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BAT^^^ < \TT •m SDA Chauffeur Charged W ith Maii.laujiiiLr Spartan Beats Empire 3-2 SPARTAN defeated Empire three—two in their Second II the Par* yesterday evening cored one in the first naif for Spa run and Ainsley Gittens two in the second half McCollin scored I penalty kick in the first hslf for Err. pi re and Wood scored these* rial stages of the ^ame. km .rr. *: th* b eginn ing Ai tr.e game twrMiiued Spartan beran to press M -**. Morm 'lashed in to rereive A pass and scored a power'.fjm rtcae range FocAl Races On Saturday The Sixth Regatta of tne .9*0 Yachting Season wan be tefle* on Saturday off th* ROY*. B-rr*tka Yacht Club Steeling tames and handing* are M follows — /. Gollop Victrix Ludorum j i, %  t vents at the Chria*. ChurFoiarvaattrr. School ; %  .lahn*' rrmt • In the 80 >'J raci and th* i • .'' %  Chair,; and th* nmnT up a/ai spcare with wmt! ' • J. Gollop 'Clau I and J The Oki '-. by Miss G. by MK-. D Agard and Mfca wm v Prtaentation of tr,. trophies was by Mr :. M r !• v.at>' 1*1 II W:u am-'hAc* H* ratt i v %  *0 BV t •* l.i : • ir* *>• a > % "-• %  i %  %  r • i M wam-TMwo *( I c LAM I ft It lUrOrmm *>4 A ,-s— • mi mi i mm \MIII A n Id O TTH %  ••• % iSI • "*i *• 1*1 V %  %  in -*r*M<. K M i i i %  ni •% %  I ii" rid fRAI' %  %  0 I Empire made bul due %  • aaanj '-pprtrtyni%  At time, I i took s To* %  4 anc rushed swiftly %  rnents cf '.•.ba!i •. Spar*.?-. srd | %  •Tear i [riav %  span i : Bsaign Jordan I 1 B -Typl ..->'t %  a m r*H 3 a *—, i a R*d I I D • < a i DWUM t a | •.1 D i %  tajaaadaeai I %  KM % %  sa rarip^v 3 a> Y*u>*-' I D tse %M F-fJ B B I • Hi -, &.. %  n ~ 1 Yvtkx B C PITJ Urn 3 3S RM f. Oaaap. X Y0*v D 4 raiiy ConwtU mm %  >".a. .' M Onu C --.-:, 3 43 %  D 1 MrinBb-1 S U C li aeu J Mad B B B | oaaay RaMaK S 41 ran c H. H*> %  1 4fl RI M J**-.** Omt •* 1 %  r sa R3 B Tit* lotto* JV 4*1*4 nava ft**; BiiftHU Skkt.ra*y :^w A 1*Ci" *.-d* %  ^ Apr-; 1W itW ist. fl BlAIR BAN'XWTTOt, i ra w-i. %  V-. % M I |- I %  lira H M i %  R4H '.rs 1* '• i %  .ra p.1 i. %  B Btarhnuir I A II M 1 SM ; i-ra ai'.a n ai • i a i-t v Ajkr fl I ft >n I 1PC *• II J IITW rOT*Tli %  *' I la A MM-* a imi e*>iM' s^'i in. m 1 I OklMf >'•'' M Ckatja WTli ikin i..i,ii. *T \> i I 4 II '1-1 Y %  ft**** * fl '! %  .-. % %  : 1MKI I II i.i.l II i M y.' i i> rran on, i,ih#> M I 1 O. Jan ftr-1 n A§>rrl Snl T um Bin -i m i \i M i I* KipUflB SM %i .*•** ft D.<* MTB HOI S| tl a > \< I la D.M Im aU-i%  Sg PriiHOss* l ; ill\ Beaten %  %  %  %  %  -iK xhf lead* i %  • i Might The Princaaa fie io alaita %  run -tag** G.H. Manning Deff*ats /*. Homes Mni' Smcle* %  %  I i io-e Mem' IHuk4eft P K Roach and J L SI lOW 6 t 2 Mixed l>4mM Mrs. R S I P Mc G Patterson beat Mr* A. A (Jlbbons and C B Sisnett 6 4 8 3 TO-DAY'S FlXTlKI.'t Meaa SinA March 29 Trinidad won the intercokmial %  occer rubber today beating B G 2—1 in the fourth of ::ve Te*: series at the GTC grounds. dstreby recor-:r.g dstt victory against B.G who has one wffA one match to go. Today's game was packed with thrills and excitement. It was witnessed by a large crowd including TAJA Preside:-.: ComCHayward who B :^esda> to witness the las*. Tests. Trinidad scored twenty .nrrctfr 1 %  B-G equaluea the BrM of the second half when Pssrson* the Trinidad right back scored against his side in an attempt io clear the aoal X ent over by Halley. Trinidad scored tne %  goal 10 minutes from the end. Lewis taking the shot from close range The teams were as follows — TriBtSkftd— Garcia. Cnarlean. Joseph %  '. Carr. w B.G— Lewi5. WlHlamor.. W.l'jr.. Halley Harris. Marks, Thomas and De Souca. Tna • Hi test will be : on Ptiaa-. 'By CaMt] Cyclists Classified The Amateur Athletic Association have ;ust man" dassttcation I l-sts — CLAflE H Stsmrt. L Ca m L. Rd. 1 Joner B ..MEDIATE" D Yarde. C Alle>-ne C H %  roster, R Brat* %  CLABf H I % %  *. M. %  D. Trotman. # frern i-c* I -1 the crsass, he got ..%  .the street He was still there %  aen the poocc came. Te Mr Brmncker: The bus cid %  tuiei while it u on th' ground at tropical airports wil' be reduced by 12 to IS degrees -lr E*#T* oroken gUs d remained -.ad been sitting the right side of the also on ."he lorry ( Sasata fore the -t>.. s heavy -ruling eaasassa] g she i: bus went along a %  %  inc -ne and pfttmad an wc*ad :ror '-bus Augusta Bour%  Ta lr. *e*ee: %  %  %  Bees of arias;Tathe f'hirf Jasti. %  seats on the platform. UM A Cousra %  iiness %  Whe*. .; % %  *' -' %  romed to %  %  V proper Opr re iie%  DANCE HIM)MH \U( ( Ll'B %  %  roo NEED THESE FOR THE C^M&fi. White Sharkskin 36" wide per yard._3l83 White Crepe Satin 36" wide peryaid.,.$2 44 White and Pink Crepe Satin 36"wideperyaid._ ii. '"""" n%ja %  ,. <. i^Miwai PW i i„ H N*l**l 1 SO pm T*fc, : P m Th* N* 1 II p in p up BpurU K-.— Kiwi 4 >u p m Th. Duii> •**•-. %  kM pm Tho Weather TO-DAY Sun Kbm : S.5t A.m. PM Ptti .ll p.m. MUOII I ulli AKII I.llhllm | (II um Utah Hater: IP .... 1.23 p III VLSTEKUAV K.intiM H i.dTiinl.in Nil ToUl ror Monlh w i .1. r ds>: 111 Ins. UmrriUr. (Max.) B4.5 F. Irmprr.lure L^CIV N, .CC< ,\-oS fc^f BASASE ~J H£^£?P \ %  "A"^? ITAJST BE W gi *a \^ .^-^aoTsovE. ):our paBgMSf siuidt and *U.MS full >( MROT and viealii. K> IM fa %  ,'< %  (,,. he.ju.( 11 milk prudiMcd under ui saniian CBBtml w SaBBM >rn ^ualiiy. Jun aan uatil >our yoaag.tci Utic. nggggj Ik-he II lo.e 11 and ittme oa H US WORLD OVER I^VMILK ANS TOII HAVI .JUiToS-sii.. that's why children should be given a daily supply of J & R ENRICHED BREAD with every meal liailM! RH I HKI U J. A R. HOHH XNII .1.1111 VKII W" II • can supplff liom /.*PORTLAND CEMENT in P*. *4 * %  FERRCCRETE RAPID-HARDENING CEJBl RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMW in PIP-IP. and llr-lb. I WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in on*j EXPANDED METAL ',-hl.. -in. a 1-ln mrsb Gslr. %  s-ssV. l-in.. 2-ln. & 3-ln. mrsh Irsn B. R.C. METAL FABRIC, N06, 9 4 6S ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEET? : Phosr iti: WILKINSON & HAYNES Cl H BARBADOS AMATEUR % %  ASSOCIATION Announce their *•** %  siiMifpiAiieas AT THF HODBW Hrr.H SCHOOt STADaH PW Wr.1 lodtan Ami'.cnr Cmw"** 1 on M.nda. April Srd at t M 1 Sclcclrd boxers lrovr hv planr nn Prid-. •* ripM "HUT,,SM r.ui Io -il Chsmpions defend lheir rujhl 5S*! the win t"'.^.1 a be indies i, BriUlh Oulsna. win "" ." 1W | rj who have nolhlai MJJJ" ^^t olsVJtal 10 .l.'plare Ihost pr*"*' bados ngainst eonteslants from Ui*. Wen Indies it British Guiana. Wateh Thi 'her. CHAMPIONS CON T5^ S |BsPt-l 1 Victor Lovell Urlngston BtS&JrTwIP* 1 2 Ssni Kins "Sussr Ray "••JS,. 3. Darnle> Bower, rUglsn Glrtens (W' |-r Six Rounds each. There will also be five "W^^ round bout... .. -ifrv)l, S-* 1 *' Reserve the dote: MODERN HIGH SCI"*" Bsr. Music Refrtshmsnts. tmtSi PRICES Rmfjude tl 00 Ringcirtle P*^-.* SW* -ale at Modern Hiflh *^4,2?|ar '.' •r Ralph Beard. Hsrdwood AWT—saw* uiorinit Emporium. Prince m. "— y.jjt



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IBSDAY. \l Utl I! \etv Books jit Public Library **"* %  £? to-dJ U !" 1 T„ < ••' %  '• • M l will 1* P" 1 "•'" S^oS*-. • Mond ; gjjrt. ,1 9 %  "• %  „i ihMC books have been T^etf*Public 5^5 cover a wid %  STs number of American ELT which may pro Appointed Manager At Seawell HK Excel. !" 1 jDPOtniea Squadron Leader rj E Ilenderyon U Manager, u Airpoii. with effect from „,_ torn in Dominica. Windward Z& r 1918 and was edi Cvtord School. Dorse J_H-> learnt to th [mkrwent course M Ground Engineering. Navl dM WlrttaM -I the Air Training at H amble. B| mi commlsMomd m the K v || ihe outbreak of the t and rote to the rank of Leader, and was twice in despatches, fie aetMcrmandintr officer of the jl.F Station .it Addi-rmasto'i i & 2 iaison officer with the. Per SUtes Army Air Force. j* ctanpletcd hi* service on rtiff nt the Air Ministry. LonBAitBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TilKEK Adenauer's fc 3 Conditions' Approved BONN, March U. man Cabinet toChancellor Dr. Komjd Adenauer's three conditions for West Germany's joining tha COVMU ol Europe, a Government spokesman stated. The conditions nccording to .:-. formed sources •..tcment that the wn u nan ta would like Germany to join the U of Europe. (2) An undertaking that if the tao joins the COWMU, Ip will be provi%  k I nasty. Membership of the .. mittee ol rltTnateri should be ;-i"\*isioiiai only, ending her full r.oii!;) have an o b s erv er attending meat: the Conmitti • %  —ReaW r. LOOK YOUR BEST a OVI:IUIM\VIM.\<. o.\ mi-: IIAIIWAVS TRAFFIC JAMS TRAFFIC lams .ven frequeni %  i nmant a on the waterfront •fare motor vessel "Caracaa" i discharging equipment for the that TeJuclK moving along i found it difficult al ; to manoeuvre among try at stand-still on l and some nine to ten i which ware awaiting loads tar equipment for Irs the airport. %  llfllcull for Ihe %  flow o( (rathe ded aroumi UK roughoul the d m "Garacai" will be At Trinidad. TinI. N. Harrirnan & Co., N. Y. Firms Win Diamond Battle Two New companj %  %  %  their case on an back. %  %  the amount was %  nfion %  --, A %  % %  bank, thi The Mi —Reuler Dismantlm" Begins In Duisberg Visions Doubtful DUISI en berg, ll.-iii Thi.. Catholic Mary, which the H tn %  ear to out in a Bavai:..n Villaee HBEKO. Bav m oriKin.' Biiiio,, of Bamberg sei up f_Coown!Mioii after ;i group i i %  PI Ions" in the vil• Heroldb;icl, r brought thousand Ithe-vi;. rOflnunisslo %  OM' than —Rrutt-r %  —Renter FLYING VISIT OTTAWA %  toba. %  Krut.iW ill Germany Join Council 01 Europe? • Irom page 1 into the ..dded. An inviti i many from terlal commit i*o is not %  i the Coun.. %  • ... :hi Ministerial Committee and, if all (Germany could be repre* %  i ConsuHaIhe Council ol Europe vt pokesman ted .t report h reign Minister, Hobert Schuman. that Prance would supnomination of 0fu tv.i\ |oln* %  Council cfl ute. \\hich nly foundation Commlflaa," the %  e to make %  Gen %  i %  ., g i -....-, % %  applied %  %  i %  %  lor, Dr Kr.111,,1 Menther" of the Cw eting today to •tils of the.eel also ito .. %  the Council's approval -1. bars, culturn quea%  Rruter. VSE THE TYRES IHAMPMOXS tSE USE ^fre^tone CHAMPION TYRES CHA ^nbutOT. Another Priest Accused PRAOITK, March 29. The Czech Commumv per "Ruue Pravo," disclosed today that %  lloman Catholic priest and other members of an illegal anU-Staui organisation" had been charged before a Czech Court Hut the newspaper did not give of the oAheri • act charges, nor the sen.... %  lostpolacek. ol I iblce, who had alred> bean aantasMad bj the U caJ authorities for readl he pulpit which -incit<-.t against" the present regime. —Reutrr. 2 Satellites Protest GENE\ Bulgaria has protested to the nal TeMoomn Union that the United States is lotted to Bulgaria under the Copenhagen plan, here today. rotaal .idded that radio %  he rranefa zone of log. winUottad to than eh 16 %  to the International Telecoounuj Urdoa in • stations in the British i .lies ol Qavnu ravanlnf the Couen-hagen wavelength ,igre<-ment Lt. Neblett Scores 100 l.lKi'l scored with a pi B Club. Th Lt C E Neblett Mr. W. rUehaj %  Mi S. TMnjM M I' A Cbaaaanaan .. J. Pilgrmi %  : : ill" 100 M FIRST EXAMINATION PARIS The Fn %  %  tion to n draft "Antl-Tl Bldault of Information. Paul-H< %  magistriiK be formeo Krutrr. NO ROOM FOK RUSSIA LONT> %  I Keuter. 3 Day Trace OrRoyal Problem BRUaSXLS March 28. i robleini win i am..i i In HelgmmVi I Liberal 1 %  night A lore the Ihfl lem solved. Parliament ma> ad I*' Oaai afholk iTemtcr' %  %  i takar" Qov< i ratif] the Arms Aid Agreement with the Suih %  iMSeHns "is not da%  tion ol Mus ggjiMinanl and the 0" %  ant olui The Liberal leader. i y. tvhen the %  1 Fit. Will I A night m will inter'• %  gotiatlons to go to The i\ %  %  %  l Reuter. Your hair will be handsomer by (ar when you treat it tL 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic Just use a few drops a day...then see the difference! Buy a bottle today! Vaseline^ 11N ^ O washes wmTEaquicker! Pope Rweives Expelled Priest rch %  .' nt thf Vatican ' %  %  % %  hres of tho Munciature In Prague, %  the Coim i %  unieiu' of NUD-. I Rely ctoaad Reuter White clothes are whiter — eoloureds are brighter, with the rich lather nf Rinso I liasy and gcnUe, Rinso washes ihoioughly — it floats out dirt in record time r Dishes take on a new sparkle roo, when washed mRmso. Soifyouwanteasicr.quickerand better washing results — use only Rinso '. RIM SO for all your wash i think this over TO-DAY there must be a reason • rh.tr. ilwuy* ;i "HMHI iH'hind ivijlhini; and when n Ncrts|>|M'r m double its ... Circulation over i -liorl ririod, the obviou MMM iil"' UtoWI \ppl and Special Features. rm; I.VI.MM. \DVOCAII.. pubiubed mm MONDAY. IUM been inounlini; steadily in ciriiilalion mcl it provides n wonderful npporiunit> .NOW for Adverli-c-rs to send their Message in many MORfc Homes. A FEW MORE ADVERTISING SPACES NOW AVAILABLE \ / YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY! GIVE US A CALL AT 2237 Advertising Manager — ADVOCATE CO., LTD. 2508 Advertising Dpt.



