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I'M.I IMC) SUNDAY AIIWM \ll SUNDAY, mar. TOD\T U< I*IMIM|M. rill I If** a a> 4 at MASSAtftti RIVER y^ WMIIOl K KMBViltQN :zH ER ROY.\ Prbwi • on iu -i%  Qcuub Calling Hi wa Distinguished Grganiat In Barbados Beautiful Hospital pvl: and Ml H llopkii ROYAL !vVorli.,r,.>| NO BM '.'. 1.1 :IAY Moiidat Night si S..10 p.m. HAaoW MPOPKIN rw BRIAN ELLA CHARLES HELEN DONLEVTRAINES OOBURN IVAtKER I it T HE vlotting rx.n lOSta at Cacrabank. vear | D V 11 H m ( kins thin to any or.< M v i) M as itlftjl nosplW IK ai tt ; %  workers and the >f the Organization hag bi Inni. It u. surely, the first Unw that T „ w '.ent in Organist boJ lo uc taxation >hort*. and Barba DEHMUUA will short!. that Dr MM is lonunarc in nun i ** three mv %  .-> %  % %  i Karri haewe -. Stanhope Joel and ha, Mi's 1 month old daughter | A At A A mvstvrl I EMPIRE Till: \ l ill Til Ml.Hi .1 I l| ,.,„. III "SOUTH "I PAGO PAGO" v. m IFI I1HAI1NA QKNI l<>< K1IAHT Mill Will Ihosr pnson. a .. Iu\r HHlMlll %  • %  ( 101 l 111 l iimmunlratr with Ihr Booklm Offwr as M,OH as pn.it I. ROW i III AIHI ni-NK.in i.a.i Blwii : M %  lr— ii re In I ri -• II TEXAS" Ami 'MADONNA OF TIIK DESERT" With LYNN I —Jgfitcr i II Monday m ,.mg up their home in EngU,,., log al 5 p.m. this month and leaving Among many important poai island colony. Mr. Joel is %  h Ilr Harris has bald of Mr. Harry Joel, who u chairm. President of inof Johannesburg Consoli.lv. College of Organ its vestment Co. High taxation othe '•art 1947 and line reason for Mr Joel's mow II, itions are ronslderelil. says taxation la so prohil.:' include 'The Hound i England that he could not nlTord i %  '"— Carnegie I to keep hlr racing stud if i ung at tho tlnued to live th.rc lion in i§37. and i.n nag 1 Learie On Television f KAHIE CONSTANTINr. f.m,i'i mual. L, ous Weal In rs^jsr^nT : >n A Few D.v. Vi.it '' # '"" !" "> H '.V I A on %  On A Few Days Vltlt potrible feat by appearing on Uu ON H A CUKE, O.B.I VAV Wtvtalon programme oi day evening. Lcarir %  by well knn 'tar Wilfred Pickles m\ him what he. ai a coloured man. thought of Englai'd gjho. from two film.-, onshown-..: [gOalie doing welfare worK during and the otheT In bli %  vn guise as a cricketer %  %  rcreen during the interview. Before he left the studio Lome raid thai When he has passed bJj law examinations ho will return to the West Indies to continue the v.vii.,1. work he has begun over here DM GATES Hasting* Hotel. They are two Canadians from Montreal, Mr. Ben Tishler. who is with Adam Hats and Mr. Ben A UsheroiT, a repr< %  hasthM li..t ktfg CO., ta ataatnMl Mr TIM'KI ">• very pleased, when he Baked if they were any horse races in Barbados to hear that theo were BOOM ihat .imt day. "High Tyme" E l "II th" l-HKi'l I %  debut at i\ c ace ol I %  i %  he studied singing under %  I % %  Hull concert art! I dine ng under Bud.lv Bradley. the West End dance prodi:<'i Gates a pp. Their Majestic-, in th. Variety rVrfor.nance of 1" th. l'_.Useum The..; and in a special perform.*!. "1066 And All That" Bt Uv ace Theatre, whi-h grai tttci *ea .. princess Elizabeth and P.inccat Margaret Rose He also appeared in otluI End Musicals His last I. appearance was in 194 singing sar of The W Tktatre, London Hi I laenj" May Build Lurge Vodrrn %  niiia Hotel B '".*thet %  '• %  %  ., st tu K to se i born *n i were inter' 1 -' %  half rf itomT"" :!iev K(ii-j' mi in the Virgin islnuds: locnl labour '^turning7h>Tik!? and m.iterieil would .. "** the butlcUnj ^cturntd I 0 Amenc.-iii A I ' tel, ha *A i ( m family "nent fnur r ""*** It's a Ship GLOBE Tonile & Tuesday 8 45 DEADLIER Than a snub-nosed bul!ot... TOUGHER Than a big-knuckled fist... OLYMPIC THEATRE TOMI. in i.i.i Ikn 20lh (' -1 El IRK In nil BNAKE PIT" M I SUM . uu I8DA1 Mi.1.1 I I' M In COME Til Till STABLE SttMrtigul. . $ih)QJiwate I i |n"in> Coffee Spoons I run Simons ( tki D Utitter Disbes l.ntit %  DWM I .i It.mis Itutl.-r Sets N i %  i HII mmi .mil %  ir All i. \>i\ id'.isun.iiiir Pricai PLANTATIONS IJ.MITi: TOOLS! TOOLS!! MR. CARPENTER Gave Ut The Idea "N OMCAN TOSELA.NU. %  %  Bee .. M^iKigei • .•i'l 6 ""* 1 about ccmiiitf to Barbados for a ingley .md Ur. Prancei U lady doctor, who both corne from %  %  m and they I. jraatarday b> T C A. and are Slaying at the Hayings Hotel At Seawell Yesterday %  der, fioni 1 Kitchener Ontario, wh. him thut •Hwill be leaving Barbados on March 89Ui to vl was in Bermuda fur ISO days, but found it very cold. She was not where she was staying as she had made no rcm-rvatun Mrs. D. M. M Toronto wa* auothsr arrival In T.C.A. She .s here for staying at tho Marine Hotel Brought Two Friends M R. J. C KJtIINDLKI WUltam C .' %  t 'IT \ holiday ,il hi • I h me in i i He lives in Oi four > %  He brought t.. him who will be stayl] i ai th.i about Winston Chur.iull's iuppo-4i! viBBt to Trinidad. A ship I chill," bound for Tl ng the passengers on board Is Mr H T Edwards, who iM coming to loin bad** Staff of Bl Bank. Brooch Or Insect? M R. H. W I.AHKIN Who i Mas In Toronto, is tn Barbados f" month's holiday, and Is accompanied I They wenut the Rs*CS Carib noticed that Mr^. Larkin faring a brooch on i the sleeves of hor drew, which %  % %  much so that several peor.< to knock It off her dress, much to nuaement. They are guests i Returned Unexpectedly M lt aim Mrs. (.erald Cnffln daugiitcr il.ul. nMd to their %  a holiday as guests at Can Hotel. \l; G raid Griffin is a shipping return unexpected! : the shipping Now Reported L AST Apr.l it was anm>. dish. only daughter of th. K later i w %  '.; I Mui %  iamas rl Mi i %  \ %  She \* Mi aha %  aing l Orchid, A ith .: ,. %  rag. %  %  vei %  The Beit Pi %  .. 1 : 'S Hotel. AfCATK 4 II II (IKDMA Member* Onlyl MONDA1 HI DNUO \^ VK.HI .it K.IO UAVII) Nl. N in "KISS IN THE DARK" with VICTOR MOOR! WAYNE MOltHls iWrORD Harnrr Rrw.. 'bi utm Beraea Mieaeai FAIUNE how DIM. on holiday here for %  -•ill leave the Is. ami lets m the) year for New York The cast of the Revue "High > of well known |.„. will be played by the Hand, under the dirwton of Cast. Raison. Looking Forward A FTER .-pending one month Dl Mr and Mm. Ba i! Williams arrived henon I 1 I Lynch "f H It, Lawrence Mr. Williai' 1 -. |B.| %  take.i U, the \.'i i. %  %  looking forward to being able I i %  %  .,"i the) onl} have from what be and his wlfi going to bs enjoyabli Second Visit To W.I. T HIRTB %  %  Indies, in U I II Hai-i %  i : econd Wi I Ocean Wlev the) hope Canadian Barrister M it ( know iron \ WM rttl I. tkl %  vail a, > '" pUn io ra One Of The OH, M j .'A1.T0K, k % %  ". "i* „i a, Hardnr, *^ Onttrio, .ii-a. lor., riolid.ja. IMUa liank and „ „,„„ art. "" f. JS west at t|"5* Keturninj „„, y 4R. mi (,. %  I) lor ArilCSi L' ""'"' 'uv,o5JV intraaiit jyiH am GRETA llAM'RDt i Latest Arrivals S AILIN0 :h f, %  will bo Ihr %  %  % %  %  I j vato oniei %  %  %  V hitn laigj maU ;—nanii s A ciLnxacfejf|H from -vhe rc they ... .* other plane (or f Humpai %  'own. Mn. i __ "'.in and the, 5J nths' iiwidar mol Ittlc btly mil a mmhm %  • tic .(ntli, long air fiigtai Cjmingi And f M ISSrXJRAlBBO WelfaRjL. tl on Frietr I Kill... Kenric of Tin % %  i rseai) I i nod YatTj i.slH. AstK" foi Agm ind WrtfCT j Mn Ht* tinned ftV I.A. ".. :.' i (H-eii m Trinidad for li unival retunnHlfl I ;.A. BY THE WAY . OLYMPIC llli % I in A GRAND VARIETY SHOW Wa MI i) i.tth ami u t;u \t:st> I) ISlh al 8.30 p.m. (On Stage I • f and Sea reals of Strength Warner and Lorraine I'm HANI) HAI.AV INC.. So.M ; ft TAP-DAM KM by I'KIK'V WKI.ru TRAPEZE Sit COMEDY by Colin Johnson Adagia and Sibonc.v < i< A Popular Band in Attendance l-KU L.V Tit U, Hmmr 3*. Baicany U, BoKea M A i ORRZSPONDENCB about golf reveals the reason why ilk up to the into it before putting It is because a toad once e the ball. -thjsc player once saw a head sticking ssj| hole, .i the rules to remove the holes. On the other bin you find a stag in a bunker, according to Mr. Bernard Darv III and Rule 26. it is "an te the matt h You may n as you woul i Unooeroi bal 'i"ki' Ihr anVaaSaaV Siamlul I T became known ymmmJmmJ thai "Lefty' 1 Warblow. 4i he is St Narkover. had go house back from tho bookies by threatening; to publish Something I lust discovered shot three of them. The book BOS n-i..mptd. Smart sai.1 v fool." he sak %  od all lh< %  Ung u prettg Warblow. "and "When pnrenk Smart-AJIick. Io th) %  thli k %  '.. %  1 negative of a photogi Chairman with one h> %  ,11 U %  Humaiuv T H IXack corporal v-ho te i i. IT a :. lady he subaeqtieitil> lucky. 1 knew a %  afioi tO fall off a lot lp Of %  > barmaid in Thri By Beachcomk lap t>' '* ut aa| men *** %  • :hn fananl She Ihrew tin aaaw %  ., ;..iiidfeM M and w a ssdi Interlude I'roduoK. And is*J Mp#.'i/ Genuya*J .i.i hold u*i %  %  ihoa wittF hor under :h ***"^? f g | but urawai % %  know }iu-jilu "''' f E nri ..:: nil ! % %  liw ,_. me by a manMebVw^ one of them ^.""Xl IT his-iP>o ... U( -jld • %  *' BAWI UWlMIKs l'l\Ms lack, Sui.M.itiii.;; Illo.k and Kabbil m LaV SI'IKIT 1 I AH | BK.UI | U| \M I,KILLS DOPING *U\N i LM IKONTAJHJ \nis SIKLW DKIVIKS Oat BTONI B BTC, I u I SELECT YO0RS EARLY THE CORNER STORE Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE and MAKE Cycling a Pleaeure We can offer GENTS. LADIES and the POPULAR SPORTS MODEL Ala*. .. Cjcl. Lifku, Loelta. l'oliahlng I lull,. Oil Cans, and Lubricating Oil. *-CROWN GINGER BEER " %  HAl\DBx\G§ 3 THE BARBADOS CO-OP! KM I HI I0H r.U'TOY UMTRD for your Easter N* Choose Now : • Pineal 6 Pat*f* \ j Black. White, ran %  %  $3 0 9 to $6.41 shades XEW SPIJNS BLAc D K ES1 a GN r l Undtr the-Dollar'' Dress Values now displayed in '"* W AT EVANS & H1TFIELDS S



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TT jjarjarci Sullivan In Ciieer Film ( y frederirk Cook BfS&" M \II\V \0\1H \ll PACE THKtU MUST COMPOSERS RELY ON FILMS? %  *> IVs-aSK. fill fail lo iturti cteiduetoiII. :i.r ok*. "..\ %  — in Britain lo .How '"a *-h"e hop lies lo amount lo much •r Walton ol thi If any of thcae composers— %  let hour Holbrooke Hubbr.. Rawsthorne, a>rdon • %  BLJ *" : J cob B " L "> %  rev. Annur Benjamin (I menu !" .. •n" was rather be"w name, at random, ..ddinj a -• %  eing !hat a good protev-.ive E and O K •i butors to English lllrmure lime of late years. Their 'hey would occupy positions rnki %  % % %  e .. %  bovi Al The in.-in.. ii \iina May Wonj Is Back By G.B. '"' miubi, ;:;^peo*unc^. ihe Sdi^fiK; For Amateurs IMnUhl Impact" plawna He Mde of the oad not killed, and It U the %  %  ver who loses hts life whan the 2Sa, r "*" '""• a truck loaded ith high ocune n. ipenlni: Bwr"?" th, %  { %  JTie mu-si >'" l,are t0 di in ,0 Sta 1 time. Thr mil loo fur fne day .-'• ' %  M wife, goes oil on a second Rspoa garra:.-: S %  g m i betti alone. The novel ut. of the wealthy San rranclsco m who had been killed lO be earned at • r. Colorado. ivHook of Barbados, borrow %  — one and rend it: it will be %  *rcat ) n-irden 'blind" this 10 often results in ; after failim'ivobodv recoe%  i iiwed him' Working u a motor %  &C010V it. ,|.r>" • %  CROSSWORD -.. new compostiions; new music, In fact MM, fur .-xainuic .if U -l one demnad by tm itYtS* W D g t " .' poor tnglish youth of aBUAH mijtiu endow the world wnn another G minor quartet, but wouldn't be able to dive his time ur Pntfcmi "he enureiy to com position—not in „ llu Ml llt manuring * %  period, even, when more money an< an occasional mulch of humus %  :v,l' KllH||-|'fnPQMn or the wiw nil i^niiuiiu Rubbra He produced though he has rrom the inal-and%  nd stands at nil U1.J -vmpbony hejp. Also discuss gat. whenever you get ih \penenced gardeneram more of I,that way U book. In gardening it is necessai> lo understand thre<> thing?: (1 > The right soil for your plants (2) The position thev prefer shede, N i: S (3) The rlgbl whM) to plant Soil CosWhttsu Speaking of local soil cone | 1.1'ESS SI All eon for a long time spying of The pans ncome from the tax has ucted, pay for hs book %  %  cuttings from the lawn mower or leaf mould No uddition of lime is necessary as Thepcr/ormance of music. N„ use io tell him to write for the our so h 8 n ." ,tur 1 Umc ^eposiU. films. He tnight enrich bis purse 1_ %  . IsaBB i.( St \i| IraMstl I \ll.. | t aVwrry sd:.io can Do put 10 km. IU KM < I pMSSj t &aM M BSd. %  *-.: MS J. . % %  Bj %  or iej>nant. _. siti-riirvttve. |j| > *in s ..in. <4| % %  : (41 ur outfit. i*i SOW'uliL (g) QUaioal producUun. WilUair. Wa.lun has compose.; %  ^^ %  embered^rir''' is lor llw compoacrs lo save 'ini.iio In ihemselvcs; or rather, to help months.. The author of themselves to a portion < von b0 "* 0 1 "" copies slight portion, of the largesse given ,ual the many through Ihe benevolent channel. composer of Ihe of the Arts Council and so on— "..xl really great slnng quanet. £144,000 annually lo Co vent only hop,, il m Gardtn alon^in support of Ihe %  id no doubt there muldkiiai, ol music, the distr.itors. In short, lo those hen we sell music. laai we ... ,.., s „. ni.,t,, ,„ s ours*. but onl>at damage to hi. ...„ou, "" ol s A,K Pen nianun red the best manure, and. (juo'ing from thi> %  potash, and hu be en lern i fool-proi Some plan 1 a hgni a i conditions that youi plant raq I'osition J garage owned and operated by a very attractive war l la Itainea— he sees in the papers lhal b or attempting i„ r .. i, ,,„„ „„,, ier lorar, who. II turns Eventually his 10. • due lo the persuaahui of Klla Kaines. liv aaMag irlurn to I police, the i mi him. and he i d "f ihe nturder of his I. %  .,!.. i details lo the .lorv that are loo devious to go "ut il ii all lied upnrntUH-J conclusion who is a most -i narform. OU IL.ln.-s, as '^rfajhtlirrb and sympath] II. h n Walkar, 1 MipUOSC I .oll.lhf '' %  hi, role uno, Dawn Kl I • .-!'wottio corvaicKT assiavrn %  .Incl Cm/IMC '.I. Ol tiivsma of a seUln,: nwt* •> %  :ri -. -t uiMit the Ski mf %  twnd f, (7) Pf> tt ft tUBCISOt laHMa* IBOM, Down 111 srou;id tin luvcUanica mm D* 4. u*tort u r E L L o n Or.c leucr simply aland) lor another In this example A U used lor th. two Ol. etc Single letters, apoetrophns. the length and formation of the words are all hints Each day the code letters are diOerent A Cryptogram (raotallsa KL Id KL 10! NLUC KAATKBCO LKC EBUVCM LUI-ATKBNBC who I" ictlmes a plain that absolutely refuses IC thrive in will shade or % %  %  %  will lie I tint played an. part rase i trainv Annu.il seedi Mnesc ucwhorn I to Jaiiuai i i I hnven't %  %  11 I* J li UM tow 'in R, ,| ;II S K -' %  ] Rupert a nd the Caravan — 4S operate , pulling in the p irisernble punj lhln| When thu ; |, ( n ,, lted ^ %Tt to waste anv ( orted to. Th< note u ( .,ii lown iihtful m their tinpluity %  it and cut H out "i Time to Plain Next in in .right lime to plant Thl* applies sj alwa) Srspeeiallv to AsMUtsa at thes shertei renU-U %  I the wrong fireyMgfj Vex, Hehael V. I I'aK i %  it tbr dim •..., UM is it, suns out io al rhat rrrjiuic," nsoans Sun. "Ai.d to ihinli ;hai I nearly caughi ilidi pants I "Cheer up," says Rupcn biCJthiCi-ily. Thmas may not be as bad at lhal. |un srait and Kr whai I've breught you. Rrdcnao dotoo'( knew ih.i i've sag f\io— Use for you, teo/ BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! ur "PO.VDS" ASSIST rov. COLD & VANISHING CREAMSFACE & TALCUM POWDERSLIPSTICKS HAND LOTIONSKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC. SrOCUS BY ALL DIALERS. •Palmolrve Beauty Plan proved by Doctors brings lovelier skin to mi women out of J — in 14 days! An-1 tsjtiOal % %  %  >iors(inc]udinRlc.i(i' specialUis npatt thai the l'.ilmuli\! All \oii IHMM tn do it "..al ilirsr women did: blknt the MkWkUve Bc*ut> 1*1.m." ^t. HI pod uiriplr / M'aiA yuut jui with /WnWuv S 2 ../ii.iiy ill ruh, f^wr-of/ UUm u %  >** lull minute. i days ,ind ptovc lot youi-il ili.it the ^•juiy Plan Leap thM • %  M-.l-.l' I HAT .MIKMllJ-IIM. ( flMIM.KXION MOD ERN CLEARAN CE Itll.INS TU-MORROVI MOMIIV MARCH 13th It U the biggest Sale in ; ears, you will find a large -.election of timely itemdrastirally reduced. Our Good* in slock now wrr %  l>oiij,iii at pre-devalualion prices .mil for this (l.KAUANCK SA1.K we have many items further reduced to :iw you an opportunity for real savings. ON SALE I .lllll'S Ill-INSI'N. II..HS1 .l.llS. HailtlItiiys. St... kiliys. I nili-ri. % %  • A %  II1IIIV illiirr liiiK-l. Ill ins. S.IMMI l.ailirs H .M.llrn Snrulers Rose. Maize. Blue and Red Regular % irclnrrtl lo S'J. IO i.niii s niniisis :io %  ssssassaM ID Vafasss %  • %  iiiiiii n> M _'..;o .nlii s Orrssrs Uemiltu up it. $15.00 rrdurril lo S:i..tO An Silk Slips Repilau$4.12 rr'liirrd lo 'i...O i'liisliilliiiitllutits Values up to $6.00 reilurrtl lo Si-.O I 11 IMI1U IlllltS Keguiai $4.35 n-aliirrtl lo '2.UU I'ruvrl Ovrrni||li lliis with Zipper, rralurr.l lrom$4.50 loS2. IO I..lilil-s Hlellliliti Suits ...liniil lo *VMMI HIIIIIM i ll.uiiMi 4 CaaS* Urgtilar $1.08 rriliirral lo liO i-rnls I'urr WM.IIII, lllanU. Is Single Bed Size S laaU Woollrn flu all Hiilrriul 5ti inch vMiitli Senaaliunal Bargain rrdurril lo S.'!. I'lusiii Showrr lurlainw Prelly Kloral Ueaign Regular $4.t>6 rrilurrU lo Sil.OO • .. %  •liis Slai-ks I. % % %  ' % %  Only Sizes 14 and 16 Regular $3.60 riiliinil (o SI. IUI % i-lliin I'olislli l s Regular ^ize I lor n I.OO 3amask Serviettes Regular Size:i lor % I.OO \ Ladies Handkerchief. Moral Regular Size a itr a i.oo Ho.. Ohs I ranspaxcoil Plastic I I rrills ua. ii IV. ii! I ..i i in U s Special Sale Price 8 rrisln I'lmlrv lovsi-ls Linen l* inish I ISMS I.OO Paper Serviettes While only -•OO for 9 I.OO Ladies Cotton Vests Aaaorted Srzea— 2 lor • |. •! %  s II. Its Assorted Colours 21 rrsali, each l.irls lie hs Plsatic—Special (or School—*2:i mils *luii ni.ii lli-isas til SoliI'rin-s tll.it ur*> loo uusui-roits lo iiii-olion io this siimr. we lln-ri-(oi-isuigiirsl an rarl* loilrro for real Stiiut{s. 'tModtrn ZDress Shoppe BROAD STREET.



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SUNDAY ADVOt Ml Spring Meeting Concluded Events SUNDAY, MAttCH nntrol hove refusf Control to man in thi1950 Wc5l Ill( ... mort important Mibject %  THIRD DAY SI*INTKKNTH RACE March Hundicap Seven of the entrants wv -ratched and the remaining W were soon off to a good start with Silver Bullet. Dulcibelk. Ability were scratched leaving field of six. They got off in bunched position and Shortly the River Sprite (Yvonet) took over the lead. There wen Racing Results THE perforn mm ol v. to say by 101 1 SLAINTE J. INFUSION re are so s c oRFU g of 1850 inhered. Right nuw I have not decided which was the TIME: 1.58J been Informed SSfSSmf IbTov^int th '" * * %  ""<*""* WgUrcn-. because FORECAST: S26.16. tiich I misjudged mo-l al the meeting just past. ALSO RAN: Tibcrian Lady 11J2 lbs A. Gonzal. I ,(,,„!( ; i„. was a filly who struck me as one nol lbs. Yvonet I Good. FINISH infusion" ridden by Holdc, Mini tancc"of"iensrth an,, a" half" sep*. " ""'l^'th ZZZ 'thaTI TBAMB Mr"? 0*C%2J32*' over to pass the Stands for th, nW K. wared during the course of the meeting that 1 IKAlNhH Mr I O i Peikin.i the impression after havThe Held raced somewhat evenly here """.'^ Homestretch whenlhe Jamaica (or Km „ lme nd thcn S | mntl Swiss Doll (A Gonialea) emerged ...—i L. J •*••-. ihtirAw tiip jam ii • %  > %  %  %  %  rm__i__.. from the pack winner [IB rt-itll III* "i ,. | IU1 Hiiuniun: dim "ini .iiiiiiiu_, . Cricket Board ,l, r ?,T>h„ iMaWsM (Payne up) forged ahead. The lead from th.iptfj ...oner by ""„_,__,„. mllch cour age. I am now willing to hearlUy lake back START: '" ,h ,9S Wpfl w only held for n short time, length from River Sprite %  !" . .? __ t .... ., „, AT GARRISON SAVANNAH. 9ATURDAT .., WEATHER Fine .„ C II Us I7lh Race: MARCH HANDICAP—Claas n JM lI2 A 5 K His $125)—9 Forloar, """-•„ %  138 lbs. Mr. I o. C Perl, .. 116 lbs. Dr. II .*,*_ .1 • T lbs. Hon. J. D. S dl e, Jt *^aS5 PARI-MUTUEL: Win $4.50; PUce^^* iRre.gJ I VIM \\ \TION Aral time in this position f-.| lowed horso in—Sun Queen nfLM !" n dosely by River Sprite and Slainto II*ST Mulain here and now fur Iba U-nefii f those who shared in the order mentioned "*{[", rtlcle. Paralng the live furlong DO' the article was that there was some exchange of pla of the British and Tiberian LadyJook over the i the article was that there was some exchange of places %  of the British tud Tlbatlafl Lady took ontrol would not have broken new ground _and third tyWon -• C. HIWUBII 1 iiawkinj. 133 lbs 117 1b.. Was K. C. nJS*r ? M*, us-. Mr. V. Case. J 0 £? U > ?*, 1UEL. Win: ss.41,. i5g.* ; B 55 Bowmanslon ridden by Crossley thought Bowmanston should have beaten her in the Creole Handicap MM f h } i ^r }.^'' 1 ^, 'i? 0 .',',"; %  ^-^S?i"iu the clock Bowmanston ridden by Crossley thought Bowmanston snould nave beaten ner in me v.reouj naimic.p --Z" m ^r'r t ^"~ %  •":• im rK f"i "Us ftienon,,. in, her lead, was soon in the lead and pa .•.relay. I do not know to what extent the sore shins, which this STAl ^:: i (/^'' U iirt,^.' TUP' for home, the stands for the Unt time offering from, played in her defeat, but after vvi.-.stH: j-yr.^jld ho bf JJa.ue tVunSi' u 3 i"*^ > istled by tms position juat about a 1.. ,., .„ „„„ ., n ,„. k ,.. .,, „„. ,„.„ and h en Holder taking IKAlnitB: jjusa c. c. ilawuiii. 1 '._however SUlnte. hustled by trm, position )u.. about a tea, ..,„ anil then Holder taking IK^TK: YnsiT CTH^ST ml n >^ Infusion took eacond place money some exchange of places then IO,K UI %  '" run through Ule very solid body of mother HI— 9 tur| 0 in d -von the race. I am therefore not satisfied that Watercress is 2 BATTALIUN . ... 122 lbs! Hoii. J. D. Criandle, 0 *'' '^ '''I" "'"rkle"^! .i.t in the minds of responsible wesi Indian ,! ',n .,£.,,,' Mil >tan.l up % % %  Hug to the Fre.1,1. COACHING Ml in I) ). DL'LCIBELLA TIME: i.Ui I-j. 117 lbs. Turning to Slainte's three wins in B class I shall write it down ^ JjlitlCAs"^ si'liu %  .h.splays of a Uonheurted horse that I have yet jj'lAHi: Uoou. Mr. R. 11. Mayera. J JS2,TJ* PAW-MUTOEuRt'l rvent to the fore. ne |„ : printing or staying. Watercreht hustled by 0 UON-HEARTEDNESS came out from the Held however to challenge Ud ovtrtaii leader and to win the race bv .1 neck. Pharus II was secuiui %  |1M1 "'" asJWMI '-ices hen.and in Trinidad last WINNER: ill not impressed that he was of any particular conseTKAltstH: Mm Stpirmber Song on the tlrst day certainly mw-rtw*: ..v,....... ~ -^ .. %  day I was convinced that he was Wi R "^ IU !" 2f 11 VJJl" IC P ~ Cta C %  """Hi %  ; three times, his weights being 130, 133. J lu "" Yesterday, a length in front of Bowm.TWKNTY SECOND RACK FINISH: Close HM 5-yr.Hjld tun, O.T.C • "ecs, j Cux. i exchange of plao by reachmg the Judge lust a neck laix bul fllmn We s i ra ,giu GRAVE IKH'IITS ahead of Corfu. A protest against the winner was raised hut the re. T „, u ,. Cricket hoisting of the blue flag after some I o-..,, .. been refused by Ihl Waal In. lies Cricket time Indicated that everything wa.' %  rcl ol n iJHSi a rlsh I KIIITKKNTII RACE St. Ann's Handicap Minuette and Chindlt were scratched and the six other entrants started with Vixen and Miss ...living 2 lbs. each overweight. The Held !\xm got oil polish in the manly ,„ „ gooA urt M1M Friendship o abroad". ,Yvonet) going into the lead, folfour-mount Held. The starter got 1 umbcrbateh, asslsUntlow0( by vlxcn und Aprll Flowers, 'hem of! quickly, ami %  e ialion team, vixen (Payne) posed a strong passed the )udge the first t. challenge quickly after they reachorder w a s Tango c I ,,,, ITS were after the -..me „, lh( p,,!,)^. Rend. She drew Joint Command (Holder) light up" and |uat )ab and lIKHfl | eve l with Mlaf Friendship as the Postscript ( field reached the four furlong pole, still In the ... mages to offset an oppoThey bunched at the Guns, and out jn Indian l..v, of the tussle that took place In u, e Four Fur io„g Pole. Joinn AI NKH , f V IH !" ^I,,,.,, -he homestretch, April flowers Command challenged, but Tango La U for me characterised the predominance % %  """ %  ." %  wr. i.. v. Williams. was pushed into first position b> still led, and was .setting the pac. el.lom been brought out since Pepper .,., Kilcr fKKOLE UANDU'Al-—t'laaa I and | J1U „ „•" %  whir'wind auack V' ""S 'S, W '," tVi^'S J s ,h '* ""^ ,he clock * *> ' (1 "" "'"• 10re < h opposition to ribbons at the ,„.. ,, .„.,„', L """-I ,h,ng-wl.,.l.nd attack %  f ron.Sdk Plant *5^ nd Cr ",^ swept into the Homes:., ,, m7 I, ,s hue that Lady Belle was only in 95) ; rurlou.. Mopsy (Holder) made up a lot ^."'j 1 !" ," nl ^f„"„ lh c „ .| v ;' h > r "' quite a diflerent story unfolds 1. WATERCMESS .... 130 lbs. Hon. J p. Drill Hall Handicap ..eh time the race was further. Yesterday, of i_ ^WISS HULL :nto his hands by setting a slow pace, but with 2. llivtll SPRITE .,: Infusion, the others looked a very tired lot and one i. SUN QUBM 1.1.nte would not have been the winner under nine furiongs h,s fg*^ ^^M" '. m a weight of 138 lbs. over 1 124 lbs. Mr G. E. Lam. Jo. 1. . 121 lbs. Mr. K I. ,„.•,,„.„. JoctoS; .. 120 lbs. Mr. J. W. Chaadhr. xu '" Win st.ac. Pla!?u.?g5 ., ser I was disappointed .0 see *.t XLsOK.t.N. EST <1M ,fc. Holder); Identify (i„ „, ,-,2 lead the lie! %  %  The company must have been Ueaullls (IJ7 lbs., i'aync-,. 'J (Ho It*. Ua ; •t. than i„,nei.„i' '' >•<*" Slainto. in spite of all her gameness musl START: Good. FINISH: Comfortable, 1 lennn IL.I_ inc. men ouncned .1 WIMM.II .,_.,.,. 1,1 ^km a.i^....,. ....... ,. ..... *''• 'T*aaj IIAKHADiis KIR ORENADA %  in Oicnada. 1101 mean to import some old amc llilrd. lengths behind Silk Plant. MNKTKKNTH RACE Win. BowrinR Memorial Handicap m *f e K i 1 '" m lrluU '.„'" on the first day was a • PHAROS II lUB r 1 lbs! "owin 5. ne?k. TnSwa. M" record for .his class while In addition ,. was faster lhan the three C 3 BOWMANSTON .. .30 lb: SU'.I*T and Portscrmt vscre scratched leaving: „,, enlIant o udiie bv Trinidad s. >-l<< ^'i' H"' lnui11 o......ii_„ .o iZ. ..... ri..i^k.ii. %  Rattallon (Crossley up) Dulcibelli < Yvonet up) and Lady Belle Mr. M. E. H, iiourne. Jodttj a£ Hon. J. U. Chandler. -ally rousing llnish. Secondly her 5^ furTIME: 37 ^ PARI-MUTUEL; Win; $3.12. Plar^Six?! "iily one tenth of a second behind FORECAST; $7,ttU. elaai sprint of the same distance. Finally ALSO RAN: Apollo (117 lbs.. P. Fletcher), with 133 lbs. up, and allowing Battalion 11 lbs. START: Good. FINISH. Driving, neck, ^ kRgt I I., she WOO m what I -.tialt describe as Harry Wrag 7'"^"; *£T-M *> %  *• f Rcstigouehi-ConaiineiU. ... .. ., .. ,., iKAiwtK. Hon. J. u. Chandler. the lormer gelding, one of the leading of the Battle fro.n joini Command. wan M ratchad ana the Wluii the horses got otf Duling eigtit were oil to a ,, %  thnllin ..bella took the lead followed by In one of the moat TWKNTY-THIRI) It \l I ll.Jk. Hh Handicap .m get. I do not bel'cve Lady Belle will ever be as good as her 32nd Race: UHIL1. HALL HANDICAP Claas F aat Uau f ...inly developed into a good MH:,. S:I.W —9 Furlomi I Mill! KSTIMATEL Miiing star of O.T.C. out came ". .. „|,| ing up the rear. Thoy passed the The much talked of Blue "till ascending star of O.T.C. out curie i' JOINT CuMaiJND 27 1 for the first time In tins streak was soon In the lead and old Gun Sue Is lha last race to give the great sire his seventh .vm TIME 2M PARI-MU .'ibolu, Los..;..... a position which r th, ma-ttaf. 1, ought that GunSite was capable FORK AST*:' ,14.76 rat— ISSXTmSrSS^'M ^cSSSginl"* 1 ? !" 1 ?.^^'?' ~>.?r>>'*r jJt^^SJWa < U,H 1. POSTSCRIPT 130 lba. Mr. D. V Scott. Jockrv Pra 2. TONGA 117 lbs. Mr. V. E. Cox Jock*. Ttaai JOINT COMMAND 127 lbs. Mr. C. Barnard. Jockej Ha* -MUTUEL: Win: $3.02; Place: il.IH a • -— K 173 luiiuiiju unucr i. o*. wimii ui n vcrv II-3|K<.-I.IUI<.' unit; .>•—>v tvm<. iiuwura \IU IjSf bat. OTC !" "* ^ :,„ee lady Belle but quick„,,,t to the front. All Ihe horses that shoulderlr I 190 lbs. really shows up how much I underestimated w F 2j?,{&. Vr „ 2 Ma^rs ,.i,while Uulciwera evldantlg nil in the Turf Club Handicap on the. second day 1 M " "">">• bella was setting the pace and form and the dtslai .„ t„ scratch on the Brat day After 23rd Race: DALhUIII HANDICAP: Class A and V,*a-m i. the claasles I ... allace and 1 "* would easily. PRAISE Mill PERKINS i i 1 ''^.. W fh', ^ a: B £ or ; y !" wm ver > sh0 " ; %  nghiing Onlah In the Dalkeith Handicap yesterday I am convinced evident however, that M ud s,>ng moved UD in the rteond !? ,_ ,_ j ,.,. >_ hard going although -—homestretch Lady Belle urged by four furlong pole In... '"" ,u 1O badly ln mud lto,cc h,i a' RFirnJ BBICIIV I'mrkell drew level and oveitook atUI in ::me of 1 18 1 ule and 130 yards last Christ* %  "•"" aniuai the mare. Battalion who all this n „ nukl illu | InddBnl 111] II is the closest that has ever been 3 pupi.^R WINE iililia 1 b *" 1 d" V |i, P '"' I. by Itrown Bomber for this distance in i',', %  !. ?,'s'-"e.l *u..". ...ought that a horse like Gun Site, who has to be TIME: I4U.PAIU5S5 1 ." ZTLJZ-jTitZST: ?S. q. 1 ** P* *..? ., Il, scrubbed for six furlongs out FORECAST: ,48.12. ,h tnrtneiaMllJSlSlrt iSuS. QS ..f nine. v.oul .. ..rest. ALS ?vi? A f" : .J."""!? 'i 0 *, ,'??' % %  %  •,„.,a,,, f dy,le,hyhu : :, M !" LV'from %  ,css that my dlppolntggSl all sept in front however down the (rack t.. ,.. %  % %  ... .-. n. at the past meeting START' Good FINISH Drtvin :.:„.Xn „i\eo.,ai .hi'ee len'^hs g,*^ ^ ,,.' J '"" ikC hC har W,NNKR: ^'"-M br.g. 0 C IIIM, S140)—7' • I in loin %  Tatf 130 133 .. 128 MUTL lbs. lbs. lbs. EL III Hoi Win J. 1). Chandler. Jockej K. D. Ida Jockey J. 1) Chandler. %  Bul ll.e I mutt have a.l cleaner Ihe 1...I lh.il hi' !>.. ....... Iroin Dulclbella. TWI.'MT1I.'TI1 H.veF length away froie I : ; ? %  Tl "' r a !" * llaslnits ll.in.li.-.ip II mi Night, f„ r u„. ii... Southern c I ONGH ITS M>K QKA4 I II.III.IMI I I %  | %  ., Trinidad %  ..mteslants. Gieoh Hodu) Temn Cannoi Go To U.K. I'KACUK, Mi id II The C I % %  u Qoranmanl today tonnod Uh Brill h Embaaay that %  Catch tea h oc haj toaa la toan would nol b wavini rron Laaalon arhara it 1^ laava tot Eni due to defeftH iti world title m an granted TI .. cnamptonalllpa beginning on M.nhoi da Of, But 1 am satislied that we did not see the TRAINER: Hon. .1. U. Chandler U-st of : I Know that there .ne lavaftl people %  ttad him but they were not in Trinidad IMII Tor their ignorance, but ting will support me in my view. Howtva. bora won loti id othori like nyaotf who tl raeing at our meetin. 11 fortilie.i my vjev the) would win races mi i all this talk about how w iten.ber Song il a colt who Welcome Planned for Athlete %  because visas had net bsjto shown us that lilH tit Illin r*IlV> i.s..-^iJl r t r nn H-.^... 1 .. .1. %  _ m|. ; -. and hli two wins, %  I 1 saw for the I tied the tiist race m which she %  ui style to in. e furlongs. Until of ttWM horses are %  il in Trinidad and have now i iic Carfapoudciiti ahead of Fortum, *" %  l-OSTON, (Bj Mai mchoi : b ut the judiaF The Kingston and St. Andrew the decision to Cuba, a*rrCorporatiun |g planinii^ ., bin called n 'or a pnolo 1** clrtc welcome foi Jamal ,.,; m this jiarUcuUr nw .ation to the c had W* b ir girls made a • t x*M -sweep winning the champion led as a win f v over forty ixiint. i )U t our great *•" who was second. W< | tendon inpf the diSCUl throw in 100 metres and "> two Czech ,„urna„„s on the,, way bacK „, ,, £££ ak^m mn "ft. 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issulis 0/2/field Sweep SUNDAY ADVOCATK PACK F1VK Football Starts Here This Week THE FIELD in the Creole Handicap enters the straight by ihc Drill Hall. .16 IB PRIZE LIST FOR H.T.C SPRING MEET MR. I. O. C. PLRKINS' bay gelding SUintc. Mr. A. P. Cox's ire Lady Belle and Hon'ble J. D. Chandler's bav lillv ch got 12 points as ihc B.T.C. Sprini '??41, l „i he c i a "' s 'i Savannah to give the holders of Q-7888 and E-4361, $12,760.00 each. The prize iist is as follows :— 107 00 •8H 10W mtl to ITOMI-I Ittl HM M Trim Will Not Go ToUnglanci Q 7888 .. llelle rcaa Gun Site April Flowers Silver llullot Bright rlpt September Song Silk Plant Joint Command Roll Tan no Pis. 12 12 12 10 Place 1KI I 2nd and 3rd divide 4th SOB 6th 7th and 8th divide 9th and i 4 other %  %  Amount earn S12.760 00 3.190 on 1,914 0'> %  next March 18. At the Annwil Oenri.il Meetj ..< it %  .It fl.401.-ii as compared with $123.56 at the r .I of won. r elected for 'he curren: I KC. Present. Major \ %  u. M> : 0*C. (linen; 1 ppfl. etarj for the tllfn standard o[ his work during the past season tad i in placing the finances of the %  heilthy posiT; The AfJo mous vote, granted the honorary ium In hi" report mi the working i AMoeiatkm (or '<• %  Mr Coppin. the Seci s1 •t ted: — do* football in 1949 i %  %  high since tho tl The %  U tha KM %  • the Knockoui Competition at Kensington Ov.,1 %  Tins tesullcd In . conald ilghci lotbell, comaccommodation for the sporting public and lastly, hut not the least to be despised, a cash MARCH 12 NO. 110 The Topic of Last Week Al tho fir i* itgn of a cough, ineeie or sniffle, rub chait, bach and hVoal wlh doubleaction Iharmogane MeditJiod Rub Thiv pene'raiive. vjpou-iung omtmnt will give ipaedy reUM-oni Heed Colds Catarrh, Bronchi*! I Bftjail mui ITaananall rh*ck tham al lha atari. You'll My Tharmogane Medicated Rub ii e reel blasting I rHERMIM.EXE MRDN ui mala I leave El Salvador Defeats Curacao GUATEMALA, March 11 El Salvador S. noted Curacao by three goals ;o one In the second gaa i %  El SavodOT led two one at half tun* Krlps scored Curacao'%  :utes iM'fore tin In anothei match Guatemala beat Mexico 2—1 to qualify for the finals Curacao play their last match ban thev meet Guate l ance of SI.337 44 to the credit The team "is scheduled M ,( ln t>edos Amateur PoolDO Sunday for Curacao "all Association It 0 m Bat *.r. •at Of t: IfrtiLie.! TV %  %  rldfi $283.55 I ranvn 9ttc 28ii. Battalion; 6957. April 91 % % %  Corfu, batoan, m, Ability; 6325. U I I SUVM Bullet. icss: 6579. Bowmansion. 3064. Tan^n; Brown Out Roll; 7333, Starry Night: 4834. Maytime. rOOt, Lu i Mark. %  "M7. Tiberias iioice. 05. Chindit. %  Don Arturo %  x glove 2110 (Con.); 5077. Scptembei Song; 3376. T —9865, Apollo; 1833. Minuctlc; 6741. Perserverance: 4132. Southern Cross. H310. Mountbatten. • %  1907, Pepper Wine U —8692. Silk Plant. : i.i tils. i. Joint Command; 9039. Post-script. 009, WV Spiiie; 0001. Slainte. I i. 0781, Blue Streak. were the i narnplona i %  HI ..> tha Knockoui Competition The Park teem ann ably led by Neville Mrriforri. ( .II I Kin Unlucky Iton, It would have been he reiauvo Mexico of tlrst place with thn two teamone draw to Curacao's Uon during the one dereat and on spartan I o u g h i *ill. draw In the last match. Curacao tradltionul tenacltv ; ,nd with noi meet the onl] >od luck have alreadv uut Carlton were their deadliest to Garcia of Mexico won .c cycling road race in tral Ami i V an Games i hours 37 re Tho nVxlcan four-man aquad ">n the tea n contest. and Mi xieai played i 1—3 draw in the Water p.l Iw-n beaten three times. —Reuter 9575. Beacon Bright Wales Wilts "Triple Crown* too far behind them either in tht %  I teen", i undying credit of the Carlton team ruin, having von eifhl l_ Thu *H Ih* canaM %  nwn Robrn H rw. Tueoplr Jual ga\r nuanwitolti .Mi Tl* MIOTM *• *Ml> drnav .1 n*a* aoaiea m \tw *u rketr M>Wrnlour lold Ihu -tors l*rtnce Alice n now,liarr "ilc* * tnr mrnni AnTpUblc try aU Sha. a> tnatiy *linol rhlkben v *i* I.MI • brtoie IMP turned and >aid St I fc i b fi 1 tm*3 rD* poor .*• Rhnsej mih d And iiatti ht in* fnmi iinr \trf>b* l>*Miar thrv r* loyal b*hl,td lr*a**d 1 nui r .adiv No 1 Ihtna* 1 %  TV"w Hot) cwry In'.. p thrt* w* fr*P •rr> .u Ml r 01 A— m liiv Wales now have onlj France to lh.nuJot, anu 1 la Hand aw a rded on goal md drew with Ireland. UMj '-annot oven anth %  i lct< rj ilepnv : \hv championship. Kriilrr. had Gives Op 203 Mile Non-Stop Swim WEISS DEFEATED j d Argeruii a hnU.-RfcP 1 -. AIRES, Mar. II. nnng endurance record 1 icd to tina. i He .1 bring to iw RlUea from Kosario to tier ueinn in Ant-. dnutea The world's longest swim ii Miles from believed to be that performed iVOI IhC MAC reach fu ago by another Argen 1 .r old Pedro Cnndnli AlSwimming in the Parana 70 hours Candioti covered artmmiles. — Beuter. Speedway Rider Dies In South Africa .TOHANNF.NHURG. Mar. II. ar Weaaman, 2? you Hiienos South African SpC* died here to-day following an accident on Monday wb< .main-t tht Britlah tourists in the final unofficial "Vat. .nto the nee dunlin the match ha first fatal acekkml in South African ipojedwa —Renter 303 for ..ii nutating 0 end hut igain such li the game %  ,:,: %  attorn of this division. No'.ie Dame had no appreciable Divi 10 i %  %  % % %  (Oall and it wi no secret I lollowing "heir progro finished the season Ihe Third nlvislgn rnetr promotion to the A word tiigh standard of rirreemg that obtained throughout iiof diagonal centre. y 0) on P*ge 19 Uw I.IM uaaeion i ikr maetenba i %  | rwKiiii> uW 'vn*( uould h* < M \.w w-d h* rM .ittih >ou a i l(t,int it to th* TSP^i-> %  a .p a hill %  w -hit* He* .theart %  a IBM %  : % %  I sponsored by J & R BAKLRIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blendera of J & R RUM ASTHMA MUCUS Loosener* First Day tV'.-t let cou*hlf. >e*eiina, --hofc'nf r.nwkf or Rrwni-hltU or Aathma -uln >our %  !• %  [ and •<••'*/ aajWf 7 '? or "ltn *lthout trflna *it->r.Al % TMi rra-t medlcln* 1* DM M aiarta haliilni nnl'.m liiiinedl-itv I wy; 1. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SLXDAV, MABCH THE BOOK that h set all BriUin talking: .. The Battle far AFRICA How He (aught The Fifth Arm Off Its Balance WOQtjl'I 1 1" • "**** Jusl Received PBtSH STOCKS OF Till: | HOBLICKS UAL'llD Mi: 1 story of the war In tk Pth It wa.' oar* when ti.< manly of minefields, stretching sf an i:nturn back and It.Mala on the coast IO Uir ending halt: *h* **f %  'he Wl "' Hf,'-hem, 40 miles to the south in and the German High Command, aiui party slept in the mhidl. >l take the nunIndian troops mid >l.ppcl i u QaBsaraJ Aucninleck and Genernged at first II -il Ritchie had devised a aeries of %  •,;., boxes" or strongholds, the first at had vlal*ed a fie*1 ..la.the last at Bir Hacheim %  Walking bet* %  %  %  rtfl! in Brli It %  the frontier %  ;ik?r:e-i bread l* and eat fresh, white Rommel had all the odds a, him He was far away In tho General Staff and was therefore, decried mals. Jealous Generals Wired and mined in and prepared for all-round defence, they effect, castles. 'Desperate %  %  hi.*. )n*>* Wh*n nt riirt he found rcund, ru\ ..iamRu ; b.cki um.t th, mm.flcl.l. " Al.rne.n l,n. Al,ndr; ,'fjodl. nd Haldcv. Hit%  food, no water, no petrol, very '" 5 m lK ..mmunition, no way through cm of Rommel's popul.r.:> tie "I •''' %  *• mines for our convov for his part despised all IhrM U n '' ^ Hacheim still holding out and Ir^onht "ildlers." ne jumped preventing our getting supplies rtr.mmel was %  puomted to the ickliowled I ,'nm the south, command of the i i. .Rommel "We were hem* attacked all the I % %  Twotime from the air. In another 24 On March 21 he was told to l %  ,h 'rds of the A id I m I urt we would have had to sur%  vlU ,. nlur, for the re-eon., '"*• nder." £? ".ren!, I Vi officer of the 10th Hussars He Went On %  # Should he have cone on? The derision was Roitimrl*. To a nun of hi. temperament II was Inevitable. He had the Eighth Army on the run. Of course he must go on. The Afrika Korps was exhausted. But to Rommel no soldier was ever too exhausted to fight the last round of a winning battle. Go on they did md at speed ' & iSAt*!J£^£!? C K*JKJ? and he"reued toattortiTOly and deliberately upon personal leadership. He was up to see for himself, in his aircraft, his tank, his armoured car, his volkswagon. or on foot. So far as one man can in modern war, he rontrived "By the evening of May 31 n a really desperate posiOne Glass After the evening meal, at which he drank his one glass of wine. Rommel would turn on the radio. He listened only to the news. Then he would write his dailv letter to his wife. In battle Rommel was at nis test. He was a natural leader, He had. General Bayerlem assures me, just 12 German lankier! On the day after Tobruk was in his hands, Rommel learned by radio from Hitler's headquarters that he was a Field-Marshal, at 49 the youngest in the German Army. That evening he celebrated on tinned pineapple and one small 'ride the whirlwind and din*the storm." Major-General Fuller wrote •o be a prudent pi-n capture...: himself among Indian priitinned pineapple and one small in ra pidity of decision anc JJ^OVOI-VOSAP " %  Rommel's hcadquart$ %  ' f whuk v from the Tobruk velocity of movement the Ger nlSSS htoatoflwailiddOUbt" %  •• %  • > • % %  • ' ; : • %  N.A.A.F.l fc mans completely outolassed their !i LZ* ,n?n a, wirt I of ^mmcl was making desperate After dinner he wrote to hs encmy and mainly because bsm pom a w >i H M *r^t-<„. !" mst-Ad of a^i^fatmif nine the plan with unbeen destroyed -.ttrmpts to capture 150th Brigade £5,= frendlv ew "' Aurhinleck "tmiate i box. The Indian prisoners were I the chance 1nat not un,l! ,nr i*Wta of Fcbdying of thirst and fighting for March 31 nary could he himself overcome the few drops of water that were his own administrative problem* served out to the wounded. They never rVmrael .racked a::d nine days before H. staff were due to receive the plan for examination he had reconquered cv: i he exception of Tobruk. and reached the Egyptian frontier. At Speed The speed with v. I ran Cyrenaica was imp: I even tu profiiyionals. What was much more alarming to us was the vn> I qualltj ut the German at liperionty lasted unU fore El Alamein. In July Rommel put forward a j C-nal Thi* wafl to '.Ii the %  American luppu !( % %  th< usjpl Turkey %  she might IHA.-^ I -iid ho could not understand what Hitler has made me Field-Marshal. I would much rather he had given me one more division Tough led %  u nail had tWO SnceSSpe' .< ,t of his supplies |. iKr ihem, he had slept Tn i-nough troops %  Archer-Shec demanded resume the onVmive. • Rommel and. to his surprise, Non-stop h,m H • Vet on January :i Rom" 'he prisoners could nul IKin. i attacked. Kiven food and water, then ihtmam had no rlital to k -en no more than a large-scale recotiIhem and should send them b.ick The desert war was a young man's war. Rommel was no longer a young man. Thanks to years of ski-ing and mountaineering he rwW*r. physically in h.s prime. ilr had the strength of a horse." said a young German paratroop officer. "I never saw another man like him. No need for food, no need for drink, no need for sleep. He could wear out men 20 and MU! rtssDi in batUe" Once both tn younger. his driver and his spare driver Neither heat nor cold nor hard were kin&i a i ongS ide him and he lying_ affected him._ Evep_ the had t0 drlve tjie truck out himnommel, instead of delegatniK his command to his subordinates, normally took personal command of his armour. . "It was not that the British generals were less able. It was that their education was out date. It was built on the trench warfare of 1914-18, and not on the armoured warfare they were called upon to direct." Rommel was twice dsjfgated when General Auchinleck took uvei in the forward area and gave his orders on the spot. Took risks Inevitably, he took great perblmding sandstorm which reduced all In the desert. Arabs and camels included, to a common he professed to regard as an exaggerated annoyance. nd reiifoi Augurt and 61 %  as not until to the British HIM RomtMl ukl You ftrt the same ration of I Afrika Korji half a cup. "But 1 quite agree thai not go on like this. don't get a convoy I for rnon in two. through tonight I shall have to Rations %  Like thi l .Id. Like them, he had need blttar cold 1941. v had risen to and blinding dust-storms. %  m e'hmg like oke up to spent most cd his days and night.-oDrtanei 1 1 Malta. bum| across the bat%  the men oi ititchie for terms. You can take a letter to him fot ine Hut the capture of 150th Brigade box changed everything What went wrong? VI I hung about too long v. #> Like Napoleon. Rommel could inatch a few minute*' sleep, -ntin.; up In his truck or with his head on a table, and wake completely refreshed. Food he never cared much about. He was quite content to set oil for a day in the desert vMh pack** of sandwiches "or a tin of sardines and a piece of bread. j Once he invited an Italian gentunca. "It was rather awkward," he remarked afterI had only three slices self. "At noon on November 25," said General Bayerlein, "we were al the headquarters of the Afnk. Korps at Gasr-el-Abid. Suddenly Rommel turned to me and said : 'Bayerlein, I would advi get out of 'his I don't like it.' % %  The result was that, b> early 1943. when Rommtr took nut. I I, nil i first I. . pi Mr. i led a 'infortunatel' I Because the not 9 I %  tw how near a %  to compare with those of the %  :>. ol a %  %  •adar I At Tl ii..,. .ninnA , k %  :l *•> anil in IOIIOW ni 5S. 1 '* 0 ..,-."; Th, Eighth An "An hour later the headquarters were unexpectedly attacked and overrun. "The same afternoon we were standing together when he said 'I-el's move a couple of hundre^. yards to a flank : I think we art going to get shelled here.' "One bit of the desert was jus the same as another. But five minutes after we had moved thi %  Mr* falling exactly wheu we had been standing." At the time we believed that tht Afrika Korps was a hand-picked force of volunteers, specially toughened and trained for deseri He insisted on being given the warfare. It was not so. The men were just the run-of-the-mill of the Reichswehr. The young German soldier was strong, willing, and well trained He was disciplined and brave. Physically he was not particularly well suited to the desert. The very young and tht very blond could not stand the heat. On the credit side, the Afi.ka Korps had better weapons, and knew better how to use them. All this admitted, it was Rommel who, by personal taflutnct and force of character, converted it into that tough, fighting force we knew. The Man • wounde-i ncluding 34.0013.S0Q, %  %  I %  wrt V 7. about N had hull Jutw Attack Dog-Fight lltanl ajaa> %  Incessant air fl and suhmatii %  io our completer* revolving turret vuys. OW. lUaa it seemed certain that 1941 wc had not Malta must fall unless we could .ni fields of Western Mark Mis .nd IVs. Cjrrti as a "proper d I insistent ft was fouuht at such speed i staged at the in such confusion of conflicting tarhtet possible moo i %  %  ; ; i*nhig a mile away. ed to launch his attack not later Of the murk, 'han the middle of June: but would emiri k npiirc Rommel attacked first, on V. Ukt lock" Campbell, leading l'h tanks about equal in number quality, \ Genuine* over. eral < i I how : .-31. The Al K ., %  nnuniUon, with plant) ol is mm guns In DOMU tanki bablnd them n • DM thiew in all hi.Bl of which he produn I ispected that • %  %  B> nightfall on .'..: ; | am loured strength Hi B I il i uk and i" the -.. %  ..in on dttert Rumn his armoured truck, soldier's ration. ..ine rations as the troops. The> 4 very good. I ( the reasons wc had i much sickness. i I check, the Mopondenl. "was our ra'.i hM haav) forlcntM whose pluck ( nsjt case of "General \\ 1 mmia t,iiV>t-u" The secret i 0 Rommel was the Afrika Korps. It was he who made them bold, self-eonlldenL and even arrosant In battle. It was he who taught pull the last ounce out of themselves. Pram all account*, he was a hard and difficult man to deal with. He had a rough tongue and >(Hil 1 be brutal. He was Imp He would not see what he did iv t want to see. He would nohave his orders questioned II could not bear to be tol I ,.nv thing was impossible He had a bad habit of over the heads of commanders and giving orders direct to subordinates. Hut all agreed that he wl bravest of the bi ave; and had a i.se in battle. World copyright NEXT vntn Majoi -< Id took io the and holding up 80 i %  For '.. %  I Mow • The disaster* that l) lowed umr a a tUcserhic blow Io tin fUlllall puhi 14Th e Kighth Army could not unourstlvM the battle bad r slipped which were .unusing Adwniure m In lh r "I P"inm'l . %  Clsntral B.i"i*in hi Itff, .n.l General rrnwell, row soutetnir to which ht was mucl The • 1-Ualeb." RommtT's ad not taker, it on June 1. :pS. M Gazala position What he said to a But. %  xanblack bread in a carton I er's nephew" The secret petrol *as' handy, but how we ustd I I nks '" 'he hospital ships. long to capture one of your Hal J London l.w. % %  %  .' Are you interested in Reduced Electricity Rates? Ml V\Uh 7 roil HATES l\ ll(IMI\l t -Hnpare. and M^H (he tnsWnaasstaaJ ol the PetUion at right and mail ur deliver it to the: \,l \ i ri isinu Manager, Barbados Advocate, %  WtlsMtoaj A. I endorse the Petition of The Electric Consumers Assn. of Barbados to His Excellency, The Goventoreuttva Committee. .Vame: Ho 3 PAUATOL COM)' ML.NNSN >">" %  u aoAi' i IARLI0IN BROWNI Wholossale 6 Retail Uruqqltt 136 Rcbuclt St Dial 2813 } %  %  •MEN CAN PREVENT %  MIDDLE-AGE' HAIR WITH ROWLAND'S ACASSAK OH Rowland'* Mi^iur Oil M -i irij—oalrahair imptranoD wih vrr> tprcial %  %  • could r?main popular I'd %  '%  !->ir drctt Mylssf. roosnf comfort for four and b. \\.u**t *P*xSmooth rsdsasj on the rotajhaH (Ot* —and Ihtra'i ;implc ground clearance too' lu easxt. preciiion bull 10 h.p. Fold engine uves petrol and oil, service charaes are at Io* pricey CHARLES MC.ENEARNEY & Co., LTD.



