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PACT. TWO DAY \DVOr.\TE ROYAL NORTHINGS LAST Slum TODAY \T Kepuhlie Ituiil.l. WILLIAM MARSHALL VERA HAL: TIKI H M.I." I : : Wild BUI Rlllol Hill.' is v. i. with : l.li %  n ACTION THRU I.s' EMPIRE NO BHOH '') Monday and Wednesday, 9.15 p.m. H' L ORD BALDWIN, lioveino. of he Leeward Island.-. ellency the G and Mrs Savage. Lambert. Priv; attended a Scout Rai ;i -oav of vesterday %  ftereighteen days lhrc During the evening, they An'igua on the Slal April i Stinmore > odgc there, thev lt t VI : I. i .,-,. i ,, dii am -t the honour o' Qahib Qaiiinq 3 !" **MABC Fo C D ARRIVING *,'.*". Mr ... M %  •IWMS^L For About Two Month, -l*lt. WINSTON WARD ManIfora nasar%  .VI A and ,il>oul two NO SIN WHEN I WAS ,1 6ENE TIERNEY RICHARD CONTE JOSE FERRER CHARLES BICKFORD ME — or-did she? v fcjtajkwt' iff .onour of the U. S. Navy .2o~~ ROXY NO SHOW TODAY I.UM Show MO iday, 7.30 KepuU.. Di.ulil'. EDGAR BARRIER rEPHANIE BAI rlEI-OR : in : si RJ Is OF EH OTLAND VMtl) and : •CIIKVIAM: Wll IK 11 : with : Wild Bill Klliolt as Rod Ryder and Bnhhv Wake as l.iltle Buvat CLUB MORGAN will be open TO-NIGHT OLYMPIC NO SHOW HUMS MdNDAi n WEDNESDAY .00 P.M JOHN WAYNEaafl ReuC) i Intransit . % %  arrived Iron. Bermu ttrOaW morning by T I ible to go into Bridi :., It kii John Hammond out at t-oi i urn to Seawell in time to catch it w 1 A's mornini H ligua, whenhe will DO with Mr. and Mrs. Ogden P Starr in St. Johns. ... ny visitor* from loronto M ANY p-ople from Toronto are IHg Barbados. Several .'irnved yesterday by T.C A. and that returned were Mr. and Mrs II W. Larkln. and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wilson who were all laying at the Windsor, and incidmtally have already made reservations there for ne\Also returning yesterday were Mr and Mrs. Alex Paterson who live in Montreal and were at the Marine Hotel for three weeks Best In the Island O N ldo to takTuL r *iijJ Antiguan Exhibition W**^ 1 J^B N Thin eara, i rr ? UrT^ | tho Bt "'nor to Antigua of handwork by j,lrU of the which Mrs. Dorothv Smith wife of Rev. C\ T. ... Smith Is President. Thihelub was ?* f !" '** in Ntnh\J?H "id a half Egypl and ^hWlnf' ^ %  ijj years ago for the l>enent o( deUnoMWtfs but other girls who had nothing to do in '.he evening found their way to the club some sort of fancy work two hundred girls have passed through the club and ihe excellent '"""ned yesterday*^ display lhi-s year iras contributed "Golflto". by over a hundred girls. Th< club's secretary is Miss Helen on and other helpers are Miss Henry, Miss Farnra. Miss Heath* and the ausass V and U Carmh hael The exhibition was visited by tldwj A.D.C Dislikes Flying r\n L. R. ~ tor the t-*HwTft^ After Se,n M^ i to learn A FTER spenrtlnn ^J irk. Over i* h lld4vin^fj*!*n ve passed Parrts ot Blsok BSBJBBI Firit Vi,i, England. dwin accompanied by his nn ;.,'. rh ey arnW^a •"SJ^-Sr WYNTER who has Ocean View Hotel ***** I holidaying m the Mr. Abranami i< rU.S.A., Canada, and Jamaica Abrahams and Co IM "** dttrlni ihe past !ivc Vonths has Hirers of silver wire "^ ret'irned to Antigua but will not lip his 'I'jties until next month. Dr. Barnes well known I of Hamilton, Ontario, accompanied Dr. Wyntcr and is icn.i for the first time. father. Mrs. Wynter dislikes flying and is expected by boot shortly • Vicr of St. Aft,,, REV. L. v. GEORGE, 4M jyCurateo(st. Hk A!'; drnl. returned [rMTR? 0 terday mornrn, „ ^*?< after rMldinju, !" %  ?• U tXCKUMMCt THE GOVERNOR .is ho arrived sj the Kmiilro rheslre un Friday niiht to see the Musl.-jl Rrvue "llixh TJID-". He is seen brim escorted in by Mr. 0. B. Dowdlnr. Publicity Manager I >r the shfiu. Guest OE Honour jyjISS KVELYN CHALI.ENO months as Atrtsuo, r?ij He has now aSuItS uipointmenl •• oC.r" \lbans. FTER two weeks holiday Ml Manslield Hornei who live .. pilot -.uin in Hartford, Connecticut, ret ftThm he is flyhome via CU -Ite inland routes of T.C. A. He U President of United T.C A Aircraft In RarttOrtl Mrs. Horner thinks that the Crane Beach in the Island one of the 20 (iris selected to go to the U.K. as Auxiliary workers m Ihe hospitals, was ftuesl of honour at a party by members and friends of the SI V. one Than Pulling Teeth 'uc v Church Girls Club on Th..rsaujaa ih„„ ~,ni.d y al the Church House. day after an enjoyable two weeks as he enteici the TtrmllWl BuUd. !" c S)„ ', P "I,' i^,,',' V ,U ,": a: the Hotel Royal Ml Usher is in at Seawell vesittrlav mornlna .i-.. „ c mnm " ''""any for course .lies the Inland Routes M R. .ind Mrs. John Fisher re-i 'OT->HIS turned by T C.A. ycsler1 ..... fp L CASABLANCA A MON & tuta l s 1 p m ClMCM 11 >VEB. laMiiYn BAOALL. Z Confidential Agedl A a . aai BrirMuia / OUl 1404 I0 ttSCHiMU / What is worse than U Carlb asked him. •'Well. LM Bald, We arc :< turning to New York, and we feel going away, rather than returning Mr. Gage, who wai acoompanlad wife ind Hi"." uai ol< ihiU K M Brbdiii R ttorB RA. M. W1LKIE ,._ student a H^'cS "om England H.I,". ""^Joined th, S?"_ Imtion in im, Xz ir iMii.A.-.,.,.," tnivrnitv. <-ollil. Horn a^aargj" 8 b ir.c.A. Barbados Holiday das % % %  Plant, i who is intransit to Antigua where She will SOOTtb 01 Y/f 11 H H GARDINER. | come the bride of Mr rVville i"a dent of Mnsco Bach Ltd., in Toronto, with his daughCanadian K.C Here M it ntv DY, K.C ni three weeks at the Colon) I Club. St. James; in Canada he is I ComParadise Beach Club. Young Hugh bad %  problem He asked his motb be could bor < e so that hi could telephone his "girl Mend," and tell he left befoi'll their third visit to Barbados and tiny | c cominj; I Denmark's Washington Ambassador H ENRY KAUFFMANN, Denmark's Wnshinglon Amoasin Barbados for one week .it Heron Beach," Ihe Ronald Tree's home In St. James, day inorni. : %  i Mi. W Pa %  son David arrived yesterday by -nd MRS. BLACKMAN Married Yesterday T^HL hundred and fifty guest who were at the reception M' T.C A. Ibr i Eterbadot hoilda) %  Medmenham" Pine Hill, saw and they will be -laying at the Miss Elizabeth Joy Shearn elder Marine Hotel daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' H f n/_. . o .. Shearn of "Letchwofth," Garrison, married to Lt. Michael John HS. GEOROE H. WKL1J, wai Blackman, R.N elder s.n of Mr. ,. in-.in;""' %  ** %  Blackman of London, hoarBn * an w, shortly after 4.80 o'< •ived from Toronto via T.C.A Sjsssrda> afternoon at st. Maticcomp..:. uu Church, ram T .i: .i. i,. The Church wai deoorah to spend wnl,e and the ceremony, which Marine Hotel w,,s fllU > Choral, was [>erformcd and thy Rev. testle. i %  ie to spend hree weeks at th "' Engaged T^HK engagement ^^ nounced last night between E br 222T d !S? S a V% 6 ^ u i v -r n <* i hc ^ ULSVJB'SLJ'SLI LW, J v, c larhe fonaerlv beadnaster of Si Leonard's Bovs ichool To Study Miiwtn M IL C. JOHhS of Henfoteafi F.ngland arrived het jel duj morning on the "GeW study MinistSy and will enWd nnglon College. Spent Three Wetn M R. O. Sm-eraU, Civil Sffi .ittached to the Liafei Surveys Department of TW returned home yestenttj rts b> B.W.I.A. after spent*! loUday, He wu as panied by Mr. Frank Baaffi The Bridc'i. dre* tudent of QueaiiJ %  tln i fOWn, exqulsitelv arls on Iraped bustle from which flowed .. i long ,. Her Rowing l \ ke of £nk 2? ,f Bius ^ ls lac e wu hcld range bl bouquet of College. They were bott at Leatoii-on-Sea, TheStna Returns from Loaf L* R ETURNING from kej %  in England was Mr. Ci Lawson who arrived yatassr Ihe GolliW HCcompanied bj I ..rtson resune) at: the carried I rllldS. Trie Bridesmaids Were Miss Jean Bovell, Miss Suzanne Shearn >tnntive position of off Wendy Innii ible and Wireless IW.I.JP wore fouj as of georBarbados. n.n, blue, vellow and Intraniit s VJISS JE!U G. A. Ramsav, agricultural Instructor. St. Petoi From San Tome M i< and Mrs. Jack H Poster %  .. LM steal the T %  '.' "colou'ra, and ^wreathT of 1V1 daughter of the iwD^— ...uiDcancaiKlMriDNSl| a grar^-oaugrsl n San Toi D and he made and decor.ited in the four Pei Patterson, was ioW* •IS !" 1 drte the -Golnto" yejiirdy "T" wl.L .. S wK!2 J," UK !""Tin. i: Mr. Mickey 'rom England where sheatf| JZ££t**!$ MaTy A 5* ub th Chi %  :n holiday. SSLSVS ?llI '' • aneth Nicholli Mi Cliltoi I * ,-. nowonher M, Pat Roach.and Mr. David Si Vincent wheresbe Madlev. ptlon the happy couple left !<' -pond their hone>moon at the Crane Houa Coloured Flowers M RS. MORAY ANDERSON, wife uf a retired Broker of spending a holiday at Cacrabank. the i %  : holiday she will nela. For the Week-end V*il A K. NOKCROSS. Man%  M ... ried on Tuesday st L ,93 f.ithedral lo Mr. Oersldraj un Knalishman relWiat %  inlony. Miss Deane is a saw •] Cyril Barnard. HAVE ii MI: BOOMS B STK.UV HliOOMs \ Mtl) IIKUUMS BANNUTI i; BBI 'SIIKS R M BUB BB1 --Ills BOTHJ ma MIKS CABP1 r ma BHI1 O TOII.K.T BaWBHEB and HOI.DKKS • O SELECT EARLY FROM N iER STORE S agcr of West Indh Corporation with beadm Montreal a ilos about two and half Toronto, i months ago on the I„-idy Nelson. Barbados, eft ^ on Friday afternoon by l Una down on l Freight ship, an 1 • w x though thev had a terribly where she will be rtdeaj„ With Mr W He will lough time, she still thinks it was her brother Mr. A E M""* 11 be returning to spend another worth it, because, "Barbado* Is s- master-general of that a month here before he leaves for beautiful.'' she says; she can't gei While In Bartadok i*Mj *•"?* odney. He )SC(i IO lhp wonderful colours oi with Mr. and Mrs G. F J A NOTHER intransit I on the 'GolfiW" t^a'M yesterday wai Mrs. DM earn a widow who went on * il ihe Marine Hotel. the flowers. their residence In Che fleatf THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY Ltd. %  MM it Hook. SMART SHIR^ from AMBC* : The SAGAMORE in Plain **•** The RHODE' SI* nWhiloOtaJ m EVANS & WH1IFIELDS The English AERTEX SPORTS in White Oast] The BUSHMAN iii Khaki Shirt



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•77 B CH 19. 1930 SUNDAY IDVOCATE TACT. nmrr. At the Cinema : BinM In Ireland By G. B. IRELAND, lna of tin People", land laughter, of ^upcrsuiion predictions, of ,i . r.n the help misty marshes, and hon* jtch the murderer, who turru famous Blarney Stone — lo ,,li out to be also the Bill this, add Ding Crosby Al Barry Fitxgerald and Hta Sergeant M Cronyn and you have the recipe ;ind there is a happy ending foi for "Top Of The Morning" pn %  anted by the Aquat c Clu %  KuiM Row Nyren (right) Lfd Infantry 1 j the "Tacank". Dl I Honour of U.S. Visitors On Six Months' Leave > '^' Ck.-I. l:...ii S VISI .Z wti... EL c ;: %  E E en %  Mkt Tenlh Annivergary Laj iM %  Ivikl three 1 I Jl^ISS Sheila Mitteli: iTl Servant of the nt, Dritsh Gi I on Wednesday by From Trimdnd for six weeks' holiday. She was accompanied by her sister. Miss Claire ung w.lh Ann Blyth, and .!> i .-i. daugbUul dual Ann Blyth lab a Lovi th a puii ,.i n ; fact that he poses as an artistl IO be houad tnat we will hav uid not a very good one— I nejring he suspicion on him, and spending a short time in the civ i jail, he runs into partis) i ties with the local police Sergeant Bnany McNaughton (Barrv Fitzgerald) when he develops more than a passing inteiest \i Conn (Ann Blyth) the sergeant's daughter. Sinister events commence to happen, as predicted bv the local wise woman Biddv O'Devlin (Eileen Crowe), includCongrats fibres With Churchill N CLI. bdi> in CTiiu%  jgaaeur. |S| 1 UI |Kh i LastLaa**"' | ggt L g*lrtf-m Y• %  C ATULATIONS to Mr. Harold DaC. Straker, who Udata for the n which was %  i Dr. W H \ F.R.C.O.. C.V.O., for the Royal Schools of Music. Mr. Stiaker is an Assistant : i-nce Boys' i St Philip's hurch. After Fifteen Years M R. WALTER DAVID HALL, the Flying Salesman of : -ri > Qraaa Ltd. Lon%  is of soap bai in Barbados to arrange with Messrs, Bradshaw and Co., the newly appointed agent for the %  : i .i i Mr. Hall to be here and expresses %  to bl back in the West item .• r>f Bflaan lamaican born but has M the U.K. for the i He is a guest at the Hotel Royal. M Back From Course In England RD. W. SAYERS, M.B.E.. i tasge, add she >nn with ( of Irish charm. 1 should th nk though, that she COUld an niir serious roles just Bi probably better Bing Mnging and acting are as always, appealing and natural, ail enjoyed i son. Barry %  best known and most pantulai character conu^ii in a role that is mad< for him, Bnd rjume Cronyn, ai his assistant, plays well a part that is entirely different from BiniT.isn'i' "."TT? %  **" toy i have evej uort and I, I[f^'V Bn d TrHI1S throuj 111 I thOUfh! QcSarnVw.. *, T 2 Cha J g ? thai G puWW %  ^GolS"oy m rn,ng on ,h Mr. Sayan left here six monthago < which was sponsored under the auspices of the British Council. This scholarship was for the purpose of studying engineering at the Birmingham Transport Corporation, but he was later transferred lo the Public Works Dsa LiirimiiKium. an organisation more suited to his requ.icmcn^ While in England, he visited works of manufacturers from whom equipment in Barbados was purchased and collected valuable information In connection with Technical Education for the Barbados Evening Institute. He also attended many football games and made special mention of the courtesy extended to him by Sir Stanley Rous, Secretary of the Football Association in England. I 252L**££?'ii! U dUtSf wa S right in his tpnipo. To complett the pro %  \ %  .ii.il Hiiliv.. For llmsr llisrtl To l,rl ll< ins %  i... KEITH ARCHER • : ASTHMAS Here's an easy, effective way to EASE THE STRAIN! Relief starts in 30 seconds tuscaa oime unexpectedly — forcuall ibem by taking one mill i-phazonc tablet! Rebel iiani in DM M %  macBi KptuuuDc't .ilm; tticoit arc reieSKd to diiv>lvc gcnn-I*Jcn U broukhtnl lubet. tphtuoac clean I fOBjl diao Bjuon — cougluas trim, becooMl caiKr. Siaii the treatment today There ii nothing lu inhale, nothing to injeci. Fo* the rapid relief of Atthma, llrooduila and Bcuiwiual <^urrh, .ii un turns ttcd flliTTO UU L) III rafblarsi CMWltl. II iif liac^ly, wnll ti. S. BIVBU A (Oil LTI., P.I. MX m. UIHCTtWL "" 4 i.I III <•. Hrnht • %  •! his,* t^ Cipnii Jimn. (iarilminji Hints For Amateurs I'LANMMi illl.U) i with the maxtmuai amount of I ol plinnlni %  %  Ad hed.'' Ofl for th" n< xl lot if ;i good ih-wering ro-i pt up : uncul.HIS to be '.hmkitiK. ID March oi DaeeceJNS^i i do .( you want your Do settla to be i was) el ChflatBiai niiiL March Is the 'uonth it La August). Cut it l>ack to three feet of tho ground, I and manure and wal grow, and it's quite S good plan to .... double v.i %  the] i .in be n>iight Into Use aka lovely i.nd aeasonnhle ilfioiation Some | ilowen %  %  %  %  \wll BSsd Keep well u IIIK lha %  waj the Is will IH' %  the wittw : i I ,.,(> tvoi .v. in clump*, or iuick grower. I: .''.an by seed, cutting or Hoa The colours vary I'rom all the shades of pink to and purest white plm up the hrightness i>( youi garden a certain number of ;ire a great help In bndging the gap between 'h. atutuala ^"here nre the various bich can be rut back to d bear again at almost XlWSa '-n be had In varying; shades of mauve, in KM ..nd pure white There are the little bright single Balsams, ac .•(tractive on Roeker>-s and ir And there are of courst shrubs, trees und elp Make • note of kn| time ol the varioui "hints and stock vour garden so i ays at least one Powering taaa, eln* alant, to beautify it h we have all the anhese should be in iul Sowet now. fhe Bougainvillea. %  \rl> Helen Maci tsig4 Tag Tin" Wbita I'oralitas inot Ui double pink or Xmas white) an and the Frangipan i -II munches ol ing iiloocnt AI: M time, what COUld IH loviler"* CROSSWORD ( RYPTOQI OTI H< i \ \ \ n i iv \ \ \ It l> LONOFELLO H Oiu letter Si for the three l/a, X for trophies the length • i words are all Ea*h day the code letters are differ) \ t ryattajiaai Qa ala ttoa SY JAY TPC JQQ JTTPXYll KT CEY M J H Y S J X M Y T Y It J ( rrptoejtsete THEY CAN BECAUSE I1IEV BEUEVI THE^ CAN \ I aaraai I .,w.f oi Una kiuu i • ft. A augur .-lu-k ueiliapa. ii 7. A MUi bleuiuti ... II H. bill llil* it iiiilleml*nrd. Iti M Aooustoan. • %  Ii. To Ted It *inui. <*i 11. Beguile, iff) 15. If you do you will laugh to scorn. 10. Itellfv: .JO. Mythology pb earin and Had**, ifli |^S'liT' i n '*' 'j*. nothing you want. <<> :-cetloumay h# tmmiiig. a. ii*;* rou IM i j?H?'(^t 4. All thafagreen 4i JCrude a* it may iuu ba leuiadlea. ui o. The conaat plarti's trap. >ai 7. Ha tbalsaai that can be dune R. !i;D evm for a fairy. Mi a. ^ou may hang ou It In ilia lou* > % %  (4) iM, tas't it? )li Idw. I <) ,A 'ST* Utl 1,>und "^ *hout nine. IT, !'ti herrttHi ripraaalon. Hi %  ..*4iaB an Ms heu oa4>od NoM. (4i ). iir-ina ihst tun* hack. II Si. eitory without an alUtnaiifg. (8 aanuan o( .iteeg- mttt 1 aa^eli: v Nil, s. T. %  %  .--. Toev 4. Code, 1 aat "VITACUP" WEIGAK or R gi KA| 0 S p6P FOR HEALTH 70^ PER 1/2 LB. TIN. NABISCO : —they're the same, original, ioo% Shredded Wheat cereal gettingWELGARSHRHDni I) ;iadc near London, Hngland, in JUSCOSURfiDDEDWii] ajin Fgass, U.SA \X*clgar and Nabisco are the same original, wholewheat breakfast cereal, appetizing, nournning;, and full of gnodnegg and energy. Welggr Shu. a nikn a wonderful brcat milk and sugar, but for a chang*.. MII find it jiui as delicious with tiuu, or as a sgvou/y. "S places Tesl the Porfoction of your Make-up Evan in rlose-ups, Dorothy Gray exquisiterouge gQi powder hlend ini('i.''j)lil)lv into lour iksD, Tw will particularUappreciate this I around Jfoui eyes. On your miilril., l)>n.!h\ GtB) nnn akrt. bm Iing> >inooth agkd featliery—fur hoi in \\M Dorocfa) Gray Ungtiokl . craaauy, laiting, t.iuIiU^* In BJ | i imiuir Buy thasa ioportaUM Dorotit) i i nhanas yeau loahi lod Dorotliv I ir.iv Upstiok In vm Flattei ig %  I It i . smooth, •ilkily luattous. 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TAGF. FOUR SUNDAY ADVO SOWPAT.M^^ 1950 Football Season Opens T*HE 19S0 Football seanon opened at Kensington yesterday afternoon before a large crowd estimated nt f.\sii C ARLTON tfjcui larked their wonted 'l..vli Co*JeT was much too slow at centre forward and never seemed to have got accustomed to the pace of the pitch. On several occasions he was favourably positioned but hesitated long enough to be robbed by the Empi M| "> the defence and kicked the ball into touch far too often Warren must rurb his inclination toward-, rnhwsl plaj ' full-bark or he will < Ml hiteam many pen'•' %  Id Hutchinson worked hard at inside right but when he went to outside left hr had found the position at which he could give the most Marshall I* perhaps the most big-hearted trier in First Division football today He is small of build but this Is no handicap to him. He is tireless in tnc defence and a correspondingly capable force in any attacking plan. He was easily the outstanding plaver on the Carlton team yesterday afternoon. W.l. TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT T>HE DtrbanVn Table Tennis Association has received an invitation from U [ % %  .ins Association of Jamaica to take part in West Indian CO to bi held there next month. The invitation contained proposals for sending two players or alternately %  I The financial M less domestic and with that we are not inu• but on :her hand all true sportsmen will hope tb Bi m;ibaa and if there is a puhlic appeal by the local Association for financial aid it Kbould meet with considerable nip| noun MAV GO The Barbados Table Tennis Association are considering sending one plaver—Louis Stoute—who captained the Barbados Table Tennis team to'British Guiana last year and who holds vtctofiaa over, the former Trinidad champion Ralph Gomes loed from these tours and the added benefit of getting to know our West Indian neighbours are two cOOatderatlOOl that make such tOUTI of a high value in the estimation of those sportsmen whose vk to n.nh beyond IOS. TWO ATHLETIC & CYCLE Mills 'T>1IE AmiUllI Athletic Association of Barbados have planned their X lot r April 10 and their two-dav Intercolonial Cycle and Athletic Meet takes place on April 29 and June 1 my opinion well timed since the lota Ing will provide the scope for the local athletes and ey< bUltiM before the Trinidad unit Brlttab GiiUneac invitees arrlva here for the Intercolonial Meet. \mateur Athletic Association have bat "iV" class for cyclists. They have found that loma cyclists have improved beyond the "B" class standaid but are not yet good s*vug1l lor classification in the "A" class, hence the formation tl i (-rmedintr "B NOVICES TOl KNAMENT WAS GOOD T HE staging of a "Nw ianl h) tin lurbados Amateur irai %  rafrsjahlng novelty ui 1 li an expert.iround which the Association might well build something of %  %  %  %  Comn i Mr. C D Ranuay, Am.: ting pubUc of Barbados. I would at sponsor on Interi Boxing tournament and the revival of the Intar-troop Bcoul %  aaorad b* tba Barbed \mg AssockaCflACH Ml IH It B UT I shall never get tired of appealing to the Association to engage the services of a recognised professional I to train the youths first in the element.u iger they postpone this step, the hard*] it will bij boM from faults which the. mUBt Of tV BVi lop at .' they begin boxing wH Of I coach. BEE.A ELEtT OrrHLKKS THE AJ Of of the Barbados Friendly Football -itioo was held on Thursday nighi last at tbi I flub, Road 11* %  tor the yaw i5oi ant); J M Hawltl (Via PiealdantJ < it hcoti J Archer h and J Aroaa The season Is due b : St. Matthews Old B Uott will meet in the epacdauj tixture. TAII.PIM I H al should .<•,nf some interest to aOBM ol out no has had aw ling 'ung a game in the Woolli patition at %  Club, <; u Attains and n p Sharp saw an aatonlabinj When Attkins was making a gentle delivery for a draw, his %  ti L) in two on the green PM tba 111 ft Unv i I Imwlers wen poaitlOB Governor Sees Empire Defeat Carlton 2—1 HIS Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage were among the large number of spectators who wen %  *' Kensington yesterday evening to wi'ness the opening game of the B.A.F.A. Competition between Empire and Carlton. In a keenly contested game, they saw the Bank Hall tram notch two second half goals to win from their opponents who got their lone goal during the first half hour. Both teams missed many opporQ f-y a. es of scoring especially the neen i Loueffe Biark Rock * !" Emph, awarded two penalties, but were Beat St. Winifreds only ab,e Ip, !" ; 1 ",^, of ono ., *~ %  I McCollln formerly of Everton At {.riCKet turned out for Empire .it ,1-t-t-v-c ,-<,.. I,.,^l 8 ,,, Bn(l •" %  or**' 'OP BISJ1 QUEENS COU.U.r. won ., h L. team. hile Drayton Kon two-to-oiuii.i ,,, her „ ,|„. r llU „, r .he St. Winifred eleven >iMn c.rlton eot their lone goal tneir cricket match I ,< %  >. the ball rebounded into the net* lerday evening on tinQueen'1 from Cozier their or College grounds. Clay Atweit. the while Smith the Empire custodian llueen's batting backbone, con %  attempting to u ributed 13 out of College's 55. T nc game started promptly at Winifred scored 31 and 21 In llv o'clock with Empire defending I.III two respective innings J oal rom the pavilion end. Anne Hoad, St Winifred's tapThey soon ot into their stride and %  „i, ,.-,„ %  ( ,.h a neele. 1U ... 0r " llr 'f"n minil'.. h kl? . l ck a """ opponents push her side aga nst strong odds K| b ., w n K, S < LgSbt but the devastating .wing, ul Car | ton provcd „„„, ,„ ;l Clay Atwell who captured seven 0n on OC( . a i on | and four wickets in the respeccentre forward sent in a good one tlve timings, defied the boldest but King was well in position and urns on St Winifred's part saved. Later Harper on the left part. wing got possession but kicked D. Hunte who claimed thuu ui over, the College wickets for her team. w not long after this thai was the most outstanding bowler Carlton. in a good forward n Swift on the ncld and Mmme M !" £ d w n ,e eld bu rate in the shy In, K. Lashley of "'" •' outside left after receiving est in the fielding department for wilh|n nejr opponents Qrea „ Queen i College. was during thu. period that goalA born stylist, Rislin Hutson kieper Smilh came ou to clear dwplayed a variety of welland the ball striking Cozier the judged strokes. Her smooth and Carlton centre forward reeasy way of playing balls which bounded into the nets to give the %  i sure stump knocker;, gavo Black Rock team the first goal, rise to much wonderment Empire now fought hard fur the For i Girls' interschool cricket equaliser and almost found themmatch. the evening was packed selves two down when Carlton full of thrills for the many visagain attacked but Audi** itors To sec the bowlers, not the right wing kicked feebly, and nth that smooth run of Smith had no difficulty in saving the normal bowler, and occasion' n *P il ut "tany efforts by both .illy pelting the ball with much " ms l ? t 5f , ,he l ? t ^ !" wab vim mZ m iMfM f rontimial t ken w h ,hc ore 1—0 m favwas a source of contniu;il our of Curlt'Hi. Savannah Club Tennis ; iuhter to all. Second Half On resumption Empta change m their line up. Robinson at Centra forward interchanging with Symmun.i.s at centre half v • J i a i. Carlton were however tbl Yesterday s Results to attack and carried lhe ^ weU x. i*& M f! a VS ia up the field, but goolkeepei I) Wood beat Miss I. Lencame out and cleared Raj agan — 2, _*^-2 immediately transferred to the MfcN'S SINGLKS Carlton goal area and Symmonds F li. Barnes beat W. Crichlow who was in possession kickei %  -lof the goal. LAMES' DOI'Rl.t S Empire who had the bet* Mrs. G. D. Bynoe and Miss D. o( this period, began to pie Austin lost to Mrs. A. A. Giboons soon equalised when SvmmonMs | Kna Bowen 4—6. 6—4. uftei rVCetVtng from DM I '—• %  t halves, passed neatly to McCollin Monday's Fixtures on the right wing who beat King with a powerful low ihol MEN'S SINGLES close rang*. I' Wnrme vs. S. p. Edghill Fired with this success, the P. McG Patterson vs J. W. Empire forwards again pi Davey. .md in a good forward movement, LADIES' DOl'BLKS Drayton beat King with tht It S. Bancroft and Miss D. good shot but the referee had lr I) Worme and Klaa blown for a foul against the Bl.uk I Worm. Rock team. He put the ball on MEN'S DOTBLES the spot and Drayton who took the C EL Packer and C. B. Slanett vs. penalty, made no mistake C A Patterson and K s Ban* ^ u , .. croft *" e Black ROCK II L Smith and I. J. Niblock vs. ^me K ood etl Ise, but L Innlu and W. Crichlow. & !" th in goal eeemed to be aiM1XED IHlt'HI r'K ways in the right position M.ssM Ramsay and U.Lawlesa now took over and p. a.iK. A linagan and 0, II. *'"f, duinini ,,u l, f wto srnl '" %  after receiving from Drayton, but %  > %  j fii %  | King deflected the hall I IiUriKUlOS I alHt' bar. Nothing happened from the m reaultant corner kick. I'llIIId Vti-i-if ion. It was only a matter of minutes 11 luii.t CASSIM union iu r uiui binpMt ^ prm ci.iii niMxi'.N li aa c o n d penalty as a result of foul nuan UAT nlir. play by one of the Carlton d v M,.. 1 !. A, ^ ,H Drayton took the kick, tut the. uaa i *> im ^ Mo,,d • fme he sent the ball Kvartoii I va Abbry M-r it un Mvngoal. * S*U V V* *J? —^^ Carlton on lhe ollu i u^tajjw^onw-rss.. L|S , mmilc ,. ffo ,, ... 11 \. w.iiuiol on WntiiMOiiv when 1he\ bora down on th. Una .1 30ym pmienlbul ll^ill kick.. vnj'f M CdUiwdnu on Tnui.o-v Fninire winners hy the odd goal anl .!!>,> ln three. S. C. Griffiths Thinks W.I. Team Formidable (From Our London Correspondent) LONDON, March 15. KITHS. Sussex and England wicket-keeper, malN bats No. 10 or 11 for his county but who r lhe M.CC. in the Second Test Match [ndaM in Trinidad in 1948 and scored a an his views on the prospects of the team thla summer. • In an article in the current edition of the West India Committee Circular. Griffiths, who was Assistant Manager on the 11M8 \Wir. enough to visit the West Indies with the M.CC. side had been waiting the news of the selection of the team with particular and personal interest. He adds "Since the West I received the M.CC. in 148. th<> inemselves have ,'oured India, and here, one has no doubt, some reputations maoe during the M.CC. visi: were found to be too hastily —or, perhaps, too easily—acquired, and the result bH what would appear .'o us. with our slighily out-of-date knowledge, one or two curious omissions from the selected side." Strong HattinK Griffiths agrees that Goddard will have a batting bide of immense strengVn. particularly on a hard fast wicket. He mentions Worrell and Weekes, both of whom "might well bid fair to become yreat players." He says Stollmeyer and Gomez, both of whom bat more in the •English" manner may And themselves more able rt> cope with the ball when it is turning and ho expects Walcott to make plenty of runs this summer. He recalls one shot in particular which Walcott played against the M.CC. Cranston was the bowler and Walcott. playing back, hit a none too short delivery straight back over the bowler's head and into the stand for six. "A maJesUc stroke indeed" says Griffiths. The strength of the bowling, he rests with Jones and Johnhorn are fast by 'IfaalgA I SHALL bejdn to-day by correctin on...^. ueKi." tu-ujy oy correcting inv mistake In i column about September Song. I said he had sMr-ijLz" S "XI wins, one in A class and one in B This is ol courw £S %  "•. because he only won one race and that was the A rln *" he won very impressively from Pepper Wine. lprlM sk) My mistake only proves what ran happen when one i with the performance ol a certain horse in a paticui """""at excludes thought of any other. Consequently havln/JlL,'*" "*t Cj-kna* Uiirninn un tKn rvn/.!. -....1 t n n iM a • %  M sVBBlssl S < (iKHFITHS Will England Be Led By A Professional? By mm UITTON LONDON lacdon of Leslie Antes. former Kent and England wicBnjdand Test think ii undoubtedly one of son. both of loat dacoocratlo moves the present day English standards id*. It is tht But Johnson, who is 38, will have a tustory of Engto be carefully nursed. get that i professional I seful %  i full powers in the Pierre, who bowls 'prodigious England Test medium-paced in-swingers tt> a i poses an interesting packed leg-side Held" will be use;i— "Does this mean that fuj to keep the runs down but paving the way for Griffiths does not consider that ho 1 will worry the best of English other countries?" batsmen. [ports are divided in Leg-spinner Williams who bowlihey agree that tbl ed a remarkably fine length withrlpo to have a profession0 ui' much success on a "heart eter on the Test selection breaker" at Barbados could not at Ittaa but they arc not prethat time be compared with Ferto agree that the way is guson who seemed ideally suited paved for Len Hutton or to conditions in England. on to lead England Griffiths hopes that' Valentine I the West Indies this sumwill prove as useful to Goddard as Mankad of India. Mann of South In aitv ease thev feel that EngAfrica and Burtt of New Zealand, not so much in need of have been in England since thu dn this sumwar. mer as for the tour of Australia "As always on tour much will which follows Immediately after depend upon the captain," ho This is no slur on West Indian adds. "Goddard is a fine all"""'iv are perhapi three rounder—batting soundly and leftimataurj pkmng to-day handed, bowling right-handed who are worthy of a plate in an rather better than the average on ability alone, at medium pace, and always thu fielding magnlfhsantl) who ., %  osualb %  *ortnff delightful and unboundae time to fulfil their seed enthusiasm lb all he does on afferent prothe cricket field. He is a detervtMfl it comes mined man with a real under,,, m; tntiM Mending of his country men and That requires ;i live or six month on e cannot imagine he will fail to ,. | fwm bring out the bert in his players. Randal In conclusion Griffiths says that D afford such HVOO line weather the Wot Indians will be hard to beat, "even in h i i-. % %  ,-. alma U wmi ,hc matth which lasts live days" Ject^en^'h^h^S ; ^ "-.-r^^^,h^,v^" m nmer. Kilt I know -On*, thlni. iTrnrluif ihtwifff amjnj who would Uk. ^"f ^f SSSM^^: 1 n Uon to be disposed of iVice in a "" f ? r match than any of their pred.e .s. thev Will. tOO. Play crieket to aflrparlenca for the in a manner which win appeal in its wholeheartedness to lhe gptctators over here The referee was Mr ( i a/ara as f< ul .ti 1 ID p m. * Mv-Mlan un FTUto> .Hlh 4 p.m. vi-i..-. HsetMi vi Bkeauaea M "V M'," A 1 II". P VW*I e. uusta, JSSf^m 1 Sll,i %  in at sao |ii Wilson. St tiruohlvn i Bwrton ll M> axunUy Collill, Di.ivlon. Hobin.ton, Tayloi ISIh ul TOO p.m Harrv^r ^ M .' A I • CMhcdral on Baturdav '*"**!, %  „, astit ai 7.30 pm. t arlton : King. Warren, \% MIM<* v. y K pc ,H> n-iumv.1 Bin hams; F. Hutohlnaoo, Clati nt,v bMoiim son. Cozier. Lucas, Hall. Donaldson Snooker Champ k< KPOOL, Uarch is. %  %  %  ; S.A. FACING DEFEAT JOHANNESBURG, Mar. 18. The Australians scored 227 in their Urst innings in reply to tli. South African Elevens total | 49 here to-day and had taken ilvil frames to 46 here, of their opponents second ll from Donaldwickets for 48 when bad light %  i stopped play for the day' ear, — Rruter. —Iteuter Song burning up the track and leading by five or six l B class five and a half I was so sure that at that stare Thf* fc be beaten that up to now I have not got over the ^^n Slainte sprung by beating him. This is my only excuaTT* *** made such a glaring error. I sincerely apologise to the hL *^ licket which drew him for any anxiety I caused them 7 d n ''i surprise of this kind is even more effective than t| IP (in ^ ,B *i me. ^* **'* a* SIX FOR UNION PARK In my notes on Sunday before last I made mention nf *. thai Fred Payne had given me an explanation of what hamJLr' ** on Brown Girl in the Guineas. I alsotxaid thiit the cor WHS too lengthy to fit into my notes at that time However ^ as there is space to-day and so many peculiar interDreulil!?** been placed on what happened I shall repeat the story inari '" First of all I must say that Frod did not volunteer the e!L. After the races I went to him myself and asked him if he wu to say anything about Brown Girls running as I was ntm* disappointed about the indifferent performance which she "* readily agreed and here is his story : somewhere jun afte?^!' furlong gate Brown Girl gave the first sign of hearing out immediately tapped her on the shoulder with the whip and sure on the bit to get her to come back to the rails. InBeLTi"'' sponding to these efforts she went further towards the ouwL and at this stage Fred decided it was useless to try tiiggtngaV at her and he let her have her head to see If it would make hi "* comfortable and so induce her back to the rails. UnfortiauaL'al also failed and Brown Girl, so intent on getting away from uiwh rails, continued round the last turn into the home stretch ia widening circle. It was then useless to try and get her back in! Held who had by this time passed her with lengths to sran? fc ended the interview by agreeing with me that but for thu Mnu. he thought Brown Girl might have won the Guineas. SUOH that she was too fat and had therefore tired easily he pooh-aa immediately. ^ f Now that is Fred Payne's story which I believe I have r*n*t as correctly as my memory serves me. To the horseman it jm very plausible. But to the ordinary spectator who wasstsagare the rails between the three and the two furlong his actioMaiyka* looked baffling. Consequently when the whispering campaign a* ed some of these people were the llrst to say that they sawthtgt' running wide and that Payne did nothing to stop her. Atone*. of the race this was in fact true, for the reason as stated aboKft these "know-alls" did not know what wns soing on in Payne's* nor have they stopped to consider the split-second decision whidifc unfortunate jockey was called upon to make at such acrudalav of the race. Therefore they should not go about making rtnesa statements because they are not qualified to judge for the aagi reason that they might not know which end of a horse one pullsgfc turn it one way or the other. Lastly I must remind readers that two Sundays ago I abonai that Brown Girl was the only one who could tell us why sheruslk but for the fact thai she is n dumb animal. But horses have otto ways of speaking. On the third day of the meeting I wutoldtg Brown Girl was not racing because she was found to be luHrrat from sore shins. I have known many other similar cases nog stable of which wns St. Morilz who behaved in almost the exact a* ner. I learn that not only Joint Command and Postscript will bepkff to Union Park for Easter but also Beacon Bright. Beaufils. ViwnM Miss Friendship. Brahmin's Choice who is owned in Trimdidba made her debut to racing up here will also be going orerfcrb meeting. The meeting has received a much larger entry than ml first expected although the A class races are not very well natreomt Beacon Bright will head our contingent and will also be *t only horse classified A or A2 at the meeting. I see that The Gaiattt Lady Pink and Ice Boy have been picked out as his chief ^nponeax but the one I have my eye on is Fitches Cm n. Thi! li SB U] of ft George de Nobriga's ran n very good race In Port of Spun tat January and gave me the impression that she was then conuo|ae her own. I should expect that at Union she will be more accliar tised and will therefore do better Another point worthy of note about the Union mi i '-' three-year-olds Fair Profit. Wavecrest. Princess iu.si>v %  < %  &!* and Leap On are all due to make their first appearance for thueaei Fair Profit has to race in the D and E class races because he is a Jaa* can bred imported after the date .*[ the new rule which bar* rr lower than E2. He will tat> fore find himself in a similar position to his compatriot Brown Rod* when the latter raced at Union in 1948. The opposition is not ten* but even so I am not enamoured with Fair Profit's chances ajatt them. Maybe he will do better than I expect but in any case %  shall be able to see him going over a mile. With regard to the others 1 am most anxious to see what W* craat la going to do. He has not raced since August last year ,Ar !" and meanwhile his contemporaries have been En the limelight. % %  I like him the best of all the three a in Tnnidaiaa I look forward to seeing him show up well al Union. AnoutfrW ite of mine is Princess Rassiyyra. 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IV Kf^tul* 0 was first d!stff j ,i i previoii* mrrltne ul ,* ( 0 unrU ,,,d %  loPoned DOIVf iwmbrrs wanted lit iti. rm Ike report ol ( ommiiier S )„d been jppolntrd b the a—niawnl la ln\.li ..it,,,,%  to fetablisll ., JJlHi* workine Industrs in bland Government .nt. i j-jujiutn' wi '"" v •*• Bnnwm Repori iin.l in UM if advice receivi STfommerciKl j^Br>industry OM KROAIl SRHf V1-"1IKIIAV prdestrlan %  ti whir*Mi-'. pull Cuiclr Note? unmlltr unemplo 900 Iroirf Pawment %  migrate WITHIN n — ll ajn. to nt oil ttroao I'U pedestrians '•ad instead of l! '" : '" ,! "' %  "' .11 out effort to ""' If the ,i awn ... %  pML usually the usual hurly-burly ol iboppara. i Had the %  i-h to be ray*, than i .implying with the I d the ba rallerve ngestion. but tlM %  continue hll 1,-clures j, tte maaulaclurc ol pottery %  ua-pvc an estimate of the cupiti,! aol a factory capable of propf !): Mkg the minimum economic I'lllUl. %  the Supreme Court. 1 rtnirodat Mfa M.u.u ACommittee appointed by His laiiUency the Governor-in law Committee i<> uni aBBenci.-il propti I i '4ablish%  %  clayworkini; IndUftT} tdBut it was unliki aatal would be attracted to inbncnt in the clayworkii MB? and thai ll a daj aiatry was to be aaatd on tin aflBi Not Likely While il is accepted, on HHmce. that the linancm *forking faetor> K nut likely >jtreinunei;ii.\...nil. Iheietoi. lafcely to attract private capital. ik naverthi red thai itwld be unwiM to abandon all '. Put (hi Bond Keith irid tl a ixind for three inunih! II %  I %  %  t ihe 88th sat of the • %  < in evelopmeni natncl duiinf I "TfrS," 810 1,v i! > %  \ Talma ; Signalling Competition Plan nod %  %  %  %  %  %  S H Rcouten to—i M HQ, last the ol South Western %  thmontl %  Ike Committee on :ln tJhat %  fJovermnint eleaih %  iWUnds that there are vi i %  Wlormble risks in um-i %  iaancr this Clayworkinn InduThiS5ugge5itr ...,., ??" w s continued Tu *• %  m favour of the sch, • light of further advice thai Jjn been able to obtain % %  •ine commeui.il post n %  e industry. Oplimistit „***•• H hKvetn was pj the Ibat where tliv irth< troop Signalling n ,," utllH ,1 i lh '" %  i %  IHHIK I UUI .hum--. Strati Group COBMM I August. A ti' %  place and d) U iHileheartcil %  • Brothers \ ward Two Scholarships 1 11 \ 111. \ %  %  -. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE S^AY, MA RCH.. ^ rpOWARDS his naoy in the X oe.-ert wai Rommel's %  I wu one of fnenuiy, If sometimes fcuipicunu. hosti.it>. Like all Germans, he resented at lint our employment oi iiKU-n division* again*.' Europeans, until he encountered the 4th Indian uivwtun ana found them ns well akscJpl.ncn and "conecl" as any. He could not resist a mild sneer, for propaganda purposes, at Ihe 'coloured English" who accompanied th* South Africans, though ue knew well mat they were non, v rabatants. Promising Amateurs' The Australians he con rough, but It was the -sort or roughness which amused him He ranked them highly as individual fighting men. but thought i.ie.v were inclined to get out of hand South Africans he thought good but too raw. For ihe New Zenlanders he had a great admiration They were, he maintained, the finest troops on our side. The British he P promising amateurHi weat so far as i*> admit thai, for smgll. independent operate quiring great personal initiative, such as those of the lng Jange Desert Group and the S n s (Sp*cinl Air Service). th< %  better than the Germans. British regular formation* were, he thought, stubborn and brave in defence but insunVi truly trained. He made an exception of the 7lh Armoured Division, part'eularly of the two Rifle Batl of the Support Group, the liti Hussars and the artillery. Ne\'ertheless he thought thai in tank actions our nrmourrd unit and even single tanks, were far too much inclined in tf baldheaded into the attack His criticiim thai we used armour in penny packets and thus invited its destruction in detail has been echoed by British military critics. 'Too Slow' The British system of command he thought too slow, Invdvi a and i-lowied with paper. 1 cannot discover that IM expressed any opinion about .."> inuividual British general %  General WaveU, whose dt-sert campaign against the Italians would, he declared, always be studied as a supreme example ol bold planning and dari"* execution with small mout Chivalry II was quickly discovered U> the British that the \lrikJ Harps proposed lo light accordin, to the rulelor this EM whole eredll as liven 1 svonusiel "Thank God. "1 '<"' no a s. division, m lb* desert" said %  I Bayerlein, slafl %  r Heaven knows wh.it The BOOK that has set all Barbados talking . Rommel The IgMd Adolf Mitlei .inn was, therejoie. lop At Nuremberg On June IB. 1946, (•< Siegfried Wcstphal was quag taOmd about it at Nuremh-1 Ou<: .vere on the front Row conducted th. Answer"I i on Miawt i %  %  -' chivalrous n bad tine, put hlmaall the rules of W % %  Marshal Rommel gave the The III iiisli l'i ISOIM i lloimiiel Admired By DESMOND YOUNG :.al law committed by ..land troops. a showed the most %  %  ,' : wnnii was uiiderslandJble now thai our attack had been bock, lie was an old Africa He impressed us as I \nv bravo man and very likeable He insisted on beroming a prisoner of the Ger%  ^en; to Italy. Vanished' "t tried to carry out his wish, and. evading general instructions, handed him over to a German depot In Mcrsa Matrtih However, the commandant later ordered him CO be handed over to the Italians. But on the evening before he was due to be handed to Ihe Italians. Clifton asked to Ro to the lavatory, where he Of the window and \.unshed without trace. "All troop* were at once warned I A few i officers were huntirr tt.i/elle when 4 weary foot-traveller coming across %  %  -:. carrying what %  earned to i>e %  wotor-bottlo In his hand. Closer observation aj the muchlotighi'-afto* Clifton "He was at once and broiinht in lo us I expressed to him my recognition of his courage; for not Gl NffRAL RAVFKI.EIN, Chief of Staff of tht AJrika Korpi. ing. %  •Rommel said, 'Well, that is .tblc and could happen i.i a night battle, but. .' li< went on to describe how |. man wounded officer had Into .i burning truck For Sport? MtOf some di*usMon he Why are you New /.. .< landon llghling? This I %  in war. Are you h< m the sport?' "Realising that he really this, I held up my hands witn losed and said. The Commonwealth If you aita ( U would contemplate trek through Ihe He looked VI i not sur: "To stop any more attempts to iape I had him Mil at once to "Later I heard ha: he disapITOBI the talian prison .amp in the disguise of a Hitler ugeiut leader. /fth shorts and I rank, I'ul in this uniwas a dispute about rtic fare, and iteuined him. Later. as he was being lo Germany he contrived to dive through a window while the train .: ning. He was wounded, but on 32. 1945. he escaped agai, by April 15 he was home In Auckland, New Zealand. How Con / P • llasp.Ul-ihips were a sere point with Rommel. He woa iMilfPO—1 wnen he heard the N-v> WM puiiing Inem UUo Malia for examination, tunoua wnen it was reported th..' had been attacked by the R A K at sea. Drafting a strong note of protest, he was somewhat shaken to learn that an Italian general, frightened of flying, had taken a passage in a hospi.-al-ship a* a stretch, r and had been removed, unwounded, at Malta. His final disillusionment at a conference before El Alain, u, Pommel was complaining about being halted for lack of | Three tankers had boon tJMfe In two days. The Italian chief of staff reassured him. Olher means hail already been adopted. PO.TOI was being sent over in the doublebottoms of hospital-ship* Rommel turned on him. "How ran I protest against British m. nee with hosph*al-ship: when you do things like that '" he demanded. Tribute 0j To sum op the spirit of the desert war. 1 quote General von Ravrnsteio. who commanded a Panxer division. "When I reached Cairo." he ,i~ received very courteously Then 1 was ifcken to %  00 General Auchinleck himself. "He shook hands .vith mo and •Old. "I know you well by name. You and your division have fought with chivalry. I wish to treat yen aj woJI .is poaglbto.' 1 heard that General Campbell boob awarded the Victoria 1 obtained permission to M rltt to him. and i -till h ; 11iv letter." !h. lettei iead:— !)< %  %  r Major G< Campbell. "1 have read in Ihe paper lhat you have been my brave adversary in the tank battle of Sidi-Rezegh. "It was my Division whuh has fought in ihese hot d with the 7th Armoured Division, for whom I have the greatest admiration. Your 7th Support Group of Royal Artillery too has made the ilghVmg very hard for us and I remember all the m;inv irons thai flew near the aerodrome around our e.n %  The German eon congratulate you with warm heart for your award of the Victoria Cross. "During ihe war your but with high respect. "Von Ravenslein" "Jock" Campbell mi ktuo I soon afterwards I do not supcrossed P** he evcr received tfa ,er the frontier If he had. I think he would have to SwiUjrland" appreciated it. Gor A way Ronunei s inmi.ition was ornet Clifton II t to mpo P.O. 29 Italy, where 1 .i priaooac, )e :.! once Th.Afrika Korps did no) up prisoners. Afi< l rough pound So Kind In the May 1942 I an Army Film Unit photographer, a Scot, who had managed lo recape after an hour or t eiieinv hands. "Wi.i! Uka oi po I ana, sir?" he asked. "A lierman ofli. I Ah'in triin,' >. actual!) b caineta oil mo an' wouldna give it back addajd "Ah hae hli receipt for it." So he had, on the liack of an envelope wtth namo, lank, an I date He propos.il lo look for Ue oberleutnant after the u_i When I was captured the | Qarraan who tcarched me r haaded back a gold cigaretlcHe apologised for taking my Arid-glasses, but explained that three were military eqiei i.t IMS wai ..' least unequivocal — DU on." II S "all ennim on Cominando missions in Europe or Africa challenged by German troops, even if they are to all appearance-, sol in unifoiii: I Uon troop*, wheihei or unarmed, in batten oi in flight, are to be slaughtered u. the List man. Eva these individuals, when found, should apparently bo propared to give Usgrnaolvog up. no pardon is lo be gian: Ihem on principle "This order doe apply," Mid treatment of aoldiers who. n. of normal hoatilities. are captured in open battle or give themselves up " I will hold responsible under Military 1... the Anal paragi t| falling to carry out ordi: offl.. lact. order or acted against ardeiwhere it i* to \>v exeHOMMI I amestlofu h ssaraieaop loooV'. latei I uld bo %  %  %  night have boon ira i onducl" actuall) Brieadlof CTHwm. Ma captored h the sHWoV i you attack New Ml I .. uw< "RonUTsal wished mo lud aront I dayi later 1 aKapod, bui was rocaptun 11 otsVci i nunttni gai when sum.I again, and onoc nor< could ligitimately h... I ersaiion with Itrong What. itaoot Oonaral commenU on our ve.Mods. occa-. rou want to Two Ways • There are H*o opinions on the question of chivalry In war. General Eisenhower hoi i-< the other When Von Ainirn was brought through Algiers on his way to captivity." he has written, "some members of my stall tvod %  plan '* %  '" that_ I_ should observe the escape. He curtoin of bygone days and allow ** him lo call on me "The tradition that all professional soldiers are contra... arms has. in tattered form, perNisled to this day. . For me. World War II. was far too personal a thing to entertain such feelings. .. (.eneral Eisenhower is ,i wise with whom no one would willingly disagree. Nevertheless, there an Ponte D'Olio. uid wno 'oel tkat even tattered l.atooh the train to ditions may be worth i i Milan. Crossing if. when wars an Milan in a tram, have to live together in the lame got a train world. (World copywright) (NEXT WF..:K. Rommel seal Miller Scroape talk of n lu-o-Hiilc Ila*i leeapoii: His fttgt suspuions o| U|f Fur),', r LoMPR LVnsraai Strolee, l SOUtHI Ol VI1UTY WMICM WAS%  JtMIS MOfcHlStivt MCUNMIIOM IN C** Or WtAKNIft. lAtHTUM. NtKOUlNlU AND Lots or .•mm THIOMOI ". ^NiooAiiiD o eaw SAO. uon Of 'ONS IN IM soeur •WSCT-ONS, -NO "•"*""OCCASI0M1D ST WOMT OS OrtSgaaga AOAYBirom : t ; %  i %  %  %  STOKES a BYN0E-6rKIS MONEY COES FURTHER... WITH THU A fine car lhal saws money all Ihe way—thal'l Ihe Prefect I Vou act smart body styling, roomy comfort for four and bi lunar space. Smooth riding on the roughesl roads i,i,l IIKIC i:npk ground clearance loo! Ils eager, precision bull lun.p l"'d engine saves pelrol and oil. service charges I % %  i it SK ttx METECT at ouf showrooKu la-da CHARLES MC.ENEARNEY & Co., LTD. %  In tool i was no relation of Field-Marsha I (then General) Aa QMB d ar Captured rortnag high-level I hospital ship ,I ( I. i do not bum ipo; ii is your duty, and i %  Vi ''"' lama %  Aj-preciatiiig hi walttUna and tight b \ %  ura rnu aroulo lo .. ; at miles in kaoi Inaa five daya on OM can of "Hoinnu I ..line DOCk VOT) QUtGB.ls sMth. No, I would have had more %  tfiisc and bon^.. d %  car.' Trick \\> him but with only 20 seconds start | nmeh time, though '" w. had %  Hdtabla vahkaa marked %  He then added Hut I w JS .I .uid tha; any furthcr att * at a break, would finish bv my bouigabOt while escaping "However, he decided to get n,i ol ui. i -t morning literal!} minded. I'rrhaiM the best Anecdote on KoinmrU treatinrnl of prion on la thai by Brigadier (i II. I hlis.ii D.8U., MX; .aplured New /ealmid hrifade com mander Here It Is:— '*! drove out into K land' to tidy up some, night bal "It was beforo/ first light ui I oanasln| aUu MM wrong people . and wet.: I bag' l-.ter an Intelligence OflWei Rocruna) ma I %  I proceeded to hai about the 'gangster' methods .f tha No* lat^andora %  Just Arrived C04DS7%% lLs-%* r'jf hl b *'"'' having a traate lack Of humour Rommel impress,,! me , us an out)Undh,|| exception, and led to flgui h „ imprewlon grew Monger r ^"\ I ""' -When he met our Hoops eMhai of this aa prlMner. or wounded, he gi.-,.tInunedlate cd them as one soldier meeting %  ..:,h%  ala, it %  I explain lh..t our fl.it through in the dark. cau: % %  Had passed. %  i He Wrote... • After Rommel', death there Has found among his l llnta PJperm this note he had written on Brigadier oafta. A night aA-ek on the 1 Oth Italian Corps coat tha British %  ara also anon, -mong them Brigade 6th New Zealand %  %  to InTIIK fen AUSTIN THICK 2 aad .> I Oil !!.. Loadstar' is a "driver-comfort AH-tor ttmm WtBtmtmmy Roomy, modern design • Full •'3.scatcr"-a.,„,M.„I to, | Butlt-.n heatin i • Air conditioninR • Insulation of root and back panel • Hinged ventilating panel | „ ( |,.„, dows • Sliding rear window. The Austin truck. On a chassis that has all the great strength and stamina you expect from an AUSTIN is an outstanding new cab — •d to give drivers the best working om.l.tMin.s tluy\e ever had. It will help them to do their job more efficiently by cutting down fatigue. And that will S"?P up oiM.-ia.ting schedules — and reduce running osts. %  Ill III ANSIS (i cylinder oh v. engine. 4 speed gearbox. fully floating rear axle with quickly removable din*, assembly. Lockheed twoleading-shoe brakes (5 ton. servo assisted)AUSTIN ECKSTEIN linos — you can depend en 11 t - Hisiribulorw. m Ka< MreH.