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i' K.I i in i: BAHBAIIOS \i)\ THURSDAY. M\Kt|| / BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE r %  f Uwn Co. Ltd.. M. Broad m. I Ihaisdajr, Muck :MI, ltSO < ul'tui.il i ilia's TO-DAY the town of Nairobi will be i lo the status of a city in a ceremony to be performed by His Royal Highness ukc of Gloucester, h .,r a period of one hundred years several Colonial capitals have enjoyed the status of city. Some i conferred by Leti ors by actr. of their own legislatures approved by the Crown. Nairobi is the first Colonial capital to add ind : this that I Kingston in Jamaica boasts of the honour of being the lirst colonial capital lo aehlevi IS, In 1801 it was raised to this status by an act of the Legislature and when the lirst bishop of Jamaica was appointed by Letter! Patent his legal status and authorr : lined and cstab. by an act of the Jamaica Legislature assented to by the Crown. Bridgetown was raised to City status when the first bishop was appointed by Letters Patent in 11)42 but has never been incorporated and the system of local government throughout this island is still based substantially on the seventeenth century system which was the English model of that day. Adopted in Barbados in 1835 this church organisation of Vestry and parish although it has been amended by a "f acts of the Legislature, has failed to undergo the radical reforms which were effected in England. The claim that Bridgetown should be admintatarad by a Mayor and Corporation has been several times advanced and the report of an Investigating Commissioner, Sir John Maude. %  .; i ::ded that Bridgetown should be granted full municipal status. The report has been published l.iturc. ..uch as Vicl %  undeveloped organs ut municipal government in the form of urban or parish councils with limited funcponsibiUty remaining In i.d.s of the central legislatures or of local boards. Others such as Hamilton in Bermuda and now Nairobi havidevc their town councils and then claimrn status il present a cathedral city and the seat of a bishop but, like Hamilton which only became an accll %  day also have her bishopric. The Citiea ol Gibraltar, Georgetown, Brid; .i til 11142 wl.i in 1114 I i'.liil, Kingston in 1301, Freetown in 1893, Hamilton In 11142 acts of .. ceptAftcr 1865 the pp.. out, whenInciple of rei: .at ol refi .on from anj for the creation of Intmenl to It) is an honiierred by the K.i The i' the rnment to it. io Royal %  .clung modem municipal status as aide. Ol II HI AIM.IIS .,%! I EEi\ OR C III IM lilL! LONDON. was Prime Minister only %  party m Party? nwiu. by conviction that as far •no Shadow Cabinet of the ( Pan %  u from the th< I H deciued to conHowever, many ol tne on. '.,. nut as Conservatives cupp %  ... true blue Conservatives. Uoyd o( lalti have Deen vtion but to Churchill s recent tactiea. woulc King to P^fcr that Eden lh %  as heau of lh* • of Commoiw. and he was h4vu.lii.jj of the Oppos.ti..;i : ilp( King's speech. Hi Winston Churchill Is a Conoration on that occasion live But belW tbi ou;tour de force He had U break of war he was not a.i ;-?tive quence with the par. of tnc Party It fact skill mat had the Oovei Party is a strain, many mt i m regarded as u r-bel. Front Bench occupanls %  rally to King fdwai I Vlll and writhing in discomfort. at the time or his abdication was It was by far the outatandii contrary to the j,t m ptea oratorical effort of the If U most of the %  %  %  %  too wai i.i.i. %  It Iba House %  .'-year-oiu I %  nhould seek no further laurels, out should step aside and let Euen take i-v That is what they say covertly, uul none dares declare it openly. The famous 1922 Committee wnlch is m effect the Conservative Parliamentary Party is always held under the chairmanshin of Churchill Many Conservative members object to this. They say that the r opponents, the Labour Party, have the better system, for they ilways have an independent and back bencher as chairman witfl the Prime Minister only COnUQg In when .i matter of high policy %  vhale uv C m bate on the King's 9| But Eden still declines to tak. over The only circumsu: which he would assume lcadershii would be if it were willingly an freely surrendered to him b>' Churchill himself. Eden wil have no part in any undergrouw manoeuvre. He will serve his chic! as loyally as ever he did just a long as Churchill remains hca< of the Party. When Eden walked out on Chamberlain during the Munich crisis everybody feared that d Many of the old lime Conservewould mean the end of his politi%  atm to remember cat career. When war eventually Churchill's rebelliousness more did break out he )< vividly than they do his magniflregimental officer in his old corps. cent war premiership. the King's Royal B The ( front BenchSeveral times the> I But after the fall of France ana crs and the executive of the manoeuvrism to oust Churchill, with it the Chamberlain GoveinParty prefer the Committee to but the rank and Ale remain ment, the first man Churchill, the function with Churchill as persteadfast and loyal to their leader new Prime Minister, sent for was inanent President. an ^C'tlOII IPe'lllM'r be able to defeat an anti-Socialist ,. . majority of the electorate just the majority -. I For no votes are lost. All count ' QgUTlllg llial Amen'Food? We Have Too Much" Tmmma r*j few II" sitUiti* To I *a rawer*. Ol' 'i NtHtfll ||\ Frederirk i 'Mk NEW YORK FOR a. prime example of what happens when Governments start interfering in matters better left to businessmen, Americans radians are drawing attention to food mix-ups afflicting this continent. Floundering efforts are being made by the %  and Canadian Governments to get rid of huge surpluses of food of which they have become the reluctant owners under the "farm price support" programmes 111 both countries. In Canada, it has been official! hat warehouses are bulging with h '4.(100 lbs, of It PRICES —LOW AM) HGH This butter, and 41,127,000 lbs. of cheese ..ow in storage, was bought by the taxpayei it the last production peak. The supplies are >eing sold slowly at knock-down prices. But. caught in their own trap, the Canadian Government are preparing to do the same thing with eggs. Consumers, meanwhile go on paying top prices at shops, and paying taxes to finance more huge gifts to farmer-. In America there are still ^000,000.000 dried eggg In a Kansas cave and other storage dumps, with no buyers in sight. Washington now plans to give away 73.000.000 lbs. to schorls and relief agencies. TWO-WAV TRAFFIC while potatoes are being sent both ways across the border. Time magazine reports that a Minnesota farmer had a large unsold stock of 1949 potatoes. A Government buyer handed him a cheque for about £780 for 160,000 lbs. of them. The farmer, in return, handed him a cheque tor about £5, buying back his own potatoes as "cattle : Thus the potatoes were kept off the market; housewives went on paying top price for the few pounds they wanted, and the farmer pocketed a cash gift from the taxpayer. • • BOON TO DUVBB8 T :LE half the size ol a hen's egg, developed during Ihe war on the D.v: scorr TO-DAYS CO.. LTD. nt'tk.rvN. MWIMuu lor HSU POTS & CHIKKX m la 1 Inch, 11 inch 1| inch „,, from 18 inrhet to 72 inchei wide — Aim — 1 mil Inch hii m GALVANISED LASHING nisi from 10 lo II Gn They -tetter to DC careful than (or j^,, unal r ,. 5u i'. Gandhi wl ; %  >' Suppose there is a ihree-corhalf niiuilng, tuU walking. M >* u Uow trave-u it IcU lllpC ,. on wllh a Socia i is t. a —many of tr.em women conservative, and a Liberal and tarecs. Their gulden ^idd-e >Ld along the hot anklets made a pretty tinkling Mnnen and noije ** lne >' "ipped acrt. voter puts a one. tw< mine to tha all three against the candldate*i mi gave them name for hfi was simple "U an extremely tarelul goingth""d choice. Thu (l r over. Eveo* item of jewellery uie would probably put our murdered brathran." They woman ware taking w iih them Liberal 2. Conservative j shouted n d to be checked against lists. If, when the Ant pn %  lit Nehru, made out in untej there U no majority hadarri. '•"} Vl1 by the Cu"-ene> Control. kno.-k out the candidate with tha of his supKtd them to thj I would i*e certain to pi il majority. tne than the by our Brii. -tern. litI IIISl4-I ... nji 1 lind on to Enxland is a letter Hum Erwu. I M !d ihinjf was that the con-i -dl their bu ti na w In Ingwara just gallisn ll sounded most intriguing: right One nose ring gold and pfail mood. B u *noae ring has D is not pearl t with p< .til ." *** ai %  aiiimc t in India, Pandit !" ** iixing and Govnramant to G vernmant bulk buying is likely to lead to a fan A Ian lamb In Bi % %  I : Aus,. .. I mutton with his AustraMueller, o| Dortmund, C!. I colleague, they did Rcmemoer Krwm' He was the Hi %  %  : %  wool. Qtvman dismantler who, relyinj. Wool has been shooting uo to on 'MM protection of Bimsi "Wall Qanaral nunop and tba British It Australian sheep farmers Military Government, took nil ..'.molt alt changing over to men last July to I \\\. not the breeding sheep for wool rather paraffin works in Dortmund betarget." than for meal, longli.g to the Hoesch concern The effects of this. I am told. He was beaten up by an Ofganlaa i.ed me. "They are Will make Ihamwlag felt soon mob. indmg mat Bi llonliliHe** Ringleaders of the mob, who Mai assets In India should ne#*" [iWr ai>pQarQli before I fund li you suffer from hay fever, as Military Government Tribunal i do, to not fly across the world, were sentenced to almost nomi.'.n i. For I have only sueterms of imprisonment ErwbV with Ittle 1 Ns plane Calcutta to Kanguuii lost in Australia wore a huge I. A P have the system of caadad "i ensuring that I shall fate is just what I expected it tt DtVac twice—once in the be. ilian sununer and again "... I am being boycotted b. IB the British summer. all German authorities ' *, fitttwaWa. forcetl to dismiss most u. wet -v.nniL. my workmen. I shall be forcev One reason why the fccallsti to give notice to tiu :hji thaj workers any day now. I don't I w what to do after that ' *>I out there That is what comes of relying 1 showed Impatience beW.tn prefeie.uial vo.'ing a minon British protecUon in Germany ... had to icturn to Calcutta ority group, like the A —L.E.8. si can motunsts | itartl even in temperatures as low as 25 below zero. It is standard equipment for many makes of tractors, buses, and lurries, and now, with il an adapter costing £5. it has been ivailabla to car drivers, capsule contains a teaspoonful of "Chevron itarter fluid" — a combination of ethyl and ether, plus petroleum products. Capsules, wrapped like toffees, are sold in r storage. HOW IT WOKKS Priming system employed on private cars i plunger, reservoir and primer ed on the daghboard. The rest—coiled copper wire and injection nozzle are undei i attached to the intake manifold induction system. On a wintry day a driver slips a capsule into tih i i and presses the plunger. This releasea the fluid, which is forced through an atomising nozzle. The secret of the fluid lies In its ve-y high e qualities. Supplies of capsules are available for export to Britain if it is possible to ^*et import BULDING BOOM NEW YORK is In the midst of a great building boom, with at least 20 new skyscrapers going u|>. all in the mid-Manhattan section known as the Grand Central Zone. None of the new buildings will rival in height the 102-floor 1,250-ft. Empire Stale is the Uno Secretariat building, with A new 25-floor office building will have underground space for 600 cars — a novelty for New York.—L.L.S. There Is An E*gjy Way To Stop Dangerous Driving %  ng" in to-dj i %  Kick %  then bumpiXI 1 say on %  Lt go: l %  JT—IQW In/limit} %  I tt day innab %  anybody eUe. llu'. I "'I i fudging from oltn wrote in Sunday. 1 ant tat ha Baabi that pn by tand and offer him success. MT Smith apparantij uiu to 'tiat most negroes regard '-> being Inn Igt, Ihc ago when impressions mould %  taught the M %  aaaoy made %  to his capabilities, hu rightful place. I it might be well : %  i drink uieii from cups or glasses, thus hi no denying that that is a mattei of personal choice In this M-. Smith has mistaken the letter for the law. Guide the young negro Mong the paths of higher thlnkin* and all these incidentals would be added. A child cannot be taught culture and the appreciation of beauty. Such come from within many of us walk to and fr without as much as noticing the bloom in a m joyful whistle of raaa aspirauoi. what he is o LOUIS R (V i // %  W Buv lor, mr Adv Mjme recent Great Britain a manuf;. whose name Is .lication to offc to a Canadian publisiu the Canadii.. day* ago we passed f<>. In order to obtain mar I \\ doll %  October Issue of a Can... liaa going to sell them. zlne and we An two 1/6 pajie insertions mall, from anothc due to devaluation of tn< o a solio t tha rate of Cl! rttatag together wit as we pay for Canadian buyer to a similar IngUsh publl : I feel we cannot in currenc> inn during %  %  tish prlci tive to C.inadia mpt us I run of the mat'%  -'< problen. < but Britai. buy. HEADER • ' ' %  %  •*ted with a Bom-de-p.nme but un FISH %  ataaa Kippen Maaanal ^S*i• Fruita & Veetble C>Miue — T.m.u SCrlrt a..,,,. t.rr.U IM



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!" r -I HSPAY. MARCH 3 % % %  <>. ili:,ii BARBADOS \DVOCATE PAGE nVE Chauffeur Charged V^ith Manslaughter Assize Case Resumes Toda y CHARLES LASHLEY, 30-year-old chauffeur of v. T-nd. Christ Church, : manslaughter vesJiHlav as the March ItU liana s, -__ Grand Sessions Uiston between a lorry drive, by the accused and a *bu y Honald Thompson lent Augusla Bourne, h %  1 btl hie. The arident oc urrrd on ike mornins or Sept. -9 last ytu •Till before 3 *. m a,^^ %  on ' party of about ?•> hawker* whom lhtruck wa brinclng to ihr Oft %  in Cattymore, cnief Ju.1 .. jver the Court. L ifiended by Mr. J. E. f. Brancker ease for the Crown is % % %  % %  1 '••-' Died 09 Hi n n .£> Solicitor I Hearing of the case continues The Story The Prosecution's first witness, Edward Bourne of Silver Sands. ba was the father of ilourne. He last saw her on September 29 at the General Hospital She was living. Half an hour later he heard that she was dead. He identified the body rd. Bourne said that his daughter was a hawker and was bom In 1898. Poor Brakes Mr. A. Famum, inspector of vehicles, said that 00 S 29 he was called at Maxwell Hoad at about 7.50 a.m. He saw a I lurry on4&a road. The 1 (acini the City and direction. He examined the bus and lounu the rifht iront fender and cage damaged and the bnokon. Debris was scattered around the 'bus. He tested the vhMi chair twice a day/ after l r ^cs of the'bu. and found them breakfast and lunch. He said thai in P r condiuon. the -ood although prepared in diBerent way is quite tasty. terday George Harvey Charged WiiH Murder G EORUt: HAatVKl was charged baft re 1 fip Mr. H. A. Talma ... of Heumai f/esuiuiy Koad — %  > % %  m ^t April 5. nunte was stabbed in "i % %  >• P.m. on Itootuj and war admitted to the U Mie.-i ri '•" %  '"fc"' W i died about 23 ajn. Uie foileving morning. -| AM FEELING 1 gratelul to the persons and tat Navy League who have sent me books, magazines and (lowers to cheer me up." Those won'-'' were spoken by London llrcman Francis Ellas (Jack) Neighbour who is boapltalucd here after an operation was performed on his right foot when a flUed oil drum roiled over it while he was on the Anglo Saxon oil tanker %  Thelidoeius". jack was taken up to gery on Tuesday for another (jmnnf. and inspection to his foot Hi saia that he was told that there* are no signs of gangrene and the healing is quite satisfactory. A ikUi grafting may soon be attempted. There are five vaaef in Jacks room and they are oil filled with beautiful flowi n Jack letter from his mother over the week-end and has written to many of his friends m the U.K. He ta ..JW moving amund on a THarT OF STt*DE\ Be laricuttura come to study Barbadian mcthn.. gfc M, Director of Agriculture (sixth from left) ahoci %  :day it the lorry an eggs were scattered about. Te Mr. Rraacker: brake marks of the loci: road. I did not see an] shells near the 'bus Bu> Conductor Ebasoi IrUBi ductor of the General Motor Bus Co. said that on Septerwas the conductor on motor 'bus M-361. The bus left Bridgetown for Silver Sands at 4.45 a m. Along Maxwell Road hi light of a vehicle apprc 1 the left side of the 'bus. The driver of the 'bus -topped and he suddenl. swerve to the rig road. Shortly ;,::_ (rash .uid tftei cnmpartmeri torn down. He the early ba served right Mdo to .see what had :nned the lorry. He found the front pan of in* platform '.csted the braJoM of the lorry and founu them in bad condition. He said that he carried out a road test of the 'bus and at a speed of 20 miles an hour on application of brakes, the bus travelled 31 feet before stopping Ho pointed out that if the bruko wen ;i i'ood condition. .,1 M Ida wouio >l>ed within 19 feet. He also carried cut a road test of the lorry. At 20 miles an hour on application of brakes, the lorretted i-9 fee: 11 loeha before stopping. He investigate^ a -FINE OF 30/to be paid in A 14 days or in default one month's topritonmarit was imposed on Charles Squires of Mason Hall Street and Seibei t Cadogan of Slavs Hock by His Woi H. A. Talma yet'' They were found guilty of stealing a quantity of sugar valued at lOyfi the property of M. L. Harrison of Fontabelle. The olfente was committed on March 28. F OR HIDING the motor cycle P-295 on btation liiil Ho-v. without duo can uon lor persons using the aama road on December itt, Josepn and found out that the maste of Bushy nder, which holds the fluiPhilip, was lined 20/and 1/for the brakes, was not buUdin costs in 14 fiayi tu m od the brake shoe Bt by His WOT! b H. A. Tauna yeltiua\. I Cpl Bralhwaile. Police Pho1 tosrapher, next described th* W INSTON BOWEN of Black picture* he had taken of the Hock, was lined 15-ba u collision to the Jury, days or in default one month s im1 pnsonmen; b> The Doctor H. A. Talma yestertUj indecent language on black Hock. > iimei HaU Plantauon. St. Andrew. The lorry was being driven to Bridgetown laden with bags of sugar wnJ I tarpaulin. The tarpaulin Hicks fell to -i 1 while the lorry was moving. I EON J(M B Church wai admitJ dttained at the aaTuesd j ivhich h *u cutting fell and broke his foot about 3.30 p.m. A DOUBLE KUOI I.I) shingle house owned by John Branch of Horse Hill was comPiettiy oectroyed by lire yestcrM>' about 12.1.'. a.m. The house "insured and the origin unknown. THKII. Q| UtTEM Of 0 trash field was bum! bg Wirleigh plantation, St. Peter on raaaday, New Head For Cable & \\ ireles8 Ltd. •evn appointed Managing Mr. John Innes. C !(.. who ratine from that post on March 31. Ma; 01 -General Leslie Burton. noils, aged 54. re tir ed Federation Necessary TWO members of %  etarday told U cate" that they considered th-? '. • Indies a most necessary thin*, but that ultiea to be overcome before it become a reality er said that the fed^om'iureetor L ra 1 i **u P • %  scl out ln ,h •hrdtad in, \, a *d i Since then he has 1 ""* Within hii opinion the grea.raal and nri the West 1 %  ;:-.,' nitai ing the Seconn pened and saw the damage to the 'bus. He later dtaO %  light he had seen wt a truck. It had stopped further down on the left side of the road. He went towards the id took the number. He said fiiat the lights of both vehicles wire still switched on was dark. The 'bus was making the first trip to Silver : eople In the road. To Mr Rranrkrr: In before the travelling at about 20 %  %  an hour. The 'bus stopptxt abou' two seconds before the Impact After the accident nothing wa* •emoved until the Police arrived The light of the vetald bog was coming at abou the same speed as the 'bus wa' •ravelling. To 11U Honour: The ** a treat step toward* od without • .bilitv ol the color. %  1 a nothing He felt with \v rolonies so far apart, there woul<" be great difficulty in reochim their ol. • 10 \^ ill Study Barbados Agriculture Mr. C. Lynn. Acting Professor of Agriculture at Trim.'. .ege of Tropical Agi.culturv. and Mr. Humphrey Web). Senior Lecturer at the Collet c arrived from Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A. accompanied by aftgQI students who are training to be Agricultural Officers in the Colonial Agriculture Service They are at the Imperial College on one year's post graduate course ana they are in Barbados lor about ten days on 1 "Study Tour", to learn about agricultural methods here. at at the airport by Mr. C. C. Skeete. Director' of Agriculture and other members of Uie Department of Agriculture's surr. The names of the students are. F. J. Carver. P. L. Hotchin. A. S Mac Donald. J. H. Mubum S S Parker and R. E. Rowc, who are from the Colonial Office — General Agriculture — in the U.K.. (i K lii-ham from New iniinci and S. EL K. Herring who is from ranad* They arc all staying at the Hastings Hotel. CROP MAY LAST UNTIL JUNE %  -r's sugar crop wlucn started late Janu.n j Mpacted %  Palght last until Mag or early June, the Advocate" learnt from the Agricultural IV1 day. At present than ua -'* rtcuui 1 pan factories producing sugar. 11 small plants making far es and one small plant makins miucovado sugar. The latest official estimate with regard 10 the n of sugar is 140.000 ton-* up to the end of ftbrueJrv, Apart from 00a downs, the fac.vnes are running satisfactorily There's a lot of BEEF in a little BOVRIL h Maj Oea \|< lllll.l.s :' %  He wa! Sugar Leaves For London About 2.350 tons ol Hlltf anil quantity of tw '•*• %  l( | Rround Kri'l.iy evtnliil J:\,; TiipH" (4.411. ton 1 '.Jon. / m por*. a' daybrrak lesterday to bl inK of thicaiflo. Mesani. Uf Cctlt Co Lid. arc the \f II %  1 U • IT WlUdn %  II back lo hull tcmeiil !<> UM In this hat thi' 'l'j> nu WHAT'S ON TODAY Court .,1 (.r.ntl Section, J! 100 4.,,, Mrrliiu or Christ I hurc h Vctry at 2.0 p.m. Alhl.11, SporU at Quern'.. lollcic at 2.00 p.m. 'Mlball. Kcii.ini.n.11 at 5.00 Pan. Mobile ( inrma. M AuauaUnc'l R„,, >,hool !•-"re. St. Gcorir at 7.30 m pilal. ioy he pcrlorm. paat niortcm ex i m l Mtt O n on pltal. Bdward Bourm idcntmcd the body. . i that In his opinion Aunusla Ilourne was about 50 aead lor about 4) hours. The body was well nou.. '-' told "} e •.he various discoveii*'! .. .^ i • I '"' '" bil ophllOB "ouriie died from • i haemmorhase lo ow%  kul1 %  other multiple ML.-iiremcnW I Gill said that on September 29 at about Mi went to Maxwell Boa,i With him l'.C. Sarjeanl 1U MV two motor vehicles drawn up on the road. He took measurements in ine „.,ver ollhelor"' ,.^ m of the dn> Id Thompson „ed the posuons „cles lo the Court, arid pointed out mat the lorry w l„d with se.U to anjP^" ,,, pool of blood „ under the right rear "' fast rote with the lorr.v which had rsscngers on the platform. A iL-lurinaM Oliilmir* Sir John HUIMHI Irllow of OdOlli INK Mattel occurred last mtht John llutson. Kt.. O H F... I inded in action F.C. l'dot in Omni ^i< BHRIII MMi'd uir Wrst Indies early in IMS aud toured Hie ..rea an.jioit.nled by A. G. 1.. Ituuiila-. I.sq., Im lalwaal tttUUSOt'i i"l "l' 1 r.un Head llllne. Ini. | niilrnines were held with l.uvenimrnl Administrai || .MUI of the larier island, the General waa uai il.-d to .tddrrss lo. >1 ( luini ( iimmerrr on the I .nnu.i.v I l".• I<> David Callendar. a that on September 20 the 4 45 ua. '!> %  nade to go to Oistlns. About live boarded the he got near Maxwell i %  %  The ln sa-denl) .anw lo a standstill. When he looked up „, v. the driver. ,... ,,..L. !" "Xlior" his rompartment lie al..i MI.-M ,1 is acting 111. %  When the iBOKl 00 •bu. wai not moving Up lo UM time II'..thing from UV A Paanisr Kenneth Walcott. a Chauffeur •aid that .ai September 20 he was • oa page I NO ELECTRICITY CUTS hag inlorn fr but thu ha* alu) Iwen den VI). BA. II H. C M I) IMI mca i.itiif Bai %  Pirn %  I Bl %  i UM lata i i if whom held distinguished [icsitions in the Empire H hmthei Sir A llutson was a Colo-I ill othai i Antigua und Archbishop of the W< diea for some educated at bodge School. Codnngton College and proceeded to Itiinbuigh ubivarsbM, He returned to Barbados in 1H8S and t the Barbados General Hospital. trad a* Public Health Inspector and Poor Law .,i;.! whan tho OAM -it chief Madleal Officer was created, ha BCtad in that capacity for son %  He was appointed a member of latrva Council in 1M0 and served a* a membei "I M iOd for some ... anted Barbados at the Of Mi Ma.' mttl be resigm-d OS the Ix^gUlallve Council, he was Chairman of the v Empire ParliaAssociatlon. He was twice married and widow, Lady n nipathy will be We havi less] i Baauttful iasortrnetrt <>f LEATHER NOVELTIES Bud Painted) With the Crest of the INIVF.KSITV 1(11 .. II INDIES and .ilso with the Cm HARBADOS I nto to that friend abroad or at I. HANDBAG PURSE IKK IK MAKKKIt POCKET KNIR in cage) SHOPPING PUHSE KEY ASK LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK SHOPPING LIST ^^ HAIIt Ojupg POCKET MANKUHE JIPP PURSE t2 kinds) STAINIXM KNira In case i"OMII (In cate) SHOE HORN (in cae) SEWING SET [RAY PURSE (I kinds) FOLDING: ItL'LE •,SE MANICURE SIT HATCH BOX ('OVER i ARD CASK MAGNiriER lin eaae) COMB I NAIL Kll.K TOBACCO POUCH (ZIPP) asc) POCKET WALLET CIGARETTE CASE BPP .lAl.l.Krs (with the Map of Barbados. Uhgsj IVindom BRUCE WEATHEIlllllll LTD. Head of Broad Klrrel Bovnl Is the toncmrrattd goodness of beet, sod you only need %  link Borril to give your meat dishes %  lot of flavour. .. a lot of tppctising tastiness Your family will ctnoy Borci dishes sod you will rnioy making them because they are sera toplease. Alwayi bSTe Boni >n the house, aind dnnkh daily. Remember BOVRIL makes excellent sandwiches, and improves all dishe*. , EPHEDROL quickly relieves COLDS and CATARRH It .Icars the nasal pasnsaai t> rrmiui' stutfiin**. and the dteresuriM conditions of heed I olds and catarrh. ITif patai M nasal applica t ion bottle iInnnltaly better than spray or dropper, snd can be carried onvcnientl\ in handbag or pOCatCl "iihout tear of leakage. D I ivcrpool. Englsnd Obtainable from >i! lrug Stores; KNU.IITS LTD.. AGENTS A IIISTKIBITURS. I THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES" FOUR-SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. i Try thvHv fi,r yt,ur cushions, mri and curtain* LION CREST PRINTED CASEMENT 45 IN -.d. p.. ,d 99c. & 11.00 LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT M ,d. p.. yd_.~ ji.or, klue, l.ose. Green. Ma toon and Chaiuy „!,,• """" FOLK WEAVE <• %  w,de par yd .$1.26 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street CHECK UP!! YOL MAY III Ol llll -mil OF llll SI ITKMS VALOR STOVES—3 Burner* \ \I.OK STOVI S—Prcuure tvpe ni.ow TORCHES I l.i I I KIC VUl.CANISKKS (STENOR) I I I I IICIC HOT PLATBS (Single and Double Burner.) ELECTRIC FOOD WABMEB8 READING LAMPS OAStDI s llii'.l AUTO PL'MPS— Iliind .ind Fool ALTO TROLBI.E LAMPS \~ni SKIS ton i'j" COTTON WASH. ( VI II: I VHIS und TUBES M CRSSOBUS BICVCLI:S-ll,,„|es and Plulli,,, HILLSIDE PLOVGH8 ICOIIIIM TIIO.M I %  ia. COURTESY GARAGE DIAL 4391