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MARCH 12, 1950 (fectricity Is A Commodity If* H.K. KMYTHIM H.E.M. SUNDAY ADVOt All PAGE SEVEN ni)iu Me (round lor fnunam bmiM Uw same ladj bad initiative M^ eocrfr enouah • On. notable dlflerence i> .h> ? Uto cUon <= %  "•"•' Her %  Trinidad r.teTar?"r. 'lidm. *~* h '*' "— '<* ot ekctrlcit. •It. bj. luch th*££ per ur ?" 2S U "•"""'• *> " ha, I ta monthly oonsumptMn U S^""H*""" ,n "* COMU,u ,UI reached. ThU i aUo a feat !" ^ ^ Ml "•*"* • democraUl •"Taw * %  " comurnp. BG and is ,, !" PN 1 1 on whom "• happens f£ *1U. Power CoJnpame, ,„ !" D i, er ' "* hvUl * moment "•StrP"* 1 "" 1 '' : "' 1 '"" 1 countries. It does no benenfh I to '" **••<. „| March 9th. "SToi ol %  !" ''burner rwt?c^ hit S r w %  """ %  " <>' * • 2-Tthc working 01 14.1s 10 make electric cookm.^,,^ C0Unal "' ,he Chamber of Comfurou..ed by the „ V e. for iniuoc. tTthe rnM^m' ""!£! U re is a '"Uestlon of tr tUe house. In ^'"„ !" m ^ um .; ^rlor moUve .tmin, at the • The Government And AT 31, HE FELT LIKE AM The Corporation If* Sui*ill-irins % %  j* is luruii-.ivu "*. "'" ve. ior instance to the. m***.,. !" V c knerc lf susaesUon of sf*£r ** F oru Mo,or *~ --* %  iSV^ h m o !" u T; siruonT,"* *??*?! %  %  ^_ In the Li. use kercaene for renkln.. k. . luUon ' American machinery a-5,5 -.rs ago their peak should much !" !" ul b "' '<* British Thii is utterly wuh' of the Model T car stove if reliablUt, of sVmcT^nd 0U1 '"""" %  "on ">d I cannot help £ per working day in reasonable cost imtined it viv '"* ""filed that any member JrjM in Detroit, and the „. about 100 unlu month!. *rt 'JS* 1 u u 1 bod wouW %  **• %  *JJ p,r working aay in reasonable cost lustMed it"" wX T"?* • ur P rl **' *£onin Detroit, and the UM about 100 units rnonUu, ana "'kV?" %  U,U,, %  I S!, price -.1 '"' "me In Trinidad that wou i 0 ,".'* „ ""bile utterance to baseless Inremembcr correctly, rate of 3 cents per unit for ^w """"do Surely it would be much There is no doubt ,„„. whlc „ wo| ^ ' cool.k,,^ „ ,„, ch mta r woull . njmifacturar BOW kerosene at 28 cents ner .n„ou ly consider supporting the itrate on producing a In Barbados at Bm £T. ,Sr" movement to have the rates for able car in anything cooking would rostuT ,h~. etoc,^,c "^ investigated, especially ame ouanutj lnst€d ol cent, per unit. or .... ,1' *• "bo !" "ble indicates that "huunous cars In much aouUo lhe n f kerosene ,T ? f" 1 Df commercial lighting is fS.'-ibsrs. the price could cording to our c~„encT i Z' r 1, v l >' en higher than other %  % wi„w $1,000. perhaps lieve 1 am right irTsay.n.' Ih ,t .n ^-L T h "" m turBmM '" ** >. !50 B.G. we should have We amt cWc pla In B.G. are of British .., cent rate for cookinV ,7 i.TEf m k • • %  <• to ">* professional L-, principle iTUMttlt ,, a<| TheprlScL? '",1 %  """" '"' c .houldbeforiarwork> In !h, ( scheduToi?^ ? f,"S"'."" "nte If -e had ome Uke them •^SLS. Plans .i r. not ^ r "**, !" "PpUcation for power A young Canadian sajaall • %  ""SL ,i.„,„„u ol j llcklc "!' or commercial needs ove.n ** "• here to start an inuuir> "SSLue ,i in the S" ."V !" ui !" " consumpl "< "oc^ labour at nu.ter.ab. f* 7STpSducl. To-day it Z !" Z£l'S,Z''T !" so d0 " k^ "'k^"" !" """ '" T Uu; •* i lii in Caiada and no ^ whal "ie rates are for larger i* 0 "bio to obtain a definite S#!"£H Todieve England """f <. I have thereaawrance from the Electric ComEi£ 'ui?r,f electrlcK? Is '""..""'"f! 1 „** • %  !< to P"W that he will be able to have ••iThTmaking rates' as ^^' . u luh 1 ed "• and conabout SO Hi-, lor bis motor, next %  "^• %  ilne wi tht result su !" b1 ^ that I have seo,. June. This seams startling and ^ZZTieare tia-t the ,A u Pl V y >on hundred, namafed eruunes are running t^iacieW "i ucmantl over .,*', d k'*^ ,hWr f1 0 by agaih-'* nln t"' PeUUo u> llu K„." In discussing the Petition with lency. and many have rrfuaed to a 3nd sundry I have met a num•!f n it for wide!) different rrasens er who, while agreeing thorough' ly in principle with its objects, say in effect, but nothing trangi) will come of It. so what's the use 4 ,ir plant • 2,400 K.W *'"" '" *•> different ,,„._ ber , IHJ It was 15,800 or ovei '" .** ''*' """ it might leaa 'X '' igTin ten vears Dni.n ', """J" 11 "'"'". which r-o.e J %  iZnl DM rates dropped ap""'" disapprove more Mraul, wlll_ Hah M per rent '"' sm "" 1* • m >" u "> fact 1 aaauld " "ard to understand this itm>'front M to 35 lier cent " • " reeam ajap, ^j titude and one cannot help wonhner users. In pite of tr "!" 'mplialleally te ike eflect dmn why it is so widespread, hat m writing these article, I l„l M wh--I aa> deiinltet, workln, ag^„.t previou. .k.„ .,= „,. n-tioiialivihaii. !),,„„ ,„ „, ilarbadla rly all items; % %  -" "iese article, i feel ""a whether it is based jni delinttel, worgjn, against previous experience. Bgve many "-' %  onaJisatiMi. !„,„. ,„ mj Barbadians become accustomed to ems' a tSiarkable perr U r '*nalve experience the t"e idea tha' efforts to disturb tin a nd much nearer home ""£' "• create demand for s, atus quo are countered by forces MriiaDS than :m automobile p b '"' "wnerrtip, lu, bKI ,„ too strong for the plain citizen to aiVlMO mileor so away ill "'""> 'oncersss to oanluuie giving cope with'' 1 should not like to TSUIU. United States, even fy" W "J" at relatively high """k this -rue in %  British couti•ItSTprinciple It undoubtr *'"' ".""' ''"a"' the demand for "T_ corrective artiest becomes irreaistThe present effort to have an 'Ma emphnsisc -hat there "*"' T^ 1 'Vtlgation of the e : =i s?-^" F'— =: s tsSjs **?.'-' ,' lhe u estlon that the whole |„,| ot i gl ^ M oiect This is *tel u,l %  I m pppulaMtuation be thoroughly invest,.£.'„ m uc ht p^a, 'h P." !" "'' '' "aek from apouriaBrtcan ma. %  *">'" other hand signing the Pcut.o.1 oecause the, PoSorTwm IOOB ^ o n itwv In kiwer in Barbados. A if the movement to present the who are not scared of boi arson with I t. wou d be Petition had originated with Barlend SttT^Sport to f ^itT 1 buhm nU r th n wiUl A """" thennames to H The more 1 oflow'n 0 '..h?. hi. Ca r C,u di '' n vWU '-e 'earn Tlhe matter, the more _L 'I £ if. !" n 'ympathise with tbu idea in urgent it seems that an investlgaMipiled o try to give a. im nctple. but 1 hope i shall not lion should be held. The expeniC f l S S C 0 J"' %  """" %  be straining my own welcome in ence of the young Canadian -t i rarnamthe i-land if 1 point out that it referred to above, when he asked "aTil"' t" i' C n '" apparently needed this visitor to about 50 HP. needed next June L7* ., ""ae" "' our shores to remind us of the for his now plant does not Inspire J"* 1 J : . % %  this ancient right ol confidence in the outlook. B 4 wkiiK a lose i. inHritlsh peotUs to present such a At the risk of seeming rea !" iigure. tor TrimIvtition to the personal representlundant I feel urged to repeat •on be considered with the '„ of our King, and it would that there is no thought ol treat expansion „I the debe more gracious of all concerned naUonalisatlon behind the request j mind, in order to keep t0 pe willing to admit the fact. I for investigation. ;uid I personally ~T ~~" Would have no onrt. in inv ^ueh grit cooking. tp Mutf Ik, %  ercial lighting .. •^ industry' power .. .liustry, power **•*' power. • v I Bouse, light only %  house, light and apJances, tan house, light cooking, Unlu ...the II Price la I 500 800 1.500 3,000 10.000 111.01 III $ 145 7.75 19.75 30.00 131.25 101.00 337.50 237.50 Prlcr Ihftei In %  anags an 9 3 JO 48.50 248.00 180.00 370.00 None would have no part in any .such scheme, nor in one for .subst%i..in>; IT AimTican nidchinery for The Aral and obvious stfp It in_' qulry to aacertein lhe real fwls 11 of the electric uipply in thii island, -nd In the mranlim.lhe bofeys that are belni paraded | teem strictly Irrelevant, and imputiBf ulterior motives to publlrr spirited people Is to be deplored. The essential facts on which ihe ._ need for Inquiry is based seem nlain, namely the serious shortane ., of electricity that has persisted for the past two or thuI unwilling to join m the controversy relating; to the power cuts of the Barbados Electrac Corporauon unul I was sure that the general Dody of consumers ul I ehftoi -lie slow raw M whi lures to the petition were appended and the small number which have now been added. I am VMOvinced that there .s less demand for blood than was ant by the sponsors of the petition There can be no doubt that therv is bound to be some annoyance o tricity i-uts. The mew in* onvenience and the loss ol earnings would engender Uus feeling but it would appear that the general public realise tn*.t tlu Management of the Company is not solely to blair. v for the present condition of thing?, For this they have not been gjvta adequate credit. That the sponsors of the pej uound to fail. I should be guilty '* a grave unawareness of rvspons.ibihi> U I iiuauseti my opportunu\ te ..uiirtjss the public in these columns merely to defend the Electric Corporation. Ti my intention and I hope fruui What I .shall now say that 1 make this unmistakably clear. My sole effort here is to bring back to this discussion that balance of outlook and proper approach by which it is possible to arrive at a correct decision. .itenon in %  < must be the satisfaction of the general pubUc with liu* -.ervu • rendered by this Corpon return for the support given by .•standard of service imposed on tsW Barbados Electric CorporaUon must lu hi. mands more exacting than m the case of many other segyicsai :lace many of the other services depend on that ol tlte%  %  case with water. Secos. Barbadoat Blectrk ( >rporation is a monopolistic conetri ivtMn othen arc precluded from Mitdenn* -ia,*.ute. then it is the dul company holding that monoply %  1 such servic. out bloraish. lejtce, the Gov. %  liiiiH'iit. b> tnjkOM authmit* .i>ply has been maintained, shares grave responsibility to the community to sec vice Thv Muni irf this %  rgusntnt is to be made to the act which gives the Governor-in-Fxcoutivc tee wide powers \c deal with th' defaulting coiporatioq. The poin*. whuii 1 Meal to inkc and the implied thaigc against the Government is that it failed to demand from the comp:u standard of service as > (.it' in return for monopolistk privileges In the fan' of the acts it cannot be bssU did Its duty. The merits ol examined from 11 I and the end of which is apparently not yet in sight, and the discrepancy in rates betwun Barbados and neighbt felt obliged to makr substantial men* parently make (ui'.iui '.he Directors in England so order. So let us not be influenced by bogeys dar.K us. nor distracted by red herrings urawn across the trail. %  Company was lu tent of its service to ti\ %  %  %  I ..med b> the Govu tUCfa UgOkaeanteX] of tne material; now thai a material Infill e n g ines are not oi sat qualit>. and with the old engines the Corporation is_yj.al % %  ply the demands of the growing number of consumers. A lew con.tve started •e Corporal i upon the Government its power and inquire into the affairs of the Corporation. plain. The petition must (ail because the Gov%  %  made available to the material necessaiy R| del. improved service, thai trie Cor poration was called upei. dy the situation and faileii oi rcfused to do so. and ttsij quiry. or taking ova. 1 i be in the public Insein Than li tap which the petitioners might well take if Ihe) expect ani effective action in future Instead assist the Qeat n vicarious atonement thi have organised a petition assUng rnmant (o make available the dollars necessary for the pui chase of equipment United Stales %  nd poration to laatej such equipmen: by a given tun.' II t -shown Mwne desire i^ do soroathing for ,ng public rather than men punish 'he Corp. A Gov, 11 %  .it %  joUon %  %  %  %  %  i ReuiJ eftMslenged tha mmt 0 %  i I : i from raising its : mill.: do nothing (hi I ation t • a within U ligut. do nuUiing now be. %  pcegdics) fhi buriai three people la %  in-E.\< wliat steps should Dl how ti be to put the Corp.*!.. a position ns would r I % %  Ik th. urreni mu .t come n %  %  mi tha %  by the lx'tition. it mu | %  satisftu i UchJaJ by railing to pel matarl %  %  medy is not punlttve %  %  would askable Iheoi to 11 necessary equi) •he presumption tha juhlic M Thejfl| found the ramasfv to rest YOUTHFUL VIGOUR Tht* young man waa being; prematurely aged by kidney trouble. Ha tslia In hi BOSJ Ki uachea gave htm back bis health alter wtfeks ifpaia "f suffered for weeks from kidney trouble and r*lt Uke an old man although 1 am only 31. If I sloopVd tO do air. waa agon> to straighten up attain. Several people advised I Krub.'hen Sails as they had found them wonderful. I tried them and found me relief from pain, and 1 fait %  my. 1 shall keep on with the dally dose t-ecauae I can now do my May 'a work and not feel any the worse for It," Dnlaea the kidney* ftioctlon properly. Britain nd wastes, instead of being expelled, are allowed to pollute the blood ritream and produce troublesome t-omplain.*--backache. %  Kruacheu la onrt nf the ftnaet >. The Mmall dailj working a no that the hlood al I t tstnlM us KraacbasV ^J LUXURY PERFUMt %  /itf/i/Z/V/// TO YOUR FINGERTIPS ..lun/-* mutif'iini i/ n i/A within your reach always KKIS wttNn nsfetii inte tiny handbag phwl, -'at Expectation. I Gift Slim a.l.) Goya Honlbat Phial I 9 %  II JNO0N • * M. '.o. s. i/i leMaatat Newest bia in Ihe Whllden Vwtl' family! CUTEX Vout baOOal Cafl b( < I 11 \ .. .tin polish thai A Ulti CUTEJ youi co %  H O 11 x is,ao io. %  cau re K Overture desigped to tit ;he young figure perfectly %  I i fifuie .. Inmt o*i h. you %  *.nt 5u; luj cm thin. IP; i .tiwe'. bvtd. thp h j.m think laiidn Fm dta.n ! I'., pfdlj hnB now san .: 'ei.'OM fiyon ulin braftdrioUi. A 6 and C cup sim Tk.ii is i lllutdai 7am in tmr TTH H rumi wire, flex and cables •* My It mi perm loitkvil natural Irani Ihe Mlarl!'* at Tin who j>.i.f lict.tU it Ton! al hoi I You can put your trust in C..E.C. cables, wires and flex. \nd you will find them easy to use, with a type to suit every 10b. Try them—and see for vourself. TNE C'TY GARAGE TRADING CO. I.TCI. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS ftitHllHC IM£ *Jl* UUT',C CO ITD.. 0 IMOJND DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO SAVE!! gea If Mm ,1. iiwUanlfj WISING KOUB IIOMI THE CITY t.AHAt.K WH.I. IX IT K)R . $10 .00 Per Otlllel This quotation covers medium IsM gaa e atM %  *. ;i romplrte job with .... The assjva that afSfJ (hat Three tunplc Steps natural look oe 1 perm al am price bole, MatAw a/-k; elier that i(h* aihi *i.*i'Ji %  %  gsflaattMageaai tipcnuTC perm. And you can hair atoniar -iiicnot | in the ctanifun < ini' CWU Cl" IntrJ t l„.,. S. TK %  turban Hound nut head and da what .ilc the Mavt | -.luiitt .. | I ', irahae.. i-w pu'chaaed i il-43 awnCBSS, PLUGS. LAMJHOI.DKKS :nul SVVTTCTIBOAKU. All materials uf the highest qua^ >. Good Workniunvhiu (itiarunteed. UK llll AT OM I For further details .... %  .;:.cdand easy to '>c yow od etlort, and can be i\c logsj Sikl crvwa. There is a %  ria.nn.ry for every *.n twitch to 4ckt. <,IVI v %  Jiir-rli" ii uutiiru/.luaLiiii: -tasesl b. 25 gssflhaj Asaericaa .< swru! 7r*l' aapanei *.' 1 CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. VICTORIA STREET DIAL 4671 =iS



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SUNDAY. MARCH 12, 1950 Third Judge Agrees To Allow Appeal Parking Regulations Case To Be Retried SUNDAY ADVOCATE Lots anil Incidentals By law Wade ..II*',"!' money talks—it ecr-dollar.. Also criticised u •lid on Tuesday and Wr.: th 1 lieading wa. the estimated u.sd> when a.. Utanu expla'.-.ed that ..-••..on" was not cor' l money was actuallyfor Political Doubts Over Parliament By David TempleII.IIH %  %  •. •rur PONTON (By Mail). .f the Kirn.an w MI'.s gathered toatom; ased AGREEMENT with the order that th. . Doorly case should be returned to the Polcc fitiiEfft re-triai was registered by Sir Clement Malo re-triai was regisierea oy sir Clement Malory. .u.VJ i "'" nouse urantlr. STthe West Indian Court of Appeal whichh.'arH ,r d k Jui V S v jS, ,h *, ,ho Houw hire last month. F1 ^ cn heard ,he case the following mom in at n a.i Sir clement is Chief Justiee ot tnose on ... u. Windward and Leeward | • %  %  • .-"_. %  lm lijands and sat along with Si 1W0-^51 came bi ". \"" abi y The lin.e. of Mr Miller Juat mate t .cue rum on Wednesday. .„ u^v. m?S STne^iwT'; 'l>" in rem.ribVVmiabie a"nd fu.' Same" xLeldav^^oiV .'..? 2^* r .2^_ t ?*."-'SpkSutes adjourned at 2 40 p.m.. earning of Princess Ah, i the House Gramlc. Tliis was hotlj whom the dutv is ,mOpposition — In every cm In which it )' Un "***" i n -ontested by the ly Mr Garner Mr. Garner mmmiMMmmmm^. an Worlo UB Guiana. All Uiree judges found that the appeal should tx 1 allowed. Sir Clement Hiving jud„m. slid:— By section 7 of the Motor Vea j ct e r and Road Traffic Act. 1B37 ql Barbados as amended by scc!, ^ ? ow undCT %  "ew. th,. ?* budget waa described by Mr ii.,entH>:, of the Legislature, a, Adams as a "housekeeping hu. xprcssMm me Act and partlcu M "'' wa. described bv Ml „?„* aln,d T^ Bencral prir.. budam". It was described bv Mr vas stated by Sir A-thur Crawford as a 'mas. of excuses %  a nidgment o th now 11 a "d *> of 'he Department 1117 .[ 150 „ • i-.u.— IN..ai.4 Tfini>n-H ... ,vs und Tronfport Act. 1945 the Director of Highway* and ftarisport lias reen orapowi-n re to make regulal!ondealins with a variety of natters relatinK to vehicles and ntd traffic, and by sub-section (J) of section 7 of th* 1937 Act 1: n ; th-it: 'All Mich mful.il.um. u_. ( Itrlawith be report* d by UK "Director to the Governor ••>• -tut approval .nd sanoUon. and "shall as soon a* potasible there"aiier be submitted for the ap"proval of boin llouaes of Ine "Lefflilalure and if not approved "Hhmll cease to be regulations "from tindate of their dutap"proval. bat the non-approval %  nail not affect anything done "or *uirered under the regulations between their rominx "into force e respondent be. Tore the Police Magistrate. District A' with the uflence of parking .i private motor car in Broad Street, Bndgetown. or. the 7th June. 1848, fee a longer period than was pie Channell IU.u.-.S 0 n nri1 '" >Unlr "l street ,''"* thoroughly unsat sfactorv The question whether provisions in a statute are directory r .imperative has very freguently arisen in this country but it has been said that no general rule can be laid down, and that in every ewohject of the statute looked at.. hadow ol the picket Un er for the next Parliament. But ei i N'ot Ionthe week has '-^en fraught with try £100 %  -o. after much cootj nuniung political doubu. These oppooents are passing thiough d lou^c agreed to -peaceful picketbave not been entirety dispelled time of turbulence. In So U gas bombs, secur: by sfj. Attlee'i Cabinet, though Asia stx divisions—the largest part pfUl? I wonder " list of new Ministers, and of the French Arm* which shuu'd . •' &f rtalD moicaUons from the Conbe defending Western Kurooc -s Itee^n L 1,?"'ES !" & ""'Wl' ?& w W "*" ""mobilised in I e ", Jf. f tln ^iJi l M 1 * 'I P 0 """ 1 observers of what is a fugii th) as compared to $28 500 for the about to happen. caU> I rtaeal year Spook ng on this, The flrjt pomt to note, in the pohtical pattern ,:„„: .*• ov,i,i timely aug. ntw Attlee Cabinet. Is that Mr. Mosoou som' ch A 5 ctstionthai lighter clotbing shouM Aneunn Bevan, NUnister of Health Belgium li on the potal "issued for hot weather pertods has been severely rebuffed. Selftorn a par: Thl su * Hnb chosen Minister of Something as hUng should return What .worthy of fuU cons deraUon The Else. "" Bevan is the ack" proposed $600 for horsea. 524' nowiedged leader of the Labour rent allowance, and the $2,500 f~ r {-eftHe reniaios Minister of It-was described bv other mem'^'i"** *onita aLso came in for Health—not a position of great considerable comment. power or eminence. The second notable feature is the advance of From One Beach To Another ,he P owcr of ""bcrt Morrison. simultaneously the decline in the U discussions of the t Ernest Beviti. the Fora have already been V '' "" %  '"'>' ' 'he -new men" In the Press, so I I iiuenial positions two %  icrely pick ng at odd poinU u '• PnMege 11 sewn of interest. Government ha v ir ' *T b V* h 5 new Food decided that no further mone* u.. n !f ter, l and pn nck Gordonwill !>e spent on emigration %  •T„ w, " r 'he successor to the Combut how does one upkeep or This ,s beyond the fd'ie" continued the former Atinrwh "'""'J'-Uoncral. | would haw i.V.1 """" ke s nd ,rom ""' b c M"aw*lli Erneat Bevln, himP' to another—if there Is money In self. Page 175: thi. ,h at many proposed cxpenditun did not rind favour with th. House generally, and one I" par ticular sticks out in my m n<" How Do You "Maintain A Cot? Under Police estimates the Where the provisions of o statute relate to the performance ol a public duty and the case u such that to hold null and .ol lhl 1>nine Minister, are being opposed to administracome another vesterday, Unem,waite 1 with tense interest. All i'Piled is ploym. | problem that K tat fi Br l0 a 1*"^ "' vftb t)\ I KM \s S| \\^ I'erin.nient MefflOl Sef.uiim:\ Mini; naaa lsiauu In owir, Dot .ii ikLi7 UU field iii. "IMta^ occasion on Sale at the ieadlna StoteS tu .. ,^. .. w uPPneo is pioymeui is a ..<.,! nioblem thai ^""'.s'Mtr io a pcriou or social— *i mm , i %  .... % %  .M.W I. % %  %  ling a ircuuenlly reeuning problem, Harbados must face—and must 'st-sponsored peace in the "class '" road "'"' " uecuiou in the caat ..1 tackle. True, as Mr Adams """ %  -'" There will be no a a "" ,,;.,? "'""-"•-on lU'II l %  .1. there is the prospect I', 00 """' measure of nationalisaHW i mrf*! II PI T A H A M/T ,ub ft,,? ,"" J* ms r '"' l I. but neither that, neither "on. with this small majority In As \Kr( IAI I r A W fl NI F 1 Bridjetown (Parking) Regulations ,_„ IMS, Tbes, regulation, had been ^P?" "* ,0 safeguard Hub made by the Director ol ^''"-V' lhe p ul i"" by S nyi and Transport on the •"""* u regulations to the %  i~""in mat cue the Court the iiroposed beer industry, the ["J -onaervauve side there is an Hao. February, 1948, approved and "PP"v-l and sanction of the Gov"""•<' u Pn to construe the potter, mdustrv. or even work on I", 1 1 0 ". I0 if "" Gove,: Mdioned by the Governor on "'"" be ore 'bey could come inP !" ^ 1510 "' of secuon 8 of the the deep water harbour. Is go'ng P. breathing space. No coal. Be 10th April. 1948, and pub, operation. The legislature fks RegulaUona Act 1172 to satisfactorily solve local un\''" r ,J!' ; ' crtou 'b.racter will „ proposing .... :.. ashed in the Official Gaielte of "eveilheless desired to retain some !" P er "? which are a. fob employment There are too maiiv JS !" ow 22H mn "--di.r Although th. SSfS*" ovl r ,his de| ogato.l low.."Any rule m.de in our."ule ,n loo .m.ll .„ I.IZ r' erl '""e tactician. Incline to |.i.'lc riitnn '^esx4 ha the 12th April, 19 House of Assembly had met at legislation, and has attempted to iu ance of the ue made in p Ur naople la too small an island h .?e,.w ,Z,'"'"< %  ;':' '"" Bret schedule to Government's decision to suspend JZ.\ '", lh h ', y ould •* Dc fbrthw.th n.a .,„,„.. .i-_. ^^ % %  %  wise to force an election until I mtervall of about one week, on J" s ? 10 by Providing that as soon as [ha .Act shall be forthw.th laid .•migration plans is pu>: Ulneen occasions between the !">- arle' 'he Governor s sanebefore both Houses of Parllaof 10th April, 1948, the date when on ha bre ' ven ' hl "•."•"*"} %  '< ParUament be situng, tl regulations were approved and | ons he '" '? •* submitted for or ii not. then within three week. sanetiontd by the Governor and 1 "PP rov1 0[ both Houses of the alter the beginning of the then UK 7th July, 1948, the date when "• %  lulature. Counsel for the renext ensuing session of ParllaUK evidence given before the s P n dent while agreeing tnai the ment; and If any such rule, .hall Magistrate showed that the alleged '""'-'Ions beosme etTecUvc from be dUapproved of by either or should the public i %  ,L r 'ha Tie ,..' 11... riis.p,./ir'D atsnrmiM.. - n ,i .. fortahlo .naifwitu ) M i,,.1.. %  %  %  Storm In The Teapot Should The budget I %  and friends %  will be H linen In tha v ..... Summer As well ft| contain) tat charge on.'the ground "5S ^ P**j* •? 4 •**£* • 'r rtta !" * %  ^5^^ t^lSTZ^S? pS, bu Tnd tZSf\&^Sffi %  tbe approval „f the regulations by not rx^formed the regulations nil,..,, subsequent. In hke manfroth BMBlSafFpocI^^ ?*" both HOUM* of the Legislature was would be deemed to have eeasel ner it seems to me that the IMMI M U. Aiij. %  -approval of them, by fortable majority. Leaving the labour Govenuneni in poasesalon of uneasy power until an oppor^honourable memb ^ P ISTL'Z IgETt ,h "^J'-iH SSSSl heme Uibour ,„ the same scare*' of forcing an atnj I expect, however, that n Imt-headed socialist group will such rule, or '^L^H^aS, bTverv""m'c'ul,' ^"itr'^rt"^ !" K a. shall be disapproved o, shal as member, are p*ld >ltX> n 5 '£V p^lenThl^fo 'L""', it Wait, held month, and meetings are normalfrom washing its dirlv reach of uVso regulatioiis" "huu ^J^S^^^S^X^: !?,^t t, P *^ Umenl wlth *n <" provides JS.840 for the lunchS *lo?Uon burred, there had h<-en no-apnl c^t|d^d, wh>ii zteat deal of month after the same shall Dm ..,,,, lLX1> 1>r „*J m h I ap. been so laid before proval lMure the date nf the Governor's apnot be enforced 7. urov.il < tee Homes uf the LejiiUtureJ iiqiiired by the lubaecUon of the Act quoted above. At the eonclusioti of the case for the comEL !" "i..!: der the regulathat the rules were rjparaUve ab ly but once a week, the cost of pubiic The Sn pUinant the Magistrate dismiss**] u ns mi .* lt ** perpetuated, and if initlo and that the disapproval refreshments suggestion Mr. AUder regarded as to keep up the political ttjtoaioD i ll.l 1 antli'imie. a' anl .^...III.M contention 1 '" — -* ""'""' '"-on tllldlt, and w ,ii V .. 'o a practical test it at once besion of the regulations to ,,,,. The Mind and Cnnleaaiou .1 i Pnjcnption. and as this approval ;" m "v^ ,P ~ n 1 n 0 7 lly *'. ,.i" T !" ? "& P"lble ner (no longer alone as Mr. GodScientist tod not been obtained the regulahere be great uncertainty as to after they have been approveu dard had arrived I highlv indlgThe convicUorr of inn. h. ttn were invalid. From this de'"• <•"" %  when tha ragul ti idltlon subsequent „.„,. He reasoned that member, „„i 0 f t„o S„ n hii,w ,1 -Ion the appellant appeal.,, nr.1 '-'"f ' '''• but genera menand a I that wm auned at . .,„. „ nd lmMnr 2 'ne t me ,,*,„, Sd R o he shouted, ''would begrudge us more than dlinciilt to pene-.; **iere hiappeal wa h "'' %  ul "'' %  m< of its right to "disoppi*nd then to the Chief Justice of "-operative because they had not provisions m n |] .,„• lh %  rognitton of little food wo put m Barbados sitting in the Couit of •**" submitted to the lcgislatunstatod In an unusuai and s^mestomachs to keep our I &ror. The Chief Justice dismisx] or Derpctuation ; "hey^wil Ice aso what f !" ^iMn*iii.. Ins ixtint, but he much suoport Wh;it b An Incidental? tical "confession" was substantiai>it.ui iidii-s.s|ii|i ivdl gnilrgaTMl httie opportunity to peruM ,,. „„,., „, ht r rl> „ „, %  lfkaHappeal, and the appellant '' aigued. (Il if in my opinion the language tued "M now come to this Court There tuey are not submitted to lluI.-JUibOWl that the Intention at the Bnoquetlon that the reeulntion. islature "as soon as possible" after U-gislature wa. that the regula%  .'-.. intr i irlraa the nuthorltv f 'he Governor's sanction has been tions having been made in the whom lhe power of makine then' ontanicd and (2) if, having been manner already indicated, should as delegated, and tha, %  n as poMible." reman In force until some fame eflactj date of resolution of approval is moved formal step was taken by the Hwir approval by the Governor; and rejected by the Legislature Legislature to disa; "only qucsti, %  •ration It Is clear thai the member, of tha The prescribed step takes the 'he 11150—51 i '! theni, Certainly Pue'iU had no helher or not the* had ceased -ublic have no control whatever form of a positive resolution of but I did not:..tot S peet for any law made bv any be effective ,,-. n„. dale when "' r 'he Person responsible for approval and if it is defeated, it 'hat was very familiar. It Is ingovernment for lhe guarding nf > all*;*,! offence was committed submitting the regulations for lhe i. m effect a negative resolution variably included in all I He. w8| a|M j is |(u approval of the Legislature, and it of disapproval. There is authorit] whether political or commerc al— supreme example of the %  cannot he doubted that great pubfor holding that no legal meanso much for incidentals' What is n g UllaUartual without lie inconvenience and injustice i„, can. in circumnance like on incidental 1 Is it tha rod ..f lov.-.lt. %  y country In tin -aded thr."i,^Vr."i,'.-"."7" L'. would result, partloul.rly when those in the present case, be the cat's milk or a near mop [or world He was the perfe Wtions hefro, ",ll tLlSLulS. ^8"^ Is had to the gre. vane y „,,.,„ 0 hc >lfM( O xpi,^.on Ibe acniMM ethlng thai le, t f„r .he app..,l „f international loraDnr.iv.1, 1 ,. f lhe Lcs "nature of matters which are dealt with In %  ,, goon u pouible'". but whatJu.t M-or nniuiusni Ills, i •aiiion^ior .hiST 0v ."i. Wa fi a e ,h0 re "r"'on'. if thai l, „, meaning it only for what jus' isn't? Is it with Brltal. %  of aaniti Z.lu.i T. f ^ ., neglects Ml 9 so doing rorms „,„ of ln d lrcclorv pr thing I could get ; foi providing him lariilalure ii %  , l,ccoum Bv '"' 'enden-d the regidations invalid, vuions referred to and cone else gets" Ul .. Hut this gratitude imb iBwhich „"" i', W *f.iP 01 "i"'1 '; Mnreavei. it inliot promote the consequences follow from neglect lead of Legal Dcpartn,. ,. t„ raattei hi il imoori,,,.. ^,!ii iT .1 i man ifno I,,, ., ...aiinot Is the not to lie >.. I Ita. %  ,.,,, "ilfr.^i iT i declare to ilation. i ,,!„., „f invalldatraa UM* dowi few rrlanda; In lhe Ion.. tclved in II "a !" '""!" 'nvnVOI ill I Yl in, x,.,, I .U.H. II I'CII„MI,.0.. nterior movement, of such %  By banding over to Soviet gents the key secret, of atoi isaion Dr. Fuchs made possible to havi 'he explosion of lhe Russian lhe~ original pr Atomic botab ai aarb is A, 1949. No doubt he was conteiou. in I Like m. nalorlty „r lh. „.,.,„lmlvTme„ N |m. l ''ui l ,.r]v ""' %  worth > highest type. RECORDS l\ MI DM IMS \\M\I. tm UM. SEVENTH l M : 1 1PRI 88 i UM i it in i in: i nitiM i i II HI -.s :il \l. II \n \ HI ~i HA] III.'. III! -HI II -I p.i.i I III Ul nil l in i i -' of the latest \ an In, Monroe l.lrnn Miller I ..nun. I DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. An Omission I the appellant it wa. con1 %  by the Assistant Couri 1 ml"ion of the rcaul.tien. 0 AppM itmuU ^ annelid. Jbcr iiie-'tovSr'; %  "WbHou^i IS the iTui'.tu,. "'" %  "" '"""'' %  ml, d ' *• M' !" "•** %  "*-'% %  ' dl approval, as soon "possible after they %  wed the Governor', approval, ai ""•" .' lory or imperative I' Courta cannot queatlon th) Sje peovlaloni arc imperativo of the regulations on th. J* to earrv them out will • •that the. JJ_ m 'In regul.tloi %  helna re-'have not been compiled with TTe •fed wholly Invalid; it tin. are i.medy for this non-ol •jetory no luch q'uence must be by action of the I %  •Its and the provisions are and not bj • Jujl.i%  •auM M "mere In.trucllons for ary Th. "at on ot • tuldance and government ol lb made by the Court of keep of police cots! I ofte Msh mat la eacuge In lh. and determine according to law If a. I hold, these privisions H.ving regard to i the stances there will he no *o the cost, of the appeal. amarlna and Mr. Fuchs for which he is nov arvli | the ilm un • land i.l15 years Hut Mr. I'uchs opit,.tbougn i., d iiersonalues n amali. I think most memberf "^ oaajot pnblaat or out %  would like t,i at m t han 11 on win i for new instruments. Cap! Ral-Jfthe l<'t> Of 0UI (Sgd | CLDaBNT HALONE, Cluel J Windward Islands an,. lain:%in-s3ir * •"> %  %  "•• son and hb> men ande4hg %  imJ job. and are a major l ver they phi. J buy much in the nuaical instt rneiit line IM v | ment see M to incn-ainn will havc| high publ.c support. X ullt Uolltl. il. i And in the Kremlin? no sense in ha [ad that !tMt> .tntl 1950 ;ir 'rtiMding loma 'tartlmg hiusnphl 'or the thirteen chief Corr 3*VL WktL lEKTEX CELLULAR u -IShort '.. ,u lo 40 %  ; SI 98 02 2G \l nil \ i I l.l.l I \l; HKAU M;$2. Iii \FltTIX ( (l>lltis MIIINi link drawers < S3 86 i t-i. i\ii c in ins Mill.: IK M -1and trunk drawer. %  :• II I KM ill l Ml PTJAMAI la 44 le, suit $3.74 Ml IKOI'OLE PTJAM iPer suit $7 48 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. Hi. II. 12 i 13 iiru.ui Strtwl ALWAYS REMEMBER YOIH IS YOIH IO.XUDE.WIXI. I lilt \ It . %  J "Oploy a .Ufl of Trained, and Qualified DruajijUi to ^" you that confidence you desire and we enenan ,n's conlldence in us. For he reallae. that niung •^• %  enpuon I. next ImporUnca to writing it. Send u. your ''V'*''//'eVy*V.V/V*'//*V^AV//// / 'AV*V///. KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES FOR PI IMNPAIU 1 R| SCRIP! I.ON SERVICE The beautiful jewelry at vour Jewellers will please. Always something new and attractive, and at the very lowesi price. • GOLD and SILVER ll\M i.HV • COSTUMK JKWKI.RV • BLTTKRFLYWING JKWKLRY Y. DE LIMA & CO., LTD: Your Jeweller. L 20 BROAD ST — PHONE 4644 > ie>a8oeoei i ceoaaeococ ti x -yx^sv^^^^v-xv^ay^* l eVVVWeV>; I YIHtHOItYS tULAM TO III tit LIGHT & POWER INS.'AL WE HAVE SKIMMED POWDERED MILK SELLING AT 43c. per lb. PERKINS & CO., LID. Roebuck Street, — Dial ?,072 & I i oa)oii uuuuuuuaub Bi|^ TROUBLE FREE "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 7S K..W. DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS 1 B.W. %  -W. „ lt.$ R.VV. %  • K.W. a K.W. ; All reaaplete with Swltchaaaraa aad AataanaUe V.ltagr %  agalalen. BTI I1ANGE Of SPARK PARTS IN STOCK I A Paly rirsr HMIIIMHIS FIH xnnr I.IH. IVhMe Park Read Ilia



