i vn,, ',' "' "M,'lh a' has a U the profits. In the exceptions ,:.................'"_."".c. Hoipiul.
Jef 5w,n answer. Labour would have 'here has
.-,11 "'"" the election, he avers, it the f> nptndo
been1",::;!-:. TSvr&PcJaS;
rir Present thwarted wnu, wti.^'i0" lul Autumn, dared that he is preparing to put IKw Mr' h' ,? ,E>'P
^r, into a solid majority ,na' 'J'' ""vie. now? And w,U higher tax on all salaries m, K K < s with r. d Sf^iS*-
Kkllr. Churchill could '"' '~ 'h,f WJJ* "2nd Attlee 2.500 u year and ani'rjr n "noo?!',??*! ,G'llol,p
Krmmenl They have ''Overnmenl if his advice Is not " industries making big | Nobbs < Auditors i.
luny county seats; they *' j j 'They are going to pay." or
|o.ei many suburban oanuidate looks forward to provide work for the unemployed
(to jam the necessary ,,"' '"'," election. If It is not held one of the greatest problem
"i June, then il will probably come facing the country, he declares
'A' ^'emher or early October.----------------------
one difference between this elee-
tie more seats; to give
At barest working
[ the)' will need to re
B.C. Ticket In
Trinidad
the)- will need to re- .""' ""j oetween this elee-
a. Ubour some of the J"gL?* ""'"? "" bo AsTeDlS OfflT
dues. Since Labour ano"* of cash In the pocket "
Krease.1 iLs h.,1,1 In the "' "". eandidau-a. More shoutuw. Owing to the uoor state 1
,.1;i'k(1 G ("Gallant Man",
n the Demeroro Turf
i prize of $4,110 on thi
pocket v-iuos iirst prue of $4,1 lo on the
houting. Owing to the poor state f the N,'w year Meeting has been sold
r hand- fruit market n. the Ilnttivt irine_ in Tnnidad. Mr. 1. r- i/..n.
Its hold in the "" ""', r.T"-* *we snouung, "wins u
that possible.' And the "'"' hiHomess. and fewer hand- 'rull market i the United Kin "' Trinidad. Mr. L. fT^
Ms had, undoubtedlv. phiswe can predict. dom since the beginning of the the agent, announced that
.". ood.fortune- two European visitors to Brit. Z'"' lhC ,Govorn.m'nt "' '"* '"
n for the election have^r., h"f,_accepled "l,ho"' If-f:
_ bad in 1945. It was ain for the elecUra, hai^m'^I: hM accepled "--
jVlte Colonial Secretary, n" w, h an n^^eT^nT^ Va"n ,hp oa" < ,hp Bri,ii''
M-Jones-who is much 1;J'',., i",b*f"* 'on lhal ' Ministry of Food to purchase
r h0AL,,T,',"N', " ^ *bussus *6i m"uun
have followed the to stay. "But," he asks, "Is taxation
te awing as far as this and government policy to act lo
arSi\ i u? .^ ll,p ba"!l" "' onc c"u" or another."
i"'"b,lp ,que8"n "e o> the division of opinion in
rS- *E. /J\heJ E/""a<1 no between two rival
JM .he deadlock ideas-socialism or capitalism, but
!^,.,rm""Ue .i"' helween the rival self interests Of
a obligation on Mr two ciasse^the working class,
Oil till' Klno'B -----1 ii------......------ .. '
Trinidad. Mr. L. C Kelh
'c.iil, announced that the
ticket was one of 10 books he sent
to a sub-agent In Trinidad
Cost Of Living
Little < 'mili-h
Up goes the puce of living
again. Householders were faced
Wiln the doleful announcement in
this morning's "Gleaner" that the
P,Tif ?' "" brands ' ronden-,-,,
In the meantime codfish has al- ',' JS" *one up by Hid. per
most disappeared from tin maw ..... ",: '";" maximum retail
of the masses. Its price U now r'C5.a,re N,M|es 1/OHd.. other
1/6 a lb. (equal to the best meat .,"" J; "'January the maxi-
soft meal) and so the people '"ii" FLa","!llln Price was in-
have for generations been Ira*e?.b>' '" P?r tin when Gov-
carry on the King's and if^ud^'e^i'T" c',"**' who have for generations been caf?',bj' '" P?r tin when Gov-
-. And that does nut ,,^XuLJEJ?%$ themselves eating M|lft5h almost daily have f"1"" rpduced the subsidy, .so
Eesrafor, the^ouT ^^^^.-2? Si&tn rre'nru,^reS1o,ua','ea, ^ '" lEtfR Z3P W "" '"
The eondens.ryd.im. lhal the
Ina ly. lo clao, warfare known that they have over lllteen "" impossible lo manufac-
| Ubour even In the
.Will nut cnuv
ton unless there
Socialists would
.. .efeat and opposition
m '.han a coalition.
American Embassy
l**""1* but gloom ana
~o,. . e,., siruiauci in maus- slad to face heavy leases. It is ,.," ""' '" o ou
try and. finally, lo cuus warfare known that they have over fifteen aI''' '""j""1*
On the slrcetsIn fact this was hundred casks now in the island '"" ''ondensed milk al ., pri
the fate of ConUnental Europe with sales almost at a standstill. '" ,n'' Jf*" which were obl.in-
een Ihe wars. with 2,000 casks, bought with Previously, owing to the heav-
____i___ .i-ii___ ... .l....... I(V nil lessee , ,.l ..'----. -- ... ,
the ._
between the wan. ;;;|i', "2,000~'casks.""bougnt
tin,, ,, ... precious dollars on Ihe way
SOMK TRLTH with no sale In sight.
I ei haps Ihe visitor I have quoted Codfish went to its present price
15 wrong. But 1 am afraid there when the subsidy money ob-
Tk."" ;oom. '"" ,s wrong. But I am afraid there when the subsidy money ob-
brni mm, Al"!?"" Is a *prm of ,ru,h In whal ho tamed from the sale of imported
gaanuuilng the Mar- says, although he contradicts some nee was remove., a few weeks
pClador uou*1"'' "' the pleasant reading American ago. Buslamante ha.
-- --------------^. umiiii m .lie neav-
i> .....cased cost of malenuls and
iDour,
Federation
- ,g ..,,,..'
^Communists each
I of French support.
* an be on the
I -A. "*-torn by the
[r K.ng Leopold,
^JJttl to (he Germans
Hitlers victory.
i*rn to his throne.
Ijfihed by rising
^*?' An.I now |[rj|a
Judge Manning
Goes
could be improved if Uv
was utilised in the way he sus-
gesU.
10TH YEAR IN OFFICE
-......""" ouiimeii the il.s-
idvantage. of colonial producers
'" P"ee nefoliallon. with Ilia
Mritisn Government, and urged
dial the Primary I'rodu,.
hlng in their power "to
promote and speed forward the
Federation of ll
bean territories,"
BYE-ELECTION
0 rnanv or." V nelped out during the shortage 01
tobeowidoli "'!','''" jL"!?es '""' ,ook up appointment
WUhileili ,.! '" September, 1948. He has gone
united Slates will b,,rK inlo retirement.
by nit ion ^-..w-.v. ........ .-
1,1.(1 Mr. II V Ifyi -. m.h.i:.
Mr. Youngman Is nlso Preiident
of the Wist Indies
Chambers ot Commerce
In a bye-alacWon \0 m\ a ml
St. Thomas i
(oai.l, ilronghold of tb.
l.-<\-nn PSdH] uk| |,lr B.I.T.U
.... then candidate Mr. A. A. Knd
Federate Mr. Marcus League'i 287,
EWMIniaii for Fatherly Advict-FrM
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low. Replenish ihe supply with Silvtktin and dandruff
disappears. Fed by its natural foods', the hair icit.im, ils
youthful vica.ur and -lavs m y.nir toad001 in vour tomb.
af aaaa i
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lone and power. Iia*y. accurate Band-
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(Jrcuits and components are built (or
lasting performance Simplunv of con-
trols and a graceful wood cabinet com-
plete a receiver well
worthy of its name and
your ..ttendun. Model
lUuMraredisit:, l
Ilandsprcad Receiver
BC.4U7; RI. tor A.U
mairu,

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eceaaorr for crrr^
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SIVDAY ADVOCATE
CT' MABCB.
AT THE RACES
^ VOW
, \ l"l UK
uinteenlli hm- i' n Hi" ti
erc% H] Mll-k l>c linnlm:
Ml l-il. n M '' Bfj .r-ickrd
Ivonrt ajflgaj Ihr hrt rife at .1
.,..,., MHfff MgM on the outtldr
ind hm on Starr* N(ht mad*
First Aid
Headaches
Alki-Stltm briifs pliisait relit!
When you need Kirat Aid fait for the
poini of a headache, take Alka-Seltter.
Iti bubbling, efletveacent action help*
Alka-SelUefi pain-relieving agent to
go to work fait. Not a laxativeyou ran
Nto Alka-Seltxer at ANY lime. Drop
one or r-m tablet! In a flaai of water.
Watch it hit and dissolve into a ipar-
kling, pi eaant-tasting drink.