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PAOC MX BARBADOS ADVOCATE rm %  A„c H VIABLE D OCVMM TO BRITISH f^ARlBBEw LANDING CLOSER ASSOCJATION COMMITTEE 194*49 RIP KIRBY I P—7 Tfc. T~ OOOB*N TO f se • i*hi *-^^^^^ f V v i->'V < REVM Of nt vi urn ill < REAM OF WHEAT. Small lOi oravM 4i? Ql AKKK 0 IT! .n liiu 18c MORTON S i.K'M Mi OATMlAI 4U, MOIilllVs PI VKI BARLEY 51. WEETABIX Lartr $4, l'l VB1X PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF All


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,\ncir r *".n. n,Y MAiieil* •:'.... 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS BARBADOS ADVIKWTF. PAGE SCTEN ,. redder*. • 1st-' &* %  %  11? fun*"' -1 1 •"*; •H HIM %  sainner. Phone *OM 19334. Chauffeur Charged W itli Manslaughter i MC-OHIAM ..ii in,,. M-JM rr or •! .flTTi m ' 3 "" >. SSTL: ;>n"vk > !" i? 7 "">• In I'arlMc K.i r M** %  * SALB P— —r T^! MV In good condition. An* M ^ MlM-tln. %  ***rr Don** Oir SuitabU C**'-JSTv v '" rV*-up omri:-wrhiii st nei -„ ," %  jgS S-':,,';,-v. Ml M 2., cHuwmn, umwta co Th-r* •x-dnmna. fully furnlahed A.,I .I, %  .. [, Beard. Hardwood Alloy Phone ***, V 3n M 3 ;*_tp ****^h**m Cylinder. 14 11 P "t^SiAU. veering whrt. hxrt^STful to :ugr-a twnpart^ %  IvllW mile* <•"* IW — >0 s.'rr.i j*C lAPiOORAM-Wilh Autoiiia*i-rt Cnanger m rxcnilrnl rondl. At Ralph Beard* Auction L. ^iwc< Alley. Phone 4SS3. Thor Cloth*" Wi.il.Ing I7V*1W Pr CtoUiM A Dlw Waal". u-^irM We have found be*l afle %  a. MI uvd asoroad Some of the .irl' R^iMHlki a yr— .* %  SSacwcnucAi^co^^ pnwcui IrrtU-ODe Germ Three *""?* %  *•*, m pertel condll*on H*mUle EL. A|r to McCurtnry l*^vi %  i^_ ii t\ib# BOA. Floor Modal ETrWiap* BocinMW. Britton* Hill ifcyi TPT further ltvlormlIon Wt^iTFO sHnoCropnrr. Hour* 30 to t SW> WMWMI M In* gflM, M i v TUTOR to tMch two rhlldrvn J,M10 Wrtto IUCK90M. P^^n ^i '* UACU. bictoilnc Photograph Ml.W -fc. LMMEprA-Ha,Y Ql cuok 7 Hou* Pmrlour UMd to SO vmr. old ""! ^ ^V rtorr ana h*%* . movners. Apply 7 to 1, „. e ^U Pbt i Codnaetor. llili TWpnor **** 30SK.-:, MISCELLANEOUS COAT On* Warm Coal to Bt chl!flthleen month* Banwood 2ITJ. W.l SO—,v Wanted to Buy JOLVEH.V GOOD WORK (or ir-jl 1 ?!S£ %  "! ,, %  r r4 u '*" ,or Hoiawhol DM %  JO 3 STAMP?-A11 kinds ol Uted PMia| Stamp* at liuneW**t Indira SUUTID CBay *rrrt. nr:dp-town. B IHrfti |1 j o j so* 3n IMWI II M I III uc INT. aa Slnxrr Treadle %  > condition. Rnatwofiri T "' 3 3n %  n iHJLTV-PvJre brad Plymouth Roc% %  • din old pho"e TWO 2M 3.5-3n 0CELLANEOUS I-A'U.TITS Wtuch will dr mi can be i>otatnrd from %  on A Oo. You can art It various colour* I and other nupriaea I^ok nuckinf nrn and Ihr little ia (h* rajr. „nr .iltr* the taon* Toy Drpl h— lham. 10 3 St~-*n IDItA A :-D ' Gjrafe Ud Phnnr HIS .3 MBn aLVAMSEO ?1PE. HEUE' ltolf-...C> T*o..vft mivimtrd wpe. 28c to tl Ot *M A BARNES ft, CO LTD 25.3 SB— I ( n I PIPES A P1TINOS. Hlie :>.. Ilk, 2 ; 2',. 3. A 4 fnen i Tn* Co., Trafnttar St It 3 SO l f.n PLVANISB SHEETS In 34 and V %  ML, t. €im. Bit mid Bit. Irntnhi %  MH itral pla'.ra 1 lit. 1 8 '.. %  aM 11 In varlou•!" Enqultr Tyrt Compiiiy, Ti-fi,-Irr* 1 3 50—t l.n ".£25 "*' ll > r *rnd by obtolnuif ordai for private ChrUtmaa Catat froi %  our frtonda. No prrvloua nDfrieni nrrrwary. Wnto today for beautiful fre S*mpl* Book to BrtUln'* lwrrtt u.. I .lemon Publlahan: hlfheal commlaaiomarveitom money maktni opportunii) l> niCOROS YOU WANTED%  f_r her* and they"re keen • %  MtUri and Bint r*..rda, Rhuin%  c. lonundo Roaa, voca>|a by An %  Ihtart, U11U Drothrn etc ALL l-RRSOWS. VTR.MS AND COV I'ANIGK rarr>-ntc < Btoertlei of the aaC '_. for the purpoae of Awi ment Such peraorat. Firm* and Corr PMiira not complying with the proviaHn ot the anid Act Incur B penally DC . amber IanStreet. BrldKetown. without u*lv. .„ ti. Ihr Vmry may proceed with the btumra*. By Order, %  O RF-nMANClark. St. Michael a VeeU? -v IB PIBLH SAIKS Ltelfucuotu I will tell at Cable and >ard. St Lawrence Oan. on ftT^, ""' **b March, beainnlnc at ^J !" ." "llection of Short Pine •Bt limber, *veral block none*, I Pin* Tabka lulUble fm _T '•• %  • %  M or making ichool !" wt 10 ft long m a ft. wide rapbaard 7x3 ; cha.r.. boxea, (Si %  t*J Lawn Mowen. Mi l 2 eel unk o**aaclty ISO "tBti "" %  <" i"W^tTERMS CASH DARCV SCOTT. "ii'iri n ;n,l ructed to aril on tha £>• WUtam H,„., s„„, „„ "J ~ W, M. re K ., 1 o'clock. ft;'*"" Mcc* COO.I.U 3 %  MIS L M ""' •"" D'ARCY SCOTT. *JUJite Aucuonocr. PLESTATE Iff !" <"T ,;„ „ *jra^ !" ">; covered with ulvih""i^, H 1'"lclon. No D AH( V *iCOTT. ,J !" ~)>< ir. I.nfc, St W •""• %  >****• ISIS. 1 ""' "~ '— %  iJrljcMillor. |, Archie Ckvke pr->nc mia ir. B i£ r %  TS" ,h *<• %  > BVK* ~S? l f "1 CHA" S IHT.."!" '" t.* n.o Und > "• MM CMrk" L "Kiooed end nc^. NOTICE HARnAnOS. IN THE AhtllKTANT CO I KT or \rrnAi. Re Workmen-(V>mpen*atl labour er wa* injured by falling •tone* over hanging the quarry in which he wworking and died aa a. rwult of the MI injurle* and that Cofltpenaauon h* been paid Into Court. All the Dependant* of the ahnre ..-•ned .Uceaaed -re herehv*r*qu.red V apnamr at the above-named Court or Weo^eaday the Nh day of April IB* at IB n clock a).m :..t.-i %  Mi .!*• ed IflnB %  '%  •' T V (JIlJiES Aa. Clerk A C A •ft wfr n HSO> ti The public are herein warned again glean credit to my wife IAW JORDAN inee. Murrelli a* I do no* rmyeeJf reepruvible for her or • n an rla* contracting any debt or Uim*BY I0PD St l"niliP 79 3 SB—an Pnklie Salea-Conld. • Owngra" Aanncution Tapti. 4,411 ion* %  %  f'orn Anturtw. Agan*" < i %  II II in %  I M-i.-i IW-I.,,.., :. %  Agent*Srhoonar Owner*' AaaocUtlo. a-h t-ynl E Smith I apt Hut Mrm. from British Cuun. Arr-aaSch 0mer AwU %  ..ueen. 44 torui •. | King, for sa Vincent, A .. HwnerB* Aaac^lallon SHIPPING KCT2CE& ^ TlllTH WITH BARItAIXIS COAST STATION u>^HrHi CVML. """"" %  %  "* •*••' A, SrUl!" ^"~"* "''l "HcoUh ", !" !" Oc* BoUon — ^ ^, 111.1. .. % %  Rr.is .;"•"."" • Ilocee 9 s !" deiv S S Eeeo CVdrfT s S LUni lorura-nod. S S. New LoiutoT^ri *>^ ?. B LU: '• AiraOi S New orle^v s S*laa^t^u^ S^T g£££ W s s 2T !" ., s s s S Mylcen *>krAU^ Bfl Irance S 9 Marrnrvac fl | AJooa Pennant: 1 OteetMl ea*rti#~"c~V"i il-", , %  u wn-n I SS Marlr TMAI M S r.ron,: s OiwaJLI^^ ^-i. A T SSid LSDVBU -""%  cop G,.ru,„: Fn, ? M SSS "^l" 1 ""-, '••"'• lucre. 1*. -on SJDII Uc DonUd Jorir, Mllb.,n, si !" ,, Wk Rorec Km: Rcen Mc ,vloidlh Morv Mc "ilkiiicti Prom Dtenom.. ^^ I* 'I^Dor*^^9 ^"^ M?T i^^"*--? : " = Jon" ** P Wkknam: Man M WVkh-m K. Agard: Mr* B. Inni** : Mr. C A JJcDo-rni\Iia* Marian: Ml*. E Outrapr Mr R Erniage: Mr* OIr> McC.rIhrs BOH Mary Weaion: Mtu J Field*: Capt Jarnwe Stock*: WJ'AHTURIX BY nwiAi, For Ttirvldtd: Mr* Man(iili : Mr Vict-ir Oil): Mr Oordon Johruton: Mr Ji.', MUa Klan. Huniirie. Francii Harm: Mr. lw wAirrn Mr C! jt,,> l..v,(0n: O0| Keith Stea-artMr *nitri: Mr HenrI-.rU: Mr.. I.ordMrBd Mr*. Ben. H, Mr* Louie Mullln: Mr* Jggii "Kaipaki" lirings Meat 1-.IHS Ot muttOB were brought by !.%  s s which arrlvrd hero jn Other Itcmi broughi by the same i^o;it wtn box It, diums ol mixed Ice cream, i | ; %  %  The meat is consigned to %  V Scot! \%  U*e ivniainlBI cargo is distributed among several oil "Geraldine" lirings Wood Eighty BOM ol iii-uood arnvtstl %  rday Itoa iiritish Guiana by the 87-ti I ildme H.", which Is COO Ihe Schooner Owner?*' Association. The '"Geraldine H." made the voyage in BWOth saiU iDg. SKlj.ij.-ris of i'hwil!il: .ilin-i m r IUMT. # from pg e 5 .1 passenger of the 'bus M. 361 B When the "bu.i i ircAl Road, I n the right mad. Tog) ^ii its left and proper side. 'his time the 'bus was at %  till Tha lorry struck : :he bus by the drtvifi Bga. The lorry travelled %  little rVety, along the rood l-oture He heard people shout-' ng After the collision the lights of both v. nil burnkttac got on a bicycle T Mr. Branrher: I ^aw i-viI the inquest beItCf Mr. It. A Talma. .ud thai one ol the ad ettttfa of the road. on Scot! of I->dge Road. Chri Church said thct cm September 29, last year he had boarded .< tJ.ncral Bus by the Royal Tlu-atrc. Worthing View for home. On reaching Maxwell Road and approaching a COTRW r sounded the horn and went around the cornat rtf] m two dim lights coming towards them. Tht td, and in %  short space of time he heard I trail. When he saw the lights Mr, Martha McCuikHHTh Mr wi %  < somo yards away. l.'.'^'^irfen 12 A^%r£ra. M Wh n ,h **" ^PP" 1 '"^ Vttn Mead: Mr* Mead: Mr* Soott on page X (.imiiAiiiM \oinis The Report on the Barbados General Hospital by Major T. J. Hallinan. C.B.E. is on sale at the Colonial Secretary's Office at a cost of forty-eight cents per copy. 30 3.50—In. >lliri'IN<. MASTEK. UTOIMMI SI tlK I1AKIUH It AM) HAKBAUOS Applications art I tha ix>st of Harbour and Shipping M.ls'.CT !..,ll .1,:.: Applicants must be the holder of .. Mrtlflcata as Master of I fuivign fpini :hip, or must !i;.\. ,t:.,ii,. .i thfl rank of Navigating Lieutenant -r any bignar rank In His The post is pensil of Drug and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Mean) < Amendment) Order, 1950 which will be published in tht I Mth March. 1950. 2. Under Una Order the maximum ielai. of "Lydit Pinkhams Compound" and %  Phillips Milk of Magnesia" are as follows:— MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE -.hams Compound Phillips Milk of Magnesia UNIT OK SALE Small si7.e bottle Large 4 oz. bottle 12 oz. ., 1.70 38c. 82c. 30.3.5O-2n. .Mention Is drawn to the Control of Pri. I (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 12 wlmh srUl bo published In the Official >l Thursday. 301h March, 1950. 2. Under this Order the maximum arboll MaU selling prices of "Beef-Corned" are as fQUoWl LM A MM .Ml LOST IXKiT FlttiM vn nl-SlDENCE on itourday Oir IBth Man 1BO0. on* Rook ii -i. aarBBtal *e i b I ta % %  K." IU0J3 to IBSM. 1MB bun Road 3SB~ In CROUPY COUGHS Quickly rclievr toughing spaurta. loosen deep phlegm and clear congested aU'pasugr* with tooUv mg. mrdtcinal'VaroRub Steam. J uat melt some VapoRub in a bowl of boilma f water and i-n-tv-a-1-c. WHOLESALE 1'RICE ro than) of 48 x 12 oz. tins $4.42 per 12 tins of 12 on RETAIL PRICE (not more than) The Si !innner "Anita accept Cargo and Paaarni Qrenada. allma Saturday TnerVhowier %  (..-rdenu. W • • Trinidad eailing Saturday April Tha M V Daerwr"! accept Cargo and Faaarnrcr* Aruha. date of railing will given MOVIII >i M rra \i i v M * I M .(> I 1M r 'Mill II iM A N 40c. per 12 ot. tin ^Tronn M, co REAL ESTATE gSSl^ EM ^ ATo AT IB. c*. cl Ih. un* "T'oev next Sid incUttl M i P •" .„*!* compMluor, , VSefBARBADO .1 ia -Mrc. AJ>l.Ano u 1. .|rc BARBA1XW £* %  'ssnjcc %  • .1 rMm WIKT INT11A JJ> !" CArUUNOTON RIAI 1AND PMThee, ^ >' %  suaet. BriraWtown _, r,-. Th* abov* are 'he ^.^ m l J'„Z' A DELUXE TABLE MKHUX %  u I 3 Boiiing Bwrner* and 1 Oril Burner lomptete with pan SB" A UTILITY S1L\1W GPFY Enamel Gaa HulpivInS Burner* l ol which M • pan m %  •SUITINGS r.n|U*h Trxlilr llouae have \ ir.iiic* for Reliable Agrnls U> ^rll t ul l^nglhi on C.O.U. hgals. Good (ommtwJon Apply Box D. 17 African A Colonial l'iAgrno .liird BnlSi.3 5S-aa. a Red Lion square, London. W.< I IUrbaiIi.> Real Eslalr -. ,.i BanvoM "• >MI HU Oibba* Ba*. Bt Jar—* INTHEtTTY VaJn.b!r II ,-miKini oi land and ruihl^utd vn Boltsireet and Prince William UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES Applications anInvltad fot apj>nitment to the Chair of Medicine to take effect at a date as soon aft.i 1st May. 1950 us can be arranged. The PwfOaaOt will lie Head of the Department of Medicine tod wdl be responsible in his Department for the organisation of teaching which is due to commence in October 1951. and for the development of ret.ii.n in this subject .lie vU] initially to assist In the detailed planning and equipping of the Teaching Hospital, which it is expected will open duiing 1951. The salary will be at a ilxed point In the range £2.000 to t2..')00 DM annum. Provision Ii made for superannuation contribution and child allowances are payable. Unfurnished accommodation is available at a rent not exceeding 10% Of salary. Applications (two copies), giving full particulars of uualinbna received before April 1950 by the Principal. University College of the West Indies. Mona, St. Andrew. Jamaica. B.W.I. 30.3 50—In. QUEENS COLLEGE ATHLETIC SPORTS Qunan its Annual Athletic Sports in Thursday. 30th 1950. at 2 00 p.m. Pare: i a n d old Guis of tha t-adially invited There will also be races for ills. School Bog Little Visitors. 3d :i BARBAIM>S IN II:KSCIIOOL ATHLETIC SPORTS %  I KIAMM.IIIV OVAL ll'lliM lilt Mrch. IDS* Hrillinlni 12.3 p.m. \.lmi.iim. 2K. lie. School I hildrri, In I'nllorr. 12c. '.'.-^...'^.-A'.**'>'-'^e-.' ? ^5r>*L RECORDS Now ii your opportunity to .bt:,,n :t L. lion of ihe latest hiti at a reduce price, such us— SOMEBODY ELSENOT ME PMI /lorrti STAYING AT HOME F an IVdllrr A ROSEWOOD SPINET Joe Lou BEAUTIFUL EYES Joe Lou BUMBLE HOOCIE f r.u-dp .Martin BLUES OF THE SOUTH L oud Arrrutr,, j BLUES FOR YESTERDAY l.ouil Aniulrotm PEOPLE ARE FUNNIER THAN ANYBODY .... IffllM J LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK, MA .. Spike Jonee DA COSTA & Co., LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. r In-1 suitable for School Children I (II NTAIM PI NS ('heap and PI s KNIVES ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. AT ) SPECIALIST IN HIGH GRADE murEITY C>l\0.\ A III \ 1MB > mm >l BLADO.\ REAL ESTATE AGENT — AI'tTIONEER — SURVEYOR Phone 4640 I'laiiUllona llulldl:,.. Enjoy EASTER IN COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR FROM THE FAMILY SHOE STORE SHOE CO., LTD. -II II.Ill VII,H\ BranclMa: At Your Service Skilled SUIt ,ml Modern K(|uipnient FOR • SPEEDY and KXPERT REPAIRS • MAINTENANCE • SPARE PARTS • TYRE SERVII K • SPRAY PAINTING IV* See n. In -i for roe THREAD CUTTING WELDIN G IRTnntY CHARGING METAL TURNING Mil 11 IK It U-A IKS See — (.URDON IIOLDEiN BARBADOS GARAGE, 130, Roebuck SI. : Dial 37I ( ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET. Phone: 4M7 W/Sli..p :—: I2I.9 Paris SUITINGS! 100% WOOL M" wide—Ji.24 a fm rf In Gre,, Fawn. Belie, II,..,,,, etc GENTS! These exceptional valuer. -ire even cheaper lhau predevaluation prices. Don't miss this rcJder, opporlunlty Ouy a suit now and avoid .is-il>l>oininioiit. \ I-ll THANI BROS. Dial 34M Pr. Wm. Hy. S. and G, 42 4 53 Swan SL