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PAGE EIGHT SUNDAY ADVOCATE .JI^MABC BOTTOSJ0ADVO(;ATE h* IV AtmiM Co ".M H M*Md IK. IrMfMoai Sunday, March I?. 1950 I nifiraiioii ALL discussions vt Federation usually result in an argument PI to whether Federation should be attempted beforis a greater degree of uniformity in the Caribbean Region, It is therefore fortunate that the Report of the Commission on the Unification of the Public Services in the British Caribbean Area should have been published simultaneously with that of the S.C.A.C. The S.C.A.C. do not feel that unificati >n of services is an Nimtii] steplo Federation, but consider that Federation and Unifiestion could be contemporaneous. Thrrmt winch would m to In dealing with i Service, the Conn. stress on the : Universit) i I the service at sal it* to their qualifications The W( has produce: niiUsof whom Sn Alan Hums end the i its Sir \ to mind They do not hov ility that the Administrative I : draw its memben also trom the The Definition ol the Admi. one in which the duties concerned sre those "concerned in the foundation of Policy with the co-ordinati >n find t of Government machm\ (ministration and co trol of the departments of the Pdb lie Service and it is only Whan dn this definition that they n .,( th" Administrative Class. Thus the Postal Service also scheduled toi i deal) witfi | formed are more in the nature of Executive than Administrative TheComna mission, and in dealing with the con of service they have come to the conclusion that a system of uniform grading of post" and of common basic salaries Is neither practicable nor indispensable to the unification of any Public Service, They dour clever political Jitcuuioiu c gentleman in a duel .' Weil, hcrt h ij." Londm Bxpreu Scrv Sifliui* On The Fence in an advnrllssinnui a young man has offered his %  part-time butler and valet." SHOULD any Government ever be fool i-nmiKh to ennoble vour Uncle Nut this young man would be useful for rehearsals before meeting the genuine, terrifying butlers usually employed by per' rank. I shall need tea at eight. JenYes, my lord. You can then prepare my bath and lay out my old tweed jacket Moth'i Relish and remove the creases from my grey flannel trousers. Elephant's Legs. Ye*, mil lotdi Yo U % %  ... then gt Lottie the be a substantial meal btcaua friends usually come In to ihsre it l lord. The food must be hist the rigid re. If it's too hot ihsll Really, my lord? you will tlnd it difficult lo cook with Lottie on your shoulder and her Mend 1U letjs But used to it, I trust. < o I frij.tr *o. my • >ni. r\$m m$ you ran dual my work room BM stop Lottie out <>f ilh a ping I*OHK ball or a toy mouse. A toy mouse, mj/ lord A toy mouse. Jenkins. You will find plenty of them m the house. Tic one to the end ol md run about the kitchen with it. It's quite fun somatiiTie^. Thank you, my loraT lunch for the family, including Lottie. "iild have hei avoid smash and grab table. lord. After lunch you c.in Qubbtni with the washing; up. the house. N %  %  I %  toy out my clol IS lord. \ %  •vening off If you dont know I -hall be In the fou. my lord. Kissinu iialo :i rural .ire to be asked by II f N.tlli.iiii* I lallblllll^ parish councils about local rights ol way and the of old stiles and kissinu gates to help the Ministry of Town sod Country Planning in a Survey of the countryside under the National Parks Act. YOU mentioned a kissing gate in the village, Mr. Garbage. Where exactly was it situated'* That mas uihcre tquvirr's •jrandfathcr used ti> u-air it>r blacksmith's <(-." Never mind ab.nitho gnt*dfatbr, Mr Oarbage I irate* 1 •%  r soung •i-uij •• pouvrtn on 'he girls as they passed. Couldn't tea 'emalc ouJdJn't, Ws lire asking you about the gale, Mr. Garbage. >Ud MM UMTa fi praper floi-bolnoight. too, Hlack air she ad and black eyes as bold as you make asm. VV ailtis r,-rkoned it was as macs tr fault as his'n. It would help us all so much if you would keep to the point, Mr i Cubage. Tliouufi O. m titey should'd ftOIUNl er ihum tfU vUtur. Specially on Chrittmei Cni uith the snoui a-falllv thick an last and QrmdfWitt port an sherry teoine n (he big ouse. That nor ,I against than sinnln, Oi It you can hear me, Mr, ci.ir.'ig ubuut the site of the old kissing gate. When she oofM back u-Mi a attlg utri. tha Uvfti rpitthi hnaoc of iru. a ti'Oa n-rara "li/kmuid |] y a rn.. were stoned roiohtty. All right. That will She on am .• rwined aitooathar. AH on i .I retty a$ ptetaira, %  iurler to MM bolitc. Will somebody show Mr. Gar.4 nd Oi dor.'i reckon his grandsons any better. Three of the <; ouse e's %  ad Bui all looked arlef by Hi II I names. Oi could. There's the ron/mai'i di. Mr. Garbage. I < llli|th< %  The llances of Elizabeth Taylur. 18-year-old Londonborn autcass, lava aJJ ben tall, dark. American. The llrst paiied his hair on the right. The engagement lasted a year. The second parted his hair on tha left. The engagement lasted three months. The third has no parting. The wedding is planned for May 6."—From tha National Funn^ Afomina Newspaper. I AM glad the election is over to I ean give this matter my full I'ntion. Ii ibjug the intelligent reader will notice about this astounding piece of information ia that Elizabeth Taylor, like most Id girls, appears to prefer tall, dark men to, let us say, short, fair men or gingerheaded dwarfs* The next point to be noted is that, while she could endure dark hair parted on the right for whole year, she could not endure dark hair parted on the left for nan three months. <> Why has she now decided to marry a tail dark man with no sill A probable explanation is this. As lew women know left from right she might have said to No. I:— 'One of the reasons I like you "ii is that you part your hair on the left is that so? Well it lust happens that I part my hair on the right*' "Are you trying to tell me I don't know my left from my right?" am." "Well, of course, if you're going .to a tool." Nobody's calling you a fool, but I ought to know which tide my hair's parted." I that's the way it is" "OK If that's the way It Is." Ins this went on for a year, she then met No. 2 and said: oh, I'm so glad you part vour hair on the right. I caul bear .' mi the left." And when lie said. Is that so? ecus I do i ail my hair i'ii the left," she maj have thought. "Oh. hell, 'iw I came in," and derided U) niai r a tall, dark man with n and no arguments. I | YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUN The Best in Town at -l.i.n a Bolt* Blended by StanSfeW SfOll & ft I Ol It III \III IIS VtVi ll.il.sli Ships Find II Very Hard To Make a Profit SIK — We -till ,. | it Is certain that DH tatarasted m Uu (oUowlna i from the Tunsa last m %  p.ng meeting w*s that .ployment of shipping is becoming more diftta, as so %  to uiacriminatury | i view to shipping and shipbuil.n:. Guy Ropner, the :. I of the QuBttbsr, di uriti.h sbl| | own on lavel I over and, no doubt, caul stand a little b an limits to the ha can LMany rif them Sao I. (TK-an vaae* I It, but it has unBut the more ... %  %  !.aided SI best .. there are cases in which tin %  %  sasal feelings el %  ment could not a] %  % %  %  %  I %  *' tradsnaj *t* %  InpcWw has a Bsdusbry BQUlpi %  for those reconuiu'nto be suppoi 'i bid) is representative ..eapool Ste.t: \ i as well as of i ; nig and ship..". ol the bodies to warn %  %  Ith arhkfa the resoluImartty matters hadoarlmtnatton and tupowners to ith respect an' Hi/eh Tymr tdvaeaaa. and indecent, live young a In dancing attitude holding high their s*1it> in order lo display naked the lower ha persons, practically up t presented a* an em i for an entertainment to b aented and celled H. a sorry to see the AdvocaUa giving Its powerful support 10 such an exhibi-. as I think, unnecessary and rious fiidecciu-y. and I beg U %  register at least one protest. It may be that CaxUj did i I reflect nifflciently upon the matt fore passing the picture '. is the purpose an attaching to such an item'" !* it not that it is pret:-. believed to be a drawing and fill the cash b and doe it not ahem hev %  rroan the irtiBSaji couple is exceedingly disappointing. To take a more ejani I itavc oftcit an %  .'.m thou pan .. Dsora of .' %  Mother Eve, and th< %  usv' they can of "Agfa the extravagant seclusion of the v omen in Mohammedan lands. The uy a wise and experiences ob affairs some years ago is too repellent for publication, but 1 do not know of any other except and that It is %  OS coined steps in the same unhealthy have to be continual^ and offered. FRANCIS GODSON March 10, 1950. To The Editor. Tnc Advocate, SIR,—1 would like you to p'ub lihh the following lines as ai appreciation of the visit of H H H to Barbados. %  i Mirrty .. kavaty DJ %  Aii did a viul M)' I>>M nnoi\ Tot Lo>.. %  .,, Crown A n>hm> u llM boMtful ritim Thirr n U ndnd VMK at Brm.1. r al| n IHI nevei d.i %  -in*!* Knur J> " • %  nw b>na B. crow „„. 11^^,^, U Sr-JBaMSSTM?-" To Our Planter Fried Who need a Good Helmet for all Weather. "CHRISTYS ARE ONCE AGAIN ON THE MARKET SF.CURE YOURS FROM DA COSTA & CO.. LTD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT tr WAS x^fM 1^ ^'B' *•-• MMlvr It.ru^,,, f.t k c „ f|tf %  > In E.AB SiMPLY 1/ J A ^ LOYALTY REAFFIRMED AND SO WE TOO WERE ALSO GI EXTEND A VERY HOSPTAF' TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PWC ALICE AND THE EARL OF J. N. GODDARD & ><' N> ^ : Utnint of th* (•"">"GODDARDS GOLD BRAIO HI"



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PAGE TEN -.1 M>\V \l>\oc ATE Football Starts Here This Week Pound Cut Ups Price O/Petrol 0 tram pate S THE increase in Lbe price of the senior games ..: (aaolenc is due U devaluation uf K. r vision and the pound sterling, Mr. •/ %  nun hn rar> ot their diligent secKnigm, of the Gasolene Departreury Una Byer reflects 'he ment of Messrs. Da Costa and Co in ihe Baibados told the Advocate yesterday. Referees' Association. Mr. Knight said that the price I.1.9I tout nnt least thanks are had actually been increased sine* ent Mr E. K last year when existing stock* had who unoalentaUcnBlr been consumed subsequent to dedid imieti to encourage and help valuation Government had until i work of the March 9 p.*! a subsidy to the Association. reaenl Ihe Wast Indies in .•150 crickei tour of England j. to no y*, jmow,, whether the also Hcrided at Ihe 5ix ^n), Increase in the price meetmj. lo accept an application of -^oi wi ii mean an increase for the 400 Sign Petition WELL over 400 perscn-now signed Ihe Electric Consumer Associations Petition, the Adveeatr learnt yesterday. f.f the*e 3M signed at the AdDepartment or i h • Advocate, while at three other business places from which information could be secured yesterday about (he signing, the total reached 11. These were; Harrison's 29, The Ideal Store 45 and Club Morgan 42. Information from the Union Club was that no one has yet signed the Petition there. The Petition was first presented to the public on March 1. New Hostel For Colonial 12 Films To Students Near Harrods Be Produced In Jamaica SrXDAY, M. A R { „ ,, W KINGSTON. Jca. (By Mail). Robert B. dimming. President Of, Kingswood Films Inc of Chicago. U.S A., who have a monopoly franchise for making, moving Utivi "-m from y bu fjreSi he Adveeate .. Friendly JtoUHjU „ w Q |he Barbados Bus Owners* Cart AndCar Collide: Mule Wounded The left shaft and right iron stay of a cart wav broken, the front fender of a car damaged and a mule wounded over its left eye, when an accident occurred on Black Rock Road at about 3.55 rn on Friday The accident involved motor car M-2112. owned by C. Thompson nf Reed Street and driven by Blade Ready of the St LawrenoO Hotel, and a mule dr/wn cart. owned by Victor Bedford of Upper Hank Hall and driven bv Samuel UvtfM >f Black Rock Club* of the Barbados Friendly y '.-Mi lo compete in the Knoekoul < mpetiUon this %  Articles W orth >mil Mining Association and Eckstein Brotherofficial information as to what the Increases in the price of petrol ens] the three cents addition lo 1. e price of kerosene will mean in the general cost of living was nol available yesterday either. For sometime now. some bus concessionaires have been urging an increase In bus fares on the ound that they had increase.! f bus workers. TliL lov ot a quantity of articles valued $100 was reported ne wages tts4 Oi :>u:U< atreet that me articles were The Manager of the Barbados removed irom his fruit shop at x ax cab Co. sale 1 ne was almost the same add* MX) sure that taxi rates would have tc p.m. on Tuesday and BOO a.m | ,sed. although it wouH not happen tomorrow He addc that he would go Inlo the matter Rice Comes From B.G. Two thousand five hundred bags of rice arrived from British Guiana yesterday The "Timothy A. H. Van Sluytman brought 1.000 bags and the "Frances W. Smith" 1,500 The "Timothy A. H. Van Sluytman" also brought 120 tons of nre. w.tod. 45 cases of matches and 800 I igs of charcoal. Lebanese Minister Wednesday £689,000 for Water Work Machinery iHaibiaex vilt ( ntHNXfiili KINGSTON The Water Commission is placing orders abroad for machinery to carry out various projects, following the settlement of the £689,000 loan terms. Some machinery essential for Ihe Ginger River scheme and west Kingston development water works will lake about eighteen months to reach here. The Commission is however going ahead with preliminary I Work is proceeding on the W.I University water supply project A pump house is being erected on the site and work on a service reservoir Is about to In full charge of the Corporate Area the People's National Party elected their Mayor and DeputyMayor .'it their meeting yesterday The Mayor is Councillor Willi.im Seivright. JP. who has held the high office before and the Deputv Wills O Isaacs, M.H R., the extreme radicalist of the Party. Labour members present at the meeting voted for Mr Seivright but !" Madame Leon (Labour) the only Hans Cres cent Hostel is o pened woman member of the House of Representatives, declined to vote for Isaacs as did the CustOf of St. Andrew, Hon George Seymeur. O.B.E After being absent from Council meetings for several vears. the Custos of Kingston, Sir Noel Livingston was present at the election because, of the mandamus Barbados Advocate Correspondent LONDON, March. Council have this week announced their latest svh,etr. for .mpruvmg accommodation for colonial try. They tiave acquired a large hotel jn south-west London which they are turning into a hostel to be opened in the early autumn. It will have accommoda^ tion for 2il m?n students, 151 in tingle rooms and sixty in pictures in Jamaica, announced yesterday that an agreement had Hans Crescent Hostel, near been reached for his company to Harrods. is to be opened because make twelve motion pictures for the three existing hostels which distribution by Eagle-Lion Inc. %  he British Council took over largest U.S independent film %  rom the Colonial Office it< th* di tributor. All twelve Alms will beginning of the year "cannot be produced in Jamaica under provide accommodation and caterthe new Kingswood International ing facilities of the improved s*ii m Financing formula, standard which the Council is inMr. Cummin*, while giving no troducing." details as to stones, producers It has also been announced this or stars, said production of the week that the hostel in Winpole lirtt ft\ m would begin about.April I Street, one of the three referred Y to. is being closed as soon as possible. About twenty students, mostly Nigerians, are living then at the present and they have been offered alternative %  ocflBBsnodaUon at the Balmoral Hostel or ,n private lodgings which will j* lound for them by th* Council. The students were informed lWmttm4m ^.^^ essasssjassstM %  OsM time ago that the hostel KINGSTON, March 8 would be closed and many nave Tne SuIar Manufacturers Aase.i I ready left. iiation of Jamaica is pressing the When the students from wim^1^ Ministry of Food for more [K.le Street have been satisfacships to Lake sugar from the istorily settled elsewhere, tne iand ghips w(]l ^ nee ded becouncil will proceed with the lween now ^^ j^y m Vi ,. w ol .losing of Uie other two hostels the storage position. at Hailam Street and Collingham Comparatively small tonnage is Gardens. Similar warning is bebeing shipped to Canada out of ing given to the students living the total of 130,000 tons which the there at the moment, and they British Ministry is reserving to will also be offered alternative mce1 possible Canadian requlrecommodation until the new menta. Most of the sugar estates are now turning out the current crop. Jamaica Wants More Ships For Sugar fiaMJ/t Rirh. line loharrt and — ihe -rh-tip lor eleaner Nnokiag STtD FROM LONDON.^ENG LAt^ %  f. ton,*. 110 T Jamaica Bananas Face Seriou9 Losse* Police Adviser Leaves Jamaica iij. r...d„. VJVL-.U Crr*pondrBii KINGSTON. March 8. Mr. W. Johnson, Police Adviser to the Secretary of State for the CLARK t o! H i, ^ rl a riving as removed : tiop at Clark. %  tatad Bi in the course of next week befo Heflnitat The increase which he anticlpatt w tl b %  "fnall one. ho* d Housewives who do most "f ., cuokin, bv kerewn, oil •I rton-lto jun ud w.,n h,, h( „ pin | 0 „ .. %  Vnnbers <>f the public who travel by taxi or i opinion with regar in gasolene BirklilM Ad*oU tir*.pondnti KINGSTON. March 8 Jamaica bananas, which are earning an unfavourable name on Invited To Spain ;J^SH!^ h ,^ FSZ^SXfVZ SS S*S^ ,*m*.*0.M grown in Sierra Leone. The British Ministry of Food has signed a one year experimental banana contract with Sierra I 7 30 p.r Tlft QB l ^i qu:iitiity of arUcles %  .; .. -.-. J..m*. tt' stated thai his resi. lween 9*9 Friday BEIRUT. Itaroh II I %  I Inlip Teclu who left here b. kr today fur Brazil, has beby General Franco to visit Spain i II nis return trip ki taking deci.... i.l Khury to the Brasillan President. General Enric i %  Argentina —Reuter ri. and which %  member of the Council -hould bpresent. Sir Noel, who in a lawyer pointed out that under member who failed to attend th'. 1 meetings could ic praaa the Colonial Office, London, who have been on an investigation tour of the police force-; in the B.W.I.. have left for Nassau and will later proceed to Bermuda before reLconc, which opens up the possir ipnin .„ i on ar,n bil.ty of substantial future sup,ur r n J n "S2S?" BICYCLE DAMAGED %  %  :.: oagui • .• %  n* i a • Broad Stieet. nei halted rish Arrives era*, at .nto CaiInvolved in tl i Helgradr of s.:lted fleh from Newfoundland Weakes of Goodland am •ol Brown of River Road, and on the market vet %  White as the! the bicycle, which li owned by quantity of this aquatic food wa-lMcDonald Nurte of fit Stephen'*. going b< i %  Roe* Overs!. |it >V ith 7 I \larm Cloek.i, 12 A man who overslept aiui his plane here felt abnormally eba tii.ned about It Hi W an alarm clock halcsman in fact." he shtepisnly told airUn a officials. "I wa> sk with 74 alarm clocks in a VOUpM of cases right under my beti Sail Fish Importers Fare Competition KING8TOM M irS 8 Annouiir>-r thai until further notice, an f.M u / %  erned t although Hi. %  Owing to the fact that taM ilsli which one | lew aId Bg4 'i to 1 6 per lb %  % %  >• %  a **..".i* ttsfssjasssttatj KINGSTON. March 8. Vomiting sicklies* continue^ to reap its grim tuil. New agsMI iDcl deaths are reported every day and the demand is growing that experts from UNO should be asked to come here to determine the nature of this strange killer— i n return here from her present which only kills during the winter [afisn lour The ship wll months and then mostly children. 1 main in Jamaica for three days Deaths this year have itone over cfore proceeding to England 100 already SERVICE AT IT'S BEST! "VaiSlidll AlServiei from AtoZ wassevsff asmo* your VMUSMII car snay require —a %  dsst sou would rather leave to rcptrt hsncli, ot %  major isai •psoa* equipment —TOO may witty oilimi ike work (• L |L VauzWl sfjouslirii, we kotn> VaosaaH imt eml tbeu atma nsss Msir—Aioz. ROBERT THOM LTD. COURTESY GARAGE ^ffOT SENUINE PARTS All pert, fold and Mwd by u. we twSn by Vsswi Kninecri, to ihe un pMtivlwn U ISOM gtiswfe I tilled lo the vehicle. Nv nlher pwt* mil | Mine -ood wrvicc— and ih. |>IKW t* n C. F. Harrison A Co.. (Bdos.) Ltd. Have pleasure in Announcing that they have been appointed SOLI: LOCAL mvriiiRirroiis OF T1IK WiiHI.I) FAMOUS ; CYCLES For 70 years HUMBER" Cycles have maintained their Reputation for QUALITY and SERVICE and have been ahead oi all other makes in DESIGN. MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. The Accumulated Experience Gained by Generations of Expert Cycle Craftsmen is Reflected in the Fine Models now being produced and so highly is the HUMBER esteemed that it is privileged and Honoured to cany the ROYAL WARRANT. PROUDLY AND JUSTLY THE MANUFACTURERS OF HUMBER" CYCLES CLAIM THAT THEIRS IS THE ARISTOCRAT OF A'-L CYCLES. We Have Just Received . GENTS' GREEN MODELS (22 and 24 Inch FRAMES) Complete with 3 Speed Gear. Lighting Set, Pump. Bell. Tool Bag & Tools, Cycle Lock, Yellow Duster, Lubricating Oil. Etc. Thv II HI lil \ I iitf-i 1 ffrhFully I i/it if /JIII untl Kva*n For Ih,II„M,I ONLY $77.49 %  BV* Full Range of Other Sizet and Models Expected Shortly HARRISON S !" HWMBERS W' ^^F-. W < —''VSw i.' T* WITH THIS NEW MULTI-PURPOSE LUBRICANT m To MAKf YOUR Shellubf.toliO" |0b M itr, mot* cfficienl and mO't lOlii'MIM J lo your 00110016-. Shell hot d>"'loeW on oil-new. mult'-ourpose greose to M %  known os Shell Relino A. Thil tingle I motlioble lirhlum-boie greow ;l1 '>** j cole wheel beorfngn gniveriol ioinB, t' woier pumpi and chowlt alike—w %  | brlconr doing, ihe wotk 'hal ptoion* I leqwired lour W Agents-DA COSTA & CO.. LTD Sub-Agents-BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD



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tf, MARCH 12. 1 950 SUNDAY ADVOCATE I' U.I BARBADOS AND THE ROYAL VISITORS Above at right. Hei Royal Highness Princess Alice and .he Rt. hon. the Earl ol Athlone, greet guests as they arrive at the Evening Reception at Government House on Thursday. Abcvo at left :s the Too at the Garden Party held at Government House in honour ol H.R.ri. Princess Alice and the Rt. Hon. the Earl ol Athlone. Included in the group are Hon. G. D. 1.. Pile M L.C.. Hon. V. C. Gale. M.L.C.. Hon. G. B. Evelyn, M.L.C a*d Mrs. Evelyn, Dr. C. B. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs, T. E. Went Picture al lelt shows a group oi Guests who were at the Garden Party on Wednesday afternoon at the entrance ol Government House. At right a member ol the Barbados Regiment in "Zouavo" uniiorm and a butler, hand around sandwiches and other savourios at the Garden Party on Wednesday afternoon. In the background are the tents fa-om which refreshments were served. 2 2 2 22 £**-$** £*£ 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 2 "V RVT^BSBK^fc 1 ^^ 3 ^ ^ l^-^W *1 ^ £ ^ ^M Bss*isV 1 *-— vi [\ SsBBBBBBK H\ ^^^SB^ltfl^^ ^H L mm J B^yUl] ..lllW m £^§ B Alright, some of the ladiss at around a table omp'.y ixcept lor a lone top ha ntting on it. In the backjfjand tho gen's are s a .J-, u imad groups chenPicture at left shows somo ol the guests at Government House on Wedno .day aiternoon during the Gar* den Party. Several ol the officers from H.M.S. "Glargow" were there. Cadets ol the Police Band shown i:t right IJI.VO a Toy Soldier display durinq tho evening reception at Government House on Thursday and a repeat performance on Friday morning lor the Children's Tarty. Picture shows them in tho middle ol their cmusir.cj drill routine at tho evening recep\* ion. m £#.*#£-£-££ Z* Z #-#*#*# £**# #^-^ # AT lelt, nine Boy Seamen Jrom the H.M.S. Glasgow danced the Sailor's Hornpipt at the Evening ReDn Thursday n ; ght. The average oqe of these %  Italian, i. W n-E P, inC0Es „ llco Qkl 'o one of the school *"" %  Hi. Excellency the ^nor glances sky^*" ol an approaching "•cloud. Portly after the picture ""•nght as taken, the ** P >y had to taka """or three minutes duo ""•Ught pasting howw Picture at left shows Princess Alice and the Rt. Hon. the Earl oi Athlone as they bid goodbye to the small group ol Government Officials and their Wives, who were at the Baggage Warehouse on Friday aiternoon. She is seen here shaking hands with_ the Hon. P. F CaiBpbeU, Acting Colonial Secretary.



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PAGE TWELVE SUNDAY ADVOCATE gQNPAv. am, :.;. Unification of Public Services Report SMOKERS CAN s MllE The publication of thf Rra*rt ol ll( oiuniiifcion on Ihr the ruMir Bervjees In .. %  Jtiitish c (0-J.4N Tfcr opt-nlni porilon ot .!. % %  report uppnarfd in this newstuprr on Friday and ywlerda>. aiid thf remainder will be publhh'-d dsllv until It l romplflcd The t> p->wwrtin %  already ma* that we arc not a Sal.<' lion partakes of the nalurr of %  not sucli as 1' M the salI' u : able then be leiet-j broken unless i in be prov found of ffivitg financial assi I I would arson! u ith UH i fias been Sained, to enmission, but the effectiveness oi in paragraph die them lo discharge the hlghanv service be it unftie* or not. 21 iviih ef Colonial 197, where it %  % %  -iiitics devolving upon the ;idrrust depend in large measure on is -pcciflcally laid down that, in mlnlstratlve claf*. In the followS?prospect.s which it offers to the the n ruitlng staff. ing paragraph* wc mnkc propose. or.trnnl bv way of a career. Many ioorcr colonies should not i men seek post-. In the public scrdisadvantage See and elsewhere* from a rtron, *uld only ,„ tense of vocation, but there is noadd that the pdMttoo, which is alfurther from or our thine cvnical in the proposition leady serious enough, is likely to Intel <; closSd the higher the salary scale* Income even mg to ure to members of the clerical attaching to a service the higher he continuing rise in prices. It grad will be the quality of the officerIn that service. The r. : %  these observations lies in the fact that in the highest and upper middle ranges of the civil services in the Caribbean area the salary levels arc low. in many instances ..( thr avenue of nromo.. %  ould. to our minds, be disastrous lion tn the higher grade*. On the if the improvements in the public contrary, proposals will servfCM which underlie the Secrelater in this chapter designed to Igry of State's draft despatch long. The M.iv. 1946. "!( %  to mi on concerned to wreck on the lorthe fullest use Is Particular Services deplorably low. as compared with l„ this chai the rices with A nich We recommend that the adminiald be recruited %  iccruitment and promotion from the class. For the I L'commend the creatite qua! 11 side the public service Uc services elsewhere The difficult', shows in -he case of those poet: tivel> fe In number, which, owing to the absence of local candidates with •.'' %  qualincations, need to be Ailed by persons from the United Kin*.; the nominlons. An ejcce-rthis general comment on the inadequacy of salaries in tin ranges of the civil service) be found in Trinidad und Tobago, the Governor of which has recently revised the salaries of A Differentiation In paragraph 21 of Colonial 197. the Secretary of St I tenlion to the fact th^t theft be circumstances which Ju differentiation m the matt lursc of"oT.r'"v7slts to th* %  whm exh< uld i I \ ublic r* %  %  llitv | Sen i< e hilfl favouring such tl rule. On the DOC found a few Instances of direct appointment of local ci found that In oi admlnisinfrequently h ical grade, but from tl i, ( -s S enger grade. Subject 1 1, P i','' idincation*, the poslt(< not sn '" c in hoi far man valuable to the ade object which the West Indian li\ %  to him %  i %  emoluments be' A %  stattng of tl local descent and tin expal officer. After lavir.t down principle 1 nould fixed < recruited staff. n, !" r„.T";. "Where the salaries so I ' "' n kMUflWienl to attract an., officers from overseas. exp..f my should be provided fo. such %  %  i will -v future ': I disposed U %  i support %  car> %  1 those i %  poaitii %  aries than th" %  In thf Caribbean region I.twal rersons ular t ('turning to the general question low Mian; leveis In the highest tilling and upper middle ranges of the public services, wc are, of ( the colonies *lth which v poor, and tl .. large proportiu'i of the annual re• is swallowed up by personal But the poii' We wVb to emphastxe is that neither the federation of a • nor the unification oi produce an effl as the present low levels of salary make It unpossiblc f to compete with colonies el < ultahUlty %  %  of the . to i i • %  -* %  %  : young clerical officers of execp. "i training as would warrant their promotion to the cadet grade Mere agam the conArmation of their appoin would i period of two years. The %  to be sele "What form should their ing lake"", and "Ron of training to be mtt?" As regards the ffnt r it is clear that the on on the officers i must rest with th. i vice Commission. It be wasteful of public Fun rce of disappoinment officers concerned U number of young officers selected for training than be absorbed in the ae and it is only the Public Service Commission that forecast with any accura number of adminr' rilled from th. %  'iie time, it will obv be impossible for the Comn.. to know at first hand whl the younger clerks tn the various %  .. evince such axcapl promise as to make It %  *ould make %  %  %  %  %  %  %  f f the %  %  Tninlnf %  %  %  %  to I %  I %  %  %  | %  %  I %  the tral n if a (Mb Kpanditure mat from fed Colonial Uevel Welfare funds, if O individual rolonh n -portions Lratlv< j inges are wholl rtion to the lowest adminadmin'strative. within the i .strative grade above that of inK attached in the preceding cadet of experienced clerical p flraR raph to that term. rs who have shown themirr however, a number of; i capable of doing admin]Ta50ns w hich make it impo • %  •' % %  t'rei-t [0 u ,h P the -.it % %  appointment of officers of m-h c beduling certain eli mic attainments and |M trlr if-;. Ie personality to the srade. and thirdly. Nature Of Duties promotion to the cadet grade suitable training, of We have made it \ ,'.lv selected young elertcnl inclusion or exclusion nfficers! • post depends upon the i. %  the duties atUciiing to U Having dealt with the subject 3re gdoiiniatrative the f the classification of the admin jnc i uded> and if not. not. The fact, ., and clerical advices, lnere(orei tnal sorne 0 f tnc posts [th the methods of entry m (he [j^g^ c i er i ca i grades are be former, we proceed to ac j r unistrative and others not ration of the poets to De rulcs t ^ st he Ul!l nm J$L Un We have P osls m * rades *# se H}^ „Ji^v flni !" eaaea where U* TT2? .S-Soe" and SUd on satisfied that the only W** of such posh terion Is whether or no Wf number of cJe, the duties attaching to a post v. iber of • %  administrative. Our such post! cleai k la. therefore, to define dependent on the nature of the ; es and functions which duties attaching to them. ird as approprate to the colony. Barbados the posts in the rat ive class highest clerical grade are not allocated as between departments. Formation of Policy though Ihey are shewn in the estimates under the depart!!;In general, the duties approwMcn neir occliponLs h .„ to the adm.ms ^ . ttntral service gVl %  ..t a particular tiiru era! adminiati f pure .hnnc.v N ., .,, lepartmenu hf POfJ could then-r .r criterion t< i \M schedule. . term. .. : itta attacking • clcriad post s ....,.< %  . lea, wina a view to ,, Governors, deciding on which ol tha I doubt or dlnVultv which scheduled and which tli tl .:n balo hirthaa raBactton bai tha machinal i.uiness of thin approach tc the problem, and that lor twe %  i order to ni. reaaont. In the first place. iclant and aeoni indicated in the pn lower ranges, the admin paragraph, there are a number 01 Been who are ., %  iU irbich appeintmi %  ri at headquarters will be pos tjj n [nc higheat cli the critical examine are determined not by thi .: caaea which an ,„, bl %  lU for the exei judgment and ej will prepare memo sallsBed T „ ' %  01 decide questions which "' '" .„!.,. ,^L^ w, ->..,. %  lh< lr exclusion Cooi Yes. Nicora keeps your teerh really clean, free from nicotine stain and dulling film. No need to worry about that extra cigarette, if you OM Nkota. NICOTA duarene. .! you oaa NtCOU. f..*.,,-,,. ^*ai You will be delighted who the SMOKERS' TOOlHPltf pearly whjteneaa of lev teeth ""HJIE whitens your lee*, brighfenj your rnile pearl] and the freshnesi of your mouth. Get a tube of Nicola today. 6-iYieetcM and th< post %  f of the duttc holders may be dll em: ofAcan throunhout the I Empire Tl': functions I ion %  i ,k which >! u dURculty In sched '' %  %  \. frill ft Man Bron %  Jch he, I'lt i the extant to which advocati duties are itch, and which we ha ended pai Bgi ipfa IH i*f .i .n-ved in .mple way. from paragraph 1ft of th %  • ,:. of State's. draft (To be nmturned i T7hf]l9atJn little m 9 y. togetKis KLIMMI:^ asfcstashecan iayl ELSIE the BORDEN cow I'"' youi youoi II .. hit, KIIM %  ^ KU pimtv ire .flichilh guiided. E.er, ..inn, II, inipii.vemeoiuiaaaalBjy ceruuo KIIM r"'ilcidhi.lemilkc' < ae !" with die bfloebu "i farm-fraah nrifc The tare with whkh KI.IM a pi.iduitpai ll aped and dislrihuitil ...utct yoa .i B „._ L| dellciou.. ^^)u^l^llin^, safe milk for Mwdilee, KUM MILK FIRST IN PRIFIRENCE THE WOILDOID. """""*" A Finnund \H A i; KANT TALC Hitil to disrni • %  *'.Mii. Atsfsc %  orinkl%  : I % % % %  'uiililoiltbaal* UM CU) ad] rrfiTaai;* OM tra.lu.f-> riHlurr*. for : n t TikWas* %  oftlMH Utd llllrlKM . [>PU*J •* •uprnoif skill f"i -i%  Ii '• "* > %  fWfcs* ridaue nri .-; ;-c — TALC ^ BOURTOT^J % %  <] /r,-,e Ml BrOk*Mim. H— %  n itii no i H would b* ie '" reb %  mg iblo. save m varj %  Q :th outside interests foi lnhlghly quilifled recruits The p.sit to | afc\ J. K tfre ute' Ths SHADEINE COMPANY. t, Ck.rihMI aod. *. WJ, LONDON. inUA •~£5ZE CYCLISTS &f ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE HERE DUNLOP 28" x \\" Crcum Roadster Tyres 28' x 1^" Pink Roacistt r TyMM 26' \ \\" Racing Trres ECKSTEIN BROS. DIAL 4269 — BAY STREET 'ANOTHER REMARKABLE THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS | 7rt9efft*tf*yf Jvn. Qunn to '.000 ei J day. m<* develop mto worktri .d.ptcd lor dtitroyii-J t %  at—ram a fcuttJn* ATUSA AUSTIN'S FA .OUS RECORD-BREJtKEnThe A90 'Atlantic' Convertible if I !i I ^."ATLASA UNIVERSAL .!, %  or D.in fc pojiti-c protcl on uta.mt Whu. Anu, Borer.. Roi ind fun|l. Pun or polnti ovci feiied wood. N odour. NoAre-rnk ECONOMICAL H.|Mr coocen tr.li j itvol (image writ diluted for •' |oes further an. coiu ie... PtRMAiajgNT Ci'molwlh-u or aviponte Coi>btnev flerei. tou|hent it.e i.mber in. make* It (lea*raaraunt. Allot t" .frith. Kent, 'a/land. AGENTS Wtlkuaon Ha/naa a Co endfeiowr,. Bi-bidot For parmanent protection Motoring/* biggest thnli ..: today ... the Austin A90 'AUanLic' weeping in v.vie. luzuriooaly appojnte.l id v.ith a,: extrcmery taat and al> yr irmance. The A90 holds 63 a itock car recorda, gained by co ; 11.850 miles in 7 days at India S \. Ii eg gives you today's imcst open "^^ .ar motoring. ^ ia FETUIES: 88 b.h.p. 0.HA t" carbumter engine; steatni- olio o.o..le •• • *P !" Baangwaatrinafewmn^'. nSbvill help you and this is v. lut a C. F..CI icctric Kettle will give you B polished aiuminiuu-.. ing spout. AnditisMic — THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. ITD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS .ifSENTINC !X£ Ct,\£HAl tllCWC CO ITD. 01 CNC1AN0 PARTS ANL ndi Au.iin Scrvue .over, [he wori.1, and Ausoa owner, erer) in Jcpend on it for parts, servicing and lepejn. AUSTIN -you can depend o'' I full di-tails HOW from : DOWDING t FATES & TRADING CO. I* "1T1IN KOI 1 1372-13 BAY STREET, BRIDGETOWN N Ii u IlkN



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SlNhAV ADYoc COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY WROAIIWA. BMH§ SHOP. iifta-, ,.-.... V,OBT.. Gift %  i irrwmn BJL DUG ana TV t-*.ic>ut Gordons Stands Sup'MAfiJi SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE PAGE TIIIRTF.F.N FKFSH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING INDIES' COSMETIC BAUS and FINE POWDER PUFFS. CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES VACCO FLASKS %¡ ARLEYS CONDITION POWDER for Horses CAU. la at:— MMvrv's tini Jim ia H **## Ynur t'anv II,,,,In,,. PruMvms MARKHAM CANE CARTS LOW COST LOW MAINTENANCE CHEAPER TO OPERATE EASY HAULING IN WET WEATHER 1/5 Ton HIS nilli Hmk.-s $l.2.tO.0O -arh 2 Cntl and I mrlnra, J 1.1.,0.00 ,, li K* Hlork ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD, ST. MICHAEL DIAL 4629, 4371 •VrttWAV,V.VAV,v.v.-.v.v, •'•''''>'S-'*',;',;'S,',',VS,'A'V BUILDERS REQUISITES! NORTEX Hurdooum NORTEX Insulation Board '" in the following sizes: 4 X 44 X 7,4 .n