Alka-Seltzer
1 1 -1 11 OF THE GITVEAS : Hon.
arldinc f'ollrton Ion Uir rllhli rame first aad
Gulnna. Walerrre,, b> a toy SVj by KU:
her time tor Ihr 1MB 11 "; ' '" "' "' '
pirlurr on Ihr rail- i. Mi- I IWMBC POB
n Colletor ird I'at tlrl'li.i n Apollo.
J r>. Chandlers lillv Watercress, and Ihr un' ""
vraid In Ule first runnlBf of Ihr Barbado-
nul ( (ondiment. -ihr had an eauy rarr and
Good. Third hirv in Ihr
ho nihrd i ~lr.il! Ihird. O'Neil rode SA'alrr-
.tr.. Cr
ll>
Ho Did It lie fore!
ilv Does It Again
pm 1
Uriel.. Mr. K. U
lcijiils I1.1v horxr b> l-uhi-
II mil of l.r):hl Rm-
uile. repeats his .urirss ni 1
. |Q ikinit Ihr II. 1 .< -
BeSkcg hi ran 1
from ( g
Lgti] 1 , f| .. .:
Slrrjk. ran o^rrh hi- aeen in
the rieht hand corner.
Ii lABOtfAlORHi INC ILKH
. \ \lll\l I I 11//' //
MTHMA
You can Ease the Strain
in 30 Seconds 4

toMet
Ai .umblc at 11 ' aawhw, ihc Kohaa
EtriBtf *wifi relief trom ilioc 0P>nR. thokwa rtacr
al 100 familiar to the Atthma .urTerr. One iraaD
nblrigocirigbiiotbcrooiofihcu'.ubte. Al
ii reaches the tiornich. heal ^ atmi. art
releairdloditaoWe-' aefl hdea a.umuUu..n, which
tM bronchial tubea.
o rv-tor-*-Vt
.-.plwone build* up
' "-
Jci butilc of Bphafont icxtty, and know at Law. the
iiceJoai of caav breathing t
effects
^ -= ... 'r**|SIO
* 3 ;. , l*
\0l>r '* *l *** "'"-,;r*
No energy
HINNI U "r THE BIG ACE : Mr. and Mr. Tommy Edwarda
,.,. IH our ramrra man wllh Braron Brlthl aflrr hr luil -u.-
, ..'-.-l.l Ih- homr roloun in the B.T.C. Mn m> I
milln "hiHIp LalUnwr H*M Beacon Brl.hl a pat on the
iiitk .nil 'old u Ihr old hone lave him rrand rate after
beini bumped at the start.
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..poor
appetite
* A
A rAHOaaUOl Vim >"......I "r.und. at the OuilM mwa..
There's nothing better tta
PHOSFERINB when joo ftd
miserable. It nrrirei the bjdk
banishes weakDesi and dcptenw,
purs back much-needed noJitj. T?
PHOSFERINE todajl
_ YOU HEED
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THE GREATEST OF ALL TONM
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Sfaeplantms, and af<*rjrfmtll II
n>.lrm. il ..,l.lv ,i, I -..el oJ lJOarfj
'flekuSit/Wr'C*'
M/fec/ass
Just irrived L04t>$T4%
Winner el the
Dutch International Tulip Rally
First in the field1 of IS* competitors
Flrtt in the Lodiei' Clou 1949 Llshsn Rilly
Charles McEnearney & Co, Ltd

Mil l\ll-F.i New KflH-iriirT
adjustable driving
H and draught proof Rear
fur : Built-in healing and
Insulation of roof
wln-
TIIK AI'WTIN 2 and
TO.\ IIIMh FOH !
The Austin Loadstar- is a "driver-comforl
iruck.
On a chassis lhal lias all Ihe a1**'
strcnuth and stamina y.m expect lroro
AUSTIN i., .11- outsunding new ca-
ned to give drivers the best ***
conditions they've ever had. It *'"
to do their job more efficiently
cutting down fatigue. And that wt ^
up operating schedules and reduce
ning costs.
THE I II \ssis
inder oh. v. :K'J J? .
Fully x'e with qu-
ussembly. l'K'khfeVw41.
brakes (5 ton. se"-0 "^
nUSTI N you can d e p n d on It
II KM I IN BROS.-
Ilislriliiiiors
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE THIRTEEN
>my
BY CARL ANDERSON
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m
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4 41 SIM 11111% Ol
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PAGE F'oi iiti I \
SUNDAY XDVOCATT
:lassified ads.
DIED
I Oil HEXT
LOST aft. IOI.MI
LOST
TICKET* Iwwtxiakf
q 1UC. i.i *#T&. tag*
Hum to Arthur Pantln
Boole, hnn
4XW 1".
. Irr IaW
th. Weatbury Cernesery -
tckUh, and Ethel Ow-
HOUSE?
wli DL-LCI DOMl-M A.VNFX TonUbea*.
IT Dial t "-*1
rr in ii sms
REAL ESTATE
Co*-, Gap
: 1-1 Arm
l**UGHTOODOn
fully Furruihed from Ararll i Top Nock
GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
APARTMENT
<>i*b.-'#d ttak
Annh-ernary *_ in*rt
THANKS
UK t M ALON7.A Dri-ANTY
H7^-,** bw u> ihanB iao* who
"'"""^CT^
tlon through the d"1' "* *"' *hl,a
^nd ! ' Winifred !->
I hiirlM
Untiarnlnhrd Ground-
jtar town and Club
Children" For further par-
Toiiei. Bath.
, m*ma mam. KMdmp*
tl ' ''
I
..lb**
FARW-lon wna dfthg
cirond. Iff
Nrhaniel.
Ollvr.

MfMORIAM
KHAfT. *
grief and pain
00 'art-
OH SALE
SANDHURST Rehablr party in left*
war furnaahed ! **or*v bta* houae
aandhunl". ' Lawrence l***l toca-
.lor, Betutlful -etllng Lovely beaeh^
prt rental already paid a, ocrupen**
havr to leave *oon Phone **1
tJJt Mi
-. Ggrrtaor. Containing Ve-
iMi Drawii n*->". Dining Room. 3
Kitchenette.
K-tehen, Sarvaau Room.. Oaraae Apply
H "-~ " ,1M *,
rmDH-f
Bedroomt. rul
rap-idr. Upper Flat 1
ng w'e.f Bath. Toilet
Available imrr>*di*tel>
4.t!*-tn
: c- 'i"V Ni
"in|El-T)N".
YncM Club It eootlata * _.
dmt-tj room*. X Mcdrooraa. ki"**r-
.nd bam For pan,-'"
DAro A Scott Dial
apply to
4 3 JOIn
I'll" t' VITHFti
' C 2j '
arprtrota O
Four frinrrt-
. IIWII] ''.
. mplr B. lo M
!* PwB