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Thursil %  _ March .HI 1950. Barbados flftuflcate Frier: •IV F t'E.vr.s Year 3 5. ATTLEES GOVERNMENT DEFEATED $1,000 Million Marshall Aid Allocated For U.S. Farm Products WASHINGTON, Man* 'I T H t UNITED STATES Horn ,„ l!,.,,^,.,,,,,,;,,., L HaMttnl) aamtarM SI.IIU'I I> 1 Priority Given To H-Boml) SOUTH HADLEY, HuiachuM'it.s. March 29 Tbe United •Wp Coo is i •ntngini its entire pro H ji.-i ftrst pnorii sjssoil (.( a hydrogen bor iBaimrr T Pikr. Ai • n k*A of the Comt•W* arc doing -. b the whole ato nl %  rap-ami:-' uBmt weight to IH n HPRC audience %  of this work, hi I !( 'peed tip thf drvi-1 Ine fa pal vessels Under the P %  fnmoe, woulf! "even high' Pike did not b month* hydrogen to the Imlopment work, which th 1 naklenl ha rebenth directed I to pursue'' indirmod That he tart the hydrogen bomb. The President announi i ill weeks ago thai •riared thr Commission to HO to eofc on the bomb. —Rruter %  Ml Pays Tribute To Late King BANGKOK. Si Thousands of Siamese paid |ltbe \i\< Kl Vlahtdo la %  I ul III pact dyna ifkt Royal p.,)..,1 m a RL J*.m IM< | ol Ihre. %  yii Palai %  pade haj not vat i aan i onK, ^ Ihe reigning monorrh. nil Bkymadoe 1 t and whit* helmet lighted %  •ar he had marched In 9 i procession .f % %  .. •JPMph' wh h n< luded the %  * if all ron 1 n llplomatic After Buddhisi tomorrow '•* r,r urn and placi %  containing the I"K BMnan h ,.1 siam —Renter FATTEST MAN DIES PAIEMK.V> .. .i. Mrh : M, lit*" 1 1 C r : ?-?JF urepe i %  * *< %  He weighed 463 lbs. —Reuler product vote ot MB to Burleson Ani'nu! : ndatory on uJmuiattration to spM, d h ,s amount on produce •was a count, and la n by roll ism. __ TinBurleaon amendment w" Democratic leadI %  preaontattve Join. Kco Democrat I Foreigi l %  %  adnttaiitrai %  Farm i %  %  farm producl without sible tot the mot %  nt would not harm the %  %  i!<-uler. Commtffttets Hold \ouih Congress In Italy ITAL %  %  hasjtfeoj % %  %  :u" the Congress a Palrailt> T.igliatli %  5.000,000 strong Italian Labour %  plaim' to Prime Mfotsti bind the ti Kruler Lajor Roads *eem to be lavouivM parking apod tor me [J !" %  wtrnj camtrunan it in future Wine Scandal Debate After Four \ ears PART! today began de* %  %  mission on the !• dal" in watd %  Mid to have be* April. Ifn 1 Felix GOUI %  %  \\ esfl liiflian^ \l Bunche's Reception 1 From i> in Lon%  I %  lion will I Bunche 1* e ap actad CHINESE PEASANTS EAT OWN DEAD (Prom WILLIAM I'XKROT) -. HONG KON< toat U "'" ; '' { mu t n rorn Pi'i % %  %  I I %  I .mmunisl regime return fn „ Kitmlnr rrtucrr-iroin K^iialaaapmiawaa4 0aalralCUaa hrlnr lth Ihem *P"* lln /|* r : £ „i laartfaH* ^..d haw and al paaflaada, whe aflM asdalkai at, pan kavM d aku %  '. *•* Mtaai Ihelr awa |)|iosilioii did mil Iik*' 1 llssioll nil pi'lrnl and coul. : 1 lliillrn)>cd a division on thi' the Holisr. I ili-('.onimiiii'..> h.ivn tai %  %  I ktd thm thea iiii amoui from the \ ; uH%t Praflta %  %  1 %  ..... .lfepitlK:M> rti :.i fiirhi 1*1 reari nnd j pmiiimm*. aatd Mr IIMP Bivk %  %  about 20 par in repb to the Chal J. Mill rd Tucker, h in*' Bri The 1 I prewant tin raw vould bo %  Mr. R. S rnaaahai ol UM BI %  %  %  %  •< D Mr. Ro#en lua^eated on the nt ".. %  sterlint! 1 The Chal your full 1,11.1. 1 —Reuter. Vrrtsl Stoker On Anon Charge HAMBURO. Maivh 20. %  harboui in which .. M 1 the arreated man. waa f>ui' i>itted of iiraon. Up, aground in the h*rMissiiifi Plant' Found BORDKAIW Search planea today wiackaaa rrashed into the sea with 12 men nboarri on Capo FenAic By. I^Nt night dies have bo • .. Captain aoiaaaiil Seauii plane observers said the wreckage was lying under water 120 feet deep The must** of the <-xplOMOn in mid I — Rrulrr —Renter. Evacuation hi 3 Minutes % %  hJ''' Sra -w. ar* -,, •aaa* S1.INNMMNI Hope roi K The An ericaa %  $120,000 for a %  cinema. 1 i.*ti DOLLY PUT TO DEATH rXORlU IXil 11 fter tut. was the ":50 ton Panamas vl ih peanut* last Ro — m put to death with —Reuter .anid to-ao> —Reuter Saturday Is Deadline For Jordan 1 %  %  %  %  ttartal ... ,, denieU those souiona attended bj rep : s. ntativei ol ttaj all —Keater. Van'sittart Advocatos Arni.sForSpain %  %  %  cat %  %  lermawy pi. man th if Ya %  %  %  1 n the face %  annot have 1 %  %  %  1 peak .. Ml mi UlC i %  H %  %  1 %  I. %  %  %  the Wi %  %  Raaaota) Wore Vlarshnll Fundfl For Gerraana %  1 Gi i come frai' Q %  %  1 1 %  %  eajaM LONDON. March 29. tlete.iicd in 1 h llmi ( aft mi .1 ItMuaaJhy. %  GovctMnont M|tl\ in ind it> make their dlsappn ^ I, motion lor (he ..u ionrnntent nf %  opposition ., in iiorltj oounting were known, mere ware <^*tgn. KfStgn" from the 1 and Tory Be Government, however. Is not (i M resign. *s thrkderad niardt] 1 Mai 1 Mr Vttlee orpectad b %  tonwrrawi Renter. 1 NAZI FILM "TITiMC" B I \ \ ED BONN %  I Na/i uitiUlltiM 'ropayandJ M6 1 ; % %  announced brteflj II %  • %  %  after t Thr batng %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  I %  fT it. onTei %  %  llfelx*' tut iep< %  there a life boats fi>r .ill the paaat i-uter. "I enjoy them best of all!' Strikers Attack Workers W ith Knives And Sticks In France 'Flving Saucer' In Rio RIO Di PARIS. March 28. %  1. .l.les loomlion against Raa* i i ord and Renault Motorcar Pac. ten *m*m*m *rn ,,nITU again it 200 DESERT PER MONTH ,...-,.,,: 3%  laatd bg —Renter Hatcau factories, near ieleaate* He tai" workers' [ T Purr* asv MI ity man•• %  uioue. South Wester: days after the rerk, gae and e*eeagain to obtain re .engagement i>( kera dlsmiMed I Though no ran duration -A ere aetoaU] tlon. union quai %  tented at the attitude t,: ,'igementv In a canal building yard near r F.aclern rTrniKr. last mgh'. M '.eked 20 workers %  Brawls occurred in n -teel farheeause Cominun>rt-led union I'posect tlte holding of a referendum to resume In a metallurgical pi... igord. Southwestern I •w the ballot boa int.. :hr nver. inother Seawch For Ntwh's Vrk • %  %  1 • %  l'r 8mJ imDai .*i ip %  fal i>i Ararat 1 which th. %  nbout he iiceeas this 1. . riraa rho had malated that he Eau the ark In 1040 —Renter W Germans WWconw Churchill Proposal BON' A we* 1 ipokesman -aid here today that West Germain ston CruintidK; proposal nceapted Oi an equal m* H i>ut con• rannot do so 'iinles* tpprova !!• %  ione which Chan1 \denaueimade I last UM %  Oarman ParUament might not '.-nil the Cot —Rents*. There II never be a batter cigarette du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MOI in inoisno 93 Cents (or 50



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE mTOBTv— fiaJiib CaUwq MEMBERS of the Spar. lirmonte. president of the Cluh. ;*nil Mr ( r ol the Club, yesterdav afternoon to Cocktails Mr Clairmoi its panvinn the team on Ihdi I960 G I tomorrow and Mr. C. dt Walcott is a member of the W.I. team U) England. In Honour of T HKRI vm i i la: T IE Duke and Duchess Windsor, whom it is strong! of rumoured will soon be goins to England to settle down. ii to settle down. DUKC. former Governor of the Uanamas, recently visited Mexico with the Duchess. Sold Ibeir House M IGRANTS to JaniciK.i BM Lieutenant General Cyril Durnford and his wife. They have sold their house at Avening, In Gloucestershire. C,< ford, who is 58. was in the Indian Army. His wife i> daughter of Mr. H. M. Brandon of Kingston. Jamaica. They were man. la,;. General Durnford n Keen on Fishing M kC^iALTEH l T^runio, Canada c-me out to Barbaooa %  > over an Granada aft**" spending two at the Crane House Club he retavped iva**c to comj %  • ast night al the -. club House in Qua i i i \a of 111 Cl rdt Walu '* i Mpuiin "[ ine s ( ai tan Ci i k'-: i Bal of the W st rod. %  .ifollowed by a dance honour of Mr. Everli : the famous International Cricketer, This dance was given by the members of the Empire :. Evtrtoq is a member. Dt ... .:.. %  with the other DMmbef ol West Indies team tomorrow. Charter Flights T i Charter %  /uela to i ne on the 5th and the the 10th April, by Venozolan.i ." .i Ven\ I line, which I to Pan A These DC Br aircraft % %  Ian Tourto Barbados to spend the reek-end here i un yeaan lH arranged. nasMnt C* ol to. on ft %  will do so. Spent One Month M R. and M' • lt.gh. Jnr. of Pittsi: V, I.A. yesterday morni: B, Brazil" for th<' •pending a month's h >Hday %  Worthing Guc't House. Mr IfeCullougn told Carlo that it was their second visit to the : Island, having been here last year I about the same time. They had I enjoyed their stay Just .. as on the first occasion and regretted having to leave FO soon. They expect to be back next March. Wonderful Climate M R. and Mrs. CHARLES GUNDY, after three vraekl m "this wonderful climate." n turned recently to Toronto T i second visit to Bat and /.ley spent it at Sam Lords. First Visit Here M R. and Mrs. S. K. KhanKernahan of Port-of-Spain Trinidad, arrived in Barb;. uriiiy by B.W.I.A. on their ilrst holiday visit to the island and laying at Supa ii. i, M A proprietor and B accountant of Mason's Ltd.. of I'ort-or-Spain, Mr. Khan-Kernahan said lhat he believed, the island could do with quite a few ismall Industries, rather than have to depend on sugar, their main industry. His wife and he had paid visits to several interesting spots in the island like Sam Lord's Castle. Bajhsheba, the Crane and St Philip's Light House and they hoped to visit others before returning home. New Appointment T HE Rev. R. McCullough. who bean in Trinidad for %  tcrday by B.W I \ I %  thodlst Churcl ; : lad by his wife and the well to meet them. Lib i. .. ,n nme tor caster nols. k ..it-til blKaiaaWM . i3 n i • lauuug pan £Mwnwvaa Dan wui be leaving on fti % %  "Colfito" Delayed T QMBH I %  %  %  I i.llliKI ...'. %  %  tseutt. ...,-,. will be In i %  uboul L. A. S-ggiealieid nOpM to Join ...em oi. lung leave after he at%  the ICA.O.I nfen Havena /Vprii and % %  til pi Mlfc. Eggl* %  %  On Honeymoon M i I r.'iv bj B V. I A %  IB t,nid.u 01 t(1 Ieavp *"*& '" %  %  of Hi** last) Itta Uieli ritWn-yeai old soi Crajjjeigi. School. Returning to Barbados C AR IB loam Mr. i>< i lar West In Like A Dream .-on 0J .. will Vfll %  .rning to Barbados m -*' to join the staff of the II Mutual Life Asauranci %  U.'l.-:. %  arms as he. no doubt, will their i 1950 cricket season v. ..• Polo 1 i be glad to I %  .. %  in Tnnldad. A* a mat-.. %  *ing him a trying his hand at I Geologist On Holiday M R. ana Mrs. James Milne Inally of Toronto, Canada, but now residing U1 /ueia. arrived hew B W I A. for a holn %  A BBOiOflSt emploved v Petroleum Company in : golf player and a member of Tri Country Club Venezuela. Hi> wne .mil be I rnanj games of golf .it the Rockley Golf al ciub since then arrival Expected Shortly T HREE raemb i I University College to arn, Thoj are Mi P. U Sherlock, Vice Principal ol U i I 1 %  PI i .1 20 the i %  HI 17, \ Paii> will levEmpln Latin \ %  %  on Tuesday, April 18, and audience Of H 1 -.! %  %  fntransit M il. A. Id. ORIPPI1 I tared Accoui I \. from Jan.. : I %  %  t, look after the un He iI BY THE WAY *, BEACHCOMBER W EARING a n ..1 wrh lantern-grey i %  crisped arlth and a yellow frogskin pocket shot with buffled shantung and trailing serge u I kinny mannequin .i half-dead reptile the dais The young Comb Lapaix turned lo hi %  .-. That is the ,; pered. At thai vo shots rang out. Five tunes the mannequin ducked—then a sixth shot. Angry voices nUngh the ecraami of worn.' propr.. rder "I-ock all the doors." cried a tall man with a broken "Guard the windows." shouted an old lady whose dog had bitten her hai remained ci: i hand. A I lhr\ \n I hi InWr Wm A N %  %  : % %  %  %  the pump. .rc-gauge. I %  Strabismi. of his i %  %  %  only bj I %  lips, will come .. ... said Ransj i Is a n lod blowing steadily up from the %  %  ihrene out ire hay %  he said, as he estl a the moon. Ih tmi^i'il Ihiy Dreaming L sTHfG 0 HM I I HtfT al I i private enb ... I an Amerb is to include In 11 un a course in ordei that %  the art of doing notbj ... doing of nothing, so that thousands, at a word of %  ol communal It I For Your Table EHNN1'' KV1WI —' %  •-1< .1 I ^Uinlf^. Slrrl I'l.ATH) IPOONi M I In Urn. -< n v IPOONI PLAID POMU lU lilM in; i vi> Dm i i II i II -lir Id SUinlru M.rl I I I CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GLASSWARE TIMBILRS :: i :; OBAMPAONI i't MIIKKV :: IMM I II I llll I IK "Strelts" And Straws r Spring ItS Jo in I rsKiii. WHY is it that few hat manufacturers seem to catdt for the young, attractive girl with a lar^cr-than-average All too often larger si'.ed hats are designed in plain, matronly styles, quite unsuitable for a youthful face. black felt crown and side movement. The felt part can be in any colour; the straw part In live colours. the showrooms of J realised this Deed for lai The exquisite and improbable %  v and the ,i only be admired bj the majority of women. above their %  i Hat= Llnuieu had one of the widest have yet seen. The i: %  i £2" His. %  I rued with rUiings, 0ft I tin^s. They have some fifty %  every colour. ( %  popular as ever, whether I* is the flannel or the clear grey Popular ty to the d following this Although the nev .me shade, %  %  their choice %  it they like • Do you know what combination for I eadweei felt, and si eJned this I one In smooth i For those in tropical COD there were large picture which gave adequate shade to the back of the neck. New Hats Most of the beautiful straw used for the new from %  I land. Although hardly distinguishable from the thing, it is in fact a synthetu product. The most attractive type plaited varletyi which i >'d for a boater sitting well back on the head. Thai nothing appealing about boater sitting straight on top ol your head, much as Paris may ada you to thi Irary. The one I saw was In contrasting colours, %  dark 0 i lighter straw for the Inhich gave it a dOUbl* Two hats followed the popular 'little boy" trend. "Urchin"—only suit short hair-cut, and the other was "Corvette, a man's cap pulled down to one [ Wl that there is no clear and i hue tor the new aaaaoi majority of hats are small, but they vary from the clocl i to the beret, from boniii1 ting forward on the met aheipea with a sweep down one side. If none of the CRYPTO**; OTi:—Here's how to :i if \ \ \ t> L B A A X %  ii 0 N 6 1 I i. i i> H On, : tndi for another In t for the three L'a, X for the two O's. etc. ftingl trophies, the length and ton Each day the cods letters an difl i A Cryategnaa ({uuution H z M r LI x >; W 1 P f o I NFL J B S J 2 V N P TI Z W T II H JXFS MX H T N Cryp t iaai f e: EVERY MAN BUNG VI I %  ED AND CARELEfU Of THE i EMPIRE THEATRE B.. Baoma UIHil UK.IHIH \ .ilium o DANOOHl WISI'lll and HEliMWL IK1HW .l.i MVKCII. al 830 Pm Bux OBec i pens Thursday 30lh, 9 am. I'KH I.Box,-, B.M, Out Bill |LM, Balront SI.M, Hoiur 1!c. WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET DIAL 4220 Mrs. Housewife! Make baking a pleasure .... FALKS KEROSENE OIL STOVES—2, 3 and 4 Eurncr Mod OVKNS Singh and Double I'AKKON DOVER WOOD & COALS STOVES 6, 7 and 8 MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and GLASS VENWARE ALUMINVM BAKING PANS :INIM KG BEATERS, MEASURING SPOONS Oblainablc al our Hardware Department:—: DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE! COTTON FACTORY LTD. .our liking, there are boa-.> uge ; Feathers many era are o :h> eategoi rimming". / spray of straight %  md grey fStl ig out from the side of a hat ,!ural heron. A long thin %  snt. A magpie wa for a bottle green sweep of feathers, shining blue in the light. The only dlltV %  mown coq Ui!. Il that eat hers have a shar; ei them, and curve below tinbrim i hit as if nature had Intan lethem for Just that purpose, Ostrich feathers, instead ol left in their natural •ad the stitched down, giving a smootl %  ne to the feather. H you graylah-blui r dipping gracefully from .he siiiti i .i iat, m uld 11 you did. what would your reaction be whei: you wen told it was vulture'.' Several hundreds of women no* have their new hats tastefully Itad with the feathers from this bird of ill-omen! 1 might add lhat it hi an txtrasnaty pretty feather. ja 1 J i I is 6 ~i I rr IJ 15 II •i 7 18 1 50 1 2I 2i % %  .4 .' \, I,,.. Sort or tropni> to get in rut [Ml ctu.-actertttlc ststt lor %  -vne %  c ol imuic. <41 _iU 14) turn ot the aicuttu. en nay M aiven ny red uiLlc, (5) S3. Bebr-*Mr. (0) Now kere U % :-.?w prrnx. (3) Beam* lough to MU stUs lood. n D^a .'hers a gotf Dtil oeMn dWappftn :romifht. (5) A y and Thun-l., Vlifc. u^T* ^ HOUERT Nl 1 V MIDDlxfoif 0 1 "SNOWBOUND" P L A Z A TO-DAY 5 .mo * DB ,,:>:i:i, fOn EK-ITINO aSlM. IWMI\ FOII TIIOIBLE wmi llcl.uul DANTYNE Anflrr* KDfQ | MIAIO\V or % irajaamj y DHL 8J04 lit i*, Ml The poftUntn '%  reputed to repeat Ul. (6t %  a. (4) ilnd answeta to AIB I'm. itti i i %  ttaos. i4i % %  i i. (4i Scent 0l '' %  ••' Hai>miL'-/ i4) >. Ul GLOBE LAST SHOW TO-NKiHT. S.M JOnNNY WEISS. -unsleJim'' ir. .. Tft THE LOST TRIBE THE WHOM: rows-s IAI.KIM; OF "MR. EMMANUEL" SI I \S|| linn lUM \| HIE miiiHi M irw: for (Jie economicaj culling ol all Ijndi ol 5101 and sh/ub. /( can easily be handled by am * Used all over the woild tor %  Paries Go// Courses Estates Orchards RoadtUt V*P lLA.\TATIO.\S LIMITtD .Agents Use LIFEBUOY TOILETSOAt Nothing could he simpler than 2 frequent jsh niih Lifebuoy Toilet Soap —vet it fresh the whole daw J-c that deep-cleansing lather 0UI weariness is washeJ lm. leaving a treshncss that lain. FOR PERSOIS IX FRESHNESS U


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Publication Date: Thursday, March 30, 1950
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Thursil _
March .HI
1950.
Barbados
flftuflcate
Frier:
IV F t'E.vr.s
Year 3 5.
ATTLEES GOVERNMENT DEFEATED
$1,000 Million Marshall
Aid Allocated For
U.S. Farm Products
WASHINGTON, Man* 'I
THt. UNITED STATES Horn , l!,.,,^,.,,,,,,;,,., L
HaMttnl) aamtarM si.iiu'i i> mU for thr iirrhuM- .,f United StatM i,m andnn
funtl> 1
Priority Given
To H-Boml)
SOUTH HADLEY,
HuiachuM'it.s. March 29
Tbe United
Wp Coo is i
ntngini its entire pro
h ji.-i ftrst pnorii
sjssoil (.( a hydrogen bor
iBaimrr T Pikr. Ai n
k*A of the Comt-
W* arc doing
-.
b the whole ato nl
rap-ami:-'
uBmt weight to Ih n aaeific
wort wh
ncently i
Ma to!,)
One pu
m

vrlopment
[dent hat

>Hprc audience
of this work, hi
I !( 'peed tip thf drvi-1
Ine fa
pal vessels
Under the P *
fnmoe, woulf!
* "even high'
Pike did not b mon-
th* hydrogen
to the
Imlopment work, which th1
naklenl ha rebenth directed
I to pursue'' indirmod That he
tart the hydrogen bomb.
The President announi i
ill weeks ago thai
riared thr Commission to ho to
eofc on the bomb.
Rruter
Ml Pays Tribute
To Late King
BANGKOK. Si
Thousands of Siamese paid
|ltbe \i\< Kl Vlahtdo
la
I
ul III
pact dyna
ifkt Royal p.,)..,1
m a rl
J*.m IM< | ol Ihre.
yii Palai
pade haj not vat i aan i on-
K,
^ Ihe reigning monorrh.
nil Bkymadoe 1
t and whit* helmet lighted

ar he had marched In 9
. i procession .f ..
JPMph' wh h n< luded the
* if all ron 1 n llplomatic
After Buddhisi tomorrow
'* r,r
urn and placi
containing the
I"k BMnan h ,.1 siam
Renter
FATTEST MAN DIES
PAIEMK.V> .. .i.Mrh :m,
lit*"1'1
Cr':'
?-?JFurepe" i
* *< He weighed 463 lbs.
Reuler
product
vote ot MB to
Burleson
Ani'nu!:
ndatory on
uJmuiattra-
tion to spM,d ,h,s amount on
produce
- was a count, and la
n by roll
ism. __
Tin- Burleaon amendment w"
Democratic lead-
I

preaontattve Join.
Kco Democrat
. I Foreigi
l


adnttaiitrai

Farm i


farm producl
without
sible tot the mot
.
nt would not harm the

i!<-uler.
Commtffttets Hold
\ouih Congress
In Italy
ITAL

hasjtfeoj

:u" the Congress a
Palrailt> T.igliatli

5.000,000 strong Italian Labour

plaim' to Prime Mfotsti
bind the ti
Kruler
Lajor Roads *eem to be lavouivM parking apod tor me
[J wtrnj camtrunan it
in future
Wine Scandal
Debate After
Four \ ears
PART!
today began de*

mission on the !
dal" in watd

Mid to have be*
April. Ifn 1
Felix GOUI


\\ esfl liiflian^ \l
Bunche's Reception
1 From i>
in Lon-

I

lion will
I
Bunche 1* eapactad
CHINESE PEASANTS
EAT OWN DEAD
(Prom WILLIAM I'XKROT)
-. HONG KON<
toat U"'";'' '{ '
mu t'n. rornPi'i