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r\(.i mi i SUNDAY ADVOCATK wm-mia^ CLASSIFIED ADS. HATE 9 %  WANT1J> NO LEAL hers* '• %  ; ADVOCATE THANKS Wr bra. *rd*. ft* the > %  ifip recent Ninl of IK" -.1 and father JAMtS S*X Oola rm" %  '• /•"•. Room, I! !W In thank all peretftndrn ihe funeral, arm 'IHI. let i M9 expr*** FI our recent Owrn. Carl. Nol. I Idrem 1J3W In .-a btf tluvjugh Ihl % % %  (hank all trtoar peraon* wh Ihe funeral, arm wreatha. I?* Mr* end card, ot in gB* oiner WB] lenlnl* with ua i' .-irved tUfOuah ihe our beloved lather CLIFFORD ST c~. RPRP.'r.rj' who di-d ITUi r> *' as FOH IIIVI HOUSE 1 MIST A MM >l LOST | a* T kBBslf, 4 wlU t BulcM-ieof ,ld Planla I 3 5f>-Ji •/HE BOWRR. 0*mi JVrfrcli' Itiaatad 1 Belrontn buiarealn* Furnlehe•A.1 p" m-mth Uaw or mot D v N Heal E.t-1* Agam** wr aportnvcTTt. near ie nii'^r. Dial MM %  •< (;i.i.in.: n and Club i rtawi ltd IM III II VIIIN 4i.'C7lOn lathing b. %  araee. Servant •eh From March K.-WHAvr-V. Crane Cd aa l IUI '.uhrd, Oaraf.ee Servant Roe*." %  h*e-h February, Mart tlK-'lM-r l#JI ftl" p. 44T1 %  1 IB—I l.r i.llMUtt'' Enrlalon Hilt. 91. Mela* iti 1*1 April for an IndeAr.H* pcrIM riimlahad For further pBtiimJar* dl CORAL SANDR: Worthing Ui on* furnished F:t with Blhrer and Liner Pot further p*rtaralare Dial ft** A'-* La.hley I * f n sial i Ivir'MHiM with Helrui i at I w O a aj rr We*>thing IS 1 -lfn PAJI" Cattle Waeh: Frott in April and 'or the inonUi* of May AM H r H Wmmm .'.. St Joieph B/*VSt-eri HILL modern 1 bedroom riNE ("OPAL CROFT". avani> %  %  • ne hout* built around Patio In* r*irifurmahrd Pho- %  %  t 1 30—11 FRIDAY nth at I p.m. Courte-y l**r age. Whit* Berk. Auittn in It P B> I Car damaged In accident Term* Cut R AJtCHFR MrKX%7.1E. Auctioneer 1? ) en been InatruMed by lb* Con Of POtlC* to **ll on Mond. >9th Marrh at U* CanUaJ Rtatlon •flruvln* at 1 o'claa*. Ow taajirt gol. *t'" watch. UMM fait hat*, on* ap*> •at a qu*rHr f RnMWr M Rn> !>!•*•> hm BftlwUftM thajia and ••*•*., ob> aaru of im w at Tajiiia C*ah D-ARCY A RCOIT C,iAortMmaar. Dial. A II 3 I*—I UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER %  f : |M Thurda> lth %  t I pm %  %  in ft IB It • ft houa>r prartirallv rwr Tarm* l f meant Gilfflth. Auction**' 111 %  In IM'IM.II N0WVCKS NOTICt "£25 %  •' •dn*d b V obtaining orJm few pnvai* Chrlalmai C r mend* No prerlou. ajrpBraft PARIWal OF MPT MICH' aurr. Writ* today for br.ul.fu, I,A1Jpanan^ RngB • temple %ook lo lillvnl aaBJIBl *inorf PablMhan. Hlghaai -on.mlal.> inaiHMM) mar-T rnaMtn OMJ>R ftka, WIIMaani ft Co Dapi IB v.i„ % %  n. IfvKlar^ ih* Parth *t ,_.at-l to aand k.. Ih* i*apartiv* D-pa*lrnt UK*r ta— W*dn*dy. March li a* Aacoum* a***, Ml*-el ru I I'euckars (dulr B-j) J ASHBY. Chawr b ward— %  Ck. NOTICE TAMIBM ftr T tiomri.NnrJis -ii' v'ii'i*Kned up lo rrtdiiv ITlli M.r." %  a aMlrd cn^awpoa n 4r. lor 'h* c*nt*yma oa* Faupara ant I in* aa u para rrotn mnj p*rt oa Ih* parhah lu th* Almahouac or Aft* b H the pariah of 8t Michael and v.r AflKMl vera* '2> For the lupplyln* o( coffina! __ -„,,.t (icn*'>l .nd Ih* onveyln* of th* dead from the r J,,, rn.on *"l b" Institution or from nv part r from | %  Hoapl'al of Ike inatltuUon wio In tfn-.r opinion %  auHabl* to ao travel; and do bind thamaelvea lo accep' barf)aiii> (krks' l'iiw Mortlnf ( Held -i i P of lb* E* p .itive Cnr.' i Repiirv it-*, for _..j adopt the (Inanel for thB r** ending % %  whk-h may %  MALI Pavblir Salr*-Con/d. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER DY Inatructlon* M C*l**d I "HI aril -i FVIdny March in* at 1 pm a Meaan MrEnearnfty Oarage (Jl Mod* 'i-Ford TVuek Qand Tyre* D*m**ed TTm Ca*h VrNCJWT ORJFFmi Au*Oan*er 11 1 *V 3n "HCl'IAII H^rl(n|i Rood. Ver pkaaMpl and 'l pl.-oH bunaftlow with BM (aJlery. UrFfe lounafe. k lichen. p*ntr> a-d aervanta q ..irtera Thlr ptopert l> f*a f aa| la w*ll ilrun the r<-*rh of '. %  >Lnver. 12 I.Ct—in UNDER THf SILVER HAMMER OM l*>h by aaftn IN MEMORIAM haabkBd ALLAN MA*. ii IV iTT. rrleai—*BllI* March. 1MB. J.-.i Bleat. i ; %  %  %  %  .J %  Mnrrh 11th IBM lure %  %  %  O. ell t>e anef nf par-ina without farewell Ever lo B by hl> loved hi tr*l m pe*ce %  I %  %  %  rrrnrt'.' ih' ... met -M .,. || %  i. I i %  %  %  %  OVM %  ON 1 Attractive well furn %  %  HouTud*r St.. Nraf =t Dial 1713 or 3111 II J in ppaj WrllirurVMi ~nlto Mr* R Chandler near De* BaBJk r< ii j so n Hchuck St I II 3 3—4n I'AKK vn r..t,i Ai/rll lat 3 bedro, * I'ljayne SWS WARSAW-On IN at Worihinga. Bach wlih running wat Mid I--'", mraie c-c at '.' %  .. 4100 11 3 SO-In jUftfl Hall St. i I % %  . ffnoma. bedIIS M B.. •" Wnne we will .. M'toWrnrril. both Antique and Mod at %  Ch*rwocdTwp Mile Rill which i.dea— Ver* rde* Squar* Tip-Top mnai Table 'aeat I wtlh Brait Tip-' Qntlara Tray. Pedestal Sideboard "*r. n| armament and Coca-Tall Table* Upright chairs, carved Mortal* An'tque Card and lowing Table*. Rergorr .t-d MorrM Chaara. %  oobahtlf. itBatOal Divan Couch all In old Manoejany. Ui •ml. Chair*, Efivalop* Card Tabla. Cur%  atna. Indian Too Table. Carpet. WMenloura. Br.u War* including 1 veiv handaomr oirf ('..-dlootlck*. fid Trench Ci Ina Tea and CofTe* Srrvl.e mnn* ..ltd Fuh Brivire. old China Fruil R*rokft, Bllvn Tea Hci .and etc Pewter Mug* Bhofj p|i Entre Diah. Plated war* In Dlahe*. Spoon.. Fork* etc Cu*< md Glaaa War* Twin Bed.teao:Mprlngi. Vanity Table with Triple' ( %  i.** Top. ChftVBl glov Cheat of Drawer* r>WJ Ltner Pre** all in Mahogany Deep Sleep Mat f-eaeoa. Coder Cheat. Urder. Bnam Tor Tible new Rival Coal Stove Florence one Rurnrr Siove. We.tmrho .w Itcfri^ 'ivt order Boi Iroi • B>H*B*ri utaSMllB, Ooirtori T." Wheel barrow. Fowl Ru* iiemi Salr II VI OTInet MUX CREfrT >nd -olldly Built •andlrw on I I l*>n. Kllehort pan athaheba Mod*" iml alon* bunrta.i<.n applic w rr ._ 4 lie-ton of Officer*. Executive Commute* an Auditor j To conalder notlcri U. Au* Srh C-Cl-loi M v fllue Stftr. ^<*. L*d> N MoUy N Jena*. Srh United Pile. C*t Srh Adlne Mi' *rh Kit* Wonll*. 9*h Laudalpha. Bf* Cynl %  BraUth. Boh Woaadorful CminHria**. *ch Adallna Sr-h Anita H A> RIVALS n.l i i M**> C Carolli^. M n*t. Capt Jo**ph. from Dor*ini<*a: k*K**BT Owner*' Aaaoctatlon M V Cajnbb**. 1"B lona net. tap' '".umb* from Domiruci; Aabarl Ownera AaaoaHaUon S S Hugll. *M* torw net. C-pi R>y%  old* from Tnridad. ngoi Ltd %  BB aaOkaBM ram ( & CO, Seh T inothy A. H Van BBa|rtjnan. IB Cap* Stall, front Britlal. %  Agent*: Schoonor Cn*oa*V AaSth rV**dorn Fl*a*T. M !<>"• nri :>e. llncher*. from iJominic.i kf*nU h Owner** Aaooclatlon hVji.ce* W RmlUi. 14 ion* not ion* Copt. Haaaoi. Irern Brttlah Gulan.. NVM; Aftent! PROFESSiON^^ DR. mau M 'M '""BiBd eaaraci, daMtaa. ^^" %  v % % % % % %  % %  ::-. A Sound Inv M(mn "*j S ^ MOTOR "^g ^WSAatiJ aragjaJ Own i A"..-i..'^WEMB1J.V"-N*V> Gardcrui A \*er plaaaWBrt modern houa* In a cenltol ant popular karallty Thla re*id*nc* haa %  < larg* lou'*• vaeaandah, kitchen and b.-Q loom*) on th* flrH floor and aatVM rooi ,m fjBai'.d floor now uaod a* a flat TV gardon walled all round with atone At SB* prlc* aahed thla reiidwe i worth InapaoUna; DIXON RLADON R*Bl Ealate Agenta. Aucilonoorc. Plai UUonBuilding. Phone 4ft 12 3 SO—In LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Tho anollcaaton of CLYDE SM1T: S TSm \Mmm MB W M gi aniod to^nmanuol J->-ept. in re*i of Top Floor of No 47 Roebuck I ritr for prrrntaalo 1 inrna* at a board ii-aara *t N'ui iU—d SI Mjch-ic Dated ihia lOUi day of March II To-— %  A McLXOD Pollr* Maglrtrate D| *aid i kyBM nd ahingle "hop wltl Twoed.id. DEPARTURES S S Alooa Runne*. 43V tai Col Martino. from Anabo; Agee %  Trtom Lid tkt CoitB H.MS. GlaaBjow, IJ.OOB ton* Opt. C L Flrthy. from Grenada IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Caroboee. S S. Qaacogne Lid advla* Iho nlcati. aWaoawJD IBral ih in* following MPIhrouajh S S R. So* tedoa Coa*t Station ^2**,*, ** a SofU. S 9. Btuo Moater. M Matou. S.B A*avua, S Gloxn.ia. S S l*-oa. S R Tcmpli S S prmtai.drtnet-. S R Nikoiaot PiS S PMrwwilr-m TV. S S Paragnj ,r*. S.r Myrtletm.ik. S S QkftBR SR Southern Countne. S S. LtvardeAMk*;S9.a^laf. SS ThenI BHUrmi*. 18 Ho-, donu*. 9 S Broiar*. S S. Horallla. S.S SS Marco Euxop*. S.S Alcoa Folaara. S S S S SUnroll, S 9 Fort Rovrn. B Mateo. %S Sawan*. 9 9. H*vi U *nf*T. S S W^-hmaTlon. 9 S Oc**n.ide. S J Conoco I*k* Ctuarlr*, 9.9. THhacuba. s I Mfv N4on. S S Telde. I S JW • \iinva Gmnd*. %  apa Qfirum. 9.9 fttg B.l miflra. S.9 MMir**a*Ua. 9 : mvt !" II B*IIU. B S. Loldi S S FMi-hqu*ro. 9 9 Nldarho! S S IndU. S 9 Amakiir*. S S K-.t SI Lake Kamlooo*. 5 S. Nidardal M.V SE1BEPT IIOPF i ABy UC Bft l HB.-TnM application will b* conair>er*d at a Lloenaing Court to b* held ai p* ice Court. Ditt:SimTS£ -i M^I> cl*C.( Police Magirt E A MrLEOO. DM "A" 12 3.50—In %  %  i Do***, Diaaaln i ;>riwlnB B*"'ni* .i Appiv Miaa P-e. Ch .„ Dial MM %  h la ..t n-r"i i' 1 %  lalaftd H •awrioii -.< dlarieig room %  .' % %  ruM %  k* 1 ". IillANKER TIK'TMAN And 10 1 SO2n rinsoMi t. AMI IF %  r A; TYPIST %  I ,-i.j i. i, %  I Salary I10S 0B pe < Manager 11 S B>—an OgaM, .i • urtoary G-r.<• A ui.. %  rtaal llodgaon. I"oa< IBU i iruch In good corvd to Tyte Compony. Trolal C in. MISCEJXMiEQOS l WANTED TO BORROW Baun* %  ..:. aahlre Jr.,. oral MI Nominal aum offered for [ol aaiiL* Apply R T I>p! B J 10 REAL ESTATE R**i I Small PT-. deneat Worihma Mam R.I Ridhl ConvMarn Good Condition Onina ror HOMO. Larae lie-I.e. IneludNMI %  Runoalnw* nnrt r."-' %  -' D met* lo Suit One and All rvtn Hi* Ellle. Conlarl D F de Abrei Anvihing in Man wuri C iu ->d But N Iloatting Dial 3111 or 2713 Call a 1 Ih. Ha.tn.i-. ui i I Stieet 4.QVIH\ >1I\T N OTICESThe Report of the Commission on the Unification ot the Public Services in The British Caribbean Art. JM8-49 is available Btthe f Colonial Secretary's Office at a cost (subject to revision) of forty, wmWui I(1 eight cents per copy. 0KPUITLB1I — FOB TOROSTO Edmurd Cl"ry. Donald Marlarhian. Agntat Maelachlan. Jovr* Mhnbert. Ntd M^cTanaJd. Cm* MwDonald. Mate Mar Zonaid. Frederick Potvin. HarPotvln. Lrcnard Smith. !wa-d Wyhof. Wvkwl. Artnair Temple For llermuda Marl ahsrtoe*. John Oalr*. Ornrnde Paul. Illlc Mulrarni'h. Helen MoCLiMiam. Hatold Trotter. Mcrab TrMtci WtafeB, Sarah Wood*. ARRIVAE* av %  W 1 A i. Fraaa TBLNlDAU Charloo Dwar.t M-rr^iot S*alc. Phylib Colo. Vllma Bp%*K*r, Ortruda Spencer. Keith Bourn. FAMTon* Gome*. E:cna mcr W.-n-rhnon, Buralie Dithop .. „ahop. an* Blahop. Audr*y Blinop. Rodger Hldhop. Dorla Ctimmiral N.> •- lining room. 1 brdronii.' H and Bath Spa. wu yard \ -ve-a* apota of l^nd al Bolmont H* OH |*St ***M* ao nenr Apftly to.DARCT A ame in th H..ndr ol Ih* uradet.ig.--l wher* Mil* fictUW M aa>ured Your* lor Ihi.cje D'ARCV A SCOTT Anctlonee* A R**l >**• Aa*nt Dia' UIM.Klll I \I(IK\ %  ling Ofllcn .M iha lo laank oil ream who look put In tt* Quart of Honour on IR Princess Alice. Ihem ..n th.-ir drill and bearing on paradI'MIUII1KMMM. al Renimcnlal Headquarters at 1700 hourmi Th %  %  > 50. a*) %  • %  a 0 ,1 OmCS* Uft ORI>r.RLV SF.RJFANT FOR BOBBJ RNDIM. 1*1 II II till" 19-10 Canadian National Steamship* Prices: RLNGUK |U RING CBCU M BLEACHIX8 14 LB UVJ Fnda> III I IH"M M. 1JVDY NELSON I ANADIAN CHALLENGER LADY RODKT.Y LADt KBJON LADY RCDNKY LADY NT' SON IADY RODNEY lh Kcb TJtli I'H 301 h Ilk' 12th Ape 3r.l Jut) TTth Mar IJth AIT %  IBtk Mai sin Apr Olh Mar %  Olh Api >4lh Ap: mi M ISlh .1 isth Jui: Orderly Officer Oidcily St-Tjeaiit Old. % %  Orderly St-rjeant I.icut. J. M. Cave 23S L/S Quintyne. K S. E L. Johnson 212 1 ; t ^KKWtS-COX. Major, S.O.L.F. & Adjutant. The Barbados Regiment. NOJLTBBOLND LADY NTLSO-J IADY RODNEY l-\DY RODNEY %  s iN LADY RODNEY BagBRaBM laWB %  -' %  : Mar lind Haa lat Apr 2nd Appr BUi M.i BUl May 17th May •th .lunr IBJ •>. IBtli .' 21th Jun. W i h JUII Tth Aiii :.-, Api loth Mai 3Kt JUI 9th Au| 3r.| Ma I without ban. Paaaenaer Fare* and freleaV GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. AgenU. j: REAL ESTATE F0R SALE I am in a potttMn u Btf f..r Sale over or* aaTaadl % and twenty five (IS) P N pertics including paaataBBa; ^ Holds.,i Sea-ud*lT*-arB. ; suitiible for Boanuoi HBRB 0 or converting intn Hjtrk ^ For all patiicwlgfi w* J D\VRCY A. SCOTT, V Auctioneer k R**l bUk Afcnt * Telephone Nos *!. *ft > H400. p.o.a 11. > Cable Addrwi: DBT.CK PART II ORDLRS TfH BARBALXM HEC1MENT .1 \HCH, 1950 SERIAL NO. 5 SHEET 1 4T ONLY AS A OOINO CON.'EHN I 1 r.i Storoy Stone Building wiin Shop an %  "O* Ll'l""l I irtnitd lariey good* acoloa an I t-fihta, Olaaa eaar*. ah^i good-Md thai Hem* All wiling I" one lot th -roverlv aland* on ', acre of land whi. mu in a tenantry aituattd at Claphan land and Flaa 9'aR Rd R4M1 !< %  Rldjj 0*vt Applv on pr*mla** Hi Light Inal* I Joaoph 9t Hill 10 3 SO--3ti 1 l.WK l'KI\ 11 KOI %  Al. lllllman Mlna. on* of the be*' %  ftftg Al*.) uv*n, in pood condition Hoaaonabl* price Apply Slia.ujhn. forage Jaaa** Skr**t BIB H" 41 n* Tvrraguane Sedan Owner and In faftd condition Phone r.n UBb CAR Morn. %  h p roa and mil Apply Mrt O Doitnrll %  S SO %  17 Ford V.B Eacel.e., .o. -r.atole price 1MB Che, role -gain Eaaei Bedar. Boat oflei Garage Ud ToWphon* *l IB i so Bi kag tan Connneiliair Rock 111* h BBtw 14 • Pre l*rt*cl con r* good Body ahabb> R'n* .':at le!*e*n • and 4 or 4^4 aftn II 1 CAR I parfect coradlti. ef.wd Aoplv lo W Nuraa, Cocoanut i^tang. Chrld Church II 1 B %  %  Baaaa, good Fur %|4pB--Con.(/ ELECTRICAL i ft OBC Re LIVi-STOCK invEl.lIMi IIOUBE wlUi S rood. II uercrto* of land attached at -Briar Hall CtuiM Chur.h The dwelling houw conlajfeag o**n va.anftah. drawing and am Ing room*, two bedroom, and usual conI ,ani.n.e. There Ii aleo a Llm* Kiln i. •pod working otder on the premlae* Th* abo%* ptopcily will be wt up h MM al our Office. Jame* Street. %  Frtday 17th March. IBM. at 1 10 v n Inspection on appUcalkin on the pfl Un HQ. Granted 6 days P/Leave with permission to leave the colony if. 26 Feb. 50. M l. D SKEWES-COX, Major. S.O-L.r. Adjutant. The Barbados Reuiment. NOTICE ,11 beaWO.it SjU. Met* MeeUng at 1930 hours on 18 Mar. 50. ____^— I.I.C VIARWOOI1 A BOYCE. 9all.lt. a 1 i SOBn I I H %  Pur* tred Aaaatlan I •n*>| now w**n*d Apply to Web**. MoncrMA* PlanUlkan. r.*m* HBI B I M SV.AIJ MLIJIS At Klngalan. II f SO POULTRY -1 PlyWyandottaa R I B S w**k. old Appiv 11 3 SB m MECHANICAL nael Treadle Sewing period rood.lion Dial lags inapeetkan B-IB am II 3 10-In MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISE in Hi. ADVOCATE Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days wriVUES— *f av**> decrtouon %  Old Jewel*, flue SBBBr %  % % %  iiiolouit Faitv book*. Map* Auto J| Gorrlnge* Am tque Shop. -al Yacht Club I IBB-tin DJWI i i PJBTJ i„,i ^ ( TBM In a**rai Cwelliua BOUBB called AMBURY" wllll B8N 4 pei.hea of land attached thore to, altuale ...not* Bock 91 Michael Tho houa* contain, draw Ing and dtnin toomi. one bedroom aw innteiiiriiiri on U* ground floor, nno Ihr** bedroom., toilet and bath on fin .inmritt welei it* tu.tailed For Inapocllon dial 3ATI The abm* woporty will be **t up It* *|* at our OftV*. Jam** S'reot. of FnarL'BDfEM PnatMISBR UU H.*lnx • Sti**t. luat rebuilt Var* nillabl* lot c.rocer> gf Prov.aton and Liquor bui ro*a Inapocllon on application Oil*. H writing will bo received by h< "*-**-' a iOHMOK. "Runnyaide Ch*la*a OaroenII 1 SO-Tn THE COMBERME RE SCHO OL, BARBADOS 1 Required il aWaD ... i^ssibr* a Graduate Teacher of Modern Siudie*-mainly. History and Engliih. Should hold an Honours DHTN in Hisii OT, ..ltctn ; .tively. a good General Degree in Modem Studies. 2 Salaiv Barbados BCBIB, vli.— 128 x S72-12.160 x $96--*3.928 00 Graduate-1st or 2nd Clasi Honours 91.930 x |9*~93.456 00 nJlaBBiiu 9219.00 per anr.um if in poia**Blon of Teaching j actor.Ung to recognized a*rvice Passage will be paid. Apolicati >ns (no special fon) stating age, <,u.-.lications. experienc. wh.ti r married or aingle. and accompanied by copies of three recent tf-timonlals. to be sent without de113 MI %  Headmaster, Combcimerc School. Barbados, from whom be obtained. 12 3 50 —3n ACCESSORIES For Motor and True* D l*ak. Repair Kit. Chamol %  toidei* Mirror*, Wiper Blade* Yellow ^uatora Rodman a Taylor' *'. Garage Lad 10 3 M Jm #11 BBOBTS in 34 and hn. Ill and Oft lenatht itrel plate* I IB. it < rompany. Trafalgar Street I > ao tii PBW KNTVXS All aieaf Pe : +>•'• NOV. P> ><' i W l*.,ichln-n A Co Ltd l for c*ah i %  aw n i A en Ltd ii i MH MAXttTH.'S COABTU. i ,.*ty ataBafB I %  I m* Excellent aafe bathin* for d*\vetop*ng much neele.1 CKah or Oue*i Houa* In Ihl* area Amp' T-rfcn (acHllleo and abope for buildln e Ar*r*A*t negr. rwiae Enlarger Par above 1 SB *r lor Co*t and Woollen 11130 In N; -itderm. .n TrouaVfeg age 1/t i ior Bl tar 1" Id DUl BBB II l.eV-en BALIBRURY Oun HI" Charml%  unu-v home •landing on aummil of Cue. Rill giving unrivalled vlewa ovr Bve lalahd Thla well Built tnodent h aaMlowed elan* roaaoarnce coi.Tal. r-tfopflon. I b o d rocana 3 v e.11 n.udeen arnonKlea 0r*a*r .l.ihl-. • nd .back pen* all In Bxat rkr Ci.m*ge-wev oncirvle*. hou*r Appr-> %  TO* DIXON RLADON ** Je Agenta. Auctioneer' B'jlldlsaj Phone *MB 11 1 10 HOTKL BTTaV We or* Inalr, ifler for aale apvwaimaUb' a nd and pr*p*ri> with an • % % %  d for the Banetr ~e*y modern hole! ik*r*gion anal aitrrartlrv aanoniuo* c %  iderabl* capital oUUa) would t-e ,>e*d*d but the revenue pe.-, 1 %  vnrmaaia PI IMIII anquu. %  ••hn M BloAt \genla. Auctioneer*. P1anL<%  tona Bulling Phwie BBM | 111 10—1 You, too, can get to the Top WITH OUR HELP —by POST Don t be coolant lo .lay among Ihe c'**#*!— tISI io the tome.l b*it-pa a appo., ta**nf. by your own effort i Th* **nn*ll Col.eao w.ll liam you lo rj*l lo Ih* lop by noml 'urliBn your iparo hmo lajoj ,i thoutard. ol olho-ri JL hat* boon helped I* .cai ant proapantv. /JS 7 Ih.. i. IBS lamou. :o.,..pond*n ( wh.ch pi.ei PIRSONAL indtodual ifudenl and fail to mak* good D WHATEVER YOUR GOAL WE WILL TRAIN YOU FOR LSI _t *d.,t ,*U NOW Wr. telliig -• th* >*r. m wh.h irvleroilod VY* .Sail b* glad >*j lull and Lee mforraalion of how Tho ggnaaaft Coll*** CM i,. in you at hero* t* r*ch the. lap ,aa*i n a -*rr Korl haa* and at -a | ,. u IU.I .."n.1 //Vj7 ... m .. SIMPLY CHOOSE YOUR CAREtR 9ual.ll ._ / mUllMrii.iiK.i^ /lk.fl...i .it... BHH •• '-> '" : DEPT IBS THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHEFFIELD ENGLAND UoNDEPFUl. II .ivcept Cat so n 9t Lucia •tailing T*a.o*flr I4*h inat Th* Srh "ZITA WONTTA" B/li acoarpt Cargo "id pi. i a n pjf.Ta fur TTliildtMl Shlllng Monday .llh BWl Th* M V DAJOtWo. anoopi Cavrgo and Paa*ons*i* for 9t L'.rcta. SI Vinoenl. Gi*.uid. and Arab,. Dal* of Sealing (o he gBRB> B.W I SCHOONER OWNBRR* IAT1UN 'INC I rnnalBnii MAIL NOTICES MAILS for Ttliudod, Firncn (iiua by the S.S. Ooaengn* will IM i ,.ed al the Oenoraa P*** %  %  %  *.— R Rog3atnred atAllB it 1 p m Ordinary MaU at 3 p.m. on the 14th March IwSO Malta fot the United Ki.jldori. by the 9 9 hhighll will b* <*aod at lh General Pool Office ilh us for despatch by our regular service. You can be assured of its safety. Remember .' WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE SMITH'S SHIPPING SERVICE MOVERS PACKERS — 4. FREIGHT FORWARDERS Alexander House, Jame* StroeH, Bridgetown. Phone 3024. FOR SXU mm SPOTS HI II HIM, 911 Cash or Easy Tain From 10c. peS*lo* ELtCTHIC. "" URVKB AM*-" II^^ I WCXWICK ** m TUN. H"*1 ___ nnumw.. "-" An Argument generally brings on a Thirst, What's better at this time than a snap of TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM (with the dliUnctive Flavour) Once Vted — Alu'oyc Preferred SIP IT — TO ENJOY IT. ni.-iid.r. John O. Taylor A Sons Ltd. I>ial IMS Roebuck Street THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Invites Applications For the post of CANVASSER Vice Mr. D. H. Allevne, reufneJ. :ions in penon and wrllinj will b received up to Tuesday. 14th March. For particulars apply to ... Beckwlth Place, Bridgetown. C K. BROWNS. Secretary. •aassataag TW GAKI* B "' ChrUt CmirchAppb--WII-I %  > %  *"* OftV.. CQk^aieaM* ___; ISBBBBI BlAl *BB I OH SALt rlJCKMAir* "•"" 5=r'S : a*5 s9 SU. aw.^S.crf BarvanU' ivoAari aaflBl prsi Houia"^7;. D.*ln "Bf-mJET**^ %  uaivtm. ."g?**^ saw """l SS •'fi it ii r S2ri"ea s*r*al COVBSinWIO Two ill"*) *"^_^aaB*a*i ^ .* „,**looking %  '-a."^ ., u iea fat %  *" %  uirurnlanftl 1 ^ wood >*> %  > r (ZZt <**3i Momlng ^JU^IPlV ***-"ir



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van yMiW M 'i' 1 H I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTLKK •irvniT M)\o( \!i: CIILRCH SERVICES m ruam> %  ST. THERE* 4 %  '••* D-... %  i>a?*u*a*?LMaa>*'2 ?," Uwi t>( Hojy chui. MFTilODIST : a.m u f MMMl HI id I i 111 K< II OF (iOD Mr I:\I:I. SIMMS fcSdtnM %  %  I J,Thun>. i BUM "Cft' I Sana optn En % %  '. tbe pracliti JPabovo Boa aow lectun :' %  Han} Years Before Discussion Possible On Church id-Union -Says Dr. FISHER i %  [fcoan Catholic Church ^fcfc of England. i Oman Catholic KJi".' '. I % % %  [1 would suggest"s ragi > BOTI< -.vim Hon %  %  —Kfutt | BETH El %  Oommaadonal DAI KIMTI' || 9^ Mr c vilk; 7 p.m. \|, D F OrirliT. %  SOUTH DtSTMCr e „ m Urutff; 7 p.m. Mr. V n. s. %  MBtsw ? p n -.„, i: %  : i" in* Jt %  %  %  m. Mr. G Fran. Alley nr Major ii. Smjih %  VEULINOTCN RTKETT-11 on Hpl '"" Mceimi. ) -y for** OS HMOM HAU^ll %  %  Bnw* Ftn annual Brrreton. H*v T LUCY—11 %  n. Crab Hill. Evant*9rom ODORnS SCIENCE vN scowc* — rim chuih SftrntiM, IIM IWOWV l*pper vi 11 %  m. ind > p.m. v.. .II.OW..U %  p.m. A Wr\Wf whlcr %  rating %  H ,.-..'. Mink U UM %  %  r*1 v. hataoe-ver God dovtn. n -Jx-U '>* %  %  ikcii from it. in n. it -.OIK i NOl IS THE TIME ••"HiI ER Repair your property now before prices mcreaie Wa ara now •*KIV, -a Do. Whit. Pin., (Deal) Sprue. and Had Cetiai SHingle-. Gal CTo>.,.g:t:d Sheet*. N.iU and PortUrd Ctm w i. I N. H. HOWI'.I.I Lumber and Hardware Bay Street I'll.I I I! I A FEW SPECIAL ITEMS SUITABLE FOR BIRTHDAY GIFTS HAIR HIU SMI s hy Kcrl i \IIIKR PURSKS—WALUCTi lllKKMOS FLASKS—CAM Li: AS. ETC. COLLINS' DRUG STORES Jl* FAM/LYFoodDr/nk CADBURY'S %  S.IM v Thr Annual Qvru-ral Mr1in will lakr 11*1 at in. %  ..dr. BARBADOS V.M t V • i MIAI IIIIIK. -mi Member* and Their Incndt including M.d Street today an aflclree a rkfcelei an 80> C. T. SlutM W batsmen of Frmlard ind gave up a prom* lM.-cutiiv a MlHioiuiiy and navel Africa. AIL SporUmen who are Ii Game are -peciallj mviled. IKOAOIIUMT* 1 Oi IIK 1 rfDDfG Ml Kll VI -.111 Mb II Sunday lltn 4.48 | %  I.I.VOLII IM CAHPCTS g ft by 7V, ft. and lM Ii bj I a •: UDWOLEVMf l.\ ICOI.I.S 6(1. wide All very reeienable In I'ricc. msrm AlkiSiltztr briR-s ileisanl relnl The um* safe anulg-t>nc s head oil al the lllglllaal pr.ivocalion '.' Naaeeaa inaaaallan coupled trita lawand rhalU] atay "'ll ba ihc cau>e. THIOPHOS Quickly restores nervous exhaustion— peps you up.-->"ii IMI hotter, ea( better, sleep better. nn|0Tu*4 • %  ( % %  OUtflat "'. lOtl Of *il>l TMIOPMOl il ja.gjtLilMII" **, EO" Ol '0"4 IN l* SOUll' *UICTtOr.*, K0 %  lllaillSMM, occatiitNit. ar -Jim o# *> y *awot* -, %  -,, ,-,,-, %  %  ,',-.','*', %  ,• X FURNISH i I AND TO tSAVE TRIUMPH FOB TRIUMPH ! I The nee Thunderiilrd. . 650 o.o.l O.H.V. fast, powerful; luxury In travel to Triumph standards: the ueBt In the World... here noon. A. BARNES h CO.. LTD l 101 it KAVm I.V HMMii Ml*; MIS You can now obtain an INSURANCE OF MONEY POLICY WITH THE ROYAL INSURANCE CO., LTD. h wnl aHoid you cover uuairuM loss ol whilst in transu brwwn your prvmiscM r dealmatiou'. oi v IC o oiot, We nhall be pleased to giv vou lull parHculars end advic*. ZEPHIRINS I T.t tba week's special'.! *. I TROPIC GOLD LAYER CAKE jj 5 vpnnkici with ,inc> I layer of golden pin •fa/v /o /titu-ie | DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.A GENTS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. LODGE HILL, ST. MICHAEL mil. 37M •abta to "'" %  I '•" %  I.l 10 day, .tier imttiur.clure, Ihts , UM „ ,„, aI)| Will tntetidin. I. .,., m htl; MdN> mtaaui rd *"' %  '"' >lrK-l roUlioii Th ' ivmilni d.ilv Mk& SIOHES a iraot-*""!. %  % % %  %  v i Mii iaiaw .y,iaa a ^ w ^ .-,-.-,-,... coon NMmYS von CONTRACTORS .Ing. AVATOHY B -IN->W1 22' x 10" anil M" x 18IIIGII — iapi IIIOH KRNS I.KW I.KVI imps W.C BEATS Will : I in TILES—" x The Barbados Hardware Co.. Ltd. iTHK HO I :SK FUR BARGAINS) Naa. JJ • 5!. Swar StrMt —.%:— 'I%MM tlN ar 44M



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I'M.I SUNDAY ADVOCATE Princess Signs Photograph I-or College H ER MM A BN1 Codn,,. I herself as en BM Wesl Indii ' ' "•'' lei to %  our visit and I shall alwayboth spiritual M . i. . B. < i" m > discussing Hi, Association mill.'. durin. the course ol his I., ...Mwealth and DM t B will i %  ...•field on Tuesday. t $.18 | B l till iii-ri I Globe. that it a their P-rformance in Barbados. huh features two fnor ins and piano .11, their vm... roxTrots. Joe Grasso. ex-Amcncan serviceman, who was featured I tenor sax. brought the crowd to eel by his slov, m 'I Surrender Dc Campbell, pianist-leader, u a peat ovation when he playeo l-umnna and Eaturlcni Theme ol the band, "Solitude opened a session which began v.-ith %  Perdido'' Ked Clavcry, violinis :• "Through a Long an. This was follow nuring Lin'mthropolofy the Calypso "Ju-C % %  1II in i':.l lefl loi Club Morgan. T liK BklilMI I Hi M ..sual I* lingi M. and asss** .r until %  the fiialll occaa GtjfaJe Ww THIS IS THE SCENE 0. UK tcddtltf >n Howoll's Cross Road yesterday when a .1 tom wara involved in a COM The k ''I" canes >n tlM Ml foreKround Mobile Cinema In St. George Monday -J-Il Molill l l 1MMA will n usual • Philip Christ Chun* a the nill injured. i Bairiual ROUM Of Hannatt Hall. ,. mi Iho driver of the will be given a Show bus which Is owned by Mr Masytttld OO TU—dW iWl <>f Christ Church. MTU will visit Bourne'.The r il il -cab and :he bus were badly dam|iV a Show ii ::hinu View area One Killed, One Injured In Accident ROSA SMALL nf Hows Us Cross Road. St. Michael, died instantly about 2.15 p.m. yesterday when .. M involved in an accident motor bus X-994 and lorry M-llBO at Kelle Gully. St HI Small had just alighted ih; bus when the accident occur red. The lorry, the property of Lowriiii-.tiion, St. George. and driven by Houston Grecnidge i>f Charles Rowe Bridge, was vlth canes. Doris Weekes, Assize Diary MONDAY N. S Rex. vs. Rupert Morris. No. :> Re. v.. tlhelbert Coppln I 1 1 ~DAY Na. 11 Rex. va. Clayton Arthar No 23 Rex. va. Roy Dalton Hayde and Gordon Harris. THE ROYAL VISIT „;,bf „,. i„ ,he y.r-1 of the HigliZ* riaimpon W !" *"' .need to Tratalgar Square .hev lined the side or ne Square from the Crane to '.' Sbllc Buildings pawn... II RH The Princess All.* landed !" yard, from one end of this fine the Guides had a splendid T„ „. S. Royal !"&A"5 !b< InspecUon of the Guard of Honour and the P'~" u, '. n were made, the Guides were amaied but thrilled to see H.R.H .Td rlTs Excellency the Governor towards them and His FxTrUencv presented the f^Sone-r to her Jus. before ,11,11. began to '"•"?"'"' Qulda il was discovered hat her So, lace was untied and one n .„, :t„i Mitten **•? Schooll had the honour > rt for her. At the request of Her Roy 0 /! Highness the kismet Commissioners were P'"""" 1 ? J !" *nH she spoke to some ol .ne ~,lieV as ^he walked along the !" ks We wish dull %  *• Guides .ml Rangers in the Islam, could h.v shared this rawer^d^Tm^A'^ brownie and Cubs were a. Pax ffiaTrts^SiS; X^^o-^a^^ arrival. Guide Camp |] Second Claw G •mpMly (Crfrinslo,. Hili Schooll camped at Pax Hill '•-riclay afternoon 3i to Sunday 5th March with Batty Williams as Comrnai JUS Ho/el Clarke. ... Owl of 1st Brownies .yueen College) as Quarts* Ron Orton wa men) %  :,! eaammi lor -.1" .d H full prOaTamane. mi ,ni passed the swimming Needham's Point H Class and other sections ol thu Badge were alto finishedThe Island Commissioner, Miss N Burton. Commissioner for Camping. Miss M. Laborde. Commissioner for Rangers and Mrs. J A Skinner. District Commissioner visited the camp during the weekend and the Guides are j-kin. % %  When may we camp an.. Broadcast Through the courtesy ol the Roy Scouts' Association. UH \ elation, was part of the time they hove f..i broadcasting over Radio Dili. button. Mrs. J. A. Skinner. District Commissioner, gave th, of these Broadcasts on Monday rratdng. 1th Murch lit 6.15 o'clock. At the end of the Broadcast she appealed for Brownie Gulden Will anyone who wished to hel-.i with Brownies, get in touch with Mrs. Skinner. Boy Mansion. St. Michael . The next Guide Broadcast will be on the Monday In May at 6.15 pjn. Brownie Training The next Brownie Training at Pax Hill will be on Saturday, 18th March from 1230—23" o.m SL-XDAY. MARCH m COLD DFJSTL'J, BUFFET SUPPER SERVED EVERY SUNDAY NiCHT From 7 to 1(1 oil %  %  hoarn for . show on i.iBhi and il II boptM ...i in nn-i.i nun n to w i %  %  iilent* 0! mil and Boa %  1 while the lorry's right fender was damaged and thi%  BBC Programmes H SO . M\K< It Ui IM ,10 a in Nwa Aiwly %  1 IS a.n %  %  I '!'• %  % %  %  l" i .t io m Praataaui I'aiadr 8 IS i" Anlli*ila—II. a. flow Dowi II N.n Tt>r Nr* Vi 10 P Bri'jm 1 IS pni Kadio N. p m Rw>'i a Laufti. 2 i llfllin 3-lSi .i pm Tommy 130 p.ni L'ndcc U I • < %  Quartet 4.30 .. pm. En.Uwo* lUndbox • pin r. 6 * p m am i HUISrolMiKl. L'A El <>• N * :: p t. LiUlUll *i IMI IIS p.". ..rnniisiiong per5^,.,,, ,,-. ,.„' i Tunw : i, u. i 1 %  %  %  %  %  i .... • aj i %  Ikadio N. Obituary Mr. Christopher Lm.ll / ,o„_ *~-£>i0j|, Here's a medicine made specialty for It . If you auapect that ihere'i ''aomething wronj" with rout kidneys it genernllY mcaiis that they need a corrective medicine Neglected kidneys gie use to vanout distressing sytnptoms such aa backache, rheumatic pains, lumbago, sciatic bladder disorders with scalding and burning. Thetroublestaitswhen the kidneys grow sluggish and fad to perform their natural function ot helping to filter away harmful impurities from the system. You can restore these vital organs to normal activity by taking Dc Witt's Pills They act directly on the k;dneys and you will very quickly feel the good they are doing. Try them for your trouble. Go to your chemist and get a supply today. in imuii ria-ar !" %  I IN I • \'i II %  B | I II! labour* i MEMORY OF I •minis Hund.47 11 ihutiin l.iu Progra u M on Januai .,•',' .'tin-. ,1 %  It la A H 100 loitOM him1 1 .... Mnm.ri.il ( uiicert %  i anoan %  %  l-ce. '.,1.,.. a| luct Ihc while liriuvli neouiUc % %  -'' Wngtr %  %  I %  I and he (Simmunn % % % %  :. .: week al 10.00 -1st. ill! tilt .' %  %  ^tjsaZ,. ""^.. A new economical decoration for WALLS and CEILINGS Covers >n one cool Supplied in Powder torm in many attractive colom WHITE, CREAM. BLUE. SUNSHINE. GRECI. BUfT, Made ready lor us by mixing 2} pints water wilb5a powder. 5 lb. packages al 90c. pet package WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Hardwow Dial Brltaii 3 p m %  DM UH. t.ci.iall> Bpt I up Ih A,.4l>.i TH P %  ilaw vW i 10 p ' TnIdtltll' I %  % %  The W eaaber lit DAI Sun KUrs: O.U a.m M.n Beiti ft.ll P.l*. KOM (Nat M -' %  i I %  Lighetai: (i ; f "> HiKh Water: 10 57 p.ri I, ,,nl .11 iiittllUl.ilH ML lut.il lor MuHlh l -r-lri da) til tna. I. niitiuturr (Min ) 7 I \\ nul lliir.linn (I %  Ml I I I il ..in. i . Iq N \\ nut Volmil> 11 ntiiea per hour, llari'mrtrr: l a.m.) MASS, (I pm 3a an •They'll l)<) It li\cr\ rime By Jimmy Hatlo Wm Mk<> SUITS wSSsOENSAEeR'ME'S As eSi lS IN F.OR,OA. MR.BUIosSiS S gERMJ0A,A> ysioer>vrL_Be As3 *> TME SUMMER TMEV SELL AiRCON0iTlc~, OP THE MEAT"" • T--. %  a •'. — 4ALLANSW, I*T7 arjrt.AsO er.. %  epNii ei, s.v. HARVEST SALE Good Wuallt. GEOKGETTE —Si. 15 a \d. .vclv designs GINGHAMS tc. a Yd. tana flicked TAFFETAS S1 35 a Yd. IKItSKY SILKS Asst Col's Blc. a Yd. GOLD BELTS —SJc. Ii 76c. IIMIIIIKUSHES. 1^1 i.ji. rANCV BKDTH 11.14 a Yd. KHAKI DRILLS—58, 92. 98c KLANNEI J2.M a Yd. GU. a Ladies' VESTS—2 for SI 00. SILKS, Plain 4 Ptd. WOOLLFJJS IN GREATEST VARIETY SHOES. HATS. TIES and SPORTS SHIRTS THAN! BROS. Pr. Win. Hy. St. ,6 t 42 & 53 Swan Street SUPER SPECIALS For Delightful Dining tl DANISH HAMS •-lit"' to Orarr i \\ \in \\ i oo Hot. KHAI I M V1IIX\AI I IK KTA1L ONHIN> I,KM Ml. CHERRIES IS* IS In,, -I'M.Ill.i n srHk MEAT SAIISE 2's L.VUY UAME SI8AWHERRH .. KRAFT CHEESE .1 MAC'AIKISI HBIN1 \i ,. 1AI U> %  MAYONNAISE l .V )' EltEIIE I'll.t.KIM tlMO Fkss ENGLISH l< IM. I 0 UI .. BiouBB i larn si oai ALLEVNE. AIITIII'II A <•• Ti HIGH CLASS WOOLLENS WORSTEDS CASHMERES FOR MEN AND WOMEN AT C. B. RICE & Co OF BOLTON LANE



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S ii n i %  y !tfrrli 12 |JJO. Sunday ^uttcate^ V rice: SIX IE\TS Vnp 55. 5,000,000 MUST SAY "YES OR NO V Lower Trade Barriers Or Lose $150,000,000 ffoffman Tells ttrittrin WASHINGTON, March n tlABSHALL AiJ AdmmiMi i Paul Hoffman said lo%  JjBrilain stands m In >U.tj0n Four Counts H "AFFAIRS OF THE GEtiERALS" PAR1> % % %  am foMtr char* i lajury to lite security ol the Mpnatloa adarg-> wen i *"#& UH 1|| %  I 111 go into d pr. rment Union %  or not Si ited plan to help liberal! %  its, but tier t > %  %  %  %  %  %  n Intern hu includ• %  %  nvolvad" %  Belgium Today Decides For Or Against Leopold Raids, Bullets And Gangs In Brussels THE RKLO retell for home gelding Oun sue was the winner. in lhe Stalin To Make Plea For Peace (leaving I \fm. S>. P<->i' IT fad. with n |0bcts, furthei if Gem-;.. Part nexotiat Easvtlut of Ion ii-i BBM Generiil Chiiiles Masi stoner in Indott Ike chaice!• gainsi L the Frero Basest his exlr. lilion (10111 r iie ta r. owii'a Mo\rs For inislerial Status hrw KIN< b a moving tow %  I I In the E %  fell* new tin.H ,. I %  (Bitw.ll be I to work the full mmis: WOUlli to the S. %  bt limit: Secroian. who will more in lev to.i Mlnii poirnvni. pmluate ami %  They will continue to j I B) i '"1 %  H The U.K. Increase fcjar Ration ? IN, March 11 hire i \ I Stalin to dramatic pica for %  peace to end the nli ewe -Might. 1 'I'd Slates Qoi %  uM reject i to repls prompt.) tod pul to what they regard as a Russian iff in the foimCr Uototov l retarj M %  %  to Ml Stalin in tWO i tehee In San Franctec i We.in.sdav and Thursday. In them, he is expected to express American willingness to adlai the Soviet-Amencan atomic armaments race, but :. CumiMtaU [only through either the United • March 12. : Nationa or normal levdopment Cor. %  channels. i. togetfata with the British The State Dcpartiu, %  ell%  pressed the j .>tealaUona of %  ithoul the to nuance lhe coun%  i Hi none) -llruirr. C.D.C.WillPay Fair Wages —Says Garvey THREE HORSES S/l \ B.T.C. BIG SWEEP %  %  Mi 1 I Slaintr, Mi A. P. C Lad}] Belle. I Z-OOU] i B.T.C Sweep, will n i %  %  %  %  %  ins in St HOC Ipeaoa which Sovftel | %  nr.tiu.ivc anlii aid Garvey in a radio broadcast. red that CDC ml not -lave wages. I to exiln'ii imnpaign spinweek. ,ie determined that neither the American i %  w r e etenr Europe and At a l>e misled by Soviet nropaganrtrt Mr. Achf-son, who usually con plon the people of British lion, lllrs m ,„,,. duras. despite the colony-wide %  Foreign Pofiei to belief, %  %  lame* the local govcrnment foi l< Bit Corpora, ind claimed D.C. has been advised the Labour Department To. %  £** -L^ itei paid to the Gov. , I Pope W ill Lead Prayer For Peace ON PASSION SUNDAY 1 i world to hold a Paaaton Si (hortation to a. biabopa, the I'ope aaked thai Pat; •mil this year ai a di nee i nd Qu b> .in ..!,• Thi' Pope innounced that he u i.March -'hi in Si I m Rome "Those who through I oil. ua (o Church, shout suiTerino to God, in hun %  %  of God and of no Imp) remnant %  %  %  paid $11.ct %  Bright in %  iu S4B ia Tield Sinnd High The Field Russians Vote To-day %  %  %  I'r.iwU, %  %  %  %  %  %  —Krutri Results W A Glance LAST DAY BRUSSELS, March 11. (ANOSTERLIKE RAIDS, with bullets, home made bombs and flaming arrows, flared up in Brussels less than 24 hours before the Belgian na D toted on whether m restore King Leopold to the throne Four attacks were made on the headquarters of the Socialist Party which opposes Leopold's return— in Brussels last night Trade Talks \V ith German) Interrupted %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  before Congreaiional co. Press conference*, or other lue pMlth Ml hlUi wi th t,.. ited groups, has decided to frankly to th. peopLfl the reasons fM tht Oo% ernmeot'i negative attitude to the oftetuli % %  —Rrutrr and %  *m). will I ^Rtctiun will 1) It' I I .S. May Know More About Atom ilNGTON, March 11. ml mil CJHIC :n-t Dr. . ...... i we being told bomb, a %  ed he kne* %  Lhe thcoi> itled printed youth to Deceived t %  Sailt'tiOIl rOr KepOrt cau>e Irreparable damage to th< r common good. iu,i^d Adrotau Oatftf Miti a U War is the fruit of Mmdnest and r\ii' or-ai'/viN, Mann n hate. Only t relim I i two days ol me i %  i %  i no longer any (oundMMO. !" %  .* ilo lri nflrn villa „ tcnlay ino XhllrTh? b.! Ob mpelling t S I It IV., miw • lopinent Corpora-1 InniUad LoillMlCIII ry lab I If I I'liiwlal i\ r It. ( ,l.lr VI IX.gllUUVV .nice and lb %  I %  -Renter. in • %  ideate la the ixhei that the i*-giiiaiiv^ Council bare will appi log uguru were letioent and asked for t ITH % % %  rea ct ion wai in.il iinida-i bad %  • %  1 M( the propo %  %  of the rignal %  'i^' 11 i' 1 ^' o far thought that tbt i. poii was a challenge to WOM eivil (uncord, and the — Krulrr. Up I am convinced," he %  meet fn>i.. the itntish Carita to the Commute tions a West Indian would by a reality in %  fev. Victor Kryan looked %  he said, stated that the I %  Benata iveuld iwrmaiiv b %  ltd for live wars yet the report recommend tii-st lot of BenaJ i %  ftpotated for ten years. suspicions grew whei he read the report that framer %  ,-Utullun hi Pern the voting papers so as t< mited front %  ) "If these peoj* %  %  th nk it %  .. Tang. C %  vaa conndeiit %  st Indian Islands rappy that Trinidad if ihosthe proposed capital B* Cab' Pope Sees \ oing Spanish PriiMM i I'Y, March II. Marries Again ,u 11. furmvi %  %  Den .in. m Carl birch. Juan, m .i n Vatican Palace. Don Juan himself, Koine with his wife U* %  I'.M M II I ,1 II \l I i ni i.i rim rue 11 %  IHIMI HMO' M n iiu.ii H \i Staiulinaviun Custonifl I nion PoMiMe KHOl %  %  I —teeter %  %  %  I the hecoti '.:• ulrr Ethiopian Terrorist* Kill Italian \ouih i %  Kilo. 59, %  I • An hour later six men In a %  jeep—Socialists said they wore wearing army uniformpast the binldinjc. R> Bred, and wlndowi shatj IdlC'l brown at the building i.nit eel They caused nnce, Tear gea "i round to !' %  All p .ireto Id until fur%  Brutat hi to PI I i'rintn ElizUMtil nd "ii Momlay. %  D in the poll* ol VI %  ilndlns* but i %  avow oi hat 19 %  i Prime 11juiaoulnn if he %  ( the %  I'n political yi %  %  in Air. %  aklng %  m a iwrtrait A| i trcheii i %  from Krutu. vtllaga Kralrr. %  arimege, will b %  %  Pope next week. Hu mi %  h'lilrr. %  lirater. % %  Israel Miniver In Britain Dies LONDON. V. %  Annual ( night leak m feamd ryana the floor > J a ii tt aag rats* at Mail i.-inaUM atai hssaw %  %  be due to K Dutch Ship Burnt AMSTODAM. Um • Holland's bin,, lie 20.0O0-ton passcnp liner Jonan Van Old.-,daiii. it. two of w ho in were %  lievin Has Henri Troubles • i pttel last night : for hearl t s i •1} HIIVKU kl'llIUUIU 1 , vi.) run w. duf to .nl 'll Till-*,—• %  rm^v-nAi nay and ,1, A I OMIC CON rROL WAS! r, I —Rratrr It. ulrr mi-Ma Can Launch -Iroiifi Atom Vtlmk SAYS VANDENBERC Gents' STANDARD MODELS i N.A.P. MINISTERS WILL REVIEW TREAT) i North-Ati <• on April I %  o-dy. %  %  %  CALIFORNIA, %  o-day. %  ow faonij %  Reajgi %  Nv) Will Take Ovei M-nliaiil I'htl IN CHILE %  %  nve day Frames RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE -III IMII 1(11 ,v CO, i in 12 13 IMIO StBEtr


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Sunday, March 12, 1950
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V
rice:
SIX IE\TS
Vnp 55.
5,000,000 MUST SAY "YES OR NO
V
Lower Trade Barriers
Or Lose $150,000,000
ffoffman Tells ttrittrin
WASHINGTON, March n
tlABSHALL AiJ AdmmiMi.....i Paul Hoffman said lo-
JjBrilain stands m In >U.tj0 ., mile- v "llur I'uropaan nattona in a plan
^ trade barriers
fctery Man
Charged < >n
Four Counts
H "AFFAIRS OF THE
GEtiERALS"
PAR1>

am
foMtr char* i
lajury to lite security ol the
Mpnatloa
adarg-> wen
i

*"#&
UH 1||

I
111 go into d pr.
rment Union
or not Si
.
ited plan to help liberal!

its, but
tier t >




.
n
Intern hu
includ-



nvolvad"

Belgium Today Decides For
Or Against Leopold
Raids, Bullets And
Gangs In Brussels
THE RKLO retell for home
gelding Oun sue was the winner.
in lhe
Stalin To
Make Plea
For Peace
(leaving I...... ..............
\fm. S>. P<->i'
It fad. with n
|0bcts, furthei
if Gem-;..
__Part nexotiat
Easvtlut of Ion ii-i
bbm Generiil Chiiiles Masi
stoner in Indo-
tt Ike chaice- ! gainsi
l the Frero
Basest his exlr. lilion (10111
riietar.
owii'a Mo\rs For
inislerial Status
hrw
KIN< ,
b a moving tow
I
I In the E

fell* new tin.H ,. .
I
(Bitw.ll be
I to work the full mmis-
: WOUlli
to the S.

bt limit:
Secroian. who will
more in lev
to.i Mlnii
poirnvni.
pmluate ami

They will continue to
j______IB) i '"1
H The U.K.
Increase
fcjar Ration ?
IN, March 11
hire i \
I Stalin to
dramatic pica for
peace to end the
nli ewe
-Might.
1 'I'd Slates Qoi

uM reject
i
to repls
prompt.) tod pul
to what they regard as a Russian
iff in the
foimCr
Uototov
l
retarj M

to Ml Stalin in tWO
i tehee In San Franctec
i We.in.sdav and Thursday.
In them, he is expected to
express American willingness to
adlai the Soviet-Amen-
can atomic armaments race, but
:. CumiMtaU [only through either the United
March 12. : Nationa or normal
levdopment Cor. channels.
i. togetfata with the British The State Dcpartiu,
ell- pressed the j .>tealaUona of

ithoul the
to nuance
lhe coun-

i Hi none)
-llruirr.
C.D.C.WillPay
Fair Wages
Says Garvey
THREE HORSES S/l \
B.T.C. BIG SWEEP


Mi 1 I
Slaintr, Mi A. P. C Lad}] Belle.
.
I
Z-OOU] i
B.T.C Sweep, will n i



.
ins in St HOC Ipeaoa which Sovftel
|
nr.tiu.ivc anli- i
aid Garvey in a radio broadcast.
red that CDC
ml not -lave wages.
I to ex-
iln'ii imnpaign spin-
week.
,ie determined that
neither the American i
wreetenr Europe and At a
l>e misled by Soviet nropaganrtrt
Mr. Achf-son, who usually con
plon the people of British lion- ,lllrs m. ,,,.
duras. despite the colony-wide Foreign Pofiei to
belief,

lame* the local govcrn-
ment foi l< Bit Corpora-
, ind claimed
D.C. has been advised
the Labour Department To. ** -L^
itei paid to the Gov-
. ,
I
Pope W ill
Lead Prayer
For Peace
ON PASSION SUNDAY
1 i world to hold a
.
Paaaton Si
(hortation to a.
biabopa, the I'ope aaked thai Pat-
;
mil this
year ai a di nee i nd Qu b>
.in ..!,
Thi' Pope innounced that he
u i.March
-'hi in Si I m Rome
"Those who through I
oil. ua '
(o Church, shout
suiTerino to God, in hun

-
of God and
of no Imp)
remnant


''
paid $11.ct

Bright in
iu S4B ia
Tield Sinnd High
The Field
Russians
Vote
To-day



I'r.iwU,






Krutri
Results W
A Glance
LAST DAY
BRUSSELS, March 11.
(ANOSTERLIKE RAIDS, with bullets, home
made bombs and flaming arrows, flared up in
Brussels less than 24 hours before the Belgian na
D toted on whether m restore King Leopold to the
throne
Four attacks were made on the headquarters of the
Socialist Party which opposes Leopold's return
in Brussels last night
Trade Talks
\V ith German)
Interrupted










before Congreaiional co.
Press conference*, or other lue pMlth. Ml ,hlUi with t,..
ited groups, has decided to
frankly to th.
peopLfl the reasons fM tht Oo%
ernmeot'i negative attitude to the
oftetuli
Rrutrr
and
*m). will
I
^Rtctiun will 1)
It' I
I .S. May Know
More About Atom
ilNGTON, March 11.
, ml mil cjhIc
:n-t Dr.
. ...... i
we being told
bomb, a

......ed he kne*

Lhe thcoi>
. itled
printed
youth to
Deceived
t

Sailt'tiOIl rOr KepOrt cau>e Irreparable damage to th<
r common good.
iu,i^d Adrotau Oatftf MitiaU War is the fruit of Mmdnest and
, r\ii' or-ai'/viN, Mann n hate. Only t relim
I i
two days ol me
i

-
i

i
no longer any (oundMMO.
.* ilo lri nflrn villa tcnlay ino
XhllrTh? b.! Ob
mpelling
t S I It IV.,
miw


lopinent Corpora-1 InniUad LoillMlCIII
ry lab
I If I I'liiwlal i\ r
It. ( ,l.lr VI IX.gllUUVV
.nice and lb -

I

-Renter.

. in
ideate la
the ixhei that the i*-giiiaiiv^
Council bare will appi
.
log uguru
were letioent and asked for t ith

reaction wai
in.il iinida-i bad
1 m( the propo

of the rignal 'i^'11 i'1^'
o far thought that tbt
i. poii was a challenge to Wom
eivil (uncord, and the '
Krulrr.
Up
I am convinced," he
meet fn>i..
the itntish Carita
to the Commute
tions a West Indian
would by a reality in fev.
, Victor Kryan looked

he said, stated that the I
Benata iveuld iwrmaiiv b
ltd for live wars yet
the report recommend
tii-st lot of BenaJ i
ftpotated for ten years.
suspicions grew whei
he read the report that framer
,-Utullun hi .
Pern the voting papers so as t<
. mited front )
"If these peoj*

th nk it .
..
Tang. C '
vaa conndeiit
st Indian Islands '
rappy that Trinidad if ihos-
the proposed capital B* Cab'
Pope Sees \ oing
Spanish PriiMM
i I'Y, March II.
Marries
Again
,u 11.
furmvi


Den .in.m Carl
birch.
Juan, m .i n
Vatican Palace.
Don Juan himself,
Koine with his wife U*

I'.M M II I ,1 II \l I
i ni i.i
rim rue 11

IHIMI HMO'
m n iiu.ii h \- i


Staiulinaviun
Custonifl I nion
PoMiMe
KHOl


I
teeter

I the hecoti
'.: ulrr
Ethiopian Terrorist*
, Kill Italian \ouih
i
*

Kilo. 59,

I
An hour later six men In a
jeepSocialists said they wore
wearing army uniform-
past the binldinjc. R>
Bred, and wlndowi shat-
j IdlC'l
brown at the building
i.nit eel They caused
nnce, Tear gea
"i round to !'
All p
.ire- to
. Id until fur-

Brutat
hi to
PI
*
I i'rin-
tn Eliz-
UMtil
nd "ii
Momlay.

D in the poll*
ol VI

ilndlns* but i
avow oi hat 19
i Prime 11juiaoulnn if he
( the

. I'n political
- yi

in Air.

aklng

m a iwrtrait
A| i trcheii i

from
Krutu. vtllaga Kralrr.


arimege, will b
Pope next week. Hu mi

h'lilrr.

lirater.
'
Israel Miniver
In Britain Dies
LONDON. V.

Annual (
night
leak m feamd ryana
the floor > J a iittaag rats* at Mail
i.-inaUM atai hssaw

be due to K
Dutch Ship Burnt
AMSTODAM. Um

Holland's bin,,
lie 20.0O0-ton passcnp
liner Jonan Van Old.-,daiii. it.
two of w ho in were

lievin Has Henri
Troubles

i
pttel last night :
for hearl t s i
1} HIIVKU kl'llIUUIU 1 ,
vi.) run w. duf to .nl 'll Till-*- , rm^v-nAi
nay and ,1, A I OMIC CON rROL
WAS! r,
I
Rratrr It. ulrr
mi-Ma Can Launch
-Iroiifi Atom Vtlmk
SAYS VANDENBERC
Gents'
STANDARD
MODELS
i.
N.A.P. MINISTERS
WILL REVIEW TREAT)
i
North-Ati
< on April I

o-dy.