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fpmtAV, MARCH 19. 19M SUNDAY \nvor\Tr • 4 Review of the Report of the British Caribbean Lord Listowel Standing Closer Association Committee On Federation nir REPORT of the British X Standing Closer Asso2IT Committee recently puhST rfpreaents the work of "JLn:ntiV ol the British ter*L>< La the Caribbean In an ?Tl.,nifv politically territories by great distances, by in history, tradition. En^toms, and tLcommittee n*t app iwtft oI a Conference of the liStf Closer Association of the ffMJWest Indian Color.< SSaafeco Bay. Jamaica, in ScpL^ff IM". The Confera /. %  "... ^^^BtUDject of this article. TiercM ol i leren -e f the dder and Si recommendation*; in *7i Tfe> sssimilalion of: — • The Atral, Customs, and tariff policy of (he British territories in ;he 'iLibean area. ;. The legislation terr:'' I (b) The unification of the current" ories. j f i The unll far .is %  public services of such lerritories. (4) The for;;: ol R f'-dtral constitution and federal juuiu) The means of financing the operaiion of nil federal services. Currem v Is respfv: ii the MlciUon of Services there have jgBietupComn'i-sions under the •asfmaitfliip of Mi J. Mel atfSir Maurice lioli ())r: and in respect of cui oat u it work n prep Carmttee dealing with I) i tn Group, resulting from the miffwv confer* n in Barain m i4B undei the auspice* tl9r John Mf-pneisnn ft these matters'therefore the CUBiittee has onh adverted in %  MBflg. and the report of this Qaaittee should be read action with iht ri on CusJB. currency, and Unification of SeWce* %  respect of the assimilation of It legislolion i 'hi iribhean kntlerie*. leeom-aaci that urn. trinity in such sagm as Commereim Law i* deflate as tending to racllil tggsttioii of luiyKl scale To efTect that end it % %  fjestcd that under Federation •ft tad other economic matters Maid M within the legislative rggetency of the Federation. abfch would be able to aafernitt. Independence fc DU!K of me Committi pill de%-oted to the inter-related jtrtgof drafting a Federal Consti%  and a Federal Ju [Suggesting the >ns>i>s ol Oft|| the operation -gjf i %  but*. The Cnmnlfllec begin %  ith the le|filiv aa*tion 11 I %  Uriask is t< ai real poliaJ independence for the PVlF >>\ the region > framewoi llnti CUnoawealth." They proceed to atkt comments on the pr< of real independence which • commendable alike for their as for their realistic applet) towards the economy of the Man. "It Is now a truism to say %  a* i. n. deanot i unai law, trade unions, trade hove essayed to tread .out,.f parliament,: It do* that political Intaapen real unless it is based "ust res* 3S In turning to deal with the for..r. maUcn of a policy making body the Committee ha-. that '"consisting i %  s "*" 7 members oMr.. 1P .h bl >' are l0 ix "PP" tn Governor-Qenerii. 1 The Only Type That Would Work Satisfactorily ••Soc,.l it Inn n( *" u '*-" truss su Mgnmcation of Ih an 3 may be Federal beonontH jnv '%  %  : Ion Of these i be membci: branch of the legislature Officials i %  %  "actions nominated i> himself c. %  %  %  • ruer-General's power '.L.I.I. Members of of veto, then Assembly should be lnc ladniflcatlon of-H Adult Suffrage, there pleasure, the influence In lennJaJ eiecttooa •''*' from the impi kOUld be DO i'iupert>B im tll ' ptuvisiun It: lUalillcation for mcm-Rn Council -should ha\e power to %  gislntc for the Federation in re%  .iminv 11UOI1 ...ildW'IOSlPlc 'or Ihc Frderiilion in roI opuUtton and ih.-, t'<>iecuring uiui • c.U .should be ">' rom the Imperial l mid be %  %  %  : %  reft %  -utCMest that the order and supplies. I I be nominate! I neral end that' the lew anented to by the Q ibould repreOeoerei which epp %  that the purpc la i federafanfldOtP .: !...: %  ii Union aqua] mei thai i rmn,enl stooh which baa been In. Unit should have an eluded in the : .tion. It is augTreasury of the United Kingdon such assi-' %  They have had :o bear In mind i to those of Inj nature. BUIa the tnoaftd ix' %  should b.' %  %  In com pi %  that .ill pi vest %  of the mot Two ftel should I" i ben it has < 'i though it has -uncd the concurreoee f ... oubtedlj 11.monm reout] not trtlcuthe harsh facts of life. I 'hat the oWdeefi %  wliicli onlj Chief 1 ahlcn both the 1 : %  %  ould have an ori %  ' %  luoged ,( ii„. original •he Comis au %  %  I %  i .. %  %  put] i ciattii | % %  i ppeal. It , HowCourt to dea %  %  i i %  i %  %  %  neh to IM.' ipttng this .mid inII %  %  roteJn Affairs %  %  lalnine to ti : %  Dl %  Qreal Ta*k %  raembers hire, They %  %  %  %  1)1 Will lH> I X N ... set-up BUfge : n the Ottlj %  ry ii I wel in the maxat:''. %  .,..%  federal ... %  %  %  I %  i %  de. rhc i %  %  %  %  %  Prnise %  %  : %  : %  %  %  : %  %  I I I naent of the > %  %  %  %  %  I I %  ynn I Ihf iKauly croam thai is a 'tmlMBt; • II 4/1 tl %  preHeete -h.• %  mmi dirt ... ramtd, >inuUU' (,NII'J iha %  <• a is ippua... *.. bmtm miftrna JWI B tkin. (irtvrnt. thai -li.uyloA"' i fanssaea Usaroaa t'ud .... 'aaaB 1 foundaUOD for po J • ll4wliiir Snow don %  ,oif .km. Wumrn \\\t *<*\Atrr*t HIM K BS lha| do No oil) bagal nil Msaeaoi ai"d hi """s Hili %  i,.-.. nrvfi avaasTi ...Ulb*>our.!. '11AZELINE SNOW* A Bt'KRUK.II* WELLCOUI • '" %  I'KWIU'CT i Somettuttg ftetW" ~*%S —and • Cov. %  ..,.', i .. deli^' %  ideal (or Be tend nl >g %  %  Fretlm I, pure and ri ; COWtCATE /)at// Icaac't OR COMFORT AND CONTENTI WH ALWA YS a spwial Oceanian w l u .n .. %  ngned lot frocks that lUtti -iul fabric foi %  > iiiulv adaptable, you'll find nun. inform..! il on the beach. Tootal i al11 "' YouTI aM Uitt they 1 Will last foi li*:— i,,„n t li am uefcel hatsoevrr in Hi, materiel. ,i mhoH 'i eriee and paj Iha tmk IscurrW la nil. TOBRALCO .... .:, rial -igned to take repeated of wear ihneaa and %  • plain col., Li(J Lful Kintt in. !ly creat: i for gay, ..ih-wear. The that fabric-easy rd to wear out— dnj ita beat. LYSTAV a beautiful spun rayon, highly t :pt„bir Mad ol gnat popui ease-rekUUuii i baa a sparkling. Unen-like aur% %  also poeeeeeea a soft ideal for tfe formal 'afternoon' frock. Made M variety '-f rich, glowing prints and love> clear. plain shade* Lystav launder* %  uperbly and la wonderfully .ble ahd long lasting BIA %  1 for dainty" dm I n*a party frocks. UU' occasion. It U> and is mark%  ad creasenvy love%  % %  %  LOMBIA the rayon with drape, distinctive In and so very versati in man> %  .;ea an'; ihecks. Not too heai very adaptable, Lou tylsja ami severer tailored lines HtvJ^ mark• %  creaae-raaaatance. TOOTAL FABRICS Th, word Toofof and othti brand namet me*ior*d o t^sUrtd Trod* Mark,