I
I

I
.mmunisl regime
return fn ,
Kitmlnr rrtucrr-iroin K^iial-
aaapmiawaa4 0aalralCUaa
hrlnr lth Ihem *P"*lln/|*r:
i laartfaH* ^..d haw and
al paaflaada, whe aflM asdalkai
at, pan kavM d aku '.
** Mtaai Ihelr awa Which fo
rrautont
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be raw

The out
.
liabini thi
N
1

tate batw ltjc two
.
When I
man. n c-
:
Feutrr.
BRITISH FIRMS ARE
PENALISED BY TAXES
LONDON, Man
Britiah buajneai Rrms opwatin
in B ithuo dillicult positron lhan their American compi
11: oi nuating British taxation laws, Mi. T. Ri
' Brazlltan Cl ..ted to-.
Churchill
Proposals
Premature
Say US Officials

1
I mnature'
iton Churchil
ion that 1
led armies
LUThlU made :t .
'


list make



ra ao aakarwlea hi aaal
^'| ulri (m- lo put the earl tn-
lan -thr htrp'

oiutei)

Heater.
BY26 VOTES
TMIE GOVERNMENT m
moils timiiihlbin tmlv
rh<- l>|)|iosilioii did mil Iik*'
1 llssioll nil pi'lrnl and coul. :
1 lliillrn)>cd a division on thi'
the Holisr.
I ili-('.onimiiii'.. high! In I'm-
Boat Likely
into the m-thod of compul
llr wu living evidence beii i
-.. 1111K p-ntiU. which w;is apimintmi by the Hi '
U lb. Nephew
for (in ilia 110
J*JM". Sicily, March 29.
Gun"

ho.
ti-r. (i
to Pal-
hi ut L'slica.
for heln-
banuit -
S-.r.l "Kill, r "
Doviom

Rmlrr
W ill (iermany
Join Couneil
Of Europe?
1.
1 <.iu'g. whore he
i!i alien. mectlni
.
1 .tin hu
Ui Mexandei
the Howe ol

de Mm to
1 the (or-
light, but
Bg on
\'o recent
In London
treatment

mn Foreign Mintatar,
oday let;

mittee. mo
I
Msn left Rome I
Holland to attend Aie tti
nf the Atl'
Germany'* entry Into "

Council's MinKterinl
in Strashourn tomor-
I'remh Foreign Offlce
in said today.
-.uss the
tn farili-
oil PUP 1
Mr. Ron 1
American
tve pool
In proOti
and Innld up out
an- penalised >> h.ivn
tai

I ktd thm thea
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on the nt
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The Chal
your full '
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Reuter.
Vrrtsl Stoker On
Anon Charge
HAMBURO. Maivh 20.

harboui in which .. M
1 the arreated man.
waa f>ui'
i>itted of iiraon.
Up, aground in the h*r-
Missiiifi Plant' Found
BORDKAIW
Search planea today
wiackaaa
rrashed into the sea with 12 men
nboarri on Capo Fen-
Aic By. I^Nt night
dies have bo
..
Captain aoiaaaiil
Seauii plane observers said the
wreckage was lying under water
120 feet deep
The must** of the
<-xplOMOn in mid I
Rrulrr
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Evacuation hi
3 Minutes
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The An ericaa

$120,000 for a

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DOLLY PUT TO DEATH
rXORlU
, IXil 11
fter
tut. was the ":50 ton Panamas ,vlih peanut* last
' Ro m put to death with
Reuter .anid to-ao> Reuter
Saturday Is
Deadline
For Jordan
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denieU
those souiona attended bj rep
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Keater.
Van'sittart
Advocatos
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LONDON. March 29.
tlete.iicd in 1 h llmi ( aft
mi .1 ItMuaaJhy.
GovctMnont M|tl\ in
ind it> make their dlsappn ^ I,
motion lor (he ..u ionrnntent nf

opposition .,
in iiorltj
oount-
ing were known, mere ware
<^*tgn. KfStgn" from the
1 and Tory Be
Government, however. Is not
(i M resign. *s thr-
kderad niardt] 1 Mai 1
Mr Vttlee orpectad b
tonwrrawi. Renter.
1
NAZI FILM
"TITiMC"
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1
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fT it.
onTei


llfelx*'
tut iep<

there a life
boats fi>r .ill the paaat
i-uter.
"I enjoy them
best of all!'
Strikers Attack Workers
W ith Knives And Sticks
In France
'
'Flving Saucer'
In Rio
RIO Di
PARIS. March 28.
1. .l.les loom-
lion against
Raa* i i ord and Renault Motorcar Pac-
. ten
*m*m*m *rn ,,nITU again it
200 DESERT PER MONTH ,...-,.,,: 3-


laatd bg
Renter
Hatcau factories, near
ieleaate*
He tai"
workers'
[ T Purr* asv
mi ity man-
" 'serted abroad.*<
T(>uioue. South Wester:
- days after the re-
rk, gae and e*ee-
-
again to obtain re .engagement i>(
kera dlsmiMed I
Though no ran
duration -a ere aetoaU]
tlon. union quai
tented at the attitude t,:
,'igementv
In a canal building yard near
r F.aclern rTrniKr. last
mgh'. M '.eked 20
workers

Brawls occurred in n -teel far-
heeause Cominun>rt-led union
I'posect tlte holding of a
referendum to resume
In a metallurgical pi...
igord. Southwestern I
w the bal-
lot boa int.. :hr nver.
inother Seawch
For Ntwh's Vrk



, 1

l'r 8mJ imDai .*i ip

fal
i>i Ararat
1
which th.
'
nbout he iiceeas this
1. .
riraa rho had m-
alated that he Eau the ark In 1040
Renter
W Germans WWconw
Churchill Proposal
BON'
A we*1
ipokesman -aid here today that
West Germain
ston CruintidK; proposal
nceapted Oi an equal m*
H
i>ut con-
rannot do so 'iinles*
tpprova !!
ione which Chan-
1 \denauei- made
I
last um

Oarman ParUament might not
'.-nil the Cot
Rents*.
There II never be a
batter cigarette
du MAURIER
THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE
moi in inoisno 93 Cents (or 50


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
mTOBTv-----
fiaJiib CaUwq
MEMBERS of the Spar. lirmonte.
president of the Cluh. ;*nil Mr ( r ol the Club,
yesterdav afternoon to Cocktails
Mr Clairmoi its
panvinn the team on Ihdi I960 G I tomorrow and Mr.
C. dt Walcott is a member of the W.I. team U) England.
In Honour of
THKRI vm i i
la:
TIE Duke and Duchess
Windsor, whom it is strong!
of
rumoured will soon be goins to
England to settle down.
ii to settle down.
Dukc. former Governor of the
Uanamas, recently visited Mexico
with the Duchess.
Sold Ibeir House
MIGRANTS to JaniciK.i BM
Lieutenant General Cyril
Durnford and his wife. They
have sold their house at Avening,
In Gloucestershire. C,<
ford, who is 58. was in the Indian
Army. His wife i> daughter of
Mr. H. M. Brandon of Kingston.
Jamaica. They were man.
la,;. General Durnford n
Keen on Fishing
MkC^iALTEH l
T^runio, Canada
c-me out to Barbaooa >
over an
Granada aft**" spending two
. at the Crane House Club
he retavped
iva**c to comj
ast night al the -.
club House in Qua i i i
\a of 111 Cl rdt Walu '*
i Mpuiin "[ ine s( ai tan Ci i k'-:
i Bal of the W st
rod.
.i- followed by a dance
.
honour of Mr. Everli :
the famous International Crick-
eter, This dance was given by
the members of the Empire
:. Evtrtoq
is a member.
Dt ... .:..
with the other DMmbef ol
West Indies team tomorrow.
Charter Flights
Ti Charter
/uela to
i ne on the 5th and the
the 10th April, by
Venozolan.i
." .i Ven-
\ I line, which I
to Pan A
These DC Br aircraft
.Ian Tour-
to Barbados to spend the
reek-end here i
un yeaan lH, arranged.
nasMnt
C* ol to.
.
on ft .

will do so.
Spent One Month
MR. and M'
lt.gh. Jnr. of Pitts-
i: V, I.A. yesterday morni:
B, Brazil" for th<- '
pending a month's h >Hday

Worthing Guc't House.
Mr IfeCullougn told Carlo that
it was their second visit to the:
Island, having been here last year I
about the same time. They had I
enjoyed their stay Just ..
as on the first occasion and re-
gretted having to leave fo soon.
They expect to be back next
March.
Wonderful Climate
MR. and Mrs. CHARLES
GUNDY, after three vraekl
m "this wonderful climate." n -
turned recently to Toronto T
i second visit to Bat
and /.ley spent it at Sam Lords.
First Visit Here
MR. and Mrs. S. K. Khan-
Kernahan of Port-of-Spain
Trinidad, arrived in Barb;.
uriiiy by B.W.I.A. on their ilrst
holiday visit to the island and
laying at Supa
ii. i,m
A proprietor and B
accountant of Mason's Ltd.. of
I'ort-or-Spain, Mr. Khan-Kerna-
han said lhat he believed, the
island could do with quite a few
ismall Industries, rather than have
to depend on sugar, their main
industry.
His wife and he had paid visits
to several interesting spots in
the island like Sam Lord's Castle.
Bajhsheba, the Crane and St
Philip's Light House and they
hoped to visit others before re-
turning home.
New Appointment
THE Rev. R. McCullough. who
bean in Trinidad for

tcrday by B.W I \
I
thodlst Churcl
; : lad by his wife and the
well to meet them.
Lib i. ..
,n nme tor caster nols.
k ..it-til blKaiaaWM .
i3 n i lauuug pan
Mwnwvaa Dan
wui be leaving on fti
"Colfito" Delayed
TQmbh i


I i.llliKI
...'.
tseutt.
...,-,. will be In i
uboul
L. A. S-ggiealieid nOpM to Join
...em oi. lung leave after he at-
the ICA.O.I nfen
Havena
/Vprii and . til pi
Mlfc. Eggl*


On Honeymoon
Mi
I
- r.'iv bj B V. I A

IB t,nid.u 01 t(1 Ieavp *"*& '"


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of Hi** last) Itta Uieli
ritWn-yeai old soi
Crajjjeigi. School.
Returning to Barbados
CAR IB loam
Mr. i>< i
lar West In Like A Dream
.-on 0J .. will Vfll !
.rning to Barbados m -*'
to join the staff of the II .
Mutual Life Asauranci

U.'l.-:.
arms as he. no doubt, will
their i
1950 cricket season v. .. Polo 1
i be glad to I..

in Tnnldad.
A* a mat-..

*ing him a
trying his hand at I
Geologist On Holiday
MR. ana Mrs. James Milne
Inally of Toronto, Can-
ada, but now residing U1
/ueia. arrived hew
B W I A. for a holn
'
A BBOiOflSt emploved v
Petroleum Company in
. :
golf player and a member of Tri
Country Club Ven-
ezuela. Hi> wne .mil be
I rnanj games of golf .it
the Rockley Golf al
ciub since then arrival
Expected Shortly
THREE raemb i
I University College
to arn,
Thoj are Mi P. U Sherlock,
Vice Principal ol U i I
1

PI
. i .1 20
the i
hi 17,
\ Paii> will lev-
Empln
Latin \

on Tuesday, April 18, and
.
audience Of
H 1 -.!!
fntransit
Mil. A. Id. ORIPPI1 I
tared Accoui I
.
\. from Jan..
: I
t, look after the un
He i-
I
BY THE WAY *, BEACHCOMBER
WEARING a n ..1
wrh lantern-grey i
crisped arlth
and a yellow frogskin
pocket shot with buffled shan-
tung and trailing serge u I
kinny mannequin
.i half-dead reptile
the dais
The young Comb
Lapaix turned lo hi
. .-.
That is the ,;
pered. At thai vo shots
rang out. Five tunes the manne-
quin duckedthen a sixth
shot. Angry voices nUngh ,
the ecraami of worn.'
propr..
rder "I-ock all the doors."
cried a tall man with a broken
"Guard the windows."
shouted an old lady whose dog
had bitten her hai
remained ci: i
hand. A
I
lhr\ \n I hi InWr Wm
A.
N


:


the pump.
.rc-gauge.
I
Strabismi. of his
i
'

only bj
I

lips, will come
.. ...
said Ransj i Is a n lod
blowing steadily up from the
'
ihrene out ire hay

he said, as he estl
a the moon.
Ih tmi^i'il Ihiy Dreaming
LsTHfG 0 HM I I
HtfT al
I i
private enb ... I
an Amerb is to in-
clude In 11 un a course
in ordei that

the art of doing notbj
...
doing of nothing, so that thous-
ands, at a word of

ol communal It I
For Your Table
EHNN1'' KV1WI
' -1< .1 I ^Uinlf^. Slrrl
I'l.ATH) IPOONi M I
In Urn.
-< n v IPOONI
PLAID POMU
lU lilM
in; i vi> Dm i i II i II
-lir.....Id SUinlru M.rl
I I '
I
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN
CUT GLASSWARE
TIMBILRS :: i :;
OBAMPAONI i't
miikkv ::
IMM I II
I llll I IK
"Strelts" And Straws
r Spring
ItS Jo in I rsKiii.
WHY is it that few hat manufacturers seem to catdt
for the young, attractive girl with a lar^cr-than-average
All too often larger si'.ed hats are designed in plain,
matronly styles, quite unsuitable for a youthful face.
black felt crown and side move-
ment. The felt part can be
in any colour; the straw part In
live colours.
the showrooms of J
.
realised this Deed for lai
The exquisite and improbable
v and the
,i only be
admired bj the majority of women.
above their
i Hat= Llnuieu
had one of the widest
have yet seen. The i:
i 2" His.

I rued with
rUiings, 0ft
I
tin^s. They have some fifty

every colour. (
popular as ever, whether I* is
the flannel or the clear grey
Popular
ty to the
. d following this
Although the nev
-
.me shade,

their choice

it they like
Do you know what
combination for
I eadweei
felt, and si
eJned this
I
one In smooth i
For those in tropical COD
there were large picture
which gave adequate shade to the
back of the neck.
New Hats
Most of the beautiful straw used
for the new from
I land. Although hardly
distinguishable from the
thing, it is in fact a synthetu
product. The most attractive type
plaited varletyi which i
>'d for a boater sitting well
back on the head. Thai
nothing appealing about
boater sitting straight on top ol
your head, much as Paris may
ada you to thi
Irary. The one I saw was In con-
trasting colours, dark 0
i lighter straw for the In-
hich gave it a dOUbl*
Two hats followed the popular
'little boy" trend.
"Urchin"only suit
short hair-cut, and the
other was "Corvette,
a man's cap pulled down to one
[ Wl
that there is no clear and i
hue tor the new aaaaoi
majority of hats are small, but
they vary from the clocl i
to the beret, from boniii-1
ting forward on the
met aheipea with a sweep down
one side. If none of the
CRYPTO**; OTi:Here's how to :i if
\ \ \ t> L B A A X
i- i 0 N 6 1 I i. i i> H
On, : tndi for another In t
for the three L'a, X for the two O's. etc. ftingl
trophies, the length and ton
Each day the cods letters an difl i
A Cryategnaa ({uuution
H z m r LI x >; W 1 P f o I NFL J B S J 2 V
N P TI Z W T II H JXFS MX H T N
Cryptiaaife: EVERY MAN BUNG VI I
ED AND CARELEfU Of THE i
EMPIRE THEATRE
b.. Baoma
UIHil uk.ihih \ .ilium o DANOOHl
WISI'lll and HEliMWL
IK1HW .l.i MVKCII. al 830 Pm
Bux OBec i pens Thursday 30lh, 9 am.
I'KH I.- Box,-, B.M, Out Bill |LM, Balront SI.M, Hoiur 1!c.

WHITFIELDS
BROAD STREET DIAL 4220
Mrs. Housewife!
Make baking a pleasure ....
FALKS KEROSENE OIL STOVES2, 3 and 4 Eurncr
Mod
OVKNS Singh and Double
I'AKKON DOVER WOOD & COALS STOVES
6, 7 and 8
MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and
GLASS
VENWARE
ALUMINVM BAKING PANS
' :INIM KG BEATERS, MEASURING SPOONS
Oblainablc al our Hardware Department:: DIAL 2039
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE! COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
.our liking, there are boa-.>
uge ;
Feathers
many
era are
o :h> eategoi
rimming". / spray of straight
md grey fStl
ig out from the side of a hat
,!ural heron. A long thin

snt. A magpie wa
for a bottle green sweep of
feathers, shining blue
in the light. The only dlltV

mown coq Ui!. Il that
eat hers have a shar; ei
them, and curve below tin- brim
i hit as if nature had Intan le-
them for Just that purpose,
Ostrich feathers, instead ol
left in their natural
ad the
stitched down, giving a smootl
ne to the feather.
H you graylah-blui
r dipping gracefully from
.he siiit- i i .i iat, m uld
11 you did. what
would your reaction be whei:
you wen told it was vulture'.'
Several hundreds of women no*
have their new hats tastefully
Itad with the feathers from
this bird of ill-omen! 1 might add
lhat it hi an txtrasnaty pretty
feather.
ja

1 J i I is -6_
~i I
rr
IJ 15
ii
i 7 18 1
50 1 2I 2i

.4 .'
\, I,,..
. Sort or tropni> to get in rut
[Ml
. ctu.-actertttlc ststt lor -vne

c ol imuic. <41
_iU 14)
turn ot the aicuttu. en
nay M aiven ny red
uiLlc, (5) S3. Bebr-*Mr. (0)
Now kere U % :-.?w prrnx. (3)
Beam* lough to mu stUs lood.
n
* D^a
.'hers a gotf Dtil oeMn dW-
appftn :romifht. (5)
A .::iii to make a altlvr Mila.
CHILDREN'S CQRy^
Rupert and the Dragon p^
Foi moment Rupert dotin't
|n.p wh.i ii hipptniriu. Th, h,
rcjluei the UUK ot Ponf('Pli.a'1
.Hidden Irighi. The pel dnjon hn
-Died the vrjnee ohieci on the
lawn. and. like Ji, (iood walehdo,
lhat he it. he hurriei up to chll-
ieiixe *. I'.- .^i^. :- !.. ..
-..!,.' I,' "S |^
1 he "toIkL' in" ,l'U "*" "KS " i|
I he iixkei in the va.e ceiekhn. JufiI. **
AVI AIM (II ii riXE.UA w.^^
FrlSy, tmmtty, rtd>y and Thun-l., Vlifc. u^T* ^
HOUERT Nl
1 V MIDDlxfoif01
"SNOWBOUND"
P
L
A
Z
A
TO-DAY 5 .mo * db
,,:>:i:i, fOn EK-ITINO aSlM.
IWMI\ FOII TIIOIBLE
wmi
llcl.uul DANTYNE Anflrr* KDfQ |
miaio\v or % irajaamj
y DHL 8J04
lit
i*,
Ml
, The poftUntn '- reputed to
repeat Ul. (6t
a. (4)
ilnd answeta to
aib I'm. itti
i i

ttaos. i4i
.
i i. (4i
, Scent 0l ''' Hai>miL'-/ i4)
. >. Ul
GLOBE
LAST SHOW TO-NKiHT. S.M
JOnNNY WEISS. -unsleJim'' ir. ..
Tft
THE LOST TRIBE
the whom: rows-s iai.kim; of .
"Mr. EMMANUEL"
SI I \S|| linn lUM \| hie
miiiHi m irw:
for (Jie economicaj culling ol all Ijndi ol 5101
and sh/ub. /( can easily be handled by am *
Used all over the woild tor -
Paries
Go// Courses
Estates
Orchards
RoadtUt V*P
lLA.\TATIO.\S LIMITtD
.Agents
Use LIFEBUOY TOILETSOAt
Nothing could he simpler than 2 frequent
jsh niih Lifebuoy Toilet Soap vet it
fresh the whole daw
J-c that deep-cleansing lather
0UI weariness is washeJ lm. leaving a
treshncss that lain.
FOR PERSOIS IX FRESHNESS U


ibsday.
\l Utl I!
\etv Books
jit Public
Library
**"*? to-dJ U*1
T < ''
Ml will 1* P"1 "'"
S^oS*-. Mond";
gjjrt. ,1 9 '"
_ i ihMC books have been
T^etf*- Public
5^5 cover a wid
STs number of American
ELT which may pro
__
Appointed
Manager
At Seawell
Hk Excel.1
jDPOtniea Squadron Leader
rj E Ilenderyon U Manager,
u Airpoii. with effect from
.
,_ torn in Dominica. Windward
Z& ,r. 1918 and was edi
Cvtord School. Dorse
j_H-> learnt to th
[mkrwent course
m Ground Engineering. Navl-
dM WlrttaM -I the Air
Training at H amble.
B| mi commlsMomd m the
K v || ihe outbreak of the
t and rote to the rank of
Leader, and was twice
__in despatches, fie aet-
Mcrmandintr officer of the
jl.F Station .it Addi-rmasto'i
i & 2 !iaison officer with the.
Per SUtes Army Air Force.
j* ctanpletcd hi* service on
rtiff nt the Air Ministry. Lon-
BAitBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE TilKEK
Adenauer's
fc3 Conditions'
Approved
BONN, March U.
man Cabinet to-
Chancellor Dr.
Komjd Adenauer's three condi-
tions for West Germany's joining
tha CovmU ol Europe, a Govern-
ment spokesman stated.
The conditions nccording to
.:-. formed sources
..tcment that the
wnunanta would
like Germany to join the
U of Europe.
(2) An undertaking that if the
tao joins the CowmU,
Ip will be provi-
k I nasty.
Membership of the
..
mittee ol rltTnateri should be
- ;-i"\*isioiiai only,
ending her full
r.oii!;) have
an observer attending meat-
: the Conmitti
ReaW r.
LOOK YOUR BEST
a
ovi:iuim\vim.\<. o.\ mi-: iiaiiwavs
TRAFFIC JAMS
TRAFFIC lams .ven frequeni
i nmant
a on the waterfront
fare motor vessel "Caracaa"
i discharging equipment for
the
that
TeJuclK moving along
i found it difficult al
; to manoeuvre among
try at stand-still on
l and some nine to ten
i which ware awaiting loads
tar equipment for Irs
the airport.
'' llfllcull for Ihe
flow o( (rathe
ded aroumi Uk
roughoul the d
m "Garacai" will be
At Trinidad. Tin-
I. N. Harrirnan & Co.,
N. Y. Firms Win
Diamond Battle
Two New
companj


their case on an
back.


the amount was
nfion
--, A
'
bank, thi
The Mi
Reuler
Dismantlm"
Begins
In Duisberg
Visions
Doubtful
duisi en
berg, ll.-iii
Thi- ..
Catholic
.
Mary, which the H tn
ear to out
in a Bavai:..n Villaee
HBEko. Bav
m oriKin.'
Biiiio,, of Bamberg sei up
f_Coown!Mioii after ;i group i i
PI
Ions" in the vil-
Heroldb;icl,
r brought thousand
Ithe-vi;.
rOflnunisslo

om' than
Rrutt-r

Renter
FLYING VISIT
OTTAWA
.

toba.