CALIFORNIA,
o-day.
ow faonij

Reajgi
Nv) Will Take
Ovei M-nliaiil I'htl
IN CHILE

nve day
'

Frames
RALEIGH
THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE

-III IMII 1(11 ,v CO, i in
12 13 IMIO StBEtr


I'M.I IMC)
SUNDAY AIIWM \ll
SUNDAY, mar.
TOD\T U< I*IMIM|M. rill I
If** a a> 4 at
MASSAtftti
RIVER
y^
WMIIOl K KMBViltQN
:z-
HER ROY.\
Prbwi
on iu -i-

Qcuub Calling
Hi
* wa
Distinguished Grganiat
In Barbados
Beautiful Hospital
pvl: and Ml H llopkii
ROYAL !vVorli.,r,.>|
NO BM '.'. 1.1 :iay
Moiidat Night si S..10 p.m.
HAaoW M- POPKIN rw
BRIAN ELLA CHARLES HELEN
DONLEVTRAINES OOBURN IVAtKER
I it
THE vlotting rx.n lOSta at Cacrabank.
.
vear | D V 11 H m ( kins thin to any or.<
M v i) M as itlftjl nosplW
IK ai tt ;
workers and the
>f the Organization hag bi
Inni.
! It u. surely, the first Unw that T w _
'.ent in Organist boJ lo "uc" taxation
>hort*. and Barba DEHMUUA will short!.
that Dr
mm is lonunarc in nun i ** three mv .->* i
Karri ha- ewe -. Stanhope Joel and ha,
Mi's 1 month old daughter |
A At A A .
mvstvrl
I EMPIRE Till: \ l ill
Til Ml.Hi .1 I l| ,.,.
Iii "SOUTH "I PAGO PAGO"
v. m
IFI I1HAI1NA QKNI l<>< K1IAHT
Mill Will Ihosr pnson. a .. Iu\r HHlMlll ( 101 l
111 l iimmunlratr
with Ihr Booklm Offwr as m,oh as pn.it I.
ROW i III AIHI
ni-NK.in i.a.i Blwii : M
lr
ii re
In I ri - ii TEXAS"
Ami 'MADONNA OF TIIK DESERT"
With
LYNN I
Jgfitcr i
ii Monday m ,.mg up their home in EngU,,.,
log al 5 p.m. this month and leaving
Among many important poai island colony. Mr. Joel is
h Ilr Harris has bald of Mr. Harry Joel, who u chairm.
' President of in- of Johannesburg Consoli.lv.
College of Organ its vestment Co. High taxation o- the
'art 1947 and line reason for Mr Joel's mow II,
itions are ronslderelil. says taxation la so prohil.:'
include 'The Hound i England that he could not nlTord
i '" Carnegie I to keep hlr racing stud if
i ung at tho tlnued to live th.rc
lion in i37. and i.n nag
1 Learie On Television
f KAHIE CONSTANTINr. f.m,-
i'i mual. L, ous Weal In
rs^jsr^nT :
>n A Few D.v. Vi.it '' # '"" "> '
H '.V I A on

On A Few Days Vltlt potrible feat by appearing on Uu
ON H a CUKE, O.B.I VAV Wtvtalon programme oi
day evening. Lcarir
by well knn .
'tar Wilfred Pickles m\
him what he. ai a coloured man.
thought of Englai'd gjho.
from two film.-, on- shown-..:
[gOalie doing welfare worK during
and the otheT In bli
vn guise as a cricketer

rcreen during the interview. Be-
fore he left the studio Lome
raid thai When he has passed bJj
law examinations ho will return
to the West Indies to continue the
v.vii.,1. work he has begun over
here
DM GATES
Hasting* Hotel. They are two
Canadians from Montreal, Mr.
Ben Tishler. who is
with Adam Hats and Mr. Ben A
UsheroiT, a repr<
hasthM li..t ktfg Co., ta ataatnMl
Mr Tim'ki "> very pleased,
when he Baked if they were any
horse races in Barbados to hear
that theo were boom ihat .imt
day.
"High Tyme"
El
"II th" l-HKi'l I

debut at i\ c ace ol I
i

he studied singing under
I
Hull concert art! I
dine ng under Bud.lv Bradley.
the West End dance prodi:<'i
Gates a pp.
Their Majestic-, in th.
Variety rVrfor.nance of 1"
th. l'_.Useum The..;
and in a special perform.*!.
"1066 And All That" Bt Uv
ace Theatre, whi-h grai tttci *ea
.. princess Elizabeth and P.in-
ccat Margaret Rose
He also appeared in otluI
End Musicals His last I.
appearance was in 194
singing sar of The W
Tktatre, London Hi I
' laenj"
May Build Lurge Vodrrn niiia
Hotel
B'".*thet '
' .,
st tu

K to se i
born
" *n
i
were inter'1-'

half rf
itomT""
:!iev K(ii-j'mi
in the Virgin islnuds: locnl labour '^turning7h>Tik!?
and m.iterieil would .. "**
the butlcUnj ^cturntd I0
Amenc.-iii A I
- ' tel, ha *A
i (m
family
"nent fnur r_ ""***
It's a Ship
GLOBE
Tonile & Tuesday 8 45
DEADLIER
Than a snub-nosed bul!ot...
TOUGHER
Than a big-knuckled fist...
OLYMPIC THEATRE
TO-mi.in i.i.i Ikn
20lh (' -1
El IRK
In nil BNAKE PIT"
M I sum . uu I8DA1 Mi.1.1 I I' M
In COME Til Till STABLE
SttMrtigul. .
$ih)QJiwate
I i |n"in>
Coffee Spoons
I run Simons
( tki D
Utitter Disbes
l.ntit DWm i
.i It.mis
Itutl.-r Sets
N i i hi- I mmi .mil
ir All i. \>i\ id'.isun.iiiir Pricai
PLANTATIONS IJ.MITi:
TOOLS! TOOLS!!
MR. CARPENTER
Gave Ut The Idea
"N
OMCAN TOSELA.NU.
'.....Bee .. M^iKigei '

.i'l6""* 1
about ccmiiitf to Barbados for a
ingley .md Ur. Prancei U
lady doctor, who both corne from

m and they I.
jraatarday b> T C A. and are
Slaying at the Hayings Hotel
At Seawell Yesterday

der, fioni
1 Kitchener Ontario, wh.
! him thut
h- will be leaving Barbados on
March 89Ui to vl
was in Bermuda fur ISO days, but
found it very cold. She was not
where she was staying
as she had made no rcm-rvatun
Mrs. D. M. M
Toronto wa* auothsr arrival In
T.C.A. She .s here for
staying at tho Marine Hotel
Brought Two Friends
MR. J. C KJtIINDLKI
WUltam C '
.'. t 'IT \
holiday ,il hi I
h me in i i
He lives in Oi
.
four >
He brought t..
him who will be stayl] i ai th.i
about Winston Chur.iull's
iuppo-4i! viBBt to Trinidad. A ship
I
chill,"
bound for Tl ng the
passengers on board Is Mr H T
Edwards, who iM coming to loin
bad** Staff of Bl
Bank.
Brooch Or Insect?
MR. H. W I.AHKIN Who i
Mas In To-
ronto, is tn Barbados f"
month's holiday, and Is accom-
panied I
They wen- ut the Rs*CS
Carib noticed that Mr^. Larkin
faring a brooch on i
the sleeves of hor drew, which

much so that several peor.<
to knock It off her dress, much to
nuaement. They are guests
i
Returned Unexpectedly
Mlt aim Mrs. (.erald Cnffln
daugiitcr
il.ul. nMd to their

a holiday as guests at Can
Hotel.
\l; G raid Griffin is a shipping
return unex-
pected! : the shipping
Now Reported
LAST Apr.l it was anm>.
dish. only daughter of th.
K
later i w

'.; I Mui
'
iamas
rl
Mi i \

She \* Mi aha aing l
Orchid,
Aith .: ,.

rag.

vei

The Beit Pi

..1-:'S,
Hotel.
AfCATK 4 II II (IKDMA Member* Onlyl
MONDA1 HI DNUO \^ vk.hi .it k.io
UAVII) Nl. N
in "KISS IN THE DARK"
with VICTOR MOOR! WAYNE MOltHls
iWrORD
Harnrr Rrw.. 'bi utm Beraea Mieaeai
FAIUNE how dim.
on holiday here for
-ill leave the Is.ami lets
m the) year for New York
The cast of the Revue "High
> those taking part an
Greta Bancroft. I :
Cook, GiUan Skew.
Skewea-Cox, Flor.
Pauline Bowding, p
gerald. Wendy M
Packer, Madeline 9
Ke .
Tym.
Th.- Revue has bean ;
on W.
' au'lllll
th deslg&rtd. and tl>
of well known |..
will be played by the
Hand, under the dirwton of
Cast. Raison.
Looking Forward
AFTER .-pending one month Dl
' Mr and Mm. Ba i!
Williams arrived hen- on I
1
I Lynch "f H
It, Lawrence
Mr. Williai'
1
, -. |B.|

take.i
U, the \.'i i. .

looking forward to being able I i

.,"i the) onl} have
. from
what be and his wlfi
going to bs
enjoyabli
Second Visit To W.I.
THIRTB


' Indies, in U I
ii Hai-i
i : econd Wi
I
Ocean Wlev the) hope
Canadian Barrister
Mit (
know
iron \ Wm
rttl I. tkl
' ' vail a,
> '" pUn io ra
One Of The OH,
M" j .'A1.T0K, k
". "i* i a,
Hardnr, *^
Onttrio, .ii-a.
lor., riolid.ja.IMUa
liank and , "
art.
"" f. JS
west at t|"5*
Keturninj , y
4R. mi (,. "
I) lor ArilCSi
L' ""'"' ..... 'uv,o5JV

intraaiit
jyiH am
GRETA llAM'RDt i
Latest Arrivals
SAILIN0 ......:h f,

will bo '
Ihr



I j
vato oniei



V hitn laigj
maU ;naniis
A ciLnxacfejf|H
from -vherc they ... .*
other plane (or f
Humpai
' 'own. Mn. i __.
"'.in and the, 5J
nths' iiwidar mol
Ittlc btly mil
a mmhm
tic .(ntli,
long air fiigtai
Cjmingi And f
MISSrXJRAlBBO
WelfaRjL.
tl on Frietr I
Kill...
Kenric
' of Tin
i rseai) I
i nod YatTj
i.slH. AstK"
foi Agm
ind WrtfCT j
Mn Ht*
tinned ft-
V I.A.
".. :.' i
(H-eii m Trinidad for li
unival retunnHlfl
I ;.a.
BY THE WAY . .
OLYMPIC llli % I in
A GRAND VARIETY SHOW
Wa mi i) i.tth ami u t;u \t:st> I) ISlh
al 8.30 p.m.
(On Stage I
.....f and Sea reals of Strength Warner and
Lorraine I'm
HANI) HAI.AV INC.. So.M ; ft TAP-DAM KM by
I'KIK'V WKI.ru TRAPEZE Sit .
COMEDY by Colin Johnson
Adagia and Sibonc.v < i<
A Popular Band in Attendance
l-KU L.V Tit U, Hmmr 3*. Baicany U, BoKea M
A i ORRZSPONDENCB about
golf reveals the reason why
ilk up to the
into it before putting It
is because a toad once e
the ball.
-thjsc player once saw a
- head sticking ssj|
hole, .i
the rules to remove
the holes. On the other bin
you find a stag in a bunker,
according to Mr. Bernard Dar-
v iii and Rule 26. it is "an ,
te the matt h You may
n as you woul
i Unooeroi bal
'i"ki'
Ihr anVaaSaaV Siamlul
IT became known ymmmJmmJ thai
"Lefty'1 Warblow. 4i he is
St Narkover. had go
house back from tho bookies by
threatening; to publish Something
I lust discovered shot
three of them. The book
BOS n-i..mptd. Smart
sai.1
v fool." he sak

od all lh<

Ung u prettg
Warblow. "and
.
"When pnrenk
Smart-AJIick.
Io th) thli k '..

1
negative of a photogi
Chairman with one h>

,11 U
Humaiuv
TH IXack corporal v-ho te i
i.it a :. .
lady he subaeqtieitil>
lucky. 1 knew a afioi
tO fall off a lot lp Of >
barmaid in Thri
By Beachcomk
.
lap t>' '* ut aa|
men ***
:hn fananl
She Ihrew tin aaaw
. .,
;..iiidfeM M
and w a ssdi
Interlude
I'roduoK. And is*J
Mp#.'i/ Genuya*J
.i.i hold u*i
ihoa wittF
hor under :h***"^?fg
, | but urawai
know }iu-jilu
"''' fEnri
..:: nil !
. liw ,_.
me by a manMebVw- ^
one of them ^.""Xl
IT his-iP>o *
...U(-jld *'
BAWI UWlMIKs
l'l\Ms lack, Sui.M.itiii.;; Illo.k and Kabbil
m LaV SI'IKIT 1 I AH |
BK.UI | U| \m I,KILLS
DOPING *u\n i LM ikon-
TAJHJ \nis SIKLW DKIVIKS
Oat BTONI B BTC, I u
I SELECT YO0RS EARLY
THE CORNER STORE
Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE
and MAKE Cycling a Pleaeure
We can offer
GENTS. LADIES and the POPULAR
SPORTS MODEL
Ala*. ..
Cjcl. Lifku,
Loelta.
l'oliahlng I lull,.
Oil Cans, and
Lubricating Oil.
*-- CROWN GINGER BEER "*
HAl\DBx\G 3
THE BARBADOS
CO-OP! KM
I HI I0H r.U'-
TOY UMTRD
for your Easter
N*
Choose Now :
Pineal 6 Pat*f*
\ j Black. White, ran * *
$309 to $6.41 ,shades
xew spijns BLAcDKES1aGNr *l*
Undtr the-Dollar'' Dress Values now displayed in '"* W
AT
EVANS & H1TFIELDS S


TT
jjarjarci Sullivan
In Ciieer Film
(y frederirk Cook
BfS&"
M \II\V \0\1H \ll
PACE THKtU

MUST COMPOSERS
RELY ON FILMS?
*> IVs-aSK. fill
fail lo
iturti cteiduetoi-
II. :i.r ok*.
".- .-
\

31 ill! Be
.1. ft
S ii
J^, pteturt eellu-
R__iuit Sulla.-'
the neceasi:i
was In will be at a disadvantage in this
0
"te as contempor- because there .re not onouae.
IHI > in Britain lo .How
'"a *-h"e hop lies lo amount lo much
r Walton ol thi If any of thcae composers
let hour Holbrooke Hubbr.. Rawsthorne, a>rdon
bLJ *": J*cob- B" L">
rev. Annur Benjamin (I menu ..
n" was rather be- "w name, at random, ..ddinj a
-eing !hat a good protev-.ive E and O K
i butors to English lllrmure
lime of late years. Their 'hey would occupy positions rnk-
i e .. bovi
Al The in.-in..
ii
\iina May Wonj
Is Back
By G.B.
______________'"' miubi,
;:;^peo*unc^.
ihe Sdi^fiK;
For Amateurs
IMnUhl
Impact" plawna
He Mde of the
oad not killed, and It U the
ver who loses hts life whan the
2Sa,r"*" '"" a truck loaded
ith high ocune
n.
ipenlni:
Bwr"?" th,
" -
{JTie mu-si >'"l,are t0 di* in ,0
Sta1 time. Thr mil
loo fur f nnp ....
-mic o/ the com- Snow Martin Boyd.~John Brophv,
.,.,. H E. Bate*. I wonder whether
y understood by ins public -'"..nan Willisms and Arnold n;.v
writufn in what amounts **M be able To keep bodv
Gardenmi; in QssbsbjkbJ
To be the proud possessor I
iuccessful aorden some knowledge """id-with the hi |
tV rosily nd, hm-TT ,ra .Y|
n in Idaho where h. HaSS
in brief, conc-rr.s th. to remain cTT.,,, me .
ittempteii murder of her hus- wfth hi picture
iru' with lav thf ,rf ii-,-. suconslul garden some knowledge N"KI ulln mc ncip or ner lover as
Williamson Nell Gunn ( |. <" Mrdenlng is essential It is dls- ;" -he ife of a business mm
Slta' i rS ,L heartenlne lag, as "' This pleasant lit!
all ihe papen

BB| nwiUVIUl? _-------" "ST -^m_*^ Vs^ll,? all I
.......luaaji which only ,oul 'ogtther by thr-ir compaa tlon
few people can .*ad. To prinl
ps
Turin., th*' '
JiViv*.-* L
' _, >ne day
.-' '
M wife, goes oil on a second
Rspoa
garra:.-: S
gm i betti
alone.
The novel ut. of
the wealthy San rranclsco
m who had been killed
lO be earned at
.
r. Colorado. iv-
Hook of Barbados, borrow ------------------------
one and rend it: it will be *rcat
) n-irden 'blind"
this 10 often results in ;
after failim- -
'- ivobodv recoe-
i iiwed him' Working u a motor

&C010V it.
,|.r>"
CROSSWORD
-.. new com-
postiions; new music, In fact
MM, fur .-xainuic .if U -l one* demnad by tm
itYtS* WD"gt *""
.' poor tnglish youth of aBUAH
mijtiu endow the world wnn an-
other G minor quartet, but
wouldn't be able to dive his time ur Pntfcmi
"he enureiy to com positionnot in llu* Ml llt manuring
* ** period, even, when more money an<* an occasional mulch of humus
:v,l' KllH||-|-
'fnPQMn or the wiw nil
i^niiuiiu Rubbra He produce-
d though he has
rrom the inal-and-
nd stands at
nil
U1.J -vmpbony
hejp. Also discuss gat.
whenever you get ih
\penenced gardener-
am more of I,-
that way U book.
In gardening it is necessai> lo
understand thre<> thing?:
(1 > The right soil for your plants
(2) The position thev prefer
shede, N i: S
(3) The rlgbl
whM) to plant
Soil CosWhttsu
Speaking of local soil cone |
1.1'ESS SI All
eon for a long time
- spying of The pans
ncome from the
" tax has
ucted, pay for hs book

cuttings from the
lawn mower or leaf mould No
uddition of lime is necessary as
The- pcr/ormance of music. N
use io tell him to write for the our so" h*8 n.",tur*1 Umc ^eposiU.
films. He tnight enrich bis purse ,
1_ IsaBB i.( St \i| IraMstl I
\ll.. |
t aVwrry sd:.io can Do put 10
km. .
IU Km <
I pMSSj
t&aM m
BSd. *-.:
MS J. .
. Bj
or
iej>nant.
_. siti-riirvttve. |j|
> *in s ..in. <4|
-
: (41
ur outfit. i*i
SOW- 'uliL (g)
QUaioal producUun. WilUair. Wa.-
lun has compose.;
^^embered^rir'''
is lor llw compoacrs lo save
'ini.iio In ihemselvcs; or rather, to help
months.. The author of themselves to a portion < von
b0"*0"1 "" copies slight portion, of the largesse given
,ual the many through Ihe benevolent channel.
composer of Ihe of the Arts Council and so on
"..xl really great slnng quanet. 144,000 annually lo Co vent
only hop,, il m Gardtn alon^in support of Ihe
id no doubt there muldkiiai, ol music, the distr.-
itors. In short, lo those
hen we sell music.
laai we
--------- ... ,..,s. ni.,t,, ,s ours*. .
but onl>- at damage to hi. ...ou, "" ol s' A,K
Pen nianun red the
best manure, and. (juo'ing from thi>
"
potash, and hu been lern i
fool-proi
Some plan1
a hgni a
i
conditions that youi plant raq
I'osition
J garage owned and
operated by a very attractive war
l la Itainea he sees in
the papers lhal b
or attempting i ,r.. i, ,, ,,
ier lorar, who. II turns
' Eventual-
ly his 10.
due lo the persuaahui of Klla
Kaines. liv aaMag irlurn to
I police, the
i mi him. and he
i d "f ihe nturder of his
I. ,.,!..
i details lo the
.lorv that are loo devious to go
"ut il ii all lied upnrnt-
UH-J conclusion
who is a most
-i narform.
OU IL.ln.-s, as
'^rfajhtlirr-
b and sym-
path] II. h n Walkar,
. 1 MipUOSC
I .oll.lhf
. '' hi, role uno,
Dawn Kl
I .
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wottio corvaicKT assiavrn
*
.Incl Cm/IMC '.I.
Ol
tiivsma of a seUln,: nwt* >
'
:ri -. -t uiMit the
Ski mf twnd f, (7)
Pf> tt ft tUBCISOt laHMa* IBOM,
Down
_ 111 srou;id tin luvcUanica
mm d*
4. u*tort iy-v-"~ oinei-jut ajuub to
J BfOlUIU V, timiHMlSOe to
tbt 1*8,1 l.| 4)
II 19 Sltfc
I 101

Duiavturad
jnrii
J, 'Blt.
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ier Me
a w
CRYPTO*Jl OTKHere', hot. to ork it:
aSTBLIAAXS
- i. o > u r e L l o n
Or.c leucr simply aland) lor another In this example A U used
lor th. two Ol. etc Single letters, apoe-
trophns. the length and formation of the words are all hints
Each day the code letters are diOerent
A Cryptogram (raotallsa
KL Id KL 10! NLUC KAATKBCO
LKC EBUVCM LUI-ATKBNBC
who I" ictlmes a plain
that absolutely refuses IC
thrive in will
shade or
.
will lie
I tint played an. part
rase
i
trainv Annu.il seedi Mnesc uc-
whorn I
to Jaiiuai i
i I hnven't



11
I* J li UM
tow'in '
_ R,,|;ii
S K -'

] Rupert and the Caravan4S
operate , pulling in the p
irisernble punj lhln| When thu ;|,(. n ,,lted ^ %Tt
to waste anv ( orted to. Th<
note u ( .,ii lown
- iihtful m their
tinpluity

it and cut H out "i
Time to Plain
Next in in
.right lime to plant Thl* applies sj alwa)
Srspeeiallv to AsMUtsa at thes shertei renU-U
I the wrong
fireyMgfj
Vex,
Hehael V.
I
I'aK
i

it tbr dim
..., Um is it, suns out io
al rhat rrrjiuic," nsoans Sun.
"Ai.d to ihinli ;hai I nearly caughi
ilidi pants I "Cheer up," says
Rupcn biCJthiCi-ily. Thmas may
not be as bad at lhal. |un srait
and Kr whai I've breught you.
Rrdcnao dotoo'( knew ih.i i've sag
f\io Use foryou,teo/
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY
ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD!
ur "PO.VDS" assist rov.
COLD & VANISHING CREAMS-
FACE & TALCUM POWDERS-
LIPSTICKS HAND LOTION-
SKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC.
SrOCUS BY ALL DIALERS.
Palmolrve Beauty Plan
proved by Doctors
brings lovelier skin to
mi women out of J in 14 days!
An-1 tsjtiOal >iors(inc]udinRlc.i(i'
specialUis npatt thai the l'.ilmuli\<- Bern hi a finili.
MM in ih. OOsBsp UOm <<\ J ""
UcllIliU, hulKcildf iiiipiindiKill.'. Wa
5
YOUR SKIN. too. can lie hnprored in 11 da\>!
All \oii Ihmm tn do it "..al ilirsr women did: blknt the MkWkUve Bc*ut> 1*1.m."
^t.hi pod
uiriplr
/ M'aiA yuut jui with /WnWuv S
2 ../ii.iiy ill ruh, f^wr-of/ UUm u >** lull
minute.
i days ,ind ptovc lot youi-il ili.it the
^juiy Plan Leap thM

M-.l-.l' I HAT .MIKMllJ-IIM. ( flMIM.KXION
MODERN CLEARANCE
Itll.INS TU-MORROVI
MOMIIV MARCH 13th
It U the biggest Sale in ; ears, you will find a large
-.election of timely item- drastirally reduced. Our
Good* in slock now wrr l>oiij,iii at pre-devalualion
prices .mil for this (l.KAUANCK SA1.K we have many
items further reduced to :iw you an opportunity for
real savings.
ON SALE
I .lllll'S Ill-INSI'N. II..HS1 .l.llS. Hailtl-
Itiiys. St... kiliys. I nili-ri. . A II1IIIV
illiirr liiiK-l. Ill ins.
S.IMMI l.ailirs H .M.llrn Snrulers
Rose. Maize. Blue and Red Regular %
irclnrrtl lo S'J. IO
i.niiis niniisis
:io ssssassaM ID Vafasss
iiiiiii n> m _'..;o
' .nlii s Orrssrs
Uemiltu up it. $15.00 rrdurril lo S:i..tO
An Silk Slips
Repilau- $4.12 rr'liirrd lo 'i...O
i'liislii- lliiiitllutits
Values up to $6.00 reilurrtl lo Si-.O
I 11 IMI1U IlllltS
Keguiai $4.35 n-aliirrtl lo '2.UU
I'ruvrl Ovrrni||li lliis
with Zipper, rralurr.l lrom$4.50 loS2. IO
I..lilil-s Hlellliliti Suits
...liniil lo *VMMI
HiiIiIm i ll.uiiMi 4 CaaS*
Urgtilar $1.08 rriliirral lo liO i-rnls
I'urr Wm.IIii, lllanU. Is
Single Bed Size S laaU
Woollrn flu all Hiilrriul
5ti inch vMiitli Senaaliunal Bargain
rrdurril lo S.'!.
I'lusiii Showrr lurlainw
Prelly Kloral Ueaign Regular $4.t>6
rrilurrU lo Sil.OO
..liis Slai-ks
I.' Only Sizes 14 and 16 Regular $3.60
riiliinil (o SI.IUI
% i-lliin I'olislli l s
Regular ^ize
I lor n I.OO
3amask Serviettes
Regular Size-
:i lor % I.OO
\ Ladies Handkerchief.
Moral Regular Size
a itr a i.oo
Ho.. Ohs
I ranspaxcoil Plastic
I I rrills ua. ii
IV. ii! I ..i i inUs
Special Sale Price
8 rrisln
I'lmlrv lovsi-ls
Linen l* inish
I Ism- S I.OO
Paper Serviettes
While only
-OO for 9 I.OO
Ladies Cotton Vests
Aaaorted Srzea
2 lor |.
" !. s II. Its
Assorted Colours
21 rrsali, each
l.irls lie hs
PlsaticSpecial (or
School*2:i mils
*luii ni.ii lli-isas til Soli- I'rin-s tll.it
ur*> loo uusui-roits lo iiii-olion io this
siimr. we lln-ri-(oi-i- suigiirsl an rarl*
loilrro for real Stiiut{s.
'tModtrn ZDress Shoppe
BROAD STREET.



SUNDAY ADVOt Ml
Spring Meeting
Concluded
Events
SUNDAY, MAttCH

nntrol hove refus-
f Control to
man in thi- 1950
Wc5l Ill(... mort important Mibject

THIRD DAY
SI*INTKKNTH RACE
March Hundicap
Seven of the entrants wv
-ratched and the remaining W
were soon off to a good start with
Silver Bullet. Dulcibelk.
Ability were scratched leaving *
field of six. They got off in bunch-
ed position and Shortly
the River Sprite (Yvonet) took
over the lead. There wen
Racing Results
THE perforn mm ol v.
to say by
101

' 1 SLAINTE
J. INFUSION
re are so s coRFU .
g of 1850
inhered. Right nuw I have not decided which was the TIME: 1.58J
been Informed SSfSSmfIbTov^int -th'" * * ""<*""* WgUrcn-. because FORECAST: S26.16.
tiich I misjudged mo-l al the meeting just past. ALSO RAN: Tibcrian Lady 11J2 lbs A. Gonzal.
I ,(,,!( ; i. was a filly who struck me as one nol lbs. Yvonet I
Good. FINISH ,
infusion" ridden by Holdc, Mini tancc"of"iensrth an,, a" half" sep- *. ""'l^'th ZZZ 'thaTI TBAMB Mr"? 0*C%2J32*'
over to pass the Stands for th, nW K. wared during the course of the meeting that 1 IKAlNhH Mr I O i Peikin.-
i the impression after hav- The Held raced somewhat evenly 'here """.'^ Homestretch when-
lhe Jamaica (or Kmlme ,nd thcn S|mntl, Swiss Doll (A Gonialea) emerged
...i l._j *-. ihtirAw tiip jam ii ----------> ------ _----- rm__i__.. from the pack winner
[IB rt-itll III* "i ,. | IU1 Hiiuniun: dim "ini .iiiiiiiu- ......._,___..__ ____
Cricket Board ,l,r?,T>h iMaWsM (Payne up) forged ahead. The lead from th.iptfj ...oner by ""_,__,. mllch courage. I am now willing to hearlUy lake back START:
' '" ,h" ,9S" Wpfl w only held for n short time, length from River Sprite . .? __ t..........-------., .......,
AT GARRISON SAVANNAH. 9ATURDAT ..,
WEATHER Fine . *C" II Us
I7lh Race: MARCH HANDICAPClaas n jM lI2A5K His
$125)9 Forloar, """-
138 lbs. Mr. I o. C Perl, ,
.. 116 lbs. Dr. II .*,*_
.1 T lbs. Hon. J. D. Sdle,Jt*^aS5
PARI-MUTUEL: Win $4.50; PUce^^*
iRre.gJ
'
I vim \\ \TION Aral time in this position f-.| lowed horso inSun Queen
nfLM*n dosely by River Sprite and Slainto
ii*st Mulain here and now fur Iba U-nefii f those who shared in the order mentioned
"*{[", rtlcle. Paralng the live furlong do'
, the article was that there was some exchange of pla
of the British and Tiberian LadyJook over the
i the article was that there was some exchange of places
of the British tud Tlbatlafl Lady took
ontrol would not have broken new ground _and third tyWon TWENTY-FIRST K \( I
Creole Handicap
thC Mli
Four ui the eight antri
rattened and the remaining lour
1 itt ovtr-
... nr*-ii-n! lienrini! in mind the circumstances along the Hastings stretch Corfu
. g| in the ,939 West Indies came prominently Into the picture *",' s
moving up.
There was a joetling for positions
.....mmiim i as the field raced past the .lock
MIST SIPPORT W.I. Dul ,,,, maintained
which led up to

r-haros II
weight.
m reason to change my opinion on her showing n
two wins on Ihe second and third days of the
n-eetini: top weight she out-fought Pharos II on both
: as a Ally with tremendous courage if nothing l. APRIL FLOWERS
else. True belli races were run in slow time, but Water, nan never
load lor her bid al the finish of either and therein * "-". ruu"
lies her true merit ttaybi I was too hasty in judging her on her 3 MOPSY .......... 1U8 lbs
nly. "Mt\ " PAH1-MU
While on thU .subject I might as" well say that in my opinion 1 ruttfcCAbT: S23.U8.
18th Race: ST. ANNS HANDICAP< | ,; ~ .
(SIM. SS5I-7'; Furlonm ">-
C. HiwUbiI
1 iiawkinj.
133 lbs
117 1b.. Was K. C. nJS*r ?- M*,
us-. Mr. V. Case. J0?U> ?*,
1UEL. Win: ss.41,. i5g.*;B!55
Bowmanslon ridden by Crossley thought Bowmanston should have beaten her in the Creole Handicap MMfh}i^-r}.^''1^, 'i?0.',',";
^-^S?i"iu
the clock Bowmanston ridden by Crossley thought Bowmanston snould nave beaten ner in me v.reouj naimic.p------- ---Z"m^r'rt^"~ ": im,rKf"i "Us ftienon,,. in,
her lead, was soon in the lead and pa ..relay. I do not know to what extent the sore shins, which this STAl^:: i(/^'' U iirt,^.' TUP'
for home, the stands for the Unt time offering from, played in her defeat, but after vvi.-.stH: j-yr.^jld ho bf JJa.ue tVunSi'u3 i"*^ >
istled by tms position juat about a 1.. ,., . ., n,.k,.. .,, . ,. and ,hen Holder taking IKAlnitB: jjusa c. c. ilawuiii.
1 '._- however SUlnte. hustled by trm, position )u.. about a tea, .., anil then Holder taking Ik^Tk: YnsiT CTh^ST "ml-n* >^
Infusion took eacond place money some exchange of places then Io,k ui '" run through Ule very solid body of mother HI 9 tur|0 Si
0 N.'il brought Watercress on the outside LAU^ HKL1 h.
" for home Pharos II (Holder up> ind -von the race. I am therefore not satisfied that Watercress is 2 BATTALIUN . ... 122 lbs! Hoii. J. D. Criandle,0*'' '^
'''I" "'"rkle"^!
.i.t in the minds of responsible wesi
Indian ,!',n .,.,,,'
. Mil >tan.l up
' ....."
Hug to the Fre.1,1.
COACHING Ml in I)
). DL'LCIBELLA
TIME: i.Ui I-j.
117 lbs.
Turning to Slainte's three wins in B class I shall write it down ^ JjlitlCAs"^ si'liu
.h.splays of a Uonheurted horse that I have yet jj'lAHi: Uoou.
Mr. R. 11. Mayera. JjS2,tJ*
PAW-MUTOEuRt'l
rvent to the fore. ,ne |:- printing or staying.
Watercreht hustled by 0 UON-HEARTEDNESS
came out from the Held however
to challenge Ud ovtrtaii
leader and to win the race bv .1
neck. Pharus II was secuiui |1M1 "'" asJWMI '-ices hen.- and in Trinidad last WINNER:
ill not impressed that he was of any particular conse- TKAltstH:
Mm Stpirmber Song on the tlrst day certainly ___ mw-rtw*: ..v,....... ~----------------------^
..day I was convinced that he was -Wi" R"^ IU*2f11 ,VJJl"IC*P~Cta" C " """Hi
; three times, his weights being 130, 133. J lu""
Yesterday,
a length in front of Bowm.-
TWKNTY SECOND RACK
FINISH: Close hm
5-yr.Hjld tun, O.T.C "ecs, j
Cux.
i
-------exchange of plao
by reachmg the Judge lust a neck laix bul fllmn We sira,giu ,
GRAVE IKH'IITS ahead of Corfu. A protest against
the winner was raised hut the re-
. T ,u,. Cricket hoisting of the blue flag after some
I o-..,, .. been refused by Ihl Waal In.lies Cricket time Indicated that everything wa.'
rcl ol !niJHSi a" rlsh'
I KIIITKKNTII RACE
St. Ann's Handicap
Minuette and Chindlt were
scratched and the six other en-
trants started with Vixen and Miss
...living 2 lbs. each
, overweight. The Held !\xm got oil
, polish in the manly , gooA ,urt m1m Friendship
o abroad". ,Yvonet) going into the lead, fol- four-mount Held. The starter got
1 umbcrbateh, asslsUnt- low0(, by vlxcn und Aprll Flowers, 'hem of! quickly, ami
eialion team, vixen (Payne) posed a strong passed the )udge the first t.
challenge quickly after they reach- order w a s Tango c I
,,,, its were after the -..me , lh(. p,,!,)^. Rend. She drew Joint Command (Holder)
light up" and |uat )ab and lIKHfl |evel with Mlaf Friendship as the Postscript (
field reached the four furlong pole, still In the
... mages to offset an oppo- They bunched at the Guns, and out jn Indian l..v,
of the tussle that took place In u,e Four Furiog Pole. Join- n aiNKH , f V Ih
^i,,,.,, -he homestretch, April flowers Command challenged, but Tango La U for me characterised the predominance """." wr. i.. v. Williams.
was pushed into first position b> still led, and was .setting the pac. el.lom been brought out since Pepper .,., Kilcr. fKKOLE UANDU'Al-t'laaa I and |J1U "
'' whir'wind auack V' ""S 'S,W'," tVi^'S J "s ,h'* ""^ ,he clock- * *> (1"" "'" 10re I ,h,ng-wl.,.l.nd attack fron.Sdk Plant *5^ndCr",^ swept into the Homes:., ,, m7. I, ,s hue that Lady Belle was only in ____________________ 95) ; rurlou..
Mopsy (Holder) made up a lot ^."'j1 ,,"nl^f" lh,c .|v;' h>r "' quite a diflerent story unfolds 1. WATERCMESS .... 130 lbs. Hon. J p.
Drill Hall Handicap
..eh time the race was further. Yesterday, of i_ ^WISS HULL
:nto his hands by setting a slow pace, but with 2. llivtll SPRITE
.,: Infusion, the others looked a very tired lot and one i. SUN QUBM
1.1.nte would not have been the winner under
nine furiongs h,s fg*^ ^^M"
'. m a weight of 138 lbs. over 1
. 124 lbs. Mr G. E. Lam. Jo. 1.
. 121 lbs. Mr. K I. ,.,,.. JoctoS;
.. 120 lbs. Mr. J. W. Chaadhr. xu'"
Win st.ac. Pla!?u.?g5
., ser I was disappointed .0 see *.t XLsOK.t.N. EST<1M ,fc. Holder); Identify (i , ,-,2
lead the lie! The company must have been Ueaullls (IJ7 lbs., i'aync-,. 'J (Ho It*. Ua;
t. than i,nei.i' !'' ><*" Slainto. in spite of all her gameness musl START: Good. FINISH: Comfortable, 1 lennn il.i_
inc. men ouncned .1 wimm.ii .,_.,.,. 1,1 ^km a.i^....,. ....... ,. ..... *'' 'T*aaj

IIAKHADiis KIR ORENADA

in Oicnada.
1101 mean to import some
old
amc llilrd.
lengths behind Silk Plant.
MNKTKKNTH RACE
Win. BowrinR Memorial
Handicap
m*feK i1'" m,lrluU'.'" on the first day was a PHAROS II lUB r 1 lbs!
"owin 5. ne?k. TnSwa. m" record for .his class while In addition ,. was faster lhan the three C 3- BOWMANSTON .. .30 lb:
Su'.i*t and Portscrmt vscre
' scratched leaving: ,, enlIant,
o udiie bv Trinidad s. >-l<< ^'i' H"' lnui11 o......ii_ .o___iZ. ..... ri..i^k.ii.

Rattallon (Crossley up) Dulcibelli
< Yvonet up) and Lady Belle
Mr. M. E. H, iiourne. Jodttj a
Hon. J. U. Chandler.
-ally rousing llnish. Secondly her 5^ fur- TIME: 37^ PARI-MUTUEL; Win; $3.12. Plar^Six?!
"iily one tenth of a second behind FORECAST; $7,ttU.
, elaai sprint of the same distance. Finally ALSO RAN: Apollo (117 lbs.. P. Fletcher),
with 133 lbs. up, and allowing Battalion 11 lbs. START: Good. FINISH. Driving, neck, ^ kRgt
I I., she WOO m what I -.tialt describe as Harry Wrag 7'"^"; *T-M *>*f Rcstigouehi-ConaiineiU.
... .. ., .. ,., iKAiwtK. Hon. J. u. Chandler.
the lormer gelding, one of the leading of the Battle
fro.n joini Command.
wan M ratchad ana the
Wluii the horses got otf Dul- ing eigtit were oil to a ,, -
thnllin .
..bella took the lead followed by In one of the moat
TWKNTY-THIRI) It \l I
ll.Jk. Hh Handicap
.m get. I do not bel'cve Lady Belle will ever be as good as her 32nd Race: UHIL1. HALL HANDICAP Claas F aat Uau f
...inly developed into a good mh:,. s:i.w9 Furlomi
I Mill! KSTIMATEL
Miiing star of O.T.C. out came
. ". .. |,| ing up the rear. Thoy passed the The much talked of Blue "till ascending star of O.T.C. out curie i' joint CuMaiJND 27 1
for the first time In tins streak was soon In the lead and old Gun Sue Is lha last race to give the great sire his seventh .vm TIME 2M PARI-MU
.'ibolu, Los..;..... a position which r th, ma-ttaf. 1, ought that GunSite was capable FORK AST*:' ,14.76
rat ISSXTmSrSS^'M ^cSSSginl"*1?-1?.^^'?' ~>.?r>>'*r jJt^^SJWa 1. POSTSCRIPT ___ 130 lba. Mr. D. V Scott. Jockrv Pra
2. TONGA .......... 117 lbs. Mr. V. E. Cox Jock*. Ttaai
JOINT COMMAND 127 lbs. Mr. C. Barnard. Jockej Ha*
-MUTUEL: Win: $3.02; Place: il.IH
a
- k 173 luiiuiiju unucr i. o*. wimii ui n vcrv ii-3|k<.-i.iui<.' unit; .>>v tvm<. iiuwura \iu Hatlallon moved up fit?5t^ b^S" JT ^T'Z T" ""^ '" - *" *> IjSf bat. OTC "* ^
:,ee lady Belle but quick- ,,,t to the front. All Ihe horses that shoulderlr I 190 lbs. really shows up how much I underestimated wF2j?,{&. Vr 2 Ma^rs
,.i,while Uulci- wera evldantlg nil in the Turf Club Handicap on the. second day 1 M "">">________________________
bella was setting the pace and form and the dtslai . t scratch on the Brat day After 23rd Race: DALhUIII HANDICAP: Class A and V,*a-m
i. the claasles
I ... allace and
1 "* would
. easily.
PRAISE Mill PERKINS
i
i1 ''^..W- fh', ^a:' Bor; y wm ver> sh0" ; nghiing Onlah In the Dalkeith Handicap yesterday I am convinced
evident however, that M ud s,>ng moved ud in the rteond !? ,_ ,_ j ,.,. >_
hard going although --
homestretch Lady Belle urged by four furlong pole In... '"" ,u" 1o badly ln mud- lto,cc h,i a' RFirnJ bbiciiv
I'mrkell drew level and oveitook atUI in ::me of 1 18 1 ule and 130 yards last Christ- * """ aniuai
the mare. Battalion who all this n nukl. illu| InddBnl 111] II is the closest that has ever been 3 pupi.^R WINE
iililia 1b*"1 d"V|i, "P '"' I. by Itrown Bomber for this distance in
i',',!. ?,'s'-"e.l *u..". ...ought that a horse like Gun Site, who has to be TIME: I4U.PAIU-
5S51." ZTLJZ-jTitZST: ?S. q.1** P* *..? ., Il, scrubbed for six furlongs out FORECAST: ,48.12.
" ,h tnrtneiaMllJSlSlrt iSuS. qS ..f nine. v.oul .. ..rest. ALS?vi?Af": .J."""!? 'i0*, ,'??'
,.,a,,,fdy,le,hyhu::,M LV'from ,css that my dlppolnt- ggSl
all sept in front however down the (rack t.. ,.., ... .-. n. at the past meeting START' Good FINISH Drtvin
:.:.Xn i\eo.,ai,.hi'ee len'^hs g,*^ ^ ,,.' J '"" 'ikC 'hC har" W,NNKR: ^'"-M br.g. 0 C
IIIM, S140)7' I in loin Tatf
. 130 133 .. 128 MUTL lbs. lbs. lbs. EL III Hoi Win J. 1). Chandler. Jockej K. D. Ida Jockey -J. 1) Chandler.
Bul ll.e
I
, mutt have
a.l cleaner
Ihe 1...I lh.il hi' !>..
....... Iroin Dulclbella.
TWI.'MT1I.'TI1 H.veF length away froie I
. : ; ? Tl"'ra *
llaslnits ll.in.li.-.ip
II mi Night, fr u. ii...
Southern
c
I ONGH ITS m>k QKA4 I
ii.iIi.iMi
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., Trinidad
..mteslants.
Gieoh Hodu) Temn Cannoi Go To U.K.
I'KACUK, Mi id II The C I
u Qoranmanl today tonnod Uh Brill h Embaaay that
Catch tea hochaj toaa la toan would nol b
wavini rron Laaalon arhara it 1^ laava tot Eni
due to defeftH iti world title m an granted ti..
cnamptonalllpa beginning on M.n- hoi
da '
Of, But 1 am satislied that we did not see the TRAINER: Hon. .1. U. Chandler
U-st of : I Know that there .ne lavaftl people ________________________________
ttad him but they were not in Trinidad
imii Tor their ignorance, but
ting will support me in my view.
Howtva. bora won loti id othori like nyaotf who
tl raeing at our meetin.
11 fortilie.i my vjev
the) would win races mi i
all this talk about how w
iten.ber Song il a colt who
Welcome Planned for Athlete
-

because visas had net bsjto shown us that
lilH tit Illin r*IlV> i.s..-^iJlrtr nn H-.^......... 1 .. .1. _ .
m|. ; -. and hli two wins,
I 1 saw for the I
tied the tiist race m which she
ui style to in- .
e furlongs. Until of ttWM horses are
-il in Trinidad and have now
i
iic Carfapoudciiti ahead of Fortum, *"*
l-OSTON, (Bj Mai mchoi :......but the judiaF
The Kingston and St. Andrew the decision to Cuba, a*rr-
Corporatiun |g planinii^ ., bin called n 'or a pnolo 1**
clrtc welcome foi Jamal ,.,; m this jiarUcuUr nw
.ation to the c had W* b'
ir girls made a t x*M
-sweep winning the champion led as a win f
"v over forty ixiint. i )Ut our great *"
who was second. W< | tendon in-
pf the diSCUl throw in 100 metres and ">
. two Czech ,urnas on the,, way bacK , ,, ak^m mn "ft. Z.'SS'SS well winning I S- -"
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Football
Starts Here
This Week
THE FIELD in the Creole Handicap enters the straight by ihc Drill Hall.
.16 IB
PRIZE LIST FOR
H.T.C SPRING MEET
MR. I. O. C. PLRKINS' bay gelding SUintc. Mr. A. P. Cox's
ire Lady Belle and Hon'ble J. D. Chandler's bav lillv
ch got 12 points as ihc B.T.C. Sprini
'??41,lihe cia"'s'i Savannah to give the holders of
Q-7888 and E-4361, $12,760.00 each.
The prize iist is as follows :

107 00
8H
10W


mtl to ItoMi-i
Ittl HM M
Trim Will Not
Go ToUnglanci
Q 7888
..
llelle
rcaa
Gun Site
April Flowers
Silver llullot
Bright
rlpt
September Song
Silk Plant
Joint Command
Roll
Tan no
Pis.
12
12
12
10
Place
1KI I
2nd and
3rd divide
4th
sob
6th
7th and
8th divide
9th and i
4 other

Amount
earn
S12.760 00
3.190 on
1,914 0'>

next
March 18.
At the Annwil Oenri.il Meet- j
- ..< it ,

' .It fl.401.-ii '
as compared with $123.56 at the
r .I of won.
r elected for 'he curren:
! I
KC. Present. Major \
u. m> :
- 0*C. (linen; .
1
ppfl.
.
etarj for the tllfn standard
o[ his work during the past season
tad i .
in placing the finances of the
.
heilthy posiT;
The AfJo
mous vote, granted the honorary
ium
In hi" report mi the working
i AMoeiatkm (or '<
Mr Coppin. the Seci s1
t ted:
do* football in 1949
i high since tho
tl The
U tha Km
the Knockoui
Competition at Kensington Ov.,1

Tins tesullcd In . conald
ilghci lotbell, com-
accommodation for the
sporting public and lastly, hut not
the least to be despised, a cash
MARCH 12 NO. 110
The Topic
of
Last Week
Al tho fir i* itgn of a cough,
ineeie or sniffle, rub chait,
bach and hVoal wlh double-
action Iharmogane MeditJiod
Rub Thiv pene'raiive. vjpou--
iung omtmnt will give ipaedy
reUM-oni Heed Colds Catarrh,
Bronchi*! I Bftjail
mui ITaananall
rh*ck tham al lha atari. You'll
My Tharmogane Medicated
Rub ii e reel blasting I
rHERMIM.EXE mrdn ui
mala
I leave
El Salvador
Defeats
Curacao
GUATEMALA, March 11
El Salvador S.
noted Curacao by three goals ;o
one In the second gaa i

El SavodOT led two one at half
tun* Krlps scored Curacao'-
:utes iM'fore tin
In anothei match .
Guatemala beat Mexico 21 to
qualify for the finals
Curacao play their last match
ban thev meet Guate- lance of SI.337 44 to the credit
The team "is scheduled M ,( ln* t>edos Amateur Pool-
DO Sunday for Curacao "all Association
It 0
m
Bat
*.r.
at Of t:
IfrtiLie.!
TV



rldfi $283.55 i
ranvn
9ttc 28ii. Battalion; 6957. April 91
Corfu,
batoan,
m, Ability; 6325. U
I I SUvm Bullet.
icss: 6579. Bowmansion. 3064. Tan^n;
Brown Out
Roll; 7333, Starry Night: 4834. Maytime.
rOOt, Lu i Mark.
"M7. Tiberias
iioice.
05. Chindit.
Don Arturo
x glove
2110 (Con.); 5077. Scptembei Song; 3376.
.
T 9865, Apollo; 1833. Minuctlc; 6741. Perserverance: 4132.
Southern Cross.
. H310. Mountbatten.