i or ft
cm
ng account
P*:.>'. plcatc
G 8. CUMIN.
, Treoaurer.
Si Peter
4 3 :*- 4n
FURNITURE DeHHrtful Birch.
lopillo Ijinni' *uite Aleo Mehngnny re-
feclor> Table and Mgnogaaru' Doah. At
Kip>-. A Bvard'a taanw aaaw, Hard-
*ood Alley Open a.fn to II p
Dally OM >
I am oBennar aA-ar or* hundred a^
twenty propcrUM lot aaia Including
Blanlalioni -1lh Nat prtc^ ranfii.i BM
CM** A\e hundred pound< upward!
Thoae propertiaa whtrh are all oeer the
inland can be Men any day except Dm<
Oil In m** yo aave a proper-v ar.a
ant to earhanaw H foe a dtt>re-,t .,ne
I <-an do It Jtt mat S73 Off J**' Acer
o'clock * Voura foe aarviee DA
A Scott. 4-IJa
i' vou want jour woinr ..
I your nrtoreat In place H In
ha hand* of the laaoaeaainad where aaf-
auurwa. U y..
u. me Diai 3743 or IMS and after 4 p m
4A0 and I will come Your, for aervlce
OAir- A Scott. Auctioneer and Heal
F.'tate Aaent. Maaaiine Lane or Htddla
<<'.
4.3.SOIn
rLATS fully furt-laSied with RHn<- LAND at Amity Lodkte. Worthing
erator and linen a< Indtamer. Wortntns. chrlft Church, 17 hnuio n>nt* I arying
Iftal Hf4 1* > if .ft | t-.,m 1000 nq ft to U.B0* N f N*<
i toa*t recently built, and water aervlc*
obtainable for each apot from Vet..
4' water main, and oeactrtc aervice
! Mrthor paeejculan apply Mr N Alleyne
| Falrwaya. WoeUilnCa or Dtai 11*4 Tarm
CORAL SANDS Worthing; til one
furnlahed flat with Slh-ar and Liner,
Tor further partleulare. DtaI ^! A
NOTlCt
rAllaal ur IT. rum
'antad by Ui- 1'tai"- Commiatlonan
Of the above Panah, :v.u i
aa, lo aerforn lh dntie-
Nu-e.
il one for 'he Rural Area*, -alary
Ma.M ,?- ' -'-1 mmtm
lowarar*
'rbart Are**, -alary
AwM
ue accompanied
Doctor* CeMiftca'.e and Bapt.mial Certl-
cate.
Applicai on. will l- rweoieed by th^
underetamed 'ip to March 13th a*. 10 a.m
For further parl' gnairntgried.
Signed. O R CORBIN.
Clark of the Ci-ii'ic.nr 4 l Vgjhh.
St. Prter
lift m
Hunte. ) C
NOTICfc
PARISH or CHnlnT rj
SCALED Tt"
..t TlNDn FOR will b
Aim*uw. io 3 p m. on wanwttur.
mm. r>~ ~< W" -
i at w* am-ou* in "** i*i*n-
S "* " <
llm.. lb. > rrt < "" ,'1L~' ""
te.tae. tram two (tl properly >^*l"*
aeraaoi willing lo become bound wtth
tiie aucceaa(ul tenderer (or the due par-
foment* of the epn'ract
Tbt aeawoaunate quantity of mua re-
.itrad & 4.010 ptntr per month and the
ftWd raawree. the rtht to accept tfc-
tender of mare than one perton tor me
aupply of the whole quantity or tny
urt of thU Item
AJ lenderera for the lupplT of rntu.
mual forward a cert.ncat* from a duly
gaaltfUl Veterinary Practrtlonc-. thai
the cattle f'um which the milk la aup
lied era free form Tuberculo-U
Th* Bxtard daee not bind tTwrntelvc. in
"^" -"?'ASK-
Aclinj Cl. Foot Law M : so5r
NOTICt
TARAWAY*-. St. Philip eoaat. funy i
fumUhed, Oaraaei. Servant Hoorn*. I
Raining beach From Marrb lit WO.
per month. Phone 4470.
PARISH OF UIM *tt( BAH
ALL. p*rwr.. ftrlb and co-pom; on*
ha\.iij Accounu afatr.at -he Par^h of
Saint Michael are reqaaatoJ u .tend an
thotr Vouchers (duly made out In Du-
plfaajlgj Ihw wapavtteo l-nwTnonli
-ot later than Wedneadaj'. March IS.
1H0
PRED J ASHBY.
Cli trchaarden CJark.
Pariah of St Michael
3 3 50- Tn
DRIVE AWAY
SKIN
DISEASE
\iniruphomati->reii.'e mfflflj
f*,iihcaWwiU.to^hlng llVjSm
ll.D.D Preacrt|on Thu -.-*
urralV-i* latitcpric Uqu-l
KMlat pa-iatratndagplywaotl-
ddMfCl tain ir-eaea, k& the
fjatrat, ttopt pnioraoe tad neii..
he trowh of ..
IWi -u-rr toil-
PRICKLV HEAT,
\ PSORIASIS.
KIM.WORM. PK I
,i irouatn. AC foi
:> 1) pKtcrlptloav
lirxh-rerc
Aemalroaf l.rf S'ldge
P.D.D. PRESCRIPTION
SfN-PA\.MAcil ,
In rarl'le Bar
a POUT- c Ujr ... * ^V """S1.,^,/0""' J"~ I
sssTrfT-r.i0^ "s s, lad- fflasv~
*oSlur' fct" U~ H.nnli'. """ Cot dirt, from S Virant A**nl>
oon, Au> Sch C-iehalot. M V Lady Jo-. Cap'
Yacht Serva La Barl. M* V Blue Star. Age"
Co Ltd
LEWIS. M
Marahall. from Brttlah Guiana. [
Sehooner Owner*' Aaaorlatlon
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
Cable and WireleM lhat they can now communicate with the Jjo*
following thlpa through their Barbadoa rn-l
Coaa* Staoon:
S S Abu. ~
Poaeidan* Uaniahen. Polv-
- i .1 SPtM ..-rr.
wood. MS
SS Pioneer. Apache Canyon.
rrmi.ton, Sagona, S Paula. Mon'ie
lor.txi.ch. MS Olav B.kke. SS Relna
Pac:nco. Agnate. Thai ma 4. De
_____e. Petroi. Paloria HIDa Alcoa Cgvg
rgl, Sovae. lalia. Arakaka.
Rod-tone. Gloxinia. Morton. Regent Lgp-
pard. Hurworth. Etero. Mitra. Fort Char-
lottt. Cu^odian. Myfiord. Norae King.
Atlantic Ocean. Dolor** Lavonia. Evan
inla. Siir.reel, MafQuea De Comlllai, San
VuHranc. Wairangi.
KEEP THIS DATP
OPEN l
LOYAL BROTHEKS M
m m I
ANNUAL
CARNIVAL
QUEENS PARK
........i||~
PrelfssitMl Ntfe
The olllrc of Dr e
i... mm. iT5 J3t5J
^guia>4i
r c
C nomine.
Hugh Courtney
Antoncti* Gunoy.
Gcuraa Henderaon.
on. Wllbe.I Howard.
II
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t.l.l
I | .
AUTOMOTIVE

(. ,i,. -i | loi

vary pto Applv I
Motor On to*4UCli Rt Dial 1741
KM itedal <
one 1PU HllltiJUi
and In
r : lodge Cuatom fedan i Fluid
er driven and
Ud
lard I. 13.000 mllea. O*
union, i good tyrea
:
4 3 M
i bj

riutrg -Br.[ gflarakati
StWHAVEN", Cran* Coaat. fuUj
tumlthtd. Oaragea, Servant Booroa
Superb hathing beach. February. March
r. November. December, age go per
th Phone *ft l.tO-l l.n
inn -I board an't
hinjled souae. Front xll, ii... Was
Kitchen and oi on
Apply to Mrt M Redi m 1911
Wellington S'.ret' SIM
PIKF KtTATF.Modern I -tore' prop
gei*. goundry mnatructad cl coral block
ton* with .leel caaarnent window- War-
ndah. lo.ingsa. prtaklaal room. Uraa
-tea Fully fur-1 "lichen 3 badroom.. toilet *''*-
* ?'"-- p^.h-tLk^ gTS*
*~ -hU tie-"'
I 1 *.
a. HlADuN. Real
Belleville fu'l
March, Phone
3 3 30-4.f.n.
ISv|l, .
,h March April
r Apr
Hope Plentaiion.
Uld 3n
|\MI\iiW (
itned From April
n Sea Fully furn-
!,.. II J.e. I" ITM
SJ 2n
"Hill -\-|ig Rt Lawrencar. fumi-heo
1HI IimHih 6ari fumJahed
H0l -( .rnlahed
FLATS near Yacht Clubfurnlahed ft
snai I'll l Peter rr.i.hed
\-liI'i\ li tl I ( imiahed
koc Mil am
| lable .Ivortly
-ud town propertiea.
JJgd. 41
SANTA CLARA FYum IVh March
J badT^omt. fully luimahcl vv.n Tele-
phanc k Oaf ife Xpplv Mrt Rudder
Dial (IN! 3 3 10- In
WIMKII
niik Cl
tbie Cook-Ge'.era. *nK
ii van. Pint
I
ELECTRICAL
4 in-
Hardwood
Kaaln !
r**g.laor D K"->
afirlkagl
' a. new 4 yggart and
Vr* and rvmemPK
.. D.al 1BI3 day or
4 3 4- Jn
aaaaatnt-t Cabinet Ir
* Chand
A GIRL Oaunter gggtlggd Ira > I'o-e. Applv In perarm to George C
Ward ft O " Ch
4 3 JO an