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% hat Does AurioFs fcfeit To U.K. Mean? (By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS) LONDON W E BRIEF VISIT 01 Presiaen; Auriol of France pav. ,nh his *e. i neighbourly call at Buckingham Palace ;l-SPAV. MARCH 19, 1950 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE NINE Tim U distance between ''"'" """>" !" T "wniry of th. %  SUie. Is tar erealer &*•"*" ">'"' •• hav, .IS two nation, of the **" s ^f n !" l^'y Th, s lorn „d, „t " recShnauance has unpleasan possibilities. But we should boto this great American new *,gg 10a strict and packed timetable with real cordialJ The last event of the visit—a ballet at Covent tlaruc. lumincly retrieved some ol the lost glitter and charm oi jjjn life ol a almost forgotten pre-war. _, Garten Itself had a comes a -story" more improbable new decor by Oliver than any ever dreamt And vet I 'The great occasion had Why not? Here it is .\i r Jar ot aristocratic dignity Dimmick. sales manager of An£ I-irt visitors lo England Powder Co. (does u s,,, ixn 10 recognise more powder to apaches? Or does HW we can see It ourmake a little powder lo turn u into apaches? I know noli. a „' Uut ail the right 37. '^ jn .."" r "ream 1 middlip founded on H^LEI 0 f thc machine h, £Tol Britain and the "^,. ( !" •> Mexica, 7rnu.ee a fraction of a S' ,,""'"' * avi r h "-' •hetween fr n ""T 081 cv y country of th. erealer ££V iirnen iwo nations psjweslui. t h o u s a i g ipart Kroas the world JSLy joint armies there is £? **"" "'" th* age Kei of common fortune !"!" ^jjlf ' make whom be^.IteAnzic force ol the c,p nBt rzSfnd"" 1 """ AU r, a MPs *" B*i"B Brutal., A Tens* Week Treated k,An* too c T e U> p^Uri.* .-cpolt.cav.-eeK. Ull lr .„.,.„. „,., fit Oovemme.il falling — „ orKM or dU£runUK sl %  •*.: with the backwash he ,, rok ,. fcoiannj case of Dr. Pucha. ambulances were lo be used ..' 0B, against tense politics lon< M „,„ move h human Merest, what puI Member', life in dang"" ja, worthy, witty. Social!. Ncxl „ k ,„„ mU „ £ of France and his elegant twlc0 The suain on inVpolitlva IWpt.then M.lve. newss) slem 0| „,„„,„, & 1 !" "S^SL. InL-T. mcnt w houl Kunpromae, with i^iL?5^ crimson banmtense A ween ago il seemc Z£FL^?Z*"%ZZ C " !" !" > 'night agree u %  ether did It. early-Spring walt „, he Govcrnmcn hav0 length of pulitu-.il rope, and hop. ht loe King anu i^ueeu en" would hang itself. Now Mi M, Mr. oev.ii, in ue Churchill and hu. party seem kee. %  mbce, was Hard al won to puin ,ft Government over H lor some reauiy in uie clUl %  • toon pcoaible. Con%  uaaiale. i route, ainva titutional questions arc bein; , a* nau a uulntor o. Pushed lo the forefront by th. a policy, ane has wanteu clos (iivision of political powc. •mr oer lou uiwrnaUonai between the two big parties. One P-Hnjged In Uie din by " "• which Mr. Churchil Iftoca, loo ha. been suggested, is to remodel Ihe voUnj caacernea wild the future system m such a way that the lavaiiy. over nve years Liberal, get a number of M.P's In ant been some acule uirlerlhe House of Common, in propori between French policy, tion t0 the vu,e lh ey receive .i ^ dktnulful of any polltlelections. This would bring their wrd, and Amtrican policy, "umber from nine up lo forty or Iready to see a change of flIl yNaturally, then, the Social tte welcoming smile ol 1** Government would be outlawed people. In these voted, and could not rule. unle>I-over uie export of tier'* confined itself to measure, ac* coal, over the political ceptable to Liberals. Mr. Church%  r* ol the new Germany, '" scheme, which is attractive, fccontrol of Gcnii.ui heavy naturally, to Liberals, has tht Britain ha, b e • n n,her '" %  thai It would be n wmd peacemaker, (sorniKr 1 * ln ,0 Conservatives! It InaU, puiiled and un" ""* lh Conservatives coul" %  belween Fans a n d nev r b* very Tory, any more Ito. Recent news from Mr Churchill's •vmire-.tion is beI raighl indeed encourage inff interprete'l as indication thai welch lo say a bitter "I told he believes Tories can never rule the country, for long, alone. This take. Into account the fact, of life In the post-war Rriiain—the rise of the prestige of Ihe Trade Unions, and solid -upporl of inMi-lnal England (or Socialism RUTH and I 0v Vi^'iM' Khama 4 Statement to the British People BECAUSE I dind to love and accept the love of a wlvte woman our puniihment is 1 3 be exiled fur DM next ;lv e years from my country. Bechuanaland. whith |fl rsiie of France. The creat majority of mv people. I n assured, are hornned bv thi Bntish Governments tttka. They and I resard Drtrayal of the trust that Bech.ianaland has reposed m Britain for more than hall a centurv sine*! Kln Khama. my grandfather, -ame to England to ask Queen victoria to take our people undn licr protection whin I threatened by the Transvaal Boers TAhekediV Action IT was my misforU.: dvpnved of parental car*U-t.v. i IVM tan, My upbringing became thresponsibility of Tshek. %  King Khama by .us fourth marriage. I have always regarded him as an uncle. Most of the speakers at the second assembly considered I had i-een wrong in not consulting the tribe before marrying. They did not. however, consider that this omission should deprive me of my i>os:tion as chief-designate. Shouts of Approval IT was agreed that I should icturn to Britain to finish my lawstudies and then return montht' tune to attend the third ..ssembly. i hat third meenng went on for Ave days. I called upon all thCM who favoured Tshekedi to stand up and 43 stood up. I then called upon .ill those who would accept me as chief and my wife. The meeting rose to Hi I Pula %  This word, manning "Rain," is the Bechuana way ol H strong approval of anything i reived the congratulations of 8 I Kvohi. Invitation was a trap to lure Ruth and me out of Bechuanaland. and that we might not be allowed to return. Wl received numerous official assurances that we were not being shanghaied, but all requests for a written undertaking that we should be allowed to return were turned down. Mr Kracnkel. my legal adviser, was given an emphatic assurance Hi Clarke, the Imperial that there could be no question of my being barred from Berhuanaland in view of mv birth there. But he would not give DM this in writing. When a tribal delegation made request it was also rejected. We decided that Ruth should remain at home. >rked disappoint men t .it Ruth's non-appearance In London seemed to justify our suspicions of Government intentions. Our Fnte Settled S Cfr*perMiiu( I trusied Germans are not i the control ol T, toese unuersunajng P* kicking up as much %  W they dare at the gaJosd programme of distheir war industries. has been to bring The Crime Wave. Up And Down The same figures can be used Britain, in view, much to prove both sides of moal "*r. Now Bevin and ments. You might say irinie in the French Foreign Britain was diminishing; but then *uW like to persuade surely it is increasing. Both are %  aW* !" 1, Ihc u s Secreright. The total of crimes reM State to come over to ported, and of convictions of itH k*** %  "other talk criminals is falling. M> m 2J*fyHe does not guess Is that the drying up of P*** to come. Indeed easy money to be earned by "wide %  ajjnfni of distressed reboys" in fairly simple little %  • of American policy rackets has lowered the general •Jput through !>efore he crime figures. But it has also IV A ,oin thls Confermade crime harder to Ml J* idea of Western Gerand driven criminals to organize ••valuable bastion against themselves In gangs and use r-R to being considered violence. So the number of ."^Just being perceived atrocious attacks, usu. I^yj" Germany great women, is rising Crime Is be" tttracting concessions coming gangster-run. I expect it a h-21 nd ,hcn M*"" 1 i* natural that Judges and police cnMsed status to the nhould immediately suggest that ^"* and that might flogging, with the cat. which was fci, bltler r u.t of abolished two years ago should 6 -*tt *ould be a new be re-intro ?uced. Personally 1 w 1839 twtween doubt whether this will happen %  Germany and ComNo Government will want lo take F" a step Olat Is retrograde and (TKPV I i. n would nut Rritain in the nniti" lf *> An H-Homb ? „ f being the one and only nvill ,-,,„ Ised. non-Communist eou NAa^fc*!? courtM y shrining nhysical violence in 1U ••rtean Press Agency. ^^ ^^ has been the %  mage tie mid t the beginning: "1 do White blood in the Khama family." % %  and then. when that failed, he tried to bring about separation. I have heard stories, for the truth of which I ant vouch, that after Ruth id eptad tny proposal Tshekedi had hopes that she would, foi larntton, break off the engagement. Hut I marriM n woman of .ha racier. At Oxlord THIS story begins *l uncle decided I would be better iltted for my future responsibilities as tribal chieftain if 1 completed my education in Britain [ had two happy years University. Afterwards 1 went to London to study law. I stayed with other Colonial students at a hostel, and theiat a gathering I uas introduced to the girl who is now my wifl did not meet her for the first Ural a West End dance hall, as hau been reported. Ruth's parents were a happy at the association, but their opposition passed. Ruth has been described as a typist, but, in fact, thl position of trust at Lloyd's. 1 wrote to my uncle seckin at to the man immediately cabled back object ng to my marrying Ruth or any other woman. Ruth and I discussed his objec %  tion. but resolved to face th • at KeiiMngton Register Offlce 0 i %  er 29. 1948. 1-day Assembly SHORTLY ifterwardg i want untie. He laOmediately called a kgotl.i. assembly at which we discuss tribal affairs in the open air. TWO other nsscmblics were held to complete the discussions. The fir.-l. held at Seiuwe. our oapiUl. unit on foe font Mv uncle mad. clear, and the majority of my women ba ng excludad from kgotlas—opposed my marriage on the ground that it had been arranged without tribal content. .Iso agreed at that first meeting that I had been wrong In marrying a white woman. I reminded my people that Kin*; Khama had not sought i at least two of his four man ages. And that Tshekedi had not obtained consent to his marriage. I also claimed that there wa nothing in tribal law forbidding me marrym*: %  white woman. Many younger members of the tr'be were sympathetic to me bad been silein i %  mile ruling that nobody under 40 should be allowed to address me kgotta. >nd RUTH iianng, the High Commi^ioiKr. ba expected to 'i.iinnation of my recognition as chief from Ixmdon in 11 weeks xpected tc FTom South Africa. but that the matter was a domestic one that did not eon Union. PlBdfatap Setrrl • xt move was to inquirj 'it i-iessure In other quarters was al to bear against rne. The tnqulry went into the qu< lUon %  g .issemoly that app-Ki | had been constituted and wl.-inu Ol and proper person to %  Mr. Ellenbergcr, the GovernMsnitaiive. m his eviuVd the tribe had a history of squabbles. He also said that, as the South African Government had banned me from its territory, it would In.' difficult f<-r me to keep in consullatlon with the Resident uommlM oner at Mafeking. The inquiry w.is fairly, but its findings ha.v been i %  This handicapped my i lien thev pn it during 'he past \ Warn WcJcoai RUTH came out to D land before tne inqu.i pravtotad welcomed at the Franctstown .*ir IK't-t. but there was no the w.irmth ol UM trl when wo drove int" R diculous atari %  proad that she would hav • io Llvi -ii .i mud hut i arrjing water. Our home, In fact, is tiva bunijHlow. and W0 cult problem In nu %  piped supply to the bungalow i^ being arranged. Our home is comfortibtv furnished. We have IM My wife, like most whit %  ill probably .lo her a h oppl n g by mail order in Johannesburg. That la, if r •d to live again in my native land. kly settled down hapi rig many friends both among the tribe and the white Ol some i nt officials have been aloof. Tribe Feared Trap WHILE -he opening of the judicial inquiry, the British Qovtnunant representaproval when I carried out numerous duties us tribal chief. Then came word from Sir Evelyn Ttaring that I had been invited to discuss matters with tary for Commonwealth Relations, in lx.ndon. When 1 consulted the tribe about this there was a feeling that the BEFORE our talks had aaN far I formed the impression that the Government had already reached a decision and that nothing we said would make much difference. 1 was asked to consider relinquishing parmananU] all claims to the chieftainship. This was nol acceptable to me* I suggested that 1 should be given a trial period of office as chief. It was the i.ovemment argument that my return to Heehu.m.iland would provoke disturbances My answer was that the Government could easily depose me if that happened. Mr. Patrick Gordon-Warker, the new Secretary of the Commonwealth Relations Office, said that one of the reasons I had not been confirmed as chief was that the* wished to make tribal administra'tlon more democratic by allowing more people to have a say in The running of the country. 1 replied that reforms could be I introduced during my probationI ership as chief. Kruenkel said that he was 1 authorised by the other seven Hechu.maland tribes to saj -upporie.t u lie produced a 1 sed bv one of them When 1 arrived for the last ..f these discussions Mr. GordonWalker read to rne a document Rattling "in fate Banlghmenl from my homeland for five years was the -cntenee meted out to •HNM-if u ay wife. Wi reminded Mr. Patrick Gordon-Walker that I am I loneerned in an important lawi suit involving the inheritance left by King Khnmn and held al pros. ent by Tshekedi. It is aaaential that I return to Bechuanaland for the preparation ^ case, which comes up In April. Thla matter is now being • onaidered. Cable from Wife MY wife has cabled me telling Ol the distress the Goven.; decision has caused. She is ra> necting our first-born in June. Where Is our child to be born? I shall not obey the Government's edict until we have exhausted every lawful means of %  on 1 bating it. The Government denies that prejudice influenced the oat considerations for the "colour bar" ; %  • • >f the Government of South Africa brought about my banishHut world opinion seems to 'hat I have been the victim 4 i M >th I think the disturbances thai .ent pretends to fear might arise from my return to Dechuanaland will IM. %  %  that may spread through the British Colonial Bm| %  result of its clumsy handling of this affair. Freedom for a man to many the woman of his choice and the democratic right of pnojpti choose their own form of aa mcnt are the principles at stake. WORLD COPYRIGHT Wagon Trail In Barbuda Forty miles north of Antigua 1; the coral island of Barbuda, part of the Presidency of Antigua. Known as a Sportsman's Paray almost everyone else M UM Wl Hut four Federal (lovernmetv. officers paid their firs\ !9S0 routuu visit to Barbuda on March 4. Tho party comprised of P Griffin. Senior Federal Madke Officer. Mi* Jotl Engineer, Mr. Jl] ant Federal Engineer and Mr Clifford Palmer. Federal DtroctO of Education. They left Antigua iround 3.30 a in. on II and arrived at Barbud.i point to Anttgua nrer. within M\ %  his inot that ang tn aen have beat onsidering the poaalbilll I structing a pier wh., facilitate a naarai nter-island boats. In Uh %  here is an old • posed and not %  .eather but not D misiderably shorten the VOjnUM .etween the two islands au n>thods of transportatii : -ington Village which 'bran and a half nrles at hen be improved. Tl < UHiaon and stayed five d l : ion Mi Gomel. Having dlaeanbarked •minenl I Iffici %  .ix hours later al • hart winch la In lagoon a great o. flowing the n < inch might i IIK angli %  %  v\ ater u] ; %  winch in son.. adequate UUU1 Antigua Than wells, some salt, and a lor hum.. problem tha best water lo tha nn fm < "iak ng %  possibly %  > %  %  is most susceptible to droughts. lattraet now being carried out I with onions, tobacco . protnlaa, % %  %  ary if tins kaland i t.;igua. but tlu to cultivate this item i |y if %  marki I sought. Mr. Pah' on BaiLo Ii uid seeing the n Government ttgM from Antigu.i : Anglican school llol.v : With tru %  apartment Palmer arranged three ed the opportune'Um-. of moat n %  dancing, col I %  the inhabitants. It is hoped that Antl i runent Officer! A II up with visits '. %  Bai %  .iulil ippi of such oppoiti. I jm t proud (onsuroer of ... GOAT CHOW The cows begin their yoang ones en . CALF STARTENA M lanublr Irom II JASON JONE8 Co LU. %  e a a a * a 5r5J. 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KW I'M.I I IOIIT SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. M BARBADOS*^ AmOOATE —-— t 1 hM Me ft. Tlfc AUme >-> Os IM.. M UraM BU M>Hiwi SunHn> March 19, 1950 Xo i f Food put pressure to reduce the freight rate thereby the cost of sugar to the consumer, and at the same time invited the steamship companies to recoup the in by adding the amuunt to the cost of outward e BW.I, thus Inen the already high price paid for English manufactured goOr is there some other explanation? If ->ooner it is given the ix'tter it will be for the honour of the British ued existence of goodwill ix-'tween the West Indian peoples and the Imperial Government. was alsu made by Mi Motth : .nner in wl ences of officials are held wl,. %  appear to ignore entirely the besl litti of tht -is Mr. MottL y s comment "if our officials are paid protect the United Kingdoms bntamtt, or by the Barbados TivuSLiiy to look after <>m> It would be better ,f Mi M .ttlty'i eriticisms were unfounded. That however is not tUsy'a outcry was that of %  nd thinking West Indian. This is not the agitation ible men. i a economists, and politicians art all sorely troubled by the manner in which West Indian Into %  Uin ihold of a Federal Union In ihe prop,*cd constitution ii is ssngaatad thai the Imperial nmant should 1,1 '• %  Ud the man... oftha U stop and ponder uoa of uW it mean that the 'British Caribbean KIM eration" should, like 1. ..ull.ilil,. XjHIKlllUll IIUUIIOI during the Royal visit. ..ii sums for causes leu public ba nature and less beneficial to the eOBUnuntt) have been voted without ii. In this case there is not likely to be any dissentu:.. \..„i In lbs measure. Cummings, weary of politics, relaxes at a social littie evening . How So tou reconcile Mi Cummtngs four cartoon • last week with the sentiment' you expressed to ma about the socuutst Parry, this time, three tears agot' [*S I only reaa the Sett Statesman and Satlon~ • / r>op* 4>oiiTf not going to pw Mi' 'i-oi |Hif drtiuTtnas '* • But I can't urmerstand ichu gou'rr not a complete nervous wreck it the eid 01 six week* oi it." KITCHEN NEEDS!! select from this \ >ide range WOOD AND COAL STOVES—Nos. 8, 7 and OIL STOVES COAL POTe PRESSURE COOKERS TOTS SAUCEPANS—Iron, Enamel and Aluminum DOUBLE BOILERS NEGRO POTS—2, 3. and 4 gallon DANISH POTS—1, 2, and 3 gallon FRY PANS--U" and 12" and FRENCH FRlms COFFEE MILLS—Not. 2 and 3 MEAT MINCERS—Nos. 1, 2. and 3 TINNED-AND ALUMINUM KITCHEN WAItF BOX IRONS ETC. ETC, nc WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.. Sucre,*,,, „ C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD.' 'Oh-COMMERCIAL artf l.onaoii Express Service Sitting On The Fence N OT long ago I foresaw a distant future in which all nwn-.'irliament. including the Ca bin et, would be dogs. The interest dogs are already taktng in politics was apparent in South Norfolk, where a doggie belonging to the wife of Christopher Kaybtw, the Socialist candidate, bit one of his staunchest supporters Interviewed, the dog said; — ''Amotu "ther things, I must have swallowed a lot of propa! ,il\v,ivs though; ;vfs were well dressed ind Socialists wore caps and nmfflers, or ought to. -Thli tell 1 M M well dressed I thought he was a Conservative. POCKET CARTOON IV) OSAJ KI LA.NV.VSTilR On %  • more crack out at got WUberiorce ML, and tomorrow •unMfJ *iver% ire (JOIIIQ 'o carrt a %t'v iboui a tonriu *? ieur-o n.nuig for 18 years. J l'ST a clour of lu-ilighf. When the lights are low. In the flickering shadows A softly thudding blow; Tlwuph the day be weary And the eeenina drear. / shall OA Just the same thick ear. Just the sa-a-amc tM-i-i-icl; e-e-*-r. I L.I-.1 OIIS for lm(} The sagging, wrinkled faces of elderly women are Hj V illiinirl l.llllllMIH now being ironed out with a flat-iron."—A beauty article. M OTHER, make the iron hot. Aunties lace has sagged a lot. Clearly, it's our painful duty To restore our auntie's beauty. Hurry, Alice, hurry, Mabel, i'rrap her on the kitchen table. Do not heed her jrantic shout. WHnkttM must be ironed out. Careful, Gertrude, don't be rough. Stop when auntie's had enough. Steady Mary, steady Jane, Must you burn her note again? %  Alice. Mabel, are you dreaming? Cant you hear your auntie screaming? Take that iron off her /ace. That is not its resting-place. When \W* (older and (older A SCIENTIST 11hey re all over the place) thinks the weather in Britain will get colder and colder. Yet another thinks women will one day be 10ft. high with barrel chests and enormous appetites. This will make the bigger women of the future look much worse. A new ice age will grow hair on their barrel chests. Their massive laws will become purple with frost t>ite. and their terrible appetites will be satisfied only with raw meat and whale blubber. As we also believe that steam heating is unhealthy, we shall get colder and colder as the weather gets worse and worse. It is bad enough to foresee %  future full of purple-faced women ted feet high. But if we are also going to have icebergs all round the coast, polar bean In the back garden, and < roaming the munching blubber sandwiches, then roll 00 the next war, come what may. I*II I Viltm Wonderful? I T Cannot now he very lon,Refore the birds burst into son* And folks become hysterlkll About Ihe hl.M.inim. daffodil. Hie ITCH' uses will soon be out. Then up will xo a mighty ihout From the lou-r and the upper ten And links and tired business men "The spring has cornel How loo divine: Lets walk beside the Serpentine With the lirst icreen. lender thoals Come little HUM production soots: For every wild Mower in the grass There is some gaudy, vulgallls jacket tightened at the waUI. Attired in appalling taste. Why does Nature In the spring Adorn and colour everything? With these exceptions, you and me. Who dres*. ourselves atrociously, Onllallowedlaround "There are no fewer than seven titled grandmothers living in one square mile of Lonuuii. —Uuivwriter. P AU8M a moment, tiny tot, Bel ore you tread this hallowed spot, L>u rWf SfeVlM M u.uuitiiiU IMiltHy, %  U..-U gntm*n \ji U.A ta aii.^u. .iiui.u. iu.1*. i-oi.* IIM MI 'ta dnaft HM "' Ii eiii i. rVi K-'rw "*** %  H r fO*M leetfl made oj gold.' Dues sue HtfC4 Idem out Ut n tj MI lUutn Q'ey or white!' Uoes she get her ringlets wet tVhtM btUhtssg ut her coronet?" Kemeiuber tcvry grand ma niinan Is probably a douagah. Or possibly a marchioness. Or just a blowsy baroness. Child, your curiosity About our aristocracy. Though natural and undcrstude Is rrry. uery, very rude, A dowager or marchioness Is often hiniiflii . more or less. —L.fc.S. Today's Thought Fame is what >ou have takrn Character b what you give When to this truth you waken Then you beglm to live. BAYARD TAYLOR (Improvisations) OIH HI All! IIS S\.. %  a most valii.u ties. In years its work has been hampered by not.' having tta quarteti kha lo the generosity of tho kind own building e/hlch h.< i i on the Bay Lands, ai work vlitablo lUon, the LM Assobudg> I although making every effort to economise, these still M $3A0Q to run the Associu.. We B appeal to the pubin m e in tato thle most useful organisation by subi| half of the required ii A W H (Bart>auos Branch), Road. Help lo >I.M HI. tin ilillos Scouts Association JUST RECEIVED BIRKMYRE CANVAS ONE PIECE BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS AT 72 ins. wide $5.16 " VAB, SECURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW FROM DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. rw S/MH-chet To The Editor. The Advocate, BIB, -It U regrettable that it H . I eches are made bj n-puUble journal. I i reasons of space DJ It be deemed expedient to condense, then tare should be taken to ensure that what is allov %  remain of the origi: makes | writing roKiii. tnd ea tppracuiUve I of focal issues; anu nut unreasonable to expect a recognition of the simple [ uour Roll of a school with Ad tradilion.il implications, is a most important ingredient' of any headmaster's %  pooch OB LbsMth !>.% Win wee this omitted? \ FARMER The Lodge School, March 17. 1950. risffli To The : SIR • sstsfevsrasun ai .r netgti &f in %  loniee. Trinidad and Brtctah i. with those %  %  iwrsonal expeneiuc with Ihe Blectric Supply Corporadon on rates for my house I think HO still more etartUng. In la:... i49, I purchased a house in Marine Gardens which illy wired for electricity, and which was supplied to the former owner at the rate of 5 cents per with the 20% surI i>wner. applied to the Eleeti lc Supply Cor' %  < enno DOW wiring or other 1 was Informed that 1 i have to pay for the same service 18 cents per unit — 21M* i'.h 21% surcharge. I know several people who havo ly, or are now building, houses and they, too, are being charged this rj rate. It surprises me that these new rs have not yet told their .. pavntion the right to do this? I oteOsBoKaakd that any form of dis. runinsUon In rates charged to> c fiBumcr? of lass b by the Acta h the company upcr%  PMr iENOERSON Just So To The Editor. The Aduocote, SIR.—Surely the appropriate IWtUtaOn to the "High Tyme" leg controversy is — "Horn Soil out Mai Y Pense"? T. WU-KER PATON. Pavilion Lodge, Hastings, March 17, 11*50. Air Mail* To ThiEditor. The Adrocdte. SIR,—In your issue of to-day. Carib writes under the caption "An Advantage" that mail from England by TC.A is getting here quicker than it used to. All air mails from England are despatched to Barbados by B.O.A.C. via Jamaica and onwards by B W I A H N ARMSTRONG. Colonial Postmaster. March IS. 1950 \<< Quicker To The Editor, The Advocate, SlI ;..per ol IMh Inst under Carib Callina the heading "An Advantage", it is stated that Mall from England by T C A gets here much quicker than It u*ed to. We would call vour attention to tbe fact that all Air Mails from England arc despatched to Barbados by B O A C and B.W.I.A., which our Colonial Postmaster has confirmed. J. PERCY TAYLOR. Branch Manager. British West Indian Airways Ltd. Hoxing SIR, — 1 am in receipt of the following communication from the Trinidad Boxing Board or Control. The Secretary of the Board of Control writes: "We have in Trinidad a Boxing Board of Control wfalen is the Supreme Authority in Boxing both Amateur and Professional here. As such, no professional boxer could leave these) shores to right abroad as an amateur, more so with the Amateur Boxing Association. Each amateur boxer was given a duplicate of his amateur certificate duly signed by the Secretary ol the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Boxing Association. "I beg to state for the information of all concerned thn* neth Wallace, our welterweight, is 18 years old and has been attending the Vicioria Institute H< has only been boxing eight months. He has only had four public fights. having lost two and won two. Hi.< fifth public fight was against Geoffrey Perkins of Barbados. He belongs to the Serene Gym, wtMCSj he gei* his training from Mr J. M Douglass, manager-trainer of both West Indian crowned champion* Gentle Daniel and Boawell St Louis. Kenneth Wallace has never fought professionally and has no intention of doing so in the near future, as he l.s not up to professional suandard. 1 might mention that Kenneth Wallace was rated as our No. 2 Amateur Welterweight, our first being E. Masor of the Serene Gym I may mention that I am ir possession of Kenneth Wallace's amaveur certificate of registration L, A, LYNCH, Hon. Sec.. B A BA Modern Hlp.h School, FOR THOSE ELABORATE PARTY LETTKIS wkirh an IUM walk a, arr.aankd b> Ihr ciuUaaar, bona lid !" will be loan! i*-H. bM -> — %  %  w t* IIILI. Maa> >>k rtrk th. Miter'. **. ra,h Beak, .nd r4an are uaia rtatladed .1 u aMMaUr far Ik. writer'. n „ u b. kb.wa te Ik. Miter. M lM Mblk.lte.. My u „„. nace .1 IN. laiU. Goddard s GOLD BRAID Rum IS THE ALL-PURPOSE LIQUOR in, linlint I cocstsM MICH S4U PLAMISSS* rvMSi The i-S KIM i GNNafi coll) I



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I'M.I II \ SI SUM ADVOCATI. StTCBAVMAM li,., MADAME BROMOVA Bromova w work %  %  to talk iibo here. C alir lumnffe ; ,.pularitv o(* £ voutKol our corn., --n Midjme -• A n previously Iwn noted J.skrt about hor from time to tim. training ~\hr proirws which hOse.m,.,l more ylarbado* nd her pupil •,,-,'both subjects %  ,. I in her praises and H I. full, or.lv to meel of her pupil. Thra-' and their parents to realise the iToction |he> (eel tor her Ml Savalc havek On the subject of her own „ .,, .'ndume the.r patron-BBromm ,kedancmBa £. %  rltttlCM will teR i he as 1.-1,11 and this. By A Correspondent membra oMhr< \I;Kl;.mr Bron< %  nf Performance1 n %  '** OI ^ ir Seal Fonnria%  %  %  %  %  school %  •{ Ballel in London, which ,p to 1939 when %  For ihc purpose of thl be important Apart from interestdevelopment of America, during 1944 when she w i? m Washington Ii ( :i was not until she came to Bar'. in 1945. that Madame hnri anv thought or inMflMOD of rwuming her BetiViUee • that she %  Ilayden our form*.Director i Education. She has pvi appreciated and the achievements irth while. Her main anxiety now is to en-* sure that the work will he carriec" on. With this in vie ensure the continuity of v and the maintenance of its standards and traditions. Madame Br. dcliffc and she is exKartW London School. here with her* '•' \p\ MADAM1 8*0*01 \ jlUon Fuiui to provide homes for Physical Training Ac* thai she displayed • for danc-l rithin a comparative.}! Ihort time found herself on the! tail of the establishment M.id.ime Anna Pavlov; il her rare visits to Lon-I lj Anna Bro-|"trainen reek*, di. Pm fact one of her ma : Cotant Oar-lsersc Moroeofl of the Impei ; % %  %  Ballet, a master and part{Yorks !" tre. Ij*>nnjn all nlcht about the ballet. Mo. Enfci ol MedameBromova herself jlJg" :lv however, she also man-nincd,] ^, I M0LL1 IADCUFFI School ring. : i :in audition wit) I Mordkin. then Al %  '| partner, and within :A 1 11 I ed over two years, and the hall. 2 over 100 towns in th I On hei nW H te Bromova | i ilaiK-ri. %  %  Bel %  the maestro Cecchfttf Bfld %  teat manager and Unpri Serge Diaghfiev. Those were th %  Kamvlna, Lop< Nljinsky — names which n known to all ballet fans, upoirtmcnt Then came a great disappointment The I"in South Ami Madame Bron persuade her parents ( %  > lei t ning ibe The I lour of Europe %  nant of the com pan J to get nothing worse than (he U most of har personal helongmjv and all hervtage dresses and othei The small remnant of thii formed the nucleus of another Company, sponsored I %  .tra cm nen 11 Loadon, md i %  odUCed 'Hum '. t the WU At th.r period glso S UM principal dancer 0j a musical operetta Mine" ;it the S' y but she found 0 that .i teacher and hi Mi ln %  RfcdCllfn r for lea t in : BBJC has SERGE MOROSOFF AND ANNA BR Rhapsody," at the Coliseum Theatre, L been a professor of the scholars of the R.A.D. since then. Besides lontiibuting periodically to the %  Dancing Times" she became a member of the Education Committee of the R.A.*>. in 1944. and helped to compile the Academy's Ballet In Education — Children's Syllabus". In 1936 and again in 1948 she toured Great Britain teaching and demonstrating the R.A.D. syllabus: and during the last three years she has been on the teaching staff of the R.A.D. /eachers' Training Course. Latterly also and with Arnold Haskell l the G major Prelude ...;.. Jig 1 Fugue, a joll> evidently composed bg 'Us 'wig off". Ifficult to single out an; teen above others, but uu cito Of Mozart, and !* % %  Uttle fane %  ie Flutes' by Pietr i 'i %  i A, Lncidentaliy, entuei. on bancel Organ i wren joy to listen to. Spec al mention must 1 of Dr. Uarria'a extremely efl tratiOOl which woniiuiir.i, a model of what such should be The two new stop... tin Zauh-srgiven by Mrs. Hahne.nan Bayley — and the Narard were used for the ilrst time at a recltai, and full use was made of them by the performer. Dr Harris was delighted and so excellent an Instrument in Barbudos. thouj... hj already been shown the Spec ti.iii'jit in London, and he en pressed the hope that he would, iay. be able to give another recital—a hope that it Is certain that all who heard him on this occasion will share. G. H foot itch Cause Killed in 4 Da Pain and Itching ^ "J Stopped Do your feet Itch K> badly tht Ih^y n*rly dr|v you cmv? rv>> the akin on your ft rnwk mid p*lT Aro th.r* tillatprx b*lw>Ti your lo* and on th POtaii of your feat? Ho UK break and run and eauae more bltatara to form? Do your fw-l K>t o aoi* at tlmea that they actually ble*d* If you nuffor from lhr foot lr ahould rraltx that th real cauaa la m frrm or funaun and thnt you can not trt rid of your tmublo until you kill thn uanuttfB rup nilble for tn* trott He. Kills the Cause fiiht or kill the underiylnR raua-> of jiiur troubla. Fortunali'ty It at Ift-t la poaalblfi toovrri'iim* theaa foot tmoblaa and aluo vrm tho moat stntihorn ringworm Infoftlon with the do*-ior"ri era* arrlptlnn Nlxodorm—baiu>d mi the prewrlptton of a famous English sk' antovd to end your fool trouble, and B thmn S definite actions: 1. It kllla Serma, parasite, and funaus roanonalble for the f !" u. c, i w„ioour^ s Guarantee Ttaj tloe a tremeM.^a, imBSiJMi ""TiilnK. In 4 davi* tiiiI^""*S V Klll thTSrSr^aj! , ju u. t„ i!U*r oii )ul ] day. Ion,,, ,„ ^JT """"1 rt-BullHi,r ,ompi.u^l?*?" nt Ihnd of this iim, tfTrJXI "> compWri, n) of UaiiSu Ir.n. pw ln t tWMi. S5t dfrm will con DOthlMlwSa i,^r.|>return th, nntSI i, %  .,.,, ..'. '—t your cawutaSS a.rm Irom your cb5^ l^a^efg^ VACUUM CLEANERS & FLOOR POLISHERS Cheek Ihme four Disllnclivp I raiiirnodhrSbUU Also Availuhlr friiin Slock: 1. It's % % %  •> %  -<' Thr>iii(h &f 2. Il's kinder lo I il |ls •• %  UMidile, I. Ii %  i iiiiiriiifX .... rfl Also Available frnm Slock: • I'LOOR rOI.ISIII s • BABBBL TYPE CLEANER • "VACTRIC" HAND Dl'STER &f S. I. >nsso\. o.\ A cat, LTl AGENTS. r'SfSH SfOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING I'OWDFl! PUFFS n kCVO n ASKS i ii f..r lluim i U I In al :— COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY !>•< n-tt I ZMI — 4441 .*.'.o-,'....-.','.-.*,--',-.' ,','.-,-.'.',*,',',*.-,'-',.-.-.-. NIGHT Hl-41 .;:',;•,'.•,•,'•'> PROTECT JEM Y O L R — HOME THIS WAY!! ATLAS "A" Wood Preservative i That's why— ""— % % %  •—„ ^ more tons, the wuuld over, are iiauled on G odyear giant tires than on any o her make! • %  laainiuni mUsaf, ,,„l ,„ innnii,, .^cciallv .l.-i I tart ...u. in. rk i...i.|..-i.i.i.i... il,,-. i..u,...i1......1,,.,, il.,-. r, >, ., ii kuiloiaMt.,ik. In..II, un, ,, i i, ,|. luliii'i liarc rcil. bio wool !, %  il.m.. V. Hi. i,,.„l -I...I. .. i ih, '..j.l .,,ii j.,.,,ur Goo.l. !,jl. i UUH for Ihe 11 '""f li,„,l.,.ii u.ji.l l.r,. Y. ,irU's iir> nanl in,-. Obtalnabl* (raw i IIIK CENTRAL EMPORIUM 3<(^^^-()fl(*^^^)()(^^)j(^)(^){(^^)Kj( Leadership in Lubrication m $ Trans-atlantic BtUKta Scetcabtr 1941 ud tckrauy 14 Britt* Own— Almyt ( oTfoialloo nude 2,000 croaugs of Ike Nai* AtkuMic, raoat alllkuR Irmraroceu air-roult in Ike 'oral Ifck raplar two-wa> wifci kaa beta caaiiiaiaal h il %  WIM km aa4 kaa carrW Maw 21,000 >UKrtn atlelj • *ak dtaliaaliaa. The raaoarct aad aioaccriag lair* •( Ckl % %  wa, aaat ikia ttaat-ailuUc ferry larTka a rcaHtyM aaaaM ky th. iUI tad iataMtty of ihe caaaaai mi kihrkaUa. ^ a,Wac^ AaraAaU whk* %  ao.A.C. nai ailaalli aircraft aaa aidaairaly far aktrat •atiaa h j ajajgaj oa tfclj r oau. : ^'^^M^m ^^ jtejgj^^^



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^nvM ABCH 1, 1950 Chou En Lai Reuses L.S. Cocoa Producers Will Get Rise SUNDAY \l)V PAGE ELEVEN ,faie I „,-*! 3.0 D.i. Syng 1 •**- %  Advocate OnvMn,, ., KINGS Product !" o. coffee and coco, < ording to reports culaUon .bout to ct an increase Bishop Of Aiding Safe Jamaica F Navigation Enthroned ol the Dcmo0 t Vietnam, ot 300'-, baton growers are " A ., ...mfcnl. GEOKGKi'on.. —-reate •.,..„. ,,„„„ ._____ A r"OL R-PH,E beacon In the case of codec KINGSTON. Jamaica. (By Mail) rM and wh,: selling at roughly The Rt Rev Basil Montague bMn " bl world prices, the Dale. MA. was enthroned .is Lord ,0 ,he Waini River. Don pected to get Bishop ot Jamaica in the ancient >*>>'" British Guiana i yes"* Venezuela. S ~ hours 'True) off the Waini P r his arrival from England Latitude 8 3JN.. 1-oniii8* W., and in 9 lect ol water ellency ihe Governor Th establishment ol sir John Muggins G.CMG was "e ac n is part of a Plan of the it the ..ervice which was also atTransport and Harbours Deparlended ty dljnH .„, ment lo light the entire seaboard „0 for Clu.ia. ana cocoa Despite high world wl -^bKonwIndep-^etVL prices ahe Canadian ma:; F.^wful lesson for the lhm hundred shillings for 100 s, If ST-hole worlc. ,„,., Government 1, sUll payi" f Li th people ot the col,„,. Jamaica producer €'. "oer ?i, %  C^e bn selected or 100 lbs. Government buy, Ke {S^,, %as objects of ascoffee at this price on behalf of Cnu cn ministers of state and * ,he Colony from the Waini to 'JTXmerlcan imperialtn( BrlUsh MIniitrv of Food pr f "" ,he Corentyne. the contract Is to last for another ,K Ulshl, P ln hi' sermon told Th e Walnl Beacon is visible %  JM of Ihe Asian peo, wo years—who in turn sells it r e eongrcgation that he "1 miles away and gives a ".anted by the Asian In Canada at sky prices, keeping "TJf,, ra nscious of the vast responwhite flash every 12 seconds 3 *5,^MTitlon ( unless the^ |£m without the consent yjca is holding nn cmerSul Congress to-moriViuonal Congress ot Ihe U pirtr-Bel Slum's second U^ also been called for l^i Socialists are opposed {Oil's return. %  LFVinish provinces, where rtiwi generally favours "iT-.j.. !" V iim T i.,, L7l return, Kul Leopold Coronation Market In ^-stern iUh Guiana Trill hn mm "S per cent of the voles. Kingston—is to be closed down for the first time since I94T presently in use. One of the l.in.>_"- where the population after a month's notice to allow The Commonwealth section at wil1 ^ kepl in rese rve to meet nib opposed to the King, the reconstruction work, which Earls Court in which the 11 W 1 ''"' necessary, to be exhibits will be housed will oeiX ls not decided to place The enormous cupy 7,000 square feet. Of thi. lne entrance to the l\ cf the votes cast were in „-Holer. r %  .'tUed by 1 riel, and must Dsprriallsts. as Ache%  =on Ihe other side KB* ocean.' -Heater Minister Resigns HH profttH Comic Study iteihadM Advocat* Com-**KINGSTON iient has set up a Commillce to study the Importat on of comics into the island, as a result of %  resolution proposed by the Hen Douglas Judah and cepted by the old Legislative mncil Mr. H. H. Houghton. Director of Education is the Chairman. ~ !" oc- iv^pun .•ability which rested on him and Th o height of the light is 38 asked their prayers and help in '"' above High Water S| the days to come. Stressing the Tides, and mariners arc warned continuity of the purpose of the to keep not less than quarter Church, he called upon all men nule to the eastward ..: of Cod, and all who ought lo be Beacon when approarhin the men of CM. %  „ „,. „p : ,„d serve w "im Maw, the King of Kings. W.L And British Industries Fair At the mouth of the Pomcroon River the Department has placed a red conical Buo\ whlc exhibits a white light. Hashinit •Wry 7 seconds. This buov ll situate off the mouth of the i Pomeroon In Latitude 7 391 N. and Longitude 58 45' W. Close Down Jamaica Market BkrtMdOO AdVOCMf COfTripWlflB,! I KINGSTON. Jamaica' biggest market — the In LONDON (B. Once again Barbados will not be represented in the West Indies 4 the British Industries ment FMr which is to be held simultaneously this year at Olympia. London, and Castle Bromwich. in UN Mislands, from May 8th to IWh. For the first time since the war however, there will be exIn Keeping With the Dopai t. %  ..;.. %  %  keeping i safe gramme, four new Fairway buoys have been imported and wii. shortly be established outside the entrance to the Esscquibo. Denierara iind Berbice RlVI hibits from St. Vincentl and BrigS. ''"T, wUI K ^ iT ? m '' tub n.... n ...ni i L ".-., farther distant* th.m the buoy.Salt From Prune %  DMlyteij carried out. '.ity of country produce area 999 feet 'have been al'lotleil as '"hie here does not v. which is sold at this market will to British West Indian colonies %  '• be distnbuted lo the tour other This allocation comprises 749 feet Two leading Marks will also market! in the Corporate Area which will be arranged by the be placed at the entrance West India Committee on behalf Berbice River to enable ships, of the islands, and 250 square feel particularly bauxite vessels, lo ln which Ihe Colonial Developleave and enter in sal, t ment Corporation will stage on highest tides which gen, exhibition on behal' of British eur in the early hours of the Ouiana. morning. The Trinidad and Tobago stand The Department alfo will measure 250 square feet plates the early establishment of Police Commissioner Calver Jamaica will have also the same a Radio Beacon at the I.Kl ...a announced yeaterday thai as soon UJMd Ihe Windward Islands se l at ihe entrance to IVi I SL S* 'rj v cn,me nl "PProval will have 137 square feet. A town or at the Ughthouse ashore. for the addition of twelve m-,re slightly smaller area of 112 square This wl|] enable ship .from Colonial Devel??i^?,-;^'. n *^ 1 U5f.i ,n Sf5"_? !" S!i. w, ,i.!?_ ^ k f._ ve r '. to --l Calver Wants 12 More Women taubadoa Advocate Carrwparxietu i KIN'.. Mr Own Cpona>n' 0NDON (By Mail) ..Ulind, one of the CrenGnup, is to receive £2.500 efwlopment M tinsail Here and of Ko£bour, Canouan island %  n will come as an inEL^^^.^'rw,*?' Po"Mwmen lo -tie Jamaica Confeet w.U be taken over by* Ih. mm from Colonial Devels ia b ulary is received, the selecWest Indian Sea Island %  *; „ "on will 1* made from canriiAssociation. nmt imports salt jnu datea already on the waiting list The British Guiana exhibit will b^nt.anda.ihehshhavl 5allsfled lh examiners r ealuro forcsl products, bauxite. ^T^t Wjis bemg expanded n ^ fflr hm h ^^^ SUR ar and rum eU n ^" rt of •JS^H %  local supply -f salt B the isUnd Q ne Coropral and Final exhibits for the ofhri JJ' n ? h t £" wlU **, S two constables, all of whom an stalls have not yet been arrant 'hat exiting in most Ant-clan| doing very good work. Cotton when the programme i plcted Brit! ontin-' seaboard will be lighted %  liwlopment of the Prune ndiHtry is intended to tenecKary salt It will from evaporating sea a Jrge shallow pans. idard Goes Up Trade Disputes Board Set Up Mr. Cube Costs £34,000 :i\r o-n-i-i-.i. r.-i HSCSTON (By Mall). I a the standard of the Local Examinations, i Barbados Advocate CormpondMtl. KINGSTON. Government has set up a Hoard i Inquire %  ni'' trade The Hen. 11. v Alexander, %  n !" Our own CtaiBBeBKtanl LONDON (B. I "Mr Cube'' may have MM btl somewhere arounu ., l: 34.000 up lo last Uctoliei * i'. BE Priv > r Councillor and UM liiiannal year enoca. lne lull fcblntrance KximiiuT So lrt,or lh Chairman. The report ..1 Tate 4. Ljle's account. r.nrnv^"h, h ler. lh m < !" 1 " l %  **•"* kxaauni uJ' Hi.her a nd wh is also a solicitor and £13J80 in 1848 to £47,21. „. 53S52 would be ell Mr Rudolf Burke, Pm As last year's expenditur tountries. In addition to Hgh*f"| board it is planned to leading marks at strategic points along the Esaequibo EUvtr wnleta wlTI ensure enattn gaiety for \-essels using the river ly oceangoing ships transporting timber overseas. New York Sends Flood Relief: >-ur,;.dc AdVoCJtW C%ii-T(iaM.dnl< i „ KTOWN (B| A CHEQUE for $10000 I 11 y) has been received by the League of Coai uraocatc would Uc CH•<. T • i. %  T J a i— --^IM IXNIKUC 01 v-oi' t'onalisation caiiipa.gu, it ,. n H .... "" H " r "' U "Oder Ihe Trade Disputes (Art %  %  ... assume, the.elo,.. N !" Yor h oTwhich rl' 1 M ., ,„„._,„_ „,„„ '"""I, and Enquiry Uw) and that the rise in costs is due to In. 2 !" L rk ,."' !" h "', %S Hua long-term plan. JlKTve lo make employ fc Civil Service pouibl %  eho the terms of reference are: "To ftCttviUM ol Mr. cut*. ioqidn into the present position The accounts reveal that th. ,,_ ln regard to representational total assets of the company hav TrT disputes between Trade Unions exu-nded by JC l.Mv.lwi ;j £o,and to make representations for 791.841. Current assets tou.1 £1^,:he provision of machinery for, 658.997 against liabilities of £o8.the settlement of such disputes.".; •*3b'.32. leaving net surplus flsets at f4.223,689. The trading profit of I i '<> 14.381,976. a decrease "171 compared with th pnvtom year. At 54s 6d the 15s. Milk Up One PeiLUFfl eTm*, In B.G. %  Drdlnuj units yield nearly 5 per has been looking into Uv Boot] on u IB per cent dividend ability of soils an balanced rations containing iminto Tate & L>le Investments an ported and other feeding Itufllilnlvflrtown Services has not been feripUon Ihe prices of which have risen it ^reflected in the balance sheei |Utnn of devaluation ofjtproftt and loss account. Tin uterTTng and other factors. ^.onstruction was carried through —C.N.S. Ration the date of the report. Kmyning Is Secretary. The cheque has been handed over ir I ihe Mayor's Central Flood Ke[ lief Fund. Soil Survey Ends: 'Dawtadoa Advoc*U COTTMapuurfi-ut %  GEOHGETOWN (By Mail). C. F. CHARTER. Chief I Soil Chemist of the Deport of Agriculture, Gold Coast, who Treasury Bilk IVlrtlaWlOAdVOCI.tr VtWTfV—' KINGSTI >'. Govenunont is inviting sub-1 Mther issue ol BlUi %  April 1 Hills Will bl sold to ththree months later :<\ [10Q I. Itfi*ml>'i|hti ihnr^hjlfthtnmi 1 %  kttp th* leither 10ft and tuppla. i it puti back out remember Pfagaticl l*hcnsic will quickly case and MKXhc the agony, hit pain-caused fatigue, remove ihe ganj lhensie neither harms the heart nor upsets the stomach. Be prepared for nddofl pain keep a supply ol Phensic handy. Alka-Seltzer MI1IS laiORAtOIIIS. INC ItMHAttl INO USA f$ ^i^ LUXURY PERFUME Phensi f %  FROM HEADtCKES. RHEUMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO %  NERVE PAINS. NEURALGIA. INFIUENIA. COLDS & CHILLS < LiSViOtS "EASTER EGGS'' in various sizes... %  within your reach always '' incc ot an rxpemive perfume 11 within easy r>u perfumes into tiny handbag phiali. Warm, voluptuous No. 5 ; Oreat Expectation! %  g'y-going mood; romantic bitter-sweet %  Darkling, open-air Goya I leither. Gift Siio lit.I Goya Handbag Phtal I 9 T33NtwaONOSTKfir -LONDON %  *. %  ...... a c in. r.o. >.. 171 >< "Soaping" dulls hair — 0 %  HAIO ffajfat/ Give the KiiUij.-s .1 nal Inal ihiI;\STI;K. IIMJ will Maj*y il . BJM have %  laifa s-lr< ti ,l ( n\l I < i MIM;KY. CHOLOI.ATHS in Kaiio l.ill II.. M. FAN! \ II1SI MI'S 111 Small ft Lam Tin-. I It lit.. Ttwae ilrins arc ul.-al li.r ili.n BASTED PICNIC M WEEKEND. _ Ohl.iin.,1.1.. al BOOKER'S lln.ail Slr.-ol and HMtiagl (ALPHA I'llAUM M \ ORllli STORES LTD. %  pin/ 1 nn hni Mi nm 9mm latnU or emn loanpaoa hUn In naiurji limrc with dulllnit Map nlm. %  rwihiawda1nw liair'a ntuunl hano, Mrtt '" nntinnpoo, HaJofarnaieaH il mernj IkVrffchti I. Inw lati.., '" Jk ,kl > Inani kiml of water— or. ' %  '"'" rWln* ihaf, liniruu., uw KaJo OirorDrvlij lnAm,,Ha,HaUmdMlUatUlH,r,h*mp e m> Iht .;/•,,*, mi uiih LIPSTICK Ml Mil s inspired by PABIS! Krow Partnk*M "nnV ol* tbr durkl
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, March 19, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER RESIGNS
Sunil.i;
Utarr
fa i;>
1950.
^un^au
^toworte
IX (I.1TH
Year ...
famine, Disease
Threaten China
Millions Face Death
BONG KONG, Mrch IS.
_HU;.\>- devclopins famine is iiffpcling millions ol
C people in eleven provinros sniilh of Ihe OnM W-il
Htrc- coniinu in In.-i 'ureign and Chhwae nan
j,3iv ihal disease is fast spri-nrling among Ihe pensanK
J^r^isl (. is lowered llirnuvh scurvulion.
A riln-1 mission now hrb
Make
Ministerial
:es