1907, Pepper Wine
U 8692. Silk Plant.
: i.i tils.
. i. Joint Command; 9039. Post-script.
009, WV Spiiie; 0001. Slainte.
I
i. 0781, Blue Streak.
were the i narnplona i

hi ..> tha Knockoui Competi-
tion The Park teem ann ably
led by Neville Mrriforri.
( .ii I Kin Unlucky
Iton, It would have been
he reiauvo
Mexico of tlrst place with thn two team-
one draw to Curacao's '.....Uon during the
one dereat and on spartan I o u g h i *ill.
draw In the last match. Curacao tradltionul tenacltv ;,nd with noi
meet the onl] >od luck
have alreadv uut Carlton were their deadliest
to Garcia of Mexico won
.c cycling road race in
tral Ami i V an Games
i hours 37 re
Tho nVxlcan four-man aquad
">n the tea n contest.
and Mi xieai played i
13 draw in the Water p.l
Iw-n beaten three times.
Reuter
9575. Beacon Bright
Wales Wilts
"Triple Crown*
too far be-
hind them either in tht

I teen",
i
undying credit of the Carlton team
ruin, having von eifhl
season dropped botl
BELFAST. March 11.
Wales made certain of winning games to Cailton
the International Rugby Union
i-hampionship for the reason, when
they beat Ireland here this altar-
noon by six points to three. This
waa then thiro VtCtOI
(y beating all three home
countries they won the "Triple
Crown," which had
for 39 years
to, though ploy-

LwWwd bottom ol thi Fli
[ potnti
Close Competition
The Second Dlvunor
non was perhaps tl
iuded them this competition started Empli
iiul Everton tied on points an
Ive wen ali m> l_
Thu *h Ih* canaM ___
nwn Robrn H
rw. Tu A (rant ium (acfld U* -rt
re ttve i*i Mcomp
To th Royal
1 ..nl .\auta
' itvIM iv,c inn
About l*n IhoMaand i>eoplr
Jual ga\r nuanwitolti .Mi
Tl* MIotm * *Ml> drnav .1
n*a* aoaiea m \tw *u
rketr M>Wrnlour lold Ihu -tors
l*rtnce Alice n now,- liarr
"ilc* * t T ttroolr Krwa! and MU
And iMn >nr mrnni
AnTpUblc try aU
Sha. a> tnatiy *linol rhlkben
v *i* i.mi brtoie
Imp turned and >aid St Ifcibfi 1
tm*3 rD* poor
.* Rhnsej mih d
And iiatti ht in* fnmi iinr
\trf>b* l>*Miar thrv r* loyal
. b*hl,td
lr*a**d 1
nui -r .adiv
No1 Ihtna* 1

TV- "w Hot)
cwry In'..
p thrt* w* fr*P
rr> .u Ml
r 01 Amliiv
Wales now have onlj France to lh.-
nuJot, anu 1 la Hand awarded on goal
md drew with Ireland. UMj '-annot
oven anth i lct< rj ilepnv
: \hv championship.
Kriilrr.
had
Gives Op 203 Mile Non-Stop Swim

WEISS DEFEATED
j
d Argeruii a
hnU.-RfcP 1
-. AIRES, Mar. II. nnng endurance record
1 icd to tina.
i He .1 bring to iw
RlUea from Kosario to
tier ueinn in Ant-.
dnutea The world's longest swim ii
Miles from believed to be that performed
iVOI IhC MAC reach fu
ago by another Argen1
.r old Pedro Cnndnli
Al- Swimming in the Parana
70 hours Candioti covered
artm- miles. Beuter.
Speedway Rider Dies
In South Africa
.TOHANNF.NHURG. Mar. II.
ar Weaaman, 2? you
Hiienos South African SpC*
died here to-day following an
accident on Monday wb<
.main-t tht Britlah tourists in the
final unofficial "Vat.
.nto the
nee dunlin the match
ha first fatal acekkml in
South African ipojedwa
Renter
303
for
..ii nutating
0 end hut
igain such li the game
,:,:
attorn of this division.
No'.ie Dame had no appreciable
Divi 10 i

. (Oall and it wi
no secret I
lollowing "heir progro
finished the season
Ihe Third
nlvislgn rnetr pro-
motion to the
A word
tiigh standard of rirreemg that
obtained throughout
ii- of diagonal centre. y
0) on P*ge 19
Uw i.im uaaeion
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PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SLXDAV, MABCH
THE BOOK that h set all BriUin talking:
. .. The Battle far
AFRICA
How He (aught The Fifth
Arm Off Its Balance
WOQtjl- 'I 1 1" "****
Jusl Received
PBtSH STOCKS OF Till:
|
HOBLICKS UAL'llD Mi:
1 story of the war In tk Pth It wa.' oar* when ti.< manly of minefields, stretching
sf an i:n- turn back and It.- Mala on the coast io Uir
ending halt: *h* **f " 'he Wl"' Hf,'-hem, 40 miles to the south in
and the German High Command, aiui party slept in the mhidl. >l which refu."d t<> take the nun- Indian troops mid >l.ppcl i u QaBsaraJ Aucninleck and Gener-
nged at first II -il Ritchie had devised a aeries of
,;., boxes" or strongholds, the first at
had vlal*ed a fie*-1 ..la.the last at Bir Hacheim

Walking bet*
.
rtfl! in Brli
It
the frontier
;ik?r:e-i
bread l*
and eat fresh, white
Rommel had all the odds a,
him He was far away In tho
General Staff
and was therefore, decried
mals.
Jealous Generals
Wired and mined in and pre-
pared for all-round defence, they
effect, castles.
'Desperate '

hi.*. )n*>* Wh*n nt riirt he found rcund, ru\
..iamRu ; b.cki um.t th, mm.flcl.l. " Al.rne.n l,n. Al,ndr;
,'fjodl. nd Haldcv. Hit- food, no water, no petrol, very '" 5 m'lK -
..mmunition, no way through
cm of Rommel's popul.r.:> tie "I ''' * mines for our convov
for his part despised all IhrM U n' '' ^ Hacheim still holding out and
Ir^onht "ildlers." ne jumped preventing our getting supplies
rtr.mmel was puomted to the ickliowled I ,'nm the south,
command of the i i. .Rommel "We were hem* attacked all the
I Two- time from the air. In another 24
On March 21 he was told to l ,h'rds of the A id I m I urt we would have had to sur-
vlU ,. nlur, for the re-eon., '"* nder."
? ".ren!, I Vi officer of the 10th Hussars
He Went On
# Should he have cone on?
The derision was Roitimrl*.
To a nun of hi. temperament
II was Inevitable.
He had the Eighth Army on the
run. Of course he must go on.
The Afrika Korps was exhaust-
ed. But to Rommel no soldier was
ever too exhausted to fight the last
round of a winning battle.
Go on they did md at speed
' & iSAt*!J^!? CK*JKJ? and he"reued toattortiTOly and
deliberately upon personal leader-
ship.
He was up to see for himself,
in his aircraft, his tank, his
armoured car, his volkswagon. or
on foot.
So far as one man can in
modern war, he rontrived
"By the evening of May 31
n a really desperate posi-
One Glass
After the evening meal, at
which he drank his one glass of
wine. Rommel would turn on the
radio.
He listened only to the news.
Then he would write his dailv
letter to his wife.
In battle Rommel was at nis
test. He was a natural leader,
He had. General Bayerlem
assures me, just 12 German lank-
ier!
On the day after Tobruk was in
his hands, Rommel learned by
radio from Hitler's headquarters
that he was a Field-Marshal, at
49 the youngest in the German
Army.
That evening he celebrated on
tinned pineapple and one small
'ride the whirlwind and din*-
the storm."
Major-General Fuller wrote
o be a prudent pi-n capture...: himself among Indian prii- tinned pineapple and one small in rapidity of decision anc
JJ^oVoI-voSap " Rommel's hcadquart- $* 'fwhuk-v from the Tobruk velocity of movement the Ger
nlSSS htoatoflwailiddOUbt- " >' '; :- N.A.A.F.l fc mans completely outolassed their
!i LZ* ,n?n a, wirt I of ^mmcl was making desperate After dinner he wrote to hs encmy. and mainly because
bsm pom a w >i HM*r^t-<., mst-Ad of a^i^fatmif
nine the plan with un- been destroyed -.ttrmpts to capture 150th Brigade 5,=
frendlv ew "' Aurhinleck "tmiate i box. The Indian prisoners were
I the chance 1nat not un,l! ,nr i*Wta of Fcb- dying of thirst and fighting for
March 31 nary could he himself overcome the few drops of water that were
his own administrative problem* served out to the wounded.
They never
rVmrael .racked
a::d nine days before H.
staff were due to receive the plan
for examination he had reconquer-
ed cv: i he exception
of Tobruk. and reached the Egyp-
tian frontier.
At Speed
The speed with v. I
ran Cyrenaica was imp: I
even tu profiiyionals.
What was much more alarming
to us was the vn> I
qualltj ut the German at
liperionty lasted unU
fore El Alamein.
In July Rommel put forward a
j
C-nal Thi* wafl to
'.Ii the

American luppu
!( th< usjpl Turkey
-

she might Ih-
A.-^ I -iid ho
could not understand what
Hitler has made me
Field-Marshal. I would much
rather he had given me one more
division "
Tough
led

u
nail had tWO
SnceSSpe' .< ,t of his supplies |.iKr ihem, he had slept Tn
i-nough troops "' Archer-Shec demanded
resume the onVmive. Rommel and. to his surprise,
Non-stop h,m H'
Vet on January :i Rom- 'he prisoners could nul Ik-
in. i attacked. Kiven food and water, then iht-
mam had no rlital to k -en
no more than a large-scale recoti- Ihem and should send them b.ick
The desert war was a young
man's war. Rommel was no longer
a young man. Thanks to years of
ski-ing and mountaineering he
rwW*r. physically in h.s
prime.
ilr had the strength of a
horse." said a young German
paratroop officer. "I never saw
another man like him. No need
for food, no need for drink, no
need for sleep.
He could wear out men 20 and mu! rtssDi in batUe" Once both
tn younger. his driver and his spare driver
Neither heat nor cold nor hard were kin&i aiongSide him and he
lying_ affected him._ Evep_ the had t0 drlve tjie truck out him-
nommel, instead of delegatniK
his command to his subordinates,
normally took personal command
of his armour. .
"It was not that the British
generals were less able. It was
that their education was out
date. It was built on the trench
warfare of 1914-18, and not on
the armoured warfare they were
called upon to direct."
Rommel was twice dsjfgated
when General Auchinleck took
uvei in the forward area and
gave his orders on the spot.
Took risks
Inevitably, he took great per-
blmding sandstorm which reduced
all In the desert. Arabs and
camels included, to a common
he professed to regard as
an exaggerated annoyance.
nd reiifoi
Augurt and 61
as not until *
to the British Him
RomtMl ukl
You ftrt
the same ration of
I Afrika Korji
half a cup.
"But 1 quite agree thai
not go on like this.
don't get a convoy
I for rnon in two. through tonight I shall have to
Rations

Like thi l
.Id. Like them,
he had need blttar cold
1941. v had risen to and blinding dust-storms.
me'hmg like
oke up to spent most cd his days and night.--
oDrtanei 11 Malta. bum| across the bat-

the men oi
ititchie for terms.
You can take a letter to him fot
ine------"
Hut the capture of 150th
Brigade box changed everything
What went wrong?
VI I hung about too long v.
#> Like Napoleon. Rommel
could inatch a few minute*'
sleep, -ntin.; up In his truck
or with his head on a table,
and wake completely refresh-
ed.
Food he never cared much
about. He was quite content to
set oil for a day in the desert vMh
pack** of sandwiches "or
a tin of sardines and a piece of
bread. j
Once he invited an Italian gen-
tunca. "It was rather
awkward," he remarked after-
I had only three slices
self.
"At noon on November 25," said
General Bayerlein, "we were al
the headquarters of the Afnk.
Korps at Gasr-el-Abid. Suddenly
Rommel turned to me and said :
'Bayerlein, I would advi .
get out of 'his I don't like it.'

The result was that, b> early
1943. when Romm to launch 1m offanilvt, tilt)
tu.illy controlled
But although thi
11 Malta and.
thought, "eliminated it as .
( ase." they made I
. it.
. .^signed no limited ob-
our attack was launched against of bread and thev were all stale
Rommel on June 5 it was three Never mind, they tat too much."
Surpriee
V I B4 I i l l .1 \ll. I. II
i i i i. in Ntvmb>tr took
nut. I I, nil i
first I.
. pi
Mr. i led a
'infortunatel'
I
Because the not 9
I

tw how near a
,
to compare
with those of the !
:>. ol
a


adar
I
At Tl ii..,. .ninnA ,k "":l *> anil in ioiiow ni
5S.1 '*0..,-."; Th, Eighth An
"An hour later the headquart-
ers were unexpectedly attacked
and overrun.
"The same afternoon we were
standing together when he said
'I-el's move a couple of hundre^.
yards to a flank : I think we art
going to get shelled here.'
"One bit of the desert was jus
the same as another. But five
minutes after we had moved thi
Mr* falling exactly wheu
we had been standing."
At the time we believed that tht
Afrika Korps was a hand-picked
force of volunteers, specially
toughened and trained for deseri
He insisted on being given the warfare.
It was not so. The men were
just the run-of-the-mill of the
Reichswehr.
The young German soldier was
strong, willing, and well trained
He was disciplined and brave.
Physically he was not particu-
larly well suited to the desert.
The very young and tht very
blond could not stand the heat.
On the credit side, the Afi.ka
Korps had better weapons, and
knew better how to use them.
All this admitted, it was Rom-
mel who, by personal taflutnct
and force of character, converted
it into that tough, fighting force
we knew.
The Man

wounde-i
ncluding 34.00-
13.S0Q,

I

wrt V
7.
about N
had hull
Jutw Attack
Dog-Fight
lltanl ajaa>
-

Incessant air
-
fl and suhmatii
io our
completer* revolving turret vuys.
OW. lUaa it seemed certain that
1941 wc had not Malta must fall unless we could
.ni fields of Western
Mark Mis .nd IVs. Cjrrti
as a "proper d I insistent
ft was fouuht at such speed i staged at the
in such confusion of conflicting tarhtet possible moo i
" ;
; i*nhig a mile away. ed to launch his attack not later
Of the murk, 'han the middle of June: but
would emiri k npiirc Rommel attacked first, on V.
Ukt lock" Campbell, leading l'h tanks about equal in number
quality,
\ Gen-
uine* over. eral < i
I how
: .-31.
The Al K .,

nnuniUon, with plant) ol
is mm guns In domU
tanki bablnd them n
DM thiew in all hi.- Bl
.
of which he produn I
ispected that '
B> nightfall on .'..: ; |
am loured strength
.
Hi B
I il i uk and i" the -..
..in on
dttert Rum-
n his armoured truck,
soldier's ration.
..ine rations as the troops. The>
4 very good.
I ( the reasons wc had
i much sickness. i
I check, the
Mopondenl. "was
our ra'.i hM haav) forlcntM whose pluck
( nsjt case of "General \\
1 mmia t,iiV>t-u" The secret i
0 Rommel was the Afrika
Korps. It was he who made
them bold, self-eonlldenL and
even arrosant In battle.
It was he who taught
pull the last ounce out of them-
selves.
Pram all account*, he was a
hard and difficult man to deal
with. He had a rough tongue and
>(Hil 1 be brutal. He was Imp
He would not see what he did
iv t want to see. He would no-
have his orders questioned II
could not bear to be tol I
,.nv thing was impossible
He had a bad habit of
over the heads of commanders
and giving orders direct to
subordinates.
Hut all agreed that he wl
bravest of the bi ave; and had a ,
i.se in battle.
World copyright
next vntn
Majoi -< Id took
io the
and holding up 80 i

For '..
I Mow
The disaster* that l)
lowed umr a a tUcserhic
blow Io tin fUlllall puhi 14-
Th e Kighth Army could not un-
ourstlvM the battle bad r slipped
which were .unusing
Adwniure
m In lh .
r "I P"inm'l . '
Clsntral B.i"i*in hi
Itff, .n.l General rrnwell,
row
soutetnir to which ht was mucl
The
1-Ualeb."
RommtT's
ad not taker, it on June 1.
. :pS.M
Gazala position
What he said to a But.

xan-
black bread in a carton I er's nephew" The secret petrol
*as' handy, but how we ustd I I nks '" 'he hospital ships.
long to capture one of your Hal J
London l.w. "'.'
Are you interested in
Reduced Electricity Rates?
Ml V\Uh 7 roil HATES l\ ll(IMI\l
t -Hnpare. and m^h (he tn-
sWnaasstaaJ ol the PetUion at
right and mail ur deliver it to
the:
\,l \ i riisinu Manager,
Barbados Advocate,
WtlsMtoaj A.
I endorse the Petition of The Electric Consumers
Assn. of Barbados to His Excellency, The Goventor-
euttva Committee.
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(fectricity Is A Commodity
If* H.K. KMYTHIM H.E.M.
SUNDAY ADVOt All
PAGE SEVEN

- ni)iu Me (round lor
fnunam bmiM Uw same ladj
bad initiative m^ eocrfr enouah
On. notable dlflerence i> .h> ? Uto *cUon <= ""' Her
Trinidad r.teTar?"r. 'lidm. *~*h'*' " '<* ot ekctrlcit.
It. bj. luch th* per ur?" 2S U """"' *> " ha, I
ta monthly oonsumptMn U S^""- H*""" ,n "* COMU,u-
",UI" reached. ThU i aUo a feat ^ ^Ml "*"* democraUl
"Taw *" comurnp. BG and is ,, PN*1' *1"on whom " happens
f. *1U. Power CoJnpame, ,Di,er ' "* hvUl * moment
"StrP"*1""1'' !':"'1'""1' countries. It does no benenf-hI to '" **<. | March 9th.
"SToi ol ''burner rwt?c^ hit S r"w" * """" <>' *
2-Tthc working 01 14.1s 10 make electric cookm.^,,^ C0Unal "' ,he Chamber of Com-
furou..ed by the Ve. for iniuoc. tTthe rnM^m' ""!! U*re is a '"Uestlon of
tr tUe house. In ^'" m^um.; ^rlor moUve .tmin, at the
The Government And at 31, he felt like am
The Corporation
If* Sui*ill-irins
j* is luruii-.ivu "*. "'" ve. ior instance to the. m***.,. V c knerc lf susaesUon of
sf*r **Foru Mo,or**~ --* iSV^ hmouT; siruonT,"* *??*?!*
^_ In the Li. use kercaene for renkln.. k. luUon ' American machinery
a-5,5 -.rs ago their peak should much *ul ,b"' '<* British Thii is utterly wuh-
' of the Model T car stove if reliablUt, of sVmcT^nd 0U1 '"""""on ">d I cannot help
per working day in reasonable cost imtined it viv '"* ""filed that any member
JrjM in Detroit, and the . about 100 unlu month!. *rt 'JS*1 *u*u*1 bod wouW **
-
*JJ p,r working aay in reasonable cost lustMed it"" wX T"?* urPrl**'
*onin Detroit, and the UM about 100 units rnonUu, ana "'kV?" U,U,, -
*IS!, price -.1 '"' "me In Trinidad that woui0 ,".'* ""bile utterance to baseless In-
remembcr correctly, rate of 3 cents per unit for ^w """"do Surely it would be much
There is no doubt ,. whlc wo|^ ' cool.- k,,^ ,, ch.mta,r woull.
. njmifacturar BOW kerosene at 28 cents ner .n- ou*ly consider supporting the
itrate on producing a In Barbados at BmT. ,Sr" movement to have the rates for
able car in anything cooking would rostuT ,h~. etoc,^,c"^, investigated, especially
ame ouanutj lnstd ol cent, per unit. or .... ,1' * "bo "ble indicates that
"huunous cars In much aouUo lhe n f kerosene ,T ? f"1.Df commercial lighting is
fS.'-ibsrs. the price could cording to our c~encT i Z' r*1,"vl>' en higher than other
% wiw $1,000. perhaps lieve 1 am right irTsay.n.'Ih,t .n ^-L T.h* ""m turBmM '" **
>. !50, B.G. we should have We ,amt cWc pla In B.G. are of British
.., cent rate for cookinV ,7 i.TEf m*k < to ">* professional
L-, principle iTUMttlt ,,a<| TheprlScL? '",1 """"" '"' c .houldbefor-
iarwork> In !h, ( scheduToi?^ ? f,"S"'."" "nte If -e had ome Uke them
^SLS. Plans .i r. not ^r "**, "PpUcation for power A young Canadian sajaall
""SL ,i.,u ol j llcklc "!' or commercial needs ove.- n** " here to start an inuuir>
"SSLue ,i in the S" ."V "ui" " consumpl "< "oc^ labour at nu.ter.ab.
f* 7STpSducl. To-day it ZZl'S,Z''T' so d0 " k^ "'k^"" !" """ '" T Uu;
* i lii in Caiada and ,no^ whal "ie rates are for larger i*0" "bio to obtain a definite
s#!"hTodieve England """f <. I have there- aawrance from the Electric Com-
Ei 'ui?r,f electrlcK? Is '""..""'"f!1 ** !< to P"W that he will be able to have
iThTmaking rates' as ^^' .uluh1ed " and con- about SO Hi-, lor bis motor, next
"^ilne wi tht result su" b1^ that I have seo,. June. This seams startling and
^ZZTieare tia-t the KT^inded enormously "" '^!',,,"'s, 'ntsUng to ou- "on is even worse than we have
tf-taarticle in the ?TJ "?"actions of Bar- previously realised in view ol
Ai^rrhlrd I have ob- b.ad'ans to the discussion of the statements to the effect that the
tg$^&'^ trSrsupoE rH22T'"! fa^r" over when
KiBTrinWad. also the ex- J,'.>,Au,PlVy >on" hundred, namafed eruunes are running
t^iacieW "i ucmantl over .,*', dk'*^-.,hWr f-1"0" by agaih-
-'*nln t"' PeUUo u> llu K." In discussing the Petition with
. lency. and many have rrfuaed to a" 3nd sundry I have met a num-
!f n it for wide!) different rrasens er who, while agreeing thorough-
' ly in principle with its objects,
say in effect, "......but nothing
trangi) will come of It. so what's the use4"
,ir plant 2,400 K.W *'"" '" *> different ,,._ ber ,
, IHJ It was 15,800 or ovei '" .** ''*' """ it might leaa 'X ''
igTin ten vears Dni.n ', """J"11"'"'". which r-o.e J
iZnl Dm rates dropped ap- ""'" disapprove more Mraul, wlll_
Hah M per rent '"' sm"" 1* m>"u- "> fact 1 aaauld " "ard to understand this it-
m>'front M to 35 lier cent " reeam ajap, ^j titude and one cannot help won-
hner users. In pite of tr "!" 'mplialleally te ike eflect dmn why it is so widespread,
hat m writing these article, I ll M wh---
I aa> deiinltet, workln, ag^.t previou.
____.k. .,= ,. n-tioiialivihaii. !),, , , ilarbadla
rly all items;----------" "iese article, i feel ""a whether it is based
jni delinttel, worgjn, against previous experience. Bgve many
"-'onaJisatiMi. !,. , mj Barbadians become accustomed to
ems' a tSiarkable per- r*U"r '*nalve experience the t"e idea tha' efforts to disturb tin-
......and much nearer home ""' " create demand for s,atus quo are countered by forces
MriiaDS than :m automobile p"b'"' "wnerrtip, lu, bKI , too strong for the plain citizen to
aiVlMO mile- or so away ill "'""> 'oncersss to oanluuie giving cope with'' 1 should not like to
TSUiu. United States, even fy" W"J" at relatively high """k this -rue in British couti-
ItSTprinciple It undoubt- r*'"' ".""' ''"a"' the demand for "T_
corrective artiest becomes irreaist- The present effort to have an
'Ma emphnsisc -hat there "*"' T^1" 'Vtlgation of the
e :=i s?-^" F' =: stsSjs
**?.'-' ,' lhe 'uestlon that the whole |,|oti gl ^ Moiect This is
*tel u,l I m pppula- Mtuation be thoroughly invest,- ..' m'ucht p^a, 'h
P.""'' '' "aek from apouriaBrtcan ma.
*">'" other hand signing the Pcut.o.1 oecause the, PoSorTwm Ioob^ on it- wv
In kiwer in Barbados. A if the movement to present the who are not scared of boi
arson with I t. wou d be Petition had originated with Bar- lend SttT^Sport to
" f ^itT1-, buhm nU"r th"n wiUl A"""" then- names to H The more 1
oflow'n0 '..h?. hi. Ca" r C,u"di''n vWU'- -e 'earn Tlhe matter, the more
_L 'I , if. n 'ympathise with tbu idea in urgent it seems that an investlga-
Mipiled o try to give a. imnctple. but 1 hope i shall not lion should be held. The expen-
iCflS,S C.0J"'""""* be straining my own welcome in ence of the young Canadian
-t i rarnam- the i-land if 1 point out that it referred to above, when he asked
"aTil"' t" i' Cn'" apparently needed this visitor to about 50 HP. needed next June
L7* ., ""ae" "' our shores to remind us of the for his now plant does not Inspire
J"*1 J: . this ancient right ol confidence in the outlook.
B 4 wkiiK a lose i. in- Hritlsh peotUs to present such a At the risk of seeming re-
a iigure. tor Trim- Ivtition to the personal represent- lundant I feel urged to repeat
on be considered with the ' of our King, and it would that there is no thought ol
treat expansion I the de- be more gracious of all concerned naUonalisatlon behind the request
j mind, in order to keep t0 pe willing to admit the fact. I for investigation. ;uid I personally
~T------------------~~"--------------------------- Would have no onrt. in inv ^ueh
grit cooking.
tp Mutf
Ik,
"ercial lighting ..
^ industry' power ..
.liustry, power
***' power.
v
I Bouse, light only
house, light and ap-
Jances,
tan house, light cooking,
Unlu
...the
II
Price
la
I
500
800
1.500
3,000
10.000
111.01 III
$
145
7.75
19.75
30.00
131.25
101.00
337.50
237.50
Prlcr Ihftei
In
anags an
9
3 JO
48.50
248.00
180.00
370.00
None
would have no part in any .such
scheme, nor in one for .subst%i..in>;
it AimTican nidchinery for
, The Aral and obvious stfp It in-
_' qulry to aacertein lhe real fwls
11 of the electric uipply in thii
island, -nd In the mranlim.- lhe
bofeys that are belni paraded
, | teem strictly Irrelevant, and im-
putiBf ulterior motives to publlr-
r, spirited people Is to be deplored.
' The essential facts on which ihe
._ need for Inquiry is based seem
' nlain, namely the serious shortane
., of electricity that has persisted
for the past two or thu-
I unwilling to join m
the controversy relating; to the
power cuts of the Barbados Elec-
trac Corporauon unul I was sure
that the general Dody of con-
sumers ul
I
ehftoi -lie
slow raw M whi
lures to the petition were appen-
ded and the small number which
have now been added. I am vmo-
vinced that there .s less demand
for blood than was ant
by the sponsors of the petition
There can be no doubt that therv
is bound to be some annoyance
o tricity i-uts. The mew
in* onvenience and the loss ol
earnings would engender Uus
feeling but it would appear that
the general public realise tn*.t
tlu Management of the Company
is not solely to blair.v for the
present condition of thing?, For
this they have not been gjvta
adequate credit. That
the sponsors of the pej
uound to fail.
I should be guilty '* a grave
unawareness of rvspons.ibihi> U
I iiuauseti my opportunu\ te
..uiirtjss the public in these col-
umns merely to defend the
Electric Corporation. Ti
my intention and I hope fruui
What I .shall now say that 1
make this unmistakably clear.
My sole effort here is to bring
back to this discussion that bal-
ance of outlook and proper
approach by which it is possible
to arrive at a correct decision.
.itenon in !<
must be the satisfaction of the
general pubUc with liu* -.ervu
rendered by this Corpon
return for the support given by
.standard of service imposed on
tsW Barbados Electric Corpora-
Uon must lu hi.
mands more exacting than m the
case of many other segyicsai
:lace many of the other
services depend on that ol tlte-

case with water. Secos.
Barbadoat Blectrk ( >rporation is
a monopolistic conetri
ivtMn othen arc precluded from
Mitdenn*
-ia,*.ute. then it is the dul
company holding that monoply
1 such servic.
out bloraish.
lejtce, the Gov-
.liiiiH'iit. b> tnjkOM authmit*
.i>ply has been main-
tained, shares grave responsi-
bility to the community to sec
vice Thv
Muni irf this rgusntnt is to be
.
made to the act which gives the
Governor-in-Fxcoutivc
tee wide powers \c deal with th'
defaulting coiporatioq. The poin*.
whuii 1 Meal to inkc and the
implied thaigc against the Gov-
ernment is that it failed to de-
mand from the comp:u
standard of service as >
(.it' in return for monopolistk
privileges In the fan' of the acts
it cannot be bssU
did Its duty.
The merits ol
examined from 11 I
and the end of which is apparently
not yet in sight, and the dis-
crepancy in rates betwun Bar-
bados and neighbt colonies. In 1937 the rates In
Trinidad were comparable Hith
/those in Barbados now, and the
amazing thing is that in the in-
terval the former have been re-
duced sharply, while our local
Company ha> felt obliged to makr
substantial men*
parently make (ui'.iui
. '.he Directors in England
so order. So let us not be in-
fluenced by bogeys dar.K
us. nor distracted by red herrings
urawn across the trail.

Company was lu
tent of its service to ti\


I ..med b> the Govu
tUCfa UgOkaeanteX]
of tne material; now thai
a material Infill
engines are not oi sat
qualit>. and with the old engines
the Corporation is_yj.al
ply the demands of the growing
number of consumers. A lew con-
.tve started
e Corporal i
upon the Government '
its power and inquire into the
affairs of the Corporation.
plain. The peti-
tion must (ail because the Gov-

made available to
the material necessaiy R| del.
improved service, thai trie Cor
poration was called upei.
dy the situation and faileii oi rc-
fused to do so. and ttsij
quiry. or taking ova.
1 i
be in the public Insein
Than li tap which
the petitioners might well take if
Ihe) expect ani effective action in
future Instead
assist the Qeat n
vicarious atonement thi
have organised a petition assUng
rnmant (o make available
the dollars necessary for the pui -
chase of equipment
United Stales nd
poration to laatej such equipmen:
by a given tun.' II t
-shown Mwne desire i^ do soroa-
thing for ,ng public
rather than men
punish 'he Corp.
A Gov, 11

.it joUon


' i ReuiJ
eftMslenged tha mmt 0
i I
: i
from raising its
: mill.: do nothing (hi
I
ation t
a within U
ligut.
do nuUiing now be.

pcegdics)
fhi
buriai
three people la

in-E.\<
wliat steps should Dl
how ti
be to put the Corp.*!..
a position ns would r
I .
Ik th. urreni
mu .t
come n


mi tha
by the lx'tition. it mu |

satisftu i .
UchJaJ by railing
to pel matarl


medy is not punlttve
.

would askable Iheoi to 11
necessary equi)
he presumption tha
juhlic M .
The- jfl|
found the ramasfv to rest
YOUTHFUL VIGOUR
Tht* young man waa being;
prematurely aged by kidney
trouble. Ha tslia In hi
BOSJ Ki uachea gave htm back bis
health alter wtfeks ifpaia -
"f suffered for weeks from
kidney trouble and r*lt Uke an
old man although 1 am only 31.
If I sloopVd tO do air.
waa agon> to straighten up
attain. Several people advised
I Krub.'hen Sails as they
had found them wonderful. I
tried them and found '
me relief from pain, and 1 fait
my. 1 shall keep
on with the dally dose t-ecauae I
can now do my May 'a work and
not feel any the worse for It,"
Dnlaea the kidney* ftioctlon
properly. Britain nd wastes,
instead of being expelled, are
allowed to pollute the blood
ritream and produce troublesome
t-omplain.*--backache.

Kruacheu la onrt nf the ftnaet
>.
The Mmall dailj
working a
no that the hlood al I
t
tstnlM us
KraacbasV
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within your reach always
kkis wttNn
nsfetii inte tiny handbag
phwl, -'at Expectation.
I .

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Goya Honlbat Phial I 9

II JNO0N *
M. '.o. s. i/i leMaatat
Newest bia in Ihe Whllden Vwtl'family!
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'
< I 11 \ .. .tin polish thai
A Ulti
CUTEJ
youi co

h O 11 x is,ao io-
.
cau re k

Overture
desigped to tit ;he young figure perfectly
I i fifuie .. Inmt o*i h. you
*.nt 5u; luj cm thin. IP;
. i .tiwe'. bvtd. thp h j.m think laiidn Fm
dta.n ! I'., pfdlj hnB now san .: 'ei.'OM fiyon ulin
braftdrioUi. A 6 and C cup sim
Tk.ii is i lllutdai 7am in tmr Tth h rumi
wire, flex and cables
* My It mi perm loitkvil
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at Tin who j>.i.f lict.tU
it Ton! al hoi
I
You can put your trust in
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;i romplrte job with ....
The assjva that afSfJ (hat Three tunplc Steps
natural look oe 1
perm al am price
bole, MatAw,a/-k;
elier

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Which Twin has lhe I
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PAGE EIGHT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
.JI^MABC
bottosj0advO(;ate
h* IV AtmiM Co ".M H M*Md IK. IrMfMoai
Sunday, March I?. 1950
I nifiraiioii
ALL discussions vt Federation usually
result in an argument pi to whether Fed-
eration should be attempted befor-
is a greater degree of uniformity in the
Caribbean Region,
It is therefore fortunate that the Report
of the Commission on the Unification of
the Public Services in the British Carib-
bean Area should have been published
simultaneously with that of the S.C.A.C.
The S.C.A.C. do not feel that unificati >n
of services is an Nimtii] steplo Federation,
but consider that Federation and Unifies-
tion could be contemporaneous. Thrr<-
can, however, be no doubt that unification
In many fields of Public Service and in
certain economic fields would ;ive an
impetus to the dasirt for Federation and
would facilitate the introduction of a
Federal Government.
The Report of the Commission under the
chairmanship of Sir Maurice Holmes pro-
vides a useful basis for the unification ol
the Public Services. Unification must not.
however, be confused with Federation for,
as the Commission says "the essence of
unification is the substitution of the 11
for the Colony as the unit for the recruit-
ment, promotion; and posting of the Staff
of the unified services". Even if Fedei
were achieved the members of n unified
Public Service need not necessarily be
members of. the Federal Public Service
They would still be under the control of
the Government of the various
and it would merely bo thai
of selection would be available .
venues of promotion be op

. i



I i I

, |
which offers opportunities for advancement
frori:
i result of the above cons:
' :
.
i*c jwvu\4' odu i Itian.
One of the liabilities that would
attaoi.< .in the I'm'
e would be'the requiremi
nywhe
ng the aim i
local descent err..
using
lecretary of State has previously
drawn attention to this | i
suggested that where the emoluments an
insuflu i

] for such ol
It is however improbable that political
dd permit of such in
alteration of policy pursued by Col
The financial Limitations ol the region are
recognised as COOStitutinj il of a
vicious circle for while the salaries may not
b as to attract the b I olal
,\ Increase the salaries
to a p:>mt winch would m to
In dealing with i
Service, the Conn.
stress on the
: Universit) i I the
service at sal it* to their
qualifications The W(
has produce: niiUs-
of whom Sn Alan Hums end the i its Sir
. \ to
mind They do not hov
ility that the Administrative I
: draw its memben also trom the
The Definition ol the Admi.
one in which the duties
concerned sre those "concerned in the
foundation of Policy with the co-ordinati >n
find t of Government machm-
\ (ministration
and co trol of the departments of the Pdb
lie Service and it is only
Whan dn this defini-
tion that they n .,( th"
Administrative Class. Thus the Postal
Service also scheduled toi i
deal) witfi |
formed are more in the nature of Executive
than Administrative
TheComna
mission, and in dealing with the con
of service they have come to the conclusion
that a system of uniform grading of post"
and of common basic salaries Is neither
practicable nor indispensable to the unifi-
cation of any Public Service,
They d that Government should make pi
for the housing of n emb of the 1
Public Service and offer detailed recom-
mendations as to the manner in which such
< id might I* .
it is also regan
rules i overnii i m o( i oavi h made uniform. Their I are
Ite In view ol the recent pi
that civil lervanl
entitled to leave pa Com]
is of the opinion that some distil
.should be drawn between expatriate ard
expatriate Officers and among the ex-
patriates they Include not only those from
! in but also those officers
of a C 'i ihbean service who are not serving
in ill* country ol their origin.
The recommendations which they make are
I and i! is probable that the fears
iy expressed as to the financial Im-
plications of such proposals would not be
is have been imagined as the
circumstances would be
ich a holiday except
Which have been made
ip benefit* and
would uniformity
. the pn lent dh xslty.
Pi vice would
vice Commission whose
appointments and
.. and to ad-
ments on small mat-
Civil Service
It 1 led that the Commission
ii man well kiv.wn
ind in-
! i | tblic Affairs,
be i uicniDii with a
qualifii tablishment matters. The
third Diemb* mmisaion should be
perience ol
[ministration on whom
would devolve the duty of advising on the
ationaJ qualU i ate for
Into the v. of unified
ivices
It i t of the Com-
missi on a full time basil would
act Mr.
P K. Campbell's recommendations I
refully studied as he ha
his considered view that such a figure
would not be Juetll (Hmsibilities
of the Comn n to extend only to
lervicei recommended In the Report
Mr. Campbell considers that Unification
should not be confined to those service!
amended by the Commission but
should include all posts of equivalent
I and that the criteria of unification
quite-

with suspicion bj Islanders who have for
their afmii I

oisslon
the result ol t Lot
In the area and the reconu
i Ith such modifii I
I i ry, be implemented w
With such I ration would
I the chi
would I | il tranaforttt-
ation would thus ha
We have EVFlli nil\<;
FOR YOUR GARDEN
HOSE -" and V "
HOSF NOZZLES & sp v
HOSE COUPLINGS A M|
HOSE CLAMPS ft" & v
BIB COCKS ft- & .,- will: Vn.on
GARDEN FORKS & TROWELS
ROSE TREE PRLNKKS
SECATEURS
TREE PRUNERS
GARDEN POTS from 4c. |0 Me.
VEGETABI.E GARDEN MAllTJn
WILKINSON IMVNFS III. | Ti, s
C. S. PITCHER & CO.."
I-I,.. M72. 46H7,
V
rOWii.ibcr dun
tikilllnnsuni
pub
me o/ >our clever political Jitcuuioiu c
gentleman in a duel.' Weil, hcrt h ij."
Londm Bxpreu Scrv
Sifliui* On The Fence
in an advnrllssinnui a
young man has offered his

part-time butler and valet."
SHOULD any Government ever
be fool i-nmiKh to ennoble vour
Uncle Nut this young man would
be useful for rehearsals before
meeting the genuine, terrifying
butlers usually employed by per-
' rank.
I shall need tea at eight. Jen-
Yes, my lord.
You can then prepare my bath
and lay out my old tweed jacket
Moth'i Relish and remove the
creases from my grey flannel
trousers. Elephant's Legs.
Ye*, mil lotdi
YoU ... then gt Lottie the
be a substantial meal btcaua
. friends usual-
ly come In to ihsre it
l lord.
The food must be hist the rigid
re. If it's too hot ihsll
Really, my lord?
you will tlnd it difficult
lo cook with Lottie on your
shoulder and her Mend
1U letjs But
used to it, I trust.
< o
I frij.tr *o. my >ni.
r\$m m$ you ran dual my
work room bm stop Lottie out <>f
ilh a ping
i*ohk ball or a toy mouse.
A toy mouse, mj/ lord
A toy mouse. Jenkins. You will
find plenty of them m the house.
Tic one to the end ol
md run about the kitchen with
it. It's quite fun somatiiTie^.
Thank you, my loraT
lunch for
the family, including Lottie.
"iild have hei
avoid smash and grab
table.
lord.
After lunch you c.in
Qubbtni with the washing; up.
the house.
N

I
toy out my clol
IS lord.
\

vening off If you dont know
I -hall be In the
fou. my lord.
Kissinu iialo
:i rural
.ire to be asked by
IIf N.tlli.iiii* I
lallblllll^
parish councils about local
rights ol way and the
of old stiles and kissinu gates
to help the Ministry of Town
sod Country Planning in a
Survey of the countryside
under the National Parks Act.
YOU mentioned a kissing gate
in the village, Mr. Garbage.
Where exactly was it situated'*
That mas uihcre tquvirr's
jrandfathcr used ti> u-air it>r
blacksmith's <(-."
Never mind ab.ni- tho
gnt*dfatbr, Mr Oarbage I
irate*1
-r soung i-uij
pouvrtn on 'he girls as they pass-
ed. Couldn't tea 'emalc
ouJdJn't,
Ws lire asking you about the
gale, Mr. Garbage.
>Ud Mm UMTa fi praper floi-bol-
noight. too, Hlack air she ad and
black eyes as bold as you make
asm. VV ailtis r,-rkoned it was as
macs tr fault as his'n.
It would help us all so much
if you would keep to the point,
Mr i Cubage.
Tliouufi O. m titey
should'd ftOIUNl er ihum tfU vU-
tur. Special-
ly on Chrittmei Cni uith the
snoui a-falllv thick an last and
QrmdfWitt
port an sherry teoine n (he big
ouse. That ,nor,-
I against than sinnln, Oi
It you can hear me, Mr, ci.ir-
.'ig ubuut the
site of the old kissing gate.
When she oofM back u-Mi a
attlg utri. tha Uvfti rpitthi hnaoc
of iru. a ti'Oa n-rar-
a "li/kmuid |] yarn..
were stoned
roiohtty.
All right. That
will
She on am . rwined aitooathar.
ah on i .I retty a$ ptetaira,
iurler
to Mm bolitc.
Will somebody show Mr. Gar-
.4 nd Oi dor.'i reckon his grand-
sons any better. Three of the
<; ouse e's
. ad Bui
all looked arlef by Hi
II
I names. Oi could.
There's the ron/mai'i di.
Mr. Garbage.
I < l- lli|th<
The llances of Elizabeth
Taylur. 18-year-old London-
born autcass, lava aJJ ben tall,
dark. American. The llrst
paiied his hair on the right.
The engagement lasted a year.
The second parted his hair on
tha left. The engagement
lasted three months. The third
has no parting. The wedding
is planned for May 6."From
tha National Funn^ Afomina
Newspaper.
I AM glad the election is over
to I ean give this matter my full
I'ntion.
Ii ibjug the intelligent
reader will notice about this
astounding piece of information
ia that Elizabeth Taylor, like most
Id girls, appears to
prefer tall, dark men to, let us
say, short, fair men or ginger-
headed dwarfs*
The next point to be noted is
that, while she could endure dark
hair parted on the right for _
whole year, she could not endure
dark hair parted on the left for
nan three months.
<>
Why has she now decided to
marry a tail dark man with no
' sill
A probable explanation is this.
As lew women know left from
right she might have said to No.
I:
'One of the reasons I like you
"ii is that you part your
hair on the left "
is that so? Well it lust hap-
pens that I part my hair on the
right*'
"Are you trying to tell me I
don't know my left from my
right?"
am."
"Well, of course, if you're going
.to a tool."
Nobody's calling you a fool,
but I ought to know which
tide my hair's parted."
I that's the way it is"
"OK If that's the way It Is."
Ins this went on for a
year, she then met No. 2 and said:
oh, I'm so glad you part vour
hair on the right. I caul bear .'
mi the left."
And when lie said. Is that so?
, ecus I do i ail my hair
i'ii the left," she maj have
thought. "Oh. hell, 'iw
I came in," and derided U) niai r
a tall, dark man with n
and no arguments.
I | .
YEAR OLD
COCKADE
FINE RUN
The Best in Town at -l.i.n a Bolt*
Blended by StanSfeW SfOll & ft I
Ol It III \III IIS VtVi
ll.il.sli Ships Find II Very Hard To Make a Profit
SIK. We -till ,. |
it Is certain that DH
tatarasted m Uu (oUowlna i
from the Tunsa last m

p.ng meeting w*s that
.ployment of .
shipping is becoming more diftt-
a, as so

to uiacriminatury | i.....
view to
shipping and shipbuil.n:.
Guy Ropner, the :. I
of the QuBttbsr, di
uriti.h sbl| |
own on lavel I
over and, no doubt, caul
stand a little b
an limits to the ha
can L-
Many
rif them Sao
.
I. (TK-an vaae* I
It, but it has un-
But the more
...