S 1 * 3r.
A -.T-*.iX;HAIMiFR TYPIST
- .nn Offl.-e Aoplv in penor.
.-ton and leferencw
LTD
3 3 S-t f n
WANTED
eaehee aor the Anglican High
Girnada Application*
>jld be addi
i.icnada.
. gedorg
1 | ..,.
. MISCELLANEOUS
i 1 ITOCK
Graded I
I
Suilaabat at a family aaw
> a*

.... (,.i
3 3 54 In
milling or Watch
31 I SO -aa
MECHANICAL
." 3 Spree
!~"4"i bra*
Apply R'doe F
I 3 SO 3r,

'.iranaw Black
- LadMl I
Hoadatara A Carn-i
n R-drr.n 4 T*>tora
e 43tS A 449S
Cytlat
aVUigggj
nferaj Hew i-
rgjISfl ana jva
sne
H I au

- ieie.1 plane Ir.m H.... .
Uaibadt. an T^e-da?. :ti. March at 3
p "' Fare S37 to per pataage For
i .
-n Airwayi Ud DUi 31a*
r 4*M I1M k
FgaM
tg
. 4040
gun
ghbourh.1 DtXuS
E Plantation. Build
MIWB1.IV". Navy Oardent. A very
pleaaant modern houae in a central and
popular locality Thia r*ild*nce ha- a
Urge lounge, verandah, kilchen and i
bedrooma on the *! Boor wtlh e.n.
n^.n> >n gro-iad Boor now uaed a- 1--
The garden 1> walled all round with .lone
the price aaked thia retldence h
Ih inapeciing DIXON A BLADON.
AgeM>. Auctioneer!. Surxrt-
Plantatlont Building. Phone 4g*ci
l.OMIIMH M .\OTHE
Ann:, a: *
From CANADA
AiexanQe. Guild.

Gwrhdolyn Hendcrton.
ITd, Nora aWorrwon gaawaa
,lo, Charhra Hoaa. Anne Wall. John
Wall. Maraaret WardVar. Harry Wendlor.
Dmclle W-yrthingion. Charles Hewett. Bo-
miniui Either. John Fi-her. Ge-irge Cat*.
Oahrlgg Hewett. Bomlnno
Kalhenne Caae. Aaron Emanoel.
Douglat Nelle. M-
DEPARTl'RFS By T C A
For Trinidad: Jack Har\.
For Bermuda Nora Cran. William
Clan. Hugh Humphrlc. Joy HumpOrie..
KU1...J Humphriea. Char lea
Elaine Petert. Charlet Peieri
P*tart. Mabel Taylor. Mciiel
Gilbert Tobin. Jame* Olding.
nath McGownp. Artnur Bollir
Coleoroo*. Alfred FllWrofl.
Mr
Koehn.
Pate,
PART ONE ORDERS
By
l.ii'ul.-(i.l. J. (nrui.n. DBF. I II
Commanding,
The Barbados Regiment.
HO. 9. 3 MARCH, '50
>... .
Tabjt.
OWTR-
i. May
AlUi
M/ V\ Clarke
N Patnl. Mr. 8
For LgGCIRA
ftcweiuer. Mr Haro-l
Rcwellrer. Matter David ScwetUet
Matter Henry Scweiuer. Mlaa Ingrlo
Scweitrer. Mm Eve AUera.
For Si KITTB .
Mr Juatln Redhead. Mr Clemen*
attains
For ANTIGUA
Mira Elearer O'Bryan, MY Duncar
Carrlngton. Dr Chrlttopher McConney
Mr. Oreo; Pilleradorf. Mr Huber
Vrrce.
ARRIVAUS
From TRINIDAD
John Hobaon. L'ruu.i Hobaon, JoaapC
Jatha Jonmaon, Yolanda Car
l Talbot. Concaprlon Bar'
riga. Emily Holder George Earle. Doug
-uui
While. Robert Hillard, Gordon Seamun-
gal. Joan White, Charlea Mill. Corlnne
Ggldry. Pamela Hill. Erla Grifnth.
Edna Goring. OarlUhJ Chrlchlow. Bob-
-rt Palrnle. Felix Pouchatt. Haiell Car*
-legion. Waltac Joeeph Tawll. -Nlaalii Tawll. Mully
T-wil. J..--. D-tUoiitbnin. Vera DeMont-
t:run. MJium White. Walter Bryan.
Louiaa Bryan. Roae Bartlatt. William
Barrlngton, M Rollock-Holmea P Wal-
:... C B Clarke. Frank Wealern
Warren Bennett. Atlhla Bamrtt. Jamea
Mrs. A. L Stuarts
DAHCING SCHOOl!
New Pupili nay
register (or Dancmj
Lessons.
Tel: :: yt,
MAFSAROH". Si Peter Large aolid-
-d Eatatc houte ttanding u.
13 aiiet <3 areei houae and gardens, re-
mainder cultivated' 5 recep'
dah. 4 badroomt. kitchen, outbuilding-
Very cool and breery with com
nding nrwt over the tea nj*,h;'l>,
.ntry ttpeightttown fl mllaa. DIXON
Keel Ettaie AgenU. Am-
neert. Sum-1 "i-. *'
or-- 4440 liO IB
MAXWFLL COAST Well poallioni
S be-lroom property atanding in over
gar* Excellent tale bai .
port unity for developing much needi
Cub or Ouett Houae In that are
Ample parking lariliUat ai.d tcope f
b .namg aaannaioii DIXON at BLA-
DON. Real Etlale AgenU A A.icfloreera
raeg, Planiatlone Building
Pho.i* 4S40 S 1 SOIn
THE a.AlUL' iNear Waterford Ea-
.1. 5: Michael Pleaaant old world
'petty atanding In approx- I arrei ot
neaaant and private ground" flanked b>
naj nn0 1 leception. 3 bedroomt
dah. double garage. tUbimg
guartera courtcard etc ThM
.(Tered at a very raaaonabU
figure making It an attractive renova
Ion propoellton Dlxon ft Bladon Rra
Etiate Agje-nU A Aueifcaneer. ft I Mr)