BOd MISKISC wei
>4 out ..I tK
The mivion predicted il,
luld deteriorate rap
nlliioiH w.mld .it. ||
not Immrdlal I ,
^fc*rtpmenutiv
Albert Lamarle. Knurl
- U Havana, succeed* i
t Edmund Peti Dc Beau-i
French Consul-General in
m. hss l^" '
R m Havana Fran
- Director of Technical;
Kjit- at the French For- |
Changes 5,
HAKIS Ma.rh 18. '' "
I rj,,. Preni...... '
- ',. . been appointee untold :i.
.-.........
ii [or l..i ** |: > Ml
.mmuiiosi ) I .......mined crops. dr
rune Inipertor-Gener.il waebed away stored to
.Sc'posu. has been ap- I and drowned liveitock.
SLch Minuter in Hug- Because Yangtse and Huai v
- or dykes were broken In man
places, large areas nraall
luring ihe autumn, tvhil
-ii ovend with a I
mud and sand.
Further Strikes Threatened
Oft*, succeed* htm in th
an Mi. Georges
EL*? f 'he French Embassy
Zkdw is appointed Front I
Tirana. Rayons D. P
has been appointed
D-Aflaires at the Frene
\\a Rangoon. St an Roy i
French Con- i
fadui.
Renter.
!-OI-SPAIN i. H 18.
asut) Adams, Harbados La-
Ittder who passed through
. Ins way
agggfWl to attend
utlt. old inn
airport thai if W.I political
I did not work hard now
it cause of fedei
jttaitoo io ft/t boat interwt
* Cant:--n He added: "I
Hi mj best to hasten (ho
jf. of federation throughout
Swr
explained &at although
did not agree with
I reeorr.mendation of the
IteBCtktIon Comi
Tve the right to
It* or against those lie
it wrong in principle when
an come* before the Lcgis-
Tfcr adoption. it uj mi-
lk f(r me to fo"
aenHj to agree with things
-I think tin dameuutll)
said.
.^..mUww however thai :
'
*M .it afti;
ill do his best to hi .
m of Federation.
(Bv ( ifeta))
lor* Hani Or
Be Traitors
S4VS ADAMS
Disaster followed in I
i' when m crushc,
-t roved ftlms\
omit by peasants fro
ever materials the Ooo
left nehind.
Other sources
ind economic rhs

! There was drought and pestilence
TheG
'I night that they are nw
Ufa of grain into the si
areas.
I for aid
"'art has so far
UeJaad, i.ut Chhv i

Anhwei Mission here
tl
Renter
Wn0 May Have
Hd One Heart
to"- aaaBMi
|f^|^PAIN
Mstop>v performed on th*
at twin.- this morning lea
P*ctJ men n, t believe
ibe :,.n,
Bthfrr.. Potts .....ib. (.ov-
PJpWhologisi who did th-
"ported conlinu
Mocti
If.?*1*-
l ttcovMiea which mlgh
t bllltved that the twins
V*** **d twin heart and
!" a single liver Th<
wp medical
C P*M >nt<
*wl test ,rtv (lb4et
7 Days In
Shark V^ aters
PEARL HARBOUR. .Mar. IB
uted States Nay recall
ship "Comstock" late last nigh,
picked up 28 All -
who had spent seven days on 1 ft
rafts In the shark infested water,
of the Pacific Ocean.
The men were off tl
tender "Elder"
which caught tire in niid-ocea.

i 10.
The (/f>msln.r,
'apart from had sunburn, the.
were none th) mM
eX|M i lence.
The leacued men said thai
three officers and elevei.
remained aboard the "Elder' t
light the lire
The. thenuelraa had been or-
[p beeauM
.11 feared that munition:
aboard would explode and blow
the tittle i
men who abotxd Oh
.' and unhurt."
Keater.
Bmptr
frnm cl
The ball. rKrwaver, atiuck tha laft upright and
(jerman Dock
Demolished
HA ii 18.
ind man>

Hi graving dock


blood ii:

nounced 11
i'd to pn

tratora. Ham
LmM that
might have lKen prcventc.
;uie from
i Konrad Adenauer tc
:ier Clen-
Brian Robartai
Ion Aden-
juer had Lfng woulc
'leceaaary
taraan >hip building m-

The dock known aa Elbe 17 is
.ied but is OPOI
the biggent Qarman shipping Arm
ReNter.
good forward movement
i
Labour V^ ill
Carry On
Says Isaacs
LONDON. March 18.
aaa, Minister o(
Mr Clement AttleeV

'o-night. "Wp are going to rarry
nmanl for a good
. .it rncctlni
London, Isaacs said: "Do not be-
icvt- ihe suggestions that there
I two 01
hire months time If :
Consenatives) want ug
hem get us out. The m
h" people put us in powgi igtd
n rhc Qovara
i ant is Komg to do the right thing
i v Britain, whether thaj an on
: not."

not nmnlng
; i v |ng on "Healer.
"Inde/iemh'nco"
Still Radioactive
WASHINGTON. March IB.
The former
IndViH IHlrmr Ull
after it was drenchel by watei
blast during the experiments ll
Bikini
Tin- Navy announced thai
i... Nasal Air missile test
Point Pucu, '
Heater
iB?
W En-Lai Accuses U.S.
Of Imperialistic Policy
laf^L^ LONDON. March 1H
^'?Je* Communist Foreign Minister Chou En-Lai, to-
g *>aM Mr. Dean Acheson's Sun Fran<
r^n policy in Asia, an attempt "to doj..
rjfjyJl hd the experience CJn,i ' '' |,ek,n*4 dcspatclt of the New Chtl
^Bc>- 'n London
Ku88ia Help
Red Chinese
HOMO KONti. Uarefa 18.
1
to-day ti Soviet
Chine*
Communists to man anti-aircraft
hai's four airport
attack. The statement!
could not ! ilnmitely
''... (brain sou
Mjinclhing similar had been re- i
: ."
I ">ut 2.000
I
Shanghai for alr-

airport haw
j*n.is man said
had not
haadli thern.
R#iil#r.
''riiiuii Mark
* Nose-Dive
E
I "J'"I the Kav. Oerma
, Jai that ,
L^^s Pending ,
R" Germ .
? tai^f ' dUpM'
siT.*red mieht soon

Ba' J^"",1 might soon lx
CiSE**!!* 'ormed eerls
1 gs*
"rnarki
3* buy west mark
for
_ rai
(>ntlu
ejvT^*. <" ne we.
JJ^aj s rate
in Deutschr
jSteform'-S
tWr1T1n *a" '"
Renter.
In a sutement. leplying to Hie
policy speech made by the Amei -
ican Secretarv of State on Marc".
itou En-Lai charged that
-ulippini-
and many strategic Paclrii
islands 50 years ago. obtalneo
,f Japan and South
Korea after world war II and
was "also attempting to control
lOtMata, Vietnam Thai-
land. Burma and India."
The whole world knows thai
the United States Oovi
In its attempt to annex China
has supported Chiang -
In waging large scale
denying the Chlnaa* people an>
freedom or any rights, any op-
portunity to live in independence

Poppet*
imilar methou
g, Oa rage II
Expelled Prelate
Leaves Prague
PRAGUE. Ur. 13
Monsignore Ottavio I
|
I u i Rota Baa
-s-kia, left I
.> for Rome.

isiry. which -aid he carried ..
. a activities on
[tn expelled within ihr.-e
It is believed that brfi
Bora. '

Do lava an
R with the VatV
i..in- DO I. v..
<||SC10M><
.ivlng that he had pre
'esied formally last an
C/echoalovak Oovi
press attacks against hi
.f'the western diploma
lie miaaions in Pragu<
. lie Lira off.
Reeter.
Federal Set-Up
Will Be Costly
Says City Druggist
FEW HarbadiaT.s have >ct rcai' the RepOII
nmittee on U* a ol th<
ublighed in book form Iggl en whci
in instalments in thl


'Hi unit
i rnoat o
the enthusiasts will bo
gone"
that few paoajoi orW
whom hi? ha: discussed i I
I
:ig up of the Federal
jstnicUn-
W.!. Ur Uiiea
In Parliaineiil
LondonIn a Ho.
Common* debate on CTVU

(March 7). |f| <",.-,, tTre>
Cooper (Lakiour) asked Mr.
John Dugdalc. run* Ministej
of Situ
if he would look n
ironsi-i n the
'lira.
We know", he said, "that
at all ndequ.it.
by air transport. We
cannot hope to get au>
toiooki
unless transport facilities are
ulequale to do the
: :ied.
I
' lagt 18
months by n

.ii the West IwUBB. It U
I that ii
I i both ways bt
the Weal :i,l thi-
I iJteair
Mr Cooper
want un. I, ma i-nnted out
thai le:*.'
sometime, took as much a
15. 18 and 20 days to reach
this country,
longer.
It is obvious", he ron-
m in tfus,
country is quoting for a con-
for some work In the
West Indies and finds thai
communications take so long
to reach the country^ they
may well lose The oppor-
tunity of Mibnut.ir .
the delay
.oarhson with II i
taken for letters to rea.
Lnited SUtes
igananl taking place in
the Caribbean area through
ilOBlal Doveloi
nilon, and it seems to
nie ihe Colonial Corp
iIpod by
the liudaquau
t xtended to that part of our
Colonial territory. B.U.P.
Idolatry
In Russia
BELGRADE, March is.

I'olilhuro listed to an
30,000 student* to-nigh*.
>f the Kremlin In
He told ..n election meetm,
. too much Idolatry "
Soviet leaa i aa wa<
aider thr old m i
no of Moscow, he saio
included ii

He said a pi I
masses,
ureaucrats had arteon m Moscov
peoplo
Thla, the
J im."ReuUr.
would entail
Vderal Judiciary and the nmnlng
of the Federal S<
a tremendous amount
The contributions of the Constitu-
ent Territories
some measifT of ittfllculty and the
choosing of the seat of thi /
capital would always he open to
much cii'i |
A Civil servant thought thai I
was not sufficiently known that
heFedei. vould noi
the exi.iling I.'
tones but would be entirely add!
tional.
He felt that some of thi
with their lopheavy methods for
government should have taken the
opportune. ie modni-
cation ol '
Mr. Victor i nas. an*
Vestry said that
while not committing l
he principle f federation as out-
lined in the report, from the Un-
to him that the idea of the Gov-
ernor ("eneral of the area selecting
senators from each of the colonie>
(or the Senate, might hung about
great deal of dissatisfaction.
ur page lb
Sports Window
NX fo.rth-11 inalchaa wIU hr
PMyad dun-ng ilw * art Kan-
innori Ovt>) and Quawn > Piarii.
T*i lUtura. *.
MONVAV, MASMM "
nverton .. lUnUon
I>iiu,-. I. a KrnaingkM, Ovl
Indochintu Ordered
To Shoot Down U.S. Planes
PARIS, Mar. II.
The Vietminh (Indo-Chinese!
Command in southern Indo-Chin*
ied its troops to Are or
ir.e territory, according to ai
Agence Prance Preaae report
from Saigon to-day
B
o a
K> b kagtM
CopjHIl
St i
i I -I. -lit. N II
iL.ii gg>i, ollafa, v v at r
Dlvlakm t. < u>umr* Put..
tnw Mr r Ertword
wtamraoar. ma.
Empli* va Noli*-Dam> "
1. at Qsieane Pkrk Kafcrrf. Mr
I BfO>
"Ml RaBAV, HAII H -i
l>i.a*.<'k-IU>vt> NparUn. in-
iiHoit I. Katwlnglot. Oval Hrton
atf "> ^ romtr.
UiMMman %i> l H>rt *,+ Mr
Paul With.i.
ajim i ii i
Noanao n r*m.. I>i.
al ^iaro Pmr* Palrm
a
'All aii*l MMU H |
111 kwlCfe.Rmrt. >. laaatrr. 0>-
MalMi 1. al Keiauiwum (nai
laraa. Mr 1. Th^
Mr
Kf*afcUaU>rt i >.
. ThMIUM. L*l
ter. L
Is The Senator Indiscreet?
Doctors For
\lom Victims
NEW YORK. Mar. 18
rk Health ofnciaU havi
launched a plan to pi
State* 30.000 doctors to
t.ie atomic d sailor.
its a*f ia-
i

stated

the heat
aateo a-
Renter.
NEW YORK. March 18.
Legislauon to depon Charlie
cnaplain and others is plannw.
In the United States rmigraat i;
Senator Wlitiaiii Laatger,
JJakoU Republican, the "Ne*
York Dally News- reported to-
day.
The News" said Senator Lan-
ger hoped to Introduce the legW-
jauon as an amendment to a Bill
by Smator Kdwln Johnson (Col-
orado. Democrat), to require fed-
eral beaming of films, actors and
predDoon
Jolinaon's BID. the New-'
said, was directed sneciflcalh mi
actressts Ingrid Bergman ai d [
Rita Hay worth, for their interro.-
'ional rotnancac which he saiJ.
flouted civilisation's moral code. !
TTe New York "Dail
to-day quoted Senator Langer a*j
i rhecked with the Im-
migration Department to see i'l
Chaplain and other for-
hi like who have lived here for
.10 to 40 years but refuse to tak<
out United Statea
could also be barred from th'
ountry.
"Finding that they cannot un
der our present laws, I decide,
to take legal steps to get rid i
hem."
In Washington, Senator Bh> l
dan Downey, (Democrat Call-
fornia) said that film people pro-
vide "far more examples of good
conduct than bod."
He deacribed the proposal b
Senator Johnson as "one of th-
most extreme proposals I hav
ever encountered"
Downey said he did not con
.one the actions of
of the ..uiualry wht
have violated our arcO)
of be.iaviour" But, he added, for
.
there are thousands who "livt
l> and wholesomely''
Reul'i
BRUSSELS, March 18.
^FTER A TWO HOUR MEETING of the
Belgian Catholic Liberal Cabinet this morning,
Premier Eyskens left for the Royal Palace to hanci
in Iiis Government's resignation to Rogsnt Prir.co
Charles
An official communique issued after the Cabinet
meeting said: "The Government failing to reach an
agreement on summoning a joint session of both
Houses of Parliament to vote the repeal of the
Regency Law and this point not being included in
Government programme, the Prime Minister has
decided to hand in the resignation of his Govern
ment to the Prince Regent
Socialists
Meet In U.K.
HASTINGS, March 18
Social Democratic leaders fret)
all over Europe met here u for a two day session I
tempt to solve Important ppUe*
differences amon
inunist Left I
problems conlionling
rices about th- future of the
Saar parti, nl.u hj
md French Pai
he failure ol the I
Democrats When the delegates assemble
todsy under the Chairmanship o
thr British Labour Paru Been
Try, Morgan Itiillips.
with routine business Tl

I Inch \> i1'
>robablv take up m.--t
remainder of thi
Renter.
Wheson Plans
New Move
WASHINGTON Mar. 18.
Mr Do
S.aies Secrei.it > ol St.it
ported to-day to be planning .
>t week to enlist con-
gressional support for new


l
|
. ..st Aslai
ountrtoi iio
programme
h lltfall Ibt
Communism.
Mi Ai beeon has glw
ihitstraUoi
i planning uty rnlUtai
.
i o\
The sdminlstratlon already ha
iMI.OOO.OOO which COtlli
'i launching a Far Fa*'
< rograr
as left over frm
last vea
utress.
A BUI
Relation
"ommittec to axt
oar .Het Juno 80
'oan's rifht to snenri Us*
The Bill 'lr",

rnabty could lot lu Is
\-,., Reaier
Japs May Go To
Argentina
Plans for sending Jageanai
migranU to Argentina now ool
await Aic. menl ap
proval, the Kyi-do Nam
leported here today
.nationals in Argentina hi

otltciala will il> to Japs
migrants as SON
approval has be*
tor the in
ilan have aLreadj
md land for atV
.armers will shoi
Keul-r
Scrap The wall*
Ele|)hant
r.irtnnlna. Afl.n.li- CraTnpnndntl
KINGSTON. Jamaica
i
D it la the fate of the < i
vhlch is comptei<-U
sad hag lor soms rears past been
osting the taXDO
^is Werks scrapped iU a white
t-ut the <
OourtCll want" to keei
. t'n -cores and

which PN.P. derives it
KING GEORGE ILL
lM !
King Ucorge VI is COB
his room at PAwklnghan
with a slight dull Sir
the Royal pgej I-
ni> Kruter
from the
rneeting. Alien I

N iw one must
that the responsible
pledged to form n
ment will tmd a formula, which
1 hope with all my heart. \
cd that the resigna-
the government did not
. tween
operated in
the outgoing coalition '
This i* a soluUon of reciprocal
in the
i
I'.irU DifTerence-
The outsnlng

n and elghi Uberala. it
was formed on Augu I I
.fter 43 .lays

I King
",'s return re! .
I V.ii.'.oll
A general Jim*
tie Catholics an
majority in the Senate- I
Housebut tha
of DapofeV
i alholics :h;m

Old "Royal queetton," personally
nally
Yesterda> wave f 24
"Stop Leopold warning
t>roke OUt throughout the Walloon
(Speaking) ptovince-. in
l'..|giuiu Ms
< against any attempt to bring King
I oack lo the throne.
To-day there was a genei
urn lo work, although some work-
VI who did not take part in
!
kSM to-dav.
n m -ttui.
in (iheni. partial
uts sasorui woriean In j
numbei "f textile i
inacal oorastruotton plants,
and oockers.
In Antwerp, pamphlets
norning tiy
in Transport Workers
^ to down tools for
n Mon.lav
trike is also spreading to
...
it are stagini:
.londsy.
The strikes were urn
'acitly supported BO
. Fed
of LabourItelgnun''-
largasl U
aril
g, (In page II.
Trvgvt- Ue \|i|Miint-
An Arl Bounl
IAKF- SUCCESS, Mar. 18
United Nations Secret*i> (i. i
ral Trygve Lie has appointe
an Art Board of foui
lo pass Judgment on the paini<
utniture, interne rleiorating at
mtertar landscaping of the w
.oiled Nations headqol
They are Mr. Waliai i
I "iie,t, M. Ja> i
of France, Senor Miguel Covai
rubles, of Mexico, and Mi II.
rd Robertson, Britain
Reatrr
CRUDE OIL PRICE
WILL DROP
MKXICO CITY. March IS,
Th* Mexican Govern me,, t be-
neves the world price of nan-
will continue to drop U
Senator Antonio Bermu
ral of "Petroleos Mexl-
eanoa*' the Government
"poly, said in a, speech here
Production ia still exceeding de-
mand, he said adding In
hoped to produce 300.o
daily by the end of 1 SO I
GALES DELAY
ITAUAN LINER
NEW YOHK, March 1H.
c;ales lashing the Altai
to-day delayed incoming ships
from Europe
In general, skips on 'he Mlantic
were delayed from 24 to
Among the del..
Italian III
from Naples or iU first
aeear.
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PACT. TWO
DAY \DVOr.\TE
ROYAL NORTHINGS
LAST Slum TODAY \T
Kepuhlie Ituiil.l.
WILLIAM MARSHALL VERA HAL:
tiki H M.I."
I : : Wild BUI Rlllol
Hill.' is v. i. ,
with : l.li ' n
ACTION THRU I.s'
EMPIRE
NO BHOH '')
Monday and Wednesday, 9.15 p.m.
H'
LORD BALDWIN, lioveino. of
he Leeward Island.-.
ellency the G
and Mrs Savage.
Lambert. Priv;
attended a Scout Rai ;i -oav of
vesterday fter- eighteen days lhrc
During the evening, they An'igua on the Slal April
i Stinmore > odgc
there, thev lt,t VI :
I. i .,-,. i ,, dii am -t the
honour o'
Qahib Qaiiinq
3**MABC
Fo' C D ,
ARRIVING *,'.*".
Mr ... M'IWmS^L
For About Two Month,
-l*lt. WINSTON WARD Man-
Ifora nasar-
.VI A and
,il>oul two
NO SIN WHEN
I WAS ,1
*
6ENE TIERNEY
RICHARD CONTE
JOSE FERRER
CHARLES BICKFORD
ME
or-did she? v
fcjtajkwt'
iff
. .onour
of the
U. S. Navy
.2o~~
ROXY
NO SHOW TODAY
I.um Show Mo iday, 7.30
KepuU.. Di.ulil'.
EDGAR BARRIER rEPHANIE BAI rlEI-OR
: in : si RJ Is OF EH OTLAND VMtl)
and : CIIKVIAM: Wll IK 11
: with :
Wild Bill Klliolt as Rod Ryder and Bnhhv Wake
as l.iltle Buvat
CLUB
MORGAN
will be open
TO-NIGHT
OLYMPIC
NO SHOW hums
MdNDAi n WEDNESDAY .00 P.M
JOHN WAYNEaafl
ReuC) Tfimfiu.
MotC/Ronuuatie f9"?^
tkmavoab *w
THE C!GHTING
KEN"- UGKIM
the Club Morgan
Orchestra and
Peter Lacy
at the Piano
for continuous
Entertainment.
M:i
i.V_ .. -in \:; r ro-
La
"! from

i her
Visiiirg Her Son
MRS PA1
time in Ven.
Friday afterm* n (rom Vei
via Trinidad to YteM
la at U>
i
Intransit
. .
arrived Iron. Bermu
ttrOaW morning by T I
ible to go into Bridi
:., It kii John
Hammond out at t-oi
i urn to Seawell in time to catch
it w 1 A's mornini H
ligua, when- he will DO
with Mr. and Mrs. Ogden P Starr
in St. Johns.
... ny visitor* from loronto
MANY p-ople from Toronto are
IHg Barbados. Several
.'irnved yesterday by T.C A. and
that returned were Mr. and
Mrs II W. Larkln. and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Wilson who were all
laying at the Windsor, and inci-
dmtally have already made re-
servations there for ne\-
Also returning yesterday were
Mr and Mrs. Alex Paterson who
live in Montreal and were at the
Marine Hotel for three weeks
Best In the Island
On
ldo to takTuLr*iijJ
Antiguan Exhibition W**^1 J^B
N Thin eara, i*rr"?UrT^|
tho Bt "'nor to
. An-
tigua of handwork by j,lrU of the
which Mrs. Doro-
thv Smith wife of Rev. C\ T. ...
Smith Is President. Thihelub was ?* f'** in Ntnh\J?H
"id a half Egypl and ^hWlnf' ^ijj
years ago for the l>enent o( de-
UnoMWtfs but other girls who had
nothing to do in '.he evening found
their way to the club
some sort of fancy work
two hundred girls have passed
through the club and ihe excellent '"""ned yesterday*^
display lhi-s year iras contributed "Golflto".
by over a hundred girls. Th<
club's secretary is Miss Helen
on and other helpers are
Miss Henry, Miss Farnra. Miss
Heath* and the ausass V and U
Carmh hael
The exhibition was visited by
tldwj
A.D.C
Dislikes Flying
r\n L. r. ~
tor the t-*HwTft^
After Se,n M^
i to learn A FTER spenrtlnn ^J
irk. Over i*hlld4vin^fj*!*n
ve passed Parrts ot Blsok bSBJBBI
Firit Vi,i,
England.
dwin accompanied by his nn;.,'- .rhey arnW^a
........"- SJ^-Sr
WYNTER who has Ocean View Hotel ***** I
holidaying m the Mr. Abranami i< r-
U.S.A., Canada, and Jamaica Abrahams and Co Im "**
dttrlni ihe past !ivc Vonths has Hirers of silver wire "^
ret'irned to Antigua but will not
lip his 'I'jties until next
month. Dr. Barnes well known
I of Hamilton, Ontario,
accompanied Dr. Wyntcr and is
. icn.i for the first time.
father. Mrs. Wynter dislikes fly-
ing and is expected by boot
shortly
Vicr of St. Aft,,,
REV. L. v. GEORGE,4M
jyCurateo(st.HkA!';
drnl. returned [rMTR?0*
terday mornrn, ^*?<
after rMldinju, ?
U tXCKUMMCt THE GOVERNOR .is ho arrived sj the Kmiilro
rheslre un Friday niiht to see the Musl.-jl Rrvue "llixh Tjid-".
He is seen brim escorted in by Mr. 0. B. Dowdlnr. Publicity
Manager I >r the shfiu.
Guest OE Honour
jyjISS KVELYN CHALI.ENO
months as Atrtsuo, r?ij
He has now aSuItS
uipointmenl oC.r"
\lbans.
FTER two weeks holiday
Ml
Manslield Hornei
who live
.. pilot -.uin
in Hartford, Connecticut, ret ftThm he is fly-
home via CU -Ite inland routes of
T.C. A. He U President of United T.C A
Aircraft In RarttOrtl Mrs. Horner
thinks that the Crane Beach
in the Island
one of the 20 (iris selected
to go to the U.K. as Auxiliary
workers m Ihe hospitals, was
ftuesl of honour at a party by
members and friends of the SI
V. one Than Pulling Teeth '-uc-v Church Girls Club on Th..rs-
aujaa ih ~,ni.- dy al the Church House.
day after an enjoyable two weeks as he enteici the TtrmllWl BuUd. c S) ', P, "I,' i^,,',' V,U,": "
a: the Hotel Royal Ml Usher is in at Seawell vesittrlav mornlna .i-.. c mnm " ''""any for course
.lies the Inland Routes
MR. .ind Mrs. John Fisher re-i 'OT->HIS
turned by T C.A. ycsler- 1
.....
fp L CASABLANCA
A mon & tuta l s 1 p m ClMCM 11 >VEB. laMiiYn BAOALL.
Z Confidential Agedl
A a . aai Bri- rMuia
/ OUl 1404 I0 ttSCHiMU /
What is worse than U
Carlb asked him.
'Well. Lm Bald, We arc :<-
turning to New York, and we feel
going away, rather than returning
Mr. Gage, who wai acoompanlad
wife ind Hi"." uai ol<
ihi- U K
MBrbdiii RttorB
R- A. M. W1LKIE ,._
student a H^'cS
"om England H.I,".
""^Joined th, S?"_
Imtion in im, Xz
ir iMii.A.-.,.,.,"
tnivrnitv.
<-ollil. Horn a^aargj"
8 lob!
rae i
Oxford University.
in 1
demobilisation'in' iSl"
Happy Memories
MAJ. and Mrs. A. Melnotte
Mill, who have been holi-
daying
returned to Antixu.i
Ml(
tOt" ATM' I'l.l'K l'l!\'EHA\ iM.mb.-s Onlv'
KIM'tn MMlAVi II BOAT .mil W1DNESDA1T at S.30
. i-.liv ANN i : YTII -I1AKIIY FITZGERALD
HUME t'KONYN
in I'liiiiiioiint's
"TOP O' THE MORNING.
Flying Fish and
happy iiH'nii.i ondarfuj
Enroute to Grenada
|it HARVEY smith, i re-
Engineer, is enroute to tl:
for dla
ment of thai
i :.".,; In-
ternal communications.
rived

Hotel

To Be Married Shortly
A-
ing on u> b i- r.c.A.
Barbados Holiday
das Plant,
i who is intransit to An-
tigua where She will SOOTtb 01 Y/f11 H- H- GARDINER. |
come the bride of Mr rVville i"a dent of Mnsco Bach
Ltd., in Toronto, with his daugh-
Canadian K.C Here
Mit ntv dy, k.c
ni three weeks at the Colon)
I Club. St. James; in Canada he is
I Com-
Paradise Beach Club.
Young Hugh bad problem
He asked his motb
be could bor < e so that
hi could telephone his "girl
Mend," and tell
he left befoi'-
ll their third visit to Bar-
bados and tiny | c cominj;
I
Denmark's Washington
Ambassador
HENRY KAUFFMANN, Den-
mark's Wnshinglon Amoas-
in Barbados for one week
. .it Heron Beach," Ihe
Ronald Tree's home In St. James,
day inorni.
: i Mi. W Pa
son David arrived yesterday by
- -nd MRS. BLACKMAN
Married Yesterday
T^hl hundred and fifty guest
who were at the reception
M'
T.C A. Ibr i Eterbadot hoilda) ' Medmenham" Pine Hill, saw
and they will be -laying at the Miss Elizabeth Joy Shearn elder
Marine Hotel daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'H f
n/_. . o .. Shearn of "Letchwofth," Garri-
son, married to Lt. Michael John
HS. GEOROE H. WKL1J, wai Blackman, R.N elder s.n of Mr.
,. in-.in- ;""' "** Blackman of London,
hoar- Bn*anw, shortly after 4.80 o'<
ived from Toronto via T.C.A Sjsssrda> afternoon at st. Mat-
iccomp..:. uu Church,
ram T .i: .i. i,. The Church wai deoorah
to spend wnl,e and the ceremony, which
Marine Hotel w,,s fllU> Choral, was [>erformcd
and thy Rev.
testle. i ie to spend
hree weeks at th "'
Engaged
T^HK engagement ^^
nounced last night between Ebr222Td !S?
Sa V%6 ^uiv-rn <*ihc ^ UlSvjb'SlJ'Sli
lw, j v, c larhe fonaerlv bead-
naster of Si Leonard's Bovs
ichool
To Study Miiwtn
Mil C. JOHhS of Henfoteafi
F.ngland arrived het jel
duj morning on the "GeW
study MinistSy and will enWd
nnglon College.
Spent Three Wetn
MR. O. Sm-eraU, Civil Sffi
.ittached to the Liafei
Surveys Department of TW
returned home yestenttj rts
b> B.W.I.A. after spent*!
loUday, He wu as
panied by Mr. Frank Baaffi
The Bridc'i. dre* tudent of QueaiiJ
tlni fOWn, exqulsitelv
arls on
Iraped bustle from which flowed
.. i long ,. Her Rowing
l \ ke of nk 2? ',f, Bius^ls lac.e wu* hcld
range bl
bouquet of
College. They were bott
at Leatoii-on-Sea, TheStna
Returns from Loaf L*
RETURNING from kej
in England was Mr. Ci
Lawson who arrived yatassr
Ihe GolliW HCcompanied bj I
..rtson resune) at:
the carried
I rllldS.
Trie Bridesmaids Were Miss
Jean Bovell, Miss Suzanne Shearn >tnntive position of off
Wendy Innii ible and Wireless IW.I.JP
wore fouj as of geor- Barbados.
n.n, blue, vellow and Intraniit
s vjiss je!u
G. A. Ramsav,
agricultural Instructor. St. Petoi
From San Tome
Mi< and Mrs. Jack h Poster

.. .
lm steal the T'.' "colou'ra, and ^wreathT of 1V1 daughter of the iwD^
...uiDcancaiKlMriDNSl|
a grar^-oaugrsl
n San Toi D and he made and decor.ited in the four Pei Patterson, was ioW*
IS1* drte the -Golnto" yejiirdy "T"
wl.L .. SwK!2 ,J,"UK!""- Tin. i: Mr. Mickey 'rom England where sheatf|
JZt**!$ MaTyA 5*ubth. Chi :n holiday.
SSLSVS ?ll- I '' aneth Nicholli Mi Cliltoi I * ,-. nowonher
M, Pat Roach.and Mr. David Si Vincent wheresbe
Madlev.
' ptlon the happy
couple left !<' -pond their hone>-
moon at the Crane Houa
Coloured Flowers
MRS. MORAY ANDERSON,
wife uf a retired Broker of
spending a holiday
at Cacrabank. the
i : holiday she will
nela.
For the Week-end
V*il A K. nokcross. Man-
M
...
ried on Tuesday st *L,93
f.ithedral lo Mr. Oersldraj
un Knalishman relWiat
inlony. .
Miss Deane is a saw ]
Cyril Barnard.
HAVE
ii mi: BOOMS B
STK.UV HliOOMs
\ Mtl) IIKUUMS
BANNUTI i; BBI'siiks R
M BUB BB1 --Ills
BOTHJ ma miks
CABP1 r ma BHI1 O
TOII.K.T BaWBHEB and HOI.DKKS
O
SELECT EARLY FROM N
iER STORE S
agcr of West Indh
Corporation with bead-
m Montreal a
ilos about two and half Toronto, i
months ago on the I-idy Nelson. Barbados,
eft ^ on Friday afternoon by l Una down on l Freight ship, an .
1 w x though thev had a terribly where she will be rtdeaj
With Mr W He will lough time, she still thinks it was her brother Mr. A E M""*11
be returning to spend another worth it, because, "Barbado* Is s- master-general of that a
month here before he leaves for beautiful.'' she says; she can't gei While In Bartadok i*Mj
' *"?* odney. He ,)SC(i Io lhp wonderful colours oi with Mr. and Mrs G. F J
ANOTHER intransit I
on the 'GolfiW" t^a'M
yesterday wai Mrs. DM earn
a widow who went on *
il ihe Marine Hotel.
the flowers.
their residence In
Che fleatf
THE BARBADOS
CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY Ltd.
Mm
it Hook.
SMART
SHIR^
from AMBC*:
The SAGAMORE *
in Plain ****
The
RHODE' SI*
nWhiloOtaJ
m
EVANS & WH1IFIELDS
The English AERTEX SPORTS
in White Oast]
The BUSHMAN
iii Khaki
Shirt


77
BCH 19. 1930
SUNDAY IDVOCATE
tact. nmrr.
At the Cinema :
BinM In Ireland
By G. B.
IRELAND, lna of tin
People", land
laughter, of ^upcrsuiion
predictions, of ,i . r.n the help
misty marshes, and hon* jtch the murderer, who turru
famous Blarney Stone lo ,,li out to be also the Bill
this, add Ding Crosby Al
Barry Fitxgerald and Hta Sergeant M
Cronyn and you have the recipe ;ind there is a happy ending foi
for "Top Of The Morning" pn
anted by the Aquat c Clu
KuiM Row
Nyren (right)
Lfd Infantry
1 j the "Tacank".
Dl
I Honour of U.S. Visitors On Six Months' Leave
> '^' Ck.-I. l:...ii
S VISI
.Z wti...
EL c ';:
E
E en

Mkt
Tenlh Annivergary
Laj
iM
*

Ivikl three
1
I
Jl^ISS Sheila Mitteli:
iTl Servant of the
nt, Dritsh Gi
I on Wednesday by
From Trimdnd for six
weeks' holiday. She was accom-
panied by her sister. Miss Claire
Of the Lands and Mines
1 nt. She will be here for
liar period.
|< bath on six months'
.ec-ve and have spent sometime
in Trinidad where they attended
'uval.
First Time
ARRIVING here recently from
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. for
kg* holiday was Mrs. Ger-
near, owner of The l/t-
tlc Barn Restaurant. She says it';
visit and she is enjoying
her holiday. She is staying at
Waters, Worthing.
Cinema this week
( Barry have long been use
, as a song and fun team.
Top Of The Morning" thx
on is a happy otM
i songs and laughs foi
The story ti light
I ing and concerns the Uu i. .
Blarney Stone thus fulfill
uid prophecy that the al
one day be sloien and
luiLseqULiices Would result. Joe
-Mulqueen tBing Crosby), an
American insurance Inveeugator
is sent to Ireland by his
which the stone is insured
for half a million dollars, Hi.-.
tunely arrival, combined with thi
is full III*
Btng Cfotl
.i..;n folk songs that aP
ing, iiuluding "As Beautiful
mful. ami
of rourse. the old favOUltt
a it ill rhn
I I ii .
arnica -
Your* Ii

Think', another old [rial

uses of this last song, which I
>ung w.lh Ann Blyth, and .!>
i .-i. daugbUul dual
Ann Blyth lab a Lovi
th a puii ,.i .....n ;
fact that he poses as an artist- l* IO be houad tnat we will hav
uid not a very good one I nejring he
suspicion on him, and
spending a short time in the civ i
jail, he runs into partis) i
ties with the local police Ser-
geant Bnany McNaughton (Barrv
Fitzgerald) when he develops
more than a passing inteiest \i
Conn (Ann Blyth) the sergeant's
daughter. Sinister events com-
mence to happen, as predicted
bv the local wise woman Biddv
O'Devlin (Eileen Crowe), includ-
Congrats
fibres With Churchill
N CLI.
bdi> in
CTiiu-
jgaaeur. .
|S| 1UI-
|Kh i
Last-
Laa**"'
| ggt L
-
g*lrtf-m Y-
CATULATIONS to Mr.
Harold DaC. Straker, who
Udata for the
n which was
i Dr. W H
\ F.R.C.O.. C.V.O.,
for the Royal Schools of Music.
Mr. Stiaker is an Assistant
: i-nce Boys'
i St Philip's
hurch.
After Fifteen Years
MR. WALTER DAVID HALL,
the Flying Salesman of
: -ri > Qraaa Ltd. Lon-
is of soap bai
in Barbados to arrange with
Messrs, Bradshaw and Co., the
newly appointed agent for the

: i .i .
i Mr. Hall
to be here and expresses
to bl back in the West
item . r>f Bflaan
lamaican born but has
m the U.K. for the
i He is a guest
at the Hotel Royal.
M
Back From Course
In England
R- D. W. SAYERS, M.B.E..
i -
tasge, add she
>nn with ,(
of Irish charm. 1 should th nk
though, that she COUld an niir
serious roles just Bi
probably better Bing
Mnging and acting are as always,
appealing and natural, ail
enjoyed i
son. Barry

best known and most pantulai
character conu^ii
in a role that is mad<
for him, Bnd rjume Cronyn, ai
his assistant, plays well a part
that is entirely different from
BiniT.isn'i' "."TT? **" toy i have evej
uort and I, I[f^'V Bn,d TrHI1S- throuj 111 I thOUfh!
QcSarnVw.. *, T 2 ChaJg? thai G puWW
^GolS"o- y mrn,ng on ,h'
Mr. Sayan left here six month-
ago <
which was sponsored under the
auspices of the British Council.
This scholarship was for the pur-
pose of studying engineering at the
Birmingham Transport Corpora-
tion, but he was later transferred
lo the Public Works Dsa
LiirimiiKium. an organisation more
suited to his requ.icmcn^
While in England, he visited
works of manufacturers from
whom equipment in Barbados was
purchased and collected valuable
information In connection with
Technical Education for the Bar-
bados Evening Institute.
He also attended many football
games and made special mention
of the courtesy extended to him
by Sir Stanley Rous, Secretary of
the Football Association in Eng-
land.
I 252L**?'ii! U dUtSf waS right in his
tpnipo.
To complett the pro
\ , .ii.il Hiiliv..
For llmsr llisrtl
To l,rl ll< ins

i...
KEITH ARCHER

:
ASTHMAS
Here's an easy, effective way to
EASE THE STRAIN!
Relief starts in 30 seconds
tuscaa oime unexpectedly forcuall ibem by
taking one mill i-phazonc tablet! Rebel iiani in
dm M macBi KptuuuDc't
.ilm; tticoit arc reieSKd to diiv>lvc gcnn-I*Jcn
U broukhtnl lubet. tphtuoac clean
I fOBjl diao Bjuon cougluas trim,
becooMl caiKr.
Siaii the treatment today There ii nothing lu inhale,
nothing to injeci. Fo* the rapid relief of
Atthma, llrooduila and Bcuiwiual <^urrh,
.ii un turns ttcd
flliTTO
UU L) III rafblarsi CMWltl. II iif liac^ly, wnll ti. S. BIVBU A (Oil LTI.,
_____________________P.I. MX m. UIHCTtWL ________________
"" 4 i.I III
<. Hrnht ! his,*
t^ Cipnii Jimn.
(iarilminji Hints
For Amateurs
I'LANMMi illl.U)
i with the
maxtmuai amount of I
ol plinnlni

Ad hed.''
Ofl for th"
n< xl lot if ;i good ih-wering ro-
-i pt up
: uncul.HIS to be
'.hmkitiK. Id March oi DaeeceJNS^i
i
do .( you want your Do
settla to be i was) el ChflatBiai
niiiL March Is the 'uonth it
!
La August). Cut it l>ack to
three feet of tho ground,
I and manure and wal
grow, and it's quite S good plan to
....
double v.i

the] i .in be n>iight Into Use
aka lovely
i.nd aeasonnhle ilfioiation
Some |
ilowen



\wll BSsd
Keep well u iiik lha

waj the Is will ih'

the wittw :
i
I
,.,(> tvoi
.v. in clump*, or
iuick grower. I:
.''.an by seed, cutting or
Hoa The colours vary
I'rom all the shades of pink to
and purest white
plm up the hrightness i>(
youi garden a certain number of
;ire a great help In
bndging the gap between 'h.
atutuala ^"here nre the various
bich can be rut back to
d bear again at almost
XlWSa '-n be had In
varying; shades of mauve, in Km
..nd pure white There are the
little bright single Balsams, ac
.(tractive on Roeker>-s and ir
And there are of courst
shrubs, trees und
elp Make note of
kn| time ol the varioui
"hints and stock vour garden so
i ays at least one
Powering taaa, eln*
alant, to beautify it
h we have all the an-
hese should be in iul
Sowet now. fhe Bougainvillea.
\rl> Helen Mac-
i tsig4 Tag Tin"
Wbita I'oralitas inot Ui
double pink or Xmas white) an
and the Frangipan
i-ii munches ol
. ing iiloocnt ai:
M time, what COUld Ih
loviler"*
CROSSWORD
( RYPTOQI OTI H< i
\ \ \ n i iv \ \ \ It
l> LONOFELLO H
Oiu letter Si
for the three l/a, X for
trophies the length i words are all
Ea*h day the code letters are differ)
\ t ryattajiaai Qaalattoa
SY JAY TPC JQQ JTTPXYll KT CEY
M J H Y S J X M Y T Y It J
( rrptoejtsete
THEY CAN BECAUSE I1IEV BEUEVI THE^ CAN \ I
aaraai
I .,w.f oi Una kiuu i

ft. A augur .-lu-k ueiliapa. ii
7. A MUi bleuiuti ... ii
H. bill llil* it iiiilleml*nrd. Iti
m Aooustoan.
Ii. To Ted It *inui. <*i
11. Beguile, iff)
15. If you do you will laugh to scorn.
10. Itellfv: .-
JO. Mythology pb
earin and Had**, ifli
|^S'liT'i"n '*'
'j*. nothing you want. <<>
:-cetlou- may h# tmmiiig.
a. ii*;* rou im
i j?H?'(^t
-
4. All thafagreen 4i
j- Crude a* it may iuu .
_ ba leuiadlea. ui
o. The conaat plarti's trap. >ai
7. Ha tbalsaai that can be dune
R. !i;D evm for a fairy. Mi
a. ^ou may hang ou It In ilia lou*
> (4)
iM, tas't it? )li
Idw. I <)
,A" 'ST* Utl 1,>und "^ *hout nine.
IT, !'- ti herrttHi ripraaalon. Hi
..*4iaB an
Ms heu oa4>od NoM. (4i
). iir-ina ihst tun* hack. ii
Si. eitory without an alUtnaiifg. (8
aanuan o( .iteeg- mttt '
1 aa^eli: v Nil, s. T.