!.aided SI best ..
there are cases in which tin

sasal
feelings el

ment could not a]

I

'
*'
tradsnaj *t* -
InpcWw has a *
"
Bsdusbry
. BQUlpi
'
for those reconuiu'n-
to be suppoi 'i
.
bid) is representative
..eapool Ste.t:
\ i as well as of
i
; nig and ship-
..". ol the
bodies to warn

Ith arhkfa the resolu-
Imartty matters
hadoa-
rlmtnatton and
tupowners to
ith respect an'
Hi/eh Tymr
tdvaeaaa.
and indecent, live young a
In dancing attitude holding high
their s*1it> in order lo display
naked the lower ha
persons, practically up t
presented a* an em i
for an entertainment to b
aented
and celled H.
a sorry to see the AdvocaUa
giving Its powerful
support 10 such an exhibi-.
as I think, unnecessary and
rious fiidecciu-y. and I beg U
register at least one protest. It
may be that CaxUj did i I reflect
nifflciently upon the matt
fore passing the picture
'. is the purpose an
attaching to such an item'" !* it
not that it is pret:-.
believed to be a drawing
and fill the cash b
and doe it not ahem hev '
* rroan the
irtiBSaji
couple
is exceedingly disappointing.
To take a more ejani
I itavc oftcit an

. .'.m thou pan ..
Dsora of .'
.
Mother Eve,
and th<

usv' they can of "Agfa
the extravagant seclusion of the
v omen in Mohammedan lands. The
uy a wise
and experiences ob
affairs some years ago is too re-
pellent for publication, but 1 do
not know of any other except
and that It is
OS coin-
ed
steps in the same unhealthy
have to be continual^
and offered.
FRANCIS GODSON
March 10, 1950.
To The Editor. Tnc Advocate,
SIR,1 would like you to p'ub
lihh the following lines as ai
appreciation of the visit of H H H
to Barbados.
i Mirrty .. kavaty dj
Aii did a viul M)'
i>>m nnoi\
Tot Lo>.. .,, Crown
A n>hm> ullM boMtful ritim
Thirr nUndnd vmk at Brm.1. ral|n
ihi nevei d.i -in*!* Knur
J> " nw b>na
B. crow . 11^^,^, ,u
Sr-JBaMSSTM?-"
To Our Planter Fried
Who need a Good Helmet
for all Weather.
"CHRISTYS
ARE ONCE AGAIN
ON THE MARKET
SF.CURE YOURS FROM
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
tr
WAS
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1^ ^'b' *- MMlvr
It.ru^,,, f.tk, c f|tf

--------> In
E.AB
SiMPLY 1/jA^
LOYALTY
REAFFIRMED
AND SO WE TOO WERE ALSO GI
EXTEND A VERY HOSPTAF'
TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PWC
ALICE AND THE EARL OF *
J. N. GODDARD & ><'N> ^
: Utnint of th* ("">"-
GODDARDS gold braio
HI"


SUNDAY. MARCH 12, 1950
Third Judge Agrees
To Allow Appeal
Parking Regulations Case
To Be Retried
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Lots anil Incidentals
By law Wade
..II*',"!' money talksit ecr-dollar.. Also criticised u
lid on Tuesday and Wr.: th 1 lieading wa. the estimated
u.sd> when a..
Utanu expla'.-.ed that
..-..on" was not cor-
' l money was actually- for
Political Doubts
Over Parliament
By David Temple- II.iIh .
rur PONTON (By Mail). .f the Kirn.an
w MI'.s gathered to- atom; ased
AGREEMENT with the order that th. .
Doorly case should be returned to the Polcc fitiiEfft
re-triai was registered by Sir Clement Malo
re-triai was regisierea oy sir Clement Malory. .u.VJ i "'" nouse urantlr.
STthe West Indian Court of Appeal whichh.'arH,r,dkJuiV SvjS,,h*, ,ho Houw "
hire last month. F1^ cn heard ,he case the following momin at n a.i
Sir clement is Chief Justiee ot tnose on ...
u. Windward and Leeward | ' .-"_. lm-
lijands and sat along with Si
1W0-^51 came bi
". \""abiy The lin.e.
of Mr Miller Juat mate t .-
cue rum on Wednesday. . u^v.
m?S STne^iwT'; 'l>" in rem.ribVVmiabie a"nd fu.'
Same" xLeldav^^oiV .'..? 2^*r.2^_t?*."-'Spk- Sutes.....
adjourned at 2 40 p.m..
earning of Princess Ah,
i the House Gramlc.
Tliis was hotlj
whom the dutv is ,m- Opposition
In every cm In which it )'Un* "***"
i n
-ontested by the
ly Mr Garner
Mr. Garner
mmmiMMmmmm^.
an Worlo
UB Guiana.
All Uiree judges found that the
appeal should tx1 allowed.
Sir Clement Hiving judm.
slid:
By section 7 of the Motor Ve-
ajcter and Road Traffic Act. 1B37
ql Barbados as amended by scc-
!, ^ ?ow undCT ""ew. th,. ?* budget waa described by Mr
ii.,entH>:, of the Legislature, a, Adams as a "housekeeping hu.
. xprcssMm me Act and partlcu- M"- '' wa. described bv Ml
?* "aln,d' T^ Bencral prir.. budam". It was described bv Mr
vas stated by Sir A-thur Crawford as a 'mas. of excuses
a nidgment o th
now 11 a"d *> of 'he Department 1117 .[ 150
i-.u.in- ..ai.4 Tfini>n-H ...
,vs und Tronfport Act.
1945 the Director of Highway* and
ftarisport lias reen orapowi-n
re to make regula-
l!on- dealins with a variety of
natters relatinK to vehicles and
ntd traffic, and by sub-section
(J) of section 7 of th* 1937 Act 1:
n; th-it:
'All Mich mful.il.um. u_.(
Itrlawith be report* d by Uk
"Director to the Governor >
-tut approval .nd sanoUon. and
"shall as soon a* potasible there-
"aiier be submitted for the ap-
"proval of boin llouaes of Ine
"Lefflilalure and if not approved
"Hhmll cease to be regulations
"from tin- date of their dutap-
"proval. bat the non-approval
"nail not affect anything done
"or *uirered under the regula-
tions between their rominx
"into force "bj the i.iiguialure
On the 19th August, 1948, the
ppeHaot, who is a sergeant of
Mice,.charged ">e respondent be.
Tore the Police Magistrate. District
A' with the uflence of parking .i
private motor car in Broad Street,
Bndgetown. or. the 7th June. 1848,
fee a longer period than was
pie
Channell
IU.u.-.S0nnri1 '" >Unlr"l street ,''"* thoroughly unsat sfactorv
The question whether pro-
visions in a statute are directory
r .imperative has very fre-
guently arisen in this country
but it has been said that no
general rule can be laid down,
and that in every ew-
ohject of the statute
looked at..
hadow ol the picket Un er for the next Parliament. But ei i
N'ot Ion- the week has '-^en fraught with try 100
-o. after much cootj nuniung political doubu. These oppooents are passing thiough d
lou^c agreed to -peaceful picket- bave not been entirety dispelled time of turbulence. In So
U gas bombs, secur: by sfj. Attlee'i Cabinet, though Asia stx divisionsthe largest part
pfUl? I wonder " list of new Ministers, and of the French Arm* which shuu'd
-------- '?rtalD moicaUons from the Con- be defending Western Kurooc -s
Itee^n L 1,?"'ES & ""'Wl' ?& *w "W "*" ""mobilised in I
e ", Jf. ftln^iJil ,M"1* 'I P0"""1 observers of what is a fugii
th), as compared to $28 500 for the about to happen. caU>
I rtaeal year Spook ng on this, The flrjt pomt to note, in the pohtical pattern ,:: .* ov,i,i
. timely aug. ntw Attlee Cabinet. Is that Mr. Mosoou som' ch A 5
ctstionthai lighter clotbing shouM Aneunn Bevan, NUnister of Health Belgium li on the potal
"issued for hot weather pertods has been severely rebuffed. Self- torn a par:
Thl* su* * Hnb chosen Minister of Something as hUng should return What .-
worthy of fuU cons deraUon The Else. "" Bevan is the ack- "
proposed $600 for horsea. 524' nowiedged leader of the Labour
rent allowance, and the $2,500 f~r {-eft- He reniaios Minister of
It-was described bv other mem- '^'i"** *onita aLso came in for Healthnot a position of great
considerable comment. power or eminence. The second
notable feature is the advance of
From One Beach To Another ,he Powcr of ""bcrt Morrison.
simultaneously the decline in the
U discussions of the t Ernest Beviti. the For-
- a have already been V'' ""'"'>' ' 'he -new men"
In the Press, so I I iiuenial positions two
icrely pick ng at odd poinU u ' PnMege 11
sewn of interest. Government ha v ,ir' *TbV*h5 new Food
decided that no further mone* u..n!fter,,l.and pn'nck Gordon-
will !>e spent on emigration T w,"r. 'he successor to the Com-
but how does one upkeep or
This ,s beyond the fd'ie" continued the former At-
inr- wh "'""'J'-Uoncral. | would haw
' i.V.1 """" "ke s"nd ,rom ""' b"c" M"aw*lli Erneat Bevln, him-
P' to anotherif there Is money In self.
Page 175: thi. ,hat many proposed cxpenditun
did not rind favour with th.
House generally, and one I" par
ticular sticks out in my m n<"
How Do You "Maintain
A Cot?
Under Police estimates the
Where the provisions of o
statute relate to the performance
ol a public duty and the case u
such that to hold null and .ol oets done in neglect of this dutv
wouid work serious general in-
convenience or injustice to per-
sons who have no control over
those entrusted with the dutv. niust be nameless,
and at the same time would not Hie same four
tain
weak understanding
writer. A relam.....I
and the lack of plans mi
Spent Force
Lth feeling abou
chaos in the tun i
8.W.UA. s( ui; r | 0 4L
There
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Princess Alice and th<
Atiuone. They uoad

e"a-a-
PAGE NINE
"1 am a proud Bill at ronsumer of . m
. - -
GOAT CHOW
The cows begin their young ones on
CALF STARTENA
btanuble from II JASON JON'eS Co.. Lid.
n
.v.v.
promote the main object of the bed for nigh on liftv ..
Legislature, it has been the -/id. other than bafaa made up
practice to hold such provisions I1"' "d bed required no
to l* directory only, the neg- do you upkeep .
lect of them, though punishable, doesn't require feeding.
not affecting the validity of the exercise All it might need would
be a little oil If the springs
squeakedand

\\.~.l :..i
Cub an
acts dona."
k**.1 "f, "' " ob)m "o"-1" by a'fe
the Legislalure In enaotmg sec-
tion 7 of the Motor Vehicles and ------
l\oaa Tralllc Act of 1837 waa to
,,,,. r--------- "* . miii,. 1,1 --...... spent foTCV ma ueciii
.- 'he treasury to pay for It". Fool- mg health has not spared In
ish though this may sound. Mr. from harsh criticism for a liumb-
Walcott has something there. One "ng radio broadcast that did the eall at Sec .
"f the greatest breeder, of crime Socialist cause no good. There is "ad. -St
is boredomand the greatest a Powerful drive afoot to ellmin-
Oreeder of boredom is Idlenen. a,c him from the Foreign Office.
It is better to have men occupied. When Parliament meets, the
even if the actual work is of no Ku,g will make the In
pints of oil for a thousand '",rms,c v-'u ' lhe community. ;" ,sl;h from the Throne out-
011 ror a thousand ,hll ,0 h,ve Ihem loanng on '"'n- his Government', polic
s w th nothing to do .*? word*. nut Into his mouth
. I i\ ihit llenva \Jtlui-a_______
aeasary forth.: purpose of taking JJjf 1?^?* D,^r f Hlfth'
up or putUng down passengers, **? a"d rmnsporl the power to
mntrary to regulation 3 of the n
0 us
but wait for another day"to~be- h> lhl' 1>nine Minister, are being
opposed to administra- come another vesterday, Unem- ,waite'1 with tense interest. All
i'Piled is ploym. | problem that Ktat*fi Br* l0 a 1*"^ "'
vftb
t)\ I KM \s S| \\^
I'erin.nient MefflOl
Sef.uiim:\ Mini;
naaa lsiauu In ,
owir, Dot
.ii ikLi7 UU
field iii.
"IMta^"
occasion
on Sale at the
ieadlna StoteS
" tu .. ,^. -----.. w uPPneo is pioymeui is a ..<.,! nioblem thai ^""'.s'- Mtr io a pcriou or social- *- i mm, i .....m.w i.
ling a ircuuenlly reeuning problem, Harbados must faceand must 'st-sponsored peace in the "class '"
road "'"' " uecuiou in the caat ..1 tackle. True, as Mr Adams """-'" There will be no a a
"" ,,;.,? "'""-"-on lU'II l .1. there is the prospect I',00"""' measure of nationalisa- HW i mrf*! II PI T A H A M/T
,ub- ft,,? ,"" J* ms'r'"' l I. but neither that, neither "on. with this small majority In As \Kr( IAI I r A W fl NI F
1 Bridjetown (Parking) Regulations ,_
IMS, Tbes, regulation, had been ^P?" "* ,0 safeguard
Hub made by the Director ol ^''"-V' lhe p,uli"" by
Snyi and Transport on the """* ,u regulations to the -- i~""- in mat cue the Court the iiroposed beer industry, the ["J -onaervauve side there is an Hao.
February, 1948, approved and "PP"v-l and sanction of the Gov- """<' uPn to construe the potter, mdustrv. or even work on I",1"1"0". I0 if "" Gove,:
Mdioned by the Governor on "'"" be'ore 'bey could come in- P^1510"' of secuon 8 of the the deep water harbour. Is go'ng P. breathing space. No coal.
Be 10th April. 1948, and pub- , operation- The legislature fks RegulaUona Act 1172 to satisfactorily solve local un- \''"r,J!' ;' 'crtou' 'b.racter will proposing .... :..
ashed in the Official Gaielte of "eveilheless desired to retain some 'Per"? which are a. fob employment There are too maiiv JS 'ow" 22H 'mn"--di.r
Although th. SSfS*" ovl'r ,his de|ogato.l low..- "Any rule m.de in our- ."ule ,n loo .m.ll . I.IZ r'erl'""e tactician. Incline to
|.i.'lc riitnn '^esx4 ha
the 12th April, 19
House of Assembly had met at
legislation, and has attempted to iuance of the
ue made in pUr- naople la too small an island h.?e,.w ,Z,'"'"<' ;':' '""
Bret schedule to Government's decision to suspend JZ.\'", lh" 'h',y *ould *
Dc fbrthw.th n.a .,,..__,.i-_. ^^ wise to force an election until I

mtervall of about one week, on J" s?10by Providing that as soon as [ha.Act shall be forthw.th laid .migration plans is pu>:
Ulneen occasions between the !">- arle' 'he Governor s sane- before both Houses of Parlla- of
10th April, 1948, the date when on ha bre" 'ven ' 'hl' "."- "*"} '< ParUament be situng,
tl regulations were approved and | ons 'he* '" '? * submitted for or ii not. then within three week.
sanetiontd by the Governor and 1 "PProv1' 0[ both Houses of the alter the beginning of the then
UK 7th July, 1948, the date when "lulature. Counsel for the re- next ensuing session of Parlla-
UK evidence given before the sPndent while agreeing tnai the ment; and If any such rule, .hall
Magistrate showed that the alleged '""'-'Ions beosme etTecUvc from be dUapproved of by either or should the public
-___i _ ,l........ r 'ha Tie ,..' 11... riis.p,./ir'D atsnrmi- M.. - n---,i----------------..
fortahlo .naifwitu )Mi,,- .1.. ''

Storm In The Teapot
Should
The budget
I

and friends
will be H
linen In tha v-
..... Summer As well ft| contain)
tat charge on.'the ground "5S ^ P**j* ? 4 *** 'rrtta * ^5^^ t^lSTZ^S? pS, bu Tnd tZSf\&^Sffi '
tbe approval f the regulations by not rx^formed the regulations nil,..,, subsequent. In hke man- froth BMBlSafFpocI^^ ?*"
both Houm* of the Legislature was would. be deemed to have eeasel ner it seems to me that the immim u. Aiij.

-approval of them, by
fortable majority. Leaving the
labour Govenuneni in poasesalon
of uneasy power until an oppor-
^honourable memb ^P ISTL'Z IgETt
' ,h" "^J'-iH SSSSl heme Uibour , the same
scare*' of forcing an atnj
I expect, however, that
n Imt-headed socialist group will
such rule, or '^L^H^aS, bTverv""m'c'ul,' ^"itr'^rt"^"
K a. shall be disapproved o, shal as member, are p*ld >ltX> n 5'Vp^lenThl^fo'L""',
it Wait, held month, and meetings are normal- from washing its dirlv '
reach of uVso regulatioiis" "huu ^J^S^^^S^X^: !?,^t t, P*^Umenl wlth*n <" provides JS.840 for the lunchS *lo?Uon
burred, there had h<-en no-ap- nl c^t|d^d, wh>ii zteat deal of month after the same shall Dm ..,,,, lLX1> 1>r *Jmh
I ap. been so laid before
proval
lMure
the date nf the Governor's ap- not be enforced7.
urov.il <
tee Homes uf the LejiiUtureJ
iiqiiired by the lubaecUon of the
Act quoted above. At the eon-
clusioti of the case for the com- EL- "i..!:der the regula- that the rules were rjparaUve ab ly but once a week, the cost of pubiic The Sn
pUinant the Magistrate dismiss**] uns mi.*lt ** perpetuated, and if initlo and that the disapproval refreshments -
suggestion Mr. AUder regarded as to keep up the political ttjtoaioD i
ll.l 1 antli'imie. a' anl .^...IiI.m

contention 1 '" -* ""'""' '"-on
tllldlt, and w ,iiV.. 'o a practical test it at once be- sion of the regulations to ,,,,. The Mind and Cnnleaaiou .1 i
Pnjcnption. and as this approval ;"m"v^,P~n.1 n,0! 7lly *'. ,.i" T ? "& P"lble ner (no longer alone as Mr. God- Scientist
tod not been obtained the regula- here be great uncertainty as to after they have been approveu dard had arrived I highlv indlg- The convicUorr of in- n. h.
ttn were invalid. From this de- '" <"" when tha ragul ti idltlon subsequent .,. He reasoned that member, i 0f to S nhii,w ,1
-Ion the appellant appeal.,, nr.1 '-'"f ' ''' but genera men- and a I that wm auned at . .,. nd lmMnr2 'ne t me ,,*,, Sd R
o he shouted, ''would begrudge us more than dlinciilt to pene-.;
**iere hi- appeal wa h' "''ul"'' m< of its right to "disoppi-
*nd then to the Chief Justice of "-operative because they had not provisions m n |] ., lh

rognitton of
little food wo put m
Barbados sitting in the Couit of **" submitted to the lcgislatun- statod In an unusuai and s^me- stomachs to keep our I
&ror. The Chief Justice dismisx- ]or Derpctuation; "hey^wil Ice aso what f^iMn*iii..
Ins ixtint, but he
much suoport
Wh;it b An Incidental?
tical "confession" was substantiai-
>it.ui iidii-s.s|ii|i ivdl gnilrgaTMl
httie opportunity to peruM ,,. ,., , ,ht. r,rl> ,
lfkaHappeal, and the appellant '' aigued. (Il if in my opinion the language tued
"M now come to this Court There tuey are not submitted to llu-I.-jU- ibOWl that the Intention at the
Bnoquetlon that the reeulntion. islature "as soon as possible" after U-gislature wa. that the regula-
.'-.. intr i irlraa the nuthorltv f 'he Governor's sanction has been tions having been made in the
whom lhe power of makine then' ontanicd and (2) if, having been manner already indicated, should
as delegated, and tha, , n as poMible." reman In force until some
fame eflactj date of resolution of approval is moved formal step was taken by the
Hwir approval by the Governor; and rejected by the Legislature Legislature to disa;
"only qucsti, ration It Is clear thai the member, of tha The prescribed step takes the 'he 1115051 i '! theni, Certainly Pue'iU had no
helher or not the* had ceased -ublic have no control whatever form of a positive resolution of but I did not:..- tot Speet for any law made bv any
be effective ,,-. n. dale when "'r 'he Person responsible for approval and if it is defeated, it 'hat was very familiar. It Is in- government for lhe guarding nf
> all*;*,! offence was committed submitting the regulations for lhe i. m effect a negative resolution variably included in all I He. w8| a|Mj is |(u
approval of the Legislature, and it of disapproval. There is authorit] whether political or commerc al supreme example of the
cannot he doubted that great pub- for holding that no legal mean- so much for incidentals' What is ,ng UllaUartual without
lie inconvenience and injustice i, can. in circumnance like on incidental1 Is it tha rod ..f lov.-.lt. ......y country In tin
-aded thr."i,^Vr."i,'.-"."7" L'. would result, partloul.rly when those in the present case, be the cat's milk or a near mop [or world He was the perfe
Wtions hefro,",ll tLlSLulS. ^8"^ Is had to the gre. vane y ,,., ,0 ,hc >lfM( Oxpi,^.on Ibe acniMM ethlng thai le, t fr .he app..,l f international
loraDnr.iv.1,1 ,.f lhe Lcs. "nature of matters which are dealt with In ,, goon u pouible'". but what- Ju.t M-or .....nniuiusni Ills, i
aiiion^ior .hiST0v."i.Wafiae ,h0 re"r"'on'. if thai l, , meaning it only for what jus' isn't? Is it ....... with Brltal......- ..... of .
aanitiZ.lu.iT. f ^ ., neglects Ml 9 so doing rorms , of ln, dlrcclorv pr, thing I could get ; foi providing him
lariilalure ii , l,ccoum Bv '"' 'enden-d the regidations invalid, vuions referred to and cone else gets" Ul .. Hut this gratitude imb
iBwhich "" i', ,W*f.iP01 "i"'-1'; Mnreavei. it inliot promote the consequences follow from neglect lead of Legal Dcpartn,. ,. t raattei hi
il imoori,,,.. ^,!ii iT .1 i" man ifno I,- ,, ., ...aiinot Is the not to lie >.. I Ita. .,.,,,
"ilfr.^i iT i declare to ilation. i ,,!., f invalldatraa UM* dowi few rrlanda; In lhe Ion..
tclved in ii "a'""-, 'n- vn u ronienill, consideration of |g nl ,ppea, ^0^ ,. al|owcu a l. ,,. found no human clement. Thi
mntenuon is the question , ( opinion that II ma,
U>VOI ill I Yl in, x,.,,
I .U.H. II I'CIIMI,.0..
nterior movement, of such
By banding over to Soviet
gents the key secret, of atoi
isaion Dr. Fuchs made possible to havi
'he explosion of lhe Russian lhe~ original pr
Atomic botab ai aarb is A,
1949. No doubt he was conteiou. in I
Like m. nalorlty r lh. .,.,- lmlvTmeN|m.l''uil,.r]v ""''!
worth >
highest type.

RECORDS

l\ mi DM IMS
\\m\i. tm um.
SEVENTH l M : 1 1PRI 88
i um i it in i in: i nitiM i
i ii hi -.s :il \l. II \n \ hi ~i HA]
III.'. III! -HI II -I
p.i.i I iii Ul nil l
in i i -'
of the latest
\ an In, Monroe
l.lrnn Miller
I ..nun. I.......
DA COSTA & Co.. Ltd.
ELECTRICAL DEPT.
An Omission
I the appellant it wa. con-
1
by the Assistant Couri 1 "
ml"ion of the rcaul.tien. 0, AppM, itmuU ^ annelid.
Jbcr iiie-'tovSr';
"WbHou^i IS the iTui'.tu,. "'" "" '"""''" ml,"d ' * M'" '
"**"*-'-' dl approval, as soon
"possible after they !
wed the Governor', approval, ai """
.' lory or imperative I' Courta cannot queatlon th)
Sje peovlaloni arc imperativo of the regulations on th.
J* to earrv them out will - that the.
JJ_ m 'In regul.tloi helna re-'- have not been compiled with TTe
fed wholly Invalid; it tin. are i.medy for this non-ol
jetory no luch.......q'uence must be by action of the I
"Its and the provisions are and not bj Jujl.i-
auM M "mere In.trucllons for ary Th. "at on ot
tuldance and government ol lb
made by the Court of keep of police cots! I ofte
Msh mat la eacuge In lh.
and determine according to law
If a. I hold, these privisions H.ving regard to i
the stances there will he no
*o the cost, of the appeal.
amarlna and
Mr. Fuchs for which he is nov
arvli | the .....ilm un
land i.l- 15 years Hut Mr. I'uchs opit,.-
tbougn i., d iiersonalues n
amali. I think most memberf "^ oaajot pnblaat or out , .
would like t,i at m.....than 11 on win i
for new instruments. Cap! Ral-Jfthe l<'t> Of 0UI
(Sgd | CLDaBNT HALONE,
Cluel J
Windward Islands an,.
, lain:-
%in-s3ir * "> "
son and hb> men an- de4hg im- J
job. and are a major
l ver they phi. J
buy much in the nuaical instt
rneiit line IM v |
ment see M to incn-a-
inn will havc|
high publ.c support.
X ullt Uolltl. il. i
And in the Kremlin?
no sense in
ha [ad that !tMt> .tntl 1950 ;ir
'rtiMding loma 'tartlmg hiusnphl
'or the thirteen chief Corr
3*VL WktL
lEKTEX CELLULAR u -I-
Short '.. ,u lo 40
" ; SI 98
02 2G
\l nil \ i I l.l.l I \l; HKAU
M;-
$2. Iii
\FltTIX ( (l>lltis MIIIN-
i link drawers
< S3 86
i t-i. i\ii c in ins
Mill.: IK M -1- and
trunk drawer.
:
II I KM ill l Ml PTJAMAI
la 44
le, suit $3.74
Ml IKOI'OLE PTJAM i-
Per suit
$7 48
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
Hi. II. 12 i 13 iiru.ui Strtwl
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lowesi price.
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Roebuck Street, Dial ?,072 & I
ioa)oiiuuuuuuuaubBi|^
TROUBLE FREE
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
1 7S K..W. DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS
1 B.W.
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lt.$ R.VV.
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a k.w. ;
All reaaplete with Swltchaaaraa aad AataanaUe V.ltagr
agalalen.
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PAGE TEN
-.1 M>\V \l>\oc ATE
Football
Starts Here
This Week
Pound Cut
Ups Price
O/Petrol
0 tram pate S THE increase in Lbe price of
the senior games ..: (aaolenc is due U devaluation uf
K. r vision and the pound sterling, Mr. /nun
hn rar> ot their diligent sec- Knigm, of the Gasolene Depart-
reury Una Byer reflects 'he ment of Messrs. Da Costa and Co
in ihe Baibados told the Advocate yesterday.
Referees' Association. Mr. Knight said that the price
I.1.9I tout nnt least thanks are had actually been increased sine*
ent Mr E. K last year when existing stock* had
who unoalentaUcnBlr been consumed subsequent to de-
did imieti to encourage and help valuation Government had until
i work of the March 9 p.*! a subsidy to the
Association. . Mojor A R. Foster our Senior m order to keep the price down
Vice-President was an usual in-
defatigable Mr S O'C. GtUens) It U understood, said Mr
and Mr D H L. Ward our Jun- Knight, that that subsidy had
lor Vice-presidents were always been paid from Government Cess
willing and co-operative when- f\,ntj which the oil companies had
peer their wrvices were needed. (or a period of years paid into
I clow now with the hope that tnt, t;0vornmenl on the landed
Ihe BAFA, will u*e hut tMtt of gasolene so that a itaMlised
season as a milestone along the pl|cc shou|d ^ m^numed.
Journey to greater /"*, He believed that the Govern-
Cnerats "Boogies Willing** mcntl Cess Fund had been ex-
Membe.' look tne opportunity nausted, and that there was no
later in the meeting to offer other recourse but to make the
congratulations to Mr. C. B. present increase
wlluams, ;i member of tfce The price of kerosene oil has
S A FA., who has bean selected a.-0 m,,, ,tepped up
r>reaenl Ihe Wast Indies in
.150 crickei tour of England j. to no, y*, jmow,, whether the
also Hcrided at Ihe 5ix ^n), Increase in the price
meetmj. lo accept an application of -^oi wiii mean an increase
for ......... '------ *------
the
400 Sign
Petition
WELL over 400 perscn--
now signed Ihe Electric Consumer
Associations Petition, the Adveeatr
learnt yesterday.
f.f the*e 3M signed at the Ad-
Department or i h
Advocate, while at three other
business places from which in-
formation could be secured yester-
day about (he signing, the total
reached 11. These were; Har-
rison's 29, The Ideal Store 45 and
Club Morgan 42.
Information from the Union
Club was that no one has yet
signed the Petition there.
The Petition was first presented
to the public on March 1.
New Hostel For Colonial 12 Films To
Students Near Harrods Be Produced
In Jamaica
SrXDAY, M.AR{ ,,
W
KINGSTON. Jca. (By Mail).
Robert B. dimming. President
Of, Kingswood Films Inc of Chi-
cago. U.S A., who have a mono-
poly franchise for making, moving
Utivi "-m from y bu. fjreSi ,he Adveeate ..
Friendly JtoUHjU w Q |he Barbados Bus Owners*
Cart AndCar Collide:
Mule Wounded
The left shaft and right iron
stay of a cart wav broken, the
front fender of a car damaged and
a mule wounded over its left eye,
when an accident occurred on
Black Rock Road at about 3.55
, rn on Friday
The accident involved motor car
M-2112. owned by C. Thompson
nf Reed Street and driven by
Blade Ready of the St LawrenoO
Hotel, and a mule dr/wn cart.
owned by Victor Bedford of Upper
Hank Hall and driven bv Samuel
UvtfM >f Black Rock
Club* of the Barbados Friendly
y '.-Mi lo compete in
the Knoekoul < mpetiUon this
-
Articles W orth
>mil Mining
Association and Eckstein Brother-
official information as to what
the Increases in the price of petrol
ens] the three cents addition lo
1. e price of kerosene will mean
in the general cost of living was
nol available yesterday either.
For sometime now. some bus
concessionaires have been urging
an increase In bus fares on the
ound that they had increase.!
f bus workers.
TliL lov ot a quantity of
articles valued $100 was reported ,ne wages
tts4 Oi :>u:U< atreet
. that me articles were The Manager of the Barbados
removed irom his fruit shop at xax, cab Co. sale1 ne was almost
the same add* MX) sure that taxi rates would have tc
p.m. on Tuesday and BOO a.m | ,sed. although it wouH
not happen tomorrow He addc
that he would go Inlo the matter
Rice Comes
From B.G.
Two thousand five hundred bags
of rice arrived from British Gui-
ana yesterday The "Timothy A. H.
Van Sluytman brought 1.000 bags
and the "Frances W. Smith" 1,500
The "Timothy A. H. Van Sluyt-
man" also brought 120 tons of nre.
w.tod. 45 cases of matches and 800
I igs of charcoal.
Lebanese Minister
Wednesday
689,000 for
Water Work
Machinery
iHaibiaex vilt ( ntHNXfiili
KINGSTON
The Water Commission is plac-
ing orders abroad for machinery
to carry out various projects, fol-
lowing the settlement of the
689,000 loan terms.
Some machinery essential for
Ihe Ginger River scheme and west
Kingston development water
works will lake about eighteen
months to reach here.
The Commission is however go-
ing ahead with preliminary I
Work is proceeding on the W.I
University water supply project
A pump house is being erected on
the site and work on a service re-
servoir Is about to
In full charge of the Corporate
Area the People's National Party
elected their Mayor and Deputy-
Mayor .'it their meeting yesterday
The Mayor is Councillor Willi.im
Seivright. JP. who has held the
high office before and the Deputv
Wills O Isaacs, M.H R., the ex-
treme radicalist of the Party. La-
bour members present at the meet-
ing voted for Mr Seivright but
Madame Leon (Labour) the only Hans Crescent Hostel is opened
woman member of the House of
Representatives, declined to vote
for Isaacs as did the CustOf of St.
Andrew, Hon George Seymeur.
O.B.E
After being absent from Coun-
cil meetings for several vears. the
Custos of Kingston, Sir Noel Liv-
ingston was present at the elec-
tion because, of the mandamus
Barbados Advocate Correspondent
LONDON, March.
Council have this week announced their
latest svh,etr. for .mpruvmg accommodation for colonial
try. They tiave acquired a large hotel
jn south-west London which they are turning into a hostel
to be opened in the early autumn. It will have accommoda- ^
tion for 2il m?n students, 151 in tingle rooms and sixty in pictures in Jamaica, announced
yesterday that an agreement had
Hans Crescent Hostel, near been reached for his company to
Harrods. is to be opened because make twelve motion pictures for
the three existing hostels which distribution by Eagle-Lion Inc.
he British Council took over largest U.S independent film
rom the Colonial Office it< th* di tributor. All twelve Alms will
beginning of the year "cannot be produced in Jamaica under
provide accommodation and cater- the new Kingswood International
ing facilities of the improved s*iim Financing formula,
standard which the Council is in- Mr. Cummin*, while giving no
troducing." details as to stones, producers
It has also been announced this or stars, said production of the
week that the hostel in Winpole lirtt ft\m would begin about.April I
Street, one of the three referred Y
to. is being closed as soon as
possible. About twenty students,
mostly Nigerians, are living then
at the present and they have been
offered alternative ocflBBsnoda-
Uon at the Balmoral Hostel or ,n
private lodgings which will j*
lound for them by th* Council.
The students were informed lWmttm4m ^.^^ essasssjassstM
OsM time ago that the hostel KINGSTON, March 8
would be closed and many nave Tne SuIar Manufacturers Aase-
.i I ready left. iiation of Jamaica is pressing the
When the students from wim- ^1^ Ministry of Food for more
[K.le Street have been satisfac- ships to Lake sugar from the is-
torily settled elsewhere, tne iand ghips w(]l ^ needed be-
council will proceed with the lween now ^^ j^y m Vi,.w ol
.losing of Uie other two hostels the storage position.
at Hailam Street and Collingham Comparatively small tonnage is
Gardens. Similar warning is be- being shipped to Canada out of
ing given to the students living the total of 130,000 tons which the
there at the moment, and they British Ministry is reserving to
will also be offered alternative mce1 possible Canadian requlre-
commodation until the new menta.
Most of the sugar estates are
now turning out the current crop.
Jamaica
Wants More
Ships For Sugar
fiaMJ/t
Rirh. line loharrt
and ihe -rh-tip
lor eleaner Nnokiag
STtD FROM LONDON.^ENGLAt^
f. ton,*. 110 T
Jamaica Bananas
Face Seriou9 Losse*
Police Adviser
Leaves Jamaica
iij. r...d. vjvl-.u Crr*pondrBii
KINGSTON. March 8.
Mr. W. Johnson, Police Adviser
to the Secretary of State for the
CLARK t o!
H i,^rl- a riving
as removed
: tiop at
Clark.
tatad Bi
in the course of next week befo
Heflnit-
at
The increase which he anticlpatt
w tl b "fnall one. ho*
d
Housewives who do most "f
., cuokin, bv kerewn, oil
I rton-lto jun ud w.,n h- ,, ,h(. pin|0 ..

Vnnbers <>f the public
who travel by taxi or
i opinion with regar in
gasolene
BirklilM Ad*oU tir*.pondnti
KINGSTON. March 8
Jamaica bananas, which are
__earning an unfavourable name on
Invited To Spain ;J^SH!^h,^ FSZ^SXfVZSS S*S^ ,*m*.*0.M
grown in Sierra Leone.
The British Ministry of Food has
signed a one year experimental
banana contract with Sierra
I 7 30 p.r
Tlft QB l ^i qu:iitiity of arUcles

.; .. -.-.
J..m*. tt' stated thai his resi-
.
lween 9*9
Friday
BEIRUT. Itaroh II
I .
I Inlip Teclu who left here b. kr
today fur Brazil, has be-
by General Franco to visit Spain
i ii nis return trip
ki taking deci....
i.l Khury to the Brasil-
lan President. General Enric i

. Argentina
Reuter
ri. and which
member of the Council
-hould b- present. Sir Noel, who
in a lawyer pointed out that under
member who
failed to attend th'.1 meetings could
ic praaa
the Colonial Office, London, who
have been on an investigation tour
of the police force-; in the B.W.I..
have left for Nassau and will later
proceed to Bermuda before re-
Lconc, which opens up the possi- ripnin- . i onar,n
bil.ty of substantial future sup- ,urrnJn* "S2S?"
BICYCLE DAMAGED


:.: oagui
. n* i a Broad Stieet. nei
halted rish Arrives era*, at
.nto Cai- Involved in tl i
Helgradr
of s.:lted fleh from Newfoundland Weakes of Goodland am
ol Brown of River Road, and
on the market vet White as the! the bicycle, which li owned by
quantity of this aquatic food wa-l- McDonald Nurte of fit Stephen'*.
going b< i Roe*
Overs!. |it >V ith
7 I \larm Cloek.-
i, 12
A man who overslept aiui
his plane here felt abnormally eba -
tii.ned about It Hi w an alarm
clock halcsman
in fact." he shtepisnly told
airUna officials. "I wa> sk
with 74 alarm clocks in a VOUpM
of cases right under my beti '
Sail Fish Importers
Fare Competition
KING8TOM M irS 8
Annouiir>-r
thai until further notice, an f.M u
/erned
t although Hi.

Owing to the fact that taM ilsli
which one | lew a-
Id Bg4 'i to 1 6 per lb
> meat, salt Ash n fast
from the local snenu
pie have turned U< me.ii. This
cutting out of one day. ol the
weekly allotment for berf will
help the inportari ol Mil :ish who
re now faced with serious losses.
plies from this growing Afri
area.
Sierra Leone has been trying for
the last ten years to sell bananas
to Britain, and this new agree-
ment may mean a cut in the UK
prices for bananas. At present
.i is gettuin 32 per ton.
Jamaica Will
Welcome Princess
Alice Again
KINGSTON. March II
Princess Alice will be given a
-'vie welcome by the KLngstuu
St Andrew Corporation
They expressed thjmselves as
being very grateful for I
ance given them by officials in Ja-
maica and the other islands. Mr. |
Johnson recently presided over Bi
conference of Police Commission-'
ers in Barbados
Claims 100 Lives
In Two Months
a **..".i* ttsfssjasssttatj
KINGSTON. March 8.
Vomiting sicklies* continue^ to
reap its grim tuil. New agsMI iDcl
deaths are reported every day and
the demand is growing that ex-
perts from UNO should be asked
to come here to determine the
nature of this strange killer
i n return here from her present which only kills during the winter
[afisn lour The ship wll months and then mostly children.
1 main in Jamaica for three days Deaths this year have itone over
cfore proceeding to England 100 already
SERVICE
AT IT'S BEST!
"VaiSlidll
AlServiei
from AtoZ
wassevsff asmo* your VmusmII car snay require a
dsst sou would rather leave to rcptrt hsncli, ot major isai
psoa* equipment too may witty oilimi ike work ( L |l
VauzWl sfjouslirii, we kotn> VaosaaH imt eml tbeu atma nsss
MsirAioz. ROBERT THOM LTD.
COURTESY GARAGE
^ffOT
SENUINE PARTS
All pert, fold and Mwd by u. we twSn by Vsswi '
Kninecri, to ihe un pMtivlwn U ISom gtiswfe I
tilled lo the vehicle. Nv nlher pwt* mil |
Mine -ood wrvicc and ih. |>ikw t* n
C. F. Harrison A Co.. (Bdos.) Ltd.
Have pleasure in Announcing that they have been appointed
soli: LOCAL mvriiiRirroiis
OF T1IK WiiHI.I) FAMOUS
;
CYCLES
For 70 years HUMBER" Cycles have maintained their
Reputation for QUALITY and SERVICE and have been
ahead oi all other makes in DESIGN. MATERIAL and
WORKMANSHIP.
The Accumulated Experience Gained by Generations of
Expert Cycle Craftsmen is Reflected in the Fine Models
now being produced and so highly is the HUMBER
esteemed that it is privileged and Honoured to cany the
ROYAL WARRANT.
PROUDLY AND JUSTLY THE MANUFACTURERS OF
HUMBER" CYCLES CLAIM THAT THEIRS IS
THE ARISTOCRAT OF A'-L CYCLES.
We Have Just Received . .
GENTS' GREEN MODELS
(22 and 24 Inch FRAMES)
Complete with 3 Speed Gear. Lighting Set, Pump. Bell.
Tool Bag & Tools, Cycle Lock, Yellow Duster, Lubricating
Oil. Etc.
Thv II hi lil \ I iitf-i 1 ffrh- Fully I i/it if/jiiI untl
Kva*n For Ih,- IIm,I
only $77.49
BV* Full Range of Other Sizet and Models Expected Shortly
HARRISON S HWMBERS
W' ^^F-. W <''VSw i.' t*
WITH THIS NEW
MULTI-PURPOSE
LUBRICANT
m
To MAKf YOUR Shellubf.toliO" |0b M
itr, mot* cfficienl and mO't lOlii'MIM J
lo your 00110016-. Shell hot d>"'loeW
on oil-new. mult'-ourpose greose to M
known os Shell Relino A. Thil tingle I
motlioble lirhlum-boie greow *;l1 '>** j
cole wheel beorfngn gniveriol ioinB, t'
woier pumpi and chowlt alikew |
brlconr doing, ihe wotk 'hal ptoion* I
leqwired lour
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Agents-DA COSTA & CO.. LTD Sub-Agents-BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD


tf, MARCH 12. 1950
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I' U.I
BARBADOS AND THE ROYAL VISITORS
Above at right. Hei Royal Highness Princess Alice and .he
Rt. hon. the Earl ol Athlone, greet guests as they arrive at the
Evening Reception at Government House on Thursday.
Abcvo at left :s the Too at the Garden Party held at Govern-
ment House in honour ol H.R.ri. Princess Alice and the Rt. Hon.
the Earl ol Athlone. Included in the group are Hon. G. D. 1.. Pile
M L.C.. Hon. V. C. Gale. M.L.C.. Hon. G. B. Evelyn, M.L.C a*d
Mrs. Evelyn, Dr. C. B. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs, T. E. Went
Picture al lelt shows a
group oi Guests who were
at the Garden Party on
Wednesday afternoon at
the entrance ol Government
House.
At right a member ol the
Barbados Regiment in
"Zouavo" uniiorm and a
butler, hand around sand-
wiches and other savourios
at the Garden Party on
Wednesday afternoon. In
the background are the
tents fa-om which refresh-
ments were served.
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Alright, some of the ladiss
at around a table omp'.y
ixcept lor a lone top ha
ntting on it. In the back-
jfjand tho gen's are s a .J-
-, u imad groups chen-
Picture at left shows somo
ol the guests at Govern-
ment House on Wedno .day
aiternoon during the Gar*
den Party. Several ol the
officers from H.M.S. "Glar-
gow" were there.
Cadets ol the Police Band
shown i:t right iji.vo a Toy
Soldier display durinq tho
evening reception at Gov-
ernment House on Thurs-
day and a repeat perform-
ance on Friday morning lor
the Children's Tarty. Picture
shows them in tho middle
ol their cmusir.cj drill rou-
tine at tho evening recep-
\* ion.
m
#.*#-- Z* Z #-#*#*# **# #^-^ #
AT lelt, nine Boy Seamen
Jrom the H.M.S. Glasgow
danced the Sailor's Horn-
pipt at the Evening Re-
Dn Thursday n;ght.
The average oqe of these
Italian,
i.
Wn-E P,inC0Es llco
*Qkl 'o one of the school
*"" Hi. Excellency the
^nor
glances sky-
^*" ol an approaching
"cloud.
Portly after the picture
""nght as taken, the
** P>y had to taka
"""or three minutes duo
""Ught pasting ,howw.
Picture at left shows
Princess Alice and the Rt.
Hon. the Earl oi Athlone as
they bid goodbye to the
small group ol Government
Officials and their Wives,
who were at the Baggage
Warehouse on Friday aiter-
noon. She is seen here
shaking hands with_ the
Hon. P. F CaiBpbeU,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


PAGE TWELVE
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
gQNPAv. am,
:.;.
Unification of Public Services Report smokers can sMllE
The publication of thf Rr-
a*rt ol ll- ( oiuniiifcion on Ihr
the ruMir Ber-
vjees In .. Jtiitish c ,
(0-J.4N
Tfcr opt-nlni porilon ot .!.
report uppnarfd in this news-
tuprr on Friday and ywler-
da>. aiid thf remainder will
be publhh'-d dsllv until It l
romplflcd
The t> p->- wwrtin
. already ma*
that we arc not a Sal.<'
lion partakes of the nalurr of
not
sucli as 1'
m the sal- I' u
:
able then
be leiet-j
broken unless i in be prov








found of ffivitg financial assi I '
I
would arson! u ith Uh i fias been Sained, to en-
mission, but the effectiveness oi in paragraph die them lo discharge the hlgh-
anv service be it unftie* or not. 21 iviih ef Colonial 197, where it -iiitics devolving upon the ;id-
rrust depend in large measure on is -pcciflcally laid down that, in mlnlstratlve claf*. In the follow-
S?prospect.s which it offers to the the n ruitlng staff. ing paragraph* wc mnkc propose.
or.trnnl bv way of a career. Many ioorcr colonies should not i -
men seek post-. In the public scr- disadvantage
See and elsewhere* from a rtron, *uld only ,
tense of vocation, but there is no- add that the pdMttoo, which is al- further from or our
thine cvnical in the proposition leady serious enough, is likely to Intel <; clos-
Sd the higher the salary scale* Income even mg to ure to members of the clerical
attaching to a service the higher he continuing rise in prices. It grad
will be the quality of the officer-
In that service. The r. :
these observations lies in the fact
that in the highest and upper mid-
dle ranges of the civil services in
the Caribbean area the salary
levels arc low. in many instances
..( thr avenue of nromo-
..ould. to our minds, be disastrous lion tn the higher grade*. On the
if the improvements in the public contrary, proposals will
servfCM which underlie the Secre- later in this chapter designed to
Igry of State's draft despatch long. The
M.iv. 1946. "!( to mi on concerned to
wreck on the lor- the fullest use Is
Particular Services
deplorably low. as compared with l this chai Unee obtaining In other parts of -arvirrs which we have rccom- ,..,..i.
ttTColonlal Empire. The posts en few and their bn he........tarred 10 in para- 'no sugeestion put forward by he
in these ranges are nr im mm t iaim <* - -
occupant, therefore count for Utl administrative Secretary of State the existing
politically, with the result that the
case for remunerating them ade-
quately is apt to be overlooked in
favour of the more numerous, and
therefore more politically power-
ful, lower ranflM It is not a ques-
tion "f salaries being insufficient
to attract to the public services
men of the highest qua]
It is a question of the salaries be-
ing Insufficient to ttn
with the minimum qualifications
required. Tune and again we were
shocked to h
.ideations an darn the rl?!&
and the remainder &** "*
re can reach any con- rejected the altern.a,.,
to the posts which & three
iuld be scheduled in i
dministrativo service, it is neces-
id*l the future- orfMl-
- that service, a subject
1 leh is dealt with in paragraphs

: May, 1946
Al he ther.- polntl OUt tt I
from Heads ol de- mil ,,ri Indeed almost the exdu- lertcal
lasses, nrimiti!
. pplication t*> the
rices with
a nich
We recommend that the admin-
iald be recruited
iccruitment and
promotion from the
class. For the I
L'commend the crea-
tite qua! 11
side the public service
Uc services elsewhere The diffi-
cult', shows
in -he case of those poet:
tivel> fe In number, which, ow-
ing to the absence of local candi-
dates with .'' qualin-
cations, need to be Ailed by per-
sons from the United Kin*.;
the nominlons. An ejcce-r-
this general comment on the in-
adequacy of salaries in tin
ranges of the civil service)
be found in Trinidad und Tobago,
the Governor of which has recent-
ly revised the salaries of
A Differentiation
In paragraph 21 of Colonial 197.
the Secretary of St I
tenlion to the fact th^t theft
be circumstances which Ju
differentiation m the matt
lursc of"oT.r'"v7slts to th*
whm ex- h< uld i I \ ublic
. r*


. llitv
. | Sen i< e
hilfl favouring such
tl rule. On the DOC
found a few Instances of direct
appointment of local ci
found that In oi
. admlnis-
infrequently h
.
ical grade, but from tl
i,(-sSenger grade. Subject 1 1, Pi',''
idincation*, the poslt(< not sn'"c
in hoi
far man valuable
to the ad-
e object
which the West Indian li\

- to him

i

emoluments be'a stattng of tl
local descent and tin expal
officer. After lavir.t down
principle 1 nould
fixed <
recruited staff. n- *r.T";.
"Where the salaries so I..... "'n -
kMUflWienl to attract an.,
officers from overseas. exp..f
my should be provided fo. such


i
will -v future
': ,
I .
disposed U

i support

. car>

1
those i

poaitii
aries than th" In thf
Caribbean region I.twal rersons
' ular
' t ('turn-
ing to the general question
low Mian; leveis In the highest tilling
and upper middle ranges of the
public services, wc are, of
( the colonies
*lth which v
poor, and tl ..
large proportiu'i of the annual re-
is swallowed up by personal
But the poii'
We wVb to emphastxe is that
neither the federation of a
nor the unification oi
produce an effl
as the present low levels of salary
make It unpossiblc f
to compete with colonies el <
ultahUlty


of the
. .----_
to i
i

-*
' :
young clerical officers of execp-
. "i training as
would warrant their promotion to
the cadet grade Mere agam the
conArmation of their appoin
would i
period of two years.
The

to be sele
"What form should their
ing lake"", and "Ron
of training to be mtt?"
As regards the ffnt r
it is clear that the
on on the officers
i must rest with th.
i vice Commission. It
be wasteful of public Fun
rce of disappoinment
officers concerned U
number of young officers
selected for training than
be absorbed in the ae
and it is only the Public
Service Commission that
forecast with any accura
number of adminr'
rilled from th.
'iie time, it will obv
be impossible for the Comn..
to know at first hand whl
the younger clerks tn the various
.. evince such axcapl
promise as to make It

*ould make
'



f f the


Tninlnf




to I
I



|

I

the tral n
if a (Mb
Kpanditure
mat from fed
Colonial Uevel
Welfare funds, if
O
individual rolonh
n -portions
Lratlv< j inges are wholl
rtion to the lowest admin- admin'strative. within the i
.strative grade above that of inK attached in the preceding
cadet of experienced clerical pflraRraph to that term.
rs who have shown them- irr however, a number of;
i capable of doing admin- ]Ta50ns which make it impo
' t'rei-t [0 u,hP the -.it
appointment of officers of m-h cbeduling certain eli
mic attainments and |M trlr if-;.
Ie personality to the
srade. and thirdly. Nature Of Duties
promotion to the cadet grade
suitable training, of We have made it \
,'.lv selected young elertcnl inclusion or exclusion
nfficers! post depends upon the i.
the duties atUciiing to U
Having dealt with the subject 3re gdoiiniatrative the ,
f the classification of the admin jnciuded> and if not. not. The fact,
., and clerical advices, lnere(orei tnal sorne 0f tnc posts
[th the methods of entry m (he [j^g^ ciericai grades are
be former, we proceed to acjr unistrative and others not
ration of the poets to De rulcs t ^ st.he,Ul!ln-
mJ$LUn We have Posls m * rades' *#
seH}^ Ji^v flni * eaaea where U*
TT2? .S-Soe" and SUd on
- satisfied that the only W** of such posh
terion Is whether or no Wf number of cJe,
the duties attaching to a post v. iber of
administrative. Our such post! cleai
k la. therefore, to define dependent on the nature of the
,;es and functions which duties attaching to them.
ird as approprate to the colony. Barbados the posts in the
,rative class highest clerical grade are not
allocated as between departments.
Formation of Policy though Ihey are shewn in the es-
timates under the depart!!;-
In general, the duties appro- wMcn ,neir occliponLs h. ,
to the adm.ms ^ ,
. ttntral service gVl
..t a particular tiiru
era! adminiati "f pure .hnnc.v n
, ., .,, lepartmenu hf POfJ could then-r -
.r criterion t< i
\M schedule.
. term. .. :
itta attacking
clcriad post
s ....,.<.. lea, wina a view to ,,
Governors, deciding on which ol tha
I doubt or dlnVultv which scheduled and which tli
'tl.:n balo hirthaa raBactton bai
tha machinal i.uiness of thin approach tc
the problem, and that lor twe
i order to ni. reaaont. In the first place.
iclant and aeoni indicated in the pn
lower ranges, the admin paragraph, there are a number 01
......Been who are ., ,- iU irbich appeintmi
ri at headquarters will be postjj ,n [nc higheat cli
the critical examine are determined not by thi
.: caaea which an ,, bl

lU for the exei
judgment and
ej will prepare memo sallsBed T
' '
01 decide questions which "' '"
.!.,. ,^L^ w, ,.....->..,. lh<'lr exclusion Cooi
Yes. Nicora keeps your teerh
really clean, free from nicotine
stain and dulling film. No
need to worry about that extra
cigarette, if you OM Nkota.
NICOTA
duarene. .! you oaa NtCOU. f..*.,,-,,. ^*ai
You will be delighted who the SMOKERS' TOOlHPltf
pearly whjteneaa of lev teeth ""HjIe
whitens your lee*,
brighfenj your '
" rnile
pearl]
and the freshnesi of your mouth.
Get a tube of Nicola today.
6-iYieetcM
and th<
post

f of the duttc
holders may be dll
em-
: ofAcan throunhout the
I Empire Tl':
functions I
. ion
i
,k which >!
u dURculty In sched ''

\. frill ft Man Bron

Jch he,
I'lt i the extant to which advocati
duties are itch, and which we ha
ended pai Bgi ipfa ih i*f
.i .n-ved in
.mple way.
from paragraph 1ft of th
,:. of State's. draft (To be nmturned i
T7hf]l9atJn
little m
9
y.
togetKis
KLIMMI:^
asfcstashecan
iayl ELSIE the BORDEN cow
I'"' youi youoi ii .. hit, KIIM ^KU
pimtv ire .flichilh guiided.
E.er, ..inn,ii, inipii.vemeoiuiaaaalBjy
ceruuo KIIM r"'ilcidhi.lemilkc' with die bfloebu "i farm-fraah nrifc
The tare with whkh KI.IM a pi.iduitpai
ll aped and dislrihuitil ...utct yoa .iB._
L| dellciou.. ^^)u^l^llin^, safe milk for Mwdilee,
KUM MILK
FIRST IN PRIFIRENCE THE WOILDOID.
"""""*"
A Finn- und
\H A i; KANT TALC
Hitil to disrni *'.Mii. Atsfsc
orinkl- : I 'uiililoiltbaal*
Um cU) ad] rrfiTaai;*
Om tra.lu.f-> riHlurr*. for : n t TikWas*
oftlMH Utd llllrlKM [>PU*J * *
uprnoif skill f"i -i- Ii ' "* > fWfcs*
ridaue nri .-;
;--c TALC
^ bourToT^J
<] /r,-,e
Ml BrOk*Mim. H
n itii no
i
h would b* ie '" reb

mg iblo. save m varj

Q
:th outside interests foi ln-
hlghly quilifled recruits The p.si- t to |
afc\ J. K tfre ute'
Ths SHADEINE COMPANY.
t, Ck.rihMI aod. *. WJ,
LONDON. inUA
~5ZE
CYCLISTS
?
ONCE AGAIN
THEY ARE HERE
DUNLOP
28" x \\" Crcum Roadster Tyres
28' x 1^" Pink Roacistt r TyMM
26' \ \\" Racing Trres
ECKSTEIN BROS.
DIAL 4269 BAY STREET
'another remarkable
thing about white ants
|
7rt9efft*tf*yf
Jvn. Qunn '
*to '.000 ei J day. m<*
develop mto worktri
.d.ptcd lor dtitroyii-J t
atram
a fcuttJn* ATUSA
AUSTIN'S FA .OUS RECORD-BREJtKEn-
The A90 'Atlantic' Convertible
if
I
!i
I...........
^."ATLASA
UNIVERSAL .!, or D.in fc
pojiti-c protcl on uta.mt Whu.
Anu, Borer.. Roi ind fun|l. Pun
or polnti ovci feiied wood. N
odour. NoAre-rnk
ECONOMICAL H.|Mr coocen
tr.li j itvol (image writ
diluted for ' |oes further an.
coiu ie...
PtRMAiajgNT Ci'molwlh-u
or aviponte Coi>btnev
flerei. tou|hent it.e i.mber in.
make* It (lea*raaraunt.
Allot t" .frith.
Kent, 'a/land.
agents Wtlkuaon Ha/naa a
Co endfeiowr,. Bi-bidot
For parmanent protection
Motoring/* biggest thnli ..: today ... the
Austin A90 'AUanLic' weeping in v.vie.
luzuriooaly appojnte.l id v.ith a,:
extrcmery taat and al> yr irmance.
The A90 holds 63 a itock car
recorda, gained by co ; 11.850 miles
in 7 days at India S \. Ii
eg
gives you today's imcst open "^^
.ar motoring. ^
ia FETUIES: 88 b.h.p. 0.HA t"
carbumter engine; steatni- conmli curved -iodacietni iDdeegeet.
fronl wheel suspension. r
The AM l> olio o.o..le *P
Baangwaatrinafewmn^'. nSbvill
help you and this is v. lut a C. F..CI icctric
Kettle will give you B
polished aiuminiuu-..
ing spout. AnditisMic
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. ITD.
BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
.ifSENTINC !X Ct,\HAl tllCWC CO ITD. 01 CNC1AN0
PARTS anl ndi Au.iin Scrvue .over, [he wori.1, and Ausoa
owner, erer) in Jcpend on it for parts, servicing and lepejn.
AUSTIN -you can depend o- ''
I full di-tails HOW from :
DOWDING t FATES & TRADING CO. I*
"1T1IN KOI 1
1372-13 BAY STREET, BRIDGETOWN
. N Ii u
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SlNhAV ADYoc
COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
WROAIIWA. BMH SHOP. iifta-, ,.-.... v,obt..
Gift
i irrwmn
bjl dug ana tv
*........t-*.ic>ut
Gordons
Stands Sup'MAfiJi
SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE
PAGE TIIIRTF.F.N
FKFSH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
INDIES' COSMETIC BAUS and FINE POWDER PUFFS.
CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES VACCO FLASKS
?ARLEYS CONDITION POWDER for Horses
CAU. la at:
MMvrv's tin- iJimiaH **## Ynur t'anv II,,,,In,,. PruMvms
MARKHAM CANE CARTS
LOW COST -------- LOW MAINTENANCE
CHEAPER TO OPERATE
EASY HAULING IN WET WEATHER
1/5 Ton his nilli Hmk.-s_______________$l.2.tO.0O -arh
2 Cntl and I mrlnra,_______________.....J 1.1.,0.00 ,, li
K* Hlork
ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
TWEEDSIDE ROAD, ST. MICHAEL DIAL 4629, 4371
VrttWAV,V.VAV,v.v.-.v.v,
'''''>'s-'*',;',;'S,',',vs,'a'v
BUILDERS REQUISITES!
NORTEX Hurdooum
NORTEX Insulation Board '"
' in the following sizes:
4 X 44 X 7,4 .n Complete II \INTS
LEAD PIPE In M 10 IVt"
CIALVANI/.! i;im;
Also we still hove available a limited supply
of Salvaged COPPER GUTTEHIM.
Sizes : 18". 14', SO" Ml
I THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
CINTRAt FOlMlin LID. Preps.
NO. 13. NELSON ROAD
Navy Gardem Ch Ch
YOUR HOME
this sman, lasting,
waterproof finish.
1 in matt
Hghl-n t
in is hygienic tnee it- wash tomotes
m-iximiun rival
SNOWCEM
[CMCB DECORATIVE WATERPROOF COATING
Obtainable (a:
. nlvtr-grey. u-
-
/rom
A HAHNES
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SUNDAY ADVOCATK
wm-mia^
CLASSIFIED ADS.
HATE 9