Krut.i-
W ill Germany
Join Council
01 Europe?
Irom page 1
into the
..dded.
An inviti i many from
terlal commit i*o is not

i the Coun-
.. ...
:hi Ministerial
Committee and, if all
(Germany could be repre*
i ConsuHa-
Ihe Council ol Europe vt
pokesman
ted .t report h
.
reign Minister, Hobert
Schuman. that Prance would sup-
nomination of 0f-
u
tv.i\ |oln*

Council cfl ute. \\hich
nly foundation
. Commlflaa," the

e to make
Gen

i

., g i -....-,
applied

i

lor, Dr Kr.111,,1
.
Menther" of the Cw
eting today to
tils of the-
.eel also ito
.. .
the Council's approval
-1. bars, culturn quea-

Rruter.
VSE THE TYRES IHAMPMOXS tSE
USE
^fre^tone
CHAMPION TYRES
CHA ^nbutOT.
Another Priest
Accused
PRAOITK, March 29.
The Czech Commumv
per "Ruue Pravo," disclosed to-
day that lloman Catholic priest
and other members of an illegal
anU-Staui organisation" had been
charged before a Czech Court
Hut the newspaper did not give
- of the oAheri
act charges, nor the sen-
....

lostpolacek. ol
I iblce, who had alred>
bean aantasMad bj the U caJ au-
thorities for readl
he pulpit which -incit<-.t
against" the present regime.
Reutrr.
2 Satellites Protest
GENE\
Bulgaria has protested to the
nal TeMoomn
Union that the United States is
lotted to Bulgaria under the Co-
penhagen plan,
here today.
rotaal .idded that radio
he rranefa zone of
log. win-
Uottad to than
.
eh 16

to the International
Telecoounuj Urdoa in
stations in the
British i
.lies ol Qavnu
ravanlnf the Couen-hagen
wavelength ,igre<-ment
Lt. Neblett
Scores 100
l.lKi'l
scored with a pi
b Club. Th
Lt C E Neblett
Mr. W. rUehaj

Mi S. TMnjM .....
. M
I' A Cbaaaanaan .
.. J. Pilgrmi
:
:
ill"
100
M
FIRST EXAMINATION
PARIS
The Fn
-
tion to n draft "Antl-Tl
Bldault
of Information. Paul-H<

magistriiK
be formeo
Krutrr.
NO ROOM FOK RUSSIA
LONT>

I
Keuter.
3 Day Trace Or-
Royal Problem
BRUaSXLS March 28.
i robleini win i am.- .i
i In HelgmmVi
I
Liberal
1
night
A lore the Ihfl
lem solved. Parlia-
ment ma> ad I*' Oaa-
i afholk iTemtcr'
i takar" Qov< i
ratif] the Arms Aid Agreement
with the '
Suih iMSeHns "is not da-

tion ol Mus ggjiMinanl
and the 0"
ant olu-
i
The Liberal leader.
i
y. tvhen the
'
1 Fit. Will
I
a night m will inter-
'gotiatlons to go to The
i\


l
Reuter.
Your hair will be
handsomer by (ar
when you treat it tL
'Vaseline' Hair Tonic
Just use a few drops
a day...then see
the difference!
Buy a bottle today!
Vaseline^
11N ^ O washes
wmTEa-
quicker!
Pope Rweives
Expelled Priest
. rch .'
. nt thf Vatican
'
' hres of tho
Munciature In Prague,

the Coim i unieiu' of
. Nud-
-. .
I Rely ctoaad Reuter
White clothes are whiter eoloureds are
brighter, with the rich lather nf Rinso I
liasy and gcnUe, Rinso washes ihoioughly
it floats out dirt in record time r Dishes
take on a new sparkle roo, when washed
mRmso. Soifyouwanteasicr.quickerand
better washing results use only Rinso '.
RIM SO for all your wash i
think this over
TO-DAY
there must be
a reason
rh.tr. ilwuy* ;i "Hmhi iH'hind ivijlhini;
and when n Ncrts|>|M'r m double its ... .
Circulation over i -liorl ririod, the obviou
MMM i- il"' UtoWI \ppl and Special Features.
rm; i.vi.mm. \dvocaii.. pubiubed mm
MONDAY. Ium been inounlini; steadily in cir-
iiilalion mcl it provides n wonderful nppor-
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BAHBAIIOS \i)\
THURSDAY.
M\Kt||
/
BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE
r-----
f-----------
. Uwn Co. Ltd.. M. Broad m. I
Ihaisdajr, Muck :mi, ltSO
< ul'tui.il i ilia's
TO-DAY the town of Nairobi will be
i lo the status of a city in a ceremony
to be performed by His Royal Highness
ukc of Gloucester, h .,r a period of
one hundred years several Colonial
capitals have enjoyed the status of city.
Some i conferred by Let-
i ors by actr. of their own
legislatures approved by the Crown. Nai-
robi is the first Colonial capital to add
ind
: this that I
Kingston in Jamaica boasts of the hon-
our of being the lirst colonial capital lo
aehlevi IS, In 1801 it was raised
to this status by an act of the Legislature
and when the lirst bishop of Jamaica was
appointed by Letter! Patent his legal status
and authorr : lined and cstab-
. by an act of the Jamaica Legislature
assented to by the Crown.
Bridgetown was raised to City status
when the first bishop was appointed by
Letters Patent in 11)42 but has never been
incorporated and the system of local gov-
ernment throughout this island is still
based substantially on the seventeenth cen-
tury system which was the English model
of that day. Adopted in Barbados in 1835
this church organisation of Vestry and par-
ish although it has been amended by a
"f acts of the Legislature, has failed
to undergo the radical reforms which were
effected in England.
The claim that Bridgetown should be
admintatarad by a Mayor and Corporation
has been several times advanced and the
report of an Investigating Commissioner,
Sir John Maude. .; i ::ded that
Bridgetown should be granted full munici-
pal status. The report has been published
l.iturc.
..uch as Vicl
undeveloped organs ut
municipal government in the form of
urban or parish councils with limited func-
ponsibiUty remaining In
i.d.s of the central legislatures or of
local boards. Others such as Hamilton in
Bermuda and now Nairobi havi- devc
their town councils and then claimrn
status il present a cathed-
ral city and the seat of a bishop but, like
Hamilton which only became an accll
day also have her
bishopric.
The Citiea ol Gibraltar, Georgetown,
Brid; .i
til 11142 wl.i
'
in 1114 I i'.liil, Kingston in
1301, Freetown in 1893, Hamilton In
11142
acts of
.. cept-
Aftcr 1865 the pp..
out, when-
Inciple of rei:
.at ol
refi .on from anj
for the creation of
. Intmenl to
It) is an hon-
iierred by the K.i
The
i' the
rnment
to it.
io Royal

......
.clung modem municipal status as
aide.
Ol II HI AIM.IIS .,%! I
EEi\ OR C III IM lilL!
LONDON. was Prime Minister only

party m
Party? nwiu.
by conviction that as far
no Shadow Cabinet of the (
Pan

u from the th< I H deciued to con- However, many ol tne on.
'.,. nut as Conservatives cupp

...
true blue Conservatives. Uoyd o( lalti have Deen
vtion but to Churchill s recent tactiea. woulc
King to P^fcr that Eden lh
as heau of lh*
'
of Commoiw. and he was h4vu.lii.jj of the Oppos.ti..;i
: ilp(. King's speech. Hi
Winston Churchill Is a Con- oration on that occasion
live But belW tbi ou;- tour de force He had U
break of war he was not a.i ;-?tive quence with the par.
of tnc Party It fact skill mat had the Oovei
Party is a strain, many mt i m regarded as u r-bel. Front Bench occupanls
rally to King fdwai I Vlll and writhing in discomfort.
at the time or his abdication was It was by far the outatandii
contrary to the j,t m ptea oratorical effort of the
If U most of the

......

too wai i.i.i.
It
Iba House

.'-year-oiu
I
nhould seek no further laurels,
out should step aside and let Euen
take i-v
That is what they say covertly,
uul none dares declare it openly.
The famous 1922 Committee
wnlch is m effect the Conserva-
tive Parliamentary Party is
always held under the chairman-
shin of Churchill
Many Conservative members
object to this. They say that the r
opponents, the Labour Party,
have the better system, for they
ilways have an independent and
back bencher as chairman witfl
the Prime Minister only COnUQg
In when .i matter of high policy

vhale uv
C m
bate on the King's 9|
But Eden still declines to tak.
over The only circumsu:
which he would assume lcadershii
would be if it were willingly an
freely surrendered to him b>'
Churchill himself. Eden wil
have no part in any undergrouw
manoeuvre. He will serve his chic!
as loyally as ever he did just a
long as Churchill remains hca<
of the Party.
When Eden walked out on
Chamberlain during the Munich
crisis everybody feared that d
Many of the old lime Conserve- would mean the end of his politi-
atm to remember cat career. When war eventually
Churchill's rebelliousness more did break out he )<
vividly than they do his magnifl- regimental officer in his old corps.
cent war premiership. the King's Royal B
The ( front Bench- Several times the> I But after the fall of France ana
crs and the executive of the manoeuvrism to oust Churchill, with it the Chamberlain Govein-
Party prefer the Committee to but the rank and Ale remain ment, the first man Churchill, the
function with Churchill as per- steadfast and loyal to their leader new Prime Minister, sent for was
inanent President. an They say that there must be no Eden and "Rab" Butler, the real ly promoted to the highest offices.
repetition ol the Carlton Club brains behind the party's organi- finishing up as Secretary of Stata
Coup of 1922. Then the Conserva- nation. for Foreign A
live members met in secret Butler says that the Conserva- Eden thrived under Churchill's
conclave at the Carlton Club and tive Party without Churchill is tutelage. From a nervous, diffl-
disowned Uoyd George, whose unthinkable They would lose a dent politican he developed
rule m the 1914-lu war was simi- great deal of public support, statesmanlike qualities and later a
ar to th.it of Churchill's m the Butler would prefer ChurcnUl, more incisive parliamentary man-
with his few shortcomings, to be ner. All of which ilts him for
The circumstances are only the real head of the party than leadership, but only when th.'
ant Lloyd George to his "going out to grass" leadership is voluntarily surrend-
Uberal who had been (Churchill's own words). cred by Winston Churchill
and It therefore can be said with I.N.S.
I Saw The Chtktkr Leader
Whip Up Fury
irln| me to
his club in Calculi
Ion ol den
Hooded uut of ..
we had i
,- B aa Socialists In Britain, would never
> ^C'tlOII IPe'lllM'r be able to defeat an anti-Socialist
, ,. majority of the electorate just
, the majority -. I
For no votes are lost. All count ' QgUTlllg llial Amen-
'Food? We Have Too Much"
Tmmma r*j few II" sit- Uiti* To
I *a rawer*. Ol' 'i NtHtfll
||\ Frederirk i 'Mk
NEW YORK
FOR a. prime example of what happens
when Governments start interfering in mat-
ters better left to businessmen, Americans
radians are drawing attention to food
mix-ups afflicting this continent.
Floundering efforts are being made by the
and Canadian Governments to
get rid of huge surpluses of food of which
they have become the reluctant owners un-
der the "farm price support" programmes 111
both countries.
In Canada, it has been official!.....
hat warehouses are bulging with h
'4.(100 lbs, of It
PRICES LOW AM) HGH
This butter, and 41,127,000 lbs. of cheese
..ow in storage, was bought by the taxpayei
it the last production peak. The supplies are
>eing sold slowly at knock-down prices.
But. caught in their own trap, the Cana-
dian Government are preparing to do the
same thing with eggs. Consumers, mean-
while go on paying top prices at shops, and
paying taxes to finance more huge gifts to
farmer-.
In America there are still ^000,000.000
dried eggg In a Kansas cave and other stor-
age dumps, with no buyers in sight. Wash-
ington now plans to give away 73.000.000 lbs.
to schorls and relief agencies.
TWO-WAV TRAFFIC
while potatoes are being sent both
ways across the border.
Time magazine reports that a Minnesota
farmer had a large unsold stock of 1949 pota-
toes. A Government buyer handed him a
cheque for about 780 for 160,000 lbs. of
them. The farmer, in return, handed him a
cheque tor about 5, buying back his own
potatoes as "cattle :
Thus the potatoes were kept off the mar-
ket; housewives went on paying top price for
the few pounds they wanted, and the farmer
pocketed a cash gift from the taxpayer.

BOON TO DUVBB8
T :LE half the size ol
a hen's egg, developed during Ihe war on the
D.v: scorr TO-DAYS
CO.. LTD. nt'tk.rvN.
MWIMuu
lor HSU POTS & CHIKKX m
la 1 Inch, 11 inch 1| inch ,,
from 18 inrhet to 72 inchei wide
Aim
1 mil Inch hiim
GALVANISED LASHING nisi
from 10 lo II Gn
They -tetter to DC careful than (or j^,, unal r,.5ui'.
Gandhi wl ; >' Suppose there is a ihree-cor-
half niiuilng, tuU walking. M>* u'Uow trave-u ,it.IcU lllpC,.on wllh a Sociaiist. a
many of tr.em women conservative, and a Liberal
and tarecs. Their gulden ^idd-e
>Ld along the hot anklets made a pretty tinkling
Mnnen and noije ** lne>' "ipped acrt. voter puts a one. tw<
mine to tha all three against the candldate*i
mi gave them name for hfi
was simple "U an extremely tarelul going- th""d choice. Thu
(l,r over. Eveo* item of jewellery uie would probably put
our murdered brathran." They woman ware taking wiih them Liberal 2. Conservative j
shouted nd to be checked against lists. If, when the Ant pn
lit Nehru, made out in untej there U no majority
hadarri. '"}Vl1 by the Cu"-ene> Control.
. kno.-k
out the candidate with tha
.
of his sup-
Ktd them to thj
I
would i*e certain to pi
il majority.
tne than the
by our Brii.
-tern.
lit- I IIISl4-I ...
nji 1 lind on
to Enxland is a letter Hum Erwu.
I M !d ihinjf was that the
. con-
-i -dl their butinaw In Ing-
wara just gal- lisn- ll sounded most intriguing:
right One nose ring gold and pfail
mood. Bu*- noae ring has
D is not pearl
t with p< .til ."
*** ai aiiimc t
in India, Pandit ** iixing and Govnramant
to G vernmant bulk buying is
likely to lead to a fan
A Ian lamb In Bi
I
: Aus-
,. .. I mutton with his Austra- Mueller, o| Dortmund, C!.
I colleague, they did Rcmemoer Krwm' He was the
Hi '.:.! wool. Qtvman dismantler who, relyinj.
Wool has been shooting uo to on 'Mm protection of Bimsi
"Wall Qanaral nunop and tba British
It Australian sheep farmers Military Government, took nil
..'.molt alt changing over to men last July to
I \\\. not the breeding sheep for wool rather paraffin works in Dortmund be-
target." than for meal, longli.g to the Hoesch concern
The effects of this. I am told. He was beaten up by an Ofganlaa
i.ed me. "They are Will make Ihamwlag felt soon mob.
indmg mat Bi llonlili- He** Ringleaders of the mob, who
Mai assets In India should ne#*" [iWr ai>pQarQli before I
. fund li you suffer from hay fever, as Military Government Tribunal
i do, to not fly across the world, were sentenced to almost nomi.'.n
. i. For I have only sue- terms of imprisonment ErwbV
with
Ittle 1
N .. da pilot u( i
- i>s plane
. Calcutta to Kanguuii lost in Australia
wore a huge I. A P have the system of
caadad "i ensuring that I shall fate is just what I expected it tt
DtVac twiceonce in the be.
ilian sununer and again "... I am being boycotted b.
IB the British summer. all German authorities
' *, fitttwaWa. forcetl to dismiss most u.
wet -v.nniL. my workmen. I shall be forcev
One reason why the fccallsti to give notice to tiu
:hji thaj workers any day now. I don't
I w what to do after that
! ' *>I out there That is what comes of relying
1 showed Impatience be- W.tn prefeie.uial vo.'ing a min- on British protecUon in Germany
... had to icturn to Calcutta ority group, like the A L.E.8.
si
can motunsts | itartl even in tem-
peratures as low as 25 below zero.
It is standard equipment for many makes
of tractors, buses, and lurries, and now, with
il an adapter costing 5. it has been
ivailabla to car drivers,
capsule contains a teaspoonful of
"Chevron itarter fluid" a combination of
ethyl and ether, plus petroleum products.
Capsules, wrapped like toffees, are sold in
r storage.
HOW IT WOKKS
Priming system employed on private cars
i plunger, reservoir and primer
ed on the daghboard. The restcoiled
copper wire and injection nozzle are undei
i attached to the intake manifold
induction system.
On a wintry day a driver slips a capsule
into tih i i and presses the plunger.
This releasea the fluid, which is forced
through an atomising nozzle.
The secret of the fluid lies In its ve-y high
e qualities.
Supplies of capsules are available for ex-
port to Britain if it is possible to ^*et import
BULDING BOOM
NEW YORK is In the midst of a great
building boom, with at least 20 new sky-
scrapers going u|>. all in the mid-Manhattan
section known as the Grand Central Zone.
None of the new buildings will rival in
height the 102-floor 1,250-ft. Empire Stale
is the Uno Secretariat building, with
A new 25-floor office building will have un-
derground space for 600 cars a novelty for
New York.L.L.S.
There Is An E*gjy Way To Stop Dangerous Driving

ng" in to-dj
i

Kick


.

then bumpiXI
1 say on

Lt go: l

JTIQW In/- limit}

I
tt day innab

anybody eUe. llu'. I
"'I !' i fudging from
oltn wrote in
Sunday. 1 ant
tat ha Baabi that
pn by
tand and offer him success.
mt Smith apparantij uiu to
'tiat most negroes regard
'-> being Inn
Igt, Ihc
ago when impressions mould
taught the
M

aaaoy
made

to his
capabilities, hu rightful place.
I it might be well :
i drink uieii
from cups or glasses, thus hi
no denying that that is a mattei
of personal choice In this M-.
Smith has mistaken the letter for
the law. Guide the young negro
Mong the paths of higher thlnkin*
and all these incidentals would
be added.
A child cannot be taught cul-
ture and the appreciation of beau-
ty. Such come from within
many of us walk to and fr
without as much as noticing the
bloom in a m
joyful whistle of
raaa aspirauoi.
what he is o
LOUIS R (V
i // W Buv
lor, mr Adv
Mjme recent
Great Britain a manuf;.
whose name Is .lication to offc
to a Canadian publisiu the Canadii..
day* ago we passed f<>. In order to obtain mar
I \\ doll