.--. Toev 4. Code, 1
aat
"VITACUP"
WEIGAK
or
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FOR HEALTH
70^ PER 1/2 LB. TIN.
NABISCO :
they're the same, original,
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gettingWELGARSHRHDni I)
;iadc near London, Hngland, in
JUSCOSURfiDDEDWii]
ajin Fgass, U.SA
\X*clgar and Nabisco are
the same original, whole-
wheat breakfast cereal, appetizing, nournn-
ing;, and full of gnodnegg and energy.
Welggr Shu. anikn a wonderful
brcat milk and sugar, but for a
chang*.......mII find it jiui as delicious with
tiuu, or as a sgvou/y.
"S places Tesl the Porfoction
of your Make-up
Evan in rlose-ups, Dorothy Gray exquisite- rouge gQi
powder hlend ini('i.''j)lil)lv into lour iksD, Tw will
particularU- appreciate this I around Jfoui eyes.
On your miilril., l)>n.!h\ GtB) nnn akrt. bm Iing> >inooth
agkd featlieryfur hoi in \\m Dorocfa) Gray Ungtiokl .
craaauy, laiting, t.iuIiU^* In bj | i imiuir Buy thasa ioportaUM
Dorotit) i i nhanas yeau loahi lod
Dorotliv I ir.iv Upstiok In vm Flattei ig - I It i . smooth,
ilkily luattous.
Uofothy Ciray Kouge in < ream lorm, in Iweivgj inadea to match
lijwtick colmr natural leeetlng and Raatarhig,
lKirotln t i.is Portrail ftnvdei in lei '.each
perfectly bit-mlitl m mkiuIi and natter jroui nailtral kin tonei.
[
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TAGF. FOUR
SUNDAY ADVO
SOWPAT.M^^
1950 Football Season Opens
T*HE 19S0 Football seanon opened at Kensington yesterday afternoon
before a large crowd estimated nt f the game in which Empire defeated Carllon by the odd goal in three
Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage witnessed the game
from the sidelines. The football was extremely Interesting at times
but the finishing efforts of the front-' me men of both teams left much
to be d< i
It was the first game of the season rind although there were many
:nid(.rl(i pla) *' the forwards on both sides
kicked wide of the goal even when favourably positioned in their
opponents' penalty area.
M'KPRIKED
I was surprised at first when Empire began to dictate the pace of
the fame, bearing in mind that Carlton, last season, were runner--
up lr. I 'Hi and defeated Spartan, the champions, on both
occasions on which they met last.
But aft ttacfc being
maintained by the "Blue*" JtbOttgfa thej atera kicking against the
the first half.
The Empire halves worked well air If the combina-
tion of Wilson. Symmonds and Charles Alleyne will constitute a
formidable defence in the middle this season.
Robinson led his line with some of his old cleverness recaptured
but I was particularly impressed with McColHn formerly, tfl Everton
forward but now turning out at right wing for Empire
LAI Kill i>.\sii
CARLTON tfjcui larked their wonted 'l..vli Co*JeT was much too
slow at centre forward and never seemed to have got accustomed
to the pace of the pitch. On several occasions he was favourably posi-
tioned but hesitated long enough to be robbed by the Empi
M| "> the defence and kicked
the ball into touch far too often Warren must rurb his inclination
toward-, rnhwsl plaj ' full-bark or he will < Ml hi- team many pen-
''
Id Hutchinson worked hard at inside right but when he
went to outside left hr had found the position at which he could give
the most
Marshall I* perhaps the most big-hearted trier in First Division
football today He is small of build but this Is no handicap to him.
He is tireless in tnc defence and a correspondingly capable force in
any attacking plan. He was easily the outstanding plaver on the
Carlton team yesterday afternoon.
W.l. TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
T>HE DtrbanVn Table Tennis Association has received an invitation
from U [.ins Association of Jamaica to take part in
West Indian CO to bi held there next month.
The invitation contained proposals for sending two players or
alternately I The financial M
less domestic and with that we are not inu- but on
:her hand all true sportsmen will hope tb Bi m;i-
baa and if there is a puhlic appeal by the local Association for
financial aid it Kbould meet with considerable nip|
noun mav go
The Barbados Table Tennis Association are considering sending
one plaverLouis Stoutewho captained the Barbados Table Tennis
team to'British Guiana last year and who holds vtctofiaa over, the
former Trinidad champion Ralph Gomes
loed from these tours and the added benefit of
getting to know our West Indian neighbours are two cOOatderatlOOl
that make such tOUTI of a high value in the estimation of those sports-
men whose vk to n.nh beyond
IOS.
TWO ATHLETIC & CYCLE Mills
'T>1IE AmiUllI Athletic Association of Barbados have planned their
X lot r April 10 and their two-dav Intercolonial Cycle
and Athletic Meet takes place on April 29 and June 1
my opinion well timed since the lota
Ing will provide the scope for the local athletes and ey<
bUltiM before the Trinidad unit Brlttab GiiUneac
invitees arrlva here for the Intercolonial Meet.
\mateur Athletic Association have bat
"iV" class for cyclists. They have found that loma
cyclists have improved beyond the "B" class standaid but are not yet
good s*vug1l lor classification in the "A" class, hence the formation
tl i (-rmedintr "B
NOVICES TOl KNAMENT WAS GOOD
THE staging of a "Nw ianl h) tin lurbados Amateur
irai rafrsjahlng novelty ui 1 li an expert-
.iround which the Association might well build something of


Comn i Mr. C D Ranuay, Am.-
: ting pubUc of
Barbados. I would at sponsor on Inter-
i Boxing tournament and the revival of the Intar-troop Bcoul
aaorad b* tba Barbed \mg Assocka-
CflACH Ml IH It
BUT I shall never get tired of appealing to the Association to engage
the services of a recognised professional I to train
the youths first in the element.u
iger they postpone this step, the hard*] it will bij
boM from faults which the. mUBt Of tV BVi lop at
.' they begin boxing wH Of I coach.
BEE.A ELEtT OrrHLKKS
THE AJ Of of the Barbados Friendly Football
-itioo was held on Thursday nighi last at tbi I flub,
Road 11* tor the yaw i5o-
i ant); J M Hawltl (Via PiealdantJ < it
hcoti J Archer
h and J Aroaa
The season Is due b
: St. Matthews Old B Uott will meet in the
epacdauj tixture.
TAII.PIM I
Hal should .<,- nf some interest to aOBM ol out
. no has had aw ling
' 'ung a game in the Woolli patition at
Club,
<; u Attains and n p Sharp saw an aatonlabinj
When Attkins was making a gentle delivery for a draw, his
ti L) in two on the green Pm tba 111 ft Unv i
I Imwlers wen poaitlOB
Governor Sees Empire
Defeat Carlton 21
HIS Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage were
among the large number of spectators who wen *' Kens-
ington yesterday evening to wi'ness the opening game of
the B.A.F.A. Competition between Empire and Carlton.
In a keenly contested game, they saw the Bank Hall
tram notch two second half goals to win from their oppon-
ents who got their lone goal during the first half hour.
Both teams missed many oppor-
Q f-y a. es of scoring especially the
neen i Loueffe Biark Rock * Emph,
awarded two penalties, but were
Beat St. Winifreds only ab,e Ip,;1",^,of ono
., *~ I McCollln formerly of Everton
At {.riCKet turned out for Empire .it
, ,1-t-t-v-c ,-<,.. I,.,- ^l8,,, Bn(l "or**' 'OP BISJ1 -
QUEENS COU.U.r. won ., hL. team. hile Drayton Kon
two-to-oiu- ii.i ,,,her ,|. ,r,llU , r
.he St. Winifred eleven >iMn c.rlton eot their lone goal
tneir cricket match I ,< >. the ball rebounded into the net*
lerday evening on tin- Queen'1 from Cozier their or
College grounds. Clay Atweit. the while Smith the Empire custodian
llueen's batting backbone, con- attempting to u
ributed 13 out of College's 55. Tnc game started promptly at
Winifred scored 31 and 21 In llv' o'clock with Empire defending
i.iii two respective innings J *oal 'rom the pavilion end.
Anne Hoad, St Winifred's tap- They soon ot into their stride and
i, ,.-,( ,.haneele. 1U ... '0r " llr" 'f"n minil'..
h kl? . lck'a' """ opponents
push her side aga nst strong odds K| b.,wnK,S<, LgSbt
but the devastating .wing, ul Car|ton provcd , , ;l
Clay Atwell who captured seven 0n on, OC(.aion. |
and four wickets in the respec- centre forward sent in a good one
tlve timings, defied the boldest but King was well in position and
urns on St Winifred's part saved. Later Harper on the left
part. wing got possession but kicked
D. Hunte who claimed thuu ui over,
the College wickets for her team. w not long after this thai
was the most outstanding bowler Carlton. in a good forward n
Swift on the ncld and Mm- meM' " ,dw,n ",e "eld bu'
rate in the shy In, K. Lashley of "'" ' outside left after receiving
si. wuurred showed herself to T. -.,,. .. .,...,... ,i -.
>est in the fielding department for wilh|n .nejr opponents Qrea.
Queen i College. was during thu. period that goal-
A born stylist, Rislin Hutson kieper Smilh came ou, to clear
dwplayed a variety of well- and the ball striking Cozier the
judged strokes. Her smooth and Carlton centre forward re-
easy way of playing balls which bounded into the nets to give the
i sure stump knocker;, gavo Black Rock team the first goal,
rise to much wonderment Empire now fought hard fur the
For i Girls' interschool cricket equaliser and almost found them-
match. the evening was packed selves two down when Carlton
full of thrills for the many vis- again attacked but Audi**
itors To sec the bowlers, not the right wing kicked feebly, and
nth that smooth run of Smith had no difficulty in saving
the normal bowler, and occasion- 'n *Pil ut "tany efforts by both
.illy pelting the ball with much "ms l?t.5f, ,he l?t^ wab
vim mZ m iMfM f rontimial tken w"h ,hc ore 10 m fav-
was a source of contniu;il
our of Curlt'Hi.
Savannah Club
Tennis
!;iuhter to all.
Second Half
On resumption Empta
change m their line up. Robinson
at Centra forward interchanging
with Symmun.i.s at centre half
v j i a i. Carlton were however tbl
Yesterday s Results to attack and carried lhe ^ weU
x. i*&Mf!aVSia up the field, but goolkeepei -
I) Wood beat Miss I. Len- came out and cleared Raj
agan 2,_*^-2 immediately transferred to the
MfcN'S SINGLKS Carlton goal area and Symmonds
F li. Barnes beat W. Crichlow who was in possession kickei
-l- of the goal.
LAMES' DOI'Rl.t S Empire who had the bet*
Mrs. G. D. Bynoe and Miss D. o( this period, began to pie
Austin lost to Mrs. A. A. Giboons soon equalised when SvmmonMs
! | Kna Bowen 46. 64. uftei rVCetVtng from DM I
' t halves, passed neatly to McCollin
Monday's Fixtures on the right wing who beat King
with a powerful low ihol
MEN'S SINGLES close rang*.
I' Wnrme vs. S. p. Edghill Fired with this success, the
P. McG Patterson vs J. W. Empire forwards again pi
Davey. .md in a good forward movement,
LADIES' DOl'BLKS Drayton beat King with .
tht It S. Bancroft and Miss D. good shot but the referee had
lr I) Worme and Klaa blown for a foul against the Bl.uk
I Worm. Rock team. He put the ball on
MEN'S DOTBLES the spot and Drayton who took the
C EL Packer and C. B. Slanett vs. penalty, made no mistake
C a Patterson and k s Ban* ^u , .. .
croft *"e Black Rock
II L Smith and I. J. Niblock vs. ^me Kood etl Ise, but
L Innlu and W. Crichlow. &th in goal eeemed to be ai-
M1XED IHlt'HI r'K ways in the right position
M.ssM Ramsay and U.Lawlesa now took over and p. a.iK.
A linagan and 0, II. *'"f,
duinini ,,u" l,"f' wto* srnl '"
after receiving from Drayton, but
> j fii | King deflected the hall I
IiUriKUlOS I alHt' bar. Nothing happened from the
m reaultant corner kick.
! I'llIIId Vti-i-if ion. It was only a matter of minutes
11 luii.t cassim union iu.r uiui binpMt. ^
prm ci.iii niMxi'.N li aacond penalty as a result of foul
nuan uat nlir. play by one of the Carlton d
v m,.. 1!.A,^,H Drayton took the kick, tut the.
uaa i *> im ^ Mo,,d, fme he sent the ball
Kvartoii I va Abbry M-r it un Mvn- goal.
* S*U V V* *J? ^^ Carlton on lhe ollu i
. u^tajjw^onw-rss.. L|S, ,mmilc ,.ffo,, ,
... 11 \. w.iiuiol on WntiiMOiiv when 1he\ bora down on th.
Una .1 30ym pmienl- bul ll^ill kick..
vnj'f m CdUiwdnu on Tnui.o-v Fninire winners hy the odd goal
anl .!!>,> ln three.
S. C. Griffiths Thinks
W.I. Team Formidable
(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, March 15.
KITHS. Sussex and England wicket-keeper,
malN bats No. 10 or 11 for his county but who
- r lhe M.CC. in the Second Test Match
[ndaM in Trinidad in 1948 and scored a
an his views on the prospects of the team
thla summer.
------ In an article in the current edi-
tion of the West India Committee
Circular. Griffiths, who was Assis-
tant Manager on the 11M8 \Wir.
enough to visit the West Indies
with the M.CC. side had been
waiting the news of the selection
of the team with particular and
personal interest.
He adds "Since the West I
received the M.CC. in 148. th<>
inemselves have ,'oured India, and
here, one has no doubt, some repu-
tations maoe during the M.CC.
visi: were found to be too hastily
or, perhaps, too easilyac-
quired, and the result bH
what would appear .'o us. with our
slighily out-of-date knowledge,
one or two curious omissions from
the selected side."
Strong HattinK
Griffiths agrees that Goddard
will have a batting bide of im-
mense strengVn. particularly on a
hard fast wicket. He mentions
Worrell and Weekes, both of
whom "might well bid fair to be-
come yreat players."
He says Stollmeyer and Gomez,
both of whom bat more in the
English" manner may And them-
selves more able rt> cope with the
ball when it is turning and ho
expects Walcott to make plenty of
runs this summer.
He recalls one shot in par-
ticular which Walcott played
against the M.CC. Cranston was
the bowler and Walcott. playing
back, hit a none too short de-
livery straight back over the
bowler's head and into the stand
for six. "A maJesUc stroke in-
deed" says Griffiths.
The strength of the bowling, he
rests with Jones and John-
horn are fast by
'IfaalgA
I SHALL bejdn to-day by correctin
. on...^. ueKi." tu-ujy oy correcting inv mistake In i
column about September Song. I said he had sMr-ijLz" S"XI
wins, one in A class and one in B This is ol courw S "".
because he only won one race and that was the A rln. *"
he won very impressively from Pepper Wine. lprlM sk)
My mistake only proves what ran happen when one i
with the performance ol a certain horse in a paticui """""at
excludes thought of any other. Consequently havln/JlL,'*" "*t
Cj-kna* Uiirninn un tKn rvn/.!. -....1 t n n iM-----a '' M sVBBlssl
S < (iKHFITHS
Will England
Be Led By A
Professional?
By mm UITTON
LONDON
lacdon of Leslie Antes.
former Kent and England wic-
Bnjdand Test think
ii undoubtedly one of son. both of
loat dacoocratlo moves the present day English standards
id*. It is tht But Johnson, who is 38, will have
a tustory of Eng- to be carefully nursed.
get that i professional I seful
i full powers in the Pierre, who bowls 'prodigious
England Test medium-paced in-swingers tt> a
i poses an interesting packed leg-side Held" will be use-
;i "Does this mean that fuj to keep the runs down but
paving the way for Griffiths does not consider that ho
1 will worry the best of English
other countries?" batsmen.
[ports are divided in Leg-spinner Williams who bowl-
ihey agree that tbl ed a remarkably fine length with-
rlpo to have a profession- 0ui' much success on a "heart
eter on the Test selection breaker" at Barbados could not at
Ittaa but they arc not pre- that time be compared with Fer-
to agree that the way is guson who seemed ideally suited
paved for Len Hutton or to conditions in England.
on to lead England Griffiths hopes that' Valentine
I the West Indies this sum- will prove as useful to Goddard as
Mankad of India. Mann of South
In aitv ease thev feel that Eng- Africa and Burtt of New Zealand,
not so much in need of have been in England since thu
' dn this sum- war.
mer as for the tour of Australia "As always on tour much will
which follows Immediately after depend upon the captain," ho
This is no slur on West Indian adds. "Goddard is a fine all-
"""'iv are perhapi three rounderbatting soundly and left-
imataurj pkmng to-day handed, bowling right-handed
who are worthy of a plate in an rather better than the average
on ability alone, at medium pace, and always
, thu fielding magnlfhsantl) who
., osualb *- ortnff delightful and unbound-
ae time to fulfil their se- ed enthusiasm lb all he does on
afferent pro- the cricket field. He is a deter-
vtMfl it comes mined man with a real under-
,,, m;, tntiM Mending of his country men and
That requires ;i live or six month one cannot imagine he will fail to
,. | fwm bring out the bert in his players.
Randal In conclusion Griffiths says that
d afford such HVOO line weather the Wot Indi-
ans will be hard to beat, "even in
h i i-.,-. alma U wmi ,hc matth which lasts live days"
Ject^en^'h^h^S
;^"-.-r^^^,h^,v^"m
nmer. Kilt I know -On*, thlni. iTrnrluif ihtwifff
a- mjnj who would Uk. ^"f ^f SSSm^^:
1 *n Uon to be disposed of iVice in a
' "" f?r match than any of their pred.-
e .s. thev Will. tOO. Play crieket
to aflrparlenca for the in a manner which win appeal in
its wholeheartedness to lhe gptc-

tators over here "
The referee was Mr (
i a/ara as f<
ul .ti 1 id p m.
* Mv-Mlan un FTUto> .Hlh
4 p.m.
vi-i..-. HsetMi vi Bkeauaea m
"V m'," a1 ii".pvw*i e. uusta, JSSf^m1 Sll,i" '
in at sao |ii Wilson. St
tiruohlvn i Bwrton ll m> axunUy Collill, Di.ivlon. Hobin.ton, Tayloi
ISIh ul TOO p.m Harrv^r
^ m .' A I CMhcdral on Baturdav '*"**!, ,
astit ai 7.30 pm. t arlton : King. Warren, \% M-
im<* v. y k pc ,h> n-iumv.1 Bin hams; F. Hutohlnaoo, Clati.....nt,-
v bMoiim son. Cozier. Lucas, Hall.
Donaldson Snooker Champ
k< KPOOL, Uarch is.


;
S.A. FACING DEFEAT
JOHANNESBURG, Mar. 18.
The Australians scored 227 in
their Urst innings in reply to tli.
South African Elevens total
| 49 here to-day and had taken ilv-
il frames to 46 here, of their opponents second ll
from Donald- wickets for 48 when bad light
i stopped play for the day'
ear, Rruter. Iteuter
Song burning up the track and leading by five or six l
B class five and a half I was so sure that at that stareThf* *fc
be beaten that up to now I have not got over the ^^n
Slainte sprung by beating him. This is my only excuaTT* ***
made such a glaring error. I sincerely apologise to the hL ,*^
licket which drew him for any anxiety I caused them 7d*n''i
surprise of this kind is even more effective than t|IP (in ^ ,B*i
me. ^* **'* a*
SIX FOR UNION PARK
In my notes on Sunday before last I made mention nf *.
thai Fred Payne had given me an explanation of what hamJLr' **
on Brown Girl in the Guineas. I alsotxaid thiit the cor
whs too lengthy to fit into my notes at that time However ^
as there is space to-day and so many peculiar interDreulil!?**
been placed on what happened I shall repeat the story inari '",
First of all I must say that Frod did not volunteer the e!L.
After the races I went to him myself and asked him if he wu
to say anything about Brown Girls running as I was ntm*
disappointed about the indifferent performance which she "*
readily agreed and here is his story : somewhere jun afte?^!' *
furlong gate Brown Girl gave the first sign of hearing out
immediately tapped her on the shoulder with the whip and '
sure on the bit to get her to come back to the rails. InBeLTi"''
sponding to these efforts she went further towards the ouwL
and at this stage Fred decided it was useless to try tiiggtngaV
at her and he let her have her head to see If it would make hi "*
comfortable and so induce her back to the rails. UnfortiauaL'al
also failed and Brown Girl, so intent on getting away from uiwh
rails, continued round the last turn into the home stretch ia
widening circle. It was then useless to try and get her back in!
Held who had by this time passed her with lengths to sran? fc
ended the interview by agreeing with me that but for thu Mnu.
he thought Brown Girl might have won the Guineas. Suoh
that she was too fat and had therefore tired easily he pooh-aa
immediately. ^f'
Now that is Fred Payne's story which I believe I have r*n*t
as correctly as my memory serves me. To the horseman it jm
very plausible. But to the ordinary spectator who wasstsagare
the rails between the three and the two furlong his actioMaiyka*
looked baffling. Consequently when the whispering campaign a*
ed some of these people were the llrst to say that they sawthtgt'
running wide and that Payne did nothing to stop her. Atone*.
of the race this was in fact true, for the reason as stated aboKft
these "know-alls" did not know what wns soing on in Payne's*
nor have they stopped to consider the split-second decision whidifc
unfortunate jockey was called upon to make at such acrudalav
of the race. Therefore they should not go about making rtnesa
statements because they are not qualified to judge for the aagi
reason that they might not know which end of a horse one pullsgfc
turn it one way or the other.
Lastly I must remind readers that two Sundays ago I abonai
that Brown Girl was the only one who could tell us why sheruslk
but for the fact thai she is n dumb animal. But horses have otto
ways of speaking. On the third day of the meeting I wutoldtg
Brown Girl was not racing because she was found to be luHrrat
from sore shins. I have known many other similar cases nog st-
able of which wns St. Morilz who behaved in almost the exact a*
ner.
I learn that not only Joint Command and Postscript will bepkff
to Union Park for Easter but also Beacon Bright. Beaufils. ViwnM
Miss Friendship. Brahmin's Choice who is owned in Trimdidba
made her debut to racing up here will also be going orerfcrb
meeting. The meeting has received a much larger entry than ml
first expected although the A class races are not very well natreomt
Beacon Bright will head our contingent and will also be *t
only horse classified A or A2 at the meeting. I see that The Gaiattt
Lady Pink and Ice Boy have been picked out as his chief ^nponeax
but the one I have my eye on is Fitches Cm n. Thi! li SB U] of ft
George de Nobriga's ran n very good race In Port of Spun tat
January and gave me the impression that she was then conuo|ae
her own. I should expect that at Union she will be more accliar
tised and will therefore do better
Another point worthy of note about the Union mi i '-'
three-year-olds Fair Profit. Wavecrest. Princess iu.si>v <&!*
and Leap On are all due to make their first appearance for thueaei
Fair Profit has to race in the D and E class races because he is a Jaa*
can bred imported after the date .*[ the new rule which bar* rr from that colony from being placed an> lower than E2. He will tat>
fore find himself in a similar position to his compatriot Brown Rod*
when the latter raced at Union in 1948. The opposition is not ten*
but even so I am not enamoured with Fair Profit's chances ajatt
them. Maybe he will do better than I expect but in any case
shall be able to see him going over a mile.
With regard to the others 1 am most anxious to see what W*
craat la going to do. He has not raced since August last year ",Ar!"
and meanwhile his contemporaries have been En the limelight.
I like him the best of all the three a in Tnnidaiaa
I look forward to seeing him show up well al Union. AnoutfrW
ite of mine is Princess Rassiyyra. This big grey illly from J*"""!
a good looker who will go far but up to now I am not sure **
ba better al sprinting or over longer distances, laapuj"
also a game gelding who showed some promise at Out*"""
whether he is winner or not he can be counted on to turn i*a-
lighting performances. The Eagle has received a great JJa'
ng from Trinidad racing public and in particular Mr. D 'j
who last August at Arima went into near estasics about ^"^Th,
cannol sa> I remember paving much attention to him alinoap
- .- Vs-T -----------------1 -------- ml 'pCCW
at Christmas, but then I understand he was not *****-
ch because of some setback he had while in training- ^
do much
dso come into his own at Union.
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srvmv \nviic\Tr
PAGE FIVE
Council Rejects
$70,OOOResolution
Pottery Not Economical
BSCAUSE a majority ol men I I
aw tbe expansion . rnment Experimental I
Wterv Factory al Lancaster would noi
Eitti. a Resolution for S70.000 which
obe capital lor sue!.
t-s!ative Council at its
n, vo'.inf waa as on the mo- The question was whether the
..... -.,.
, for concurrence:
advn
Colonu
fXlSl"": * ,C l"'' ' llonl.l, I (
*d by the Actmg
better
committee.
lulkon said he

ii it went industry


To Kclii vc I iu'iii|ilnvmeni
They houl \ r<
m. il Han**1"
Tiy C. H. St. John.-<6>.
IV Kf^tul*0" was first d!s-
tffj ,i i previoii* mrrltne ul
,* (0unrU -,,,d ** loPoned
DOIVf iwmbrrs wanted lit iti.
rm Ike report ol ( ommiiier
S )d been jppolntrd b the
aniawnl la ln\.li ..it-
,,,,- * to fetablisll .,
JJlHi* workine Industrs in
* bland
Government .nt. i
j-jujiutn' wi '""v
* Bnnwm Repori iin.l in
um if advice receivi
STfommerciKl ,
j^Br>- industry
OM KROAIl SRHf V1-"1IKIIAV prdestrlan
ti whir*- Mi-'.
pull
Cuiclr Note?
unmlltr
unemplo
900 Iroirf
Pawment

migrate
WITHIN n ll ajn. to
nt oil ttroao
i'U pedestrians
'ad instead of
l!'": '" ,!"' " "' .11 out effort to
""' If the 7J5T& *" - -* -
fc^am was employ,,! undf ,.,. ,,,, iw
WiS^nZrx^t the RioluMSS
^Scheme to report on
Stados. His report -- nonei
UptteHousi f Resolu- Sch"
^kiitivf Council stated that
tiw materials and othei
; i4t or can be provided (or
gj aioulacture it the lollowinji
aUtto-
Building bricks
Hollow blocks
Rooting tile*
Floor tile
flower pots, terra cottn ware,
field drain t\
DomeM.c pottery
Insulating bricks.''
Hf. Brannam drew attei I
anarious possibilities o( ftnanc-
tlon be
with lh
mention.-,!
:
put to
resuU
Enrol

Judge JWBCheaery
To Disease
Closer Association Report
I
didder
I
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were an
the pan
operate with the Qiildet

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mem1 <>,i awn
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usually the
usual hurly-burly ol iboppara.
i Had the

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ray*, than
i .implying with the
I d the
ba rallerve
ngestion. but tlM


continue hll 1,-clures
j, tte maaulaclurc ol pottery
ua-pvc an estimate of the cupiti,!
aol a factory capable of pro- pf !):.
Mkg the minimum economic
I'lllUl.

the Supreme Court. 1
rtnirodat Mfa M.u.u
ACommittee appointed by His
laiiUency the Governor-in
law Committee i<> un- i
aBBenci.-il propti I i '4ablish-
! clayworkini; IndUftT}
tdBut it was unliki
aatal would be attracted to in-
bncnt in the clayworkii
MB? and thai ll a daj
aiatry was to be
aaatd on tin
aflBi
Not Likely
While il is accepted, on
HHmce. that the linancm
*forking faetor> k nut likely
>jtreinunei;ii.\.- ..nil. Iheietoi. .
lafcely to attract private capital.
ik naverthi red thai
itwld be unwiM to abandon all
'.
Put (hi Bond
Keith irid
tl a ixind for three
inunih!
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last the
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Ike Committee on :ln
tJhat fJovermnint eleaih
iWUnds that there are vi i
Wlormble risks in um-i
iaancr this Clayworkinn Indu- -
ThiS5ugge5itr or should not ix- dareloped on
Jitull scale envisage,!
"ham's report
m IIM.OOO, but by w;
! expansion of the
, the i-Mimiited coat ol which
jw be of the order of svu.ntm
Sltst Utter figure $24,000 rep-
1BBU the COD
"ramie pxper- foi three


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to '"K "
a He
him
Oat the undertaking should i
5 a small B, ard and this
jyi is acceptable to l i
aan.
JJr llon'ble \, ling ( olonUI
*ea*ir> ...,.,
??" w*s continued Tu
* m favour of the sch,
light of further advice thai
Jjn been able to obtain
ine commeui.il post n
"e industry.
Oplimistit
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Ibat where tliv irth<
troop Signalling
n
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PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
S^AY, MARCH.. ^
rpOWARDS his naoy in the
X oe.-ert wai Rommel's I
wu one of fnenuiy, If sometimes
fcuipicunu. hosti.it>.
Like all Germans, he resented
at lint our employment oi iiKU-n
division* again*.' Europeans, until
he encountered the 4th Indian
uivwtun ana found them ns well
akscJpl.ncn and "conecl" as any.
He could not resist a mild sneer,
for propaganda purposes, at Ihe
'coloured English" who accom-
panied th* South Africans, though
ue knew well mat they were non-
,vrabatants.
Promising Amateurs'
The Australians he con
rough, but It was the -sort or
roughness which amused him He
ranked them highly as individual
fighting men. but thought i.ie.v
were inclined to get out of hand
South Africans he thought good
but too raw. For ihe New Zen-
landers he had a great admiration
They were, he maintained, the
finest troops on our side.
The British he P ,
promising amateur- Hi
weat so far as i*> admit thai, for
smgll. independent operate
quiring great personal initiative,
such as those of the lng Jange
Desert Group and the S n s
(Sp*cinl Air Service). th<
better than the Germans.
British regular formation*
were, he thought, stubborn and
brave in defence but insunVi
truly trained.
He made an exception of the
7lh Armoured Division, part'eu-
larly of the two Rifle Batl
of the Support Group, the liti
Hussars and the artillery.
Ne\'ertheless he thought thai in
tank actions our nrmourrd unit
and even single tanks, were far
too much inclined in tf bald-
headed into the attack
His criticiim thai we used
armour in penny packets and
thus invited its destruction in
detail has been echoed by British
military critics.
'Too Slow'
The British system of command
he thought too slow, Invdvi a
and i-lowied with paper.
1 cannot discover that IM
expressed any opinion about ..">
inuividual British general
General WaveU, whose dt-sert
campaign against the Italians
would, he declared, always be
studied as a supreme example ol
bold planning and dari"* execu-
tion with small mout
Chivalry
II was quickly discovered U>
the British that the \lrikJ
Harps proposed lo light accord-
in, to the rule- lor this EM
whole eredll as liven 1
svonusiel
"Thank God. "1 '<"' no a s.
division, m lb* desert" said
I Bayerlein,
slafl r Heaven knows wh.it
The BOOK that has set all Barbados talking . .
Rommel
The IgMd Adolf
Mitlei .inn was, therejoie. lop
At Nuremberg
On June IB. 1946, (<
Siegfried Wcstphal was quag
taOmd about it at Nuremh-1
Ou<: .vere on the
front Row
conducted th.
Answer- "I i on Miawt i
.....-'
chivalrous n niiiniin
Qi .ii
rhief?
Answer. "Mai
Qu< order
(km viola, n ol the rules
of war"
Answer: \
Question "Do rot
-'sued by Hitler on Oclo
ber 18. 1942""
,l?uu r Yes".
fjnagl r:irshttl
Rommel behave on iceept ol
order''
An."
I read it si.mHini, betide our
truck. 1 then im nrdisilely pro
ih.it we should not publish
We burn! 11 nt once, where we
stood "
'The Nephew'
(.rnei.il Weslplul *- thiw
Miieslioueii aboit Ihe ntr-inge
eaae of "the nephew of Field-
Marshal Alexander".
Om'sfion: "Could you
(g ie(K rtn thrmigh tin- 0*00
Of ttw cu:nmando action in
which the nephew of Field
Marshal Alexander took
port?"
Antwer "In the autumn
.if 1942. i "I
Field-Marshal Alexander was
taken prisoner behind the
ing an Afnka Korps cap and
was armed with I I H I :,"ln psttol
h> bad tine, put hlmaall
the rules of W
Marshal Rommel gave the
The III iiisli l'i isoim i
lloimiiel Admired
By DESMOND YOUNG
:.al law committed by
- ..land troops.
a showed the most
'-.,' :
wnnii was uiiderslandJble
now thai our attack had been
bock,
lie was an old Africa
He impressed us as
I \nv bravo man and very
likeable He insisted on be-
roming a prisoner of the Ger-
^en; to
Italy.
' Vanished'
"t tried to carry out his
wish, and. evading general in-
structions, handed him over
to a German depot In Mcrsa
Matrtih However, the com-
mandant later ordered him CO
be handed over to the Italians.
But on the evening before
he was due to be handed to
Ihe Italians. Clifton asked to
Ro to the lavatory, where he
Of the window and
\.unshed without trace.
"All troop* were at once
warned I A few
i officers
were huntirr tt.i/elle when
4 weary
foot-traveller coming across
-:. carrying what
earned to i>e wotor-bottlo In
his hand. Closer observation
aj the much-
lotighi'-afto* Clifton
"He was at once
and broiinht in lo us I
expressed to him my recogni-
tion of his courage; for not
Gl NffRAL RAVFKI.EIN, Chief
of Staff of tht AJrika Korpi.
ing.
Rommel said, 'Well, that is
.tblc and could happen i.i
a night battle, but. .' li<
went on to describe how |.
man wounded officer had
Into .i burning truck
For Sport?
" MtOf some di*usMon he
Why are you New /.. .<
landon llghling? This I
in war. Are you h< m
the sport?'
"Realising that he really
this, I held up my hands witn
losed and said. The
Commonwealth
If you aita
(U would contemplate
trek through Ihe
He looked VI
i not sur-
:
"To stop any
more attempts to
iape I had him
Mil at once to
"Later I heard
ha: he disap-
ItOBI the
talian prison
.amp in the dis-
guise of a Hitler
ugeiut leader.
/fth shorts and
- I rank,
I'ul in this uni-
was a dispute about rtic fare, and
iteuined him.
Later. as he was being
lo Germany he contrived to dive
through a window while the train
.: ning.
He was wounded, but on
32. 1945. he escaped agai,
by April 15 he was home In Auck-
land, New Zealand.
How Con / P
llasp.Ul-ihips were a sere
point with Rommel.
He woa iMilfPO1 wnen he heard
the N-v> WM puiiing Inem UUo
Malia for examination, tunoua
wnen it was reported th..'
had been attacked by the R A K
at sea.
Drafting a strong note of protest,
he was somewhat shaken to learn
that an Italian general, frightened
of flying, had taken a passage in
a hospi.-al-ship a* a stretch, r
and had been removed, unwound-
ed, at Malta.
His final disillusionment
at a conference before El Alain, u,
Pommel was complaining about
being halted for lack of |
Three tankers had boon tJMfe In
two days.
The Italian chief of staff re-
assured him. Olher means hail
already been adopted. Po.toI was
being sent over in the double-
bottoms of hospital-ship* '
Rommel turned on him. "How
ran I protest against British m-
. nee with hosph*al-ship:
when you do things like that '"
he demanded.
Tribute
0j To sum op the spirit of the
desert war. 1 quote General
von Ravrnsteio. who com-
manded a Panxer division.
"When I reached Cairo." he
,i~ received very
courteously Then 1 was ifcken to
00 General Auchinleck himself.
"He shook hands .vith mo and
Old. "I know you well by name.
You and your division have
fought with chivalry. I wish to
treat yen aj woJI .is poaglbto.'
1 heard that General Campbell
boob awarded the Victoria
1 obtained permission to
mrltt to him. and i -till h
; 11iv letter."
!h. lettei iead:
!)< r Major G<
Campbell.
"1 have read in Ihe paper
lhat you have been my brave
adversary in the tank battle
of Sidi-Rezegh.
"It was my Division whuh
has fought in ihese hot d
with the 7th Armoured Divis-
ion, for whom I have the
greatest admiration. Your 7th
Support Group of Royal
Artillery too has made the
ilghVmg very hard for us and
I remember all the m;inv
irons thai flew near the aero-
drome around our e.n
The German eon
congratulate you with warm
heart for your award of the
Victoria Cross.
"During ihe war your
but with high re-
spect.
"Von Ravenslein"
"Jock" Campbell mi ktuo I
soon afterwards I do not sup-
crossed P** he evcr received tfa
,er the frontier If he had. I think he would have
to SwiUjrland" appreciated it.
Gor A way
Ronunei s in-
mi.ition was
ornet Clifton
- II t to
mpo P.O. 29
Italy, where 1
.i priaooac,
)e :.! once
Th.- Afrika Korps did no)
up prisoners. Afi< l
rough pound
So Kind
In the May 1942 I
an Army Film Unit photographer,
a Scot, who had managed lo
recape after an hour or t
eiieinv hands.
"Wi.i! Uka oi po I
ana, sir?" he asked.
"A lierman ofli. I
Ah'in triin,' >. actual!) b
caineta oil mo an' wouldna give
it back .
addajd "Ah hae hli receipt for
it."
So he had, on the liack of an
envelope wtth namo, lank, an I
date He propos.il lo look for
Ue oberleutnant after the u_i
When I was captured the |
Qarraan who tcarched me r
haaded back a gold cigaretlc-
He apologised for taking my
Arid-glasses, but explained that
three were military eqi whereas the clgai. :
private.
Httaar'i famou m Inl
ovAer of O. u.i>ei i.t IMS wai ..'
least unequivocal
du on." ii .
S "all ennim on
Cominando missions in Eu-
rope or Africa challenged by
German troops, even if they
are to all appearance-, sol
in unifoiii: I
Uon troop*, wheihei
or unarmed, in batten oi in
flight, are to be slaughtered
u. the List man. Eva
these individuals, when found,
should apparently bo pro-
pared to give Usgrnaolvog up.
no pardon is lo be gian:
Ihem on principle
"This order doe
apply," Mid
treatment of
aoldiers who. n.
of normal hoatilities. are
captured in open battle or
give themselves up "
" I will hold responsible
under Military 1...
the Anal paragi t|
falling to carry out
ordi:
offl..
lact.
order or acted against
ardei- where it i* to \>v exe-
Hommi I amestlofu h
ssaraieaop loooV'. latei
I uld bo