WANT1J>
NO LEAL
. hers* .
'; ADVOCATE '
THANKS
Wr bra.
*rd*.
ft* .
the >
ifip recent Ninl of ik"
-.1 and father JAMtS S*X
Oola rm" * ' /". Room,
I! !W In
thank all per-
etftndrn ihe funeral, arm 'iHi. let
i M9 expr***
fi our recent
- Owrn. Carl. Nol.
* I Idrem
1J3W In
. .-a btf tluvjugh Ihl
(hank all trtoar peraon* wh
Ihe funeral, arm wreatha. I?*
Mr* end card, ot in gB* oiner WB]
lenlnl* with ua i'
. .-irved tUfOuah ihe
our beloved lather CLIFFORD ST c~. '
RPRP.'r.rj' who di-d ITUi r> '
*' as
FOH IIIVI
HOUSE1.
MIST A MM >l
LOST
| a* T kBBslf,
4 wlU t
BulcM-ieof
,ld Planla
I 3 5f>-Ji
/HE BOWRR. 0*mi JVrfrcli'
Itiaatad 1 Belrontn buiarealn* Furnlehe-
A.1 p" m-mth Uaw or mot D
v N Heal E.t-1* Agam**
wr aportnvcTTt. near ie
nii'^r. Dial MM
< (;i.i.in.:
n and Club
, i rtawi ltd
IM III II VIIIN
4i.'C7lOn
lathing b.
'araee. Servant
eh From March
K.-WHAvr-V. Crane Cdaal, iui
'.uhrd, Oaraf.ee Servant Roe*."
h*e-h February, Mart
tlK-'lM-r l#JI ftl" p.
44T1 1 IBI l.r
i.llMUtt'' Enrlalon Hilt. 91. Mela*
iti 1*1 April for an IndeAr.H* pcrIM
riimlahad For further pBtiimJar* dl
CORAL SANDR: Worthing Ui on*
furnished F:t with Blhrer and Liner
Pot further p*rtaralare Dial ft** A'-*
La.hley I * f n
sial i
Ivir'MHiM with Helrui
i at IwOaajrr. We*>thing
IS 1 -lfn
PAJI" Cattle Waeh: Frott
in April and 'or the inonUi* of May
am H r H Wmmm
.'.. St Joieph
B/*VSt-eri
HILL
. modern 1 bedroom
riNE
("OPAL CROFT". avani>
ne hout* built around Patio In* r*-
irifurmahrd Pho-- *
t 1 3011
FRIDAY nth at I p.m. Courte-y l**r
age. Whit* Berk. Auittn in It P B> I
Car damaged In accident Term* Cut
R AJtCHFR MrKX%7.1E.
Auctioneer
1? ) en
been InatruMed by lb* Con
_ Of POtlC* to **ll on Mond. .
>9th Marrh at U* CanUaJ Rtatlon
flruvln* at 1 o'claa*. Ow taajirt gol.
*t'" watch. Umm fait hat*, on* ap*>
at a qu*rHr f RnMWr M Rn> !>!*>
hm BftlwUftM thajia and **., ob>
aaru of imwat Tajiiia C*ah
D-ARCY A RCOIT
C,i- AortMmaar. Dial. A
II 3 I*I
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
f
: |M
Thurda> lth
t I pm ! in ft IB It ft
houa>r prartirallv rwr Tarm*
lfmeant Gilfflth. Auction**'
111 In
IM'IM.II N0WVCKS
NOTICt
"25 "' dn*d bV obtaining orJm '
few pnvai* Chrlalmai C
r mend* No prerlou. ajrpBraft PARIWal OF MPT MICH'
aurr. Writ* today for br.ul.fu, I,- A1J- panan^ RngB
temple %ook lo lillvnl aaBJIBl
*inorf PablMhan. Hlghaai -on.mlal.>
inaiHMM) mar-T rnaMtn omj>r
ftka, WIIMaani ft Co Dapi IB v.i
n. IfvKlar^
. ih* Parth *t
,_.at-l to aand k-
- .. Ih* i*apartiv* D-pa*lrnt
UK*r ta W*dn*dy. March li
a* Aacoum* a***-
, Ml*-el ru
I I'euckars (dulr '
B-j) J ASHBY.
Chawrbward Ck.
NOTICE
tamibm ftr t tiom-
ri.NnrJis -ii' v-
'ii'i*Kned up lo rrtdiiv ITlli M.r."
a aMlrd cn^awpoa n
4r. lor 'h* c*nt*yma oa* Faupara ant
I
in* aaupara rrotn mnj p*rt oa Ih* parhah
lu th* Almahouac or Aft* b H
the pariah of 8t Michael and v.r AflKMl
vera* '2> For the lupplyln* o( coffina! __ -,,.t (icn*'>l
.nd Ih* onveyln* of th* dead from the rJ,,, rn.on *"l b"
Institution or from nv part pariah of elth.-r of the Qiurch yard*,, M c* Kil
In ire pork*! f at' '. jrajiaj
Uw deaJ only In cofflna aupviifl '
pariah Tn Board ahalf r*taln th-
o*hi of aendUuj a pervm lo <>r from | ,
Hoapl'al of Ike inatltuUon wio In tfn-.r
opinion ! auHabl* to ao travel; and do
bind thamaelvea lo accep'

barf)aiii> (krks' l'iiw
Mortlnf (
Held -i i P
of lb* E*
p .itive Cnr.'
i Repiirv
it-*, for
_..j adopt the (Inanel
for thB r** ending
whk-h may

MALI
Pavblir Salr*-Con/d.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
DY Inatructlon* MC*l**d I "HI aril
-i FVIdny March in* at 1 pm a
Meaan MrEnearnfty Oarage (Jl Mod*
'i-Ford TVuek Qand Tyre* D*m**ed
TTm Ca*h
VrNCJWT ORJFFmi
Au*Oan*er
11 1 *V 3n
"HCl'IAII H^rl(n|i Rood. Ver
pkaaMpl and 'l pl.-oH -
bunaftlow with BM
(aJlery. UrFfe lounafe. k lichen. p*ntr>
a-d aervanta q ..irtera Thlr ptopert
l>f*afaa| la w*ll ilrun the r<-*rh of '.>-
Lnver. 12 I.Ctin
UNDER THf SILVER HAMMER
OM
l*>h by
aaftn

IN MEMORIAM
haabkBd ALLAN MA*.
ii IV iTT. rrleai*Bll-
I* March. 1MB.
J.-.i Bleat.
i ; '



.J Mnrrh 11th IBM
lure


O. ell t>e anef
nf par-ina without farewell
Ever lo B by hl> loved
hi tr*l m pe*ce
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OVM ON 1 Attractive
well furn ' Hou e..b*thln t a-.a.lahl. Cal
t;-B 1 1 SBfti
nth &MM
AUTOMOTIVE
A WELL KMOWW BfslNTM STAND
q Tudor It
-'er B">- Tud*r St.. Nraf
=t Dial 1713 or 3111
II J in '
ppaj WrllirurVMi "
~nl- to Mr* R Chandler near De*
....." BaBJk r<
ii j so n
Hchuck St I
II 3 34n
i'akk vn
r..t,i Ai/rll lat 3 bedro,
* I'ljayne SWS
WARSAW-On In at Worihinga.
Bach wlih running wat
Mid I--'", mraie c-c at
'.'
.. 4100
11 3 SO-In
jUftfl Hall St.
i I . ffnoma. bed-
IIS M B.. "
Wnne we will ..
M'toWrnrril. both Antique and Mod
at Ch*rwocd- Twp Mile Rill which
. i.dea Ver* rde* Squar* Tip-Top
" mnai Table 'aeat I wtlh Brait Tip-'
Qntlara Tray. Pedestal Sideboard "*r.
n| armament and Coca-Tall Table*
Upright chairs, carved Mortal* An-
'tque Card and lowing Table*. Rergorr
.t-d MorrM Chaara. oobahtlf. itBatOal
Divan Couch all In old Manoejany. Ui
ml. Chair*, Efivalop* Card Tabla. Cur-
atna. Indian Too Table. Carpet. WMe-
nloura. Br.u War* including 1 veiv
handaomr oirf ('..-dlootlck*. fid Trench
Ci Ina Tea and CofTe* Srrvl.e mnn*
..ltd Fuh Brivire. old China Fruil R*r-
okft, Bllvn Tea Hci
.and etc Pewter Mug*
Bhofj p|i Entre Diah. Plated war* In
Dlahe*. Spoon.. Fork* etc Cu*<
md Glaaa War* Twin Bed.teao:-
Mprlngi. Vanity Table with Triple'
(i.** Top. ChftVBl glov
* Cheat of Drawer* r>WJ Ltner
Pre** all in Mahogany Deep Sleep Mat
f-eaeoa. Coder Cheat. Urder. Bnam Tor
Tible new Rival Coal Stove Florence
one Rurnrr Siove. We.tmrho .w Itcfri^
'ivt order Boi
Iroi B>H*B*ri utaSMllB, Ooirtori T."
Wheel barrow. Fowl Ru*
iiemi Salr II VI OTInet
MUX CREfrT
>nd -olldly Built
andlrw on I I
l*>n. Kllehort pan
athaheba Mod*"
iml alon* bunrta.i-
<.n applic
wrr ._
4 lie-ton of Officer*.
Executive Commute*
an Auditor
j To conalder notlcri
II III
4 Any other buainaoi.
MB Wotk* ol motion* "-'"/
q..**tloni to b* conaldered M In* Ai
OUBl C.-cerai Meellng mu*I rooch tl
i.-rr.ai Secretary not loaa man *ev.
dan brrdre tho date fl*ed lor sui
'""", CHRISTIE SMITH.
G*n*ral Seirrtary
II 1 9 In TarM-ile Bay
IN POUT. Sen l^chnlvar S Sch.
Uarion Belle Wolf*. Srh May M La-ww
Sch W. L frinlBla, Bah. tirllao Mar*
irh %*nd*U> U. Au* Srh C-Cl-loi
M v fllue Stftr. ^<*. L*d> N
MoUy N Jena*. Srh United Pile.
C*t
Srh Adlne Mi'
*rh Kit* Wonll*. 9*h Laudalpha. Bf*
Cynl BraUth. Boh Woaadorful Cmin-
Hria**. *ch Adallna Sr-h Anita H .
A> RIVALS
n.l i i M**> C Carolli^. M
n*t. Capt Jo**ph. from Dor*ini<*a:
k*K**BT Owner*' Aaaoctatlon
M V Cajnbb**. 1"B lona net. tap'
'".umb* from Domiruci; Aabarl
Ownera- AaaoaHaUon
, S S Hugll. *M* torw net. C-pi R>y-
old* from Tnridad. ngoi
Ltd
BB aaOkaBM
ram (
& CO,
Seh T inothy A. H Van BBa|rtjnan. IB
Cap* Stall, front Britlal.
Agent*: Schoonor Cn*oa*V Aa-
Sth rV**dorn Fl*a*T. M !<>" nri
:>e. llncher*. from iJominic.i
kf*nU h Owner** Aaooclatlon
hVji.ce* W RmlUi. 14 ion* not
ion* Copt. Haaaoi. Irern Brttlah Gulan..
NVM; Aftent!
PROFESSiON^^
dr. mau M 'M
'""BiBd eaaraci, daMtaa. ^^"v
'-::-.
A Sound InvM(mn. "*j
S ^ MOTOR "^g
^WSAatiJ
aragjaJ
Own i
A"..-i..'^-
WEMB1J.V"-N*V> Gardcrui A \*er
plaaaWBrt modern houa* In a cenltol ant
popular karallty Thla re*id*nc* haa <
larg* lou'* vaeaandah, kitchen and b.-Q
loom*) on th* flrH floor and aatVM rooi
,m fjBai'.d floor now uaod a* a flat TV
gardon walled all round with atone
At SB* prlc* aahed thla reiidwe i
worth InapaoUna; DIXON RLADON
R*Bl Ealate Agenta. Aucilonoorc. Plai
UUon- Building. Phone 4ft
12 3 SOIn
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Tho anollcaaton of CLYDE SM1T:
S TSm \Mmm Mb W M
gi aniod to^nmanuol J->-ept. in re*i
, of Top Floor of No 47 Roebuck
I ritr for prrrntaalo
' 1 inrna* at a board
ii-aara *t N'ui
iUd SI Mjch-ic-
Dated ihia lOUi day of March II
To- A McLXOD
Pollr* Maglrtrate D|
. *aid i kyBM
nd ahingle "hop wltl
. Twoed.id.
DEPARTURES
S S Alooa Runne*. 43V tai
Col Martino. from Anabo; Agee
Trtom Lid
tkt CoitB H.MS. GlaaBjow, IJ.OOB ton*
Opt. C L Flrthy. from Grenada
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
Caroboee. S S. Qaacogne
Lid advla* Iho
nlcati.
aWaoawJD
IBral
ih in* following Mp- Ihrouajh S S R. So*
tedoa Coa*t Station ^2**,*, **a
SofU. S 9. Btuo Moater. M
Matou. S.B A*avua, S
Gloxn.ia. S S l*-oa. S R Tcmpli
S S prmtai.drtnet-. S R Nikoiaot Pi- S S PMrwwilr-m TV. S S Paragnj
,r*. S.r Myrtletm.ik. S S QkftBR SR Southern Countne. S S. Ltvarde-
AMk*;S9.a^laf. SS Then- I BHUrmi*. 18 Ho-,
donu*. 9 S Broiar*. S S. Horallla. S.S
SS Marco
Euxop*. S.S Alcoa Folaara. S S
S S SUnroll, S 9 Fort Rovrn. B
Mateo. %S Sawan*. 9 9. H*viU*nf*T.
S S W^-hmaTlon. 9 S Oc**n.ide. S J
Conoco I*k* Ctuarlr*, 9.9. THhacuba. s -
I Mfv N4on. S S Telde. I S JW
\iinva Gmnd*.
apa Qfirum. 9.9
fttg B.l miflra. S.9 MMir**a*Ua. 9 :
mvt. II B*IIU. B S. Loldi
S S FMi-hqu*ro. 9 9 Nldarho!
S S IndU. S 9 Amakiir*. S S K-.t
SI Lake Kamlooo*. 5 S. Nidardal
M.V
SE1BEPT IIOPF i
AByUCBftl
HB.-TnM application will b* conai-
r>er*d at a Lloenaing Court to b* held ai
p* ice Court. Ditt:-
SimTS-i m^i>
cl*C.(
Police Magirt
E A
MrLEOO.
DM "A"
12 3.50In


i Do***, Diaaaln
i ;>riwlnB B*"'ni*
.i Appiv Miaa P-e.
Ch . Dial MM

h la ..t n-r"i
i'
1 . lalaftd H
awrioii
-.< dlarieig room
.' ruM

k* 1 ". .
IillANKER TIK'TMAN
And
10 1 SO- 2n
rinsoMi
t. AMI If

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A; TYPIST

I ,-i.j i. i,
I Salary I10S 0B pe
< Manager
11 S B>an
OgaM, .-
i urtoary G-r.<-
A ui..
rtaal
llodgaon. I"oa<
IBU i
iruch In good corvd
. to Tyte Compony. Trolal
C
in.
MISCEJXMiEQOS
l WANTED TO BORROW Baun*
..:. aahlre Jr.,.
oral MI Nominal aum offered for
[ol aaiiL* Apply R T
- I>p! B J 10
REAL ESTATE
R**i
I Small Pt-.
dene- at Worihma Mam R.I Ridhl
ConvMarn
Good Condition
Onina ror HOMO. Larae
lie-I.e. IneludNMI
Runoalnw* nnrt r."-'-'
D met* lo Suit One and All
rvtn Hi* Ellle. Conlarl D F de Abrei
Anvihing in
Man wuri Ciu->d But N
Iloatting Dial 3111 or 2713 Call a1
Ih. Ha.tn.i-. ui i .
I Stieet
4.QVIH\>1I\T NOTICES-
The Report of the Commission on the Unification ot the Public
Services in The British Caribbean Art. JM8-49 is available Btthe f
Colonial Secretary's Office at a cost (subject to revision) of forty- wmWui I(1
eight cents per copy.
0KPUITLB1I FOB TOROSTO
Edmurd Cl"ry. Donald Marlarhian.
Agntat Maelachlan. Jovr* Mhnbert. Ntd
M^cTanaJd. Cm* MwDonald. Mate Mar
Zonaid. Frederick Potvin. Har- Potvln.
Lrcnard Smith. !wa-d Wyhof.
Wvkwl. Artnair Temple
For llermuda
Marl ahsrtoe*. John Oalr*. Ornrnde
Paul. Illlc Mulrarni'h. Helen MoCLiMiam.
Hatold Trotter. Mcrab TrMtci
WtafeB, Sarah Wood*.
ARRIVAE* av W 1 A i.
Fraaa TBLNlDAU
Charloo Dwar.t M-rr^iot S*alc. Phylib
Colo. Vllma Bp%*K*r, Ortruda Spencer.
Keith Bourn. FAMTon* Gome*. E:cna
- mcr W.-n-rhnon, Buralie Dithop
.. ahop. an* Blahop. Audr*y
Blinop. Rodger Hldhop. Dorla Ctimmiral
N.>
. -<-
Mu .
rrom ANTTOl'A
Lillian St'.oul
rraaa M. B.1TTB------ ___
Mi.* IVm. rbbwoom. C.B.E.
Mam JAMAICA
Jaaa*M Smith. Enoch Phipp*. l*orr
I cvetWAi*. Arrruoride L**/B*u*. Jamei
UEPAATCRE8 by B W 1 A L
FN*a TaUNIBAD
Mi Jack Mlbrret. Mlaa Alic* Tucket
lion Harnprlon Cuke. O.B.E.. M L C
Mr. Joyce Drew, Mr Leopold Rubuinn-
Mja. Buaan Swonaon. Mi William Swan-
-on. Mr- VirtOiUa, Bwonaon. Mr Robert
Dtnavnoiv Mr*. BuUU* Rlchoada. Mr
Cordie Glboon. Mr* AJetha John*oo
Mr Oscar Vajileor
aaMBJ
Barbados Am^
Boxing tekiiiia!
11.3.50.2n.
PART ONE ORDERS
Bv
Ii. ui c..I J. CiMfll. O.B.F... E.D..
Commanding,
The Barbadc* Rcgin.ini
SHIPPING NOTICES
Nwvfort iiiurnaifn
WLUVFSBAV laft vagnj
al I pan
10 oOUlS 1|
ITLThs"
The SciAolboy

T-tsiie No. 10
10 Mar M,
l.V'l.l'pETJ am*ng*t ihe tnawiy proper-
- that I am *RTrirtg for * .
S'.ew- wall flnuae Call Victor Cn( ntual
Kivrr Ro-d It ha* varowidah. draw |
.> lining room. 1 brdronii.'
H and Bath Spa. wu yard \
-ve-a* apota of l^nd al Bolmont H*
. OH |*St ***M* ao nenr
Apftly to.- DARCT A aaagaflne l"
II 3 SO 1
,c intaa-aaa. a in
' looectv. Chatlal Houa* or I
rnaaroM Ui place >ame in th
H..ndr ol Ih* uradet.ig.--l wher* Mil*
fictUW M aa>ured Your* lor Ihi.cje .
D'ARCV A SCOTT
Anctlonee* A R**l >** Aa*nt Dia'
UIM.Klll I \I(IK\
ling Ofllcn .M iha lo laank oil ream who look put
In tt* Quart of Honour on IR Princess Alice.
Ihem ..n th.-ir drill and bearing on parad-
I'MIUII- 1KMMM.
. al Renimcnlal Headquarters at 1700 hour-
mi Th > 50.
a*) a 0
,1 OmCS* Uft ORI>r.RLV SF.RJFANT FOR BOBBJ
RNDIM. 1*1 II II till" 19-10
Canadian National Steamship*
Prices: RLNGUK |U
RING CBCU M
BLEACHIX8 14
*
LB UVJ Fnda>
III I IH"M M.
1JVDY NELSON
I ANADIAN
CHALLENGER
LADY RODKT.Y
LADt KBJON
LADY RCDNKY
LADY NT'SON
IADY RODNEY
lh Kcb TJtli I'H
301 h Ilk'
12th Ape
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TTth Mar
IJth ait

IBtk Mai
sin Apr
Olh Mar

Olh Api
>4lh Ap:
mi m
ISlh .1
isth Jui:
Orderly Officer
Oidcily St-Tjeaiit
Old.
Orderly St-rjeant
I.icut. J. M. Cave
23S L/S Quintyne. K
S. E L. Johnson
212 1 ;- t
^KKWtS-COX. Major,
S.O.L.F. & Adjutant.
The Barbados Regiment.
NOJLTBBOLND
LADY NTLSO-J
IADY RODNEY
l-\DY RODNEY
s iN
LADY RODNEY
BagBRaBM laWB "-'
: Mar lind Haa
lat Apr 2nd Appr
BUi M.i BUl May 17th May
th .lunr IB- J >. IBtli .'......
21th Jun. W i h JUII
Tth Aiii
:.-, Api
loth Mai
3Kt JUI
9th Au|
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I
without .
ban. Paaaenaer Fare* and freleaV
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. AgenU.


j: REAL ESTATE
!F0R SALE
I am in a potttMn u Btf
f..r Sale over or* aaTaadl
% and twenty five (IS) P
N pertics including paaataBBa;
^ Holds.,i Sea-ud*lT*-arB.
; suitiible for Boanuoi Hbrb
0 or converting intn Hjtrk
^ For all patiicwlgfi w*
J D\VRCY A. SCOTT,
V Auctioneer k R**l bUk
Afcnt
* Telephone Nos *!. *ft
> H400. p.o.a 11.
> Cable Addrwi: Dbt.Ck
PART II ORDLRS
TfH BARBALXM HEC1MENT
.1 \HCH, 1950
SERIAL NO. 5
SHEET 1 4t ONLY
AS A OOINO CON.'EHN I 1 r.-
i Storoy Stone Building wiin Shop an
"O* Ll'l""l
I irtnitd lariey good* acoloa an I
t-fihta, Olaaa eaar*. ah^i good-- Md
thai Hem* All wiling I" one lot th
-roverlv aland* on ', acre of land whi.
. mu in a tenantry aituattd at Claphan
land and Flaa 9'aR Rd R4M1 !< Rldjj
0*vt
Applv on pr*mla**
Hi Light Inal* I
Joaoph 9t Hill
10 3 SO--3ti
1 l.WK l'KI\ 11 KOI
Al. lllllman Mlna. on* of the be*'
ftftg Al*.)
uv*n, in pood condition
Hoaaonabl* price Apply Slia.ujhn.
forage Jaaa** Skr**t BIB H"

41 n* Tvrraguane Sedan Owner
and In faftd condition Phone
r.n UBb
CAR Morn. h p
roa and mil
Apply Mrt O Doitnrll
S SO
17 Ford V.B Eacel.e., .o.
-r.atole price 1MB Che, role
-gain Eaaei Bedar. Boat oflei
Garage Ud ToWphon* *l
IB i so Bi

. kag
tan Connne-
iliair Rock
111* h
BBtw 14 Pre
l*rt*cl con
r* good Body ahabb> R'n*
.':at le!*e*n and 4 or 4^4 aftn
II 1 -
CAR I
parfect coradlti.
ef.wd Aoplv lo W Nuraa, Cocoanut
i^tang. Chrld Church
II 1 B

Baaaa,
good
Fur %|4pB--Con.(/
ELECTRICAL
i ft OBC Re
LIVi-STOCK
invEl.lIMi IIOUBE wlUi S rood. II
uercrto* of land attached at -Briar Hall
CtuiM Chur.h The dwelling houw con-
lajfeag o**n va.anftah. drawing and am .
Ing room*, two bedroom, and usual con- I
,ani.n.e. There Ii aleo a Llm* Kiln i.
pod working otder on the premlae*
Th* abo%* ptopcily will be wt up h
MM al our Office. Jame* Street.
Frtday 17th March. IBM. at 1 10 v n
Inspection on appUcalkin on the pfl
Un HQ. Granted 6 days P/Leave with
permission to leave the colony
if. 26 Feb. 50.
M l. D SKEWES-COX, Major.
S.O-L.r. Adjutant.
The Barbados Reuiment.
NOTICE
,11 beaWO.it SjU. Met* MeeUng at 1930 hours on
. 18 Mar. 50._____________________^
I.I.C
VIARWOOI1 A BOYCE.
9all.lt. a
1 i SO- Bn
I I H Pur* tred Aaaatlan I
n*>| now w**n*d Apply to
Web**. MoncrMA* PlanUlkan.
r.*m* HBI
B I M
SV.AIJ MLIJIS At
Klngalan.
II f SO
POULTRY
-1 Ply-
Wyandottaa R I B
S w**k. old Appiv
11 3 SB m
MECHANICAL
nael Treadle Sewing
period rood.lion Dial lags
inapeetkan B-IB am II 3 10-In
MISCELLANEOUS
ADVERTISE
in Hi.
ADVOCATE
Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Days
wriVUES *f av**> decrtouon
Old Jewel*, flue SBBBr
iiiolouit Faitv book*. Map* Auto
j| Gorrlnge* Am tque Shop.
-al Yacht Club
I IBB-tin
DJWI i i PJBtj i,i ^( tbm In a**rai
Cwelliua BOUBB called AMBURY" wlll-
l B8N 4 pei.hea of land attached thore
to, altuale ...not* Bock
91 Michael Tho houa* contain, draw
Ing and dtnin toomi. one bedroom aw
innteiiiriiiri on U* ground floor, nno
Ihr** bedroom., toilet and bath on fin
, .inmritt welei
it* tu.tailed For Inapocllon dial 3ATI
The abm* woporty will be **t up It*
*|* at our OftV*. Jam** S'reot. of Fn-
arL'BDfEM PnatMISBR U- U H.*lnx
Sti**t. luat rebuilt Var* nillabl* lot
c.rocer> gf Prov.aton and Liquor bui
ro*a Inapocllon on application Oil*.
H writing will bo received by h<
"*-**-' a iOHMOK.
"Runnyaide .
Ch*la*a Oaroen-
II 1 SO-Tn
THE COMBERMERE SCHOOL, BARBADOS
1 Required il aWaD ... i^ssibr* a Graduate Teacher of Modern
Siudie*-mainly. History and Engliih. Should hold an Honours
Dhtn in Hisii OT, ..ltctn;.tively. a good General Degree
in Modem Studies.
2 Salaiv Barbados bcbIb, vli.
128 x S72-12.160 x $96--*3.928 00
Graduate-1st or 2nd Clasi Honours 91.930 x |9*~93.456 00
nJlaBBiiu 9219.00 per anr.um if in poia**Blon of Teaching
j actor.Ung to recognized a*rvice
Passage will be paid. Apolicati >ns (no special fon) stating age,
<,u.-.lications. experienc. wh.ti r married or aingle. and accom-
panied by copies of three recent tf-timonlals. to be sent without de-
113 mi - Headmaster, Combcimerc School. Barbados, from whom
. be obtained.
12 3 50 3n
ACCESSORIES For Motor and True*
D l*ak. Repair Kit. Chamol
toidei* Mirror*, Wiper Blade* Yellow
^uatora Rodman a Taylor'
*'. Garage Lad
10 3 M Jm
#11
BBOBTS in 34 and _
hn. Ill and Oft lenatht
itrel plate* I IB. it <
rompany. Trafalgar Street
I > ao tii
PBW KNTVXS All aieaf Pe
: +>' NOV. P> ><'
i W l*.,ichln-n A Co Ltd
l for c*ah i
awn i a en Ltd ii i mh
MAXttTH.'S COABT- U.
i ,.*ty ataBafB I
I m* Excellent aafe bathin*
for d*\vetop*ng much neele.1
CKah or Oue*i Houa* In Ihl* area Amp'
T- -rfcn (acHllleo and abope for buildln
e I'jai- AgenU. AucUooeer Ptanlaiio
r-ulldiiaf. Phono BW II 3 SO '
***.
grrx jitti qiutrtera.
drtaparty offai1 al a very -
ggure inaJtlng It i Mrnartlve roetovati
Bontuav DIXON A HI A DON Be
!e Agent*. Aucli..*.r.
1. j 1: .-.,- 4*C II T M
Write Direct or Airmail to Fatherly AdviceFree
I <1> Ar*r*A*t negr.
rwiae Enlarger Par above
1 SB *r

lor Co*t and Woollen
11130 In
N; -itderm.
.n TrouaVfeg age 1/t i '
. ior Bl tar 1"
Id DUl BBB
II l.eV-en
BALIBRURY Oun HI" Charml-
unu-v home landing on aummil of
Cue. Rill giving unrivalled vlewa ovr
Bve lalahd Thla well Built tnodent h
aaMlowed elan* roaaoarnce coi.Tal. .
r-tfopflon. I bodrocana 3 v e-
.11 n.udeen arnonKlea 0r*a*r .l.ihl-.
nd .back pen* all In Bxat rkr
Ci.m*ge-wev oncirvle*. hou*r Appr->
to* DIXON RLADON **
___Je Agenta. Auctioneer'
B'jlldlsaj Phone *MB 11 1 10
HOTKL BTTaV We or* Inalr,
ifler for aale apvwaimaUb' *
a nd and pr*p*ri> with an
d for the Banetr
~e*y modern hole! i-
k*r*gion anal aitrrartlrv aanoniuo* c .
iderabl* capital oUUa) would t-e ,>e*d*d
but the revenue pe.-,1.
'vnrmaaia PiimiiI anquu.
hn M BloAt
\genla. Auctioneer*. P1anL<-
tona Bulling Phwie BBM
| 111 101
You, too, can get
to the Top
WITH OUR HELP
by POST
Don t be coolant lo .lay among Ihe c'**#*!
tISI io the tome.l b*it-pa a appo., ta**nf.
by your own efforti Th* **nn*ll Col.eao w.ll
liam you lo rj*l lo Ih* lop by noml 'urliBn .
your iparo hmo lajoj ,i thoutard. ol olho-ri JL '
hat* boon helped I* .cai ant proapantv. /JS 7
Ih.. i. IBS lamou. :o.,..pond*n(. "
wh.ch pi.ei PIRSONAL
indtodual ifudenl and
fail to mak* good D
WHATEVER YOUR GOAL WE
WILL TRAIN YOU FOR
LSI _t *d.,t ,*U NOW Wr.
telliig - th* >*r. m wh.h
irvleroilod VY* .Sail b* glad
>*j lull and Lee mforraalion of how
Tho ggnaaaft Coll*** cm i,.in you
at hero* t* r*ch the. lap ,aa*i ,n a
-*rr Korl haa* and at -a ,
|
,.u iu.i .."n.1 //Vj7
... m ..
SIMPLY
CHOOSE
YOUR
CAREtR
9ual.ll ._
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THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD.
SHEFFIELD ENGLAND
UoNDEPFUl.
II .ivcept Cat so
n 9t Lucia
tailing T*a.o*flr I4*h inat
Th* Srh "ZITA WONTTA" B/li
acoarpt Cargo "id pi.ianpjf.Ta fur
TTliildtMl Shlllng Monday .llh BWl
Th* M V DAJOtWo.
anoopi Cavrgo and Paa*ons*i* for
9t L'.rcta. SI Vinoenl. Gi*.uid.
and Arab,. Dal* of Sealing (o he
gBRB>
B.W I SCHOONER OWNBRR*
IAT1UN 'INC I
rnnalBnii
MAIL NOTICES
MAILS for Ttliudod, Firncn
(iiua by the S.S. Ooaengn* will
IM i ,.ed al the Oenoraa P***
***.
R Rog3atnred atAllB it
1 p m Ordinary MaU at 3 p.m.
on the 14th March IwSO
Malta fot the United Ki.jldori.
by the 9 9 hhighll will b* <*aod
at lh General Pool Office tar.
Parcel Moil at IS noon. Rogia-
tcred Moil at 1 p.m., Ordinary
Mall al I 30 p.m. on Ok
March IBM.
VISITORS TO OCR ISLAMD
WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY?
You can leave your Baggage >ilh us for despatch by our
regular service. You can be assured of its safety.
Remember .'
WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
SMITH'S SHIPPING SERVICE
MOVERS PACKERS 4. FREIGHT FORWARDERS
Alexander House,
Jame* StroeH,
Bridgetown. Phone 3024.
FOR SXU
mm spots
HI II HIM, 911
Cash or Easy Tain
From 10c. peS*lo*
ELtCTHIC. ""
URVKB AM*-"
- II- ^^
I WCXWICK ** "m
tun. H"*-1 ___
, nnumw.. "-"
An Argument generally brings on a Thirst, What's better at
this time than a snap of
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM
(with the dliUnctive Flavour)
Once Vted Alu'oyc Preferred
SIP IT TO ENJOY IT.
ni.-iid.r.
John O. Taylor A Sons Ltd.
I>ial IMS Roebuck Street
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY.
Invites Applications
For the post of
CANVASSER
Vice Mr. D. H. Allevne, reufneJ.
:ions in penon and wrllinj will b received up to
Tuesday. 14th March.
For particulars apply to ... .
Beckwlth Place,
Bridgetown.
C K. BROWNS.
Secretary.
aassataag
, TW GAKI* B"'
ChrUt Cmirch-
Appb--WII-I >*"*
OftV.. CQk^aieaM*
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saw """l SS 'fi
it ii rS2ri"ea
s*r*al
COVBSinWIO
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,**looking * '-a."^
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uirurnlanftl1 ^
wood >*>> r (ZZt <**3i
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SCIENCE
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CIILRCH SERVICES
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En .'.
- tbe pracliti
JPabovo Boa
aow lectun
* :'
Han} Years Before
Discussion Possible
On Church id-Union
-Says Dr. FISHER
i

[fcoan Catholic Church
^fcfc of England.
i
Oman Catholic
KJi".' '. I
''
[1 would suggest- "s ragi >
boti< -.vim Hon

Kfutt |

BETH El

Oommaadonal
DAI KIMTI' || 9^ Mr c
vilk; 7 p.m. \|, D F OrirliT.

SOUTH DtSTMCr e m
Urutff; 7 p.m. Mr. V n. s.
MBtsw ? p n
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Alley nr
Major ii. Smjih
VEULINOTCN RTKETT-11 on Hpl
'"" Mceimi. ) -y
for** OS
HMom
HAU^ll .


Bnw* Ftn annual
Brrreton. H*v
' T LUCY11 n. Crab Hill. Evant*-
9rom
ODORnS SCIENCE
vN scowc* rim chuih
SftrntiM, IiMiwowv l*pper
vi 11 m. ind > p.m.
v.. .II.OW..U p.m. A Wr\Wf whlcr

rating
h ,.-..'. Mink U UM

r*1 v. hataoe-ver God dovtn. n -Jx-U '>*
-
ikcii from it.
* in n. it -.oik i
NOl IS THE TIME !
"HiI ER Repair your property now
before prices mcreaie
Wa ara now *kiv, -a Do. .
Whit. Pin., (Deal) Sprue. and
Had Cetiai SHingle-. Gal CTo>.,.g:t:d
Sheet*. N.iU and PortUrd Ctmwi.
I
N. H. HOWI'.I.I
Lumber and Hardware Bay Street
I'll.I I I! I
A FEW SPECIAL
ITEMS SUITABLE
FOR BIRTHDAY
GIFTS
HAIR HIU SMI s hy Kcrl
i \IIIKR PURSKSWALUCTi lllKKMOS
FLASKSCAM Li: AS. ETC.
COLLINS' DRUG STORES
Jl* FAM/LYFoodDr/nk
CADBURY'S

S.IM v
Thr Annual Qvru-ral Mr1in will lakr
11*1 at in.

..dr.
BARBADOS V.M t V
i miai iiiiik.-mi
Member* and Their Incndt including
M.d Street today
an aflclree a rkfcelei an
80> C. T. SlutM W
batsmen of Frmlard ind gave up a prom*
lM.-cutiiv a MlHioiuiiy and navel
Africa.
AIL SporUmen who are Ii
. Game are -peciallj mviled.
IKOAOIIUMT* 1 Oi iik 1 rfDDfG
- Ml Kll VI -.111 Mb II
Sunday lltn 4.48 |



'
I.I.VOLIIIM CAHPCTS
g ft by 7V, ft. and lM Ii bj I a :
UDWOLEVMf l.\ ICOI.I.S 6(1. wide
All very reeienable In I'ricc.
msrm
AlkiSiltztr briR-s ileisanl relnl
The um* safe anulg- Iievc* htwdaches so quickly cu-s
Alka-Seltier to bring quick cotD-
lurl from muscular ache* and sore-
MM, Dn tpoiH or iw.. Alka-Seltier
tablet! in a glass of watir. W.,i,]i
Uparkle,uVnHrinkit,1
:% reliabit pltMHM to

Not i luttttv*
As. a wppliaffcint to your r.ormal diet use .
COW & GATE MALTED
MILK
This preparation comiint :
RICH CREAMY MILK. M ;:l.i'V and J
WHEAT alunK with VITAMIN D.
Tl'.i M,;. Malted Milk I children,
and adults.
Retail Price MbMk Tin
ohiainalil? at -
BOOKER'S fun] DRUG STORES LTD.
Ilr.il SU..I aad HuUnji AI.1IIA I'HAKMACT)
YOU BUY A
HOI.IX WATCMl
COM] WORLD FAMOUS
iton \ oY.srEH
.1 \.\"iv,-l. Ih \\..,:,i avtt in ., data.
LOUIS L BAYLBY,
Bolton LaDO Bolt B*pn MHUativp In llarbado
13 A 30 Mblats,
Alka-Seltzer
ISA'
l.fiUiMlLllt.
Incofporhtetl
IBM
ly ] 1 Koehuck Street
MIUS IftBOBAIOIttlV.
VISIT the beauty ipot of the island
\\\KA HATKII IIOTII
IIA TIIKIIE HA
ton id in tba
most picturesque part of the Island.
. ok ussaN inom
tut private baMh pCM lallse
n aiiu Laobarter Luncheons. Well
LIVING ON YOUR NERVES IS A
DANGEROUS GAME!
Are you nervous and fldcely during the
day, ready lo snap ;ui>t>nc s head oil al
the lllglllaal pr.ivocalion '.'
Naaeeaa inaaaallan coupled trita law-
and rhalU] atay "'ll ba ihc cau>e.
THIOPHOS
Quickly restores nervous exhaustion
peps you up.-->"ii ImI hotter, ea( better,
sleep better. nn ing at what irritated you bclore.
YOL' WILL On TMi; Ml OUT OF
LiKr. um;s \oi t\ki:
____ THIOPHOS
0\ SALE AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES
A COMPOUND ELIXIR F
TMIAMINE CHLORIDE no
MOSPHOROlrt
COnTaik^, io-a VITAMIN IV -
tM AM IA1UV AlllMltaBLI OIH
T-IOBHD'. >|0 VOUBCl Ol "llatlll ".aliCN ll'-
.n-u NouiUin aicijaiMiK)"!
"Uiii or vtatMfU, iAti>Tu*4
(OUtflat "'. lOtl Of *il>l
TMIOPMOl il ja.gjtLilMII"
**, EO" Ol '0"4 IN l* SOUll'
*UICTtOr.*, K0 lllaillSMM,
occatiitNit. ar -Jim o# *>y*a-
wot*

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X FURNISH i
I AND TO tSAVE
TRIUMPH FOB TRIUMPH ! I
The nee Thunderiilrd. . 650 o.o.l
O.H.V. fast, powerful; luxury In
travel to Triumph standards: the
ueBt In the World... here noon.
A. BARNES h CO.. LTD
l 101 it KAVm I.V
HMMii Ml*;mis
You can now obtain an
INSURANCE OF MONEY POLICY
WITH THE
ROYAL INSURANCE CO., LTD.
h wnl aHoid you cover uuairuM loss ol
whilst in transu brwwn your prvmiscM
r dealmatiou'. oi vICo
oiot,
We nhall be pleased to giv vou lull
parHculars end advic*.
ZEPHIRINS
I T.t tba week's special'.! *.
I TROPIC GOLD LAYER CAKE jj
5 vpnnkici with ,inc> I layer of golden pin
fa/v /o
/titu-ie
| DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-agents
CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.
LODGE HILL, ST. MICHAEL
mil. 37M
abta to
"'" I '" ! I.l 10 day, .tier
imttiur.clure, Ihts , UM ,, aI)|
Will tntetidin. I. .,., m ,htl; MdN>
mtaaui
rd*"' '"' >lrK-l roUlioii
Th' ivmilni d.ilv
Mk&
siohes a iraot-*""!.
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coon
NMmYS
von
_____________ CONTRACTORS
.Ing.
' AVATOHY B -IN-- >W1 22' x 10" anil M" x 18-
IIIGII
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Princess Signs
Photograph
I-or College
Her MM a......BN1
Codn,,.
I herself as en
BM Wesl Indii ' "''
lei to
our visit and I shall alway-
both spiritual
M. i. . b. < i" m >
discussing Hi-
, Association '
mill.'.
durin. the course ol his I.,
...Mwealth and DM t B
will i
...field on Tuesday.
t $.18 |
Bl till iii-ri I .
Globe.
that it
a their
P-rformance in Barbados.
huh features two
,fnor. ins and piano
.11, their vm...
. rox-
Trots.
Joe Grasso. ex-Amcncan ser-
viceman, who was featured I
tenor sax. brought the crowd to
eel by his slov,
m 'I Surrender Dc
Campbell, pianist-leader, u
a peat ovation when he playeo
l-umnna and Eaturlcni
Theme ol the band, "Solitude
opened a session which began v.-ith
Perdido'' Ked Clavcry, violinis
: "Through a Long an.
This was follow
nuring Lin-
'mthropolofy
the Calypso "Ju-C
1II in
-
i':.l lefl
loi Club Morgan.
TliK BklilMI I Hi M
..sual I*
lingi
M. and
asss**
.r until

the fiialll occaa '
GtjfaJe Ww
THIS IS THE SCENE 0. UK
tcddtltf >n Howoll's
Cross Road yesterday when a
.1 tom wara involved
in a COM
The k ''I" canes
>n tlM Ml foreKround
Mobile Cinema
In St. George
Monday
-J-Il Molill l l 1MMA will n
usual
Philip Christ Chun*
a the
nill injured.
i Bairiual ROUM Of Hannatt Hall.
,. mi Iho driver of the
will be given a Show bus which Is owned by Mr Mas-
ytttld OO TUdW iWl <>f Christ Church.
MTU will visit Bourne'.- The r il il -cab and
:he bus were badly dam-
|iV a Show ii
::hinu View area
One Killed,
One Injured
In Accident
ROSA SMALL nf Hows Us Cross
Road. St. Michael, died instantly
about 2.15 p.m. yesterday when
.. m involved in an accident
motor bus X-994 and
lorry M-llBO at Kelle Gully.
St HI !
Small had just alighted
ih; bus when the accident oc-
cur red.
The lorry, the property of Low-
riiii-.tiion, St. George.
and driven by Houston Grecnidge
i>f Charles Rowe Bridge, was
vlth canes. Doris Weekes,
Assize Diary
MONDAY
N. S Rex. vs. Rupert Morris.
No. :> Re. v.. tlhelbert Coppln I 1 1 ~DAY
Na. 11 Rex. va. Clayton Arthar
No 23 Rex. va. Roy Dalton Hayde and Gordon Harris.
THE ROYAL
VISIT
;,bf
,. i ,he y.r-1 of the Higli-
Z* riaimpon W*"'
.need to Tratalgar Square
.hev lined the side or ne
Square from the Crane to '.'
Sbllc Buildings pawn...
II RH The Princess All.* landed
" yard, from one end of this
fine the Guides had a splendid
T . S. Royal !"&A"5
!b< InspecUon of the Guard of
Honour and the P'~"u,'.n'
were made, the Guides were
amaied but thrilled to see H.R.H
.Td rlTs Excellency the Governor
, towards them and His
FxTrUencv presented the
f^Sone-r to her Jus. before
,11,11. began to '""?"'"'
Qulda il was discovered hat her
So, lace was untied and one n
., :ti Mitten **?
Schooll had the honour >
rt for her. At the request of Her
Roy0/! Highness the kismet Com-
missioners were P'""""1 ? J
*nH she spoke to some ol .ne
~,lieV as ^he walked along the
ks We wish dull *
Guides .ml Rangers in the Islam,
could h.v shared this rawer-
^d^Tm^A'^
brownie and Cubs were a. Pax
ffiaTrts^SiS;
X^^o-^a^^
arrival.
Guide Camp
|] Second Claw G
mpMly (Crfrinslo,. Hili
Schooll camped at Pax Hill
'-riclay afternoon 3i
to Sunday 5th March with
Batty Williams as Comrnai
JUS Ho/el Clarke. ...
Owl of 1st Brownies .yueen
College) as Quarts*
Ron Orton wa
men)
,:,! eaammi lor -.1"
.d h full prOaTamane. mi
,ni passed the swimming
Needham's Point H
Class and other sections ol thu
Badge were alto finished- The
Island Commissioner, Miss N
Burton. Commissioner for Camp-
ing. Miss M. Laborde. Commis-
sioner for Rangers and Mrs. J A
Skinner. District Commissioner
visited the camp during the week-
end and the Guides are j-kin.
When may we camp an..
Broadcast
Through the courtesy ol the
Roy Scouts' Association. Uh
\ elation, was
part of the time they hove f..i
broadcasting over Radio Dili.
button. Mrs. J. A. Skinner. Dis-
trict Commissioner, gave th,
of these Broadcasts on Monday
rratdng. 1th Murch lit 6.15 o'clock.
At the end of the Broadcast she
appealed for Brownie Gulden
Will anyone who wished to hel-.i
with Brownies, get in touch with
Mrs. Skinner. Boy Mansion.
St. Michael . The next Guide
Broadcast will be on the
Monday In May at 6.15 pjn.
Brownie Training
The next Brownie Training at
Pax Hill will be on Saturday,
18th March from 123023" o.m
SL-XDAY. MARCH m
COLD DFJSTL'J,
BUFFET SUPPER
SERVED
EVERY SUNDAY NiCHT
From 7 to 1(1 oil

, hoarn for . show on
i.iBhi and il II boptM
...i in nn-i.i nun
. n to w i


iilent* 0!
. mil and Boa
1 while the lorry's right fender
was damaged and thi-
'
BBC Programmes
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Bri'jm 1 IS pni Kadio N.
p m Rw>'i a Laufti. 2 i
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Obituary
Mr. Christopher
Lm.ll
/ ,o_ *~->i0j|,
Here's a medicine made
specialty for It . .
If you auapect that ihere'i
''aomething wronj" with rout
kidneys it genernllY mcaiis that
they need a corrective medicine
Neglected kidneys gie use to
vanout distressing sytnptoms
such aa backache, rheumatic
pains, lumbago, sciatic bladder
disorders with scalding and
burning. Thetroublestaitswhen
the kidneys grow sluggish and
fad to perform their natural
function ot helping to filter away
harmful impurities from the
system. You can restore these
vital organs to normal activity
by taking Dc Witt's Pills
They act directly on the
k;dneys and you will very
quickly feel the good they
are doing. Try them for
your trouble. Go to
your chemist and
get a supply
today.
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