1-.
1 PARADES-Training
(a) There will be no voluntary parades on Monday 6 & Tuesday
7 Mar "M for Officers nd N.C.Os respeciivfly
(b) There will be a rehearsal for the Guard of Honour at Regl-
mental Headquarters at 1700 hours on Monday 6 Mar.. '50.
(c) There will be NO parade at regimental Headquarters on
Thursday. 9 Mar. '50.
2. ARRIVAL Or H.R.H. PRINCES8 ALICE
The Guard of Honour will parade at the Central Police Station
at 1600 hours on Tuesday 7 Mar. '50. It is imperative thst Volunteers
be punctual Rifle-; and side arms will be issued at the Central
It Tiafalnar Square at
1700 hours.
3 ORDERLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERGEANT FOR
WEEK ENDING 13 MAR.. '50
Orderly OfficerUeut. C ft Neblett
Orderly Serjeant263 L/S Peterkin, C. G.
Next for duty
Orderly Officer Lieut. J. M CaVI
Orderly Serjeant- -235 L/S Quinlyne, K.
M I. O. SKEWL'S-COX. Major,
S.O.LF 1 Adjutant,
The Barbados Regiment.
Hodgaon. Charlea Garland. Sarah Oar-
land* Tbotna. Mcdllnd. William Miner.
Wmian. Ogllv.e. Jetale OjUvir. g
Bolph. fieri rude Rolph. Owrgg Kier-
wnad. Ludwig Stubba. Wilton Tnom.
Julea Turcott*. Eleanor Ward. uarl
Webrter. John McBeath.
g-or Toronto: Herbert Jarvit. Claire
Pocode. Marlon pocoefc, P"-n*,.*'
Edith Paltcraon. Herberi Whuir.
Winnie Whhmell. Corah. h^n Murphy."Man. C.oech. GuIUcrmo Peraa.
Willlam rreernan. Jerale Rno. "" "^ Ruwll> Hrl#m. tSSSS, Din.
Paaraon. Alice Pearton.
i m i i i

Rueaell
From m KITTS....
lOrg, KoMtnary Wlalav
From CL'IDAD TRUJILLO
Mr Robert M. Jonea, Mm. R. M Jonet
TIQl'A
Theodore Giitcnt. Manafleld Hun
RED DEAN" CANNOT
GO TO THE U.S.A.
The American State Deprtn
NOTICE
"Cantributioiu are aTrtggj
for the next usue cf Vat
Weymouth Magazine. Tbjat
can be sent to the Frtaw
G. A. Holdtx. c/o Coa>
bermere School, or to H Q
Cumberbatch, c/o furrrail
8e Griffith, Solicitors Sva
Street. Closing Dgtr-jeft
April. 1950. Paymeni m
publication."
Gerald
Annie Dewey
ARRIVALS by
UCA
Mr George Darby. affM. Ruby Girling
Dougl-n-Smlth
DkTPARTL'RES by
Pag TRINIDAD
rim Lynch. nth- Ffcg
Stoute. X" Muriel Stout*. Mrt wia-
-VpT Shetdton. Mr Waldo SheUfton.
Mia SylvL. Boxilt. Mr.. *UrU Sollt.
KnowUra, M
hfj WtnSTOvtl Anihony. Mr
C A Hutchinaon. Mr Wilfred Co'ly-
morc Mr Harrv Lee. Lord Manton.
Lady' Leila Manton. Mr WlUlam Orreit has declined to allow the "Red
Su'U^ir^"-.*rJ!rr*SLK. Dean" of Canterbury. Dr. Hewlett
ciSti"inwi,iw Dm."". Johnson, to visit the United
ci. "ip*""- "' slates, it was stated here today
It mstructed the American
v.iih.w.. wan u.iu,r,. M; Embassy here to re)ect hU appli-
SHIPPING NOTICES
I anadian National Steamship*
moi.h i: \otiii:
SALISBURY- Uu
I aland Ing
Hill di'ing unriralkrd
[aland Thl. wellbullt
lowed ttone retldence
lion. 3 bedroomt, i
\ Hill Charming
an tumlt uf Oun
newt over ne
aodem but ntel-
onuim 1 recep-
iji.j..'.. ang
modern arnanlUea Garag*- atable* I
lock pnna all u. Oral claw order Car-
^ circlet houte Approx
ggaaj Hit* A |ll>doi.
iioneert. tkirveyor, planta
I lout Bulldmg. Phoiu
t 3 9
In
tWFU.INt. HOUSft -The two atoiie-
Jwelliiig houte called "AMaUTBY* win
hea of land attached there
ai Upper Colly more RocK
St Michael The houae conuint draw
ng and dining looma. ona badroom am
convenlancea on the ground Soot. H
three bedrooma. toilet and bath on In
floor aovarnment water and Elactilc
U> n.-t.lled For Intpectlon dial 33PT
The ai>o\ c property will be tet up for
Qgftre. Jamea Sueel o| Frt-
i iiK i:MPL Senaalional InlormaUon about great
opportuntitea for I note Irtteieated In
I
liaunc Oil
An..


II OJ lo
THE PARAMOUNT TRAniN'; Co
I I
I- lllg)
i AHIKH A
UN In
foi
Ladiaa gate-*'. Auto
roi'TRY
> elg-ir I lo
M Sialih
p*ISCElLANE0US
-
n to i
MANTl'D T
RaVA-SIDE PREMISES u>uble
".-mgi. worthlras
i "'..... taw
A A Co Adtocaie Co
____________ .soan
Fw>r SalearContti.
-I/ED NAILS
- GalvanUed Nalli tl n.-
par fla O W Hutrhlnao.1
Dial 43S1 1 3 SO- an
larch.
vearWo
ii.ivrr
LAND JJ0 aauare feet of land al th.
.>. Goyerontenl II111 The above parcel
o4 lard will be eat uu lor tale b> public
,.t our OhVe. Jamet Btr
Thund-y Iftth Mar.h lioO. al '. |
ViABWOOD A BOYCE.
-,..,,11-,i.
ARRIVAL OF H.R H PRINCESS ALICE
1. On Tuesday the 7th day of March. 1950, between the hours
of 4.00 p.m. and 5.30 pin. no vehicle or pedestrian shall be allowed
lo past through or remain in Tr.i.algar Square or Trafalgar Street
between Bridge Street and the Public Buildings gate.
2. No vehicle shall be allowed lo pass or remain between the
r Chamberlain Bridges along the Wharf.
3. Only vehicles ccovaylng mms who have received special
invitations to tlM nuiosure shall be allowed in the Public Buildings
Yard, and they shall enter by ihi- North Gate. All other vehicles
will park in Palmetto Squaiv. as directed by the Police.
4 After the ceremon\ VwMciti narked in the Public Buildings
Yard will leave by way of the South Gate.
rt) requested to stand on the South-
ern side of the road only.
Made under Rule 22 of the Bridgetown and Speighlstown (Traffic)
(Amendment) Regulations. 19-U
COl R. T. MITCHEUN.
Commissioner of Police.
.
Brtd<'
Dated 5th March, 1950.
SOtIBBOt ND
CANADIAN
CHALLENGER
LADY RODNV.V
IADY NE*a I ADY R..DN
I.ADY Nt
t ADY RODNEY
MlatTBBOl Mi
I^DY RODM V
I ADY N1
1ADY RODNEY

1-\DY RODNEY
IADY NJ SON
LADY RODNEY
ion V
liin Mar
ll-h Ap.

3rt Ju
SttB Mar
13th Am
I7lh M.i
I IB at
Mh Apr
gird ai
4th Mgr th V Mar
31. M. llnd Mar let Apr Ind Appr -
IT'h /> 10th Apr nVth Apr ------ Itth Apr
tn Mi Sth May nth May - uah Mar
gtn Jan ion. j lih Juno
37th June 3Mh Itl i July
31th Ju atth Jul> Jth Aug
SUi Api
aih Ap
3tth Ma.
lath
1MB JU
3rd
34th Jui.
llWll.1 IN; HOI
1 laud attached al "Briar I
1 ,i,li The dwelling houte
taint open verandah drawing
ng roomt. two bedroomt and ggaaftl "
vaniencea There it alto a Lame Kiln In
. order on th* premie*.
Ti. iimve prmeii) will be *t u" fo'
ala al mar Omg*. J^anaa S*ra*t. on
Friday |tih March. ISfto al I St p m
InapecUon on application on the pre-
alga
11 V (Tl
MCrMTKN KaWIODW-TlON
Harrtron A Co* Art DerMrtmenl have
van opened a entail but l<>te*waUi.g col-
U lem RewoducUona Among
tata reprgranted gra Bj*j.ie Duly.
-.1 Tou lo me -Lau tr*c
3 3 M> -An

Matltw 1
G*a- China, old Jewel*, fine ***>
-in brly booka Map*. Auto
grrapi pet Ai" qu* Chop,
111