night have boon ira
i onducl"
actuall)
Brieadlof CTHwm. Ma
captored h the sHWoV i
you attack New Ml I
.. uw< .
"RonUTsal wished mo lud
aront
I dayi later 1 aKapod, bui
was rocaptun
11 otsVci i nunttni gai
when sum.-
I again, and onoc nor<
could ligitimately h... I ersaiion with Itrong
What. itaoot Oonaral commenU on our
ve.Mods. occa-.
rou want to
Two Ways
There are H*o opinions
on the question of chivalry In
war. General Eisenhower hoi i-<
the other
When Von Ainirn was
brought through Algiers on his
way to captivity." he has writ-
ten, "some members of my stall
tvod plan '*'" that_ I_ should observe the
escape. He curtoin of bygone days and allow
** him lo call on me
"The tradition that all profes-
sional soldiers are contra...
arms has. in tattered form, per-
Nisled to this day. . .
For me. World War II. was
far too personal a thing to enter-
tain such feelings. .. "
(.eneral Eisenhower is ,i wise
with whom no one would
willingly disagree.
Nevertheless, there an
Ponte D'Olio. uid wno 'oel tkat even tattered l.a-
tooh the train to ditions may be worth i i
Milan. Crossing if. when wars an
Milan in a tram, have to live together in the lame
- got a train world.
(World copywright)
(NEXT WF..:K.
Rommel seal Miller Scroape talk
of n lu-o-Hiilc Ila*i leeapoii: His
fttgt suspuions o| U|f Fur),', r
LoMPR LVnsraai Strolee,
l red himself
mt of a second-
oraj window at
laU into a patch
f shadow ac-
n.illy on a sen-
li Then
ie slid across the
- a r d on his
lomach and got
iixiei ihe barbed
.mi. fence.
He reached
he
for Como from the North Bdsttoi
ind nrrirad than baforo being
thi ma ung roU-cnlL
Cbno he blrad carriage,
hoping to roai ow i Hi
: uni Into su Ltaerland
mg. There
LIVING ON YOUR NERVES IS A
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ura rnu aroulo lo
..
; at
miles in kaoi Inaa five daya on om
can of
"Hoinnu I ..line DOCk VOT) QUtGB.-
ls sMth. No, I would have had
more tfiisc and bon^.. d
car.' Trick \\> him
but with only 20 seconds start
. | nmeh time, though
'" w. had Hdtabla vahkaa marked

He then added Hut I w js .i
.uid tha; any furthcr
att * at a break, would finish
bv my bouigabOt while escaping
"However, he decided to get
n,i ol ui. i -t morning
literal!} minded.
I'rrhaiM the best Anecdote on
KoinmrU treatinrnl of prion
on la thai by Brigadier (i II.
I hlis.ii D.8U., MX; .aplured
New /ealmid hrifade com
mander Here It Is:
'*! drove out into K
land' to tidy up some,
night bal
"It was beforo/ first light ui I
- oanasln| aUu
mM
wrong people and wet.:
I bag'
l-.ter an Intelligence OflWei
Rocruna) ma I
I proceeded to hai
about the 'gangster'
methods .f tha No* lat^andora

"
Just Arrived C04DS7%%
lLs-%* r'jfhl b*'"'' having a traate lack
Of humour Rommel impress,,! me
, us an out)Undh,|| exception, and
led to flgui ,h imprewlon grew Monger
r^"\ I ""' -When he met our Hoops eMhai
of this aa prlMner. or wounded, he gi.-,.t-
Inunedlate cd them as one soldier meeting
..:,h-
ala, it
I
explain lh..t our fl.it
through in the dark. cau:

Had passed.

i
He Wrote...
After Rommel', death there
Has found among his
l llnta PJperm this note he
had written on Brigadier
oafta.
A night aA-ek on the 1 Oth
Italian Corps coat tha British
ara also
anon, -mong them
Brigade
6th New Zealand
to In-
TIIK
fen
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fpmtAV, MARCH 19. 19M
Sunday \nvor\Tr

4 Review of the Report of the British Caribbean Lord Listowel
Standing Closer Association Committee On Federation
nir REPORT of the British
X Standing Closer Asso-
2IT Committee recently puh-
ST rfpreaents the work of
"JLn:ntiV ol the British ter-
*L>< La the Caribbean In an
?Tl.,nifv politically territories
by great distances, by
in history, tradition.
En^toms, and
tLcommittee n*t app
iwtft oI a Conference of the
liStf Closer Association of the
ffMJWest Indian Color.<
SSaafeco Bay. Jamaica, in Scp-
L^ff im". The Confera
/.
"...
^^^BtUDject of this article.
TiercM ol i leren -e f the
dder and
Si recommendation*; in
*7i Tfe> sssimilalion of:
The Atral, Customs, and
tariff policy of (he Brit-
ish territories in ;he
'iLibean area.
;. The legislation '
terr:'' I
(b) The unification of the cur-
rent" ories.
jfi The unll far .is

public services of such ler-
ritories.
(4) The for;;: ol r f'-dtral con-
stitution and federal juui-
u) The means of financing the
operaiion of nil federal ser-
vices.
Currem v
Is respfv: ii the
MlciUon of Services there have
jgBietupComn'i-sions under the
asfmaitfliip of Mi J. Mel
atfSir Maurice lioli
())r: and in respect of cui
oat u it work n prep
Carmttee dealing with I) i
tn Group, resulting from the
miffwv confer* n in Bar-
ain m i4B undei the auspice*
tl9r John Mf-pneisnn
ft these matters'therefore the
CUBiittee has onh adverted in
MBflg. and the report of this
Qaaittee should be read
action with iht ri on Cus-
jb.currency, and Unification of
SeWce*
respect of the assimilation of
It legislolion i 'hi iribhean
kntlerie*. leeom-
-aaci that urn.trinity in such
sagm as Commereim Law i* de-
flate as tending to racllil
tggsttioii of lui-
yKl scale To efTect that end it
fjestcd that under Federation
ft tad other economic matters
Maid M within the legislative
rggetency of the Federation.
abfch would be able to
aafernitt.
Independence
fc du!k of me Committi
pill de%-oted to the inter-related
jtrtgof drafting a Federal Consti-
and a Federal Ju
[Suggesting the >ns>i>s ol Oft-
|| the operation -gjf i
but*. The Cnmnlfllec begin
ith the le|filiv
aa*tion 11 I
Uriask is t< ai real poli-
aJ independence for the
PVlF >>\ the region
> framewoi llnti
CUnoawealth." They proceed to
atkt comments on the pr<
of real independence which
commendable alike for their
as for their realistic ap-
plet) towards the economy of the
Man. "It Is now a truism to say
a* i. n.
deanot
i
unai law, trade unions, trade hove essayed to tread
.out- ,.f parliament,:


It do*
that political Intaapen
real unless it is based
"ust res*
" 3S In turning to deal with the for-
..r. maUcn of a policy making body
the Committee ha-.
that
'"- consisting i
s"*" 7 members oMr..
1P.h bl>' are l0 ix* "PP"
- tn* Governor-Qenerii.
1
The Only Type That Would
Work Satisfactorily
Soc,.l


it Inn n( *"u'- *-" truss su
Mgnmcation of Ihan 3 may be Federal
beonontH jnv '-

:
-
Ion Of these i
be membci:
branch of the legislature
Officials
i

"actions nominated i> himself c.

ruer-General's power
'.l.i.i. Members of of veto, then
Assembly should be lnc ladniflcatlon of-H
Adult Suffrage, there pleasure, the influence
In lennJaJ eiecttooa ''*' from the impi
kOUld be DO i'iupert>Bim' tll' ptuvisiun It: .
lUalillcation for mcm-Rn Council -should ha\e power to
gislntc for the Federation in re-
.iminv 11UOI1
...ildW'IOSlPlc 'or Ihc Frderiilion in ro-
I
opuUtton and ih.-, t'<>- iecuring uiui
c.U .should be ">'
'

rom the Imperial
l mid be

: reft
' -utCMest that the order and supplies.
I I be nominate! I
. neral end that' the lew anented to by the Q
ibould repre- Oeoerei which epp
that the purpc
la i federa- fanfldOtP
.: !...:
ii Union aqua] mei thai i rmn,enl stooh which baa been In-
. Unit should have an eluded in the :
.tion. It is aug- Treasury of the United Kingdon
such assi-' ' ,-, ,1-.M 1.-. H~.it^ .. lhM ,.*
Vital Im< >
They have had :o bear In mind
i to those of
Inj nature.
BUIa the
tnoaftd ix'
should b.'


In com pi

that .ill pi
vest

of the mot
Two ftel
should I" i ben it has
< 'i though it has
-uncd the concurreoee ! I
; i
stock Theee wfll
ecki on the real Inde-
I
I 'nb.il.nurd Kconomv

ai long as
I ORH USTO
" nth Mmisler ..I v|j|, feff
Oalianal xnjin..





thus im-
^ncff'staSK ^"T
: u safeguards the Imperi .1
\ssembly
i (UU be re-
BU1 which graye-
ttM Federation that
. aors iv West Indians h
to the nomine- long lived in the harsh world <>f
... oubtedlj 11.monm reout] not
trtlcu- the harsh facts of life.
' I 'hat the
oWdeefi
'
wliicli onlj Chief
1
ahlcn both the 1
: ould have an ori
' luoged ,( ii. original
he Com- is au
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ppeal. It
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a is ippua... *-.. bmtm
miftrna jwI B
tkin. (irtvrnt. thai -li.uyloA"'
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him K BS lha| do No oil)
bagal nil
Msaeaoi ai"d hi """s Hili
i,.-.. nrvfi avaasTi '
...Ulb*>our.!.
'11AZELINE SNOW*


A Bt'KRUK.II* WELLCOUI '" I'KwIU'CT i
Somettuttg ftetW"



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and
Cov. ..,.', i .. .
deli^' ideal (or Be
tend nl >g


Fretlm
I, pure
and ri ;
COWtCATE
/)at// Icaac't
OR COMFORT AND CONTENTI
Wh ALWA YS a spwial Oceanian
wlu.n .. ngned lot frocks that lUtti
-iul fabric foi
>......iiiulv adaptable, you'll find
nun. inform..!
il on the beach.
Tootal i al11"' YouTI aM Uitt they 1
Will last foi
li*:
. i,,ntli am uefcel hatsoevrr in Hi, materiel.
. ,i mhoH 'i eriee and paj Iha tmk IscurrW la
nil.
TOBRALCO
.... .:, rial
-igned to take repeated
of wear
. ihneaa and

plain col-
., Li(J Lful Kintt in-
. !ly creat-
: i for gay,
..ih-wear. The
that fabric-easy
rd to wear out
dnj ita beat.
LYSTAV
a beautiful spun rayon, highly
.t:ptbir Mad ol gnat popu-
i ease-rekUUuii i
baa a sparkling. Unen-like aur-

also poeeeeeea a soft
ideal for tfe
formal 'afternoon' frock. Made
M variety '-f rich, glow-
ing prints and love> clear.
plain shade* Lystav launder*
uperbly and la wonderfully
.ble ahd long lasting
BIA

1
for dainty"
dm I
n*a party frocks.
UU' occasion. It
, U> and is mark-
ad crease-
nvy love-

LOMBIA
the rayon with
drape, distinctive In
and so very versati
in man> *
.;ea an';
ihecks. Not too heai
very adaptable, Lou
tylsja ami
severer tailored lines HtvJ-
^ mark-

creaae-raaaatance.
TOOTAL FABRICS
Th, word Toofof and othti brand namet me*ior*d o t^sUrtd Trod* Mark,


KW
I'M.I I IOIIT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. M
BARBADOS*^ AmOOATE

-t----------1
hM Me ft. Tlfc AUme >-> Os IM.. M UraM BU M>Hiwi
SunHn> March 19, 1950
Xo i THE .speech delivered by Mr. Ernest
Deighton Mottley, ihe Senior Member for
the City a! Wednesday's meeting of the
House of Assembly, is one deserving of the
closest consideration. The facts quoted by
Mr. Mottlcy are such as to perturb the
minds of all West Indians irrespective of
their place in party camps.
The endless round of conferences whose
decisions remain a secret or whose recom-
mendations are pigeon-holed have already
been adversely criticised in these columns.
The Control Board was instituted during
the war as a wartime measure. Recently
it was announced that the office of Con-
troller of Supplies has been made a pen-
sionable post in the Civil Service. Today
five years after the end of hostilities con-
trol restrictions hamper the operations of
businessmen and plague the life of the
ordinary citizen more than ever during
the war.
Tlie West Indies find themselves in an in-
vidious situation. The Currency policy
carried out by the Control Board ap-
parently is not a policy having for its goal
the interest* of Barbados or the West
EndJtt, It appears to be a policy designed
only to secure the interests ol the British
people. West Indian trade with Canada has
been brought to a standstill and the West
Indian islands must then accept a djllar
dole. No consideration is taken of the dol-
lars saved for Britain, no concessions are
made to peoples who must sell on terms
fixed by the buyer and buy at terms fixed
by the seller.
But the most shocking disclosure made
by the Senior Member for Uh
when he said, "Recently we all heard that
as a result of devaluation, the raU' ol
ktr freight from England to the West
Indies was being increased to cover the
word was said however,
about the fact that the homeward freight
to England was being reduced by 8/9 per
ton Th;*, has only leaked out lately."
Is the inference drawn by Mr. Mottley
the 001 it that the Ministry <>f
Food put pressure to reduce the freight
rate thereby the cost of sugar to the con-
sumer, and at the same time invited the
steamship companies to recoup the in -
by adding the amuunt to the cost of out-
ward e BW.I, thus Inen
the already high price paid for English
manufactured go-
Or is there some other explanation? If
->ooner it is given the ix'tter it
will be for the honour of the British
. ued existence of
goodwill ix-'tween the West Indian peoples
and the Imperial Government.
was alsu made by Mi
Motth : .nner in wl
ences of officials are held wl,.
appear to ignore entirely the besl litti
of tht -is Mr.
MottL y s comment "if our officials are paid
protect the
United Kingdoms bntamtt, or by the Bar-
bados TivuSLiiy to look after <>m>
It would be better ,f Mi M .ttlty'i eriti-
cisms were unfounded. That however is not
tUsy'a outcry was that of
nd thinking West In-
dian. This is not the agitation
ible men. i a economists, and
politicians art all sorely troubled by the
manner in which West Indian Into

Uin ihold
of a Federal Union In ihe prop,*cd con-
stitution ii is ssngaatad thai the Imperial
! nmant should
1,1 ' Ud the
man... oftha
U stop and ponder
uoa of uW
it mean that the 'British Caribbean Kim
eration" should, like at pr tht purpose of
providing markets in which U.K. manu-
facturers can name their price and which
can produce cheap food for Britain ?
Mr. Mottley .s to be congratulated on his
courageous speech. The Barbados Gov-
ernment should lose no time in making
strong representations to His Majesty's
Government and drawing to their attention
the growing dissatisfaction with the pre-
sent policy.
Who Should Pay?
EARLIER this month Barbados had the
honour of I visit Era ; Her Royal Highness
1'nncoss Alice anJ .-e Rt. Hon The Earl
of Athlone after the Princess had com-
pleted her installation as Chancellor of the
1 Diversity College of tbe West Indies in
Jamaica. It was a visit to which the people
of this island had look"! forward and of
which they showed their full appreciation
It proved to them that the tin between
the Throne and the Colonial Empire are as
strong as ever and that the Royal Family
are at least aware of our existence and
our desire to maintain our allegiance to
the Empnt'.
celebrations in Barbados in honour
of UlM Royal visit in u ,i itandard tx-fit-
ting the occasion but they had been brought
about without any specir.l provision being
in tht- Government by **aj of cn-
t' -lammcm expenses.
His Excellency the Governor and Mrs.
Savage as mi their duty threw open
mment House to the Royal couple.
In the course of the entertainments scmi.i1
hundred {ueatl were invited to meet the
tl in a continuous round of
J functions. The entertainment was
lavish and the expenee great. But up to
the present, it must be borne by the pocket
of tbe Governor, the one member of the
Civil Establishment whose salary is the
was fifty years ago. And the
present Governor does not boast of being
a rich man.
It would not be in keeping with the
dignity of a Governor, who is after all. the
Kind's Hi pi. .nuiiv<\ to complain over
.ncurred in tlie entertain-
ment of members of the Royal Family but
iich iis tin- visit of Her Royal High-
.nd til,. Earl was not merely a social
rill on i)o Governor and Mrs. Savage, but
' i the deelre of the people of
it should be clear that all
nan Incurred with the Royal visit
should be borne by the Public Treasury.
This nujgeflion is not without precedent
On the occasion of the visit of the Duke of
Windsor as Prince of Wales and the three
Prilicmei tod the Earl of Athlone in
March 1884 the Legislature of this colony
lie sums to defray the cost of
talnment II true that on
units ol the
Royal N
i for entertainment of the
Officers and nun. If there was any justi-
fication then, there .s more now when the
.\ue which can be rendered to
the Empire li to keep it together.
The members of the Royal Family who
visit v.ii ions parti ol" i: .uch as
tlu' Km.. .111,1 Queen and the Princesses
Msiiing South Africa, Prlne Alice and
the Barl ol Athlone visiting the West Indies
and tlu- propoaod visit of the Duke of
Qloueeetei to Nairobi this month and that
of II. Australia, do so as am-
bassadors of Empire. Their pBBMOfll
.: the peoplea of the Commonwealth
shows that there is need to strengthen
those bonds which have made the Empire
hieh Can keep her great.
of tee iieuplc have shown
111 "" .ii' magnanimous; their
apurclalum u! tin atlMM of things WOUl
not Hun. tram vtttaboldl at thai
lanlmll) on this occasion and -.. n is the
duQ nd down to th.- U'n-
islalure a resolution for tuch sums as .night be
...O..I .11 ..> 1. ..ull.ilil,. XjHIKlllUll IIUUIIOI
during the Royal visit.
..ii sums for
causes leu public ba nature and less beneficial
to the eOBUnuntt) have been voted without
ii. In this case there is not likely to be
any dissentu:.. \..i In lbs measure.
Cummings, weary of politics, relaxes
at a social littie evening .
* How So tou reconcile Mi Cum-
mtngs four cartoon last week with
the sentiment' you expressed to ma
about the socuutst Parry, this time,
three tears agot'
[*S
" I only reaa the Sett
Statesman and Satlon~

/ r>op* 4>oiiTf not going to pw
M- i' 'i-oi |Hif drtiuTtnas '*
But I can't urmerstand ichu
gou'rr not a complete nervous
wreck it the eid 01 six week*
oi it."
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>ide
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PRESSURE COOKERS TOTS
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Sitting On The Fence
NOT long ago I foresaw a dis-
tant future in which all nwn-.-
'irliament. including the
Cabinet, would be dogs.
The interest dogs are already
taktng in politics was apparent in
South Norfolk, where a doggie be-
longing to the wife of Christopher
Kaybtw, the Socialist candidate,
bit one of his staunchest sup-
porters
Interviewed, the dog said;
''Amotu "ther things, I must
have swallowed a lot of propa-
! ,il\v,ivs though;
;vfs were well dressed
ind Socialists wore caps and
nmfflers, or ought to.
-Thli tell 1 M M well dressed
I thought he was a Conservative.
POCKET CARTOON
IV) OSAJ KI LA.NV.VSTilR
On more crack out at got
WUberiorce Ml, and tomorrow
unMfJ *iver% ire (joiiiq 'o
carrt a %t'v iboui a tonriu
*? ieur-o a defenceless youth,"
So I bit him. I can only offer my
apologies."
I oVs Old Se*l
Sont;
When the sheer misery of
I tMOOOsM intolerable
and one is feeling rather Rus-
sian, it is heartening to read
about a man who has been
beating his wife cver> n.-
nuig for 18 years.
Jl'ST a clour of lu-ilighf.
When the lights are low.
In the flickering shadows
A softly thudding blow;
Tlwuph the day be weary
And the eeenina drear.
/ shall oa
Just the same thick ear.
Just the sa-a-amc tM-i-i-icl;
e-e-*-r.
I L.I-.1 oiis for
lm(}
The sagging, wrinkled
faces of elderly women are
Hj V illiinirl
l.llllllMIH
now being ironed out with a
flat-iron."A beauty article.
MOTHER, make the iron hot.
Aunties lace has sagged a lot.
Clearly, it's our painful duty
To restore our auntie's beauty.
Hurry, Alice, hurry, Mabel,
i'rrap her on the kitchen table.
Do not heed her jrantic shout.
WHnkttM must be ironed out.
Careful, Gertrude, don't be rough.
Stop when auntie's had enough.
Steady Mary, steady Jane,
Must you burn her note again?
Alice. Mabel, are you dreaming?
Cant you hear your auntie
screaming?
Take that iron off her /ace.
That is not its resting-place.
When \W* (older
and (older
A SCIENTIST 11hey re all over
the place) thinks the weather
in Britain will get colder and cold-
er. Yet another thinks women will
one day be 10ft. high with barrel
chests and enormous appetites.
This will make the bigger wo-
men of the future look much
worse. A new ice age will grow
hair on their barrel chests.
Their massive laws will become
purple with frost t>ite. and their
terrible appetites will be satisfied
only with raw meat and whale
blubber.
As we also believe that steam
heating is unhealthy, we shall get
colder and colder as the weather
gets worse and worse.
It is bad enough to foresee
future full of purple-faced women
ted feet high.
But if we are also going to have
icebergs all round the coast, polar
bean In the back garden, and
< roaming the *
munching blubber sand-
wiches, then roll 00 the next war,
come what may.
I*ii I Viltm
Wonderful?
IT Cannot now he very lon,-
Refore the birds burst into
son*
And folks become hysterlkll
About Ihe hl.M.inim. daffodil.
Hie itch'uses will soon be out.
Then up will xo a mighty ihout
From the lou-r and the upper ten
And links and tired business men
"The spring has cornel How loo
divine:
Lets walk beside the Serpentine "
With the lirst icreen. lender thoals
Come little hum production soots:
For every wild Mower in the grass
There is some gaudy, vulga-
llls jacket tightened at the waUI.
Attired in appalling taste.
Why does Nature In the spring
Adorn and colour everything?
With these exceptions, you and me.
Who dres*. ourselves atrociously,
Onllallowedlaround
"There are no fewer than
seven titled grandmothers liv-
ing in one square mile of Lon-
uuii. Uuiv- writer.
PAU8M a moment, tiny tot,
Bel ore you tread this hal-
lowed spot,
L>u rWf SfeVlM M u.uuitiiiU IMiltHy,
U..-U gntm*n
\ji U.a ta aii.^u. .iiui.u. iu.1*.
i-oi.* iim mi 'ta dnaft HM "'
Ii eiii i. rVi K-'rw "***'
H r fO*M leetfl made oj gold.'
Dues sue HtfC4 Idem out Ut ntjMI
lUutn Q'ey or white!'
Uoes she get her ringlets wet
tVhtM btUhtssg ut her coronet?"
Kemeiuber tcvry grand ma niinan
Is probably a douagah.
Or possibly a marchioness.
Or just a blowsy baroness.
Child, your curiosity
About our aristocracy.
Though natural and undcrstude
Is rrry. uery, very rude,
A dowager or marchioness
Is often hiniiflii . more or less.
L.fc.S.
Today's Thought
Fame is what >ou have takrn
Character b what you give
When to this truth you waken
Then you beglm to live.
BAYARD TAYLOR
(Improvisations)
OIH HI All! IIS S\..

a most valii.u
ties. In
years its work has been hampered
by not.' having tta
quarteti
kha lo the generosity of tho
kind
own building e/hlch h.<
i i on the Bay Lands, ai
work vlitablo
.
lUon, the
LM Asso-
budg> I
although making every effort to
economise, these still M
$3A0Q to run the Associu..
We B appeal to the
pubin meintato thle
most useful organisation by sub-
i| half of the required
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S/MH-chet
To The Editor. The Advocate,
BIB, -It U regrettable that it
H .
. I eches are made bj
n-puUble journal.
I i reasons of space dj
It be deemed expedient to con-
dense, then tare should be taken
to ensure that what is allov
remain of the origi:
makes | writing ro-
Kiii. tnd ea tppracuiUve
I of focal issues; anu
nut unreasonable to expect a re-
cognition of the simple [
uour Roll of a school with
Ad tradilion.il impli-
cations, is a most important in-
gredient' of any headmaster's
pooch OB LbsMth !>.%
Win wee this omitted?
\ FARMER
The Lodge School,
March 17. 1950.
risffli
To The :
SIR
sstsfevsrasun ai
.r netgti ? in
loniee. Trinidad and Brtctah
i. with those

iwrsonal expeneiuc
with Ihe Blectric Supply Corpora-
don on rates for my house I think
HO still more
etartUng.
In la:... i49, I purchased a
house in Marine Gardens which
illy wired for electricity, and
which was supplied to the former
owner at the rate of 5 cents per
with the 20% sur-
I i>wner.
applied to the Eleeti lc Supply Cor-
'< en-
no DOW wiring or other
1 was Informed that 1
i have to pay for the same
service 18 cents per unit 21M*
i'.h 21% surcharge.
I know several people who havo
ly, or are now building,
houses and they, too, are being
charged this rj rate.
It surprises me that these new
rs have not yet told their
- ..
pavntion the right to do this? I
oteOsBoKaakd that any form of dis-
. runinsUon In rates charged to>
c fiBumcr? of lass b
by the Acta
h the company upcr-
PMr
iENOERSON
Just So
To The Editor. The Aduocote,
SIR.Surely the appropriate
IWtUtaOn to the "High Tyme" leg
controversy is "Horn Soil out
Mai Y Pense"?
T. WU-KER PATON.
Pavilion Lodge,
Hastings,
March 17, 11*50.
Air Mail*
To Thi- Editor. The Adrocdte.
SIR,In your issue of to-day.
Carib writes under the caption
"An Advantage" that mail from
England by TC.A is getting
here quicker than it used to. All
air mails from England are des-
patched to Barbados by B.O.A.C.
via Jamaica and onwards by
B W I A
H N ARMSTRONG.
Colonial Postmaster.
March IS. 1950
\<< Quicker
To The Editor, The Advocate,
Sl- I ;..per ol IMh
Inst under Carib Callina
the heading "An Advantage", it
is stated that Mall from England
by T C A gets here much quick-
er than It u*ed to.
We would call vour attention to
tbe fact that all Air Mails from
England arc despatched to Barba-
dos by B O A C and B.W.I.A.,
which our Colonial Postmaster has
confirmed.
J. PERCY TAYLOR.
Branch Manager.
British West Indian Airways Ltd.
Hoxing
SIR, 1 am in receipt of the
following communication from the
Trinidad Boxing Board or Control.
The Secretary of the Board of
Control writes: "We have in Trini-
dad a Boxing Board of Control
wfalen is the Supreme Authority
in Boxing both Amateur and Pro-
fessional here. As such, no pro-
fessional boxer could leave these)
shores to right abroad as an ama-
teur, more so with the Amateur
Boxing Association. Each amateur
boxer was given a duplicate of
his amateur certificate duly signed
by the Secretary ol the Trinidad
and Tobago Amateur Boxing
Association.
"I beg to state for the informa-
tion of all concerned thn*
neth Wallace, our welterweight,
is 18 years old and has been at-
tending the Vicioria Institute H<
has only been boxing eight months.
He has only had four public fights.
having lost two and won two. Hi.<
fifth public fight was against
Geoffrey Perkins of Barbados. He
belongs to the Serene Gym, wtMCSj
he gei* his training from Mr J. M
Douglass, manager-trainer of both
West Indian crowned champion*
Gentle Daniel and Boawell St
Louis. Kenneth Wallace has never
fought professionally and has no
intention of doing so in the near
future, as he l.s not up to profes-
sional suandard. 1 might mention
that Kenneth Wallace was rated
as our No. 2 Amateur Welter-
weight, our first being E. Masor
of the Serene Gym "
I may mention that I am ir
possession of Kenneth Wallace's
amaveur certificate of registration
L, A, LYNCH,
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% hat Does AurioFs
fcfeit To U.K. Mean?
(By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS)
LONDON
we BRIEF VISIT 01 Presiaen; Auriol of France pav-
. ,nh his *e. i neighbourly call at Buckingham Palace
;l-SPAV. MARCH 19, 1950
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE NINE
Tim U distance between ''"'" """>" T "wniry of th.
SUie. Is tar erealer &*"*" ">'"' hav,
.IS two nation, of the **" s^fn l^'y Th,s lorn
d, t " recShnauance has unpleasan
possibilities. But we should bo-
to this great American new
*,gg 10a strict and packed timetable with real cordial-
J The last event of the visita ballet at Covent tlaruc.
lumincly retrieved some ol the lost glitter and charm oi
jjjn life ol a almost forgotten pre-war.
_, Garten Itself had a comes a -story" more improbable
. new decor by Oliver than any ever dreamt And vet
I 'The great occasion had Why not? Here it is .\ir '
Jar ot aristocratic dignity Dimmick. sales manager of An
I-irt visitors lo England Powder Co. (does u s,,,
, ixn 10 recognise more powder to apaches? Or does
HW we can see It our- make a little powder lo turn u
into apaches? I know noli. a'
Uut ail the right 37. '^ jn ..""r "ream
1 middlip founded on h^LEI0' f thc machine h,
Tol Britain and the "^,.( > Mexica,
7rnu.ee a fraction of a S' ,,""'"' * avi',r h"-'
* - -.....- hetween fr"n ""T081 cvy country of th.
erealer V
, iirnen iwo nations
psjweslui. t h o u s a i
g ipart Kroas the world
JSLy joint armies there is ? **"" "'" th* age
Kei of common fortune ^jjlf ' make whom be-
^.IteAnzic force ol the "c,p "nBt-
rzSfnd""1""" AU"r,"a MPs *" B*i"B Brutal.,
A Tens* Week Treated
k,An* too cTe U> p^Uri.*
.-cpolt.cav.-eeK. Ull.lr ..,.. ,.,
fit Oovemme.il falling orKM or dUrunUK, sl
*.: with the backwash ,he ,,rok,.
fcoiannj case of Dr. Pucha. ambulances were lo be used ..'
0B, against tense politics lon< M , move
h human Merest, what puI Member', life in dang""
ja, worthy, witty. Social!. Ncxl k , mU
of France and his elegant twlc0 The suain on inVpolitlva
IWpt.thenM.lve. news- s).slem 0| ,,, &1"
"S^SL. InL-T. mcnt w"houl Kunpromae, with .
i^iL?5^ crimson ban- mtense A ween ago il seemc
ZFL^?Z*"%ZZ C"> 'night agree u
ether did It. early-Spring walt , ,he Govcrnmcn, hav0 ,
length of pulitu-.il rope, and hop.
ht loe King anu i^ueeu en- would hang itself. Now Mi
M, Mr. oev.ii, in ue Churchill and hu. party seem kee.
mbce, was Hard al won to puin ,ft* Government over .
H lor some reauiy in uie clUl toon pcoaible. Con-
uaaiale. i route, ainva titutional questions arc bein;
, a* nau a uulntor o. Pushed lo the forefront by th.
a policy, ane has wanteu clos* (iivision of political powc.
mr oer lou uiwrnaUonai between the two big parties. One
P-Hnjged In Uie din by " " which Mr. Churchil
Iftoca, loo ha. been suggested, is to remodel Ihe voUnj
caacernea wild the future system m such a way that the
lavaiiy. over nve years Liberal, get a number of M.P's In
ant been some acule uirler- lhe House of Common, in propor-
i between French policy, tion t0 the vu,e lhey receive .i
^ dktnulful of any polltl- elections. This would bring their
wrd, and Amtrican policy, "umber from nine up lo forty or
Iready to see a change of flIly- Naturally, then, the Social-
tte welcoming smile ol 1** Government would be out-
lawed people. In these voted, and could not rule. unle>-
I-over uie export of tier- '* confined itself to measure, ac-
* coal, over the political ceptable to Liberals. Mr. Church-
r* ol the new Germany, '" scheme, which is attractive,
fccontrol of Gcnii.ui heavy naturally, to Liberals, has tht-
Britain ha, b e n n,her '"* thai It would be n
wmd peacemaker, (sorni- Kr"1 *ln ,0 Conservatives! It
InaU, puiiled and un- ""* lh" Conservatives coul"
belween Fans a n d nev'r b* very Tory, any more
Ito. Recent news from Mr Churchill's vmire-.tion is be-
I raighl indeed encourage inff interprete'l as indication thai
welch lo say a bitter "I told he believes Tories can never rule
the country, for long, alone. This
take. Into account the fact, of
life In the post-war Rriiainthe
rise of the prestige of Ihe Trade
Unions, and solid -upporl of in-
Mi-lnal England (or Socialism
RUTH and I
0v Vi^'iM' Khama
4 Statement to the British People
BECAUSE I dind to love and
accept the love of a wlvte woman
our puniihment is 13 be exiled fur
DM next ;lve years from my coun-
try. Bechuanaland. whith |fl r-
siie of France.
The creat majority of mv people.
I n assured, are hornned bv thi
Bntish Governments tttka.
They and I resard
Drtrayal of the trust that Bech.i-
analand has reposed m Britain
for more than hall a centurv sine*!
Kln Khama. my grandfather,
-ame to England to ask Queen
victoria to take our people undn
licr protection whin I
threatened by the Transvaal Boers
TAhekediV Action
IT was my misforU.:
dvpnved of parental car*- U-t.v.
i ivm tan,
My upbringing became th-
responsibility of Tshek. -
King Khama by .us fourth marri-
age. I have always regarded him
as an uncle.
Most of the speakers at the
second assembly considered I had
i-een wrong in not consulting the
tribe before marrying. They did
not. however, consider that this
omission should deprive me of my
i>os:tion as chief-designate.
Shouts of Approval
IT was agreed that I should
icturn to Britain to finish my law-
studies and then return
montht' tune to attend the third
..ssembly.
i hat third meenng went on for
Ave days. I called upon all thCM
who favoured Tshekedi to stand
up and 43 stood up. I then called
upon .ill those who would accept
me as chief and my wife.
The meeting rose to Hi I
Pula "
This word, manning "Rain," is
the Bechuana way ol H
strong approval of anything
i reived the
congratulations of 8 I Kvohi.
Invitation was a trap to lure
Ruth and me out of Bechuana-
land. and that we might not be
allowed to return.
Wl received numerous official
assurances that we were not being
shanghaied, but all requests for
a written undertaking that we
should be allowed to return were
turned down.
Mr Kracnkel. my legal adviser,
was given an emphatic assurance
Hi Clarke, the Imperial
. that there could be no
question of my being barred from
Berhuanaland in view of mv
birth there. But he would not
give DM this in writing.
When a tribal delegation made
request it was also re-
jected. We decided that Ruth
should remain at home.
>rked disappoint men t .it
Ruth's non-appearance In London
seemed to justify our suspicions
of Government intentions.
Our Fnte Settled
S Cfr*perMiiu(
I trusied Germans are not
i the control ol
T, toese unuersunajng
P* kicking up as much
W they dare at the
gaJosd programme of dis-
their war industries.
has been to bring
The Crime Wave. Up And
Down
The same figures can be used
Britain, in view, much to prove both sides of moal
"*r. Now Bevin and ments. You might say irinie in
the French Foreign Britain was diminishing; but then
*uW like to persuade surely it is increasing. Both are
aW*1, Ihc u s Secre- right. The total of crimes re-
M State to come over to ported, and of convictions of
itH k*** "other talk criminals is falling. M> m
2J*fy- He does not guess Is that the drying up of
P*** to come. Indeed easy money to be earned by "wide
.ajjnfni of distressed re- boys" in fairly simple little
of American policy rackets has lowered the general
Jput through !>efore he crime figures. But it has also
IV a ,oin thls Confer- made crime harder to Ml
J* idea of Western Ger- and driven criminals to organize
valuable bastion against themselves In gangs and use
r-R to being considered violence. So the number of
."^Just being perceived atrocious attacks, usu.
I^yj" Germany great women, is rising Crime Is be-
" tttracting concessions coming gangster-run. I expect it
a h-21 *nd ,hcn m*""1* i* natural that Judges and police
cnMsed status to the nhould immediately suggest that
^"* and that might flogging, with the cat. which was
fci, bltler ru.t of abolished two years ago should
6-*tt *ould be a new be re-intro ?uced. Personally 1
* w 1839 twtween doubt whether this will happen
_ Germany and Com- No Government will want lo take
F" a step Olat Is retrograde and
(TKpv i i. n would nut Rritain in the nniti"
lf*> An H-Homb ? f being the one and only nvil-
l ,-,, Ised. non-Communist eou
NAa^fc*!? courtMy shrining nhysical violence in 1U
rtean Press Agency. ^^ ^^
has been the
mage tie mid
t the beginning: "1 do
White blood in the Khama family."