October Issue of a Can... liaa going to sell them.
zlne and we An
two 1/6 pajie insertions mall, from anothc
due to devaluation of tn< o a solio
t tha rate of Cl! rttatag together wit
-
as we pay for Canadian buyer to
a similar IngUsh publl
: I
feel we cannot in currenc>
inn during tish prlci
tive to C.inadia
mpt us I
.
run of the mat'-
"-'< problen.
<
but Britai.
buy.
HEADER
' ' *ted with a Bom-de-p.nme but un
he Editor's drsk eh wrea. and reader-
w ' the naaaaalt) for the writer', name to
be known to the Editor, not for imbUr-tinn, but aa at) tamr-
anr of good faith.
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order to-day from
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-IHSPAY. MARCH 3
<>. ili:,ii
BARBADOS \DVOCATE
PAGE nVE
Chauffeur Charged
V^ith Manslaughter
Assize Case Resumes Toda y
CHARLES LASHLEY, 30-year-old chauffeur of v.
T-nd. Christ Church, : manslaughter ves-
JiHlav as the March ItU liana s, -__
Grand Sessions
Uiston between a lorry drive, '
by the accused and a *bu
y Honald Thompson
lent Augusla Bourne, h
1 btl hie.
The arident oc urrrd on ike
mornins or Sept. -9 last ytu
Till before 3 *.m. a,^^
" on* ' party of about ?>
hawker* whom lh-
truck wa brinclng to ihr Oft
in Catty-
more, cnief Ju.-1..
jver the Court. L
ifiended by Mr. J. E. f. Brancker
ease for the Crown is
'- 1 '-' Died 09 Hi n n
.> Solicitor I
Hearing of the case continues
The Story
The Prosecution's first witness,
Edward Bourne of Silver Sands.
ba was the father of
ilourne. He last saw her
on September 29 at the General
Hospital She was living. Half
an hour later he heard that she
was dead. He identified the body
rd. Bourne said that his
daughter was a hawker and was
bom In 1898.
Poor Brakes
Mr. A. Famum, inspector of
vehicles, said that 00 S
29 he was called at Maxwell
Hoad at about 7.50 a.m. He saw a
I lurry on4&a road. The
1 (acini the City and
direction.
He examined the bus and lounu
the rifht iront fender and cage
damaged and the
bnokon. Debris was scattered
around the 'bus. He tested the
vhMi chair twice a day/ after l'r^cs of the'bu. and found them
breakfast and lunch. He said thai ,in Pr condiuon.
the -ood although prepared in
diBerent way is quite tasty.
terday
George Harvey
Charged WiiH
Murder
GEORUt: HAatVKl
was charged baft re 1.....
fip Mr. H. A. Talma
... of Heumai
f/esuiuiy Koad >
m^t April 5.
" nunte was stabbed in
"i > P.m. on
Itootuj and war admitted to the
UMie.-i ri '"' '"fc"'
Wi died about 23 ajn. Uie foi-
leving morning.
-| AM FEELING
1 gratelul to the persons and
tat Navy League who have sent
me books, magazines and (lowers
to cheer me up."
Those won'-'' were spoken by
London llrcman Francis Ellas
(Jack) Neighbour who is boapltal-
ucd here after an operation was
performed on his right foot when
a flUed oil drum roiled over it
while he was on the Anglo Saxon
oil tanker Thelidoeius".
jack was taken up to
gery on Tuesday for another
(jmnnf. and inspection to his foot
Hi saia that he was told that there*
are no signs of gangrene and the
healing is quite satisfactory. A
ikUi grafting may soon be at-
tempted.
There are five vaaef in Jacks
room and they are oil filled with
beautiful flowi n Jack
letter from his mother over the
week-end and has written to many
of his friends m the U.K.
He ta ..jw moving amund on a
THarT OF STt*DE\ Be laricuttura come to study Bar-
badian mcthn.. gfc M, Director of Agriculture (sixth
from left) ahoci :day __________
it the lorry an .
eggs were scattered about.
Te Mr. Rraacker:
brake marks of the loci:
road. I did not see an]
shells near the 'bus
Bu> Conductor
Ebasoi IrUBi
ductor of the General Motor Bus
Co. said that on Septer-
was the conductor on motor 'bus
M-361. The bus left Bridgetown
for Silver Sands at 4.45 a m.
Along Maxwell Road hi
light of a vehicle apprc 1
the left side of the 'bus.
The driver of the 'bus -topped
and he suddenl.
swerve to the rig
road. Shortly ;,::_
(rash .uid tftei
cnmpartmeri torn down. He the early
ba served
right Mdo to .see what had
:nned the lorry.
He found the front pan of in*
platform '.csted the
braJoM of the lorry and founu
them in bad condition.
He said that he carried out a
road test of the 'bus and at a
speed of 20 miles an hour on
application of brakes, the bus
travelled 31 feet before stopping
Ho pointed out that if the bruko
wen ;i i'ood condition. .,1 M
Ida wouio
>l>ed within 19 feet.
He also carried cut a road test
of the lorry. At 20 miles an hour
on application of brakes, the lor-
retted i-9 fee: 11 loeha
before stopping. He investigate^
a -FINE OF 30/- to be paid in
A 14 days or in default one
month's topritonmarit was im-
posed on Charles Squires of Mason
Hall Street and Seibei t Cadogan of
Slavs Hock by His Woi
H. A. Talma yet''
They were found guilty of steal-
ing a quantity of sugar valued at
lOyfi the property of M. L. Harri-
son of Fontabelle.
The olfente was committed on
March 28.
FOR HIDING the motor cycle
P-295 on btation liiil Ho-v.
without duo can
uon lor persons using the aama
road on December itt, Josepn and found out that the maste
of Bushy nder, which holds the flui-
Philip, was lined 20/- and 1/- for the brakes, was not buUdin
costs in 14 fiayi tu m od the brake shoe
Bt by His WOT! b
H. A. Tauna yeltiua\. I Cpl Bralhwaile. Police Pho-
1 tosrapher, next described th*
WINSTON BOWEN of Black picture* he had taken of the
Hock, was lined 15-- ba u collision to the Jury,
days or in default one month s im- 1
pnsonmen; b> The Doctor
H. A. Talma yestertUj
indecent language on black Hock. > public highway on March 28 a m on
pLIFFOKO III! KS .
Vi ed at the General tl
Monday when he fell from a lorry
. > iimei HaU Plant-
auon. St. Andrew.
The lorry was being driven to
Bridgetown laden with bags of
sugar wnJ I
tarpaulin. The tarpaulin
Hicks fell to -i 1
while the lorry was moving.
I EON J(M B
Church wai admitJ
dttained at the
aaTuesd j ivhich h
*u cutting fell and broke his
foot about 3.30 p.m.
A DOUBLE KUOI I.I)
shingle house owned by John
Branch of Horse Hill was com-
Piettiy oectroyed by lire yestcr-
M>' about 12.1.'. a.m. The house
"insured and the origin
unknown.
THKII. Q| UtTEM Of 0 trash
field was bum! bg
Wirleigh plantation, St. Peter on
raaaday,
New Head
For Cable &
\\ ireles8 Ltd.
evn appointed
Managing
Mr. John
Innes. C !(.. who ratine from that
post on March 31.
Ma; 01 -General Leslie Burton-
. noils, aged 54. retired
Federation
Necessary
TWO members of
etarday told U
cate" that they considered th-?
'. Indies a
most necessary thin*, but that
. ultiea to
be overcome before it become a
reality
er said that the fed-
^om'iureetor Lra,1 i**-uP scl out ln ,h*
hrdtad in, \, a *d
i Since then he has 1 ""* Within hii opinion the grea.-
raal and
nri the West
1 ;:-.,' nitai
ing the Seconn
pened and saw the damage to the
'bus.
He later dtaO
light he had seen wt
a truck. It had stopped further
down on the left side of the
road. He went towards the
id took the number.
He said fiiat the lights of both
vehicles wire still switched on
' was dark. The 'bus
was making the first trip to Silver
.
: eople In the road.
To Mr Rranrkrr: In
before the
travelling at about 20
an hour. The 'bus stopptxt abou'
two seconds before the Impact
After the accident nothing wa*
emoved until the Police arrived
The light of the vetald
bog was coming at abou
the same speed as the 'bus wa'
ravelling.
To 11U Honour: The
Mehts.
A Stalenient
PC :iT6 Wilkinson of
1 Station. saJ '
about 11.10 a.m. on Si
29, Charl' UM to the
Station and said ...
a statement. He

had collided with the
the platform
eat difficulty to Ik*
I the iMVltal
daring of some of thi-
burdens of the smaller colonies
by the bigger ones If tht
was |0 bO workable OtH
ngs to bear in mmd would W
ly to Field-Marshal Alexander In 1 the exchange of civil servants
the Middle East; Field Marshal between the various colonies
Wilson an in That being so it stood to reason
North Africa and to Field-Marsh..
reasonably good pay In a big
mild not be prepared to
to become an Honorary Graduate
Signal School Fon lion-
.lively small one
in a small and poor colony, if
** -

solution
I
benefit to the West Indies. Thi
would !>** a treat step toward*
od without
.bilitv ol
the color. 1 a nothing
He felt with \v
rolonies so far apart, there woul<"
be great difficulty in reochim
their ol.
10 \^ ill Study
Barbados
Agriculture
Mr. C. Lynn. Acting Professor
of Agriculture at Trim.'.
.ege of Tropical Agi.-
culturv. and Mr. Humphrey Web).
Senior Lecturer at the Collet c
arrived from Trinidad yesterday
by B.W.I.A. accompanied by aftgQI
students who are training to be
Agricultural Officers in the Colo-
nial Agriculture Service
They are at the Imperial Col-
lege on one year's post graduate
course ana they are in Barbados
lor about ten days on 1 "Study
Tour", to learn about agricultural
methods here.
at at the airport
by Mr. C. C. Skeete. Director'
of Agriculture and other mem-
bers of Uie Department of Agri-
culture's surr.
The names of the students are.
F. J. Carver. P. L. Hotchin. A. S
Mac Donald. J. H. Mubum S S
Parker and R. E. Rowc, who are
from the Colonial Office Gen-
eral Agriculture in the U.K..
(i K lii-ham from New iniinci
and S. EL K. Herring who is from
ranad*
They arc all staying at the
Hastings Hotel.
CROP MAY LAST
UNTIL JUNE
-r's sugar crop wlucn
started late Janu.n j Mpacted

Palght last until Mag or early June,
the Advocate" learnt from the
Agricultural IV1
day.
At present than ua -'* rtcuui 1
pan factories producing sugar. 11
small plants making far
es and one small plant makins
miucovado sugar. The latest offi-
cial estimate with regard 10 the
n of sugar is 140.000 ton-*
up to the end of ftbrueJrv,
Apart from 00a
downs, the fac.vnes are running
satisfactorily
There's a lot of BEEF
in a little
BOVRIL
h
Maj Oea
\|< lllll.l.s
:'

He wa!
Sugar Leaves
For London
About 2.350 tons ol Hlltf anil
quantity of tw '*
l(| Rround Kri'l.iy evtnliil
J:\,; TiipH"
(4.411. ton 1 '.Jon.
/ m por*. a'
daybrrak lesterday to bl
inK of thi- caiflo. Mesani. Uf
Cctlt Co Lid. arc the \f II
1 U it WlUdn

II back lo hull
tcmeiil !<> Um
In this
hat thi' 'l'j> nu
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court .,1 (.r.ntl Section, j!
100 4.,,,
Mrrliiu or Christ I hurc h
Vctry at 2.0 p.m.
Alhl.11, SporU at Quern'..
lollcic at 2.00 p.m.
'Mlball. Kcii.ini.n.11 at 5.00
Pan.
Mobile ( inrma. M Auaua-
Unc'l R,, >,hool !--
"re. St. Gcorir at 7.30
m
pilal.
ioy he pcrlorm-
. paat niortcm eximlMttOn on
pltal. Bdward Bourm idcntmcd
the body. .
. i that In his opinion
Aunusla Ilourne was about 50
aead lor
about 4) hours. The body was
well nou.. '-' told "}e
.he various .
discoveii*'! .. .^ i
I '"' '"
bil ophllOB "ouriie died from
i haemmorhase lo ow-
-kul1-
other multiple
ML.-iiremcnW
I Gill said that on Sep-
tember 29 at about Mi
went to Maxwell Boa,i
With him l'.C. Sarjeanl 1U MV
two motor vehicles drawn up on
the road. .
He took measurements in ine
.,ver ollhelor-
"' ,.^
m of the dn>
Id Thompson
ed the posuons
cles lo the Court, arid
pointed out mat the lorry w
ld with se.U to anjP^"
,,, pool of blood
under the right rear "'
fast rote
with the lorr.v which had rsscn-
gers on the platform.
A iL-lurinaM
Oliilmir*
Sir John HuImhi
Irl-
low of OdOlli INK Mattel occurred last mtht
John llutson. Kt.. O H F... I
inded in action
F.C. l'dot in
Omni ^i< bhrIIi MMi'd uir
Wrst Indies early in IMS aud
toured Hie ..rea an.jioit.nled
by A. G. 1.. Ituuiila-. I.sq.,
Im lalwaal tttUUSOt'i i"l "l'1
r.un Head llllne. Ini-
. | niilrnines were held
with l.uvenimrnl Administra-
i || .muI of the
larier island, the General waa
uai il.-d to .tddrrss lo. >1 ( luin-
i ( iimmerrr on the
I .nnu.i.v I l". I<- >
David Callendar. a
that on September 20
the 4 45 ua. '!>
nade to go to Oistlns. About live
. boarded the
he got near Maxwell i
'
The ln sa-denl) .anw lo a
standstill. When he looked up
, v. the driver. ,... ,,..- L. "Xlior"
his rompartment lie al..i mi.-m ,1
is acting
111. over lo the lelt. He saw peoW* I ....
on the other vehicle and lhaa
heard a eraah.
He got out of :i
pval___ILi.a .tsjl *lfit
, lifelong raOM
.lit ol elephantiasis and
.suit that it has
the damage, m^ "bUJ dad

l
y
H*
,,. hi Bnaekei
Inf but r>
When the iBOKl 00
bu. wai not moving Up lo UM
time II'-
..thing from UV
A Paanisr
Kenneth Walcott. a Chauffeur
aid that .ai September 20 he was
oa page I

NO ELECTRICITY CUTS
hag inlorn
fr during the day on
Tuesday, there were no cuts at
(he niter uuon there
r . out break-
ian> but thu ha*
alu) Iwen den
VI). BA. II H. C M I) IMI
mca i.itiif Bai Pirn
I Bl
i Um lata
i i if whom
held distinguished [icsitions in the
Empire H
hmthei Sir A llutson was a Colo-I
ill othai
i Antigua
und Archbishop of the W<
diea for some '
- educated at bodge
School. Codnngton College and
proceeded to Itiinbuigh ubivars-
bM, He
returned to Barbados in 1H8S and
t the Barbados
General Hospital.
trad a* Public Health In-
spector and Poor Law
.,i;.! whan tho OAm -it chief Mad-
leal Officer was created, ha BCtad
in that capacity for son
He was appointed a member of
latrva Council in 1M0
and served a* a membei "I M
iOd for some
...
anted Barbados at the
Of Mi Ma.'
mttl be resigm-d
OS the Ix^gUlallve
Council, he was Chairman of the
v Empire Parlia-
Associatlon.
He was twice married and
widow, Lady n
nipathy will be
We havi less] i
Baauttful iasortrnetrt <>f
LEATHER
NOVELTIES
Bud Painted)
With the Crest of the
INIVF.KSITV 1(11 ..
II INDIES
and .ilso with the Cm
HARBADOS
I nto to
that friend abroad
or at I.
HANDBAG PURSE
IKK IK MAKKKIt
POCKET KNIR in cage)
SHOPPING PUHSE
KEY ask
LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK
SHOPPING LIST ^^
HAIIt Ojupg
POCKET MANKUHE
JIPP PURSE t2 kinds)
STAINIXM KNira In case
i"OMII (In cate)
SHOE HORN (in cae)
SEWING SET
[RAY PURSE (I kinds)
FOLDING: ItL'LE
,SE
MANICURE SIT
HATCH BOX ('OVER
i ARD cask
MAGNiriER lin eaae)
COMB I NAIL Kll.K
TOBACCO POUCH (ZIPP)
asc)
POCKET WALLET
CIGARETTE CASE
BPP .lAl.l.Krs (with the
Map of Barbados.
Uhgsj IVindom
BRUCE WEATHEIlllllll
LTD.
Head of Broad Klrrel
Bovnl Is the toncmrrattd goodness of beet, sod you only need
link Borril to give your meat dishes lot of flavour. ..
a lot of tppctising tastiness Your family will ctnoy Borci
dishes sod you will rnioy making them because they are sera
toplease. Alwayi bSTe Boni >n the house, aind dnnkh daily.
* Remember BOVRIL makes excellent
sandwiches, and improves all dishe*. ,
EPHEDROL
quickly relieves
COLDS and
CATARRH
It .Icars the nasal pas-
nsaai t> rrmiui' stutfiin**.
and the dteresuriM con-
ditions of heed I olds and
catarrh. ITif pataiM nasal
application bottle i- Innnltaly better than spray
or dropper, snd can be carried onvcnientl\ in
handbag or pOCatCl "iihout tear of leakage.
D I ivcrpool. Englsnd
Obtainable from >i! lrug Stores;
KNU.IITS LTD.. AGENTS A IIISTKIBITURS.
I
THIS CHAP LOOKS
PLEASED WITH LIFE
HE SMOKES
"DOBIES"
FOUR-SQUARE PIPE
TOBACCO.
i
Try thvHv fi,r yt,ur cushions, mri and curtain*
LION CREST PRINTED CASEMENT 45 In -.d. p.. ,d 99c. & 11.00
LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT m ,d. p.. yd_.~ ji.or,
klue, l.ose. Green. Ma toon and Chaiuy !,, """"
FOLK WEAVE < w,de par yd_______________________ .$1.26
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
CHECK UP!!
YOL MAY III Ol llll -mil OF
llll SI ITKMS
VALOR STOVES3 Burner*
\ \I.OK STOVI SPrcuure tvpe
ni.ow TORCHES
I l.i I I KIC VUl.CANISKKS (STENOR)
I I I I IICIC HOT PLATBS
(Single and Double Burner.)
ELECTRIC FOOD WABMEB8
READING LAMPS
OAStDI s llii'.l
AUTO PL'MPSIliind .ind Fool
ALTO TROLBI.E LAMPS
\~ni skis ton i'j"
COTTON WASH.
( VI II: I VHIS und TUBES
M CRSSOBUS
BICVCLI:S-ll,,|es and Plulli,,,
HILLSIDE PLOVGH8
ICOIIIIM TIIO.M I ia.
COURTESY GARAGE
DIAL 4391


PAOC MX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
rm
AcH
VIABLE
docvmm
TO
BRITISH
f^ARlBBEw
LANDING
CLOSER
ASSOCJATION
COMMITTEE
194*49
RIP KIRBY
I-------P7
Tfc. T~ OOOB*N TO f se i*hi *- -^^^^^f Vvi->'V!
< revm Of nt vi urn ill
< REAM OF WHEAT. Small lOi
oravM 4i?
Ql AKKK 0 IT! .n liiu 18c
MORTON S i.K'M Mi
OATMlAI 4u,
MOIilllVs PI VKI BARLEY 51.
WEETABIX Lartr $4,
l'l VB1X (MAKER MIFFETS J7,
QI ARER CORN" FLAKES JJt
POSTS CORN M.v.i i! ytc
Pt FFED WHEAT 1PARK1KS llr
l-nnf, Fiwli
KEO UUMMH, L.ri J5,
RMI SALMON Small i-,.
PINK SALMON Urif n,
FINK SALMON Small Jg,
HERRINOS , lom.lo lam H.