RVar 33M.
KHSIt' Tl SI ( I I Tit mi*
A. H Smith gaga. Hal
Cm Dl.I 3111 5 3 10 In
. iikgOJli | 'I .-!.: |
K..I a .1 Organ 1. rituim tl
m m per gallon \t-. B tl r Standard
.< Swan
gftaai r 1430 3330 tn
l I'TLMl I Al Table and Dga-
Orapefiiilt Spih
FACTORY ITU SIM "
DR FMnatTRA of -Chirovilie Upper
Bay II IU4kV gtanannddl by Oilropracttc
raaHhad anrraal.
Telephone.
FINE Hill IF ST. aaXlAftl
Ston* houte. Standtrd a
rwa mil** fmm arm
Drawing Room, dlrohg Rreat 1
Bcdruoiiu. 1 lollrti; BatWraa.
Kitchen with buttrey and pnan
Large verandah* on a**** ad
ll: Three wrvanU hwaa. Bat
I Toilet; large Ganat gk>
..... tod VMM. I
rlion by tpiximtrantt on>.
nun wt 11- WotrtaTM
ttone home. Standlrd m 4UR
aa feet land Facing Sat, rn>
i-lie.1 11 bedroomi; 1 iraraht
rooma. 3 Wihroorm. 4 da**m
blitchen 2 aervanti roon1: I p>
,. nd kittnatnnit
Waler. Ektrlclty;
CO VI 4FSIV0 Rocn.
T. JAMBS
Two "ore* arnam I bnlrt*Bi .
.. ,. .,,,. ... araaaagg BP
vantv room, garag*. awa MM" I
1 ..'king *a; 1 !l "'I
>. from Iowa a) I
rented uni
novi.lt CRRIST iKBCI ,
All ihet* valuable larak taw I
prialng '' acre*; I nreg * I
acre* and 3 acrea Ajo u I
on the tea 1.10.000 aid Ml* I
.q (eel
BMI. ST. PktgUP I
I 1 acre, good anew* Uni nnS I
i. mile horn Cran*
BLOCK Ot F.M-TOBf *.>
i m.- IN TO"" I
10.300 tq fl build of "w* I
wood ana ataal
Further paiticulara noB;
BARBADOS RIAL ntfA5
AGENCY
. Ben. W
i Ota
MTED POO*?
,rgo Md nan
*SrS.E-7S
vpt Carga mg
SOS
Monda> th intL
The MV C
Mcesl ^ MS* aai
ft. Bv -of^Sm'i
,ot Caig" and i i^_
Wl -|IOON*
ASSOCIATIO"c^-
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE ^ (TO BE REM0VED)
of area. 4*ra.
aJdraaya and
Nav Blue


In II ft ISgauga
I gag Auto '...
iti -in
Meg-
ail t __
. i .;l .Ne FUt'
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TO R
ing fttodel Dinne
Draa. and tape eomplate Black A Red
. Ideal fat com*)
b* aaen t* reaUaa
r:ie Court iKew Flat'
Haflnga S 3 SO In
it and Uou
Top Hal tl-
.1 3M1
I 3 SBtn
I Oil s \l I
HOISE SPOTS
BUILDING SITES
Cash or Easy Trms
From 10c. p*f Sq tool up
ElECTMIC BUS and WATgB
8BRVICXB AVAILAB1-E
H.KV.UK HOAD KENB1HO-
TON. Si Michael
I FRIENDSHIP Hotharaal
Turning. Si M |
I Till PINT CROSS BOAD. St
Michael
WElt'HES now KlNtiSTON
t.ABDIN 4 KINGSTON TER-
RACE ihiovgh from Oovernmenl
Kingaton Rung. Si Michael
Applj ERNEST D MOTTUY.
OnV* C-.leiidgar Streel
gl SBt: Bod..
One Boarded and Shingled
House (Hilton) in H I I
Road Termlssion to inspect *JjS
..le may be yv
ottained from Mr CRONTY ^ ^
at the Office of the General
Omnibus Co. Ltd
FRESH STOCKS
FOI I
HORLICKS MALTED MILK 3 Hid
C.ERM1CIDAL BOAF l' 'Nako
, r.k fKA BOAT
OlNTMrNT
< REAM OF WHKAT
ALIEN BURY S MALTED FOOD
No 1
PAl ATOL COMPOUND
MENNEN BABY POWDER
JOHNSON BADY LOTION
CRXAM
.. BOAP
C CAILTON NSfM
Whol-Ml. & HatoU
Dtuqqial
136 Ro.bv.ck Si Dial I
We/come
SUNNY BARBADOS
AS A VISITOR YOU NEED TO KNOW CERTAIN
Dtt .
TAYLOR'S SrrilU BLENDED RIM
Thr is no "Kidding" about this Blend
na iit. mij.> h.
- -
Jmhm It.
Dial 1315
faai/fwr A
Smmn Ltd.
KoebiK k stift
THE BARBADOS Ml'Tl'AL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY.
Invites Applications
For the post of
CANVASSER
Vice Mr. D. H. Alleyne. resigned.
Applications in person and writing will be received up to
Tuesday. 14th March
For particulars apply to ... .
C K BROWNE,
Secretary.
Bctkwiih Place.
Bridgetown 2S. 2. 50.
Kill ..llll Mil Ms Al (THINKERS si KVIVORS
DIXON fk BLADON
JOHN M. BLADON I
COLD SPR1NC COTTAGE
. ..side Cottage. St. James coast 2
assOAMaBe, wide verandahs, good sea frontage with deep water
' inuhed 3.113.
Th nanaaiaM Huihiiiu
Barbados AsiW
Boxing AjswiWi
Polron Mil ficsHno*
Govern*
SCHOOUtilS i
NOVICES ClAlff*
SHIP

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^Scnan CM*
tO*manlnr>
llViiaSn
anWanMlMV
pionnME*
All FaxailBnTf **~
**rondaiT fc*"*!
.hip. in evarr

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02JDAV. MABCH .".. 1350
-1 Mm XDVOCATE
CHURCH
SERVICES
. ii IM
PAGE FIFTEEN
Churchill And Stalin Back To Methuselah
The Way To Peace
Lord lii.i. ci-ln-iM.k
.vo social
raun i
OTM u __,

xnw to nothint
pence in *.
.hqa tw<
i-led Slai
p.afl.
MFFX
j iiins n
It mini .ver nc
:
:>eoplc of Bi it.iu
n the Immedl i
mplre
leadership. I kt;<>
Ihai praeperitj depend
firm foundation <>f a lai
>araM for the manufi cturtn
"'. industries in the United Kingdcni.
..';;;' ho keepim of .tie people in
; '','T^ ThM>- ' ' Financial Lnd-
Th-
men some o m tone
" atkntMlfth (Stttfl voam hai
.
Civetnlcal Social i
tes on th* nv
id :
nere .ind elsewhere t<>
"Penicillin increased theexpec:-

wider potsibililies be-
cause il get* down to the funda-
mentals of life itself, the human
1
< -,JT;U crsnip oi Britain throughout In*
d Power, the Emuir- and in roreian c. i
.^W. in tne prov ,, w w''L ," Jr >reasinK need which n
! > the attention of Churehlll

Bu; it Ii m
That brings n
pressing 1" ihe hope of making the ster-
ram
Now~in the iinK >loc the leading ~ .
,.,_ exchange in the world,
Otflth.
C- Pam
**" Ihc dav of
*: *
jjaWW
I affiff*" '
\ WRK-L' * Comw-
R* vvn-
!rt
. Ti-n comma imwrti and
i .,![ have the tree pound Tl
pound boucht and sold in evarj
exid market with no iyiricilo.. at
uniting the people in one the price which it will command.
mmon purpose. At present, the value of the pnunn
hr out the frontier... abolish- '

rwdlum of international ex-
- in the change, Lav the pound go free
brought Remember alwnv* the great
theme, the mightv purpose of
had UiC ppor,U,,v ,U,n, Tr . unlls f ,h rm. ^STSmStlmZ
he past like the American Loan
M tapir, n^j*
tnutive ol
.....n.nl i had
chance to talk with ,, on ,.,

or the folly of the Western Union
crj which Would mean only the
nibjugatlori uf this great Power
All these small issues should be
Me .ii tati appeal to
the British people
"The difficulty at present
that the supplies, which come
only from the adrenal gland.: of
bo in the unenviable cattle, are very limited, but a wide
roungar -jeopie. of
tir.dmg ii very difficult 'n me fu-
. UUfl to die.
"There s no .casan why your
CCUa shoulj degenerate o