and then.
when that failed, he tried to bring
about separation.
I have heard stories, for the
truth of which I ant
vouch, that after Ruth '
id eptad tny proposal Tshekedi had
hopes that she would, foi
larntton, break off the
engagement.
Hut I marriM n woman of
.ha racier.
At Oxlord
THIS story begins *l
uncle decided I would be better
iltted for my future responsibil-
ities as tribal chieftain if 1 com-
pleted my education in Britain
[ had two happy years
University. Afterwards 1 went to
London to study law.
I stayed with other Colonial
students at a hostel, and thei-
at a gathering I uas introduced to
the girl who is now my wifl
did not meet her for the first Ur-
al a West End dance hall, as hau
been reported.
Ruth's parents were a
happy at the association, but their
opposition passed.
Ruth has been described as a
typist, but, in fact, thl
position of trust at Lloyd's.
1 wrote to my uncle seckin
at to the man
immediately cabled back object ng
to my marrying Ruth or any other
woman.
Ruth and I discussed his objec
tion. but resolved to face th
'
at KeiiMngton Register Offlce 0 i
er 29. 1948.
1-day Assembly
SHORTLY ifterwardg i want
. untie. He laO-
mediately called a kgotl.i.
assembly at which we discuss
tribal affairs in the open air.
TWO other nsscmblics were held
to complete the discussions. The
fir.-l. held at Seiuwe. our oapiUl.
unit on foe font
Mv uncle mad.
clear, and the majority of my
women ba ng exclud-
ad from kgotlasopposed my
marriage on the ground that it
had been arranged without tribal
content.
.Iso agreed at that first
meeting that I had been wrong In
marrying a white woman. I re-
minded my people that Kin*;
Khama had not sought i
at least two of his four man ages.
And that Tshekedi had not obtain-
ed consent to his marriage.
I also claimed that there wa
nothing in tribal law forbidding
me marrym*: white woman.
Many younger members of the
tr'be were sympathetic to me
bad been silein i
mile ruling that nobody under 40
should be allowed to address me
kgotta.
>nd RUTH
iianng, the High Commi^ioiKr.
ba expected to
'i.iinnation of my recog-
nition as chief from Ixmdon in
11 weeks
xpected tc
FTom South Africa.
but that the matter was a domestic
one that did not eon
Union.
PlBdfatap Setrrl
xt move was to
inquirj 'it
i-iessure In
other quarters was al
to bear against rne.
The tnqulry went into the
qu< lUon g .issemoly
that app-Ki | had been
constituted and wl.-inu
Ol and proper person to

Mr. Ellenbergcr, the Govern-
Msnitaiive. m his evi-
uVd the tribe had a history
of squabbles.
He also said that, as the South
African Government had banned
me from its territory, it would In.'
difficult f<-r me to keep in consul-
latlon with the Resident uom-
mlM oner at Mafeking.
The inquiry w.is
fairly, but its findings ha.v been
i ! This handicapped my
i lien thev pn
it during
'he past
\ Warn WcJcoai
RUTH came out to D
land before tne inqu.i -
pravtotad
welcomed at the Franctstown .*ir
IK't-t. but there was no
the w.irmth ol Um trl
when wo drove int"
R diculous atari
proad that she would hav io Llvi
-ii .i mud hut
i arrjing water.
Our home, In fact, is
tiva bunijHlow. and W0
- '
cult problem In nu
piped supply to the bungalow i^
being arranged.
Our home is comfortibtv fur-
nished. We have IM
My wife, like most whit
ill probably .lo her
ahopplng by mail order
in Johannesburg. That la, if r
d to live again in
my native land.
kly settled down hap-
i rig many friends both
among the tribe and the white
Ol some
i nt officials have been
aloof.
Tribe Feared Trap
WHILE -he open-
ing of the judicial inquiry, the
British Qovtnunant representa-
proval when I carried out numer-
ous duties us tribal chief.
Then came word from Sir
Evelyn Ttaring that I had been
invited to discuss matters with
tary for Commonwealth
Relations, in lx.ndon.
When 1 consulted the tribe about
this there was a feeling that the
BEFORE our talks had aaN
far I formed the impression that
the Government had already
reached a decision and that
nothing we said would make
much difference.
1 was asked to consider relin-
quishing parmananU] all claims
to the chieftainship. This was nol
acceptable to me*
I suggested that 1 should be
given a trial period of office as
chief.
It was the i.ovemment argu-
ment that my return to Heehu.m.i-
land would provoke disturbances
My answer was that the Govern-
ment could easily depose me if
that happened.
Mr. Patrick Gordon-Warker, the
new Secretary of the Common-
wealth Relations Office, said that
one of the reasons I had not been
confirmed as chief was that the*
wished to make tribal administra'-
tlon more democratic by allowing
more people to have a say in
The running of the country.
1 replied that reforms could be I
introduced during my probation- I
ership as chief.
Kruenkel said that he was 1
authorised by the other seven
Hechu.maland tribes to saj
-upporie.t u lie produced a1
sed bv one of them
When 1 arrived for the last ..f
these discussions Mr. Gordon-
Walker read to rne a document
Rattling "in fate Banlghmenl
from my homeland for five years
was the -cntenee meted out to
HNM-if u ay wife.
Wi reminded Mr.
Patrick Gordon-Walker that I am I
loneerned in an important law- i
suit involving the inheritance left
by King Khnmn and held al pros- .
ent by Tshekedi.
It is aaaential that I return to
Bechuanaland for the preparation
^ case, which comes up In
April. Thla matter is now being
onaidered.
Cable from Wife
MY wife has cabled me telling
Ol the distress the Goven.;
decision has caused. She is ra>
necting our first-born in June.
Where Is our child to be born?
I shall not obey the Govern-
ment's edict until we have ex-
hausted every lawful means of
on 1 bating it.
The Government denies that
prejudice influenced the
oat considera-
tions for the "colour bar" ;
>f the Government of South
Africa brought about my banish-
Hut world opinion seems to
'hat I have been the victim
4 iM>th
I think the disturbances thai
.ent pretends
to fear might arise from my re-
turn to Dechuanaland will Im-
-
that may spread through the
British Colonial Bm|
result of its clumsy handling of
this affair.
Freedom for a man to many
the woman of his choice and the
democratic right of pnojpti
choose their own form of aa
mcnt are the principles at stake.
WORLD COPYRIGHT
Wagon
Trail In
Barbuda
Forty miles north of Antigua 1;
the coral island of Barbuda, part
of the Presidency of Antigua.
Known as a Sportsman's Para-
y almost
everyone else M UM Wl
Hut four Federal (lovernmetv.
officers paid their firs\ !9S0 routuu
visit to Barbuda on March 4. Tho
party comprised of P
Griffin. Senior Federal Madke
Officer. Mi* Jotl
Engineer, Mr. Jl]
ant Federal Engineer and Mr
Clifford Palmer. Federal DtroctO
of Education.
They left Antigua
iround 3.30 a in. on II
and arrived at Barbud.i
point to Anttgua
nrer. within m\
his inot that angtnaen have beat
onsidering the poaalbilll I
structing a pier wh.,
facilitate a naarai
nter-island boats. In Uh
here is an old
posed and not .
'
.eather but not D
misiderably shorten the VOjnUM
.etween the two islands au
n>thods of transportatii :
-ington Village which
'bran and a half nrles at
hen be improved. Tl <
UHiaon and stayed five d l
: ion Mi
Gomel.
Having dlaeanbarked
minenl I Iffici .

.ix hours later al
hart winch la In
lagoon a great o. -
flowing the n <
inch might i oeed new larui
The pnnuii>
iik angli
v\ ater u] ;
winch in son..
adequate UUU1
Antigua Than
wells, some salt, and a
lor hum..
problem
tha best
water lo tha nn fm < "iak ng
possibly >

is most susceptible to
droughts.
lattraet
now being carried out I
with onions, tobacco .
protnlaa, .
ary if tins kaland
i
t.;igua. but tlu
to cultivate this item i
|y if marki I
sought.
Mr. Pah'
on BaiLo Ii
uid seeing the n
Government ttgM
from Antigu.i :
Anglican school llol.v :
With tru
apartment
Palmer arranged three
ed the opportune-
'Um-. of moat n

dancing, col
I
the inhabitants.
It is hoped that Antl
i runent Officer! a II
up with visits '. Bai
.iulil ippi
of such oppoiti.
I jm t proud (onsuroer of ... .
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I'M.I II \
SI SUM ADVOCATI.
StTCBAVMAMli,.,
MADAME BROMOVA
Bromova w
work

to talk iibo
here. C
alir
lumnffe
; ,.pularitv o(*
voutKol our corn.- --n Midjme -
A n previously Iwn noted J.skrt about hor
from time to tim. training
~\hr proirws which hOse.m,.,l more
ylarbado* nd her pupil
,,-,'both subjects
,. I in her praises and H
I. full, or.lv to meel of her pupil.
. Thra-' and their parents to realise the
iToction
|he> (eel tor her
Ml Savalc havek On the subject of her own
.,, .'ndume
the.r patron-BBromm ,kedancmBa
." rltttlCM will teR
i he as
1.-1,11 and this.
By A Correspondent
membra
oMhr< \I;Kl;.mr
Bron<
nf Perform-
ance-1 n '** OI ^ir
Seal Fonnria-




school { Ballel in London, which
,p to 1939 when

For ihc purpose of thl
be
important Apart from interest-
- development of
America, during 1944
when she w i? m Washington Ii ( .
:i was not until she came to Bar-
'. in 1945. that Madame
hnri anv thought or in-
MflMOD of rwuming her BetiViUee
that she

Ilayden our form*.- Director i '
Education. She has pvi
!
appreciated and the achievements
irth while.
Her main anxiety now is to en-*
sure that the work will he carriec"
on. With this in vie
ensure the continuity of v
and the maintenance of its stand-
ards and traditions. Madame Br.
- dcliffc and she is ex- KartW London School.
. here with her* '' \p\
MADAM1 8*0*01 \
jlUon Fuiui to provide homes for
Physical Training Ac*
thai she displayed
for danc-l
rithin a comparative.}!
Ihort time found herself on the!
tail of the establishment
M.id.ime Anna Pavlov;
il her rare visits to Lon-I
lj Anna Bro-|"trainen
reek*, di. Pm fact one of her ma
: Cotant Oar-lsersc Moroeofl of the Impei ;
Ballet, a master and part- {Yorks tre. Ij*>nnjn
all nlcht about the ballet. Mo. Enfci ol MedameBromova herself jlJg"
:lv however, she also man-nincd,- ] ^,

I
M0LL1 IADCUFFI
School
ring.
: i :in audition wit)
I Mordkin. then Al "
'| partner, and within :A
1
11
I
ed over two years, and the hall. 2
over 100 towns in th I
On hei nW H
te Bromova |
i ilaiK-ri.
Bel
the maestro Cecchfttf Bfld
teat manager and Unpri
Serge Diaghfiev. Those were th
Kamvlna, Lop< -
Nljinsky names which n
known to all ballet fans,
upoirtmcnt
Then came a great disappoint-
ment The I"-
in South Ami
Madame Bron
persuade her parents (> lei t
ning ibe The I
lour of Europe

nant of the com pan J !
to get
nothing worse than (he U
most of har personal helongmjv
and all hervtage dresses and othei
The small remnant of thii
formed the nucleus of another
Company, sponsored I

.tra cm nen 11 Loadon, md i
odUCed 'Hum '.
tthe WU At th.r period glso
SUM principal dancer
0j a musical operetta
. Mine" ;it the S'
y but she found
0 that .i teacher and
hi Mi ln
RfcdCllfn
r for lea
t in : BBjC has
SERGE MOROSOFF AND ANNA BR
Rhapsody," at the Coliseum Theatre, L
been a professor of the scholars of
the R.A.D. since then. Besides
lontiibuting periodically to the
Dancing Times" she became a
member of the Education Com-
mittee of the R.A.*>. in 1944. and
helped to compile the Academy's
Ballet In Education Children's
Syllabus". In 1936 and again in
1948 she toured Great Britain
teaching and demonstrating the
R.A.D. syllabus: and during the
last three years she has been on
the teaching staff of the R.A.D.
/eachers' Training Course.
Latterly also and with Arnold
Haskell on the ballet she has given Lec-
ture demonstrations all over Bri-
tain, including visits to the Uni-
versities of Bristol. Nottingham
and London.
two such teachers there is
no reason to doubt the future
prosperity and success of our
local ballet school. Madame Bro-
mova herself is shortly dug to
leave for England for a well earn-
ed vacation. To say that she utfll
be missed would be a gross i.us-
understutement but at least we
can be grateful to her far all her
afl .its and (or leaving the school
tn such capable hands. Bon Voy-
age and a happy holiday
' B Bromovaour warmeft
wMftni md thnnks go with you.
Dr. Harris's Organ
ItVrifal At The
Cathedral
A LARGE and appreciative I
audience including His Excel-
hncy the Governor and Mrs
Savage listened on Monday after-
noon to Dr. W. H. Harris
C.V.O. as he gave an Org.iv.
Recital in the Cathedral.
It was an inspiring perform-
tnd was given, aoove all.
with exquisite taste and restrain!
0| '.In- organ to the
Hv;.ntage as a musical
instrument, and not as a jugger-
naut capable of over-riding all
sense of musical feeling and
dignity.
Dr. Harris was a pupil of that
.lacher and musical giant
.-in Walter Parran, whom, even-
tually, he succeeded at Windsor
it..1 uu Mon-
. i rresistahly remindea
ol that great masters impi
md defJeaey ol execu-

it was a happy thought to fi>l
the G major Prelude ...;..
Jig1 Fugue, a joll>
evidently composed bg
' 'Us 'wig off".
Ifficult to single out an;
teen above others, but uu
cito Of Mozart, and
!* Uttle fane
ie Flutes' by Pietr i 'i
i A, Lncidentaliy, entuei. on
bancel Organ i wren
joy to listen to.
Spec al mention must 1 .
of Dr. Uarria'a extremely efl
tratiOOl which won- iiuiir.i,
a model of what such should be
The two new stop... tin Zauh-sr-
given by Mrs. Hahne.nan
Bayley and the Narard were
used for the ilrst time at a recl-
tai, and full use was made of
them by the performer.
Dr Harris was delighted
and so excellent an Instrument
in Barbudos. thouj... hj
already been shown the Spec ti-
.iii'jit in London, and he en
pressed the hope that he would,
iay. be able to give another
recitala hope that it Is certain
that all who heard him on this
occasion will share.
G. H
foot itch Cause
Killed in 4 Da
Pain and Itching ^ "J
Stopped
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on your ft rnwk mid p*lT Aro th.r*
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tlmea that they actually ble*d* If you
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jiiur troubla. Fortunali'ty It at Ift-t la
poaalblfi toovrri'iim* theaa foot tmoblaa
and aluo vrm tho moat stntihorn ring-
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arrlptlnn Nlxodormbaiu>d mi the pre-
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^nvMABCH 1, 1950
Chou En Lai
Reuses L.S.
Cocoa Producers
Will Get Rise
SUNDAY \l)V
PAGE ELEVEN
,-
faie I
,-*! 3.0 D.i. Syng
1 **- Advocate OnvMn,,
., KINGS
Product o. coffee and coco,
< ording to reports
_ culaUon .bout to ct an increase
Bishop Of Aiding Safe
Jamaica F Navigation
Enthroned
ol the Dcmo-
0t Vietnam, ot
300'-, baton
growers are
" A ., ...mfcnl.
GEOKGKi'on..
-reate .,... ,, ._____ A r"OL-R-PH,E beacon
In the case of codec KINGSTON. Jamaica. (By Mail) rM and wh,:
selling at roughly The Rt Rev Basil Montague bMn "bl
world prices, the Dale. MA. was enthroned .is Lord ,0 ,he Waini River. Don
pected to get Bishop ot Jamaica in the ancient >*>>'" British Guiana
i yes- "* Venezuela. S
~ hours 'True) off the Waini P
r his arrival from England Latitude 8 3J- N.. 1-oniii-
8* W., and in 9 lect ol water
ellency ihe Governor Th* establishment ol
sir John Muggins G.CMG was "eacn is part of a Plan of the
it the ..ervice which was also at- Transport and Harbours Deparl-
ended ty dljnH ., ment lo light the entire seaboard
0 for Clu.ia. ana cocoa Despite high world wl
-^bKonwIndep-^etVL prices ahe Canadian ma:;
F.^wful lesson for the lhm hundred shillings for 100 s,
If ST-hole worlc. - ,,., Government 1, sUll payi" f
Li th people ot the col- ,,. Jamaica producer '. "oer ?i,
C^e bn selected or 100 lbs. Government buy, Ke {S^,,
%as objects of as- coffee at this price on behalf of Cnu'cn- ministers of state and * ,he Colony from the Waini to
'JTXmerlcan imperial- tn(. BrlUsh MIniitrv of Food prf "" ,he Corentyne.
the contract Is to last for another ,k Ulshl,P ln hi' sermon told The Walnl Beacon is visible
jm of Ihe Asian peo- ,wo yearswho in turn sells it r*e eongrcgation that he "1 miles away and gives a
".anted by the Asian In Canada at sky prices, keeping "TJf,,ranscious of the vast respon- white flash every 12 seconds
3 *5,^MTitlon( unless the-
^ |m without the consent
yjca is holding nn cmer-
Sul Congress to-mor-
iViuonal Congress ot Ihe
U pirtr-Bel Slum's second
U^ also been called for
l^i Socialists are opposed
{Oil's return.
LFVinish provinces, where
rtiwi generally favours
"iT-.j..- V iim T i.,,
L7l return, Kul Leopold Coronation Market In ^-stern iUh Guiana Trill hn mm.......
"S per cent of the voles. Kingstonis to be closed down for the first time since I94T presently in use. One of the l.in.>-
_"- where the population after a month's notice to allow The Commonwealth section at wil1 ^ kepl in reserve to meet
nib opposed to the King, the reconstruction work, which Earls Court in which the 11 W 1 ''"' '
necessary, to be exhibits will be housed will oe- iX ls not decided to place
The enormous cupy 7,000 square feet. Of thi. lne entrance to the l\
cf the votes cast were in
-Holer.
r .'tUed by 1
riel, and must
' Dsprriallsts. as Ache-
=- ------on Ihe other side
Kb* ocean.' -Heater
Minister
Resigns
Hh profttH
Comic Study
iteihadM Advocat* Com-**-
KINGSTON
iient has set up a Com-
millce to study the Importat on
of comics into the island, as a
result of resolution proposed
by the Hen Douglas Judah and
cepted by the old Legislative
mncil Mr. H. H. Houghton.
Director of Education is the
Chairman.
---------------------~ oc- iv^pun
.ability which rested on him and Tho height of the light is 38
asked their prayers and help in '"' above High Water S|
the days to come. Stressing the Tides, and mariners arc warned
continuity of the purpose of the to keep not less than quarter
Church, he called upon all men nule to the eastward ..:
of Cod, and all who ought lo be Beacon when approarhin the
men of CM. ,. p :,d serve w"im Maw,
the King of Kings.
W.L And British
Industries Fair
At the mouth of the Pom-
croon River the Department has
placed a red conical Buo\ whlc
exhibits a white light. Hashinit
Wry 7 seconds. This buov ll
situate off the mouth of the i
Pomeroon In Latitude 7 391 N.
and Longitude 58 45' W.
Close Down
Jamaica Market
BkrtMdOO AdVOCMf COfTripWlflB,! I
KINGSTON.
Jamaica' biggest market the
In
LONDON (B.
Once again Barbados will not
be represented in the West Indies
4 the British Industries ment
FMr which is to be held simul-
taneously this year at Olympia.
London, and Castle Bromwich. in
UN Mislands, from May 8th to
IWh. For the first time since the
war however, there will be ex-
In Keeping
With the Dopai t-
...;..
keeping
i safe
gramme, four new Fairway buoys
have been imported and wii.
shortly be established outside the
entrance to the Esscquibo. Deni-
erara iind Berbice RlVI
hibits from St. Vincentl and Bri- gS. ''"T, wUI K ^ iT?m ''
tub n....n. ...ni i-------L_____".-., farther distant* th.m the buoy.-
Salt From
Prune
DMlyteij
carried out.
'.ity of country produce area 999 feet 'have been al'lotleil as '"hie here does not v.
which is sold at this market will to British West Indian colonies '
be distnbuted lo the tour other This allocation comprises 749 feet Two leading Marks will also
market! in the Corporate Area which will be arranged by the be placed at the entrance
West India Committee on behalf Berbice River to enable ships,
of the islands, and 250 square feel particularly bauxite vessels, lo
ln which Ihe Colonial Develop- leave and enter in sal, t
ment Corporation will stage on highest tides which gen,
exhibition on behal' of British eur in the early hours of the
Ouiana. morning.
The Trinidad and Tobago stand The Department alfo
will measure 250 square feet plates the early establishment of
Police Commissioner Calver Jamaica will have also the same a Radio Beacon at the I.Kl
...a announced yeaterday thai as soon UJMd Ihe Windward Islands sel at ihe entrance to IVi I
SL S* 'rjv.cn,me,nl'! "PProval will have 137 square feet. A town or at the Ughthouse ashore.
for the addition of twelve m-,re slightly smaller area of 112 square This wl|] enable ship
.from Colonial Devel- ??i^?,-;^'.n*^ 1U5f.i,nSf5"_?- S!i.w,,i.!?_ ,^kf._ver '. to --l
Calver Wants
12 More Women
taubadoa Advocate Carrwparxietu i
KIN'..
Mr Own Cpona>n''
0NDON (By Mail)
..Ulind, one of the Cren-
Gnup, is to receive 2.500
efwlopment M tin- sail
' Here and of
Kobour, Canouan island
n will come as an in-
EL^^^.^'rw,*?' Po"Mwmen lo -tie Jamaica Con- feet w.U be taken over by* Ih.
mm from Colonial Devel- siabulary is received, the selec- West Indian Sea Island
*; ___ "on will 1* made from canrii- Association.
nmt imports salt jnu datea already on the waiting list The British Guiana exhibit will
b^nt.anda.ihehsh- havl 5allsfled lh examiners realuro forcsl products, bauxite. ^T^t
Wjis bemg expanded n ^ fflr hm h ^^^ .SURar and rum eU, n^"rt. of JS^H
local supply -f salt ,B the isUnd Qne Coropral and Final exhibits for the ofhri JJ'n* ?ht" wlU **, S
two constables, all of whom an stalls have not yet been arrant 'hat exiting in most Ant-clan|
doing very good work. ___________________
Cotton when the programme i
plcted Brit! ontin-'
seaboard will be lighted
liwlopment of the Prune
ndiHtry is intended to
tenecKary salt It will
from evaporating sea
a Jrge shallow pans.
idard Goes Up
Trade Disputes
Board Set Up
Mr.
Cube Costs
34,000
:i\r o-n-i-i-.i. r.-i
HSCSTON (By Mall).
I a the standard of the
Local Examinations,
i Barbados Advocate CormpondMtl.
KINGSTON.
Government has set up a Hoard
i Inquire ni'' trade
The Hen. 11. v Alexander,
n Our own CtaiBBeBKtanl
LONDON (B. I
"Mr Cube'' may have MM btl
somewhere arounu
., l: 34.000 up lo last Uctoliei
* i'.BE' Priv>r Councillor and UM liiiannal year enoca. lne lull
fcblntrance KximiiuT So'lrt,or lh Chairman. The report ..1 Tate 4. Ljle's account.
r.nrnv^"h, h ler. "lh" m<1" l fcemillMte a weU ', V ri"'s'',, Cus,M of ''""- """'"> **"*
kxaauni uJ' Hi.her !a.nd- wh is also a solicitor and 13J80 in 1848 to 47,21. .
53S52 would be ell Mr Rudolf Burke, Pm As last year's expenditur
tountries.
In addition to Hgh*f"|
board it is planned to
leading marks at strategic points
along the Esaequibo EUvtr wnleta
wlTI ensure enattn gaiety for
\-essels using the river
ly oceangoing ships transporting
timber overseas.
New York Sends
Flood Relief:
>-ur,;.dc AdVoCJtW C%ii-T(iaM.dnl< i
KTOWN (B|
A CHEQUE for $10000 I
11 y) has been received by
the League of Coai
uraocatc would Uc CH- <. t i. T j a i..............--^- im ixnikuc 01 v-oi j I a. service,ha Tbeon "' Jn,ajc. Agncul ura. from the 1.,'
M h Ihe Rnarri nl rriu- Board "as "**" scl ">' t'onalisation caiiipa.gu, it ,. n H .... .
' "" H"r" "' "U "Oder Ihe Trade Disputes (Art ... assume, the.elo,.. N Yorh oTwhich rl' 1
M ., ,._,_ , '"""I, and Enquiry Uw) and that the rise in costs is due to In. 2Lrk ,."' h"', %S
Hua long-term plan.
JlKTve lo make employ
fc Civil Service pouibl
eho
the terms of reference are: "To ftCttviUM ol Mr. cut*.
ioqidn into the present position The accounts reveal that th.
,,_ ln regard to representational total assets of the company hav
TrT disputes between Trade Unions exu-nded by JC l.Mv.lwi ;j o,-
and to make representations for 791.841. Current assets tou.1 1^,-
:he provision of machinery for, 658.997 against liabilities of o8.-
the settlement of such disputes.".; *3b'.32. leaving net surplus
flsets at f4.223,689.
The trading profit of I
i '<> 14.381,976. a decrease
"171 compared with th
pnvtom year. At 54s 6d the 15s.
Milk Up One PeiLUFfl eTm*,
In B.G.
Drdlnuj units yield nearly 5 per has been looking into Uv
. Boot] on u IB per cent dividend ability of soils an Potaro River District !
h A Development in Jamaica i. Colony on Tuesday. During his
olJ shown on the balance
an Increase in the retail price ofj have amounted to 34,301. con frvm various parts of the dia-
milk Don 8 cenU per pint to pared W|th 853,817 i 1948. The iVlcl but the data oolle. <
10 cents per pint affec- higher amount in tin pnvtou undei conaMonUon.
live from Thursday. aUrcl. , ymr %raa due to the cnmi:'.
This higher price is intended, in( 0f ihe Monymusk sugar f.
Iiarlicular, to off-set increasing, completed last summer,
cosu of production, in the cast xhe 5^^, ot the -hiving off'
o( farmers feeding their cows or. um year of the company's asset>
balanced rations containing im- into Tate & L>le Investments an
ported and other feeding Itufllilnlvflrtown Services has not been feripUon
Ihe prices of which have risen it ^reflected in the balance sheei
|Utnn of devaluation ofjtproftt and loss account. Tin
uterTTng and other factors. ^.onstruction was carried through
C.N.S. Ration the date of the report.
Kmyning Is Secretary. The
cheque has been handed over ir I
ihe Mayor's Central Flood Ke- [
lief Fund.
Soil Survey Ends:
'Dawtadoa Advoc*U COTTMapuurfi-ut
GEOHGETOWN (By Mail).
C. F. CHARTER. Chief I
Soil Chemist of the Deport
of Agriculture, Gold Coast, who
Treasury Bilk
IVlrtlaWlO- AdVOCI.tr VtWTfV'
KINGSTI >'.
Govenunont is inviting sub-1
Mther issue ol
BlUi
April 1 Hills Will bl sold to th-
three months later :<\ [10Q
I. Itfi*ml>'i|hti
ihnr^hjlfthtnmi
1 kttp th*
leither 10ft and
tuppla.
i it puti back orijinil roloyr into
th leather.
KIWI
Tiw QuoiiUi Sk0 P-DU^k
Nine colours available : KIWI BUCK, DARK
TAN. HIO TAN, TAN, MOWN, OX BLOOD
A MAHOGANYwith BLUE A TRANSPARENT
especially for Udin* Shoes.
IW GENERAL ACttCY CO. (IAMAD0S) L?B.. f.0. I0X 27, RIKETOWt
Alka-Sillzir ini|s pliisul ullil
Alka-Seltser gives you the quick
relief you want PLUS the alks-
lixer you need when overeating
causes eicess gastric acidity. Drop
one or two tablets in n glass of
water watch it fin. then drink it
down. It's reliable First Aid. Pleas-
ant-tasting. Not a laxative: Alka-
SelUer makes you ieel fine last.
TlM* of
11 a 30 I-.I.UI..
strikes
remember'
Phensic /
When you fed itjfl ui;h pnj] mj
everj- movement makes you want
to cr>- out remember Pfagaticl
l*hcnsic will quickly case and
MKXhc the agony, hit pain-caused
fatigue, remove ihe ganj
lhensie neither harms the heart
nor upsets the stomach. Be pre-
pared for nddofl pain keep a
supply ol Phensic handy.
Alka-Seltzer
MI1IS laiORAtOIIIS. INC ItMHAttl INO USA
f$ ^i^ LUXURY
PERFUME
Phensi
f...............
FROM HEADtCKES. RHEUMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO
NERVE PAINS. NEURALGIA. INFIUENIA. COLDS & CHILLS <
LiSViOtS
"EASTER
EGGS''
in various sizes...
within your reach always
'' incc ot an rxpemive perfume 11 within easy
. r>u perfumes into tiny handbag
phiali. Warm, voluptuous No. 5 ; Oreat Expectation!
" g'y-going mood; romantic bitter-sweet
Darkling, open-air Goya I leither.
Gift Siio.......lit.I
Goya Handbag Phtal I 9
T33-
NtwaONOSTKfir -LONDON
*. . ...... a c in. r.o. >.. 171 ><
"Soaping" dulls hair
0
HAIO ffajfat/
Give the KiiUij.-s .1 nal Inal ihi- i;\sti;k. iImj will
Maj*y il .
. bJm have laifa s-lr< ti.....,l ( n\l I < i mim;ky.
CHOLOI.ATHS in Kaiio l.ill II..m.
FAN! \ II1SI MI'S 111 Small ft Lam Tin-.
I It lit..
Ttwae ilrins arc ul.-al li.r ili.n BASTED PICNIC M
WEEKEND. _
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pin/1 nn hni Mi nm 9mm
latnU or emn loanpaoa hUn In naiurji
limrc with dulllnit Map nlm.

rwihiawda1nw liair'a ntuunl hano, Mrtt
..... '" nntinnpoo, HaJofarnaieaH il.....-
mernj IkVrffchti I. Inw lati..,
'"Jk .....,kl> Inani kiml of water or.
'.....' '"'" rWln* ihaf, liniruu., uw KaJo
OirorDrvlij
lnAm,,Ha,HaUmdMlUatUlH,r,h*mpem> Iht
'l na/urit >.;/,,*,
mi
uiih LIPSTICK Ml Mil s
inspired by PABIS!
Krow Part- nk*M "nnV ol* tbr durkl lac ar***. -mini. makr-up ba.ln. mhleh impira
lack aaW Rougr. (iuoaa
ftoai lot* nun-inc tunra. .k-Uratr rw~
**"" r-wnA rij in ljBMiwk tkat ajpaa on
aatootkh, *tn* -n andunn^ly ; and in Ron** thai
hlrnu* l-^ltifuliv I-. .r,U Ihr Til ,|ki ..(
Lin and pudei. Both an m
h ihr inarti* land of Boarjoia.
HALO reveall tlN hidden braul) ol \.iur hair
.- ;-.. rw/_
LIPSTICK
Ai ROUGE

BOURJ
.< I'U* it lui airI bothered you trill
fnwuiut. I.y >.nir fn-HliiMiw if you d tliw. Aftrr your
bnth or Intho, -dower yiHiraelf nil over with Canluners
no rWoW. In nans bank wM nn
. pnnninj Mb timt
wop"- iiylonap. Ila.lelicntei I
| penonnlity.
tmmt wii no
lnv...
I ashmere Bouquet
TALCUH POWDER
'AinOllVI.MIt CO
CYCLISTS
ONCE AGAIN
THEY ARE HERE
DUNLOP
28" x l" Cnum Roadster Tyres
28" x 1|" Pink Roadster Tyr. s
26" x 1J" Racing Tyres
?
ECKSTEIN BROS.
DIAL 4269 BAY STREET
_


TWELVE
srvoAY \nvnr\TF
SUNDAY M
Unification of Public Services Report
'1'HI psMkatlon of this
K. p-.ri h\ the ( ommis-
lion Ml t'i< I HI cation ill
the Public Bnifkea la the
BrltU CnribhciiM \n\i.
IHM Inn l..-fl;iy. It
has BMn piiiilishi'd daily
since ils release, n week ago,
and will l>p continued until
( iin|>lr|pd.
VC already pointed out Hint


doubt that 0*
at d
:

iu Ll
Rich inherent difl.i

1
p rteat cendtt on* of i
' : \
|


would i

that tin]

ters.

I
ficati .,
practical proDnHtkM
the pn
(rntftrr d trora otu
mndstioi
Bon
ThCDURiiout the W






I


P
.. nial No lifi ll
I
It
isblc thai whi
* urable
, .
Uon for than
may properly lw expected
1 f01
..,
I
No Business
It

in rases wbt l
not already ofa


thai its officers H
','. i i
:

t.t of an offl-

mid 1
'
rial
the G
hat proportion -

i safeguards will be n

nd 11 si Uw3 ho '
follows:

'
it. and if he decline:
in occupy it. the allowance i
I his rented
Id be stopped
the eMle Of irrommoda-
non occupied and Its rent should
vernmenc
-lets par:
of his accommodation or other-
i
dat on to persons other than hi*
dren, depend < i
' i
1 should I e
the tull el
iheold certify that non<
. '.mrnrxtotion

.1
rig the ihtei

< r:imem> i
themselves again-'
i
I. or his ttkln


we regard acceptance ol
i

:'.'
H covern-

fleer has

to colony, but the following state-
ment indicates the broad effect of
he main provision* m this it-
sped*
ifFlCFIf Vacnuaa Ifivr ramM il. I ntnnih 1 .. Iravr
I'.>rl>i4ai i 11*1 tfWli per 2 vmn.
Brtthfe Oalaaa: I 1
I |tM ir.>l (trach--
? on l*rv no! *c*dli C3W
<- I





i
t which
w,. there*
l lh.it ii



In the
rel colonies
I II IS
;>jrmed by


more favourable than
obtain.
while hi
ninths of
some cases the
.x pressed
ther weeks
iinl m others, months
! a i ui also discrep-
tha general rule to the
H IT.' who has
earned his maximum amount of
1
eeve until he
. whleb he
i
ai. m ii h m
to place any real obetac:-
trvkM and
on that aOCOU
thouKht It neeaau
lard condition


:i officer on '
enabled to carry forwa
leave as he maj
since 71 would not be
Dial such an officer shoul I
lose what HHH
Hg to his credit and shoul I
I
from the date of Ins transfer. We
therefore recommend that all the
a shoul-l
agree to place
officers who are transferred to
their service bs tha Publk Service
Commission the amount of vaca-
tion leave which stands to their
it the time of their transfer.
allowed
In the in-
and in
conformity with paragraphs 95
100 of Colonial Regulation
recommend that ,' should be urn-
versall. Further, we
nd 1
ulatulg the minimum length

new
the period whk
,n his former

Passages
We now turn to the mbject of
respect of an officer;;
l-ointment. his transh
li
in oftt

i is ai
follows:
t appoint-
ment t 0 Gov.-i

ibl traveUlni i i
hnnselt. hi
ami not more than two

i officer 00 transfer re-

BCrlbed In Colonial Regu-
lations 95 to 100. i
ag passage for him-
self (by cheapest route)
and up to a total of (our
I-
for hi
These arrangemen
( .iibbean
nai 'hey
hdopted In all <
I
- Include the
ervlnj at
ppotntimenl in i
.
Relal
. ri of ilia
.crlbc*


other than furniture), in the
majoritv of the colons
Caribbean region, each
rided on its mr:
that this method of approach Is
more satisfactory man any arti-
hcial limitation bated on weight
r the cost of tin
recommend, therefore,
tha.* the practice pre-.
Regulation 98 should be adopted In
U cases
H> do not believe ih.il aasai
recommendations can reason-
jbly give rise to dispute. It hi
in the matter of leave passage
Heal e liml more room for ar-
Kumenl It staods to neeesi that
officers in colonies which gram
leave passage* would be reluc-
tant to accept tnnsfer to col-
onies which do not do - Mot i
over we are convinced that thi
Irsnsferahlllty of officer\ within
the region will be gravely lm-
lieded unle\H. uiiilcr BBBBe a.w-
iiinn rule, oftleers gTSlSH i
from the colony of iheir
re enabled to visit their homr>
on leave from time to limr. I;
this facility is not granted t >
them, the smooth working unified aarsteea orcunised mi *
ieg!onal basis will be leef I
dised
M from ih.

practice in respect of leave pas-
widely and range i
;rom that, of British rXondura
where a "senior ofli
wife may avail themselves of free
do the United Kingdom
ind back, to the onnosiie extreme
are) colonies where no assis-


Provisions
Subject to the -ati.sfaei'ion of
Itiona, (he main pro*
- adopted in this matter by
each colony are briefly BS I III
Barbados: No leave passage
inted.
Untish (iuiaaa: An officer in
.i salai
S1.200 (250) is eligib.e for a
return passage to the United
si .i cost not sxceedii .
a two yeei s,
HritUh Honduras: An officer of
or ab' ol FlrtV Clfti
Clerk 36S- e45J) end hi
arc ellilble tor return passages to
the United Kingdom once in two

Jamaica: An expatriate ofl
0 foi I return passage to th<
i Kingdom (::
years, a local officer who ha*
n '. r yean i
who f u salary o(
C6O0 ($2.880i or more is eligible
for a return passage to lha
Kingdom one
Leeward Islanoa: No leave pas-
j anted.
Trinidad & Tobago: Senior
recruited from
and local officers married to
who were not domiciled in the
i of marriage
are olm.blc for up to three return
B of the
'I Alii' .IS SIC
aj bBt efttl a tour of two
. hall raaxi Local i
other than the above
to return passage lor thru
only To the United Km;; 1001
a tour of two and -i half years, but
have the option of postponing
as vacation leave until tho
end Of I four-year tour wl I
I
sagas, .it the rats of tavee aduu-
to s country of the I
(in lee or to igdom.
provided the to^til paaiBgi
I ed lha cost Of three
return adult fares t,. (he United
Kingdom and the duration of his
i from the colony |fl .
lulated
leave) subject to a minimum of
Ap
j&.\ hr,Wh
ARCH,,,
lin> ho
>*" hair cukav
three months excluding passage
mad a Bid ulasuls: Mo leave
passage concessions are granted.
end Tobago, which hi
d*awn

ibove make do
i er of local origin
i
cf origin It elsewhere To
thinking. somJ
nculd Le

While the main pi;: i
|| ,iv. Is B view


tills purpose ant partly m


''
should take
...count of thl
We wtsh to moke
i
onl from
(he United Kingdom W

broudcr ienn t i term covering
Caribbean s<
,
i: heir origin. || I
I

ent position from that
Englishman .em to wrve in Trini-
turn to his blrthpla'i
i.,- been repi -
.i to us that in certain of tn
colonies, for example. British Gin-

e no place within Am colon,
n have an en-
ds holiday |WU from 'he
if his work
ustiflcatlon for tin -
view, and Hi.it WO bOUl I
lecommehdnti
b take a holldi
lonles.
Local Deacnnl
The point mis aisu Ix-cn ;
| i
kingdom from
0 time. In 0UI
H
.: led to travel and i
itce it is also de-

themselves the lani
.i guiding n
on thi li
unity of the t I

DO quarrel. The h-.i-
the prl
extent pi iiion.
We h
..'! C"
count ol
,
the not
eomin*
(i) An officer shall be en:'


provide passages docs not i

Kingdom. UI
other than thai UI which
n lieu of the
conoai lion, n
sage to th. lom for
blraaeU only. At ihe end of
0UI I

tor himself and his wife to he
United Kingdom.
(To be continued)
*fTEH
No othsr ihtmpoo givs* you th*
Mm* migical LANOUN-blrnd lllhcr
for baiuiiiul. luitroui hair.