MEAT III 1MU I Mi:.\|
Friday A SiilurJa>
PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF All BEST VEAL. Le9s, Chop.
BEST LAMB. Ugs, chops
LIVER, TRIPE, RABBITS
CHICKENS, DUCKS, Mi fed


,\ncirr*".n.
,-n,Y MAiieil* :'.... 1950
CLASSIFIED ADS
BARBADOS ADVIKWTF.
PAGE SCTEN
,. redder*.
1st-'
&*"_ 11? fun*"' --1'1 "*;
H HIM

sainner. Phone *om
19334.
Chauffeur Charged
W itli Manslaughter
i
MC-OHIAM

..ii in,,.
M-JM rr or ! .flTTi m '
________________ 3 "" >-
. sstl:
;>n"vk >' i?7 "">
In I'arlMc K.i

r M**

* SALB
pr-T^!MV In good condition.
An* M^ MlM-tln.
***rr Don** Oir SuitabU
C**'-JSTv v" '" rV*-up
omri:-wrhiii st nei - - ,"
jgS S-':,,';,- -v. .
___________________________ Ml M- 2.,
cHuwmn, umwta co Th-r*
x-dnmna. fully furnlahed a.,i .i,.. [,
Beard. Hardwood Alloy Phone ***, V
3n M 3 ;*_tp

****^h**m Cylinder. 14 11 P
"t^SiAU. veering whrt. hxrt-
^STful to :ugr-a twnpart-
^IvllW mile* <"* *IW
- ">0 s.'rr.i
j*C lAPiOORAM-Wilh Autoiiia-
*i-rt Cnanger m rxcnilrnl rondl-
. At Ralph Beard* Auction
L. ^iwc< Alley. Phone 4SS3.
Thor Cloth*" Wi.il.Ing
i7v*1W Pr CtoUiM A Dlw Waal".
u-^irM We have found be*l afle
a. mi uvd asoroad Some of the .irl'
R^iMHlki a yr .*
SSacwcnucAi^co^^
pnwcui
IrrtU-ODe Germ Three *""?*
_**, m pertel condll*on H*mUle
EL. A|r to McCurtnry l*^vi
i^_ii t\ib# BOA. Floor Modal
ETrWiap* BocinMW. Britton* Hill
ifcyi TPT further ltvlormlIon
Wt^iTFO
- sHnoCropnrr. Hour* 30 to t SW>
WMWMI M In* gflM, m i v
TUTOR to tMch two rhlldrvn j,m-
10 Wrtto IUCK90M. P^^n ^i '*
UacU. bictoilnc Photograph
.___________________ Ml.W-fc.
LMMEprA-Ha,Y Ql cuok 7
Hou* Pmrlour UMd to SO vmr. old
""! ^ ^V rtorr ana h*%* .
movners. Apply 7 to 1, . e
^U Pbt i Codnaetor. llili TWpnor
**** 30SK.-:,
MISCELLANEOUS
COAT On* Warm Coal to Bt chl!-
flthleen month* Banwood 2ITJ.
W.l SO,v
Wanted to Buy
JOLVEH.V GOOD WORK (or ir-jl
1 ?!S"!,, rr4u'- *" ,or Hoiawhol
DM JO 3
STAMP?-A11 kinds ol Uted PMia|
Stamp* at liune- W**t Indira SUutid C-
Bay *rrrt. nr:dp-town. B IHrfti |1
._______________jo j so* 3n
IMWI II M I III -
uc
INT.
aa Slnxrr Treadle >
condition. Rnatwofiri T "'
3 3n
n
iHJLTV-PvJre brad Plymouth Roc-
din old pho"e two
2M 3.5-3n
0CELLANEOUS
I-A'U.TITS Wtuch will dr
mi can be i>otatnrd from
on A Oo. You can art
It various colour* I
and other nupriaea I^ok
nuckinf nrn and Ihr little
ia (h* rajr. nr .iltr* the
taon* Toy Drpl h lham.
10 3 St~-*n
IDItA A :-D ' Sin' HmedKUnr On *) at
fato Arthur & Co. Ltd. lll|h St
M |,H .in
DTK TIKES (. x M19 ply.
HM nVK. Iji! uppiiituiiitv .it 'In.
fc Daar> Gjrafe Ud Phnnr HIS
.3 M- Bn
aLVAMSEO ?1PE. HEUE' ltolf-...C>
T*o..vft mivimtrd wpe. 28c to tl Ot
*M A BARNES ft, CO LTD
25.3 SB I ( n
I PIPES A P1TINOS. Hlie
:>.. Ilk, 2; 2',. 3. A 4 fnen
i Tn* Co., Trafnttar St
It 3 SO l f.n
PLVANISB SHEETS In 34 and V
* ML, t. im. Bit mid Bit. Irntnhi
MH itral pla'.ra 1 lit. 1 8 '..
aM 11 In varlou- !" Enqultr
* Tyrt Compiiiy, Ti-fi,-- Irr*
1 3 50t l.n
".25 "*'ll>r *rnd by obtolnuif ordai
for private ChrUtmaa Catat froi
our frtonda. No prrvloua nDfrieni
nrrrwary. Wnto today for beautiful fre
S*mpl* Book to BrtUln'* lwrrtt u..
I .lemon Publlahan: hlfheal commlaaio-
marveitom money maktni opportunii)
l Work*. Preaton. EntUano '
I1AKHADON CIVIL KKKVICC
AHHOCIATION
DIVISION in
All alibordlnate metnbert of the On\
rminrni 3er%-tce are aakft to note tha
there taiU be a. apectal meM.ret h.ld
thr Town Ifcll on Swturaav in April
i 30 p m. to which they axe ukrd t
tn*** a AOEMDA
l. A fanrrnl talk on ce
*ervor rr^auboriUriato i
2 SMaat a raenaotnar committee
A. B. LEWIS.
DtviMo .
IB I '1- IB,
NOTICE
on cast iron tank oil (if t *
iPHkuaaUiv 13M calLona (upacity. V
Ihkk Corf A, 00 I 11
2t 3 504'
S>> niCOROS YOU WANTED-
f_r her* and they"re keen
MtUri and Bint r*..rda, Rhuin-
c. lonundo Roaa, voca>|a by An
Ihtart, U11U Drothrn etc
ALL l-RRSOWS. VTR.MS AND COV
I'ANIGK rarr>-ntc < in Ihe City of Bridgetown and otr
peril of the pariah of Si Michael w
irquired under (he provlatoni of t^'
Vr-tnea Act 1*11 <1B1I-Si to mafcr '
written Itrtum of their overage N'e
l*roflt In arrordance will* "> Btoertlei
of the aaC '_. for the purpoae of Awi
ment Such peraorat. Firm* and Corr
PMiira not complying with the proviaHn
ot the anid Act Incur B penally DC
. All aurh prraona. firm* and Cmnpam'
;ire thrrrforr aahed to forward the
return* to the Aateeaor of tl
at the Parochial Bulldlnf*. C> amber Ian-
Street. BrldKetown. without u*lv. . ti.
Ihr Vmry may proceed with the
btumra*.
By Order,
O RF-nMAN-
Clark. St. Michael a VeeU?
-v IB
PIBLH SAIKS
Ltelfucuotu I will tell at Cable and
>ard. St Lawrence Oan. on
ftT^, ""' **b March, beainnlnc at
^J." "llection of Short Pine
Bt limber, *veral block none*,
I Pin* Tabka lulUble fm
_T 'm or making ichool
wt 10 ft long m a ft. wide
rapbaard 7x3; cha.r.. boxea, (Si
t*J Lawn Mowen. Mi
,l2 eel unk o**aaclty ISO
"tBti "",' <" i"W^t-
TERMS CASH
DARCV SCOTT.
"ii'iri n ;n,lructed to aril on tha
> WUtam H,., s,
"J ~ W, M.reK ., 1 o'clock.
ft;'*"" Mcc* COO.I.U 3
mIS l*m ""' ""
d'arcy scott.
*JUJi-te Aucuonocr.
PLestate
Iff<"t ,; .
*jra^">; covered with ulvih-
""- i^, H 1'"lclon. No
D AH( V *iCOTT.
,J ~)>< ir. I.nfc,
St "W "" >****
iSIS.1""' "~ '
iJrljcMillor. |, .
Archie Ckvke pr->nc
mia ir.
Bir"TS" ,h* *< > -
BVK* ~S?lf "1 CHA"
S IhT.."!" '" t.* n.o
Und
> ,
" MM CMrk"
L "Kiooed end nc^.
NOTICE
HARnAnOS.
IN THE AhtllKTANT CO I KT or
\rrnAi.
Re Workmen-- (V>mpen*atl Notice 1* hereby Ulnri thai Jam*
Hhrri* ot Cle^-edale Blae* Rock m th
narith of Saint Michael, employed r
Mr Norman D. Elln a* a qu*rr> labour
er wa* injured by falling tone* over
hanging the quarry in which he w-
working and died aa a. rwult of the mi
injurle* and that Cofltpenaauon h*
been paid Into Court.
All the Dependant* of the ahnre
..-ned .Uceaaed -re herehv*r*qu.red V
apnamr at the above-named Court or
Weo^eaday the Nh day of April IB*
at IB n clock a).m
:..t.-i Mi .!* ed IflnB '-'
T V (JIlJiES
Aa. Clerk A C A
ft wfr
n hso> ti
The public are herein warned again
glean credit to my wife IaW
JORDAN inee. Murrelli a* I do no* r-
myeeJf reepruvible for her or n*an
rla* contracting any debt or am* unlee* by a written order tunic*.
""signed a>Uim*BY I0PD
' St l"niliP
79 3 SBan
Pnklie Salea-Conld.

Owngra" Aanncution
' Tapti. 4,411 ion* -
f'orn Anturtw. Agan*"
II II in -
I M-i.-i iw-i.,- ,.., :.

Agent*- Srhoonar Owner*' AaaocUtlo.
a-h t-ynl E Smith
I apt Hut Mrm. from British Cuun.
Arr-aa- Sch 0mer AwU
- ..ueen. 44 torui . |
King, for sa Vincent, a..
HwnerB* Aaac^lallon
SHIPPING KCT2CE&
^ TlllTH WITH BARItAIXIS COAST STATION
u>- ^HrHi cVmL. """"" "* *' a,
SrUl!" ^"~"* "''l "HcoUh ",
*" Oc* BoUon
^ ^,
111.1.
.. Rr.- is
.;""."" Ilocee 9 s "
deiv S S Eeeo CVdrfT s S LUni
lorura-nod. S S. New LoiutoT^ri *>^ ?.B LU: ' AiraOi S
New orle^v s S*laa^t^u^ S^T g *W
s s
2T., s s s '
S Mylcen *>krAU^ Bfl
Irance S 9 Marrnrvac fl |
AJooa Pennant: 1 OteetMl
ea*rti#~"c~V"i il-", ,. *uwn-nI. SS Marlr
TMAI M S r.ron,: s
OiwaJLI^^
^-i.ATSSidLSDVBU-""-
cop G,.ru,: Fn, ?M
SSS "^l"1""-, '"' lucre. 1*.
-on SJDII
Uc DonUd Jorir, Mllb.,n, si,,
Wk Rorec Km: Rcen Mc ,v-
loidlh Morv Mc "ilkiiicti
Prom Dtenom.. ^^
I* 'I^Dor*^^-9^"^
M?T i^^"- *--?: " = Jon"
** P Wkknam: Man M WVkh-m
K. Agard: Mr* B. Inni**: Mr. C A
JJcDo-rni- \Iia* Marian: Ml*. E Outrapr
Mr R Erniage: Mr* OIr> McC.r-
Ihrs BOH Mary Weaion: Mtu J Field*:
Capt Jarnwe Stock*:
wj'ahturix by nwiAi,
For Ttirvldtd:
Mr* Man- (iili: Mr Vict-ir Oil): Mr
Oordon Johruton: Mr Ji.',
MUa Klan. Huniirie.
Francii Harm: Mr. lw
wAirrn Mr C! jt,,> l..v,(0n: O0|
Keith Stea-art- Mr *nitri: Mr Henr-
I-.rU: Mr.. I.ord- Mr- Bd
Mr*. Ben. H,
Mr* Louie Mullln: Mr* Jggii
"Kaipaki"
lirings Meat
1-.IHS Ot muttOB were
brought by !.- s s
which arrlvrd hero jn
Other Itcmi broughi by the same
i^o;it wtn box
* It, diums ol mix-
ed Ice cream, i |
;
The meat is consigned to
V Scot! \-
U*e ivniainlBI cargo is distributed
among several oil
"Geraldine"
lirings Wood
Eighty Bom ol iii-uood arnvtstl
rday Itoa iiritish Gui-
ana by the 87-ti I
ildme H.", which Is COO
Ihe Schooner Owner?*' Association.
The '"Geraldine H." made the
voyage in BWOth saiU
iDg. SKlj.ij.-ris of i'hwil!il: .ilin-i
m r
iUmt.
# from pge 5
.1 passenger of the 'bus M. 361
B
When the "bu.i
i ircAl Road,
I
n the right
mad. Tog)
^ii its left and proper side.
'his time the 'bus was at
till Tha lorry struck
: :he bus by the drtvifi
Bga. The lorry travelled little
rVety, along the rood l-oture
He heard people shout-'
ng After the collision the lights
of both v. nil burn-
kttac got on a bicycle
T Mr. Branrher: I ^aw i-vi-
I the inquest be-
ItCf Mr. It. A Talma. !
.ud thai one ol the
ad ettttfa of the
road.
on Scot! of I->dge Road.
Chri Church said thct cm Sep-
tember 29, last year he had
boarded .< tJ.ncral Bus by the
Royal Tlu-atrc. Worthing View
for home. On reaching Maxwell
Road and approaching a COTRW
- r sounded the horn and
went around the cornat rtf] m
two dim lights coming towards
them. Tht td, and in
short space of time he heard I
trail. When he saw the lights
Mr, Martha McCuikHHTh Mr wi < somo yards away.
l.'.'^'^irfen 12 A^%rra. M Wh*n ,h **" ^PP"1. '"^ Vttn
Mead: Mr* Mead: Mr* Soott on page X
(.imiiAiiiM \oinis
The Report on the Barbados General Hospital by Major T. J.
Hallinan. C.B.E. is on sale at the Colonial Secretary's Office at a cost
of forty-eight cents per copy.
30 3.50In.
>lliri'IN<. MASTEK.
UTOIMMI SI tlK I1AKIUH It AM)
HAKBAUOS
Applications art I tha ix>st of Harbour and Shipping
M.ls'.CT !..,ll .1,:.:
Applicants must be the holder of .. Mrtlflcata as Master of I
fuivign fpini :hip, or must !i;.\. ,t:.,ii,. .i thfl rank of Navigating
Lieutenant -r any bignar rank In His
The post is pensi annum.
Applications with copies of hould be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary. Public Buildings. Bridgetown, and should
reach him not later than the 30th of April. 1950.
30 3 502n
Attention is drawn to Uv D :>l of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Mean) < Amendment) Order, 1950 which
will be published in tht I Mth March. 1950.
2. Under Una Order the maximum ielai. of "Lydit
Pinkhams Compound" and Phillips Milk of Magnesia" are as fol-
lows:
MAXIMUM
RETAIL PRICE
-.hams Compound
Phillips Milk of Magnesia
UNIT OK SALE
Small si7.e bottle
Large
4 oz. bottle
12 oz. .,
1.70
38c.
82c.
30.3.5O-2n.
.Mention Is drawn to the Control of Pri. I (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950. No. 12 wlmh srUl bo published In the Official
>l Thursday. 301h March, 1950.
2. Under this Order the maximum arboll MaU selling
prices of "Beef-Corned" are as fQUoWl
LM A MM .Ml
LOST
IXKiT FlttiM vn nl-SlDENCE on
itourday Oir IBth Man 1BO0. on* Rook
- ii -i. aarBBtal *e i b I ta k."
IU0J3 to IBSM. 1MB
bun Road 3SB~ In
Croupy
Coughs
Quickly rclievr toughing spaurta.
loosen deep phlegm and clear
congested aU'pasugr* with tooUv
mg. mrdtcinal'VaroRub Steam.-'
J uat melt some VapoRub in a bowl
of boilma f '
water and
i-n-tv-a-1-c.
WHOLESALE
1'RICE
ro than)
of 48 x 12 oz. tins
$4.42 per 12 tins
of 12 on
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
The Si !innner "Anita
accept Cargo and Paaarni
Qrenada. allma Saturday
TnerVhowier (..-rdenu. W

Trinidad eailing Saturday
April
Tha M V Daerwr"!
accept Cargo and Faaarnrcr*
Aruha. date of railing will
given
moviii >i m rra \i i v m *
I M .(> I 1M r 'Mill II
iM A N
40c. per 12 ot.
tin
^Tronn m, co
REAL ESTATE
gSSl^
EM ^ATo'
AT IB. c*. cl Ih. un*
"T'oev next Sid incUttl M i P "
.*!* compMluor,
, VSefBARBADO .1
ia -Mrc. AJ>l.Ano u
1. .|rc BARBA1XW *
'ssnjcc
.1 rMm WIKT INT11A JJ>
" CArUUNOTON RIAI
1AND- PMThee, ^ >'
suaet. BriraWtown _, r,-.
Th* abov* are 'he ^.^mlJ'Z'
A DELUXE TABLE MKHUX
. u I
3 Boiiing Bwrner* and 1 Oril
Burner lomptete with pan SB"
A UTILITY S1L\1W GPFY
Enamel Gaa Hulpiv-
InS Burner* l ol which M

pan m *
SUITINGS
r.n|U*h Trxlilr llouae have
\ ir.iiic* for Reliable Agrnls
U> ^rll t ul l^nglhi on C.O.U.
hgals. Good (ommtwJon
Apply Box D. 17
African A Colonial l'i- -
Agrno
.liird
- BnlSi.3 5S-aa.
a Red Lion square, London.
W.< I
IUrbaiIi.> Real Eslalr
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Applications an- Invltad fot apj>nitment to the Chair of Medicine
to take effect at a date as soon aft.i 1st May. 1950 us can be arranged.
The PwfOaaOt will lie Head of the Department of Medicine tod wdl
be responsible in his Department for the organisation of teaching which
is due to commence in October 1951. and for the development of re-
t.ii.n in this subject .lie vU] initially to assist In the
detailed planning and equipping of the Teaching Hospital, which it is
expected will open duiing 1951. The salary will be at a ilxed point
In the range 2.000 to t2..')00 DM annum. Provision Ii made for
superannuation contribution and child allowances are payable. Un-
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salary. Applications (two copies), giving full particulars of uualin-
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1950 by the Principal. University College of the West Indies. Mona, St.
Andrew. Jamaica. B.W.I.
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1950. at 2 00 p.m.
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Spartan Beats
Empire 3-2
SPARTAN defeated Empire threetwo in their Second
II the Par* yesterday evening
cored one in the first naif for Spa run and Ainsley
Gittens two in the second half McCollin scored I
penalty kick in the first hslf for Err. pi re and Wood scored
these* rial stages of the ^ame.
--------------------------------------------------- km .rr. *: th*
beginning Ai tr.e game
twrMiiued Spartan beran to press
M
-**. Morm
'lashed in to re-
reive a pass and scored a power-
'.fjm rtcae
range
FocAl Races
On Saturday
The Sixth Regatta of tne .9*0
Yachting Season wan be tefle*
on Saturday off th* Roy*. B-rr*-
tka Yacht Club
Steeling tames and handing*
are m follows
/. Gollop
Victrix
Ludorum
j i,

t vents at the Chria*. Chur-
Foiarvaattrr. School *
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In the 80 >'J raci
and th* i
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Chair,;
and th* nmnT up a/ai
spcare with *
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and J '
The Oki '-.
by Miss G. '
by MK-. D Agard and Mfca
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Prtaentation of tr,. trophies
was by Mr :.
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-iK xhf lead* i
.
i Might
The Princaaa fie io alaita

run
-tag**
G.H. Manning
Deff*ats /*. Homes
Mni' Smcle*

I i io-e
Mem' IHuk4eft
P K Roach and J L SI
lOW 6 t 2
Mixed l>4mM
Mrs. R S I P Mc
G Patterson beat Mr* A. A
(Jlbbons and C B Sisnett 6 4 8 3
TO-DAY'S FlXTlKI.'t
Meaa Sin Dr ft L
TRIMDAD
DEFEATS
B.G. 21
BWb*Pt*a Aptvont* CBfTWpBrtO
BRITISH GCIA>A March 29
Trinidad won the intercokmial
occer rubber today beating B G
21 in the fourth of ::ve Te*:
series at the GTC grounds.
dstreby recor-:r.g dstt
victory against B.G who has one
wffA one match to go.
Today's game was packed with
thrills and excitement. It was
witnessed by a large crowd in-
cluding TAJA Preside:-.: .
Com- C- Hayward who B
:^esda> to witness the las*.
Tests.
Trinidad scored twenty .nrrctfr1

B-G equaluea the BrM
of the second half when
Pssrson* the Trinidad right back
scored against his side in an at-
tempt io clear the aoal X
* ent over by Halley.
Trinidad scored tne
goal 10 minutes from the end.
Lewis taking the shot from close
range
The teams were as follows
TriBtSkftd
Garcia. Cnarlean. Joseph '.
Carr. w
B.G Lewi5. WlHlamor.. -
W.l'jr..
Halley Harris. Marks, Thomas
and De Souca.
Tna Hi test will be :
on Ptiaa-. 'By CaMt]
Cyclists
Classified
The Amateur Athletic Associa-
tion have ;ust man"
dassttcation I l-sts
CLAflE
H Stsmrt. L Ca
m L. Rd. 1 Joner B
..MEDIATE"
D Yarde. C Alle>-ne C H

roster, R Brat*

CLABf
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*. M.

D. Trotman.
# frern i-c* I
-1 the crsass, he got went to the ftrosu of the bus and
saw it had been dasnagasd on the
itajsf alii Ht BRsral towsrc* On
but rowed torch he saw a wnman
be platform
s -g ali -he tttaek Thf
iwgaW aw colliak-r
4nSnBBBB TjV
BtansSBtL ass eanaS not rer
K sjaat of the kstrr were on. He
>..-
.- the street He was still there
aen the poocc came.
Te Mr Brmncker: The bus cid
.. gsst aase eg the bus. The
Isgasts that he baa seen coming
towards raw naa had beeri corning
Bus Driver
. '
3i George a registered driver
said he had been driving a This
and had seen two lights cor
wards him. He stopped and shifted
his fa- -.longs-de the
dash board, .v OH "bus
was stationary. When he first saw
the lights they were about 30
yards away. They were on hu
side He heard a crash. When he
got out he saw that the right side
us had been djamafed. The
lad about 2:
the road. His ligr.'
rxen ( he collisiu.;.
He did not know whether the
:ghts had been burning
th collision
Alongside of the 'bus was
debris from the "b^ ..:.
Using behind :.
was a pool of blood a.
the
alre,.
cused star.';

-
.- see the woman
He had jammed home nil
To Mr Branckrr

for ba-
he truck *en' ni.rmai
ame positioi:
the police 'ame. 1
.
-ween the "ous and true-
iha peo-
I
I had not see
*
This
proaecttl

-day
The Defence
The defeme etft
Thomas Fitz Roy Harris, u
noe sal
.n bee
he looke-l through
he sa-..
near his gap

was a lorry lower doa
The h
tieard or..
Miss A Lrnagap an
Manning vs. Mrs. R, S. D
ateSJ psttsraor.
EXPERIMENT TN PAINT
AS ai
M.nger< in hot cBf
as of the fuselage
B O AC Argonaut a :r-
hniTs are beang painted
ted that by pa
the aircraft fcn thhs way iu <.-abi>
tuiei while it u on th'
ground at tropical airports wil'
be reduced by 12 to IS degrees
-lr E*#T*
oroken gUs
. d remained
'
-.ad been
sitting the right side of the
also on
."he lorry
(
Sasata
fore the -t>..
s heavy -ruling eaasassa] g
she i:
bus went along a


inc -ne and pfttmad an
wc*ad :ror
'--
bus Augusta Bour-

Ta lr. *e*ee:


Bees of arias;-
Tathe f'hirf Jasti.

seats on the platform.
Um A Cousra

iiness

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romed to

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proper
Opr
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DANCE
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AT THF HODBW Hrr.H SCHOOt STADaH
PW Wr.1 lodtan Ami'.cnr Cmw"**1
on M.nda. April Srd at t M1
Sclcclrd boxers lrovr hv planr nn Prid-. *
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CHAMPIONS CONT5^S|BsPt-l ,
1 Victor Lovell Urlngston BtS&JrTwIP*1
2 Ssni Kins "Sussr Ray "JS,.
3. Darnle> Bower, rUglsn Glrtens (W' |-r
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