-
Uoi claimed that tha
drug, cortisone, was more nearly
connected with the nsjMMi
Lf of the human bo.lv
far develop.-.'

prolonging life.
.in.l racUB
arthritl portant
maladies that are being treat.
[bug .it |140
oniinued, "1 hai
another forty years of chemistry
ahead of me. because what \w search is being made for a \ege-
have laboriously built up for yoti table counterpart. The Medical
uicil has team now
ii&l tt men i
plant.
1 cannot predict how long peo-
ple may live m the future. There's
a good prospect of human.' out-
living say, the tortoise. And, if
human cells can be renewed.
W'S"t m ihc end . lB ** *" I" _
. >lupl oppo- propels 5hailcr.^. A,.
cuimn or uw wai an.inM (,- ,, ,.lls,|y ,hut ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ maybe lh(.
Now tin- b- -.is of ih,- ii,,,- ** "' l'1-1 ''"' ""I *> '"
, '. r, "". h in many ut, to larfM all our ,i,it.T,-n,,-s.
2h,SaS"B,S ,11 nano, I..U,
roanrri frr PhuvrhUl ,\ Ih"" l"nhl*'"" so to give up all our grievances.
4ati,i toll r he hBri foil en. UU,"ri U *> wh' "' *** *>' "' K^~
lldSrt hat Uen "' ^ XaapiiiB Of
S,' u-onM L\. Churehtll and those uf hii col-
oVSS 0iV!" lM'WM who are bles5ed by ,hc
raiaad In Bir. that final task and ulti-
i I iZ, Uiumph, the United Em-
P^eaaet bhaw dn(i Ud> A810'- ;)lW, wlth Peace and Tran-
la or New EteJ ughout the world.
L.E.S.
Mn| to what you ere g< In
to do in the future V
reap enormous rewar.i
In an interview. Sir Ian added:
'I have no doubt that humai
II be very nvich longer P
the near fUtUM. It i> alread\
moving that way. Why. thu
ears and ten is considered there is no reason whv we should
nothing these days. not be able to go on indefinitely
Much work is going on in la- (I.N.8.)
%'-'-****>'OW9*0000
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MOR IVI V\
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BARIl.XHOS Y.M.C.A.
Mil.Ill
a-- .
t-
I Grim
Fool ball Prac-
aaaaaagaa* i>
a BIM* Study Craup IM by Dov.
1 lr
M
astt] Bth 1 tn G p.m. Jwn Tcnni*
fH^* Bnet B-li Prat.I
|^|^Hp> *'" p.m. Fooiball Piar-
.Miih! u< Seoul Oroup.
es^LBI B-IS
lafefafer llth Football Practice.
SALVATION ARMY
i a. Holinaaa Mwt-

ii> Aihniaiii
.- Sai..' mi
I A. E. MoArlt
.v.\ Cl NTKAI
asn U Si.,.-
OBTlN
En
c*h;
11
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an Mrrt,MC l'i,

I'uti
niit aUrnei i m a n
ek^nBLV ? i
ti'
r \m h-tmi \. hi k. a
OF (.on
ksai; ii >.

He i^.Ked of Churchill's char-
ade-which he admired He'
spoke of Churchill's political!
phiKoophy-which he U
Sttttng at a long table, with
Molotov on his left end Utrlnofl
acting aj his ititerpicler (there
were no ina in the
room, and 1 was the sole trpre-
t CtnirchlU'i
menj). he made many obser-^-
tione on Churchill'
nil steadfast course In public life.
As be talked he drew .
red pencil of the heads of
nn. Itr" Ahuv. him hung the picture of
taWBB Teiii.
: Kngela T!i.
no other ornaments In a room
almost II ira,
eel by tl e ;<>r tinkle ol i h la-

downt JFtt
it himself, neaklng bi
apparently
wnai dtetatoriaJ w
But not for long did he stray
subjectChun-lull and
Churchill
ids and actions showed
i.d Churchill
tad his admiration and respect
With that background, if W
I USSIoll
.' the conn,
". hat an "p.
in ending
II a.m. in peei I
t CM
q pie of Churchill's
i strength and power, that we can
..
the
enjoyed by him
, other
Indeed, DO Briusl
"ffK* has ever had as big a pot
i
leader.
>f course, no use sending
1 into a negotiation
Stalin save as Pi
Britain. I k for ,nif
.....iv other i
nee ii is oi
make him Prime Ml
he conditions in whlcr
negotiations can be
would aii
be guilty ol the foll> -
ing such an opportunity ,
When Churchill
'* nJ. ;i
grave reaaionalblHts rest on him
It is his duty to lake pan to n-
dlscusslonj which
prunarily concern the i ntteg
RueaAa, the two
torn bombs, germ wart
the Hydrogen Bomb.
Churchill has indeed
IIMMIIM i A R PETS
Siw-j: ft. by 1\/~ ft. and 10''2 ft. by 9 ft.
Alsi
UaWUPeH IK IIOI.I.S 6(t. wide
AH very reasonable in Price.
I.
i Lid.
Insurance Company's
Assets Increase By
$10,000,000 In 1949
Assets of the North Ainerti in iii< Aaaurane) Company eft
increased by J1U.1B8.534 .luring last year, according to the (Men
report of the directors for the year ending December 31, 1M9. Majsv
change in the assets was in the company's investment in first n
gages which increased during the ear by $8,504,680.
than 178.000 ordinar; *------------------'--------------------
policies and 23.000 group distribution of the
rleates were in force at the end oany's investments which have
of December las: year, tnteres been effected In the 1
for the vear has also incrcaaetl to
3.85 per cant m compared
3 7i per cenl I car. ',rr K* :in<1 ,; Challenoi Ltd
the K
This increa-. d Kidnev.
Pgfl -
HII tn CVTTTfri
WELOINC.
BATTEKV illMUilNi;
HRAL n i:m\<.
Miniir, KCi-Mi>
(idltWlN i:"MIEN
BARBA1X)S C.ARAGB.
ISO. Roebuck St. lil..l .1671
m view ma
MM
ii\miv(.~ BnKBAIW
i\(in.i.\r < i
i il.l.V BfOCKBD
KAIKS: 55.00 per D
upwards
tlnclusivr)
10 A 11 Roebuck Street
I M*ln
[total Qui
....
Kottssss Mmi
kitwttna. i pan.
of

:l.

li raaaAji can am
lla.ni Th* r riyU'i>v''the1'Edinburgh k
* p iiv In Ik.
1 .(.day rven
I Chrut to th* Nation*
Kvouoaci e.o. mi a. n
WJTKV HO*D : p.m sunday S-
But to strengthen that inwr-
'..... I -
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in
U Hours
^':!:."-...... r "'*?
- -Want, tel duT.nal ."*.

....,-,, up onto ^?-*}J-1bL -aaa-
U not du0sW SW*!
R
l PUMttaUi rapldlr into Ihi tttH UBkprovB"*-! * * m*w^ J _,
*urfa<* lil'K,-
- tn thrat 1 warm.