Tonight he can Mf nw ihren in your hair,
Km its caresuble softnest Y^. romghr.
if rou use Luflre-Creme Shampoo !oda*'
Only Lustre-Cremc hi-, thtl magical bleno ol
.ret ingredients plus gentle lanolin. So
nch-lathcring in hardest ater I eaves hair
ragrantl, clean, shining, and io manarrjole Ir, \.m~r^.
Mow on sale everywhere in the Handsome blue mj .>,,*^'
Ol SOW NOT tlOUlOl UI A V. NOtniU
OBCOVSRV W LANOUN .qo, .jZ?""*
C0l0Art.lM0llv.rtr no
->, m
ONE DOSE
Relieves
PAIN
After Meals
on la-
Lion wuh iu ptua.
......
lei I

of this famous remedy

Al lha first sign ol a cough,
snaaio or sniffle, rub chest.
ujck and throat with doul 'a-
action Thormogon-j Modica vd
Rub lhi ponytrativc -
iie.q omlmonl will givr
'hoi Irom i Ii-ad CulJ-. (
Bronchial Congaition. (
id Rhoumali: Pal
rhor.ktham el fcSasaH 1
lay Thormogone Medical Rub ii roal blaiiing I
niEKMOUKXi: MBMCATBD 1.3

Headache's gone . .
I took GENASPRIN"
*Ci -.,spkis'the safe branvl of I
rJadsBB. lootb-
adM Ni . .ii.i LUnsaseth v^ns.Coldt
and 'Hu. AIm asfefcf/ hclpy io break a
Mar, Ai any unto of itrain or pain.
YLkeaugrhV wes you ihrough !
Sold ft; all Chcmnn, Druggiils, etc.
nMia'nt|ie-rg,M(tiJtra> PHbaFERINE
21 is everyone's
tonic
, 1 tlvo:M.rbrfegT
.-.i RJNB has
been retained m go lmlKpciuablc tonic
V yonvalcsm
i -ilRINH
haateas i ,ith and
restores
c If you
rts make
- BRINE
ttUnsj better in
no tune I
PHO*
THE flBEATEST 0! ALL TONICS
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Trmuu/tmrintlmm
aauatw ttmtm llniniain lli,,h.^i
R : i \ '. . ,
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TRACTOR/TRAILER UNIT
950 oo
itan a
^
\ (rcUO> *"?Lt in"el V
a \ out,a tj*;j^n,l ,clruv<
v-^JL

couai M,i
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^

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THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. U*
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
KSNriNC THE CtNOsAl IUCWC CO. l. *


,Ai, ur, MARCH 19. 1950
|NRY
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE limm I \
o\
BY CARL ANDERSON
CkV MOH

l*i

GY VVAUT DISNEY
>3TBP! ,/jk
^'"^
ITCHING
Kwnic
MOW HOW ARE
VE SOiNS TO .
GET ALL THIS 1 ei
HOME ? J **
tf
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BY CHIC YOUNG
-

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\ ^> "-, MAMA ;* rt
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mmums m~
nujxtAc
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MQUV. K.O.I
III MS POtVK tv'Sl/
vovlvouu I
I lilt- tied
s
IT YOU ftltD
'fllfhO ISA
( COOLiNc
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wuurio
BY FRANK STRIKER

_ I OR CAW, TDN10 DOKMT
SUSPECT TBEAOCRY FBOMamOt
/'rUOUTSAWRTllOSREDSKNIFr
/ CAN 3*AK AWAV MS KNIFE.
INGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
kngx
fa jortf; ''.
arm
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BY GCXLY-
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MAV BE
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BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
IN0THIN6 IfCANVOU'-'
IS HIDDEN Y. MIXTURE THAT >
It-ROM ME-y^WULMAkE ONE *-
(CACKLE-(ftERSONFAU
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AlOVE POTION? AH.1
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THERE IS A GRADE OF r AM HOI FOR
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Rdenilcuiichinc the akin, ipeeddy developa Into imuunj
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TbouMDd* of akin tutfcrci t bare proved
th*r there nothing more MM
than D.D.D. Preacnptton. Th famou.
liquid healer dMi penetrate the tortured
akjn tittuea, attack the (cm c nog germt and
lnvc out the infection Whatever form \>:
akin trouble i* giving you pam and dkKtto*
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juat a few application* of wondeilul
D D D h\\nin >' rjn hanan)
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Ask for a leaflet
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PACI POI I'll I s
SI NT)AY ADVOCATE
SfNOAV, MARCH
CLASSIFIED ADS. |s\
PI BI.M SALES
KAL ESTATE
DIED
FUII RR.\T
HOUSr>
BaB 0
I

i. ,tn4 jimit *ar-
ID 11 1
THANKS
mum
UM funeral.
i M1l <
....-men I
n a roach nud--
|i 3 H I"
IN MEM0R1AM
.-* htm.
i him he**
... H * I '
II* will rover be terra*
deer he-PAed wl" M" *"** j ""
n Marhi.
dry Co Country Rned
UNDER THF SiLVER HAMMER
Ur ThuCMUv 13rd by "'de- ef Mr
Hound T.p-Top Tab*/,
Urita"" .able*. Wiuap. Bet*-
Cpnioleun-
orncr mhi-mii
dj W B
:
for further parttcu-
Hu'rhtnaon Co
14 s I f.n
ltd
R..*h Ch*i. Roman and Sei
_ i Ware. E'ffUir Fen. Slmrr*t
8lnflt Bedatead- Vono Sprint* and D
*.eep Beda. Iron Reelitead*. Mft"f
I ctiirr.
-<-. II; I
I KTV*0TH Pin/old Street, wool
1 houer nw HtcJiOfi. ahoer Bath te.et. **'-
wloM )w. BwKdo Roal
Fitate A#r Iff 3 M- in
Ctjv! SPHIN'; inUB s
I TV hOUOt. boOtrvMi
Miventenee* mb
BPraafe. *** hatWnc o .
enled ui-
,*hJ. Berhado- Reel bUif A*ene '
PtMBM 2** Iff J 50In

coda* nat* V.V
ATABTU .-.,ed Ground-, I i-dei. Hat-hen Table". 1 Burr'
OOP OOTlmrvt. pMr ,own fcnd "
I < iv'drcn. For forth*
Ocular* Dial 3BM
lUnchouop Hr Dunlow
r>r'.ng '"
LAND1.B37 aquar* feet of land
Stieet Ani.1i
., ... y
lea nd "
POR RENT rrom May
fnor.Ihi fuinlahed houae

tat* Agenc-
*d houx neat Ya-h, Cup
a, p Baited h^i Be.
. I DouW* Door*, H Jatoua'i
I i**lr> - Ja'nuile DMri and Other item*
Salt 11.30 o'clock: Term* Cart. BraitKcr
V.otman J" Co Auctioneer*
It3*> I"
COTTAGE Somcraet.
Ntdlnj on
t BfdmM- .>pe.i nail*
Room. K
fppei
"1 q ft
Dree ,ne
REAL ESTATE

n bu
In levmr iiatnor^ of mv near n*Iovd

lha pava In hM4
.-in we MM
nf tucaihar at Jau" Hal
. -
.... Rdward J<*nV
'jatio .
M Papar- ok*" W> ^
I
prh 1*01
i naaaad m tlo'i ion
-t lovad waa rallad awa>
paOl nd ud my !t>l
i bt -on and n>m-'
l ,,._ka li hard to aa>.

If Thr^i thould call ma to i-aaupv
W t. Thv iwavt apirll Hoi
d lo Ttiar T lo><
' rt"!il"^'.:
*!
i\1*
A PAYABI.E WHOIJIAIJ IJQf'rtt
Fl'WNEB* a> a Qo Cit- with Purvhaalna Rlattti and Go--'
u .. Conalltionj. of Bab vwty AIUm-
Atanc> .ti" and No Bia Caatui invo.vad o-
nT-Irl Bool. DaW. Dial " or HIS 1
m i I> r da Abra*. at Cart- Br,.'
ffff Cart.wM. Parfaartly IV-Sor ** " "*J'-
borirooni bungalo* fur- |
r<>P Y*\: Pa
Juma- roaal naai
, i from Barbadi
Phooa 13M
inttad CottBa> r
aaa. furthar oar'tr
Rfal P.-utw l
It 3 SOIn
S por month
lanaw] Di
r Phona
! ar
m A Pladan.;
||i-tii-rr" Plan-
awa
Iff 3 50 In
c AML.TOH, St J.tma. ftiodarn 3 hal-
imnilif'il unTHUid
injra. hot and rold arata*. air* Ml*-*
ir-4 lifhiini plant DIXON a> BI-ADON.
tatloni Building Phona 40
It > SO-li
\T HAVEN". Cntna Coart fuliv h-
iim.. 1 arvanwr rooma
'-"hip (arifa. imtiUfif plant, waiat
rtill. Sur'-rt- lthlnf boarh DlaJ *
Novambor. Daeambar
KARI-VII.1X L'ppar ftpoonaa'a Hill
T*o -ton?* nouaa. part itona. part wood
1 Wdmom*. 1 llvlna raama. kiioitan.
-atar. alaatrrfity. ancloaad vard^Baroa-
do* Hral Batata A*anr>. Phona S3M.
It.J.SOIn
ROfU.VN. tth Avanua BHIavllla. woon
houaa. dxawUui-dlautff room momlnit
room, cloaad %-anatwUh. 1 badroom^ tetn
iniM alactricit*. a/alar APWj*"'1-
>:t>~ Rral Eatala AMW F*M>(^a?S*n
rMtAWAY" Bt Philip Coaat Pully
tilihtd. 3 hodrooma. 3 aarvant* room*.
naarh. lichiim plant, wata mill
tln paarh Prom Mat I*. Dial
M it 9 30-.f n
1 .-had Hat at Bt
Prtom- 0*3*.
19 I I '
i^w Private baach
2 ra*ptlon room*, t araaja-
?tn March for
Vi-.lv Har''t II Wi't-ama.
i Dial Jtn H|W-in
w*ynwm
v
STT-NOGHAniP-h Experienced Stan
work In Solirltora office
4 Apply in porn.- i
in ft Co Ul ft 153 Boeoucl
It 3 |
i.ovr A hm \n
LOST
LOST-Ona roll of typewnttan traan
p-.kj.irad paper, from Mahon'* Alley alona
lha direotion of Broad Street to the Bu
Bland. Pladar will be .u'lably raaarded
bv rrturnlnt umr to the Advertwme.
Drparlntari' tf Barbado- Advoeata
VALUABIX Property at r.

Arnold lowe. Brlttnn* Kill. %'
FOR SALE AND REMOVAL
That tatl of lha awlMlnj known a-
' Jonea ft Bwan. Inttft Broad 9--*
Btora" whirl. I* one to*.^
The property olTerad for I
tovsI ronint "f lha '
South wall of the bulldliw
'mbera. window* plat an. floor* and root*-
tnai to the aald build ln but not th
eufftatn wall which form* the *mt"
opil nf the two utortad part of th*
build In*
Trnder* in arltlnt will be -oe*tva
by the Secretary of the urdertle; <-d
tt the 14th Mareh
Por full particulars of the r-.pert
and tarmi of condition- of &>
GAHDINaW AUSTIN ft CO U111TCD
H D aWlOW.Nt.
tart .., i
It 3.SO7n
Released From
Prison Term
MICHIGAN CITY. Ind .
March 18
FoiTner Grand Dragon of iht
Klu Klux Klan. Stephenton. hu:
won 21-yoar flgtu for releas-
from life imprisonment on a
nurdtT conviction. Stephcnson
who wa once so powerful thai
he boasWd "I am the law" be-
came eligible for parole when
Governor Henry Spchricker com-
muted hit prison sentence to the
ajnount of time he has served.
The 56-year old prisoner's son-
tence followed a week end drink-
ng party resulting
onvictlon. but thro ..
BaaMMl that he was a politin
prisoner.
He contended that Miss Ober-
iiolt2er. his alleged murder vic-
tim, poisoned herself on U*
week-end trip preceding ne-
death.
Reuter.
an,
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In I arlisl. Hay
IN PORT Sen lichlnvar S S-i
r Wolfe. Scti Mry M L-!
Brh W L BunlcU AtlK eh Carhali
*l V Ble Sl#r. Bah B M Tannlf. 9rh
A4ln- Mac. **h /..la Wonlta. Sch Cyril
E Bmtth. Brh Wonderfvi! Counaallor
Srh Anita II.. Boll TlmoWtv A. H Va'
.Uiytman. Ben Pf-ncaa W -
Kroadom Pkaar>. Sch Turtle Do\c. Brh
Emallne. H V T B Rarlar. Brh
Providence Mark. Brh Cyck>caarna o
Seh La>i*alph.'
m v l ad) }
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Tranaport Burd
V S Hth Spaed
h II S Utah Speed
U s Mlth Spaed
Tranaport Oarpellottl. Sen Sea Quran
AUUVAU
Schooner Alexandrtna B M tana. Capt
from St Lucia: Conalflnaa <>
a* c IB to. 4.508. Cap! Sapew
tt Sfvuihaanptan. ConaUrnaei: Wi
.v M/vBtt
DB PARTI'BUI
."choaner W U kunlcU. 3t lona. Capt
.lo^ph. for DornltUoa
Schooner Phlllla Mark. U toni. Catit
i for Trinidad.
.1 Creal. 4911 lon. Capt
^.r Bt I.ocl;i
^lJULMa(l)L
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DB. PIRRBIRA of -ClttrovllW" Uppe'
* St (laaar Baplanadei by Cblropractlr
,n,tnod eorract* dlaaaaea of ayaa. ear*
rioae. throat, lunta. * unuk kldeaya aad
aaaaa i*rana. Dial atHL
INSURED MOVING!
in r\nrt k:s By T c A
For TORONTO Karri Bin Black laWtB
Black. Georve Caaa>. Katharine Caaa
Imu* Hopkln*. Mar)orle Hopkina. John
Jory. John Macara. FreaJarlck McU*M
BjtUa Monptn. Elgin Londar. Doroth-
Lander. Herbert Srholl. Coralle Sch.-il.
Irvtna WlUon. Dona Wllaon. John Pliha-r.
KonUiuia Flattar, Monloa Skeata
For BJSMTJDA: Wllbart Howard. A
OH.*- Howard. GeoBte Sherwood, llnber
c.tlloan. Itarry I^arkln. Violet Larkln.
A:ex Pattaraon. Anna Patteraon.
Por TPINIDAD Kalhrvn Irwln. Dorolh'
Hidout. Homar McKenila. Jean M. Bt
rhartea Wllaon. Marlorle Wllaon.
im 111 If :\ot.f*
4UT0V0TIVE
Apply
18 3 50 tii
INT ^TtiREKEfSPBR Appli-
tha tBowt p"'i houid bt
writing giving reference-
Itllt of peat experience. ag>
'I B.. 14-
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Bar pttyate CBrUtma Card- **
ur frlenda No pravlou* ajrperienea
caaaarr. VrlU today for beautiful free
^ntpkt Book to Britain* larreal am-
l -:enaa Pubiiahart. highaat con.int.ii"
narvalloua money making eppertunity
Imea, Wllllama ft Co.. Dapt It Victoria '
Marki. Preatoe. BnOaad "
HARRISON COLLEGE SPORTS
Tha fuial* of lha Sporti will be held'
year on Wednaadaj 2Bnd March '
nn Prlday. 14th March, tuning l
xi p m HU Exoallency tha Gov-
i' and Mil Savaaja have klr.dlv con-
tcntad lo be oraeaMtt an Ike Priday
md to praaenl tke trpphlea aheetly after
t p in and parenU of boy*. Old liar-
naonlana, and friend* of tha School arc
...rrtlally Invited on both d
i ol Bdticallon.-
rch, IMU
13 3 50 3l
ATHLETIC SPORTS
The A-NNUAL ATHIXT1C SPORT*
VFJTtNO of tha COMRt.RMf'Kt
miiooi. wtU lake place tftia yea>
II Ikaradar. Marrh Mrd. nailing a:
I'araiiU and Guardlam of thr
bora, irianda o( tha School, and all Old
mdially invited to wltnex
lha event*. The Old Boy.' Race will be
run t 5 at p.m
It 3 50 3n
Wf -' io public com- i
petition on Fnd.L> the 31at du ** March j
1B50. nlpn at our offlee Jaane* Street .
Toe Maaauaje Dwelling houae and ihop
ntuate at Tudor Street. Brideto:
artjolnina; The Igolf Church *tandln| ch.
213C>i aquare faet ot land
Thla property which ia built of atone
roniprlaaa a ahop to the front and I
,-r,{*'* conaiattng of Rve rooma to tl.
beck
Electncity and Govamnve' '
For mapeCtlon apply on the prcmiau
la the tenant any day
r- further particular* apriy to
HUTCMINSON A MANP1EU>.
Solicitors, Jamca Street ,
17 3 a
ip Myrtim-Hewilt. Mi
....burn. Mr "THUfJ" Broe i
I'.nop Wllaon. Mr Mary Wllaon. Meat.
'Tichael Wllaon. MUa Pellrltv Wllaon
Mi*. Jtadlth Montafti
IIEPARTI'BJltBy B W I A A
Pat TllNIDAD: Mr Bareafonl Richard.
Mr C*til IleCailrea. Mr Deiu Atkinaon
Mia Chrlatine Von Hag-en. Mr Wallei
rloyta, Mr Ejlon Burrowea. Mm Bylvti
rortnr. Mr* Ainallla Rice. Mr Sldm---
Ititcliffa. Mm. Ollva Hetcllffe. /.- 1-t
Mr Vodal, Mr. Ramvilla Cr*v> '
Fioronoe Sellk. Mra Mary Qetoe. Vi-
Kvelvn Gebe. Mr Samuel OaJe. Mi
F-odonck Mendea. Maater Charlr
MeiKle-. Mm Gloria Mendea
Por ANTIGUA: Mra. Alice Oaaw.
' : It.Y.
'" M\BjVk
b 7 MOTOR lT'g
>>: s
, CASH
l(ON*T WOBRY TOIBSFLP ABUl'T
M0VD4O
UET US TAKE CARE OP ALL
YOUR WOUHiBS
peraonal Supervion Aaaured
Phona 3*M
rtAaBADoa n kmm ki remover
I.O\ IH>>11M NOTICES.
Mr* L 'Hill. Major Adrian Hill. Mr*
ri-ml* Farmer. Mr Wlnaton Ward. Mr
Thomat Welherty. Mr M Homer. Mr*
Jooquvi PafcaJdon. Vlnjlnla Pal>alalon. Hugh Ga* Sr Maater Hugh Oaae J
Fwl,, TeTkar, Omtond Howaerl. Anita "
Jeeaamy. Jamea O'Neill. Mary O'Nell
Pitrrrrt- Jacktnan. Bdna Wnaon. Colin
WPaen, Sydnery Sleela. Hubert Steela
.Man Steele. May Bonyun, M ShadAh
Cheriaa Philip. Owen Oltley. Patnci
Godfrey. Lewrence Green. Geort*
Stewart. Victor Olll. Mary Gill. Byhrta
PalBubln. Moiuaat Nanu*. Jack Porter,
togdjar rvratlapa Peetan laatg I
Foaier, Alan Gadaal. Robert fttewarr'^
From ANTIGUA Harold R*mi> Edn I
For BT. KITT8: Mr Gerald Jordan
Por La GUA1RA. Mr Blade Heed.
Miaa Barbana Lee. Mra JeaaNB Lea. Mi-
Dorothy Lea. Mr Joaa Rodrlgtaai. Mi^
Linaa Kodrlpuer. Mra Marie Mullar. Mi
Cj-nett Mullar. Maater Orlenaat Klaoman
Mra. Oerda Rlai>man. Mlaa Rita Crar-av
Mr atm Pale*, Mra Bteila Wabba*
>r Webber. Mr. HugSi Watobr.
Mi Jack Trig*. Mra. Molly Tri
Maater Mark Trig**
NOTICE
y vaiaki ui i umi -
I'.-i-w. will be lacrlvad bv the undrr-
Igned up to Monday 10th March 1V50 lot
ranee of Pauper*.
2 Burial of Pauper.
Form* nf tender may be obtained from
a Pi><*lal Traeaureri Office
P H TAHI1T"".
Clerk, Board of Guardian)
St Jame*
ENTRANCt TO HARRISON COLLEGE YEAR 195051
A limited number of vacancies will occur in September. 1950 in
the Preparatory Department and in the Main School. Applications for
entry must be made to the Headmaster by Parents/Guardian
W.i.uriii List Form, accompanied bv a Birth/Bap'i td, on or
tefore 81 uccessful applications made for previous years do
not hold good. New applications for 1950 must be submitted. No appli-
cation can normally be accepted lor a boy who will be under 8 years 6
months in September 1950. Parents Guardians will be notified of the
dales and time of the Entrance Examination by a notice in the Press
and by letter.
r>eparlment of Education,
13th March. 1950.
The Sugar Manufacturers' Association
(of Jamaica) Limited
19.3.50311
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order. 1950. No. 10 which will lie published in iht- Official
Gazette of Monday. 20th March, 1950.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Mackerel Pickled" and "Sugar" are as follows:
llarbados Clrits' Iniiin
AWTPll TO IH'Y Snu.II B.-ih.-.
particular* X 'S I
II 3 I-
pair, one
n *, da I'
It ' - ->' other tvpe a. ail
i 1 .-
Iff 110 -in
For SrtlraCon.c/
LIVESTOCK
Phone M
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taut flfl i mild leal plate* | It. IS I*
I In varloui inn Enqul.i
iiHiiiieuy. Trafalgar llreal
I 3 50 I f i.

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AGENDV
ml Meeting of tl
Clerluv Union eil| ba held at S p.n
imHSIiAV Hid March 1050
V M C A Kail
MinuttN
To recaive the Report ol the K
( .mmlllaa. (or Iff**-50
I icei.e and adopt the flnancl.'
i.tafneni far the year ending 2*i'.[
February Iffau. whlck may te aaen
on applic
tary
rjacaoa
lattuUt
MACKERELPickled
SUGAR
(b> Clear Straws which
includes Searles Spe-
cial and similar types
(cl Grocery Yellow Crys-
tal ......
(d) Dark Crystal and
Muscovado
WHOLESALE
PRICE
(not more than)
$47.55 per brl.
$7.75 per 100 lbs.
$6.95 lh 100 lbs.
$6.50 per 100 lbs.
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
31c. per lb.
9c. per
lb.
Invha ppUcateMM (Or two pOBtl in their Research Department for
BOIijMCttXJ with the breeding, selection, and field testing of
sugar canes, with special reference to resistance to virus and other
ho other normally desirable characters.
(a) Botanist, salary 1,000 rising to 1.500 per annum
(bl Agronomist, 6t)0-- 1,000 per annum.
Applicants should posses* a research degree or equivalent quali-
fication of a recognised L'nivei sity or other similar institution, and
have had experience in plant breeding and selection work.
The Bolanist will also be expected to advise on plant pathology
The initial period of service will be three years under contract,
wilh prospect of permanent engagement. The selected candidates
will be provided with free passages to Jamaica, B.W.I., and required
to assume duty not later than 1st November, 1950. A local allowance
in lieu of quarters is provided and leave with passages paid after
three year service periods. There is a contributory pension scheme.
Further particulars may be obtained from the Director of Research,
Sugar Research Department, Mandevillr. Jamaica, B.WJ., to whom
applications, with full personal particulars and three references.
should be aili.11
19.3.504n
8>*c. per lb
7ttc. per lb.
7c. per lb.
SHIPPING NOTICES
FOR SALE
Cash or Easy T*r
From 10c. per Sty Wf
tliCTBIC. BUS
AVAOJJU
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I PICKWICK BOAD. I
rN. St M-ckart
Z FRIENDSHIP. Bdat*
Turning. St Uionaai.
1 the puts ctom aaail
Michaal
t. WtLCHES. n_____
GARDEN i KLWnffl 1
RACK tmouth neai 1
hill (a KlntUaal
Apply : ERKir D **
OAoa. Coamapl
., taajUonj
II
accordance with Ru
and

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-nd Red. ttc each. SUnw^y
Btore, Lucaa Stiaei
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Mem Silk
Drey Pa**i. n.i .
11 Btore. Lucaa Street
Iff 3 10-
THOBE RsroRJM YOU WANTBO
Hera and thevie k.c
item tad Run ra
i undo Roaa. trppj
"i. Mill* Brat to-
It 3 50 if..
PIANO Haftarhel plan
It 3 law-in
One PUilmuit *et DUunjand
l> Rlcharda Bon '
s-reet it 3 *0-
hunt llt. "' leafea
- including Ratn C-e. p->
11 3 SOIn
I UTltBBS A ntaantifl.ent aarprt-
"i of leproductlonj of rtalban MttBat*.
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Bo. v n*-n- B- .
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BRUSHES l^dlaa Hal
BrlatlecnnuMi Dental Plat
i lie* FIe*h Bruehr*. Man.,
'..-d- Bum ha. r. 11 I
ii nrualia*. Lartlea and Gent* Cnanl.
nruahe* W*ll Brti*hr> TtUet
Ai.iiiunuiii Bruahi
at aVuihp* D"- Mepi
Poli^i aitd De'uia ii..-
H P Chrcman ,
eel Dial 33*3
II 3 SB- I
Any other buflneu.
n b. ffpahv
quaatlona lo be cmi.dered at
nual Gencial Meeting mu>l raach lite
(ieneial Secretary no! leaa than WVOti
day* before the data nxed for sucli
itetltBg
CHRISTIE SMITH.
II 3 SO4n
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
peraona having any debt or rla
tha EaUte of Gcoige WaahUkTtoi
Graham, laie of Baibaiee* Koad. Epinl
Muliael. Maitei Marlnei. who died a
ttayut the ttnd day ol Oecen.
Iffit. are hereb> lequlred to *enc
paitMular* of than .u
to the under.igned Cavil Howall Qrahtm
lie QuahSad Evecutrtk ol II
lie deceaaad. in cara of Maaai* Year-
wood A Boyce. 14 Jan*. Btin
tha Unil
ul May IffSu after which daU 1 iJaall
proieed to diilribute lha aaaeta of the
da-eated among tha partia. cntlll.-l
iiieielo. hating legard only to *uch
claima of which I -hall then
npttPa. and that 1 will nul be liable for
thr aaaeta, or any par! thereof. 10 dl.
irlbuted. to any peraon of whoae debt of
claim we ahall not then have had notice
And all peraon* Indebted to Ihe *aid
Male are requeated to aetlle their m-
dabtedneaa without delay
Dated thu Itth da) of M.it" ItaO
CKCII HOWEU (iRAHAU.
tnialiBed Eaeculm M the Will i
Oeorae Waahlntlon tiiaham. peceawd
II ISO la
LIQUOH LICENSE RrOTKE
PART ONE ORDERS
By
Lieot.-Cel J. CunnelL O.B.E., B.D..
Commanding,
The Barbados Regiment
17 Mar. *50
CONOBAT1 l.VTORV
Tha Commanding 11 reived the following message
from HE the Governor:
"1 desire to place on record my appreciation of the splendid
..nd Other Kaiiks under
i command on the occasion of Ihe arrival of H.K.R.
I'lincess Alice and the Earl if Athlone. The Guam of Honour
mounted by the Barbados Regiment 0O thai
iho fine reputation of the Itegiment."
PARADaV-TAY
The TaN DAJKWOOD trill
accept Cargo and Paaamger* foi
it I.JC1-. St VlacI, Oranado
Arufaa. aailing Wadneeday land
March.
The MV CARIBBBB will ac-
cepl CeBgi. uaS Paaaaaipara lor
Dominica,, AnlUjUa. Montaarrat
St Kitta.Nevis Sailing Pllday
ettti March.
The Srnoonar lAUttAl.PHA
. .. i ..,. : N I .
for 81 I^K-la. taJllnl Tuead-y Jl '
March.
TEI. 4047
ASTHMA MUCUS
Loosener First Day
D
_ anreglns. chok-
ka of nronchltla or Aathnia
p and ananrr
iryln.
emoka! injection or apray. but work*
through tlii blond, thua reachlna the
lungra and bronchial tubaa. The fl" "
alaly I *
Immedi
n and re
II I T. .
^ ....ck utranglmg i .
Itromotaa frarr breathing and eounde-
mnre refpeahlnf alaep I. Main* nil- ^ I
ate xiushln, whaealn-
QuIck aatlafacil'm or monr haci
nartnt.r.i Otl URNDACO .'rof
eham i at today.
Cuuadiau National Steamshii.)?
SOI 111 KOI Ml
.TM TUBS Four Engliih Bath Tu<<
II 0 .-- 10 f e.h aalw
Id II J SO I ,,
t MT0 Ib^back
met Si reel
Walktna a Co
Street Opooavr
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II be contit
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day of March itto al , o'clock
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1-ADY HODNXY
\DIAJH
CHAJXENOER
till be a Pay Parade at 1700 hours on Thursday 231 i-ady nbs-bon
tt i all UkOM who ha\e qualified for pay. There will b.
no further parade* during the month of March. The next parade
J '50.
iHooriNO oomn rmotn
The Dr. Delamere Revolver Challenge Cup will be thol for at
1600 hours on I I BBaV- '50.
The Major Simpson fhai'ei aa Cup will be shot for by Warrant'
al 1600 hours on Monday 20 Mar, '50.
The Major St. Hill Challen;*.- Cup will be shot for by marks-
i lit Class shots in this year's A.M.C. below thr rank
.int. al I60U hours on Tuesday 21 Mai. '50.
ANNIAL CAMP
The Annual Camp will ba sU from 211 Jun. 50. All volun-
BO are able to attend t have nsjl BtWdad ID Hu n name.
should do so as toon as possib: .
t OMMIBBIONSGRANT Of
His Excellency the Governcr has been pleased to grant commis-
sions to the following in the B. rbados Regiment with effect from
the 20th February. 1950:
As Lieutenant p. L. C. Peterkin
As 2. Lieutenant 0 C. Peterkin
OKI.rRLV OFFICER 4NH 01 DBRLV SABJFANT FOR WFEK
1 MUM. 27 MAR. M
Lieut. S. E. L Johl
212 L S Haynes. 0. L.
:.- ataj
30th M.,v
SOU. Mar
mil An
33nl Apr
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141" June
I4H. Ju:
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tth Api
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13lh Ju
15th Jul!
Baibadoi Barbedoi
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Bat)
Itt Apr tnd Appr.
18th Ai- hu
tth M*. tth M> I7lh May ------Ittb Mar.
tth Jinn lOih .i Iffth June ------ ;
aith JunetSt. tth July -- 10th July
aW fat Aua tu. aui
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AgenU.
Orderly OtTtcer
Orderly Serjeant
Nesi for that*
Orderly OTcer
Orderly Serjeant
vs-rt We can auav
It S M-In
llarbadot Turf Club
Payment Of Prizes
SO) CASH. d CON
SOI.ATION PARI-MUTUIU J -
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SUNDAY ADVOC \TF
SCMJAS HABGI
JUST HELPINC CLEM TO CARRY ON
... .. .t ^.
rrungtmiHt mtlh D\i* III'
Arsenal And Chelsea
Draw Thrilling Game
Dramatic ^ ins
Lincolnshire
Handicap
LINCOLN, March 1
Th-
\i Lucky" tlaniirti
the llrsi big
i-ap uf It*) English Hal
union here this aftarooon. Gor-
don Richards, the champion
jockey, brought Drammv
to an easy three lengths
over last year'* winner. Mr
C. Y. C. W. Gordo!i
Judgement with Mr. A. Barne.V:
Pal Joy two lengths away third
there were forty runners
Dramatic which was 33 to on. .
when tJ
backed down to start s*con< .
favourite at seven to one. Dra-
matic, drawn number 37. mad>
!<*t of his favourable
and striking the front a quarter-
mile from home ran on to wii
unchallenged.
This was Gordon R chard'
success In the IJncoln-
He won ten years ago on
quarter Maitre, who was thai
favourite. Fair Judgement mad.
i nallanl ;it tempt to etnulat
the feat by winning the ran
two years in succession FT
late on the
tild not make ;my mi, |
vi the Dramatic. Fair Judge*
itttnl another wall badtead horse
i at 100 lo six while I'.il
,i 40 to <> t*
Dramatic hrougnt oil i i
Iftnat Ramble* in Ihe 101
;. oi tha rai >. t i
toup is reported n^Jiaving been
planned live ;nonths ago and II
the meantime thousands of
pounds had gone on the Ha*,
old trained by George Todd at
Manton, Berkshire. Dramatic. I \
Pair Trial out nf TV
from rheumatoid arthritis in his
hind legs last year and WH
tically paralysed all over.
Renter
Car Damaged
In Accident
THE rear part of the eai
XlutfT was slightly damageu
>hen it became involved in ar.
accident with the lorry P2o
vesterday evening on Strean.
itoad. Cnnst Church about 4.4 ;
i- beiiiR dnv-
Bai <. "i St
, lag driven by Mr PulVf
1 -iwri'iici'.
FIREWOODCHARCOAL
ARRIVE HERE
Arrivinn at Bridgetown yester-
Ja> was the 31-ton schooner
rtna R' artafcti saiie-
from St Lucia with tlrewood an:,
harcoal for th:-
Ucmndrtna R" eon-
daned to Mr. D I. Johnson
\h Fashion Plaattc Hanrfk.
lor HUH,KIN ,. |, ., -* MB
LAMBT hats is in, ,N
II Til
M UI1 ItADt DUMM linn ...
-I UK- .SI, sis .,,,.
IMI(/iltVtAV Itlil
MI|,'|.
MM.IM ( I'l MlliHIIHIIll ..I mir <( Ihr vMtlnrj IS.
aranhiai raho iiu-iiird Maaaa J Rm Qaaag Itwatn aa hridn.
nirhl. fir wnx "I'm In Thr Mood Nf fcawa* and ".Afain".
37 Bouts
Sailed
Yestenl

Ufcfl If 11 V C
was held at the Aquat,
In the last lap both boats ap-
peared to be salllri.
North Fla* Hi
U> the
ad Tha,
races were sailed south-about in
I
boats tUtiM aga, ten
i mediate
asa in
the I
aklp-
Bur
lid posi-

I
I Vd.ral Set-Up
\\ ill Be Costlv
trow Page 1
ifncialwhom he pre-
i uld be from the Unite*.
.
Tniwdad. he woulu ha
aonal knowledge of. n
: with, thi |
kl n.us islands, an<
he would not ba In > .
That being the case. I
itton froti
and Ihli
I( thai
lion I ha*
would be in tin

port.
LONDON. March 18
| back grimly against a
2 0 deficit. Arsenal drew 22
with Chelsea before a 68,000
crowd In I) Una) of the
pun (iround. London, to-
tej Chelsea, unable to
f then lust taam forwarda be-

Uwr handicap |uat aftar the in-
arhen then Inatda Lafl
Huyh Billington suffered a leg in-
farcad to limp along
of the
' than

\ law sec-
ii Cos
\. | put *
thing they had into itie attack an
(ompton headed the tqui
IImt from his brother. Dennis'
ai kick
Manchester United and Live
pool were both beat
Blackpool acorad i traat i win
OVCI Urdtad and Wolverhampto-
Wandcrars, Manch'
remain top of the tabla,
-id Division laadari I
ihjm Hotspur crashed to their
fourth defeat of the season at
Barnslev and Sheffield United.
aaoond in the table, could onh
it home In Leicester Not1
Countv, with a dr.iw I
aster Rovers, with B
home vtcton agalaat
retained their leadership In th'
Third Uivlsion Soutl'
Northern Divisions raapt
< IIITIHH LaAOl'l DIM'.Hi\ e.
MrdrorUt> 1. ffclnl lohnrton* 0 Altai
Ihinfertnlinr AUtWtlc S A'
Hriuth I. AD>kHt Rovwm 3 Ayr UnHrd
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A Cud arm" fliml. Oi*i-s.
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KONU DIVISION: Bumlt* 2. Toten-
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tun Hoivt- i Gniiufci T..-H i
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.-ion Town 0. Cardiff City O PrcUiit
S'orUl Bha 0. Plymouth AraM* 0 Qu**n>
i ..rk lUniai 3. ChMtprtWId J Shefftrld
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