'? SK3i ifS 0.1 Mn*~ i^;";_-
NOTICE
To every Consumer oi
Electricity generated by the
Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation. Ltd.
. on competent authority that the I


e elech M and i I
H m ..
the Barbados .V
i Storei ena i' iMk

His Excellency the Governor
of Barbados.
nic light and
powei .. Barbados
Supplj Corporetlon. Ltd. of Barbados have
ack of proper service from thii corporation,
n providing
i .. lighting, << '
other u lectricity, The losses
< i n, and
. the Island in
discouraging .
< promises an i en made at to
A normal eervlce but there has been
ml that Your Exec;., power
- undei which the Barbados
UnaUo deal with such a
ing You to cause an in-
lUon to i>c madt Men will eovea
' ">per generating equip-
ment to supply continuous light and power to all con
H i than that caused by hurrt-

SBO ply of niinent at prop*** voltage.
THIRD: The flngnces of ih. |
n Bar*
ig all legitimate overhead ch; i
and other liens that should fairly be included Aim
whethe: nduly large in view of the
nature of the iino^ertaking, what dividends have been paid
on the
England are > l in the cost of electricity in
Barbados, and .. information.
FOl'Kl 'i 'he 'surcharge' on bills should be
I tiunaliy made aa
luring wartime, also why the dit-
npt payment thould not be restore*:
t it'i ii [fie appointanant ol I PubUe UtiUUes
Commission of < Itn full aulhont>
tad financial matters, including
a reasonable limitation an to dividend pay.t'
,ir co-operation and early
:. or in-
continues to affeci advers*;- dual '>ti
the Island of Barbados.
VISIT the beauty ^pot of the island
iim-i; \V \B I II HOTEL
ItATIISIIFIIA
This newly t reeled modern hotel is situated in tiie
most picturesque part of the island.
TELKrilONi: li.v.i. rOR RESERVATIONS
R-oins wi'.U or without private bath etc. We specialise
In Fish and Lohaaat Luncheons. Well Stocked Bar.
COMFORT
BY SI.Cl RING A
SIMMONS SLUMBER KING
SPRING FOR YOUR BEDSTEAD.
Dial :!L,iii.
N. II. HOWI I I
Lumber and Hardware.
***",**'**>'*-,-*'-* -.-.- - ---,. n
A FEW SPECIAL
ITEMS SUITABLE
FOR BIRTHDAY
GIFTS
Bay Street
II.UK BRUSHES by Kcnl
I.i:\TIIKIt ITKSISWAI l.l.TS [1IIKMOS
FLASKS(AMI i:as. IK
COLLINS' DRUG STORES
28. Broad Street.
THE ORIGINAL
\\s.:i.i\k mm tiimi:
DRAWWG SCALES
Si\ and iweUe Inch, Opea ind Full) Divided
Oval H i! ii, Ivor*.
IDEAL If Xlie I'KKPAKATION
Obtainable In
aikii.ksalf. AND EtsaTAH QUANTITIES
HI-TAIL peicb
HOOKERS (km) DRUG STORES LTD.
o***..*,*..-,*.*.*.*.*.'. *,
DENNISONS DUPLEX CREPE PAPER


I'M,I -l\ll f \
MVDAV ADVOCATE
-l M)\\
< .ripples French
VimI Ugcriau Porla
_ma> tin O

CMrtw

i-am-
I'.O.OOO and 400.00


omaibu* and undcrgmuiul
'


knrarafMM
3000 1' :
transport About ~n pi
i work and ttk
rtaff at Orly. the cap
innn dintanre airport '
Inn in the provinces
Krulcr
POCKET CARTOON
k, QSMiT LANCASTER
~am*timtt I can't fit
womOertno Hat howJor.o ,n:
btbefer* rathe? $imi!at tor*.
ttmrt avT*artna In th' Mart**
Seven Fined
2'6 Each
Leipzig Fair
O/wns Today
Restrictions Lifted



the war. Ll
\


,
Reutcr
Md 2 Q :ind I. \
cists !o be paid in seven days on
in default seven days* Imprison-
m Wonmp Mr. H *
rridaj when they wei
found guilty of not keeping th.'i.
PMpOTl
I aid Harewood f
Alkin.v Tenantry, St Mx
Colly more, Elaine William .
Essie!le Phillip- all of Lodge HIM.
The offences were rommittcd 90
January 4.
.ere Mable Crick, Maud
d Wilfred GUI all of
Whitehall Road and their OfllsHWl
:.uary 9
RUM FOR
CANADA
THE 4907-ton steamship Lady
>" was loading her
upplles of molases, rum
i .irgo for Canada and
Northern Ifftn
The arrived from
i,i Trinidad,
la and St Vincent It
brought a largo comprised of
limacol medicines, hardware,
natches, hams
fresh fruit.
About 9 o'clock tonight thi*
: is scheduled to start from
..town on .ts North-bound
' Messrs. Gardiner Austin
Co., Ltd are agents
Milk Cost 15'-
A TINE of 15 to be paid in
14 days or in default undergo one
month's Imprison men 1 v |
posed on Dudley Hibbs a labourer
rrlngton's Village yesterday
l m Wonttip Mr H. A. Talma
n- am found guOty <>f uplanw-
ful possession of six tins nlk
he 'vbs com*
Trafalgar Square which was
reasonably suspected of havinp
MB or unlawfully ob-
tained
Vcrident At
Worthing
.
in an ac: bl .ib'-i."
worthing. Chrwt chu c*
with the car M-306 owned an i
driven by Mr
Roebuck Street.
The right front fender of M-306
' imaged No one
was hurt.
Wounded With Stiek
LAUr.ISTON BROWN a 22-
vear-old labourer of Jackson was
put on a bond for three months
in the sum of E2 when he appear-
ed before His Worship Ml 1L A
Talma yesterday.
He was found guilty of wound-
ing Hazel King with a stick on her
)aw. right hand and head.
The offence whs com"
March 3.
\ Stern Warning
To Czech Bishops
PftAOl

direct* a
: .uistrator of Uk
ratta The
-..le Office
lastfcal Affair
these letters: "For a long time.
endeavouring to
spread unrest "
.lunKable that in fu-

trest ol :
working pi

M
Holiday Adventure
In Britain
NWI Talk Series
Beginning on Monday next. 6th
nford Vaughan Thomas
will broadcast a series of weekly
talks from ihe well-known tourist
ceni'res in which he will not onl>
act as an orthodox guide but alst
himself 'over
ipter
State Visit of Presidenl
Auriol
DMI broadcasts an(
n the comln*.
I to say about'
I
\ triol df Frame ami .''
Auriol who arrive in London on
. jnd will spend a IM
m of Their Majesties at
Buckingham Pal..re
Science And The Stale
On Fi eommg week
' Ik From the Third Pro-
gramme* will be given by Sir
F H S |hi
distinguished scientist to whom
...rid owes o much for his
fork in radar
MARCH ;
At last
DUNLOP CANVAS
RUBBER

ALL roads leads to the
(Shed) on Monday Night
March th 1950, to the
DANCE
sponsored by Mr. Charles
Lynton (well known But-
ler) at the Children's Good-
will League. Constitution
Road.
Admission; 2; -
Music by Mr. Percy Green's
full orchestra BaT solid'
All are invited.
-***.
"'"<.?.;,.,
II tlw Open
mm irw Editorial* BIO a in
farad* IS am Ant hob**
'Breaking The Ground

aiyB>
ntsivt lair aasr"
Mr i officials
Reulrr
Thfg Weather

Ma Sets. HI v m
Muon tlull i
I irlil.iu. I ( |> in
I, in
1*1 11 Kllti
RatoJall iCosMagtoo) ui m>
i. ,1,1 i i
IBA.
I
I
111 Ml I I.* N
Hind \iIih Its ID antlM i"i
Hour
B.u-oM.. 3Mt
l l
PoHee Band Phys
vi The Park Today

of light ell
I
Mozart and Ri
Park 1


Ifcivs ai. I
-
d win i-
I Hastings ICi

>ias Church
Oltiliiarv:
Mr. A.D. Chas<< B.B.I Radio
residence *M*)riilliIt~
H 1 idaj

Born 86 years ago in the i->
Philip. Slaff' .ia he "v-"\
b) his as*o- Jn,,
r,ed the loci constabul- .
car 1895, and rose to 5?"
iti'-ludinR
Hut it


IT! of g[
Lutifui arvkc In the di
;i-l ..n SeptemlK-T 30th v>
i been rmjoylnfl < \'
health brok
end sooi
An ai
---
, w RM UPW PMOKAUMI
h coaaad him
-. hii h was con-
i> in the
of a largo gjgtthi
U timonv of the
n Mirn thotf Ioh
I
mnd-chil
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K.
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nni;i\ii
SfiEfOEES
I. \l'l \l\ It \I:.H\ ;inil Ihe Police ll.iml
(By kind permission of Commissioner of Police)
Till KSDAV & FRIDAY 16th & lTlli MARCH SM p.m
MATINEK FRIDAY 5 p.m.
Il\ AvirH
ll \ t hfapor !l
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get your pair today
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